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"Honor thy father and thy mother, that thy days may be long upon the land which 
the Lord thy God giveth /hec."— Kxonrs xx-li'. 



A PENDULOUS EDITION 



OF 



Kingsbury Genealogy, 



GATHERED BY 

REV. ADDISON KINGSBURY, D.D., 

MARIETTA, OHIO. 
Fortv Years Pastor of the Putnam Presbyterian Church, Zanesville, Ohio. 



Compiled bv 

JOSEPH ADDISON KINGSBURY, A.M. 



\ 

PITTSBURGH, PA. 



MURDOCH-KERB PRESS, 
PITTSBURGH. 

1901 



Jli- 



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%i an Ed't!on of One Hundred, 

Thb is iNo. .J^-:^ 



TABLE OF CONTENTS. 



Index, 

Of Kingshurys, Allied Families and Places. - Pages i to xKiii 

EXPLANATORY AND HISTORICAL, 5 

Heraldry and Annals, 6-9 

Faa\ily Record. 

First Generatiiin, 13-14 

Second Generation, 17- ig 

Third Generation. 23-27 

Fourth Generation, 31-38 

Fifth Generation, 41-57 

Sixth Generation, 61-85 

Seventh Generation, - - 89-135 

Eighth Generation, 139-175 

Ninth Generation, 179-193 

Tenth Generation, 197-200 

The Unconnected, 203-237 

Miscellany, 241-258 

Memoranda of "membra disjecta," including a little Directory. 



ILLUSTRATIONS. 



Frontispiece — Home Missionary Cluirches at Belpre and Warren, Ohio, 
Cliurch and Parsonage at Zane>ville, Oliio. 

Achievement of Arms that belong to Kingsbury, - - pages 6 and 7 

Autograph of Joseph (one of the original emigrants), face page - 12 

'"' and wife— (?) face page 48 

Monument at Soutli CoN'entry, Conn., face page - - - - 50 

Joseph" and wife Lois, between pages 76 .inJ 77 

The Homestead of John (built 1650), Newton, Mass., face page - 96 

Lieut. David Lansing, St. Paul, Minn., face page ... ,00 

My Father' and my Mother, between pages - • - 112 and 113 

Francis Homer, East Orange, N. J., face page ... - 141 

Old Homestead of Ebenezer, North Coventry, Conn., face page - 158 

Joseph Addison,* Pittsburgh, Pa. , between pages • • 160 and 161 

Prof. Samuel Shipman,'' Ph.D., Wichita, Kan., between pages 160 and 161 

Hon. Addison, South CoN-entry, Conn., face page ... 163 

Nellie's oldest son,'" Cleveland, Ohio, face page - - - - IQI 

Samuel David, Indianapolis, Ind., face page 212 

A Homestead in County Monaghan, Irel.uid, face page - - - 213 



ERRORS AND OMISSIONS. 



Page 31, Line 9, Sutton read Seatton. 

32, " 16, after married " 3 children, Josepli, Seth and Betsey- 
Betsey married Maynard Billings. 

Seatton. 

Oniindaga. 

Eleazer. 

See page 250. 

See page 251. 

Mary R. Hult. 

Sarali Emma. 

See page 251. 

1857. 

Wellingtnn. 

Abbie Agnes. 

See page 250. 

Willard. 

Memnon. 

Charles. 

descendants. 

Fairmiiunt. 

181, between lines 14 and 15, Guy Edson Transue, born February 25, 1861. 
219, Line 15, June 18 re.id June 8. 

251, Fur amended 207(4 See page 251. 

iJoubtless there are others. Will readers make note of any, aside 
from some intentional mis-spellings, and forward to 

The Compiler. 



41, ' 


" 2, Sutton 


71, 


" 30, Onondago 


78, 


" 3, Ebenezer 


79. 


" 28, 


79, ' 


" 30, 


94, ' 


' I, after married 


98, ' 


" 15, Jemima 


106, 


" 3', 


109, ' 


' 24, 1877 


110, ' 


' 19, Wellsington 


113, ' 


' 13, Abbie, Agnes 


120, 


For amended 20712 


129, ' 


' 32, William 


132, ' 


' 35, Solomon 


140, ' 


' 13, Chester ' 


152, ' 


' 37, descendents 


16., ' 


' 44, Fairmont 



A Table 

for the whole number of the 

Kingsburys 

and also m what leaf you 

may finde every of them. 



Paraphrase of old index. 1661. 



I 



INDEX OF KINGSBURYS. 

Aaron 32, ,?4. 105 Alfred 71. 76. ido. 107, 174. jj8, 2J9 

Aaron Field no. 165 Alfred H 228, Jjg (bis) 

Abbie S 154. 186 Algernon Sidney 174 

Abby S 12J Alice 77. 8,?. 115. i.u'. 147. 165, 235 

Abel Cliapin 120 Alice A 226 

Al>ial 4'i Alice Amelia 162. kjcj 

Abigail 24 (bis). 2(>. ,11, Alice E 145. 152 

i3 (bis), 34, 35 (bis). 42 (bisl. 45, 46, 47, Alice Eliza 169 

50. 51, 52. 57 (bis), 02. (x), 72. 74, 105, .Mice Maria gi 

118, 234. .Mice Marshall 68, 94 

Abigail B 232.233 Alice 173 

Abigail Jackson 42 .Alice Reynolds 172 

.-\bigail iNlartba 70 .Mice Terry 132, 174 

.\biiali 4f). 6g .Mien 82. 127 

.\bijah Hastings yy .Mlie L 182 

.\biiah Wilder 70. yS .Mina 233 

.Vbirani 213 ,\lnia Augusta 251,252 

Abner 45, 214 AIniaran B. | 

Absalom 49- 7S '"■ 7i. loi 

Mni.irine B.J 



Achsa 23 

.\da A 233 



-Mmira 42. 132 



Ada Estclle 8,. 139 -^I'li'ra I- •, 70 

Adaline M 214 Almira Miranda ^3^ 

Adams 7". 99 •^''""" '"7- 'S-' 



-Addison 77. 106, 113. 116. 



.Monzo 174 



i6i, 230, 242 (bis). ■ Alphcus R 224. 226 

Addison, Hon 163 Altana 105 

Adelaide 235 Alvin 77, 108. 115. 158 

Adelaide C 170 .Amanda M 104. 148 

.Adelaide F 184 Amariah 75, 108. 157 

Adelbert R 183. 197 Amaziali 234 

Adele Louise 121. 168 Amelia 54. 158 

.Adeline 1-'. 123. 224 -Amelia Clarissa 132 

.Adella D 151 Amelia Jo.scpbine 172 

.Agnes 189 .Amlierst 61. 89 

Agnes P 220 Amos 107. I53 

.Albert 70. 98, 106. -Amos Root 228 (bis) 

107. 152. 153. 154 (bis). 232. 233. 237. .Amy 31. 74. 105 

-Albert Benjamin 93. 140 (bis) .Amy or .Anna 85 

-Albert De.xtcr 95 Andrew 48, 74, 76. 107, 158. 213 

-Albert E 249 .\ndrc\v. Dr 105 

-Albert Eason 152 .\ndrew Backus 116. 162, 198 

-Albert Frederick 95 .\iidre\v Bates 106. 251 (bis) 

-Albert G 156, 187 .Andrew Dwiglit 156. 187 

-Albert Joseph 94, 140 .Andrew F. 155, 186 

.Albert L 229 .Andrew Lemuel 105. 151 (bis), 182 

.Albert M 180 .Angelica Patterson 160 

Alden N 228 .\ngeline E 214 (bis) 



IV INDEX. 

Ami 7^.74- 111) Bcllc JoS (ter). 2oq (quater) 

Ann Alniir.i y5 Benjamin .'5 (bis), 3.5 (bis), 

Ann I-',li/a 130 34 (bis), 4_'. 43. 44, 47, 61 (ter), 63, 66, 

Ann ICli/:ib(th 68 67, 72. 81, 90. 91, 92, 

Ann J.inniilc 71 Benjamin Barnes 43, 65, 9J 

Ami Maria 81, i-'7 Benjamin Cntler 148 

Ann Viola J25 Benjamin Ellis 80 

Anna 3.'. 49. 108. 156. 173. J13 Benjamin F 151. :8j 

Anna or .\niy 85 Benjamin Franklin 95 

Ann.i F.lizabelli 95 I'.enjaniin Freeman 92 

Anna Kressler 164 Benjamin White 68. 95 

.\nna .\1. C 90 Bertie .M jj^ 

-\nn.i (_)lmstead 78 Berton VV 2^5 

Anne 49, 51, 54. 58, 147 Bessie 227 

.Anne .Mandell 247 Bessie Elva 145 

-Anne S 229 Bethia :;_, 

■-\""'^' l^-4. i,U Betsey 44- 47. 7-'. 79. 81, 82. 

-\nnie .Amelia 172 83. 103, 104, 234. 

Annie Eli/a 175 Betsey Cutler 121. i68 

-Annie Emeline 145 Betsey Rae'hcl 89 

■'^nnic L 226 Betlie 165 

Annie Mande 92 Blanehe 222 (bis) 

Antoinette 155, 1S6 Blandtord W 



.Arclideae 



on. 



150 

242 Blodgett G 105. 150 

.Archilans 229 Bradford Elhelbert r49, 180 

.Ardon 74 Brayton Benjamin 139 

Aristns .Austin rji, 139 Buckley Steadiuan . 154 

Artemisia 85 B-rteMi 132, 173 

173- I9.i 

i,iJ 



Arthur j,5 Burton Leray. 

Arthur E 98 By 



rem. 



Ai-tliur J I -J. J27 Byren Francis 148 

-Nrthur I.illie 1(13, kji 

\nhur r'reslon 159 Caleb 24,61. 104 

.\ilhur Riehmond ,go Caleb Swan 104, 148 

.\rthur W ,66 Calista 107. 153 

.Arthur Welcome 215 Calvin 42. 62 

Asa ,V', ,',5.46. 4S. 40. 71.7? (b)s), Calvin J 224,226 

74 (bis), 75. 104 (bis), ic6 (bis), 182, 2^7. ^^'^■'" Ph'"'Ps 62 

JJ-. ' Calvin Wilder gi 

Asa. Dea 241 Candace 81 

.Asa, Hon ,29 Cnr! 227 

■Asenath 82. 128, 171, 222 Carlos 2,30 

A.senath Cornelia '. . . .' ,25 Carlos M 132, 183 

.Augusta 21' Carlos Oliver 197 

Augusta P \\ ,00 Carlton .A 187 

Augustus ,08, I5(>. 24; Caroline 4-'. 44- Si, 1 19, 124, 127, 

.Augustus Irvni.., '. , iy\ '7i. ^16, 220, 230, 2},2. 

.Augustus W,, ,-6, 186 Caroline .Augusta 249 

.Aurilla ' 154 Caroline E 224 

Austin 224 (bis) Caroline H 109 

Avena May ,86 Caroline M 249 

.Azubah ^ ' 24(1 Caroline Neal nS, 164 

Caroline Pickett ,,9 

P''"-'''^"'- 108 Caroline Urania 62 90 

J^"'°"P'"'^^ >>y. X'5 Carrie ,40, ,7,. ,8, 

^^■'" 7J. '-'I Carrie Blake ,43 



KINGSBURYS. 



Carrie Nancy I54 

Carrie Ray 1-- 

Casper Merrick. . 124 

Calhariiic 61 

Catherine 41. 45. 6' 

Callierine E 62 

Catherine Sawin 65 

Celestia C 251. 252 

Celia A 2^2 

Charles -|-'- ?-'. ()S this). 77, 

96 (his), 97. inf), 107. ii)S. ijd, 154. i.sO. 
165. 171, 224. 2^2. 2~,2. 

Charles A i.SS. 198 

Charles Andrew.. ..116. 1.^7 (1)is). 162, 187 

Charles Andrew. D.D.S 188 

Charles Artluir I44 

Charles Augustus. Rev ')(\ 142 

Charles B i()6. _m(.. J17 

Charles Brown 193 

Charles C 249 

Charles D 18/ 

Charles Denison 80. 122 

Charles E 9" (his I. i.Si. 235 

Charles Edward 164. 198 

Charles Edwin 2^$ (bis). 2,^6 

Charles Eldridge 9.!. 140 

Charles Eliis 80 

Charles Elmer 179. '97 

Charles F 182 

Charles Franklin 95- 141 

Charles Frederick 119 

Charles Gallup 14S 

Charles Goodwin i"0 

Charles H 18.?. 197 

Charles Henry 99 

Charles Homer 141 

Charles J 70, 181 

Charle;) Langdon 68. 94 

Charles Lewis I54 

Charles Lyman 120 (bis) 

Charles Meninon 1/5 

Charles N 150 

Charles P 156 

Charles P., Gen 119 

Charles R 198 

Charles Ransom I75. 19.? 

Cliarles Reynolds 13° 

Charles Seth 89 

Charles Stminer 172 

Charles W 6,?. 70. 105. 151 

Charles Willard 100 

Charles William I93 

Charlie Wight 162. 198 

Charlotte 213. 222 (bis), 2.?4 

Channcy Slile> 230 (bis) 

Chester 223 



Chester 1 97. 146 

Chester 'I'aylor, Rev 153- 184 

Chloe 46. .SO 

Christopher 71, ^-.^ 

Clara 189. 252 

Clara A 226 

Clara B 1.59 

Clara Elizabeth 9i 

Clara La Due 187 

Clarence 167. 198. 2-:,2 

Clarence Avery if* 

Clarence E -^^ 

Clarence Randolph 215 

Clarissa 69.81. 123. I.i3 

Claud B ■8-2 

Clement 2.V 

Clinton 252 

Clyde H 180 

Cora 14.?, 165 

Cora M '81 

Cornelia ''9 

Corydon 220 

Cynthia 4". 46. <Jo. 106. 232 

Cynthia A 104 

Cyrus 46. 47. 7". 72 (bis). 106. 248 

Cyrus Jndson 242 

■ Cyrus O 7o 

Cyrus Osborn 231 (bis) 

Daisy 212. 213 

Daniel 19- 26 (bis). ^2 (bis). 

34. .i6. 41. 42 Ibi-I. 46 (bis). 51 (bis). 52. 

.S7 (ler). 58. 08. 75. 79. 106. 2^-,. 

Daniel, Dea .?4 

Daniel B 188 

Daniel D 217 (bis) 

Daniel Perry 97. '43 

Daniel Steele 120. 166 

Darius 47. 7' 

David .^3. 35. 46. 61 (bis). 71. 248 

David Bishop i49. '79 

David Denmaii 7i 

David F 105 

David Lansing. Lieut 100 

Dean Shoudler 152 

Deborah 42 

Delia 119. 12S. 165 

Delia Florence '44 

Deliverance 50. 53. 55 

Delos Devine 251 

Denison .?6. 55. 84 

Dennis 216. 2.32 (bis) 

Desire 214 

De Witt 189 

Diana 107. IIO. 160. 2^2 

Dianlha 234, 2^^ 



vi INDEX. 

iJiH-tor 242 Eli Parker 69. 97 

Dully or Sarah 5,1. 54 Elias .y, 241 (bis) 

Donald Brown 140 Eliezcr 77 

Dora 182 Elijah 23. 24, 31 (ter), 53 

Dora Angelinc 179 Elinor 192 

Dorothy 56. 84 Eliiihalct 24.31 (bis). 48 

Dorothy Leavens 104. 147 Elisha 75. 108, 157 (bis). 228. 230, 

Duthan 73 234 (bis). 

Dwight 127. I7r Elisha. Major 107 

Dyer 153 Elisha .Austin 154, 186 



H 96 



Elisha GroNXT 119. 166 

Eliza 68 (bis). 77, 132 



'^'■'*"-''" 57 Eliza .Ann 95 

Ebcn M 226 



Ebenezer 9. 25. 31 (bis), x^ (bis), 



Eliza Lavinia 157, 189 

Eliza Ro.xana 80 



3S. 36 (bis). 4,S. .so (quater). 51. 34. 75. 76, £|jj,,| g jjg 



78, 79. no, 117. 160. 216. 24t. 242 
Eddie Miles 144 



Eliza VV 99 

Elizabeth 13. 18 (ter), 2;^. 26, 27 (bis). 



Edgar James ,30. 172 3, _„, ,3, 38.. 4,. 48 (bis). 53, 56, 57- 58, 

^0™ 140 70, 84. 92, 99. 106. 107. 120. 155. 167, 192, 

Edith Davies 169 22p, 234, 235. 

Edmund 224 Elizabeth Wright 130 173 

Edna A 211, 225. 227 Ella 167 

Edward 103, 140, 173, 186 Ella .\ 243 

Edward .A yS. 166 Ella Ann 174 

Edward .A.ppleton 144. 145 Ella E 217 

Edward .Augnstns 236 Ella J 159 

Edward Beecher 125 Ella L 228 

Edward Dwight 170, 192 Ella S 243 

Edward Fuller 164 Ella Sarah ..141 

Edward H 252 Ellen 118. 158 

Edward L 106 Ellen .Xngnsta 154 

Edward Leray 193.200 Ellen F 97, 144 

Edward Martin 93 Ellen L 226.248 

Edward Mather 71, loi Ellen Maria 89.95. KV) 

Edward Newell 68. 94 Ellen Scranton 164 

Edward P [87 Ellis ; 45 

Edward Payson 72.95. 118 (bis). 164 Ellis .'\bner 63 

Edward Reynolds ..48 Elmer C 248 

Edward Silas Uphani 95 Elmer D 227 

Edward Thorn 165 Elmina 107. 153 

Edwin 230 Elmira 14a 

Edwin Cyrus ^ 9g Elsie 45 

Eflwin J 222 (bis) Elsie May 199 

Edwin E 252 El wood E 225 

Edwin S 156 Emeline 77. 108. 115. 158 

Egbert Lucius 154 Emeline Chapman. . 118 

Elbridge 8q Emil 193 

Elbridge Emery 140 Eiuily 67. 158, 189. 232. 2M 

Eleazar.. or (zer) 9. 13. 18 (ter), 25. Emily B 188 

36. 51 (bis). 79 (bis). 108, 155, 216. 2X',. Emily Josephine 94 

Eleazar Bingham 157. 188 Emily Lord 131. 173 

Electa 77. ,10 Emily M ". . 156 

Electra ,84. 153 Emily Maria 130 

Lienor Irene 179. 197 Emily Rebecca 147 

Eli 220 Emily S 99 



KINGSBURYS. 



vn 



Emma 7-. 'o.^ 

EmiiK'. A 

Emma I'raiices 

Emm;'. J 

Emma L 

Emma Louise 

Emmons 222. _'_>,? (l)is), 

Emmons W 

Eniogcnc 

Emory 

Enocli 3.V 

Enoch, Rev 

Epaphroilitiis C 

Epliraim 19. j6. 35 (.bis), ,?6. 

49 (bis). 75. 76 (bis). 108. 109, 116. 157. 

Erastns 61. ic8 (bis). 156. 

Erastus Hervey 

Ernest A 

Errors and Omissions 

Erwin B 

Estclla 

Esther 24. .?-. 74. 

Esther (Hayward) 

Ethel May 

Etta J 

Eugene Eh'oy 14'J. 

Eugene Hczekiah. . . . ■ 

Eunice 19. 36. 51. 5-'- 55- 5^'- 74 ( 

76, 81. 8,3, 214. J15, 2A2 -'43. 

Eunice Baclsus 77. 

Euretta F 222 ( 

Eva A 

Everett Leray 

Ezekiel 24, 3J ( 

Ezra 7,!- 

Fannie 

Fanny 1 70 ( 

Fanny j 

Fanny I.ucinda 

Fcrna 

Fisher .?-'. 

Flavel Chirl< ..106, 

Florence 

Flossie June 

Floyd George 

Forest W -^^5. 

Frances 84. _'34. 

Frances Amelia 

Frances Ellen 

Frances Josephine 

Frances Mary 

Francis Homer 96. 

Francis VV'ilson 

Frank 135. '65. iSl, 

Frank D 



164 Frank V. 22(1, J28 

22s Frank Newton 19.3 

96 FrankHn 106, IJJ. J48 

J31 Franklin Burnside I44 

139 Franklin I'.noch 170. 19- 

95 Franklin l'"lelcher I9^ 

JJ4 Franklin. Pierce '54 

22}, Frazer M,! 

J36 Fred Leonard '7') 

77 Fred R ^^^> 

8t Fred S -'•^'^ 

125 Freddie C 225 

231 Frederic ^^?< 

48. Frederic A or II 98. 146 

229 Frederic Augustus 7'. 102 (bis) 

158 Frederic E '4^) 

89 Frederic W LSC) 

Frederic William 1 L^ 

Frederick 1.^5 

Frederick Gilbert / '7^ 

Frederick H i") 

Frederick Hervey ''>5 

Frederick Hutchinson i(>4 

Frederick John, LL.D.122. 168, trx). 19^ (his) 

Frederick Leonard 179 

Freelove 3' 

»- 

G. Frank '97 

George .34. 4^ C^i')- 45. ^7 (bis), 

()8. 70. 74. 1)3. '15. 96, 99. 105, 127. 143, 153, 
183. 193. 209. 211. 230. 233, 23s (ter). 237, 
242. 251. 252. 

George .Albert 93 

George B 9^. 123. 217 

George Bradley M.^ 

George Calhoun i57, 1S8 

George Clark 100 

George Dinsmore 95, '4' 

George E 166.231 

George Everett 215 

George Franklin i-io 

George Fred 'W 

George Gad '*^'" 

George H 103. 109. 147. 159. 226 

George Harvey 92 

George Henry 124, 148. 170 

George Herbert 19" 

George Hervey 66 

George Hunt 192 

95 George L 170 

186 George Lord I75 

loi George 166 

141 George Oliver 120. 166 

141 George Pomeroy iff 

235 George Rufus 215 (bis) 

166 George S 70. 120. 167 



152 
4 
2i^ 
188 
, 220 
242 

145 
226 

. 180 
236 

his), 

. 1 10 

bis) 

182 

200 

bis) 

104 

183 
bis) 

159 
154 
197 
42 
1,^2 
119 
231 
191 
227 
247 
102 



INDEX. 



George Scott 173 

George Solomon 8q 

George VV Oi. Xg, i_'i. 151. iSi. 236 

George WasliiiiKlon 44. 66. y?. 14,^ 

George William 145. 212 

Georgia 228 (bis) 

Georgia Amelia 182 

Gcorgiana M.-iri:i 188. 200 

Gertrude 171 

Gertrude lC!.lelle 198 

Gladys 252 

Giles Jackson Iig 

Gilbertus Dc 248 

Grace 36, 164. 222 

Grace .Addison 161 

Grace B 180 

Grace Greenwood 174 

GraceM 182 

Gracie 227 

Guy 170 

Guy E 1S2 

Guy M 105, 150 

H. Estelle 183 

H. Mary 227 

Hannah 18, ,32. 35. 36 (bis), 42. 

45 (ter), 46. 47. 48. 40. 53. 54. 55. 56, 57 (ter). 

62, 67, 72 (bis). 74, 70. 81. 82. 83. 158. 

Hannah ,\ 130. 22;^. 225, 226 

Hannah Caroline 67, 93 

Hannah E 130 

Hannah Frances 67 

Hannah Stone 93 

Hannah Worthinglon 120. 167 

Harlan Page 72. 115, tin. 162. 198 

Harland William 97, 145 

Harlow 104 

Harlow C J14 

Harmon 2i,S (bi^) 

Harold Palmer 191 

Harriet 6). 84. 96. 106, 107. J09. 132. 

151, 154 (bis), 155 (bis). 156 (bis). 175. 187 

Harriet .A 123, 231 (bis) 

Harriet C 214 (bis) 

Harriet F 70 

Harriet Jane 

Harriet Minerva 97 

Harriet Newell 67. 93. loS. 128, 158 

Harriette A cjS. 

Harry ,70, 

Harry Chester 228 

Harry D 166 

Harry Huntin.gton 21,0 

Harry \'incent igg 

Harvey 82, 130, 2,^2 (bis) 

Hattie 183 



146 
228 



Hattie B 189 

Hattie Diana 154 

Hattie E 91 

Hattie Evdora 91 

Hattie May 231 

Haver 161 

Helen 132 

Helen A 220 

Helen Elizabeth 147 

Helen F 186 

Helen Jane 232 

Helen L 225. 227 

Helen Louise 160, 172 

Helen Maria 125 

Helen Sophronia 127 

Helena Sliannon 143 

Henrietta Eliza 122 

Henry 5, 9 (bis). 14 (quater), 

19, 3.S, 42, 47. 83. 103 (bis). 106. 109. 118. 

127. 132. 147, 154, 234. 235, 246. 

Henry .\ddison 162, 198 

Henry .Xui^ustus 118, 163 

Henry B 122 

Henry Clay 156, 187 (bis) 

Henry D 135, 234 

Henry Duight 129 

Henry J 146 

Henry James 147 

Henry Judson 141 

Henry Kennedy, . . 236 (bis) 

Henry L 216. 217 

Henry Lay 242 

Henry Lovell 93 

Henry M 63, 91 

Henry Martyn 130, 172 

Henry Nathaniel 93 

Henry P 164 

Henry Pillow, Capt 231 (bis) 

Henry Preston 124 

Henry W., Col 123, \6) (bis) 

Henry Willi>ton 164 

Hcpzibah 48 

Herbert .-\ 171 

Herbert B.iird 141 

Herbert W 226 



96 Herbert Wil 



He 



152 
44 



Hezekiah 106.251, 252 

Hiram E 224 

Homer Pentield Donaldson 143 

Homer S 97, 143 

Honor Martha 218, 219 

Horace 41, 83. 97, 106, 119. 151. 213. 

^30 (bis). 

Horace .Alfred 93 

Horace G 150 



KINGSBURVS. 



IX 



Horace Lincoln 172 

Horace Parsons \^o 

Horace Reynolds 172 

Horatio Gates 7g. i iX 

Howard [60. 188. ign 

Howard Elliot 172 

Howard Lyman I7- 

Howard Nathan 170 

Howard Thaytr IQO 

Huldah. -'7. -219 

Hulilrili Bnrnliani l.%2 



Ida 

Ida A 

Ida B 

Ida Lnonna. 
Ida May.. . 
Inez 



.167. 



.69. Si. (/i. 14,?. 



'-^2 



Inverna 

Invcrna H 

Ira 

Ira C 

Ira S 

Irene 

Irene Laura 

Irving Tracey 

Isaac C>8. 74. 96. 

Isaac Franklin 9f>. 

Isaac William 

Isabel 

Isabelle F 

Isoline 



,,16. 41. 40. 5_', 
ISO. 



■233 
225 
182 
191 
154 
226 
18.? 

i.S2 
2.-^2 
23.^ 
2.->,.^ 

75 
iSi 
198 
166 
143 
143 
147 
145 
174 



J. D.. Rev 249 

J. J., Hon 248 

Jabcz 36. 53 (l>i^)- 54. 7''). Si. 82. 

108, 115. T29, 216. 

Jabcz Hyde loS. 15S 

Jacob 23. 48. 52. 73. 80 

James 19 (bis). 25. 26. 33. 34- 

35. 45. 47- ''8 (bis). 75- 14'. 207. J08 (tcr), 

209, 248. 

James. Judge 106. 184 

James Adams 89, 139 

James D 123 (bis) 

James Goodwin 125. 170 

James Herbert 183. 237 

James Layman 170. IQ2 

Jaiv.es M 72 

James Madison 234 

James Monroe 216 

James Ray 122 

James T 153 

James Waldo 107. I57 

James Wilkinson. Capt 80. 121 

Jane loi. 1 18, 14(1, 153. 20S. 218. 236 



Jane A 217 

Jane .\nn 71 

Jane F. 157, 187 

Jane Elizabeth 164 

Jane Watrous 172 

Jannette 71 

Jasper Bidwell 120. 167 

Jediilah 42.62. 90 

Jediithaii 48. 73 

Jemima 24, 31, 216 

Jemima (or Lucy) 66 

Jennie 1S6, 208 (l)is) 

Jennie A 170. 192 

Jennie IClizabeth I93 

Jennie May 184 

Jeremiah 25. 31. X^ (bis), 36. 41, 

48. 54, 73. -'14. 220. 

Jeremiah, Jr 246 

Jerome F 183 

Jerusha 55 

Jesse 24. 31, 220, 221. 241 

Jesse F 244 

Jesse H 151, 182 

Jessie D 189 

Jessie Irene 145 

Joanna 24. ,\2. 42 

Joel 31. 46. 70 

Joel T 71 

Joel M 247 

John 5. 9 (l)is), i.i (cjiiater). 

18 (bis). 19 (bis), 26 (bis), 27. 31. 34 (bis). 
35 (quater), 36. 44. 45. 47 (l)is). 48 (bis). 
52 (ter). 55. 68. 72 (quater). 73 (bis), 74 
(bis), 80. 81. 95. 103 ((|uater). 104 (ten. 
106. 129. 141 (bis). 147 (bis), 149. 203. 207 
(bis), 208 (sexies). 209 (bis), 211, 212. 213 
(ter), 214 (bis), 244. 245 (bis). 231, 232. 

ohn. Col 124 

ohn, Hon 241 

ohn -A 105. 150, 217 

ohn .Mien, Riv 150, 181 

ohn Rrigham 124. 170 

n h n C 151. 1 82 

ohn Clark 79, 119 

ohn ( layton 198 

ohn De 248 

ohn Denison 79 

ohn Fl;ivel 128, 171 

ohn I'leteher 170 

ohn 11 Ji I 

olin Harlow 149. 179 

nhn Henry 8ij, (bis) 

ohn llittell 213 

ohn J 225, 227 

uhu Kaylor 192 

ohn l.anydon 46, 68 



INDEX. 



J"'"- ^f 224. 226 Keiinelli Ralcigli.. . ,4^ 

John Mayheu- i,g Kingsbury Directory ,.,.,,8 

J"'"' ^IcLean .-^, Kirk Ephraim.. .. ' • • — * - 



Jolm N 



■'ill P - -- .gi. J4,S 



224 Kittie. 



162 
i8j 



John Purtor , 2.36 '-'' '*''"" J5J 

J"liii R 22T,. 225 Lansing 7, ,„(, 

John Rogers ,_,- Laura 7,^ 104^ ,0-^ ,,g 

Jolm S -o Laura or Lora ^. j , , 

Jolni S. D , ,, Laura A i-g 

John Soutliniayd ,So, 121 Laura L j^^ 

.'"1"' T _,-,' _,?, Lauren ; gg 

John Wright 68, gs Lavina ,04_ ^^^ 

Jona ,,_ Lavinia Elizabeth n6 14^ 

45 (his). 57 ((|uaifr), Sj. S.s. 1,^5 (bis). 141 1-auton or I.awson ^2 

ig2 



Jonatlian 25. 34 (bis). vS 4' L.awrencc Culibison. 



(l)is). 220 (bis). 221. Layman Dvvight 

Jonathan Lee ,,- Leali M 

J'ls^Pli ,S. 9 (his). 1.1 (ciuaterK Leander Mibn ,4,,, ,:,;, 

14. 18 (his), ig. 2.3 (l,is). 25. 27 (his). 32, Lemuel ,6. 48. 54. 55. ^f, (,er). 

3.?. 34 Iter). ,55. 30 (ter). 42. 45 (bis), 47. 73. 8,5 (his), ,S4, 105. i,j. ^K) (his). 

4S (bis). 49. 30 (bis). 52 (his). 54 (bis). Lemuel 11 -^U) (bis) 

67 (his). 72. 7.?. 76. 77. 82 (ter)." 8,1. 10,,. Lemuel .\l ,.q 

104. 106. 116. 127. 130. 131, 13J. 14, ,-g^ Lenuiel AJanning ,\y 

i6j. igg. 214. 216. 218. 234. 248. ' Lemuel .S ,,_, ^^^ 



ena. 



Joseph. Dea 4''i ^ 

Joseph Addison 63.91. 115. ,61 i-^'"" R"sc I7y 

Joseph Bottom \ , ,j Leonard j. 

Joseph Harvey j^.^ Leslie Eugene ,^0 

Josephine iX, ,,q Lester g. 

J""'^'-'^ -^4. .U' (bis). 4g. 74, 7s.' ,04 Letitia _,og. 211' (his) 

J""^'"'^ ^-■- ■- 4^ '-"'"^ ■'^ ISO. 180 

J"''''''' 18. 2:,. 24. 70. 72. 74. 98. ^''•■^' Lerguson - ^,7 

105 isi. 249. Lewis Q. ,'. 

^^ eij' I is 

Josiah Allen S_,, 127 Lewis Bellamy ^'' 

Josiah M , Lewis Frank.. .. ,5^ 

•'"-''' w :;;;7^' ios ^ewi. h •;;:: ;; ;;,;; f,, 

Jucliih ,, Lewis M. . . 

3- ^ . ^ 23! 



Jule^i Cabanne ,'->, Lewis R 



121 



225 



J"''^ 220. 231 ^-'"*-"l 236 

J"''^ -^ 226 r^-'li'^ 165. 172 

-'"'■•■' -^'111 C)S. 70. g4. gS. 220. 221 I-'""" ^''iria ,6_,, ,gs 

Juli:'. Ann Kllis ,so. 121 i^^ Livonia „q ^,, 

-'"''=^ ^ 98! I4(, Lizzie • j-_l 

Juha Elizabeth.. .. „. Lizzie Ellen,. .. 

j"'i-" ■■.■.■;::; ,87 '-"■^^g ;.;.".:'.:;g,:2jo 

J"''^ J 210. 212 ^'"-"^- H '.170 

Juha Loren.'i Lizzie May jg, 

Jiihetle Lodcniia -v; g- 

Jiihtta ,, Lois jT II is> 1.-, , " 

J'll"!'' H ^22 '-"'^ Rebecca g^ j ^^ 

Julius Jesse Bronson. .\laj go, ,,2 '""'''' '^i" Laura ^4' j" 

T Lora M. . . . ' ' , 

Kate ,T, ,Qfi T c 7 

,. , . 121. \hb Lora S ,-„ ,0, 

Katharine. r . ^^°' i^' 

3- l^orame 



Katie .Sophi.i. 



loi 

65 Lore Eugene „,, 

^31 



KINGSBURYS. xi 

Lott 104. 14Q Mark 45 

Lottie Gcrtriulc 16,? Mark Justin 67 

Louis Addison 163. igi ^Farston Cabot 167 

Louisa 53. 104. 110. I5,i 154. jrS Manila 32. 40.96. 154, 208. 209. 

Louisa A 6.1. or 210, 21 1, _>I2, 247. 

Louise P 1S7 ^Fanlia A (k). o". M+ ^I/. 229. 231 

Love .^6. 40 ^l--"lli-' AiHia 124 

Lovica 2i8 .\Lirtha B 188.243 

Loviua ' 104 Martha Edgorton 50 

L,,y,l 23,^ Martlia Kllen 145 

Lucas 228 Martlia Kmeline 07 

Lj,i,j., 21.2 Martha Frances ijd 

Lucina 2.?l. 234 Martha Lovina y8 

Lucinda. 4? Martha Koxana 116, 157. 162. 188 



Lucius. Rev i,?o. 172 

Lucretia 4,?. 47, 51. 71. 100 



Marlin 66 

Martin llenrv 182 



Lucv ,12. 44, 48. :i3, (,(,. 74 (Lis). -^I^'i-y 1.1- iS (tt'i-). 24. 25. 26 (bis). 

IOC5. 10?. 200, 216. 2V-, (bis). 27, .51. .?2. ,«, ,,.s. M,. ,?7. 4,?. 4.S. 47 (l)is). 

Lucy or Jennma 66 48 ( l>is). .so. 51. 53, 54. 57. 61. 63. 68. 70. 71. 

Lucy A no. i:^?. 154 72 (bis), 74. 77. .-<i. 82. 8.5. 84 (bis). 85. 99. 

Lucy A),l,v 67 'o.'- 'o> i<>6. iii. 1.8. ,20. 121, .27. 120. 

Lucv Anne r ?2 '■'- "''"'■ '■♦'• '-So, i.s6. 1(17, 168, 208. 209. 



.ucy Anne T32 

Lucy Bernice 200 

Lucy J 151 

Lucy O 97. 143 

Luc 181 

Luella 151 

Lula 182 

Lulu. 



211 (bis). 213. 214. 21.S. 2.;4. 24^. 244. 247. 

250. 

^h^ry .\ 97. 144. 2t6. 222 (bis) 

NLary Amelia 172 

Mary .Vn.^eline 71, loi 

Mary B 147, 210. 212 

Mary Bell 212 

Lt.rena.V.'.'.y.;'.y..".. ^";.io(v Is.^ 183 ^'^^^ '^'^"'' '^-^ 

Mary Brighani 170 

M.'.rv C 170. 220 



Luther 68 

Lydia .?2. .^. 48. 52. .s.s. 7,i- 74- 

104. 2og. 214. 22g. 2\2. 

Lydia ..Xnn ! 69 M'^O' Eli>=a 158. 17. 



Mary Candace 125 



Lydia B i.Si 

Lyman Si. 126 

Lyman b'.llis 93. 140 



Mary Elizabeth iiS 

Mary Emeline 162, n)o 

Mary Emogcnc 170 

Mary Ett 151 

M. Madclia 124 Mary Eunice 169. 192 

Mabel 140. 190 Mary Isabel 151 

Mabel Hope 144 -Mary J 122, i(j<) 

Mabel Irene 143 Mary Jane 95. 130, 188 

Madison 220 Mary Jcffcrs 130. 173 

AJaliala 104. 148 Mary Jessie 99 

Marah 18 Mary Josephine 9.=; 

Marcia A 123 Mary L 93. i.i2. 159. 184. 189,224. 227 

Marcus D 22.v 227 Mary Louisa 171 

Margaret 9. .58, 7.S. 76. 208 (bis) Mary I.ucrelia 71. 102 

Margaret Hubbard 120. 167 Mary l.urena 2.^1. 2^2 

Margaret Liltlejolin i6.= Mary Lyon 42 

Margarette 209. 212 Mary Malinda 143 

Maria 90. 106. 107. 109. 126. Mary \ 99 

132. 154. 159. Mary O 234 (bis) 

Maria Cynthia 63. 91 Mary ()rianu;i 96 

Maria Stanton 122 Mary R 70 

Marilla 249 Mary Reynolds 78. 116 



INDEX. 



Mary Richards 68. 94 

Mary S 72. 188. 198. 243 

Mary Sumner 165 

Mary Virginia 192 

Mary Ward 69 

Mason 74 

^^alilda 47 

Mattic Klla 162. 199 

^^alKl Mutttr 165 

Mamie ;•. 181 

Morris Dunktrie 248 

May 164 

^fay Daniels 144 

Mehitabel 25. 27. 32 

Ivlelinda 223 (bis) 

-Melinda S 225 

Melinda W 224 

Melissa Ann 215 (bis) 

.Melvin Melissa 215 

Melzar 42 

Meninon 17:; 

-Mercy 18. 23. 58. 84 

Merrill gS 

.Miss 246 

Millard Fillmore 150 

Millicent g. 19 

Milo 105. 174. 2^2 

Milton D igj 

.Milton De Forest '. . .183. 197 

Milton H ,2S 

Minnie R 22t 

Miranda 214. 215 

Miriam 

Miriam .Xiiiieltc 

Mizah 



3^. 4^ 

• • 97 



2^ 

-trolly 46. 73. 228 

Morris 232 

:VIoses. . . .32 (bis). 34. 42 (bis). 47 (bis). 23^ 
Myra. Rev 173 



Myron C. 
^fyrtie B. 



250 
217 



•47. 107 



■-IJ- S3. 107. 133. 208, 



Nabby 

Xahum 

Nancy 

221 222 

Nancy I'2Ilen 

Nancy Oizelia 

Natban.. ..24. 7,2. 45. 6.3 (bisl. 123. 222. 

Nathan Eaton 

Nathaniel ,3, ,,s. ,<j. 24, 25 

.«• 34- 35. 3f> (ter). 43. 44 (bis). 46 (bis'). 

52 (bis). 53 (bis), 54. 65. 66. 7). 81 (bis). 

92 141. 232. 246. 

Nathaniel. Rev ,24. ,26 

.Nathaniel E (^ 

Nathaniel J. W. 
Nathaniel W. . . 



15- 
loi 

220. 

140 

J36 

-'24 

69 



Nehemiah 

Nellie 161. 183. 

Nellie May Belle 

N'elson 108. 

Newell 

Newell Coffin 

Newton Ebenezer 

>>'oah iS. 24 (bis). i2. 

Noah Williston 

Norman 

Norman B 

Norman James 

O. V 



35 
191 
198 

158 
45 
94 

tfX) 

41 

79 
166 
120 

154 

234 



Obadiah. Dr 49, 7^ 

Ol'^e .^4. 77. ^32 (bis) 

Olive \ 71 

Oliver., ..35. 48 (bis). 76. 77. 107. 109 (bis) 

Oliver .Addison 160. 189 

Oliver Backus 



Otis D 

Otis Henry. . 
Otis William. 
Otto Clifford. 
Otto P 



149- 



.140. 



■59 

Oliver Richmond log. i:;q 

Omar C 182 

Origen Joseph jgg 

Oriette 57 

'^rso'i J 152. 183 (bis) 

Otis "5 ^24 

Otis A. C "' 7so 

179 
95 
179 
182 
212 

iig 

72 
146 

69 
231 
198 
iiS 
198 

222 

226 
119 

i8o 
109 

34 

62 
167 
158 
104 



Pamelia 

Patience -^-^ 

Patience Tappan lo^i. 

45- 



.79 (bis). 



• 79. 
150. 



17-'. 



71 
93 



Patt_ 

Paul 

Pauline. . . . 
Payson .... 
Pearl Brow^n 
Peggie. . . . 
Percy F. . . . 

Pereze 

Permelia.. . 

P'''"^^^ 77 

Peter 

Peter Wilder 

Phalla Hill ,20' 

Pliebe 35. 48. 7(1. 108 (bis) 

Philenda 

Philo 7 ........ .. 

Philo Tweedy 1,5 

Pliineas 36. 56 (bis). 216 (bis). 219 

P'trce 165 

Pol'y 51- 79- >20. ISO. 180. 220 (bis). 

229. 249. 
Priscilla.. ..36 (bis). 50 (ter). 54. 77. S3 
Prudence ,4. 82. 83. 133 



KINGSBtRVS. 



■ 3i- .V. .?5- 4^. 48. J^3- 



R 246 

Rachel 

224, 242. 246. 

Rachel A 225.227 

Rachel P 70 

Ralph Xclson 197 

Ralph S 197 

Ralph Walter 160. 191 

Ransom 85. 135 

Raymond 198 

Raymcnd Bradford 180 

Rebecca 44. 61, 66. 72. 92. 103 

Rebekah 25. 33 

Rhoda 69.85. 134 

Rhcde> 103 

Richard F 224.226 

Richard H 223. 225 

Robert 208. 209 (ter). 213 

Robert Barber 141 

Robert Eugene 92 

Robert 1 211 

Robcr; N 210. 212 

Robert Stevenson 211. 213 

Robert T 146 

Roger Atkinson 165 

Roger Sherman 95 

Romaine J 217 

Roseoe A 225. 227 

Rose H 226 

Rosel 73 

Rosvin or Roswin 61 

Roswell iiS. 214 

Rcwena 173 

Roxana 77, iii 

Roxy S 214 

Royal 82. 130 

Riiel Hubbard 89 

Ruli'.s 143. 154. 214. 215 

Russell 79. 119 

Russell H 1 18. 164, 165 

Ri'-th 25. 32. .?.3. 36 (bis). 41. 

44 (bis). 48. 49. 50. 53. 54. 73 (bis). 77. 79. 

109. 112. 192. 216. 251. 

Ruth Ballard ' 247 

Ruth E 217 

Ruth Eliza 162. 199 

Ruth Maria 116. 162 

Ruth Sophia 130 

Sabia 81. 123 

Sabina 81. 124 

Salle .32 

Sallie 208. 209. 210 

Sally 55- 68. 74. 105. 216. 243 

Sally Maria 124 

Samuel 18. 19. 24. 26. 27. 31 (bis). 

33. 34- 35 (bis). 38. 41. 45. 46. 47. 48 (bis). 

53. 56. 6i(ttr). 62. 71. 74. 79. 8r (bis). 89. 

9c. 103 (bis). 120 (bis). 147. 151. 170. 246. 

248. 



Sanuiel, Rev 33. 124 

Samuel Benton 124 

Samuel David 212 

Samuel Davies 125. 170 

Samuel Ely 79 

Samuel Locke 98 

Samuel Lyman 125 

Samuel Newell 129 (bis). 171 

Samuel Rust 5>. 79- 120. 166 

Samuel Shipman 161 

Samuel W 181 

Sandlord 50 

Sanford 74. 77 (bis). 106. 103. 

118. 159. 189. 

Sanford .A. Rev 109. 159 

Sara Emily 211 

Sarah 13. 17. 25. 26. 31. 32. .3.?. 

.34. 35. 36. 38. 47. 51. 5^. 53. 56 (bis). 67. 

70. 72. 74. 81 (bis). 93, 103. 104 (ter). 123 

(bis). 147. 148. 155. 224. 2.«. 247. 

Sarah A ■ 217 

Sarah .Adelaide 145 

Sarah .Alice 159 

Sarah .\nn 42 

Sarah .Annette 97 

Sarah C 103 

Sarah Climena 160. 191 

Sarah E 233 

Sarah. Elizabeth 151, iSi 

Sarah Hall 80 

Sarah Hill 122 

Sarah Huntington 152 

Sarah. J 220 

Sarah Leavenworth 122. 169 

Sarah M 70. 97 

Sarah Maria 148 

Sarah Mary Virginie 121 

Sarah Storrs 79. 116 

Sarah Susanna 80. 123 

Sedgwick 219 

Selden B 217 

Selden Henry 164 

Seth 24. 31. 61. 89 

Seth. Lieut 32 

Sewel E 97 

Sibyl or Sybil 55- 83. 248 

Silas 41 

Simeon 106 

.Simon .^6. .52 (bis) 

Solomon 31. 32. 33- 41 (bis), 

44. 61. 83. 1.^'. 218 (bis). 

Solomon Bates 251 

Sophia 82 (bis). 126. 127. 129. 218 

Sophia Field T20. 166 

Sophronia 219 

Sdiiire 150 

Stanley Carlos 197 

Statira .' 218 



xiv INDEX. 

Stella M 97 (bis) Walter L 225 

Stephen jd. ,y (liis). 4X. 73 (bis), 251 Walter Reynolds 130, 172 

Sumnei- 17J Walter Russell.. 165 

Susan iiy. 22^, (bis) Walter S 226 

Susan B 90 Walter Starr 172 

Susanna 7,? Ward 75.77. no 

Susanna V 150. ^''^o Ward Monroe 160. 191 

Susannah ig. 26 ibis), 27, .^7. Warren 95. 105. 2ii 

42. 105. 222. 249. Warren W ' .... 233 

Susie Antoinette 190 Washington Francis 135. 173 

reus iy3 



Sylvester 107 yy^j 



Sylvia E 123 



Wealthy 5.S. 82. 128 



T'lrbel 73 wni.cr'D ". . . . 182 



Tabitha 36. 48. 49. 31. 



Wilbur T. 



T=>'^''''^ "'" 5- W.llard or Williard. , 48. 



Theodore -4. .3-1. 46 



-■^."1 



•74 



Willar.l J 182 



Theodore Bryant 19. .63 (bis) William.". ..3.. ^2. 68 (bis). 69, 70. 71. 74- 

Theodore Marshall 170 -,, ,s_, ^^ ^.^ ^^^ ^^^ ,|,j^)_ ,^,„ ,^.; ^^^ 



130, 149 (bi^), 156, 189, 209, 210 (bis), 220, 
22^. 224, 230, 243, 244 (bis), 245, 247 (ter). 
248. 



Theodosia 174 

Thirza 104. 147 

Thomas. . . .9, 19. 24. 27(tcr). 38 (quater). 

56. C)8. 79. 120. 207. 208 (ter). 209 (ter). 

228. 230, 244, 247 (ter), 24X (bis), Wdliani Benton 130 

Thomas. Dr 244 William Brigham 93 

Thomas B 147 William C 183 

Thomas C 211 WMliam Charles 169 

Thomas D 183 William E 225 

Thomas Dwight 120 William Eu.stis 80, 122 (bis) 

Thomas H 234 William Gilliam 165 

Thomas Humphrey Cushing 80, 122 William H 186 

Thomas Luck 247 William Harvey 216. 218 

Thomas M 210. 212 William Henry 70. 99. 17^ -^6 

William Henrv, Rev 72 



Thomas Peyton 2,^0 (bis) 

Thomas R 22?, 225 \\ illiam Henry Ward 93 

Thursey 2r2, 21^ William Irxin 128, 171 

Timothy 19, 25 (ler), 34, 72. 103 William J 220 

Tina M 225 William Joseph 242. 247 

Tryphena 103 William Leonard 93, 140 

Twins M (bis). 48. 76, 124, 126 William Payson 164 

1,30, 220. William Perry 2.^6 (ter) 

William T 224 

175- 193 



LInnanied or L^nknown. . . .9(), 107, 118, 120 i,- ,r -ri 

- ' W illiam 1 liomas 



(i|uin). 121, 122, 124 (sexics). 128, 130, T41 
(ler), 143 (bis), 144, 148 (bis). 149. 153, 



William W 130, 152, 183, 244 

William Waldo 154 



(i6t), 234, 23(1 (iiiiater), 2},y. 242, 243, 244 
247 ((|iiater), 24CJ. 
Uretta Priscilla 210, 213 



It/, 1(1(1 (iiualer), 171, i8^ 208 ((luin). iirn- xx- i 'r 

' / • .1 1 I William Ward 96 

217 (()t). 220 (bis). 221 (quater). 22<) -vi.Tr w 

' William Warren gs 

Willie .\ 226 

Willie Edgar 215 

,, . , Willie Eugene 183 

L'nah 32.214. (bis) m.-,,- t- , 

^ W illic Frank 99 

Vernon 2?o Willoughby Joseph 94. 140 

Windsor 193 

W- W 132 Wirt M 189 

Wallace 233 

Walter 12^, 22},. 224, 226, 247 Zebulon 51 

Walter F 1S2 Ziporah 73 



INDEX OF ALLIED FAMILIES. 

t?* ».?• fc?* 



INDEX OF ALLIED FAMILIES. 

Abeel. Maria ii.? Allinsuii. Jiilic-t 188, iy8 

Abel. Abigail 49. 74 Allyii. Alice 160 

Juliette 49 Diana 160 

Abell. Elizabetb 63. gt Dwight 160 

Abigail, 25. ss .Matliew no, 160 

Adams. Abigail 26. 34 .Milton 160 

Aha Maria 218. (bis) Newton 160 

Annie ^51, 252 Ruth 160 

Charles D I44 .Amanda F. i.Si. 182 

Hon. D.. M.D 144 Ames. Millicent i.?, 14' 

Daniel E., Rev 97. 144 Amist(?) George .V 

Emma B 61. 89 Anderson. Mary i6i 

Frances 113 Andrew. 54 

George W 144 Andrews. Frank I' 76 

Martha 51. 79 John 1' 76 

Mary K I44 ^l^ry 161 

Olive 46. 70 Mordccai 247 

"Patty" 79 Sarah M 76 

Agry. Hannah 109 Arents, Cornelia Sophia 219 

Alabaster, Margaret 14.246 Armsbey or .\rmslniry. Rev. Joshua., x^ 

J^oger 246 Armstrong, .\lice 208 (l)is) 

Alden, '-'. : ^5. jf). 84 Elizabeth 210,212 

David -250 Lebbeus 49 

Elizabeth Kingsliurv 113 M. V 217 

Henry II3 Arter. Caroline 9' 

Harriet 123 Charles 91 

Isaac Carcv 113 Jane . 91 

Laura Standish 113 Ja^o" I< "-'• 9i 

Mary E ^5° Virginia 91 

Aldrich,"Sanincl 242 . Winfield S 9 



.\lice. 19. 112. 141 



.•\sli, Richard 244 



Allen' ■' .'.■.'.' 192, 234 Ashley. John 27 

Albert H . 215 Samuel 27 

Alice Angeline I74 Atkinson. Roger Fryor. Gen 165 

Ann 84 Sally Jones 1O5 

Anne^ 84 .\very. .Abigail 75 

Catherine Kingsburv 174 Aniariah 75. 76 

Charles 84 (bis) 174 Amelia 7S 

Daniel 214.215 Amos 49, 75 (ter) 

Elizabeth 84 Anna E 85 

Ellen Maria !74 Azel 75 

George, Rev 84 Charles 7.-. 

George K 192 Chaunccy 7.-. 

George W I33 Colunibiis 75 

Halsev L "70. 192 Daniel, Dr 75 

Henry E ^15 David /.■> 

James 84 (bis) Duthan «5 

Jo.seph 84. 174 Elizabeth 25 

Josiah. Hon .5^. 84 Emily.. . ._ 70 

Julia Alice 174 Ephraim K 7j 

Maria 84 E.sther 76 

Miriam ,?J (bis). 41 Frances /O 

Moses 8.?. 133 5™'^,^ :■: 

Phineas 3^ Franklin /^ 

Robert Terry I74 Harriet 7p 

Samuel 84 Horatio ^-^fiW '„ 

Solomon I3-'. 174 I/fH- 7> 70. 77- >'o 

Solomon Ellsworth 174 J^''^^^ '„ ^OlDis) 

Thomas 84 Josiah B 8^ 

William 84 June /<5 



(xvii) 



XVIU 



INDEX. 



I-aiira 75 

Lewis 75 

l.ovina 76 

Lvdia 76 (bis) 

L'vdia M 85 

Marilla 75 

Mary 246 (bis) 

M"nrtK' 75 

Norman 7(5 

Phebe 76 

Polly 75 

Ayer. Henry \V 127 

Love 19. -27, 168 

Thomas 27 

Ayers. 32 

Ayres. Emma 18,^ 

Babcnck. Mary 47, 71 

Tlianlsfnl 77 

Bacon, Joanna 45 

John 18 

Mary i,^. 18, 141 

William 62 

Backus. Azel 51 

Charles 51. 52. 78 

Eunice • 51 

-Hannah 161 

Jabez 36, 5r, (ter) 

Josiah 36. 49 

Joshua 51 

Oliver 51 

Ruth 51 

Simeon 36. 49 

Bailey. 222 

Emma. Rev 174 

Nancy 222 

Baker, Abigail ig. 24 

Cynthia 70. 98 

Ebenezer 24 

Elisha 48 

Sarah 70, 98 

Baldwin. 2},2 

Albert 153 

Alfred 153 

Almon 153 

Caleb 107 

David 90 

Edgar go 

Eliza go 

Irene 56 

Lucy 153 

Martha Shcrnian 153 

Baldwin. Oscar go 

R, Frederick go 

Ransl'ord go 

Ruiia R 107, 153 

Soplironia 153 

Thcophilus 36. 5(i 

Ball. .\da Clinicna igi 

Isaac H 160. 191 

Mary Virginia 110, 112 

Barber, Flora .-Mice 149, 179 

Henritta 149. 180 

Mary 220. 221 

Bard. Austin 231 

Barker. Forest K 121 

Barlow. Joel 106 

Barnard. F. J 78 



Barnes. Eliza 106 

George B 118 

Martin 152 

Ruhana (or Reuamy) 106 

Barnett. Etta M ig3. 200 

Ira 200 

Barrows. John 1^2 

Barstow. Abigail 36. 51 

Mary E log. I5g 

Bartholomew. Elizabeth 120. 166 

Bass. Ebenezer 52 

Bassett. Catherine 62 

Cynthia 62. 90 

George 62 

Hiram 62 

Julia 62 

Marsa 41. fu 

Samuel t)2 

Warren 62 

Bates. Cornelia 106 

Rhoda Cornelia 251 

Bathsheba. 213 

Battin. A. J 109 

Baxter. Cynthia 74. 106 

Sarah Frances 236 

Bayley. John 17 

Bean. Charles F 243 

Jesse. Rev 46 

Jacob Walter. Dr 243 

William Taylor 243 

Beardsley. Lyman 181 

Beatty. Charles 209 

George 209 

Grace 209 

James 209 (ter) 

Kate 209 

Robert 209 

Beck. 2y] 

Beck with. Phebe 75. 107 

Becbe. Rev. Dr 119 

Bclden. Helen 120. 167 

Bell, 2ig 

Bennett Christopher 56 

Cleoria 156 

Samuel. Hon 71, loi 

Benson. Almon. Rev 45 

Bcntley. Jennie E 129 

BciUon. Albert 251 

Alvin 79, 251 

Betsey 251 

Edwin K 2^0 

Mary 53, 81 

Nelson 251 

Ozias 2.S0 

Ruth 54. 82 

Thomas 251 

Bcrger. Lydia Willington gr 

William H gr 

Berrian. Anna Parsons 96. 141 

Samuel U 141 

Bidwell. 129 

Anne 119 

Bigelow. Abel 121 (bis), 168 

Fidelia Hapgood 247 

Hannah 37 

Martha Kingsbury 168 

Mary 168 

Minerva 247 



ALLIED FAMILIES xix 

Minerva Ann 70, 99 BlacUiniun, Francis M 71. loi 

Rebecca 34. 46 Frank A 101 

Sumner 99 H. Isabel 101 

Bigger, Frances Eliza 2^8 Harry D loi 

" Millie -228 James A 101 

Thomas H J^f^ (bis) Blaisdcll. F'.lijah, Hon 47 

Warner Kingsburv 2iS Blake. Mary 4-i 

Billings, Alden 250 Blakeslec Bessie 94 



Alice 250 



F-rank A 94 



iioheiis 120. 150 George Finley 94 

'Z^n ... 250 Halidon F 67. 9.? 

Charles Kingsinn-y 250 Harry Justni 94 

Dolly 250 ^'y^''^'' ^4 

Elizabeth 251 \\ ilhe 94 

Fanny Josephine Black 251 Bli^s, Nancy 52 

Frances 251 Blocnnhekl. 2, 

Florence 2.-1I 

Boardman. l^liiah .if' 

Eliza A 129 

Bockstahler, I.iicilc 212 

Marion 212 



George -50 

Harriet 250 

Harry Mortimer 251 

James '20 

James .-Xrchibald 250 

James Mortimer 250 William.. _ ■ -l- 

Jane Francis 251 Bolton, .Abigail 79. - 

Jeannie Francis 120 Jo^^'l'; ';" 

Tnhn 250, 251 Bone, Emily.. 7'] 



John 2^1 

Josie 250 

J""^- :-••.•■ •■ til Ehjah 7. 



Bowen. .Andrew J 134 

Delina 46, 71 



Julia Sophronia 250 cnjan . •■ / 

i" , „■:„ 2S0 Boynton. Caroline 9<'. '42 

Vl?'^ 251 Thirza 242 

^|=''^'^-- 250 Brabrook. Lois 61. 89 

^'argaret ■■ 3 r=,r,.liM,. Frances 102 



Mary A 250 



Charles Mather 102 

Eliza '06. 151 



J'.i.^'"^'°''V , Vi 2SI William -Arthur 102 

Wdham Eduard • •• . Bradberry, Bessie Dell .6.3. .9- 

Bdls. Hannah.. -^ ■• -7. »/ g^^,,,f„„,. Earl of 242 

Bingham, Clarissa 108. 0. v Hurlbert Roy W 

Edward Clary il'2. 199 •v^'.,rren Gray 179. '97 

Eleazer -Jl Braman, .Anna Sawver lOO 

Elizur -^ Branvan. Andrew 209,210 

Hannah Newell u ' ]\7^ Belle -" 

Jeremiah •('■ <'";', ja.ncs A 210 

John ^- Martha 211 

Joseph. Dea ° Matilda 211 

Lucina " Robert 210 

Marion ^fl Wdliam 210 

Rebeckah ;• -^^ Brewer, Adaline '2^ 

Stephen,. -?■ f Eliz.d.cth '» 

Thomas. Dea -^7- "'i Nathaniel LI- '^ 

Bird. Jonathan 'If Brewster, l.aura 7^ 

Josiah •* Shubuel 'W 

Nathaniel ; •• •'- Samuel Dwighl 'O.' 

Birdsell, Ida ^f> Briggs, Ephraim -^^ 

Birlingham, Maria .Amanda "4 George -^ 

Birgc, .Anna 5.| I*aac '.j' (bis) 

jj^jc 33 James --» y'"^' 

Jonathan.' Capt.' 53 Joel, Rcv' ■• ^ 

Priscilli 53 Lvdia W • ■'"■..^ 

Ruth . : : : : 53 Richard. Dea .8. 23 (b,s 

Simon 53 ^ '."'"' '' iV "" 

"■B.^a*':-.:-..-:;:.-:.v-°* 'g .„^::T::\r.::::::^ ;; :;.: i 

"'■to.S," '"■.■.■:.-;.■.■■■,■.■.:::: SI ^Sv. v, v. :;■.;■.:■.:-..«:«: ;? 



INDEX. 



Brightnian. Anna 222, (bis) 

Brigs. Jona 17 

Ricliard . 17 

Bristol. D. E 151 

Brool<s. Hannali 17 

Emily Electa 142 

Brophy. Edna M 186 

Estclle K 186 

Joseph 154, 186 

William Moore 186 

Bron.son. Marcia 52, 80 

Stephen 80 

Brown. Addie .\ugiista 214 

Albert Gay g6. 142 

Andrew C 214 

Annette R i;;, 140 

Augustus Page 142 

Benjamin Kingsbury 142 

Catherine i52 

Catherine Porter 85 

Charles Albert 142 

CliiYord Kingsbury 214 

Cornelia up 

Cornelia M 155 

Edward H 157 

Edwin 250 

Eliza 44 (l,is). 66. 123 

Elizabeth Kingsbury 142 

Emeline Francis 85 

Emma R ijg 

George Gay 142 

George Oliver g^ 

Hannah 8s 

Harold 250 

Helen 250 

Howard 250 

Irving Howard 250 

James 165 

James H 170 

James S 142 

Jonathan C .' 85 

Jp^'fli 57. 85 (bis) 

Kathenne ig8 

Kingsbury ,4, 

I-iicy E 125. 170 

Marcia u^ 

Marion 2^0 

Mary A '.y,-'. '{jz, 

Mary Kingsbury 8s 

Olncy 120, 167 

Percy 250 

Robert 12-5 

Sarah 71. ,01 

Selah 85 

Walter Clark 8? 

William 80 



William Brciiks , 



l^,^ 



142 
8S 



William Crosswell 
Zo 

Browne. Judith Ann 217 

Bryant. Eva jio 

George S 148 

Laura ,20 

Mary ,20 

Mary Sumner 70. i ig 

Moses .' ,04^ 147 

Buck. Clarence Everett 215 

J R 215 

.Mabel Celia 21 S 



Buckland. Anna Ma 

Emily 108 

Frank C 

Polly.. 

Buckner. Henrv 

Lilly ■ '.'.'..'. 

Simon B.. Gen 122. 

Bull. Charles Stedman. Dr 169! 

Dorothy 

Frederick Kingsbury 

Ludlow Scguine 

oiof ;; 

Bullard, Elizabeth [ 

Sarah 

William. Ensign 

Bunce. .Annette Loomis 

Henry C 71, 

.Mary Caroline 

Mary (Kingsbury) 

Bunnell. George W 

Burgess. Edward Phillips 

.Marie Mackie 104, 

Burgoyne. Gen 

Burnap. Charlotte Elizabeth 



Daniel 55. 82 

Daniel K ' 



Mary Delia 

Burnham. "Hen Fever" 

Susan H 62. 

Burr. Halsey C 

Bushnell. Hannah 

Butler. Henrv. Capt. . . . 

Willis.. '. .' 

Buttertield. Emogene or Emeline.. .. 

Sylvester or Vet 

Button. Sarah ly. 

Wharren 

Cabanne. Julia .Antoinette 80. 

Pierre 

Cabot. Harriet 120. 

ATary (widow) 

Cadwell. Henry Sherman [79, 

Cady. .Amos :; 5, 

Delia .' .■;36; 

Deliverance 36. 

leremiah. . , 

Russell 

William 35. ( 

Cagwain. Ward 

Caine. Patience 35. 

.Samuel 3s. 

Calhoun. Charles Kingsbury .'. 

George A 

Martha Chamberlain 

William .Andrew 

William B 120. 

Calkins. Hannah 

Callahan. Charles 

Calvey, Patrick 

Sanniel 

Camp. Elizabeth 71. 

Campbell. Samuel 66 

William H .' 

Candle. Charlotte 

Dora .Alice 

Emanuel 

Capen. Ebenezer 

Carlisle. Sarah 48. 

Carlton. John 



Ill 

. 157 

III 

232 

i6g 

i6g 

169 

192 

192 

192 

192 

III 

25 

38 

^5 

lOI 

101 

lOI 
100 

1 7-' 
147 
147 

75 

l^o 
129 
130 
i^o 
62 
90 
96 
161 
104 
104 
61 
61 
26 

!74 

121 
121 
167 
242 

197 
82 

53 

53 

35 

82 

bis) 

I S3 
47 
47 

167 

113 
167 
167 
167 

51 
211 

61 
•61 

lOI 

92 
92 

^14 
^14 
^14 

7^ 

75 



ALLIED FAMILIES. 



145 
145 
140 
I?' 



90 



Carman. Belle 219 

Caroline. 83 

Carpenter, .'\bigail 145 

.^nios B 

Ellen M 98. 144, 

John 

Julia .A 157. 

Lucy A 130. 172 

Nellie 1^7 

Obadiali 

Carr. Charles H 

Carrington. Delia A 157 

Carter. 90 

Alice Ruth 169 

Charles Frederick 169 

Edwin Perkins 169 

Franklin. President 122. 169 

Franklin J 169 

Mary E 153. 184 

Noah Andrews 184 

Case. Henry 149 

Castle. .-Mbcrt Tyler 64 

.Alice Maud Beatrice 64 

Alfred Lowrey 64 

Caroline Dickinson 64 

Charles Alfred 64 

Dorothy Mary Howley 64 

Elinor Henry 64 

George Parmelee 64 Cl)is) 

Harold Long 64 

Harriet Angeline 64 

Hattic Ethelwyn .Alfred 64 

Helen Kingsbury 64 

Henry Northrup 64 

James Bicknell 64 

Kenneth Kingsbury 64 

Margaret Tenncy 64 

Mary Eloise 64 

Mary Tenney 63 

Nelson Northrup 64 

Samuel 64 

Samuel Northru]) 63 (bis) 

William Richards 64 (bis) 

Catherine. 249 

Chafifee. .Mine 250 

Arthur 250 

Edward 250 (bis) 

James 250 

Jane '57- '88 

Theodore 250 

Chamberlain. Charles 233 

Chandler. Caroline 129. 171 

Lucinda 132. 174 

Sarah .-\deline 67 

Chapel. Emily .\ 106. 152 

Chapin. Jemima 79- >2o (bis) 

Loncia 132. 175 

Chapman. Drusilla 249 

Eunice 54 

Oilman 249 

Hannah 54 

Jeremiah 54 

John 36. 54 

John Brown 249 

Lemuel 54 

Lois 54 

Mary 54 

Phineas 54 

Sarah 36, 53 



Sibyl i6[ 

Winthrop 249 

Chase. Alvin B 144 

Betsey 108. 157 

Clarence .-Mvin 144 

Jennie 157 

Cheesenian. — — 164 

Cheevcr, James Diusniore 179 

Jenisha Randall 179 

Nellie 140, 179 

Chenery. 44 

Cheney. Catherine ;^;i 

Frances Emily 173 

Thomas B 131. 173 

Thomas Shelton 173 

Chester. Christopher , 32 

Childs. Brainard 234 

Chipman. John (k) 

Christiancy. P.liza 119. 165 

Christly. Clarissa M 231 (bis) 

Clap]). Charles lulwin 219 

DeWitt Clinton 219 

Ellis 42 

George Hubbard 219 

Hannah 249 

Kate .Xmelia 219 

Levi 41 

Nathaniel 249 

R.. Rev 151 

Rebecca (Pctlee) 32 

Susannah 32. 41 

Clark. 74. 163 

Arthur 148 

Carrie 148 

Charles 148 

Haiuiah 38, 57 

Jane 149 

Nancy 209. 211 

Nathan B 148 

Reuben 214. 215 

Rufus. Rev 46 

Clarke. .Xmanda L 223, 225 

Benjamin T 84 

Linda S 225. 227 

Mary .\llyn 248 

Cleine. Fanny 156. 187 

Clenients. W. T 244 

Clisba. .Matilda 132 

Cobb. Chester 104 

Coftln. Clara A 68. 04 

Cole. .Samuel 2<> 

Coleman. .Mvin E 127 

Betsev 82. 127 

Charles .Mfred Castle 64 

Charles Carson 64 

Claire Eloise 64 

Samuel Northrup Castle 64 

Collins. .Adelbert 185 

Eudora M 185 

Hattic DeW 185 

Lucy A 185 

William T 185 

William W 154. 185 

Combs. 230 

Comstock. Charles 132 

Elizabeth 161 

Cone. .Mbcrt G 128 

Daniel 128 

Earl Hobarl 129 



INDEX. 



I 



Harriet M 129 

Harriet May 129 

Holiart Brewer 129 

Huljbell B 55. 128 

Lucy Ann 107. 153 

Marion Adaline 129 

Mary Ann 128 

Nathaniel KinK'^lniry 128 

Xewcli King>bin'y 129 

Salmon G 129 

Walter 128 

Zacliariali. . 82. 128 

Congdon. Isaac H •. .. 146 

Cook, Albert N 95 

Mary Pauline 162. 198 

Robert. Capt 25 

Cooke, 71 

Cooke, C. M., Hon 71 

Jedidab, , . , 25, 33 

Polly Phemie 104 

Cooley, Howard 157 

William Henry 157 

Cooper, John 42 

Thomas 13. 18 

Corbett, William ,. 27 

Corey, .Alice May lyi 

Benjamin 6g 

Charles Barker 191 

Foster Shipman 191 

Frances Edna 191 

Franklin Epliraim 161. 191 

Hannah 35, 48 

Irene 191 

Norton Kingsbury 191 

Corliss Huldah K), 27 

Cornell. Louisa 65 

Corrigan, Celia 2!0 

Cowles, 218 

Cowper, William 247 

Crain. Maria 230 

Crane. Mary O 124. 170 

Crawford. John jio 

Dorothea 210 

Crego. Celestia 252 

H 251. 252 

Cressy, Mary (Hill) 68 

Sarah 45; f,8 

Thomas "...'. 68 

Cretors, Cheney 210 

F.ffie May 210 

Frederic T 210 

Crocker. . M.D 56 

Clarissa ^C 

Doddridge 56 

John 56 

Lemuel i;6 

Mary 56 

Ruth 56 

Sabina 56 

Sally 56 

Crooker, 5^5 

DeWitt C 153 

Erastus ij'j 

Mary Jane I[;3 

William I^^ 

Cross, 5_^ 

Crossman, Eleazer 17 

Elizabeth 17 

John 17 

Joseph 17 



Mary 17 

Mercy 17 

Nathaniel 17 

Robert 13, 17 (cpiint) 

Samuel 17 

Susannah 17 

Thomas 17 

Crowell. Silas or Cyrus 54 

Cubbison, Daisy E 231 (bis) 

Cuff, 242 

Cullen, 2^2 

Cummings, Frank .\sa 102 

George ,\rthur 102 

J. Frank 102 

Mary Bell 102 

William Frederick 102 

Curtin. A, G., Gov 164 

Curtis. Mary 48. 73 

Gushing. Justin 171 

Cushman. Susan N -. ., 156 

Cutler. Betsey 121 

Daggett, .-Vsenath 54, 82 

Dalton, 72 

Damon, Joseph 18 

Daniell, Esther 241 

Dart, Adron 108, 158 

Ellen A 158 

Grace K 15S 

Willie K 158 

Davenport. Charles H 215 

Fanny 82. 129 

Sophronia iii 

Davidson. Jennie 210 

Lizzie 210 

Martha 210 

Mary 210 

Robert 210 

Robert F 210 

Samuel G 210 

Thomas H 210 

Davies. Emma Ruth 122. 168 

Mary Eliza 64 

Davis. .-Mice Martha 235 

Anson 106 

Calvin 1.^9 

Emma B 120, 166 

Frank Erastns 139 

Fred Woodbury 139 

Harry Pomeroy 2^5 

Jane 152, 183 

Lizzie Elvira i.?9 

Lomire (?) 250 

Maria Ida 235 

Mary .Ann 152, 183 

■Mary Jane 21s 

Myra 236 

Sarah 152, 183 

William M ', . 235 

Day. 2:^3 

Florence E 182 

John B 151, 181 

^larie Olive 181 

Dean, Charles 103, 14(1, (ter) 

Isaac 17 

Jeremiah 147 

John Ward 147 

Mary Morse 146 

Mary S 223. 22^ 

Sarah Bridges 146 



ALLIED FAMILIES. 



XXIU 



Decker. Alinira 151, i8j 

DeClercq. Frederick U.S. 171 

Hendrick ij8. 171 

Julia I j8. 171 

De Forest, Allicrt F.iij;eiie 184 

Carrie M 184 

Iiiverna Belle 184 

Lansing 15J, 18,? 

Lettie E . 1.S4 

Lizzie A 1S4 

Mary E 184 

Trypliciia S 184 

De Givervillc. Count A. F. K.. ..i_'i (his) 

De Haven. William B 250 

Delano, Martha 150, l8g 

Delia, 106 

Delop. John 35, J42 

Deniing. Andrew 218 

Eunice 218 

Honor 218 

Jonathan 2t8 

Lucy 218 

Lydia 218 

Margaret 218 

Martha 216. 218 (his) 

Richard 218 

Solomon 218 

Solomon, Ca])t 218 

Dennning. William 150. 180 

Denison, .Amelia 242 

Hannah 27. ,^6 

John .?6 

Leonard 242 

Ruth 27. .V) 

Dennert. Dora A 191 

Dennison. .Xmelia 120. 167 

Dent. Hawthorne 252 

John 2-,2 

Mahel Claire 252 

Margaret 252 

Rachel Sue 2',2 

William 251. 252 

Devotion. Eunice 52 

Dickinson. Delilah II 70. 98 

Dickson. Mary qn 

Diniock. Erwin O. (see Dyni'-ck).. .. l.sO 

Diston, Susan 251 (bis) 

Dodge, Frank S 189 

George B.. Prof IS9. 189 

Mary E 189 

Donaldson. Mary .Augusta 96. 142 

Donnclle. Beniamin 47. (17 

James S.. Dr 94 

Doiigan. Martha 208. 209 

William 208 

Dorchester. Sarah 5.1.' 8t 

Dornier. Mary i.V 18 

Dow. Eunice 81. 124 

Drown. Edward 9<) 

Frank H 99 

George P.. Dea 70, ')>) 

Dunham. 85 

Duiming. Emily S 22,^ 

I'.udora D 224 

l-'reeland 224 

Hannah 22.? 

Henry W 22_-), 

Harrison 224 

Horatio 224 



Rachel D 224 

Solomon 22^^ (bis) 

William h". 223 

Durbon. James M 217 

Jerusha M 216 

Durkce (or Durgin). Robert 85 

Duslin. ICli/abetli 19. 26 

Dwimiell, Charhitle 95 

Dymock. Sally (see Dimock) 81. 124 

Easter, Lydia 112 

Eastman, Deborah 19 

Deborah Corliss 27 

John 27 

Eaton. Solon W 98 

Theoi)hilus 5-, 

Edgerton. 3(1 

Cynthia 155. 186 

FJeazer 49 

Jabcz 241 

Josliua .?6. 49 

Sally 81. 124 

Sophrone 110 

Edmund. Caroline Louisa.. ^ \ 

Georgiana Sophia ' ..I " 

Henry. Rev 242 

Edwards. Esther 5.S. 82 

Mary 148 

Elberson, Lucretia 10.=;. i.SO 

Elder. Charles 103 

Elizabeth. 17 

Ella. 250 

'■Jlice. Jose|)h 24 

Ellis. .Abigail 157 

Benjamin 80.8.',. 132 (bis) 

Benjamin. M.D 52 

larnline 1.12 

Emeline 13- 

Emnia 95 

llenrv 246 

Horace K 132 

Jemima 33' 44 

l.ucinda 13-2 

Lucy 44. 66 

Lydia 246 

Mary .Ann 13.2 

Sarah Palmer 52, 80 

Sibyl (widow) H. 44 

Stephen (& 

Elmer, Roswell 248 

Elmore, Thaddei-s 52 

Ely. Mrs. Mary 79- "9 

F.merson. Lydia I47 

England. Rev. E. B.. D.D 222 

Herbert Kingsbury 222 

Erskine. Isabel Becclier 103 

John. Col 103 

Fva. 128 

Evans. Lorenzo Dow 147 

Exens. Mary 106 

Everett. Betsey 45. 67 

Eleazer. C:i\n 45. 67 

Sally 45. 67 

Fairbanks. Benjamin 33 

Fairchild (or FairfieldL Nich 42 

Fales. Joseph 32 

Fancher. 75. 106 

Fannitig. Deborah 51 



XXIV 



INDEX. 



Fanny, J51 

Farr, O. S go 

Farrar. George 113 (bis) 

Humphrey 113 

Jacob II.? (bis) 

Lucy 113 (bis) 

Timotliy. Hon 113 

Farrer, 232 

Farrington. 45 

Minnie 184 

Fassett. Clara Louise 6'? 

Hildreth Castle 63 

Fay. Lucretia 135 

Mary (Grover). Mrs 150 

Fellows, .\ltana 74. 105 

Fclton, Sarah Eugenia 64 

Fenn, Rachel Vienna 123 

Rhoda 161 

Fentress, David 120 

James III 190 

Ferguson. 237 

Ferguson. , Surg 2ig 

Field, 250 

Amelia A 250 

Calvin n; 

H. M., D.D 114 

Martin 132 

Sophia 79, 119 

Fillebrown, Sarah A 93, 140 

Fillmore, Mary A 217 (bis) 

Finck, . Dr 75 

Finlc, Frederic 211 

Fish, Mary 156, 186 

Fisher, ^2 

A. B 222 (bis) 

Abigail 233.246 

Albert A 233 

Allen 233 

Amos 24 

Asa 2i3 

Asa Jay 222 

Donoll 17 

Eleazer 246 (ter) 

Hannah 25, 246 

Irene 41 

James 246 

Japhet 46 

John 2i3 

John. Capt 225 

Martha 24, 32 

Maude 222 

Pelatiali 41 

Rebecca 233 

Sally 2?? 

Fisk, — Yi 

Fiske. Adeline M 229 

Eliza Ann 141 

Fitch. Ebenezer (or Eliczcr) 50 

Elizabeth :;n. 77 

Sarah D 243 

Flagg, Jeremiah 67 

Flagnor (widow ot Thomas) 41. 62 

Flanders, 47 

Charles 47 

George 47 

Henry 47 

William 47 

Fletcher. Ellen Clarissa 116 

Polly 242 



Flint, Edwin P 133 

Phillip 84, 133 

Foals, .'Varon 104 

Foote, Deborah 168 

Emily 82, 130, 133 

Forbes, Julia A 223, 224 

Foster, , Dr 66 

Fletcher 249 

John 249 

Josiah 249 

Polly 106 

Smith 249 

Stephen, Jr 98 

Susannah (Kingsbury) 249 

Fowler, Emma J 95 

Fox. Alice 217 

Clara 217 

Fanny 213 

Sarah G 134 

Foy, 122 

Freeman, Frederick, Rev 65, 92 

Sarah R _. . . . .65. 92 

French, Phebe 49, 76 

Sarah M 225. 227 

Fuller, Abigail 24, 31 

Calista 134 

Daniel 243 

Delia J 135 

Elizabeth 13, 18 

Elizabeth Harlow 79, 117 

James R 42 

Thomas 18 

h'ulton, Charles S 227 

Gertrude 227 

Jennie A 227 

William H 225 (bis). 226 

Willie IT ..227 

Gallagher. John E 148 

Gallaudet, 142 

Gallop, Samuel. Capt 17 

Gallup, .(Xmanda M 149 

Benjamin Kingsbury 149 

Caroline Rebecca 104, 148 

Charles F" 104, 148 (bis) 

Charles H 149 

Emily D 149 

Frank D 149 

George Russell 149 

Stella H 148 

Gallupe, George -Sheldon (Gen.) 181 

Sadie Marie 181 

Samuel Godfrey 181 

Gardner E 96 

Garrison, 43 

Gales, Daniel 244 

Elizabeth 105, 150 

Frank B 144 

Lydia 244 

Sarah 157. 244 

Stephen 244 

Wilder Frank 144 

(jay. Calvin 32 

Ebenezer, Rev 32 

Joanna 32 

Jp'^i-'pli- ■ ■ ■ ; 1 • • 34 

Nathaniel. Lieut 25. 33 

Louisa S 142 

Rebecca 32 



ALLIED FAMILIES. 



. 130 (his). 17.1 ( 



Susannah 

Williain 

Gear. .-Vnnie 

Geary. , Gov. . . . 

Gerrisli. Martha. . . . 
Giddings, Martha.. .. 

Sarali 

Gifford. .-Xbbie Agnes. 

.Alonzo Tracy. . . . 

Ellen Maria 

Eli 

Emma Lillie. . . . 

George Fitch. . . . 

Lois Eliza 

Maud Lena 

Richard Tracy. . . 

Ruth Louise. . . . 
Gilbert. Anna Frances 

Claudius. Dr. . . . 

Hattie Elizabctli. . 

Henry E. H.. .. 

Henry Kingsbury. 

John 

Mary Elizabeth 

Sarah 

Solomon 

Tho 

Willis 18, 

Gillespie, .Mbert 250 ( 

Frederick 

James 

Julia ( Kettee) 

Gillett. 

Lucy 105. 

Gilliam. Elizabeth 118. 

Gillis, .\rchibald Leach 

.■\rchie Coburn 

Candacc Isabel 

Gilpatrick. Miriam 103. 

Gilson. Caroline 

Joseph 

Muncia 

Gleason, Charles K 

Edwin P 188, 

Georgiana S 

Harvey R 

Julia C 

William S 

Glover. George Bates 

Reuben 

Goddard. Betsey 74. 

Gold. John 35. 

Goodale. 

Clarrie L 97. 

Walter 

Goodrich. Susan 

Susannah 

Goodwin. 

Andrew Kingsbury 

Elizabeth T5.=i (his). 

Ellen 

Fanny R 81. 

George 107. 

George Henry 

Harriet Talcott 

Maria 

Mary Edwards 

Polly.. .. 

Susan Leavitt 



32 
32 

84 
164 
114 
49 
113 
113 
113 
113 
113 
113 
113 
113 
113 
113 
113 
173 
244 
T73 
\n-) 

173 

1.^3 

173 

123 

81 

17 

123 

bis) 

-'50 

250 

250 

128 

151 
164 

145 
145 
145 
147 
148 
148 
148 
198 
198 
198 
198 
162 
198 
249 
249 
105 
57 
75 
143 
76 
119 
79 
74 
155 
156 
155 
125 
154 
155 
155 
155 
155 
23 
155 



Gore. Wealthy .Xnn 

Gould. Betsey 

John A..' 

Gowan. .\lollie 

Gowdy, Theodore M 

Gowcn. Betsey 223, 

Granger, Clara .Mice 

EH Henry 

Eliza .Alniira 

Florence 

Francis 106, 

Julia Harriet 

Miranda 

Susie 

William, Judge 

Grant, l.ora 



1,32 
103 
32 
241 
251 



'.1- 



152 

152 
152 
L5' 
152 
152 
'52 
216 
146 

Marsh 101, 146 

.Minnie 146 

Solomon 241 

Walter 146 

Gravestone Record. . . .38. 54, 55. 57, 58, 241 

Green, 66 

.Anna 234 (bis) 

Julia A ns 

Peter 26 

Greene, Ruth .-\my 149, 179 

Grccnleaf, 48. 73 

Samuel 35 

Greenlease, Alary 210 

Greenough, Elizabeth 35. 47 

Greenslit. Joel 57 

Gregory. .Addison 221 

.\uguslus 221 

Douglas 221 

Edwin 220 

Henry 221 

Madison 221 

.Algro '. 221 

Griffin, Tamar 220 (bis) 

Griggs, Joanna D 134 

Griswold, 46 

Joshua 74 

Groger, Emily 150, 181 

John 150, 180 (bis) 

Grossman, J. F 236 



Grover, .Anne (Bidwell) 79, 

Mary 

Guild. Joanna 18, 

Gunckel, Mrs. Kate .M 125, 

Gurney, Cvrene 62, 

N.. ..' 

Guthrie. .Austin .Albert 

Hack, Will 

Haines (or Haynes,) 

-Aima M 

Elizabeth 

Jonathan 38, 

Margaret 27, 

Mary 

Sarah 19, 

Thomas 

Hale, 

Biah 95, 

Eugene, Hon 

\athan. Capt 

Sarah 

Wait 



119 

150 
24 

170 
90 
90 

161 



127 

58 

58 

38 

58 

27 

58 

53 

141 

103 

50 

i.M 

132 



XXVI 



INDEX. 



Haling, Alice Kingsbury 199 

Earle Kenneth igg 

George Francis 162. igg 

Howard Andrew 199 

Hall. ,?i. 218 

. f'^e\- 43 

.-Mice 214 (bis) 

Edward 127 

Eliza 127 

Elizabeth Wier 150 

Ellen F 224. 226 

Ethel Virginia 162, 199 

Frederick 127 

Helen L 227 

Hiram M 96 

J. M 96 

John 127 

John, Judge 82, 127 

Junius 127 

Levi Wells 127 

Lizzie 208 (bis) 

Lucinda H 227 

Maria 127 

Maxwell 127 

Rebecca '18 

Sarah 99 

Sophia 127 

Williani 149 

William W 225, 227 

Harriet, 251 (bis) 

Halleck, D. F., Rev 150, 181 

Lora i8r 

Hallowell, Katie Bell 94, 140 

Halpine, Frank T 144 

■ Mary E 144 

Stella M 144 

Terry 97, 144 

Ham, Elizabeth Jane 248 

Hammond, .'Mien. .. . , 53 

Alvin 53 

Calvin 53 

Candace 53 

Chester 53 

Dorothv ^^ 

Eli.. .," 53 

Elijah ?,(>. s^ (liis) 

Elizabeth 53 

George 53 

Hannah 53 

Jason 53 

Lemuel 5,?. 84, 134 

Lora .Amelia 134 

Manton 53 

Nathaniel 53 (l)iV) 

Priscilla jt^ 

H,-impshire, R. A 193, 200 

Rowena Kingsbury 200 

Hanchett, Nancy 52 

Hannah, 19, 25, j6, 35, 113, 249 

Hansell, Howard 210 

Robert 210 

Hardin. Jesse B 211 

Harding, 31 

Joseph 26 

Harmon, Margaret (or Eunice) 218 

Harris, Jane 116 

Hart, Lucy F 153. 184 

Hartranft, , Gov 164 



Hartshorn, Asa 80, 121 

Julia 122 

Kingsbury 122 

Lurena 74, 106 

Harver, Annie 250 

Harvey, Joseph 172 

Harwood, Abner 76 

Clayton 76 

Ellen 76 

Haskins, Emery W 215 

John 17 

Hastings, 153 

.Abijah 99 

Lucretia Betsey 70. 99 

Hatch, Anne 5;, 81 

B ^ ^ \". 90 

Hatliaway, Emma C 2.n0 

James 250 

Hathorn, Sarah 22,^. 224 

Haven, Noah ^2 

Haver, Mary Ellen 115, i6a 

Hawes. Wliliani Henry 162 

Hawkes, Emily 156, 187 

Hawkins, H. A 119 

Margaret Russell 183. 107 

Hawks, .\bigail lOi 

Haxmal, 25, .?4, 141 

Hayden, Abbie H 80, 123 

Daniel 123 

Hayward, widow of John 242 

Mary D 242 

Thomas 242 

Hazel, 218 

Hazelwood, Sarah .-V 145 

Hazen, ."Xnn 43, (15 

Hannah 49 

Heald, Sadie M 93 

Heath, Ronialuia .\ (or Malvina) 251, 252 

Heaton. Mary 71. 99 

Hedrick. Ida 184 

Heigl, Sarah 225, 227 

Heiner, Carrie Kingsbury 213 

Melville Everett 210, 213 

Hemans, .Alice J 184 

Henderson, Elizabeth 214 

Sarah E 223, 225 

Hennesy, Margaret 175, 193 

Herring, 142 

Hibbard, Esther 76 

Hidden, Sarah 13 

Hier, Lydia J. . . 105. 149 

Hill, .Abigail 51, 79 

Bethia 51 

Catherine 44 

Lnogene Debila 149, 180 

Jacob, Capt 52 

Josiah J2 

Sarah 36, 52 

Hills, .Addison 133 

Eveline 133 

Lucien 133 

Jedcdiah 83, 132 

Julianne 133 

Hines, Belle 207, 208 

William 208 

Hitchcock, Climena no, 160 

Edward Grifiin 63 

Edward Northrup 63 

Edwin Sherman 164 



ALLIED FAMILIES.' xxvii 

Elizalietli Fuller 164 llul)l)arcl. Alice Sophia 219 

Ellie Teiiney 6.? Delia DemiiiK 219 

Frederick Kingsbury 164 ICber W.. Dr 218, 219 

Fred L, Col 118. 164 luKviu Kingsbury 219 

Harriet Castle 63 (ieorge Canning. M.D 219 

Harvey Rexford 63 Nathaniel. Dea 55 

Henry Payson 164 \';ui Huren, M.I) 219 

John Partridge 164 William Wood. M.D 2ig 

Lily f)3 llnglis. Louise 134 

Mabel Winchester 63 .Mary Laura 158 

Mary 164 llulburd. 166 

Mary Rebecca (>^ Dwight 166 

Hittel, May 211. 213 Horace 120. 166 

Hodgden. Lillian 224. 226 Humphrey, Mary Helen 74 

Hodgkins. .\sahel B 95. 141 llumpliries, NLirtha 161 

Cynthia Johnson 95, 141 limit. I'".l)enezer (or Eleazer). M.D.. .. 78 

Ellen .'KmaiHla 95. U' l-:i)enezer Kingsbury 78 

Holbrook, Amos 34 Eleazer Ponieroy 78 

Eunice 32 Luenna P 112 

Miriam 24. 31 .Mary Elizabeth 78 

Holland. Alonzo 226. 228 Mary George 170. 19.2 

Frank 228 Ruth Frances 78 

Gertie Alma 228 Hunter. .-Me.xander 143 

Hollenbeck. Betsey 7,?. 104 Cornelia Ella .219 

Hollister. Shclton T31. 173 Jennie Cambell gS. 145 

Jlolmes, 134 Huntington, .Azel 2,^0 

David 2i0 Christopher 74 

Isaac 235 Harriet 230 

James Halidon 04 S>arah 49. 74 

John L 04 Hurst, David.. .... 209,212 

Joseph 24 Hutchins, Benjamin, Col 216 

Julia Root 120.250 Elizabeth 27 

Laura D 96, 14? Hutchinson, Caroline Sophia 129 

Trvphena.'. ','. ', '. '.'. .. .. .. ..106. 152 David 209. 211 this) 

Holow'ay, Samuel 17 (his) Edward Frankhn 211 

Holt, Abigail 38. 57 1'-"'' S"l'l"a ■• •• 129 

Homer, Harriet M 68, 06 Hannah 30. S". 216 

John 96 Henry Willard 129 (bis) 

Mary Ann.'.' .' . 68, 96 J"liii 211 

Hood. , Gen 100 Joseph Willard 129 



Hosley. Sally 46 



Lois 55' 84 



Hosmer, Diana. '.'. y .:'..". . '1. ' I53 \f'"' i'="'"'i^- Ifr, 

Frederick Nort.m 147 ^'.';.7 ,^,':'.!.*«''""^ I'^ 

Harriet i.S3 

Harriet E I47 

Harvey 153 

James i5.3 

James K 104. I47 

John 78 

John Kingsburv 147 

Tl 1 ' , r\'T T-5 l.l^lliailll n'' 

Pf'^y-- p '°7. ..? p;^,^;,,,. ,30 

Stephen E. 47 ,,^,„„.,,, 4^ 

Hotchkiss. Elijah 122 j.^^.^^j^ .^^ ^^ ^^^■^) 



Ruth Eliza 129 

Sarah R 118, 163 

Willard. Dea 82. 129 

Hyde. Abigail 45. 68 

Betsey .'\nn 67. 93 

Ducy 51 

Emily Hollister I.?0 

Ephraini 49 



Rebecca 122 



[anus 5' 



Houghton, Clarence Willie I39 Jonathan 4>l 



Oscar Wallace 139 

Wallace W 8y (bis), 139 (bis) 



loseph 49 

Marv 49 



House. Simeon 56 Mary Ivlizabeth i,?o 

Hovey. 103 I'hebe 4'» 

How, Mary II3 Rebecca 49 

Howard. Betsey 134 Ruth 49 

Howe. Tama '49 Sarah 36. 49 

Sir William 50 5'''^;i'''v, ■''' 

Howes, Earle Kingsbury I99 T, C. P i,?o 

Harold Kingsbury I99 

Lawrence Kingsbury '99 Ilsley, Joseph 26 

William Henry 198 Inches. Louise Pomcroy 78 

Howig, Frank. Dr 101 Ingersoll, Clarissa 107, 153 



XXVUl 



INDEX. 



Isham. Casper 162, 199 

Ives, Mary 78 

Jacobs. Sarali 249 

James, Alice 230 

Jameson, 247 

Jacquith. Frank H 186 

Frederick L 186 

Harry F 186 

Levi L 154. 185 

Mary A 186 

Jayne. Nettie V 22^. 226 

Jeiiks. . Mrs 220 (bis) 

Jenkins. James 48 

Jennings. James Henry 162. 199 

Ruth Kingsbury 199 

Jerez, Don M 235 

Jessup, Elizabeth 164 

VVilliam. Hon 117 

Jeweti. Frederick A 95 

Harriet Kingsbury 93 

Sylvanus. Rev 67. 93 

Johnson, Cynthia 95. 141 

Fanny 122 

Ida E 175, 193 

Mehitabel ^4, 46 

Jones, Belle L 68, 94 

Elizabeth 72 

Isaac 55 

Joseph 17 

Lydia 36. 55 

Martha E 145 

WilHam 55 

Jordan, L. G., Rev 90 

Miles 17 

Joslin. Sarah E 98, 146 

Jndson, I^sthcr 13, 18 

Samuel 18 

Kampon. Nannie M 93, 140 

Kately, 180 

Kaylor, Minnie 170, 192 

Kean, Helen A-.hland 172, igi 

Keller. Mary M 151. 182 

Keeney. , Mayor 2,50 

Alice 250 

Grace 250 

Robert 250 

Rockwell 250 

Keith, Anna 187 

Kellam. Charlotte F 119, 166 

Kellogg, Edward 158, 189 

Laura Louise 163 

Mary Ann 124. 170 

Nellie 1S9 

KeniD, Sarah Emma 98, 145 

VVillinm 143 

Kendrick, Mary .Adelaide 2,1,0 

Kennedy, Nancy 236 

Keui. Alniira Louisa 112 

-'I'hn y^. 47 

Rebecca 35, 47 

Rebecca (Sunicrbv) ?S. 47 

K.rr. L). M '. '.'.231 

Frederic 231 

Helen 2^1 

J. G.. Dr 67 

Pauline 231 

Kfzia, 24. ^2 



Kibbe. Albert F 157. 187 

Ellen S 187 

Kibbee. Hannah 26. 35 

Kilbourne, Charles B 144 

Ellen M 144 

Frederic S 144 

Lewis S 97. 144 

Kilpatrick, 207. 208 

Kimball. M. W 128 

Kingsby 246 

Kingsley. JmIiu 134 

May 226. 22^ 

Nancy Morgan 79. 118 

Kinnee. Susan 108. 155 

Kinney. A. H. P 131 

Kirtland, Elizabeth 1(51 

Kressler, Anna L 118, 164 

Krom, Charles 211 

Ladd, gi 

Abigail 37 

Abijah 37 

Anna 37 (bis) 

Daniel 37 

David 37 

Eliab 37 

Elisha 37 

Elizabeth ,y (bis) 

Ephraini 37 (bis) 

Eunice 37 

Ezekiel y (ter), ^1) 

Hannah 37 

James 90 

Jesse 37 

John 37 

Jonathan 27, 37 (quin) 

Joseph 40 

Lucy 7,y, no 

Lydia '. . i,y 

Ruth 37 (bis> 

Samuel 37 (bis). 40 

Sarah 37, 77 

Susannah ,i,y 

Zuriah 37 

La Due. Mercy .Ann 156. 187 

La Grande. William dc 77 

LatLan. Pearl Viola 170. 192 

Lampherc, Abbv Jane is7. 188 

Mary ' 157, 188 

Lamphford. Frederic 212, 213 

Lane. William Thomas 175 

Lang. . Mr- 236 ( bis) 

Edward J 193, 200 

Edward Kingsbury 200 

Paul Smith 200 

Laughton, Sophia 107, 154 

Lawrence, ,\lljert Gallatin 16) 

Hannah 48, 74 

Layman. Mary E 125, 170 

Lea. Abel 247 

Leach. Bessie Electa 231 

Ruth 231 

.Sophia 229 

Stephen E 231 

Learned. Elijah 246 

Rufus 247 

Leavens Dorothy 73, 104 

Leavenworth. Eliza 80, 122 

Frederick. Dr 122 

Jesse ^122 

Mark. Rev 122 



ALLIED FAMILIES. xxix 

Leavey, Sarah -2-24. 226 Manahan, CliarUs \V 222 (bis) 

Lee. Roswell 167 Kurctla F 222 

Samuel Kingsbury 167 Kiltie 222 

William Whitney 120. 167 Manana. Sarah 18 

Leonard, Benjamin 94 Mann, Bcriah 26. ,34 

Hannah 75 i-izzie no 

Lois 23. ,?i Marden, Henry, Rev 68 

Temperance 68. 94 Margaret, 5 (1>>^)- M 

Lewis. Hannah ^4- .1-- 4-2 Marsh. Abigail Sally 74. I05 

John, Rev ill Frances V if)8 

Lillie. Charlotte Lli/abetli 116. 16.^ Susannah 78. 104 

Elizabeth 109 Marshall, l)el)or;ili 81 

Frederic A 16.? John 5-2. 81 (bis) 

George A 162 Richard 17 

George Henrv 16,1 -Marx. Henjannn Lodge 64 

Ira 77 (bis). 109 (bis) .Mary. 1.?. I7- n. ^i- i-^- 'I-2- 

Jannette 109 243, 250. 

Marcus, Hon 109. 1 [6, 162, 163 Mason, Caroline -3 

Mary Eunice i6,? Charles Haines 101 

Linscot. Joshua 48 Edwin C, Gen 101 

Littel, J. H., Rev 212 I'rances Kingsbury 101 

Little. Charles 102 (bis) Katliro .Montague lOi 

David 10- Mary Needham lOt 

Knima 77. ".l Sampson. Gen 101 

Frank 102 Mather. Cotton 18 

Henry William 102 Esther 47- 7i 

Tesse 113 John C no 

Lydia 26 Seidell 171 

Sarah 26 Matteson. .\lvan Tcnney 63 

Locke. Lovina 70. 98 .Vngeline Lovina (p 

Lucretia .U. 43 (ter) Effie 03 

Logan. Jonathan i.?4 Emma .'\letta 0.3 



Looniis. 



218 Florence Dora 63 



Abigail 75 



^^^,^, . „ Hiram .Austin 63 

Albermarle 129 Hiram Cecil f'3 

Fdwin D 128 Mayhew. Mary J 9>. KV) 

Elizabeth M>. 5'' Meachani. -Abigail 250 

Freddie m Desire 214 

George N 120 Mead. Daniel 101,140 

Mary ^^'- .^4 (lieorge Herbert 64 

Mary Elizabeth m Helen Dorothy Frida 64 

Oliver Sweetland ni 1 leiiry Castle Albert •• 64 

Polly loS Melendy. Louise D dq. 97 

Willia Sereno 'i' .M. lien, N.. or Miller 81 

Lord, Eliza Anne 1.^2, 175 .\K,-iam. Josiah. Jr 243 

Mary Jane 132 M^rriam. '^3 

Lothrop, Esther (Clark) 5' Keziah .U. 44 

Lovatt. Benjamin. Lieut 24*' Merrick. 78 

Benjaiuin K "- Lucinda 78 

Thomas 02 j^[j^.^^j„ j^u^,^. Carleton 127 

Love. Anne Wardrop 2iy Evan 127 

Loveioy. -i~ Q,,y 81. 127 

"a'^^y in Metcalf". M 

lohn 2.j- v,i,.i,„„i 13. 18 



Michael 13- 

Stephen ^^ 



Lowrey. Ida Beatrice 64 ,j,^^,„.,. 

Lucas. Lucy 2" Tlumris!! '.'.]'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'....■ 25 

Lucmda, -'^ William 9i 

Lydia, .*■; Meyer. 1 lannah Julia 63 

Lyman, -- ■• ^- ILarvey Rexlord 63 

•;^"". ^,- ; i^o 17' Randolph Howard 63 

f^"'-'""^-' J '■^°' ^- William Charles 63 

_, Lewis 1.54 

Mack. Francs /6 Lewis G 62 

George A Lucina C 152, 183 

Gcorgiana /J> filler, Ann 107. "54 

Mac!^Xr.judithV. •.■.;:;■.■.::::: :: 94 ^j'!!''^''"'^,--- ,0^ 

M.ain. N.atlianiel 35 M-Hs. Sallie. -09 

Makee. Rose Williams 64 Zacharn.h -5 



XXX INDEX. 

Mitchell, Charles L 2io McGregor, Louisa 223, 224 

Florence E 210 McKee. Elizabeth 128, 171 

Helen J ■ 210 McMillan. Mary 113 

Jane T 210 McNearney. 209 

Mix, Matilda 132 

Modeniann, ElizalK-ih lyo Nash. Catherine Jedidah go 

Mofilte, Adelbert H 221 Charles Torrty 90 

-\llen P 221 Chester 62, 90 

Alvin A 221 Cynthia Kingslntry 90 

.Xrthi'.r D 221 Edv/in Chester 90 

Augustus 221 Harriet Amelia 90 

Eber 220 (bis) Jane, widow 104, 149 

Harvey H 221 Needham, Hannah 108. 158 

Molly, 85 Nelson, Grace 179, 197 

Monroe and Francis 42 ^'"''-V 208,209 

Montague, Harriet too Nettie, 250 

Moore, 8o, 122 Nettleton, 85 

Adel Gaunet 100 Edwin .S 122 

Charlotte M 100 Newell, Josiah , .. 25 

Frances Montague 100 Newt(jn, John 247 

George Schuvler 100 Nichels, Samuel, Capt 241 

Hannah (WaVe) 46 Nicholson, Selma 159. 189 

James Lansing 100 Nickum. Webster 211 

James T., Capt 100 Nicoll, Annie 14.:; 

John 211 Niebarger, Elizabeth 105, 151 

Katharine i/O Niles, .A.gnes M 146 

Laura Hekn 100 Josiah S 98, 146 

Mary Almarine 100 Norcross, 41 

Schuvler 71, too Northruii, 218 

Thon'ias 2og Norton, H. B 91 

Thomas, Rev : 72 Horace 63. 91 

Morris, Lizzie L 62 .Myra 160, 191 

jMorey. Annie J 93 Nott, Dr 121 

George, Rev .t,2 Noyes, 2^2 

Hannah 18 Nutting, Mary 81. 124 

Mehitabcl iS, 24 Nye, Adeline (16 

Susannah 18, 2,>: Apollos 44, (16 

Morgan, Edward P (18, 94 Charles 66 (bis) 

Gerry Austin 94 Irene 66 

Newell Kingsbury 94 John Warren.^ 66 

Morris, Lucy 155 Lucy Addie Caroline 66 

Morrison, Joseph 209 (bis) Mary B 66 

Mira Lsabel 249 Washington 66 

Morse, ^2 Willie 66 

Antliony 26 Zulina C 66 

Arthur T , 222 

James M 222 (bis) Ogden. Alice Emma 160 

Lorenp. ;?. 45 Charlie Robinson. 160 

Lydia . 112 Ella Ruth 160 

Moselev, Pcabofiv. !'..".."..'.'.'.'. v. '.'. 40 John Thomas 160 

Mosley. Harriet P.ucklev M4 "loott. Rachel 46. 70 

John H ' 1 54 < )lmstead, 55 

Mott, Harriet N 134 Demson 83 

Munroe. Eiuilv 229 Lucius 83 

_\l;iry 1 229 Nathaniel, M.D 55, 83 (bis) 

^liins.>n,' Ho!;ice.'.' .'." .' .' '.'. '.'. .'. ..84. n? Olson, Esther 2,^6 

Murcur. Malon 1^2 Ormsbee, 105, 150 

Murphy. Ellen 186 Carlton S 150 

Myrick, Frederick 213 Charles Clark 150 

LL-irry 21? Myron Dennis 150 

P. f' 210^ 212 Ormsbury, Charles Montague 246 

f )riur, (jeorge 210, 212 

McClennan. 250 Lillian 212 

McCrary, Ji.lin H jir William Benjamin 212 

McCreary, .\.'a jii Orwell, Caroline H 120. 166 

Frank 200,211 (bis) Osborn, Sarah O 132. 173 

Jennie 211 Osborne. Mary 76, 107 

Mary 2ir Osgood, Eliphalet 244 

McCulloch, Sar.di 107, 154 M.ary 244 

McDonald, John ji6 Ruby 70, 97 



AtUED FAMILIES. xxxi 

Page. Alice 225, 227 Ptik. Alfred Pliineas 64 

Cyrus Ill Ann I-"lizabeth 158 

Edith Guild 142 CliarUs Alfred 64 

Electa Maria in IClKiiezer 108, 158 

Krwin in l'"raiil< Ratliburn 64 

Harlan 71. iii, 114, icy (Jiles Henry 1 SS 

Harlan Kingsbury 111 Harriet Louisa 64 

Harlan Marius in I Icnry 158 

Josie Electa in John 76 

Sarah Elise. M-idam in Laura 158 

Paine (see Payne) Levi Tenney 64 

.'Mice Peabody 167 Lucy 221 

Charles 120. 167 l.ydia .Maria 76 

Ella 250 Mary .Anienia 64 

Stephen 55 Mary 1 yb 

Palmer, .\lice BiuKhani 16.?. IQI Marv Lovina 76 

.\sa .". 51 Phebe K 158 

Charles A 214 (terl Peniitield, Ellen 220 (bis) 

Jerome 214 I'ennina, .Mary 246 

Palmerlec (see Parmelee) Peoble, .Sojjliia 79, 118 

F'ermelia 151. 182 Pepijer. David Joline 219 

Panet, Margaret 50. 76 Perkins. Francis U 152 

Park. Stanton 84 Perry Cora 97 

Parker, Barr 228 Eusebia 6y, 96 

Frank C 140 Pettite. Gertrude Everett 64 

Fred Knovvlton .' 145 PfalT, Otto C. M.D 184 

Freeman, Rev 103 Pfeiffcr. Elvira 119 

HeUn .\1 99 PhiHis. 242 

J<din 96 Phebe, 26, 35. 48 

Jonas 70, 99 I'hclps, Abigail 36. 52 

Lewis 745 Gertrude Redfield 129 

Mary ,\ 99 Harriet Augusta 129 

Rebecca , 103 ilelen .Maria 129 

Samuel 25 Mary 36, 53 

Parks. Isabel Erskinc 103 William Redtield 129 

Robert Hall 103 Philijjs. 209 

Parmelee, Elizabetli 01i\e 63 Phillii)s. Donald 17 (bisi 

Gertrude Maria 63 Pliipps, William, Capt 17 

Harriet Clarinda 6? Pickett, Lucv R 79. Ii9 

Mary Elizabeth 63 Pierce. Eliz.abeth 48. 73 

Parsons. F.benezer no Jeannie 112 

liliza 141 .Nathaniel H 141 

J. M 102 Sarah .Ann 95. I4I 

Partridge. Joshua 26 Pike, Benjamin 26 

Silence 26. .'4 Hannah 26 

Patten or Patton. John 26 

David 54 Joseph 19. 26 

Delia 243 Mary 26 

Jesse 43. C5. 92 Sarah. 26 

Lydia R.. widow 43. 65 Thomas 26 

Piiny ?4 Timothy 72 

Patterson. Harvey D 99 Pi'^'. Sally 97. i-U 

Lewis Clinton 231 Pitkin. 84 

Mary A 99 Elisha 56. 84 

Norman X'inctnt 231 Henry 155 

.Susan 109. 159 Maria Goodwin 155 

W.J 231 Place. Miriam 72. 103 

Paul. Samuel 48 Plympton. Henry ^2 

Pavne, Stephen 55 Sarah J 66. 92 

Pease, .Mpheus 83. i.u Poland. Barnet. Dea. 247 

Betsey i?? Sarah Maria 247 

Bushua 83 Polk. Maria I.?4 

Calista ^.U Pollard. Dwight E 188. 200 

Joseph 133 Frank E 200 

Lemuel i.?3 George H 200 

\Iary 218 Fomeroy. -Mice in 

Ossian 13.'? Betsey (Eliza) 78 

Paulina i,« Chauncey 7.'^ 

Roxanna ' ..81. 126 Daniel in 

Sarah. Mrs 218 (bis) Ebenezer 78 



INDEX. 



Ponieroy. Eleazcr 50. 55. 77, 83 (bis) 

George no 

George Henry m 

Georgians m 

Ida R 335 

Isaac Newton 78 

Manila J ^.^5 

Mary 78 

Mary C -^35 

Parkhurst E AM. -'35 

Sibyl 78 

Simeon 56 

Sterling 8.i 

Wealthy 83 

Pope, Lucy Ann f>i. 01 

Porter. Alva no 

Anna 96 

Clarissa io« 

Ebciiezer 7". no 

Eleazer 108 

Epbraini 108 

Eunice log. 162 

John 77 

Jonathan 77 (bis) 

Kingsbury io8 

Lois Richards 50. 77 

Lovina 76 

Mary loS. 1 1 1 

Monroe H 1 10 

Paiiielia 108, 156 

Persis 75 

Phebe loS 

Rosaniia no 

Samuel 77 

Soph rone no, 112 

Stanley 77 

William 7f). 108 (bis) 

Post. Jedediah 131 

Ruth i(>i 

Potts, Henry E. B 97, 143 

Mary J 143 

Piitwiii. , Rev 112 

Prat, Henry 25 

Pratt, (Danfnrth) 243 

Lemuel 243 

Margaret 76, toy 

Sarah 243 

Prescott, Benjamin 56 

Preston, .\nn Jeannette 108, 159 

.Annie 189 

Herbert 1 158 

James Edwin i8g 

Mary Roxalla 189 

Nellie A 158 

Philo D. ,A 157, 189 

William 158 

Price. Ebenezer, Rev n.; 

Lavinia 74. 105 

Mary Farrar 74. 113 

William 113 

William. Ca])t 113 

Pride, .Abncr 51 

Priest. Ellen Maria 248 

Puffer. Elvira 166 

Polly !I2 

Pugli. Thomas. Dr ng 

(Juackenbush. Edwin Corning 252 



Rachel. 41,61,62, 

Rand, Elizabeth 

Ella A 

Emily A 

Harriette L 

Isaac, Dea 

Lyman F 

Selden F 

Randall, .Aurelia 

Charles T 

Cordelia 

Henry 22 

Jerusha 

Ranney, 

.Alma May 252 ( 

Earle K,.' 

Ernest Louis 

Myron W 

Warren 251 

Warren K 

Ransom, Lodemia 

Rawson, J. M 



90 

.. 18 

.. 98 

.. 98 

.. 08 

70, 98 

., 98 

,. 98 

, , 221 

. . i8g 

, . 221 

!20, 221 
■ . 179 
.. 252 

bis) 
252 
25^ 
252 



.So. 



.104. 



-'52 

84 

69 

248 

122 

^34 

65 

210 

149 

148 

00 

83 

237 

90 

95 
309 

90 
123 
227 

QO 



.vson, J. 
Satira 

Ray. Caroline Prudence 
Lavinia 

Raymond, Joel, Capt, . 

Realey, Eliza 

Reding, Maria 

Reed, Ai 

Benjamin K 

Busliua 

CM 

Carrie L 

Charlotte Dwinnell 

Cynthia 

Cyrus J 

Ebenezer 81 

Edna 

Eva M 

George D 225, 227 

George Milton 95 

Harriet 81, 123 

Josiah 242 

Nathan D 95 

Prentice J 62, 90 

Samuel A go 

Sarah 148 

William go 

William Bfjardman, Dr T29 

Reiner, Elizabeth 210, 212 

Reiifield, Charlotte 107 

Rest, 25, i3 

Reynolds, Amelia 82, 130 

Edward 130 

Elizabeth i.^o 

Ellen 130 

Freegrace, Rev 113 

Hannah Mariah 130, 172 

bdin H no 

Mary 51, 78 

Sarah 130 

Susan 82, 130 

Rice, .Almira 71, 100 

Calvin 218 

Charles 103 

Hannah 103 

Rebecca 103 

Sophia 103 

Thomas, Hon 72, 103 (bis) 



ALLIED FAMILIES. 



Rice. Warren io,'> 

William 103 

Richards. 32 

Abe. Capt 45 

Anna T i.M 

Lois 77 

Silence 45 

Richardson. Abigail 76. 107 

Alice Albert 142 

Caleb 7^ 

Edward Kingsbury 117 

Eugene Coy II7 

Franklin Howard 117 

Frederic Warren 117 

George Lee ii7 

Kcziah 75 

Lyman. Rev 79. 116 

Lyman Elv 117 

Nellie 117 

Sallic J 119 

William A2 

Richmond. Thomas i? 

Rider. Hannah 223 

Ridley. J. J.. Rev 118 

Riggs, 232 (bis) 

Nelson 232 (bis) 

Rindge Andrew J i.'!4 

Anna '34 

Hannah R 134 

Harriet E 134 

Jonathan K i.M 

Julius 1.34 

Justus '34 

Lodema 134 

Lora 134 

Lyman G 1.34 

Polly 1.34 

Samuel D 134 

.Susan Mary 134 

Thomas 84. i.34 (bis) 

Thomas J I34 

Rines. Richard 223 

Ripley. Hannah 52 

Nancv 52 

Will.'. 17 

Rising, George 7° 

Risk. James 125 

Robbins. Frances 63 

Jonathan. Derbv 4i- "- 

Mary 4i- 62 

Roberts. Daniel 54 

Dorothv .36. 56 

Sir William 245 

Robins. Elipha 63. 91 

Robinson. Melinda I07- 154 

Sylvira K I09. 159 

Rogers. Archie Billings 250 

Caroline A 124- 170 

Edward ■ ■ 250 

Elva -M. (or Elvira) 9». 1^5 

John i-t5 

Lucinda lo"- '^^ 

Marv B i'.3 



Thaddeus. . . 

Timothv. . . . 

William.. .. 
Rooker. William, 
Root. 



Rev. 



250 
250 

250 
217 

75 



Elijah Hammond 120 



Kingsburv 109 

I.ola.. ..' 2-'8 

Mary I20, i(yCi 

Nathaniel, Capt 50. 57. 75 

Sophronia 250 

Williston Kingsbury log 

Rose, 77 

Ross, Catharine 120, 166 

Lorinda 223. 226 

Rouk. Theodore 217 

Rowland. 1 larvey 188 

Rowley. Reuben 128 

Roval. George '59 

Rud.l. Mary i'>i 

William 52 

Russell. .Xiiiia '48 

Bushrod W 124, 148 

Charles 148 

Ellen 148 

George '48 

Grace '4" 

Sarah Louisa '48 

Rust, 49 

Freclovc 36, 5' 

Rebecca 49. 75 

Ryan, Betsey 82, 127 

Sadd, '--t 

Safford, Sallie J 2ig 

St. Clair. . Gen 5i- 75 

Sanborn, Eliura '.33 

Everett Walker 243 

John Crockett 243 (bis) 

Jonathan 83. 133 (bis) 

Kiiigsl)ury 243 

Lavinia '-3.3 

Mary Kingsbury 243 

Origen '•3.3 

Paul K 243 

Sanderson. George '32 

Sarah. -47 

Saunders. Laura 3^ 

Sawiii. .Abigail 3.3. 42 

Catherine 43. 05 

Sa.xe. Mary Jane 89, t.39 

Scarborough. Joseph 5° 

Schenck. Aaron 230 

Maria P -,230 

Mary Frances 230 (bis) 

Schermerhorn. Mary ijo 

Schocn. Bertrand Ferdinand 03 

Evelyn Henrietta 63 

Schofield. . Gen 100 

Scoles. Isaac 210 

Scott. Rowena '.32- UJ 

Sarah Melissa 116. '63 

Scout. Juliet J 71. 

Scovill. Alathca Ruth 122. 

William Henry '22. 

Scrivener (or Scrivens), Edwin 

Scabury. Benjamin 

.Sedgwick. Emily 

Seeburg. Catharine Olivia 235 (bis) 

Sessions. Mary Ann. . '34 

Seymour. Cornelius Lansing '53 

Henry 251 

Julius Hubbell 120. 25 1 

Kate Vanderhaydcn '53 

Mary '55 

Susan Hubbell 120. 251 



102 
168 

i(S8 
150. iHo 
51 
113 



XXXIV 



INDEX. 



Sliackford. Joseph W., Rev 165 

Sliaddinger. Laura 148 

Sheldon, 216 

Charles E 113 

Ethel 113 

Louise 113 

Ruth 113 

Sherman. Dyer 107. 152 

Ellen Douglass Green (Mrs.).. .. 64 

Je**ie 83 

Mary 107, 153 

Sarah Rathbone 169 

Thaddeus 83 

William T.. Gen 219 

Shipman, Edward 161 (bis) 

John 161 (bis) 

Joshua 161 

Samuel 161 (bis) 

Sarah Elizabeth 115. 161 

Shoemaker, Edith Lcona 253 

Shorter, John 245 

Shoudler. Ella 106, 152 

Shrady. .'\rthur. Dr 250 

Sibley, 155 

Jonathan 81. 123 (bis) 

Silsbe: Sally 74, 105 

Simonds, .Vhan Traeey 113 

Daniel 1 13 

Harlan Kcnnoth 113 

Sims. 159 

Skinner, Arthur 233 

Elemaver 45 

Elliott' P 130 

George 2^,2. 2Z5 

Herbert 233 

Jemima 34, 45, 141 

Slater, 75 

Slocum. 164 

, Gen 164 

Slosson. L. Z 146 

Small, Julia 2^2 (bis) 

Smith. 220 

.\llen 132 

.'\ndrew Kingsbury 153 (bis) 

.Ann 221 

.Anna 26 

.Anna E 156 

.Annie C 157 

.Asa 32 

Asa, D.D igo 

Barton 221 

Biah Hale 95, 141 

Burton Z2i 

Caroline W 143 

Celia 214, 215 

Charles T 157 

Channcev 157 

(Tlifton 6 157 

Cornelia 135 

Daniel 108. 156 

Daniel Kingsbury 156 

Darius 220, 221 (bis) 

David 221 

Dudley Kingsliury 102 

Edward C 157 

Edwin 221 

Ellen >2i 

Emma 236 (bis) 

Eugene 160 



Frank H 157 

Frank Tallant 63 

Frederic 157 

Harry D. W 157 

Helen 157 

Henry ..24, 156 

Henry B 157 

James G 156 

Joseph H 97, 143 

Joseph R 143 

Julia E 157 

Leonard 215 

Louisa 249 

Lovica Hutchins, Mrs 216 (bis) 

Luman 221 

RL Louise m 

Martha 36, 49 

Martha Jane 149, 179 

Mary IS7 

Mary .Addis 117 

Mary E 157 

Mary Ursula. 95. 141 

Nelson T 157 

Norman 107, 155 

Oliver 155 

Orlando 221 

Ralph Emerson 95, 141 

Rebecca 41, 61 

Rhoda },2 

Ruth ^2 

Sally 22 1 

Sarah 105, 150 

Sylve.stcr 221 

Thaddeus G 102 

William 137 

William B 143 

William Henry 157 

Snell, F. L., Dr 146 

Snively, James Ross 219 

Snow. Frederick Galen 63 

Snyder. 219 

Southworth. Frances Alontague.. ..71. 100 

William Throop, Dr 100 

Sparks, Joseph .A 96 

Si)alding, .Anna 131 

Azariah 48, 7}, 

Edward 48, 73. 98 

Sarah 48 (bis), 73 

Simeon, Gen 131 

Spaulding, Anna 35, 83 

.Arthur E I4(> 

David 35 

Deborah 36, 52 

Dorcas 35. ,l8, 56 

Edward 146 

Eleazer 26, 35 

Eunice 35 

Frank L 146 

George H 146 

Hezekiah 33 

< John, Rev 114 

Phebe 61. 89 

Penuel 35 

Timothy 35 

Spear, Lyman 71 

Spencer, Denman 155, 186 

Edwin , 76 

Lora 134 

Susan 136 



ALLIED FAMILIES. 



XXXV 



Spring. Fanny E 6q, iyj 

Squire, Deliverance 36, 4y 

Stanley. Hannah 77 

Stansell. Mary. Mrs 210 

Stanton, John 122 

Staples. Louisa G 120, 166 

Starr. Joseph 41. 62 

Martha 41. 62 

Sarah Cornelia 130. 172 

Stebbins. Clara Jane 80, 122 

Elijah. Jr 186 

Steckner, Frida 64 

Stcdman. Buckley 107 

Thomas 36 

Steele, Ellen Dennison 251 

Ruth 51, 79 

Steers, Mary 183. 197 

Stenton. Anna 161 

Stephens, . Dr 47 

William 244 

Stevens. Ellen L 113 

Elizabeth 15. 26 

Elthea 52 

Harriet 154, 186 

Ira 132 

John, Capt 74 

Stevenson, 218 

Lydia 150 

Nellie 93 

Sarah 209, 211 

Cecelia 160. 189 

Stickney, Kimb.ill 104 

Mary 35- 47 

Stiles. Diantha 230 

Job 230 

Stillman. 218 

Allvn. Capt 54- 82 

John !(■> 

Alary 82 

Prudence 82 

Samuel 244 

Samuel Allen 244 

Samuel Allyn 82 

Stimson. S. M.. Rev 151 

Stoddard. D. J 23 

Stone. Albert. Dea 92 

Caroline E 1\. 102 

Ebenezer 96 

Hannah 67. 92 

Huldah 70 

Stout. Mary B 20g. 210 

Stratton, Anna H I57. '88 

Streeter, Alonzo. Dr 109. 159 

Caroline Louisa I59 

Cynthia Maria '59 

Helen Cornelia '59 

John Mason Good .. 159 

Julia Augusta I59 

Stroub. Zelinda 1 224, 226 

Sturtevant. Luke 46 

Sullivan, , Gen 77 

Sully, Alfred, Gen 100 

Sumner, .Andrew 249 

John H 249 

Scth 46 

Susannah. M- 19-249 

Sutt<m (Seatton). Elizabeth 3i- 4i 

Swan. Anna M 125 

Sarah P 7i- I03. 104 



Sweetland, Harriet Elizabeth 110 

Harriet Mehitabcl 162. 198 

Henry Kirke While no 

Levi 77. no 

Levi Parsons 1 10 

Mary Ann 110 

Mehitabel no 

Oliver Walcott no 

Swift, Lemuel 106 

Sylvester, Susan A aj,. 225 

Taf;. Elvira (or Eloisa) 70. 98 

Taggart. Edgar 210 

I'-mma 210 

l-'lossie 210 

Irene 210 

Jane 210 

Lelitia 210 

Lucy 210 

Mary 210 (bis) 

Mattic 210 

Nora 210 

Rali)li 210 

Robert 210 (bis) 

Sallie 210 

Thomas 209. 210 (Icr) 

Thomas M 210 

Taintcr. Annie E 47. T- 

Talcott. Allvn K 158 

Chloe..' 76. 108 

Eleazer Ponieroy 78 

Henry 155 

Marv Kingsburv I55 

Moselcy 81. 124 

Russell 107. 155 

Russell Goodrich I55 



William. 



78 
Tappan. .\braham T 1- 

Patience 47- 72 

Tavlor. 250 

. Dr 17.? 

Bancroft 7' 

Eva 123- i'J9 



Jack 



181 
i(hj 



Joseph. Gen 123 

Mary L 125. 17" 

Tcnney. Abigail Jackson 63 

.\ngeline Lorainc 63 

Alvan 64 (bis) 

Edward Griswold 64 

George Bartlctt 64 

Harriet Newell 64 

Horace 63 

~ Ida Mary 64 

Levi 43- 63. 64 

Lucien Pomerov 64 

Mary 63 

Nancy .Ann Kingsbury 63 

Vernon Edward 64 

Vernon Lucien 64 

Wilhelmina 64 

Terrell, Thomas 5.^ 

Terry, .Mice 54- 83 

Caroline '.V 

Edwin '.'2 

Frederick i.V 

Harmon >.V 

Huldah 83. 132 

Julia 132 



INDEX. 



Terry. Louisa I.^j 

Mary 1,^2 

Rollin I,?-' 

Tlianki'iil. ,;4. 47 

Tliaycr. Joanna 17 

Jonathan. Jndge lo.s 

Sophia Howard 160. igo 

Thompson. Dorcas 4O. (x; 

Richard 174 

S. H 4-2 

Thrall. Nancy 108. 15S 

Susan 157 

Thresher. Constable 17 

Thurston. Nancy 4O 

Tibbetts. Isabel C 22},. 224 

Ticknor. . widow 7J. 104 

Tilden, Ellen Elizaljeth 146 

Lemuel 216 

Stillman 216 

Timberlake. .Mary .Ann 220. 221 

Time, Hugh 211 

Titcomb. Sanuiel 229 

Williaiu 229 

Todd, 250 

Ella 183, 197 

Lydia (Hideout) 103. 147 

Toiupkins. Cornelius 168 (bis) 

Torrey. Charles 118 

Totten. Carrie Louise 219 

Tower, Alice 180 

Carlos 180 

Clarence 180 

Clayton 180 

George 150. 180 

Townsend. .-Vdele 169. 192 

Edwin M 169, 192 

John 54 

Jonathan. Rev 25 

Tracey. Dudley 74 

Tracy. .Addison Leander 112 

.Ann L 112 

Daniel C 113 

F. Monica 112 

Frederic B 1 13 

Harlan Page 11^ 

L Rfth 112 

John Sedgwick 1(3 

Lois .Abby 113 

Mary R 112 

Sarah .A 11,^ 

Simon 77, 112 

Simon Kingsbury 113 

T. Pierce 112 

Theodore H 112 

William .Addison 112 

Transue. Charles John 181 

Dorothy 181 

Ephraini 150. iSi 

Guy Edson (^ee page 4) 181 

Loren William 181 

Minnie 181. 197 

Nora .A iSi 

Raleigh Ephraim i8i 

Treadway. Elij'.a Si. 126 

Treat. Catherine 244 

George W 244 

Lois J44 

Mabel 82, 244 

Tremere. Sarah 174 



Trenbath. Alice no 

Jessie no 

Robert C no, 112 

Robert Wight no 

Troop. Diantha 234 (bis) 

Trowbridge. .Almira 68. 95 

Charles 134 

Thomas 144 

Trumbull. Lyman, Gov 50 

Try. Mary Elizabeth 21S 

Tucker. Dorothy 53 

Joseph 53 

Tuckcrman. C. M 121 

Tuits. Catharine 249 

Turner. Julia M 168 

Sarah Eliza ni 

Thomas T 168 

Tustin, .Ann E 63. 91 

Tuttle, Chester W 152 

Hiram O 160 

Tweedy, Dwight Smith 135 

Edwin Augustus 134 

Henrietta 135 

John 85, 134 

John .Augustus 134 

John Edward 134 

John Ransom 135 

Philo Kingsbury 134 

Twins 117. 219. 221 (ter) 

Tyler, ; 46 

Anna 37 

Ebeiiezer Denison 116 

Harriet Eva n'l 

labcz 78. n6 

John 78 

Julius nt) 

Mary Ella n6 

Williston Kingsbury n6 

L'nnamed or Cnknown 63, 124 (se))t) 

148. 152 (bis), 165, 1(1(1, 171 (^ipt). 180 
(Oct), 181, 186 (bis), icji. 210, -Ml (131), 
212 ((juater), 215 (octl, 24). 

L'pham. Elizabeth 68. 95 

L'tky. Freelove 70. 108, 115 

Van .Akin. Lydia .Ann Polwin 112 

\'an Dorn, Sara .A 218 

\'an Dyke, Elizabeth N 112 

Henry J.. D.D 142 

\'an Fleet, Nancy 105, 131 

\'ance, E. .A 212 

\'arnette. ..-..207. 208 

V'enable. .Abrani W r6s (bis) 

Bessie Bell ". . 165 

Alary Grace 165 

T. Brown. Col ng. 165 

Thomas R 165 

\'ernon, George Edward, Re\- 242 

X'ince, Lucy 193 

Vincent, Beth n8 

Vorra, Sarah (Reynolds) ..82, 130 

Wade, Ben. Hon.. 122 

\\ illiam 245 

Wadsworth. Loring 21S 

Ro.xanna. widow 53, 82 

Wagner, Ella A .. .' 9^ 

Waif. H. C 184 



ALLIED FAMILIES. 



Waitf. 7-' 

W'albridgc, Martha Maria 157. 188 

Waldo, Cypria 5- 

Danicl 5- 

Ebenczcr 5- 

Elizabeth 5-2 

Eunice 5-- 75- 106 

John 5- 

Joseph 5- 

Ozias 5- 

Rnth 5-2 

Tabitha 5- 

Zachcus ,?6. 5i- 5- 

Walf.s. Sallv 85 

Walker, Ellen 11,? 

Lois -'44 

Marv .M- 47 

Wallis, «5 

Walworth, Chancelhir 36 

Ward. Benjamin 65 

John 45- 68 

Linda R, widow 43. 6.S 

Louisa 68. 95 

Wardncr. Laura 104. 148 

Wardwell. William T 96 

Ware. Hannah (Moore) .?4. 46 

Warner, ^.M 

Anson 214, 215 

Ida May 116. 163 

Kate Miranda 215 

Marv Ann 215 

T. C. Rev 234 

Warren. Emma ito- ipi 

Washburn. Edward Abel lf)8 

Frances Rowena 168 

Julian J. . 168 

Mary Virginia 168 

Wa>liington, George. Gen 5° 

Waterman, Adelc Louise 168 

Alfred Morgan 121. 168 (bis) 

Clarence 168 

Eliza Caroline '68 

Elizabeth or Eunice i6. 49 

Grace Jocelyn 168 

James Kingsbury 168 

Julie Kingsbury 168 

Marie Amanda 168 

Mary Virgiiiic 168 

Watrous, Emily '72 

George L '47 

Jane '72 

W^aymire. 211 

We'ava. Sanford Fhilipi) t^V^ 

Webb, Lvdia Ann 105. '5° 

Webster, .\nna ^^2 

Anna Ware 95- '40 

Chalmer M 222, (bis) 

Daniel '09 

Ferris 

Harrv 

Jesse" K 

Weikert, Rebecca '5'- '8' 

Wcller. 74 

Wcllnian. Thomas 244 

West, George 76 

Samuel Chamberlin "2 

Sarah Emily "f 

Orson 76 

Westbrook, Sarah 242 



222 

> 72 



Wheeler. Joseph .\ 68. 94 

Helen .\ugusta 94 

Whipple. Bertha Kingsbury 67 

George 67 

Grace Gertrude 67 

Joseph Herbert 67 

Joseph W 67 

Sarah Josephine 67 

Stephen 45. 67 

While. 250 

.\<loniiah 55.83 (tcr) 

Alvin 69 

Beniamin 68 

Daniord 69 

D. J. 1 i.M 

Darius 69 

Gardiner 83 

George 83 

Ira 69 

J. L '.M 

James '9. 243 

Josenh. Col '04 

Julia Matilda 64 

Lemuel 83 

Luther 69. 98 

Lydia 83 

Marcia 75 

Mary 8:^ 

Nancy .\nn "3 

Xathan 69 

Philadelphia 69 

Reuben 32 

Samuel. Dr 83 

Sarah 83 

Sibvl • ■■ 8.^ 

Stephen 46.69 (ler) 

|>'- % 

Svreiia • • "^ 

Thankful 45- 68. 141 

Thomas, Rev 53- 54 

Whitnev, Hannah 223. 22$ 

Marv 48. 7i 

Rebecca 90 

Whiton, Frank Henry "' 

Wiggin. /Monzo 21 1 

Wigglesworth, Esther 72 

Michael. Rev 72 

Wight. Alice Aloe i'". "2 

.Mice Malcolm "2 

Anna Isabella "2 

Arthur Merriam "2 

Calvin "^ 

Clara Coulter "2 

Clara Elizabeth "2 

Cornelia ' '- 

Daniel 77- "O. i". "2 (ter) 

Daniel Porter "2 

Edward Van Dyke "2 

Edwin Mather "O. "2 

Emma ''- 

h'phraim "- 

Fann:e ' '2 

George "-^ 

James Ellesdie "2 

Jessie Kingsbury '.'2 

Joseph .\ddison "2 (bis» 

Joseph Kingsbury.. "2 

Julia Crosby "-^ 

Lizzie L "- 



XXXVllt 



INDEX. 



Wight, LiiiIkt '. .. 112 

MargaiH't V.ip. Dyke 112 

Mary R.inkiii 112 

Mary Slicafc 112 

Peter 112 

Sereno Edwin 112 

Tliomas 112 

William Ward 112 (bis) 

Wilder. Abigail 46. 60 

.•\bijah, Dea (<\) 

Wilding, Edgar 21J. Ji,^ 

Harold -M,? 

Willard, David (1(1 

George ()0 

John 10,? 

Lizzie 1 66 

Willette, Phebe 2--,. 14 

Willey, Olive 46, 70 

Williams, Delia T 1X4 

Edward F 1S4 

Frank P 1X4 

George S., Dr 184 

Henry J . . . 184 

M. Edith 184 

Maria Goodwin 155 

Mary Edwards 155 

Norman E 149 

Robert E , 184 

Robert Edward 155 

Sally 220 

Thomas S 155 

\VilIi;im R 152, 184 

William S 155 

Williston, Hannah 51, 78 

Noah, Rev 78 

Wilson, ji,2 

.Abigail, widow 49, 75 

.Amanda M 224 

Cassendena 223 

Charles E 22,3 

Clara .Mice 231 

Clara F 223 

Eliza 146 

Ellen Mariah 231 

Emma Gertrnde 23r 

Flora 97, 143 

Franklin .X 224 

Frederic E 223 

Harold Chester 231 

Harriet .-\gnes 231 

Harvey S 223 

Helen M 223 

Henry E 224 

James Garfield 23 r 

James S 231 (bis) 

John F 223 

lohn H 223. 224 

I.. B 141 

Laura J 223 

Lticinda B 224 

IVfary A 223 



Afary .\ilaline 231 

Mary B 141- 

Mary Isabella 96, 141 

Miles 223 (bis) 

R, G„ Rev 114 

Ruth F 231 

Sally 46 

Sarah Bernire 231 

Susan K 223 

Tb.omp.s K 22'), 

Winchell, Hilpah 108, 156 

Winchester, Enoch W 70 

Wing, .Addison 2,1,2 

Cynthia ' .,77, 109 

Mabel Rosamond 64 

Nellie 92 

Sabin 21,2 

Winks, Nina 181 

Winthrop, Bridget 246 

John, Gov 9. 14. 246 

Wolf, Samuel 210 

Lawrence 2T0 

WoUestonecroft, Charles. Maj 43 

Wood, Celesta 234. 235 

Estelle 157 

Harriet 151, 182 

Lucy 145 

Rhoda Emelinc 70, q8 

Robert W 157 

Sarah 50. 77 

Woodbridge, Harriet 187 

Tohn 187 

Mary 187 

Wells 156. 187 

Woodburv. Lorette 97, 14^ 

Rachel 61, 89 

Woodcock, Jeremiah 25 

Sarah ( Hay ward) 242 

Woods, Cherry E 151, 181 

Woodward, 127, 232 

Benoni 25 

Susannah 48, 73 

Woodworth, 127 

Worden. 2?6 

W. T 2[^b 

Wright, .Abram 243 

.Adoniram Judson 243 

.Amanda (Slocnm) 243 

Arthur 184 

Helen Elizabeth 184 

Lois (i8 

Polly 82. 130 

Yeoinans, Alf'/ed, D.D 142 

Edith Marian 127 

Frances .Anna 127 

George Bush 127 

George Merrill T27 

Henry Evan 127 

Ruth' 127 



^* .* .J« 
INDEX OF PLACES. 

.> J- ^ 



INDEX OF PLACES. 

Abington. Conii 135 Belfa^:. Mi- 41. (u, 174 

AcUwortli, N. II 144. 143 Bullcvillc. Oiu 15J 

Acton. Mass Xi) Fk'llfviR-. K) 21 J 

Akron, 11.?. 230 Btllcvne, Mich 101 

Albany, N. Y yg. 114. 118 Bcloit College HI 

Albion College 66 Belpre. 1 14 

Albion, Mich 66 Bennington, V't 40. 6.? 

.Mlandale, Mich 145 Berea. () 150. iHo 

.Alexandria. Ind lOl Berlin, (jerniany 64 

.Mlegan, Mich 134 Berlin. Wis (Jl 

Allegan Co., N, Y i.Si Bcrville. .Mich 182 

.\llegheny Citv, Pa 181. 2ig BerwieU 241 

Allentown. N. Y \S7- ^^7 Bethany i.'8. i2g 

.-Mliance. O.. ..los. i.so. i=;i. 181. 1S4. 107 Bethany. Pa 118 

Alslead. N, H,., .? ..7-', 75- ')•.. 97. ^A i"7- Bethel. Me 249 

loS. 141. 143. 152. 15,?. 170. -'4-'. 24.V Beverly, Mass 8q 

American Forks. Utah 2.?,? Bicknaller. F.ng 24.=; 

Aniesbury, Mass 24,^ Biddeiord, Me 14" 

Amherst, Mass 81, 118, 125. 127. 100 Big Rapids. .Mich 101 

.\mlierst College 11.?. 123 Billings .Mills. Conn 250 

.Anderson. Ind 2,36 Binghamton. N. ^■ 186 

Andover. Conn ^C\ 3^. 34. 33. .i6. Birds Island, .Me 224, 226 

82, 128, 171, 172, Blandford, I'.ng 2.?.^ 

Andover Parish (Hebron) ,^7 Bloomiiigton, 111 1/9 

Andiiver Theological Seniin;iry.. ..ii,?, 144 Boise City, Id.aho 217 

.\nnals of Four Masters 204. 203 Bolton, Conn .?6. 5-. 34- .36. 108. 

Ann .\rbor. .Mich 64 1.34. 216. 

\ntietam. Va 169 Boonville. N. 'S 2,?, .?i. -.V 

.Antwerp,' N. Y 21.3 Boston. Mass 14. 4.^. 4.3. 47. 62. 

Ararat Pa 116 63. 90. 94. 96. 114. M '■ M^. '47. i4^- '49. 

Arizona i^S 164. 167, 199. 228, 243, 24-!. 249. 

Arkadelphia, Ark 120 Bound Brook, N, J I7' 

Arkansas Citv, Kan 200 Bowdom College 9^. '.39. 243 

Ashburnham, .Mass 144 Bradford 244 

.\shfield Mass 198, 199 Bradfcjrd .Academy 249 

Ashford'. 134 Bradford. Mass •• 249 

Ashland. 218 Bradford. Me.. .,--23, 224. 223. 226. 2>7. 228 

Assington, Eng t4 Bradford, Pa 93 

Athens 7.^ Braintree, Mass 144 

Aihens' Pa . . . , ^7.^- '74 Branch Co.. Mich 220 

Atlanta. Ga 219 Brattlcboro. Vt 1 19 

Atlantic City. N. J 129 Brewer, .Me^ .U- ^-^A- "4. 223 

Aitkboro, Mass 116 Brid.geport, Conn no, 1O3 

Auburn, () 9'. 220 Brighton, Mich 217 

Auburn Theological Seminary 125 Brighton, 21S 

Anbnrndale, Mass 142 Brimf^eUl, Mass. ., 124. IM) 

Auburndale, Wis : 227 Brisbane, Queensland 24S 

Avon, Conn 152 Bristol, Conn. . . 76 

Avon .Springs. \. Y 100 Brockixn-;. N. ^ ^- -j]\ 

Brooklleld, Vt 79- 120. 121, 168 

Baltic. Conn 199 Brookline. Mass ,36 

Baltimore, Md '19. '69. 2.33 Brooklyn 149 

Biiii'or .Me 224. 248 Brooklyn. Conn 5° 

Baraboo'w'is ' H' Brooklyn. N. Y 6.3.64.98. W). 129. 

Barre N Y '.Vi 142. 161. 191. 2.30. 

Bartlei: NY 2.^0 Brown University 47. 72 

Batavia. N, Y 128. 129. I.5.3. 131. 168 Brunswick. O ;?, n,^'? 

Balli i:„g 242 Buchtel College 92 (his) 

Beaver n'am. Wis '5.? Bucksport Me , _■ 244 



Bedford, Me 224 



Buffalo, N. Y 8<), 114, 1.33. 17.3.2,36 



Eeeket, 'Mass,' .' '.,",," 134 Burlington, Kan 17,!. 193. 200 

(.xli) 



sHi 



Index. 



Butler. Pa 231 

Butte City. Montana 148. 183. 237 

Buxton. Me 246 



.161. 



.122. 141;. j;^2 



-'.M. 



Cabin Creel<. .\rk 

Cadiz. O 

Cairo. Ill 

Cairo. N. V 

Caledonia. N. V. 

California 

Cambridge, Mass 

Canibridgeport. Mass 226, 

Camden 

Camden, O 

Cameron. Texas 

Camp Thomas. Arizona q;, 

Canaan, Conn 4S, 73, 74, 

105. ISC 213. 

Canada 182. 

Canterbury, Conn 79. 

Canton. China 

Canton. Conn 

Canton, Dak 

Canton. O 

Cape May. N. J [ 

Cape Town. South .\frica 

Carboudale. Pa 117, 

Carlisle, Pa 

Cassopolis. Mich 

Cassville. Mo 

Cavendish. Vt 141. 

Caxton Manor, in Little Cornard. Eng. 

Cayuga Co., N. >' 

Cazenovia, N. V...54, 63, 84, 127, 133, 

Ctnterville. Iowa 

Centerville, Ind 

Centerville. Pa 

Center Harbor, N. H 

Chagrin Falls, O 

Cliancellorsvillc, Va 

Chaplin, Conn 134, 157, 162. 188. 

Chardon. (J " 91. 

Charleston 

Charleston, Mass 14, 

Cliarleston, Me 22^. 224. 

Charleston, S. C 52. 

Charleston. \'i ' 

Charltcn. Mass 

Chatham. Iowa 

Chelsea. Mass 

Cherry Valley. N. ^■. (?) 

Cheshire. Mass 46 

Chester. Ill ' 

Chester. Vt 46. 69. 96. 

Chesterfield. N. H 

Chestnut Hill. Mass 

Chicago. Ill 66, 94. 128. 139. 

i6c. 162. 168. 172. 210. 250. 251, 252. 

Chicago University \. 

Chickamauga Tenn 

Chicopee, Mass 

Chili. N. Y >i? 

Chillicothe, O ,". 

Christi.ina, Norway 

Church of St. Peters. Eng 

Cincinnati. 75. 106. iii. 148. 

165. 228. 230. 

Cincinnatus, N. V 

Clareniont. N. H 77, 142, 



160 

•233 
162 

15.? 
152 

148 
-'-27 
103 
217 
64 
14.^ 
104, 



228 

67 
119 

17^ 
181 
18 
1 68 
118 
190 
229 
168 

14,? 
248 
221 

171 
209 
248 
231 

139 
124 

184 
69 

^47 

226 

S6 

146 

246 

90 

67 



71 
140 

97 
70 

141 
15.?. 



211 
169 
46 
214 
165 
23.S 
24S 
61. 



Clarksville. Mich 

Cleveland, O 

153, 154, 162. 169. 179, 

-'51- 
Clifton. N. J 



.107. 128, 133. 
191. 197, 218. 



Clifton Springs, N. Y 

Clinton. Mass 

Clvde. Iowa 

Clyde. N. Y 

Co Dorset. Eng 

Co. Essex. Eng 

Co. Hereford. Eng 

Co. Middlesex. Eng 

Co. Monaghan. Ireland 5. 

Co. Somerset. Eng 

Co, Tyrone. Ireland 

Co. VVarwick. Eng 

Cohoes. N. Y 

Coldwater. Mich 

Colfax. Iowa 

Colorado i 54. 

Columbia, Conn 73, 74. 104. 

Columbiaville, Mich 151, 

Columbus, 141. 162. 

Concord. Mass 

Concord. N. H 45. 89. 99 

Conneaut. 106, 107. 114, 184 

Coos. N. H 

Copps Hill. Boston. Mass 

Corinth, Vt 

Cornell University 

Corona, N. Y, . ." 

Cornwall Hollow. Conn.. .*■ 

Cortland. N. Y 

Cortland Village. N. Y 

Coventry, Conn 52. 57. ys- 

7^. 85, 104, 107. 108. 109. no. Ill, 
113. 114. U.S. 129, 155. 156. 157. 158. 
160, 162, 163, 186, 1S8. 189, 241. 

Covington, Ky 

Crawfordsville. Ind 

Crown Point. Ind 

Cuba.. .. . 43. 56. 

Cummings. Cal 

Cumniington. Mass 2;!,. 



74 
24S 



Danville, 111 

Danville. Vt 

Dartmouth College 

Dauphin Island. Miss 

Dayton. 1S8. 198. 209, 

Dayton. Wash 

Decatur. Ill 

Dedh;im. Mass 9, 13 

23. 24. 25. 26. 31, x^■ ,W- 41. 

62, 66, 112, 145. 

Deerfield 

Defiance, O 

De Kalb, III 

■Delaware College 

Delhi, N. Y 

De])artment Eure. France 

Deptiord. Eng 

Derby, Vt.. T 

Derrick City. Pa 

Des Moines. Iowa 156, 

Detroit. Mich 

Dexter, Me 

Doans Corners. Cleveland. O . . 



124. 125, 



14. 17. 
44- 4.S. 



•4.1. 



187, 



181 
148, 

I go 

143 
149 

233 
119 

233 
245 
245 
245 
207 

245 

211 

s 

18 
85 
233 
148 
199 
182 
218 
243 
14s 

i8s 

47 

241 

72 

92 

190 

113 

183 

156 

76. 

1 12. 

150- 

170 
170 
213 

6S 
102 

90 

127 
145 
109 

67 
-37 
10 1 
210 

18, 
4fi. 

220 
92 
183 

210 

I.s7 
121 

24.=; 
77 
171 
232 
133 

227 
185 



PLACES. xliii 

Dorchestej, Mass 147. igg. 249 Fort Maginnis. Dakota 230 

Dover, 150 Fort McPliorsoii. Ga ^iq 

Dryden. N, Y 235 Fort Mellen, Florida "So 

Dublin. Ireland 244 Fort Sanders. Wash .' . 101 

t)ii'lley 247 Fort Scott. Kan 224 

Dundine. Ireland 201). 210, 21 t Fort Ticonderoga. N. Y 77 

Dunkirk, N. ^' 114, i.Vi. u« Fort Vancouver. Wash '.[ 101 

Dunlap, Iowa 158 Fort Warren, Mass ifxj 

Duunigan, Cal ._ 22^, Fort Worth, Texas l8^ 

Du Quoin, 111 ,* 67, 93, 94 Foxboro, Mass 32, 222, 22\ 

Foxcroft, Me . .226, 227 

Earlhani, Iowa 200 Franeestown, N. H 4,^.47,67,68,93, 

East, Pa 141 94. 140. 

East Clarksvillc. () 216 Franklin. Conn 76, 112, 113, 121. 122 

East Cleveland. O 184 Franklin. Mass 26. "27. 34. 41 

East Corinth. Me 224. 226. 227 Franklin. N.J ". . 165 

East Douglas. Mass 167 Franklin. N. Y 84 

East Hartford, Conn 107, 128. 155 Franklin, Pa 236 

East Haven 155 Franklinton. .V. C 71 

F:ast Orange. N. J 141 Fredericksburg. V'a 63 

East Tilton. N. li 243 Freedom. 179 

East Windsor. Conn 53. 82. 108. 157 Fredonia. .Mich loi. 146 

Eastiord. .Mass ' 134 Freilonia. X, \' 243 

Eckiord. Mich 102 

Eden. Vt 61 Galcsburg. Ill 159. 18) 

Edgarton 33 Gallon. O '. . 237 

Edgeworth. Pa 219 Gambler. 189 

Edinboro. Scotland 128 Gardiner. Me log. 159 

Edmeston. N. Y 64 Garretc, Ind 198 

Elizabeth. N. J 92 Geneva. 124 

Elizabeth City. N. C 119 Georgetown. Mich 144. 145 

Ellington. Conn.. ..53. 81. 82. 85. U2, 123, Georgia 65 

127. Gettysburg, Pa 96 

Ellsworth, Me 103 Gilsum, X. II fxj, 94. 98. 242. 243 

Elmira. N. Y 74. 129 Glastoidjury. Conn 81. 107. 131. 155 

Elmwood. Ill 112. 113 Glenns Valley, ind 201) 

Elyria. 218. 2iy Gottingcn University q2 

Emersburg. \'t 213 Grafton, Mass ■..66.67. 0- 

Emyvale. Ireland 213 Grafton. Vt 97 

Fnfield 244 Granby. Conn. , . . _ 213 

Entield. Conn 54,56.82,83,84, Granby, Mass 125 

i,V. 133- -14- -i'*^- Grand Island, Xeb 93 

Enfield, N. H I4>> Grand Rapids, Mich 70 

England 183,214 Great Harrington, Mass 122 

Erie, Pa 122. 175. 185 Great Ben<l. Pa 117 

Errigal Parish. Ireland 207 Greenbusli. X. Y I20 

Errigal Trough. Ireland 5 Greencastle. Pa 219 

Errors and Omissions t Greenfield. Mass 215 

Everywhere 5- Greenpoinf. L. 1 115. 158 

ICxetei-. N. H I4'> Greenuijsburg. Ky 96 

Greenville. X. H . . 93 

Fairbanks. Iowa (13 Greenville. Pa ' 183 

Fairfax. Vt 174. -'M- -^'S Guysvdle. \'i 140 

Fairfield Medical College. X. V 219 

Fairniount College. Kan 161 Iladdani. Conn 128 

Farmington. Mich 102 Hadleigh. Eng 246 

Fay^'Xeville. N. C 119 Halifax. Vt 214 

Favetleville. N. Y 84, 136 Haniden 225 

Feeding Hills. Mass 250 Haniilton. N. Y '. 106. 252 . 

Fenton. Mich 235 H.iniiltin. O ■ 2.?o 

h'ishdale. Mass I'O Hamilton. Out 2.^6 

Filchburg. Mass n.!. i44. '4.^- Hampton. Conn .?6. 84. i.u. 13.=;. '75 

149. 229. Hanover. Conn 32 

Fletcher Vt 1/4 Hanover. X. H 55 

Flint. Mich 102 Ilansden. N. Y 157 

Fort Bliss. Texas 101 Harbor Creek. Pa 127. 171 

Fort Buford. Dakota 2.?o Harford. Pa 78. 79. 116. 117. 118 

I'ort Dodge. Iowa 118 H.irford .\cademy ri6 

Fort Dcjuelson. Tenn iCx) I farrisville. X. H 66. pp 



xlh 



INDEX. 



Harrisvillc. Pa J,^i 

Hartford. Conn 7^. 78. 107, ii.v 

120. 152, 154, 158. 168. 17.?, 183. 191. 

Hartford. Mich 232 

Harvard. Ill 235. 236 

Harvard College.. ..33. 47. 65. 72. 93. 94. 
103 (bis). 140 (bi.s), 143. 

Harvard Law School 92 

Hastings. Mich 100 

Hastings. Minn 153. I.S4 

Hatfield 187 

Haverhill. Mass 9. ig. 26. 27. 36. 96 

Haverhill. N. H 109 

Haverhilltovvne 240 

Hawthorn, N.J 190 

Hebron. Conn 37. i5. 82. 84. 128. 129 

Hilo, H. 1 63 

Hill City, S. Dak 184 

Hinghani. Mass 96. -44 

Hinsdale. Mass 127 

Hinsdale. N. Y 182 

Hiram. O 179. 197 

Hobart College. N. V 129 

Holbrook. Mass 249 

Holland. Mass 167 

Homer. Ill 209. 211 

Homer, N. V.. ..107. 108. 153. 136. 186. 187 

Honolnlu, H, 1 63, 64 

Honesdale, Pa loi. 117. 118. 163. 164 

Hopedale, Mass 113 

Hornellsville. N. Y 171. 236 

Horton, Eng 18 

Hot Springs, Ark 150 

Hubbardston. Mass 142 

Hudson. N. H 243 

Hudson. O 104. 149. 179. 180 

Hull. Eng 161 

Humboldt. Kan 251 

Hunters Creek. Mich 151. 182 

Huron Co., 220 

Illinois 149, 156, 180 

Indianapolis. Ind. . ..133. 141, 170. 192. 209, 
210. 211. 212. 213. 

Ingham Co.. Mich 217 

Iowa 221 

Ipswich. Mass 14. 36 

Ironton, C) 96 

Isle of Wight 112 

Ithaca. X. Y too 

Jacksonville, Fla 64 

Jaffrey 46. 70 

Jamaica. Vt 4(1 

Jeffery 4.? 

Jericho, Vt 78, 116, 117, iiS 

Jewett City, N. Y 112 

Johns Hopkins University. Md 161 

Johnstown. Wis 235 

Joliet. Ill 189. 190 

Kalamazoo, Mich 145, 228 

Kalamf>, Mich 146 

Keene, N. H. . , .46, 61, 62, 66, 69. 70. 71. 75. 
89. 97, 98, 99. 102. 139. T44. 145. 146. 

Kenilworth. Eng 77 

Kent. Pa 82 

Kerhan. Turkey 68 

Kingsbury Grade. Cal 71. ;oi 



Kingsbury Hill. Comi 52 

Kings Mills. 209 

Kingston. Mich 749 

Kirkwood, Neb gi 

Kohala. H. I . 63 



La Crosse. Wis 

Lafayette. Ind 

La Grange. O 

Lahaima. Maui. H. I.* 

Lake George. Yt 

Lanimishe. Eng 

Lancaster Academy 

Lancaster, N. H 

Lane Theological Seminary. O.. ..iii. 

Langdon. N. H 81. 125, 

Lansdovvne, Pa 

Lapeer. Mich 151. 

Lawrence. Mass 

Leadville. Col 

Lebanon. Conn.. ..27, 37. 46, 51, 56. 
113. 162. 198, 242. 

Lebanon, N. H 

Leetonia. O 

Leicester. Mass 

Lenox, Mass 

Leniix Seminary 

Leroy, N. Y 

Liss Avaragey. Ire 

Litchfield. Conn 109, 

Litchfield Law Schodl 

Litchfield. Pa 

Little Falls, N. Y 

Little Rock. .A.rk 

Liverpool. Eng 

Livingston. Mont 

Livonia, N. Y 

Lockport. N, Y 

Logan Co., O 

London, Eng 64, 244, 

London, O 

Long Island, N. Y 130, 

Long Meadows, Mass 51. 

Lookout Mountain 

Lorain Co., O 

Louis Co., N. Y 

Louisburg, N. C 

Louisville. Ky 

Lowell. Mass 67, ()8, 94. 140. 224. 

Lowestoft. Eng 

Ludlow. Vt 

Lyme. Conn 

Lyme, Mass (?) 

Lyons, N. \' 

Ly Sander, N. Y 



236 
170 
2ig 
63 
48 
245 
65 
113 
114 
1 26 
24S 
182 
-'43 
232 
112, 

47 
181 
230 
121 
218 

15^ 
210 

144 
Hd 
173 
252 
167 
212 
103 
13.S 
LSI 
IS' 
M7 
210 
181 
119 
160 
219 
182 

71 
116 
226 

64 



97 
122 
141 
16.S 



adderty, Scotland. 

adison, O 

adison. Wis 

aine 



• 234. 



ilden. Mass 

mchester. Conn 129. 1^2. 156, 

tnila. P. I . ." 

mlius. N. Y 

msfield. Conn.. 108. 134. 173, 188. 200. 

uisfield. O 

\ntua Sta., O 

u|uoketa. la 

irash, Turkey 



145 
235 
235 
188 

155 
187 
231 

71 
242 
216 

90 
232 

68 



PtACES. xlv 

Marcellus. N. Y 71, 100. loi. jjo Ncoslio Falls. Kan 160 

Marden, Eng 245 New Boston. N. H 67, 68. 94 

Marietta. 114. !(>[, igi New Bradford. i\. II zzy 

Marietta College.. .111. 114. \Ua. \U\. 162 New Brighton. Pa 231 

248 (bis). New Canaan. Conn 52 

Marietta. Pa 156 New Connecticut 107 

Marion. Mass 142 New Haddani. Conn 190 

Marlboro Si New Gilsuni. N. II fxS 

Marlboro. X. H .S:j. 144 New Ilanibnrg. N. V 112 

Marlborough. Conn 130 New Hampshire 49. 157. 184 

Marlow. N. H 75 New Hartford. Conn 47, 71. 218 

Marshall. Mich 71. 100. 101. 102 New Hartford. N. Y 189 

.Martinsburg. N. Y 219 New Haven. Conn.. ..55. 83. 166. 169. 192 

Maryland 2.30 New Haven I-'urnace. Ky 96 

?\larysville. Cal 221 New Ipswich. N. H 4,3 

Massachusetts Colony ).^ New Lisbon. N. Y 6.? 

Mason. Mich 27 New Mexico 93 

Matanzas. Cuba 43 New Milford. Pa 117 

Maytield. 150 New Orleans. La 42. 43, 169. 236 

Maysville. Ky y6 New ^'ork City.. ..47. 50. 97. 103. 109. no. 

Meadvillc. Pa .' 91 111. 114. 120. 129. 1.33. 134, 141, 159. 160, 

Mechlenburg. N. Y 156. 186 162. 169. 189. 190. 192. 210. 211. 218. 219. 

Medfield 45 228. 230. 2.36. 248. 250. 251. 252. 

Medford. Mass 243 New York Medical College 219 

Medina. 218 New York University 161 

Mcdway 31 Newark. N.J 184 

Melrose. Mass 142 Newark, () 150. 190 

Memphis 182 Newbery. O 180 

Men<lon. N. Y 105. 151 Newbnrg. 106 

Meriden. Conn igg Newbury. Mass 9. 35. 47. T2. 103 

Metamora. Ill 93 Newburyport. Mass 114. 229 

Mexico 2.34. 235 Newport. 1 14 

Michigan 61.217 Newton. Mass. . ..47.63.(^)8.93.95.96.141. 

Michigan Normal .\cadcmy 181 I4-- 143- 

Middle Haddam. Comi.. . '. 189 Newton Centre. Mass 68.94. 141. 142 

Middleboro 54 Newton Corners. Mass 95 

Middkbury College 65 Newton Falls 229 

Milesian Monarchs of Ireland. Roll of Newton Heights. Mass 229 

204-207 Ningpo. China 112 

Milford. N. H 9.1 Norfolk. Conn 48 

Milledgeville. Ga 4.2 Norfolk. Mass 62 

Milwaukee. Wis 112. 153. 235. 236 Norfolk. N. Y 2.32. 233 

Minneapolis. Minn 71. 101. 183.237 Normandy. France 121 

Minnesota 156. 180. 186. 244 North .Adams. Mass 214 

Missouri 31. 41 Northampton. Mass 56. 163. 191. 198. 

Mohawk. N. Y 252 199. 215. 

Monmouth College 228 North .Ashburnham. Mass 121 

Monmouth. Me.. 226 North .Attleboro, Mass 134 

Monticello. Ind 232. 2.33 Northboro. Mass 149 

Monticello. Minn , ..too. loi Northboro. \\. 247 

.Montpelier. Vt 120 North Carolina 41- 54 

Montrose. Pa 75. 117. 118. 163 .Northcommoh. Eng 245 

Moretown. Vt 61 North Coventry, Conn.. ..50. 77. in. 159 

Morrisville. Vt 174 Northlield 133 

Morseburg. Sa.xonv 64 North Liberty. Pa 230 

Ml. Holly. N. J.. 210 North Wremhani 62 

Mt. Holvoke Seminary 67. 93 North Yakima. Wash 251. 252 

Mt. Hope. N. J 163 Norwalk. 221 

Mt. Vernon. N. H 92. 124. 126 • Norwich. Conn.. ..9. 27. .36. 49. 50. 51. 12. 

Mumford. N. Y 106 80, 11.3. 117. I34. i.?5. i<>i. 198. 

Muncy. Pa T05 Norwich Falls Conn 113 

.Muskegon. Mich 184 

Oak Ridge. Mich 102 

Narragansctt Tp 246 Obcrlin. 64. 216. 218, 234 

Natchez. Miss 67 Ogdenslnlrg. N. Y 213 

Nauvoo. Ill 107 Ogle Co.. Ill 1,50 

Needham. Mass.. . .25. 26. 31- .?4. 45- 57. 68. Ohio 51. l^'- '-'-'• -'.^^ 



95. 2},},. 241 



Omaha. Neb 146 



NeenalV Wis 227 Oneida. N. Y 152. 184 



xlvi INDEX. 

Onondaga Hill. N. ^' "i Putnam Female Seminary | 114 

Orange. N. J 141. 14^. 251 Sarah E. Shipman.. ..J 161 

Orion. Mich 18^ Putnaniville. Ind 170 

Orncville. Me '. . 226 

Orono, Me 224 QnaUer Bottom, 96 

Orwell. 1)1 Uuebec, Que 74. MS- 212. 234 

(Jssawatomie. Kan 70 yumcy, Cal 91 

Oswego. N. V 102. 200 (Juincy. Ill 140. 179 

Otis. Mass 216. 218. 219 Ouincy. Mich 140 

Otsego. Midi 104 

Ottawa, Ont 234. 2.^5 Racine. Wis 235 

(Oxford, Mass 134. 228. 229 Radersburg. Mont 230 

Oxford. N. H 109 Raleigh. N. C 165 

Oxford. N. J 117, 163. 164 Randolph, Vt 168 

Oxford, N. C 119, 120, 164 Ravenna, O.. ..149. 134. 179, 180, 181. 197 

Raynliam. Mass 94 

Paines\ille, () 83, 132, 133. 230 Red House, W. Va 231 

Palmyra, Mo 92 Redlands, Cal 96, 142, 143 

Papaikou. H. I '14 Rehoboth. Mass 18, 25. 3;^, 145 

Paper Mill Village, N. 11 230, 231 Remington, Ind 233 

Paris, France 121, 156, 169 Richland, N. Y 139 

Parkersburg, W. \'a 161, it)2 Richmond, Mich 182 

Parkman, (J 149. 179. 180 Richmond, Va 244 

Parma. N. Y 151, 152 Riga, N. Y 214 

Paulette, Vt 213 Rindge. N. H 42, 43, 62, 65, 90, 91 

Pavillion, N. Y 150 Ringwood, Eng 2,^^ 

Paxton, Mass 144 Ripon, Wis 91 

Payson, 111 '. ..128, 171 Riverside, Cal 243 

Peacham, Vt 227 Rochester. N. Y 102. 232 

Pearl Creek, N. Y 171 Rock Island, 111 loi. 156 

Penfield. N. Y 107 Rockledge. Fla 142 

Pennsylvania College for Wnnieii — Rockville. Conn 76, 112, 113, 157, 158, 

Grace .-Vddison iCn 163, 170, 199. 

Nellie 191 Rockville, Md 230 

Peoria, 111 104 Rome, N. Y 1^2, 18?, 190, 197 

Perry, N. Y 175 Roselle, N. J ". . . .\ . . . 168 

Perrysville. Pa 133 Rowley, Mass 27, 35, 113 

Perth .\mboy, N. J 218 Roxbury, Mass iS, 2^]. 45, 80. 142 

Peru, 221 Roxbury, N. H 42, 61. 60. 89. 1.39 

Petersburg. Va 216 Roxbury. N. Y 105. 151 

Philadelphia, Pa 64, 129. 143, 157, 158. Royalton, 149, 150, tSo 

188, 189, 198, 219, 250. 251. Royalton, \'t 232 

Phillips Andover Academy 162 Rush, N. Y 105, 106 

Pittsfield, Mass ' 64 Russell, 234, 235 

Pittsfield, 160, 191 Rye, N. Y ." , 141 

Pittsburgh, Pa 141. lOi, 1(12, 181, 210. 

231, 2^S- Salisbury, Conn 74 

Plamfield, Conn 26. 27, 35. 48, 5(1, 73, St. Albans, Vt 121, 228, 251 

104, 242. St. .Mbans, Hertfordshire 24S 

Plaintield, N. H 46, 47, 14S, 149 St. .Andrews Bay, Fla 64 

Plainfield, N. Y 63, 64 St. .\nthony's Falls. Minn 131. 173 

Plattcville. Wis .\ 1 1 1 St. Charles College. Mo \. 92 

Plattsliurg, N. Y 246 St. Cloud, Minn 100 

Pockersfield (Roxbury), N. H.. ..61, 8g St. Joseph, Mo C4 

Pomfret. Comi 33. 49, 76, 77 St. Lawrence Co., N. Y 2;^2 

Pompey, N. Y 100, [51 St. Leonard's on the Sea, F.ng 247 

Portland, Me 41, 62, 72. 90, 103. 146 St. Paul. Minn 100, 101 

Portland, Ore 251. 252 St. Paul's College, ^lo 92 

Port Republic 217 ' St. Louis. Mo.. ..90. 92. 100. 119, 121, 172, 

Pottcrsburg, Kan lOi 242. 

Pottersville. N. H 66 Sacketts Harbor, N. Y 167. 242 

Poultney. Vt 48. 73, 104, 105, 213 Salem, Mass log, 148 

Povvnalboro, Vt 72. 103 Salina, Kan 160 

Poydras Female .\sylum 43 Salineville, 91 

Princeton College 141 Salisbury, Conn 74 

Princeton Preparatory School.. .. 161 Salisbury, Eng 247 

Princeton Theological Seminary 112 Salt River, Mich 91 

Providence, R. 1 64. 113, 166 San Francisco, Cal.. ..102, 157, 174, 230, 235 

Putnam, 114, 115. 161, 242 San Luis Obispo, Cal 235 



PLACES. 



xlvii 



San Luis Potosi, Mex 235 

Sanboniton. N. H 24'5 

Sand Lake, X. Y 112 

SandisticUl, Conn 216, 21S 

Sandwich Islands 242 

Sandwich, Mass 65. 92 

Sangcrsficld, N. Y 84. 220 

Saranac, Mich 181 

Saratoga, N, Y 1S4 

Saruni, Eng 247 

Saulsbury. Mass 216 

Savannali, Ga 128, 157 

Saybrools, Conn 161 

Schenccta<ly, N. Y 114, 165, 252 

Scotland, Conn 50, 52, 1,34 

Scotlan<l Neck, X. C iiy 

Scottsvillc. N. Y 152 

Scranton. Pa 117. l(^^. i(>i. 173 

Seattle, Wash 170 

Shaghticoke, N. Y 71, loi. 102 

Shalersvillc, 179, 107 

Shanghai, China 112 

Sharon, Conn ,]i. 52 

Sheffield. Conn 122 

Sheffield, Eng ifn 

Shelby, Mich ItI 

Sheldon, Vt 1S7 

Shell Rock, la go 

Sherburne, Mass 24 

Sheridan. N. Y 127 

Shesheqnin, Pa 131. i/,?. 174 

Shirley. Mass 43. 65 

Shorehani. Vt 65 

ShurtlelT College. Ills i.W. i8g 

Sinisbury, Conn 125 

Siou.x Falls. N. Dak 17-2 

Skeaguay, Alaska (or Sk.igway) 2S2 

Slippery Rock, Pa 231 

Solomon City, Kan 00 

Somers. Conn.. ..51. 52. 78. 157. iW). 187 

Somerville, Conn 250, 251 

Somerville, Mass no 

Southampton. Eng 247 

South Coventry. Conn.. ..50. lO,',- IQI. 198. 

199. ■243- 

South Hadley Falls. Mass 215 

South Lee. Mass 64 

South Willington. Conn I99 

South Windsor. Conn 108. 158 

Spencer. ^Lass 68. 94. 330 

Springfield. Ill 17-2 

Springfield. Mass uo. 167 

Springfield. 3io 

Stafford, Conn 76, 108, 156, 157. 158. 

188. 21 V 

Staten Island. X. Y 1O5. 1O6, 218 

Sterling, .Mass 14.3 

Steuben. N. Y 219 

Stevens Point. Wis -'-'5. 227 

Stitsville, N. Y i«3. 197 

Stockholm. N. Y ^i^ 

Stockton. Cat 106 

Stoddard 141 

Stonehani. Mass i.?9 

Stoughton M 

Stoughtonhani 33 

Stow. X. H 104 

Streetsborough, O I49 

Strongsville, 216 



Stnrbridge. Mass 166, 167,249 

Sudbury, Vt 42, 63 

Sufl:'olk, Eng 244, 246 

Sullivan. N. H. . . .42, 45, 89, 97, 98, 99, 242 

Surrey, N. H.. ..68. 70. 75. 94. 98, 140, 141, 
144, 145, 179. 

Sutton. Mass .y. -43 

Swanscy, N. H 68 

Sycamore, 111 152 

Syracuse. Neb 158 

Syracuse, N. Y 183, 197, 236 

Talmagc, <) 216 

T.ania C. 1 1., la 150 

Tampa, h'la 90 

Tamworth. X. 11 71 

Tarpon Springs. I*"la 132 

Taunton. .Mass 17, 23. 148 

Taylorsville. Ill 128, 171 

Temple. N. H 43. 65, 92 

Templeton, Mass 134 

Tennessee 54 

Thirty Mile Island. Conn 128 

Thompson. Conn 166. 242. 248 

Thompson. Pa 116 

Ticonderoga. X. Y 77 

Tippecanoe. 213 

Titusville, Pa 93, I3.i 

Toledo. O 161, 220. 234 

Tolland, Conn., ..49. 51. 53. 54- 7.> 76, 79, 
81. 108, iig. 124. 134. 166, 250. 

Tombstone. .Vriz 165 

Topeka. Kan 160 

Tottcnville. S. 1 219 

Towanda. Pa 17.?- -'44 

Tri Mountain (Boston) 14 

Troy, N. Y 112, 159 

Troy. O 91, 139 

Tunbrids'e. \'t 232 

Turin. N. Y 1.S2 

Turin Tp.. N. Y 182, 237 

Twinsliurgh, O '84 

Tyringham, Mass 218 

Ulupalakua. H.I 64 

Unadilla. N. Y 129 

Uncasville, Conn I54. 185 

Union. Conn 1.34 

Union Theological Seminary. N, Y.. ..142. 
189. 190. 

Union Theological Semin.-iry. Va 125 

University of Xorth Carolina 16.5 

Upper Alton, 111 159- i8g 

Upton. Mass 47 

Urbana. Ill '70 

Utica. N. Y.. ..106. III. 114. 119- 1.S2. 183. 

251- 

Uxbridgc. Mass 69 

V^allejo. Cal.. 102 

Vanceburg, Ky 96 

Vassar College 168 

Vermont 46, 234 

Vernon. Conn 82. 108, 134, 158. 159. 

189. 

Virginia '65. 220 

Volcano. W. Va 162 

Wabash College 170 

Waco. Tex 164, 165, 250 



xlviii INDEX. 

WakuiiKiii. 217 Wcsleni Reserve.. ..107 184, 1S5. Ji8, 230 

Waldd, Mc 90 West E.xctcr, N. V \. .. 63 

Wales 113 West Farms 2) 

WalliiiKford. Vt 62 Westfield. N .Y 156. 187 

Walpoie.. ..24. 25. ,?2 (bis). 33. 41, 42. 43, Westfield. Vt 213 

44, 46. 61. 66. y2, 95. III. 140. 2x^. West Harrisville. N. H 66 

Walthani. Mass ". 62 West Haven. Conn 51, 78 

Walton. Ill 197 West Newton, Mass '.. 143 

Wappinger Falls. N. Y 1S9. 190 Weston. Wis 227 

Ware. .\Iass 81 West Point Academy 121. 122 (bis> 

Warehouse Point. Conn 108. 118. 119, Westport, Mass 186 

157, 187, 250. 251. West Roxbury 244 

Warners, N. Y 236 West Springfield. !\Iass 214. 215 

Warren. Mich 151 West Waterford. Vt 145 

Warren, 114 West Winfield, N. Y 142 

Warren. Pa ; 175 Wethersfield, Conn 82, 156, 218 

Warsaw, N. Y 135. 175, 217 Wetunka. Ala 128 

WARS; Wheelmg. W. Va 114, 212. 2:^;^ 

King Phillip's 246 White Co.. Ind 232 

Revolution.. ..44, 45 (liis). 51, 52. 74' White House, N. J 181 

(ter). 75 (ter), 76 (bis), 77, 80. 107. Whitesboro. N. Y 218 

216 (bis), 218 (bis), 245. Whitestown, N. Y ..218 

Ofl8i2.. ..45.46.80.103.106,223. Whitinghani, Vt 99 

Mexican 152 Wichita. Kan 161 

Maximilian 235 Williamsburg, Can 105 

Civil War.. ..61 (bis), 63, 66 (bis), 67. Williams College., ..51. no. 112, 142, 169 

89 (quatcr). 93, 95, 96, 99, 100, loi. WiUiamsport. Ind. . .." 170 

122, 124, 145, 152, 160 (bis), 162, 164, Williamstown, Mass 169 

169, 186. 216, 217 (bis). 219 (bis), 221 Willmgton, Conn 134, 135, 156, 199 

((|uater). 231 (ter), 2X^. 249. Willimantic, Conn.. ..104. 147. i6.i 189. 191, 

Regular Army and Navy 97, 101 190. 

(bis), 119, 121, 122, 143, 155. 164, 212. Williston, Vt 174 

2.?o (ter). Wilmington, Mass n\ 

Washington. D. C. . . .^2. i)o. 107. 122. 145. Wilmington, N. C 165 

148. 161, 162, 188, 199. 2.?o. Winchendon, Mass 64 

Washington 111 61 89 Winchester, W. Va 217 

Washington, N, J 222 Windham, Conn -,(j. :i7, (y, 

Washington, O 1.^2.2.^3 Windham Village "..'.. 84 

Washoe Mountains 71 Windsor, Conn 109 

Waterbury. Conn.. ..52, 80, 122, 123, 155. Windsor, N. Y n6, 117 

168, 169. 192, 245. Winona. Minn 226 

Waterford. N. Y 56 Winona, Wis 226, 228 

Waterloo, N. Y 71 Wiseasset, Me 72. 103, 147 

Watertovvn 9 Wisconsin 148.2^5 

Waterville. N. Y 84 Woolwich. Eng 245 

Watervliet. Mich 2,32 Worcester. Mass 72. 84. 159, 166 

Waukegan, 111 193 Wrentham, Mass., ..17, 18, 24, 26, '31. 34, 

Waukesha, Wis 104, 147 46,223. 

Wayne, Mich 18.^. 197 Wvoming Massacre ni 

Wayne. N. Y 151 

Weavcrsville. Cal 2X^ Xenia. O.. ..188.198,209,210.211.212.215. 

Webervillc, Mich 217 228. 

Webster, Mass 134 

Webster, N. H ui, Yale College. 51. 52. 77. 78. 80. 85. 84. 109. 

Welhngton, O no. iCw, 218 1,50. 168. 169, 189, igo (bis). 219. 

Welshfield, 62, 90, 91 Yam Hill Co.. Ore 191 

West Boscawen, N. H 113, 115, 160 York, Me 35. 47. 48. 72 

West -Dedham 233 

Western Precinct 26 Zanesville. O n4. i6t 



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Autograph of one of the original Emigrants. 



EXPLANATORY AND HISTORICAL. 

This is a transci ipl ul i;cin;ali>j;ic.al d^ita cunceninig llic (IcsCfiidants of 

JOSEPH j I HENRY 

AND ; AND I AND 

MILLICENT j I MARGARET 

KINGSBURY. 

wild with a hrothcr ^?) John^uul wife Margaret caiin- from England to America 

J 628 J 630 

whoso ancestor is prohably near of kin to. if not the same as. that of a John who emigrated 
from England to Errigal Trongh. Monaghan Co.. Ireland, in the year 

1658 

some of whose descendants are mentioned herein, witli others, among the iinconncclcJ. 
The pnrpose of printing this iiicomt<lclc genealogy of the Kingsbury name, is. by this 
beginning to stimulate any w!io have data and are more expert in its arrangement, to avail 
themselves of whatever my fathei- laboriously gathered, and complete an exhaustive record. 
Many ancient promises have been made in collecting this data and its publication will fulfdl 
at least some of them. To tlie living— sincere gratitude: to the dead— iragrant remem- 
brance for helpful eontriljution. 

Our name is earlier than the Norman nde. as is indicated in some of the early spellings. 

During tlie reign of Egbert. Soo .(./>.— Kynggesberie. Kyngesbury. Kinggesburie. Will. 
iaiii I.. lOjO .-]. /).— Chingcsberie. Cyngesberic. Chincsberie. /7<-»r.v //.. Ii55 ."1 /J.— Kings- 
burh. Kingsborough. Kingsburgh. Kingsto(w)n. David Kyiiiiesbiiry of Simon. Vicar of 
Chestnut Herts, appointed 12 .April. 1480; died. 1503. lUizubeth 1580 .-1. /).— Kingsbury. 
Charles I.. 1659 A. D.—ln the will of John Kingsbury name is spelled Kingsbery and Kiiigs- 
bura. In the Boke of St. .-i/iiaiiJ— Kingsbage. and in Ihyiiiesday /ioo/c— Chingesburic. 

Kingsbury in 'Latin names of places in Great Britain and Ireland" is Etoeetum. 

There are ])arishcs of the name in England. County Somerset. County Middlesex. County 
Warwick, The one in the Tamworth division of the hund of Hcnilingford. County War- 
wick, is one-half mile from Kingsbury Station, on M. B. & D. J. R. R. Atherstonc 
is its post-town, is situated on River Thane, held by the Bracebridges of Athcr- 
stone through Turchill de Warwick since 851 A.D. The parish in the hund of Gore. 
County Middlesex, situated on River Brent is mentioned in Domesday Book as Chingesburie. 
and was formerly a royal manor. The church at southern extremity of the parish is supp<)sed 
to stand on the site of a Roman camp. It is dedicated to' All Saints, and is a very ancient 
structure, with some Roman bricks built into the wall. Kingsbury, eight miles northwest 
from London, was the residence of Anglo Saxon princes, and here Goldsmith is said to 
have lived while he wrote his "Animated Nature." The parish in cast division of the hund 
(comprising .56.990 acres) of Kmgsbury, County Somerset, has Ilminster as it.s post-town. 
Wadham Wyndham. Esq.. is lord of the manor. At Kingsbury, in Somersetshire, is one of 
the finest and most considerable churches of the Pcrpendieidar periorj. It has a very beautiful 
tower, having pierced battlements and pimiacles of the Glastonbury type, and double windows 
with stone lattice work. The tine double pinnacled tower, arch and canopied niches adjacent 
deserve notice. 

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KINGSBURY GENEALOGY. 



ACHIEVEMENT OF ARMS. 



Barht-r's "Bnlisli Family Naim-s" gives Kiiigs- 
I'liry — a local luinic. Warwick — the shiclil whose 
verljal blaxnn is — 

.Inns. Arg- a fcss az between three eagles displayed 
of the same. 

Is almiist identical with arms enihla'<oned on 
chape! window at Kingslniry. Warwickshire, 

In the first period of heraldry (1150-1200J the 
shield alone bore the arms ; there were no crests. 




••Washhnrne's Book of Family Crests" gives Kiiii^s 
bury — Ireland. 

■ Inns. Gu two hoars' heads erased in chief ar. 
Crest. A snail issuing from its shell ppr. 




EXPLANATORY AND HKSTORICAI,. 



"Burke's Genera] ArniDry" — Kincsih'ry. coiil'iniu-il 
by Hiiwkins, Ulster. 1742, tn Dr. Thomas Kiii!i;sl)ury. 
Fellow of ihe Kings and Qiuens College of Pliysieians. 
Ireland, son of Thomas Kiniishnry, Esq.; deseende'l 
from County Dorset. 
Arms. Az. a chev or lielween two doves in ehief ppr. 

and a .scri>ent in liase nowed of the la^t. 
Crest. A wyvern vert. 
Motto. Prudens et innoecuous. 

Thomas seems to be our only arinigcr. 




Later, but not of record in the Heralds College: 
Anns. Gu. a -chevron or lulw lliree crescents ar. 

a Uniglit's helmet borne in chief of the second. 
Crest. .\ demi lion ranipanl. or. 
Mctlo. X'ineil amor patriae. 




*NnTF.. — llorizonl.al lines mean blue. Perpendicular lines mean reil. The wyvern is 
green. Dolleil chevron means gold. 



8 KINGSBURY GENEALOGY. 

SIGNIFICANCE OF CHARGES. 

TIic /ui:^lf. "'As the linn is represented as king of beasts, so is the eagle deemed king 
nniong liirds. William Rufns. King of England, gave for a device an eagle looking against 
the sun. l-'rom tliis we ni.iy infer its use in lieraldy. L'pton writeth that the same day that 
Alexander the Great was l)orn, tliere sat upon the house of his father two eagles, signifying 
unto him (saith he) a doulilc empire of Europe and Asia, and since that time the eagle has 
been born with two heads, which is now called the Emperor's eagle: and'an eagle with 
but one head is called display 'd. but if there be more than one eagle in one coat of arms 
they must he called eaglets. Emblematical of fortitude and magnauiiuity of mind." 

"flic Hilar betokeneth a man of bold spirit, skilful and politik in war, and one of that 
resolution that he will valorously die in the field rather than secure himself by ignominious 
flight. * * * The boar, though he wanteth horns, is in no way defective in armour: he 
is coimted the most absolute champion among beasts, for that he hath both weapons to wound 
his foe which are his strong and sharp tusks, and also his target to defend himself, for 
wliich lie useth often to rub his shoulders and sides against trees, thereby to harden them 
against the stroke of his adversary. -\nd the shield of a boar, well managed, is a ;j;ood 
buckler against that cruel enemy called hunger. * * * This beast is armed in his mouth 
with two crooke<l tusks, which are \'ery strong and sharp, and those be useth instead of a 
sword; ;ind his right shoulder is hard. bro;;d :ind thick, which be useth instead of a shield 
to defend himself withal, putting tli:it lirauny part for his chief armour against his weapon 
that pursueth him." 

Though ///(■ Snnil movetli along slowly, she ascemleth the highest places liy indefatig.ible 
perseverance .-ind caution, and may la- deemed the emblem of deliheration. investigalion and 
perseverance. 

1 lie I^ir,'c. 'Tis the symbol of the church, quick intelligence, constancy, imiocence and 
purity. * * * Messenger of pe:ice, as plainly ap]ieareth in Genesis S:2. .\mbrosius saith. 
the dove is mild and meek, ele.an of kind. ]ileiitt'ous of increase, friend to company and for- 
.getful of wrongs ; 

The Scipriit. when he wringeth himself in a knot 'tis termed node, he feareth a naked 
man and llieth at a man that is clothed. He standeth in danger when he wringeth himself, 
to save his head, wherein his heart lieth, * * * No beast movcth the tongue so quick 
as does the serpent, so that by th:it means he seemeth to have two or three tongues, wdien 
indeed there is but one. 

Emblem of prudence and sulitility. 

The U'yveni. upper part like a dragon, with only two legs, and the lower part like a 
serpent, always drawn with wings up and addorsed unless otherwise described. An imaginary 
monster, represented as strong and fierce, and may be deemed the emblem of viciousness and 
envy. In armory they are properly applied to tyranny or the overthrow of a vicious enemy. 

The Miinii or C reseeiil. It shews a man to do something whereby he is advanced to 
honour in his old age. The pro]ier color of the moon in herahly we take it to be :;rgent. 

Tlie Liitii is, for his hcroie i|ualities, used as an emblem of strength, courage, generosity, 
power, * * * his look hold, his gait proud. * * * When his strength fails he becomes 
an enemy of uKin. but not before or ever to children: * * * he stirreth up himself by 
often beating his hack and sides with his Tail, .and thereby stirreth up his courage so that he 
may do nothing Faintly or Cowardly. When he is Hunted he carefully provideth for his 
Safety, laboring to frustrate the pursuit of the Hunters, by sweeping out his footsteps with 
his Tail as he goeth that no ap|iearance of his Track may be discovered whereby they may 
know which way to fillow liini. — i'rom Crossby's Peerage. 

HERALDIC CILXRGES 

on the Kingsbury shields, likewise the crests, show fortitude and magnanimity^— boldness of 
spuit, skilful and politic— perseverance and caution — deliberation and investigation— quick 
intelligence, constancy, innocence and purity— opposition to tyranny— desire to do something 
whereby may be advancement to honor in old age — strength, courage, generosity and conscious 
power. 



EXPLANATORY AND IIISTORICAI,. 9 

TRAITS Ol- cii\rac'ti:k. 

Remarkable attacliniont to agricultural pursuits ; from their tirst settlement in America 
they lived in the conmion. temperate style of New England farmers, yet with patriotic fervor 
and love of military tactics. Noble-hearted, industrious. iuRenious, intelligent, of the 
strictest integrity, disdaining the low arts of dissimulation, shunning the ways of vice and 
walking in the paths of virtue and piety — "a reticent nature having a personal holy of 
holies into which few are admitted" — reverent, cherishing love of God. family and country. 
with "llu- cnuragr of thrir cmn'ictions." The word 

FAITHFUL 

defines the most marked characteristic of a Kingsbury. 

You find occasionally one who like the son in the parable says. "I will not — but aflei 
wards repented and went." 

This is a clean record of a growing llock, with "lil:ick sheep" few and f.ir l)ctwcen. 

There arc various amials of 

OUR ANCESTOR.S. 

One .gives Henry. Joseph. John, with a 'I'homas who pronnseil to come, and while there 
seems to be an initial point in tracing the ancestry from England — "three brothers first 
came to this country." The Kiiigsburys hardly share this well nigh universal claim, claim- 
ing as first emigrants three descendants of a eonunon p.irent. who is noted herein, because 
unknown, as 

(x) 

1. JOSEPH, born , 16—, who with wife Millicent came in 162S. 

2. JOHN, born , 16— who with wife Margaret came with his lirolher Joseph. 

3. HENRY, born , 16 — , who with wife Margaret ;inil two children came in 1630, in 

ship "Talliot." Ilag ship of Gov. Winthrop's sc|uadron. 

The name Tlioiiuis follows ili.it of Henry in a list of names in the addenda to Winthrop's 
Journal (H-3.40). Savage thinks it a catalogue of those who in February designed to come 
over, of whoiTi the greater part arrived. Winthrop's Journal (I-369) gives Henry and Jo.scph 
.settled in Dcdhani ; John (no children! in Newbury, proprietor of Watertown. i()36-7. re- 
moved to Dcdham: Henry, the younger, in Haverhill. 

Another annal says. "Four brothers came together from the southwest of England: 
Joseph, Eleazer, Ebenczer and John, but oiuits detail concerning Eleazcr and Ebenezer. 
Joseph applied for admittance to the church first formed at IXclhani .ind was rejected for 
'want of grace,' according to the record of that town, lie and John subsequently went to 
Haverhill. During their residence there, as they were returning home one day from work 
at a distance, they fell into a dispute as to which way they should go— not agreeing, they 
separated. Joseph returning through the woods and John by the path. John was captured 
by the Indians and carried into Canada, where he remained three years. He finally returned 
to Dedham. in which place be died childless, leaving his properly to the church. By the 
proceeds of this, the ministry of the dominant society is principally supported. The court 
house stands on land given liy liim to the town. Joseph. Ihr graci'Icss, finally settled m 
Norwich. Conn., and from bun the most nourishing progeny descended. 



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FIR5T GENERATION. 

(x) I. 

JOSEPH, liiirn Eii.nl.uul. . i6 — : married Millici.iU Ames in luiglaiid, 16 — : came lo 

America l6_'S, made a freeman in Massaclnisclts Colony 1641 ; setlled in Dedliam. 
Mass. He died alxmt 1676; his wife survived liini. She "a tender-hearted souk- full 
of fears and temptations, but truly breathing after Chri,st." was received to the fellow- 
ship of the Dedhani church in the winter of 1638-g. without making a public recital 
of her experience: hut by giving good .satisfaction in private and liy publicly assenting 
to the relation made for her. .At the forming of the churcli in i6,?S Joseph was one oC 
the ten men con.sidered most suitable to be "an original member," but when they 
were discussed in turn, he was one of the four not admitted. ".Mthough good hopes were 
entertained of him. yet some in the company were jealous of him that he was too 
much addicted to the world." "We ten continued to meet at the weekly meetings, 
sometimes longer. * * * Joseph Kingsbury remained stiff and unhumbled. but 
at last, when we were desirous lo determine his case, the Lord left him into such 
a distempered, passionate flying out on one of the company whom the Lord had em- 
ployed to charge home upon some injustice that we thought him unfit for the church. 
How much all this grew out of the fact that in .\pril. 1638. the town took land for a 
burial place, still in use. from the south end of his hamlet, exchanging other land for 
it. and soon after took an acre of land from the end of his lot for a church. I don't 
know. Neither do I know whether the .spirituality of that tender-hearted soule, his wife, 
was the instrument of his reconciliation to his brethren or whether the birth of his 
son Joseph required .-1 thankoffcring. but April y. 1641. he united with the church. 

CHILDREN" : 

4. SARAH, born 1635; married Robert Crossman. May 25. 1652. 

5. M.ARY. born September i, 1637; married Thomas Cooper. 

6. ELIZABETH, born September 14. 1638: married Nathaniel Brewer. 
JOSEPH, born February 17. 1640; married, first. Mary . died July 31. 1680: mar- 
ried, second. Mary Doruier. 

JOHN, born .'\ugust 15. 1643; married Elizabeth Fuller, who survived her husband and 
married Michael Metcalf. September 19. 1672. 
9. ELEAZER (or Eliezer). born May 17. 1645: married Esther Judson. October 30. 1676. 
10. NATHANIEL, baptized February 2, 1650: married Mary Bacon. 
The will of Joseph is dated May 22. 1675. recorded January 5. 1676. 

(X) 2.;'7' 
JOHN, b.rn in Englan.l ; came to America with wife Margaret: was a freeman in Mas- 
sachusetts. March 3. 1635-6. 

They had no children. 
Following are extracts from his will, made in 1659: 

"To his brother Jo.seph he left one book." "Unlo my kinsman John K the .sonn of my 
aforcsayd brother my bible and my psalme-book." "To my well beloved wife Margaret, 
the free use of all my real and personal estate during her life" "and one-half m fee to be 
divided among her heirs at her death-frem the other half unto John K £15" and £5 to 
Thomas Cooper of Sea Cauque. "My mind is that after the two legacies last menlioned are 
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t4 KINGSBURY GENEALOGY. 

set out the remainder of half of my estate being distinct from that half before given to my 
wife shall be divided into soe many equal parts, that my, kinsman, Henry K of Ipswicli and 
each of the sons and daughters of my brother Joseph K of Dedham may have one equal 
part, and that my said brother Joseph may have two parts, that is to say twice so much 
as any of the other legacies in this division." "If any of the sonns of my brother Joseph 
at that time shall not attaine the age of 21 years my will is that my executor, shall within 
the time of 6 months before prefi.xed deliver that part belonging to the legacies under age 
to my brother theire father for their use." 

The name Kingsbury in this will is also spelled bc-ry. ar.d biini. 

(.x)3. 

HENRY, born — , i6 — . in England: married JNIargarCt Alabaster, i6 — : emigrated from As- 
>ington, near Groton, England, to America in ship "Talbot," llagship of Gov. Winthrop's 
squadron. Sailed March 30, 1630, arriving in Charlestown, Mass., in July, lO.^o. He 
and his wife joined the Fir.st church organization of the coming Boston, then called 
"Tri Mountain," being members 25 and 26. Removed to Ipswich, Mass, where he 
resided in 1648. 

CHILDREN: 

11. HENRY, born in England aliout 1615 : married Susannah . 

12. , born . 

In Dedham Town Records I read : 
"1636 month called September 

A note received from ye Wo spll J<4in Winthrop deputy Go [ ] in Rccommend- 
acon of his servant Henry Kingsbury ye [ ] to sit | ] wth vs : was Reade, and his 
Request condeeendcd vnto only Respited until! ye e.xpiracon of ye tyme of his s [ ] 
wch is next to violate our order formerly [ ] in that behalfe." 



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SECOND GENERATION. 

(x-i) 4. 

SARAH, clauglitLT of Jo.scpli and Milliccm (Ames) Kingsliury. Ijorii i6,?5; married May J5, 
1652, Robert Grossman, "Tlu- Drum Maker of New England." of Dedham. 1642; re- 
moved to Taunton. 165 1. where he was hir^ely employed in making; and repairing of 
arms. Fitted out Capt. Sanuicl Gallop's Gompany for the Ganada expedition, under Sir 
William Phipps. in 1690. Note the following quaint account: 

"Robert Grossmans accoimt of what he did for ye soukliers yl went 

to Canada 1690: 

Mending Jos Joneses, Gun 

to Saiul holow 3. ,gun 

to Donoll fishers, gun 

to Jona Brigs, gun for Samuel hohnvay 

to Gonstable Thrasher, 2 hats 

to Richard Brig's, gun for John Haskins 

to Tho Gilbert's gun, for Thomas Richmond 

to a hatchet and mending Donall Phillips gun 

to Miles Jordan a hatchet and mending gun 

to Will Ripley a hatchet 

to mending Don Phillips gun again 

to Richard Marshalls gun 

to Will hacks gun 

to Isaac Deans gun for John Bayky 

to mending Jona hoskins gun and in room of 
mine yt 

Ripley had for 15s before it was niendeil 080 

total I I 15 5 

Robert Grossman. 
What is about wright and 

can to sa.safy make oath too if needed. 

Taunton Dec i 1690 

ISSUE: 
John Crossmaii. born March 16. 1654: married Jo:uui:i Thayer. January 7. i68g. 
Mary Crossmaii, born July 16. 1655. 

Rolicrt Crossmaii. born August 3. i657; married Hannah Brooks. July Ji. 1679. 
Joseph Crossman, born .\pril 25. 1659. 
Nathaniel Crossman, born August 7. i(j6o. killed l)y Indians at Wrenth.im. March 8. 

1675-6. 
Elcazar Crossman. born March 16. 1663: died October 26. 11)67. 
Eliaabcth Crossman, born May 2. 1665. 
Samuel Crossman. born July 25. 1667; married, first. Elizabeth . and. second. 

Mary . 

Mercy Crossman, born March 20. 1669. 
Thomas Crossman, born October 6, 1671. 
Siisannali Crossman, born February 14. i^)7-'- 

Robert Grossman died in i(X)2. His wife in if>— . 
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i8 KINGvSBURY GENEALOGY. 

(x-i)5. 

MARY, ihiugliKT of Jiisqih and Millicciit I.Alne^) Kingsbury, liorn St-ptenilx-r i, 16,^7, in 
Dcdham, Mass.: niarriL-il Thomas Cooper, of Rehoboth ; had one cliild. She dinl m 
1662, and her husband married Elizabeth Rand, in 1663. 

(-x-i)6. 

ELIZABETH, (laughter of Juseiih and .\lillicent (.\mes) Kingsbury, born September 14, lOjS. 
in Dedham ; married Nathaniel Brewer, of Roxbiiry. She died Jinie 25, i66j, and left 
one child, Elizabctli Bmucr, who was living in 1675. 

(-X-I) 7. 

JOSEPH, sun of Joseph and Millicei't (Ames) Kingsbury, born February 17. 1640. in 
Dedham; married, first, Mary , about 1664. and had children: 

44. JOSEPH, born August 2i. 1665: married Mary ; died October i, 1687. 

45. JOHN, born Deceinber 24, 1667. and died before 1695 

46. ELIZABETH, born May 14, 1670- 1 ; was the second wife of William Briggs. 

47. ELEAZ.^R, born May 9-12, 1673; married Sarah Manana, April 14. 1696; was a tailor 

in Wrentham. Nove;^iber 25, 1695 : afterward became a preacher. According to Cot- 
ton Mather he changed his name to Berry and went to Cape May. 

48. HANNAH, born July 26, 1675. 

49. MARY, born November 19, 1677. 

50. MERCY, born November 19, 1O77: married Deacon Richard Briggs in 1706-8. 

51. MARAH, born July 19, 1680. 

His wife died July 31, 1680, and he married, second, Mary Dornier. Septemlier 7, 1681. 
who died in Wrentham. He died December i(), 1688. 

(x-i) 8, 

JOHN, son of Joseph and Milbcent (.Ames) Kingsbury, born .\ugust [5. 1643. in Dedham: 
married Elizabeth, daugliter of Thomas Fuller. He died May 30, 1669. They had one 
child: 

52. ELIZABETH, Jjorn November 2^. 1668: m;irried Joseph D:im(in. Decemlier 12. 1686. 
John's widow married Michael Metcalf. S*ptember 17. 1672. He died September I, 1693. 

She died October 24, 1732. 

(x-i) 9. 

ELEAZER, (or Eliezer), son of Josepli and Millicent (.Ames) Kingsbury, born May 17, 1645. 
in Dedham; married Esther Judson, daughter of Samuel Judson, of Horton, Bradford- 
dale, County York, England, afterwards of Dedham, October 30, 1676. Freeman at 
Dedham, May 15. 1690. She. died May 6, 1717. He died February 22. 1722. 

CHILDREN: 

62. MARY, born April 6. 1680: died June 6. 1717. 

63. ELEAZER, born May to, 1683; married in 1704. 

C14. JOSIAH, born , 168—; married Susannah Morey, January 16, 1704-5. 

65. SAMUEL, born November 4. 1690; married Joanna Guild, May 12, 1712, daughter of 

Guild, town clerk of Walpole, 1724, and deacon of First Church in 17,30 (1740). 
«\ NOAH, born September 16, 1694; married Mehitabel Morey, September .30, 1718, 
In will of Josiah, April 14, 1739, Susannah is called Hannah, 

(x-i) 10. 

NATHANIEL, son of Joseph and Millicent (.Ames) Kingsbury, born March 25, 1650. in 
Dedham; married Mary Bacon, daughter of John Bacon and Rebecca Hall, October 
14. 1673, in Dedham; was freeman of Massachusetts in 1677, and died October 14, 1694. 



SECOND GENERATION. 19 

CHILDREN: 

67. NATHANIEL, born Siiitciuln.r 14, 1674; ni;irricil Abigail Baker, Dcci-mbcr 5. 1695. 

68. JAMES, born ; married Alice . 

69. TIMOTHY, born October 15, 1680; married llannab . 

70. JOHN, born .\ngnst 17. 1686; married Mary , wbo died 171.V 

71. D.VNIEL, born November 11, 1688; married F.Ii/abetb Stevens, Oecember 29, 1713- 

72. MILLICENT, born March 30, 1693. 

(x-3) n. 

HENRY, son of Henry and Margaret (.\labaster) Kingsbury, born about 1615, in England; 
,„;,iried . Susannab . who died February 21, 1678. He died in Haverhill, Mass- 
October I, 16S7 (1677). 

CHILHREN: 

JOHN, born ; married Elizabeth Dustin. 

EPHRAIM. born : killed at Haverhill. May. 1676. by the Indians. 

SL'S.ANNAH, born ; married Joseph Pike. 

J.-\MES. born . 1^154: married Sarah Button. January 6. 167.^. 

JOSEPH, born . 1656: married Love Ayer, April 2. 1679. 

SAMUEL, born ; married Huldah Coriiss, November 5, 1679. 

THOMAS, born ; married, first, widow, Deborah Eastman. June 29. iCkji : mar- 
ried, second, Sarah Haines. January 19, 1702-3- 
80. EUNICE, born ; married James White, Ai)ril lO. 1678, 



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THIRD GENERATION. 

(x-i-7) 44. 

JOSEPH, son of Joseph pnd M:iry ( ) Kiniishury. horn August 2.?. 1665. in Dedhani, 

Mass.: married Mary , who died July 31. 1680. He died December 16. 1688. 

CHILDREN: 

83. MIZAH, born . 

84. JACOB, born . 

85. JOSEPH, born . 

86. ELIJAH, born : married Lois Leonard, and lived near ISoonville. Oneida County. 



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(x-i-7)46. 



ELIZABETH, daughter of Jo.seph and Mary ( ) Kingsbury, born . 1670; second 

wife of William Briggs. born November 21. 1O63, in Taunton, a cooper. He died 
April 21. 1725. She died November 27. I72<). His will on record in Taunton Probate 
Office. 

ISSUE: 
ll'illiaiii Ihiggs. 
Isaac Briggs. 
And perhaps others. 

(x-i-7)50. 

MERCY, daughter of Joseph and Mary ( ) Kingsliury. horn November 19. 1677: mar- 
ried Deacon Richard Briggs. Jr.. a' farmer, living in Taunton, Mass., in that part which 
he and forty-six of his neighbors begged to have set off "ns a prcsink for the main- 
tenance of a minister, an able orthodox minister." In his will, made just before his 
death, October 27. 1732. he says: "I give and bequeath to my beloved wife, Mercy 
Briggs my best Bead and Bead close and furniture there unto belonging, and by Reson 
that She is not capehull of maintaining of any Bysncs for herselfe. therefore I do not 
give her any more to he at her disposal, but shall Provide for her as is hereafter 
mentioned." 

ISSUE: 

Timolliv Briggs (ensign), from whom is descende<l .Mrs. Polly Goodwin, whose five 
sons and three grandsons w'cre ministers, and all but one. of the Episcopal Church. 

George Briggs. father of Rev. Joel Briggs. an efTicicnt Baptist i)reacher, eighty years ago. 

James Briggs (deacon), had a host rf Baptist descendants, besides the Rev. James 
Briggs, of Cnmmington, Bryant's early pastor, .'\mong his grandchildren were 
Caroline A. Mason, the poetess, and her sister. Mrs. D. J. Stoddard, of the 
Ooroomiah mission. 

Richard Briggs (deacon), father of Ephraim. who had five ministerial sons and a 
physician. 

(x-i-y)64. 

JOSIAH, son of Elcazer and Esther (Judson) Kingsbury, born .iboul 16S5. in Oedham ; 

married January 16, 1704-5, Susannah Morey. of Roxbury. born 27, 16S5. He 

was a "husbandman": died in I7,3g. 

(23) 



24 KINGSBURY GENEALOGY. 

CHILI )RKN: 



193. 
194 

195 
196. 
197 
198, 

199 
200. 



JOSIAH, born Noveniljcr 15. 1703. 
THEODORE, horn Dcccnil.er 17. 1707. 

JESSE, born , 1709. 

THO.MAS. born , 171 1. 

JEMIMA, born , 171,^ 

ELIPHALET, born , 1715: married Abigail Fuller. 

CALEB, born , 1717. 

ELIJAH, born , 1719. 

(x-i-9) 65. 



SAMUEL, son of Elcazcr and Estber (Judson) Kingsbury, born November 4. iCkjo; married 
M.iy 12. 1712, Joanna Guild, of Wrentbam. He was town clerk of Walpole, 1724; 
deacon First churcb. Walpole. I7,w; and died June i. 1744. 

CHILDREN: 

201. . born ; died . 1717. 

202. ESTHER, born February 2,?, 1717-8; married Elienezer Baker.' 

203. SETH. born May 18. 1720; married Miriam Holbrook. 

204. JOANN.>\, born Octolicr 19. 1722; married Josepb Holmes. 

205. NATHAN, born . 

206. MARY, born ; married Henry Smith. 

(x-1-9) 66. 

NOAH, soil (if Eleazer .and Esther (Judson) Kingsbury, bom September lO, 1(104; ni.irried 
September 30. 1718. .Mehit.ibel Morey. born July 20. 169S; resided in Dedbam, Mass., 
t7.W- 

CHILDREN: 

207 NOAH, Iiorn, March 20, 1720. 

208. EZEKIEL. born November 14. 1721 , married Keziah . 

2og. JOSHLLV, Iiorn July 30, 1723; married, first, Martha Fisher, Janu.iry 19, 174S-Q: mar- 
ried, second, Hannah Lewis. November 30, 1760. 
210. MARY, born April 12, 1725. 
2ir. ABIGAIL, burn July 30, 1732. 

(.x-i^io) 67. 

NATHANIEL, (seargent). son of Nath.iniel ;ind Mary (Bacon) Kingsbury, born Septenilier 
14, 1074; married December 5, 1695. Abigail Baker, born 1674. (she was called Madam), 
sister of Rev. Baker, settled in Sherburne, Mass., 1707-1730. He was "an inn- 
holder." He had a deed dated December 12. T693, commencing, "To all Christian 
people, &c."; on back equivalent to an acknowledgment, "Joseph Ellice coming on 
the tract of land that is alienated by this instrument, did give ])ossession to Nathaniel 
Kingsbury by turf and twig — part for the whole premises." He died January 19. 
1724-5. She died November 9, 1764, in her ninetieth year, h;iving "lived about 20 years 
a single life, 30 years in the married state and about 40 years in that of widowhood. 
In each of which her behavior was amiable and exemplary." 

CHILDREN: 

212. ABIG.AIL, born January 5, 1696-7: married February 10, 1726, Amos Fislu r, born 
June 2, 1687: was a widow in 1767. 



THIRD GENERATION. 25 

213. NATHANIEL, ((icacon). 1>nrn July 31. 1698; married, first, June 14, 1722, Elizabeth 

Billiard, daughter of Ensign William and Elizabeth (Avery) Bullard, of Dedhani. 
born November 8, 1699, died December 29. 1751 ; married, second, July 2, 1762, Han- 
nah Fisher, who died August 19. 1775. aged 76. He was deacon in First church. 
Dedham. 29 years: died .August 20. 1775. Nathaniel had no children, but adopted 
his nephew, Nathaniel (561), sou of Benjamin, of Walixile (219), and to him he left 
his farm. Will of record, February 6. 1776. 

214. JEREMIAH, born March 24. 1701 ; m.nrried Rest . 

215. EBENEZER. born DecemlxT iS. 170!; married Abigail . 



216. MARY, born August 2, 1705; luuu.irried ; dieil , 1786-8. 

217. S.\R.\H, born . 1711; died December 17, 1730. 

218. KE1;EK.\H, born May 27, 171,?; married Lieut. Nalhauiel (iay. of Walpole. Mass.. 

who died July 26-8, 1776, aged 65. She died at Kebnbi.tli. September 14 1807, 
aged 95- 
J19. BENJ.AMIN. born December 27. 1715: married Jedidah C^ooke, , 1741- 

220. JOSEPH, born January 19. 1718-9; married Phebc Willet. January 3, 1765. 

(x-i-io)68. 

JAMES, son of Nathaniel and Mary (Bacon) Kingsbury, born , 1678, in Dedhani; 

married Alice . One of the children was 

221. JONATHAN, born in Ncedham, , 1722; married Ha.xmal. 

(x-i-io) 69. 

TIMOTHY, son of Nathaniel and Mary (Bacon) Kingsbury, born October 15, 1680; mar- 
ried Hannah , of Dedham, He died in 1760, His will, dated March 27, 1757, 

in his 77th year, proved October 31. 176a. 

CHILDREN: 

231. TIMOTHY, born . 

232. MEHITABEL. born . 

2ii. RUTH, born ; married Alden. 

And perhaps others. 

The following, in Ncedham Chronicle, shows the delightful manner of settling ilillk-ulties 
in ancient days among the inhabitants of Ncedham: 

"March 29 1736. This day we. the following persons Jonathan Townsend. Jeremiah 
Woodcock. Timothy Kingsbury (69), Eleazer Kingsbury (47), Thomas Mctcalf, Josiah 
Newell, Henry Prat, Benoni Woodward, Zachariah Mills, Samuel Parker, having heard that 
Captain Robert Cook and Captain Fisher had to say respecting the several matters of differ- 
ence and di.spute between them, they agreed to leave with us and sit down and abide by 
our advice and determination in the matter, and after some discourse among ourselves we 
united and concurr'd unanimously in ye following opinion and advice to 'em, viz : We some 
of ye Brethren of ye chh. here, having heard what Capt Cook and John Fisher Esqr have to 
say about all past matters of difference between them, do declare it our opinion that every 
past difficulty and uneasiness be forgiven and passed by them and we advise the said con- 
tending brethren to bury all their differences in one common grave of forgetfulness and for 
the time to come to live and act together as brethren Christians ought to do. This advice 
they both thanked us for and accepted of. After this we sang, P.sal : 138. I (Rev. Jonathan 
Townsend) called for a Tankard of drink, and drank to both the heretofore contending 
but now reconciled brethren, wishing and praying that ye peace of God which passeth all 
under.standing might keep their hearts and minds thro' Christ Jesus, and that they and all of 
us, for the time to come, mi't live and act together in love and peace, that the God of love 
and peace might be with us to which Capt Cook said Amen. I gave the Tankard into Capt 
Cooks hand, he drank himself and drank to Capt Fisher, we all drank cl sic finilur, so the 
matter ended," 



26 KINGSBURY GENEALOGY. 

(x-i-io) 71. 

DANIEL, (Dt-acon), son of Nathaniel and ALary (Bacon) Kingsbnry. liorn Novemljcr ii. 1688. 
ni Dcdhani. .Mass.; married, December 29, 1713, Elizabeth Stevens (or Stephens), of 
Dedham. He died .April 2T. 1754. in Wrentham. where he had lived. She died July u, 
I7(,4. He was chosen the first deacon. March 8, 1739. of the First Congregational 
chureli, in that part of Wrentham which was called "Western Precinct," and in 1778 
was incorporated nndcr the name of Praiiklin, Mass. 

CHILDREN: 

-'44. D.VNIEL. Ijorn March u. 1715; married, first. Beriah Alann, November 3. 1737; mar- 
ried, second, widow, .Abigail Adams, October 19. 1755. 

245. STEPHEN, born . 171O; married Silence Partridge, . 

246. ELIZABETH, born ; married Joshna Partridge. , 

247. MARY, born ; married Joseph Harding, . 

(x-3-n) 73, 

JOHN, son of Henry and Susannah ( ) Kmgsbury, born ; married Elizabeth Dustin. 

He died January 23. 1670-1. His widow survived him and married. December 11. 
1O72, Peter Green. She died December 20, 1677. The Kingslniry children were: 

259. JOHN, born at Rowley, July 28, 1667; married Hannah , at Newbury. 

260. A daughter. 

(.X-3-1O 75. 

SUSANNAH, daughter of Henry and Su.sannah ( ) Kingsbury. ])orn : married. 

January 29, 1662, Joseph Pike. She died Decendier 5. 1718. 

ISSUE: 

Stiriili !'iki\ born Octolier 12. 1666; married .Anthony Morse. 

.l/(;;v ['ike. l)orn .April 19, 1670. 

Joseph {'ike. liorn .A]iril 17, 1674; married .Anna Smith, who died 1695. 

llaiiuah Pike, born March 24. 1679; married Joseph Ilsley, in 1701. 

Thuiiias Pike, born .August 4. 1681 ; married Sarah Little. 

Bciijuiuin Pike, born SeptemVier 21. . 

Joliii Pike, born December 28. ; married Lydia Little. 

(x-3-ii) 76. 

JAMES, son of Henry and Susannah ( ) Kingsbury, born . 1654, in Haverhill, 

Mass.; married, January 6, 1673-4, Sarah Button (or Butler) : removed from Haver- 
hill to Plainfield, Conn., about 1693. and was residing in Needham prior to 1706. 

CHILDREN: 

268. SUSANNAH, born April 18, 1675. 

269. S.ARAH, Iiorn .August 13, 1677. 

270. M.ARY, born .August 18. 1(179; married Samuel Cole, of Hartford, January 2, 1693. 

271. EPHRAIM. born April 13. 1681 ; married Phebe . about 1701. 

272. ABIG.AIL. born February 26. 1686: married Eleazar Spaulding. November 14-17. 1712. 
273. S.AMUEL, born July 18, 1690; married Hannah Kibbee. 



THIRD GENERATION. 27 

(x-3-n) 77. 

JOSEPH, .Mill ut Henry and Sii.s;innali ( ) Kingshiiry. liurn , 1(157; niarriccl. April 

2-5, ifi/Q, Ltive Aycr, daughter of Thomas and lilizabcth (Ihitchins) Aycr. of Haverhill, 
who married. April. 1656. He was freeman Spr. October 11. 1862^ removed from 
Haverhill to Norwich. Conn., with wife and sons. Joseph and Nathaniel. He was 
chairman of the meeting at whicli the j^uciety was organized, in 1716: w.is chosen one 
of the first deacons two years later. His descendants are numerous and have done 
not a little to shape the history of Franklin (West Farms), formerly a part of Niir- 
wich. She was born April 15. 1663. and died .'\pril 2. 1735. He died .April 9. 1741. 
aged 85. 

CHILDRFN: 

274. JOSEPH. Ijorn June .'J, i()S_>; married Ruth Denison. h'ebruary 5. 1705. 

275. NATHANIEL, born Attgust 23. 1684: married Ham;ah Denison, ,\pril . 1709. 

276. ELIZABETH, born May 10. 1686: died May 24. i/of) (?). 

277. MARY, born October 13-19, 1687; married Stephen Bingham. December 11. 1712. 

278. ELIZABETH, born October 16. 1C93; married Samuel Ashley. August 19. 1717. They 

had one child. John, horn at Rowley. . 

279. SUS.iXNN.AH. born Seplenilier 24. 1695; married Jon:ithan l.;idd, Deceinlur 2,^, 1713. 

(.X-3-11) 78. 

SAMUEL, son of Henry and Susannah ( ) Kingsbury, horn ; married November 

5, 1679, Huldah Corliss (or Curtis). He died September 26, 1698. 

CHILDREN : 

280. HULD.\H. born August 16. 1680; married John Eastman. . 

281. THOM.\S, born October 29, 1681 : married Margaret Haines, November 25. 1706. 

(x-.Mi) 79. 

THOMAS, .MMi of Henry and Susannah ( ) Kingsbury, born ; married, first, Deborah 

(Corliss) Eastman. June 29. 1691. and. second. Sarah Haines (or Hawes), January 
19, 1702-3. He was a soldier. On January 2. 1707. the town of Plainfield freely granted 
20 acres of land to Thomas K.. ■•])rovidenlially cast into Plainfield after a long cap- 
tivity, having lost all he had by the enemy." He died in Plainfield in 1720. 

CHILDREN: 

282. THOMAS, born January ^o. 1692. 

283. MEHITABFL, horn June 29, 1696. 

Both were killed by the Indians, March 15. ifJ97. 

Wife Sarah survived her husband, and married Willi.am Corbett. of Lebanon, Conn. 



ll 



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FOURTH GENERATION. 

•t -t 4 

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FOURTH GENERATION. 



(-\-i-7-.m) 86. 



ELIJAH, son of Joseph aiul Mary ( ) Kingshuiy. linrn ; nianicil Lois Lcoiianl 

removing from Massacluisc-tts to near Boonvillc Oiuida Co.. N. V.. about i<Soo. 
He died . aged 6j. She <hed , aged (J2. 



325 
326 
327 
328, 
329 
330. 
331 
332 
333 
334 



CHILDREN: 

LEONARD, born . 

ELIAS. born . 

ELIJAH, born . 

JOHN, born . 

JESSE, born . 

JEREAHAH. br.rn ; married . 1811. I'"li/ab;-th SiUlon. 

EBENEZER. born . 

SOLOMON, born , 

LOIS, born : married HaH. 

LUCINA, 1)orn ; married Fisk. 

AMY, born ; m.nried (Icorge Ami'-t, in Mi^sonri. Issue: Three daughters and 

four sons. 

(x-i-9-64) J98. 



ELIPHALET, son of Josiah and Susannah (Morey) Kingsbury, born February i.). 1750; 
m.irricd Abigail Fuller, . He died in Needham , 1796. 



395 
396. 
397 
398 
399 
400. 
401 
402. 
403 
4"4 
405 



CHILDREN : 

ELIPHALET. born . 

ELIJAH, born . 

ABIGAIL, born . 

WILLIAM, bom . 

JEMIMA, born . 

SARAH, born . 

EBENEZER, born . 

MARY, born . 

SAMUEL, born . 

RACHEL, born . 

JOEL, born . 

(x- 1 -9-65) 203. 



SETH, (Colonel), son of Samuel and Joanna (Cuild) Kingsbury, born May 18, 1720, in 
Lledham ; married Miriam Holbrook. born July 16. 172,?. They lived in Wrcnlham 
where he died. November 25. 1800. She died October 28 (2.?). 1815. 

CHILDREN: 

435. ELIZ.XBETH. born February 27. 1743; married Harding, who <lied at Mcdway. 

September 1. 1817. 

436. S.^MUEL. born May 2. 1745; was drowned. August 4. 17(^17 Lewis H. Kingsbury. 

cashier of Dedham Bank, is his great grandson. 

(31) 



32 kINGSBURY GENEALOGY. 

437. MIRIAM, born March 20. 1747; married Asa Smith. Issue: Rhoda. married Na- 

thaniel Bird; Rntli, married Phineas Allen; . married Fisher: . 

married Morse. She died at Walpole. in 1830. 

438. SETH (Lient.). born December 9. 1749; married, first. Miriam Allen, and second, 

Rebecca ( Pettee ) Clapp. No children. He died Jannary 22. 1790. 
43Q. RUTH, born April 2, 1752; married Solomon (560) Kingsbnry, of Walpole. 

440. SARAH, born October 18, 1754: married Joseph Falcs. In Patent Office, Washington, 

D. C. Had a son. She died Jime, iSiS. 

441. ASA. born Jnly 9. 1757; married Ennice Holbrook. He died .August 12. 1840. Had a 

son. Lawton (or Lan'son). 

442. JOANN.A. born .August 27. lyCto: married, first. Calvin Gay: second, Rev. George 

Morey. Issue; Jininiia Gay. born . married Josiah Hill: Rebecca Gay, born 

, married John A. Gould ; Riv. FJu-nrccr Gay. Iiorn , married Laura Saunders ; 

Susanniih Gay, born , married Henry Plympton. She died November 17, 1848. 

443. DANIEL, born March 19, 1763: married, first, Susannah Clapp: second, Miriam Allen. 

444. JOSEPH, born November 19. 1766; married : resided in Foxboro, Mass., where 

his descendants are still living — storekeepers, members of the legislature and demo- 
cratic politicians. 

(x- 1 -9-66) 20s 

EZEKIEL, son of Noah :ind MebU;ibel (Morey) Kingsbury, born November 14, 1721 ; mar- 
ried Keziah . He died . 1797. 



485 
486, 
487 
488, 

489 
490, 
491 



CHILDREN: 

LYDIA, born August 9, 1753; married Reuben White. 
ANN.A. born December 2S, 1755; married Jonathan Bird. 

EZEKIEL, born ; married Mary . 

NO.AH, born May ,50. 175S. 

KATH.\RINE, born ; married William G.iy. 

LUCY, born : married Clu-istnpher Chester. 

JUDITH, born . 

(x- 1 -9-66) 209. 



JOSHUA, son of Noah and Alehitabel (Morey) Kuigsbury. born July 30, 1723; married 
tirst, Martha Fisher, January 19, 1748-9. 

CHILDREN: 

492. JOSHU.X, born October 17, 1749. 

493. FISHER, born Jannary 17, 1752. 

494. AARON, born December 13, 1754; died .August 15, 1818. 

495. MARTHA, born March 13, 1756; died June , 1769. 

496. MARY, born June 29, 1758; married Richards: died September 15, 1796. 

497. MOSES, born November 30. 1760; died March 3, 1761. 

498. ESTHER, born August 23, 1762. 
40Q. S.\LLE, born April 5, 1764. 

500. MEHIT.ABEL. Ixirn January 31. 1766; marrictl Ayers ; died ,'\pril 13. 1811. 

501. NATH.'\N, born May 30, 1769. 

Married, second. Hannah Lewis. November 30. 1769. 

CHILDREN: 

502. HANNAH, born March 25, 1771 : died October 4, 1778. 

503. MOSES, born November 4, 1772. 

504. DANIEL, born March 25. 1775: died September 25. 1778. 

505. RACHEL, born October 16. 1777; baptized March 4, 1780. 



FOURTH GENERATION. 33 

(x-i-io-6;) 2J4. 

JEREMIAH, son of Natlianicl and Abigail (Baker) KinKslnny, liom Marcli 24, 1701 : mar 

riod Rest , and resided in Dedliani. wluri- he died, March 1,?. 1786. aged 85. Slie 

died before 1786. 



536. 
537 
538. 
539 
540. 



CHILDREN; 

JEREMIAH, born , in Dcdliam. 

NATHANIEL, l.orn , in Sharon. 

JAMES, born , in Dcdham. 

ABIGAIL, born ; married Ehenozer Capcn ; residence. StonRhton, 

SARAH, born Angnst 17, 1741 ; married Benjamin Fairbanks; Hved in Stoughlonham. 

(x-[-io-()7 ) 2J5. 



EBENEZER, son of Nathaniel and Abigail (.Baker) Kingsbury, born December 18, 1703; 

married Abigail ; resided in Dedhani, where he die<l September ,?, 1775, aged 72. 

She died November 11, 1767, aged 60. 



CHILDREN; 



541 



ABIGAIL, born March 4, 17,30. 



542. EBENEZER, born May 31, 17,34. 

543. SAMLIEL.* born December 17, 1736; died December .30. 1778. 

544. ENOCH, born December 7, 1738, 

545. D.WID, born Jnne 8, 1741; died August 13, 17.S4. 

546. ASA. born October 7, 1743; died September 24, 1754. 

547. M.\RY. born October 27, 1746. 

548. JOSEPH, born December 6. 1749. 

*Rev. Samuel graduated Harvard College 1759. "w.-is a learned scholar and a good 
divine"; settleil at Edgarton. 1701. 

(x-l-io-67) 218. 

REBEKAH, daughter of Nathaniel and .Abigail (B.iker) Kingsbury, born May 27. 1713; 
married Lieut. Nathaniel Gay: resided in Walpole. He died July 26. 1776. aged 65 
She died at Rehobolh. September 14, 1807. aged 95. 

(x-i-io-r)7) 219. 

BENJAMIN, .son of Nathaniel and Abigail (Baker) Kingsbury, horn December 27. 1715: 

was a farmer; married, first. Jedidah Cooke. . 1741: resided in Walpole in 1740. 

He died in Dedham. l'"ebruary 20. 1787; buried in Walpole. She died .\pril 24. 1775. 
aged 62. 

CHILDRKN; 

559. BENJAMIN, born October .30, 1742; married, first, .\bigail Sawin. December I, 1768; 

second, Lucretia Locke, September 3, 1794- 

560. SOLOMON, born November 24, 1745; married, first. Ruth Kingsbury; second. Ke-iah 

Merriam. 

561. NATHANIEL, born February 6-8. 1749: married, first, Jemima Ellis: second, wi.low. 

Sibyl Ellis; third, widow. Lorena Morse, 

562. ELIZ,'\BETH. born January 6. 1753: was married April 2i.(?) 1775. to Rev. Joshua 

Armsbey (or Armsbury). of Sutton, Mass.. by Stephen Metcalf. J, P. 

Benjamin (219) and Catherine Cheney, of Ponifrct. were published in Walpole. but 

the marriage was solemnized in Ponifrct. She proved to be a vixen, tradition says, and 
caused trouble in the family after Bcnj.-imin's death. 



34. KINGSBURY GENEALOGY. 

(x-i-io-67) 220. 

JOSEPH, son of Nathaniel anil Abigail (Baker) Kingsbury, born January 19, 1719; mar- 
ried. January 3, 1765. Phebc VVillctte. in Dedham ; resided in Dedham. where he died 
August 17. 1775- 

CHILDREN: 

563. JOSEPH, bnrn April 19. 1768. 

564. SARAH, baptized January 27, 1771 ; died August 14. 1775. 

565. GEORGE, baptized August 8. 1773: died August 14, 1775. 

Phebe survived her husband, and married. September 18. 1776. Joseph Gay. of Dedham. 

(x-i-io-68) 22J. 

JONATHAN, son of James and .Mice ( ) Kingsbury, born . [72J, in Needham. Mas.s. ; 

m.-irried Haxmal. He died in 1812. 

One of their children was : 

5O6. JONATHAN, born : married Jemima Skinner. 

(x-i-io-7r ) 244. 

DANIEL, son of Daniel and Elizabeth (Stevens) Kingsbury, born March 11. 1715: mar- 
ried, first. November 3. 1737. Beriah Mann, born April 25. 1717. She died May 12 
1755. He died Marcli 25, 1783. in Franklin, Mass. 

CHILDREN: 

5S9. N.ATHANIEL. born February iS, 1739: married, first. Mehitabel Johnson. .April 25, 
1765; second. Hannali Ware. March 16. 17(19; third, Rebecca Bigelow. 

590, LYDIA. born November 19. 1740: married .\mos Holbrook, who died M:irch 25, 

1777. She died March 3. 1781. 

591, DANIEL (deacon), born October 6, 1742, 

592, SAMUEL, born February 2 (20), 1744; died January 5, 1757, 

593, JOHN, born July i. 1745; died August 18, 1745. 

594, TIMOTHY, born August 5, 1746; resided in Franklin. 
595- JAMES, born January 3, 1748; married M.ary Walker. 
596, JOHN, born March 17, 1749. 

597- THEODORE, born February 20, 1752, 

Daniel married, second, widow .\bigail Adams, October 19, I75.t; she died October 22, 
1/59, He died April 27, 1759. 

CHILDREN : 

598. \ TWINS '^"'■" ^P"^ -"■ '75—. 

599. I iWilNb, ,_^^j.j^ ^pj.j, ^__ |_._^ 

600. \ PETER, born October 11. 1759; died October 12, 1759. 

Coi. J BENJAMIN, born October 11, 1759; resided in Brewer, Me, 

(x-i-io-71) 245. 

STEPHEN, .son of Daniel and Elizabeth (Stevens) Kingsbury, born , 1716; married 

, Silence Partridge; resided in Wrentham. He died April 24, 1754, aged 88. 

CHILDREN: 

602. MOSES, born , about 1743; married Thankful . 

603. AARON, born . about 1743. 

604. LOIS, born . 1745; m:irried ^letc.alf. 

605. JOSEPH, born , 1747. 

606. OLIVE, born , 1751. 

607. STEPHEN, born , 1754. 

608. BENJAMIN, born . 

609. ABIGAIL, born , 



FOURTH GENERATION. 35 

(X-3-1I-7J) 259. 

JOHN, sun 111 Jiilin Mini ICli/aliLtli (iJi'stin) Kingslmry. linrn in Knwlcy. M;iss.. July j8. 
16O7; niarricil. at Newlnny. Hannah . 

CHILDREN; 

621. JOHN, horn April S. 1689, at Newbury; died, infant. 

622. JOHN, born October 6, i6(X); married Mary Stickney. January 5. 1715. 

623. HANNAH, baptized April 6, 1700. 

624. ELIZABETH, baptized /Kpril 6. 1700: probahlv ni:irried Samuel Grcenlcaf. 

625. HENRY, born ; married, first. .March 14. 1716, Rebecca Kent, daughter of John 

and Rebecca (Somerby) Kent; second, Elizabeth Greenough. July 29, 1754. 

626. JOSEPH, born ; married Patience Caine. daughter of Samuel Caine, of York, Me. 

(X-;,- 1 1-76) 271. 

EPHRAIM, son of James and Sarah (Button) Kiiigshmy. born .\pril i,?. 16S1 ; m.irrieil 

Phehe , about 1701. 

CHILDREN : 

666. EPHR.AIM. horn October 15. 1702: married Lydia . 

667. PHEBE, born January S. 1704; married William Cady, November 11, 1728. Ls.sue: 

William Cady, born June 8, 1729; Icrcmiah Cady. born October 17. 1731. 

668. RACHEL, born April 16. 1705; married. November 28. 1752. John Delop, and resided 

in Plainfield. 

669. JOHN, born January 19. 1713; married . 

(x-3-ii-7'i) 272. 
ABIGAIL, daughter of James and Sarah (Button) Kingsbury; married. November 14-17. 
1712, Eleazar Spanlding. 

ISSUE: 

Dorcas Sfaiildiiig. born February 8. 1712: married. May 12. 1730. Samuel Kingsbury. 

Eunice Spaulding.. l)orn December 22. 1713; died March 26. 17.^8. 

Anna Sl^auldina. born May 7. 1717; married. January 10. I7.!8. N'alh.iniei Maine. 

liccckiah Staiitding. born June 27. 1719. 

Pcnucl Sfaulding. born June 30. 1720; died July .s. 1720. 

Eleazar Sfaulding, born Jidy 3, 1721. 

Timothy Sj^aulding. horn January 14. 1725; died December 15. 1737. 

Ihii'id Sl^aiilili}i!i. born . 

(.X-3-11-76) 273. 

SAMUEL, (deacon), son of James and Sarah (Button) Kingsbury, born Jidy 18. 1690: mar- 
ried, November 26. 1714. Ilannali Kihbee. 

CHILDREN: 

675. JAMES, born April 27, 1716. 

676. EBENEZER, born February 25. 1718. 

677. M.'\RY, born February 29, 1720. 

678. ABIGAIL, born March 3, 1722; married. November 13. 1759. Jolin Gold (?l. 

679. NEHEMIAH. born June 2. 1724. 

680. SARAH, born August 3, 1726. 

681. NATHANIEL, born February i, 1728. 

682. DAVID, born May 29. 1731. 

683. OLIVER, born Septemlier 2. 1732; married. September 17. 17.S4. Hannah Corey 

(Carey). 
683'/'. PATIENCE, born August 25, 1736. 



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36 



KINGSBURY GENEALOGY. 

(X-3-11-77) 274. 



JOSEPH, (deacon), son of Joseph and Love (Ayer) Kingsbury, born June 22, 1682, in 
Haverhill. Mass.: married, February 5, 1705. Ri'th Denison. daughter of John, son 
of John of Ipswich, horn 10X6-7. Chancellor Walworth calls her -that remarkable 
Ruth Denison who brought better blood into the family than the Kingsburys had 
before." They resided in Haverhill. Andover and Norwich (Franklin). He died in 
Norwich, Conn., necembcr I. 1757. aged 76. She died May 6, 1779, aged 93. 

CHILDREN: 

684. EPHR.MM, born January 4, 1706-7; married, July ,^, 1728, Martha Smith. 

685. HANN.\H. born March 6, 1708: married, October 11, 1723, Jacob Hyde. 

686. LOVE, born February 23, 1710. at Norwich: married Josiah Backus. She died 'De- 

cember 29, 1778. Her fifth son. Simeon, married Eunice (or Elizabeth) Waterman. 

687. RUTH, born February 24, 1712, in Norwich, Conn.; married, June 23, 1734, Joshua 

Edgerton. Their fourth chdd, liorn August 8, 1748. married Sarah Hyde. 

688. JOSEPH, born February 27. 1714: married, March 20, 1738, Deliverance Squire. 

689. EBENEZER, born February 11. 1716: married, Novemlier 28. 1743, Priscilla Kings- 

bury (703). 

690. ELEAZAR, born Feliruary 7. 1718: married. January 20, 1737 (June 20, 1742). Free- 

love Rust. 

691. EUNICE, born . 1720; married, February 17, 1740. Jabez Backus. 

692. GRACE, horn October 14, 1722; died August 18, 1729. 

693. DANIEL, born Decetnber 14, 1724; married. January 19, 1747. Abigail Barstow. 

694. TABITHA. born October 7-17. 1726; married. , Zaclicus Waldo. 

695. IRENE, born March 13, 1729; unmarried. 

696. NATHjXNIEL. born February 7. 1730; married, Septemlier 14, 1755, Sarah Hill. 

(x-3-n-77) 275. 

NATHANIELL, son of Joseph and Love (Ayer) Kingsbury, born August 2^. 1684: married, 

\pi-jl , 1709, Hannah Denison, of Andover. He was a farmer, residing in Ipswich. 

Norwich, and removed to .\ndover. Conn., about 1732. He died September iS. 1763. 
and she died May 14. 1772. Both buried in Andover. 

CHILDREN: 

697. JOHN, born .\pril 25. 1710: married, first, Deborah Spaulding: married, second. 

Abigail Phelps. 

698. N.\TH.'\NIEL, born September S, 171 1; married Sarah Chapman. 

699. MARY, born November 5. 1713: married. October 12. 1732. Elijah Hammond. 

700. SIMON, born July 25, 1715: married Deliverance (Delia) Cady. 

701. J.\BEZ, born June 21, 1717: married, September 13. 1749, Mary Phelps. 

702. HANNAH, born January 2_^. 1719: married, October 10, 17,^8, John Chapman. 

703. PRISCILLA, born March 22, 1720: married, November 28, 1743, her cousin. Ebenezer 

Kingsbury (689). See his record. 

704. JOSEPH, born March 27, 1721 : married Mary Loomis. 

705. DENISON, born June 7, 1723; married Lydia Jones. 

706. LEMUEL, born August 23, 1725: married, first, Elizabeth Loomis. and, second, Dorothy 

Roberts. 

707. JEREMIAH, born Deceml)er 2. 1726: died in infancy. 

708. SAR.MI. liorn January 13, 1728: married Theophilus Baldwin. 

709. PHINE.\S. born May 9. 17.^0-1 : married Hannah Hutchinson, of Bolton. 

710. RUTH, born May , 1737: died May 24. 1752. 

A deed of 150 acres of land in Hampton bears date. December 3, 1731, from Nathaniel 
Kingsbury, of Windham, to Thomas Stedman, of Brooklinc, Suffolk County, Mass. 



FOURTH GENERATION. 37 

(x-3-11-77) 277. 

MARY, daughter of Joseph and Love (Ayer) Kingsbury, l)orn Ocloher 13-19. 16S7 ; mar- 
ried. December 11. 171 j, Stephen, son of Deacon Thomas !5in,!;ham. was born in Wind 
ham, April 3, i6gg. They had no chiklren. She died Deeeml-.er fi, 1714. Her husband 
married, November 30, 1715, Rebeckah Bishop, of Lel)anon. She died December H 
17O4. He died March 23, 1770, in Andover p.-irisli, Hebrcni. C 



'iin. 



ISSUE: 

Elizur Biiiglmiii. born July 13, 1716; died infant. 

Eleazar Bingham, bcirn July 13, 1718. 

Rebeckah Bingham, born November iX, 1720; died infant. 

(x-,vn-77) 279. 

SUSANNAH, daughter of Josepli and I.nve (..\yer) Kingsbury, burn September 24, 1O95 ; 
niarried, December 13-28, 1718, Jonathan Ladd. 

ISSUE: 

BzckicI Ladd. born January 31, 1715; married Hannah Bigelow, Novcnihcr 1,3, 1740 

Elisabeth Ladd, born March 14, 1716. 

Jonathan Ladd, born March 5. 1718; married .^nna Tyler, 

Mary Ladd, born February 6, 1720. 

Susannah Ladd, born February 17, 1722. 

Ephrai)n Ladd, born January 30, 1725, 

Abigail Ladd. born March 26. 1728, 

Zuriah Ladd, born March 30. 1730. 

Jesse Ladd. born (March?) 10, 1732. 

Samuel Ladd. born March 29. 1734; died December 24. 17,56. 

Children of Ezekiel Ladd were : 

Lucy, born May i, 1741. 

Samuel, born June 7. 1742. 

Kuth. born January T2, 1744: died September 3. 1766. 

Llannah. born September 6. 1745. 

Daniel, born April 9. 1747. 

Ephraim. born May 11. 1749. 

Elizabeth, born April 28, 1751 

Elisha, born March 7. 1753; died. Deceml)er 2(1, 1841, at Willim.-uuic. 

Ezckiel, born May i, 1755. 

David, born July 27. 1757. 

Lydia. born July 3. 1761. 

Eunice, born March 13. 1764. 

Children of Jonathan Ladd were: 

Anna, born August 27, 1752. 

Eliab. born August 21, 1754. 

Abijah. born February 27, 1756. 

John, born .April 3, 1758. 

Sarah, born April 27. 17O0. 

Jonathan. born June 15. 1762; died .•\ugusl 21, 1762. 

Anna. born Jtme 15, 1762; died .August 21, 1762. 

Jonatlian. born March 20, 1764. 

Ruth, born March 30. 1767. 



38 



KINGSBURY GENEALOGY. 



(x-3-11-78) 281. 

THOMAS, >nii of Samuel and lluldah (Curliss; Kingslniry. born October JQ. l68i ; mar- 
ried. November 25, 1706, Margaret Haines, born Marcli 16, 16S6. He died Noveml)er 
13. 1767. [Note Hydes g. s. record, April 20, 1751.] 

CHILDREN: 

733. SAMUEL, liorn . 1707; married. May 12, 1730. Dorcas Spaulding. 

734, SARAH, born , 1709. 

735- JONATHAN, born . 1712; married, first. Abigail Unit; second, Hannah Clark, 

third, Sarah Bullard. 

736. ELIZABETH, born . 1714; married. September 26. 1734. Jonathan Hai(y)nes. 

737. THOMAS, born . 1717. 



Here lies ye body 

of Mr Thomas 

Kingsbury ye 

Husband of Mrs 

Margret Kingsb 

ury who died 

April ye 20th 

1 75 1 in ye 70th 

year of his Age 



Here Lies ye Bo 

dy of Mrs. Mar 

gret Kingsbury 

ye wife of Mr 

Thomas Kingsbury 

Late Deaceased 

who Departed 

this life February 

ye lOth AD 1753 

in ye 7isl 

year of her 

Age 



I 



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FIFTH GENERATION. 
.."* .■* .•* 



FIFTH GENERATION. 

(x- 1 -7-44-86) 329. 

JEREMIAH, son of Elijah aiiil Lois (Leonard) Kiniisbury. ham ; marric<l. . 1811 

Elizabeth Sutton. He left home when but 14 years of age. worked at night for his 
board, and went to school for a short time: then carried the mail until he had earned 
forty dollars; and then commenced peddling tinware. Went to North Carolina, be- 
came a merchant m Kandnliib County, and with his sister emigrated to Missouri 
in . 

CHILDREN: 

800. HOR.'\CE. born . in North Carolina. 

801. NOAH, born . in North Carolina. 

802. . born , in Missouri. 

803. , born , in Missouri. 

804. , born , in Missouri. 

805. , born , in Missouri. 

806. . born , in Missouri. 

807. . born . in Missouri. 

808. , born . in Missouri. 

809. . born , in Missouri. 

810. , Iiorn . in Mis.souri. 

(x- 1 -9-65-20,1) 439. 

RUTH daughter of Col. Scth and Miriam (Holbrook) Kingsbury, born ,\|)ril j. 1752: mar 
ricd Solomtm (560), son of Bcnjainin and Jedidah (Cooke) Kingsbury, born November 
24, 1745. They lived in Walpole. She died January 22. 1791. 

CHILDREN: 

892. SOLOMON, born March 28, 1771 : married Rebecca .Smith, of Dedham, about 1799. 

893. IRENE, born November 28, 1772: married Pclatiah Fisher, of Franklin; was called 

"the old squire," and was born with one hand cm nff al tlic wrist. They had no 
children, but Mrs. Fisher adopted a girl. Irene l''islu-r, born at Franklin, June 5. 
1804, who married a Norcross and inherited lier ])roperty. She died Septendier 
30, 1843. 

894. SILAS, born Janu.iry 29, 1776; died in infancy. 

895. S.^MUEL, born :\lay 28. 1778: married Rachel . He died September, 1S46. 

896. CYNTHIA, born February 3, 1781 ; marricfl Levi Clapp, a storekeeper. She died 

June, 1856. No children. 

897. CATHERINE, born October 20. 1783; married Marsa Bassett. 

898. BENJAMIN, born February 24, 1787; married, fir.st. Martha, daughter of Joseph Starr; 

married, second, widow of Thomas Flagnor, daughter of Jonalh.an Derby Robbins 
and Mary Robbins. He lemoved to Portl.ind. M:iine. Was a lawyer, member of 
the legislature, judge and mayor of tlie city. He lost most of his properly, and 
wdien 70 years of age (1S57) removed to Belfast, Maine. 

(x- 1 -9-65-203) 443. 

DANIEL, (Squire), son of Col, Seth and Miriam (Holbrook) Kingsliury, born March 19, 
1763; married, first. Su.sannah Clapp, no childnii ■ ,m.irrii-d. .second. Miriam Allen, 
about 1793, He died July 8, 1837. 

(41) 



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921 
922 
923. 
924 

925 
926, 
927 
928 
929 



KINGSBURY GENEALOGY. 

CHILDREN; 

FISHER, born Dccom1)cr H. i/U-i; a lawyer; unmarriLHl ; died Septeml)cr 26. 1S59. 

SUSANNAH, born January 16. 1797; unmarried. 

RACHEL, born June 5. 1800; married S. H. Thompson. She died .Mareh 10. 1S61. 

ADELINE, born July 10, 1802; married Ellis Clapp. 

D.\NIEL. born January 7, 1806; a lawyer; unmarried; died November 29, i8.!0. 

ALMIR.*\. born April 17. 1S07; married William Richard.son. 

MIRIAM, born May 4. 1809; unmarried; died December 26. 1830. 

.ABIGAIL, born Augu.st 3-8. 181 1; married J.ames R. Fuller. 

ELIZABETH, born December 4. 1813; married Nich. H. Fairchild (or Fairfield). 

JOANNA, born April 19. 1816: married John Cooper. 

(x-i-9-66-209) 503. 



MOSES, .son of Joshua and Hannah (Lewis) Kingsbury, liorn November 4. 1772; married. 
. Hannah Lewis, his cousin. 

CHILDREN: 

1200 A. H.\NNAH. born November 23. 1799; married Herring; had six children. 

7200. C.VLVIN. born October 3. 1800: married. , 1729. Mary Blake. 

1201. DANIEL, born January 25. 1802; die.l August .^o. 1836. 

1202. MELZAR, born Oclciber 1. 1S03; married, . They had five daughters. He died 

July 30, 1871. 

1203- JOSHU.\ L.. born January 25, 1805; died September 9, 1859. 

1204. DEBOR.\H. born December 13. i8c6. 

1205. •M.'VRY LYON, born September 3. 1808; married. ; eight children. 

1206. JONATHAN, born February 9. 1810. 

1207. MOSES, born June 2. rSii. 

1208. GEORGE, born March 15. 1813; died October 5. 1821. 

1209. CHARLES, born February 5, 1S15; died March 22, 1853. 

1210. CAROLINE, born Scptcmljer 12. 1816; died Scpteinber 28. 1821. 

121 1. S.'XRAH ANN. born April .^o. 1818: died May 6. 1820. 

1212. GEORGE, lioru October 20. 1821; married ; was a jihysician ; 7 children (2 

boys. 5 girls); resiiled in Boston. 281 Shawmut .Avenue; died . 

1213. HENRY, born May i(), 182,5; died October 14,^1847. 

(x-i-io-67-210) 559. 

BENJAMIN (Deacon), son of Benjamin and Jedidah Cooke, born October 30, 1742. in 
Rindgc, N. H. ; married, fir.st. December 1. 1768. .\bi,gail Sawin. of Walpole. born 
August 16. 1748; died in Rindge. (October 6. 1793. 

CHILDREN: 

I5.S4- JOSEPH, born October 29. 1769; married. . Sullivan, N. H. ; lived in Roxliury. 

N. H.. and died October, 1840. 

1555. .-XBIG.'ML, born May 8-12. 1774; died .August. 1775. 

I5,^;6. ABIGAIL JACKSON, born August 17, 1777; lived in Sudbury, Vt. She died Feb- 
ruary 18, 1813, aged .36. 

'557- JEDIDAH, born June 20, 1779; unmarried; was a teacher; died in New Orleans (or 
Milled,gville), about 1840; buried in Rind.ge. Put forth a dictionary, published by 
Mnnroe & Francis. Boston ; was friend and correspondent of Gallaudet. the cele- 
brated teacher of the deaf and dunili 



FIFTH GENERATION. 43 

1558. NANCV. Ijorn Octolur jy, 1781 ; married .Nhijur Charles Wollcsloiiocrof, L'. S. 
A.; died at New Orleans of yellow fever. September, 1817, He liad obtained 
a divorce from wife, daughter of Garrison, in 1809, and a child of former marriage, 
was by his will lefi in custody of Nancy, wdio placed her for education with a 
Rev. Hall, of New Ipswich, N. H., from whom she was taken by her own mother, 
which occasioned a proceeding by habeas corpus, liefore Chancellor Kent, which 
is reported in Johnson's Chancery Reports, and often quoted as authority where 
questions of custody of children is involved — '"In re VVollestonecroft." She assisted 
and was largely instrumental in finnidini; the I'oydras Female Asylum of New 
Orleans. Soon after the death of her husband slie went to Cuba for a small 
plantation near Matanzas, and anuised herself p;iinting the ti'opical flowers and 
shrubs of that island, intending to have the work and accompanying letter-press of 
description published. But the expense was too great, and the originals, comprised 
in two large quarto size volumes, besides several unfinished paintings, are in the 
possession of B. B. Kingsbury. Defiance, Ohio. She died in Matanzas, May 16, 1828. 

1559. BENJ.'MMIN, born .April i. 1785: married. : died before 1847. 

1560. MARY, born Alarcli _>i 1787: married Levi Tenney. . She died .May 15. 1853. 

leaving 10 children. 

Deacon Benjamin removed from VValpole to Rindge in I7gj; In- married, second. Sep- 
tember 3, 1794, Lucretia Locks. 

CHILDREN: 

1561. LlfCRETIA (twin), born Septembers. 1795: umnarried ; died l'"ebruary 25. 1817. 

1562. LUCIND.A (twin), September 8, 1795: unmarried; died .August 12, 1839. 

1563. N.-XTHANIEL. born June 28. 1798; married, first, , 1827, Catherine Snwin. ob. 

s. p.; married, second, November 29, 1832. widow Linda (Raymond) Ward, of 
Rindgc, N. H. She died October 15. 1834, leaving one daughter. Married, third. 
November 3, 1835, Lydia Barnes Patten, widow of Jesse, of Temple, N. H. She 
died August 10, 1839; one son. Married, fourth, November 11, 1840, Ann Hazcn, 
of Shirley, Mass. Deacon Benjamin was living in JelTery. 1800-1816; was licensed 
to preach at age of 70 years, and spent reni.-iiuder of his life as home missionary. 
He died June 10, 1827. 
Following is a sketch of Lucretia Locke, from "Every Youth's Paper," i8g — : 

Born a Christian. 

"People used to say Lucretia Locke Vk'as born a Christian. She was a little girl who lived 
in the eastern part of Massachusetts before the War of the Rebellion. When she was thirteen 
years old she applied for admission to the Church. But the good men who were its officers 
were afraid to receive such a child. Some said she had never passed through the six months' 
conviction for sin which was necessary. 'No,' said others, 'she was sanctified from Iter birth.' 

"But Lucretia's own belief was, not that she was born a Christian, but that God had given 
her ffn unusual experience. She said when she was about three years old some one came into 
her father's house and said, 'Mrs. Brown has just died.' 'Now, maybe I can see her soul go 
up,' thought the child, aijd slie rushed out and gazed up at the stars, hoping to catch a glimpse 
of the angels escorting the newly-freed spirit to the gates of heaven. She failed to see any- 
thing unusual, but she said to herself. '.Mrs. Brown was a good w^oman : her soul has gone to 
heaven. Little children die sometimes. If I should die would my soul go to heaven?" She 
uttered a loving little prayer to her Father in heaven, otTering herself to Him, to be made a 
Christian and fit to go to heaven. The sweetest trust and peace filled the dear little heart, and 
she kept on loving and trusting her Father in heaven for the rest of life, and her life was a long 
one. She did not die in her youth and 'have a memoir written about her.' No, she lived to be 
eighty-seven years old, although very precocious, intellectually as well as spiritually. She taught 
school at the time of her desire to join herself to Christ's people in the Church, and prayed in 



44 KINGSBURY GENEALOGY. 

liLT sch.K.l With lier pupils. That \v"rricd the good, cautious Ijrethren still more. 'No woman 
is allowed III i.ray in public!' they said. But this youns girl, by the sweetness and Deauty of 
her life, had a \vay of making people see whatever she did to be right and lovely and of good 
report. So she was received m llu- talile of tlie Li.rd, and was permitted to open her school 
with prayer. 

" 'Well,' said they, 'it is l.ucretia Locke, and she was born a Christian,' As she grew 
older her uncommon mental ability and spiritual insight made her the friend and coiuiselnr of 
everybody in trouble or perplexity. 

"She taught school fur tweiUy years, and one good old lady used to say 'she trained her 
pupils for the skies,' She married Rev. Benjamin Kingsbury, In his old age he was unable 
to preach, .ind not having laid up his treasure on earlh, was very poor. One winter the snow 
came nntisually deep among the New Hampslnre hills, wdiere they lived. The yard about their 
old house was drifted full. They had no fuel. They told iioliody but the Lord, wlio owns the 
forests. Presently the loud voice of a man was heard calling to his oxen floundering in the 
snow. Then there came the sound of wood being thrown off at the door. Mrs. Kingsbury 
opeiicd the door. An irreligious man of the town stood there with a large load of wood, 

" T believe the Lord means this load of wood for you,' he said, 'for I can't get my oxen a 
ste]i further.' 

■'The Lord did mean it fur her : and though she h.id many care? and trials. He never forgot 
her, as she well knew, and at last answered the prayer of her babyhood, and took her to heaven." 

(X-1-10-67-.210) 560. 

SOLOMON, sun of Benjamin .iiid Jedidah (Cmke) Kingsliury, born November 2.), 1745; 
m.irrieil. first. Ruth, daughter of Col, Seth and Miriam (Holbrook) Kingsbury, by 
will mi he had seven children, [See record of Ruth (4,^9) ]. Married, second. Keziah 
Merriam. born July 25. 1767-8. in Walpole. ALass. She died March 5, 1856. aged 89. 
He was an orderly sergeant in the Revolution ; was also deacon ; resided in Walpole. 
.and died there January 2, 1S22. 

CHILDREN: 

1564. RUTH, born August 15, 1702; unmarried; died July 22, 1818, 

1565. LLICY. born January 16, 179.S; married ."Xpollos Nye. 

1566. JOHN, born July ,1, 1797: married, first. Catherine Hil!. died 1861-2; married, second, 

Eliza (Brown) Kingsbury, widow of his brother, George W, No children by 
either wife, 

1567. BETSEY, born August 4, 1799: unmarried; died May 15, 1S68. 

1568. GEORGE WASHINGTON, born September .?, 1801 ; married Eliza Brown. He 
was a carpenter and was appoiuted justice nf the peace but refused to accept. Had 

one son. 

1569. HER'VEY, born January 17, 1807; unmarried; died June 12, 1S33. 

1570. CAROLINE, horn March 7, 1810; married Chenery, She died August 8, 18.34; 



ob. s. p. 



(x-i-io-67-219) 561. 



NATHANIEL, son of Benjamin and Jedidah (Cooke) Kingsbury, and adopted son of 
Nathaniel (213), born February 6-8. 1749; married, first, Jemima Ellis, . 

CHILDREN ; 

I57f'. N.-XTHANIEL, born , 1773; married Lucy Ellis; died December, 1804. 

1577- BENJAMIN, born , 1779; married Sarah Brigham. 

1578. REBECCA, born ; unmarried; died at Dedham, aged 15. 

Married, second, widow Sibyl Ellis. 



FIFTH GENURATION. 45 

CHTI.DRF.N: 

1579. ELLIS, born ; died infant. 

1580. ABNER (or Abigail), burn ; cbol infnnl. 

Married, third. L(irc(i)n;i Mor.sc. oh. .s. p. 

He was a farmer, justice of tlie peace and pay master in the Rev<ilnlicinary ,\rniy. Resided 
in Dedli.am. and died in Mediiehl. March 21. 1X46. 

(.\-i-io-67-2.'o) 563. 

JOSEPH, son of Joseph and Phehe (W'illett) Kingsbury, born .April KJ. 176S; married, Sop- 
lend>er J,;. 1792. Silence, dau.uluer of Capt. .Abe Richard.s. of Dcdhani, born May 26. 
1771. Removed to Franceslown. N. U.. in aiUumn of 1793. They united with thc 
Congregational church in Francestuwn wIilu he was 60 years old and she was 46 
years old. He died January 11. 1847. She died .August i. 1853. 

CHILDREN: 

1582. GEORGE, born February i. 179.1; married. May 7. 1822. Sally, daughter of Capt. 

Eleazer Everett. 

1583. LEONARD, born Janu.iry 20. 1797; died October 8, 1868. at the insane asylum. Con- 

cord, N. H.. in conse(|uence of a fall from the high beam of a barn when 7 years 
o](j_felt at all times durins his life and grew worse in his advanced years. 

1584. H.ANNAH. born ; died infant. 

1585. H.ANN.AH. born January 25. 1801 ; married. Jidy 5. 1S31. Stephen \Vhip|)le. 

1586. JOSEPH, born December 29. 1802; married. December 9. 1827. Betsey Everett. 

1587. NEWEL, born ; died infant. 

1588. JL'LITT.A. born April 20, 1807; married . 1841. Rev. .Mmon Benson; resided in 

Center Harbor. N. 11.; died January II, 1843. 

1589. JOHN L.ANGDON. bcirn March 11. 1810; married, v . .Abigail Hyde. 

i5i;o. M.ARK, Ixjrn ; ilied infant. 

(x- 1 -10-68-22 1 ) 566. 

JONATHAN, s.m of James and Alice ( ) Kingsbmy ; born 1744. in Needhain. Mass.; 

married Jemima Skinner, born 1745. daughter of Elemayer Skinner, born, Boston. 1707, 
and Joanna Bacon, born in Dedham. 1710. He was a surveyor, wheelwright and 
Revolutionary soldier. Died in i8if. 

C11ILDR1-:N: 

J.AMES, born Octolicr. 1708: married. Janu.iry 2. 1794. Sarah Cressy (Cresson). 

MARY, born . 1770. in Needham ; married John Ward; die<l 1851. 

JOHN, born October .> 1772, in Needham: married. . Thankful White. 

ELSIE, born , in Needham: died . age 72. 

S.AMUEL, born . in Needham. 

CATHERINE, born . in Needham. died . age 7.S. 

EBENEZER. born . in Needham. 

1590 H. JON.ATH.AN, born ; died in army hospital. 1812. 

1590 I. H.ANN.AH. born — — . 1778: married Farrmgton : died in Rnxbnry. January 

21. 1873. 
1590 J. PATTA", I)orn Jime 6, 1788; married, , Nathan Kmgsbury. 

James and John settled in Sullivan. N. II., and kept tavern bef.ire 1800 They ;ire called 
"Inn Keepers" in a deed of land, 1796. 



1500 


A. 


1590 


B. 


1590 


C. 


1590 


D. 


1590 


E. 


1590 


F. 


1590 


G. 



46 KINGSBURY GENEALOGY. 

(x-i-io-71-24-11 589. 
NATHANIEL, s.m of Uam.l and Bcnah (Mann) Kingsbury. bo>-n Fcbrnary 18 > 739- in 
WrenLmi, Mass; marrK.l. first. April 25, .765. Mehitabel Johnson, who died Feb- 
rnary 29, 1768. by whom In- liail : 
,598. .MilGAIL, born March 6. I7r'6; n,arne,l Slq.hcn White; died Jidy 17. 1836. 

M.nrried, second. March .0. 17O9. by Rev. Jesse Bean, of Wrentbam. Hannah Ware (or 
Moore). Slie died September 25, 1785. 

CHILDREN (ah born in Keene. N. H.) ; 

nog JERUSHA. born Ocloi.er 2g. 176Q; married Japhet Fisher; died March. 1845. 

1600.' NATHAN, born December .9. i77i : married. January 15. 1800, Dorcas Thompson. 

of Chester, Vt. ; died November 5. 1843. 

1601 HANNAH, born Novemlier 16. I773-. married Rev- Rufus Clark, August 17, 1805. 

1602. ABIAL, born August 24. 1775 ; married Luke Sturlevaut ; died September 19. 1839. 

160^ ABIJAH. born March 5, 1778; married. . 180.?. Abigail Wdder. 

1604. CHLOE. born May 12. 1780; married, January i.i 1803. Seth Sumner; died March 

14, 1866. 
Married, tlurd, January 20. 1791. by B. Brigh;un. of Fitzwilliam. Rebecca Bigelow. of 
Walpole, born October 14, 17(10. who died March 16. 1824. 

CHILDREN: 

1605. NATHANIEL (Deacon), born .August 20. 1791; married. March, 1818. Sally Hosley 

of Jamaica, Vt. He wa- a carder and clothier. Lived and died in Chicopee, Mass., 

August 2T. 1848. 
ifioa. SAML'EL (Captain), born January 24. 1794; married. January i. 1817. Sally Wilson, 

He died October 10. 1863 She died October 18, 1863. No children. 
1007. CYRUS, liorn January 12, 1798; married, first. November 24, 1825, Rachel Olcott ; 

married, second. Olive Willey. He died June 30. 1863. 

Nathaniel (589) removed from Dedham to Wreiitham, then to Keene. N. H, He died 
January 26. 1803. 

(x-i-io-71-244) 59J. 

DANIEL (Deacon), son of Daniel and Beriah (Mann) Kingsbury, born October 6. i7-i2; mar- 
ried Nancy Thurston, . Was a farmer; settled in Keene, N. H.. in 1759. His farm 

was three miles from town on a high hill in sight of the village, and is now owned by 
Cheshire County' as the Poor Farm. Was member of the Provincial Congress. N. H,, 
1775-6. and after the adoption of the State Constitution was a member of the Slate 
Legislature twenty-one consecutive years. Member of "Committee of Safety" -April 
12, 1776. He died in June. 1825. She died . 

CHILDREN; 

1618. DANIEL, born Septemlier 2},. 1767; married , Was a merchant in Plainfield. 

N, H, They had a daughter, wdio married a Tyler, and lived in Lebanon, 

1619. CYNTHIA, born June 27. 1761); married Griswold ; lived in Vermont. 

1620. JOEL, born March 14. 1772; married. Octolur o. 1801. Olive --\dams of Jafifrey. 

1621. ASA. born August 12. 1774. 

1622. DAVID, born .August 18. 1776. in Keene, N, II,; married Delina Bowen. of Cheshire 

Mass, 

1623. MOLLY, born March 24, 1778; died . 

1624. THEODORE, born September 28. 1780; die.l . 



FIFTH GENERATION. 47 

1625. DARIUS. Iiorii Xmcnilicr 22. 17.S2: ni:uric(l. . Estlicr MatliiT. (if N'cw Hart- 
ford. Conn. 
1026. BETSY, born Septenil)er 27. i/S^. 

1627. LUCRETIA. born August 2S, 1787: married Charles Flanders, a lawyer of Plain- 

field. N. H., born 1788: grad. M. C. 1808. He died . i860. She died . 

Issue: Henry Flanders, born ; is author of "Lives of Chief Justices of U. S."; 

IVilliam Flanders, born : dry goods merchant in Boston; George Flanders. 

born ; lawyer in N. V. City: Flanders, born : married Dr. Stephens. 

of Newton, Mass. There were perhaps other children. 

1628. .-^BIG-AIL (or Nabby), born Septemlier 13, 1790: unmarried; invalid many years: 

died about 1825. 

1629. M.^RY, born August 1.3. 179,3; married Hon. Elijah Blaisdell. of Lebanon. N. H. 

.She died September 16. 186,3. 

(.v:-i-io-7l-2.^) 595. 

JAMES, Min of Daniel and Benali (Mann) Kingsbury, born January ,3. 1748; married 
.Mary Walker, of Upton: was a grad. B. U.. 1832. He died May 18. 1821. She 
died . They had one child : 

1640. S.AMUEL. born May 18. 1798; married. . Mary Babeock. 

(x-i-io-71-245) 602. 

MOSES, .son of Stephen and Silence (Partrid.ge) Kingsbury, born . 1743; married, . 

Th.inkfid . He died . 1771. His wife survived him. 

CHILDREN: 

1650. CYRL'S. born : married. . .Annie E. T.iinter. 

1651. MOSES, born . 

1652. MATILDA, born . 

(■x-3- 1 1-73-2.^9) 622. 

JOHN, sun of John and Hann.ih ( ) Kingsbury, bcirn (Jctober 16. i6()o: married, January 

5. 1715-6. Mary Stickney. They resided in ^"ork. Me. He died March 2. 1723. 

CHILDREN: 

1803. M.ARY. born Decenil)er 6. 1716. in York, Me. 

1804. H.^NN-AH. born July 19. 1719. in York. Me, 

1805. S.AR.AH. born December 8. 1720. in York, Maine: married. J.inuary i". 1740. Ben- 

jamin Donnelle. of Francestown, N. H. 

(■N- 3- 1 1-73-^.^9) 625. 

HENRY, son of John and Hami.ili ( ) Kingsbury, born at Newbury; married, first. March 

14, 1716, Rebecca, daughter of John and Rebecca (Somerby) Kent: married, .second. 
July 29. 1754. Elizabeth Grecnough. He died November 7. 1754. 

CHILDREN (by first wife) : 

1833. JCJHN. burn February 3. 1717. in Newbury: married. June 5. 1739. Patience Tappan. 
18.34. BENJA.MIN. born . 1728; lived in Coos. N. H. 

(•x-.Vi1-7.V259) 626. 

JOSEPH, son of John and Hannah ( ) Kingsbury, born in Newbury. ; married, about 

1720, Patience, daughter of Samuel Caine ; resided in York, Maine, where he died in 

1762. 






^8 KINGSBURY GENEALOGY. 

CHILDREN: 

i8?5 TAP.ITHA. born June Kj- i/-'^- '" York, iSkiinc. 

i8'^6. JOHN, born December 26. 17J4: married. April 22. 1750. Sarah Carlisle. 

1837. HEPZIBAH. born October 4. 1727; married, , Joshua Lmscot. 

1838. ELIZABETH, born February 13. 17^9 ■- niarrieil, , James Jenkms. 

1839. JOSEPH, born December 7, I73-'. 

1840. SAMUEL, born April 0. i7.^5- 

1841. HANNAH, born July y, 1737; married, December 10, 1761, Samuel Paul; residence. 

York. Maine. 

1842. LUCY, born November 13, 1739- 

1843. MARY, born April 13, 174- : died February 7, 1743. 

1844. ELIPHALET. born February 6. 1745. 

1845. MARY, born ; was living in 1762. 

(x-3-1 1-76-27 1 ) 666. 

EPHRAIM, son of Ephraim and Phebe ( ) Kingsbury, born October 15. 1702; married, 

Phel)e . 

CHILDREN: 

1955. AS.A, born March 29, 1722; married, . Elizabeth Pierce. 

1956. RUTH, born January 15. 1724: married. July 9. 1744. Edward Spalding. Issue: 

Azariah Spalding, born .April 17. 1745; Saruh Sfalding. born April 17. 1748. 

1957. JEREMIAH, born February 4. 1729- 

1058. JEDUTHAN, born , 1743. in Plainfield, Conn, His mother appointed his guardian 

in 1752. Married, first. Susannah Woodward. November 14. 1764: married, second, 
Mary Curtis, ; married, third. Greenleaf. . 

1959. PHEBE (twin), born March 29. 1751. 

i960. RACHEL (twin). March 29. 1751. 

1961. LYDIA, born April 7, 1756. 

(x-,vii-76-27i ) 669. 
JOHN, son of Ephraim and Phebe ( ) Kingsbury, born January U). 1713; married. . 

CHILDREN: 

1974. STEPHEN, born FJecember 7, 1735, in Norfolk; married. Decenilier 10, 1755. Sarah 

Spalding. 

1975. ELIZ.ABETH, born May 15, 1737; married, , Elisha Baker, of Canaan, Conn. 

1976. JACOB, born February 26, 1740: died July 16, 1759. at Lake George, Vermont. 

1977. LEMUEL, born April 4, 1743: married, , Mary Whitney. 

1978. ANDREW, born January 12, 1745; unm:irried ; died at Poultney. Vermont. 

1979. WILL.ARD, born August 26, 1747; married, , Hannah Lawrence. 

1980. LOIS, born January 15, 1749; died January 14, 1751. 

( x-3-1 I -76-273) 683. 

OLIVER; son of Deacon Samuel :ind Hannah (Kibbee) Kingsbury, born September 2, 1732; 
married, September 17, 1754, H.innah Corey (or Carey). He died in 1760, returning 
from the campaign. 



CHILDREN: 



2048. OLIVER, born August 28, 1755, 

2049. SAMUEL, born May 10. 1758. 

2050. JOSEPH, born .August 5, 1760. 



FIFTH GENERATION. 49 

(x-,vii-77--'74) 684. 

EPHRAIM, son of Deacon Joseph and Rnlli (Denison) Kingslmry. limn Jnnnary 4. 1706-7; 
uKirried, July 3, 172S, ^[aI■tlla Smilli. 

CHlLUKliN: 

2061. ASA, born April 7. 1721J; married. May iJ. 17=6. Sarah IhnUiiigton. 

2062. ABSALO^I, born February 13. 1730; married, tirsl. Rebecca Rust: married, second. 

widow Abigail Wilson. 

2063. M/VRTHA, born .Augiist 16-1S. 1733. 

2064. OBADIAH (Dr.). born .August 2. 1735; married. . 

2065. IRENE, born December 15. 1737; married. , 175 — . .\mos .Avery. 

2066. EPHR.AI!\I, born March 13. 1740: married. .April 13. 1758. Phebe French. 

2067. T.ABITH.A. born October i.S-i?. 1742; mairied. . Rust, of Tolland. 

2068 and 2070. — Void. 

206g. .ANNE (or Anna), born November. 174(1; died September 6. 1747. 
2071. JOSHUA, born December 26. 1741); died at sea. 

(.N.-3- 1 1-77-274) 655. 

HANNAH, daughter of Deacon Joseph and Ruth (Denison) Kingsbury, born March 6. 
1708; married. October 11. 1727. Jacob Hyde. 

ISSUE: 

Jacob Hyde, born August 4. 1730; married. July 5. 1753, Hannah Hazen. 

M<iiy Hytlc. born March 24. 1732: ni;irrieil. . Pcabody Moselcy. 

Efiliniiiii Hyde, born April 23. 17.^4; married. . Martha Giddings. 

]osct>li Hyde, born June I, 17,16; married, first. .Abigail .Abel; second. Juliette .Abel. 

Haiiiuih Hyde, born December 8. 1738; married. . .Samuel Ladd. 

Ruth Hyde, born January 26. 1740; married. . Ezckicl Ladd. 

Jonatluin Hyde, born January 4. 1742: died Octolier 22. 1743. 

Silena Hyde, born April 13. 1744: married. , Joseph Ladd. 

Rebecca Hyde, born December 11, 1745; married. . Lebbeus .Armstrong. 

Phebe Hyde, born October 7. 1750; unmarried; died January 27. 1771. at Bennniglon. 
Vermont. 

(.x-3- 1 1-77-274) 686. 

LOVE, daughter of Deacon Joseph ;'.ncl Rutli (Denison) Kingsbury, born February 2,\. 1710. 
in Norwich, Conn. : married Josiali Backus. She die<l December 29. [778. Of her cliil 
dren the fifth son was: 
.'iiiiieon Backus: married liunice (or Eliz:ibelli ) Waterman. 

(x-3-ii-77--'74> 687. 

RUTH, daughter of Deacon Joseph and Ruth (l)enis'in) Kin,gsbnry. born June 2,^. 1734. in 
Norwich, Conn.; married Josluui ICd.gerton. Her fourth child was: 
Eleacer Edgertim. born .August S. 1748; married his cousin. Sarah Hyde. 

(x-3- 1 1-77-274) 688. 

JOSEPH, son of Deacon and Kulli (Denison) Kingsbury, born February 27. 1714; married. 
March 20-23, ^73^- Deliverance S(|m're. Resided in Pomfret. Conn., removing to New 
Haiupshire. 



50 



KINGSBURY GENl' ALOGY. 



CHILDREN 



2100 
2101 
2102 



EBENEZER. br.rn May S. I7.W. uiarriL-.l, May 24. 1761. Margartt Panet. 

CHLOE. born January 13. 1740; married. May 4. i/bo, Ebenezer (or Eleazcr ) F.tch. 

SANDFORD, burn Ai-nl 7. ^JAV. niarri«l, January 9, 1766. Ehzabeth Fitch. 

2103. RUTH, born March 25. 1745. 

2104. ABIGAIL, born Jannary 20-,^o. 1746. 

2105. JOSEPH, born February 14. 1748. 

2106. DELIVERANCE, born ; iiiarriL-d Joseph Scarborough, of Brooklyn. Conn. 



(x-3-ii-77--'74) bS'^. 
ueaconj, son 01 jujcpii aim i-vLim \,i^--i..j^.i/ ...»...;,- .• . ■---- - - . ■ 

. . ^ ■ 1 XT 1 -,0 T"*-. T3r-l.:.-ill^ k' 1 II CT sihll T V ( JCi 

1710. m 



EBENEZER (Deacon), son of Joseph and Ruth (Denison) Kingsbury, born February 

1711,. m Norwich. Conn.: married. Noyeniber 28. 1743- Priscilla Kingsbury (70.O. 
Traihlicin says she wept and prayed, fearing to do wrong in marrying her cousin, lint 
her lieart triumphed over her scruples. They resided in North Coventry, Conn. "Dur- 
ing the Revolution— time, probably winter of camp at Valley Forge— General Washing- 
ton came to Hartford to confer with Governor Jonathan Trumbull on the state of the 
army, they being in great straits— destitute of food and ammunition. The members of 
the Assembly went home on Saturday, for the Assembly was in session at the time, to 
collect supplies among their constituents. Ebenezer (689). who was a member of the 
Assembly, caused the lead weights to be taken from his old clock and run intc bullets, 
stibstituting bags of sand for the same. Joseph (21 11). his son. was sent to collect 
flour, and himself and sister worked during the entire Sabbath, and night following, to 
prepare bullets and biscnils for the Continental soldiers. On Monday morning Deacon 
Kingsbury [ ] ; the.se things were immediately sent to the headquarters of the 

army and distributed to the needy soldiers. Other members did the same, thus furnish- 
ing to the army a supply of food and ammunition at a critical period of our history." 
"At one time after the Revolution, when age and infirmities began to come on U< 
Deacon Kingsbury, he remarked to Captain Nath Root, when Captain Root was drilling 
the militia : 'The time was, The time has been. But the day is over.' " He died Septem- 
ber 6, 1800. "having, by the will of God. served his generation faithfully." She died 
June 30, 1805. 

CHILDREN: 

2107. EBENEZER. born . 1744: died, infant, 

2108. MARY, born . 1746: died, infant. 

2109. EBENEZER. born .1749: died, infant, 

2110. PRISCILL.-\, born . 1751 : died, infant. 

21 11. JOSEPH, born April 7, 1753; married, first. February 21. 1780, Lois Richards Porter; 

married, second, Sarah Wood, of Scotland. Windham County. Conn. 

21 12. PRISCILLA. born January 21. 1756; married. November 25. 1785, Eleazer Pomeroy. 

21 13. M.\RTHA EDGERTON. born . 1758: betrothed to Niithan Hale, of South Cov- 

entry, Conn., a brave and gallant officer, who was e.xecuted as a spy by order of Sir 
William Howe, in New York, September 22. 1776. He is buried in South Coventry, 
marked by a monument to which many pilgrimages have been made. In recent years 
a more pretentioits one has been erected in City Hall Square, New York City, where 
future generations may read his last w'ords : "I only regret that I have but one life 
to lose for my country," No one will ever know how much of courage was born 
of his last visit to Martha a few days before his execution, which nerved him to 
undertake and perform the task successfully, set by General Washington, knowing 
that his capture by tlie enemy meant certain death. She died September [.\prill 14. 
1823. 




Monument in Cemetery ;it Soutli Co\entry, Conn., 

to 

Captain Nathan Hale. 

Born 1755, Died 1776. 



FIFTH GENERATION. 51 

2114. EBENEZER (Rev.), 'j'"'" .-Xiisiist ,?o. 1762; married, fir.st. Mary Reynolds, of Loiij; 

Meadows; married, sccor.d, Hannah VVilliston. of West Haven. Conn. 

2115. M.\RY, born November _'C. 1764; died, infant. 

(.x-3- 11-77-74) 690. 

ELEAZAR, son of Deacon Joseph and Ruth (,l)eni>-on) Kings!)iiry. born l''el)riiary 7, 1718; 
married, June 20. 174-', FreeU)ve Rnst. Tliey resi<led in Tolkind. Conn. She died De- 
cember 15. 1757; he died October 5, 17S5. in Tohand. 

CHILDREN: 

2116. FREELOVE. l)orn .April _'j, 174.V 

21 17. .\NNE, born May 10, 1745. 

21 18. S.-\R.-\H, born Feljniary .S, i74fi-7- 

21 ig. ELEAZ.'\R, born Feliru.iry 14, 1740-50: married, June 17. 177(/, .\liij;:nl Hill. 

2120. ZEBULON, born . i7.=;-'- 

2121. SAMUEL RUST, born Febrnary 27. 1754: married Ruth Steele. 

(.x-,M 1-77-274) 691. 

EUNICE, dan.ifhler of Deacon Joseph and Rnlh (I Unison) Kingsbury, born , 1720; 

married, February 17. 1740. Jal)ez Backus. 

ISSUE: 

Jabcc Backus, born June 23, 1741 ; married, first, Deborah Fannin.u;, mother of Dr. .\zel 
Backus ; married, second, . 

Joslnia Backus, born October 12 174,^ married Hannah Calkins: went to Ohio. 

Eunice Backus, born March 2,^, 174.5: married James Hyde. 

Ruth Backus, born .August 16. 1747. 

Charles Backus, born Novemljer 5, 1749: m:irried, first. , 1775, Bethia Hill: mar- 
ried, second Esther (Clark) Lothro|i. He prad. Yale, 1769 (an only son, Jabcz, 
member of Yale, died suddenly March 16, 1794. aged 17) : degree of D.D.. W, C, 
1801. He died at Soniers. December ,^0, 1803. A second wife of Jabez bad two 
children: Oliver Backus, born June 10. 1755: married Duey Hyde: .-/re/ Backus. 
born May 5, 1759; died September 14, 1759. 

(\--.Vii-77-274) 693. 

DANIEL, (Capt,). son of Deacon Joseph and Ruth (Denison) Kingsbury, born December 14. 
1724: married, January 19. 1747 ( Lelianon record, January 7, 1748). .Abigail Barstow : 
served in the Revolution.arv .Army, on staff of Gen. St. Clair. 

CHILDREN: 

2129. ABIG.AIL, born November 13. 1748: married, , .Abner l^ride. 

2130. D.ANIEL, born August 10, 1750: married, . 1778, Martha .Adams. 

2131. POLLY, born , 1752; married, , .Asa Palmer. 

2132. LUCRETLA, born : married, , Benjamin Seabnry. 

(x-3- 11-77-274) 694. 

TABITHA, daughter of Deacon Jo.sepli and Ruth (Denison) Kingsbury, Tiorn October 7, 
1726. in Norwich, Conn.: married, February 3, 1747 (Lebanon record), Zaclieus Waldo, 



1 



II 



52 KINGSBURY GENEALOGY. 



Cyprian Waldo, born - 

Ruth Waldo, horn ; m 



ISSUE: 

married Hannah Ripley, nf Sharon. Conn, 
arried Ebcnezer Bass, of Scotland, Conn. 



John Waldo, born 



married Lyman, of Coventry, Conn. 



Eunice Waldo, born ; married William Rudd. of Scotland, Conn. 

Elizabeth Waldo, liorn ; married Thaddeus Elmore, of New Canaan, Conn. 

Zachcus Waldo, born ; married Elthea Stevens, of Scotland, Conn. 

Joscfh Waldo, born ; married Nancy Bliss, of Berkshire, N. Y. 

Tabitha Waldo, born : married John Bingham, of Hanover, Conn. 

Daniel Waldo, born ; married Nancy Hanchett. of "Everywhere"; was Chaplain 

in Congress, 1856. 

Ebcnezer Waldo, born ; married Eunice Devotion, of Scotland. Conn. 

Ozias Waldo, born ; married Nancy Ripley, of Cherry Valley. 

(X-3-II-77-J74) 696 

NATHANIEL, son of Deacon Joseph and Ruth (Denison) Kingsbury, born February 7, 17.^0. 
in Norwich. Conn.; married. September 4. 1755. Sarah, daughter of Capt. Jacob Hill, 
of Cambridge. Mass. Resided at Kingsburv Hill, on inherited land, where he died De- 
cember 15. 1784. 

CHILDREN: 

-'144. J.-XCOB (Col.), born June 6, 1756; married. . Sarah P. Ellis. 

J145. S.ARAH. born August \2. 1758; married as second wife of Benjamin Ellis, M.D. 

2146. N.ATHANIEL. born .\pril 17. 1760; unmarried; died December 8, 1784. 

J147. JOHN (Hon.). burn Decemljcr 30. 17O1 ; married. November 6, 17Q4, Marcia Bron- 
son. of Waterbury. 

2148. JOSEPH, born January 5, 1764; "unmarried; died December 24, 1783. 

2149. CH.ARLES. born Fel)ruary 7. 1767; died at Yale Coll., June 22, 1789. 

2150. TABITHA HILL, born April 2. 1770; died February i. 1787. 

2151. BETHI.A. born iMarch 8. 1772; died at Somers, February 24. 1790. Memoir by Dr. 

Charles Backus. 
2152 WILLI.AM. born February lO. 1775; died December 26. 1777. 

(.x-3- 1 [-77-275) 697. 

JOHN, M>n of Nathaniel and HaniKih (Denison) King.sbury. of .\ndover, Conn., born April 
25, 1710: married, first. .August 17. 1730. Deborah Spaulding. born 1706, and died al 
Bolton. March 12, 1744. He was a farmer 

CHILDREN (bv first wife) : 

2153. IRENE. Iiorn July 24. 1731 ; died, infant. 

2154. EUNICE, born February 17. 1733; married. , John M.arshall. 

2155. LYDIA, born June to. 1737. 

2156. JOHN, born September 28, 1740. Ca|)t. Indp. Conip., North Carolina .Artillery July 

10. 1777, taken prisoner at Charleston, May, 1780. Officer of the Continetal .Army. 

2157. URIAH, born August 7. 1743; died June 1,1744. 

Married, second. August 13. 1746. .Abigail Phelps. 

CHILDREN (by second wife) : 

2158. JOSEPH. Iiorn May 26. 1747; died June II. 1747. 

2159. D.ANIEL. born So]itember 20-24. 1749- 

2160. ABIGAIL, born January 19, 1752. 



FIFTH GENERATION. 53 

(X-3-11-77-.7.S) 698. 

NATHANIEL, son of Nathaniel ami Ilanii.ili (nciiisnii ) Kings1)ury. horn Si-iiti-mhi-r 8, 1711 ; 
niaiiic'd, , Sarali Cliapnian, of T<i]laiiil, Conn. I lu was a fanner. 

CHILDREN: 

2161. NATHANIEL, horn ; niarricil Sar.ah Oorclicslcr, of Tolland. 

2162. J.ABEZ. born March 10. I7.i(i: niarrii-d .\niu- Hatch. 

2163. RUTH, born Octolicr 7. 1750. |l)atc right; nnnihcr wrong.) 

2164. SAMUEL, born Fchinary 2. 1763: married. . Mary Benton. 

2165. SAR.\H. born ; married Ich.'.h.i.l lliiikley. U. -S. A. 

, born ; died, infant. 

. born ; died, infant. 

. born ; died, infant. 

(■x-,Mi-77--';.^t 699. 

MARY, d.nighter of Nathaniel .md ll.-mnah (Denison) Kingsbnrv, born \ci\eniber 3. 1713; 
married. October 12. 1732. by the Re\ . Thdni.is White, of Bolton. F.lijah llaniinond. 

ISSUE: 

Nathaniel Hammond, born Soiiteraher 10. 1733: married Dorothy Tucker, of Bolton. 
Hannah Hammond, born .April — . 1736: married. September 13. 1762. Joseph Tucker, of 

Bolton. 
PrisciUa Hammond, baptized August iS. 1741 : m.arried Capt. Jonathan Birge. 
Elijah Hammond, born August 19. 1753. 
Natb.-iniel had (Hammond) children Jason. Candaci-. Elizabeth. Lemuel, b'.li. M.ary. .Mien. 
Alvin and Calvin (twins). George. Chester. Manton. Dorothy. Nathaniel. 

PrisciUa had (Birge) children. Isaac. Priscilla. Jonathan. Ruth. Simon, Anna. 

(x-3-ii-77-27,s) 700. 

SIMON, son of Nathaniel and Hannah (Denison) Kingsbury, born July 25. 1715; married 
Deliverance, or Delia. Cadv. He was a farmer. They resided at Ellington, formerly 
East Windsor, Conn., wdiere he died in 1796. aged 81. 

CHILDREN: 

2170. ELIZ.ABETH, born November 14. 1740; tumiarried ; died before 1798. 

2171. DELIVERANCE, born November 18. 1742: married. . Thomas Terrell. 

2172. SIMON, born April 4. 1745 ; married. . Cross. 

2173. LLTCY. born : unmarried: died in I'.ast Windsor. 

2174. H.ANN.XH. born March 26. 1747; married. July 16. 1770. Amos Cady. 
217,3. JOSEPH, born . 1756: married widow Roxanna Wadsworth. 

2176. ELIJAH, born : died, infant. 

2177. LOUISA, born : died liefore 1798. 

2178. DOLLY, or SARAH, born ; married. . Hale. 

Mrs. Hale says there was an Esther [letter i88(i|. She may have eoimted .\nios Ca<ly"s 
second wife. Esther Edwards, as a sister. 

(x -.3- 1 1 -77-27.3) 701. 

JABEZ, son of Nathaniel and Hannah (Denison) Kingsbury, born June 21. t7i7: married. 
September 3-13. 1749. Mary Phelps. He died October 10-18. 1769. She dieil April 10. 
1809. aged go. 



54 



KINGSBURY GENEALOGY. 



ii/g. 



iSi. 



CHILDREN: 

NATHANIEL, liorn October 4, 1751 : married. . Asenath Daggett. 

21S0. RUTH, born May 2T. 1753: married, , David Patten. Tbey had one son, Pbny 

(Patten), of Virginia. 
JOSEPH, born Febrnary 2.^. 1755: married, April 10. 178.^4, Ruth Bentim, 
21S2. JERE^HAH. born March 5, 175"; fl>ed Deccmlicr 10, 1761. 

2iSv JABEZ, liorn May 20, 1758: died. |>rolialily in Nnrth Carohna, en route to Tennessee. 
1788-9. 

2184. MARY, born October 20-26, 1760; married, , J>)hn Townsend. of Cazenovia, 

Westmoreland County, N. Y. 

2185. AMELLA. l)orn January 15. 1764; married. , Silas (or Cyrus) Crowell. She 

died in , 1850, aged 86. 

2186. ANNE, born April 20, 1766; married, first, Daniel Roberts; married, second, , 

Andrew, of Middleboro, 

(x-3-1 1-77-275) 702. 

HANNAH, daughter of Nathaniel and Hannah (Denison) Kingsbury, born January 2},. 1719: 
married, by the Rev. Thomas White, of Bolton, October 10, 17.38, John Chapman. They 
resided in Bolton. 

ISSUE: 

Lemuel Cluipiiinii. baptized March 20. 1741 

Eunice Chairman. June . 1742. 

Jormiah Chuj^maii. baptized September 4, 174,1. 
Phiiieas Clial^iiKiii. baptized September 20, 1747. 
Mary Chat>man, baptized July in. 1750. 
Hannalt Chairman, baptized .^pril 2, 1753. 
Lois Clial^)iiaii. baptized January 28. 1756. 

(x-.M I -77-275) 703. 

PRISCILLA, il.iughter of Nathaniel and Hannah (Denison) Kingsbury, born M.ireh 22, 1720; 
married, November 28, 174,?, her cousin, Ebcnezer Kingsbury (68g) ; see his record. 

(X-.V II -77-273) 704. 

JOSEPH (Deacon), son of Nathaniel and Hannah (Denison) Kingsbury, born March 27, 
T721 ; married, March 5, 1745, Mary Loomis, of ."Yndover. They removed from Tol- 
land to Enfield. Conn.. April 7. 1754. He was a fanner. She was born July 17. 1726; 
died December i, 1800, aged 74. He died June 8, 1806, aged 85. 

CHILDREN: 

21Q4. PRUDENCE, born January 11. 1746: married. . Capt. .Mien Stillman. 

2195. LEML'EL. born November 12. 1752; married. December 23. 1773, Alice Terry. Beside 
these they adopted Dolly and Betsey, daughters of Lemuel (706). 
The tombstone inscription of Deacon Joseph reads: 
Sacred to the Memory 
of 
DEACON JOSEPH KINGSBURY, 
who died 
June 8, 1806, 
Aged 85 years, 2 months. 
Here lies a man. no one prized religion more. 
The same our Fathers brou,ght from Europe's shore. 
A strict supporter of the good old ways 
Of Puritans, in their most early days. 



FIFTH GFNFRATION. 55 

(.\-3- 1 1-77-275) 705. 

DENISON, son of Nathaniel and Hannah (Denison) Kingshnry, born June 7, 1723; married. 

. Lydia Jones, of Andovcr, Conn. He went to Hebron. Conn., prior to 1751. He 

was a farmer. He died Novem1)er 28, 1795. She died December 2. 1S08. In an old 
ehin-ch yard soiilli of Andover (copied, 1S76, 1)y H, R. Cone, descendant of Weahhy 
Kiil.^sbury (21291 )|. is the foIlowinK: 

Sacred to the Memory of 
Mr<. DENISON KINGSHURY. 
who died November 28, 1795. 
in the 73d year of In'-; age. 

" Thy force alone, religion, death disarms. 
Breaks all his darts and every viper charms ; 
Softly by the grisly forms appear 
No more the horrid object of onr fear. 
W'e iinilismayed his .-lu ful power obey. 
Tliat guides us through the s.afe tho' 
Gloomy way which leads to life." 

In .Memory of 
MRS. LYDIA. WIFE OF MR. DENISON KINGSBCRN". 
who departed this life 
Dee. 2, 1808. in the 84 years 
of her life. 

CHILDREN: 

2ig6. SIBYL, born ; married . Eleazar Pomeroy. 

2197. L^"DI.\. born : unmarried. 

2198. EUNICE, born ; m.-irried. . Nathaniel Olnistead. M.D. 

2199- H.ANNAH, born ; married. . Adonij.ah White. 

2200. JERL'SHA. born ; married, first. ; married, second. Slepluii I'.-iyne. 

The inscription on her tombstone in old chtn-ch yard soiUb of -\ndover reads: 

JERUSHA PAYNE, WIFE OF STEPHEN PAYNE, 

daughter of Denison and Lydia Kin.gsbury, 

Died Jamiary 11. 1849, 

.\ge. 90 years. 

2201. DELIVER.XNCE. born : married. , Daniel Burnap : had no children. 

2202. JOHN, born : m.irried. . 01mste;id. of Hanover, N. H. 

2203. SALLY', born : married, . Deacon Nathaniel Hubbard. 

2204. LEMUEL, born =- : married, , 1790, Lois Hutchinson. 

Lydia Jones, wife of Denison Kingsbury, was rlaughter of Isaac Jones, a grcat-preat grand- 
daughter of Theophilus Eaton, first Governor of the Colony of New Haven, and a great-grand- 
daughter of his daughter and William Jones, first Deputy-Governor of this Colony of New 
Haven, whose son was Isaac, whose son was Isaac Jones, first aforesaid. The mother of 
Deputy-Governor Jones was a Cromwell, and sister of Oliver, Lord Protector. Her mother. 
Mistress Henry Cromwell, was a Steward, a descendant of Alexander, Lord Higli Steward of 
Scotland, through whom by a marriage of his grandson. Waller, to the Princess Marjory, 
daughter of King Robert Bruce, the royal house of Steward, Stewart, or Stuart and Queen 
Victoria are descended. 



j6 KINGSBURY GENEALOGY. 

(x-yii-77-^75) 706. 

LEMUEL, son of Nathaniel and Hannah (IX'nison) Kingshury. Iiorn Angnst 23. 1725; 
married, first. May 9. 1749. EHzabcth Looniis. She died October 11. 1751. leaving one 
son; married, second, June 30, 1756, Dorothy Roberts. 

CHILDREN: 

2205. DOROTHY, born ; married, , Hon. Josiah .Mien. 

220(3. ELIZABETH. Ixirn ; married, . first, Elisha Titkin ; married, second. 

. .Mden. of Enfield. Conn. 

These children were adr.pteil by Jr.seph and Mary (Loomis) Kingsbnry (704). Lcnuicl 
had by first wife a son. 

2207, LEMUEL, born Septemlier 20. 1750. who died October 23. 175,5. his mother having died 
October 11. 1751. Lcmnel was a farmer. 

(X-3-11-77-275) 708. 

SARAH, daughter of Nathaniel and Hannah (.Denison) Kingsbury, hnrn J.anuary 13 1728; 
married, first. Theophilus Baldwin. 

ISSUE: 

hcnc Baldwin, born ; married, . Christoplier Bennett, of Westmoreland. 

N. Y. 

Married, second, . Crocker. M.D. 

ISSUE: 

,S"(i//v Crocker, born ; married. Simeon Pomeroy. of N. Hampton. 

John Crocker, M.IK. Iiorn in Bolton; died in Cuba. 

Mary Crocker, born ; married Simeon House, of Andover. Conn. 

Riilh Crocker, born ; married Benjamin Prescott. of N. Hampton. 

Doddridge Crocker, born : resided Charleston, S. C. 

Sahina Crocker, born : married Elijah Boardman. of Watcrford, N. Y. 

Clarissa Crocker, born . 

Lemuel CriMker. Iiorn . 

(x-3-11-77-275 I 709. 

PHINEAS. son of Nathaniel and Hannah (Denison) Kingsbury, born May 9, 1730-1 ; married, 
January 9, 1755, Hannah Hutchinson, of Lebanon. Conn. He was a farmer, and lived 
in Bolton. Conn. 

CHILDREN: 

22i(). l^HINEAS. born November 14. 1755, 

2217. H.ANNAH. born November 16, 1757, 

2218. LEMUEL, born December 7. 1759. 

(.x-,vii-78-28iJ 733. 

SAMUEL, son of Thomas and Margaret (Haines) Kingsbury, born 1707; married. May 12, 
1730, Dorcas Spalding. Lived in Plainfield, where he died August 21, 1739. 



I 



CHILDREN. 



2219. THOMAS, born 

2220. SARAH, liorn — 



2221. EUNICE, born ; married. January 2. 1755, Josiah Bird. 



FIFTH GENERATION. 



57 



(X-3-11-78-2S1) 735. 

JONATHAN, (Capt.), son oi TlmnKis aini M:ira;arii (Haines) Kingsl)ury. ]iorn , 1712; 

married, first. December 3, 1736. .Aliigail Hull, wlio died March 17. 1749; married, soc- 
(ind, January 9. 1751. Hann.ali Clark, wlm diicl May 6, 1760. a.ije, 32; married, third, 
January 14, 1761, . Lived in Necdli.im prior to 1744, He died December 28, 1770. 

CHILDREN (by first wife) : 

22.S2. ABIGAIL, born March 12, 1742: married, November i.?, 1759, John Gold, 

2233, JONATHAN, born April 25, 1745; married, first, January 14, 1708, Annie Gear; 

married, second, June 21, 1775, Lodemi;i Ransom, 

CHILDREN ( by second wife) : 

2234, H.\NNAH, born December 22, 1751 ; died November 6, 1754. 

2235, D.\NIEL, born April 14,1753; died October 3, 1753, 

2236, H.\NNAH, born September 29, 1755; married, , Joel Greenslit. 

2237, ELIZ,\BETH, born March 4, 1757-8; married, , Nathaniel Root, of Coventry, 

Conn., where they lived. 

2238, MARY, born April 24, 1760; married. , Josiah Broun. 

CHILDREN (by third wife) : 

3239. DANIEL, ])orn November j;^. I7f)i ; died .Xuijusl j^. 1767. 
2240. EASTER, born .-^pril 4. 1764. 



In Memory of 

Capt jonathon 

Kingsbury who 

died Dec, 28th 1770 

in ye 59 year 

of his Age 

Here Lies ye Body 

Mrs, Abigal Kin 

gsbery ye Wife of 

Mr, Jonathan Kingsb 

ery of Windham, 

Who departed this 

Life November ye 

23rd 1749 ill yc 

34 year of her 

Age, 



Here Lies ye Body 

of Mrs Hannah Kin 

gsbury Wife of Lent 

Jonathan Kings 

bury She died 

May ye fith 1760 

Hannah Child 

Lent Jonathan & 

Hannah Kingsbury 

She died November 

ye 1st 1754 Aged 3 years 

In Memory of 

Daniel Kingsbury 

He died Oclobr 

ye 3rd .iVged 6 Mont 

lis 17.53 



Rrecled 

To the 

Memory of .\Ir 

jonatlKin Kin.gsbury 

Who 

DeP''i'lcd Ibis life 

Sept 25lh 1802 

In the 58 year of his 

Age, 

Now shall these mouldering memi" 

What each of us shouhl learn 
For dust and ashes loudest preach 
Man's infinite concern 



•s ie;u'li 



5^ 



KINGSBURY GENEALOCxY. 



In memory of Mrs 

Aniie 

Wife of Mr jonatlioii 

Kingsbury Who died 

Oct 23 1773 in ye 

28 year of her 

Asc 



ERECTED 

In memory of 

]\'Irs. Lodenia rclcct of 

Mr. jonathn Kingsbury 

Who died 

Mi'.rcli 24tli 1814 Aged 

t)2 years 

What if the saint must chc 
And li'dge among tlie tnnibs 

[return 
Vnu neeil not mourn, she shall 
When Christ the Saviour conies. 



Daniel Kingsbury 

Son of Capt. jona 

than & Mrs. Sarah 

Kingsbury He died 

August ye 4th 1767 

Aged 5 years 



In Memory of 
Mercy Kingsbury 
Who died May 

I2th 1774 aged 
7 months. 



(x-,Mi-7S-2Si) 736. 

ELIZABETH, daughter of Thomas and Margaret (Haines) Kingsbury, born - 
married. .September 26, 1734. Jonathan Haines. She died Seplemlier 17. 1741. 



1714; 



ISSUE: 



TliniiHis Haiiirs. burn , 1 7.^5. 

Mary Haines, born , 1737. 

Elicabrtl) Haines, born . 1740. 



^* .* .* 
SIXTH GENERATION. 

.* ^* ..* 



SIXTH GENERATION. 

(x- 1 -9-05-203-436) 878. 

SAMUEL, liuni ; about 1775 marrit-d ; died , 

CHILDREN: 

8280. AMHERST, bum : married. : liad a son, (ieorge \\'.. ulio lived in Wash- 

ington, Caswell County, Ills. 

8281. CALEB, born . 

8282. S.^MUEL. born , iSo? : married, firs'. Emma B. .\dams ; married, secoml, Phebe 

Spaulding. 

8283. ROSVIN. born ; killed by lightning. 

8284. LEWIS H., born . 

85. MARY, born 



S286. A daughter, born ■ 
8287. A daughter, born 



( .\-- 1 -9-65-203-439 ) 892. 



SOLOMON, son of Solomon and Ruth (Kingsbury) Kingsbury, born December 25. 1771. in 
Walpole, Mass. ; married, about 1799. Rebecca Smillt, of Dedham, .Mass.. born December 
25. 1771 ; went to Ro.xbury. N. H. (Pockersfield prior to 1812). March 6, 1800. He died 
September 5. 1845. 

CHILDREN (all born in P.ickcrsficld) : 

8420. SETH. born August 14. iHoi ; married, tirst. March 21. 1831. Rachel Woodbury: 

married, second. , Lois Brabrook. 

8421. ER.'VSTUS, born .'\pril 9, 1806: unmarried: died I'"cbruary 12. 18,33. '" Roxbury. 

8422. REBECCA, born May 4, 1808: died June 23, iSio, in Pockersfield. 

Solomon was Selectman of Pockersfield six years; was Selectman and Town Clerk 
of Ro.xbury several years, also represented the town in General Court two years. 

(x-i-9-65-203-4.i9) 895. 

SAMUEL, son of Solomon and Ruth (Kingsbury) Kingslim-y. liorn May 28. 1778: married 
. Rachel . born about 1810: lived in .Moretown, Vermont. He died Sep- 
tember . 1846. Personal estate inventoried $117.00: expense of administration. 

$17.25 : allowed bis widow by Probate Court, $99.75. 

CHILDREN: 

8450. C.-\TH.\RINE. born ; married, first. Patrick Calvey. an Irishman. They had a 

son, Samuel Calvey, who was in the Civil War. 1861-65; married, second, "Vet" 
(Sylvester) Butterfield. They had a daughter, Enieline (or Emogine) Butterfield. 

8451. D.WID, born ; married. , and went to Michigan. They had a son, David. 

in the Civil War. 1861-5. 

(X- 1-9-65-20.3-4,39) 897. 

CATHERINE, d.iugbter of Solomon and Ruth (Kingsbury) Kingsbury. Iiorn Oetolier 20. 

1783; married. . Marsa Bassett, of Kcenc, N. H., and settled in Eden. Vermont. 

She died .-Xpril i, 1858. 
(61) 



62 KINGSBURY GENEALOGY. 

ISSUE: 

Sainucl Basictt. l)orn ; mu^ic teacher in Oregon. 

Hiiuiii Bassctt, born ; resiileil in Worcester, Mass. 

Warren Bassctt, twin. Imrn ; resided in Vermont. 

George Bassctt, twin. l)..rn ; resided in Vermont. 

Catherine Bassctt. liorn ; married. , Martin Fisher, of Walpole, Mass. 

Julia Bassctt, born ; nnmarried. 

Cyntliia Bassctt. born ; married, , Sanntel Kingsbnry (8483). 

(X- 1^0-65-^03-439) 898. 

BENJAMIN, son of Solomon and Ruth (Kingsbury) Kingsbury, born February J4. 1787; 
married, first. April 29, iSio, Martha Starr, born October 18. 1787. daughter of Joseph 

Starr, of Boston. Mass. ; married, second. , Frances Rolibins, born April 25, 1792. 

widow of Thomas Flagnor, daughter of Jonathan Derliy Robliins and Mary Robbins, of 
Boston. He was a lawyer in Portland, memlier of the Legislature, Judge, and Mayor 
of the city. Lost most of his property. When 70 years old (1857) moved to Belfast. 

Maine. First wife dieil June . 1854. He died March 20, 1876. Second wife died 

June 21, 1879. 

CHILDREN: 

8480. MARTHA, born May , 181 1 ; married William Bacon, ob. s. p. ; died June 11, 1829. 

8481. BENJAMIN, born July 17, 1813; married Susan H. Burnham, sister of "Hen-Fever" 

Burnham, Liquor Commissioner of Massacliusetts. His habeas corpus case re- 
ported in 14 Gray, 226. 

84,S2. CATHERINE E., born February 24. 1816; married Thomas Lovatt. Slie died Jan- 
uary 26, 1857. Issue: Benjamin K. Lovatt. born . 

8483. SAMUEL, born September 9. 1818: married, first, Cynthia Bassctt, daughter of Marsa 
and Catherine (Kingsbury) Bassett (897); married, second, Cyrene Gurney; 
married, third, Rachel . -';>-i_i/' 

(x- 1 -9-66-209-503) 1200. 

CALVIN, son of Moses and Hannah (Lewis) Kingsbury. Iiorn October 3, 1800, in Dedham, 

Mass.; married, . 1829, Mary Blake, born March i, 1803, of North Wrentham. 

Mass, He died October 12, 1851. in North Wrentham (now Norfolk). 

CHILDREN: 

11500. ABIGAIL, born .August 22. 1830. at North Wrentham; married, , 1848, Lewis 

G. Miller, at North Wrentham, Mass.. and lived in Waltham, Mass. He died about 
1876. They had five children, four of whom were living in 1879. 

1 1501. HANNAH, born ; died before 1841. 

11502. CALVIN PHILLIPS, born September 26, 1841, in Boston, Mass.; married,, November 

28, 1859, Lizzie L. Moores. of Wallingford, Vermont. He is a printer livingin St. 
Joseph, Mo. They have no children. 

(x- 1-10-67-219-559) 1559. 

BENJAMIN, son of Eenj;iinin and .\1iigail (Sawin) Kingsbury, horn .April I. 1785, in Rindge. 

N. H. ; married, , Cynthia Wilder, born September 13, 1789, in Kcene, N. H. ; 

died May 11. 1877. in Welshficld, Ohio. 

CHILDREN (the four ohlest born in Rindge. N. H., and others born in Welshfield, Ohio) : 

15090. CAROLINE LT<ANIA, born May i, 1812; married. . Chester Nash. 

15091. JEDID.AH. Ijorn August 17. 1813; married Prentice J. Reed. 

15092. PETER WILDER, born March 3. 1815; unmarried; died Aprd i. 1S42. 



SIXTH GENERATION. 63 

1509,5. JOSEPH ADDISON, born Fcliriiary 1.5. 1S18: ni.iriied. first. ; marri(.-(l, sec- 
ond. Elizabeth Abcll. 

15094. BENJAMIN, born February. 14. iSjo: married. tir.st. Lucy .Ann Pope; married, .sec- 

ond, Elipha Robins. 

15095. CH.ARLES W., born .April 1. iSjj; married, , Louisa Cornell. He died in 

Fairbanks, Iowa. 

15096. LOUISA A., born October 3, 1S24: married Horace Norton. 

15097. HENRY M., born Augu.st 7. 1826; married, March 7, 1851. Ann E. Tiislen. 

15098. MARIA CYNTHI.A, born March 19, i8->9: married, , Jason R. Arlcr. 

15099- ELLIS ABNER, born January 31, 18,34: unmarried; wounded in Battle of Freder 
icksburg, Va.. December 13, 1862: died December 15, 1862. 

(x-i-io-67-219-559) J560. 

MARY, daughter of Deacon and .Abigail (Sawin) Kingsbury, born March 21, 1787, in Newton, 
Mass.; married, October 15. 1807. in Sudbury, Vermont, Levi Tenney. born February 
22, 1781, in Bennington. Vermont, died August 9, iSfKj. in New Lisbon, N. V. She died 
May 7, 1853, in Plainfield, N. Y. 

ISSUE: 

A daughter, born October 7. 1809. in Sudbury. Vermont. ; died October 7, 1809. 

.■l}igcliiic Lorain Tcnncy, born October 25, 1810, in Sudbury, Vermont; married. Novem- 
ber 10, 1836, in Plainfield, Samuel Northrup Castle, born .August 12, 1808. in Caze- 
novia, N. Y. .As missionaries of the .American Board, they embarked from Boston, 
Mass., December 14. 1836, for Honolulu, Hawaii, where they arrived .April. 1837. 
Mr. Castle was Financial .Agent of the .A. B. C. F. M. for many years. She died 
March 5. 1841, in Honolulu. They had one child: Mary Tenney Castle, born May 
9. 1838. married. .April 11. 1862, in Honolulu, Edward Griffin Hitchock. born Janu- 
ary 20, 1837, in Lahaina. Maui. H. I., died October 9. 1898, at Kohala. 1 lawaii. Eight 
children: ( 1 ) .A daughter, born July 1. 1863. died July 1, 1863: (2) Harvey Rex- 
ford, born August 17, 1864, married. Feljruary 18, 1891. Hannah Julia Meyer. Three 
children: Harvey Rcxford, Randolph Howard and William Charles: (3) Mary Re- 
becca, born June 27, 1866. married, March 23, 1898, Frederick Galen Snow; (4) 
Harriet Castle, born September 15. 1866, in Hilo. H. I. : (5; Edward Northrup, 
born June 25, 1870, married Aprd 6, 1900, Clara Louise Fassett. One child: Hil- 
dreth Castle; (6) Ellie Tenney, born January 8, 1873. married January 17, 1895. 
Frank Tallant Smith, died August 31. 1899; (7) Lily, born September 11. 1874, in 
Hilo, died September 11, 1874: (8) Mabel Winchester, born November i. 1877, mar 
ried, December 24, 1897. Bertrand Ferdinand Sclioen. One child : Evelyn Henri- 
etta, born .April 20. 1899. at Hilo. 

Nancy Ann Kingsbury Tcnncy, born February 1. 1812. in Su<lbury. Vermont ; died June 
II, 1813, in Plainfield, N. Y. 

Abigail Jackson Tcnncy, born October 13. 1813. in Plainfield, N. Y. : died May 4. 1867. 
in Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Horace Tcnncy, born .August 2^]. 1816. in Plainfield ; married. September 5. 1843. in 

Cazcnovia. N. Y., Elizabeth Olive Parmclee : died , in Sysacnsc, N. V. Three 

children: Mary Elizabeth, Harriet Clarinda and Gertrude Maria. 

Nancy Kingsbury Tcnncy. born March 19. 1818. in Plainfield; married, June 13, 1842. in 
Plainfield, Hiram .Austin Mattcson. Six children: .Angcline Lorina, Emma Al- 
etta. Hiram Cecil, Florence Dora, .Alvan Tcnncy. Effie. Died October 12, 1883. in 
West Exeter, N, Y. 

Mary Tcnncy. born October 26. 1819. in Plainfield; married, October 13. 1842. in Plain- 
field, Samuel Northrup Castle (record above). They sailed from Boston, Mass., 
November 2, 1842. for Honolulu, where they arrived March 17. 1843. They cele- 
brated their golden wedding October 13. i8ij2. in Ilonolidu. Mr. Castle died July 



64 KINGSBURY GENEALOGY. 

14 1894. Tl-ii chililrcn: (1) Samuel. Lorn October 27. 1S4.?. in Honolulu, died 
October 25. 1843; (2) Charles Alfred. l)oru December 16. 1844. married. January i, 
1870 Claire Eloise Coleman, born January 28. 1847. i" Jacksonville. Florida. He 
died' April 30. 1874, in Honolulu. They had Mary Eloise, born Octolier 25. 1870. 
married. November 28, 1900, Benjamin Lodge Marx, and Hattie Ethelwyn Alfre.l. 
born December 21. 1872. in Honolulu; (3) Harriet Angeline, born January i, 1847, 
married. June 12. 1876. Charles Carson Coleman, born September 14. 1846, in Jack- 
sonville. Florida. They bad children: Charles Alfred Castle, born November 2. 
1877. in Papaikou, H. I., died October 18. 1878. and Samuel Northrnp Castle, born 
February 6. 1880. in Honolulu: (4) William Richards, born March 19. 1849. mar- 
ried, October 12. 1875. in Pittsfield, Mass., Ida Beatrice Lowrey, born November .s, 
1854, in South Lee, Mass. Children • William Richards, bnrn June 19, 1878, .Mfred 
Lowrey, born March 18, 1S84, and Alice Maud Beatrice, born July 30, 18S8. all hi 
Hnnolnlu; (5) George Parmelee. born April 29. 1851. married, October 17, 1879, in 
Papaikou, H. I., Ida Mary Tenney, born June 30, 1856, in Plainfield, N. Y. Chil- 
dren born in Honolulu: Dorothy Mary Howlcy. born December 28, 1882. and Mar- 
garet Tenney. born July 21. 1886: (6) Albert Tyler, born December 5, 1853. in Hon- 
olulu, died November 14, 1864; (7) James Bicknell. born November 27, 1855. mar- 
ried. November 2. 1879. in Winchenden. Mass.. Julia Matilda White, born June 15. 
1S49, in Winchenden. Children: Nelson Northru)), born .April 14. 1885. m Hon- 
olulu, died April 14, 1885. Harold Long, b<irn July 23. 1886, in Honolulu, and Ken- 
neth Kingsbury, born September 18, 1888, in Winchenden, died September 18, 1888; 
(8) Caroline Dickinson, born March 15. 1858, in Honolulu: (9) Helen Kingsbury, 
born August 5, i860, married. October i, 1891. in Berlin. Germany. George Herbert 
Mead, born February 27. 1863, in South Hadley. Mass. One child: Henry Castle 
.\lbert, born November 30. 1892. in Ann .\rbor, Michigan; (10) Henry Northrup, 
born -August 22. 1862, married, first, September 9, 1889, in London, England, Frida 
Steckner, born May 31, 1869, in Merseburg, Saxony, died July 7, 1890, in Honolulu. 
One chiUl : Helen Dorothy Frida, born June 10. 1890, drowned January 30, iSp.S. 
The mother thrown from a carriage and killed when baby Dorothy was four weeks 
old: married, second, December 25. 1892, in Honolulu, Mabel Rosamond Wing, 
born June 19, 1864, in Providence, R. I. One child: Elinor Henry, born November 
28. 1894. in Philadelphia. Pa. He and his four-year-old daughter. Dorothy, were lost 
on the Elbe. January 30. 1895. in the North Sea. off Lowestoft. England. 

Harriet Ncu'cll Tenney. born June 28. 1821. in Plainfield, N. Y.. where she married. 
January 7. 1852, Alfred Phineas Peck, who died .-\ugust 19. 1883. Five children: 
Mary Amenia, Charles Alfred, Frank Ratiiburu, Levi Tenney, Harriet Louisa. 

Levi Tenney, born December 12. 1828.. in Plainfield; niarrud, first. December 16. 1849. 
in Brooklyn. Gertrude Everett Pettite. One child : Edward Griswold. Wife died 
October 13. 1850: married, second, .\pril 10. 1S56. Mrs. Ellen Douglass Green Sher- 
man. One child: George Bartlett. Wife died August 26. 1878: married, third. 
August 9. 1883, in Cameron. Texas. 

Lueien Toineroy Tenney, born July 9. 1825, in Plainfield; married, first, December 25, 
1850. at Edmeston, N. Y., Maria Amanda Berlingham, born May 14, 1831, died Oc- 
tober 9, 1851 ; married, second, February 22. 1854, in Plainfield, Ma'ry Eliza Davies, 
born December 17, 1835. He died November 6, 1898. in St. Andrew's Bay, Florida. 
Children: (i) Vernon Lncien, born October 6. 1854. married. September 7, 1893. 
Lucy Pratt. One child: Vernon E<lvvard ; (2) Ida Mary, born June 30. 1856. 
married. October 17, 1S79, George Parmelee Castle. Two children; (3) Edward 
Davies. born January 26. 1859. married, !\larch 5. 1889. Rose Williams Makee. born 
.■\pril 10. 1864. in LHupalakua. Two children: Wilhelmina and Vernon Edward. 

■ ihai! Tenney. born March ii, 1828, in Plainfield; married. August 25, 1870, in Oberlin, 
Ohio, Sarah Eugenia Felton. He died September 12, 1S85, in .Mbany, N. Y. Chil- 
dren: , and .Mvan. Widow resided, Brooklyn, N. Y. 



SIXTH GENERATION. 65 

(x-i-io-67-2i9-55y) 1563. 

DR. NATHANIEL, son of Deacon Benjamin and Liicrctia (Locke; Kingsbury. 1)orn June 28. 

i7(jS; married, first. . 1827. Callierine Sawin ; second, November 29, l8,?2, Linda 

(Raymond) Ward, of Rindge, N. IL. widow of Benjamin Ward, second daughter of 
Capt. Joel Raymond; third. November .v\. 1835, Lydia (Barnes) Patten, of Temple, 
N. H.. widow of Jesse Patten; fourth. November 11, 1840. .^nn Hazen, of Shirley, Mass. 
He was a physician removed from Rindge. N. H.. to Temple. N. H. First wife died 
June ig, 1827; age. 27. ob. s. p. ; second wife died October 15. 18,^4: age, 37. They had 
one child : 

15130. CATHERINE S.AWIN. born March 28. 1834; unmarried; resided in Temple. 

Third wife died August 10, 1839; age. 39. They had one child: 

15131. BENJAMIN B.A.RNES. born May 15. 18.37. i" Temple. N, H.; married, June 20. 1862. 

Sarah R. Freeman, daughter of Rev. Frederick Freeman, of Sandwich, Mass. 

Fourth wife died . 1862, ob. s. p. 

Mr. Stearns says, in his -History of Rindge": "Dr. Nathaniel King.sbury was horn in 
Rindge. N. H., June 28. 1798. He entered Middlebury College. 1816. The following year he 
left the institution and entered Harvard College, where he remained two years. .After leaching 
in Georgia and Massachusetts a few years, he attended medical lectures at Hanover and 
Brunswick, Maine, where he received his degree in 1829. He practiced medicine in Rindge 
from 1831 to 1834, when he removed to Temple, N. H. Dr. K. represented that town in the 
Legislature, 1840 and 1841, and was a member of the State Senate. 1846." The following 
tribute to this eminent physician is from the History of Temple: "Dr. Kingsbury is a man 
of superior ability, great acciuirements and much expereience. He is one of the ablest phy- 
sicians in this section of the country. As a counsellor he has ever been esteemed by those of 
the profession who can appreciate the higher elements of medicine." He was a classmate of 
Ralph Waldo Emerson and Charles W. Upham, at Harvard, class of 1821. The latter writes 
in the Petcrboro Transcript. June 12. 1870: "The character of this estimable man and phy- 
sician demands a more formal notice than has been taken of his recent decease. He received 
his preparatory education at Shoreham. Vermont. ... He broke up his connection 
with college life and went to Cuba, where his sister (Nancy K.) resided. Having passed a 
year there, he removed to Georgia, teaching a school in that State for two years. Subse- 
quently he taught the Lancaster .Academy. Residence in these several places gave him an 
opportunity to acquire much knowledge, and his correspondence w-ith his friends showed how 
fully he availed himself of it. His letters from Cuba were very interesting and instructive. 
His varied early experience terminated on his entrance to the medical profession. He com- 
menced practice at Rindge, removed to Temple in 1834, where he remained, with the exception 
of a few years at Shirley. Mass, to the end of his life, enjoying the confidence and aflfection of 
all. He was four times married. Of his family only a son and daughter survive him. Such 
men are seldom fully appreciated while they live. Death strips off any personal peculiarities, 
and leaves the man. His death is a felt and fiibtic bereavement. The sick man's friend and 
skillful adviser has gone. Especially will the poor long remember his prompt and untiring 
attendance in sickness, for which cither no recompense was asked, or a very inadequate one 
claimed. He was singularly simple and unobtrusive in his habits, and hence less widely known. 
as a physician; than his skill and learning would otherwise have made him. His is a home 
fame. In professional life he was a model of unselfishness, courtesy, and uprightness, and by 
his medical brethren greatly esteemed for these sterling qualities, as well as for sound, prac- 
tical judgment. He died after a short illness, on the 3d of March. 1870. The general esti- 
mate of the community is recorded in the fact that he was .selected to represent his town and 
district in both branches of the New Hampshire Legislature. While in Harvard College he 
was recognized as a leading mind, and felt to be a marked character. Of an age somewhat in 
advance of the majority of his classmates, with a powerfully developed frame, and mental and 
moral traits of corresponding strength, he commanded, as he deserved, the respect of his 
associates. He gave evidence, in his expressions and deportment, of an uncommon independ- 



66 KINGSBURY GENEALOGY. 

cncc of opinion and originality and power of tliouglu. l.nt tliat was connected with great 
sensitiveness and delicacy of feeling, and a modest and retiring manner. As a natnral conse- 
quence, the circle of his intimate acquaintances was limited; but within that circle his manly 
and noble qualities were truly and deeply appreciated. His fine intellectual endowments were 
adrnired. and the warm affection of his nature made him dear to the hearts of his friends. 
Although traveling with them tlirough but half the course, and almost wholly separated from 
them for more than fifty years, the members of the class of i8ii. who knew him well, ever 
retained a lively remembrance of his sterling and attaching qualities, and those who survive 
participate in the profound sensibility of the people of his town and neighborhood in the loss 
of the good physician, upright man. and honest citizen." 

(x-i-io-67-^i9-5()o) J565. 

LUCY, daughter of Solomon and Keziah (Merriam) Kingsbury, born .January U\ 1795; 
married Apollos Nye; resided in Keene, N, H. She died December 5, 7855. 

ISSUE: 

ll'asliiii:^loii Nye. born ; was twice married; had two sons and one daughter. 

A farmer; represented Rnxbury in Legislature of New Hampshire; was a soldier 

in the Civil War. 
Zulina C. Nye, born . 1825; married, first, a Dr. Foster; had three sons, one a 

doctor in Chicago, two students in college in Albion. Mich. ; married, .second, a 

Mr. Green ; no children. 
Jiiliii Warren Nye, born . 1829. A farmer, member city government of Keene, 

N. H. ; has three children : Lucy Addie Caroline, born . 1859. a music 

teacher; Mary B.. born , 1S64; Willie, born , 187,^ 

Irene Nye. born , i8,^j; married David Willard. a farmer, in West Harrisville 

(Pottersville P. O.), N. H, Children: George and Lizzie I. 
Charles Nye, born , 1838. A farmer, in Harrisville, N. H. ; was a soldier in the 

Civil War ; married a widow, who was sister or sister-in-law of David Willard. 

One son, Charles, born, 1859. 
Adeline Nye, born . 1850 (1830); a teacher; went South; died, unm.irried. in 

i860, aged 30. 

(-X-1-10-67-219-560) J568. 

GEORGE WASHINGTON, son of Solomon and Keziah (Merriam) Kingsbury, liorn Sep- 
tember 3, 1801 ; married. . Eliza Brown. They had one son: 

i.Si8o, GEORGE HERVEY, born ; married Sarali J, Plympton ; resided in \V:ilpnle. 

N. H. 

(x-i-io-67-2i9-5(}i J 1567. 

NATHANIEL, son of Nathaniel and Jemima (Ellis) Kingsbury, born . 1773; married. 

, Lucy Ellis. He died , 1804. 

CHILDREN: 

15260, . born . 1796. ill New Hampshire; died, infant. 

15261. M.-XRTIN, born 1798; unmarried; died March (or November) 14,1825. 

15262. REBECCA, born February, 1801 : married, . Samuel Campbell. 

15263. N.-\TH.ANIEL E.. born .1804; unmarried; died April .1831. 

15264. LUCY, or JEMIMA, liorn : unmarried; died March ,1826. 

(x-i-io-67-219-501 ) 1577. 

BENJAMIN, son of Nathaniel and Jemima (Ellis) Kingsbury, born . 1776. in Ded- 

liaiii ; married. . Sarah (or Sally) Brigham, born September 12-20. 1780. He was 

a merchant; died August 25, 1799, in Grafton, Mass. They had an only son: 



SIXTH GENICRATION. 67 

15270. BENJAMIN, bcini March 24. iyij(). in (iraflnii; inarriod. NdvoihIkt 16. 1S25. Hannah 
Stone. 
Sarah Brigham survived her luislianil. r.ml married Jeremiah Flagg. Slie died Septemlui 
22, 1870. 

(X-1-10-67-220-.S6.O 1582. 

GEORGE, sun u£ Joseph and Silence (Richards) Kingsbury, horn Fel)riiary i. 1795, in Fran- 
cestown. N. H. ; married, Ahiy ". 1S22. Sally, daughter of Capt. Elcazer Everett, of 
Francestown, where they resided .after m.irri.a.ye. lie died October 14, iSfxj. 

CHILDREN: 

15320. HARRIET NEWELL, horn July Q. 1824; married. September .p, 1S52, Rev. SyL 

vanus Jewett. 

15321. GEORGE, born January 8. 1827; married, April 19, 1S53. Betsey Ann Hyde. 

15322. SARAH, born February 2, 1829; unmarried; a i)upil in Mt. Holyoke Seminary: 

taught in Massachusetts and Illinois: resided in Francestown. 

15323. HANNAH FRANCES, born November 17. 1830: died May 2, 1832. 

15324. HANNAH CAROLINE, born June 6, 18,53 : married, October 13, 18.53, HaHdon F. 

Blakeslce, of DuQuoin, Ills. 

15325. MARK JLISTIN, born November 10, 1837: enlisted, September 5, 1861, in Fourth 

Ills. Cav, ; served three years. Then purser of the steamer "Col. Coles"; was one 
time postmaster of the Regt.. and also for the city of Natchez, Miss. Died ."Xpril 
12, 1865, and buried on Dauphin Island, 

(x-i-io-67-220-563) J585. 

HANNAH, dau.trhter of Joseph and Silence (Richards) Kingsbury, born Jamiary 25, 1801, in 
I'lancestown, N, H. ; married, July 5, 1831, Stephen Whipple, of New Boston, N, H, ; 
resided in Lowell, Mass., and New Boston, N. 11. He died January jj. r8('Kj. .She died 
in Chelsea, Mass,, December 10, 1876. 

ISSUE: 

Ji>scl>h /r. H'hifplc. born Febru.iry 11. 18.^9; ni.irricd. January 19. 1864. Sarah .\deline 
Chandler, of New Boston. X. H. : resided in Chelsea. 

riiey had live children : 

George lyiiipl'le. born March 2. 1866. 

Grace Gertrude IVkip/tle, born March i. 1871 ; died June 2J. 1880. 
Joseph Herbert Whipple, born October 21, 1874; died March 18, 1875. 
Sarah Josephine Whipple, born October 7, 1877: died M,-ircli 8, 1S7S. 
Bert/ia Kingsbury Whipple, born Novend)er 2. 1879, 

(x-i-io-67-220-.s('i3) IiS6. 

JOSEPH, son of Joseph and Silence (Richards) Kingsbury, born December 29, 1802. in 
Francestown, N, H. ; married. December 8, 1827. Betsey, daughter of Capt. Eleazar 
Everett, of Francestown. She died October iS. 1877. He died October 18. 1884. 

CHILDREN: 

15360. LUCY ABBY. born May 13. 1829; grad. Ml. Hulycike Sein. : married, SepteM)l)er 20. 
1883, Dr. J. G. Kerr, of Ohio. They sailed for China in November, same year, as 
missionaries under the Presbyterian Board, reaching Canton. May 13. 1854, She 
died August 26, 1855, Her husband remains as surgeon in a iK^spital in Canton. 

I53'>i. JOSEPH, born May 15. 1831 ; died July 2, 1832. 

15362. EMILY, born May 14. 1833. in Francestown. N, IL; married, January 25. 1855, Dr. 
J. S. Donnclle: resided in Francestown, removed from Lowell, Mass. 



( 



68 KINGSBURY CrENEALOGY. 

(x-i-io-67-220-563) J589. 

JOHN LANGDON, son of Jobcpli and Silence (Richards) Kingslniry, liorn March 11, 1810. 

in Franccstovvn, N. H. ; married. . iH.^b. Abigail Hyde, of Francestown. They 

resided at the old homestead until his death, November 24, 1858. She died October 15. 
1880. 

CHILDREN: 

15390. JULIA ANN, born May -'6. 1S37; married, Joseph A. Wheeler, a clothier of Lowell, 

Mass. 

15391. CHARLES, born October 15. 1838; died Jannary 11. 1847. 

15^92. .\LICE MARSH.VLL. bom .April JO. 1840; married Rev. Henry Marden, missionary 
to Marash. Turkey; sailed October 17. 1878; died October 17. 1879, at Kerhan. 
Turkey. 

15393. MARY RICHARDS, born May 31. 1^-44: married. , Edward P. Morgan, of 

New Boston, N. H. 

15394. CHARLES LANGDON. born January 10, 1850; married Belle L. Jones, of Spencer, 

Mass. 

15395. EDWARD NEWELL, born Sepetmber 7. 1853; married Clara \. Coffin, of Newton 

Centre. Mass. 

(.X-1-10-68-221-5W.) J590A. 

JAMES, son of Jonathan and Jemima (Skiiuier) Kingsbury, born October . 1768. in Swan- 

sey, N. H.; married, January 2. 1794. Sarah Cressy (or Cresson). born October 4 
1772. daughter of Thomas. Jr.. and ?ilary (Hill) Cresson. of Swansey. N. H. Re- 
moved to Needham. to New Gilsuni. N. H., to edge of Surrey, returning to Needham, 
where she died. , 1845. He died February. 1852. 

CHILDREN: 

15400A. THOMAS, born . 

15401A. WILLIAM, born December g. 1797, in Surrey; married. January, . 1819. Tem- 
perance Leonard. 

15402A. JAMES, born . 

r5403A. LUTHER, born . 



i5404.-\ 
15405.A 
15406A 
I 5407 A 



DANIEL, born . 

LAUREN, born . 

SALLY, born . 

ELIZA, born . 

(.X-1-10-68-221-566) I590C. 



JOHN, son of Jonathan and Jeiuima (Skinner) Kingsbury, born October 5. 1772. in Newton. 

Mass. : married. . Thankful White, born. 1779. daughter of Benjamin and Lois 

Wright. Removed from New H.impshire to Newton, Mass., where he died February 
14, 18C1. 

CHILDREN: 

15400C, MARY, born November 4. iSco. in Newton, Mass.; married John Ward; died June 
8, 1871. 

15401C. ELIZ.\. born February 13. 1802; died ,'\pril 25, 1807. 

15402C. JOHN WRIGHT, born June 17. 1803; married, first, Louisa Ward; married, sec- 
ond. Elizabeth Lfpham. 

15403C. WILLIAM, born November 14, 1805; died September 28. 1827. 

15404C. BENJAMIN WHITE, born July 13. 1808; married Almira Trowbridge. 

15405C. ISAAC, born October 31. 1810; married Mary Ann Homer. 

15-I06C. CHARLES, born May 25. 1813; married, July 25. 1836, Harriet M. Homer. 

15407C. GEORGE, born February 23, 1816; died January 7, 1821. 

15408C. ANN ELIZABETH, born April 24, 1820; married, , Stephen Ellis, 



SIXTH GENERATION. 69 

(x-i-io-68-22i-56fj) J590J. 

PATTY, daughter of Jonathan and Jemima (Skinner) Kingshury. horn June 6. 17HS, in New- 
ton (or Ncedhani) : married. , Nathan Kingslniry ( ). who died in hospital 

in Charleston. 181 J. She died Septemher 2.i. 1S77. in Connecticut. 

CHILDREN: 

15400J. LYDIA ANN. horn Fehruary 2. 1808; married John Chipnian ; resided in Windh.im 

Conn. She died January 20, 1877. 
15401 J. MARY \V.\Ri:), horn :March jO. 1810. in Windham: die<l Ai)ril 26. 1837. 

(X-1-10-71-244-58Q) J598. 

ABIGAIL, daughter of N;ith:iniel and Mehitahel (Johnson) Kingshury. horn March 6. 1766. 

in Kecne, N. H. ; married. . Ste]ihen White, horn May 11, 1761. in U.xhridgc. 

Mass. They resided in Gilsum. N. H.. wlieri' --he died July 17, 1836. age. 70. and he 



died Octoher 20. 1861. 



Xalluin U'liilr. horn - 

Ira White, born 

Stephen White, born 
Luther White, born — 



ISSUE: 



Stephen White, born . 

Alvin White, born . 

Danford White, born . 

Sylva White, born . 

Syrcna White, horn : married J. M. Rawson. 

Philadelphia White, horn : married Benjamin Corey. 

[Sarins ll'hite. horn . 

(.\-1-10-71-244-589) J600. 

NATHAN, son of Nathaniel and Hannah (Moorc-Ware) Kingsbury, born December 19. 
1771. in Keene. N. H. : married. January 15. 1800. Dorcas Tliomiisou. of Chester, Ver- 
mont. He died November 5. 1843. 

CHILDREN (all Imuu in Chester. Vermont) : 

15500. RHODA. horn December 18. 1801: died November 4. 1856; age. 55. 

15501. IR.'X. born .■Xpril 28. 1804; married. September 14, 1829. Ensebia Perry. 

15502. CLARISSA, born December 18. 1806: died January 10. 1850; age. 43. 

15503. HARRIET, born August 25. 1808; died December. 25. 1825: age, 18. 

15504. N.'\THAN EATON, born Fehruary 26, 1813; died May 7. 1835; age, 22. 

15505. \VILLL\M. born May 10. 1816: married. March 31. 1839, Fanny E. Spring. 

15506. ELI P.VRKER. born September 7, 1818: married. March 10. 1855. Louisa D. 

Melendy. 

(.\-1-10-71-244-589) 1603. 

ABIJAH, .son of Nathaniel and Hannah (Moore-Ware) Kingsbury, horn March 5. 1778. in 
Kccnc. N. H.: married, September (.'\pril?) 12, 1803, .'\bigail, daughter of Deacon 
Abijah Wilder, born July 3. 1775. He was a manuf.acturcr of boots and shoes; resided 
in Keene, N. H. She died November 30. 1856; age. 81. He died, in Keene. N. H.. Oc- 
tober 7, i860 ; age, 82. 



70 KINGSBURY GENEALOGY. 

CHILDREN: 



15530. 



WILLIAM, born June 3. 1804; married Huldah Stone, of Surry; died Septcmlicr 15. 
1880. No children. 

15531. CHARLES J., born December 21, 1805; married, September 16, Ruliy Osgood. 

15532. JOSIAH, born November 6, 1807: married, first, Sarah Baker; married, second, 

Cynthia Baker; married, third, Deblah H. Dickinson; married, fourth, Elvira 
Taft. 
15533- ABIJAH WILDER, boni Septemlicr 13. 1800; married, first, Lovina Locke; second, 
Rhoda Emeline Wood. 

15534. ALBERT, born September ly. 181 1; married Ann E. Lyman. 

15535. JULIA ANN, born June 22, 1813; married Deacon Isaac Rand. 

I553'''- iMARY, born October 9, 1815; married Jonas Parker. Lives in Kcene, N. H. 

15537. GEORGE, born June 24. 1818; married Lydia W. Briggs. 

15538. ABIGAIL MARTHA, born August 12, 1820; married, March 2, 1846, Enoch W. 

Winchester, of Grand Rapids, Mich., where she lives. No children. 

15539. SARAH, born August 8, 1824; married, March 2, 1842, George Rising, one of the 

pioneers of Ossawatomic, Kansas, 1856. Lives in Keene, N. H. No children. 

15540. ELIZ.\BETH, born January 2^^. 1827: married Deacon George P. Drowne. Lives in 

Keene, N. H. 
.-Xijijah and Abigail lived together over fifty-three years. Of their eleven clnblren the 
last was born when she was 51 years and 6 months old. He made and carried on the boot and 
shoe Inisiness until age prevented, five of his boys following the same trade. He was the 
pioneer in introducing religious reading into Cheshire County, being agent from the beginning 
of the "Boston Recorder," "Youth's Companion" under N. P. Willis, "Wellspring," "Ameri- 
can Messenger," "Child's Paper," "Tract Journal," "Child at Home," "Missionary Heralil," 
"Home Missionary," Bible, Tract Society and Sabbath school literature, in which he was 
succeeded by his youngest son, 

(.\-1-10-71-244-589) 1607. 

CYRUS, son of Nathaniel and Rebecca (.Bigelow) Kingsbury, born January 12, 1799. iu 
Keene. N. H. ; married, first, November 24, 1825, Rachel Olcott, of Chesterfield, N. H. ; 
died March 26. 1843; second. March 3, 1846, Olive Willey. They resided in Keene, 

N. n. 

CHILDREN (liy fir-t wife) : 

15570. CYRUS O.. born August 7, 1826. 

15571- W1LLI.-\M HENRY, born September 7. 1827; married, first. Lucretia Betsey Hast- 
ings ; second, Minerva Ann Bigelow. 

15572. R.\CPIEL P.. born March i. 1829. 

15573. GEORGE S., born September 13, 1830. 

15574. ALMIRA L.. born Septemlier 20, 18.32. 

15575. M.ARY R., liorn August 24, 1834. 

15576. HARRIETT P., born March 20, 1836. 
15577- CHARLES W., born August 14. 1838. 

15578. S.M\AH M.. born Septemlier 12. 1840; died /\ugust 12. 1849. 
15579- JOHN S.. born July 8. 1842; died March id, 1843. 

(x-i-io-71-244-591 ) 1620. 

JOEL, son of Deacon Daniel and Nancy (Thurston) Kingsbury, born March 14. 177-^: mar- 
ried. October 9, 1801. Olive .'\d.-ims, of Jaff'rey. He was a farmer, surveyor, and select- 
man for a number of years. She died October 2S. 1820. He died May 18, 1821. 



SIXTH GENERATION. 



71 



15700 
15701 
1570-' 
15703 
15704 
15705 



CHILDRF.X: 

ADAMS, bom December 11, i.Soj; married, .March 7, 1842, Mary llealon. 

JOEL T., born February 1, 1806; died January 14, 1S37. 

OLIVE A,, born October 11, 1808; married Lyman Spear: died April 5. 1861. 

CHRISTOPHER, born April n, 181 1 ; died March 25, 1829. 

.-\S.-\, born .April 18, 1814; died .\up;nst 17, 1815. 

.MARY, born April 8, 1817. 

(.\- 1 -10-71-244-51)1) J622. 



DAVID (Dr.), son of Deacon Daniel and Nancy (Thur.non) Kingslmry. born August 18. 
1776. in Keene, N. H. ; married Delina Bouen, daughter of Elijah Bowen, of Cheshire. 
Mass. He was a physician: moved to Marcellus, N. Y., 1806-7, where he died March 
7, 184; She died November 22, 1858. 



>57-'o 

15721 

'5/22. 

157-2,^ 
15724 



CHILDREN: 

.ALFRED, born November 14, 1805; married. 
LUCRETIA, born Ai:giist 4. 1808: married. - 



— , .Mmira Rice. 
-, Schuyler Moore. 



L.ANSING, born February 16. iSio: married. Frances Montague Soullnvc.rlb. 

J.ANNETTE, born , 1811 : died November 23. 1817. 

L.AUR.A, born N'.vcnibei 28. 1813: m.irried Bancroft Taylor ; resided in .Minneapolis, 
Minn. She died, 1874. He died July 31, 1875. No children. 

15725. DAVID DENM.AN, horn .\pril (j. 1S15; unmarried: went from Marcellus lo .Mar- 

shall, Mich., thence to California, about 1849. became a noted politician and con- 
tractor in building public works. He built the first toll-road over the Sierra Ne- 
vada. He was the builder of several large l)rid.ges. also the projector and builder 
of the wagon road through the Washoe Mountains, called the Kingsbury Grade. 
Died February. 1863. 

15726. ALMERINE 1'.., born April 15. 1817: married Francis M. Clackinton. 

15727. ANN J.ANNETTE, born . i8ig: died September 9, 1822. 

15728. M.ARY .ANGELINE, born October 22. 1824: married, first, H. C. Bunce : .second. 

Hon. Samuel Lennett 

(x-i-io-7i-244-5yr) J625. 

DARIUS, son of Deacon Daniel and Nancy (Thurston) Kingsbury, born November 22, 1782: 
married Esther Mather, of New Hartford, Conn. : was a school teacher and merchant. 
He removed from Keene, N. H., settled in .Shaghticoke. N. Y., between 1800- 1805. as 
school teacher. Lived successively at Manlius. Onondago Hill, and Waterloo. They 
both died at Waterloo, between 1820-1824. 



CHILDRluN': 

. l8o8: married, first, Elizabeth Camp: second, 

— . 1810; married, first, Caroline E, Stone: sec- 



15750. EDWARD M.ATHER. born 

-Sarah Brown. 
i575>- FREDERIC AUGUSTL'S. born - 

ond, Juliet J. Scout. 
15752. M.AR^' Ll^CRETIA. born September 8, 1814: married William Brace, 
'5753- JANE ANN, born , 1816: married Cooke: went to Franklinglon, N. C 

Several children. She died September i" i8,'^o One son. Hon. C. M. Cooke, rc- 

-sides Louisburg, N. C, 

(x-i-io-71-244-595) 1640. 

SAMUEL (Rev.), .son of James and Mary (Walker) Kingsbury, born May 18, 1798: m;irried 
Mary Babcock ; resided in Tamworth. N. H. 



72 KINGSBURY GENEALOGY. 

CHILDREN: 

151)00. JOSLXH, born : died, infant. 

iSgoi. WILLL-\M HENRY (Rev.), born ; ordained in Corinth, Vermont, January 5. 

IS'V2. J.AjMES M., born . 

15QO.V MARY S.. born . 



1590.1. JOSLAH W.. born . 

15905. n.-^RLAN PAGE, bnrn . 

15906. EDWARD PAYSON, born . 

(x-1-10-71-245-602) 1650. 

CYRUS, son of Moses and Thankful 1 ) Kingsbury, born . 1764; grad. Brown 

Univ., 1812; married Annie E. Taintcr; resided in .Alstead. His mother died when he 
was two weeks old, and lie was brought up in Worcester, Mass., by his connections. In 
1778. being then over 14 years of age. chose Noah Haven for his .guardian. They had a 
son : 

i.'iooo. CYRl'S, born . Was a missionary to the Choctaws. 

(.N:-3-ii-73-25g-625) 1833. 

JOHN, .son of Henry and Rebecca (Kent) Kingsbury, born February 3, 1717, in Newbury: 
married, June 5, 1739, Patience, daughter of .Abraham T. and Esther Tappan. daughter 
of Rev. Michael Wigglesworth, author of "Day of Doom." He was a merchant. Died 
m Wiscassett, Maine, 

CHILDREN: 

17S30. H.ANN.AH, born .\pril 22. 1740; married, March 24, 1757. Timothy Pike, of Portland. 
Maine. She died May 22. 1774, and he married, Octnlier iS. 1774. Elizrdxnh Jones, 

17831. MARY, born December 20, 1741, at Newbury. 

17832. EMM.\. born ; married Waite. of Portland. Maine. 

17833. BETSEY, born . 

17834. REBECCA, born December 16, 1746, at Newbury: married Hon. Thomas Rice, doc- 

tor and judge: resided in Wiscassett. Maine. She died .August 19, 1816. 

J/i^.^S- JOHN, born July 3, 1749. at Newbury; married, , Miriam Place. 

17S36. ANN, born : married, first. Rev. Thomas Moore, of Pownalboro, Vermont: 

grad. Har. Coll., 17O9; second. Dalton. 

(.x-3-1 i-73-259-(i26) 1836. 

JOHN, M)n iif Joseph and Patience (Caine?) Kingsbury. I1 irn December 26. 1724. in York, 
Maine: m;irried, .April 22. 1750. Sarah Carlisle. 

CHILDREN: 

17S60. TABITHA. born , 1750. 

17861. JOHN, born , 1753. 

17862. PATIENCE, born , 1755. 

17863. BENJAMIN, born , 1757. 

17864 SARAH, born , 1759. 

17865. JOSEPH, born . 1762. 

17866. MARY, born . 1764. 

17867. HANNAH, born . 1766. 

17868. ABIGAIL, born , 1768. 

I7S6(). TIMOTHY, born , 1771 : resided. Wiscasset. Maine. 



SIXTH GENERATION. 73 

(x-3- II -76-271 -660) 1955. 

ASA, son of Ephraim ami Lydia ( ) Kingsbury, horn Marcli jq. 174J; married. Soplcni 

Ix-r 5. 1748. Elizabctli Pierce. 

CIIII.DREX: 

19050. ZIPORAH. born May 6. 1749. 

19051. JEREMIAH, born June 18. 1751. 

190^2. WILLIAM, born ; died May 15. 1753. 

19053. ROSEL, born : died March 16. 1752. 

(x-3-i 1-76-271-666) 1956. 

RUTH, daughter of Ephraim and Lydia ( ) Kingsbury, born January 15. 1724; married 

July 9. 1744. Edward Spalding. 

ISSUE: 

Asariah S/'alding, born April 17. 1745. 

Sarah Sf aiding, born April 7. 1748; married Stephen Kingsijury (1974). 

(x-3- 1 1 -76-27 1 -666) J958. 

JcDUTHAN, -son of Ephraim and Lydia ( ) King.sbnry. born T743. in Plainficld. Conn: 
his mother appointed his guardian. 1752: married, first. November 14. 1764. Susannah 
Woodward: second. Mary Curtis: third. Grccnleaf. They resided in Plain- 
field. Conn. 

CHILDREN (by first wife) : 

1908a. RUTH, born July 8, 1766. 

19081. JOHN, born Fcbrnary 13. 1768: married, fir.st. Dorothy Leavens; sec<ind. widow 

Ticknor. of Columbia, Conn. 

19082. EZR.A, born February 18, 1770; died January 2i. 1790. 

19083. .KSA. born February 25. 1772; married Sarah P. Swan. 

19084. DUTH.AN, born .May 20, 1775. 

19085. SUS.ANNA. born May 22. 1777. 

19086. LYDL\. born January 9. 1770: died .-\ugnst 5, 1783. 

(x-3-i 1-76-271-669) J974. 

STEPHEN, son of John and ( ) Kingsbury, born December 7, 1735: marl-ied. 

December 10. 1775. Sarah Spalding. He died in Norfolk. Litchfield County. Conn. 



19240. 
1 924 1 
19242 

19243 
19244 

19245 



CHILDREN: 

JOHN, born July 3. 1757. 

T.\RBEL. born February 10. 1759: died February 29. 1760. 

JACOB, born January 21, 1761. 

STEPHEN, born .March 25. 17O3. 

MOLLY, born November 5. 1765. 

JOSEPH, born March 20. 1768; married. . Betsey Hollcnbeck. 

(.X-3-11--6-271-6C9) 1977. 



LEMUEL, son of John and ( ) Kingsbury, born April 4, 1743: married. . .Mary 

Whitney, born January 7. 1743. They resided in Canaan. Conn., and Poultney. V'erinont. 
Both died in Canaan. Conn. He died November 4. 1804. She died . 1817. 



74 



iKINGSBURY GENEALOGY. 



19270. 
19271 
19272 
19-273 
19274, 
19275 
19276, 
19277 



CHILDREN : 

JOSHUA, born February i.^, 176S; married. . Susannah Marsh. 

GEORGE, born January 23. 1770; married, June , Betsey Goddard. 

-ABIGAIL, born February 24. 1772; died August 12. 1776. 

WILLIAM, born June 16. 1774: married, July 22. 1801, .\bigail Sally Marsh, 

AMY, born . 1776; died , 1787. 

LUCY, born , 1778; died , 1786. 

ESTHER, born . 1782; died , 1786. 

MARY, born , 1784; died , 1786, 



(.x-3-ii-76-27i-66()) 1979. 



WILLARD, son of John and 



...^ , ^,„.. „. j.^.... .,..„ — ( ) Kingsbury, born August 26. 1747, in Sailsbury, 

Conn.; married Hannah Lawrence, of Canaan, Conn. He was a farmer. The farm — 
five miles from Salisbury — still known as the Kingsbury Farm. He was in Capt. John 
Stevens' Company at Quebec, and was captured at "The Cedars," May 19, 1776. He 
died in Western New York. 



CHILDREN ; 



19290, 
19291 
19292 
1929.V 
19294, 

19295. 

19296. 
19297. 



married ■ 



-; died prior to 1883. He had a son, John. 



JOHN, born 

JOSIAH, born Septenilier 23. 1771 ; married, November 29, 1792, Altana Fellows. 

LYDIA. born ; unmarried; died aliout 1865, aged over 80. 

ARDON. born ; married ; moved to Elmira, N. Y. ; died prior to 18S3. 

ISAAC, born ; married. ; moved to Michigan ; died prior to 1883. Had 

a daughter, Ann, who married ,t Welkr. and died about 1895. 
HANN.AH, born : married Goodwin; resided in Canaan, Conn.; died 

prior to 1883. -' 

PHILO. born ; moved to Elmira, N. Y. ; died prior to 1883. 

ANDREW, born January 9, 1788; married, first, December 11, 1814, Sally Silsbe; 

married, second. April 15. 1847, Lavinia Price. 



\'olunic \'.. Lineage Book, gives Miss Mary Helen Humphrey. Lineage 4411, a descendant 
of Willard K. 

(x-3-1 1-76-273-683) 2049. 

SAMUEL, son of Oliver and Hannah (Corey) Kingsbury, born ALay 10. 1758; married ; 

resided at Cincinnatus, N. Y. He was a Colonel in the Revolutionary Army. 



CHILDREN 



19990. INIASON. born . 

19991. SALLY, born . 

19992. EUNICE, born . 

19993. SANFORD, born 



-. Cvntliia Baxter. 



married. 



(x-3-1 1-77-274-684) 2061. 



ASA, son of Enhraim and Martha (Smith) Kingsbury, liorn .\pril 7. 1729; married. March 
12, 1756, Sarah, daughter of Christopher Huntington and .\bigail Abel. He was Capt.- 
Lieut. in Continental Armv. 



CHILDREN; 

20110. ASA, born I\Iarch 12, 1758; married, January 30, 1783, Lurena Hartshorn. 

20111. SARAH, born April 8. 1761 ; married, , Dudley Tracey. 

20112. EUNICE, born November 9. 1767; married, , Joshua Griswold. 

20113. LUCY, born June 20. 1771 ; married. . Clark, of Columbia, Conn. 



SIXTH GENERATION. 75 

(x-3-i 1-77-274-684.) 2062. 

ABSALOM, son of Ephraim and Martlia (Smith) Kingsl.my. I.urn Fchruary 13, 1730; mar- 
i-iLcJ, February ig, 1752, first. Rcl)occa Rust; married, second, widow Al)'igaii Wilson 
Resided in Alstead, N. H. ; was member of the House. 1777-1781, from Marlow Surry 
and Alstead, N. H, 

Cllll.DREN (by first wife) : 

20120, ASA (Dr,),born October 10, 1752; unmarried: died. New York, August, 1776; age 
24. Studied medicine with l)r, Einck, of Keene, N, H. ; served in the Revolution- 
ary War, 

2QI2I, EBENEZER, born .March 2, 1755: died, New London, March, 17S5, small-pox, 

20122. J.\.MES, born December 29, 1757; married, first, Fancher : married, second, 

October 4, 1789, Eunice Waldo. 

20123. EPHRAI.M (Lieut,), born September 2, 1759; married, first. Keziah Richardson: 

married, second, Hannah Leonard, .by whom he had six daughters. She died 
, 1826, aged 64. 

20124. M.\RG.'\RET, born Jtme 13. 1761 ; married John Carlton, of Tolland, Conn, 

20125. OB.\DIAH, born ^L^y 3, 1763, in Alstead. N. H. Had three wives. Removed from 

Alstead, N. H.. to Alliens. Ohio. Ho was a millwright and paiier m;mufactiirer. 
Had one son. who was jailer at Cincinnati. Ohio. 

20126. ELISH.A. (.Major), I)orn Feliruary 2, 1770, in .Mstead, N. H. : married Phebc Bcck- 

whh. 

20127. JOSHUA, born ; died, infant. 

20128. AMARL\H. born : died, infant. 

(X-3-11-77-274-O84) 2064. 

OBADIAH, (Dr.), son of Ephraim and Martha (Smith) Kingsbury, born August 2, 1735; 

married, : by industry accumulated a large estate. He died, 1776, They had 

one son : 
20140. D.'VNIEL. born : served in Re\ . .Vrmy with Gen. St. Clair. Left three daugh- 
ters. 

(x-3- 11 -77-274-684) 2065 

IRENE, daughter of Ephraim .-ind Martha (Smith) Kingsbury, born December 15. 1737: 
married Amos Avery. 

ISSUE: 

David (Rev.) Avery, was Cbajilain in Rev. War: was at the taking of Gen. Burgoyne. 

Daniel (Dr.) Avery; married Persis Porter, oh. s.p. ; died 1836-8. 

Amos Avery, born May 22. 1759; married .Vbigail Loomis. born Miiy 17. 1761. died Sep- 
tember 5. 1835. He died. Lenox. N. Y.. September 16. 1837. Had children : 
.\nios. born .-Xpril 30. 1783; l^phraim K., born December 18. 1799; Lewis, born 
February 22. 1S02: Abigail, liorii December 19. 1788: Polly, born March 3. 1791: 
Laura, born October 28, 1793: and Irene, born February 22. 1787, Amos (8), 
married Marcia White, of Coventry: had children: Marilla, Monroe. Francis. 
Amelia, Harriet, Columbus, and Franklin. Irene (8). married Ward Kingsbury, 
and Polly (8) and Lama (8) married one a Goodalc. the other a Slater. 

A:el Avery, married a daughter of Capt. Root : died in Pennsylvania : son Charles, who 
lived in Montrose, Pa. : had .•\niariah rind Chauncey. 



76 KINGSBURY GENEALOGY. 

Jabcc .Ivi-ry, born 17(12: married Lovina Porter; died. Coventry. Novemlier 23. 1X49, 
aged 87. Had children : Lydia. Lovina. Norman. Irene, Jabez. Horatio, and 
Pbebc. Lydia (S) died at Coventry. September 9, 1810. aged 24. immarried ; Lo- 
vina (8) (bed at Coventry, .\pril 24. 18.51. aged 43. unmarried; Norman (8) mar- 
ried Emily Bowe. of Vernon. Conn., died in Coventry. June 4. 1834. ag<?d 45. Had 
daughter Emily and others. Irene (8) died at Coventry. September 12. 1810. aged 
17; Jabez (8) married Esther Hibbard, of Coventry, died at Coventry. December 27. 
1832. aged 38. Had daughters Lydia and Esther. Lydia(9)married Abner Harwood. 
Stafford. Conn. Had children, Ellen and Clayton living in 1880, and have lost five ; 

Ellen (10) married Orson West, of Tolland, Conn. Had children George and ; 

Esther (9) married Walter Goodale. of Rockville, Conn. Horatio (8) married 
Irene Andrus, of Coventry: died. Bristol. Conn.. January 2.),. 1879. 
Had children June and Frances; June (g) married John Macl<. of Bristol. 
Conn. Had children Francis. John, Gcorgiana ; Frances (g) married John Still- 
man, of Hartford. Conn., no children; Phebe (8), born February 9, 1803; married 
John Peck, September, 1827; died at Coventry. November i. 1877. Had children. 
Mary L.. Lydia Maria. Mary Lovina, born April i, 1831 ; married Edwin Spencer, 
of Coventry, September i, 1857. No children; Lydia Maria (9). born July 19, 
1841 ; married Frank P. .\ndre\vs, of Coventry, Conn., .\ugust 27, 1876. Had chil- 
dren John P.. born May 16. 1877; Sarah M.. born October i. 1878. 

.1 iiiaiiali .Iz'i'ry. Iiorn . 

(.X-3-11-77-274-684) 2066. 

EPHRAIM C'Squirc"). son of Epliraini and ( ^lartha Smith) Kingsbury, born March 13, 
1740. in Fraid<lin. Conn.; married. April 13. 1758, Phebe French, of Franklin, Conn, 
born October 5. 1741. and lived together sixty-eight years, lacking a month. He was a 
soldier in the Rev. War. Ensign in the Rhode Island Alarm ; died March 10. 1826. She 
died March 25. 1828. 

CHILDREN; 

20160. ANDREW, born .^pril 24. 1759; married. January 14. 1783. .Mary Osborne. 

20161. OLIVER, born June 13, 1761 ; was a soldier in the Rev. War, and died on liis way 

home, December, 1780. 
zaifiZr- WILLI AM. born February 9, 1764; married. .August, 1788, .Miigail Richardson. 

20163. PHEBE. born March 22, 1766; married. January i. 1784. William Porter. 

20164. JABEZ. born October 22. 1769; married, first. December 10, 1789. Frcelove Utley ; 

married, second. February 4. 1824. Chloe Talcott. 

20165. EPHRAIM. born June 18, 1773; married, .'\ugust 28, 1807. Margaret Pratt. 

(X-3-11-77-274-6S8) 2J00. 

EBENEZER, son of Joseph and Deliverance (Squire) Kingsbury, born May 5, 1739. in Pom- 
fret. Conn.; married. May 24, 1761, Margaret Panet. Resided in Pomfret (?). 

CHILDREN: 

20500. MARGARET, born January 3. 1763. 

20501. ALFRED, born January 7. 1765. 

20502. EUNICE (twin), born Septemlier 5. 1767. 

20503. JOSEPH (twin), born September 5. 1767. 




Luis Richards Porter Kingsbury, 
Born i75g— Died 1814. 




Joseph Kingsbury, 
Born 1753— Died 1S2S. 



/ 



SIXTH c;eneration. 77 

(x-,Mi-77-274-08,S) 2J02. 

SA^fFORD, son of Joseph and Deliverance (Squire) Kingslmry. born Ai)ril -. 1743. in Pom- 
fret, Conn.: married. Jannary Q, 1766. Elizaljeth Fitch, of Claremont. X. H. He grad. 
at Yale Coll., 1763. Early in the Rev. War entered the army as Lieut. ; was afterward 
on staff of Gen. Sullivan, with rank of Lient.-Col. After six years' service he re- 
signed, and was commissioned Major of Militia. For a time was in charge of the Fort 
at Ticonderoga. After the war he settled in Claremont. X. II.. where he died in [S33. 
aged 91. 

CHILDREX: 

20520. ALICE, born . 

20521. ELIEZER. born . 



20522. CHARLES, born ; married and resided in Derby, Vermont; had a large fani 

ily. One son, Emory K.. was livin.cr in Derby, Vermont, 1880. Xumcrous descend- 
ants in Georgia. Texas, and California. 

20523. OLIVE, born . 

20524. ELIZA, born . 

20525. SANFORD. born . 1783. 

(x-3-ii-77-274-68y) 2111. 

JOSEPH, son of Ebenezer and Priscilla (Kingsbury) Kingsbury, born .-Vpril 7. 1753. in Xorth 
Coventry, Conn.: married, first. February 21. 1780. Lois Porter [daughter of Jonathan 
(5) and Lois Richards, son of Jonathan (4) and Sarah Ladd, son of Stanley (3) (first 
town clerk of Coventry) and Thankful Babcock, son of Samuel (2) and Hannah Stan- 
ley, son of John (i) and Rose , to America. 1637, from Kenilworth, Warwick- 
shire, England. Records in England give his descent in sixteenth generation from 
William de La Grande, a Xorman Knight, who came in the army of the Xorman duke 
at the Conquest, 1066, and acquired lands at or near Kenilworth, in Warwickshire. His 
son Ralph (or Roger) became "Grand Porteur" to Henry I. .\. D. 1 120-1 140. from which 
he derived the name Porter]. She died May 20. 1814: married, second. March 18. 181O. 

Sarah Wood, of Scotland. Conn., born . 1774; died December 17, 1843. aged 69, 

ob. s. p. He died April 13. 1828. 

CHILDREX (liy first wife— all born in Coventry) : 

20610. LOIS, born January 14. 1781 : married. Xovember 3, 1805. Ira Lillie. 

2061 1. OLIVER, born June 24. 1782: married, April 28, 1803, Cynthia Wing. 

20612. EUXICE B.^CKUS. born Kiivember 14. 1784; uKirried. Xovember. 1S02, Ebenezer 

Porter. 

20613. W.\RD. born January 10. 1787: married. February 2. 1808. Irene Avery. 

20614. PERSIS, born December 10, 1789; married. May 2, 1813, Ira Lillie, 

20615. ELECTA, born June 9. 1791 : married. .Marcli 8. 1810. Levi Sweelland. 

20616. AIARY, born October 3. 1793; married. May. 1813, Harlan Page. 

20617. ROXAXA. born .\ugnst 5. i/cX): married. September 20. 1815. Daniel Wig-ht. 

20618. RUTH, born .^pril 24, 1798; married, November 26. 1818. Simon Tracy. 

20619. -^DDISOX. born July 5. 1800: married, first. .-Kpril 27, 1830. Emma Little; n;arried. 

second. August 20, 1832, Mary Farrar Price. 

20620. EMELINE, born March 2. 1803; married. September 18. 1826. .Mvin Kingsbury 

(201144). 

(x-,v 1 1-77-274-689) 2112. 

PRISCILLA, daughter of Ebenezer and Priscilla (Kingsbury) Kingsbury, born January 21. 
175(1: married (as second wife), Eleazar Pomeroy, November 25, 1785. He died June 
i6, 181 1. She died Marcli 19. 1841. 



78 KINGSBURY GENEALOGY. 

ISSUE: 

Mary Pomcioy, born April i.^, 1787; married. October 10. 1808. William Talcott ; one 
child. Eleazar Pomcroy Talcott, born . She died April 18. 1846. 

Sibyl Puincroy. born March 2, 1789. in Coventry ; married. September 19. 1809. Ebenezer 
Hunt. .M. D.. l.iorn December 28. 1786. Issue: Ebcncccr Kingsbury Hunt, born 
.\ugnst _'6. 1810; Elrii:cr Pomcmy Uuiit. born June 21. 1814; Mary Elisabeth 
Hunt, born May 9. 1816; Ruth prances Hunt, born July 20. 18,10. 

Isaac Xewton Pomcroy. born March . 1791 : married, tirst. Anna Olmstead Kings- 
bury; married, second. Merrick: third, Lucinda Merrick. Lineage Book, 

Vol. VIII.. shows Lineage 7186 of Mrs. Louise (Pomeroy) Inches, granddaughter 
of Isaac Newton. 

Ebcncccr Pomeroy. born January 17. 1794; married Laura Brewster. He died Febru- 
ary 26, 1866. 

Betsey (Eliza?) Pomeroy. born March 22. 1796; married, first. John Hosmer ; married, 
second, F. J. Barnard. 

Chaunccy Pomcroy. born December 6. 1799: married Mary Ives. 

(X-3-11-77-J74-C89) 2H4. 

EBENEZER (Rev.), son of El>enezer and Priscilla (Kingsbury) Kingsbury, born August 30. 
1762. at Coventry, Conn.; grad. Yale Coll.. 1783; studied theology with his cousin. Dr. 
Charles Backus, of Somers. Conn.: married, first. February 8. 1792, Mary Reynolds, 
born January 19. 1767. died November 6. 1792, ob. s. p.; married, second, February 2, 
1794. Hannah, daughter of Rev. Noah Williston. of West Haven, Conn., born December 
i6. 1770; licensed by the North Association of Hartford. Conn., 1786; ordained June. 
1791. Was first pastor of the Congregational church, Jericho. Vermont, June, 1791- 
May 17. 1808. Then Home Missionary and first pastor of the Congregational church, 
Harford. Pa.. February 10, 1810-September — , 1829, installed August 4, 1810, ten yeara 
after its organization, and only twenty years after the first settler entered the wilderness. 
Call was signed by John Tyler, Caleb Richardson, and Obadiah Carpenter. He preached 
for them half of the time, the remaining half he employed in missionary service, traveling 
on horseback over bad roads and through forests, guided only by the marked trees, 
preaching in log cabins, barns, and wherever he could find a place; but his heart was 
often gladdened by the sight of eager listeners, hungry for the word of life, gathered 
from lowly and distant homes, for the "word of God was precious in those days." Prof. 
Tyler, of Amherst College, says: "It is not easy to exaggerate the value and influence 
of such a minister and his family in such a church and township as Harford. His wife 
was the daughter of a New England pastor. His children born and partially educated 
in New England. His oldest children were teachers in the schools of Harford. The 
whole family was a model of New England culture and refinement, as well as of Chris- 
tian character and life. F.ither. mother, sons.'and daughters were all at once intelligent, 
cultivated, gentle, and noble. Father and sons were gentle men in every sense of the 
word : and mother and daughters belonged to the true nobility. There was something 
remarkably winning about them. The secret of Hon. Ebenezer's success as a public 
man was not so much the superiority of his intellect, the extent of his legal acquire- 
ments, or his knowledge of public affairs, as the integrity of his character, which in- 
spired universal confidence, and the graciousness of his manners and spirit, which won 
universal love. And the family all possessed the same characteristics in an unusual 
degree." He died at Harford. IMarch 22. 1842. aged 80. She died March 23. 18=9. aged 
89. 

CHILDREN (except the youngest, all born in Jericho. Vermont): 

20640. MARY REYNOLDS, born December 29. 1794; married. November 3. 1823. Jabez 
Tvler, of Harford. Pa. 



SIXTH GENERATION. 79 

20641. H.-VNN.AH, born Scptcinlicr ig. 1796; (lic<l at Harford. Pa.. .Vugiisl 18, 1819. lovt-ly 

and beloved. 

20642. NOAH WILLISTON. born October 10. I7<>S; died Septembers, 1822. 

20643. S.AML'EL ELY. born Marcb 14. 1801 ; died February 12. 1832. 

20644. SAR.^H STORRS. born Marcb 14. 1801 : married, November 21, 1838. Rev. Lyman 

Ricbardson. 

20645. EBENEZER. born Jnne 13. 1804: married, November 4. 1829. Elizabetli H. Fuller. 

20646. PAYSON, born October 5. 1806; died November 21, 1807. 

20647. PAYSON. born October 7. 1808: married. September 21. 1837. Xancy Morgan Kings- 

ley. 

20648. JOHN DENISON. born October 12. 1813, at Harford: died Jamiary 14. 1816. 

(x-3- 1 1-77-274-690) 2II9. 

ELEAZER, son of Eleazer and Freelove (Rust) Kingsbury. lK;rn Febrn.iry 14. 1749; married. 
June 17. 1779. .Abigail Hill, liorn Marcb 21, 1753. Lived in Tolland, t.nnn. 

CHILDREN: 

20690. S.ANFORD. born February 22. 1780; m;irried. first. : second. ; ibird. 



20691. ELEAZER. born February 6, 1782; died : consumption. 

30692. HOR.ATIO G.\TES. born March 9, 1785; married Soi)hia Pcoble, near ,\lbany. 

20693. JOHN CLARK, born March 28. 1789: married, first. March 18. 1819. Susannah 

Goodrich : married, second. . 1848. Mrs. Mary Ely. 

20694. RL'SSELL. born October 12. 1792; married, first, October , 1827, Mary Sumner 

Bryant; married, second. October , 1837, Lucy R. Pickett, born , 1814. 

(x-3- II -77-274-690) 2I2J. 

SAMUEL RUST, son of Eleazer and Freelove (Rust) Kingsbury, born February 27. 1754: 
married, .\ugust 13. 1779 (7?). Ruth Steele, born .\pril 29. 1762: died March 16, 1823. 
They resided in Tolland. Comi.. where he died December 9. 1839. 

CHILDREN: 

20710. PEREZE, born October 12. 1778: married, first. . Sophia Field: married, second, 

March . 1816. Mrs. .Anne (Bidwell) Grover. 

2071 1. S.XMUEL, born September 26. 17S2; married. November . 1808. Jemima Chapin. 

20712. POLLY, born June 7, 1786. 

20713. BETSEY, born February 23. 1788. 

20714. RL'TH. born July 7. 1790; married Alvin Benton, of Tolland. 

(x-3-ii-77-274-()()3) 2130. 

DANIEL, son of Capt. Daniel and Abigail (Barstow) Kingsbury, born August 10, 1750: mar- 
ried, 1778, Martha CTalty") .Vdams. born I7.S9, in Canterbury, Conn.: died December 
26, 1846, He died July 29, 1817 Resided in Brookfield, \"ermont. and both buried 
there. 

CHILDREN: 

20800. THOM.AS. born : married. : five children. 

20801. BEL.'\, born . 17!^-': married .Abigail Bottom. 

20802. NATHANIEL, born : married. : no children. 

20803. D.\NIEL. born : married. ; three children. 



8o 



KINGSBURY GENEALOGY. 



(x-yii-77-2y4-6<)6) 2144. 

JACOB (.Col.), snii of XalliauK-1 and Sarah (Mill) Kingsbury, l.nrn Juno 6. 1756; married. 
1779. Sarah Palmer, daughter of Dr. Benjamin Ellis, born June 17. 1774. died Decem- 
ber 16. 1859. He joined the army at Ro.xlniry. 1775. in his i8th year: continued in ser- 
vice of his country till 1815. For thirty years he had not been out of the army for a 
day. He was a gallant officer, and served with high distinction his country faithfully 
in the Revolutionary and Indian Wars. His w^fe was a woman of great energy of 
character, and her life was eventful and full of interest. Soon after her marriage she 
accompanied her husband to the Western Frontier, and was with him during the whole 
period of his military life. She was his valued and cherished companion. 
Heitman's "Historical Register of Officers of the Continental Army, .\pril. 1775. to De- 
cember. 1783. ■• gives his military record: "Jacob (Conn.l, Private and Corporal 8th Conn.. 
July II to December 16, 1775: Sergeant in Continental Reg. in 1776. and in the Conn. Line, 
1777 to 178a: Ensign of Webb's Additional Contintenal Reg.. April 26. 17S0; transferred to 
3d Conn.. January i. 17S1 : retained in Swift's Conn. Reg. in June. 1783. and served to Novem- 
ber 3. 1783: Lieut. U. S. I.. October 15, 17S7; Lieut, ist Inf. U. S. A., September 29. 1789: 
Capt., December 28. 1791 : assigned to ist Sub. Legion. September 4, 1792; assigned to ist 
U. S. .\. Inf.. November i. 1796: Major 2d Inf., May 15. 1797: Lieut.-Col. 1st Inf., .April 11, 
1803; Colonel, .August 18, 1808; Col. Insp. Gen., .\pril 8, 1813, to October 31. 1814; honorably 
discharged June 15. 1815. Died July i. 1837.'' 



20940. 
20941 

20942 
20943, 

20944 
20945 
20946, 
20947, 



ELIZA ROXANA. b..rn 



CHILDREN: 
- : died, infant. 



(1. May 25, 1830, Julia An- 



: married, - 
December 



JAMES "WILKINSON, born September 28, iSoi 

toinette Cabanne. 
JL'LI.A. .ANN ELLIS, born November 2, 1804 
THOMAS HUMPHREY CUSHINC, b..rn 

Prudence Ray Stanton. 
WILLIAM EUSTIS, born November i, 1809: married, 
BENJAMIN ELLIS, born September 2,^. 1812. 

SARAH HALL, born July 20. 1815; unmarried; died February 10, 1840. 
CH.ARLES ELLIS, born ; unmarried: was Lieut. 2d Reg. V. S. Dragoons 

died June 9. 1837. at Fort Mellen, East Florida. 



— Asa Hartshorn. 
180(1: married Caroline 

— Moore. 



(.x-3-ii-77-274-69(J) 2147. 

JOHN, (Hon.). son of Nathaniel and Sarah (Hill) Kingsbury, liorn December 30. 1761, in 
Norwich, Conn. : married, November 6, 1794, ^tarcia, daughter of Stephen Bronson, 
of Waterbury, Conn. She died March 21, 1813, He graduated Yale Coll,, 1786, Litch- 
field Law School, 1790: settled in Waterbury. 1791. where he practiced law. From 
1796-1813 was elected seventeen times to State Legislature, In 1801 was appointed to 
fill the vacancies of the Probate and County Courts: was judge of Probate till 1S34: 
Pres. Justice of County Court till 1820. He died .August 26. 1844. aged 82. 

CHILDREN: 

20970. CHARLES DENISON. born November 7. 1795: married. March 5, 1821, Eliza 

Leavenworth. 

20971. JULIUS JESSE BRONSON. bom October 18. 1797: married, first. ; married. 

second, : married, third, June 19, 1S2S. Clara Jane Stebbins. of New York 

City. 

20972. JOHN SOUTH MAYD, born November 18. 1801: married, June 25, 1827, .Abbey 

Hayden. 

20973. SAR.AH SUS.ANNA, born November (1, 1807: ni:irried \\'illiam Brown. 



SIXTH GENERATION. 8i 

(x-3-ii-77-275-0(j7) 2154. 

EUNICE, (laughtLT cif John ami Dtliorah (Spauldiiit; ) KiiiKsbiiry, ]>oru Fcljruary 17, 1733; 
married John Marshall, lie ilud 1730; age, 31. 

ISSUE: 
Dcbiinih Marshall, horn June J6, 1755. 
Julin Marsliall. horn Jnne 12, 1757. 

(X-3-II-77-275-69S!) 2J6I. 

NATHANIEL, son of Nathaniel ami Sarah ^Chapnian) Kingslnny. born ; marricfl 

Sarah Dorchester, of Tolland. Conn. 

CHILDREN: 

-MHO. CLARISSA (rjr SABIAL born : married Jonathan Sibley. 

21 1 1 1. SARAH, born : married Willis Gilbert : resided. Ellington. Conn. 

(x-3-it-77-275-6i>S) 2J62, 

JABEZ, son of Nathaniel and .S.irah (Chapman) Kingshnry. born March 10. 1756. in Tolland. 
Conn.; married Anne Hatch, horn .'-•epteniher 18. 175'). died Jnne 12. 1S42, aged 83. He 
died March 25. 1844, aged 88. 

CHILDREN: 

21 120. S.\R.AH, born ; iiiarrieil , Ebcnezer Reed. Lssl'e: Harriet Rrcil. 

born November 29. 1796. 

21 121. SABRINA. born : married. . Moseley Talcott. of .Marlboro, since of Glas- 

tonbury. Issue: Seven children. 

21 122. JOHN, born October 28. 1782; married, first. Novemlier i. 1804, Sally Dymock : mar- 

ried, second, November r, 1821. Sally Edgerton ; third. Septeml)er i. 1825. Mary 
Brigham. 

(x-3- 11-77-275-698) 2J64. 

SAMUEL, son of Nathaniel and Sarah (.Chapman) Ivingsbnry. horn Febrnary 2. 1763: mar- 
ried, first. Jnne 3. 1789. Mary Benton, born September 18. 1772. died June 19. 1841 : 

married, second, . of Ware. Mass. They resided at Langdon, N. H.. and Amherst. 

Mass. He died September 27. 1851. 

CHILDREN: 

21 140. HANN.\H. liorn March 17. i7c)o: unni.irried : died September 5. 1871, in Ware. 

Mass. 

21141. BETSEY, born .\ngiist 14. 1701; marrieil. . 1S40. Solomon (jilbert. oh. s. p.. 

July 31. 1841. 

21142. C-\N1).\CE. born January 31, 1794: married. . N. Miller ('or Mellen) ; died 

July 4. 1840; descendants live in .Maine. 

21 143. NATHANIEL, born .April 9. 1796: married. . Einiice Dow. 

21144. SAMUEL, born May 24, 1798: married. October . Mary Nnlting. 

2it45. ENOCH, born April 2t. 1800: married. November i. 18,10. Fanny R. Goodwin. 

21146. IR..\. born September 20. 1802: died May 17. 1803. 

21 147. M.ARV. born .April 13. 1804: unmarried: died November 7. 1856. 

21148. BENJAMIN, born May 28. 1806: died Jnne 2, 1806. 

21 149. CAROLINE, born February 11. i8o8: died April 12. 1810. 

21150. LVM.AN. born November 26. 1810; married, first. May 12, 1835, Roxana Pease; sec- 

ond, May 12. 1846, Eliza Treadway. 

21 151. ANN M.-^RLA, born May 4. 1813; married. , Guy Merrill. 



82 KINGSBURY GENEALOGY. 

(x-3-ii--7-^75-700) 2174. 

HANNAH, daughter of Simon and Delia (Cady) Kingsbury, baptized. March 26, 1747, in 
ElHngton (East Windsor) : married. July 16, 1770. Amos Cady. She died November 
7. 1786. 

ISSUE: 

Seven children, one of whom was Russell Cady, born June 12. 1777: lived on the old 
farm at Vernon. Amos Cady married as second wife Esther Edwards, of Kent, Pa., 
born , 1756. 

(.X-.3- 1 1-77-275-700) 2175. 

JOSEPH, (Dr.), son of Sinmn and Delia (Cady) Kingsbury, born , 1756; married 

widow Roxana Wadsworth, born April 20, 1753; died in Ellington, where they lived. 
March 5. 1820. He died August 29. 1822 ; age. 66. 

CHILDREN: 

21250. SOPHIA, born : married Judge John Hall, of Ellington. 

21251. JOSI AH ALLEN, born ; married. . Betsey Ryan, 

(x-3-11-77-275-701) 2J79. 

NATHANIEL, son of Jabez and Mary (Phelps) Kingsbury, born October 4, 1751; married 
Asenath Daggett, of Andover. Conn. 

CHILDREN: 

21290. .\LLEN. born February 9. 1779: married. December 26. 180^ Betsey Coleman. 

21291. WEALTHY, born October 24, 1783; married Zachariah Cone, of Hebron, Conn, 

21292. ASENATH, born October 17, 1785; died, aged 20. 

21293. JABEZ. born October 9-19, 1788; married. February 15. 1815, Fanny Davenport. 

(x-3-11-77-275-701) 2J8I. 

JOSEPH, son of Jabez and Mary (Phelps) Kingsbury, born February 23. 1755; married. 
.\pril 10. 1783. Ruth Benton. He died September 27. 1835. aged 80, in .\ndover. Conn. 

CHILDREN: 

21310. SOPHIA, born July jy. 1784; married Deacon Willard Hutchinson, 

21311. BETSEY, born October 10. 17S5 (February 16. 1786) ; died June 3. 179+ aged 8. 

21312. MARY, born November 16. 1787: married Daniel Burnap as his second wife. 

21313. WILLI.\M. born .'Vugust 3. 1789; married Susan Reynolds. 

21314. JOSEPH, born July 19. 1791; married, first. . 1827, Amelia Reynolds ; married. 

second, .-^pril . 1854. Mrs. Sarah (Reynolds) Vorra. 

21315. HARVEY, born December 17. 1794; married, April 7. 1824. Polly Wright. 

21316. ROYAL, born July 4. 1798; married. April , 1828. Emily Foote. 

(x-3-1 1-77-275-704) 2194. 

PRUDENCE, daughter of Deacon Joseph ami Mary (Lo.imis) Kingsbury, born January 11, 
I74t); married. December 2. 1767. Capt. .\llyn Stillnian. born about 1732; resided in 
Wethersfield. afterwards removed to Enfield. Conn. She died August 28, 1788, aged 42, 
He died July 20, 1803. 

ISSUE: 

Mary Stillman, born October 19. 1768, 

Samuel Allyn Stillman. born .August 1, 1778; married Mabel Treat. 

Prudence Stillman, born May 29, 1782. 



SIXTH GENERATION. 83 

(x-,3-l 1-77-275-704)2195. 

LEMUEL, son of Deacon Joseph and Mary (Looniis) Kinsslnny. born November 11, 1752; 
married, December J,i. 177,^ AHce Terry. Resided in I'.nfield, Conn. He died Sep- 
tember 14, 1846. 

CHILDREX: 

21450. JOSEPH, born .May ly. 1774; married. Fel)rnary I, 1797. .Anna Spanldlng. 

21451. ALICE, born November ,1. 1775; married. May 13. 1798. Benjamin Ellis. 

21452. LEMLIEL, born Septemlier .?. 1777; married. November 2. 1801. Ihddali Terry. 

21453. MARY, born Jnne 18. 1779: married. . Jedediah Hills. 

21454. HENRY, born .Angnst 8. 1781 : nnmarricd ; died December 9, 1841. 

21455. HOR.\CE. born December 2,%. 1783: unmarried; died .Vugnst 27. 1830. 

21456. SOLOMON, born January 4. 1787: married, first. Bushna Pease (Reed?); married. 

second, Caroline. ; resided Painesville. Ohio. 

21457. PRUDENCE, born January 6, 1789; married. . .\lpheus Pease. 

21458. NANCY, born May 14. 1793; married, first. Moses .\llen ; married, second. Jonathan 

Sanborn. 

21459. BETSEY, born March 8. 1795; died October 20. 181 [. 

(x-3- 1 1-77-275-705) 2J96 

SIBYL, daughter of Denison and Lydia (Jones) Kingsbury, born ; married. , 

Eleazer Pomeroy. who died June 16. 181 1. 

ISSUE: 

Sterling Pomcruy. born , 

Eleazer Pomeroy, born . 177 — : married. ; died July 28. 1867. 

Wcallhy Pomeroy, born October 4. 1778; married. January i. 1799. Dr. Samuel White. 
Eleazer Pomerc-iy (6) married for his second wife Priscilla Kingsbury (2112). 

(x-3-i 1-77-275-705) 2198. 

EUNICE, daughter of Denison and Lydia (Jones) Kingsbury, born : married. . 

Dr. Nathaniel Olmstead. 

ISSUE: 
Xatlhiiiicl OliiisteiHl. a jeweler in New Haven, Conn; was married; had several chd- 

dren, 
Denison Olmstead. a Professor in Yale Coll.; married: had several children; sons 
all ob. s. p., except his youngest. Lucius, who married, first. Jessie, daughter of 

Thaddens Sherman, of New Haven, Conn. ; married, second. Merriam. of 

Springfield. Mass. Had children. 

(x-3-ii-77--'75-705"» 2199. 

HANNAH, daughter of Denison and Lydia (J.)ncs) Kingsbury, born : married. Jnne. 

1777. Adonijah White. 

ISSUE; 

L\<dia White, born . 



Xaney Ann White, born 

Sarah White, born 

Gardiner ]Vhite, born — 



Lemuel While, born : lived in Wisconsin. 

George White. M.IK, born ; lived in Lansingburg, N. Y. 

Sibyl White, born . 

Adonijah White, born ; died, infant. 

Adonijali White, born . 



84 KINGSBURY GENEALOGY. 

(X-.M1-77-J75-705) 2204. 

LEMUEL, son u£ Denison and Lydia (Jones) Kingsbury, born : married. . 1790. 

Lois Hutcliinson, of Hebron, Conn. Tbey moved, not long after their marriage, to 
Franklin. Delaware County. N. Y., then to Cazenovia. then to Sangerfield, Oneida 
County, where they were living in 1801. again going to Cazenovia. >L-idison County, 
where they resided for many years. 

CHILDREN: 

21540. DENISON. born ; died, aged 14. 

21541. FRANCES, born ; married Stanton Park, of Waterville. N. Y. 

21542. HARRIET, born ; married Benjamin T. Clarke, of Cazenovia, N. Y. 

2154.^. ELECTRA. born ; married, first. H9race Munson, of Cazenovia. N. Y.. and 

nine years after his death, married, second. Philip FHnt. of Fayettevillc, N. Y. 

21544. M.^RY, born ; mimarried. 

"All of the above have departed this life, as we believe, to one more joyful." 

(x-,5- 1 1 -77-275-706) 2205. 

DOROTHY, daughter of Lemuel and Dorothy (Roberts) Kingsbury, born : married 

Hon. Josiah .\llen as his second wife. Resided in Worcester, Mass. 

ISSUE: 

'! Iiomas Allen, born . 

Anne Allen, born . 

Junu's Allen, born ; died, infant. 

Saintiel Allen, born . 

IVilliam Allen, born , 

Elisobcth Allen, born July 4. 1790. 

George Allen, (/^ci'. ). born February i, 1792: married Pitkin. 

Mcria Allen, born . 

CluJiles Allen, born .August . 1797: member of Congress. 1849-1853; Judge of Sup. 

Court Mass., i860. 

Charles Allen, born . 

Jmnes Allen, born . 



CHILDREN (first wife) : 

Joseph Allen, born : was a lawyer. 

Ann Allen, born . 

(x-3-i 1-77-275-706) 2206. 

ELIZABETH, ilaughter of Lemuel and Dcir(jthy (Roberts) Kingsbury, born ; mar- 
ried, first, Elisha Pitkin; second, Alden. of Enfield. Conn. She had one daugh- 
ter, who married Rev. George Allen. 

(x-,vn-78-28i-735l 2233. 

JONATHAN, son of Jonathan and .\higail (Holt) Kingsbury, born .\pril 25. 1745; married 
first, Januar.v 14. 1768. Annie Geer. who died October 2^. 1773. aged 28; second. Lo- 
demia Ransom, who died March 24. 1818. aged 6.^. He was a graduate Yale Coll., 1767' 
a farmer, living in Hampton (Windham Vdlage). Died Septenilier 25. 1802. 

CHILDREN (by first wife) : 

21830. .'iNNIE. born November 21. 1768: married, . Thomas Rindge. 

21831. LORA. or LALTRA. born September 8. 1771 ; married Lemuel Hammond. 
21S32. MARY, or MERCY, born October 9, 1773; died May 18, 1774. 



vSIXTII GKNERATION. 85 

CHILDR1-:X (liy sccoiul wife;: 

21833. ARTEMISIA, born June 15, 1776; married. , Wallis. or Wallace, of Ellington. 

21834. RHOD.\, born Marcb 31, 1778; married. , Jobn Tweedy. 

21835. LODEMIA. born February 24. 1780; married Nettleton. 

21836. ANN.\, or .\MV, born .A.ugust 13. 1782: married Robert Dnrkee. or Durgin. 

21837. LEWIS, born Marcb 5. 1785; iinm.irried : died in Coldwater, Michigan. 

21838. LESTER, born May 27. 17S7. 

21839. RANSOM, tern Marcb 10. I78<j. 

21840. JONATHAN. Lnrn .Xpril 15. i7gj. 

(X-3-11-7S-2S1-735) 223S. 

MARY, daughter of Junathun and Hannah (Clark) KinR.-ibury. born .April 24. 1760; married 

Josiah Brown, born . 1757. Liveil in Coventry. Conn. She died June 27, 1797. 

aged 37. A second wife was Moll> . died February i. 1S3S. aged 64. 

ISSUE: 

Joiialihin C. Brown, born . 

Hannah Bro-wn, born ; ni.irricd, .Vpril 21, 1806. Duthan .'\very. born February 

15. 1780; died November i. 1SO2. Slie died December 16. 1863. Their children: 
Intant. born February 5. 1808. died February C. 1808; Lydia M.. born October 8. 
1810. died December 14. i8,!6; Josiah B.. born May 6. 1813 di.d November 3. 1880: 
Anna E., born .-Vpril g. 1S16. 

Seldi Broivn. born : married Dunham. 

Zolva Biozi'ii. born : married. December 14, 1814. Mary Wliile. He died Janu- 
ary 27. 186S. Cliildrcn: Mary Kingsbury, born September 27. 1815; George Oliver, 
bom August 7. 1819. killed at the Conn. State Prison. Novcnil)er ifi. 1S40: Emclinc 
Francis, born May 7. 1823: Catherme Porter, born July 22. 1S24: Walter Clark. 
born October 14. 1830. 

Josiali Biincn. born : married. . Sallv Wales. 



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J* jt ^st 

SEVENTH GENERATION. 
.* ^ii ^f* 



SEVENTH GENERATION. 

Cx-i-9-65-20j-4.(()^.S-,S ) 8280. 

AMHERST, son of Samuel and Kingsbury, horn ; married . They had 

one son : 
<Sj300. GEORGE W.. born ; resided. W'ashinslun. C'uswell Cnunly. llbnois. 

(x-i-9-65-20.V436-<S7,S) 8282. 

SAMUEL, son of Samuel and Kingsbury, horn : married, first, Emma B. 

Adams; second. March 27. 1S36. Phcbe Spalding, born February 20. 1809. He died in 

1X55. 

CHILDREN (by first wife) : 

823m JOHN HENRY, born , 1830; died, inf.int. 

82321. JAMES ADAMS, horn July 24. 1831 ; married, . Mary Jane Saxe. 

(By second wife) : 

82322. JOHN HENRY. 1)orn , 1844; banker. Brockport, N. Y. 

(x-i-q-65-203-4,W-8Q2) 8420. 

SETH, son of Solomon and Rebecca (Smith) Kin.sjsbury. born August 14, iSoi, in Pockcrs- 
ficld, N. H. (now Roxhury) : was Selectman 18 years, in General Court 3 years; mar- 
ried, first, >i[arch 21, 1S31, Rachel Wood1)ury, horn M;iy 5. 1805. in Beverly. Mass.. died 
June 5, 1842. in Roxhury: married, second. Sepleniher 6. 1843. Lois Brahrook. of Marl- 
boro. N. H.. horn August 2.S. 1811, in .Xclnn. .Mas-., Th.e children were all born in 
Roxliury. N. H. 

(By first wife) : 

83700, RUF.L HUBB.VRD. horn Felirnary 1(1, 1832: unni,irricd ; a fanner; lived in Kecne, 

N, H, : a soldier fifteen nvintli^ with I'erdan Sh.arp Shooters; came home disa- 
bled. 

83701, ERASTUS HERVEY, born March j:^. i8.u: unmarried; lived in Concord. N. H,. 

before he enlisted in the 47th Mass. Vol, ; died at Buffalo. N. Y,. .August 19. 1863, 

83702, ELLEN MARIA, born Eehrnary 13. 1836; married July 12. i860. 

83703- GEORGE SOLOMON born J:muary 15. 1838; unmarried; in tlie army with the ir>lh 
\'ermont Vol.; Selectman of Sullivan two years; farmer and lumbering, 

S3704. ELBRIDGE, hori; Seplenilier 18. 1839; unmarried; farmer and slock dealer; was 
drafted for the :irniy. paid $300: Selectman. Roxhury. 12 years; town clerk. 4 
years; teacher, 6 ternl^ ; (ieneral Court, 2 years, 

83705. CHARLES SETM. h.,rn July 25. 1841 : died October 5. 1848, 

( By second wife) : 

8.3706. BETSEY RACHEL, born October ^\. 1844; died .September 27. 1848. 

83707. ADA ESTELLA, horn October 30, 1848; m.urieil, June 10. [871. Wallace W. Hough- 

ton. 

83708. LOIS REBECCA, horn December 2^1,. 1850; married, March 31. 1875. Wallace W, 

Houghton, 

(89) 



90 ' KINGSBURY GENEALOGY. 

(x- 1 -9-65-203-439-898 ) 848J. 

BENJAMIN, son of Benjamin and Martha (Starr) Kingsliury. born July 17. 1813. in Boston, 
Mass. : married Susan H. Bnrnham. Resided in Portland. Maine. Has been member 
of Alaine Legislature. Mayor of Portland. Maine, several years, and twice has been 
elected Judge of Municipal Court for terms of four years each. Lawyer, editor, and 
Custom House officer. 

CHILDREN: 

84310. M.ARTHA A. born : married Charles H. Carr. a printer. 

8431 1. SUSAN B., born September, 1837; married Edgar Bare-in, third S(Mi of Ransford and 

Mary Dickson Baldwin, born February 22, 1830; lived in Solomon City, Kansas, 
children: (i) Eliza, born September 10, 1832, married James Ladd ; (2) R. Fred- 
erick, born July 10, 1834; (3) Oscar, born March 8, 1838; (4) David, born April 

3. 1842. 

84312. ANNA M. C. bnrn : married Rev. L. G. Jordan, who was afterwards a 

lawyer. 

( X- 1 -9-65-203-439-898 ) 8483. 

Samuel, son of Benjamm and ^L^rtha (Starr) Kingsbury, born September 9, 1818: mar- 
ried, first, Cynthia Bassett : married, second, Cyrene Gurney ; married, third, Rachel 
. Lived in Waldo, Maine, He was a Selectman 21 years, and member of the Leg- 
islature several years. 

CHILDREN (by first wife) : 

8-1330. CYNTHIA, born ; married her maternal cousin, N. Gurney. 

S4331. MARIA, born ; married B. Hatch, oh. s. p. 

( X- 1 - 1 0-67-2 1 9- 559- 1 559 ) J5090. 

CAROLINE URANI\, daughter of Benjamin and Cynthia (Wilder) Kingsbury, burn May 

I, 1812, in Rindge, N. H. ; married. . Chester Nash, born November 23, 1804, in 

Cummington, Mass.; died May 11. 1870. in Wclshfield, Ohio, where she died January 

II. 1900. 

ISSUE: 

Hdzcin Clicstcr Xash. horn February 15, 1834: resides. i^Iantua Sta., Ohio. 

Harriet .linclia Nasli. born December 7. 1835. 

Catherine Jcdidah Xasli. born September 6. 1837; married. . Carter; resides Shell 

Rock, Iowa. 
Cy»//n'H A' ;'».i,'.s6»r_v A'(j.y/i. born December 21. 1839: married. , O. S. Farr ; resides, 

Tampa. Florida. No children. 
Cliarles Torrey Xasli. born .\ugust 5, 1850. 

(x- 1- 10-67-219-559- 1559) J5091. 

JEDIDAH, daughter of Benjamin and Cynthia (Wilder) Kingsbury, born August 17, 1813, in 
Rindge, N, H. : married, , Prentice J. Reed; died in Chatham, Iowa. She died 



ISSUE; 

Cyriix J. Reed, born ; resides, Washington, D. C. 

Samuel A. Reed, born . 

Benjamin K. Reed, born . 

Carrie L. Reed, born . 

William Reed, born . 



Era M'. Reed, born ; resides. St. Louis, 'Mo. Botanical Card 



SEVENTH GENERATION. 91 

(x-i-io-6--_'i9-55Q-i55<)) J5093. 

JOSEPH ADDISON, son of Benjnmiii p.iul Cynlliia (VViUU-r) Kiii<;sliury. born February 13. 

uXiS. m Kiiulgc. N. H. ; married, first, : married, second, Elizabeth Abell ; died 

October I, 1880. in Salt Rivir, Michigan. Tliey bad one son: 

1.^04,10. JOHN P., born ; resided. Salt River, Michigan. 

(.\- 1 -10-67-2 19-559- 1559) 15094. 

BENJAMIN, son of Benjamin and Cyntbia CWilder) Kingslmry, born February 14, i8jo, in 

Welsbfield, Ohio; married, first, , Lucy Ann Pope: died January X 1866, in .\u- 

burn. O. : married, second. FJipli,i Rcbins. He died .August i, 1879, in Orwell, Ohio. 

CHILDREN (by first wife) : 

150440. ARISTL'S AUSTIN, born Se])lcmber i, 1845, in Troy, Ohio; married, Marcli 29, 

1866. Mary J, Mayhew. 

(By second wife) : 

150441. HATTIF. E.. l.iorn : m.-irried, , Ladd. 

( \--1-10-67-219-559-1559) 13096. 

LOUISA A., daughter of Benjamin and Cyntbia (Wilder) Kingsbury, born October ,?. 1824. in 

W'elshfiekl, Ohio; married, , Horace Norton; died May 21. i8f>6, in Meadville. 

Pa. She died . 

ISSUE: 
H. B. Norton, born ; married. , William Metcalf ; resides in Chardon, Ohio. 

(X-1-10-67-219-559-1559) 15097. 

HENRY M., son of Benjamin and Cynthia (Wilder) Kingsbury, born August 7. 1826, in 
Welshfield, Ohio: married, at Ripon, Wis., March 7, 1851, .Ann E. Tusten. of Berlin. 
Wis. Resided, 1881. Quincy, Cal.. where he built a large hotel, and subsecpiently en- 
gaged in farming. 

CHILDREN: 

150470. ALICE M.ARI.X. born May 19, 1852; married ; resided, Quincy. Cal., 1881. 

150471. CLARA ELIZABETH, born October 18, 1854; married . 

150472. CALVIN WILDER, born May ,?. 1857. llei.gbt, 6 feet, 2'/. inches; weight, iSo lbs. 
i,W47.5. HATTIE EUDORA. born March 16, 1865. 

( X- 1 - 10-67-2 1 9-559- 1 559 ) 15098. 

MARIA CYNTHIA, daughter of Benjanim and Cynthia (Wilder) Kingsbury, born March 

19, 1829, in Welshfield, Ohio; married, , Jason R. .Vrter, born in Salineville. Ohio: 

died, .April 1, 187.^, in Oil City. Pa. 

ISSUE: 

U'iiiticlri S. Arlcr. liorn : married. January 4, 1887, Lydia Vv'illington Rcrgcr, 

daughter of William H. Berger, of Pittsburgh, Pa, Three children: (i) Jane, 

born , 1SS9: (2) Virginia, born , 1891 ; (3) Caroline, born , 1893. 

died 1896, Resides in Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Charles Artcr, born ; married . 

Mrs. Arter resides with her son Charles, in Kirkwood. Neb. 



§2 KINGSBURY GENEALOGY. 

(x-i-io-67-2i9-55q-i5(i3) 15131. 

BENJAMIN BARNES, son of N:itharii<.-1 and Lydin (Barnes-Patten) Kingsbin-y. widow of 
Jesse Patten, born May 15. iS.V- i" Temple. N. II. : married,. Jime 20, 1862. Sarah R., 
datighter of Rev. Fred Freeman, of Sandwich, autlior of History of Cape Cod; grad. 
Bowdoin Coll., 1857; Ad. Prof. Greek and Latin, St. Charles (Mo.) Coll., 1857- 1858; 
St. Paul's, Palmyra, 185S-1860, Prof. Greek and Latin; grad. Harvard Law School, 
1861, F. L. B. ; admitted to Bar in Boston. 1862: in San Jose, Cal., 1863-1865; in St. 
Charles. 1865-1876; six ye.irs Circuit Attorney iQth Judicial Circuit; U. S. Commis- 
sioner and practice, in St. Louis. Removed to Defiance, Ohio, about 1S80, 

CHILDREN: 

150810. NATHANIEL, born July 10, 1S65 ; died July 20, 1866. 

150811. ELIZABETH, born July 10, 1865: unmarried: resides, Gottingen, Germany. 
[50812. ANNIE MAUDE, born July 22, 1868; died February 12, 1889, at Buchtel College. 
15081,^ BENJ.XMIN FREEM.A.N, born November 18, 1872; is Asst. Prof, of Histology and 

Microscopy in Cornell University; grad. of Buchtell Coll., 1892. 

(x- 1- 10-67-219-560- 1 568) 15180. 

GEORGE HARVEY, son of George Washington and Eliza (Brown) Kingsbury, born ; 

married, Sarah J. P'lympton, and resided in Walpole, Mass. They had one son: 
rsijoo. ROBERT EUGENE, born , 1875. 

(X-1-10-67-219-561-1576) 15262. 

REBECCA, daughter of Nathaniel and Lucy (Ellis) Kingsbury, born February , 1801 : 

married Samuel Campbell, who died September, 1867, in Mt. Vernon, N. H. She died 
July 25, 1878. 

ISSUE: 

.•\ daughter, who died in Mt. Vernon ; age. 22. 

ll'illiiiiii H. CumfhcU. born . 1834; married Nellie Wing, in Grafton; ti-.ey have 

twii children, and live in Elizabeth, New Jersey. 

(X-1-10-67-2T9-561-1577 ) 15270. 

BENJAMIN, (Capt.). son of Benjamin and Sarah (Brigham) Kingsbury, born March 24, 
171)0, in Grafton, Mass.; married. November 16, 1825, Hannah, daughter of Deacon 
.Mbert Stone, born May 2,^, 1804, died May 27, 1872. Resided in Grafton, where he 
spent his "life within a range of a mile from the spot where he died, January 23, 1881, 
aged 82. He was among the oldest, best known, and respected citizens of his native 
town. His father died when he was but five months old. By his father's marriage, as 
well as his own, he was connected with some of the oldest and most influential families 
of his town. In many respects he was a man of more than ordinary notice. He was a 
many-sided man. In his earlier years he was actively engaged in farming pursuits, and 
later in the milling business. On his father's side he was allied to one of the heroes 
of the Revolutionary War, his grandfather being Paymaster in a regiment of the Army 
of the Revolution. Capt. Kingsbury represented his town in the General Court, had 
held almost every town ofiice, was well known in the former part of this century for 
his musical talents, having plaved in the old tueeting house the first double bass viol 
ever played in the town; his interest in music was maintained up to his latest years; he 
was a man of wide and varied reailing. lieing particularly interested in historical research. 
His memory was remarkably tenacious and reliable; so well posted was he in the af- 
fairs of his town, that he was referred to with confidence upon any question of fact ni 
its history. Taking from his ancestors tlieir patriotic fervor and love of military tactics, 
he was chosen Captain of the prominent military organization of his town, retaining his 



SEVENTH CENICRATION. 93 

title till the day of his death. For forty years he was a consistent and helovcd niemher 
of the Evangelical Congregational Cliurch. After the death of his wife, with whom he 
hved forty-seven years, he passed his days in qnict comfort in the home which he had oc- 
cnpied for twenty-five years, tenderly cared for hy his children. Thus has passed away 
one of the oldest and lumorcd citizens of the i.uvn, a living link hctwecn the present 
and the past, whose character and service li.ad won and maintained the esteem and con- 
fidence of all who knew him." 

CHILDREX: 

152200. SARAH, born February 9, i8j;; died January 30. 1832. 

152201. JULIA LOREN.-\. born .May 10, iSjS: died January 29. 1832. 

152202. ALBERT BENJAMIN, born February 28, i8,?o; married, February 22. 1859. Sarah 

A. Fillebrown. 

152203. HENRY NATHANIEL br.ru December m. 1.S32; married. July 3. 1873. .\nnK- J. 

Morey. in Titusville. Pa, Lived in I'.radlord, Pa.; was an oil producer; re- 
sided. Newton. Mass 

152204. WILLL\.M BRIGH.\M. born April 24, 18.55: died December 19, 18.?/. 

152205. HANNAH STONE, born July 18. 18.?; ; died January 9. 1844. 

152206. LYMAN ELLIS, born July 17. 1841 : married. June 6. 1864. .\nnelle R. Brown, 

152207. CHARLES ELBRIDGE, born December 7, 1843: ni;,rried. September 11. 1874, 

Nannie M. Kampen. 

152208. HORACE ALFRED, born Novciul)er i(), 1845: unmarried: has mining interests in 

New Mexico. 

152209. EDWARD MARTIN, born July 16. 1854: grad. H. C. : on editorial staff of the 

New York Sun. 

( .X- 1 - 10-67-220-563- 1 582 ) 15320. 

HARRIETT NEWELL, daughter of George and Sally (Everett) King.sbury. liorn July 9. 
1824. in Francestown. N. II.: married. Seplemljcr 30. 1852. Rev. Sylvanus Jewett. She 
was grad. of Holyoke Seminary: taught in Illinois three years; died June 24. 1855. 
He died in autumn of 1871. in Grand Island. Neb. They had one child: 
Harriet Kingsbury Jczcfll. born May 11. 1854; died July 5. 1858. 

( .\- 1 - 10-67-220-563- 1 582 ) J 532 1 . 

GEORGE, son of George and Sally (Everett) Kingsbury, born January 8, 1827. in Frances- 
town, N. H. : married. .April 9, 1853, Betsey .Ann Hyde : both members of the Con- 
gregational church in Francestown. He eidisted m l8lh N. H. Reg.. September 27, 
1864; discharged, June 17, 1865. 

CHILDREN: 

152710. GEORGE .ALBERT, born .April 6. 1854; married. June 4. 1879. Sadie M. lleald. of 

Milford. N. H. He is a merchant in Greenville. N. H. (1883). 

152711. W.'XRREN. born October 21,. 1855; married. January 11. 1881. Ella \. Wagner: is a 

grocer in Du(|U'iin, Illinois. 

152712. HENRY LOVELL. born May 5. 1861 : married. October 12. 1882. Nellie Stevenson. 

He resides in Greenville, N 11. (1883). 

Cx-i-io-67-220-563-1582 ) 15324. 

HAiNNAH CAROLINE, rl.iugliur of George and Sally (Everett) Kingsbury, born June 6, 
1833: married, October 13. 1853, llalidon F. Blakeslee, of Metamura. Illinois. Re- 
sided in DuQuoin, Illinois (1883). He died June 14. 1878. 



94 



KINGSBURY GENEALOGY. 



ISSUE: 



George Finlcy Bhhcslcc. bcirii December .?o, 1S55 ; married, September 5. 1878. They 
had children: Harry Justin, burn August g. 1879: Bessie, born June 30, 1S81. 

Mary Eva Blakcslcc. born July 2. 1859; married. June, 1881. John L. Holmes, of Dn 
Quoin. They had one son, James Halidon, born April \2. i88j. Lives in Chicago. 

Frunk A. Bhikcslcc, born May 17, 1864. Lives in UuQuoin. Illinois. 

ll'illic Blakcslcc. horn .May 19, 1S68. Lives in DuQuoin, Illinois. 

( X-1-10-67-.220-563-158C1) 15362. 

EMILY JOSEPHINE, daughter of Joseph and Betsey (.Everett) Kingsbury, born May 14, 
1833, ni Fraiicestown, N. H. : married, January 25. 1855, Dr. James S. Donnelle, born 
October 18, 1829. Resided in Francestowu, moved from Lowell, Mass. They separ- 
ated a few years later, and Emily assumed her maiden name by order of the Probate 
Court. They had one son: 
153120. ALBERT JOSEPH KINGSBURY, born September 20. 1857; married. May 19, 
1880, Katie Bell Hallowell. He is a civil engineer and engaged in real estate; 
resides in Boston, i\Iass. They have one son : 
1530700. WILLOUGHBY JOSEPH, born August 22, 1881 ; student in Harvard Coll. 

(x-i-io-67-220-563-i,58o) 15390. 

JULIA ANN, daughter of John Langdon and Abigail (Hyde) Kingsbury, born May 26, 1837, 
in Francestowu, N. H. ; married Joseph A. Wheeler, a clothier ; resides in Lowell, 
Mass. 

ISSUE: 

Helen Augusta Wlieelcr. born April 9, 1873. 

(x-i-io-67-220-563-1589) 15393. 

MARY RICHARDS, daughter of John Langdon and Abigail (Hyde) Kmgsbury, born May 
31, 1844, in Francestown, N. H. ; married Edward P. Morgan, of New Boston, N. H. 

ISSUE: 

Gerry Austin Morgan, born November 14. 1875. 
Newell Kingsbury Morgan, born January i. 1882. 

(X- 1-10-67-220-563-1.^89) 15394. 

CHARLES LANGDON, son of John Langdon and .Abigail (Hyde) Kingsbury, born January 
10, 1850, m Francestown. N. H. : married Belle L. Jones, of Spencer. Mass. He is a 
physician, living in Boston. They had one daughter : 
153440. .ALICE M.\RSHALL. liorii September 28. 1882. 

( X-I-IO-67-220-563-1589) J5395. 

EDWARD NEWELL, son of John Langdon and Abigail (Hyde) Kingsbury, born Septem- 
ber. 3, 1853. in Francestown. N. H. ; married Clara A. Coffin, of Newton Centre, Mass. 
Fie is a physician in Newton Centre: removed from Spencer, iNIass. They had one 
child: 

153450. NEWELL COFFIN, born March 26. 1882. 

(x-i-io-68-22i-566-i590-\ ) 15401 A. 

WILLIAM, son of James and Sarah (Cressy) Kingsbury. Imrn December 9. 1797. in Surry; 

married. . 1819. Temperance Leonard, born June 21 1799. in Raynham, Mass.. 

daughter of Benjamin and Judith (INL'icunibcr) Leonard. They resided in Gilsum. N- 
H. She died August i. 1S73. 



SEVENTH GENERATION. 95 

CHILDREN: 

iS,3SioA. WILLIA.M LEONARD, horn Marcli 26, 1820; married. Deci-niljcr Ji, i84_>, Ann;; 

Ware Webster. 
i5.?5iiA. GEORGE DINSMORE. horn April ly. 1822; married. February , 1846, Ellen 

Amanda Hodgkins, (buiKlUcr of A.sahel B. and Cynthia (Johnson) Hodgkins. 

of Walpole, Mass. Had two cliildren. 
ij.^.SuA. CHARLES FRANKLIN, born Jrne 11. 18J4: ni;:rried. Octol)er 28. 1857. Saral. 

Ann Pierce. 
I5J5I.?A- JOHN, born December 1.?. 1826: ni;irricd. October 28. 1852. Mary Ursula, daughter 

of Ralpli Emerson and Biah (Ibile) Smith. l)orn in Alstead. .April 2. 1826. 
I535MA. OTIS HENRY, born May 5. 1829. 
153515A. ELIZA ANN. born .-Xugiist i. 1832; married. October 31, 1867. George Milton 

Reed, son of Nathan U. and Charlotte (Dwinell) Reed. 
153516A. ELLEN MARIA, born .\pril 2,5, 1835; died March 23. 1841. 
153517A. MARY JOSEPHINE. I.,.rn June 30, 1837. 

(x-i- 1 0-68-22 1 -566- 1 59oC 1 15402C. 

JOHN WRIGHT, son of John and Tliankf\d (\\1iite) Kingsbury, born June 17, 1803, in 
Newton, Mass.; married, first, Louisa \\';n-d ; married, second, Elizabeth Upham, He 
died September 12. 1870. 

CHILDREN: 

1535-0C. FRANCES ELLEN, born March 11. 1841, in Newton; married .Mliert X. Cook. 
They have eight children. 

i535^iC. ALBERT DEXTER, born Novenilier 8. 1842. in Needham ; married Emma J. 
Fowler. 

153S22C. ANNA ELIZABETH, born March 14. 1848. in Newton; died July 2i. 1848. 

153533C. WILLIAM HENRY WARD, born July 8. 1851. in Newton; died October 22. 1853. 

153524C. EDWARD SILAS UPHAM. born February 20. 1853, in Newton; married, No- 
vember 13. 1878. Emma Ellis, 

153525C. EMMA LOUISE, born October lO. 1855; married Frederick .\. Jewett; died .-Vu- 
gust 16, 1876. 

153526C. ALBERT FREDERICK, born Au.gust 11, 1876. 

( .\- 1 - io-6S-22i-5()6- [ .SQoC ) I5404C. 

BENJAMIN WHITE, son of John and Thankful (.\\liile; Kingsbury, born July 13. l8aS, 
in Newton, Mass.; married, , .Mmira Trowbridge, born March 12. 1807, Re- 
sided at Newton Corners. She died Septend)er 2y, 1873. 

CHILDREN (all horn at Newton Corner): 

153540C. :MARY J.-\NE. born September 30. 1836: died May 12. 1864. 

153541C. ANN .ALMIRA, born April y. 1838; died September 25, 1863. 

153542C. ROGER SHERM.\N. born February 3. 1840: was in the Civil War. 

153543C. EDWARD PAYSON. born April 5. 1842: died April 4. 1871. 

153544C. BENJAMIN FR.\NKL1N. born .August 29. 1844; died .August 12. 1865. 

153545C. JULIA ELIZABETH, born December 28,. 1846; died January 2.-^. 1864. 

153546C. GEORGE, born November 8. 1849. 

I53S47C. WILLIAM WARREN, born Jime 2.^. 1852; died May 17. 1863, 
These all died in the faith. 



96 KINGSBURY GENEALOGY. 

(X-1-10-68-221-566-1590C) J5405C. 

ISAAC, Sim of John and Th;inktul (White) Kingslnirv. Inirn Octoher ,?i. 1810, in Newton. 
Mass. ; married. April 4. i8.?6. Mary Ann Homer, daughter of John and Annie (Porter) 
Homer. Iiorn April 24. 1813. Hawkins. St.. Boston. Resided in Newton, Mass. The 
house (built in 1650. by John Parker, of Hingham. subsequently owned by Ebenezer 
■ Stone, and purchased by John Kingsbury ) where Isaac was born is still occupied and in 
good repair, and still owned iu the family. He died January 27, 1886. She died Janu- 
ary 2S. 1888. 

CHILDREN (all born af Chestnut Hill) : 

153550C. FR.\NCIS HOMER, horn .A.pril 23, 18.37; married, first. October 10. 1865. Mary 
Isabella Wilson; married, second, Anna Parsons Berrian. May 31, 18S8. 

153551C. LAVINIA ELIZABETH, born November 20, 18.38; married .-Mbert Gay Brown. 

15355JC. CHARLES AUGUSTUS (Rev.), born November. 16. 1830: married, first. March 
28. 1871. Caroline Boynton ; married, second. April 13, 187,=;. Mary Augusta 
Donaldson. Resided. Redlands. Gal. ; died . 

153553C. IS.A.^C FRANKLIN, horn January 2, 1841; married Laura D. Holmes. 

153554C. HARRIET JANE, born July 20. 1845; married William T. Wardwell. She died 
June ig. 1872. These five, with three wives and two husliands, are God's chil- 
dren. 

(.x-i-io-68-22i-s66-i5goC ) 15406C. 

CHARLES, sou of John and Thankful (White) Kingsbury, born May 25, 1813, in Newton, 
Mass. ; married Harriet ^I. Homer. He died in Ironton. Ohio, July 5, 1866. 

CHILDREN : 

153560C. CHARLES, liorn May 26, 1837, in Boston; served through the War of the Rebel- 
lion, and rose from Second Lieut, to Adjt. General; was taken prisoner at the 
Battle of Gettysburg; died of cholera, in Maysville, Kentucky. September 21. 
1866. 

153561C. H.ARRIET. born November 12. 18.38, in Newton, Mass.: married. June 13, 1S72. 
H. C. Burr. <<i Inmlon. Ohio. No children. 

153562C. MARY ORIANNA, born .\ugust 21. 1841. in Haverhill; married. .April 27, 1871, 
Joseph A. Sparks, of Vanceburg. Kentucky. She died October 15. 1875. Had 
two sons. 

153563C. MARTHA FR.\NCES, l)orn June 8. 1844, in Greenupsburg, Kentucky; died June 
8, 1845. 

1535'^mC. GEORGE, born February 16, 1846, in Greenujisburg, Kentucky; died May 11, 1852. 

153565C. , born October 29, 1848. in N. H. Furnace. Kentucky; married. .August 6. 

1868. Hiram M, Hall, of Quaker Bottom. Ohio. No children. 

i5356fiC. EMMA FRANCES, born November 15. 1851. in Ironton. Ohio; married, .\pril 2O. 
1877, J. M. Hall. No children. 

i535b7C. .MARTHA, born October 22. 18$$- i" Ironton, Ohio; married, March 2, 1S75, E. 
Gardner. Two children. 

153568C. WILLIAM WARD, born November 10, 1859; died at Ironton, February g, 1863. 

i5356gC. E. H,, born Jime 27, 1862. 

(x-i-io-71-244-589-1600) 15501. 

IRA, ^on of Nathan and Dorcas (Thompson) Kingsbury, born .\prii 28. 1804, in Chester. 
Verniout ; married. Seplemlier 14, 1829, Ensebia Perry. Resided in Chester. Vermont. 



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SEVKNTH GENERATION. 97 

CHILDKliN: 

154510. DANIEL PERRY, horn ScplenilKT .'4, iX.ii : iiianinl. . Flora Wilson. Ro 

sided in Alstead, N. 11. 
154511- SARAH ANNETTE, horn Jmu- 17. iS.id. Ri-si(k-d, (^raflon. Vermont. 
15451^. GEORGE VVASHINCrrON. horn .\ii.i;usl 30. 1840; married. . Sally Pile; 

First Lieut. 12th Inf.; was at Camp Thomas. Arizona. May. 1K81. 

(.x^i-io-7I-_'44-5S(m6ooi J5505. 

WILLIAM, son of Nathan and l),)rcas (Thompson) Kingslmry. born May 10. iSid; married, 
March 31. iS.m, Famiy E. .Spring; resided in Chester. Windsor Coinilv. X'ermont. in 
1880. 

CHILDRICN: 

154550. MARTHA EMELINE. horn Novemher _'[. [840; <lied June ?. 1877; age. 16. 

154551. AHRIAM ANNETTE, horn August 6, 1842; resided. New York City. 
15455-'. HARRIET MINERWA. horn June ,?. 1845; resided. Chester. Vermont. 

15455.3. HARLAND WILLI. \.M. horn .Mareh J5. 1847; married, Fehrnary J5. 1875. Clarrie 
L. Goodale. 

154554. S.AR.VH i\L. horn February 26, 1849; resided, Chester. X'crmont. 

154555. HOMER S.. horn June 24. 1853: married. March 31. 1876. Lorette Woodbury. 

154556. SEVVEL E.. born Novemher 8. 1855; married, .Septend)er 26. 1876, Cora Perry; re- 

sided, Chester, Vermont. 

(.x-i-io-7r-244-589-i6oo) J5506. 

ELI PARKER, son of Nathan and Dorcas (Tlionipson) Kingsbury, born .September 7. 1818. 
HI Chester, Vermont; married, May 10 1855. Louis:i D. Melendy: resided in Ludlow. 
Vermont. 

CHILDREN: 

154560. HORACE, horn July I, 1856; resided. New York Cily. in 18S0. 

154561. ORRIETTE, horn December 26, 1857. 

(.\-i-io-7i-244-58<M('io3) I553J. 

CHARLES, son of .\bijah and .\higail (Wilder) Kiu'jisbnry, horn December 21, 1805 ; mar- 
ried, September 16, 1831. Ruby Osgood, of Sullivan. N. H.. born .-Vpril x 1810; died 
August 3, 1879. He was a farmer; resided in Reene, N. H. ; died December ). 1872. 

CHILDRl-N: 

154810. LL'CY O., horn May i). 1833: marri'-d. lusi. Henry E. B. Potts; .second. Joseph H. 

Smith. 

154811. ELLEN F., I)orn December 11. 1834; married, September 26, 1854, Rev. Daniel E. 

.-\dams. 

154812. M.ARY A., l.orr, .\tiniist j^. 1836; married. September Ji. 1856. Terry Hal])iiie. 

154813. CHARLES K.. born May 7, 18,^8; died August 28. 1838. 

154814. MARTH.A .\.. born Seplcniher 21. 1840: married. .Vugusl 31. 1859, Lewis S. Kil- 

bourne. 

154815. STELLA M., born July 20. 1842: died September 19. 1843. 

154816. STELLA M.. born September 28. 1845; died October i. 1853. 

154817. CHARLES E., horn March 2:^. 1849; died March 29, 1849. 

154818. JULIETTE E,, born November 16. 1852. 



98 KINGSBURY GENEALOGY. 

(x-i-io-71-2.44-589-1603) 15532. 

JOSIAH, son of Abijah and Abigail (Wilder) Kingsbnry, born November 6, 1807; married, 
fust, March 22, 1838, Sarah Baker, died April 25; 1843. aged 28; married, second, Sep- 
ber 6, 1843, Cynthia Baker, died February 5. 1854, aged 45; married, third, February 7, 
1855, Delilah H. Dickinson, died December 11. 1870. aged 49; married, fourth, March 
24, 1874, Eloisa Taft. They resided in Keene, N. H.. where he died November 19, 1893. 
She died July i, 1897, aged 80. 

CHILDREN {by first wife) : 

154820. EDWARD A., born February 14. 1839; married, INIarch 29, 1861. Ellen M. Carpenter. 

of Surry, N. H. 
154S21. GEORGE B.. born September 28, 1840; married February 14. 1865. Elva M. (or 

Elvira) Rogers, of Surry, N. H. 

t x-i-io-7i-244-5S9-i()o3 ) 15533. 

ABIJAH WILDER, son of Aljijah and Abigail (Wilder) Kingsbury, born September 13. 1809; 
married, first, September 5, 1834. Lovina Locke, of Sullivan. N. H., died July 29, 1836; 
married, second. March 21. 1837. Rhoda Emeline Wood, of Alstead. N. H. They re- 
sided in Gilsum, N. H., where he died June 19, 1894. 

CHILDREN (by second wife): 

154830. S.^MUEL LOCKE, born February 25, 1838; married, first, Jemima Kemp; married, 

second, Jennie Hunter. 

154831. MARTHA LOVINA, born July 26, 1840: died September 28. 1844. 

154832. MERRILL, born October 11, 1845. 

Hayward's History of Gilsum. N. H. (p. 90) says the "First anti-slavery vote in Gilsum 
was in 1841, when the 'Liberty Party' nominee for Governor received four votes cast by Abijiih 
Wilder Kingsbury, Stephen Foster. Jr., Luther White, and Solon W. Eaton." 

(x-i-io-71-244-589-1603) J5534. 

ALBERT, son of Abijah and .Abigail (Wilder) Kingsbury, born September 19, 181 1; mar- 
ried, June 16, 1836, --Xnn E. Lyman : died in Keene, N. H.. June 14, 1885. 



154840 
1 5484 1 
154842 
154843 
154844 



CHILDREN (born in Keene) : 

FREDERIC A. or H., born June 5. 1837. 
JULIA E.. born January 26. 1839; married Josiah S. Niles. 
HARRIETTE .A., born September i, 1844; married Ed Spalding. 
CHESTER L.. born April 2^. 1846; married Sarah E. Joslin. 
ARTHUR E.. born March 24, 1848. 

(x-i-io-71-244-589-1603) J5535. 



JULIA ANN, daughter ofAbijah and Abigail (Wilder) Kingsbury, born June 22. 1813; mar- 
ried Deacon Isaac Rand; died in Brooklyn, N. Y,, February 14. 1889. 

ISSUE: 

Harricttc L. Rand, born May IJ. 1844; died June 8. 1857. 

Emily A. Rand, born .August 28. 1846; died February 22. 1847. 

Lyman F. Rand, born June 16, 1848; an ordained Congregational minister. 

Selden F. Rand, born June g, 1853. 

Ella A. Rand, born November 27, 1855. 



SEVENTH c;ENKRATION. 

(.\-i-io-7i-.'44-589-i6o,!) 15536. 



99 



MARY, daughter of Abijah and Abigail (Wildt-r) Kingsbury, born October 9, 1815; married. 
November 16, 1837. Jonas Parker, a mercliant tailor. Lived in Keene. N. H. 

ISSUE: 

Mary A. Parker, burn April 1. 1841 ; (bed July (>. 1S70. 

Helen M. Parker, born December lO. 184,5: married. November II. 1868. Harvey D. 
Patterson, merchant ; lived in Concord. N. H. ; liad one child. Mary A., born Oc- 
tober 26. 1870. 

( X- 1 - 10-7 1 -.'44-389- 1 f)03 ) 15537. 

GEORGE, son of Abijah and .\bigail (Wilder) Kingsbury, born June 24. 1818. in Keene, N. 
H.; married. May 0. 1847, Lydia W. Briggs: died in Keene, N. H.. February 10. 1885. 

CHILDREN: 

154870. ELIZA W.. born October 10, 1848. 

154871. EMILY S.. born March (May) 9. 1S51. 

154872. MARY JESSIE, born January (June) 27, i85_': died May 11, 1857. 

( .K- 1 - 10-71 -244-5S9- 1 ()0.i ) 15540. 

ELIZABETH, daughter of Abij.ih and .Al)igail (Wildirl Kingsbiuy. born January 3, 1827; 
married. October 24. 1850. Deacon George P. Drown; resides in Keene. N. 11. 

ISSUE: 

George P. Drozvn. born May 31. 1856; died July 29. 1856. 
Frank H. Drown, born May 2. 1858: died October 6. 1870. 
Edward P. Drown, born ;\pril 30. 1865. 

(x-i-io-71-244-589-1607) 15571. 

WILLIAM HENRY, son of Cyrus and Rachel (Olcutl or Olcott) Kingsbury, born Septem- 
ber 7. 1827. in Keene. N. H. : married, first. Lueretia Helsey. daughter of .Abijah and 

Sarah (Hull) Hastings, born . 18,54. '" Sullivan. N. H.. died December 17. 1870, 

in Keene, N. H. : married, second. Minerva Ann. daughter of Sumner and Rebecca 
(Whitney) Bigelow. born March 20. 1832. in Whilingbam. \'enuiiiU. Tliey lived in 
Keene. He was a soldier in 14111 N. H. Vol.. Co. C., the last year of the war. 



155210, 
155211 
155212 
155213 
155214 



CHILDREN (by first wife) : 

ABIJAH HASTINGS, born January 22. 1857. in Sullivan. N. H. 

CHARLES HENRY, born May 2. i860, in Keene. N. H. 

GEORGE FRED, born May 11, 1863, in Harrisville, N. H. 

EDWIN CYRUS, born October i. 1865. in Keene. N. H. 

WILLIE FR.ANK. born Seiilember (31'). i8()7: die<l Otober 10. 1867. 



(x- 1 -10-71 -244-591 -1620) 15700. 

ADAMS, son of Joel and Olive (.Adams) Kingsbury, born December II, 1802; married, 
March 7. 1842, Mary Heaton Resided in Keene. N. IL. in 1879. He died July 13, 1877. 



CllIl.DRF.N: 

1855: died M.iy 13. 1855. 
I5650i._ _^1ARY L.. born J;inuary 7. 1864; died May 13. 1864. 



156500. MARY N.. bnrn May 

II. ;m 

.ore. 



loo KINGSBURY GENEALOGY. 

(X-1-10-71-244-591-1C22) J5720. 

ALFRED, son of Dr. David and Delina (Bowen) Kingsbury, born November 14, 1805. in 

MarcelliLS, N. Y. ; married. . Almira Rice, who died October 25, 1861. He died 

Februarv 10, 1866. 

CHILDREN: 

156700. AUGUSTA P., born June 12, 1831. in Ponipey. N. Y. 

156701. GEORGE CLARK, born October 23. 1838, in Pompey. N. Y. ; died m St. Louis, 

November 13. 1868. 

(X-1-10-71-244-591-1622) 15721 

LUCRETIA, daughter of Dr. David and Dehna (Bowen) Kingsbury, born August 4, 1808, 
m Marcellus, N. Y. ; married Schuyler Moore, who died November 2, 1863. 

ISSUE: 

.4ilii Gaunct Moore, born September 12. 1832. 

Miii-y .Itniarinc Moore. bi)rn Au.gust 10. 1834. 

Fraiurs Montague Moore. Ixirn February 8. 1837: died September 8, 1875. 

Charlotle M. Moore, i>orn July 3. 1843; died Jan\iary 20. 1843. 

lames Lansing Moore, born March 4, 1845. 

Laura Helen Moore, born September 4, 1848. 

George Seliuyler, Moore, born February 17, 1850. 

( .x-i-io-7i-244-5yi-i622 ) J5722. 

LANSING, son of David and Delina (Bowen) Kingsbury, born February 16, 1810, in Mar- 
cellus, N. Y.; married. . 1837. Frances Montague Southworth. eldest daughter 

of Dr. William Throop and Harriet (Montague) Southworth. of Avon Springs. N. Y., 
born, Ithaca, N. Y.. Feljruary 10. 1814, died June 20, 1866, greatly beloved by all who 
knew her for her Christian patience and cheerfulness. He was one of the first settlers 
of Marshall. Michigan ; moved there ;is early as 1837 ; carried on a large iron foundry ; 
one of the original proprietors of the village of Hastings, Barry County, Michigan; 
later kept the Marshall House, at Marshall, Michigan. A hardy, robust man; died 
suiUkiily in autumn of 1850. from fever. 

CHILDREN (all born at Marshall) : 

156720. CH/\RLES WILL.ARl). Iiorn March 10, 1841; unmarried: a printer in St. Cloud. 

Minnesota: died June 30. i8gi, at Alcrriam Park, St. Paul. Minnesota. 

156721. DAXTD LANSING, born December 28. 1842- married, October 26, i86y. Anna 

Sawyer Braman. No children. Brought up in the family of his father's sister, 
Mrs. Henry Bnnce ( M.iry Kingsbury), and remtived with them to Monticello, 
Minnesota. 1856. Resided in Monticello until August 14. 1862, when he en- 
listed as private in Co. E, Sth Minnesota Vol.: Corporal. 1863; First Sergeant, 
November, 1864 ; served two years on the frontier during the Indian outbreak ; 
was with Gen. Sulley's expedition to the Yellowstone River in 1864; partici- 
pated in two pitched battles with the Sioux. On the return of the expedition 
accompanied his regiment south, and took part in the campaign in the autuniu 
of 1864, and drove Hood out of Tennessee. In February. 1865, that Corps (23d). 
Gen. Schofield. commanding, was transferred to North Carolina. Although 
participating in all the battles of his regiment, he did not receive a scratch. June 
16, 1865, was commissioned Second Lieut., and was mustered out of the service, 
July II. 1865. Is Asst. Librarian Minnesota Historical Society and Recorder of 
•Minnesota Conmiandery Military Order Loyal Legion of the United States of 
America. 




Lieut. David Lansing Kingsbury, 
Born 1842. 



SEVENTH GENERATION. ,oi 

156722. FRANCES MARV. li<,in July 13. 1S4.,. in Marshall. Micliigan ; niarric.l, at Roches- 
ter, N. v.. Col. Edwin C. Mason. L'. .S. .N.. of Springfic-ld, Ohio. Bit. Brig'. Gen., 
.son of (Icncral Sampson Mason, niemher of Congress from Springfield. Ohio. 
Gen. Mason has been in active duty since the close of the war, except two years, 
while in command of Cokmibiis Barracks, Ohio, principally on the Pacific Coast. 
He took an active part in the Modoc War, also participated in the Nez Perces. the 
pursuit and capture of Chief Joseph. Located at Fort Vancouver, later at Fort 
Sanders, Washington. Died April 30. i8g8. 

She has record in Lincigc Book. Vol. 111. No. j/Sg, as granddaughter of 
(1622) and great-granddaualiler of (5()i); resiiUs in St. Paul, .Minn. 

ISSCh:: 
Katliio Moiitaiiuc Mtisou. horn October 2, iSfiX, in Fort Bliss. Te.xas. 
Mary \'CcdliaiH Mason, born July 26. 1S70, in .Minneapolis, Minn.; married Lieut. 

James T. Moore, U. S. .A.. January to, i8()4; now Captain. 
Fiances Kingsbury Maso}}. born July 8, 1874, in Fort Vancouver, Washington. 
Clnirlrs flayiirs Masmi. bnrn Xovimlur 2. 1881. in Fort Sanders. Washington. 

( X- 1 - 10-7 I - J44^50i - 1 fuj ) J5726. 

ALMARINE B., daughter of Dr. David and Delina ( Bowen) Kingsbury, born .'\pril 15. 1817, 
Marcellus. N. V. ; married Francis M. Bl.-.ckinton, who met a violent death in a snow 
slide on the Kingsbury Grade. Cal., February 22. i86j. Formerly resided in llonesdalc. 
Pa., where their two oldest children were born. 

ISSUE: 
James A. Blackinlon. Wvn .March 15. 1851, in Houes<lale, I^a. 
Prank A. BlaekinUm, born T'ebrnary Q. 1853. m Honesdalc, Pa. 
H. Isabel Bhckinton. born bebrnary 25. 1855, in Rock Island. Illinois. 
Harry D. Blackinlon. liorn .Vpril 22. 1857. in Minneapolis, Minn.: killed at the .Ameri- 
can Mine Coke Co., .March 31. 187O. by an explosion of giant powck'r. 

(x-i-io-7i-244-5gi-i(.j_>) J5728. 

MARY ANGELINE, daughter of David and Dcliua (Bowen) Kingsbury, horn October 22. 
|8_'4. in .Marcellus. N. V.: married, first, October 1. 1851, Henry C. Bunce. editor of 
the "Democratic Expounder," died October 15, 1857: married, second, October 22, 1863. 
Hon. Samuel Bennett, who died July to. 1865. Had residence in Marshall. Michigan. 
Monticello and Mi:ineapolis. .Minn. .Slie died Sc pli niber 26. 1893. 

ISSl'F: 
.Iniicltc Lonniis Bunce. liorn M.ircli 4. 1833. in Marshall. Michigan. 
Mary Caroline Buiice. born .M.iy 7, 185^. in .\l,irsb;dl. Michigan; died in .Minneapolis, 

(x-i-to-7i-244-5()i-i62.:;i J5750. 

EDWARD MATHER, son of Darius and Esther (Mather) King.sbiu-y, horn . 1808, in 

Sh:igtic()ke. K. V.; married, first, , 1832, Flizabeth Camp, of Marcellus, N. Y.. 

who died in 1835: married, second, , 1836, Sarah Brown, lie removed to .Mich- 
igan, 1834. He died in Bcllevue. Michigan, in 1872: age, 64. 

CHILDRFN (liy first wife) : 

157000. J.ANE, born , m Fredonia, Mich.: m.arried. first. . Marsh Grant- mar- 

ried, second, Daniel Mead, 1893. 

(By second wife) : 

157001. LOR.AINE. born ; married. . Dr. Frank Howig; lived in Big Rapids. 

Michigan : had one child : 

157002. N.AHL'M. born ; married ; resides in Alexandria. Indiana. 



I02 KINGSBURY GENEALOGY. 

(x-i-:o-7i-244-59i-i625) J575J. 

FREDERIC AUGUSTUS, son of Darius and Esther (Mather) Kingsbury, born April 6, 1810. 
m Shagticoke. N. Y. ; married, first, September 11, 1838, CaroHne E. Stone, of Roches- 
ter, N. Y., died April 5. 1847: married, second, October 4, 1853. Juliet J. Scout, of Eck- 
ford, Michigan. He resided in Keene, N. H.. in 1822; removed to Marshall, Michigan, 
in 1835 ; was a cabinet maker and furniture dealer. 

CHILDREN (l>y first wife) : 

157010. FR.\NCES AMELI.\, born January 2, 1842; married, October 7, 1868, Thaddeus G. 

Smith: died ; resided in Flint. Michigan. A son. Dudley Kingsbury 

Smith, resides in Farmington, Michigan. 

(By second wife) : 

157011. FREDERICK AUGUSTL'S. born September 6. 1855; unmarried; resides in Mar- 

shall, Michigan. 

In .\pril. igoo. Mr. K. celebrated his 90th birthday. Mr. J. M. Parsons, himself over 90, 
in behalf of many contributors, presented to him a purse of gold. Years had not impaired the 
mental power of either speaker. For first five years of his residence in Marshall he supplied 
most of the emigrants to Calhoun County with housekeeping furniture, much of which is still 
doing good service. In 1840 he was burned out. and twice afterwards. These successive 
fires were met. and the work of recuperation each time commenced. By this time new meth- 
ods of manufacturing had been introduced, and hand-made goods about out of date. In 1844 
he organized a debating society, known as the Self-Sharpeners, which afterwards liecame 
Marshall Young Men's Association, 

In matters of municipal and national import, he was intensely interested, and never neg- 
lected bis duties at the polls. .\ Republican in politics, he had the distinction of being among 
the number which founded the party in Michigan. An ardent Christian, a man of wide culture, 
and possessed of remarkable memory. Within two weeks of his death he retained an unusual 
physical strength, but succumbed to an attack of grip, and after a short illness passed to his re- 
ward, at the ripe old age of 91 years, January 19, 1901 ; was buried in Oakridge. 

(x-i-io-71-244-591-1625 1 J5752. 

MARY LUCRETIA, daughter of Darius and Esther (Mather) Kingsbury, born September 8, 
1814; married, — ^ , 1837. William Brace, born . 1810, in Oswego, N. Y. Re- 
moved from Lysander. N. Y.. to Marshall. Michigan. January 9, 1835, She died July 
22, 187 1, in Vallejo, Cal. 

ISSUE: 

Mary Eli:a Brace, born August 23, 1838: married, February 16, 1861, J. Frank Cum- 
mings, of Maine. Four children: (l) George Arthur, born July 4, 1862. married. 
.\pril 1. 1888: (2) Frank Asa, born January 26. 1864: (3) Mary Bell, born July 28, 
1866: married, October 27. 1892, died October 27. 1893; (4) William Frederick, 
born October 28, 1871. Resides in Cununiugs. Cal. 

Horace Mather Brace, born . 1839: dieil. infant. 

Emma Jane Brace, born January 8. 1841 ; married. . Charles Little, who died No- 
vember 20. 1888. Four children: (i ) Charles, born . died January 11. 1876: 

(2) Henry William, Ixirn .\ugust 3. 1866: (3) David, born . died . i88g: 

(4) Frank, born , 1871. 

Caroline Frances Brace, liorn : died, infant. 

Charles Mather Brace, born ; died, infant. 

U'illiam Arthur Brace, born Novemlier 3. 1848: married : has one child. Re- 
sides. San Francisco, Cal. : in employ of Southern Pacific R. R. 



SEVENTH GHNRRATION. ,03 

(x-3-i 1-73-259-625- iS.?,5) J7834. 

REBECCA, daiiglitcr of Col. John and Pativncc (Tappan) Kingsbury, born December 16, 

1746. in Xcwbnry; married, , lion. Tliomas Rice, of Wiscassett, Maine, a grad! 

Harvard Coll.. 1767; Doctor and Jndge. .Sbc died August Kj, 1S16. 

LS.SUE: 

Thomas Kicr. born March .?o. 1768; married .Sarah Swan; died. 1S54. 

William Rice, born January 7, 1776; died, 1842. 

Charles Rice, born August 4, 1779; died. 1836. 

Rebecca Rice, born March g, 1781 : m.irried. . 1804, Rev. Freeman Parker, of 

Wiscassett. grad. Harvard Coll.. 179(1. She died, 1843; had daughter Rebecca 
(Parker), born February J^. 1805. died January 24, 1890; married Col. John Ers- 
kine, of Wiscassett. May 25, i8.?o. Had daughlcr, Isabel Beecher Erskine, born 
April 29, 1836, died March 22, 1894; married Robert Hall Parks, 1857; had daughter, 
Isabel Erskine Parks, born April 1. 1859. married. .April 19. i89,v Simuiel Dwight 
Brewster ; resides. New York City. 

JVarreii Rice, born January 15. 1783; died, 1852. 

Hannah Rice, born January 8, 1786: niarrie<l, — , Hovey. 

Sopliia Rice. l)orn March 2. 1789: married Jnd.ae Jonathan Thayer, of Camden. 

( x-3- 1 1 -73--'.S9-625- 1 83.1; ) J78i5. 

JOHN, son of John and Patience (Tappan) Kingsbury, born July 3. 1749, in Newbury: mar- 
ried, . Miriam Place, of Pownallioro, Vermont, born September, 1747, died Sep- 
tember 9, 1822. Tliey lived in Wiscassett. Maine. He died .April 9. 1798. 

CHILDREN: 

177850. BETSEY, linrn , 1769: married, , Charles Elder. 

177851. EMMA, born , 1770: married, . John Willard. 

177S52. JOHN, born , 1772: lived in Wiscassett, Maine, 

177853- WILLIAM, born , 1774. 

177854. SAML^EL, born : died, infant. 

17785.S. PATIENCE T.APP.AN. born November 16. 1779; married Charles Dean. 

177856. S.'VMUEL, born , 1782: married, lu'st, Miriam Gi!p:itrick : married, second, 

.Mrs. Lydia (Hideout) Todd. 

177857. HENRY, born , 1785. 

177S58. RHODES, born , 1787: married Betsey Could: lived in Wiscassett, Maine. 

177859. EDWARD, born , 1788: died , 179.V 

177860. TRYPHEN.A, born , 1700: died , 1793. 

177861. M.ARY, liorn .1793; died ,1793- 

(x-3- 11-73-259-626- 1836) J786J. 

JOHN, son of John and Sarah (Carlisle) Kingsbury, born 1753: married , They had 

one son : 

178110. HENRY, born : married . They had one son, George H.. a lawyer, 

living in Boston, 1859. 

(.x-3-1 1-73-259-626-1836) J7869. 

TIMOTHY, son of John and Sarah (Carlisle) Kin.ijsbury, horn , 1771 : married , 

and lived in Wincassett, .Maine. He died . 1813. 

CHILDREN: 

178190. SARAH C, born . 

178191. JOHN, born : lived in Portland. 1835. 

178192. JOSEPH (Judge), born Hon. Eugene Male, of Ellsworth, Maine, is a de- 

scendant of Joseph. 



104 KINGSBURY GENEALOGY; 

(x-3-i 1-76-271-666-1958) J908J. 

JOHN, son of Jcduthan and Susannah (.Woodward) Kingsbury, born February 13, 1768, in 

riainficld. Conn.; married, first. Dorotiiy Leavens; married, second, widovv 

Ticknor. of Columbia. Conn. 

CHILDREN (by firyt wife); 

190310. LVDI.\. born Decemljer 27. 1792; married Col. Joseph White, of Coventry; she 

died December 7. 1870. 
igoiii. L.VURA, born December 22. 1795; died, infant. 

190312. DOROTHY LEAVENS, born December 9, 1799; married James K. Hosmer. of 

Willimantic. Conn.. January 19. 1826. 

190313. JOHN, born May 26. 1801 ; married, August 19. 1834. Mary Mackie Burgess, 

190314. EZRA, born January 26. 1804; died in Coventry. ALay 7, 1861, aged 57, 

(X-3-11-76-271-666-1958) 19083. 

ASA, son of Jedulhan and Susannah (Woodward) Kingsbury, born February 25. 1772; mar- 
ried. . Sarah P. Swan. 

CHILDREN; 

190530. THIRZA. born June 25. 1796; married. . Moses Bryant; resided. Waukesha, 

190531. CALEB, born Deeenilier 24, 179S; ilied January 11. 1S09, 

190532. ]\L'\HALA. born January 7. iSoo; married. July 7. 1825, Bu-.hr.ul W Russell, 

190533. SARAH, born September 19. 1801 ; died July . 1802. 

1905.^4. S.'\R.\H. born September 25. 1804; married, . 1S24, .\i Reed, 

190535, LOUISA, born October i. 1806; died April 8. 1852. 

190536, ASA. born August 11. 1808; married. . Laura Wardner, 

1905.^7. CALEB SWAN, born May 1. 181 1; married. . Caroline Rebecca Gallup, 

190538. PHILENDA. born November 22. 1813; married. . Kimball Stiekney ; was 

residing in Otsego. Michigan, in 1879, 

190539, AMAND.A U., born . 1816; married, .\pril 20. 1840. C, F, (jallup. 

( .\-3- 1 1 -76-27 1 -669- 1 974 ) 19245. 

JOSEPH, son of Stephen and Sarah (Spaulding) Kingsbury, born .March 20. 1768; married 
Betsey Hollenlicck, renniving from Connecticut to Hudson. Ohio. 

CHILDREN; 

191950. SAR.-\H, bom ; married, . Willis Butler, of Stow; moved to Peoria. 

Illinois, where liotli died, 

191951. BETSEY, born ; married. . Capt. Henry Butler, of Stow, where they 

lived and died. 

191952. LOTT. born ; married Polly Phemie Cook. 

191953. HARLOW, born ; drowned, aged 14. 

191954. CYNTHI.^ A., born ; married, . Chester Cobb, 

191955. LOVINA. born ; married, . Aaron Foals, 

191956. JOHN, born December 28. 1814. in Hudson. Ohio; married, first, June 9, 1836 Angc- 

line Bishop; married, second, February 8, 18S0. widow Jane Nash, 

(x-3- II -76-271 -669- 1977) I9i70. 

JOSHUA, son of Lemuel and Mary (Whitney) Kingsbury, born February 13. 1768. in Poult- 

ney. Vermont; married, . Susannah Mar.sh. who died March 27. 1818, He died 

in Canaan. Conn., January 2;^. 1814, 



SEVENTH GENERATION. ,05 

CHILDREN : 

192200. AMY, bom September 1, 1790; (bed July J, 1815. 

192201. LUCY, liorn September . 179,5; died Septeiiilier 16. 1S15-6. 

192202. ABIGAIL, born July 13. 1795; died April 24. 1821. 

192203. LEMUEL, born February 1.3, 1798: died Ajjril 13. r8i6. 

192204. WARREN, born December 7-9. iSoi : died June 25. 1S24. 

192205. WILLIAM, born November 1-7. 1807; married, .\pril 30. i84(). Lydia J. Ilier. 

(. x-3- 1 1-76-271-669-1977 i 1927 J. 

GEORGE, .son of Lemuel and Mary (Wbitney) I\.ings!)ury. born January 2X 1770, in Poidt- 
ney (?) ; married. June . Betsey Goddard. He died .\in-il 30, 1803. 

CHILDREN ; 

192210. BLODGETT G.. born .\lareli 13. 1,^00: Married. . Sarali Sniitb. 

192211. M.VRY. liorn June 12. 1802: married, , Ormsbee. 

(.\ 3-i 1-76-271-669-1977) J9273. 

WILLIAM, .son of Lemuel and Mary (.Wbitney) Kingsbury, born Jmie 16. 1774. in Poult- 
ney ( ?) ; married. July 22. iSor. Abigail Sally Marsb, wbo died al .Mliance. Obio. Janu- 
ary 17. 1861. He left Canaan. Conn., in 1833. and settled in Alliance. Obio. In 1S12 lie 
enlisted in the U. S. army, and served till the close of the war. At the Battle of Will- 
iamsburg. Upper Canada, be was wounded. The ball entered his head, where it re- 
mained si.xty-fivc days before it was extracted. Said ball is now in possession of his 
son. John .\.. of Alliance, Obio. He died January 14. 1859. 

CHILDREN (all born in Canaan) : 

192230. GUY M., liorn August 18. 1809; married. May 3, i8.;6. Lydia Ann Webb. 

192231. JOHN -\.. liorn November t,o. iSii; married, first, December -. 1834. Elizabeth 

Gates: married, second, September 19. 1S39. Lucretia Elberson. 

192232. CH.-VRLES W.. liorn .August 25. 1816: married. . Elizabeth Niebarger. 

(x-3-ii-7^'-^7i-669-l970) J929J. 

J03IAH, -nn of.Willard and Hannah (Lawrence) Kingsiiury. born September i^-^. 1771. in 
Canaan. Conn.: married. November 29, 1792. .Mtana Eellows, born October 22. 1772. 
died January 20. 1855. They lived in Mendon. Monroe County. N. Y. He died .Au- 
gust 19. 1847. 

CHILDREN: 

192410. A.\RON. born .Vugust 3. 1793: died August 8. 1842. 

192411. .-\LTANA, born January i. 1796. 

192412. MILO. born April 24. 1798: died March 2S. 1845. 

192413. SUS.'\NN.\H. born .Vugnst 13. iSoo: died .Vugust 17. 1837. 

192414. JOSI.AH W.. born July 18. 1804: died September 9. 1824. 

192415. DAVID F., born December 20. 1806: died July 8. 1824. 

192416. ANDREW L.. born May .?o. iSio. in Roxbury. N. Y. ; married, first, January 12, 

1831. Lucy Gillctt. died .\pril 4. 18S7: married, second. May 9. 1889. Nancy Van 
Fleete. 

192417. SALLY, born July 26. 1813: died Septenilier 24. 1829. 

(x-,vi 1-76-271-669-1979J 19297. 

ANDREW, (Dr.). son of Willard and Hannah (Lawrence) Kingsbury, born January 9. 17S8. 
in Canaan. Conn.; married, first. December 11. 1814. Sally Silsbe. born Dcceniher 12. 
1798. in Munsy. Pa., died September 11. 1S46: married, second, ■\pril 15. 1847. Lavinia 
Price, born August 12. i8[2, in Rush, N. Y. He died December 10. i860. 



io6 KINGSBURY (iENEALOGV. 

CHILDREN (l.y first wife) : 

ig_'470. HORACE, Ikh-ii April 25. 1816; married. May 24. 1849. Eliza Brace. 

igJ47i. H.\RRIET. born January 15. 1S20; married. Feliruary _'->. 1S44, Francis Cranger; 

died January 5. igoi. 

102472. AIARY. born June 23. 1825. in Rush, N. V.: died December 2g, 1828. 

192473. CYRUS, born October 17. 1827: died January 11, 1828. 

192474. JNIARLA. born July 4, 1830; died May 3. 1836. 

192475. ELIZ,\. born June 15. 1833; married, , Anson Davis, born .August 14, 1816; 

died July 29. igoo. She died April 29. 1897. 

192476. .ALBERT, born .April 6, 1840; married, July 3, 18(15, Enuly .\. Chapel. 

( By second wife ) : 

11)2477. .ADDLSOX, born b'ebruary 13, 1850: vvitli State b'ish Hatcheries, Munitord, N. V. 
- 11)2478, FRANKLIN, born December 31, 1851 ; married, , 1884, Ella Sli..uillev 

( »3-i i-7fi-273-d83-204(i ) 19993. 

SANFORD, son of Saiiuiel and I'Cingsbury, born : married Cynthia Ba.xter, 

I le went to sea when 14 years of a.s:e ; was taken prisoner by an English schooner, which 
was captured by a Frencli man-of-war, and the vessel burned. He was imprisoned one 
■ ind a h.ilf years, and was hlierated through the influence of Hon. Joel (?) Barlow, 
.\imricau .Minister to France. He died , aged (17. 

CHILDREN: 

igg4,?o. SIMEON, Iiorn , 1813. 

I9g43i. JOHN, born , 1819, 

199432, D.ANIEL, horn : was a physician. 

i'W433. HENRY, liorn . 

igci434. CA'NTHI.A, born : died, infant. 

(.\-3-1 1-77-274-084-20(11 1 20110. 

ASA, s.iii of .\-,i and Sarah ( I luntiuglon ) Kingsbury, born Alarch 12. 1758; m,irried Lnrena 
ILirt^horu (or Hartscii), Jaiiu,-iry 30, 1783. Remi>ved to New York alter his family was 
grown. Ocupation, uiillwri.ght ; was a soldier m war of 1S12, 

CM1LDR1':N : 

200600. JOSEPLI. born . I'wii children. Died . 

200601. HEZEKI.AH, born ; married, first. ; second, Delia , 

200602. .ASA, born ; ui.irried Folly Foster, 

200603. EL.AA'EL CL.ARK, born 1790: married. Tryphena Holmes, 

200604. LL^REN.A, born ; married, in Connecticut. Lemuel Swift. 

200^105. JOHN, born : married. Cornelia Iiates. 

2(io()06. CFl.AFiLES. born ; married, Rubaua I'arnes. 

200607, WILLl.AM. born ; inarrieil, first, Eli/a Barnes; second. Alary Evens, 

John has a --on .\ndn-w residing in Chica.LTo. anil a grandson, Edward 1... residiii.g in Ham- 
ilton, N. Y, 

(x-3-n-77--'7-|-6S4-2o62 1 20122. 

JAMES (Judge), son of .Abs.ilom and Rebecca (Rush) Kingsbury, born December 29, 1757, 

in .Alslead, N. II.: married, first, Fancher : married, second, October 4, 1789, 

Eunicj Waldo; moveil to Conneaut, Ohio, July, 1796; his nrighhors were at LUica, N, 
\'.. and Cincinnati. Ohio; be died. Newhnrg, Ohio, December 12, 1S47. His second 
wife died December 7, 1S42. 



SE\'I-.NTII CICNI'RATION. 
CIlll.Dkh-.N: 



lo; 



200-20. NABBV. l),>ni Jaiuiary 7. 1792. in Alstc-;,!. X. II.: ny.urwd. Jammry 4. iSoS, Dvi-r 
Sherman. 

200721. AMOS, born Jnly 1,5. 1793. in Alstead. X. II.; niarHed. fn-i. Jaiuiary 4. 1S.5. Clar- 

issa Ingersoll ; marrioil. second. . iSjo. .Mary Slicrnian. 

200722. ALMON, born Jannary 27. 17(35, in Alslcail. N. II.; married, Au^nsl 6. 1820. Lucy 

Ann Cone, 

200723. A son, born December, 1796; tlu- lirsf wliilr fluid tuun in -Xcw Coviialuuir or the 

II cstcni Reserve: died, iiitanl. from starvation; 1)nried at Conneam. 

200724. NANCY, born Septeml)er 4, 1798. in Cleveland, (Jhio ; married, December 7, 1814, 

Caleb Baldwin; went to Nanvoo with the -Mormons. 

200725. C.\LIST.A, born September 22, iSoo, in Cleveland, Ohio; married kim.i R. Baldwin. 

200726. EL.MINA, born Angusl 20, 1X02, in Cleveland, Ohin; married, I'Vliniary, 1S20, Perley 

Hosmer, 

200727. DIANA, born .May 21. 1S04; married, .March 20, 1848, Buckley Stedman ; resided in 

Washington, D. C. Xo ehihlren : died in Cleveland, Oclober 12. 1881, 

200728. ALBERT, born Jnly 20, 1806; married, t^rst. Melinda R.tbinson ; married, .second. 

Sophia Langbton; married, third, Sarah ,\lcCnlloch, 

200729. .ALFRED, born ,1808; died, infant; age, 9 months. 

200730. SYLVESTER, born February 2. i8io; died November 18, i8i.i. 

2007.?!. JA.MES W.ALDO, born .April 2.^. 181.?; married, , Lucinda Rogers, 

(.K-.Mi-77-274-(>84-20(>2) 20126. 

ELISHA (.Major), son of .Vbsalom and Rcliecca (Rust) Kingsbury, born February 2, 1770, 

m .Mstead, N. H.; married , Pliebe Beckwith. They had eight children, si.x .sons 

and two daughters. One of their sons was: 

200760. CII.\RLES. bcirn . about 1795; in.arried, , .\mi .Miller, 

C\-.M 1-77-274-684-20661 20160. 

ANDREW, son of "Sciuire" Ephraim and Phebe (I'-rench) Kingsbiiry. born April 24, i/Sg: 
married, Janu.iry (4, 1783, .Mary Osborne; was a sohlier ; fought at Long Island and 
White Plains; .Siipt. of Military Stores, Hospital Department. December 15, 1778. to 
March 13. 1781 ; was for in:iny years Treasurer of the .State of Cduneelicnt. lie died 
October 7. 1837. in llartf.inl. 

CHILDREN: 

201 100. OLIVER, born .April . 1785; married Charlmte Renfield, of Peiitield, .\. ^■. No 

children. He died in 1816. 

201101. ^LARLA. born January 5, 1787; married Cieor.sje Coodwin, of ICast llartford, Conn, 

201102. ELIZABETH, burn October 18. 1789; m.irried. , Norman Smith, of Hartford, 

Conn, 

201103. ILVRRIET. ])cirn I Jeceiiilier 23. 1792; nKirrieii. . Russell Talcntt. nf Clasten- 

burv. Conn. 

201104. L-\rR-\. Ii.irii September 7. 1795. 

(x-,?-i 1-77-2-4-684-20^.6) 20J62. 

WILLIAM, son of ".Squire" F.pbraim and Phebe (. I'"rench ) Kingsbury, burn February 9. 1764 ; 

married. August . 1788. Abigail Richardson, at Coventry, Coini,, born .March 11, 

1770, died March 1. 1826. at Coventry. Conn. He died Marcli 10. 1849. in Homer, N. V. 



io8 



KINGSBURY GENEALOGY. 

CHILDREN: 



201 1 JO. ELE.VZER. Iiorn November _'5. 1788; married, ^Nlarch. 1819, Susan Kiiiiiee, of 

Homer. N. V. 
_'0ii2i. \VILLL'\M, born .\ugust _•/, i/ijo; marrieil. . Hilpab Winchell. of Tolland, 

Conn. 
20ii_'2, AUGUSTUS, born October 12, 1796, in Coventr> , Conn.; married. December. 1816, 

Polly Loomis. of Coventry. Conn; died October 26. 1872. 

201 123. ERASTUS, born December 23. 1792; died September 22, i8to. in Coventry. 

201 124. CHARLES, born Marcb 20. 1802; married. Novemlx-r 26. 1829. Pameli.a Porter, of 

Coventry. Conn. 

(x-.v 1 1 -77-^74-684-2066) 20J63. 

PHEBE, (langhtcr of "Squire" Epbraim and Pbebe (Frencb) Kingsbury, born March 22. 
1766; married, January i, 17S4, William P'lrter ; resided in .Mstead, N. H. She died 
July 18, 1800. 



ISSUE; 
- ; married . Seven children. 

- ; married . Four children. 

; married . Eight children. 

married . Four children. 

; married . One child. 



Clarissa Purtcr, born — 
U'ilUaiii I'lirtcr, born — 
Kingsbury Porter, liorn 

Mary Porlcr, Iiorn 

Elcazcr Porter, born 

Eplirai}ii Porter, born . 

Plichc Porlcr, burn : married . Four chiklren. 

(x-,vi 1-77-274-684-2066) 20164 

JABEZ, son of "Souire" Ephraim and Phelie (I'rench) Kingsbury, bom October 22, 1769. in 
Coventry. Conn. ; married, first. December 10. 1789. Freelove Utley. of Mansfield, Conn., 
died May 20. 1823: married, second. February 4. 1824. Chloe Talcott. of Bolton. Conn.. 
died May 24. 1857. He died October 15. 1854. 

CHILr)Rl':N (by first wife) : ,\11 born in Coventry. 

201140. ANNA, born July 13, 171)0: married. December 20. 1815. Daniel Smith, of Stafford. 

Conn. 

201 141. ELISH.V. born October 12. 1703; married. . 1819. Betsey Chase, of Warehouse 

Point. Conn. 

201142. AM.'\RIAH, born ;\Iarcb 10. 1796; married. March 10. 1S19. Emily Buckland, of East 

Windsor. Conn. 

201143. EPHR.AIM. born July 20. 1790; married. September ig. 1824, Clarissa Bingham, of 

Coventry. Conn. 

201144. -\LVIN. born March 1). 1803: married. September 18. 1826. Emeline King'-bnry. of 

Coventry. Conn. .See record 20620. 

201145. B.\CKUS. born September 25. 1805; died June 5. 1831. in Coventry. Conn, result of 

an explosion in Bolton quarry. 

201146. NELSON, born .\pril 3. 1808; married, November 12. 1S33, Nancy Thrall, of Ver- 

non. Conn. 

201147. PHEBE. born June g. 1810; married. June 10. 1838, Ebcnezcr Peck, of Coventry. 

Conn. 

201148. ER.'XSTUS. born .\|iril 29. 1812; married. . Hannah Ncedham, of Stafford, 

Conn. 

CHILDREN (by second wife) : 

201 149. HARRIET NEWELL, born May 21, 182.5: married, February 4, 1863, Adron Dart, 

of South Windsor. Comi, 

201150. JABEZ HYDE, born November 2, 1827; married, January 3, 1854, Ann Jeannette 

Preston, of Vernon. Conn. 



SEVENTH GENERATION. 109 

(x-,v 1 1 -77-2-4-684-^066) 20J65. 

EPHRAEW, son of "Squire" Ephraini ;iiul I'liclie (French) Kingsbury, 1)orn June iS, 1775; 
Mi.irried. in Orford. N. II.. Au.ifusl _'S, 1S07. Margaret Pralt. of Salem. Mass., died Oc- 
tober 12. 1859, in New Yorls City, lie was graduate of Yale College, and a teacher for 
many years in Haverhill. N. II. He died March 28. 1856. in New York City. 

CHll.DRI'.N: 

201151. H.VRRIET. born .April 15, iSi,^; re^ided. Krooklyn. X. Y. 

201152. HENRY, born Jidy 16. 1814; died, 1S16. in Haverhill. X. H. 

201153. OLIVER, born November 2,^. [817; unmarried; died October 1 iS); in Xew York. 

( x-3-1 1-77-274-68S-2102) 20525. 

SANFORD, son of Sanford and l-"lizabeth (Fitch) Kingsbury, born, 1783; married Hannah 
Agry : grad. Dartmouth. Coll.. i.'^oi. class with Daniel Webster; studied law in Litch- 
field, Conn.; after being admitted to the bar removed to Gardiner. Maine; there com- 
menced a successful law practice in 1804; afterward a Judge in one of the Courts; 
later a banker; died suddenly in 1849. 

CHILDREN; 

204750. S.\NFORD .\.. bom January 19. 1809; married. September 19. l8ji. Sylvn-a K. Rob- 

inson. 

204751. CAROLINE H.. born December ,?i. 181 1; died January 12. 1813. 

204752. GEORGE H.. born Octoljer 7. 1816; married. .August 27. 1855. Mary E. Barstow. 

(X-3-11-77-274-6S9-J111 ) 20610 and 206J4. 

LOIS, diiughter of Joseph and Lois Richards (Porter) Kingsbury, born Jamiary 14. 1781. in 
Coventry. Conn.; married. November ,;. 1805. Ira Lillie. born. 1782. She died Novem- 
ber 20. 1811. No children. 

PERSIS, sister of Lois, barn December 10. 1789, ii\ Coventry. Conn. ; married. May 2. 1813. 
Ira Lillie. He was a farmer ifi Coventry. Conn; died November 30. 182.^ She died 
October 31, 1854. 

ISSUE: 

Marcus Lillie, born March 3, 1814; married, first. .May 24. i8.?6, Eunice Porter, died 
March 28. 1877: married, second. April. 1868. Ruth M. Kingsbury. 

Elizabeth Lillie, born November 26. 1817; married. September 15. 1835, Kingsbury 
Root. One child. Willislon Kingsbury (Root), born December 8. 18.15; <''^''' 
March 5. 1846. 

Jannettc Lillie. born May 31. 1821 ; married. May 1. i.'^^o. A J nallin. .She died Janu- 
ary 13. 1875. 

(x-3-11-77-274-689-2111 ) 206n. 

OLIVER, son of Joseph and Lois Richards (Porter) Kingsbury, born June 24. 1782. in Cov- 
entry, Conn.; married. April 28. 1803. Cynlhia Wing, born November 22. 1782. in Wind- 
sor. Conn., died March 21, 1856. He died Xovember 12. 1809. 

CllII.|)Ki:X ; 

205610. M.ARI.A. born May 12. 1806; married. . Dr. Alonzo Streeter. 

20561 1. OLIVER RICHMOND, liorn March 15. 1809; married. April 26. 1838. Su.san Pat- 

terson. 
Oliver's widow married Shubeul Brewster. 



no KIN(iSBURY GENEALOGY. 

(x-3-ii-77-274-()S9-ji 1 1 ) 20612. 

EUNICE BACKUS, daugluur of Joscpli ami Lms Richards (Porter) Kingiljury, Ijorn No- 

\(_iiil>ir 17, 1784. in Coventry. Conn.: married. Xovemlier . 180J. Ebenezer Porter: 

died July 3. 1831. She died January 6. 1833. 

ISSUE: 

Snl'lirniic I'lirtcr. liorn Seplcuilier J6, 1803: married. Daniel Wight, born January 14. 
1793: died. New ^'ork City. October 19, 1864. They had chiUlrei] : Edwin .\lather 
Wight. born (Jclobei 31, i8if-i: m,ariie<l .Mary Virginia Uall : ; re^ided. New \ ork 
York City: lawyer: grad. \Villiam^ Coll., 1857; Alice .-Moe Wight, born March 21, 
1849: married. Robert C. Trenliath : resided. Somerville. Three children : Emily 
Jessie. Robert Wigh.t. .^licc. 

lu'SdiiHii Porter, born Ajn-i! \2. 1806, 

.l/i';//-.ii- //. I'urtcr. boiai .\ugust . r8i->: died September 5, iSiX. 

Alva Portt-r. born .April . 1814: married John C. Mather. They had three chihlreu. 

(x-3-ii-77-274-()89-JT 1 1 I 20613. 

WARD, son of Joseph and Lois RichanL (Porter) Kingsbury, boiii Jamuny to, 1787. in Cov- 
entry. Conn.: married, February 2. 1808. Irene .\very, liorn February 2J. 1787, died 
Feliruary 10. 1856. lie died February 6, 1844. from injuries received by a saw log 
rolling o\er him. 

CHlLnREX: 

2056.V). LOUIS.A. born July 24. 1811: married, J.anuary 10, 1833, Ebenezer Parsons. She 

died January i. 1852. 
205(131. LI.AN.A. born January 22. 1813: niarri'.'d. .\pril 19. 1838, .Mathew .\llyn. of Wells- 

ington. Ohio. 
205632. EBENEZER. l)orn July 16. 1821. in Coventry. Conn.; inarrieil. Xovember 2(). 1846. 

Climena Llitchcoclc. 

{ .\-3- 1 I -77-274-689-21 I I ) 20615. 

ELECTA, daughter of Iosei)h and Lois Rich.irds (Porter) Kingsbury, born June 9, I7')i: 
m.inied, .March 8, 1810. Levi Swcetlaud. She died December 6. [848; found senselos 
at the foot of the stairs in her own liou'-e. down wdiich she is supposed to have fallen in 
a tit of apoplexy. 

ISSUE: 

Mary .Inn Sxiwtlaud. born July 18. iSi I : uiarricd. December 211. 18,15. 'ieorge N. 

L( ti >uns. 
(Ilhcr WnUi'tl SxK'ccllaml . born June 12. 1817: unmarried: i.hK:i\ -\pril 2^. 18,58. 
Ilriiry Kirkc H'lnlr .Sicc.-llainl . born May 28. 1821; married. Li.zie Mann: w.is a fine 

nuisician and composer: died soon after marriage. June 19. 1852. 
Harriet Elizabclli Svcctlaiul . liorn I'ebruary 24. 1824: uiarrieil (.ieorge Pomeroy, and 

died May 14. 1853. 
Levi ParsDiis .S'^eeetlantl born .\]iril 25, 1S27; died July 13, 1854. 
Electa's husband -luvived her. and UKirrieil So]ihrone Edgerton. by whom he had one 
daughter. .Mehitabel. He died .May 9. 1851. 



Sl'VI'NTH CIvNl' RATION. iir 

Mhi'v Ann bad /.I'./jii.v Cliildrcn : 

ll'illiain Sciciio. liorn Scplcnilicr j.?, iSyi; married Mary I'orU-r, 1870, One cliiM. 

Freddie. 
Olii'cr Si^'cctlainl. burn M.ncb id, 1X3S; married M. Lcmise Smilh. 
Marv liUzahclh. bnrn .May ,i 1S.41 ; married, lir-.t. Jannary 14, 1866. Frank C. Buckland. 

\\\v) (bed Mareb 10. 1874. ( )ne eb'ld. \nna .May. burn Jannary 6. 1869: married, 

.second. .May 18. i87(), l^'ranl- I lenry Wliilnn. 

Harriet b'.li/.abetii bad /'owi'ii'.v (^'bildren ; 

George lleiiry. Imrn .May ,\\. 1845: cbed October i, 184O. 
Gcorgiana. born April 21. 184(1. 

.\liee. born iSIarcli 17, 184^: (bed Ocloliei _>7, 1852. 
/'(;ji)i7, liorn ; died Se])tember 11. 1805. 

( x-.f-i i-77-J74-(i8(hJi I 1 I 2061b. 

MARY, daiiKhter of Jo.seiih and l.ois Kicbards (.I'orter) Kingsl)nry. born October 3. 171J3; 
m.irried. May. 181.5. Hailan Pase. an active and devoted Cbristian. wliose memoir was 
pnbbshed by tbe .American 'I'ract Society. He died Seiitembcr 2X i8.v|. aged 43. v.'itli 
the reward of tho.se ■A\bo turn many lo rigbleonsncss." Sb.e died July J3. 183S. longing 
to lie with the Sa\-iour. The picture of the "old homestead.'" at close of record of 
2111. was copied fr(jm a palming by Harlan Page. He was a mail "diligent in business." 
as well as a "spiritual thermometer of the church." The comiiiler of this genealogy 
lias a bass viol made by him. which was also played by him in "the old meeting house at 
North Coventry. Conn." 

ISSUE: 

Erivin Page, liorn August 11, 1815. in Coventry, Conn.: unmarried: grad. .Marietta 
Coll., 1841, Lane The(jlogical Seminary. 1844. licensed to preach, but never ordained: 
died at Cincinnati. Ohio. .August 8. 1865. 

Electa Maria Page, born October 22. 1817: married. July 18, 1843, Rev. John Lewis. 
born Walpolc. N. II.: a devoted and successful minister in Plallcville. Wis.. 
who died September 2. i860. No chihh-en. She resides in Ftaraboo. Wis. 

Cyrus Page, born May i.> i8jj. in Coveiitrv: married. .March. 184.'. Sophronia Daven- 
port, He died .April. 1843. 

Jlarlaii Mariiis Page. Ixirn January 1. 1833. in New York City: married, January 1. iH(A>. 
Sarah Eliza Turner, of Utica. N. \.: grad. l5eloit Coll. about 1856; he went into 
the newspaper business in Platteville, Wis,, afterward on editorial stalT" of the 
Wisconsin State Journal. He died at Baraboo. Wis., June 15. 1886. Two children: 
Josie Electa Page, born Se]itember 11, i8(j8. in .Madi.son, Wis.: Harlan Kingsbury 
Page, born January lO. 1874. Nb^llur and daughter were talented musicians. 
"Madame Sara Elise Page was prima ilouiia of the Olof Bull concert troupe, a body 
of fine presence, who .i;ain> the fav(.r ol lier audience from the start; her voice is a 
rich, melodious .soprano, of great power and compass, which she uses to good ad- 
vantage." "The wonderful child artiste. Mdlle. Josie Page, is a little jewel, has a 
remarkable voice, which she uses with great ease, singing the most dillicult music 
with a thoroughly clear enunciation." Iowa State Register. 

(x-.?-i t-77-274-(t?9-2i 1 1 ) 20617. 

ROXANA, daughter of Joseph and Lois Richards (Porter) Kingsbury, born .\ugust .=;. 
1 7(,(i, in Coventry : married. September .'0. 1815, I )aniel Wight. She had a literary taste, 
and was an observant. iiUelligent Christian woman: died July JI, l8jS. 



KINGSBURY GENEALOGY. 



ISSUE: 



Scri-no Ihlwiii iri;^ht. iMirii September 28. 1816. in Coventry, died. 1832. 

Cunu-lia Wight, born Octol^er 8. 1818, in Coventry; died. 1829. 

William Ward Wight, born February 4. 1821 ; married. July 10. 1844. Lydia .Ann Pot- 
win Van -Akin, a descendant of Rev. Potwin. first minister of East Windsor. 

Conn.. 1)orn .August 7. 1824. He died .April 20. 186S. Four cbildren : (i) Daniel 
I'orler (Wight), b^rn .August 16, 1846; (2) William Ward (Wight), born January 
14. 1849, married, June 20 1876, Sarah Emily West, daughter of Samuel Chamber- 
lin and .Almira Louis.i (Kent) West, nf Milwaukee, born January 30, 1846; died 
Februarv i, 1877. of malignant smallpox, in Milwaukee. Wis. He is Librarian 
of the .Milwaukee Law Library: (.5) Clara Elizabeth (Wight), born October 9. 
1852: is a teacher, and resides in Troy N. Y. ; (4) .Arthur Merriam (Wight), born 
.April 20, i860. 

Jost'tli Kingsbury Wight, born February 9, 1824; married. August 16, 1848. Elizalieth 
N. Van Dyke: grad. Williams Coll. and Princeton Theolog. Scni. : missionary to 
China. 1849 to 1852 They had seventeen children: (i ) Lizzie L.. born August 4. 
1849. in Ningpo. China: (2) Fannie, born September j. 1850, in Shanghai, China: 
(3) Alice Malcolm, born October 7. 1851. in Shanghai, China, died November 8. 
1861 : {4) Emma, born November 11. i8()2. in Shanghai. China; (5) Anna Isabella. 
born October 13. 1853. in Shanghai. China, died May i. i8()8; (6) Cara Coulter, 
born June 11, 1855. in Sand Lake, N. Y., died November lO. i86r : (7) Joseph .Ad- 
dison, born June 17, 1858, in Sand Lake, N. Y,, died July 11. 1858; (8) Joseph Ad- 
dison, bori. June !0. 1859. in New Hamburg. N, Y,. killed by the cars in the tunnel 
of the H, R. R. R., south of New Hamburg. July 17, 18S0: (g) James EUesdie, born 
.August 2. i860, in New Hamburg, N. Y. ; (10) Luther: (ii) Calvin, born Septem- 
ber 8. 1861. in New Hamburg. N. A'.: (12) Margaret Van Dyke, born November 
22, 1862, in New Hamburg. N. A'.: (13) Mary Rankin, born .April 2, 1865, in New 
Hamburg, N. A',, died .August 7, 1865: (14) Mary Sheafe, born June 24, i865, in 
New Hamburg, N, A".: (15) Jessie Kingsbury, born November 12. 1867, in New 
Hamburg., N. Y. : (16) Edward Van Dyke, born May 13, 1869. in New Hamburg, 
N, A'.: (17) Julia Crosby, liorn February 14. 1871. in New Hamburg, N, Y. 

George Wight, horn July 1, 1828, in Jewett City. N. A'.; died, infant 

Daniel Wight survived his first wife and married, second, .Sophrone Porter, a niece of 
his first wife, by whom he had two children: Edwin Alather Wight, born October 31. 1836. 
married .Mary Virginia Ball: .Alice .Aloe Wight, horn March 21. 1849. married Robert C. Tren- 
liath. Daniel died in New ^'Ilrk City. October ig. 18O4. He was the son of Daniel and Polly 

Puffer, son of Peter and Mary . son of Daniel and Lydia Easter, son of Ephraim ami 

Lydia Morse, son of Thrnnas and .Alice . who came from Isle of Wight to Dedhani. Mass.. 

before 1637. 

(x-yU'77-274-C,^ri-sii^ ) 206J8. 

RUTH, daughter of Joseph and Lois Richards (Porter) Kingsbury, lioru .April 24. 1798, in 
Coventry: married. November 26 1818, Siui",)n Tracy, a merchant, born Alay 3. 1796. in 
Franklin, Conn, She died October 27, 1831. 

ISSUE: 

Addison Lcander Tracy, bdrn October 25. 1S19, in Lebanon. Conn,; married, first, Jan- 
uary 14. 1845. LueiKi P, Hunt, of Ellington, Conn, died .August 3. 1846. One son: 
Theodore H,. born .May 10. 1846, in Rockville: married. M:irch 10. 1868, Jeaniiie 
Pierce, lioru July 4. 184O. in Elmwood, Illinois. Had four children: F. Monica, 
bum December 16, 1868; William .Addison, born December 3. 1871 : I. Ruth, born 
January 14, 1875: T. Pierce, born November 19. 1876. Married, second, .April 8. 
1848, Ann L. Tracy, of Ellington, Conn. Four children: (i) Mary R., born Jan- 




Mary Farrar Price Kingsbury, 
Born 1804 - Died 1888. 




Hcv. AddisiJii Kingsbury, D. D. 
Born 1800— Died 1892. 



. 



SEVENTH GENERATION. 113 

uary 20, 1849. in Rockvillo, dic-d Novcnihcr uj. 1851, in Rockviilc; (2) Frederic B.. 
born Septemlx-r 3. 185J, married, Juno 6. 1S7S. .Mary B. Rogers, of Elnnv.vjd. 
Illinois; (3) Daniel C. luini Aj.ril S. 1S57, and died November y. 1857, in Elmwood; 
(4) Sarah A., born Ansiisl 8. 185S, and dird Angnst 7, 1S60, in Elmwood. 
Lois Abby Tracy, born July J\. iXji, in I.eliaiion. Conn.; married, .\ngnst .>4, 184.'. in 
Rockville, Eli Gifford. Five children ; ( 1 ) .Monzo Tracy, born .\ugnst ij. 1843. 
married, Angnst u. 18(17. I^llen Walker, of Ilopedalc. Mass. Three children: Lois 
Eliza, born September 11. i8()S, in ll.iped.ile; Mand Lena, born Jnly 10, 1872, in 
Providence, R. I., Richard Tracy, liorn Angnst 2.), i87(), in Providence; (2) Riilh 
Louise, born Jannary g 18.1(1. married, Novemlier 17. 1870, in iMtchbnrg, Mass., 
Charles E. Sheldon. One child- label Rnth Lonise, born Jnne 16. 1874. reside in 
Akron. Ohio; {3) George Fitch, born .March 29, 1848, married, January 2,^. 1872. 
Ellen L. Stevens, of Elmwood. llinois. Three children: ,\bbie. .-\gne.s. born 
January 5. 1873 : ,1 son. horn October >^. 1875, died, infant : a daughter, born .March 
5. 1877, died, infant: (4) Ellen Maria, liorn .\ugnst 5, 1850, married, September 14, 
1876, in Fitchburg, Daniel Simonds. 2 children : .Alvan Tracy, born December 2,^. 
1876; Harlan Kennoth, born January 5. 18S3; (5) Emma Lillie, horn May 31, 
1857, married December 10. 1874, in Fitchburg, Isaac Carey .Alden. Three children: 
Lora Standish, burn October 16. 1875; Elizabeth Kingsbury, born August 27, 1878; 
Henry, born Decendier 21, 1881. 
Simon Kingsbury Tnuy. born October 2,^. 1831, in Norwich; died November 3, 18(14, i" 
Hartford, Conn. 

Simon Tracy married, second Frances .Xdams. of Canterbury. Conn.: died May 4. 
1834. in Norwich. Conn. Xo children. Third. December 13. 1835. Maria .Iheel, of 

Franklin. Conn., died . in Rockville. Conn. One child: Harlan Page, born 

March 2. 1840. married. Jnne 16. 1869. Emily .Sedgwick, of Cornwall Hollow. Conn. 
Had chdd: John Sedgwick (Tracy), b;. rn Sepleniber IQ. 1S72. 

Simon Tracy died in Rock\i]le. Conn.. March (May?) II. 1834. 

f.x-.Vii-77-274-6So Ji I I 1 20619. 

ADDISON, (Rev.), son of Joseph and Lois Ricb.irds (Porter) Kingshurx. born Jnly 5. 1800, 
m Coventry, Conn.: married, first. .-Xpril 27. 1830. Emma Little, daughter of Jesse and 
Martha (GerrishI Little, born May 4, 1808, in West Boscawen (now Webster), N. H.; 
died .•\ngust 11, 1830: married, second. August 20, 1832. Mary I*'arrar Price, born De- 
cember 26, 1804, in West Boscawen. N. IL. daughter of Rev. Ebenezer and Lucy (Far- 
rar) Price, son of William and Sarah (Giddings) Price, son of Capt, William and Sarah 
(Hidden) Price, who came from Wales, and settled in Rowley, Mass., about 1720, was 
knocked overboard from his vessel in the Straits of Gibraltar. 17,^3; was grand-niece of 
Hon, Timothy Farrar, LL.D.. Chief Justice Supreme Court State of New Hampshire: 
was granddaughter of Humphrey and Lucy Farrar, son of George, born February 16. 

1705, and , son of George, born .\ugiist 16. 1670. and Mary (How) Farrar. son of 

Jacob and Hannah Farrar. son of J;icob Farrar, admitted Freeman. 1653, settled 

in Lancaster, N. H.. was killed by the Indians, August 22, 1675. After married life of 
fifty-si.x years, she died January 17, 1888. Rev. .\ddison was a shoemaker till the di- 
vinity that shapes our ends, nnigh hew llieiii how we may." entered, giving a new pur- 
pose in life — "woe is me if I preach nol ihe Gospel." There are ".sermons in stones." 
and kneeling beside the granite b(ntlder shown in foreground of the picture of the old 
Iwiiicslcad (with record of 2111), the sorrowing farmer boy sought and found a Saviour. 
Feeling the possibilities of wider usefulness, he determined to develop them. This led 
to preparation for the work, fitting for college under the private instrnclion of Rev. 
George .-\. Calhoun (class of 1817). Covenlry: entered Amherst College. 1823, hut com- 
pelled, by serious sickness, to leave after the tirst yean. taught al Norwich I-'alls, Conn.; 
in .'\ndover Theolog, Sent.. 1825-1828: licensed by the .Andover Association, meeting 
with Rev. Freegrace Raynolds. W'ihningtoii. .\|iril 22. 1828, He was ordained as an 



114 KINGSBURY GENEALOGY. 

evangelist by the Pi-c>liytery (if Xcwliuryport. Seiitenilier 25, 1828. His route from 
New York City liy Imat to Albany, liy canal fn>in Schenectady to Utica, stage to Buf- 
falo, steamer to Dimkirk. stage via Conneaut, Ohio, to Wheeling, \V. Va., where he spent 
the second Sabbath, from Wheeling on Virginia side of the Ohio river, to point opposite 
Newport, landing at Marietta, Ohio, October 28. 1828. He labored for one year as 
home missionary in Washington County, Ohio, under commission from the American 
Home Missionary Society, being of the second company sent out by that society. In 
autumn of 1829 was installed at Beli>re. Ohio, pastor of the united churches of Belpre. 
Ohio, and Warren. Ohi.i. Kev. R, Ci. Wilson preached the sermon and gave the charge 
to the people; the Kev. John Spaulding gave the charge to the pastor, .\fter ten years' 
(1829-1839) lalKir. called tn the Presbyterian church of Putnam. Ohio (now a ward of 
Zanesville). serving till April. 1S78. when he resigned, having completed a half century 
tif ministerial service. The presbytery, at the request of the church, hcmored him as 
"pastor emeritus"; resided at Marietta until his death. January 25, 1892. aged 92. 

He was a member of the New England Historic-Genealogical Society of Boston, 
Mass.. a trustee for thirty-eight years of the Putnam Female Seminary, for thirty-one 
years of Lane Theological Seminary, and for fifty-three years of Marietta College. The 
last named institution conferred upon him the degree of Doctor of Divinity in 1854. 
He pulilished two historical sketches of his church at Putnam and a Histor}- of the 
Synod of Ohio (was the oldest member of thai synod at his death). He was from the 
church at Coventry, Conn., in which Harlan Page was reared, and drank largely of the 
.spirit of that devoted man, who was with him at the stone by the roadside, wrestling in 
prayer as did the Patriarch Jacob, 

Dr. H. M. Field says of him in the Xew York Evangelist: "He was prolialily the 
oldest, and. u]) to recent ye.irs, alimist the best known of our ministers west of the Ohio. 
He was among the most xealuus and eflicient of those pioneers of the Church who be- 
gan their ministry at the frnnt. when Ohio was yet largely a wilderness." 

From his "Memorial D.iy" I glean: "It grieves me to think I have not met my own 
sense of what is due frrmi one that is .set to watch for souls. But I have felt that 
preaching was the great, the important duty of a minister, and that whatever else was, 
omitted, this must not be neglected. Had I possessed greater physical vigor, a more 
active mind and inventive "faculty,' with a more holy heart, doubtless I could have ac- 
complished more for the cause of Christ and your edification. But 'such as I had I gave.' 
For your forbearance and multiplied favors I am grateful. When strength was wasted 
and health failed, you not only cheerfully released me from l.ibor. hut provided the 
means of recreation and returning health. To your indulgence, and the assiduities of 
one who has borne the burden of cares and labors, not properly her own, and whose 
vigilance has never slept, I owe the preservation of life and the measure of health 
xvliich. through God's mercy. I enjoy." 

Fri in "Historial Resume of Putnam Presbyterian Church": From the first "I deter- 
iiiined to know nothing among you save Jesus the Crucified (Jne," To that determination 
1 have atlhered in all good conscience to this day. I have not shunned to declare all the 
counsel of God, "Courting no man's favor and fearing no ones frown, seeking only to 
please you for you edification, "I have kept back nothing that was profitable, but have 
taught you publicly, and from house to house, testifying to all repentance toward Goil 
and faith in our Lord Jesus Christ." 

At the age of four-score I quote, as my own. the sentiments expresssed by the Rev. 
.Mljerl Barnes ; 

So glides my life away, and so at last. 
.My share of duties decently fulfilled. 
May some disease, not tarcly to perforin 
Its destined office, yet with gentle stroke. 
Dismiss me. weary, to a safe retreat 
Pieiuath the turf that 1 have often trod." 

He and his wives and two sons. Harlan Page and Frederick William, await the 
resurrection morn in Woodlawn Cemetery, in Zanesville, Ohio, 



SEVENTH (ilvNICKATION. 115 

CHII.DRI'.X: 

205090. HARLAN 1'A(;F., lioni August 12. iS.^O. in West Boscawcn. \. II.; iiuirrictl. Sop- 

teinlxT n. 1862. Mary Rllcn Haver, of Piitnain. Ohio. 
2a56<ji. JOSEPH ADDISON. Iiorn Septtuihcr 26. 1840. in I'litnam. Olii >: nurrii-il, January 

18. 1866. Sarah Elizahi-tli Shipm.in. of Marietta. Ohio. 
20,>6(j2. FREDERICK WILI.IA.M, honi ()fi..|ier 4. iS^.i. in I'ntnani. Ohio; died January 1. 

1849. .A diitifnl and lovin.^; lniy ; wrote miniature sermons in liis fathers study. 

and preached to an imasinary audience, using a trunU for his pulpit. 
-'Ojfxjj. .ALICE (?). Ix.ni July, 184S; died, infant. 

.Among the pleasant congratulations rccei\ed on the occasion of their golden wedding was 
the following, from the ehkst son. wlio wa- unalile to he ]n-esenl : 

.\ugUSl 20. 1882. 

.My Dear Father and .\loilier: .\ecepl on ibis Hiemor;dile d.ay— this fiftieth anniversary of 
\our marriage — our warmest congratulations. \in\ need no assurances of our joy that we are 
permitted to welcome this day. nor of our gratitude that we shall in heaven and on earth. 
though not all present in the hody. •'magnify the Lord with you and exalt His name together." 

Life hath its harren years. 
When hlossoms fall imtimely down. 
When ri])ened fruita.ge fails to crown 
llu- ^unnner's toil, — ulien nature's frown 

I'rovokes iniwdling tears. 

Life hath its faithless days. 
The golden promi.se of the morn. 
Thai >eemed for light ami gladness horn. 
.Meant only noonti<le wreeh — hearts torn. 

Hushed harp instead of praise. 

Life li;ilh its valleys, too. 
W here we 11111st walU in vain regret 
In nioiiining cloilied. Willi tears we wet 
Ashes of hopes our memories yet 

Would fain einhalm as true. 

Life hath its harvest moons. 
Its lassellcd corn, and i)urplc-weighted vine. 
Its gathered sheaves of grain, the hlcssed sign 
Of pleiUeoiis lircad and fruil and pure rich wine. — 

h'ull hearts for harvest tunes. 

Life iKith its hopes fullilled. 
Its glad fruitions, its hiest answered prayer 
Sweeter for waiting long. Their fragrant air 
Breathed hy helievin.g souls, evokes a rare 

Sustaining peace, hy joy distilled. 

This is jiresented in llie name and with the love of all your children and grandchildren, 

(x-,v 11 -77-274-080-21 1 I I 20620. 

EMELINE, daughter of Joseph and Lois Richards (,1'orter; Kingsliiiry. horn .March 2. 180.V 
in Coventry. Conn.; married. Septcmher 18. 1826. .Mvin Kingshury. son of Jahez and 
Freelove ( Utiey ) Kingshury. horn March <J. 180.V in Coventry. Conn.; a merchant and 
manufacturer of woolen goods; died Deceniher 8. 1S67. in (ireen Point. L. I, She died 
Octoher 7, 1877, 



ii6 KINGSBURY GENEALOGY. 

CHILDREN (all born in Coventry) : 

205700. MARTH.\ ROX.\N.A. born .\ugust 20. 1828: married. May 16. 1847, Charles A. 

King.'.bury, son of Epbraini and Clarissa (Bingham) Kingsbnry. 

205701. JOSEPH, born October 31, 18.30; died Angnst 31. 1853. 

205702. RUTH M.. liorn November 8. 1832; married. .April. 1868. Hon. Marcus Lillie. - 

205703. .ADDISON, liorn November 15. 1835; married, first, October 26. 1858. Charlotte 

Elizabeth Lillie; second, October, 27, 1881. Sarah M. Scott; third, January 24. 
igoi. Mrs. Ida May (Warner) Roliertson, of Bridgeport, Conn. 

205704. ANDREW BACKUS, born November 15. 1837; died Angnst 20, 1841. 

(x-3-1 1 -77-274-689-21 14) 20640. 

MARY REYNOLDS, dangiiter of Ebenezer and Hannah (Williston) Kingsbnry, born De- 
cemljcr 29, 1794, m Jericho, Vermont; married, November 3, 1823, Jabez Tyler, of 
Harford, Pa., born March 13. 1787. in Attleboro. Mass. ; died April 9, 1864, in Ararat. Pa. 
Pa. 

ISSUE (born at Ararat, Pa.) ; 

U'lUiston Kiii};sbury Tylrr. liorn October 11, 1825; married Jane Harris. No children 
Died October 15. 1S64, Louisville. Ky, 

EbciicciT Dcnisoit Tyler, born February 6, 1828; married. May 12, 1868. Lucy Ladd. 
born January ID, 1843. Two children born at .Ararat, Pa : Mary Ella, born Feb- 
ruary 26, 1869; Harriet Eva, born Janu:iry 9, 1871. 

Julius Tyler, born October 2.3. 1832; married. May 17. 1865. Ellen Clarissa I'letcher, 
born April 18. 1843; resides Thompson. Pa. 

(x-,v 1 1 -77-274-689-2 114) 20644. 

SARAH STORRS, daughter of Ebenezer and Llannah (Williston) Kingsbury, Ixirn March 
14, 1801, in Jericho, Vermont; married. Novemlier 21, 1838. Rev. Lyman Richard.son, 
born March 20. 1790, in Attleboro. Mass, ; resided in Windsor, N. Y. ; removed to 
Harford. Pa., where he was Principal of Harford Academy 24 years. He died in 
Harford. October i. 1867. She died June 5. 1883 

The following "heart utterances, which she says could not be repressed, were written 
soon after she felt herself parentless" ; 

■■ My parents dear, who o'er your daughter's course 
From infancy to years mature have watched 
With lender, ceaseless, sympathizing care. 
Of you, dear parents, would your daughter speak. 
To God and you I owe it all that wreck 
Of cliaracter, of life, dear joys and hopes 
Beyond the .grave has not been made. Here oft 
The closet witnessed your approach to our 
Great Father to work within my heart to 
Will, and do. His own good pleasure. How firm 
Yet gentle yonr restraints on childhood's faults 
And follies. To .guide my youthful steps aright 
How faithfully you led me up to God's 
LTnerring rule of faith and practice. Through 
.-Ml your lives, how kind your sympathy. Fain 
Would .vou extricate each cruel thorn of earth 
And by your precepts and example, too. 
Lead me to Gilead's balm for healing, 
O ! should your erring daughter ever reach that 
World of bliss which (Sod's good w'ord reveals will 
Not her praises to the great Three One, tell 
Loud her estimate of the gift of 
Loving, faithful parents." 



SEVENTH GKNERATION. 117 

ISSL'E; 

Edward Kingsbury Richardson, hum .March 16. 1S40, in Windsor. X. V.; niarricfl. Feb- 
ruary ij. 1867. Mary Addis Sniilh. of Oxford, N. J., horn Octolx-r 5, 1846; resided 
in Great Bend. Pa. Four children: (i) Frankhn Howard, and (j) Frederick 
Warren, twins, horn Decenilier 14. 1.S67, in Oxford, N. J.; (.^) Fuigene Coy. born 
October 25, i8rkS, in N. .Milford. i>a.: (4) Nelhe, l)orn Octoln-r 11. 187^. in N. .Mil- 
ford. 

George Lcc Riehardson. horn September 17. 1841. in Harford. Pa.: died October 9, 1859. 

Lyman Ely Riehardson. horn Xo\ ember 13. 1844. in Harford. Pa.: died January _-. 1S70. 

(x-3-n-77-_>74-r)R9-2i 14 1 20643. 

EBENEZER, (Hon.), son of F.hcne7er and Hannah (Williston) Kingsbury, horn June 13, 
1804, in Jericho. Vermont: married, November 4. 1829. F.hzabcth Harlow Fuller, born 
January i. 1805. in Norwich. Conn. 

,\t eight years of age he removed with his parents to Harford. Susquehanna County, Pa. 
.■\t the age of twenty he commenced ihe study of law with the Hon. William Jessup, of Mom 
rose. Pa., and was admitted to the bar of S'.'sqnehanna County, September 2, 1828. He received 
tlie appointment of Deputy Attorney-General of the State in i8.!0. removing from Montrose to 
Carbondalc. thence to Honesdale, Pa., where he contimied to reside until his death. April 15, 
1844. From 1833 to 1840 he was editor and proprietor of the "Wayne County Herald," a 
weekly paper published in Honesdale. In 1837 he was elected to the Senate of the State of 
Pennsylvania, for four years representing in that body the senatorial district comprising 
Wayne, Luzerne. Monroe, and Pike counties, and a considerable portion of that lime was 
Speaker of the Senate. 

.•\t a meeting of the members of the B:n- of Wayne CouiUy. convened innnediately after 
his decease, to take such action as the event seemed to call for. it was said of him: "When 
the sad intelligence of his <le:ith reaches the capital of our State, it cannot fail to awaken a 
similar expression of sympathy ;iiul regret which will tnove coeval with, tltat solenm informa- 
tion to the home of every legislator and oificer of State with whom ottr departed friend met 
and associated during his public political rtpresentation of the interests, not only of his con- 
stituents at home, but the State generally. We shall refer to no particular act of his public 
career — that belongs to another occasion: let it suttee, in the present and mournful occasion. 
to know that while filling the highest office in the State, save the Executive, the same high and 
unflinching integrity, the same pure and unsullied principles of honor actuated his fearless 
conduct and crowned his noble and untiring efforts, that proved his incentive and guided his 
motives while an editor and advocate of rep;:bliean principles in his own country." 

He was also entrusted by his fellow citizens with numerous subordinate ofl'ices. and in his 
official relations conciliated the friendship of all with whom be had intercourse. He took a 
lively interest in the cause of education, and to his exertions and influence the .schools of 
higher order of the Borough of Honesdale were greatly indebted for their prosperity. In the 
year 1831 he made a public profession of religion, and united with the Presbyterian church of 
Montrose, and on his removal to Honesdale changed his relations to the Presbyterian church 
there. He was at the time of his decease elder of the church. President of the Board of 
Trusteees, and Superintendent of the Sabbath school. 

On returning frotn an absence of several weeks, he was severely attacked with disease, 
and from the first entertained a firm persuasion that he would not recover. .After an illness 
of little more than a week, he expired in the full possession of bis reason and in an assured hope 
of a glorious and eternal rest. On the day of his decease, after uniting in prayer with his pas- 
tor, he himself, to the surprise of all. offered, in a clear and distinct voice, a prayer for himself 
and family, commending all to God and consecrating himself anew to his Saviour. His last 
words were: "The Saviour is precious"; "it is all over"; "I do love God"; "I am perfectly 
happy." 

In the year 1857 his wife renio\ed from Honesdale to Scranton, where she resided until 
the time of her decease. June 13. 1871. On the 6th of June. 1858. she changed her relation 



ii8 KINGSBURY GRNlvALOGY. 

with the Pi-fsliyterian chiircli of H..ncsdale, of which for many years site had heen a member. 
t,. the First Presl.yterian clnirch of Scraiiton. She was a faithful, tender, and afifectionate 
wife and mother, and wliether m tlic performance of her domestic duties or in the family 
circle gathered around the hearth'.t..ne or in the social rel.ations of life, she ever adorned the 
character of a benevolent and true Christian woman. 

CHILLM^EN: 

2n=,g50. HENRY .-VUGUSTUS. liom Decemher lo. i>^,?o. in Montrose. Pa.; married. Octolier 

6. 1857. Sarah R. Hutchinson. 
J05951. EDWARi:) PAYSON l.nrn April 12. 18.12. in Carbondale. Pa.; died July .^i. iS.l.V 
20S()h- EDW.ARl) P.^YSON. born May 19. 1834. in Honcsdale. Pa.; married. February 1.?. 

18O1. .\nna L. Kressier ; resided. Amherst. 
.'0595,1. .MARY ELIZABETH. b.>rn June 0. i8;,(.. in Honcsdale. I'a. ; resided. Amherst. 

Mass. 
J05954. EMEl.INF. CHAPMAN", b.nu July 1. 183S; died January 19. 18(10, ni Cohoes. N. Y.. 

in full triumph of faith. 
205955. C.\R()LINE NEAL. born May 9. 184.I. m Honcsdale. Pa.; married. Janu.iry 24. 

iS(i5. Col. Frederick L. Hitchcock. 

(x-.v 1 I -77- J/4-680-2 114) 20647. 

PAYSON, son of F.benezer and Hannah ( Willistdu ) Kingsbury, born Octolier 7. 1808. m 
Jericho. \'ennont ; married. Seiilembrr 21 . 18.17. Nancy .Morgan Kingsley (or Kinsley), 
He was a merchant in Harford. Pa., where he died. October 20, 1^4,1. .\ ilevoiU and 
active Christian, he fulfilled, with rare fidelily. his responsibilities 111 the varied rel.itious 
of life. He honored the office of Deacon in the Church, wa- Superinleudeiit of ibe 
Sahhatli .school, and active in the cause of temperance. 

CHILDREN ; 

20.5970. M,\RV. born June 24. i8,l(). in Harf.ird. Pa.; died. Novembu- 25. 184,1. 

20.5971. I'XLEN. born December 2. 1841. in Harford. Pa.; married llelli \'incent; resided m 

Fort Dodge. Iowa. 
.Mrs. Kingsbury niarrieil. second. CharU- Toi re.\'. of lietbauy. W.iyne County. Pa. 

(n-,1- II -77-274-600-2 1 lot 20690. 

SANFORD, son of Eleazer and Abigail (.Hill) Kingsbury, born Febru;iry 22. 1780; UKirried. 
hrst. ; married, second. ; married, third. . 

CHILDREN; 

20(1400. .\ SI. n. born ; died, aged 16; accidentally shot. 

20(1401. IIICNRY. born ; married. . 

206402. R(,)S\YELL. born ; unmarried; died, a.ged 50. in Warelmuse Point. Conn. 

20640,1. .\BIG.\1L. born ; married. ; went west. 

206404. L\NE. born ; m.arried. . C.eor.ge P.. Rarnes. of Warehouse Point. Conn. 

(.\-,V 11-77-274-690-21 10) 20692. 

HORATIO GATES, son of F.le;i>'er and .\bigail (Hill) King-bury, born March o. 1785: 
,„;,,.|-je(l. . 1810. Sophia Peoble; resided near .\lbany. N. V. 

CHILDREN; 

206420. ELIZA S., horn . 1S12; married Rev. J. J, Ridley. D.D. ; resi.led in Tennessee. 

No children. 

206421. RL'SSELL H.. born ; married Elizabeth (hlliiiin. 



vSKVKNTH GENlvRATION. 119 

206422. CHARLES P. (Gcii.). iKirn , iSid. in Clytlc. X. V.; married . 1848, 

Mary McMillan, oi Fayctti.vilk', X. C. Xo children living. A General in the 
U. S. A.: wrote ■'Treatise on .\rtilb-ry and Infantry." N. V., 1852; died De- 
cember 25, 1879. 

206423, FREDERIC H., horn : nnniarriid : residence. Clyde, X. V. 

20O424, CAROLINE. iKiin . ab.nu 1S25; married II. .A. Hawkins, of I'-londa. Xo 

children. 
206425. CORX'ELI.A, born . about US25 ; married Rev. Dr. Beebe. Xo children. Died 

in St. Lonis. abovit 1851. 

( N-.v 1 1 -77-274-690-21 19 ) 20693. 

JOHN CLARK, son of Elea/er and .Vbigail (Hill) Kingsbnry, born .March 28. 1789. m Urai- 
tleboro. \'ernif>nt : married lirsi. .March 18, 1819. Snsan Goodrich, of Lyons. X. ^'. ; 
died June 26. l8jo; second, .Ma\ 29. 1S48. Mrs. Mary Ely, of Clyde. X. V. lie died 
.M.iy 29. 1849. aged 61. 

('II1I,1>K1:X iby lir.t wife) : 

2064.10. R.\RTON PRICE, born December 5. 1819, in Lyons. X. N'. ; m.arried. .Angnsi 12. 

1S52. Cornelia M. Broun. 

2064.11. .SUS.AN. born March ,10. 1822; numarned : died .\ugnst 28, 1847. 

2064.12. GILES J-\CKSON, born J:ninary 12, 1825, .\sybnn. I'tica, X. N'. 
2064.1,1. .ANN. born June 4, 18.10; nnm.arried : died December 9, 1864. 

(.\-i-.l-i 1-77-274 6yo-2 1 19) 20694. 

RUSSELL, son of Eleazer and .\bigail Cllill) Kingsbnry. born October 12. 1792. in Ware- 
house Point. Conn.; married, tir~.t, October , 1827. Mary .Sunnier Bryant, of .Scot- 
land Neck. Halifax Comity. N. C. died. i8,ifi; married, second. October. 18.17. Lucy R. 
Pickett, of Elizabeth City. X. C. born 1814, Removed from Connecticut to N'irginia 
.aboul 1812. and to Oxford, N. C. abfiut 1814-15, where he died .\ugust 5, 1856. 

CHILDREN (by first wife): 

206440. THEODORE BRV.VXT. born August 29, 1828; married. May 1. iS.si, Sallie J. 

Richardson. Other children born at Oxford. X. C. 

206441. HOR.VCE, liorn . 18,10; died, infant. 

206442. PA.MELIA. born . 18,12; died, infant. 

20644,1. DIHJ.\, born , 18,14; married Col T. li. N'euable. 

CniLDREX (by second wife) : 

206444. CHARLES FREDERICK, born .\ngust 28, 18.18. 

206445. FLORENCE, born February , 184S: married Dr. Thom,is I'ngli, of l'.:dlimore. 

206440. CAROLIXE PICKETT, born : died, 18.56. 

f '<-,3-i 1-77 -7-I-690-2121 ) 20710. 

PEREZE, sou of Samuel KusI and Kutb (.Steele) Kingsbnry. born Oct. 12. 1778, in Tolland. 
Conu, ; married, lirsi, No\ember 11, 180(1, So])hia I'ield, of 1 .on,g .Meadows. Mass; 
married, second, ,March 7. 181(1, .Mrs. .\nue (Hidwell) (.ircjver of Canton. Conn., born 
June 21). 1789. died .\ugust 11. 1874. He died .\ugnst 19. 1849. in Fishdale, ,Mass. 

( IIll.DREX (liy first wife) : 

2o6fxx3. .\.-\RON FIELD, born October 2, 1807 ( F. J. K. says Scpleniber 24) ; married, 18,11. 
Eliza Christiancy. 

CHILDR1-:X (by second wife): 

206601. ELISH.\ GROVER. bom December 11, 1816; married, first, . 18,18. Elvira 

Pfeiffer: married, sicoud. September 21, 1864, Ch:irIotle F. Kellani. 



izo KINGSBURY GENEALOGY. 

206602. NORMAN B., born February 24. 181S; unmarrii.il: killed by a fall from a wagon 

(neck broken), November 3. 1832-6. 

206603. SOPllI.V FIELD, hern December 16. 1819; niarrud. Seplemlier n. 1844, Horace 

Hiilburd. 

206604. S-VMUEL RUST, born December 6. 1821 ; married, , Mary Root (?). 

206605. DANIEL STEELE, born June 3, 1824; married, first, , 1847. Elizabeth Bar^ 

tbolomew ; married, second. , i860, Caroline H. Orwell. 

206606. GEORGE OLIVER, born .M.iy 16. 1825; married, first, March 22, 1846, Catherine A. 

Ross: second, August 12. 1851. Louisa G. Staples: third, January 2^. 1873, Emma 
B. Davis. 

206607. PHALL.'V HILL, born August 25. 1827; married, , 1840. Olney O. Brown. 

206608. JASPER BIDWELL. born October 5, 1830; married. August 19. 1851, Helen Belden. 

(X-3-11-77-274-600-2121 ) 20711. 

SAMUEL (Dr.). son of Samuel Rust and Ruth (Steele) Kingsbury, born September 26. 1782, 
in Tolland, Conn. : m.arricd. November, 1808, in Springfield. Mass., Jemima Chapin. 

CHILDREN: 

206610. CHARLES LYMAN, born July 3. 180Q: died March 23. 1S43. 

206611. MARGARET HOWARD. li.<rn April 11. 1811. in Springfield: married. May 11. 

1837. William B. Calhoun: died .April 7. 1877. 

206612. ELIZABF^TH, born August 14, 1813, in Springfield: married. August 30. 1837, Will 

iam Whitney Lee. 

206613. HANNAH WORTHINGTON, born April i. 1816, in Springfield: married, October 

3, 1843, Charles Paine: died March 21, 1847. 
206614.ABEL CHAPIN. bi.rn June ,?o, 1818; resided. Greenlnr^h. N. Y. 
20G615. FHOAIAS DWldin. born May 2,]. 1821 : ni.-irried, tirsi. .Mary Bryant: marnecl, 

second, Laura Bryant (sisters), of O.xford. N. C. Removed from O.Nford tn 

Arkadelphia. .Ark., where he died, October i, 1875. 
206616. GEORGE S., born .August 2y. 1823; married, first, Harriet Cabot: married, second, 

.Amelia Denniscm. ob. s. p. 

Bridgeman's Epitajihs. p. 124. gives tombstone record — Springfield. Mass., of 

/'r. Sainiicl Kiiigshiiry 
Died Jimc 18 1826 aged 46 

Jriiiiiiia 

His wife died Jan 20 1846 

X (u 

Chaiics L 

their son died March 2^. 18.13 

X 34 

(.X-3-1 1-77-274-600-2121 ) 20712. 

POLLY (M.\K\'). daughler of Samuel Rust .ind Rulb (Steele) Kingsbury, burn June 7. 

1786: married. . 1S14. Aiphcus Billings. She died 1832. One son, James Billings. 

married Julia Root Holmes, who had a daughter. Jeannie Frances Billings, married 
Julius H. Seymour, they have (hiughtcr, Su>:ui H. Seymiiur, Residence. New York City. 

(.x-3-1 1 -77-274-603-2 1 30) 20800. 

THOMAS, snn of Daniel and Martha (.Adams) King-bury. i)orn . 1780. in Brookfield. 

Vermont : married. . 

CHILDREN: 

207500. Daughter, born . 

207501. Daughter, born . 

207502. Daughter, born , 

207503. Son. born . 

207504. Son. born 



Seventh genivRation, 121 

(x-,vii-77-.27.l-f»M--'i.?o| 2080 J. 

BELA, M'li of Daniel and Manha (Adams) Kingsbury, horn , 17S2. in Brookficld. W-r- 

niont ; niatried. , Al)igail Bottom, daiigliter of Josc])!! and Betsey (Cutler) Bot- 
tom, born , 1792; (lied Seinenibir t.. 1S17-8. aged 26. lie was ,-| farmer; died 

.Marcb 11, 1822; age, 40, I'.nib buried in I'rooUficRl. \'ermont. 

CHlLDkl'.N: 

207510. BETSEY CUTLER, boru . 1X11 ; married .-Xbel Bigelow ; died . 

207511. MARY, born November ,?, 181,1; married Abel Bigelow. 

207512. JOSEPH BOTTOM, born . iSi(>; died February 21. 1901. in I'.rooUfield. Ver- 

mont. 

(\-y 1 1 -77-274-()g.V2 1 .50 ) 20803. 

DANIEL, son of Daniel and .\lartlia ( .\dam^ ) Kiu.gsbury. born . 1786. in Brooktield. 

\ermont ; married. . 

("1111, DKKX: 

2075,^0. KATE, born ; in;irried. , C. .M. TncUcrmau ; resiiles. .\, Asbbnrnb.im. 

Mass. 
-2075.^1. .-X- D:iughter. born ; married. . Eorcst K. Barker; resides. St. .Mbans. 

Vermont. 
2075,^2. (I1-"()R(;E \\"., born ; married. ; resides, .Montpelier. Vermont. 

( N-,Mi-77-274-rK)b-2i44) 2094 J. 

JAMES WILKINSON, (Capl.;, son of Col. Jacob and Sarah I'almer (Ellis) Kingsbury, born 
Se|jtrmber jS. iSoi. in Franklin. Conn.; married. May 25. i8.V). Julia .'\ntoinetle, 
daughter of Pierre and Jidia Cabanne. born July 18. 1809, died March 15. i8.?6. He was 
educated partly by Dr. Nott ; grad. West Point. 1822; ordered to St. Louis, where he 
marrieil ; was left a widower wiih three children: never remarried. For many years 
he was attached ti> the Couuni^s.-iry Dept. C. S. .\.. at St. Louis. "Possessed of a fine 
intellect and a cultivated mind, lie .•iltached many persons warmly to himself, and those 
who knew him liest loved bmi ni.i-l. The noble traits of character which the discipline 
of the army rarely fails to di-wlojie. were peculiarly blended in Inm. and no man could 
say aught against the honor, the chihalry or the virtue of James W. Kingsbury. He 
died in St. Louis. June 2,?. 1S5,?. Capt. James' silver spurs worn through Franco- 
Prussian War by CouiU 1 Jetiiverville. 

CHIL1)RI-;X: 

208910. SARAH M.\RY VIRCHNIE. born November .?. i8,?i. in Prairie du Chien. Wis.: 
married. October 25. 1865. Count .Vrmand Francois Robert De (liverville. of llie 
Department Eure, Normandy. France. She had no children. .Acknowledgment 
is hereby made to the Countess for her patient roearch and nuich valu;d)le data. 
She is an enthusiast in genealogical matters. .\t present she resides, 12 rue Cnn- 
arosa. Paris. France. 

2o8gii. .XDICl.I-'. LOUISE. l)orn .Ai.ril 2. uS.^.i, on bo.ard Steamer ■'Warrior"; married. May 
24, 1854. .\lfred .Morgan Waterman, of St. Louis. 

208912. JULFS C.-\B.\NNE. born .\ugust 1. 18,55. i" -"^l. Louis; umnarried : killed by light- 
ning. 1867. 

(x-.VM 77-274-6ort-2i44) 20942. 

JULIA ANN ELLIS, dan,ghter of Col. Jacob ;md Sarah Palnur (b:ilis) Kingsbury, born .\u- 
gi:st 14. 181.?. in l-'ranklin. Conn.: married, .\ugust .?o. 18,^7. .\sa Hartshorn, of l.en.ix; 
removed lo Ohio. 



122 KINGSBURY GENEALOGY. 

ISSUE: 

Kiiigshiiiy llai-lsliiini. bori. . 

Jtiliii llartsliiini, liDni : married, first, a nephew of Hon. Ben Wade; married. 

second. , Koy ; live in Oliio. 

(x-3- 1 1-77-274-696-21^1.4) 20943. 

THOMAS HUMPHREY GUSHING, son of Col. Jacob and Sarah Pahner (B:ilis) Kingslniry. 

Imrn December 5, uSoO ; married. , Carohne Prudence (Ray) Stanton, born in 

Great Harrington. Mass, widow of John .Stant.m. of Shelfiekl. One child: Maria 
Stanton, married Edwin S. Nettleton. A student, but not graduate, of West Point; had 
command of the 5tli Connecticut Reg., U. S. V., in the war. 1861-65. Discharged account 
of ill health; resided in Franklin; died .August 8, 18S0. aged 74. 

CHILDREN: 

208930. A .son, ])orn ; died, infant. 

208931. HENRIETTA ELIZA, born June 24, 1836. 

208932. SARAH HILL, born August 31, 1839. 
208933- JULIA ANN ELLIS, born March 25, 1845. 

208934. JAMES RAY, born March 6, 1848. 

208935. CARRIE RAY, born December 27. 1850. 

(X-3-II-77-274-696-214J ) 20944. 

WILLIAM EUSTIS, s(,n uf Col. Jacob and Sarah Palmer (F.llis) Kingsbury, bum November 

I, 1809; married, , Moore; died young. He was Collector of the Port, Erie, Pa. 

They had one son : 

20S940. WILLIAM EUSTIS, born ; cadet at West Point, 1S52; grad. ; Com. 

in 4th Artillery; transferred t" nth U. S. Inf. See Army Reg.. iSSo. pp. 51. 187. 

( X -3- II -77-274-696-2 1 47 ) 20970. 

CHARLES DENISON, son of Hon. John and Marcia (P.ronson) Kingsbury. Ijorn No- 
vember 7, 1795; married, first, March 5. 1821, Eliza, daughter of Dr. Frederick and 

Fanny (Johnson) Leavenworth, .son of Jesse, son of Rev. Mark, born ■ ; died 

November 16, 1852; married, second, Nnvember 24, 1859, Rebecca, daughter of Deacon 
Elijah Hotchkiss. of W:iterbnry. died December 7, 1S73. He died January 16, 1890. 
He w;is a merchant and large land owner. 

CHILDREN (by first wife) : 

209200. FREDERICK JOHN, born January i, 1823; married, April 29, 1S51, .Mathea Ruth, 

daughter of William Henry and Emma Ruth (Davics) Scovill. 

209201. SARAH LE.WENWORTH, born .\pril i. 1840; m.irried. Febru.iry 24, 1863, Frank- 

lin Carter. 

(x 3-11-77-274-696-2147 ) 2097L 

JULIUS JESSE BRONSON, (Maj.), son of Hon. John and Alarcia (Bronson) Kingsbury, 

born October 18. 1797; married, first, ; married, second, ; married, third, 

June 19, 1825. Clara Jane Stebbins ; resided in Lyme, Conn. He died June 26, 1856, in 
Wa.shnigton, D. C. 

CHILDREN; 

209210. JULIl'S H., horn June 17. 1826; died December 28, 1850. in California. 

20921T. HENRY B., horn September i, 1828; died November 28, 1855. 

209212. M.-^RY J., born February 24. 1831 ; married. May 2. 1850. Cen. Simon R. Buckner. 

209213. W.'XLTER, born August 25, 1834; died October 29, 1835. 



. SEVENTH GENERATION. 12^ 

209214. HENRY W., born Deceiiilicr 2^. ^^M>: iiiarruil. 1 )fcctiilier 4. 1S61, i'.va. dauglitcr of 

Gen. Joseph Taylor. 

209215. ADELINE, born February 28, 1845; Ak-d January 2. 1846. 

209216. CHRISTOPHER, born December 19. 1846; <lieil June 17, 1847, 

(•'^-3-ii-77-274-6<)6-2i47) 20972. 

JOHN SOUTHMAYD, son of Hon. John and .Marcia (I'.n.uv.n) Kin,i;sbury, born November 
18. 1801; niarrieii, J.inuary 25. 1827, Aliby 11.. ibnmhter of Danu-l llayilen. 

CHILDREN: 

209220. JAMES D.. iiorn November 22. 1827: died . 

209221. GEORGE B., Iiorn September 6, 1829. 

209222. MARCIA A., born May r, 1832. 

209223. SYLVIA E., born September 7, 1834. 

209224. JAMES D., born September 7, 1836; died January ig, 1837. 

209225. H.ARRIET A., born June 15, 1839. 

209226. ABBY S., Iiorn June 20. 1842. 

209227. JOHN S. D.. liorn July 27. 1845. 

(>;-,Vi 1-77-274-6)6-2147 ) 20973. 

SARAH SUSANNA, daughter of Hon. John and NLircia ( lln.nsou) Kiu.K^bury. born Novem- 
ber 6. 1807: married. , William Brown, of W.iUrburv, Coini. She died Mav 28 

1841. 

ISSUE: 

Robert Broun, born . 

Marcia Brown, born . 

Eliza Brown, born . 

William Brown ni.arried. second, Rachel N'ieun.a Fer.ii. 

(x-3-1 [-77-275-698-2161 ) 21110. 

CLARISSA, (or Sabia?), daughter of Nathaniel and S.ir.ih (Dorchester) Kingsbury, liorn 
; married, , Jonathan Sibley. 

ISSUE: 

Joiialliaii Sil'lry, born . 

(x-,M 1-77-275-698-2161 ) 21111. 

SARAH, daughter of Nathaniel and Sarah (Dorchester) Kingsbury, born : married, 

, Willis Gilbert. 

ISSUE: 

Joint ijilbcrt. born ; m.arried. . Harriet .Mden. 

Sarali Cilhrrt. born ; resided, ICllington, Conn. 

(x-3-1 1-77-275-698-2162) 21120. 

SARAH, daughter of J:ibez and .\nne (Hatch) Kingsbiuy. born : married. , 

Ebenezer Reed. 

ISSUE: 

Harriet Recti . born November 29, 1796. 



124 



KINGSBURY GENEALOGY. 



J 



(X-3-U-77-275-698-216J) 2112J. 

SABRINA, chuisiitcT of Ja1)C7 aiivl Amu- ( Hatcln Kingsbury, born : married, , J 

.\Iosi-lcy Talcott. 

ISSUE: 

. Ijorn . 

, 1)orn . 

, born . 

, born . 

, born . 

, Ijorn . 

, l)orn . 

{x-yu-77-27S-6g2-jU,j) 21122. 

JOHN, (Oil.), son of Jabez and Anne (Hatcb) Kingslniry, bom October 28, 1782; married, 
first, November i, 1804, Sally Dymock, died Uecember 11, 1819; married, second, No- 
vember I, i8ji, Sally Edgerton, died April 20. 1S24; married, tbird, September i, 1825, 
Mary Brigbam. 

Cnil.DREN (by first wife) : 

210720. .A s.iii (twin I. l)i>ni Jleecinbei- 17, 1805: died, infant. 

210721. .A daugblcr (twin), burn December 17, 1805; died, infant. 

210722. S.ALLV .M.ARIA, liorn June 10, 1807; died .August 24, 1808. 
21072,?. Infant, buni October 10, 1809: died, infant. 

( r.y second w 1 fc ) : 

_'io724. Infant, bnrn , 1822. 

■( lly lliird wife) : 

210725. JOHN BRKjHAM, born October i. 1826; married, first, Jannary 2^. 1850, Mary 

Ann Kellogg; married, second, April 17, 1861, Caroline A. Rogers, 

210726. GEORGE HENRY, born November 22. 1828; married, January 22, 1852, Mary O, 

Crane, of Tolland, Conn. 

(.x-,?-i 1-77-275-698-2104 I 21143. 

NATHANIEL, i Kcv,), son of Samuel and Mary (Benton) Kingsbnry, born April 9, 1796; 

marne.l, , Eunice Dow; resided in Mt. \'ernon, N. H. ; went to Danville, Illinois, 

;iud later settled pastor in auotlier jiart of tbat State. He died July 12, 184,5. 

CHILDREN: 

210930. HENRY PRESTON, born . 

210931. , born . 

210932. , born , 

210933. , born . 

(x-3-1 1 -77-275-698-21 04) 21144. 

SAMUEL, (Rev.), son of Samuel and Mary (Benton) Kingsbury, born May 24, 1798; mar- 
ried, October 28. 1820, ill nrimlield, Mass.. M,irv Nutting. He died Marcb 5, 1866. 

CHILDREN: 

210940. C.VROLINE, liorn September 20, 1831; dieil December 2;{. 1833. 

210941. SAMUEL BENTON, born April 24, 1834; married. No children, 

210942. CASPER MERRICK, born June 20, 1838; killed. May 3, 1863, in the Battle of Cban- 

cellorsville. 

210943. M. M.ADELI.A, born .\ngust 2.]. 1840; married, , Sadd ; resided in Geneva, 

Ohio. 



SEVENTH G]-:NERATI0N. 125 

(x-.vi 1-77-^75-698-21(14) 21 145. 

ENOCH, (Rev.), son of Samuel ami Mary (Benton) Kingsbury, born April 21, 1800, in Lang- 
ilon. N. H. : married. Novem])er i, 1830. Fanny R. Goodwin, born June 25. 1804. in 
Sinisbury, Conn.: removed fnmi Langdcn to .\niherst, Mass., and tu Danville. Illinois, 

in 1832. 

CHILDREN: 

2roo5o. J.-VMES GOODWI.X. born January 18, |8,',2: married, first. Oelober 15. 1857. Mary 

E. Layman: m.-irried. seeond. . 1872. ,Mar.\- L. Tayliir: tbird. Se]>teniber 4. 

1887. Mrs. Kate M. Gunckcl. 

210951. S.XMUEL LY^L\N. born December .51. i8,i.^: died February 28. i8.?7. 

210952. HELEN M.ARLA. ])orn Marcb 20, i8,i5 ; died November 15, 18,36. 

210953. E-DWARD BEECH ER. born October 20. 1836: 'died August , 1864. 

210954. N.^THAN, born November 11. 1838; died February 20, 1841. 

210955. MARTHA ANNA, born May 25. 1841 : died September J^. 1864. 

210956. .M.\R\' CANDACE, born December 27, 1842: married, January i, 1868, James Risk. 

of Danville, Illinois. No children. 
210957- S.\MUEL DAVIES, born July 5, 1846: married, , Lucy E. Brown. 

[From ]\Irs. Annie M. Swan's Reminiscences of Rev. Enoch King.sbury, published in "The 
Fiftieth Anniver.sary (1829-1879) of the Presbyterian Church of Danville, Illinois."] 

.\ graduate, Amherst Coll., 1827. Desiriuj^ to enter the nnnistry, and giving unusual 
promise of Christian usefulness, tlie "Education Society" assisted in his course at Auburn 
Theolog. Sem. Going home at vacation, he started on foot, a distance of two or three hun- 
dred miles, getting on with such occasional rides as in those days were not infrequent. While 
in the South for his health, connected himself with the I'nion Theolog Sem. of Virginia; re- 
turning to Massachusetts, received and declined invitation to settle at Granby. In 1830. with 
his wife, they left for a home in the West, under appointment of the Am. Home Missionary 
Society, finally settling in Danville. Illinois, as pastor of the Presbyterian church, in 1832. The 
lot on wdiich both church and ])arsonage were budt was early secured by him. "Uncle Jesse" 
Gilberts says "that mostly he built this house witli bis own hands and i>n bis i.wn land: that 
he procured the bell, usually rang it, and built bis own fires. The same building was used as a 
school hou.--e. Mr. K. procuring teachers, and when unable to do so. teaching himself. This, 
too. wdiile aiding the destitute settlements in all this region, and we alile to render him Init 
small compensation (about a hundred dollars a year)." Among the churches organized by 
him he performed a great amount of labor, going those long distances over bad roads, or no 
roads at all, often in the darkness and exposed to storms, sometimes passing a shelterless night, 
crossing suullen creeks at the expense of dry clothing, his preaching station often a cabin, 
subject to every annoyance. In these self-denying jorneys, often subject to accident, his great 
niecbanica! skill was frequently brought into e.xercise — a skill always available, whether applied 
to a broken harness, a buggy ir. the slough, the improvising of a farming implement or build- 
ing a carriage Was always bojieful and cheerful, with the ability to appear utterly oblivious 
of surroundings and forgetful of ease and comfort. To do good to these many he must avail 
himself of whatever hospitalities came in his path. If the house afforded abundance, with 
luxuries even, it was appreciated; if the supplies in the cabin were meagre, it was just as kindly 
received. A good lady, prizing these calls as ahnost her only religious privilege, remarked 
that "it was very fortunate that .\lr. K, usually iiieferred bread and milk, when very often it 
was the only food in the house." He was ennnently a reformer. In the cause of temperance 
and anti-slavery he was an advance guard, and in the latter when it was very unpopular to be 
so. If there came one settnig forth doctrines subversive of truth and righteousness, there 
followed a public discussion. VUr (|uiet pastor's (|uiver w-as always full — the arrows made of 
truth. Given a conviction of right, and though "four hundred and fifty" prophets opposed, 
he would not falter for an instant. In a debate upon slavcrv in the old church, two prominent 
citizens taking the pro-slavtrx side i>f llie questinu. "large numbers attended, and it was a 
matter of astonishment that one like .Mr. K, couhl be found bold enough to advocate the 'anti' 
side of the question. It was sim])ly sublime to see him stand alone in a cause so obnoxious. 



126 KINGSBURY GENEALOGY. 

Violcnccj was i)ftcn Ihrratcncd. Init ik'V'lt cxeciitcil." Simple faith, love of righteousness and 
hatred of oppression was nurtured and fostered in childhood. His father, for many years a 
deacon in the first churcli of .Amherst, one whom even the students regarded as a most godly 
man. with a wonderful gift and power in prayer. The recollections of home were never so 
vivid, so pleasant as on Saturday night. .\t the moment of sunset all labor was suspended, 
and the large family gathered for reading, conversation, and instruction — a preparation for 
the Sabbath. A brother, Rev. Nathaniel (21 143), who, because of loss of voice, left a desira- 
ble pastorate in Mount Vernon, N. H., came West, hoping the change might be beneficial, as 
it proved, he soon being able to assist his brother here and at the out-stations, and even for a 
time to have a charge in another part of the State, and his wife, too, a woman of rare Christian 
culture, gentle and unselfish, desiring most of all, for herself and others, a holy life. His 
sermons were plain expositions of gospel truth — "Christ and Him crucified" the ground of 
faith; obedience the evidence of it* He was eminently catholic; he had but to know that the 
clergy of other denominations weie anchored in llie third chapter of John, and they were bid 
welcome to his pulpit. For nearly thirty years was clerk of Wabash Presbytery. In the 
cause of education he ever took a foremost part, sparing no pains to obtain good teachers and 
comfortable school rooms, sending to Amherst, whose professors testify, "always aimin.^ to get 
the best." Illinois and Wabash Colleges shared largely in his efforts and sympathies, the 
latter especially being nearer and having many of Danville's sons in her classes. With very 
limited income to provide for his family and educate his children (and in this he devised lib- 
eral things) no case of suffering went unaided from his door and no cause of Christian be- 
neficence forgotten. ,\fter twenty years' continuous labor, he felt there were those who de- 
sired a new voice in the pulpit — yielded his place, giving himself more unreservedly to mission- 
ary work. From 1S53 to 1857 he made several journeys t(.) New York, returning each time with 
homeless children from the various asylums, and seeing them provided with homes. Several 
hundred were thus distributed in this region. In 1859 he went to Kansas, expecting there to 
take up his loved work anew. The dark war cloud appeared ; he was no idle spectator ; 
when called to take a last look at Edward, was asked. "Have you anything to add, Mr. K. ?" 
said. "Yes. I have. I had thought this son to be the staff of my old age; he was ver>' dear to 
me, but I had rather see him lie here, fallen in the cause of freedom, than to have him live and 
revel in wealth and luxury, the fruit of unrequited labor." 

In 1866-7 went to Alabama, and a second time to Georgia and South Carolina, under the 
auspices of the American Missionary Association, to teach the freedmen. and aid whoever he 
might in overcoming their disabilities. He arrived Saturday night, preached Sunday, and 
opened a school on Monday. Twice acted as judge of elections, no other Union man competent 
to do so daring to do it. Once, for some reason, he returned the ballot, going alone through 
the woods, no one willing even to accompany him. Returned in 1868 to Danville, preaching 
there the Sabbath but one before his death. 

Of his wife— she was a help-meet for him. The Bible biography of Enoch might be that 
of her husband. "He walked with God"; he "pleased God"; he "witnessed for God"; "he was 
not. for God took him," October 20. 1S68. 

(x-,3-u-77-275-698-2i64) 21150. 

LYMAN, son of Sanuiel and Mary (Benton) Kingsbury, liorn November 26. 1810, in Lang- 
don, N. H. ; married, first. May 12. 1835. Roxana Pease, born December 25, 1808, died 
May II, 1845; married, second, ^lay 12, 1846, Eliza Treadvvay. He died December 4, 
1874. 

CHILDREN (by first wife) : 

211000. CH.ARLES. born January 1, 1837: died January 4, 1837. 

211001. MARIA (twin), born January i, 1841 ; died January 25. 1841. 

211002. SOPHI.\ (twin), liorn Janu.iry I. 1841 ; died January 26. 1842. 



SEVENTH GENERATION. 127 

CHILDREN (by second wifo) : 

21100,5. DWIGHT, born Febrnary 10, 1848; married, . Ha.s twu chiKlrcn; resides in 

Harbor Creek. Erie County, Pa. 
211004. C.\ROLINE, born Jnly 10, 1851 ; married, . Has two cbildren; resides in 

Harbor Creek. 

(.x-,3-ii-;7--'75^6i)S-ji04) 21I5J. 

ANN MARIA, daiigbter of Sanual and Mary (Benton) Kingsbury, liorn May 4, iSi.^, in 

Ainberst. Mass.; married. September . 18,57. in Danville. Illinois. Guy -Merrill, only 

son of Evan and .\nna M. (Haynes) Merrill; was merchant, county surveyor, and 
probate judge. She died November 11. i8,S5. He died October 9, 1867, in Danville. 

ISSUE: 

.llici- Carli-tun Merrill. Ijorn December 13. 18 u: married. May 11, 1871. George Bush 
Yeomans, born August 34, 1836, in Hinsdale, Mass., died January 16, 1897, in Dan- 
ville, Illinois. Five children, all born in Danville: (i) Frances Anna, born May 7. 
1872; (2) Edith Marian, born December 28, 1873; (3) Ruth, born August 24. 
1876; (4) George Merrill, born Feliruary 8, 1880; (5) Henry Evan, Ijorn May 28, 
1885. . 

(-\-3-ii-77-275-7oo-2i7,s ) 2J250. 

SOPHIA, daughter of Joseph and widow Ro.xana (Wadsworth) Kiiigslniry, born ; 

married Judge John Hall, of Ellington. Conn. 

ISSUE: 

lidward Hall, liorn . 

Jiiiiiiis Hall, born . 

J, ill II Hall, born . 

S 0/1 Ilia Hall, born . 

Elica Hall, born . 

Maria Hall, born . 

Levi Wells Hall, born . 

Maxwell Hall, born . 

Frederick Hall, born . 

(x-3-1 1-77-27.^-700-21 75) 2125 J. 

JOSIAH ALLEN, son of Joseph and widow Roxana (Wadsworth) Kingsbury, born ; 

married, , Betsey Ryan. 

CHILDREN : 



212010. JOSEPH, born ; died . 

212011. HENRY, born ;died . 

212012. GEORGE, born ; resided, Ellington, Conn. 

(.X-3-11-77-27S-701-2170) 21290. , ' 

ALLEN, son of Nathaniel and Asenath (Daggett) Kingslniry, born February 9. 1779; mar- 
ried, December 26, 1802, Betsey Coleman. 

CHILDREN: 

212400. ]\1AK^■. born October 3. 1804; married. November 10, 1826, Henry W. Aycr. She 

died in Sheridan, N. \ .. September 27, 1S31. 

212401. HELEN SOPHRONL\, born September 29, 1806: married, first, ;\lvin E. Coleman: 

married, second, Woodward (or Woodworth) ; resided, Cazenovia, N. \. 



,28 KINGSBURY GENI^ALOGY. 

212402. 1)I-:LI.\. born April 17. iSii: resides. Cleveland. Ohio. 

212403. \\I1.1.I.\.M IRVIN. born Marcli 27, iSi.?; married. . 1842- Elizabeth McKee. 

He died. 1S46. in Taylorsville. Illinois. Ha<l one child: . born ; 

widow resides in Payson, Illinois. 

212404. ASENATH. born May .^. 1S15; married. Eebrnary , 1841. llendrick lor Freder- 

icl<) DcClercq. 

212405. JOHN FLAVEL. born May 25. 1S17; marncd. May 25. 184,3. Jnlia DeClercci. 
21240O. H.\KKIET NEWELL, born .Inly ,31. iSjo; niarricd. Fcbrnary . 1841. Edwin D. 

Looniis. No children. Res.. Clevelaml. (.)hio. 

{\-yi 1-275-701-2170 I 212''L 

WEALTHY, danghter of Nath.miel and .\senath (Hagg^^^tl ) Kingsbnry, born October 24. 
178.3. in .\ndover. Con.n. The honse in which she was born is still standing. The nails 
in it made by hand. She married Zachariah Cone, born May 8, 1774. in Hebron, Conn. 
The Cones of the V. S. ,ire descended from Daniel Cone, born Edinboro, Scotland, 
ir)25-6, ■■one of the 28 original purchasers ot the land at Thirty Mile Island, of the In- 
dians, in iWi2.^' at Haddam. Conn. Wealthy and Zachariah resided at Batavia. N. Y.. 
where she died July 25. 184,3. and he died July 14. 1854. 

ISSUK (all born in Hebron. Conn.): 

Miirv .hill Cinir. born Marili 10. 1805: married Renben Rowley, and died (.me month 
afler marriage. 

Waller Cdiic. born .August 7. 1807: died. March 24. 1808. 

Ihihhcll B. Ciinc, born February i.^. i8og; married E\a ; w;!-- a pioneer and one 

cif tlu' hrst settlers of Chicago; was highly respected and we.dlhy. He died at the 
time of the great fire in that city ( 1871 ). Had si.x .sons and two danghters. one of 
of whom died infant, the other married M. W. Kimball, music dealer. 

.///'ei7 (r. Cone, liorn June 2, 181 1 ; unmarried: went to .Arizona. 

Xiithaiiicl Kiif^shnry Cone, born July 14. 181,3: m:irried. Novemlier i). 1848. in East 
Harlford. .\daline Brewer, and shortly afterwards, before the advent of railroads, 
came West in an open bng,gy with hi-, yonng bride, and settled with his father on 
the farm in Bethany, where he re--ided at time of his death. Felirnary 7. 1880. He 
had a taste for mathematics, and in early life acquired a complete Unowded.ge of 
surveying, under the instrnclion of Siir\e\ or-Ceneral Gillctt. of Connecticui. I'li- 
iler him lie .'isMsted in making a survey i>f lli,;t State. But lliat profession not 
being very prolitahle. be immigrated to the Stale of .Maliama. and walked some ,Son 
miles from the city of .Savannah, Geor,gia, to Wetunka, .\l:ili,un:i. uhere he re 
mamed seven years There he cn.gagcd in the mercantile business, which at that 
time was done on a credit system. The fiii;incial crisis of ■,36 ruined the fancied for- 
tunes of m:iny. especially tho^e who did Im^ine'-s on a credit system, and Mr. Cone. 
becoining invoKed in the ei>mmon ruin with others, became a bankrupt. The ve.x- 
alion^ that attended the loss of jiroperty. the persecutions of creditors, and worry 
of iiiinil were such that .Mr. Ci>ne was reduced in body to the weight of eighty 
poiiiuN- This sad experience was such tiKit he <letested the credit system, to which 
lie would never afterwards submit, and tended to sour a naturally tine and generous 
dis])(isition. 

When he went to (ienesee Comity. X. ^'.. he renewed his profes>ion of survcy- 
in.g. ,111(1 often drew the dividing line between m.in and man with ec|ual justice. For 
the p:isl Iweiity years (1860-1880) he occii|iie(l one business ol'hce in this village, 
which he .ittended with wonderfnl re.gnlarity inilil a short tune before his death, 
although for the past ten years (1870-1880) he has been in feeble health. He was 
a man of indomitable perseverance. In his business relations he was peculiar. 
Everything was transacted with great exactness, wdiether it be with friend, stranger, 
or relative. In his tran.sactions of business with others he never would allow. 



i 



SEVENTH GENERATION. 129 

knowingly, ;iiiy party l.i olitain any inninc advantage over anullu-r. Any apiicarancc 
of dishonesty \va> uat instantly with th^' ntost scathmg rcliul<c. in language not 
always choice, Init so iilaiii that no one had to hear hut to renienihei". lli- lieednui 
of expression made him enenncs, hm those who were well aeqnaniled uith hini. ul- 
timately, knew that what he said eanie from an h.^nesl heart. ,i heart full nf real 
generosity, for an honest pnrpose." They had two children (horn at Bethany); 
(i)Hohart Brewer Cone, horn May .\. 184.',: married, January 30, 1878. Jemiie h.. 
Bentlev. and (J) Harriet .Mary Cone, horn March 18. 1857. died ahout iSoi, llohart 
Brewer had three ehildien: (1) F.arl Hohart Cone, horn May 25, 1879; ( -' ) Newell 
Kingsbnry Cone, horn November 17. 1880: (?) Marion Adaline Cone, horn .\m- 
gnst 9. 1888. Hohart Brewer Cone. grad. Hohart College, Geneva, N. V.. 1869, is 
an attorney in good standing and practice, in Batavia. N. \. 

Siilinon G. Coiir. horn May 6. 1815: wa.s twice married; had two children; resided. 
Unadilla, N. V. 

Hiirrirt M. Cone, horn Jime 5. 1818; married. January 7. 1840, William Redlield Phelijs. 
of Hehrou. Conn.; resides in Philadelphia. Pa. They had three children: (1) 
Ciertrnde Redfield Phelps, born M;ircli 4, 1845, in Hartford. Conn., married, June 
22. 1871. William Boardman Reed. .M.D., resided in .Atlantic City; (J) Helen Maria. 
horn .August 17. 1848. in Hartford. Conn.: (3) Harriet .Augusta, born Uecemher 
J9. 185J. in Brooklyn. N. ^^ 

(x-,Mi-77-J75-70i-2i79) 2J293. 

JABEZ, si.n of .Xathaniel and .\scnatli (.Daggett) Kingsbury, horn September 19. 17S8; mar- 
rieil. I'ehriiary 15. 1815. in Coventry. Conn.. Fanny Davenport. He died February 1. 
1851. 

CHILDRKN: 

21J430. SAMUEL NFWELL. huvu October 15. i8i(): died April. 1818. 

212431. HENRY DWIGHT. horn .March 20. i8i}<. Had s,,n John, manufacturer of hats 

in New York City. 

212432. S.AMUEL NEWELL, horn October 8, 1820. in \ndover. Conn.: married. May 26. 

1852, Caroline W. Chandler. 

212433. .\SENATH CORNELLA. born January 12. 1824; married. . Bidwell. of .Man- 

chester. Conn; resided in Elmira. N. ^', 

f x-3-1 1 -77-275-701 -21.'^ I ) 21310. 

SOPHIA, daughter of Joseph .iii<l Kuth ( llcnlon ) Kingsbury, born July 27. 1784; married. 
Deacon William Hutchinson, 

ISSUE: 

Cciidtiiic Sd/^liiti 1 1 utcliiii.ion, born .August 0. 1812: married Fdiiah Ibuiiinond Root, of 
Coventry, Conn. No children. Died April 5, 1861. 

JoSi'pli W'ilhud lliitihiiison. born Novetiiber 11. 1814; died, infant. 

A'»//( lili:.i I/iili liiiisoii. born October 7. 181(1: married. June 7. 1871. .Mbermarle Loom- 
is ( second wife ) . No children. 

llciiry ll'illaitl 1 1 iiliiiiiisiui. born October 0. 1S19; ni.-irried. Seiilember 1. 184(1. Fli/a .\. 
Boardman. Three children. ( I ) Ella Sophia, born June 9. 1847, died Se])teniber 2. 
1874: (2) Henry Willard. born February ig. 1851, married. November 13. 1872, Ida 
Birdsell. Two children ; Htnry Willard. born January i. 1873; Ella Sophia, born 
January 26. 1875: (3) Louis Harvey, born October 16. 1862. 

.l/i;/'V hiiigshiiry I Intihinsnii. born May 2(1. 1826. 

(\-3-ii-77-275-70T-2i8i ) 21312. 

MARY, daughter of Joseph and Ruth (Benton) Kingsbury, born Noveml.ier 16, 17S7: mar- 
ried Daniel Bnrnap (his second wife). Died November 21, 1873, aged 86. 



I30 KINGSBURY GENEALOGY. 

ISSUE; 

Daniel K. Jhaiiap, liorn June jg. 18J4; died July n. 1844, while in Sophomore year at 

Yale College. 
Mary Delia Bitmap, horn October _'_'. 1827: married, October g, 1862, Elliott P. Skinner. 
Charlotte Elizabeth Diirnap. liorn August 9. i8.p; married, ISIarch 4, 1857, T. C. P. 

Hyde. Three children : (i) Erskine, born January 9, 1861 ; (2) Emily Hollister, 

born July 20. 1862; (3) Mary Elizabeth, born Jul}- i, 1868. 

(x-3-1 1-77-275-701-2181 ) 21313. 

WILLIAM, son of Joseph and Ruth (.Benton) Kingsbury, hnrr, .\ugust 3. 1789; married, 

, Susan Reynolds. 

CHILDREN: 

212630. WILLI.A.M BENTON, born October 24, 1817. 

212631. CHARLES REYNOLDS, born January 26, 1819. 

212632. HORACE PARSONS (twin), born September 29, 1820. 

212633. HENRY RLARTYN (twin), born September 29. 1820; married. October 8. 1848. 

Emily Watrous. 
2i26.?4. ANN ELIZA, born .August 27, 1826; died .August, 1850. 

212635. EMILY MARIA, born October 23, 1827. 

212636. RUTH SOPHIA, born December 25. 1832. 

212637. MARY JANE, born May 14, i8,?6. 

{■X-3-11-77-273-70L-218T ) 2J3I4. 

JOSEPH, son uf Joseph and Ruth (Benton) Kingsbury., born July 19. 1791 ; married, first, 

, 1827, Amelia Reynolds, born November, 179S, died July 9, 1848; married, second, 

April , 1854, Mrs. Sarah (Reynolds) Vorra, born May 5, 1800, who had four children 

by her first husband : Elizabeth ; John H., born August. 1830; Ellen and Edward, born 
September, 1835. 

CHILDREN (by first wife) : 

212640. LUCIUS, born September 20, 1828; married. , Lucy A. Carpenter. 

212641. EDGAR JAMES, born .April 30. 1831 ; married. December 25. 1867, Hainiah Mariah 

Reynolds. 

212642. W.-XLTER REYNOLDS, born Decemlxr 23, 1832; married, first. .Xugust 2^. 1859, 

Corintha J. Lyman; married, second. April 20, 1865. Sarah Cornelia Starr. 

212643. HANNAH A., born December . 1834; died March 9, 1835. 

212644. HANNAH E., born . i8.?7; died January 25. 18.^8. 

(.\-3-11-77-275-701-2181 1 2I3I5. 

HARVEY, son of Joseph and Ruth (Benton) Kingsbury, born December 17, 1794; married, 
.\pril 7, 1824, Polly Wright, died November 25, 1871. He died May 22, 1874. 

CHILDREN ; 

212650. ELIZABETH WRIGHT, born December 3. 1824; married, September 24. 1851, 

Henry E. H. Gilbert. 

212651. ;MARY JEFFERS. bom December 31. 1826; married. June 27. 1866, Henry E. H. 

Gilbert. No children. 

Cx-3-11-77-275-701-2181 ) 21316. 

ROYAL, son of Joseph and Ruth (Benton) Kingsbury, bern July 4. 179S; married. April , 

i8j8. Emily Foote. He was a physician in Marlborongh, Conn., where he died No- 
vember 21, 1836. They had one daughter. 



SEVENTH GENERATION. 131 

212660. EMILY LORD, born Fcljruary 25. 1831 ; married, first. April u. 1855. Shcllon Hol- 
lister. of St. Antliony Fall.s. Minn. : niarricd. second, November 2S, 1865. 
Tbomas B, Cheney. 

Emily Foote Kingsbm-y survived ber luisband. and married, second. September . 

1839, Jcdediah Post, of Glastenbnry. Conn., wdiere she died. March 13, 1859. 

(x-3- 11-77-275-704-2195") 2J450. 

JOSEPH, (Colj, son of Lemuel and Alice (Terry) Kingsbury, born May 19. 1774; married, 
I'eliruary I, 1797. in Sheshcquin. Pa.. Anna, daughter of Gen. Simeon .Spalding, of Revo- 
lutionary fame (Captain in the regular line at time of the Wyoming massacre. later pro- 
moted to Brig.-Gen. for meritorious service). Anna was born July 5. 1798. the night of 
the Wyoming massacre, her mother being obliged to flee to the mountains to escape the 
savages. Col. Joseph died January 22, 1849. S'lc died September 14, 1864; age. 86 
years. 

ON THE DEATH OF COL. JOSEPH KINGSBURY. 

liV O. H. P. KI.\"NEV.* 

'Tuas when Ideak winter o'er the earth 

Had thrown his mantle white — 
When chilling winds around each hearth, 

Sang requiems through the night; — 

'Tvvas when the sturdy forest trees. 
Their garments rent in twain, 
Had bared their arms to every breeze 
That sung the mournful strain: 

When babbling brooks had ceased their play — 

When blight h.id marked the flowers — 
.'\nd nature seemed to mourn the day , 

That death passed through her bowers ; — 

'Twas then, alas ! the good man died. 

.\s melts the dews away : 
'Twas then he laid his robes aside 

.KwA rose to endless day. 

O! could I die as tliou hasl died. 

Well ripened for the grave — 
Could I thus lay these robes aside 

And death's dark torrent brave — 

Without a thought to harrow up. 

Regrets for what is past, — 
Without a dreg within the cup 

To poison life at last — 

And could I leave liebind me then. 

.'Vn honored name like thine — 
Coidd I be called by honest men 

"The friend of all mankind." 

O! then I'd die. though friends should mourn. 

And even earth be sad ; 
For saints above would greet me home 

And Heaven itself be glad. 



*Nephew of Anna Spalding. 



132 



KINGSBURY GENEALOGY. 



J 1 4000, 
214001 
214002 

-' I -(oo.^ 
J I 1004 
2 1 4005 
2 1 400f), 
21400 
2 1 4008, 
214009, 



CHILUREN: 
rried. 



MAR\', liiirn Augu>t 11. 1798: 11 
AL.MIRA. iKjni February 13. 1.80 1 ; married. 
BVRON, lioni March 26. 1803: married, — 
VV. W. ; res. Tarpim Springs, Florida. 



Allen .Smith. 

, Charles Comstock. 

-, Wealthy Ann Gore. One child 

. Ruwcna Scutt. 



BURTON. 1">rn March .?o, 1805: married. 

F'LIZ.A. horn .\ugiist .lo. 1807: married. Ira Stevens. 
HICXRV, horn I'chni.-ir} 3. 1810: married. Matilla Clisha. 
JOSF.PH horn July J. 1813: married, .Matihl.i Mi-. 

.M.\RI.\. horn September 30. 1815; married. . George Sanderson. 

HELEN, born July 11. 1810; married, .\lalon Miu'cur. 

LEMUEL S.. Ijorn September 14, 1S2,; ; married. . Sarah O. Osburn. 

(.\-3-1 1-77-275-704-2193^ 2145L 

ALICE, daughter of Lemuel and .Mice (Terry) Kingsbury, born November 3. 1775; married, 
.May 13. 1798. Benjamin Ellis, and died May 29. 1862, 

ISSLIE: 

l.Uiinda l-.Uis. \nn-\\ Seiitember 3. 1800; died September 29, 1802. 

LiincUnc llllis. born June 7, 1802; married. December 27. 1821. Harmon Terry. Had 

seven children: (i) Julia, born May 22. 1824; (2) Caroline, born December 6, 

182(1; (3) I'Muiu, b.,rn Oclohir 22. 1832; I4) Loui-a, boin July 6, 1835; (31 Mary. 

boru March 13. 1838; (d) Rnlliu. born Jidy 27. 1841; (7) iMcderick. born .\pril 

i>). 1844. 
Cdrnliii,- mils, born .Ajiril 28, 1807: died October 6. 18.TO. 
,1/i/;v .Inn lill:.^. born January 2^-,. 1810. 
/■tciijtniiiii lillis, born November 3. 1814. 
lloidic K. lillis. born i\larch 19. 1819; married, November 28, 1844, Mary Jane Lord. 

He died May 28. 1878. 

f.x-3-1 I -77-273-704-2193 ) 21452. 

LEMUEL, son of Leimiel and .Mice (Terry) Kingsliury. born September 3. 1777; married. 
No\eniber 2. 1801. Huldah Terry, born .\!,i\ 4. 1778, died June 26. 18O6 ( ?.). 

CHILDREN; 

214020. .\L.M1K.\ .\I ll\.\.\D.\. born .\ovember ;. 1802; unmarried; resided. Enheld in 1880. 

214021. LUC^' .'KNNE, boru Sepleinber 17. ; unmarried. 

214022. .ALICE TERRV. born .March 13. 1807; married. March 24. 1831, Solomon -\ileu. 
21402.3. HULDAH BURNHA.M. born .May 13. 1809; died May 13. 1873. 

214024. .ALFRED, horn .-\pril 13. 1811 ; married. January 29. 1835, Luciiula Chandler. 

214025. .-\MELI.A CL.\RISS.\. born Aprd 11. 1813; married, first. .April 26. 1855. John Bar- 

rows, died .April 26. 1858. No children. Married, second. . 1846. Wait Hale, 

died February 24, 1870. No ch.ildren. 

214026. SOLOMON, horn .\pril 15. 1815; niarrieil, first. September 26, 1844, Loiicia (?) 

Chapin. No children. Married, second. June 2^. 1847. Eliza* .Anne Lord. 
J14027. CATHERINE, born August 1, i8_>o: umnarried. 
214028. H.ARRIET. boru June 5. 1822; married b'ebruary 9. 1845, Martin Field. She died 

February 24. 1858. 

(.\-,M 1-77-275-704-2195^1453. 

MARY, daughter of Lemuel and .Mic'' (Terry) Kiugslimy. horn June 18. 1779; married. 
. Jedediah HilK. and re^ichd in PainoMlle. Ohio. She died June 24. 18(16. 



SEVENTH GENERATION. 133 

ISSL"E: 

Addison Hills, born April 6. 1807 in Hartford. Conn.: entered railway service. 1837: 
.Auditor Painesville & Fairport R. R. one year; April. 1852. to .\pril. 1855. .\gent 
Erie Ry.. Dunkirk. N. Y. ; 1855 to 1868, General Freight Agent Cleveland. Paines- 
ville & Ashtabula and Cleveland. Columbus & Cincinnati Railroads; 186S to 1872, 
General Freight Agent Lake Shore Ry. ; 1872 to 1881. General Freight Agent Lake 
Shore & Michigan Southern Ry. ; 1881. to December i, 1886, Assistant General 

Manager ; December. .1886. to — . assistant to President Lake Shore & Michigan 

Southern Ry. Residence. Cleveland. .Ohio. 

I.ucicn Hills, born July 15. 1830: entered railway .service September, 1853. till .\pril. 1855 
tallyman New York & Erie road. Dunkirk. N. Y. ; 1855 to i860. Chief Clerk. 
Cleveland. Painesville & .\shtabula road; i860 to July. 1861. .Agent Bellefontaine 
road, Indianapolis; to July, 1868, General Freight .Agent same road; for many 
years General Freight .Agent of C. C. C. & St. L. Ry ; in 1887 was Genera! .Agent 
C. C. C. & St. L. Ry. Residence. Cleveland. Ohio. 

I-vrliiir Hills, born . 

.hilidinir Hills, born . 

(\-3-ii-77-2-5-704-2iq5') 21457. 

PRUDENCE, (laughter of Leiiiuel and .Alice (Terry) Kingsbury, born January 6. 1789; mar- 
ried. . .Alpheus Pease, of Enfield, Conn. Removed to Perrysville, Pa. She died 

December 24. 1856. 

ISSUE; 

Paulina Pease, liorn . 

Ossicni Pi'asc. born . 

Betsey Pease, born . 

Calista Pease, born . 

Lemuel Pease, born . 

J «seph Pease, born . 



f x-3-1 i-77-275-;04-2ic)5 ) 21458. 

NANCY, daughter of Lcnuiel and .Alice (Terry) King-l)nry. l)orn M.iy 14. 1703; married, 
first. .Muses .\llen. of Rnfield. Conn. 

ISSl'E: 

George II'. Allen, lioni ; resided. Detroit. Mich, .\tter death of Moses. .Mrs. 

.Allen removed with lur limther to Painesville. Ohio; married, second. February 17. 
1820. Jonathan Sanborn, of Painesville. Ohio, born June 26, 179 — . in Northfield, 
died February 26. 1828. She died Decemlier 26. 1879. 

ISSUE; 

1. ovinia Sanhoin. born . 

Origen .'^'anboin. born . 

.lonatlian .^'anborn. born . 

/'-Ultra .Sanborn, born . 

f>;-.Vi 1-77-27.^-70,1-2204 ) 21543. 

ELECTR'A, daughter of Lemuel and Luis (Hutchinson) Kingsbury, born ; married. 

first, Horace Munson, of Cazenovia. N. Y. ; nine vears ;ifter his ileath marrieil, second. 
Philip Flint, of Fayctleville, N. Y. 

ISSUE; 

r.di^'ord /'. Flint, born ; attorney. 218 FuUon street. X. ^'. (in 1S99). 



134 KINGSBURY GENEALOGY. 

(x-,3-i i-7S-28i-73S-2-'.V. ) 2)830. 

ANNIE, daughter of Jonathan and Anne (Geer) Kingsbury, born November 21, 1768; married 
■A farmer. Tlinmas Rindge ; lived at Hampton ; died about 1820. aged 54. She died about 
1857. 

ISSUE: 

Thomas Rindge, born ; married, first. Betsey Howard; married, second, Lora 

Spencer; Hved in Chaplin. Conn. ; died about 186S. .aged 81. No children. 

Anna Uindjic. I^orn ; married John Kmgsley ; resided in Scotland. Conn. 

Lora kludge, born ; married. , Holmes; resided in Webster. Mass. No 

children. 

Lodcma Rindge. born ; married. . Jonathan Logan; resided, Webster. Mass. 

Jonathan K. Rindge. born ; married. , Joanna D. Griggs, of Ashford. Had 

eight children; (i) Samuel D.. born Novemlier II. 1826. married, November 23. 
1853, Maria Polk, of Willington, Conn. No children; (2) Thomas J., born March 
20. 1828. married, September 30. 1852. Mary .^nn Sessions, of Union. Conn. Had 
five children, two died infants; (3) Susan Mary, born March 20, 1830, died Septem- 
ber 20, 1844; (4) Harriet E.. born .'\pril 13, 1833, married. November 24. 1857, John 

H. Mosley. died . Child: Harriet Bulkley. born Angn.st 12, 1859; (5) .'\n- 

drew J. born March 28, 1835, married, first, September — , 1863, Calista Fuller, of 
Hampton, died Oct., 1868; married, second. 1870. Louise Hughes, resided in Hamp- 
ton. No children ; (6) Justus, born July 7, 1838. unmai ried. died February 24. 1873. 
Templeton, Mass. ; (7) Lyman G. born August 7. 1840, marrried Sarah Hale, of 
Mansfield, Conn., lives in Colorado. No children: (8) Hannah R., born May 6, 
KS42. married, first. March. 1859. Charles Trowbridge, second. December. 1S66. .\n- 
drew J. Bowen. live Eastford. No children. 

Polly Rindge. born : unmarried; died abo\it 1863, aged 61. 

Julias Rindge. born ; m.irried. ; resided. O.xford. Mass. Had two sons. 

died in the army. 

(x-3-i 1-78-281-735-2233) 2183J. 

LORA (or L.AUR.-V). daughter of Jonathan and .-\nne (Geer) Kingsbury, born September 8. 
1771 : m.irried. , Lenmel Hammond, of Bolton, Conn., died in X'ernon. Conn. 

ISSUE; 

Lora Emilia Hammond, born October 9. 1700; uKirried D. J. L. White, of Bolton. Had 
one son, J. L. W'liite; resided in Bolton. 

(x-3-ii-78-28i-735-22.«) 21834. 

RHODA, daughter of Jonathan v.\u\ Lodemia (Ransom) King.sbury. born March 31. 1778; 
married John Tweedy, of llamiitiin, wlin removed from Hampton to the West. She died 
June (1. 1852. 

ISSUE; 

Philo Kingshnry Tweedy. hnvn January 29. 1803; unmarried; died September 10. 1874. 

Ldwin Angnstus Ti^'eedy. bom February 3. 1805; married, first. November 24, 1831, 
Sarah G. Fo.x, of Hampton, died February 15. 1835. aged 2^: married, second. July 
3, 1838. Harriet N. Mott, of Norwich: studied medicine, practiced four or five years 
in Tolland, was in dry goods business in New York; resides in Norwich, Conn. 
Had son. John .\ugustus, born November 20. 1834, married. December 27. 1867, 
Anna T. Richards, of North .\ttleboro. Mass. Child. John Edward, born January 2. 
i8(')<). 



SEVENTH GENERATION. 135 

John Ransom Tu-ccdy. born April 12. 1810; married, first, October 20, 1846, Cornelia 
Smith, of Hampton, died October 29. 1850; married, second, September 14, 1863, 
Delia J. Fuller, of Hampton. One son. Dwight Smith, born .\iigu-,t 5. 1S50; un- 
married ; is an engineer in Xorwich. Conn. 

Henrietta Tweedy. Unn Septemlicr 11. 1815; unmarried; resided, Hampton. 

(x-3-1 1-78-281-735-223.?) 21839. 

RANSOM, son of Jonathan and Lodemia (Ransom) Kingsbury, born March 10, 1789. in 

Hampton. Conn.; married. ; liorn in Canterbury, Conn.; died May, 1835, age 

40 years; resided, Willington, mnv Abiugtim. Conn. 

CHILDREN- 

217890. PHILO TWEEDY, born ; married. June 26. 1865, Julia A. Green. No chil- 
dren. Resided. Abington. Conn. 

217801. WASHINGTON FRANCIS, born ; married. March 6. 1S45. Mary A. Brown. 

Two children. Resided, Warsaw, N. V. 

217892. JON,\THAN LEE. born ; married Lucretia Fay. No children. Resiiled. 

Titusville, Pa. 

(x-3-11-78-281-735-2233' 2J840, 

JONATHAN, son of Jonathan and Lodenn'a (Ransom) Kingsbury, born .Vpril 5. 1792; mar- 
ried, ; died. 1869, in Livonia. N. Y. 

CHILDREN: 

217900. HENRY D.. born : married. . Two daughters ; resided Livonia Sta- 

tion, N. Y. 

217901. LEWIS, born ~ ; married. . Two sons, Frank and Frederick, married. 

No children. 
Mem. from F. J. K. : There was a Jonathan who died about 1825. at Barre, part of Ba- 
tavia. N. Y., who.se widow. Sophia, married Calvin Field, . 1826. 



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EIGHTH GENERATION. 

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EIGHTH GENERATION. 

( X- 1 -9-65-203 -_i36-S78-8282 ) 82321. 

JAMES ADAMS, son of SaiiuicI and Emma B. (Adams) Kingsbury, born July 24. T831 ; 
niairinl .Mary Jane Saxc. Resides in Chicago; is a real estate agent. Have one daugh- 
ter: 

822710. F.Mil.A L., born . 



( X- 1 -9-65-203-439-802-8420 ) 83702. 

ELLEN MARIA, daughter of Seth and Rachel (.Woodbury) Kingsbury, born February 13, 
1S30, in koxbury. N. H. : married, July 12. i860. Calvin Davis, of Roxbury, where she 
died June 26, 1871. 

ISSUE: 

Fird Woodbury Davis, born .'\pril 30. 1862. 
Frank Erastus Davis, born November 7. 1863. 
Lizzie Ehira Davis, born September 15, 1865. 

(x-i-g-65-203-439-892-8420) 83707. 

ADA ESTELLA, daughter of Seth and Lois (Brahrook) Kingsbury, born October 30, 1848. in 
Koxbury, N. H. ; married, June 10. 1871, Wallace W. Houghton, of Kcene. N. H.. a 
shoe dealer in Stoneham. Mass. She died in Kecne. N. H., March 11, 1S73. She was a 
teacher. 

ISSUE: 
Oscar IVallacc Hnif^litmi. burn September 8. 1S72. in Keene, N. H, 

(x-i -9-65-203-439-892-8420) 83708. 

LOIS REBECCA, dau,ghlcr of Seth and Lois (Brahrook) Kingsbury, born Dec. 2i. 1850: 
married. March 31. 1875, Wallace W. Hougliton, of Keene. N. H. : shoe dealer in Stone- 
liam. Mass. She was a teacher. 

ISSUE: 
Chirriict- ll'illii- Hiiii^^lilnii. liorn X'ovember 15. 1875. 

(x-i-io-67-219-559-1559-15094) 150441. 

ARISTUS AUSTIN, son of Benjauiin and Lucy -•\nn (Pope) Kingsbury, born September I. 
1845. in Troy. Ohio: married, at Richland. N. Y.. March 29. t866. Mary J. Mayhew, born 
September 21. 1847. in Chagrin Falls. Ohio. wl]ere they reside. He is proprietor of the 
Falls Hotel. 

CHILDREN (born at Chagrin Falls) : 

1503910. JOHN M.WHEW, born August 16. 1867. 

1503911- BRAYTON BENJAMIN, born September 25. 1871 ; died December 29, 187S. 

150.3912. LLICY A., born February 12, 1878. 

(139) 



j^o KINGSBURY GENEALOGY. 

(x-i- 10-67-^19-561-15/7-15^70) 152202. 

ALBERT BENJAMIN, s..n of Cant. Benjamin and Hannah (Stone) Kingsbury, liorn Feb- 
ruary -'«, 1830; married, i'cl.ruary 23. 1S59. Sarah A. Fillebrovvn; is a wholesale dealer 
in boots and shoes; lives in Quiney, Illinois. 

CHILDREN : 

i52i5-'o. ALBERT BENJAMIN, born Jnly 8, iS(.o; grad. Harvard Cnll ; is on editorial staff 

of the New York VVorUl. 
15215JI. CARRIE, born December 17. 1863, in Quiney. married. Octolier 7, 1885. Frank C. 

Parker, of Quiney, Miehig.m. She died July 15. 1887, in Quiney, Illinois. 

( x- 1 - 1 0-67-2 1 9-56 1 - 1 57/ - T 5-/0 ) 152206. 

LYMAN ELLIS, son 1 f Capt. Benjamin and Hannah (Stone) King^bury, born July 17. 1841 : 
in.nricd. lime d, 18O4. at Quiney. Illinois, .Annette R. Brown; was a wholesale dealer m 
boots and shoes in Quiney. He died Noveiuber 8, 1873. 

CHILDREN : 



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I, 

I 






1521560. DONALD BROWN, born , 

1521561. EDITH, born . 

( X- 1 - 1 0-67-2 1 0-56 1 - 1 577- 1 5-/0 ) J52207. 

CHESTER EL3RIDGE, son of Capt. Benjamin and Hannah (Stone) Kingsbury, born De- 
eemlier 7, i8_|3; married, September 11. 1874, Nannie M. Kampcn, born December 29, 
1854; entered railway service July i, 1876, to August I, 1876, And. Iron Mountain, dies- 
ter & Eastern R. R. Co. ; August 1. 1876 to .April i. 1878. General Freight and Passenger » 

Agent Waba.sb, Chester & Eastern Railroad Co. ; since that time .\uditor and General §• 

Freight and Passenger Agent of same road. Residence, Chester, Illinois. They have a 
daughter : 

1521570. MARFL, born December 22, 1875. 

(x-i- 10-67-220-563- 1586- 15302) J53J20. 

ALBERT JOSEPH, son of Janus S. Donnelle and Emily Josephine Kingsbury, born Septem- 
ber 20, 1857, in Francestown, N. H.; married, May ig, 1880, Katie Bell Hallowell, born 
November 14, 1859. in Lowell. Mass. He is engaged in real estate business in Bo.ston. 
They have one son ; 

15.S070D. WILLOUGHBY JOSEPH, born August 22. 1881. in Lowell, Mass; is a student 
(Class 1902), Harvard Coll. 

(x-i-io-68-22i-.566-i59oA-i5,(oiA) J535J0A. 

WILLIAM LEONARD, sou of William and Temiieranee (Leonard) Kingsbury, born March 
2(1. 1820; m,irrrii-d, . Anna Ware Welister. born May 30. 1820; resided in Surry. 

N. H. 

CHILDREN: 

1534600A. ELBRIDGE EMERY, liorn September 16. 1843; died April 10, 1844. 

i5346oi.\. N/\NCY ELLEN, born February 10. 1845; married, January i. 1867, John Car- 
penter. 

I5.14r)02.\. GEORGE FRANKLIN, born September 10, 1846, in Walpole; died February. 1849. 

1534603. \. OTIS WILLIAM, born February 14. 1850. in Walpole; married. February 28. 
1874. Nellie Cbeever. 

i5346o4,'\. FLMIR.X. born May 20. 1S52. in Gnysville, Vermont; died Deeenilier 12, 1852. 




Francis Homer Kingsbury, 
Born 1837. 



EIGHTH GENERATION. M' 

(x-i-io-68-22i-566-i59oA-i540iA) I5351JA. 

GEORGE DINSMORE, son of William and Temperance (Leonard) Kingsbury, born April 19. 

1822; married, February . 1846, Ellen Amanda, daughter of Asahel B. and Cynthia 

(Johnson) Hodgkins. He died September 2». 1876. 

CHILDREN: 

1534(1 10 A. • '^^"''^ • 

I5.!40i I A. , born . 

(x-i-io-i)8-22i-5<i''>-i5'XiA-i5 4"i'\' I53512A. 

CHARLES FRANKLIN, son of William and Temperance (Leniiar.l) KiiiKshnry, burn June 
II, 1824; married, October J>^. 1857, Sarah Ann, daughter of Nathaniel B, and Eliza 
Ann (Fi.ske) Pierce, 1)nrn June 21, i8,-A in Cavendish. Vermont. Resided in Lyme, 
Mass. One daughter : 

i5,;402oA. ELL.\ SAR.Ml. horn Octolxr 29, 1858, in Stoddard. 

(x-i-io-68-22i-566-i590.\-!S40iA) 1535 J3A. 

JOHN, son of William and Temiierance (Leonard.) Kingsbury, born December 13, 1826; mar- 
ried. October 28. 1852, Mary Ursula, daughter of Ralph Emerson and Biah (Hale) Smith, 
born April 2, 1826. in ALstead, N. H. Resided in Surry. N. H. One child: 

i5,546,;o.\. . born . 

( X. I - 1 0-68-22 1-566- 1 590C- 1 5405C ) I53550C. 

FRANCIS HOMER, Min of Isaac and Mary Ann (Homer) Kingsbury, born April 2;,, 18.^7, m 
Newton (now Chestnut Hill), Mass.. son of John and Thankful White, .son of Jonathan 

and Jemima Skinner, son of Jonathan and llaMiial. sou of James and .'Mice, son of 

Nathaniel and Mary Bacon, son of Joseph and .Milhcent Ames: married, first, October 
10, 186s, Mary Isabella, dau.ghter of L. B. and Mary B. Wilson, of Indianapolis, born 
December 26. 1843. died in Columlnis. Ohio. January 18, 1886. 

CHILDREN: 

I5,!5000C. CHARLES HO.MILR. born February 26. 1867. in Indianapolis: is Coml. Agent 
N. & W. R, R.. Pittsburg. Pa. 

i5.?500iC. FRANCIS WILSON, born November 2,?, 1870, in Columbus, (Jhio; died October, 
1879. 

I5,V5002C. MARY, born July 11, 1874, in Columbus, Ohio: died August 4, 1874. 

iS.^.iOO.sC. KENNETH RALEIGH, horn January 2.^, 1876. in Columbus. Ohio: employe Pipe 
Line Oil Co.. East. Pa. 

1535004C. ROBERT BARBER, horn January 24. 187S. in Colunilius. Ohio: grad. Princeton 
Coll., June, 1899. Private Secretary of E. W. Scott, President of the Provi- 
dent Savings Life Ins. Co. of New Yorl; : died December i,^, 1900. 

15J5005C, HENRY JUDSON. horn March 26, 1881, in Columbus, Ohio: employed Pier 28, 
N. R., New York, P. R. R, 
Married, second. May ,?i, 1S88, in Orange, N. J., .\nna Parsons, daughter of Sam- 
uel U. and Eliza (Parsons) Berrian, horn iNIarch 9. 1852. in Rye, N. Y. They 
have a son : 

IS35006C. HERBERT BAIRD, h.iru July 27, 1889, in East Orange, N. J. 

Francis Homer resided with !iis parents on their farm during the early years of his life, 
assisting in raising and marketing the products of the farm. Received a good common school 
education in the district school and high school at Newton Center, and in private academy then 
ilourishing in Newton Center. Went to Southern Ohio, i86l, to Central Indian.i and Indian- 



f 



,42 KINGSBURY GENEALOGY. 

apolis in i,S()j; was engaged in nioi-chandisiiig ; in 186,^ became connected with the Star Union 
Line, a fast freight organization of the Pennsylvania R. R. Co. and its Western connections; 
from' 1874 to July, 1886. was Assistant General Freight Agent P. C. C. & St. L. Ry., when he was 
promoted to Eastern snperintendency of the Star Union Line, and Through Freight Agent of 
the P. R. R.. holding the former position until Jime, 1897, when he resigned on account of dl 
health. Is still in the employ of P. R. R. His railroad service covers a period of nearly ,?8 
years. During these years various trusts and responsibilities have been pressed upon him 
other than his official duties, not least of these that of Elder in the Presbyterian Church in at 
least two of the cities where he has lived. His second marriage occurred in the Central Pres- 
byterian church. Orange, N. J., ceremony performed by Rev. Henry J. Van Dyke, D.D., form- 
erly of Brooklyn, assisted by Rev. Alfred Veomans, D.D., pastor of the Central church. 

(.x-i-io-68-_vi-566-i5405C) 15355 IC. 

LAVINIA ELIZABETH, daughter of Isaac and Mary Ann (Homer) Kingsbury, born No- 
\enibei- jo, iSjX. m Newton. Mass. ; married, October 17, i860, Albert Gay, son of James 
S. and Louisa S. (Gay) Brown, born August 24, 1S27. in Roxbury, Mass.. died March to. 
1894, in Rocklcdge, Florida. Resides, Auburndale, Mass. 

ISSUE; 

Cliarh-s .llhrrt /in>7.'», born Octolier 18, 1861 ; married, July 2. 1891, Edith Guild Page, 
born November 24, 1866. Two children: ( i ) Augustus Page, born April 16. 1892; 
(2) Kingsbury, born May 2. 1894; employed by the United States Leather Co., 
Boston. 

George Guy Bnneii. born July 10, i86,r, married, June 14, 1888. .Mice .Xbert Richardsim. 
born Septenilier 5, 1864. in Hubbardston. Mass. No children. Occupation, travel- 
ing salesman, Produce Co., Boston. Resides in Auburndale. 

irHliain Crossii'cll Brown, born August M. 1867; married. October 20, 1892, Ennly 
Electa Brooks, born March 3, 1869, in Claremont, N. H. Two children; (i) 
William Brooks, born September 10, 1894; (2) Elizabeth Kingsbury, born November 
17, 1895. Resides, Melrose, Mass. Occupation, Agent All-Rail Atlantic Coast Line 
Despatch, Boston. 

Benjamin Kingsbury Brozvn. born October 9. 1875: unmarried: resides, Auburndale; 
Is Traveling Freight and Passenger Agent Cent, of Ga. Ry. Co, Ocean S. S. Co., 
Boston. 

(x-i-io-68-22i-566-i59oC-i54o.^C) J53552C. 

CHARLES AUGUSTUS, (Rev.), son of Isaac and Mary Ann (Homer) Kingsbury, born No- 
vember Hi. 1831). ni Newton, Mass.; married, first, March 28, 1871, Caroline Boynton, 
vho died January 28, 1873. ol), s. p. ; married, second, .\pril i,^, 1875. Mary Augusta 
Donaldson. 
Mr. Kingsbury died at Redlands, Cal., November 23, 1893, aged 54 years. He was a grad- 
uate of Williams College and of Union The jlogical Seminary. His pastorates were at Marion, 
Mass., and at West Winficll, N. V. Born and trained in a Christian home, at the age of fifteen 
he joined the Church at Newton Centre, Mass., of which place his brother is still a resident. 
Mr. Kingsbury's preaching was eminently biblical and evangelical. When prevented from 
preaching by ill health, as he often was, he worked in the Sunday school. He and his devoted 
\\'\{e could never do too much for the cause that they loved. He was a valuable citizen. He 
would visit the farmers of his parishes, and. being a scientific agriculturist, he taught tlieni hmv 
to raise better crops. In Redlands he was elected by the temperance vote of the town, and 
against a pow-erful opposition from the saloons, to the offices of trustee of the town and mem- 
l)er of the school committee. At his funeral the church was crowded with all classes of citi- 
i'ens, ni.in.x- ni them cnmiiig from clnsed ])u1ilic offices and places of business to show their ai)- 
preciation of a life devoted to principle and their gratitude for .services rendered to the city. 

D. L. F. 



RKVHTH GENERATION. 143 

CHILDREN: 
I5350-'OC. HOMER PENFIELD DONALDSON, born ^[arcll 26. 1877; resides, RcdLinds. 
1535021C. , born ; student, Harvard Coll. 

( .X- 1 - 1 0-68- J2 1 -566- 1590C- 1 .S405C ) J53553C. 

ISAAC FRANKLIN, (Col.), son of Isaac and Mary .\nn (Homer) Kingsbury, liorn January 

2. 1841, in Xewton. Mass.; married. . Laura D. Holmes: resides. West Newton, 

Mass. 

CHILDREN: 

i535o,?oC. MARY MALIXD.V. bnrn September 8. 1867. 
i5.?503iC. ISAAC WILLI. \M. liorn July 10. 1S72. 

( .X- 1 - 1 0-7 1 -24-I -589- 1 600- 1 550 1 ) 154510. 

DANIEL PERRY, son of Ira and Enscbia (Perry) Kingsbury, born Septemlicr 24. i8,?i ; 
married. , Flora Wilson, of Alstead. N. H. Resided in Alstcad. 

CHILDREN : 

1544600. IR.-\. born . 

1544601. GEORGE, born . 

(\-1-10-7T -244-589- 1 600- 1 5501) 1545 J2. 

GEORGE WASHINGTON (Lieut.), son of Ira and Eusebia (Perry) Kingsbury, born- Au- 
gust ,V). 1840: married. . Sally Pile. Lieutenant in 12th U. S. Infantry, and was 

stationed at Camp Thomas. Arizona, .May. 1S81 ; died Clifton Springs. N. Y.. 1898. 

CHILDREN : 

1544620. COR.\. born . 

1544621. RUFUS. born ; resides. Pbiladelpliia. 

(x- 1-10-71-244-589- 1600- 1 5505) 154553. 

HARLAND WILLIAM, .son of WiUiam and Fanny E. (Spring) King-bury, born ^^larcb 25. 

1847: married, February 25, 1875, Clarrie L. Goodale ; reside in Sterling, Mass., where all 

the children were born. 

CHILDREN: 

i545o.?o. HELENA SHANNON, born November 17. 1876, 
I5450,u, CARRIE BLAKE, born March 11, 1878. 
1545032, MABEL IRENE, born November 9, 1879, 

( .X- 1 - 10-7 1 -244-589-1 600- 1 5505 ) J54555. 

HOMER S., son of William and Fanny E. (Spring) Kingsbury, born June 24, 1853: married, 
March 31, 1876, Lorrette Woodbury: resided in Cavendish, Vernumt. 

CHILDREN: 

1545050, FRAZER. born . 

1 54505 1. A son, born . 

(x-i-io-71-244-589-1603-15531) 154810. 

LUCY O., daughter of Cliarles and Ruby (Osgood) Kingsbury, born May 9. 1833; married, 
first. (October 25. 1854. Henry E. B. Polls, died Marcli 19. 1862; married, second. De- 
cember 24. 1867. Joseph H. Smith, of New Haven. Conn. 

ISSUE: 
Mary J. Polls, liorn ^larch 4, 1850; died March 13, 1868, 
Joscpit R. Smith, born September 4, 1868, 
Carcliiir W. Smith, born .\ugusl 23, 1870. 
ll'iUiain B. Smith, horn May 6, 1872, 



144 KINGSBURY GENEALOGY. 

(x-i-io-7i-244-58g-i6o3-i55;,i ) J548II. 

ELLEN F., (laughter of Charles an>l Ruhy (Osgoixl) Kingsbury, born December ii. 1834; 
married, September 26. 1S54. Rev. Daniel E. Adams, grandson of Hon. D. .\danis. ^LD.. 
author of "Adams' Arithmetic": resided, Ashburnhani, Alass. 

ISSUE: 

Cliarli-s IK .h/aiiis. liorn Octolier JI. 1856: in Aiidover Theolog. Sem.. 1880. 
Mary K. .lilaiiis, born April 7, 1868. 
George W. .-Idaiiis, born April 27. 1873. 

(X-1-10-71-244-5S9-1603-15531 ) 154812. 

MARY A., daughter of Charles and Ruby (Osgood) Kingsbury, born August 2,^. 183O: mar- 
ried, September 2;},. 1856. Terry Halpine. 

ISSUE: 

Frank T. Halt<inc. born June 16. 1857. 

Stdla M. Halpine. born October i5. 1858: died Xnvcmber 19. 1862. 

Mary E. Halpine, born December 16. 1861. 

(x-i-io-71-244-589-1603-15531 ) I548I4. 

MARTHA A., daughter of Charles and Ruby (Osgood) Kingsbury, born September 21. 1840; 
Married Lewis S. Kilbourne. of Paxton, Mass. 

ISSUE: 

Ellen M. Kilbourne. born January 2. 1862; married, August 15, 1880, Thomas Trow- 
bridge, of Litchfield, Conn. 
Charles B. Kilbonrne. born June i, 1867. 
Frederic S. Kilbourne, born .•\ngnst — , 1876. 

(x-i- 10-7 1 -244-589- 1 603-15532) J54820. 

EDWARD APPLETON, son of Josiah and Sarah (Baker) Kingsbury, born February 14, 
1839: marrieil, March 29, 1861, Ellen M. Carpenter, of Surry. X. H. : resides in Keene. 
N. H. 

CHILDREN: 

1547700. EDDIE MILES, born March 14. 1865. in Surry, N, H, ; died, , 1879. 

1547701. LIZZIE ELLEN, born October 22, 1866, in Georgetown, Michigan: married. Au- 

gust 13. 1891 Clarence .\lvin Chase, son of .\lvin B. Chase, of Marlboro. N. H. : 
resides in Keene. N. H. 
'547701'j. .\ daughter, born October 22. 1S66, in Georgetown, Michigan, where she died Oc- 
tober 31, 1866. 

1547702. FR.WKLIX BURNSn^E. born February 20, 1868. in Georgetown, Michigan: 

unmarried; resides in Fitchburg, ^Nlass. : is compiling, in connection with Miss 
Maliel Hope Kingsbury, of Braintree. Mass.. a genealogy of the Joseph Kings- 
bury branch. Acknowledgment is here made~for valuable corrections and ad- 
ditions received. 

■547703- DELIA FLORENCE, born November 16. 1869. in Georgetown. Michigan; mar- 
ried. November 4. 1890. Wilder Frank Gates, .son of Frank B. Gates, of Fitch- 
burg; resides in Keene. N. H. 

1547704. .M.\Y D.\NIELS. born .\ugust 7. 1871. in .\ckworth. N. H.. wdterc she died De- 
cember 28. 1874. 

1.M7705. CHARLES -ARTHUR, born June 12, 1876, in .\ckworfh, N. H. ; is unmarried; 
resides in Keene. N. H. 



EIGHTH GENERATION. I45 

1547706. BESSIE ELVA. born May 6, 1878. in .Vckworth. N. II. : married. Angusl 26, i8y(J, 
Archie Coburn Gillis, of Danville, Vermont; resides in Kccne, X. H. 

Edward .Appleton Kingsbnry was reared on his father's farm, and attended the public school 
in his native town. He enlisted in Co. E, 6th Regt. N. H. Vols.. November 5, 1861, at Kecne, 
N. H. Discharged from the 0th Regt. for disability, at Convalescent Camp. Va., January 29, 
1863. and returned to Surry. N. H. He re-enhsted in Co. H. ist Regt. N. H. Heavy Artillery: 
was in the defences about Washington. D. C. till the close of the war. and was discharged at 
Concord. N. H.. June. 1865. 

While in Georgetown, Michigan, he was Justice of the Peace; while in .Vckwortli. N. H., 
was deacon of the Congregational church, one of the Board of Selectmen ; was the first Com- 
mander of "W. S. Hancock Post No. 9. G. .\. R.." at Alstead. N. H. Wliile in Keenc. N. H., 
he helped to organize the Cheshire Grange P. nf H., also the Cheshire County Grange Fair As- 
sociation, and has been its Treasurer for five years; elected a member of the School Board in 
Reene (city district) several years. Selectman in Ward 4. 1892. .Appointed Justice of Peace. 
1893. Elected a member in the city Council. i8q6 and 1S97. Lineige. \'ol. XII.. .American .An- 
cestry, p. 199. 

Ellen Maria Carpenter, his wife, was the third child in a family of fifteen children of Will- 
iam and Abigail (White) Carpenter, of Surry, X. H.. and a linea! descendant of William and 
Abigail Carpenter, wdio came to America in 1638. and settled in Rchoboth. Mass. For further 
account see the ''CARPEXTER MEMORIAL" (1898). by Amos B. Carpenter. West Water- 
ford. Vermont. 

(x-i-io-7i-J44-5S9-i6o3-i:;53->) 15482J. 

GEORGE BRADLEY, son of Josiah and Sarah (Baker) Kingsbury, born September 28, 1840, 
in Surry. X. II. : married. Feliruary 14. 1865, Elva M. Rogers, daughter of John Rogers, 
of Surry, born April 14, 1849; was a farmer; died in Kalamazoo. Michigan, March 22, 
1897. His widow lives in .Allendale. Michigan. 

CHILDREN (all b.irn in Allendale) : 

1547709. .ALICE E.. born .March 14. 1866; dic-d in .Mlendale. Xovember d, 1868. 

1547710. JOHX ROGERS, bcrn .May 16. 1S68; unmarried: live- in the old homestead. 

154771 1. GEORGE WILLLAM. borr, December 30. 1869: married. August 9. 1897. Candace 

I>abel Gillis. daughter of Archibald Leach and Martha E. (Jones) Oillis. born 
.August 9. 1872. in Danville. Vermont: lives in Fitchburg. Mass. 

1547712. IS.ABELLE F.. ln^rn Xovember'26. 187 1 : died in .Allendale. November 7. 1884. 
154771.V S.AR.AH ADELAIDE, born August 8. 1873: married, October 20, 1897, Fred Knowl- 

ton Parker, son of Lewis and Sarah .A. (Hazelwood) Parker, born July 5, 1870; 

lives in Allendale, Michigan. 
1547714. .M.ARTHA ELLEN, born May i. 1875: unmarried. 
1547715- JESSIE IRENE, born .August 19. 1876: unmarried. 

(.\-1-ro-71-244-580-1603-15533 ) 154830. 

SAMUEL LOCKE, son of .Abiiah Wilder and Rhoda Emcline (Wood) Kingsbury, born Feb 
iiKii\ 25. 1838: married, first. March 13. 1873. Sarah Enuna. daughter of William (). ami 
Lucy (W'ood) Kemp, born June 18. 1848. in Dedham. IMass., died June 14. 1874; mar- 
ried, second. January 20. 1878. Jennie Cambell. daughter of .Alex, and .Annie ( Xicoll) 
Hunter, of Parish of .Madderty. Perthshire, Scolland. liorn .May 13. 1S49; landed at Que- 
bec. Ontario. 1869. 

CHILDRE.X (by fir.t wife) : 

1547800. ETHEL .M-AV. bi'm .March 27. 1874; died .A])ril 2^. 1874. 

(By second wife) : 

1547801. .ANNIE EMELINE, born November 24. 1879. 



146 KINGSBURY GENEALOGY. 

(x-i-iOvi-J44-5S9-i6o.vi55,?4) J54840. 

FREDERIC H., son u£ Albert and Ann E. (Lyman) Kingslniry. born Jnne 6, 1837, in Kecne, 
N. H. : married. October 18. 1870, Ellen Elizabeth Tilden, Entered railway service, 
Alay. 1853. with the Cheshire Rd.. to May. 1864, clerk in General Freight Office; to Au- 
gust, 1865, General Freight Agent: to June. 1881. Cashier; April i, 1874. to date, Gen- 
eral Ticket .Agent; June i. 18S1. to date. Treasurer. Has been for nearly fifty years in 
employ of same railroad, in place of trust. Residence, Kecne, N. H. They have one ;on : 

1547900. ROBERT T., born .\pril 20, 1873. 

( X- 1 - 10-7 1-244-589- 1 603- 1 5,s34 > 15484 ) , 

JULIA E., daughter of Albert and Ann E. (Lyman) Kingsbury, born January 26. 1839; mar- 
ried, first, February 25, 1861, Josiah S, Niles, died .August 20, 1864. One child: .Agnes 
M., born March, 1863, died October ig. 1880; married, second, December 4, 1871, Isaac 
H. Congdon, M. M, Union Pac. R. R.. Omaha, Neb. 

(X-1-10-71-244-589-1600-15534J 154842. 

HARRIETTE A., daughter of .Albert and .Ann E. (Lyman) Kingsbury, born September i, 
1844 : married Edward SpauUling, 

ISSUE: 

Arthur E. Spiutldiiig. born .\pril i.|. 1871. 
Frank L. Spauldiiig. born Jiuie 15, 1872, 
George //. Spaiitdiiig. born December 20, 1875. 

(x-!-io-7i-244-589-i6o3-i5534 ) 154843. 

CHESTER L., son of .\lbert and .Ann E. (Lyman) Kingsbury, born .April 25, 1846; married, 
.August 6, 1866, Sarah E. Joslin. 

CHILDREN: 

I.S47930. FREDERIC E., born November 9, 1867. 
1547931. HENRY J., born January 16. 1869. 

('x-i-io-71-2.14-591-1625-15750) 157000. 

JANE, daughter of Edward iSIatber and Elizabeth (Camp) Kingsbury, born , in 

Fredonia, .Mich.; married, first, IMarsh Gr&ut ; reside, Kalamo, Michigan; died, 1889; 
married, second, , 1893, Daniel Mead. 

ISSUE: 

Lord Grant, born ; married , 1844, Dr. F. L. Snell, in Charleslon, Vt. 

Minnie Grant, born ; married, , 18O2, L. Z. Slosson. 

Walter Grant, born ; married. . 1869. Eliza WiLson. 

(x-3-i 1-73-250-625-1833-17835) J77855. 

PATIENCE TAPP AN, daughter of John and .Miriam (Place) Kingslniry, born November 
10, 1779; married. October i, 1805, at Portland. Charles Dean, born October 9, 1779, in 
Exeter, N. H. ; resided in Portland, Maine. ; died January I, 1829, 

ISSUE: 

Charles Dean, born about 1807; died, infant. 
Sarah Bridges Dean, born about 1S09; died, 1848. 
Mary Morse Dean, born about 181 1. 
Charles Dean, born about 1813; died, 1848, 



EIGHTH GENERATION. 



147 



John Ward Dean, born March 13. 1815, in Wiscassett. Maine. His life has centered 
abont the New England Historic Genealogical Society. Boston. Mass. Married. 
, 1853. Lydia Emerson. Name John letjallv changed to John Ward Jnlv \,\. 

[Gratefnl acknowledgment is hereliy made on behalf of my father for valuable data per- 
taining to the Kingsburys. and for a delightful correspondence with Mr. Ucan. covering a 
period of more than twenty-five years on genealogical matters. J. .■\. K.| 

"More than almost any other man he has done more to awaken interest in careful research 
into the early history of .-Kmerica." 

Jcrcniiiih Dean, born about 1817. 



(x-3-i i-73-259-6j5-iR,?.VI7S.;5) J 77856. 

SAMUEL, son of John and Miriam (Place) Kingsbury, born — 

-Miriam Gilpatrick; married, second. Mrs. Lydia (Rideout) Todd. His youngest daugh- 
ter : 



1774 : married, first. 



-. 1850, Lorenzo 



Thev had one son : 



1778060. IS.ABEL. born .\pril 13. 1827. in Biddcford. Maine; married. — 
Dow Evans. She died March 31, 1899. in Dorchester. Mass. 

(.x-.M 1-73-259-626-1836-17801 ) 178110. 

HENRY, son of John and Kingsbury, born : married. . 

1780600. GEORGE H.. born . lawyer: resided in Boston. 

(X-3-11-76-271-666-1958-19081 ) J903J2. 

DOROTHY LEAVENS, datightei of John and Dorothy (Leavens) Kingsbury, born Decem- 
ber 9. 1799; married. January 19. 1826. James K. Hosmer. of Willimantic. Conn. 

ISSUE: 

Jolm Kingsbury Hosnicr. born Novemljcr 14. 1826. 

Frederick Norton Hosmer. born January 14, 1828. 

Harriet E. Hosmer, born October 22, 1829; married, .-\pril 2. 1850. George L. Watrous. 

Ste[>lien E. Hosmer. born March 31. 1836: died .\pril 2. 1842. 

(x-3- 1 1 -76-27 1 -666- 1 958-1008 1 ) 190313. 

JOHN, son of John and Dorf)thy (Leavens) Kingsbury, born May 26. 1801 ; married. .August 
19. 1834. .Mary Mackie Burgess. 

CHILDREN: 

1902630. M.\RV B.. born June 13, 1835; married. Decemlier 13. 18^5. lulward rhilhps Bur- 

gess. 

1902631. THOM.\S B.. born January. 1837: died May 27. 1842. 

1902632. S.-\R.-\H. born October 1. 1838: died September 26. 1848. 
19026*33. HELEN ELIZABETH, born June 19, 1840. 

1902634. JOHN, born July i, 1842: died October 11. 1843. 

1902635. ALICE, born July 21 1844. 

1902636. -ANNE, born April 5. 1847. 

1902637. HENRY JAMES, born January 30. 1851. 

1902638. EMILY REBECCA., born April 15. 1853. 

(x-3-i 1-76-271-666-1958-19083) 190530. 

THIRZA, daughter of Asa and Sarah P. (Swan) Kingsl)ury. born June 25. 1796: married. 
, Moses Bryant : resided. Waukesha. Wis. 



1 



148 KINGSBURY GENEALOGY. 

ISSUE: 

George S. Bryant. Imhii ; resided, Boston. 

(.\-,3-ii-76-2-i-666-i958-iyo8,?) 190532. 

MAHALA, dauKlitcr nf Asa and Sarah P. (Swan) Kingslnn'v. liorn January 7. 1800; married, 
July 7, 1825. Bushnxl \V. Kussoll. She died . 1865. 

ISSUE: 

IiifanI Kiissi-II. liorn AprW id. i8i(). 

George Rnsscll, born May 28, 1827; married, Novemher. 1847, Mary Edwards, of Salem. 

Mass. Two children ; .\nne and Grace. 
Ellen Russell, horn February i.t. i8j(); married. Octolicr 9. 1851. Nathan B. Clark, of 

Camliridge, Mass. Two chiUlren : Charles and .\nhur. Resided with their father, 

in Washington. D. C. Mother died in Coloradn, 
Surah Louisa Russell, liorn March 22, i8ji ; married, .\ugust 7. 1854. John E. G.allagher. 

No children. She died in Wisconsin. 1 

Charles Russell, liorn .\ugust 10. 18,^5; died February 10. 18,^6. [ 

(x-3- 1 1 -76-27 1-666- 1958-1908,^) 190534. I 

SARAH, daughter of Asa and Sarah V. (Swan) Kingsbury, Ijorn September 25. i8o.r, mar- | 

ried, , Ai Reed. 

ISSUE; 

Sarah Reed, born June (>. 1830; died December 6, 1830. 

( .\-.i-i 1-76-271-666-1958-19083) 190536. 

AS.'X. son of Asa anil Sarah P. (Swan) Kingsbury, born .August it. 1808; married, , 

Laura Wardner. He died August 27, 1851. 

CHILDREN: 

1904860. . Ijorn . 

1904861. , born . 

( .\-3- 1 1-76-27 1 -666-1958- 1 9083 ) 190537. 

CALEB SWAN, son of Asa and Sarah, P. (Swan) Kingsljury, bc.ru May u. iSii ; married. 

. Carobue Rebecca (jalluii. born Mav 25, 1812, died July 4. 1844; resided in Enfield. 

N. .H 

CHILDREN: 

1904870. GEORGE HENR^■. born October 11. 1833; died July 12. 1S70. in Bnston, 

1904871. BENJ.MNHN CL'TLER. liorn July 3. 1835: unmarried; lesides. Butte Cily, Mon- 

tana. 

1904872. S.\R.\H .M.\RI.\. born Febru:irv 15, 1837; m.arried. , 1865, Joseph Gilson. 

He died . She resided in Celhel. Verni'int. Two children : Caroline, 

Ijorn . i869; .\luucia. liorn 18(18. 

1904873. BYRON FR.ANCIS. born March 3. 1839; married. , 18(17. Carrie Claih; was 

.Agent Old Colony R, R. : resided. Taunton. Mass. No children. 

1904874. CHARLES GALLUP, born August 2i. 1840, in Plainfield, N. H. ; married, . 

1867. Laura Shaddingcr, of Cincinnati, Ohio; is General Agent .American Ex- 
press Co. in Cincinnati : for many years was agent of the same company in Cleve- 
land. Ohio. 

(x-3- II -76-27 1-666- 1958- 190X3 ) J90539. 

AMANDAM., d.iughter of .\sa and Sarah P. (Swan) Kingsbury, born . 1816, in Plain- 
field, N. H. ; married. .April 20. 1840. Charles F. (irdlup. 



EIGHTH GENERATION. 149 

ISSUE: 

niiiily D. Gallup, born OctolxT 31, 1840; marricrl. January i. 1X62. Henry Case, 
of Plainfield, N. H. She died May 5, 1874. 

Frank D. Gallup, born August 10, 1843: married, . 1874, Maria Reding: resided, 

Fitchburg. Mass. 

.-liiuiiula M. Galluf. bcirn lubruary 28, 1846: married. Deeemlier 24, 1866. WiUiiim Iball, 
of Plainfield. 

Charles H. Gallup, born Oetober 23. 1848; died December 28, 1850. 

Stella H. Gallup, born Deceml)er 8. 1850: married. November 11. i860, Norman E. Will- 
iams, of Plainfield. 

Cliarlrs P. Gallup, born June 4. 1853: resided. Boston. 

Bciijaiiiiu Kingsbury Gallup, born Feliruarv 3. l8|;(i: married. June. 1878, Tama Howe; 
resided, Clinton, Mass. 

George Russell Galhip. born July 18. i860: resided, Nnrtblioro, Mass. 

(x-3- II -76-271 -669- 1974- 1(1245 ) J9I952. 

LOTT, son of Joseph and Betsey (HdUenbeck) Kingsbury, liorn .d'oul 1806; married Polly 
Phemie Cook; resided in Hudson. Ohio, many years, removing (o lllinciis, where he died. 

CHILDREN: 

1919020. WILLIAM, born • : went to California. 

1919021. EDWARD, born : went to California. 

(.\-3-11-76-271-669-1974-19245) 191956. 

JOHN, sou of Joseph and Betsey (Hollenbeck) Kingsbury, born December 28, 1814. in Hudson. 
Ohio; married, fir'^t, June g, 1836, at Ravenna. Ohio. Angebue Piisho]i, ilied February 14, 
1877: married second, February 8, 18S0, Mrs. Jane (Clark) Nash, of Streetsborough. 
He died October 29, 1885, and was mom^ned as one of the highly respected and indus- 
trious citizens of Ravenna, wdiose life was a practical example of his motto, "Peace on 
earth and good will to ,dl men." He was buried in Ma])Ie Grove Cemetery. 

CHILDREN (by first wife) : 

i9I90(jo. DAVID BISHOP, born October 8. 1S37. in Hudson. Ohio; married, September 13, 
1859. Ruth Amy Greene, horn Felirnary i, 183B. in Ravenna. Ohio. 

1919061. OTIS D., born August 12. 1839, in Hu<lson. Ohio; married, ; resides in Ra- 

venna, Ohio. 

1919062. JOHN HARLOW. Imrn .\ugust 7, 1841. in llndsou. Ohin; married. October 22, 

1863. Martha Jarie Smith ; resides in Ravenna. Ohio. 

1919063. .\ son. born Deeemlier 16. 1843, in Parkman. Ohio; died December 18. 1S43. 

1919064. LE.ANDER MILAN, ln.rn .April 10. 1845. in Parkman. (3biip: m.irried. M.n-ch 21, 

1877. Flora Alice Barber. 

1919065. EUGENE ELRO^'. Imni July 15. 1840. in Parkman: married. May 2,^. 1877. Hen- 

ritta Barber; died March 15. 1S94; resides. Ravenna. Ohio. 

1919066. BRADFORD ErHELBERT, born J.nnKiry 8, 1851. in Ravenna; married. . 

Imogene Debila Hill; removed In Kingston. Tuscnla County. Michigan: re- 
turned to Raxenna, Ohio. 
".Ml tile sous endowed with a f.air mechanical .geiiius." 

(n -3- 11 -76-27 1-669- 1 977- 19270) J92203. 

WILLIAM, son of losliua and Su-.inna (Marsh) Kingsburv. born November 1. 1807: married. 
April 30, 1846. Lydia J. Hier. of Brooklyn, lie xv:is a farmer; resided, Royaltoii, (^lv.a- 
hoga County, Ohio. 



ISO KINGSBURY GENEALOGY. 

CHILDREN : 

1921550. LETTIE A., born May 18. 1S48. in Royalton. Ohio; married, April ,^. 1867. Edwin 

Scrivener (or Scrivens), P. O., Bcrca. Ohio. 

1921551. BLANFORD W.. born .\pril 11. 1850, in Royalton. Ohio: married. September 28. 

1872, Lydia Stevenson, of Mayfield, Ohio. No children. Occupation, butcher. 
1021552. SUSANNA v., born March 26. 1852, in Royalton. Ohio; married. September 14. 

1871, William Demniing. 
19^1553- LEMUEL M.. born March 15. 1861. in Dover. Ohio: resided. Royalton, Ohio. 

(x-3-1 1-76-271-669-1977-19271 ) 192210. 

BLODGETT G., son of George and Betsey (Goddard) Kingsbury, born :\Iarch 3, 1800; mar- 
ried. . Sarah Smith, born May 4, 1804 ; resided. Pavdhon, N. Y., in 1880. 

CHILDREN- 

1921600. SQUIRE, horn November 2.3, 1823: died December 10. 1823. 

1921601. PERMELI.A.. born November 21. 1824; married. .John Groger. 

1921602. POLLY, born March 31, 1827- married. . George Tower. 

1921603. JOHN ALLEN, born October 6. 1831 : married. . Emily Groger. 

1921604. LORA S.. born September 2i^. 1836. married, . Rev, D. F. Halleck, of Long 

Island, N. Y. 

1921605. MILLARD FILLMORE, born June 4. 1843; died M.ay 20 1849. 

(x-3-11-76-271-669-1977-10271 ) 192211. 

MARY, daughter of George and Betsey (Goddard) Kingsbury, born June 12. 1802; married, 
. Ormsbee; residing in Ogle County. Illinois; died in 1876 or 1877 

ISSUE: 

Carlloii S. Oniishcc. liorn May 16. 1828. 

Myron Doiuis Oniisbcc. bnrn June 11, 1831 : went to California. 

Charles Clark Oriiisbcr. born December 2, 1835. 

(x-3-11-76-271-669-1977-19273 ) 192230. 

GUY M., .son of William and .\bigail Sally 1 Marsh) Kingsbury, born August 18. 1809. in 
Canaan. Conn.: married. May 3. 1836, Lydia .Xnn W'ebli ; resided in .Xlliance, Ohio, 
wliere he died August 31. 1846, 

CHILDREN: 

1921800. WILLI.VM W., born March 27. 1841; married. ; died. Hot Springs, Ark.: 

was editor of the "Newiirk .\dvertiser," Ohio, where his family resided until re- 
cently. 

1921801. CHARLES N., born October 18. 1842: married Mrs. Mary (Grover) Fay: resided, 

Tama C. H,, Iowa, 

1921802. HORACE G., born October 3. 1S44, formerly of Newark, Ohio: died . 

( x-3- 1 1 -76-27 1 -669-1977-19273 ) 1 92231 . 

JOHN A., son of William and .Abigail Sally (Marsh) Kingsbury, born November .30. 181 1; 

married, first. December , 1834. Elizabeth Gates: married, second. September 19. 

1839. Lucretia Elberson ; married, third, ^Ntrs. Elizabeth Wier Hall, He died May 31. 
1889. 

CHILDREN (by first wife): 

1921810. IRENE LAURA, born March 27, 1835: married, . Ephraim Transue. 



EIGHTH GENER^VTION. 151 

(By second wife) : 

1921811. GEORGE W., born Jnly 16, 1840; married, August , i860. Cherry E, Woods. 

1921812. CHARLES E., born October 6. 1845 : died September 16, 1863. 

1921813. SARAH ELIZABETH, born February 23. 1847 ; married, . John B. Day. 

1921814. SAML'EL W., born November 13. 1848; married. October 5, 1871, Rebecca WeiUert ; 

resides. Alliance, Ohio. 

(x-3-11-76-271-669-1977-19273) J92232. 

CHARLES W., son of William and .Aliigail Sally (Marsh) Kingsbury, born .August 25. 1816: 

married, , Elizabeth Nieberger; was a physician; died November 15. 1841, in 

Logan County, Ohio. They had one son: 

1921820. .born ; married, ; died , leaving two children. 

(x-3- 1 1 -76-271 -669-1979- 19291) 192416. 

ANDREW LEMUEL, son of Josiah and Altana (Fellows) Kingsbury, born May 20. 1810, in 
Ruxlmry, Delaware County, N. Y. : married, first, in .Allegan County, N. Y., January 12. 
1831, Lucy Gillett. died .April 4. 1887; married, second. May 9. i88g, Nancy V'an Flcete. 
No children. 

CHILDREN (by l^rst wife) : 

1923660. JOSI.AH, born June 24, 1833, in Shelby, Michigan. 

1923661. LYDIA B.. born May 7, 1836. 

1923662. LUCY J., born May 23, 18.38, in Hunter's Creek: married, in 1858, D. E. Bristol. 

She died April 5, 1862 

1923663. ANDREW LEMUEL, born May .> 1842: marrietl, first, October 8, 1863, .Mary M. 

Keeler : married, second, October 18. 1888, Permelia Palmerlee, 

1923664. ADELLA D., born September 20, 1844, in Lapeer, Michigan. 

1923663. JESSE H.. born May 20, 1847 : married, . .Amanda E. ; resided. Colum- 

biaville, Michigan. 

1923666. BENJAMIN F., born July 29, 1849: married, February 2, 1868, Harriet Wood: re- 

sided. Lapeer, Michigan. 

1923667. M.ARY ETT, born December 6, 1851. in Lapeer. 

1923668. LUELLA, born February 27, 1854 : died April 24. 1862. 

1923669. JOHN C, born March 5, 1857: married, June 3, 1874, Almira Decker. 

.Andrew L. removed from Mendon. N. Y.. to Shelby, Michigan, in 1833. to Lapeer, 
Michigan, in 1844, and was residing in Warren. Macuuib County, Michigan in 
1891. 

(X-3-1 1-76-271-669-1979-19297 ) 192470. 

HORACE, son of .Andrew and Sally (Silsbe) Kingsliury. liorn .April 25, 1816, in Wayne, 
Steuben County, N. Y. : married. May 24, 1849. in Batavia. by Rev. S. M. Stimson, Eliza 
Brace, born June 27, 1814, in Pompey. Onondaga County, N. Y., died December 13. 1894. 
They had one daughter : 

1924200. M.ARY ISABEL, born September 16, 1851, in Lockpnrt, N. Y. : is unmarried and 
lives in Lockport. 

( x-3- 1 1 -76-27 1 -669- 1 979-19297 ) J 92471 . 

HARRIET, daughter of .Andrew and Sally (Silsbe) Kingsbury, bnrn January 15. 1820, in 
Wayne, Steuben County, N. Y. : married. February 22, 1844, in Parma, by Rev. R. Clapp. 
Francis Granger. She died January 5. 1901. 



152 KINGSBURY GENEALOGY. 

ISSUE: 
Miranda Granger, horn December 26, 1844. i" Parma, N. Y. 
Jnlia Harriet Granger, l)orn July 30. 1847, in Parma, N. Y. 
Eli:a Almira Granger. 1)orn April 3, 1850. in Bellville, Canada. 
Clara Aliee Granger, born July 16, 1852, in Parma, N. V. 
Eli Henry Granger, born May 2, 1856, in Washington. Lucas County, Ohio. 
Susie Granger, born November 16, 1858. in Washington. Lucas County. Ohio. 
Florence Granger, born September 7, 1863. in Washington. Lucas County. Ohio. 

( .x-3- 1 1 -76-27 1 -6(19-1979-19297 ) 1 92476. 

ALBERT, son of Andrew and Sally (Silsbe) Kingsbury, born April 6. 1840; married. July 3. 
1865. Emily A. Chapel. Iiorn .\ugust 8. 1842, in Avon, N. Y. He was a farmer, 
seived four years in the Civil W'nr, and dieil July 2. 1878. in Le Roy. N. Y. 

CHILDREN: 

1924260. ALICE E.. born March 18. 186S. in Avon; married. October 8. 1890. Chester W. 

Tuttle. 

1924261. ARTHUR J., born April 21. 1873, in Leroy, N. Y. : <licd May 30, 1875. 

1924262. ERNEST A., born January 30. 1875. 

(x-3- 1 1-76-27 1 -669- 1979- 19297) 192478. 

FRANKLIN, son of .\ndrcw and Lavinia (Price) Kingsbury, born December 31. 1851 ; mar- 
ried. . 18S4. Ella Shoudler. liorn September 23, 1856. in Scottsvillc. N. Y. 

CHILDREN: 

1924280. HERBERT WILLARD, born October 27. 1886. in Caledonia, N. Y. 

1924281. DEAN SHOUDLER, born July 3. 1888. in Caledonia, N. V. 

(x-3-i 1-77-274-684-2061-201 10 ) 200603. 

FLAVEL (or Flavial) CL.\RK. son of As:i and Lurena (Ilartshorn) Kingsbury, horn 1790. 

in Hartford (?): m.irr:ed. November. 1815, in Manchester. Conn.. Tryphena Holmes. 

born 1796. died 1873. He was a carpenter and cabinet maker; resided in or near Ulica. 

N. Y. ; died 183s (?). 

CHILDREN: 

2005529. ALBERT EASON, born ; died in Mexican War. 

-0055.P- CARLOS M., born January 20. 1823; married, first, Jane Davis; second. Mary 
Ann Davies ; died in Ronvj, \. V.. June. 1873. aged 45. Eight children. 

2005531. ORSON J., born : married Sarah Davis; died in Sycamore, 111., , 1899, 

aged 78. Eight children. 

2005532. WILLL-\M W.. born ; m;irried Lucina C. Miller. Two children. 

2005533. LURENA, born . 1831 ; m.arried. February 5. 1852. Lansing DcForest ; died 

July 5, 1898. Seven cliildren. She resides. DcKalb. 111. 

2005534. IX\'ERN.\ H.. born about 1818; died Scptcml'er, 1891. in Rome. N. Y.. aged 73. 
2005535 SARAH HUNGTINGTON. born ; married Francis D. Perkins, fanner; 

resides. Oneida, N. Y. No children. 

2005536. M.\RY L.. born ; married W. R. Williams. She died in Oneida. N. Y., 

Septendier, 1886, aged 51. Four children. 
Airs. K. married, second, . 1853. Martin Barnes, of Turin, N. Y. 

Record of Jnhii (200605) and descen<lents. See Miscellany. 

(x-3- 1 1 -77-274-684-2062-20122) 200720. 

NABBY, daughter of James and Eunice (\^'aldo) Kingsbury, born January 7, 1792, in .-\lstead. 
N. II. ; married. January 4. 180S. Dyer Sherman. She died March 15, 1865. 

ISSUE: 

. born ; died . 

, born ; died . 



EIGHTH GENERATION. 153 

(x-3-ii-77-J74-684-2o6j--'OI2.>) 200721. 

AMOS, son of James and Eunice (.Waldo) KiiiKsbiiry, l>i'rn July 13. 1793. in Alstcad. N. H. ; 
married, first. January 4. 1815. Claris.sa Ingersoll. died May 15, 1819; married, second, in 
1820. Mary Sherman. He died January 19. 1.S58. in Hastings, Minnesota. 



CHILDREN (by first wife): 



2006710. DYER, born 

200671 1. CLARISSA. l)orn 



( Bv second wife") 



2006712. CHESTER TAYLOR, born January 25, 1821 ; married, first. Lucy F. Hart; mar- 

ried, second. Mary E. Carter. 

2006713. .'\LBERT. liorn ; married. ; died. 1867. 

( x-3- 1 1 -77-274-684-2062-20122 ) 200722. 

ALMON, son of James and Eunice (Waldo) Kingsbury, born January 27. 1795. in .\lstead. 
X. H. ; married. August 6. 1820. Liicyv\nn Cone. He died in Buffalo. N. Y.. August 12. 

'857. 

CHH^DKEX: 

2006720. J.\MES T.. born : resided. Milwaukee. Wis. 

2006721. C.EORGE. born ; resided. Buffalo. N. Y. 

2006722. .\ daughter, born : married. , Hastings. 

2006723. J. WE. born : married. . Erastus Crooker. born Cairo, N. Y.. 1803: 

was a tavern keeiier. Buffalo. 1838-18^8. Three children: DeWitt C. William. 
Mary Jane. 

2006724. LUCY A. (or Louisa), born ; married Cornelius Lansing Seymour. Her 

daughter. Kate Vanderhayden Seymour has Lineage Record 3897, in Vol. IV.. 
Lineage Book. 

(x 3- 1 1-77-274-684-2062-20122 ) 200725. 

CALISTA, daughter of James and Eunice (Waldo) Kingsbury, born September 22. 1800. in 
Clevekind. O. : married. December 7. 1814. Runa R. Baldwin. 



ISSUE: 



Soltliroiiiii Bald-.^'iii. born 

Alfred Baldwin, born 

Aim on Baldwin, born — 

Albert Baldwin, born 

Lucv Baldwin born 



Martha Sherman BaldiK'in. bnrn . 

(x-3-1 i-77-274-(,84-2ori2-20T22 ) 200726. 

ELMINA, daughter of James and Eunice (Waldo) Kingsbury, born August 20. 1802. in Cleve- 
land. Ohio; marne.l. February . 1820. Perley Hosmer. She died ^Lly . 1870. 

ISSUE: 

James Hosmer. born : resided. Beaver Dam. Wis. 

Harriet Hosmer. born 

Diana Hosmer, born ; resided. Chicago. 

Harvey Hosmer, born . 



154 KINGSBURY GENEALOGY. 

(,x-i;ii-77-274-bii4-2062-20i2J) 200728. 

ALBERT, son of James and Rmiice (Waldo) Kingslniry, born July jo, 1806, in Cleveland. 

()liio; married, first. J.muary . 1827. Melinda Robinson; married, second. , 

Sopbia Laughton : married, tliird, . Sarah McCnllncb. He died January 18, 1858. 

in Hastings. Minn. 

CIHLDRK.N' (by first wife) : 

2006780, RUFU.S. 1)orn ; <lie(l, 185O. in Ravenna. Ohio, 

2006781, HENRY, born ; resided. ,\lKi;an. ^lichigan. 

( By second wife ) ; 

2006782, H.\RRIET, born . 

( By third wife) : 
200678,?. ID.\ :M,-\V, born . 

( x-,M 1-77-274-684^2062-20122) 200731. 

JAMES WALDO, son of James and Eunice ( Waldo) Kingsbury, born A\n-\\ 2j. 181.?. in Cleve- 
land, Ohio; married, 1847 or 1848, Lucinda Rogers, born Feliru.iry 14, 1825, in Becket. 
.Mass.. died December 28. 1875. 

CHILOREX: 

2oo()8io. ELLEN ,\UGUSTA, born May , 1849. 

2006811, BUCKLEY STED.MAN, born January , 1851, in Clevelan.l. Ohio, 

2006812, FRANKLIN PIERCE, born November 12. 1852. 

2006813, WILLIAM WALDO, born ALay 20. 1854. 

2006814, CHARLES LEWIS, born November 22. 1855, 

2006815, FANNY LUCIND.A, born April 28, 1858, in Cleveland; married, September 24. 

1878. Lewis Miller, of Cleveland, 

2006816, NORMAN JAMES, born April 13. i860. 

2006817, HATTIE DIANA, born March 12. 1865; died April 25. 1S78. 
2C06S18, EGBERT LUCIUS, born May i,^. 1868. 

2006819. CARRIE N.\NCY. born February 12, 1871, 

(x-.vi i-77-274-r'S4-2062-2Oi26) 200760. 

CHARLES, son of Major Elisha and Pliebe (Beckwitb) Kingslniry, born , 1705: mar- 
ried, , .\nn Aliller; resided, Alstead, N. H. 

CHILDREN: 

2007100. L-'\UR.\ L.. b.irn November 28. 1825. 

2007101. LUCY ,\.. born August 30. 1827 (?); married. September ig. 1852. William W. 

Collins, of Uneasville. Conn. 

2007102. MARTH.\. born . 1821). 

2007103. .AURILL.V. born . 

2007104. H.ARRIET. born . 

2007105. LOUIS.A. liorn August 2^. i8.s — ; married Levi L. Jaqnith. 

2007106. ELISH.\ .ALTSTIN. born August 1. 1835: married. July 22. 1857, Harriet Stevens, 

2007107. .\LBERT. born . 

2007108. .ABBIE S,. born .Ajjril 7. 1850; married. December 30. 1S71, Joseph Brophy, 

(x-3-n-77-274-6S4-2o66-20i6o> 205)01. 

MARIA, claughter of .Andrew and Mary (Osborne) Kingsbury, born January 5, 1787: mar- 
ried, Xowmber 25, 1800, (I.-orge Goodwin, of East Ilarlford, Conn. 



EIGHTH GKNHRATION. 



ISSUE: 



155 



Maria Goodwin, boni N'ovember i. 1810; married. June 2(). 1857. Heny Pitliin. One 
child: Maria Goodwin Pitkin. 

Elizabeth Goodwin, born July . 1812; died August 9, 1S15. 

Andrew Kingsbury Goodwin, born November 28. 1815. 

Elizabeth Goodwin, born July 28. 1S1-; died September 24. 1847. 

Ellen Goodwin, born July 2. tSiq: married. October 7. 1846. Thomas S. Williams, Three 
children: (i) Robert Edward: (2) Maria Goodwin: ( ,1 ) Mary Edwar<ls. Re- 
sided in Maiden. Mass. 

Mary Edwards Goodwin, liorn September .5. 1S22: married. . William S. Will- 
iams. One daughter ; resided. Glastonbury. 

George Henry Goodiein. born .\pril 7. 1826; was a paper mauufactm-er in East Hart- 
ford. 

Susan Leavitt Goodwin, born August .31, 1828. 

Harriet Taliott Goodwin, born January r. 1832. 

(x-.M I -77-274-684-2066-20160) 20U02. 

ELIZABETH, daughter of .Andrew and .Mary (Osborne) Kingsbury, born October 18. 1789: 
married. December 10. 1821. Norman Smith, of Hartford. Conn. She died Febru;iry 2.,. 
1826, in Hartford. 

ISSUE: 

Andrew Kingsbury ■'^inilli. born March 6. 182,5: died February 20. 1824. 

Andrew Kingsbury Sniitlt. born February g. 1824: married. December 9. 1855. 

Sibley; was a surgeon in the U. S. Army. 

Olii'er Sinitli. born April 4. . 

Norman Smith married, second. . Lucy Morris, of East Haven. 

(x-,v 1 1-77-^74-684-2166-20160) 201103. 

HARRIET, ilaughter of .\ndrew and ?ilary (Osliorne) Kin.gsbury, born December 2,;. 1792; 
married. June 5, 1813. Russell Talcott. of Glastonbury, Conn. 

ISSUE: 

Henry Taleott. born Scptemlx-r 2,^. 1S16; died April 28. 1838. 

Russell Goodrich Taleott. born .-\ugust 15. 1818: married. October 26. 1846. Mary Sey- 
mour. They had a daughter. Mary Kingsbury Talcott, born November 3. 1847. 
Her Lineage Record. No. 224,^. Lineage Book, Vol. III. She is Registrar of the So- 
ciety of Colonial l^anies of Connecticut. 
[Miss Talcott is preparing for Hon. F. J. Kingslniry. of Waterbury. Conn., a genealogy of 
"The Descendants of Henry Kingsbury — Fairly Complete. 1615-1820." which includes much of 
Henry that my father gathered, and much in addition. J. A. K.] 

CX-3-11-77-274-6S4-2066-201621 20 J 120. 

ELEAZER, son of \\'illiam .and .Abigail (Rich.ardson) Kin,gsbury. born November 2,^, 1788: 

died December 16. 1873: married. March , i8ig. Susan Kinnce. of Homer. N. Y.. 

born June. 1789: died May 12. 1875. All tlie children born in Homer. N. Y. 

CHILDREN: 

2010700. ANDREW E.. born June 28. 1820: married. SeiUeniber . 1847. Cynthi:i Edger- 

ton. of Coventry. Conn. 

2010701. .ANTOINETTE, born .August 24. 1823: m.arried. May . 1850. Denmau Spencer. 

2010702. HARRIET, born May 3. 1828. 

2010703. S.AR.AH. born September 4. 1830. 



156 KINGSBURY CiENEALOGY. 

(.\-3- 1 1-77-2-4-684-2066-201(12) 20J12J. 

WILLIAM, son of William and Aliigail (.Riclianlson ) Kingsbury, Ixirn August ly. 1790: mar- 
ried, January . 1817, Hili)ah Winchell, liorn , 1792; died May . i.S;o. He 

died September i, l8()7; resided. Homer, N. Y., where the children were born. 

CHILDREN: 

2010710. HARRIET, born ; died, infant. 

20T0711. AUGUSTLIS W., Iiorn November ,30, 1824: married. January 28. 185T. Mary Eish, 

of Mechleuburg. N. Y. He died in Minnesota, about 1866. 
2010712. HENRY CLAY, born November 6, t8,?o; married, , Merey Ann La Dieu 

(or La Due), of Westfield. N. Y, 

(.X-.I-1 1-77-274-684-2066-20162 ) 201 122. 

AUGUSTUS, sun nf William and .\!>igail (Rieliardson ) Kingsbur}-, liorn October 12, 1796, in 

Coventry. Conn. ; married. December . 1816. Polly Loomis. of Coventry. Conn. 

born June . 1798. died October 18, i860, in Rock Island. Illinois. He died October 

26. 1S72. 

CHILDREN: 

2010720. M.\RY. born February 2. 1817. 

2010721. H.VRRIET. born June ig. 1810: married. December 27. 1847. Wells Wuodliridge. of 

Manchester. Cnnn. 

2010722. ER.\STL'S. born May 8 1821 ; married. . Elizalietti Goodwin, of Wethcrsfield. 

Conn.; was for a lime merch.-int in P;iris. France. No children. Died in 
Coventry, September 22. . 

(x-3- IT -77-274-684-2066-201621 201124. 

CHARLES, son of William and .\bigail (Richardson) Kingsbury, born March 20, 1802; mar- 
ried, November 26, 1820. Pamelia Porter, of Coventry. Conn.. Ijorn Octiiber II. 1806. 
died .August 18. 1873. in Homer. N. Y. ; resided. Cortland \'illage (.i division of Homer. 
N. Y.,). 

CHILDREN (all born m Homer) : 

2010740. EMIIA' M.. born Febru:iry 14. 1832: died October 7. 1852. 

2010741. CFI.AKLES P.. born July 8. 1833: married. May 22. 1862. Cleoria Tjcnuett. 

2010742. ANDREW D\\'I(_iHT. liorn November 18, 18.34: married, January , iSfo. Emily 

HawUes. 

2010743. ALBERT Ci.. born I-'ebrnary 14. 1841: married. Xovemher 24, 1S75. Fanny Clcinc; 

resided. Des Moines. Iowa. 

2010744. EDWIN S.. horn Septemlier 26. 1842; died March 13, 1874. in Homer. N. Y. 
2010743. FREDERICK W . born July 22. 1830; married. September 27. 1876. Mary Scherm- 

erhorn, of Homer, N, Y. 

(x-3-i i-77--'74-Ci84-2066-20i64 ) 201 140. 

ANNA, daughter of Jaliez and Freelove (L'tley) Kingsbury, horn July 13. 1790. in Coventry. 
Conn.; married. December 20. 1815. Daniel Smith, of Stafford. Conn., died February 13. 
1869. in Willington. Conn. She died May 28. 1848. in Stafford. Conn. 

ISSUE: 

Henry Siiiitli. born October 26. 1816: married. : lived in Illinois. 

Paiiirl Kingsbury Sniitli. horn Au.gust 22. 1818; married. November 4. 1841, Susan N. 
Cushman. of Stafford. (Jonn. Two children: (i) Anna E.. born October 28, 1845. 
in Stafford, died .\pril 23. 1871. married. December 13. 1870. Erwin O. Dimock ; (2) 
James G. horn May 23. 1S48. died December 1. 1877. in Marietta, Pa. 



EIGHTH GENERATION. '57 

Williain Siiiitlt. born August S. iSji ; married. June 5. 1S45. .\bigail Elli.s, born August 
23, 1826. in Stafford. Conn. Five ebiklren. all born in Stafford: (l) Helen, born 
May 24. 1846. married. January .51. 1871, William Henry Cooley. of Stafford. Two 
children : Howard. l)orn November 28, 1875, and a son, born November 18, 1878 ; 
(2) William Henry, born September 25. 1848. married. September 10, 1871, Estelle 
Wood. One child: Robert W.. born June 21. 1877: (3) Mary, born December 24. 
1850, died, infant; (4) Julia E.. born .\ngust 10. 1853, died, infant: (5) .\miie C. 
born October 3. 1855. 

Cliaiinccy Siiiilli. born .April 16, 1824; married, September 8, 1847. Susan O. Thrall, 
born Novem1)er 24. 1830. He died Januarv 9. 1880. in Stafford. Nine children, all 
born in Stafford : ( i ) Nelson T.. born September 22. 1848. married. February 9. 
1870. Nellie Carpenter, born March 10. 1849. resided. RoeUvillc. Conn.; (2.J Clifton 
O., born November 24. 1850. married June 28, 1871, Jennie Chase, of Hansden, N. Y., 
born Jtme 29, 1831. resided, Stafford: (3) Frank H., born October 6. 1853, died 
March g, 1875; (4) Edward C. fiorn Seplember i. 1858. married. July 19. 187". 
Delia A. Carrington. of Delhi, N. ^■.. born June 5. 1838. resided. Stafford: (5) 
Frederic E., born December 15, 1861: (6) Henry B., born April 3, l86,i. died No- 
vember 13. 1868: (7) Charles T., b.irn Septemlier 13, 18(14: (8) Harry D. W.. born 
April 21. 1S69: (9) Mary E. born January 31. 1872. died 1 )ecember 12. 1872. 

f .N-3-1 i-77-274-6R4-20f'.()-20i(>4) 201141. 

ELISHA, sun of Jabez and Freelove (Utley) Kingsbury, born October 12. 1793, in Coventry, 

Conn.: married, , 1819. Betsev Chase, of Warehouse Point, Conn. He dieil 

March 26. 1844. in Soniers. Conn. She die<l .\ugust 20. 1S67. at Warehouse Point. 

CHILDREN: 

2010910. J.-XNE E.. born . 1821 : married. January, 1844, .Albert F. Kibbe. 

2010911. ELISl-LA. linrn : married, . Sarah Gates, of Somers. Conn. No chd- 

dren. He died in San Francisco, about 1870: age. 75 (?). 
2010912. , born . 

(X-3-1 1-77-274-084-2066-20164) 201 142, 

AMARTAH, son of Jabez and Freelove (Utley) Kingsbury, born March 10. 179'''. '" Coventry. 
Conn.: married. March 10. i8ig. Emily Buckland. of F:ast Wind.sor. Conn., died in New 
Hampshire. He died in Savannaii. Georgia. Ibey had one son: 

2010920. CHARLES ANDREW, born July 26. 1819; married, first January 31. 1841. Hannah 
Bills, of .-\llentown, N. Y. : married, second. September 29. 1853, .Anna PL Strat- 
ton. Dentist; resided. Philadelphia. 

C x-3- 11 -77-274-684-2066-201 64 ) 201143. 

EPHRAIM, son of Jabez and Freelove (Utley) Kingsbury, born July 20. 1799. i" Coventry. 
Conn.: married. September 19. 1824. Clarissa Bingham, of Coventry. Conn., died March 
ID, 1872. in Coventry. He died August 31. i8()8. in Chaplin. Conn., where all the children 

were born. 

CHILDREN: 

20109,^0. CHARLES ANDREW, born February 18. 18.26: married. May 16. T847, Martha 
Roxana Kingsbury (205700). ^ 

20io.j;i. GEORGE CALHOUN, born Febru;iry 24. i''^-'?: married, hrst. June i. 184^ 

Martha Maria Walbridge : married, second. Novtmljcr . 1850. .Abbe Jane 

Lamphere: married, third. June ^o, 1857. Jane Chaffee. 

20109^2. ELEAZAR BINGHAM, born Julv 4. i?-'9; married, first, June 2. 1851. Mary Lam- 
phere; married, second. Septemlier 18. 1856. Julia .A. Carpenter. 

2010933. ELIZA LAVINIA. born November i. 1834 •- married. April 6. 1853. Philo Preston, 



,58 KINGSBURY GENEALOGY. 

(x-,Mi-77-274-684--'o66-2Oi04) 201144. 

ALVIN, son of Jaliez ami FrL-c-lovc (LUley) Kingslniry, lioru March q. i8o,v i" Coventry, 
Conn.; married. Septcnil.>er i8. 1826. Emeline Kingsbnry {206J0). born March 12. 180.?. 
in Coventry, died October 7, 1877. He died December 8. 1867. in Green Point. L. I. 

CHILDREN: 
See Record 20620. 

( .\-,i- 1 1 -77-274-684-2066- 20ifi.i ) 201 J46. 

NELSON, Mjn of .labez and Frcelovc (Utley) Kingsbury, born .Xiiril ,?, 1808. in Coventry. 
Conn.; married. Novcmlier 12. i8.«. Nancy Thrall, of \'ernon. Conn.; resided. Hart- 
ford. Conn., where he died Septendjer 13, 1884. 

CHILDREN; 

2010960. L.^UR.A .\., born Aligns; 1.?. 1834. 

2010961. EMILY, liorn Jnne 24. 1837; married. October 26, 1859. Edward Kellogg, of Vernon. 

Conn. ; resided. Philadelphia. One child. 

2010962. M.\KY ELIZ.\. born May 6, 1842. 

(x-.vi I -77-274-684-2066-20 Km I 201147. 

PHEBE, daughter of Jabez and Freelovc (Utley) Kingsbnry. born Jnne g. 1810. in Coventry. 
Conn.; married. Jnne 10. 18,^8. Ebenezer Peck. r,f Coventry, died September 13. 1856. in 

Vernon. Conn. 

ISSUE: 

Ann Elicciln-lh Pfck. born September 4. 1840; married. .\pnl 7, 18(13. William Preston. 

of Vernon. Conn., born .\iigust 30. 1840; resided. Dnnlap. Iowa. Two children; 

Nellie A., born January 7. 1864. and I!er1)erl L.. horn October 2,}. 1867. 
Hcnrv I'cck. liorn Feliruary 13. 1846; married. February 11. 1873, Ellen Smith, nf Iowa. 

born March 22. 1854; resided. Svracuse. Neb. Three children: Giles Henry, born 

October 26, 1873; Phebe. K., born December 4, 1S74; and Laura, horn August 24, 

1877. 

(x-3-1 1-77-274-684-2066-20164 ) 20JJ48. 

ERASTUS, son <if Jabez and Freelove (Utley) Kingsbnrv. born Ai)ril 29. 1812. in Coventry, 
Conn.; married. April 8. 1839. Hannah Needham, of Stafford. Conn. She is mistress 
of the "'old homestead" (picture with record of 211 1 ). He died in spring of 1895. 

CIHLDREN; 

2010980. H.WNAH. born March 21. 1840. in Staffonl. Conn.; married, .May 25, 1876. .\llyn 

K. Talcott. of Vernon. Conn. 

2010981. AMELIA, born September 16. 1842. in Stafford; died -\pril 10. 1864. 
20109S2. ELLEN, born .\pril 5. 1S47. in Coventry; died April 18, 1864. 

2010983. .ANDFRW. born April 8. 1849. in Rockvillc. Conn.; married. May 26. 1880. Mary 
Laura Hughs. 

( x-3- 1 1 -77-274-684-2066-20164 ) 201 149. 

HARRIET NEWELL, daughter of Jabez and Chloe (Talcott) Kingsbury, born May 21. 1825. 
Ill Coveiilr\. Conn.; married. February 4. 1863, Adron Dart, of South Windsor. Conn., 
where all the children were born. 

ISSUE: 
Ellen A. Part, born June 9. 1864. 

Willie K. Dart, born September 21. 1866; dieil .\i>ril 19. T867. 
Grace K, Dart, born April 24. 1871. 



■■^^^N 




Old Homestead of Ebenezer Kingsbury. 

Bread and Milk Street, 

Coventry, Conn. 



EIGHTH GENERATION. 159 

(x-,?-i 1-77-27^-684-2066-20164) 20JJ50. 

JABEZ HYDE, son of jalic/ and Chloc (Talcott) Kingsbury, born November 2, 1827, in Cov- 
cnuy. Conn. : married. January .3. 1864. Ann Jcannctte Preston, of Vernon. Com-.. 

CHILDREN: 

joiiooo. ARTHUR PRESTON, born Oetolier 2. 1854; married, November 28. 1878, Emma 
R. Brown, died January ig. 1871). in Coventry. 

201 1001. OLIVER BACKUS, born June lii. 1856: died Septcmljer 22. i860. 

201 1002. ELLA J., born June ig. 1858: married, , George Royal. 

201 1003. FANNY J., Ijorn Feliruary 19. 1865. 

(\-.Mi-77-274-6SS-2102-20525) 204750. 

SANFORD A. (Rev.), son of Sanford and Hannali C.\gry) Kingsbury, liorn January 19, 1809, 
in Gardiner. Maine: grad. Bowdoin Coll., 1828; married. Septemlier 19. 1831, Sylvira 
K. Roliinson. 

CHILDREN: 

2047000. SANFORD. boru January 9. 1840: married, first, , Alartba Delano, of Gales-, 

burg, Illinois, dieit .\]iril 18, 1874; married, seeond, Deeember , 1877. Selma 

Nicholson. 

2047001. M.\RY L.. born November 18, 1842; married. July 18. 1867. Prof. George B. Dodge. 

of Shurtleff Coll., L'pper Alton. Illinois. 

(,.x-.;-i 1-77-274-688-2102-20525) 204752. 

GEORGE H., son of Sanford and Hann:di (.\gr\ ) Kingsbury, born October 7, 1816, in Gar- 
diner, Maine; married, .\ugust 27. 1855. .Mary E. Barstow. 

CHILDREN: 

2047020. CL.\RA B.. liorn .\ugu^t 22. 1859. 

2047021. SARAH ALICE. l)nrn February 8. 1861. 

(.\-,Vi 1-77-274-6S9-21 1 1 -2061 1 ) 205610. 

MARIA, daughter of Oliver and Cynthia (Wing) Kingsbury, born May 12, 1806: died July 
23. 1847; married Dr. Alonzo Streeter, born May I. 1805, died July 2, 1856. 

ISSUE: 



Cyntliici Maria Strcctcr, born . 

Helm Cornelia Slrcctrr. })orn : married. , Sims, and resided m 1 roy, 

N. Y. 

Caroline Louisa Streeter, born . 

Julia Augusta Streeter. Ixirn . 

J ohn Mason Good Streeter. born . 

(.x-,M i-77-274-(iS9-2i 1 1-20611) 2056JJ. 

OLIVER RICHMOND, son of Oliver and Cynthia (Wing) Kingsbury, born March 15. 1809. 
in W,.rce.-ter. .Mass.: married, September 26, 1838. Susan Patterson, born November 
17. 1809, died June 17. 1840. He was brought up in family of his grandfather, Joseph 
Kingsbury, North Coventry. Conn. His education gained in the district school, the 
while working on the farm. When 18. spring of 1827. he went to New York City, en- 
tered service of the American Tract Society, where his uncle, the revered Harlan Page, 
was engaged. He remained in the active service of that Society for sixty years, retiring 
in 1887: was Assistant Treasurer in 1837. and Treasurer for many years before his retire- 
ment. In his long service millions of dollars passed through his hands, with no errors 



i6o KINGSBURY GENEALOGY. 

in his accounts. He was umlcr no bonds, except those of his own Christian integrity. 
During his life in New York he was connected with the Presbyterian Church, for many 
years a RuHng Elder, exercising his office in succession in the Sixth Street. Fourteeiitli 
Street and Central Presbyterian churches : was several times Commissioner to the Gen- 
eral Assembly of the Presbyterian Church. After closing his active service in the Tract 
Society, he lived in retirement, his health gradually failing. He died December il. 1889. 

CHILDREN (all born in New York City) : 

J055610. OLIVER ADDISON, born .\ugust Je. iS.W. married. May 11. 1865. Sarah Cecilia 
Stevenson. 

2055611. HOW.ARD.. born February X 184-'- married. June 24. 1869. Sophia Howard Thayer. 

2055612. ANGELICA. PATTERSON, born .\ugust 14. 1844: died August ,lo, 1846. 

2055613. HELEN LOUISE, born June 25. 1S46; unmarried. 

2055614. GEORGE PO.MEROY. born June 9. 1S49. 

(x-.3-n -77-274-689-2 1 1 1 -206 1 X ) 20563L 

DIANA, daughter of Ward and Irene (Avery) Kingsbury. l)orn January 22. 1813; married. 
April 19. 1838. Mathew Allyn. of Wellington, Ohio, died April 10. 1851. She died .Au- 
gust 8. 1859. 

ISSUE: . 

D'cviglif .lllyii. born January 20. 183Q: died .August ,w, 1859. 

Nnvtoii .lllyii. burn November 25. 1841 ; died September 22. 1861. 

Milton .lllvn. born December 19. 1843; died September 19, 1864; killed by guerillas at 

Neoslio Falls. Kansas: shot through the head in the battle of Cabin Creek. 
Alice Allyii. bnrn January 29. 1845: married December 19. 1865, John Thomas Ogden ; 

she died July 30. 1872. Three children : (it .Mite Emma, born September 18. 

1866, in WelHngton- Ohio; (2) Ella Ruth. b..rn .March 22. 1868, in Wellington. 

Ohio; (31 Charlie Robinson, horn July 19. 1S70. Mr. Ogden married a second time. 
Diana Allyn. born May 2},. 1847: married. May 31. '869. Eugene Smith; resided, To- 

peka. Kansas. No children. 
Riitli Allyn. born July 4, 1849. in Wellington. Ghio; married. October 2^. 1872. Hiram 

O. Tiittle; resided. Chicago. No children. 

(x-.v 1 1 -77-274-689-211 1 -2061 3) 205632. 

EBENEZER, -on of Ward and Irene (.\vcry) Kingsliuiy. born July id, 1821, in Coventry, 
Conn.; married, Noxeuilier 26, 1846. Cliinena Hitchcock; was a g.illant soldier in the 
war of the rebellion and fell .it the assault of Lookout Mountain. November 2^^. 1863. 

CHILLM-tEN; 

2055820. SAR.\H CLIMENA, Imni December 9. 1847- married. December to. 1874. Isaac 

H. Ball. 

2055821. GEORGE G.AD. born October 24. 1849 in Pittsfield. Ohio; immarried ; died Jan- 

uary 9. 1880. in Salina. Kansas. 
2oy:.S22. W.\RD MONROE, born January 2^. 18^2; married. July 6. 1874. Myra Norton. 

2055823. RALPH WALTER, born Februarx- 13. 1854- married. October 27. 1876, Emma 

Warren. 

2055824. LEWIS FRANK, born Jainiary 19. 1856: reside<l. Salina. Kansas. 

2055825. CLARENCE A\'ERY. born April 2. 1858. 

2055826. NEWTON EBENEZER. born July 25. 1861. 

(X-3-11-77-274-6S9-21 11-20(110 I 205690. 

HARLAN PAGE, son of Rev. .\ddison and Mary b'arrar (.Price) Kingsbury, born .\ugust 
12. 1836. in West Boscawen. N. H. ; married. September 11. 1862, Mary Ellen Haver, 
born October 2. 183^. iu Puluain. Ohio. His early years spent in Putnam; grad. Mari- 




Joseph Addison Kingsbury, 
Born 1840. 




Prof. Samuel Shipman Kingsbury, Ph.D., 
Born 1871. 



EIGHTH GENERATION. i6i 

etta Coll., 1857. "A man df tine mind, jicncrons impulses, a l)rilliant scliolar. a versatile 
and ready writer." He edited the .Marietta Collegiate Magazine. 1^55-1857. furnishing fur 
some numbers all the material, both prose and poetry. Studied law with Judge Con- 
verse, in Zanesville, Ohio. Entered railway service, i860, with L. S. M. S. Ry. Engaged, 
in Cairo. 1861-1867. in the Forwarding and Commission Business with Dan Able & Co.. 
Transfer .\gents Illinois Central R. R.. witii .\tlantic & ]\Iississippi S. S. Co.. .uid with 
Halliday Bros. Engaged in same l)usiness in Parkersburg, W. Va.. of the tirm of 
Kingsbury & Co. ; later was on editorial staff of the Toledo Blade as literary critie. 
During the campaign of 1896. in the literary department of the National Republican 
Committee at Chicago, in connection with Mr. O. P. .Austin, now Chief of the Bureau of 
Statistics at Washington, D. C. ; he rendered valuable service and made many friends. 
In January. 1898. the Hon. Chas. G. Dawes, Comptroller of the Currency, with the ap- 
proval of the Secretary of the Treasury, appointed him an "E-xaminer of Nation;d Baid<- 
ing Associations, with the power conferred by law to examine any of the olui-ers and 
agents thereof on oath, and to perform such other duties as may be authorized liy law." 
and his last work was done in his office. He died at Marietta, Ohio. May 29. 1.S99. was 
buried in Woodlawn Cemetery, Zanesville. Ohio, where he had labored in the laying out 
of its beautiful walks and drives, under the superintendence of Austin A. Guthrie, its 
projector. His widow resides in Marietta, Ohio. 

CHILDREN: 

2056400. H.W'ER. born .\pril ri. 1S65, in Cairo. Illinois; umnarricd ; resides in Cincinnati. 

Ohio. 

2056401. .\DDISON. burn .March l.l. 1807. in Putnam. Ohio; unmarried; is a dentist in Mari- 

etta. Ohio: grad. Marietta Coll.. 188S. 

{ .\-3-1 i-77-_'74-68i;-.'i 1 i-2o()iij ) 205691. 

JOSEPH ADDISON, sun of Rev. .\ddison and Mary Farrar (Price) Kingsbury. b..rn Se|i- 
teniber 26. 1840. in Putnam. Ohio; married, January 18. 1866, Sarah Elizabeth Shipman. 
third daughter of Sanuiel and Lucina (Bingham) Shipman |sun of Joshua and Sibyl 
Chapman, son of Samuel and Hannah Bushnell. son of Julm and I'^Iizabeth Kirtland, 
son of John and Martha Humphries, son of Edward and Mary .Andrews (or .Anderson), 
son of Edward and Elizabeth Conistock. who came from Hull. England. 16,39. an'l set- 
tled in Saybrook, Conn. : Lucina Bingham was daughter of Jeremiah and Rhoda I'^enn. 
son of Jeremiah and widow Abigail Hawks, son of Deacon Jose[)h and Ruth Post, sun of 
Thomas and Hannah Backus, son of Deacon Thomas and Mary Kndd. married. Decem- 
ber 12, 1666. from Sheffield, in Yorkshire, England, settled in Norwich. Conn., son of 
Thomas and Anna Stenton, married in England. July 6. 1631) ; was born September 29. 
1839. in Marietta. Ohio, as were her children. 

CHILDREN: 

2056410. NELLIE, born November 22. 1866; married July 28. iSoi. in Bruuklyn. N. ^■.. 

Franklin Ephraim Corey, born October 6. 1866. 
205(1411. LIZZIE AI.AY, born May 12. 1870; in charge of Car Recunl "f the Ke\ stone Live 

Stock E.xpress Co.. Pittsburg. Pa. 

2056412. SAMUEL SHIPMAN. born Septend.er ij. 1871: X. V. University. i88g-oi. Mari- 

etta Coll., 1891-93; grad. at Marietta Coll.. .A.B.. 1893; .A.^L. 189(1: member of 
Phi Beta Kappa: Post-grad. Johns Hopkins University. 1898. with degree of 
Ph.D.; Profes.sor Greek and French in Princeton Prep. Sclioul. 1800: is now 
Professor of Greek and Gerni.in in I'airniunt Cull, Wichita, K,insas. I.iue:ige. 
Vol. XII.. .American ,Ancestry. p. 158. 

2056413. GRACE ADDISOX. born June 15. 1880; baptized June 12, 1881. 



1 62 KINGSBURY GENEALOGY. 

-JoNc-pli Addison, grad. Phillips Academy. Andover, 1857: grad. Marietta Coll., 1861 ; 
A.B. and A.M. in course ; member of Phi Beta Kappa : was member of Ellsworth Zouaves and 
Co. B, Chicago Light Artillery; entered railway service. Septemljer. 1861, to March. 1864, 
Abstract Clerk Michigan Southern il- Northern Indiana Railroad. Chicago;- IMarch, 1864 to 
June, 1866, Correpsnodence Clerk with Dan .-^ble & Co. and Halliday Bros.. Transfer Agents 
Illinois Central Railroad, as master of wharf boat, etc., Cairo, Illinois; later, to June, 1868. 
Station and Transfer Agent of Marietta & Cincinnati Railroad. Parkersburg. W. Va. ; Supt. 
Frazier Oil Co.. Volcano. W. Va. In construction of the Marietta & Pittsburg Railroad was 
Secretary and Collector; was first condr.ctoi-. General Freight and ticket Agent, later M. of T. 
of the reorganizations. Marietta, Pittsburg & Cleveland Railroad and Cleveland & Marielta Rail- 
road till 1881 ; was with theP.C.C.& St.L.Railway, Columbus, Ohio. February, 1882. to October 
1885. Trav. Passenger and Excursion .\gent. Allegheny Valley Railroad. Pittsburg; Car Tracer 
for W. P. Rend & Co. .April. i886, to .August. 1S87, Commissioner and Statistical Agent Lake 
Erie Iron Ore Pool, Cleveland, Ohio; later with Star Union Line in Pittsburg. In 1889-1891. 
Auditor New England Terminal Co.. N. V. ; 1891-1896. in Comptroller's office Pennsylvania 
Lines in Pittsburg. Since June, 1896. Supt. Keystone Live Stock Express Co., at Pittsburg. 
Deacon in Franklin .Avenue Congregational cliurch. Cleveland, 18S6, in East Congregational 
church. Brooklyn, i8go; elder in East End Presliyterian church, Pittsburg. 1895. 

(x-,?-u -274-680-.' 1 1 i-206_'o) 205700. 

MARTHA ROXANA, daughter of Alvin and Emeline King.slinry. born August 20. 1828, in 
('lixrntry. Conn.; married. May 16. 1847. Charles A. Kingsbury (20109,^0). born Febru- 
ary 18. 1826. in Cliaiihn, Conn.; manufacturer; resided in Coventry, Conn. He died 
.April II. 1896. She died Jainiar> 24. 1900. in Washington, D. C. 

CHILDREN; 

2056500. (20108800.) .ANDREW BACKL'S. liorn I'ecenilier 4, 1849; inarned. September iS. 

187.^. Harriet AI. Sweetland. 

2056501. (20ioS<Soi.) HARLAN PAGE, born Deeemlter 15. 1851; died July 21, 1S65. 

2056502. (20108802.) CH.ARLIE WIGHT, born July 26, 185^^; married. December 12. 1882. 

Catherine Brown, of Lebanon. Conn. 
205650,3. (20108802',-:..) KIRK EPHR.AIM, born April 10. 1856; died ALay 26, 1857. 

2056504. (2010880,3.) HENRY ADDISON, born April 19. 1858; married. September 14. 

1881. .\lar\ Pauline Cook. 

2056505. (20108804.) LILLIE M.ARLA. l)orn May 29. i860; married. September 18. 1884. 

William Henry Hawes. 

2056506. (20108805.) MARY EMELINE. born March 2,3. 18O2; married. Septeni])er 18. 

1884. Caspar Isham. 

2056507. (20108806.) .ALICE .A.MELLA. liorn .Marcli 15. iS()4; married. Decemlier 2, 1886. 

James Henry Jennings. 
2056.508. (20108807.) RUTH ELIZ.A. born January 15. 1866; married. May 28, 1891. George 
Francis Haling. 

2056509. (20108808.) M.ATTIE ELL.A. born March 29. 1869; married. May 19. 1892. Ed- 

ward Clary Bingham. 

2056510. (20108809.) JOSEPH, born June 16. 1871 ; married. June ,30. 1892. Ethel Virginia 

Hall. 
I'or record of above see 20 108800- 20 108809. 

(x-,3-i 1-77-274-689-21 1 1-20620 ) 20570?. 

RUTH MARIA, ilaughter of .Alvin and Emeline Kingsbury. I'oni Novemlier 8. 18,32. in Cov 
entry. Conn.; married (second wife). .April 2. 1868. Hon. Marcus Lillie. born March ,3. 
1814. in Conventry. Conn. No children. He married, first. Alay 24. 18,36, Eunice 
Porter, died March 28. 1877, leaving two sons; (i) George .\.. born September 19. 18,37. 
married. November 3. 1858, Julia C. (ileason. No children. He died of disease con- 




Hun. Addisim Kingsbury, 
Born 1835. 



EIGHTH GENERATION. 163 

traded in the army. N'<ivc-nil)er g. 1S66. Hi-' uidnu ni;irrie(l Dr. Clark; resided. Brat- 
tlebnro. X'eriiiont. Had one daughter. (2) Frederic .A., l)orM J>dy 15. 1S.46: married. 
.\rign!.t iS. 1870. Laura Louisa Kellogg. Twn childreu : (1) Mary lumiee. Imru .May 
JO, 1871 ; (2) George Henry, horn .Xpril ,^0. 1875. 

The Tolland County Hi.story furnishes following sketch: 

"Marcus Lillie was horn Afarch ?. iSi |, on a farm in Coventry, and Inning been reared 
amid agricultural .surroundings, early determined to follow the |iursuil of his ancestors. The 
common school and a brief period at a select school afforded all the opportunities for education 
he enjoyed, after wdiich, for several winters, he engaged in teaching. The farm, however, ab- 
sorbed most of his time, and its cultivation has been the labor of his life, iliough the property 
did not come into his possession until the death of his grandfather. W'liile iiUerested in his daily 
occupations. Mr. Lillie found time to devote to the public interests. As a Republican he served 
in the House of Representatives for two years and in the State Senate for one year. He was 
for six months State Prison Director, and held various local offices. Since 1849 a director in 
the Tolland County Insurance Co. In all these pi:blic trusts Mr. Lillie united sound ji'.dgnieni 
with fidelity to duty. Was for twenty-eight years deacon in the Congregational cl'.urch in 
Coventry, and an active and useful member of the Sabliath school, teaching therein iuitil tlie 
spring before he died." He di<.<l June 30. 1897. in Coventry. 

( .x-3- II -77-_'74-68q-2 i i i -2o6_'0 1 205703. 

ADDISON, sou of Alvin and Emeline Kingsbury, born November 15, 1835. in South Coventry. 
Conn. ; married, first, October 26. 1858, Charlotte Elizabeth Lillie. born August 22. 18,58, 
died December 30, 1879; married, second. October 27. 1881. Sarah Melissa Scott, born 
May 20. 1844. died May 6. igoc. No children: married, third. January 24. 1901. Mrs. 
Ida May (Warner) Robertson, of Bridgeport. Conn. 

CHILDREN (by first wifel ; 

20565,30. ARTHL'R LILLIE. botn January 2. 1861. in South Coventry: married. November 
12. 1884. Alice Bingham Palmer, born January 2, 1858. He is a box-maker; re- 
sides in NorthamiMon. iMass. and has charge of the Northampton factory. One 
child. 

2056531. LOTTIE GERTRUDE, born June 8. 18O5 ; died July 16. 1867. 

-05*^5,!-- LOLTS ADDISON, born February 11. i8()g; married. September 5. 189,;. Bessie 
Del! Bradbury, born October 12. t866; resides in Soutli. Coventry ; is Secretary 
and Treasurer of the Kingsbury Box and Printing Co. Two children. 

Addison began the box business in 1868 with one girl. He now has four factories, employ- 
ing between two hundred and three hmidred hands. He has large mechanical genius, fertile 
in invention. In 1890 began manufacturing machinery for making paper bo.xes ; is Treasurer 
and Manager of tlie "Kingsbury S- Davis Machine Co.." is also President of the "Kingsbury 
Box and Printing Co.." South Coventry, with branches in Rockville. Conn., and in Willi- 
mantic. Conn. A deacon also for many years. Recently elected Representative. 

(x-3- II -77-274-689-2 1 14-20645 ) 205'950. 

HENRY AUGUSTUS, son of Hon. Ebenezer and Elizabeth Harlow (Fuller) Kingsbury. 
hiiiii DeceniliLr 10. 18.30, in .Montrose, Pa.; married, October 6. 1857, Sarah R. Hutchin- 
son. He went from Honesdale to Scranton. Pa., in 1849; removed to Oxford. N. J., 
in 1857; ordained an elder in the Presbyterian church of that place; removed to Scran- 
ton, 1875. Was elected by the Lackawanna Iron &• Coal Co. storekeeper, having ex- 
clusive charge of their extensive general stores at Scranton. Pa., Mt. Hope, N. J., and 
Franklin. N. J. Kingsljury & Ser.'inton are manufacturers' agents. Scranton, Fa. 



1 64 KINGSBURY GENEALOGY. 

CIIILDKI'.N (all l>oni m (Jxtord) ; 

2059000. ELLEN SCRANTOX. li^rn Fcliruary .?. iS.vi: iiinirrird. . Cheesenian ; ilicd 

February 25, 1901. 

2059001. EDVV.-\RD FULLER, Imrn July 10, 1861 ; resides, Bustoii. Mass. 

2059002. FREDERICK HUTCHINSON, born June 28. 1864; married, , Eliza Jessup, 

born June i. 1866, died May 5. 1900. Secretary Penna. Casualty Co., Scrantou, 
Pa. 
205900J. JANE ELIZABETH. In.rn Xoveniber 29, 18(16. 

2059004. SELDON HENRY, born Oelober 19. 18O9; lawyer. Scrauton, Pa. 

2059005. MAY. born May 2. 187J. 

2059006. GRACE. Ijorn February 25. 1874. 

(x-.M i-77-274-r)8f)-2i i4-2o<i45 ) 205952. 

EDWARD PAYSON, sou of Hon. Ebenezcr and b'.lizalKtIi Harlow (Fuller) Kingsbury, born 
May 10. 1834, in Honesdale. Pa.; married, February 15, 1861. .Anna L. Kressler. He was 
elected assistant Treasurer Lackawanna Iron & Coal Co.. December 29, 1859; ap- 
pointed Notary Public by Gov. Cnrtin. and reappointed by Govs. Geary and Hartranft ; 
elected City Controller. February 18. 1877-. united witb tbe First Presbyterian cburch 
in Scrauton. June 6. 1858: was "Cborister" nearly twenty-five years; President of 
Juvenile Missionary Association, supporting a missionary in Syria. He removed from 
Honesdale to Scrauton. February 13. 1850. 

CHILDREN (all born ni Scrauton) : 

2059020. HENRY WILLISTON. born December 20. 1861. 

2059021. EMM.A, born May 28. 1863: died December 17, 1865. 

2059022. LIZZIE, born July 18, 1865: died Janttary 21. 1868. 

2059023. CHARLES EDWARD, born November 3. 1867. 

2059024. ANNA KRESSLER. born October 12, 1869. 

2059025. WTLLI.A.M PAYSON. born December 14. 1871. 

(.\-3-11-77-274-080-21 14-20645) 205955. 

CAROLINE NEAL, daugbter of Hon. Ebenezcr and Elizabetb Harlow (Fuller) Kingsbury, 
born .May <i. 1843, in Honesdale, Pa. : married. January 24. 1865. Frederick L. Hitchcock. 
Col. 25tli Reg, U. S. V. Colored Troops: resides, Scrantou. Pa., where all her children 
were born. 

CHILDREN: 

£'(/iL'i» Shrniuiii I IiIlIichI; . born November 12. 1865. 

Frcdciick Koii^sbury Hilchcink. born November 22. 1866; died February 13, 1872. 

Henry I'axsun Uilrhcnrk. born January 24, 1871. 

Elizabeth Fiillrr IliUiic.nL'. born .May 19. 1873. 

Joliii I\nlriil,i;,- Ililclutul:. born August 12. 1876. 

.l/(iry /lililici'il:. born September 1870. 

(x-3-1 1-77-274-690-21 l9-2o6e)2) 20642L 

RUSSEL H., son of Horatio Gates and Sophia (Pcble) Kiug.sbury, b.>ni : married, 

, 1848, Elizabeth (iilliam. of Oxford. N. C. where chiblrcu were born: resided, 

Waco, Texas. 

CHILDREN: 

2063710. HENRY P.. born . 1850, in Oxford; married, . Slocum. daughter of 

Gen. Slocum; Ca|)taiu 5th Cavalry. 



EIGHTH GKNKRATION. 



165 



206,?- 1 1 
2063712 
-'003713, 
2063714 
-'063715 
2063716. 
2063717 
2063718 



WILLIAM GILLIA.M, l)orn January , 1852, in Waco. 

KATIE SOPHIA. Ijorn . 1854; married James Bnnvn, cif X'irginia. 

RUSSEL H.. born . 1855; lawyer and editor; resided. Waco. Texas. 

FREDERICK HERVEV. born . 

CHARLES, born : died, infant. 

LILLIE. l)orn ; died, infant. 

PIERCE, born ; died, infant. 

BETTIE. l)orn ; (bed. infuiil. 

(.x-3- 1 1 -77-274-61)0-2 1 i9-2orK)3) 206430. 



BARTON PRICE, ^on of Jolm Clark and Susan (Goodricb ) Kingsbury, born December 5. 
iSiy. in Lyons. X. V.: married. August 12. 1852. in Cbillicolbe. Ohio, Cornelia M. 
Brown, died May 3. 1858. He was for many years Cashier of the branch of the State 
Bank of Oliio at CltiUicothe. Health failed, 1875: was for several years in Good 
Samaritan Hospital. Cincnmati. Oliio. They had one son: 

2063800. Fk.\N'K, liorn Alay 2. 1853: resided. Tc.mhslone. .\rizona. in 1880. 

(x-.Vi 1-77-274-690-21 19-20694 ) 206440. 

THEODORE BRYANT, son of Russel and Mary Sumner (Bryant) Kingsbury, born August 
29. 182S. m Raleigh. N. C. : married. May i, 1851. Sally Jones, daughter of Gen. Roger 
Pryor Atkinson, of Haywood County, Virginia; grad. of University of North Carolina; 
resided in Wilmington. N. C. : an author; editor of the "Wilmington Star" and "Mes- 
senger"; resided in Wilmington. X. C. (1890). 

CHILDREX: 

2063900. CORA, born January 31. 1832; married Rev. Joseph \\'. Shaekford. of Kin.c; ;ind 

Queens County. N'irginia. 

206.^901. MARY SUMNER, born January 9. 1834. 

2063902. ROGER ATKINSON, born January 25, 1856. 

2063903. MARGARET LITTLEJOHN. born June 24, 1858. 

2o6),i904. EDWARD THORN, born April 30, i860: ilied . 

206,5905. WALTER RUSSEL. born June 15. 1862. 

206.1906. THEODORE BRYANT, born August 19, 1864. 
2063907. MAl'D MUTTER, born Septemljer 24. 1870. 
20<;i39o8. .ALICE, born . 

(x-3- 1 1-77-274-690-21 19-20694) 206443. 

DELIA, claughter of Russel and M.iry Sumner I I'.ryant ) Kingsbury, born , 1854: mar- 
ried, . Col. T. Bniwu \'en:i)ile. son of lion. A. W, N'enable. of North Carolina. 

ISSUE: 

AhiiDii ir. i'ri:(iltl,\ lioru January 13. 1855. 

TItoiiiiix R. ]'nuiblc. liiiru , 1856. 

il/(7r.v Grace I'cnablc. born July . 1858. 

Bessie Belle ]' enable, liorn Deeenilier . 1S66. 

A daughter, born : clied. infant. 



(x-3-1 1-77-274-690-2121-20710) 206600. 

AARON FIELD, son of Percze and Sophia (Field) Kin,gsbury, born September 24. 1807; 

married. . 1831 (?). Eliza Christiancy. of Schenectady. N, V. He died September 

15. 1871. in Staten Inland. 



i66 KINGSBURY GENEALOGY. 

CHILDREN: 

J065500. , born . 

2065501. ISAAC, born : resided. Statt-n Island, 

2065502. . born . 

2065503. , born . 

(.\-.-^-ii-;--2-4-6i)o-2i2i-207io) 206601. 

ELISHA GROVER, son of Pcrezc and Mrs. ,\.nnc (Bidwell) Grovcr Kingsbury, born De- 

ctmljLT 11, 1816; married, firsi, . 1838, Elvira Puffer, of Brinifield, Mass., died 

. No children; married, second. September 21. 1864, Charlotte F. Kellam, of 

New Haven, Conn. 

CHILDREN: 

2065510. EDWARD A., born g, [S67. 

2065511. CHARLES B., horn April .4. 1869. 

(X-3-11-7--274-690-2121-20710) 206603. 

SOPHIA FIELD, daughter of Pereze and Mrs. .^nne (Bidwell) Grover Kingsbury, born De- 
cember [(). 1819; married, in Sturbridge, Mass..- September 11. 1844, Horace Hnlbnrd, 
cif Somers, Cunn., died .Seiitembcr 8. 1S51. 



ISSUE: 

A .son, born ; died, infant, 

Du'lgh/ Ihdbuid. born May 25, 1848. 

(.x-,3-ii-77-274-C90 212T-20710) 206604. 

SAMUEL RUST, son of Pereze and Mrs. .-Xnne (BidwelD Grovcr Kingslnny. born December 

6. 1821 : married, in Stucktun. Cab, , .\l,ary Rnnt. He died ( )ctnber 3. 1865. They 

had one daughter : 

2065540. , born , 

( .\-3- 1 1 -77-274-690-2 1 2 1 -207 1 o I 206605 

DANIEL STEELE, son of Pereze and Mrs. Anne ( P.idwell ) Grover Kingsi)nry. born : 

married, first, in Thompson, Conn, , 1847, Elizabeth Bartholomew, of Providence. 

R. I- No children: married, second, in Worcester. Mass.. . i860, Caroline H. 

Orwell, They had one son: 

2065550 FR.\XK D.. born November 28, 1863. 

(X-3-11-77-274-690-2121-207TO) 206606. 

GEORGE OLIVER, son of Pereze ,ind Mrs. Anne (Bidwell) Grover Kingsbury, born May 
1(1. 1S25. in Tnlland. Conn.; married, first. March 22, 1846, Catherine K. Ross. Two 
children. 

CHILDREN; 

2065560. ARTHUR W.. born Feliruary 26. 1847: died . iS6t. 

2065561. NORMAN, born August 28, 1848; died, infant. 

Married, second. August 12, 1851, Louisa G Staples. One child: 

2065562. GEORGE E.. born July 3. 1853; tlied March 14. 1854. 
Married, third. January 23, 1873. Emma B, Davis. Two children : 

2065563. H.\RRY D.. born .April 20. 1874. 

2065564. GEORGE O., born May 10. 1875. 



EIGHTH GENERATION. 167 

(-^-.Mi-77-274-C90 .2121-J0710) 206607. 

PHALLA HILL, daughter of Penze and Mrs. Anne ( BidwcU) Grover Kingslnir'y. Imrn Au- 
gust 25, 1S27 : married, in Sturliridge. Mass., , 1849. Olncy O. I'.rown. ■)t I Idlland. 

Mass. 

ISSUE: 
Edward 11, BroZi.'ii. born Novenilier 2t>. 1850. 

(x-,?-i i-7;--74-f'90--'i_'i-2O7io) 206608. 

JASPER BIDWELL, sun of Perezc and Mrs. Anne (Bidwell) Grover Kingshury. Iioru Oc- 
tol)er 5, l8,?o: married, .\ugust 19, 1851. Helen Belden, of East Douglas, Mass. He died 
Novemlier 1 1, 187 1. 

CHILDREN: 

2065580. CL.XRENCE, born . 

2065581. IDA, liorn , 

The willow married, second. , and resided in Boston ( ?). 

(x-.vi 1-77-274-01)0-2121-2071 1 I 2066IJ. 

MARGARET HOWARD, d.iughter of Dr, Samuel and Jemima (Chapin) Kingsliury, born 
April II, iSii, in S|)riugfield, Mass.: married. May ri, 18.17, William B. Calhoim. She 
died .April 7, 1877. 

ISSUE: 

Martha Cliambcrlain Callumu. born February 27, 18,^8; died J:muary \(>. 1S76, 
U'illiaiii Andrew CaUiona. born May 5. 1841. 
Cliarirs Kingsbury Calln'iiii. born March 30, 1844. 

(-'^-.S-ii-77--7-|-'59o-2i2i-207iT ) 2066J2. 

ELIZABETH, daughter of Dr. Samuel and Jemima (Chapin) Kingsbury, born August 14, 
181,1, in Springfield, Mass.: married, August ,?o, 18.17, William Whitney Lee, of Spring- 
lield, where the children were born. 

ISSUE: 
KoswrlJ Lcc, horn ]uv.c if), 1840. 
Saiinirl Kingsbury Lcc. born July 2, 1842. 

(.x-,l-i 1-77-274-690-2121-20711 ) 206613. 

HANNAH WORTHINGTON, daughter of Dr, Samuel and Jemima (Chapin) Kingsbury, 
born ,\|iril I, 1816. in S|)ringfield, Mass.; married, October 3, 1843, Charles Paine. She 
died March 27, 1847. 

ISSUE; 
.llitc I'caJiody Painr, burn J;uiuary 20, 1S47. 

(x-3-n-77-274-690-2i2i-207i I ) 206616. 

GEORGES., son of Dr. S;umiel and Jemima (Chapin) Kingsbury, born .August 27, 1823; 
married, first, , Harriet Cabot. 

CHILDRF.X: 

2065660. MARSTON CACOT. born , 1847: resided. Little Rock, Ark., 18,80. 

2065661. AlARY. born . 

-2065662, ELLA, horn . 

Married, second, Amelia Dennison. K'o children. He died October 28, 1879. in 
Sacketts Harbor, N, Y. 



i68 KINGSBURY GENEALOGY. 

C.\-3-ii-7;-_'74-693-2i30-2o8oi ) 207510. 

BETSEY CUTLER, daughter of Bcla and Abigail (Bottom) Kingsbury, born , iSii: 

married. . Abel Bigelow. son of Zelotcs and Deborah ( Foote ) Bigelow. of Brook- 

tiehl. Wrnionl : died . 

(x-.vi 1-77-27.1-693-2130- 20801 ) 2075JJ. 

MARY, daughter of Bela and Miigail (Bottom) Kingsbury, born November 3. 1S13; married. 
. 1S36-7, as second wife of Abel Bigelow. He died .April 21. i8()0. She died Feb- 
ruary 8. 1891. 

ISSUE: 

Martha Kiuiishury Bi.^'c/.ue, born Octolier 31. 1840. in Brookfield. Vermont; married. 
February 10, 1866. Julian J. Washburn, of Randolph. Vermont, at present Secretary 
Wiard Plow Co.. Batavia. X. V.- They have two children: Edward .Abel Wash- 
liurn, born January 21. i8(j8. in Randolph. Vermont, and Mary Virginia Washburn, 
born January 29, 1879: student at Vassar College. Edward .Abel Washburn mar- 
ried. May 6. 1896. Frances V. Marsh, of Chicago. Me is County Judge and Surro- 
gate of Genesee County, N. Y. They have one child : Frances Rowena Washburn, 
born January 18. 1899. in Batavia. N. V. 

Mary Hi'^ch<w. born . i85(); died . 18(19: age. 13. 

(.x-3- 11 -77-274-696-2144-200-11 ) 208911. 

ADELE LOUISE, daughter of Capt. James Wilkinson and Julia .Antoinette\Cabanne I Kings- 
buiy. liorn .April 2. 1S33. on board Steamer "Warrior." during the battle which ternu- 
natcd the career of Black Hawk, near Cassville. Missouri. Tlic steamer took part in 
the engagement. The date is the 170th anniversary of the liirtli. and 9Sth of the death, 
of her grandmother of the third generation — Love Ayer. She married. M:iy 24. 1854. 
.Alfred Morgan Waterman, of St. Louis; removed from Hartford. Conn. 

ISSUE: 

Julia Kiiii^sl'iiry W'atcnnaii. boni -\pril 15. 1856. 

Alfred Morgan U'alcriiuni. born .August i. 1857: died September 24, 1871. 

James Kingsbury Waterman, born May 12. i860: married, , 1888, Julia M. Turner. 

daughter of Thomas T. Turner; died Felirnary 1. 1898. in Cape Town. South .Africa. 
. where he w;is interested in the construction of tram\v:iys. 

F.lha Caroline Waterman. Iiorii ; died, infant, 

.lilete l.iuiise Watenuan. burn March 28. 1863; died January 3. 1881. 
Gr-.iee J<'eelyn Watenuan. born I Jeeeuiber 20. 18(14. 

Marie . huanila Waterman, born ; died, infant. 

Clarenee ll'atermau. born August 20. 1867. 

Marv I'irginie Waterman, born Jonuary 25. 1870; married. , 1899. Cornelius 

Tompkins. Jr.. son if Cornelius Tompkins: resides. Roselle. N. J. 

( x-3- 1 1-77-274-696-2147-20070) 209200. 

FREDERIC JOHN, son of Charles Denison and Eliza (Leavenworth) Kingsliury. born Janu- 
ary 1. 1823, in Watcrbury. Conn.: married. .April 29, 1851, .Alathca Ruth, daughter of 
Hon. William Henry and Emma Ruth (Davies) Scovill, of Waterbury : grad. Yale Coll.. 
1846; studied law and admitted to Boston Bar, 1848. Opened an office in Watcrbury in 
the spring of 1849. Represented the town in the Legislature, May, 1850, and again in 
1858 and 1865. Circumstances led him to act as Treasurer of a Savings Bank, for which 
he had obtained a charter in 1850. In 1853 he founded the Citizen's Bank, and abandoning 
his law business has since devoted himself to the management of these institutions. In 
1868 he became President of the Scovill Mfg. Co.. which office he has held for thirty- 



EIGHTH GENERATION. 169 

two years, and for about twenty years devoted to it a large portion of his time. He has 
held various public offices: been Director and President in several railroad and steam- 
boat companies ; a member for eighteen years of the Corporation of Yale College, and 
has received the honorary degree of LL.L). from both Yale and Williams. 

CHILDREN: 

2091500. WILLIAM CHARLMS. born July 2. 1S53 ; died March 2. 1864. 

2091501. .M.\RY EL'NICE. born June 9. 1856: married. , Dr. Charles Stedm;in liull. 

"f New York City. 

2091502. .\LICE ELIZA, born May 4. 1858; unmarried. 

2091503. EDITH D.WTES, born February 6. i860: unmarried. 

2091504. FREDERICK JOHN, Jr., born July 7, 1863: married. November 11. 1S8— , .\,leK-. 

daughter of Edward M. Townseiul. oi New York. 
I Oil behalf of my fatlier I wish to make hearty acknowdcdgment for luiu-h nialeri:il herein, 
for the delightful correspondence, covering a period of twenty-five or more years, and f<ir 
many and repeated favors that lengthened his life. 'I'he generous and loving liospit.iliiy of tlie 
home in Watcrbury was of frequent reference and of joyous memories. J. .\. K.| 

( N-.M 1-77-274-696-2147-20970) 209201. 

SARAH LEAVENWORTH, daughter of Charles Denison and Eliza (Leaveiiwortli ) Kings- 
bury, born .\]iril i. 1S40. in \\ aterl)iiry. Conn.: married. February 24, 1803, Franklin 
Carter, President Willi.-ims College. 

ISSUE: 
Charles Frederick Curler, born .'\ugust 10. 1864. in Paris, France. 
Aliee Ruth Carter, born September 17, 1865. in Williamstown, Mass, 
liiiwaril rerkiiis Carter. M.P.. born April 13. 1870, in Williamstown, Mass.: married. 

.■\pril 8, 1900. Sarah Katlibone Sherinan : resides in Cleveland, Ohio. 
Franklin J. Carter, born September . 1878, in New Haven, Conn. 

(.\-,Vi 1-77-274-696-2147-20971 ) 2092 J2. 

MARY I., daughter of Maj. Julius Jesse Broiison ami Clara Jane (Stebbins) Kingsbury, born 
February 24, 1S31 : married. May 2, 1850, Simon Bolivar Buckner, born .\pril l, 1823, in 
Hart County, Kentucky. Gen. Buekner was opposed to the war, and endeavored to se- 
cure the neutrality of Kentucky, but finding this could not be done, joined the Southern 
Confederacy, in August, 1861 : appointed Brigadier-General, September 16, He sur- 
rendered Fort Donelson, February 16, 1862. Was four months in solitary confinement 
in Fort Warren, Boston Harbor. E.xchanged. .August. 1862, made a Major-Gencral, 
joined Bragg's army, had part in battle of Chickamaugua, Afterward appointed to the 
command of the District of Louisiana and made Lieutenant-General. In the surrender 
of the .\rniy of the Trans-Mississippi, May, 1865, he was not allowed to return to Ken- 
lucv, and settled in New Orelans, and in 1886 elected President of an insuriince com- 



]j,iny in New Orleans 



ISSUE: 



/./7/y Ihiel-ner. born March 7, 1858. 

Ileury lUickiier. liorii : died, infant. 

f >;-3-i 1-77-274-696-2147-20971) 209214. 

HENRY W., (Col.), son of Maj. Julius Jesse Bronson and Clara Jane (Stebbins") Kingsbury, 
born DiCember 25. 1836: married. December 4. 1861, Eva Taylor, daughter of ('.en. 
Jo.seph Taylor, of Baltimore: was killed Sepleiiiber 18, 1862, in Bailie of .\ntietain. They 
\ had one son : 

2091640. HE^'R^' W.. liorn Deccnilier 16. 1862: resided. B;iltimore. The widow m:irried. 
second. Col. .\lbert Gallatin Lawrence, of New]iort. Has one child. 



lyo KINGSBURY GENEALOGY. 

(x-,vii-77-J73-698-2i62-J[i-'-') 2J0725. 

JOHN BRIGHAM, son of Col. J.ihn and Mary (Brigliamj Kingsliui-y. born October t. 1826; 
niarrp.-(l. first. January 23. 1S50, Mary .Xnn Kolbigg. died Fcliruary 2,^. 1858; resided, 
Rockville. Conn. They liad one child: 

_'ior)75o. MARY BRIGH;\M. bnrn October 5. 1855; died June 2. 1856. 

i\Iarried, second. .Xiiril 17, 1861, Caroline .X. Rogers. No children. 

( .X ,1- 1 1-77-275-698-2 1 62-2 1 1 22 ) 2 J0726 

GEORGE HENRY, son of Col. John and Mary (Brighani) Kingsbury, born Novenilier 22. 
1S2S; ni.irried. January 22. 1852. Mary O. Crane; resided. Rockville, Conn. 

CHILDRRN: 

2106760. .\DELAIDE C, born January 10, 1853. 

2106761. JENNIE A., born March 18, 1855: married, February 8, 1876, Halsey L. Allen. 
21G6762. LIZZIE H., born November 20. 1861. 

2106763. GEORGE L.. born February 3, 1866; died .\ugust 11, 1876. 

2106764. M.\RY C, born December 15, 1869. 

(.X-3-1 1-77-275-698-2164-2114.O 210950. 

JAMES GOODWIN, .son of Enoch and Fanny R. (Goodwm) Kingsbury, born January 78. 
1832; married, first. October 15, 1857. Mary E. Layman, of Futuamville, Indiana, died 
.May 30, 1870: married, second. Mary L. Taylor, of Indianapolis, died August 5, 1888; 
married, third, September 4, 1889. .Mrs. Kate M. Gunrkel. of Indianapolis, wdicrc they 
reside: grad. Waliash Coll., 1S55: spent .several years teaching at WJlliamsport and 
Lafayette; kept book store at Crawfordsville. Indiana. 1861-3; edited the '■Commercial." 
in Danville. Illinois; city editor of the Indianapolis Journal; bought the ■'Northwestern 
Farmer" in 1870; changed the name to the ■■Indiana Farmer." ludi.iuaiiolis. and has 
been editor-in-chief or associate editor of it since. 

CHILDREN (by first wife) : 

2109000. FANNY, born .\ugust 13, 1858; died .August 2. 1866. 

2109001. J.AMES L.\YM.\N. born January 22. 7860: iitarried Minnie K.aylor. 

2709002. EDW.'XRD DWIGMT. born May 2. 7807; married, Alarch 2i:i. 1893, Alary George 

Hunt, 

(By second wife) : 

2709003. FR-ANKLIN ENOCH, born March 7, 7873; married. June 12, 1895. Pearl V. Laflan. 
2rocjo04. CH.ARLES GOODWIN, born Ma7-ch 7, 7875; married, June 6, 7900, Katharine 

Moore. 

2709005. HOWARD NATHAN, boru September 70. 7878. 

2709006. JOFIN FLETCHER, born Decemlier [4. 1871), 
2109007. THEODORE AIARSH.ALL, boru November 17, 78S6, 

(x-3-77-77-275-698-2164-21745) 2J0957. 

SAMUEL DAVIES, son of Enoch and Fanny R. (Gondwin) Kingsbury, born July 5, 7846; 
married, July 76, 1873, Lucy E. Brown, d.nighler of Jame- 11. Brown, of Covington, 
Kentucky. Removed fruui Indianapolis to L'rbaiia, 111., in 7884, .nid t" Seattle, Wash- 
in.gton, in 7890. 

CHILDREN: 

2109070. SAMUEL, born October 73, 1875. 

2109077. FANNY, horn December 7. 7876; mairied. December 20, 7898, . 

2109072. H.ARRY, born November 27, 7870. 

2709073. GUY, born .August 9, 7883. 



EIGHTH GENERATION. 171 

(x-3-ii-77-275-698-ji(i4-2i 150) 211003. 
DWIGHT, son of Lyman and Eliza (Troadway) Kingslmry. liorn Fchrnary 10, 1848; nKininl. 



CHILDREN : 

2i095,?o, CHARLES, born Afay 16, 1876, 
^109531. CARRIE, born December 19. 1878. 

(x-3-ii-77-^;5-69S-^i''m-_'M50) 211004. 

I 
CAROLINE, (laugbter of Lyman ami l^hza O'l'eailway ) King^l)nry. born Jnly 10, 1851 ; marr 
ried, , ; residol, llarlior Creek, Pa. 

ISSUE: 

, liorn . 

, liorn . 

(x-,vii-77-275-7oi-2i7Q-2i29o) 212403. 

WILLIAM IRVIN, son of Allen and Betsey (Coleman) Kingsbnry. born Marcb 27. 1813; 

married, , 1842, Elizabetb McKee; resided in Payson, Illinois. He died , 

i84(), in Taylorsville. Illimiis. Tbey had one child: 

2i2,^5.?o. .born : died . 



fx-,vi 1-77-275-701-2179-21290) 212404. 

ASENATH, daughter of Allen .ind P.etsiy (Coleman) Kingsbury, born May ,?, 1815; mar- 
ried, February , 1841. llendrick (Mr. Hyde says Frederick) De Clerq : resided, 

De Soto, Iowa. 

LS.SL'F, (four sons, one daughter) : 
De Clerq, born . 



De Clerq, born 

De Clerq, born — 



De Clerq, born . 

De Clerq, born . 

(x-.vi 1-77-275-701-2179-21290) 212405. 

JOHN FLAVEL, son of Allen arid Betsey (Coleman) Kingsbury, born May 25. 7817: mar- 
ried, M.-iy 25, 1843, Juli;i De Cler(| : resides in Cazenovia, N. V. 

CHILDREN: 

212.^550. MARY LOUISA, liorn March i.), 1.846; m:irried, , Selden Mather, of Pearl 

Creek, N, Y. 
212.^551. AUGUSTUS IRVIN, born .\pril 7, 1848; resides in Cazenovia, N. Y. 
2123552. GERTRUDE, born DeCLinber ^i, 1S50: married, , Justin Cnshing; resided 

Derrick City, Pa. 

C:^-.?- II -77-^7.1-701 -21 79-21203) 212432. 

SAMUEL NEWELL, son of Jabez and Fanny (Davenport) Kingsburv, born October 8, 1820. 
in Andover. Conn.: married, May 26, 1852, Caroline \V. Chandler; \v;is connecled with 
Lackawanna Iron & Coal Co. ; resided, Boimd Brook, N. J. 

CHILDREN (born in Hornellsville, Pa.) 

2123820. HERBERT ,\., born .April 1. 1856; died . 

2123821. NATH.VNIEL J W.. bmn J.mnary 5, 1858; died . 



2 


25832 


2 


25833 


2 


25834 


2 


25835 


2 


25836 


2 


25837 



172 KINGSBURY GENEALOGY. 

(.\-3-11-77-275-701-2181-21313) 212633. 

HENRY MART YN, .M '11 uf \Villi;ini and Susan (Ri-ynolds) Kingslnuy. horn Sept<ni1)iT jg. 
iHjo; married. Uctolxr S. 1848. Emily Watmus, uf . 

CHILDKKX: 

2125830. NATHANIEL \V.. burn .\ugust 7. 1849; married. September iS, 1875, Helen Ash- 

land Kean. 

2125831. IM.-\.RY ELIZA, horn February i, 1851 ; married, starch 16, 1876, George W. Bun- 

nell, 
WILLIAM HENR^'. born Februarys. 1853. 

ANNIE .\MELIA. born September 26. 1855; married. Sauford I'lulipp Weava, 
CHARLES SLaiNER. horn November 30. 1857. 
JANE WATROUS. horn February 19. 1860, 
HORACE LINCOLN, born January 10. 1863. 
JOSEPH H.^RVEY, horn October 2, 18(18. 

(x-3-"-77-275-70i-2iSi-2i3i4 1 212640. 

LUCIUS, (.Rev.;, son of Joseph and \melia ( ReynobL 1 Kingsbury, born September 2C, 182S; 
married, July 8. 1865. Lucy A, Carpenter, 1'orn I"ehruary 3, 1833. Have resided in St, 
Louis. Springfield. Illinois, here he taught many years before he became a settled minis- 
ter in Canton, Dakota, 

CHILDREN: 

2125900. FREDERICK GlLl'.b'.KT, liorn Fe1)ruary 2b. 1858, in St. Louis; died in Sioux 

Falls. Dakota. July 14. 1879. 

2125901. M.'XRY AMELIA, horn Octolx-r 4. 1S60. in St. Louis. 

2125902. HOW.ARD ELLIOT, horn January 16, 1865. in Springfield, Illinois; died b'ehruary 

15. 1868. 

2125903. ALICE REYNOLDS, horn November 28, 1867. 

(.X-3-1 1-77-275-7OT-2181-21314 ) 2J2641. 

EDGAR JAMES, so-.i nf jM.e|ib and .Vnielia iRe\n<.lils) Kingsbury, Ijoru .\pril 3. 1831; mar- 
ried. December 25. 1867. Hannah Mariah Reynolds, horn June 3. 1832, in . He is 

a farmer, removing from .^Viidover, Conn., to Siou.x Falls, Dakota, in 18S0. 

CHILDREN: 

2125910. AMELIA JOSEPHINE, horn November 17. i8(.8. 

2125911. HORACE REYNOLDS, liorn January 20, 1873. 

(x-3-1 1-77-275-701 -2 18 1-213 1 4 ) 212642. 

WALTER REYNOLDS, son of Joseph and .\melia (Reynolds) Kiugshnry, horn December 
25, 1S32; married, first, .-\ugust 2},. 1859. Corinllia J. Lymau. liorn June 12, 1835, died 
February 17, 1864. They had one son: 

2125920. SUiMNER, born December 20, 1861 : died July 2},. iSfc. 

Married, second, .\pril 20, i8d5. Sarah Cornelia Starr, horn November 2, 1837. He 
is a merchant; removed from Chicago to Sioux Falls, Dakota, 1880. 

CHILDREN : 

2125921. LILLIE. born June 5. 1S66: died July 21. 1866. 

2125922. W.^LTER STARR, born November 18. 18(19: died .\ugust (\ 1S70. 

2125923. HELEN LOUISE, horn .May 1, 1872. 

2125924. HOWARD LYM.XN. born August 11. 1874. 



EIGHTH CENERATION. 173 

( x-,M i-77-J75-7oi-2iSi-2i,?i t) 2 J 2650. 

ELIZABETH WRIGHT, daughter of Harvey and Pully t WriHliU KiiiRslnny, linni I.k-ccni- 
bor ,^i. 1XJ4; married. Si'iileiiilicr 24. 1851, Henry E. H. Gill)erl, nf Alanslielil. She died 
Noveniijcr y, 1862. 

ISSUE: 

Mury llliziibcth Gilbert, l)orn July I, 1853; died Auijnst i, 1861. 

.iiimi Fniiicrs Gilbert. liDrn August 20, 1855. 

llriirv Kingsbury Gilbert. l)orn August 6. 1858; died December 30, 1859. 

Hattic Elizabeth Gilbert. l)orn Noveniljcr U'l, i860. 

( x-.M 1-77-2-5-701-2181-21315 ) 21265J. 

MARY JEFFERS, daughter of Harvey and I'nlly (Wrighl) Kiugsliury. h.iru Deeemlier 31. 
182(1; married (second wife). June 27. 1866, Henry \i. H. (Idherl, nf Mansfiehl No 
children. 

Cx-3- 11 -77-275-701 -21S 1-2 13 16 I 212660. 

EMILY LORD, daughter ..f I )i . Royal and Emily ( Eoote ) Kingshnry. born Febrnary 25. 1831 : 
married, first. April 12. 1855. Shelton HoUister. of St. Anthony's Falls. .Minnesota, died 
April 2g. 1855. in St. .Anthony. No children. Married, second, November 28, 1865. 
Thomas B. Cheney, of Hartford. Conn., where they live. 

ISSUE: 

Thomas Shelton Cheney, horn February 14. 1867; resided. Hartford. 
Frances Entity Cheney, born October 22. 1868; resided. Hartford. 

(x-3-1 1-77-275-704-2105-2T450) 214003. 

BURTON, son of Col. Jose]ih and .\una (Spauhhng) Kingsbury, born March 30, 1805; mar- 
ried. Septemlier 25. 182(1. Kowena Scott. 

CHILDREN: 

2I.TO5.10. c;EORGE SCOTT, born September 7. 1830: unmarried; resideil. Scranton. Pa. 

2139531. BURTON LER.AY. Iiorn April 7. 1S32. in Towanda. Pa.: resides. Burlington. Kan. 

2139532. EDWARD, born June 27. 1834: died March 2. 1862. 
2i,W5.1,V ROWENA, born January 2, 1837. 

3139534. ANNA, born Novembei 10. 1843; died August 28. 1850. 

(x-3-ir-77-275-704--'io5-2i4.w) 214009. 

LEMUEL S., .son of Colonel Joseph and Anna (Siianicling) King.sbiuy. boni September 14. 
1823; married. , Sarah O. Osborn. born. 1823: resides, in Shesheipiin. Pa. 

' CHILDREN: 



2n9590. ALICE O., born ;died . 

■,139591 MYRA, born December 5. 1847. i" Sheshequin; ,bed JuIn 11. 1808. at her parents 

Iiome. after a long and trying illness, having gone ihither for rest and recuperation from 

her ministerial Labors. The following, from a skelcli of the life and work of R,r. ^{yra 

Kingsbnrv. bv one who was associated with her : 

••So <levoted to her work in the ministry for the love of it. she put forth a mighty elTort for 

life and as a last resort, staked her hopes upon a mental science cure; but this failed most 

signally and really was an iniurv to her. Her first sermon was ,,reached 111 the Umver.sahsl 

church of Towanda. Pa.. Dr. Taylor being pastor. He liad been instrumental in her entering 

the ministrv. and directed her studies for it. Soon she became pastor at Sheshe.|um. Athens 

and Litchfield, and in all these ]d,ices marked progress in the work was made under her leader- 



174 KINGSBURY GENEALOGY. 

ship. She had rare facuUy in attracting the people to her and arousing in them a love for the 
Gospel worU. She was exceedingly winning in appearance, tall in form, sweet in smile and 
magnetic in her ways. . . . Her fame went forth, and she was called to Williston. 
Vermont, where she remained four years, giving entire satisfaction in all respects. Then 
Morrisville. Fairfax and Fletcher hecame her charges, and a parsonage was built at Morris- 
ville while she ministered to their needs. From Vermont she was called to Belfast, Maine, 
uliere pastor and people were known to be thoroughly united in a work, blessing not .only their 
own cinirch. but the community about. 

"Miss Kingsbury had special iuFlnence with tliL- children, and in Belfast she performed 
notable service for them. While there she visited California, preaching at points along the 
route, and finding a funeral awaiting her in San Francisco on her arrival there. But the dis- 
ease (cancer) which bore her away began making its inroads, and .she was obliged to sever her 
connections with the Maine parish, and seek rest and restoration at her own parents' home in 
tlie Sheshequin Valley. Here she found herself much exhausted: but Sheshequin and Athens 
without pastors, appealed to her most strongly, and again she took up her loved work with 
them for the last time, preaching her last sermon, June, 1897. •''t tht- State convention held at 
Reading. . . . God's love and truth flowed in upon her in great abundance, and 
all hearts were blessed. . . . Miss Kingsbury's suflerings were very great, but she 
bore them patiently, and went home to her God in the strong belief of universal redemption 
under Christ, and to the greatness of the indwelling presence of God in our hearts in all that 
we are and do. Her funeral was attended by Rev. Emma E. Bailev. 
-'139592. GRACE GREENWOOD, born — ;died . 

(x-.3-ii-77-275-704-jir)5-2i45_M 2J4022. 

ALICE TERRY, daughter of Lcnuiel and llulilah (Terry) Kingsbury, born March 1,5. 1807; 
married, March 24. 1S31. Solomc-n .Mien. 

ISSUE: 

Catherine Kiit^isbury .Uleit. born Jaiuiary 12. iS,5j: died May 24. 1844. 
SoloiHon P.Us'^vorth Allen, born October 15, 183.V 

Ellen Maria Allen, born .August 12. 18,15: ui;irried. December 4, 1856. Whar'-en But- 
ton. She died November 8, 1872. 
Robert Terry Allen, born Scptemlier 2.^ 18.^7: married, .\ugust i. 1870. Sarah Tremcre. 
Julia Alice Allen, born .'\pril 13. 1841 : died March 21, 184,1. 

Alice .hii^elinc Allen, liorn .\ugust i. 184,1: married, .-\pril 4. 1870. Richard Thompson. 
Josef>li .\llen. born February 23. 1847; died Sei)tember 2, 1847. 
Charles .lllen. horn October 2,;. 1849: died Septendjer 22. 1866. 

(x-.M 1-77-275-704-2105-21452 1 21402-1. 

ALFRED, son of Lemuel and lluldah (Terry) Kiugsluuy, Iioni .April ij. 181 1: married. 
January 29. 18,15. Lucinda Chandler. 

CHILDREN: 

2139740. .ALGERNUX SIDNEY, born July 5. 1S.15 C- ) . 

2139741. MILO. born .April 25. 1S.19. 

2139742. ISOLINE. born October 30. 1841. 
JI39743- THEODOSIA. born June 26. 1844. 

2139744. ALONZO. born August 8. 1847: died March 13. 1872. 
-'139745- ELLA ANN, born August 26. 1850. 



EIGHTH GENERATION. 175 

(x-3-"i-77-_'75-704-2i95-2i45.>i 214026. 

MEMNON, son of Lemuel and llnldah (Terry) Kingslnu-y. Ixirn .\i)ril 15. 1815; niarrieil. 
first, September 26, 1844. Loncia Cliapin. Ncj children. Married, seeund. Jnne 2,5. 1847. 
Eliza Anne Lord. He died July 27. 1879. 

CHILDREN: 

2139760. CHARLES MEMNON. born July 10. 1848 ( ? ) ; died May 16. 1853. 

2139761. ANNIE ELIZ.A, liorn December 6. 1854: married. June 9, 1875. William Thomas 

Lane. 

2139762. GEORGE LORD, born June 11, i860. 

-139763. H.\RRIET, born January 30. 1870: died February 2,^, 1871. 

(x-3-ii-78-28i-7.35--'J.vV2i839) 2J789L 

WASHINGTON FRANCIS, sun of Ransom and ( ) Kingsbury, born De- 
cember 16. 1815. in Hampton. Conn.: marriid. .March 6. 1845. Mary .\. Brown, of Perry. 
N. Y., born May 15. 1826. in Sutton. E"gb-iiul. Occupation, pattern maker. Moved 
from Perry to Buffalo. N. Y.. 1840: to Warren, I'a.. 1851: to Warsaw. N. Y., 1867; 
to Erie, Pa.. 1890. where he died November 19, 1891. 

CHILDREN: 

2178410. CHARLES R.\XSO,M, born .\ugust 15. 1846; married. . 1870. Ida E. Johnson. 

2178411. WILLIAM THOMAS, born October 31. 1848: married. . 1877. Margaret 

Hennesy; died March 22. 1880. 



^■* ^* ..* 
NINTH GENERATION. 

^* t^ eJT* 



NINTH GENERATION. 

(■x-i-io-68-2Ji-566-i5</)A-i54oiA-i535ioA) J534603A. 

OTIS WILLIAM, -nn of William Leonard and Anna Ware (Wcljstrri Kingslniry. born 
l''tliiuar\ i_|, iS^o; married. February 2S. 1H74, Nellie, daiigbter of James Dinsniore 
and Jcrusha (Randall) Clieever. Imrn May ig. 1X5(1. in .\lslead ; resides. Surry, N. IL 

They had one son : 

l53-4.S5,3oA. FREU LEOX.\Kl). horn .\lareh _',?. 1X7(1. in Surry. 

(x-.Vi i-7i')-66g-i074-i(j245-ioi9.siO 1919060. 

DAVID BISHOP, snn of John and .Angeline ( Disb.op ) King.^ibury. born Oetober S. lS.?7. in 
Hudson, Ohio; married. September 1,?. 1859, Ruth .\my Greene, born February 1. i8.?8, 
in Ravenna. He is a earpenter. Removed from Hudson to Parkman, then to Ravenna. 
Ohio, where he now resides. 

One d.uighler : 

19190100. M.\RY EMOGEX, born August _'y. i860, in Ravenna. Ohio: died .laiiiiary .ii. 
1879. 

(.X-3-1 1-76-271-669-1974- i<).'4.s-ioi956) 1919061. 

OTIS D., son of John and Angeline (Bishop) Kingsbury, born .\ugnsl u. l8.vj. in llmlsou. 
Oliio ; married. . Resides m Ravenna, Ohio. 

(x-,vi 1-76-27 1 -6(19- 1974- 19245-1 9 Ki.sf)) 1919062. 

JOHN HARLOW, better known as ■•doctor." son of John and .\ngeline ( Bisliop ) Kings- 
bury, born .\iigust 7. 1X41. in Hudson. Ohio; ni.irried. October 22. 186,3, Martha Jane 
Smith, born January 24. 1842, in Freedom, Ohio. Removed from r'arkman to Ravenna 
' in 1858. Occupation, mechanic. While not a professional niannfaclurer of musical 
instruments, has made several violins and guitars, and is now ni.iking :i piano. 
Is connected with the Buckeye Chair Factory. 

CHILDREN (born at Ravenna) : 

19190120. l)OR.\ .ANGELINE. born .August 1, 1865: resides. Ravenna. Ohio. 

19190121. CH.ARLES ELMER, born .April ,v 1870: married. April 10. 1S95. (Iraee Nelson. 

of Shalersville. Ohio, born January 2,;. 1875. 

19190122. ELENOR IRENE, born .April 3, 1870; married, tirst. .Xosember 11. i88c). Harry 

Sherman Cadwell. born March 26. 1868. died July 22. 181J2; married, second. 
October 21. 1899. Warren Gray Bragg, of Cleveland. Ohio, born .August 12. 
187.3. in Quincy. Illinois: resides. Hiram. Ohio. 
1919012.1. Lli.V.A ROSE, born July 8. 1S74: resides. Ravenna. Ohio. 

(.\-,V 1 1 -76-271 -669- 1974- 10245- 19T956) 1919064. 

LEANDER MILAN, son of John an.l Angeline (Bi.shop) King.sbnry. born April 10, 1845. 
in Parkman, Ohio: married, .March 21, 1877, Flora .Alice Barber, born November 
14, 1854. in Bloomington. Illinois; lives on and owns the old home, "Beech Woods," 
near Ravenna, Ohio. 

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i8o KINGSBURY GENEALOCiV. 

CHILDREN: 

19190140. ALBERT M.. born August <;. 1881. in Ravcinia, Ohio. 
ic)i90i4i. CLYDE H.. l)orn December 10. 1886. in Ravenna. Ohio. 
19190142. GRACE B., born October 15. 1889, in Ravenna, Ohio. 

( x-,vi 1-76-271-669-1974-19245-19195(1) 1919065. 

EUGENE ELROY, son of John and .AngeUne (Bishop) Kingsbury, born July 15. 1849. in 
Parknian, Ohio; married, ;\lay 23. 1877, Henritta Barber, born October 28, 1856. in 
Hudson. Ohio: died March 15. 1894. Occupation, engineer Ravenna Woolen Factory. 

CHILDREN: 

19190150. R.XYMOND BRADFORD, born November Ji, iSSo, in Ravenna, Ohio. 

19190151. LESLIE EUGENE, born July 24, 1882. in Ravenna. Ohio. 

(.x-,Mi-70-27i-669-i974-i9245-i9i95O) J919066. 

BRADFORD ETHELBERT, snn of John and .\ngeline (r'.i.-lmp) Kingsbur>, liorn January 

8, 1852. in Ravenna, (Jhio; married, , Imogene Debil.i Hill, b^rn . in New- 

bery, Ohio. 

They have one sou : 

19190160. OTIS A. C, born March 1. 1S80, in Ravenna, (Jhio, 

(.x-.S-i 1-76-271-069-1977-19270-192205) J92I550, 

LETTIE A., daughter of William and Lydia J. (Hier) Kingsbury, born May 18, 1848. in 
Royalton, Ohio: married. .April j. 1S67, Edwin Scrivener (or Scrivens) ; resides. 
;\Iiddlebnrgh Township, Cuyahoga County, P, O,, Berea, Ohio, 

ISSUE: 

Three sons and two daughters, 

( \-,M i-76-27i-669-i()77-i9J7o-i922o5 I I92J552. 

SUSANNA v., daughter of Wibiani and Lydia J. (Hier) Kingsbury, born March 2O, 1852. 
in Royalton. Ohio; married, September 14, 1871, W iili.ini Demming. 

ISSUE: 
Two sons and our daughter, 

( x-,vi i-76-27i-f><i9- 1977- 1 9271- 192210) 192 1 601. 

PERMELIA, daughter of Blodgett G. and Sarah (Smith) Kingsbury, born November 21. 
1824: married. , John Groger, 

ISSUE: 

John G'/-(i.;;cr, born May 20, 1848; lives in Illinois. 

( x-.M 1-70-27 1 -969- 1977- 1927 1 -1922 10) 1921602. 

POLLY, daughter of Blodgett G :inil Sarah (Smith) Kingsbury, born March ,u. 1827 ( ?) : 
married. ..George Tower. Shr died Alay 7. 18(14. Resided, Minnesota, 

ISSUE: 
Claxlon Tower, born . 



Alice Tower, born : married, , Kately 

Clarcnec Toicer. born , 

Carlos Tower, born , 



NINTH GENKRATION. ]8i 

( x-.!-! i-7ri-_7i-06y-ig77-iijj7i-i()22io) J92J603. 

JOHN ALLEN, (REV.), sun uf. Blodgetl G. and Sarah (Smith) Kingsbury, born, ; 

married, , lunily Groger; residence, White House, New Jersey, He is a .Metliu- 

dist minister. 

Tliey had mu' d.-iughter : 

"J-^[55,iO. CORA :M., hum June 21, 1S57. 

(x-,v 11 -76-660- 1 977- 1 027 1 -1922 10) J92J604. 

LORA S., daughter of llludmit G and Sarah (Sniitli) Kingslniry, liorn Septemlier 2S, 
1836; married Rev. 1). 1". Ilalleck; residence. Lung Khcnd, N. ^'. She died Nuvemlier 
10, 1868. 

ISSUE: 

l.ora IlallCi-k. l).irn .April iS, 1862. 

( x-,^i 1-76 27i-()6o-ig77-iO27.VT0223i ) 1921810, 

IRENE LAURA, daughter of John A. and I'di/alietli (Gates) Kingslnny, horn Nlarcli 27, 
1S35; married, January ly, 1857. Ephraim Transue, carpenter and farmer; lemuved 
from Alh'ance, Ohio, to Saranac, Mich.; died Deeemlier <). 1XS7. 

ISSUl' : 

Sora .1. Transue. hurn Xiivemhtr 5. 1S57. 

I.iirni ll'iniiiiii Iransiir. hum February I, iSjij: (hc<l Nt>\eml)er 30, tS6,V 

Cliarlcs J olui I'riiiisitc. hum Septemlier 15. iSO-j: married, July S, 1896, Nin.a Winks. 

Two children: (i) Raleigh E]ihr:iim, hurn .September 17, 1897: (2) Duruthy. 

bum M.irch 18. iSu'i. I\esides in Clarks\ille, Mich. Principal Michigan X.imial 

.Academy. 

(x-.vi i-76-27i-669-i977^i')-7.Vi022,v ) 1921811. 

GEORGE W., son of Julm .\. .mil Lncretia (Elberson) Kingsbury, bum July 16. i8.io; mar- 
rucl. .August , 1860, Cherry E. Woods. 

CHILDREN: 

19217610. FR.ANK, horn ; married, , Afinnie Tra'nsue. One child. 

111217611. LUE, born ; married, , Lyman Eeardsley; resides, .Allegheny, I'a. 

19217612. AIAUDE, born : married, , Jack Taylor: resides. Canton, Ohio. 

George W. died : his wife died . 

(x-,Mi-76-27i-669-i977-i927.vi9--2,li ) J92J813., 

SARAH ELIZABETH, daughter of J,>hn A. and Lucretia (Elberson) Kingsbur\. burn 
I'ebrn.iry 2.5. 1N47: married. .August 15. i8()9. John B. Day. 

ISSUE: 

Marie Olk'c Day. bom Seplemher 20. 1S73; married, July 8, 1892, Sanuiel (ludfrey 
Gallupe, empluyed Columliia Xaliun.d I'.ank, Pittsburgh, l';i., son of (ieneral 
George Sheldon Gallupe. Thex h.ive one child, Sadie Marie (jallupe, born .May 
10, 189,?. 

(x-,vi I •76-271-669-1977-19.27,^10223?") I9218I4. 

SAMUEL W., son of John A, and Lucretia (Elberson) Kingsliury, hoi-n November 13, 1848, 
in Ravenna, Ohio; married, Oeluher 5, 1871, Rebecca Weikert, horn July 11, 1854, i" 
Leetonia, Ohio; resides in .Alliance, Ohio. 



iS2 KINGSBURY GENEALOGY. 

CHILDREN: 

19217640. DORA, linni .\iigiist 16. 1872; died March 4. 1896. 

19217641. CHARLES J., born January 26. 1874; married. Jnne 22. 1899, Florence E. Day. 

liorn December 30, 1871. 

(x-,vii-76-27i-669-i979-i929i-iO-'4iro 1923663. 

ANDREW LEMUEL, son of Andrew L. and Lucy (Gillett) Kingsbury, born May 5, 1842, 
in lluntir^ CreeU. Mich.: married, first. Octo1-)cr 8. 1863. Mary ^L Keeler, born 
Septeni1)er 21. 184.1. in Hinsdale, N. V.: died March 10, 1879, in Hunters Creek. 

CHILDREN: 

i92,/ii.30. OTTO CLIFFORD, horn September 17, 1864. 

19236131. GEORGIA A:\1ELIA, born July T4. 1866. 

19236132. KITTIE. born September 25, 1869. 

19236133. MARTIN HENRY, born March 3, 1S74 (?■). 

19236134. LUL.A., born September 20, 1874 (?)• 
Married, second, October 18. 1888, Permelia Palmerlee. 

(X-3-11-76-271-669-1979-19291-192416) J923665. 

JESSE H., >nn ot Andrew L. and Lucy (Gillett) Kingsbnr.w burn Alay 20, 1847: married, 

Februarx 22, 18(19, .\manda E . borr, October 20, 1848, in Kidnuund. .Mich. He 

is a salesman, and resided in Colnmbiaville. Mich.. i8i)i. 

CHILDREN: 

19236150. ALLIF L.. horn March 12. 1870, in Berville, Mich. 

19236151. CL.XL'D I'., horn January 17. T875. in Lajieer. Mich, 

( x-3- 1 1 -76-27 1 -669- 1 1 )7o- 1 929 1 - 1 024 1(1) 1 923666. 

BENJAMIN F., son of Andrew L. .and Lucy (Gdletl ) Kingsbury, linrn July 29, 1S49. in 
Lapeer, Mich,: ui:;rried, February 2, 1868, H;irriet W'cu.d, liiirn .\ugnst 28, 1851, in 
Canada. 

CHILDREN: 

T9236160. ID.\ B., l)orn September 2^. 1869, in Lapeer, Mich. 

19236161. WILBFR 1)., horn .-Xpril 9, 1873, in ^Memphis, 

19236162, CHARLIES F., born May r. 1875, in Lapeer, Mich. 
192,16163. GR.\CE M., horn July 10, 1878, in Lapeer, Mich, 

19236164, GUY E,, horn Septemhcr 14. 1882, in Lapeer, Mich. 

19236165. E\'.\ .\., h(irn October 2,^. 1884, in Lapeer, Mich, 

( x-3- 1 1 -76-27 1 -669- 1 979- 1 9291 - T 924 16) 1 923669. 

JOHN C , son of Andrew L, and Lucy (Gillett) Kingsbury, hnni Alarch 3, 1857, in Lapeer, 
Mich,; married, Jnne 3. 1874. Almira Decker, lioru -\pril 17, 1859. in Orion, Mich,; 
resided in Hunters Creek, Mich., 1880. 

CHILDREN: 

192.16190. WALTER F., horn .Vpril .t, 1875, in Lapeer. Mich, 

192.16191. WILL.-VRD J,, born November 27, 1877. i" Lapeer. Mich, 
19236192. OM-AR C. horn .\pril 22. 1885, in Lapeer. Mich. 

( x-3- 1 1-77-274-684-2061-201 10-200602 ) 2005520. 

ASA, son of .Vsa and Polly (Fnster) King.shury, horn . in Louis County. Turin Town- 
ship. N. Y. ; married. . 



NINTH GENERATrON. 183 

CHILDREN: 

20054700. JAMES HERBFRT, lioni ; resides, Minneapolis. Minn. 

20054701. A DAUGHTER, b.mi ; married C. ^[. Roc-d ; resides. Rntte, Montana. 

(X-.3-11-77-274-684-2061-J01 14-20060,1 1 2005520. 

CARLOS M , son (if Flavel ClarU.and 'I'ryplu-na (Hcilnies) Kin.sjsbnry, linrn Jannary 20. 

182J, in Hartford. Conn. ; married, first. Jane IJavis. . Iiorn Jnne 12. iS^y, in 

Stitsville. X. ^'^ died .May 29. 1863: married, second. Octolicr 20. 1864. Mary .Xnu 
Davies. Ijorn iS,?5. in England, died May 14. 1888. He died Jnne 2.1. 187.V 

CHILDREN (hy first wife): 

20054800. ORSON J., born September 20. 185.V in Stitsville. N. ^^ ; m:irried Ennna .\yres, 

1S86-7, in Fort Worth, Texas. 

20054801. CHARLES H., born February 2. 1857. in Stitsville, N. V.: ni:irrieil. October. 1885. 

Mary Steers; resides, Wayne, .\licb. 

20054802. MILTON DeEOREST, born November 7, i8.sg ; married, July 12, 1863, Mars.iret 

Russell Hawkins: resides. Syracuse, N. Y. 
2005480,^ MARY BELLE, born October i. 1855, in Stitsville. X. V.: died . 

20054804. WILLIE EUGENE, born June 2. 1862. in Cortland. X. \ . : died July 18, 1867. 

(By second wife) : 

20054805. THOMAS D.. born October .5, 1S65, in Rome, X. Y. : died July 2.1. 1867. 

20054806. ADELBERT R., born May 2.3, 1867. in Rome. N. Y. : married. Decenilnr 2.!. 1800. 

Ella Todd ; resides. Cirecnville. Pa. 

20054807. H. ESTELLE. born Mnrcli 8. 1871. in Rome. X. V.: married Ward C.-i.gw.-iin, 

of Rome, N. Y. 

(x-,3-i 1-77-274-6S4-2061-201 10-20060,?) 20055 3 J. 

ORSON J., son of Flavel Clark and Trphena (.Holmes) Kingsbury, born : married. 

. Sarah Davis He died 1899. aged 78. 



20054810 
2005481 1 
20054812, 
2005481,3 
20054814 
20054815, 
20054816 
20054817 



CHILDREN: 

GEORGE, born . 

FANNIE, born . 

IXVERXA, born . 

HATTIE. liorn . 

JOSEPHINE, born . 

FREDERIC, born . 

XELLIE. born . 

CARRIE, born . 

(x-,3-1 1-77-274-6S4-2061-20110-20060,;) 2005532. 



WILLIAM W., son of Flavel Clark and Tryphena (Holmes) Kingsbury, born ; mar- 
ried. . Lucina Miller. 

CHILDREN: 

20054S20. JEROME F.. born . 

20054S-;r. WILLIAM C. borr. . 

( x-,3-Ti-77-274-684-2o6i-20i 10-20060.3 1 2005533. 

LURENA, daughter of Flavel Clark and Trphep:! (Holmes) Kingsbury, born — ■ . 1S.31 : 

married, February 12, 1852. in Utica, N. Y.. Lansing DeForest. farmer; removed from 
N. Y. to DeKalb. Illonis in 1857, where he died July 5, 1898, aged 66. She resides in 
DeKalb. 



1 84 KINGSBURY GENEALOGY. 

ISSUE: 

Mary I:. Ih-l-onst. I.orii e)ctol)er 24. 1852. 
Alltrrt linncnc Jh-Forrst. born February 17, 1854. 
Lizzie .1. Ih'Forcst. Iiorn Dvccnilicr 25. 1855. 
Invcrna Fcllc Pcl'orcst. Ijorn March 15. 1858. 
Tryl>liciui S. Ih-porcst, liorn Octolicr 18, 1861. 
Carrie M. DcFcrcst, born January i. 1864. 
Lctlic li. Deforest, born Jnly 3, 1870. 

{.\-3-ii-77-274-684-20(ii-2oi io-20o6':).V) 2005536. 

MARYL,, dauglilLT of Flavul Clark ami Tryphona (Holnii-s) Kingsbnry. born . 1835; 

married. . William R. Williams, contraclor and Imilder. Sbc died in Oneida, 

N, Y,. .September, 1S86. aged =51. 

ISSUE: 

Henry J. Il'itliaiiis. born : married Alice J-. llem;nis. Two children: M. Edith 

and RobcrtE. 

Geor:^e S. irHlinins. M.P.. born : married, . Ida Hedrick. No children. 

Resides in Muskegon, Mich. 

I^rniil; f. Il'illiains. born : married, , .\Hnnie Farrington. Has son, Ed- 
ward F, Residence, Hill City, S. D. 

Pella /'. irilliaiiis. born ; married, , Otto C. PfalT, M.U. No children. 

Resides in Oneida, N, \, 

(x-3-1 1-77-274-6S4-2062-20122-200721 ) 2006721. 

CHESTER TAYLOR, (Rev.;, son of .-Vmos and Mary (Sherman) Kingsbury, l)orn -January 
.>5. iSji, m I',;, si Cleceland, Ohio; married, first, September (), 184!), Lucy I''. Hart. 

born September , 1823, in Saratoga, N. V., dic<l July 6. 1862. in Twinsburgb, Ohio; 

married, second, M:iy 12, 1863, Mary E. Carter, d.anghler of Noah Andrews Carter, 
who was an eminent pioneer; born March 26, 1835, in Twinsburgh, Ohio, Ur. K. 
removed from New York to Ohio in 1848. where he b.is since preached. Resides in 
.\lliance, Ohio. 

CHILDRFN (by first wife) : 

20066620. ADELAIDE F., born September 20, 1854; married, July ,VX 1880, H. C. Wait. 

of Newark. N. J.; died in .Mliance, Jnly 21, lyoo. 

(By second wife) ; 

20066621. JFNNIE M.W. born August 22. i86y. in Cbardon, Ohio; married, October 7, 

1896, .\rthnr Wright; resides, A.lliance, Ohio. Has one ilaugbter, Helen 
Elizabeth \\'right. born November 7. 1897. 

The -Mliance Review. February 1. 1001. ]iublishes tin- following: 

/•!)»;• Seore )'ears of Life .ind Still ll.ile and Hearty. The oldest native of the City of 
Cleveland now living, and one of the oldest members of the E. O. Conference— Birthday 
celebration. 

January 25 he celebrated with his f:miily and ;i few friends his 8otb anniversary and 
enters upon the twentieth century and his ninth decade full of strength and sound in mjnd 
and body. Rev. Kingsbury is the grandson of Judge James Kingsbury, one of the earliest 
settlers of the Western Reserve :ind being the last survivor of his family and the only 
descendant in his generation of Ibis celebrated pioneer should be of interest. Judge James 
Kingsbury, of New H;impsbire, arrived at Coniieant, Ohio, in July, 1706. and his was the 
first white family that ever wintered on the Reserve. Mrs. James Kingsbury was the mother 
of the first wdiite child born on the Western Reserve. The child was born in Conueaut in 



NINTH GENERATION. " 185 

Deceinl)er, i^c/i, in :i log cabin wiuTt- tlio family \va> doniiciU'il fur llic winter. This was a 
ca1)in deserted 1)y a company of surveyors early in the fall of i/ij'' Mi'- Kingshnry hemg 
o])liged to retnrn East was so long delayed by sickness that he did not return to Conneaul 
until Christmas Eve. when he found his wife, uho h.id recently given hirth to a child, ap- 
parently in a dying condition from exhaustion and want of proper food. The child had died 
and the mother had been comi)elled to bury it. This was the .sad fate of the first white child 
born on the Western Reserve — starved to death for want of nourishment. Mr. Kingsbury 
managed to procure a bushel of wheat and drew it 011 a hand sled, nearly thirty miles, to 
Erie. Pa,, and returned on the third day to Conneaut. In the sprmg of i/yH .Mr. Kingsbury 
with his family moved to Cleveland, where he planted and raised a field of corn the same 
year on a patch of land which the Indians had cleared and which embraced within its 
limits the ground on wdiich the City Hall and Catholic Cathedral now stand, .Xt Doane's 
Corner, in present limits of the City of Cleveland, the Rev. Chester T. Kingslniry was horn 
on January 25. t8ji. He was ihe grandson and is now the nearest living descendant of Judge 
Kingsbury. Mrs. Arthur Wright and little daughter Helen, of this city, are the on'y living 
descendants, being the only daughter and granddaughter of Rev. Kingsbury. 

From the annals of the VVestetn Reserve Pioneer Association it appears that Rev. Kings- 
bury is nine the oldest iwtk'c of Cleveland, which is in itself quite a distinction. 

Mr. Kingsbury is the last of his name having lost his only brother in 1867. In 1845 
Mr. Kingsbury began preaching and for forty years was effective. Eight years he sustained 
supernumerary relations to the Conference and for the past eight years has been superan 
mialed. In iXgj he supplied for Union Ave. M, E, Church, upon the breaking down of the 
regular pastor, and although at that time consider.nbly over seventy years of age he gave 
eminent satisfaction to the congregation until the clo-,e of the year. To Mrs. Arthur Wright, 
the only surviving child, is largely due the success of the •'eightieth birthday party." . . . 
The almost universal greeting was "a hoary head is a crown of glory if it he found 111 the 
way of righteousness." There being no .luulit concerning the "ways" of Bro. Kingsbury 
this was a most appropriate greeting and tlu guests (being almost without exception min- 
isters of the gospel) departed feeling that they had been in the presence of a saintly man 
who had been a power for good during the eighty long years of his life." 

I His first charge comprised a part of three coumies. Morgan, Muskingum and Washing- 
ton, where my father commenced his home missionary work in 1827. His life, like sever.1l 
other clerical Kingsbury pioneers, has been full of loving service for the Master, hard woris, 
meagre pecuniary compensation, much discouragement, shared by the godly women chosen 
also of God as help-meets to do the Lord's work in the Lord's way, for the Lord's honor 
and for the Lord's glory— tiie results are written in Cod's book of rememhrauce. J.VK I 

(.X-3-1 i-77--74-6K4-2o62-2oi2r)-20o7r.o) 200710). 

LUCY A., daughter of Charles and Ann (Miller) Kingsbury, born .\ugust .10, 1825 (1827^); 
married, .September 10. 1852. William W. Collins, of L'ncasville, Conn. 

ISSUE: 

Lney A. Collins, born October 2U. 1854; died .Xiiril 2, 1855. 

Eudora M. Collins, born necemher 7, 1856. 

Willioin r. Collins, hoi 11 December 8, 1858. 

Iliiltie Ih-ir. Collin.'^, born May g. l86.v 

.UU-lheit Collins, born January 2, 1866; died December 17, 1866. 

(x-,^-1 t-77-274-684-2062-20i2ri-2O076o) 2007105. 

LOUISA, daughter of Charles and .Ann (MilUr) Kingsbury, born August J.?, l8.?4; married, 
February 9, 1850, Levi L. Ja(|iiilh. 



i86 KINGSBURY GENEALOGY. 

ISSUE: 

Mary A. Jtiqiiitli. born April i.l. 1853. in Swiinscy, N. H. ; married. , Elijah 

Stebbiii'-. Jr.. oi \'eriinii. Vfrniont. 
Frederic L. Juqmth, born September 15. 1856. in Fitchburg. Mass. ; married Ellen 

Mvirpliy. iif Boston. Had one dau.sjliter. born 1878. 

Jaquiili, born : died . 

Prank H. Jaquith, born April 14, 1865. 
-Jaqiiit/i, born ; died 



Harry F. Jaquith, born April 28. 1872. 

( X-,?- 1 1 -77-_>74-684-2o62-20 1 26-200760 ) 2007)06. 

ELISHA AUSTIN, >on of Cbarks and Ann (.Miller) Kins-bury. b..rn August I. 18.15; "'ar 
ried July 22. 1857. Harriet Stevens. He served tbree years in the war. with the 6th N. 
H. Vol.' 

They had one daughter : 

20070560. JENNIE, born Uecenibcr 3. 1858. 

( .\-.v 1 1 -77-274-684-2062-201 26-200760) 2007 108. 

ABBIE S., daughter of Charle.s and Ann (Miller) Kingsbury, born .April 7, 1850; married, 
Deeember 30, 1871. Joseph Brophy. of Westport. Mass. 

ISSUE: 

H'illiaiii Minirc lirol^liy. born .\pril 4. 1874. 

FUiiKi .1/. Urol'liy. born October . 1875. 

Fslrllc K. Bml^liy, born November . 1877. 

(x-3-i 1-77-274-684-2066-20162-201120) 20J0700. 

ANDREW E., --on of Eleazar and Susan (Kinnce) King.sbury, born June 28, 1820, in 

lliimer. N. V.; married. October . 1847, Cynthia Edgerton. of Coventry, Conn.. 

born March 25. 1825; :esides. Homer. X. Y.. wlure the children were born. 

CHILDREN : 

20106500. HELEN F.. born July 18. 1849. 

20106501. KATE, born March 2^. 1851. 

20106502. EDW.ARD. born September 7, 1861. 

20106503. AVENA MAY. born Alay 3, 1869. 

(X-3-11-77-274-684-2066-20162-20T120) 201070J. 

ANTOINETTE, daughter of Eleazar and Susan (Kiimee) Kingsbury, burn August 2J. 

1824. in Homer. N. Y. : married. May . 1850. Denman Spencer, of Binghamton. 

N. Y.. where they reside. 

ISSUE: 

S'lisaii Sprncrr. born November . 1850. 

U-.Vii-77--V4-'')84-2o66-20i62-2oiiJi ) 20107U. 

AUGUSTUS W., -I'll of William :ind Ililpah (Winchell) Kingsbury, born November 30. 
1824. Ill HiiUier. N. Y. ; married. Januar.v 30. 1851. Mary Fish, of Mechlenlnirg, N. Y. 
He died abcmt 1866. in Miune-nta. 

CHILDREN: 

20106610. \\'ILLI.-\M H.. born November 12. 1852. 
?0io66ii. FRANCES JOSEPHINE, born August 27, 1S55. 



NINTH GENERATION. 187 

(x-3-1 1-77-274-684-2066-20162-201121) 2010712. 

HENRY CLAY, ^on of William and Hi!i)ah (Winchell) Kingslmry, born November 6. 
iS.^o. ill Homer. N. V.: married. Septgiiibtr 3. 1S55. Mercy .\nn LaDuc. of Weslfield, 
X. v.. 1)orn A])ril 13. 1S34. 

CHILDREN: 

20106620. CARLTON --\., born December 24. 1856. 

20106621. EDWARD P.. iiorii November 21. 1859. 

20106622. CLARA LaDUC. liorn .\pril 20. 1862. 
2010662,;. JL'LIA H.. born January 13. 1866. 
20106624. HENRY CLAY, born Marcb 2. 1872. 

(.x-3- 1 1 -77-274-684-2066-20 1 62-20 1 1 22) 201072 J. 

HARRIET, dangbter of Angnstns and Polly (Loomis) Kingsbury, born June ig. 1810: mar- 
neil December 27. 1847. Wells Woodbridge. of Mancbester. Conn. 

ISSUE: 

.l/i(;v U'nodhriiigc. born October 26, 1849. 

Joint JJ'oodhi-idgc. born .\ugust .;i, 1851 : married. Seiitember 4. 1S78. .\nna Keith, 

of Sheldon. Vt. ; resides. Hatfield. 
Harriet \]'oodbridgc. born May 29. 185,;: d.ied June 7, 185.;. 

(,x-3- II -77-274-684-2066-20162-201 124) 2010742. 

ANDREW DWIGHT, son of Charles and Pamelia (Porter) Kingsbury, born November 
18, 1S34. in Hiimer. N. Y. ; married. January . i860. Emily HavvUs. 

They had one son : 

20106920. CH-\RLES D.. born November 17. 1872. 

(.X-3-1 1-77-274-684-2066-20162-201 124 ) 20J0743. 

ALBERT G, son of Charles and Pamelia (Porter) Kingsbury. Ijorn Feliruary 14. 1841. in 
Homer. N. Y. : married, November 24, 1875. Fanny Cline, of Des Moines. Iowa. He 
is a lawyer; resided in Des Moines. 1896. 

They had one daughter ; 

20106930. LOLTSE P.. born (Jctober 9. 1876. 

(.x-3-ii-77-274-ftS4-2o66-20i(j2-20i 141 ) 2010910. 

JANE E., daughter of Eli>ha and Betsey (Chase) Kingsbury, born . 1821 : married, 

January , 1844. .\lbert F. Kil)bc; resided. Somers. Conn., wliere slie died .Vugust 

.;o. 1846. He died there September 18. 1846. 

ISSUE: 

l-.Ucn S. Kihhc. born . 1845. in Somers. Conn.: died Septemlier 14, 1865, in 

W:irehouse Point. 

(x-3-1 1-77-274-684-2066- 20164-201 142) 2010920. 

CHARLES ANDREW, son of .Amariah and Emily (Buckland) Kingsbury, born July 26. 
181C); married, first, January 31, 1841, Hannah Bills, of ,\llento\vn, N. Y. ; died January 

5, 1851. 



iSS kINGSBURY GENEALOGY. 

CHILDREN: 

20108700. D.A.NIEL P... Ijorii N(.ivenili.r ;,o, 1841 ; died October 2T, 1844. 

20108701. EMILY B.. Ixini August 5- i84.r. married. . Harvey Rowland, of Phila- 

delphia. 

20108702. M.^RY B., born January 20, 1845; died June 22, 1845. 

20io87o,v CH.\RLES A., born June 9. i!^-tO; married. . Juliett N. Allinson. of Xenia. 

Ohio; resides, Dayton. Ohio. 

20108704. MARY S., born August 8, 1847; married. .\pnl 14. i8(k), Edwin P. Gleasnn, of 

Philadelphia, 

20108705. HOWARD, born September 8. 1840; resided in Maine (?). 

Married, second, September 29, 185,^, Anna H, Strattnn. He was a Dental Surgeon of 
consideralile note in Philadelphia, where he was living with iiis second wife in 1879. 

( x-,vi i-77-274-(i84-2o6(:>-20i(i4-20ii4,U 2010930. 

CHARLES ANDREW, -"U nf I-phrann .nul Clarissa (Bingham) Kingsbury, born I'ebruary 
18, 1826. in Chaplin. Conn.: married. .May 16, 1847, Martha Ro.x.ana Kiugslniry 
(205700), born .August 20. 1828, in Coventry, Conn; died January 24. 1900, in Washing- 
ton, D. C. He was a nruuifactnrer. 

2010S800. 
20 1 0880 1. 
20108802. 

20108802' S. Recrd of children, see 205700. where they ;ire num- 

bered 2056500 to 2056510. 
2010880.V 
20108804. 
20108805. 

20108806. Future reference will be made by numbers liere given. 

2010S807. 
20 1 08808. 
20108809. 

(.x-,VT 1-77-274-684-2066-2016,4-201 14,',) 2010931. 

GEORGE CALHOUN, son of Ephraim and Clarissa (Bingham) Kingsbury, born February 
24. 1827. in Chaplin. Conn.; married, first. June i. 1848, Martha Maria Walbridge, of 
Stafford. Conn.; died October 7, 1849. at StatTord. 

They h.'id one daughter : 

20108810. (;E0RCIAN,\ .MARIA, born March 26, 1841); married. March 26, 1S7,?. Dwight 

E. Polhird. .if Ahnisfield, Conn, 

Married, second, November 1850. -\bby Jane L.ampbere. of Mansfield, Conn., where 

^be died September 21, 1855. 

CHILDREN: 

20108811. ESTELLA. born July , 1851: <lied August 18, 1851. 

20108812. MARY JAKE, born January . 1854: died July 2. 1854, 

Married, third, June 20, 1857. Jane Chalf^ee, of Stafford, born October II, 1835. 

(^-.Vii-77--'74-61~'-t-^o66-20i64-20ii4.l ) 2010932. 

ELEAZAR BINGHAM, son of Ephrtiim and Clarissa (.Bingham) Kingsbury, born July 4. 
1829. in Chaplin, Conn.; married, first. June 2. 1851, Mary Lamphere, of Mansfield, 
Conn., died August 29, 1854. No children. Married, second, September 8, 1856, Julia 
A. Carpenter, of Coventry, born .August 20, 1826. 



NINTH GENERATION. 189 

CHJLDKlCxX {M bom in Coventry) : 

2oio8iS_'o. CLARA, born May 6. 185.S. 

20108821. WILLIAM, born March jr.. iWu. 

20108822. AGNES, born July Ji, 18(14. 

20108823. DeVVITT. born September 19. 1866. 

(.x-3- 1 1-77-274-684 200(1-20164-20114.0 2010933, 

ELIZA LAVINIA, il.iiishter of Ep'nraini and Clarissa (Bingham) Kingsbury, born No- 
vember I, 1S34. in Ch.iiilin, Conn.: inarricd. April 6, 185J, Pbilo D, .A, i'reston, of 
Qiaplin. 

ISSUE (all born in Chaplin) ; 

Mary Roxalla Preston, born Se]itember 7, 1854; married, .May 2J, 1877. Cb.irles T. 

Randall, of Willinianlic. Conn.; died May 29, 1879. 
James Edic'i)i Preston, bt>rn July 26, 1859. 
Annie Preston, born January 9, 1864; died .\ngust 25, 1865;. 

(.x-.vi 1-77-274-6X4-20(16-20164-201 146) 20I096L 

EMILY, dau,chler of Nelson and Nancy (Thrall) Kingsbury, born June 24. 18.57; married. 
(Jctober 2O. 1859. Edward Kellogg, of Vernon, Conn.; resides. Philadelphia. 

ISSUE: 



(x-.?-ii-77-274-68S-2i02-20525-20475(j ) 2047000. 

SANFORD, son of Sanford A. and Sylvira K. (Robinson) Kingsbur\-. bom January 9, 1840: 
married, first. Martha Delano, of Galesburg, Illinois, died April iS. 1874; married, 
second. December , 1877, Selma Nicholson. 

CHILDEN (by lirst wife) : 

20469500. HATTIE B., born October i. 1865. 

20469501. JESSIE D,. bom July 16. i86<). 

20469502. WIRT M., born March 19, 1874. 

(x-.M t-77-274-688-2i02-20525-:'0475o ) 2047001. 

MARY L., dau.ghter of Sanl'onl ,\. and Sylvira K, (Robinson) Kingsbury, born November 
18. 1842; married. July 18, 1867, Prof. Geor.ge B. Dodge, of Slmrtbff College. Ujiper 
.Mt<.n. Illinois, 

ISSUE: 

Frank S. Dodge, born March 17, 1873, 

Mary E. Dodge, born .^pril 7, 1879; died October , 1879, 

(x-.M I -77-274-689-2 1 1 i-2o6ii-;o56i 1) 20556J0. 

OLIVER ADDISON, (Rev,), .son of Oliver Ricbm.md and Susan (Patterson) Kingsburv. 
born August 20. 1839, in New York City; graduate Yale College, i8(5o; Union Tlico- 
logical Seminary, 1864; married. May 11, 1865, Sarah Cecilia Stevenson, born .April 
12, 1840. in Gambler. Ohio: resides at New Hartford. N. Y. (3rdained. Joliet. Illinois, 
by the Presbytery of Chicago. December tt, (866, Stated Supply Congregational 
Church. Middle Haddam, Conn.. 1865-6; pastor First Presbyterian Chiireh, Joliet, 
Illinois, 1866-69: pastor Presbyterian Church, Wappinger Falls, N. V.. 1870-73: 
editorial work. New York City, 1873-89; i>ast<ir Presbyterian Church, New Hartford, 
N. Y,, since 1891. 



I90 KINGSBURY GENEALOGY. 

CHILDREN: 

20555600. GEORGE HERBERT, born May 7. 1S66. in New Haddam. Conn.; died August 

21. 1867. in Joliet, Illinoi.s. 

20555601. MABEL, born September j, 1870, in Wappinger Falls. N. Y. ; married, Novem- 

ber 15. 1899. David Fentress. ©«*■ cliild. James Fentress III, born December 

10. 1900. ^ ^ «-^VN "Jj-^^^^^,^ ^^J^y^^ Y^^V;j-«^v^ 

20555602. ARTHUR RICHMOND, born April 18, 1874. in Hawtliorne, New Jersey; mar- 

ried. May 7, 1901, Eliza Webb Modemann ; resides; Clifton, New Jersey. 
-'0555603. SUSIE ANTOINETTE, born January 32. 1878, in Corona, N. Y. 

(x-3- 1 1 -77-274-689-2 1 1 1-2061 1 -20561 1) 205561 J. 

HOWARD, (Rev.), son of Oliver Ricbnio.id and Susan (.Patterson) Kingsbury, born Feb- 
ruary 3. 1842. in New York City. Graduate Yale College, 1863; married, . 

Sopbia Howard Tbayer, liorn June 15, 1845; died Novemljer 2. 1893. 

Tbcy bad one son : 

20555610. HOWARD THAYER, 1)0rn .\pril i, 1870. Graduate Yale College. 1891, taking 
tbe DeForest prize; is a member of the New York bar. In 1898 translated 
Rostands "Cyrano de Bergerac." whicb was used by Ricbard Mansfield. 

"Rev. Howard Kingsbury, pastor of the First Congregational Church, of .-Amherst, Mass., 
died at his residence there September 28, 1878, aged ^6 years. He was the child of parents 
who so carefully trained and instructed him in the great truths of the Gospel that through 
grace he early became a Christian, and in May. 1854. in his 13th year, he united with the 
Fourteenth Street Presbyterian Church. New York City, then under the pastoral charge of 
the Rev. Asa D. Smith. D.D. After his graduation (Vale, 1863) he spent between two and 
three years in travel and study in Europe; entered Union Theological Seminary, where he 
graduated in May, i8(x}. In June of that year he was ordained, and supplied the Presby- 
terian churches of Carlisle, Pa., and Rome. N. Y.. about six months each, wdien he went to 
Newark, Ohio, and was installed pastor of the Second Presbyterian Church, June 22. 1871. 
.■\fter a successful pastorate of six years he w^as called to the First Congregational Church, 
of Amherst. Mass.. over which he was installed pastor December 6. 1877. His short ministry 
of less than ten months was one of marked success, not only by addition of forty-eight per- 
sons, mostly youth, to tlie church, on profession of their faith, and twenty by letter, but 
in uniting the various elements of the parish and in gaining the respect and esteem of the 
entire community. Rarely does a minister in so short a time win the love and confidence 
of his people. The children loved him because he was so winning, the aged because he was 
so deferential, and everyone, indeed, because he was so pure in life and character, .so genial 
and courteous in all his intercour.se. While the central thought of his theology and preaching 
was 'Christ and Him crucified.' his sermons did not consist of a continual ringing of changes 
on the words, but were characterized by originality, freshness of thought expressed in language 
of unusual felicity and l)cauty. at the same time spiritual and practical, and gained their hold 
U])on his auditors by the weighty truths they containeil. Though his powers had hardly 
reached their maturity he yet stood high both as preacher and pastor. Fie naturally possessed 
some fine traits of an attractive preacher — a graceful presence — a persuasive manner — always 
gentle, often pathetic — an e.xact and cultured taste — sound judgment — a lively fancy — an acute 
and discriminating intellect. To these endowments he joined a scholarly acquaintance with 
the English and German literature, and a high standard of pulpit preparation. His musical gifts 
and attainments were also of a high order (he thought at one time of devoting his life to the 
service of song), and these, with all his acquisitions, he laid on tbe altrr of service to Christ 
and to his fellow man. If the organist was absent he .steps back into his seat, conducted the 
preliminary exerci.ses, lioth of prayer and praise, and then descended to his pulpit and there 
discoursed to them of the love of Christ and the way to the life eternal." [A. K.] 




Norton Kingsbury Corey, 
Born 1895. 



NINTH GENERATION. 191 

(x-,v 1 1 -77-274-6S9-21 n-Jo6i3-2056,?2 ) 2055820. 

SARAH CLIMENA, daughter of Ebene/.cr and Cliinena (Hitchcuokj Kuigslniry, burn IJe- 
ctmber 9, 1847; married, December 10, 1874, Isaac H. Ball. 

ISSUE: 

Ada Ctiiiicna Bui!, born September 6, 1875, 
(A Daughter), Ball, born January 30. 18S0. 

(x-3- 1 1 -77-274-689-21 n-206i,<-205632) 2055822. 

WARD MONROE, >nn of Ebenezer and Cliniena (.HilchcocK" ) Kingsbury, born January 25 
1852, in Pittsheld. Ohio; married, July 6. 1874, .Myra Norton: resides, Pottersbtu-g. 
Kansas. 

They hail one son : 

20557720. FLOYD GEORGE, born July 24, 1875. 

( x-.i- 1 1 -77-274-689-21 1 1 -2061 3-205632) 2055823. 

RALPH WALTER, son of Ebenezer and Climena (Hitchcock) Kingsbury, born Feliruary 
13. 1854, in Pittsfield, Ohio: married, October 27, 1876, Emma Warren: resided. 
Yam Hill Co., Oregon, removing to Dayton, W.'ishington. 

They had I'ue daughter: 

205577.P. ]D.\ LUENNA, born February 10, 1878, 

(x-3-1 i-77-274-68g-2i 1 1-20619-205691) 2056410. 

NELLIE, daughter of Jcjsepb .\ddisori and Sarah Elizabeth (Shipnian) Kmgsbury. born 
November 22. 1866. in Marietta. Ohio: m.irried. July, 28, 189T, Franklin Ephraim 
Corey, salesman of the .American Axe & Tool Co.. son of Charles Barker and Dora 
A, (Dennert) Corey, born October 6. 1866, in Cleveland. Ohio: resided in Brooklyn. 
N. Y., removing to Cleveland in 1894. 

ISSUE: 

Alice May Curcy. born February i. 1893. in Brooklyn. N. Y. 
A'urldii Kingsbury Corey, born ^hlrcll 21. 1895. in Cleveland. Ohio. 
I'rancrs Edna Corey, born December 30. 1896, in Cleveland, Ohio. 
Irriir Corey, born March 8. 1899, in Cleveland, Ohio. 
Foster Shiftman Corey. Iiorn September 8. igoo, in Cleveland, Ohio. 

( x-3-t 1-77-274-689-21 1 1-20620-205703) 2056530. 

ARTHUR LILLIE, son of Addison and Charlotte Elizabeth ( Lillie ) Kmgsbury, born January 
2, 1861, in South Coventry, Conn.; married. Novemlier 12. 1884. Alice Bingham Palmer, 
of Willimantic. Conn., born January 2. 1858, in Hartford, Conn. : is a paper box manu- 
facturer in Northampton. Mass. 

They had one .son: 

20564800. HAROLD PALMER. l)orn September 6. 1886. 

(x-3-1 i-77-J74-()89-2i 1 1-20620-205703 ) 2056532. 

LOUIS ADDISON, son of .\ddison and Charlotte Elizabeth (Lillie) Kingsbury, born Feb- 
ruary II, 1869. in South Coventry. Ci)im, : married. September 9. 1892, Bessie Dell 
Bradbury, born October 12. 1866. in South (. o\entry, where he resides. Is Secretary 
and Treasurer of the Kingsbury Box and Prinluig Co. 



,g2 KINGSBURY GENEALOGY. 

CHILDREN: 

20564820. ELIZABETH. Ijuni September 27. 1896. 

20564821. ELINOR, born June 5, 1900. 

(X-5-11-77-274-696-2147-20070-.209200) 209I50J. 

MARY EUNICE, daughter of Frederick John and Alathea Ruth (Seovid) Knis>l)tiry, born 
Jime9. 185*.. in Waterbury, Conn.; married, June 10. 1S82, Dr. Charles Stedman Bull, 
of New York City; died October 15. 1898. 

ISSUE: 

Fit-ih-rick Kiiii;shniy Bull, burn .Xiu'il 28. 1884. 
Ludlow Scguinc Bull, born January 10. 1886. 
Dorothy Bull, born December 10. 1887. 

(x-3- 1 1 -77-274-696-2 1 47-20970-209200) 2091504. 

FREDERICK JOHN, Jr.. son of Frederick John and Alathea Ruth (Scovill) Kingsbury, 
born July 7. 1863. in Waterbury. Conn.; married. November 11, 188—, Adele, daughter 
of Edward M. Townsend, of New York; reside in New Haven, Conn. 

CHILDREN: 

20914540. RUTH, horn August 29, 1887. 

20914541. FREDERICK JOHN", born September 10, 1895, 

(x-,vi 1-77-275-698-2 162-21 1 22-2 1072()) 2106761. 

JENNIE A., daughter of George Henry and Mary (). (Crane) Kingsbury, born March 18,- 
1855; married, b'ebruary S, 1870. llalsey L. .\llcn. 

ISSUE: 

Gcurgc K. .Illrii. born July 9, 1877 
.ittcii. Imni : died, infant. 

( x-3- 11-77-275-698-2164-21 145-210050) 2109001. 

JAMES LAYMAN, son of James (ioodwin and Mary E. (Layman) Kingsbnr\. born January 
22. i8()o; marrieil, , Minnie Kaylor ; lesides, Indianapolis. Ind. 

CHILDREN; 

21089510. JOHN KAYLOR, born . 

21089511. LAYMAN DWIGHT, born . 

(x-3- II -77-275-698-2 i64-2ii45-2iO'j5o) 2)09002. 

EDWARD DWIGHT, son of lames Cooduin and Mary E. (Layman") Kingsbury, bi.rn May 
2, i8(}7; married. March 2't':. i8()3. Mary George Hunt; resides. In<li:inapolis. Ind. 

CHILDREN: 

21089520. MAR^■ \Ik(;i\'lA. b..ru December (>. 1895. 

21089521. GEORGE HUNT, born June 16, 1898. 

(x-3-1 1-77-275-698-2164-21 1 (5-210950 ) 2109003. 

FRANKLIN ENOCH, son of James Goodwin and Mary L. (Taylor") Kingsbury, born 
March 1, 1873. in Indianapolis; married. June 12, 1895. Pearl Viola Laflan ; resides. 

Indiana|iiilis. Ind. 

They have a son : 

21089530. FRANKLIN FLETCHER, born August 13, 1900. 



NINTH GENERATION. i93 

(x-,v 1 1 77-_75-7oi--'uSi-ji.5i,v -'12(133) 2125830. 

NATHANIEL W., son of ileiiry Martyn and iinnly (VVatro\is) Knigshury, born Angusl 7, 
1X40: married, September 18. 1875. Helen Asbland Kean. 

CHILDREN: 

21257800. WINDSOR, born . 

21257801. WATROUS. Ijorn . 

21257802. JENNIE ELIZABETH, born . 



(.x-,3-ii-77--V5-704-2i()5-2i45o-2i4C)o,i) 2139531. 

BURTON LERAY, son of Bnrlon and Rowena (.Scott) Knigsbnry. burn April 7. 18,^2: 
married, July 4, 1800. I.uey Vincc; reside, Burlington Kansas. 

CHILDREN: 

21394810. EDWARD LER.W. liorn October 7. 1802: married. October 7. 1885. Etta M. 

Barnett. 

21394811. LIZZIE G.. b<irn September 29, 18O5; married, September 29. 1887. Edward J. 

Lang. 

21394812. LUCY, born Mareli 20. 1868: married. .May 24. 1893. K- ■\. Hampshire. 

21394813. GEORGE, born .\iignst 7. 1870; umiKirried. 

21394814. EJiHL, born No\ember 1. 1879; niiniarried. 

(.\-3-1 iv8-28i-735-2233 21839-217891 ) 2178410. 

CHARLES RANSOM, son of Washington Erancis and Mary A. (Brown) Kingsbury, born 

August 15. 184O. in ; married, , 1870, Ida E. Johnson. He is engaged 

with the United States Sugar Retinery. resides in Waukegan, Illinois. 

CHILDREN: 

21783600. FRANK NEWTON, born June 2. 1878. 
21783001. CHARLES BROWN, born December 17, 1885. 

('x-3-i 1-78-281-735-2233-218 w-217891) 217841 J. 

WILLIAM THOMAS, son of Washingtnn Francis and Mary .\. (I!r..wn) Kingsbury, born 

October 31, 1848, in ; married, , 1877, Margaret llennesy; resided in 

Dunkirk, N. Y., where he died March 22. 1880. One son : 

21783610. CHARLES WILLIA.M, bnrn .\pril 22. 1879; resides in Livingst.m, Montana. 



J' .Jt Ji 
TENTH GENERATION. 

t^ «.?• r^ 



TENTH GENERATION. 

(x-3-1 i-7fi-_>7i-(i(ic)-i(i74-iii-'45-ii)ii)5''i- 10190O2J 19190121. 

CHARLES ELMER, s(>n r.f J,,lin lUirl.iu m'A Marllia Jane (SmillD Kiiiij^lHny, Ixirn April 
.^, 1X70, ill Kavoniia. Ohin, marrieil. April 10. iSi)?. Grace Xclsmi. of Shak-rvilU-. Oliiu. 

Tlii--_\ iiavL- OIK' soil : 

191000710. RALPH NELSON, Imni January J/. iSgo. 

(x-.i-i i-7fi-J7i-6(')y-iy74-iO-'45-ii|i>i5''i-iQiOo6j) J9190J22. 

ELENOR IRENE, daiighUT of Jolni Harlow and Martha Jam- (Smith) Kiiigshnry, horn 
April .1. 1.X70. in Ravenna, Ohio; marriL-d, first. Novcinlur 11, iS8g. Harry SlH-nn.in 
Cadwcll, of Walton. Illinois, died July ^^. iSg-^. from the kick of a horse; married, 
second. October Ji. iSijy. Warren Gray Bragg, of Cleveland, Ohio, Removed to 
llir,iin, Ohio, in IQOO. 

ISSUE: 

llitilhcrl Roy W/i/.i;,!,', horn Septemhir ;-,o. ii)oo, ill llir;ini, Ohio. 

(x-.vi i-7')-J7i-fi69-ig77-i9J7,viq2-',y-ig2i8i i ) I92J7610. 

G.FRANK, son of George W\ :iiid Cherry E. (.Woods; Kiiigslniry, h.irn ; married, 

. Minnie Transue; reside, .\lliaiice. Ohio. 

They had one daughter; 

19217.1600, FERNA, born , in Alliance, (.)hio. 

l.;^-3-ii-77--74-'i*^4--Of"--0' io-20oCj0,v_'0055,V) I 20054801. 

CHARLES H., son of Carlos M. and Jane (Davis) Kingsbury, born February 2. 1857. in 
Stitsville. N. v.; married. October . 1SS3, Mary Steers, of Wayne, Mich, 

Have one son : 

200547510, RALPH S„ born . t8<S8 (?) 

f\-,3-i 1-77-274 6X4-2061-201 10-200603-20055,10 ) 20054802. 

MILTON DeFOREST, son of Carlos M, and Jane (Davis) Kingsbury, born November 17, 
1859. in Slitsxille, X ^■. : married, July 12. iSS,;, in Syracuse, N. V., Margaret Russell 
Hawkins. 

CHILDREN (born in Syracnse) : 

200547520, MILTON D., born ; died infant, September 2^. 1885. 

200547521. STANLEY CARLOS, born June 22. tSSS. 

(x-,vi 1-77-274-084-2061-201 1 0-20060 .V20055.W I 20054806. 

ADELBERT R., son of Carlos M. and Mary .Ann (.Daxies) Kingsbury, horn May 2.?. 1867, 
in Rome. N, Y, ; married, December 2,^ 1890. Ella Todd, 

Have one son ; 

200547560, CARLOS OLIVER, horn , 

O97) 



igS KINGSBURY GENEALOGY. 

(X-.VI1-77-274-684-2066-20164-20114J-2010920) 20J08703. 

CHARLES A., son of Charlts Andrew and Hannah (Bills) Kingsbury, born June- 9. 1846; 

ni:irrifd. , Juliett N. Allinson, of Xenia, Ohio; reside. Dayton. Ohio. 

They had one son. 
201086530. CHARLES R.. born . 

(x-3-11-77-274-684-2066-20164-201 i42-20iof)20) 20J08704. 

MARY S., ilaiighter of Charles Andrew and Hannah (Bills) Kingsbury, liorn .\ngust 8, 
1847; married. April 14. 1869. Edwin I^. Glcason. of Philadelphia. Imrn Oetober z- . 1846. 
Children born in Philadelphia. 

ISSUE: 
Charlrs K. GIrasnn. horn March 28, 1S70. 
Ilarvcy R. Glcasiin. born July i, 1873. 

Gcorgiaiina S. Glcasoii. born February 28, 1876: died July i.i. 1876. in Philadelphia. 
U'illiaiii S. Gli'iisoii. born December 29. 1877. 

( .\-.V 1 1 -77-274-684-2066-20 1 64-20 1 1 4,v 20 1 o<:)30 ) 20 103800. 

ANDREW BACKUS, son of Charles Andrew and Martha Ko.xanna (Kingsliury) Kingsbury, 
born December 4. 1849. in South Coventry, Conn.; married. September 18. 1873, Harriet 
Mehitabel Sweetland. born June 30. 1851. in South Coventry, Conn. 

CHILDREN: 

201087500. GERTRUDE ESTELLA, born June 23, 1S74, in .South Coventry. 

201087501. IRVING TR.\CV. born April 15. 1878. in South Coventry. 

(x-3-i 1-77-274-684-2066-20164-201 143-2010930 ) 20108802. 

CHARLIE WIGHT, son of Cliarles Andrew :ind Martli:i Koxanna (Kingsbury) Knigsbury 
born July 26, 1853, in South Coventry. Conn ; married, December 12. 1S82. in Lebanon, 
Conn.. Katherine Brown, born December 12. 1859. in South Coventry. 

CHILDREN : 

201087520. H.VRLAN PAGE, born Feliruary 27. 1888, in Northampton, Mass, 

201087521. PEARL BROWN, born July 31, 1893, in Northampton, Mass, 

(x-3- 1 1-77-274-684- 2066-20164-201 143-2010930) 20108803. 

HENRY ADDISON, -on of Charles Andrew and Martha Roxanna (Kingsbury) Kings- 
bury, born April 19, 1858, in South Coventry, Conn, : married, September 14, 1881, in 
Norwich, Conn.. Mary Pauline Cook, born September 17, 7861, in South Coventry. 
Conn.: reside in Garrett, hidiaiKi. K a jeweler, nid watch Inspector B. & O. R. R. 

CHILDREN: 

201087530. HARRY VINCENT, born December 15. 1883. in Norwich. 

201087531. CL.^RENCE. born Maixh to. 1885: died August 20. 1S85, in Norwich. 

201087532. P.Kl'LINE. born December 10, 1886, in Norwich. 

201087533. CHARLES EDWARD, born May 1, 1888, in Norwich. 

201087534. R.AYMOND, born August 7. 1892, in Garrett, Ind, 

201087535. JOHN CLAYTON, born September 9, 1894. in Garrett, Iiul. 

201087536. NELLIE MAY BF.LLE. born , in Garrett, Ind. 

(x-3-1 1-77-274-684-2066-20164-201 143-2010930) 20108804. 

LILLIE MARIA, daugliter of Charles .Andrew and Martha Roxanna (Kingsbury) Kings- 
bury, born Alay 29. i860, in South Coventry. Conn.: married, September 18, 1884, 
William Henry Howes, born February 8, 1859, in .-\shfield, Alass. 



TENTH GENERATION. i99 

ISSUE: 

Ilarold Kiiii^shiiiy llii:,\-s. lium July 26. iSS". in Soulli Covc-ntry. Cniin. 
fiarlc Kiii,i^shiiry //(Ui'.'.v, horn March 1, iSijo. in Miirthanipton, Mass. 
lAniTcncc Kiiiasl'iiry Jlowrs. liorn M ly 0. i8y.). m Covc-ntry. Conn.; died Sciilcnibcr 2. 
lSi)4. in .\-.lificld. 

(x-,vi i-77-J74-6S4-jo6(i-joi64-_'Oi i4,V2nioi),?o I 20108805. 

MARY EMELINE, daughter of Cliarlos .Andrew a, id .Martlia IvuNanna (Kingslniry) Kings- 
l)ury, Ixn-n March 23. i8()_'. ni S.mtli Coventry. Conn.; married, in South Coventry, 
September 18. 1884, Caspar Khani. horn .Mxy <j. l8()j. ni Cohnnl)ia. Conn. No children. 
Reside in Dorclie^ter. Ma-s. He is lir-.t Snh. .\la--ter Sherwin I'ulilic School. I'oston. . 

(x-3-1 1-77-274-684-2066-20164-201 i43-20io();,o ) 20)08806. 

ALICE AMELIA, dauglUer of Charles Andrew and Atartha Ro.\anna (, Kingsbury) Kings- 
bury, born .March 15. iS()4, in South Coventry, Conn.; married, December 2, 1S86, 
James Htnry Jennings, born July 10. 1864. in South Coventry. She died July ig. 1892. 
in Coventry. Conn. 

ISSUE; 

Kiitli Kiiiiishnry J i-iiiiiir^s. born .Vpril ij. 1881); died February 1. l8i)i. in Washing- 
ton. 1.). C. 

( x-.v 1 1 -77-274-684-2066-20164-201 T4.V2OT00,"iO ) 20108807. 

RUTH ELIZA, daughter of Charles .\ndrew and .Martha Roxanna (.Kii'Ssbury ) Kings- 
bury, born January 15, 1866. in South Coventiy. Conn.: m:irried. May 28, 1891, George 
Francis Haling, l)orn October 6. 1863, in Koek\ille, Conn. Children ;dl liorn in P.altic, 
Conn. He is telegrapher and St:itiiin .\gent. 

ISSUE: 

.llicr Kiir^sl'iiry lluliiii^. born January .v. 1805; dieil .\ugust n). 1S1J5. 
f.nili- Kriiiiclli Iltiliii:^. born .August 20. i8g6. 
llo^K'drd .liiilii'w lldliiiii. born Septcmlier 27. iSg8. 

(x-3-ii-77-274-6R4-2o66-2ni64-20i u.v 2010030 1 20108808. 

MATTIE ELLA, daughter of Charles .Andrew ;nid M:inha R..x;inna (Kingsbury) Kings 
bury, born M;irch 21, 1869. in South Coventry. Conn.; uKoried. May ig, l8g2, in South 
Coventry, Edward Clary Bingham, born .\llgu^t g. |8(>(), ui W'illimantic, Conn. He 
is printer and designer with .F'.olian Organ Co.. .Meridcn. Conn. 

ISSUE: 

Miiriini Biii'^hiuu . born .\pril 12. l8g4, in Aferiden. Conn. 

(x-.v 1 1 -77-274 -684-2066-20164-20114.^2010930) 20108809. 

JOSEPH, son of Charles .Andrew and Martha Roxanna (.Kingsbury) Kingslniry, born 
.Vovriiiber II. 1870. in South Coventry, Conn.: married. June ,p, i8g2, Ethel X'irginia 
ll.dl, born Novemlicr 11. 1870. in W'illington. Conn. (Occupation, carpenter. 

CHILDREN: 

20io875go. ELSIE M.\Y, born .April 2.?, 1893. in South Coventry. Conn. 

201087591. ORIGEN JOSEPH, born January 19, 1901, in South Willingtoii, C'omi. 



200 KINGSBURY fiENEALOGY. 

(x-,vii-77-J74-fiS4-2o66-_'oi64-2or 143-2010931) 20108810. 

GEORGIANA MARIA, daughter "f Cieorgc Calhoun and Martha Maria (Walbridgc) Kings- 
bury. l»irn March 26, 1841J: marric-d, March 26, 1S-3. Dwight K. P.illard. nf Maust'u-hl. 
Conn . 

ISSUE: 

Frank P.. P'llhird, liorn January 3. 1874; died April . 1874. 

(ji'iir.yr //. PolUiid. Iiorn Novenilier 3, 1875. 

(x-3- 1 1 -77-275-704-2 195-2 1 450-2 1 4003-2130531 ) 21394810. 

EDWARD LERAY, mmi of Burton Leray. and Lucy (\'ince) Kingslmry. liorn October 7. 
1862, in Burlington, Kansa? ; married. October 7, 1885. Etta M. Barnett, daughter of 
Ira Barnett. liorn November 4. 1864. in Earlliani, Iowa. Removed from Burlington. 
Kansas, to Arkansas City. Kansas. Se]neniber. 1881. Is Auditor and Treasurer of 
Kansas Southwestern R. R. Co, 

CHILDREN: 

21.5947600. Ll'CY BF.RNICE. li.irn March 20, 1888, in ,\rkansas City. Kansas. 
2i,?947()Oi. E\'ERETT LER,\^', iM.rn Oct.ilier 4, 1889, in .\rkaMs,-is City. Kansas, 

fx-3-ii-77-275-7O4-2i95--'i45o--i40O3-2i3953i) 21394811. 

LIZZIE G., daughter of Burton Ler.ay and Lucy (X'ince) Kingsbury, born September 29. 
1805, in P.urlington. Kansas: married, Septenilier 29, 1887, Edward J. Lang; reside, 
Burlington, Kansas. 

ISSUE: 

F.dii'iud Kiiigshuiy Laiii^. born July 29. i888. 
Piiiil Smith Laiiii, born August 2^^. 1895. 

(,x-3-i 1-77-275-704-2195-21450-214003-2139531 ) 21394812. 

LUCY, daughter of Burton Leray and Lucy (Vince) Kingsbury, liorn March 20, 1868, in 
Burlingtcjn, Kansas; married. May 24, 1S93, R. A. Hampshire. 

ISSUE: 

Rowcmi Kingsbury Hainl^sliirr. born April 12. 1900. 



9^r^ i^r^ tiy^ 

UNCONNECTED. 

4 < •£ 

t^ t^ tj~ 



UNCONNECTED. 



In my record of unconncilcd. I give first place to the descendants, as far as known, of 
John of Ireland, 1658. since "even an old settler may not have precedence of an aboriginal" 
who traces his forbears to Noah. I preface the record, to interest the cnrions (as I was) 
of onr name and allied families with copy from ".'\nnala Rioghacta Erionn," The Annals of 
the Kingdom of Ireland, now known as Annals of the Four Masters.* as found in "0"Hart's 
Irish Pedigrees." giving 

ri,c Stew of tlic Irish Nation 

from Noah and his wife Titea down to 1186 A. I). This, of course, excludes only the Mac- 
Nabs, who refused to ride with Noah "because they had a boat of their own" ! We ask from 
them only what we ask of our own ancestors less remote, when in search of genealogic data— 
to tell their story while we listen and make note, and pass our annals to posterity for their 
credence. We are all more or less like Japhcth— in search of a father. "Increased knowledge 
is daily producing increased respect for the veracity of those who transmitted the accounts 
of our ancestral life, which at one time, were supposed to be purely mythical." When you 
have digested the list you may be prepared to spell our name. — Mac Conroi's O'Bairc! 

Here follows the names of one hundred and eighty-three Kings or Monarchs of Ireland, 
from the conquest thereof by the Milesian or Scottish Nation. .■Xnno Mundi, 3500, down to 
the Monarch Roderick 0"Conor, Anno Domini. 1186. a period of two thousand eight hundred 
and eighty-five years. 

According to the Four Masters, Ireland is so called from Ir, the second son of Milcsius 
of Spain, who left any issue. 

Nine generations precede Noah — Adam, Scth, Enos. Cain, Mahalaleel, Jared, Enocli 
Methuselah, Lantech. 



10. 


Noah. 


II. 


Japhet. 


12. 


Magog. 


13- 


Baath. 


14- 


Phenius Farsa, 


IS. 


Niulus. 


16. 


Gaodhal, 


I/- 


Asruth. 


18. 


Smth. 


ig. 


Heber Scott. 


20. 


Boemain. 


21. 


Ogamain. 


22. 


Tait. 


23- 


Agnon. 



24- 


Lamhfionn. 


25- 


Heber Ghnifionn. 


26. 


Agnon Fioiui. 


27- 


Febric Glas. 


28. 


Nenuallus. 


29. 


Nuadhad. 


,?o. 


Allodius. 


31- 


Arcadh. 


i2. 


Dcagha. 


33- 


Brathaus. 


.34- 


Breoghan. 


,?5- 


Bile. 


?,(>■ 


Milcsius — 




Original name Galamh 



*Annals of the Four Masters, so called because Michael O'Clcry, Peregrine O'Clery, 
Conary O'Clery, Peregrine O'Duigenan (a learned antiquary of Kilronan. in tlie County Ros- 
comon), were the four principal compilers of the ancient Annals of Ireland, assisted by two 
other eminent antiquaries and chroniclers, Ferfassa O'Mulconry and Maurice O'Mulconry, 
both of the County Roscomon. 

(203) 



204 KINCSBURY GENEALOGY. 

ROLL OF THE 

MILESIAN MONARCHS 

OF IRELAND. 

1. H. Hcljcr anil Ik'rcmrjn jointly liugan to reign .\m. .1500. or 1699 B.C. 

2. E. Hcrenion 1698 

3. E. JMnnint'Us . . . . "j 

4. E. Ltigncus y Throe- l)rotllcr'^ , 1683 

5. E. Lagnens J 

6. H. Er 1 

7- H. Orba 1 j,,,^,^ ,„.„„,^.,„ ,680 " 

8. H. Feron ! 

g. H. Fergna J 



i-l- 

IS. 



10. Eurialus Faiilh 1680 

I I l''.. Etlirialns 1670 

ij. 11. Coninaliiis i'''50 

i.V E. Tigcrn Masins ■ 16-0 

L. .\cliains Eclghotliach 1536' 

I. Kermnans ■ . ■ • \ u ,, ,-■,-, 

, I c 1 1 1 ■ ) Brother'; io3^ 

I'l. I. Sobharchms ... I 

17. H. Achains (2) Faobhar (ilas 1402 

18. E. Fiarchu.s Lawrainnc I47- 

19. H. Achaius (3) Mtmiha I-I48 

JO. E. j^ineas Ollmiica 14^7 

21. H. Ennitis Airgthach 1409 

22. E. Rothactii.'i 1382 

2T,. I. Sedneup 1357 

24. I. Fiachii.s (2) Fionn Scothach • 1352 

25. H. .Muncmo'iius i33- 

26. H. Faklcrgodiits , 1327 

27. I. Ollar Fodla. Am. 38S2 1317 

jX. I. Finacta Fionn-Sncachla 1277 

29. I. Shanollns 1257 

.^o. I. Geidius Ollghotach 1240 

31. I. Fiachns (3") 1228 

^',2. I. Berngalin.s 1208 

},},. I. Oliollus 1196 

34. E. Siornatis (longa;vus) Saobach. lived 250 years, reigned 150 1 180 

35. H. Rothaelns (2) 1030 

,0. H. Elimiiis 1023 

X7. E. Gialchadiiis 1022 

.^8. II. Art Inile.ieh 1013 

39. E. Niiodiis Fioniifail looi 

40. H. Brea.ssus Regius ij6i 

41. L. .'\chaius (4) .'\ppach 952 

42. I. Finniiis 951 

43. n. Sedneus (2) Innaraigh 929 

44. E. Sinicon Breac Qog 

45. H. Duachus Fionn Q03 

46. E. Mnredachns Bolgrach S93 

47. H. Ennitis (2) Dearg S92 

48. H. Lu,gaditis Lirdlioitn 880 

49. I. Longiniaiins ^yi 

50. H. .Achains (5) L'archeas 855 







UNCONNECTED. 205 

51. E. Achaius (fi) ]ir..lli.r of 5.3 843 B.C. 

52. H. Lugadiu.b Laiiihtlcarg 838 " 

53. E. Conaiigus Bcag-Eaglach 831 

54. H. Art (2) 81 1 ■' 

55. E. Fiacluis Tolgracli 805 '' 

56. H. OlioUus (2) FioiiM 795 " 

S7- H. .Achaius (7) 784 " 

58. I. Argetmarus 777 " 

5Q. E. Duachus Ladlirach 747 " 

Go. H. Lugadius Laglia 737 

61. I. .\idiis Ruffus . . ) - . 

62. I. I)itlu>rl)us .... 730 '" 

63. I. Kiniliathus . . . . ) 

These three giaiidchildren of 58 reigned liy turns nf seven years. 
61 was drowned before his fointli turn. leavin.g one (l.iughler. who 
succeeded to the monarchy. 

64. I. Macha Maiigrua (a Queen ) f'67 

H, Reactus Righ-dcarg 653 

66. E. Hugonius Magnus (L'gain .\lor) (^'33 

67. E. Banchadius survived his elexalion to llie monarchy only one day. 

68. E. Laegrius Lore 593 

69. E. Cobthacus Coal-bhreagh 591 

70. E. Lauradins Navalis 54' 

71. E. JNIelga (laudibihs) '■Molfach" 5^2 

72. H. Moghcorbns 505 

73. E. .Eneas (2) OHanih 49^ " 

74. larngleo Fathach 4^0 

75. H. Fcrcorbus 47o 

76. E, ConUuis Caomh . . . . 4o2 

77. E. Ohollus (3) Cass-tiacUigli 442 '' 

78. H. .Adamarus Folchthaion 4i7 

79. E. Achaius (8) .Mthfahan -i'- 

80. E. Fergnsius F(>rtamhail 395 

81. E. /Eneas (3) Turnieach-Teamreacl-. .3**4 

82. E. Conallus Collanirach 324 

83. H. Neadhsedhaniain 3i9 

84. E. Ennius {3) .Aigneach 3I2 '| 

85. E. Orinthann Cosgrach 292 

86. I. Rodricus AFagnus ( Rory Ab>r) 288 '' 

87. H. Innatmarus 3i8 '' 

88. I. Bresalius Bo-dhioblia 209 " 

89. H. Lugadius (4) Luaiglnic '9*^ 

I. Congahus (2) Clareineach '83 

H. Duachus (2) Dalta-Deadha 'f'*^ 

I. Fachnaus Fathach LSH '■ 

93. E. .Achaius (9) Fcidlioch '42 

94. E. Achius (10) .Aireamh '30 

95. E. Edersceolus ^'^ 

96. E. Nuodus (2) Neaeht "O 

E. Conarius Magnus (Conaire Mor) '09 

.\fter his ileaili an interrLgninn of five years. 

98. E. Lugadius .Srial)lm-dearg 34 

99. E. Conquovanus (Conor) ' 

E. Crimtliann (2) Niadh-Nar 7 

In the seventh year of tliis, Crimthanu's reign, our Lord Jesus 
Clirist was born. 



90. 
91. 
92 



97 



100, 



2o6 KINGSBURY GENEALOGY. 

Carbry Ciim-Caitt 9 A.D. 



lOI. — 

102 E. Feredachus Fionn-Teachtnaclit M 

103. E. Fiotachus Fionn 36 

104. E. Fiachus (5) Fionn-Ola 39 

105. I. Elimitis (2) Mac Conrach 56 

106. E. Tuathalius Teachtmar 76 

107. I. Malius Mac Rochrarde - 106 

108. E. Felim Rachlmar no " 

109. E. Cathirius Magnus (Cahir-Mor) 119 

no. E. Quintius Centibellis (Con Ceadcatha) or Conn of the Hundred Battles .. 122 

ni. E. Conarius (3) Mac Mogha Laime I57 

112. E. Airt Ean-Fhear (or Arturus-Ean-Fhear) ^. 165 

n,?. L. Lugadius Mac Con (Luy Mac Con) rg5 

Ancestor of O'Bairc. Irisli for Berry and Bury. House of Itli. 

114. E. Fergus Dubh-Dheadacli 225 

ns. E. Cormac-Mac-Airt (Corniac Ulfhada) 226 " 

n6. E. Achaius (11) Gunna 266 " 

1 17. E. Cairbry LifTechar 267 " 

n8. L. Fothadius Airgtheach . . . . f d », ^o, ■• 

,,„ T T7 .1 r- ■ 1 i Brothers 204 

119. L. Fotha Cairpeach I, ^ 

120. E. Fiachus (7) Srabhteine 285 " 

121. E. Colla Uais : aquo Mac Evoy 322 " 

122. E. Muredachus Tireach 326 " 

123. I. Caolbadius 356 " 

124. E. Achaius (12) Muigh-Meadhoin 357 " 

125. H. Crinithann (3) 365 " 

126. E. Nialkis Magnus 378 " 

127. E. Dathy I05 " 

All tlic foregoing moiiarelis were Pagans. 

128. E. Lagrius Mac Niall (son of 126) 428 " 

Died a Pagan, although reigning at the time of tlie advent 
of St. Patrick. 

129. E. Oliollus Molt, son of Dathy 45S " 

i.^o. E. Lugadius (sen of 128) 478 " 

131. E. Murchertus Mor Mac Earca, brother of Fergus Mor Mac Earca, the 

founder of the monarchy of Scotland 503 " 

132. E, Tuathal (2) Maolgharbt 527 " 

133. E. Dermitius. son of Fergus Cear-Bheoil 538 " 

134. E. Donaldus 1 r> ^i 1 1 ,■ , r , ^.i • . o .. 

135. E. Fergusius / brothers, both died of the Plague in one day 558 

136. E. Achaius (13) .. . \,, , , , ^ , 
137- E. Bcetanus I Nephew and uncle 561 

138. E. Anmireus 563 •■ 

139. Boetanus (2) 566 '• 

140. E. Aldus (2) 567 •■ 

141. E. Aidus (3), ancestor of Dillons 594 " 

142. E. Colman Rimidh (jointly with 141) 

143. E, Aidus (4) L'ar-Iodhnach 600 " 

144. E. Malcorus 507 " 

145. E. Sumneus Meann f,[0 " 

146. E. Donaldus (2) 523 " 

147. E. Ceallachus 635 " 

148. E. Congallus (,C2 " 

149. E. Dermitius (a) . . 1 „ ■ , • ■ , 

150. E. Blathmacus .... )' R^'S""' JO'"tly 656 " 



15-2 
153 
15+ 
155 
156. 
157 
158 
159 
160 
161 
1(12 
163 
1 64 

165. 
166, 
167 
168, 
169 
170, 

171 
172, 

17.V 
174 

175 
176. 
177 



UNCONNECTED. 207 

E. Seachnasaclnis (*4 A-t)- 

E. Kenfalius 6^9 

E. Finaclita Fkadliach (7i 

E. Longseclnis 'J93 

E. Congalhis (4) "oi 

E. Fergallus 7oS 

E. Fogartus /'" 

E. Kenethus 7 '9 

E. Flathertiiis 7-2 

E. Aidus (5) Ollann 729 

E. Donaldus (,?) 7.?8 

E. Nialkis (2) Frassach 75^ 

E. Donchadiis 7f'5 

E. Aidus (6) Oniigh 792 

In this monarch's reign llic Danes invaded Ireland. 

E. Ccinquovarns (2) *^'7 

E. Niallns (.^j) Caille ^3^ 

E. Malachias (1) ^44 

E. Aidns Fionnhalh •^^ 

E. Flann Lininia (ancestor of Fn.v) "7" 

E. Niallns (4) Glundiibh (ance.slor of 0'A\-i7/J • 914 

E. Donchadus (2) 9I7 

E. Congalius 942 

E. Donaldns (4) •• 954 

E. Malachy the II. (ancestor of C.iM/c/(7i'///i» ) 97^ 

Last absolute monarch of Ireland. 

H. Brian Boromhc [Born] (ancestor of (•^7>'nV» ) luoi 

H. Doncha ( Donough ) or Donchadus i"22 

E. Dcrmot (,?) or Dermitius 

Son of Donough. King of Leinster. who hronght in King Henry II. 
to assist him after death of Malacliy II. 



178. H. Turloch O'Brien io74 

170. E. Donald ( 5 ) Mac Loghlin 1086 

180. H. Murchertus O'Brien. King and Minister jointly with 179. till he began 

to reigu alone ' ' '9 

Reigned two years ' '21 

No monarch for fifteen years. 

181. E. Tirloch Mor O'Conor 1 '.?f' 

1S2. E. Murchertus (2) Mac Loghlin • • ■ "56 

183. E. Roderick (2) or' Rodricus O'Conor 1166 

England first invaded Ireland. ii6q. Strongbow landed. 1170. King 
Henry II.. 1172. .\fter peace with Henry. Roderick continued in govern- 
ment, at least the name of it. till I186 

In the "Rebellion of 1641" many were outlawed and tlieir property confiscated. 



I. 

JOHN, son of and ( ) Kingsbury; born ; married. - 

moved from England to I'.iri^h F.rrig.d. .\bin.igh,in Co.. Irel.ind. in 1(158. 

CHILDREN: 

2. JOHN. 1)iirn : married. . Kilpatric'K. 

3. THOM.XS. born : married. . Varncttc. 

4. J.\.MES. born ; married. . Belle Hines. 



2o8 KINGSBURY GENEALOGY. 

(I) 2. 

JOHN, son of John and ( ) Kingsbury, born ; married, , Kilpalrick. 

CHILDREN: 

JAMES, born . 

NANCY, born . 

BELLE, born . 



JENNIE, born 

MARGARET, born 



(1)3. 



THOMAS, son of John and ( ) Kingsljury, born 

Varnctte. 



CHILDREN: 



10 ( ?) . born 

11 (?) . born 

12 (?) , born 

13 (?) . born 

14 (?) : . born ■ 



(I) 4. 



JAMES, son of Jolm and ( ) Kin.E;sbnry, Iiorn : married. , Belle 

Hines. daughter of William Hines. of . Had large estate in Ireland escheated to 

the Crown. 

CHILDREN: 
JAMES, born ; unmarried: died . 



16. 

17 
18 

19 
20. 



JOHN, born : married, , Lizzie Hal 

THOM.-XS, Ijurn : unmarried: died 

BELLE, born . 

JENNIE, born . 

MARGARET, born . 

fi-4) 16. 



JOHN, son of James and Belle (Hines) Kingsbury, horn : married. , Lizzie 

Hall. 

CHILDREN: 

21. JOHN, born : married, , Alice -\rmstrong. 

22. THOMAS, born : married. . Mary Nelson. 

23. ROBERT, born . 1790: married, about 1812. Martha Doogan. 

(1-4-16) 21. 

JOHN, son of John and Lizzie (Hall) Kingsbury, born : married. . .Mice .Arni- 

strong. 

CHILDREN: 

24. JOHN, born : unmarried: died . 

25. BELLE, born : married. . William Doogan. 

26. SALLIE. born . 

27. J.^NE. born . 

28. MARTHA, born . 

29. MARY, born . 



UNCONNECTED. 209 

(i-A-i<>) 22. 

THOMAS, son of John and Lizzie (.Hall J Kingsbury, born ; married, , Mary 

Xclson. 

CHILDRF.N; 

.^o. THO.M.^S, born . 

.31. LYDIA. born ; m.-uricd. first. , Thonuus Mooro; married, second, , 

Philips. 

3-'. JOHN, born . 

,U. ROBERT, born . 

j^. BELLE, born : married. , Joseph Morrison: was the first of the fanuly 

to come to the L'nited States. 

(i-4-ir.) 23. 

ROBERT, son of John and Lizzie (Hall) Kingsbury, born , 1790, in Dnndine, Ireland; 

married. , i8ij, Martha Doogan, born , 1791; died May 18. 1864. age<l 7,?. 

He died in Dundine. Ireland. April 17. 1855. aged C5. 

CHILDREN: 

.35. BELLE, born : married. . James Beatty, resided in Xenia. Ohio. 

,36. WILLIAM, born , 1815: married. August 26, 1846. !Mary B. Stout: resided in 

Glenns Valley. Ind. 

.37. THOMAS, born . 1817: unmarried: died, aged 23. 

38. MARTH.\. born . 1819: married, . Thomas Taggart : resided in Xenia. 

Ohio. 
.39. S.XLLIE. born . i8_'i ; marri.;d. , .\ndre\v Branyan ; reside<l in Indian.aiiolis. 

Indiana. 

40. ROBERT, horn . 182.3; married. . .Sallie Mills: resiiled in Centerville. Iowa. 

41. M.\RV. born . 1823; married, , David Hutchinson: resides in Xenia, Oln'o. 

42. JOHN, born , 1827: married. , Nancy Clark: resided in Homer. Illinois. 

4,3. LETITI.V. burn . 1829: married. . Frank McCreary; resided in Dayton. 

Ohio. 

44. GEORC.E. born . 18.3,3: married. . Sarah Stevenson, resides in .\enia, Ohio. 

45. J.\MES, born , 18.3 — ; died in Ireland, Feliruary 2. 18.S.;. aged 22. 

46. MARGARETTE. born . 1835; married. . David Hurst. 



ried. 



(1-4-16-22) 34. 

BELLE, daughter of Tliomas md M:iry (Nelson) Kingsbury, born ; 

Joseph Morrison. 

They had one son : 

. born : resided. Osw ego, N. "S". 

(1-4- 1 6- 2.3) 35. 

BELLE, daughter of Robert and Martha (.Doogan) Kingslnny. born , in l^nndme. 

Ireland; married. , James Beatty, of Kisigs Mills. Ohio. 

ISSUE: 



Robert Beatty. ijorn ; died . 

James Beatty, born : m.irried. . Cynthia Reiil. They had two children. 

Charles and Grace. 

Kate Beatty. born : died 

George Beatty. born ; married., first. , had one daughter: niairied. 

second. . McNearney. had two daughters. Resides in Dayton. Ohio. 



210 KINGSBURY GENEALOGY. 

(i-4-ifi-2jj 36. 

WILLIAM, son of Robert and Martha (,Doogan) Kingsljuiy, born . abont 1S15. in 

liniulinc, Ireland; married, , Mary B. Stont. born . 18J4. in Ml. Holly, 

New Jersey. His wife is now Jilrs. Mary Stansell, Indianapolis. 

CHILDREN: 

47. M.\RY B., born October 22. 1S4S; married, . George Orner. He died . 

48. ROBERT N.. born August 7. 1S50: married Elizabeth Reiner. 

49. THOM.\S M,, l.iorn March 11. iX_=;j; married Elizabeth .\rmstrong. 
,sO. JL'LL\ J., born (Jetober 4, 1854; married P. E. Myrick. 

51. URETTA PRISC1LL.\. born September 20. 1858: married Melville Everett Heiner. 
5.2. WILLIAM, born April i.'. i8(>i. 

( i-4-ifi-J3) 38. 

MARTHA, daughter of Robert and .Martha (Uoogan ) Kin.Lj^bury. Imrn , 1819. in 

Dundine, Ireland: married, , Thomas Taggart. born , 1817; died Feliruary 

10, 1895. in Xenia, Ohio. Clnldren were all born in Monaghan County, and baptized 
at Liss .■\varagcy, Ireland. 

ibbCE: 

Jane Tiiggart, born February 25. 1847; married Septcmlier ig. 1867, Robert Davidson, 
born June 25, 1826: died February 2;^. 1899, Eight children: (i) Lizzie, born 
August ,s. 1868: uKirried, Charles L. Mitchell: have three children, Helen J.. 
Florence E.. Jane T. (2) Thomas H., born November to, 1869, ( ,^ ) Jennie, born 

April 10. 1871. (4) Martlia, born : died, aged 5. (5) Robert b"., born 

. (()) Mary, born . 1873; married John Crawford; have one child, 

Dorothea: (7) A daughter, born ; died, infant. (8) Samuel G., I>orn 

November. 1875, Resides in London, Ohio; is landlady of the Davidson Hotel. 

Mary Taggart, born , 1849: married Howard Hansel. Has son. Robert. lives in 

New \ ork. Resides in Indianapolis. 

Robert Taggart. born . 1851 ; married. . .Mary Greenlease. I'ive rhildren: 

Ralph. Thomas. Mary. Robert and Edgar. Widow and children reside in Decatur. 
Illinois. 

Lctitia Taggart. l>orn . 185,?; married. . Isaac Scoles, of Springfield, Ohio, 

One child, born May. 1881. 

Sallic Taggart. born . 1855: married, , Samuel Wolf: resides, Dayton, 

Ohio. One son, Lawrence, 

Thuinas M. Taggart. born . 1857: married, . Eva Bryant. He i-. mayor 

of Indianapolis. Has si.x children: Flos-ie. liorn . died : Lucy, Nora, 

Irene, Thomas and Emma. 

Mattic Taggart. bom .\].ril i(), i8()2: married, , Cheney Cretors ; resides in Xenia, 

Ohio. Has two cluldixn: (1) Efhe May, born .May 1, 1881: (2) Frederick T.. 
born July 14, 1886. 

(1-4-16-2.5) 39. 

SALLIE, daughter of Robert and M.'irtha (Doogan) Kingsbury, born , 1821. in Dun- 
dine, Ireland : married, , Andrew Branyan. 

ISSUE: 
JTilliaiii Branyan. born , 1849: died 



James A. Branyan. born May it). i,S52; married. January 18. 1875. Eliza Realey. 

Robert Branyan. born . 1854; married. Celia Corrigan ; resides in Chicago. 

Four children, three sons and one daughter. 



UNCONNECTED. 211 

Miiiilui Bnuiynii, liorn , 1S5O; iiianifil, . Jnhn Mnuro; resides, liulian- 

apolis. Four childr.jii, luo .sons and two danglitcrs. 

Belli- Brauyan, born . 1858; marrii-d. , Frederic Fink: resides. Indian- 
apolis. Seven children, one son and six daughters. 

Matilda Branyaii, born . i86o; nuirried. , Webster NicUuni; resides, In- 
dianapolis. Two children, one son and one daughter. 

(1-4-16-23) 41. 

MARY,' daughter of Robert and Martlia (.Doogan) Kingsbury. Imrn . 1825. ni Dun- 
dine. Ireland; married. . 1852. David Hutchinson, born November ic). i8,?l ; 

reside in Xenia, Ohio. 

ISSUE: 

John llutchinsvn. Imrn .\ugust lO. 1S3,?: married. . Lucy Lucas; reside in Xcnia. 

Ohio. 
Edward Franklin lluUhinson. horn January 26. 1855; died Octolier ,10, 1870. 
David Hutchinson. 1)oru December 19. 1856: died .\pril 16. 1879. 

(1-4-16-23) 42. 

JOHN, son of Robert and Martha (Doogan) Kingsbury, liorn . 1827. in Dundme. 

Ireland: married. . Nancy Clark, resided in Homer. Illinois. Me died . 

Wife and four children reside in Indianapolis. 

CHILDREN': 

53. LETITI.X. born . 1859: married. . Jesse B. Hardin. 

54. M.\RTHA, born . i86r : married. . John H. McCrary. 

55. MARV. born . 1S63; married. . Charles Kroni. 

56. ROBERT J., born . 1865: unmarried: resides, Indian:ipoli^. 

57. JOHN H., born . i8(]8: unmarried; kiwyer. Indianapolis: candidate fir State 

Senate. 

58. THOM.-XS C. born . 1872; unmarried; resides, Indianapolis. 

59. S.AR.V EMILV. born . 1S76; student Chicago University. 

60. EDNA A., born . 1880 : resides. Indianapolis. 

(I -4- 1 6- 23) 43. 

LETITIA, daughter of Robert and Martha (Doogan) Kingsbury, born , 1829, in 

Dun<iine, Ireland: married. , Frank McCreary: resides in Dayton. Ohio. 

ISSUE: 

Mary McCreary, born : married, . Charles Callahan: resides in Dayton, 

Ohio. 

Jennie McCreary. liorn : married. . Hugh Time; resides in Dayton. Ohio. 

Ada McCreary, born : married. . .\lonzo Wiggin ; resides in Dayton. Ohio. 

Frank McCreary, born ; married. . Waymire. resides in New York City. 

(1-4-16-23) 44. 

GEORGE, ^nn of Robert and Martha (,D""g'iii) Kingsbury, born . 1833. in Dun<linc. 

Ireland; married. February 7. 1859. Sarah Stevenson, born February 7. 1836. in County 
Tyrone. Ireland; removed to Xenia. Ohio, in 1864. 

CHILDREN; 

61. ROBERT STEVENSON, born Januarv 24. 1861: mairied, November 24. 1886. May 

Hittell. 



212 KINGSBURY GENEALOGY. 

62. SAMUEL DAVID, born August 9. 1S6.J. on the .Atlantic Ocean, three days out from 
Liverpool, on Steamship "Hibernian." of the .Mian Line. Eight clays Liverpool to 
Quebec. Canada. Is manager of "Mannfactors Shoe Co.." in Indianapolis. 

Grateful acknowledgment is here made for his enthusiastic and helpful encour- 
agement, and for much material for this present record of the descendants of John 
of Ireland. 

6,5. i\L'\RY BELL, born May 10, 1866. in Xenia. Ohio; married, . E. A. Vance, of 

Bellevue. KentucUy, 

64, MARTH.A. born October 20. 1809. in Xenia. Ohio; married. . Rew J. H. Littell. 

of Wheeling, W. \'a. 

65. GEORGE WILLI.X.M, Ijorn January 20, 1872: unmarried: resides, Xenia. Ohio. 

(1-4-16-23) 46. 

MARGARETTE, daughter of Robert and .Martha iDougan) Kmgsbury. Imuu . 18.^5; 

married. l)a\id Hurst. 

ISSUE: 

I'lurst. born , 

thirst, born . 

Hurst, born . 

Iliirsl. born . 

(i-4-i6-2,K^6) 47. 

MARY B., daughter of William and Mary B, (Stout) Kingsbury, born October 22. 1848: 

married. . George Orntr, born ; died . Is m employ of the Union 

Sta. Co.. at Indianapol's. 

ISSUE; 

Lillian Oi-iirr. hum , 1871; married Wui. Rnckstaliler. Two children: Lucilc. 

born 1804. ;ind .Marion, born 1898. Resides, Indianapolis, witli her mother. 

Il'illidin ih-njaiuiii Onicr, born : unmarried; served eight years in U. S. Navy: 

was chief yeoman on Battleship "Baltimore" in battle of Manila, Has medal from 
Congress as others wbn served in that famous lialtle of May i, 1899. 

( I -4- 16-23-36) 48. 

ROBERT N., son nf Wilhaui and .Mary B. (Stout) Kingsbury, born .\ugust 7, 1850: mar- 
ried Elizabeth Reiner: resiiles in Indianapolis. Ind, 

They have one dau.ght.-r: 
(lO. LEN.\. horn . 1880. 

( i-4-i(i-23-.?0,) 49. 

THOMAS M., snn .if William ;md Mary B. (Stout) Kuigs1ir,ry. born March 11. 1852; 
married. . Elizabeth .\rmstrnng: resides in Indianapolis, Ind. 

CHILDREN: 

67. D.-\ISY, born . 1875: married, . Edgar Wilding. 

68, THURSE^'. luun , 1877: married. , Frederic Lamphfor<l. No children. 

6g. OTTO P., born . 18S2: unmarried. 

(i-.t- 1 6-23-36) 50. 

JULIA ]., daughter of William and Mary B. (Stout) Kingsbury, born October 4. 1854' 
married, , P. E. Myrick : resides in Indianapolis, Ind,. 




Samuel David Kingsbury, 
Born (at Sea,) 1864. 




In this ilitw-roiMii house, now abandoned as a duelling, was reared a family of thirteen 
children. The massi\-e stone chimney, built at one end, wliere once glowed the warm peat tire 
of its owner, has been torn dowai and built into other houses— but this is " home, sweet home" 
to children, and a delight to children's children who may see this little cut. 



"O there are Voices of the Past, 

Links of a broken chain, 
Wings that can bear me back to Time, 

Which cannot come again ; 
Yet God forbid that I should lose 

The echoes tliat remain ! " 



UNCONNECTED. 213 

ISSUK: 

HiU-ry Myiich. bom . 1S75; mmiarricd. 

1-rcdcric Myrick. horn . 1S79; uniiKirricil ; resides at llir Ciranci Hotel. Indian- 
apolis, Ind. 

(r-4-i6-2j;-36) 51. 

URETTA PRISCILLA, laiialiler of William and Mary B. (Stout) Kiii,a;-lHir\ . horn Sep- 
tember 20. 1858: married. . Melville b'verett Meiner. eommereial traveler; re- 
sides in Indianapolis, Ind. 

ISSUE: 

Carrir Kini;shnry llciiu-r. b.irn July ii). 1884. 

( l-4-iO-j,!-44 ) 61. 

ROBERT STEVENSON, son of George and Sarah ( Steven>on ) K^lg^bnry, horn January 
J4. 18(11. m Emyvaie. .Monaghan County. Ireland; came to Xenia, Ohio, in 1864; mar- 
ried. Xoveniher J4. 1880. M.ay Hittell. of Tippecanoe. Ohio, horn Decemher r, 1861, 
ill Crown Point, Ind. He is :i el(jlhier ;ind gent's furnisher. 

CHILDRl'.X: 

70. JOHN HITTELL, horn Scptcmher 4, 1887; died September 24. 18S7. 

71. ROBERT, born Deccmlicr 14, i8go. 

(I-4-I()-J.^,?6-4y) 67. 

DAISY, daughter of Tlioni.is M. and Eli/alieth .\rmstrong) Kingsbury, born . 1875; 

married. . Ed.g.ir Wilding. 

ISSUE: 

//,//,./,/ W'lldni-. Ijorii ; died May , 1898. 

(i-4-ir.-.'.v.i()-40) 68. 

THURSEY, (liughter of Thoni;is M. and Elizabetli (.Armstrong) Kingsbury, horn 

1877; married. . I'rederic Laniiilit'..rd ; resiiles in IndiaiKipolis. Ind. No 

children. 



JOHN, son of and ( ) Kingsbury, born November 24, 1779. in r.-maan. 

Conn.; married. . Bathslielia , born .April 29, 1774, in Paulctte, \';. 

CHILDREN: 

I!OR.\CE. liorn October 17. 1805. in Poultney. \'t. ; died .\ugust 10. 1837. 

ANN.-\. born September 8. 1807, in Eniersburg, \'t. ; died June i. 18,81. 

ANDREW, born necembcr 26. 1809, in Emershurg. \"t. ; died .\iiril 18. i86(. 

M.\R^■. born March i. i8i_'. in Emerslnirg. \'t. ; died July ,v. 1864. 

JOHN. Iiorn July 27. 1S14. in Wcstfield, \'t. ; died May i, i8.sS. 

.ABIR.'XM. born November 2^. 1817. in .\ntwerp. X. N'. ; died July 11. 1837.^ 

AUGUSTA, born M;uxh 25, 1821. 

CHARLOTTE, liorn -\pril 24. 1824. in Ogdeiisluirg. N. V.: died January y. 1869. 



JOHN, son of John and ( ) Kingsimry. liorn May I.). 1796, in , Conn.: 

married, February 9. 1820, Fanny I'ox, born May 14, 1799. in Granby Conn.; died 
Setpembcr 8. 1886. They lesided in ( liili. X. >'. He was a fanner; died D-eeniher 
.3. 1887. 



214 KINGSBURY GENEALOGY. 

CHILDREN: 

ROXY S.. born August .^o, 1820; married. October I, 1845. Cliarles A. Pabner ; re- 
sided in Riga. N. Y. Sbe died May 3. i847- No children. 

H.ARLOW C. Ijorn May .^. 1822; married. December 2. 1849. Ebzabetb Henderson, 
died October 29. 1S64: resided in Chili. N. Y. A farmer. 

HARRIET C, born Octnlier 2;. 1829; married. .Inly 10. 1848, Charles .\. Palmer. 

ADALINE ^\.. born July 22. 1832; died July 2. 1848, in Chili. N. Y. 

ANGELINE E.. born July 22. 1832; married, .\pril 9. 1S56. .\ndre\v C. Brown. 

HARRIET C, daughter of John and Fanny (Fox) Kingsbury, born October 27. 1829: mar- 
ried. July 10. 1848. Charks A. Palmer (second wif.-). She died March 15. 1S52. Re- 
sided in Riga. X. Y. He was a farmer. 

They had one .son ; 

Cluirlrs Jri-Kinc Palmcv. Ikhu ,\ugust 18. 1849. 

ANGELINE E., ilaughter of John and Fanny ( Fo.x ) Kingsbury, born July 22. 1832; mar- 
ried, .\iiril 9, 185(1. .Andrew C. Brown, born November 15, 1826: resides in Chili. N. Y. 

ISSUE: 

Addi,- Aif^nsta lirown. born December 8. 18S8: married. April 26. 1883, Emanuel 
Caudle, bnru . in England, Two children: (i) Dora Alice, born Novem- 
ber 4. 1884; (2) Charlotte, born June I, i8i)0. 

Clifford Kiiiiisluiry Biniv'h. born September 24, 1872, 



JOHN, son of and ( ) Kingsbiu-y, burn ; resided in Enfield. Conn. ; 

married. . Desire Meacbam He died in Halifax. \'t. 

CHILDREN: 

URIAH, lioi-i; : married Mice Hall: resiiled. Fairfax. Vt. 

MARY, born . 

DESIRE, born . 

JOSEPH, b.irn . 

JOHN, born . 

JEREMIAH born , 

ABNER. born . 

ROSWELL. born . 

LYDIA. born . 

URIAH, s,,n i.f John and Desire (Meacbam) Kingsbury, born ; married, . 

.Mice Hall ; resided in Fairfax, \'t.. where they lioth died. 

CHILDREN: 

.\LMIK.\. burn J.muary 18. 1802, in Fairfax. Vt. ; unmarried. 

LYDL\. bnru February 9. iSoj. in Fairfax. \'t.: died .Xugust [9. 1870. in North 

Adams. Mass. : unmarried. 
RLTPL^S, born January 13. 180(1. in Fairfax. Vt. : married. May ,10, 1836. Celia Smith, 

of West Springfield. Mass, 
EUNICE, born May 2. 1808. in Fairfax. Vt.: married, December 18, 1842. .Xnson 

Warner 
i\IARY, hnrn January .'8. iXio. in Fairfax, Vt. ; married, .*\ugust 14, 1831. Reuben 

Clark. 
MIR,\ND.\, born November 2,}. 1811. in Fairfax. V't. i married, January I. 1835. 

Daniel .Mien. 



tTNCONNECTKD. 215 

RUFUS, son of Uriah ami Aiici' lllal') Kingslniry. i)orn January 13, 1806, in Fairfax. Vt. ; 
married, May 30. 1836, Colia, dauglitcr of Leonard Sniitli. of West Springfield, Mass. 
lie died Mareh 14, iS.^i. 

CIIII-DRI^N: 

MELISSA ANN, lioni June 15, iS.v, in Sonlli lla.lley l';ilK; m.-irried, Mareh 1,^, 1S37, 

J. R. Bucl.c. 
GEORGE RUFUS, born Mav o. iS.V). in Sonlli lladley l'"alls; married. Mareh i. 

1.860. Mary Jane IX-ivi^. 

EUNICE, daughter of Uriah and Aliee ( ll.dl) KniKslmry. liorn May 2. 1808, in Fairfax. Vt. ; 
married. Deeeml)er 8, 1S4J. Anson W'ariKr. nf (ireenfiehl. Mass. lie died May II. 

1852. 

ISSUE: 

.l/(/;v •'";' n'unicr, horn ["elirnary 14. 1845; married. February I. 1870. Ch:irles M. 

l-X'ivenport; resides South Hadley Falls. 
Kdtr Miiaiuia Warner, born April 8. 1847; married. May 27. i8Ckj. luuery W. llaskins; 

resides Northampton, Ma.--^. 

MARY, daughter of Uriah and .\liec (Hall) Kingsbury, born January 28. 1810. in b'airf.ix. 
\t. ; died October 28, 1862; married. .Xugust 14. l8,?l. Reuben Cl.arU. 

ISSUE.: 

Chirk, born . 

Clark, born . 

Clark, born . 

Clark, born . 

Clark, born . 

Clark, born . 

Clark, horn . 

Clark, born . 



MIRANDA, ilanghter of Uriah and .Mice (Hall) King>bnry. horn Ncneinber 23. 181 1. in 
Fairfax. \'t. : died M.-ireb 7. 1845; married. June 1. 1835. Daniel .Mien, died . 

ISSUE: 

Albert H. Allen, born : ilieil in thi' army. 

Henry E. Allen, born . 

MELISSA ANN, d.-inghler of Kiifiis .ind Celi.a ( Sniilh ) Kingsbury, horn June 15. 18.57. in 
South Hadley. Mass.; married. March 18. 1857. J. R. I'.nek ; resides. Stafford, Conn. 

ISSUF. : 

Clarence Everett Buck, lion; April ,;o, 1865; died Decemlier 10, 1805. 
Mabel Celia Buck, born Decemlier 20. 1872. 

GEORGE RUFUS, son of Rnfns and Celia (Smith) Kingslniry. horn May <). 18.51). in Sonlli 
Hadley Falls. Mass.; married, Mareh 1, iSYm. .Mary Jane Davis; resides StalTord. 
Conn. 

CHlLDKb:.\: 

MELVIN MELISSA, born January 2, 18(12. 
ARTHUR WELCOME, born July ig. 1864. 
GEORGE EVERETT, born September 14, 1866. 
WILLIE EDGAR, born May 24, 1861;. 
CLARENCE RANDOLril, born November 14. 1874. 



2i6 KINGSBURY GENEALOGY. 

(n-.vi I -77-275-700) ? 

PHINEAS, ^"11 of Nathaiiicl aivl llaii;i,ili (Dfiiisoii) Kingshiiry. Iioni May 19. i7Ji : mar- 
ried, January 0. 1755. Hannah Ihitcliins'iri. of lioUon, Conn., liorn Fi-liruary 8, 17X1-7. 
He (lii-il Felirnary 4, 1701). in .Sanilisfiekl. Conn. 

CHILDREN: 

PHINEA.S, l.orn . 

LEMUEL. l)orn Novemlier 20. 1750: married, first, . : married, second. 

August, 1S06, Mrs. Lovica (Hutchins) Smith. 

JOSEPH, horn Deccmlier 27, 1760; married. , Marlha Dcniing. 

JEMIMA, horn . 

RLITH. born ; married. , Judge William Gran.ger : settled in Mansfield. 

Ohio, and removed to Talniage. Ohio. 

ELEAZER. hnrn . 

EBENEZER, horn . 

DENNIS, horn . 

SALLY, horn : married. . Sheldon, of Saulsbury, Mass. 

JABEZ, linrn ; resi<led and died in Strongsville, Ohio. 

(x-.vii-77-^7.=i-;™)) ? 

LEMUEL, sou of Pliinehas and Hannah (Hnlehiusou) Kingsliury. horn Novemlier 20. 1750. 
in Otis. Mass.; married, first. , ])y whom lie h.ad daughters: 

LUCY, horn , 1 ■ , , , ,, .1 Lemuel Tildeu. 

LAURA, born . } '"^'"■'^■'l '^-' Inothe.s: [ j^,.,,,^^.^,^ ^.,,,,^,,, 

Married, second. .August . 1X0(1. Mrs. Lovica (Hutchins) Smith, daughter of Col. 

Benj. Hutchins. of i1k Kevolutionary .\rmy. from Connecticut (?). "He enlisted when 
he was si.xtecn and was four years and .1 half in the reyohitionary war." He died Deceni- 
lier 20, 1844. The children hy tie- firs! wife were "much older than the 

"CIHLDRF.N (hy second wife) ;" 

LEMUEL H.. horn Scplemlier 24, 1807. in (jtis M.as^. : married. February 20. 18.14. 
Jenisha M. Dnrbon. 

CAROLINE, horn . iSoy; went west. 

CHARLES B.. born , iSii : married. ; seven children. 

HENRY L.. horn Feliruarj 20. 1S15; niarritd. : three children. 

Lemuel and two brothers, Joseph and Jabcz, came to Ohio when the country was new, 
Joseph is grandfather of William Harvey K., of Oberlin. Ohio. Jahez lived and died in 
Strongsville. Gbio. 

LEMUEL H., son of Lenmcl and Afrs. Lovica Hutchins (Smith) King-sbury. born Sep- 
tember 24. 1807, in Otis, M.ass. ; married, February 20. 1834, Jerusha M. Durbon. He 

(lied Seiileniber 7. 1S711. She died .April 28, 1881, 

CHILDREN: 

M.ARV A., born June 8, 1S.15; married September ,?o, 1865. Jolm McDonald: resides. 
East Clarksfield. Ohio. 

JAMES MONROE, born May 21. 18,17: went to Pennsylvania in fall of i860, and 
enlisted May ig, 1861. He earlv embraced the Christian religion, and when he 
enlisted be seemed to realize bis dependence on God, and bis later life brought 
him nearer to Him. He was killed m battle before Petersburg, Va., June 17, 1864. 
.As they bore him from the spot where he fell, he said to a comrade, "Write to 
niv friends and tell them I fell a willin.g sacrifice on my country's altar." 



UNCONNECTED. 217 

ROMAINE J., born Filnuary 2$. 1839. in W'akeman, Ohio. When a child, on hearing 
his father read, at llicir morning's readings, tlie story of Daniel and his friends, 
who refrained from eating tiie king's meat, he decided to abstain from meat, and 
from that day nntil he was more than thirteen years old he neyer ate meat. .'\ 
few days before he was thirteen he united with the Christian Cliiireh. n! which 
his parents and the two eldest children were meniliers. His walk was e;irnest and 
consistent. He enlisted 111 the .anny June .i. iX(u. and was killed at I'ort Re- 
pnblic (a shell pas^ing through his body) June g. iXtij, .\s he went into the 
fight the day liefore his death he -.aid to hi^ l>nitlier Daniel (by wh">e side he 
fell) and other friemls. ■■Boys if 1 get killed and \ on dn not. tell my fiieiuN I 
died a soldier and a Christian." 

DANIEL D.. born February 14. 1X41, in W.ikenian, Ohio; married, .\l.ircli 14. 1.S67. 
Mary .'\. Fillmore. 

M.\RTII.\ .\.. born March 24. 1X4,5; married. May 21). 1865. James M. Dtirbon. 

S.\R.\H .\.. born .September iX. 1X15; marrieil. November It. 18(13. Theodore Ronk ; 
I'esided in Michigan (1882). 

RUTH E.. born March 18, 1848. in Wakenian. Ohio; m.arried. Jtme ,10. 1S70. M. V. 
Armstrong: resided in Wakeman. Ohio (iSXj). 

LEMUEL MANNING, born Jannary 6. 1X51, ir, Camden. Lorain County. Ohio; mar- 
ried September i, i88i, Clara Fox. 

JOHN A., born December 30. 1853; iiKirried. January 6. t8So. .Mice Fox. 

J.ANE .A., born December 30. 1853; ilied .March 20. 1873. 

CHARLES B., son of Lenniel and .Mrs. Lovica Hntchins (.Smith) Kingslmry. born . 

iXii; married. . . He died Oct(.ber. 1865. 

CHILDREN: 

SELDEN B.. liorn ; resides. Boise City. Idaho. 

. born . 

. born . 

. born . 

. born 



HENRY L., son of Lemnel and Mrs. Lovic.-i Hntchins (Smith) Kingslmry; born February 

20. 1X15: iiKirried. . 

CHILDR1':N: 

, born . 

, born . 

. born 

DANIEL D., son of Leninel H. ;ind Jernsha ( D:nbon ) Kingsbnry. born February 14. 1X41. 
in Wakeman. Ohio; married. March 14. (867. Mary .\. Fillmore, of Brighton. Mich., 
born .\pril 21. 1X4X. in Warsaw. N. ^'. He eidisted September. 1X61 ; for three years 
in Co. C. 7th O. \'. I . and w;ts in many of the bloodiest battles of the Civil \\',-ir; was 
wiainded in battle of Winchester. Va.. lint sonn retnrned to dnty and was with the regi- 
ment till expiration of enlistment. Has held -.i-veral offices of trust and is County 
Treasurer of Ingham County, Mich. Removed from P.rigblnn. Mich., to Webberville. 
Mich.. 1872, and to Mason. Mich.. 1808. 

CHILDRICX: 

GEORGE B.. born July 21. 1S6S: m:irried. . i8')o. Katie Curler. 

LORA M.. born June 2;. 1X72: died February 13. 1877. 
MYRTIE B., born December ,:^. iX-fi; died July 21. 1877. 
ELLA E.. born July 28. 1X7S; died October 16. lXX(j. 



2i8 KIKCrSBURY GENEALOGY. 

JOSEPH, son of Pliitic-]ias (709?) and Hannah ( Hntchinson ) Kingsbury, born Uecemlier 

27, 1761, in Enfield, Conn.; married. . Martha Ueniing. liorn November 12, 1764. 

in Sandisfield, Conn., daughter of Capt. Solomon Deming, l)oru in Wethersfield, Conn., 

December 31, 17.?6: married, first, , 1761, Mar.garet or Eunice Harmon. He died 

in Sandisfield. Conn.. January 11. iS.V- Hail three children: (1) Solomon, married 
and resided in Brunswick, O., Mcdnia. O.. and .\-~hland. O. ; (2) Eunice, married. 

. Stillman, resided Whitestown. N. V.: (3) .Martha, horn 1761, in Sandisfield. 

Conn, married Joseph King.sbury. By the second wife seven children: (l) .Andrew, 
born in Brimswick, O. ; (2) Jonathan, born in Brunswick, O. ; (3) Richard: (4) 

Margaret, born in New Hartford. Conn., married, , Cowdes, resided in Columbus, 

O. ; (5) Lucy, married, . Loomis, resided. Whitesboro. N. Y. : (6) Honor, mar- 
ried and removed to Connecticut; (7) Lydia. married. , Stevenson, resided in 

Brunswick. O. 

Removed trnm Oiis, M;iss., to Brighton. ().. ni 1S21 : she died in Elyria. 

O.. November 12. 1X25. Me died .\u,gnxt , 1S30. in Brighton. C). Revolutionary 

soldier and f.irnier. Me enlisteil when 15 ye.nrs old. served three years in the Revolu- 
tionary war. was called Captain, and w;is one of the guards over ]\Iajor Andre. By 
some mistake his older brother. Lemuel, who served but three months, received pension 
of $96 per year, while Jo.seph was given the three months' pension of ^27 per year. 
He was a stern man; kept the Sabbath from sun to sun. After removal to Ohio lost a 
leg. made himself a wcicMkn one. with which be \v:is enabled to do all his f.irm work 
on 200 acres, including |ilowing. 

CHILDRI'N: 

All born in Otis (or Tyringhaui), Mass. 

SOPHLA born ; married, . N.irthrnp. 

LOVICA. born ; nij.rried, , Calvin Rice. 

HARMON, b.irn ; married .Mrs. S.irah Pease. 

AUSTIN, born ; married Alta Maria Adams. 

STATIRA, horn ; married Loring Wadsworth. 

SOLOMON, born ; died infant. 2 years. 2 months. 

SOLOMON, born ; married Lucinda . 

HONOR .M.\RT1L\. horn August 27, 1807; m.irried. January 22. 1828. Dr. Eber \V. 
Hubbard ; resided Stalen Island. She was educated at Lenox Seminary. 

.HARMON, son of Joseph and Martha (Deming) Kingsbury, born ; married Mrs. 

Sarah .\nn ( \'.in Dorn ) Pease, daughter of a German Reformed minister, of Lexing- 
ton, Ky. She had one child, Mary Pease. He had at one time the agency for the 
whole of the Western Reserve, and owned a large tract of land in Cleveland. O. He 
remov<^d to New York and at his death deeded his property on Staten Island and 
Perth Aiiib(.y to three tru'^tees to found an institution on Stalen Island on plans l.iid 
down 111 bis book on "The Sabbath." [He wrote many books bejide, one ot which 
was entitled, ■■\\oman. what she ou.ght to be."| His trustees never carried out his 
plan, the will was broken, and his first love and widow received a share of the property, 
through the imlefatigable iiereseverance of a niece. He died in I'crth Amhoy. New 
Jersey, in 1S64. 

AUSTIN, son of Joseph and Martha (Deming) Kingsbury, born , in Otis, Mass.; 

married. , in Wellington. O., Alta Maria .\dams. He was a farmer. 

CHILDREN: 

WILLI.-\M H.\RYEY, liorn December 28. 1829; married. August 20, 1S36. Mary 
Elizabeth Try. in Brighton. O. No children. Resided in Oberlin. O. 

LOLTS.V. born ; married. . in Brighton, O., Hall. 

J.-\NE. liorn ; married, . in Brighton. O.. ll.azel. 



UNCONNECTED. 219 

HULDAH. born ; married, , in Oln-rlin. O.. Snyder. 

SOPHRONI.X. horn ; married. . in Brighton. O., Bell. 

SEDGWICK, liorn ; died, agi-d 14 years. 

HONOR MARTHA, daughter of Joseph and Martha (Deming) Kingsbury. 1)0rn August 25. 
1S07. in Otis. Alass. ; died July 6. 1886. in Tottenvillc. Stalen Island: married. January 
2, 1828, in Brighton. O.. Dr. Eber VV. Hubbard, born October 8. 1797, in Steuben. 
N. Y. ; a physician : graduate Fairfield Medical College, New York. .-Xbout 1822 he 
went to Ohio with his father wlio look ui) a large tract of land in Lorain County. 
He surveyed and laid out the town of La Grange, where his father located. He moved 
to Elyria, Ohio, in i8j,?. .\ Democrat of the old time, he served his state three years 
"as representative from Lorain County, three years fund commissioner, three years bank 
commissioner. "In 185,,! he moved t<i Tottenvillc. K. Y. .-\ scientist of high order, he 
made a specialty of concliology and mineralogy, leaving a valuable collection at his 
death. May 7, 1872. 

ISSUE: 

George Canning Hubbard. M.D., born June 18. 1831, in LaGrange, O. : gradn.itc 
Delaware College, 1847; at New York Medical College, in 1859: served through 
the Civil \Yar; was appointed assistant surgeon of 165th N. Y. Volunteers. On 
retirement of Surgeon Ferguson, in 1864, made surgeon, which he held till the 
close of the war. Returning to liis practice in Tottenvillc, m.irried, Feliruary 25, 
1867, Carrie Louise Totten, born .\pril 22, 184T, in Tottenvillc. Tliree children. 
He died in Tottenvillc, August 3. 1898. 

Delia Peniing Hubbard, twin, born June 8, 1831. in LaGran,ge. O. : married, January 
30, 1856, in Tottenvillc, N. Y., De Witt Clinton Clapp. born July 13. 1827, in Mar- 
tinsburg. N. Y. Three children : ( I ) Kate .Amelia, born November 20, 1856, in 
Pittsburgh. Pa.; married. February 7. 1S88. James Ross Snively, born June 12, 
1843, in Greencastle, Pa.; died January 28, 1890. t2) George Hubbard, born De- 
cember 14, 1858. in Allegheny. I'a. ; married. October 25, 1881, -Anne Wardrop 
Love, born August 29. i860, m Allegheny. Pa.; resides. Edgeworth, Pa.; employe 
Pittsburgh Reduction Co. (3) Charles Edwin, born Novemlicr 29, i860, in .Mle- 
gheny. Pa.; married. Se|)teml)er 27. 1887. Cornelia Ella Hunter, born October 14. 
1866. in Pittsburgh. Pa. ; employe Parke Steel Co. 

Fan Bitren Hubbard. M. P.. liorn May 3. i833. in LaGrange. O. ; graduate Yale Col- 
lege, 1855 ; studied medicine with his father ; graduate New York Medical College 
j86o; entered the army. i86r. and *;erved through the Civil War as assistaiU sur- 
geon. Had charge of Carver Hospital. Philadelphia, for two years. W.is in the 
field with Gen. Sherman m his famous ■■March to the sea." He ranked as fidl 
surgeon for several years before his death. ;it Fort McPherson. .Vtlanta. Ga.. Sep- 
tember 6. 1895. ~ _ 

William Ward Hubbard. .1/.7'.. born M:ircli 2=,. 1836. in Elyria. O. : married. August 
27, i860, in Tottenvillc. Belle Carman, born September 13. 1830. in New York. 
Ten children. 

luheiii Kingsbury Ihihb.:rd. b.rn April 5. 1844. in Tottenvillc; married, .\pril 26. 1876, 
Cornelia Soplua Armts, hern February 7. '^''.ii. '" Tottenvillc; died June 3. i89.=;- 
Two children. 

.■Hire Sufiliia Hubbard, born June 27, 1846. in Tottenvillc; married. August 13. 1867. 
David Jolinc Pep|ier, b.rn July 22. 1842. in Tottenvillc. Two children. 

(x-.Vil-77-J7.V709) ? 

PHINEAS, third son of Tabez an.l ( ) Kingsbury, born December 2, 1809, in 

Otis Mass.; married, lanu.arv 1. 1830. Sallie J. Safford. of Brunswick. Medina Co.. O. ; 
resided in Brunswick, where he died .August 6, 1878, and where bis widow resided 
(1879). 



220 KtNGSBURY GENEALOGY. 

CHILDREN: 

SARAH J., Ijoni Noveml)cr ifi, T8,?g. 

MARY C, born January 6, 1842; dietl SuiiU-niiicr (1. 1S70. 

HELEN A., born January 10, 184S. 

AGNES P.. born October j8, 1849. 

WILLL\M J.. l>orn December 25, 1851. 

Phinea.s had a l)rother. VVilbani. resided in Toledo, (),, ( 1880). 



(Sixth (ieneration) (Prol)ably). 

JONATHAN, siiu of and ( ) Kingsbury, liorn , 1772, in Deer- 

tield (?), Mass.: married first. . in Massaclmsetts. bin divorced bis wife and 

went to tlic State of New >'ork. Married, second. . in Sangersfield. N. Y., Sally 

Williams, a native of Vernmiu. born .'ibout 17S6: died Jan. 12. 1872. in P>rar[ch Co.. Mich. 
In February. 181Q. be started with his wife and seven chddren( the oldest bein,<i mar- 
ried) for Ohio, the then far west, arrived in Huron County fore part of April, but 
settled in .\uburn. Crawford County, and died in July or .\ugust. 1819. 

CHILDREN: 

POLL\". born . :diont 1801 ; married. . Eber Mol'titt. 

JEREMIAH, born . .ibonl 180.5; married, first. . I'dlen Penfield ; married. 

second. Lamar (iriffin; married, third. .Mrs. Jenks. 

ELI. born . about 1805: (bed August or September. 1811). 

JONATHAN. Iiorn . about 1807: married Mary Ann Tiniberlake. of \'irginia. 

JULIA .ANX. born , about i8og; marrieil. . I.^:irius Smith. 

LIVONLA. born alioin 1812; married, first. Henry Randall; marrieil. second. 

Edwin (b'egory. 

N.ANCY. born . about 1815; married. . Harvey H. .Moffitt. 

JESSE, born May ,W. t8i,S. married, first. Lucy Peck, of New York; married, second. 

Mary P.:irber. of Massaclmsetts. 

POLLY, daughter of Jonathan and ( ) Kingsbury, born , 1801 f?) ; mar- 
ried. . Rber Moffitt. of Marcellus. N. Y. She died August . iSig. 

JEREMIAH, son of Jonathan and ( ) Kin,gsbury. born —- . 180,5 (?) ; niar- 

ried. first. , Ellen Pejifield. of Connecticut. They bad one daughter. .Miir- 

ried. second. . Tamar Griffin, of New York. Four children. Married, third. 

. ^[rs. Jenks. Three children. He died . 1875. 



ESTHFR. bor 



CHILDREN (bv fir^l wife) 



Bv second wife : 



CORYDON. born . 1 ^ . 

CAROLINE, born A ' "■'"^■ 

JL'LIA. born . 



MADISON, born . 



P.y third wife: 



born ; died infant. 

liorn ; died infant. 

JOSEPHINE, born ; married. . Smith. 



UNCONNECTED. jzi 

JONATHAN, -'11 <,t jonatlian and ( .) KiiiHslniry, born . 1807 ('■ ) : m:"'- 

ricd. , Mary Ann 'l'ind](.Tlakc, a native of Virginia. He was cnsaged in Rold 

mining, was l<ilKd ni an accident, , 185J, in Marysville, California. Four cliil- 

drcn, one son an<l three d.uigliters. Family in Iowa. 

ClllLDkKN: 

, born . 

, born . 

, born . 

. born . 

JULIA ANN, dangbter nf Junatlian .nul ( ) Kingsbury, born , uSog (?) ; 

married, , Darius Snnlli, and died ni 1S54. 

ISSUE: 

I.uiiuin Smith, born . 

Sally Smith, born . 

David Smith, ijoni . 

Orlando Siitith, born ■. 

Ed'tvin Sinitli, born . 

Barton Smith, born . 1 ^. ■ , , l^ied in U. S. .\rmy. 

Burton Smith, born . / i^^'"^- Died in U. S. .\rmy. 

Elloi Smith, born . 

Sylvester Siiiitli, born . 

Ann Smith, born , 

Parins Smith, born . 

LIVONIA, daughter .d' .b.nallian and ( ) Kingsbury, born . iHu (?); 

married, first. Henry Randall, killed at a barn raising in iS.lo: married, second.. IvKvm 
Gregory. She died . iSSi. 

ISSUE: 

Cordelia Randall. Imrn .18.10, I Twins 

Aurelia Randall, born , 18.50. ) 

Henry Gregory, born : died in V . S. .\rniy. 

Olgro Gregory, born ; died in L'. S. .-\rmy. 

Douglas Gregory, born . 

Augustus Gregory, l.iorn . 

Madison Gregory, born 



Addison Gregorv. born 



V Twins. 



NANCY, .laughter ..f Jonathan and ( ) Kingsbury, born . 1815 (?) 

married. . Harvey H. .Moffitt. 



ISSUE: 



Augustus Moffitt. born . 

Allen P. Moffitt. born . 

Arthur D. Moffill. born . 

Adelhert II. Moffitt. born . 

Ak'in A. Moffitt. born . 



JESSE, son of Jonatha.t and ( ) King.sbnry. born May .SO, 1818; married, hrst, 

September 6. 1841. in Norwalk, C).. Lucy Feck, born September 19. i8i<), m Cayuga 
Co., N. Y., died .March .'.^. 1874. Five children. Married, second, Mary liarber. a 
native of Massachusetts; resided (i88,i) in Fern. Huron Co., O. 



222 KINGSBURY GENEALOGY. 

CHILDREN (by first wife): 

CHARLOTTE, lj(jrn : nuu-ricd, , ChaliiiL-r .M. Webster. 

EURETTA F.. Ijurn ; married, . Cbarles \V. Manahaii. 

EDWIN J., born : married. , Anna Brigblman. 

JNIARY .A., burn : married, , James M, ^lorse. 

BLANCHE, born ; married. , A. B. Fisher. 

CHARLOTTE, daughter of Jesse and Lucy (Peck) Kingsbury, born — 
Clialmer M. Webster. She died , 1868. 

ISSUE; . 

Ferris Webster, liorn . 

Anna Webster. Ijurn ; died . 

Harry W clyster, born . 

Jesse K. Webster, born . 



EURETTA F., daughter of Jesse and Luey ( Peck ) Kingsljury. born ; married. . 

Charles W. Manahan, Jr. She died , 1868. 

ISSUE: 

Kittle Manahan. 1)orn : died . 

Hnretta P. Manalntn. born : died . 

EDWIN ],, son of Jesse and Lucy (Peck) Kiugsl)niy, born ; married. , Anna 

Brightman. 

They had one <laughter : 

GRACE, born . 

MARY A., daughter of Jesse and Lucy (Peck) Kingsbury. Imrn ; married, , 

James M. Morse. 

ISSUE: 
.Irt'nur J. Minse. Ijorn . 

BLANCHE, daugliter of Jesse and l^ucy (Peck) Kingsbury, Imm ; m.irried , 

-A. B. Fisher. 



ISSUE: 

Maude I'islier. burn . 

Asa Jay l-'islier. burn . 



NATHAN, son of and .\znbab ( ) Kiugsljiu'v, born : bved in Fo.Kboro. 

.Mass. 

CHILDREN: 

EMMONS. l)orn April 25. 1778. 

PEGGY, liorn October 22. 17S2. 

SUSANNAH, born January 27. 17S7. 

.ASEN.ATH, born .March 3. i7<)o; niarrie(l . Bailey. .\ ilaughter. N.incy Bailey. 

married Rev. E. B. England. D.L). They have .1 son. Herliert Kingsbury England. 

resides in Washington, New Jersey. 
N.ANCY, born September 24. 1792. 



TTNCONNECTKD. 223 

(Sixth (iciicratiou) (I'l-ciliohly j. 

EMMONS, son of ami ( ) Kin;4sl)ury. bom .\ovi-m1)cr Ji. 1-79. in Fox- 

boro. Mass.; mairiccl, November 17. 1802, Hannah Rider, of Brewer. Maine, born 

■ i/''^^: died September 15, 1S60. He was a farmer l)y occnpalion. l)nt dm-ing liis 

life lield many military and eivil ollices. He removed from Wrenlham. Mass.. to 
Bradford. Maine, aljont 1800. where be died April 24. i86j. 

CHM.DREX: 

MELINIJA, born May 17. 1,^04. in Brewer. .Maine; ni.irried. Jidy 2^. 1824. .Miles Wilson. 

SUS.AN. born Se])teml)er 28, 1805: married. Jamiary 20. 1829. Solomon Dnnning. 

RACHEL, born April 18. 1807; married Dceeml)er i. 18.51. John H. Wilson. 

EMMONS, born .April 18. 180Q; married, first. October 14. i8,?i. Jnlia .A. Forbes; 
married, second. .Angust 26. 18(1.'!. Isabel C. Tibbitts. 

OTIS, horn December 9. iSio; married. . Sarah Hathorn. 

WILLIAM, born February 12. 181,5: m.irried. September .3. 18,5,5. Lonisa McGregor. 

HANNAH A., horn March 1,5. 181.= ; married. . Richard Rines. and removed 

to Dnnnigan. California. No children. 

THOM.AS R.. born February 20. 1817; married, iu-i. Seplemher 7. 1844. .Mary S. 
Dean: married, secimd, .May 30. 18^7. Aniaiida L. Clarke, 

JOHN R,, born October 20, 1819; married, first. March 20. 1850. Hannah Whitney; 
married, second. Fibrnary i. 186,;. Susan .A. Sylvester, 

RICHARD H.. born D< cemlier 16. 1821: married, first. . Betsey (iowen ; mar- 
ried, second. Sarah E. Henderson. 

WALTER, born .April 20. 1825: married, first. .April 27. 1845, Luriiula Ross; married, 
second. .August .50. 1876. Nehie V. Jayne. 

CHESTER, born b'ebruary 12. 1828: died October 12. 1828. 

MELINDA, daughter of Emmons and Hannah (Rider) Kingsbury, born May 17. 1804, in 
Brewer. Maine: married. July 2,t. 1824. .Miles Wilson, of Bradford. Maine. She died 
March 7. 1878, 

ISSUE: 

Susan K. U'ilsun. born May 27. 1825: killed by lightning. July 11. 18,59. 

Laura J. Wilson, born August 20. 1827. 

Mary A. Wilson, born .April 6 1829. 

Harvey S. Wilson, born May 13. 1831 : died .August ,51. 18,56. 

Helen M. Wilson, born June 10. 18,^3. 

Casseniiana Wilson, born July J.^. 183,;: died July 29. 18,56. 

Tlunnas K . Wilson, bcirn .\]iril 2}. 1837, 

Cliarles li. Wilson, born September 11. 1831), 

Fredcrie li. Wilson, born June I'l. 1842, 

Jolin F. Wilson, born .Au.gust 18, 1844, 

Clara F. Wilson. li.>ni .March 16. 1S47. 

SUSAN, (laughter of l-:mm(.ns and Hannah (Rider) King>l)ury. born September 28. 180.S. 
in Brewer. .Maine: married. January 20, 1829. Solomon Dunning. i>f Charleston. Maine, 

born . 1800: died October 4. 1871. aged 71 years. Resided in Charleston. Maine, 

where all the children « ere horn. 

ISSUE: 

Hannah Dunuinif. born November 6. 1829. 

Henry W. Ihinning. born June ,^. 1831: died Octoiier 2-,. 1868. in Califtn-nia, 
Emily S. Dnnnini^. born February 12. 1834; died March 22. i8.;4, 
IVilliani E. Dunning, born .March 31, 1835, 



224 KINGSBURY GENEALOGY. 

h'ihiicl IK JJiiiiiiiiig. burn Seplcnilier ii. 1S36. 
Harrisun Ihiniiing. born January 16. 1840. 
Hiiraliii Ihiiiiiini;. biirn April ig, 1841. 
Eudiira /'. Ihiiiniiii;. burn August ,iO. 184.5. 
/■rci-lainl Ihiiiiiiiiij,. Ijtjrn Octolicr 28, 1845. 

RACHEL, (laughter of Emmons and Hannali (Rider) Kingsljury, born April j6. 1807, in 
Brewer, Maine; married. December i, 1831. John H. Wilson; resided in Bangor, Maine. 

ISSUE: 

l'iaii!:lin .1. U'llsiin. born iJccenibcr 22. 18.56. in Bradford. Maine: clictl March lO. 1837. 

Liiciiidi! B. II tlsoii. linrn October 15, 18,58. in Orouo. Maine. 

Antandu M. IVilsnii. born September 26. 1842. in Orono, Maine. 

Ilciii-y li, ll'ilsiin, bdin l)ccenil]er 18. 1840. in Ban.nor, Maine: dieil .Vugust 16. 18.^0. 

EMMONS, sons of Emmons and Hannah (Rider) Kingsbury, born April 18. 1809. in Brewer. 
Maine;; married, first. October 14. 1831. Julia A. Forbes, of Bradford. Elaine; died 
March 16. 1862. Three children. Married, second, August 26, 1863, Isabel C, Tibbitts. 
of Charleston. Maine. Two children. He was a farmer, and deacon in the Baptist 
Church since 1S40. Resided in Bradford. Maine, where the children were all born, 

CHILDREN (by tirst wife): 

CAROLINE E.. bnru .\ugust 2. 1832; died March 24. 1856. 

MELINDA \V., bnrn July 7. 18,56; died May 9. 1857. 

C.-\LMN ).. 1)1. ni January 31. 1838: married. March 24. iS(u. Zeliiubi L. Stioub. 

CHILDREN (liy second wife): 

WALTER, born September 17. 1865: died Mav i. 1866. 
HIRAM E.. l)orn May 4. 1867. 

OTIS, son of Emmons and Hannah (Rider) Kin!,'sbury. burn December 9, 1810. in Brewer. 
^Liine: married. . Sarah Hathorn. He was a farmer, died . 18.(9. Chil- 
dren were all liorn in Bradford, and reside in Fort Scott Kansas. 

CHILDREN: 
NATHAN. Ix.rn . 

ADELINE, born . 

CHARLES, born . 

S.\RAH. born ; died . 

EDMUND, born ; died . 

JOHN N.. born . 

WILLIAM, son of Emmons and Hannali (Riiler) Kingsbury, born February 12. 1813. in 
Brewer. Maine; married. September 3. 1833. Louisa McOregor. He was a farmer 
and merchant; resided in Be<lford. Maine, where all the children were born, except 
the eldest. He died February 27. 18S1. 

CHILDREN: 

M.\RN' 1... born . in .Aultum. Maine: died January. 18.59. in Bangor. .Maine. 

WILLIA.M T.. born : died December 14. 18.58. in Bradford. 

RICH.\RD F.. born February 2_s. 1830: married. . Lillian Hodgdeii ; resides, 

Birds Island. .Maine. 
.\LPHEUS R.. born .August 9. 1841: ni.irried. February 16. 1865. Ellen \-\ Hall: 

resides. East Corinth. Maine. 

JOHN M.. born May i.s. 1844: married. . Sarah Leavey ; resides. Lowell. Mass. 

JOSIAH M.. born February 4. 1,847. 



UNCONNECTED. 225 

HANNAH A., hurn Scplr'.iilitT n. iS4(j : married William 11. I'lilt.ni. 
HELEN L., born .March 9, 1S5J; inarriL-.l. Octoher .^i, 1877, William W. Hall. Slic 
died July 18. 1879. 

RACHEL A., born Alarch 2-. 1854; married. , 187,!, William 11. I'ldlmi. 

EMMONS W.. lioni Dci-cmlK-r 11. 1856, 

MELINDA S.. I)nni June J,v 1859; died Seplembcr 28. 18C2. 

^IINXIE R., I'lorn January 18. i8f).v 

THOMAS R., son of Emmons and llannali (Rider) Kingsbury, born l''ebrnary JO. 1817. in 
r.rewer. iNIaine ; married, first. September 7. 1844. Mary S. Dean, of Hanulen : died 
August 6. 1S45. Had one child. Married, second. May ,?o. 1847. .\n\anda L. Clarke. 
Six children. He was merchant, dry goods and groceries, business established in 1843. 
Representative. Maine Legislature. 1858; Senator. i8(X)70. and Postmaster 26 years 
C1881) in Bradford. Maine, where he resided, and where all the children were born. 

CHILDREN (by t^rM wife) : 

M.ARCUS D.. born .August 6. 1845: married. December JO. i8()8. Sarah .M. l-'rencli. 

By second wife. 

ROSCOE A., born A])ril 5. 1851; married. July ,?o. 1876. Linda S. Clarke. 

EMMA A., born November 9, 1854: died .March 5, 1855. 

WILBUR T.. born September z. 1836. 

ELWOOD E., born Noveniljer 20. 1859; died Eebrnary 19. 186,?. 

FREDDIE C. Iiorn .\pril 26. 1862: died June 27, 1862. 

BERTIE M.. born .March 28. 1866. 

JOHN R., son of Emmons and Hannah (Rider) Kingsbury, born October 20. 1819, in 
Brewer. Maine: married, first. March 20, 1850. Hannah VN'bitney : died October 5. 
1863. Four children. Married, second. February I. 1865. Susan .\. Sylvester. Two 
children. He was a merchant, and County Judge. 1869. 1877. 1881. Removed from 
Dc.xter. Maine, to Stevens Point. Wis., in 1865. 

CHIl.DRIC.V (by first wife): born in Dexter. 

TIN-\ M., Iiorn January 7. 1851. 

JOHN J., born March 2(1. 1852: married. .March 15. 1872. .Mice Page. 

FOREST W.. b..rn Jidy 30. 1863: married. December 24. 1877, Sarah Heigl. 

EDN.A A., born August 10. 1857: married Novemlier 25. 1879, George D. Ree<l. 

By second wife: burn in Stevens Point. 

WALTER L.. born .\pril 30. 1866. 
WILLIAM E.. b(.rn October 15. 1867. 

RICHARD H., son of Ennnons and Hannah (Rider) Kingsbmy. born December ifi. 1821. 

in IJr.idford. Maine; married, first. . Betsey Gowen. died February 25. 1858. 

Three children, bnni in Bradford. Married, second. . Sarah !•". Henderson. One 

child. He was a farmer and merchant. :ind held many municipal oflices. He resided, in 
Bradford, where he dieil .\prd 27. iHdi. 

ClIll.DKlCN (by first wife) : 

LEWIS R.. born . 1851; died April 10. 1867. 

ID.A .A., born . 1S54: died De'cember 5. 1856. 

ANN VIOLA, born — . 18.37. 



Bv second wife: 



AIILTON H.. born 



226 KINGSBURY GENEALOGY. 

WALTER, sun cif iMniiKiiis ami H.-iiiikiIi (Riilcr) Kingslniry. l)orn April _'o, 1825. in Brad- 
fdrcl. Maine: inarricil, tir>l. .\|r)il _'/. 18^5. Lorinda Ross, of Bradford; died April 
8. 1875. 'II Wiiioiia. Mnui, ( ; ) : married, second, August 30. 1876, Nellie V, Jayne. 
nf Winona, He was a nierclianl, resided in Bradford, wliere children were born; 
renKned to Winona in 18(16. 

CHILDREN (by first wife) : 

ELLA L,, Ijorn .\|>rd ,4, 1S47; married. November . 1867. Alonzo Holland. 

FRANK E., born November 2,1, 1850; married, ,\i)ril _>8, 1870. May King, lev; re- 

sideil in Wniona, Wis. ( ? ) . 
Hb:Rllb:i<T W., born December 20. 1855. 

CALVIN J., son of ICnimons and Jidia .\. (Forbes) Kingslniry, born January 31, 1838. in 
Bradford. Maine; married, .March 24, 1861, Zelinda L, Stroub, of Charleston, Maine. 
Resides, Bradford. 

CHILDREN (born in Bradford); 

FRED R.. born Seiitemlier 14, 1862. 
ALICE A., born January 8. 1865. 
JL'LIA A,, born Febrn.iry 27 1873, 
EBEN Al., biun August 13, 1879. 

RICHARD F., son .if William and Louisa (.MeC.regor) Kingslniry. born b'ebrnary 25, iS.^Q. 

in Bradford. .Maine; married, , Lillian Hodgden, of Orneville, Maine; resided 

in Bradford, wdiere their children were born; removing to Birds Island. Maine, in 1880. 

CHILDREN; 

INEZ, born . 

CEORGE H.. born . 

ALPHEUS R., SI. 11 of William and L.inisa (McGre.gor) Kingsbury, born August 9. 1841. 
Ill Br.idf'.rd. .Maine: married, February 16, 1865, Ellen F". Hall, of .Momnoutb. .Maine. 
Me was a blacksmith; resided in Bradford (where all the children were born except 
the youngest) ; removiiig to East Corinth, .Maine, in Novendjcr. 1874, 

CHILDREN: 

CL.AR.A .\,. born November 20, 18(17. 

WALTER S.. born June 13. 1869. 

ETT.-\ J., born September. 3. 1872. 

WILLIE .\., born Septemiier 22. 1874. 

.\NNIE L.. born Septcmb.;r 5. 1877. in I'^.ast Corinth. M.iiiie. 

JOHN M., son of William and Louisri (.McGregor) Kingsbury, born Alay S. 1S44; married. 

. Sarah Leavey, of : resided in Bradford, .Maine; removing I.. Lowell. 

Mass, 

CHlLDRIiN; 

R(JSE II, , born December 31, 1870, in Br.idford, 

FRED S„ born . in Bradford. 

PERCY E. b..rn . in Lowell. 

HANNAH A., .laughter ..f William ami L..uisa ( .\lcGre,g. .r ) Kingsbury, b.irn September 

(1, 1849. in Bradford. Maine: married. , William H, Fiillon, of iMixcroft. Maine; 

resided in Bradford; remo\ing to Canibridgeport. Mass., in 1873, where she died 
l"'ebruar>' 27, 1873. 



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ISSUE: 



Jennie ./. I'liltini. huiii June 21. 1871, in Briulford. Maini.-, 

CInirlt-s S. I'ullon. Iitini Febrnary 1=;. 187,?. in Canibridgcpurt. Mass. 

AfKr ilc.ilh of his tir-l wifu luiUiin nuiiricd. -, 187,?, her sister. 

RACHEL A., claiiyhur ..I William and l.iniisa ( Mc(;ri.gi>r j Kingsbnry, licirn March .7, 
1854, in Uradfi.rd, -Maine. They removed from. Canihri<lgeii()rl to ['"o-xeroft. Manie. 
where their children were horn ami where he died January 18, 1879. 

ISSUE: 

liriiniilc- l-iilton. horn October lO. 1877. 
irHlic II. Fiilloii. born .\ngusl 5. 1879. 

HELEN L., daughter of William and Louisa ( Mctjre.u.ir ) Kiu.iAsbury. born March 9. 185J. 
HI Bradford, Maine; married, October 31, 1877. William W. Hall, of Bradford. She 
died Jidy 18, 1S79. 

ISSUE: 

Helen L. lla'.l. born July 1.1. 1878. in Bradford. Maine. 
J^ueinda 11. llall. born July 12. 1879. in Bradford. Maine. 

MARCUS D., son of Thomas R. and Mary S. (Dean) Kingsbury, liorn August 6. 1845, in 
Bradford. Maine: married. December JO. 1868, Sarah M. French, of Bradford, Maine. 
He was a merchanl. .and for 14 years pnsUnaster in X. Bradford. 

CHILDRICN: 

ELMER D.. born December 28. 1871. in Bradford. 
i\IARV L.. born August 11, 1876, in Bradford. 

ROSCOEA., son of Thomas R. and .Vmanda L. (Clarke) Kingsbury, horn April 5, 1851. 
in Bradford, ^^laine; married, July 30, 1876. Linda S. ClarUe. of Bradford: resides 
Corinth. Merchant and postmaster at East Corinth. Maine. 

CHILDREN f?). 

JOHN J., s.ni of John R. and Hannah (Whitney) Kingsbury, born March -'6. i8,SJ. m 
Dexter. Maine: married. March 15. 1872, Alice Pa.ge. .,f Stevens Point. Wis., where 
they resided till their removal to Auburudale. Wis. Lumber merch;ml. 

CHILDREN: 

H. MARY, born December 29. 1872. in Stevens I'oinl. 
ARTHUR J., born September 23. 1875. in Stevens Point. 

BESSIE, bom October 11, 1878, in Stevens Point; died , 1879. 

C.\RL. born June 28. 1880, in .\nlnundale. 

FOREST W., son of John R. and Hannah (Wlulney) Kingsbury, born July .?o. 1853. in 
De.xter, Maine; married. December 24. 1877. S:irali I leigl. of Neenah. Wis. They 
had one daughter, born in .\uburndale. Wis.: 

C.KACIE. born l)ecend>er 14. i8;8. 

EDN.\ A., daughter of John R. and ll.iunab iWlnlney) King-bnry. born .\ngusl 10. 1857. 
in Dexter. .Maine; m.irried. Novend.er 25. l8-(). Ceorge D. Reed. 

ISSUE: 

Udna Reed, born September 9. 1880. in Weston. Wis. 



228 KINGSBURY GENEALOGY. 

ELLA L., (lauglitvr of Waller ami LDriiida (Ross) Kingsbury. l"irn April 4, 1S4-, i;i Brad- 
ford. Maine; married. Novenilier . 1867. Alonzo HolUuul. of Winona. Wis., wlierc 

they lived. 

ISSUE: 

Critic Alma Jl.ilhiiu/. liorn November 22. iH()8. in Winona. 
I- rani; llnlland. born . in Winona. 

FRANK E., son ..f Walter ami Loruida (R(]ss) Kingsbin-y. born November _'.?. 1S50. in 
Bradford. Maine; married. .Vpril j8. 1879. May Kingsley. of Winon.i, Wis., where 
they resided. He was a merchant. 

They had one son : 

H.\RRY CHESTI-;R. born .\ugust 14. 1880. in Winona. 



LUCAS, son of and ( ) Kingsbnry. born ; married. , Lijla 

Root; resided in .St. .Albans, \ermont. They had several ehildren. One of them was: 

Al\IOS ROOT, born ; married . 



AMOS ROOT, son (if Lneas And Lohi (Root) Kingsljury. born ; married, . 

CHILDREN: 

MOLLY, born . 185^1; married. . Barr Parker. 

OKORCilA. born . 1859; niarrie<l, , Thomas H. Bigger. 

GEORGIA, daughter of .Amos Root and ( ) Kingsbnry, born , 1859: 

married, Thomas II. Bigger; resided in Xenia, Ohio, where he died in 1899. and wdicre 
she still resides. She graduated at Monnionlh ColK.ge, in Illinois, where parents 
resided. 1881. 

ISSUE: 

,l////.v Big^icr, born , 188,?. 

ll'aiiicr Kingsbury Bigger, born , 1S86. 

f ram iS iilica Biggrr. bi>rn . i8<)_'. 



THOMAS, son of and ( ) Kin.gsbury. born . in Canada; mar- 
ried. , and 1 emoved to St. .Albans. Vermont. 

CHILDREN: 

ALDEN N.. born . rdiont 1812, in Can.ada. 

H.VRRY. born ; resided. Kalamazoo, -\lieh. 

Alden was a steward; worked at the Burnet House. Cincinnati. O. ; at the .\stor House. 
New V(.>rk ; at Hotel Brunswick. Boston; ;it the St. James Hotel. Boston, where he died 
in 1880. aged 68. Last known residence of the widow w.is in Boston, 1880, 



ALFRED, son of and ( ) Kingsbin-y, born ; married, , 

CHILDREN: 

.ALl'REI) 11.. born : married. . Hannah Ne\\ell Bnigham. of O.xford. 

Mass. 
ELI SKA, born . 



UNCONNECTED. iig 

EPHRAIM, born . 

POLLY. Iiorn . 

LYDIA. l)nrii . 

Alfred H. wris a K. R. Iraiiiiiiaii ; rt-sidvcl in l'"iii-liliurt; ; had an nncK'. Arcliilaus, liviiiK 
.Slate of Nrw >'iirk. 



ALFRED, s(in of and ( ) Kingsbury, born aI)out 1805. in Oxford. 

Mass.: married, , .Sopliia Lcarneil. 1 le died in Oxford. October 12, 1H7J. 

ClllLDRKN: 

ALFRED IF., bnn- April ,;o. iSj-. 
ALBERT 1... b.irn Deeeniber 2(\ iS.'S. 
ANNE S., bnrn Jnly ;,. lS,(i, 
MARTHA A,, burn .Sr|>lcniber 1, 18,17. 



HON. ASA, son of and ( ) Kin,a:sliury, 1>orn .May 28, 1,806, in Newton 

Heights. Mass.; a merchant and l)anker in Cassopobs. .Mich.; marrieil. first. . 

.\deline M. Fiske. of Newtnn Falls; died. 184J. 

CIHLDRF.N: 

. born . 

. born 



Married, seconcl. . 1844. Fniily Mnnme: died. 1847. No children. 

Married, third. . 1850. M.ary J. Munroe. 

Tlieir eliibln n were ; 

, Ijorn . 

, born . 

. born . 

. born . 

. Iiorn . 

, born . 

. born . 

. born . 

. born . 

. born . 

. born . 

. born . 



Five sons and eight d;ingbters were living (18781. 



ELIZABETH, (Lan.gbter of and ( ) Kingsbury, burn : married. 

.Xngnst 12. 1715. Samuel Titcomb. of Newbm-yport. Mass., a descendant of W'illi.ani 
Titcomb. tlie only one of the name who came to .-Xmerica, 



230 KINGSBURY GENEALOGY. 

HORACE, son of and ( ) Kingsliury. horn , aliout 1794, (had a 

sister or half sister, who niaiiicd a Conlh^. near Akron, Ohio).; married July 20, 1826, 
Dianthe Stiles, a descendant ni jnh Slile^. whi^se wife was one of the two white women 
who first landed on the '■WesiL-rn Reserve. " lie was a jeweler and silversmith. Re- 
moved to Painesville, Uhio. in 1S27, where he died, hetween 1853 and 1857, aged 60 years 
His wife had died .August iij, 1S33. 

CHILDREN: 
HOR.'\CIC, born Seiiteniber ,?o. 1S27: married Aliee James, of Cinenmati, U. He was 

a jeweler and silversmuh. They remo\(.-d lo San Francisco, Cal., where hoth died. 

No children. 
CH.\UNCY STH.ES, horn .May 20, i8,:!i, n. Painesville, (). ; married, . .Mary 

Frances Schenck, of Hamilton O. 
C-VRLOS, horn Fehrnary 27, 18.53; 'lit'd .August 8, 1833. 

CH A UNCY STILES, son of Horace and Dianlhc (Stiles) Kingsbury, born May 26, 1831, 

iu Painesville, O. ; marrieil, , 1852, Mary b'rances Schenck, born September 17, 

1833, in Hamilton, O., third daughter of .\arnn L. and Maria P. Schenck. They re- 
mri\icl frcim Painesvdle, (), to Hamilton, O., in 1852. He wa... ,an expert electrician, 
■.ini\ wii-, a traveling superiritendenl of the Western Union Telegraph Co. He died Sep- 
tember 3. 1838, .aged 27. in ll.amilton, O., where she died November 2,^. 1872. 

They had son : 
\'rH\N()N, born September 18, 1853, in Hamilton, ( )., who eollected a brief ,ind frag- 
menlar_\' history of the Kingsliury name; was an artist cm illustrated papiTS — 
hr.ink Le^lie's and HarperV Weekly — liter ;i p,iintcr, parsing llnough the strug- 
gles lor existence of an :irt student; resided in New ^"ork City (1881). 



IQS- 



THOMAS PEYTON, s,,n .)f llorati.. (a native of Sctland) anil ( ) King 

bury, born , 1826, m M.aryland; married, in 1846, Mary .\delaide Kendrick, of 

the District of Columbia, and went to Califi>rni;i in 1.848. 

CHILDREN: 

THOM.\S PE\TON. horn . 

GEORCiE. horn ; was a Lieutenant in the United States .\rmy. stationed at 

Raderslnu'g. Minitana, iu 1883. Had an aunt. Caroline, livin.g in Washington, 
n. C. and an uncle, Willi:uu, livnig in Kockville, Maryland. There were two 
other Lieutenants Kingsbury in that section, one stationed al Fort .Ma.giimis, 
O.ikota. the other at Fort Buford. Dakota 



THOMAS, son of and ( ) Kingsbury. Imrn .May 2_]. 1821 ; married, 

.April 13, 183(1, llarriit. (kir.gliter of .Azel Hunlinglnn, of Leicester, .Mass.; residetl in 
Spencer, .Mass. 

CHILDREN; 

HARRY HUXTIXtiTOX. born February 18, 1S37. 
.ADDISON, born .\|iril ^s. 1838. 
EDWIN. b<irn December 24. 1840. 



ELISHA, son of and ^laria (Craiu) Kingsbury, born , in Paper Mill Village, 

N. H. ; married, , . Was engaged iu mereanlile business in North 

Liberty, Alercer County, I-'a. ; removing from Eastern Pennsylvania in 1834. She died 
June. 1856. He died May, 1875. 



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Cllll.DUKN: 



CYRUS OSBORN, liuni .hmuaiy 1. iS,?,^; marricil April 5. 1854. CUirissa M. Christly. 
MARTHA A., horn ; iiuurKtl, , Austin Bard; died 1880, Resides in 

Slippery Rock. Pa. 
HARRIP:T a., limn Sei.tcmlK-r 20. 1849; married. May 7, 1868, James S. Wilson, horn 

July ,!i. 1S41, m liiiller. I'a. Reside at Slippery Rock, Pa. Was a private. Co. H.. 

781I1 Keg., Pa. \ .il. hilanlry. Oeloher u, 18(11, to Oelober u, 186). 

CYRUS OSBORN, son of hllisha and .Maria (Crain) Kingshury, horn January 1. 1833. in 
Paper .Mill Village. N. H. Came with his lather, in 1834, and settled cast of the 
mountains in Pennsylvania. ^Married, April 15, 1854. Clarissa M. Christly, horn De- 
cemher 6. 1835. in Centerville. Pa., where the children were horn. Now reside in 
New Brighton, Pa. 

CHILDREN: 

CL.'\.RENCE E., horn .\iiril Jo, 18^5; died June 2,),. 1873. 

EMJNIA J., horn May o, 1857; died l'\-hriiary 18. 1875. 

GEORGE E., born .\pnl Ui, 18(11; unmarried; nuinlier of Co. B., lolh IVnn'a Regt., 

Col, Hawkins; was in serviee .at Maiiil.i. ICnli^lid at New ISrigluon. I'a. 
HENRY PILLOW, (C;iiil.). Iiorn Mareli 27. 1863; hkm ried, Septemher 7, 181JJ, Daisy 

E. Cuhliison. 
LEAH M., horn Augu.st J3- 1865; married, , D. M. Kerr, horn in Mercer Co., 

Pa,; resides in Slippery Rock, Pa. Three children: Ml Helen, hnrn October 

I, 1889, at Red House, W. \'a, ; (2) Fred, born Miireh (), i8()_;, in Centerville; (3) 

Pauline, horn November ig, 1893, in Center\ille, Pa. 
Il.ATTIE MAY, horn November 2, 1867; married, , Stephen E, Leach; resides 

in Red House, W. Va. Two children: (l) Bessie E., horn September 11, 1891; 

(2) Ruth, born July 28, 1894; both, born in Red House. 
FRANK E„ horn Septemher 24, 187] ; unmarried. 
LORE EUGENE, born .August 4, 1874; unmarried. 
EP.VPHRODITUS C, born .August id, 1876; umnarried. 
FLOSSIE JUNE, horn .August 16, 1882; unmarned. 

HARRIET A., d.iuobtei of l•:ll^b:l ;ind .Maria ( Cr.iin ) Kingsbury, horn Seiitember 20, 1849, 
,n Cenlervillr. Pa.; marruM. .M;,y 7. >8(.8, James S. WiLou. bnrii July 31. 1841, 111 
Butler, Pa. 

ISSUE; 

/://,■„ Manah inis,;,. born February 1, 1870; m:irried W J Patterson. Two chil 

dren: Nonnau X'lncent and Lewis Clinton. 
.1/„ry .('/<'/'."''• Ti/.ai/i, horn January n. 1872; >ebool fl'acher. 
luiiw,: Cn-lnuir ll-ilsoii. horn August 2, 187(1; school teacher. 
67(/r<7 .Uii-i- ll'il.uni.-hovn March i.S, 1879; student. 
James GarfichI inison. horn .May 22. 1,881; school teacher. 
Riilli F. inisoii. born December 3, 1883; student. 
Ilunict .lii'irs ll'ilson. born .\pnl 12, 1886; sltideut, 
Sanih Hc-niur ll'ilsuii. born .\ugust 16. 1888; student. 
//,//, )/(/ Clu-^ln- 11 ilsoii. born .M:irch 21, 1892; student, 
HENRY PILLOW (Capt ), sou of Cvrus Oshorn and Clarissa (Christly) Kingsbury, horn 

.March 27 i8(,,, in ; married, Septemher 7. '^Q-'. I^aisy R, Cnhhison, born June 

I, 1867, in ILarrisville, Pa. Me is a druggist, resides in Pittsburgh, Pa, 

CHILDREN: 

PAUL, horn June i, 1893- 

LAWRENCE CUBBISON, horn September 18, 1894, 



I 



232 KINGSBURY GENEALOGY. 

NATHANIEL, son of and ( ) Kingsbniy. liorn . aliont 1763; mar- 
ried, ; resided in Tnnliridge, Vt. ; was a successfnl and enterprising farmer; 

died about i8.(y, aged S6 years. 

CHILDREN: 

DENNIS, born Novemljer 9. 1701, in Tunbridge. Vt. 

IRA. born ; married. : moved to Ohio. 

MORRIS, l)orn ; married. . No children. Died in Rochester, N. Y., 

abont 1S63. 

ACHSA, born : married, . \^'ood^v.•lrd. of Royalton. Vt. 

CAROLINE, born : married, . Cullcn. of White Co., Ind. 

EMILY, born ; married. . Farrer; went to California. 

CYNTHIA, born : married. , Noyes, of Tnnbridge, Vt. 

DI.\NA. born ; married, . Lovejoy. Had two children: H:dsey Lovejoy 

.md bibn L'jvejo)-: resides Des Moines. Iowa. 

DENNIS, son of Nathaniel and ( ) Kingsbury, born November g, I7yi. in 

Tunbridge. Vt. : married, November 14. 1814. Polly Bvickland. He was a farmer. Re- 
moved from Tunbridge to Norfolk. St. Lawrence Co.. N. Y., at an early day. CK.ared 
up a large farm ,nid raised a family of ten children. .She died October 18, i86j, aged 
6,?. He died July 16. 1873, aged 8j. 

CHH.DREN: 

OLIVE, born .\pril 3, iSiO; married. March 21. 1847. Nelson Riggs, of Stockholm. 
N. Y. 

H.XRVEY, born November 14, 1817: married. January 21. 1841. Julia Small, of Norfolk. 

LL'CIA, born June 24, i8ig; married. October 23. 1850. Charles Chamberlain; died 
. She resided in Maciuoketa. Iow:i (1881). 

CELIA A., born February g. 1821 ; m.irried, lirsl. January 3, 1S43, .Sahin Wing; mar- 
ried, second, , Wilson : died . Resided, St. Lawrence Co., N. Y. 

ABIGAIL B.. born October 24. i8jj: married. September 30. 1847, George Skinner, 
of Norfolk, N, Y. 

.ALBERT, born December 5, 1824; married. . 

IR.A S.. born August 26. 1826; married. . 

JNIILO. liorn Jantiary 27. 1830; married. May . 1S81. 

LYDIA. born September II. 1832; married, first. March i. 1855. .\ddison Wing; 
married, second. . B.aldwin ; died . Resides. St. Lawrence Co.. N. Y. 

HELEN JANE, born June i. 1835; died June 10. 1852. 

OLIVE, (kinghter of Dennis and Polly (Buckland) Kin.gsbnry. born April 3. 1816; married. 
March 21. 1S47, Nelson Riggs, of Stockholm, St. Lawrence Co.. N. Y. In December, 
1862, they moved to Alaquokcta, Iowa, where she died , 1865. 

ISSUE (two suns) : 

Rig^^s, born . 

I'^ii;,i;s. born . 



HARVEY, son of Demiis and Polly ( Bnckl.and ) Ringsbury. born Novendier 14. 1817; mar- 
ried. January 21. 1841. Julia Small, in Norfolk. N. Y. After a number of years they 
removed to Watervliet. Mich,, where she died. He died in Hartford. Mich,. October, 
i86g. 

CHn.DREN: 

CL]''MENT. born ; married, ; resided, Monticello, Ind. 

CHARLES, liorn ; married, ; after wife's death resided in Leadville, Col. 



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ABIGAIL B., ilaiightcr nt l)i.iiiii> and Pnlly ( Huoklaml ) KiiiK^liury, l)nni October 24. 182.': 
married. Sipttiiiliir .^ii. 1S47. (Icorgo Skinner, in Ncufcilk. X. \. Moved lo Clyde, 

Jasper Co.. Iowa, lie ^el^^ll in the war. was taken sick, came luinie .md ilied, . 

1865. She resideil in Cnllas, Iowa (1881). 

ISSUR: 

Herbert Skinner, horn . 

.Irlliiir Skinner, horn . 

ALBERT, son of Denni.s and Polly (Bnckland) l\iii.i;slHn> . horn Ucccmhcr •,■ i^-4: iii:ir 

ried. October 10, 1848, . Located at Montieello. Ind. ; wa.s engaged in the W oolen 

Factory hnsiness; connty treasnrer one or two lerms; died October .^o. 1805. 

CHILI)K1-:N: 

IR.V C. born : married. ; resided. KennuHton. Iiid. 

WARREN W.. born : married. ; resided. Weaversville. Cal. 

LOVD, born : resided. Montieello. Ind. 

ALMA, born ; resided. Montieello. Ind. 

IDA. horn ; resided. Monticell.i. Ind. 

IRA S., son of. Dennis and Polly (Buckland) Kingsliury. born ,\ugnst 26, 1826; married. 
Jannary i. 1851. Is a contractor and bnilder. Resided in .Montieello. Ind. (l88[). 

CHILDREN: 

AD.-\ A., horn ; m.irried . Day. of .\nierican h'orks, L'tah. 

BERTOX \V., horn . 

ERWIX B.. born . 



ELEAZER, son of and ( ) Kingshnry. born : married. December 

4. 1744. Alii.gail Eisbu'. d.iiighter of John .and Rebecca I'islur; died .March 1.1. 174.S. 



MOSES, son of and ( ) Kingshnry. horn M.iy .1<). 1802: married. Jannary 

1. 1S27. Sally Fisher, daugluer of .\sa Fisher, of Walpole: dud Jnly J^. 18S4, Resuled 
m West Dedham. He died April 17. 18S8. 

CHII.DKEK: 

SARAH, horn Felnnary 20. 1828; died Jnly .^1. 1842. 
W.XRREN. litirn March 10. i8,;2; resided. West Dedham. 
GI^ORGE, born ; resided. West Dedham. 



SARAH E., danghler of and { ) Kingshnry. horn ; married. 

Dcccnibcr 12. 1862. ,\lbert .\. Fisher, son of .Mien Fisher, born June. 18,57. i'l Needh.nii. 
Was a mechanic. Resided in Needham. where he died .April 11. 1877. 



LEWIS BELAMY, sni of J.ilni and .Anne ( ) Kmg-bnry. horn .May i.;. 17S7. in Blaiul- 

ford. St. Mary's, Dorset, England. He lived for some time at Ringwood (?) (wdiere 
his brother's family lived) prior to sailing from England. May 9. 1819: landed in 
Baltimore. July 6. i8ig. when he married. (.'), nor whom nor where. Re- 
moved from Baltimore to Wheeling. W. Va. ; thence to Cadiz. O. ; thence to Dorman 
Township ; thence to Washington. Guernsey Co., O. 



234 KINGSBURY GENEALOGY. 

They )iad a son : 
THOMAS H.. l)orn ; resided. Mihu-rsville. Ohio (i8So). 



son of and { ) Kingsl)urv, Imrn ; married. 



CHILDREN: 

MARV O.. born ; ni.irried. , Warner, 

E^HLV. born : married. . .Allen. P. .\1. Oberlin, O. 

HENRY D.. born ; resided. Toledo. Ohio. 

O. v.. born : resided. Cleveland. O. 

MARY O., danghter of and ( ) Kingsbury, born ; married. , 

Warner. They had a son. who was pastor of Taylor St. M. E Church, in Cleveland. 
Ohio (iSyg), Kev. T. C. Warner; died iSgS. 



JOSEPH ( 'f). son of and ( ) Kingsbury, born : married. . 

La\ni.i R.iy. Removing from Canada. (Quebec?) took a contract for liuilding a sec- 
tion of the Erie Canal, Was killed by the fall of a tree. 

CHILDREN: 

ABIGAIL, born , 

AMAZIAH. born , 

FRANCES. l)orn . 

ELISH.X. born ; m.arried. first. Diantha Troup; second. .Anna Green, 

LA VINA, born . 

LUCINA. born . 

MARY, born . 

BETSEY, born . 

ELISHA, son of Joseph ( .■') and Laviua (Ray) Kingsbury, liorn , in \'ermont ; mar- 
ried, first. Diantha Troop, of Ottawa. Canada: removeil to Madison. O.. where she 

died. Married, second. . Anna Green, of Madison. O,. and removed to Michigan, 

where he died. Occupation, a farmer. She died. i82g or 30. in Russi-11. O, 

CHILDREN (by first wife) : 

HENRY, Iiorn . 1S2,?. in Ottawa. Canada; married. Celesta Wood. 

ELIZ.ABETH, born May 5, 1823. in Ottawa, Canada; married, November 20, 1S48. 

Parkhurst E. Ponieroy, 
CH.\RLOTTE, born . 1827. in Madison. O. ; married Brainard Childs ; resides 

in Russell, O. 

CHILDREN (by second wife): 

JAMES MADISON, born . 1831, 

.At seventeen years of age entered service on board a whaling vessel, which 
was stranded by storm .uist off the coast of Mexico. On account of disagreement 
with tile mate and to save himself from injury he jumped overboard, w.is picked 
up by a Mexican girl ( PeonJ in a small boat on her way to the vessel to sell 
fruit to the sailors. She secreted him in the bottom of her lioat. took him ashore 
and hid him till the vessel got off. She then got two ponies, took him into the 
interior to her father's ranch, where he worked for three years. At the time of 
the gold fever in California (1849). with two sons of his employer, he went thither 
and was very successful ; and expected to return home, but failing to receive word 



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Inim his parnits (who iiuainvhik' hacl r.ioMil 1.. Wisconsin) Iio n.-tiiiMU-(l to Mexico, 
loaned money to I'orniei' employer, and took mortgage on his properly. The chil- 
dren, after <leath of the father, heing nnahle to redeem the mortgage, he hccame 
owner nf ihe propeity, changing his name lo Don .\1. J'.'rez. .\\ ontlircak of the 
Maximillian war lu- raised a regiment, was m.-ide colonel, and served during the 
war. Returning to his ranch, near S,iu Luis I'otosi, foimd it stripped, and com- 
menced raisiiig stock. .A chance \isit to .San Francisco gave him opportunity to 
learn of his parents, overlie.aring two men at the hotel talking about Madison, O. 
He left his husiness, came to Milwaukee, met his sister, Elizabeth, whom he had 
not seen in twenty-seven years, and another widowed sister. [,ucy, who went back 
w-ith him to superintend his household near .S.ni Luis dliisjio. Cal. 

DI.-XNTHA, born , i8,?_>. in Madison. (), 

\V.-\LL.-\CE, l).irn , 18.M. iu Madison. 

D.ANIEL, born , i8.?6, in Madison. 

CH.KRLES E.. born , 1838, iu Madison: married, . Two children. 

GEORGE, born , 1S40. in Madison. 

FR.ANK. born , 1S42, in Aladison. 

LUCY, born , 1844, in Madison; married, . 

.A.DELAIDE, born . 1846; in Madi.son. 

.ARTHUR, born , 1848, iu Russell, O. 

HENRY, sou of Elislia and Uiantha (Troop) Kingsbury, born , 182,1, in Ottawa. Canada; 

married, , Celesta Wood, of Drydcu, Tompkins Co., N. Y. Occupation, a car- 
penter. Disappointed iu expectation of property from an luicle. and thrown on his 
owu resources, he removed from Madison. O., to Madis.in. \Vi^.. where he married, 
afterwards to Mihv:uiKee. w liere he died in 1838. Slie <lied in 1802. 

They liad son : 

CHARLES EDWIN, born November i, 1852, iu Johnstown, Wis.; married. January .^r. 
1872, Catherine Olivia Seeberg : resides in Milwaukee. 

ELIZABETH, daughler .if Elisha and Diantlia (Troop) Kings], nry. born May -,. 1825; 

married, November 20, 1848, Parkhurst I-:. I'nuicroy. He ilied January 1,1. 1893. .She 
resides in Milwaukee, Wis. 

ISSUE: 

Id,: R. roiiicroy. born June 7. 1S57: married. September 2t'i. 1878. Isaac Holmes. 
Murv C. Poiiwroy. born September I. 1850: unmarried; resides, Milwaukee. 
Miir'tlia J. Poiiicroy. Iioru March 21, iSfii : married. January 1, 1887. William M. Davis, 
born Deccmlier. i860, iu Fenton. Mich.: is Traveling Engineer .Atlantic Refining 
Co.. Pittsburgh. Pa. Three children : (i ) .Mice Martha, horn i88g. in Racine. 
Wis.: (2) Marion Ida. born 1891. in Milwaukee, Wis.; (3) Harry Pomeroy. born 
1896, in Pittsburgh, Pa. 

GEORGE, son of Eli.sha and .\nna (Green) Kingsbury, boru ; married. . 

CHILDRICN: 

GEORGE, born . 

ALICE, boru . 

LUCY, daughter of Elisha .and .Anna (Green) Kiugsliurv. born ; married 

]l^, ,ii^.|l, . Widow went to California. 

CHARLES EDWIN, ^on of Henrv and Celesta (Wood) Kingsbury, born November i, 1832, 
iu luhuslowu. Wis.; uKirriol January ,V. 1872. Catherine Olivia Seeberg, of Mil- 
waukee Wis., born Aiiril 14. iS.s4. '" Christiana, Norway. Occupation, a locomotive 
en<^inee'r. Removed to Harvard, 111., in 1872; returning to Milwaukee in 1884. 



236 



KINGSBURY GENEALOGY. 



CHILDRKX: 



WILLIAM HENRY, burn May 2. 1873, in Harvanl, 111; unmarried; resides in Mil- 
waukee. Wis. 

CHARLES EDWIN, born August 11, 1874; married. . Esther Olson; resides 

in La Crosse, Wis. 



JOHN PORTER, son of Hezekiali and ( ) Kin.nsbury. born ; married. 

; died 1884. 

CHILDREN: 

EUGENE HEZEKIAH. born ; resides, Bartlett. N. Y. 

LILLI.VN. born ; married. , J. F. Grossman; resides. .Syraeuse, N. Y. 

EM( iGb'.Nl'".. linn-i ; resides. Syracuse. N. Y. 



. son of and ( ) Kin,c;sliury, born . niarrieil, , 

Upson. 

Tbey had a son ; 

. l)o;n ; married. . Naney Kennedy, born March 24. 17S7; 

; died 18,53. 

CHILDREN: 

HENRY KENNEDY, born . 1S21 ; was twice married; his first wife drowned 

in route New Yi.rk to New Orleans. His -.ecoud wife, a Mrs. Lang, of 

BulTalo, where he resided in iSy3. 

J.\NE. 2006723 ( ?), born ; married. . Crooker. 

A SON. lioru ; married. . They had daughter, Nancy Oizelia. who mar- 
ried a Worden. fallier of W. T. Worden. formerly of Anderson, Ind. 

HENRY KENNEDY, son of and Nancy (Kennedy) Kingsbury, born , 1S21 ; 

married, first, ; married, second, , Mrs. Lang. 

CHILDREN (by first wife) : 

WILLI.VM PERRY, born April 6. 1850; married. April 27. i860. Emma Smith. 
DALTGHTER. horn ; died infant, in New \ovk. 

WILLIAM PERRY, son of Henry Kemi.'dy and ( ) Kingsbury, horn April 6. 

1850; married, April 27. i8('g. Emma Smith, born January 12. 1849. in Hamilton Canada. 
Went from Hamilton to Buffalo. 1851. Died 1S78 ( : ), Mrs. K. resides in Franklin. Pa. 

CHILDREN: 

WILLIAM PERRY. Jr.. horn February 18. 1870. in Buffalo. N. Y. ; married, Jtine 

12, 1894, Myra Davis. No children. Is Secretary .American Drilling Tool Co.. 

in West Virginia oil field. 
EDW.\RD AUGUSTUS. l)orn Octo1)er 13. 1871. in Buffalo. N. Y. ; married. October 

3. i8i)i). Sarah Frances Baxter. Imrn December 24. 1872. in Hornellsville, N. Y. 

He is Commercial Manager of the Empire Portland Cement Co.. Warners. N. Y. 

Resides in Syracuse. N. Y. 
GEORGE W., born October lu. 1874 ; died .August 6, 1875. 



UNCONNECTED. 237 

ASA, --oil of Asa and I^olly ( l^'osU-r ) Kint;sl)iiry, lH)rn . in Turin Townsliip, Louis 

County, N. V. ; married. . 

CHILDREN: 

JAMES HERBERT, born : resides, Minneapolis. 

A DAl'CHTLR. born : married C. .\l. Reed, and resides in liuUe. Montana. 



GEORGE, son of and ( ) Kingsbury, born ; married, . 

Ferguson. Removed from Conncclieul to New York State. 

CHILDREN: 

LE\'I FERUL'SON. luirn Deeemi)er _'?. 1.SJ4. in Boonville. ()nei<la Co.. X. \'.: mar 

ned. , Juditb .\n Urowne. born January. iS.^i. in I'eaeliam. \'l. He cbed 

June. 1878. His widow resides in Galion. O. 
ALBERT, 1)orn . 1839: married. . Elizabetb Jones, born 1848. of Dayton. 

O. He died July. 1881. aged 42. His widow married Beck; resides in 

Galion, O. 



,jt .J* J- 
MISCELLANY. 

(3* *^ *^ 



MISCELLANY. 



Will of Snliimoii drain. Ci ivinlry. 175/. 
IiiveiitDry M.nrli K). i/.S/. signed by 

Ebcmzcf Kingsbury. 
Jabez Edgcrton. 
Elias Kingsbnry. 



ELIAS KINGSBURY: 

Marriuil, (tclnln-r d. 17711. M"lly (iowcii. nf BcrwicU. 



DEACON ASA KINGSBURY, of Netdham : 
Married, Jnne 26, 1801). Esther Daniel 



1S44. R. I, Inslitiilr n! Insirncticin organized, and HON, JOIIX KINGSIU'KY was first 
rresidenl. Held offiee eleven years. 



Copps Hill Bnrial (iround. Boston. 



Capt, Sainnel Nichcls 

and 

MR. JESSE KINGSBURN'S 

Tomb. 1825. 



(-MO 



242 KINGSBURY GENEALOGY. 

Rev. George Edward Vernon, 

Grosvenor Place. Bath. England. 

First wife, Miss KINGSBURY, daughter of 

ARCHDEACON KINGSBURY. 



WILLI. \M JOSEPH KINGSBURY: 

•Married Caroline Louisa Georgiana Sophia, daugliter of Rev. Henry Edmund, 
fourth son of Hrst Earl of Bradford. 



From Early Connecticut Marriages: 
Lebanon. DR. KINGSBURY'S servants: 

CufT and Phillis. Deceniljer i, 1748. 

Thompson. EBENEZER KINGSBURY (676?): 

.\nd Widow Mary Cabot. November 2(). 1769. 

Plainfield. RACHEL KINGSBURY (668?) : 

-\nd John Dclop. November 2S, 175J. 

Mansfield. EUNICE KINGSBURY: 

An<l Josiah Reed. January 2, 1755. 



GEORGE KINGSBURY: ,>i Si. Louis. :\Io. (jof.616?): 

Married. Septemljer ^^o. 1851J, Anieli;i Denison. daughter of Leonard, born January 
5. iSaS; resided. Sacketls Harlxir. N. Y. 

They had one child : 

HENRY L.\Y KINGSBURY, bcrn Nnvemlier _'S. 1S60; died December 10. 1865. 



CYRUS JUDSON KINGSBL'RY, .son of Nathan and ( ) Kingsbury, born 

February 9. iS.w, ni .Mslead, N. II.; died .\pril 4. 18S0. 

Married, first, December 6, 1827. Polly Fletcher. 

Married, second. November i. 1853. Thir/a Boynton. nf Sullivan. N. H. ; went 

to Gilsum, N. H.. 1879. 



Widow of Jiibn Hay ward remembers in will of September 5. 1683, proved ^lay 29. fol- 
biumg, son Thiinia'.; ,-miiI Sam'l .Mdrich greb. .Mar\ D. d of said Thomas grch Sar:di West- 
brook d ol her d Sarah: d Sarah Woodcock: and il ESTHI'.R KINliSBURY. 



.\DDISON KINGSBURY. n..i ,,f Kingsbury parents, born , 1849, in the Sandwich 

Islands, and named for the late Rev. Addison Kingsbmy. D.D.. at that time of 
Putnam. Ohio. 



MISCELLANY. 243 



EUNICE KINGSBURY, of .\nicslniry, .Mass.: 
Married, .April i(). i67cS, James White. 



ELLA S. KINGSBURY: 

Married, July 4. 1S/4. Ur. Jacnl} Walter L5eaii. burn Jmie 7. 1855. son of William 
Taylor and Sarah D. (l'\-lch.) Bean, of .Sutton; resided, Medford, Mass. One 
child, Charles F. (Bean). 



MARY S. KINGSBURY, (1.1903?), born July 4, i8,v. in Soutli Coventry, Conn.; married, 
September u. 1861. Hon. John Crockett Sanborn, born .\ugust 26, 183J, in San- 
bornton : .\. B. Bovvdoin College, 1857; resided in Lawrence, Mass. Assl. Int. 
Rev,, City Solicitor and Representative. 

ISSUE; 

Kiiiiisbiiiy Saiihani. born I'eliruary 10. 18(1,5; married Delia Patten; reside. River- 
side. Cal. 
Jiiliii Crockett .Stiiilun II. Ijoni Ueeeniber 1. i8()8; reside, Lawrence, Mass, 

I'aiil A'. Saiihurn. born .\Iarcli u, 1870; died . 1879. 

Mary Kiiigslmry Saiil'uru. born May lO. 187J; reside, Lawrence. .Mass 
Everett Walker Sinil'oiii. lioin February -J. 1878; reside, E.' Tiltou, X. H. 



ELLA A. KINGSBURY; 

Married in Fredonia. N. Y.. .\(lonn;iiii Jiids.ai, son nf .\brain and .\mauda 
(Slocum) Wright, born February 28. 183J; died in Fredonia, N. Y., in 1865. No 
children. 



- KINGSBURY; 
Married Sarah, daughter of Lenuiel ami (Danfi>rth) Pratt. 



S.ALLY KINGSBURY, <laughter of William (.^gS?) and .Mary ( ) Kingsbury, born 

December 17. 1802. in .Alstead. N. H. ; married. October 20, 1846, Daniel Fuller, 
of Hudson, where he died. Removed, ,\lstead to Gilsum. 1879. 



MARY KINGSBURY, of Boston; 

Married, March 22. 1823, Josiah .Meriam. Jr.. of Concord. .Mass. 



244 KINGSBURY GENEALOGY 

JESSE F. KINGSBURY: 

Married (second husbaiu!) Mary, born April 7, 1815. daughter of Eliphalet Osgood, 
of Bncksport, Elaine. No children. Her first husband was William Stephens, of 
Richmond. Va. Four children. Lived in West Ro.xbury. 



WILLL^M W. KINGSBURY, born June 4, 182S. in Tonanda, Bradford Co., Pa.; bred a 
farmer; emigrated to Minnesota in 1855. Elected to ilinnesota Legislature. 
1856-7; also a delegate to ,35th Congress. 



JOHN KINGSBURY: 

Married, .Xpril 30, 1846, Catherine Treat, born May 28. 1796; died November 6, 
1858 (g. s.). 



WILLIAM KINGSBURY, of Bradford: 

^Married, Kate, daugliter of George W. and Lois (.Walker) Treat. 



Sanuiel .Vllen Stillman. son of Sanniel and Mary ( Kiii^sluiry) Stillman, a farmer in Enfield; 
married Mabel Treat. 



WILLIAM KINGSBURY, Gent of Bungay, Suffolk; buried in Marybone Church. Lon- 
don, 1788. 



- KINGSBURY and W. T. Clements: 
Married Sarah and Lydia, twin daughters of Daniel Gates, descendant of Stephen 
Gates, of Hingham and Lancaster, ilass. 



UR. THU.M.KS KINGSBURY, of .\nglesea St.. Dublin, .me nf the executors of Dr. Claudius 
Gilbert, \'ice Provost Trinity College, Duliliu. 171O-1735. who died. October, 1742. 



Will of Thomas Wellman, date. September 20. t8i4, with two codicils, .M,iy iS. 1824. :'.iid 
May 21, 1824, proved March 0, 1829; the executors name<l in the first codicil, Richard .-Vsh, 
THOMAS KINGSBURY, Rev. Wm. Rooker. 



AilSCKI.I.ANV. 24S 

In will of William Wade the c-Ukr •<( I'.ilili-^ion in SnlVdlt; and in tlic diocese of Norwich 
clothier IJ Fehrnary I5qq. prdved ,?i (Jiinlur lOoo. 'I'd William my son * * * [ leave 
my house and land uhieb I Ixmulit of Wll.l.IAM K I XI iSl'.L'RN' '>f Lammishe (l.aniniarshe) 
in Essex to descend accnnlinii l" the cu-lnm of tlie manor. 



From Calendar of Stale I'aiK-rs. Domestic Series: 

1656 1655— 1656. 

_\]iril I. 

The foil.. unit; Ant;nunlatinns I.. Ministers by the Trnsiees for Ministers ajiproved and 
In he [laiil : 

I'o the Minister at Marden Hereford £50 per ammm. 

North Common " 20 

Bicknaller Somerset 50 

Kl\'(;s^.^K^■ ■ .^o 2 w 

Approved 5 April. 
1657. 1657-1658. 

Dec. 3. 

K1^■(.SBL'K^ .Middlesex besides JO 1 allowed 

before -'O o o 

Letters arid papers relating tn llie Xavy. 

Fell. . 

1659 — 1660. 

% of bills due John Shorter and AUCl'STLS Kl \( ISIU'RV for oak liniher delivered 
in the stores at Deptford and Woolwich, 
total |S3)£ 14s jd. 

Council of Slate Days proceedings. 

165,? 165.'— 1653. 

June 10. 

17. Tlie power given to Sir William Roberts, by order of March 23 from the Committee 
for Plundered Ministers, to provide a godly minister fnr the church of KlNC.SHl'RV co 
Mi<ldlesex. for ,1 months, and to pay him for that time, lo he enntinued In him 6 months 
longer. 

1656. l6.S5— 1656. 

May 5- 

2. .Approval of angmenlation by Trusteo for .Mnuslers of juL to the mnnster of 

KINGSBURY' Middlese.N. .Vupinveil in person 



Town Clerks of Waterbury. Ct. 

T7gv JOHN KINGSBURY. 
iSij. JOHN KINGSBURY. 



(_)ne of the .Medical Men of the Revolution. 
ASA KINGSBURY. Conn.. Surg. Mate, 



/ 



/ 



246 KINGSBURY GENEALOGY. 

Grantee and claimants of Xarragan.et Tp. No. i. ,u,w tlie town of Buxton, Maine Ser- 
vices ni Kings Phillip's War. 

f''-iiitfe- Claimant. 

Thomas Kingsby.* Deacon JOSEPH KINGSBURY, 

A soldier tmder Lieut. Eenj. Lovett. 
''Assignment of wages oj — 04—04 

And to Thomas Kingsliury Haverhilllowne 01 — ij — 04 



JEREMLMI KINGSBLR^-. Jr.: 

Probably married (intention, September 30. 1757) Abigail, daughter of Eleazer 
and Mary (Avery) Fisher, son of Eleazer and Mary (.Pennina) Fisher, born March 
8. 1737- 



NATHANIEL KINGSBURY: 

Married. September 2. 1762. Hannah, dau.qhter of Eleazer and Mary (.\very) 
Fisher, born November 28. 1742. 



Lydia. daughter of Henry and Azub.ib (KINGSBURY) Ellis; m:irried. April 26, 1821. 
James Fisher. 



R. KIN(~,SBURV. a LinUenant in the British Army; killed in battle of Plattshurg, Sep- 
temlier 6. 1814. 



S.\MUEL KINGSBURY, a prominent citizen of Brockport. N. V.; died December. 1855. 



"Irish Marria.ges." i77[-iSr2. 
MISS KINGSBURY: 

Married. July. 1704. Charles Montague Ornisbury. 



Bridget Winthrop married Roger Alabaster, of Hadlcigh in Sut'folk. brother ( ?) of Mar- 
garet, wife of HENRY (3) Kingsbury (?). 



RACHEL KINGSBURY, born about 1739: 

Married Elijah Learned; resided in Charlton. Mass.. and died February 25. 1S13. 
aged 74 years. 



MISCELLANY. 247 

RUTH BALLARD KIX(;SBL'RV. of Uudley, dausliK-r ..f JOXA KIXGSBURV (who .Ik-d 
January 6. 1S19), lioni March 3. 1792: 
Marrii'il. Knvcnihor 2.^. 1812. Riifi's Lt'ariKii. 



\V1LLL\M KINGSBUin'. ,.f Charleston, Mass.. dird Jnno. 1S7.': 

Married. Sept(,'nil)er u. 1859. Fidelia llapaodd Bipelow. Iiorn May. i. 1S1.4. 



- KINGSBURY: 

Married (second lnisl)and). . Minerva Bigelow. horn Mareli 20. 1832. (She 

married, first. Oclolier ^o. tS.so. .Miel Lea). 
Their cliildren were: 

.\ son. born December 31. 1S51 : died infant. 

A dangliter. Iwirn Mareli 27. 185—; died J.-mnary Ji. i860. 

A son. horn .•\n,s>iist 14. 1S56: dieil Deceniher J/. 1850. 



JOEL M. KINGSBURY ; 

Married. September 14. 1847. Sarah Maria, daughter of Deacon Barnet and Sarali 
(• ) Pol.-nd. of Northhoro. \'t.. horn May 2. i8j.': died March 2, 1879. 



WILLIAM KINGSBURY. horn 1744 ; died 1818; dissenting minister; horn Bishopsgale 
St.. London. July I J. 1744; son of Thomas Kingsbury, died 175.3- Intimate friend 
of John Howard, the philanthropist; also of John Xewton. the intimate of 
Cowper ; was a strong supporter of the movement that developed into the Lon- 
don Missionary Society; married, in 1768. daughter of Mordecai Andrews, an in- 
dependent minister of London. Resided in Southampton. England, where children 
were born. 

CHILDREN: 

\\1LLL\AL horn . 

THO.MAS. born . 1777 : married. — ■ — . 

WALTER, born . 

MARY, horn . 

SAR.^H. born ; married. . Jameson. 

FRANCES, born . 

THOMAS, son of William and (Andrews) Kingsbury, born . T777: married. 

, : died 1854. 

CHILDRKX: 

THOM.\S LUCK, horn . 1822; married. : became a clergyman of the 

Church of England and Canon of Sarum ; wa.s a learned student of Hebrew. Greek, 
Latin and German. Resided. Coomhe Bissett Vicarage, Salisbury. England, .bed 

1899- 

ANNE MANDELL. horn . . 

WILLIAM JOSEPH, horn . 182C; for years a civil engineer; still hviii.g. 

MARTHA, horn — ; unmarried; resides Gkniffer. Hollington Park. St. Leonards- 

on-Sea. 



248 KINGSBURY GENRAI.OGV. 



FRANKLIN KINGSBURY, lioni N..v.-iiilicr i. i.Sjg. in Bustun ; iiiarncl, June 8, 1854. Elk-n 
Maria I'm-.!. Imrn Si_-|)ti'Ui1n-r 1,1. 1S37. He died April 2~ . 18(10. 

Tliey had .son ; 

F.DWARD REYNOLDS, of Landsownc, Pa., horn March 7. 1855. in Boston; married. 
AFay 2.?. 1881, Mary Allyn Clarke, born Oclohcr 8. 1S5O. in New York. 

They had sun : 

MAURICK DUNKERIE, horn October 26. 1882. in Bangor. Maine, 



SYBIL KIXGSia'RV. was second wife of Roswell l^hner. horn July 10. 1784. They lived at 
Cl.-.reniiiul, N, H.. and at CenterviUe, Iml lie ilied Se|itiuihi'r 28. 1856. 



CVRl'S KIX(;SBL'RV. mendier Class 1840. Marietta Colleso. 
JOHN P. KIXGSBL'RV. member Class 1840, Marietta College. 



HON. J. J. K1NC,SBUR\ married Elizabeth Jane Ham; resided, Brisbane. Queensland. 
1 1.1-. four ehildren. 



(hlhertus lie Kynesherie June I .^oo inslitiitus in nieihalnte. church of St Peters in Kings- 
bury. 



The name of John de Kingesbiuy is on the cnnrt rolls nf Caxton .Manor in Little Cornard 
helween 1369 and 1414: W'dliam Kyngeslmry also m 1412: 



In 1517 there was a Thomas Kyn.geslmry. .Archdeacon of St. .Mbans. Hertfordshire, 



Thonia'., Juseph. James and .S:inuiel Kingsbury took the oathe of allegiance to his majestic 
and hdelitic to ye cnuutrie Novendier .^8, 1C77. 



DAVID KINGSBURY, nf Webster. M.ass.. married. November 21, 1857. at Thompson. Conn., 

Satira Raw sun, 

CHILDREN: 

ELMER C„ horn . 

ELLEN L.. born ; died infant. 



MISCKI.I.ANY. 249 

ALBERT E. KINGSBURY, of Holbrook. Mass., married. Juno. 25, 1890, Mira IsaKl Morri- 
son, born NovimlH-r 14. it^V- 



CAROLINE M. KINC.SBUjn'. marriciL .Inly 26. 1867. John Brown Cliapman, son of Cil.nan 
ClKipnian. of Biilul. .Maine, horn M.irch 14, 1843. s. p. 



CH.ARLES C. KINGSBl'RN'. of Boston, married Urusilla. daughter of Winlhrop Cliapman. 
born June 12. 18.32. 



JOSIAH KINGSBURY, of Boston, married. Fehrnary 2. 182,?. died Jnne 21. 18.32. Mannah 
Cl.ipp. hoin .\ngust i.S. I70<). daughter of Nalli;iniel and llann.ih. 

CHILDRI'.N: 

MARTHA B., born January 12, 1834 ; married, January 4. 1852. Andrew Sunnier. 
CAROLINE .AUGUSTA, born November 14, 182.S; married. September g, 184.S. John 
H. Sumner. 



M.\RILL.\ KINGSBl'RY. ni:;rried George Bates Glover, born February, 5. 184.3. Was enrolled 
in U. S. scrviee in 1862. for nine mouths. 2.3rd Reg. Maine Vol. 



- KINGSBURY, was first wife of Reuben ("dover. scmi of Catherine, born in i;86; 
his second wife was Catharine Tufts. 



J 1:1. KINGSBURY (Rev.). Bradford, Mass., has recently resigned from a thirty-five year 
pastorate: was a member of Exec. Com. of Mass. H. M. Society, and also of National 
H. M. Society, and for more than twenty-live years Treasurer of Br.idford .-\eademy. 



i\lR5 KINGSBURY, of Dorchester. Alass. : 

Married. . Josiah Foster, son of John and S.ir.ah (Jacobs) Foster, born 

April 1. 1872. 11. id one son. died inf.iul. Resided. Dorchester. 



MRS SUSANNAH KINGSBURY, of Sturbrid.ge. Mass.: 

Married. November 27, 1806, Smith Foster, son of Fletcher and Lonis(a) (Smith) 
F"oster, born November 24, 1777. 



2SO KINGSBURY GENEALOGY. 

MYRON C. KINGSBURY: 

Married, , McLennan : killed at Waco, Texas. July .30, igoo. 



"Those who 'take .stock' in the trans-atlantic heirships, and in 'the family associations' 
organized for the piirpo.sc of securing the rights of American heirs, seem quite blind to 
the legal difficulties which hedije ;, round these dormant estates; and also quite ignorant of 
the fact that any claims to them, and their accumulations, are — if the case is one of any 
antiquity — long ago outlawed liy the limitations of time." 

Hand I'ook of Gciicalugy. /■. 15. 

Our inheritance is sure — "Ix thou faithful unto death and I will give thee a crincn of 
life." 



Amended Records 2I2I and 20712. 

POLLY, (Mary) daughter of Samuel Rust and Ruth (Steele) Kingsbury, born June 7, 1786; 

married, fust, , 1809, Ozias Benton, born 1781, died 1816. Had four children. 

three of whom died infants. 

Edzvin K. Bentun.. born , iSu, in Tolland. Conn. ; died, 187S, in Warehouse 

Point, Conn. 

She married, second, , 1S18: died 18,32. (as second wife) of .\lphcus Bdlings. 

horn February ig. 1780. in Somersville. Conn. (Billings .Mills), where he died in 1867, 

having married a third time, .\ugust l85.(. . Taylor. His Inst wife was .\bigail 

Meacham. wdio had four cliildren : 'i) Theodore, married a Todd, had four children; 
(2) .-\nn. married a Field, one child; (.?) Dolly, married Timothy Rogers, of Quincy, 
111., three children: William had six ciiildren. Thaddeus married Annie Harver. had 
eight children. Edward married Ella Payne, had son. .'Xrchie Billings Rogers; (4) 
Harriet, married James Chaffee, three children: Theodore, Edward married, first, Mary 

, second, Nettie . .Arthur. Edward had two chiMren : Edward. .Aline. 

married Dr. Arthur Shrady. 

By second marriage Polly (Mary) had seven children: 

Randol/'h nillinf,s. born ; died. . aged T2 years. 

George Billings, born . 1821 ; iiiarried. , Amelia A. Field. He died 1865. 

Had three children : ( 1 ) Randolph. m:irricd Lomirc ( ? ) Davis, and had Josie, and 
Alice, who married Mayor Keeney, and had Robert, born 1S77, Grace, Rockwell and 
.Alice, all living; (2) John, married Ella . had two sons; (3) i\Iary. mar- 
ried a White. Iiad one son. 

Mary .t. Hillings, born . 1823; died , 1824. 

James Mortimer Billings, born . 1825. in Somersville, Conn. ; married. , 

1846, in Feeding Hills, Mass., Julia Root Holmes, daughter of David and Sophronia 
Root Holmes, born April 10, 1827; died January 7, 1899. He died .April 14, 1869, 
in New York City. Seven children: (i) Julia Sophronia. born 18 — , in Philadel- 
phia: married, 1S7— , .Albert Gillespie, of New York City, son of James Gillespie, 
of Chicago. She died 1876. He died 1900. Their children were. .Albert, died 1876: 
Frecierick. born 187.3, A\ed 1875; Julia (Kettce), born 1875: married. 1000. William 
B. de Haven, of New \'ork City. (2) James .Archibahl, horn 185.3, in Philadelphia, 
Pa. : married 1880, Emma C. Hathaway, daughter of James Hathaway, of Brook- 
lyn. N. Y. One child. Mary Hathaw\ay Billings. (3) Mary (Minnie) Louise, born 
1856, in Philadelphia ; married, 1882, Irving Howard Brown, son of Edwin Brown, 
New A'ork City. Five children: Helen, born 1883, Howard, born 18S4, died 1884; 
Harold, born 1886; Percy, born 1890 ; I\Larion, born 1892. (4) Charles Kingsbury, 
born 18(10 in I^hiladelphia , mr.rried, 1883 (?), Mary E. Alden, daughter of David 
.Alden. Sever, children: .Alden. born 1885. died 1885; Kingsbury, born 1885: Alar- 



MISCELLANY. 251 

garcl, li.ini 1SS7: Mal.lc, l.oni iSXS; Jiilia. Ixnn 1S90; Elizabclli, Im.iii iSijj; J,,lin. 
burn iS()8. (5) Jcamiic Francis Billings, born 1863, in IMiiladclpliia ; niarrial. 
1888, Jnlius Hubbcll Scymonr, son of Henry Scynionr, St. .Mbans, Vermoiil, born 
1856. One danf>liter. Susan Ilnbbell Seymour, born March u. 1889, in New York 
City. (6) William lulward Billings, born 1866, in Orange, New Jersey; married, 

lyoo, Florence nioomfield, daughter of Bloomlield, New ^■orl< City. (7) 

Harry Mortimer Billings, born i8(jg, in Somcrsvillc, Conn. : married, 1898, Fnel ( ?) 
Black, daughter of Joseph Black. Cleveland, O. One daughter, Fanny Josephine 
Black, born 1900, in New York City. 

Mciry fiillliigs, born , 1S27; died , 1829. 

I'luiUi-s Billings, born , 1828: died , 1829. 

Join- l-raiicis Billings, born August , 1831 ; married, . 1854, Theodore .\1. 

(■iiwdy: resides in Somersville. Ccjiin. 

.\meiuh-il recoid 207 J4. 

RUTH, daughter of Samuel Rust and Ruth (Steele) Kingsbury, liorn July 7. 1790; married. 
March 24. 1812, Alvin Benton, born May 21, 1786, of Warehouse Foinl, Conn. 

ISSUE: 

Nelson Bi-iiluii. born ; married Ellen Demuson Steele. He died [S(>— . They 

had two children: Thomas, married, , had tuo children; .\lliert, married 

Fanny . has one child. 

Betsy Benliiii. born ; died 187 — . 



Following record of Jolui and descendants received loo l.'ite for entry in place on page 

1 5.1 : 

(X-.5-I I -77-274-684-2061 -201 10) 200605. 

JOHN, son of Asa and Lurena (Hartshorn) Kingsbury, born ; married, , Rhoda 

Cornelia Bates, resided in Utica, N. Y., wdiere he died. . She died in Portland, 

Oregon. 

CHILDREN: 

2005550. JULIA, born ; luimarricd ; died, . 

2005551. aXNDREW B,\TES, born ; married, hrsi, Harriet ; .second, Su.san 

Diston. 

2005552. HEZEKIAH, born ; married. . Komaldia .\. Ile.nli, 

2005553. SOLOMON B.\TES, born ; unmarried: resides, Hmuboldt. Kansas. 

200SSSi'A- STEPHEN, born ; unmarried; died, . 

2005554. JOHN T., born : married, , Annie .'\dams. 

2005555. CELES1TA C, born ; married, . H. Crcgo. 

2005556. GEORGE, born ; died, infant 

2005556;-,- LEWIS M., born ; died, . Utica, N. Y. 

2005557. DELOS DEVINE, Ijorn ; resides N(..rth Yakima, Wasliin.gton. 

2005558. .^LMA AUGUSTA, born : married, , William Dent. 

2005559. MARY LURENA. bom ; m;irried. .March 6, 1870. Warren Raimey. 

(x-3- 1 1 -77-274-684-2061 -201 10 200605 ) 200555L 

ANDREW BATES, son of John :uid Rhoda Cornelia (Bates) Kingsbury, born ; niar- 

,-i^.,l ; first, Harriet. ; second. , Susan Diston, resides in Chicago, 

Illinois. 



252 KINGSBURY GENEALOGY. 

Cliiklrcii (by first wife) : 

J0055010. EDWIN L., born ; resides, Hamilton. N. Y. 

(By second wife) : 
LA MOTT, born ; married, ; resides, Hamilton. N. Y. 



2005501 1 
20055012, 
20055013 
20055014 
20055015 



CLINTON, born ; died, 

CLARENCE, born ; died, - 



LULU, born ; resides, Chicago. 

GEORGE, born ; died, . 

(x-3- 1 1 -77- 274-6S4-2061 -201 10-200605) 2005552. 



HEZEKIAH, .son of John and Rhoda Cornelia (Bates) Kingsbury, born. ; married. 

, Romaldia A. Heath. They resided in Little Falls, N. Y., where both are buried. 

CHILDREN: 

20055020. EDW.ARD H., born ; married, ; had one daughter, Gladys, resides 

witli lier father, who is Mayor of Little Falls, N. Y. 

20055021. CH.ARLES, born ; married, ; resides, N. Y. City. 

20055022. JOHN McLEAN. born ; married. ; resides, Schenectady. N. Y. 

(X-3-11-77-274-684-2061-201 10-200605) 2005554. 

JOHN T., sun of Jolin and Rhoda Cornelia (Bates) Kingsbury, Ijorn. ; married, , 

Annie .Adams, who died, . He resides in Norlli \'.d<ima, Washington. 

CHILDREN: 

20055040. CL.ARA, burn . 

20055041. ZETTA, born . 

20055042. JOHN, born . 

( X-3-1 i-77-274-()S4-206i-20i 10-200605 ) 2005555. 

CELESTIA C, (laughter of John and Rhoda Cornelia (Bates) Kingsbury, born ; mar- 
ried, , H. Crego, wlio died . They ha<l one daughter. Celestia, born. ; 

married. . 

(x-3-1 1-77-274-684-2061-20110-200605) 2005558. 

ALMA AUGUSTA, daughter of John and Rhoda Cornelia (Bates) Kingsbury, Iiorn ; 

married, , William Dent, reside in Portland, Oregon. Five children. ( r ) Mabel 

Clare, born, ; married, ; resides, Skeaguay. Alaska. (2) Rachel Sue. 

(3) Hawthorne. (4) John. Died. . (5) Margaret. 

(x-3-1 1-77-274-684-2061-201 10-200605 ) 2005559. 

MARYLURENA, daughter of John and Rhoda Cornelia (Bates) Kingsbury, born February 
28, 1852; married. March 6, 1870, in Mohawk. N. Y. Warren Ranney, born September 
3. 1846 ; resides in Mohawk. 

ISSUE: 

Alma May Raiiiicy, born December 25. 1S70; married October 4. 1893. Edwin Corning 

Quackenbush. 
Myron 11'. Ranney. born September 16, 1872; died, infant. 
Warren K. Ranney, born February 16. 1876; unmarried. 
Ernest Louis Ranney, born August 6. 1878; married. September 13, iSgg. Edith Leona 

Shoemaker. They have daughter Alma May, born August 26, 1900. 
A son, Ranney, born November 28, 1881 ; died September 5, 1882. 
Earle K. Ranney, born May 7, 1887; unmarried; resides, Mohawk 



MISCELLANY. 253 



"Gratitude is the fairest blossom wliicli s]iriiigs frcmi tin- sciiil : and tin- lu'arl of man 

knoweth none more fragrant." 

Hearty thanks are due and tendered (asiik- fnmi llidse written herein), especially to 

mcnihers of "allied families." who have interested themselves to contribute much infi>riuation 

which will add to the value of this volume as a book of reference. 

I will be very grateful to the subscribers and those who have occasion to cnnstilt this 

book, if they will note and report errors to the compiler, who begs to subscribe himself — 

\'ery truly your servant, 

JOSEPH ADDISON KINtiSBUir/, 

938 Peim Avenue. 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 
E. & O. E. 



254 



KINGSBURY GENEALOGY. 



A LITTLE DIRECTORY OF KINGSBURYS. 

Though many of my father's dales are quite old. and in some instances residence changed, 
I have found them serviceable, as may other searchers, in locating and connecting with their 
proper family, many of my "unconnected." 



A St. Louis. 

Aaron Boston, Mass., 

Abel Chapin East .-Xlbany, 

Abraham Kingsbery . . . . New York, 

A. C VVatkins, N. Y., 

-A. D Boston, Mass. 

Addison Jersey City. 

Addison Boston, Mass.. 

Addison Mumford. N. Y.. 

.•Adelaide E No. Fairfax. Vt.. 

.■\delbert D Omaha. Neb.. 

Adin Toledo, O.. 

Aclnlpli H Towanda. Pa., 

A. E New Haven, Conn., 

.*\. J Lowell," Mass., 

.\- J St. Louis, 

•Albert New York, 

Albert, Prof. . . . . Worcester, Mass., 

Albert B New York, 

Albert E Sioux City, la., 

Albert G Des Moines. la.. 

Alfred T Akron. O., 

-Algernon S Chicago. 

.Alonzo Tacoma. Wash.. 

A. M Philadelphia, 

A. M Cincinnati. O., 

A.N Hillsboro. III. 

Andrew Warren. Mich.. 

.Andrew B Chicago. 

.Andrew B Vicksburg. Mich.. 

.Amia Philadelphia. 

-\nna H. (wid.. Charles), Philadelphia, 

.Annis Salt Lake City, 

A. O., Mrs Boston. 

.Aristns .Austin . . Chagrin Falls, O.. 

■Arthur Buffalo. 

.Arthur Trenton. N. J., 

.Arthur E New Haven, 

-Arthur P Des Moines, la., 

.Ashby L Washington. D. C, 

.Atwood. M Philadelphia, 

.Augusta C, Miss . . Rochester. N. Y.. 

-Augustus I Chicago. 

A. W Yonkers. N. Y., 



897 Balietta Kingsberg New York, 

897 Baptist Minister .... Milford, N. Y., 

880 Belle, Miss Lockport, N. Y., 

8g8 Benjamin Lapeer, Mich.. 

883 Benjamin B Defiance, O., 

897 Benjamin C. Maj Spokane, 

895 Bradford E Kingston, Mich., 

897 Burt O New Haven, Conn.. 

Burton Minneapolis, 

880 Burton H White Pigeon, Mich.. 

897 Burton L Burlington. Kan., 

900 Butler D Detroit, Mich., 

yoo Byron Oak Park, Chicago, 

900 Byron H Sioux City, la., 

897 

897 Calvin Wilder Quincy, Cal., 

898 Caroline (wid.. Noel) . . New York. 
900 Carrie Salt Lake, 

898 Celeste H. (wid., Arius N.). St. Louis. 

899 C. F Buffalo. N. Y., 

896 C. H Pittsfield, O., 

897 Charles Brooklyn, 

899 Charles Chicago, 

900 Charles Toledo, O., 

898 Charles Yonkers. N. Y., 

879 Charles Rochester, N. Y.. 

879 Charles -A Cleveland, O., 

891 Charles B Springfield, Mass., 

899 Charles C Boston, 

899 Charles E Boston, 

8g8 Charles E Scranton, Pa., 

900 Charles E Milwaukee, 

897 Charles E., Jr. . St. Louis. 

897 Charles F Boston, 

901 Charles F Cleveland, O., 

900 Charles F Boston, 

899 Charles G Cincinnati, O., 

897 Charles H Cincinnati, O., 

896 Charles Horace . . . . Rochester. N. Y.. 

897 Charles J Alliance. O.. 

900 Cliarles L Cincinnati. O.. 

90U Charles L Cincinnati. O.. 

899 Charles M New York. 

898 Charles M Oneida. N. Y.. 



898 
891 
900 

899 
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900 
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897 
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900 
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897 
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Charles S Denver. Col., 

Charle."; S. King.'ibery . . .Atlanta, Ga.. 

Charles W St. Cl.]n<l, Minn., 

Charles W St. Panl, Minn.. 

Charles \V Buffal.), N. Y., 

Charlotte F. (will.. F.lisha G.). 

Springfield, Mass., 

Clarence Providence, R. I., 

Clarence Providence, R. I.. 

Chester Taylor, Rev. . . Alliance, O., 

Clarence R HolyoUe, Mass., 

Clayton Warren. Pa.. 

C. R Toronto, Ont.. 

C. R Waukegan, 111., 

C. W Buffalo, N. v., 

Cyrns Osborn . . New Brighton, Pa., 

Daniel D Mason, .Mich., 

Daniel S Providence, R. I.. 

Daniel W New York, 

Darius St. Louis, 

David Salt Lake, 

David B Ravenna. O., 

David L Chicago, 

David L St. Paul, 

David P Salt Lake, 

Delia, Miss Cleveland. O., 

Donald B Boston, Mass.. 

E. Dana Scranton, Pa., 

Ed. L. .Arkansas City, Kan., 

Ednunul \\" Boston, Mass.. 

Edson J Chelsea, Mass., 

Edward Chicago, 

Edward Buffalo, N. Y.. 

Edward .-\ugnstus . . Syracuse, N. Y., 

Edward .\ Springfield. Mass.. 

Edward C. & Co. . . Providence, R. L, 

Edward F Scranton, Pa., 

Edward M New York, 

Edward P Scranton, Pa.. 

Edward R Philadelphia, 

Edward S Boston. Mass., 

Edwin Kingsbcry . . . . Atlanta. Ga., 

Edwin C Chicago, 

Edwin H Worcester. Mass.. 

}.-. H Cleveland. O., 

Elbert Kingsbcrry . . Memphis, Tenn.. 

£]j Holden, Maine, 

Elias T Baltimore, 

Elisha A Fitchburg, Mass.. 

Eliza (wid.. Wibani) Alliany. 

Elizabeth (widow) .... San Francisco. 
Elizabeth (wid.. John) .. Alliance. O.. 
Elizabeth (wid.. Herbert) .. New York. 



SyO Elizabeth B I loneoye Falls. N. Y., 

807 Eleanor. .Mrs London, Eng.. 

89.! Ella, .Miss Toronto, Out.. 

900 Ella E., Mrs Providence, R. L, 

got! Rimer Ravenna, O., 

Emanuel Brooklyn. N. Y., 

y°" Emerson R New Haven, Conn , 

°'J- Emily (widow) .. San Francisco, Cal., 

^'■>- l-.mily A Leroy, N. Y., 

y"' Emma Buffalo, N. Y., 

' 'J Emogene Syracuse, N. Y., 

'ff E. P Ogedensburg, N. Y., 

"- Emory Kingsbery Derby, Vt., 

'^" Kstlur (wid.. Benjamin). Bradford, Pa., 

' '' E. T Creston. Iowa, 

'J"" Ethelbert B Ravenna, O., 

o Eugene E Ravemia, O.. 

899 

J, ^ Eugene H Bartlett, N. Y., 

o o Eugene T Chicago, 

y_ Eva (wid.. Frederic W.). Milwaukee. 

„ Eva, Miss San Franci.sco, 

h/ra \V Clncago, 

890 F. E Ravenna, O.. 

900 Fannie E Seattle, 

S97 Flando B Omaha, Neb., 

899 Florence (wid.. Robert) .. New York, 

897 F. N Chicago. 

Frances M. (wid.. Theodore .'\.), 

Sgfj Spokane. 

got I-'rancis Providence. R. I., 

897 Fr;.ncis G Chicago. 

8q7 Fr.-iucis H New York, 

899 Frank St. Louis, 

goo Frank San Francisco, 

goo Frank .\ Dover, N. H., 

900 Frank B Fitchburg. Mass.. 

892 Frank B Providence, R. I., 

89g Frank 1) Providence, R. I.. 

Sg8 Frank E Cleveland. O., 

899 Frank E Cleveland, O., 

898 Frank 1 Spokane, 

897 Frank T Erie, Pa., 

897 Fred B Dedham, Mass., 

899 Fred B Worcester, Mass., 

goo Frederic London, Eng., 

8gg Frederic London. Eng.. 

900 Frederic H Scranlmi. I'.i,. 

S81 Frederic J Waterbm-y. Conn., 

897 Frederic J., Jr. Albany. N'.X Y., 

896 Frederic J., Jr. . . . New Haven. Conn., 

893 Frederic L Clifton Springs, N. Y., 

S')7 Frederic M Boston, Mass., 

igoo Frc<lerick Cleveland. O.. 

1898 Frederick' .'\ Richmond. Ind. 



1900 

!897 
1900 
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2S6 



KINGSBURY GENEALOGY. 



F. VV 

Frederick W. 



. . Kansas City, igoo 
Cortland, N. Y., igoi 



G, D New Haven, 1897 

George Washington, D. C, 1857 

George Chicago, 1899 

George, Lieut. U. S. A., 

Radersburg, Mont., i88j 

George, Lieut. U. S. A., 

Ft. Buford. Dak., 

George, Lieut. U. S. A., 

Ft. Maginnis, Dak., 

George Toronto, 1900 

George Xenia, O., 1900 

George Buffalo, 1900 

George Bufifalo, 1900 

George A Tacoma, 1900 

George A Boston, 1897 

George A New York, 1898 

George C Roxbury, Mass., 1897 

George D Braintree, Mass., 1897 

George F Minneapolis, Minn., 1897 

George H Boston, Mass.. 1897 

George H New York, 1899 

George H Buffalo, N. Y., 1897 

George I Springfield, Mass., 1900 

George L Springfield. Mass., 1900 

George N Providence, R. L. 1892 

George N., Jr Providence, R. L, 1892 

George O Providence, R. I., 1900 

George P New York, i8g8 

George Q Somerville, Mass., 1897 

George S Scranton, 1899 

George S Denver, Col., 1896 

George W Evansville, Ind., 

George W San Franci.sco, 1897 

George W Salt Lake, 1897 

George W Troy, N. Y., 1900 

George W Xenia, O., 1900 

G. Frank Alliance, O.. 1900 

G. M Buffalo, N. Y., 1900 

Grace, Mrs Springfield. Mass., 1900 

Gustavus F Boston, Mass., 1897 

Marrict E Worcester, Mass., 1900 

]^]arry Dover, Del., 1894 

Harry E Boston, Mass., 1897 

Harry F Boston, Mass., 1897 

Harry H Seattle, 189S 

Harry J Scranton, Pa., 1899 

Harry K Milwaukee, 1900 

Harry W Scranton, Pa., 1899 

j-Javcr Cincinnati, O., 1900 

H. D Springfield, jNIass.. 1900 

H. D Livonia, N. Y.. 1901 

Helen, Miss Chicago, 1899 



Helen A., Mrs. . . New Haven, Conn., 1900 

Helen S. (widow) . . San Francisco, 1897 

Hcman K Pavillion, N. Y., 1880 

Henry A Scranton, Pa. 1899 

Henry B. Kingsberry . . Toronto, Ont., 1900 

Henry D New York. 1898 

Henry K Buffalo, N. Y., 1900 

Henry I'enfiled Donaldson, 

Redlands, Cal., 1901 

Herbert Boston, Mass., 1897 

Herbert D Boston, Mass., 1897 

Herman L New York, 1898 

Hiram Boston, 1897 

Howard Philadelphia, 1900 

Howard C Chicago, 1899 

Howard L Troy, N. Y., 1900 

Howard T New York, 1898 

Hidiert M Oakland, Cal., 1897 

Ira Brooklyn, 1898 

Ira S Monticello, Ind., 1881 

Isaac Kingsburg New York, 1898 

Isabella Baltimore, 1897 

J. A Yonkcrs, N. Y., 1898 

J. A., Rev Boonton, N. J., 1882 

James Springfield, Mass. 1900 

James Leadville, Col., 1897 

James Brooklyn, 1897 

James London, Eng., 1897 

James, Jr Brooklyn, 1897 

James G Indianapolis, 1900 

James L Indianapolis, 1900 

James T Milwaukee, 1879 

Jane Kingsberry (wid., David), 

Toronto, Ont., 1900 

Jane Kingsberry (wid.. James), 

. ." Toronto, Out., 1900 

Jane Kingsburgh (wid., John), 

Indianapolis, 1900 

Jane (wid., Charles), Brooklyn, N. Y.. 1898 

Jay Syracuse, N. Y., 1900 

J. 'b Yonkers, N. Y.. 189S 

J E Chicago. iSgg 

Jesse St. Louis, 1897 

Jessie East Peckham, Eng., 1879 

Jessie D Washington, D. C, 1897 

J. Herbert Minneapolis, 1900 

J. L Cleveland, O., 1900 

John Albany. N. Y.. 1893 

Manufacturer "Kingsbury Patent Sleighs, 
the finest in the world." 

John Brockport, N. Y., 1900 

John New York City, 1901 

John C Peoria, 111., 1891 



DIRECTORY, 



257 



John E Cliicago, 1899 

John H Ravenna. O., 1901 

John F IndianapoHs. igoo 

John H Indianapohs. igoo 

John H Chicago. 1899 

John H Peoria, 111.. 1891 

John H Washington, D. C, 1897 

John H New Haven, 1897 

John H New Haven, 1900 

John James London. Eng., 1897 

John L Denver. 1896 

John Lyman Hamilton, Mo., 1882 

John M Boston, Mass., 1897 

John P Salt River. Mich.. 1901 

John R Boston. Mass., 1897 

Jolni T N. VaUima, Wash., igoo 

J(.hn W Chicago, 1899 

Joseph Ripon. Wis., 1879 

Joseph No. Fairfax. Vt.. 1880 

Joseph Kingsbery . . . . -Atlanta, Ga., i8g7 

Joseph C Salt Lake, 1897 

Joseph J Buffalo, N. Y.. igoo 

Joseph T Salt Lake, 1897 

Joseph W ; . . Salt Lake, 1897 

Judith .A. (uid., Levi F. ), Gallon O., igoi 

Julia A.. Mrs Cleveland, 1899 

Julia B. (wid.. John R. ). 

New Haven, Conn., 1900 

Khalil Salt Lake, 1897 

Kingsbury & Co. London. Eng., 1897 

Kingsbury & Turner . . London. Eng., 1897 
Kingsbury Block , . . . Sandusky, O.. igoo 

Kingsbury House St. Paul, igoo 

Kingsbury Place Land Co., St. Louis, i8g7 
Kingsbury Run Block, Cleveland, O.. i89g 
Kingsbv Mathilda (wid.. -Xnion). 

. " Seattle. 1898 

LaiTner D Brooklyn, N. Y., 1898 

Leander Milan Ravenna, O.. igoi 

Lemuel D Denver, Col., 1896 

Lester L Baltimore. Md., 1897 

Lewis E Boston, Mass., 1897 

Lillian Kingsberry .... Toronto, Ont., igoo 
Lillian V.. Miss . . . . Denver Col.. 1896 
Lizzie (wid.. Wiliam). Louisville, Ky., 1900 

Lorenzo D New York. 1898 

Lovica (wid., Stanford), Detroit, Mich., 1898 

Lm-y Yl Minneapolis. 1897 

Lyman Whitingham, Vt., 1880 

Lyndon W Minneapolis, 1900 

Mabel Kingsberry .... Toronto, Ont._, 1900 

Mabel I Spokane, 1900 

Maniie Siou.x City, la., 1899 



Margaret St. Louis. 1897 

Margaret (wid., Asa) . , Minneapolis, 1900 
Margaret (wid.-, Thomas), Troy, N, Y., igoo 

Mar^h Detroit, Mich., i8g8 

Marshal Toledo, O., igoo 

Martha 

(ileniffer. Hollington Park, 

St. Leonards-on-Sea, England. 1901 
Mary (wid. Charles) . . . . Chicago, 1899 

Mary C, Mrs Chicago, 1899 

.Mary V... .Mrs Milwaukee. 1879 

Mary O. ( wid.. James A.). 

New York, 1898 

.Mary I New York. 1898 

.Mary (). (wid.. Jesse F.) .. Boston, 1897 

May Scranton, Pa.. 1899 

M. F.velyn St. Louis. 1897 

Michael Kingsbery . . . . New York. 1898 

Milan M Ravenna, O.. 1901 

Milo Ruby Valley. Mo., 1881 

Milton 1) Syracuse, N. Y.. 1900 

Mitchell Brooklyn. 1898 

Mitchell H Jersey C, 1895 

Moses Brooklyn, 1898 

Mowry S Boston, Mass.. 1897 

Myron C d. Waco. Te.\as. 1930 

Xahuni Alexandria, hid., igoi 

Nancy (wid.. John) .. .. Indianapolis, 1900 

Nath.m C Duluth, Minn.. i8g9 

Nathan C Columbus, O.. igoo 

Nellie Buffalo. N. Y.. 1900 

Nettie I... Mrs Chicago, 1899 

Norman J Cleveland, O., 1899 

North & Kingsbury . . Rochester. N. V., 1900 

Manufacturers the "North King" 
Bicycles. 

Oliver Elmira, N. Y., 1883 

Oliver R Elmira, N. Y., 1883 

O. M Hales Eddy. N. Y.. 1898 

Orange Kingsberry . . Kansas City. Mo., igoo 

Otho B Chicago, 1899 

Otis D T Ravenna, O., igoi 

Philo Oak Park, Chicago, 1899 

Ralph E Worcester, Mass., 1900 

Robert J Indianapolis, 1900 

Robert N. Kingsberry . . Indianapolis, 1900 

Robert S Xenia, O., 1900 

Roscoe Omaha, Neb.. 1897 

Rose Kingsberg New York, 1898 

Roy H Spokane, Wash.. 1900 

Rufus B Philadelphia. 1900 

Russell H Waco. Te.xas. 1900 



258 



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Sallic J. (wid.. I'liincas) .. Akron. O.. 

.Samuel Alliance. O.. 

Samuel Cliicago. 

Samuel Detroit. Mich., 

Samuel New Haven. Conn.. 

Samuel Seattle, Wash., 

Samuel Kingsherry .... Toronto. Ont.. 

Samuel King.'^berg New York. 

Samuel Kingslierg New York. 

Samuel B Seatle Wash.. 

Samuel D Indianapolis. 

Sarah B Detroit. Mich. 

Sarah F. (with. William H.). St. Louis. 

Sarah J. (wi..l.. William). 

New Orleans. La.. 

S. B Boise City. Idaho. 

Selden H Scranton. Pa.. 

Seymour H Milwaukee. 

Solomon Brooklyn. 

Solomon S Salt Lake. Utah. 

Sophia Brooklyn. N. Y., 

Susan C. Kingsberry. Kansas City, Mo., 

Susie M San Francisco, 

Theodore Bryant , , Wilmington, N. C. 

Thomas Boston, 

Thomas C Indianapolis, 

Thomas M Indianapulis. 

Thomas V Washington. D. C. 

Vernon New York. 



897 
901 
899 
8g8 

897 
S98 
900 
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898 
898 
goo 
89S 
897 

897 
900 
899 
900 
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897 
898 

897 
897 
S90 
89- 
900 
900 
S97 
881 



W" Brooklyn, 1898 

Walter E .. Brooklyn. 1898 

W. G London. Eng.. 1882 

Wilhert E Toronto. Ont., 1900 

\'\'illard C Chicago. 1899 

Willard iJ San Francisco, 1897 

Willard K St. Louis, 1897 

William Brooklyn, 1897 

William Kingslierry . . . . Philadelphia. 1900 

William A So. Boston, 1897 

William F St. Louis. 1897 

William F Boston! 1897 

William G Fitchlnirg. Mass.. i8g6 

William H Milwaukee, 1900 

William H Bufifalo, N. Y.. 1900 

William H Albany, N, Y., 1893 

William H New Haven, Conn.. 1900 

William H. S Worcester. Mass., 1900 

William J Buffalo, N, Y., 1900 

William J Washington. D. C. 1897 

William J Chicago. 1899 

William J Buffalo, 1899 

William P Covington, Ky., 1900 

William S CoKimhus, O.. 1900 

William S Omaha, Neb., 1897 

William S Boston, Mass.. 1897 

Willis A So. Framingham, Mass., 1897 

Willis V St. Louis, Mo.. 1897 

Wirt M St. Louis. Mo., 1897 



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