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Full text of "The Pickering genealogy : being an account of the first three generations of the Pickering family of Salem, Mass., and of the descendants of John and Sarah (Burrill) Pickering, of the third generation"

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REYNOLDS HISTORICAL 
GENEALOGY COLLECTION 



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THE 



PTCKERING GENEALOGY 



BECSQ AS ACCOlUn: OF THE 

jTtrst Cijree (fenerations 

OF 

THE PICKEEING FAMILY 

OF SALEM, MASS., 

AND OF THE DESCENDANTS OF JOHN AND SARAH (BURRILL) 
PICKERING, OF THE THIRD GENERATION. 



BT 

HARRISON FTJ.F.R,Y 

AND 

CHARLES PICKERING BOWDITCH. 

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Vol. in. 
Pages 773-1284. 



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1897. 



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NINTH GENERATION. 

1. IX. 2 Julia Bryant [Maiy A. 1. VIII. 3], born in Boston. 

1. IX. 2. Charles Jackson Paine, her husband, born in Boston. 
Residences : Boston and "Weston, Mass. 

General Paine, H. C. 1853, was prepai-ed for college at the Boston 
Latin School. He studied law with Rufus Choate, and was admitted to 
the bar in 1866 ; but it does not appear that he ever practised much, ha\-ing 
given his attention chiefly to large railroad enterprises. He has been a 
director in several companies. He served in the civil war, entering as 
captain of Company I, of the Twenty-second Massachusetts Volunteer 
Infantry, Oct. 8, 1861. He became major of the " Eastern Bay State Regi- 
ment," of the Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, Jan. 14, 1862, and colonel 
of the Louisiana Second Volunteer Infantry (white), Oct. 25, 1862. At the 
siege of Port Hudson, in May, 1863, he commanded a brigade, and was 
severely wounded. In March, 1864, he became volunteer aide-de-camp to 
General Butler, in the department of Virginia and North Carolina, and par- 
ticipated in the battle of Drury's Bluff, Va. He was appointed brigadier- 
general of United States Volunteers, July 4, 1864, and commanded the 
colored division of the Army of the James. He was brevetted major-general, 
Jan. 15, 1865, for meritorious and valuable services. He participated in 
the expedition against Foii Fisher, was afterwards with Sherman's army 
in North Carolina, and was in command of the District of Beaufort, S. C. 
He was mustered out Jan. 15, 1866. He is a companion of the first class 
of the Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States. 

General Paine, however, is best known as a yachtsman, his reputation 
not being confined to this country. From earliest boyhood he took an 
ardent interest in yachting, and became a master of yacht designing and sail- 
ing. In 1877, he purchased the " Halcyon," and so improved her that she be- 
came one of the fastest sailing crafts of her kind. In 1885, General Paine 



774 THE PICKERING GENEALOGY. 

was one of the syndicate that built the "Puritan" to defend the cup won 
by the American sloop " America." He was also at the head of the com- 
mittee which sailed the " Puritan " in the races of that year in which she 
defeated the English sloop " Genesta." In 1886, he built the "Mayflower," 
which defeated the "Galatea," and, in 1887, the "Volunteer," which suc- 
cessfully defended the "America's" cup against the "Thistle." In Feb- 
ruary, 1888, the New York Yacht Club, of which General Paine is a 
member, in recognition of his triple successful defence of the " America's " 
cup, presented him a silver cup commemorating his victories.^ 

General Paine is a son of Charles Cushing and Fanny Cabot (Jackson) 
Paine. For his relationship and ancestry see under the head of his brother, 
Robert Treat Paine [51. VIII. «5^7-2], on pages 695-696. See Ancestkt 
Tables f • 

1. IX. 3. Joh.n Rose Lee [John C. 1. VIII. 11], born in Boston. A 
treasurer. Residence : Brookline, Mass. 

On graduating at the Salem Latin School, Mr. Lee entered Harvard 
College; but he left his class in May, 1843, for a business life, beginning in 
the office of John L. Gardner [53. VII. 303], in whose employ he went to 
Calcutta. He was at different times engaged in business in Bombay, and 
in Valparaiso, and was also a member of the firm of Messrs. Cummings & 
Lee, in the East India trade. 

He served in the army during the Rebellion, as lieutenant and quarter- 
master of the First Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, May 25, 1861. He 
resigned from the service Aug. 3, 1861. 

He was a resident of Salem until about the year 1865, when he moved 
to Roxbury, Mass. In 1888, he removed to his present residence. 

1. IX. 3. Lucy 3Iaria Howard, his wife, born in Boston. 

Mrs. Lee is a daughter of Benjamin and Harriet (Lang) Howard, of 

* Boston Evening Transcript of Oct. 5 and 6, 1887 : Harvard University in the "War 
of 1861-1865, by Francis H. Brown, pp. 67-68 ; the :Nrilitary Order of the Loyal Legion of 
the United States, Register of the Commandery of the State of Massachusetts, p. 101 : 
Massachusetts of To-Day. p. 236, with portrait ; and Appleton's Cyclopaedia of American 
Biography, Vol. IV. p. 631. 



mNTlT GEXERATIOX. 775 



Salem. Her ancestry includes the following- families : Howard, Pitts, 
Skinner, Woods, Ashby, Felt, Wilkinson, Andrews, Bonfield, Bradstreet, 
Dean, Daniell, Prince, Ruck, Spooner, BufFura, Lang, Ruck, Derby, Hil- 
man, Youngs, Budd, Williams. See Ancestry Tables ^. 

1. IX. 4. Marianne Cabot Lee [Jolm C. 1. YIH. 11], bom in 
Boston. 

1. IX. 4' Samuel Undicott Peabody, her husband, bom in Salem. 
A banker. Residences : Salem and Boston. 

Mr. Peabody, whose early education was obtained in Salem, entered 
Harvard College ; but he remained there only one year, and then went to 
sea in one of his father's ships. Soon after his return, he formed a co- 
partnership with Franklin Curtis, under the firm name of Curtis & Peabody, 
with their headquarters in Boston. They engaged in the India and China 
trade, owned many ships, and continued business for many years. In 1871, 
ilr. Peabody removed to London with his family, and became a partner of 
the banking firm of J. S. Morgan & Co. He remained there eight years, 
and then returned to America. He bought the estate formerly owned by 
his father, called " Kernwood," in Salem, and it was his intention at this 
time to retire from business ; but he was induced to accept the position of 
director in various moneyed and industrial enterprises. Among these was 
the American Loan and Trust Company, of which he afterwards became 
president, a position which he still holds. 

Mr. Peabody has never engaged in public aff'airs further than to serve 
as captain of the Salem Light Infantry. He is very fond of country life, 
and passes the greater part of the year at " Kernwood."^ 

He is a son of Colonel Francis and Martha (Endicott) Peabody, of 
Salem. His father was a merchant and large ship-owner. Catherine EUca- 
heth Peabody [53. VII. 303'] was his aunt; Joseph Augustus Peabody [54. 
\^I. 309] was his uncle ; John Endicott [5^ VII. 34'] ^vas his granduncle ; 
Eliza Endicott Peabody [53. VIII. 614] """as his first cousin ; Mary Peabody 
Sears [51. IX. lOoO] was his first cousin once removed; Fanny Peabody 

' ilassachusetts of To-Day, p. 290, with portrait. 



776 THE PICKERING GENEALOGY. 



[1. X. 131 is Lis niece ; and Jacob Crowtunshield Rogers Peahody [17. X. 
3121 is his nephew. His ancestry includes the following families : Pea- 
body, Foster, Perkins, Knight, Smith. Momll, Maverick, Harris, Burnap, 
Pearson, Walton, Blanchard, Hassell, Hubbard, Merriam, Rice, King, 
Brown, Vinton, Endicott, Felton, Tompkins, Endicott, Jacobs, Frost, 
Waters, Tompkins, Putnam, Hutchinson, Bos-worth, Cutler, Leach, Flint, 
Putnam, Hutchinson, Bosworth, Bacon, Richardson, Giles, Putnam, Porter, 
Hathome, Perley, Peabody, Foster, Osgood, Clement, Putnam, Hutchinson, 
Bosworth, Cutler, Hutchinson, Bosworth, Gedney. See Ancestet Tables ^f. 

1. DL 5. George Cabot Lee [John C. 1. YIII. 11], born in Boston. 
A banker. Residences : Boston and Newton, Mass. 

Mr. Lee was a member of the class of 1850 of Harvard College, 
but left Cambridge before graduating, to enter business. The degree 
of A.B. was confen-ed upon him by the college in 1894. Mr. Lee is 
sub-manager of the Union Safe Deposit Vaults, and is a member of 
the firm of Lee, Higginson, & Co., of Boston. He has been connected 
with this firm for more than forty years, and his father was one of its 
founders. 

1. IX. 5. Caroline Watts Haskell, his wife, born in Boston. 

Mrs. Lee is a daughter of Elisha and Alice (Hathaway) Haskell, of 
Boston. Her ancestry includes the following families: Haskell, Nye, 
Hathaway, Smith. See Ancestry Tables ^j. 

1. IX. 6. Harriet Rose Lee [John C. 1. VIII 11], bora in Salem. 
Residence : Salem. 

Miss Lee is actively connected with various charities, and is well known 
in Salem for her good works. For several years she has been one of the 
trustees of the Danvers Insane Asylum. 

1. IX. 7. "William Paine Lee [John C. 1."\T;II. 11], born in Salem, 
died in Boston. A banker. Residence : Boston. 

Mr. Lee was not engaged in active business at the time of his death. 
He had spent some time in Calcutta, and for a time was the head of the 



NINTH GENERATION. Ill 

banking house of Lee, Danforth, & Co., of Boston, and a member of the 
Bodton Stock Exchange. 

During the late war he was a lieutenant on Governor Andrew's staff.^ 

1. IX. 7. Hannah G-reely Stevenson, his wife, born in Boston, 
died in Newton, Mass. 

Mrs. Lee was a daughter of J. Thomas and Hannah (Hooper) Steven- 
son, of Boston. Ancestry Tables ^. 

1. IX. 8. Kose Smith Lee [John C. 1. VIII. 11], bom in Salem. 
Residence : Newton, Mass. 

1. IX. 8. Leverett Saltonstall, her husband, born in Salem, died in 
Newton, Mass. A lawj-er. Residence : Newton. 

Mr. Saltonstall, H. C. 1844, LL.B. 1847, spent two years in Europe, 
and, on his return, he entered tlie law office of Messrs. Sohier & Welch, of 
Boston, where he completed his legal studies. He was admitted to the bar 
in 1850, and continued in the active practice of his profession until 1862, 
when he retired and devoted himself to agricultui-e and various trusts. He 
was interested in military affairs, and, in 1854, was appointed on the staff 
of Governor Emory Washburn, with the rank of lieutenant-colonel. Mr. 
Saltonstall was naturally of the political opinions of his father, who was a 
Whig. He believed that a cIa^I war would follow the election of Abraham 
Lincoln, and was for that reason one of the most earnest of the founders of 
the Constitutional Union party. He became chainnan of the State Central 
Committee; and, in 1860, he became a candidate for Congress, not only on 
the Constitutional Union, but on the Democratic ticket; but he was not 
elected. The Democratic party continued to nominate him for that office, 
but always with the same result. Fi-om this time Mr. Saltonstall acted 
with the Democratic party. He was a war Democrat, was very earnest in 
liis convictions, and made speeches on Boston Common and in Tremont 
Temple to encourage enlistment. He presided at two or three State con- 
ventions, and continued to take a strong interest in public affairs. In 1876, 

' Boston Evening Transcript of Nov. 15, 1888, and the Salem Gazette of Nov, 16, 
1888. 



778 THE PICKERIXG GEXEALOGY. 

he v\Ti3 Commissioner for ^lassachusetts to the Centennial Exposition at 
PhiUiilelphia. From that year to 1888 he was an overseer of Harvard 
College, and was elected, in 1889, for another term. On Dec. 1, 1885, he 
was appointed, by President Cleveland, Collector of the Customs for the 
Port of Boston, which position he held until Feb. 1, 1890. He was one 
of the earliest and most valuable members of the Massachusetts Reform 
Club, and one of its acting vice-presidents. During his public career he 
ahvays persisted in holding high standards of public duty. Under all cir- 
cumstances, whether in matters religious, political, or social, he acted and 
spoke from the deepest convictions of duty. 

Mr. Saltonstall was much interested in agriculture, and devoted much 
time to it. He was one of the trustees of the Massachusetts Society for 
Promoting Agriculture. He also had a decided taste for historical studies, 
and was a member of the Massachusetts Historical Society, the New Eng- 
land Historic-Genealogical Society, the Colonial Society, and the Bostonian 
Society. He was a trustee of the Perkins Institution for the blind, and a 
member of various other societies. Dm'ing the last year or two of his life 
he devoted his time to completing a genealogy of his family.^ 

Mr. Saltonstall was a son of the Hon. Leverett and Mary Elizabeth 
(Sanders) Saltonstall, of Salem. His father, H. C. 1802, was eminent as 
an advocate, Speaker of the House of Representatives, President of the 
State Senate, member of Congress, the first mayor of Salem, and an over- 
seer of Harvard College. Charles Sanders [-44. VII. 219] was his uncle ; 
Catherine Sanders [50. VII. 27S'] was his aunt; and William Gitrdon Salton- 
stall [1. IX. 12'\ was his first cousin. His ancestry includes the following 
families: Saltonstall, Kaye, Gurdon, "Ward, Edmonds, "WainviTight, Cook, 
Leverett, Fisher, Sedgwick, Middlecott, Wiiislow, Chilton, White, French, 
Gilman, Clark, Treworgye, Sliapleigh, Pliillips, Sargent, Appleton, Ever- 
ard, Emerson, Symonds, Read, Brown, Greenleaf, Jaques, Knight, Whipple, 
Reyner, Sanders, Curnev, Skilling, Robinson, Haraden, Ingersoll, Smith, 
Glover, Eliot, Mouutfort, Curwen, Herbert, Winthrop, Forth, Read, Tyng, 

1 Harvard College Class Book for 1844, pp. 10r,-107; One of a Thousand, by John C. 
Rand, pp. 531-532; Boston of To-Day, edited by Edwin M. Bacon, p. 380; and Massachn 
setts of To-Day, p. 206, with portrait; also Boston newspapers at the time of his death. 



NINTH GENERATION. 779 

lllkius, Gutch, Miles, Derby, Hilnian, Hasket, Langdon, White, Metcalf, 
Hint, Johnson, Maverick, Harris. See Akcestby Tables ^. 

1. IX. 9. Francis Henry Lee [John C. 1. VIII. 11], bom iu Salem. 
A man of leisure. Residences : Salem and Petersham, Mass. 

Mr. Lee is one of the most active and public-spirited citizens of Salem, 
nnd has done much for its intellectual and musical advancement. He has 
been an active member of the Salem Fraternity ; and through his energy 
tlie library has been raised to over six thousand volumes. He is a member 
of the Essex Institute, and has devoted much time to historical and genea- 
logical pursuits, for which he has a decided taste. He is also a member of 
the New England Histoiic-Genealogical Society. At his summer home, 
Petersham, Mass., he has been instrumental in erecting a building for a 
library ; and he is still engaged in its adornment, and in making additions of 
books. In 1868, he organized the Salem Oratorio Society; and by his aid 
tins society has been able to produce some of the finest concerts in the 
country. He has also for many years been a member of the choir of the 
North Church. 

He enlisted as sergeant, Oct. 1, 1861, in Company F, Twenty-third 
Regiment of Massachusetts Volunteers, and was mustered out in Boston at 
the end of three years' ser\-ice. 

1. IX. 9. Sophia EiJgell Willson, his wife, born in Grafton, Mass. 

Mrs. Lee is a daughter of the Rev. Edmund Burke and Martha Anne 
(Buttrick) Willson, of Salem. Her ancestry includes the following families: 
Willson, Dunlap, Matthews. Johnson, Morse, Putnam, Holyoke, Stockton. 
Hale, Fuller, Richardson, Trask, Putnam, Bigelow, WaiTen, Flagg, Livev- 
mnre, Mead, Warren, Barron, Smith, Knapp, Tidd, Wood, Spring, Bartlett, 
Cutting, Converse, Champney, Marshall, Learned, Fanning, Mason, Fiske, 
Goddard, Niles, Da\'i3, Buttrick, Bateman, Blood, Willard, Sharpe, Wooley, 
Hrackett, Jones, Potter, Brown, Wheeler, Wood, Prescott, Platts, Loker, 
Draper, Wheeler, Wheeler, Lee, Hungerford, Woodhouse, Hopkinson, 
Hoy wood, Symonds, Brooks, Mason, Memam, Cooper, Sparhawk, Angicr. 
Hoar, Hincksman, Stratton, Fry, Jones, Temple. See Axcestht Tables ". 



780 THE PICKERIXG GENEALOGY. 

1. IX. 10. Charles Jackson Lee [John C. 1. VIII. 11], bom in 
Salem. A man of leisure. Residence : Boston. 

Mr. Lee was at one time a clerk with the banking firm of Lee, Danforth, 
& Co., of Boston. During the civil war he served as second lieutenant in 
the Forty-eighth Regiment of the Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry. 

1. IX. 10. Marij Ann Berry, his wife, bom in Salem. 
Mrs. Lee is a daughter of George F. and Maiy A. (Speed) Berry. 
Ancestry Tables 7. 

1. IX. 12. Josephine Rose Lee [John C. 1. VIII. 11], bom in 
Salem, died in Boston. 

Mrs. Saltonstall was a woman of much personal beauty. She possessed 
a strong character, combined with a sweet temper, 

1. IX. 12. William Giirdon Saltonstall, her husband, bom in 
Salem, died in Domo d'Ossola, Italy. Residences: Boston and Beverly, 
Mass. 

In early life Mr. Saltonstall travelled extensively on business and 
pleasure. At the breaking out of the Rebellion, he enlisted in the navy, as 
acting master, May 26, 1861, and served until the end of the war, rising to 
the position of acting volunteer lieutenant-commander, May 20, 1865. His 
first promotion, May 5, 1863, to acting volunteer lieutenant, came for 
gallantry in action at Washington, N. C, where he commanded a gunboat. 
He received Lis dischai-ge Oct. 1, 1865. Some time after the close of the 
war, Mr. Saltonstall engaged in business as ti'easurer of the York Manufac- 
turing Company, and afterwards as treasurer of the Everett Mills. He was 
a director of the New England National Bank, of Boston, of the American 
Bell Telephone Company, and of the Boyl.ston Insurance Company. 

Mr. Saltonstall was elected, March 5, 1879, a member of the first class 
of the Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States.' 

He was a son of Nathaniel and Caroline (Sanders) Saltonstall, of Salem. 

• Boston :>rorning Journal of July 2.3, 1S89; also the Military Order of the Loyal 
Legion of the United States, Register of the Commandery of the State of Massachusetts, 
p. 120. 



XINTH GENERATION. 781 

Charles Sanders [44. VII. JIO^ \vas his uncle ; Catherine Sanders [50. \1I. 
273'\ was his aunt; and Leverctf SaUonstall [1. IX. 5] was his cousin. For 
his ancestry see under the head of Leverett Saltonstall [1. IX. 5] on pages 
778-779. See Ancestry Tables '5. 

2. IX. 13. George Higginson [Mary C. 2. VIII. 14], bom in New 
York City. A farmer. Residence : Stockbridge, Mass. 

2. IX. 13. Elizabeth Haaxavd Barker, his wife, born in Albany, 
N.Y. 

Mrs. Higginson is a daughter of William and Jeannette Barber (James) 
Barker. Anna Hazard Barker [17. IX. 5-^i] is her aunt. Her ancestry 
includes the following families : Barki3r, Williams, Prince, Collier, Folger, 
Gibbs, Morrill, Barnard, Barnard, Hervey, Folger, Morrill, Gardner, Frier, 
Shattuck, Church, Severance, Coffin, Thember, Stevens, Bunker, Godfrey, 
Look, Bunker, Godfrey, Hazard, Brownell, Borden, Earle, Robinson, AUen, 
Bacon, Potter, Hazard, "VTilson, Rodman, Clark, Scott, Willett, Borden, 
Clayton, "Wanton, Freeborn, Brownell, James. See A^-cestkt Tables ^. 

2. IX. 14. Henry Lee Higginson [Mary C. 2. VIII. 14], bom in 
New York City. A banker. Residences : Boston and West Manchester, 
Mass. 

Major Higginson entered Harvard College in the class of 1855, but left 
college March 29, 1852. In 1882, he received the honorary degree of A.M., 
and, in 1893, he was made a fellow of the college. 

During the ci\'il war he saw active service. He was commissioned 
second lieutenant of the Second ^Massachusetts Volunteer Infantrv, Mav 
28, 1861, and was promoted July 8, 18G1, as first lieutenant of the same 
regiment. He was appointed captain of the First Massachusetts Volunteer 
Cavalry, Nov. 5, 1861, and major of the same, !March 26, 1862. He par- 
ticipated in the battles of South Mountain, ]\[d., and of Antictara, and was 
in the battle of Kelly's Ford, Va. He was wounded at x\ldie, June 17, 
1863, and was sent home. He served as aide-de-camp on the staff of 
General Barlow, July, 1864, and was in the battle of Deep Bottom. He 
resigned, on account of disability resulting from a wound, Auo-. 9, 1864. 



782 THE PICKERISG GENEALOGY. 

Major Hij^f^nnson is a member of the fii-m of Lee, Higginson, & Co., of 
Boston. 

He is a man of highly cultivated musical tastes, and has been a great 
benefactor to the musical public of Boston in establishing the Symphony 
Concerts in ilusic Hall, where the highest order of music is rendered at a 
price which is within the reach of the public at hxi-ge. These concerts are a 
private enterprise, and are carried on at his own risk.^ 

2. IX. 14- Ida Olympe Frederika Agassiz, the wife of Henry L. 
Higginson, born in Carls Baden, Germany. 

Mrs. Higginson is a daughter of Professor Louis E. R. and Cecile 
(Brown) Agassiz, of Cambridge. Louis Agassiz Shaw [1. X. 2o'\ was her 
nephew. Ancestsy Tables fj. 

2. IX. 15. James Jackson Higginson [Mary C. 2. YIU. 14], born 
in New York City. A retired banker. Residence : New York City. 

Major Higginson, H. C. 1857, sailed for Europe March, 1858, where he 
remained until the summer of 1862, engaged in study. On his retui-n in 
September of that year, after a stay at home of three weeks, he went to 
Washington, and ser\-ed six weeks as agent in the Sanitary Commission. 
On Jan. 6, 1SG3, he was commissioned second lieutenant in the First 
Massachusetts Volunteer Cavalry. He joined his regiment at once, and 
served with it until the end of the war. He was commissioned first lieu- 
tenant, Jan. 4, 1864; captain, Sept. 1, 1864; brevet-major. United States 
Volunteers, April 9, 1865. He was confined nine months in Libby Prison, 
Richmond, Va. He resigned ilay 27, 1865.'' He was formerly of the fii-m 
of Chase &. Higginson, bankers, of New York. 

2. IX. 15. Margaret Bethime Grade, his wife, bom in Elizabeth, 
N.J. 

Mrs. Higginson is a daughter of Archibald and Elizabeth DaAadson 
(Bethune) Gracie. He is a merchant, of New York. A>fCESTKT Tables yj- 

* Harvard University ia the War of IS6I-IS60, by Francis H. Brown, p. 83. 

* Harvard College Class Book, 1S."7, p. 60 ; also Harvard University ia the War of 
1861-1865, by Francis H. Brown, p. 103. 



NUTTH GENERATIOS. 783 

2. IX. 16. Mary Lee Higginscn [Maiy C. 2. VIII. 14], born in 
Boston. 

2. IX. 16. Samtiel JParkma n Blake, her husband, born in Boston. 
A real-estate broker. Residence : Boston. 

Mr. Blake, H. C. 1855, was for a number of years engaged in business 
in Philadelphia. On his return to Boston in 1872, he entered into the real- 
estate business, in which he is still engaged. He was one of the early 
members of the Real Estate Exchange and Auction Board, of Boston.* 

He is a son of Samuel Parkman and Ann Boylston (Cunningham) 
Blake, of Bo.ston. Gardiner Hoidand Shaw [51. VIII. o76'\ and Catherine 
Gray [50. X. 1073^ were his first cousins once removed; and Elizabeth 
Russell [51. VIII. J77] and Louis Agassiz Shaiv [1. X. 25'\ were his second 
cousins. His ancestry inclades the following families : Blake, Clap, Bachiler, 
Smith, Simpson, Clap, Ford, White, King, Baker, "Withington, Bird, Ather- 
ton, Wales, True, Brown, Lathrop, Frothingham, Hett, Needham, Parkman, 
Trask, Adams, Breck, Waiuwright, Shaw, Burt, Cheever, Lathrop, Bill, 
Cunningham, Wheeler, Boylston, Gardner, Smith, White, Cogswell, Thomp- 
son, Hawkes, Hutchinson, Lewis, Wliiring, Dwight, Hastings, Champnev, 
Edwards, Poole, Baker, Fisher, Marriott, Whiting, Dwight. See Axcestet 
Tables jg-. 

2. IX. 17. Francis Lee Higginson [Mary C. 2. VIII. 14], born in 
Boston. Residence : Boston. 

Mr. Higginson was fitted for college at the Boston Latin School, and 
with Jlr. F. B. Sanborn in Concord, Mass. He entered Harvard College in 
the class of 1863, but left Cambridge before graduating, and received his 
degree in 1868. 

During his senior year in college, Feb. 28, 1863, he received a com- 
mission as second lieutenant in the Fifty-fourth ■\Iassachusetts Volunteer 
Infantry. He was promoted to first lieutenant, April 14, 1863, and captain. 
July 19, 1863. Jan. 30, 1864, he was captain in the Fifth Massachusetts 
Cavalry, and was mustered out Nov. 30, 1865. He is a companion of the 
Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States. 

» Boston of To-Day, p. 149. 



784 THE PICEERIXG GENEALOGY. 



In 1866, he spent several montli-i in Enrope ; and, in March, 1867, he 
went into the office of Messrs. Lee, Hig-ginson, & Co., becoming a partner 
in 1869, and retiring from active business in 1885. He has been a dii-ector 
of the Suffulk Savings Bunk for Seamen and others, in Boston, of the New 
York and Mew England Raih-oad, and of various other corporations.^ 

2. IX. 17. Julia Borland, the wife of Francis L. Higgiuson, bom in 
Boston. 

Mrs. Higginson is a daughter of Dr. John Nelson and Madelaine 
(Gibson) Borland. Her ancestry includes the following families: Borland, 
Neil, Lindall, Veren, Poole, Brenton, Burton, Vassall, Lewis, Gross, Lloyd, 
Sylvester, Brinley, Nelson, Tailer, Corwin, Woolsey, Taylor, ^\Tiitehead, * 
Lloyd, Sylvester, Biinley, Nelson, Tailer, Livingston, Fleming, Schuyler, 
Van Slichtenhorst, Beekman, de Bough, Loper, Concklin, Gibson, Post, 
Blaan. See A^-cestey Tables yj. 

2. IX. 18. Elizatietli Perkins Lee [Henry 2, Ylll. 15], bom in 
Beverly, Mass. 

2. IX. 18. Frederick Cheever ShattucTi, her husband, bora in 
Boston. A physician. Resilience : Boston. 

Dr. Siiattuok, H. C. 18G8, M.D. 1873, from the latter year until 1875 
was in Europe studying his profession. On his return, he began the practice 
of medicine in Boston. He is one of the visiting physicians of the Massa- 
chusetts General Hospital; and' since 1888, he has been Jackson Professor 
of Clinical Medicine in Harvard College. He has made various contribu- 
tions to medii'ul cyclopiedia.s and periodicals, and has published a book on 
Auscultation and Percussion. He is an original member of the Association 
of American Physicians, and belongs to several local medical societies.' 

Dr. Shattuck is a son of George Cheyne and Anne Henrietta (Brane) 
Shattuck, of Boston. His father was one of the most distinguished physi- 

' Harvard College Class Book, 1SC.3. pp. lOS-109 ; also Militarj Order of the Loyal 
Legion of the United States, Eegister of the Commaadery of the State of ilassachusetts, 
p. Tl. 

* Boston of To-day, edited by Ed-rin M. Bacon, p. 383. 



NINTH GENERATION. 



cians and clmrchmen iu Boston. His ancestry includes the following 
tamilies : Sliattuck, Randall, Barron, Sherman, Palmer, Winship, Robbing, 
Barron, Howard, Davis, Cheever. Downs, Edwards, Brune, Thorspecker, 
Sohwai^tzer, Clarke, Smith, Ambrose, Grimstone, Hickey, Smith. See 
A.vcESTET Tables ^■ 

2. IX. 21. Elliot Ca"bot Lee [Henry 2. VIII. 15], born in Brookline, 
Ma.<3. A lawyer. Residence : Brookline. 

Mr. Lee, H. C. 18TG, wa.s a student in the Hai-\'ard Law School from 
October, 1877, to June, 1879. After two years spent in foreign travel, he 
entered, in November, 1881, the law office of Messrs. Sliattuck, Holmes, & 
Munroe, in Boston, and was admitted to the bar in February, 1883. The 
following December he entered the office of the Union Safe Deposit Vaults, 
Boston, where he still remains.^ 

He has devoted a gi-eat deal of time to foreign travel. 

2. IX. 22. George Lee [Henry 2. VIII. 15], born in Beverly, Mass. 
An artist. Residence : Brookline, Mass. 

2. IX. 22. Eva Maria Ballerini, his wife, bom in Naples, Italy. 
Mrs. Lee is a daughter of Felice Fortuuato and Mariana (Caraglia) 
Ballerini. He is conservatore of the Royal Palace, Venice. A-ncestrt 

TaBLF.3 ^i. 

2. IX. 24. Joseph Lee [Henry 2. VIII. 15], born in Brookline, Mass. 
A lawyer. Residence : Brookline. 

Mr. Lee, H. C. 1883, LL.B. 1887, practises law in Boston. 

2. IX. 27. Mary Lee [Francis L. 2. VIII. 17], born in Westport, 
X. Y. 

2. IX. 27. Jlatthew Hale, her husband, born in Chelsea, Vt. A 
lawyer. Residence : Albany, N. Y. 

Mr. Hale's preparatory education was gained in the schools of his native 
town and at the academ'y in Bradford, Vt. He graduated with honor at 

1 Han-ard College Class Book of 1S7C, p. 34. 
50 



786 THE PICKERING GENEALOGY. 

the University of Vermont, in 1851, anJ at onc-e entered upon the study of 
the law in the office of Kellogg &. Hale, of Elizabethtown, N. Y., of which 
firm his older brother, the Hon. Robert S. Hale, was a member. After his 
admittance to the New York Bar, in 1853, lie practised, in company with 
others, in Pougldieepsie, New York City, and, in ISGo, in Elizabethtown, 
where he was a partner of his father-in-law, the Hon. A. C. Hand. In 1868, 
he went to Albany, N. Y., where he has had an extensive practice. In 
1888, the present firm, of Hale, Cowen, & Bulkier, was formed. Mr. Hale's 
experience as a counsellor has been varied, and he has been engaged on 
many important cases. 

In 1867, he was a delegate to the constitutional convention, serving on 
the judiciary committee of that body. In 1868-1869, he was a member of 
the State Senate, where he also .«erved on the judiciary committee. In 
1883, he was the Republican candidate for justice of the Supreme Court, 
but was defeated. In 1884, he was a commissioner of appraisement of the 
Niagara Falls Reservation ; and, in 1887, he was on the commission to 
report the most humane and practical method of capital puni>liment The 
report of this commission in favor of execution by electi"icity was adopted 
by the New York Legislature in 1888. In 1883, he received the degree of 
LL.D. from the University of Vermont. 

Mr. Hale has read several papers before the State Bar Association and 
before colleges, and has delivered addresses before societies and public 
assemblies. He is a member of a number of clubs and organizations, and 
has been president of the New York State Bar Association. 

Mr. Hale's first wife, whom he married Oct. 1, 1856, was Ellen Salome 
Hand, daughter of the Hon. Augustus C. Hand. She died Oct. 10, 1867, 
without issue.^ 

He is a son of Harry and Lucinda (Eddy) Hale. His father earned on 
a country-store in Chelsea, Vt, held various town offices, was captain in the 
militia, member of the State legislature, and filled other offices. His an- 
cestry includes' the following families : Hale, Hutchinson, Bosworth, North- 
end, Holstead, Wheeler, • Grout, Boynton, Eddy, Pratt, Alden, Mullins, 

* yoted Living Albanians and State Officials, published by Weed, Parsons, & Co., 
Albany, 1S91. 



NINTH GENERATION. 737 



Sioiiuons, Wliite, Sampson, Staiidish, AlJeii, MuUins, Grout, Safford, 
Powers. See ^Ln-cestry Tables {^. 

. 2. IX. 28. Francis Wilson Lee [Francis L. 2. VIII. 17], bom in 
Westport, N. Y. Residence : Newton, Mass. 

Mr. Lee was fitted for college at Phillips Academy, Exetei*, N. H., and 
entered Harvard College ; but he left Cambridge at the end of his freshman 
year, and for a short time engaged in the wool brokerage business in 
Boston. He afterwards became cashier in the banking department of the 
Union Safe Deposit Vaults in Boston, where he still remains. On the death 
of his father, he succeeded liim as a companion of the Military Order of the 
Loyal Legion.-^ 

2. IX. 28. Marian Glidden Dove, his wife, born in Andover, Mass. 
Mrs. Lee is a daughter of George William Webster and Susan Cotter 



(Glidden) Dove, of Andover. See AxcEaiRT Tables | 



2. IX. 29. Alice Lee [Francis L. 2. VIIL 17], bom in Westport, 
N. y. Residence : Westport. 

Miss Lee is a woman of great energy, and has carried through several 
enterprises for the benefit of Westport. 

2. IX. 33. Frances Rollins Morse [Han-iet J. 2. YlU. 18], bora in 
Boston. Residence : Boston. 

Miss Morse is well known for her devotion to the cause of charity 
in Boston. 

2. IX. 34. Henry Lee Morse [Harriet J. 2. VIII. 18], born in 
Boston. A physician. Residence : Boston. 

Dr. Morse, H. C. 1874, M.D. 1878, was educated at the Boston Public 
Latin School, and at private schools. He was house officer in the Massa- 
chusetts General Hospital one year (1877-1878), and was in Europe from 
August, 1878, till October, 1880, studying medicine in Vienna, and travel- 
ling. He has since that time practised medicine in Boston. He has held 

> Harvard College Class Book of 1875, p. 93. 



788 THE PICKERING GEXEALOGY. 

office U3 siu-geon ut the Ciirney Ilospiuil, Boaton, aural surgeon to the Bos- 
ton Dispensary, and assistant aural surgeon to the ]Massachusett3 Charitable 
Eye and Ear Infirmary. He was in Europe in 1883 and 1892, devoting 
himself to special study of diseases of tlie ear. 

He published, in 1878, conjointly ^ith Dr. B. Alexander Randall, of 
Philadelphia, an Atlas of the Ear, consisting of photographs, both macro- 
scopic and microscopic of the anatomy of the ear, and accompanying text. 
He is a member of the Massachusetts Medical Society, of the Ameiican 
Otological Society, and of other societies. 

2. IX. 34- Jessie Frances JLizzie Scott, his wife, bom in Montreal, 
Canada. 

Mrs. Morse is a daughter of Gilbert and Janet (Cooper) Scott, of 
Montreal. Ancestry Tables j\. 

2. IX. 35. Mary Lee Morse [Harriet J. 2. VIII. 18], born in Brook- 
line, Mass. 

2. IX. 3'5. John WJieelocIc Elliot, her husband, born in Keene, 
N. H. A physician. Residence : Boston. 

Dr. Elliot, H. C 1874, M.D. 1878, was prepared for college at Phillips 
Exeter Academy. He was one year (1877-1878) house pupil in the 
Massachusetts General Hospital; and, in the summer of 1878, he went to 
Europe, studying German in Weimar, and medicine in Vienna, Berlin, 
Dresden, Pai-is, and London. Since 1880 he has practised in Boston, and 
has served as surgeon to out-patients at the Massachusetts General Hospital, 
as assistant surgeon to the Free Hospital for TTomen, and as physician to 
the Boston Dispensary.^ 

Dr. Elliot is a son of the Hon. John Henry and Emily Ann (Wheelock) 
Elliot, of Keene. Plis father, H. C. 1835, is a distinguished citizen of 
Keene, has been a member of the governor's council of New Hampshire, 
and is identified with many corporations. His ancestry includes the fol- 
lowing families : Elliot, Woodier, Brown, Balch, Gardner, Frier, Fair- 
field, Skipperway, Adams, Bixby, Rugg, Singletary, Belknap, Twitchell, 

» A Sketch of the Eliot Family, by Walter G. Eliot, pp. 99-100. 



NINTH GENERATION. 789 

W'beelock, Conaut, Hortoii, Walton, ^lansfield, Clark, Russell, Alexander, 
Gaylord, Buck, Rockwood, Foster. See Axcestey Tables y^. 

3. IX. 36. Sarah Barnard Abbott [Esther M. 3. VIII. 19], born 
in Andover, Mass., died in Andover. 

3. IX. 36. Albert Abbott, her husband, bom in Greenfield, N. H., 
died in x^ndover, Mass. A dry goods dealer. Residence : Andover. 

Mr. Abbott was a prominent citizen of Andover. He came tliere from 
Greenfield, N. H., while in his seventeenth year, and entered the store of 
the Hon. Amos Abbott. In 1832, he succeeded to tlie proprietorship of the 
" Up-Hill " store, in which place he carried on the business uninterruptedly 
for nearly a half century. Many of his patrons were prominent people, and 
in after years he delighted to relate anecdotes of them and of their time. 
For over thirty years he was connected -with the South Church of xVndover, 
and held the offices of deacon, supeiintendent of the Sunday-school, and 
chorister. He was a great favorite with the young, and was respected 
and honored by the community.^ 

Mr. Abbott's second wife, whom he married Jan. 5, 1836, was Abby 
Hale Cutler. She was bom in Winchendon, Mass., June 8, 1816, and died 
in Andover, Aug. 11, 1894. She was a daughter of Dr. William H. and 
Abigail (Hale) Cutler, of Ashburnham, Mass. By her he had the following 
children, all born in Andover : — 

Albert Cutler Abbott, born Oct. 10, 1836. He married Mary Watson, Dec. 19, 

185S. 
Sabah Lixcolx Abbott, born May 13, 1840. She married William Shirrell, Nov. 

7, 1866, and died Jan 31, 1S95. 
Abbie Elizabeth Abbott, born June 3, 1843. 
Lewis Lowe Abbott, bora Feb. 21, 1845. He married Grace Van Du?en, Oct. 

18, 1871. 
Arthur Hale Abbott, born May 19. 1819. 
Lucia Washburk Abbott, born May 1, 18-53. She married Edwin L. Thompson, 

Sept. 23, 1884. 



^ The Lawrence American and Andover Advertiser, for April 21, 1882. 



790 THE PICKERIXG GENEALOGY. 

Mr. Abbott was a son of William and Hannah (Bailey) Abbott. His 
ancestry includes the following families : Abbott, Farnum, Lovejoy, Foster, 
Jackson, Kimball, Scott, Bigsby, Ames, Bailey, Moore, Abbott, Chandler. 
Hibbert See A>-CESTRr Tables {^. 

3. IX. 37. Elizabeth West Abbott [Esther M. 3. VIII. 19], bom 
in Andover, Mass., died in Morristown, N. J. 

3. IX. 37. Joel BlacJittier, her husband, born in Barnard, Vt., died 
in Port Richmond, X. Y., of consumption. A minister and teacher. Resi- 
dence : Port Richmond. 

Mr. Blackmer, D. C. 1834, removed, when he was thirteen years old, to 
Windsor, Vt., where, in the spring of 1827, he began his classical studies 
under the Rev. John Wheeler; and, in the following September, he entered 
the Kimball Union Academy at Meriden, N. H., to complete his preparation 
for college. After graduating, he taught the academy at Bradford, Vt., 
in 1835-1836 ; and, in 1837, he became the financial agent of the University 
of Vermont at Burlington. In the autumn of the same year he entered the 
Theological Seminary at Andover, and graduated in 1840. For one year 
he preached at South Weymouth, Mass. ; but his health being poor and his 
voice weak, in September, 1843, he accepted an invit^ition to take charge of 
the academy at Ridgebury, N. Y. In the spring of 1845, he accepted a 
position as teacher in a pi-ivate seminary in New York City, and afterwards 
established a seminary of his own. He was an efficient teacher, and an 
active friend of education. He took great interest in physical education, 
and for a time united his school with an institution having a fine gym- 
nasium connected with it. He regarded teaching as a profession, and took 
the ground that teachers by qualification should be entitled to the position 
and rank of professors of education. In furtherance of this idea, ]\Ir. Black- 
mer organized the Academy of Education, and held the position of its 
president for some time. Among its ardent supporters and members were 
Horace Greeley, Gorham D. Abbott, Professor Davies, and many others of 
distinguished position. 

Mr. Blackmer was always a steady opponent of slavery, and bore his 
testimony against it both in public and private, in those days when opposi- 



NINTH GENERATION. 79 1 



tion to slavery was sure to be met with reproach and even persecution. He 
was also an active worker in the temperance cause, devoting all the spare 
time he could command to its promotion, by personal visits to its victims, as 
well as by public meetings on the docks and squares of New York on 
Sundays. He was an ardent Republican, and took an active part in the 
politics of his county. When the civil war broke out in 1861, he took a 
deep interest in the Union cause, and was disposed to join the volunteers, but 
his only son Ernest joined in his stead. 

In 1801, Mr. Blackmer was appointed clerk in the New York Custom 
House, and continued there until his death, a period of eighteen years. 
In 1868, he removed from New York City to Staten Island.^ 

He was a son of Solomon and ^liriam (Benedict) Blackmer. His father 
was a farmer, of Barnard, Vt. His ancestiy includes the following families: 
Blackmer, Benedict. See a>>-cestrt Tables ^. 

3. IX. 38. Edward "West Abbott [Esther 31. 3. VIII. 19], probably 
bom in Andover, Mass. A printer. Residence : Andover. 

Major Abbott went South and enlisted in the Second Regiment of 
United States Dragoons, and served in the Indian war in Florida. He 
afterwards served in the Mexican War, as captain, major, and lieutenant- 
colonel of the Massachusetts -Regiment. During the Rebellion, he was 
lieutenant-colonel of a Western cavalry regiment. He also served in the 
United States Signal Service. He lived in New York City up to January, 
1869, since which time his family have not heard from him.^ 

3. IX. 39. Alfred Amos Abbott [Esther M. 3. VIII. 19], bora in 
Andover, Mass., died in Peabody, Mass., of apoplexy. A lawyer. Resi- 
dence : Peabody. 

Mr. Abbott received his early education at the schools in Andover, and 
at Yale and Union Colleges, from the last of which he graduated in 1841. 
He studied law in the office of the late Judge Joshua H. Ward, of Salem, 

* The Port Eichmond County Sentinel of November, 1879 ; also Sketches of the 
Alumni of Dartmouth College, by Kev. George T. Chapman, p. 270. 

* Communicated by William A. Abbott. 



792 THE PICKERIXG GENEALOGY. 

and at the Harvard Law Scliool, receiving the degree of LL.B. in 1843. 
He was admitted to the bar in 1844, and, about 1846, established a law 
office in South Danvors, now Peabody. He afterward opened a law office in 
Salem, which he continued for several year:;, while still retaining his resi- 
dence in Danvers. He represented that town in the Legislature in 1850 
and 1852, and was a senator from Essex County in 1853, and a member of 
the Constitutional Convention in the same year. During that year he was 
appointed district-attorney for the eastern district of ilassachusetts, which 
office he continued to hold for fifteen years, discharging its duties with 
ability and to the satisfaction of the district. He then returned to the 
practice of his profession. 

In 1870, ilr. Abbott was appointed clerk of the courts in Essex County, 
by the Supreme Judicial Court, until the next election, to fill the vacancy 
caused by the death of the Hon. Asahel Huntington. In the following 
November, he was elected for the unexpired term, and continued to hold 
the office to the time of his death. At his last election, in 1882, he was 
nominated by both the Republicans and Democrats, and was elected by an 
almost unanimous vote. 

In town affairs, ilr. Abbott for many years filled the office of president 
of the board of trustees of the Peabody Institute, and had been identified 
with the Library and Institute from the time of its foundation by the late 
George Peabody. 

He was a member of the Masonic fraternity, was president of the 
Holyoke Fire Insurance Company, and held many positions of high 
trust and responsibility in banking and other institutions. From 1850 to 
1854, he was judge- advocate, with the rank of major, on Major-General 
Sutton's staff. 

Mr. Abbott was urged to accept other positions than those he received ; 
but he constantly declined to be a candidate. He would have been a 
representative in Congress could he have been induced to accept a nomina- 
tion. Mr. Abbott was frequently called upon to perform public duties of 
an occasional character, such as the delivery of addresses on special 
occasions, and he always did this kind of work well. He was a man of 
good judgment, and was considered a sound lawyer and a safe coun- 



NINTH GENERATION. 793 



eollor. He was a man of fine presence, of generous impulses, genial, and 
popular.' 

3. IX. 39. Helen Leslie Stttton, the wife of Alfred A, Abbott, bom 
in South Danvers, died in Peabody, Mass. Residence : Peabody. 

Mrs. Abbott had a fine portrait of her grandfather, William Sutton. 

She was a daughter of General William and Nancy (Osborne) Sutton, 
of Peabody. Her ancestry includes the following families : Sutton, Kim- 
ball, Foster, Burbank, Robinson, Davis, Treadwell, Osborne, Burton, Derby, 
Cook, Lang, Ruck, Derby, Hilman, Youngs, Budd, Williams. See Aiicestry 

Tables ij. 

3. IX. 41. Caroline Mackey Abbott [Esther M. 3. VIII. 19], born 
in Andover, Mass., died in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. 

3. IX. 41- George Hi/erson Carroll, her husband, born in Oxford, 
Canada. A Presbyterian minister. Residence : Cedar Rapids, Iowa. 

Mr. Carroll was a student for three years in the University of Michigan. 
From 1862 to 1869 he preached in Wyoming, Iowa, and from 1869 to 
IST.*), he was superintendent of missions for Iowa, Nebraska, and Southern 
Dakotah. For three and a half years he preached in Sac City, Iowa. In 
1864-1865, he was for nine months chaplain of the Twenty-fourth Iowa 
Volunteer Infantry, sen'ing first in Louisiana, under General Banks, and 
then in the Shenandoah Valley under General Sheridan. 

He is the author of " Pioneer Life in and about Cedar Rapids, Iowa, 
from 1839 to 1849." 

Mr. Carroll's second wife, whom he married Oct. 14, 1878, was Joanna 
Butler Baker. She was bom in Middletown Point, now Matawan, N. J., 
July 8, 1844. She is a daughter of Elihu and Charlotte Butler (Carter) 
Baker. Her father was a banker, of Cedar Rapids, Iowa. 

Mr. Carroll is a son of Isaac and Lovina (Skeel) Carroll. See Ancestry 
Tables ^j- 

3. IX. 42. Esther Ann Abbott [Esther M. 3. VIII. 19], born in 
Andover, Mass., died in Andover, of consumption. 

» The Salem Gazette of Oct. 31 and Dec. 9, 1SS4. 



794 THE PICKERING GENEALOGY. 

An obituary notice of Miss Abbott, which appeared in the Salem 
Register of Oct. 20, 1863, gives her a high character. It speaks of the 
unusual strength and vigor of her mind, cuhivated to a remarkable deo-ree 
by extensive reading and severe study, of the vivacity and wit of her con- 
versations and writings, and of her possessing all the gentle virtues of 
her sex. 

3. IX. 43. Jane Green Abbott [Esther M. 3. \^II. 19], bom in 
Andover, Mass., died in New York City. 

3. IX. 4^. WilUam Appleton Dodge, her husband, born in Barre, 
Vt. A lawyer. Residence : Westborough, ]Mass. 

Mr. Dodge, University of Vermont, 184G, studied law, and practised his 
profession in Vermont, Iowa, and New York City. 

He is a son of Xathaniel and Polly (Clark) Dodge, of Barre, Vt. His 
ancestry includes the following families : Dodge, Eaton, Eaton, Brown, 
Barber, Cameron, Clark, Hobai't, Porter, Hathorne, Putnam, Prince, Epes, 
Read, Symonds, Harlakenden, Boardman, Higginson, Prescott, Platts, 
Hoar, Hincksman, Higginson, "Whitfield, Sheafe, Savage, Symmes, Gardner, 
Frier, Ome, Browne, Gould, Phelps. See Ais-czstky Tables 4j. 

3. IX. 44. William Albert Abbott [Esther M. 3. VIII. 19], bom 
in Andover, Mass. An insurance agent. Residence : Boston. 

Mr. Abbott graduated at the East Broadway Institute, New Y'ork City, 
in 1847, and entered the naval service of the United States, as midshipman, 
in 1848, being appointed from Massachusetts. He resigned in 1852. He 
entered the service again as a veteran, in 1861, as master's mate, ond was 
promoted, in October, 1862, to acting ensign. He received an honorable 
discharge in December, 1865. He was a prisoner three months, and was 
wounded while ser^nng in the attack on the rear defences of Vicksburg, 
Miss. 

3. rX. 44- ^Iciry Jane Wilder, his wife, bom in Boston. 
Sirs. Abbott's first husband was James Henry Wilder, by whom she 
had no children. 

She is a daughter of Benjamin and Abiah G. (Dunbar) French, of 



NiyriT GEXERATIOX. 795 

Boston. Her ancestry includes the following families: French, Dunbar 
Hatch, Smith, Gardner, Warren, Wilson, Gardner, Duubar, Eells, Farrow. 
See AifCESTBY Tables jj. 

3. IX. 45. Emma Frances Abbott [Esther M. 3. VIII. 19], bom 
in Andover, Mass., died in Rochester, Mass. 

3. IX. 4^. William Royal JoysUn, her husband, born in Lancaster, 
N. H. A minister. Residence : Rochester, Mass. 

Mr. Joysliu, D. C. 1856, studied law for one or two years with Benton 
& Ray, of Lancaster, and tlien entered the Andover Theological Seminary, 
graduating in 1861. He then went to Bath, N. H., where he was stated 
supply in 1862 and 1863, and from there to Berlin, Vt, where he was 
ordained pastor of the Congregational Church in 186-4. He was dis- 
missed April 25, 1866, and removed to Andover, Mass., where he lived 
until the death of his wife's father in 1868. He then went to Wenham, 
Mass., where he remained until 1870, when he went to Oregon, and from 
there to Grass Valley, Cal. He came back to New England in 1873 ; and 
since that time he has preached at Rowley, Mass., and Orient, L. L For 
several years after 1878 he lived at Rochester, Mass.^ He married again. 

Mr. Joyslin is a son of Royal and Julia Jones (Barnard) Joyslin. His 
father was a merchant, of Lancaster, N. H. His ancestry includes the fol- 
lowing families : Joyslin, Carlisle, Barnard, Page. See Axcestky Tables |f . 

3. IX. 46. Sarah Barnard Abbott [Esther M. 3. VIIL 19], bom 
in Andover, Mass., died in Milford, Ohio. 

3. IX. 46- Samuel Perrin Aticood, her husband, bom in Chitten- 
den, Vt. A dealer in lumber. Residence : Milford, Ohio. 

During the civil war, Mr. Atwood served in the Second Vermont and the 
One Hundred and Thirty-seventh Ohio Volunteer Regiments. He is now 
engaged in the lumber, door, and sash business in Milford. 

He is a son of John and Elvira (Perrin) Atwood. His ancestry includes 
the following families : Atwood, Perrin. See Ancestry Tables ^^ 

* Sketches of the Alumni of Dartmouth College, by Eev. George T. Chapman, p. 422, 
and other sources. 



796 THE PICKERiyG GENEALOGY. 

4. IX. 47. Mary Elizabeth Frye [Daniel M. 4. YIIL 22], born iu 
Montgomery, N. Y., died in Brooklyn, N. Y. 

4. IX. .^7. Joel Edison Rockwell, her husband, bom in Salisbury, 
Vt, died in Brooklyn, N. Y. A Presbyterian minister. Residence : 
Brooklyn. 

Dr. Rockwell, Amherst, 183 7, was fitted for college at the Hudson 
Academy and the Hudson Classical Seminary, N. Y. He studied divinity 
at the Union Theological Seminary, N. Y., and graduated in 1841. He 
was ordained as pastor in Valatie, N. Y., Oct. 13, 1841, and held that 
position until 1847. From the latter year until 1851, he was pastor of 
the Hanover Street Presbyterian Church in "Wilmington, Del., and from 
1851 to 1868, he was pastor of the Central Old School Presbyterian Church 
of Brooklyn, N. Y. From 1868 to 1882, he was pastor at Edgewater, 
Staten Island, X. Y. 

Dr. Rockwell was a prominent member of the clerical association and 
the organized bodies of the Presbyterian Church. He was a director of 
Princeton Theological Seminary several years, and received the degree of 
D. D. from Jefferson College, in 1859. During the civil war, he served on 
the Christian Commission. 

Dr. Rockwell's style of preaching was plain, both in matter and in 
manner, though always marked by animation and a degree of eloquence. 
He was considered a man of fine abilities, and ranked with the most distin- 
guished men of his denomination. 

In 1859 and in 1874, he travelled in Europe, and published as a result 
of his travels " Scenes and Impressions Abroad." He was editor of the 
" Sabbath-School Visitor" from 1852 to 1860 ; author of " Sketches of the 
Presbyterian Church," '-The Young Christian Warned," "The Visitor's 
Question," " The Sheet Anchor," " The Diamond in the Cage," and of 
many pamphlets.^ 

Dr. Rockwell was a son of "Warren and Sarah R. ('V\'ells) Rockwell, of 

' Biographical Record of the Alumni of Amherst College, edited by W. L. Montague, 
pp. 143-144; and The Rockwell Family in America, by Henry Ensign Rockwell, pp. 
121-122. 



KIKTH GEXERATIOX. 797 



Brooklyn, N. Y. Ilis ancestry iiicludes the following families : Rockwell, 
C;ipen, Norton, "Wells, Skinner, Loorais, Scott, Warner, Abel, Bingham, 
Wells. See ancestry Tvbles iy- 

4. IX. 48. Margaret Gardner Frye [Daniel M. 4. VIII. 22], bom 
in Montgomery, N. Y. Residence : New York City. 

4. IX. 4^^. liobert Douglas Hamilton, her first husbanil, born in 
New York, died in Lahaina, Sandwich Islands. A merchant. Residence : 
New York City. 

Mr. Hamilton was the youngest son of Captain Alexander James and 
Mary (Dean) Hamilton. A2,-ce3tkt Tables ^i. 

4. IX. 43^' George King Sistare, her second husband, bom prob- 
ably in New London, Conn. A banker. Residence : New York City. 

Mr. Sistare was a son of Joseph and Nancy (Way) Sistare. His father 
was a captain of a vessel trading between N"cw Loudon and Cuba ; and his 
grandfather was Gabriel Sistare, who is said to have been a Spaniard who 
settled many years ago in New London. Axcestey Tables |^i. 

4. IX. 49. Annie Mackey Frye [Daniel ^l. 4. VIII. 22], bom in 
Montgomery, N. Y. Residence : Bridgeport, Conn. 

4. IX. 4^. Hanfofd Lyon, her husband, born in Easton, Conn., died 
in Bridgeport, Conn. Residence : Bridgeport. 

When he was fourteen years old, Hanford Lyon went to Danbury, 
Conn., to learn the saddlery trade. From the allowance he received, and 
from what he got for overwork, he managed to save some money, and was 
enabled thereby to purchase the last year of his time. He then went to 
Bridgeport, where for four years he worked at his trade, and then 
established himself in business. The saddlery business was a very impor- 
tant one at that time in Bridgeport; and Mr. Lyon became one of the most 
prominent men engaged in it. With Messrs. Lemuel Coleman and R. E. 
Fairchild, he formed the firm of Fairchild, Lyon, & Co. ; and before long 
they had a large business in operation, with a branch office in Charleston, 
S. C. After prosecuting the business for a number of years, during which 



79S THE PICKERING GENEALOGY. 

time changes were made in the partnersliip, he retired with an ample 
fortune. His firm was the only one in the saddlery business, with Southern 
connections, which came out of the financial crash of 1837 with its stand- 
ing imimpeached. The business was a heavy one for those days, at times 
employing two hundred men and boys. During most of his business 
career, llr. Lyon worked unceasingly seventeen and eighteen hours a 
day. He was temperate, healthy, and strong, and was able to toil from 
year to year without the least failure of energy. His erect figure and 
robust form gave him the appearance of a much younger man than he 
really was. 

Self-educated, but thoroughly furnished by a large and active business 
experience, with capabilities equal to almost any position, Mr. Lyon was 
yet unassuming, and sought neither office nor distinction. He belonged to 
the old "Wliig party, but afterwards was a strong Republican and a sup- 
porter of the Union cause in the late war. He was a member of the 
Bridgeport Common Council in 1837, 1842, 1844, 1845, and in 1848, and 
he also served as alderman. He was a director of several banks, and was 
the first president of the City Savings Bank, as well as a valued member 
of other important public and private institutions. 

Miss Frye was his second wife. His first wife was Hettie Ann Thomp- 
son, of Stratford, Conn. By her he had the following children : — 

Frederick H. Ltox. He married Bessie Hawley. 
William Lton". 

Sarah J. Lyon. She married Judge Edward I. Sanford. 

JosiE Ltox. She married Henry T. Shelton. 

Adelaide Lyon. 

Mr. Lvon was a son of Xehemiah Webb and Sarah (Treadwell) Lyon, 
of Easton, Conn. His family was noted for its longevity, his father, who 
was a farmer, being nearly 101 years old at his death. Of his father's nine 
children, David lived to be 96 ; Samuel, 93 ; Le\^, 90 ; Walker, 81 ; Han- 
ford, 84 ; and the youngest, Jarvis, 56.^ Ancestry Tables ^. 

* A History of the Old Town of Stratford and the City of Bridgeport, Conn., by Kev. 
Samuel Orcutt. pp. 712, 713, 71G-717, which contains a steel engraving of Mr. Lyon. 



NINTH GENERATION. 799 

4. IX. 5U. Frederick Frye [Daniel M. 4. VIII. 2-'], bum iu Mout- 
gomery, N. Y., died in New Orleans. A lawyer. Residence : New Orleans. 

Major Frye, Coluniljia College, 1842, studied law, and was engaged in 
it3 practice in New York City, when the California gold fever broke out. 
At that time he bought a ship and sailed for California, and on his arrival 
engaged in trading between San Francisco and the coast of South America. 
He returned to New York in 1852, and resumed the practice of his profes- 
Biou in that city. About that time be was elected an alderman of New 
York. He afterwards moved to Bridgeport, Conn., and became the law 
partner of his wife's brother-in-law. General "W. H. Noble, with whom he 
continued until the breaking out of the Rebellion. He was one of the iii-st 
to enlist in 1861, and raised, by his own exertions, Company D, of the Third 
Regiment of Connecticut Volunteer Infanti-y. He was commissioned cap- 
tain, served thi-ough the whole of the first campaign, and was present at the 
battle of Bull Run. At the expiration of his term of service, he re-enlisted, 
raised a company for the Ninth Regiment, of which he was commissioned 
captain, and was afterwards promoted to the rank of major. He served 
with honor throughout the whole war, and at its close settled in New 
Orleans, where he resumed the practice of the law, and was at one time a 
justice of the Sixth District of that city. Failing health finally compelled 
him to give up his profession, and accept a position in the New Orleans 
Custom House. In 1859, he was admitted a member of the New Y^ork 
Society of the Cincinnati. 

Major Frye was a man of cultui*e and attainments, of a manly character 
and genial disposition.^ 

4. IX. 50. Matilda Brooks, the wife of Fredeinck Frye, bom in 
Bridgeport, Conn., died in Bridgeport. Residence : Bridgeport. 

Mrs. Frye was a daughter of Benjamin and Harriet (Jones) Brooks, of 
Bridgeport. Her ancestry includes the following families : Brooks, Fair- 
cliild, Sherwood, Fitch, Wheeler, Park, Sherman, Angier, Mitchell, Phip- 

* The Daily Standard of Bridgeport, Conn., of 1875 ; The Daily Standard of Bridge- 
port, Conn., of June 23. ISSl ; and a letter from Jlrs. Frederick Frye, dated Aug. 30. 1884. 
See al.so a sketch in A History of the Old Totm of Stratford and the City of Bridgeport, 
Conn., by Rev. Samuel Orcutt, pp. 865-8G6. 



800 THE PICKERIXG GENEALOGY. 



pen, Wood, Youer, Cooke, :iriison, Trowbridge, Marshall, Rutherford, 
Leete, Jones, Eaton, Morton, Clark, Peacock, Hairis, Weld, CoUlns, 
Kirtland, Benjamin, Allen, Smith. Foote, Deming, Bliss, Stiles, Burt, 
Backus, Pratt, Bingham, Rudd, Whiting, Collins, Adams, Bradford, South- 
worth, Richards. See Ancestry Tables 55. 

4. IX. 51. Frederick Josiah Forman [Margaret E. 0. 4. VIII. 
25], bora in Pulaski, N. Y. A sea-captain. Residence : Edgartown, 
Martha's Vineyard, Mass. 

4. IX. 51. Helen M. Norton, his wife, bora in Edgartown, IMass. 
Mrs. Forman is a daughter of Captain Clement and Martha (Pease) 
Norton, of Edgartown. A^•CESTRT Tables ^. 

4. IX. 53. Summer field Forman [^largaret E. 0. 4. VIII. 25], 
bora in Pulaski, N. Y'., died in Cold Harbor, Va. A farmer. Residence : 
Pulaski. 

4. IX. 53. Harriet A. Haszard, his wife, bom in Pulaski, N. Y., 
died in Oswego, N. Y''. 

Mrs. Forman was a daughter of John Hazzard, a mechanic, of New 
York. A^"CE3TRY Tables jo. 

4. IX. 55. Lucretia Rebecca Forman [Margaret E. 0. 4. VIII. 
25], born in Pulaski, N. Y. 

4. IX. 55. Ira Bishop, her husband, bora in Sandy Creek, N. Y. 
A captain of a lake steamer. Residence : Pulaski, N. Y. 

Mr. Bishop is a son of Maurice William and Olive (Goit) Bishop. His 
father is a farmer, of Sandy Creek. Ancestry Tables ^ j. 

4. IX. 56. Edward Derden Forman [Margaret E. 0. 4. VIII. 25], 
bora in Pulaski, N. Y. A merchant. Residence : Pulaski. 

4. IX. 5<). Emily Adell Greenwood, his wife, born in Richland, 

N.Y. 

Mrs. Foraian is a daughter of John Randolph and Mary Jane (Kil- 
boro) Greenwood. He is a farmer, of Richland. Ancestry Tables jj. 



NINTH GENERATION. 801 

5. IX. 58. Sarah. G-ardner Richards [Mary T. 5. VIII. 32], bom 
ill Enfield, Mass. 

5, IX. oS. George Olii'er Sears, her husband, born in Boston. A 
cotton merchant. Residence: Boston. 

3Ir. Sears is a son of Captain George and Susan (Gray) Seai-s, of 
Boston. His ancestry includes the following families: Sears, Willard, 
Freeman, Sparrow, Crowell, Matthews, Clark, Freeman, Gray. See 
.V-vcF-iTRY Tables j^. 

5. IX. 59. Catherine Gertrude Richards [JIary T. 5. VIIT. 32] 
bom in Bentonsport, Iowa. 

5. IX. S9. Henry Hopkins Foster, her husband, born in Dubhn, 
Ireland. Residence : Oakland, Cal. 

Mr. and Mrs. Foster formerly resided at Holmpatrick Terrace, Skerries, 
County Dublin, Ireland, and came to reside in this country in 1889. He 
was in the civil service in Dublin, and honorary secretar}- of the Irish Rifle 
Association. In 1874, he came to America with this team, the Lord Mayor 
of Dublin, Lord and Lady Mazerine, and a distinguished party. 

He is a son of Joseph and Mary (White) Foster, of Dublin, Ireland. 
On his father's side, Mr. Foster is descended from that family of Fosters, a 
member of which, John Foster, was created Baron Oriel. By inter- 
maiTiage, the title now is Lord Mazerine and Viscount Ferrard. John 
Foster was the last Speaker of the Irish House of Commons. Mr. Foster's 
direct ancestor being the brother of John, and closely allied with him in 
Government service at that time. On his mother's side, Mr. Foster is 
descended from that family of Whites, a member of which was created 
Lord Annerly. Mr. Foster's mother's brother, Colonel White, was on the 
staff of the Duke of Wellington. Colonel White went through the entire 
Peninsular War with the Duke of Wellington, and was present at Water- 
loo. He escorted Napoleon to the Island of Elba. Ancestry Tables 3^. 

5. IX. 60. Wniiam Sydney Richards [Mary T. 5. VIII. 32], 

born in Bentonsport, Iowa. A merchant. Residence : San Jos^, 

Cal. 

61 



802 THE PICKERING GENEALOOY. 

5. IX. GO. Alice Alexander, his wife, born in Putnam, Obio. 
Mrs. Richards is a daughter of Andrew and Alice (Pritchard) Alexander, 
of "Watsonville, Cab See ^Wcestry Tables j^. 

5. IS. 60'^. Mary Ann Curtis [EHzabeth G. 5. VIII. 33"], bom in 
West Fai'mingtou, Ohio. 

5. IX. 60'^^. Henry Levi Snow, her first husband, born in "Ware, 
Mass., died in Farmlngton, Ohio. A mechanic. Residence : Farmington. 

Mr. Snow was a son of Le\"i and Almira (Bruce) Snow. His father 
was a clothier, of Ware, Mass. Axcestrt Tables 5^,,. 

5. IX. 60'''. Walter Molly, her second husband, born in Randolph, 
Ohio, died in West Farmington, Ohio, A carpenter and builder. Resi- 
dence : West Farmington. 

Mr. Holly was a son of Walter and Laura (Filley) Holly. His father 
was a farmer and justice of the peace. Ancestry Tables 3^5-,,. 

5. IX. 60*. John Dabney Ctirtis [Elizabeth G. 5. YIII. 33"], born 
in Farmington, Ohio. A horticulturist. Residence : Southington, Ohio. 

5. IX. 60^^. Amelia Higgins, his first wife, born in Sheffield, Mass., 
died in Camden, 111. 

Mrs. Curtis was a daughter of Dr. Joel N. and Anne (Rossen) Higgins, 
of Oneida, HI. Ancestry Tables |^„,. 

5. IX. 60^'. Eunice Lusina Chalker, his second wife, born in 
Southington, Ohio. 

Mrs. Curtis is a daughter of Edmund and Almira (Heathman) Chalker. 
He was a farmer, of Southington, Ohio. Ancestry Tables j^m. 

5. IX. 60\ Corwin Smith Cnrtis [Elizabeth G. 5. VIII. 33'], 
bom in Farmington, Ohio. A master-mechanic and general agent. Resi- 
dence : Jamestown, N. Y. 

5. IX. 60^. Miranda Jane Adams, his wife, bora in Windsor, 
Ohio. 

Mrs. Curtis is a daughter of Shubel and Anna (Curtis) Adams. He 
was a farmer, of Windsor, Ohio. Ancestry Tables j^m- 



NINTH GENERATION. 803 



5». IX. 60^ Solomon Kline Everett [Mary 5\ VIII. 33'], bora 
in Youngstown, Ohio, died in Bristol, Ohio. A farmer. Residence : 
Bristol. 

5'. IX. 60''. Mary Oswald, his wife, born in Girard, Ohio, died in 
Girard. 

Mrs. Everett was a daughter of Jacob and Elizabeth (Everett) Oswald. 
He was a farmer, of Girai'd. Axcestrt Tables ^^.t. 

5*. IX. 60'. Elizabeth J. Everett [Mary b\ VIII. 33"], bora in 
Youngstown, Ohio, died in Aztalan, Wis. 

5'. IX. 60K William Hake, her husband, bora in York County, 
Penn. A farmer. Residence : Inman, Minn. 

Mr. Hake was a son of John Philip and Sarah (Snider) Hake. His 
father was a capitalist, of Jeilerson, Wis. Axcestry Tables ^^. 

5MX. 60'°. Jolin Dabney Everett [Mary 5*. VIII. 33"], born in 
Youngstown, Ohio. A farmer. Residence : Liberty, Ohio. 

5'. IX. 60"". Lydia Oswald, his wife, bom in Girard, Ohio. 
Mrs. Everett is a daughter of Jonathan and Marie (Everett) Oswald. 
He was a farmer, of Girard. Axcestrt Tables ^^n- 

5'. IX. 60°. Susan Everett [Mary 5». VIII. 33"], born in Youngs- 
town, Ohio. 

5'. IX. ^C". Asahel Adams Shook, her husband, born in Coitsville, 
Ohio. A farmer. Residence : Coitsville. 

Mr. Shook is a son of John Charles and Ann (Wilson) Shook. His 
father was a farmer, of Coitsville. Axcestet Tables |^th. 

5*. IX. 60". Kate Everett [Mary 5\ VIII. 33"], born in Youngs- 
town, Ohio. 

5*. IX. 60''. John TV. JTorrinon. her husband, born in Brandywine 
Hundred, Del. An iron-broker. Residence : Youngstown, Ohio. 

Mr. Morrison is a son of Robert and Agnes (Carter) IMon-ison. His 
father was a farmer, of Brandywine. Ancestry Tables jyTm- 



804 THE PICKERIXG GENEALOGY. 

5*. IX. GQi. Mary Marie Everett [Mury 5\ VIII. 33"], bom in 
Youngstown, Ohio. 

5'. IX. 60''^. Joseph Eilwardu, her fii-st husband, bom in Tiffin, 
Ohio, died in Poi'tsmouth, Ohio. A Methodist minister. Residence : 
Portsmouth. 

Mr. Edwards was a son of Martin and Nancy (Kimes) Edwards. His 
fatlier was a farmer, of Tiffin. Ancestkt Tables |^,x>- 

5'. IX. 60"^-. William W. McGowen, her second husband, born in 
Big Sandy, Ohio. A manufacturer. 

Mr. McGowen is a son of Wilham and Kesiah (Carter) McGowen. 
His father is proprietor of a large farm, and a hotel, of Big Sandy. 
AucESTET Tables -^ji^t. 

5^ IX. 60'. Lucinda Miller [Sophia 5^ VIII. 33°], born in Millers- 
burg, Ohio. 

5^ IX. 60*. Jared Housel, her husband, born in Northumberland 
County, Penn. A farmer. Residence: Farmington, Ohio. 

Mr. Housel was a son of Peter and Sarah (Myres) Housel. His father 
was a farmer, of Farmington. Axcestet Tables I^^. 

5\ IX. 60'. Margaret Miller [Sophia 5\ VIII. 33'], born in 
Millersburg, Ohio. 

5^ IX. 60"'. Ephraim Boone, her husband, born in Drumleague, 
County of Leitrim, Ireland. A farmer. Residence : Gustavus, Ohio. 

Mr. Boone is a son of Thomas and Jane (Brown) Boone. His father 
was a farmer, of GustaA-us. Ancestry Tables |^^,. 

6^ IX. 60^. Catharine Elizabeth Miller [Sophia 5^ VIII. 33«], 
born in Farmington, Ohio. 

S*. IX. 6(y'. Franii Benjamin Wood, her husband, born in Brattle- 
borough, Vt. A farmer and stock-raiser; also treasurer of the Sugar Creek 
Factory. Residence : Johnson\-ille, Ohio. 



^'IyTH GEXERATIOX. 805 

ilr. Wood is a son of Aoron Walter and Mary (Ramsdell) "Wood. His 
father was a farmer, of Bristolville, Ohio. Axcestky Tables j'fxu- 

5^ IX. 60'-^. Isaac Jay MiUer [Sophia 5^ VIII. 33°], bom in 
Farniington, Ohio. A farmer. Residence : Farmdale, Ohio. 

5*. IX. 6(]^'\ Ellen Marlah Fairchild, his wife, bom in Bristol, 

Ohio. 

Mrs. MiUer is a daughter of Uriah and Almira (Hyde) Fairchild. He 

was a farmer, of Bristol. Ajjcestry Tables g^^ mini- 
s'. IX. 60^. Freeman Gardner Dabney [Gardner 5". VTTI. 33'*], 

bom in Youngstown, Ohio. A farmer. Residence : Warren, Ohio. 

5*. IX. 6CF'. Mary Owvy, his wife, born in Warren, Ohio. 
Mrs. Dabney is a dauo^hter of Frank and Susan (Lane) Owrv. Axcestry 
Tables fy„,. X . »-> « ' J^-- 

5'. IX. 60=^. Lanra Jane Dabney [Gardner 5^ VIII. 33*], bom in 
Austintown, Ohio. 

5°. IX. ^6P'. Covinrjton Westlake, her husband, born in Mill Brook, 
Penn., died in Warren, Ohio. An iron manufacturer. Residence : Wan-en. 

Mr. Westlake was a son of Josiah and Hepsibeth (Willard) Westlake. 
His father was a farmer, of Youngstown, Ohio. Ancestry Tables j'^^,. 

b". IX. 60^. Charles Dabney [Gardner 5^ VIII. 33'^], born in 
Au.stintown, Ohio. Of the firm of Dabney & Borden, real-estate and 
insurance agents. Residence : Boulder, Col. 

5*. IX. GCP''. Catharine Church, his wife, bom in Yardstown, Ohio. 
Mrs. Dabney is a dauirliter of Si-ymour and Nancy (Vanwye) Church. 
Ho was a farmer, of Seward, Neb. Axcestry Tables j^xti- 

5°. IX. 60-°. Mary Dabney [Ebenezer 5'-b\ VIII. 33*], born in 
Youngstown, Ohio. 

5'. IX. G0'\ William Wade, her husband, born in Bristol, Ohio. A 
farmer. Residence : Bristol. 



806 THE PICKERING GENEALOGY. 

Mr. Wade is a son of James and Susan (Cline) Wade. His fathei- was 
a farmer, of Bristol. Ancestry Tables j^xn- 

5". IX, 60^. Jolin Dabney [Ebenezer 5'=-5"'. VIII. 33'J, born in Bris- 
tolville, Ohio. A farmer. Residence : Bristol, Ohio. 

5°. IX. GCf''. Kate Shivelu, his wife, born in Jackson, Ohio. 
Mrs. Dabney is a daughter of Jacob and Elizabeth (Wolfcale) Shively. 
He was a farmer, of Bristolville, Ohio. Ancestry Tables jfun- 

5". IX. 60^. William Dabney [Ebenezer 5"=-5^ VIII. SS^], born in 
Bristol, Ohio. A f;irmer. Residence : West Mecca, Ohio. 

5°. IX. GCF''. Lorinda De Camp, his wife, bom in Champion, Ohio. 
Mrs. Dabney is a daughter of Harvey and Isabelle (Musgrove) De Camp. 
He was a farmer, of Champion. Ancestry Tables |y„,„. 

5^ IX. 60^. G-ardner Dabney [Ebenezer 5'=-5'*. VIII. 33^, bom in 
Bristol, Ohio. A real-estate dealer. Residence : Jewell, Ohio. 

5*. IX. 60^". Susannah Mariah Hinear, his wife, born in Lords- 
town, Ohio. 

Mrs. Dabney is a daughter of Cahan and Mary Ann (Stall) Rinear. 

AjfCESTBY Tables yYnir- 

5"*. IX. 60^. Cliauncy Dabney [Ebenezer b'-b". VIII. 33'], born in 
Bristol, Ohio. A farmer. Residence : Farmington, Ohio. 

5*. IX. 6CF'. Alice C. Matheirs, his wife, born in Painesville, Ohio. 
Mrs. Dabney is a daughter of John and Ann (Whitfield) ]\Iathews. He 
was a merchant, of Paines^-ille. Ancestry Tables ^^„- 

5". IX. 60-'. Robert Dabney [Ebenezer b'-b^ VIII. 33'], bora in 
Bristohnlle, Ohio, died in Farmington, Ohio. A farmer. Residence : 
Farmington. 

5*. IX. 6CF'. CJiloe Burr, his wife, bom in Troy, Ohio. Residence: 
Hartford, Ohio. 

She married, second, Reuben Baldwin. 



NINTH GENERATION. 807 

3lrs. Baldwin is a daughter of Linus and Eunice (Fuller) Burr. He was 
a farmer, of Troy, Ohio. X:s>z^i&i Tables ^^x^,,. 

S"*. IX. 60^. Eliza Jane Dabney [Ebenezer 5''-5^ VIII. 33*], born 
in Bristol, Ohio. 

5*. IX. SCP''. Williaui Harklerode, her husband, born in Champion, 
Oliio. A farmer. Residence : Farmington, Ohio. Ancestky Tables syxiyh- 

6". IX. 60-\ Eveline Dabney [Ebenezer 5=-5^ YIII. 33^, born in 
Bristolville, Ohio. 

5'*. IX. 60^°. Isaac M. Hoitsel, her husband, born in Southington, 
Ohio. A farmer. Residence : Gustavus, Ohio. 

Mr. and Mrs. Housel are first cousins once removed. His number in 
direct descent is [S*. X. 98-"]. 

5^ IX. 60-'. Emogene Dabney [Ebenezer S'-o". VIII. 33^, born in 
Bristolville, Ohio. 

b^. IX. 60^". Charlie Griffin, her husband, born in Southington, 
Ohio. A farmer. Residence : Southington. 

Mr. Gnffin is a son of Ephraim Berdsey and Amelia (Bronson) Gnfl&n. 
His father was a farmer, of Southington. Ancestry Tables |yxr.,„- 

6. IX. 66. Catherine Orne Baldwin [Elizabeth 0. 6. VIII. 51], 
born in Boston, died in Newton, Mass. 

6. IX. 66. John Henry Adams Tappan, her husband, bom in 
Roxbury, Mass., died in Brookline, Mass. A merchant. Residence : 
Newton, afterwards Brookline. 

Mr. Tappan was a son of Thomas Parsons and Jlartha (Parker) Tappan, 
of Roxbury, Mass. His mother was an Englishwoman. His ancestiy 
'includes the following f;imilies: Tappan, Taylor, Batt, Greenleaf, Scott> 
Scales, Barker, Parsons, Parker. See A^-cESTRT Tables |^. 

6. IX. 68. Luke Bald-vvin [Elizabeth 0. 6. VIII. 51], born in 
Boston, died in Arkansas. 

121S364 



808 THE PICKERING GENEALOGY. 

During the chnl war, !Mr. Biildwin was a quartermaster in the Twenty- 
fourth Iowa Regiment. 

6. IX. 69. Samuel Parkman Baldwin [Elizabeth O. 6. VIII. 51], 
bom in Roxbury, Mass. A niei-chant Residence : Newton, Mass. 

6. IX. 69. Jfari/ Ann Smith Mansfield Baldwin, his wife, born 
in Duustaljle, now Xusiiua, X. H. 

Mr. and Mrs. Baldwin are first cousins. She is a daughter of John 
Avery and Sarah (Collins) Baldwin, of Xasliua, X. H. Luke Baldwin 
[6. VIII. 5r\ is her uncle ; Thomas Citshing [6. VII. ^i'] is her great-grand- 
uncle ; Harriet Uphnm [55. VII. 314^ is her first cousin ; Susan Poivell 
Warren [51. VII. 277^ is her second cousin. Her ancestry includes the 
following families: Baldwin, Richardson, Fisk, "Wilson, Flagg, Lepping- 
well, Carter, Burnham, Parkman, Trask, Adams, Champney, Hubbard, 
Avery, Lane, Little, Warren, Sturdevant, Deming, Treat, Green, Cushing, 
Pitcher, Hawke, Thaxter, Jacob, Bromfield, Danforth, Wilson, Fletcher, 
Cushing, Pitcher, Hawke, Thaxter, Jacob, Collins, Avery, Lane, Little, 
Warren, Sturdevant, Deraing, Treat, Green, Avery, Lane, Little, Warren, 
Sturdevant, Deming, Treat, Green, Cushing, Pitcher, Hawke, Thaxter, 
Jacob, Bromfield, Danforth, Wilson, Fletcher, Cushing, Pitcher, Hawke, 
Thaxter, Jacob. See A^scestry Tables l^. 

6. IX. 70. William Pynchon Baldwin [Elizabeth 0. 6. VIII. 
51], born in Roxbury, Mass. A book-keeper. Residence: Watertown, 
Wis. 

6. IX. 71!?. Lois JJrmino Parkhnrst, his wife, born in Randolph, Vt. 
Mrs. Baldwin is a daugliter of Hiram and Lois Eliza (Ingrahara) Park- 
Imrst. An-ci;stky Tables ^. 

6. IX. 7-2. George Bailey Loring [Sally P. G. VIII. 56], bom in 
North Aiulover, Mass., died in Salem. Residences: Salem, and Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

Dr. Loring, H. C. 18.38, M.D. 1842, studied medicine with Dr. Joseph 
Kittredge, of North Andover. He practised his profession in North 



NINTH GENERATION. 809 



Andover about a year, and then \yas appointed post-surgeon in the United 
States Marine Hospital, Chelsea. He remained there about seven years, 
and, in 1849, was appointed commissioner to revise the hospital system. 
He was surgeon of the Massachusetts Seventh Regiment in the years 1842, 
1843, and 1844. In 1851, he moved to Salem, and was afterward 
appointed postmaster of that city. His residence was the old Pickman 
House on Essex Street, which was inherited by his wife. For many years 
he applied himself to practical and scientific agriculture, and to the prep- 
aration and delivery of addresses upon those and kindred subjects. He 
became president of the New England Agricultural Society at its formation, 
in 1864, and held the position at the time of his death. He represented 
Salem in the Legislature from 18<j6 to 18G8, was a delegate to the 
National Repubhcan Conventions in 1868, 1872, and 1876, was chairman 
of the State Republican Committee from 1869 to 1876, United States 
Centennial Commissioner from 1872 to 1876, and was president of the 
State Senate from 1873 to 1877. He was elected to Congress as a Repub- 
lican in 1876, and served until 1881, when he became United States Com- 
missioner of Agriculture, remaining in the office until 1885. In 1889, he 
was appointed, by President Han-ison, as minister to Portugal, which posi- 
tion he held for little more than a year, and then resigned. 

Dr. Loring published many essays, reviews, etc., of a varied character. 
He was a member of the Xaumkeag Fire Club, the Essex Institute, was 
president of the Salem Lyceum, and a member of various societies.^ 

6. IX. 72^. Jlart/ Toppan Pickman, the first wife of George B. 
Loring, bom in Salem, died in Salem. 

At the time of Mrs. Loring's deatli, a ti-ibute to her character appeared 
in the Christian Register. It stated that she was a woman of wide readino-, 
and of remarkable culture, and was seemingly unconscious of her superior 
knowledge; also, that she was a woman of warm friendship and 
benevolence. 

Mrs. Loring was a daughter of Thomas and Sopliia (Palmer) Pickman, 
of Salem. Clark Gayton Pickman [6. VI. 1S'\ and William Pickman [50. VI. 

1 Boston Herald of Sept. 1.^, 1891 ; the Boston Post of Sept. 15, 1801 ; and One of a 
Thousand, by John C. Kand, pp. 383-384. 



810 THE PICKERIXG GEXEALOGY. 

8o'\ were her grandiincles. Her ancestry includes the following families : 
Pickman, Hardy, Lindall, Veren, Rawlins, English, Toppan, Taylor, Batt, 
Angier, Batt, Barton, Roberts, "Willoughby, Bai-tholomew, Palmer. See 
Ancestby Tables ^ji. 

6. IX. 72". Anna Hildreth, the second wife of George B. Loring, 
born in New York City. Residences: New York City and Salem. 

Mrs. Loring's first husband, whom she manied April 18, 1872, was 
Charles Henry Hildreth, H. C. 1864, a lawyer, of New York City. He 
was bom in Concord, Mass., Feb. 27, 1843, and died in Davos, Switzer- 
land, ilarch 10, 1879. He was a son of George W. and Eliza (Brown) 
Hildreth. By him she had : — 

LoBiNG Thatee Hildreth, born in Elizabeth, X. J., July 24, 1873. 

IVIrs. Loring is a daughter of Isaac Townsend and Elizabeth Tngalls 
(Putnam) Smith. Her father was a banker, of New York City. Her 
ancestry includes the following families : Smith, Putnam, Hutchinson, Bos- 
worth, Putnam, Ingalls, Osgood, Emery, Webster, Shatswell, Martin, 
Hawkes, Palmer. See Akcestey Tables j^i. 

6. IX. 73. Isaac Osgood Loring [Sally P. 6. VIIL 56], bom in 
North Andover, Mass., died in North Andover. A fai'mer. Residence: 
North Andover. 

6. IX. 73' . I]lleii jMaria King, his fii'st wife, born in Danvers 
Mass., died in North Andover, Mass. 

Mrs. Loring was a daughter of the Hon. Daniel Putnam and Sarah 
Page (Flint) King, of Danvers. Caroline Watts King [6. IX. 7o^] and 
Sarah Page King [6. IX. 74'] were her sisters. Her ancestry includes the 
following families: King, Goldthwait, ^Marsh, Silsbee, Southwick, Follett, 
Trask, Jacobs, Frost, Dudley, Upton, ^Maber, Goodell, Goodell, Flint, 
Douuton, Putnam, Prince, Upton, Wilkins, Putnam, Hutchinson, Bos- 
worth, Cutler, Leach, Flint, Putnam, Hutchinson, Bosworth, Bacon, 
Richardson, Giles, Page, Paine, Dunster, Lawrence, ^lorse, Phillips, 
Lawrence, "^^orse, Phillips, Rutter, Andrew, Porter, Peabody, Foster, 
Andrew, Porter, Hathorne, Putnam, Prince. See .Ancestry Tables |^i. 



XI2^Tff GENERATION. gH 



6. IX. 7S-. Caroline Watts King, the second wife of Isaac 0. Lor- 
in", born in Danvers, Mass., died in North Andover, Mass. 

The Boston Herald of March 15, 1889, in a notice of her death, states 
tliat "The King sisters were famous in Essex County for their beauty and 
spirit." 

Mrs. Loring was a sister of her husband's first wife. For her ancestry 
see page 810. See Axcestey Tables jji. 

6. IX. 74. Gayton Pickman Loring [Sally P. 6. VIII. 56], born 
in North Andover, ^lass., died at Highgate Springs, Vt. A merchant. 
Residence : Boston, Mass. 



6. IX. 74- Sara7i Page King, his wife, born in Danvers, 
died in Boston, of consumption. 

Mrs. Loring was a daughter of the Hon. Daniel Putnam and Sarah 
Page (Flint) King, of Danvers. Ellen 2Iaria King [6. IX. 73^'\ and 
Caroline Watts King [6. IX. 73^'\ were her sisters. For her ancestry see 
under the head of her sister, Ellen Maria King [6. IX. 7<?^] on page 810. 
See Ancestry Tables jj. 

6. IX. 75. John Alden Loring [Sally P. 6. VIII. 56], born in 
North Andover, Mass. A lawyer. Residence : North Andover. 

Mr. Loring, H. C. 1843, after studying law one year in the office of 
William Stevens, one year at the Harvard Law School, and one year in the 
office of "William Brigham, of Boston, was admitted to the Suffolk Bar on 
Feb. 13, 184:7. Since that time he has been in the practice of his profession 
in Boston. 

6. IX. 77. Isaac Faulkner Osgood [Isaac 6. VIII. 58], bom 
in North Andover, Mass., died at North Andover. Residence : North 
Andover. 

Mr. Osgood's early education was received at the old Franklin Academy, 
in North Andover Centi-e. He studied surveying, and became a member of 
the suTA'eying party, under General Isaac T. Stevens, in the exploration and 
survey for a railroad to the Pacific Coast, in 1853 and 1854, being distribut- 
ing agent and quartermaster. He was commended for his sound judgment, 



812 THE PICKERIXG GENEALOGY. 

great integrity, and coolness in the many diflioulties and dangers encoun- 
tered on that expedition. The greater part of his life, however, was spent 
in his native town, where he fillod many important town offices. He was a 
member of the school committee for a few years, was appointed, in 1875, 
postmaster, which office he held until his death, and served a continuous 
term of twelve or thirteen years, until 1892, as town clerk. His records 
are an example of neatness and method. He was secretary and treasurer of 
the Brick Store Company, superintendent and treasurer of Ridgewood Ceme- 
tery Association, and a member of the North Andover Improvement Society. 
Mr. Osgood was not a member of any religious or secret order, but 
lived a simple, straightforward, honorable life. He was not narrow in 
thought, and stood firm by what he believed to be i-ight. He had a natural 
vein of humor, and his reminiscences were very entertaining.^ 

6. IX. 77- Lora Melvina White, the wife of Isaac F. Osgood, born 
in Andover, Mass. Residence : North Andover, Mass. 

Mrs. Osgood is a daughter of Burnham Smith and Mary (Sawyer) 
"White. He was a farmer, of Andover. Her ancestry includes the follow- 
ing families : White, Wilkins, Sawyer, Sinclair, Griftm. See Axcestkt 
Tables ^. 

6. IX. 80. Charlotte Emeline Osgood [Isaac 6. YIII. 58], born 
in North Andover, Mass. 

6. IX. 80. Moses Tyler Stevens, her husband, born in North An- 
dover, Mass. A woollen manufacturer. Residence : North Andover. 

Mr. Stevens was prepared for Dartmouth College at Franklin Academy, 
North Andover, and at Phillips Academy, Andover ; but, after a year in 
college, he went into business with his father in manufacturing flannels. 
For twenty-six years the name of the firm was Nathaniel Stevens & Son ; 
but, in 187G, he began on his own account the manufacture of women's 
goods, and with his two sons continues the business, operating mills at 
North Andover, Andover, Franklin, N. H., and Haverhill, Mass. In 1861, 
he was a representative in the Legislature; and, in 1868, he was in the 

• The Andover Townsman of Dec. 29, 1893. 



2riXTH GEXERATION. 813 

Senate. He was elected as representative in Congress in 1890 and 1892. 
Besides his private business, he is president of the Stevens Linen "Works, at 
Webster, Mass. ; a trustee of the Andover Sa\'ing3 Bank ; president of the 
Andover National Bank ; and a director of the Merrimack Mutual Fire 
Insurance Company.^ 

He is a son of Captain Nathaniel and Harriet (Hale) Stevens. Nathaniel 
Ptaslee Sargeant [50. V. J5-] was his great-granduncle. His ancestry in- 
cludes the following families : Stevens, Hale, Hutchinson, Bosworth, North- 
end, Holstead, Emery, Webster, Shatswell, Sawj-er, Sargeant, Perkins, 
Barnes, Stevens, Peaslee, Barnard, Kimball, Scott, Wyatt, Marsh, Cutler, 
Da\'is. See Ajs-cestrt Tables jj. 

7. IX. 82. Mary Cliaiidler [Josephine 7. VIH. 68], born in Con- 
cord, N. H. 

7. IX. 83. Augustus George Bullock, her husband, born in Enfield, 
Conn. A lawyer. Residence : "Woi'cester, Mass. 

Mr. Bullock, H. C. 1868, was commissioned, Feb. 15, 1868, military 
secretary to the governor, his father, with the rank of lieutenant-colonel. 
In 1871, he engaged in banking in Worcester, under the firm of Rice, 
Whiting, & Bullock. He afterwards read law, aud practised in Worcester. 
He has been president and ti-easurer of the State Mutual Life Assurance 
Company, of Worcester. 

Mr. Bullock is one of the most active political workers of the Democratic 
party in his county. He is a member of the executive committee of the 
Young Men's Democratic Club, of which he was elected the president in 
1892. In 1890, he was the Democratic candidate for mayor of Worcester, 
but was defeated.^ 

He is a son of the late Governor Alexander H. and Elvira (Hazard) 
Bullock. His ancestry includes the following families: Bullock, Davis, 
Whitney, Hazard, Merrill. See Ancestry Tables ^^. 

' One of a Thousand, bv John C. Rand, p. 581 ; and Massachusetts of To-Day, p. 53, 
which contains Mr. Stevens's portrait. 

' The Chandler Family, by George Chandler, M.D., p. 580 ; also the Boston Herald 
of April 19, 1892. 



814 THE PICKERiya GENEALOGY. 

7. IX. 81. Fanny Chandler [Josephine 7. VIII. 68], born in Wor- 
cester, Mass. 

7. IX. 84- Waldo Lincoln, her husband, bom in Worcester, Mass. 
A manufacturer. Residence : Worcester. 

Mr. Lincohi, H. C. 1870, is a member of the firm of W. E. Cutter 
& Co., engaged in the manufacture of copperas, Venetian red, etc., at 
Worcester. 

He is a son of Daniel Waldo and Frances Fiske (Merrick) Lincoln. 
His father was president of the Boston and Albany Railroad. His ancestry 
includes the following families: Lincoln, Hersey, Chubbuck, Whiton, Beal, 
Hobart, Dewey, Lincoln, Hawke, Fearing, Beal, Hobart, Dewey, Johnson, 
Hersey, Chubbuck, Waldo, Cogswell, Thompson, Peck, Savage, Salisbury, 
Williams, Saunders, Munjoy, Elbridge, Seaver, Ballard, Inglesby, Warren, 
Warren, Winslow, Fuller, Pelham, Waldegrave, Wensley, Paddy, Freeman, 
Chandler, Douglas, Mattle, Raymond, Smith, Bourne, Gardiner, Wilemson, 
King, Ludlam, Church, Warren, Southworth, Collier, Paine, Rainsford, 
Sunderland, Merrick. See Ancestry Tables ^y. 

7. IX. 97. Esther Orne Clarke [John L. 7. VIII. 76], born in 
Kendall, 111. 

7. IX. 97. Frefleric Ward Putnam, her husband, born in Salem. 
Anthropologist. Residence : Cambridge, Mass. 

In 1856, Professor Putnam entered the Lawrence Scientific School as a 
special student under Professor Agassiz, with whom he remained until 
1864, when he returned to Salem. In 1855, he was elected a member of 
the Essex Institute, and in the following year he was made cm-ator of 
ornithology, and cabinet-keeper. He was but seventeen years old when 
his first paper, entitled a " Catalogue of the Birds of Essex County, Massa- 
chusetts," was printed in the Proceedings of the Institute. On the founda- 
tion of the Peabody Academy of Science, in 1867, he was elected the 
director of the museum, which position he held until 1875, when he suc- 
ceeded Professor Wyman as curator of the Peabody Museum. In 1886, 
be was appointed Professor of American Archteology and Ethnology in 



KINTH GENERATIOX. 815 



Harvard College. In 187-4, he was an instructor at tbe School of Natural 
History on Penikese Island, and during the same year he was appointed 
an assistant on the geological survey of Kentucky. In 1875, the engineer 
department of the United States Army appointed him to examine and 
report on the archaeological collections of the geological and geographical 
survey under Lieutenant George M. Wheeler; and, in 1876-1878, he was 
also assistant in charge of the collection of fishes in the Museum of Com- 
parative Zoology at Harvard. On July 19, 1882, he was appointed, by 
Governor Long, Commissioner of Inland Fisheries of the State of Massa- 
chusetts, for five years; and, in 1887, he became Commissioner of Fish 
and Game. 

In February, 1891, Professor Putnam was appointed chief of the De- 
partment of Ethnology, etc., of the World's Columbian Exposition. In 
connection with the prepai-ation of this department, he superintended the 
work of about one hundred assistants, carrying on research in archseology, 
ethnology, and physical anthropology in diffei^ent parts of America. He was 
the originator of the plan for establishing a scientific museum in Chicago 
as a result of the Exposition. He published the outlines of this plan in the 
Chicago Tribune in May, 1890, and accepted his appointment as chief of a 
department with the understanding that the results of his scientific labors 
for three years should remain in Chicago as the nucleus of a permanent 
museum. It was largely through liis unremitting eftbrts that interest was 
aroused and the establishment of the museum made possible. In June, 
1894, he was appointed curator of the department of Anthropology of the 
American Jluseum of Natural History in New York ; and since that time 
he has directed the museum and field work of that department of the- New 
York Museum in addition to his duties in Cambridge. 

Since 1865, his work has been in anthropology, principally in American 
ai-chaeology, and his acquaintance with this subject is probably unexcelled 
in the United States. He has directed or personally conducted more field- 
work in archieology than any other man in America. His papers on scien- 
tific subjects exceed three hundred, and embrace descriptions of many 
mounds, burial-places, and shell heaps, and of the objects found in them. 
In 1867, he was associated with others in founding the "American Natural- 



816 TEE PICKERING GEXEALOGY. 

ist," und was one of its editors until 1875. He has also edited many 
volumes of the " Proceedings of the Essex Institute," besides " Annual 
Reports of the Trustees of the Peabody Academy of Science," " Proceed- 
ings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science/' and of 
the " Peabody Museum of Archseulogy and Ethnology." He published his 
report to the engineer department as Volume VII. of the " Report upon 
Geogra{)hical and Geological Explorations and Surveys West of the 100th 
Meridian" (Wasliington, 1879). 

Professor Putnam is a member of the Massachusetts Historical Society, 
of the American Antiquarian Society, of the American Academy of Arts 
and Sciences, and of many other scientific and historical societies here and 
in Europe. He was elected a member in 1885 of the National Academy of 
Science, and is widely known by his office of permanent secretary of the 
American Association for the Advancement of Science, which he has held 
since 1873 ; and the great increase iu the membership of the association 
since that time is attributed largely to his executive ability. He was vice- 
president of the Essex Institute from 1871 to 1894, and was elected presi- 
dent of the Boston Society of Natural History in 1887. In 1868, he 
received the degree of A.M. from "Williams College; and, in 1894, the Uni- 
versity of Pennsylvania conferi-ed upon him the degree of Doctor of 
Science.^ 

His first wife, whom he married June 1, 1864, was Adelaide Martha 
Edmauds. She was bom Dec. 29, 1838, and died March 10, 1879. By 
her he has the following children : — 

Alice Edmands Putxam, born June 22, 1865. 

Eben Putnam, born Oct. 10, 1868. He married Florence Maude 

Tucker. 
Ethel Appleto?? Fiske Putxaji, born July 16, 1873. 

He is a son of Ebenezer and Elizabeth (Appleton) Putnam. His 
ancestry includes the following families: Putnam, Prince, Brocklebank, 
"Woodman, Hathorne, Gardner, Frier, Orne, Scollay, Pratt, Cooper, 
Maverick, Harris, Sherwood, Fiske, Lanterce, Gipps, Symmes, Sparhawk, 

* Appleton's Cyclopaedia of American Biography, Vol. V. pp. 138-139, and other 
sources. 



NINTH GENERATION. 817 



AngitT, Gerrisli, Lowell, WalJron, Higginsun, Wliittiekl, Slieafe, Savage, 
Syinmes, Phippen, "Wuod, Guppy, PaltVay, Manning, Galley, Beckfoixl, 
I'inson, Green, x\.ppIeton, Everard, Glover, Harris, Rogers, Grane, Deni- 
son, Dudley, Gibbs, Temple, Slieafe, Webb, Greenough, Upfeliall, Gapen, 
Sparhawk, Angler, Newman, Heman, Porter, Stanley, Gook, Westwood, 
Sewall, Hunt, Dummer, Archer, Mitchell, Boradel, "Ward, Flint, Massey, 
Wells, Warner, Derby, Hilman, Youngs, Budd, Lander, Henderson. See 
A^fCKSTKY Tables ^ j. 

7. IX. 100. Louisa Belcher Clarke [John L. 7. VIIL 76], born 
in Kendall, 111. 

7. IX. 100\ Andrew Smith Church, her first husband, bora in New 
York Gity. 

Mr. Ghurch is a son of James Grandon and Susan Gourtney (Kelso) 
Church. His ancestry includes the following families : Ghurch, Alden, 
Mullins, Simmons, White, Phillips, Lazell, Gates, White, Gook, South worth, 
Collier, Wilber, Kelso. See An-cestrt Tables |^.. 

7. IX. 100^. Thomas Whitfield, her second husband, born in Ireland. 
A pharmacist. Residence : Chicago, 111. 

Mr. Whitfield graduated at the Chicago College of Pharmacy, and is a 
member of the firm of Thomas Whitfield & Co., manufacturing and dispens- 
ing chemists in Chicago. 

He is a son of Thomas and Susanna (Brown) Whitfield. His father is a 
farmer, of Ireland. Ancestry Tables ^,. 

8. IX. 102. Sophronia Ann Henderson [Maria S. 8. VIIL 80], 
born in Dover, N. H. 

8. IX. 102. Alexander Frnzier, her husband, born at Belfast, Prince 
Edward Island, died in Dover, N. H. A merchant tailor. Residence: 
Dover. 

Mr. Frazier was a son of Donald and Christena (McTavish) Frazier. 

His parents emigrated to Prince Edward Island from Inverness, Scotland, 

in 1803, and lived and died in Belfast. They had ten children. Axcestey 

Tables fj. 

52 



818 THE PICKERING GENEALOGY. 



8. IX, 105. James William Henderson [Maria S. 8. VIII. 80], 
bom. in Rochester, N. H. A lawyer. Residences: Dover, N. II., and St. 
Augustine, Fla. 

Mr. Henderson was educated at the High School, and at the Franklin 
Academy, iu Dover. He was a member of the Board of Education of 
Dover from 1871 to 1875. 

8. IX. 105. Ellen Ihomxison, his wife, bom in Lockport, N. Y. 

Mrs. Henderson's first husband was George M. Thompson, a Chicago 
lawyer of note. 

She is a daughter of Jacob and Marian (Springstein) Compton. Her 
father was a merchant. A>-cESTKr Tables ^^i- 

8. IX. 107. Sarah Frances Henderson [Maria S. 8. VIII. 80], born 
in Rochester, N. H. 

8. IX. lOV. Alviii Wesley Maynes, her first husband, born in Saco, 
Maine, died in Rochester, X. H. 

Mr. Haynes was a son of Dr. James and Elizabeth (Canney) Haynes. 
Ancestry Tables -jji. 

8. IX. 107~. Frank Xash, her second husband, born in Worcester, 
Mass. Residence: Somerville, Mass. 
Akcestry Tables 4^.. 

8. IX. 111. Charles Minot Sheafe [Eunice 8. VIII. 84]. Name 
changed from Charles Henry Smith in 1854. Born in Durham, N. H. 
Superintendent of the Southern Lines of the Illinois Central Railroad. 
Residence : Xew Orleans, La. 

Mr. Sheafe began to work on the Erie Railway when he was about 
sixteen years old, and filled all positions on tlie train service. In 1873, he 
was appointed Division Superintendent on the ^lissourl, Kansas, & Texas 
Railroad, in Missouri, and gradually advanced to the position he now holds. 

8. IX. 111. Annie i. Jones, his wife, l)orn in Vermilion, 111. 

Mrs. Sheafe is a dauirhter of Oliver Reuben and Catharine Annie 



NINTH GENERATION. gig 



(Jordan) Jones. Her ancestry includes the following families. Jones, 
Jordan, Starr. See Ancestry Tables ^^. 

8. IX. 113. Maiy Eunice Sheafe [Eunice 8. VIII. 84], born in 
Durham, N. H. Her name was changed from Smith in 1854. 

8. IX. 113. Ignatius Stanislaus Wilson, her husband, bom in 
Upper Marlborough, Md. Residence : Upper ^larlborough. 

Sir. Wilson is a son of the Hon. George Washington and Mary (Lynch) 
Wilson. His father is an editor, of Upper Marlborough. Ancestry Tables ^. 

9. IX. 122. Bernard Lincoln Green [Bernard R. 9. VIII. 92], 
bom in ]\[alden, Mass. A civil engineer. 

Mr. Green graduated as a civil engineer from the University of Michigan 
in 1891. He has since been engaged on the Inter-oceanic Railroad, on the 
Isthmus of Tehufintepec, and other engineering work, and is now in the 
employ of the engineering firm of The Osborn Company in Cleveland, Ohio. 

9. IX. 133. Cornelia "Wentworth Green [Nicholas St. J. 9. VIII. 
102], bora in Cambridge, Mass. 

Miss Green graduated at the Harvard Annex (Radcliffe) in 1889, and is 
engaged in teaching. 

9. IX. 135. Frederic Green [Nicholas St. J. 9. VIII. 102], born in 
Cambridge, Mass. A lawyer. 

Mr. Green, H. C 1889, LL.B. 1893, graduated at the Cambridge Latin 
School. He now practises law in New York City. 

9. IX. 137. Albert Emerson Greene [Charles E. 9. MIL 110], 
born in Bangor, ^Vlaine. 

Mr. Greene graduated at the University of Michigan in 1895. 

10. IX. 139. Edward Orne Damon [Edward A. 10. VIII. 113], 
born in St. Louis, Mo. A manufacturer. Residence : Northampton, Mass. 

10. IX. 139. Florence Pierson Simpson, his wife, born in New- 
bmyport, Mass. 



820 THE PICKERIXG GEXEALOGY. 

Mrs. Damon is a daughter of Tlioinas C. and Sarah A. ("Wood) Simpson. 
He is a sea-captain, of Newburyport. Axckstky Tablks 5 j. 

10. IX. 140. Frances Henrietta Damon [Edward A. 10. VIII. 
113], born in St Louis, Mo. 

10. IX. 1^. Walker Gill Wijlie, her husband, bom in Chester, 
S. C. A physician. Kesidence : New York City. 

Dr. Wylie is a sou of Alexander Pearson and Juliet Agnes (Gill) Wylie. 
Ancestrv Tables 55. 

10. IX. 144. Henry Green Hart [Caroline G. 10. VIII. 120], bom 
in Everett, Mass. A dry goods commission-merchant. Residence : New 
York City. 

10. IX. 144- Ai^nie Parker Studleij, his wife, bom in New York City. 
Mrs. Hart is a daughter of Theodore Earl and Helena (Parker) Studley. 

He is a merchant, of New York City. Axcestry Tables j^. 

11. IX. 148. Ralph WeUs [Ralph 11. VIII. 130], born in New York 
City. A ranchman and stock-raiser. Residence: Wolf Creek, Mont. 

Mr. Wells graduated at Yale College in 1874. He is a justice of the 
peace of Jlontana. 

11. IX. 148. Bessie Linden Miller, his wife, born in Wolfville, 
Nova Scotia. 

Mrs. Wells is a daughter of Edward and Sarah Jane (Reid) ]\Iiller. He 
is a farmer, of Nova Scotia. Ancestry Tables j^,. 

11. IX. 149. Mary V^ells [Ralph 11. VIII. 130], born in New York 
City. 

11. IX. 149. Frank Murray Olyphant, her husband, bora in New 
York City. Secretary of the Delaware and Pludson Canal Company. 
Residence : New York City. 

Mr. Olyphant is a son of David and Hairiet Turner (Burr) Olyphant. 
His father was a bank officer, of New York City. His ancestry includes 
the following families: Olyphant, Burr, Fitch, Sturges, Isaacs. See Ancestky 
Tables l\. 



NINTH GENERATION. 821 



11. IX. loO. John Adams "Wells [Ralph 11. VIII. 130], bom in 
N(i\Y York City. A pliysician. Residence : Englevvood, N. J. 

11. IX. loO. Janet Taylor Wall, Lis wife, born in Dresden, 
Germany. 

Mrs. Wells is .i daughter of the Rev. Thomas G. and Janet (Holliston) 
Wall, of New York City. Mrs. Wall was from Xewberne, N. C. Ancestry 
TAnr,ES ^. 

11. IX. 155. Frederick Emerson Harnden [Mary C. 11. VIII. 
139], born in Reading, Mass. A chemist. Residence : Pueblo, Col. 

Mr. Emerson was educated at the Boston High School, and at the 
Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He is a chemist in the Colorado 
Fuel and Iron Works, at Pueblo. 

11. IX. 156. Katharine Orne Harnden [Mary C. 11. VIIL 139], 
born in Reading, Mass. 

Mrs. Koren was educated at the Girls' Boston High School, and at the 
Harvard Annex. 

11. IX. 136. John Koren, lier husband, born in Decorah, Iowa. 
Mr. Koren is a son of William and Elizabetli (Hysing) Koren. His 
father is a clergyman, of Iowa. Axcestry Tables |^,. 

11. IX. 158. Harriet Orne Emerson [Rufus H. 11. VIIL 140], 
bom in Erie, Penn. 

11. IX. lo8. Boiven Wisner Schumacher, her husband, bom in 
Jackson, Mich. An attorney-at-law. Residence : Chicago, 111. 

Mr. Schumacher graduated at the University of Michigan in 1885, and 
is a member of the firm of Eastman & Schumacher, of Chicago, III., 
attorneys and counsellors at law. 

He is a son of Michael and Sarah (Wisner) Shoemaker, of Jackson, 
Mich. Ancestry Tables g^„. 

11. IX. 159. Anna Starbuck Emerson [Rufus H. 11. VIIL 140], 
bora in Erie, Penn. 



THE PICKEIilNG GENEALOGY. 



11. IX. loD. Jlefi'ille WlthlHfjtoH Thompson, her husband, born 
in Washington, D. C. Residence : Jackson, 31icli. 

Mr. Tiiompson is a son of Niles ITibbard and Lucy Ehzabeth (^Yithinr^- 
ton) Thompson. His father is in the United States Treasury Department, 
Washington, D. C Ancestry Tables |j,u. 

12. IX. 162. George Prince Osgood [Sarah 12. VIII. 145], born 
in Salem, died in Salem, of paralysis. A man of leisure. Residence: 
Salem. 

The Salem Gazette of Nov. G, 1889, in a notice of his death, speaks of 
him as a " very courteous and kindly man, and one much respected." He 
was at one time a real-estate broker in New York City. 

12. IX. 162. Caroline Perkins, his wife, born in Salem. Resi- 
dence : Salem. 

Mrs. Osgood is a daughter of Thomas and Mary (Dustin) Perkins, of 
Salem. Her ancestry includes the following families : Perkins, Gould, 
Towne, Blessing, Symonds, Easty, Kimball, Scott, Cummings, Andrew, 
Towne, Perkins, Stone, Dustin. See A^ccEsiKr Tables \\. 

12. IX. 163. John Osgood [Sarah 12. VIII. 145], bom in Danvers, 
Mass., died at Staten Island, X. Y. A merchant. Residence: Staten Island. 

Mr. Osgood was engaged in the wholesale dry goods business in New 
York City, where he resided until 1847, when he removed to Staten Island. 
He had retired from business previous to his death. 

12. IX. 163. Anne Letitia Muniford, his wife, born in New York 
City. 

Mrs. Osgood is a daughter of the Hon. Gurdon Saltonstall and Letitia 
(Van Toren) Muniford, of New York City. Hor father was a United States 
Senator. Gurdon Saltonstall JIumford Gcer [12. X. 169'\ was her nephew. 
Hor ancestry includes the following families : Mumford, Sherman, Odding, 
Remington, Richmond, Davis, Cheseborough, Stevenson, ^IcDowell, Salton- 
stall, Kaye, Gurdon, Ward, Edmonds, Roswell, Russell, Pitt, Winthrop, 
Forth, Read, Browne, Smith, Dudley, Dighton, Tyng, Sears (?), Van 
Toren. See Axcestkt Tables r^. 



mXTH GEXEEATIOy. 823 

12. IX. 166. G-eorge Henry Prince [Ilonry 12. VIII. 146], born 
iQ Saleiu. A merchant. Reiiidence: St. Petersburg, Russia. 

^Ir. Prince went to St. Petersburg in 1838, wliere for many years he 
represented the tirni of W. Ropes & Co., holding their full power, 
lie is a member of the managing committee of the Russian Bible Society 
in St. Petersburg, and a life director in the American Bible Society of New 
York. He is a member of the managing committee of tlie so-called 
Religious Tract Society in St. Petersburg, — now suppressed, — Mr. Park- 
koff and Count KoriT, presidents. 

12. IX. 166. Marian Amelia HaU, liis wife, born in Kingstnn-on- 
Hull, Yorkshire, Eng. 

Mrs. Prince was a daughter of John Drinkrow and Harriet (Parkinson) 
Hall, of Scarborough, Eng. Her father was chief clerk of the Aire & 
Calder Navigation Company, and the manager for over thirty years. 
Ancestry Tables ^3. 

12. IX. 167. Benjamin Ropes Prince [Henry 12. VIII. 146], born 
in Salem. A farmer. Residence : Worthington, Minn. 

12. IX. 167^. 3Iarie Alexandrina Van der Vliet, his first wife, 
born in St. Petersburg, Russia. 

Mrs. Prince was the twin child of Ivan Petrovitch and Gertrude Mal- 
vina (Bronsert) "^"an dor Vliet. Her father's ancestors came to Russia with 
Peter the Great, on his return from Holland. Ancestry Tables I5-1. 

12. IX. 167^. Adelia Antoinette JEf/ffleston, his second wife, born 
in Burton, Ohio. 

Mrs. Prince is a daughter of Marcus and Rhoda (Bushnell) Eggleston, 
AxcESTEY Tables |j,. 

12. IX. 171. Samuel Ropes Prince [Henry 12. VIII. 146], bora 
in Salem. A farmer. Residence: Hamilton, Mass. 

Mr. Prince, with a large family of children living with him, canies on 
a large milk farm at "Wenham, ]ilass. 



824 THE PICKERIXG GENEALOGY. 



12. IX. 171. Jlartha Ann Doilfje, lii.s wife, born in AVeiiluuii, Mass. 

Mrs. Prince is a chiujjliter of Augustus and Martha L. (Knowlton) 
Dodge, of Hamilton, Mass. Her ancestry includes the following families: 
Dodge, Eaton, FairfieM, Skipperway, Thome, Cole, Edwards, Knowlton. 
See Ancestry Tablls g g-. 

12. IX. 172. George Nathan Ropes [Mary 12. Ylll. 149], born 
in Salem, died in Salem. A supercargo and shipmaster. Residence: 
Salem. 

Mr. Ropes at tlie age of nineteen began a seafaring life, and made six 
voyages to the East Indies and Europe. He was successful, and his ser- 
vices met with the approval of the owners ; but the voyages impaired his 
health, and he died of consumption. 

12. IX. 172. Pi'iscilla Lambert Upton, his wife, born in Salem, 
died in Worcester, Mass. 

Mrs. Ropes was a daughter of Benjamin and Priscilla (Ropes) Upton. 
Ilennj Upton [20. IX. 2S0~\ was her uncle, and Joseph Upton [28. IX. 459'] 
was her first cousin. Her ancestry includes the following families: Upton, 
Maber, Peirce, Ropes, Ingersoll, Felton, Purchase, Williams, Skerry, Lam- 
bert, Williams, Skeixy, Manning, Galley, Cheever, Allen. See A-vcestky 
Tables -^. 

12. IX. 174. Henry Samnel Ropes [Mary 12. VIII. 149], born in 
Salem, died in Salem, of consumption. Residence: Salem. 

Mr. Ropes graduated at Harvard College in 1846, with honors, and at 
once began the study of the law. in which he continued, with the interval of 
nine months, when he was principal of the Marblehead High School, until 
his death. At that time he had just fmi.>lied translating from the German 
a work on chemistry. A highly eulogistic obituary of Mr. Ropes, which 
appeared in the Salem Register of Sept. 5, 1850, speaks of him as a 
generous, honest, and affectionate companion and friend. 

12. IX. 178. Mary Seeth Ropes [Mary 12. VIII. 149], born in 
Salem, died in Salem. Residence : Salem. 



mXTH GEXERATION. 825 

Miss Ropes had considerable skill in playing the piano, and was for 
fifteen years a member of the choir of the East Church. 

12. IX. 180. Sarah Osgood Ropes [Mary 12. VIII. 149], born in 
Salem, died in Salem, of consumption. Residence : Salem. 

Miss Ropes, as well as her sister, sang in the East Church choir for 
fifteen years. She played very finely on the piano, and was successful as a 
teacher. 

13. IX. 181. R-atli Driver Millett [Charles 13. VIII. 155], bom 
in Salem, died in Salem. 

13. IX. 181. Henrij EUas Jenks, her husband, born in Salem, died 
in Salem. A merchant. Residence : Somerville, Mass. 

Mr. Jenks's second wife, whom he married April 29, 1858, was Sarah E. 
SaflFord. She resides in Salem. By her he had the following children: 

Alice Maud Jexks, bom in Salem, Jan. 26, 1859. 

Edward Jexks, born in Salem, July 18, ISGO. 

Albert Jexks, born in Beverly, Mass., Oct. 31, 1861. 

Charles Hexrv Jexks, born in Beverly, April 27, 18G4; died in Somerville, Mass., 

Sept. 25, 1864. 
]Mtra Jenks, bom in Somerville, Sept. 22, 1S65. . 

TfiLLiAM Arthur Jexks, born in Somerville, July 5, 1868; died there, Oct. 6, 1869. 

Mr. Jenks was a son of Elias and Lydia (Harvey) Jenks. Ancestry 
Tables |^. 

13. IX. 183. Sarah EUzabeth Millett [Charles 13. VIII. 155], 
bom in Salem, died in Salem, of consumption.* 

13. IX. 183. Elbridge Gerry Kimball, her husband, born in Plais- 
tow, N. H., died in Salem, of consumption. A merchant. Residence: 
Salem. 

Mr. Kimball came to Salem early in life ; and, having completed his 
education, he engaged in mercantile pursuits, in which he was successful. 

• The Salem Gazette of Tuesday, Dec. 21, 1847, contains an obituary notice of Mrs. 
KimbalL 



826 TBE PICKERING GENEALOGY. 

Ho was modest, amiable, and kind, and had a large number of friends. His 
life was one of great purity.^ 

Mr. Kimball was a son of Nathaniel and Sarah (Knight) Kimball. His 
ancestry includes the following families: Kimball, Scott, Hazeltine, Day, 
Pingree, Clement, Emerson, Grant, Toothaker, Allen, Ingalls, Little, Poor, 
Coffin, Thember, Stevens, Greenleaf, Clement, Ayer, Sawyer, Knight. See 
Ancestry Tables gj. 

13. IX. 185. Caroline Augusta Millett [Charles 13. VIII. 155], 
bom in Salem, died in Boston, Mass. 

13. IX. 185. William Heiirij Johnson, her husband, bom in Salem. 
Residence : Boston. 

Mr. Johnson is a son of Captain Henry and Mehitable (Putnam) John- 
son, of Danvers, Mass. His ancestry includes the following families: 
Johnson, Buxton, Putnam, Prince, Potter, Putnam, Porter, Hathorne, 
Perley, Goodhue, Fuller, Pendar, Dutch, Lovell, Giddings, Fowler, 
Kimball, Herrick, Laskin, Bartlett, Rust. See Ancestry Tables g^. 

13. IX. 18G. Eliza Axcher Millett [Charles 13. VIII. 155], bora 
in Salem, died in Saco Pool, Maine. 

13. IX. 186. Simeon Pierce Folsom, her husband, bom in Great 
Falls, X. H., died in Boston. A manufacturer. Residence : Dover, N. H. 

He was a member of the firm of A. Folsom & Son, of Boston and 
Dover, N. H., manufacturers of oil-cloth carpeting. 

Mr. Folsom's second wife, whom he married June 6, 1865, was Lucia 
"Wells Nason. She was bom in South Berwick, Maine, March 14, 1834, 
and was a daughter of Benjamin and Olivia S. (Hubbard) Nason. By her 
he had the following child : — 

Harry Lincoln Folsom, born in Boston, April 29, 1866. He married, March 28, 
1888, Elizabeth Whiting Philbriek. 

Mr. Folsom was a son of Abraham and xVbigail S. (Pierce) Folsom. 
His ancestry includes the following families: Folsom, Gilman, Clark, 
Perkins, Hersey, Rust, Perkins, Kinsman, Boardman, Choate, Vamey, 
» The Salem Register of July 9, 1849. 



NINTH GENERATION. 827 



Proctor, Giddings, Lawrence, Goodlme, Watson, Hitchings, Butler, lugalls, 
Eaton, Lea^-itt, Pierce, Cliesley, Tebbetts, Osborne. See Ancestet 
Tables Y'S • 

13. IX. 187. Rebecca King Millett [Charles 13. VIII. 155], born 
in Salem. 

13. IX. 187. Daniel Aufjustus Varney, her husband, born in Salem. 
A retired wholesale boot and shoe dealer. Residence : Salem, 

Mr. Varney, in 1857, became a member of the firm of Francis Dane & 
Co., who were engaged in the boot and shoe business. He afterwards was 
of the firm of Marqueze & Varney in the same business, in Boston. 

He is a son of Daniel and Louisa Jane (Hadley) Varney, of Salem. 
His ancestry includes the following families : Varney, Starbuck, Reynolds, 
Otis, Stoughton, Varney, Cloutman, Buxton, Hadley, Gillis. See Axcesiby 
Tables y^. 

13. IX. 188. Nathan Hardy Millett [Xathan 13. VIII. 159], born 
in Salem. A retired shipmaster. Residence : Salem. 

Mr. Millett went to sea in 1843, and was a shipmaster from 1851 until 
he retired from the service in 1867. 

13. IX. 188. Sarah Elizabeth Felt, his wife, born in Salem. 

Mrs. Millett is a daughter of Benjamin and Hannah (Raymond) Felt. 
He is a pump and block maker, of Salem. Her ancestry includes the fol- 
lowing families : Felt, Wilkinson, Andrews, Purchase, Silsbee, Pickering, 
Cromwell, BeiTy, Manning, Ward, Masury, Raymond, Brown. See Akcestrv 
Tables ^. 

13. IX. 189. Needham Chapman Millett [Nathan 13. VIII. 159], 
born in Salem. A surveyor. Residence : Salem. 

13. IX. ISO. Mary Elisabeth Goodhue, his wife, born in Gilford, 
N. H. 

Mrs. Millett is a daughter of Nathaniel and Sarah (Ross) Goodhue, of 
Chelsea, Mass. Her ancestry includes the following families : Goodhue, 
Watson, Bartlett, Wadleigh, Baker, Ross. See .\^-cestry Tables \\. 



828 THE PICKERING GENEALOGY. 

13. IX. I'JU. Charles Millett [Nathan 13. VIII. 159], born in Salem, 
died in Boston. Residence : Salem. 

Captain ^Millett was tor several years engaged in maritime pursuits, 
commanding' vessels which belonged to Salem ; but he left the sea at an 
early age, and of late years was in the service of the Eastern Railroad. He 
was killed by a shifting-engine just outside of the Boston station.^ 

13. IX. 100. Sylvia E. Wt'Ujht, Iiis wife, born in Salem. 

Mrs. Millett is a daughter of Peter E. and Hannah (Honeycomb) Wright. 
Her ancestry includes the following families : Wright, Peuniman, Honey- 
comb, Pierson. See iLs-CEsxr.Y Tables ^t* 

13. IX. 191. Ellen Ursula Millett [Nathan 13. Ylll. 159], bom 
in Salem. 

13. IX. 191. Richard Harrington, her husband, bom in South 
Danvers, ^lass. A retired tanner and currier. Residence : Salem. 

Mr. Harrington is a son of Jonas Bond and Margaret Harrington, of 
Salem. Axcestrt Tables ff . 

13. IX. 192. EHzabeth Millett [Nathan 13. VIII. 159], bora in 
Salem. Residence : Salem. 

13. IX, 102. Francis Edward Smith, her husband, born in Pea- 
body, Mass., died in !ilalden, Mass. A manufacturer. Residence : Salem. 

Mr. Smith was a son of Caleb Smith [45. VII. 236] and Betsey (Win- 
chester) Smith. AxcESTRY Tables ^. 

13. IX. 193. 'William Henry Millett [Nathan 13. VIII. 159], bom 
in Maiden, Mass. A farmer and milk-dealer. Residence : North Beverly, 
Mass. 

Mr. Millett served as an ensign in the United States Navy during the 
Rebellion. 

13. IX. lOo. Zeftie Pratt Lord, his wife, born in Ellicottville, N. Y. 
Mrs. Millett is a daughter of Azor D. andCalista (Pratt) Lord. A>-cestrt 
Tables y^. 

* The Salem Register of June 1, 1876. 



NINTH GENERATION. 829 



13. IX. iy4. George Milieu [Nathan 13. VIII. 15'J], born in Salem. 
A tanner. Residence : Salem. 

13. IX. 194- Mary Jane Lanijdell, his wife, born in Brunswick, 

Maine- 
Mrs. Millett is a daughter of Joseph and Mary B. (Galley) Langdell. 

A^-CESTET Tables y'^. 

13. IX. 195. Margaret "Webster Millett [Nathan 13. VIII. 159], 
probably born in Salem, 

13. IX. 195. Edward Amos Day, her husband, born in Salem. A 
stationer. Residence : Salem. 

Mr. Day is a son of Amos P. and Mary I. (Day) Day. Axcestrt 
Tables y^. 

13. IX. 197. Rebecca Chapman Millett [Nathan 13. VIII. 159], 
bom in Salem. 

13. IX. 197. William Silver Neal, her husband, born in Antioch, 
111. A dealer in men's furnishing goods. Residence : Salem. 

Mr. Neal is a son of Benjamin Baldwin and Martha (Southwick) Neal, 
of Salem. His ancestry includes the following families : Neal, Lawes, 
Buflfum, Small, Henfield, Grafton (?), Gardner, Frier, White, Herbert, 
White, Elliott, Southwick. See Ancestry Tables Ij. 

13. IX. 199. Joseph Hardy Millett [Joseph H. 13. VIII. 160], 
bom in Salem, died in Salem. A book-keeper. Residence : Salem. 

13. IX. 199. Isabella Duguid Mackenzie, his wife, born in Salem. 
Residence : Salem. 

Mrs. Millett is a daughter of Reuben Freeman and Isabella (Hutchinson) 
Mackenzie. A^-cestrt Tables H. 

14. IX. 205. George Ropes Felt [Elizabeth 14. Ylll. 165], born 
in Utica, N. Y. A book-keeper. Residence : Salem. 

14. IX. 205. Ann Elizabeth Kendrick, his wife, bom in Ipswich, 
Mass. 



830 THE PICKERING GENEALOGY. 

Mrs. Felt is a daughter of Stephen and Haunali (Perley) Kendrick. 
A^'CESTHr Tables -jj. 

14. IX. 20G. Charles Wilson Felt [Elizabeth 14. VIII. 1G5], born 
in Salem. An inventor and f;u-mer. Residence: Northborougli, Mass. 

Mr. Felt graduated from the Salem High School, and from the Brido-e- 
Tvater State Normal School in 1859. He has spent many years on an 
invention for setting, justifying, and distributing printers' type. In 1868, 
he went to England, where he remained four years in ]\ranchester and 
Livei-pool, engngod in newspaper publication. He returned to America in 
1872 ; and, after a short residence in Salem, Danvers, Wakefield, and Har- 
vard, Mass., he bought a farm in Xorthborough, which he called, after his 
wife's bu-thplace, Stavely Farm, and on which he now resides. Mr. Felt 
has written and published a large number of pamphlets treating of a wide 
range of subjects, and is the editor and publisher of a newspaper in Wor- 
cester, Mass.^ 

14. IX. 206^. Martha Seeth Mopes, his first wife, born in Utica, 
N. Y., died in Salem, of consumption. 

She and her husband were cousins. Her number in direct descent is 
[14. IX. 209]. 

14. IX. 206'^. Jemima Green, his second wife, born in Stavely, 
Derbyshire, Eng. 

Mrs. Felt is a daughter of Joshua Septimus and Ann (Calow) Green, of 
Eccles, near Manchester, Eng. He was a member of Apothecaries Hall, 
London, Eng. Axcestry Tables |j,. 

14. IX. 208. James Miller Ropes [Jonathan M. 14. VIII. 166], 
bom in Utica, N. Y. Residence : Salem. 

Major Ropes graduated at the Classical and High School of Elizabeth, 
N. J., in 1840. When he was seventeen years old, he entered a wholesale 
dry goods house ; and afterwards he was engaged in the commission busi- 
ness in New York City. In 1851, he went to California, where he engaged 

* The Felt Genealogy, by John E. Morris, pp. 432-t33j also family communications. 



NINTH GENERATION. 831 

in the lumber and mining' business. On the 29th of August, 18G1, he 
entered the United States service, as first lieutenant of the Second California 
Volunteer Cavalry, and connnanded the Provost Guard in San Francisco, 
from its establishment in March, 18G2, until he was promoted to be captain, 
Jan. 31, 18G3. He served against the Indians in Owens Valley in 1863, 
and was commanding officer of Fort Zejon, Camp Leonard, Camp Babbitt, 
Uenicia Barracks, and Camp Union (Sacramento) in 1864 and 1865. He 
was brevetted major, March 13, 1865, and was honorably mustered out of 
the service Feb. 1, 1866. He received his appointment as second lieutenant 
of the Eighth United States Cavalry, June 18, 1867; of first lieutenant, 
Dec. 28, 1868 ; as regimental adjutant, ^larck 17, 1881 ; and as captain, Oct. 
9, 1882. He was retired Feb. 20, 1891, for disability incurred "in the 
line of duty," since which time he has resided in Salem. 

14. IX. 208. Sarah Ellen Henderson, his wife, born in Salera. 

Mrs. Ropes is a daughter of Samuel and Frances Howard (Brown) 
Henderson, of Salem. He was a shoemaker. William Cleveland Henderson 
[28. IX. 4^4] is tier brother. Ancestry Tables ||-. 

14. IX. 209. Martha Seeth Ropes [Jonathan M. 14. VIII. 166]. 
For an account of her see page 830. 

14. IX. £09. diaries Wilson Felt, her husband. 
His number in direct descent is [14. IX. 206]. For an account of him 
see page 830. 

14. IX. 210. Sarah Nichols Ropes [Jonathan M. 14. VIII. 166], 
born in Salem, died in Elizabeth, N . J. 

14. IX. 310. Joseph Warren Crowell, her husband, born at Rah- 
way, N. J. A shipbuilder. Residence : Cambridge, Md. 

Mr. Crowell served as an officer in the volunteer navy of the United 
States dunng the Rebellion. His second wife, whom he married June 24, 
1879, is Roberta Jarden. They have no children. 

Mr. Crowell has Revolutionary ancestry. He is a son of John and 
ifargaret Crowell. An-cestey Tables l\. 



832 THE PICKERISG GEXEALOGY. 

14. IX. 211. William Buck Ropes [Jonathan il. 14. VIII. ICG], 
born in Elizabeth, X. J., died in Michigan. A physician. Residence: 
Yonkers, N. Y. 

Mr. Ropes studied medicine under Dr. F. Vanderburgh, of New York 
City. On the breaking out of the Rebellion, in April, 18G1, he raised a 
company for Colonel Latson's regiment of Neu- York Volunteers ; but the 
regiment was not received, and its officers were discharged. He then 
enlisted as a private in the I'irst Rhode Island Cavalry, Avas transfen-ed to 
the New York Battery, and was made hospital steward of the same. He 
accompanied the battery through several battles, to give fir..<t aid to the 
wounded. He became infected with blood poisoning, through trenting 
gangrened wounds, and was discharged for disability in line of duty, in 
August, 1863. He resumed the practice of medicine at Yonkers, N. Y., 
but died from the effects of his military service. 

14. IX. 211. Sarah Susanna Bailey, his wife, born in Norton, 
Mass., died in Boston. 

Mrs. Ropes was for many years a teacher in seminaries, and later in 
Kindergarten schools. 

She was a daughter of the Rev. and Jane (Johnson) Bailey, of 

Norton, Mass. Anckstry Tables |^. 

14. IX. 212. George Henry Ropes [Jonathan M. 14. VIII. 166], 
born in Elizabeth, N. J., died in Colfax, La. A lawyer. Residence: 
Elizabeth. 

After leaving school, Mr. Ropes studied law with Judge Joseph Alward, 
of Elizabeth. On the breaking out of the Rebellion, in April, 1861, he 
enlisted for three months in the Thu'teenth Regiment of New York Volun- 
teers ; and, in July, 1862, he enlisted in the three years' service as orderly 
sergeant of the Fourteenth Regiment of Now Jersey Volunteers. He 
was commissioned second lieutenant in the Nineteenth United States 
Colored Troops, May, 1864, and captain of the same in November, 1864. 
He was acting assistant adjutant-general on the staff of Brigadier-General 
Henry G. Thomas, commanding a brigade of colored troops in the Army 
of the James, and pai-ticipated in all its battles before Richmond and 



NIXTH GENERATIOX. 833 

Petersburg, from June, 1864, to the final surrender at Appomattox Court 
House, April 9, 1865. He was honorably discharged at the close of the 
uar, and resumed the study and practice of his profession at Elizabeth, 
X. J. He was an alderman of Elizabeth, and also filled the oftice of district- 
attorney. 

14. IX. 212. Margaret Amelia McChesneij, his wife, born in Pots- 
dam, N. Y. Residence : Englewood Clift's, N. J. 

Jlrs. Ropes is a daughter of Dr. John and Lucy (Riley) McChesney, of 
Potsdam. Axcestry Tables 4%. 

14. IX. 213. Elihu Harrison Ropes [Jonathan M. 14. VIII. 166], 
born in Elizabeth, N. J. Residence : New York City. 

Colonel Ropes studied for the ministry; but, owing to ill health, he was 
obliged to relinquish that profession. He had the military spirit of his 
family, and, in July, 1862, he enlisted as a private in the Eleventli New 
York Batteiy when not quite seventeen years old. He became sergeant of 
the same, and afterwards was commissioned lieutenant of the Twenty-third 
United States Infantry. He was colonel of the Third Regiment of the 
National Guards of New Jersey. He participated in all the battles of 
tlie Army of the Potomac, from Fredericksburg, in 1863, to Appomattox 
Court House, April 9, 1865. His total service was three and a half years, 
during which he was wounded before Petersburg, Ya. 

Colonel Ropes, in 1892, was engaged in the construction of a deep- 
water harbor on the gulf coast of Texas, as an outlet for the commerce 
of the States west of the Mississippi River. 

14. IX. 213. Josephine Toivnsend, his wife, bom in Poughkeepsie, 
N. Y. 

Mrs. Ropes is a daughter of .Jolin and Jemima (Knapp) Townsend. 
He is a farmer. Ancestry Tables 4^- 

14. IX. 214. Mary Augusta Ropes [Jonathan M. 14. YIII. 166], 
born in Elizabeth, N. J. 

14. IX. 214- Steahj B. Rossiter, her husband, bom in Berne, N. Y. 
A Presbyterian minister. Residence : New York City. 

53 



831 THE PICKERING GENEALOGY. 

Dr. Rossiter graduuted from Union College in 1865, with honors, and 
received the degree of D.D. from that college in 188G. For four years he 
was settled over a Congregational church in Elizabeth, since which time 
he has been settled as the pastor of the North Presbyterian Church in New- 
York City. He is of Revolutionary descent. 

He is a sou of John and Eve (Ball) Rossiter, of Guilderland, N. Y. 
Ancestrv Tables ^j. 

15. IS.. 215. Nathaniel Brown [Elizabeth 15. VIII. 171], born in 
Salem, died in Salem. Residence : Salem. 

Captain Brown followed the sea as a profession, and commanded several 
fine vessels, among which were the ships Rome, White Swallow, and Shirley. 
He was a member of the Salem East India 3Iarine Society, and of the Old 
Salem ^larine Society. Of the latter society, he had been a member for 
over a quarter of a century, and the master since 1870. 

He was an alderman of Salem in 18G6, 18G7, 18G8, and was mayor of 
the city in 1870, 1871. He was elected city treasurer, May 16, 1879, but 
he resigned after a short service. He was a man of strict integrity, and 
was highly respected.^ 

15. IX. 215. El ha Kinsman Southwick, his wife, bom in Salem, 
died in Salem. 

Mrs. Brown was a daughter of John Alley and Elizabeth (Kinsman) 
Soiithwick, of Salem. Jlarij Anne Soidluvkk [17. IX. 24o^'\ was her sister. 
Her ancestry includes the following families : Southwick, Boyce, Gaskill, 
Southwick, Alley, Kinsman, Boardman, Dutch, Roper, Farley. Emerson, 
Treadwell, Buniham, Turtle, Bishop, Appleton, Everard, Oliver, Lowell, 
Baker, Symonds, Read, "W'ebb, Bray, Collins, Cockerill, Tyler, Lambert, 
Browne. See Ancestry Tables g^-. 

15. IX. 21G. Charles Frederick Wilson Brown [Elizabeth 15. 
VIII. 171], born in Salem, died in St. Paul, Minn. A merchant. Resi- 
dence : Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Mr. Brown was engaged in business for about eight years in Australia, 

* The Salem Register of Dec. 11, 1879. 



NIXTII GEXERATIOX. 835 



being' settled tor most of the time in Melljourne. lie wa.s also in business 
for about two years in Bombay, and afterwards for a few years in New 
York City. 

15. IX. 216. Luella Elizabeth Elliott, his wife, born in Eutaw, Ala. 
Residence : Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Mrs. Brown is a daughter of Jobn W. and Louisa E. (Towner) Elliott. 
Her ancestry includes the following families : Elliott, Mountfort, Wyllis, 
Haynes, Harlakenden, Smithson, Worthington, Williams, Bailey, Towner. 
See Ancestry Tables |'^. 

15. IX. 221. Sarah Elizabeth Perkins [Sarah 15. VIII. 174], 
probably born in Salem. 

15. IX. 221. William Cheever, her husband, born in Salem, died in 
Salem, of heart disease. A currier. Residence : Salem. 

Mr. Cheever was a son of Benjamin and Abigail (Foster) Cheever. 
A^'CESTET Tables j^. 

15. IX. 222. Benjamin Millet Perkins [Sarab 15. VIII. 174], 
bom in Salem. A tailor. Eesidence : Salem. 

15. IX. 222. Martha Cheever Very, bis wife, born in Salem. 

Mrs. Perkins is a daughter of Nathaniel and Esther Gilbert (Ward) Very. 
Her ancestry includes the following families : Very, Woodice, Svmonds, 
Browning, Robinson, Beckford, Pinson, Green, Howard, Hardy, Cheever, 
Haley, Elkins, Miles, Caton, Luscomb, Osgood, Clement, Ayer, Walk, 
Ward. See Axcestry Tables j^. 

15. IX. 226. Benjamin Millet [Benjamin 15. VIII. 175], born in 
Danvers, Mass., died in Danvers, of asthma. A shoe-cutter. Residence : 
Danvers. 

15. IX. 226. Almira Brif/f/s, his wife, born in Scituate, Jlass. 
Mrs. Millet is a daughter of Charles Briggs. A_n-cestry Tables f^. 

15. IX. 227. Joseph Hardy Millet Bertram [.Joseph H. 15.\1II. 
176], born in Salem, died in Salem, of Bright's disease. Residence : Salem. 



836 THE nCKERIXG GENEALOGY. 

Major Millet Wiis an adopted sun of John Bertram, whose surname he 
legally assumed. In 1850, he went to Zanzibar, remaining for some time 
in that vicinity. On his return, he entered the counting-room of his adopted 
father, and was afterwards engaged with him in business. During the 
Rebellion, he was a paymaster in the army, with the rank of major ; but 
his health forced him to resign. For several years he was a confirmed 
invalid. In 1864, he was a member of the Salem Common Council. He 
was also a member of the Essex Institute. Major Jlillet was of a kindly 
nature, large hearted, and charitable.^ 

16. IX. 227. Stifian H. Silver, his wife, born in Salem, died in Wey- 
mouth, j\Ias3. Residence : Boston. 

Mrs. Bertram was a daughter of Captain William and Fannie (Putnam) 
Silver. Her father was a merchant, of Salem. Mary Silver [47. VII. 
252'] was her aunt, and James Broune [1-70. HI. 5'] was her great-great- 
great-grandfather. Her ancestr}' includes the following families: Silver, 
Caton, Browne, Bartholomew, Pickering, Flint, Masury, Howard, Phelps, 
Putnam, Holyoke, Stockton, Hale, Putnam, Whipple. See Ancestrt 
Tables ^. 

15. IX. 229. Josephine Lander [Mary H. 15. VIII. 177], born in 
New York City. Residence : New York City. 

For many years Mrs. Lee was at the head of an educational institution 
in Rockland County, X. Y., from which she retired in 1894. 

15. IX. 229. Daniel Pierson Lee, her husband, born in Hudson, 
N. Y., died in New York City. A teacher. 

Mr. Lee resided at different times in Buffalo, Hudson City, N. J., 
Brooklyn, X. Y., and Nyack, N. Y. 

He was a son of Rhoderick and Mary (Pierson) Lee. His father was a 
hotel-keeper and farmer. Axcestry Tables |^. 

15. IX. 230. Benjamin Lander [Mary H. 15. YHL 177], born in 
New York City. An artist. Residence : Nyack, N. Y. 

* The Salem Gazette of Feb. 6, 1877; also Essex Institute Historical Collections, 
Vol. XIV. pp. 284-285. 



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KlXin GEXERATIOX. 837 



Mr. Lander's youth was spent in Buffalo, X. Y. From 18C0 to 1886, 
lie resided in Brooklyn, N. Y., and since then in Xyaok, N. Y. For some 
years he was in the silverware trade, which he abandoned for the more 
congenial occupation of an artist. He is a member of the American Art 
Union, the Brush and Palette Club, the Brooklyn Art Guild, of which he 
was one of the organizers and president, the Brooklyn Art Club, of which 
he was at one time vice-president, and the Brooklyn Etching Club, of 
which he is secretary. ]Mr. Lander has exhibited his pictures in many of 
the leading societies in the United States and Europe. His principal works 
are: " The Gloaming," " Lake Champlain," " The ^Vaniug Year," "Har- 
vest Moon," "Under the Moonbeams," "The Evening Star," "The Twi- 
light MiiTor," "The Robin's Vesper," "When we were Boys," "The Wing 
of the Morning," and " Among the Daisies." He is also a member of many 
other societies, and is a frequent contributor to scientific, art, and miscel- 
laneous publications. 

15. IX. 230. Annie Bliza Green, the wife of Benjamin Lander, born 
in Whitesborough, X. Y. 

Mrs. Lander is a daughter of Samuel Worcester and Cornelia Stanley 
(Wilcox) Green. He is a printer, of Brooklyn, X. Y. Her ancestry 
includes the following families : Green, Smith, Witter, Deming, Belding, 
Kilborn, Johnson, Wilcox, Wliite, Monroe, Stone, Taintor, Clark, Bulkley, 
Chetwood, Chauncy, Eyre, Prescott, Platts, Hoar, Hincksman, Sage, Kirby. 
See AxcESTRY Tables -j-g. 

15. IX. 231. Clara Bertram Lander [Mary H. 15. VIII. 177], born 
in Buffalo, X. Y. Residence : Brooklyn, X. Y. 

For some years Miss Lander has been engaged in educational pursuits, 
and by cultivation has improved her inherited abilities in the art of design. 

15. IX. 234. Charles Perkins [Elizabeth 15. VIII. 178], bom in 
Salem, died in Salem, of consumption. A mason. Residence : Salem. 

15. IX. 234- Abbij Phipi^en Wheelev, his wife, born in Salem. 
Mrs. Perkins is a daughter of Michael S. and Susan "Wlieeler. Ajn-cestrt 
Tables xij- 



838 TEE PICKERING GENEALOGY. 

15. IX. 235. Aaron Perkins [Elizabeth 15. VIII. 178], born in 
Salem. An apothecary. Residence : Lynn, Mass. 

15. IX. 2oo. Kate Dafri/mple, his wife, born in Salem. 
Her number in dii-ect descent is [16. X. 296]. 

16. IX. 237. Simon Oscar Dalrymple [Rebecca 16. VIII. 179], 
probably born in Portland, Maine, died in Salem, of pneumonia. Resi- 
dence : Salem. 

Mr. Dalrymple was orig-inally a cooper, but for a number of years he 
was a weigher and ganger in the Salem Custom House. He was a member 
of the Common Council in 18jO, 1851, and 1852, and an alderman of Salem 
in 1869. For a long term of years he was ward assessor, and, from 1861 
to 1864, he was engineer of the Salem Fire Department. For many years 
he was a director of the Salem Gas Company, Mr. Dalrymple was a 
■worthy and useful citizen of Salem throughout his life.^ 

16. IX. 237- Sarah Sustacia Diirant, his wife, born in Salem, died 
in Salem, of heart disease. 

Mrs. Dalrymple was a daughter of Edward and Priscilla (Morong) 
Durant. A^-cESTET Tables y^j. 

16. IX. 238. James Dalrymple [Rebecca 16. VIII. 179], bom in 
Portland, Maine, died in Salem, Mass., of heart disease. Residence : Salem. 

Mr. Dalrymple, originally bred to the baker's trade, was afterwards 
appointed a police patrolman. He was assistant marshal of Salem for 
many years, and afterwards was city marshal, holding this office until 
Jan. 22, 1872, when he was removed by Mayor Calley. He was re- 
appointed by Mayor Cogswell, Feb. 3, 1873, and held the office until 
January, 1875. He was assistant assessor for several years, and was the 
first inspector of the board of health. He had been a member of Essex 
Lodge of Odd Fellows since Dec. 21, 1816, and was also a member of the 
Veteran Cadets.^ 

16. IX. 2o8. Marii Flint, his wife, born in North Reading, Mass., 
died in Salem. 

' The Salem Gazette of Jan. lo, 1890. » The Salem Gazette of June 1, 1S90. 



XINTH GEXERATIOX. 839 



Mrs. DalrvQiple was a daugliter of John and Jeruslia (Upton) Flint. 
Iler ancestry includes the following fauiilits : Flint, Dounton, Hart, 
Proctor, Mclntire, Upton, Frost, Beckford, Pinson, Green, Upton, Maber, 
Burnap, Flint, Putnam, Hutchinson, Bosworth, Pope, Folger, Monill. See 
Ancestry Tables j^j^. 

17. IX. 239. Martha Ann Ward [Thomas W. 17. YHI. 183], born 
in Boston, died in Boston. 

An obituaiy notice of Miss Ward, which appeared in the Boston Daily 
Advertiser of November, 1853, speaks of her as a woman devoted to 
charities, and is highly eulogistic in its character. 

17. IX. 241. Samtiel Gray Ward [Thomas W. 17. YHI. 183], 
bom in Boston. A retired banker. Residence : Washington, D. C. 

Mr. Ward, H. C. 183G, spent a year and a half, after graduating, in 
European travel. He is said to have been a rare classical scholar, and 
gifted both as poet and painter. Six years of his early married life 
were spent at his country home in Lenox, Mass., it being his intention to 
devote his hfe to literature and art. His father had been for many years 
the American representative of Messrs. Baring Brothers & Co., of London, 
and he desired that his son should succeed him in that position. A business 
life, however, was distasteful to Mr. Ward ; but he yielded to his father's 
wishes, and, in 1850, returned to Boston, and afterwards succeeded him as 
sole agent of the London bankers. In 1869, the headquarters of the busi- 
ness were removed from Boston to New York, whore Mr. Ward was joined 
by his brother, George Cabot Ward, the style of the firm being S. G. & 
G. C. Ward. The brothers remained thus associated until Jan. 1, 1886. 
On the death of his brother, in 1887, Mr. Ward retired from active busi- 
ness, thus closing a connection of two generations of his family with the 
Barings, in which for sixty years all the American business of the London 
firm had been in their hands. 

In resigning a life devoted to art and literature for one of business, 
5Ir. Ward felt that there was some compensation. He believed the perfect 
maturity of art had already been reached, and that there was not that need 
of the artist's work as there was during the classic period. He believed 



840 THE PICKERING GEXEALOGY. 

that man had still an important mission to his fellow-men, and that it was 
best fulfilled by the interlacing of nations and races. For this end, he 
believed that commerce was to be the principal means, and that, by becom- 
ing the representative of one of the greatest commercial houses which bind 
together the four quarters of the globe, he could be the means of working 
for men. For this end he acted. 

During the Rebellion, Mr. Ward was a warm supporter of the govern- 
ment. At his office, 28 State Street, gathered the representative business 
men of Boston ; and there were proposed and carried out many valuable 
measures in harmony with the ideas of Governor Andrew. 

Mr. Ward's views of humanity were of the largest kind, both in busi- 
ness transactions, in politics, and in social life. His house was a gather- 
ing-place for the wise, the good, and the most brilliant men and women 
of the day. 

He was one of the founders and original trustees of the Metropolitan 
Museum of Art in New York. 

17. IX. 241. Anna Hazard BarTcer, the wife of Samuel G. Ward, 
born in New York City. 

Mrs. Ward is a daughter of Jacob and Elizabeth (Hazard) Barker, of 
New York. EUsabcth Hazzard Barker [2. IX. 131 ^^ ^^^' iiiece. Her 
ancestry includes the following families : Barker, AVilliaras, Prince, Collier, 
Folger, Gibbs, Morrill, Barnai-d, Barnard, Hervey, Folger, Gibbs, Morrill, 
Gardner, Frier, Shattuck, Church, Severance, Coffin, Theraber, Stevens, 
Bunker, Godfrey, Look, Bunker, Godfre}', Hazard, Brownell, Borden, 
Earle, Robinson, Allen, Bacon, Potter, Hazard, Wilson, Rodman, Clark, 
Scott, Willett, Borden, Clayton, Wanton, Freeborn, Brownell. See 
Ancestry Tables -i^s- 

17. IX. 243. Mary Gray Ward [Thomas W. 17. VIII. 183], bom 
in Boston. Residences : Boston, Mass., and Bar Harbor, Maine. 

Mrs. Dorr is a woman of decided views, is fond of sketching, and 
devotes much time to society. Her tastes are cultivated, and she has 
travelled all over the world. 



NINTH GENERATION. 841 



17. IX. 243. Charles MaxeH Dorr, lier husband, born in Boston, 
died in Boston. A retired merchant. Residences : Boston, Mass., and 
Bar Harbor, Maine. 

Mr. Dorr in early life was actively engaged in business, but he retired 
about thirty years previous to his death. He passed the latter part of his 
life in foreign travel, and between his house in Boston and his estates in 
Lenox and Bar Harbor. The latter, "Old Farm," is one of the largest 
and finest on !Mount Desert. ]\Ir. Dorr was a man of cultivated tastes 
and of quiet and agreeable manners.^ 

He was a son of Samuel and Susan (Brown) Dorr, of Boston. His 
father was prominent in tlie Legislature of Massachusetts fifty years ago. 
His ancestry includes the following families : Dorr, Hawley, Harbottle, 
Rawson, Feme, Wilson, Mansfield, Hooker, Bucknam, Wilkinson, Knowers, 
Peabody, Fiske, Brown, Lazinby, Proctor, Adams, Winburn, Parker. See 
Ancestry Tables -i^q- 

17. LX. 245. George Cabot ^Ward [Thomas W. 17. VIII. 183], 
born in Salem, died in Kew York City, A banker. Residence: New 
York City. 

Mr, Ward, H. C. 1843, on graduating, went to Heidelberg. After 
going around the world in a sailing ship, he went to New York, where 
he founded the banking house of Ward, Campbell, & Co. In 1869, 
his brother, Samuel Gray Ward, moved to Xew York, when Mr. 
Ward retired from the firm of Ward, Campbell, & Co., and became 
joint agent with his brother, under the name of S. G. & G. C. Ward, 
as agents for Baring Brothers & Co., of London. This partnership con- 
tinued until Jan. 1, 1886. Mr. Ward was an intimate friend of Secre- 
tary Chase, who consulted him on many points during the war. He 
was for a long time a director of the Bank of Commerce, Xew York, 
and of other institutions. He was a charter member of the Union 
League Club, of Xew York, its treasurer many years, and its president 
one year.' 

* The Boston Daily Advertiser of .Tan. 30, 1893. 

* Boston Evening Transcript of May 5, 1S87. 



842 THE PICKER TXG GEXEALOGY. 

17. IX. £^^ Jlary Anne Soutliivlck, the first wife of George C. 
"Ward, born in Salem, died in New York City. 

Mrs. 'Wa.'-d was a daiig-hter of John Alley and Elisabeth (Kinsman) 
Southwick, of Salem. Eliza K. Southivick [15. IX. SIS'] was her sister. 
For her ancestry, see under the head of Eliza K. Southwick [15. IX. ^.Zo], 
on page 834. See Ancestry Tables x'f ^ .. 

17. IX. 24<J^. Frances Morris, the second wife of George C. Ward. 

Mrs. Ward is a daughter of William Lewis and Mar}' Elizabeth 
(Babcock) Morris. Her ancestry includes the following fiimilies : Moms. 
Pole, Graham, Staats, Ludlow, Bennett, Hanmer, Corbett, Ludlam, 
Wickham, Babcock, Lawton, Lavvton, Isaacs, Arden, Blanc. See An-cestrt 
Tables y^fi- 

17. IX. 247. Stephen Goodhue Wheatland [Richard G. 17. VIIL 
185], born in Newton, Mass., died in New York City. A lawyer. Resi- 
dence : Salem. 

Mr. Wheatland, H. C. 1844, studied law, was admitted to the Essex 
Bar in 1850, and practised his profession in Salem. He took an active 
interest in the affairs of the city, and served as a member of the Common 
Council in 1852, 1853, 1859, 1861, and 1862, the last two years being presi- 
dent of that body. He was mayor of the city in 1863 and 1864, and its 
representative in the Legislature in the years 1862 and 1863.^ 

17. IX. 247. Ann Maria Pinf/ree, his wife, born in Salem. Resi- 
dence : Salem. 

Mrs. Wheatland is a daughter of the Hon. David and Aima Mr.na 
(Kimball) Pingree. He was an eminent merchant and shipowner, of 
Salem. Her ancestry includes the following families : Pingree, Clement, 
Pickard, Crosby, Brocklebank, Piatt, Kneeland, Perkins, Gould, Towne, 
Blessing, Symonds, Easty, Kimball, Scott, Cummings, Andrew, Towne, 
Perkins, Kimball. See .Ixcestrt Tables y"^. 

17. IX. 249. Richard Henry Wheatland [Richard G. 17. YIII. 
185], born in Newton, Mass., died in Salem. Residence: Salem. 

» The Boston Transcript of March 4, 1S92. 



NINTH GENERATION. 843 



Mr. Wheatland, H. C. 1850, was prepared for college at the Salem 
Latin School. He studied medicine in the Tremont Medical School, and 
received the degree of M.D. in 1853. The next two years he spent in 
Europe, ti-avelling and studying. On his retui-n, he located himself in 
Salem. As his health did not permit of his practising his profession, he 
connected himself Avith the Essex Institute, and became an active member 
of that society, devoting himself to the study of uatm-al history, more par- 
ticularly to that of the fishes and reptiles of Essex County. In the winter 
of 18G0-1861, he went to Buenos Ayres, and remained there several 
months, on account of his health, and in the hopes that he might be able 
to pursue his scientific investigations. He returned in the June following, 
more enfeebled, and continued gradually to decline until his decease. He 
was a young man of much promise, and was veiy much beloved and 
esteemed by all who knew him.^ 

17. IX. 250. Martha G-oodliue "Wheatland [Benjamin 17. VIII. 
186], born in Xewmarket, N. H., died in Salem. Residence: Salem. 

An obituary notice of Miss Wlieatland appeared in the Salem Gazette 
of June 16, 1885. It speaks of her character as one "in which all those 
noble and endearing qualities that give completeness to the life were most 
harmoniously blended ; " of her devotion to the unfortunate, and of the 
loyalty of her friendship. 

17. IX. 254. George Wheatland [George 17. VIII. 187], born in 
Salem. Eesidences : Boston and Salem. 

Mr. Wheatland graduated at the Harvard Law School in 1800. Dui-ing 
the Rebellion he was commissioned captain of the Forty-eighth Massa- 
chusetts Volunteer Mihtia, Sept. 19, 1862. He was promoted to be major 
of the same, Dec. 6, 1862, and saw service in the Department of the Gulf, 
and as provost judge of the department of Baton Rouge, La. He was 
mustered out Sept. 3, 1863. He was at one time connected witli the com- 
mission house of F. Skinner & Co., of Boston. For a number of years he 
has been engaged in large real-estate operations in Boston and vicinity. 

' The Boston Daily Advertiser of July 20, 18G4; The Prescott :Memorial. by William 
Prpscott, p. 179; also Essex Institute Historical Collections, Tol. VI. pp. 122-12.'). 



844 THE PICKERIXG GENEALOGY. 

17. IX. 264. Flofence Saumerez Duniaresq, liis wife, bom in 
Boston. 

Mrs. "Wheatland is a daughter of Philip and Margaretta Mary (Deblois) 
Duraaresq. Her ancestry includes the following families : Dumaresq, de 
Carteret, Feny, Gardiner, Remington, Richmond, Davis, Gibbons, Farwell, 
Deblois, Farley, Coffin, Thember, Stevens, Severance, Gayer, Starbuck, 
Reynolds, Holmes. See Ancestry Tables y'^-j. 

17. IX. 255. Robert Wheatland Bemis [Martha 17. YIII. 188], 
bom in Watertown, Mass. A farmer. Residence : Chicopee, Mass. 

17. IX. 2oo. Hacliel Zuriah Smith, his wife, born in Hampden, 
Mass. 

Mrs. Bemis is a daughter of Jehiel and Mary (Chaffee) Smith. 
Ancestky Tables y^j^- 

17. IX. 259. Mary Wheatland Bemis [Martha 17. VIII. 188], 
born in Chicopee, Mass. 

17. IX. 259. Henri/ Martyn Whitney, her husband, bom in "Win- 
cliendon, Mass. A druggist and apothecaiy. Residence : North Andover, 
Mass. 

Mr. Whitney moved to Lowell when he was two years old, and con- 
tinued there until 1849, when he removed to Lawrence. In 1885, he 
removed to his present residence. He is a trustee of a savings bank ; 
treasurer of an electric light company ; and has been the president, since 
1885. of the Massachusetts State Board of Registration in Pharmacy. He 
is also a church warden and trustee. Miss Bemis was his second wife, be 
having married in Lowell, April 25, 1854, Harriet Bagley, who was bom 
in Amesbury, Mass., Aug. 24, 1829, and died in Lawrence, July 4, 1876. 
By her he had no children. 

Mr. "Whitney is a son of Hananinh and Sarah (Bearaan) "Whitney. His 
ancestry includes the following families : Whitney, Beaman. See Ancestry 

TaBLKS j^^-j. 

17. IX. 260. Sarah Davis Bemis [Martha 17. VIII. 188], born in 
Chicopee, Mass. Residence : Maiden, Mass. 



NINTH GENERATION. 845 



17. IX. 260. Jerome Hoi-ton Fiske, her luisband, born in Dover, 
K. H. A lawyer. Residence : Boston. 

Mr. Fiske graduated at the Chicopoe High School, and was fitted for 
Harvard College under George D. Robinson ; but he did not enter college, 
as he preferred to join the volunteers in defence of the Union. He enlisted 
iu Company D of the Forty-sixth Regiment of the Massachusetts Volun- 
teer Infantrj', and served one year, his father being unwilling that he 
should remain longer. On his return from the aimy he entered the Boston 
Custom House as chief clerk of the warehouse division. He finally 
decided to study law, and, in 1872, entered the law office of his wife's 
uncle, the late George Wheatland, for that purpose. On Sept. 22, 187G, he 
was admitted to the bar in Essex County. He practised in Salem until 1879, 
when he removed to Maiden, Mass., and entered upon the practice of-his 
profession in Boston. He was city solicitor of Maiden from 1883 to 1888. 

Mr. and Mrs. Fiske having no children, they adopted his niece, Maude 
Alice Fiske, who was bom March 13, 1871. She is a daughter of Walter 
B. and Ellen Alice (Babbitt) Fiske. 

Mr. Fiske is a son of Moses and Susan (Hurd) Fiske. Ancestry 
Tables j^j. 

17. IX. 261. Martha Goodhue Bemis [Martha 17. YIII. 188], 
born in Chicopee, Mass. 

17. IX. 261. James Gilbert Smith her husband, born in Chicopee, 
Mass., died in Chicopee. Residence : Holyoke, Mass. 

Mr. Smith's preparatory education was in the Williston Seminary, East 
Hampton, Mass. He entered the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute of Troy, 
N. Y., during the scholastic year of 1851-2, but did not graduate. He 
became a civil and mechanical engineer, and practised his profession until 
ho was appointed agent and treasurer of the Holyoke "Warp Jlills. He 
saw active service during the ci\-il war, for one year, as adjutant of the 
Forty-sixth Regiment, Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry. 

He was a son of James M. and Elizabeth (Wentworth) Smith. 
A_vcESTET Tables -j^j. 



84G THE PICKERING GENEALOGY. 

18. IX. 205. Francis Peii'ce Procter [Sarali G. 18. VIII. 100], 
born in Salem. An insurance agent, of New York City. Residence : 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

18. IX. 265. Mary Brown Hyde, his wife, bom in Rensselaer- 
ville, N. Y. 

Mrs. Procter is a daughter of Isaac and Lydia (Foster) Hyde. He was 
a physician, of Rensselaerville. Ancestry Tables y^^. 

18. IX. 268. Caroline Elizabeth Procter [Sarah G. 18. VHI. 
190], born in Salem. Residence '• Brooklyn, N. Y. 

18. IX. 263. James IlipJey Jeivett, her husband, born in New York 
City, died in Poughkeepsie, N. Y. A white lead manufacturer. Resi- 
dence : Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Mr. Jewett was for a short time in the dry-goods business in Mexico, 
but was afterwards, until his death, of the firm of John Jewett & Sons, 
white lead manufacturers, in New York. 

He was a son of John and Lucy (Ripley) Jewett. His father was a 
white lead manufacturer. His ancestry includes the following families : 
Jewett, Law, Tenney, Hidden, Abbot, Barker, Richardson, Cummings, 
Ripley. See Ajs-cestey Tables -ixT- 

19. IX. 274. Frederic James de Peyster [Frances G. 19. YIII. 201], 
probably born in New York City. A lawyer. Residence : New York City. 

Mr. de Peyster graduated at the College of New York in 18G0, and at 
the Columbia College Law School in 1863. He is a steward of the 
St. Nicholas Society, a trustee of the St. Nicholas Club, of the New York 
Dispensary, the Society Library, and is governor of the Institution for the 
Deaf and Dumb. He has made many visits to Europe. He has in his 
possession tankards, punch-bowls, and salvers with the de Peyster arms 
engi-aved thereon ; also the family Bible of the de Peysters of 1650, and 
that of the Ashtons of 1716. 

19. IX. 27-^. Augusta JlcUvers Morris, his wife, born in Morris- 
ania, N. Y. 

Mrs. de Peyster is a daughter of William Henry and Ella (Birckhead) 



XIXTR GEXEEATIOy. 847 

Morris, of ^Morrisania. ITer ancestry includes the following families: 
>rorri3, Pole, Graliam, Staats, Walton, Santvoort, Beekman, Bandertiiis, 
do Bough, Abeel, Van Cortlandt, Loockernians, do Vries, Ilardenbroeck, 
Jay, Francois, liayard, Stuyvesant, Hardenstein, Loockernians, Jans, 
l'>;irclay, Gai'den, Van Schaick, Dreuzer, Van Scliaick, Livesen, Roosevelt, 
Thomas, Jans, Hardenbroeck, Birckhead, McCollough, McEvers, Vei-planck, 
Crommelin, Sinclair, Duyckinck, Le Roy, Rutgers, de Hooges, Mayer, 
Benson, Van Dusen. See Axcestry Tables j^g. 

19. IX. 279. Sarah Cliandler Goodhue [Charles C. 19. VIII. 207], 
born at Stateu Island, X. Y. 

19. IX. 279. Percy Hivinyton King, her husband, born in New 
York City. Residences : New York City and New Brighton, N. Y. 

Mr. King is a son of Peter Vandervoort and Eliza Antonia (Lentilhon) 
King. His ancestry includes the following families : King, Ludlam, 
Brown, King, Glover, Moore, Dominy, Corey, Eyers, Vandervoort, Kouven- 
hoven, Lentilhon. See A>.-ce3try Tables yy y. 

20. IX. 280. Eliza Peele Needham [Thomas 20. VIII. 208], born 
in Salem, died in Salem, of dropsy. 

20. IX. 280. Henry Vpton, her husband, born in Salem, died in 
Taunton, Mass., of paralysis. A mariner. Residence: Salem. 

Mr. Upton was a son of Paul and Rebecca (Peirce) Upton, of Salem. 
Priscilla L. Upton [12. IX. 172'\ was liis niece, and Joseph Upfon [28. IX. 
.^59] was his nephew. His ancestry includes the following families : 
Upton, Maber, Peirce. See Ancestry Tables ^Y?- 

20. IX. 282. Sarah AugTista Edwards [Samuel 20. VIII. 215], 
bom in Manchester, iilass., died in 3Ianoliester. 

20. IX. 2S2. WiUiam Edward WJieatou, her husband, born in 
Canso, N. S., died in Manchester, Mass., of pneumonia. A cabinet-maker. 
Residence : Manchester. 

Mr. "Wheaton was a son of Joseph and Mary Ann (Lyndon) "Wheaton. 
A.VCE.STRY Tables ij-g. 



848 THE PICKERIXG GEXE.iLOGY. 



20. IX. 284. Samuel Adams Edwards [Samuel 20. VIII. 215], 
bom in Manchester, Mass. A shoe-cutter. Residence : Manchester. 

20. IX. 2S4-' Achsah Harriet Ifewell, his wife, bom in Holden, 
Mass. 

Mrs. Edwards is a daughter of Moses and Chloe (Paddock) Newell, of 
Holden. Akcestkt Tables -i^-;;- 

20. IX. 285. Elizabeth Allen Edwards [Samuel 20. VIII. 215], 
born in Manchester, Mass. 

20. IX. QS5. Jeffrey Thissell Stanley, her husband, born in Bev- 
erly, Mass. A cabinet-maker. Residence : Manchester, Mass. 

Mr. Stanley is a son of Paul and Mahala (Thissell) Stanley. Ancestry 
Tables ^f j. 

20. IX. 287. Lucy Jane Edwards [Samuel 20. VIII. 215], born 
in Manchester, Mass. 

20. IX. 287. Andrew Jackson Johnson, her husband, bom in 
Concord, Mass. An upholsterer. Residence : Manchester, Mass. 

He is a son of Stephen and Abigail (Yeaton) Johnson. Ancestry 
Tables -j22' 

21. IX. 299. John Edwards Murray [Mary E. 21. VIII. 221], 
born in Manchester, Mass. A cabinet-maker. Residence : Cambridgeport, 
Mass. 

21. IX. W9. Sarah Gates Hastings, his wife, born in Boston. 

Mrs. Murray is a daughter of Richard Clark and Nancy ("Wyeth) 
Hastings. He was a carpenter. Her ancestry includes the following 
families: Hastings, Cheney, Coolidge, Barron, Tayntor, Guy, Stone, 
Coolidge, Barron, Rouse, Sanderson, Eggleston, Bartlett, Stratton, Clark, 
Barnard, Wellington, TVyeth, "Ward, Jackson, Hancock, Prentice, Clark, 
Cook, Winship, Hamngton, Smith, Bissell. See Ancestry Tables ^^j- 

21. IX. 301. Joseph Phippen Murray [Mary E. 21. VIII. 221], 
bora in Manchester, Mass., died in Manchester. A carpenter. Residence : 
Manchester. 



mXTH GEXERATIOX. 849 

21. IX. SOV. Mary E. Sargent, liis first wile, born in Gloucester, 
.MiLSS., (lied in Manchester, Mass. 

Mrs. Murray was a daughter of William Witridge and Elizabeth Brad- 
street (Dennis) Sargent. Ancestry Tables I'Jji. 

21. IX. 301- . JEmma Brown, his second wife, born in the British 
Provinces. 

ANCESTRY Tables i?7>- 

21. IX. 303. Hardy Pliippen Murray [Mary E. 21. VIII. 221]. 
Mr. Murray was killed at the battle of Gettysburg. 

21. IX. 305. James G. Allen Murray [Mary E. 21. VIII. 221]. 
A cabinet-maker. Residence : Manchester, Mass. 

21. IX. 30o. Lucy Story lappati, his wife, born in Manchester, 
Mass. 

Mi'S. Murray is a daughter of Henry Story and Elizabeth (Eklridge) 
Tappan. He is a cabinet-maker, of Manchester. James Kniglit Tappan 
[20. X. 3o3'\ is her brother, and WiUiam Henrij Taj-ipan [20. X. 343'] is her 
first cousin once removed. Her ancestry includes the following families : 
Tappan, Taylor, Batt, "VMgglesworth, Mudge, Marsh, Cutter, Emerson, 
Grant, Moody, Cutting, Little, Coffin, Thember, Stevens, Greenleaf, Foster, 
Stuai-t, Jacobs, Frost, Woodbury, Bennet, Story, Eldridge. See Axcestrt 
Tables j^f^. 

21. IX. 307. George Edward Holmes [Abigail 21. VIII. 222], 
died in hospital at Washington. 

Mr. Holmes served in the Rebellion as sergeant of the Nineteenth 
Regiment, Maine Volunteer Infantry. 

21. IX. 308. John Henry Holmes [Abigail 21. VIII. 222], born in 
Rockland, Maine. Owner of a water-boat. Residence : Rockland, Maine. 

21. IX. 308. Hester McIntosJt, his wife. 

Mrs. Holmes is a daughter of C. Winthrop and Lucretia (Walsh) 
-Mcintosh. Ancestry Tables ^'v^. 



850 THE PICKERING GENEALOGY. 

21. IX. 309. Albert Pierce Holmes [Abij^ail 21. VIII. 222], born 
in Rockland, Maine, died in Rockland. A bagg-iige-master. Residence : 
Rockland. 

21. IX. 309. Alice Crockett, his -svife. 

Mrs. Holmes is a daughter of ^\'illiam and Abigail (Ilayden) Crockett. 

Ancestry Tables i^Jy • 

21. IX. 314. Elizabeth Stone [Abraham 21. VIII. 223], born in 
Manchester, Mass. 

21. IX. 314- James Andrcii's, her hnsband, born in Essex, Mass. 
A chair-makei-. Residence : Manchester, Mass. 

Mr. Andrews is a son of Israel and Anna (Burnham) Andrews. 
Ancestry Tables -j^^-. 

21. IX. 315. Mary A. Girdler [Betsey 21. VIII. 224], born in 
Manchester, Mass. 

21. IX. 315^. Solines, her first husband. Residence : Glou- 
cester, Mass. 

By a former wife he had children. Ance.strv Tables y^?^.. 

21. IX. 315-. Jatnes Kickerson, her second husband, born in Boston, 
died in Gloucester, Mass. Residence: Gloucester. 

Mr. Nickerson was a son of Zenas S. and ]Mary E. (Dennen) Xickerson. 
Ancestry Tables ^'j ^j. 

21. IX. 316. Sarah Elizabetli Stone [John 21. VIII. 225], born in 
Manchester, Mass., died in Mauchestei*. 

21. IX. 316. Thomas Dntihani Widgev, her husband, born in 
South Boston, ^lass. A shoemaker. Residence : Manchester, j\Iass. 

Mr. Widger is a son of Jacob and Mary Vickery (Funday) Widger. 
Akcestry Tables -j'sy- 

21. IX. 317. Mary Jane Stone [John 21. VIII. 225], bom in Man- 
chester, Mass. 



KIXTH GEXEBATION. 851 

21. IX. 317. John Titcomh Goldsmith, lier husband, born in Man- 
rhcster, Mass. A shoemaker. Residence : Beverly, Mass. 

Mr. Goldsmith is a son of Nathan B. and Cluulottc (Proctor) Goldsmith. 
Oilman Goldsmith [21. IX. 319'] is his brother. .iV^ckstky Tables jfj. 

21. IX. 318. John William Stone [John 21. YIII. 225], born in 
Manchester, Mass. A shoemaker. Residence ; Beverly, Mass. 

21. IK. 318. Martha Ann Hoberts, his wife, born in Manchester, 
Mass. 

Mrs. Stone is a daug-hter of Andrew and Mary (Ward) Roberts, of 
Manchester. Axcestby Tables y^jj. 

21. IX. 319. Nancy Rowe Stone [John 21. VIII. 225], born in 
Manchester, Mass., died in Manchester. 

21. IK. 319. Gil man Goldsmith, her husband, born in Manchester, 
Mass. A shoemaker. Residence : Manchester. 

Mr. Goldsmith married again, in 1876, Deborah Preston Crafts. She 
was bom in Manchester, Feb. 9, 1861. By her he has one child: — 

WiNSLOw Proctor Goldsmith, bom Xov. 7, 1876. 

He is a son of Xathan B. and Charlotte (Proctor) Goldsmith. JoJin 
Titcomh Goldsmith [21. IX. 317] is his brother. Ancestry Tables -if-^- 

21. IX. 321. Elizabeth Btirnham Stone [Samuel 21. VIII. 226], 
born in Manchester, Mass. 

21. IX. 321. Edward Mitchell, her husband, born in Boston. A 
tinsmith. Residence : Salem. 

^Ir. Mitchell is a prominent member of the Ancient Order of United 
Workmen. 

He is a son of Thomas and Ann ^Mitchell. Ancestry Tables ^'Ij. 

21. IX. 323. Adelaide Augusta Stone [Samuel 21. YIII. 226], 
born in Manchester, Mass. 

21. IX. 323. Charles Auffiistns Pulsifer, her husband, born in 
S;\loni. A painter. Residence : Salem. 



852 THE PICKERING GEXEALOGY. 

Mr. Pulsifer is a son of Nathaniel ajul Lucy (Kinsman) Pulsifer. His 
father is a painter, of Salem. His ancestry includes the following funiilies: 
Pulsifer, Kinsman, Boardmau, Dutch, Roper, Farley, Emerson, Choate, 
Varney, Biurnham, Low, Boardmau, Lamb, Lord, Smith. See Ancestry 
Tables 1^5 u- 

21. IX. 325. William Abraham Stone [William 21. VIH. 227], 
bom in Manchester, ]\Ias3., died in Manchester, of dropsy. A book- 
keeper. Eesidence : Manchester. 

Mr. Stone was town clerk of Manchester. 

21. IX. 323. Elixaheth KnUjht Allen, his wife, born in Manchester, 
Mass., died in Manchester. 

Mrs. Stone was a daughter of Samuel P. and Elizabeth (Knight) Allen. 
Her father was a furniture manufacturer. Her ancestry includes the 
following families : Allen, Bradley, Tuck, Pierce, Hooper, Gale, Leach, 
Prince, Knight. See Axcestkt Tables -j^f g. 

21. IX. 326. Mary Elizabeth Stone [William 21. VHI. 227], bora 
in Manchester, Mass. 

21. IK. 326. Leicis Morgan, her husband, born in Manchester, Mass. 
A foreman of a furniture manufactory. Residence : Manchester. 

Mr. Morgan is a son of Benjamin and Susan (Cronibie) Morgan, of 
Manchester. His father was a mariner. Axcestrt Tables -ifj. 

21. IX. 327. Charles Henry Stone [William 21. VIII. 227], born 
in Manchester, Mass. A carpenter. Residence : Manchester. 

21. IX. 327. Augusta Laura Perkins, his wife, born in Essex, 
Mass. 

Mrs. Stone is a daughter of William Holmes and Hannah Day (Cogswell) 
Perkins. He was a ship-builder, of Essex. Her ancestry includes the 
following families : Perkins, Cogswell, Tliompson, GifTord, Brown, Cogs- 
well, Thompson, Hawkes, Hutchinson, Goodhue, Watson, Dane, Cogswell, 
Thompson, Hawkes, Hutchinson, Wainwright, Steele, Day, Hodgkins, 
See AxcESTRY Tables j^s- 



NINTH GENERATION 853 

22. IX. 328. Sarah Ann PMppen [Samuel 22. VIII. 229], bom in 
S;ileni, died in Salem, of cancer. Residence : Salem. 

22. IX. 32S. Emery Johnson I*er/dns, her husband, born in Salem, 
died in Salem, of epilepsy. A clerk. Residence : Salem. 

Mr. Perkins was a son of Daniel and Sophia A. (Stetson) Perkins. His 
nncestry includes the following families : Perkins, Gould, Wallis, Towne, 
Case, Towne, Hobbs, Wildes, Stetson. See Ancestry Tables jf-^. 

22. IX. 329. Charlotte Phippen [Samuel 22. VIII. 229], probably 
born in Salem. Residence : Salem. 

22. IX. 329. Daniel Milli/cen 3Iarshall, her husband. Residence: 
Salem. 

Mr. Marshall was a son of Jonathan and Phebe (Milliken) Marshall, of 
Scarborough, Maine. His ancestry includes the following families: Mar- 
shall, Milliken. See Ancestry Tables y^^. 

22. IX. 330. Samuel Phippen [Samuel 22. VIII. 229]. 
He was one of three persons belonging to the schooner Dash, of Boston, 
who were murdered by the natives of the Caroline Islands.^ 

22. IX. 332. Nathaniel Phippen [Benjamin 22. VIII. 230], born in 
Salem. A C002:)er. Residence : Salem. 

22. IX. 333. Ahhie Maria AUis, his wife, born in Salem. 

Mrs. Phippen is a daughter of John Henry and Abigail (Spencer) Allis. 
Her father was a native of Hanover, Germany, and her mother a native of 
Beverly, Mass. Anxestry Tables -^^j. 

22. IX. 333. Joseph Edward Phippen [Benjamin 22. VIII. 230], 
bom in Salem. A cooper. Residence : Salem. 

22. IX. 333. Ahhie Baker I*errif, his wife, born in Salem. 
Mrs. Phippen is a daughter of Ittia and Abigail (Thenman) Perry, of 
Salem. Axcestry Tables ^^f j. 

> The Salem Gazette of Nov. 2.', 1834. 



854 THE PICKERING GENEALOGY. 



22. IX. 335. Martha Clark PMppen [Benjamin 22. VIII. 230], 
born in Salem, died in Shanghai, China, 

22. IX. 333. Samuel Aiifjustns Lord, her husband, born in Salem, 
died in Shanghai, China, of Bright's disease. A shipmaster. Residence : 
Salem. 

Captain Lord, who was educated in the public schools of Salem, went 
to sea, and rose to tlie command of ships in the East India, African, and 
China trade. From t^venty to twenty-five years of his life was spent on 
the coast of China, eight of which were in the government service. He 
also served as an instructor in the Japanese navy.^ 

He was a son of Daniel Bowles and Nancy (Davis) Lord. His ancestry 
includes the following families : Lord, Edwards, Davis, Foote, Messerve}-, 
Crowninshield, Allen, Clifford, Hilliard, Allen, Ives, Metcalf, Derby, 
Hasket. See Axcestky Tables y^j. 

22. IX. 337. William Trumbull Pliippen [Benjamin 22. VIII. 
230], bom in Salem. A photographer, of Boston. Residence: Somerville, 
Mass. 

22. IX. 337. Sarah Addie Dix, his wife, born in Bucksport, Maine. 
Mrs. Phippen is a daughter of Daniel and Eliza A. (Crosby) Dix. 
ANCESTRY Tables ■^-^. 

22. IX. 338. Martha Ann Phippen [Nathaniel 22. VIII. 231], 
bom in Salem, died in Salem, of heart disease. 

22. IX. 338. irauam Archer Frye, her husband, bom in Salem. 
A farmer. Residence: Athol, Mass. 

Mr. Frye was formerly a shoemaker. During the civil war he enlisted 
in Company A of the Thirty-second Regiment of Massachusetts Volunteer 
Infantry, and served three vears. 

Hi.s second wife, whom he mnri-ied Feb. 2, 1888, was Helen Maria 
Bosworth. She was born in Winchendon, Mass., Nov. 20, 1845. and died 
in Athol, Feb. 15, 1892. By her he had no children. She was a daughter 
of Alpheus and Eunice (Brooks) Bosworth, of "Winchendon. 

» The Boston Herald of Sept. 22, 1891 ; and tKe Salem Xews of Oct, 20, 1891. 



NIXTn GEXERATIOX. 855 

Jlr. Frye is a son of John Xutting and Harriet (Arclier) Frye. His 
nncestrv includes the following- fuinilies: Frye, Nutting, Archer. See 
Anckstbv Tables jjj. 

22. IX. 339. Charlotte Lane Phippen [Nathaniel 22. VIII. 231], 
probably born in Salem. Residence: Clielsea, Mass. 

22. IX. 339. William Henri/ Archer, her husband, born in Salem, 
died in Chelsea, Mass. 

Mr. Archer was a son of William Henry and Mary Pickman (Bowditch) 
Arclier. Clara Hcnfiehl BoicfUkh [31. IX. olll was liis cousin; Charles 
]Varren Brooks [34-. IX. oST] and Jlary Beccl [40. VII. 104''\ ^vere his 
first cousins once removed. His ancestry includes the following fami- 
lies : Archer, Osgood, Massey, Wells, Warner, Allen, Very, Woodice, 
Svraonds, Browning, Robinson, Woodman, Bowditch, Gardner, Frier, 
Porter, Turner, Hill. Roberts. Kitchen, Saunders, Weld, Clap, Mitchelson, 
Bushell, Bancroft, Metcalf, Eaton, Kendall, Clark, Swain, Newhall, Potter, 
Farrar, Breed, Favrington, Mansfield, Needham, Williams, Collins, Stocker, 
Kamsdell, Ward, Flint, Massev, Wells, Warner, Derby, Hilman, Youngs, 
Budd. See A^-cestry Tables y'^g. 

22. IX. 340. Benjamin Howard Pliippen [Nathaniel 22. VIII. 
231], born in Salem, died at sea. A clerk, supercargo, and commission 
merchant. Residence : Salem. 

22. IX. 340. Sarah JElixaheth Larrahee^ his wife, bom in Essex, 
Mass. Residence : Salem. 

Her second husband, whom she man-ied May 12, 1864, was Joseph 
Henry Nutter, a book-keeper, of Boston. He was born in Portland, Elaine, 
April 11, 1835, and died in Charlestown, Mass., Jan. 2, 18G8. . 

Mrs. Nutter is a daughter of Samuel Hopkins and Mary Ann (Felt) 
Lari'abee, of Salem. Her ancestiy includes the following families : Larra- 
bee, Buffum, Felt, Wilkinson, Andrews, Purchase, Silsbee, Pickering, 
Cromwell, Becket, Mason, Beadle, Hicks, Gillingham, Bly, Reeves. See 
Ancestry Tables jfj. 



856 TITE PICKERING GENEALOGY. 

22. IX. 341. Joshua Boynton Phippen [Nathaniel 22. VIII. 231], 
born in Salem. An expressman. Residence : Sulem. 

22. IX. 341. 2Iarij Ilea I>akin, his wife, born in Salem, died in 
Salem. 

Mrs. Phippen was a daughter of Timothy Hunting and Sarah Ann 
(Dodge) Dakin. Her father was a clerk, of Salem. A>-cestry Tables jfj. 

22. IX. 342. Mary Dustin Phippen [Nathaniel 22. VIII. 231], 
bom ia Salem, died in Salem. Residence : Salem. 

22. IX. 344. Oliver Grifiin Lane [Charlotte 22. VIII. 235], born 
in Salem, died in Gloucester, Mass., of meningitis. A mariner. Resi- 
dence: Gloucester. 

22. IX. o44- ^'ffi^cfj JPearce, his wife, born in Gloucester, Mass., 
died in New York City. 

Mrs. Lane was a daughter of William and Clarissa (Sargent) Pearce, of 
Gloucester. Her ancestry includes the following families : Pearce, 
Saunders, Stevens, Eveleigh, Ellery, Coit, Jenner, Stevens, Brown, Sar- 
gent, Clarke, Stanwood, Allen, Howard, Coit, Jenner, Stevens, White, 
Wise, Thompson, Gardner. See Ancestry Tables jfg. 

22. IX. 345. Charles Augustus Lane [Charlotte 22. VIII. 235], 
bom in Gloucester, Mass., died in Rio Janeiro. Residence : Gloucester. 

Mr. Lane was in the grocery business for several years. He afterwards 
went to sea, and became chief officer of a ship. 

22. IX. 34^. Sophroyiia Elinaheth Pulsifer, his wife, bom in 
Gloucester, Mass. 

Her second husband, whom she mamed Dec. 28, 1875, was Captain 
George E. Lane, of Gloucester. He was born in Boston, Feb. 17, 1822, 
and died in Glouce-trr, March 29, 1891. He was a son of Gideon and 
Eliza (Peabody) Lane.' 

Mrs. Lane is a daughter of Thomas L. and Sophronia E. (Fellows) 
Pulsifer. Avcestrt Tables y^-^. 

» The Gloucester Daily Times of March 30, 1891. 



:n'i 



NINTH GENERATION. 857 



22. IX. 349. Ann Eliza Lane [Charlotte 22. VIII. 235], born in 
Gloucester, Mass. Residence : Gloucester. 

Mrs. Cunningham is a woman of great energy and executive ability. 
Slie was made matron of the Soldiers' and Sailors' Home at the time of her 
lui-band's appointment as superintendent, and filled the position with great 
acceptance. 

22. IX. 349. James Adams Cunningham,, her husband, born in 
Boston, died in Chelsea, Mass. A soldier. Residence : Gloucester, Mass. 

General Cunningham attended the public schools of Boston until he 
was fifteen 5-ears old, when his pai-ents removed to Lunenburg, ^Mass., and 
he received the remainder of his education at the academies in Framingham 
and Lunenburg. He began the practical duties of life as a farmer on the 
old family place in Lunenburg, and filled the oifices of constable in 1854 
and selectman in 1858 in that town. He early showed a taste for military 
affairs; and when he was nineteen years old he joined Company B, Ninth 
Kegiment of the Massachusetts Volunteer Militia, as a private. Two years 
later, he was commissioned fourth lieutenant; and Feb. 24, 1855, he was 
commissioned first lieutenant. In 1857, 1858, and 1859, he was captain of 
his company, which was known as the Fitchburg Fusileers. In 1859, on 
his removal to Gloucester, he resigned his commission as captain. 

When the Rebellion broke out, he became deeply interested in the 
cause, and answered the call for volunteers in tlie fall of 1861 by enlisting. 
lie was commissioned, Xov. 15, 1861, as first lieutenant of the Thirty- 
second Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry; became captain, March 6, 1862; 
major, June 29, 1864; lieutenant-colonel, June 30, 1864; and was mus- 
tered out July 10, 1865. He was brevetted lieutenant-colonel, United 
States Volunteers, Sept. 30, 1864, "for gallant services at the battle of 
roeble's Farm, Va. ;" colonel. United States Volunteers, April 1, 1865, "for 
gallant conduct at the battles of Five Forks and Cox Road, Va. ; " and 
brigadier-general, United States Volunteers, April 1, 1865, "for distin- 
guished services during the campaign against Richmond, and for especial 
gallantry at the battle of Five Forks, Virginia." He was in all the cam- 
paigns of the Army of the Potomac, from the Peninsular, under McClellan, 



858 THE PICKERING GENE.ILOGY. 

to the surrender of the Army of Northern Virginia at Appomattox, April 9, 
1865. During- the last month of the war he was attached to General 
Sherman's staff, and did special duty in a way that highly pleased that 
general. 

On his return from the war to his home in Gloucester, he was elected, 
in the years 18G5 and 18G<3, a representative to the General Court. In tlie 
summer of 18G6, he was commissioned assistant quartermaster-general of 
Massachusetts; and, on Dec. 17 of the same year, he was commissioned 
adjutant-general of Massachusetts, with the rank of major-general, residing 
in Boston. He hc4d tliis position for thirteen years, resigning in Januarj-, 
1879. General Cunningham was appointed, in 1S82, superintendent of the 
Soldiers' and Sailors' Home, located in Chelsea, which position he held 
until he died. 

He was a member of the First Class of the Military Order of the Loyal 
Legion of the United States.^ 

He was a son of Nathaniel Fellows and Martha (Putnam) Cunningham. 
His father was a retired Boston merchant. His ancestry includes the fol- 
lowing fiimilies : Cunningham, Wheeler, Boylston, Gardner, Smith, White, 
Cogswell, Thompson, Hawkes, Hutchinson, Fellows, Fellows, Adams, 
Baxter, Bass, Alden, Mullins, Boylston, Gardner, Smith, White, Cogswell, 
Thompson, Hawkes, Hutchinson, Stearns, Manning, Fiske, Wyeth, Park, 
Dix, Hubbard, Memam, Rice, King, Brown, Vinton, Putnam. See 
AxcESTRT Tables \^j- 

23. IX. 351. Eliza Hodges Holman [Lydia 23. VIIL 236], bom 
in Salem, died in Salem, of consumption. 

23. IX. Sol. William Henry Jackson, her husband, born in Bos- 
ton, died in Salem, of paralysis. A merchant. Residence : Salem. 

His first wife, to whom he was married May 12, 1846, was Elizabeth 
Holman Norris. She was born in Salem, Nov. 20, 1818, and died in 
Danvers, Mass., April 27, 1852. By her he had the following children : 



• The Boston Daily Advertiser and the Boston Journal of July 18, 1S92; The Boston 
Herald of July 21, 1892; One of a Thousand, by John C. Rand, p. 155; and Military 
Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States, Eegister of the Commandery of the State 
of Massachusetts, p. 42. 



mXTH GENERATTOX. 859 

Katk jACKSoy, born in Salem, Sept. 26, IStS. 

Elizabeth Jackson, born in Danvers, March 17, 1852. 

Mr. Jackson was a son of George and ^lary (Crane) Jackson. His 
father was one of the principal assessors of Boston. His ancestry inchides 
the following families: Jackson, B;iker, Hyde, Fuller, Smith, Winchester, 
Soalis, Stevens, Gulliver, Kinsley, Robinson, Baker, Trowbridge, Jackson, 
FuUuni, Livermore, Crane, Pierce, Smith, Grant, Clark. See Ancestry 
Tables it?" 

23. IX. 353. Benjamin Augustus Babbidge [John P. 23. VIII. 
212], bom in Salem, died on the coast of Sierra Leone, Africa. A ship- 
master. Residence : Salem. 

Captain Babbidge commanded the Brig Ceylon. 

23. IX. 353. ElizabetJi Fairfield, his wife, died in Salem. 
Mrs. Babbidge was a daughter of Moses and Elizabeth (Badger) Fair- 
field, of Salem. Ancestky Tables jf-^. 

23. IX. 355. Lucy Andrews Babbidge [John P. 23. VIII. 242], 
born in Salem, died in Salem. Residence : Salem. 

23. IX. 350. Charles Warren Sicasei/, her husband, born in 
Topsfield, Mass., died in Salem, of consumption. A printer. Residence: 
Salem. 

Mr. Swasey studied for the ministry, but he became a printer. 

Ancestry Tables -i^-g- 

23. IX. 356. Nancy Pbippen Bro^vn [Ann 23. VIII. 245], born 
in Danvers, Mass. Residence : Danvers. 

23. IX. 356. Joseph Jac/csoit, her husband, born in England, died 
in Boston. A physician. Residence : Boston. 

Mr. Jackson was a son of Thomas and Elizabeth Jackson, of England. 
Mis father was a farmer. Ancestry Tables jjq. 

23. IX. 357. Dennison Wallace Brown [Ann 23. VIII. 245], bom 
in Beverly, Mass., died in North Danvers, Mass. A butcher. Residence : 
North Beverly. 



860 THE PICKERING GENEALOGY. 

23. IX. oo7. Mat' tint W. Potter, his wife, born in Beverly, Mass., 
(lied in ^larljleliead, Mass., of consumption. 

Mrs. Brown was a daughter of Benjamin and Anna Potter. Aj;ce3try 
Tables yfy. 

23. IX. 358. Hannah Pliippen Woodbury [Hannah 23. VIII. 
246], born in Danvers, Mass. Residence : Danvers. 

23. IX. 3oS. Aaron Wood Warren, her husband, bom in Danvers, 
Mass., died in Danvers. A merchant. Residence : Danvers. 

Mr. Warren was a son of Jonas and Hannah (Kimball) Wan-en, of 
Danvers. His father was a merchant. A>cestkt Tables -j^/^. 

23. IX. 359. Tristram Woodbury [Hannah 23. YIII. 246], bora 
in Beverly, Mass., died in Danvers, Mass. A butcher. Residence : 
Danvers. 

23. IX. 859. Sarah Wildes Wallis, his wife, born in Beverly, Mass. 
Residence : Danvers, Mass. 

Mrs. AYoodbury is a daugliter of Israel and Lydia (Burnham) Wallis, of 
Beverly. He was a farmer. Ancestry Tables i^|-^. 

23. IX. 3 GO. Joshua Phippen Woodbury [Hannah 23. VIII. 246], 
born in Beverly, Mass. A butchei". Residence : East Danvers, Mass. 

23. IX. 360. Pauline Andrews Blasury, his wife, born in Wenham, 
Mass., died in East Danvers, Mass. 

Mrs. Woodbury is a daughter of Thomas and Lucy (Andrews) Masury, 
of Wenham. He was a shoe manufacturer. Axcestrv Tables -j'f^. 

24. IX. 3G2. Francis Needham Chapman [Ursula S. 24. VIII. 
248], born in Salem. Paying teller of the Eliot National Bank, Boston. 
Residence : Salem. 

24. IX. 302. Caroline Ahhy Fuller, his wife, born in Salem. 
Mrs. Phippen is a daughter of Enoch P. and Mary Fuller. Akcestrt 
Tables tjj. 



NiyTH GEXERATIOX. 861 

24. IX. 363. Hardy Pliippen Cliapmaii [Ursula S. 24. VIII. 248], 
bom in Salem. An upholsterer. Residence : Salem. 

24. IX. 363. Lixzie Lake, his wife, born in Lowell, Mass. 
Mrs. Phippen is a daughter of Amasa and Mary E. (^Yood) Lake. He 
was a farmer, of West Levant, Maine. Ajtcestey Tables ifj-- 

24. IX. 366. Mary Elizabeth Pliippen [Joshua 24. VIII. 249], 
bom in Salem. Residence : Salem. 

24. IX. 366. Jiichard Price, her husband, bora in Salem, died in 
Topsfield, Mass. Residence : Salem. 

Mr, Price was a son of Eben K. and Hannah (Shreve) Price, of Salem. 
His ancestry includes the following families : Price, Shreve, Very, Wood- 
ice, Newhall, Farrar, Gile, Bishop, Palfray, Putney, Cook, Very, Woodice. 
See Ancestry Tables ^^j- 

24. IX. 367. Joshua Phippen [Joshua 24. VIII. 249], born in 
Salem. A music teacher. Residence : Winchester, Mass. 

24. IX. 367. Addie Elizabeth Greeley, his wife, born in Charles- 
town, Mass. 

Mrs. Phippen is a daughter of William Prescott and Elizabeth J. 
(McCleary) Greeley. He is in the cofiee business, and resides in Win- 
chester, Mass. A^-cESTRT Tables yf j,. 

24. IX. 368. Edward Augustus Phippen [Joshua 24. VIII. 249], 
boiTi in Salem. Secretary and assistant treasurer of the Old Colony Trust 
Company, Boston. Residence : Newton, Mass. 

24. IX. 368. Mary Louise Darling, his wife, born in Charlestown, 
Mass. 

Mrs. Phippen is a daughter of Elijah Smith and Abbie (Loud) Dar- 
ling. Her father is an officer in the State prison, Charlestown. Ancestry 
Tables -f'f^,,. 

24. IX. 369. Hardy Phippen [Joshua 24. VIIL 249], born in Salem. 
A physician and surgeon. Residence : Salem. 

Dr. Phippen, H. C 1884, M.D. 1889, is a successful physician, of Salem. 



862 THE PICKERING GENEALOGY. 

24. IX. 370. George Barton PMppen [George D. 24. YIII. 250], 
born in Salem. A treasurer. Residence: Boston. 

Mr. Pliippen is treasm-er of the New York and New England Railroad. 

24. IX. 370. Mar If Eliza S fodder, his vsife, born in Salem. 
Mrs. Phippen is a daughter of Simon and Mary E. (Simonds) Stodder. 
Ancestey Tables y^^-. 

24. IX. 372. Arthtir Henry Pliippen [George D. 24. VIII. 250], 
bom in Salem. A clerk in Boston. Residence : Salem. 

24. IX. o7J\ Mary EUxaheth Chamberlain, his first wife, bom in 
Salem, died in Salem. 

Mrs. Phippen was a daughter of James and Elizabeth Sinclair (Gray) 
Chamberlain, of Salem. Axcestet Tables jf-^^ 

24. IX. S72^. Elizabeth Moselcij Sanborn, his second wife, bom 
in Salem. 

Mrs. Phippen is a daughter of Osgood and Elizabeth Moseley ("West) 
Sanborn, of Salem. Her ancestry includes the following families : Sanborn, 
Eustace, West, Men-iam, Poore, Titcorab, Bartlctt, "Ward, Harvey, Phippen, 
Moseley, Crowninshield, Allen, Clittord, HilHard, Allen, Ives, Metcalf, Derby, 
Hasket. See Axcestkt Tables x'g^j- 

24. IX. 373. diaries Eiidicott PMppen [George D. 24. VIII. 
250], born in Salem. A clerk in Boston. Residence: Salem. 

24. IX. '373. Harriet Harvey Gifford, his wife, born in Salem. 
Mrs. Phippen is a daughter of Thomas Jefferson and Harriet Maria 

(Peabody) Gifford. He is a conti-actor and builder, of Salem. Axcestrt 

25. IX. 374. Frances Elizabetli Gray [Frances 25. VIII. 253], 
born in Dorchester, Mass., died in Boston. Residence : Boston. 

An obituary notice of Miss Gray, which appeared in the Boston Even- 
ing Transcript of March 20, 1894, states that she was an accomplished 
linguist, especially in Greek, Latin, and French, besides Hebrew, and a 
thorough scholar in the philosophy of history, as well as being versed in 



yiXTff GEXERATIOX. 863 

iho works of the groat musters of prose and verse. It also states she was a 
j.oot and musician, and that slie iniselfishly devoted her entire life to the 
li.ippiness of others. JIany years of her life were jiassed in the family of 
her sister, ilrs. Brooks. She was a woman of a very lovely character. 

25. IX. 379. Caroline Gray [Frances 25. VIII. 253], born in Bos- 
ton. Residence : Boston. 

25. IX. t^r^?. Joliii UasJiinSf her husband, died in Framingham, 
M.1SS. Residence: Boston. 

By his first wife Mr. Ilaskins had two children, deceased. 

Mr. Haskins was a son of Thomas and Elizabeth (Foxcroft) Haskins. 
}[anj Ladd [45. VII. 2JS'] was his first cousin. His ancestry includes the 
following families: Haskins, Cook, Lamson, Upham, AVood, Mellens, Dex- 
ter, Hill, Long, Bicknell, Metcalf, Waite, Hills, Oakes, Sargent, Chipman, 
Ilowland, Tilley, Foxcroft, Diuiforth, Withington, Coney, Nash, Atwater, 
Blackman, Upham, "Wood, Mellens, Dexter, Hill, Long, Bicknell, Metcalf. 
Soo Ancestry Tables y^j;. 

25. IX. 381. Lydia Frances G-ray [Frances 25. VIIL 253], born 
in Dorchester, Mass. Residence: Cambridge, Mass. 

25. IX. SSI. Elias Cornelius, her husband, born in Salem. Resi- 
dence: Owego, X. Y. 

Mr. Cornelius lived for a time in Boston, and in 1843 he was appointed 
sergeant of the Independent Corps of Cadets. He afterward was a pay- 
master on the Erie raih-oad. 

He was a son of the Rev. Dr. Elias and Mary Ann (Hooker) Cornelius. 
His father was an eminent clergyman. His ancestry includes the following 
families: Cornelius, Smith, Baldwin, Stalker, Wildman, Hooker, Willet, 
lirown, Stanley, Fletclier, Curtis, Judson, Porter, Parmelee, Edwards, 
Spencer, Tuthill, Stoddard. Downing, Winthrop, Wavoham, Pierpont, Stow, 
IJigg, Hooker, Willet, Brown, Ogden, Bond, Crane, Hatfield. See 

AxcFSTRT Tables ^"j. 

25. IX. 382. Mary Codman Gray [Frances 25. VIIL 253], born 
in Dorchester, Mass. Residence: Cambndge, Mass. 



864 THE PICKERING GENEALOGY. 

25. IX. 3S2. Charles Archibald Winthrojt, lior husband, born in 
New York City, died in Cambridge, Mass. A man of leisure. Residence : 
Cambridge. 

Mr. Wintbroji, Yale College, 1832, was very much interested in agricul- 
tural ])ursuits, and in the earlier years of bis married life devoted his atten- 
tion to farming. At the date of bis first marriage he lived in Orange, N. J., 
and afterwards in Owego, X. Y., whence he removed to Cambridge. He 
was a very good man, shy, but genial, and led a very retired life. He 
•was a devoted Episcopalian, and busied himself in religious and philan- 
thropic undertakings. 

His first wife, whom he marned June 17, 1844, was Jeanette Bradley, 
a daughter of Captain John Bradley, of Xew Haven, Conn. She died in 
New Haven, Sept. 11, 1846. His second wife, whom he married in 1848, 
was Mary Boyer, a native of Caroline, N. Y. She died in 1853. 

Mr. Winthrop was a son of Francis Bayard and Julia Ann (Rogers) 
Winthrop. Rohert C. Winthroj) [48. VIH. 534'] was his fii-st cousin once 
removed. His ancestry includes the following families : "Winthrop, Forth, 
Read, Browne, Smith, Dudley, Dighton, Tyng, Sears (f), Borland, Neale, 
Lindall, Veren, Poole, Brenton, Burton, Mai-ston, Lcgg, Hardenbroeck, 
Crooke, Lispenard, Rogers, "Woolsey, Taylor, Whitehead, Isaacs, Rumsey. 
See AxcESTRY Tables -if-^- 

25. IX. 385. Arthur Gray [Frances 25. VIII. 253], born in Dor- 
chester, Mass. Residence : Walpole, Mass. 

Mr. Gray, in his earlier life, went to sea for some years in one of the 
ships belonging to his uncle, Henry A. Peirce. In 1849, he went to Cali- 
fornia, where he remained for some time. For several years he was v,\{\\ 
the Rev. Dr. Wells, at the Mission Church, in Purchase Street, Boston. 
Since Dr. Wells's death, Mr. Gray has been engaged in no vocation. 

25. IX. 388. Horatio Gray [Frances 25. VIII. 253], born in Rox- 
bury, Mass. A clergyman. Residence : Boston. 

Mr. Gray, Brown University, 1849, studied theology, and was ordained 
deacon of the Protestant Episcopal Church, in St. Tliomas Churcli, Taun- 
ton, Mass., April 17, 1852, and was ordained priest in St. Andrew's Church, 



yiXTH GEXERAIION. §65 



rhihiJelpliia, I'a., ^lay 3, 185.'). After pienchiiig fur some years, he retired 
from his profossioual dutio?:, owing to delicate health. Mr. Gray is the 
author of the Life of the Rev. B. C. Cutler, D.D., of St. Ann's Church, 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

25. IX. 389. Anna Ellen Cordis Gray [Frances 25. VIII. 253], 
born in Roxbury, Mass. 

25. IX. SS9. William Henry Brooks, her husband, born in Balti- 
more, Md. A clergyman. Residence : Boston. 

Dr. Brooks is a clergyman of the Protestant Episcopal Church. He 
lias been settled as rector at Newark, Del, at Plymoutli, Mass., at Brock- 
port, N. Y., at Hallowell, Maine, at Webster, Mass., and at Hanover, Mass. 
Ho resigned his charge over St. Andrew's Church, Hanover, in 1888, and, 
in 1889, represented that town in the Legislature. He was private secre- 
tary of the late Bishop Brooks, and is secretary of the Diocesan Convention 
of Massachusetts. The degree of D.D. has been conferred on Dr. Brooks. 

The following are among Dr. Brooks's wn'tings which have been pub- 
lished : "The Strong Staff and the Beautiful Rod Broken: A Sermon 
on Rear Admiral Joseph Smith, 1877;" "The Branch of God's Planting: 
An Address in St. Andrew's Church, Hanover, ]\[ass., 1882;" " A Sketch 
of the late Rt. Rev. Phillips Brooks, D.D.,.1894." 

He is a son of Nathan Covington and ^lary Elizabeth (Gobrecht) 
Brooks, of Baltimore. His father was a classical and historical writer. 
-VxcESTRv Tables \f-Q- 

25. IX. 391. Thomas Hardy Peirce Blanchard [Marcia 25.YIII. 
255], born in Boston, died in Boston, of typhus fever. 

He inherited his father's genius, and was a very mature and interesting 
child. A portrait of him was in the possession of the late Mrs. Laura P. 
Holland. 

25. IX. 302. Delia Peirce Blanchard [Marcia 25. YIII. 255], born 
in Boston, died in Palmer, ]\Iass. 

25. IX. 392. Alfred Maddoek, her husband, born in England, died 
in Boston. A clerk. Residence : Boston. 

55 



SG6 THE riCKERIXG GENEALOGY. 

Mr. ^laddock was well educated, and came to this country with his 
jiarents and their family. His brother Thomas was adopted by his father- 
in-law, Mr. Blanchard, and took liis name. 

Mr. Maddock was a son of Thomas and Mary A. Maddock. AycBsiRY 
Tables -j^j. 

25. IX. 394. Hamilton McKee Peirce [Constantius 25. VIIL257], 
born in Baton Rouge, La., probably died in Baton Rouge. Residence : 
Baton Rouge. 

Colonel Peirce was educated in New York, after which he enlisted as a 
volunteer in the Mexican war, and was promoted as lieutenant for bravery. 
He was among those who first hoisted the United States flag over the 
"Ilalls of the Montezumas." In 1856, Governor Robert C. Wicklifie 
appointed him on his staflf with the rank of colonel. During the civil war 
Governor ]\Ioore made him a captain of a corps of men to hold the forts 
below New Orleans, but he resigned. lie at one time held the office of 
assessor. 

Colonel Peirce is spoken of as a refined, generous, and courteous gentle- 
man and brave officer. He owned the Peirce Family Bible. 

25. IX. 395. Frances Temple Peirce [Constantius 25. YIII. 257], 
born in Baton Rouge, La. Residence : St. Francisville, La. 

25. IX. 39o. Bertrand Haralson, her husband, born in Baton Rouge, 
La., died in West Feliciana, La. A lawyer. Residence : Baton Rouge. 

Judge Haralson is said to have graduated at Princeton College, N. J., 
but his name does not appear among the alumni of that college. He 
studied law, and became a distinguished member of the bar. For sixteen 
years he was the recorder of St. Francisville, La. In 1856, he was elected 
senator of Louisiana, but resigned that position on being appointed register 
of tlie Louisiana State Land Office, an office which he held until 1861. In 
1872, he was elected presiding judge of West Feliciana parisli, and died 
while in office. Before the Rebellion broke out, Judge and ^Irs. Haralson 
were wealthy, but the war ruined them financially. He was just rebuilding 
his fortune when he died.^ 

' The Peirce Family Record, 1 687-1893, by Edward W. West, pp. i3-4l. 



xryriT gexeratiox. 867 

Judge Ilaralson was a son of Arc]ul>ald and Tliererie Lodoiska Augustine 
( roMt-Biieullot) Haralson. His father was a lawyer. Ferijus Duplantier 
Ifiiruhon [25. IX. o90] was his brother. His ancestry includes the follow- 
iiio" families : Haralson, Pont-Brieullet. See ^V-\cestry Tabll s ^l\. 

2b. IX. 396. Grenville Mellen Peirce [Constantius 2rx VIII. 257], 
born at Baton Rouge, La., died at Baton Rouge. A planter. Residence: 
Baton Rouge. 

Colonel Peirce is said to have graduated at Princeton College, N. J., in 
1>N.'>.'), but liis name does not appear among the graduates of that college. 
He was the owner of a large plantation called the '•' Wildei'ness," about six 
miles east of Baton Rouge. In December, 1864, many of the buildings 
and about fifty thousand dollars' worth of cotton were destroyed by fire. 
In 1868, he was still living there, and one hundred of his old servants were 
still with him. In 1860, Mr. Peirce was elected a Louisiana State senator. 
He was also at one time colonel of the Louisiana State Militia. He owned 
the Peirce Family Bible and the family miniatures. 

25. IX. 396. 3Iar>j Charlotte Baker, his wife, born at Bayou Sara, 
La., died at New Orleans, La. 

ilr.s. Peirce was educated at St. Joseph's Convent, Baton Rouge, and 
was the sole heiress to a large fortune. 

She was the only child of John Dickinson and Charlotte Xnw (Wimbish) 
Baker. Axcestky Tables y^j. 

25. IX. 397. Mary Steer Peirce [Constantius 25. VIII. 257], born 
in Baton Rouge, La., died at La Belle Alliance, Ascension, La. 

25. IX. 397. Joaeph Jlather, her husband, born at La Belle Alliance, 
Ascension, La. A sugar planter. Residence: La Belle Alliance, xVscen- 
.sion. 

Mr. ^^lather was a wealthy planter before the war, and was the owner 
of two very large plantations, one of which was the great Belle Alliance. 
He became impovei-ished by the war. He married a second wife, who 
di.-d about 1871. By her he had a son : — 



868 THE nCKERING GENEALOGY. 

Shiloii Matukk, born April 4, 18C-. lie was named for the battle of Shiloh, but 
his name was afterwards changed to Joseph. 

Mr. Mather was a sou of George and Aurore Trudeau (de Lonjeuil) 
Mather, His father was a wealthy planter, of St. James Parish, La. IT is 
ancestiy includes the following families: Mather, Mather, de Lonjeuil.^ 
See Ancestrv Tables x'?K' 

25. IX. 399. Laura Peirce [Constantius 25. VIII. 257], bora in 
Baton Rouge, La., died at West Feliciana, La. 

25. IX. SOD. Fergus Duplantiei' Huralnon, her husband, born in 
West Feliciana, La. A planter. Kcsidence ; West Feliciana. 

Mr. Haralson met with large losses during the Avar. 

He was a son of Archibald and Therese Lodo'iska Augustine (Pont- 
Brieullet) Haralson. Bertrand Haralson [25. IX. SOol was his brother. 
His ancestry includes the following families : Haralson, PontrBrieullet. 
See Ancestry Tables \^§- 

26. IX. 400. Frances Temple Holland [Laura 26. YIII. 259], born 
in Boston. 

Mrs. Blanchard, before her marriage, was a successful teacher in the 
Chelsea High School. She is a woman of much energy and business 
capacity. 

26. IX. 400. FranJdin Blanchard, her husband, born in Millbury, 
Mass., died in Palmer, ilass. A manufacturer. Residence : Palmer. 

Mr. Blanchard was the last survivor of the firm of A. Y. Blanchard & 
Co., which stands out prominently in the early manufacturing Iiistory of 
Palmer. His father first established a scythe manufactory in Millbury, but 
soon moved to Dudley, Mass., where he continued in business until 1824. 
He finally removed to Palmer, having been attracted b}' the fine water 
privilege on the Quaboag River. Here he laid the foundation of what 
soon became fur those days an immense business, in the manufacture ot 
scythes which were noted throughout the country for their excellence. 

' Lineage of Rev. Richard ^father, by Horace E. blather, p. 21 ; also a letter of the 
author, dated May 23, 1S94, from which most of the above information is derived. 



NIXTH GENERATION. 869 



When the elder Blancluird retired from business, it was turned over to his 
four sons, Alonzo, Williaui, John, and Franklin. Soon after the advent of 
improved labor-saving machinery, wliich lessened the demand for even the 
best of hand-made tools, Franklin Blanchard disposed of his interest in the 
business, and engaged in the manufacture of ox-bows, plough-handles, and 
other farm implements, using the invention of his uncle, Thomas Blanchard, 
for steaming and bending wood. He carried on an extensive business, and 
pained a high reputation for the excellence of his work. Several years 
before his death, his business was discontinued. 

Mr. Bhmchard was a Democrat of the Jeffersonian type, and took a 
lively interest in public afiairs, altliough he never soug'ht public oflice. He 
wns the last survivor of the original members of the Second Congregational 
Parish; and for a time he was superintendent of the Sunday-school, and 
was an active worker in it. He was an upright and honorable man, and 
gained the respect of the entire community.-' 

His first wife, whom he man-ied in September, 1843, was his cousin, 
Sarah Seger Blanchard. She was born in Springfield, JIass., in 1822. and 
died in Palmer, Mass., June 28, 1850. By her he had the following 
child : — 

Laura Seger Blaxchard, born in Palmer, Dec. 13, 1846; died there July 11. 184D. 

Mr. Blanchard was a son of Major John Brewer and Silence (Barton) 
Blanchard. Thomas Blanchard [25. YIII. 2oo'\ was his uncle and father- 
in-law. His ancestry includes the following families: Blanchai'd, Brewer, 
Tenney, Dickinson, Nelson, Lowell, Goodale, Barton, Jennison, Macomber, 
Twist. See A^-cestry Tables -^^^. 

2G. IX. 401. Jolin Holland [Laura 26. VIH. 259], born in Boston, 
died in Terre Haute, Ind. Conductor and superintendent of the Cincinnati 
and Terre Haute Railroad. Residence : Terre Haute. 

26. IX. 401. Elizabeth PJiiUijys Cosgrove, his wife, born in New 
Carlisle, Ohio. 

» The Palmer Journal of Aug. 28, 1896. 



870 THE PICKERIXG GENEALOGY. 

Mrs. Holland is a daughter of Joseph and Mary (Green) Cosgrovo 
of Cincinnati, Ohio. Ancestry Tables ^'^^. 

26. IX. 402. Laura Peirce Holland [Laura 26. VIII. 259], born 
in New York City. Residence : Chelsea, Mass. 

For several years, Miss Holland was a teacher in the Boston puhlic 
schools ; and, for a period of seventeen years, she was a member of the 
Chelsea School Board. She was a director of the Chelsea Day Nursery 
and Children's Home from the date of its organization, in 1886, to 1893, 
and is one of its life members. She has been one of the vice-presidents of 
the Rufus S. Frost General Hospital. She has been for many years iden- 
tified with the Unitarian Church, in Chelsea, serving on its standing com- 
mittee, in its Sunday-school, and as historian of the society. 

26. IX. 403. Sarah Marcia Holland [Laura 26. VIII. 259], born 
in Boston. 

Mrs. Ellcry graduated at Genesee College, now incorporated as Syracuse 
University, in 1861 ; and she afterwards taught several years in seminaries. 

26. IX. 403. Harfison EUcrij, her husband, born in Gloucester, 
Mass. Residence: Brookline, Mass. 

Mr. Ellery was educated in public and private schools, and then entered 
into business life. He early showed a taste and aptitude for genealogical 
studies ; and, having several opportunities for professional work of this 
nature, he has of late years devoted his entire time to the compiling of 
genealogies. His principal work has been for Mr. Charles V. Bowditcli, 
on the Pickering Genealogy. 

He is a son of William and Harriet Foster (Sayward) Ellery. His 
ancestry includes the following families: Ellery, Coit, Jenner, Stevens, 
Sargent, Duncan, Jordan, Epes, Read, Parsons, "\'inson, Haskell, Tybbot, 
Brown, Davis, Batchelder, Wharf, ^lacworth, Riggs, Millet, Cunningham. 
Dodge, Grover, Haskell, Tybbot, Dennis, White, Hatfield, Sayward. 
Stover (?), Norwood, Coldam, Peirce, Stevens, Eveleigh, Giddings, Law- 
rence, Goodhue, Watson, Hitchings, Butler, Ingalls, Eaton, Coas, Gard- 
ner, Vinson, Elwell, Dutch, Parsons, Vinson, Younglove, Cogswell, 
Thompson, Gifford. See Axcestry Tables ^^^. 



NINTH GENERATION. 871 



20'. IX. 404. Edward Walter West [Ann 2G. Vlll. 2G0], born in 
Xewton, ^lass. A hnvyer. Resklence : Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Mr. West, Columbia, 18G1, stialied law, and was admitted to the New 
York Bar, May 13, 1S61. He enlisted as a private, April 18, 18G1, in Coni- 
yM\y F, Seventh Re;4iment New York State Militia, and was mustered into 
tlie United States serxice as second lieutenant of the Fourth Rhode Island 
Infantry, October 30, ISGl. On Xov. 1 of the same year, he was made 
aide-de-camp to Brig-adier-General Silas Casey ; and, Nov. 8, he was pro- 
moted to be first lieutenant of his reghuent. On Jan. 31, 1863, he received, 
but declined, a commission of captain of the Second Rhode Island Cavalry. 
On April 28, 18G3, he was ordered to report to Major-General Hooker, who 
appointed him one of his aide-de-camps. On May 30, he was made 
one of the staff of Major-General Heintzelman, and was assigned to duty as 
assistant judge-advocate of the department at Washington. On Aug. 3, 
1863, he was conmiissioned lieutenant-colonel of the Thirty-third New- 
Jersey Volunteers, but declined the position, as he was desirous of being 
an officer of the Regular Array. On Aug. 29, 18G3, he enlisted as private 
in Companv- F, Fourteenth Infantry, United States xArmy, was promoted to 
be sergeant, and, on Oct. 3, he was appointed as second lieutenant of Light 
Battery F, First Artillery, United States Army. On April 8, 18G4, he left 
the service, his resignation havhig been accepted. After leaving the service, 
lie practised his profession as a lawyer. 

Mr. West has been much interested in his family history, and, in 18G4, 
he published a pamphlet, entitled " Peirce Family Record;" in 1869, 
"CoiTections and Additions" to the same; and, in 1894, "The Peirce 
Family Record, 1687-1893." In 1874, he compiled a pamphlet, the 
'•West Family Record." ^ 

26. IX. 409. Clifford Hardy West [Ann 26. ^^11. 260], born in 
Brooklyn, NT. Y. A naval officer. Residence : Brooklyn. 

Lieutenant West entered the United States Naval Academy as a mid.ship- 
man, Sept. 21, 1863, receiving his appointment from New York. He gradu- 
ated as midshipman, June 6, 1867, and rose through the various ranks to 

* The Peirce Family Record, 16S7-1S93, by E. W. "West, pp. 77-SO. 



THE PICKERING GENEALOGY. 



lieutenaiit-couiiiianJer, receiving liis coniuiission of that rank, March 31, 1888. 
He lias been in service on various steamships of the navy, being navigator 
of tlie "Frolic" from l*^?.') to 1877; navigator of tlie "Alliance," 1879 to 
1881, and its executive ofKcer from 1881 to 1883. He was on the staff of 
Rear-iVdmirals Chandler and Belknap in China and Japan, besides per- 
forming navy yard and liglithouse duties for several years.^ 

26. IX. 414. Mary Ellen Hall [Mary E. 2G. VIII. 261], born in 
Boston, died in Brookline, Mass. 

Mrs. Richmond was very beautiful, and possessed of great vivacity and 
charm of manner. 

26. IX. 4-14- JRdirard Jiichtnoiid, her husband, born in Taunton, 
Mass., probably died in Taunton. Residence : Boston. 

Mr. Richmond was a son of Charles Richmond, of Taunton, Mass. 
AxcESTRT Tables jf-^- 

26. IX. 415. Henrietta Peirce Hall [Mary E. 26. VIII. 261], born 
in Boston. 

26. IX. 4^^- TVlUiran Story Sovgent, her husband, born in Boston. 
A clerk. Re.sidence : West Medford, Mass. 

Mr. Sargent graduated at the Boston Latin School, and entered Harvard 
College. He left the college on Jan. 18, 1864, while a member of the sopho- 
more class, to enter the service. He enlisted, April 2, 1864, as a private in 
the Fifty-ninth ^Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry (Fourth Veterans), was 
promoted to corporal. May 1, 1864, to sergeant, Jan. 1, 1865, and to first 
sergeant, April 1, 1865. His regiment was attached to the Army of the 
Potomac, and was in the battles of the Wilderaess, Spottsylvania, North 
Anna, and Cold Harbor. He was commissioned by Governor Andrew, 
second lieutenant of the Fifty-seventh Regiment, Massachusetts Vohniteer 
Infantry (Second Veterans), June 12, 1865, and was in the battles before 
Petersburg, AVeldon Raih-oad, Peeble's Farm, and the Siege of Petersburg. 
He was mustered out of service July 30, 1865. It was his intention to re- 

* For a more complete list of his numerous cruises and services, see The Peirce 
Family Record, Lj Edward W. West, pp. SO-So. 



NINTH GENERATION. 873 



cuter hid clasa ; but, ou ing- to disability contracted in the service, he was 
prevented from so doing. He has been for several years a clerk in the 
United States Sul>treasury at Boston, holding' a responsible position. 

Mr. Sargent is a son of the Rev. John Turner and Charlotte Sophia 
(White) Sargent. His father was a Unitarian minister, of Boston. Manj 
Barrow White [52. VII. 284^ was his aunt ; Cluirlotte Story Forrester [59. 
VII. 349'\ and Mar if Stone Hodges [59. VIII. 7JJ] are his first cousins once 
removed; and George Aniorg Sargent [12. X. 161^ is his second cousin. 
His ancestry includes tlie following families: Sargent, Duncan, Jordan, 
Epes, Read, Macarty, Nework, Turner, Hill, Roberts, Kitchen, Saunders, 
Weld, Clap, ilitchelson, Bushell, Osborne, Davis, Woodbury, Swan, Clarke, 
King, Scotto, Sanford, Hedge, Lathrop, Clarke, Barrett, Barnard, Planning, 
Williams, White, Metcalf, Flint, Johnson, Maverick, Harris, ]\Iuchmore, 
Browne, Perkins, Burnhani, Bairow, Gill, Dowse, Rand, Holland, Story, 
Cooper, Marion, Eddy, Harrison, Peirce, Bridge, Pedrick, Brown, Chinn, 

Martin, Northey, Knott, Devereux, Stacy, Pedrick, Boden. See Ancestry 

ni rx 

Tables x?!* 

26. IX. 416. Edward Fitch Hall [Mary E. 26. VIII. 261], born 
ia Boston, died in New York City. A stock-broker. Residence: San 
]M-ancisco, Cal. 

Mr. Hall was successful in his business, and accumulated a large 
fortune ; but he met reverses, and lost the greater part of it. He was a 
man of veiy agreeable manners, and a favorite in society. 

20. IX. ^i(5. Charlotte E. Broivne, his wife, born in Cleveland, 
Ohio. 

Mrs. Hall is a daughter of John Muiray and Sophia Augusta Browne. 

.VXCKSTRZ T.VBI.ES j^:r. 

26 IX. 417. Marcus Peirce Hall [Mary E. 26. VIII. 261], born 
in Boston. A stock -broker. Residence; San Francisco, Cal. 

26. IX. 4^7. Laiiva JDeland Fafje, his wife, born in Salem. 
Mrs. Hall is a daughter of Captain Jeremiah and ^Fary (Pindar) Page. 
Her father was a shipmaster, of Salem. Rebecca Page [38. VII. 182'] was 



874 THE PICKERING GENEALOGY. 

Iior aunt. Iler ancestry includes the following families: Page, Paine 
Dunster, Lawrence, Morse, Phillips, Lawrence, Morse, Phillips, Putter, 
Andrew, Porter, Peabody, Foster, Andrew, Porter, Hathorne, Putnam, 
Prince, Putnam, Porter, Hathorne, Perley, Peabody, Foster, Osgood, 
Clement, Putnam, Hutchinson, Bosworth, Cutler, Hutchinson, Bosworth, 
Gedney, Pindar, Dutch, Lovell, Giddings, Fowler, Kimball, Hernck, 
Laskin, Bartlett, Rust, Batchelder, Herrick, Laskin, Dodge, "Woodbury, 
Winder, Conant, Horton, Walton, Mansfield, Rea, Woodbury, Dodge, Dodge, 
Haskell, Tybbot, Batchelder, Goodale, Tarbox (?), Rea, Waters, Herrick, 
Laskin, Leach. See Ancestry Tables ^"j- 

26. IX. 418. Ella Augusta Peirce [Henry A. 26. VIH. 262], 
bora in Charlestown, Mass. 

26. IX. 41s. Frederick Clapp^ her husband, born in New York 
City. Secretary of a manufacturing company. Residence: Greenfield, 
Mass. 

Mr. Clapp entered Trinity College, but did not complete his course. 

He is a son of Henry Wells and Anna Crane (Hilliard) Clapp. His 
father was a retired business man, of Greenfield. His ancestry includes 
the following families: Clapp, Ford, X'ewbury, Warner, Parsons, Root, 
Haynes, Russell, Chui-ch, Bridgeman, Wells, Hilliard. See Ancestry 
Tables x^-^- 

26. IX. 421. Anna Temple Peirce [John D. 26. VIII. 263], born 
in Cincinnati, Ohio. 

26. IX. 4^21. William Bonham, her husband, bom in Cincinnati, 
Ohio, probably died in Cincinnati. Residence •. Cincinnati. 

Mr. Bonham was a son of Benjamin and Maria (Cullain) Bonham. 
A^cESTP.Y Tables x^^^. 

26. IX. 424. Catherine Peiixe [John D. 26. VIII. 263], born in 
Cincinnati, Ohio. 

26. IX. 43^. William Henry Mender, her husband, born in Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio. Residence : Cincinnati. 



A'INTH GEXBILirrOX. 875 



ilr. Meader is a son of William and Maria (Asbtbrd) Meadcr. Axcestet 

IX 

Tables j^ff- 

27. IX. 427. Frances Anna Lathrop [John P. 27. VIII. 269], 
born in Boston. Residence : Dedham, Mass. 

27. IX. 4?7- Thomas Lafayette Wakefield, her husband, bom in 
Londonderry, Vt., died in Dedham, Mass. A lawyer. Residence : 
Dedham. 

Mr. "Wakefield, Dartmouth College, 1843, was fitted for college at the 
academies at Chester, Vt., and Lancaster, N. H. He spent nearly two 
years in teaching, and then began the study of law with Garret S. Cannon, 
at Bordentown, X. J. In May, 1845, he went to Broadalbin, N. Y., where 
he continued his studies with Horace E. Smith; and in October of that 
year, he was admitted to the bar. He entered upon tlie practice of his pro- 
fession in Fulton County, and was elected its first district-attorney in 
April, 1847, an office which he held until his resignation and removal to 
Boston, in 1849. In April, 1849, he began to practise law in Boston, and 
formed a co-partnership with Horace E. Smith, and shortly afterwards, 
John H. W'akefield, his brother, was admitted to the firm. After this firm 
was dissolved, Mr. Wakefield continued to practise on his own account, 
until he made a new business connection with his two sons, Thomas II. and 
John L. Wakefield. In the latter part of his professional life, he devoted 
himself to patent cases. 

Ml". W^akefield resided in Chelsea, Mass., a few years; and, in 18.51, he 
removed to Dedham, Mass. He represented that town in the General 
Court in 1865 and 1866 ; and, in 1871 and 1872, he represented his district 
in the Senate, in which body he was chairman of the judiciary committee. 
He was afterwards appointed chainnnn of the commission for the construc- 
tion of the State Reformatory, at Concord, Mass. In politics, ilr. Wake- 
field was a Republican. 

As a lawyer, he was held in high estimation by the members of the 
bar. His legal opinions were always received with deference, and he con- 
ducted his cases in court with the utmost fidelity and discretion. He was 
a devout communicant of St. Paul's Episcopal Church, of Dedham, and 



876 THE PICKERIXG GENEALOGY. 

was active in all the affairs of that parish. For many years, he was a 
teacher in the Sunday-school, and a warden of the church, of which ho 
was for a long' time treasurer. In all the relations of a townsman, ]\Ir. 
"Wakefield exhibited a most admirable example. He rarely omitted to 
attend the town moetin^s, and was ready to serve in any capacit}- to which 
ho might be designated by his fellow-citizens. He was public spirited, and 
joined in earning forward many good enterprises. He loved fair play, 
and strove to promote good humor. He was a genial companion and a 
steadfast friend. Pie was a religious man, without cant or hypocx'isy. He 
was tolerant in his judgment of others, prudent in speech, and discreet in 
action, and his influence in the community was great.^ 

Mr. Wakefield's first wife, whom he married Jan. 16, 1845, was Jane 
Perry. She was born May 22, 1820, and died in Dedham, March 25, 1853. 
She was a daughter of Dr. W"illiam Perry, of Fayetteville, Vt. By her he 
had the following children : — 

Gertrude Jane "Wakefield, born in Chelsea, May 16, 1847, died there Oct. 12, 

1849. 
Thomas Heber "Wakefield, born in Chelsea, Aug. 28, 1850, married Sept. 16, 

1875, Amelia Breck Conant. He died Nov. 9, 

1896. 
Ja>t: Maria "Wakefield, boru iu Dedham, ]\rarch 25, 1853. She married in 

October, 1874, Clifton Prentiss Baker. 

Mr. \Yakefield was a son of Thomas Bridge and Submit (Ross) Wake- 
field. His ancestry includes the following families: Wakefield, Bridoe, 
Pratt, Boutwell, Kendall, Eaton, Under^\-ood, Ross. See Akcestry 
Tables x^j- 

27. IX. 429. Maria Margaretta Lathrop [John P. 27. VIII. 269], 
bom in Now York City. 

Mrs. Hall was educated at Linden Hall, Boi-dentown. and at St. Mary's 
Hall, Burliugron, N. J. She became a teacher of the modern languages in 
the school of the Rev. George D. Wildes, of Boston. She was an assistant 

* Sketches of the Alumni of Dartmoiitli College, by the Kev. George T. Chapman, 
p. 345; the Boston Daily Advertiser of June 23, 1888; and the Dedham Transcript of 
June 30, 1888. 



NINTn GEXERATIOX. Sll 



\a the Dedliain High School fioin 1853 to 1857, .-iiul was afterwards a 
teacher of the modern hingiiagcs in tlie Union School, Schenectady, N. Y., 
and in the public school of Elyria, Ohio. 

21. IX. 439. Hit-am Be Witt Hall, her husband, born in Elyria, 
Ohio. A farmer. Residence : Des ]\loines, Iowa. 

Mr. Hall is a son of J. Hiram and Silence Sophronia (De Witt) Hall. 
His father was a farmer, of Elyria. ^\^-cestky Tables ^^f^. 

27. IX. 430. John Lathrop [Juhn P. 27. VIII. 269], born in Boston. 
A lawyer. Residence : Boston. 

Judge Lathrop graduated horn Burlington College, New Jersey, in 
1853, and from the Harvard Law School in 1855. In 1856, he became 
a member of tlie Suffolk Bar, having had to v/ait a few months after lie was 
qualified for admission, to attain his majority. On leaving the law school, 
he entered the law office of Charles G. Loring [54. YII. 3101, who had 
retired from practice as the leader of the bar. His brother, F. C. Loring, 
and his son, Caleb W. Loring [54. VIII. 638], continued the business, with 
young Mr. Lathrop as a student in the office. The firm had a large mari- 
time practice, and it was in this direction that the young lawyer's attention 
turned, with the promise of the eminence he afterward attained. 

On the breaking out of the civil war, Mr. Lathrop joined the volunteer 
army. He was commissioned on Aug.. 13, 1862, as lieutenant of Com- 
pany I, of the Thirty-tifrh ilassachusetts Regiment, which was raised in 
Dedliara, where Mr. Lathrop resided. On Aug. 24, he was promoted to be 
captain, and in this rank served until Nov. 13, 1863, when his resignation, 
on account of physical disability contracted in tlie campaign, was accepted, 
and he received his discharge. Retun:iing from the front, Mr. Lathrop 
resumed the practice of the law, and, in 1867, opened an office in Pember- 
toa Square, Boston, and a year or so later formed a partnership with Edwin 
II. Abbot and L. A. Jones, the style of the firm being Lathrop, Abbot, & 
Jones. In 1S72, ^Mr. Lathrop was admitted to the bar of the Supreme Court 
of tlie United States; and, in March, 1874, he was appointed by Governor 
Washburn to the position of reporter of decisions of the Supreme Judicial 
Court. In 1888, Governor Ames appointed him to the bench of the 



878 THE PICKERIXG GENEALOGY. 

Superior Court, at the same time as Jiulge Dimbar. Judge Latlirop was 
appointed b}' Governor Russell to the bench of the Supreme Court in 
January, 1891 ; and it was g-enerally conceded that the appointment was a 
fitting one. \\liile a reporter of decisions, he also held the positions of 
lecturer in the Harvard Law School and in the Boston Law School. lie 
has prepared and published volumes 115-145 of the Massachusetts Reports. 
Besides being a member of several clubs of Boston, he is a member of the 
first class of the Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States.^ 

27. IX 4'^0. HUxa Davis Parker, the wife of John Lathrop, born 
in Boston. 

Mrs. Lathrop is a daughter of Richard Greene and Mary Ann Moore 
(Davis) Parker. Her ancestry includes the following families: Parker, 
Stanley, Grafton, Cutler, Cowell, Millar ('?), Clark, Kilby, Simpkins, 
Richardson, Davis. See A>-cestky Tables y^j. 

27. IX. 431. Jane Augusta Latlirop [John P. 27. YIII. 269], 
bom in Boston. Residence : Cambridge, Mass. 

27. IX. ^'5i. Edtvard Sprague Hand, her husband, born in Boston. 
A lawyer. 

Mr. Rand, H. C. 1855, LL.B. 1857, subsequently formed a partnership 
with his father. He devoted much time to floriculture and literature at his 
home in Dedham, IMass. He assisted in editing Flint's edition of " Harris 
on Insects Injurious to Vegetation" [Boston, 1862]. He edited the floral 
department of "The Homestead," and partially prepared a new edition of 
Dr. Jacob Bigelow's " Florula Bostoniensis." He has piiblished " Life 
Memories, and other Poems" [Boston, 1859] ; "Flowers for the Parlor and 
Garden" [1863] ; " Garden Flowers " [1866] ; " Bulbs " [1866] ; " Seventy- 
five Popular Flowers and How to Cultivate Them" [1870] ; "The Rhodo- 
dendron and American Plants" [1871] ; "Window Gardener" [1872] ; and 
"Complete Manual of Orchid Culture" [New York, 1876]. . Unfortunate 
circumstances compelled him to leave the country.^ 

> The Boston Daily Herald of ^rarch 1, 1888, and Jan. 22, 1891 ; and Boston of To- 
day, p. 28.J, which contains a portrait. 

' Appleton's Cyclopaedia of .A.inerican Biography, Vol. V. p. 169. 



NIX TIT GEXERATIOyr. 879 



Mr. Rand is a s(in of Edward Spraguc and Elizabeth (Arnold) Rand. 
ITis father was a lawyer, of Boston. His ancestry inclndes the following 
funilies: Rand, Kldenden, Call, Newell, Hurry, Damon, Wiley, Sprague, 
Tettingell, Arnold. See AxcESTKr Tables i^.y. 

27. IX. 432. Julius Mortimer Lathrop [John P. 27. VIII. 2G9], 
horn in Bordentown, N. J., died in Alexandria, La. Residence: Dedham, 
Ma.^s. 

When the civil war broke out, Captain Lathrop enlisted in the Twenty- 
fciurth Regiment, Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry. He was appointed 
corporal, Nov. 4, 1861, and sergeant, June 1, 18G2. On Aug. 20, 1862, he 
was commissioned first lieutenant in the Thirty-eighth Regiment, Massachu- 
.'^etts Volunteer Infantry, and on Feb. 27, 1863, he was commissioned captain. 
He was in the battles of Roanoke Island and Newborn, North Carolina, 
and in the battles at Fort Bisland, Bayou Teche, and Cane River, Louisi- 
ana. On April 23, 1864, he was mortally wounded while leading a charge 
at the battle of Cane River, and died three days later.^ 

27. IX. 433. Joseph Henry Lathrop [John P. 27. VIII. 269], bora 
in Bordentown, N. J. Residence : Calumet, Mich. 

Mr. Lathrop served in the ci^"il war. He enlisted Aug. 25, 1862, as a 
private in Company D, Forty-third Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, and 
was appointed sergeant, Sept. 22, 1862. He saw service in North Carolina, 
and was mustered out July 30, 1863. He re-entered the service, and was 
commissioned as second lieutenant of the Fourth Massachusetts Cavalry, 
JaTi. 2.5, 1864; as first lieutenant, Jan. 5, 1865; and he was promoted to 
the adjutancy of the same regiment, Feb. 3, 1865. He was in the action 
hc-fore Petersburg, June, 1864, and in the operations north of the James 
River, Va. He was taken prisoner in action at High Biidge, Va., April 6, 
1>*G5. He was released April 9, 1865, by the surrender of Genei-al Lee's 
army, and was mustered out Nov. 14, 1865. On Aug. 7, 1882, he was 
i>])pointed captain and aide-de-camp on General Wales's staff". First Brigade, 
Massachusetts Volunteer Militia. He resigned March 22, 1888. He was 

' Historical Catalogue of the Dedham High School, p. 30. 



880 THE PICKEBING GEXEALOGY. 

forinerly engaged in the manufacture of fertilizers, in Boston; but, in 1804, 
he entered the employ of the Calumet & Ilecla Mining- Company. 

In 1894, lie contributed to the Dedham Historical Register a serial 
article on Dedham in the Rebellion.^ 

27. IX. 4'33. Carrie Eilith Olin, his wife, bom in Augusta, Ga. 
Mrs. Lathrop is a daughter of Judge "William Milo and ^Mary Augusta 
(Bowen) Olin. Her father was a lawyer, of Augusta, Ga. Ancestry 

TaBLKS I'jj. 

27. IX. 43.5. Herbert Kettell [Thomas P. 27. VIII. 272], bom in 
New York City. A lawyer. Residence: Passaic, X. J. 

Mr. Kettell, Columbia College, 1860, is engaged in the practice of law 
in New York City. 

27. IX. 438. Hannah Dawes Kettell [George F. 27. YIII. 273], 
born in Danbury, Conn. 

27. IX. 4'38. John Seneca Cronse, her husband, bom in Clinton, 
N. Y. Cashier of the First National Bank of Red Hook, N. Y. Resi- 
dence : Red Hook. 

Mr. Grouse is a son of John and Jane Ann (Young) Crouse. His father 
is a merchant, of Clinton. Ancestry Tables -if^. 

27. IX. 440. Caroline Kettell [George F. 27. YIII. 273], born in 
Danbury, Conn. 

21.TK..440- Henry George JBudd, her husband, born in Smyrna, 
Del. A justice of the peace and notary public. Residence : Smyrna. 

Mr. Budd is a son of William Allibone and Mary Laws (Davis) Budd, 
of Philadelphia. Akcestry Tables jf^. 

27. IX. 441. Catherine Lucretia Kettell [George F. 27. YIII. 
273], born in Madison, Conn. 

27. IX. 441- George Bi'ddle, her husband, born in Cecilton, Md. 
A farmer and fruit-grower. Residence: Cecilton. 

' Historical Catalogue of the Dedham High School, pp. 48-49. 



XINTH GEXERATIQX. 881 



Mr. Biddle graduated at Delaware College in 1855, and afterwards 
dovoted himself to the cultivation of the estate which was deeded to his 
ancestor, Thomas Biddle, in 1GS2. The old brick house on this estate was 
destroyed, and the present house was built in 180G. He was county school 
conimission.er in 18G0, and agpin in 1872, and for seven consecutive terms 
thereafter. In 1870, he was a member of the Maryland Legislature. 

He is a son of George and Frances Ann (Perkins) Biddle, of Cecilton, 
ifd. His ancestry includes the following families : Biddle, Mouned, Savin, 
Bateman, Perkin.=;, Ferguson, Kitteridge, Bradshaw, Ricaud. See Ancestry 
Tables ^^^. 

27. IX. 445. George Frederick Kettell [George F. 27. VIII. 273J, 
born in Carlsruhe, Germany. 

Mr. Kettell, H. C. 1891, studied at the Polytechnic Institute, Brookl^-n, 
N. Y., entered "Wesleyan University, and graduated in 1889. He taught 
school for a year in Worcester, Mass., and then entered Harvard College, 
receiving high honors at graduation. 

27. IX. 450. Wolstan Riclimond Brown [Annie P. 27. VIII. 
274], boi'n in Brooklyn, X. Y. A banker. Residence: Passaic, N. J. 

Mr. Brown has been connected with the banking house of his uncles in 
New York City, and is now president of the Eighth Avenue Bank, New 
York. He has been mayor of Passaic. 

27. IX. 4oO. Jennie L. Crocker, his -wife, born in Rockland, Maine. 
Ancestet Tables y'^y. 

28. IX. 456. Sarah Browne [Sally 28. VIII. 279]. 
For an account of her see page 597. 

28. IX. 4'^GK Joseph HenfieUJ, her first husband. 
His number in direct descent is [29. VIII. 290]. For an account of 
him see page 597. 

28. IX. 4'^G'. Joseph Percival Clontman, her second husband, 
probably born in Salem. A book-keeper. Residence : Salem, 

56 



882 THE PICKERING GENEALOGY. 



Mr. Cloiitman's first wife, ivlioni lie nian-ied Dec. 17, 1856, was Mrs. 
Caroline A. Ilawes, of Charlestown, ifass. 

He is a son of Jo.seph and Lydia Lambert (Richardson) Cloutman. His 
father was city clerk of Salera. William Ilichardson Cloutman [28. IX. 4o7] 
is his brother. His ancestry includes the following families: Cloutman, 
Frye, Richardson, Fuller, Tidd, Draper, Richardson, Pierson, Conver.se, 
Long, Carter, Greenleaf, Gardner, Smith, Mason, Willis, Tay, Townsend, 
Penn, Welcome, Hod.sden, Masters, Dove, Archer, Lambert, Williams, 
Skerry, :\[anning, Calley. See Axcestky Tables j'fj,. 

28. LX. 457. Ellen BroVvTie [Solly 28. VIII. 279], born in Salem. 
Residence : Salem. 

28. IX. 4-^7. William BichaMson Cloutman, her husband, bom 
in Salem, died in Salem. 

Mr. Cloutman, in his early life, spent some years in Zanzibar as agent 
for Mr. George West. From 1869 to 1878, he was collector of internal 
revenue in Charleston, S. C. 

He was a son of Joseph and Lydia Lambert (Richardson) Cloutman. 
His father was city clerk of Salem. Jose^ih Perciial Cloutman [28. IX. 
4-56-'] was his brother. For his ancestr}- see under the head of Joseph 
Percival Cloutman [28. IX. 436^], above. See Ancestry Tables if 9. 

28. IX. 159. Sarah Browne Safford [Lydia H. 28. VIIL 280], 
born in Salem. 

28. IX. 4'59. Joseph Upton, her husband, born in Salem. A 
mariner. 

Mr. Uj)t(-.n is a son of Edmund and Sally (Larrabee) Upton. Hennj 
Upton [20. IX. 2S0'] was his uncle, and Priscilla L. Upton [12. IX. 172] 
was his fust cousin. His ancestry includes the following families : Upton, 
Maber, Peirce, Larrabee. See Ancestry Tables ^f^. 

28. IX. 460. Thomas Russell Safford [Lydia H. 28. VIIL 280], 
bom in Salem. An engineer. 



NINTH GENERATION. 883 



28. IX. 4^0. JTanna/i Shea, his wife, born in Soinerville, Mass. 
Mrs. Safford is a daughter of Timothy and Mary Shea, of Methuen, 
Mass. Ancestry Tables t^j j. 

28. IX. 461. Jotm Bott Safford [Lydia H. 28. VIII. 280], bom in 
Salem. An engineer. Residence : East Somerville, Mass. 

Mr. Safford is a machinist by trade, a stationary and marine engineer. 
Ho entered the United States naval service by appointment of the Secretary 
of the Navy, May 21, 1862, and was promoted to second assistant engineer 
and acting chief engineer during the Rebellion. After the war, he was 
ordered to South America and to the coast of Africa. On his return, in 
August, 1869, he received an honorable discharge from the naval 
department. 

28. IX. 4G1^- Rosamond Clark, his first wife, born in Salem, died 
in Salem. 

Mrs. Safford was a daughter of John W. and Margaret Savage (Brown) 
Clark. Her father was a book-keeper, of Salem. Axcestky Tables o'^J" 

28. IX. 4^1^. JElIa Louisa JTans/iehl, his second wife, born in 
Nantucket, Mass. 

Mrs. Safford is a daughter of Alexander and Susan Da\ns (Christian) 
Mansfield. Her father is a paint manufacturer, of Chicago, 111. Akcestey 
Tables jf^'- 

28. IX. 462. Joseph Henfield Safford [Lydia H. 28. VIII. 280], 
bom in Salem. A manufacturer. Residence : Lawrence, Mass. 

For fifteen years Mr. Safford was the book-keeper and financial manager 
for Briggs & Allyn ; and he is now one of the partners of the Briggs & 
Allyn Manufacturing Company, of Lawrence. He served during the war 
in the Sixth Regiment of the Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, which was 
raised for three months' service, and afterwards enlisted in the same regi- 
ment for a longer service. He was assista)it store-keeper in the Capitol 
building, and superintendent of the government bakery at Alexandria, Va. 

28. IX. 4(^2. SaraJi L. Uollisteir, liis wife, born in Barnston, Pro- 
^^nce of Quebec. 



884 THE riCKERIXG GENEALOGY. 

Mrs. Safl'ord is a daugliter of Ilany and Mary Ami (Yemaus) HoUister 
ofBamstoii. lie is a miller. Ancestry Taulks j'jj. 

28. IX. 4G3. George William Safford [Lydia 11. 28. Ylll. 28u], 
bom in Snlem, died in Snleni. A book-keeper, liesidence : Salem. 
Mr. Sallbrd aerved one year in the army during- the Rebellion. 

28. IX. ^6V>. Alice Lord Pinkham, his wife, born in Salem. 
Mrs. Saftbrd is a dauj,'-hter of Isaac and Lydia (Tripp) Pinkham. He 
was a stag-e-drivcr, of Salem. Ancestry Tables ^"j. 

28. IX. 464. Sarali Ellen Ives [Lydia A. 28. VIII. 282], born in 
Salem, died in Salem, of pneumonia. 

28. IX. 4^4- William Cleveland Henderson, her husband, born 
in Salem. A salesman. Residence : Medford, Mass. 

Mr. Henderson was formei'ly engaged in the manufacture of paper 
boxes in Boston. His second wife, whom he married Sept. 8, 1875, was 
Margaret Robertson. She was bom Jan. 1, 1844, and died Dec. 15, 1886. 
By her he Lad the following children : — 

Walter Cleveland Henderson*, born in Chelsea, July 6, 1876. 
Isabel Scott Henderson, bora in Chelsea, March 9, 18S0. 

He is a .son of Samuel and Frances Howard (Brown) Plenderson. His 
father was a shoemaker, of Salem. Sarah Ellen Henderson [14. IX. 208'\ 
is his sister. His ancestry includes the following families : Henderson, 
Brown. See Ancestry Tables ^f^. 

28. IX. 4C5. Benjamin Hale Ives [Lydia A. 28. VIII. 282], born 
in Salem. A bank clerk. Residence : Salem. 

28. IX. 46'^- Sarah JEli:iaheth Safford Kirnhall, his wife, born in 
Salem. 

^Irs. Ives is a daughter of Jonathan Lord and Sarah Smith (Safford) 
Kimball. He is a cai-penter, of Salem. Her ancestry includes the following 
families: Kimball, Scott, Ilazeltine, Edwards, Lord, Wait, Lord, Wait, 
Caldwell, Choate, Varney, Proctor, Buriihara, Giddings, Lawrence, Good- 



yiXTH GEXERATIOX. 885 



hue, Watson, Hitching'S, Butler, Ingalls, Eaton, Lord, Safl'onl, Foster, Lord, 
Daland, Ilodges, Peters, Yell, Smith. See A.vcestry Tables o'|f„. 

28. IX. 468. Ann Augusta Haraden [xVndi-ew 28. VIIL 283], 
probably born in Salem. 

28. IX. 4^8. Joseph Leonard Hammond , her husband, born in 
Salem, died in Shanghai, China. A merchant. Residence: China. 

Mr. Hammond was connected for many years with the customs service 
in China. In 187G, he returned to America as one of the connnissioners in 
cliarg-e of the Chinese exhibit at the Centennial. On his return to China, 
he became engaged in business with ilessrs. Morris & Co., merchants in 
Shanghai. Mr. Hammond was a man of quiet and courteous manners, and 
always left an agreeable impression with all whom he met.' 

He was a son of Captain Joseph and Mary C. (Hammond) Hammond, 
of Salem. His ancestry includes the following families : Hammond, Ham- 
mond, Lauder, Millet, Carroll. See Axcestrt Tables -^^y- 

28. IX. 473. Andrew Haraden [Andrew 28. VIIL 283], born in 
Salem. A clerk. Residence : Ipswich, Mass. 

28. IX. 4'^3. Sarah Ann Gihneij, his wife, born in Salcra. 
Mrs. Haraden is a daughter of John and Elizabeth (Brown) Gibney. 
AvcESTRY Tables i^^-g- 

28. IX. 478. George Franklin Derby [Maiy 28. VIIL 284], born 
in Salem. A leather-splitter. Residence: Salem. 

28. IX. ..^75. JIarf/aret Blanchard Fitz, his wife, born in Pep- 
perell, ^lass. 

Mrs. Derby is a daughter of Daniel P. and Sarah Ellen (Brown) Fitz. 
He is clerk of the overseers of the poor, in Salem. Ancestry Tables i^f-g. 

28. IX. 479. Caroline Augusta Derby [Mary 28. VIIL 284], born 
in Salem, died in Danvers, Mass. 

» The Salem Gazette of Nov. 2.3, 1886. 



886 THE PICKERING GENEALOGY. 

28. IX. 4^0. Jicnjamin Endicott yewhall, lier husband, born in 
Augusta, Jfaine. A bank cashier. Residence: Danversport, Mass. 

Mr. Xewhall is a son of Benjamin Symonds and Caroline Matilda 
Newhall. AxcESTRY Tables /^^. 

28. IX. 480. "William Haraden Derby [Mary 28. VIII. 284]. A 
bank clerk. Residence : Salem. 

28. IX. 4^0. Cari'ie Elizabeth Small, his wife, born in Topsfield, 
Mass. 

Mrs. Derby is a daughter of "William Amasa and Celia .Jane (Rust) 
Small. He is a shoe-dealer, of Salem. Her ancestry includes tlie follow- 
ing families : Small, Rust, Rogers, Proctor, Bray, Ross, Ramsdcll, Wilder, 
Bradstreet. See Ancestry Tables ^'f^,- 

28. IX. 481. Joseph Warren Derby [Maiy 28. YIII. 2S4], born 
in Salem, died in Danversport, Mass., of pneumonia. A bank cashier. 
Residence : Danversport. 

Mr. Derby was much respected by his business associates for his integ- 
rity and ability. He was prominent in the Masonic fraternity in Danvers.' 

28. IX. 4^1- Sarriet Turner, his wife, born in ]^Ialden, ^lass. 

Mrs. Derby is a daughter of La Prelate Haniilton and Eniily (Hender- 
son) Txirner, of Danversport. Her father is a book-keeper. Axcestky 
Tables j'xt- 

29. IX. 483. Martha Hardy Chisholm [Lydia A. 29. VIII. 285], 
born in Salem. A music-teacher. Residence : Salem. 

29. IX. 4SS. James Hoives, her husband, born in the Island of St. 
Helena. A hair-worker. Residence : Salem. 

Jlr. Howes is a son of William and Mary (Worcester) Howes. His 
father was a sergeant-major of her Majesty's troops in the Island of St. 
Helena. Ancestry Tables ^'f^'* 

29. IX. 4S9. Charles "Warwick Palfray [Warwick 29. VIII. 291], 
born in Salem. A retired editor and publisher. Residence : Salem. 

» The Eostoa Daily Advertiser of March 13, 1889. 



NINTH GENFAiATION. 887 



Mr. Paltray, H. C. 1835, LL.B. 1838, studied law fur a time in the 
office of the lion. Leverett Saltonstall, and was admitted to the bar; but his 
father having died a few days before, lie never practised hiw. He suc- 
ceeded his father as one of the editors of tlie Salem Register, Avith which 
newspaper he continued to be connected until May 23, 1893, when it 
became consolidated with the Beverly Citizen. His father entered the 
office of the Register as a boy, became editor thereof when quite young, 
and their joint connection with it coveri?d the whole period of its existence, 
from its establishment in 1800. 

Mr. Palfray was a representative from Salem in the Legislature in 1840, 
1841, 18G4, and 1866; a member of the State Valuation Couuuittee in 
1865; collector of the customs for the district of Salem and Beverly from 
1869 to 1873, and has been a member of the Ameiican Association for the 
Advancement of Science since 1872.^ 

29. IX. 490. Mary Elizabetli Palfray [George 29. VIII. 292], 
bom in Lynn, died in Salem. 

29. IX. 4''^f7. WilUani Parrott, her first husband, born in Lynn, 
Mass., died in Lynn, of consumption. A shoemaker. Residence : Lynn. 

Mr. Parrott was a son of Nathaniel and Hannah (Swan) Parrott, of 
Lynn. Axcksxrt Tables o'^ji. 

29. IX. 400^. Walter Phillijis^ her second husband, born in Lynn, 
Mass., probably died in Lynn. 

Mr. Phillips was a son of Jacob and Betsey (Stone) Phillips. Axcestrt 
Tables 2?^.. 

29. IX. 492. Warwick Palfi^y [George 29. VIII. 202], born in 
Salem. A confectioner and caterer, of Lynn, Mass. Residence : Lynn. 

29. IX. 492. Maria Content Breed, his wife, born in Lynn, Mass. 

Mrs. Palfray is a daughter of Francis and Joanna (Pedrick) Breed. 
He was a shoemaker. Her ancestry includes the following families: 
Breed, Hood, Allen, Bassett, Pedrick. Sec Axcestrt Tables ^":f . 

• Harvard Class Book for 1835, p. 67 ; also One of a Thousand, by John C. Eand, 
which contains his likeness. 



888 THE PICKHUIXG GEXKALOGY. 

30. IX. 495. Lydia Bosson [Lydia 30-31. VIII. 293], born in 
Salem, died in Chelsea, Mass. 

Mr. and Mrs. Willis celebrated their golden wedding in 1885. 

30. IX. .^c5. Nathaniel Phillips Heives Tf'i'Z/is, her husband, bom 
in Boston. A clerk. Residence : Chelsea, Mass. 

Up to the time of his retirement, on Aug. 31, 1894, Mr. Willis had been 
for sixty- four consecutive years a clerk in one establishment. According to 
!Mr. Willis's statoiiicnt, his father started the first store devoted exclusively 
to the agricultural business niiich the world had ever known. This was 
in 1820. This business was conducted under the name of Joseph R, 
Newell, and it was in their store that he began to work. This business 
was soon after conducted by the firm of Joseph Breck & Co., and Mr. 
\Villis ever after continued with them. 

The retirement of Mr. Willis was especially noticed by the Joseph 
Breck & Sons corporation. Nearly one hundred of his business associates 
gathered in the ware-rooms of the company, where a reception was tendered 
Mr. Willis ; and, in the name of his associates, he was presented with a hand- 
some gold Avatch-chain and chnnn. As a salesman, Mr Willis clung stead- 
fastly to a high business standard, and, in his own words, " honesty, 
integrity, sagacity, enterprise, and justice are qualifications of which every 
business man should be possessed." ^ 

Mr. Willis is a son of Charles and Eliza (Eaton) Willis. His ancestry 
includes the following families : Willis, Ingalls, F.elknap, Buttolph, Baxter, 
Bailey, Ilewes, Eaton. See Avcestrt Tables 2?6- 

30. TX. 496. Cliaiies Proctor Bosson [Lydia 30-31. VIII. 293], 
born in Salem, died in New York City. A journalist. Residence : 
Boston. 

Mr. Bosson was connected for many years as a wi-iter, editor, and 
reportei- with the newspaper press of Boston. At the time of his death, 
and for some three years previous, he had been one of the editors of the 
Evening Commercial. He had also been connected with the Pilot, and 

» The Boston Daily Globe of Feb. 22, 1SS5, and the Boston Daily Herald of Sept. 
3, 1894 



XIXTH GEXERATIOK ggQ 



for several years was editor of the Herald. He was a very industrious 
nian, and in his time performed a gi-eat amount of brain work. About 
1830, he was connected with the agricultural warehouse of Mr. Banx-tt, in 
North Market Street, now owned by the Joseph Breck & Sons Corporation, 
and for a time he was editor of the New England Farmer. Subsequently, 
he became the editor of the Yankee Farmer, published at Portland, Maine, 
which was afterward removed to Boston. While deeply eng-aged in ao-ricul- 
tural pursuits, he visited France to ascertain the most approved method of 
the manufacture of sugar from beets. The results of his visit were given in 
a published treatise ; and he subsecpiently published several works of im- 
portance on the potato rot. the care of bees, and on other subjects of agricul- 
tural interest. He was a contributor to a French periodical on horticulture, 
and was an honorary member of one or more national agricultural and 
horticultural societies. The great plan and proposed work of Mr. Bosson's 
life was the publication of a " Statistical Account of the United States," simi- 
lar in character to the work of Sir John Sinclair upon Scotland. He had 
nearly completed this work when he died. He wielded a ready pen, and 
as a correspondent, reporter, or writer of editorials of a terse and vigorous 
character, he had but few equals ; while his contributions upon horticul- 
tural and agricultural topics were distinguished for unusual research and 
thorough, pi-actical knowledge. His general good nature, geniality, warm- 
heartedness, and freedom from shams procured him friends everywhere.^ 

ZQ.TK. 4O6. Elizabeth Sargent jE7o&?;s, his wife, born in Boston. 
Mrs. Bossgn is a daughter of Daniel and Sai'ah (Sargent) Hobbs, of 
Boston. AxcESTEY Tables o'iV- 

30. IX. 497. William Bosson [Lydia 30-31. VHI. 293], born in 
Salem. An upholsterer. Residence : Chelsea. 

On May 20, 1891, Mr. and ^frs. Bosson celebrated their golden wed- 
ding, it being the third golden wedding in the Bosson family within a 
year. The same lines which were Avritten for Mr. Bosson's father's golden 
wedding, by the Rev. S. F. Smith, were sung at this anniversary. 

» The Salem Register of Dec. 13, 1866. 



890 THE PICKERING GENEALOGY. 

30. IX. 4^7. Mary Bout ic ell llawkes, Lis wife, born in South 
Reading, Mass. 

Mrs. Bosson is a daugliter of Benjamin and Fannie (Sweetser) Hawkes. 
ner ancestry includLS the following families : Hawkes, Wiley, Boutwell, 
Sweetser. See Am estky Tablks jW- 

30. IX. 499. Martha Elizabeth Bosson [Lydia 30-31. VIII. 293], 
born in Boston, died in Worcester, Mass. 

30. IX. 4^9. Jictijnmin Franklin Da7n, her husband, bom m 
Shapleigh, Maine, died in Chelsea, Mass. A book-keeper. Residence: 
Chelsea. 

Mr. Dam, while waiting for the Chelsea ferry-boat, fell from the drop 
and was disowned. 

He was a son of Joseph and Sarah (Feulong) Dam, of Shapleigh, Maine. 
Ancestry Tables o'xg- 

30. IX. 500. James Winchell Bosson [Lydia 30-31. VIII. 293], 
born in Boston. An upholsterer. Residence: Baltimore, Md. 

Mr. Bosson enlisted, on the 15th of August, 18G2,in the Fifth Maryland 
Volunteer Regiment of Union Soldiers. He was twice wounded at Antie- 
tam, and after leaving the hospital was placed on detached service at 
Alexandria, Va., as chief clerk in the Second Division, and afterwards as 
record clerk at Washington, where he remained until discharged at the 
close of the war. 

30. IX. 500. Wanctj Fielding, his wife, bom in Boston. 

Mrs. Bosson is a daughter of John and Abigail (Sawtell) Fielding. 
Ancestry Tables ^^^ 

31. IX. 501. Hannah Palfray Bosson [Lydia 30-31. VIII. 293], 
born in Boston, died in Chicago, 111. 

31. IX. 601. William Williams, her husband, born in ^Marlborough, 
Mass., died in Chicago, 111. A professor of music. Residence : Chicago. 

Mr. Williams was a son of Abraham and Susan Williams, of Marl- 
borough. Ancestry Tables j'jj. 



NINTH GENERATION. 891 

31. IX. 502. George Chapman Bosson [Lydui 30-31. VIII. 293], 
born in Charlestown, Mass. An insurance agent. Residence : Reading, 
Mas.s. 

Mr. Bosson for many years resided in Chelsea, iVIass., where he was a 
well known citizen. He is a member of the firm of Reed Brothers, of 
Boston, engaged in the insurance business. 

31. IX. 502. Jennie Hood, his wife, bom in Salem. 

Mrs. Bossou's name on the family record appears as Mary Jane, but she 
is known as Jennie. 

She is a daughter of the Rev. Jacob and Sophia (Needham) Hood, of 
Lynnfield, Mass. Her ancestry includes tlie following families : Hood, 
Truesdale, Dwinell, Kimball, Scott, Gott, Friend, Tarbox, Look, Gould, 
liaker, French, Noyes, Woodman, Tarbox, Look, Edwards, Xeedham, 
Potter, Swinnerton, Symonds, Cook, Moulton, Goade, Cook, Birdsall, 
Legrove, Black, Baker, Flint, Dounton, Putnam, Prince, Upton, "Wilkins. 
See Ancestry Tables -^fo- 

31. IX. 503. Rebecca Palfray Bosson [Lydin 30-31. Vlll. 293], 
born in Boston, died in Calcutta. 

Mrs. Reed was a woman of uncommon personal beauty, and was of 
most engaging manneis. She died of Asiatic cholera, while on a voyage to 
Calcutta with her husband. She was greatly admired and beloved.' 

31. IX. 603. Henry Heed, her husband, born on a small island on the 
east coast of Denmark, died in Chelsea, Mass. A shipmaster. Residence : 
Chelsea. 

Captain Reed's name was Goldmann, he having assumed the same name 
that his older brother had adopted on coming to this country. 

His second wife, whom he man-ied .June 10, 1857, was Nancy Harding 
Cheever. She was born in Salem, July 1, 182n, beina the daughter of Ira 
and Martha (Safford) Cheever, of Salem, wlio removed to Chelsea. After 
Captain Reed's death, his widow married, Sept. 2, 18G8, Captain ^Michael 
Watson, of Chelsea. She now resides in Wellesley, Mass. 
» The Salem Gazette of June 3, 1856. 



892 THE riCKERIXG GENEALOGY. 



Captain Reed was a son of Philip and Eliza Goldmann, of Denmark. 

31. IX. 500. Beiyamin Palfray Bosson [Lydia 30-31. VIII. 293], 
born in Boston, died in Goshen, Pa. A dry goods dealer. Residence: 
Chelsea. 

31. IX. 50-5. Maria Eunice Lane, his wife, born in Milltown, 
Maine. 

She maiTied, second, Andrew L. Todd, of St. Stephens, N. B. 

Mrs. Todd is a daughter of Isaac and Onilla Greenough (Eaton) Lane, 
of Milltown, Maine. Ancestry Tables tt^j. 

31. IX. 506. Mary Proctor Bosson [Lydia 30-31. YIII. 293], born 
in Boston. 

31. IX. 506. Isaac Xewton Peabody, her husband, born in Kenne- 
bunkport, Maine. A merchant. Residence : Boston. 

Mr. Peabody is the head of the Peabody "Whitney Company, of Boston, 
importers and manufacturers. He resided for many years in Xewton, 
Mass., where he was a member of the city government, and was promi- 
nently identified with tlie Baptist Church. 

He is a son of James and Sarah (Hobbs) Peabody. His ancestry 
includes the following families : Peabody, Dorman, Kimball, Mitchell, 
Hobbs. See Ancestry Tables o'f^- 

31. IX. 507. Jonatlian Davis Bosson [Lydia 30-31. YIII. 293], 
bom in Chelsea, Mass, A dealer in woollen machinery. Residence : 
Philadelphia. 

31. IX. o07. Almena Bat/ EUis, his wife, born in Duxbury, Mass. 
Mrs. Bosson is a daughter of Sami;el and Hannah Iliggins (Small) Ellis, 
of Harwich, Mass. Ajsm estry Tables Tr^g. 

31. IX. 508. Abraham Hulen [Martha 31. VIII. 29.5], bom in Salem, 
Mass., died in Stoneham, Mass., of pericarditis. A shoemaker. Residence : 
Stoneham. 



NINTH GEXEPiATION. 893 



31. IX. 60S. Joanna liynu, his wife, Ijorn in Kerry, Ireland. 
Mrs. Hulen is a daughter of James aud Mary (Ring) Ryan. He was 
a farmer. iVNCEsrur Tables ^^• 

31. IX. 509. Caroline Matilda Walden [Xancy 31. VIII. 296], 
boni in Salem, died in Yorkville, X. Y., of paralysis of the brain. 

Shortly after their marriage, Mr. and Mrs. Huntington removed from 
Salem to Carthage, X. Y., where they lived a number of years. In 1879, 
they removed to Holland Patent, X. Y., where for eight years ]\Ir3. Hunt- 
ington was landlady of the Clarendon Hotel. From Holland Patent, they 
went to Yorkville, N. Y'., where for seven years she was landlady of the 
Lewis House in Yorkville. Mrs. Huntington was a very estimable woman.^ 

31. IX. oOO. Kimball Columbus Huntiu{/ton, her husband, born 
in Watertown, X. Y., died in Yorkville, N. Y. A currier. Residence : 
York\'ille. 

Mr. Huntington was a widower at the time of his man-iage to Miss 
"Walden. His first wife, Avhom he married in the East Indies, lived but 
three months. She is thought to have been an Englishwoman. 

He was a son of Hiram and Susan (Blanchard) Huntington, of Water- 
town, N. Y''. His father was a ship-carpenter. His ancestry includes the 
following families : Huntington, Baret, Rockwell, Capen, Lathroji, Scudder, 
"Warner, Steele, Lathrop, Ansell, Lathrop, Learned, Farrar, Hood, Gray, 
Blanchard. See Ajs-cesthy Tables ^"j. 

31. IX. 511. William Warwick Palfi-ay Walden [Xancy 31. 
VIII. 296], bom in Salem, died in Peterborough, Canada. A cunier. 

31. IX. 611. Clara Henfield BoicditcJi, his wife, probably born in 
Salem. Residence : Salem. 

Mrs. "Walden is a daughter of Thomas and Harriet (Mylod) Bowditch. 
William Henry Archer [22. IX. 3S9'\ was her first cousin, and Mary 
Reed [40. VII. 104-'^ was her first cousin once removed. Her ancestry 
includes the following families : Bowditch, Gardner, Frier, Porter, Turner, 

' Obituary in a Salem newspaper at the time of her death. 



894 THE PICKERING GENEALOGY. 

mil, Roberts, Kitclien, Saunders, WeM, Clap, Mitdielson, Bushell, Ban- 
croft, Metcalf, Eaton, KiMulall, Clark, Swain, Newhall, Potter, Farrar, 
Breeil, Farriiigton, Mansfield, Xeedluun, Williams, Collins, Stocker, Rams- 
dell, Ward, Flint, Massey, Wells, Wnrner, Derby, Hilman, Youngs, Budd, 
Mylod. See Ancestky Tables jV^* 

31. IX. 513. Eliza Palfray [Edward 31. VIII. 299], born in Salem, 
died in East Stougliton, Mass. 

31. IX. -JiJ. Clark P. Fairbanks, her husband, bom in Randolph, 
Mass. A shop-keeper. Residence : Randolph 

Mr. Fairbtmks is a son of Jason and Mehitable (Paine) Fairbanks. 
Ancestry Tables ts^jj. 

31. IX. 5U. Edward PaUa-ay [Edward 31. VIII. 299], bora in 
Salem. A dry goods dealer. Residence : Salem. 

31. IX. ol4'- Catherine F. Searl, his first wife, born in Peabody, 
Mass., died in Salem. 

i^Irs. Palfra}' was a daughter of Joseph and Nancy (Standley) Searl, of 
Peabody. llv was a tanner. Akcestry Tables a'?!'- 

31. IX. '514'- Martha Ellen Wales, his second wife, born in Bev- 
erly, Mass. 

Mr. Palfray was her second husband. 

Mrs. Palfray is a daughter of Abiel and Sarah . Ancestry 

Tables ^'jj'- 

32. IX. 518. Samuel Francis Gould [Elizabeth 32. VIII. 300], 
bom in Boston. A mannfacturer. Residence : Maiden, Mass. 

32. IX. 51S. Lois Putueif Whittier, his wife, born in Boscawen, 
N. II. 

Jlrs. Gould is a daughter of Joseph Hill and Victoria (Elkins) Whittier. 
lie was a farmer. Axcestky Tables ^'f j. 

32. IX. 522. Francis Angnstiis Felton [Sarah 32. VIII. 302], 
born in Salem, died in Salem, of consumption. A sailmaker. Residence : 
Salem. 



NINTH GENERATION. 895 



Z2.W.522. Sarah Elizabeth Church ill, his wife, born in Salem, 
died in Salem, of heart disease. 

Mrs. Felton -was a daughter of William Elmer and Sarah (Curtis) 
Churchill, of Saleni. Ancestry Tables jj^. 

32. IX. 525. Thomas Augustus Stanley [Elizabeth 32. VIII. 
303], born in Salem. 

Mr. Stanley enlisted in Company G of the Eleventh United States 
Infantry, and was probably killed during the war, as he has never been 
heard from. 

32. IX. 527. Elizabeth Perkins Stanley [Elizabeth 32. VIII. 
303], bom in Salem. 

32. IX. 527. Andrew Xichols, her husband, born in Danvers, Mass. 
A civil engineer and conveyancer. Residence : Danvers. 

Mr. Nichols has one of the most remarkable collections of heirlooms in 
New England. It consists of many portraits of his ancestors, furniture, 
books, &c., which came principall}' from the Wards, Holyokes, and Apple- 
tons, and families allied with them. 

He is a son of Dr. Andrew and Mary Holyoke (Ward) Nichols. His 
ancestry includes the following families : Nichols, Wilkins, Elliot, Nichols, 
Wilkins, Prince, Warren, Eobinson, Ward, Flint, Massey, Wells, Warner, 
Derby, Hilman, Youngs, Budd, Lander, Henderson, Holyoke, Stocktou, 
Pynchon, Eliot, Wilcox, Appleton, Everard, Glover, Hairis, Rogers, Crane, 
Denison, Dudley, Vial, Simpson, Clap, Winslow, Chilton, Hilton. See 
Ancestry Tables -^q- 

32. IX. 529. Margaret Ann Stanley [Elizabeth 32. VIII. 303], 
bom in Salem. Residence : Salem. 

32. IX. 5^5. Will ia III II. C. Beckermonn, her husband, born in 
England, died in Salem, of consumption. A clerk. Residence: Salem. 

Mr. Beckermann was a son of Johann Heinrick Ahrend and Elizabeth 
(Jacobson) Beckermann. Ancestry Tables -^^^. 

32. IX. 531. William Henry Farrington [Mary 32. VIII. 304], 
born in Salem. A shoe-laster. Residence : Salem. 



896 THE PICKERING GENEALOGY. 

32. IX. oJl. Arvilla B. Marsh ji eld, hid wife, born in "Wales, 
Maine. 

Mrs. FaiTin;;^ton is a Jaugbter of Moses and Emeline (]\riHiken) Fogg. 
AxcestryTabi.es 223. 

32. IX. 535. SaniTiel A. Foye [Susanna P. 32. VIII. 305], born in 
Salem. A currier and lobster dealer. Residence : Salem. 

32. IX. ojJ. Laura J J, JTertna)!, his wife, born in Salem. 
Mrs. Foyo is a daughter of William and ^[artlia (Griffin) Herman. 
AxcKsrKV Tallls o^ j. 

32. IX. 536. James Felton Foye [Susanna P. 32. VIII. 305], born 
in Salem. Superintendent of a horse railroad. Residence: Salem. 

32. IX. 006^. Cordelia Lee, his first wife, born in Salem, died in 
Salem, of consumption. 

Mi-s. Foye was a daughter of George and Rhoda (Clement) Lee. 
Ancestry Tables o^^x'- 

32. IX. S-JG'. Sarah Elizabeth Elliott, his second wife, born in 
South Danvers, Mass. 

Mrs. Foye is a daughter of Lewis and Elizabeth Elliott, of South 
Danvers. Axcestky Tables o'j y. 

32. IX. 537. William P. Foye [Susanna P. 32. VIII. 305], bom in 
Salem. A carpenter. Residence : Salem. 

32. IX. 537. Abb'/ Jane Leach, his wife, born in Salem. 

Mrs. Foyo is a daughter of Samuel and Sarah A. Leach. Ancestry 
Tables ^-f^. 

33. IX. 540. Thomas Franklin Hunt [Thomas 33. VIIL 306], 
born in Salem. A lawyer. Residence : Salcra. 

Mr. Hunt's father being engaged in business in China, he spent much of 
his early life in that country, and was educated there by private tutors. 
On returning permanently to Salem, he studied law with Phillips & Gillis, 
and was admitted to the bar in 1866. 



NIXTH GEXERATIOX. gg- 



So mucli of his younger days having been spent in China, he was 
greatly interested in Chinese literature and history, and in after years lie 
collected a library of upwards of six hundred volumes on these subjects, 
which he gave to the Essex Institute, when it removed to its present quar- 
ters. Many of the works are of great rarity. 

Although ]\Ir. Hunt is a man of independent fortune, he leads a very 
active life. In politics, he is a Republican, with independent tendencies; 
and though deeply interested in political matters, he has never accepted 
office. 

He is one of the original trustees of the Salem Public Library, and has 
taken an active part iu the development of that institution. For many 
years lie has been a director of the Essex Institute ; and he took a leading 
part in the movement by which the Institute came into possession of its 
wQw building, and in obtaining the funds for its purchase. He is a trustee 
of the Plumraer Farm School, and a inember of the board of government 
of the Home for Aged and Destitute "Women. 

In religion, he is connected with the Universallst Society. He is a man 
of excellent judgment, a gi-eat lover of books and of works of art, and has 
a good knowledge of music. 

33. IX. 542. Elizabeth Dodge Goodlme [Lydia C. 33. VIII. 307], 
born in Salem, died in Salem. 

33. IX. o42- Charles William Turner, her husband, born in 
Salem. Residence: Salem. 

Mr. Turner is a son of Charles W. and Hannah M. Turner. Ancestry 
Tables o-jy. 

33. IX. 543. Sarah Adams Goodliue [L}dia C. 33. VIII. 307], 
born in Salem. 

33. IX. o^S. Hi ram Austin Tttttlc, her husband, born in Boston. 
A harness-maker and carriage-trimmer. Pie>id(;nce : Salem. 

Mr. Tuttle is a son of Charles and Sarah Ann (Austin) Tuttle. His 
father was a cabinet-maker, of Boston. AxcEsxRr Tables ^^^■^. 

57 



898 THE FICKFRING GEXEALOGY. 



33. IX. 545. Martlia Susan Tucker [Lewis 33. VIII. 313], born 
in Cuniuiiiigton, Mass. 

33. IX. 54o- William Jlennj Mart, her husband, born in Boston. 
A treasurer. Residence: Boston. 

Mr. Hart is a son of Thomas S. and Elizabeth Hart, of Boston. 

Ancestry Tables o'^ j. 

33. IX. 547. Lewis Raymond Tucker [Lewis 33. VIII. 313], 
born in Boston. An officer in tlie Suffolk Savings Bank, 13oston. Resi- 
dence : Boston. 

33. IX. 547- Cora Jielle Johnson, his wife, born in Boston, died in 
Boston. 

Mrs. Tucker was a daugliter of Robert and Amanda (Symonds) John- 
son, of Boston, jVxcestkv Tables -^^y- 

33. IX. 549. Elliott Francis Smith [Xancy C. 33. VIII. 314], 
born in Salem, died in Salem, of consumption. A merchant tailor. Resi- 
dence : Salem. 

Mr. Smith was a very intelligent and ingenious man, and of great prac- 
tical ."^kill, as well as an original thinker. For many years he was an 
invalid, and found great relief in frequent visits to the Crawford House, 
in the "White Mountains. "While there he acted as a guide to visitors. 
His franiliarity with the mountains, their history and legends, made him 
a very agreeable and instructive companion. He was a man of unfailing 
cheerfulness.-' 

33. IX. 540. 3Iarij Elixaheth Ward, his wife, born in Salem, died 
in Salem, of heart disease. Residence : Salem. 

Mrs. Smith was a daughter of John and Sarah (Patterson) "Ward. Her 
ancestry inchidcs the following families: "Ward, Flint, Massey, Wells, 
Warner, Higginson, \\Tiitfield, Sheafe, Savage, Symmes, Gerrisli, Lowell, 
Ruck, Spooner, Archer, Osgood, Massey, "Wells, "Warner, Allen, Babbidge, 
Jewett, Mallison, Marston, Peirce, Becket, Sibley, Mason, Silsbee, Tonip- 

» The Salem Rfegister of Julj 17, 18S2. 



NINTH GENERATION. 899 



kins, Fowle, Paine, Ingersoll, Fclton, Coomes, Patterson, Curtis, Tozzer, 
Smith, Ellingwood, Archer, Xorris, Symond.s, Browning. See Axcestkt 
Tables ^^j. 

33. IX. 550. A"bigail Cliiirch Smith [Nancy C. 33. VIII. 314], 
boiTi in Salem, died in Salem, of Blight's disease. 

33. IX. 5-50. Andrew I>oivhi'idyc, her husband, born in Salem, died 
in Emery Mills, Maine. A mason. Residence : Emerv Mills. 

Mr. Dowbridge was formerly a resident of Salem. His second wife 
was Rachel . 

He was a son of Andrew and ilaiy Needhara (Gardner) Dowbridge. 
His father, who was bom in Italy, came to this country, and adopted the 
name of Dowbi-idge. Ancestry Tables -/f 9. 

33. IX. 552. George Chapman Smith [Xancy C. 33. VIII. 314], 
probably born in Salem. A carpenter. Residence : Salem. 

33. IX. 552. Lauraetta Cleojiatva Roles, his wife, born in Lynn, 
Mass. 

Mrs. Smith is a daughter of Samuel and Sarah Jane (Cox) Roles, of 
Lynn. Ancestry Tables -/j j. 

33. IX. 553. Benjamin Cook Smith [Xancy C. 33. VIII. 314], 
probably born in Salem. A carpenter. Residence: Salem. 

33. IX. 553^. Ellen F. Stanlc;/, his first wife. 

Mrs. Smith was a daughter of William and Sarah Stanley, of Shapleigh, 
Maino. Axckstet Tables ^'f ji. 

33. IX. 55f3^. Martha Bcnnet, his second wife. 
Ancestkt Tables o'fj'- 

33. IX. 554. Abigail Chapman Church [Abigail C. 33. VIII. 315], 
bom in Salem, died in Salem. 

33. IX. 554. Francis Clarke Batman, her husband, born in New 
Orleans, La., died in Salem. A merchant. Residence : Salem. 



900 THE nCKEFJXG GENEALOGY. 

Mr. Batman was a. sou of Tlioiuus and Nancy (Clarke) Butinan. His 
ancestry incliulos the following fauiilies: Butnian, Clarke, Gedney, Clarke, 
Funieaux, ^fansfield, Needbam, Williams, Collins, Stocker, Proctor, Thorn- 
dike, Felton, Wilson. See ^Vncestry Tables 5^55. 

33. IX. 559. Lydia Chapman Cook [Geor<^-e C. 33. VIII. 317], 
born in Salem. Residence : In the West. 

33. IX. oo9. Eben JPerley Upton, her husband, born in Roxbury, 
Mass. A g'luo manufacturer. Residence : Chicago, 111. 

Mr. Upton was a son of Daniel P. and Lydia (Noyei^) Upton. His 
ancestry includes the following families : Upton, Frost, Beckford, Pinson, 
Green, Putnam, Hutchinson, Bosworth, Putnam, Ingalls, 0.sgood, Emery, 
Webster, Martin, Putnam, Porter, llathorne, Perley, Peabody, Osgood, 
Clement, Flint, Noyes. See An-cestry Tables j'rs^- 

34. IX. 562. Kate Ware Cook [James K. 34. VIII. 318], born in 
Marblehead, ^lass. 

34. IX. oGJ. Charles Fredet'lrk JToster, lior husband, born in Bos- 
ton. Residence : Grange, 111. 

Mr. Foster is a son of Homer and ^Mary Jane (Dudley) Foster. Ancestry 
Tables -^f-^. 

34. IX. 5G3. Sarah Derby Cook [Samuel K. 34. VIII. 319], born 
in Gloucester, Mass. 

34. IX. otfJ. Georrje TT. Smith, her husband, born in Danville, 
Maine. A sailmaker. Residence: O'loucester, Mass. 

Mr. Smith is a son of Foster and Mar)" Ann (I'ierce) Smith, of Danville. 
Ancestry Tables 2^7. 

34. IX. 5G5. Thomas Franklin "Waters [Slary A. 34. VIII. 324], 
born in Salem. A minister. Residence: Ipswich, IVIass. 

Mr. Waters, H. C. 1872, Andover Theological Seminary, 1875, preached 
at Edgartown, Mass., from August, 1875, to ilarcli, 1878. He was installed 
pastor of the South Church, Ipswich, Jan. 1, 1879, and, in 1895, was still its 



NIXTH GENERATIOX. 901 



pastor. He lias written a lli.-tory of the Essex South Association of Con- 
gregational ministers from the year 1800, printed in pamphlet form, and 
has also been engaged on local historical work. 

34. IX. 565. Adeline Melville Orsii-ell, his wife, born in Edgar- 
town, Mass. 

Mrs. Waters is a daugliter of George Berbeck and Harriet Beetle 
(Marchant) Orswell, of Edgartown. He is an engineer. Axcestey 
Tables 2'^^. 

34. IX. 5GG. Charles Haven Waters [Mary A. 34. VIII. 324], 
born in Salem. A steward in tlie Massachusetts Hospital for Di})somaniacs 
and Inebriates. Eesidence : Foxborough, Mass. 

34. IX. 566. Jennie Watson Crowcll, his wife, born in Yarmouth- 
port, Mass. 

Mrs. "Waters is a daughter of Watson and Sarah (Howes) Crowell. 
He is a retired sea-captain, of Foxborough. Ancestry Tables ^^-g^. 

34. IX. 567. Henry Angnstiis Waters [Mary A. 34. YIII. 324], 
born in Salem. A hardware dealer. Eesidence : Salem. 
Mr. Waters is of the firm of Henry Hale & Co., of Salem. 

34. IX. 567. Grace .Edith Moore, his wife, born in East Boston. 
Mrs. Waters is a daughter of Edmund W. and Rosamond L. (Preble) 
Moore. Ancestry Tables tt'^-j,,- 

34. IX. 571. Mary Elizabeth Henfield [Joseph 34. YIII. 320], 
born in Wakefield, Mass. 

34. IX. 571. Luke Allen Parker, her husband, born in Springfield, 
Vt. A car inspector on the Central I'acific Railroad. Residence : 
Oakland, Cal. 

Mr. Parker is a son of Elisha Jeremiah and Azubah (Ball) Parker. His 
father was a farmer, of Springfield, Yt. Ancestry Tables ^^^. 

34. IX. 573. Henry Green Henfield [Joseph 3 t. YIII. 329], bom 
in Lynnfield, Mass. A farmer. Residence: Wakefield, Mass. 



902 TEE PICKEEIXG GEXEALOGY. 

34. IX. /)73. EU-r.(i i:Uiot, his wife, born in Miildeu, Vt. 
Mrs. Henfield is a daughter of David Elliot, of Mulden. A>cestrv 
Tables j'sx- 

34. IX. 574. Robert Sweetser Henfield [Joseph 34. VIII. 329], 
born in Lynntield, Ma.ss. Kesidence : Lynniield. 

Mr. Henfield was furnterly a shoemaker, but is now in the poultry 
business. 

34. IX. 5^?^^. EJma Jane TTe&sre**, his wife, born in Alton, X. H. 
Her fir.st husband, whom she married Sept. 18, 18G1, was Caleb 
Augustus Webster. lie died June 29, 18G3. By him she had, 

Daniel Augustus Wkbster. 

Mrs. Henfield is a daughter of Miles and Eliza (Ricker) Thurston. 
John LangdoH Thumton [34. IX. 677^ is her brother. Axcestey Tables -o'go-. 

34. IX. o7G. George Warren Henfield [Joseph 34. VIII. 329], 
born in Lynnfield, Mass. X blacksmith. Residence : Lynnfield. 

Mr. Henfield retired from his business in 1894, on account of his health. 

34. IX. o76. Mary Jane Evskine, his wife, born in Bangor, 
Maine. 

Mrs. Henfield is a daughter of James Harvey and Elizabeth Susan 
(Davis) Erskine, of Bangor. Axcestrt Tables ^^^. 

34. IX. 577. Caroline Matilda Henfield [Joseph 34. VIII. 329], 
born in Lynnfield, Mass. 

34. IX. -577. John Langdon Thurston, her husband, born in Alton 
Bay, N. H. A sale>inan. Residence : Somerville, Mass. 

Mr. Thurston is a son of Miles and Eliza (Ricker) Thurston, of Lynn- 
field, Mass. His father is a farmer. Ehna Jane Webster [34. IX. 674] is 
his sister. Axcejtrt Tabled o'g^. 

34. IX. 579. Benjamin Downing [Sally 34. YTII. 331], born in 
Lynnfield, Mass. A slioomaker. Residence: Chicago, 111, 



NINTH GENERATION. 903 



34. IX. 570. Amelia Rofjers, his wife, born in Utica, N. Y. 
Mrs. Downing is a daughter of WiUiam C. and Caroline D. Rogers. 
A>"CESTRY Tables ^'a?- 

34. IX. 580. Oliver Downing [Sally 54. VIII. 331], born in Wake- 
field, Mass. A farmer. Residence : Lynnfield, Mass. 

84. IX. oSO. Sarah JLaria Hood, his wife, bora in Topsfield, JIass. 
Mrs. Downing is a daughter of John Gould and Sarah (Brown) Ilood. 
He is a farmer, of Topsfield. An-cestey Tablks ^'g^g. 

34. IX. 582. Mary Ann Downing [Sally 34. VIII. 331], born in 
Wakefield, ilass. Residence : Topsfield, Mass. 

34. IX. o83. William Henry Skinner, her husband, born in Lynn- 
field, Mass., died in Lynnfield. A mechanic. Residence : Lynnfield. 

Mr. Skinner was a son of William and Hannah P. (Benson) Skinner. 
His father was a farmer, of Lynnfield. Axcestky Tables ^'f «■• 

34. IX. 583. Sarah Elizabeth Downing [Sally 34. VIII. 331], 
born in Wakefield, Mass., died in Topsfield, Mass. 

34. IX. 583. James Wilson, her husband, born in Dumbarton, Scot- 
land. Residence : Topsfield, Mass. 

Mr. Wilson is a son of Lawrence and Mary (Braselanc) Wilson, of 
Scotland. His father was a ship-carpenter. Ancestry Tables ^'f j. 

34. IX. 587. Ellen Maria Henfield [John 34. VIII. 333], born in 
Salem. 

34. IX. 587. Charles Warren Brooks, her husband, born in Salem. 
A druggist. Residence : Salem. 

Mr. Brooks is a son of Asa and Mary Browne (Ropes) Brooks. His 
father is a merchant, of Salem. WilUam Ihnrn Archer [22. IX. OSO'] was 
his first cousin once removed. His ancestry includes the following families: 
Brooks, Richardson, ^Mousall, Richardson, Wyman, Xutt, Johnson, "^'yman, 
Nutt, Richardson, Simonds, Gill, Ropes, Ingersoll, Felton, Dean, Flint, 
Hart, Titcomb, Browne, Bartholomew, Pickering, Flint, Frost, Searl, 
White, Shelote, Archer, Osgood, Massey, Wells, Warner, Allen, Very, 



904 THE riCKERIXG GEXEALOGY. 



Woodice, fSyuiond.s, Browniny, Kobiiison, Woodman. Seo A^-cEsTBY 

iABLES 2 ^ y. 

35. IX. 588. Maltha Elizabeth Ward [Benjamin 35. VIII. 334], 
born in Lynn, Mass. 

35. IX. uSS. M'illiuin Law, her husband, born in Lynn, Mass., died 
in Lynn. A shoemaker. Kesidence : Lynn. 

Mr. Law was a sou of Peter and J^lizubetli (Green) Law. His father 
was born on the Atlantic Ocean while his parents were coming to this 
country. An^l.^tky Tablks .,^-^. 

35. IX. .')',!(). Boi7Jainin Aiigustus Ward [Benjamin 35. VIII. 
334], born in Lynn, Mass. A real-estate and insurance agent. Eesidence: 
Lynn. 

Mr. "Ward has beci:: engaged iu building enterprises in Lyun, and has 
been very active in the local affairs of the city. In 1861, 18G9, and 1872, 
he was elected an alderman of the city ; and, in 18G7 and 18G8, he was a 
member of the Common Council. He has been nominated for Mayor, 
Essex County Commist^ioner, and Treasurer of Esses. County ; but he has 
failed of election, as Lynn is a Republican city, while Mr, Wai-d is a 
Democrat. 

35. IX. 500. Anfoinette Brown, his wife, born in Salem. 
]\rrs. Ward is a daughter of Daniel and Mary E. (Clemens) Brown, of 
Lynn, Mass. ^Vxcestry Tablf-s ^'f^. 

35. IX. 591. Gustavfis Attwill Ward [Benjamin 35. VIII. 334], 
probably born in Lynn, ^Vlass., died in the army. 

Mr. Ward, during the civil war, was a member of Company K, Twenty- 
fourth Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry. 

35. IX. 594. Jolin Dag-gett Attwill Ward [Benjamin 35. VIII. 
334], born in Lynn, 3Iass. A shoe-heeler. Residence: Lynn. 

35. IX. 6f)^. Ainjunin French, his wife, born in Salisbury, Mass. 
Jlrs. Ward is a daughter of Nicholas Pettingill and Mary (Dow) French, 
lie is a carpenter, of Salisbury, Mass. A.ncestry Tabli:s s'r j- 



NIXTIf GENERATION. 905 



35. IX. 598. Caroline Elizabeth Ward [Jauies C. 35. VIII. 337], 
bora iu Charlestown, Mass. 

35. IX. 59S. Frederick Baldwin, her liusband, born in Maiden, 
Mass. A silk dyer. Residence : Everett, Mass. 

Mr. Baldwin is a son of Jonatiian and ]\Iary (Sargent) 15akhvin. His 
father is a carpenter, of JIalden. For his ancestry and relationship, see 
under the head of his brother, Isaac Baldicln [35. VIII. ooO\ on page 611. 

See A^-CESTitY Tabli:s 5^5- 

35. IX. 590. Mary Ann Ward [James C. 35. VIII. 337], born in 
Lynn, Mass. 

35. IX. 599. Henry Perkins, her husband, born in Maiden, Mass., 
died in Maiden. A farmer. Residence : Maiden. 

Mr. Perkins was a son of Daniel Appleton and Eveline (Barrett) Perkins. 
His father was a farmer, of Maiden. Axcestry Tables ^^^j. 

35. IX. 600. James Franklin Ward [James C. 35. VIII. 337], 
born in Lynn, Mass. A shoemaker. Residence : Everett, Mass. 

35. IX. 600. Melissa Helen Horton, his wife, born in Eastham, 
Mass., died in Danvers, Mass. 

Mrs. Ward was a daughter of Henry and Abigail Knowles (Mayo) 
Horton. He was a farmer, of Dover, !Mass. Axcestry Tables o'f^. 

35. IX. 601. Emeline Brown Ward [James C. 35. VIII. 337], 
born in South Maiden, Mass. 

35. IX. 601. James Edwin Xcaller/, her husband, born in Maiden, 
Mass., died in Lynn, Mass. A shoemaker. Residence : Maiden. 

Mr. Nealley was a son of Abraham True and Mary (Mansfield) Nealley. 
His father was a shoemaker, of 3Ialden. Axcestry Tables o^^g. 

35. IX. 602. Ellen Sophia Ward [James C. 35. VIII. 337], born 
ill South Maiden, Mass., died in South Maiden. 



906 THE PICKERING GENEALOGY. 



So. IX. 003. George Edwin JSrr/rfu'iii, lierhiisliund, bom in Chelsea, 
Mass. A salesman. Residence : Everett, !JIass. 

Mr. Baldwin married, for liis second wife, Lucinda Longfellow, by whom 
he had — 

Fanxie Longfellow Bali-vtix. 

Mr. Baldwin is a son of Georg'e and Ann (Fansell) Baldwin, of Maiden. 
Isaac Baldwin [35. VIII. 330], Charles Bohhvin [35. VIII. 340], William 
Balduin [36. VIII. 341], and Frederick Bakhcin [35. IX. 60S] were his 
uncles. His ancestry includes tlie following families : Baldwin, Coley, 
Grover, Sweetser, Green, Green, Cook, Sargent, Hyllicr, Green, Buckuam, 
Knowers, Peabody, Green, Wheeler, Green, Cook, Bncknam, Worth, 
Sprague, Goffe, Chittenden, Fansell. See Ancfstry Tabi.i..s -s^^f. 

35. IX. 605. Alfred Alonzlo Baldwin [Mary A. 35. VIII. 339], 
bom in South Maiden, Mass. A merchant. Residence : Springfield, Mo. 

35. IX. 66^5. Emma Ritchie ie«c/i, liis wife, born in Southborough, 
Mass. 

Mrs. Baldwin is a daughter of James and Isabella i\Iontgomery (Ritchie) 
Leach. He is a dentist, of Balt'niore, Md. Manj Jane Leach [35. IX. GIO^] 
was her sister. Ancestry Tables /f j. 

35. IX. 606. Mary Jane Baldwin [:\Iary A. 35. VIII. 339], born 
in South Maiden, Mass. 

35. IX. 606. George Wash ington Slader, her husband, bom in 
Boston. A gas-fitter. Residence: Everett, Mass. 

^Ir. Slader is a son of George Reed and Sarah (Stubbs) Slader, of 
Brighton, Eng. Axcestky Tables o'jtj^. 

35. IX. 610. Edwin Bald\^rin [Sarah 35. VIII. 340], born in Maiden, 
Mass. A salesman. Residence : Everett, Mass. 

35. IX. 610'. Mary Jane Leach, his first wife, born in South- 
borough, Mass. 



NINTH GENERATION. 907 



Mrs. Baldwin was a dauj^^hter of James and Isabella 3Iontgomery 
(Ritchie) Leach. Emma Ritchie Leach [35. IX. G0o'\ is her sister. 
Ancestry Tables ^^i. 

35. IX. 610'. Agnes Catherine Green, hid second wife. 
]\Irs. Baldwin is a daughter of Joseph William and Catherhie (Markham) 
Green, of Cambridge, ]\Iass. A>-cestky Tables -^Tt" 

35. IX. 611. Augusttis Baldwin [Sarah 35. YIII. 340], bom in 
Maiden, Mass. Residence : Manchester, N. H. 

35. IX. 611. Anna Peirce Leivis, his wife. 

Mrs. Baldwin is a daughter of Thomas and Elizabeth Ann (Scadding) 

Lewis. AXCESTRT TabLIS t/^s^- 

36. IX. 612. William Henry Baldwin [Elizfibeth C. 36. VIII. 341], 
born in Everett, Mass., died in "Winthrop, Mass. A painter. Residence: 
"Winthrop. 

36. IX. 612^. Lucrctia Si>i)inings, his first wife. 
Ajtcestkt Table3 ^^■^>- 

36. IX. 612'. , his second wife. 

Ancestry Tables itj'- 

36. IX. 612^. Caroline Tewhshury, his third wife, born in Anna- 
polis, Nova Scotia. Residence : Winthrop, Mass. 
Mrs. Baldwin, b}' her first husband, had children. 
She is a daughter of Joseph and Lenora Banks. Ancestry Tables ^^j=. 

36. IX. 614. George James Ward [Samuel 36. VIII. 344], born 
in Chelsea, Mass. A shipping clerk. Residence : ^Maiden, ^lass. 

36. IX. 61^. Florence Adellah Clmj, his wife, born in Lowell, 
Mass. 

Mrs. Ward is a daughter of Jolm Hennowell and ]\rartha Read (S))encer) 
Clay. He is a farmer, of Ashland, X. H. Ancestry Tables ^^^j. 



908 THE nCKERIXG CEXEALOGY. 



3G. IX. CI 7. Cliai'les Lemon [Lucy A. 36. VIII. 34.5], born in 
Bostnii. A I'onti-ictor and builder. Residence : Washington, D. C. 

3G. IX. G17- Luui-isa Miles, his wife, bom in Rocliester, N. Y., prob- 
ably died in Wasliington, D. C. 

Mrs. Lemon was a daughter of William and Catharine (Emmert) ililes. 
AxcKSTKY Tables ^'^f. 

3G. IX. 61?. Sarah i^am Lemon [Lucy A. 36. VIII. 345], bom in 
Baltimore, Md. 

36. IX. ^^yi*. WiUiani l'ra)tk J*>'«<e?('e, her husband, born in Worces- 
ter County, ^Id. A shoemaker. Residence: Washington, I). C. 

Mr. Pruette is a son of William and Nancy (Benston) Pniette. His 
father was a fi^rmer, of Worcester County, Md. Axcestsy Tables ^^'j y. 

36. IX. 621. Jean McZelvie Lemon [Lucy A. 3C. VIII. 345J, born 
in Washington, 1). C. 

36. IX. GJ7. JVilUam ITenry Harrison JToover, her husband, born 
in Washington, D. C. A food-inspector. Residence : Washington. 

INIr. Hoover, during tlv; late war, enlisted, April 10, 1861, in Company 
A, Fourth Battalion, District of Columbia Volunteer Infantry, it being the 
first company mustered into the United States service during the Rebellion. 
Later, he was appointed first lieutenant of Company K, Second Regiment 
of the District of Columbia Militia, but was not called out into active 
service. He was appointed by ]\Iayor Wallack to supervise and coirect 
the enrolment of the District of Columbia troops under the provost- 
marshal's office. 

ilr. Hoover is a son of Saniuel and Lydia Ann (Hubbard) Hoover, of 
Wa.shington. Ilis ancestry includes the following faniilios : Hoover, Zell, 
Hubbard. Axckstkv Tables o^-j-j. 

3G. IX. 622. William Henry Lemon [Lucy A. 30. VIII. 345], 
born in Washington, D. C. A clerk in the United States Treasury 
Department. Residence : Washington. 



NINTH GENERATION. 909 



3G. IX. 622. At'abvUa WavwivJ;. liis uifc, born in Washington, D. C. 
Mrs. Lemon is a daughter ot' John nonry and Elizabeth Ann (Golden) 
Warwick. Ancestry Tables ^'gg. 

36. IX. 623. Frances Louisa Lemon [Liicy A. 36. VIII. 345], born 
in Washington, D. C. 

ZQ.T^.623. William Henri/ /S/ie?wt*'<', her husband, born in IVront- 
gomery County, Pa. Chief clerk in the United States Pension Office. 
Residence : Philadelphia. 

Mr. Shelmiro is a son of Major John Homer and Eliza (Woolsev) 
Shelmire, of Philadelphia. Ancestry Tables ^'fir- 

36. IX. 624. Mary Virginia Lemon [Lucy A. 36. VIII. 34.5], born 
in Washington, D. C. 

36. IX. 634- Alonzo BeU, her husband, born in New York City. 
Residence : Xew York City. 

Mr. Bell formerly resided in Washington, and was Assistant Secretary of 
the Interior during President Grant's administration. He has been a mem- 
ber of the New York State Legislature. 

Mr. Bell is a son of Thaddeus and Eleanor (Youmans) Bell. His father 
■was a stone-cutter, of New York City. Ancestry Tables ^f^. 

36. IX. 626. Martha Washington Lemon [Lucy A. 36. VIII. 
345], born in Washington, D. C. 

36. IX. 626. Charles William Schneider, her husband, born in 
New York City. Issue Clerk in the Secretary's Office, Department of the 
Interior of the United States. Residence : Washington, D. C. 

Mr. Schneider is a son of ^Michael and Elizabeth (Swindell) Schneider, 
of Albany, N. Y. Ancestry Tables /f j. 

37. IX. 628. Sarah Elizabeth Low [Sarah H. 37. VIII. 346], 
born in Boston. 

37. IX. 62S. Lorenzo Ahner Maynard, her husband, born in 
Shrewsbury, Mass. A tailor. Residence : Boston. 



910 THE PICKERIXG GENEALOGY. 

Mr. Maynard's first wife was Elizabetli L. Joiu r, by ulioin he had no 
children. Ilis second wile was Sarali C. Wilson, by whom he had three 
children. 

He is a son of Abner and Hannah (Hall) ]\[a)-nard, of Shrewsbury, 
Mass. His ancestry includes the following families: Maynard, Hall, Green, 
Willis, Tay, Newell, Ward. See Axcestrt Tables ^'^j. 

37. IX. 629. Martha Jaue Low [Sarah H. 37. VHI. 346], born in 
]Joston. 

37. IX. G29. George Arnold, her husband, bora in Milton Abbey, 
Dorsetshire, Eng. A clerk. 

Mr. Arnold is a son of Geoi'ge B. and Hannah Aniold. Ancestry 
Tables j'f^. 

37. IX. 632. Lucy Lessette Low [Sarah H. 37. VIII. 346], born 
in Boston. 

37. IX. 633. George Warren Wise, her husband, born in Boston. 
A merchant. Residence : Boston. 

Mr. Wise is a son of William Mason and Julia (Ilood) Wise. Axcestey 
Tables /^^• 

37. IX. 637. Alice RelDecca Hiltz [Martha D. 37. VIII. 348], born 
in Washington, D. C. 

37. IX. 637. WilUtrd A. JTerritt, her husband, born in New York 
City. A decorator. Residence : Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Mr. Merritt is a son of Abram and Rebecca (Lewis) Merritt. His father 
was a clothing-cutter, of Brooklyn. Axcestet Tables -^^ff. 

37. IX. 640. Mary Ellen Ward [John H. 37. VIII. 349], bom in 
Lynn, Mass. 

37. IX. 640. WilUam Wallace Parher, her husband, born in 
Clementsport, Nova Scotia. A cordwainer. Residence : Philadelphia. 

Mr. Parker is a son of Gilbert and Margaret (Roop) Parker. Ancestky 
Tables ^^j. 



XIXTE GEXERATIOX. 911 



37. IX. G42. Ada Maria Ward [John H. 37. VIII. 349], probably 
born in Lynn, Mass. 

37. IX. 642. Charles liussell Adams, her husband, born in Maiden, 
Mass., died in Everett, Mass., of consumption. A morocco-dresser. 

Mr. Adams was a son of Charles and Mary Ann (Russell) Adams. 
A-vcKSTET Tables t^j. 

37. IX. 643. Mary Aim Gale Ricliards [Mary A. 37. VIII. 350]. 

37. IX. 64-3. Henry Martin liohiiison, her husband, born in Bos- 
ton. A painter. 

Mr. Robinson is a son of Henry M. and Susan M. Robinson. Ancestky 
Tables ^f .j. 

37. IX. 645. Deborah. Rich.ards Arrington [Mary A. 37. VIII. 
350], born in Salem. 

37. IX. 64-5. Charles Hilton Allen, her husband, born in Beverly, 
Mass. An eng-raver. Residence : Providence, R, I. 

Mr. Allen is a son of Nathaniel Prince and Mehitabel (Russell) Allen. 
His father was a blacksmith, of Beverly. A>.-cestrt Tables ^^■^. 

37. IX. 646. Lydia Ward Arrington [Mary A. 37. VIII. 350], 
born in Salem. 

37. IX. 646. William Henry Varneij, her husband, born in Bos- 
cawen, N. II., probably died in Salem. A salesman. Residence : Salem. 

Jlr. Varney is a son of Stephen and Hannah (Carter) Vamey. 
Ancestry Tables s^f-g- 

37. IX. 649. SaUy Ward Arrington [Mary A. 37. VIll. 350], pro- 
bably born in Salem. 

37. IX. 649. George Augustus Newhall, her husband, born in 
Salem. Residence : Salem. 

Mr. Newhall is a son of John F. and Maria H, (Winn) Newhall. 
Ancestry Tables j^j. 



912 THE riCKEETXa flEXEALOGY. 

37. IX. Gf.l. Helen Marr Arrington [Mary A. 37. VIII. 350], pro- 
bably born in Salem. 

37. IX. Gdl. Fred I'rothingham, her husband, born in Lynn, Mass. 
A clerk. Residence : Lynn. 

Jlr. Frotlilngliam is a son of Thomas and Mary L. (Lindsay) Frothing- 
ham. AxcESTRY Tables 35^- 

37. IX. G:)2. Lydia Ward Scagell [Elijah 37. VIII. 351], bom in 
Portland, Maine. 

37. IX. 6o2. Geov<je TFashrnf/fov Heed, her Imsband, born in Port- 
land, Maine. An editor and proprietor of the Daily Journal. Residence : 
Topeka, Kansas. 

Mr. Reed represented Chicago in the Illinois Legislature in 1876 and 
1877. 

He is a sou of Joseph and Hannah S. (Carpenter) Reed. His father is 
a justice of the peace and an insurance agent, of Portland, Maine. 
Ancestry T.ables ^-g-g- 

37. IX. 653. Annali Elizabeth Scagell [Elijah 37. VIII. 351]. 

37. IX. 600. Lewis Henry Eagles, her husband, born in Xova 
Scotia. 

Mr. Eagles is a son of Stephen and Eliza Eagles. Ancestry Tables j'fy. 

38. IX. 6.^4. JoslAia Carney Goodale [Joshua S. 38. VIII. 352], 
born in Salem. A jeweller and optician. Residence : Aurora, 111. 

38. IX. Go4- Lida A. Xolton, his wife, born in Clarington, Pa. 
^Irs. Goodale is a daughtC'r of John L. and Harriet Abby (Teny) Xol- 
ton. He is a lumberman, of Clarington, Pa. Ancestry Tables sf-^- 

38. IX. 657. Rebecca Page Goodale [Joshua S. 38. VIII. 352], 
born in Salem. 

38. IX. Go7. James Andrew PJicIps, her husband, bom in Troy, 
N. Y. An accountant. Residence : Detroit, Mich. 



XIXTH GENERATION. 913 



Mr. Phcljis is a son of James Daniel and Athalinila (Wriglit) Pliclps. 
Ancestry Tables ^'Jy. 

38. IX. 6.58. Mary Eliza Cormerais [.Mary II. 38. VIII. 355], 
bom in Boston. 

38. IX. ^Jc9. Hcirrison Auf/nstiis lioi/ce, her husband, born in 
Newton, Mass. Residence: Boston. 

Mr. Royce is a son of Augustus E. and Elizabeth (Taylor) Royce, of 
Boston. AxcEsxr.T TARLf;s y'lj- 

38. IX. 661. Clara Sarah Cormerais [Mary H. 38. VIII. 355], 
born in New Orleans, La., died in Newton, Mass. 

38. IX. 661. Fra)ici.s Tappan Kimball, her husband, born in Bos- 
ton. Residence: Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Mr. Kimball spent two years in the scientific department of Dartmouth 
College. His second wife, whom he married March 8, 1888, was Susie 
Belle Williams. She was born in Brooklyn, N. Y., Aug. 6, 1861. She is 
a daughter of DaA-id and Sarah (Ilai'riman) Williams. Her father is a 
lawyer of Brooklyn. By her he has the following children : — 

Ruth Cormerais KnrBALi,, boru Oct. 3, 1889. 
Mildred Williams Kimball, born July 22, 1S91. 

Mr. Kimball is a son of James William and Mary Salisbury (Tappan) 
Kimball. His father was a retired Boston merchant. Martha Salisbury 
Hlgginson [44. VII. 217-'] Avas his first cousin once removed. His ancestry 
includes the following families : Kimball, Scott, Hazeltine, Chadwick, Kim- 
ball, Scott, Smith, Pemberton, Tenney, Kimball, Scott, Smith, Pemberton, 
Tenney, Day, Kimball, Scott, Hazeltine, Day, Pingree, Hazon, Harriman, 
Hazeltine, Tappan, Taylor, Batt, Wiggleswortl!, Mudge, Marsh, Cutter, 
Emerson, Grant, Moody, Cutting, Little, Coflin, Thember, Stevens, Green- 
leaf, Homes, Craighead, Franklin, Folger, Gibbs, ^Forrill, Dawes, ^lills. Bum- 
stead, Story, Salisbury, Williams, Saunders, Munjoy, Elbridge, Sewall, 
Hunt, Duramer, Archer, Hull, Quincy, Pares, Walley, Quincy, Pares, 

58 



914 THE nCKERIXG GEXEALOGY. 

Gookin, Bird, Dolling, Flynt, Hoar, ITiiicksman, Willet, Brown, Wendell, 
Du Tricux, Staats, Jochemse, Do Key, Van Briigli, Jans. See Ancestry 
Tables j'l'f. 

38. IX. 663. Nathan Green Lamson [Tobias L. P. 38. VIII. 360], 
born in Lowell, Mas3. A treasm-er of a savings bank. Residence: 
Lowell. 

38. IX. 603. FAlcn JIaijiiard Fay, his wife, born in Medford, Mass. 
Mrs. Lamson is a daughter of Edward Warren and Charlotte (Kidder) 
Fay. He was a journalist. Axcestky Tablk.s ^'f j. 

38. IX. 664. Alfred Goodale Lamson [Tobias L. P. 38. VIII. 
360], born in Lowell, jMass. A lawyer. Residence: Lowell. 

Mr. Lamson, II. C. 1809, studied law, was admitted to the bar June 18, 
1872, and practises in Lowell. He is one of the standing examiners for 
Middlesex County for examination of candidates for admission to the bar. 

38. IX. 6Go. Annie Goodale Cross [Anna G. 38. VIII. 361], born 
in Xew'ton, Mass. 

38. IX. 665. Charles William Morse, her husband, born in Grafton, 
Mass. A watchmaker. Residence : Brookliue, Mass. 

Mr. Morse is a son of Willurd Aldrich and Susan Ellen (Hall) ]\Iorse, of 
Brookline. Ilis ancestry includes the following families : Morse, Hall, 
Capen, Barsliam, Ockington, Mason, Brown, Chcnc}^, Prentice, Stanton, 
Jackson, Wilson, King, Goldthwait, Wakefield, Green, Wiswall, Jackson, 
Cheney, Fuller, Jackson, Baker, Gale, Fiske, Woodward, Hammond, 
Robbins, Greeley, Stone. See Axcestkt Tables ^^jj. 

38.- IX. 6G7. Mary Elizabetli Lamson [Xathan P. 38. VIIL 363], 
born in Boston. 

3^^. IX. GG7. Francis Head Jewett, her husband, born in Richmond, 
Va. A bank officer. Residence : Boston. 

Mr. Jewett is a son of Humphrey Paul and Lucy Noyes (Gushing) 
Jewett, of Boston. His father is an accountant. His ancestry includes the 



mXTH GEXERATIOX. 915 



fiillowing- familic's : Jewett, Payson, Richards, Pearson, Freiicli, Jewett, 
Kimball, Lon;^ffllow, Sewall, Hunt, Dunuuer, Archer, Thompson, Slicpard, 
C'li.sliing. See Ancestkv Taelf.> jYi- 

38. IX. 6G9. Anna Goodale Lamson [Nathan P. 38. YIII. 363], 
born in "West l-Joxbury, ^lass. 

38. IX. (76'.9. Tredet'ich' Joy SmitJi, her husband, born in Conway, 
Mass. A furniture-dealer. Pesidonce: Maiden, Mas>!. 

Mr. Smith is a son of Lucius and Maryett Ta}-lor (Joy) Smith. 
A-vci:sTRY Tables 3x5^- 

38. IX. 671. Joseph Hardy Tovnie [Joseph H. 38. VIII. 36.5], 
born in Boston, probably died in Hartford, Conn. Auditor of the Hartford 
Express Company. Kesidence : Hartford. 

Mr. Towne's name was originally Joseph Henry, but it was changed by 
an act of the Massachusetts Legislature to Joseph Hardy. 

38. IX. G71\ JIary E. Young, his first wife. 
AxcESTRT Tables -jjei. 

38. IX. 671^. Isahellc Wheeler, his second wife, born in Hartford, 
Conn. 

Mrs. Towne is a daughter of Arthur and Lucinda (Pitkin) Pendleton. 
He was a wholesale fruit-dealer, of Hartford. Ancestuv Tables -^ye'- 

38. IX. 672. Josliua Goodale Towne [Joseph IL 38. YIII. 365], 
born in Chelsea, Mass. A book-keeper. Residence : Salem. 

ilr. Towne was formerly superintendent of the American Express 
Company, of Boston. 

38. IX. 672\ Alice Gray Emery, his first wife, born in i\rilwaukee, 
Wis., died in Milwaukee. 

Mrs. Towne was a daughter of Edward aud Margaret (Gra}) Emery. 
Akcestry Tables jfyi. 

38. IX. 673\ Xellie Jloward Holland, his second wife, bom in 
Portland, Maine. 



916 THE PICKERING GENEALOGY. 

Mrs. Towne is a daugliter of Charles Henry and Margaret (Hutchins) 
Holland. He was a brass finisher, of Portland. ANctsTRir Tablks ^'fy.. 

38. IX. GTS. George TowTie Baker [Mary A. 38. VHI. 366], born 
in Providence, R. I. A grain-dealer. Residence: liarrington, R. I. 

38. IX. 678. Harriet Chace Wightman, his wife, born in Barring- 
ton, R. I. 

Mrs. Baker is a daughter of George William and Lydia Bosworth 
(Smith) Wightman. He is an overseer of the poor, of Providence, R. I. 
Ancestry Talles ^y^. 

38. IX. 679. Nathan Hale Baker [Mary A. 38. VIII. 366], born 
in Providence, R. I. A treasurer. Residence : Providence. 

38. IX. 679. Frances EUaaheth Bead, his wife, born in Providence, 
R.I. 

Mrs. Baker is a daughter of Orin Aldy and Ellen (Slater) Read, of 
Providence. Ancestry Tables 5™^. 

38. IX. G87. William de Yongli Field [Elizabetli S. 38. VIII. 369], 
born in Boston. Residence : Weston, Mass. 

38. IX. 687. Bertha Farnham Williams, his wife, born in Rox- 
bury, Mass 

Mrs. Field is a daughter of Aaroii DaA-is and Susan Burnap (Farnham) 
Williams, of Roxbury, Mass. Her ancestry includes the following families : 
Williams, Stalham, Wise, Thompson, Davis, Kinsman, Ton-ey, Smith, 
AYilliams, Stalham, Park, May, Brewer, Weld, Bowen, Faxon, Thayer, 
Davis, Wliite, Perrin, Walker, Ide, Bugbee, Pitcher, Hall, Rice, Brown, 
Bisbee, Williams, Stalluuu, Wise, Thompson, White, Farnham. See 
Ancestry Tables ^-?X' 

39. IX. 688. Richard Sears Matthews [Anna G. 39. VIII. 374], 
born in Salem. A book-keeper. Residence : Maiden, Mass. 

39. IX. 688. Maria Elinaheth Rice, his wife, born in Ellsworth, 
Maine. 



yixTH generation: 917 



Mrs. Matthews is a daugliter of Joseph Stearns and Ehzabeth Pike 
(Langdon) Rice. lie is a lawyer. Axcksxrv Tables ^'^^. 

39. IX. 691. Caroline E. Warner [WilHam 39. VIII. 375], born 
in Salem. 

39. IX. 601. Sidney Mnvsholl Pavlicr, her husband, born in Keene, 
N. H. An insurance agent. Residence : White Oaks, Now Mexico. 

He is a son of Marshall William and Jennie 0. (Barnes) Parker. 
AxcHSTRY Tables ^'|^j. 

39. IX. 693. Frank Austin Gooch [Joshua G. 39. VIII. 383], 
born in Watertown, Mass. A cheinist. Residence: New Haven, Conn. 

Professor Gooch, H. C. 1872, Ph. D. 1877, was an assistant in the 
chemical laboratory of Harvard College until 187.5. He was an expert 
special agent (chemist) of the Tenth United States Census from 1879 to 
1881 ; chief chemist of the Xonliern Transcontinental Survey from 1881 to 
1884 ; and assistant chemist of the United States Geological Survey from 
1884 to 1886. Since the last date, he has been professor of chemistry in 
Yale College in charge of the Kent Chemical Laboratory. He is a mem- 
ber of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, and of other scientific 
societies. His contributions to chemical literature, though few in number, 
have been of great value.^ 

39. IX. 693. Sarah Elizabeth Wyman, his wife, born in Arlington, 
Mass. 

Mrs. Gooch is a daughter of John Palmer and Margaret (Richardson) 
Wyman. He, II. C. 1842, is a retired business man, of Arlington. Samuel 
Edwin Wyman [.-)9. IX. G04'\ is her brother. Her ancestry includes the 
following families : Wyman, Nutt, Johnson, Ross, Holman, Reed, Pierce, 
Johnson, Wiswell, Converse, Frost, Palmer, Gammage, I'omis, Harrington, 
Livermore, Bridge, Danforth, Warren, Barron, Brown, Slinttuok, Whitney, 
Jones, Richardson, Champnoy, Swan, Pratt, Swan, Palfray, Holden, Fosdick, 
Chenery, Stratton, Traine, AVatcrs. See Ancfstry Tables ■^^-^. 

* Harvard College Class Book, 1872, p. 17 ; also Appleton's Cjclopccdia of American 
Biography, Vol. II. p. C77. 



918 THE nCKERIXG GENEALOGY. 

30. IX. 694. Annie Goodale Goocli [Juihua G. 39. YIII. 383], 
born in Watertown, Mass. 

39. IX. 6'J4- Samuel Edwin Wyman, her husband, born in Arling- 
ton, Mass. A physician. Residence : Cambridge, Mass. 

Dr. Wyman, H. C. 1874, M.D. 1879, practises in Cambridge. 

He is a son of John Pahuer and Margaret (Kichardson) Wyman. Sarah 
Elizabeth Wyman [39. IX. G93'\ is liis sister. For liis ancestry see under 
her head, on page 017. See Ancestky Tables j.^^. 

39. IX. CD5. Arthur G-oocli Stone [Maria M. 39. YIII. 387], born 
in New York City. A builder. Residence : Brooklyn, N. Y. 

39. IX. ^£?J. CoDiclia Carolhie TFt7i/rt»» a, his wife, born in Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. 

Mrs. Stone is a daughter of David and Sarah Harriman (Gile) Williams. 
AxcESTRT Tables -j^^^,- 

39. IX. 609. William Dana Goocli [Nathan G. 39. YIII. 388], 
bom in Cambridge, ^fnss. A bank clerk. Residence : Cambridge. 

39. IX. 609. Mai'tj Antoinette Pease, his wife, born in Quincy, 111. 
Mrs. Gooch is a daughter of Nathaniel and Caroline 31aria (Stone) 
Pease. He is a capitalist, of Quincy. Axcestey Tables ^^^-g^,,. 

39. IX. 701. Mary Caroline Carnes [Mary 39. YIII. 398], pro- 
bably born in Salem. 

39. IX. 701. John T. dishing, her husband, born in Beverly, 
Mass. 

Mr. Cushing is a son of John T. and Lucy Cushing, of Beverly. 

AxcESTKV Tat;i.es ^'i 6* 

40. IX. 704. Arthur Wells Dowst [Justin ^l. 40. YIII. 402], born 
in Salem. A shoe-cutter and salesman. Residence : Salem. 

40. IX. 704- Winifred Dodf/e, his wife, born in Danvers, ]Mass. 
!Mrs. Dowst is a daughter of William and Rachel (Lowell) Dodge. 
Ancestry Tables a'-jf • 



XIXTIf OKNERATIOX. 919 



40. IX. 705. Aiinah Augusta Dowst [Uavid B. 40. VIII. 403], 
born in Saloiii. 

40. IX. 705. John W. Hay, liei- husband, born in Salem. xV railroad 
fireman. Residence : Salem, afterward.s Gardiner Corner, Sheldon, S. C. 
He is a son of Jeremiah and Mary Jane Ray. Ancestry Tablks j-'.^ g. 

40. IX. 710. Nellie Perkins Dowst [David B. 40. VIII. 403], bom 
in Salem. 

40. IX. 710. WiUiuin Jones Trradwell, her husband, born in Pea- 
bodv, Mass. A provision dealer. Residence : Salem. 

Mr. Treadwell is a son of Charles Thomas and Hannah Augusta (Rand) 
Treadwell. Axcestry Tables s^^j,- 

40. IX. 719. Franklin Wallace Williamson [Lydia A. 40. VIII. 
406], born iu Salem, A plumber. Residence : Beverly, Mass. 

40. IX. 719. Carrie Austin, his wife, born in Salem. 

Mrs. "Williamson is a daughter of Richard H. and Elizabeth (Hall) 
Austin, of Salem. 3Iary EUeii Rail [40. VIII. 403'] is her aunt, and William 
Henri/ IIoU [40. VIII. 404] "^^'^^ ^^^' uncle. Ancestry Tables -s^f-^- 

40. IX. 728. Walter Scott Clark [Lucy A. 40. VIII. 412], born in 
Waukegan, 111. A clerk. Residence: Cliicago, 111. 

40. IX. 7.2S. Sarah Lydia Underwood, his wife, born in Toronto, 
Canada. 

Mrs. Clark is a daughter of Thomas and Sarah Lydia (Hedge) Under- 
wood. He is a florist, of Liullow, Ky. Ancestry Tables -^^j. 

40. IX. 734. William Oliver Chapman [John 0. 40. VIII. 414], 
bom in Salem. A bank cashier. Residence : Salem. 

Mr. Chapman has been a member of the Salem City Council, treasurer 
of the Essex Institute, and treasurer of the Independent Congregational 
Church, Salem. 



.! 'iO 



920 THE r/CKA'RlXG GENEALOGY. 



40. IX. 734- Ji-'ssie Stanton Dyer, his wife, born in South Braintree, 
Mass. 

!Mrs. Chapman is a daiiiihter of Benjamin Franklin and Mary Jane 
(!MansfieItl) Dyer, of South Braintree. He is of the firm of Dyer, Rice, & 
Co., of Boston. .VxcFSTRY Tables j'jyi- 

40. IX. 735. Alice Boynton Chapman [George R. 40. YIII. 415], 
born in Salem. 

40. IX. 735. Henry Griswohl Piitte)i, her husband, born in Need- 
ham, Mass. A bank clerk. Residence : Boston. 

Mr. Patten is a son of Claudius Buchanan and Mary Damon (Perkins) 
Patten. An-cestry Tables ^'jj. 

41. IX. 738. Charles Henry Ropes [Benjamin G. 41. VIII. 420], 
born in New York City. A retired lawyer. Residence : New York City. 

Mr. Ropes studied law, and was admitted to the bar. He practised his 
profession until 1890, when he retired on account of the large personal 
business interests which required his close attention. 

41. IX. 73S. Jennie Louise Hale, his wife, born in IMilwaukee, Wis. 
Mrs. Ropes is a daughter of the Hon. Ozro J. and Amelia (Diefendorf) 
Hale. He is a retired merchant, of ^lilwaukee. Ancestry Tables ^'fj. 

41. IX. 740. Marie Antoinette Ropes [Benjamin G. 41. YIII. 
420], born in New York City. 

41. IX. 740. James Bnshmore Wood Quintard, her husband, 
born in New York City. A stock-broker. Residence : Port Chester, N. Y. 

Mr. Quintard is a son of George William and Frances Elizabeth 
(Morgan) Quintard. His father is connected with iron works in New 
York City. Ancestry Tables yj j,. 

41. IX. 741. Helen Lonise Ropes [Benjamin G. 41. YIII. 420], 
born in New York City. 

41. IX. 741. FvanL- Tinyne House, her husband, born in Fort 
Plain, N. Y. Dry goods commission business. Residence : Port Chester. 
N. Y. 



NINTH GKNEBAITON. 921 

Mr. House is ;i son of James Bellenger ami Anna ^Maria (Tingiie) House. 
His father is a mercliant, of Little Falls, N. Y. ^Wcestry Tables j'^^j,,. 

41. IX. 753. Frances Amelia Dimon [Amelia 41. VIII, 423], born 
in Fairfield, Conn., died in New York City. 

The New Orleans Picayune of March 1, 1894, in an obituary notice of 
Mrs. Beers, calls her the Florence Nightingale of America. It speaks of 
her as a philanthropist, and of her four }-ears of service on the battlefields 
and in the hospitals of the South during the civil war. It states that she 
made no distinction on the field, the blue and the gray alike feeling the 
magnetism of her cheering words and gentle hands. It also calls her a 
good writer, and states that she published a volume called "Memories," 
which afibrded her support while she lived. 

41. IX. 733. Jonat/icDi Sturges Beers, her husband, born in 
Augusta, Ga. Residence : Dallas County, Ala. 

Mr. Beers attended both Williams and Yale Colleges. He served four 
years in the army of the Confederate States. 

AxczsTRT Tables -jjf- 

41. IX. 754. Benjamin Ropes Dimon [Amelia 41. VIII. 423], 
born in Salem, died in Mobile, Ala. A clerk. Kesidence: Fairfield, Conn. 

Mr. Dimon 'was a captain of United States Volunteers in the years 
1862, 1863, and 1864. 

41. IX. 754. Elizabeth Sloan Hauflih his wife. 

Mrs. Dimon's second husband is the Rev. Mr. Van Dorens, of Cleveland, 
Ohio. 

She is a daughter of Parker and (Sloan) Handy. He is a 

banker, of Ne\\' York City. Ancestry Tables -^^-^. 

41. IX. 756. Charles Aiignsttis Ropes Dimon [Amelia 41. VIII. 
423], born in Fairfield, Conn. A manufacturer. Residence: Lowell, Mass. 

General Dimon served with distinction dui-ing the civil war. He is a 
member of the Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States. 
His military record is as follows: Private, Eighth Infantry, Massachusetts 



922 THE PICKKRIXG GEXEALOGY. 

Voluiitoer Militia, in the service of the United States, Apnl 17, 1861 ; 
mustered out, Aug. 1, 1861 ; first lieutenant and adjutant, Thirtieth Massa- 
chusetts Infantry, Feb. 20, 1862 ; major, Second Louisiana Infantry, United 
States Volunteers, Oct. 20, 1862 ; lieutenant-colonel, First United States 
Volunteers, March 8, 1864; promoted colonel, March 12, ]>:C4; mustered 
out, Nov. 27, 1865; brevet brigadier-general, United Stntes Volunteers, 
March 13, 1865, "for gallant and meritorious services at Port Hudson, La., 
and in Indian Department."^ 

41. IX. 756. Kate Thoinj}Son, his wife, born in Fairfield, Conn. 
Mrs. Dimon is a daughter of James Burnett and Phoebe Steen (^lerritt) 
Thompson. He is a merchant, of Fairfield. Ancestry Tables -^^-q. 

41. IX. 757. Edv^ard Wilkins Ropes [Reuben W. 41. VIII. 424], 
born in Brooklyn, N. Y. A merchant. Residence : New York City. 

41. IX. 757. Anna Anna Costello, his wife, born in New York 
City. 

Mrs. Ropes is a daughter of P. C and Lena (Goodyear) Costello, of 
New York City. Ancestry Tables ^^f-Q,. 

41. IX. 758. Fanny Ropes [Reuben W. 41. VIII. 424], born in 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

41. IX. 75(5. George JR. JT. T/<or?j, her husband. A man of leisure. 
Residence : New Yoi-k City. 

Mr. Thorn is a son of W. R. Thorn, a merchant. Grace Thorn [41. IX. 
7off\ is his sister. Ancestry Tables j^^„. 

41. IX. 759. William Ropes [Reuben W. 41. VIII. 424], born in 
Brooklyn, N. Y. A man of leisure. Residence : New York City. 
Mr. Ropes graduated at Harvard College in 1888. 

41. IX. 759. Grace Thorn, his wife. 

Mrs. Ropes is a daughter of W. R. Thorn. George B. H. Thorn [41. 
IX. 7581 is her brother. Ancestry Tables j'^^,,,- 

' Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States, Register of the Com- 
mandery of the State of Massachusetts, p. 48. 



NINTH GENEEATION. 923 



41. IX. 761. Benjamin Barker Ropes [Cliarles A. 41. VIII. 42G], 
born in Salem. A currier. Resiikuce : Salem. 

41, IX. 761. JLinma Alice Parsons, his wife, born in Salera. 
Mrs. Ropes is a daughter of William Dexter and Eliza Treadwell (New- 
hall) Parsons. He is a mason. Axcestki Tables j'j^. 

41. IX. 764. Willis Henry Ropes [Charles A. 41. VIII. 426], born 
in Salem. A flour and grain dealer. Residence : Salem. 

Mr. Ropes is engaged with his brothers, Reuben W. and Charles F., 
under the style of Ropes Brothers, in the flour and grain business, in 
Salem, which was formerly carried on by their father. 

41. IX. 764- Louisa King Farley, his wife, bora in Boston. 

Mrs. Ropes is a daughter of Charles Benjamin and i\Iaria Louisa 
(Upton) Farley, of Peabody, ifass. Her ancestry includes the following 
families : Farley, Births, ^loore, Dunton, Brown, Fletcher, Bates, Willey, 
Adams, Underwood, Parker, Merrill, Dow, Upton, Frost, Beckford, Pinson, 
Green, Putnam, Hutchinson, Bosworth, Putnam, Ingalls, Osgood, Emery, 
Webster, Martin, Wood, King, Goldthwait, Marsh, Silsbee, Southwick, 
Follett, Trask, Jacobs, Dudley, Upton, Maber, Goodell, Goodell. See 
AxcESTRY Tables s':^^'- 

41. IX. 765. Mary Theresa Ropes [Charles A. 41. VIII. 426], 
bom in Salem. 

41. IX. 7Go. Frederick Cote, her husband, born in Augusta, Maine. 
A bank clerk. Residence : Salem. 

Mr. Cate is a son of Dr. Shadrack ilellen and Martha Jane (^lesser) 
Cate, of Washington, D. C. His ancestry includes the following families : 
Cate, Neal, Griflin, Chamberlin. ^Messer, Colby. See AxcESTHr Tables -.j "j. 

41. IX. 767. Reuben Wilkins Ropes [Charles A. 41. VIII. 4-26], 
bom in Salem. A flour and grain dealer. Residence : Salem. 
i\rr. Ropes is of the firm of Ropes Brothers, of Salem. 

41. IX. 767. Grace Austin Tattle, his wife, born in Salem. 
Her number in direct descent is [33. X. G'J7]. 



924 THE PICKERING GENEALOGY. 

41. IX. 772. Grace Frances Ropes [Eleazer \y. R. 41. VIII. 427], 
born ill Saloin. 

41. IX. 7/3'. Arthur Starbuck, her first husband, born in Nan- 
tucket, Mass., died in Brooklyn, X. Y, A ship-broker. Residence: 
Nantucket. 

Mr. Starbuck was a son of George and Elizabeth Starbuck, of Nantucket. 
Ancestry Tablks j'^ji- 

41. IX. 772'. Philip Wilhour, her second husband, born in Little 
Coinpton, R. 1. A farmer. Residence : Little Compton. 

Mr. AVilbour is a son of Isaac Champliu and Deborah (Wilbour) "U'il- 
bour. AxcESTRY Tables j'^^^. 

42. IX. 700. Lucy Houghton Upton [Sarah S. 42. VIII. 434], 
born in Salem. 

Miss Upton is the associate principal of the Spelnaan Seminary, Atlanta, 
Ga. 

42. IX. 792. Elizabeth Ropes Upton [Sarah S. 42. VIII. 434], 
born in Salem, died in Amherst, Mass. 

42. IX. 703. Bohert Jlills, her husband, born in Chicopee Falls, 
Mass. A salesman. Residence : Newton, Mass. 

Mr. Mills is a son of Robert C. and Mary S. (Tiffany) Mills. Axcestry 
Tables ^'^g. 

42. IX. 794. Winslow Upton [Sarah S. 42. VIII. 434], born in 
Salera. An astronomer. Residence : Providence, R. I. 

Professor Upton, Brown, 1875, was prepared for college at the Salem 
High School. From 1875 to 1877, ho was a student at the Cincinnati 
Observatory ; and, from 1877 to 1879, he was an assistant at the Harvard 
College Observatory. From 1879 to ISSO, ho was an assistant engineer on 
the United States Lake Survey at Detroit, Midi.; from 1880 to 1881, he 
was a computer at the United States Naval Observatory, Washington, 
D. C. ; and, from 1881 to 1884, ho was computer and assistant professor at 
the United States Signal Office, at Wa.shington. Since February, 1884, 



NINTH GENERATION. 925 



he luis been professor of astronomy in Brown Universit}-. Professor Upton 
lias been a member of four expeditions to observe total eclipses of the sun : 
To Colorado in 1878; to Caroline Island, South Pacific Ocean, in 1883; to 
Russia in 1887 ; and to California in January, 1889. He spent the 
academic year of 188G-1S87 in study and travel .in Europe. He is the 
author of scientific articles in various journals. 

42. IX. 794- Cornelia Augusta Bahcoc7c, his wife, bom in Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. 

Mi'S. Upton is a daughter of William Henry and Penelope Bennett 
(Andrews) Babcock. He was a farmer, of Lebanon Springs, N. Y, Her 
ancestry includes the following families : Babcock, Andrews, Jackson, 
Shaw, Phillips, Pitts, Beal, Talbot, Lippit, Low. See Ancestrt Tables -^f^. 

42. IX. 796. Grace Upton [Sarah S. 42. VIII. 43-i], born in Salem. 

42. IX. 796. Frederic JiJiodes Chap)nau, her husband, born in 
Slatersville, R. I. A tire-insurance agent. Residence : Providence, R. T. 

Mr. Chapman is a son of Rhodes Budlong and Avis Waterman (Lock- 
wood) Chapman. His father is a fire-insurance agent, of Providence. 
AycESTBY Tables -/^fi. 

42. IX. 799. Margaret Aim Sjmioncls [William P. 42. VIII. 435], 
bom in Salem. 

42. IX. 799^. Ezckiel Bronsdon JflarsJi, her fust husband, born in 
Fairfield, Maine. A depot-master. Residence : Millbury. ]\Iass. 

Mr. Marsh was a son of Thomas Hartshorn and Stirah Curtis (Bronsdon) 
Marsh. His father was a farmer, of Hartland, ^lass. His ancestry includes 
the following families : Marsh, Skelton, Silsbee, Gould, BufHngton, Harts- 
horn, Bronsdon. Axcestky Tables -sfj^- 

42. IX. 799^. Samuel HoOgdou, her second husband, born in Salem. 
A wood-carver. Residence : Everett, ^lass. 

Mrs. Marsh was his second wife. His first wife was Susan R. ^lansfield, 
by whom he had the following children: — 



•yJ 



926 THE PICK£IiIXO GENEALOGY. 

Samlkl HdLMAX HoDODON, boru in Everett, ^farch L'4, 18C>1; drowned in Lake 

Winnipiseogee, July, 1SS>^. 
Arthlr Mansfield Hododox, boru in Everett, in September, 1S69. 

Mr. Hodgilon is a son of Samuel and Hannah Holnian (Plielps) 
Ilodgdon. His father is in the leather business, in Salem. Ancestry 
Tables j'j^". 

42. IX. 80 i. Benjamin Ropes Syinonds [Benjauiin R. 42. VUI. 
436], born in Salem, died in Salem. A grocer. Residence : Salem. 

lu his early lite, Mr. Sxinonds succeeded his father in the grocery busi- 
ness. He built up a in-olitable trade, and acquired a competency, and tlien 
retired from business. He afterward engaged in real-estate investments 
and building operations. 

Mr. Symonds was a man of marked intelligence, and was well informed 
upon a wide range of topics. He was a sagacious business man, of good 
sense and judgment, and had ga-eat ingenixity and fertility of resources. 
He was a member of the Common Council of Salem in 1881, 1885, and 
1886. He had a fondness for nature and art, and was a sportsman of much 
skill. He made a collection of birds and fishes, which he preserved and 
mounted himself He also made a collection of minerals, rare plants, and 
natural curiosities. He was very fond of flowers, and gave a great deal of 
attention to their cultivation. He took much interest in the floral decora- 
tions of the Barton Square Church, of which society he was a member and 
active worker.^ 

42. IX. S04- Sarah Cox JTiUebrown, his wife, probably born in 
Salem. 

Mrs. Symonds is a daughter of Captain Charles Berry and Eliza (Cox) 
Fillebrown, of Salem. Ancestry Tables ^"-g-. 

42. IX. 805. Thomas Sliatswell Symonds [Benjamin R. 42. VIII. 
436], born in Salem. A grocer. Residence: Salem. 

42. IX. SO'5'. EUxa liadfovd Jordan, his first wife, born in Dan- 
ville, Maine, died in Salem, of consumption. 

» The Salem Gazette of April 20, 1890, and the Salem Observer of April 2G, 1S90. 



mXTIT GEXERATIOX. 927 



Mrs. Syiuoiuls was a daughter of Charles and Hannah Jordan, of 
Dauville, Maine. Aj«cf.stry Tablk-; ^^^t- 

42. IX. SOo'. Sarah Francis Cross, his second wife, born in Salem, 
died in Salem, of typhoid fever. 

Mrs. Symonds was a daughter of Charles B. and Mary (Restell) Cross. 
Ancestry Tables s^fs'- 

42. IX. 806. Joseph Symonds [Benjamin R. 42. YIII. 43G], born 
in Salem. A grocer. Ivesidence : Salem. 

42. IX. 806. Xancy Flora Kimball, his wife, born in Clifion, Maine. 
Mrs. Ropes is a daughter of James N. and Matilda (Lyon) Kimball. 
Ancestry TAbLES s^i- 

42. IX. 808. Eliza Shatswell Symonds [Benjamin R. 42. VIII. 
436], born in Salem. 

42. IX. SOS. Henry Jlerrill Bixhy, her husband, born in "WaiTen, 
N. H. A carpet dealer. Residence : Salem. 

He is a son of Samuel B. and Nancy C. (Martin) Bixby. Ancestry 
Tables -sf^- 

42. IX. 813. Mary Ewing Symonds [Joseph 42. VIII. 442], born 
in Boston. 

42. IX. 813. John Cheever Fuller, her husband, born in Charles- 
town, Mass. A real-estate agent. Residence : Newton. 

Mr, Fuller's first wife, whom he married July 19, 1870, was Laura 
Eaves, who was from Coventry, Eng. She died May 31, 1882. By her 
he had the following children: — 

Frakk Everett Fttller. born April 28, 1871. 
Alfred Eaves Fuller, born Xov. 10, 1S78. 

]\Ir. Fuller is a son of George and ^lary Jackson (Call) Fuller, of 
Newton. His ancestry includes the following families : Fuller, Williams, 
Stalham, Hyde, Whitnev, Tarbell, Priest, Jackson, Baker, Patten, Pool, 
Call, Bennett. See Ancestry Tables ^'f j. 



928 THE PICKERIXG GENEALOGY. 

42. IX. 815. Joseph Ainsworth Symonds [Joseph 42. VIII. 442], 
born in Boston. A raerchaiit. Residence : Newton, Mass. 

42. IX. 813. Ahbie Kendall Million, his wife born in Dennis, Mass. 
Mrs. Symonds is :i daughter of Amos Kendall. Her father is a mer- 
chant. Akcestky Tablls j'^g-,- 

42. IX. 816. Sarah Ropes Symonds [Joseph 42. VIII. 442], born 
in Boston. 

42. IX. 816. Charles Edward Stone, her husband, born in Newton, 
Mass. A book-keeper and clerk. Residence : Newton. 

Mr. Stone is a son of Joseph Warren and Mary (Munroe) Stone. 
Ancestry Tables -j^jn- 

43. IX. 819. James Mills Peirce [Benjamin 43. VIII. 447], born 
in Cambridge, Mass. A mathematician. Residence : Cambridge. 

Professor Peirce, II. C. 1853, was prepared for college at the Hopkins 
Classical School in Cambridge. He was a tutor in mathematics in the col- 
lege from 1854 to 1858, and was proctor, occasionally serving as tutor, 
from 1858 to 18G1. During the years 1853 and 1854, he was a member of 
the Dane Law School, and for three years, 1856-1859, he was a member 
of the Divinity School. He was made assistant professor of mathematics 
in 18G1, and in 1869 he was appointed professor of mathematics. In 1885, 
he was appointed Perkins Professor of Astronomy and Mathematics, a 
position which he still holds. 

He is a fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, and of 
the American Association for the Advancement of Science, and a member 
of other scientific bodies. Besides his special papers in various transactions 
and reviews, he has published " A Text Book of Analytic Geometry " 
[Cambridge, 1857]; "Three and Four-Place Tables of Logarithmic and 
Trigonometric Functions" [Boston, 1871]; "The Elements of Loga- 
rithms" [Boston, 1873]: and "Mathematical Tables Chiefly to Four 
Figures; " first series [Boston, 1879]. He has also edited "Ideality in the 
Physical Sciences" [1881], written by his fatlier.* 

• Thp Harvard Book. Vol. I. p. 193 ; also Appleton's Cyclopoedia of American 
Biography, Vol. IV. p. 702. 



NINTH GENERATION. 929 

43. IX. 820. Charles Sanders Peirce [Benjamin A?,. ^'III. 417], 
born in Cambridge, Mass. Physicist. 

Mr. Peirce, H. C. 1859, subsequently pursued a chemical course at the 
Lawrence Scientific School, where he received the degree of S.U. in 1863. 
He soon after entered the service of the United States Coast Survey ; and, 
in 1872, he became assistant in that work, engaging in important investiga- 
tions, notably a series of pendulum experiments to determine the density of 
the earth, its ellipsity, and other constants. His scientific work has also 
included valuable researches in meteorology, measurement of wave-lengths 
of liglit, researches on sensation of color, and work on stellar photometry. 
He has held lectureships on logic at Harvard College and at the Johns 
Hopkins University; and, in 18G9, he delivered a course of lectures on 
scholastic philosophy before the LoAvell Institute, Boston. He is a member 
of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, and, in 1877, was elected 
to the National Academy of Sciences. He is also a member of the Inter- 
national Commission on Weights and Measures. In addition to many 
articles on his specialties in the "Journal of Speculative Philosophy," and 
in the Proceedings of the societies of AA-hich he is a member, he has edited, 
■with additions, his father's " Linear Associative Algebra " and " Studies in 
Logic, by Members of the Johns Hopkins University."^ 

43. IX. 820K Harriet Jfelusiua Fay, his first wife. 

Mrs. Peirce is the author of a series of articles on " Cooperative 
Housekeeping." 

She is a daughter of the Rev. Charles and Charlotte I^mily (Hopkins) 
Fay. Bichard Stdli'.'an Fuy [.50. VIII. oo5'\ Avas her uncle. Her ancestry 
includes the following families: Fay, Brigham, "Wellington, Palsgrave, 
Sweetman, Child, Warren, Barron, French, Lothrop, Learned, Phillips, 
Prescott, Plutts, Hoar, Hincksman, Bulkley, Allen, Wlieeler, Brigham, 
Hurd, Howard, Wallingford, Travel's, Tuttle, Gofte, Sumner, West, 
Clement, Lillie, Frary, Eliot, Ruck, Clarke, Hutchinson, Marbury, 
Hamby, Hawkins, Breck, Pateshall, Woody, Dexter, Thomas, Jacob, 
Ruck, Clarke, Hopkins, Fitzgerald, Gunning, McDermot, Fitzakerly, 

* Appleton's Cyclopaedia of American Biography, Vol. IV. p. 702. 



930 THE PICKER ixn gexealogy. 

Miiller, WordniiUi, Eiclifuldt, WeriKi.s, Krogcl, xVlewins, Siittler, Toppii, 
Trance, Nicholas. See Ancestry Tables j'jj.. 

43. IX. S20-. Juliette Voisy, the second wife of Charles S. Peiice. 
Anc&stry Tables ^ii- 

43. IX. 821. Benjamin Peirce [Renjamin 43. VIII. 447], bom in 
Cambridge, Mass., died in Ishpcming, Mich. A mining engineer. Re.^i- 
dence : Ishpeming. 

Mr. Peirce, II. C. 1.S65, entered the Ecole des Mines, Paris, at the 
opening of the courses at that school in the November following his 
graduation. Although the natural bent of his mind was not specially 
adapted to the profession he had chosen, he became a hard-workino- and 
self-denying student, and acquired an enthusiastic interest in his studies. 
In May, 1867, at the close of his second laborious season in Paris, he went 
to Freiberg, near Dresden, and spent the next three months in studying the 
processes peculiar to the famous school of that place, and in a short excur- 
sion to the mining region of Bohemia. In August, 18G7, he returned to 
Cambridge, where he remained until the following ^lay as a student in the 
chemical laboratory of the Lawrence Scientific School. In May, 1868, he 
went to Marquette, ^licli., where he was employed in professional work bv 
the Lake Superior ^Mining Company. Afterwards his headquarters were at 
Ishpeming. 

Mr. Peirce was an intense and never-resting worker, and he finally 
broke down under the constant tension at which he kept his faculties. 
lie left a high reputation for ability, force, industry, sound knowledge, 
insight into men, power of bringing out their good qualities, and for high- 
minded and generous character. His brilliant gifts were recognized wher- 
ever he went, as was the sinceritv, loyalty, and nobleness of his nature. 

lie compiled for the State Department of the L^m'ted States Government 
a "Report on the Resources of Iceland and Greenland" [1868]. He was 
a contributor to, and for some time editor of, the Marquette Mining 
Journal.^ 

» Harvard College Class Book of ISC'), pp. 30-34. 



yiXTir GEXERATIOX. 931 



43. IX. 822. Helen Hmitington Peirce [Pxiijamiii 43. VIII. 447], 
born in Cambridge, Mass. 

43. IX. S3J. WiUhnn Itogers EHis, her luisband, born in Nortli- 
anijjton, Mass. 

Mr. Ellis, II. C. 1867, has been engaged in the iron l)usiness. lie was 
a member of the firm of Budd i^ Ellis, but, on their dissolution in 1883, he 
became the agent for two foreign iron companies, with an otKce in New 
York. He has also been engaged in a general railway equipment business, 
and has represented "The Safety Car Heating and Lighting Company."^ 

He is a son of the Rev. Rufus and Gertrude Louisa (Blake) Ellis, of 
Boston. His ancestry includes the following families: Ellis, Lewis, 
Whiting, Dwight, Newell, Fi.^her, McTntire, Rogers, Crane, Denison, 
Duilley, AppletoH, Everard, Glover, Harris, Ruggles, Woodbridge, Dudley, 
Whiting, St. John, Chester, Thatcher, Partridge, Oxenbridge, Hobby, Kent, 
Dogget, Blake, Pope, Arnold, TWlland, Smith, Hinckley, Chipman, How- 
land, Tilley, Skiffe, Jones, Truax, Roseboom, Bleecker, Van Schaick. 
See Ancestry Tables j^^^. 

43. IX. 823. Herbert Henry Davis Peirce [Benjamin 43. VIII. 
447], born in Cambridge, ^Ia.s?. An interior decorator. Residence: New 
York City. 

43. IX. SJo. JTeleu ITot/cs Jose, his wife, born in Portland, Maine. 

Mrs. Peirce is a daughter of Horatio Nelson and Nancy Brown (Hooper) 
Jose. Her father was one of the richest and most eminent business men of 
Poitland.'' Her ancestry includes the following families : Jose, Hooper, 
Souther, AVood, Bacon, Blanev, Powell, Wj-er, Johnson, John.son, ^Maverick, 
Harris, Newell, Pitt, Larkin, Piiillips, Foster, Brackenbury, Austin, Bachel- 
dcr. Tufts, Pierce, Lynde, Phillips, Foster, Brackenbury, "Waite, Hepburne, 
Hale, Maynard. See Ancestky T.vbles ^'^g. 

43. IX. 824. Susan Treadwell Nichols [George 43. VIII. 452], bora 
in Cambridge, Mass., died in New York City. Residence : New^ York City. 

» Harvard College Class Book of 1SG7 fXo. 8), p. 16. 
* Boston HeraM of Oct. 24, 1S92. 



932 THE PICKERING GEXEALOGY. 

Mrs. Carter was fur more than twenty years principal of the Woman's 
Art Scliool of tlio Cooper Institute, New York, a position which she filled 
with great ability np to the time of her death. 

She was the autlior of a treatise on drawing, besides magazine articles 
in the Century ^Magazine, the North American Review, Appleton's Pictur- 
esque America, and the Art Journal. She was also the editor c>f various 
art woi'ks published by Messrs. G. P. Putnam's Sons, including " Art 
Suggestions by the Masters," "Art Handbooks," &c. 

43. IX. S24- liohevt Carter, her husband, born in Albany, N. Y., 
died in Cambridge, Mass. A journalist. Residence : Cambridge. 

With the excejjtion of one term spent at the Jesuit College of Chambly, 
in Canada, Mr. Carter received only a common-school education. At the 
age of fifteen, he left school, and became assistant librarian of the New 
York State Library at Albany, where he remained until 1838. In 1841, he 
came to Boston, where he formed a life-long friendship with James Russell 
liOwell ; and, in Januarv, 1843, tliey began the publication of a monthly 
magazine, called "The Pioneer," of which only three numbers were issued. 
In 1845, he was chief clerk in the Cambridge post-otlice ; and, in 1847-1848, 
ho was secretary to William II. Prescott, the historian. In 1848, Mr. Carter 
became interested in the formation of the Free Soil party, and, in 1851- 
1852, became assistant editor of "The Commonwealth," and afterwards its 
editor. For two years, he was secretary of the State committee of the Free 
Soil party; and in the sunnner of 1854, he called a convention which met 
on the twentieth of July. A .short platform, drawn up by him, was adopted, 
together with the name " Republican," and, on his motion, a committee of 
six was appointed to organize the new party, John A. Andrew being made 
its chairman. 

In 1855, in connection with other.s, he edited "The Boston Telegraph; " 
and, in 185G, he edited the "Atlas." In 1857-1859, he was Washington 
con-espondent of tlie New York Tribune, and, in 1 859-1 8G3, he was en- 
gaged with others on the fir.st edition of the Anierican Cyclopaedia, for 
which he wrote many important articles. From 18G4 to 1869, he was the 
editor of the Rochester, X. Y., " Democrat." He was editor of " Appleton's 



Niyin GENERATioy. 933 



Jounuil" in 1870-1873, and then became associate editor for the revision of 
the American Cyclopajdia. He uas the author of " A Suumicr Cruise on 
the Coast of New Kuyhind"' [Boston, 18G4], which passed through several 
editions, and he left unpublished memoirs, of which only the first volume 
was complete. As early as 1838, he began to publish poems and sketches 
in the daily papers, and he continued to write stories for periodicals for a 
number of years. 

Mr. Carter's first wife, whom he married in 1846, was Ann Augusta 
Gray, of Brookline, Mass. She died in 18G3.^ 

He was a son of Robert and Mary Carter. Axcestuy Tauli-s g"^. 

43. IX. 826. Harriet Farley Nichols [George 43. VIIl. 452J, born 
in Cambridge, ^lass. 

43. IX. S26. Charles licuben Lnmh, her liusband, born in Boston. 
A merchant. Residence : Cambridge, Mass. 

Mr. Lamb was a son of Reuben and Almira Lamb. Ancestry 
Tables g'g'j. 

43. IX. 827. Elizabeth Peirce Nichols [George 43. VIIL 452], 
born in Roxljury, Mass., died in Cambridge, Mass. 

43. IX. 827. Etlward Wuislotv IIhic7,s, her hnsband, born in 
Bucksport, Maine, died in Cambridge, Mass. A soldier. Residence : 
Cambridge. 

General Hincks was christened Edward ^yard ; but, in 1871, he had his 
middle name changed to Winslow, by a decree of the Court of Middlesex 
County, Mass., and also added "c" to his name, it having been so written 
by his ancestors. 

He learned the printer's trade, and, soon after he vi-as twenty-one, 
established himself in Boston. In 1855, he became a member of the Com- 
mon Council ; and he also at one time represented the city in the Legisla- 
ture. At the breaking out of the civil war, he was a resident of Lyim, 
Mass., and for several years had been an active military officer. As soon 
as the opposition to President Lincoln's administration occurred, he entered 

' Appleton's Cyclopaedia of American Biography, Vol. I. pp. 511-542; and the Salom 
Gazette of Feb. 19, 1879. 



934 ^V/jy riCKEL-fXa GEyEALOOY. 



the army, ami Avas ajipointeil, on April 26, 1861, second lieutenant in the 
Second Cavalry ot the (Iiiited .States Arm\'. This position he resigned, 
.Tune 24, InGI. lie wa.s very active in forming and forwarding the Eighth 
Regiment of the ]\Ias:sachusett3 Volunteer Militia, of which he was commis- 
sioned licutenant-coloM'.l, April 30, l.SGl, and colonel, May IG, isGl. The 
Eighth Kegiment performed valuable services at this time ; and, on being 
mustered out, Aug. 1, 1861, Colonel Hincks was appointed, Aug. 3, 1861, 
colonel of the Nineteenth Kegiment of Massachusetts Volunteers. With the 
assistance of Lientenani-Colonel Devereux [59. VIII. 747], he rapidly 
recruited, organized, and otHcered this regiment, which proved to be one 
of the best disciplined and most enduring I'egiments which i\Iassachusetts 
sent to the war. On June 30, 18G2, in the battle of Glendale, he was 
severely wounded by a bullet through the upper part of the thigh, receiv- 
ing also a severe contii?sion in the left ankle, and was sent to the rear. 
He returned home for a brief period, and, while convalescing, improved his 
time by eloquent appeals to his fellow-citizens to volunteer; and he spoke 
with great efi'ect in several towns of the Commonwealth, inducing a large 
number of men to enlist. lie returned to his conunand before he had fullv 
recovered from his wound. In the battle of Antietam, he fell, wounded by 
a bullet through his right arm, fracturing the bone, and another through 
the abdomen, from which he never fully recovered, and from which he was 
a constant snilerer to the day of his death. He was made brigadier-general 
of United States Volunteers, Nov. 29, 1 862, and brevet major-general of 
Voluntucrs, ]\larch 13, 1SC5, "for gallant and meritorious services." He 
resigned, and retired from the volunteer service, June 30, 18G5; and, on 
July 28, 18G6, he was commissioned lieutenant-colonel of the Fortieth 
United States Infantry. On March 1.5, 1869, ho was transferred to the 
Twenty-fifth United States Infantry. He retired with the rank of colonel, 
"for wounds received in line of duty," December 15, 1870; brevet colonel, 
Uuited States Army, ilarch 2, 1867, " for gallant and meritorious services 
in the battle of Antietam, Maryland ; " brevet brigadier-general. United 
States Army, March 2, 1S67, "for gallant and meritorious services in the 
assault on Petersburg, Virginia." !Major-General Ilincks participated in 
the following battles: Ball's Bluflf, Siege of Yorktown, Affair at West Point, 



NINTH gexi:i:ation. 935 



Fuir Oaks, Ouk Gmve, Peach Orcluud, Savage's Station, White Oak 
Su'auip, Glenchile, or Nelson's Farm, Cliantilly, South Mountain, Antictani, 
]?aylor's Farm, and the Assault on Petershurg-. 

General IHncks was a companion of the Military Order of the Loyal 
Legion of the United States. 

His first wife, whom he married Jan. 25, 1855, was Annie Rebecca Dow, 
of Lynn, who died Aug. 21, 1nU2. By her he had the following child: 

An.sox Bur.i,iNi"..v.ME IIiNcKs, who died in liockville, Md., Jan. 27, 1SG2.' 

He was a son of Elisha and Eli/.abelh Hopkins (Wentworth) II inks. 
His father was a mariner, of lUicksport, ]\Iaiiie. His ancestry includes the 
following families : Hincks, ?Vyer, Win.slow, Chilton, Hutchinson, Marburv, 
Hamby, Dyer, Treat, Tapp, ^Mayo, Lumpkins, L}on, Kich, Rich, Went- 
worth, Miller, Grant, Rich. See An-ckstky Tablks -^f-^. 

43. IX. 828. Lucy Nichols [George 43. VIII. 452], born in 
Ikighton, Mass. Residence : Bay Ridge, Long Island, N. Y. 

43. IX. 828. John Enton White, her husband, born in West Rox- 
bury, Mass. A merchant. 

Mr. White is a son of Charles Au.stin and Ann (Eaton) White. James 
Cushlng White [43. IX. 829] is his brother. His ancestry includes the fol- 
lowing families: W^hite, I'Vench, Gilman, Clark, Treworgye, Sliapleigh, 
Phillip.s, Sargent, Appleton, Everard, Emerson, Symonds, Read, Mont- 
gomery, Atwood, Eaton. See Ancestry Taijles ^"j-. 

43. IX. 829. Mary Nicliols [George 43. YIII. 452], born in 
Brighton, Mass. 

43. IX. 5-i^. James Ciishhtf/ 7F/N'fe, her husband. A merchant. 

Jlr. White is a son of Charles Austin and Ann (Eaton) White. John 
Eaton White [43. IX. 828], is his brotlicr. His ancestry includes tlic same 
families given abo\ e under the head of his V)rother. See Anckstky TAr>LE>i ■^^^. 

' A pamplilet entitled " Record of tlie Public Services of Brigadier-General and Brevet 
M.ajor-General Kd'.vard W. Ilincks ; " Appleton's Cyclopoedia of American Biography, Vol. 
III. p. 211 ; Boston of To-day, edited by Edwin M. Bacon, pp. 25'.)-2fiO ; Jlassnchusctts in 
the Rebellion, by Phinea.s C. Headley, pp. 2.5.3-2G1 ; and the Army Register, by T. H. S. 
llamersly, p. 512. 



936 TUE I'lCKElUya UKXEALOGY. 



43. IX. yoO. John Wiii te Tread v/ell Nichols [George 43. VIII. 
4j2], born in Briglitoii, Muss. A cuiimission incrcliaut. Residence: 
New York City. 

Mr. Nichols is of tlie firm of Minot, Hooper, & Co., of Boston and 
New York. 

43. IX. 8-30. Mary liJcilce Slocum, his wife, born in Brookline, 
Mass. 

Mrs. Nichols is a daughter of Wilhani Henry and Sarah Elizabeth 
(Williams) Slocum. Her ancestry ii id lules the following families: Betts, 
James, \Vard, Williams, Stalliam, Wise, Thompson, Davis, Kinsman, 
Torrey, Smith, Williams, Stalhani, Park, May, Brewer, Weld, Bowen, 
Faxon, Thayer, Davis, White, Perrin, V.'alker, Idc, J^lake, Clap, Bachiler, 
Smith, Simpson, Clap, Ford, White, Kino-, Bake^-, "Withington, Bird, Atlier- 
ton, Wales, Barnard, Lowell. See Axcestky Tabli-s /^j. 

43. IX. 842. Charles Fessenden Nichols [Charles S. 43. YIII. 
457], born in Salem. A physician. I\e.sidence: lio^ton. 

Dr. Xichols's early education was acquired in the schools of Salem. He 
afterwards studied with a tutor for two years in Germany. On his return 
home, he entered the Harvard Medical School, where he graduated in 
1870. In December of that year, he entered upon the j)ractice of homoe- 
opathy in the Hawaiian Ishnids, whither he went at the invitation of Chief 
Justice Allen of those islands. He spent about two years there, and then 
returned to Boston, where he entered into a partnership with Dr. William 
P. Wesselhoeft, which conlinued until 1882, when he l)egan practice on his 
own account. 

Dr. Nichols has been editor of the New England ^Icdieal Gazette, and, 
in 1891, he was made a member of the editorial staff of "Science.'' Besides 
the pamphlets which he has written, he has been a contributor to medical 
and scientific journals, chiefly on medical subjects. He is a member of the 
American Institute of HouKEopathy, of the Massachusetts, the Boston, and 
the International Homoeopathy Medical Societies, and the " Organou " 
Society.^ 

• Boston of To-daj", pp. 324-325. 



yiXTir GKXERATION. 937 

43. IX. 842. Grace JicUe Houston, his wife, born in Bcston. 

Mrs. Nichols has studied and has tauglit at the New Enghind Conserva- 
tory of Jlusic She is cluctiy interested in music, and has peifected the 
system of " Hand Cuhure," now in use at the Conservatory. 

Slio is a daughter of James B. and Jane C. Houston, of Boston. 
Anckstry Tables s,jj. 

43. IX. 844. Harry Peirce Nichols [Charles S. 43. VIII. 457], 
born in Salem. A clergyman. Iiesidenoc : Minneapolis, !Minn. 

Mr. Nichols, H. C 1871, was prepared for college at the Salem 
High School. lie entered the Theological Seminary at Andover, 
Mass., where ho graduated in 187.5; and, in 187fi, he graduated at the 
Philadelphia Episcopal Divinity School. He was ordained deacon in 
June, 187G, and priest in 1877. From October, 1875, to October, 1876, 
he was in charge of the St. John's Free Church, in Philadelphia. From 
1877 to 1883, he was rector of St. Paul's Clmrch, in Brunswick, Maine; 
and, from 1883 to 1892, he was assistant minister at Trinity Church, in 
New Haven, Conn. Since February, 1892, he has been rector of St. 
Mark's Church, in Minneapolis, 3linn. 

43. IX. S4'4. Alice Jlavtlin ShepJey, his wife. 

Mrs. Nichols is a daughter of Stephen and Martha Mellicent (Harvey) 
Shepley. He was a paper manufacturer. Her ancestry includes the 
following families: Shepley, Thurlow, Shattuck, Harvey, Baxter. See 
Akcestky Tables ■f^:f. 

43. IX. 845. Catlierine Fessendeii Aiiisworth Nicliols [Charles 
S. 43. VIII. 457], born in Salem. 

43. IX. 84-5. FranhUn Weston Bartlctt, her husband, born in 
Towanda, Pa. A clergyman. Residence: Williamstown, ^Mass. 

Mr. Bartlctt, Union, 18G5, D.D. 1889, received his early education in 
the Susquehanna Collegiate Institute of Towanda. He studied theology, 
and graduated at the Berkeley Divinity School, of Middletown, Conn., in 
1869. "While studying for the ministry, he taught in the Susquehanna 
CoUeffiate Institute. He was ordained a deacon in Julv, 1869, and soon 



938 THE ncKKinXG GEXEALOOy. 

after took charge of the Chinch of the Mediator, in AUentown, Pa., and of 
the Catasaugua Mission, near by. lie was ordained priest in 1870, and 
was afterwards assistant rector of 'rrinity Church, I'ottsville, Pa. lie sjient 
some time in teacliing, and, in 1877, ho was made rector of St. Clary's 
Church, of Northiiekl, Vt., wliere he continued for five years. In 1887, he 
became rector of St. Jolui's Church, of Williamstown, Mass. While there 
in residence, he was for seven years instructor in Hebrew in Williams 
College. While in college, Mr. Bartlett was an occasional contributor in 
verse to newspapers. lie has since written songs ; and several of his hymns 
liave been published with music.^ 

He is a son of Orrin Daniel and Mary (Weston) Bartlett. His father 
is an insurance adjuster, of Towanda, Pa. Axcestky Tahlks j^f:j-,. 

44. IX. 84G. John Taylor Gilman Nicliols [George H. 44. VIII. 
459], born in Portland, Maine. A physician. Residence : Cambridge, 
Mass. 

Dr. Nichols entered the Lawrence Scientific School in 18r)4. He 
studied medicine in a private school taught by John Ware, M.D., and 
other eminent physicians. He graduated at the Harvard Medical School in 
1859, and has practised his profession in Cambridge from that year to the 
pi'esent time. He is one of the visiting physicians of the Cambridge 
Hospital, was the orator of the Massachusetts Jledical Society in 1893, 
and is president of the Cambridge Medical Improvement Society, and of 
the Middlesex South Medical Society. 

44. IX. S46- Helen Williams Gilman, his wife, born in Portland, 
Maine. 

Mrs. Nichols is a daughter of John Taylor and Helen Augusta (Williams) 
Gilman. He is a physician, of Portland. Dorothea Folsom Gilman [44. Vll. 
217''\ was her first cousin once removed. Her ancestry includes the follow- 
ing families : Gilman, Clark, Treworgye, Shapleigh, Clark, Somerby, Green- 
leaf, Lord, Waite, Day, Ayer, Allen, Goodale, Taylor, Wiuslow, Chilton, 
Hutchinson, ^Marburv, Hamby, Rogers, Crane, Deiii.>;on, Dudley, Purkiss, 

» The Farmer and News, of Northfield, Vt., of April 9, 1884. 



y IS Til GEXEIiATIOX. 939 



rembcrton, Marsliall (?), Folsom, Giliunn, Clark, Perkins, Ladd, Giliuan, 
(;'lark, Treworgye, Shapleigli, Smith, Stoodley, Williams, ]\[acey, Howard, 
Fobcs, Ingraham, Ilartwtll, Coney, Ayer, Guild, Crookc, Woodcock, 
Curtis, Eliot, Polly, Gore, Gardner, Crooke, Dass, Alden, MuUins, Belcher, 
]{r''ck, Wisewell, Oliver. See An-cestky Tablks. 5'^^. 

44. IX. 848. Willard Atherton Nicliols [George II. 44. VIII. 
451)], boru in Standish, Maine. A civil engineer. Residence : Redlands, 
Cal. 

i\Ir. Nichols graduated at the Lawrence Scientific School, in 18G5. He 
■was the engineer in charge of the construction in Maine of the European 
and North American Railroad, and, as chief engineer, built the New Bruns- 
wick Railway. Afterwards, for twelve years, he held an important position 
as an engineer in the department of docks of New York City, resigning the 
position in 1890 to reside in Southern California. 

He is a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers, and a 
member of the Society of the Sons of the Revolution. 

44. IX. 849. Elizabeth Keith Nichols [George H. 44. VIII. 459], 
born in Standish, Maine. 

Mrs. Hills is a member of the Society of the Colonial Dames of 
America. 

44. IX. 8S9. Traucis LoweU mils, lier husband, born in Boston. 
A civil engineer. Residence : Wilmington, Del. 

Mr. Hills was appointed a cadet in the United States Military Academy 
from Massachusetts, July 1, 18G2. He graduated June 18, 18G6, on which 
date he was promoted in the United States Army to be second lieutenant in 
the Fifth Artillery. He served in garrison at Fortress Monroe, Va., from 
Sept. 30, 1866, to March, l!^G7. He was transferred to the Third United 
States Artillery, and promoted to be first lieutenant in that regiment, April 
2, 1868. Ho resigned his commission in the United States Army, April 7, 
1870, on account of ill health incurred in the line of duty. He has been 
engaged in the profession of civil engineering since 1870, and for the past 
ten years has been chief engineer of the Wilmington and Northern Rail- 
road. Ho is a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers. 



910 THE PICKERING GENEALOGY. 

^Iv. Hills is a sou of Juseph Snow and Harriott Frances (Robbins) 
Hills. His ancestry inchulos the following families: Hills, Smith, Wheeler, 
Sawyer, En'jland, Snow, Robbins, Curtis, Eliot, Polly, Gore, Gardner, 
Crooke, Dean. See Axcestky Tables j'^y. 

44. IX. 850. Margaret Atherton Nichols [George H. 44. VHI. 
459], born in Standish, Maine, died in Boston. 

44. IX. SoO. Ralph Cross Johnsou, her husband, born in Belfast, 
Maine. Residence : Washington, D. C. 

Mr. Jolmson graduated at Harvard College in 18R4. His second wife, 
whom he married in 1870, was Mattie Waller, of Richmond, Va. 

He is a son of Ralpli Cross and Sarah (Cushing) Johnson. His father 
is a merchant, of Belfast, Maine. Axcestky Tables j"^. 

44. IX. 852. William Ichabod Nichols [John T. G. 44. YIIT. 460], 
born in Saco, Maine. A clergyman. Residence : Philadelphia, Pa. 

Mr. Nichols, H. C. 1874, left his home in Saco, Maine, in 1867, to 
reside with his grandmother Nichols, in Cambridge, ilass. He attended 
the Cambridge Higli School, and graduated from the classical department 
in 1870. In the fall of 1874, he became preceptor of the Derby Academy, 
Hingham, Mass. He resigned this position in December, 1876 ; and in 
1877, he entered the Harvard Divinity School, -where he remained three 
years, being prevented from taking a degree by a severe illness. During 
the winter of 1879-1880, he pursued a course of study as a special student 
at the Andover Theological Scliool. Having spent a portion of the years 
1880-1881 in regaining his health, in September of the latter year he took 
charge of the Second Parish (Unitarian) of South Hingham, Mass., and was 
oi'dained its pastor in October, 1882. He resigned his charge in October, 
1883, and spent a year in Cambridge and vicinity in charge of a private 
pupil. In October. 1881. he was settled over the First Congregational 
Society (Unitarian) of Littleton, Mass.; and in November, 1889, he 
resigned to accept an invitation to the ministr}' of the Spring Garden 
Unitarian Society of Philadelphia. He entered upon his duties in Decem- 
ber of that year. 



NINTH GENERATION. 941 



44. IX. 8o2. Jlinerva rarker, his wife, born in Peoria, 111. 

Mrs. Nichols was educated as an architect, completing her education at 
the School of Design for Women, and at tlie Franklin Institute in Phila- 
delphia. Since 1883, she has been engaged hi the active practice of her 
profession. She has chietly devoted herself to domestic architecture; but 
among lier works is the New Century Club for Women, in Philadelphia-, 
which was dedicated in January, 18i.i2. 

Mrs. Nichols was a member of the Ladies' Auxiliary Society of the 
Committee on Woman's Work of the World's Columbian Exposition ; 
and she is one of the faculty of the School of Design for Women, in 
Philadelphia. 

She is a daughter of John Wesley and Amanda JFelvina (Doane) 
Parker. He was a lawyer, who died in the Union Army hi 1863. 
ANCESTRr Tables ^^^^,- 

44. IX. 853. Henry Qilman Nichols [John T. G. 44. VIII. 4G0], 
born in Saco, Maine. A lawyer. Residence : Boston, Mass. 

Mr. Nichols, H. C 1877, studied law at the Harvard Law School, and 
with Chapman Biddle, Esq., of Philadelphia. He was admitted to the bar 
in 1881, and afterward was associated with B. F. Brooks, Esq., in the 
ju-actice of law in Boston.* He is now a member of the law firm of 
Nichols & Cobb, of Boston. 

44. IX. 8o3. Elsie Quincij. his wife, born in Roxbury, Mass. 
Mrs. Nichols is a daughter of George Hatch and Frances P. Quincy, 
of Boston. AxcESTRY Tables -s^jh- 

44. IX. 854. Edgar Hamilton Nichols [John T. G. 44. VIII. 4C0], 
born in Saco, ]\Iaine. A teacher. Residence : Cambridge, ^lass. 

Mr. Nichols, H. C. 1878, spent the two years that followed his gradua- 
tion as a tutor. He returned to Cambridge for the piuj)Ose of studying for 
the degree of Ph. D. in mathematics, but his work was interrupted by a 
severe illness, which lasted nearly two years. On recovering from his 

^ Harvar.l College Cla.ss Book of 1S77 Q^o. 3), p. 41. 



942 TirE nCKEIUXG GENEALOGY. 



illness, lie ioiinJed, in 18^3, with his classnuite, George II. Browne, The 
Browne and Nichols Piivate School for Boys, in Cainbrid<,^e. The school 
has proved a ver}' popular one, and has twice outgrown its quarters. Mi*. 
Nichols's life is devoted to the improvement of secondary education. 

44. IX. 8d4- Jitlia Webster Abbot, his wife, born in "Washington, 
D. C. 

Mrs. Nichols is n daughter of George Jacob and Anne Taylor Gilman 
(Fernery) Altbor. Her ancestry includes the following families: Abbot, 
Chandler, Barker, Hariiden, Fiske, Abbot, Chfindler, Farnum, Abbot, 
Farnum, Holt, Lovejn}-, Tliayev, Paine, Eliott, Woodier, Shattuck, 
Ilerrick, Laskin, Woodbury, Cotton, Day, Eossiter, Saltonstall, Gurdon, 
Ward, Edmonds, Gibbs, Temple, Sheafe, Webb, Shrimpton, Emery, 
Gowen, Chick, Ferryman, Dudley, Gilman, Clark, Treworg}e, Shapleigh, 
Hale, Hutchinson, Bosworth, Korthend, Halstead, Kent, Jackson, Pep- 
perell, Brav, Gilman, Clark, Treworgye, Shajjlcigh, Clark, Somerby, 
Greenleaf, Lord, Wllitt^ Day, Ajer, Allen, Goodale, Taylor, Win.slow, 
Chilton, Hutcliin?on, ilarbury, Hamby, Rogers, Crane, Denii^on, Dudley, 
Purkiss, Pemberton, ^I;u>liall ( .'), Folsom, Gilman, Clark, Perkins, Ladd, 
Gilman, Clark, Treworgye, Shapleigh, Smith. See Axcestrf Tables 55^. 

44. IX. 85S. Henry Pickering Bowditcli [Lucy 0. 44. YIII. 
4G3], born in Boston. A physician. Residence : Boston. 

Professor Bowditch, II. C. 18G1, M.D. 18G8, was fitted for college at Mr. 
Epes Sargent DixwelVs School, in Boston. In tlie fall of 18G1, he entered 
the Lawrence Scientific School, but remained there only for a short time, 
liaving, Nov. 27, 18G1, been comnn'ssioned second lieutenant of Company 
G, Second Battalion, Fii-st Massachusetts Volunteer Cavalry. He was 
promoted to first lieutenant of Company E, June 28, 18G2, and was com- 
missioned captain of the same company, ^lay 13, 18G3. Hu saw much 
active service, and among the engagements in which he participated weie 
Steven^burg, Aldie. L'pperville, Culpeper, Rapidan Station, Bristoe Station, 
and New Hope Clun-ch, where he received a gun.shot wound in the right 
ann. He was honorably dischnrged, Feb. 15, 18G4, but soon entered the 
service again, being commissioned, ^larcli 2G, 1SG4, as major in the Fifth 



XIXTFT GKXERATIOy. 943 

>[ajsachusett.s Voluiittur Ca\alry. Ills ii'^iuieiit touk part in soiuu of the 
earliest movements against Petersbury. They were among- tlioac to enter 
Kichmond, Va., April 3, ISGo, and for some months after that time they 
were stationed near Petersburg. Major Bowditch received his diseliai-ge on 
ro>i<ni'ition, June 3, 18G5, and returned home. In the following autumn, 
he re-entered the Lawrence Scientific School, and also studied anatomy 
uiuler Professor JelVries Wymau. lie went to Euroj)e, and spent the 
winter of 18G8-1869 in France, and then devoted himself almost wholly 
to the study of physiology under Professor Ludwig, at Leipzig. He 
returned home in 1871, and assumed the duties of assistant professor of 
pliysiology in the Harvard Medical School; and, in 187G, he was appointed 
professor of physiology in that institution. In 1883, he was made dean 
of the faculty. Professor Bowditch has filled numerous positions, most 
of which have been connected with his profession, and has made extended 
researches in the growth of children and in composite photography. He 
was a niem])er of the Joint Special Committee on Education and Health 
of the American Social Science Association, whose duty it was to consider 
public schools in reference to their relations to public health. From 1877 
to 1881, he was one of the school committee of the city of Boston. Since 
1879, ho has been one of the managers of tlie Adams' Nervine Asylum, oi 
IJoston. In 1894, he was made one of the trustees of the Boston Public 
Library, which contains the library of his grandfather. Dr. Bowditch. Pro- 
fessor Bowditch has made frequent and extended visits to Europe. He has 
contributed man}' papers to various journals, both in America and in 
I^urope.^ He is a fellow of the American xVcademy of Arts and Sciences, 
and is a member of the National Academy of Science, the American Asso- 
ciation for the Advancement of Science, the Boston Natural History 
Society, and the Massachusetts Medical Society. He is president of the 
American Physiological Society, and is one of the board of trustees of the 
Elizabeth Thompson Science Fund. IFe is also a corresponding member 
of several foreign scientific and medical societies.^ 

' For a list of those see Tlarvanl College Class Book of 1S(31, pp. ir>-17. 
« Harvard College Class Book of ISGl (No. 5), pp. 13-1 S. 



944 THE nCKEEIXG GEXEALOGY. 

44. IX. S-jS. Selnia Knauth, tho wife of Henry P. Bowditch, born in 
Leipzig^. 

Mrs. liowditcli is a daiigliter of Theodore and Fannie Knauth. He is a 
banker, of Leipzig. ^Uckstuv Tables ^"9. 

44. IX. 859. Cliarles Pickering Bowditcli [Lucy 0. 44. VIII. 
463], born in Boston. Kesideuce : Boston. 

Mr. Bowditch, II. C. 18G3, was fitted for colleg-e at the School of Epes 
Sargent Dixwell, of Ijostun. Before graduating, he entered the volunteer 
service of tlie United States, having been coinniibsioned, May 23, 1863, 
second lieutenant in tlie Fifty-tifth Eegiment, Massachusetts Volunteer 
Infantry. He was promoted to first lieutenant, June 7, 1863, and to cap- 
tain, June 29, 1863, in the same regiment. On Jan. 7, 1864, he was 
appointed captain in the Fifth Regiment, Massachusetts Volunteer Cav- 
alry, and received his discharge on resignation, on account of disability 
contracted in the service, Aug. 23, 1864. He saw service in Xorth 
Carolina, and in the siege of Charleston, S. C, also in Virginia and Mary- 
land. After tlie war, he assumed charge of the William Wadswortli estate, 
at Genosco, N. Y., residing tliere at the time. He returned to Boston in 
November, 1872, and entered his father's office as trustee and attorney of 
various estates. He became identified with the American Bell Telephone 
Company, and was its vice-president from Oct. 1, 1883, to Dec. 1, 1886. 
He is connected with several of the manufacturing companies of Kew 
England, and is treasurer of the Boston Athenaeum, besides being- 
treasurer of several funds. 

A visit to Yucatan, in the winter of 1888, led Mr. Bowditch to take an 
interest in the ruins of that country, and in American archaeology. Several 
expeditions for explonition and excavation were, as a result, sent out to 
Yucatan under the core of the Peabody Museum of Cambridge, the expense 
being defrayed by contributions from a few persons. A visit to Honduras, 
in 1890, led to the promulgation of an edict of the Government of Honduras, 
by which the ruins of that country were placed in the charge of the Pea- 
body ^luseum for ten years. Under this edict, several expeditions to the 
ruins of Copan have been sent out by the museum, and have resulted in 



NINTH GENERATION. 945 



placing tho museum in the foremost rank in itd collections illustrating 
American archaeology. 

He is vice-president of the Natural History Society of Boston, a mem- 
ber of the Faculty of the Peabody 3Iuseum, a life member of the American 
Antiquarian Society, of the New England Historic-Genealogical Society, 
of the Essex Institute, and is a member of many other societies and 
clubs, among them the Colonial Society, and the American Academy 
of Arts and Sciences.^ 

44. IX. SoO. Cornelia liockwell, tho -^ifo of Charles P. Bowditch, 
born in Pittsfleld, Mass. 

Mrs. Bowditch is a daughter of Judge Julius and Lucy Forbes ("Walker) 
Rockwell. Her father was one of the justices of the Superior Court of 
Massachusetts, a senator in Congress, and filled various other important 
positions. Her ancestry includes the following families : Rockwell, Capen, 
Norton, AVells, Drake, Moore, Alford, Newton, Huntington, Baret, Rockwell, 
Capen, Lathrop, Scudder, Pratt, Benton, Beebe, Boltwood, Osborne, Marsh, 
Webster, Lyman, Ford, Pitkin, Goodwin, Woodward, Webster, Walker, 
Abell, Deane, Edson, Leonard, Perrin, Ide, Woodruff, Adams. See 
A^-CESTKT Tables ^'y^- 

44. IX. 861. Cliarlotte Bowditcli [Lucy 0. 44. YIII. 4G3], born 
in Boston. Residence: Boston. 

Miss Bowditch is a Avoraan of cultivated taste, and has devoted much 
time to foreign travel, painting, and wood-carving. Her home is in the 
fiimily mansion at Jamaica Plain. 

44. IX. SG2. Lucy Bowditch [Lucy 0. 44. VIII. 4G3], born in 
Boston. 

44. IX. SG3. JiicJifrvd Stone, her husband, born in Newbuvyport, 
Mass. A lawyer. Residences: Boston and ^Innchester, ^lass. 

Mr. Stone, H. C. 18G1, LL.B. ISG.'j, was fitted for Harvard College at 
Dunnner Academy, Byfield, ilass. In the August following his graduation 

» Harvard College Cla.ss Eook of 1SG.3. p. 29; also Harvard University in the War of 
1861-1865, by Francis H. P.rown, :M.D., p. 102. 

60 



940 THE FICKERIXG GENEALOGY. 

ho bociune tlie principal of the Academy at Wcstford, ^lass., wliich position 
lie licM until 18G3. He afterwards spent one year in the oflice of Messrs. 
Chandler, Sliattuek, & Thaj-er, and, Sept. 19, 1800, was admitted to the 
bar. In the same year ho opened an oflice in Boston. In 1871, he formed 
a co-partnersliip with K. M. Mor.^c. Jr., and Charles P. Greenhough. The 
concern di.^solvcd in December, 1S8G. 

Mr. Stone's first wife, whom he married Dec. 30, 18G8, was Frances 
Ik.ott Xewell. She was boin Oct. 10, 1840, and died in Cambridge, Mass., 
July 8, 1870. She was a daugliter of the Rev. Dr. William and Frances 
Boott CWells) Xowell, of Cambridge, Mass. 

iMr. Stone is a son of Richard and Mary Goodwin (Atkins) Stone. Ilis 
father was treasurer of an institution for saving in Newburyport for more 
than a quarter of a century. His ancestry includes the following families: 
Stone, Moody, Atkins. See Axcestky Tables g'fj;- 

44. LX. 863. Eliza IngersoU Bowditcli [Lucy 0. 44. VHI. 463], 
bom in Boston, died in Boston. Residence : Boston. 

Miss Bowdilch for many years of her life was an invalid. She was a 
woman of cultivated tastes, and devoted mucli thought and time to the 
study of gems, of which she had a fine collection. During her father's life 
she lived with him at the family residence, Jamaica Plain, but after his 
death she lived in Boston. 

44. IX. 864. Alfred Bowditcli [Lucy 0. 44. YIII. 403], born in 
"West Roxbury, Mass. Residence : Boston. 

Mr. Bowditch, H. C. 1876, was prepared for Harvard College at Epes 
Sargent Dixwell's scliool in Boston. He spent a year at the Harvard Law 
School, and then entereil his father's oflice, whore he had charge of trust 
estates. Besides these trusts, he is engaged in several business enterprises, 
being the president of the Simonds Rolling ^lochine Co., and a director in 
the Provident Institution for Savings. He has also been a director of the 
West End Street R'ailway Comjiany. He is a manager and treasurer of the 
Boston Asylum and Farm School for Indigent Boys, a charity with which 
his family has long been identified. 



KIXTII GEXERATIOX. 947 



44. IX. SO'4. Mat'ij Louisa Hire, liis \vifc, born in Boston. 

Mrs. llonditcli is a daugliter of George "Woods and Adelaide (Walkoi-) 
Rice, of Boston. Her ancestry includes the following families : Rice, 
Wheeler, Keyes, Wheelock, Rice, ]\Ioore, "Williams, Bangs, Stone, "Walker, 
Tyso, Emory, "Wallace, Cumniings. See Axcestkv Taelks j'^.r. 

44. IX. 8GG. Herbert Knight [Elizabeth P. 44. VIII. 4G7], born in 
Boston. A lawyer. Residence : Milwaukee, Wis. 

Mr. Knight was educated at the Lehigh and the Johns IToi)kins Univer- 
sities. He afterwards spent a year in New York City as a civil engineer, 
and then returned to ]\lilwaukec, and studied law. Since his aduii.ssion to 
the bar, he has practised law in Milwaukee. 

44. IX. 8G7. Arthiir Knight [Elizabeth V. 44. VIII. 4GT], born in 
Boston. An artist. Residence : Milwaukee, Wis. 

The preliminary education of Mr. Knight was obtained in Lancaster, 
Pa., and at Baltimore, ^Id. He afterwards spent three years in study at 
the Students' Art League, in Xew York City. He then went to Paris, 
where he passed two years in study at the Julien and other art schools in 
that city. 

44. IX. 8G8. Margaret Kniglit [Elizabeth P. 44. VIII. 467], born 
in Boston. 

44. IX. SGS. Charles Sjirague Forsyth, her husband, bom in 
Mobile, Ala. A superintendent of the William Becker Leather Company. 
Residence : ]\Iilwaukee, Wis. 

Mr. Fors)"th is a son of Colonel Charles j\Ieigs and Laura (Sprague) 
Forsyth. His father is a cotton-broker, the editor of the Mobile Register, 
and is of Revolutionary descent. His ancestry includes the following 
families: Forsyth. Graham, Hume, Orr, Johnston, ^Mcigs, Hull, Sprague. 
See AxcESTi-.Y TAr.r.Es 5'^j,. 

45. IX. 870. Ellen Gellibrand Ropes [William II. 45. VIII. 4G9], 
bom in St. Petersburg, Russia. 

Mrs. Trask resided in St. Petersburg until 1854, and afterwards in 
England and France. She was for many years actively engaged in 



948 THE PICKEUING GENEALOGY. 

benevolent work in connection with the Enghsh and French chiuches 
in AvTanchcs, France. 

45, IX. S70. Charles Hooper Trask, her husband. 
Mr. Trask's first wife was his second wife's aunt. For an account of 
him see pa^^es Gj8-G5'J. 

45. IX. 871. Mary Emily Ropes [William H. 45. VIII. 469], born 
in St. Petersburg, Russia. Residence : London, Eng. 
Miss Ropes is constantly engaged in literary work. 

45. IX. 872. Louisa. Harriot Ropes [William H. 45. VIII. 469], 
born in St. Petersburg, Russia. 

Mrs. Cattley is remarkable for her musical tastes and talent. 

45. IX. S73. Edivard Abbs Cattley, her husband, born in England. 
Residence : St. Petersburg, Russia. 

Mr. Cattley is engaged In busines.s in St. Petersburg. 

He is a son of Edward H. Cattley, who w^as formerly of St. Petersburg. 
AxcESTKY Tables ^j^j. 

45. IX. 873. William Hall Ropes [William H. 45. VIII. 469], born 
in St. Petersburg, Russia. A merchant. Residence: Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Mr. Ropes lived in St. Petersburg until 1854, when his family went 
abroad, and stayed on the Continent of Europe for about a year and a 
lialf, and then they settk-d in England, where he was educated. In 1864, 
he returned to St. Petersburg, and entered the ofiice of ]\Iessrs. W. Ropes & 
Co. In 1872, he came to the United States, and remained here i;ntil 1884, 
wlien lie returned to St. Petersburg, and lived there until 1892. He then 
came back to this country, where he still remains. lie is a member of the 
firm of W. Ropes & Co. 

45. IX. Sio. Annie Chapin, his wife, born in Fall River, Mass. 
Jlrs. Ropes is a daughter of William C. and Sarah (Barton) Chapin. 
He is a manufacturer of Lawrence, Mass., and Providence, R. I. Axcestkv 

TaBLES j'yj. 

45. IX. 874. Ailie Elizabeth Ropes [William H. 45. VIIL 469], 
born in St. Petersburg, Russia. Residence : London, Eng. 



NIXTH GEXERATION. 949 



45. IX. 874^. Cliaiirs Edauiril Baines liecil, her husband, born in 
London, Eiig., died in Pontresina, Engadine, Switzerland. A congrega- 
tional minister. Kcsidouce : London. 

Mr. Reed was a graduate and scholar of Trinity College, Eng. From 
1871 to 1874, he was the pastor of a society at Warminster, Wiltshire, 
Eng., and, from 1875 until his death, in 1884, he was secretary of the 
British and Foreign ]?iblo Society. In 1883, he made a visit, in the interest 
of this society, to Russia, Bulgaria, and other eastern countries. 

Mr. Reed was a son of Sir Cliarks and JIargarct (Baiuos) Reed. His 
father, who was a member of Parliament, and chairman of the London 
School Ijoard, was of Karlsraead, Tottenham, Eng. AxcEsxity Tai^les jW. 

45. IX. 875. Charles Joseph Hardy Ropes [William II. 45. YIII. 
469], born in St. Petersburg, Russia. A minister. Residence: Bangor, 
Maine. 

Professor Ropes, Yale, 1872, D.D. 1894, Bowdoin, D.D. 1894, was pastor 
of the Congregational Church, at Ellsworth, Maine, from 1877 to 1881. In 
1881, he became professor in the Bangor Theological Seminary, which 
position he still fills. He has travelled all over Europe. 

45. IX. S7o. Annie Murv'ui Ladd, his wife, born in Boston. 

Mrs. Ropes is a daughter of Edward Homer and Julia Elizabeth 
(Marvin) Ladd, of Westfield, N. J. 3Iary Ladd [45. VII. SSS] is her 
grandaunt. Her ancestry includes the following ftimilies: Ladd, Tomp- 
kins, Allen, Bacon, Gray, Lettice, Church, Tucker, Gardiner, Haskins, 
Cook, Larason, Upham, Wood, Mellens, Dexter, Hill, Long, Bicknell, 
Metcalf, Waite, Hills, Oakes, Sargent, Chipman, Ilowland, Tilley, 
Gushing, Pitcher, Ilawke, Thaxter, Jacob, Bromfield, Danforth, Wilson, 
Fletcher, Cushing, Pitcher, Hawke, Thaxter, Jacob, Goodale, Marvin. 
See An"ckstrt Tablks ^'^^f* 

45. IX. 876. Ernest Edward Ropes [William H. 45. VIII. 469], 
born in St. Petersburg, Russia. A merchant and manufacturer. Resi- 
dence: St. Petersburg. 

Mr. Ropes, who has a strong turn for mechanics, after various experi- 



950 THE nCKEniNG GEXE^iLOGY. 



ments, siicceetlod in CBtublishing at St. Petersburg the PotrofVsky Oil Works 
of W. Ropes &. Co., wliicli are in successful operutiou. IIo is the present 
representative of the firm in that city. 

lie is a member of the Council of the British and American Church in 
St. Petersburg', and, as such, was a member of the Famine Relief Com- 
mittee who undertook the distribution of the money and flour sent by the 
people of the United States to the stiu-ving Russian peasants in the winter 
of 1890. 

45. IX. S76. JIaria Yadcifja LnkashevitcJi, his wife, born in 
Odessa, Russia. 

Mrs. Ropes is a daughter of Elias and Kathenne (Ol.sen) Lukashevitch. 
lie is a merchant, of St. Petersburg, Russia. Ance.stuv Tables g'f^,. 

45. IX. 878. Arthur Reed Ropes [William H. 45. VIII. 4G9], born 
in Lewisham, Kent, Eng. An author. Residence : London, Eng. 

Mr. Ropes is 3I.A. of Cambridge University, Eng., B.A. of London 
University, Scholar and Fello^v of King's College, Cambridge. He Avas 
the examiner in Historical Tripos, 1891, 1892, and the examiner for India 
Civil Service, 1892. He is the author of Poems [1SS3] ; and of a sketch of 
European IIi.->tory [S.P.C.K.]. He edited Letters of Lady Mary Wortley 
Montague [Seeley & Co., 1891]. He is a dramatic author, luider the 
name of "Adrian Ross," and a joint author of burlesque operas. 

45. IX. 883. Cliarles Hooper Trask [Martha R. 45. YHI. 475], 
born in New York City. A farmer. Residence : ]\Iorristown, X. J. 

Mr. Trask entered Columbia College, N. Y., but left his class before 
completing the course. 

45. IX. SS3. Irene Emerson Hansom, his wife, born in Albany, 
N. Y. 

Sirs. Trask is a daughter of Samuel H. and Virginia (Sanford) Ransom. 
lie is a stove manufacturer, of Albany, X. Y. Axcfstkv Tables s^^q,,. 

45. IX. 884. Wiinam Ropes Trask [Martha R. 45. VIII. 475], 
born in Xew York. A lawyei-. Residence: lioston. 
Mr. Trask, II. C. 1885, practises law iu Boston. 



^'IXTIl GE2iERAT10N. 95 1 



45. IX. 887. James Hardy Ropes [^yilliam L. 45. VIII. 483], born 
in Salem. 

Mr. Ropes, II. C. 1889, Andover Theological Seniiimiy, 1803, was in 
the service of the United States Geological Survey for six months after 
leaving college. While at the Theological Seminary he sjiont a part of the 
summer vacations as Assistant Geologist on the same Survey. From 1893 to 
1895 he held a Fellowship from the Andover Theological Seminary, during 
which time he was engaged in theological study in Germany at the univer- 
sities of Kiel, Halle, and IJerlin. He returned to this country in Septem- 
ber, 1895, since which time he has been instructor in New Testament 
Criticism and Intt-riiretation in the Harvard Divinity School. 

In 189(3 he published at Leipzig a , small book "Die Spriiche Jesu die 
in don kanonischen Evangelien nicht iiberliefert sind." 

4G. IX. 888. Julia Ann Little [Mary E. 46. VIIl. 490], born in 
Exeter, X. H. 

46. IX. 8SS. George Gil man. Larhhi, her husband, born in "West 
Amcsbury. A merchant. Residence : Merrimac, Mass. 

Mr. Larkin is a son of Oliver and Mary (Gilman) Larkin. His father 
was a carriage manufacture!', of West Amesbury. His ancestry includes 
the following families: Larkin, Harvey, Gilman, Webster, Lyford, James. 
See ^\js-ci:sTRT Tables ^'fy 

46. IX. 889. G-eorge Francis Little [:Mary E. 46. VIIL 490]. 

Mr. Little enlisted, June 24, 1861, for three years, in Company E, of 
the Fom-teenth Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry. He was afterAvards 
promoted to be sergeant. 

46. IX. 890. Caroline Elizabeth Little [Mary E. 46. VIIL 490], 
born in 3Vaterville, Maine, died in Lunenburg, Mass. 

46. IX. SOO. Isaac Jones, her husband, born in AVilrnington, Mass., 
died in Lunenburg, Mass. A carriage dealer. Residence : Lunenburg. 
He was a son of Joab Jones, of Wilmington. Axcestky Tables ^'^-j. 

46. IX. 892. John Henry Little [:\rary E. 46. VIIL 490], born in 
Haverhill, Mass. A carriage-painter. Residence : ilerrimac, Mass. 



952 THE riCKEinXG GENEALOGY. 

Mr. Little eiilistid, Doc. 30, 18G3, in C'onipauy H, Fifty-Seventh 
Massachusetts Vohmteor Iiituntry. lie ^vas in tlio battles of the "Wilder- 
ness, 8pott.s}lvaiiia, and Fort Stednian. He received his discharge July 
30, 1865. 

46. IX. S02. FAlen Maria lioijdcn, his wife, born in Conway, Mass. 
Mrs. Little is a daughter of John and Alni^ra Augusta (Bardwell) 
Boy den. lie is a fanner, of Conway, Mass. Ancestry Tables ^^q. 

46. IX. 895. GeorgG Henry Swasey [George H. 4G. VJII. 494], 
born in Newburyport^ Mass. A diy-goods dealer. Residence : Rochester, 
Minn. 

46. IX. SOo. mien May Payne, his wife, born in Dansville, N. Y. 

Mrs. Swasey is a daughter of Dexter Chauncey and Margaret Ann 
(McAuley) Payne. He is a prominent citizen, of Rochester, Minn. Her 
ancestry includes the following families : Payne, Bushnell, Kinney, Cady, 
McAuley, Brown. See Ancestry Tablls g'-jj. 

46. IX. 897. Emma Amanda Ropes [Benjamin H. 46. YIII. 498], 
born in Roxljury, Mass., died in Brookline, ^Mass. 

46. IX. 807. Edu'ard Younr/, her husband, born in Roxbury, Mass., 
died in Brookline, Mass. Residence : Brookline. 

Mr. Young was a member of the firm of Edward Young & Son, of 
Boston, engaged in the shoe finding business. 

He was a son of John Dexter and Elizabeth (Potter) Young. His 
father was a merchant, of Roxbury. Ancestry Tables -^f-^. 

46. IX. 898. Benjamin Elson Ropes [Benjamin H. 46. VIII. 498], 
born in Roxbury, Mass., died at Port Louis, Isle of Mauritius. 

Mr. Ropes was one of the crew of the bark Oliver Putnam, wliich was 
commanded by Captain Smith, of Xowburyport, I^Iass. She sank in the 
Indian Ocean, and !Mr. Ropes and six others of the crew were in an open 
boat for twenty-one days on a short allowance of food and water. They 
were picked up by a French vessel, and cairied to Port Louis; but Mr. 
Ropes died from the exposure. 



NIXTII GEXERATIOX. 953 



4G. IX. 899. George Francis Ropes [Benjumin II. 4G. VIll. 498], 
born ill Koxbiiry, Mass. 

Mr. Ropes, durlni,^ the civil war, was sergeant of Company A, Forty- 
second Regiment, Massaclmsotts ^'olunteer Infantry, threc-uionths' men. 

46. IX. 809. , his wife. 

An'cestry Tablks j'jj. 

46. IX. 904. Harvey Pnsheo Ropes [Charles K 46. VIII. 490], 
died at Cairo, 111. 

Mr. Ropes, during the civil war, was a member of Company II, Thir- 
teenth Regiment of the United States Infantry, having enlisted at Fayette 
County, Iowa. 

46. IX. 905. Lucy Maria Ropes [Charles B. 4G. YIII. 499], born 
in Woodstock, X. H. 

46. IX. 90J. William Dewey, her husband, born in New Richmond, 
Ind. A farmer. Residence : Eldorado, Iowa, 

Mr. Dewey is a son of Richard and Catherine (Kincaid) Dewey. 
Thomas Dewey [46. IX. 90S'\ is liis brother. ^Vxcestry Tai-.i-es v^-^. 

46. IX. 90G. Charles Francis Ropes [Charles B. 4G. YIII. 499], 
born in Hill, N. H. A clerk and plasterer. Residence : Eldorado, Iowa. 

46. IX. 906'. Blixahetli iJavis, his first wife, born in Wan-en 
County, Ind., died in Eldorado, Iowa. 

Mrs. Ropes was the daughter of the Rev. and Hannah (]\Ioore) 

Davis. He was an United Brethren minister. A^•cESTRY Tablks ^'^j'- 

46. IX. 90G-. J£ar>/ lioberts, liis second wife, born in Shelby, Ohio. 
Mrs. Ropes is a daughter of John and !J[argaret (^FcKing) Roberts. 
AxcESTKT Tablks j'^gi- 

4G. IX. 907. Richard Baxter Ropes [Charles B. 46. VIII. 499], 
born in Hill, X. II. A house-mover. Residence: Onawa, Iowa. 

46. IX. 907- Belle Easton, his wife, born in Newtown, Long Island, 
N. Y. 



951 THE PICKERIXG GENKALOGY. 

Mrs. Kopes is u daughter of Jonatliau and Harriett (Floldor) Easton. 

4G. IX. 908. ■ Mary Anna Duncan Ropes [Charles B. 4G. VIII. 
499], born in Hill, N. II. 

46. IX. 90S. Thomas JJeweij, her husband, born in New Richmond, 
Ind. A fiiriuer. Residence : Ceresco, Neb. 

Mr. Dewey is a sou of Richard and Catherine (Kincaid) Dewey. 
William Dtirri/ [40. IX. OOol; is his brother. Axci-.stkv Tables ^'j j. 

47. IX. 915. Cliarles Cunimings [Hannah E. 47. VIII. 502], bora 
in Chocohiy, Mich. A civil cnj^ineer. Residence : Marquette, Mich. 

Mr. Cummuigs graduated at Andierst College in 1886. 

47. IX. 91o. Frances Ella Christian, his Avife. 

A^"CKSTKY TaHLKS ^i|5,. 

47. IX. 921. Leverett Smith Ropes [Julius 47. VIII. 506], bora 
in Ishpeming, Mich. A mining engineer. Residence: Dillard, Ga. 

Mr. Ropes graduated at tlio Michigan Mining School, and received the 
degree of S.B. In 1805, he was superintendent of the Corundum mines. 

47. IX. 021. lUeanor Husk Deal, his wife. 

Mrs. Ropes is a daughter of the Rev. John xVrchibald and Cornelia Ann 
(Fitch) Deal. He is an Episcopal priest. Ancestuy Taelus s^-fj,,. 

47. IX. 927. Elsie Miriam Sheldon [Ellen 47. VIII. 509], born in 
Humboldt, Mich. 

47. IX. 027. Leandcr Theodore Turner, her husband, born in 
French Camp, Cal. A lawyer. Residence: Seattle, Washington. 

Mr. Turner graduated at the University of Michigan in 18S8. 

He is a son of Garrison and Elizabeth Jane (Starr) Turner. His father 
is a grain-dealer, of Modesto, Cal. Anckstky Taf-les ^jj,,,. 

47. IX. 93:;. Edward Delhonde Ropes [Edward D. 47. VIII. 
517], born in Salem. A merchant. Residence: New York City. 



NIXTJI GEyERATTOX. 955 

Mr. Hopes was the United Stutcs Coib^ul at Zanzibiu- from 18S8 to 
1801. 

47. IX. OJj. Mai'ion Ulinor Igoa, his wife, born in Providence, 
K. I. 

]\Irs. Ropes is a daug-hter of Martin and Mary Ward (Sweeney) Igoa. 
He was formerly a mill agent, of Providence. ^U-cestuy Tables 5^5 j„. 

48. IX. 044. Robert Charles Winthrop [Eliza C. 48. VIII. 534], 
born in Boston. Pesidence: Buslon. 

'Mr. Wintln-op, H. C. 18.")4, M-as prepared for college at Phillips 
Academy, Andover. lie studied law, and, in 1857, he was admitted to 
the Sutlblk Bar; but he never practised his profession. He afterwards 
went to Euroi>e, where he resided many years. He has long been an active 
member of the Massachusetts Historical Society, and a frequent contributor 
to its printed proceedings. Under the auspices of that society, he has taken 
a prominent i)art in editing several volumes of Colonial and Provincial 
Papers, and is still engaged in this work, as well as in genealogical 
pursuits. 

48. IX. 944^- Frances Piclceriiif/ Adams, his fust wife, born in 
Boston, died in Rome, Italy, of consimiption. 

Mrs. Winthrop was a daughter of Benjamin and Louisa Ann (Walter) 
Adams. He was a merchant, of Boston. Her ancestry includes the fol- 
lowing families: Adams, Pettingell, Ingcrsoll, Longfellow, Sewall, Hunt, 
Dummer, Archer, Pearson, Fosdick, ^^'alter, Mather, Holt, Cotton, Day, 
Abbot, Boylston, Gardner, Smith, Lynde, Digby, Newgate, Browne, 
Smith, Curwen, Herbert, Bowles, Heath, Eliot, ]\Iountfort, Willet, Checkley, 
Scottow, !Minshidl, Wright, Wever, Wathall, Alvarez, Hudson, Staunton. 
See AxcESTUY T.vi!i.i:.s ^'-^91. 

48. IX. 944'- Elh:ahetJi Mason, his second wife, born in Boston. 

Mrs. Winthrop is a daughter of Robert Means and Sarah Ellen (Francis) 
Mason. Auna Sophia Lyman Mason [53. \'III. G33'\ and Elizabeth Francis 
Bowditch [50. IX. 1000'] are her cousins. Her ancestry includes the fol- 
lowing families : Mason, Peck, Denison, Weld, Ilobart, Dewey, Whiting, 



956 THE PICKERING GENEALOGY. 

St. John, CI Ilk, Fitcli, Mason, Peck, Sherwood, Denison, Borack4, Lay, 
Stanton, riOril, Gardner, Cleans, ^McGregor, Gargil, Boyd, Francis, Cooper, 
Sjiarliawk, Angier, Wliitmore, Park, Filiot, Saunders, Peirce, Wood, Thorn- 
dike, Patch, Batchelder, Morgan, Trask, Davis. See Ancestry Tables j'f j,. 

48. IX. 91^. John Winthrop [Eliza C. 48. VIII. 534], born in 
Boston, died in Stockljridge, Mass. Residence : Stockhridge. 

Mr. Wintlirop, II. C. 1SG3, was fitted for college by Mr. Thomas G. 
Rrudf'ird, of Boston. After leaving college, he removed to Stockbridgo 
•\vhero he engaged in farming and stock-raising on a large scale. He was 
for thirty years one of the leading citizens of the town, filling various posi- 
tions of public trust ; and he also represented the Fifth Berkshire District in 
the General Court.^ 

4S. IK. OiG. Isabella Coirpland Weyman, his wife, born in New 
York. 

Mrs. Winthrop is the eldest daughter of John We}Tnan, of New York 
City. Ancestry Tables ^■^■^■ 

48. IX. 951. John Winslow Cabot [Frederick S. 48. VIII. 535], 
born in New York City. 

48. IX. 5/7i. Emma Louisa TJft/iO*, his wife, died in Hyde Park, 111. 
Mrs. Cabot Avas a daughter of Hiram and Catherine (Andrews) Baker. 

An'ckstky Tables a'^j- 

48. IX. 953. Marian Cabot [Francis 48. VIII. 537]. 
For an account of her, sec page 723. 

48. IX. 0o3. James Jackson Putnam, her husband. 
His number in direct descent is [54. VIII. 646]. For an account of 
liim, see page 723. 

48. IX. 954. Francis Higginson Cabot [Francis 48. VIII. 537], 
born in Brattleborongh, Vt. A commission merchant. Residence : West 
Brighton, Staten Island, N. Y. 

> Harvard Collego Class Book of 1SC3, p. 198 ; and the Boston Evening Transcript of 
Thursday, Sept. 19, 1895. 



NIXTH GEXERATIOX. 957 

Mr. Cabot entered llarvard College in June, 1S77, but, owing cliieily to 
trouble with liis eyes, was obliged to forego his college course, lie re- 
moved to New York City about 1881, and has since re.sided in that city 
and its vicinity. About the year 1889, he became a member of the firm of 
W. L. Strong & Co., dry-goods commission merchants, of New York City, 
with which firm he is still connected. 

48. IX. Oo4- Maud Bonner, his wife, born in New York City. 

Mrs. Cabot is a daughter of George T. and Isabel (Sewell) 15onner. 
ITcr father is a retired broker, of West Brighton, N. Y. Axckstrt 
Tables j^j,. 

48. IX. 955. Louisa Storrow Ca"bot [Francis 48. VIII. 557], bom 
in Brookline, Mass. 

48. IX. 9o5. John Bichardson, her husband. A commission mer- 
chant. Residence : Newton, ]\Iass. 

Mr. Richardson is a son of John and Charlotte Sullivan (Blood) Rich- 
ardson. His ancestry includes the following families : Richardson, Champ- 
ney, Swan, Pratt, Swan, Palfrey, Holden, Fosdick, Chenery, Stratton, 
Traine, Bemis, Harrington, George, Livermore, Sherman, Bridge, Dan- 
forth. Bright, Goldstone, Coolidge, Barron, Bovruian, Sherman, Porter, 
Barnard, Fleming, Thaxter, Bond, Biscoe, "\Voolson, Hyde, Spring, Bart- 
lett, Cutting, Bright, Goldstone, Coolidge, Barron, Bowman, Sherman, 
Porter, Barnard, Fleming, Bright, Goldstone, Coolidge, Barron, Bowman, 
Sherman, Porter, Barnard, Fleming, Stone, Stearns, Jones, Reed, Peirce, 
Blood, Blake, Pope, i^rnold, Welland, Smith, Hinckley, Chipman, How- 
land, Tillcy, Skiffe, Chandler, Douglas, Mattle, Raymond, Smith, Bourne, 
Gardiner, Wilemson, King, Ludlam, Church, Warren, Southworth, Collier, 
Paine, Rainsford, Sunderland, Ruggles, Fowle, Curtis, Woodbridge, 
Dudley, White, Cogswell, Thompson, Ilawkes, Hutchinson, Bourne, Skifte, 
Chipman, Howland, Tillcy. See Ancestry Tables tj'^j. 

48. IX. 957. SiTsaii Channing Cabot [Francis 48. VIII. 537], 
born in Brookline, Mass. 



OoS THE PICKK]:IXG GENEALOGY. 

48. W.Do7. Arthur Lyuidu, her luisbruul, born in Waltharu, Jfass. 
A lawyer. Residence: Waltliani. , 

Mr. Lyman, TI. C. 1883, .stiuliecl law in the Harvard Law School and 
with Gaston & Whitney, of Boston. He was admitted to tlie bar in 1887, 
and practises his profession in ]?oston. Ho lias been mayor of Waltham. 

His number in direct descent is [.j1. IX. 1030]. 

48. LX. 050. Frederick Pickering Cabot [Francis 48. VHL 537], 
bom in r.rorikline, Ma>>. A lawyer. Residence: Brookline. 

Mr. Cabot, n. C. 1890, LL.B. 1893, is practising his profession in 
Boston. 

48. IX. 9G3. Chilton Cabot [Follen 48, VIII. 544], born in Cam- 
bridge, Mass. A clerk. Residence : "Waltham, Mass. 

48. IX. DCS. Louit-o Partridge Blcltardson, his Avife, born in 
Cambridge, ^lass. 

Mrs. Cabot is a daughter of Samuel W. and Louise F. (Partridge) 
Richardson, of Concord, Mass. Her ancestry includes the following 
families: Ricliardson, Champncy, Swan, Pratt, Swan, Palfrey, Holden, 
Fosdick, Prentice, Dunston, Bntson, Felch, Prentice, Dmiston, Wycth, 
"Ward, Peivce, Mudge, Shippie, Scripture, Arnold, Partridge. See Ancestry 
Tables ^'^j,,. 

48. IX. 9G5. Follen Cabot [Follen 48. Till. 544], born in Dor- 
chester. A physician. Residence : Xcaa- York City. 

Dr. Cabot graduated at the Harvard Medical School in 1894, and 
practises his profession in New York City. 

48. IX. 90o. Etlith Tiifton JnaJ.e, his wife, bom in Annapolis, Md. 

Mrs. Cabot is a daughter of Lieutenant Charles Follen and ?Iary 
Tufion Haven (Ladd) Dhike. He was li.utoHant-conniiander in the 
United States X"avy. Iler ancestry includes the following families : 
Blake, Ladd, Oilman, Clark, Treworgye, Shapleigh, Oilman, Clark, 
Smith, Maverick, Morse, Sawyer, Brown, Hill, Plaisted, Haven, Moflat, 
Jones. See Ancestry Tables j'^y,,,. 



NINTH GENERATION. 959 

49. IX. 970. John Pickering [John 49. VIII. o4G], born in Salem. 
Kosidonoe : Salem. 

Mr. Pickering', II. C. 1S78, spent two or three years after his gradua- 
tion in travelhng in the Soutli and the West, and since that time he has 
visited Europe. He was for some time a clerk in tlie oflice of John 
Pickering & Moseley, in Poston. 

lie is tlie head of the Pickering faniily, and occupies the old family 
house in Salem, -which lu's been handed down to him from his first 
ancestor. Tlio estate has always beluiiged to a John Pickering-. 

49. IX. 970. Anna Dane Yarney, his wife, born in Salem. 
ller number in direct descent is [13. X. 189]. 

49. IX. 971. Rebecca White Pickering [Henry "W. 49. VIII. 
547], born in Boston. 

49. IX. 071. John Grimes WalL-ev, her husband, born in Hills- 
borough, N. H, A naval officer. Residence: \Yashington, D. C. 

Admiral AValker was appointed a midshipman in the navy from the 
State of Iowa, Oct. 5, 1S50, and graduated at the head of his class at the 
United States Xaval Academy in 1856. He was promoted to passed mid- 
shii)man, June 20, 1856, to master, Jan. 22, 1858, and to lieutenant, Jan. 
23, 1858. During the civil wai' he served on the Atlantic coast blockade 
in the steamer Connecticut, in 1861, and was ti-ansferred to the steamer 
Winona, of the Western Gulf blockading squadron, in 1862. In this 
vessel he participated in the engagements that ended in the capture of 
New Orleans, with the subsequent operations against Yicksburg in 1862. 
He was promoted lieutenant-commander, July 16, 1862, and had connuand 
of tlie river iron-clad, "Baron de Kalb," of the Mississippi Squridron, in 
1862-1SG3, in which he participated in the attacks on Vicksbui'g and 
operations in Yazoo Piver in the winter of 1862-1863, co-operating with 
the army. For these services he was highly commended by Admii-al Porter 
in his report, and also in his " Naval Hi.story of the Civil War." He took 
command of the Naval liattery with cannon from the gunljoats in the 
bombardment of Yicksburg from the rear, which contributed greatly to 



960 THE riCKEIUyCr GENEALOGY. 

the final sunoiulei". After tho fall of that place, ho had commaiul of the 
naval expedition against Yazoo City, in co-operation with five thousand 
troops in transports, resulting in the c;ipture of the place and destruction 
of rehel navy yard, gunhoats, etc. lie commanded the steamer Saco on 
the North Atlantic blockade in 18G4, and the Shawmut in 1.S65, in which 
ho participated in the capture of the forts near 'Wilmington, N. C, and in 
the final operations against Petersburg and Richmond. He was promoted 
and advanced over others for liis ser\-ices during the war to the grade of 
commander, July 2.5, 18GG; served at the Naval Academy in 18GC-18G9, 
and connnanded the frigate Sabine on a special cruise in 18G9-1870. He 
was light-house inspector in 1870-1872, and secretary of the Light-House 
Board in 1873-1878. He was promoted to be captain, June 25, 1877 ; 
appointed chief of the Bureau of Navigation and oflicc of detail, Navy 
Department, Oct. 22, 1881, for four years, and re-appointed in 1885 for a 
second term. He was promoted to the grade of commodore, Feb. 12, 
1889. On Oct. 1, 1889, he hoisted his flog in the "Chicago," as an acting 
rear-admiral, and took command of the newly organized Squadron of 
Evolution. He was sent to Brazil in the summer of 1890, to convey the 
congratulations of tlie American Government and people to the people of 
lirazil, upon the establishment of a republic. He commanded the Euro- 
pean, South Atlantic, and North Atlantic waters, and hauled down his 
flag, May 3, 1893, at the tei'mination of the naval reviews. He was pro- 
moled to the grade of rear-admiral, Jan. 23, 1894, and in !March was 
ordered to the temporary command of the Pacific waters, hoisting his flag 
at Honolulu in the " Philadelphia.'' He was detached from the command 
of the Pacific waters in August, 1894, and soon after became chairman of 
the Light-House Board.* 

Admiral "Walker is a son of Alden and Susan (Grimes) "Walker. His 
family belonged on both sides to the Scotch-Irish colony, so prominent in 
New Hampshire, and is said to have been a descendant of the Rev. George 
Walker, the defender of Londonderry at the time of the siege. The 

' Applcton's Cycloprcdia of American Biography, Vol. VI. p. 32S; United States 
Navy, by Thomas H. S. Hamersly, p. 170 ; also letter of Lieut. Sidney A. Staunton, of 
June 6. 1895. 



NIXTII GEyEBATIOX. 961 



Grimes belongLd to tlie family of Graliamo or Grsenie. The latter name, 
being' pronounced with the broad '"a," was converted by Admiral Walker's 
j^reat-grandfather into Grimes. Axckstkv Tahles j'^^. 

49. IX. 973. Henry Goddard Pickering [Henry W. 40. VIII. 
5i7], bom in Boston. A lawyer. Kesidence: Boston. 

^Ir. Pickering, II. C. ISGiJ, studied for two years in the Harvard Law- 
School. For one year he was in the ofHce of Messrs. Brooks & Ball, 
lawyers, of Boston, and in September, 1872, he was admitted to the 
bar. Since that tiuie he has been iu the practice of his profession in 
Boston. 

49. IX. 975. Eliza Payson Goddard [John 49. VIII. 550], born 
in Parsonfield, Maine, died in Bath, Maine. 

An obituary notice of ^Irs. Beard which appeared in a newspaper at the 
time of her death states that, " She Avas possessed of a i-are combination of 
intellect and affection, of thought and feeling, of gentleness and decision, 
of geniality and reserve, of caution and earnestness, which gave a remark- 
able equipoise to her character." 

49. IX. 07o. Augustus F. Beard, her husband. A minister. 

Dr. Beard, Yale, 1857, graduated at the Union Theological Seminary, 
New York, in 1800. He was temporarily settled in Cape Elizabeth, Maine, 
in 18G0-18G1, whence he removed to Bath, Maine, where he Avas pastor of 
the Central Church for seven years. He removed to Syracuse, N. Y., 
where he was pastor of Plymouth Church for fourteen years. He was 
then called to the pastorate of tlie American Church in Paris, France, and 
to the directorship of missions in France. After three years in this position, 
he was made Corresponding Secretary of the American ^Missionary Associa- 
tion, and had charge of the administration of its educational and missiunary 
work in the South, among the North American Indians, and among the 
Chinese on the Pacific Coast. He was still holding this position in 1895, 
his address being the Bible House, New York City. The degree of D.D. 
was confciTcd on Dr. Beard in 1875. 

AXCKSTKY TaKLF.S j'^J. 



9G2 THE riCK/:j:ixCr genealogy. 



49. IX. 07S. John Heni'y Goddard [John 49. VIll. 550], born in 
Orono, Maine, died in Capo l"21iz;iljcth, Jlaine, of pneumonia. A farmer. 
Residence: Capo Elizabeth. 

J[r. CJoddard, when quite young, went to Carlton, New Brunswick, 
where he had charge of his father's lumber mills. At the breaking out 
of the civil war, he raised a portion of a company, and was commissioned 
first lieutenant of Company E, First Jfaine Cavalry. He was in all the 
engagements of thi.s regiment for two years, when he was honorably 
discharged for disability. When he recovered, he returned to the lumber 
business. All the late years of his life he resided on the family estate at 
Cape Elizabeth, engaged in farming.^ 

49. IX. 97S. Jlildi'cd Dyer, his wife, born in Portland, Maine. 
Residence : Portland. 

Mrs. CI oddard is a daughter of Captain Joseph Webber and Catherine 
Fullington (Slater) Dyer, of Portland. He is a prominent ship-builder. 
AxcKSTiiY Tables j'^g- 

49. IX. 980. Annie White Goddard [John 49. VIII. 550], born 
in Orono, Maine. A music teacher. 

49. IX. DSO. Albert Thom2)tton, her husband, born in Cuba. A 
carpenter. Residence: Cape Elizabeth, Maine. 

Mr. Thompson ia a son of George C. and Hannah (Strout) Thompson. 
His father is a fai-mei', of Cape Elizabeth, ancestry Tables ^^ff. 

49. IX. 984. Henry Goddord Thomas [Elizabeth W. 49. VIII. 
551], born in Portland, Maine, died hi Oklahoma, 0. T. A soldier. Resi- 
dence : Olclahoma. 

General Thomas, Amherst, 1858, became an assistant of the Boys' High 
School of Portland in 1S59. He studied law, and was admitted to the bar 
in 18G1, but did not practice, as ho went at once into the army. He 
recruited a company of the Fifth ]\raine Regiment of Volunteers, became 
its captain, June 24, 18G1, and was in the battle of Bull Run. He was 

* From a newspaper cutting. 



NIX Til GEXERATIOX. 9C3" 



discliargod \\i<^. 2f>, 18GI; was captain of the KlL-venth Tufantry, Aug. 5, 
I SGI; colonel of the Seventy-ninth United States Colored Troops, March 
•JO, 1863; discharg'cd, July 11, 18C3; colonel of the Nineteenth United 
States Colored Troops, Jan. IG, 1864; brevet major, May 12, 1864, for 
gallant and nieritorious ser\'ice in the battle of Spottsylvania, Va. ; brevet 
lieutenant-colonel, July 30, 1864, for gallant and meritorious service in 
front of Petersburg, Va. ; brigadier-general of Volunteers, Nov. 30, 1864 ; 
discharged r.s colonel of the Nineteenth Colored Troops, Dec. 8, 1864; 
brevet colonel and brevet brigadier-general, March 13, 1865, for gallant 
and meritorious service during the Avar; brevet major-general of Volun- 
teers, March 13, 1SG5, for gallant and meritorious services during the 
war; mustered out as brigadier-general of Volunteers, Jan. 15, 1866; 
transfen-ed to the Twentieth Infantry, Sept. 21, 18G6; major of the Forty- 
first Infantry, July 28, ISGG; declined the position of major of the Fourth 
Infantry, Oct. 22, 1876 ; transferred to tlie pay department, May 23, 1878. 
He was retired, Jul}^ 2, 1801, at his owu request, after over thirty years of 
service. 

General Thomas was the first regular officer to accept a colonelcy of 
colored troops. He was formerly a resident of Portland, Maine; but he 
removed to Oklahoma City, where he became president of the National 
Building & Loan Association, and director of the Oklahoma National Bank 
and of the Water Company of the city.^ 

49. IX. 9S4. Ellen JRehecca Webster, his wife. 

AxcE.STRY Tables a'-g-j. 

49. IX. 985. William Widgery Thomas [Elizabeth W. 49. VIII. 
651], born in Portland, !Maine. 

Mr. Thomas, Bowdoin. 1860, began to study law immediately on 
graduating. Early in 1862, he was appointed vice-consul general at 
Constanlinoyde, and was soon after acting consul at Galatz, Moldavia, 
receiving tlie special thanks of the department of state for his services. 

* Corapletc Regular Army Register for One Ilumlrcil Years, hj- Thomas H. S. 
Hamersly, p. SOj; also Appleton's Cyelopredia of American Biography, Vol. VI. p. 82. 



9(14 TIIK riCKERING GENEALOGY. 



Eiirly ill 1SG3, he liccauio (.'onsul at Cloilieuburg, Sweden. In ISG'5, he 
returneJ homo, ami resumed his K-gal i^ludies at the Caudnidge Law School, 
and was admitted to the bnr, KottHn^'; in the practice of his profession at 
Portland. In ISfif), having- been appointed on the commission for the 
settlement of the public lands of Main ■, he suggested, by report, a plan for 
founding a Swedish colony, which ■was adopted by the Legislature. As 
commissioner of inuuigration, he sailed, early in 1870, for Sweden, whore 
ho gathered a (;olony of fifty ])crsons, and, on his return the same year, he 
established the colony of New Sweden, in Aroostook County. This colony 
now contains over two thousand persons. 

lie represented Portland in the Legislature of 1873-1875, and was 
speaker of the House the la'^t two terms. In 1879, he was a member 
of the State Senate; but he declined a second nomination. lie was a 
delegate to the National PepubHcan Convention of 1880. 

He translated and published " Tlie Last Athenian," from the Swedish of 
Victor Rydbcrg. lie is also the author of " Sweden and the Swedes." 

In 1873, he was appointed lecturer in Bovrdoin College on the Scan- 
dinavian language, and instructor in tlie SAvedlsh language; but he 
declined the position. In ISSo, he was appointed United States Minister 
to Sweden and Norway, and in 1889, Envoy Extraordinary and Minister 
Plenipotentiary to those countries. lie is a member of the Maine His- 
torical Society.^ 

49. IX. OSo. T>afjmar Elisabeth Tornebladh, tlie wife of William 
W. Thomas, born in Kalmar, Sweden. 

Mrs. Thomas is a daughter of Henrik Eagnav and i\raria Elisabeth 
(Siljcstrom) Tornebladh. Her father is a knight and nobleman, member 
of the Upper IIou.so Swedish Jiiksdag, Siockholm. She belongs to a very 
old Swedish f^-iniily, TOrne (meaning Thorn), Avhich was ennobled in 1719, 
under the name Turnebladh (bladh meaning leaf). The exact title of the 
men of this family is Piiddare och Adelsman, — knight and nobleman. The 

* History of Bowdoin College, ]>. I'm; ApiilotOTi's Cycloprtdiacf American Biography, 
Vol. VI. p. 82; and articles from time to time in tlie newspapers of tlie day. 



NINTH GENERATION. 965 



ladio:5 are tuMrosscd as Hennes Nad, equal to Her Grace. For an account 
of their niarriajj^e, see the rorthiud Press of Oct. 31, 1887. Ancestky 

49. IX. OSG. Elias Thomas [Elizabctli W. 49. VIII. 551], probaLly 
boni ill Portland, Maine. A inercl.ant. Residence : Portland. 

Jlr. Thomas is said to have been a representative in the Maine 
Lcgislatiu'e. 

49. IX. OSG. Helen M. Broivn, his wife. 
AxcESTRY Tables 3-99. 

49. IX. 988. Eliza Payson Thomas [Elizabetli W. 49. VIII. 551], 
born in Portland, Elaine, died in Portland. 

49. IX. OSS. Etlwayd Clarence Jordan, her husband, born in 
Deering, Maine. A civil engineer. Residence : Portland, Maine. 

Mr. Jordan, Union, 1868, was, from that year to 1873, a civil engineer 
on the Central and Northern Pacific Railroad. Since 1873, lie has been in 
general practice in Portland. His pi'ofessional work has taken him over 
most of the United States, especially on the Pacific coast and in the 
territories. He is a member of the Society of American Engineers ; and 
was president for four years of tlie Maine State Board of Health. He has 
been a member of the American I'ublic Health Association, and in 1892 
was city engineer of Portland. 

Mr. Jordan's second wife, whom he married Feb. 28, 1882, is Marcia 
DoAv Bradbury. She was born in Eastport, ]\Iaine, Feb. G, 1855, and is a 
daughter of the Hon. Bion and Alice (Williams) Bradbury, of Portland. 

]\Ir. Jordan is a son of Samuel and Eunice Quimby (Seal) Jordan. His 
ancestry includes tiie following families: Jordan, Winter, Tristram, Bray, 
Woodljury, ^laxwell, Loach, Seal. See Axcestky Tables j-^j. 

49. IX. 993. Anson Morrill Godclard [Cliarles W. 49. Till. 554], 
born in Auburn, Elaine. A lawyer. Residence: Augusta, JIaine. 
Mr. Goddard, Bowdoin, 1882, is city solicitor of Augusta. 



OGG THE PICKERING GENEALOGY. 



49. IX. DO K Uca I'lciru GlUUlcn, liis wile, born in Augusta, 
Jlaiue. 

]^rrs. Go'ldiird is a daugliler of Jercuiiali "Wakefield and Elizabeth Jane 
(Jackson) (jlidden. Ho is a box manufiicturer, of Augusta, Maine. 
Ancestky Taulks ^^X'* 

49. IX. rtj.l. Morrill Goddard [Charles AY. 40. VIII. 554], born in 
Auburn, ]\r;iino. A journalist. 

I\[r. Goddard is asi^istant managing editor of the New York World. 

40. IX. 0'J6. Rowena Goddard [Charles W. 49. VIII. 554], born in 
Portland, Maine. 

49. IX. OOG. Lciijh Wentwoith C/iambevUn, her husband, born iu 
Boston. A hn>' .:-tudvjni,. lijsJdence: Uostcn. 

Mr. Chaniberlin graduated at Harvard College in 1890. 
He is a son of Eloazer Davis and Margaret Ella (Memll) Chamberlin, 
of Boston. AxcESTRT Tables ^'^xn- 

50. IX. lOOa Richard SuUivaii Fay [Catherine S. 50. VIII. 555], 
born iu Boston, died at sea. A treasurer. Residences : JJoston and Lynn, 
j\[as3. 

Jlr. I'ay vras educated for Harvard College, but from ill health he gave 
lip bis studies, and went South, where he lived some years, being at one 
time a clerk in a prominent firm of Savannah, Ga. On his return to Bos- 
ton, he entered the banking house of Fay, Mudge, & Atwood. He after- 
ward gave up this position to accept the treasurership of the Middlesex 
Jlills, whicli ofiice he held for about twenty-five years. He was also 
the treasin-cr of the Lake Superior Iron Company and the Champion 
Iron Compjiuy, and was a director in a number of other manufactur- 
ing, mercantile, and l)ankiiig corporations. He was also a director in 
several charitable associations. He had at intervals of his life travelled 
extensively abroad.' 

' The Boston Post and Boston Gazette of :March 11, 1SS2, aud the Boston Daily 
Advertiser for March 15, 1SS2. 



^■JXTJl GEXKIIATION. 967 



50. IX. 1000. EUr:abi til J'rancis Howditcli, his wife, born m Bos- 
ton. Ivesidonce : Boston. 

Her secoiul husband, Avhom slic ninrricd July 11, 1891, is Gardiner 
Greene ILunmond. lie was born in Buston, Nov. 20, 1832, and is a son 
of Samuel and Susannah Chirke (Greene) Hammond, of Boston. His first 
wife was Eli/.abetli Crowninshield Mifllin. 

Mrs. Ilanuiiond is a daughter of Nathaniel Ing-ersoll and I^lizabeth 
Brown (Francis) Bowditch. Her father was a distinguislied conveyancer, 
of Boston. Joji'i.tJtaii L/gersoU Boirditvh [44. YIII. -/6'J] was her uncle, and 
Elizabeth Ma.son [48. IX. 044-''\ is li^r cousin. Ilc)- ancestry includes the 
following families: Bowditch, Gardner, Frier, Portci-, Turner, Hill, Roberts, 
Kitchen, Saunders, Wold, Clap, ]Mitchclson, Bushell, Ingersoll, Felton, 
Coomes, Haskct, Lnngdon, Gardner, Frier, Orne, Browne, Weld, Clap, 
j\Iitchelson, Bushell, Ingersoll, Felton, Coomes, Hasket, Langdon, Gardner, 
I'rier, Orne, Browne, "Weld, Clap, Mitclielson, Bushell, Hodges, Phippen, 
Wood, Williams, Skerry, ]\Iannlng, C.illey, Webb, Bray, Collins, Cockerill, 
Francis, Cooper, Sparhawk, Angier, Whitmore, Park, Eliot, Saunders, 
Peirce, Wood, Thorndike, Patch, Batchelder, Morgan, Trask, Davis. See 

AXCESTRT Taf.LFS ^'^J. 

50. IX. 1001. Katharine Fay [Catherine S. 50. VIII. 555], born 
in Boston. 

50. IX. 1001. Hent'u Sidney Everett, her husband, born in Charles- 
town, Mass. A man of leisure. Residence : Washington, D. C. 

Mr. Everett, II. C. 1855, was prepared for college by Samuel Eliot. 
After graduation, he studied engineering at the Lawrence Scientific School, 
and practised his profession for some time on the water works in 15rooklyn, 
N. Y. He tlien spent several years in Enrope. Returning, he was ap- 
pointed ou Go\-ernor Andre^v's staff, Avith the rank of major. During the 
latter part of the war he served on General Saxlon's staff. He was 
appointed Secretary of Legation at Berlin in 1877, He resigned in 1884, 
and, in 1885, he was appointed Chief of the Diplomatic Bureau, Depart- 
ment of State. He resigned in 1889, since which time he has continued 
to reside at Washington, D. C. 



9G8 Tin: l-ICKERING GENEALOGY. 



Mr. Kvoivtt i:< Ji ?'0n of the lion. IMwurd and (,'liarlotte Gray (Brooks) 
Everett, oi' l*>o.ston. lli.s I'allicr was a cli.^tinguiblied statesman. Sltcjihcrd 
Brooks [53. \'lll. 6'J7] i.s liis cousin, and J-llcanor JJiouka [1. X. -?J] is liis 
lirst cousin oui-e removed. 3 lis ancestry includes tlic following- families: 
Everett, l'ej)per. Brown, Sreveius, Hill, Brooks, Atkinson, Ijoylston, 
Ciardnor, bmitli, Ijoutwell, Kendall, Brown, Sherman, "Woodbury, ]Jodge, 
Cotton, llawkridgc, Ivossitev, 8alton>t:il!, Gurdon, "Wartl, Edmonds, Gor- 
liam, Ilowland, Tilley, Otis, Gardner, Frier, Starbuck, Keynokks, Coffin, 
Tlicmber, Stevens, Soley, Shute, Yiall, Collin, Thembcr, Stevens, Sever- 
ance, Gayer, Starbuck, IJeyiiold?, Call, Ivettell, AVard, Walle, Stimpson, 
Sweotser, Wigglesworth, ^^'yer, Johnson, Johnson, Maverick, Harris. See 
AxcrsTKT TAr.T.i:s j^^x- 

50. IX. 10U2. Elizaboth Pickmaii Fay [Catherine S. 50. VIII. 
555], born in l^ostou. 

50. IX. 700.3. Jleiir;/ JliUs Parlcer, her husband, born in X^ew 
Yoi'k City, died in Xew York City. A lawyer. Residence : New York 
City. 

Mr. Parker attended Colr.muia College, and afterwards studied law. 

lie Avas a son of "\\'illiani Brown and Margaret E. (Hills) Paiker, of 
Xew York City. A>;cr..sTi;v Tables -j'^^-. 

50. IX. 1003. William Pickman Fay [Catherine S. 50. VIII. 555], 
born in Boston, died in Boston, of rheumatic fever. Residence : Boston. 

50. IX. 1003. Sarah Licermore Abbott, his wife, born in Lowell, 
Mas.*?. 

Mrs. Fay is a daughter of the Hon. Josiah Gardner and Caroline 
(Livermore) Abbott. Her father was a prominent lawyer, of Boston. 
Her ancestry includes the following families: Abbott, Chandler, Graves, 
Foster, Jackson, Kimball, Paul, Lovejoy, Fletcher, Bates, Richardson, 
Underwood, Chamberlin, Richardson, Underwood, Parish, Blanchard, 
Biittorfield, Warren, Livermore, Bridge, Daiiforth, Barnes, Brown, Shat- 
tuck. Pease, Brown, Stackpole. See Ancestry T.\ble.s ■^^'^^. 



1.: 



NIXTH GEXERATIOX. 969 



50. IX. lUtU. Dudley Piclanan Rogers [Eliza L. 50. VIII. 556], 
born in iSalom, died in Ncv York City. 

Mr. Ivogcrs graduated at Harvard College in 1SG9. A tribute to him, 
wliicli speaks of his manly and noble character, is printed in the Harvard 
Chiss ]5ook of l.^Gy. 

50. IX. 1005. George Willougliby Rogers [Eliza L. 50. VIII. 
55G], born in Salem, died in Salem, of consumption. A man of leisure. 
Kosidence : Salem. 

50. IX. J^6'-5. Josephine Francis Lord, his wife. Residence: 
Salem. 

Mrs. Ivogers is a daughter of John A. and Eliza A. Lord. Axcestky 
Tables :f^f^. 

50. IX. 1006. Elizabeth Pickinaii Rogers [Eliza L. oU. VIII. 
55G], born in Salem. 

50. IX. 1006. Alfred John Pound, her husband, born in Malton, 
Yorkshire, England. A barrister-at-law. Residence : Green Bank, Wrox- 
all, Isle of Wight, England. 

Mr. Pound graduated at Oxford, and is the author of "The I\Iagistenal 
Eaws of British Guiana." 

He is a son of the Rev. William and Charlotte Augusta (Furley) Pound. 
His father is a Fellow of St. John's College, Cambridge. Ilis ancestry 
includes the following families : Pound, Pereamorc, Furley, Cross. See 
Ancestry Tables j^y. 

50. IX. 1O07. Dudley Leavitt Pickman [William D. 50. VIII. 
557], born in Salem. A merchant. Residence: Boston. 

Mr. Pickman graduated at Harvard College in 1873, and afterwards 
made the tour of the world. 

50. IX. 1007. Ellen Hodman Motley, his wife, born in New Bed- 
ford, Mass. 

Mrs. Pickman is a daughter of Edward and I'Jlen (Rodman) Motley. 
Her ancestry includes the following families : Motley, Roberts, Wait, 



970 TJIE PICKKRIXG GEXEALOGY. 

Latliroi), Sciuldor, Ulis.;, Kelly, Chcckley, Soottow, Koltc, Kodinaii, Cliuko, 
Scott, \\'illett, Cornell, l^ordcn, Clayton, AVanton, Freeborn, Brownell, 
Rotcb, Barnoy, !Moryan, "Wain. See Ancestry Tables ■^^^. 

50. IX. lOOS. Fanny Pickman [William D. 50. VIII. 557], bom in 
Salem, ilieJ in Bcvtily, Mass. 

50. TX. lOOS. William Fisher Wharton, bcr luisband, born in 
"West Koxbury, Mass. A lawyer. Besidence : Boston. 

Mr. Wharton, IT. C. If^TO, LL.B. 1873, Avas prepared for college at the 
school of Mpes Sargent iJixwell. lie was admitted to the bar in 1873, and 
then travelled in Euro})e until the fall of 1875, when he returned to Bo.ston, 
and engaged in the jiractice of law until April, 1889, when he was 
appointed assistant-secretary of State of the United States. On liis 
retirement from this oflice, he resumed the practice of his profession in 
Boston. 

Mr. "Wharton was a member of the Boston Common Coiuicll from 1880 
to 1884, and rcpi-esented Boston in the Massachusetts House of Represen- 
tatives from 1885 to 1888. As a member of this body, he was chairman 
of various imjDortant committees. He is the editor of the seventh edition 
of " Story on Partnership." ^ 

Susan Carberry Lay, his second wife, to whom he was married Feb. 10, 
1891, is a daughter of tlie Hon. Richard G. Lay, Consul General at Ottawa. 
By her he has two children. 

Mr. "Wharton is a son of William Craig and Xancy Willing (Spring) 
Wharton. His ancestry inclndes the following families : Wharton, 
Thomas, Caqientcr, Ilardiman, Hoskins, Davis, Craig, Johns, Spring, 
Bartlett, Cutting, Converse, Chanipnev, Marshall, Woodrow, Willing, 
Lowell, Harrison, Shippen, Grosse, McCall, Yeates, Searle. See Ancestry 
T.\BT,r.s -j^. 

50. IX. 1010. William HancTerson AblDOtt [William V. 50. VITI. 
5G0], born in Keene, N. H. Residence: Olenia, Cal. 

i\fr. Abbott is superintendent of the Howard and Slafters estate ranches. 

' Massachusetts of To-day, p. 169 (with portrait) ; also One of a Thousand, by John 
C. Rand, pp. G42, C-13. 



Xixrjr GEXERATIOX. 971 



50. IX. 1010. Carrie IVhiclocI:, his wile, bom in Norwood, Mass. 
Mrs. Abbott is u iliiughtcr of Elijah and Mary (Colburu) Wbeelock. 
He is a grocer, of Norwood. Anckstky Tablks -^-^Q^. 

50. IX. 1011. Henry Pickman Abbott [William P. 50. VIII. 
SCO], born in Kceiie, N. 11. A butcher. Residence: Alstead, N. H. 
J[r. Abbott was a student of St. Johnsbury College, Vt. 

50. IX. 1011. Jlijra Lillian JIatthews, his wife, born in "Waitsfield, 
Vt. 

Mrs. Abbott is a daughter of Henry F. and ]\Iavy Jenett (Simonds) 
Matthews. He is a butcher, of j\Iilton, N. II. Axckstry Tables ^•'jgp. 

50. IX. 1014. Katharine Elizabetli Abbott [William P. 50. VIII. 
560], born in Keene, N. H. 

00. IX. 1014- George Frank Ball, her husband, born in Keene, 
N. H. A brick manufacturer. Eesidence : Keene. 

Mr. Ball is a son of George Warren and Mary (Stearns) Ball. His 
father is a merchant and manufiicturer. Ancestry Tables j'^gn,- 

50. IX. 1015. Mary Elizabeth Abbott [Charles D. 50. VIII. 561], 
born in Nashua, N. H. 

50. IX. lOlo. Josiah Hennj Benton, her husband, born in Addi- 
son, Vt. A law)-er. Residence : Boston. 

Mr. Benton jHirsued his early studies at the academy in Bradford, Vt., 
and at the Institute in New London, N. H. He afterwards studied law, 
and graduated at the Albany Law School in 18GG. In the spring of that 
year he was admitted to the bar, and then began to practise law in Brad- 
ford, whence he removed to Lancaster, N. H. In 18G9 and 1870, he was 
private secretaiy to the governor of New Hampshire; and in 1870 and 

1872, he Avas clerk of the New Hampshire House of Representatives. In 

1873, he removed to Boston, where he has since resided. Ho has had an 
extensive and varied general practice, has been counsel for niunerous cor- 
porations, and has been engngod in most of the railroad litigation that has 

•occurred in New Hampshire of late years. In 18G1, he served in the 



972 TIT?: riCKEIUXG GEXKALOGY. 

Twell'th Vermont Keg-inient of Voluiiteer.s. lie is a trustee of the Boston 
Public Library, and lias boon lecturer for several years in the Boston 
University Law School, on " Corporation and IJailroad Law." He is the 
author of a number of j»am|)hlets upon public questions.^ 

He is a son of the ]\ev. Josiah Henry and ^Martha Ellen (Danforth) 
Benton, of Vermont. An-(i:stiiy Tabli:s j'^g,,. 

50. IX. 101 (J. Charles William Fox [Catherine P. 50. VIII. 562], 
born in Nashua, X. H. A physician. Residence; Philadelphia. 

Mr. l"'ox received his decree of A.B. from Harvard College " as of the 
class of 1801," of which he was a member, but which he left in his sojihomore 
year to enter the army. From Se])tcmber 12, 1802, until June 18, 1863, 
he served as a private in iho Forty-fourth Eegiment ilassachusetts Volun- 
teer Infsuitry. On his retiu-n from the army, he entered the Berkshire 
Medical Srhool at Pittsiield, Mass. He afterwards studied at the College 
of Physicians and Surg-eons, the Bellc\i.ie Hospital ^Medical College, and 
at the Long Island College, from which he received the degree of M.D. in 
1865. He M'as at once appointed house-surgeon at the Brooklyn City 
Hospital, where he remained a year, and then, in October, 1866, he sailed 
for Eurojio to further pursue his medical studies. He returned home in 
1868, and in December, 1869, he opened an office in New York City. In 
November, 1870, he renioved to Philadelphia, where he established himself 
in the practice of medicine. He is a visiting physician of the Educational 
Homo for Boys, and is a member of the Pathological Society of 
Philadelphia.^ 

50. IX. lOJG. Alice JJrowii, his wife, born in Pliiladelphia. 

Mrs. Fox is a daughter of John Houston and Anna (Sharpless) Brown. 
He is an iron laanufacfuier, of Philadelphia. Axci:sti:v Tables j^-^. 

51. IX. 101.'^. Elizabeth Otis Lyman Boott [Elizabeth 0. 51. 
VII L 566], born in Boston, died in Paris, France. 

* Beiicli ami Dar of the Commoiivroaltli of ^[assacliusctts, Vol. I. p. l.~)9; and Boston 
of To-day, j.P. 113, 144. 

» Ilarvaid College Class Book for 1S64 (No. C), p. 65. 



NINTH GENERATION. 973 



^frs. Diivonofk Iclr Aincricu wlien an infant; and, after living- some 
ycara in Florence, she took up her abode with lier father in an old villa just 
outside of Florence, not returning again to America until she was twenty 
years old. During these early years of her life spent in Italy, she grew 
up with a strong love of art, and acquired a discriminating knowledge of 
tiie subject. On her lirst visit to America, she became one of 3Ir. Hunt's 
pupils, and afterwards she studied with Couture, and still later with Frank 
Duveneck, whom she married. Mrs. Duveneck exhibited her pictures con- 
stantly in Xow York and Hoston, and twice her paintings were hung in the 
Salon, in Paris, while her studio receptions in Florence for several winters 
made her works well known. She was modest and gentle in her character, 
a woman of great energy, a refined and talented artist, a thorough English 
scholar, as well as a musician and linguist.' 

51. IX. lOlS. Frank JJuvenecU, her husband, born in Covington, 
]vy. An artist. 

The greater part of Mr. Duveneck's life has been spent in Europe, he 
having gone there when ho was sixteen years old. He was a pupil of 
Diez, in Paris, and was of the Royal Art School of ^lunich. About 1881, 
he Avent to Florence, Italy, and became a successful teacher. He has ex- 
hibited paintings at the exhibitions of th.e Boston Art Club, the National 
Academy, and of other societies. The "Turkish Page'' is one of the most 
noted of his works.^ 

lie is a son of Josef Didcric and Katherine (Seainers) Duveneck. His 
father was a magistrate, of Covington, K}'. Axcestey Tables j\^j. 

51. IX. 1010. George Ljanan Appleton [Mary E. 51. YIII. 5G7], 
born in Boston. Residence: "Way's Station, Bryan County, Ga. 

51. IX. 1010. Louisa Caroline Arnold, his v.ife, born in Provi- 
dence, R. I., died in Englewood, X. J. 

Mrs, Appleton was a daughter of Sanuiel Greene and Louisa Gindrat 
(Arnold) Arnold, of Rhode Island. Her ancestry includes the following 

* Boston Evening Transcript of March 27, ISSS, and Boston Daily Advertiser of April 
12, 18SS ; also Cvclopadia of Painters and Paintings, Vol. I. p. 181. 

* Applctou's Cyclopaidia of American Biograpliy, Vol. II. p. 278. 



974 THE PICKERING GENEALOGY. 



families: Arnulil, Piirkluirst, Angoll, Burliiigame, Smith, Whipple, Aiigell, 
Field, Greene, Tattersliall, Almy, Gorton, Carder, Greene, Tattershall, 
Darton, ITolden, Diui-mm, Cook<-, Ilogors, Lawton, Tallman, Sanford, Rod- 
man, Clarke, Scott, Willett, Cornell, Gardner, Arnold, ]\arkhurst, Ang-ell, 
Burlinganie, Sinitii. Wliipjj'e, Ang-ell, Field, Greene, Tattershall, Almy, 
Gorton, Carder, Greene, Tattershall, Barton, Iloldcn, Dungan, Cooke, 
GiiKkat. See Ancestry T.mjles 5-\-o. 

51. IX. 1U_'0. George Gray Ljmian [George T. 51. VIII. 5GS], 
born in Boston, died in Bellport, Long Island, N. Y. A civil engineer. 
lie.sidence : Napa, Cal. 

51. IX. 1020. MiUij Parker, his wife, born in Warehouse Point, 
Conn. Residence: liellport, Long Island, N. Y. 

Mrs. Lyman is a daughter of Marshall and Elizabeth Lucretia (Johnson) 
Parker, of Springfield, Mass. Avcestky Taklks ^-f j. 

51. IX. 1024. Alice Lyman [George T. 51. VIII. 5G8], born in 
Boston. 

51. IX. 1024- WiUiam riatt Tei^per, her husband, born in Phila- 
delphia. Residence : Philadel])hia. 

Mr. Pepper, Univ. Pa. 1857, is president of the Pennsylvania Museum 
and School of Industrial Art. 

He is a son of the late David and Emil}- (Piatt) Pepper, of Philadelphia. 

AXCESTRY Tablks yxT" 

51. IX. 1025. Elizabeth Gray Lyman [George T. 51. VIII. 568], 
born in Boston. 

51. IX. Jt* J J. Albert A. II. JlereditJi, her husband. Residence: 
Milton, Mass. 

Mr. Meredith is a son of Iliinnan and Elizabeth A. (Wagstaff) Meredith, 
of lioston. A.vri:>TRv Tables -ffj,. 

51. IX. 1028. William Pratt L3rman [William P. 51. VIII. 5G9], 
born in Boston. A banker. Residence : Xahant, J[ass. 

^fr. Lyman is of the firm of Devens, L} man & Co., bankers, of Boston. 



ALXJ7£ GEXL-li AT/OX. 975 



51. IX. J/'JS. JTvlcn litcvkuian, liLs wife, born in New York City. 

Mrs. Lyman is a (lauyhtcr of Gilbert Livingston and Margaret xVthcrton 
(Foster) Bceokiuau, of Now York. Iler ancestry includes tlio following 
funillos: Beeckman. Jans, Vinhagen, Suits, Visscber, Van Buren, Living- 
ston, Fleming, Schuyler, Van Slichtenliorst, Howarden, Beeknian, de 
]U)U_i;li, Lopor, McPbeadrcs, Kane, O'llara, Kent, Dudley, Stow, ]Moss, 
Ailing, Russell, Talcott, "Whiting, Collins, Foster, Rogers, Atherton, 
CJullIver, Kingsley, AVriglit, Stevens, Jennison, "Weeks, Clap, Aspinwall, 
Sunnier, West, C^lement, Tukey, Gooding, Crabtrce, Ingraluun. See 
Ancestkv Tai;li;> ■^^■ 

51. IX. 1030. Arthur Lj'man [Arthur T. 51. VIII. 570]. 
For an account of him, see page 958. 

51. IX. lOoO. Susan C/unminr/ Cabot, his wife. 
Her number in direct descent is [-48. IX. 957]. For an account of her, 
SCO page 957. 

51. IX. 1031> Herbert L3nnan [Arthur T. 51. VIII. 570], born in 
Boston. A treasurer. Residences: Boston and AValtham, Mass. 
Mr. Lyman, H. C. 1886, is treasurer of the Iladley Company. 

51. IX. 1032. Ella Lyman [.\aihur T. 51. VIII. 570], born in 
Boston. 

51. IX. 1032. Michai'd Clarhc Cabot, her husband, born in Brook- 
line, Mass. A jtliysician. Residence : Boston. 

Mr. Cabot, 11. C. 1889, M.D. 1892, practises his profession in Boston. 

IIg is a son of James Elliot and Elizabeth (Dwight) Cabot. Elizabeth 
rcrJchis Cabot [2. VIII. iJ] Is his aunt ; Marianne Cabot [48. VII. 2641 was 
his grandaunt ; Elizabeth Cabot [1-2. VI. 2^] was his grcat-grandaunt ; and 
Josiph Cabot [0. VI. Ill and Francis Cabot [48. VI. SO'] were his great- 
granduncles; Samuel Atkins Eliot [52. VII. 2781 was liis granduncle, and 
Charles Eliot Guild [52. VIII. oSl] is his first cousin once removed. His 
ancestry includes the following families : Cabot, Orne, Thompson, Iliggin- 
son, Whitfield, Slieafe, Savage, Symmes, Gardner, Frier, Orne, Browne, 
Boardman, Bull, Truesdale, Halton,. Barrett, Barnard, Manning, Gerrish, 



976 THE FICKEUIXG GENLAlMdY. 



Lowell, ^\'ukll•oIl, Noyc•^!, Clarke, Api)loton, Everard, Paine, Whittlng'liain, 
Lawroiice, ^N'inslow, Chilton, Ilutcliinson, ]\l;irl)ury, [[ami)}', Pcinberton, 
Perkins, HikIsoii, Frotliinyliam, Lowdoii, Cole, Pi-ck, Eliot, Dwight, 
Flynt, Iloar, Ilincksiiiau, Ilawloy, llarbottle, Marshall, Wilton, Sciitt, 
Ashley, filuver, Dcuey, ^loselcy, Eliot, A^'ooclier, Shattuck, Herrick, 
Laskiii, Marshall, Arkins, Diulley, Dighton, Tyng, Sears (?), Kent, Gookin, 
Bird, Dulling, Savage, Hutehinson, Marbnry, Tyng, Scars (?). See 
AxcusTuy Tai;li:s ^'i^-,,. 

51. L\. 1042. Zditli Paine [Lydia AV. 51. VIII. 572], born in 
Boston. 

51. TX. 1042. John nitniiihveijs Storer, her husband, born in ]\[il- 
ton, ]\Ia.s3. A real-estate agent. Ivesidences : Boston and AValthani, Mass. 

Mr. Storer, II. C 1882, LL.B. 1885, studied several months in the 
office of ^lessrs. l^opes, Gray & Loring, and was admitted to the Suffolk 
Bar in 1885. He has been engaged in the real-estate business in Boston 
for several years, a part of the time in partnership with Mr. Pilchards M. 
Bradle}'. lie is a member of several social clubs of Bo.ston, as well as 
the Civil Service Peform and Tariff Reform Leagues. lie is also a 
member of the Xew England Historic-Genealogical Society.^ 

He is a son of Horatio P. and Emily Elvira (Gilmore) Storer. Francis 
Hiimphrojs Stuyer [52. VIIT. d8o'\ is his uncle. His ancestry includes the 
following families : Storer, Starbuck, Peynolds, Hill, Crass, Hill, Langdon, 
Sherburne, Hubbard, Hall, Dudley, Woodbury, Palsgrave, Elliot, Boyd, 
Livingstone, Thompson, CoiHn, Tlicmber, Stevens, Greenleaf, Brocklebank, 
Morss, Brewer, Rand, Ware, Eallass, Black, Stone, Garrad, Howe, ^loore, 
Brown, Stone, Stearns, Jones, Reed, Jenni&on, Peirce, Cole, Hubbard, 
Merriam, Rice, King, Conant, Ilorton, Walton, Raymond, Gilmore, Dodge, 
f^iton, Burnham, l^ow, Washer, Wilkins, Potter, Richardson, Clark, 
Spofford, A\'liceler, Freethe, Clieney, Spaulding. See Axcestkv Tablks jjg- 

51. IX. 1044. Kobeit Treat Paine [Lydia W. 51. VIIL 572], born 
in Walthani, ^lass. A lawyer. Residence: Boston. 

» Harvard College Class Book of 1SS2 (Xo. ?>), pp. 72, 73. 



NINTH GENERATION. 977 



Mr. I'liiiie, II. C. 1S88, was prepared for college at Mr. Noble's ScLool 
in Boston. After graduating, he studied law at the Harvard Law School, 
hut did not cuter the bar, as it was not his intention to practise law. 

51. IX. 1049. Amy Shaw [Cora 51. VIII. 576], born in Boston. 

51. IX. 1040. JoJiH Collins Warren, her husband, born in Boston. 
A physician. Kesidence : Boston. 

Dr. Warren, II. C. 1863, M.D. 1866, was fitted for college at the school 
of Epes Sargent Dixwoll. In October, 18G3, he went to Philadelphia, 
where he was for most of the time a medical cadet at the South Street 
CJenoral Hospital, attending lectures at the Jefferson iledical School. In 
June, 1864, he was a volunteer sui'geon at White House Landing, after the 
battle of Cold Harbor. From 3Iay, 1865, until May, 1866, he was surgical 
house pupil at the Massachusetts General Hospital. In the spring of 1866, 
he sailed for Dresden, where he spent three months studying German. He 
then went to Vienna and studied medicine ; and after making a visit home 
for a few months, he returned and studied at the Imperial Hospital until 
February, 1868. After leaving Vienna, he studied with some of the most 
eminent sm-geons and physicians in Berlin, Paris, and London. In 1869, 
he returned to Boston, where he began the practice of his profession. He 
has been instructor, and is now professor of surgery, at the Harvard 
Medical School. He has been editor of the Boston Medical and Surgical 
Jom-nal, and is now a siu-geoa in the ^lassachusetts General Hospital. He 
is one of the most able surgeons of the day. 

He is a member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, an 
honorary member of the Philadelphia xVcademy of Surgery, a member of 
tlie Massachusetts Society of the Cincinnati, and of various medical socie- 
ties. He is the author of several medical books.^ 

Dr. Warren is a son of Dr. Jonathan Mason and Anna Caspar (Crown- 
inshield) Warren. His father was an eminent physician, of Boston. 
Susan Poicell Warren [51. VII. 277'] was his aunt; Francis Boardman 
Croivninshiehl [55. VII. SIS'] was his uncle ; Nathaniel Silsbce [59. Vll. 

» Harvard College Class Book of 1863, p. 187; also Appleton's Cyclopaedia of 
American Biography, Vol. VI. p. 3GG. 



•J78 THE riCKKRi:<G GENEALOdY. 



350\ and Caroline S'tUhic [50. Vlll. JOT] weie hia first cousins once 
ronioved; and Elizabeth Wadsworth Simrlcs [oS. Mil. 70S'] is his second 
cousin. Ills ancestry includes the following families: "Warren, Tucker, 
"Williams, Slalliam, Park, Ilulgrave, Stevens, Collins, Avery, Lane, Little, 
"Warren, Sturdevant, Deming, Treat, Green, i\Iason, Pepper, Johnson, 
ScoUay, Clark, Kilby, Simpkins, Kicluu-dson, Powell, Duramer, Atwater, 
Blackman, l^romficld, Dauforth, Wilson, Coney, Atwater, Blackman, Crown- 
insliield, Alloii, ClilTord, Williams, Skcny, Manning, Calley, Derby, Hil- 
man, Hasket, Langdon, nodges, IMiippen, "Wood, Williams, SkciTy, 
]\[anning, Calley, Boardman, Baker, Hodges, Phippen, Wood, Williams, 
Skerry, Manning, Calloy, Manning, Calley, Stone, Lambert, Brown. See 

AXCESTEY TaBLKS -^\ =•• 

51. IX. 1050. Francis Sliaw [Cora 51. VIIL 57G], born in Boston. 
Residences : Boston and Waylaud, Mass. 

Mr. Shaw, n. C. 1875, was fitted for college at Epos Sargent Dixwell's 
School in Boston. lie then studied agriculture for one year at the Bussey 
Institution, and also made a trip around the world. lie is much interested 
in agriculture, and has a i'arm at Yv'ayland. He is a dii'ector of the Boston 
Asylum and Farm School.^ 

51. IX. lOoO. 3Ia)'y jPeabodij Sears, his wife, born in Boston, died 
in Wellesley, Mass. 

Mrs. Shaw was a daughter of Kuyvet Winthiop and Mary Ci'ownin- 
shield (Peabod)-) Sears, of Boston. Elim Endicoff Fenlody [53. VIIL 014] 
was her aunt ; Catherine Eliraheth Tenlodij [53. VII. 303] was her grand- 
aunt; Joseph Av(jHstHS Pcahod J [p-^.\lil. 309] was her granduncle; Samuel 
Endicott Pcahodif [1. IX. 4] '^^as her first cousin once removed; and Harriet 
Sears Amonj [53. VIIL GJ3] and Charh's Walter Amonj [53. VIIL 6JG], were 
her fir.'^t cousins. Iler anceslvy includes the following families: Sears, Wil- 
lard, Howes, Freeman, Prince, Merrick, Diunuick, Bursley, Stnrgis,Winthrop, 
Forth, Read, lirowne. Smith, Dudlc}', Dighton, Tyng, Sears (?), Borland, 
Neil, Lindall, Veren, Poole, Brenton, Mason, Pepper, Johnson, Scollay, 
Clark, Kilby, Simpkins, Richardson, Powell, Dunniier, Atwater, Blackman, 

* Harvard Colk-e Class IJook of 1.S75 (No. C), p. 07. 



NINTH GENERATION. 979 



nrninfield, Danfoitli, Wilson, Coney, Atwiiter, IJlncknian, Peabody, Foster, 
Perkins, Kniyht, Smith, .Alorrill, ^raverick, Harris, Ikiniap, Pearson, 
Walton, Planoluml, Ilasscll, Hubbard, ^lerriam, Kice, King, Brown, 
Vinton, Endicott, Felton, Tompkins, Endicott, Jacobs, Frost, Waters, 
Tompkins, Putnam, Hutchinson, Bosworth, Cutler, Leach, Flint, Putnam, 
nutthinson, Bosworth, Bacon, Piichardson, Giles, Putnam, Porter, Ha- 
tliorne, Perley, Peabody, Foster, Osgood, Clement, Putnam, Hutcliinson, 
Bosworth, Cutler, Hutchinson, Bosworth, Gedney. See AxcEiTKT 
Tabi-ks ^'i^^. 

51. IX. 1051. Henry PaTSsell Sliaw [Cora 51. VHI. 576], born in 
Paris, France. A Imnker. Pusidence : Bo.ston. 

Mr. Shaw, H. C. 1880, is a member of the firm of E. Pollins Morse & 
Brother, bankers and brokers, of Boston. 

51. IX. lOol. Grace Lenox Itathhone, Lis wife, born in Lenox, 
Mass. 

Mrs. Shaw is a daughter of General John Finlcy and ]\Iary A. (Baker) 
Rathbonc, of Alban.y. X. Y. Her father, during the civil Avar, organized 
thirty -five regiments. In connection with his brother Lewis, he founded 
the Eathbone Library in the Univoi"sity of Rochester. Her ancestry 
includes the following families : Rathbone, Dodge, Tennant, Spai'hawk, 
Angier, Newman, Gates, Stoughton, Brown, Forsyth, Baker. See 
Ancestry Tables ^'J"^. 

52. IX. 1058. Robert Wheaton Guild [:\Iary L. 52. VIIL 581], 
born in Boston, died in Boston. Residence : Boston. 

Mr. Guild graduated at Harvard College in 1876. 

52. IX. 1059. Henry Eliot Guild [Mary L. 52. VIIL 581], born 
in West Roxbur}', Jlass., died in Colorado Springs, Col. 

Mr. Guild graduated at Harvard College in 1880, and at the Harvard 
Law School in 1883. 

52. IX. 1064. John Eliot Bullard [Elizabeth L. 52. VIIL 583], 
born in Boston, died in Sydney, New South Wales. 



9S0 THE nCKElUXG GEXEALOGY. 

^Ir. Billiard, II. C. 1882, became coniicctoil with tlio firm of lleiiry W. 
pL-aliody & Co., luercliauts, of Boston, onjiagcHl in the Australian trade. 
\lc wont to Australia sevorid times, and spont much time in travelling- 
throii;:,di that part of the woild. He was a member of the Australian 
Club of Sydney .» 

52. IX. 1004- Elsie ?f. JPreseott, his wife, born in AVcst Australia. 
Mr^. Bullard married, -iaii. 4, 1897, her hu.sband'.s brother, Stephen 
Eliot Billiard [-)2. IX. lOGT]. 

AvCESTRr Taei.ks t'v9i- 

52. IX. lUOy. Charles Eliot [Charles W. 52. VIII. 584], born in 
Cambridge, ilas-., died in Bro'jkline, Mass. A landscape architect. Kesi- 
dencc : Brookliiie. 

Mr. Eliot, II. C. 1882, decided to make landscape architecture his call- 
ing-, and therefore took a post-graduate course at the Bussey Institute. He 
also visited the uiost notable ])ark works in Europe. For the purpose of 
still further perrecting himself in his chosen profession, he entered the 
oflicc of Frederick Law Olmstead, who at once recognized his talents and 
intrusted him with important work. On the conclusion of liis studies under 
Mr. Olmstead, he established himself as a landscape architect in Boston, 
and achieved success in laying out parks in other cities. He became 
interested in the preservation and development of the natural beauty 
of the country about Bo.ston, and took measures for the creation of a 
society especially for that end. He caused the Appalachian Mountain 
Club, of which he was a member, to call a meeting of interested citi- 
zens, the result of Avhicli ^va3 the incorporation by the Legislature of 
the Trustees ol Public Kesorvations. Of this body Mr. Eliot "was made 
secreiary. The trustees found their power inadequate to achieve the 
result desired; and, in his capacity as secretary, Mr. Eliot, in the autumn 
of 1891, called :i meeting of the trustees, in consultation with the Park 
Commissioners and others interested, and in the following winter legisla- 
tion authorizing a Metropolitan Pai-k Commission was secured. ^Iv. 
Eliot was chos"n it.s landscape architect. The result was his Peport 

' Ilnrvard College Chiss Hook of 1?S2 (Xo. 3), p. 20. 



NINTH GENERATION. 981 

to tlio Motr.ipolitan Park Coiuiui^sion of Boston [18!)l'-18;13]. This 
rojwrt has been jji-onomiccd the greatest contribution to park literature 
ever made. The reconunendations of the commission were adopted in 
the Legislature, and thousands of acres of beautiful territory have been 
reserved thereby for the recreation of the i)ublic. About this time Mr. 
Eliot became the associate of 3Ir. Olmstead, and the new Ih-m of Olmstead, 
Olmstead, it Eliot was formed. 

j\rr. Eliot was of a noble and unselfisli nature. lie was courteous 
in his dealings with all men, and possessed a personality which cLarmed 
and attracted all.^ 

52. IX. lOGS. Mary Yule Pitkin, the wife of Charles Eliot, born 
in Philadelphia. 

]\[rs. Eliot is a daughter of Horace Wells and Lucy Tracy (Yale) 
Pitkin. Her father is a merchant, of Philadel])liia. Her ancestry in- 
cludes the following families : Pitkin, Goodwin, "Woodward, Stanley, 
Cowles, Lord, Haynes, Warren, Crow, Hills, Pitkin, Goodwin, Wood- 
ward, Hosmer, Buslmell, Loomis, Fox, Porter, Coolcy, Woodbrldge, 
Dudley, AVavd, liussell, Pitt, Wyllis, Ha}Ties, Hai-lakenden, Olmsted, 
Loomis, Butler, ^larsh, Welles, Yale, Morton, Turner, Gibbards, Payne, 
Andrews, Tracy, Bradley. See Ancestry Tablks ^'y-g,,. 

52. LX. 1070. Sanrnol Atldns Eliot [Charles W. 52. YllL 584], 
born in Cambridge, Mass. A minister. Residence : Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Mr. Eliot, H. C. 1884, studied divinity, and was settled in 1880 over 
the First Unitarian Society of Denver, Col. In December, 1892, he 
resigned this charge, and accepted a call from the First Unitarian Society 
of Brooklyn. 

52. IX. 1070. Frances Stone IIop1ci)ison, his wife, born in Cam- 
bridge, ^lass. 

Mrs. Eliot is a daughter of John Prentiss and Mary Elizabeth (Watson) 
Hopkinson. He is a schoolmaster. Grace MeUen Ilnpliiison [52. VTII. 
5S4'^ is her aunt, and Pamela Frcntiss [11. YI. 20'\ was her great-grand- 

* Koston Evening Transcript of March 25 and 29, 1807. 



982 THE nCKEUiyG GEXEALOGY. 

aunt. Her ancestry includes tli-j foUosving- I'anulles : Ilopkinson, Allen, 
Prentiss, Duntuii, liiinJ, Edenden, Wliituwin, Peirce, Whittemore, Scott, 
Uicks, Sill, Green, Mitchclson, Busliell, Mellen, Pratt, Parmcnter, Prentiss, 
Stanton, Lord, Foster, llautbrd, Kgliu, IloUand, Aldrich, Watson. See 

h-2. IX. 1072. Mary Foote [Frances A. 52. VIII. 58G], born in 
Boston, died in Boston. 

An obituary notice of ]\ri.'is Foote, in wlilcb her character is portrayed 
as one of great purity and simplicity, was pi'inted in December, 1885, 
in the " Christinii liogister." 

52. IX. 1078. Alice Clapp Ome [Henry A. 52. YIII. 592], born 
in ]\[eniphis, Tenn. 

52. IX. 107S. JVilUavi JTvancis Colt, her husband, born in Pitts- 
field, ]\Iass., died in North Hadley, Mass. A farmer. Residence : North 
Hadley. 

]\fr. Colt was a son of Henry and Elizabeth Goldthwait (Bacon) Colt. 
His father was a cajtitalist, of Pittsfield, and one of the directors of the 
Boston and Albany IJailroad. His ancestry includes the following families : 
Colt, l^lly, Root, Spencer, Leonard, Loomis, Jiidd, Morlcy, Noble, ^yarri- 
uer, A\'riglit, Sheldon, Noble, Dewey, Stebbins, Brooks, Bacon, Spaulding, 
Goldthwait, Lewis, Smith, Hubbard. See Axckstky Taules ■^^-^. 

52. IX. 1079. Henry Merrill Orne [Henry A. 52. VIII. 592], 
born in Memphis, Tenn. A secretary. Residence : Ridgewood, N. J. 

j\[r. Orne graduated at Rutgers College, and then entered an East 
India importing house as clerk. He is now the financial secretary of 
the Young ■\Ien's Christian Association of New York City. 

52. IX. 1070. Harriet Joscpliiue Orvis, his wife, born in New 
York City. 

Mrs. Ome is a daughter of Joseph Upliam and ^lary Elizabeth (Nazro) 
Orvis. He is a banker, of New York City. A.v';F..srRY Tables ^\?^,- 



NiyiU (JKSKILiTlOX. 983 



52. IX. 1080. Stephen Williams Orne [ITcnry A. h'l. VIII. 592], 
bom in Memphis, Teiin. A cashier. Kosidence : Kidyowoocl, N. J. 

52. IX. lOSO. Grace Allen Cltapman, his wile, born in Hultimore, 
Md. 

Jlrs. Orne is a dnnghter of Allen A. and Slary Elizabeth (Chase) 
Chapman. He is a cofl'ee merchant of the firm of Kirldand, Chase, & 
Co., of Baltimore. Ancestry Tables j\i^^„. 

52. IX. 1082. Jeffries Wyiiiaii [Annie W. 52. YITI. 50G], born in 
Cambridge, Mass. A civil engineer. Residence: Xewton, Mass. 

52. IX. 10S2. ILelcH Jlaclca;/, his wife, born in Newport, 11. I. 

Mrs. "Wyman is a daughter of William and Susan H, (McKim) ]\Iackay, 
of Boston. Ancestry Tables :f'^(^,„. 

53. IX. 1083. Francis CalDOt Lowell [George G. 63. VIII. 608], 
born in Boston. A lawyer. Residence : Boston. 

Mr. Lowell, H. C. 187G, made a trip to Europe, and on liis return 
became a student at the Harvard Law School. In 1879-1880, he was a 
student in the law office of C. P. Greenough, and in May of the latter 
year he was admitted to the bai-. From May, 1880, to February, 1882, 
lie was secretary to Justice Gray. He represented Boston in the Legis- 
lature in 1895, 189G, and 1807. He is the senior member of the law firm of 
Lowell, Stimson, & Stockton, of Boston. Mr. Lowell is a fellow of Harvard 
College, of which insititutlon he was for several years an overseer, and 
is a member of the New England Historic-Genealogical Society. In 
connection with his brother-in-law, Abbott Lawrence Lowell, he is the 
author of a work on the Transfer of Stock in Private Corporations.^ 

53. IX. 10S3. Cornelia Prime Baylies, his wife. 

Mrs. Lowell is a daughter of Edmund Lincoln and Nathalie Elizabeth 
(Ray) Baylies. Her ancestry includes the following families: Baylies, 
Sergeant, Parks, Lincoln, Lane, Fearing, Lewis, Jenkins, Lane, Thaxter, 

» Harvard College Class Dook of 1S7G (No. I), p. 37. 



984 THE PICKERING GENEALOGY. 

J;ic('b, Gridloy, Cusliing, Pitcher, Huwke, Loring, Newton, Jacob, Bar- 
stow, Lincoln, Langer, Payson, Eliot, Swift, Capcu, Clap, Tileston, 
liridgoinan, Stone, Whipple, Trowbridge, Atlierton, Wales, Swift, Capen, 
Clap, Tileston, Bridgeman, Larkin, Hale, Walker, Hicks, Sill, Green, 
Mitchelson, Busholl, Kcttell, Frothinghani, Kand, Stimpsnn, Swcetser, 
Wyer, Johnson, Kay, Saunders, Bogert, Elinendorf, Prime, Platts, Jewett, 
Wood, Ihunmoiul, Trippe, Hyde, Sands, Bay, Tliomas, Guthrie, Alcock, 
Cornell, Bussell, Hagner, Dodge, George, Hunt, Gardiner, Ward. See 
AxcisTUY Tables i^^i- 

53. IX. 108-1. Anna Parker Lowell [George G. 53. VHL 608], 
born in Boston. 

63. IX. 10S4- Ahhott Laicvence Lowell, her husband, born in Bos- 
ton. A lawyer. Residence : Boston. 

Mr. Lowell, H. C. 1877, studied law with Messrs. Russell & Putnam, 
and was admitted to the Suffolk l^ar in 1880. He has been a member of the 
law firm of Lowell, Stimson, & Lowell, of Boston. He published, in 1884, 
with his brother-in-law, Francis Cabot Lowell, a work on the Transfer 
of Stock in Private Coq)orations ; and, in 1890, he published "Essays 
on Governments." He is a member of the Massachusetts Historical 
Society, and a fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. 

His number in direct descent is [55. IX. 1134]. 

53. IX. 1085. Algernon Coolidge [Mary 53. VIII. G09]. A phy- 
sician. Residence : Boston. 

Dr. Coolidge, H. C. 1881, :\r.D. 1886, was sm-gical house officer in the 
Massachusetts General Hospital, from Feb. 1, 1885, until Aug. 1, 1886. 
In October, 18S6, he went to Europe, and studied medicine in Vienna. 
Ho is now in the practice of his profession in Boston.^ 

53. IX. lOSo. Amy Pcahody Lothrop, his wife. 
Mrs. Coolidge is a daughter of Thornton Kirkland and Anne Maria 
(Hooper) Lothrop. He is a lawyer, of Boston. William Sturgis Rooper 

> Harvard College Class Book for ISSl CN'o. 3), p. 17. 



NINTH GENERATION. 985 



LotJiroj) [55. IX. llo^] 's her brother; Eliza Backminskr [2. VII. JJ] was 
her nraiidaiiut; and Thtodore Lijman [51-52. \1. 89^ was lier great-grand- 
unclo. Her ancestry includes tlie following- families: Lothrop, Ansoll, 
Lothrop, Farrar, Hood, Baker, Robinson, Annable, Jones, Harris, Kirk- 
land, Pratt, Clark, Pcrkuis, Morgan, liiughaiu, Huckmiustcr, Clark, Sharp, 
Voso, Lawson, Simjison, Williams, Stalham, Park, Ilolgravc, Cotton, 
Hawkridg-e, Bradstreot, Diidlo}-, Stoddard, Downing-, Winthrop, Ware- 
ham, Lyman, Osborne, Plum, Sheldon, Woodlbrd, Blott, "Warner, Plum- 
mor, Cheney, Jcwett, Xewnian, Winthrop, Forth, Pead, Emerson, 
Symonds, Read, Hooper, Sturgis. See Axckstky Tables ^'^o, . 

53. IX. 10S7. Sidney Coolidge [Mary 53. VIII. G09]. 

53. IX. 10S7. Mai'!/ Laura Colt, his wife, born in St. Josephs, Mo. 
Mrs. Coolidge is a daughter of Benjamin Fletcher and Helen (Bucking- 
ham) Colt, of St. Josephs. A^■CESTKY Tables -^^^n. 

53. IX. 1091. Guy LoweU [Edward J. 53. VIII. 611], born in 
Boston. 

Mr. Lowell, H. C. 1S92, graduated at the ^Mas-sachusctts Institute of 
Technology in 189-1, and since that year has been studying- architecture 
at the Kcole des Beaux xVrts, in Paris. 

53. IX. 1093. Josepli Peabody Gardner [Joseph P. 53. VIII. 
G13], born in Boston, died in Hamilton, ilass. 

Mr. Gardner, H. C 1882, was fitted for college at the private school 
of Mr. Ilopkinson, in Boston, and passed liis entrance examination in 
June, 187G ; but being- thouo-ht too voung to join the Freshman class, 
he took a two years' course of study at the Institute of Technology, 
and finally entered Harvard in the fall of 1878. After graduating, he 
travelled in Europe, and then entered the Bussey Institute upon a two 
years' course, taking his degree of B.A.S. in 1885. The same 3-ear he 
bought a farm at Hamilton. He was fond of horses, and had a large 
stud.^ 

» Harvard College Class Hook of 1S82 (No. 3), pp. 37, 38. 



D86 THE PICKERING GENEALOCY. 

53. IX. lOD I. William Amory Gardner [Joseph P. 53. VIII. 
613J, born in Boston. A teacher. Kcsidcnce : Groton, Mass. 
Mr. Gardner, H. C. 1881, is a tcaclier in tlic Grolon Scliooh 

53. IX. 101)5. Augustus PealDody Gardner [Josepli P. 53. VIII. 
613], born in Boston. Pcsidence : Hamilton, 3I;iss. 

Mr. Gardner, K. C. 1.886, was fitted for college at St. Paul's School. 
Ho was soniefliing of an athlete in college, but his tastes wore more in 
a literary line, and he earned coi.sidcrable distinction by the bright 
sketches he contributed to the Advocate and ollici- papers. 

53. IX. lOOo. CoHstance Loilge, his wife, born in Paris, France. 

Mrs. Gardner is a dauglitor of tlie Hon. Henry Cabot aud Anna Cabot 
Mills (Davis) Lodge. He is a senator in Congress from ilassachusetts. 
Her ancestry includes the following families : Lodge, Cabot, Orne, Thomp- 
son, Higginsou, "Whitfield, Sheafe, Savage, Symnies, Gardner, Frier, Orne, 
Browne, Boardman, Bull, Truesdale, Halton, Higginson, Whitfield, Sheafe, 
Savage, Symraes, Sewall, Hunt, Dunimer, Archer, i\ritchell, Boradel, Cabot, 
Orne, Thompson, I'lake, Pope, Arnold, Welland, Smith, Hinckley, Chip- 
man, Howland, Tilley, Skifle, Jones, Davis. Sec An-cestry Tahlks -^^j^^. 

53. IX. 1096. George Peabody Gardner [George A. 53. VIII. 
614], born in Boston. A trustee. Residence: Boston. 

Mr. Gardner, H. C. 1877, is now engaged as a trustee of estates in 
Boston. 

53. IX. lODG. JEsthcr JSnrnctt, his wife, born in Southborough, 
Mass. 

Mrs. Gardner is a daughter of Joseph and Josephine (Cutter) Burnett, 
of Southborough. Her ancestry includes the following families : Burnett, 
Pond, Shejiaid, Fisher, Park, Fairbanks, Pond, Cutter, Polfe, ScuUard, 
Harrington, George, Winter, Pierce, Winship, Barsham, Manning, Laugh- 
ton, Torrey, Bates. See A.n-cestrt Tauli-s f^j. 

53. IX. 1098. Ellen Gardner [George A. 53. VIII. 614], boni in 
Boston. 



NINTH GENERATION. 987 



53. IX. lOOS. AntjHstits I'eaboiJi/ Loriutj, her husband, bom in 
l^oston. A lawyer. liesideuce : Beverly, Mass. 

Mr. Luring, II. C. 1878, LL.B. 1881, was admitted to the bar, and 
lias since been associated in legal and trust business with his fother. 
IIo is president of the Kealty Company, and is a director in several 
corporations. 

His number in dh'cct descent is [54. IX. 1128]. 

53. IX. 1104. Joseph Randolph Cooiidge [Julia 53. VIII. 619], 
orn in Boston. An architect. Residence: Boston. 
Mr. Coolidge graduated at Harvard College in 1883. 

53. IK. 1104. Marij Hamilton JT/??, his wife, born in Boston. 

Mrs. Coolidge is a daughter of Hamilton Alouzo and Maiy Eliza 
(Robbins) Hill. IIo is a dealer in machinery, of Boston. Ancestry 
Tables ^o^,. 

53. IX. 1105. John Gardner Coolidge [Julia 53. VIII. 619], born 
in Boston. 

Mr. Coolidge graduated at Harvard College in 1884. 

53. IX. 1106. Archibald Gary Coolidge [Julia 53. VIII. 619], 
born in Boston. 

Mr. Coolidge, H. C. 1887, received the degree of Ph.D. from the 
University of Freiburg, Baden, Germany, in 1892. He was secretary 
of legation at Vienna in 1893. 

53. IX. 1108. Harold Jefferson Coolidge [Julia 53. VHI. 619], 
born in Nice, Fi-ance. 

Mr. Coolidge graduated at Harvard College in 1892. 

53. IX. 1114. Francis Gardner Curtis [Helen R. 53. VIII. 624], 
born in Boston. A clerk. Residence : Boston. 

JNIr. Curtis graduated at Harvard College in 1890. 

53. IX. 1118. William Amory [Elizabeth 53. VIII. 626], born in 
Boston. Residence : Boston. 

Mr. Amory graduated at Harvard College in 1891. 



988 TJIE FICKERIXG GENEALOGY 



53. IX. 1119. / Clara Amory [ElizaboLh 53. VIII. G2G], born in 
Boston. 

53. IX. 1110. Thomas Jefferson Coolldge, her husband, born in 
Boston. A banker. Ke^iilences: Jjoston and Muncheritcr, 3[ass. 

Jlr. Cooli(l_:^e, 11. C. 1884, after making a tour of the world, became 
pi'esident of the Old Colony Trust Company, of Boston. 

lie is a son of the Hon. Thomas Jefterson and Hetty Sullivan 
(Apploton) Coolidue. His father has been United States minister to 
France. A/f/enion CooUdge [53. VIII. COD'\, and Joseph Bandolph Coolidgc 
[53. VIII, GIO^, and James Amory Appleton [51. VIII. oG7^'\ are his uncles; 
Susan J\f((son iMivrencc [54. IX. IIJG^ is his first cousin; and Eleanor 
Brools [1. X. 3J] is his first cousin once removed. His ancestry includes 
the following- families: Coolidgc, liieo, King, Ingraham, Olivier, Bover, 
Johotinot, Sigourne}', Bultinch, Ijulfnich, Cohnan, Hobby, Apthorp, Wanl, 
Eastwick, Lloyd, Randolph, Ryland, Tsham, Page, Luckin, Mann, AVorme- 
le}', Cary, Plobson, Taylor, Randolph, Ryland, Isham, Boiling, Rolfe, 
Kennon, Jefferson, I'ield, Randoljdi, Ryland, Lsham, Rogers, Wayles, 
Apploton, Everard, Oliver, Lowell, Baker, Symonds, Read, Sawyer, 
Littlclield, Dennis, Hook, French, Winslow, Batchelder, Cutler, Cowell, 
Millar (.-), Clark, Kilby, Simpkins, Richardson, Sullivan, Odiorne, Johnson, 
Bassum, Adams, Winborn. See Ancestry Tables -j^f^- 

54. IX. 1125. Katharine Pealoody Loriiig [Elizabeth S. 54. VIII. 
G38], born in Boston. Residence: Beverly, ^lass. 

Miss J^oring has been a teacher in the "Society to Encourage Studies 
at Home," and a member of the " Woman's Education Association." 

64. IX. 112G. William CalelD Loring [Elizabeth S. 54. VIII. 
638], born in Beverly, Mass. A lawyer. Residences: Boston and 
Beverly. 

Mr. Loring, H. C. 1S72, LL.B. 1874, was admitted to the ^lassachu- 
setts Bar, June 21, 1875, and was assistant attorney-general of Massa- 
chusetts from 1875 to 1878. In 1882, he was general solicitor of the 
New York and New England Railroad, and its general counsel in 1885. 



NIXTII GEXERATIOX. ggy 



Since 1ST8, he lias been a member of tlic law tinn of Hopes, Grav, & 
Loriiij^', of LJoston. Mr. Loring has contributed articles to the American 
Law Keview. lie is interested in yachting, and has been conmiodore 
of the Beverly Yacht Club. He is secretary of the Massachusetts 
Ilumaue Society.^ 

54. IX. ]126. Susan Mason Lawrence, his wife. 

Mrs. LoriT\g is a daughter of Amos Adams and Sarah Elizabeth 
(Ajipleton) Lawrence. Katharine Bifjdoiv Lawrence [55. YIIL <X^7] is 
her first cousin once removed ; Gertrude Lawrence [L X. II] and llosamond 
Lawrence [L X. 12] are her second cousins; Eltanor Brooks [l.X. ^3] is 
her niece; James Amorj Appleton [51. VIIL o67'] was her uncle; and 
Thomas Jefferson CooUdgc [53. IX. lll'J] is her cousin. Her ancestry 
includes the following families : Lawrence, Morse, Phillips, Tarbell, 
Longley, Abbot, Farnum, Lovejoy, Foster, Jackson, Kimball, Scott, 
Parker, Kemp, Eichards, L'pson, Fuller, Lee, Hart, Hopkins, liron- 
son, Judd, Adams, Paine, Morse, Prentice, Dunton, Rand, Edenden, 
Whitman, Pierce, Appleton, Everard, Oliver, Lo\\-ell, Baker, Symonds, 
Read, Sawyer, Littlefield, Dennis, Hook, French, Winslow, Ijutchelder, 
Cutler, Cowell, Millar (?), Clark, Kilby, Simjikins, Richardson, Sullivan, 
Odiorne, Johnson, Bassum, Adams, Winborn. See A^-cestry Taules -^f^. 

54. IX. 1128. AngiTStus Peabody Loring [Elizabeth S. 54. VIIL 
638]. 

For an account of Mr. Loring, see page 987. 

54. IX. IIJS. EUcn Gardner, his wife. 

Her immbur in direct descent is [53. IX. 1098.] For an account of 
her, see page 98G. 

54. IX. 1129. Edith Prescott [Josephine A. 54. VIIL G41], born 
in Boston. 

54. IX. 1120. lioyer Wolcott, hor husband, born in Boston. A 
lawyer. Residences : Boston and Milton, ^lass. 

> Harvard Cullege Class Hook of 1S72 (No. 3), p. 25. 



990 THE PICKERING GENEALOGY. 

Mr. Wolcott, TI. C. 1870, LL.I5. 1S74, .studied fur a time in tlie law 
offipo of Thornton K. Lothrop and was admitted to the bar. lie practised 
law, tliougli liiri attention has been chiefly given to trust estates. For 
three years, 1877-187'.), lie was a member of the Boston Common 
Council, and for three years, 1882-1884, he was a representative in 
the Jfassachusetts Legislature. During that time he was an eflicient 
member, servinjj on tlie committees of libraries and labor, and as chair- 
man of tlie conimilteo on elections. lie was lieutenant-governor of 
Massachusetts in 189.'], 1894, 1895, and 1896, and governor in 1897. 
lie ^vas the fir?t president of the Ivepublican Club of Mas.sachusetts. 

j\lr. Wolcolt is an overseer of Harvard College, a trustee of the 
Ma.?saeliusetts Ceneral Ilospitnl, a trustee of the Charity of Edward 
Hopkins, and a trustee of the Boston Athenaeum. He is a member 
of the Massachusetts Historical Society, of the Xew England His- 
toric-Genealogical Society, and is a member of several social clubs. He 
represents his family in the Society of the Cincinnati, of which his great- 
grandfather, Oliver Wolcott, governor of Connecticut, was an original 
member. He also represents his brother. Lieutenant Huntington Wolcott, 
in the Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States.^ 

Mr. "Wolcott is a son of J. Huntington and Cornelia (Frothingham) 
Wolcott. His father -was a merchant, being a member of the firm of 
A. & A. Lawrence, of Boston. His ancestr}- includes the following 
families: Wolcott, Sanders, Pitkin, Drake, Wolcott, Sanders, Clark, 
Newbury, Collins, Leete, Chittenden, Sheafe, Cornwall, Huntington, 
Baret, Clark, Gager, Perkins, Lathrop, Scudder, Williams, Stalham, 
Park, May, Brewer, Chester, Welles, Talcott, Mott, Holyoke, Stockton, 
Pynchon, Himtington, Baret, Rockwell, Capen, Adgate, ]\Iar\'in, Paine, 
T{aiii><ford, Sunderland, Frothingham. Hett, Piand, Edenden, Whittemore, 
Ui)ham, Frost, Miller, Whittemore, Upham, Hall, Collicot, Phipps, Ket- 
t(;ll. Hay den, Townsend, Collins, Shippie, i\ritchell, Austin, Batchelder, 
'J'ul'ts, Pierce, Lynde, Frothingham, Hett, Rand, Edenden, Atkins, Linnell, 
Cook, Lombard, Vickery. See Axcestky Tablks f'^y. 

> Massachusetts of To-D:iy, with iiortr.ait, p. lOS; also the Boston Daily Advertiser of 
Jan. 5, IS'Jl, and the Boston Daily Herald of Sept. 15, 1S'J2. 



NINTH GENERATION. 991 



51. IX. 1131. Liiizee Prescott [Jo-sepliiue A. 54. VIII. G41], bom 
in Boston. Residence : Xcav York City. 

Mr. Prescott is in the dry goods commission business in Xcw York. 

54. IX. 1131. I'raiives Clifford Brown, his wife, born in Portland, 
Maine. 

Mrs. Prescott is a daughter of Philip Henry and Fanny (CliiTord) 
Brown. He is a banker of Portland. jV^-ckstkv Tablks :j'.^.,. 

54. IX. 1132. Catherine Elizabeth Prescott [Josephine A. 54. 
VIII. G41], bom in Boston. 

54. IX. 1132. Iferho't Timnilns, her husband, born in Milan, Italy. 
Residence: Groton, Mass. 

Mr. Timmins is a son of George Henry and Virginia (^linunzis) Tim- 
mins, of Milan. A^cestky Tables ;f'i«-„- 

55. IX. 1133. Percival Lowell [Augustus 55. VIII. G47], born in 
Boston. Residence : Brookline, ]\Iass. 

Mr. Lowell, IT. C. 187G, immediately after graduating, went abi'oad and 
spent a ycai- travelling in Europe and tlie East. On his return to America 
he engaged in the management of trust funds. lie became the treasurer of 
the Lowell Bleachery, and for some months was acting treasiu-er of the 
Massachusetts Cotton Mills. In tlie spring of 1883 he went to Japan, 
settling in Tokio to stud}' the language and the people. In August, he w'as 
asked to accompany the Korean Special Mission to the United States of 
America as its foreign secretary and counsellor. This was the first embassy 
ever sent by Korea to any "Western power. i\lr. Lowell accepted the posi- 
tion ; and the endjassy spent six weeks in the United States, and then 
returned to Korea, where he spent the winter in the capital, as guest of the 
king. In 1S84, after his return home, he published an account of Korea, 
under the title " ChosiJn : The Land of the Morning Calm." Mr. Lowell 
has since lived a great deal in Japan, and has published the following 
works on Japan: "The Soul of the Far East"[lSSG]; "Noto" [1890]; 
"Occult Jnj)an" [1804]. In 1S!>4 he ])ut up an observatory at Flagstaff, 
Arizona, for the special study of the planet I\Iars. As a result of observa- 



902 TJIK PICKERING GENEALOG Y. 

tions there, lie piibli.slied, in 18'.)5, " J Ears." Tie lifis twice lectured before 
the Lowell Institute, in 1S'J4 on "Japanese Ocoultisin," mu\ in 1895 on 
"Mars, Iiosults of the FlagstatY Observations." 

He is a member of the American Academy of Aris and Sciences and of 
the Royal Asiatic Society.' 

55. IX. 1134. Abbott Lawrence Lowell [Augustus 55. VIII. 647]. 
For an account of Mr. Lowell, see page 984. 

55. IX. llo4- Auna Parker Lowell, his wife. 

Her number in direct descent is [53. IX. 1084]. For an account of 
l\[rs. Lowell, see page 984. 

65. IX. 1135. Katharine Lowell [Augustus 55. VIII. G 17], born in 
Boston. 

55. IX. lloo. Alfred TiooseveJt, her husband,, born in Xew Yorlc, 
died in Mamaroneck, N. Y. A banker. Residence : New York. 

Mr. Roosevelt was the treasurer of the Xew York Eye and Ear Infirm- 
ary, and the New York Dispensary. 

lie was a son of James A. and Elizabeth (Ihnlcn) Roo^^evelt. His 
father was a banker of New York. Theodore ItoosercU [1. X. 77] is his 
cousin. His ancestry includes the following families: Roosevelt, Jans, 
Sjoerts, Bogaert, Van Schaack, Barnhill, Emlen. See Axcestey 

TABLE.S j}^. 

55. IX. 1137. Elizabeth Lowell [Augustus 55. Vlll. 047], born in 
Boston. 

55. IX. 1137 William Lowell Putnam, her Imsband, born in Rox- 
bur}'', Mass. A lawyer. Residence : l^oston. 

Mr. Putnam, H. C. 1882, LL.B. 1886, is a partner with his father in the 
firm of Russell & Putnam, of Boston. 

He is a son of George and Ilamet (LoancU) Putnam, of Cambridge. 
Charles Eliot Ware [2. VITI. Jtf ] was his granduncle ; Marij LoueU [54. VII. 
307'\ is his grandaunt; Fichecca liasscU LoiccU [53. VI. 101] and 3Iari/ 

» Harvard College Class Book of 187G (Xo. 4), pp. 37, OS. 



XINTJI GEXERATION. 993 



Jackson [2. ^'II. 14] \vcro his great-gr.iinlaunts, uml CliaHrs Jar/cson [2. VII. 
102 was liis grcat-grandimclc. His ancestry iiichulos the following families : 
Putnam, Porter, Ilathorne, Perlcy, Peubody, Foster, O.^good, Clement, 
Putnam, Hutchinson, Bosworth, Cutler, Hutchinson, Boswortli, Gedney, 
Clapp, Houghton, Tuckt-r, Ware, JIunting, Gay, Wood, Williams, Pren- 
tice, Dunton, Rand, Edenden, Whitman, Peirce, Bowes, Champney, 
Bridge, Hancock, Prentice, Clark, Clark, Bulkley(?), Wendell, Du Trieux, 
Staats, Joehemse, 01i\er, Bradstreet, Dudley, T}ng, Hunt, Richards, 
Torrey, Shrimpton, Lowell, Sylvester, Torrey, Shaller, Clinmpney, Bridge, 
Turrell, Moore, Hodges, Russell, Pitt, Curwcn, Herbert, Chambers, 
Patefield, Graves, Gray, Stedman, Avery, Sparlia\vk, Angier, Newman, 
Spence, Blaw, Traill, Traill, Balfour, Baikie, Fea, Whipple, Reyncr, Cutt, 
Hoel, Hammond, Frost, Jackson, Baker, Salter, Quincy, Pares, Gookin, 
Bird, Dolling, Flynt, Hoar, Hincksman, Willet, Brown, Tracy, Gookin, Bird, 
Dolling, Snvage, Hutchinson, Marbury, Tyng, Sears (/), Cotton, Hawkridge, 
Bradstreet, Dudley, Lake, Goodyear, Cabot, Orne, Thompson, Higginson, 
Whitfield, Sheafe, Savage, Symmes, Gardner, Frier, Onie, Browne, Board- 
man, Bull, Truesdalo, Halton, Dodge, Conaiit, Horton, Larkin, Hale, 
Raymond, Bishop, Woodbury, Dodge, Herrick, Laskin, Leach, Fuller, 
Hayward. See Ancestry Tables -i^ig,- 

55. IX. 1141. Bowdoin Bradlee Crowninshield [Benjamin W. 
55. VIIL 653], born in New York City. A naval architect. Residence: 
Boston. 

Mr. Crowninshield graduated at Harvard College in 1890. 

55. IX. 1147. Frederick Josiah Bradlee [Alice 55. VIII. 654], 
bom in ]3oston. A real-estate agent. Residence : Boston. 

Mr. Bradlee graduated at Harvard College in 1888, and is now of the 
firm of J. Murray Howe & Bradlee, of Boston. 

55. IX. 1147. EUr,aheth W/iitwell Thomas, his wife, born in 
Boston. 

Mrs. Bradlee is a daughter of Arthur M. and ilary Thomas. A.vcestry 

Tahlks j'^... 

ft) 



904 THE nCKERIXG GENEALOGY. 

55. IX. 1151. Alice Piituam Bacon [Loui.sa 55. VIII. G55], born 
in IJrookline, iMass. 

55. IX. llo4- Williain Sfttvgis Jlooper Zothrop, her liusband, 
born in Beverly, Mass. A clerk. Resicleufe : Milton, Mass. 

Mr. Lothroi) is a son of 'riiornton Kirkland and Anne Jlaria (Hooper) 
Lothrop. His lather is a lawyer, of Boston. Ami/ rtuhody Lotltvop [53. 
IX. 10So~\ is his sister. For his relationship and ancestry, see under her 
head on pages 984-085. See Ancestky Tai;li:s ^'^^,„. 

55. IX. 1155, Louis Bacon [Louisa 55. VIII. G55J. A clerk. Resi- 
dence : Newton, Mas.s. 

Mr. Bacon gradnated at Harvard College in 1894. 

56. IX. IIGO. Flora Maria Taylor [Andrew B. 5G. VIII. G62], 
born in London, X. H. 

56. IX. IIGO. George Daniel Sawyer Xoyes, her hnsband, born 
in Hooksett, N. H. A merchant. Residence : Pittsticld, N. II. 

5Ir. ]N"oyes is a son of George and !Mary E. (Sawyer) Xoyes. His 
father was a railroad conductor. Ancestry Tables -^^s^. 

56. IX. 1168. Oscar Dl^eslis Littlefielcl [Sarah E. 5G. VIII. G70], 
born in Palmyra, Maine. He changed his name to Parknian. A milk- 
dealer. Residence : Lynn, Mass. 

56. IX. lies. EUa Frances Ames, his wife, born in Lynn, Mass. 
Mrs. Parkman is a daughter of Aaron G. and Xancy R. Ames, of Lynn. 

Ancestry Tables ^^^j- 

57. IX. 1178. Jessie Hannah Perry Clark [John W. 57. VIII. 
G78], born in Exeter, N. H. 

57. IX. 1178. JHilfjar Theodore Humphrey, her husband, born in 
West Stockbridge, Mass. A custom-house officer. Residence: Franklin, 
N. J. 

Mr. Humphrey is a sou of Oscar and Anna E. (Campbell) Humphrey. 

Ancf.stky Tai;i.i:s -ja^- 



NIXTJl GENERATION. ' 99' 



.07. IX. 117'J. John Franklin Clark [John W. 57. VIII. C78], 
born in Exeter, N. II. A publi-sher. Rcsulcucc : Franklin, N. J. 
Mr. CInrk i.s a graduate of Dartmouth College. 

57. IX. 1170. Lucy Jliirrai/ C'leineut, his wife, Lorn in Xarrows- 
burg, X. J. 

Mrs. Clark is a daughter of the Rev. Elbert and Sarah (Ternhead) 
Clement, of East Orange, N. J. Ancestuv Tahlks -^^^j,. 

58. IX. 1185. Mary Dorsey Parker [Caroline 58. VIII. 710], 
born in Howard County, ^Id. 

58. IX. llSo. JEdtrard Lloyd Winder, her huslxmd, born at Wye 
House, Talbot County, Md. Residence: Howard County, Md. 

Mr. Winder is a sou of Charles Sydney and xVlicia (Lloyd) Winder. His 
father graduated at West Point and became a general in the Confederate 
Army. He was killed at the battle of Cedar iMountain. His ancestry 
includes the following families: Winder, Lloyd, Xeale, Covington, Rousby, 
Tayloe, Murray, Lloyd. See Axcestrv Tahles j'g g. 

58. IX. 1186. Tliomas Donaldson Parker [Caioline 58. VIIL 
710], born in Howard County, 3Id. 

58. IX. 11S6. Chavlotte ro.K Tiffany, his wife. 
Mrs. Parker is a daughter of Lyman and Sarah j\I. (Stanton) Tiffany, of 
Washington, D. C. Axcestrt Takles ^^g,. 

58. IX. 1189. Jolin Donaldson Parker [Caroline 58. VIIL 710], 
born in Annapolis, ^Id. 

Mr. Parker graduated at Johns Hopkins University in 1895. 

50. IX. 1195. Maiy Colman Mellen [Georgiana S. 59. VIIL 725], 
born in Wayland, ilass. 

59. IX. llOo. J. TLou-ard Stone, her husband, born in Belmont, 
Mass. A riding-teacher. Residence : Belmont. 

Jlr. Stone is a son of Charles and Sarah II. (Spear) Stone. His father 
is a farmer, of Belmont. An( estrv Tables ja^^u.- 



996 77/y; rjCKi:i;L\G genealogy. 



50. IX. 1197. Fiv.nces Mixtcr Curtis [Alice D. 59. VIII. 735], 
born in ]>o.-;ton. 

59. IX. 1107. liobcft Carter Jfccfton, her husband, born in Tania- 
qiKi, Pa. A coal-dcaior. liesidonco: Boston. 

Mr. Ileaton is a son of Keuben A. and Mary Heaton. A-vcestry 
Tables -i^^,,- 

59. IX. 1198. Mary Kembls Robinson [John 59. VIII. 743], 
born in Salem. 

59. IX. IIOS. Jiic7i(n-(l Whcailand, her husband, born in Salem. 
Ivcsidcncc : Salem. 

Mr. Wheatland graduated at Harvard College in 1895. 
His numljor in direct descent i.s [17. X. 308]. 

59. IX. 1202. Bertha Boliun Devereux [Arthur F. 59. VIII. 
747], born in Boston. 

59. IX. 1202. George Davis Adams, hex husband, born in Boston. 
An Episcopal clergyman. 

Mr. Adams, Aniher.-t, 1879, was prepared for college at Phillips 
Academy, Andover, Mass. 

He is a sou of Daniel M. and Elizabeth J. A. (Davis) Adams. Ancestry 
Tables :f^6v.- 

59. IX. 1203. Humplirey Devereux [Arthur F. 59. VIII. 747], 
born in Salem. A civil engineer. Pesidenco: Dayton, Ohio. 

59. IX. 1203. Berihfi Cole man, his wife, bom in Cheshire, Ohio. 
Mrs. Devereux is a daughter of Hubert and Florence (Van Gilder) 
Coleman. Anckstry Ta)!i.>;s -rfj^.,,,. 

59. IX. 1204. Lonise Latham Deverenx [Arthur F. 59. VIII. 
747], born in Roxbury, iMass. 

Mrs. Bums is regent of the Dayton, Ohio, Chapter of the Daughters of 
the American Revolution. 



KINTir GEXERATIOX. 997 



59. IX. 120 f. Silas Jieese liuriis, Iier husband, boni in Mor"-an- 
town, Vn. An aicliitctt. Kci?iclence : Dayton, Ohio. 

Mr. Burns studied at the Institute of Technology, and is supervising 
architect of tlio National 3Iilitary Homes. 

lie is a son of the Kev. Silas and Susannah (Coombs) Burns, of 
Fairmount, W. Va. His ancestry includes tlie following families: Burns, 
Burbrage, Brown, Ball, Coombs, Trimble, Xeff. See Ajscestuy Tables ^"g,,,,. 

59. IX. 1212. EUza Wliite Silsbee [Nathaniel D. 59. VIII. 755], 
born in Salem. 

59. IX. 1313. Wiitslow Lewis Montgomery, her husband, born in 
Boston. A civil engineer. 

Mr. JEontgomery is a son of AYilliam and Helen L. (AVoods) Mont- 
gomery. His ancestry includes the following families : ^Montgomery, 
Gilmore, AVoods, Howe, Lewis, Jenkins, Lane, Lincoln, Winslow, Miller, 
Waterman, Snow, "Warren, Knowles, Bangs, Hicks, Atwood. See Axcestky 
Tables ^'jy. 

59. IX. 1215. George Devereiix Silsbee [Nathaniel D. 59. VIII. 
755], born in Boston. An assistant treasurer. Kesidences : Boston and 
Cohasset, Mass. 

59. IX. 1215. Bertha WilUams Griggs, his wife, born in Boston. 
Mrs. Silsbee is a daughter of Benjamin F. and Katharine F. Griggs. 
AxcESTRY Tables ^^^i- 

59. IX. 1216. Frederick Silsbee Wliitwell [Mary C. 59. VIII. 
759], born in Boston. A lawyer. Residence : Boston. 

Mr. Whitwell, H. C. 1884, studied law, was admitted to the Suffolk 
Bar in 1887, and is now in the practice of his profession in Boston. 

59. IX. 121G. Gertrude Howard, his wife, bora in San Francisco, 
Cal. 

Jlrs. Wliitwell is a daughter of William H. and Anna D wight (Whiting) 
Howard, of San ^lateo, Cal. Axcestrt Tables ^3^7 „• 



908 TJri: J'lCKERIXG GENEALOGY. 



GO. IX. il-1-2. William Edgia' Stoodley [Susanna GO. VIII. 7G4], 
born iu Andover, Vt. A carpenkr and joiner. Ixesidence : Lake Geneva, 
Wis. 

CO. IX. J223. Nancy Maria Marshall, his wife, born in Chester, 
Vt, died in Lake Geneva, Wis. 

Mrs. Stoodley is a daughter of I'Uijah and Susanna (Fuller) ]\[arshall, 
of Chester. Ancestuv Tahlks ^'^9. 

61. IX. 123J. Harriet Diantlia Collins [Mary M. Gl. VIII. 779], 
born in Pienepont, X. Y. 

61. IX. 1233. IJjthraiut Willcins, her husband, born in Norfolk, 
N. Y. A fanner. Residence: Norfolk. 

Mr. Wilkins is a son of Silas and Polly (Thatcher) Wilkins, of Norfolk. 
ANCESTRY Tables j'tx- 

61. IX. 1234. Alfred David Collins [Mary M. CI. VIII. 779], born 
in Pierrepont, N. Y. A carpenter. Eesidence : Lov.ell, ^lass. 

61. IX. 1.734- TllfUthciJi Subliia Giwleij, liis wife, born in Lancas- 
ter, Canada. 

Mrs. Collins is a daughter of jjarney and Subin.i (Snider) Gurley. 
Ancestry Takles ^'^i^» 

61. IX. 1237. Jiilia Cornelia ColUns [Mary M. 61. VIII. 779], 
born in Pavishville, N. Y. 

61. IX. 1237. Jlenry M. Heaton, her husband, born iu Potsdam, 
N. Y. A cooper. Pesidence : Potsdam. 

Mr. Heaton is a son of Aaron M. and Martha Sophy (Booth) Ileaton. 
His father is a cooper, of Potsdam. Ancestky Tables ^^^j^^. 

Gl. IX. 1238. V/illiam Joiner Collins [Mary M. 61. VIII. 779], 
born in Pierrepont, N. Y. A carpenter. Residence : Lowell, Mass. 

61. IX. 1238. Mary IlannaJi Speed, his Avife, born in Atkinson, 
Maine. 



NIXTII GEXERATIOy. 999 

Mrs. Collins is a «.l;iU!,'liter «>f Cliarks and Xcllio M. Speed. Ho is an 
insurance agent. Axcestky Tables -^^^. 

61. IX. 1249. Bird Howard Tliompson [Sarah A. Gl. VIII. 784], 
born in Eaton, OLio. Eesidence : Eldyeville, Uliio. 

CI. IX. 1.240. Eiifjluea Carpenter, his wife, born in Eaton, Ohio. 
Mrs. Thompson is a daughter of James and Louisa (Fuller) Carpenter. 

AXCESTKY TaP.LKS jf^- 

61. IX. 12.30. Mary Ella Tliompson [Sarah A. Gl. VIII. 784]. 

Gl. IX. IJoO. William Lattimcr, her hnshixnd. Residence: Cleve- 
land, Ohio. 

Mr. Lattimor is a son of Robert Lattlmer. iVxcESTRT Tables ^^^f j. 

61. IX. 1250*. Frank Allen Wellington [Ricliard H. Gl. VIIL 
787], born in Rosendale, "Wis. A clerk. Residence : St. Paul, Minn. 

61. IX. 12o0^. Estelle Louise Hart, his wife, born in Horico, Wis. 
Mrs. "Wellington is a daughter of Charles Benjamin and Annette C. 

(Potter) Hart. He is an agent of Chamberlain, South Dakota. A.vcestry 
Tables ^3^ji. 

62. IX. 1257. Jane EHza Rockefeller [Maria L. 62. VIIL 795], 
born in Greenbush, N. Y. 

62. IX. 12o7. Munroc Crnnnell, her husband, born in Greenbush, 
N. Y. A locomotive fireman. Residence : Bath, N. Y. 

Mr. Crannell is a son of Winants and Fannie (Jackson) Crannell. His 
father is a locomotive engineer, of Greenbush. Ancestry Tables ^'?j. 

62. IX. 1258. Lizzie Griffin Kockefeller [Maria L. 62. VIIL 795], 
born in Castleton, N. Y. 

62. IX. 13oS. Georfje Orcittt, her husband, bom in Detroit, Mich. 
A manufaclurer of spring beds. Residence : Bath, X. Y. 

Mr. Orcutt is a son of AVilson and Harriet (Tompkins) Orcutt. His 
father \vas a machinist. Ancestry Tables ^^t^. 



1000 THE riCKKRING GKXEJLOGY. 

62. IX. 12G0. Florence Isabelle Morse [Klizabeth A. 62. VIII. 
75*7], born in Winchester, N. 11. 

62. IX. IJO'O. Jletu'ij Jlill Smith, her husband, born in Jafl'iia, 
Coylon. KL':>idence : ^\'c.st Ciardner, ]\Ia.ss. 

I^Ir. Smith i^ a son of the Kev. John Curtis and Mary (Snoll) Smith. 
Ilis father was a missionary at Jaffna. Ancestky Taulks -^f-^. 

62. IX. 12G1. Clara Estella Morse [Ehzabcth A. 62. VIII. 797], 
born in Winchester, N. II. 

62. IX. J2G] . CharTes Hardy Bailey, her husband, born in West 
Swanzey, X. II. A physician. Residence : South Gardner, Mass. 

!Mr. Bailey is a son of Chirk and CaroHiie CordeHa (Davis) Bailc}-. His 
father is a farmer, of West Swanzey. ^\_ncesti!y Tables -^^^. 

62. IX. 12G2. Lizzie Jeannette Morse [EHzabeth A. 62. VIII. 
7'J7], born in Winchester, N. II. 

62. IX. 1262. JF'^'at^J^ Amasa Do lu's, her husband, bom in Hinsdale, 
N. H. A farmer. Residence : Hinsdale. 

Mr. Davis is a son of Amasa B. and Julia A. Davis. His father is a 
farmer, of Hinsdale. Axcestry Tables :f^f^. 

62. IX. 1265. Francis Leoni Stowell [Leefa L. 62. VIII. S02], 
bom in Watertown, N. Y. A merchant. Residence: Denver, Col. 

62. IX. 126o. Sarah 3Iatiltla Huff, his wife, bom in Hastings, 
Ontario, Canada. 

Mr.s. Stowell is a daughter of Arcabal Camell and Jlatilda (AVarren) 
Huff. A^'CESTRY Tables -f-§-§- 

64. IX. 1307. William Jay Wells [Laura E. 64. VIII. 846], born 
in Concord, N. Y. A fiirmer. Residence : Jlorton's Corners, N. Y. 

64. IX. 1S07. Calista Wilher, his wife, born in Collins, N. Y. 
Mrs. Wells is a daughter of Asa R. and Melissa (Cook) Wilber. 
AscKSTKY Tables ^'^j. 



NINTH GENEEATIOy. 1001 



G4. IX. 130'J. James Frye Wells [Laura E. Gt. VIII. 84G], born in 
Concord, N. Y. A farmer. Residence : Concord. 

64. IX. loOD. ]:inma Adelaide lilaJcelei/, his wife, born in Otto, 
N. Y. 

}>hs. Y\''ells is a daugliter of Dr. Isaac Clark and Anna (Tanner) 
Bhikeley, of Concord, N. Y. An-ce.sxry Tables ^'^^j. 

64. IX. 1311. Ursula Hammond [Lucy S. 64. VIll. 847], born in 
Spring'villo, N. Y. 

64. IX. 1311. Xorman CvandaU, her husband, born in Springville, 
N. Y. A jeweller and gunsmith. Residence: Springville. 

Mr. Crandall is a sou of George Crandall. Axcestky Tables ^'?j. 

64. IX. 1319. William Ballon [John 64. VIII. 848], bom in 
Springville, N. Y. A jeweller and piano-tuner. Residence: BulTalo, N. Y. 

Mr. Ballou served during the civil war, with a good record, in the One 
Hundred and Forty-First Regiment of the Illinois Infantry. In the year 
1879 he travelled through the principal countries of Europe. 

64. IX. 1319. Ella H. Cupp, his wife, bom in St. Louis, Mo. 
Mrs. Balloii is a daughter of William and Catherine Margaret (Light) 
Cupp. He is a boatman, of St. Louis. Ancestry Tables ■^^-^. 

64. IX. 1321. Charles Ballon [John 64. VIII. 848], born in Spring- 
\\\\q, N. Y. a piano-tuner and music dealer. Residence : BufiVdo, N. Y. 

64. IX. 1321. Alice Gaylord, his wife, bom in West Concord, 
N. Y. 

Mrs. Ballou is a daughter of George Hamilton and Jane (AVoodbury) 
Gaylord. He is a fiirmer. Ancestry Tables ■^^-^■ 

64. IX. 1326. Joseph D. Ballou [William P. 64. VIII. 849], born 
in St. Charles, 111. A jeweller. Residence : De Kalb, 111. 

64. IX. 132G. Jfof/f/ie Mai/ Wells, his wife, born in Morton's 
Corners, N. Y. 

Her number in direct descent is [64. X. 1174]. 



1002 THE nCKL'IiLXG 'iLX I:aL0<1 Y. 

63. IX. \Z\~i. Minnie Runiaals [Mary M. G5. Vlll. .SG3], born in 
East Otto, N. Y 

65. IX. 1347. Lutnan It. lyewcij, her hu-sband, born in Otto, N. Y. 
A foundryinan. Rcsiclfnce : Otto. 

Mr. I)c\vey is a son of Kalpli and Caroline F. (Pdackney) Dewey. Ilis 
father is a fomidryraan, of Otto. Ancesxry Tables ^'^9. 

QQ. IX. 13.j2^ Sophronia Pardee Webster [Lydia A. &Q. VIII. 
880-^], born in Polo, 111. 

QG. IX. loo3^. Jlcnyy Jplington, licv husband, born in Polo, 111. A 
lawyer, liesidence : New York City. 

Mr. Ajiling-ton is a son of Zenas and Caroline (Nichols) Aplington. 
His fatli<.r is a merchant, of Polo. Ancrstuy Tables ■^^-■^. 

66. IX. ]3r)2s. Lucy Dunham Tliurber [Charles S. 66. VIII. 
880*"], born in Polo, 111. 

GQ. IX. 13o2^. Sheldon Glfford Mason, her husband, born in 
I^IcHenrv County, 111. A collector. Eesidence : Cedar Rapids, Iowa. 

Mr. Mason is a son of Malaca and ^laria Louise (Maxson) Mason. His 
father is a retired farmer. Ancksthy Tables ^-^j. 

GQ. IX. 13:)2'. Charles Stewart Thurber [Charles S. GG. VIII. 
SSC*], born in Howard County, Iowa, died in Jacksonville, Fla. Resi- 
dence : Jacksonville. 

66. IX. 13o3'. Sarah Teele, his wife, born in Indian Territory. 
Mrs. Thurber is a dauahkn- of the Rev. Edwin and Sara E. (Lord) Teele, 
of Howard County, Iowa. A.vcestry Tablks ^'5^. 

66. IX. 1352'. John Rogers Thurber [Charles S. 66. VIII. 880'], 
born in l''orest(in, Towa. A book-keeper. Residence: Jacksonville, Fla. 
Mr. Thurber has been comptroller of the city of Jacksonville. 

66. IX. ]3o2K Kate Lamed Claris, his wife, born in St. Augustine, 
Fla. 



XI ym GKyEF^ATiox. 1003 

Iler first Imsbuiul, whom slio luarrioil in 1880, was Williuin Buslincll 
Clark, who ilied oue month after marriage. 

Mrs. Thurber is a daughter of Charles Floyd and Frances Smith 
(IIiiiuphre}-s) Hopkins. He is a civil engineer, of Jacksonville, Fla. 
Ancestry Tablks ^'^5. 

GQ. IX. 135-2". Candace Wheeler [Candace 6G. VIII. 880-], born 
in Now York City, died in Nen- York City 

&Q. IX. lSo2'\ Lewis Atfeybiiry Stimson, her husband, born in 
I'aterson, N. J. A surgeon. Residence : New York City. 

Mr. Stimson, Yale College, 1SG3, is Regent of the University of the 
State of New York. 

He is a sou of Henry C and Julia M. (x\tterbury) Stimson. His 
father is a broker, of New York. Ancestey Tables ^f^. 

66. IX. 1352°. James Cooper Wheeler [Candace 66. VIII. 880'], 
born in Brooklyn, N. Y. A journalist. Residence: ^Meridian, "Washington. 

BG. IX. looJ^K Annie Jlorris Sobinson, his first wife. 

Mrs. Wheeler was a daughter of Beverly Robinson, of New York State. 

AXCESTEY T.4.BLKS ^^'-f^i. 

66. IX. lo5y^. Zoe Berenice GiUtenberg, his second wife, born in 
Seattle, Washington. 

Mrs. "Wheeler is a daughter of Frank and Emma Guttenberg, of Seattle. 
Ancestry Tables if^s" 

66. IX. 1352P. Dora Wheeler [Candace 66. VIII. 880'], born in 
Jamaica, N. Y. 

Mrs. Keith studied art with William M. Chase in New York City, and 
with Bouguereau and other artists in Paris. She is, perhaps, best known 
through her decorative designing ; but she is an accomplished portrait 
painter, and has painted portraits of a number of distinguished English 
and American authors. 

66. IX. 13o2''. Bondinot Keitli, her husband, born in Pennsylvania. 
A lawyer. Residence : New York City. 



1004 THE PICKKUIXG GESEALOGY. 

Mr. Kcitli {graduated at Lchij^di University. 

He is Ji son of tlie Kev. Ormes B, and Julia (Boudinot) Keith. His 
father is a clcrgynuxn of the Protestant I^'piscopal Church. Ancestky 
Tabli;s 5'^g. 

GO. IX. 13r)2''. Dunliam Wheeler [Candace 60. VHI. 880'], born 
in Jamaica, N. V. An architect. Residence: New York City. 

G6. IX. loo2'\ Annie Quardey, his wife, born in New York City. 
Mrs. Wheeler is a daug-hter of Frederick ^VilIianl and Aiuia (Maher) 
Quartley. He is a wood-engraver. Ancestry Tables -g^f^. 

66. IX. 1332'. Leland Ossian Howard [Lucy D. GG. VIII. 880^], 
born in Kockford, HI. A naturalist. Residence: "Washington, D. C. 

Professor Howard, Cornell, 1877, received the degree of master of 
science in 1882. He is at present First Assistant Entomologist in the 
Dejwrtment of Agriculture of tlie United States, and he has published 
over one hundred papers upon entomological subjects. He was the principal 
entomolog-ical contributor to the Century Dictionary, and wrote the chapter 
on Hymenoptera for the Standard Natural History. He is co-editor, with 
Pi'ofessor C. V. Riley, of Insect Life, is secretary of the Society for the 
Promotion of Agricultural Science, and is secretary of the Biological 
Section of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. 
He has been president of the Entomological Society of Washington, and 
has held many other offices in societies connected with his profession. 

GG. IX. 7JJJ^ Marie Theodora Clifton, his wife, born in Balti- 
more, Md. 

Mrs. Howard is a daughter of Theodore l*]ccleson and Rebecca Janet 
(Moore) Clifton. He is a government clerk, of Washington, D. C. 
Anckstuv Tables j'^y. 

GG. IX. ]3.j2^ G-eorge Beers Howard [Lucy D. GG. VIIL 880^], 
born in Ithaca, N. Y'. A secretary. Residence : Montclair, N. J. 

GG. TX. 13o3^. Frances Inez Caulflchl, his wife, born in Washing- 
ton, D. C. 



iSV.Vr// GENEIUTIOX. 1005 



Jlrs. Howard is a diiugliter of John P. and I'^stolla Philliiia (("aiiusi) 
Caulfield. He is a music teacher, of Washington. Asckstky TAiii.i;s -^^s. 

6G». IX. 13.32-\ Louise Millicent Pitkin [Julia M. GG\ YIll. 
880"], born in Oswego, X. Y. 

QO". IX. 1o-j3-^. Orlando Ware Clary, her husband, born in Syra- 
cuse, N. Y. A merchant, llesidence : Syracuse. 

Mr. Chiry is a son of Lyman and Fannie (\\'^are) Chiry, of Syracuse. 
llis father is a pliysician. Anclstky Tables ^^^5. 

6C^ IX. 1352^ Elizabeth Parsliall [Juliette 6G\ VIII. 880'], born 
in Delhi, N. Y. 

GG'. IX. 1352-^. William Hohcrt Hull, her husband, born in New 
York City, died in Litchiield, Conn. Residence: Yonkers, N. Y. 

Mr. Hull was a son of ^Villiam and Mary (Barry) Hidl. Axcestkt 
Tables -gfj. 

6G\ IX. 1352-«. Edwin More [Sophronia P. 6G\ VIII. 880'], born 
in Delhi, N. Y. A clergyman. Residence : Clinton, Iowa. 

66*. IX. IJoJ-". Anna Soyt Reynolds, his wife, born in Aurora, 
111. 

Mrs. More is a daughter of Francis E. and Frances E. (Hoyt) 
Reynolds. Ancestry Tables -5'f -. 

6G\ IX. 1357. NelUe May Moody [Abbie E. G6^ VIII. 885], born 
in Illinois. 

66*. IX. 1357. Harry Swain, her husband, born in Iowa. A farmer. 
Residence : Peoples Township, Iowa. 

Mr. Swain is a son of Ransom and Maiy Almira Swain, of Peoples 
Township. His father is a farmer. Ancestry Tables -^f^- 

6G^ IX. 13GG. George Elmer Ingalls [Charles F. 6G^ VIII. 890], 
born in Tro)', X. H. A weaver. 

Mr. Ingalls has lived in Marlborough, Hinsdale, and Hillsborough, 
N. H. 



lOOG TJIE PICKERING GENEALOGY. 



GO'". IX. loGG. Jj'lora Itoxcen't Currier, liis ^vit'e, born in East 
Leiupstor, N. II. 

Mrs. Inu^alls is a dauglitor of Jolm Sumner and Jane (Jennings) Currier. 
He is a laborer, of Kast Sullivan, N. II. ^Vxcestkv Tables j'^yj. 

GG\ IX. 1370. Florence Era Bennett [Mary E. GG\ VIII. 893], 
born in (h-amby, Conn. 

GG^. IX. 1370. J.'arry Albert Pahner, born in Brooklyn, X. Y. A 
designer. Kesidence : Meriden, Conn. 

Mr. Palmer is a son of Ralph Averil and Sarah Anns (Kinney) Palmer. 
His father is a cashit-r, of Merideu. Axcesiky T.ibles jf-§. 

67. TX. 1373. Mary E. Gray [Oria P. G7. VIII. 905], born in 
Placer ville, Cal. 

67. TX. 1373. James David Giuf/cr, her husband, born in Columbia, 
Tenn. A clerk. Eesidonce : North Springfield, Mo. 

Mr. Ginger is a son of John B. and Nancy S. (Loudon) Ginger, of 
Salem, Mo. His fii.tlicr is a school-teacher. Axcestry Tables ^'jj-. 

67. JX. 1383. Charles Henry Pickering [Josiah 67. VIII. 915], 
born in Smitliborough, X. Y. A travelling salesman. Residence: Bing- 
liampton, X. H. 

67. IX. 1383. EUa Mnlock, ]\\-- wife, born in Smitliborough, X. Y. 
Mrs. Pickeiing is a daughter of David and Elizabeth (McXeish) Mulock. 
He is a farmer, of Smitliborough. Ancestky Tables 5'y g. 

67. IX. 1390. Latira Aurinda Pickering [Julius A. 07. VIII. 

920], lioni in Joe Davi:^ County, 111. 

67. IX. 1300'. Uanicl BuUi.^, her first husband, bom in La Salle 
County, 111., died in Eranklin County, loAva. A fanner. Residence: 
Franklin County. 

Mr. Bullis is a son of and Malinda (Leach) Bullis. Ancestky 

Tables ^'fyi- 



mXTJI GEXEJiAriOX. 1007 



G7. IX. Ij0(y. Jerome Jiowers, her second liu.sband, burn in Ilills- 
borougli, N. 11. A uuioliinist. Kesidonce : Geneva, Iowa. 

Mr. Bowciri is a son of John L. and Elsie (Gore) Bowers. Ilia fatlicr 
is a farmer, of llillsborougli. Axcestky Tables -sfj,. 

67. IX. 13yi. Casenclana Almira Pickering [Julius A. 67. VIII. 
920], born in Joe Davis County 111. 

67. IX. lo91. Evin Andreic Milleft, her husband, born in Joe 
Davis Count}-, 111. A farmer. Residence: Iowa Falls, Iowa. 

Mr. Millett is a son of Andrew and Lovern (Henderson) ^lillett. His 
father is a carpenter. Axclstrv Table.^^ ^'^j. 

68. IX. 1402. Geneve Pickering [Edward A. 68. VIII. 931], bom 
in Winchester, X. H. 

68. IX. 140:2. Elwin C. Sthnson, her hu.sband, born in Ashuelot, 
N. n. Residence : Ashuelot. 

Mr. Stimson is a son of Edward F. and ^Maria (Davis) Stimson. Ilis 
father is a carpenter, of AsLuelot. Axci:.stry Tables -j^^q. 

68. IX. 1407. Emmet Fvixford [Gulian P. 6S. VIII. 941], born in 
Bedford, Province of Quebec, Canada. A physician. Residence: San 
Francisco, Cal. 

j\Ir. Rixford graduated at the Universit}^ of California and at the Cooper 
Medical College, and is now in the practice of his profession in San 
Francisco. 

68. IX. 1408. Geneve Rixford [Gulian P. 68. VIII. 941], born in 
San Francisco, Cal. 

68. IX. 140s Wiuthrop Webster Sargeant, her husband, born in 
Winona, ^linn. A book-keepci'. Re^idence: Sancelito, Cal. 

Mr. Sargeant is a son of ]\Iartin Wheeler and Harriet (Bingham) Sar- 
geant. His father was a lawyer, of Winona. Anckstkv Tablks -^^tt. 

G8. IX. 1409. Loring Pickering Rixford [Gulian P. GS. VIII. 
941], born in San Francisco, Cal. 

Mr. Rixford was educated at the University of California. 



1008 THE nCKERIXG GENEALOGY. 

6.S. IX. 1414. Lillian Nellie Dwen [Ellen L. G8. Vlll. 947], born 
in Chicag-o, III. 

68. IX. 1414- Lofiii Abbott Davics, licr husband, bom in Xenia, 
Ohio. A merchant. 

Jlr. Davies is a son of Benjamin and Hester Anne (Morgan) Davies. 

AnCKSTRY TaBLKS g'0^5. 



TENTH GENERATION. 

1. X. 1. Sumner Paine [Julia 1. IX. 2], born in Boston. A 
physician. 

Mr. Paine, after joining- tlie First Corps of Cadets, was commissioned 
second lieutenant of Company A, First Regiment Massachusetts Volunteer 
Slilitia, and was afterwards made fii-st lieutenant, June 28, 1893. 

1. X. 1. Salome Margaret May Dillon BrifjluiDt, his wife, born 
in Boston. 

Mrs. Paine is a daughter of Charles Perry and ]Mary Ennua (Dillon) 
Brighara. As-cestky Tables f,. 

1. X. 2. John Bryant Paine [Julia 1. IX. 2]. A clerk. Resi- 
dence: Boston. 

Mr. Paine, H. C. 1891, is considered one of the best amateur yachtsmen 
in the country, and has designed several yachts.^ 

1. X. 3. Mary Anna Lee Paine [Julia 1. IX. 2], born in Boston. 

1. X. 3. Frederick Winsor, her husband, born in Winchester, Mass. 
A teacher. Residence : Exeter, X. II. 

Mr. "\rinsor graduated at Harvard College in 1893. 

He is a son of Frederick and Anne Bent (Ware) Winsor. His father 
is a physician, of AYinchcster. Axckstuv Tables -^.,. 

1. X. G. Arthur Howard Lee [John IJ. 1. IX. 3], born in Brook- 
line, Mass. Residence : Scranton, Pa. 

Mr. Lee, H. C. 1879, showed an inventive turn of mind at an early 
age, and this taste led him to seek a position where his talents would be 

1 Boston Herald of Feb. 3, 1S93. 



1010 TUi: nCKERING GENEALOGY. 



more fully developed. Afi(.r leaving- colleg-c, lie entered tlie Lacktiwanna 
Iron & Steel Co.'s WorJcs, at Scranton, in the e;)]);u-ify of a workman, 
and soon rose to be superintendent of blast furnaces, willi .six liuiulred men 
in charge. lie has made several inventions. He is first lieutenant of 
Company A, Thirteenth liegiment National Guards of Pennsylvania. 

1. X. 6. Marie Louise Fostev, his wife, born in Carbondale, Pa. 
Mrs, Lee is a daughter of George and Maria L. (Bennett) Foster, of 
Scranton, Pa. Ancestry Taisles fn,. 

1. X. 8. Lillian Howard Lee [Jolan R. 1. IX. 3], born in Salem. 

1. X. 8. l^dwavd liiddle, hei* husband, born in Philadelphia. 
Mr. Biddle's first wife was Emily Dre.xol. 

He is a son of Edward and Jane Josephine (Sarmiento) Piddle. 
AxcESTKY Tables ^„. 

1. X. 10. George Winthrop Lee [John R. 1. IX. 3]. Eesidence: 
Brookline, Mass. 

Mr. Lee, II. C. 1889, afterwards entered the Harvard Law School. 

1. X. n. Jolm Endicott Pea'bodj'- [Marianne C 1. IX. 4], born 
in Salem. An artist. Residences : Boston and Salem. 

Mr. Peabody, Trinity College, England, 1874, was one of the crew 
who rowed in the victorious University race against Oxford in 1873. 

1. X. IV. Gertrude Lawrence, his first wife, born in Boston, died 
in Boston. 

Mrs. Peabody was a daughter of James and Elizabeth (Prescott) 
Lawrence. Ho was a merchant, of Boston. Katharine Bigelow Laivrcnce 
[55. VIII. 6'^/] was her aunt; B.osa;no)i(l Laicrence [1. X. 13'] and JoJm 
Lawrence [1. X. i^] are her fir.st cousins; William Gardiner PrescoH [bi^. 
VIII. G4I] "\vas her uncle ; Ilarriet Scars Amory [53. VIII. GIJ] and 
Charles Walter Amory [53. VIII. 636] are her first cousins once re- 
moved ; and Susan Mason Laicrence [54. IX. 1130] is her second cousin. 
Her ancestry includes the following families: Lawrence, i\Iorse, Phillips, 
Tarbell, Longle}', Abbot, I'anmm, Lo^ ejoy, Foster, Jackson, Kimball, 



TLNTU GENEliATJON. 1011 



Scott, I'uiker, Koiui), 15ig\lo\v, Wanen, Flagy, Whitney, llagar, Kobin- 
son, Amliews, Rankin, Irving-, Prescott, I'latts, I.uker, Draper, Oliver, 
Newgate, Wilson, Crafts, Baldwin, KicharJson, Fisko, AVilson, Jennison, 
Macomber, Prescott, Platts, Loker, Draper, Oliver, Xe^\■g'atc, Wilson, 
Crafts, Ilale, Ilutcliinson, Bosworth, Palmer, I'earson, Tattle, Burnliam, 
Ward, llickling', Sale, Townsend, l\'nn, Addington, Leverett, Greene, 
Tattersliall, Barton, Gould, Robinson, Stanbridge, Graves, Amorj, 
ITolnies, Wliarf, Coflin, Thember, Stevens, Severance, Ge}-er, Starbuck, 
Reynolds, Holmes, Wliarf, Linzee, Inman, Sparsmau. See Axcestky 
Tables -ji. 

1. X. 11'. Martha P. Whitney, the second Avife of John Eudicott 
Peabody, born in Beverly, Mass. 

Mrs. Peabody is a daughter of William M. and Anne (Nourse) Whitney. 
lie is a merchant, of Beverly. iV^-ckstuy Tables y ». 

1. X. 12. Francis Peabody [Marianne C 1. IX. 4J, born in Salem. 
A lawyer. Residences : Boston and Xahant, Mass. 

Mr. Peabody was pi'epared for Harvard College, but -was prevented 
from entering by the removal of his famil}^ to England. For two years 
he went to Cheltenham College, one of the large English Schools, and 
then entered Trinity College, where ho took his degree of B.L. in the law 
tripos in 187(3. He then passed a year in the chambers of a leading 
bai-rister in Lincoln's Inn, London, and was admitted to the bar of the 
Middle Temple, London, in 1877. Later he returned to Boston, and 
entered the law office of ^Morse, Stone, & Greenough ; and then, after a 
year and a half at the Harvard I^aw School, he was, in 1879, admitted 
to the Suffolk Bar, In politics ]\Ir. Peabody is a Democrat. He was 
a})pointcd by Governor Russell an aide-de-camp on his staff, and he was 
later appointed judge advocate-general, with the rank of general. In 
1894, he was nouiinated for mayor of Boston by the Democratic party, 
but ho was defeated. He is interested in, and a director of, several large 
corporations, and is a trustee of several large estates. He is an athlete, 
and has always been conspicuous in almost every kind of out-door sport. 
He rowed a large number of races in English waters, and won raore 



1012 THE PICKEIUXG GENEALOGY. 



than fifiy cups; ami, in 187'J, at Harvard, ;ilter liis return to America, 
he was on the wiiniiny 'Varsity ciylit, one ot" Bancroft's most famous 
crews. He is a menibcr of a laryo number of the social clubs of Boston.* 

1. X. 12. Itosdtnond Ldii'i-encc, his wife. 

Mr.s. Peabody is a daug-htt-r of Abbott and Harriette White (Paige) 
Lawrence, of Boston. John Lawrence [1. X. i^] '^ l't;i" brother; Katharine 
Bigelow LavrcHce [fio. VIII. fi^T] was her aunt; Gcrtrmle Laivrence [1. X. 
ii^J was her first cousin ; and Susan Mason Lawrence [54. IX. 11J6] is her 
.second cousin. Her ancestry includes the following families : Lawrence, 
Morse, IMiillips, Tarboll, Longley, Abbot, Farnum, Lovejoy, Foster, 
Jackson, Kimball, Scott, Parker, Kemp, ]3igcloAv, Warren, Flagg, 
Whitney, Ilagar, liobinson, Andrews, Eankin, Irving, Prescott, Platts, 
Loker, Draper, Oliver, Xewgate, Wilson, Crafts, Baldwin, Kichardson, 
Fiske, Wilson, Jennison, Macomber, Paige, l\ead, Jennison, Peirce, Cole, 
Aiken, Gibbs, Cluimbcrlin, 'White, Metcalf, Flint, Johnson, Maverick, 
Harris, Uliichmore, Browne, Perkins, Burnham, Barrow, Gill, Dowse, 
Rand, Holland, Story, Cooper, ]\[f;non, Eddy, Harrison, Peirce, Bridge, 
Turner, Pedrick, Bro\vn, Chinn, 3iartin, Xorthey, Knott, Dovereux, Stacy, 
Pedrick, 13oden. See Axcxstry Tables f. 

1. X. 13. Endicott PealDOcly [ilarianne C. 1. IX. 4], born in Salem. 
A schoolmastei'. Pesidence : Groton, Mass. 

Mr. Peabody 's parents removed Avith their family to London in 1871, 
and he was mainly educated in England. He first went to Cheltenham 
College, and in 1876, to Trinity College, Cambridge, where he received 
the degree of LL.B. in ISSO, and LL.^l. in 1883. He returned to America 
iu 1880, and entered the banking house of Lee, Higginson, & Co. Later 
he became interested in the work of tlic Protestant Episcopal Church, and 
he determined to enter the ministry. He graduated from tlie Episcopal 
Theological School, in Cambridge, in 1884, and was ordained to the 
diaconato June 18 of that year. In 1882, previous to graduating, he 
engaged for a short time in missionary work in Arizona. Under his care 

' The Boston Suuday Globe of Xov. 11, 1S94 ; also several Boston newspapers o£ 
Nov. 10, IS'Jl. 



TEXT If GKNEnATION. 1013 



and direction a parish was organized and a clnircli built in Tombstone, 
Arizona. Being- deeply interested in educational work, he established the 
school for boys at Groton in 1884. In this work he has been eminently 
successful.' 

1. X. 13. Fanny Peahody, In's wife, born in Danvers, ]\rass. 

Mrs. Peabody is a daughter of Francis and Helen (lUoodg-ood) Pea- 
body, of Danvers. lie is president of the American Insurance Company 
of Boston. Jacob Cron-nbishidd Bof/rrs Pcahodij [17. X.Ji.!?] is her brother ; 
and Samuel Endkott reahodij [1. IX. //] .is her uncle. Her ancestry includes 
the following- families: Peabody, Foster, Perkins, Knig-ht, Smith, Morrill, 
Maverick, Harris, Burnap, Pearson, Walton, l^lanchord, Hasscll, Hubbard, 
]\Ierriam, Pice, King-, Bi-own, Vinton, I-]ndicott, Felton, Tompkins, Endi- 
cott, Jacobs, Frost, Waters, Tompkins, Putnam, Hutchinson, Bosworth, 
Cutler, Leach, Flint, Putnam, Hutchinson, Boswortli, Bacon, Eichardson, 
Giles, Putnam, Porter, Hathorne, Perley, Peabody, Foster, Osgood, 
Clement, Putnam, Hutchinson, Bosworth, Cutlei-, Hutchinson, Boswortli, 
Gedney, Bloodgood. See Axcestry Tables -?,. 

1. X. 11. Martha Endicott Peabody [Marianne C. 1. IX. 4], born 
in Salem. 

Mrs. Lawrence's education was finished in England. She is a skilful 
pianist. 

1. X. 1^. John Laivrence, her husband, born in Boston. Resi- 
dence : Groton, Mass. 

Mr. Lawreiice, H. C. 1885, has a farm at Groton. 

He is a son of Abbott and Harriette White (Paige) LaA-^rence, of Boston. 
For his relationship and ancestry, see under the head of his sister, Bosamond 
Lawrence [1. X. 12^, on page 1012. See Axcestry Tables ^„. 

1. X. 15. George Lee Peabody [Marianne C. 1. IX. 4], born in 
Salem, A clerk. Residences: Boston and Hamilton, Mass. 

Mr. Peabody, H. C. 1886, has been a mendjcr of the Common Council 
of Salem. 

' One of a Thousand, by Jolin C. Eaud, p. -107. 



1014 THE PICKERLXn CIEXEALOGY. 



1. X. lo. J:^fi'.i(b<-(h Copley Crown inshield, his wife, born in 
Brookliue, 3I;i>'s. 

Mrs. Pc.'il)0(ly is a diui;:;hter of General Caspar and Elizabeth Clarke 
(Greene) Crowninslu'cld, of IJoston. Francis Boardman Crowniiishichl [55. 
VII. <57J] was licr <;Tnnduncle : Tliomas Jefferson Conlhlge [hS. IX. 11 ID], 
Susan Mason Lairrcncc [5-1. IX. ll^G], Harriet Sears Anion/ [53. VIII. 6'iJ], 
and Charles WaVvr Amori) [.03. Vlll. 0'~6'] are her first cousins once removed ; 
and Charles 3H^(/lin Ilariunond [1. X. IS] and Eleanor Brooks [1. X. 23] 
are her second cousins. Her ancestry includes tlie following families: 
Crowninshield, Allen, Cliirurd, AVilliams, Skerry, Manning:-, Calley, Derby, 
Ililman, Ilaskut, Langdon, Hodges, I'hippen, Wood, Williams, Skerry, 
Manning, Calley, IJoardnian, Baker, Hodges, Phippen, Wood, Williams, 
Skerry, Manning, Calley, ^[nnning, Callej', Stone, Lambert, Brown, Scars, 
A\'illard, Howes, Freeman, l-'iince, Mernck, Dimmick, Bursley, Sturgis, 
\\'inthrop, Forth, Read, Browne, Smith, Dudley, Dighton, Tyng, Sears (?), 
]?orland, Neil, Lindall, Yeren, Poole, Brenton, Mason, Pepper, Johnson, 
Scollay, Clark, Kilb)', Sinipkins, Richardson, Powell, Dummer, Atwater, 
Blackman, Bromfield, Danforth, Wilson, Coney, Atwater, Blackman, Greene, 
Tattershall, Ijarton, Gould, Robinson, Chandler, Douglas, Mattle, Ray- 
mond, Smith, Bourne, Gardiner, Wilemson, King, Liidlam, Copley, Single- 
ton, Clarke, Appleton, Everavd, Whittingham, Winslow, Chilton, Hutchin- 
son, Marbury, Ilamby, Appleton, Everard, Oliver, Lowell, Baker, Symonds, 
Read, Sawyer, Littlefield, Dennis, Hook, French, Winslow, Batchelder, 
Cutler, Cowell, ]\Iillar(?), Clark, Kilby, Simpkins, Richardson, Sullivan, 
Odiorne, Johnson, Bassum, Adams, Winborn. See Ancestry Tables §,„. 

1. X. 16. Rose Lee [George C. 1. IX. 5], born in Newton, Mass. 

1. X. IG. JieginaJd Oraij, her husband, born in Boston. A lawyer. 
Residence: Boiston. 

Mr. Gray, H. C. 1875, LL.B. 1877, practises law in Boston and has 
charge of trust estates. 

He is a son of Francis Henrv and Iledwiga Regina (vShobcr) Gray. 
Ucnry Gray [25. VIII. 2r,3], John Chijwiau Gray [53. VII. SOI], and 
Iloracc Gray [53. VII. 304] were his granduncles ; and Catherine Gray [50. 



TEXTir GEXKRATJON. JQIS 



X. 107'j} is his lir.st cousin once renioved. IIi.s aiiccstiy incliules the fol- 
lowiii;,' fainilius: Gray, WilHanus, Callcy, Durrill, Ivory, iriouth, Jarvis, 
Chipiiian, llowland, Tilloy, Cobb, Hinckley, Hale, Byley, Clark, Somerby, 
Grecnlcaf, Brown, Eaton, Woodbury, Dodyo, Cotton, Hawkridge, Uossiter, 
Saltonstall, Gurdon, Ward, Edmonds, Clay, Habersham, Eegaidere, Savage, 
Butler, Sliober. See Axcestuv Tablls o „.. 

l.X. 17. Alice Hathaway Lee [George C. 1. IX. 5], born in 
Newton, Mass., died in New York City. 

1. X. 17. Theodore Roosevelt, her husband, bom in New York 
City. A ranclunan, author, and politician. Residence : Sagamore Hill, 
Long Island, N. Y. 

Mr. Roosevelt, II. C. 1880, ivas elected a member of the New York 
Assembly in the following year. He led the minority in that body during 
the session of 1882, was active in reform measures, and on his re-election in 
1883 he was largely instrumental in cari-ying through the State civil service 
reform law, and an act for regulating primary elections. As chairman of 
the committee on cities in 1884, he succeeded in abolishing the fees of the 
county clerk and register, in providing for tlieir payment by salaries, in 
curtailing abuses in the offices of the sheritT and surrogate, and in securing 
the passage of a bill which deprived aldermen of the power to confirm 
appointments to office, and centred in the mayor the responsibility of 
administering municipal ailairs. He was chairman of the New York dele- 
gation to the National Republican Convention in 1884, and an unsuccessful 
candidate for mayor of New York in 1886. In 1884, he joined the Eighth 
Regiment National Guard of the State of New York, as second lieutenant, 
and rose to be captain of one of its companies. In 1889, he was appointed 
by President Harrison civil service commissioner, and in this capacity he 
has rendered such efficient service that he has been indorsed by all parties. 
In May, 1895, he was appointed by Mayor Strong a member of the Board 
of Police Commissioners of New York City, and was elected president of 
that body. During his incumbency of this office he has been instrumental 
in abolishing abuses in that city, and has especially devoted himself to the 
enforcement of the liquor laws. In 1897, ho was ajipointed Assistant 
Secretary of the Navy. 



lOlG THE J'ICKERmG GENEALOGY. 

Mr. Kooscvclt is nuicli iiitcrt'stcd in frontier life, and, in 1884, started his 
cattle ranch in Dakota. From that year, until he was appointed civil service 
conwnijsioner, he passed most of his time in the "West, ex])loring the country 
and limiting' big game, lie has written nuu-li, and his published works are 
as follows: "The Naval AVar of 1812, or the History of the United States 
Navy daring the Last War with Great l>ritain " [Xew York, 1882] ; "Hunt- 
ing Trips of a linncliman" [IS.'^,')] ; "Life of Thomas H. IJenton " [1887]; 
and " Life of Gouverncur -MoiTis " [18.SS], the latter two in the American 
Statesmen Series; '• Kancli Lite aiul the Hunting Trail" [New York, 1888] ; 
"The Winning of ilio West," llirce vols. [18^0-189-4] ; "A History of New 
York for Freeman's Series of Historic Tov/ns " [1891]; " Fssays on Prac- 
tical I'olitics" [IS.'^S]; "The Wilderness Hunter" [New York, 1893]; and 
he has edited, uilli George I'inl Gi-iniK-ll, "American Big-Game Hunting," 
the book of the Boone and Crockett Club [New York, 1893]. 

Mr. lioosevelt with his brother has continued the work of his father in 
the Newsboys' Lodging House. He is a trustee of the American Museum 
of Natural History, and is a member of the Board of the State Charities 
Aid Association.^ 

Mr. Koosevelt's second wife, ^hom lie married Dec. 2, 18SG, is Edith 
Kcruiit Carow. She was born in New York, Aug. 6, ISGl, and is a 
daughter of Charles Kermit and Gertrude (T^der) Carow, of New York. 
By her he has the following children : — 

TiiKODOKE RoosKVELT, Lorii in Sagamore Hill, Sept. 1.", 1SS7. 

Kr.HMir RoosKVKLT, born in Sagamore Hill, Oct. 10, ISSO. 

Etjikl Kooskvklt, born in Sagaiuore Hill, Aug. 13, 1891. 

Aeciiibald ]>l:lj.oci; Eoosi:vr,i/r, born in AVasbin^'ton, D. C, April 9, 1S94. 

He is a son of Tlieodoiv and ]\Iartha (Bullock) Iiooscvelt. His father 
was a inerchanl and banker, of New York City. Alfred IlooscvcU [55. IX. 
lloo^ is his cousin. His ancestry includes the following families: Roose- 
velt, Tiiomas, Jans, Sjoerts, .Bogaert, Van Schaack, Barnhill, Bullock. 
See Ancesti-.v Taiu.ks ?. 

' Appleton's Cyclopxdia of American Biograplij', Vol. V. p. 318; and the newspapers 
of the day. 



TENTH GENERATION. 1017 



1. X. 18. Harriet Paine Leo [George C. l.IX. o], boiu in Newton, 
Mass. 

1. X. 18. Charles Mijjihi IJammoud, her Imsbaud, born in Na- 
hant, ]\Ia.ss. A vincyardist. Ivesidence : Ived Hill Ranch, Upper Lake, 
Cal. 

Mr. Haiuraond graduated at Harvard College in 1883. 

He is a son of Gardiner Greene and Elizabeth Crowninshield (Milllin) 
ILxuiinond. Fraitci'^ Uocrdman CrouiniisJiicId [r)5. Vll. JJJ] was his grand- 
uncle, and Elizahttli Coidt^i Croivniushicld [1- X. U] is his second cousin. His 
ancestry includes the following families: Hammond, Stedraan, ^yilson, Trow- 
bridge, Fiske, Wyclh, Smith, Knapj), IJeers, Pcirce, Munroe, Dawes, Mills, 
Bumstead, Story, Jackson, Chajjin, Crump, Greene, Tattershall, Barton, 
Gould, Robinson, Chandler, Douglas, Mattle, Raymond, Snn'th, Bourne, 
Gardiner, AVilemson, King, Ludlani, Copley, Singleton, Clarke, Appleton, 
Everard, ^yhiltinglulm, Winslow, Chilton, Hutchinson, ]\rarbnry, Hamby, 
Francis, Mitflin, Tench, Turbutt, ]\Iitllin, Hardy, Robinson, Davis, Crownin- 
shiekl, Allen, Clifford, Williams, Skerry, Manning, Galley, Derby, Hilman, 
Hasket, Langdon, Hodges, Phippen, Wood, Williams, Skerry, Manning, 
Galley, Boardman, Baker, Hodges, Phippen, Wood, Williams, Skerry, 
Manning, Galley, Manning, Galley, Stone, Lambert, Brown. See Ancestky 
Tables f ,. 

1. X. 19. Caroline Haskell Lee [George G. 1. IX. 5], born in 
Newton, Mass. 

1. X. 19. Sewall Henry Fessenden, her husband, born in Boston. 
A note-broker. Residence : Newton, Mass. 

Mr. Fessenden. H. C. 1886, is of the firm of F. S. Moseley & Co., of 
Boston. 

He is a son of Sewall H. and Louisa Green (Bursley) Fessenden. His 
father was a merchant, of Boston. An-cestby Tables 5,,. 

1. X. 20. Isabella Mason Lee [George C. 1. IX. 5], bom in Newton, 
Mass. 



1018 THE PICKFRING GENEALOGY. 



1. X. 20. Gcoryc Sultoiisla/l Mumford, licr liusbaiKl, born in 
liochfslor, N. Y. Seoretiuy and w.areliousc manager. Residence : 
Nowton, ifass. 

Mr. .AInniford j:;raduatcd at Harvard Colle^'O m 1887. 

lie is a son of George Eliliu and Julia I'^nnna (Tlills) Jlnmford. Ilis 
fatlier was a lawyer, of Koclicster. His ancestry includes the following- 
fauiilios: ^Miiiuford, Siiennan, Odding, Rciniiigton, L'iclnnond, Davis, 
Cliosoboroug-h, Stevenson, McDowell, Saltonstall, Kaye, Gm-don, "Ward, 
lOdnionds, Roswcll, Russell, Pitt, Wintbrop, Forth, Read, Browne, Smith, 
Dudle\-, Dighton, 'IVng, Sears (?), Smith, Standley, Porter, Hart, Judd, 
Steele, Freeman, Hubbard, Jenkins, Scoville, Hills, Wright, Gregory. See 
Antkstuy Tables ^-„,. 

1. X. 21. Georg-e Cabot Lee [George C. 1. IX. 5], born in Newton, 
Mass. A clerk. Residence : Newton. 

Mr. Lee graduated at Harvard College in 1894. 

1. X. 23. Rioliard Middlecott Saltonstall [Rose S. 1. IX. 8], 
born in Newton, I\r;!ss. A lawyer. Residence: Newton. 

Mr. Saltonstall, H. C. 1880, took a two years' course in the Harvai-d 
Law School, and afterwards was in the office of Ropes, Gi'ay, & Loring as 
a student. He became solicitor for the New York and New England Rail- 
road, and has since practised his profession in Boston. He is a member of 
the New England Historic-Genealogical Society. 

1. X. 23. Elccuiov Jirool's, his wife, born in Medford, Mass. 

Mrs. Saltonstall is a daughter of Peter Chardon and Sarah (Lawrence) 
Brooks, of Boston and of Medford. Shepherd Broolcs [53. VIII. 627^ 
is her uncle: Susan ]\Fiison Lav:rc)\ee [54. IX. H2G~\ is her aunt; James 
Aiuory Ajiplefon [51. YIII. J^7^] was her granduncle; and Thomas Jefferson 
CooJid(jc [53. IX. JIJO] and IJoirij Sid>ic>/ Everdt [50. IX. 1001'] are her 
first cousins once removed. Her ancestry includes the following families : 
Brooks, Atkinson, Boylston, Gardner, Smith, Boutwell, Kendall, Brown, 
Sherman, Woodbury, Dodge, Cotton, Ilawkridge, Rossiter, Saltonstall, 
Gurdon, Ward, Edmonds, Gorham, Ilowland, Tilley, Otis, Gardner, Frier, 



TENTH GENERATION. 1019 



Starbuck, Keynokls, Coflln, Tliembcr, Stevens, Soley, Sluitc, Viall, Coflin, 
Tlicmbcr, Stevens, Severance, Gayer, Starbuck, Reynolds, Call, Kettell, 
■\Vard, "Wafle, Stiinpson, Sweetser, Wiggleswortli, Wyer, Johnson, Jolinson, 
Maverick, Harris, Shepherd, Van Meter, Strode, Hamilton, Gorhani, How- 
land, Tillcy, Otis, Jacob, Crocker, Bursley, Howland, Tillcy, Lee, Stin-gis, 
Taylor, Thacher, Winslow, Bourne, Hedge, Lathrop, Lawrence, ilorsc, 
Phillips, Tarbell, Longley, Abbot, Farnura, Lovcjoy, Foster, Jackson, 
Kimball, Scott, Parker, Kemp, Richards, Upson, Fuller, Lee, Hart, 
Hopkins, Bronson, Judd, Adams, Paine, Morse, Prentice, Dunton, Rand, 
Edcnden, ^Yhitman, Pierce, A2)])leton, Evcrard, Oliver, Lowell, Baker, 
Symonds, Read, Sawyer, Littlefield, Dennis, Hook, French, Winslow, 
Batcheldcr, Cutler, Cowell, Millar (?), Clark, Kilby, Sinipkins, Richardson, 
Sullivan, Odiorne, Johnson, Bassum, Adams, Winborn. See Ancestuy 
Tables ^„. 

1. X. 24. Rose Lee Saltonstall [Rose S. 1. IX. 8], died probably 
in Boston, of pneumonia. 

1. X. 24- George Webb West, her husband. A physician. Resi- 
dence : Boston. 

Dr. AVest, H. C. 1872, M.D. 1880, practises his profession in Boston. 

He is a son of George and Mary Elizabeth (Webb) AVest, of Salem. 
His ancestry includes the following families: West, Aver, "Webb, Bray, 
Collins, Cockerill, Phelps, Bray, Collins, Cockerill, Lander, Driver, Glover, 
Guppy, Gray, Grover, Felt, "Wilkinson, Purchase, Silsbee, Pickering, Crom- 
well, Skerry, Lunt, Silsbee, Tompkins, Porter, Herrick, Laskin, Bedington, 
Kimball, "Witt, Raymond, "Woodbury, Dodge. See AxcESTnv Tables |. 

1. X. 25. Mary Elizabeth Saltonstall [Rose S. 1. IX. 8]. 

l.X.2-5. Louis Agassis Shaw, her husband, born in Boston, died 
in Newton, Mass. 

Mr. Slia\\- graduated at Harvard College in 1884. 

He was a son of Quincy Adams and Pauline (Agassiz) Shaw. Gardiner 
Iloichind Shaw [ol. VI II. oTO] was his uncle; Ida Olijnqje Frcdcrlka Agassiz 
[2. IX. X^] is his aunt; and Eiizuhdh llussdt [51. VIII. oT/l is his cousui. 



1020 THE PICKERTNG GENEALOGY. 

His ancestry includes flie tblloAvin^- families: Shaw, Burt, Cliccvcr, 
Lathrop, Bill, Xicliol, Bit-ck, Pato^hall, Woody, Dexter, Thomas, Jacob, 
Kuck, Clarke, Parkinaii, Trask, Adams, Brock, Wainwriyht, Rogers, Crane, 
Donison, Dudley, Appletoii, Everard, Glover, Harris, lluggles, Wood- 
bridge, Dudley, Whiting. St. John, Chester, Agassiz, Brown. See 

AXCKSTRY TaJSLKS j. 

1. X. 2G. Philip Lcverett Saltonstall [Rose S. 1. IX. 8], born in 
Newton, Mass. An agent. Residence: Milton, Mass. 

Mr. Saltonstall, II. C. l.SS'J, is an agent of the General Electric Co., 
Boston. 

1. X. 2G. I'rances Anna Fitch Sherwood, his wife, born in New 
York City. 

]\Irs. Saltonstall is a daughter of Thomas D. and Frances Anna (iMteli) 
Sherwood. Her father was a lawyer, of Noav York City. Axcestuy 
Tables f,. 

1. X. 27. Endicott Peabody SaltonstaU [Rose S. 1. TX. S], born 
in Newton, Mass. 

Mr. Saltonstall, II. C. 1891, is a student in the law scliool. 

1. X. 28. Robert Saltonstall [Josephine II. 1. IX. 12], born in 
Newton, Mass. 

Mr. Saltonstall graduated at Harvard College in 1892. 

1. X. 29. Lticy Sanders Saltonstall [Josephine R. 1 IX. 12], 
born in Newton, Mass. 

1. X. 29. JS'eal Unntoul, her liusband, born in Beverly, Mass. A 
note-broker. Residence: Bo^lon. 

Mr. Rantoul graduated at Harvard College in 1892. 

He is a son of Robert Samuel and Harriet Charlotte (Xeal) Rantoul. 
His father is a lawyer, and has been mayor of Salem. His ancestry 
includes the following families: Rantoul, Anderson, ]\[illar, Presson, 
Stone, Lambert, Williams, ^Manning, Lovott, Root, Pride, Woodbury, 
Batchelder, Dodge, Herrick, Wheeler, Wood, Woodbury, Batclielder, 



TENTH GENERATION. 1021 



Dodye, IJutchekler, Turbox, liayniond, Gage, Trask, Neal, Lawes, Ijiitrum, 
Small, Webb, Bray, Collins, Cockcrill, Ward, Flint, ]\Ias.soy, Wells, War- 
ner, Webb, Becket, I'hippen, Wood, Cromwell, Goodule, Judd, Price, 
Hall. Sec Axcestry Taules ^„. 

2. X. 32. George Higginsoii [George 2. IX. 13], born in Stock- 
bridge, jMass. Residence : Wiinietka, 111. 

Mr. lligginson, 11. C. 1S87, is secretary and treasurer of the ]\Iotropolitan 
Wc^t Side Elevated Kailroad, of Chicago, 111. 

2. X. S2. Ediith Gvccn Grisicold, his wife, born in New York 
City, died in Winnetka, 111. 

Mrs. nigginson was a daughter of George and Lydia (Alloy) Griswold. 
lie is a merchant, of New York City. A^fCEsiitY Tables f,„. 

2. X. 33. AiTgiTsttis Barker Higginson [George 2. IX. 13], born 
in Stockbridge, Mass. An architect. Residence : Chicago. 

2. X. 33. Mary Frances Givvan, his wife, born in Xew Yoi"lc City. 
Mrs. Higginson is a daughter of John and Jane (Magee) Girvan. 
AxcESTRY Tables ^„. 

2. X. 37. Margaret G-racie Higginson [James J. 2. IX. 15], born 
in New York. 

2. X. 37. Clarence Stoiigliton Tiske, her husband, born in Cam- 
bridge, Mass. Residence : Cambridge. 

Mr. P^iske is a son of John and Abby Morgan (Brooks) Fiske, of 
Cambridge. His father is an author. Axcestry Tables ^,.. 

2. X. 42. Robert Parkman Blake [Mary L. 2. IX. IG], born in 
Boston. A clerk. Residence : Boston. 

Mr. Blake graduated at Harvard College in 1894. 

3. X. 53. Ernest Elackmer [Elizabeth W. 3. IX. 37], died in 
Shanghai, China. 

Mr. Blackmer enlisted in the Union Army during his sophomore year 
in college, when he was not quite sixteen years old. He continued in the 



1022 THE PICKERING OEyEALOO Y. 



service during the war, ri^Ill^'• in rank, until at tlio time of his diseharj^e he 
Avas first lieutenant ot' the Thirteuuth New York Cavalry.^ 

3. X. 54. Constance Blacluner [Elizabeth AV. 3. IX. 37], born in 
New York City, died in Morristown, N. J. 

3. X. 54- IViUiaot Itndderow Eadle, her luisband, born in Port 
Richmond, X. Y. A paper mercliant. Residence : ^lorristown, N. J. 

Mr. Eadio formerly lived in Port Richmond. Ho was in the wholesale 
drug- business from 1SG4 to liS72, and in the latter year engaged as whole- 
sale paper-dealer in New York City. 

lie is a son of Dr. AViIli;mi Glass and Elizabeth Day (Rudderow) Kadie, 
of Port Richmond. Ancestky T-ibles f . 

3. X. 5G. Helen Esther West Abljott [Alfred A. 3. IX. 30], bom 
in Danvers, Mass. 

3. X. S6. George Belden Braiiievif, her hnsband, born in New 
York City. Residence : New York City. 

Mr. Brainerd is a son of Ck'orge AV. and ^Mary Ann (Leiden) Ihainerd, 
of New York City. Axcestry Tables ^. 

3. X. 58. Elizabeth Otis Abbott [Alfred A. 3. IX. 39], probably 
born in Danvers, Mass. 

3. X. oS. George Whipple Hastings, her husband, born in West 
Roxbmy, 3Iass. A merchant. Residence : Boston. 

Mr. Hastings was formerl}' a member of the firm of Lambert Bi'others, 
importers of glass, Boston. 

He is a son of Samuel and Mary Ann (Guthries) Hastings. His 
ancestry includes the following families : Hastings, Cheney, Coolidge, 
Barron, Perry, Traino, Stubbs, liigelow, Flagg, Garfield, Gale, Brighani, 
Rice, Goodenow, Bullard, Billings, Guthries. Seo Axckstry T.\bles f. 

3. X. G3. Carrie Appleton Dodge [Jane G. 3. IX. 43], born in 
Cedar Rapids, Iowa. 

' Port RiclimonJ County Sentinel of November, 1S79. 



TKNTII GENERATION. 1023 



."). X. GJ. JJicrctt J'Jif(/ene Viinlap, lier luisbiuul, born in l^isbon 
1' alls, Maine. A nicrcliant. Kcsidence : Westboiougli, Mass. 

Mr. Dunlap is a son of David Smith and Emma Jane (ShurtlofT) 
Dinilap. A.nli;.sti:y Tables f. 

3. X. 64. Aiinie Esther Joyslin [Emma F. 3. IX. 45], born in 
Berlin, Vt. 

3. X. 64. Gcovf/e JiiD-f/css JIdsJcell, her Imsband, born in Rochester, 
^lass. A fanner. Residence : Rochester. 

]^Ir. Haskell is a son of Deacon George "Whitfield and ^lartba Dexter 
(Burgess) Haskell. Axcesthy Tables j^jy. 

4. X. 67. Francis Warren Rockwell [Mary E. 4. IX. 47], bora 
in Valalie, X^. Y., died probably in Brooklyn, N. Y. A physician. Resi- 
dence : Brooklyn. 

Dr. Rockv/ell, Amherst, I8G0, graduated at the College of Physicians 
and Surgeons of Xew York in 1868, and in the same year visited the 
principal hospitals of Europe. In 1869, he began the practice of his 
profession in Brooklyn. In 1874, he was appointed surgeon at St. John's 
Hospital, and in 1880, at St. Mary's Hospital. In 1876, he became 
consulting surgeon at the Sliellering Arms Xurser}-, and in 18S5, at the 
Luci-ctia Mott Inhrmar}* for "Women, and the Hospital for Nervous 
Diseases. 

4. X. 67. Elhaheth Troirbri(7f/e JlfnnuiiU, his wife, born in 
Brookhn, N. Y. Residence: South "Woodstock, Conn, 

Jlrs. Rock\\ell is a daughter of Caleb and Elizabeth Frances (Trow- 
bridge) Ilannnill. Her father was a merchant, of Brooklyn. Her ancestry 
includes the followhig families : Harnmill, Trowbridge, Jackson, Eaton, 
Perry, Tillman, Conkling. See Axcesthy Tables fj. 

4. X. Ci^. Mary Adelaide Rockwell [Mary E. 4. IX. 47], born in 
Valatie, N. Y. 

4. X. 6S. Ilenrij Kirl'c White, her husband, born in New York 
City. Residence: New York City. 



1024 Tin: ncKKniNG genealogy. 



Mr. "Wliito is a .son of Saimicl I'omeroy and Caroline Mary (Jenkins) 
White, of New York City. His fatlicr was a pliy.sician. His ancestry 
includes tlio following faTuilios: "Wliitc, Crow, Goodwin, Bissell, Mason, 
Dart, Donglas, Ilale, Welles, Poineroy, Kingsbury, Jenkins, Gardner, 
Frier, Sliattuck, Reynolds, Macy, Ilojicot, Folgci', jNforrill, Gardner, Frier, 
Sliattuck, Reynolds, Clnirch, Severance, Folger, Morrill, Gardner, Frier, 
Sliattuck, Keynolds, Church, Severance, Coffin, Theinber, Stevens, Bunker, 
Godfrey, Look, ]5unkor, Godfrey, Dayton, Sntilli, Ijisben. See Axcestkt 
Tables ^ ^ . 

4. X. G9. Fredericlc Frye Hockwell [Mary E. 4. IX. 47], born in 
Wiluiington, Del. A farmer. Residence : Leonard, Texas. 

Mr. Rockwell was formerly a clork in the Kational Park Bank. His 
health failed, and he spent two yenrs in travel. lie finally settled in Texas, 
Avhere he engaged in a general farming and stock raising business. 

4. X. GO. Isahella S. Amos, liis wife, born at Staten Island, X. Y. 

Mrs. Rockwell is a daug])tcr of Alexander L. and Judith C. (Simonson) 
Amos. lie ^vas a landi'cape gaidenei'. Her ancestry includes the follow- 
ing families: Amos, Simonson, Bird. See AxcrsiuY Tables y'j. 

4.x. 72. Mary Clinton Hamilton [Margaret G. 4. IX. 48], born 
in New York City, died probably in llcvf York City. 

4. X. 7Z Jlarlhi Finch ITaich, her husband, born in Xew York 
City. An auctioneer. Residence: Xow York City. 

Mr. Hatch is a son of Charles Clark and Abigail (Jesop) Hatch. His 
ancestry includes the following families: Hatch, Jesop, Hyde, Haiwey, 
Randall, !Mcad. See Axckstky Tablks -1^-^, 

4. X. 7;-). Julia Thatclier Hamilton [^[argaret G. 4. IX. 48], born 
in New York City, died in New York City. 

4. X. 7j. Charles LiuJIoiv Jioffcrt, her husband, born in Xew York 
City, died in Xew York City. A broker. Residence : New York City. 

^Ir. liogert was a son of Henry Kneeland and ^Enry Elizabeth Bogert. 
His father was a meichant, of New York. AxcnsTia- Tables ^^. 



TENTH GLWERATTOX. 1025 



4, X. 71. Josepliine Lyon Hamilton [Maryaix-t G. 4. IX, 48], 
born in New York City. 

4. X. 74- T:hencxcv Kcllofftj Wright, licr Imsband, born in Rome, 
N. Y., died at Long Brunch, N. J. A bunker. Residence : New York 
City. 

Mr. "Wriglit was edncuted at Rome Academy, and at seventeen entered 
the Utieu City Bank. In IbSi), he went to New York, and entered tlie 
Park Bunk ; and, in 180O, he was made its president. He M-as one of the 
organizers of the State Trnst Company, and a memljer of the Chamber of 
Counnerce. He was also a member of tlie American Geographical Society, 
of the Historical Society of Oneida, of the Sons of the Revolntion, and of 
the Society of Colonial Wars. Hamilton College conferred on him the 
degree of A. M. He was a vestryman of Trinity Chnrch. 

Mr. ^Yright was a son of Ebenezer AYilliam and Sophia (Denio) Wright. 
His father was a farmer, of Rome. His ancestry inclndes the following 
families: ^Vright, Stoddard, Deming, Butler, Harrison, Denio, Robbins. 
See AxcESTKY Tables i\. 

4. X. 7G. Edward Hamilton Lyon [Annie :\I. 4. IX. 49], born in 
Bridgeport, Conn., died probabl}- in Bridgeport. 

Mr. Lyon, during the civil war, was a member of Company I, Sixth 
Connecticut Volunteer Infantry, and was detailed as clerk of various 
departments. 

4. X. 76. Jessie Porta', his wife, born in Bridgeport, Conn. 
Mrs. Lyon is a daughter of Daniel Harvey and Emily Augusta (Barber) 
Porter. He is a dental surgeon, of Bridgeport. Axcestuy Tadles -{y. 

4. X. 77. Frank Clinton L,yon [Annie ^l. 1. IX. 40], born in 
Bridgeport, Conn. A manufacturer. Residence: Bridgeport. 

4. X. 77. Ida Lijdia Mitchell, his wife, born in New York City. 
Mrs. Lyon is a daughter of Richard and Charlotte ^Maria (Gilmore) 
Jlitchcll. He is a merchant, of New York. Axcestky Tables yy,. 

65 



1026 THE riCKERIXa GENEALOGY. 

4. X. 7S. Charles Gardner Lyon [Annie M. 4. IX. 40], born in 
Bridgeport, Conn. Residence : Bridgeport. 

4. X. 7S- Florence Gertrude Wuterhouse, lii.s wife, born in Port- 
land, Maine. 

Mrs. Lyon is a daug-Iitor of Charles and Henrietta (Merry) Watei'house. 
lie is a morcliant, of Portland. Axcesti:y Tables ^\n- 

4. X. 70. Alice Clieever Lyon [Annie M. 4. IX. 49], bom in 
Bridgeport, Conn. 

4. X. 79. Thomas Lansdell Watson, her husband, born in Bridge- 
port, Conn. A bnnker. Besidence : Bridgeport. 

Colonel ^Vatson was educated at Bridgeport, and at the j\Iilitary Insti- 
tute of New Milford, Conn. He began his business life as a bank clerk ; 
and, in 18GG, he formed the banking and brokerage firm of ILitch & 
AVatson, Mr. Daniel Hatch being his partner. On the death of Mr. Hatch, 
the business was continued under the name of T, L. Watson & Co. In 
1S79, Colonel AYatson's business was extended to New York City, and he 
became head of the firm of AYatson & Gibson. Colonel AYatson has held 
many positions of responsibility and trust, both in Bridgeport and in New 
York. He has been connected with several corporations, and has been 
president of the Fairfield County Agncultitral Society. In 1884, he was 
commissioned colonel of the Fourth Begiment of the Connecticut National 
Guards. He is a member of several social clubs in New York City.^ 

He is a son of William Lansdell and Jeannette (Nichols) Watson. His 
father is a physician of Bridgeport. Ancestry Tables -^^. 

4. X. 81. Annie Frye [Frederick 4. IX. 50], born in Bridgeport, 
Conn. 

4. X. SI. George Curtis Waldo, her husband, born in Lynn, Mass. 
A journalist. Residence: Bridgeport, Conn. 

Mr. Waldo, Tufts, 18G0, studied hnv. On the breaking out of the civil 

' A Historj' of the Old Town of Stratford, and the City of Bridgeport, Conn., by Eev. 
Samuel Orcutt, pp. 923, 924. 



TEXTn GENEnATTOX. 1027 



war, lie eulistetl as a jirivato in tlie first company raised in New London, 
and served witli it throuL,''h the campaig'n of ISfil. After liis discharge from 
the army, lie gave up the study of law, and engaged in business in New 
London and Bridgeport. In 1867, he became city editor of the Bridgeport 
Daily Standard. He held this position two years, and, in 18G9, bought an 
interest in that journal and became one of its associate editors. He was 
one of the founders of the Scientific Society, and was also one of the 
founders and a vice-president of the Historical Society. For five years he 
was a member of the boani of education, and for two years was chairman 
of the committee on schools.^ 

Mr. Waldo is a sou of the Rev. Josiah Crosbj' and Elmiiia Ruth (Ballon) 
AYaldo, of Chesterfield, X. H. His ancestry includes the following families : 
Waldo, Cogswell, Thompson, Adams, Graves, Dimock, xVllc-n, Carlton, 
Crosby, Ballon, Pike, Gan'et, Esteu, Harding, Harris, Washburn. See 
Ancestry Tables j-g. 

4. X. 82. Rosalie Frye [Frederick 4. IX. 50], born in Bridgeport, 
Conn. 

4. X. S2. John Wesley HiUman, her husband, born in Albany, 
N. Y. A planter. Residence : East Baton Rouge, La. 

Mr. llillman is a son of John and Jane Ann (Van Wermer) Hillman. 
His father is a fiirmer and merchant, of Albany. Ancestry Tables o'^. 

5. X. 02. George G-ray Sears [Sarah G. 5. IX. 58], born in Boston. 
A physician. Residence : Boston. 

Dr. Sears, Amlierst, 1880, H. C. M.D., 1885, is now a practising physi- 
cian, in Boston. He is a physician to out-patients at the Boston City Hos- 
pital, a visiting physician at the Channing Home for Consumptives, and an 
assistant in Clinical ^ledicine at the Harvard Medical School. 

5. X. 94. William Rioliards Sears [Sarah G. 5. IX. 58], born in 
Boston. 

Mr. Sears, II. C. 1801, graduated at the Harvard Law School in 1894. 

' A History of the Old Town of Stratford, and the City of Bridgeport, Conn., by Kev. 
Samuel Orcutt, pp. 823, 82-1. 



1028 THE PICKERING GEXEALOGT. 



5. X. 95. Sarah Gardner Ricliards [William S. 5. IX. GO], born 
in Bentonsport, Iowa. 

5. X. 95. Arthur Gilbert Field, her husband, Iwrn in Dorset, Vt. 
Real estate and insurance agent. Residence : San Jo.^c, Cal. 

^fr. Field is a son of Frederick and Mary (Bacon) Field. Ancestry 
Taulks a'Vi- 

5. X. 98\ Charles Franklin Holly [Mary A. 5. IX. 60"], born in 
Farmington, Ohio. A meclianic. Residence: West Fannington. 

5, X. OS''. jS'ancy Ella Withroir, his v/ifc, born in Nashville, Ohio. 
Mrs. Holly is a daughter of Joseph and Elizabeth (Arbiiclde) Witln-ow, 
of Gardner. Axck.-try Tablf.s t^^^,. 

5. X. 98°. Commodore Perry Holly [Mary A. 5. IX. 60'] born in 
Farmington, Ohio. A turner. Residence : AYest Farmington. 

5. X. 98". Ella F. Haistings, his wife, born in AYashington County, 
Pa. 

Islxs. Holly is i\ daughter of James and Anna J. (Ilannas) Haistings. 
He is a farmer. Axcestry Tables -i^;,,,. 

5. X. gS**. Philo Edmund Curtis [John D. f>. IX. 60'] born in 
Braceville, Ohio. A farmer. Residence : Bracevillo. 

5. X. 9S''. J.'anj A)i)i Jirujer, his Avife, born in Bracevillo, Ohio, 
Mrs. Curtis is a daughter of David and Eleanor Leamon (McCleery) 
Hager. Ho is a farmer, of Braceville. Axcestry Tables /q.^.. 

5^ X. 98°. Mary Elizabeth Everett [Solomon K. 5". IX. 60^], 
born in Liberty, Oliio. 

6\ X. 98". Orlo B:on.<iel, her husband, born in Farmington, Ohio. A 
grocer. Residence : Youngstuwn, Ohio. 

Mr. Housel is a son of Peter and ]\Iary (Miller) IIouscl. His father is a 
farmer, of Farmington. Akcestry Tables ^^v- 

5*. X. 98'. Mary Louisa Hake [Elizabeth J. 5*. IX. 60'], bom in 
Youngstown, Ohio. 



TKXTn GEXEL-ATIOX. 1029 



[)\\.0S'^. Jivsicill i/«i7, her liusljuiid, born in liocliL'stcr, N, Y. A 
farmer. Kosiclcnce : Ininiuiii, Minn. 

Mr. Hart is a son of James and Clavoy (Clark) Ilart. His father is a 
farmer, of Kochester. A.vckstky Taw-ks /j-,,. 

[>\ X. 08'. Clarissa Amilda Hake [Elizabeth J. 5*. IX. GO'], born 
in Champion, Ohio. 

f>\ X. ,9<S'. Chni'Ies Jacob Kevins, her husband, born in Derby, Vt. 
A farmer. IJesidenco : Aztalan, \yis. 

Mr. Nevins is a son of Jacob and Elizabeth (Green) Nevins. His 
father is a fariuer, of Aztalan. Ancestry Tables o^^,.- 

5^ X. 98'. Emma Kate Hake [Elizabeth J. 5'. IX. CO'], born in 
Jefl'evson, "Wis. 

5*. X. 98'. John Bevcar PaJxer, her husband, born in Madison, 
Wis. A farmer. Kesidence: lunman, Minn. 

Jlr. Palzer is a son of John and Margaret (Jones) Palzer. His father is 
a farmer and mason, of Orrian, Iowa. A^tcestrt Tables /jvui- 

5'. X. 98\ Mary Barlmra Everett [John D. b\ IX. GO"], born in 
Young-stowii, Ohio, died in Briar Hill, Ohio. 

5". X. OS''. John Morris Davis, her husband, born in Palmyra, 
Ohio. A farmer. Residence: Briar Hill, Ohio. 

Mr. Davis is a son of Evan E. and Ann (Morris) Davis. His father is a 
farmer, of Briar Hill. Axcestry Tables o^.^. 

5». X. 98^ John Dabney Everett [John D. b\ IX. 60"]. A 
farmer. Residence : Liberty, Ohio. 

5'. X. 98^": 31arfjaret BircJi, his wife, born in Lowellvillo, Ohio. 
Mrs. Everett is a daughter of Robert and Sarah (Martin) Birch. He is 
a farmer, of Lowellville. Ancestry Tables -/xTx- 

5'. X. 98^ John Charles Shook [Susan 5'. IX. G0°], born in 
Youngstown, Ohio. A hardware dealer. Residence : Warren, Ohio. 



1030 TTTE rTCKETiJNG GENEALOGY. 



6*. X. OS". j:ilfi 11 i/son, liis \\\{\', born in roitsville, Ohio. 
Jlrs. Sliuok is a dauyliter of AVilliaui and Mary Elizabeth (Stewart) 
"Wilson. lie is a farmer, of Coitsville. Ante.stky Tahles -2\„. 

r/. X. 9s--. Francis Merwin Shook [Susan ^,\ IX. GO"] bom in 
Coitsvillc, Ohio. A fanner. Residence: Coitsvillo. 

5*. X. ."^.S". J:/I(t Jienflrif, his wife, born in Stony Point, Pa. 
Jlrs. Sliouk is a dauj^liter of Hudson and I\liranda (Baile}) I'lentley. 
Ho is a farmer, of Ston) Point. Axcksthy Tablks /j,,,. 

b\ X. OS-''. Kate Morrison Sliook [Susan [>\ IX. GO"]. 

fi". X. OS'-'. JoJni G. Veffer, her hn.sband. A siiperintcndent of the 
Ilinirod l''urnace. Residence : Youngstown, Ohio. 

AnCESTHY T.\BLES 2J3'xiir 

5\ X. 98-'. Lydia Everett Shook [Susan 5\ IX. 60"], born in 
Coitsville, Ohio. 

5\ X. 9S"'. William J. Armitage, her husband, born in Coitsville, 
Ohio. A blacksniitli. ]i(;sidence : Youngstown, Ohio. 

Mr. Arniil;;;^e is a son of James and Lydia (liussell) Armitage. His 
father is a carriage-builder, of Coitsville. Axcesthv Tablks /o„v. 

5^ X. 08-1. John E. MoGowen [Mary 31. 5". IX. GQi], born in 
Portsmouth, Ohio. A barber. Residence : Portsmouth. 

5'. X. OS-''. Abhie Lnilicv, his wife, born in Vermont, Iowa. 
Mrs. ]\rcGowen is a daughter of George and Caroline (Leech) Luther. 
He is a farmer, of Huntington, "W. Ya. AxrEsiKv Tami.es -Juivn- 

6\ X. 08--. Kate Everett McGowen [Mary M. 5». IX. CO'], born 
in Portsmouth, Ohio. 

5". X. OS-''. Jlavrn Lotrri/, her husband, born in Portsmouth, Ohio. 
A salesman. Residence: Portsmouth. 

^fr. Lowry is a son of Oeorgc W. and Eliza (Oneal) Lo'my. His father 
is a carpenter, of Portsmouth. Ancestry Tables ^is^^vm- 



TEXTH G1:XJ:I!ATI0N. 1031 



5'. X. 98-'. Mary Jane Housel [LuciiKla n\ IX. (JO'], born in Soutli- 
ington, Ohio. 

b^. X. 98-". JoJiii I. Chryst, licr husband, born in Lordstown, 
Ohio. A fiirnier. Kusidencc: Uristol, Ohio. 

Mr. Chrv8t is a son of Jacob and Lydia (Kegal) Chryst. Ilis father is 
a weaver, of Lordstown. ^Vxckstky Tahles o^,,^. 

5'. X. 08-". Isaac M. Housel [Lucinda 6'. IX. CO']. 
For an account of liiia, see page 807. 

5^ X. OS'"". EvcUnc JJabiicj/, his wife. 

Her number in direct descent is [.5'\ IX. 60"^]. For an account of lier, 
see page 807. 

5^ X. 9S'-^. George Absalom Hoiisel [Lucinda 5\ IX. 60']. A 
fanner. Residence : Farniington, Ohio. 

5^ X. M5-^^ Julia DiUeij, his first wife, born in Bristol, Ohio, died 
in Cliampion, Ohio. 

Mrs. Housel was a daughter of Samuel and Lydia (Patten) Dllley. He 
was a farnicr, of Bristol. Axcestkv Tables /s-^.. 

b^. X. 98'"^'. Elizabeth Jlojfit, his second wife, born in Farniington, 
Ohio. 

Mrs. Housel is a daughter of Edward and Hannah (Palm) ]\roffit. He 
is a farmer, of Farmington. Ancestry Tables i]^^^^^- 

b\ X. 98^ Emily Sopliia Housel [Lucinda 5\ IX. 60'], born in 
Farmington, Ohio. 

5^ X. 98-\ J?»'vc«.firt»c«?(Z, her husband, born in Youngstown, Ohio, 
A dealer in general merchandise. Residence : Kincaid, Kansas. 

Mr. Kincaid has been a member of the Common Council of Kincaid. 

He is a son of John and Margarett (Erving) Kincaid. His father is a 
farmer, of Xelson, Ohio. Ancestry Tables itV^„. 

5\ X. 98^. Ira J. Housel [Lucinda 5''. IX. GO'], born in Fanning- 
ton, Ohio. A farmer. Residence : Farmington. 



1032 TllK nCKKRIXG GENEALOGY. 

b^. X. ,9<S"'. Jiell KiHcaid, liis Avifc, born in Champion, Ohio. 
Mrs. Iloiiricl is :i Juughtcr ol" Jolin and Jane (Willson) Kincaid. He is 
a farmer, of Nelson County, Ohio. A.vcestuy Taui.ks /jj,x„. 

5^ X. US'^'. Adeline Boone [Margaret 5^ IX. GO"], born in Gustavu.s, 
Ohio. 

5*. X. OS^''. Georfje A. Brtiden, her husband, born in Gustavus, 
Ohio. A produce dealer. liosidcnce: Gustavus. 

Sir. Ih-aden is a member of the board of education of Gustavus. 

He is a son of James and Sarah (Thompson) Braden. His father is a 
farmer, of Gustavus. Axcestrv Tables ^^mu- 

5°. X. 98"^ Francis Gardner Dabney [Freeman G. 5". IX. 00"'=], 
bom in Weathersfield, Ohio. 

5°. X. 98^°. Katie Coxy his ■svife, born in i\Iesopotamia, Ohio, died in 
Mesopotamia. 

Mrs. Dabney is a daughter of John and Mahala (Bower) Cox. Joel Cox 
[5". X. 0S^^''\ is her brother. iVxcEsiK\- Tables o^j^,. 

5^ X. 9S'p. Clara Sophia Dabney [Freeman G. 5^ IX. GO''], born 
in Farraingtou, Ohio. 

5^ X. 9S^^. Joel Cox, her husband, born in Mesopotamia, Ohio. 
Eesidcnce : ^liddlefield, Ohio. 

Mr. Cox is a son of John and Mahala (Bower) Cox. Katk Cox [5^ X. 
55^'] is his sister. Axcestky Tables ^iy«v,i. 

b\ X. 98^'. Katie Dabney [Freeman G. 5'. IX. GO'-'], born in Wan-en, 
Ohio. 

5°. X. 98^'. Charles Anlhony, her husband, born in Champion, Ohio. 
A farmer. Residence : Champion. 

Mr, Anthony is a son of Peter and Mary ("Wormly) Anthony. ^Vxcestky 
Tables /^xxv,,.. 

5«. X. 98^°. Gardner Dabney Westlake [Laura J. h\ IX. GO-'], born 
in Youngstown, Ohio. A teamster. Residence : Youngstown. 



TENTH GEXERATIOX. 1033 

5\ X. ,96''". Jiessic Elhubctli Jliddlcton, bis wife, born in Picd 
Kiitb, Eng. 

Mrs. Westlake is a dauglitcr of Samuel and Mary (George) ]\Iiddleton. 
lie is a miner, of la-d liuth. .U-ckstey Tables /q,,,,,. 

5'. X. 9S-'\ Charles Westlake [Laura J. 5^ IX. GO"'], born in Youngs- 
town, Ohio. A superintendent of rolling mills and coal mines. 

5^ X. OS''' . FaIUIi JT. IIuf/7ies, bis wife, born in Youngstown, Ohio. 
Mrs. Westbike is a daughter of William and Abdigal (IJailey) Hughes. 
He is a mechanic, of Young.stown. Axckstky Tables a^s^. 

5°. X. dS^". William Aaron Westlake [Laura J. Ff. IX. 60-^, born 
in Youngstown, Ohio. Railroad employee. Eesidence : Youngstown. 

5\ X. i>5'". EJixaheth HcrJhif/e)', his wife, born in Warren, Ohio. 
Mrs. Westlake is a daughter of David and Margrethia (Wagner) Her- 
linger. He is a brick manufacturer, of Warren. Axcestry Tables #iy^,j,. 

5^ X. 98*'. Mattie Wade [Mary 5". IX. CO-^], born in Champion, 
Ohio, died in Sharpsville, Pa. 

5^ X. 9S^'. A. If. lihea, her husband, born in Indiana County, Pa. 
A physician. Eesidence : Calico, California. 

Dr. Phea graduated at the medical depai'tment of the Western Reserve 
University, Cleveland, Ohio. 

He is a son of Joseph and Louisa S. (Wortmau) Rhea. Ilis father is a 
farmer, of Bristolville, Ohio. Axckstry Tables ^^^mv 

5'. X. 98*'". James Wade [Mary 5^ IX. GO-"], born in Bristol, Ohio. 
A farmer. Residence : Bristol. 

f)'. X. OS'"'. Florence Ilatch, his wife, born in Farmington, Ohio. 
Mrs. Wade is a daughter of Sylvester and Aseneth (Reeder) Ilatch. 
He is a farmer, of West Farmington. Axcestky Tables /^.,„,- 

5'. X. 98*". Clara Wade [Mary b". IX. GU""], born in Bristol, Ohio. 



1034 THE rrCKERIXG GENEALOGY. 



b". X. ^6'"'. AllH'i't lloofl, Iter Imsbaiul, born in I'lrirftol, Ohio. A 
farmer. Kesidenoc : East Farniington, Ohio. 

Mr. Wood is a son ot" Lysander and Itlioda Wood. I[is father is a 
farmer, of East Farmiiigtoii. Axcestky T.\i;li:s J^xi^v,- 

5'. X. 98'°. Ebenezer Dabney [Jolm r/. IX. GO-'], born in Brlstol- 
ville, Oliio. A farmer. Kesidence: Bristolville. 

5^ X. OS''^. Laura Castile, hi.s ^vife, born iu Bracevillc, Oliio. 
I\lrs. Dabne}- is a daughter of Jacob and Mary (Stille) Castile, of Far- 
mington, Ohio. .U-cestrv Tables i^xxiv.,- 

5'. X. OS^''. Mary Ellen Dabney [.John 5^ IX. GO-^j, boi-n in Bristol- 
ville, Ohio. 

5'. X. OS'''. Elihii Rltchet'soti Stead )nan^ her husband, born in 
Charlestown, Ohio. A farmer. Residence : Bristolville, Ohio. 

Mr. Steadman is a son of Homer Watson and ^lanillii Abigail (Griffin) 
Steadman. Ilis father was a mariner. Axcestky Tables ojjx^vm,- 

iV. X. 98*". Ada Belle Dabnej^ [John 5"=. IX. GO'-''], born in Bri.stol- 
ville, Ohio. 

5^ X. OS'''. JEi'nest Ijavell Brockett, her husband, born in Bristol- 
ville, Ohio. A farmei". Residence : Bristolville. 

Mr. Brockett is a son of Andrew Jackson aud Amelia .Josephine (No)-es) 
Brockett. His father is a retired physician. Axcestky Taislks .jVxxx.x- 

5^ X. 98^^ Charles H. Dabney [William b\ IX. GO-''], born in 
Champion. Ohio. A contractor of oil and gas wells. Residence: West 
Mecca, Ohio. 

5'. X. OS*'. JnJla A. PavJce, his wife, born in Orwell, Ohio. 
Jlrs. Dabne}' is a daughter of Thomas F. aud Eliza (Reynolds) Parke, 
of West ^Jlecca, Ohio. An-cesthy Tables -f^^^- 

b\ X. 98^. William Dabney [William b\ IX. GO-'], born in West 
Mecca, Ohio. A contractor and driller of oil and gas wells. Residence: 
West Cleveland, Ohio. 



TENTH GEXEEATIOy. 103.- 



5'. X. 98''. Jliiinie Tltonipson, hid wife, born in East Bristol, Ohio. 
Mrs. Diibney is a daughter of Thomas and Julia (Hyde) 'I'iioinpson. 
He is a farmer. Anik^tky Talles v>\,i..- 

S". X. 98". Mary Loretta Dabney [Gi.rdner bK IX. Go''], born in 
Mecca, Ohio. 

5'. X. 9S". Jacob Edivin Sciple, lier husband, born in i\rontgoiu- 
cr}' County, Ohio. Eesidoncc : Delianco County, Ohio. 

Mr. Seiple is a son of Simon and Urilla Catharine (Bookwalter) Seiplo. 
Ilis father is a carpenter, of Ilamler, Ohio. Axcestkv Taulks aVi,,.- 

5\ X. 98'". Frank Dabney [Gardner 5". IX. GO"'], born in Jewell, 
Ohio. Piesidcnco : Hamler, Ohio. 

5'^ X. 9S'". JEmniogene Coleman, his wife, born in Defiance, Ohio. 
Mrs. Dabney is a daughter of Hiram and Elizabeth (Boltenbury) Cole- 
man. He is a farmer, of Jewell, Ohio. Ancestry Tables #xrxur.- 

5''. X. 98^. Delia Dabney (twin) [Chauncy 5". IX. GO-^], born in 
Mecca, Ohio. 

5^ X. 9S^\ William DiUeif, her husband, born in Biistolville, Ohio. 
A farmer. Residence : Bristolville. 

Mr. Dilley is a son of Thomi)Son and Ann (Eckenroad) Dilley. His 
fiither is a farmer, of Farmington, Ohio. Axcestuy Takles n'usMv 

5^ X. 98^'. Clara Harklerode [Eliza J. 5^. IX. 60-"], born in Bristol, 
Ohio. 

S*". X. 9SK WiUlam SJiiveJu, her husband, bom in Champion, Ohio. 
A farmer. Residence: Farmington, Ohio. 

Mr. Shively is a son of John and Jane (Hodges) Shively. His father 
is a carpenter, of Champion. Ancestry Tables .fc-,^,- 

5'. X. 98^^ Elizabeth Harklerode [Eliza J. 5^ IX. GO-"], born in 
Bristolville, Ohio. 



103G THE PICKERING GEXEALOGV. 



[>\ X. OS""". Leiris noffman, ]ior luisl;;uid, born in Soutliington, Ohio. 
A farmer. Resiilenoe : North East Soutliington. 

]Mr, Hoffman is a sou of William and Susann (Ilerner) Hoffman. Ilis 
father is a farmer, of Southinytou. Axcesti-.y Tables ^^^^,,. 

6. X. 100. Martha Parker Tappan [Catherine 0. 6. IX. CQ'], born 
in Brookliue, Mass. 

G. X. 100. Joaeph HiUev Wellman, her husband, bom iu Boston. 
An assistant register. Residence : Newton, Mass. 

]\rr. "Wellmnn \Yas formerly in the insurance business. Dunng the Ci\-il 
"War, lie was quartermaster sergeant of the Forty-Seventh Eegimcnt, ]\lassa- 
chusctts Volunteer Infantry, Nov. 7, 1862. Plis first wife, Avhom he married 
in 1870, was Ellen Maria Crowell. She died in jSTewton, April 26, 1881. 
She was a daughter of Nathan Crowell. By her he had the following 
children : — 

IIiLLEE Crowell Wellm.vx, born iu Boston, March 2, 1871. 
Mabel Thaciier Wellman, born in Boston, Aug. 23, 1872. 

Mr. "Wellman is a son of William and Susan (Prescott) Wellman, of 
Brookline, Mass. His ancestry includes the following fann'lies : Wellman, 
Scarlet, Kerapton, Browne, Bartholomew, Pickering, Flint, Frost, Searl, 
White, Shelote, Prescott, Platts, Loker, Draper, Oliver, Newgate, Wilson, 
Crafts, Baldwin, Richardson, Fiske, Wilson, Jennison, Macomber, Hiller, 
"U^elch, Uphara, 3[ousall, Richardson, Hurd, Wilson, Tufts, Cleveland, 
Winn, Wilson, Waters, Linton, Hudson, Porter, Stanley, Cook, West- 
wood, Sewall, Hunt, Dummer, Archer, Mitchell, Boradel. See A.\cesti:t 
Tables 'L. 

6. X. 104. Sarah Collins Baldwin [Samuel P. 6. IX. 69], born in 
Nashua, N. H., died in Savanna, Indian Territory. 

6. X. 104. Willet Barker Stickncy, her husband. A lawyer. Resi- 
dence : East St. Louis, 111. 

Mr. Stickney's second wife, whom he married May 22, 1885, was Olive 
Johnson, by whom he has three children. 



TENTH GENERATIOX. 1037 



Ilo is a son of Walter Howard and Plicbe (Cliri.sty) Stickncy. His 
futlier is a retired fanner, of liloomfield, Ontario. His ancestry includes 
the following families: Stickncy, Swan, Heseltine, Langhorne, Howard, 
ljaa"ker, Christy. See A^•cEsTKY Tables -^^. 

G. X. 111. Sally Picknian Loring [George B. G. IX. 72], born in 
Salem. 

6. X. 111. Theodore Fvelinfjhitysen Dtviyht, her husband, born 
in Auburn, N. Y. Residence : Boston. 

Mr. Dwight is a son of Almon and Cyria (White) Dwight, of Auburn. 
AxcESTRT Tables jo,. 

6. X. 1 1 7. Kathaniel Stevens [Charlotte E. 6. IX. 80], born in Xorth 
Andover, Mass. A woollen manufacturer. Residence : North xVndover. 
Mr. Stevens is a member of the firm of j\I. T. Stevens & Sons. 

6. X. 117. EUzaheth Pviscilla Wliite, his wife. 

Mrs. Stevens is a daughter of James D. and H. Ann (Tenney) White. 
Her ancestry includes the following families : White, French, Gilman, Clark, 
Treworgye, Shapleigh, Phillips, Sargent, Appleton, Evcrard, Emerson, 
Symouds, Read, Brown, Greenleaf, Jaques, Knight, Whipple, Reyner, Ayer, 
AVhite, French, Gilman, Clark, Treworgye, Shapleigh, Appleton, Everard, 
Oliver, Lowell, Baker, Symonds, Read, Davis, White, French, Gilman, 
Clark, Treworgye, Shapleigh, Calef, Tenney, Parrat, Boynton, Pell, S^van, 
White, French, Gilman, Clark, Treworgye, Shapleigh, Calef, Bayley, Cutler, 
Moore, Stone, Stearns, Jones, Tidd, Wood, Bush. See Avcestrt Taei.es f-^. 

6. X. 118. Samuel Dale Stevens [Charlotte E. G. IX. 80], born in 
North Andover, Mass. A woollen manufacturer. Residence : North 
Andover. 

Mr. Stevens is a member of the firm of M. T. Stevens & Sons. 

6. X. lis. Lucij Amelia Ahbot, his wife, born in Canton, Mass. 
]\Irs. Stevens is a daughter of Ezra and Caroline H. (Lincoln) Abbot. 
Ho is a physician. Her ancestry includes the following families : Abbot, 



103S ^v//; ncKF.inxn GKXi:.ir.OGY. 



ClmndkT, IJarkcr, Ihinuku, Fi.-.ke, Abbot, CIkiilII.t, Fanuini, Holt, Abbot, 
FanuiMi, Lovejoy, Poor, Lincoln. See An( ksiky Tabli:s o^. 

7. X. 124. Cliaudler Bullock [Maiy 7. IX. 82], jirobably born in 
AVorcestcr, Ma.ss. 

Mr. Bullock graduatod at Harvard Collc--o in 189-4. 

8. X. 137. Famiie Frazier [Sophronia A. 8. IX. 102], bom in 
Dover, N. H. 

8. X. 7J7. Cliai'Ies Savyent Kingman, lier husband, born in Mad- 
bury, X. II. A jeweller. Kesidence : Madbury. 

Mr. King-man i.s a son of Charles Henry and xMary Elizabeth (Hanson) 
Kingman. His father is a farmer, of Madbury. Ancestry Tables o\. 

8. X. ICS. Harriet Maria Frazier [Sopln-onia A. 8. IX. 102], prob- 
ably born in Dover, X. II. 

8. X. 13S. EdwaM Jacob Piiyinf/ton, her husband, born in Dover, 
X. II. A hatter and furnisher. Residence : Dover. 

Mr. Piuington is a son of Jacob K. and Gulielma (Bassett) Purington. 
His father is a hatter, of Dover. Ancestry Tablks /g-. 

8. X. Ul. Lizzie Amanda Bradwiok [Amanda A. 8. IX. 104], bom 
in Wilkesbarre, Pa., died in "Winooski, Yt. 

8. X. 141. IVanh- JIanoch; her husband, bom in Dover, X. H. An 
overseer. Eesidence : Lawrence, ^fass. 

Mr. Manock is a sen of David :\ranoek, ;in ex-alderman and overseer, of 
Dover. Ancestry Taulv.s ^:f 

12. X. IGl. Sallie Prince Osgood [George P. 12. IX. 1G2], bom hi 
Salem. 

12.x. IGI. Gcoif/e Amoi'U Sorf/ent, her husband, born in Roxbury, 
Mass. A physician. Residence: l>oston. 

Dr. Sargent, II. C. 187G, M. I). 1888, is now in practice in Boston. 

lie i.s a son of Lucius :\Ianlius and Letitia Sullivan (Amory) Sargent. 
Ilis father was a physician, of Boston, and was killed in battle during the 



TEXT IT gi:xi:t;ation. IO30 

Civil War. WiUiam Stain Sittyjcuf ["JG. IX. -^7rV] is liis .socoud cou-sin. Ilis 
ancestry includes the lullouing t'luuilies : Sargent, Duncan, JonUin, Epes, 
Kead, Macarty, Nework, Turner, Hill, Roberts, Kitchen, Saunders, Weld, 
Clap, Mitchelson, Bushel, Osborne, Davis, Woodbury, Dunn, Cutler, Cowell, 
Millar (?), Clark, Kilby, Simpkins, Kichardson, Amory, Ilohnes. Wiiarf, 
Cortln, Theniber, Stevens, Severance, Gayer, Starbuck, Keynolds, Holmes, 
^\'harf, Sullivan, Odiorne, Johnson, Bassum, Adams, Winborn, Austin, 
Kedding. See An-cestky Tablks /=.,. • 

12. X. 164. Annie Ropes Prince [George IT. 12. IX. IGH], born in 
St. Petersburg, liussia. 

12. X. IG-j- Syilncij C/tarles Scott, her husband, born in London, 
ICng. A solicitor of the Supreme Court. Iiesideuce: Gipsey Hill, 
London. 

Mr. Scott has been in the active practice of his profession since the year 
1SG7. 

AXCESTEY TabL'ES n'^. 

12. X. 165. Sarah Marian Prince [George H. 12. IX. 166], bom in 
Scarborough, Eng. 

12.x. i6'<5'. Thomas Foster Barhani, her husband, born in Iicdland, 
near Bristol, Eng. X solicitor. Residence : Bridgewater, Eng. 

Mr. Barham was educated at Winchester College, and, in 1870, was 
aiticled to his father, who was a solicitor, and was admitted to the bar in 
187.J. He practised in London three years, and then entered into jiartner- 
ship Avith his father at Bridgewater. He was counnissioned ensign in the 
Somersetshire Volunteers in 1871, and was promoted to captain in 1879. 

Mr. Barham is descended from the old family of Nortluunberland Fosters, 
to whom belonged Barnboro' Castle. Joseph Foster, Avho took the name 
of Barham, by act of Parliament about 1750, was his great-grandfather. 

AXCESTKV TaULES o^g. 

12. X. 167. Jolm Henry Prince [George H. 12. IX. 166], born in 
St. Petersburg, Russia. A commission merchant. Residence: St. Peters- 
burtr. 



1040 THE riCKERIXG GEXEALOdY. 

\'l. X. Id}'. A)iii(i Scryecvna Sliishkin, liis wife, born in St. Peters- 
burg', Kussia. 

Mrs. Prince is a tlaU':rlitor of Sergey Lavrontovich and Vera Micliailovna 
(Koloilova) Sliishkin. ile is a merchant, of St. Petersburg. Ancestry 
Tabt-es -_^^^, 

12. X. IG!). Catlieriiie Mary Prince [Benjamin R 12. IX. 107], 
born in Alcxamlrov.ska, Iiussia. 

12. X. 100. Giivdon SalfonsfaU Mumfovd Geev, her husband, 
born in New York City, probably died in New York. A salesman, llesi- 
dence : Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Mr. Gcer was a son of George ^Varren and Cornelia M. (Mumford) Geer. 
Ilis father was a merchant, of New York Cit\'. Anne Lctitia Mumford 
[12. IX. lGo'\ was his aunt. Ilis ancestry includes the following families: 
Geer, 3Iuinford, Sherman, Odding, Kemington, Richmond, Davis, Cliese- 
borough, Stevenson, ^IcDowell, Saltonstall, Kaye, Gurdon, Ward, Edmonds, 
Roswell, Russell, Pitt, Wintln-op, Forth, Read, Browne, Smith, Dudley, 
Dighton, Tyng, Scars (?), Van Toren. See Axcestry Taki.es f-^. 

12. X. 182. Priscilla Cliever Ropes [George N. 12. IX. 172], born 
in Salem. 

12. X. 1S2. Jonathan Brown, her husband, born in Marblehcad, 
Mass. A shoo manufacturer. Residence: Salem. 

Mr. Brown is a son of Jonathan and (Carroll) Brown, of Marble- 
head. AxcESTRT Taki.i;s 3^1. 

12. X. 183. Mary Prince Ropes [George N. 12. IX. 172], born in 
Salem. 

Mrs. Ripley held a high position as a singer in Salem. She is in posses- 
sion of an old Ropes Bilde, containing family records, and has considerable 
old silver and old furniture which has descended to her from the Ropes and 
Prince families. 

12. X. ISJ. Charles Theodore lUpleij> her hu.sband, born in lioston. 
A salesman. Residence : Boston. 



TENTH GENERATION. 1041 



3Ir. Iviplcy is a son of Samuel and Elizabotli (I'nUt) Ripley. Axcestky 

Tables j^. 

13. X. ISG. Sarah Elizabeth Johnson [Caroline A. 13. IX. 185], 
born in Salcin. 

13. X, ]SG. David Loving, her husband, boi-n in Boston. A banker. 
Residence : Boston. 

]\Ir. Loring is a member of the firm of Rogers, Wood, Loring-, & Co., of 
Boston. 

He is a son of David and Mary Hall (Stoddcr) Loring-, of Boston. 
Ancestkt Tahlcs 33-. 

13. X. 1S9. Anna Dane Varney [Rebecca K. 13. IX. 187]. 
For an account of her, see page 959. 

13. X. ISO. John Pickcritifj, her liusband. 

His number in direct descent is [19. IX. 970]. For an account of him, 
sec page 959. 

13. X. 190. Henry Chase Millett [Nathan H. 13. IX. 188], born in 
Salem. A bank clerk. Residence : Marblehead, ]\Jass. 

13. X. IDO. Annie Era Jlix, his wife, born in Marblehead, ]Mass. 
Mrs. Millett is a daughter of Fabius and Mary J. (Swectlaud) Rix. 

AxCKSTKT TabLKS ^. 

13. X. 191. Arthnr Raymond Millett [Nathan II. 13. TX. 188], 
born in Salem. A book-keeper. Residence: Salem. 

13. X. 101. Xellie Fvancena. Kendall, his wife, born in Nashua, 
N. II. 

Mrs. Millett is a daughter of Josiah Alonzo and Mary Jane (Simons) 
Kendall. Ancestry Tablks 3^,. 

13. X. 192. Lizzie Goodhne Millett [Necdham C. 13. IX. 189], 
probably born in Salem. 

13. X. 103. JErncst Francisco FenoUosa, her husband, born in 
Salem. Residence : Boston. 



1042 THE I'lCKETHXa GEXF.ALOGY. 

Professor rViiollnsa, IT. C. 1874, was fitted for college at the Ilaeker iind 
the hijrh schools of Salem. lie was the class poet. After graduation, he 
entered upon a post-graduate course of three years, in plulosoi)h\ ; but a 
severe illness of nearly two years interfered with his plans. In 1877 and 
1878, ho attended the new school of painting, under Mr. Gruudmann, at the 
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, in addition to his post-graduate studies. 

In 1878, ho was invited by the Japanese Government, through Pro- 
fessor E. S. Morse, of Salem, to take the Chair of Political Economy 
and Pliilosophy in the Imperial University, Tokio, Japan. In 18*^0, he 
was made Professor of Philosophy and Logic, which position he held till 
188G. In that year, his studies in the history of Oriental Art, and his 
explorations in temple archives, attracted the attention of the Ja})anese 
Government; and he was transferred from the university, to become com- 
missioner of fine arts. In 1886 and 1887, he was sent on a special mission 
to Europe, to investigate the organization and methods of the government of 
art museums and art schools. He returned to Japan in October, 1887, and 
became a manager of both the Imperial Museum at Tokio, and of the Fine 
Arts Academ}', which were organized shortly afterwards. 

Four large collections of objects of Japanese art having become united at 
the Museum of Fine Arts iu Boston, Professor Fenollosa was invited to become 
the curator of Japanese Art, — a new department established in that ir.stitu- 
tion ; and in July, 1800, he loft Japan, to accept this position, which he still 
holds. 

Professor Fenollosa is a son of ^Manuel and !Mary (Silsbee) Fenollosa. 
His father was a music-teacher, of Salem. John Henry SUsbcc [59. \l\. 
3431 was his uncle; Xatlianki Silshee [59. VII. t?J(9] and Caroline Sihhce 
[50. VIII. oo?] were his first cousins once removed; and EUzahdl'. Wads- 
north Sparls [58. VIII. TOS^ is his second cousin. Tlis ancestry includes 
the following families : Fenollosa, SiLsbee, Tompkins, Fowle, Paine, Tnger- 
soll, Felton, Coome.s, Becket, Sibley, !i[ason, Beadle, Hicks, Gillingham, 
Bly, Hodges, Pln2)pen, "Wood, "Williams, Skerry, Planning, Calley, I\Ianning. 
Calley, Stone, Lambert, Brown, King, Guy(?), "Walker, Tahnage, Barton. 
Poberts, Andrew, Grafton, Gardner, Frier, Iligginson, Whitfield, Sheafe. 
Savage, Synmies, Gerrish. Lowell, Puck, Spooner. See Axck.strv Tables 5^5. 



TENTH GENKUATIOX. 1043 



13. X. 193. Ella Maria Harrin^-ton [Ellen U. 13. IX. 101], born 
in Salem. 

13. X. ]0J. Walter Chapin Jlnrris, her husband, born in Salem. 
A clerk. Kcsidcnce : Salem. 

i\Ir. Harris is a son of George 0. and Mary J. C. Harris, of Salem. 

AXCESTEY TaI'.LES 5^. 

13. X. 194. Caroline Bishop Harrington [Ellen U. 13. IX. 191], 
born in Salem, died in Salem, of consuni))tion. 

13. X. J94- Wilbur JT. Uaris, bcr husband, born in Lynn, !Mass. 
A shoe-manufactm'er. 17esidence: Lynn. 

Mr. Davis is a son of Joseph and Lydia C. Davis. Ancestry Tahles ■^^. 

13. X. 19G. Mary Bond Harrington [Ellen U. 13. IX. 191], born 
in Salem. 

13. X. JOG. Sylvester Bubier Breed, her luusband, born in Lynn, 
Mass. Agent for the National Cotton Seed Oil Company, liesidence : 
L3nn. 

Mr. Brood is a son of xlnios Franklin and ^lary Ann (Lindsey) Breed. 
His father is a capitahst, of Lynn. AxcrsxRy Tables 3^,. 

13. X. 197. Frances Elizabeth Smith [Elizabeth 13. IX. 192], 
born in Danversport, i\Iass. 

13. X. 107. Leroy Albert Merrill, her husband, born in Roxbury, 
Vt. A physician. Residence: Lonsdale, R. I. 

Dr. 31er)-ill graduated at tlie University of Vermont in 1S80. 

He is a son of Albert and Adeliza (Young) ^lerrill. His fatlier is a 
farmer, of Roxbury. Axcestuy Tables -^j. 

13. X. 19S!. Harriet Lane Smith [Elizabeth 13. IX. 19-2], born in 
Danversport, Mass. 

13. X. ]0S. Albert Jfa-selttiie Smith, her husband, born in "Milford, 
Mass. A photographer. Residence : Boston. 



ion THE PICKKnJXG GENEALOGY. 



Mr. Sniitli is a sou of the Kev. Jo.si.j)U and Abigail ^rellun (raikluiist) 
Smith, of Milfonl. llis auoostry iiK-hidos tljo following families: Smith, 
Pai-kluirst, Bi'own, Garfield, Morse, I^eircc, Steaiiis, Bigelow, "Wan-en, 
Flaq-g, Fiske, "Warren, Banon, Brown, Sheffield, Jones, Simpson, Alden, 
Mullins, Phillipri, Claflin, "J'ilton. See Axckstky Tahlus 5^. 

13. X. 202. Maria Ciiapman Smith [Elizubtili 13. IX. 1D2J, Lorn 
in Salem. 

13. X. 203. George Francis Verij, her husband, born in Salem. A 
baidv clerk. Kesidencc : Salem. 

Mr. Very is a son of Nathaniel Augiislus and Caroline Maria (Brown) 
Very. His father is a bank cashier, of Salem. Axckstky Tables 3^,. 

13. X. 203. Ellen "Ursula Sraith [Elizabeth 13. IX. 192], born 
in Salem. 

13. X. 203. Harry rrauL'Iiii JDidton, her husband, born in Salem. 
A salesman. Eesidence : Salem. 

Mr. Dalton is a son of Lieutenant-Colonel Joseph Frank and Eliza Jane 
(Trask) Dalton. His father is a prominent citizen of Salem. llis ancestry 
includes the following fiuuilies : Dalton, Moses, Gile, Very, Ward, Flint, 
Henderson, Brown, Driver, Glover, Guppy, Gra}-, Grover, Bra}-, Collins, 
Cockei-ill, Lander, "Wellman, Scarlet, Kenipton, Fairfield, Fr}'e, Trask, 
Troadwell. See Axcestrt Tables 5^,,. 

13. X. 205. Ellen Harrington Millett [George 13. IX. 194], 
born in Peabody, Mass. 

13. X. 2O0. KatJianiel Frct:leric Perkins, her husband, born in 
Salem. A bank clerk. Residence: Salem. 

]\Ir. Perkins is a son c^f Nathaniel Bi-ov^n and Eincline Augusta (Ilen- 
derson) Perkins. Axcestuv Tables ^\.„. 

13. X. 206. George Langdell Millett [George 13. IX. 194], 
born in Salem. A bank clerk. Residence: Peabody, jMass. 

13. X. 20G. Carrie Maria Stockwell, his wife, born in Millbury, 
Mass. 



TKXTH GENJ:iiATIOX. 1045 



Mrs. Millctt is a dau^litv.'r of Israel and Mary Jane (Dodge) Stockwoll. 
lie is a retired business man, of Peabody, Mass. Anckstky Tablks /j,,.. 

13. X. 20f). George Day [Margaret W. 13. IX. I'j.j], born in Salem. 
A clerk. Residence : Worcester, JLass. 

13. X. 200. I^liza Tdiiitcr Gilbert, his wife, born in "Worcester, 
.Mass. 

Jfrs. Day is a daughter of Charles W. and Calistu Brainard (Tainter) 
Gilbert, lie is a manufacturer, of "Woi-cester. ANCE-sTiiv Tablks j^g,. 

13. X. 211. Alice Weloster Day [Margaret AV. 13. IX. 10.")], born 
in Davenport, Icnva. 

13. X. 211. Frederic Allen WiUcie, her husband, born in Buffalo, 
N. Y. Eeal-estate agent. Residence : New York. 

Mr. Wilkie is a son of ^Mortimer and Helen Elizabeth Valleau (Allen) 
"Wilkie. He is a dealer in rjihoad supplies. Ancestry Tables ■^,.,. 

13. X. 214. Lonis Dearborn Millett [Frank 13. IX. lOGj.bornin 
Lonsdale, R. I. A surgeon dentist. Residence: Lonsdale. 
Mr. Millett graduated at the Boston Dental College in 1892. 

13. X. 214- Mary Frances Daivber, his wife, born in Lonsdale, 
R. I., died in Norwich, Conn. 

Sirs. Millett was a daughter of John and Jeanne (Anderson) Da^\■ber. 
AxcESTKY Tables jgva- 

13. X. 221. Clarence Herman Millett [Joseph II. 13. IX. 199], 
born in Salem. A clerk. Residence : Salem. 

13. X. 221. Myrtilla Matthes Dwi(/7it, his wife, born in New 
Bedford, ^lass. 

Mrs. Millett is a daughter of James Edward and Emily Brown (Giftbrd) 
Dwight, of New Bedford. He is interested in real estate and railroads. Her 
ancestry includes the following families : Dwight, Flynt, Hoar, Hincksman, 
Hawley, Ilarbottle, Marshall, Strong, Ford, Claj)p, Clapp, Parsons, Pdiss, 
Strong, Ford, Bigelow, Hartwell, Bradford, Gilford. See Ancestry 

Tables ^'gnu- 



10 IG THE riCKKHjya OLW'KiLony. 



14. .X. -J-Ja. Sarak EUzabetli Felt [Gt-orge R. 14. IX. 2u5], born 
in S;ilcui. 

11. X. ~2J. Samnvl Otis Loud, licr husband, bom in Xcwburypoit, 
Muss. A carriage ti-imincr. Residence : Jlerriniac, Mass. 

Mr. ixnul is a son of Abel Collin and Olive Caroline (Robinson) Loud, 
of" -Merrimnc. An* i;sti:v Tav.i.ks 7^. 

14. X. 224. Mary Kendi'ick Felt [George R. 14. IX. 205], born 
in Salem. 

14. X. 2.24- Arthur Barrage French, her husband, born in Boston. 
An importer of crockery. Residence : Boston. 

]\Ir. French is a son of Abraui and Sophia Jane (Cobb) French. His 
father was an importer of crockery, of Boston. Anci:stkt Tables .f\. 

14. X. 229. Charles Frederick Wilson Felt [Charles \\. 14. IX. 
20G], born in Salem. A civil engineer. Residence : Colorado. 

Mr. Felt graduated at the ilassachusetts Agricultural College in 1886. 

14. X. 231. Epliraim Porter Felt [Charles W. 14. IX. 206], born 
in Salem. 

Mr. Felt graduiited at the Massachusetts Agricultural College in 1891. 

15. X. 249. Nathaniel Millet Brown [Nathaniel 15. IX. 215], born 
in Saleiu. Clerk of the Salem Water Board. Residence: Salem. 

15. X. 249. Mary Blizahelh. Osgood, his wife, born in Salem. 

l\[rs. lirown is a daughter of Charles Christopher and Eunice Re- 
becca (Rogers) Osgood, of Salem. Iler ancestry- includes the following 
families: Osgood, Clement, Ayers, Allen, Goodale, Buttolph, Gardner, 
Frier, Orne, Pickering, Flint, Babbidge, Jewett, Mallison, ilarston, 
I'circe, Shepard, Boradel, Wainwright, Wade, Cogswell, Thompson, 
Hawkes, Pike, Ormes, Bryant, Rogers. See Axcicstut Tables ■^.^■ 

15. X. 250. John Henry Brown [Xathaniel 15. IX. 215], born in 
Salem. A banker. Residence: Salem, Dakota. 



TENTH GEXKHATION. 10-17 

15. X. 200. IJmih/ Dunning Norton, liis wife, born in Wiutcrport, 
Maine. 

Mrs. Brown is a daughter of Daniel and Ilannali J. (Dunning-) Norton, of 
Winterport. Ancestry Tables f-^. 

15. X. 2.")!. Elizabeth Southwick Brown [Nathaniel 15. IX. 215], 
born in Salem. 

15. X. 2i)4- JospjtJi Holm Di/er, her husband, born in Bonierville, 
Mass. Residence : Salem. 

Mr. Dj'er is a son of Nathaniel A. and Priscilla Allan (Knowles) Dyer. 
His father is an insurance agent, of ^fedford, Mass. Axcestky 'J'.\.i;m;s f\,. 

15. X. 25G. Elizabeth MiUet Brown [Charles F. W. 15. IX. 216], 
born in Brooklyn, N. Y. 

15. X. 2o6. Ucni'ij Searhifj, her husband, boin in Brookhii, N. Y. 
Roaidence : Brooklyn. 

Mr. Searing is a son of William S. and Katharine F. (James) Searing. 
His father is deputy collector of internal revenue, Brooklyn. Axckstky 
Tabi,i;s -fj,,. 

15. X. 2G2. Anna Waters Perkins [Benjamin M. 15. IX. 222], 
born in Salem. 

15. X. 262. George Thompson Tanch, her husband, bom in Salem. 
A clerk. Residence : Salem. 

Mr. Tanch is a son of John and 3Iartha Ann (Nelson) Tanch. His 
father is a carjjenter, of Salem. Ascf.stky Tablks ^5,,,- 

15. X. 272. Lucy Francis Lander [Benjamhi 15. IX. 230], born in 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

She is an amateur artist in water-colors and draws for publications. 

16. X. 285. Rebecca Gardner Dalryniple [Simon 0. 16. IX. 237], 
born in Salem. 

16. X. 2So. Peter Francis Adams, her husband, born in ^Maino. A 
wheelwrijrht. Residence : Salem. 



1018 THE FICKEIUNG GEXEALOGY. 



Mr. Adiuus is a son of I'cter and Nancy (Stone) Adams. Anckstky 
Tablks l^. 

IG. X. 287. George Henry Dalrymplc [Hinion 0. IG. IX. 237], 
born in Salem. An agent. Ivcsidence : Salem. 

ir;. X. 2S7. Jlcfcn Marydfct Chisholm, his wife, born in Peabody, 
Mas.s. 

Mrs. Dalrymj.le is a dangliter of William and Isabella AV. (Lawrence) 
Chisholm, of Salem. Axckstuy Tables f^. 

IG. X. 288. Edward Trmnbull Dalrymple [Simon 0. IG. IX. 237], 
born in Salem. A v.holcsale cracker-dealer. Kesidence : Salem. 

IG. X. 2SS. J)ino S. Monlton, his wife. 

Mrs. Dalrymple is a daughter of Joshua "W. and Anna D. Moulton, of 
Salem. Axcestui- Tauli.s j\. 

IG. X. 290. John James Dalrymple [James 16. IX. 238], bom in 
Salem. A merchant. Residence : Salem, Oregon. 

IG. X. £00. Mavy JSJixahefli JEvans, his wife, born in Salem. 

Mr.s. Dahymplc is a daughter of r and Lucy (Henderson) Evans. 

AxcESTKi: Taeli:> ^'-j. 

IG. X. 291. Simon Oscar Dalrymple [James IG. IX. 238], born 
in Salem. A pilot on the Chinese const. Residence: Shanghai, China. 

IG. X. 201. Anastasia BcwJcev, his wife, born in Salem. 
Mrs. Dalrymple i.s a daughter of Benjamin and Mary (Cottrell) Barker. 
Ancestry Tables ■^-^. 

10. X. 2it2. Ann Flint Dalrymple [James IG. IX. 23S], born in 
Salem. 

IG. X. 203. Gihuan Aufjustus Andreivs, her husband, born in 
Salem. A carriage mannfactn)-or. Residence: Salem. 

Mr. Andrews is a son of Oilman and Fanny Dinsmore (Cha])ple) An- 
drews. Tfis father is a carriage manufacturer, of Salem. Axcestky Tables f-^. 



TENTH GENERATION. 1049 



IG. X. 2U3. William Henry Dalrymple [James IG. IX. 238], 
born in Suleui. An attorney-ut-lu\v. Residence : Colorado. 

IG. X. 293. JBvuline Crcssij, liis wife, bom in Salem. 

Mrs. Dalrymple married, as her second husband, Woodbur)-, 

of l^everly, ilas.s. 

Mrs. Woodbury is a daughter of Charles Cressy, of Salem. Ancestky 
Tables ^j. 

IG. X. 296. Kate Dalrymple [James IG. IX. 238]. 
For an account of her, see page 838. 

16. X. 296. Aaron JPcrkins, her husband. 

His number in direct descent is [15. IX. 235]. For an account of him, 
see page 838. 

IG. X. 298. Francis Tiikey Dalrymple [James 16. IX. 238], born 
in Salem. Assistant secretary of the Ilolyoke Mutual Insurance Company, 
of Salem. Residence : Salem. 

] 6. X. 29S. SaraTi JHetella Swasey, his wife, born in Fall River, 
Mass. 

Mrs. Dalrymple is a daughter of Antony H. De Wolf and Sarah Chase 
(Ripley) Swasey. He was a carpenter and builder, of Mobile, Ala. Ances- 
try Tables -^j. 

17. X. 299. Anna Barker Ward [Samuel G. 17. IX. 241], born 
in Boston, died in Xew York City. 

17. X. 299. Joseph Thoron, her husband, born in Candia, Island of 
Crete. A commission merchant. Residence : New York City. 

I\Ir. Thoi'on, although actively engaged in business, is interested in, and 
devotes much time to, the charities of New York. He is the president of 
the French Benevolent Society, and is one of the foiinders of the French 
Catholic Club. 

Mr. Thoron is a son of Paul and Louise (Consini^ry) Thoron. Ilis fixther 
was French Consul at the Island of Crete, during the First Empire. The 
family belongs to the south of France. Ancestry Tables /j. 



1(^,50 THE PICKERiya GENKALOGY. 



IT. X. auO. Lydia Gray Ward [Sumut-l G. 17. IX. 241], bom in 
Bo.stou. 

17. X. oOO. liichard von Hoffman, licr husb;uid, boni in Leip- 
zig, Saxony. Residence: VilUv Paulina, Obernuiis, Meran, Sud Tyrol, 

Austria. 

Freihorr Richard vou IIofTuian is a kuiglit of the first class of liis sov- 
ereio-n's onler. He has owned, since July, 1870, the Villa Cclimotana, 
known formerly as Villa Mattel, in Rome, Italy, renowned for its beautiful 
.-•rounds, and its views of ancient Rome .ind the Alban Hills. ^\v. and Mrs. 
rroffman resided there from 1871 to 1879 ; but in 1880 they settled in Frei- 
burg, Germany, for the education of their sons. 

He is a son of Baron Lonis Ferdinand and Paulina Elizabeth (flayer) 
von Hoffman, of Leipzig- and Dresden, Saxony. Axcestev T.^ulks i~^. 

17. X. 301. Tliomas Wren Ward [Samuel G. 17. IX. 241], born 
in Boston. A banker. Residence : iSTew York City. 

17. X. 301. Sophia Ttcad IToicard, his wife. 

]ilrs. AVard is a daughter of Charles Ridgely, and Elizabeth Anne 
(Waters) IIo\vard, of AYaverly, Howard County, :\Id. Her ancestry in- 
cludes the following famihes: Howard, Carroll, Eager, Murray, Chew, 
Ayres, Benson, Galloway, Oswald, Caruau, Ridgely, Dorsey, Ely, Dorsey, 
Ely, Warfield, Hill, Waters. See AxcEsxity Tables /g. 

17. X. 302. Elizabeth Hazard Ward [Samuel G. 17. IX. 241], 
born in Brooklyn, N. Y. 

17. X. 302. i:}'ust von Srhouberr/ (Roth Schonberg), her husband. 
Residence: Schloss Pallns, bei Ih-ixcn, Siul Tyrol, Austria. 

Baron von Schiinberg is the second son of Baron von Schonberg. His 
mother, the baroness, was Emily Malortic, descended from an old Norman 
feudal family bearing the titles of Marquis de Villars and Baron de 
BIsmont. 

Tlie family of von Schonberg belongs to the older nobility of Austria. 

Ancestry Iable^ -gy. 



TENTir Gi:yEKATIOX. 1051 



17. X. odt. George Bucknam Dorr [}hwy Ci. 17. IX. 243], bom 
in West lui.xbuiy, Mass. Kesulciices: Boston and liar Ilarljur, Maine. 
Mr. Dorr graduatod at Harvard College in 187-1. 

17. X. 305. Samuel Gray "Ward [George C. 17. IX. 245]. Resi- 
dence : Xe\v York City. 

Mr. "Ward, II. C. 1870, returned to New York and entered the New 
Yorlc oflice of Kidder, Peabod}-, ct Co. 

17. X. 305. Frances Lydia Butts, his wife. 
AjfCKSTiiY Tabl?:s -gj. 

17. X. 30G. Marian Ward [George C. 17. IX. 245]. 

17. X. 306. Abbot Augustus Low, her husband. Residence: Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. 

Mr. Low is a son of Abiel Augu.stus and Ellen (Dow) Low. Henri/ 
Cutler Low [18. X. 333'] is his cousi]i. His ancestry includes the following 
families: Low, Bordnian, Lamb, Choate, Varney, Proctor, Jjurnliani, Ila.s- 
kell, Tybbot, Giddings, Hubbard, ^Yhito, Wise, Thompson, Gardner, Smith, 
Porter, Hathorne, Donnan, Allen, Hodges, Pliippen, Wood, Williams, 
Skerry, Planning, Galley, Dow, Sanborn, Coffin, Phippen. See Ancestry 
Tables -^g- 

17. X. 308. Ricliard Wheatland [Stephen G. 17. IX. 247]. 
For an account of him, see page 996. 

17. X. 303. Mary Kcmhle Rohiuson, his wife. 
Her number in direct descent is [59. IX. 1198]. For an account of her, 
see page 99G. 

17. X. -^11. Philip Dumaresq Wheatland [George 17. IX. 
254], born in Salem. Residence: Salem. 

17. X. 311. Alice EUertou Pratt, his wife. 

Mrs. Wheatland is a daughter of Edward Elleiton and Miriam Foster 
(Choate) Pratt, of Boston. A.nck>try Tables /g,. 



1062 THE rJCKEPilXG GhWEALOaV. 

17. X. ol2. Florence Dumaresq Wheatland [Georyo 17. IX. 
254], born in Boston. 

17. X. JiJ. Jacob Crou'uinshiehJ Jtoycrs Pt'aho(lij,\\Q\- husband, 
born in Danvors, JIass. A secretary. Ke.sidence : iJanvers. 

Mr. Peabody is a son of Francis and Helen (liloodgood) Peabody, of 
Danvors. His fiithor is president of the American Insurance Company, of 
Boston. For his relationship and ancestry, see under the head of his sister, 
Fanny Pealo'lij [1. X. LJ], on page 1013. 

17. X. 313. G-eorge Wheatland [George 17. IX. 251], born in 
Boston. A real-estate agent. liesidonce : Salem. 

17. X. 31J. li'ebecca lioyers, his wife, probably born in Salem. 

Sirs. Wheatland is a daughter of Arthur Saltonstall and Annie liod- 
man (Nichols) Rogers, of Salem. liichard Saltonstall llogcrs [50. ^'I11. odO'\ 
was her grandfather. Her ancestry includes the following families: 
Kogers, Crane, Denison, Dudley, Whittinghara, Hubbard, Lawrence, 
Burnham, Tuttlc, Boardman, Dodge, Eaton, Fairfield, Skipperway, Apple- 
ton, Everard, Oliver, Lowell, Baker, Symonds, Read, Cogswell, Thompson, 
ITawkes, Hutchinson, Goodhue, AVatson, Dane, Ingalls, Nichols. See 
Axcr.sTRY TAr:r.i:s -j^,,,. 

17. X. 314. Annie Goodhne Bemis [Robert W. 17. IX. 255], 
born in Chicopce, Mass. 

17. X. 314- Edwin Wilson Sfo<7(7<r>v?, her husband, born in North 
Brookfield, ]Mas3. A book-keeper. Residence: Chicopee, ilass. 

Mr. Stoddard is a son of Joseph and Caroline A. (Snow) Stoddard, of 
Chicopee. Axckstky Tables f-^. 

17. X. 321. James Manning Smith [Alartha G. 17. IX. 2C1], born 
in Holyoke, Mass. A lawyer. Residence: Salem. 

Mr. Smith, II. C. ISSO, changed his name to James Wheatland Smith, on 
arriving at his majoritv. He Avas fitted for college at the private school of 
]Mr. William Nichols, in P.oslon, and, after graduating, he studied l;iw in the 
ollicc of Me.-jsrs. Ga.ston & Whitney, of Boston, and was admitted to the 
Suffolk Bar, Nov. 24, 1S93. 



TENTH GEXEKATJOX. 1053 

IS. X. 'ol'l. Mary Aiigusta Procter [Francis 1'. is. IX. 205], 
born in lirooklyn, N. Y., died in Brookl}n. 

18. X. JJJ. Cliristophcv Sivei^ci/, her luisband, born in Xew York 
City. A flour-dealer. Kesidenco : Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Mr. Swezey is a son of Koali Terry and Lydia Ann (King) Swezey. 
Ilis father is a flour-dealer. Axcf.stky Taulks g^^. 

18. X. 323. Helen Lydia Procter [Francis l\ 18. IX. 2G5], bom in 
Brooklyn, X. Y. 

18. X..32o. Charles Anfpisttis 7F7*?/«Hr/, her husband, born in Xew 
York City. A coirespoudont. Kesidence : Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Mr. "WTiiting is a sou of Charles A. and Mar}' Lydia (Gidney) Whiting. 
AxcF.sTKY Tables -Jj. 

18. X. 324. Gertrude Adele Procter [Francis P. 1 8. IX. 2G5], born 
in Brooklyn, X. Y. 

18. X. 324- WlUiavi liidklcy Capen, her hn.sband,born in Xew York 
City. A bank teller. Residence : Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Mr. Capen is a son of Henry Titcomb and Eliza Ann (Collins) Capen. 
A:\CKSTnT Tables g'j. 

18. X. 330. Sarah Holman Jewett [Caroline E. IS. IX. 2C8],born 
in Brooklyn, X. Y. 

18. X. S30. George Frost UicJcs, her husband. A merchant. Resi- 
dence : New Brighton, X. Y. 

Mr. Ilicks is a son of Edgar and Sarah Low (Frost) Ilicks. His father 
is a philanthropist, of Brooklyn, X. Y. Ancestky Tables -^j. 

18. X. 332. Caroline Elizabetli Jewett [Caroline E. 18. IX. 2G8], 
born in Brooklyn, N. Y. 

18. X. 333. Jlcnrij Cutler Low, her husband, born in Brooklyn, 
N. Y. An insurance broker. Residence : Xcw Brighton, X. Y. 

]\Ir. Low is a son of Seth Haskell and Rebecca Ann (Cutler) Low. 
Allot Aufjustus Low [17. X. 30G'] is his cousin. His ancestry includes 



1051: TJli: J'lCKKIilNG OKXKALOGY. 

tliG foUowiii;^- families: Low, ]ior(lni;iii, T.aiul), Choiite, Viiniey, Pnx'toi-, 
Ijiunliam, Iliokvll, 'J'ybltol, CiiMiiijjs, lliililjanl, White, Wise, Tlioiiij)son, 
Ganluer, Smitli, rovfur, ILitlionio, Doniian, Allen, Iloilgos, Pliippcn, Wood, 
'Williams, Sliciry, Manning-, Calloy, CutltT, Cutter, Pen'iman, Fillebrowii, 
Cutler, Ifolfe, Scullard, Riusaell, Jiicc, Ward, Stow, Taylor, llapgood, Lyndo. 
ScO AxcrsTRY Tai;li:^ -^g. 

IS. X. 303. Lucy Ripley Jewett [Caroline E. 18. IX. 268], born in 
Brooklyn, N. Y., died in Brooklyn. 

18. X. S3J. John Fi'aiicls JPraer/cr, her liusband, born in Holland. 
A merchant. Residence : Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Mr. Praeger is a son of David William and Sophie IMarie (Wellman) 
Praeger. His fjitlier is a niei'chant, of Holland. Axcestky Tables g^. 

20. X. 343. Augxista Edwards Wlieaton [Sarah A. 20. IX. 282], 
boru in Manchester, ]\lass. 

20. X. 343. William ITcnr;/ Tappun, lier husband, horn in Man- 
chester. Mass. A surveyor. Residence : Jlanchester. 

Mr. Tappan's iirst wife, to wliom he was married April 7, 1857, was 
Margaret Anderson. She died April 11, 18G7, leaving no children. 

lie is a sou of l^benczer and Sally (Hooper) Ta])pa]i. Lucij Story 
Ttippan [21. IX. oOd'] and James ICniglit Tapiuni [20. X. JJJ] are his first 
cousins once removed. His ancestry includes the following f;\milies : 
Tappnn, Taylor, Ijatt, Wigglesworth, jiudge, Marsh, Cutter, Emerson, 
Grant, Moody, Cutting, Little, Coilin, Thembev, Stevens, Gi'eenleaf, Foster, 
Stuard, Jacobs, Frost, Woodbury, Bennct, Hooper, Gale, Gilbert, X'orthey. 

See AxCKSTr.Y T.VJiLKS y^g-. 

20. X. 345. Helen Frances Wlieaton [Sarah A. 20. IX. 282], bom 
in ?tfanehe.ster. Mass. 

20. X. 84o. Samuel Lcnch, her liusband, born in Manchester, Mass. 
A shopkeeper. l?esidence : Denver, Col. 

Mr. Leach is a sou of Benjamin aud Lucy Stor}' (Allen) Leach. Ascestky 
Taki.es -A 



TENTH GENERATIOX. 1055 

20. X. 34t). William Wilberfoaxe Whcaton [Samli A. 20. IX. 
282], burn in Manclicster, jMass. A cabiiiet-uiakt-r. Kesitlonce: Manchester. 

20. X. 340. Alice Grcenleaf Chase, bis wife, boin in Manchester. 
Mass. 

Mrs. Wheaton is a danghtcr of Iloiiry S. and Mehitable Ann (Allen) 
Chase, of Manchester. Iler ancestry includes the following families : Chase, 
Carter, Allen. See Axcestky Taums .^^. 

20. X. 353. Sarah Letitia Edwards [Samuel A. 20. IX. 284], 
born in Clinton, ilass. 

20. X. oo3. James KnUjht Tapjxiu, her husband, born in 2Ian- 
chester, Mass. Residence : Manchester. 

Mr. Tappan is a son of Henry Story and Elizabeth (Eldridge) Ta]->pan, 
of Manchester. For liis relationship and ancestry see nnder the head 
of his sister, Liici/ Story Tajipan [21. IX. SOo^, on page 849. See 
Ancestry Tables yj. 

20. X. 354. Millie Louise Edwards [Sanuiel A. 20. IX. 284], born 
in Clinton, ]\lass. 

20. X. oo4- JRalpli TJ7<<7^/<'j' ^//^fiij. her husband, born in Manchester, 
Mass. An architect. Residence: I'oston. 

Mr. Allen studied at the Massachusetts Normal Art School. 

He is a son of Luther Franklin and Susan Elvina (xVndrews) Allen. 
His father is a wood-carver, of Manchester. AxcEsijiy Tables y^^,,. 

20. X. 355. Fred Stanley [Elizabeth A. 20. IX. 285], bom in Jlan- 
chcster, Mass. A grocer. Residence : Wobum, Mass. 

20. X. Soj. Ll^xie C/iatJbournc I'levce, his wife, born in Beverly, 
Mass. 

Mrs. Stanley is a daugliter of George and Caroline (Burnham) Pierce, 
of Beverly. j\:N-cESTKr Tables ^^. 

20. X. 350. Frank Johnson [Lucy J. 20. IX. 287], born in 
Jlanchester, Mass. A cabinet-maker. Residence : Lynn, Mass. 



lOofi THE J'Jckj:iuxg aEXEALOoy. 



20. X. J-yj. Geoff/iaiia Jiut't'ill, his wii'e, born in Lynn, Ma^ss. 

IMrs. Johnson is ;i daughter of Kichard Ing-alls and Alniini Lreed (Att- 
Avill) Uurril], of Lynn. Xalliaiiiel Btirrill [.'j5. VIIL oCG^] was her first 
cousin once reinovodf and CLuilcs F. Biurill [29. X. oSI] is lier second 
cousin. Her ancestry includes the following- fixmilics: Bun-ill, Ivory, 
South, Farriiigton, Hill, Xowhall, Potter, Farrar, Fowle, Richardson, 
Gieen, Johnson, Ligalls, Harker, Tucker, Attwill, Hicks, Sill, Green, 
^[itchelson, Bushcll, Dag-g-ot, Breed, Xewhall, Potter, Farrar, Fowlo, Kich- 
avdsoii, Green, Doanc. See Axckstky Taf.lks y^. 

21. X. 37.5. John Eurnliam Goldsmith [Mary J. 21. IX. 317], 
born in Maiiehoster, Mass. A shoemaker. Kesidence : Beverly, Mass. 

21. X. S7d. Annie Sophia Larcont, his wife. 

Mrs. Goldsmith is a daughter of Cornelius and Caroline (Sanborn) 
Lavcom, of Beverly, ]^Ias3. Axcestry Tables ^-^-. 

22. X. 393. Daniel Augiistus Marshall [CharloUe 22. IX. 329], 
born in Salem. A manuficturer of salt. Pesideuce: Bay City, Mich. 

22. X. oD3. JBlirM SijU'ia Conrad, his -wife, born in Rice, X. Y. 
Mrs. Marshall is a daughter of Daniel and Mary Ann (Hawley) Conrad. 
llo Avas a farmer, of Rico. Axcestry Tables f^. 

22. X. 395. George Henry Marshall [Charlotte 22. IX. 329], 
born in Salem. A currier. Re.sidence: Saleni. 

22, X. oDo. EUzaheth Jordan Adams, his wife, born in Wenham, 
Mass. 

Mrs. Marshall is a daughter of Willianx and Emily (Beane) Adams. 
AxcESTKY Tables ^f. 

22. X. 397. Martha Keene Marshall [Charlotte 22. IX. 329], 
born in Yv'iitorborough, IMaine. 

22. X. o!^7. George Henry Glover, her husband. A currier. Resi- 
dence : Salem. 



TEXril GEXEnATlON. 1057 



Mr. Glovor is a son of George Wasliingtoii and Lsabella (Berry) Glover. 
His father was a tailor, llis ancestry includes the following families: 
Glover, Sticknoy, Morse, Palmer, Goodridgc, Mclntire, Berry. See Axces- 
TKv Tables ^^. 

22. X. 402. Samuel Davis Lord [Martha C. 22. IX. 335], born in 
Salem. A bank clerk. Residence : Peabody, Mass. 

22. X. 403. Eva ItohcHine Goulding, his wife, born in Leominster, 
Mass. 

Mrs. Lord is a daughter of Charles H. and Katherine Goulding. He is 
a furniture dealer, of Peabody, Mass. Axcestry Tablks ^^,. 

22. X. 407. Alice Clark Archer [Charlotte L. 22. IX. 339], boni 
in Salem. 

22. X. 407. Avtenias Sanders Sylvester, her husband, born in 
Charlestown, Mass. A farmer, carpenter, and shoemaker. Residence: 
Revere, Mass. 

Mr. Sylvester is a son of Artemas and Harriet H. Sylvester. Axcestrt 

TAl-.tES Y^. 

22. X. 408. Benjamin Howard Archer [Charlotte L. 22. IX. 339], 
born in Salem. Died in Chelsea, Mass. Residence : Chelsea. 

22. X. 4O8. Emofjene Stone, his wife, boni in Rockland, Maine. She 
adopted her stepfather's name. 

Mrs. Archer is a daughter of Henry and Jane (Eaton) Ellems, of Rock- 
land. AxcESTRy Tables f-^. 

22. X. 413. WilHam Francis Lane [Charles A. 22. IX. 345], 
born in Gloucester, Mass. A clerk. Residence: Lowell, ]\[ass. 

22. X. 413- LiUa BlaJcc, his wife, born in Apple Grove, P. Q. 
Mi-s. Lane is a daughter of Chauncey and ]\Iary Ann (Kimpton) Blake. 
He is a farmer of Apple Grove. Anxestrv Tables ^y. 

22. X. 421. Charles Edward Cunningham [Ann E. 22. IX. 349], 
born in Lunenburg, Mass. A clerk. Residence : Gloucester, Mass. 



1058 Tin: ncKFRixG genealogy. 



22. X. 4?1- Mavilla Griffin, liis wife, born in Gloucester, Mass. 
^Irs. CunninglKim is a daughter of Willard P. and Marilla (Gunnison) 
Griffin. He is a coal dealer, of Gloucester. Axckstuy Taules /j,. 

22. X. 422. Fred Lane Cunningham [Ann E. 22. IX. 349], Lorn 
in Lunenburg, Mass. A clerk. Residence : North Cambridge, Mass. 

22. X. 4-2- Marij Elizabeth Jlellen, his wife, born in Cambridge, 
Mass. 

Mrs. Cunningham is a daughter of James and Christina (Da\'is) Mellen, 
of Cambridge. He is a .soap-manufacturer. Ancestkv Taules -^j,,. 

23. X. 42G. Harry King Jackson [Eliza H. 23. IX. 351], born in 
Salem. Ecsidence : Medford, Mass. 

23. X. 43G- Alice Pierce Naijson, liis wife, born in Boston. 
Mrs. Jackson is a daughter of Charles A. and Caroline G. (Campbell) 
Nayson. He is a drug•gi.■^t, of Amesbury, Mass. Ancestry Tables /j,,,. 

23. X. 43L Sarah ElizalDeth Babhidge [Benjamin A. 23. IX. 
353], born in Salem. 

23. X. ^'5i. J. Warren Thijng, her husband, born in Lake Village, 
N. n. An artist. Residence : Akron, Ohio. 

Mr. Thyng was for ten years the principal of the city drawing-school 
of Salem. 

He is a son of Joseph Sleeper and Martha S. (Brj-ar) Thyng. His 
father is a builder, of Lake Village. Ancestry Tables /j. 

23. X. 432. William AugustiTS Babbidge [Benjamin A. 23. IX. 
353], born in Salem, died in Salem. A printer. Residence : Salem. 

Mr. Babbidge entered the otlicc of the "Salem Register" as a lad. He 
was intelligent and amialde, and gave promise of success. In 1862, he en- 
listed in Company A, Fiftieth Regiment of the Massachusetts Volunteer 
Infiintry, and continued in service until the term of his regiment expired. 
He subsequently established a job-oflicc for printing, and b}' the neatness 



TENTH GENERATION. 1059 

aiul tasteful execution of liis work ^ucuixd increasing- i)atronage ; but liis 
lualtli became so impaired that bo was compelled to yive up bis business.* 

23. X. 4'33. Harriet l*etci'soii, his wife, born in Salem. 

j\Irs. Babbidge's second husband was N. 11. Gardiner. 

She is a daug-hter of Joseph N. and Harriet (Pope) l^eterson. Her 
grandfother, whoso name was Presenta, ran away from his home in Naples, 
Italy, when a little boy, and came to this country, where ho mariied a 
.Maiblehead woman. His son, Josepb N., changed his name to Potersoi^ 

Ani KSTKV TaBLKS ^^j. 

23. X. 430. Ella Frances Woodbury [Tristram 23. IX. SoD], born 
in Danvers, Jlass. 

23. X.. 4o9. Charles Xathnniel Perlcij, her husband, born in Dan- 
vers, Mass. A merchant. Residence : Danvers. 

Mr. Perley is a son of A. Proctor and Sarah (Batchelder) Perley. His 
father is a merchant, of Danvers. Axckstuy Tables fj. 

23. X. 4-10. Sarah Louise Woodlmry [Tristram 23. IX. 359], 
born in Danvers, Mass. 

23. X. 440- Dotjoniin WeUington JPerry, her husband, born in 
Middleton, Mass. A farmer. Residence : Danvers, ]\Iass. 

i\lr. Perry is a son of Jonathan and Mary A. (Cross) Perr}-, of ^liddle- 
ton. His father is a farmer. Ancestry Tables f-^. 

24. X. 449. George Stodder Phippen [George B. 24. IX. 370], 
born in Salem. A clerk. Residence : Boston. 

24. X. 449- Ann Hathaway, his wife, born in Boston. 

Mrs. Phippen is a daughter of Samuel and Annie Frances (McCurdy) 
Hathaway. Axcestey Tablks /^„. 

25. X. 4G3. Mary Peirce Lintot Haralson [Frances T. 25. IX. 
395], born in Iberville Parish, La. 

' Salem Eegister of Juiie 27, 1S72. 



lOGO THE riCKElUNG GENEALOGY. 

25. X. 4(^0. Ainli'iw JvUfJ,'// Wilson llitmhle, her liusbuiul, honi in 
Natchez, Miss. A clerk. Residence : X;itcliez. 

Mr. Rumble is ii son of Stephen Edgar and Fannie (I\rc^[nrtry) Rumble. 
His father is a commission merchant aud cottou factor, of Natchez. 
An-ci:sti:v Takles ^\,„- 

25. X. 4G7. Frances Temple Peirce [Grcuville M. 25. IX. 39G], 
born in ]jaton Rouge, La., died in N^ew Orleans, La. 

2b. X. 407. James Villcrc, her husband, born in New Orleans, La. 
An ovcr-seer. 

Mr. Villere was a son of J'lx-Govei'nor Villere, projirietor of Villcrc 
Plantation in Louisiana. Axckmkv Tables /j„. 

25. X. 468. Lonla Jackson Peb'CG [Grenvillc M. 25. IX. 39G], 
born in Baton Rouge, La. 

25. X. 4GS. Jfavry Joseph Dole, her husband, born in New Orleans, 
La. A contractor. Residence : New Orleans. 

Mr. Dole is a son of Gcoige and Arabella (Petrie) Dole. Ills father is 
a contracting builder, of New Orleans. Axcestiiy Taules Z^,.- 

25. X. -470. Hamilton lIcKoe Peirce [Grenvillc M. 25. IX. 39G], 
born in Baton Rouge, La. A clerk. Residence: New Orleans, La. 

25. X. ^r6'. Maude Blanchard 3[celc, his wife, born in New 
Orleans, La. 

Jlrs. Peirce is a daughter of William Richard and Bessie Florence (Ful- 
ham) ]\[eek. He is a wholesale shoe-dealer, of New Orleans. Ancestuy 

Tables -g^vi- 

25. X. 473. Stella Mary Mather [Mary vS. 25. IX. 397], born in the 
parish of St. James, La. 

25. X. 47o. Samuel E. ]l ijman, her husband. A commission mer- 
chant. Residence : New Oi-leans, La. 

Mr. Ilyman is a son of E. and Mary II. (Olivier) ll^'man. Ancestry 
Tables i a. 



TENTH GFXEHATION. lOd 



25. X. 478. Fannie Lintot Haralson [l.auni 25. IX. 3119]. 

25. X.4^S. Jlarri/ Milton Williams, lior liusbiuul, Ijoin in Missis- 
sippi. A planter. Kcsidence : Wcsl Feliciana rari^li, La. 

Mr. "Williams is a son of Benjamin H. and Martha (Rcily) ^yilIiams. 

ASCESTRY TaUI.KS -gg,. 

26. X. 'i^Q. Lanra Peirce Blanchard [Frances T. 26. IX. 400], 
born in Palmer, ^lass. 

2G. X. 4SG. Horace James Lan'rence, her husband, born in New 
York City. An editor and publisher of the " North Brookfield Journal." 
Kesidenco : North Brookfield, Ma?s. 

Mr. Lawrence is a son of the Rev. Amos Edward and Hannah (Bowne) 
Lawrence. His father is a retii-ed clergyman, of Newton, Mass. His 
ancestiy includes the following families : Lawrence, Bowne, Feke, Becket, 
Latham, Smith, Kirkbride, Leggett. Sec Axci;stry Taelks fjj. 

26. X. 488. Frank Seger Blanchard [Frances T. 2G. IX. 400], 
born in Palmer, Mass. A pnnter and publisher. Residence : Worcester, 
Mass. 

Mr. Blanchard is the propnetor of a large printing establishment which 
he has built up by his own exertions. 

26. X. 4S8. Marie JEUse Tessier, his wife, born in St. Hyacinthe, 

P.Q. 

Mrs. Blanchard is a daughter of Francois X. and Charlotte Tessier. 
AxcESTKT Tables -gj. 

26. X. 489. Henry Osgood Holland [John 26. IX. 401], born 
in AVashington, Ind. An architect. Kcsidence : Buffalo, N. Y. 

Mr. Holland was educated at schools in Terre Haute, Ind., in Freehold, 
N. J., and at the Massachusetts Institute of Teclmology. Ho is prominently 
identified ^^•itll the Presbyterian Church of Buffalo. 

26. X. 4^9. Isabelle Louise Macartney, his wife born, in Buffalo. 
N. Y. 



10G2 THE PICKFRIXG GENEALOGY. 

Mrri. llollaiul is a dau<,'litcr of George lu.-ad and Agnes (Donaldson) 
Macartney, of BulTalo. Re was a retired bnsiness-nian. An-cesti:v 
Tables g^,. 

26. X. 495. Henry Peirce Hall [Edward F. 26. IX. 416], born 
in San Francisco, Cal. 

Mr. Hall's preliminary education was in Enj^lisli schools. He returned 
to this country, and entered Yale Colleg-e, from which he received the degree 
of Bachelor of Piiilosophy, in 1889. 

26. X. 498. Anna Clapp [Ella A. 26. IX. 418], Lorn in Greenfield, 
Mass. 

26. X. 4^S. Silas Auffier Gitrnei/, lier husband, born in Saco, 
Maine, died in Omaha, Xeb., of heart disease. A clerk. 

Mr. Gurnev was a son of Silas and Mary Gurney. His father was the 
pro]")rietor of the Tremont House, Boston. Ancestry Taules /j. 

27. X. 508. John Lathrop Wakefield [Frances A. 27. IX. 427], 
born in Dedham, Mass. A lawyer. Residence : Dedham. 

ilr. Wakefield, H. C. 1880, studied law at the Harvard Law School, and 
afterwards with his father in Boston. He is a member of the law firm of 
Kand, Mntou, & Wakefield, of Boston. Mr. "Wakefield has served on the 
Dedham School Board, and is recording- secretary of tlie Dedham Historical 
Society. 

27. X. 509. Frank Mortimer Wakefield [Frances A. 27. IX. 427], 
born in Dedham, Mass. A clerk. Residence : Dedham. 

Mr. AVakcfield graduated at the Dedham High School, studied in the 
school of J. P. Hopkinson, and entered Harvard College, but left his class 
before gi'aduating. 

27. X. ^00. Elisabeth Adams Hooper, his wife, born in Boston. 

Mrs. AVakefield is a daughter of CJeorge Kennard and Lonisa Rebecca 
(Adams) Hooper. He was a merchant, of Boston. Her ancestry includes 
the following families : Hooper, Gale, Allen, Lee, Crafts, Seaver, Ballard, 
Harris, Sawyer, Choate, Williams, Stalham, Wise, Allen, Tuck, Pierce, 



TENTH GENERATIOy. 10G3 



llibb;ird, Kcuiiaril, Martyii, Tattle, Adiuus, Haxtt-r, P;itl(l\-, Bass, AUl-u, 
Mullins, Knight, Slopcr, Pickering, Tajjley, Smith. Sec A-ncemky 
Tablks fs,- 

27. X. 510. Julius Ross Wakefield [Frances \. 27. IX. 427], born 
in Dedham, [Mass. A clerk. Ilesidenco : Dedhain. 

Mr. Wakefield graduated at the Dedhani High School ; and, after a two 
years course of stud}- at the school of J. P. llopkinson, in I'xjslon, he entered 
Harvard College, where ho remained three yeai-s. Mr. Wakefield is inter- 
ested in ornithology, and has contributed to the Dedham Historical Kegister 
"Notes on the Birds of Dedham," and " X List of the Birds of Dedham." 

27. X. 513. Joseph De Witt Hall [:JIaria M. 27. IX. 429], born in 
Elyria, Ohio. A merchant. Kesidence : Des ]\Ioiues, Iowa. 

27. X. 513. J\ose Coyouic llicktnau, his wife, 
^[rs. Hall is a daughter of George Washington and j\larie Ann (Booe) 
Hickman. AxcrsTiiY Tablks -jI^,, 

27. X. 51 G. Maria Louise Latlirop Hall [Maria M. 27. IX. 429], 
born in Elyria, Oliio. 

27. X. 61G. Abraham Lincoln J?o«e»&H?'j7, lier husband. 
Mr. Roseuburg is a son of John Isaac and Margaret Catherine (Garlock) 
Rosenburg. Ancestry Tables ^.l^,. 

27. X. 517. Edward Lotlirop Rand [Jane A. 27. IX. 431], born 
in Dedham, Mass. A lawyer. Residence: Cambridge, Mass. 

]\Ir. Rand, H. C. 1881, practises law in Boston. Ilis middle name, 
which was formerly Sprague, was changed to Lothrop by the Middlesex 
Probate Court, June 11, 1878. 

27. X. 517. Annie Jl. Cyo.^le); his wife.. 
Axcr:sTRY Tablks g^,-,.. 

27. X. 526. Henry George Budd [Caroline 27. IX. 440]. A 
minister. Residence : Perryville, ^Id. 

^h: Budd, Dickinson, 1891, entered the School of Theology of Boston 
University, from which he received the degree of S. T. B. in 1893. He 



l*'^-l THE rjCKERiXG aj:yEALoay. 



joined tho A\'ihniiiytoii, Del., Conference of the Methodist Episcopal 
Church, and was stationed at I'erryville. 

29. X. 57 4. Mary Adeline Parrott [^lary E. 2'J. IX. 490], horn 
in Lynn, Mass., died in Lyjni. 

29. X. 674. Wesletj Illlmore Chase, her husband, born in Lynn, 
Mass. A slioeniaker. Residence : Lynn. 

Mr. Chase is a son of John and Sarah (Lakeman) Chase. His father is 
«i shoemaker, of Lynn. Anlkstky Tables -/j. 

29. X. 575. Susan Ellen Parrott [Mary E. 29. IX. 490], bom in 
Lynn, Mass. 

29. X. 57oK James liouter, her first husband, born in "Ware, N. H. 
A shoe-cutter. Hesidonco : Lynn, Mass. 

Mr. Router \yas a son of John and Elizabeth (Gushing) Router. His 
father is a shoemaker. Axce>tky Tables -g^i- 

29. X. 57o'-^. William Low, hev second husband, born in Lynn, Mass. 
A shoe-cutter. Residence : Lynn. 

Mr. Low is a son of John and Hannah (Thomas) Low, of Lynn. His 
father is a shoesnaker. A.ncestky Tables -^jj. 

29. X. 576. Elizabeth Archer Parrott [Mary E. 29. IX. 490], 
born in Lynn, Mass. 

29. X. 570. liichard Fletcher Andreivs, her husband, born in 
Boston. A constable. Residence : Boston. 

Mr. Andrews is a sou of Gustavus and Ann (Lily) Andi'ews. His father 
is a jailer. Axcestry Tables -^g. 

29. X. 577. Hannah Attwill Parrott [Mary E. 29. IX. 490], bom 
in Lynn, ilass. 

29. X. o77. Knott JPeilrich' Martin, her husband, bom in Lynn, 
Mass. A clerk. Residence : Lynn. 

Mr. Martin is a son of Thomas and I'^lizabeth (Symonds) JIartin. His 
father is a shoemaker, of Marblehead, Mass. Axcestky Tables /g. 



TEMH GEXERATIOX. 10C5 



2U. X. .078. Emily M. Palfray [Warwick 2"J. IX. •iU2], born in 
l>ynu, ^lass. 

29. X. 67S. John Lincoln Chondlo; licr liushaml, bom in Lynn, 
!Mass. A cordwainer. IvL-sidence : Boston. 

Mr. Chandler is u son of Ensign and Hannah (Stone) Chandler. Ancestry 

,r X 

fAIll-KS -^J. 

29. X. 580. Cliarles War^vick Palfray [Warwick 29. IX. 492], 
bora in Lynn, Mass. A machinist, liesideucu : Lynn. 

29. X. SSO. Julia I'vancctte Davis, his "vvifc, born in Salisbury, 
jMass., died in Lynn, Mass. 

Mrs. Palfray is a daughter of Moses Osgood and Julia Ann (Gale) Davis. 
AxcESTKY Tables g^. 

29. X. 581. Mary C. Palfray [Warwick 29. IX. 492], born in 
Lynn, Mass. 

29. X. 581. Charles F. Burvlll, her husband, born in Lynn, Mass. 
A morocco-dresser. Residence : Lynn. 

Mr. Burrill is a son of Alanson and Elizabeth (]\Iudge) Burrill. 
Kathanid BurriU [35. VIII. 3o6^'\ was his uncle, and Gconjlana Burrill 
[20. X. SoG^ is his second cousin. His ancestry includes the following 
foniilies : Burrill, Ivory, South, Farrington, Hills, NcAvhall, Potter, Farrar, 
Fowle, Richardson, Green, Ingalls, Pratt, Mudge, Burditt, Ingalls, Brown, 
Stocker. See Ancestry Tables -g^. 

29. X. 582. Ednali A. Palfi'ay [Warwick 29. IX. 492], born in 
Lynn, Mass. 

29. X. 582. Bclgar C. Davis, her husband, born in Northwood, 
N. H. 

Mr. Davis is a son of William Henry and Sarah (liatcheller) Davis. 
Ancestry Tables y^j. 

30. X. 587. Charlotte Eaton "Willis [Lydia 30. IX. 405], bom 
in Chelsea, Mass. Residence : Chelsea. 



1066 THE riCKEniXG GE.\KALOGY. 



.■>0. X. J.ST. I'.dirard FU'tclier Jioive, her liusljund, born in 
Noniilj^owoek, Maine, died in -Macon, Ga. An actiny ensign in the 
United States Xavy. 

Mr. Kowc was a son of Angustus J, and S}bil W. (Fletcher) Ikowe. 

AXCKSTKY lAUr.KS XOJ" 

30. X. 588. Nathaniel Pliillips Hewes Willis [Lydia 30. IX. 
49.J], born in Chelsea, ^lass., died in New Haven, Conn. A machinist. 
Kesidence : New Haven. 

30. X. 5SS. Elizabeth Emma Thomas, his wife, Ijorn in Utica, 
N. Y. 

j\Irs. "Willis is a daughter of "William S. and Margaret (Shawcross) 
Thomas, of Utica. Ancestry Tai;le.s y^^. 

30. X. 580. Warwick Palfray "Willis [Lydia 30. IX. 495], l>orn 
in Chelsea, Mass. A boot and shoe manufacturer. Residence: Waltham, 
Mass. 

30. X. 589. liosina Bvadletj AvchihaJd, his wife, born in Prince 
Edward Island. 

Mrs. "Willis is a daughter of AYilliam and Phebe (Iluestis) Archibald. 
AxcKSTUY Tables i'-^-^- 

30. X. 502. Charles Palfray Bosson [Charles P. 30. IX. 40G], born 
in Boston. A clerk. Iiesidcnco: P)Oston. 

Mr. Bosson enlisted in the Thirteenth Pegimeut of the Massachusetts 
Volunteer Infantry, in 18G1, and served three months with his regiment, 
lie was not mustered into the United States service until 18G2, wlien he 
enlisted in the Forty-Second Regiment of the Massachusetts "Volunteer 
Infantrx . lie was promoted to be sergeant-major, aud served with bis regi- 
ment in the Nineteenth Army Cor])s in the Gulf Department, and was 
mustered out of service with his regiment, Aug. 20, 1863. Mr. Bosson has 
compiled a Ixxik of his reguncnt. 

30. X. o02. Georf/iana Maij Folsom, his wife, born in New York 
Citv, died in Boston. 



TEXTJf GEXERATIOX. 10G7 

Mrs. Bosson ^\as u dauglitcr of Sewall S. W. and Mary (Clark) Folsom, 
of Boston. A>'CESTUY Tables ^Jj. 

30. X. 593. George Thompson Bosson [Charles P. 30. IX. 49G], 
born in Boston. A wharfinger. Residence : Melrose, Mass. 

30. X.o/?J^. Laura Jcannctte Jossehjn, liis first wife, born in 
Boston, died in Boston. 

j\lrs. J3osson was a daughter of Lewis and Enieline (Ellis) Jossclyn, of 
Boston. AxcE.sTKY Tables x7?'* 

30. X. 593'. , bis second wife. 

AxcESTUY Tables jof. 

30. X. 594. Elizabeth Hall Bosson [Charles P. 30. IX. 490], 
born in Chelsea, Mass., died in Boston. 

30. X. 594- Benjamin Tranldin Lavrahec, her hu.sband, born in 
Limington, Maine. A merchant. Residence : Brooklinc, Mass. 

Mr. Lan-abee is of the firm of Benjamim F. Lan-abee & Co., of Boston, 
dealers in fancy goods. He mamed again. 

He is a son of Ezekicl and Hilary (Davis) Lai'rabee, of Limington. 
Axcesti;y Table.s j j^. 

30. X. 597. Mary Baxter Bosson [William 30. IX. 497], born 
in Chelsea, Mass. 

30. X. 697. Lovinfj JjeojyoUl WUder, her hu.sband, born in Dennys- 
villc, Maine. A picture-hanger. Resilience : Boston. 

Jlr. "W'ildur is of the firm of Stedman & Wilder, picture-hangers, of 
Boston. 

He is a son of George Washington and Lydia Elizabeth Wilder, of 
Somorville, ^Lass. Axcestry Taiu.es ^fg. 

30. X. 598. William Bradley Bosson [William 30. IX. 497], born 
in Chelsea, Mass. A seci'etarv and treasurer. Residence: Newton, !Mas.s. 

Mr. Bosson was for several years in the oflice of tlie Middlesex Mills. 
While in that office, he became connected with the Lake Superior Iron Com- 



10G8 THE riCKERIXG GENEALOGY. 

pany, of which lie is secretniy. He is also secretary of the Champion Iron 
Company, ami secretary and treasurer of a coal and land company. lie is 
interested in rose culture, and has a fine rose garden. 

30. X. oOS. Anna Watcrston Stewart, his wife, born in Portland, 
Maine, died in Newton, Mass. 

Mrs. Bosson was a daughter of William 11. Stewart, of Newton. Ancestry 
Tables -^^. 

30. X. GOO. Frank Henry Bosson [William. 30. IX. 497], born in 
Chelsea, Mass. A book-keeper. Residence : Hartford, Conn. 

30. X. GOO. Sarah Isabel Thompson, his wife, born in Wakefield, 
Mass. 

Mrs. Bosson is a daughter of John A. and Mary B. Thompson, of Mel- 
rose, Mass. AxcESTRT Tables yfj. 

30. X. 601. Edward Palfray Bosson [William. 30. IX. 497], born 
in Chelsea, Mass. A merchant. Residence : Newton, j\lass. 

Sir. Bosson is of the firm of Bosson & Lane, dealers in chemicals, 
Boston. 

30. X. GOl. Annie Laura Marshall, his wife, born in Billerlca, 
Mass. 

Mrs. Bosson is a daughter of Warren AYebster and Sarah Jane (Mason) 
Marshall, of Lynn, ]\Iass. A-vcestrt Tables yf y,. 

30. X. 602. Charles Edward Dam [Martha E. 30. IX. 499]. 
Residence : Chelsea, Mass. 

Mr. Dam enlisted in the Union Army during the late Civil War, and was 
wounded at the battle of Antietam, Sept. 17, 1862. 

30. X. 603. lone Elizabeth Dam [Martha E. 30. IX. 499], born in 
Cambridgeport, Mass. 

30. X. COS. Ebenexer Dewinf/, her husband, born in Revere, JIass. 
A ftu'mer. Residence : Revere. 

Sir. Dewing is a son of Benjamin Hill and Almira (Sylvester) Dewing. 
Ancestry Tables jfj- 



Th'XTir GENERATION. 10G9 



30. X. GO"). Martha Washington Dam [.M;irtlia K. 30. IX. 4"J'j], 
born ill Clielsca, Muss. 

30. X. GOo. Charles Warren Gardner, Iier liusband, born in Salcui. 
A picture-framer. Kesidence : Salem. 

Mr. Gardner is a sou of William and Martha (Grusli) Gardner, of Salem. 

^VXCESTKY lAULES iiJ- 

30. X. 60S. Lydia Bosson Dam [Martlia E. 30. IX. 499], born in 
Chelsea, Mass. 

30. X. COS. liohcrt Emory Gates, her husband, born in Ilealdville, 
Vt. A shipping- clerk. Residence : Worcester, Mass. 

Mr. Gates is a son of Emory and Ellen Maria Gates, of AVorcester. 
Ancestry Tables xxj- 

30. X. 613. Alfred Warren Bosson [James W. 30. IX. 500], born 
in Abington, Mass., died in Baltimore, Md. A clerk. Kesidence: Balti- 
more. 

30. X. 613. Fanny House, his wife, bora in Baltimore, ild. 
Her second husband was the Hon. Charles J. AVeiner, of the JIaryland 
Legislature. 

AxcEsinY Tables ixg- 

30. X. 614. George Frederick Bosson [James W. 30. IX. 500], 
born in Baltimore, Md. An upholsterer. Residence: Baltimore. 

30. X. 6I4. Julia Sh-ahan, his wife, born in Baltimore, i\Id. 
Mrs. Bosson is a daughter of Thomas and Mary (Redding) Skahan. 
AxcESTKY Tables xyy 

30. X. 61G. Emma Fielding Bosson [James W. 30. IX. 500], 
born in Baltimoi'e, ^Id. 

30. X. 616. William F. Biley, her husband, born in Baltimore, 
Md. A clerk. Residence : Baltimore. 

^Ir. Riley is a son of George and Sarah (Rouse) Riley. Axcestky 
Tables ji^- 



1070 THE pici<i:i;l\g genjcalogy. 

.'50. X. fiis. Edward Lander Bosson [Jmnes W. 30. IX. 500], 
born ill Bahiiiiore, Md. An upholsterer. JiesiLlcnco : Bultiniore. 

30. X. GIS. Mai'tlui D. Coates, his svifo, born in Petersburg, Va. 
Mrs. Bosson is a daug-liter of 'I'honias and Durinda (Wright) Coates, of 

Baltimore, Md. Anckstuy Tai;li:.-. i^g. 

31. X. G-22. Frederick Mitchell Williams [Hannah P. 31. IX.501]. 
A huvycr. Pesidencc : Chicago, JlL 

Mr. Williams graduated at the Union Colleg-e of Law, Chicago, in 1883. 
IIo is a member of the firm of Kraft, Williams, & Kraft, of Cliicago. 

31. X. 633. Orelie Chaliftnix, his wife, born in Chicago, 111. 
]\rrs. Williams is a daughter of John B. and Sarah (Gossolin) Chali- 
foux. He is an undertaker, of Chicago. AxcEsxiiv Tables yf^. 

31. X. 624. Jennie Hood Bosson [George C. 31. IX. 502], born in 
Salem. 

31. X. G2Jf. Fvedevirl: William Match, her husband, born in Bath, 
Maine. A ship-broker. Residence : Reading, ]\Iass. 

Mr. Hatch is a son of William Boyd and Sarah Ware (Hunter) Hatch, 
of Baltimore, Md. Axci-^TRY Tabi.ks y^'i. 

31. X. G2o. Albert Davis Bosson [George C 31. IX. 502], born 
in Chelsea, ^lass. A lawyer. Residence: Clielseo. 

■ Mr. Bosson, Brown, 1875, was fitted for college at Phillips Exeter 
Academy. He read law for a while in the office of Messrs. Brooks, Ball, 
& Story, and at'terward took the coarse at the Law School of the Boston 
University. He was admitted to the SulTolk Bar in 1878, and has been in 
active practice ever since. He was elected mayor of the city of Chelsea in 
18'J0, and declined a renomination. lie is a special justice of the Police 
Court of Chelsea, and is connected with several banks, as president and 
director, as well as with other business enterprises. lie is a member of the 
New England Historic-Genealogical Society.^ 

* Boston of To-Day, edited by Edwiu '^1. I!acon, p. 151. 



TENTH GEXERATION. 1071 



31. X. 62'J. Alivf Lai'inia ('fdtijtlulf, Iiis w ifu, boni in Cliolscti, M;i.ss. 

Mrs. IJosson is a ihuiglitor of the llou. Ciuulos Aljjier and Lavinia 
(Ilutcliinson) Canipljcll. He is a coal dealer of Chelsea. Her ancestry 
incliules the followinir families : Campbell, Ilawes, Hutchinson, Stevens. 
SeoAxcESTKY Tables j jTf 

31. X. G26. Harry Palfray Bosson [Georg-e C. 31. IX. 502], horn 
in Chelsea, Mass. An insurance ajjent. Residence: Keadinj^-, Mass. 

Jlr. Bosson is the General Agent of the New York Plate Glass Insur- 
ance Company. 

31. X. 63G. Florence liichmond Hustis, his wife, born in Chelsea, 
Mass. 

Mrs. Bosson is a daughter of James E. F. andxVnn Eliza (Pratt) Eustis, 
of Chelsea. Axcestrf Tables yfij'- 

31.x. 628. George Chapman Bosson [George C 31. IX. .502], 
born in Chelsea, Mass. A dealer in leatherboard. Residence : Lawrence, 
Mass, 

31. X. G2S. Mavii E. Fisher, his wife, bora in Lawrence, ]\Iass. 
Mrs. Bosson is a daughter of James and Emma Abbott Fisher. 
AxcF.STRT Tables yf j,- 

31. X. 632. Henrietta Augnstina Peabody [Mary P. 31. IX. 506], 
born in Chelsea, Mass. 

31. X. 633. George Robie Tuch'er, her husband, born in Maiden, 
Mass. Secretary of the Peabody-Whitney Company. Residence: Boston. 

Mr. Tucker is a son of James lonias and Sarah Xm\ (Robie) Tucker, of 
Minneapolis, Minn. Axcestry Takles -jfju- 

31. X. 635. Walter Bosson Peabody [Mary P. 31. IX. 506], born 
in Newton, ^lass. A superintendent. Residence : l\Ielrose, Mass! 

31. X. G3-J. Flise TsJihurt/Ii, his wife, born in ^lelrose, ]\rass. 
]\[r5. Peabody is a daughter of Charles II. and Ida J. (Kimball) Ish- 
burgh. Ancestry Tables x^5ui- 



1072 THE PICKi:niXG GENEALOGY. 

31. X. G3(j. Mary A. Hulen [xVln-aliam 31. IX. oOS], born in 
Stone] lam, ^lass. 

31. X. GoG. David JTovlu, her husband, born in St. Johns, P. Q. 
A niaeliine-operator. Residence : Stonebani, iTass. 

^rr. Morin is a son of Paul and Matilda Morin. His father is a farmer. 
AxcKSTKT Tables j^j. 

31. X. 639. Lillie Cordelia Hmitington [Caroline M. 31. IX. 509], 
born in New London, X. H. 

31. X. G39- Burnett Wright Cot/ne, her husband, born in Enn, 
Ontario. Assistant Superintendent of the Canadian Pacific Railroad. Resi- 
dence : Mattawa, Ontario. 

Mr. Coyne was educated at the military college at Kingston, Ontario. 
He has been mayor of Worth Bay, Ontario. 

He is a son of Burnett and Mary x\.nn (Wright) Coyne. His father is a 
farmer. A^-ckstky Tables yj-g-. 

31. X. 642. Ellen Upton V/alden [William W. P. 31. IX. 511], 
born in Salem. 

31. X. G43. Arthur Kimball Morse, her husband, bom in Salem. 
An insurance agent. Residence : Salem. 

Mr. ]\Iorse is son of Lucius Bolles and Eliza Ann (Gwinn) Morse. 
His father was a tanner. Ancestry Tables j^^^,. 

31. X. 643. William Palfray Walden [William W. P. 31. IX. 
511], born in Salem. A curriei*. Residence: Salem. 

31. X. G4o. Carrie Manniug JJunncls, his wife, born in Ipswich, 
Mass. 

Mrs. Walden is a daughter of John Manning and ^Fary Rindge (Lord) 
Dunnels. He is a plumber, of I})swich. AxcEsmY Tables jJ^,,. 

31. X. 644. Theodore Bowditcli Walden [William W. P. 31. TX. 
511], bonr in Salem. An engineer. Residence: Salem. 



TJ-XTn GKXEHATION. 1073 



31. X. Gf/^. Jjillie A. Webber, his Avifc, l)orn in Salem. 
jMrs. Wtvlden is a dauglitor of Moses D. Webber, of Salem, lie is an 
engineer. Akckstry Tables j^j,,,. 

31. X. G45. Ai'thur Lincoln Walden [William W. P. 31. IX. 
511], born in Salem. A confectioner. Residence: Salem. 

31. X. 64o- Anna Creamer, his wife, born in Salem. 
Sirs. Walden is a daughter of Gerry and Jlary (Hall) Creamer. He 
is a machinist, of Salem. Axcestkt Tables i^zi"- 

31. X. G49. Horace J. Fairbanks [Eliza 31. IX. 513], born in 
Randolph, ilass. A painter. Residence : Brockton, Mass. 

31. X. 640. llora F. Frslcine, his wife, born in North Stoughton, 
]\[ass. 

Mrs. Fairbanks is a daughter of Robert and Joan (Whitraarsh) Ei-skine. 
AxcKSTEY Tables yf f 

31. X. G53. Edward Angustns Palfray [Edward 31. IX. 514], 
Lorn in Salem. A clerk. Residence : Salem. 

31. X. 600. Martha Affues HIU, his wife, born in Salem. 
Mrs. Palfray is a daughter of Edward Ruthven and Abby E. H. 
(Kingsbury) Hill. He is a carpenter, of Salem. Axcestky Tables yfy. 

31. X. 655. Artlmr Searl Palfray [Edward 31. IX. 514], born in 
Salem. An auditor. Residence : Salem. 

31. X. 600. Georf/iana Kimball, his T^-ife, born in Salem. 

Mrs. Palfray is a daughter of xVugustus Holyokc and ^Martha Jane 
(Farley) Kimball. He is a carpenter and builder, of Salem. Her ancestry 
includes the following families: Kimball, Scott, Jordan, Goodhue, Kim- 
ball, Scott, Bradstreet, Wells, Haskell, Baker, Short, Farley. See 

AxcKSTKY Tables -jf^- 

31.x. 656. Charles Palfray [Edward 31. IX. 514]. A clerk. 
Residence : Salem. 



1074 THE riCKIlHiyG GEXKALOGY. 

32. X. C70. Sarah Ann Folton [Francis A. 32. IX. 522]. 

32. X. 670. llohci't I'ievcc, licr husband, born in ^larblt-liead, Mass. 
A shoemaker. 

Jlr. Pierce is a son of William and Maria E. Pierce. Ancestry 

32. X. G73. Laura Ellen Felton [Francis A. 32. IX. 522], born 
ia Salem. 

32. X. G7S. Charles B. Jforrill, her husband, born in Amesbury, 
Mass. A niacliiuist. 

Mr. Morrill is a son of l>arzlllai L. and Abigail S. (Brown) Morrill. 
An^cestky Tables xfl* 

82. X. 674. William Elmer Felton [Francis A. 32. IX. 522], 
born in Salem. A shoemaker. Eesidence : Salem. 

32. X. 674- l^iutli/ jr. Tccif/ue^ his wife, born in Salem. 
Mrs. Felton is ;■ daughter of Charles and Mary Teague, of Salem. He 
was a soldier. Axcesxkv Tables j^-^. 

32. X. 675. Andrew Nichols [Elizabeth P. 32. IX. 527], born in 
Danvers, Mass. A teacher of natural science. Eesidence : Danvcrs. 

32. X. 67o. Mary Bill, his wife, born in Sackville, N. B. 
Mrs. Nicliols is a daughter of Caleb Eand and Annie Margaret 
(Bolman) Bill. He is a teacher of vocal music. A^rcESTRr Tables yfo,. 

32. X. 677. John Holyol'e Nichols [Elizabeth P. 32. IX. 527], 
born in Danvers, Mass. A physician. Eesidence : Tewksbury, Mass. 
j\lr. Nichols, H. C, M. D., 1802, was for a time in the Carney Hospital, 

of Boston, and is now a practicing physician in Tewksbury. 

32. X. 684. Frank Conant Lummns [:\rary H. 32. IX. 533], born 
in Peabody, Mass. A morocco dresser. Eesidence : Peabody. 



TENTH GENERATION. 107i 



32. X. GS.'f. Marij Alice liushhij, lii.s wife, bcnn in Pciibody, Mass. 
Mrs. Luminus is a diuighter of William and Mary S. (Dodge) Busliby. 
He is a farmer, of I'eabody. ^Vnckstky Taules i^j,,. 

32. X. 688. James Lee Foye [James F. 32. IX. 5.80], born in 
Salem. A clerk, llesidence : Lynn, i\Iass. 

32. X. GSS. Auffusia Louette Brown, his wife, born in Pcabody, 
Mass. 

Mrs. Foye is a daughter of Thomas Lord and Kancy Ellen (Roberts) 
Brown. A^"c■KSTRY Tables ^^jj-.y. 

33. X. 694. Elizabeth Hunt Tuttle [Sarah A. 33. IX. 543], born 
in Salem. 

33. X. 69^. Charles Wheeler Lowell, her husband, born in Calais, 
Maine. A clerk. Residence : Salem. 

Mr. Lowell is a son of Wilmot W. and Addie H. Lowell. Ajxcestrt 

TaBLKS xfjr* 

33. X. 6^6. Sarah Isabella Tuttle [Sai-ah A. 33. IX. 543], born 
in Salem. 

33. X. COG. Samuel Dutch Fendav, her husband, born in Salem. 
A mason and contractor. Residence: Salem. 

Mr. Pendar has been a member of the Common Council of Salem. 

He is a son of Simon and Anna Toll (Leavitt) I*cndar. His father is a 
trader. Axcestry Tables yljvi- 

33. X. 697. Grace Austin Tuttle [Sarah A. 33. IX. 543]. 
For an account of her, see page 923. 

33. X. G97. Beuhcn Wdkhts Hopes, her husband. 
His number in direct descent is [41. IX. 767]. For an account of him, 
see page 923. 



107 G THE riCKEEIXG GKXEALOGY. 

33. X. G98. Hiram Austin Tuttle [Sarah A. 33. IX. 543], bom in 
Salem. A teacher. Residence : ^'crmont. 

Jfr. Tuttle gTadnatotl at Tufts Collcgo in 1891, the finst in his class. 

33. X. 701. Abigail Lovis Smith [George C. 33. IX. 552], boru 
in Salem. 

33. X. 701. John Henry MilUh'en, her husband, born in Parson- 
field, Maine. A di-ivcr. ]\esidence: Salem. 
Axci:sTUY Taiu.ks igj. 

33. X. 702. G-eorge E. Smith [George C. 33. IX. 552], born in 
Salem. A currier. Residence : Salem. 

33. X. 702. Alice jyodyc, his wife, born in Salem. 

]\Irs. Smith is a daughter of Joseph and Sylvina Dodge, of Beverly, 

Mass. AxcESTRT Tahli:s if^. 

33. X. 712. Lizzie Clark Batman [Abigail C 33. IX. 554]. 

33. X. 712. Ellis W. GlaOivin, her husband, born in Brooklyjo, 
N. Y. A bj'oker. Eesidenco : Brooklyn. 

Mr. Gladwin is a son of Stephen and Hannah M. Gladwin. A^vcestky 
Tables x^^. 

34. X. 732. Mahel Alice Henfield [Henry G. 34. IX. 573], born 
in Lawrence, Mass. 

34. X. 732. Edrjar Alonxo Donald, her husband, born in Dover, 
]\raine. A clerk. Residence: Foxcroft, Maine. 

Mr. Donald is a son of Edward James and Rozilla (Dow) Donald. 
His father is a farmer, of Bowerbank, Maine. Axcestky Tables yf g. 

34. X. 736. Lizzie Mottey Henfield [George W. 34. IX. 570], 
born in L^mnfield, ]\Iass. 

34. X. 736. Crorge Henri; Bancroft, her husband. A giocer. 
Residence: Lynnfield, Mass. 



TENTH GENERATION. 1077 



Jlr. Jiuncroft graduated at the Wakefield High School, and is a trustee 
of the Lynnfield library. 

He is a son of Josei)h Teuiplo and Emma Kuth (Damon) Bancroft. 
His fatlier is a grocer, of Lynnfield. Ai^-cestry Tables ^jf,,. 

35. X, 742. Marianna Law [Martha E. 3.5. IX. 588]. 

35. X. 74^^. Hosca Oscar Cavr, her first husband, born in Bosford, 
Mass. A shoemaker. 

]\Ir. Carr is a son of Hosea Wheeler and Hannah Elizabeth (Peabody) 
Carr. His father is a shoemaker, of Lynn, Mass. Axce.stky Tables if ^ ■• 

35. X. 74^'. Clarence WhitaJcer, her second husband. 
A^X'ESTKy Tables -j^V'- 

35. X. 743. Mary Adelaide Ward [Benjamin A. 35. IX. 590]. 

35. X. 74o- Joseph Bcal Center, her husband, born in Bowdoiu- 
ham, Maine. A nailer. Residence : Lynn, Mass. 

BIr. Center is a son of George AY. and Nancy (Beal) Center. His 
father is a farmer, of Bowdoiuham. Axcesxey Tables yf^. 

85. X. 744. William Henry Ward [Benjamin A. 35. IX. 590], 
bom in Lynn, Mass. A shoe-cutter. Besldence: Lynn. 

35. X. 744- Ifltt Tufts LuscomJ), his wife, born in Lynn, Mass. 
Mrs. Ward is a daughter of Horace Tufts and Elsie Jane (Hook) 
Luscorab, of Lynn. Ancestry Tables ifg. 

35. X. 745. Latira Augusta Ward [Benjamin A. 35. IX. 590], 
born in L}nin, Mass. 

35. X. 745. Alhioa B. 3Tc1xar(l, her husband, born in Swampscott, 
Mass. A shoe-cutter. Residence: Lynn, ^Mass. 

]\Ir. Melzard is a son of George R. and Sarah E. (Wilford) Melzard, of 
Swampscott. Ancestry Tables jjjj. 



107S THE riCKEmXG GENE.iLOGY. 

3,>. X. TIC. Annie Gtirtvude Ward [John 1). A. 35. IX. 594], 
born in Lynn, Mass. 

35. X. 7^6. Fredvvich' FAlsworth Weed, licr liusband, born in 
Lyini, Ma.s.s. A .shoe-iiacker. Residence : Lynn. 

Mr. Weed i.s a son of Geor^-c Albert and Cliarlolte Ann (Frost) Weed. 
His father is a .shoemaker, of L} nn. Anckstkv Tahlls ^^j. 

3.J. X. 750. Annie Barrett Perkins [Mary A. 35. IX. 599], born 
in Maklen, Mii.^s. 

35. X. 7oO. Gcovgc Admua Tjcarciis, her hu.sband, born in Charles- 
town, Mass. A milkman. Residence : Maiden, Mass. 

Mr. Leaven? is a son of Georye Merrill and Caroline Amanda (Copps) 
Leavens. His father is a furniture-dealer, of Maiden. A2s-ce.stet 
Tables y jo. 

35. X. 751. Mary Lizzie Perkins [Mary A. 35. IX. 599], born in 
Maiden, Mass. 

35. X. 7ol. George Washington Blake, her husband, born in Bed- 
ford, Mass. A drug-gist. Residence : Boslon. 

Mr. Blake is a son of John Quincy and Lucretia (Davis) Blake. His 
father is a jeweller, of Boslon. Axcestky Tables jf 3. 

35. X. 757. Ida ITealley [Emeline B. 35. IX. 601], born in Maiden, 
Mass., died in Lynn, ]\Iass. 

35. X. 7o7. MamliaU G. Curtia, her husband, born in Bowdoinham, 
Maine. X druggist. Residence : Lynn, Mass. 

Mr. Curtis is a son of Joel and Sophia (SpofTord) Curtis, of Bowdoin- 
ham. -LsrE^TRV Tadles yI^. 

36. X. 788. Frank Ward Lemon [Charles 36. IX. 617], born in 
Washington, D. C. A sculptor. 

36. X. 7SS. Jilenorc Veronica Kearns, his wife, born in Chicago, 111. 
Mrs. Lemon is a daughter of John and Bridget (Mogan) Kearns. He 
is a printer, of Chicago. Ancestki' Tables i^j^.n- 



TENTH GKXLRATION. 1079 



3G. X. 7'J3. Jeau Florence Pruette [Sarali A. 3G. IX. GID], boiu 
ill Washington, D. C. 

3G. X. 793. C/iarfes William retcrsen, lier husband, born in Wasli- 
iiigttm, D. C. X ckik in tlie war departiuunt. Kcsidence : \\'asliin"-ton. 

3fr. Petersen is a son of Williom and Anna Louise (Kl(uuan) Peterson 
of FTanover, German}'. Axcestky Tablks jfg. 

3G. X. 808. Samuel Lemon Hoover [Jean McK. 3G. IX. G21], 
born in Washington, I). C. A provision-dealer, liesidenco : Washino-ton. 

3G. X. SOS. Ainiie Maf/daUii Ilalonei/, Ids wife, born in Wasliing- 
ton, D. C. 

Mrs. Hoover is a daugliter of Thomas and Bridget (O'Toole) Maloney. 
Ancestry Tables y-f gn,- 

3G. X. 817. Martha Lonise Lemon ['William H. 3G. IX. G22], 
born in Washington, D. C. 

36. X. S17. Samuel Cornelias Cisscl, licr liusband, born in Pools- 
ville, JId. An architect. Residence: Washington, D. C. 

Mr. Cissol is a son of David Thomas and Sarali Sinclair (Young) Cisscl. 
His father is a buildei-, of Washington. Ancestuy Tables y^e.v 

3G. X. 818. Mary Eliza Slielmire [Frances L. 3G. IX. 623], born 
in Pliiladelphia, Pa. 

3G. X. 81S. Andrew Macdonald, her husband, born in Philadelphia, 
Pa. A book-keeper. liesidence : Ilavciford, Pa. 

Mr. Macdonald graduated at Girard College in 1883. 

He is a sou of Andrew and Anna Eliza (Shaffer) Jlacdonald. His 
father was a pattern-maker. ^Vxcestky Table.s -i^gv 

36. X. 819. Maud Augusta Slielmire [Frances L. 36. IX. G23], 
born in Philadelphia, Pa. 

36. X. 8J0. Edwin Davenport Boss, her hu-sband, born in Port- 
land, Maine. A textile designer. Residence : Gcrmantown, Pa. 



lOSO THE riCKKlUNG GEXEALOGY. 

Mr. Ifuss is a t>oii of William ami Sarah Davenport (Kii;;})]!) Ross. Ills 
fatlar is u casbior, of PhilaiK-lj)liia, I'a. His ancestry incliulcs the followiji"- 
families : Ross, Simonton, Knai)}), Robinson. See ^\_\ci-.sjKy Taulks tt . 

37. X. S38. William Wallace Parker [.Mary E. 37. IX. G lu], 
born in Lymi, Mass. A leatlier-dealer. Residence: Lynn. 

37. X. 8JS. j^cUic Dlai'la Whitman, his Avife, born in Lynn, Mass. 
Jlrs. ]*arker is a danghter of J. and Ellen (Batchelderj Whitman, of 
Lynn. Axcestky Tables y^^. 

4L X. DOG. Alexander Walker Beers [Frances A. 41. IX. 753], 
born in Dallas County, Ga. A salesman. Residence: ]iayonue, K.J. 

41.x. <96'6\ Josephine Cuniuiings Morse, his \vifc, bom iu AVcst- 
chester, N. J. 

Mrs. Recrs is a daughter of Lemuel Wellmau and Cora Sopliia (Cum- 
mings) ^lorse. He was a stock-broker. Axckstky Tables jf ^■,. 

41. X. 907. Benjamin Dimon Beers [Fi-ances A. 41. JX. 753], 
born in Mobile, Ala. A merchant. Residence : Peusacola, Fla. 

41. X. 907. Annie Hosalia Johnson, his wife, boin iu Mansfield, La. 
Mrs. Beers is a daughter of William and Annette (Rice) Johnson. He 
is a merchant, of Pensacola, Fla. Axcestkt Tables if -g-,,. 

41. X. 911. Stnrges Beers Dimon [Benjamin R. 41, IX. 754]. 
He was a volunteer during the Rebellion, and afterwards enlisted in 

the United States Army. He served in Company H, Fourth Cavalry, and 
was discharged Nov. 18, 1891. 

42. X. 923. Caroline Amelia Bronsdon Marsli [Margaret A. 42. 
IX. 799], born in Millbury, Mass. 

42. X. 923. Hcnvij Morton liichardson, her husband, born in 
Jericho, Vt. X dry goods dealer. Residence: Burlington, Yt. 

Mr. Richardson is a son of Nathan and Emily Mariah (Howe) Richard- 
son, of Essex Junction, Vt. jLNcr.sTitY Tables jf 9. 



TEXrir GENERATION. 1081 

•I-'. X. 'J24. Benjamin Ropes Symonds [lienjamiu Iv. 42. IX. 
^()l], bora in Saluin. A pliysician and surgeon. Rcsidont'C : Salem. 

Dr. Syraoiuls, II. C., 31. I)., 1883, is surgeon of the Second Corps of 
Cadets and of the Saleui IIospitaL 

42. X. 924- I</<t lillsivorth Shupleiyh, his wife, born in Salem. 
Jlrs. Symonds is a daughter of Henry Clay and Rosa Goodwin (Tobey) 
iShapleigh, of Salem. Axckstky TAiiLE-i ^f^. 

42. X. 929. Annie Gardner Symonds [Thomas S. 42. IX. 805], 
born in Salem. 

42. X. 929. John SoiifJuricIc Ives, her husband, probably bom in 
Salem. A book-keeper. Residence: Salem. 

i\Ir. Ives is a son of John S. and Mary (Butterick) Ives. His ancestiy 
includes the following families: Ives, ^letcalf, Derby, Ilasket, Langdon, 
Ward, Flint, Massey, AYells, AVaruer, Webb, Bccket, Phippen, AVood, 
Cromwell, Bradshaw, Mansfield, Southwick, Boyce, Gaskill, Southwick, 
Alle}', Butterick. See Axcesthy Tables j^j. 

43. X. 954. George Nichols Lamb [Harriet F. 43. IX. 82f)]. 
Residence : Cambridge, Mass. 

Mr. Lamb, II. C. 1891, is engaged in the dry goods commission busi- 
ness in Boston. 

44. X. 986. Lticy Rockwell Bowditch [Charles P. 44. IX. 859], 
born in Geneseo, N. Y. 

44. X. 9SG. I'ranJdin Greene Balch, her husband, bora in "West 
Roxburv, ^lass. A physician. Residence : Boston. 

Dr. Balch, 11. C. 1888, M. D. 1892, is in the practice of his profession 
in Boston. 

He is a son of Joseph "Williams and Agnes Love (Greene) Balch, of 
Wfst Roxbury. His father was in the insurance business. His ancestry 
includes the following fanulies: Balch, Gardner, Frier, Fairfield, Skipper- 
way, Stone, "Woodbury, Day, Bailey, Bartlett, Moses, Williams, Ward, 



lu.s-J Tin-: ricKERixG genealogy. 

IJreck, Wainwriglit, 15iukniiiistcr, Clark, Sharp, Voso, Lawson, Simpson, 
Gallislian, Greene, TattersIuiU, Anthony, Barton, Gorton, Mott, Slociim, 
Perry, Freeman, Fhigg, Mei;om, I lore, Franklin, "White, Foljjer, Morrill, 
Greene, Tatter.shall, Anthony, Barton, Gorton, ]\Iott, Slocnm, Peny, 
Freeman, Ward, Billings, Tew, Clarke, Tillinghast, Butterworth, Sayles, 
"Williams, Ray, Thomas, Greene, Ahny, Sayles, Williams, Bradlee, Evans, 
Andrews, Goard, Howes, Lord, Love, Rice. See Ancestry Tables iIx„,. 

44. X. 989. Ingersoll Bowditch [Charles P. 44. IX. 859], bom in 
Boston. A student. Residence : Boston. 

Mr. Bowditch, 11. C. 1897, was fitted for college at tlie school of Wil- 
liam Nichols, of Boston, and spent a year in foreign travel before entering 
college. 

46. X. 1010. Clara Estella Larkin [Julia A. 46. IX. 888], born 
in West Amesbury, Mass. 

46. X. 1010. James Austin Lancaster, lier husband, born in West 
Amesbury, Mass. A carriage manufacturer. Residence : Merrimac, 
Mass. 

Mr. Lancaster is a son of John and Sophia (Chase) Lancaster. His 
father is a camage-maker, of Merrimac. Axcestry Tables yf g- 

46. X. 1011. Georgie Gertrude Larkin [Julia A. 46. IX. 888], 
born in West Amesbury, Mass. 

46. X. 1011. George Brifjffs Patten, hov husband, born in Kew- 
buryport, Mass. In the carriage business. Residence: Merrimac, ilass. 

Mr. Patten is a son of Thomas Boardman and Laura Hall (Loring) 
Patten. His father is a carriage manufacturer, of Merrimac. Ancestry 
Taules i|^. 

4G. X. 1012. Lizzie Mabel Jones [Caroline E. 46. IX. 890], born 
in West Amesbury, Mass. 

4G. X. 1013. Albert Kdtjar S]te]>nr(Json. her husband, born in 
Shrewsbury, ilass. A grocer. Residence : Dover, N. H. 



TENTH GEXERATIOX. 1083 



Mr. She])ardson is a son of Lowis Barney and Jfargaret (Sullivan) 
Slioparilson. His fatlier is a fai"nier, of Marlow, N. 11. ANCEsxRy 

Tabmcs 15^. 

46. X. 1022. Edward Pettee Young [Emma A. 4G. IX. 897], 
liorn in Brookline, Mass. X merchant. Residence: Brookline. 

46. X. 1022. Jlarij Jane llicfiards, liis wife, born in England. 
Mrs. Young is a daughter of John and Jane (BIgley) Richards. Aif- 
CESTKT Tables i^f,. 

46. X. 1023. Fred Ropes Young [Emma A. 46. IX. 897], bom 
in Brookline, Mass. Residence : Brookline. 

46. X. 1023. Mabel G. Edgecombe, his wife, born in Boston. 
Mrs. Young is a daughter of Jacob G. and Elizabeth M. (Harris) 
Edgecombe. A^•CESTRY Tables -jfi-,,. 

49. X. 1055. James Wilson Grimes Walker [Rebecca W. 49. 
IX. 971], born in Salem. A cival engineer. 

Mr. Walker was prepared for his profession at the Massachusetts 
Institute of Technology. 

49. X. lOoo. Nina Chinn, his wife. 
Ancestry Tables ifjm- 

49. X. 1056. Susan Grimes Walker [Rebecca W. 49. IX. 971], 
born in Cambridge, Mass. 

Miss Walker graduated at the Bryn Mawr College, in 1893, and for 
nearly two years afterward she was secretary to the president of tlie 
college. 

49. X. 10G3. Mary Elizabeth Thomas [Henry G. 49. IX. 984], 
Ijorn in Cape Elizabeth, ]\Iaine. 

49. X. 10G3. William Xci-in.s Blow, her husband. 
Lieutenant Blow is the adjutant of the Fifteenth Infantry, United 
States Army. 

AxcESTRV Tables j-^j. 



1084 THE PICKERING GENEALOGY. 

50. X. 1073. DiTcUey Bowditch Fay [Richard S. 50. IX. 1000], 
born in Boston. Residences : Boston and Nahant, llass. 

Mr. Fuy is engaged in the care of tnist ])ropcrty. Ho is a member 
of tlie numismatic societies of Boston and London, and also of several 
social cliibs.^ 

50. X. 1073. Catherine Gray, his wife, bom in Boston. 

Mrs. Fay is a daughter of William and Catherine II. (Cunningham) 
Gray, of Boston. Ilcnrij Gray [25. VIII. 2o3'], John Ch'qnnan Gray [53. 
VII. oOT\, and Horace Gray [53. VII. 304\ were her gi-eat-granduncles ; 
BcghiaU Gray [1. X. 16'] and Samuel Parhnan BhiJce [2. IX. 16] are her 
first cousins once removed. Her ancestry includes the following families : 
Gray, AVilliams, Calley, Burrill, Ivory, South, Jarvis, Chipman, Ilowlaud, 
Tilley, Cobb, Hinckley, Hale, Byley, Clark, Somerby, Greeuleaf, Brown, 
Eaton, Woodbury, Dodge, Cotton, Hawkridge, Rossiter, Saltonstall, 
Gurdon, Wartl, Edmonds, Clay, Habersham, Legaidere, Savage, Butler, 
Loring, Newton, Wheatley, Lobdcll, Bradford, Allen, Baker, Greeley, 
Ilsley, Walker, Stubbs, Hichborn, Pateshall, Woody, Dexter, Fadre, 
Pitman, Cunningham, AVheeler, Boylstou, Gardner, Smith, White, 
Cogswell, Thompson, Hawkes, Hutchinson, Lewis, Wliiting, Dmght, 
Hastings, Champney, Edwards, Poole, Baker, Fisher, Marriott, Whiting, 
Dwight, Howard, Clark, Whittingham, Shrimpton, SAvan, Clarke, Ring, 
Scotto, Sanford, Hedge, Lathrop, Clarke, Barrett, Barnard, Manning, 
Williams. See A>-cestky Tables ^f g. 

50. X. 1074. Sidney Brooks Everett [Katharine 50. IX. 1001], 
born in Boston. A note-broker. Residence : Boston. 

Mr. Everett has been a member of the Boston Conmion Council. 

50. X. 1075. Alexander Leo Everett [Katharine 50. IX. 1001], 
born in Biarritz, France. A lawyer. Residence : New York City. 

Mr. Everett graduated at Trinity College, England, with honors, 
and at the Harvard Law School in 1805. Ho is in the practice of 
his profession in New York City. 

» Harvard College Class Book of ISSl, p. 23, 



TENTH GENERATION. 1085 



50. X. 107G. Lilian Everett [Katharine 50. IX. 1001], bom in 
Newport, R. I. 

50. X. l(y^6. Charles Henry Fenwicic, her husband. 
Mr. Fenwick was ibnuerly a captain in the King's Royal Rifle 
Corps. 

Ancestry Tables jf Si* 

50. X. 1078. Richard Fay Parker [Elizabeth P. 50. IX. 1002], 
born in Lynn, Mass. A stock- broker. Residence : Boston, 

Mr. Parker, H. C. 1890, is a member of the firm of Ely & Co., of 
Boston 

50. X. 1078. Emma ^Rosalie Guild, his wife, bom in Ithaca, N.Y. 

Mrs. Parker is a daughter of the Rev. Edward Chipman and Emma 
(Cadwallader) Guild. He is a Unitarian minister, of Brunswick, jMaine. 
Charles Eliot Guild [52. VIII. oSl] is her uncle, and Samuel Atldns Eliot 
[52. VII. 27S'] is her great-uncle. Her ancestry includes the following 
families : Guild, Crooke, Fi.sher, Faxon, Foster, Stuart, Graves, Quincy, 
Pares, Gookin, Bird, Dolling, Flynt, Hoar, Hincksman, Willet, Brown, 
Waldron, Vaughan, Cutt, Allen, Eliot, Woodier, Shattuck, Henick, 
Laskin, Marshall, Atkins, Dudley, Dighton, Tyng, Sears (?), Kent, 
Gookin, Bird, Dolling, Savage, Hutchinson, Mai'bury, Tyng, Sears (?). 
See A-NCESTRT Tables y^-^,,. 

50. X. 1080. Augustin Hamilton Parker [Elizabeth P. 50. IX. 
1002], born in Lynn, Mass. Residence : Boston. 

Mr. Parker is an undergraduate of Harvard College. 

60. X. 1124. Leona Abby Stoodley [William E. 60. IX. 1222], 
died in Lake Geneva, Wis. 

60. X. 1134. Alexander T/iursbij, her hmhand. Residence: Lake 
Side, Mich. A salesman. 

Mr. Thm-sby is a son of Hiram Alexander Thursby, of Lake Side. 

Ancestry Tables yf -j. 



1086 



THE PICKERING GENEALOGY. 



66. X. 1217°. Henry Lewis Stimson [Candace 66. IX. 1352°], 
born in New York. A lawyer. Residence: New York City. 
Mr. Stimson graduated at Yale College in 1888. 

6G.X.1217"'. Mabel Wellington Wh ite, his wik. 
Mrs. Stimson is a daughter of Charles White, who is a lawyer, of 
New Haven, Conn. A^-cestby Tables igj- 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



INDEX OF NAMES.^ 



Abbot, Anne T. G. (Emery) 942 

— Caroline H. (Lincoln) 1037 

— EJwin Halo .... 877 

— Ezra 1037 

— George Jacob .... 912 

— Jolin Emery .... 227 

— JuUa Webster [IX] . . 942 

— Lucy Anieliu [X] 1037-1038 
Abbott, Abbie Elizabetb . 7S9 

— Abby A. (ClianJler) [VIII] 688 

— Albert [IX] . . . 789-790 

— Albert Cutler .... 7S9 

— Alfred Amos [IX] . 91 n., 9i, 

791-793, 793, 1022 

— Alice Hay [VIII] . . 768 

— Amos [Vill] 507-508, 7S9, 

795 

— Amos 789 

— Arthur Hale .... 789 

— Benjamin Franklin [VII] 437 

— Betsey ( ) ... 493 

— Caroline (Livormore) . 96<! 

— Caroline Mackey [IX] . 793 

— Carrie (\TlieeIock^ [IX] 971 

— Catherine Pickmaii [VIII] 688, 

972 

— Charles Dudley . . . 688 

— Daniel [VHI] . 415-416, OSO 

— Diancy (Pickering) [VIIJ 487. 

7G7, 70S 

— Ednard West [IX] . . 791 

— Edward West [X] . . 304 

— Elizabeth (Pickmaii) [VII] 41S, 

6S7. 6SS 

— Elizabeth Otis ^X] . . 1022 

— Elizabeth West [IX] 00, 9 1, 

790. 1021, 1022 

— Emma Fmnces [IX] 795, 79S, 

1023 



iVBBOTT, Esther Ann [IX] 


793- 




794 


— Esther M. (West) [VIII] 


507, 


7S9, 790, 791, 793, 791, 79.5 


— EvaT. (Reeve) TVIII] . 


768 


— George Birch [VIII] . 


767 


— Gorham D 


790 


— Hannah (Bailey) . . . 


790 


— Hannah (Poor) . . . 


508 


— Harriet il. (Haudersou) 




[VIII] 


688 


— Helen E. W. [X] . . . 


1022 


— Helen L. (Suttuu) [IX] 


00, 




793 


— Henry Pickmaii [IX] 


971 


— Jane Green [IX] . 794 


1022 


— Jeduthau 


508 


— Josiab Gardner . . . 


968 



— Katharine Elizabeth [IX] 971 

— Laurindu (Holbrook) [VIII] 

688 

— Lester 487 

789 
789 

495 
971 



— Lewis Lowe . . . 

— Lucia Washburn . . 

— Lydia Ann [VII] . . 

— Mary Elizabeth [IX] . 

— Mary J. (French) [IX] 794- 

795 

— Mehitable (Clark) ... 4S7 

— Myra L. (Matthews) [IX] 971 

— Sarah 410 

— Sarah (Abbott) . . . 410 

— Sarah B. (Abbott) [IX] 789.^ 

795 1 

— Sarah Barnard ^X] 789, 795 I 

— Sarah Lincoln .... 789 I 

— Sarah Livcrmorc[ IX] . 968 | 

— Stephen 495 

— Timothy 410 



Abbott, William .... 790 

— William Albert [IX] 791 n.. 794 

— William Haiidcrson [IX ] 970 

— William Pickman [VIII] 687- 

688, 970, 971 

— William S. [X] . . 179, ISO 

Abdy family 656 

Abob.n, Jane 224 

Adorxe, Joseph .... 51 

— Samuel 50, 51 

Abrahams, Joanna . . . 107 

— William 107 

Ackwoktii, .... 185 

Adams, Abigail .... 575 

— Ada M. (Ward) [IX] . 911 

— Anna (Curtis) .... 802 

— Anna (Folsom) . . . 447 

— Anne (Glover) .... 539 

— Benjamin [VIJ .... 200 

— Benjamin .... 200, 955 

— Bertha B. (Devereux) [IX] 996 

— Charles 911 

— Charles Russell [IX] 911 

— Charlotte [VIII] ... 521 

— Daniel M 990 

— Dorcas (Faulkner) . . 521 

— Eliza [VII] . . . 446-447 

— Elizabeth J. A. (Davis) . '.m 

— Elizabeth Jordan [X] . 1056 

— Elizabeth P. [VII] . . 374 

— Emily (Rcaiie) .... 1050 

— Eunice (U'oodwarii) . . 412 

— Frances I'ickcriug [IX] . 955 

— George Davis [I.X] . . 996 

— Hannah ..;... 291 

— Jane [VIII] .... 612 

— John . . 143, 150, 239, 417, 

521, 539 

— John Quincy . . . . 515 



' A Roman numeral in lirackcis shows the generation to whicli tliD individual belongs. A number in 
black-faced type shows llic page on which the skcttli ot" the individual occurs. 



1090 



f 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



Adams, Lois (Om.) [VI] 96, ISG, 

189-190,200,310,310,3:20, 

3-27 

— Lois Orne fVlIl 327, 536, 537 

— Louisa A. (Walter) . . 955 

— Louisa Rebecca . . . 1062 

— Lucina 475 

— Mary A. (Russell) . . 911 

— Mirauda Jane [IX] . . 802 

— Naiicy (Paysou) [VII] 412, 077 

— Nancy (Stone) . . . 10-tS 

— Nathan 374 

— Nathaniel [VII] ... 412 

— Nathaniel 412 

— Peter 1048 

— Peter Francis [X] 1047-1048 

— Rebecca (Nichols) • . 200 

— Rebecca G. (Dalrymple) 

[X] 1047 

— Richard 32 

— Sarah Fisher [\Tn] 538-539 

— Shubel S02 

— William 1056 

Addixgtos, Isaac . . 56, 57, 53 
Adriance, Anna Maria S. 756 
Agassiz, Cecile (Brown) . 782 

— Ida 0. F. [IX] . . 782,1019 

— Louis 696, 814 

— Louis E. R 782 

— Pauline 1019 

Ago, 575 

AiNSWoRTH, Amelia Anne 

\yUl] . . 352, 64S, 649 

— Artemas . . . 382, 643,. 649 

— Calviu Chamberlaiu [VIII] 382, 

648, 6i9 

— Catherine (Fessendeu) 3S2, 648, 

649 

— Catherine Calista [VII] 382. 

643, 649 

— ElizabethP.(Nichol.)[\^II] 648 

— Jane Ehza 642 

— Joseph 643 

Aldex, Alithea .... 520 
Alperman, Jane ( ) . . 26 

— John 26,31,40 

ALDBicrr, Judith .... 483 
Alexavder, Alice [IX] . . 802 

— Alice (Pritchard) ... S02 

— Andrew 802 

— Francis . 390, 420, 445, 660 

— Mary 552 

— IV., Pope 2 



Alexander & Cook . . . 613 
AiXKN, Aaron 563 

— Alice 425 

— Andrew J 617 

— Anna (F'iske) .... 461 

— Auua Fiske 706 

— Charles H 71 

— Charles IlUton [IX] . . 911 

— Deborah R. (Arrington) 
[IX] 911 

— Edward 461 

— ElishaH 936 

— Elizabeth (Knight) . . 852 

— Elizabeth C 461 

— Elizabeth Knight [IX] . 852 

— George H 687 

— Helen Elizabeth V. . . 1045 

— Joanna 565 

— John Fiske [Vn] 461-462, 706 

— Lucy P. (Dodge) [VII] 460, 

461, 743 

— Lucy Story 1054 

— Luther Franklin . . . 1055 

— Lydia 350 

— Marion 461 

— Mehitabel (Russell) . . 911 

— Mehitable Ann .... 1055 

— iliiUe L. (Edwards) [X] 1055 

— Nathaniel Prmee . . . 911 

— Pickering Dodge [^^II] 743 

— Ralph "VVhittier [X] . . 1055 

— SaUy 319 

— Sally (Crafts) .... 563 

— Sam"nelP 852 

— Sarah 340 

— Sarah Jane [VIII] 563-564, 564 

— Susan E. (Andrews) . . 1055 

— Thomas 2 n. 

— William 171 n., 183 n., 194 u., 

2C1 n. 

Alley, Lydia 1021 

Allis, Abbie :Maria [IX] . 853 

— Abigail (Spencer) . . . 853 

— John Henry .... 353 
Allstos, Washington . 157, 240, 

248, 249, 258 

Alltn-, John 530 

Alwarp, Josepli .... 832 
AiiEE, Charlotte Augusta . 577 

— Delia (Peirce) [VIII] 575-576 

— Jacob 577 

— Joseph L. C. [Vni] 576-577 

— Maty (Carroll) . ... 577 



Amee, William A. ... 576 
Ames, Aaron G 994 

— EllaFn\nces[IX] . . . 994 

— Nancy R. ( ) ... 994 

— Oliver 877 

Amort, Ann 660 

— Anna P. G. (Sears) 712, 717 

— Catherine ?91 

— Charles Walter [VIII] 712, 
716-717, 721,973, 1010, 101 1 

— Clara [IX] 988 

— Cornelia 439 

— Elizabeth (Gardner) [VIII] 716, 
987, 933 

— Francis 439 

— Harriet Sears [VHI] 712, 717. 
721, 97S, 1010, 1014 

— Letitia SulUvan . . . 1038 

— Rebecca 442 

— Rufus 296 

— Sarah (Kirkland) ... 439 

— Susan 721 

— Thomas C 94 n. 

— William [IX] .... 987 

— William 712,717 

Amos, Alexander L. . . . 1024 

— Isabella S. [X] . . . . 1024 

— Judith C. (Simonson) . 1024 
Anderson, .... 267 

— Jeanne 1045 

— Margaret 1054 

Andrew, Elizabeth . . . 594 

— John Albion 503, 506, 5S6, 748, 
777, S40, 872, 932, 967 

Andrews, .... 183 

— Ann (Lily) 1064 

— Ann F. (Dalrymple) [X] 1048 

— Anna (Bumham) . . . 850 

— Catherine 956 

— Elizabeth (Stone) [IX] 850 

— Elizabeth A. (Parrott) [X] 1064 

— Esther (Hulctt) ... 758 

— Esther Amanda [VIII] . 758 

— Fanny D. (Chappie) . . 1048 

— Gilman 1048 

— Gilman Augustus [X] . 1048 

— Gustavus 1064 



— Israel . . 

— James [IX] , 

— John . . , 

— Joseph 

— Lincoln . 

— Lucy . . 



46, 



850 
850 
565 
67,71 
758 
860 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



1091 



An-deews, JJary A. (Austin) 591 

— Mary Austin [VI U] . . 591 

— Nancy (Rowc) . . . 50j 

— Penelope Boiiactt . . . 92j 

— Richard f lutclior [XJ . 1064 

— Sally Morgan [VllI] . 565 

— Susau Elvina .... 1055 

— Truman Bitliop ... 591 
A.VDROWES, Ricliurd ... 9 

Anse, Queca 7i 

Ajjnerlt, Lord .... SOI 
A^XESLET, Mary (Shannon) 209 

— Robert 209 

AxTllONT, Cliarks [X] . . 1032 

— Katie (Dabncv) [X] . . 1032 

— Mary (Wormly) . . . 1032 

— Peter ...".... 1032 
Aplixgton, Caroline (Nichols) 1002 

— Henry [IX] 1002 

— Sophronia P. (Webster) 

[IX] 1002 

— Zenas 1002 

Apfleton, .... 30 

— Elizabeth 81G 

— George Lyniau [IX] . . 973 

— Hannah .... 91, 92, 93 

— Hetty Sidlivau .... 9SS 

— James Amory [VIU] 691, OSS, 

9S9, 1018 

— John 179, 20S 

— Louisa C. (AmolJ) [IX] 973- 

974 
-Mary SO 

— Mary A. (Cutter). . . 691 

— Mary E. (Lyman) [VIII] 691, 

973 

— Nathaniel 2U 

— Sarah 80 

— SaKih Elizabeth ... 9S9 

— William 691 

Appleton family .... 895 
Akbuckxe, Eli/.abctli . . 102S 
Arcuer, Alice Cluk [X] . 1057 

— Benjamin IK.wai.l [X] . 1057 

— Charlotte L. (rhii)p.'n) 

[IX] .... 855, 1057 

— Emogcue (Ellcm-s) [X] . 1057 

— Emogeae (Stone) [X] . 1057 

— Harriet 855 

— Mary [VIII] . . 597-598 

— M.iry (Daland) ... 59S 

— Mary P. (P.owditch) . . 855 

— Natiianiel 510 



Akciie;i, S 351 

— Sarah [VIII] .... 546 

— Sarah (Bcckl'ord) . . . 5i(i 

— "William 59S 

— William Henry [IX] 220,371. 

855, 893, 903 

— William Henry . . . 855 
Archibald, Phcbc (Huestis) 1000 

— Rusiua Bradley [X] . . 1066 

— William lOCf 

ARMtT.\G£, James .... 1030 
Armistkad, .... 7iS 

— Lydia (Rus:,cll) . . . 1030 

— Lydia E. (Sliook) [X] 1030 

— William J. [X] . . . . 1030 
Armsieosg, .... 672 

— IsabeUa 211 

A-RNOLD, Aurora .... 760 

— Charles Stuart [VIII] . 692 

— Elizabeth 879 

— George [IX] .... 910 

— George B 910 

— Hannah ( ) ... 910 

— Louisa Caroline [IX] 973^974 

— Louisa G. (.Arnold) . . 973 

— Louisa Giudrat . . . 973 

— Martha J. (Low) [IX] . 910 

— Mary E. (Lyman) [VIII] 691 

— Samuel Greene . . . 973 

— Seeth (Needham) [VII] 349, 

563, 561 

— William 319 

Arrixgto.v, Deborah (Richards) 615 

— Deborah Richards [IX] . 911 

— Elizabeth R 611 

— Helen ilarr [IX] ... 912 

— James [VIII] . . 614-615 

— James 615 

— Lydia Ward FIX] ... 911 

— Mary A. (Tufts) [VII [] 614. 

911, 912 

— Sally Ward [IX] . . . 911 
.\siitORD, Maria .... 875 
Amitox. Doroiiiy [VI] 207, 313 

— Frances (Goodhue) [VII] 343, 

560 

— Frances Goodhue [VIII] 560. 

S16 

— Jacob 109, 110, 207, 20S, 313 

— Mary (Ropes) .... 207 

— Mary (Stevens) [VI] 211, 211 

— ?u.<.annah (Lcc) ... 313 

— William [VII] . . . 207, 343 



AsiiTO.v family .... 816 

Atchiso.v, .... 668 

.VriiERioN, Abel WiUard . 650 

— Margaret (Weeks) . . 650 

— Sarah (VIII) .... 650 
Atkixs, Catherine . . . 123 

— Mary Goud^rin .... 910 
Atkin.son, Susan .... S07 

— & R.vllius 620 

Atterbcry, Julia M. . . 1003 
Athvill, Alfred .... 600 

— Almira Dreed .... 1056 

— Beujamin Franklin . . 600 

— Betsey Fullerton [VIII] 000, 

609, 610 

— Edward 600 

— Gustavus 600 

— Hannah (Palfray) fVIII] 599, 

600 

— Jacob 600 

— John Daggett [\1II] . 599- 

600, 609, 610 

— John Daggett .... 599 

— Joseph Warren .... 600 

— Lydia (Hicks) .... 600 

— ilartha (Ingalls) . . 609, 610 

— Mary [VIII] 600,609,610- 

611 

— Nelson Reed .... 599 

— Patty 599 

— Richard 1 600 n. 

— Richard Ingalls ... 600 

— WiUiam 599, 600 

— William Augustus . . 600 
Atuood, E. S 375 

— Elvira ( Ferrin) . . . 795 

— Jolm 795 

— Samuel Pcrrin [IX] . . 795 

— Sarah B. (.\bbott) [IX] 795 
Alsti.v, Agnes . . . 292, 293 

— Carrie [JlX] . 500, 628, 919 

— Deborah (Lee) [VIIj 292, 293 

— Edward 692 

— Elizabeth (Hall) ... 919 

— Henry 566 

— Joshua ...... 292 

— Mary Ann 591 

— Richard [MI] .... 293 

— Richard U 919 

— Samuel 692 

— Sarah Ann 897 

.VvERT, Mary 617 

— Sophronia 614 



1092 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



Babhidge, Bfujaniiu [VII] 351, 
351 

— ilcnjamiu Augustus [I,\] 859, 

105 S 

— Christopher 59 

— Ehzabcth (F;iiriic!d) [IX] 859 

— Elizabeth (Woodwcll) . o51 

— Harriet (Perei-snn) [X] . 1059 

— John [VII Ij .... 569 

— Joha Pcirce [VIII] 569, So'J 

— Lucy Andrews [IX] . . 859 

— Mary (Phlpoi u) [VII] 351, 500 

— Sarali (PulsilVr) [VIII] 569 

— Sarah Elizabeth [X] . . 1058 

— William Augustus [X] 1058- 

1059 
Babbitt, Ellen Alice . . . 845 
Babcock, Cornelia Augusta 

[IX] 925 

— Martha 503 

— Mary Elizabeth . . . 8i2 

— Penelope B. (AadreTvs) . 925 

— William Uenry . . . 925 
B.4.BS0X, Joha J. . 198 u., 3S7 n. 
Bacon, Alice 320 

— Alice Putnam [IX] . . 994 

— Benjamiu [V] .... 167 

— D. G. & W. B. . . . 72S 

— Daniel 167 

— Daniel Carpeuter . . . 72S 

— Desire T. (Gorhani) . . 72S 

— Edwin il. 778 n., 784 n., 935 n., 

1070 u. 

— Elizabeth (Kiu;^) . . . 167 

— Elizabeth Goldthwait . 9S2 

— Francis E. & Co. ... 72 S 

— Francis Edward [VIII] 71S, 728 

— Louis [IX] 994 

— Louisa (CroTniinsLield) 

[VIII] . . . 727-728, 99i 

— Mary 1025 

B\nr,ER, Abigail .... 612 

— Elizabeth 859 

— Joseph 95, 97, 112, 113, 115. 

179, ISO, ISO, 190, 196, 231 

— Katharine 95 n. 

— Samuel 95 n. 

Bagley, Harriot .... Sit 
BAtLEY, Abdigal .... 1033 

— Caroline C. (D.uiO . . 1000 ] 

— Carolvne I!i/a [VIII] 762-763 

— Charles 565 

— Charles Hardy [IX] . . 1000 



B.Ai).KY, Clara E. (Morse) 

[IX] 1000 

— Clark 1000 

— llaunah 790 

— Jaue (Johnson) . . . 832 

— Joel Montgomery . . . 763 

— Joseph 566 

— Mahale E. (Carman) . . 763 

— Mary (KeudaU) ... 566 

— Miranda 1030 

— Sarah Loring 186 n., 520 n., 

521 n. 

— Sarah Susanna [IX] . . 832 
Baixes, Margaret .... 949 
Baker, Asa 019 

— Caroline W. (Wingate) 

[VII] 450, 733 

— Catherine (Andrews) . 956 

— Charlotte A. (Wimbish) . 867 

— Charlotte B. (Carter) . 793 

— Clifton Prentiss . . . 876 

— Dana Wingate [VIII] . 733 

— Elihu 793 

— Elizabeth Homer [VIII] 733 

— Emma Louisa [IX] . . 956 

— Experience 753 

— Fannie E. (Frcncli)[VIII] 733 

— Frances E. (Read) [IX] 916 

— George [VIII] .... 619 

— George Towne [IX] . . 916 

— Hannah (Newhall) . . 619 

— Ha;uiah P. [VII] ... 492 

— Harriet C.(Wightman)[IX] 916 

— Hiram 956 

— Joanna Butler .... 793 

— John Dickinson . . . 807 

— Mary A 979 

— Mary A. (Towne) [\"III] 619, 

916 

— Mary Charlotte [IX] . 867 

— Nancy (Brown) . . . 573 

— Nathan ILale [IX] . . 916 

— Samuel [All] .... 450 

— Thomas 573 

Ralch, 85 

— Agnes L. (Greene) . . lOSl 
-Daniel 132 

— Franklin Greene ^\ 1081-1082 

— Joseph Williams . . . lUSl 

— Lucy R. (Bowditcli) [X] 1081 

— Mary .... 85, 132, 133 
BaLDWi.v, Abigail (Pickering) 

[V] . . 11, 174, 175, 2S6 



Baldwin, Agnes C. (Green) 

[L\] 907 

— Alfred Alonzo [IX] . . 906 

— Ann (FauM-ll) .... 900 

— Anna (Williams) [VI] 120, 247 

— Anna p. (Lewis) [IX] . 907 

— Augustus [IX] . . . . 907 

— Caroline (Banks) [IX] . 907 

— Caroline E. (Ward) [IX] 905 

— Catherine Orne [IX] 807, 1050 

— diaries [VIII] Oil, 611, 900 

— Charles C 247 n. 

— Edwin [IX] 906 

— Elizabeth C. (Ward) [VIII] 611, 

907 

— Elizabeth O. (Cusliing) 

[VIII] . . 516, 807, SOS 

— Ellen S. (Ward) [IX] . 905 

— Emma R. (Leacii) [IX] 906, 00? 

— Fannie Longfellow . . 900 

— Frederick [IX] Oil, 905, 900 

— George 906 

— George Edwin [IX] . 611, 906 

— Isaac [VIII] 611, 611, 012, 9iJ5, 

906 

— Jobi Avery SOS 

— Jonathan .... 611, 905 

— Loammi [M] 247-249, 24S n. 

— Loammi 249 

— Lois E. (Parkhurst) [IX] 808 

— Lncretia (Spinnings) [IX] 907 

— Luke [VIII] 315, 445, 516, 

SOS 

— Luke [IX] . . . 807-808 

— Luke 517 

— Mary (.\Tery) .... 517 

— Mary (Fowle) .... 249 

— Mary (Sargent) . . Oil, 905 

— Mary A. (Ward) [VIII] 611, 900 

— Mary A. S. il. (Baldwin) 

[IX] . 315,445,517,808 

— M.ary Ann S. M. [IXj 315, 415, 

517, 808 

— Mary Avery 445 

— Mary J. (Leaeli) [IX] 906, 906- 

907 

— ilary Jane [IX] ... 906 

— Keubou SOO 

— Samuel Purkmau [IX] . 808, 

808, 1036 

— Sarah (CoUius) .... 80S 

— Sarah (Ward) [VIII] 611, 900, 

907 



IXDEX OF NAMES. 



1003 



P.uj)iviN, S.inili CuUins CX) 1036 

— William [ \ ] .... 175 

— William [VIII] Gil, 611-612, 

OUI-) 

— William ILmry [IX] . . 907 

— William I'j-iicliou [IX] . 808 
B-vLL, A/ubali ijOl 

— Charlotte 491 

— Eve 83i 

— George I'r.mk [IX] . . 971 

— George Warrea . . . 971 

— Katharine E. (Abbott) 

[IX] 971 

— Mary (Stearus) ... 971 
Ba.LEBiNi, Eva .Maria [IX] 785 

— Felice Fortuuato . . . 7S5 

— Mariaua (Cararrlia) . . 7So 
Ballou, Adiu 279 n-, 2S0 ii , 170 u., 

477 n., 478 u., 759 u. 

— Alice (Gaylord) [IX] . . 1001 

— Alma (Joues) [M;I] . . 476 

— Atherlinda 0. (Howe) 

[VII] 478 

— Bcuoiii 4S3 

— Charity (VedJcr) [VIII] 759 

— Charles [IX] .... 1001 

— Charles Frederick; [VIII] 758- 

759, 759 

— David [XIY] . 477, 7o5, 759 

— EliakJm Johnson [VII] . 478 

— EUza (Havens) [VII] . 478 

— Eliza A. (Barrett) [VII] 477 

— Elizabeth [VII] ... 478 

— Eliz.abeth (Pickering) [VI] 1G3, 

241, 207, 269-270, 370, 27i, 
279, 450, 470, 477, 473 

— EUa H. (Cupp) [IX] . 1001 

— Elmina Ruth .... 1027 

— Esther A. (Andrews) [Vni] 758 

— Eunice (Cook) [VII] . 476 

— Harty [VII] . . 477, 477 u. 

— Hattie [VII] .... 477 n. 

— Herbert E'.ijcne [VIII] . 759 



— James [VII] 

— John [VI] 

— John [VII] ... 

— John [VIII] . . 

— Joseph D. [IX] . 

— Laura Emiice [VIIl] 

250 n., 477 n., 47 



. 478. 47 S 

280, 2S0n. 

. 476, 753 

757, 1001 

. . 1001 

■J n., 

757, 



Balluu. Lucy Sophia [VIII] 1001 
i — Ma-gie m'. (Wells) [IX] 1001 
' — Margaret (liartlett) . , 2^0 

— Mary [VII] .... 477 

— Mary (Ellis) [VIII] . . 759 

— Mary (Fluster) [VII] . 477 

— Mary (Pcrlgo) [VIIl] . 757 

— M.ary I. (Bronu) [VIII] 758 

— Mary Matilda [VIII] 758, 10 >i 

— Matie (Fox) [VIIl] 

— Olivia [VII] . . 

— Olivia [VIII] . . . 

— Orlando Luce [VIIl] 

— Pliiauda Maria [VII] 

— Sarah (Buffum) . . 

— Seth 

— Sophia (Sabiu) [VII] 

— William [Vll] . . . 

— William [IX] .... 

— WiUiaui Pickering [VIII] 



759 
478 
757 
758 
483 

4S:i 
230 
477 
476, 757 
. 1001 
757, 
1001 
758 
390 
271 
75 n. 
587 u. 
191 



Barbkr, Hannah . . . 

— Hannah Maria [VII] 

— James 

— Lcvitia 

Sarah (Woolford) 



482, 491 

497 

. 497 

. 308 

497 



1000, luOl 

— Louisa (Evans) [VIII] . 757 

— Louisa Delcena [MI] 47S, 478 



— WaUam Sabin [VIII] 

Ballt, .... 

Baxiimore, Lord . . , 
Bamiord, Charles W. . 
Bancroft, A. L. & Co, . 

— Aaron 

— Ami 302 

— Elise (Milligan) [VIII] 720 

— Elizrdjcth (Ives) . . . 437 

— Ellen [VIII] .... 253 

— Emma R. (D.amon) . . 1077 

— George Henry [X] 1076-1077 

— Hannah (Putuam) [VII] 436, 

720 

— Joseph Temple . . . 1077 

— Lizzie M. (Henfleld) [X] 1076 

— Robert Hale [VIIl] 253, 430 n., 

437 u., 720 

— Ruth 332 

— Sarah Ellen [VIII] . . 720 

— Thomas 25 S, 4->7 

— Thohias Poyutou [VII] 436-437 

— ■William A." 1012 

Bangs, Elizabeth .... 370 

— Eunice B 022 



Banister, Edwin IliU . 
Banks, Caroline [IX] . 

— Joseph 

— Leuora 

— Mary 

— Nathaniel P. . . . 
Ba&bek, Emily Augusta 



530 
907 

907 
907 
033 
793 
1025 



Bauiioh, Hannah R. (Swasev) 

[VIIl] '662 

— Horace [VIII] . . 662-663 

— Nathaniel GG3 

— Nellie (Webster) ... GC3 
B.uiDWKLL, Almyra Augusta 952 
Barham, Joseph .... 1039 

— Sarah M. (Prince) [X] . 1039 

— Thomas Foster [X] . . 1039 

B.VRING, ,t7 

Baring Brothers & Co. 300, 555, 

839, 841 

Barker, .\ii,ist;isia [X] . . 1048 

Anna Hazard [IX] . 781, 840 

— Benjamin 1048 

— Elizabeth ( ) ... 605 

— Elizabeth (Hazard) . . S40 

— Elizabeth Hazzard[IX] 781, S40 

— Jacob 840 

— James [VIII] .... 605 

— James 605 

— Jeaimette B. (James) . 7S1 

— Mary (Cottrell) . . . 1048 

— Mary (Ilitchiugs) . . . 636 

— Mary Anue [VIIT] . . 636 

— Sarah (Tucker) [VIII] . 604 

— Thomas 636 

— William 781 

Baulow, Francis C. . . . 781 
Barnard, Julia Jones . . 795 

— Lois (Gardner) [VI] 93, 94, 

180-181, 300 

— Mary (WooJbridgc) . . 1S3 

— Rhoda ..."... 117 

— Sarah [VII] .... 306 

— Thomas [VI] 93, 100, 181, 181- 

183, 20S, 227, 377 n., 379 n. 

— Thomas [VII] .... 306 

— Thomas . . . 109, IS I, 1S3 
Barnes, Jennie 0. . . . 917 
Barr, Betsey .... 206, 571 

— Sally 206 

Bakrktt, .... 8S9 

— Eliza Ana [VII] ... 477 

— Eveline 905 

Sarah 409 

— Walter 346 n. 

• W"illiam 477 



1094 



IXDEX OF NAMES. 



Barrow, Alfred .... i^\ 

J3\RRY, Marj- 1005 

Bartholomew, . . . 7oS 

— G. W 15,62 

— Genrge 15 

— Hannah 62, 6 1 

— Heury .... 30, 31, 62 



— Jane 

Bartlett, Catlicrine F. A. 
(Nichols) [IX] . . . 

— Franklin Weston [IX] 



15 



— Joha . . 

— Josiah [TI] 

— Josiali 

— Levi . . 

— Slargaret 

— ilary . . 

— Mary (Bartlett) 

— Marv (Weston) 

— Meribah . . . 

— Nancy [VII] 

— Oriin Daniel 

— Sarah (Wingate) [VI] 
Bartlox, Elizabeth 
Bartol, Cyrus A. 



Bai-.ton, John . . 

— Margaret [VIII] 

— Jlary (Webb) . 

— Sarah . . . 

— Silence . . . 
Bartott, Hannah . 
Bass?;tt, Gulielma 

— AVQliam 172 n., 

2S0 n., 2S1 n., 



937 

937- 

938 

-190 

256 

256 

256 u. 

2S0 

256 

256 

93S 

212 

496 

938 

256 

770 

253, 251 n., 

719 n. 

. . 573 

72, 572-573 

. . 573 

. . 948 

869 

592 

103S 

278 n., 

2S5 n., 



173 n, 

2S2 n. 



286 n., 2S7 n., 481 n., 492 n. 

108 

1080 

680 

1059 

1065 

600 

555 

606 

25 

496 

497 

287 

497 

497 



Bastos, Lydia . . 
Batcheldeb, Ellen 

— Lydia . . . 

— Sarah . . . 
Batciieller, Sarah 
Batks, . . 

— Joshua . . . 

— & Cook . . . 
Battkr, Edmund . 
Battles, Caleb [VII] 

— Celia (Hale) [VII] 

— David [VI] . . . 

— Edwin [ATI] . . 

— Eliza A. (Howard) [MI] 

— Elizabeth J. (Emory) [VII] 495 

— Eunice [VII] . . 496,771 



Battles, Eunice (rirkeriiig) 

[VI] . . 287, 495, 496, 497 

— Hannah (VII) 173, 2b7 n..496, 

771 

— Hannah M. (Barb.r) [VII] 497 

— James Henry [VII] . 497, 772 

— Jcbbio Jane [VIII] • • "2 

— Lorenzo Deuisen [VII] 287 u., 

497 

— Luther [MI] .... 496 

— Mary (Rich) [MI] . . 497 

— Mary E. [MI] . • 496, 771 

— Minnie Hahi [VIII] . 772 

— Nancy (Bartlett) [VII] . 496 

— Nettie Elizabeth [VIII] 772 

— R.ifu5 [VII] .... 495 

— Sarah [VII] .... 497 

— William [VII] .... 497 
Baylies, Cornelia Prime [IX] 983- 

984 

— Edmund Lincoln . . . 983 

— Nathalie E. (Ray). . . 983 
Beadle, Hannah . . 38, 64, 66 

— Hannah (Lemon) . . 64, 65 

— Hannah (Pickering) [III] 33, 

38, 41, 64-65, 65, 66 

— John 221 

— Marv[Vl] 221 

— Mary (West) .... 221 

— Nathaniel [III] . 64, 65, 66 

— Samuel 64, 65 

— Sarah 334 

Beal, Nancy 1077 

BEAiTAN', Sarah .... 844 
Beane, Emily .... 1056 
Beakd, Augustus F. [IX] . 961 

— Eliza P.'(Coddard) [IX] 961 
Beauregard, PieiTe G. T. 739 

Beckerisg, .... 1 

Beckermaxx, Elizabeth (Jacol)- 

son) 895 

— Johann H. A 895 

— Margaret A. (Stanley) 

[IX] 895 

— William H. C. [IX] . . 895 
Becket, Elizabeth . . . 335 

— Rebecca 352 



Beckford, Anna (Gale) 

' — Catherine ( ) . . 

' — Mary 

— ilary White . . 

— U. bi-cca [VII] . . 
I — Samuel . . . • 



33 
248 
304 
746 
335 
335 



Beckford, Sarah .... 546 

— Tliomas 243 

BtEciiKR, Henry Ward 635, 637 
Beeckmax, Gilbert Livingston 975 

— Helen [IX] . . . . . 975 

— Margaret A. (Foster) . 975 
Beexs, William .... 22 
Beers, Alexander Walker 

[X] 1080 

— Anrde R. (Johnson) [X] 1080 

— Benjamin Dimon [X] . . 1080 

— Frances A. (Dimon) [IX] 921, 

lOSO 

— Jonathan Sturges [IX] . 921 

— Josephine C.(iIorsc)[X] 1080 
Belcher, Jeremiah ... 72 
Belden, Mary Ann . . . 1022 
Belkjjap, George E. . . . 872 

— Jeremy 322 

— Sarah 616 

Bell, Alouzo [IX] ... 909 

— Daniel 563 

— Eleanor (Youmans) . . 909 
Elizabeth (Peele) ... 563 
John 673 

— Mary [VIII] .... 563 

— Mary V. (Lemon) [IX] . 909 

— Thaddeus 909 

— Wdliam 356 

Bellows, Henry W. . 562, 562 n. 
Bemis, Amelia (Carter) . . 764 

— Anna 556 

— Annie Goodhue [X] . . 1052 

— Experience 277 

— Hannah 558 

— Hannah (Eddy) . . 557, 558 

— Harry 764 

— Luke 557, 558 

— Martha OVheatland) [Mil] 558, 

844, 845 

— Martha Goodhue [IX] 845, 

1052 

— Mary Cassedana [VIII] 764 

— ilary Eddy [VIII] 556, 557, 

55S 

— Marv Wheatland [IX] . 844 

— R.achel Z. (Smith) [IX] . 844 

— Robert Eddy [VIII] 556,537, 

558, 558-559 

— Robert Wheatland [IX] 844, 

1052 

— Sarah Davis [IX] . . 844, 845 
Benedict, Miriam ... 791 



INDEX OF NA3rES. 



1095 



Bknjamin-, Abigiiil ( ) 

Bensktt, Amos . . 

— Florence Eva [IXj 

— Lucrctia (Buffiiin) 

— Maria L. ... 

— Martha [IX] . . 

— MaryE. (Biiffum)[Vni] 

— Wales Bigclow lYTlI] . 
Bensox, Hauuali P . . . 
Bexstox, Nancy .... 
Be.vtley, EUa [X] . . . 

— Hudson 

— Miranda (Bailey) . . . 



U 

7C.5 

1006 

705 

lOKJ 

899 

765, 

1000 

765 

903 

90S 

1030 

1030 

1030 



— ■William 71, 9S, 99, 205, 209, 

212, 212 u., 33 1 n., 335, 

333 n., 351 u., 512, 510, 5 IS, 

553 u- 

Besiox, Josiah Henry [IX] 971- 

972 

— Josiah Henry .... 972 

— Martha E. (Danforth) . 972 

— Mary E. (Abbott) [IX] . 971 

— Thomas H 1010 

— & Ray 795 

Berkt, George F. . . . 7S0 

— Isabella 1057 



— Mary A. (Speed) 




7S0 


— Mary Aim [IX] 




780 


Bertkam, Annie P. 




iOl 






401. 


— Clara M. . . . 




404 


— Clarissa (Mclutire 


)[VIII] 


404, 
552 



— John (VTI) 402-405, 547. 552, 

669, 836 

— John 405 

— JohnH 404 

— Joseph H. M. [IX] 835-836 

— Mary (rcrcli.ird) . . . 405 

— Mary Anne (Ropes) [VIT] 110, 

233, 391, 402, 404 

— ilary Jane 40 1 

— Susa'u H. (Silver) [IX] 400, 836 
Besbedge, see Eisbee. 
BtTircsE, Elizabetli Davidson 782 
BlCKETi, Sophia noliiics . . 755 
Biddle, Catherine L. (Ketlel!) 



[IX] 

— Chapman .... 

— Edw,ard[X] . . . 

— Edward 

— Frances Ann (Perkins) 



880 

941 
1010 

1010 
SSI 



Biddle, GoorKC [IX] . . 880 

— Goorije SSI 

— Jane J. (S.nrniiento) . . 1010 

— Lillian U. (Lcc) [X] . 1010 

— Thomas SM 

BiGtLovv, E. B 417 

— Ebcnczer 475 

— Jacob 427, S7S 

— Joseph H. [VII] ... 475 

— Katharine 724 

— Luciuda (Gale) [VII] . 475 

— Rebecca 487 

— S.ally (Wales) .... 475 

— Timothy 217 

BiGLEY, Jane 10S3 

BiGOD, Hugh le . . . . 2 

Blll, Annie M. (Bolman) . 1074 

— Caleb Rand 1074 

— Mary [X] 1074 

BixGUAii, Harriet .... 1007 
BixxEY, C. J. F. 332 n., 333 u., 

701 u. 
Brecu, Archibald Grey [VII] 486 

— G. A. & Co. .... 7G0 

— George Archibald [XIW] 766 

— Margaret [X] .... 1029 

— Mary [VIII] .... 766 

— Marv A. (Picrco) [VIII] 7G6 

— Polly (Pickering) [VII] 486, 700 

— Robert 1029 

— Sarah (Cook) [VIII] . . 766 

— Sarah (Martin) . . . 1029 
BiKCKHiAD, Ella . . . 846-847 
BiKDSALL, Sarah Jane . . 592 
BiSBEE, John 408 

— Lydia Laurelia [VII] 402, 406- 

407 

— Mercy (Rnggles) . . 406, 407 

— Thomas 407 u. 

Bisnor, Ira [IX] .... 800 

— J. Leaudcr 580 u. 

— Lucretia R. (Forinan) [IX] 800 

— iLiurice Williaiu ... SCO 

— Olive (Goit) .... 800 
BissELL, Harriet [VII] . . 480 
BrsBT, Eliza S. (Symond'=) [IX] 927 

— Henry Merrill [IX] . . 927 

— Nancy C. (Martin) . . 927 

— Samuel B 927 

Black, Gcorje N. ... 623 
Blackmer, Constance [.\.] . 1022 

— Elizabeth MV. (Alibott) [IX] 90, 

94, 790, 1021, 1022 



Blacemer, Eiuest [X] 791.1021- 
1022 

— Joel [IX] . . . 790-791 

— Miriam (Benedict) . . 791 

— Solomon 791 

Blackxey, Caroline F. . . 1002 
Blake, Ann B. (Cunningham) 783 

— Anne II. (P.lake) ... 725 

— /Vnnc Hull 725 

— Charles FoUen .... 958 

— Chauncey 1057 

— Edith Tul'ton [IX] . . 958 

— Francis Stanton . . 725 

— George Baty [VIII] . 645, 725 

— George Baty .... 725 

— George Washington [X] 1078 

— Gertrude Louisa . . . 931 

— Hannali 216 

— Harriet 645 

— John Quiucy .... 1078 

— Joiiatliau 286 n. 

— LLlla[X] 1057 

— Lucretia (Davis) . . . 1078 

— Mary A. (Kimpton) . . 1057 

— Mary L. (Iligginson) [IX] 783, 

1021 

— Mary L. (Perkins) [X] 1078 

— Mary T. H. (Ladd) . . 958 

— Robert Parkmau [X] . 1021 

— Samuel Parkmau [IX] 783, 1084 

— Samuel Parkmau . . . 7S3 

— Sara P. (LoweU) [VIII] 725 
Blakje Brothers & Co. . . 725 
Blakeley, Anna (Tanner) . 1001 

— Emma Adelaide [IX] . 1001 

— Isaac Clark 1001 

Blaxchard, a. V. & Co. . 868 

— Alonzo 869 

— Caroline Green [VIII] . 820 

— Caroline M. (Green) [VII] 329, 

538 

— Charles 756 

— Delia Peirco [IX] . . . 865 

— Eliza Cabot [VIII] 112, 122, 

672, 955, 956 

— Elizabeth (Ford) ... 329 

— Elizabeth (Gardner) [M] 249, 

427 

— Elizabeth Ome [VIII] . 532, 

537, 538 

— Flora E. [^^II] ... 756 

— Frances T. (Holland) [IX] 868, 

1001 



lOOG 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



Bl.ANCIIARD, FraMri>[VlI] U>2, 

i95, 2%, 408-409. HI. 427 

— FruiikSc,i,'cr [X] . . . 1061 

— FrankUn [IX] . 0^0, 868-869 

— FroJrrick 532 

— George AV 580 

— llcury [VII] . . . Ii2, 427 

— Jolm 809 

— John Brewer . . . S6S, 8f><J 

— Joshua 250 

— Laura Peircc [X] . . . 1061 

— Laura Soger . . . 5S0, SOO 

— Lucy[VTl] .... 427 

— Mareia (Peircc) [VIII] 57.5,576, 

577, 865 

— Maria (Crane) .... 750 

— .Miiric E. (Tes.ier) [X] . 1061 

— Mary Aun (Cal.ot) [VII] 295- 

296, 403, lii'J, 427, (>li 

— Mary J. (York) . . . 5:i2 

— Rebecca Chapuuui [VIII] 532 

— Samuel [VI] . . .249-250 

— Samuel 577, 5S0 

— Sarah S. (Blaiichard) 5S0, 809 

— Sarah Segcr . . .550, 809 

— Silence (Barton) ... 869 

— Stephea 577 

— Susau 893 

— Susanna (Tenney) . . 580 

— Thomas [VIII] 577-580, S66, 

869 

— Thomas 866 

— Thomas Hardy Peirce [IX] 865 

— AVilham [VII] .... 329 

— A\'illiam 329, 869 

Blisii, Abraham .... 52 
Blood, Charlotte Sullivan . 957 
Bloodgood, Helen . 1013, 1052 
Blow, Mary E. (Tiiom is)[X] 1083 

— William Nevins [X] . . 1083 
BoARKMAJ.", Mary .... 4ii 

— Sarah ...".... 687 
Boi.GK, George M. ... 30, 50 
BoGARDCS, Sarali Jay . . 740 
BoGERT, Charles Ludlow [X] 

1024 

— Henry Knecland . . . 102 1 

— Julia "t. (Hamillon) [X] 1024 

— Mary E. ( ) . . 1024 

BocGi'ST, Jolm .... 15 
Boiio.N'os, Dorcas .... 479 

Bui.LEs, Phebe 4S4 

BoLMAX, Annie Margaret 1074 



BoN.^PA.RTE, Joseph . . . 


574 


— Lucien 303, 304 


Bun 11, 


540 


— Ann S. (llammrtt) . . 


540 


— Charles Edward . . . 


540 


— Francis Henry .... 


540 


— George 


540 


— George Frederic [VIIT] . 


530 


— George Simmons . 


530 


— Henry 


15 n. 


— Henry Frederic [VIII] . 


539- 




540 


— Mary (Lougdon) . . . 


530 


— Pamela 0. (Euiersou) 




rviii] 


539 


— Priscilla (Dimau) [VIII] 


530 


Bo-NiUM, Anna T. (Peirce) 




[IX] 


874 


— Benjamin 


874 


— Maria (Cullain) . . 


874 


— ■^ViUiam [IX] .... 


874 


BONHOMME, .... 


304 


Boxx£R, George T. . . . 


957 


— Isabel (Sewell) . . . 


957 


— Maud [LX] 


957 


BooE, Marie Ann .... 


1003 


BooKWALTER, Urilla Catharine 




1035 


BooxE, Adeline [X] . . . 


1032 


— Epbraiin [IX] .... 


804 


— Jane (Brown) .... 


801 


— Margaret (MiUer) [IX] . 


804, 




1032 


— Thomas 


804 


Boom, ilartha Sophy . . 


998 


BoOTT, Elizabeth 0. (Lyman) 




[VIII] . . 691,091,972 


— Elizabeth O.L. [IX] 601 


972 




973 


— Fn-incis [VIII] . . 691, 973 


— Francis 


691 


— Mary 


711 


— Mary (Tuualey) . . . 


691 


— & Pratt 


244 


BoRL.^yo, John Nelson . . 


784 


— Julia [IX] 


784 


— M;-deIainc (fiib,<,n) . . 


7S4 


Bo-ssox, AH)crt Davis [X] . 


1070 


— AUVc.l Warren [X] . . 


1069 


— Alice L. (Campbell) [X] 


1071 


— Almena B. (Ellis) [IX] . 


892 


— Anna W. (S'cwart) [X] 


1068 


— Annie L. (Marshall) [XJ 


1068 



Bosso.N, Benjamin Palfray[IX] 892 

— Charles Palt'ray [X] . . 1066 

— Charles Proctor [IXj . 888- 

889, 1066, 1067 

— Edward Lander [X] . . 1070 

— Edward Pulfray [X] . . 1068 

— Elizabeth Hall [X] . . 1067 

— Elizabeth S (llobbs) [IX] 889 

— Emma Fielding [X] . . 1069 

— Fanny (Rouse) [X] . .1069 

— Florence K. {Y.\xA:^) [X] 1071 

— Frank Henry [X] . . . 1068 

— George Chapman [IX] . 891, 

1070, 1071 

— George Chapman [X] . 1071 

— George Frederick [X] . 1069 

— George Thompson [X] . 1067 

— Georgiana M. (Folsnm) 

[X] ... 1066-1067 

— Hannah Palfray [IX] . 509, 

890, 1070 

— Harry Palfray [X] . . 1071 

— James Winchell [X] . . 890, 

1009, 1070 

— Jennie (Hood) [IX] . . 891 

— Jennie Hood [X] . . . 1070 

— Jonathan Da\is [VIII] . 598- 

599, 8S9 

— Jonatlian Davis [IX] . 892 

— Jonathan Davis . . . 599 

— Julia fSkahan) [X] . . 1069 

— Laura J. (Josselyn) [X] 1067 

— Lvdia [IX] 888, 1065, 1000 

— Lydia (Palfrayl [VIII] . 598. 

" 598, SS8,"SS9, 890, 891,892 

— Maria E. (Lane) [IX] . 892 

— Martha (Young) ... 599 

— I^Iartha D. (Coatcs) [X] 1070 

— Martha EHzabeth [IX] . 890 

1068, 1009 

— Mary B. (Hawkes) [IX] 8S9. 

890 

— Mary Baxter [X] . . . 1067 

— Mary E. (Fisher) [X] . 1071 

— Mary Proctor [IX] 892, 1071 

— Nancy (Fielding) [IX] . 890 

— Rebecca Palfray [IX] . 891 

— Sarah I. (Thompson) [X] 1068 

— AVilliam [IX] 889, 1007, lOOS 

— William Bradley [X] 1067- 

1068 

-&Lane 1068 

Boston, Lydia 108 



IXDEX OF XAMES. 



1097 



RosnoiiTii, Al|>lii'u.s . S'A 

— Eunice (Brooks) . . . 854 

— IKKii Maria .... SJ4 
l!>irT, Durothj (Xcwli;»Il) . 35S 

— Frauccs 604, 007 

— James 358, 339 

— Joliii [VII] 350-359, i;i)i, liO? 

— Lvdia (ilcalicia) [VII] 358, 

593, 595 

— Lvdia HarJv [Vlil] 595, 8S:2, 

8S3, SS-1 

— Sally [VIII] . 593, SSI, SS-2 

— Su?an Brigirs .... 3oS 
r.OTTtsBCRY, Elizabeth . . lO^io 
BoTTS, Frances Ljdia [X] . 1051 
BOCDINOT, Julia .... lOOi 
BODQUKBEAU, . . . lOO.) 

Bourne, Edwanl E. . . . 243 n. 
BowDiTcu, Alfred [IX] . . 946 

— Charles P. [IX] 74, 102 n., 103 u., 

157, 158, 163, i205 p.., -'07 u., 

269, 654, S70, 944-945, lOSl, 

10S2 

— Charlotte [IX] .... 945 

— Clara Heufield [IX] S20, 374, 

855, 893-894 

— Cornelia (Rockwell) [IX] 945 

— Eheuozer 184 

— Eliza iQgersoU [LX] . . 946 

— Elizabeth 93 n. 

— Elizabeth B. (Francis) . 967 

— Elizabeth Francis [IX] 955, 967 

— Harriet (Mylud) . . . 893 

— Heury Pickering [IX] 201, 942- 

943, 944 

— IiigersoU [X] .... 1082 

— Jonathan IngersoU [VIII] 185, 

197, 651,^651-653, 944, 907 

— Joseph 93 n. 

— Lucy [IX] 945 

— Lucy 0. (Nichuls) [VIII] 270. 

651,912, 914,945,940 

— Lucy Rockwell [X] . . I'OOl 

— Mary 307 

— Mary (Ingersoll) . . 172, 053 

— Mary IngcrsuU . . . 6S0 

— Mary Pickman . . . 855 

— Nathaniel 95, 131,172, 221.259, 

333, 555, 043, 651, 652, 053, 
913 

— Nathaniel Ingersoll 25, 6SG, 967 

— Sarah 374 

— Selma (Knauth) [IX] . 944 



BowniTcu, Thomas . . 220, 893 

— William .... 54, 61, 72 
BowDiTcu descendants . . 91 
BowDOix, James . . 95 n., 674 
BowE.v, Mary Augusta . . 880 
Bower, Mahala .... 1032 
Bowers, Amanda Prudence 

[VIII] .... 664. 665 

— El.Mc (Gore) .... 1007 

— Emily (Ropes) [VIII] . 665 

— Jerome [IX] .... 1007 

— John 664, 005 

— John L 1007 

— John Wallace [VIII] 00 (•,665 

— Laura A. (Pickering) [IX] 1006 

— Nancy (Carter) . . 001,005 
Bowls, Elizabeth .... 505 
BOWM.A.X, Betsey [VIIJ . . 363 

— Ebiuezer 157 

— Mary L 157 

BowNv, Eliza Southgate . 212 

— Hannah 1061 

BoTCE, Catherine .... 173 
BoYDEX, AlmyraA. (Bardwell) 952 

— Ellen Maria [IX] ... 952 

— John 952 

BoTER, Mary 864 

BoTNio.v, Abel 219 n. 

— Rebecca .... 376, 597 
Brace, Anna Pierce . . 439, 721 
Bit.vcKiTT, Mary . . 255. 255 n. 
Bradisury, Alice (Williams) 905 

— Bion 905 

— Marcia Dow .... 905 

— Theophilus 253 

Brade.v, Adeline (Boone) [X] 1032 

— George A. [X] .... 1032 

— James ...... 1032 

— Sarah (Thompson) . . 1032 
BuADfORD, Thomas G. . . 956 
BKAUr,KE, Alice (Crownin- 

shield) [VIII] . . 727, 993 

— Elizabeth W. (ThoDi:i.>-) 

[IX] 993 

— Frederic Hall .... 727 

— Frederick Jo :.i;,h [IX] . 993 

— James Bcnvdoiu . . 727 

— Josiah [VIII] . . . 727, 727 

— Katliariuc May [VIII] 727. 727 

— Lucrelia (Waiuwright) . 727 

— Mary P. (May) . . . 727 
Bradley, Jeauuettc . . . 804 

— John 304 



Bradlev, Richards M. . . 976 
BnADsiiAW, I'olly .... 595 
BuAnAUK, Amanda A. (lleu- 

derson)[IX] . . . 1038 

— Lizzie Auiauda [X] . . 1038 
Brain ERD, George Belden 

[X] 1022 

— George W 1022 

— Helen E. W. (Abbott) [X] 1022 

— Mary A. (Belden) . . . 1022 
Braselane, Mary .... 903 
Brattle, Edward .... 55 

Brazer, John 227 

Biu.cK, Joseph & Co. . 8S8, 889 
BiiEED, Amos Franklin . . 1043 

— Eraucis 887 

— Joanna (Pcdrick) . . . 887 

— Maria Content [IX] . . 887 

— Mary A. (Liud.sey) . . 1013 
—-Mary B. (Harrington) [Xj 1043 

— Sylveslcr Bubicr [X] . 1043 
Brewer, Abby Jane . . . 703 

— Charles 586 

— Thomas 38, 50, 63 

Brickett, .... 545 

Bridges, Anna [VIII] . . 514 

— Eliza (Chadwiek) [VII] 312, 513 

— Eliza Chadwick [VIII] . 513 

— Elizabeth (Gardner) [VI] 185, 

185, 186, 310, 312, 514 

— Elizabeth Gardner [VII 1] 513, 

513 

— Fidelia [VII] 185,310,311, 

312, 512, 513 

— Fid. lia [VIII] 90, 91, 185, ISO, 

312 n., 513 n., 514, 514 u. 

— Gilbert Chadwick [VIII] 513, 

513 

— Henry Gardner [VII] 185, 312, 

312, 513. 5U 

— Henry Gardner [VITI] . 514 

— James [M] 186 

— John 5 n. 

— Mary A. (Montgomery) 

[VIII] ....". 515 

— Moody ISO 

— Naomi (Frye) .... 1S6 
Briik.fs family IS3, ISO, ISO n. 
HiancMAX, Thomas . . . 210 n. 
BRinr-s, Almira [IX] . . 835 

— Charles 835 

— Sallv 358 

Brigcs & Allya .... 883 



1098 



INDEX OF names;. 



Beicham, Charles Terrv . 1009 

— Mary E. (UiUoii) . . . lOO'J 

— Salonii- M. M. D. [X] . 1009 

— ■Willinm SU 

BaiSLEY, John 37-1 

— MaryrVlIj 374 

— Sarah (B'.wJitch) . . . 374 
BuocRETT, Ada B. (Dabuev) 

[X] 1034 

— Amrlia J. (Xoyes) . . 1031 

— Andrew Jacksou . . . 10''>4 

— Ernest LavtU [X] . . 1034 
Brossdon, S:iraii Curtia. . O^.i 
Broxsert, Gertrude Malvina 823 
Broxsox, Ameha .... 807 
BrookiiousE, Robert . . 370 
Brooks, Abby Morgan . . 1021 

— Abner 370 

— Anna E. C. (Gray) [IX] SC.3, 865 

— Asa 903 

— Asenath 533 

— B.F. ...... . 941 

— Benjamin 799 

— Charles Warren [IX] S55, 903- 

904 

— Charlotte Gray .... 908 

— Clara (Gardner) [VIIl] 434, 717 

— Eleanor [X] G91, 718, 96S, OS?. 

9S9, 1011, 1018-1019 

— Ellen (Slicphcrd) ... 71S 

— Ellen M. (llenficld) [IX] 903 

— Eunice S54 

— Gorham 718 

— Harriet (Jones) ... 799 

— John 353, 419 

— Mary B. (Ropes) ... 903 

— Mary E. (Gobrecht) . . 805 

— Matilda [IX] 799, 799-800, 

799 n. 

— Nathan Covinglon . . 865 

— Peter Chardon .... lOlS 

— Phillips 865 

— Sarah (Lawr.nce) . . 1018 

— Shepherd [VIII] 718, 72S, 90S, 

1010 

— WmLam Henry [IX] . . 865 

— & Ball 9C] 

— Ball & Story .... 1070 

Bbows, (Bartholomew) 758 

(Carroll) .... 1040 

— Abigails 107 1 

— Allee [IX] 972 

— Ann (P!iipi.eu) [VIII] 569, '^59 



Brooks, Anna (Sharpies'.) . 972 

— Annie V. (KettcU) [Villi 357, 

591, 592, 8S1 

— Antniiictlo [IX] . . . 904 

— Augii>ta Loucite [X] . 1075 

— Benjamin 108 n. 

— Caroline Maria . . . . 1014 

— Cecile 7S2 

— Charles F. W. [IX] 834-835, 

1047 

— D.aniel 004 

— Dcnnison W. [VITT] . 569 

— Denulson Wallace [IX] . 859 
-Eliza 810 

— Eliza K. (Soulhwick) [IX] 834. 

842 

— Elizabeth 885 

— Elizabeth (MiUet) [VIII] 550, 

S34 

— Elizabeth MiUet [X] . . 1047 

— Elizabeth Soiithwick [X] 1047 

— Emeline [VIII] ... 611 

— Emily 1). (Xurton) [X] 1047 

— Emma [IX] .... 849 

— Enoch 592 

— Fanny (ClitTord) ... 991 

— Frances Clifford [IX] . 991 

— Frances Ilo'ivard . . Sol, SS4 

— Francis II. 729 n., 747 u., 774 n., 

782 n., 945 n. 

— George William 457, 458, 45S n. 

— Hauiiali 254 

— Hannah ( ) ... 573 

— Hannah (Cole) ... 509 

— Helen M. [IX] ... 965 

— Ichabod 758 

— Jacob 550 

— Jane 804 

— Jennie L. (Crocker) [ 1 X] 881 

— John 536 

— John Henry [X] . . . 1046 

— John UoMslon .... 973 

— Jonathnu [X] .... 1040 
-Jonathan 1010 

— Lnella E. (Elliott) I IX] 835 

— Lydia 570 

— Margaret Savage . . . 8S3 

— Martha W. (Potter) [IX] 860 

— Mary (Tiokcriiig) . . . 550 

— Mary D;inforth . . . 040 

— Mary E. (Clemens) . . 90 1 

— Mary E. (0-good) [XJ . 1046 

— Maryl. [VIII] ... 758 



Browjt, Mchnda (Padelford) 592 

— Nancy 573 

— Nancy E. (Roberts) . . 1075 

— Nancy Phippcn [IX] . . 859 

— Nathaniel [VIII] . . . 550 

— Nathaniel [IX] 834, 1010,1017 

— Nathaniel .... 334, 550 

— Nathaniel Millet [X] . 204 n., 

1046 

— Pclatiah 573 

— Philip Henry .... 991 

— Priscilla C. (Ropes) [X] 1040 

— Samuel WaUtein [VIII] 592 

— Sarah 903 

— Sarah Ellen 885 

— Sus.an 841 

— Susanna 817 

— Thomas Lord .... 1075 

— Wallace 569 

— Wolstan Richmond [IX] 881 
Brow.ne, Albert G., Jr. . 534 

— Benjamin .... 40, 594 

— Benjamin Frederick [VIII] 

98 n., 509, 594-595 

— Cliarlotte E. [IX] . . 873 

— Elizabeth 38 

— Elizabeth (Andrew) . . 594 

— Elizabeth (Pickering) [III] 33, 

40, 54, 63, 340 

— Ellen [IX] 882 

— George 11 942 

— Hannah [III] . . 62-63,63 

— Hannah 63 

— Hannah (Bartholomew) . 64 

— Isabel 340 

— James [III] 37, 38, 63-64, 

340, 400, 509, 594, 830 

— James ... 62, 63, 64, 569 

— John 62, 63 

— John Murray .... 873 

— Joseph Vincent [VIII] 563- 

569, 594, 596 

— Lydia (Vincent) . . . 569 

— Jlarr 63 

— Mary P. (Hodges) [VIII] 568 

— Phmbe Anne .... 7 19 

— Sally (Bott)[VIII]593, SSI, SS2 

— Samuel .... 54, 03 

— Sarah [Mil] .... 597 

— Sarah [IX] 881 

— Sophia A. ( ) . . . 873 

— William . . . 63, 338, 338 n. 
Brcce, Almira .... 802 



IXDEX OF XA.lfES. 



1099 



Bri'NK. Anne Ileurictta . "St 
Biiis, IVtcr de . . . . 5 

— R.ibtrl de 2 

Bkvant, Elizabeth ... 699 

— GcorjiiiaG. (Lee) [VIII] 49^ 

— John [VIll] . 498-^99, 09'J 

— John i99 

— Julia riX] . 291, 773, 1009 

— Marv Auua (Lc<) [\ 111] 498. 

773 

— M iry C. (Smith) ... 499 

— & Sturofis 465, 49S, 499, 5S1 
Bra-iR, Martha S. . . . 105S 
Bllki-sgiiah, Charles . . 749 

— Helen 9S.5 

BicKLix, .... 329 

Bdckhisstee, Eliza rvir 299- 

300, 9S5, 

— Joseph . . . 15.5, 299, 300 

— Joseph S. . . 299, 300, 418 

— Sarah (Stevens) ... 300 
BCDD, Caroline (Kettell) [IX] 880, 

1063 

— Henry George [IX] . . 880 

— Henry George [X] 1063-1064 

— .Mar/L. (Davij) ... SSO 

— ■William AUibone ... 880 

— & Ellis 931 

Bt^FFiNGTON, Sarah . . . 224 
BctKUM, 166 

— Abigail (Sibley) [^^I1] . 563 

— Caudace 482 

— Helen Jane [VIII] . . 764 

— Jcdediah 278, 2S4 

— Joseph 483 

— Joseph EandaU [VII] 483-484 

— Joshua 563 

— Judith (AJdrich) . . . 483 

— Lucietia 765 

— ilary Elizabeth [VIIl] 765. 1006 

— OUve[VI] . . 30, 27S, 284 

— OUve (Gaskill) [VI^ . 278, 2S1 

— Olive (Gaskill) . ... 281 

— Olive B. (Pickering) [VII] 483. 

764, 765 

— Sarah 483 

Bfciit.E, J.inics M. 137 u., 215 n., 

218 n., 305 n.. 354n., 508 n., 

5*^7 u. 

BciFixcH, Thomas 241, 575, 576 

Bull. D. M 767 

— Lucretia [Vlll] ... 767 

— Safronia (Patric) . . . 767 



BlLLAiiD, Eliza (Storv) . . 700 

— Elizabeth L. (Eliot) [VI 11] l-2\, 

421 n., 42:2 n., 700, 979 

— Elsie M. (Prcscott) [IX] . 980 

— John 700 

— John Eliot [IX] . 979-980 

— Stephen Eliot [IX] . . 9S0 

— Stephen Hopkins [VIUj 700 

— 'William S 700 

— i- Loe 503 

— Lee & Co 700 

Blllis, Daniel [IX] . . . 1006 

— Laura A. (Pickering) [IX] 1006 

— Malinda (Leach) ". . . 1006 
Bcllock, Adah (Cass) . . 280 

— Alexander H 813 

— Ahcc (Flint) [II] . 23, 28, 33, 

33-38 

— Augustus George [IX] . 813 

— Chandler [X] . . . . 1038 

— Elizabeth 34 

— Elvira (Hazard) ... 813 

-Henry 33,34 

-^ Jeremiah 280 

— John 34 

— Martha 1016 

— Mary (Chandler) [IX] 813, 10:^S 

— Sarah [VI] 280 

— Susan 34 

Bun-ses, Robert Wilhelm . 702 
Bltidett. Joseph .... 609 

— Jlary (Honfield) [VIII] . 608 

— Michael 609 

— Onver[VIU] .... 609 

— Oliver 609 

— Polly (Dix) 609 

BcEGESS, Arcliibald . . . 689 

— Martha Dexter .... 1023 

— Thomas 593 

BcRGOYNE, John . . , 279, 479 
Burke, Edmund .... 13-1 

— John . 1, 4 n., 6 n , 12 n. 

— JohnB 12 n. 

BcRi.Eir.ii, Charles 412 n., 699 n. 

— William Cecil, Lord . . 6 
Birlt:v, Elizabeth . . . 516 

Burn, Kichard 5 n. 

BuRNtTT, Esther [IX] . . 986 

— Joseph 9S6 

— Josephine (Cutter) . . 9S6 
BuRxit.iM, .... 661 

— Ahner 663 

— Anna 850 



BunNiuM, Anna ( ) 663 

— Caroline 1055 

— Lucy M. (Swascv) [VIII] 663 

— Lyilia 860 

— ■VVilliani Eustis[VllI] . 663 
Huuxs, Edward .... 566 

— L..iii-eL (Devcreux)[IX] 996 

— Sally [VIIl] .... 566 

— Sally 627,028 

— Sally (Gale) .... 566 

— Silas 997 

— Silas Reese [IX] ... 997 

— Susannah (Coomlis) . . 997 
BuEXSlDE, Ambrose Everett 506, 

704, 729 
BuRK, Aaron 456 

— CKloo [IX] 806 

— Euuicc (Fuller) ... 807 

— Harriet Turner . . . 820 

— Linus 807 

Bdkrill, Alansou. . . . 1065 

— Alniira 600 

— Aliaira B. (Attwill) . , 1056 

— Charles F. [X] 610, 1056, 1065 

— Ebcnezer 48 

— Elizabeth (Mudge) . . 1065 

— Eliribcth (Ward) [VIIl] 610 

— Eunice 199 

— George 48 

— Georgiaua [X] 610, 1056, 1065 

— John 4S, 49, 58 

— Lois (Ivory) ... 48, 49 

— Lydia 49 

— Mary( ) .... 48 

— ilary C. (Palfray) [X] . 1065 

— ilercy (lugalls) ... 610 

— Micajah 610 

— Nathaniel [VIII] 610, 1056, 

1065 

— Richard Tugalls . . . 1056 

— Sarah [III] 20 n., 46-49, 71, 

89 n., 98, 99, 277 

— Sar.ih 98 

— Theophilus . 47, 48, 49, 89 u. 
Burroughs, Ann . . . 599 
BuRst.EY, Louisa Green . . 1017 
BusiiBY, Mary Alice [X] . 1075 

— Mary S. (Dodge) . . , 1075 

— William 1075 

nusnxKLT,, Rhoda . . . 823 
Bu.-^sv, Ann T. M. Magdalen 

[Vll] ...... 292 

— Ana Theresa [Vll] . . 292 



1100 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



Ik-TLKK, Ami [VIIl] , . 5081 

— Uciijamiii I'laiikim . . 77^ 
JiLTMA.N, 5.'.1 

— Abiirail C. (CUmch) [IX] 899. 

iu;(; 

— rrancis Clarkr [IX] 899-900 



— Lizzie Clark [X] . . 


. 1076 


— Kaiicy (Claiki) . . 


. 900 




. 900 


]!lttf.rick, Mary . . . 


. lOSl 


Dlttolpii, Anil ( ) ■ 


53 


David 


53 


• — Ilaiinali 


. 33, 51 


— John [III] 51, 52-54 


5 V-\. 540 


— Joliii . . 33, 51, 


52, 52 u. 


— Jlcipy 


53 



^ Niclinlas 52 

— Priscilla ( ) . 51, 52, 53 

— Samuel 52 n. 

— Sarab 53 

— Sarah (Fickeiiug) [111] il, 51, 

199 

— Thomas 52, 53 

— AVilliain 53 

BfTTiucK, Martha Anne . 770 
1?LTTS, Anne Atwood [VIII] 738 

— Eliza (Thurston) . . . 738 

— Isaac 738 

I?iENE, see Burns. 



CiiiOT, Andrew .... 20S 

— Ann (Clarkf) [VI] 233, tOS, 

409, 410 

— Cai-ulino B. (Whitnry) 

[VIII] ....". 676 

— Cn.roline S. (Chauuing) 

[VIIl] . . . .676-677 

— ChiUou[IX] .... 958 

— Deborah (IligL'iusoi!) [VI] 178. 

178-179, lb7, 234, 502 

— Edith T. (Blake) [IX] . 958 

— Eliza [VIIj 410 

— Elizabeth [VI] 178, 180, l-^?. 

234, lO'J, 50 ^. 07.') 

— Elizabeth .... 179, 4I0 

— Kiizahftb (Cabot) ... 170 

— Elizabeth (Clarke) 01 92. 

93, 9 1 

— Elizabeth (DwI-ht) . . 975 

— Elizabeth (lliir-insoii) 178. 170, 

187, 234 

— Elizabeth (Perkins) . . 504 



CvnoT, Elizabeth Perkin.? 

[VIIl J 178, 180, 187, 23 1, 
409, 504, 075 

— Kll.i (Lyman) [IX] . . 975 

— KmiiiaL. (Baker) [IX] . 956 

— Esther ISO 

— Esther O. (Paine) [VII] 313, 

318, 410 

— Pollen [nil] . . 676, 9.5^ 

— Pollen [IX] 958 

— Pninees 297 

— Prancis [VI] 112, 178, 179, ISO, 

1^7, 233, 234, luo, 504, 975 

— PiMiieis [VIIl] 193 n., 234 n., 

675, 951), 957. 95S 

— Francis 92, 94 

— Prancis Higgiuson [IX] . 956- 

957 

— Frederick [VII] 111, 112. 409, 

409, 675, 070 

— Frederick rickeriiig [IX] 958 

— Frederick Samuel [VIIl] 675, 

956 

— George . . 177, 178, 179, 208 

— Ilaunnh CDj^Se) • • • 297 

— James Elliot .... 975 

— John 209, 297 

— John Higginsou [VII] 112. 408 

— John nigginson [VIII] 23-3, 

234, 408, 409 u , 676 

— JobnTVin-slo«- [IX] . . 956 

— Jo., ph [Vt] 178, 179, ISO, 187, 

187, 234, 313, 400, 504. 975 

— Joseph [VII] . 313. 318, 515 

— Joseph. . 178,179,187,234 

— Joseph Sebastian [VIII] 07, 9 

187, 1S9, 515 

— IiOui5a(IIigginson)[VllI] 675 

676 

— Louisa Storrow [IX] . 957 

— Louise P. (Richardson) 

[IX] 958 

— Margaret 294 

— Marian ^^^II] .... 723 

— Marian [IX] .... 956 

— Marianne [VII] 178, 1^0, 187, 

234, 409, 504, 975 

— Marianne (Cabol) [VII] 17S. 

180, 187, 234,409, 50 1. 975 

— Martha L.(Sto.arns)[Vin] 516 

— Mary 170 

— MaryAun [VII] 295-296 408 

409, 427, 072 



Cabot, Mary H. (Lincoln) 

[VIII] 675 

— Maud (Bonner) [IX] . 957 

— Nancy (Clarke) [VI] 112. 233 
-Uet.ecea[VII] ... 313 

— Rebecca (Orue) [VI] 67, 96, 
186-187, 193, 313 

— Richard Clarke [IX] 178, 180, 
187, 234, 409, 504. 975-976 

— Sauiucl . . . 409, 420, 504 

— ilrs. Samuel .... 420 

— Sarah 179 

— Sarah (Barrett) ... 409 

— Stephen 178, 179 

— Susan Burley (Howes) 

[VllI]. . . 95,187,516 

— Susau Ch.anuing [IX] 957, 975 

— "WdUam Furness [VIII] 676 
C.vDWALLADER, Emma . . 1085 
Calahan, Catherine . . . 772 
Cu-DwrLL, Charles . . . 577 
Calef, 185 

— Horatio G. K 573 

Call, Mary Jacksou ... 927 
Callkxdek, . . . 217 

— Benjamin 349 

— Seeth (Necdham) [VII] 349, 

563, 564 
Callet, John . . . . . 59, 60 

— MaryB 829 

— Samuel S33 

Calow, Ann 830 

Cameron, Jane .... 511 
Campbell, Alice Lavinia [X] 1071 

— AnuaE 994 

— Caroline G 1058 

— Charles Abner .... 1071 

— Lavinia (Hutchinson) . 1071 
Can.vey, Elizabeth ... 81S 
Canxos, Garret S. . . . 875 

Cajson'icts, .... 356 

Casteebuky, Archishop of. 2 

Cafil & Co 514 

Capen, Eliza A. (Collins) . 1053 

— Gertrude A. (Procter) [X] 1053 

— Hcnrv Titcomb . . . 1053 

— Willi.am Bulkley [X] . . 1053 
Capkon, Judith .... 1>5 
CvBAGLiA, Mariana . . . 7s5 
PvRLTON, Mary .... ^63 
Carman, Mahalo Emmeliuc 703 
Cvrnes, 337 

— Elizabeth ( ) ... 627 



INDEX OF XAMES. 



1101 



CiKNEs, Mary (Kil'.uii) 

[VIU] 627 

— Mary (Killa.n) [VlllJ . Ols 

— M.iry C:ir(.liue[lX] . . 918 

— Mattlu-tt-MaU3liel.li.Vlll] 627 

— Thomas Gi7 

CvKow, Charles Kcrmit . . 1016 

— Edith Kerniit .... 1016 

— Gertrude (Tyler) . . . 1016 
Caupent£B, Buujauiiu[VII] 293- 

294 

— Deborah (Lee) [VII] 292, i9.3 

— Eupiuea [IX] .... 999 
29i 
912 
909 
753 
999 
753 
753 
294 

1077 

1077 

1077 

1077 

34 

705 

1010 

793 

793 

793 

793 

577 

720 

803 

764 

771 

793 

911 

804 

933 

664, 665 

932-933 



— George 

— llaunah S 

— James 

— Judith Frauces [Mil] 

— Louisa (Fuller) . . 

— Ralph 

— Sylvia (Cobb) . . . 

— William 

Carr, Hannah E. (PeaboJ 

— Husea Oscar [X] . 

— Hosea Wheeler 

— .Mariaana (Law) [X] 
Carrill, ilary . . 
Carrillo, ilanuela . 
Carroll, . . 

— Caroline M. (Abbott) [IX] 

— George Ryerson [IX] 

— Isaac 

— Loviua (Skeel) 

— Mary 

— Sophia Gough . . 
Carter, Agnes . . 

— Amelia .... 

— Catherine E. . . 

— Charlotte Butler . 

— Hannah .... 

— Kesiah .... 
_Mary( ) . . 

— Nancy .... 

— Robert [IX] . . 

— Robert 933 

— Sarah 102 

— Susan T. (Nichols) [IX] 931- 

932 

— William T 172 

Caklsi, Estelkl Phillipa . , 1005 
Case, .\u^istus Ludlow . . 740 
Casev, Silas .... 531, 871 

Cask, .Mary 351 

Cass, Adah 280 



C\S3, Jo-eph 282 

— Lewis 339 

— .Mary [VI] 282 

— .Muliy (Hews) .... 282 
CvsTli.K, Jacob .... 10.'!4 

— Laura [X] 1034 

— i\Iary (Stitle) .... 1034 
Catk, Frederick [IX] . . 923 

— Martha J. (Messer) . . 923 

— Mary T. (Ropes) [IX] . 923 

— Shadrack Mellen ... 923 

Catli.s-, C 157 

Cato, sec Howard, It^aac . 93 

Cattlev, Edward Abbs [I.\] 948 

— Edward II 948 

— Louisa H. (Ropes) [IXj 948 
Cauli-ield, Estella P. (Cani.-i) 1005 

— Frances Inez [IX] 1004-1005 

— John P 1005 

Center, George W. . . . 1077 

— Joseph Bcal [X] . . . 1077 

— Mary A. (Ward) [X] . 1077 

— Xaucy (Deal) . . . . 1077 

Cesar . " 69 

Ciiadwick, Eliza [VII] . 312, 513 

— Elizabeth (Kimball) . . 312 

— Gilbert 312 

Chaffee, Mary .... 844 

CuALiFocx, John B. . . . 1070 

— Orelie[X] 1070 

— Sarah (GossoUn) . . . 1070 
Cit.vLKER, Alnura(Heathman) S02 

— Edmund 802 

— Eunice Lusina [IX] . . 802 

ClIAMBERLAIX, BctseV (BoW- 

m.iu) [VII] . ". . . 363 

— Elizabeth S. (Gray) . . 8G2 

— James 862 

— Joseph 363 

— Mary Elizabeth [LX]. . 862 

— ifancy 664 

CiiAMBERiix, Elcazer Davis 966 

— Lcish Wcutworfh[[X] . 966 

— Margaret E. (Merrill) . 966 

— Rowena (Goddard) [IX] 966 

Chambers, .... 57 

CiiAMrNEV, Joseph ... 61 

CirANDLER,.\bbyAiin[VIII] 688 

— Charles Parsons . . . 399 

— Emily M. (Palfray) [X] 1065 

— EnsJOT 1065 

— Ksthcr (Parsons) . . . 399 

— Fanny [LX] 814 



CiiANDLKB, George [VIII] 189 n., 

192 u., 319 n., 320 u., 522- 

523, .->22n., 523 n., 813 n. 

— ILiMiiah (Stone) . . . 105 

— Hannah Anderson [VII] 399- 

400 

— John Lincoln [X] . . 1065 

— Jchn Wilkes .... 523 

— Josephine (Rose) [VIIIj 522, 
813, 814 

— Lydia 671 

— Mary [IX] . . . 813, 1033 

— Mary (Sfedman) ... 523 

— Pclc'g 399 

— Pele-W 399 

— Ralph 659, 872 

— Sarah 192 

— Thcophilus Parsons . . 399 

— & Shattuck 659 

— Shattuck & Thayer . . 946 
Chandler family 189 n., 192 n., 

522 n., 523, 523 u., 813 n. 
Cn.vNNELL, Abraham . . . 171 

— Elizabeth 168 

— Elizabeth (Cleaveland) . 171 
CilANNlNG, Caroline Slurijis 

[VIII] . . . .676-677 

— Ellen K. (Fuller) . . . 676 

— Susan Cleveland . . . 675 

— William Ellery 290, 390, 555, 

649, 676 
CiiAEiN, Annie [IX] ... 948 

— Sarah (Barton) ... 948 

— William C 948 

CnAPMAX, -\bigail (Rouiidy) 

[Vll] . . . 375-376, 597 

— Alice Boyntou [IX] . . 920 

— Allen A 983 

— Ann F. (Snow) [VIII] . 631, 

631 

— Anna [VII]. . . . 361. 605 

— Anna Ilcnileld [VII] . 377 

— Avis W. (Loekwood) . 925 

— Benjamin [VII] . . . 376 

— Benjamin 224 

— Caroline A. (Fuller) [IX] 860 

— Charlotte A. (Crosby) 

[Villi . • . ■" • 630 

— Elizabeth P.. (Glover) [VIIi; 630 

— Fnineis X'eedham 'IX] . 860 

— Frederic Riiodes [IX] . 925 

— George [VI] 221, 221,547, 570 

— George [VII] .... 362 



1102 



jyDEX OF y.lMES. 



Chapmas, George Roumly 

[VIII] . . 630-631,920 

— George T. C05 u., ODU u., 791 u., 

795 n., SrC n. 

— Gricc (Upton) [IXj . 925 

— Grace Alleu [IX] ... 983 

— HannaL [MI] 361, ,597, adS, 

599, COl 

— Uaunali (Dean) . . . '2il 

— Hardy Phippeu [IX] . . 861 

— Isaac 221 

— Isaac N 570 

— Isaac Needbam [VIII] 212, 221, 

224, 352, 547, 570 

— Isaac Needhain . . 212,517 

— Jessie S. (Dyer) [IX] . 920 

— John [VI] " 221. 224, 5i7, 570 

— John [VII] 374-375, 375, 37G, 

630 

— John Oliver [^'III] . 630, 919 

— Jonathan 6S t 

— Jonathan Henfield [VII] 376 

— Lizzie (Lake) [IX] . . 861 

— Lydia [VII] 360, 362, 376, 

606, 607, 631 

— Lydia (Henfield) [Xl] 221, 360, 

361, 362 

— Martha fVIT] . 361, 604, 6U5 

— Mary E. (Chase) . . . 9S3 

— Phebc (Perkins) [VII] . 376 

— Polly [VII] . . 362, COS 

— Rebecca 573 

— Rebecca (Symonds) . 547, 570 

— Rhodes Endlong . . . 925 

— Ruth (Henfield) [VI] 224, 374, 

376, 377 

— Sarah [VII] 361, 601, 602, 603, 

604 

— Sarah (RiilBngton) . . 224 

— Ursula Kuapp [VIII] 212, 221, 

224, 352. 547. 570 

— Ursula S.(Phippen)[Vin] 570. 

860, SOI 

— William Oliver [IX] . . 919 
Cii.vPPLE, Fanny D'insrnore . 10 tS 
Cbarsock, Elizabeth . . S9 

— Hannah (Ilolyoke) . . 89 n. 

— John 64, 89 

— Mary (King) .... 89 

— Misses SO 

CuASE, Alice Greenleaf [X] 1055 

— George W. . . .116, 395 n. 

— Henry S 1055 



CinsK, J. Eastman . . . 730 

— John 1061 

— Love 1 1 .'i 

— :Mary A. (Parrntt) [X] . 1064 

— Mary Elizal)eth . . . 9S3 

— Mehitable A. (Allen) . 1055 

— Salmon P 811 

— Samuel 146 

— Sarah (Lakcraan) . . . 1064 

— Sophia 10S2 

— Wesley Fillmore [X] . . 1064 

— 'William M 1003 

— & HiL'ginson .... 7S2 
Cll.vTilAM, Earl of . . . 435 
Cii.vuxcY, Cliarles ... 193 
CiiEKVEE, .\bigail (Foster) . 835 

— Benjamin 835 

— Ezekiel 230 

— Ira 891 

— Martha (SafTord) ... 891 

— Mary (Palmer) . . .38, 05 

— Xaucy Harding . . . 891 

— Pvuth 527 

— Samuel 05 

— Sarah [VI] 230 

— Sarah [VII] .... 349 

— Surah 303 

— Saruh E. (Perkins) [IX] 835 

— William [IX] .... 835 
Cheney, Nabby .... 496 

— Scth 201, 2!4, 2.:?, 330, 41S, 

425, 430, 433, 440, 445, 099, 

721 

CiiEVER, Sarah .... 615 

CiiiLP, Abigail .... 325 

— Elias 619 n. 

— Elizabeth Jacks^n . . . 619 

Cutt.n family 619 n. 

CiHLDE family 619 n. 

CuiLDS family 619 n. 

Ciiixx, Nina [X] .... 1003 
Ciiu-MAX, Elizabeth ooS, 429, 433, 

574 

— Joanna 33S 

— John 33S 

— Ward 33S 

CuisilOLM, Helen ^Margaret 

[X] ...... 1048 

— Isabella W.(L,awiencc) . 104S 

— Joseph [VIII] . . .569,596 

— Lydia A. (Ileiifield) [VIII] 596, 

SS6 

— Martha (Vincent) ... 590 



ClilsiinLM, Martha Hardy 

[IX] 359, 886 

— ^Villiam .... 596, 10 IS 
CiroATK, Eunice .... 309 

— Jfary 76 

— Jliriam Foster .... 1031 

— Rufus 443, 773 

CmusTi.vs, Frances Ella [IX] 954 

— Susan Davis .... 8S3 
Ciira.sTY, Phebe .... 1037 
CiiiivsT, Jacob .... 1031 
— ;john I. [X] .... 1031 

— Lydia (Regal) .... 1031 

— Mary J. (Housel) [X] . 1031 
CnuRcn, Abigail C. (Lovis) 

[Mil] . . 605, 638, 899 

— Abigail Chapman [IX] 899, 1076 

— Andrew- Smith [IX] . . 817 

— Catharine [IX] . . . 805 

— Hannah (Ropes) ... 605 

— James Crandon . . . 817 

— Lemuel 005 

— Louisa B. (Clarke) [IX] 817 

— Lucy (Ropes) [VIII] 605, 638 

— Martha 092 

— Nancy (Vanwye) . . . 805 

— Samuel [VIII] 605-606, 638 

— Seymour S05 

— Susan 0. (Kelso) ... 817 
CiiiTKCUlLL, Sarah (Curtis) S93 

— Sarah Elizabeth [IX] . 895 

— WUliam Elmer .... 895 
CissEL, David Thomas . . 1079 

— Martha L. (Lemon) [X] 1079 

— Samuel Cornelius [X] . 1079 

— Sarah S. (Young)" . . 1079 
Clafp, 633 

— Arma [X] 1062 

— Anna C. (Hilliavd) . . S74 

— EllaA.(Peirce)[IX] 874, 1062 

— Frederick [IX] . . . 874 

— Henry Wells .... 874 

— Mary 706 

Clark, Alice ( ) . . . 567 

— Almira 671 

— Alvan ■ 677 

— Amy J. (Milburn) [VIII] 770 

— Augeline [VI] . . 285-286 

— Renjamin 449 

— Benjamin Franklin [VII] 448- 

449 

— Benjamin Franklin [^'III] 733 

— Caleb 552 



INDEX OF XJJ/ES. 



1103 



Ci.aUK, Cliarles buninir 

[VIII] 770 

— Clarcy 1029 

_ Duuitl & D. J. ... 732 

— Eliziibtth 303 

— Elizabeth (T\'iggin) . . i49 

— i:iizabetli(Wiiii;aU-;[VII] 448. 

732, 733 

— Esther CU'hipple) . . . 2S6 

— IIaniiahM.(Sim.)mKi[Vn] 11, 

173, 174, 2S0, 495, 770, 771 

— Isaac 567 

— Jessie U. P. [IX] . . 994 

— John 5S 

— Johu Frankliii [IX] . . 995 

— JohullY SS3 

— John Wingate [VIII] 732, 994, 

995 

— KateL. (Hopkius)[IX] 1002- 

1003 

— Lucy A. (Dowst) [VIII] 629, 

919 

— Lucy il. (Clemeut) [IX] 995 

— Luther 669 

— Margaret B. (Savage) . S83 

— Martha Curtis [VIII] . 567 

— Martha E. S. (Fhilbrick) 

[VIII] 732 

— Mary 1067 

— Mary E. (Dowst) [VIII] 629 

— Mary Elizabeth [Vlir . 732 

— Mary Josepliiue [VII r . 771 

— Mary Miuot [A'lII] 669-670 

— Mehitable 4S7 

— Melaacthon W. S. [VII] 495 

— Polly 794 

— Rosamond [IX] . . . 883 

— Sarah [VIII] . . 551-552 

— Sarah ( ) .... .552 

— Sarah Caroline [VIII] . 732 

— Sarah L.(Unaorwooai[lX] 919 

— Seliua C (Minot) ... 669 

— Stephen 2S6 

— Walter Scott [IX] . . 919 

— William Bushnell . . . 1003 

— William Batman [VIII] . 629 
Clarke, Ann [VIJ 233, 403, 409, 

410 

— Anne (Dixon) .... 772 

— B. C 523 

— Charles Chauncy [VII] 111,192, 

323 

— Elizabeth [VI] . . .112, 234 



C'lakkk, Elizabeth 01, 02, 9:>, 91 

— Either (Oruc) [VI] 07, 90. 112, 

192-193, 193, 194, 233, 322, 
323 

— EsthcrOmc[VII] 102. 322, .-,27 

— Esther Oruc [IX] ... 814 

— Ilauuah (Appleton) 91, 92, 93 

— Harriet [VII] 112, 192, 310, 

323, 323 n., 527, 528 

— Heury 772 

— Johu [V] . . 84, 112, 233 

— .Tohu [VI] 112, 112 a., 192, 193. 

193-194, 194 u., 233, 211, 
25S 

— Johu [VIII] .... 772 

— John L. [VIII] 527, 814, 817 

— Josiah 112 

— Louisa Belcher [IX] . 817 

— Mary [H] 233 

— Mary (Wingate) ... 112 

— MiuuieH. (Battles) [VIII] 772 

— Misses 192 

— Xaiicy [VI] . . . 112, 233 

— Nancy 900 

— Richard 92 

— Sarah (Pickering) [V] 11,21,22, 

71, S4, 85," 111-112, 112, 
154 n., 233, 234, 499, 518 

-William 91 

Clakksox, Catherine Ruther- 
ford [VII] .... 346 

— Matthew 346 

— Sarah (Cornell) ... 346 
Clakeage, Hannah R. [VIII] 614 
CiAKr, Panuie (W.-ire) . . 1005 

— Louise M. (Pitkin) [IX] 1005 

— Lyman 1005 

— Orlando Ware [IX] . . 1005 
Clay, Plorence Adellah [IX] 907 

— John IleunoweU . . . 907 

— ilartha R. (Spencer) . 907 
Cleavlla.nd, Abigail . . 171 

— Abi-iil (Paine) ... 171 

— Ebcuezer . . 78, 170, 171 

— Elizabeth 171 

— Elizabeth ( ) ... 170 

— Eunice (Xeal) [V] . 78, 166 

— John [^T 78, 108, 169-171, 

171 n. 

— John .... 168, 170, 171 

— Josiah 171 

— :Mary ...... 170. 171 

— JIary (Dodge) . . . 170, 391 



C'[.i.A\n,ASD, Mary (Ncal) 

[VJ 167-168, lOS, 1G9, 171 

— NLh(.i:.iahl08,171,171ii„OS3n. 

— P.irkcr . . . ICS, 170, 171 
Ci.i 5IKNS, M.iry E. . . . 904 
Clemkxt, Edna .... 475 

— Elbert 995 

— Lucy .Murray [IX] . . 99S 

— Khnda S9G 

— Sarali (Tcriihcad) ... 995 
Clevelv>.u, Grover . . . 778 

— Jolm[V] 169 n. 

See Cleavclaud, John [V]. 

— Mary Hodges .... 401 

Clf.ves, 337 

Ci.iFKoiiii, Fauuy .... 991 
Cli.'-tun, Marie Theodora 

[IX] 1004 

— Pcbeceu J. (Moore) . . 1004 

— Theodore Ecclesou . . 1004 
Clink, Catherine (McGarry) 753 

— Cclia Catherine [VIII]" . 753 

— Johu 753 

— Susan 806 

Cloi'tman, Ellen (Browne) 

[IX] 882 

— Joseph 882 

— Joseph Percival [IX] 597, 881- 

882, SS2 
-LvdiaL. (Richardson) . 882 

— Mary 037 

— Sarah (Brown) [IX] . . 881 

— Sarah Browne [VIII] . 597 

— William Richardson [IX] S?2, 

882 
Coates, Durinda (Wright) . 1070 

— Martha D.[X] . . . 1070 

— Thomas 1070 

CoBi!, Elias 605 

— Sophia Jane 1046 

— Susau ( ) .... 605 

— Susau Tucker [VIII] . 605 

— Sylvia 753 

Coci'iiK.xE, W. R. . . .690n. 
CoDMAX, Catherine (Amory) 391 

— John . .391, 412 n., 574,600 

— MaryAnnc [VII] 391, 412, 660 

CoDMAS family 391 n. 

CoKfi.N-, EbcuS. [VIII]. . 616 

— Eleanor 674 

— Mary H. (Goodalr)[VlII] 616 
Cogswell, Abigail . . . 168 

— Abigail (Cleaveland) . . 171 



1104 



INDEX OF X.UrES. 



CoGSUELL, ILiunali Da\ 


. S52 


— Jouatiian .... 


SO, J'JO 


— JobCpIl .... 


lUS, 171 


— Lury 


80 


— Mary ((iauhcrt) . 


. 5 'JO 


— Rulli[Vlll] . . 


. 590 


— ■William .... 


so; sos 


COKEU, . . . 


114 


CoLBUHN, JcroiiiiuL . 


.4JI n. 


— Marv 


. 971 


— Warreu .... 


. 328 


CoLBT, Bel.scy (Wood) 


. 638 


— Simon IVilcius . . 


. C3- 


— Susan M.-iria [VIII] 


63&-639 


CoLCORD, Sinili B. . 


595 


Cole, Bcujamiu . . 


. 293 


— Haiiuah .... 


. 569 


— Henry .... 


. 360 


— Lureiia [VI] 158, 


262-263, 




262 n. 


— Nancy (0;iy) . . 


. 318 


— Sarah (U:ut) . . 


. 263 


— Sarah B. (.i'ulaud) [V 


11] 360 


— Thomas .... 


. 436 


— Zcbuldu .... 


. 263 


Col-EiiAX, Bortha [IX] 


. 996 


— Elizabeth (Bottenburs 


) . 1035 


— Emmogcne [X] 


. 1035 


— Florence (\'an Gilder^ 


. 996 


— Hiram .... 


. 1035 


— Lemuel .... 


. 797 


— Lyman 213 n., 307 i 


1., 417 n., 


418 n., 420 


n., 69S n. 


— Robert 


. 996 



CoLLiEii, TTilliam .... 371 
CoLLi.vs, Abraham . . . 753 

— Adoniram 61, 6. ' 

— Alfred I'xiker [VIII] . 752-753 

— Alfred David [IX] . . 998 

— Caroline 311 

— Eliza Ann 1053 

— Elizabeth S.(GiuIcy)[IX] 998 

— L.tperience (]5aker) . . 753 

— Hannah J 733 

— Harriet Diantlia [IX] 998 

— J(dm[VI] 204 

— Julia Con;. i;a[[X] . . 998 

— Mary [VII] . . .336,553 

— Mary 11. (Speed) [IX] 998-999 

— Mary M. (Wellington) 

[VIII] . . .~ . 752, P;t8 

— Sarah S08 

— Sarah N 541 



Collins. Sc^ >I, (Manstirld) 

[VI] . . . 101, 204, 336 

— Seeth Mau.licid . . . 630 

— William Joiner [IX] . . 998 
CoLMA.N, Anna Storcr [VII] 45 ^, 

459, 459 

— Benjamin .... 176, 2SS 

— Deborah (Oulton) ... 176 

— Henry ..... 458, 459 

— Judilh[VI] .... 176 

— Mary (Hams) .... 459 
Colt, .Vlieo C. (Ornc) [IX] . 982 

— Brnjaniiii I'lutelier . . 9S5 

— Eli/.ubc(li G. (Baeon) . 982 

— Hohn (Buckingham) . 9s5 

— Henry 982 

— Mary Laura [IX] . . . 985 

— William Fiaueis [IX] . . 982 
CoiiKR.us, John .... 616 

— Marcus [VIII] ... 616 

— Mary II. (Goodale)[VIlI] 616 

— Sarah (Belknap) ... 616 
CoiiERY, Sarah Ann . . . 607 
COMPTON, Elien [IX] . . 818 

— Jacob 818 

— Maiiui (Springbteiu) . 818 
CoxAST, Amelia Breck . . 876 
Co.NXKLi.NG, Lucrctia . . . 509 

COXSISAVTI 141 

CoxRAD, Daniel .... 1050 

— Eliza Sylua [X] . . . 1056 

— Mary A. (ILiTlry) . . 1050 
CossiNEr.v, Louise . . . 1049 
Cook, Abigail 278 

— Anna ( ) .... 362 

— Benjamin [VII] . . . 362 

— Eei jamiu 302 

— Caroline A. (Parkman) 

[^^III] 731 

— Catheruic P. (Ware) 

[Vlll] 606 

— Clarence 242 n. 

— D.niielF. [Vril] ... 731 

— Elizabeth Chcrer [VIII] 615 

— Eunice [VII] .... 476 

— Eunice (Maiui) . . . irr, 

— George Chapman [VIII] 606 

9l'i0 

— J. P 512,603 

— James Kennedy [VTI I] 606, '100 

— John 74, 75, I'.Ot 

— Jonallpui 278 

— Judith (Capron) . . . 485 



Cook, Kate W^are [IX] . . 900 

— Lydia (Chapman) [VI 1] 362, 

606, 607 

— Lydia Ann [VIII] . . 607 

— Lyilia Chapman [IX] . 900 

— Margaret (Van Patten) . 760 

— ilartha Jane [VII] . . 485 

— Mary Abigail [VIII] 607, 900, 

901 

— Melissa 1000 

— Nicholas 485 

— SalUe[VIII] .... 623 

— Sally 615 

— Samuel 613 

— Samuel Kennedy [VIII] . 606, 

900 

— Sarah [VIII] .... 766 

— Sarah (Chever) . . . 615 

— Sarah A. (Derby) [VIII] 506, 

606 

— Sarah Derby [IX] . . . 900 

— Whindsophcr (Waters) 

[VII] 606, 607 

— William 476 

— - Zebulon 766 

Cooke, Harriet R. (Waters) 166 n., 

167 n., 173 n., 223 n., 374 n. 

— Henry 34 

— Josiah Parsons .... 702 
CoOLiDGE, Algernon [VIII] 710, 

714, 98S 

— Algernon [IX] .... 984 

— Amy P. (Lotlnop) [IX] 984- 

985, 'J91 

— Ann 626 

— Ann (Sanderson) . . . 330 

— Archibald Gary [IX] . . 987 

— Charlotte Augu^t.i [\\Y] 330 

— Elliauora "W. (Randolph) 710, 

714 

— Harold Jefferson [IX] . 987 

— Hetty S. (.-\ppleton) . . 98S 

— John Gardner [IX] . . 987 

— Joseph 710, 714 

— Joseph Randolph [VIII] 710, 

714, 983 

— Joseph Raudolph [IX] . 987 

— Josiah 625 

— Julia (Gardner) [VIII] 714, 987 

— Alary (llastinc^) ... 625 

— Mary(Lowell)[VIIIJ 710, 984, 

"J85 

— Mary H. (Hill) [IX] . 987 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



1105 



CoOllDGE, Mary L. (Colt) 

[IX] 985 

— Saiuutl F o.'in 

— Sarah Gates [VIII] . 624-625, 

— Siduej[I.\^] .... 985 

— Tlioinas JelllTSOii [IX] G91, 71U, 

711.983, 9S0, lOlK lOlS 

— Thomas Jellcrsuu . . 712, 9S'5 
CouMBs, Susaiiuah ... 997 

Cooper, J.ane 7S8 

CoPLKV, John S. . . . 660, 705 
Copps, Caroline Amauda . 107S 
Cordis, Frances Temple [VII] 251, 

354-355 
-" Joseph 35 i 



— Rebecca (Rubsell) 


351 


— Mrs. Thomas (Cordis) 


351 


Cordis familv .... 


351 


CoRrv, Caroline [VIII] . 


769 


— Hiram 


769 


— Mary A. (P;iliiier) . 


769 


Cork, Sar.ah Anne . . 


51-2 


CoailERAls, Clara Sarah [IX 


913 


— Marcus [VIII] . . 


616 


— Mary Eliza [IX] . . 


913 


— MaryH.(Goodalc)[VlII 


] 616, 




913 


Corse, .... 2 


92, 51S 


CORSELIUS, Elias [LK] 


863 


— Elias 


S63 


— Lydia E. (Gray) [IX] 


863 


— Mary A. (Hooker) . 


S63 


Cornell, S irah . . . 


316 


— WiUiam M 


112 n. 


CoRxwALLTS, Lord . . 


671 


Corn WELL, John M. . . 


353 


CoRCiN", see Curucu. 




CoRwix, see Cur^vcn. 




CosGROTE, Elizabeth Ptiillips 




[IX] .... 86 


9-870 


— Joseph 


S70 


— Mary (Gr<.-cn) . . . 


S70 


CosTELLO, .\uua .Vrma [IX' 


922 


- Lena Goodvear . . 


922 


- P. C 


922 


CoTTRELL, Mary . . . 


lOlS 


Cousins, frank . . . 


71 


— Susan 


627 


COCICRE, . . . 


973 


CowpER, William . . . 


26S 


Cox, Benjamin .... 


67S 


— Clara S. (Dabn.y) ^X] 


1032 



Cox, Eliza 926 

— George 51 

— Joel [X] .... 1032, 1032 

— Juhn 10.52 

— Katie [X] . . . 1032, 1032 

— Mahala( Bower) . . . 1032 

— Mohitable Smith [VIIl] . 678 

— Sarah (Smith) .... 67S 

— Sarah Jane 899 

CoiNE, Burnett .... 1072 

— Burnett Wriirht [.X] . . 1072 

— Liilie C (Huntinu't.)i]) 

[.X] 1072 

— Mary A. (Wright) . . 1072 
Ckaet.s, Anna (Foster) . . 561 

— Bethia Foster [VIII] 563, 564 

— David 501 

— Deborah Preston ... 851 

— Sally 563 

C'r.\.5I, Benjamin .... 42 
Cra.vdall, George . . . 1001 

— Norman [IX] .... 1001 

— Ursnla (Hamnioud) [IX] 1001 
Crank, 217 

— Maria 756 

— Mary 859 

CuANHER, Thos 291 

Cransell, Fannie (Jackson) 999 

— Jane E. (RockefeUer) [IX] 999 

— Mnuroe [IX] .... 999 

— Winants 999 

Ckeajier, Anna [X] . . . 1073 

— Gerry 1073 

— Mary (Hall) .... 1073 
CUESSV, Charles .... 1019 

— E valine [X] .... 1049 
Ckoade, Judith .... 87 
Crocker, Frances C. (Thomas) 521 

— Frances Thonn^ [VIII] . 524 

— Jennie L. [IX] ... 881 

— William A 521 

Crockett, Abigail (HayJen) S50 

— Alice [IX] . . . ' . . 850 

— William 850 

CiiOMHiE, Benjamin . . . 176 

— Susan 852 

Cromwell, .\uii ( ) . 40, 11 

— .Vrgentine ( ) ... 12 

— Giles 42, 13 

— Hannah ( ) ... 42 

— Jane [II] .... 41-43 

— Jane ...... 39, 40 

— John 41, 12 



CiiOMWtLL, Margaret ( ) 41 

— Mary 65 

— Oliver 7 

— Phihp . . . 41,42,43.65 

— Thomas .... 41, 42, 43 

Crone, Susan 510 

CuusiUV, Charlotte Augusta 

[VIII] 630 

— Eli/.a A 854 

— Huldah Perkins ... 632 

— John 630 

— Seeth M. (Crosby) . . 630 

— William 64S 

— William & II. 1'. Nichols 64S 

— i- Ainsnortli .... 648 

— Nichols & Co. . . . 648, 649 

— Nichols, Lee & Co. . . 648 
Cross, Anna G. (Lamson) 

[^^II] .... 617, 914 

— Annie Goodnle [IX] . . 914 

— Bennjah [VIII] ... 617 

— Charles B 927 

— ilary (Restell) ... 927 

— Mary A 1059 

— Sarah Francis [IX] . . 927 
Crotiiers, Margaret Isabel 

[VII] 491, 491 

— Mary (Foreman) . . . 491 

— Robert 491 

— Rose Anna [VII] . . 491, 491 
CRor.sK, Hannah D. (Kcttell) 

[IXj 880 

— Jane k. (Young) ... 830 

— John SSO 

— John Seneca [I Xj . . . 880 
Ckovtelu Ellen Maria . . 1036 

— Jennie Watson [IX] . . 901 

— John S31 

— Joseph Warren [IX] . . 831 

— Lydia 564 

— Margaret ( ) ... 831 

— Nathan 1036 

— Robert 75 n., 76, 77 n., 7S n., 

79 n., 171 n., 311 n. 

— Sarah (Howes) ... 901 

— Sarah N. (Ropes) [IX] . 831 

— Watson 901 

CiiowL, John . . . . . 279 
CuowNiNSiiiELD, Alice [VIII] 727, 

993 

— Anna Caspar .... 977 

— Benjamin William [VI II] 141 n., 

725-726, 727, 093 



1106 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



Crowxinsiiield, liuiijaniiu 

Willnms 144 

— BowJoin BradJco [IX] . 993 

— C^par 1014 

— Elizabeth 407 

— Elizabeth C. [X] . 1014, 1017 

— Elizabeth C (Greoiip) . 1014 

— Frnucis Boardman [VII] 443- 

444,470,057,737,977, 1014, 
1017 

— George 7"2G 

— Jacob 146, 6SG 

— Katharine JI. (BniJlee) 

[Vm] .... 727, 727 

— Louisa [VIII] . 727-728, 994 

— Mary 470, 752 

— Mary (Boardman) . . 444 

— Sally (Gardner) . . . 6Sfj 

— Sally Gardner .... 6S6 

— Sarah G. (Putnam) [VII] 

442^43, 443, 725, 727 
Crozier, Aiiuie iM. [X] . . 1063 
CnLLAiN, Maria .... S74 
CnMMixGS, Ann .... 3G9 

— Charles [IX] .... 954 

— Charles 665 

— Cora Sophia .... lOSO 

— Eliza [VIII] .... 601 

— Frances E. (Christiau) 

[IX] 954 

— George Perkins (VIII) . 665 

— Hannah E. (Ropes) [VIII] 

665, 954 

— Jacob 257 n. 

— Jerusha (Little) . . . 665 

— & Lee 774 

CcsNiNGHAM, Aun Bovlston 7S3 

— Ann E. (Lane) [IX] . . 857, 

1057, 105S 

— Catherine H 10S4 



— Charles 

— Charles Edward [X] . 

— Cyrus 

— Fred Laue [X] . . . 

— James Adams [IX] J 

— Lucy Ann [VIIT] . . 

— ilarilla (GrilBn) [X] . 

— ilartha (Putnam) . . 

— Mary E. (Melleu) [X] 

— Nathaniel Fellows . . 

— Rebckah (Ware) . . 

— William 



C24 

1057 

624 

1058 

857- 

858 

624 

1058 

S.5S 

1058 

SJS 

624 

150 



Cupr, Catherino M, (Liglit) 1001 

— Ella 11. [IX] .... 1001 

— \Villiam 1001 

Cr KRiEii, Flora Roxcona [IX] 1006 

— Jane (Jenniugs) . . . 1006 

— John Sumner .... 1000 
CcuTis, Alice D. (Silsbee) 

[\'ni] .... 743, 996 

— Amelia (Higgins) [IX] . 802 

— Anna 802 

— Anna (Ledyard) . . . 510 

— Benjamin R 531 

— Corwin Smith [IX] . . 802 

— Elizabeth G. (Dabney) 

[^^II] . . . 510, 803 

— Emily M. (Hall) ... 741 

— Eunice L. (Clialker) [IX] 802 

— Frances ilixtor [IX] 996 

— Francis Gardner [IX] . 987 

— Franklin 775 

— HaU [VIII] . 5S5, 743-744 

— Helen R. (Gardner) 

[Vm] . . . 716, 9S7 

— Ida (Xealloy) [X] . . 1078 

— James Freeman [VIII] . 716 

— Joel 107S 

— John Dabney [IX] 802, 102S 

— Laura (Greenou;h) . . 716 

— MarshaU G. [X] " . . . 1078 

— Mary (miecler) ... 485 

— :Mary A. (Eager) [X] . 1028 

— :Mary Ann [IX] . 802, 1028 

— Mary Anuah [VII] . . 485 

— :Miranda J. (Adams) [IX] 802 

— Nathaniel 744 

— Philo EJmund [X] . . 1028 

— Ransley [VIII] ... 510 

— Sarah 895 

— Seth 485 

— Seth A 172 

— Sophia (Spofford) . . . 107S 

— Thomas Buckniiuster . . 716 

— Zenas 510 

— & Pcabody 775 

C'-TWEx, George .... 52 

— George R 316 n. 

— John 29 

— Samuel 198 u., 209 n., 238 n.. 

304 n., 338 u. 
Ct;.snrs-G, . . . 279, 109 

— Catherine S, P. (Oruc) 

[Vn] . 314, 315, 310, 516, 
517, 518 



Clsiiixg, Drborah (Fletcher) 315 
— Elizabeth 1064 



EUzabeth Orue [VUI 



[IX] 



— John P, 

— John T 

— John T. 

— Lucy ( ) 

— Lucy Noyes 

— Mary C. "(Carncs) [IX] 

— Priscilla . . 

— Sarah . . 

— Thomas [VII] . 315 

— Thomas .... 

— Thos. John Hancock 

— Wdliam .... 
CrsuixG family . . 
Crii.ER, Ahby Hale . 

— Abigail (Hale) . . 

— B. C 

— Jonathan . . . 

— Mary [VII] . . 

— Mary Ann . . . 

— Nahum S. . . . 

— Rebecca Ann . . 

— Timothy .... 

— William H. . . . 
Cutter, Josephine 

— W. E. & Co. . . 



516, 

807, 803 
586 
918 
91S 
918 
914 
918 
516 
940 
, 517, SOS 
315 
315 
116 
315 n. 
789 
789 
865 
364 n. 
364 
691 
364 n. 
1053 



237 
789 
9S6 
814 



Dabxet, Ada Belle [X] . 1034 

— Alice C. (.\rathew.s) [IX] 806 

— Catharine (Clmrch) [IX] 805 

— Charles [IX] .... 805 

— Charles ISO 

— Charles H. [X] . . . 1034 

— Chauncy [IX] . . 806, 103.5 

— Chloe (Burr) [IX] . . 806 

— Clara Sophia [X] . . . 1032 

— Delia [X] 1035 

— Ebeaezer [VIII] 511, S05, 

806, S07 

— Ebenezer[X] .... 1034 

— Eliza Jane [IX] . 807, 1033 

— Elizabeth (Gardner) [VI] 123, 

185, 185, 1S6, 305, 514 

— Elizabeth (Gardner) . . 186 

— EUzabeth Gardner [VIII] 

310,510. ^02 

— Emogenc [IX] . . . 807 

— £mmogene(Culcinau)[X] 1035 

— Eveline [IX] . . . 807, S07 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



1107 



DAsyiT, Eveline- [X] . . 1031 

— f niucis GarJuer [X] . . 1032 

— Frauk [X] 1035 

— Freeman OarJucr [IX] . 805, 

— Gardner [VIII] . . 511, 805 

— Gardner [IX] . . 806. lO:)-) 

— Jane CV\'hoal l.;v ) [ \' H 1 j SH 

— John [VIII] '. . . . 511 

— Joliu [IX] . . , 806, W:>i 

— Julia A. (Paikc) rX] . 1034 

— Kate (Sliivcly) [IX] . 806 

— Kate (Vanwyc) [Vlll] . 511 

— Katie [X] 1032 

— Katie (Con) [X] 1032, 10:i:i 

— Laura (Castile) [X] . . 1034 

— Laura Jane [IX] 805, IQol, 

1033 

— Lorinda (De Camp) [IX] 806 

— Martha (Kincaid) [VIII] 511 

— Mary [VIII] . 510, SOS, SOI 

— Mary [IX] . . . 805, 1033 

— Mary (Keifer) [VII] 309, 310, 

510 

— Mary (Owry) [IX] . . 805 

— Mary Ellen [X] . . . 1034 

— Mary Loretta [X] . . . 1035 

— Minnie (Thompson) [X] 1035 

— Nathaniel [VI] . . 185-186 

— Nathaniel Gardner [VII] ISJ, 

308-310,310, 510, 511 

— Robert [IX] .... 806 

— Sophia fVIII] 510, 804, S05 

— Susannah M. (Riuear) 

[IX] 806 

-"Wniiani [IX] . . 806, 1034 



— "William [X] . . 

— & Borden . . . 
Dacee, William, Lord 
Daix, Hannah (Proctor) 

— John 

— Martha Jane [VIII] , 
DaKI.v, Mary Rea [IX] . 

— Sarah A. (Dodge) 

— Timothy Huntins . , 
Dalaxd, Benjamin . . 

— Caroline [VIII] . 

— Mary 

— Mary A. ( ) . , 

— Tucker .... 
Ualrtupi.e, Anastasia (Bar 

ker)[X] . . . 

— Ann Flint [XI . . 



1034 

S05 
2 
615 
615 
615 
856 
856 
856 
623 
623 
598 
623 



1048 
1048 



Dai.iivmi'I.k, Anna S. fMouI- 

toii) [.\] 1048 

— Edward (TrumhuK) [X] 1048 

— Evalinc (Crcss.v) '\] 1049 

— Francis Tukcy [X] . . 1049 

— George Henry [X] . . 1048 

— Helen M. (Chisliolm) [X] 1048 

— James [IX] 838, lUiS, 10 19 

— James 553 

— John [VIII] .... 553 

— John James [X] . . . 1048 

— Kate [IX] 838 

— Kate [X] 1049 

— Mary '(Flint) [IX] 838-839 

— }.Iary E. (Evaii.s) [X] . 1048 

— Rebecca (Gardner) [VIII] 

553, 83S. 

— Rebecca Gardner [X] . 1047 

— Sarah M. (Swascy) [X] 1049 

— Sarah S. (Duraut) [IX] . 838 

— Simon Oscar [IX] 838, 10 17, 

104S 

— Simon Oscar [X] . . . 1048 

— WUliam Henry [X] . . 1049 
Daltox, Eliza J. (Trask) . 1014 

— Ellen U. (Smith) [X] . 1044 

— Harry Franklin [X] . . 1044 

— Joseph Frank .... 1014 
Dam, Benjamin Franklin 

[IX] 890 

— Charles Edward [X] . . 1068 

— lone Elizabeth [X] . . 1068 

— Joseph S90 

— Lydia Bosson [X] . . 1069 

— M"artha E. (Bosson) [IX] 890, 

IOCS, 1069 

— Martha Washington [X] 1069 

— Sarah (Feuloiig) . . . S90 
Damox, Abigail E. (Holmes) 

[VIII] 536 

— Chnrles Pickering [VIII] 537 

— David [VII] .... 327 

— Delia Aucj.ista [VII] 536. 536 

— Edward Adams [VIII] 532, 

536 538, Sin. S-20 

— Edward Orne [IX] . . 819 

— Eiizabt t!i 0. (Blanchnrd) 

[M;II] . . . 537, 538 

— Emma Rnth .... 1077 

— Florence P. (Simpson) [IX] 

819-820 

— Frances Hrnrictta [IX] . 820 

— Hepsibab (FUnt) ... 327 



Damo.s-, Joshua .... .327 

— Lois O. (Adams) [VII] 327, 

536, 537 

— Lucilla Omc [Mil] 67, 200, 

327, 327 n. 

— Rose (Ewald) [VIII] . 537 
Dana, Ann (Coolidgo) . . 626 

— Ellen CooUdge [VIII] 625, 626 

— John Bridge .... 626 

— Lucretia 679 

— Richard H 694 

Dane, 318 

— Francis, & Co 827 

Danfoutit, ... 89 

— Martha Ellen .... 972 
Daniels, Asa 565 

— David 571 

— Ennice Louisa [VIII] . 571 

— Nabliy ( ) . . . 565 

— Prisci'ila[VIII] ... 565 
Darlixg, Abbic (Loud) . . 861 

— Cloe 472 

— Elijah Smith .... 861 

— George 32 

— James 45 

— ilary Louise [IX] . . 861 
Dasiiiell, Sarah Ellen . . 370 

— David 390 

Davies, 790 

— Benjamin lOOS 

— Hester A. (Morgan) . . 10O8 

— Lillian N. (Dweu) [IX] 1008 

— Lorin Abbott [IX] . . 1008 
Davis, 953 

— Abby Eugenia [VIII] . 770 

— Amasa B 1000 

— Ann (Morris) .... 1029 

— Aima CM 936 

— Asahel 495 

— Augustus Brccsc . . . 741 

— Caleb [VII] .... 495 

— Caroline B. (Harrington) 

[X] 1043 

— Cnroline Cordelia . . . 1000 

— Catherine 496 

— Charlotte (Proal) ... 741 

— Christina 105S 

— Debonh (Mason) . • 495 

— Edgar C. [X] . . • ■ 1065 

— Ednah A. (Palfray) [X] 1065 

— Elizabeth [IX] ... 953 

— Elizabeth J. A. ... 99^ 

— Elizabeth Susau ... 903 



1108 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



Davis, Ella Doborah [VIII] 770 

— Eunice (Gale) [VII] . . 475 

— Evau E lOJ'J 

— Frank Ararisa[ IX] . .1000 

— Gertrude 11'2 

— Uoiinah 553 

— Haiuiab (Moore) . . . 9J3 

— Harriet (Siinond?) [VII] 495. 

771) 

— Hazcu L. [VII] ... 475 

— Jefferson 755 

— Jolrn 672 

— John Brazer .... 458 

— John Morris [Xj . . . 1029 

— Joseph 1013 

— JuUaA. ( ) . . . 1000 

— Julia A. (Gale) . . . 1005 

— Julia Francette [X] . . 1063 

— Lizzie J. (Morse) [IX] . 1000 

— Lucretia 107S 

— Lydia (Palmer) . . .33, 61 

— Lydia C. ( ) . . . 1043 

— Maria 1007 

— Martha 319 

— Mary 1067 

— Mary Ann Moore . . . 87S 

— Mary B, (Everett) [X] 1029 

— Mary Laws 8S0 

— Moses Osgood .... 1065 

— Nancy 854 

— Robert M 709 

— Samuel 268 

— Sarah (B.itcheller) . . 1065 

— Sophie Augusta [VIII] . 741 

— Tobias 61 

— Wilbur H. [X] ... 1043 

— William Hemy . . . 1005 
Davison, Charlotte (Temper- 
ton) 766 

— John 766 

— Jolui Clowes [VIII] . . 766 

— Mary (Birch) [VIII] . 766 
DiWBKii, Jeanne (.Vudersou) 1045 

— John 10t3 

— Mary Frances [.X.] . 1045 
Di-WES, Ann [VI] 216-217 

— Ilamiah (Blake) . . . 216 

— Thomas 213,216,217,353,354 

— WilUam 210 n. 

Day, Abi-ail 132 

— .\Jice Webster [X] . .1045 

— Amos P 829 

— Edward Amos [IX] . . 829 



Day, Eliza T. (Gilbert) [X J 1045 

— George [X] .... 1045 

— Margaret \V. (Millett) 

[IX] .... 829, 1045 

829 

S29 

26 

27 

22 

26, 27 

197 

954 

954 
954 

351 
221 
797 
351 
28 4 

351 

351 

401 

3S4 u. 

1050 
814 
800 
806 

806 
716 
7G0 
157 
623 
554 
554 
554 
233 



— Mary I 

— Mary L (Day) 
Deacon, -Mice ( ) 

— Aim ( ) . . 

— Elizabeth ( ) . 

— John 22, 

De.\.dmam, Ilanuah 
Deal, Coruelia A. (Fitch) 

— Eleanor Husk [IX] . 

— John Arcliibaid . . 
Dea.v, George [VllJ 

— Hannah 

— Mary 

— Mary (Cash) . . . 

— Paul 

— Sarah (Phippen) [VII] 

— Thomas 

— &Co 

Deane, Samuel . . 383 
De Bismont, Baron . . 
Deblois, Margaretta Mary 
De Camp, Harvey . . 

— Ispbelle (irusgrove) . 

— Loriuda [IX] . . . 
De CoNiscK, Jane L. . 
Deforest, Sarah Emily . 
De Kalb, John, Baron . 
Deean'D, Eliza .... 
Delaxo, Joseph . . . 

— Mary Jackson [VIII] 

— Sarah (Reed) . . . 
Deleoxde, Sarah . . 



De LoxjECiL, Aurore Trudeau S6S 
DEiltXG, . . . 

— Sarah .... 
Dlxio, S'lphia . . 
Den'ne.v, Mary E. 
Dknxexd, Alvir.i [^TI] 

— Maria [VH] • • 
Den'SETT, Charles . . 
Dknnis, . . . 

— Elizabeth Braditrcct . 
De Petstek, A>ii'ii->ta McE 

(Morri.-) [IX] . . 846-847 

— Frances G. (Abhtou) 

[VIII] . . . 560, MO 

— Frederic ... . 500,501 

— Frederic James [IX] 501,046 

— Helen L. (Hake) , . . 501 




Dr: Peysti:ii, James Fergu- 
son [VIII] . . 560-561 
De Pevsteii family . . . 846 
Derby, 223 

— Anne 223 

— Bcthia (Watts) . . . 596 

— Caroline Augusta [IX] . 885 

— Carrie E- (Small) [IX] . 886 

— Eleanor (ColFui) . . . 674 

— Ehas Ilaskct .... 3S9 

— George Franklin [IX] . 885 

— Hannah 220 

— Harriet Turner [IX] . . 886 

— Henry [VIII] . . . 596, 607 

— John 607, 674 

— Joseph Warren [IX] . . 806 

— Margaret B. (Fitz) [IX] 885 

— Martha ISO 

— Mary (Uaraden) [VIII] 359, 

596, 883, 886 

— Mary Jane 701 

-Richard 333 

— Samuel 596 

— Sarah Atkinson [VIII] 590, 606 

— Susan (Atkiuson) . . 007 

— William Haradeu [IX] . 886 
Devens, Charles .... 660 

— Lyman & Co, . . . . 974 
Deveeecx, Adella H. (Sea- 
man) [VIII] ... 750 

— Arthur Forrester [VIII] 747- 

749, 749, 749 n., 934, 996 

— Bertha (Colciuan) [IX] 996 

— Bertha Bohun [IX] . . 996 

— BurrUl 277 

— Charles Upham [VIII] . 749 

— Charlotte S. (Forrester) 

[VII] . 424, 468-469, S73 

— Charlotte S. F. [VIU] . 750 

— Eliza Dodge [VI] 166, 275- 

276, 270, 468, 469, 752 

— Elizabeth (Gcrr.y). . . 277 

— Francis BoLun [VIII] . 750 

— George Forrester [VIII] 746 

— George Humphrey [VII] 468, 

46S, 746^ 747, 749, 750 

— Humphrey [VI] 276-277, 291 

— Humphrey [IX] . . 996 

— Jane D. (Ensign) [VIII] 749 

— John Forrester [VIII] . 747 

— Louise Latham [IX] . 996 

— Marimiuc Cabot [VII] 121 n., 

130, 163, 163 n., 16 1-, 275, 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



1109 



342 n., JjS II., 469, 470, 
677 n., 750, 751, 752 
De\t:reux, Mary .v. (Nicce- 

waiiger) [VIII] . . 746 

— Mary J. (Xortou) [VIU] 747 
De Villaus, Marquis . . IOjO 
Dewet, 749 

— Caroliue F. (Blrickncy) lOOi 

— Catherine (Kiiicaid) 93:!, 954 

— Lucy M. (Hopes) [1\] . 953 

— Lumau R. [IX] . . . 1002 

— Mary A. D. (Ropes) [IX] 954 

— Minnie (Ruaials) [IX] 1002 

— Ralph 1002 

— Richard 953, 954 

— Thomas [IX] . . . 953, 934 

— William [IX] . . 953, 954 
Dewixg, Aliiiira (Svlvestcr) IOCS 

— Beujamiu Hill .... 10G8 

— Ebenezcr [X] . . . . 1068 

— louc E. (Dam) [X] . . 1068 
De '\\'itt, Silcucc Sophrouia i'll 
De.-cter, Henry .... 261 

— Mehitahle 343 

— Samuel 297 

Dickinson-, Francis, Jr. . . 4S6 

— Tirzah (Fuller) [VII] . 486 
DicRMAS, John D. . . . 315 
Dickson, Lucy .... 601 
DiEFENDORF, Amelia . . . 920 

Diez, 973 

DiKEMAN, Cyiitliia (Osborne) 530 

— Delia A. (Damon) [VUI] 536, 

536 

— Henry [VIII] .... 536 

— Nathan ... . . 536 
DiiLET, Ann (Eckcuroad) . 1035 

— Delia (Dabncy) [X] . . 1035 

— Julia [X] 1031 

— Lydia (Patten) . . . 1031 

— Samuel 1031 

— Thompson 1035 

— William [X] .... 1035 
Dillon, Mary Emma . . iDdO 
DiMAN, David Robinson [VII] 324. 

531 

— Esther (Merrill) [Vl] 195-196 

— Eunice [VI] 99,196, 190, 197 n. 

— Eumcc[VII] .... 324 

— Hanmh [VUI] . . . 529 

— Hannah (Finn, v) ... 100 

— James [V] 98-100, 195, 190. 

200, 325 



DiMAN, James [VI] 09-l(i0, 195. 
195, 323, ;524 

— James [VII] 324 

— James Hervcy [VIII] . 531 

— Lois [VI] 99, lOn, 195, 190- 

199, 200, 32 

— Lois [VII] 324 

— Lydia [Vll] .... 324 

— Maria Stuart [VIII] 529, S 17, 

SIS 

— Mary [VI] 99, 100, 195, 199, 

200 

— .Mary [VII] . . . 324, 530 

— Mary (Orne) [V] 70, 98, 195. 

19G, 19S, 200 

— Mary Adaline [VIII] . 195. 

195 n., 531 

— -Mercy W. (Kenniston) 

[VII] 323-324 

— Nancy (Piper) [VII] . 324 

— rriscilla [VII] 99, 324-325 

— Priscilla [VIII] . . . 530 

— Samuel [VII] 323. 529, 530 

— Sarah E.(Siucl:ai)[ VIII] 531 

— Thomas 100 

— Timothy [VI] . 99-100, 200 
DniON, .-Vmelia (Ropes) 

[VIII] . . 633-634, 921 

— Anna (Marston) . . . 634 

— Benjamin Ropes [IX] . 921, 

10?0 

— Charles Augustus 11. [IX] 921- 

922 

— David 634 

— Elizabeth S. (Haudv) 

[IX] .....'. 921 

— Frances Amelia [IX] 921, lOiO 

— James [VIII] .... 634 

— Sturgcs Beers [X] . . 1080 
DiNSMOOB, Catherine P. (Ab- 
bott) [^711] . . 688, CS9 

— Mary B. (Reid) . . . 091 

— Sanmcl [VIU] 690-691 

— S.imucl 691 

— Samuel Jarvis .... 690 

— William Jarvis .... 690 
Dix, Daniel 854 

— Eliza A. (Crosby) . . 854 

— Polly ....... 009 

— Sarah Addie [IX] . . . 854 

Dixon, .Vnnc 772 

DixWELL, Epes Sarjent 722, 9 1-2 

944, 946, 970, 977, 97S 



DoANK, Amanda Melvina 
Doun, Sally . '. . . . 
Dodge, Abig.ail . . . 
— Alice [X] . . . . 



9H 

601 

686 

1076 



— Anna 466, 467 

— Anna S. (Colmau) [VII] 45S, 

459, 459 

— Aucrustiis 824 

— Caleb [VI] 272 

— Caleb 100 

— Carrie Appleton [.X] . . 1022 

— Catherine [VI] 100, 274, 274, 

463, 464, 407 

— Catheriuo Elizabeth [VII] 273, 

400, 462 

— Charles Henry [VIII] 459, 741 

— Edward Pickering [VIII] 459, 

742 

— Eliza [VI] 100, 275-276, 270, 

46S, 409, 752 

— Eliza W. (Gilmau) [VII] 458, 

459-460, 685 

— Elizabeth (Crnwiiinsliicld) 407 

— EUcn Barry [VIII] 459, 741 

— Eunice [VIII] 530, SIS, s)9 

— Frank Pickering [VIII] 742 

— George Storcr [VIII] . 459 

— Georgiana Storer [VIII] 458, 

459, 742, 995 

— Hannah 297 

— Hannah ( ) . . . 166 

— Hannah (Raynient) 166, S27 

— Harriet E. (McEwen) 

[VIII] 742 

— Harriet F. (Hadlcy) 

[VIII] 531 

— Henry [VI] .... 272 

— lsraci[V] 84,119,123,134, 

156, 156 u., 165-166, 459, 
463 
272 
530 
794, 
1022 

— Joanna 166 

Joseph 1076 

.Toshua 106, 407 

Lucia [y\'\ 272 

Lneia (Plcki-ring) [V] 84, S5, 

163-165. 100, 272, 273, 274, 

275, 459, 403, 409, 752 

Lucy Pickeriug [VII] . 460, 

461, 743 



Israel [VI] . . . . 
— James Diman [VIII] 
Jauc G. (Abbott) [IXJ 



1110 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



Dodge, Martha Aim [IX] . 824 

— Martha L. (Kuowhoa) . 82i 

— Mary 170, 391 

— Mary (Dimaii) [VII] 324, 5:;0 

— Mary Jane 1015 

— Mary JeQks[VII] 460, 103 

— Mary S 1075 

— Nathaniel 794 

— Nathaniel Hubbard . . 324 

— Parker 170 

— Pickering [VI] 157. ICG, -2(14, 

273, 273, 434, 45S, 459, 400, 
4C1, 102, 549, 559 

— Pickering [VII] 458-459, 459, 

741, 742 

— Pickering [^^1I] ... 742 

— Pickering & Co. ... 272 

— PoUy (Clark) .... 794 

— Riichel (LowcU) ... 91S 

— Rebecca (Jeuks) [\'I] 273-274, 

459, 462 

— Rebecca Anne {SU] 157, 1G5, 

166, 462-463, 403, 743 

— Rebecca Gilmim [VIII] . 742 

— Sarah [VIII] .... 530 

— Sarah 324 

— Sarah Ann 856 

— Stephen [VII] .... 324 

— Sylviaa ( ) .... 1076 

— William 918 

— William Appleton [IX] . 794 

— Winifred [IX] .... 918 
Dole, Arabella (Peine) . . 1060 

— George 1060 

— Harry Joseph [X] . . 1060 

— Loula J. (reirce) [X] . 1060 
Donald, Edgar Alonzo [X] 1076 

— Edivard James .... 1076 

— Mabel A. (HeuCclJ) [X] 1076 

— Rozilla (Dow) .... 1076 
DoxALDsox, Agnes . . . 1062 

— Caroline [VIII] . . 738, 995 

— Caroline (Dursiy) . . 45S 

— Ellen (Shoemaker) [VIII] 740- 

741 

— Ethel [VIII] .... 741 

— Frederick Bnine [VII I] 741 

— John Johnston [VUl] . 740 

— John Johnston .... 455 

— Mary E. P. (Dorsry) 

[VII] 111 n., 121, 127, 156 n., 

162, 270, 271 n., 456. 73S, 

740, 741 



UoN\Li)>()N, Sophie A. 

(Davi..) [VIII] . . 741 

— Thomas [Vll] 271,456-458, 

458 n. 

DooLiTTLE, Caroline E. [VII] 482, 

491 

— Hannah (Barber) . . 4S2, 491 

— Hannah Eliza [VII] 482, 491 

— Origoii 4S2, 401 

Dorai, Charles Hazcii [IX] . 841 

— George Bucknam [X] . 1051 

— John 107 

— Mary G. (Ward) [IX] . 840- 

841, 1051 

— Samuel 841 

— Susan (BrowTi) . . . 841 
Dorset, Caleb 871 

— CaroUuc 458 

— Edward 271 

— Elizabeth 271 

— Elizabeth (Dorscy) . . 271 

— Elizabeth (Pickcrinj) [VI] 103, 

241, 207, 269-270, 270, 274, 
456, 476, 477, 47S 

— Hammond [VI] 156, 270, 270- 

271, 458 

— Mary E. P. [VII] 111 n., 121, 

127, 156 n., 102, 270, 271 n., 

456, 73S, 740, 741 

Douglas, Nancy Howe . . 523 

— Stephen 523 

Dove, George William W. . 787 

— Marian Glidden [IX] 787 

— Susan C. (Glidden) . . 787 
Dovr, Annie Rebecca . . . 935 

— Ellen 1051 

— Mark 664 

— Mary 904 

— Rozilla 1076 

DOWBRIDGE, Abigail C. 

(Smith) [IX] . . . 899 

— Andrew [IX] .... 899 

— Andrew S09 

— Mary 11. (Gardner) . . 899 
Downer, Hannah (Picker- 
ing) [VII] .... 479 

D.owNEs, .... 294 

Downey, Baniey [VII] . . 479 
Downing, Amelia (Rogers) 

[IX] 903 

— Andrew Jackson 213 n., 298 n., 

641,098 

— Benjamin [IX] . . . 902 



Downing, Edward [VIII] . 609 

— Emanuel .... 20, 21, 23 

— Sir George 20 

-Oliver [IX] 903 

— Martha (Norris) . . . 609 

— Mary Ann [IX] . . . 903 

— Pally (UenOeldj [ VI 1 1 ] 609, 902, 

903 

— S .r.'di Elizabeth [IX] . 903 

— Sarah M, (Iloi.d) [IX] . 903 

— Thomas 609 

Dows, Azro M. ... 373 n. 
DowsT, Auiiah Aiigiista [IX] 919 

— Arthur Wells [IX] . . 918 

— Charlotte A.(ry,-soiil[VlII]627 

— David Brown [VIU] 627, 919 

— David Ncal [VII] . . 374, 629 

— Jane (Aboru) .... 224 

— John [VI] .... 223-224 

— John [VII] 373 

— Joshua Wells Dow uing 

[VIII] 629 

— Justin McCarthy [Vlll] 627, 

918 

— Lucy Ann [VIII] . 629, 919 

— Lydia Aiinah [VIII] . 629, 919 

— Lydia D. (:McCar!hy) [MI] 373 

— Martha [VII] . ." . . 373 

— Martha (Ileullckl) [VI] 223, 

22.3, 373, 374 

— Martha Hcnficld [Vlll] 629 

— Martha Pool [VIU] . . 628 

— ilary (Briidey) [VII] 374, S55, 

893 

— Mary E.(Hall) [VIII] r.G6, 627- 

628, 62S, 919 

— Mary Elizabeth [VIII] . 629 

— Nellie Perkins [IX] . . 919 

— Sarah E. (Mattonn) [ VIII] 629 

— Sii'^anf HVITI]. . 629 

— Wesley 628 

— Wesley Barton [Vlll] 628-629 

— William [VII] 373, 027,028,629 

— William . . . 223, 224, 628 

— Winifred (Dodge) [IX] . 918 
DoYi.E, Lucy 641 

— William M. S 354 

Drake, 30 

— Francis S. 193 n., 201 u., 264 n., 

200 n., 290 n., 291 n., 292 n., 

299 II., 300 n., 422 u., 435 n. 

Drew, Harriet T. [VII] . 480 

Drexel, Emily .... 1010 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



nil 



Driveh, Rutli [VIII] 

— Uuth (MetwlO . 

— Stephen .... 

— William .... 
Dburt, Elizabeth . . 

— L 

DuDLET, Joseph . . 55 

— Mary Jane .... 
DuGLAS, Joseph . . . 
Ui'SiARESQ, Floreuce SaU' 

merez [IX] . . 

— ilargaretta M. (Deblois) 

— PhiUp 

Ddnbak, Abiah G. . . 

— Asa 

— James R 

DcxHAii, Abiicr . . . 

— Caudace (Irons) [VII] 

— Lucy [VII] . . 480^ 

— Obadiah 

Do'LAP, Carrie A. (Dodge 

[X] ..... 

— David Smith . . . 

— Emma J. (ShurtlelT) . 

— Everett Eugeue [X] . 
• Margaretta 



181 



1022 

1023 

102:; 

1023 

G57 

DuxNELS, Carrie Manniug[X]1072 

— John Maiming .... 1072 

— ilary R. (Lord) . . . 1072 
Dunning, Hauuah J. . . 1017 
Dtoant, Edward .... S38 

— Priscilla (ilorong) . . S3S 

— Sarah Sustacia [IX] . . 838 
DuRELL, Daiiiel Meserve . 327 

— Ehzabeth Wcutworth 327, 313 

— Sarah AdeUue [VII] . . 327 

DcsTiN-, Mary 832 

DuTTOs & Wentworth . 4G1 
DuvENECK, Elizabeth 0. L 

(Boott) [IX] . 972-973 

— Frank [IX] 973 

— Josef Didcric .... 973 

— Katheriue (Seamers) . . 973 
DcYCKiscK, Evert A. 26-1 n., 292 n. 

— George L. . . 264 n., 292 n. 
DwEN, Elizabeth (Guest) . 770 

— Ellen L. (Greene) [VIII] 770. 

lOOS 

— James Guest [VIII] . . 770 

— John 77U 

— Lillian Nellie [IX] . . 1008 
DwiGiiT, Almou .... 1037 

— Cjria (White) .... 1037 



546 

51C) 
510 
140 

9, 2S3 
8 

50, 57 
900 

74,75 

844 

8U 
811 
794 
,20S 
878 
480 
480 
480 n. 
480 



DnriGliT, Elizahinh 

— Emily B. (Gillbrd) . 

— James Edward . . . 

— Myrtilla Matthcs [X] 

— Sally P. (Loring) [X] 

— Theodore Frelinghuysen 

[X] 

— Wilder 

Over, Benjamin Franklin 

— Catherine F. (Slater) 

— Elizabeth S. (Brown) [X] 

— Jessie Stanton [IX] . 

— Joseph Hoi: u [X] . . 

— Joseph Webber . . 

— Mary J. (Mansfield) . 

— Mildred [IX] . . . 

— X'athaniel A. . . . 

— Priscilla A. (Knowles) 

— Puce & Co 



975 
1015 
1015 
1045 
1037 

1037 

729 

920 

902 

1047 

920 

1047 

902 

920 

962 

1047 

1017 

920 



1022 

1022 
1022 



912 

912 
912 



EnDY, James 477 

— Joseph [VII] .... 477 

— Lucinda 786 

-u. n U 

Edgecombe, Elizabeth M. 

(Harris) 1083 

— Jacob G 1083 

— Mabel G. [X] . . . . 1083 
Edick, Margareite . ■ . 760 
Ed>[axds, Adelaide Martha 816 

Edmunds, .... 

EnsoN, Theodore .... 
Edward I., King .... 

— II., King 

— III., King 

— VI., King 

Edwards, Abigail [VIII] 



Eadie, Constance (Blackmer) 
[X] 

— Elizabeth D. (Rudderow) 

— William Glass .... 

— William Rudderow [X] . 1022 
Eagles, Annah E. (SeagcU) 

[IX] .... 

— EUza( ) . . 

— Lewis Henry [IX] 

— Stephen 912 

Earle, Ralph 191 

Easibukn, Manton . . 527 

Eastman & Schumacher . 821 
Easton, Belle [IX] . 953-954 

— Harriett (Holder) . . . 954 

— Jonathan 954 

Eaton, Abiah 398 

-Abigail 573 

— Ann 935 

— Eliza 888 

— Hannah 202 

— Jane 1057 

— Lilley 332 n., 341 n., 354 n., 

393 n., 540 n. 

— Orrilla Greenough . . . 892 

Eaves, Laura 927 

EccLESTOX, Augusta Cham- 
bers 

F.c KEN ROAD, .\nn .... 
Eddy, (Ross) . . . 

— llann.ah 557, 558 

— Harty (Ballou) [VII] . 477 



— Achsah H. (NeweU) [IX] 

— Ann [VIII] . . . . 

— Bethia F. (Crafts) [VHl] 



338 
328 
3,5 
2 
3 
5 
849, 
850 
848 
564 
563, 
564 



740 
1035 
477 



— Elizabeth Allen [IX] 848, 1055 

— John 52 

— John Girdlor [VIII] . . 564 

— Joseph [IX] .... 804 

— Lucy Jane [IX] . 848, 1055 

— Lydia (Allen) .... 350 

— Martin 804 

— .Mary (White) .... 160 

— Mary EUzabeth [Vni] . 564, 

848, 849 

— :\Iary M. (Everett) [IX] 804 

— iMillie Louise [X] . . 1055 

— Xaucy (Kimcs) . . . ?04 

— Samuel [VII] .... 350 

— Samuel [VIII] 563, 847, 848 

— Samuel 350 

— Samuel Adams [IX] 848, 1055 

— Sarah Augusta [IX] 847, 1054, 

1055 

— Sarah J. (Allen) [Mil] 563- 

564, 504 

— Sarah Letitia [X] . . . 1055 

— Seeth(Phippeu) [VU] 349, 563, 

564 

— Susannah 486 

— & Stoddard 624 

Eggleston', Adelia Antoin- 
ette [IX] 823 

— Marcus 823 

— Rhoda (BushncU) . . 823 
Eldridge, Elizabeth . 849, 1055 



1112 



ISDEX OF NAMES. 



Eliot, Ciithcriiu- (Atkins) . 42.! 

— Ciilberiuc Atkins [VllI] 702 

— Cliarlcs [IX] . . 980-981 

— Charles ^V.Ili.im [VIII] 4-.':i, 

700-701, 7ul, 7U2, 9iO, 9-^1 

— Eliza 699 

— Elizubelh Lyinau [VIII] 1-2), 

421 n., 1^2 n., 700, 979 ! 

— EllcnD. (IVabody)' VIIl ■ 701 

— Frances Anac [VIII] 703, ',iS2 

— Frances S. (Ilopkinson) 

[IX] . 20:J, 702, 981-982 

— Grace M. (Hopkin^ou) 

[VIII] 20:5, 701-702, 9'> I 

— Mary (Lvman) [VII] . 421. 

421 n., ti99. 7i'iO, 702, 70:J 

— Mary Lyman [VIII] 699, W), 

979 

— Mary Y. (Pitkin) [IX] . 981 

— Samuel i2o 

— Samuel Atkins [VII] 422-423, 

699, 975, 10S5 

— Samuel Atkins [IX] . . 981 

— Walter G. . . 701 n., 7SS u. 
Eliot family ... 788 u. 
Enz.^.BET!r, Queen . . 5, 6, 12 
Er.RiNS, Elizabeth . . . 387, 415 

— Victoria 894 

Ellems, Emogene [X] . . 1057 

— Ileury 1037 

— Jane (Eaton) .... 1057 
ELLtKY, Harriet F. (Saywavd) S70 

— Harrison [IX] . . 215 n., 870 

— Sarah M. (Holland) [IX] 354, 

870 

— William 870 

Elliot, David 902 

— Eliza [IX] 902 

— Emily A. (Whcelock) . 788 

— Jane 605 

— John Henry 7S'' 

— John Wliee'lock [IX] 788-789 
-Mary L. (.\IorM)[IX] . 788 

— Thomas Dawes . . . 217 
Elliott, Elizabeth ( ) . 896 

— Jesse Duncan . . . 541 

— JohnW 835 

896 
835 

835 
896 

r.2 
892 



— Lewi.s 

— Louisa E. (Tomv r) . 

— Liiella Elizabeth [IX] 

— Sarah Elizabeth [IX] 
Ellis, 

— Alniena Bay [IX] . . 



Ei.Lis, Enicliur .... 1067 

— Emory 13 768 

— G.rtrudc L. (Blake) . . 931 

— Hannah II. (:siiKdl) . . 892 

— Helen H. (Pciice) [IX] 931 

— Mary [VIII] , . 759,768 

— Mary (Fiiister) [VII] 477 

— Mary (Finster) . . . 759 

— Mary (Stimpsou) . . . 7GS 

— Rufus 931 

— Samuel ...... 892 

— William 759 

— WilUam Rogers [IX] . 931 
Ellsworth, E. E. ... 748 
Euso.N-, Hannah [VI] . . 231 

— Hepsibah (Kea) ... 231 

— Joseph 231 

Elston, 7 

Embree, Deborah (Law- 
rence) 539 

— Fanny (Wells) [VIII] 67, 202, 

330, 330 n., 332 n., 539 

— George W. [VIII] . . 539 

— John L 539 

Emerson, Albert .... 536 

— Anna M. (Starbuck) [VIII] 541 

— Anna Starbuck [IXJ . . 821 

— Betsey (Hartsliorne) . 540 

— Floreuce [VIII] ... 536 

— Harriet (Orue) [VII] 332. 539, 

540, 541 

— Harriet 0. (Emerson) 

[VIII] 540 

— Harriet Ome [VIII] . . 540 

— Harriet Ome [IX] . . 821 

— Hubbard [VII] 332, 540. 541 

— James Francis [Vm] 332, 540- 

541 

— Lucy Buckmin.'iter . . 442 

— ^Margaret D.(McCaudless) 

[VIII] 541 

— Martha (Young) . . . 53r, 

— ilary Cliaillc [VIII] 332, 332 n., 

333,541,821 

— Pamela Orne [VIII] . . 539 

— Rufus H'ibbard [VIII] 541, 821 

— Ruth (Bancroft) ... 332 

— Sarah 241, 243 

— Thomas ..... 332, 340 

— Thomas, & Sons ... 5 tO 

— Waldo 2U 

— Zelic E. (Passavaut) 

1 [VIU] 542 



Emery, Alice Gray [IX] . 915 

— Anne Taylor G. . . . 942 

— Anthony 307 n. 

— Charles 307 

— Edward 915 

— Elizabeth J. [VII] . . 495 

— Joauna (Peiryman) . . 235 

— John 307, 307 u. 

— John Abbot .... 307 

— Margaret (Gookin) . . 307 

— Margaret (Gray) ... 915 

— Margaret Theresa ... 307 

— Mary Lyman .... 307 

— Noah 235 

— Robert [VII] . 235, 306-307 

— Robert 307 

— Rufus 307 n. 

— Sarah (Barnard) [VII] . 306 

— Theresa 233, 307 

Exlkn, Elizabeth .... 992 
Emmert, Catharine . . . 908 
Emmerton, George Robinson 404 

— James A. 8 n., 42, 222 u., 306 n., 

360 n., 386 n., 397 n., 411 n., 

470 n. 

Expicott, Charles M. . . 571 

— Clara 713 

— FideHa (Bridges) [VII] 185, 

310, 311, 312, 512, 513 

— George Washington . . 311 

— Henry Bridges [VIII] . 513 

— .James Bridges [VIII] 512,603 

— John [VII]' 185, 311, 713, 775 

— John 23, 311 

— Maria Cecelia 311 

— Martha 311, 775 

— Martha (Putnam) . 311, S5S 



— Samuel 


311 


— William [VIII] . . 


513 


— William C 


1S7 


English, Lydia . . . 


227 


— Philip 


54 


Ensign, (Dewey) . 


749 


— Edward 


749 


— Jane Dewey [VIII] . 


749 


Epjs, Daniel ... 74 


73,90 


— Mariraret .' . . . 


90, 180 


Er-skine, Elizabeth S. (Davis) 902 


- Flora F. [X] . . . 


1073 


— James Harvey . . . 


902 


— Joan (Whitinarsh) 


1073 


— Mary Jane [IX] . . 


902 


— Robert 


1073 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



1113 



Ebhxg, Mar-.uvtt . . . 1031 

^^iTl■s, Llaiiuali .... 278 

— UutL 193 

EcRE, Doborali .... 7 

— Lord G 8 

— Horatio 8 

— Lord R 8 

Ei-.-iTis, AiinE. (Pratt) . . 1071 

— Florence Richmond [X] 1071 

— James E. F 1071 

Evans, lOlS 

— Joseph 757 

— Louisa [Vril] ... 757 

— Lucv (Ilendorsou) . . lOlS 

— Mary Elizabeth [X] . . 1048 
Evens, Mary Susan . . . 770 
Everett, Alexander Leo 

[X] 1084 

— Charlotte G. (Brooks) . 908 

— Ed\vard 419, 43S, 5S5, 675, 

90S 

. . 803 

803, 1028, 



— Elizabeth . . 

— Elizabeth J, [IX] 



1029 

Henry Sidney [IX] 718, 967- 

968. lOlS 



— John D.abucy [IX] 803, 1029 


— John Dabney [X] . . 


1029 


— Kate [IX] 


803 


— Katharine (Fay) [IX] 96' 


, lO^i, 




1085 


- Lilian [X] .... 


1085 


— Lydia (Oswald) ^IX] 


803 


— Margaret (Bircli) [X] 


1029 


— Marie 


803 


— Mary (Dabney) [VIII] 510, S03, 




801 


— Mary (Oswald) [IX] . 


803 


— Mary Barbara [X] . 


1029 


— -Mary Elizabeth [X] . 


1028 


— Mary Jlaric [IX] . 804, 1030 


— Peter Slierer [VIII] . 


510 


— Sidney Brooks [X] 


1064 


— Solomon Kline [IX] 803, 102^ 


— Susan [IX] . 803, 102 


9, 1030 


— Susan (Crniie) . . . 


510 


— Theophihis .... 


510 


Eiv\i.D, Katherinc [Fath] 


537 


— Piiilii) 


537 


— Rose [VIll] . . . 


537 


EsvisG, David .... 


042 


— Jane E. (Ainswnrlli) 


ni2 


— Sarah Jane [Vlll] . 


642 



FiiRBAXKs, Eliza (Palfr.iy) 

[IX] .... 894, 1073 

— Flora F. (Erskine) [X] . 1073 

— Horace J. [X] . . . . 1073 

— Jason K9 1 

— Mehit.able (Paine) . . 891 
F.VIRC11ILD, Almira (Hyde) ^05 

— Ellen Mariah [IX] . . 805 

— Lyon & Co 797 

— 11. E 797 

— Uriah 805 

F.\IRFIELD, Elizabeth [IX] . 859 

— Elizabeth (Badger) . . 859 

— Lois[Vll] 352 

— Moses 859 

— Rebecca (Becket) ... 352 

— Sarah 272 

— Sarah (White) .... 272 

— William . . . 272, 352, 013 
Fall, Eduiouia L. (Taylor) 070 

— Katharine [VIII] ." . . 670 

— William Robinson . . 670 

Faxsell, Ann 900 

Farlet, Charles Bcnjaniii! . 923 

— Louisa King [IX] . . . 923 

— .Maria L. (Upton) . . 923 

— Martha Jane .... 1073 

— Susan Kendall .... 047 
F'arlo'w, William G. . . . 745 
Farnham, Isaac .... 521 

— Mary [VIII] .... 521 

— Persis ( ) .... 521 

— Susan Burnap .... 910 

— SybU 292 

Farsuji, Benjamin ... 301 

— Tabitha 186 

Fakkas, 130 

Farrixgtos, Arvilla E. 

(Fo-g) [IX] ... 896 

— David 552 

— Edward [VIIIj ... 602 

— Mary (Hum) [VIII] . 602, S95 



-) 



602 
002 
895 
537 
521 



— Mary W. ( 

— William 

— William Henry [IX] . 
l^.vTn, Katherinc . 
Faulkxf.b, Dorcas . . 
1"at, Catheritte (Gray) [X] 

101 1, 1084 

— Catherine S. (Pickniaii) 

[VIII] 23S, 683,900,907,905 

— Charles 920 

— Charlotte (Kidder) . . 914 



Fav, Charlotte E. (Hopkins) 929 

— Dudley Bowdileh [X] . 1084 

— EJn-ard Warren . . . 914 

— Elizabeth F. (Gowditch) 

[IX] 955,967 

— Elizabeth Pickman [IX] . 968, 

1085 

— Ellen Maynard [IX] . . 914 

— Harriet (Howard) . . 085 

— Harriet Melusiun[lXJ 085, 929- 

930 

— Katharine [IX] . 967, 10^ 1 

— Lucy G. (Pieknmu) [VIII] 683 

— Richard SuUivan [VIII] 400, 

683-685, 929 

— Richard Sumvan[ IX] 966, 1084 

— Samuel P. P 085 

— Sarah L. (Abbott) [IX] . 968 

— William Pickman [IX] . 968 

— Mudge & Atwood . . . 
Faxos, Ruili Bryant . . . 
Fearing, Charles Fitderick 

[VIII] 



960 
621 



728 



— Charles N 728 



— Mary (Swan) .... 

— Mary U.(Putuam)[ Vlll] 
FELXon's, Sophrouia E. . . 
Felt, 

— Ann E. (Kendrick) [TX] 



728 
728 

856 
88 
829- 
830 

— Benjamin 827 

— Charies Frederick W. [X] 1046 

— Charles Wilson [IX] 830, 830, 

831, 1040 

— Elizabeth (Ropes) [VIII] 549, 

829, 830 

— Ephraim [VIII] ... 549 

— Ephraim Porter [X] . . 1046 

— George Ropes [IX] 829, 1040 

— Hanu.ah (Raymond) . . 827 

— Jemima (Green) [IX] . 830 

— John 549 

— Joseph B. 23 n., 28 n., 35, 36 n., 

44 n., 75 u., lOS n., 171 n. 

— Marthas. (Ropes) [IX] 



— Mary (Porter) . . 

— Mary \\\n . . . 

— Mary Kendrick [X] 

— Sarah Elizabeth [IX] 

— Sarah Elizabeth [X] 
Felto.v, Emily J. (Teague) 

[X] 1074 



830, 
831 
519 
855 

1046 
827 

1016 



1114 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



Felton, Fniucis Augustus 

[IX] . . . ". 894, 107 1 

— James [VUl] .... 601 

— James fiOl 

— Laura EUcu [X] . . . 1074 

— N.'itliauiel 2'J 

— Rutli (Smitli) .... 001 

— Sarah (Huut) [VIll] 601, 

S91 

— Sarah Ann [X] ... 1074 

— Sarah E. (Churchill) [IX] 895 

— William Elmer [X] . . 1074 
Ee.ngao, Charlotte C. (Ilar- 

ris) 765 

— Christopher C 765 

— Phche U. [VIII] ... 765 
FENOLLOSi, Ernest Francisco 

[X] . 463, 6S7. 737, 1041- 

1042 

— Lizzie G. (Millett) [X] . 1041 

— Manuel 1012 

— JIary (Silsbee) . . . 1012 
Fe.nwkk, Charles Ileury 

[X] 1085 

— Lilian (Everett) [X] . . 1085 
Fekcuson, Martha . . . 550 
Feruard, Viscount . . . 801 
Fessk.suex, Caroline H. Lee 

[X] 1017 

— Catherine . . 382, 648, 649 

— Charles B 704 

— Louisa G. (Bursley) . . 1017 

— SewaU H. . . " . . 1017 

— Scwall Henry [X] . . 1017 

— Thomas Greeu .... 382 
Fecloxg, Sarah .... 890 
Feveryeae, Edmund . . 219 

— Graftou 219 

Field, Artinir Gilbert [X] 1028 

— Benjamin Faxon [VIII] 620- 

621, 621 

— Bertha F. Williams [IX] 916 

— Ehzabcth S. Towue [ VUI] 620, 

916 

— Frederick 102 S 

— Mary (Bacon) .... 1028 

— Ruth B. (Faxon) ... 621 

— Sarah G. (Richards) [X] 1028 

— Silas 021 

— William de Yongh [IX] . 916 
FrELDiXG, Abigail (Fi>'lding) S'JO 

— John . SOO 

— Naucj [IX] 890 



FiLLEiiROWs, Charles Berry 926 

— Eli/.a (Cox) 920 

— Sarah Cox [LX] ... 926 

FiLLEY, Laura 802 

FiLLis, Esther O. (Clarke) 

[VII] . . . 192, 322. 527 

— James [VU] . . 322-323 

— Jolin 322 

— John Clarke [VIII] 112,527 

— Louisa (Lyde) .... 322 
FiNTii, Lady Charlotte . . 191 
FiNCK, Frederick .... 381 
FixxET, Hannah .... 100 
FixsTER, John 477 

— -Mary [VII] 477 

— Mary 759 

Fisher, 314 

— Emma Abbott ( ) . 1071 

— James 1071 

-Kendall 492 

— Mary E. [X] .... 1071 

— Susan Laviiia [VII] . . 492 

— Susan Lorina [VII] . . 492 u. 
Fissjj, Ill 

— Abby M. (Brooks) . . 1021 

— Anna 461 

— Clarence Stoughtou [X] . 1021 

— Ellen A. (Babbitt) . . 815 

— Jerome Horton [IX] . . 845 

— John 1021 

— Lydia 277 

— Margaret G. (Higginson) 

[X] 1021 

— Maude Alice .... 845 

— Moses 845 

— Samuel . . .70, 81, 96, 114 

— Sarah D. (Bumis) [IX] . 844, 

845 

— Susan (Hurd) .... 845 

— Walter B 845 

FiTcii, 215 

— Cornelia Ann .... 954 

— Eunice 585 

— Frances Anna .... 1020 

— George K 4S0 

FiTZ, Daniel P 8S5 

— Margaret Blanehard [IX] 885 

— Sarah E. (Brown) . . SS5 

FlTZ-I'EX, 105 

Flaco, Henry Kirke [VII] 494 

— Luey (Howe) .... 404 

— Samuel 225, 494, 

— Sarah (Simonds) [VII] . 494 



Fi.a.nders, Frederick . . 


731 


— Frederick Eugene [VIII] 731 


— Laura J. B. (I'arkman) 




[VIII] .... 


731 


_ Sarah ( ) . . . 


731 


Fleming, Lucrctia . . 


708 


Fletcher, Deborah . . 


315 


— Sybil W 


1066 


Flint, Addison . . . 


464 


— Alice [II] 23, 2S, 33, 


33-38 


— Alice ( ) . 35, 36 


37, 3S 


— Charles Lewis . . . 


878 


— Deborah 


90 


— Edivard 


74,75 


— Eliza Jane [VII] . . 


464 


— George F 


370 


— Hcpsibah .... 


327 


— Jcnisha (Upton) . . 


839 


— Jolm 464, 839 


— Mary [IX] . . . 838-839 


— Sally (Upton) . . . 


464 


— Sarah Page . . . . 810, 811 


— Thomas 


47, 464 


— William ... 34, 36 


37, 45 


Flint Pedigree . . . 


90 


Flint, Henry .... 


644 


Fogg, Arvilla E. [IX] . 


896 


— Enieline (MiUikcn) . 


890 


— Moses 


896 


Fogge, .... 


19 


FOLGIER, .... 


185 


FoLsoii, A. & Son . . . 


826 


— Abigail S. (Pierce) . 


826 


— Abraham 


826 


— Anna 


447 


— Deborah 


385 


— Eliza A. (Millett) [IX] 


826 


— Georgiaua May [XJ . 


1066- 




1067 


— Ilannali P. (Hook) . 


449 


— Harry Lincoln . . . 


826 


— .Mary (Clark) . . . 


1007 


— Mary Olivia [VII] . 


449 


— Peter 


449 


— Sewall S. W. . . . 


1067 


— Simeon Pierce [IX] 8 


26-827 


FooTE, Caleb .... 


703 


— Frances A. (Eliot) [VIII 


] 703, 




9S2 


-Henry Wilder [VIII] 7( 


)3-704 


-MaTv[IX] .... 


982 


— Mary W. (While) . . 


703 


— & Brown .... 


156 n. 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



1115 



Forbes. Robert Pcnuert 5S6, 58S 
I'oBD, Anna .Maria [VIII] . 761 

— Charity F. (Kitcbel) . . 701 

— Elizabeth 329 

— FIva [VIII] 763 

— James 761 

F'oREMAN, Mary .... 491 
FORESTIES, .... 320 

— & Paine 320 

F'ouuAX, Alexander [VIII] 509 

— Edward Derdeii [IX] 800 

— Emily A. (Greenwood) 

[IX] 800 

— Frederick Josiali [IX] . 800 

— Harriet A. (Hazzard) 

[IX] 800 

— Josiah 509 

— Lncretia (Couckliiig) . . 509 

— Lucrctia Rebecca [IX] . 800 

— Margaret E. O. (I'rve) 

[MJI] .... 509, 800 

— Summerfield [IX] . . 800 
roRRESTER, Charlotte (Story) 46S 

— Charlotte Story [VII] . 42-i, 

468-469, S73 

— John 46S 

FoRKiSTALL, Sarah ... 621 
FoRSTTU, Charles Meigs . 917 

— Charles Sprague [IX] . 947 

— Laura (Sprague) . . 917 

— Margaret (Knight) [IX] 947 
Foster, Abigail .... 835 

— Ann 66G 

— Anna 564 

— Catherine G. (Richards) 

[IX] .... 801, SOI 

— Charles Frederick [IX] . 900 

— Daniel 168 

— Dwight 146 

— Elizabeth 168, 109 

— George 1010 

— Hannah (Pickering) [V] 87. 

IGS, 173 

— Henry Hopkins [IX] 801 

— Homer 900 

— Israel 169 

— John[V]. . .168-169,174 

— John .... 163, 109, SOI 

— John Gray 715 

— Joseph [V] 174 

— .Toseph . . . 108, SOI, 1039 

— Kate W. (Cook) [IX] . 900 

— Ljdia 846 



Foster, Margaret (Jacobs) 169 

— Margaret Athertou . . 975 

— Maria Jackson .... 539 

— Maria L. (Bcuuett) . . 1010 

— Marie Louise [X] . . . 1010 

— Mary .... 16S, 169, 314 

— Mary (Neal) [V] . 167-168, 

16S, 169, 171 

— Mary (White) .... SOI 

— JIary J. (Dudley) . . 900 

— Nathaniel 80 

— Sarah 417 

— Susanna 592 

— Timothy 163, 169 

— William 554 

Foster family .... ?01, 1039 
Fotiiergixl, John . . 288, 2S9 
FowLE, Mary .... 249, 614 
Fowler, Hannah (Woodin) 4S7 

— Jedediah 487 

— Laura [VII] .... 487 
Fox, Alice (Brown) [IX] . 972 

— Catherine P. (.\bbott) 

[Mil] . . 688, 6S9, 972 

— Charles James [VIII] . 688- 

690 

— Charles William [IX] 972 

— Jedediah 690 

— Matie[VIII] .... 759 

— Sarah (Wheeler) ... 690 
FoxcROFT, Bridget ... 340 

— Elizabeth 863 

FoTE, Abby Jane (Leach) 

[IX] 896 

— Augusta L. (Brown) [X] 1075 

— Cordelia (Lee) [IX] . . 896 

— James Fclfon [IX] 896, 107-5 

— James Lee [X] . . . 1075 

— Laura E. (Herman) [IX] 896 

— Mary C. ( ) . . . 605 

— M.ary Hunt [IX] . . . 1074 

— Samuel A. [IX] ... 896 

— Samud M. [VIII] . . 602 

— Sarab E. (Elliott) [IX] . 896 

— Susanna P. (Hunt) [VIII] 602, 

806 

— William 602 

— WiUiara P. [IX] ... 896 
Francis, Elizabeth Brown . 9i')7 

— Hannah 227, 552 

— J<,!m 552 

— Mary (Alexauder) . . 552 

— Sarah Ellen 955 



Fb.»nkhn, . . . 

— Beujamiu .... 

— Sarah 

— & Robinson .... 
Feazer Clan .... 
Frazier, Alexander [IX] 

— Christeua (McTarisb) 

— Donald 

— Fannie [X] .... 

— Harriet Maria [X] 

— Sophronia A. (Henderson) 

[IX] .... 817, 1038 
Freeman, James .... 263 
French, Abiah G. (Dunbar) 794 

— Abram 

— Arthur Burrage [X] . 

— Asa [VII] .... 

— Augusta [IX] . . . 

— Augustus Wellington 
[VIII] 



139 
674 
355 
355 
596 
817 
817 
817 
1038 
1038 



1046 

1046 

473 

904 

754 



— Benjamin 794 

— Clarissa (Pollard) ... 476 

— Elizabeth Ann [VIII] 471, 472, 

752 u., 754, 1000 

— Fanuie Elizabeth [VIII] 733 

— Hannah J. (Collins) . . 733 

— Helen (Young) [VIII] . 754 

— James Morrdl .... 733 

— Louisa [VII] .... 476 

— Mary Dow 904 

— Mary Jane [IX] . . 794-795 

— Mary K. (Felt) [X] . . 1046 

— Mayuard 476 

— Kicholas Pettingill . . 904 

— Olive (Welliugtou) [VII] 473, 

754 

— S.irah 471 

— Sophia J. (Cobb) . . . 1046 

Fkies, Wulf 726 

Fkitiibank, William de . . 5 

Frost, Charlotte Ann . . 1078 

— Cl.arinda [VII] . . . 450 

— Hannah (Morrill) ... 450 

— John 450 

— Mary 63 

— Sarah Low 1053 

Frotiiinoham, Cornelia . 990 

— Fred [IX] 912 

— Helen M. (Arrington) [IX] 912 

— James 157, 165, 160, 273, 346, 

459, 402, 403 

— Mary L. (Lindsay) . . 912 

— Thomas 912 



1116 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



Yv.1T, Ann (Butler) [VIII] 508 

— Annio[.\l . . • 30(1,1026 

— Auiiie Matlcv [IX] 797, 7'J-^, 

1035, lO.T, 

— DaiiicI Mackcv [ VIII] 508, 1\)>\. 

707, 7'J'J 

— Frederick [VU] . 304-306 

— Frederick JX] 799, 799, 10->';, 

1037 

— Frederick L. Q. C. [VII IJ 508 

— Harriet (Arelirr) . . . S5.") 

— HclcQ M. (Norton) [IX] 800 

— James 304, oO j 

— John 305 

— John Nuttiiiu; .... S55 

— Margaret (Muckev) [VII] 304 

305, 50^, 5U'J 

— Margaret E.O. [VII 1] 509, bOU 

— .Margaret Gardner [I\] . 797, | 

10-2t, 1035 I 

— Martha A. (riiippou) [IX] 854 ' 

— Mary Elizabeth [IX] 796, lOJ:;,, 

103i 

— Matilda (Brooks) [IX] 790, 799- 

800, 799 n, 

— Nancy Mackcv [VIII] . 509 

— Naomi ISf) 

— RosaUe[X] .... 1027 

— Sarah (Checver) ... 305 

— Theophihis C. . 305 a., 50S n. 

— WiUiam Arch.r[lX] 854-855 

Frye family 305 n. 

FuLUAM, Bessie Florence . infJO 

FCLLKR, 4S6 

— Alfred Eaves .... 937 

— Bishop 471 

— Caroline Ahl)v[ IX] . . 860 

— Ellen KeUhaw .... ('.70 

— Enoch P 860 

— Eunice 807 

— Francis N. (Chn|>nian) [IX] 850 

— Frauk Everett .... 937 

— George 937 

— JohnCheevcr [IX] . . 927 

— Louisa 999 

— Mary SfiO 

— Manr E. ^Symonds) [IX] 927 

— Mary J. (('all) . . . 937 

— Susanna 99S 

— TirzahrVITT .... 486 
Fin DAY. Mary Viekrry . . 850 
FcKi.EY, Cliiulotie Augusta 909 
FcRSEss, W. VI. ... 464 



Gagk, Thomas 13 1, 184. 187, ISS, 
313 
GaLK, Adaliue C. (Smith) 

[VIII] 755 

— ,\una 335 

— Annie (.Morley) [VIII] . 756 

— Augusta (Woolcott) [VIII] 755 



756 
475 
475 
475 
755 
756 



Augustus [VIII] . 

— Aurora [VII] . . . 

— Betsey (Uah) [VII]. 

— Brooks [VU] . . . 

— Clara E. [VIII] . . 

— Converse Allen [VIII] 

— Ebcuezer Brooks [VI] 279, 3S3 

— Elizabeth (Urury) . 279, 3?3 

— Eunice [VII] .... 475 

— Eunice (Pickering) [VI] 279, 

474, 475, 47t) 

— Flora E. (Blanchard) [VIII] 756 

— George [VII] . 474, 755, 75G 

— George . . . 379 n., 474 n. 

— Harriet (Stone) [VII] . 475 

— Henry 279, 2S3 

— Horatio [VIII] ... 756 

— Jane (Hood) [VII] . . 476 

— Julia Anu 1065 

— Louisa (French) [VII] . 476 

— LucinaH. [Vlll] . . 756 

— Lucinda [VII] . ... 475 

— Maggie (Mavkcs) [VIII] 756 

— Mary 122 

— Nathan Brooks [VIII] . 755 

— Orlando Charles [VIII] 279 u , 

474, 755 

— Orlando Convcrs [VII] 476, 756 

— Sally 5G6 

— Sampson [VI] . . . 279, 283 

— Sarah (Pickering) [VI] . 282 
Gallatin, Albert .... 301 
GALLorpE. Betsey (Ro'is) 639 

— Daniel Porter [Villi .377 n., 

378 n., 638, 639, G39 n. 

— Israel 639 

— Mary (Ropes) [VIII] . 639 

Gamhardelt.a, . . . 301 

Gamble, Anna Elizabeth 

[VIII] . . . 

— George .... 

— Mary D. (Brown) 
Gakpenki!, Christopher 

— Jeremy .... 

— John . ' . . . . 

— Katheriue . . . 



649 

649 
649 

8 
S 
8 



Gardexer, Thomas ... S 
Gaudi.neh, Harriet (Peter- 
son) [X] 1059 

— William Howard . . . 721 
Gardneu, Augustus Peabody 

[IX] 986 

— Bothiah 95, 173 

— Catharine E. (Peabody) 

[VII] 432, 432n., 437, 713, 
775, 978 

— Charles K 213 n. 

— Charles "Warren [X] . . 1069 

— Chaa[VIII] . . . 434, 717 

— Constance (Lodge) [IX] S86 

— Eliza Blanchard [Vlll] . 714 

— Eliza E. (Peabody) [VIII] 311, 

433, 437, 713, 775, 978 

— Elizabeth [VI] 123, 185, 1S5, 

ISO, 249, 30S, 310, 313, 514 

— Elizabeth [VII] . 307-308 

— Elizabeth [Vlll] 716, 9S7, 98S 

— Elizabeth . 93, 94, 102, ISO 

— Elizabeth (Clarke) 91, 93, 93, 94 

— Elizabelh (Pickering) [V] S 1. 

S5, 121-122, 123, 249, 250 

— Elizabetii (Putnam) . . 123 
-Elizabeth (Weld) ... 95 

— Elizabeth Pickering [VII] 428 

— Ellen [IX] . . . 986,989 

— Esther [VI] 93, 179, ISO, 302, 

303, 304, 300 

— Esther (Burnett) [IX] . 986 

— Esther (Orno) [V] 70, 90, 91, 

179, ISO, 1S3, 184, 185, 514 

— Eunice 378 

— Francis Lowell [VIII] . 716 

— George [VI] 93, 94, 183, 184 

— George [VII] 132, 433-434, 

716, 717 

— George 53 

— George Augustus [VIII] 47 n., 

251 n., 712-713, 713, 9S6 

— Georg.' Peabody [IX] . 986 

— Hannah 52 n., 53 

— Harriet S, (Amory) [1^11] 712, 

717, 721, 978, 1010, 1014 

— Helen M. (Read) [VII] 434 

— Helen Read f VIII] . 716, 9S7 

— nrnrv[VI]93,94,184. 307,308 
-Henrv 209 

— Is.ib.lla Stewart [VIII] 713-714 

— Johu[V] 84,95,119,122-123, 

272, 613 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



1117 



GvKl'NF.K, Jnlin [VI] . . 250 

— J,.lm 150, 31, 'Jt, 95, 102, ii^. 

311 

_Jul.i>Lowoll[Vl[] 92,122. 

431-132, W2, i:!2 ii., 711, 

712, 713, 711. 77t 

— John Lowell [VIII] 251, 432, 

713 

— Joseph Peabody [VIII] 711- 

712, 'J>5, 9>t; 

— Joseph PeaboJy[ IX] . 985 

— Julia [VIII] . . . 714, 9^7 

— Jonathan [VI] .... 272 

— Jonathan 02, 272 

— Lois [VI] 93,91,180-181. 

306 

— Lucia (DoJa;0 [VI] . . 272 

— Maria Ehzu [VII] . . 308 

— ilartha (Gnish) . . . 10(39 

— Martha W. (Dam) [X] . 1069 

— Mary 613 

— Maiy (Collins) [VII] 336, 553 

— Mary (Gale) .... 122 

— Mary J. (Delano) [VIII] 554 

— Marv LoweU [VII] 430,710, 

711 

— :Mary Needham ... 899 

— Mary Turner [VII] . . 308 

— Polly 377 

— Rebecca [VIII] . 553, S38 

— Rebecca (Knapp) . . . 330 

— Rebecca R. (Lowell) [VI] 251- 

252, 354, 431, 430, 412, 992 

— Ruth .... 102, 103, 104 

— S.ally 680 

— Samuel [V] 91-95, 123, 181, 

1S4, 272, 312, 514, 613 

— Samuel [VI] .... 250 

— Samuel .... 30, 31, 93 

— Samuel Pickering [VI] . 74 n., 

91, 122, 123, 250, 250-251, 

251, 251 n., 428, 430, 431,432, 

433, 672 

— Sarah [VII] . 308, 509, 510 

— Sarah (Putnam) ... 272 

— Sar.ah (Turner) [VI] 184-185 

— Sarah Russell [VII] 432-433. 

715 

— Simon [VII] .... 336 

— Simon [VIII] .... 553 

— Simon Stacy .... 336 

— Tlioin.is 73, 04 

— Weld [VI] . 93, 94, 183, 184 



I Garpm R. William . . . lORO 
' — William Amory [IX] . . 986 

— William F 272 

GvKUNtR family . . . .91, 94 

G.viuoiiD, .... 19 

G.KRiUALDi, Giuseppe . . 701 
GarlolK, Abraham L. Ro- 

scnburg 1063 

— Margaret Catherine . . 1003 
G.\SKii.L, Alice (Pickerinj;) . 51 

— Hannah . . . . . 223, 229 

— Ilaunah (E,tes) ... 278 

— Jonathan . . .50, 173, 278 

— Olive fVl] .... 278, 2S4 

— Silas 173 

G.VSTO.N & Whitney . 953, 1052 
G.^TES, Aurinda (Millett) . 707 

— EUeu il. ( ) . . . 1069 

— Emory 1069 

— Horatio 218 

— Isaac 767 

— Logusta \yTi.V\ ... 767 

— Lydia B. (Dam) [X] . 1069 

— Robert Emory [X] . . 1069 
GiCBERT, Mary .... 590 

Gavaston, .... 3 

Gat, Nancy 318 

GAYLOr.D, AUce [IX] . . . 1001 

— George Hamilton . . . 1001 

— Jane (Woodbury). . . 1001 

Ged.n'EY, Mary ( ) . . 47 

Geer, Catherine M. Prince 

[X] 1040 

— Cornelia M. Olumford) . 1040 

— George Warren . . . 1040 

— Gurdon S. M. [X] . 822, 1040 
Gellibr.vnd, Mary Tyler 

fRoprs) [VIII] . '. . 655 

— William Clark [VIII] 655-656 



Grmmell, Isabella 
Gexella, Charlotte E. 
George, Mary . . . 

CIerard, . . . 

Gerrisii, Abigail . . 

— Benjamin . . . 

— Esther .... 

— Margaret (Cabot) 

— William .... 
Gerry, Elbridge . 

— Elizabeth . . . 

— John 

— Lydl.i [VII] ■ . . 

— Saraii O^'endell) . 



. 700 
. 426 
. 1033 
. 420 
. 294 
90, 294 
. 294 
. 294 
61 
. 277 
. 277 
. 291 
!77, 291 
. 291 



GinxKV, Elizabeth (Brown) . 8S5 

— Joim SS5 

— Sarah Ann [IX] . . . 885 
GiH-ioN, Madelaine . . . 784 
GiDNEY, Mary Lydia . . 1053 
GiFFoKU, Emdy Browu . . 1045 

— Harriet Ilarvcy [IX] . 862 

— Harriet M. (Peabody) . S62 

— Thomas J ellVrson . . . 862 
GlLiiEiiT, Anna H. (Wingate) 

[VII] ....'. 449, 733 

— AunaOUve [VIII] . . 733 

— Culisia B. (Taintcr) . . 1045 

— Charles W 1045 

— Eliza Tainter [X] . . . 1045 

— John Iluse [VII] . . 440, 449 

— Lemuel Ransom . . 446, 449 

— Mary 66 

— Olive (Iluse) [VII] . 445^46 

— Sarah 711 

Gilchrist, .... 465 

GirE, Ez.-kiel 412 

— Gertrude (Davis) ... 412 

— Mary U. (^^■hite) [VII] 411, 

679 

— Mary Pickering [VIII] . 679 

— Rachel 731 

— Samuel [VII] 411-412, 412 n. 

— Sarah Ilarriman . . . 918 
GiLE family .... 699 n. 
GiM, George W 670 

— Juliet Agues .... S20 

— Mary E. [VIII] ... 670 

— Sarah (McFarland) . . 670 
Gillies, Robert .... 203 
GiLMA.v, Arthur 384 n, 385 n., 

460 n. 

— Caroline (Howard) . . 460 

— Deborah (Folsom) . . 3S5 

— Dorothea Folsom [VII] . 385, 

938, 940 

— Eliza Webb [VII] 458, 459- 

460, 085 

— Helen A. (Williams) 933 

— Helen Williams [IX] 385, 938 

— John Taylor . • . . 3S5, 938 

— Mary 951 

— Nathaniel 132 

— Samuel 460 

GiLMORK, Ciiarlottc !Maria . 1025 

— Emily Elvira .... 976 

— Qiiincy .\dams .... 715 
Ginger, James David [IX] 1006 



1118 



INDEX OF XJMES 



Ginger, John It 1000 

— Mary E. (Gnv) [IX] . lOOG 

— Nancy S. (Loudou) . . 1000 
Girdle B, Bttsey (Stone) 

[VIIIJ .... 565, 850 

— Joanna (.Mien) .... 565 

— John[VlIl] .... 565 

— John S 505 

— Mary A. [IX] .... 850 
GiuTAN, Jauc (Magcc) . . 1021 

— John ....... 10-21 

— Mary Frances [X] . . 1021 
Gladwin, Ellis W. [X] . . 1076 

— Ilaunali M. ( ) . . 1070 

— Lizzie C. (Butmau) [X] 1076 

— Stephen 1076 

Glidden, Elizabeth J. (Jack- 
son) 906 

— Eva Elvira [IX] ... 966 

— Jeremiah WakeGeld . . 966 

— Susan Cotter .... 787 

— & Curtis 716 

Glovek, 403 

— Aline 539 

— Elizabeth Barnard [TOI] 630 

— George Heuvy [X] 1056-1057 

— George Washington . . 1057 

— IsabeUa (Berry) . . . 1057 

— John Hill . "... . 630 

— Jonathan 41 

— Lucy (Trafton) ... 630 

— Martha K. (Marshall) [X] 1056 

— Stephen 539 

GoBRECHT, ilary Elizabeth . S65 
Goddard, Annie White [IX] 962 

— Anson Morrill [IX] . 965 

— Caroline 11. (Little) [VlII] 683 

— diaries William [VIII] 230 n., 

681-683, 083, 905, 900 

— Eliza [VII] .... 300, 360 

— Eliza L. (Payson) [^^I] 412, 

679, CSO, OSl 

— Eliza Payson [IX] . . 961 

— Elizabeth White [VIII] 680, 

902, 903. 905 

— Eva E. (Glhl.kn) [IX] . 966 

— Frances Dana [VllI] U3, 450, 

678-679 

— George A 439 

— Henrietta May .... 456 

— Uenry [Vll ; " . 413, J56, 079 

— Henry Warn n [VlII] . 681 

— John [VlII] 679-680, 961,902 



GoDDAKD, John . . 413, 413 n. 

— John Henry [IX] . . . 962 

— Lucretia (Dana) . . . 079 

— Lydia Anne [VII] . 360, 300 

— Lydia L, (Johnson^ [V 11 1] 680 

— Mary P. (Gordon) [VI 11] 681 

— Mary Pickering [VIII] . 681 

— Mild'red (Dyer) [IX] . 962 

— MorriU[lx"] .... 966 

— Nathaniel 679 

— Rowena[IX] .... 966 

— Rowena C. (Morrill) 

[VIII] 412 n., 6S0 n., CSl n., 
683 

— Sarah (Kirkland) ... 439 

— Susann.ih (Heath) . . 413 

— William 368 

GoDDARD family .... 547 
GoDSHALL, William . . . 220 

GoiT, Olive 800 

GoLDEX, Elizabeth Ann . . 909 
GoLDiiixx, Eliza ( ) . 892 

— Henry [IX] . 891, 891-892 

— Philip 892 

Goldsmith, Annie S. (Lar- 

com) [X] .... 1056 

— Charlotte (Proctor) . . 851 

— Gilman [IX] . . . 851, 851 

— John Burnham [X] . . 1056 

— John Titeomb [IX] . 851, 851 

— Mary J. (Stone) [IX] 850, 1050 

— Nancy R. (Stone) [IX] 851 

— N.athan B 851 

— Oliver 208 

— Wiuslow Proctor . . . Sol 
GoocH, Annie Goodale [IX] 918 

— Ellen C. (D.ina) TVIII] 625, 626 

— Frank Austin [IX] . . 917 

— Hannah (Goodale) [VII] 371, 

623, 624, 025, 026 

— J. G. & N. G. . . . 624, 620 
-John 371 

— Joshua Goodale [VlII] 624, 

917, 91S 

— Lncy A. (Cunningham) 

[VIII] 624 

— Maria Mdlard [VIII] 625, 918 

— Mary (Whidden) ... 371 

— Mary A, (Pe;ise) [IX] . 918 

— Nathan Goodale [Vni] 626, 91S 

— Sarah E, (Wyniaii) [IX] 917 

— Sarah G. (Coolidse)[VIII] 62*- 

625, 626 



Goocn, Samuel [VII] 371, 371 n., 
623 

— Samuel Henficld [VXIl] 107, 

222, 306 n, 367 n., 368, 309 n., 

370 n,, 371 n,, 372, 616 u., 

617 n., 619 n., 623-624, 

625 n., 620 n. 

— William Dana [IXl . . 918 
Goodale, Ann Eliza (AYal- 

ton) [VII] .... 372 

— Anna [VII] . . . 367, 017 

— Anne (Derby) .... 223 

— Eliza Ann [VIII] . . 360, 617 

— Elizabeth C. (Cook) [VlII] 615 

— George Lincoln . . . 745 

— Hannah [VII] 371, 623, 624, 

625, 026 

— Josephine (Waldo) fVai] 373, 

— Josephine Waldo [VIII] 626 

— Joshua [VI] . 222-223, 024 

— Joshua [VII] 366, 306, 306 n., 

615, 616, 617 

— Joshua 223 

— Joshua Carney [IX] . . 912 

— Joshua Safford [VUI] 615, 

912 

— Lida A. (Nolton) [IX] . 912 

— Lydia [VII] 368, 618, 619, 620, 

621 

— Mary [VII] 369, 369, 622, 623 

— Mary (Henficld) [VI] 222, 206, 

367. 308, 309, 370, 371, 616, 
624 

— Mary Green [VIII] . . 627 

— Mary Heufield [VIII] 616, 913 

— Nathan [VII] 371-372, 372, 

373, 615, 020, 627 

— Rebecca (Page) [VII] . 366- 

367, 873 

— Rebecca Page [IX] . . 912 

— Rebecca Putnam [VIII] 615- 

616 

— Samuel Page [VIII] 616-617 

— Thankful [VII] . . 370, 623 
GooDiirE, . . . 238, 239 

— Abner . . . 004, 007, 609 

— Ann WiUard [VII] . . 348 

— Anna (WiUard) [VI] 209-210 

— Benjamin [V] 102-104, 110 

— Benjamin [VI] 103,104,205 

207-209, 209, 209 a., 343, 
344, 347, 348 

— Benjamin [VTI] 102,339,347 



INDEX OF NAVIES. 



1119 



GiioDiift, Catiicriue K. 

(Clarkson) [VII] . . 346 
_ Cli:irli.s Abucr .... mi 

— Cliarlos Clarkson [VIII] 103 n., 

103u.,205u., 207n.,iOb,-2i»0, 

210 a., 346, 562. S17 

_ Daniel [VIII] . o5S, 604, 007, 

GG9 

— Dorothy [VII] 101, 207, 341, 

343, .')50 

— Dorothy (Asbton) [VI] 207, 

;u3 

— EIi2.ibcth Dodge [IX] . 897 

— Frances [VII] . . . 343. .-,(30 

— Frances (Bott) . . G04, C07 

— Frances (Richie) [VI] . 209 

— Frances Ann Clarksou 

[VIII] 561 

— Frank Tuttle .... 607 

— Hannah [VI] . . . 204, 330 

— Hannah [VII] ... 347 

— Harriet Benuet . . . 607 

— Henry Clarkson [VIII] 562 

— James Arthur .... G07 

— John Bott [VIII] 358, 004, 

607, 009 

— John TTaltcr .... 607 

— Jonathan [VI] 71, 207, 20S, 

341 

— Jonatliau [VH] 43, 103, 344- 

346, 34G, 5.54, 501, 502 

— Jonathan E. 205 n., 206 n., 207 n., 

209 n., 340 n., 341 n., 343 n., 
344 n., 347 n., 34S n., 607 n. 

— Lucy (Luscomb) . . . 009 

— Lydia A. (Cook) [VIII] 607 

— LydiaC. (Hunt) [VIII] 604, 

S97 

— Martha [VII] 339, 555, 556, 

557, 55S, 559 

— Martha (Hardy) [V] 71, 102, 

204, 205, 206, 207 

— Martha (Prescott) [VI] 102, 

205, 206 

— Martha Hardy [VII] . 347 

— Mary [VII] ' . . . . 344 

— Mary (Lowden) ... 104 

— Mary Elizabeth [V7II] . 35S. 

604, 007, 669 

— Mary Elizabeth [IX] . 827 

— Nathaniel 827 

— Robert Clarksou [VIII] 562, 

562 n. 



GooDiTUE, Ruth (Gardner) 102, 
103, 104 

— Samuel Gedney . . . 607 

— Sarah [VI] . . . 206, 310 

— Sarah [VII] .... 343 

— Sarah (Uo^s) .... S27 

— Sarah Adams [IX] 897, 1075, 

1070 

— Sarah C. (Parker) [VIII] 209, 

346, 317, 502, 562-563. 71u 

— Sarah Chandler [IX] 561, 847 

— Sarah Frances '. . . . 607 

— Stephen [VI] 102, 103, 104, 

205, 339 

— TVilliara 104 

— William Adams . . . 607 

— William Clarkson [VIII] 561 

— & Co. ... 345, 562, 657 

— & S';(ett 3i5 

— & Ward 554 

GooDHTE family 205 n., 206 n., 

20V n., 209 n., 607 n. 
Goodrich, Mary Boott . . 711 

— Mary Wolcott [VIII] . 711 

— Samuel Griswold . . . 711 

— Sarah . . . 157, 163, 501 
GooDRiDGE, see Goodrich. 
Goodyear, Lena .... 922 
GooKix, Margaret . . . 307 
GooLL, John [V] . 84, 125, 126 

— Lois (Pickering) [V] 84, S5, 123, 

125, 120, 240, 252 

— Sarah [VT] 125. 252-253, 253, 

253 n., 434, 436, 437, 438, 439, 

441, 442, 444 

GoRDCS, George H. . . . 715 

— Hester 772 

— Joshua 681 

— Mary Periey [VIII] . . 681 

— Nathaniel 681 

— Susan Kimball .... 681 
Gore, Christopher 296, 336, 419 

— Elsie 1007 

Gorges, Ferdinando . . . 255 
GoRUiM, Desire Taylor . . 728 
GossoLLX, Sarah .... 1070 
GorLD, Abraham .... 592 

— Anna 762 

— Elizabeth (P.ih'ray) [VIII] S91 

— Elizabeth F. [VIII] . . 592 

— Lois P. (Whittior) [IX] 894 

— Samuel Francis [IX] . 894 

— Sarah 370 



GoDLD, Su.iauna (Foster) . 592 
GouLDiNG, Charles H. . . 1057 

— Eva Kobertiuc[.X] . .1057 

— Kathcriiie ( ) . . . 1057 

GouLwoRTU, Juhn ... 15 
GowiN-G, Hannah .... 50 
Gr.vce, Lucy [VII] . . 378 n. 
Ga.KCiE, Archiljald . . . 782 

— Elizabeth D. (Belliunc) . 7S2 

— Margaret Betliune [IX] 782 

Graeme family 961 

Gkaftok, Joseph .... 73 

— Mary 74, 219 

— Richard 8 

— Seeth 73 

Grauame family .... 961 
Grangkr, Cornelia Adeline 674 

— I'rancis 674 

Grant, 573 

— Annie Mason [VIII] 499, 698- 

699 

— Daniel 74, 75 

— Elizabeth (Bryant) . . 699 

— Moses 593 

— Patrick 699 

— Ulysses S. 697, 717, 759, 909 
Graves, Elizabeth [VIII] . 638 

— Grace ( ) .... 638 

— Samuel 638 

Gr.vt, Amy (Heard) [VID] 716 

— Ann Augusta .... 933 

— Ann Greeaough . . . 676 

— Anna Ellis Cordis [IX] S63, 865 

— Anna S. L. (Mason) [VIII] 715, 

955 

— Arthur [IX] .... 864 

— Asa ... . 439, 709, 745 

— Caroline [IX] .... 863 

— Catherine [X] 783, 1014, 1084 

— Catherine H. (Cunning- 

ham) 1084 

— Elizabeth (Cbipman) 429, 433, 

574 

— Elizabeth P. (Gardner) 

[VII] 428 

— Eli.!abclli Sinclair . . S62 

— Frances (Pcirco) [Mil] 574, 

862, 863, 864, «05 

— Frances Elizabeth [IX] 862- 

863 

— Francis Henry .... 101 4 

— Frederic 507 

— Gabriel 486 



1120 



IXDEX OF X.UTES. 



Cray, Il^.rri.'t 133 

— H.nl«i,-i R. (SliobLT) . 1014 

— Ucury [VlllJ U'y, 133, 555, 

574-575, mil. lOSl 

— Ilnrace [VII] . 4:.'J, 433, 5J5. 

574-575, lull, 10>4 

— nonce . . . 433, liO, 9S3 

— Uoracc, & Co 433 

— Horulio [IX] . . 854-865 

— JuluiChiiiiii:ui[VII] 423-430, 

429 n., 433, 555, 574, lul4. 
10S4 

— John Ciiipi.ian [VIII] Hi, 4-'9, 

715 

— Joseph 96 

— Louis;i (L'lckering) [VII] 485, 

7G5 

— Lvdia [A'lII] 429, 433, 555 



— Lydia Frances [IX] 


863 


— il.irsraret .... 


915 


— MaryCoJ.iianriX1 . 


863 


— JIary E. [IX] . . . 


1006 


— Naucv (Oriie) . . . 


OJ.J 


— Orange [VII] . . . 


485 


— Orin Pickering [Vlir 


1000 


— Resiuald 'XI 1014-101 


5, 10S4 


- Ro.e (Lro) [X] . , 


1014 


— Russell [VIII] . . 


715 


— Samuel 


DOO 


— Sarah L. rVIII] . . 


755 


— Sarah 11. (Gardner) 




[^ai] . . . 432-4 


33, 715 


— Susan 


SOI 


— William 91. 200, 241,2 


IS, 33S. 


36G, 3GS, 372, 42:), 4 


53, 574, 




10S4 


Grekley, Addic Elizabeti 




[IX] 


861 


— Anu 


439 


— Elizabeth J. (McCleary) 


. S61 


— Horace 


. 700 


— ■Rilliani Prcscott . . 


. bGl 


Gheex, .... 


. 500 


— Aaruu[VI] 184, 19% 19 


9,201- 


202, ; 


02, 5"7 


— Agnps Cat!:crine [IX] 


907 


— Ana (Calow) . . . 


S:>0 


— Anna (Knidit) . . 


. 393 


— Aiuile Eliza [IX] . . 


837 


— Bernard [VI] . 199, • 


•01, 2n2 


— r..^rnarJ 


. l'.-9 


— Beruard Lincoln [IX] 


. 619 



jRi;tN, liorn.ard Richardson 

[VllI] .... 531, sl9 

- Caroline Mackcy [VI 1] 329, 53'5 

- C.athcrluc (Xlarkliain) 9U7 

- Charles Reynolds [V 1 1] 330, 

538 
-Charlotte A. (Coolidu'.') 

[VII] 330 

- Cornelia (lleushaw) [VIII] 534 

- Curnelia S. (Wilcox) . S37 

- Cornelia \Ventworlh[IX] 819 
-David 393 

- Elizabeth .... 904. 1029 

- Elmina M. (Richardson) 

[VII] 195.325 

- Eniilic Augusta [VIII] . 533 

- Eunice (BurrUl) . . . 199 

- Eunice (Orac) [VI] 200-201. 

201, 202, 328, 329, 330, 537 

- Ezra [\1I] . 19G, 325, 325, 

531,532, 533 

- Ezra 199, 202 

- Florence [VIII] . . . 533 

- Frederic [IX] .... 819 

- George [VII] .... 329 

- George Ezra [VIII] . . 532 

- George Thomas [Vin] . 537 

- Harriet (Kimball) . . 452 

- James 325, 326 

- James Dinian [VII] 325-327, 

327, 533, 534, 535 

- Jane (McBaruey) [VII] 329, 

53S 

- Jane S. (Thomas) [VII] 329 
-Jemima [IX] .... 830 

- John 371 

- John Orne [VII] 202 n., 328- 

329, 329, 537 

- John Orne [VITI] . 1S2, 201. 

330. 333 n.. 537 

- Joseph William . . . 907 

- Joshua Septimus . . . 830 

- Julia E (Lincoln) [VIII] 532 

- Lois(Diman)[Vr, 99.100,195, 

193-199, 200, 325 

- Louisa (Ropes) [VII] . 392 

- Mary [VII] 452 

- JIary 202, S70 

- Mary (Green) .... 202 

- Mary R. (Pealc) [VIII] 329. 

533 

- Mary Good;do [VIII] 372, 617 

623 



Grkex, Minerva B. (Slater) 

[Vll] 329 

— Xallian [VII] 370-371, 370 ii 

— Nathan Gnodale [VIII] . 623 

— Nicholas St. John [VIII] 534. 

819 

— Rebecca C. (Blanchai-d) 

[VIII] 532 

— Sally 402 

— Samuel . . .60, 393, 393 n. 

— Samuel Worcester . . S37 

— Sarah A. (Dnrcll) [VII] 327 

— Sarah Elizabeth [VIII] . 532 

— Susannah (Parker) . . 199 

— Thankfid (Goodale) [VII] 370, 

623 

— Thomas 393 

— Wdliani 452 

Green family 196 

Greene, .Agnes Love . . lOSl 

— Albert Emerson [IX] 819 

— Almira 2^5 

— Angeliuc (Clark) [VI] 285-286 

— Charles Ezra [VIII] 535-536, 

536, 819 

— Elizabeth Clarke . . . 1014 

— Elizabeth O. (Blancliard) 

[VIII] . . . 532, 538 

— EUen Louisa [Mil] 770, lOOS 

— EnicUne (Pickering) [VII] 492, 

770 

— Florence (Emerson) [VIII] 536 

— James Diman [VIII] 532, 537, 

538 

— James Durell [VIII] 533-534 

I — Jolm Clark 2S5 

', — John Stock ford [VII] . 493 

I — Mary 740 

j — Nathaniel 13G 

! — Samuel S. . . 199 n., 202 n. 

; — Sarah C 2>5 

j— Stephen B 285 

I — Susannah Clarke . . . 907 
j — Thomas ... 199 u., 202 n. 
! — & Danforth 535 

Greesleaf, Gasou . . . 4S5 
I — Harriet J. [VII] ... 485 
j — Nancy H. (Joy) . . . 485 
j Gree.vough, Charles P. . 946, 9^3 

, — Horatio 716 

I — Laura 710 

Gr.EE.vwooD, . . .67. 89 

I — Emily Adeli [IX] ... 800 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



1121 



Grkfnwood, T>aac J. . . 

— Jolm UaaJciIph . . . 

— ilary J. (Kiiboru) 
Gregory, Sarah . . . . 
UuiryiN, Amelia (Bronsoii) 

— Cliarlie [IX] . . . . 

— Emogcne (Dubucy) [IXj 

— Epliraini Berdsoy . . . 

— Frances UmiijcrfoiJ . 

— Hauaah 

— Haiinali E. (U'ellington) 

[VIII] 171, 47-3, 47:i II 

— Lydia 339, 

— MariUa [X] 

— Marilla (Guimisoii) 

— Marrilla Abigail . . . 

— Martha 

— WiUardP 

— William Edward [VIII] 
-) 



89 n. 
800 
SUO 
711 
S07 
807 
807 
807 
58S 
5C7 

I , 754 
359 11. 
1058 

105 S 

1034 
896 

1058 
754 
21S 
237 
997 

997 
997 
633 
573 
960 



Gkiffiih, Catherine R. ( 
Griffiths, Anne .... 
Griggs, Benjamin F. . . . 

— Bertha Williams [IX] . 

— Katharine F. ( ) . . 

Grihau, MarccUiua [VIII] 
Grimes, Hiram .... 

— Susan 

Grimes familj 961 

Grixnell, George Bird . . 1016 
Griswold, EJyth Green 

[X] ...... 1021 

— George 1021 

— Lydia (Alley) .... 1021 
Groce, Lucy [Vll] ... 378 

— Lucy (Houghtou) . . 37S 

— Obadiah 378 

Grote, Martin F. . . . 4S9 

Grlxh, Francii .... G43 

Grcsdmans, . . . 1042 

Grcsu, Abigail (Badger) . 612 

— Emily [VIII] . . . 612, 612 

— JobT 612 

— Martha [VIII] . . . 612, 012 

— Martha 1069 

Gcepin, .... 435, 719 

GcERSSEY, W. H. . . . 278 

Guest, Elizabeth ... 770 

Guild, Benjamin .... 699 

— Charles Eliot [VIII] 423, 699- 

700, C99 n., 975. 10'^5 

— Edward Chipman . . . 1055 

— Eliiia (Flioi) .... 09'.i 

— Emma (Cadwalladcr) . 1085 



Guild, Emma Rosalie [X] . 423. 
699, 1085 

— Henry Eliot [IX] ... 979 

— Mary L. (Eliot) [VIII] . 699, 

699, 979 

— Robert Wheaton [IX] . 979 

— & Eastman 699 

Guild family 699 n. 

Guile family 699 u. 

GuNNlsox, Marilla . . . 1058 
GcRLEY, Barney .... 998 

— Eli/.:ibeth Subiiia [IX] . 998 

— Subiiia (Suidcr) . . . 998 
GCRNEY, .Vuna (Clapji) [X] 1062 

— Mary ( ) .... 1UG2 

— Silas 1062 

— Silas Angier [X] . . . 1062 
Glssitt & Upliam . . . 445 
GuTHRiEs, Mary Ann . . 1022 
GuTTEXBERG, Emma ( ) 1003 

— Frank 1003 

— Zoe Berenice [IX] . . 1003 
GwiNN, Ehza Ann . . 1072 



HiCKER, . ... 403 

IlACK.tTT, Martha ( ) . 71)5 

— Mary A. [VIII] ... 765 

— Michael 765 

IlAD.iw.AY, Catherine E. (Car- 

ler) 771 

— Ella E. C. (Kibby) [VIII] 771 

— J. Masou [VIII] ... 771 

— JohnT 771 

Hadley, Harriet F. [VIII] 531 

— Louisa Jane 827 

Hager, Da\-id 1028 

— Eleanor L. (McCleeiy) . 102S 

— Mary Ann [X] . . . . 1028 
Haistixgs, Anna J. (Hannas) lOJ? 

— Ella F. [X] 1028 

— James 1028 

Hake, Clarissa Amilda [X] 1029 

— Elizabeth J. (Everett) 

[IX] . . 803, 102S. 1029 

— Emma Kate [X] . . . 1029 

— Helen Liviiijston . . . 561 

— Jolm Philip S03 

— Mary Louisa [X] . . . 1028 

— Sarah (Snidor) ... S03 

— William [IX] .... 803 
ILu-E. AbbyE. I)a\i=[VllIj 770 

— Abig;iil 789 



(Diefeudorf) 



92u 
475 
475 
497 
619 
770 
813 
786 
901 
920 
770 
770 
475 
786 
785 
785-787 
920 
786 



657 
585 



873 



Halk, Am 

— AiioU.^s .... 

— Betsey [Vll] . . 

— Cclia'[VII] . . . 

— Ediiah .... 

— Elizabeth (Bartlon) 

— Harriet .... 

— Harry .... 

— ilcury & Co. . . 

— Jennie Louise [IX] 
-Jesse William [VllI] 

— Joshua .... 

— Lucina (Adams) . , 

— Luciuua (Eddy) 

— Mary (Lee) [IX] . 

— Matthew [IX] . . 

— Ozro J 

-Roberts. . . . 

— Cowen & Bulkley . 
Hall. ( l^arkiuson) 

— Andrew .... 

— Charlotte E. (Browne) 

[IX] 

— Edward Fitch [VIII] 584-585, 

744 

— Edward Fitch [IX] 873, 1062 

— Elizabeth .... 560, 919 

— Ellen Harriet [VIII] 656-657 

— Emily (Onic) [VII] 330, 332, 

333 

— Emily Matilda .... 744 

— Eunice (Fitch) . . . 585 

— George \Vasliingtou [VIII] 

330, 333 
_ n. S. ( ) ... . 516 

— Ilimiali 910 

— Harriet (Parkinson) . . S23 

— Harriet 0.(Xichols)[VII] 330, 

333 

— Henrietta Peirce [IX] 

— Henry I'tirce [X] 

— Hiram De Witt [IX] 

— Isaac Uriukrow . . 

— J. Hiram .... 

— John Prinkrow . . 

— Joseph De Witt [X] . 

— Laura D. (Page)[iX] 300, 873- 

874 

— Marcus Peirce [IX] . . 873 

— M.iriaL. L ^X] '. . . 1063 

— Maria M. (Lathrop) [IX] 876- 

877, lii03 

— Marian Amelia [IX] . . 823 



872 

1062 
877 

057 

877 

•^23 

1063 



1122 



IJ^DEX OF NAJIES. 



Hall, Martha P. (Dowst) 

[Vlll] 628 

— Mary 1073 

— Mary E. (Pcircc) [VIII] 573, 

576, 584, S72. S7:5 

— Mary Ellen [\11I] 500, 627- 

628, G2S, 919 

— Mary Ellen [IX] ... 872 

— Rebecca 35 S 

— Rose C. (Hickman) [X] 1063 

— Sally (Burns) [VIII] 566, G27, 

62S 

— Silence S. (De Witt) . S77 

— Susan Ellenj 9U 

— William . . . 560, 027, G2S 

— William Henry [Vlll] 500. 027. 

628, 919 

Hall family 5S5 

Halset, Catliarine TillLng- 

hast [VIII] . . 769-770 

— Charles 770 

— Julia Leake 770 

Hambleti, Mehitable . . 6i2 
Hamersly, Thomas H. S. 5S1 n., 

740 n., 933 n., 960 n., 963 n. 
H.1.MILT0X, .... 486 

— Alexander 145, 151, 254, 203 

— Alexander James . . . 797 

— Josephine Lyon [X] . . 1025 

— Julia Thatcher [X] . . 1024 

— Margaret G. (Frye) [IX] 797. 

1024, 1025 

— Mary (Dean) .... 797 

— Mary Clinton [X] . . . 1024 

— Robert Douglas [IX] . 797 

— Theresa M. (Johnson) 

[Vll] .... 486-487 
Hammett, Ann [VIII] . . 567 

— Ann Sigoumey .... 340 

— Benjamiu 567 

— Mary ( ) .... 567 

Hamhill, Caleb .... 1023 

— Eliz.abeth F. (Trowbridge) 1023 

— Elizabeth Trowbridge [X] ] 79, 

ISO, 1023 
Hammo.vd, Ann A. (Hara- 

den) [IX] .... 855 

— Charles M:lilin [X] 101 i 1017 

— Charlotte [VII] 202 n., 453,454 

— Daniel 453, 45 I 

— Elizabeth C. (Mifflin) . 1017 

— Gardiner Greene . 907,11117 

— Harriet P. (Lee) [X] . 1017 



Hammond, Jijiejih . . S85 

— Joseph Leonard [IX] 885 

— Lucy S.(Ballou)[ Vlll] lOUi 

— Mary 420 

— Mary C 8S5 

— Mary C. (Hammond) . 8S5 

— Sally (Stoddard) . . 453,454 

— Samuel 967 

— Sarah Stoddard [VII] 453, 454 

— Susannah C. (Greene) . 967 

— Ursula [IX] .... 1001 
Hasaforu, Pheho A. . . 514 n. 
Hancock, WinGcld Scott . 74S 
Haxd, Augustus C. . . . 786 

— Ellon Salome .... 7SG 
Haxdeusox, Hannah (.Mead) 6SS 

— Harriet Mead [Vlll] . 688 

— Phiueas 6SS 

Handt, (Sloan) . . 921 

— Benoni [VII] .... 493 

— Caroline E. (Pickering) 

[VII] 493 

— Elizabeth Sloan [IX] . . 921 

— George 493 

— Parker 921 

— Ruth (Estes) .... 493 

HiXXAS, Anna J 1028 

Uaxsox, Alexander Contco 15G, 269 

— Alexander Contee, Mrs. 269, 270 

— Mary Elizabeth . . . 1038 
Haradek, Andrew [VIII] 595, 885 

— Andrew [IX] .... 885 

— Andrew . . 198, 359, 359 u. 

— Ami .Augusta [IX] . . 885 

— Augusta^C. (Ober) [VIII] 596 

— Clara Kenfield [IX] . . 108 

— Edward 198 

— Eunice (Diman) [VI] 99, 196, 

196, 197 n. 

— Hannah .... 197, 197 n. 

— Hannah (Dead man) . . 197 

— Joauna ( ) .... 198 

— John 198 

— Jonathan [VI] . 99, 100, 110, 

196-198, 198 u., 337, 359 

— Jonathan [Vll] . . 198, 359 

— Jonathan 197 

— Joseph 198 

— Lydia (Griffin) . . 359. 359 n. 

— Lydia Anil [VIII] . 595, S>. I 

— Mary [Vlll] :;5'J, 596, 855, 880 

— Mary ( ) .... 195 

— PoUy 198 



HaRade-V, Sarah (IKiifield) 

[VII] 359, 

363, .-.95, 590 

— Sarah A. (Glbnev) [IXj 885 

— Sarah Hardy [VIII] . . 595 
ILiitADEN family .... 220 
Haralson, Areliibaid . S07, 803 

— Bortraiid [IX] . . . 866, SOS 

— Fannie Liutot [X] . . 1061 

— Fergus Dui)lantier[IX]S07, 868 

— Frances T. (Pcirce) [IX] 836, 

866, 1059 

— Laura (Peirce) [IX] 868, 1001 

— Mary P. L. [X] . . . 1059 

— Therese L. A. (Pimt- 

BricuUet) .... 807, 868 

Hardcastle, Edward James 713 

Harding, Chcstir 157, 191, 248, 

254,261, 276, 414,500 

Hardy, John 73 

— Joseph [IV] . 40,70,71-74 

— Joseph [V] . 72, 73, 105-106 

— Joseph 72, 74 

— Lydia [V] 102, 107, 219, 221, 

222, 223, 224 

— Martha [V] 102, 204, 205, 206, 

207 

— Mai7 [V] 102, 106, 213, 217, 

218, 219 

— :Mary ( ) .... 72 

— ilary (Grafton) . . 74, 219 

— ilary Augusta .... 529 

— Kancy 426 

— Ruth [V] 102, 108-109, 224, 

225. 227, 229, 230, 231, 2:52 

— Sarah [V] 80, 101, 102, 203, 204 

— Sarah (Pickeriug) [IV] 40, 61, 

62, 70-71, 72, SO, 101, 102, 
104, 105, 106, 107, 108 

— Sceth[V] 102,104,210,211, 

212 

— Seeth 72 

— Thomas 360 

— William 45 

Hardy family .... 73, 354 
Harklerode, Clara [X] .1035 

— Eliza J. (Uabucy) [IX] 807, 

1035 

— Ehzaheth [X] . . . . 1035 

— William [IX] .... 807 
IIaknde.v, Frederick [Vlll] 542 

— Frederick Emerson [IX] 821 

— Katharine Orne [IX]. . 821 



I^^I)EX OF XAJfES. 



1123 



IliRNDEN, Mary C. (Kiiirr- 

son) [Vlli] :i.)i>,:;:i2 n., 3;i;?, 
541, S2l 

— Mary E. (Sherman) . . 3U 

— Sylvester jil 

lI.viiPER, Charles Lcinliic . 473 

— Jane Eliza [VU] ... 473 
1I\URI.MAN, Hnilis-ah E. 

[VIII] . . . 730-731 

— Jolm 731 

— Riichel (Gilo) .... 731 

— Sarah 913 

Harrington', Caroliuc Bishop 

[X] 1043 

— Ella Maria [X] . . . . 1043 

— Ellen U.(Milki)[ IX] 828. 1013 

— Jonas Bond S28 

— Margaret ( ) ... 82S 

— Mary Bond [X] ... 1043 

— Richard [IX] ... . 828 
Harris, Cliarlotte C. . . 765 

— Datus Wlutt.il.cr [VIII] 542 

— Elizaheth II 10S3 

— Ella M. (Harrington) [X] 1043 

— Emily 0. (Spencer) [Vlll] 542 

— George 1043 

— George "William [VIII] . 761 

— Harriet EUeu .... 532 

— Joanna 106, 107 

— Josiah 107 

— Lucy 570 

— Lucy D.(Th.nber) [VIII] 761 

— Mary 459 

— Mary J. C. ( ) . . 1043 

— Mehitable [VIII] . . . 642 

— Mehitable (Ilainl)lett) . 642 

— Naucy 596 

— Owen 64 

— Samuel 642 

— Thaddens Williun. . . 87^ 

— "Walter Chaniii [X] . . 1043 
Harrison, Bonjuuin . S09, 1015 

— EUaD. (Davi,)[VlII] . 770 

— Grace Eleanor .... 350 

— Ira David [VIII] ... 770 

— James 770 

— Mary S. (Evens) ... 770 
Hart, Annette C. (Potter) 999 

— Annie P. (Stn.lley) [IX] 820 

— Caroline G. (Blancliard) 

[VIII] 820 

— Ciiarhs Benjaiiiin ... 999 

— Clarcj (Clark) .... 1029 



HiRT, Eliz-alicth ( ) . 

— Estellc Louise [IX] . 

— Henry Green [l.V] 

— James 

— .Man ha S. (Tucker) [IX] 

— Mary 

— Mary L. (Hake) [X] 

— Roswell [X] . . 

— Sallie (Cook) [VIII] 

— Sanih 

— Thomas S 

— AVilliam Henry [IX] . 
Hartsuorn, Elizabeth I)us 

ton 

IIartsuoun'i;, Ce!sey 
IlARin-Ei.L, Lucy Maria. 
Harvf.y, Lyilia . . . 

— Martha Mellieeut . . 

— Sarah .... 
IIauwood, Eniiiic A. (Green) 

[VIII] .... 

— Herbert Joseph [VIII] 

— Joseph Alfred . . . 

— Lucy M. (Hartwell) . 
Haskell, Ahee (Hathaway) 

— Annie E. (Joyslin) [X] 

— Augustus Mellen . 

— Caroline "Watts [IX] 

— Dorcas [VIII] . . 

— Dorcas (Larrabee) 

— E 
George Burgess [X] 
George "O'liitfield 

— Martha D. (Burgess) 
Olive 341 

— T. H 

— "William 
Haskins, Caroline (Gray) 

[IXJ 

— Elizabeth (Foxcroft) 
John [IX] 
JIary 

— Thomas .... 
Hastings. Benjamin . 

— EllzahtthO. (Abbott) rx] 

— Georje Wiiipple [X] . 

— Lydia(Towue)[VlII] 

— "Mary 

— Mary A. (Gnthries) . 

— Nancy (Wycth) . . 

— Uichard Clark . . . 

— Sally (Jarves) . . . 

— Samuel . . . . 



= 9S 
999 
820 
1029 
898 

4St 

1028 

1029 

623 

2(io 

!>9b 
898 

36C 
5iO 
533 
825 
937 
504 

533 

533 

533 

533 

770 

1023 

467 

776 

609 

009 

770 

1023 

1023 

1023 

341 n. 

6S2 

609 



62.-. 

1022 
S4S 
543 
620 

1022 



Hastings, Sumncl Jarves 

[VIII] 620 

— Sarah Ga!c> [IX] . . . &i8 
IIatcii, Abigail Je-op , . 1024 

— AMii.lh (lUeder). . . 1033 

— Charles Clark .... 1024 

— Daniel 1020 

— ri.)rencc f X] . . . . 1033 

— Erederick William [X] . lOTO 

— Jennie 11. (Bosson) [X] 1070 

— .MarUn Finch [X] . . . 1024 

— -Mary C. (Hamilton) , Xj 1024 

— S.irah W. (Hunter) ! . 1070 

— Sylvester 1033 

— William Buyd .... 1070 

— & W'lxUon 1026 

IlATnAWAY, Alice .... 776 

— Aiin[X] 1059 

— Annie F. (McCurdy) . 1059 

— Samuel 1059 

Hatuorni;, .... 45 

— Benjamin 120 

— Eunice 545 

— Hannah ..... 120 

— Hannah ( ) ... 120 

— John .... 34, 36, 37, 168 

— Mary (Foster) . . 168, 169 

— "\ViUiara 17 

Havghton, Perkins & Co. . 717 

Havi N, Rev. . . . :''G2 

Havens, Ehza [VII] ... 478 
Hawls, CaroUne[VIl] . . 481 

— Caroline A. ( ) . . SS2 

Hawkes, Benjamin ... 890 

— Fannie (Swcetser) . . ?90 

— Mary Boutwell [IX] SS9, 890 
H.vTVKiNS, Sarah .... 492 
Hawks, Lydia (Burrill) . . 49 
Hawlet, Bessie .... 798 

— Lucrctia [VIII] ... 591 

— Mary Ann 1056 

H\wtiiorne, Xathaniel . . 540 
Hayden, Abigail .... 850 

— Harriet (Putnam) [VIII] 445, 

729 

— Horace John [VIII] . . 729 

— John Cole 729 

— Susan A. B. (Williams) . 729 
Hates, Rutherford Bnrchard 039 
Havnes, 580 

— Alvin Wesley [IX] . . 818 

— Eli/.abeth 334 

— Eliz.abelh (Canney) . . 818 



112i 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



IIayxes James . . 

— Mary (Ulmfr) . 

— .Maltliow . . . 

— Sarali F. (Iloiidfrsou) 

[IX] ... . 

II.VVWAEI), . . . 

— Lucy Cliurcliill . . 
lI.vz.iRD, Elizabetli . . 

— Elvira 

— Martha Dc Wolf . . 

— Thomas R 

H.\zz.\RD, Harriet A. ^IX] 

— John 

He.vdlet, Pbineas C. 
IIe.vlt, Grorge P. A. 
Heard, Amy [VIII] . 

— Augustiue .... 

— Augustine & Co. 



818 
331 
331 

818 

S3. 
GOO 
810 
813 
325 
355 11. 
800 

soo 

935 u. 
470 
716 
716 



313, 514, 603, 
716 

— Jane L. (de Couiuck) . 716 
IlEiTU, Susannah .... 413 
HEATHilAX, Almira . . . 802 
Heatox, Aaron M. ... 99S 

— Frances M. (Curtis) [IX] 996 

— Henry M. [IX] . . . 998 

— Julia C. (Collins) [IX] . 998 

— Martha S. (Booth) . . 998 

— Mary ( ) .... 996 

— Reuben A 996 

— Robert Carter [IX] . . 996 
Hedge, Sarali Lydia . . . 919 
Hkixt7.ei.max, SaiMuel P. . S71 
HEiTiUN, F. B. 217 n., 21S n., 305 n. 
Uemexwat, Augustus . . 547 
Henderson', Amanda Au 

gusfa [IX] . 

— Ellen (Comptou) [IX] 

— Emeliue Augusta . . 

— Emily 

— Frances II. (Bionn) . 

— Isabel Scott 

— James AVilham [IX] . 

— Lovem 

— Lucy 

— Margaret (Roberts) . 

— Maria S. (Dlmau) [\1II] 



1038 
818 

1044 

886 

831, SS4 

884 

818 

1007 

104S 
529 

529, 
SI 7. SIS 

— Mary Elizabetli [VII] 410, 420 

— Samuel 831, 884 

— Sarah (Deming) . . . 420 

— Sarah E. (Ires) MX] . . 884 

— S.irah Ellcii [IX] . . 831, sSl 

— Sarah Frances [IX] . . 818 



nENDEti:50N, Soplirouia AlUl 

[IX] .... 817, 103S 

— 'Waltor Clevcluud ... &b4 

— William 420, 520 

— William Cleveland [IX] 831, 884 

— William Millett [VIII] . 529 
HtNt'iKLD, Auua (Maiijfi. Ill) 

[VI] . . . 219-220, 222 

— Anna (Ward) [VI] 219-220, 

222 

— Caroline Matilda [IX] . 902 

— Clara (Larrabee) [VI (] . 360 

— Dorcas (Haskell) [VIl'l] 609 

— Edmund [V] .... 108 

— L.lmuhd [VI] . . . 221. o*'3 

— Edn.uud rVII] . 363, COS, 009 

— Eliza (Elliot) [IX] . . 902 

— Eliza (Guddaid) [HI] 300, 360 

— Elizabeth (Munday) [Vll] 363 

— Elizabeth G. (Sweetser) 

[VIII] 608 

— Elh-n Maria [IX] ... 903 

— Elma J. (Thurston) [IX] 902, 

902 

— Elma J. (Webster) [EX] 902 

— George Hardy [VIII] . 596 

— George Warren FIX] 902. 1076 

— Ileury Green [IX] ' 901. 1076 

— John "[VI] .... 108,223 

— John [VII] . . 360, 363, 507 

— John [VIII] . . .609,903 

— Jonathan [VI] .... 224 

— Jonathan [VII] ... 363 

— Jonathan 108 

— Joseph [VI] 108, 219, 220, 358 

359, 360 

— Joseph [VIII] 597, 603. 901, 

902 

— Joseph [IX] .... 881 

— Jo>eph lOS 

— Joseph Hardy [VII] 73, 359- 

360, 360, 596 

— Lizzie Motley [X] . . 1076 

— Lydia [VI] "221, 300. 301, 302 

— Lydia [VII] . 358. 593, 595 
~ Lvdia (Bastoii) ... 108 

— Lydia(Hardy) [ V] 102. 107, 219, 

221, 222. 223, 224 

— Lydia Ann [VIIT . 596, 880 

— Lvdia A. (Godda.d) [Vir 360. 

300 

— M,abcl Alice [X] . . . 1076 

— Martha [VI] 223, 223, 373, 374 



IlExriELl), Mary [VI] 222, 366, 

367, 308, 300, 370, 371, 616, 

621 

-Mary [VIII] .... 608 

— Mary 201 

— Mary (Beadle) [VI] . . 221 

— Mary Eliz.abeth [I\] . 901 

— Mary J. (Erskinc) [IX] . 902 

— Nancy U. (Howard; [VIII] 596 

— Robert Swcetscr [IX] . 902 

— Ruth [VI] 224, 374, 370. 377 

— S.illy [VI 11] . . 609, 902, 903 

— Sarah [VI] 222, 303, 301, 30,5 

— Sarah [VII] 359, 363, 595, 

596 

— Sarah (Browne) [VIII] . 597 

— Sarah (Browne) [IX] . 881 

— Sarah B. ( Poland) [VII] 360 

— Thomas [VII] .... 363 

Henley, Mary 236 

Henry III, King .... 2, 5 
IIen.sitaw, Cornelia [VIII] 534 

— John 531 

— Mary A. (Lewis) ... 531 
Herlingf.r, David . . . 1033 

— Elizabeth [X] . . . . 1033 

— Margrethia (Wagner) . 1033 
Herm.o-, Laura E.^X] . 896 

— Martha (GrifEu) ... 895 

— William 896 

Herner, Susann .... 1036 
Herrick, Hannah . . . 612 

Hesketiis, .... 8 

Hews, Molly 282 

HlBR.^RD, .... 367 

IIiciiENS, .... 348 

Hickman, George Washing- 
ton 1063 

— Marie A. (Booe) . . . 1003 

— Rose Corenue [X] . . 1063 
Hicks, Edgar 1053 

— Elizabeth ISO 

— George Frost [X] . . . 1053 

— Joshua ISO 

— Lydia 600 

— Martha (Derby) ... 1«0 

— Sarah II. (Jewett) [X] . 1053 

— Sarah L. (Frost) . . . 1053 

— Thomas H 457 

HiGBEE, Carrie Lucrctia 

[VIII] 765 

— Edward D 765 

— Jcrusha L. (Perry) . . 765 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



1125 



IIiGGl.vs, Amdi:! [IX] . . 802 

— Aimc (Robseii) . . . SOi 

— JoelN 80:2 

IIinGiNsos, Augustus Barker 

[X] 1021 

— Deborah [VI] . . . 178-179 

— EdjthG. (Griswol.l) [X] 1021 

— Elizabftli 17S, 179, 1S7, :;-'U 

— Elizabeth (Cabot) . . 179, ilO 

— Ehzabeth II. (Barker) 

[IX] 781,840 

— Elizabeth Sewall . . . 3S5 

— Esther (Cabot) ... 180 

— Esther (Gariiuer) [VI] 93, 179. 

ISO 

— Francis [VI] 17S, 179-180, 

1S7, 234 

— Fraucis 93 

— Fraucis Jolin .... 675 

— Francis Lee [IX] 783-784, 7S4 

— George [VIII] 179, 490. 501- 

502 

— George [IX] . . 781, 1021 

— George [X] 1021 

— George 502 

— Hannah 222 

— Henry Lee [IX] 781-782, 7S2 

— Ida 0. F. (Agassiz) [IX] 782, 

1019 

— James Jackson [IX] 782, 1021 

— John 52, 72, 92, 133, 134, ISO 

— Julia (Borland) [IX] . 784 

— Louisa [VIII] . . 675-676 

— Margaret B. (Graoie) 

[IX] 782 

— Margaret Gracie [X] . 1021 

— Martlia (Babcock) . . 502 

— Martha (Salisbury) . . 3S5 

— Martha Salisbury [VII] 179, 

385-386, 502, 913 

— Mary C. (Lee) [Vlll] 501, 7S1, 

7S3, 783 

— Hilary F. (Girvan) [X] . 1021 

— Mary Lee [IX] . 783, 1021 

— Stephen . . . 179, 3S5, 3S6 

— Suf^au C. (Channing) . 675 

— Thomas Wentworth . . 3S5 
lIii.DRETH, Anna (Sinitii) 

[IX] 310 

— Clinrlcs Henry .... SIO 

— Eli/.a (Brown) .... 810 

— George W 810 

— Loring Thayer .... 810 



H:i.L, f)72 

— Abl.y E. n. (Kiugsl)ury) 1073 

— Edward Ruthvcii . . . 1073 

— E.uily R. [VIII] ... 768 

— llaiiiiltou A. ... 215 u. 

— Hamilton Aioiizo . . . 9S7 

— .loscph 4SS 

— Lucretia (Fleniiug) . . 7US 

— Lucy [VII] 488 

— Martlia Agnes [X] . . 1073 

— Mary 255, 255 u. 

— Mary (Pomeroy) . . . 4SS 

— Mary E. (Robbins) . . 9S7 

— JEary HamUtoii [IX] . . 987 

— Samuel 76S 

— Thankful 61 

HiLLURD, Anna Crane . . 874 
HiLLMAN', Jane A. (Van 

Wernier) 1027 

— John 1027 

— John Wesley [X] . . . 1027 

— Rosalie (Frye) [X] . . 1027 
Hills, Ami (Edwards) [VIII] 564 

— Elizabeth K. (Nichols) 

[IX] 939 

— Francis Lowell [IX] 939-940 

— Ilarriuil F. (Robbins) . 94u 

— Jusci.h Snow .... 940 

— Julia Emma .... 1018 

— :Margaret E 96S 

— Sarah (Harvey) . . . 564 

— "VVilli.am 564 

— ■\Villiain Henry [VIII] . 564 
Hilton', George .... 255 
IIiLTZ, Alice Rebecca [IX] 910 

— Hannah (Noble) ... 614 

— Jacob 614 

— Martha D. (Wavd) [VIII] 614, 

910 

— TVilliam S. [VIII] . . 614 
HiNCKS, Anson Burliiigame 93.'j 

— Edward \Vins!ow[lX] 933-935 

— EIi/;d)(th P. (Xicliu!0 

[IX] 933 

HiSKS, Erza D. . . . 03S u. 

Hixss, Edward Ward [IX] 933- 

935, 935 n. 

— Elisha 935 

— Elizabeth 11. (Weutworth) 935 

HirPOfRATKS 1S5 

HiTciiiNns, Margaret . . 636 n. 

— Mary ....... 636 

Hoar, Sarah 536 



HoMi faiiidy 536 

lluHAur, I'otcr 105 

lIouHs, Daniel 889 

— Elizabeth Sargent [IX] . 889 

— Sarah 892 

— Sarali (Sargent) ... 889 
HoBBV, Sir Charles . . 176, 2SS 

— Jane [III] . 50-51, S7, 27S, 

550, 615 
HoDGDos, Arthur ;Manilicld 926 

— Hannah II. (Phelps) . . 926 

— Margaret A. (Symonds) 

[IX] ...'... 925 

— Samuel [IX] . . 925-926 

— Samuel . 13S, 140, 151. 920 

— Samuel Ilolman . . 926 
HoPGES, Abigail E. (White) 751 

— Benjamin .... 228, 3S1 

— Go.rgc [VII] . . 350-351 

— George Atkinson . . . 751 

— Hannah (Phippen) [VII] 350, 

563 

— Jane 1035 

— John 350 

— John, Mrs 96 

— Jonathan 275 

— Lydia [VIII] . . . 568, S58 

— M"ary 275, 463 

— Mary (.Mannins) . . . 350 

— Mary Phippen[ VIII] . 568 

— Mary Stone [VIII] 424, 750- 

751, 873 
Hodgson, Harriet (Pratt) . 455 

— James 455 

HoFiJiAN, Elizabeth (Harkle- 

rode) [X] .... 1035 

— Lewis [.X] 1036 

— Susann (lleruer) . . . 1036 

— William 1036 

HoFiMAN, VOX, Louis Ferdi- 
nand 1050 

— Lydia G. (Ward) [X] . 1050 

— Paulina E. (Mayer) . . 1050 

— Richard [X] .... 1050 
HoLUROOK, Adin .... 688 

— Laurinda[VIII] ... 688 

— Polly (Warren) ... 6SS 
HoLnKK, Harriett .... 954 
Holland, .... 580 

— Ann 5S4 

— Charles Ilenry .... 916 

— Elizabeth P."(Cosgro\c) 

[IX] .... 869-870 



1126 



jyDEX OF XAJfES 



YIolulSd, rranccs Temple 

[X] 868, lOfU 

— llcmy Oigood [\] . . 1061 

— Henry W 21f. n. 

— Labiile L. (Muc.uliiey) 

[X] ... 1061-1062 

— John [IX] . . . 869, lOGl 

— Johu 583 

— Laura (Pierce) [VIIT] . lOG, 

215, 216, 21S, 575, ST^s 5S1, 

582-583, 5SS, SOS, 8GS, Si39, 

870 

— Laura Pcircc [IX] . . 870 

— Margaret (llutcliins) . 916 

— Nellie Ilowar.l [IX] 915-916 

— Samuel May [VI II] ;S2, 583- 

584, 5Si 

— Sarah (May) .... 5S3 

— Sarali Mareia [IX] . 354, 870 
IIOLLIXGSWORTII, Clara E. 

(Gale) [VIII] ... 755 

— Eliott T7. [VlII] . . 755-756 

— Ferris 756 

— Hannah fW''oodbnclge) . 756 
lIoLLisTF.R, Harry . . . 884 

— JIary A. (Ycmaus) . . SS4 

— Sarah L. [IX] . . 883-884 
IIoLi.isTox, Janet .... 821 
Holly, Charles rraukliu [X] 1028 

— Commodore Perry [X] . 1028 

— Ella V. (HaistLujs; [XJ . 1028 

— I-aiira (Filley) .... S02 

— Maiy A. (Curtis) [IX] . 802, 

1028 

— Nancy E. (Withrow) 

[X] 1028 

— Walter [IX] .... 802 

— Walter 802 

HoLiiAX, Betsey (r..irr) . . 571 

— Betsey Barr [VllI] . 206, 571 

— Eliza Hodges (LX) 858, 1058 

— Elizabeth (Kin?) ... 568 
-Elizabeth (Reeves) . . 206 

— Gabriel [VI] . 206, 568, 571 

— Gabriel 206 

— Johu [VII] . 101, 340-341 

— Jouathaa .... 206, 571 

— Joseph [VII] . 104, 340, 559 

— Lois (Nelson) [VII] . 341 

— Lydia 20G 

— Lydia (Hodges) [VIII] 568, 

85S 

— Nancy 641 



IIoLMA.v, Olive (New.ll) 

[VII] 341 

— Ruth 30:i 

— Samuel [VIII] 2U6, 303, 568 

— Samuel 56 S 

— Sarah (Goodhue) [VI] . 206. 

340 

— Sarah (Peirce) [VII] . 340 

— S.arah Goodhue [Vm] 559, S 16 
Holmes, [IX] . . . 850 

— Abigail (Edward;.) [VIII] S49, 

S50 

— Abigail Evans [VIII] . 536 

— Albert Pierce [IX] . . 850 

— Alice (Crockell) [IX] . 850 

— George Edward [IX] . 849 

— Hester (Mcintosh) [IX] 849 

— John Henry [IX] . . . 849 

— Mary A. (Girdlcr) [IX] . 850 

— Naihauicl 536 

— Oliver Wendell 298, 444, 456, 709 

— Sarah [VI] 233 

— Sarah (Dclhoude) . . . 233 

— Sarah (Hoar) .... 536 

— Thomas 233 

Holt, Hiram 522 

HoLTOX, David Parsons 399 n., 

668 n. 

— Lydia 310 

HoLYOKE, Edward ... 89 n. 

— Edward A 190, 342 

— Eli/ur 89 n. 

— U.innah 89 n. 

HoLYOKE family .... 895 

HoMAXS, 32S 

HoMLR, 574 

Iloirts, Henry & Co. . . 616 
Hoxf.YcoMT!, Hannah . . S2S 
Hood, Catherine (McNelly) 476 

— Jacob 891 

— James 476 

— Jane [VII] 476 

— Jennie [IX] 891 

— John Gould 903 

— Julia 910 

— Mary Jane [IX] . . . 891 

— Sarah (Brown) .... 903 

— Sarah Maria [IX] . . . 903 

— Sophia (Needhaiii) . . S91 
IlnoK, Elsie Jaue .... 1077 

— Hannah P 449 

Hooker, Joscjih .... 871 

— Mary Ann 863 



Hooper, Abigad .... C59 

— Anuie Maria . . . 9S t. 09 1 

— Elisabeth Adams [X] 1062- 

1063 
1062 

777 
1062 

931 
1054 

231 



1079 



908 

908 

1079 

908 

1003 
929 
268 

1003 



— George Kennard . 

— Hannah .... 

— Louisa R. (.Vdams) 

— Nancy Brown . . 

— Sally 

— Sarah 

Hoover, Annie il. (Maloney) 

[X] 

— Jean JIcK. (Lemou) [IX] 908, 

1079 

— Lydia A. (Hubbard) . 

— Samuel 

— Samuel Lemon [X] . 

— William H. H. [IX] . 
HorKixs, Charles Floyd. 

— Charlotte Emily . . 

— Edward 

— Frances S. (Humphreys) 

— Kate Lamed [IX] 1002-1003 
HoPKixsox, Corinna A. 

(Prentiss) .... 701 

— Frances Stone [IX] . 203, 702, 

981-982 

— Grace Melleu [Mil] 203, 701- 

702, 9S1 

— John Prentiss 981, 985, 1002, 

1063 

— Mary E. Cn'at son) . . 9S1 

— Thomas 701 

Horn- family 189 

lIoRXE, John 

IIoRNE, see Orne. 
IloRTox, Abigail K. (Mayo) 

— Henry 

— Martha E 

— Melissa Helen [IX] . . 

IIOTTIXGl'ER, . . . 

IIouGHTCs, Lucy .... 

— Mifnin & Co 

House, Anna M. (Tingue) . 

— Frank Tiiiguo [IX] . 920-921 

— Helen L. (Ropes) [IX] . 920 

— James Bellenger . . . 921 

— Sarah Loring .... 525 
Hoi-SEL, Bell (Kincaid) [X] 1032 

— Elizabeth (Moffil) [X] . 1031 

— Emily Sophia [X] . . . 1031 

— Eveline (D.ibucy)[LX] 807, mi7, 

1031 



25 

905 
905 
750 
905 
247 
378 
469 
921 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



1127 



IIoi'SEL, George Absalom TX ' 1031 

— Ira J. [X] ....".' 1031 

— Isaac M. [IX] . . . . 807 

— Isaac XI. [X] .... 1031 

— Jarcd [IX] 804 

— Julia (DiUev) [\] . . 1031 

— Luciiula (MilKr)[IX] 804, lOol 

— Mai-y (Miller) .... 1023 

— Mary E. (KvorLtt) [\] . 1028 

— Mary Jane [X] ... 1031 
-Orlo[X] 1028 

— Totcr 804, 10-2 S 

— Saiiili (Mjrcs) .... SOI 
lIousTos, Grace BcUr [IX] 937 

— James B 937 

— Jane C. ( ) ... 937 

Hon-, LucT [VII] ... 364 
How VRD, Anna D.(Wliitiiig) 997 

— Anfipas 472 

— Benjamin 774 

— Calvin 761 

— Caroline 460 

— Charles Ridgely . . . 1050 

— Cloe (Darling) .... 472 

— EUza Ann [VII] ... 497 

— Eliza Hammond [VIII] . 567 

— Elizabeth A. (\\'atcr5) . 10.50 

— Frances I.(Cauineld)[IX]1004- 

1005 

— George Beers [IX] . . 1004 

— Georgiana 524 

— Gertrude [IX] .... 997 

— Harriot 6S5 

— Harriet (Lang) ... 774 

— Isaac 93 

— John 596 

— Joseph ....... 471 

— LelandOssian [IX] 2S1 n.,1004 

— Lucy D. (Thurber) [V III] 761, 

1004 

— Lucy Maria [IX] . 774-775 

— Marie T. (Clilton) [IX] 1004 

— M.iry[VII] 471 

— Nancy (Harris) . . . 59i> 

— Nancy Harris [VIII] . 596 

— Ossian Gregory [VIII] . 761 



— Sarah [VII] . 

— Sarah (French) 

— Sarali (Gregory) 

— Sophia Re.ad [X] 

— Su.sanua . . . 

— Thcauua . . . 



472. 753 
. 471 
. 761 
. 1050 
. 400 
. 753 



WiliiiimH 997 



How.^BD & Shcpley . . CSl, C82 
HoMK, Amos 4S2 

— Athtrliiula Chesterfield 

[VII] ...... 478 

— Caudacc (BuiTum) . . 4S2 

— Eli 4S1 u. 

— Elias [VII] . . . 481-182 

— Enuly .Mariah .... lOSU 

— Eunice (Pickering) lVU] 481 

— GiiriKOi B 475 n. 

— Ileury 5S0 u. 

— J., Murray & Bradlee . 993 

— Lucy 494 

— Parna 483 

— Richard 170 

IIo-.vts, Elizabeth (Burley) 510 

— Frederick 516 

— James [IX] . ... 886 

— Martha H.(Chisholni)[IX] 35'J, 

886 

— Mary (Worcester) . . 8S6 

— Mercy 694 

— Sarali 901 

— Susan Burley [VIII] 95, 1S7, 516 

-William . " 8S0 

HovT, Enaphras .... 134 

— Fmaces E 1005 

nurBJ.E.D, Egerton . . . 656 

— LydiaAnn 90S 

— oiiria S 826 

— Samuel 297 

— Sarah 275 

— W 29, 30 

HuBBELi., Charles B. . . . SOS 
HlD^o.v, Charles .... 39S 
HuEsiis, Phebe .... 1066 
Hurr, Arcabal Camell . . 1000 

— M.rikhi (Wancn) . . 1000 

— Sarah Matilda [TX] . .1000 
HcGiiES, Abdigal (Bailey) . 1033 

— Edith M. [X] . . . . 1033 

— William 1033 

HciDEKOPER family . . . 646 
HcLzx, Abraham [IX] 892,1072 

— Joanna (Ryan) [IX] . . 893 

— Martha (Palfray) [VIII] SO 

— Mary A. [X] .... 1072 
j IlrLETT, Esther .... 75S 

Hli-L, Elizabeth (Parsliall) 

[I\] 1005 

— Mary (Barry) .... 1005 

— WilKam 1005 

— William Robert [IX] . 1005 



692 

994 
994 
670 
670 
994 
670 
771 
670 
692 
994 
692 
1003 
5S6 



IIcuriiREY, Abhy Maurau 
Church [VIII] . . . 

— ;\.nna E. (Caniplicll) , . 

— Edgar Theodore [IX] . 

— George Glcasou [VIII] . 

— Jeffrey 

— Jessie H. P. (Clark) [IX] 

— Julia (Mcrriuian) . . . 

— Manila .Vugusta . . . 

— Mary S. (Ropes) [VIIIj 

— Olivia Maurau .... 

— Oscar 

— Walker 

Hl'Mi-iiUEVS, Frances Smith 
HiNNLWEi.L, James . . . 
Hlnt, Elizabeth [VIII] 601-602, 

895 

— Elizabeth C. (Keen) [VIII] 604 

— Frederick ..... 545 

— Frecniaii 19S n., 215 n., 216 n., 

218 n., 346 n., 357 n., 589 n., 
590 n. 

— Hannah (Kane) . . . 545 

— Loui.a [VIII] .... 604 

— Lydia CImpmau [VIII] 604, S97 

— Marv[VlII] . . 602,595 

— Mary Maria [VIII] . . 545 

— Samuel 214 

— Sarah [VIII] . . 601, 894 

— Sarah (Chapman) [VII] 361, 

601, 602, 603, 604 

— Susanna (Palfray) . . 361 

— Susanna Palfray [VIII] 602, 

896 

— Thomas [VII] .... 361 

— Thomas [VIII] . 603, 806 

— Thomas 361 

— Thomas, & Co. ... 512 

— Thomas Franklin [IX] 512 n., 

572 n., 603 n., 896-897 
_ AVilliuii 500 n. 

— William Morris 270, 417. 433, 

555, 973 
HnsTEH, Sarah Ware . . 1070 
HvxTixGTON, Asaliel . . 167, 792 

— .\urora( Gale) [VII] . . 475 

— Caroline M.(W.alden)[ IX] 893, 

893, 1072 

— E. B. . 356 n., 475 n., 479 n. 

— Edna (Ch-mcnt) . 

— Eliphalet . . ■ 

— Hiram .... 

— John 



475 
475 
893 
110 



1128 



IXDEX OF NAMES. 



HcNTlSGToN, Kimball Co- 
lumbus [IX] . .893,893 

— LillicCu.J..:u[\] . . 1072 

— Su>;.ii (Blaiirliaril) . . S«j:^ 

— Waller [Vllj .... 475 
Ulud, U. llaniilloa . . . 684 u. 

— Rebecca 227 

— Susan 81a 

HuiisT, De!i\eraiicc (Uus- 

seU)[VII] .... 482 
Hr.SE, Olive. [VI 1] 445-446, tW 
Hlichi.ns, Cbarluttc (.\lc- 

Jfider) 007 

— George Wasliingtou . . 667 

— Margaret 9Ifi 

— Mary Jane [VIII] . . 667 

EIUTCUINSON, ... 57 

— Isabella 829 

— Lavinia 1071 

— Thomas 1S2 

HuTCK, Mary Anu . . . 7ii4 

HvDE, Alinira S05 

— Isaac 8 16 

— Julia 1035 

— Lydia (Foster) . ... 846 

— Mary Browu [IX] . . 846 
Hyman", E 1060 

— Mary H. (Olivier) -. . 1060 

— Samui'l E. [X] . . . . 1060 

— Stella M. (Mather) [X] 1060 
HvsiNG, Elizabeth . . . 821 



Igoa, Marion Elinor [IX] . 955 

— Martin 955 

— Mary W. (Sweeney) . . 955 
Ingalls, CLarles FreJeriek 

[VIII] .... 764, 1005 

— Elizabeth (Foster) 168, 169 

— Florence R. (Currier) 

[IX] 1006 

— George Elmer [IX] . . 1005 

— Henry 172 

— Jacob 599 

-Martha . . . 599,609,610 

— Martha (Lewis) . . . 59'J 

— Mercy 610 

— Pama (llowr) .... 4^3 

— Ransom [VII] .... 483 

— Stephen 74, 75 

— Sjlphina (Pickering) [Vll] 483, 

76 1 

— Thomas 16S 



lNG.\t.i.s, Zimri .... -IS.'! 
Ingkii.soll, Bethiah (Gard- 
ner) 95, 172 

— IIann.ah[V]. . . . 172, 653 



172 



. 653 
172 
337 
507 
80S 

480 

1071 
1071 

1071 



— .Mary 

— Nathaniel . . . 

— Samuel .... 
IxGRAiiAM, Daniel G. 

— Lois Eliza . . . 
Irons, Camiace [VII] 
IsiiBCUGH, Charles H. 

— Elise [X] . . . 

— Ida J. (Kimball) . 
Ives, Abigail ]6S 

— Annie G. (Symnnds) [X] 1081 

— IViijauiin Hale [VIII] . 595 

— Bcujaima Hale [IX] . . 884 

— Elizabeth 437 

— Jolin S lOSl 

— John Southwick [X] . . 1081 

— Lydia A. (Haradeu) 

[VIII] .... 595, SS4 

— Mary (Buttcrick) . . . 1081 

— Polly (Bradshaw) ... 595 

— Sarah E. S. (Kimball) 

[IX] .... 884-885 

— Sarah Ellen [IX] . . . 884 

— Tliom.as V 436 

— ■\Villiam 595 

— & Putnam ..... 595 
IvouY, Lois 48, 49 

— Thuinas 48 



J.vcK 94 

Jacrson, Alice P. (Nayson) 

[X] 1058 

— Anu!ia(Leo)[VII] . . 296 

— Amelia Lee .... . 29S 

— Andrew . . . 515, 539, 515 

— Charles [VII] 177, 296-298, 

301, 403, 431, 410, 4'J9, 695, 
993 

— Charles 297 

— Daiiifl 407 

— i;ii/.a II. (llolman) [IX] 858, 

1058 

— Elizabeth 859 

— Elizabeth ( ) ... 859 

— Elizabeth (Cabut) . . . 410 

— Elizabclh Cabot [VII] ■2'}\ .301, 

. 431,440^41,695 

— Eliz.abelh Jaue . ... 966 



J vCKSox, Fannie .... 099 

— Fanny Cabot . . . 695, 774 

— Frances Cabot .... 297 

— George S59 

— Hannah 430, 412 

— Hannah (Tracy) . . 298. 301 

— Harry King [X] . . . 1058 

— J. B. S 410 

— James 155, 4t0 

— Jonathan .... 298, 301 

— Joseph [IX] .... 859 

— Kate 859 

— Lucy Cabot 297 

— Marianne Cabot . . . 293 

— Mary [VII] 29S, 301-302, 431, 

440, 695, 992-993 

— Mary (Crane) .... 859 

— Nancy P. (Brown) [IX] 859 

— Patrick 441 

— Patrick Tracy .... 439 

— Susan Cabot .... 297 

— Thomas 859 

— William Henry [IX] 858-859 
Jackson family .... 503 
Jacobs, Lydia 347 

— Margaret 169 

— Susanna 679 

Jacob.son, Elizabeth . . . 895 
James, Jeannette Barber . 7S1 

— Katharine F. ... 1047 
jASihSOX, Andrew [VIII] . 573 

— Louisa S. F. (Phippeii) 

[VIII] 573 

Jaques, Richard .... 170 
Jarden, Roberta .... 831 

Jarves, Sally 620 

JAiivis, Anil Eliza. . . . 690 

Jay, John 239 

Jeffrey, Eliz.abcth . . . 93 n. 

— Elizabclh (Bowditeh) . 93 n. 

— James 115, 209 

— Ruth 175 

— WilUam ...... 93 

Jeffries, Susannah (Pal- 
fray) 361 

— Walter ...... 361 

Jexkiss, Caroline Mary . . 1024 

— Elise 740 

— Lydia Lefavour [VII] 348-349 

— Thornton 740 

— William 349 

Jkxks, Albert 825 

— Alice Maude .... 825 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



1120 



■IfiO 



273 

823 
825 
460 
825 

460 
825 
402 
273 



825 

825 

289 

1006 

285 

1021 



Jknks, AdhIs (ruUiii:;) 
— rliarlcs Hcurj . . 

— Daniel .... 

— Edward .... 

— Elias 

— George W. [VII] . 

— Henry EUas[IXJ . 

— John 

— Lvdia Harvey . . 

— .\far.v 

— Marv (Masury) 

— .Mary J. (DoJgo) [VII] 460, 4()2 

— Myra 82o 

— Rebecca [VI] . 273-274, 459, 

462 

— Ruth D. (Milktt) [I.\] 

— William Arthur 
Jex.ner, Edward, Dr. 
jEN'xrvGs, Jaue . . 
Jex.visos, Sally B. [VI] 
Jksop, Abigidl . . . 
Jewett, CaroUue E. (Proc- 
ter) [IX] . 846, 1053, 1054 

— Caroliue Eliznljc-th [X] . 1053 

— Fraucis Read [IX] . 914-915 

— Humphrey Paul . . . 914 

— James Ripley [IX] . . 846 

— John 846 

— John & Sons ... 846 

— Lucy (Ripley) .... 846 

— Lucy N. (Cusiim^') . . 914 

— Lucy Rijiky [X] . . . 1054 

— Mary E. (Lanisoii)[IX] 914 

— Sarah Holmau [X] . . 1053 

JoAXES, Hugh 42 

Jousso.v, .... 355 

— .\biah (Eaton) .... 398 

— Abigail (Ycatou) ... S4S 

— Amanda (Syinoiuls) . . 898 

— Andrew Jackson [IX] 848 

— .Anna 467 

— Annette ( Rice) . . . lOSO 

— Annie Rosalia [X] . . 1080 

— r.cla 4S7 

— CaroUne A. (MiUott) [IX] 826, 

1041 

— Catherine 467 

— Cora Belle [IX] . . . 898 

— David 680 

— Elizabeth 467 

— Elizabeth Lncrflia . . 974 

— Emily C.lliiis .... 611 

— Francis Dodge .... 467 



lll.NM)N, I'raulv [\] . . . 

- George 

- Gcorgiaua (Burrill) [X] . 

1056 

- Harriot Davis .... 

- llilcn Louise .... 

- Henry 

- James 

- Jaue 

-Johu 

- Joseph 

- Joshua 

- Lucy J. (Edwards) [IX] 



1055' 

467 I 

OlU, , 

, 1065 

725! 

690; 

826 I 

467 

832 I 

39S 

367 I 

467 . 

848, I 

1055 I 

Lucy P. (Stone) [VII] . 464. | 
465, 466 I 
Lydia (Batchelder) . . 680 j 
Lydia Leavitt [ V 1 [I] . . 680 I 
Margaret A. (Nichols)[IX] 940 ' 
Martha 467 



• Martha (Spofford) 

• Mehitablo (Putnam) 
•Miriam [VII] . . 

■ O. Cornelia [VII] 
•Olive 

■ Ralph Cross [IX] . 

■ Ralph Cross . . 

■ Rebecca (Bigc'.ow) 
•Robert .... 
•Samuel [VII] . . 
•Samuel .... 

• Sarah .... 

• Sarah (Cushing) . 



. 467 

. 826 

397, 398 

494 

. 1036 

. 940 

. 940 

. . 4S7 

, . 898 

46S-467 

. 467 

. 317 

. 9i0 



— Sanah Elizabeth [X] . 1041 

— Stephen 848 

— Theresa M. [VII] . 486-487 

— William . . . 612, 1080 

— WilUara Henry [IX] . 826 
JoHxsTos, . . . 236. 747 

— James 60 

JoNE.s .'Vlma [VII] ... 476 

— Alinira 476 n. 

— Ani'n PoWfll[VlII]. . 705 

— Annie L. [IX] . 818-819 

— CriMline E. (T,itt1-) [IX] 951. 

10'^2 

— Catharine A. (Jordan) S1S-S19 



.Inxi s, Henry Gardner [VIII] 510 

— I-aac [IX] .... 951 

— Juab 951 

— John Collin 705 

— Leonard A 877 

— Levuia (Barber) ... 303 

— Lizzie Mabel [X]. . . 1082 

— ilanutla (Carrillo) . . 705 

— Margaret 1029 

— Mary Turner [Mil] 509, SOI 

— Oliver Reuben . . 81S-819 

— Sarah 308 

— Sarah (Gardner) [VI I] 308, 509, 

510 

— Sarah (Gilbert) ... 711 

— Su.sau 757 

JoHUAN", Catharine Annie S1S-S19 

— Charles 927 

— Edward Clarence [IX] . 965 

— Eliza P. (Thomas) [IX] 965 

— Eliza Radford [IX] 926-927 



— Eunice Q. (Seal) . . . 

— Hannah ( ) . . . 

— Samuel 

Jose, Helen Noyes [IX] 

— llorafio Nelson . . . 

— Nancy B. (Honpor) . . 
Jo.^SELTX, Emclinc (Kills) . 

— Laura Jeanncttc [X] 

— Ijewis 

Jourit, Eliz.abeth L. . . . 
Joy, Maryett Taylor . . . 

— Nancy H 

JoTN'KE, Vinnic . . . . 
JovsL!x, .Viuii'^ Esther [.K] 

— Emma F. (Abbot!) [IX] 

— Julia J. (Barnard) 

— Royal 

— AViiliam Royal [IX] . 
JuDsox, Harriet [VII] . 

— Levi 

— Mary (Midehci) . . 



965 

927 

965 

931 

931 

931 

1067 

1067 

1067 

910 

915 

485 

753 

1023 

795, 

795, 1023 

. 795 

795 

795 

407 

. 407 

. 407 



• Eliphaz [VII] . . . . 

■ Eliphaz 

■ E!i[ihnz Wanicr . 
•Elizabeth Gilbert [VIII] 

■ Georse . . ■ . . . . 

■ Harriet 



308 

3(IS 

.■?(!<; 
711 
711 
799 



Kai.akatia, King . ' . . 
K \Nr, Hannali 
Ki:auxs, Bridget (Mncran) 
— Elenore Veronica [.\] 



Kki i.KV, Eliza [VI I] 
— George . . . . 



587 
545 
1078 
1078 
]07S 
398 
39S 



Keex, Elizabeth Cook [VIII] 604 



1130 



INDEX OF NAME!^. 



Keen, John Cook. ... CO I 
Kkifer, 309 

— Man [ V 1 1] . :10U, 310, .-) 10 
Keitu, Boudiii.jt [I.\] 1003- 

lOO'l 

— D()ra(Wheekr) [IX] .1003 

— Julia (BouJiaui) . . . 1001 

— OrmcsB 1001 

Kki.logg, Ilarrict . . 755 

— Polly 756 

— & Hale 786 

Kk.lly, Sarah Eliz:ilx'th . . I50:i 

— Susaa Uiltiui .... 307 
Kklso, Susan CoiirtiuT . . S17 
Keltox, Martha [VI] . 282, 2S3 

— Nellie [VI] . . . i^.i, 282 

— Thonuas Hi 

Keuble, ElLzabeth Rollius 

[Vlll] 746 

Kempton, Ephraim . . . 71, 75 
Kendall, Abbic[[X] . . 928 

— Amos 92S 

— Josiah AInuzo .... 1041 

— Mary 5G6 

— Mary J. (Siuious) . . 1041 

— Nellie Erauci-ua [X] . . 1041 
Kesdrick, Aim Elizabeth 

[IX] 829-830 

— Hannah (Perlcy) ... S30 

— Stephen 830 

— Susannah G62 

Kexsey, Eliza Jane . . . 324 

— Joseph 324 

— Lowell 323 

— Mercy Ann .... 324 

— Mercy Wiugin (Keunis- 

ton) [Vll] . . . 323-324 

— Samuel Dinian . . . 324 
Kenxiston, Hannah (Odeli) 324 

— Henry 324 

— Mercy Wig<riu [VII] 323-324 
Kkxt, Duke of ... . 191 
Kettell, Annie Pcirce 

[VIII] . 357, 591. 502. SSI 

— CaroUne[TX] . . 880. Inc,:; 

— Catiicrine Lucrctia [IX] 880 

— EliasT\'arnor[VII] . . 310 
-Fidelia [VIII]. ... 512 

— Fidelia (Brid-e?) [VII] 1V5, 

310, 311, :n2, 512. .-.i:'. 

— Georsc Frederick [VIII] 590- 

591, .-.91, 8>50, S^l 

— George Frederick [iX] . 881 



KKTTELL.Uanuali I).(l\inT) 

[VII] . 357, Osu, 590, .iOl 

— Iluuuah Dawes [IX] . . 880 

— Herbert [IX] .... 880 

— Jane (Terhuu.) [VIII] . 589 

— Jolm 310 

— Joseph [VIII] . . . . 589 

— Joseph 357 

— Lucretia(IIawle.v)[VIII] 591 

— LYdia(Uoltou) ... 310 

— M'aryA.(.Vndrewi;[VIH] 591 

— I'cbecca (Prentice) . . 357 

— Ruth (Cu-sweil) [VIII] 590 

— Thomas Prentice [VII] . 357 

— Thouias Prentice [VIII] 589- 

590, 590, 590 n., 8:50 
Kettelle, Mcliitable (Harris) 

[VIII] 642 

Keyes family 471 

Keysor, 47 

KiBBY, Charles [VII] . . 496 

— Ella Eva Cora [Vlll] . 771 

— Eimiee (Battles) [VII] 496, 771 

— Frank Curtis [VIII] . . 771 

— Josiah 49G 

— MattieM.(Studley)[VlII] 771 

— Xabhy (Cheney) ... 496 

KiDD, Captain 63 

Kidder, Charlotte . . . 914 

— Pcabody & Co. ... 1051 
Kii.EORX, Mary Jane . . . 800 
KiLBVRx, Lydia [VII] . . 336 
Killam, Asa [VII] ... 373 

— Asa 373 

— Hannah (Neal) [VII] 373. 627 

— Mary [VIII] . . 627, 918, 

— Mary ( ) .... 373 

Kimball, .... 117 

— Anna ilaria .... 842 

— Augustus llolyoke . . 1073 

— Clara S.(Cornierais) [IX] 913 

— David P 404 

— Edmund 716 

— Elbridsp Gerry [IX] 825-826 

— Eli/abeth ..... 312 

— Elizabeth (Ilayncs) . . 331 

— Francis Tapp..n[ IX] 3S5, 913- 

914 

— Gconriaua [X] . . . . 1073 

— Hannah 860 

— Harriet ...... 452 

— Ida J. 1071 

— Jaincs [VIII] .... 531 



KiMRALL, James N. . . . 927 

— James William .... 913 

— .louatlian Lord .... 884 

— Martha J. (Farley) . . 1073 

— -Mary A. (Diniau)[ VIII] 195, 

195 n., 531 



— Mary S. (Tappan) . 


013 


— Mary W. (Beckford) 


746 


— Matilda (Lynn) . . 


927 


— Meribah (Stuart) . . 


531 


— Mildred Williams . . 


913 


— Nancy Flora [IX] . . 


927 


— Nathaniel .... 


826 


— Rlioda (Sargeant) 


117 


— Robert 


531 


— Ruth Cormends . . 


913 


— Samuel 


331 


— Sarah (Kiiishi) . . 


826 


— Sarah E. (Mlilett) [IX] 


825, 




825 n. 


— Sarah E. S. [IX] , 884-885 


— Sarah S. (Safford) 


SS4 


— Susan 


681 


— & Clark 


464 


KiMEs, Nancy .... 


804 


KiMPTOx, Cat heriue (Boyce' 


173 


— Mary Aun .... 


10.J7 


— Philadelphia [V] . . 


173 


— Stephen ] 


72, 173 


KiNCAID, Bdl [X] . . 


1032 


— Catherine .... 9 


53. 9.54 


— Emdy S. (Housel) [X] 


1031 


— Erven [X] .... 


1031 



— Jane (Wilbon) . . . 1032 

— John 1031, 1032 

— Margaret t (Ervins) . . 1031 

— Martha [VIII]. \ . . 511 
King, Caroline Watts [IX] 810, 

811, 811 

— Daniel [III] . . 64, 65, S9 

— Daniel 65, 65 n. 

— Daniel Putnam . . . 810, 811 

— Eliza A. (Lcntilhon) . . 847 

— Elizabeth .... 167, 568 

— Elizabeth (Walker) . . 65 

— Ellen Maria [IX] . . 810, 811 

— Hannah (Pickering) [III] 33. 3«, 

41, 64-66, 06 

— Jane 38, 64 

— Lily 536 

— Lydia Ann 1053 

— Mary 89 

— Closes 645 n. 



INDEX or NAMES. 



1131 



King, Percy Riviiigton [IX] 847 

— Peter VauJurvoort . . S 17 

— llalpU .... 64, Go, SU 

— Rufiis 65 n , 2.;0 

— Samuel 03 

— Sarah C. (Goodbue) [IX] -IS, 

561, 847 

— Sarah P. (Flint) . . SIO, 811 

— Sarah Pasrc [IX] . . SlU, 811 
KiNGUAN, Charles Henry . I03S 

— Charles Sargeut[X] ". .1038 

— Fannie (Frazier) [X] . 1038 

— M^iry E. (Uaiisou) . . 103>i 

— Sybil 751 

KiNGSBCRY, Abby E. II. . 107''i 
KiNGSLET, LyJia .... 2Sl 
KixsEY, Sarah Arms . . 1006 
KissitAS, Elizabeth . . 834, S42 

— Lucy 852 

KiKKL.^xD, Juhu Tliomton . 295 

— Surah 430 

— Chase & Co 9S3 

KiRKiY, Mary Ann . . . 651 
KissAM, Albert .... 592 

— Alexander [V HI] . 591-592 

— Amiie P. (Kettell)[Vm] 591, 

592 

— Cbrissa Stone .... 592 

— Ed-nr 592 

— Hannah (Bartow) ... 592 

— Joseph 592 

— Walter .... 592, 592 n 
KiTcuEL, Charity Ford . . 761 
KiTCUEN, Edward 114, 115, 109 
KiTCHiXG, John .... 25 
KiiTREDGE, Joseph . . . SOS 

— Thomas 466 

Kloman, Anna Louise . . 1079 
Knapf. Isaac .... 211, 212 

— Jemima 833 

— Joseph J 211 

— Rebecca 336 

— Surah Davenii.,rt . . . 10?'i 

— Ursula [VI] . 211,212,332 
Knautu, Fannie .... 941- 

— Selma [IX] 944 

— Theodore 9 1 1 

KsKELASD, An^cliup I'iekor- 

mg[VII] 493, 493 n., 494 

— Charlotte (Ball) ... 49 1 

— Elisha Yale 404 

— Henry T. & Co. ... 40 1 

— Henry Timothy [VII] . 494 



Knight, Abuer .... 540 

— Anna 393 

— Arthur [IX] .... 947 

— Cyrus Frederick [VTII] 654- 

655, 655 u. 

— Elizabeth 852 

— Elizabeth P. (Nichols) 

[VIIJ] 654 

— Herbert [IX] .... 947 

— Lucie 510 

— Margaret [IX] .... 947 

— Sarah 820 

— Tunizene (TwiniuL,') . . 510 
Knowles, Priscilla Allan . 1017 
Knowlton, Martha L. . . 821 
Knox, Henry 141, 142, 213, 214, 

217, 305 
Kolodova, Vera Michailovna 1040 

Kopp, Eniile 702 

KoRES, Elizabeth (Hysiiig) S21 

— John [IX] 821 

— Katharine 0. (Hamden) 

[IX] 821 

— AVilliam 821 

KoRFF, Count 823 

Kosciusko, Thaddeus . . 157 

Ku.vrr, Williams & Kraft . 1070 

Ki-HN, Barnes [VI] ... 287 

— Eunice (Pickering) [VI] 287, 

495, 496, 497 



Ladd, Annie Marvin [IX] 392, 949 

— Edward Homer . . . 949 

— Julia E. (Marfin) ... 949 

— Mary [VII] . . 392, S63, 9 10 

— Marv (Haskins) . . . 392 

— Mary T. H 958 

— Warren . . ... 392 n. 

— Wilham 392 

Lafatetie, Marquis dc 218, 228 
Laiguton, Elizabelh ... 43 

— Thomas 43 

Lake, Aniasa 861 

— Lizzie [IX] 861 

— Mary E. (Wood) ... 861 
Lakeman, Hannah (Picker- 
ing) [V] . . 87. 168, 173 

— .Tos,ph[V] 174 

— Sarah 567, 1004 

Lamb, Almira ( ) . . 933 

— Charles Reuben [IX] . 933 

— Emma Jane [VI II] . . 771 



LofB, George Nichols [X] 1081 

— Hannah (Battle^ [Vll] 173, 

2-«7u,496, 771 

— Harriet F. (Nichols) 

[tX] . . . . 933, 1081 

— Jesse 496 

— Mary (Stephens) ... 496 

— Reuben 933 

— Rufus[VIIJ .... 496 
Lambeut, Ebcnezer ... 72 

— -Mary (Hardy) .... 72 

— Preserved 196 

— Brothers 1022 

Lamson, Abigail .... 367 

— Abigail (Lord) . . . 367 

— Alfred Goodalc ! IX] . . 914 

— Auua (Goodale)'[VlI] 367,617 

— Anna Goodale [VIH] 617, 914 

— AnuaGoodale[IX] . . 915 

— Elizabeth C. (Weston) 

[VIII] 618 

— Ellen M.(Fay) [IX] . 914 

— Mary 307 

— Mary Elizabeth [IX] . 914 

— Mary G. (Green) [VIII] 372, 

617, 623 

— Nathan Green [IX] . . 914 

— Nathan Paul [VIII] 617-618, 

618, 914, 915 

— Paul 367 

— Salome 367 

— Thomas [VII] .... 367 

— Tiionias 367 

— Tobias Lear Porter [VIIl] 617, 

623, 914 
Lanca.ster, Earl of . . . 3 

— Blanch, Duchess of . . 2 

— John of Gaunt, Duke of . 2 

— Thomas, Earl of . . . 3 

— Clara E. (Larkin) [X] . 1082 

— James Austin [X] . . . 1082 

— John 10S2 

— Sophia (Chase) . . . 1082 
Lander, Annie E. (Green) 

[IX] 837 

— Benjamin [IX] 836-837,837. 

1047 

— Catherine E. (Dodge) [VII] 273, 

460, 462 

— Clam Bertram [IX] . . 837 

— Ellen Maria 553 

— Hannah 553 

— Hannah (Davis) . . . 553 



1132 



INDEX OF NAJIfS. 



Landeii, Joscpliiiip [IXj 

— Lucy Allen [VIU] 

— Lucy rraiR-ib [X] . 

— Lucy Francis . . 

— Mary (.I.iiks) . . 

— .\larv Klizali.lb . 

— M.irJH. (Millet) [VIU] 



836 

4';o 

1047 

35 :i 

•to 2 

oa'i 

552. 

— Peter [VIII] . . .552-553 

— "VVilUam . . . -IJS, ir,2, 3.j:i 

— AVillium A. [VII] 27:i. 462, 047 

— AViUiam Faruswoi'li . . 5o2 1 

— William P. [VIII] ,552-553 1 
LiSE, Anu Eliza [IX] 857, 1057, \ 

105 S j 

— Charles Augustus [IX] 856, 

1057 

— Charlotte (Pbippen) [VITl] 567, 

85G, S57 

— Eliza (Peabody) ... S5i5 

— George E 850 

— Gideon 507, S50 

— Hannah (Grllfiu) . . . 507 

— Heury S. . . . 113 n., 127 

— Isaac 892 

— James H COS 

. 1057 

892 

85S 

567-568 

. 856 

S92 



L\RiOM, Annie Sophia [X] 

— Caroline (Sanborn) . 

— Cornelius .... 
L.UiKix, Clara E.stella [X] 

— George Gilinan [IX] . 

— Georirie (iirtrudi' [\] 

— Joseph [Vll] . . . 



1056 

1050 

1U50 
1082 

951 
1082 

394 
• Julia A. (Lil tie) [IX] 951, 10S2 



— Lilla (Blake) [X] . . 

— Jlaria Euuice [IX] 

— Nancy (Pearce) [IX] 

— OUver Griffin [Vlll] 

— Oliver GritEii [IXl 

— Orrilla G. (Eaton) 

— Samuel 113, 113 n., 127, 12? u. 

— Sophronia E. (Pulsifer) 

[IX] 856 

— Siisau S05 

— William Francis [X] . . 1057 

— & Levering 717 

Lang, Edward S 591 

— Harriet 774 

114 
829 
S29 

829 
917 
130 
no:! 
474 



— Mary (Gduiaii) . . 

— Oliver 

— Ruth (Leach) [VII]. 
Lakuabee, Benjamin F. & 

Co 

— Benjamin Frankhn [X] 
~Cbra[VlI] . . . 

— Dorcas 

— Eben 



051 
951 
394 

1007 

1067 

360 

CO'J 
300 

— £h/abetb II. (Bosson) [Xj 1067 

— Ezekicl 

— ilary (Davis) . . . 

— Marv A. (Felt) . . 
-Sally 

— Samuel Hopkins . . 

— Sarah EUzabeth [IX] 
Lascells, ^Margaret . . 
LiTUROP, Ann I'eirce [VII 



— Jeffrey 

LaNgdell, Joseph . . 

— Mary B. (Ca'"': y) . . 

— Mary Jane [IX] . . 
La^gdon, Elizabeth Pike 

— John 

Lasgmaid, Elizabeth 
Langstaff, fVII] . 

— Marinda(Piekerln!r.[VII] 474; 
Lanmax, Charlo- . . 209 n. ' 
Lapkam, Wdliam B . . . 407 ". ] 
La Plact, Pierre Simon, | 

Marqub dc . ... 643 1 



— Anna S. J 

— Carrie E. (OHn) [IX] 

— Chauncey [VII] . 

— Dorcas (Bobouon) 

— Elias 

— Eliza D. (Parker) [IX] 

— Elizabeth Chceklcy . 

— Frances Anna [IX] 



Latiirop, Thomas ... 

— Abbot vt Jones ... 

Latson, .... 

IjATTIMKr, Mary E. (Thump 

son) [IX] . . 

— Robert .... 

— WiUiam[IX] . . 
Law, Elizabclb (Green) . 

— Marianna [X] . 

— Martha E. (Ward) [IX] 



832 



— Peter .... 

— William [IX] . 
Lawes, Fraucis 
Lawrence, A. & A. 



999 

9'.'9 
999 

904 
1077 
S04, 

1077 

904 

904 

21 

990 



1007 

1007 

S55 

SS2 



855 

12 
355, 

355, 5S8 
356 



— Abbott . . 724,1012,1013 

— Abel 3:')9 

— Abigail (Page) . . . 339 

— Abraham R 707 

— Amos Adams .... 9S9 

— Amos Edward .... 1001 

— Charles 335 

— Deborah 539 

— Elizabeth (Prcscott) . . 1010 

— Gertrude [X] . 712, 717,721, 

724, 9S9, 1010-1011, 1012 



880 
479 
479 
479 
878 
350 
. 5SS, 875, 
1062, 1003 
. . 356 
. . 356 
878. 1003 
355-357 



— Hannah (Bownc) . . 

— Harriet 

— Harrietlc W. (Paige) 



1001 

002 

1012, 

1013 
1061 

10 IS 

1010 



— Grace Ellen . . 

— Jane Anu . • . 

— Jane Augusta [IX] 

— John [VII]. . . 

— John [IX] 355, 355 u., 877-878 

— John 357 

— John Pcirco [VIIl] 588. S75, 

876, 877, S7S. S79 

— Joseph Henry [IX] . 879-880 

— Julius Mortimer [IX] . 879 

— Maria M. (Long) [VIII] 538 

— Maria Margaretta [IX] . 876- 

877, 100:; 

— Mnrv (Wheatly) 3:.7 

— Mary Ann •i'O 

— Sarah (Pickering) [Vll] 479, 

479 



— Horace James [X] 

— Isabella W. . . . 

— James 

— Johu[X]. . 724,1010,1012. 

1013 

— Joseph E 4^9 

— Katharine (Bigelow) . . 724 

— Katharine Bigelow [VIII] 723- 

724,989,1010, ]iil2 

— Laura P. (Ulauehard) [X] 1061 

— Martha E. (Peabody) [X] 1013 

— Rosamond [X] 724, 'JS9, 1010, 

1012, 1013 

— Sarah 1018 

— Sarah E. (Appletou) . . 9S9 

— Sarah S 311 

— Su^an Mason [IX] . 691, 9S<. 

989, 1010. 1012, 1014, lOlS 

— William • IH 

Lvwsnv, Rrbecea .... 2'>3 
Lay, Richard G 07U 

— Susan Carbtrry ... 9,0 
I Lkacu, Abby Jane [IX]. . 896 



INDEX OF NAAIES. 



1133 



Lk 



\r\\, Beiijaiiiln .... lOI I 
Ikiijaniiti K(>|ios[VII] . 395 
diaries [VII] .... 394 
F,mmaRitcIiic[IX] .906. \w; 
(ieorge [V'll] .... 395 
Hardy Ropos [VII] . . 395 
IklcuF. (\Vlitatou)[X] 1054 
Isabella M. (UitcUie) 'JO.;, 'J07 

James 900. 907 

Jolm[VI] . . . .230-231 

John 110 

Joseph [VII] .... 394 
Joseph Unpi-s [VII] . . 395 
Lucy S. (Allen) . . . 10.51 

M.aliiula lOOfi 

.Mary (Trask) .... 2S1 

Mary Hardy [VII] . . 394 

Mary Jane [IX] 90G, 906- 

907 

Richard 29 

Robert 231 

Ruth [VII] 394 

Ruth (Ropes) [VI] 230, :i9i, 
395 

Samuel [X] 1054 

Samuel 6iS, S9G 

Sarah (Hooper) . . . 231 

Sarah A. ( ) ... S9G 

Sarah Augusta [VIII] 647- 

648 

Sarah H. (Nccdhani) . . 6 IS 

4KE, Julia 770 

AVESS, Aunie B. (Per- 
kins) [X] 1078 

Caroliue A. (Copps) . . 107S 
George Adams [X] . . 1078 
George Merrill .... 1078 
.WITT, Anna Toll . . . 1075 
Dudley [V] 81, S4, 113-116, 

12S, 23S 

Elizabeth [VI] . 110,237-238 

239, ill, 115, 0S3 

Mary [TI] llfi. 234-235, -110 

Mary 531 

Mary (Pickerin?) [V] 81, SI, ?5, 
li2-113, 115, 116, 2:U, 230, 

237, 415 

Moses llfi 

Sarah [VI] 110, 236, 236, 110, 

411, 412 

Sarah 116 

Sarali (Leavilt) ... 110 
Stephen 116 



I-KUVvKn, Anna .... .OlO 
Lki, .Vliee[IX] .... 787 

— ALei- Hathaway [X] . . 1015 

— Amelia [VII] '. ... 296 

— Anu Theresa (Bussv) 

[VII] " . 292 

— Artiiur Howard [X] . 1009- 

1010 

— Caroline Haskell [X] . . 1017 

— Caroline W. (Haskell) 

[IX] 776 

— Ch:.rles Jackson [IX] . 780 

— Cordelia [IX] .... 896 

— Dauicl Pierson [IX] . . 836 

— Deborah [VII] . . . 292, 293 

— Debondi (Flint) ... 90 

— Deborah (Hig-iiison) [VI] 178- 

179, 1S7, 234, 502 

— Eliza (Buckminster) [VII] 299- 

300, 9S5 

— Elizabeth [VII] ... 296 

— Elizaljeth ..... 89 

— Elizabeth (Cabot) [VI] 178, 179. 

ISO, 1S7, 234, 409, 504, 975 

— Elizabeth (Charnock) . 89 

— Elizabeth Cabot [VIII] . 504 

— Elizabeth P. (Cabot) 

[VIII] 178, ISO, 187, 234, 409, 
504, 975 

— Elizabeth Perkins [IX] , 784 

— Elliot Cabot [IX] ... 785 

— Eva M. (Balleriui) [IX] 785 

— Francis [MJ] .... 302 

— Francis Henry [IX] 20, 6S, 70 n., 

79 n., 95, 98 a., 101 n., lOt n.. 
Ill n., 121 u., 12S n., 149, 
103 n., 173 n., 183 n., l57, 
1S7 n., 192 n., 234 n.. 237, 
203 a., 293, 319, 320, 332 n., 
333 n., 369 ii., 414 n., .=-,00. 
501, 54? n, 779 

— Francis L.fVTlII] 505-506, 785, 

7S7 

— Francb TVilson [IX] . . 787 

— George [VII] . . 294, 296 

— George [IX] .... 785 

— George 890 

— George Cabot [IX] 776. 1014. 

1015, 1017, 10 IS, 1018 

— George G.ardncr [Vll] . 290- 

291, 291, 49S 

— George Wiiithrop [.\] . 1010 

— Georgina Gardner [VIII] 498 



Lkk, Il.iunah F. (Sawy.r) 

[VII] 291-292 

— Hannah G. (Stevenson) 

[IX] 777 

— HarrietJacksun[Vni]295.301, 

506, 787. 7>8 

— Harriet P. (K..s() [VIU] 500- 

501, 521 

— Harriet Paine [X] . . 1017 

— Harriet Unsc ["iX] . , 776 

— Henry [V II] 29.-). 300-301, 301, 

501, 503, 501, 505, 506 

— Henry [VIII] 90, 91, 176 n., 

178 n., 179 n., 292, 296 u., 

501, 502 n., 503-504, 700, 

784, 785 

— Isabella Mason [X] . . 1017 

— John 88 n. 

— John Clarke [VIII] S9 n.. Ill, 

112, 294, 499-500, 500, 501, 

502, 521, 774, 775, 776, 777, 

779, 780 

— John Rose [IX] . 774, 1009 

— Joseph [VI] 176-178, 178, 

178 u., 294, 205, 296, 298,300, 
302 

— Joseph [VII] . . 294-295 

— Joseph [IX] .... 785 

— Joseph 89,647 

— Josephine (Lander) [IX] 836 

— Joseplilue Rose [IX] 07, 95, 97, 

187, 190, 193, 780, 1020 

— Judith (Column) [VI] . 176 

— Lillian Howard [X] . . 1010 

— Lois (Orne) [V] 70, 80, 88, 90, 

90, 97, 176, 179 

— Louisa [VII] 2e8, 28<!, 290 ii. 

— Lucy M. (Howard) [IX] 774- 

775 

— Lydia (Gerry) [VII] 277, 291 

— Marian G. (Dove) [IX] . 787 

— Maruinne Cabot [IX] . 775, 

1010,1011,1012, 1013 

— Marie Louise (Foster) 

[X] 1010 

— Martha 89 

— Mary [IX] 785 

— MarW.)ackson)[VlI] 298,301- 

302, !31, 410, 095, 992-993 

— Marv (Piers'. n) . . . j36 

— MarvA. (IVrrv) [IX] . 780 

— MaryA. (ral).r)[Vll] 295- 

296, 408, 409, 427, 072 



1134 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



Lee, Marv Anm [VIII] 498, 773 | 

— Mary C.ib..t[VlU] 501, 7'4l, | 

7S3, 7S3 

— Naiicy[VII] .... 300 1 

— Natliauicl Cabot [VII] 295, 

408, i'j9 

— Rebecca (PLIp.'^) ... S9 

— RlioJa (Clcmeut) . . . 890 

— RlioJerick 830 

— Robert E G97, S79 

— Rose[X] 1014 

— Rose Smith [IX] 777, 1010, 

102U 

— S. D 709 

— Sarah M. A. (Wilsou) 

[VIII] 506 

— Sophia £. (Willsou) [IX] 779 

— Susannah 313 

— Thomas [V] . 88-90, 617 

— Thomas [VI] 176, ISl, 3S3, 

290, 292 

— Thomai[VII] . . 298-299 

— Thomas ... 61, SS, SO, 00 

— William S8 n., 291 n., 296 n., 

50i n., 64S 

— William Colmau [VII] 292, 29-2 

— William Faiue [IX] . 775-777 
Lee family 191, 291, 295, 290, 299, 

300, 503 

— Danforth & Co. . . •777, 780 

— Higginsou & Co. 499, 501, 50".. 

776, 782, 784, 1012 
Leech, Caroline .... 1030 
Lefatoue, Lydia [VII] 34S-349 
Leigh, John 291 n., 296 n., 50i n. 

Lelaxd, Mary 303 

Lemos, Arabella (Warnrick) 

[IX] 909 

— Charles [VIII] 95, 123, 612- 

613 

— Charles [IX] . . 908, 107S 

— Charles G13 

— Elcnorc V. (Keanis) [X] 1078 

— Frances Lon!>a [IX] 909, 1070 

— Frnuk Ward [X] . . . 1078 

— Hunuah 61. 05 

— Jean McKclvie [IX] 908, lii79 

— John 613 

— Laurisa OI'lcs) [IX] . . 908 

— Lucy A. (Ward) [VIII] 612, 

90S, 909 

— Martha Louise [X] . . 1079 

— Martha AVashiugtou [IX] 909 



65 
6l;i 
909 



Lemon, .Marv 

— Mary ((.lard.iei) _. 

— Mary Virginia [IX] 

— Robert 05 

— Sarah Ann [IX] . 908, 10?0 

— William 613 

— William Henry [IX] 908, MJO 
Lentil. lox, Eliia Antoiiia . M7 
Le Roy, Sarah .... 007 

Le.si.ik, 135, 182, 218, 2 10 

Lettsosi, John Coakley . . 2sy 
Lewis, Alonzo 23, 27, 48, 65 n., 

Gb4 n. 

— Anna Peirce [IX] 

— Betsey 

— Elii-.abcJ. A. (Scudding) 

— Fauny 

— John 

— Martha 

— Mary( ) . . . 

— Mary Ann .... 

— Rebecca 

— Tho.iia.s 

Light, Catherine Margaret 
Lilley, Sarah .... 

Lily, ^Vnu 

Lincoln, Abraham . . i 

— Ascuaih (Brooks) 

— Barnabas .... 

— Benjamin .... 

— Caroline H, . . . . 

— Daniel Waldo . . . 

— Fanny (ChaiuUer) [IX] 

— Francos F. (Merrick) 

— Julia Eliza [VIII] 

— Levi 

— Marvin .... 

— Mary lltrsoy [VIII] 

— Rachel .... 

— Rachel (Lincoln) . 

— Waldo [IX] . . 

— William ... 192 
Li.s"D.\i.L, Timothy 
LiNDESAT, Waller de . 
Lindsay, !Mr.ry L. 
LiNDSEY, Mary Anu . 
LiNTOT, Mary . . . 
LlpriTT, Eli.;a W. (Gilman) 

[VII] .... 459-460 

— Francis J 4('i0 

Little, Caroline Eliz.abcth 

[IX] .... 951. 10«2 
i — Caroline Robisou [VIU] 683 



907 

51 S 

0U7 

70!) 

48 

599 

48 

531 

910 

907 

1001 

101 

1061 

77, 933 

532 

675 

234 

1037 

814 

814 

814 

532 

297 

532 

075 

075 

675 

814 

, 320 n. 

45, 183 

5 

912 

1043 

582 



Little, Elizabeth [VII] 427 

— Elizabeth 50i) 

— Elizalicth (Williams) [VI] 120, 

246. 246, 427 

— Ellen M. (Royden) [IX] 952 

— Eunice (Thrasher) . . 083 

— Fr.iucis [VII] .... 427 

— George 246 n. 

— George Francis [IX] . 951 

— George T 246 n. 

— George Washington [VUI] 662 

— Henry [VII] .... 427 

— Jane (Xoyes) .... 246 

— Jerubha 665 

— John 002 

— John Henry [IX] . 951-952 

— Julia Ann [IX] . 951, 10S2 

— Mary E. (Swasey) [VIII] 662, 

951 

— Moses [VI] 246 

— Richard 246 

— Susannah (Kfndrick) . 662 

— Thomas Brown .... 6S3 

— Brown & Co 647 

Liitlefilld, . . . 373 

— Ella F. (Ames) [IX] . 994 

— Erasmus [VIII] ... 731 

— Josephine (Waldo) [VII] 373 

— Oscar Leslie [IX] . . 994 

— Sarah E. (Parkman) [VUI] 731. 

994 
Littleuales, David Scott 

[VIII] 772 

— Jessie J. (Battles) [VIE] 772 

— John Wdiiam .... 772 

— Mary S. (Suter) ... 772 
LlVER3ioRE, Caroline . . 968 
Livingston, Chalista [VII] 486 

— Derick 480 

— Frances A. C. (Goodhue) 

[VIII] 561 

— ilargaret M. (Livingston) 5i'il 

— Margaret. Maria . . . 561 

— Robert [VIII] .... 561 

— Robert L 561 

— Robert R. . -. . . . 561 

— Susannah (Edwards) . . 486 

Lloyd, Alicia 995 

Locke, Hden Woodbury 

[VIII] 734 

— Jane (Smith) .... 734 

— Woodbury 731 

LocKWOOD, Avis Waterman 925 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



1135 



LuiioK, Ami.i C. M. (Davis) OSG 

— CiubUnce [IX] . . . 986 

— Ucar> Cabot .... 9S0 
Long, Frauces H. (Griffin) . 5SS 

— JoLu D 81 

— Maria Margaretta [VIII] 588 

— Thomas C 5SS 

Lo.vuDON", Mary .... ooO 
Longfellow, Henry Wads- 
worth 277, 450 

— Liicinda 906 

LOXGRATE, J. B 157 

Loud, Abigail 3G7 

— Azor D? S2S 

— Calista (Pratt) ... S2S 

— Daniel Bowles .... S5 t 

— D;.via 570 

— Eliza A. ( ) ... 909 

— Emeline [Vlll] . .570,570 

— Eva R. (GoulJing) [X] . 1057 

— Experieuce 171 

— Jolrn A 909 

— Josephine Francis [IX] . 969 

— Lettie Pratt [IX] . . . 828 

— Lucv (Harris) .... 570 

— Martha C. (Pbippeu) [IX] 854, 

1057 

— Mary Rindge .... 1072 

— Mchitable 51 

— Nancy (Davis) . . . 854 

— Samuel Augustus [IX] . 854 

— Samuel Davis [X] . . 1057 

— Sara E 1002 

— Susau Harris [VIII] . 570, 570 
LoRiNG, ^\litliea (Alden) . 520 

— Aim (Greeley) .... 439 

— Auua (Smith") [IX] . . 810 

— AnuaP. (Brace) ... 721 

— Augustus Peabody [JX] 987. 

989 

— Bailey [VIII] .... 520 

— C.ilcb 439 

— Caleb William [VI] I] 13'.1, 720- 

721, 877, 0S7 

— Caroline TV. (King) 810, 811, 

811 

— Charles Greeley [VII] 438-439 

694. 721, S77 

— Charles Greeley . . . 4 )9 

— David [X] . ' . . . 1041 

— David 1041 

— Elizabeth S. (Peab.dy) 

[VIII] . . 720,988,959 



LoKl.sT,, Elleu (Gardner) [IX] 986, 
989 

— Elleu M (Kijig) [IX] 810, ^11 

— Erancis C 877 

— Gayton Picknian [IX] . 811 

— George Bailey [IX] 808-809, 

809, SID, 1037 

— Isaac Osgood [IX] . 810, Sll 

— JamcsSpear3o5 n.,350n.,41Sii., 

420 Q., 429 u., 439 u. 

— Jane Lathrop . . . 439, 440 

— JoLu Alden [IX] 316 n., 520, 

811 

— Katharine Peabody [IX] 721, 

988 

— Kirke 439 

— Laura Hall 10S2 

— Mary (Farnhani) [VIII] 521 

— MaryAnn(Putuam)[VlI] 438 

— Mary H. (Stodder) . . 1041 

— Mary T. (Pickmau) [IX] 189, 

239, 809-810 

— Sally P. (Osgood) [VIIlj 520, 

SOS, SIO, Sll 

— S.illy Pickman [X] . . 1037 

— Sarah E. (Johnson^ [X] . 1041 

— Sarah P. (King) [IX] SIO, 811 

— Susan -M. (Lawrence) [IX] 091, 
9SS, 989, 1010, 1012, 1014, 

1018 
Susan Mary .... 439 

William 520 

"R'illiam C:ileb [IX] 439, 988- 
989 
LoTHROP, Alice P. (Bacon) 

[IX] 994 

— Amy Peabody [IX] 984-985. 
994 

Anne M. (Hooper) . 9S4, 994 

Thomas 29 

Thornton K. . 9S4, 990, 994 

— T\'UUam S. E. [IX] 300, 9S4- 
985, 994 

LoTT. Abraham .... 707 

Lorn, Abbie 861 

Abel Coffin 1046 

Olive C. (Robinson) . . 1046 

— Samuel Otis [X] . . . 1046 

— Sarah E. (felt) [X] . . 1046 
LoinoN-. Nancy S. . - . 1006 
LovEJOY, .... 304 

— Polly 376 

— Rebecca 758 



Lnvii.i, 334 

LovKlu.NG, James Munroe 451 

— Oriana (.Mitchell) [Vli] 451 
Levis, Abigail Cli:ipman 

[VIII] . . 605, 03S. S99 

— Auua (Cbapmau) [VII] 361, 

605 

— Benjamin [VII] . . . 362 

— Nancy Cook [VIII] 605, 898, 

899 
Low, A. A 603 « 

— Abbot Augustus [X] . 1051, 

1053 

— Abicl Augustus . . . 1051 

— Anna D 468 

— Bessie (Vickery) ... 013 

— Caroline E. (Jewctt) [X] 1053 

— Ellen (Dow) .... 1051 

— Hannah (Thomas) . . 1064 

— Henry Cutler [X] 1051, 1053- 

1054 

— John 1064 

— John Frazer .... 408 

— Lucy Lessetle[IX] . . 910 

— IMariau (TVard) [X] . . 1051 

— Martha Jaue [IX] . . 910 

— Mary Baldwin [VII] . . 468 

— Pctc"r [VIII] .... 613 

— Peter 613 

— Rebecca A. (Cutler) . . 1053 

— S;irah Elizabeth [IX] . 909 

— S.arah II. (Ward) [VIII] 613, 

909, 910 

— Seth 637 

— Scth Haskell .... 1053 

— Susun E. (Parrott) [X] . 1064 

— TVilUam [X] .... 1064 
LowDrx, Mary .... 104 
Lowe, Elizabeth .... 730 
Lowell, Abbot Lawrence 

[IX] . . . 9S3, 984, 992 

— Addie H. ( ) . . . 1075 

— Anna P. (Lowell) [IX] 934, 

992 

— Anna Parker [TX] 984, 992 

— Augustus [VIII] 254, 723, 991, 

992 

— Charles 435, 436 

— Charles Wheeler [X] . . 1075 

— Cornelia P. (Baylies) 

[IX] .... 983-984 

— Edward J:iekson[ VIII] 711.9S5 

— Elizabeth [IX] . ... 992 



1136 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



LowEi.i., LI/. .1 ;'. r (INit- 

u:ii.i) I.V11 1 441, ?;;:>, 7-it.7iJ 

— £li2al).'liiC;.(.I.H.>,-)[VIIlJ711 

— Elizatiotli II. (Tint!.) [X] 1075 

— Elizabeth llrluciMLVl 11] 724 

— Ellcu BancroU [ VUI] L'.V? ii., 

417 n., US 11., 693, 724 

— Francis Cabot [Vll] 2'J8, 3Ul, 

430, 430-431, i:i(j, 110, it-'. 
C95 

— Francis Cabot [IX] . 983, 9S1 

— Francis Cabot . \Z\), 1:51, \\i 

— George GarJucr [VIU] . 710, 

9S3, 'JSi 

— Gcorgiua [VIII] . . 
-Guy [IX] .... 

— Hairnah (Jacksou) 

— Harriet 

— Harriet B. (Speuce) . 

— James Russcl! 



251, i;!0 
. 985 

430, il^ 

. 992 

. 430 

251, 436, 700, 

71S, 932 

— Jolm 179, 251, 270, 290,430, 441, 

442, 723 

— John Amory [VII] 179, 251, 391, 

431, 430, 441-442, 723 

— Katliariuc [IX] . . . 992 

— Katliariuc B. (Lawrence) 

[VIII] 723-724, 909, 1010, 
1012 

— Mary [VII] 125 n.. 251, 253 n., 

431, 432 u., 435-136, 435 ii , 
442, 992 

— Mary [^^II] . 710, 9S4, 9S5 

— Mary E. (Parker) [VIII] 503, 

710 

— Mary L. (Carducr) fVII] 430, 

710, 711 

— XIary Tmill Speuce [VII] 435- 

436 

— Mary "VV. (Goodrich) [VIII] 711 

— Percival [IX] . . 991-992 

— Rachel 91 "■ 

— Rebecca (.Vmory) . . . 442 

— Rebecca (Russell) . . 251 

— Rebecca Russell [VI] 251-252. 

354, 431, 430, 44-', '.!92 

— Sara Putnam [VIII] . . 725 

— Sarah (Cabot) .... 179 

— Susan Cabot .... 4t2 

— WilmotW 1075 

— & Garduer 431 

— Slimson i: Lo« ell . . 9? ! 

— Stimson & Stockton . 9ij3, 9S4 



LowKi:, Mark .\ii!uuy . . 1 

LowiiY, Eliza (Uueal) . . 1m:;() 

— Guurge W 10:!0 

— Harry [X] 1030 

— Kate E. (McGoweu) [XJ 103C 

Licis, Robert 530 

LtDwiG, Christian T. . . 943 

LuK.\.slIEVITCll, Ellas . . 950 

— Kathoriiie (Olsru) . . . 950 

— Maria Yud\iga[ IX] . . 950 
LuMMUS, Frank Cnuant [.X] 1074 

— Mary A. (Uu-hliy) [.\.] 1075 

— MaryH. (rove) [IX] . Iur4 
Lint, Ileury 86 

— Mary 86 

LuscoMB, Elsie J. (lldol) . 1077 

— Horace Tufts .... 1077 

— Ida Tufts [X] . . . . 1077 

— Lucy COO 

— ■William 220 

LuTiitR, Abbic [X] . . . 1030 

— Caroline (Leech) . . . 1030 

— George 1030 

— Martin 291 

Lyde, Louisa 322 

Lypston, Naucy .... 603 
Ltfokd, Molly .... 390 
LvMAX, Abby'.M. C. (Hum- 
phrey) [VIII] ... 692 

— Alice [IX] 974 

— Anne (rr:r,i) [VII] 418,423 

— Annie M. (bi:iiit) [VIII] 400. 

693-699 

— Arthur [IX] . . 958, 975 

— Arthur Thc.nhv.v [VIII] 213, 

41S, 692-693, 093, 724, o;5 

— Chailes [VII] 421, 4-.'l. 00^ 

— Charles rrcderick ■VIII] 698 

— Cora [VIII] 696, 977, 978, 

979 

— Elizabeth (Rus.-.cll) [VIII] 090, 

698, 783, 1010 

- Elizabeth G. (Otis) [Vll] 417- 

418, 092 

— Elizabeth Gray [IX] . . 974 

— Elizabeth Otis [VUI] 691, 09], 

972 

— Ella [IX] 975 

— Ellcu B. (Lowell) [VIII] 417 u.. 

418 n., 693, 724 

— George Gray [IXJ . . 974 

— George Theodore [VIII] 692. 

974 



Lym.^N, Giiir:.'!' Williams 

[VII] 416-417, 417, 417 M., 
418, 423, O'Jl, 692, 693, 604 

— Hiiunah Huiitiiijrtnn . . 715 

— Helen (UceckiiKiu) [IX] 975 

— Herbert [IX] .... 975 

— Isaac 243 

— Lydia(William^) rvi: 120, 103, 

240-241, 211, 410^418, 421, 

423 

- Lvdia AVillianis [VI [[] 694, 976 

— Jlaiy [VII] 421, 121 ii , C99, 

700, 702, 703 

— XIary 307 

— MarvElhr. [VIII] 691, 'J73 

— Milly (I'arkri) [IX] . . 974 

— Olive 242 

— Ruth 242 

— Ruth (I'luminer) ... 213 

— Sally (Oils) [VIII] .417,692 

— Samuel 307 

— Sarah 242 

— Sarah (Eiuersun) . . 241, 242 

— Sarah Pratt [Vlll] . 118, 211, 

417, 425, 427. 693 

— Susau C. (Cabot) [IX] 957, 975 

— Susau N. [VII] . . .421 n. 

— Susau P. (Warren) [VII] 421, 

808, 077 

— Theodore [VI] 120, 241-2-13, 

212 n., 245, 410, 417, 093. 9^5 

— Theodore [Vll] 418-420, 120, 

690 

— Theodore [VIII] 84, 240, 240 u., 

246 n., 217 n., 219 n., 41 S n., 
420, 420 n., 696-698. COS 

— Waldo 242 

— "William [VII] .... 423 

— William Pratt [VIII] 692, 074 

— \Villiam Pratt [IX] . . 974 

Ly-S", Henry 15 

Ly.ncii, Mary 819 

Ltxde, Benjaiiiui .... 81 
Lynpon, Mary Anu ... S47 
Lyox, Adelaide .... 70S 

— xUlcc Cheevor [X] . . 1026 

— Annie M. (Frye) [IX] 797, 

798, 1025, ItL'O 

— Charles Gardner [X] . . 1026 

— David 708 

— Kdward Hnniiltou [X] . 1025 

— Florence G. (Waterhouic) 

[X] 1025 



INDEX OF XAMES. 



1137 



Lvoy, Frank Clint. 11 [X] .1025 

— Fi'cilcrick II 7'.'!5 

— TIaiifoid [IX] 797-798, 79S ii. 

— Ida L. (Mitclifll) [X] . 1025 

— Jarvis 79S 

— Jessie (Porter) [X] . . 1025 

— Josie 7'JS 

— Levi 79S 

— Matilda 9i7 

— Nelicmiali Webb . . . 79S 

— Samuel 79S 

— Sarah (Tre.iJwcU) . . 79S 

— Sarah J 79S 

— Walker 79S 

— William 79S 

LvTLE & Stone .... 625 



Macartiiy, .... 3SS 

Macarixey, Agni-3 (Doiiald- 

sou) 1062 

— George Read .... 1062 

— Isabella Louise [X] 1061-1062 
JI VCDONALD, Andrew [Xj . 1079 

— Andrew 1079 

— Anna E. (Sliaffer) . . 1079 

— Charles H 767 

— Mary E. (Slieluiire) [X] 1079 

— Mary Francis [VIII] . 767 
Mack, Catherine S. r.(Onie) 

[VIII] 314, 315, 310, 323, 
517, 51S 

— David 316, 517 

— Elisha[VI[]112, 315-316,323 

— Esther Clarke [VIII] 192, 5 IS, 

527-528, 529 

— Harriet (Clarke) [Vli] 112.192, 

316, 323, 323 n., 527, 52S 

— Harriet Ornc [VIII] 51S, 528, 

528-529 

— Mary (T;iIcott) . . . 316 

— Mary Catherine [VIII] 518, 

559 

— William [VIII] 67, 71. 97, ISS, 

193, 191, 311, 322, 517, a2«!, 

529 

Mackat, Helen [IX] . . 983 

— Snsan II. (MoKi.n) . . 9S3 

— William 9S3 

.M vrKESZlF., Is.abil!a(IIiitcli- 

in.son) *>29 

— IsilKlIaDnsuid [IX] . 829 

— Reuben Freeman , . . 829 



Mai kiy, Cecdia .... 592 

— Daniel [VI] 90, 93, 180, ISO ii., 

306 

— Elizabeth [VII] . 303, 507 

— Elizabeth ISU 

— Elizabeth (Smith) [VII] 306 

— Esther [VII] .... 302 

— Esther (Gardner) [VI] 93, 179, 

ISO, 302, 3U3, 304, 306 

— Margaret [VII] 304, 305, 508. 

509 

— Margaret (Epes) . . 90, ISO 

— Xanej Lois Gardner 

[Vil] 306 

— Samuel Gardner [VII] . 306 

— William 90, 1«0 

ilADDOCK, Alfred [IX] 865-866 

— D<;lia P. (Blauchard) 

[IX] 865 

— Mary A. ( ) ... 866 

— Thomas 866 

Madison, James . . . [143, 444 

M.vGKE, Jaue 1021 

MAiiiiR, Anna 1004 

Malbose, Edward G. . . 344 
^Malcheii, ilary .... 407 
Mallox, Abbie (Ivtndall) 

[IX] 928 

Mallort, Annie .... 740 
Maloxey, Annie Magdalin 

[X] ...... 1079 

— Bridget (O'Toolc) . . 1079 

— Thomas 1079 

Malortic, Emily .... 1050 

Manx, Eunice 476 

Manning, Abigail ( ) . 633 

— Franecs Wilkins [VIII] 633 

— George [VIII] ... 633 

— Lucy 171 

— :Mary 350 

— Riehard 633 

Manock, David .... 103S 

— Frank [X] .... 1038 

— Lizzie A. (Bradvviek) [X] 1038 
Maxsfield, Alexriuder . . 8S3 

— Ainia 220 

— Anna (Ward) [VI] 219-220. 

222 

— Amic 220 

— Benjamin [V] . . . 101-102 

— Benjamiu[VI]. . .101,203 

— Dorcas ....... 220 

— Elizabeth 220 



MAX.stiELD, Ella Louisa 


IX] 883 


— llaunali (I'roctor) 


. 206 


— Junalhau . . . 


. 220 


— Lucy .... 




. 220 






206 


— Martha T. . . 




. 311 


— Marv .... 




. 905 


— Mary Jane . . 




. 920 






206 


— Meliitable . . 




220 


— Putty .... 




220 


— Paid .... 




102 


— Sarah [VI] 101, 203-204. 333, 




334, 335 


— Sarah (Carter) . . 


. 102 


- Sarah (Hardy) [V] 


101, 102, 




203, 204 


— Seeth [VI] . . . 


101, 204 


— Susan D. (Christian) 


. SS3 


— Susan R. ... 


. 925 


ilAXsoN, Caroline Augusta . 524 


Marciiaxt, Harriet Beetle . 901 


Marie Antoinette, Queen 543 


ilARKE.s, Adam . . 


756 


— Anua M. S. (.Adriauce 


) . 756 


— Maggie [VIII] . 


756 


JIaukiiam, Catherine 


. 907 


— T R 


372 


Marqueze & Varney 


. 827 


Marseilles, \drine . 


. 772 


— Ilcsfer (Gurdon) . 


. 772 


— Mary Francis [VIII] 


771 772 


Marsh, Caroline A. B. [X] . 1080 


— EzekielBronsdon[rX] . 925 


— JIargaret A. (Svmoi 


ds) 


[IX] .... 


925, lOSO 


— Sarah C. (Bronsdon) 


. 925 


— Thomas Hartshorn 


. 925 


Marshall, . . 


. 364 


— Annie Laura [X] . 


. 1068 


— Cliarlotte(Phippeu)[IX] 833, 




1056 


— Daniel Augustus [X] 


. 1056 


— D.niel Millikfn[IX] 


. . 853 


— Elijah 


9CS 


— Eliza S. (Conrad) [X 


. 1056 


— Elizabeth J. (Adams) [X] 1056 


- Emilv 


. 3i'.7 


— George Henry [X] 


. . 1056 


— Jonatlian .... 


. . '^53 


— M.artha Keene [X] 


. 1056 


— Naucv Maria [IX] 


998 


— N.atli.imcl[VI] 




283, 2S4 



113S 



I^'DEX OF NAMES. 



S53 
282 

90S 
IOCS 



llAnMiALL, riicbe (Millikcii) 

— S.iiuh (rickeriiig)[Vl] . 

— Sanh J. (.M;isuuJ . . 

— Susasuia (Fuller) . . . 

— AVarrca Webster . . . 
Maesiifield, Ar\-illa E. 

(Fo-)[LX]. . . . 896 
Makstox, Airna .... 631 

— Bcujamin . . . . 6S, IG'J 

— Eli^beth 6S 

— Mercy ( ) .... 47 

— Paticure 6S 

Martis, Elizabetli (Sy- 

monds) lOGi 

— ILmuah A. (Parrolt) [X] 1064 

— Knott Pedrick [X] . . 1064 

— Nancy C 9^7 

— Sarab 10^9 

— Thomas 1004 

ilAuriNEAU, Harriet . . . 649 
Mauvix, Julia Elizabetb . 940 
Masox, Anna S. L. [VIII] 715, 955 

— Charles 715 

— Deborah 493 

— Eliiabetb [IX] 715, 955-956, 

9G7 

— Eunice (Dimau) [VI] 90, 196, 

196, 197 u. 

— Hauuab H. (Lyman) . . 715 



— Joliu . 

— Jouatbau 

— Lizzie 



255 
419 

496 



— Lucy D. (Thurber) [IX] 1002 

— Malaca 1002 

— Maria L. (Maxson) . . 1002 

— Preserved (Lambert) . . 196 

— Robert Means .... 955 

— Sarah E. (I'raucis) . . . 955 

— Sarah Jane lOGS 

— ShclJon GilTord [IX] . 1002 

— Susan Powell .... 421 

— Thomas [VI] .... 196 

— Tiiouias 196 

Masluy, David [V] . . 174,174 

— Eliz'ibetli [VII] ... 334 

— Elizabeth 559 

— Il.auuah (Pickering) [V] 57,16'!, 

173 

— Lney (Andrews) . . . SGO 

— Mary 27:! 

— Pauline Andrews [IX] . 860 

— Richard 3:U 

— Sand) (Beadle) .... 334 



Mascry, Susannah ... 63 

— Thomas 860 

Matulr, 27 

— Aurore T. (de Loujeuil) . 868 

— George 8GS 

— Horace E S68 n. 

— Joseph [IX] . . 867-868 

— Joseph SGS 

— Mary S. (Pcirce) [IX] 867, 1060 

— Richard 868 n. 

— Shilob 367 

— Stella Mary [X] . . . 1060 
Matuews, Alice C, [IX] ._ 806 

— Ann (Whitfield) . . . SOG 

— John 806 

Maitiiews, Anna G. (War 

ner) [VUI] 

— Ferdinand . 

— Henry F. . 

— Maria E. (Rice) [IX] 

— Mary J. (Simouds) 

— Mvni Lillian [IX] 

— Richard [VIII] . 

— Richard Scars [IX] 

— Sabra (Sears) . . 

— Samuel .... 
MATTOoy, Emeline ( 

— Sarah Elector [VIII] 

— Warrea .... 
Maukan, Olivia . . 

Maurter, . . 

Mavekick, Eliza . . 

— Moses 

!Maxson', MarLa Louise 
Mat, Mary Perrin 

— Sarab 

Mater, Paulina Elizabeth 
Mathew, Jonathan . 
Matsard, Abncr . . 

— Cl-iriisa .... 

— Clarissa (Stone) . 

— Hannah (Hall) . 

— Lorenzo .\bner [IX] 

— Louisa Maria . 

— Samuel 592 

— Sarah E. (Lemon) [IX] . 909 
Mato, Abigail Kuowles . . 905 
Mazerixe, Lady .... 801 

— Lord SOI 

McArtiiub, Jiles .... 761 
Mc VlLEY, Margaret .\nn . 952 
McBrRXEV, J.ane [VII] 329, 538 

— :Mary (Patterson) . . . 329 



622 



622, 916 
622 
971 

916-917 

971 

971 

G22 u. 

916 

622 

622 

629 

629 

629 

692 

698 

U 

34 

1002 

727 

583 

1050 

170 

910 

592 

592 

910 

909-910 

592 



McBvRNKr, Mary Clarissa 

— ^Villiara 

McCas dless, Margaret Duu 

can [VIII] . . 

— Sarah N. (Collius) 

— Wilson .... 
.\IcCartiiy, Justin . 

— Lydia Davis [VII] . 
McCiiESSEY, John . . 

— Lucy (Riley) ... 

— Margaret Amelia [IX] 
McClaugurey, Jiles (Mc 

Arthur) .... 

— Nancy [VUI] . . . 

— William 

McCleary, Elizabeth J. 
McCleery, Eleanor Leamon 



538 
329 

541 

541 
541 
373 
373 
833 
833 
833 

761 
761 

761 

861 

1023 



McClellax, George B. . 673, 857 



McCuLLOCK, John Ramsay 
McCoRDY, Annie Frances 
McEwEy, Harriet E. [VIII] 
McFaRlaxd, Sarah . 
McGarry, Catherine 
^[cGowEN, Abbie (Luther) 
[X] .... 

— John E. [X] . . 

— Kate Everett [X] . 

— Kcsiah (Carter) 

— Mary M. (Everett) [IX] 



— William 

— William W. [IX] . . 

McGregor, . . . 

McIsTOsn, C. Winthrop 

— Hester [IX] . . . 

— Lucrctia (AValsh) . . 
McIxTYRE, Clarissa [Vni] 404, 552 



— Hannah 

— Nathaniel .... 

McKay, F. E 

McKiM, Susan H. . . 
McKixG, Margaret . . 
McLeax, Am; (Amory) . 

— Dolly [VII]. . . . 

— John 

McMuRTRiE, Horace & Co. 
McMcRTRY, Fannie . . 
McNeisii. Eliz.ibeth . . 
McNei.i.y, Catherine . . 
McNiDER, Charlotte . . 
McTavisii, Christena . 
Mead, Il.anuah . . . 
Meade, George Gordon . 



300 
1059 
742 
670 
753 

1030 
1030 
1030 

804 
804, 
1030 

704 
804 

512 

S49 
849 

849 



552 
552 
734 
983 
953 
660 
481 
660 
455 
1060 
1006 
476 
667 
S17 
683 
697 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



1139 



Meider, Catherine (Pcirce) 

[IX] 874 



— Muiia (Aslifurd) 

— William ?75 

— William lloiiry [IX] . 874-875 
Mecajity, i'lorciicc ... 4i 
Mekk, Bessie F. (Fulhani) . lOCO 

— Jlaude IMaiicliarJ [X] . 1060 

— William Ilicharii . . . lOfiO 
Mellen, Cliri>tliia (Davis) . lOoS 

— Edward [VIII] ... 742 

— Edward Hi 

— Gcorgiiina S. (Dodi^c) 

[VIII] .433,459,742,905 

— Jamcj 105 S 

— Mary Col man [IX] . . 995 

— Mary Elizabeth [X] . . 1058 

— Pamela 203 

— Sophia (\yhitiiey) . . . 7i2 
MELZ.IRD, AibioQ R. [X] . 1077 

— George R 1077 

— Laura A. (Ward) [X] . 1077 

— Sarah E. (Wilford) . . 1077 
Meredith, Albert A. H. 

[IX] 974 

— Elizabeth A. (Wagstaff) . 971 

— Elizabeth G. (Lyman) 

[IX] 974 

— Hiuman 971 

— W 157 

Meres, 12 

Meuuick, Eiauces Fiske . Sll 

— & Lee 499 

Merrill, .... 196 

— Adeliza (Ynuug) . . . 1013 

— Albert ...... 1013 

— Annie [VIII] .... 706 

— Benjamin 520 

— Esther [VI] . . 195-196 

— Esther (Piiier) .... 190 

— Frances E. (Smith) [X] 1043 

— Justus 706 

— Leroy Albert [X] . . 1043 

— Margaret Ella .... 960 

— Mary (Chipp) .... 706 
Merkimax, Julia .... 670 
Merritt, Abram .... 910 

— Alice R. (Ililtz) [IX] . 910 

— Phoebe Steen .... 9J2 

— Rebecca (Lewis) . . . 910 

— Willard A. [IX] ... 910 
Merry, Urnrictta . . . 1026 
Messeb, Martha Jane . . 923 



Messervy, Rebecca ... 5 t3 
MetcaLF, Albert [VII] . 479 

— Edgar Albert [VIII] . 759 

— Mar}- (Pickering) [VII]479, 759 

— Ruth 516 

AIeyers, Anne M. (Price) . 762 

— Jtanuette [VIII] . . 762 

— Mathew H 762 

MiDDLEJiORE, Samuel G. C. 525 
Miduleton, Bessie Elizabeth 

[X] 1033 

— Mary (George) . . . 1033 

— Samuel 1033 

MiEELix, Elizabeth Crownin- 

shield .... 967, 1017 
MiLBCE-V, Amy J. [VIII] . 770 

— John 770 

— Mary ( ) .... 770 

-Miles, Catharine (Emmert) 9iiS 

— Laurisa [IX] .... 908 

— William 90S 

Miller, 377 

— Bessie Linden [IX] . . 820 

— Catharine Elizabeth [IX] 804 

— Edward 820 

— Elizabeth .... 160, 163 
-Ellen 754 

— EUen M. (Fairchild) [IX] 805 

— Isaac [VIII] .... 511 

— Isaac Jay [IX] ... 805 

— James 550 

— John 301 

— Lucinda [IX] . . 804, 1031 

— Margaret"[IX] . . 804, 1032 

— Margiiret ( ) . . . 511 

— Martha (Ferguson) . . 550 

— Mary [VIII] . . 550, 550 n. 

— Mary 102S 

— Matthew 511 

— Sarah J. (Reid) ... S20 

— Sophia (Dabncy) [VIII] 510, 

804, S05 
Millet, Almira (Briggs) 

[IX] ...... 835 

— Benjamin [VII] 335, 550, 551. 

552, 553 

— Benjamin [VIII] . . 551, S33 

— Charles [VIII] . 545-546, 

825, S26, 827 

— Clarissa (McLityre) [VIII] 10 [. 

552 

— Elizabeth [VIII] 550, 551, 553, 

S31, 837, S3S 



Millet, Elizabctli (Masury) 

[VII] 334 

— Jonathan [VI] .... 204 

— Jonathan [VII] 334, 545, 5 16, 

547 

— Jonathan [VIII] . . . 545 

— Jonathan 204 

— Joseph Hardy [VII] 73, 335 

— Joseph Ilardy [VIII] 552, -35 

— Joseph Hardy [IX] 835-836 

— Leelb 54S n. 

— Mary [VII] .... 335 

— Mary (HenGcld) ... 204 

— Mary (Pcele) [VII] . . 335 

— Mary (I'ortcr) [VIII] , 545 

— Mary (Savory) [Mil] 547-548 

— Mary Hardy "[VllI] ' 552, S36, 

837 

— Nathan [VII] . . . 334, 550 

— Nathan [VIII] 546, S27, S2S, 

S29 

— Rebecca (Beckfonl) [VII] 335 

— Ruth (Driver) [VIII] . 546 

— Sarah [VII] 333,542,543,544 

— Sarah [VIII] 550, 551, 553, S35 

— Sarah (Archer) [VIII] . 546 

— Sarah (Clark) [VIII] 551-552 

— Sarah (ilansfiekl) [VIj 101, 

203-204, 333, 334, 335 

— Secth [VI] 73, 232. 334, 54S, 

549, 550 

— Ursula K. (Chapman) 

[VIII] 212, 221, 224, 352, 

547, 570 

Millett, Andrew . . . 1007 

— Annie E. (Rix) [X] . . 1041 

— Arthur Raymond [X] . 1041 

— Aurinda 767 

— Benjamin [IX] .... 835 

— Caroline Augnbta[IX] 826,1011 

— Carrie M. (Stock well) 

[X] .... 1044-1045 

— CaseudanaA. (I'ickcrmg) 

[IX] 1007 

— Charles [IX] .... 828 

— Clarence Herman [X] . 1045 

— Eliza Archer [IX] . . 826 

— Elizabeth [IX] 828, 1013, InU 

— Ellen Harrin-ton [X] . 1044 

— Ellen Ursula rix: . 828, im:'. 

— Evin Andrew [IX] . . 1007 

— Frank [IX] 1015 

— George [IX] . . 829, 1044 



1140 



INDEX OF NAlilES. 



MiLLKTT, George L.iu^lcU 

[X] 1044 

— Hcury Chase [X] . . . 1041 

— Isabella D. (Mackciuiu) 

[IX] 829 

— Joseph Hardy [VIII] 547, S29 

— Joseph Uanly [I\] 829. into 

— LettieP. (LorJ) [iX] . 828 

— Lizzie GooJliiic [X] . . 1041 

— Louis Dearborn [X] . 

— Loveru (llciulerjoii) . 

— Margaret Webster [IX] 



1045 

1007 
829. 
104o 
827 
1045 
829 



— Mary E. (Goodhue) [IX] . 

— Mary F. (Dav. her) [X] . 

— Mary J. (L;ii.L:aoU) [IX] 

— Myrlilla M. (I>u i-l,t) [X] 1045 

— \afhan Hardy 1X1 827, 10 U 

— Xeedham Chapman [IX] 827. 

lOil 

— NelUe F. (Kendall) [X] . 1041 

— Rebecca Chapman [IX] . 829 

— Rebecca King [IX] 827, 1041 

— Ruth Driver [IX] . . 825 

— Sarah E. (Felt) [IX] . 827 
-- Sarah Elizabeth [IX] 825, S23 n. 

— Sylvia E. (Wrij'nt) [IX] . 828 

— WilIiiimHeury'[lX] . . 828 
MiLLiGAX, Elise [VIII] . . 720 

— George Baldwin . . . 720 

— Sophia G. (Carroll) . . 720 
Mlllikis, Abigail L. (Smith) 

[X] 1076 

— Emeline S96 

— John Henry [X] . . . 1076 

— Phebe. ." 853 

Mills, Charles H. & Co. . 422 

— Elijah Hunt .... 6 15 

— Elizabeth R. (Upton) 

[IX] 924 

— Harriet (BLake) ... 645 

— Mary S. (Tiffany) ... 921 

— R. C. . . . . . . . 641 n. 

— Robert [LX] .... 924 

— Robert C 921 

— Sarah Hunt [VIII] . 645, 725 
MlLTlMOttE, Andrew ^Villiaul 

[VII] 447 

— Dorothy (Wiggiii) . . 447 

— James 447 

— Sarah B. (Wiggiii) [VII] 447 

Miser, 157 

Mlss8, Susanna Cunningliam 70S 



Mary 



Minor faiuily . . 
MixoT, Rebecca . 

— Sclina Crauch . 

— William . . . 

— Hooper & Co. . 
Mixrxzis, Virginia 

MlT; HELL, AnU . 

— Cliarlotie M. (Gilmore 

— Edward [IX] 

— Edward . . 

— Elizabeth B. (Stone) [IX] 

— Faniue D. (\\ edgewood) 

— IdaLydia[X] . 

— Lewis .... 

— Oriana [VII] . 

— Richard . . . 

— S. Weir . . . 

— Thomas . . . 
MoFiiT, Edward . 

— Elizabeth [X] . 

— Hannah (Palm) 
MoGAN, Bridget . 

iloycKlox, . 

MoXROE, James 
MoNTAGrE, Lady 

Wortley . . . 

— W. L 

MoNTooMERy, Eliza 

(Silsbee) [IX] . 

— Elizabeth (.Silva) . 

— Helen L. (Woods) 

— Mary Ann [VIII] . 

— William .... 

— Wiuslow Lewis [IX] 
Moody, Abbie E. (Picker- 
ing) [^^^] . . 

— Chaumug [VIII] . 

— JIary E. (Wilder) 

— XeUie May [IX] . 

— Silas 

Moore, . . . 

— A. C. (Clark), Mrs 

— Alexander [VII] . 

— Catherine [VIII] . 

— Edmund W. . . 

— Frank .... 

— Grace E. [IX] . . 

— Hannah .... 

— Judith Atkins . . 

— ]{cbecca Janet . . 
Rosamond L. (Preble) 
Sarah (Necdhrim) [VII] 

MoEX, ^Vnna (Gould) 



W 



5S2 
200 
669 
214 
936 
991 
851 

1023 
851 
2S5 
851 
451 

1025 
451 
451 

1025 
709 
851 

1031 
1031 

1031 

1078 
210 
150 

950 
796 n. 



997 

515 
997 

515 
515, 997 

997 



763, 100.5 

763 

763 

1005 

763 

860 

494 

349 

610 

901 

719 u. 

901 



953 

733 
1004 

901 
349 

762 



More, Anna H. (Reynolds) 

[IX] 1005 

— Edwin [VIII] .... 762 

— Edwin [IX] 1005 

— John S 7G2 

— Sophrouia P. (Thurher) 

[VIII] . . . 762,1005 
MoRG.Yjj, Benjamin . . 506, 852 

— Frances Elizabeth . . . 920 

— Hannah [VIII] 565-566 

— Hester Anne .... lOOS 

— J. S. & Co 775 

— Lewis [IX] 852 

— Mary E. (Stone) [IX] . 852 

— Sally 566 

— Susan (Crombie) . . . 832 
MoRiN, David [X] ... 1072 

— MaryA. (Iluleu) [X] .1072 

— Matilda ( ) . . . 1072 

— Paul 1072 

MORLEY, 756 

— Annie [VIII] .... 756 

— Polly (Kellogg) ... 756 
JIoRONG, Priscilla .... 833 
Morrill, Abigail S. (Brown) 1074 

— Anne 709 

— Anson P 6S3 

— Barzillai L 1074 

— Charles B. [X] ... 1074 

— Hannah 450 

— Laura E. (Feltou) [X] . 1074 

— Lot 6S3 

— Rowena Caroline [VIII] 412 n., 

680 n., 681 n., 683 

— Rowena W. (Richardson) 6S3 
Morris, Ann 1029 

— Augusta McE vers [IX] 846-847 

— Ella (Birckhead) . . 846-S47 

— Frances [IX] .... 842 

— Gouvemeur 1016 

— John 209 

— JohnE 830 n. 

— Mary E. fBabcock) . . 842 

— William Henry . . 846, 847 

— William Lewis .... 842 

— &Co 8S5 

MoRRtsov, Agnes (Carter) . S03 

— John W. [IX] .... 803 

— Kate (Everett) [IX] . . 803 

— Kate Everett .... 310 n. 

— Leonard A 690 n. 

-Robert 803 

Morse, Abncr .... 509 n. 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



1141 



^(onsE, Annie G. (Cross) 
[LX] .... 

— Arthur KiiiilniU [X] 
_Cli:irlc3 WilIi.im[lX] 

— Clara Estclla [IX] 

— Cora S. (Cuiiiuiiiigb) 

— E. IloUms k Brutlier 

— EJwarJ S. . . . 

— Eliza A. (G«"inn) . 

— EUzubotli A.(Fruiicli)[VIlI] 171, 

472, 7J-2 11., 754, Vm 

— Ellen U. (WaKlou) [X] . 1072 

— Elorence Isubcllc [IX] . 

— Frances H. (Turrey) . 

— Prances Rollins [IX] 

— Harriet J. (Lee) [VIII] 2 

506, 7S7, 753 

— Henry Lee [IX] . . 787-788 

— Jessie F. L. (Scott) [IX] 788 

— John 507 

— John Giluiorc .... 751 

— Joliu Torrey .... 297 

— Josephine Cammings [X] 1080 

— Lemuel "\Vellman . . . 1U>0 

— Lizzie Jeauuette [IX] . 1000 



914 
1072 

914 
1000 

lObU 
979 
745, lOii 
. 1072 



1000 

507 
787 

),:'.' 11, 



— Lucius BoUcs . . . 


. 1072 


— ilary Lee [IX] . . 


. 788 


— Robert M., .Tr. . . . 


. 9-16 


— Samuel Torrey [VIH] 


50S-507 


— Sidney Milton [VIII] 


. 754 


— Susan E. (Hall) . . 


. 914 


— Sybil (Kinginau) . . 


. 754 


— TVillard Aldricli . . 


. 914 


— Stone & Greenough . 


. 1011 


MoRTO.v, 'Williaiu . . . 


. 440 


MosrLEr, Charles W. . 


. 677 


— F. S. & Co 


. 1017 


MosELT, Samuel . . . 


. 29, 30 


Motley, Edward . . . 


. 969 


— EUen (Rodman) . . 


. 969 


— Ellen Rodman [IX] 


969-970 


— John Lotlirop . . . 


. 49S 


Jfoui.TON, Abigail . . 


. 554 


— Anna D. ( ) . . 


. 104S 


— Auna S. [X] . . . 


. 1048 


— J. H 


. 376 


— Joshua W. . . . 


. 1018 


MuDGE, Almira . . 


. 600 


— Elizabeth . . . 


. 1005 


McLL, Edward [VTI] 


754 


— Hannah E. (Wellington) 


[VIII] . . . 


754 


— Mary A. (Huyck) 


. 754 



Mull, Miudanl .... 754 
MuLOCK, David .... 1006 

— Ehzabeth (McNeish) . . lOm; 

— Ella [IX] 1006 

Mluford, Anne Lctitia [IX] 822, 

1040 

— ComcUaM 1040 

— George Elihu . . . . 10 IS 

— George Saltoustall [X] . 1018 

— Giirdou Saltunstall . . S22 

— Isabella M. (Lee) [X] . 1017 

— Julia E. (Hills) . . . 1018 

— Letitia (^"an Turen) . . 822 
MusDAT, Elizabeth [VII] . 363 

— Mary (Pease) .... 363 

— WilUam 363 

MuNKOE, James .... 646 

Mary 92S 

MiRPOCK, Artemas, Jr. [TTI] 494 

Mary (Siuioiids) [VII] . 494 
Murray, Emma (Hrowu) [IX] 849 

— Hardy Phippeu [IX] . 849 
James G. Allen [IX] . 849 
John [VIII] .... 564 

John 564 

John Edwards [IX] . . 848 
Joseph Phippeu [IX] 848 

— Lucy S. (Tappan) [IX] . 849, 

1054, 1055 

— LvtUa (Crowell) ... 564 

— Mary E. (Edwards) [VIII] 564, 

848, SW 

— Mary E. (Sargent) [IX] 849 

— Sarah G. (Has~tiugs) [IX] 848 
ilrsGROVE, Isabelle . . . 806 
Mylod, Harriet .... 893 
MvEES, Sarah 804 



Xafoleos BroN vPAKTE 659,801 

Nash, Frank [IX] ... 818 

— Sarah F. (Henderson) [IX] 813 
N.^so^•, Benjamin .... 826 

— Lucia Wells .... 826 

— OUvia S. (Hubbard) . . 826 
Nayso.v, Alic-- Picrcf [X] . 1058 

— Caroline G. (Campbell) . lOoS 

— Charles A 1058 

Xazro, Mary Elizabeth . . 9S2 

XfaL, Benjamin Baldwin . 829 

— Daniel 223 n. 

— David [VI] 223 

— David 223 



Neal, Eunice [V] . . . 78, 166 

— Eunice (Pickering) [IV] 46, 50, 

SO, 86, 87, 166, 167, 171, 173, 
174, 175, 475 

— Hannah [VII] . . . 373, 627 

— Hannah (Webb) ... 223 

— Harriet Charlotte . . . 1020 

— Joseph [IV] 80, ^6, 86-87, 111 

— Joseph 87 

— Judith (Cro.ide) . . 87 

— Lydia Ill 

— Martha (Heullehl) [ V I] 223, 223, 

373 

— Martha (Soutliwick) . . 829 

— Mary [V] 167-168, 168, 169, 

171 

— Rebecca C.(Millett)[ IX] 

— AViiliam Silver [IX] . . 
Xeallev, Abraham True 

— Charles [VIII] . . . 

— Emeliue B. (Ward) [IX] 



829 

829 

905 

530 

905, 

1073 

1078 

905 

530 



— Ida[X] 

— Mary (MansCeld) . . 

— Sarah (Dodge) [VIII] 
Needham, Abigail (Sibley) 

[VIII] r . . . " . 563 

— Mce 633 

— Daniel [VII] .... 349 

— Daniel 211 

— Eliza Peolc [IX] ... 847 

— Elizabeth [VII] ... 349 

— Isabella (Armstrong) . 211 

— John ....... 340 

— Lydia Lefavour [VII] 348-349 

— Mary [VIIj .... 211, 349 

— Mary (IkU) [VIII] . . 563 

— Nathaniel [VII] ... 349 

— Sarah [VII] .... 349 

— Sarah (Clicever) [VII] . 349 

— Sanah Hasty .... 64S 

— Seeth [VII] . 349, 563, 564 

— Sceth (I'hippen) [VIj 105, 210, 

348, 349 

— Sophia 891 

— Thomas [VI] . . .210-211 

— Thomas [VII] '. . . 348.563 

— Thomas [VIII] . . 563, 847 
Nelson, Ebeiiezer . . . 341 

— Lois [VII] 341 

— Martha Ann .... 1047 
Nevixs, Charles Jacol) [X] . 1029 

— CLarissa A. (Hake) [X] . 1029 



1U2 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



Kevins, Elizabeth (C.iceii) . 10-"J 

— Jacob lOJ'J 

Newell, Aclisah Harriet [IXj 848 

— Andrew S9, ;!H 

— Cliloe (Padaock) ... SiS 

— Elizabeth (Luc) . , . f'J 

— Frances B. (Wells) . . Ol'i 

— Frauces Boott .... 91i> 

— Hannah H. (Orne) [VII] 341 

— Joseph R, Ss-^ 

— Moses 84-? 

— OUve [VII] 341 

— Olive (HaAcU) . 311, otl u. 

— William 9!i'. 

Newhall, Bi.'1'.jamiu EuJi- 

cott [IX] 886 

— Beujainiu Syinonds . . SSO 

— Caroline A."(DerbY) [IX] 885 

— Caroline M. ( ) . . SSO 

— Dorothy 35 S 

— Eliza Treadwell . . . 93:5 

— George Augustus [IX] . 911 

— Hannah 619 

— James R. . 23 n., 27 n., 4S n., 

68i n. 

— JohnF. ...... 911 

— Maria H. (Winn) . . . 911 

— Sally W. (Arriugiou) [IX] 911 
Newton, Stuart . . . 240, i'il 
Nichols, Abigail (Moulton) 53 1 

— Adeline Francis [VII] . 331 

— Alice M. (Shepley) [IX] . 937 

— Amelia A. (Aiuaxvortli) 

[VIII] . . . 352, 64S, 649 

— Andrew [IX] .... 895 

— Andrew [X] .... 1074 

— Andrew 8'Jj 

— Auna E. (Gamble) [VIII] 649 

— Annie Rodman . . . 686, 1052 

— Benj.amiu Ropes [VII] 31 111, 

15S, 267, 260 -269, 386, 454, 
651, 652, 053 

— Benjamin White [VHI] 269. 

260 n., 3S7 n., 653 

— Betsey (Peirc-) [VII] 204, 382 

— Bridget (Oruc) [VI] 202, 330. 

331 

— Caroline 1002 

— Caroline il. (Tucker) 

[VIII] . . . .650-651 

— Catherine F. A. [IX] . 937 

— Charles Fcssendeu [IX] 3S1 n , 

937 



XicuoLS, Charles Sanders 

[VIII] .017,649,930,937 

— Charlutte [VII] . .380,386 

— David [VII] .... 388 

— David [Vlli] . . . 229,554 

— David 22S, 229 

— Dorothea F. (Oilman) 

[VII] . . . 385, 938, 940 

— E. W -lOD 

— Edsar HaraUton [IX] 941-942 

— Edward Henry [VII] . 331 

— Elizabctli 63 

— Elizabeth (PlIivc) [VII] 264 

— Elizabeth (Pickering) 

[III] . . .33, 54, 63, 340 

— Elizabeth Keith [IX] . . 939 

— En.:abcth P. (Stanley) 

[IX] .... 895, 1071 

— Elizabeth Peirce [VIII] 648 

— Elizabeth Peirce [IX] 933 

— Elizabeth Pickering [VIII] 654, 

947 

— Elsie (Quincy) [IX] . . 941 

— George [VII] 220, 3S0, 380- 

381, 3S0 u., 3S2, 382, 303, 
647, 049 

— George [VIII] 89, 646-647, 

647, 931, 933, 935, 930 

— George Henry [VIII] 650, 93S, 

939, 910 

— George :Mi;iot [VII] . . 331 

— Grace B. (Houston) [IX] 937 

— Hannah (E:aon) ... 202 

— Harriet (Gaskill) . . 228, 229 

— H irriet Farl^ [IX] 933, lOSl 

— Harriet Orne [VII] 330, 333 

— Harry Peirce [IX] . . 937 
Heleii W. (Oilman) [IX] 3S5, 

938 

— Henry [VII] . . . 387, 3SS 

— Hcnrv[VllI] .... 549 

— Henry G;im:,n [IX] . . 941 

— Henrv Peirce [VIII] 648-649, 

649 

— Ichabnd[Vn 328-229, 233, 53 1 

— Ichabod [VII] 383-384, 3S3, 

050 

— Jeannette 1020 

— John [VII] . . . .382-383 

— JohnF 010 

— John GouL'h .... 7 n. 

— John H. [VIII] 227 n.. 229 n., 

3S1, 548 n., 647, 019 



N!ril0l,S, John llolynke [X] 1074 

— JuhuT. G. [Vlil] 3^5 n. 650, 

C5U, 910, 941 

— John T. 0. [IX] . . . 938 

— John W. T. [IX] . . 229, 936 

— Joseph Peirce [VII] . . 388 

— Jidia W. (Abbot) [IX] . 942 

— Lucy [IX] 935 

— Lucy Orne [VIII] 270, 651,912, 

941,945, 916 

— Lydia (Ropes) [VI] 227, 22S, 

382, 3S3, 3b0, 387, 3SS 

— Lydia Ropes [VII] 380, 383 

— Lydia Ropes [VIII] . . 646 

— M'argaret Athcrton [IX] 940 

— Marianne [VII] 330, 538, 539 

— JIartha A. (Proctor) 

[VIII] . . .336 n., 5S4 

— Martha S. (Hig::inson) 

[VII] . 179, 385-386. 502, 

913 

— Mary [IX] 935 

— Mary (Bill) [X] ... 1074 

— Mary (Piekeriug) [VI] 267- 

268, 208, 209, 274. 386, 051 

— Mary Ann [VII] 330. 53S, 539 

— Mary B. (Slocum) [IX] . 936 

— Mary U. (Ward) ... 805 
-Mary Jane [VIII]. . . 648 

— Mary Pickering [VIII] 653- 

654 

— Misses [VIII] 220, 227, 381, 

382 

— Moses 202 

— Perkins [VI] . . .202-203 

— Rebecca 200 

— Uebecca A. (Thayer) 

[VII] 388 

— Samuel [III] .... 63 

— Sarah (Athcrton) [VIII] . 650 

— Sarnh (Peirce) [VII] 220-227, 

380, 380, 381, 3S2, 383, 040, 
647. 048, 649 

— Sarah A. (Leach) [VIII] 647- 

648 

— Sarah H. (Ropes) [VIII] 388, 

548 

— Sarah Peirce [VIII] . . 646 

— Stephen 551 

— Susan F. (Treadwell) 

[VIII] . . . 3S2 n , 647 

— Sus;.n Treadwell [IX] 931-932 

— WiUard Athcrton [IX] . 939 



ISDEX OF N^ULES. 



1143 



NicuoLS, WUliain . . 105 


2, 10S2 


_ William Icbabod [IX] 


940 


Nichols family . . . . 


U^ 


— Holmes i: Co 


CIS 


— i-Cobb 


941 


— & llodgcs . . 


22S 


& NoTCS 


Clb 


NiciiOLsos, Joseph . . . 


5 n. 


NicKEBsos, James [IX] 


850 


— John Freeman . . . . 


7:55 


— Mabel [VIII] . . . . 


735 


— xMary A. (Girdici)[L\.] 


850 


— Mary E. (Deumii) . . 


850 


— Susaa (Robiiisou) . . 


735 


— Zeuas S 


850 


NiECEWAXGER, MarT A 




[VIII] .... 


746 


NiGHTi.NGALE, FloreQce . . 


9-21 


Noble, .... 


977 


— Ilanuah 


61i 


-W. H 


799 


NoLTON, Harriet A. (Terrv' 


912 


— John L 


91-2 


— Lida A. [IX] . . . 


912 


NoRRls, Charles . . . 


235 


— Elizabeth Holmaa . . 


858 


— John 


344 


— Martha 


609 


— Theresa (Orne) . . 


235 


A'oRTHESD, William D. . 


55S 


NoRTIIEY, Abijfih . . . 


200 


NottTo.v, Clement . . . 


SOO 


— Daniel 


1047 


— Emily Dunning [X] . 


1047 


— Hannah J. (Duuulnc;) 


1047 


— Helen M. [IX] . . . 


800 


— Martha (Pease) . . 


SOO 


— Mary 1 


69, 174 


— Mary Jane [VIII] . 


747 


Norwood, Betsey (Pi-abody 


484 


— Charles [VII] . . . 


484 


— Clara 


484 


— Florence 


484 


— James 


484 


— JohnE 


. 484 


— Mary 


. 481 


— Nellie 


. 4S4 


— Olive B. (Pickering) [VI 


I] 483, 




434 


NomwE, Aaron, Mrs. 


. 334 


— Anne 


. 1011 


— Heurv S 


. 210 n. 


NoiES, Amelia Josephine 


. 1034 



NoYEs, Flora M. Taylor 

[IX] 994 

— George 99i 

— George D. S. [IX] . . 994 

— Jane 240 

— Lydia 9U0 

— .Mary E. (Sawyer) . . 994 

— Parker 415 

Nltier, Joseph Henry . . 855 



Ohkr, Augnsta C. [VIII] 

— Elizabeth (Robiiisou) 

— Oliver 

— William 

Odell, Hanniih . . . 
Oli.v, Came Edith [IX] 

— Mary A. (Boweu) 

— William Milo . . . 
Oliver, .... 

— Elizabeth .... 

— Henry K. 551, 571, 615 
Olivier, Marv 11. . . 



596 

596 
608 
590 
321 
880 

sso 

880 

89 

290 

615 n. 

1060 



Olmstead, Frederick Law 980,981 

— Olmstead i Eliot ... 9S1 
Olsex, Katbcriue .... 950 
Olyphant, David . . . 820 

— Frank Murray [IX] . . 820 

— Harriet T. (Burr) . . S20 

— Mary (Wells) [IX] . . 820 

One-U.," Eliza 10:;0 

Okcltt, George [IX] . . 999 

— Harriet (Tompkins) . . 999 

— Lizzie G. (Rockefeller) 

[IX] 999 

— Samuel 798 n., 799 n., 1026 u., 

1027 n. 

— Wilson 999 

Oriel, Earon SOI 

Ok5ies, Mary 66 

Orxe, Abijriil (Ropps) . . 428 

— Alice [VI] 245, 425, 555, 706 

— Alice (Alien) .... 425 

— Alice (Palmer) . . . 245 

— Alice Clapp [IX] ... 982 

— Auu (Thompson) ... 70 

— Anne F. (Allen) ... 706 

— Anne F. (Orne; [VIII] 2t5, 425, 

461, 706 

— Anne Fiske [VIII] 215,425, 

461, 706 

— Annie (Memii) [VIII] . 706 

— Bridget [VI] . 202, 330, 331 



Ok.se, Bridget (Parker) [Vj 100, 
101 

— Catherine S. P. [VII] 314, 315, 

316,323, 510, 517 5iS 

— diaries Ucury [VII i 235, 428 

— Charles Williams [VIH] 706 

— Edward [VII] 245, 425, 555, 706 

— Edward 425 

— Ehzaheth [VII] ... 313 

— Elizabeth (Putnam) . . 235 
-Elizabeth (Pynchon) [VI] 188 

— Elizabeth P. (Onie)[VIlI , 245, 

425, 461, 705-706, 706 

-Elizabeth Putnam [VIII] 215, 

425, 461, 705-706, 706 

— ElleuM 425 

— Emily [VII] . 330,332,333 

— Esther [V] . 90, 91, 179,180, 

183, 184, 1S5, 514 

— Esther [VI] 07, 96, 112, 192- 

193,193, 194,233, 322, 323 

— Eunice [VI] 200-201, 2Ul, 202, 

328, 329, 330, 537 

— Eunice 235, 307 

— Grace A. (Chapman) [IX] 983 

— Hannah H.[ VII] . . . 341 

— Harriet [VII] 332, 53'J, 5 10, 541 

— Harriet J. (Orvi.) [IX] . 982 

— Henry Augustus [VIII] 705. 

706, 982, 9;3 

— Henry Merrill [IX] . . 982 

— John [V] 70, 96, 97, 100, 101, 

200, 202, 203 

— John [VI] 203, 331, 332, 333 

— John 74, 75 

— Jonathan .... 235, 307 

— Joseph [VI] 20s, 235, 307, 410, 

423 

— Joseph [VU] .... 410 

— Joseph 70 

— Josiah 245, 425 

— Lois [V] 80, 88, 90,96,97, 176, 

179 

— Lois [VI] 96, 1S6, 189-190, 

200, 318, 319, 320, 327 

— Lois (Pickering) [IV] 10, 67,80, 

88, 90, 95, 96, 9S, 100, 187, 
539 

— Lucy (Bhmcliard) [VII] 427 

— Mari:aret[ViI] ... 313 

— Marfa [VII] 313, 310, 410, 410 

— Mary [V] 98, 195, 190, 193, 200 

— Mary (Bowditch) ... 307 



1144 



JXDEX OF X.ULES. 



OuNE, Marv (UauiO [VI] UC, 
234-235, no 

— .\Liry (William:,; [\ 11] 425, 7i)j, 

70G 

— Mary Elizubolh [VIII] . rOii n. 

— Nancy . .... 555 

— l'amcla[VII] .... 331 

— rauiela(raiiliss) [ VI] 203, Jn.', 

9S1 

— Rebecca [VI] C7, 96, 186-187, 

193, 313 

— Rebecca (Taylor) [V] 95, 96, 97, 

97-98, IS7, 199, 277, 518 

— Iticliard Elviiis .... 706 

— Samuel [V] 70, 96, 98, 100 

— Samuel [VIJ . . . 90,195 

— Sarab [VI] 06, 188, 316, 317 

— Sophia B. I'.[VI 1] 333,511, 3 12 

— Siepheu Waiiaiiis[lX] . 983 j 

— Theresa 235 

— Timothy [IV] 67-70, SO, 96, 

235, 125. 530, 555 

— Timothy [V] 00, 70, SS, 95-97, 

97,98, 180, ls7,lSS,l«9, 192, 
193, 105, 317 

— Timothy [VI] 96, 187-188, 313, 

314 

— "William . . . 209, ilO, 42S 
Orne family .... 537, 539 
Oksweli,, Adeline Melville 

[IX] 901 

— George Berbeck ... 901 

— Harriet B. (Marchaut) . 901 
Orvis, llan-iet Josephine [IX] 982 

— Joseph Upliain .... 9S2 

— Mary E. (Xazro) ... 9S2 
OsnoRNE, Cynthia .... 536 

— George A 391 



— John 

— Mary 

— Nancy 

OsfiOOD, 

—.Mrs. 

— Anne L. (Mumtbrd) [IX] 



184 

185 

793 

47 

47 I 

822, I 

1040 I 

— Caroline (Perkins) [IX] 822 

— Charles 273, 275, 319, 322, ."23, \ 

381, 382, 411, 459, 460, 462. i 
464, 466, 501, 741, 742 

— Charles Christopher . . 1040 ' 

— Charlotte (Adan,-) [TUT] 521 i 

— Charlotte Emeliue [IX] . 812. 

10371 



Umjjud, Christopher lS9n.,316n., 
317 n. 

— Euaice R. (Rou'crs) . . 10 Hi 

— GaytonPickmaM[VQr] 520-521 

— George Prince [ i \ ] 512,5 13. 

822, 103> 

— Hannah (Bultolph) 33, 38. 51 

— Ira . 1S9 n., 316 n., 317 n. 

— Laac [VI 1] . 316-317, 318 

— Isaac [VIU] . 521,811,812 

— Isaac Paulkuer [L\] 316 n.,811- 

812, 812 

— John [IX] 822 

— John 189 a., 316 n., 317 n., 513 

— Jolin Williams [VIU] . 543 

— LoraM. (Whii.) [IX] . C12 

— JIary Elizabeth [X] . . 1046 

— Nathaniel 38, 51 

— Peter 317 

— Rebecca (Mcsservy) . . 513 

— Rebecca T. (Pickman) [VII] 317, 

317, 520. 521 

— Sallic Prince [X] . 71,1038 

— Sally Pickmati [VIII] 520, SOS, 

810, 811 

— Samuel . . . 141,317,689 

— Sarah (Joliiison) . . . 317 

— Sarah (Pickmau) [VII] . 316, 

317, 318 

— Sarah (Prince) [M-U] . 542- 

543. 54o. 513 n., 822 

— WiUiam . 189 n., 316 n., 317 n. 
Oswald, Elizabeth (Everett) S03 

— Jacob S03 

— Jonathan 803 

— Lydia [IX] 803 

— Marie (.Everett) ... 803 

— Mary [IX] 803 

Otis, Bass 660 

— Elizabeth Gray [VII] 417-418, 

692 



— Harrison Gray . 


296, 297, 417, 




418, 418 n. 


— James William . 


... 692 


— Martha (Church) 


... 692 


— Sally [VIII] . 


. 417, 692 


— Sarah (Foster) . 


... 417 


O'TooLE, Brid^'ct . 


. . . 1079 


OcLTOX, Deborah . 


... 176 


OnEN-, Emma [VI] 


. . . 286 


OwRT, Fr.-\Mk . . 


. . . 805 


— Mary[l.\.] . . 


. . . 805 


— Susan (Lane) . 


... 805 



Pack.vkd, Alphcus S. 425 n, 452n., 
683 n., 709 

Fackek, - — 114 

Pajhioc K, Chloc .... 848 
rADFLtORD, MclinJa . . . 592 
1'age, Abigail 339 

— Elizabeth 303 

— Elizabeth (Clark) . . . 303 

— Esther (Mackey) [VII] 302 

— Henry Lawrence . . . 30:j 

— Jeremiah S73 

— John [VII] . . 220, 302-303 

— John 303 

— Jo^iah 303 

— Laura Delaiid [IX] 366,873- 

874 

— ilary (Pindar) .... 873 

— Rebecca [VII] 366-367, 873 

— Rebecca (Putnam) . . 366 

— Samuel . . . 303, 366, 367 

— William 303, 555 

— & Ropes .... 229, 302 
Paige, Harriette White 1012, 1013 

— J. W. & Co 003 

— Lucius R 15, 89 n. 

Pafxe, Abigail 171 

— Aime C. (Stuvgis) [VII] . 322, 

525 

— Charles Gushing 297, 695, 774 

— Charles Jackson [IX]- 297, 208, 

301, 431, 441,605,773-774 

— Edith [IX] 976 

— Elizabeth Onie [VllI] 191, 524, 

524 n., 525 

— Elizabeth Putnam [VII] 320 

— Esther Orue [VII] . 313, 318, 

410 

— Eanny C. (.Jackson) . 695, 774 

— Prances T. (Crocker) [VIII] 524 

— FreJorick Willia-a [VII] 320- 

322, 322, 523, 524, 525, 526 

— Frederick "William [IX] . 191 

— George Sturgis[VlII] 191, 102, 

322, 524, 526-527 

— H. D. 192 11., 319 n., 320 n., 

321 n. 

— Harriet [VII] 191, 313, 319, 

319, 521, 522 
-Henry 242 

— James Perkins [VIII] . 525 

— John Bryant [X] . . . 1009 

— Julia (Brvaiit) [IX] 291, 773, 

1009 



INDEX OF N.UIES. 



1145 



Paijie. Lois (Oriio) [VI] 189-190, 
318, ;U(), Wii) 

— Ljtlia W. ^L)iii:>") [Vlll] C94. 

— Mary Annn Lee [X] . . 1009 

— M:iry Pickara[Vlll] . 526 

— MehitablR S'Jt 

— Olive (Lyniaii) ... i\1 

— llohfrt Tn-al [Viri] '2'.i:, -".IS. 

301, 431, 4H, 694-695. TTt 

— Robert Treat [IX] . 976-977 

— Robert Treat .... 6'J 5 

— Salorae M. M. D. (Brig- 

ham) [X] .... 1009 

— Sarab (Cl.auJlcr) . . . 10-' 

— Sarah L. (Turner) [VIII] 525- 

526 

— Sumner [X] .... 1009 

— Thomas 121 

— Timothy 192 

— William [VI] . ISO, 190-192 

— William Fitz [Vll] . 320, 320 

— William Riissell[VIIl] 523-524 
Paine family 191 

— & Co 190 

r.iLPRAY, Arthur Searl [X] . 1073 

— Catherine F, (Scarl) [IX] 894 

— Charles [X] .... 1073 

— Charles Warwick [IX] 374, 507. 

886-887 

— Charles Warwick [X] . 1065 

— Ediiah A. [X] . . . . 1065 

— Edward [VIII] . . 601. S94 

— Edward [IX] . . 894, 1073 

— Edward Augustus [X] . 1073 

— Eliza [IX] . . . 894, Lir3 

— Eliza (CummincTs) [VIII] 601 

— Elizabeth [VlII] ... 804 

— Elizabeth (Roundy) [VIII] S?*".. 

597 

— Emilv M [X] . . . . 1065 

— George [VIII]. . . 597, SS7 

— Georgiaiia (Kia.bali) [X] 1073 

— Hannah [Vlll] . . 599, GOO 

— Hannah ( ) . . . 301 

— Hannah (Chn]..inii) [VII] 361. 

597, 598, 599, 001 

— .lulia F. (DaviO [X] . . 1065 

— Lydia [Vlll] 598. .59'. S^S. 

8S9, SOO, S91, S02 

— Margaret 105 

— Maria C. (Rrecd) [IX] . 887 

— Martha [Vlll] . ... S92 



FiLFRAY, Martha A. (Hill) 

[X] 1073 

— Martha E. ( ) [IX] . 894 

— Mary (Areliir) [Vlll] 597- 

598 

— MaryC. [X] .... 1065 

— Mary Elizabilh [IX] 887, iO'14 

— ^■aney [Vlll] . . . 601, S03 

— S. H 42S, 129 

— Susanna 301 

— Warwick [VII] ... 361 

— Warwick [Vlll] 374, 597, sm",, 

SS7 

— Warwick [LX] . . 887, 1005 

— Wanvick .... 02, 301 

I'alii, Hannah 1031 

Palmek, Alice 245 

— Florence E. (Bennett) 

[IX] 1006 

— Hanuah 431 

— Hannah (Pickering) [III] 33, 3S, 

41, 64-66. GO 

— Harry Albert [IX] . . 1006 

— Joseph 257 n., 297 u., 3S4 u., 

416 n., 422 n., 433 n., 521 n., 
545 u., 557 n., 560 n. 

— Lydia 38, 64 

— Mary 38, 64, 65 

— Mary (Gilbert) .... 66 

— Mary (Reeves) ... 65 

— Mary Auue 709 

— Ralph Avcril .... 1005 

— Richard [III] . 38, 64, 05, 66 

— Richard .... 50, 65, 06 

— Sarah 65 

— Sarah A. (Kinney) . . 1000 

— Sophia 809 

— Susan 370 

Palmes, Thomas .... 4 

PaXZEU, Emma K. (Hake) 

[X] 1029 

— John 1020 

— John Berear [X] . . . 1029 

— Margaret (Jones) . . 1029 
Paedee, David II. [VII] • '^^l 

— Sophronia (Tiiurber) [VII] 481 
Pauke, Eliza (Reynolds) . 1031 

— Julia A. [X] .... 1034 

— Thomas F 1034 

Patikek, Amanda M. (Unanc) 941 

— Anna (Tucker) . . . 503,710 

— Atig.istin Ilan,illon[X] . 1035 

— Azubah (Ball) .... 901 



Parker, Bridget [V] . 100, 101 

— Caroluie(Uoualdson)[VIII] 738, 

995 

— Caroline E. (Warner) [IX] 

— Charlotte F. (Tiiluny) [IX] 

— Daniel 

— Ed-ar 

— Eliiiia Jeremiah . . 

— Eliza Davis [IX] . . 

— Eliza Lawrence . . 

— Elizabeth .... 

— Elizabeth L. (Johnson) 

— Elizabeth P. (Fay) [IX] 



917 
995 

SO 

405 

901 

878 

740 

80 

974 

968, 

10S5 

Emma R. (Guild) [X] 423, 699. 

1085 

FoshaU Alexander [VIII] 



— Foxhall Alexander 

— Francis E 

— Gilbert 

— Hulcna 

— Henry Hills [IX] . . 

— James 

— Jennie 0. (Barnes) . 

— John 

— John Donaldson [IX] 

— John Wesley . . . 

— Luke Allen [IX] . . 

— Lydia 

— ^largaret (Roop) . . 

— Margaret E. (IliUs) . 

— Marshall 

— ilarshall William . . 

— Martha 807 



738- 
740 

. 740 
. 694 

910 
. 820 

968 
563, 710 
. 917 
. 101 

995 
. 941 
. 901 
. COS 
. 910 
. 968 
. 974 
. 917 



— :Mary A. M. (Davis) . . 

— Mary Dor.sey [IX] . . 

— MaryE. (Henlleld) [IX] 

— Mar"v E. (Ward) [IX] . 



878 
995 
901 
910. 
1080 
710 

503 
974 
941 



— Mary Ellen [VIII] 

— Mary Ellen . . . 

— Milly [IX] . . . 

— Minerva [IX] . . 

— Nellie il. (Whitman) [X] 1080 

— Richard Fay [X] . . . 1085 

— Richard Greene ... 87 S 

— Sarah (LiUev) .... 101 

— Sarah Chandler [VIII] 209,340, 

347, 502. 562-563, 710 

— Sarah J (Rogudus) . . 740 
-Sidney Marsiiall[ IX] . 917 

— Susannah 199 



114») 



IXDEA' OF ^\^^r/^:s. 



Parker, Thomas Don:i!ds'iii 
[IX] . ... 

— William Drowu . . 

— Willirim Iliirwar . . 

— William Wallace [IX] 

— William Wallace [X] 
pARKiirtisT, Abigail ilellcn 

— Hinun 

— Lois E. (Ingmham) . 

— Lois Ermiua [IX] . . 
PAaKINSON, . . 

— Harriet 

Paukman-, Asa Pr.itt [VII] 

— Caroline Anna rVIII] 

— Eiiobetli WilJArJ . . 

— Ella F. (Ames) [IX] . 

— Gcorgu A\'iu5atc[VlIl] 

— Joel Miller [VIII] . 

— Lanra J. B. (Parkniau 

[viii] . . . . ■ 

— Laura Junetta Bartlet 

[VIII] .... 

— Melissa F. (Robinson' 

[VIII] .... 

— Natban Tajlor . . . 

— Osear Leslie [IX] . . 

— Sabrina Sophia . . . 

— Sarab(Wiugan;)[VI[] 



Sarab Elizabeth [VIH] 731,901 



— Susan 

Parkoff, . . . 

Parnell, Martha . . . 
Parrott, Elizabeth Arche: 

[X] 

— Haimab (Swan) . . 

— Hannah Attwill [X] . 

— Mary Adeline [X] . . 

— Mary E. (Palfray) [IX] 



995 

9'b 
7 to 
910 
1030 
lOU 
808 
sn> 
808 
657 
8-':i 
447 
731 

rM 
994 
731 
731 

731 

731 



731 

7:U 

994 

731 

447, 731 



325 
S23 
63 

1064 

SS7 
1064 
1064 
887, 

10G4 

— Nathaniel 8S7 

— Susan Ellen [X] . . . 1064 

— William [IX] .... 887 
PATLsifALL, Elizali.th [IX] 1005 

— John Abel [VIII]. 280 n., 762 

— Juliette (Thurber) [VIII] 2Sn, 

231, 762, lOOi 

— Miner 762 

3sr, 

933 
923 

399 
296 
923 



Parsons, Ebenezer . 

— Eliza T. (Xewh-iU) 

— Emma Alice [IX] . 

— Esther .... 

— Thenphilus . \ . 

— William Dexter 



Partridge, Louise F. . 


g.-jS 


PaSSAV .NT, . . . 


542 


— ZOlie E. [Vltl] . . 


542 


PvTRir, Safronia . . . 


7G7 


Pattkn, Alice B. (Chap 


- 


man) [IX] . . . 


920 


— Claudius Buchanan . 


920 


— Georse Bri^':?s [X] . 


1082 


— Georgic G. (Larkiii) [\' 


1082 


— Ueury Griswold [IX] 


920 


— Laura H. (Loring) . 


10S2 


— Lvdia 


1031 


— Mary D. (I'erkins) . 


920 


— Thomas Boardman 


10S2 


Patikrsdn, Harriet . . 


756 


— Marv 


329 


— Sarah 


89S 


Payne, Dexter Chauncey 


952 


— EUen Mav [IX] . . 


952 


— Margaret A. (Mc.\ulcy) 


952 


PiTsoN, Anne (Griffiths) 


237 


— Charlotte Abbott [VIII] 


627 


— Eliza Leavitt [VII] 11 


L2, 679, 



6S0, 6?1 

— Jonathan [\1] . . 236-237 

— Jonathan 237 

— Joseph W 627 

— Nancy [VII] . . . 412, 677 

— Sarah (Leavitt) [VI] 116, 236, 

236, 412 

— Susan (Cousius) . . . 627 
Peabodt, Andrew p. 379 n., 3S4 u., 

3S7 n., 645 n., 701 n. 

— Betsey 484 

— Catharine Elizabeth [VII] 432, 

432 u , 437, 713, 775, 975 

— Clara (Endicott) ... 713 

— Elise (Ishburgh) [X] . 1071 

— Eliza 856 

— Eliza Endicott [VIII] 311,433. 

437, 713, 775, 978 

— EUzabcth (Smith) . 433, 437 

— Elizabeth C. (Cro-miin- 

shield) [X] . . 1014, 1017 

— Elizabeth Putnam . . . 6^6 

— Elizabeth Smith [VIII] . 720. 

9S8, 9s9 

— Ellen Derby [VIU] . . 701 

— Endicott [X] . . 1012-1013 

— Ephraini 701 

— Fanny [X] . 775. 1013, 1052 

— Fanny (IVabodv) [X] 775,1013, 

1052 



Peabodv, Florence D. 

(Wheatland) [X] . . 1052 

— Francis [X] . . 1011-1012 

— Francis . 119, 775, 1013, 1052 

— George . . • 673,713,792 

— George Lee [X] . . . 1013 

— Gertrude (Lawrence) [X] 712, 

717, 721, 724, 989, 1010- 
1011, 1012 

— Hannah Elizabeth . . 1077 

— Harriet Maria .... 862 

— Helen (Bloodgood) 1013, 1052 

— Henrietta Augustina [X] 1071 

— Henry AV. & Co. . . . 9S0 

— Isaac Newton [IX] . . 892 

— Jacob C. R. [X] 311, 776, 1013, 

1052 

— James 892 

— John Endicott [X] . . 1010 

— Joseph . . . 347, 432, 437 

— Joseph Augustus [VII] . 432, 

437-438, 713, 775, 97S 

— Josephine Augusta [VIII] 437, 

721, 9S9, 991 

— Louisa(Putnam) [VII] 437, 720, 

721 

— Marianne C. (Lee) [IX] 775, 

1010, 1011, 1012, 1013 

— JIariha (Endicott) . . 775 

— Man ha Endicott [X] . . 1013 

— Martha Endicott ... 686 

— Martha P. (Whitney) [X] 1011 

— M.iry Cromiinshield . . 978 

— Mary J. (Derby) ... 701 

— Mary P. (Bosson) [LX] 892, 

1071 

— Richard 99 

— Rosainoiul (Lawrence) 

[Xj 734, 989, 1010, 1012, 
1013 

— Samuel Endicott [IX] 311, 432, 

437, 713, 775-776, 97S, 1012, 
1013 

— Sarah (Ilobbs) ... 892 

— Walter Bosson [X] . . 1071 
Peabody-Wiiitnev Co. . 1071 

IPe.ace, 267 

I Peale. James Burd . . . 53S 
j — Mary Burd [Mil] . 329, 538 
I— Mary C. (McBurncy) . 53S 

j — Rem'brant 428 

Pearce, Clarissa (Sargent) 850 
1 — Nancy [IX] .... 856 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



1147 



PkvRCE, William .... S56 
rEiRsiiN, Elizabeth Stow 

[Vlll] 663 

— Elizabeth W. (Shannon) . 451 

— Enoch 3Ci'J 

— Eunice (Clinate) . . . 309 

— Frances i[ary [VIII] . 663 

— John CCS 

— Afary 309 

— Mary (Carlton) . . . 003 

— Nancy (Lyilston) . . . 603 

— Samuel JlooJy .... i51 

— Sarali Ann [VII] ... 451 
Tease, Caroline M. (Stone) . 91S 

— Martha SOO 

— Mary 303 

— Mary Antoinette [IX] . 918 

— Nathaniel 91S 

Fe.\slee, Susanna. . . . IIS 
Peck, Eliza 703 

— Rosanna lloldcn [VII] . 480 
Pedrick, Joanna .... S^7 
Peele, Charles W. . . . 150 

— Elizabeth 563 

— Elizabeth (Becket) . . 335 

— Jonathan 196 

— Mary [VII] .... 335 

— William 335 

— Hubbell & Co 741 

Peirce, 2S3 n. 

— Abby Robinson [VII] . 355 

— Ann [VII] . . 355, 355, 5S3 

— Aim [VIII] 575, 576, 584. S71 

— Ann (Dawo^) [VI] . 216-217 

— Anna Temple [IX] . . 874 

— Benjamin [VII] iiC, 379, 3^0, 

3S1, 383, 613, 615 

— Benjamin [VIII] 643-645, 015. 

92S, 939, 930, 931 

— Benjamin [IX] . . . 930 

— Betscy[VII]3S0, 3S1,382, 3S3 

— Catherine [IX] . . . 874 

— Catherine C (Ainsworth) 

[\1I] . . . 382, OIS, OtO 

— Charles Henry [VIII] 645-646 

— Charles San.lers [IX] 929, !(30 

— Constautius [VIII] 216, 353, 

351, 571, 581, 5S1, 5S2, SOO, 
867, S0< 

— Delia [VIII] . . . 575-576 

— Elizabeth [VII] . . . 201 

— Ehzabeth Somes [VII] 358, 593, 

593 



Peirce, Ella Au5usta[IX]874, 1003 

— Enonees [Vlll] 574, 803, 803, 
80 1, 805 

— Prances T. (Cordis) [VII] 351, 
354-355 

— Frances Temple [IX] 866, ^Oi'i, 
li>59 

— Frances Temple [X] . . 1060 
Frederick. C. . '225 n., 227 n., 

379 n., 645 u. 

— Grace (Tucker) . . . 107 
Grafton Fevoryear [VI] . 219 

— Grenvillc Mellon [I.X] 107, 215, 
216, 21 S, 351,867, 1000 

— Hamilton .McKcc[IX] 571, 866 

— IlamiJtou McKec [X] 351, 5S1, 
1060 

— Hannah Dawes [VII] 357, 5S9, 
590, 5'Jl 

— Hardy [VI] .... 218 

— Hardy [VIII] ... . 588 

— Harriet M. Fay [IX] 685, 929- 
930 

— Helen Huntington [IX] . 931 
Helen N. (Jose) [IX] . 931 
Henry [VII] . . . 226, 382 

— Henry Augustus [^TTI] 217, 
854 n., 585-587, 587, 5S7 ii , 

861, 871 

— Herbert H. D. [IX] . . 931 

— Isaac [V] . .106-107,21- 

— Isaac [VI] 218 

— Isaac [VII] 357 

— Isaac [VIII] .... 582 

— Isaac lOr 

— James Mills [IX] . 928-929 

— Jerathmeel [VI] 110, 225-227, 
379, 381, 518 

— Jerathmeel 227 

— John rVI] 214, 215, 217-218 

— John Dorr [VIII] 587-588, S7t 

— Jonathan 301 

— Joseph [VI] 106, 107,213-215, 
216, 217, 353, 355, 357, 35S 

— Joseph [VII]. spc Joseph 
Hardy [VI I J, 

— Joseph [VIII] .... 574 

— Joseph, & Sou .... 353 

— Joseph Adams [VII] . . 379 

— Joseph Ibrdy [VII] . 73, 215, 
353-354, 351, 355, 571. 575, 
577, 581. 5S3, 584, 585, 5S7, 

588 



Peiuce, Juliette (Voby) [IX] 930 

— Laura [VIII] 215,216,218, 
575, 576, 581, 582-583, 5^s, 

865, 868, 869, 870 

— Laura [IX]. . . 868, lOiU 

— Loula Jackson [X] . . 1060 

— Luey (lIow)[VII] . . 3G4 

— Lydia R. (NichuL-) [VII] 380, 
383 

— Marcia [VIII] 575, 570, 577, 
805 

— Marcus TuUius [VIII] 581,585 

— Maria [VII] .... 358 

— Mary [VI] . . . 219,219 ii, 

— Mary (Hardy) [V] 102, 106. 
213, 217, 218, 219 

— Mary (Steer) [VIII] 581-582 

— Mary C. (Baker) [IX] . 867 

— Mary Elizabeth [VIII] 575, 576, 
584. S72, S73 

— Mary Steer [IX] . 867, 10''.0 

— Maude B. (.Meek) [X] . 1060 

— Misses[VIII] 575, 577, 583, 581 

— Nathan 340 

— Rebecca S47 

— Rebecca (Ilurd) . . . 227 

— Ruth (Smith) [VIII] . 588 

— Sarah [VI] 219 

— Sar.ali[VIl] 220-237, 340, 380, 
380, 381, 3S2, 383, 040, 047^ 

648, 649 

— Sarali (AUeu) .... 340 

— Sarah (Ropes) [M] 225, 379, 
380, 382 

— Sarah C. E. (Wood) 
[VIII] 581 

— Sarah II. (Mills) [\'in] 645, 
725 

— Susan R. (Thompson) 
[VIII] 587 

PhiRCE family 351, 581, 860, SCO n., 
b'67, 871, 871u., 872u. 

— & Brewer 586 ' 

— & Wait 226 

Peirsox, Abel Lawrence 153, 275, 

440, 602 

— Harriet (Lawrence) . . 002 

— Harriet Lawrence [VIII] 662 
Pellett, Aurora (Arnold) . 760 

— David 760 

— Sarnh L. (Gr.iy) [VIII] 765 

— Wilson [VIII] ... 766 
Pesd.^r, Anna T. (Leavitt) 1075 



1148 



INDEX OF N.IMES. 



Pendar, Samuel Dutch [X] 1075 

— Sarah I. (TiUllo) [X] . 1075 

— Sinioii lU7J 

PENnLKTON, Artlmr . . . 915 

,— Ib:il)cllc[lX] .... 915 

'— Luciiida (I'akiii) . . . Ol,"> 

I't NKiELn, Millic.iit [VTI] . 481 

Pkpper, Alice (LyjiKiii) [IX] 974 

— David ort 

— Emily (Platl) .... Olt 

— WiUiaiii I'l.itt [IX] . . 974 
Percihud, Mary .... -iO.") 
PhRiGO, Lymati .... 737 

— Mary [VIII] .... 757 

— Sus;iii (.TiiiRs) .... 737 
Peru, Anna Rum^ty [VIII] 657 

— John AVcbstcr .... 657 

— Margaretta (Dun!a[i) . 057 

— Pelatiah 343, 057 

Pkrkins, . . . 504 u. 

— Aaron [IX] 838 

— Aaron [X] 1049 

— Aaron 551 

— Abby P. (Wbcclcr) [IX] 837 

— Alice 631 

— Alice (Stone) .... 370 

— Anna Waters [X] . . . 1047 

— Annie Barrett [X] . . 1078 

— Augusta Lama [IX] . . 852 

— Benjamin Millet [l.X] 835, 10 17 

— Bishop [VITI] . . . 76S, 76C 

— Caroline [IX] .... 822 

— Charles [IX] .... 837 

— Daniel 853 

— Daniel .'Vppleton . . . 905 

— Elijah 378 

— Elizabeth . 322, 501, 504 n. 

— Elizabeth (Millet) [VIII] 551, 

553, S37, S3S 

— Elizabeth (Stone) ... 37S 

— Ellen U. (MiUett) [X] . 1044 

— Eracline A. (Henderson) 1014 

— Emery Jolmsou [IX] . . 853 

— Eveline (Barrett) . . . 905 

— Frances Ann .... S"^l 

— Hannah [VII] .... 378 

— Hannah D. (Co-sivell) . ^52 

— Henry [IX] .... 905 

— James & Thomas H. . . 320 

— Jeremiah StaniforJ [VIII] 551. 

553 

— Joseph [VII] .... 314 

— Joseph 314 



I Perkin.s, Kate (Dalrymple) 

[X] .... 838, 1049 

— Louisa Aycr .... 5'J3 

— Lydla[Vn] . . . .37Si!. 

— Marsaret (Ornc) [\1I] . 313 

— Martha C. (Very) [I.\] . 835 

— Mary (Dustin) ... S22 

— Mary (Foster) .... 3U 

— Mary A. (Ward) [IX] 905, 107:^ 

— Mary Damon .... 920 

— Mary E. (Sh, Idnn) [VIII] 768 

— Mary Lizzie [X] . . . 1078 

— Nathaniel Brown . . . 1041- 

— Nathaniel Frederic [X] . 1044 

— l"hebe[VII] .... 376 

— Sarah (Millet) [VIII] 550, 35 1, 

553, 835 

— Sarah (Stamford) . . . 551 

— Sarah A. (Pliippeii) [IX] 853 

— Sarah Elizabeth [IX] . 835 

— Sophia A. (Stetson) . . 853 

— Stephen 376 

— Thomas 822 

— William Holmes . . . 852 
Perley, a. Proctor . . . 1059 
-Charles Nathaniel [X] . 1059 

— Ella F. (Woodbury) [X] 1059 

— Hannah 830 

— Jonathan C3S 

— Sarah (Batchekler) . . 1059 
Peruix, EK-ira ... . 795 
Perry, Abbie Baker [IX] . 853 

— Abigail (Thcnmau^ . . S53 

— Benjamin WeUiugton [X] 1059 

— Ittia S33 

— Jane 876 

— Jeruslia Lorinda . . . 765 

— Jonathan 1059 

— Lucena [VI] .... 286 

— ?iLary A. (Cross) . . . 1059 

— Sarah L. (Woodbury) 

[X] " . 1059 

— WillLara S7S 

Pf.rryman, Joanna . . . 235 
Pf.rs, John 225 n., 227 n., 370 n., 

645 n. 

Peter 70, 100 

Peter, 243 

Peter the Great . . . 823 
Pfters, Hugh 52 

— LTm.an^VIlj .... 471 

— Sarah (WclUnglou) [VII] 471. 

471,472 



Anna L. (Kb 



Pkteum v. 

man) 

— Charles William [X] . 

— Je.au F. (Pructtc) [X] 

— AViUiam 

I'ktkrson, Harriet [X] . 

— Harriet (Pope) . . 

— Joseph N 

— Vienna [VII] . . . 
Petrie, Arabella . . . 
Petty, Lydia Ann . . 
I'll E LPS, Alonzo . . . 

— Athaliuda (Wright) . 

— IlaiuiaU Holmnu . . 

— James Andrew [IX] 

— James Daniel . . . 

— Joshua 

— Miriam [VIII] . . . 

— Nancy [VIII] . . . 

— Nancy (Holmau) . . 

— Reb.cca (Sauiulers) . 

— Rebecca P. (Goodale 

[IX] ■ 

— Thomas 

Philbrick, Elizabeth Whit 



Sarah 



1079 

1079 

1079 

11179 

1059 

1059 n. 

1059 

491 

1060 

227 

490 u. 

913 

926 

912-913 

913 

641 

632 

641 

641 

632 



912 

632 



826 



732 

732 
732 

30,50 
60 

600 n. 
887 
213 



— Martha Ellen 

[VIII] . . . 

— ^lehitable (Stevens) 

— William G. . . . 
Puiup, Kiug . . . 
Phillips, . . . 

— Albert M. . . . 

— Betsey (Stoue) . 

— Edward .... 

— Hannah (Palfrav) [VIII] 559, 

600 

— J. & E 3S9 

— Jacob [VIII] . . 600, 600 n. 

— Jacob SS7 

— Katharine 190 

— ]^Ituv E. (Palfray) [IX] 887 

— Samuel 153 

— Walter [IX] .... 887 

— Walter 600 

— &Gilli3 896 

PltlLLIS 69 

PiiiPESY, see Phippen. 
PiiippKS, Abbie B. (Perry) 

[IX] 853 

— Abbie M. (.\His)[IX] . S53 

— AddJe E. (Greeley) [IX] . S61 

— Ann [VIII] . . . 569, S39 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



1149 



I'uiPPKS, Aua 4'2 I 

— Anil (Ilammctt) [VII IJ . 567 

— Ami (llatliavv;n) [X] , 1059 | 

— Auua (Pickett) [VllJ . 350; 

— Aime (Trusk) [VIII . . 351] 

— Arthur lloiirj [IX] . . 862; 

— Benjamin [VllI] 566, s53, SJi 

— Benjamin Howard [1 \] . 855 j 

— Betsey B.(Holmaii)[VlII] 200, 

571 1 

— Charles Endicoit [IXl . 862 | 

— Charlotte [VIII] 567, ^56, S57 

— Charlotte [IX] . . 853, 1056 
-Charlotte Lane [IX] 855, 1057 

— David -10, 1:2, 105 

— Edward Augustus [IX] . 861 

— Eliza 11. (Howard)[VlII] 567 

— Elizabeth [VII] 350, 565, 560 

— Elizabeth M. (Sanborn) 

[IX] 862 

— Eunice [\1 1] .... 352 

— George Barton [IX] 862, 1059 

— George Dean [VlII] 105, 351 u., 

571-572, 572, S62 

— George Stodder [X] . . 1059 

— Hannah [VII] . . . 350. 568 

— H.wnah [VIII] • • 569, S60 

— Hannah (Sibley) [VI] . 212 

— Hardy [VI] . . 105, 211, 319, 

350 

— Hardy [VII] 212, 352, 352, 570, 

571 

— Hardy [IX] 861 

— Joseph [VI] . . . 105, 212 

— Joseph [VII] . . . 352, 573 

— Joseph Edward [IX] . . 853 

— Joseph Hardy [VIII] 73, 570 

— Joshua [VI] 105, 211, 211, 212, 

350, 351, 352 

— Joshua [VII] . 351-352. 5 09 



— Joshua [VIII] . 567, 571, 


571, 




S61 


— Joshua [IX] .... 


861 


— Joshua 


333 


— Joshua Boynton [IX] 


856 


— Lois (Fuirlickl)[ VII] . 


352 


— Louisa S.F.[ VIII] . . 


573 


— .Margaret (Paltr:»y) . . 


105 


— Martha Ann [IX] . . . 


854 


— Martha C. (Clark) [VIII] 


567 


— Martha Clark [IXJ 854. 


1057 


— Mary [VII]. . . .351 


, 509 


— Mary (Stevens) [VI] 211 


211 



PiiiPPES, Mary Dnstin [IX] 856 

— M.-.ry E.((;hambcrlain)[IX]862 

— Mary E. (Stodder) [IX] 862 

— iIarTEIiz.ibeth[IX]. . 861 

— Mary L. (Darlm-) [IX] 861 

— Mary M. (Wells) [VIII] 566- 

567 

— M.ary R. (Dakin) [IX] . 856 

— X.ithaniel[V] .... 105 

— X.ithanicl [VII] 350, 560, 567 

— Nathaniel [VIII] 567, S5 I, S55, 

S50 

— Nathaniel [IX] ... 853 

— Nathaniel 105 

— Sally (Bnrns) [VIII] 566, 027, 

623 

— Samuel [VIII] . . . 566, S53 

— Samuel [IX] .... 853 

— Samuel 71, 75 

— Sarah [\ai] 351 

— Sarah ( ) .... 105 

— Sarah A. (Dix) [IX] . . 854 

— Sarah Ann [IX] ... 853 

— Sarah E. (Larrabce) [IX] 855 

— Sceth[Vl] 105, 210, :Ui, 349 

— Seeth[VII]. ... 349 

— Seeth (Hardy) [V] 102, 104, 

210, 211, 212 

— Susan H. (Lord) [VIH] 570. 

570 

— Ursula (Knapp) [VI] 211, 212, 

352 

— Ursula K. (Symonds) \\IV\ 212, 

352, 5i7, 570 

— Ursula Symonds [VIII] 570, 

S60, 861 

— William Trumbull [IX] . 854 
Phippe.v family . . 73, 105, 572 

— & Endieott 571 

Phips, Rebecca .... S9 

— Spencer 89 

Pick, Abigail 14 

— John 14 

— Mary ( ) .... 14 

PiCKER.vM, Esther ( ) . 14 

— George 14 

— Jane 14 

: — John 14, 15 

PlCKf.RI.VG, . . . 1,237 

— Abbic Eliia [VIII] 763. 1005 

— Abigail [V] 11, S7, 174, 175, 

2S6 

— Alanson [VII] . 483, 703, 701 



K Ki lu.so, Albert [VII] 487, 767 

- Albert [VIII] .... 765 

- Ah:aiider[VII] . .491,768 

- Aliee 50, 51 

- Alice (flint) [II] . 23, 28, 33, 

33-38 

- Am.aziah Kclton [VII] 485, 765 

- Augeliue [VII] 193, 193 n., 494 

- .Viigeliuc (Clark) [VI] 285-286 

- Ann 40 

- Anna D. (Varuey) [X] 959, 

1041 

- Anne A. (Butts) [\7II] 738 

- Arvilla S. (Williams) [VII] 484 

- Benjamin [III] 33, 33, 38, 49- 

50, S7 

- Benjamin 50 

- Betsey R. (Stom) [VII] 488 

- Boniface 5 

- Brittania [VII] ... 479 

- Byron Ernest [VIII] . . 765 

- Cindacc L. (Pickett) [VII] 491 
-Carlton Emmons [VIII]. 766 

- Caroline E. (Dooliitle) 

[VII] 482, 491 

- Carolhie Elizabeth [VII] 493 

- Carrie L. (Illgbce) [VIII] 765 

- Cascndana Almira [IX] . 1007 

- Chalista (Livingston) [VII] 485 
-Charles [VI] . . . 139,264 
-Charles [VII] . 452-453,453 

- Charles 15 

- Charles Franklin [VIII] . 763 

- Charles Hartshorn [VII] 493 

- Charles Henry [IX] . . 1006 

- Charlotte (Hammond) 

[VII] . . 262 u., 453, 454 

- Dauby 6 

- David [VI] . 284-285, 2S5 n , 

492, 493, 494 

- David [^^I] . . .482,493 

- Deborah (Eurc) ... 7 

- Deliverance (Russell) [VII] 482 

- Diancy [VII] . 487, 707, 768 

- Ebeuezer [VII] ... 474 

- Edward [III] .... 54 

- Edward [Vin454, 474,735. 737 

- Edward S, 50. 51 

-Edward Alexander fV'II I] 768, 

1007 

- Edward Charles [VIII] . 735- 

736. 73/ 

- Edward Lake .... 12 



1150 



TXDKX OF NAMES. 



Pickering, Edward Rowland 1-2 

— F.lizahcth [II] . . . 2f., 43 

— Elizabeth [III] 33, a, 5 1, 63,3 to 

— Elizabeth [V] SI, So, 121-122. 

123,219, 250 

— Elizabeth [VI] 103, 2tl, 2G7, 

269-270, 2rO, 271, 271), 450, 
470, 477, 47S 

— Elizabeth . . . 40, 41, 02 

— Elizabeth ( ) [I] 22, 24, 25- 

27,31 

— Elizabeth (Snow) ... 41 

— Elizabeth (Stuubauk) . 12 

— EUzabeth \V. (Sparks) 

[Vni] 144, 103, 470, 0S7, 
737, 97S, 1012 

— Ella (Mulock)[lX] . . 1006 

— Ellen IlamiiiouJ [VIII] . 735 

— Elvira [VII] . 491, 708, 70'J 

— Emeliiie [VII] . . . 492, 770 

— Emilv R. (IliU) [mi] . 768 

— Einina (OweLi) [VI] . . 286 

— Esther J. (Wri;-hr) [Vlll] 764 

— Eimice [IV] 10, 5n, SO, 86, S7, 

106, 167, 171, 173, 171, 175, 
475 

— Eunice [V] S4, S5, 86, 125, 126- 

128, 12S, 132, 255, 250, 257, 
449 

— Eunice [Yl] 279, 287, 474, 475, 

476, 481, 195, 190, 497 

— Eunice (Plckcrin-) [IV] 16, 50, 

80,86, 87,100, 167,171,173, 
174, 175, 475 

— EvaE. (Seek) [VIII] . 763 

— Ferdinand [VII] 283, 487^88, 

768 

— Frances D. (GodJard) 

[VIII] 413, 450, 678-679 

— Frederic I. [VIII] . . 765 

— Geneve [IX] .... 1007 

— Geor-e[VI] .... 265 

— Sir Gilbert .... 5, 0, 12 

— Granville N'apoleon [VIII] 768 

— Hannah [III] 33, 38, 64-65, r,r, 

— IlanPih [V] . 87, lOS, 173 

— Hannah [VI] 1 1, 174. 277. 286. 

470, 471, 472, 473. 491. 495 

— Hannah [VII] . . . 474, 479 
-Hannah ... 41, 01,02, 171 

— Hannah (Browne) [III] 62-63, 

63 

— Hannah ([ngersoll) [V] 172, 653 



rirKKRINr,,H:i,„;,lhE.(lVv 

litilr)lVn] . . . 482, 191 

— Hannah I'. (Baker) [VII] 492 

— Harriet (Bisscll) [VII] . 480 

— Harriet J. (GrceuIeaQ 

[MI] 485 

— Harriet T. (Drew) [VII] 480 

— Ilattie E. (Wright) [VH] 484- 

485 

— Henry [VI] 12, 38, 75 n.. 121 n., 

139, 119, 155, 150, 157, 15S, 

103, 201,263-264,310, 151, 

155, 51^ 

— Henrv [VII] 11, 12, 152, 150 n., 

261, 265 n., 206, 454-455, 
455 

— Henry 8 

— Sir Henry 13 

— Henry Goddard [IX] . 961 

— Henry White [VIII] 12, 100, 

103, 678, 959, 901 

— Herbert Lesh'e [VIII] . 763 

— Horace Kehoii [VII] 482, 7<'.3 

— Ida JI. (Wheeler) [VIII] 764 

— James 5, 12, 61 

— Sir James 6 

— Jane 40, 50, 01 

— Jane (Cromwell) [II] . 41^3 

— Jane (Hobby) [III] 50-51, S7, 

27S, 550, 015 

— Jane (Pratt) [VI] 245, 266-267 

— John [I] 1, 14, 15, 16, 17-25, 25, 

26 

— John [II] 10, 22, 23, 24, 25, 20, 

27, 28-33, 33, 30, 37, 39, 40, 
54, 63, 64 

— John [III] in, 17, 20, 22, 25, 28, 

31, 32,33,38,44-46, 17. 07 n., 
71, 74, 89 n. 

— John [IV] 74 

— Jolm [V] 20, 84, 85, 87, 117, 119, 

122, 123-125, 125, 133, 13 1. 

105, 171-172, 172, 173. 2''S, 

252, 258, 277, 278, 279, 280, 

281, 282, 2'^3, 2^1 

— John[^^] 12. 23, 32, 121. 121 n., 

125, 128 n., 131. 131 ii., 139, 
150, 158, 191,230. 258-261. 
259 u., 261, 201 n., 202, 
262 n., 205, 411, 427 n., 455, 
458, 499, 500 n., 518, 541, 
CIS 

— John [VII] . 20,21,484,677 



PiCKEKiSG, John [VIIT] 23, 137, 
677-678, 959 

— John [IX] 21, 23,21, 32, 79, 

959 

— John [X] 1041 

— John 12, 11, 15, 16, 41, 98, 105 

— Sir John 6 

— John & Moseley . . 67S, 950 

— John Dcnisen [VII] . . 480 

— Jonathan [II] 22, 21, 25, 26, 30, 

31, 38-41, 41, 49 

— Jonathan 41, 237 

— Jonathau IngersoU [VI] 282, 

485, 486, 487 

— Joseph [III] .... 49 

— Joseph . 7, 10, 11, 15,50, 51 

— Josiah [VII] . 486, 706, 767 

— Josiah[VIII] . . 767, 1000 

— JuUus A. [VII I] 767, 1000, 1007 

— Justus [VII] .... 486 

— Laura Aurinda [IX] . . 1006 

— Laura Fowler [VII] . . 487 

— Lojnsta (Gates) [VIII] 767 

— Lois [IV] 40, 67, 80, 88, 00, 05, 

96, 98, 100, 187, 539 

— Lois [V] 84, 85, 123, 125, 120, 

240, 252 

— Lois [VI] 280-281, 281 u., 48^ 

4^1 

— Loring [VII] 172, 488-490. 

490 n., 491 

— Louisa [V] 126 

— Louisa [VII] . . . 485, 765 

— Louisa (Rice) [VI] . 284, 285 

— LovelKcltnn[VlI] . . 485 

— Luccna (Perry) [VI] . 286 

— Lucia [V] 8l,"85, 163-165, 105, 

106, 272, 273, 274, 275. 159, 
463, 469, 752 

— Lucretia Bull [Vlll] . 767 

— Lucy (Hill) [Vn] . . 488 

— Lurena (Cole) [VI] 158,262- 

263, 262 n. 

— Lvdia [IV] 74-75 

— Lydia [V] S k 85, 118, 120, 239, 

240, 241, 243, 213 n., 215, 
246, 247, 219 

— Lydia 14 

— Margaret (L:ise(lls) . . 12 

— Margaret I. (Crothers) 

[VII] 491, 401 

— Marinda[VII]. ... 474 

— Martha [VII] ... 482 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



1151 



riciiERlN'>iMartha(Keltoii) ? 

[VI] 282, is.' 

_ Martha J. (Cook) [VII] 485 

— Marj [V] SI. SI, S."., 112-113. 

115, 116,175, -231, -230, 2:!7, 
415 

— Mary [VI] 267-268, 2GS, 374, 

386, 051 

— Mary [VII] 479, 487, 759, 7GS 

— Mary ... 7, 40, 50, 02, 550 

— MaryC ) .... It 

— Mary (Cass) [VI] ... 282 

— Mary (Ellis) [VIII] . . 768 

— Mary (Ui.ifrevillo) . . 12 

— Mary (^'ingatc) [IV] S t, 85- 

86, 125, 752 

— Mary A, (Curtis) [VII] 435 

— Mary A. (HackctI) 

[VIII] 765 

— Mary C. (Bcmis) [VIII] 764 

— Mary E. (Spofford) 

[VIII] 764 

— Mary F. (Macdouald) 

[VIII] 767 

— Mary G. (Wigdesworth) 

[VII] . 413, 455-456, 679 

— Mary Orne [VIII] 20 u., 32, 

124 n., 131 n., 236, 259 u., 

261 u., 262 n., 427 u., 500 n., 

677 

— MaryOmc[IX] . . . C77 

— Mattie Lovina [VIII] . 763 

— MehitaWe S. (Cox) 

[VIII] 678 

— Mercy 41 

— Michael 7 

— Nathaniel [VI] 278, 273, 474 

— Nathaniel [VII] ... 482 

— Nellie (Kelton) [VT] 282,282 

— Octavius [VI] 12, 19, 20, 20 n., 

44 n., 55 n., 58, 79 n., 81 n., 
82n., S3n., S4n., 85n.,119n., 
122 n., 135 n., 137 n.. 158, 
159 n., 165 II., 265, 265-266, 
266, 267,451, 455 

— Olive (Buffum) [M] 50, 27S, 284 ! — 

— Olive (GaskUn [VI] 278. 2St — 

— Olive B. [VII] . 483, 764, 765 

— Olivia IiigcrsoU [VII] . 479 

— rhcbe 11. (I'cngar) 

[VIII] 765 

— Phiauda M. (Ballou) 

[VII] 483 



KKRiNG, roily [VII] 486, 766 
Rchrcca (White) [V] 8I-, 137, 

139, 151, 15 t, 157, 15S, 159, 

160-163, 236, 238, 2 n, 263, 

265, 270, 27 1 

Rebecca (AVhite) [IX] . 959, 

1083 

Robert de 3 

Rosanna II. (Peck) 

[VII] 480 

Rose A. (Crothers) 

[VII] 491, 491 

Sdly B. (,Touiiis(in)[VI] 285 

Samuel [VI] 27S, 283, 4S7, 48^, 

491, 492 

Samuel [VII] .... 492 

Samuel 6, 41 

Sarah [III] .... 51, 199 
Sarah [IV] . 46, 70-71, 72, SO 
Sarah [V] 11,21,22,71,81,85, 

111-112, 112, 154 n., 233, 
234, 499, 518 

Sarah [VI] 282 

Sarah [VII] . . . 479, 479 

Sarab 41, 61, 62 

Sarali (Bullock) [Tl] . 280 

Sarali (Burrill) [III]' 20 a , 46- 

49, 71, 89 n., 9S, 199, 277 

Sarab (White) [VI] 32, 261- 

262, 410, 499, 677. 078 

Sarahs. (Hammond) [VII] 453, 

454 

Sinseare S 

Susan fVII] .... 479 
Susan L. (Fisher) [VII] 492 
Sylphiua[Vn] . . 483, 7'U 

Tamar [Xl] 286 

Taraar [VII] .... 474 
Theresa M. (Jobnson) 

[VII] 486-487 

Theopbilus [IV] 10, 11, 20, 21, 

45,46,67, 71,75-80, S6, ^8, 

101, 169, 170 

Tbeophilns [VI] 280, 479, ISO 

Theopbilus [\ai] ... 479 

Theophilus 6 

Thomas 7 

Timothy [IV] 22, 32, 44, 45, 46, 

80,81-85,90,97, 111, 118, 

121, 123,125, 126,133, lU 

Timothy [V] 10, 11, 15, 19, 20, 

21. 22, 25,. 4 K 15, 47, 51, 58. 

69, 71, 79. 82, 83, 84, 85, S6, 



109, 113, 117, 119, 119 n., 
121, 122, 122 n, 123, 124, 
121- 11., 125, 128 u, 133-159, 
160, 161, 101 n., 162, 162 n., 
163, 163 u., 165, 165 n , 193. 
193 11., 194, 194 n., 20i. 236. 
237, 237 u., 238, 210, 241, 
241 n., 254, 253, 258 n., 259, 
262, 262 n., 20.3. 26:1 n., 264, 
264 D.. 265, 265 lu, 266. 266 n., 
267, 209, 270, 271, 2S1, 374, 

452, 455, 459, 463 

Pickering, Timothy [VI] 85 n.. 

139, 110, 1U,"262, 262. 26.3, 

281-282, 282, 452, 454, 4S1, 

482, 4S3, 484, 485 

— Timothy [VII] . ... 484 

— Van Rensselaer [VII] 485, 765 

— Vicuna (Petersen) [VII] 491 

— Warren Alansou [VIII] . 764 

— Warren Arnold [VIII] . 764 

— WiUiara [III] 32, 33, 38, 19. 54- 

62, 03 

— William [IV] 50, 51, SO, 86, 

87. 169, 278 

— William [V] 87. 173. 286, 287 

— William [VI] 139, 265, 278, 

286, 495 

— Williara 24 n., 55, 61, 62, 4S3 

— WUliani Henry [VIII] 737-738 

— Wdliam Henry ... 13 
Pickering family 2, 5, 8, 10, 67, 

81,261,281,495,572,735,959 

— & Hodgdon 138 

PiCKERiNut, ilary ... 8 

— Robert 8 

PicKERYXG, Robert de . . 2 

Pickett, Anna [VII] . . 350 

— Caudace L. [VII] . . 491 

— Hosea 491 

PiCKilAN, Benjamin 91, 168. ISS, 

1S9, 238, 239,317,389 

— Caroline (Silsbcc) [VIII] 414, 

444, 463, 170, 687, 737, 978, 
1042 

— Catherine (Sanders) [VII] 387, 

415,778,781 

— Catherine S.andcrs [VIII] 238, 

683, 066, 967, 968 

— Clark Gavton [VI] ] 88, 189. 

239, 809 

— Dudley Leavitt [MI] 414, 

414 n., 415, 683, 685, 686 



lloi 



INDEX OF X.UIES. 



PlcKM.vx, Dudley Leavitt 

[IX] Ci?, 969 

— Eliz:i LcaMtt [VIII] 685, 'J'/.l 

— Hkabcth [Vllj 415, 115 n., tb7, 

GSS 

— Elizabeth (Loavitt) [VI] 1 H'., 

237-238, i:;S, tU. U5, 0^.■i 

— EllcuR.(Motlev)[IX] 969-970 

— Fanny [IX] 970 

— Love (Rawlins) 1^9, 239, 317 

— Lucy Gruftou [VIII] 683, 9G0, 

907, 'JOS 

— Mary Toppau [IX] . 1S9, 239, 

809-810 

— Mary Tuppaii . . . . 317 

— Polly (Ilaraden) ... lOS 

— Rebecca Tavlor [VII] 317, 317, 

520, .-)21 

— Sarah [VII] . 316, 317, 31S 

— Sarah (Ome) [VI] 90, 188, 31fi, 

317 

— Sopliia (Palmer) ... S09 

— Thomas 198, S09 

— William [VI] 1S9, 209, 23S, 23S- 

239, 111, SOO 

— "Williara [VII] .... 414 

— William Diidl^v [VIII] 50 n., 

215 n., 686-687, GS7, 909, 
970 
PiCKM.iN family .... 239 n. 
PlCKRAM, Johu .... 11 

PiCRRYS, Jolm .... 15 
PiEBCE, 44S n. 

— Abigails 826 

— Caroline (Burnham) . . 1055 

— Charles 13 307 

— George 1055 

— Lizzie Chadbourue [X] . 1055 

— llariaE. ( ) . . . 1071 

— Mary Am, [VIII] . . 766 

— Mary Ann 900 

— Robert [X] 1074 

— Sarah A. (Feltou) [X] . 1074 

— William 107 i 

PiERso.v, Abol Lawrence . 452 

— Mary S3G 

Pigeon, Nancy .... 625 
PlRE, . " 83 

— Nicholas 29G 

PiKEHixG, Adam de . . . 3 

— John . . . . 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, « 

— John dc 3 

— Richard dc 3 



PiKERlNG, Robert dc 

— Koscr do . . 

— Thomas dc . . 

— William de . . 
PlL-sncRY, Lois ( 

— Moses . . . 
Pimm, Jane (King) 

— John .... 
Pl.\D.\K, Mary . . 

PlSEI,, . . 

PiXGKEE, .\nn Maria [IX] 

— Anna M. (Piugrce) 

— David 

— Thomas P 

PrxKiiAM, Alice Lord [IX] 

— Isaac 

— Lydia (Tripp) . . . 
PiFER, Esther .... 

— John 

— Mary (Robinson) . . 

— Nancy [VII] . . . 

— Sally [VI] .... 

— Samuel 

— Thcodosia (Wiggin) . 
PiTKix, Horace WeUs 



— Julia M. (Thurber) [VIII] 1005 

— Louise Milliceut [IX] . 1005 

— Luciuda 915 

— Lucy T. (Yale) ... 9S1 

— :\Iary Yale [IX] ... 981 
Pitt, 11, 155 

— Maud 135 

Pitt family 135 

PLAST.iGEXET, Edmuud 

— Thomas, Earl of Lancaster 2 

Platt, Emily 971 

PL.i.TTs, Ebenezer .... 396 

— Priscilla [VII] .... 396 
Plcmmer, Ruth .... 213 
PoLiS-D, Ruth ( ) . . 3G0 

— Sarah B. [VIIJ ... 360 

— Solomon 3G0 

Poi.LARD, Clarissa . . . 170 

— Hilary 331 

PoMEROT, Mary .... IS'^ 

Pond, 4Sj 

PoxT-BiiiEULiET, Th^rese 

Lodoiska A. . . . 8G7, "^GS 

Pool, Ann (Bancroft) . . 302 

— Uaven[VII] .... 362 

— Jonathan 3G2 

— Lot COS 

— Lydia (Parker) ... 60S ' 



3, 1 
3 
3, 1 
1 
1G7 
1G7 
3S, 61 
61 
973 
103 
842 
Si2 
812 
571 
884 
SSI 
SSI 
190 
321 
257 
324 
257 
257 
321 
981 



Pool, Lydia Parker . . 


oos 


— Maria Mahala . . . 


. COS 


— Martha T. (Pool) [VI 


II] 608 


- Martha Turkrr [VDJ- 


. 608 


— Matilda [VIII]. . 


60S, 608 


— Nathan [VIII]. . . 


. 608 


— Nathau [Smith] [VIII 


] . 608 


— PoUy (Chapman) [VII 


]362,f,o>j 


Poor, Hannah . . . . 


. SOS 


— Sarah 


. 466 


Poi-E, Uarriet . . . 


. 1059 


— John 


295, 6G0 


PoPPEXnUSEN & Co. . . 


. lOG 


Porter, . . . . 


. 959 


— Aaron .... 


. 515 


— Benjamin C. . . 


409, 661 


— Daniel Harvey . . 


. 1025 


— Emily A. (Barber) 


. 1025 


— Eunice (Hathome) 


. 515 


— Huntington . . . 


. 117 


— Jessie [X] . . . 


. 1025 


— Mary [VIII] . . 


545 


— Mary 


. 510 


— Mary (Goodale) [VD 


] . 369 


— Nathaniel . . . 


. 369 


— Samuel .... 


. 20S 


— Sarah 


. 302 


— Sarah (Stetson) . 


. . 369 


— Susanna (Sargeant) 


. 117 


— Tobias Lear [VII] 


. . 369 


Potter, Alonzo . . 


. 651 


— Aima ( ) . . 


. S60 


— Annette C. . . . 


. 999 


— Benjamin . . . 


48, 860 


— Elizabeth . . . 


. 952 


- Martha W. [IX] . 


. . 860 


— Ruth ( ) . . 


4S 


PouLTOX, ilarv . . 


. . 66 


PocND, Alfred John [IX 


] . 969 


— Charlotte A. (Furley] 


. 969 


— Elizabeth P. (Rogers) 


[IX] 969 


— William .... 


. . 969 


PouRT.vLES, Louis E. de 


. 697 


Powers, Hiram . . 


. . 248 


PoYXTOX, Hannah 


. . 436 


Praeger, David Willian 


1 . 1051 


— John Francis [X] . 


. . 1054 


— Luev R. (.Tewctt) [X 


] . 1054 


— Sophie JI. (WeUman) 


. 10.-, 1 


Pratt, (Peace) 


. . 267 


— Alice EUerton [X] 


. . 1051 


— Anita P. (Jones) [V 


III] 705 


— Ann Eliza . . . 


. . 1071 



INDEX OF XA2IES. 



1153 



Pbatt, Aunc [VII] . . 418. 423 

— Aune (Storer) .... 2i3 

— C;Jista SiS 

— Edward Ellcrton . . . 1051 

— tlizabetk [VU] ... 423 

— Eluabcth . . . 175, lOU 

— George Williams [VII] 423- 

424, Hi, 70i, 7UJ 

— George Williams [VlII] 704 

— Hanuah 175 

— Harriet 455 

— Jaue [VI] . . 243, 266-267 

— Joseph iC>l 

— Mary [VII] .... 244, 423 

— Marj (^VilUams) [VI] 120, 243- 

244, -244, 423, 42 1 

— Mary B. (White) [VII] 424. 

46S, 751, 873 

— Miriam F. (Choate) . . 105 1 

— Misses [VII] .... 244 

— Robert Marion [VHI] 156, loS, 

240 n., 245, 245 n., 246 u., 
705 

— Samuel 245 

— Samuel P 455 

— Sarah Pickering [VII] 245 n., 

246 n., 418 u., 424-425 

— Susaa 587 

— WilHam [VI] 120, 156, 156 u., 

157, 244-245, 267, 703 

— WUKani[VIl] .... 424 

— William [VIII] . 704-705 
Preble, Rosamond L. . . 901 
Prestige, Anna .... 210 

— Rebecca 357 

Prentice family 332 n., 333 n., 

701 n. 
Prextiss, Caleb .... 203 

— Coriuua Aldricli ... 701 

— John 488 

— Pamela [VI] . 203, 702, 9S1 

— Pamela (Mellcii) ... 203 
Prentiss family 3'32 n., 333 u., 701 n. i 
Prkscott, Benjamin . . . 206 

— Catherine Elizabeth [IX] 991 

— Charles Jcukiii3[ VIII] . 671 

— Clara (Ropes) [VIII] . 671 

— Edith [L\] 989 

— Elizabeth 1010 

— Elsie M. [IX] .... 980 

— Frances C. (Brown) [IX] 991 

— Josephine A. (Pcabudy) 

[Vm] 437, 721, 989, 901 



Prescott, Liiizte [IX] . . 991 

— LyJia (C!i.auJIcr) . . . 671 

— Martha [VI] . . 205, 206 

— Oliver G71 

— Rebecca (Minot) ... 206 

— Ruth 348 

— Susan 1036 

— Susan (Amory) . . . 721 

— William 206 n., 314, 340 u., 

519 n., 557 n., 558 n., 674, 
721, 843 n. 

— William Gardiner [VIII] 712, 

717, 721-722, 1010 

— William Hickliiig . . 721, 932 
PRhSENTA, Joseph X. . . 1059 
Price, Anne Maria . . . 762 

— Eben N 861 

— Hannah (Shreve) ... 861 

— Mary E. (Phippen) [IX] 861 

— Richard [IX] .... 861 

— Walter . . . 30,31,42,47 

Priest, John 74, 75 

Prime, Sarah .... 340 n. 
Peisce, Adeha A. (Eggle- 

ston)[IX] .... 823 

— Anna S. (Sliislikiu) [X] . 1040 

— Annie Ropes [X] . . 1039 

— Benjamin Ropes [IX] 823, 

1010 

— Catherine Mary [X] . . 1040 

— George Henry "[IX] 389, 823, 

1039 

— Henry [VII] 333-334, 392 

— Henry [VIII] . . . 543, S23 

— Jolui [Vni] .... 544 

— John 74, 125 u., 166, 1S2, 209, 

261 

— John Henry [X] . . . 1039 

— Jon.ithan 334 

— Joseph Hardy [ITH] 73, 544- 

545 

— Lucy 655 

— Marie A. (Van der Vliet) 

[IX] 823 

— Martha A. (Dodge) [IX] 824 

— Mary [Vni] 543-544, 514, 

548, 824, 825 

— M.ary (PoUard) . . . 331 

— Mary A. (HaU) [IX] . . 823 

— Mary M. (Hunt) [VllI] 545 

— Rutii H. (Ropes) [VII] 392. 

543 

— Samuel Ropes [IX] . . 823 



I'lUNi e, Sarah [VIII] 542-543, 
543, 543 u., S22 

— Sar.ih[IX] 73 

— Sar;>h (MUlct) [Ml] 333, 542, 

5 43,544 

— Sarah Marian [X] . . . 1039 

Prince family 1040 

Prit( uiRD, Alice .... 802 
Proal, Charlotte .... 741 
Procter, Caroline Elizabeth 

[IX] 846, 1053, 1034 

— Elizabeth (Masui y) . . 559 

— Francis Peirce [IX] 846 1053 

— Gertrude Adelc [X] . . 1053 

— Helen Lydia [X] . . . 1053 

— Jonalhan 170 

— Mary (Cleavcland) . 170, 171 

— Mary Augusta [X] . . 1053 

— Mary B. (Ilydc) [IX] . 846 

— Sarah G. (Holman) [VIII] 559, 

846 
^ WiUiam [Mil] . 204, 559 

— William 559 

Proctor, Abigail (Wilson) 204 

— Cliarlolte 851 

— Hannali 206, 615 

— Hanuah (Goodhue) [VI] 204, 

336 
-John 50 

— Lydia (Kilburn) [VH] . 336 

— Martha [VII] 104, 336, 337, 

554 

— :Martha Ann [VIII] 336 u., 554 

— Mary ( ) .... 50 

— Itacliel 608 

— HobLTt [VI] . . . 204, 559 

— Uoliert [VII] . 104, 336, 354 

— Thorudikc [VII] . . 104,336 

— Tlionidike 204 

Proud, Hannah .... 290 
Pri ktte, Jcau Florence [X] 1079 

— Nancy (Benston) ... 903 

— Sar.ili A. (Lemon) [IX] 908, 



— William 

— AVilliam Frank [IX] . 

Pl-ckerixg, . . . 

Pri.LiNG, Annis . . . 


1079 
903 

908 

13 

460 

209 


PtLsiFKR, Adelaide A 
(Stone) [IX] . . 

-Charles Augustus [IX J 8 
— Francis . ... 


851 
51-852 

569 



1154 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



Pci-siFER, n.iunal\ (Trask) 569 

— Lucy (Kinsman) . . . 852 

— Natliauicl . . . ■ . SJ2 

— Sarah [VIII] .... 569 

— Sophronia E. (Fellows) . Sj(j 

— SophroQia Elizabeth [IX] 856 

— Thomas L 85() 

rrnoT, Mary (Banks) . . 63.'? 

— Mary Jane [VI 11] . . 633 

— Nathaniel 033 

PcRtSGTOs, Edward Jacob 

[X] 1038 

— Gnlielina (Basseti) . . 103S 

— Harriet M. (Frazier) [X] 1038 

— Jacob K 10:;S 

PcsiitE, Lucj [VII] . . 396 
PuTXAir, Aaron .... 35S 

— xVlfrcd Lowell [^^II] . 718 

— Alice Edmands .... SIQ 

— Bartholomew .... 101 

— Charles Fitch [VIIT] . 592 

— Charles Gideon [VII] 439^40, 

•liO, 722, 723 

— Charles Pickering [^^II] 80, 

722 

— Eben 816 

— Ebenezer 816 

— Edward Fitch [VIII] . 593 

— Elizabeth .... 123, 235 

— Elizabeth (Applcton) . 816 

— Ehzabeth (Lowell) [IX] 992 

— Elizabeth C. (Jackson) 

[VII] 298, 301, 431, 440-441, 
695 

— Elizabeth Cabot [^^I] 441, 723, 

72i, 725 

— Elizabeth Cabot [VIII] . 722 

— Elizabeth F. (Gould) 

[VIII] 592 

— Elizabeth Ingalls ... 810 

— Elizabeth Pe"irce [\^^] . 593 

— Elizabeth S. (Pcirce) 

[VII] . . 358, .i92, .-,03 

— Esther O. (Clarke) [IX] 814 

— Ethel Appleton Fi.«ke . SI 6 

— Fannie 836 

— Fitch Pool [VII] . . 358, 503 

— Frederic 'Ward [IX] 709, 814- 

817 

— George 902 

— Georgiaa Lowell [A'lII] . 718 

— Gideon 25 1 

— Grace C. (Stevens) [VIII] 730 



Pltx.ui, lIunn:ih[VII] 436, 720 

— Hannah (lirowu) . . . 254 
Harriet [VIII] . . 445,729 

— Harriet (Lowell) . . . 992 

— Harriet (Upliain)[ VII] 315, 
444 44 5, 517, SOS 

— Helen H. (Staudwood) 
[Vni] 593 

Israel 61G 

— James Jackson [VIII] . 723 
James Jackson [IX] . . 956 

— John Pickering [VII] 444, 72S, 

729, 730 
John Pickering [VIII] 729- 

730, 730 

— Louisa [VII] . 437, 720, 721 

— Lucy (Washburn) [VIII] US, 
722-723 

— Marian (Cabot) [IX] 723, 956 
Martha 311, 858 

— Mary 311 

— Mary (Lowell) [VII] 125 n., 251, 

253 n., 431, 432 n., 435^36, j 
435 u., 442, 9921 

— Mary Ann [VII] . . . 4381 

— Mary Upham [VIII] . . 728 

— Mehitable 826 

— Nathaniel 254 

— Rebecca 366 

— Rebecca (Hall) ... 358 

— Ruth 339 

— Ruth (Gardner) 102, 103, 104 

— Samuel [VI] 125, 143, 144, 145, 

252, 253-254, 254 n., 259, 

270, 315, 382, 402 

— Samuel Raymond [VII] 434- 

435, 435, 718, 719 

— Sarah 272 

— Sarah (Gooll) [VI] 125, 252- 

253, 253, 253 n., 434, 436, 
437, 43S, 439,411,442, 414 

— Sarah Gooll [VII] 442, 442-443, 

444, 725, 727 

— Sarah Gooll [VIII] . . 730 

— Simeon 677 

— William Lowell [VIII] 435,719 

— William Low.-ll [IX] 436, 505, 

992-993 
Pctsam's Sons, G. P. . . 932 

Pykf.risg, de . . . 3 

PvKKiuxGK, Thomas de . . 5 

— William de 5 

PyNCHOs, Catherine (Sewall) 188 



Pynciion, Elizabeth [VI] . 188 
— William ...... IbS 

i'vNCUON family .... 188 u. 



Qtj.vRLES, Caroline (Daland) 
[VIII] .... 

— Eliza (Deland) . . . 

— Elizabeth .... 

— Samuel 

QfAKTLEY, Anna (Mahcr) 

— Annie [IX] .... 

— Frederick \rilliam 
QciNXY, Elsie [IX] . . 

— Frances P. ( ) 

— George Hatch . . . 



623 

623 
750 
623 

1001 
1004 

1001 
941 
941 
941 



— Josiah 150, 353 

Ql'inkr, Beujamiu . . . 642 

— Hannah (Herrick) . . 642 

— Priscilla Eleanor [VIII] 642 
QuiXTARD, Frances E. (Morgan) 920 

— George WiUiara . . . 920 

— James Rushmore W. [IX] 920 

— Marie A. (Ropes) [IX] . 920 



Race, Joyner [VITI] . . 753 

— Susanna A. (Wellington) 

[VUI] 753 

— Viunie (Joyner) . . . 753 

— William 753 

Rae, Charles Whiteside 

[VIII] .... 742-743 

— Luzerne 743 

— Martha C. (Whiteside) . 743 

— Rebecca G. (Dodge) [VIII] 742 
Raiisdell, !Mary .... 505 
Raxd, Annie M.(Crozier) [X] 1063 

— Edward Lothrop [X] . 1063 

— Edward Spraguc[IX] 878-879 

— Edward Sprague . . 454, S70 

— Elizabeth (Arnold) . . 879 

— Hannah Augusta . . . 919 

— Jane A. (Latlirop) [IX] 878, 

1003 

— John C. 674 n., 095 u., 701 n., 

7.30 n., 736 n., 778 n., S09 n., 

813 n., S5S u., 887 n., 970 n., 

1013 n. 

— Vinton & Wakefield . . 1002 
Raxdall, B. Alexander . . 788 
Raxdolfh, Edward . . 142 

1 — Ellianora Wayles . . 710, 714 



lyjDEX OF NAMES. 



1155 



ItANDOLPII, Joliii . . . 149,450 
R.v.NSOM, Irene Emcrsou [IX] 950 

— Samuul H 'jj') 

— Viriiiiiia (S.iiiford) . . 950 
Kantoll, Harriet C. (Neal) lUJiJ 

— Lucy S. (5>.iltoiistall) [X 1 1020 

— Ncal [X_l .... 1020-1021 

— Rubcrt " -"J 

— Uobcrt Samuel . . . lO'.'O 
Raxiihonk, Grace Lenox [IX] 979 

— Jolin Fiuley 979 

— Lewis . .... 979 

— ^lary A. (Baker) . . . 079 
Kawli.vs, Love . 159,239,317 
Kay, Aunali A. (Dowst) [IX] 919 

— Jeremiah 910 

— Joliu W. [IX] .... 919 

— Mary J 919 

— Natluilie Elizabeth . . 9S3 
Rayment, Ilauuah . . . 160 
Rayjiosd, Hatiuah . . . 827 
Rla, Hcpsibah .... 231 
Rkab, Elizabeth (Jeffrey) . 93 u. 

— Ellen (Slater) . . " . . 916 

— Frances Elizabeth [IX] . 916 

— llaunah (Palmer) . . . 434 

— Helen Maria [VII] . . 434 

— James 434 

— Nathan 93 n. 

— Orin Aldy 916 

— Thomas Buchauau . . 50S 

Rkads, Ratty 150 

Redding, Mary .... 1009 
Rei;d, Ailic E."(Ropes) [IX] 948 

— Beujamiu Tyler . . 3S9, 391 

— Charles 949 

— Charles E. B. [IX] . . 949 

— George Washington [TX] 912 

— Hannah S. (Carpenter) . 912 

— Henry [IX] . 891, 891-892 

— Joseph 912 

— Lydia W. (Scngell) [IX] 912 

— Margaret (R-iiues) . . 9i9 

— Martha [VII] . . 390-391 

— Mary (Briiiley) [VII] 374, 855, 

893 

— Mary (Dodge) .... 391 

— Nancy Wlie^itnn [VTII] . 635 

— Tvebecca P. (Bosson) [IX] 891 

— Samuel G 573 

— Sarah 554 

— Thomas 374 

— William 391 



Reed Brotiieu.s . 
RtEDKR, Aseiieth . . 
Reeve, Eva Topping [VIII] 

— Henry Gardner . . 

— Louisa S. (Topping) . 
Reeves, Elizabeth . . 

— Mary 

— M'illiam . . . 50, 
Regal, Lydia .... 
Reid, Mary Boyd , . . 

— Sarah Jane .... 
Reilly, Martha . . . 
Rexocf, Elizabeth . . 
PiESTELl., Mary . . 
Reyeke, Paul . . . , 

RlYSOLDS, [VIII] 

— Aniia Hoyt [IX] . 

— David Shultes [VIII] 

— Edward . . . . , 

— Eliza 

— Eliza (Shultes) . , 

— Elizabeth P. (Putnam) 

[VIII] .... 
^ Frances E. (Hoyt) 

— Francis E 

— Henry 

— Jairus 

— Olivia Bf.Uou [VIII] . 
Rhea, A. R. [X] . . . 

— Joseph 

— Loui>a S. (Wortp.ian) 

— Mattie (Wade) [X] . 
Rice, Adehiide (Walker) 

— Alexander H. . . . 

— Annette 

— Celia Maria [VIII] . 

— Elizabeth P. (Langdou) 917 

— George Woods .... 947 

— Hannah (Wellington) [VII] 473, 

754 

— Henry ■ 650 

— Joseph Stearns . . . 917 

— Lcefa Lavina [VIII] . . 1000 

— Louisa [VI] . . . 2S4, 285 

— :iraria Elizabeth [IX] 916-917 

— Mary Louisa [IX] ... 947 

— Itandall Diusmore [VII] 473- 

474 

— Whiting & Bullock . . 813 
Rini, ClaraA. E. F.[Mn] 749 

— Mary [VII] 497 

— Phoebe A. (Browne) . . 749 

— Sarah 509 



Run, Zoheth 749 

Richard, . . . 264, 455 

i;icuAiiD II, King ... 2 

Rich m;ds, Alice (Alexander) 

[IX] ...... 802 

— Benjamin 014 

— Benjamin McCalliiter 

[VILl] 614 

— Catherine Gertrude [IX] 801, 

SOI 

— Deborah 615 

— James 509 

— Jane (Bigley) .... 10S3 

— John 1083 

— Mary (Fowl.) .... 614 

— JIary A. (Tufts) [VIII] 614, 

911, 912 

— Mary A. G. [IX] ... 911 

— Mary Jane [X] .... 1083 

— .Mary T. (Jones) [VIII]509, SOI 

— Sarah (Rich) .... 509 

— Sarah Gardner [IX] 308, 308 n., 

801, 1027 

— Sarah Gardner [X] . . 1028 

— Seth [VIII] . . 509-510 

— W. T 514 

— William Sydney [IX] 801, 1028 
lUcuAKD.sox, Abigail (Child) 325 

— Anna (Bcmis) .... 556 

— Caroline A. B. (:Marsh) 

[X] 1080 

— Charlotte S. (Blood) . . 957 

— Elmina Minerva [Vll] 100, 325 

— Emily M. (Howe) . . lOSO 

— Emily R. (1IUI)[VIII] . 768 

— Hannah 530 

— Hannah (Bcmis) . . . 558 

— Hannah (Neal) [VII] . 373 

— Hannah Bemis[ VIII] 550, 557, 

558, 559 
-Henry Morton [X] . .1080 

— Jeremiah 631 

-John [IX] 957 

— John . 556, 550 n., 558, 957 

— Louisa S. (Cabot) [IX] . 957 

— Louise F. (Partridg.') . 953 

— Louise Partridge [IX] . 958 

— Lydia Lambert . . . SS2 

— Margaret 917, 918 

— Mary Bcmis [VIII] 556,557, 

55S, 559 

— Nancy G. (Sweetser) . 031 

— Nath^ lOSO 



1156 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



RiciiAKDSOX, Ralph . . 


. 325 


— Rosiiu Cliir.ira [VIII] 


631 


— Roweua W'llliauis . . 


cs:5 


— Samuel W 


95<; 


— Stephea [VII] . . . 


373 


RicuiE, Edward . . . 


209 


— Francos [VI] . . . 


209 


— Mary (Sbannou) . . 


209 


Rich MAN, Thomas . . 


69 


RicuMO.ND, Charles . . 


872 


— Edv7ardriX] . . . 


872 


— Mary E. (Hall) [IX] 


872 


RlCQTER, . . . 


702 


— Jean Paul .... 


299 


RiCKER, Eliza .... 


902 


RiCKETTS, . . • 


356 


RiLtv, C. V 


1001 


— Emma F. (Bossoq) [X] 


1069 


— George 


10G9 


— Lucy 


833 


— Sarah (Ruuse) . . . 


10G9 


— William F. [X] . . 


1069 


RiiniiiR, Wiiliara . . 


298 


Ri.vEAJi, Calvin . . . 


800 


— Mary A. (Stall) . . 


806 


— Susannah Mariah [IX] 


806 


RiXG, Mary 


893 


Ripley, Charles Theodorf 




[X] ... .104( 


3-1041 


— Elizabeth (Pratt) . . 


1011 


— Lucy 


816 


— Mary P. (Ropes) [X] 


n, 110, 


54i, oil n 


,1040 


— Samuel 


1011 


— Sarah Chase . . . 


1019 


RisiiER, Eleanor A. . . 


. 425 


Ritchie, Isabella Montgome 


ry 906, 




907 


Rrx, Annie Eva [X] . . 


1041 


— Fabius 


1041 


— Mary J. (Swcctland) 


1041 


RiXFOKD,- Caroline (Corev 




[VIII] .... 


769 


— Catharine T. (Halsey 


) 


[YIII] . . . 7( 


59-770 


— Elvira (Pickering) [VII 


491, 


7 


GS, 760 


— Emmet [IX] . . . 


. 1007 


— Eramet Hawkins ["VTLir 


27S, 


2S0 n., 492 


n., 769 


— Geneve [IX] . . . 


. 1007 


— Gulian Pickering [VI If] 


768- 


76 


9, 1007 



RixFOiu), Loriug Pickering 

[IX] 1007 

— Luther 491, 492 

— Luther Parker [VII] 491-492 

— Oscar Stephen ... 491 

— Sarah (Hawkius) . . . 492 
llonnixs, Harriott Frances . 910 

— Mary Eliza 937 

RoBEiiT.s, Andrew. . . . 851 

— Betsey 529 

— John 953 

— Margaret 529 

— Margaret (McKing) . . 953 

— Martha Ann [IX] ... 851 

— Mary [IX] 953 

— Mary (T\'ard) .... 851 

— Xancy Ellen .... 1075 
RoBERTsov, Margaret . . 884 
RoBiE, Sarah Ann . . . 1071 
RoBissox, Aaron .... 466 

— Abby[\^^] 355 

— Abednego 447 

— AmeUa[\'n] .... 447 

— Annie Morris [IX] . . 1003 

— Beverly 1003 

— David 195 

— Elizabeth 596 

— Elizabeth R. (Kemble) 

[\TII] 746 

— George D 845 

— Henry M 911 

— Henry Martin [IX] . . 911 

— John"[VII] 454 n., 465-466, 

466 n. 

— John [VIII] 272, 274, 275, 276, 

466, 74^746, 746, 996 

— John 466 

— Lucy P. (Stone) [VII] 464, 465, 

466, 744 

— Mary 257 

— Mary (Sawyer) . . . 447 

— Mary A. G."(Rlchards) [IX] 911 

— Mary Kemble [IX] . . 996 

— Mary Kemble [X] . . 1051 

— Mcli'ssa P. [VITI] . . 731 

— Nathan 465 

— Olive Caroline .... 1046 

— Sarah (Franklin) . . . 355 

— Sarah (Poor) .... 466 

— Susan M. ( ) ... 911 

— Susan Sophia .... 735 

— William 34 

— WilUamT 355 



Robinson family .... 354 
RociiEfOXTAiSE, Stephen . 305 
Rockefeller, Elleu (Miller) 754 

— Jane Eliza [IX] . . . 999 

— Lizzie Grilliu [IX] . . 999 

— Maria L. (WtUiugtou) 

[VIII] .... 754, 999 

— Norman [VIII] ... 754 

— WilUamT 754 

Rockwell, Cornelia [IX] . 945 

— Elizabeth T. (Hammill) [X] 179, 

ISO. 1023 

— Francis Warren [X] . . 1023 

— Frederick Frye [X] . . 1024 

— Henry Ensign .... 796 n. 

— Isabella S. (Amos) [X] . 1024 

— Joel Edison [IX] . 79&-797 

— Julius 945 

— Lucy F. (Walker) . . 945 

— Mary Adelaide [X] . . 1023 

— Mary E. Frye [IX] 796, 1023, 

1024 

— Sarah R. (Wells) ... 796 

— Warren 796 

Rockwell family .... 796 n. 
RoDGERs, John .... 132 
Rodman, Ellen .... 969 

— Thomas 44 

Rodney, . . 119, 122, 654 

Rogers, 157 

— Abigail (Dodge) ... 6S6 

— Adaliue Mary [VIII] . 760 

— Ameha [IX] .... 903 

— Annie R. (Nichols) . . 1052 

— Arthur Saltonstall . 086, 1052 

— Caroline D. ( ) . . 903 

— Dudley Pickman [1X1 . 969 

— EUza L. (Pickman) [VIII] 635, 

9G9 

— Elizabetb Pickman [IX] 969 

— Emma J. (Lamb) [VIII] 771 

— Eunice Rebecca . . . 1046 

— George 686 

— George Gould .... 771 

— George Herbert [VIII] . 771 

— George Willoughbv [IX] 969 

— Jacob Crowniiishield 128, 6S6 

— James W 664 

— Josephine F. (Lord) [IX] 969 

— Julia Ann SCI 

— :Margarette (Edick) . . 700 

— Mary Ann [VIII] ... 664 

— N. L. & Brothers ... 685 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



1157 



KoGEns, Nancj (Cliambcr- 

hiiu) 66i 

— Natliamcl 6S0 

— Nalliauicl, Mrs. . . 127, 128 

— Rebecca [X] . . 686,1052 

— Richard Uenison . . . 680 

— Ricliard Saltonstall [VIII] 685- 

686, 10.r2 

— Sarah 6S6 

— Sophia T. (Southlaiul) . 771 

— Thomas Suuford . . . 7C0 

— ■WilLain Crowniushie'.d 6S6, 903 

— Wood, Loriiig & Co. . 1041 

Rogers family 6S6 

Roi.ES, Lauraetta Cleopatra 

[IX] 899 

— Samuel 899 

— Sarah J. (Cox) ... S99 
Roof, Margaret .... 910 
Roosevelt^ Alfred [IX] 992, 1016 

— Alice H. (Lee) [X] . . 1015 

— Archibald Bullork . . 1016 

— Edith K. (Carow) . . 1016 

— Elizabeth (Emlen) . . 992 

— Ethel 1016 

— James A 992 

— Katharine (Lowell) [IX] 992 

— Kermit 1016 

— Martha (Bullock) . . . 1016 

— Theodore [X] 992, 1015-1016 

— Theodore 1010 

Ropes, Abigail 428 

— Aille Elizabeth [IX] . . 948 

— Alice Shepherd [\T.II] 399 n., 

668 

— Amanda P. (Bowers) 

[XllY] .... 664, 665 

— Amelia [^'HI] 633-634, 921 

— Anna A. (Costello) [IX] 922 

— Anna R. (Perit) [Vlll] 657 

— Annie (Chapin) [IX] 948 

— Annie M. (Lndd) [IX] 392. 949 

— Artliur [VIlI] 666-667, r,r,7 

— Arthur Dudley [Vlll] 671-672 j 

— Arthur Reed [IX] . . 950! 

— Belle (Eastou) [IX] . 953-9541 

— Benjamin [V] 87, 109-111, 2:^.2, 1 

402 

— Benjamin [VI] 224-225, 377, 

378 

— Benjamin [VII] 377. 377, 377 n., 

378, 389, 396, 632. 63.3, 634, 
635, 637, 663, 664, 665 



Ropes, Benjamin Barker [IX] 923 

— Benjamin Elson [IX] 952 

— Benjamin Gardner [Vlll] 632, 

920 

— Benjamin Hardy [VIII] 663- 

664, 952, 953 

— Benjamin Mansfield [VII I] 548 

— Caroline (Sdsbj) [VIII] 632- 

633 

— Charles Augustus [VIII] 03 1. 

635-636, 637, 023 

— Charles Baker [VUl] 664, 053, 

954 

— Charles Fisher [IX] . . 

— Charles Francis [IX] . 

— Charles Franklin [VIII] 

— Charles Henry [IX] . . 

— Charles J. H. [IX] . . 

— Charlotte (Ruggles) [VII] 



923 
953 

671 
920 
949 
402, 

400 

— Clara [Vni] .... 671 

— David Xichols [VII] 401, 405- 

406, 406, 406 n., 071 

— Edward Delhonde [VIII] 668- 

669, 954 

— Edward Delhoude [IX] 954- 

955 

— Edward Elson [VIII] 667-668 

— Edward Wilkins [IX] . 922 

— Eleanor H. (Deal) [IX] 954 

— EleazerW. R. [Vlll] 637-638, 

63S, 638 n., 024 
, 833 
398 
670 
29, S30 
, 953 
638 
401 



— Elihn Harrison [IX] . 

— Eliza (Keeley) [VII] 

— Eliza Ruggles [VIII] 

— Elizabeth [VIII] 549 

— Elizabeth (Davis) [IX] . 

— Elizabeth (Graves) [VIII] 

— Elizabeth Grant [VII] . 

— Ellen [VIII] . . . 667, 954 

— Ellen Gellibrand [IX] 659, 947- 

948, 94S 

— Emily [VIII] .... 665 

— Emilia A. (Parsons) [IX] 923 

— Emma Amanda [IX] 952, KiS:; 

— Ernest Edward [IX] 949-950 

— Eunice L. (Rouse) [VIII] 666 

— Fanny [IX] 922 

— Frances (Wilkins) [VII] 377 

— Frances Wilkins [VIII] . 633 

— Francis Codman [VIII] 301, 000. 

660-661 

— G. & D. N 401 



Ropes, George [VI] 231-232, 232, 
334 

— George [VII] 397-398, 401- 

402, 402, 4IJ5, 400, 407, 005, 
COO, 607, 069, 070 

— George [VIII] 548, 665, 669 

— George . . . . 73 n, 110 

— George Francis [IX] • 953 

— George Ilcury [IX] 832-833 

— George Nathan [l.\] 824,1010 

— Grace (Thorn) [IX] . 022, 922 

— Grace A. (Tattle) [X] 923, 

1075 

— Grace Frances [IX] . . 924 

— Hannah [VII] . 395, 062, 663 

— Hannah 603 

— Hannah (Elson) [VI] . . 231 

— Hannah (Ilaniden) 197, 197 n. 

— Hannah (Perkins) [VII] 378 

— Hannah A. (Chandler) 

[VII] . . . 399-400 

— Hannah Elson [VIII] 665, 954 

— Hannah Haradcn . . . 196 

— Hardy [VI] 231, 231, 395, 396, 

397, 398, 399 

-Hardy [VII] 391-392, 396, 

661 

— Harriet (Judson) [VII] 407 

— Harriet L. (Peirson) 

[^^II] 662 

— Harvey Pushec [IX] . . 953 

— HeleuLouise [IX] . . 920 

— Henry [Vll] . . . 407, 407 

— Henry [wil] 73, 391, 544, 548, 

548, 660, 661 

— Henry [IX] .... 632 

— Henry 73 n. 

— Henry James [VIII] 633, 634, 

636, 637 

— Henry Samuel [IX] 544, 824 

— Horace [VIII] .... 670 

— James [VII] 377, 377-378, 3;?, 

638, 039,010 

— James [^^^] . . 638, 038 n. 

— James Hardy [IX] . . 951 

— James Miller [IX] 830-831 

— Jennie L. (Hale) [IX] . 920 

— John Ill, 197 

— John Codman [VIII] 390, 391 

429 n., 657, 659-660, 001 

— Jonathan Millet [VIII] 549. 

830, 831, 832 

— Joseph [VI] . . . 225, 232 



1158 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



Horns, Joseph [VII] 2:53 n , 393, 

400 u., 401 a., 402 u., 405, 403, 

400 11., 40? u., (',70 

— Joseph Aii?;iistus [VHP 670 

— Joseph EIsou[V 11] . . 396 

— Joseph Uar(lv[l.\] . . 73 

— Joseph Samuel [VIII] 230, 3S9, 

390, 390 n , 39i> n., 39:5 

656 u., 657 

— Josephine (TowuseiiJ) 

[IX] 833 

— Julius [VIII] . . . 666, 934 

— Kate (Tho.npsou) [IX] . 922 

— Katlariuc (f:ill) [VIII] 670 

— Leverett Smith [IX] . . 954 

— Louisa [VI!] .... 392 

— Louisa Harriet [IX] . . 948 

— Lucimla (Whipple) [VIII] 637 

— Lucv[VIIl] . . .605,638 

— Lucy (Grocei [VII] . . 378 

— Lucj (Pushee) [VII] . 396 

— Lucy Maria [IX] ... 953 

— Lydia [VI] 227, i-fi, 3S2, 3S3, 

3S6, 337, 3S8 

— Lydia (Xeal) .... Ill 

— Lydia (Wells) .... Ill 

— Lydia L. (Bisbee) [VII] 403, 

406-407, tor 11. 

— Marcelliiia (Grimau) [Vill] 633 

— Marcia E. (Sewall) [VII] 405 

— Margaret [VII] . . . 37S 11. 

— Margaret (Symouds) [VI] 22S 

— Margaret A. (Ropes) [IX] 833 

— Maria L. (Thompson) 

[VIII] 635 

— Maria Y. (Lukashevitch) 

[IX] 950 

— Mariaimc [VIII] 391, 660, 661 

— Marie Autoiiiettc [IX] . 920 

— Marioii E. (Igoa) [IX] . 955 

— Martha (Reed) [VII] 390-391 

— Martha Heed [VIII] 658, 04S, 

950 

— Martha Secth [IX] 830, 831 

— Mary [VIII] .... 639 

— Mary 207 

— Mary( ) .... 110 

— Mary (Ladd) [VII] 392, S63, 

940 

— Mary (Miller) [Mil] 550, 550 n. 

— Mary (Prince) [VlII] 543-544, 

5U. 548, S-2t, v.:.'5 

— Mary (Roberts) [IX] . 953 



Hopes, Mary (Silver) [VII] 340, 
400, S36 

— Mary A. (Barker) [VlII] 636 

— Mary A. (Coduiau) [VII] 391, 

442, 600 

— Mary A. (Rogers) [VIII] 664 

— Mary A. D. [IX] . . . 954 

— Mary Anue [\ II] 110, 233, 402 

— Mary Augusta [IX] . . 833 

— Mary Browne .... 903 

— Mary E. (Gill) [VIII] . 670 

— Mary E. (Goodhue) [VIII] 33S, 

604, cor, 669 

— Mary Emily [IX] ... 948 

— Mary J. (tiutchins) [VIII] 667 

— Mary J. (Purdy) [VlII] 633 

— Mary M. (Clark) [VIII] 669- 

670 

— Mary Prince [X] 72, 110, 544, 

544 II., 1040 

— Mary Seotb [IX] 824-825, 825 



— Mary Sewall [VIII] . . 

— Mary Theresa [IX] . . 

— Mary Tyler [VIII] . . 

— Mary Wilson [VIII] . . 

— Mehitable [VII] . . . 
!Miri.am (Johnson) [VII] 

Miriam Johnson [VIII] 



670 
923 
655 
550 
399 
397, 
398 
397, 
665 
635 
111 



— Xancy H'. (Reed) [VlII] 

— X'athaniel 

— ?cg?.T [VII] 378, 641, 612, 643 

— PrisciUa 824 

Priscilla (Platts) [VII] . 396 
Priscilla Chever [X] . . 1040 
Priscilla L. (Upton) [IX] 824, 

817, SS2 

R. W 634 

R. W . & Co. . . . 633, 634 
Rebecca (Stevens) [VlII] 664 

— Reuben Wilkins [VIII] 634- 
635, 633 n., 636, 637. 902 

— Rcuh-n Wilkins [IX] 933, 923 

— Reuben Wilkins [X] . . 1075 

— Richard Baxter [IX] . . 953 
Ripley [VIII] 637-638, 63S, 

638 n. 

Ruth [VI] . . 230, 39 1, 395 

Ruth (ITnrdy)[V] 103. 108-109, 

231, 235, 227. 239.230, 231, 

3:i3 

Ruth Hardy [VII] 392,543 



Rorts, S.adic (Walker) [VIII] 671 

— Sally [VII] .... 391 

— Sally Grant [VII] . . 400 

— Sauniel [VI] 110, 229-230, 230, 

303, 38S, 389, 301, 393, 393 

— Samuel [VII] . 388-389, 397 

— Samuel HI 

— Sarah [VI] 225, 379, 3S0, 3S2 

— Sar.ah [VII] .... 396 

— Sarah (Chcever) [VI] . 230 

— Sarali (Holmes) [VI] . 233 

— Sarah E. (Henderson) [IX] 831, 

SS4 

— Sarah Hardy [VIII] 388, 548 

— Sarah Louisa [VIII] 657-658 

— Sarah Xiehols [IX] . . 831 

— Sarah Osgood [IX] . . 825 

— Sarah S. (Bailey) [IX] . 832 

— Sarah Sophia [VIll] 640, 924, 

925 

— Seeth (MiUet) [VII] 73, 232, 

334, 54s, 549, 550 

— Sophia A. (Taft) [VIII] 666 

— Susan M. (Colby) [VII 1] 638- 

639 

— Thomas Holmes [VII] 400- 

401 

— Timothy [^^] . 232-233, 233, 

400, 401, 403, -105, 107 

— Timothy [VII] 400, 400 n., 401, 

405, 608 

— Timothy Pickering [VII] 398 

— W. & Co. 389, 636, 657, 655, 

823, 948, 950 

— W. n 389 

— William [VII] 389-390, 390, 

391, 393, 653, 636, 637, 65S, 
650, 000, 661 

— William [IX] .... 922 

— William Buck [IX] . . 832 

— William Hall [IX] . 300, 948 

— William Uenry [VII] 399, 607, 

COS 

— William Hooper [VIII] 3S9, 

656, 650, 947, 9)8, 949, 950 

— AVilliam Ladd [VIII] 6G1-662, 

951 

— Willis Henry [IX] . . 923 
Rori;s family . 110, 197 n., 1010 

— Brothers 923 

— Emmertnn S: Co. . . . 669 

— Gray ,\: Loring 639, 715, 976, 

989, 1018 



IXDEX OF NAJfES. 



1150 



Ropes, llccd & Co. . . . 389 
_& Ward . . . 3S0, 131,051 
Host, Alice (Bacon) . . . 320 
_ llaiiiiah ( ) ... 505 

— Uarrict (I'aim-) [VII] 191, 313, 

319, 310, 521, 5-'2 

— Harriet Paiue [VIII] 319, 500- 

501, 521 
_ Johu 310, 320 

— Joseph 505 

— Joseph Warner [VII] 319-320 

— Joscpbiue [VIII] 522, S13, 

Sit 

— Sarah H. (Haradcn) [VIII] 595 
RostxnrRG, Abitjliam Liu- 

colu [X] 1063 

— John Isaac 1003 

— llargaret C. (Garlock) . 1003 

— Marie L. L. (Hall) [X] . 1063 
Ross, 477 

— Betsey 039 

— Edwin Davenport [X] 1079- 

1080 

— Maud A. (Shelmirc) [X] 1079 

— R. S 157 

— Sarah S27 

— Sarah D. (Knapp) . . 10^0 

— Submit 870 

— WiJUam 1080 

RcssEN', Anne 802 

RossiTEE, Eve (Ball) . . S34 

— John 834 

— Mary A. (Ropes) [IX] . 833 

— Stealy B. [IX] . . . 833-834 
RousDT, Abigail [VII] 375-376, 

597 

— Elizabeth [VIII] . . 370, 597 

— Nehemiah .... 370, 597 

— Rebecca (Bovnton) . 376, 507 
RorsE, Ann (Foster) . . 000 

— Eunice Louisa [VIII] . 666 

— Fanny [X] 1069 

— John" COO 

— Sarah 1069 

RocTER, Eliz;ibeth (Gushing) 1064 

— James [X] 1064 

— John loot 

— Susan E. (Parrott) [X] 1064 
RowE, Augustus J. . . . lOOC 

— Charlotte E. (TVilll-) [X] 1065 

— Edward Fletcher [X] . 1066 

— Nancy 565 

— Syhn'w. (Fletcher) . . lOOC 



RowsE, Samuel Worcester 430, 

661,719 

RoYcE, Augustus E. . . . 913 

— Elizabclh (Taylor) . . 913 

— Harrison Augustus [IX] 913 

— .Mary E. (Cormeraiii) [LX.J 913 
Ulck, ^ 114 

— Jolin OS 

Re DDEROW, Elizabeth Day 1022 
Ruff, 160 

— Elizabeth (White) . 130, 100 
RicGLEs, Charlotte [VII] 402, 

400 

— Constant 402 

— ilercy 400, 407 

— Sally (Green) .... 402 
Rouble, Andrew L.W.[X] 1060 

— Faimie (McMurtry) . . lOGO 

— Mary P. L. (Haralson) [X] 1059 

— Stephen Edgar .... 1000 
RrstroRD, Count .... 208 
RuNXALS, James .... 758 

— Mary M. (BaUou) [VIII] 758, 

1002 

— Minnie [IX] .... 1002 

— Rebecca (Lovejoy) . . 75 S 

— WilUam Carl [VIII] . . 758 
RcssELL, Deliverance TVII^ 482 

— Elizabeth [VIII] 690, 698.. 7 S3, 

1019 

— George Robert . . . 524. COS 

— Leonard 482 

— Lydia 1030 

— Mary Ann 911 

— Mehitabel 911 

— Eeberca 251, 354 

— Richard 435 

— Robert 512 

— Sarah A. (Cork) ... 512 

— Sarah Anne [VIII] . . 512 

— Sarah P. (Shaw) . . . 098 

— William E. . . . 878, 1011 
Krs^ELL family .... 435 

— fr Co 512, 700 

— & Putnam .... 984, 002 

— & Sturgis 524 

Rr.sT, 114 

— CcliaJane 886 

— John 220 

RrTTER. Josiah .... 694 
Hv.^N, James 893 

— J(iauiui[lX] .... 893 

— Mary (Ring) .... 893 



S.4nis, Sopliia [VII] . . 477 
Sabi.ne, Lorenzo 184 n., 188 n., 
192 u. 
Saffokd, AHce L. (Piukham) 

[IX] 884 

— Ella L. (Manslicld) [IX] 883 

— George William [IX] . 804 

— Uann.ih (Silica) [IX] . 883 

— Johu Bolt [IX I . . . 883 

— Joseph Heuficld [IX] . 883 

— Lydia H. (Bott) [VIII] 595, 

882, 883, 884 

— Martha 891 

— Rosamond (Clark) [IX] 883 

— Sarah B. (Colcord) . . 595 

— S.arah Browne [IX] . . 882 

— Sarah E S25 

— Sarah L. (Holiistcr) [IX] 883- 

884 

— Sarah Smith .... 884 

— Thomas Russell [IX] . 882 

— William 595 

St. Memim, .... 156 

Saint Petei; 2 

Salisbury, Edward E. . . 385 n. 

— Josiah 213 

— Martha 385 

Saltoxstall, Caroline (San- 
ders) 780 

— Eleanor (Brooks) [X] 091, 718, 

968, 9SS, 989, 1014, 1018- 
1019 

— Endieott Peabody [X] . 1020 

— Frances A. F. (Sher- 

wood) [X] . . . . 1020 

— Josephine R. (Lee) [IX] 07, 05, 

97, 1S7, 190, 193, 780, 1020 

— Leverctt [IX] 387, 415, 777- 

779, 7S1 

— Leverett 443,468,515, 557, 77S, 

8S7 

— Lucy Sanders [X] . . 1020 

— Mary E. (Sanders) . . 77S 

— Mary Elizabeth [X] . . 1019 

— Nathaniel 780 

— Philip Leverett [X] . . 1020 

— Richard :Middlecntt [X] 1018 

— Robert [X] 1020 

— Rose Lee [X] . . . . 1019 

— Rose S. (Lcc) [IX] 777, 1019, 

1020 

— William Gurdou [IX] 3S7, 415, 

778, 780-701 



IIGO 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



Saltossiall family . . . 572 
Sambok.n, Capjliuc . . . 1056 

— Elizabetli (Ward) [VIII] 610 

— Elizabeth M. (West) . . "^02 

— Elizabeth Moselcv [IX] 862 

— F. B 7S3 

— Ira[\TII] 610 

— Joseph 610 

— Mary 610 

— ^rary (Sanborn) ... 010 

— Osgood 802 

— Peter, Mrs 86 

Sandek-s, Caroline . . . 7S0 

— Catherine [VII] 3S7, 415, 77S, 

781 

— Charles [YH] 386-387. 387 n., 

415, 778, 781 

— Charlotte (Nichols) [VII] 386 

— Elizabeth (Elkins) .387,415 

— Mary Elizabeth . . . 778 

— Thomas 387, 415 

SiNDERS family .... 3S7 n. 
SiXDEBSoy, Ann .... 330 
Sanfokd, Edward I. . . . 798 

— Virginia 950 

Sargean't, Christopher . . 118 

— Elizabeth ..... 117 

— Geneve (Rixford) [IX] 1007 

— Harriet (Bingham) . . 1007 

— Jonathan Barnard . . . 117 

— Martin ■Wheeler . . . 1007 

— Mary 117 

— Mary (Pickering) [V] SI, 84, 85, 

112-113, 115, 116, 234, 236, 
237, 415 

— Nathaniel P 117 

— Nathaniel Peaslce [V] 84, 116- 

118, 236, 237, 415, 722, 813 

— Rhoda 117 

— Rhoda (Barnard) . . . 117 

— Sarah 117 

— Susanna 117 

— Susanna (Peaslee) . . 118 

— Tabitha 117 

— Winthrop Webster [IX] 1007 
Saegext, .... 324 

— Charks Sprague . 298 n., 745 

— Charlotte S. (White) . 873 

— Clarissa 850 

— Daniel 184 

— Elizabeth B. (Dennis) . 8 19 

— George Amory [X] 181, S7:i. 

1038-1039 



PaRokst, Hcurirtia P. 

(Uall)[IX] .... 872 

— Ilcury 194 

— John 613 

— John S 714 

— Jolin Turner .... 873 

— Letitia S. (Amory) . . 1038 

— Luciu<; Maulius . 420 n., 103S 

— Mary 611, 'JO.j 

— Mary E. [IX] .... 849 

— Si.llic P. (Osgood) [X] 71. 1038 

— S:irali SS9 

— WUliani Story [IXj 184, 424, 468, 

751, 872-873, 1039 

— William Witridgc . . 849 
Sarmiesto, Jane Josephine 1010 
Saunders, iliriam Phelps 

[VIII] 632 

— Rebecca 632 

Savage, 348 

— Edward 348 

— James 14, 15, 26, 34, 42, 43, 49, 

53 

— Perez 29, 30 

— Thomas 504 

Savort, Betsey (Lewis) . 548 

— ilary [VIII] . . . 547-548 

— Richard 548 

Sawieu, Abigail .... 890 
Sawyer, 292 

— Ilamiah Farnhara [VII] . 291- 

292 

— Mary 447, 812 

— :Mary E. . . . 

— Micajah . . . 

— Sybil (Famham) 
Sat, Lord . . . 
Satward, Harriet Foster 
Saxon & Wheelwright 
Saxtox, cm.. . . 

— Rufus .... 
ScADDrxG, Elizabeth Ann . 
ScAGF.LL, Annah Elizabeth 

[IX] 

— Elijah [Vin] . . .615 

— Elijah 

— Jane (Vance) .... 

— Lydia H. (Ward) [VH] 



994 
292 
292 
255 
870 
274 
461 
967 
907 

912 

, 912 
306 
360 

365, 
615 

— Lydia Ward [IX] . 912 

— Martha J. (Daiii)[ VIII] 615 

— William [MI] . . 365-366 
ScAXLEM, Mary ( ) . • 198 



ScnsEiDER, Charles Willian\ 

[IX] 909 

Elizabeth (Swindell) . . 909 

— Martha W. (Lemon) [IX] 909 

Michael 
ScuoNREiiG, vijs, Elizabeth 
H. (Wicrd) [X] . 

— Eniilv (Malortic) . . 

— Ernst [.X] .... 
ScuoxBERG, VOX, family 
ScuouLtR, William . . 
SCHUHACIIEB, Bowcu Wis 

ncr [IX] 



909 

1050 

1050 
1050 

lOiO 
719 

821 

— Harriet O. (Emersou) [IX] 821 
ScHOM.vXN, Clara ( ) 

— Robert 

SCHTJTLER, Mrs. . 

ScouAT, Abigail (Firkcr 
ing) [V] 11,^7; 174, ] 

— Elizabeth (Pratt) . . 

— James [V] .... 

— John 

Scott, Annie R. (Prince 

[X] ■ 

— Gilbert 

— Jane (Cooper) . . . 

— Jessie F. L. [IX] . . 

— Sydney Charles [X] . 

— Winfield 

ScrDDEE, Alice JI. (Abbott) 

[VIII] . . . 

— Fanny (Lewis) 

— Henry Martin . . 

— Horace A. . . . 

— John Lewis [VIII] 
Seal, Eunice Quimby 



Seahax, Adella Horton [VIII] 750 

— George Horton . . . 750 

— Martha E. (Horton) . . 750 
Seamebs, Katherine . . . 973 
Searing, Elizabeth M 

(Brown) [X] ... 1047 

— Henry [X] 1047 

— Katharine F. (James) . 1047 

— William S 1047 

Searl, Catherine F. [LX] . 894 

— Joseph 894 

— Nancy (Standley) ... 894 
Sears, Anna Y.G. . . 712, 717 

— George 801 

— George Gray [X] . . . 1027 

— George Oliver [IX] . . 801 

— John 694 



653 
653 
292 

5, 286 
175 
175 
175 

1039 

788 
788 
788 
1039 
673 

768 

768 
768 
694 
768 
965 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



1161 



Sk.vks, Knjvct Wiutlirop . 97S 

— Mary C. (IVaboilv) . . 'J/S 

— Mary Pcabu.K |.iXJ . 3U, \U, 

437,712. 7io, 717.775,978- 
979 

— Mercy (Howe.) ... 00 1 

— PhUip Hovres [VHl] 693-694 

— Sabra 0:3.- 

— Sarah G. (Ricliar.U) [IX] oOS, 

30S u., 801, lUi7 

— Sarah P. (Lyman) [VIII] lis, 

244,417, 1:35, 427, 693 

— Susan (Gray) .... SOI 

— William Richards [X] . 1027 
SiiccoMB, Daiiiol F. . . . 203 u. 

— & Williams 372 

Seelet & Co 950 

Seelt, Darid M 763 

— Eliza (Peck) .... 763 

— Eva E. [VIII] .... 763 

Seger, Laura 5 SO 

Seiple, Jacob EJwia [X] . 1035 

— Mary L. (Dabiiey) [X] . 1035 

— Simou 1035 

— Urilla C. (Bookwalter) . 1035 
Sewall, Catherine . . . ISS 

— Charles C 414 n. 

— Marcia Elizabeth [VII] . 405 

— Rachel A. (Trul'aut) . . 405 

— Stephea 38, 35 

— William Dummer . . . 405 

SEmLL, Isabel 957 

SuAFFER, Aima Eliza . . 1079 
SuALES, Eleanor . . . 606, 607 
Sqanno^, Elizabeth W. . 451 

— Mary 209 

SfiAPLElGH, Henry Clay . lOSl 

— Ida Ellsworth [X] . . 1081 

— RosaG. (Tobcy) . . . lOSl 
SiiAaPLEss, Anna .... 972 

— James . . . 156, 157, 209 
Sii.\T3WELL, Eliza [Vni] . 642 
SiiATTDCK, Anne II (Brunc) 7S1 

— Elizabeth P. (Lee) [IX] 784 

— Frederick Chcever [IX] 784- 

785 

— George Chcyne . . . 645,731 

— George 659 

— Samuel 74, 75 

— Holmes & Muiiroe . . 7'55 
Sn\w, Amy [IX] .... 977 

— Cora (Lymaa) [VIII] 696. 077, 

973, 979 



Shaw, Elizabeth W. (I'ark- 

man) 096 

— Fraucis [IX] .... 978 

— Gardiucr Uowland [VIII] 696, 

608, 7S3, lUlO 

— Grace L. (Rjithbune) [IXJ 979 

— Henry Russell [IX] . . 979 

— Laura 5S0 

— Lemuel 555 

— Louis Agassiz [X] 00(3, 098, 7s2, 

783, 1019-1020 

— Mary E. (Saltoiibtall) [X] 1019 

— Mary P. (Sears) [IX] 311, .t;j2, 

437, 712, 713, 717, 775, 978- 
979 

— PauUnc (Agnssiz) . . . 1019 



— Quincy Adams . . 


. . 1019 


— Robert Gould . . 


. . 696 


— Sarah Parkman 


. . 608 


Su.AWCU0b3, Margaut 


. . 1006 


Shay, Daniel . . . 


. 234, 270 


SuEA, Hanuah [IX] . 


. . 883 


— Mary ( ) . . 


. . 883 


— Timothy .... 


. . 883 



SuEAFE, Anuie L. (Jones) 

[IX] 818-819 

— Charles Miaot [IX] . . 818 

— Eunice (Dodge) [VIII] . 530 i 

— James 530 

— James Smith [VIII] . . 530 

— Mary Euttice [IX] . . 819 
Sheldos, Charles Le Roy 

[VIII] 667 

— Ellen (Ropes) [VIII] 667, 951 

— Elsie Miri:uii [IX] . . 954 

— Frederick W. [VIII] . 756 

— Harriet (Patterson) . . 756 

— James 756 

— Lionel 487 

— Lionel Alurailiis [VII] . 487 ^ 

— Lucina U. (Gnl-) [A'ITT] 756 | 

— Mary fPiekcnii-)[VII] 487, 708 \ 

— Mary Elizabeth [VIII] . 768 

— Hubert Li\ln:,'>tou . . 667' 

— Sarah (Le Roy) . . . 607 ! 
SnELMiRE, Eli/a (U'oolsey) 909 | 

— Frances L. (Lemon) [IX] 909. 

1079 

— John Homer .... 909 ' 

— Mary Eliza [>:] ... 1079 

— Maud An-usla [X] . . 1079 

— WUUam Hcury [IX] . . 909 ! 



SllELTO.N, Henry T. . . . 793 
SiiEPAun, Elizabeth Matilda 

[VIII] 527 

— Jeremiah 537 

— Ruth (Chee\cr) ... 527 
SuEi'AUUsoN, Albert Edgar 

[X] .... 1082-1083 

— Lewis Barney .... 10S3 

— Lizzie M. (Jones) [X] . 1082 

— Margaret (Sullivan) . . 10S3 
SiiEPUEUD, Ellen .... 718 
SiitrLEY, Alice Martha [IX] 937 

— Martha M. (Harvey). . 937 

— Stephen 937 

SiiERiuAN, Philip Henry 570, 717, 

726. 793 
SuERLEY, James .... 9 

SuERM.vx, Mary Elizabeth . 541 

— Roger 136 

— William Tecumseh G68. 729, 858 
Sherwood, Frances A. (Fitch) 1020 

— Frances A. F. [X] . . . 1020 

— Thomas D 1020 

Shirk, EUzabeih (Wash- 
burn) [VIII] . . 752, 752 

— Hannah E. (Washburn) 

[VIII] 752 

— ililton [VIII] .... 752 
Suirrell, William . . . 789 
StiisuKis, Anna Sergecvna 

[X] 1040 

■ — Sergey Lavrentovicli . . 1040 

— Vera M. (Kolodova) . . 1040 
Shitely, Clara (Harklcrode) 

[X] 1035 

— Elizabeth (Wolfcale) . . 806 

— Jacob 806 

— Jane (Hodges) .... 1035 

— John 1035 

— Kate [IX] 806 

— William [X] .... 1035 
SiioiiKR. Ilcdwiga Regina . 1014 
SiiOEMAKF.R, Augusta C. 

(Eccleston) .... 740 

— Ellen [VIII] . . . 740-741 

— Michael 821 

— Samuel Moor .... 740 

— Sarah (Wi,>iier) ... 821 
Shook, Ann (Wilson) . . 803 

— A^^ahel Adams [IX] . . 803 

— Ella (Bentley) [X] . . 1030 

— Ella (Wilson) [X] , . 1030 

— Francis Mcrvin [X] . . 1030 



UG: 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



Shook, John Cliarlos [X] . 1029 

— John Charles .... Wi 

— Kate .Morrison [.\] . . 1030 

— Lyilui Everett [.\] . . 1030 

— Siisau(Everctl)[l.\.] 803, lu.'i, 

lOJU 
SiiaEVE, Bcujamiii [VII] . 344 

— Beiijiiiuin 3ii 

— Haun.ih SCI 

— H.iniiah ( ) ... 311 

— Mary Goodhue [VII] 344 

SllL'LTES, Eliza .... 7J7 

SiifRTLEFP, Emma Jaue . 103:> 

— Xathaaiel B. . . 15, 29, 30 
SiBi.KY, Abltrail [VIII] . . 563 

— Hauuah^VI] .... 212 

— Mcrib.ih (Bartlett) . . i2I2 

— Samuel .... 71, 75, 212 
SiLJEsTRoM, Maria Elisa- 
beth 961 

SiLSBEE, Alice Dodge [VIII] 743, 
996 

— Caroline [VIII] 414, 444, 463, 

470, 687, 737, 97S, 1012 

— Eliza White [IX] ... 997 

— George Devcrcux [VI 11] 751 

— George Dcvereux [IX] . 997 

— George Z 6S7 

— Henry .... 42, 470 u. 

— John 374 

— John Heury [VII] 463, 470, 0S7, 

737, 1042 

— Marianne C. (Dcvereux) 

[^'II] 121 n„ 130, 1G3, 163 n., 

161, 275,312 n., 158 n., 469, 

470, 677 n., 750, 751, 752 

— -Mary 1042 

— Mary (Crowninsliield) 470, 7'>2 

— Mary (Hodges) . . . 463 

— iIaryCrowninshield[VIII]156n. 

751, 997 

— Mary Crowniushield . . 737 

— Mary S. (IIoJg,-s) [VIII] 42 1, 

750-751, S73 

— Nathaniel [VITJ 4H, 163, 169, 

470, 6S7, 737, 977, 1042 

— Xafhamel . . 470, 750, 752 

— Nathaniel Devereux [VIHj 27;, 

750, 997 

— Rebecca A (D.dsr) [VII] 157, 

165, 166, 462-463. 163, 71-3 

— Sarali (B lardmau) . . GS7 

— William 4C3 



SiLsiiEK, William Edw.ird 

[VUIj 85, 165, 275, 169, 170, 
751, 751-752 

— William Ilodgcs [VIII] . 743 

— Zachariah F CS7 

— it Pickman 6S7 

SiLSBV, Alice (Xi'idham) . 63:; 

— Caroline [VIIIJ . 632-633 

— Elizabeth (Pickering) . 40,11 

— Enoch 633 

— Nathaniel 40, 41 

SiLv.\, Elizahi'th .... 515 
Silver, l-'aunic (Putnam) . 836 

— Isabel (Browne) . . . 310 

— James 400 

— John 310 

— ilargarct 310 

— Mary [VII] . 340, 400, 836 

— Susan II. [IX] . . . 100, 836 

— Susanna (Howard) . . 100 

— William 836 

SiMES, Frances Elizabeth 

[VII] 426 

— George 426 

— Nancy (Hardy) ... 426 
SiMOXDS, Hannah (Picker- 
ing) [VI] 11,174,286,191, 

495 

— Hanaali Mandana[VII] 11, 173, 

171, 286, 495, 770, 771 

— Harriet [VII] . . .495,770 

— Labau[VI] .... 174, 286 

— Lydia A. (.Abbott) [VII] 495 

— Mary [VII] .... 494 

— Mary E 862 

— Mary Jcnett .... 971 

— Montraville [VII] . . 494 

— O. Cornelia (Johnson) 

[VII] 494 

— Sarah [VII] .... 494 

— William Pickering [VII] 494 
Srsroxs, Mary Jane . . . 10 M 
SiMoxsoN, Juciiih C. . . . 1021 
Simpson, Florence Pierson 

[IX] .... 819-820 

— Sarah A. (Wood) ... 820 

— Thomas C 820 

SixcL.viR, James .... 531 

— Sir John SS9 

— Mary (Leavitt) . . . r)31 

— Saraii Ell/.abcth [Villi . 531 
SisTARE, Gabrlil .... 797 
-George King [IX]. . . 797 



SiSTARK, John 797 

— Nanr-y (Way) .... 797 
Skaiia.v, Juha [X] . . . 1069 

— .Mary (Reddnig) . . . 1IJ69 

— Thomas 1069 

Skekl, Lovina 793 

Skeriiv, .Margaret . . . 225 
Sri.n.ner, Alice S. (Ropes) 

[Vlli] . . . 399 u, 668 

— Ei;/.a W. (Gardner) [VIII] 714 

— Elizabeth 71.5 

— F. &Co S13 

— Francis [VIII] . . 714-715 



715 

903 

668 

668, 

668 n. 
66 S 



— Francis 

— Hannah P. (Benson) . 

— Jairus 

— Jairus Lcauder [VIII] 

— Mary (Strccter) . . 

— Mary A. (Downing) [IX] 903 
903 
903 

906 
906 
906 
906 
329 
962 
916 
329 
472 
329 



— William 

— William Henry [IX] . . 
Slapkj;, George llced . . 

— George Washington [IX] 

— Mary' J. (Baldwin) [IXj 

— Sarah (Stiib!)s) . . . 
Slatkr, (Buckliu) . . 

— Catherine FuUington . . 

— Ellen 

— John 

— Jonathan [VII] . . . 

— Minerva Baeklin [VII] . 

— Sarah (Wellington) [VII] 471, 

471, 172 

Slater family 171 

Slo.o-, 921 

— Ann C. (Swett) ... 711 

— Ethel (Donaldson) [VIII] 741 

— George Bcal 711 

— Robert Sago [VIII] . . 741 
Slocum, iluy Blake [IX] . 936 

— Sarah E. (\\'liliams) . . 936 

— William Henry . . . 936 
Small, Carrie Elizabeth [IX] 88G 

— Celia J. (Rust) . . . 886 

— Hannah Uiggins . . . S92 

— William Amasa . . . 886 
Smith, 952 

— Abig;.il Church [IX] . . 899 

— Abi-ail Lovis [X] . . . 1076 

— Al)i'.'ail -M. (Parkhurst) . 1011 

— .\daline C. [VIII] . . 755 

— Adclia 714 



INDEX OF NMIES. 



11G3 



Smitu, Albert UaMltiue[X] 1043- 
1044 

— Alice (Dod-c) [X] . . 1076 

— Alpheus Webster . . . 755 

— Amia[[X] 810 

— Anna G. (Lamsou) [IX] 915 

— Benjamin H 

— Benjamin Cook [IX] . . 899 

— Betsey (Rob.rt-) ... 529 

— Betsey (Wiuclicster) . . 82S 

— Caleb [VII] .... 394, S2S 

— Caleb 391 

— Caleb Augustus . . . 39i 

— Charles Frederick . . . :i94 

— Charles Ilcury [IX] . . 818 

— Cornelia 509 

— Cyrus 055 

— Cyrus Frederick [VIII] . 654- 

655, G55 u. 

— Cyrus P 592 

— David 358,509 

— Delia (Warner) ... 509 

— Ebcnezer 530 

— Elizabeth [VII] ... 306 

— EUzabeth . 320, i32, 437, 605 

— Elizabeth (ilillat) [IX] 828. 

1043, 1014 



— Elizabeth (Weutworth) 

— Elizabeth I. (Putnam) 

— Elias 

— Ellen F. (Stanley) [IX] 

— Ellen Ursula [X] . . 

— Elliott [VIII] . . . 

— Elliott Francis [IX] . 

— Elvina 

— Eunice (Dodge) [VIII] 



845 
SIO 
306 

899 
1044 

605 

898 
394 

530, 
SIS, 819 

— Eunice Wiuclicster . . 394 

— Florence I. (Morse) [IX] 1000 

— Foster 900 

— Frances Elizabeth [X] . 1043 

— Francis fiOJ 

— Francis Edward [IX] 394, 823 

— Frederick Joy [IX] . . 915 

— George Ciiaiimau[IX] 899. 107C 

— George E. [X] ... 1076 

— George W. [IX] . . . 900 

— H. Wright 303 n. 

— Hannah Dinian [VIII] . 529 

— Hannab (Rielnrd^on) 530 

— Harriet (Kello^i:) . . . 755 

— Harriet L. (S.nif].) [X] 1043 

— Harriet Lane [X] . . 1043 



Smith, Henry IIill [IX]. . 1000 

— Henry Winchester . . .'59 1 

— Horace E 875 

— Isaac Townsend . . . SIO 

— James Gilbert [IX] . . 845 

— James il S45 

— James Manning [X] . . 1052 

— James Shc.de [VIII] . . 530 

— James Whcalhiud [X] . 1052 

— Jane 734 

— Jane (Elliot) .... 605 

— Jehicl 841 

— John Blake 529 

— John Curtis 1000 

— Joseph 865,1041 

— Lauraetta C (Roles) [IX] 899 

— Lucius 915 

— Lucy (Prince) .... 655 

— Lydia Bosworth . . . 91C 

— Maria 39 1 

— Maria Chapman [X] . . 1044 

— Martha (Eennct) [IX] . 899 

— Martha G. (Beiais) [IX] 845, 

1052 
. 844 
. 1000 
. 900 
, 404 
. 499 



— Mary (ChafiFce) 

— Mary (SncU) . 

— Mary A. (Pierce) 

— ]\Iary C. . . . 

— Mary Cleavelaud 

— Mary E. (Ward) [IX] 898-899 
394 

819 
394 

915 

41 

365 

60S 

605, 

898, S99 

608 

60; 

844 
588 

601 



— Mary Elizabctli . . . 

— Mary Eunice [IX] . . 

— .Mary H. (Leach) [VII] . 

— Maryett T. (Joy) . . . 

— Mercy 

— Moses [VII] . . . . 

— Moses 

— Nancy C. (Lovis) [VIII] 

— Nathan [VIII] . 

— Rachel (Proctor) . 

— Rachel Zuri;di [IX] 

— Ruth [VIII] . . 

— Ruth 

— Sallv (Brlgirs) . . 

— Sally (Ward) [VII] 

— Salome .... 

— Samuel Francis 

— Sarah 

— Sarah (Batllrs) [VII] 

— Sarah 1). (Cuol^) [IX] 

— Sp.-iiCLr [Vll] . . . 

— Thankful ( ) . . 



364 

76-577 
454, 59S, S89 
G7S 
497 
900 
497 
306 



SMiTir, Thomas .... 384 n. 

— William 7 n., 8 n. 

— William Blake [VIII] . 529 

— & Gooch 624 

SxELi., Mary 1000 

Snidlu, Sarah 803 

— Subina 998 

S.Non-, Alice (Perkins) . . 631 

Almira Bruce .... 802 
Ann Freeman [VIII] 631, 031 

— Caroline A 1052 

— Elizabeth 41 

Henry Levi [IX] . . . 802 

Levi 802 

Lucy Gray [VIII] . . 631 

— ]Mary A. (Curtis) [IX] . 802 

— Nathaniel 631 

SoHiER, AVilliam Davies . . 442 

— & Welch 777 

Solomon, King .... 82 
SoMKS, Nchemiah .... 107 
SoFKK, Susan Thayer . . . 388 
Soi-LE, A. G. & C. L. & Co. 593 

— Albert G. [VIII] ... 593 

— Elizabeth P. (I'utnani) 

[VIII] 593 

SorTHL.4XD, Sopliia Taft . 771 
SouTuwicK, Eliza Kinsman 

[IX] 834,842 

— Elizabeth (Kinsman) . 834, S42 

— John 34 

— John Alley .... 834, S42 

— Martha 829 

— Mary Anne [IX] . . 834, 842 
Spakks, Elizabeth Wads- 
worth [VIII] 444, 4G3, 470, 

687, 737, 978, 1042 

— Mary C. (Sparks) ... 737 

— Jared 737 

Spear, Sarab II 995 

Si'tKD, Charles .... 999 

— Mary A 780 

— Mary Hunuali [1X1 998-999 

— Nellie M. ( ) . . . 9'jy 

Spence, Harriet Bracket . 436 
SrKXCER, Abigail .... 853 

— Amasa[Vn] . . .333,511 

— Emily Ornc [VIII] . . 542 

— Martha Read .... 907 
-SophiaB. P.(Oino)[Vn] 333, 

541, 542 
Spinnings, Lncretia [IX] . 907 
Si'OFiOKD, Abijab .... 704 



1164 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



7t)t 
4r,7 
. 764 
. 107 S 
. 671 a. 
.071 u. 



Spoffokd, Betsey (Swectscr) 

— Martha 

_ Mary Eliza [VIII] . . 

— Sophia . • • 
SrouNEB, Thomas 

— William . . • 
Spragck, Elizabeth R. 

(Lowell) [VIII] . . 

— Frauds Pelcg [VIII] 52 

— Judith 

— Laura ...•■•• 

— Pclcg ....... 

— Sarali (Demiug) . . • 

— WiUiam B. 171 n., 1S3 u., 19 1 u. 

— Colburu & Co. . . . . 720 
Spring, Naucy Willing . . 970 
SraiNGSTEiN, Mariau . . 81S 
STA.IGO, R. M. . . 434, 500, 501 
Stall, Mary Ann .... 806 
Stasdbask, Elizabeth . . 12 

— Jolia 13 

Standlet, Nancy .... 894 
Staniford, Sarah .... 551 
STAJJLEr, Elizabeth (Hunt) 

[VIII] . . 601-602, 895 

— Elizabeth A. (Edwards) 

[IX] .... 848 

— Elizabeth Perkins [IX] 



Starr, Elizabeth Jane . . 954 

— Frankliu JcUerson [VII] 331- 

332 

— James 332 

— Pamela (On.e) [VII] . 331 

— Persia (Shaw) .... 302 
Staunton, Sidney A. . . 9G0 n. 
Steadman, Elihu Riteherson 

[X] 1034 

— Homer Watson . . . 1034 

— 5I:irril!a A. (Griffin) . . 1034 

— Mary E. (Dabmy) [X] . 1034 
Steauns, Ezra S. . . . 396 a. 

— Martha Laurens [VIII] . 516 

— Mary 9^1 

— PrisciUa (Gushing) . . 516 

— Thomas 516 

— William 594 

SiEBBiNS, Horatio . . . 384 
Stedmas, Mary .... 523 

— & Wilder 1067 

Steer, Mary [XIU] . 581-582 



— Ellen P. [IX] 



1055 
895, 
1074 
899 

— Fred[X] 1055 

848 

602 

1055 

Sl> 

895 

S4S 

899 

895 

899 

995 

573 

593 

593 

593 



— James ThisseU [IX] 

— JolmrVIII] .... 

— Lizzie C. (Pierce) [X] . 

— Mahala (ThisseU) . . . 

— Margaret Ann [IX] . . 

— Paul 

— Sarah ( ) .... 

— Thomas Augustus [IX] . 

— WilUam 

St.anton, Sarah M. . . 
Stanwood, Daniel C. 

— Helen Hamilton [VIII] 

— Joseph 

— Louisa A. (Perkins) . 
Starbuck, Anna Mcreb[VlII] 541 \ 



5S2 

... 582 

... 496 

... 369 

... 853 

... 135 

. . . 211 

ood)[IX]812, 

1037 

... 186 

... 730 

1S5, 1S6, 312, 

312 

— Elizabeth (Gardner) [VI] 123, 



— Mary (Lintot) . 

— Samuel . . . 
Stephens, Mary . 
Stetson, Sarah . 

— Sophia A. . . 
SlECBEX, Baron . 
Stevens, . • 

— Charlotte E. (Os 

— Ebeuczer [VI] . 

— Edward Otis . 

— Elizabeth [VII] 



185. 1S5, 186, 312, oil 

— Elizabeth (Lowe) . . . 7.!0 

— Elizabeth P. (White) [X] 1037 ] Stockton, 



Stevens, Nathaniel & Sou . 812 

— Rebecca [VIII] ... 664 

— Samuel Dale [X] . . . 1037 

— Sarah 300 

— Thomas 211 

— William 811 

Stevenson, Hannah (Hooper) 777 

— Hannah Grcely [IX] . . 777 

— J. Thomas 777 

— Thomas G 704 

Stewart, Adelia (Smith) . 714 

— Anna Waterstou [X] . . 1068 

— David 714 

— Isabella [VIII] . . 713-714 

— Mary EUzabeth . . . lOoO 

— WiUiam 11 1068 

Stickxuy, Matthew ... 594 

— Phebe (Christy) . . . 1037 

— Sarah C (Baldwin) [X]. 1036 

— W. W 452 

— Walter Howard . . . 1037 

— Willet Barker [X] 1036-1037 

— &Tuck 732 

Stlllman, Samuel . . . 349 

[ SiiiiFSGN, ilary .... 768 
STiiisoN, Caudaoe (Wheeler) 

[IX] .... 1003, 1036 

— Edward F 1007 

— Elwin C. [IX] .... 1007 

— Geneve (Pickering) [IX] 1007 

— Henry C 1003 

— Henry Lewis [X] . . ■ 1086 

— Julia M. (Attcrhnry) . . K03 

— Lewis Attcrbury [IX] . 1003 

— ilabcl W. (White) [X] . 1086 

— Maria (Davl,-^) .... 1007 
Stitle, Mary 1034 



Stockhardt, JuUus Adolf 646, 702 



— Arthur [IX] .... 924 

— Elizabeth ( ) ... 924 

— Elizabeth (RenouQ • • 541 

— George 924 

— Grace F. (Ropes) [IX] . 924 

— Nathaniel .... 541 
Starr, Burgis P 331 n. 



— Grace Cornelia [VIII] 

— Harriet (Hale) . . . 

— Isaac T 

— Jacob 

— John 

— Lucy (Thomas) . . 

— Lucy A.(Ahhot)[X]1037-1038 

— M. T. & Sons .... 1037 

— Mary [VI] .... 211, 211 

— Mehitahle ..... 732 



730 

813 
811 
186 
664 



Carrie Maria 

. . 1044r-1045 
.... 1045 



Stockwell, 
[X] 

— Israel 

— Mary J. (Dodge) . . . 
Stoddaud, Annie G. (Bemis) 

[X] 

— Caroline A. (Snow) . . 

— Edwin Wilson [X] . . 
Joseph 



1045 

1052 

1052 
1052 

1052 



— Sally 453, 454 



— Moses TvlerriX] 115,812-813, Stoddeh, Mary E. (Simonds) S62 
813 n.- Mary Eliza [IX] ... 862 
1037 —Mary HaU 10 H 



— Nathaniel [X] 

— Nathaniel . 



813 



Simon 862 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



1165 



Stone, Abrahnm [V[I] . . 350 

— Abraham [VIII] . . 565, yMJ 

— AdcLiide Augusta [IX] . 851 

— Alice 376 

— Arthur Guoch r IX] . . 918 

— Arthur R. [VIII] . . 271, 275 

— Au-ustaL.(Pcrkiiis)[IX] 852 

— liciijamin .... CSC, GS7 

— Betsey [\1II] . . . 565, S50 

— Betsey SS7 

— Betsey Richardson [VII] 488 

— Caroline Mariu .... 9 IS 

— Catheriue (Dodge) [VI] 15fi, 

274, 274, 463, 464, 407 

— Charles 995 

— Charles Edward [IX] . 928 

— Charles Henry [IX] . . 852 

— Clarissa 592 

— Coruelia C. Williams [IX] 918 

— Daniel 4S8, 771 

— Edn-in il 178 u. 

— Eliab 275 

— Eliza J. (FUnt) fS'II] . 464 

— Elizabeth [IX] . . . 850 

— EUz.abeth 37S 

— Elizabeth (Phippen) [VII] 350, 

565, 566 

— Elizabeth (Burnhara) [IX] 851 

— Elizabeth K. (Allen) [IX] 852 

— Emogene [X] .... 1057 

— Frani [VIII] ... 744 

— Frank Elmer [VIII] . . 771 

— George Henry [VIII] 625-626 

— Hadassah 635 

— Hannah 1065 

— Hannall (Morgan) [VIII] 565- 

566 

— Hannah 771 

— Harriet [VII] .... 475 

— Henry Ome [VII] 467-468, 

468, 746 

— Henry RadclifTe [VIII] . 744 

— J. Howard [IX] . . . 995 

— James 025 

— John \yY] . . 274-275, 703 

— John [VIII] . 5G5, S50, ?51 

— John Hubbard [VII] 463-464, 

464, 741 

— John William [IX] . . 851 

— Joseph Warren . . . 92S 

— Lucy (Bowdilch) [IX] . 945 

— Lucy Pickering [VII] 464, 105, 

466, 744 



Stonf. Lydia (Wise) . . 4S8 

— Maria M. (Gooch) [VIII] 625, 

91S 

— Mary (Munroc) .... 92 S 

— Mary (Stevens) [VI] 211, 211 

— Mary (Wilmonton) [VIII] 566 

— Mary C. (McUcn) [IX] . 995 

— :Mary Elizabeth [IX] . 852 

— Mary G. (Atkius) . . 040 

— Mary Isabella [VIII] . 746 

— Mury J. (Clark) [VIII] 771 

— Mary Jane [IX] . 850, 1050 

— Naucy 104S 

— Xaucy (Pigeon) . . . 625 

— Nancy Rowe [IX] . . 851 

— Nathan 475 

— Owen B 608 

— Priscilla (Daniels) [VIII] 565 

— Ridiard [IX] . . . 945-946 

— Richard 940 

— Sally M. Andrews [VIII] 565 

— Sam'uel [VIII] . 565, S51 

— Samuel 69 

— Sarah (Hubbard) ... 275 

— Sarah Elizabeth [IX] . . 850 

— Sarah H. (Spear) ... 905 

— Sarah R. (Symonds) [IX] 928 

— William [Vill] . . 566, S52 

— William 211 

— William Abraham [IX] . 852 

— Pickman & Allen . . . 403 

— Silsbee & Pickman . . 463 

— & Wiswall 625 

Stoodlet, Leona Abby [X] 1085 

— Nancy M. (Marsliafl) [IX] 998 

— Susanna (Wellington) [VIII] 995 

— William Edgar [IX] 998, 10^5 
Storer, Abby J. (Brewer) 703 

— Anne 245 

— Catherine A. (Eliot) [VIII] 702 

— David Humphreys . . 703 

— Edith (Paine) [IX] . . 976 

— Emily E. (Gilmoro) . . 976 

— Francis Humphreys [VI IT] 275, 

702-703, 976 

— Horatio R 976 

— John Humphreys [IX] 275, 7*^3, 

976 

Storhs, R. S 393 n. 

Storv, Charlotte .... 46S 

— Charlotte S. F.(Devereui) 

[VIII] 750 

— Eliza 424,700 



Story, Elizabeth (Quarks) . 750 

— Francis Quarli.i [VIII] . 750 

— John Patten .... 750 

— Joseph 579 

— Sophia 751 

Stolgutox, Cicero a. [VIII] 763 

— E.uily ( ) .... 763 

— Maltio L. (I'iekerin:;) 

[VIII] . . . .\ 763 

— Samuel W 763 

SiowLLL, Francis Leoni 

[IX] 1000 

— Lcefa L. (Rice) [VIII] . 1000 

— Sarah M. (HulT) [IX] . 1000 

SlRATTOX, .... 42 

SxiiEF.TtLR, Louisa D. (Bal- 

lou) [VII] . . . 47S, 478 

— Lucian [VII] .... 478 

— ilary 668 

STKlXGFEtLOW, . . . 66S 

STnoNG, 1015 

— Caleb 297, 353 

— Lizzie W 690 

— W. L. & Co 957 

Strout, Hannah .... 962 
Stu.mit, Gilbert 118,156,157,158, 

103,217, 241, 251, 270, 275, 

276, 277, 2SS, 339, 354, 423, 

426, 429. 600, 714 

— Mary, Queen of Scotts . 263 

— Merib.ah 531 

Stit.ii, Francis .... 8 

SiUBBF., John 9 

SiUBRs, Joshua .... 14 

— Sarah 900 

SiUPLEY, Annie Parker [IX] 820 

— George 771 

— Helena (Parker) ... 820 

— Manila A. (Humphrey) . 771 

— Mattic May [VIII] '. . 771 

— Theodore Earl .... 820 
SiUKGis, Anne Gushing 

[VII] .... 322, 525 

— Charles Edward ... 525 

— Elizabeth (Perkins) . . 322 

— Elizabeth 0. (raiu.-)[VIII] 191, 

524.521 n., 525 

— Frederick Russell . . . 525 

— George R. R 524 

— Henry Howard . . 524 

— Henry Parkmau [VIII] . 322, 

524-525 

— James Perkins .... 525 



1166 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



STfROis, .M:..T II. T. . . 525 

— Miirv Uo«arJ .... 53 1 

— Nulliaulcl llubScU ... 525 

— RiisscU 3-22 

— Sus.iu (Parkman) . . . 525 

— William 43S 

Sullivan, James . 147, liS, 29t; 

— Margaret 10S3 

— William 297 

SuMXEK, Charles 450, 047, 073 

— Increase 21G 

SuTER, M.irv Scott . . . 772 
SUTTOS, llcicii Leslie [IX] 00, 793 

— Xaiicy (Osborue) . . . 793 

— William 793 

S\fAlN-, Harry [IX] . . . 1005 

— Mary A. ( ) . . . 1005 

— Nell'ie M. (Moody) [IX] 1005 

— Ransom 1005 

SwAiSE family 8 

Sn-AX, Hamiah .... 887 

— Mary 728 

SwAsy, 9 

SwAsEV, Annie Florence [X] 509 

— Antony H. De W. . . 1010 

— Benjamin [VII] . 395-396 

— Cljarles Warren [IX] . 859 

— Elienezer 390 

— Elizabeth S. (Pearson) 

[VUI] 663 

— Ellen M. (Payne) [IX] . 952 

— Frances M. (Pearson) 

[VIII] 663 

— George Henry [VIII] 663, 9)2 

— George Henry [IX] . . 952 

— Hannah (Ropes) [VII] 395, 

602, 003 

— Hannah Ropes [VIII] . 662 

— John 54 

— Lucy A, (BabbiJ-.) [IX] 859 

— Lucy Maria [VIII] . . 663 

— Mary Elizabeth [VIII] 662, 951 

— Molly (Lyford) . . . 39'j 

— Sarah G. (Ripley) . . . 1019 

— Sarah Mctella [X] . . 1049 
Sweat, Dorothy .... 255 
SwEEXEY, Mary Ward . . 955 

Sweet, Mary ( ) ... 52 

SwEETLAXD, Mary J. . . 1011 
SwEETSER, Betsey . . . 761 

— Elizabeth Green [VIII] . 608 

— Fannie 800 

— Joha 603 



Swi KTsEii, Nancy (Jlii/ier . 031 
SWETT, 345 

— Aim Collin 71) 

— Jonathan . . . . , 240 
Shezky, Ciiristupher [.X] . 1053 

— LyJia A. (Kin>r) . . . 1053 

— Mary A. (Procter) [X] . 1053 

— X.,a'h Terry 1053 

SwiiT, -172 

SwiNDKLL, Elizabeth . . . 900 
Shixnkutq>", John ... 62 

Sykks, George 720 

SvL\ ns ii;it, Alice C. (Archer) 

[X] 1057 

— Aliuira lOoS 

— Aitei!;.i3 1057 

— Arteuias Sanders [X] . 1057 

— Harriet H. ( ) . . 1057 

Syhonds, Abbie (Kendall) [IX] 928 

— Amanda 898 

— Annie Gardner [X] . . 1081 

— Benjamin 225 

— Benjamin Ropes [Vni]641,92G, 

927 

— Benjamin Ropes [IX] 926, 1051 

— Benjamin Ropes [X] . . 1081 

— Calvin [VIII] .... 642 

— Ili/a (^Latsv.cll) [VIII] 642 

— Eliza 11. (Jordan) [IX] 926- 

927 

— Eliza Shatswell [IX] . . 927 

— Elizabeth 1004 

— Ephraini Gardner [VIII] 642 

— Eunice (Gardner) . . . 378 

— G-orge Washington [VllI] 642 

— Lla E. (Shapleigh) [X] . 1081 

— James Muuroc [VII] ] . 643 

— John 224 

— Jonathan 212, 352 

— Joseph [VITI] . 642, 927, 02 ^ 
Josejih [IX] .... 927 

— Josejih 212 

Joseph Ains^-ortli [IX] . 928 

— :Margaret [VI] . ... 225 
-Margaret [VIII] ... 642 

— Margaret (Skerry) . . 225 

— Margaret Ann [IX] 925, IQsO 

— Mary 212 

— ilaryO'cn) .... 212 

— Mary Ewin? [IX] ... 927 

— M.h"it.ible (llarri-:) [VIII] 642 

— Xancy (Plii'lp.) [VIH] . 641 

— Xaney F. (Kimball) [IX] 927 



S'Oinsns, Peggy (Ropes) 

[VII]. 378, on, 012, 613 

— Priscilla E. (Quiucr) [VIII] 642 

— Rebecca . . . 212, 547, 570 

— Sarah 50 

— S.arah C. (Fillebrown) [IX] 926 

— Sar.ah F. (Cross) [IX] . 927 

— Sarah J. (Ewiug) [VIII] 642 

— Sarah Ropes [IX] . . 928 

— Thomas Shatswell [I.X] 926, 

1081 

— Timothy [VIII] ... 642 

— Ursula (Knapp) [VI] 211, 212, 

352, 517,570 

— Ursula Knapp [VllJ 212, 352, 

547, 570 

— V.'ilHam 378 

— William Phipps [VII] .S77, 378 

— William Phipps [VIII] 641, 925 
SilioxDS family .... 643 



Taft, Lucy C. (Hayward) . 006 

— Samuel Judsou .... 060 

— Sophia Amelia [VIII] . 666 
Tainteh, Calista Brainard . 1015 
Tai.c-qtt, Mary .... 316 

— S. V 316 n. 

T.'.lebois family .... 5 

Talleyu.vsd, . . . 147 

Tancif, Anna 'W. (Perkins) 

[X] 1047 

— George Thompson [X] . 1047 

— John 1017 

— Martha A. (Nelson) . . 1047 

Taxxkr, Anna 1001 

Tavfax, Augusta E. (Wlieatou) 

[X] 1054 

— Catherine 0. (Bald n-in):[IX] 807, 

1036 

— Ebenczer 1054 

— Elizahcth (Eldridge) 849, 1055 

— Henry Story . . 819,1055 

— James Knight [X] 840, 1054, 

1055 

— Joliu Henry Adams [IX] 807 

— Lucy Story [IX] . 849, 1051, 

1055 

— Martha (Parker) . 807,1036 

— Mary Salisbury ... 913 

— Sally (Hooper) . . . 1054 

— Sarah L. (Edwards) [X] 1055 

— Thomas Parsons . . . S07 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



IIG" 



TjLPrAH, WUliruu Ilciiry [X] ^^ W, 
10S4 

TvwixY, John 1)8 

Tayloii, Amlrcw [VII] . . 446 

— Andrew Brirtl,lt[VlII] 730, 'JOi 

— EJmoui.i Louisa . . . G70 

— Eliza (Wig-iu) [VII] 446, 730 

— Elizabeth OKI 

— Flora Maria [IX] . . . 994 

— Uadassah E. (Ilarriinan) 

[VIII] . . . .730-731 

— Rebecca [V] 95, 96, 97, 97-98. 



1S7, 190, 1 


77, 51 5 


— Sarah (Burnll) . . 


93 


— "WiUiam 


9S 


— Zachary 


. 4f59 


Teague, Charles . . . 


. 1074 


— Emily J. [X] . . . 


. 1074 


- Jlary ( ) . . . 


. 107i 


Tebbkits, Theodore . . 


. 710 


Teele, a. K 


412 n. 


— Edwin 


1002 


— Sara E. (Lord) . . 


1002 


-Sarah [IX] .... 


1002 


Tempeutox, Charlotte . 


. 766 


Tekple, EHzabeth Bowdoin 


675 


— Sir John 


675 


Texxet, IL Aun . . . 


. 1037 


— Susanna 


5S0 


Terhune, Jane [VIII] . 


589 


Terxiiead, Sarah . . . 


995 


Terry, Harriet Abby 


912 


— Louisa 


530 


Tessier, Charlutto ( ) 


1061 


— Eranfois X 


1061 


— Marie Eli.c [X] . . 


1061 


Tewksbury, Caroline (Bank 


s) 


[IX] 


907 


Thacher, James . . . 


235 n. 


Thatcher, Polly . . . 


998 


TiiATEE, BezalccI . . . 


38S n. 


— Cornelia A. (Granger) 


674 


— John Eliot .... 


674 


— Nathaniel Frederic 


3SS 


— Rebecca Anne [VII] . 


386 


— Susan T. (Sopcr) . . 


3SS 




345 


TiiEXMAS, Abigail . . 


853 


TmcKEXs, Randall . . 


S 


TlllRslox, Sarah . . . 


115 


Tmissell, Mahala . . . 


84S 


Thomas, Arthur M. . . 


993 


— Calvin 


329 



Thomas, Dagmar E. (Torue- 

bladh) [IX] . . 964-965 

— Ehas[L\] 965 

— Elias GSl 

— Eliza Payson [IX] . . 965 

— Elizabeth (Sniiili) . . 320 

— Elizabeth (U'idgery) . 6S1 

— Elizabeth Emma [X] . . 1066 

— Elizabeth AV. (Goddard) 

[VIU] 680,962,963,9-5 

— Elizabelh Whit well [IX] 993 

— Ellen 11. (U'eb.tcr)"'[IX] 963 

— Frances Church . . . 521 

— Hannah inot 

— Helen M. (Inowu) [IX] 965 

— Henry G s:i2 

— Henry Goud;.rd[ IX] 412, 962- 

963, 10*:i 

— Isaiah 321 

— Jane Su.ith [ATI] . . . 329 

— Lucy 664 

— Margaret (Sliawcross) . 1066 

— Jfary ( ) .... 903 

— Mary Elizabeth [X] . . 10B3 

— William S 1065 

— William AVidgery [VIII] 6S0- 

681 

— William Widgery [IX] S63- 

964 

Thompson, Albert [IX] . . 962 

— Ann 70 

— Anna S. (Emerson) [IX] 821 

— Annie W". (G.iddard) [IX] 962 

— Bird Howard [IX] . . 999 

— Ebenezer 44 i 

— Edward 356 

— Ed'vinL 7S9 

— Ellen (Compton) [IX] . 818 

— Euginea (Carpenter) [IX] 999 

— George C 062 

— George M SIS 

— George William [ni] 447-448 

— Uadassah (.Stone) . . . 63 j 

— Hannah (Strout) . . . 962 

— HettieA.T 79S 

— Jacob 6:')."i 

— James Burnett .... 922 

— Jane 356 

— John A 106S 

— John Andrew [VIII]. . 753 

— John .Andrew .... 753 

— Joseph ....... 587 

— Julia (Hyde) .... 1035 



jTnoMr.soN, Kate [IX] . . 922 

— Lucy E. (Wilhin;;loM) . S22 

— Maria Lueii,da[ VIII] . 635 

— Mary (\Veek.s) ... 44S 

— Mary (W iu-at.) [VII] . 447 

— Mary B. ( ) . . . 1068 

— Jlary Ella [IX] ... 999 

— Jlelvillo Wilhingtou [IX] 822 

— Jlinnie [X] 1035 

— Nilc.s Hihhard .... !522 

— Pli(ebc S. (Menitt) . . 922 

— Sarah 1032 

— Sarah A. (We'dington) 

[VIU] .... 753, 909 

— Sarah Is:ibel [X] . . . 1068 

— Sus.an (I'ralt) .... 5.^7 

— Snsanliigby [VIII] . . 587 

— Tlieanna (Howard) . . 753 

— Thoiuas 1035 

TuoRX, Fanny (Kojies) [IX] 922 

— George K.'il. [IX] 922, 922 

— Grace [IX] .... 922, 922 

— W. R 92-2 

TuoRXTOX, James .... 150 

— John Wingate . 12S n., 256 u. 
TiioEox, Anna B. (Ward) 

[X] 1049 

— Joseph [X] 1049 

— Louise (Cousinery) . . 1049 

— Paul 1049 

Thrasher, Eunice . . . GS3 
TnuRBER, Abncr [VI] . . 281 

— Abner Dunham [VIII] . 761 

— Abner Giinian [VII] 480, 7C0, 

761 

— Adalinc M. aioger.^1[VIII] 760 
~ Alvira (Penucmi) [VII] . 481 

— Anna JI. (Ford) [VIII] . 761 

— Caleb Preuri-s [VII] . 480 

— Candace[VIIl] 760,700, 1003, 

1001 

— Caroline (Tl.awes) [VII ] . 481 

— Carolync E. (Bailey)[VIII]762- 

763 

— Charles Hathaway [VIII] 763 

— Charles Stow.ut [VIU] . 760, 

1002 

— Charles Stewart [IX] . 1002 

— David Pardee [VIII] 762 

— Dollv (JIcLean) [VII] 481 

— Eva (Ford) [VI 1 1] . . 763 

— Francis Bealtie [VIII] 761-762 

— Horace Kinsley [VII] . 481 



1168 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



Thcbber, Horace Kiuslcy 

[VllI] .... 760-761 

— JcauueUc (ilejcrs) [VIllj 762 

— JoLii Rogers [IX] . . 1002 

— Jouatban 2S1 

— Julia M. [VIII] . . . 1005 

— Juliette [VIII] . 2S0, 2S1, 762, 

1005 

— Kate L. (Hopkins) [IX] 1002- 

1003 

— Lob (Pickering) [VI] 280-281, 

2S1 n., ISO, 4S1 

— Lucy (Dunham) [VII] . 480, 

480 u. 
761, 
1001 

1002 
2S1 
481 

, 1002 

481, 

4S1 

481 



— Lncj (Dunham) fS'III] . 

— Lucy Dunham [IX] . . 

— Lydia (Kingsley) . . . 

— Lydia Ann [VII] . . . 

— Lydia Anu [VIII] 76( 

— Maria (Dennend) [VII] , 



— Millicent (Peniield) [VII] 

— Nancy (McClauglirey) 

rV7II] ....". 761 

— Rensselaer rerduiand[VII] 481, 

762, 763 



• Sarah (Teele) [IX] . . 
Sophronia [VII] . . . 
Sophronia Pardee [^'III] 



1002 
481 
762, 

1005 
762 
1085 

lOSo 



— "Whyland Company 
Thuesbt, Alexander [X] 

— lOram Alexander . . 

— Leoua A. (StooJkv) [X] 1085 
TllCRSTOX, Caroline il. 

(Ilenlleld) [IX] . . 902 

— Eliza 733 

— Eliza (Ricker) .... 902 

— Elm.-i Jane [IX] . . 902, 002 

— John Langdou [IX] . 902, 902 

— Miles 902 

Thy.ng, J. Warren [X] . . 1058 

— Joseph Sleeper .... 105S 

— Martha S. (Bryar) . . 10 JS 

— Sarah E. (Babbidge) [X] 1058 
TicKXOR, Grorge .... 555 

— & Fields 469 

— Reed & Fields .... 469 
Tiffany, Cliariotte Fox [IX] 995 

— Lyman 995 

— Mary S 924 

— Sarah M. (Stanton) . . 995 



258 



TlLGiiM-vx, Edvrard 
TisiuiNS, Catherine E. (Prcs- 
coll) [IX] 
(iforgi- Henry 

— llcrhert [IX] 

— Virginia (Miuunzis) 
TtxiiL'E, Anna Maria 
Ti.NK, Richard 
Titian 

Titus 

ToHEY, Rosa Goodwin 

Toci, .... 

ToDii, Andrew L. . . 
Tompkins, Harriet 

TOOKE 

ToiTixG, Louisa S. . 
ToBNF, family . . . 
Tornebladh, Dagmar Elisa 

beth[IX] . . 964-965 

— Hcnrik Kiignar 

— Maria E. (Siljestiom) 
ToKNEBLADH family . 
ToKRET, Frances Hicks 
TovssAiNT, PieiTe . . 
Tot'T, Benjamin . . 

— Jane (King) . . . 
Towers, David B. 
TowNE, Alice G. (Emery) 

[IX] . . . 

— Ann (Cumraings) 

— Asa .... 

— Eliza J. C. (Wiley) [VIII] 619 

— Elizabeth Saliord [VIII] 620, 

916 

— Isabclle (Pendleton) [IX] 915 

— John[X] 619 

— John 3G9, 618 

— Jolin Ch.ipman [Mil] 631-632 

— Joseph [VII] . 360,376-377 

— Joseph Uurdy [VI 1 1 ] 369 n., 

61S-610, 631, 015 

— Joseph Hardy [IX] . . 915 

— Joseph Hinry [IX] . . 915 

— Joshua Good"ale[ VIII] . 30V 

619-620, 621 

— Joshua Goodale [IX]. . 915 

— Lncv Johnson [VIII] . 621 

— LyJia[VlII] .... 620 

— Lydia (Cliapman) [VII] 376. 

631 

— Lydia(Good.-ile)[VII] 368, 618, 

619, 620, 621 

— Martha Ellen [VIII] . . 621 



991 

991 
991 
991 
921 
659 
157 
93 
108 1 
369 
892 
999 
300 
768 
964 



964 
964 
964 
507 
291 
64 
38,64 
704 

915 

369 
376 



TowNK, Mary (Woodward) 

[VIII] 632 

— .Mary Ann [VIII] . 619, 91G 

— Mary £. (Young) [IX] . 915 

— Miriam (Phelps) [VIII] 632 

— Xcllie H. (Holland) [IX] 915- 

916 

— Polly (Lovejoy) ... 376 

— Rosina C. (Richardson) 

[VIII] 631 

— Solomon [Vn] 368, 36a-369, 

376 

— William Henry [VIII] 620, 621 
Towner, Louisa E. . . . S35 
TowNSENP, Jemima (Knapp) 833 

— John 833 

— Josephine [IX] ... 833 
Tkact, Albert 664 

— Hannah 298, 301 

— Mary A. (Rogers) [VIII] 664 
Teaiton, Lucy .... 630 
Tkask, 30 

— Abigail (Hooper) . . . 659 

— Anne [VII] .... 351 

— Charles Hooper [VIII] 3S9, 390, 

658-659, 948 

— Charles Hooper [IX] . 950 

— Eliza Jane 1044 

— Ellen G. (Ropes) [IX] 659, 947- 

948, 948 

— George 63 

— Hannah 569 

— Irene E. (Ransom) [IX] . 950 

— Martha R. (Ropes)[ VIII] 658, 

948, 950 

— Mary 231 

— Richard 659 

— Sarah 604 

— William Ropes [IX] . . 950 
Travis, William Barrett . 331 
Treadwell, Charles Thomas 919 

— Dorothy (.\shtou) [VI] 207, 343 

— Dorothy (Goodhue) [VII] 104, 

20", 341, 343, 5.';9 

— Hann.ih A. (Rand) . . 919 
-John 207,209,313 

— John Dexter [VII] . 155, 207, 

342-343 

— John Goodhue [VIII] 559-560 

— John White 647 

— Mchitable (Dexter) . . 343 

— Kell.e P. (Dowst) [IX] 919 

— Sarah 798 



ISDEX OF NAMES. 



1169 



TttEADWELL, Susan Farley 

[VIII]. . . . 382 n., 647 

— Susau K. (larky) . . C 1-7 

— Williams Jones [IX]. . 919 

Tnipp, Ljdia SSI 

Troop, 21S 

Trow, Bartholomew . . . 107 
Tkowbridgk, Elizabeth 

Frances 1023 

Trufant, liacha Alluii . . 405 
Trumbull, Jolm .... 157 

— Susau 192 

Tuck, Amos -152 

Tucker, Abigiiil (Vose) . 679 
~ Andrew 220 

— Anna 563, 710 

— Benjamin 319 

— CaroUue Matilda [VIII] 650- 

651 

— Cora B. (Johnson) [IX] 898 

— Esther 0. (I'aine) [VII] 313, 

318, 410 

— Florence Maude . . . 816 

— George llobic [X] . . 1071 

— Gideon [VII] .... 347 

— Grace 107 

— Henrietta k. (Peabodv) 

[X] 1071 

— Ichabod [VII] 313, 318-319, 

410 

— James louias .... 1071 

— Jolm 347 

-Lewis [VII] .... 361 

— Lewis [VIII] . 605, 679, SOS 

— Lewis Raymond [IX] 301, 898 

— Lydia (Jacobs) . . . 347 

— Maria (Orne) [VII] 313, 319, 

410, 410 

— Martha (Cliapman) [VII] 361, 

604, 605 

— Martha (Davis) ... 319 

— Martha 11. (Goodliue) 

[VII] 347 

— Martha Susan [IX] . . 898 

— Mary A. (KIrkby) . . 651 

— Mary P. (Gilo) [VIII] . 679 

— Samuel 679 

— Sarah [VIII] .... 604 

— Sarah A. (Ilobie) . . . 1071 

— Susan 601 

— Susan Ellen 722 

— Susan T. (Cub!.) [VIII] 605 

— William 651 



Tcckermas, Joseph . . . 371 
TtDOR, Frederick .... 620 
Tufis, Aaron [VII] ... 364 

— Mary Ann [VIII] 614, 911, 912 

— Sally (Ward) [VII] 364, 614 
Tcx.vLEY, Mary .... 691 
Turner, Anna 757 

— Charles W 897 

— Charles William [IX] . 897 

— Elizabeth D. (Goodliue) 

[IX] 897 

— Elizabeth J. (Starr) . . 054 

— Elsie M. (Sheldon) [IX] . 954 

— Emily (Henderson) . . SS6 

— Garrison 95 1- 

— Hannah M. ( ) . . SO 7 

— Harriet [IX] .... 886 

— La Prelate H 356 

— Leander Theodore [IX] . 954 

— John 1S5 

— Mary 1S4 

— Maiy (Osborne) . . . 1S5 

— Otis 525 

— Sarah [VI] .... 184-185 

— Sarah L. (House) . . 525 

— Sarah Loring [VIII] 525-526 
TuTTLE, Charles .... S97 

— Elizabeth Hunt [X] . . 1075 

— Grace Austin [X] . 923, 1075 

— Hiram Austin [IX] . . 897 

— Hiram Austiu [X] . . 1076 

— Sarah A. (Au.stii.) . . S07 

— Sarah A. (Goodhue) [IX] 897, 

1075, 1076 

— Sarah Isabella [X] . . 1075 
TwixiNG, Tamzene . . . 510 
Tyler, Gertrude .... 1016 



Ulmer, Mary 334 

Umfrkville, Mary ... 12 

— WilUam 12 

Undurwood, Sarah L. (Hedgu) 019 

— Sarah Lydia [IX] ... 919 

— Thomas 919 

Upham, Charles W. 39, 75 u., 117, 

119 n., 121 n., 124 u., 125 n., 
12S n., 151 n., 150, 156 n., 
158 n., 159 n., 161 n., 162 n., 
163 n, 193 n., 194 n., 19S n., 
237 n., 211 n., 258 n., 262 n., 
263 n., 204 n., 205 u., 206 n., 
271 n. 



Upiiam, F. K 445 n. 

— Harriet [VII] 3 15, 444-445, 5 17, 

808 

— Harriet 433 

— Jabcz 433 

— Mary A. (Baldwin) . . 445 

— Pliineas 445 

— W. P 30 

Upton, Benjamin .... 824 

— CornclLa A. (Babcock) 

[IX] 925 

— Daniel P 000 

— Eben Perley [IX] . . . 900 

— Edmund 8S2 

— Eliza P. (Ncedhain) 

[IX] 847 

— Elizabeth Ropes [IX] . 924 

— Emily Caroline .... 641 

— Fraukliu 640 

— Grace [IX] 925 

— lIcury[IX]. . 824,847,552 

— James [VIII] 640-641, 641 n. 

— James lleury .... 641 

— Jerusha 839 

— Joseph [IX] . 824,847,882 

— Lucy (Doyle) .... 641 

— Lucy Houghton [IX] . 924 

— Lydia (Noyes) .... OOO 

— Lydia C. (Cook) [IX] . 900 

— Maria Louisa .... 923 

— Paul 847 

— PrisciUa (Ropes) ... 824 

— Priscilla Lambert [ IX] 824, 847, 

882 

— Rebecca (Peirce) ... 847 

— Robert 640, 641 

— Sally 464 

— Sally (Larrabce) ... 8S2 

— Sarah B. (Saflord) [IX] . 882 

— Sarah S. (Ropes) [VIII] 640, 

924, 025 

— AVinslow [IX] . . . 924-925 

— & Nichols 040 



Vance, Jane ..... 360 

Vasderburgii, F. ... 832 
Van der Vliet, Gertrude 

M. (Bronsert^ ... 823 

— Ivan Pctrovitch ... 823 

— Marie Alexandrina [IX] 823 

Van Dorlxs, . . . 921 

Van Dusen, Grace ... 789 



1170 



INDEX OF N.UriCS. 



Vis GiLDEK, Florence . 
Va.s Patte.v, JFar^Mrct . 
Vas Tokks, Lcu'tia . . 
Van ^Vkumkk, Jaue Aim 
Vaswye, Charles . . . 

— J;ine (C.iiiiciou) . . 

— Kate[VIll] . . . 

— Nancy 

Vae.nev, Anna Dane [X] 



9'JO 
706 
Si2 

lUiZ 
511 
511 
511 
S05 

959, 
1041 
S27 

827 
911 
S27 



— Daniel 

— Daulcl Auirustus [IX] 

— Hannah (Carter) . . 

— Louisa J. (UaJli'v) . 

— Lyilia W. (Arring(ou) 

'[IX] 911 

— Rebecca K. (iliUett) [IX] 827, 

1011 

— Stephen 911 

— William Henry [IX] . . 911 
Vassall, Leonard . . . 250 
Vedder, Clarity [VIII] . 759 
Verex, Hilliard .... lOS 

Verstille, . . . ISS, 314 

Very, Caroline M. (Brown) 1041 

— Esther G. (Ward) . . S35 

— George Francis [X] . . 1044 

— Maria C. (Smith) [X] . 1044 

— Martha Cheever [IX] . 835 

— Mary 212 

— Nathaniel 835 

— Nathaniel Augustus . . 1014 
Vettek, John G. [X] . . 1030 

— Kate M. (Shook) [X] . 1030 
Vickj:kt, Bessie .... 613 
Villere, Frances T. (Peirce) 

[X] 1060 



— James [X] . 

ViLLIERS, 

Vincent, Lydia 

— Martha . . 

VlSTOX, . 

— Frederic P. . 



. 1060 

. 300 
. 569 
. 596 
. 201 

404, 519 



— John A 556 n. 

— Polly 201 

ViKTCE, 490 n. 

Voedes, Mary (Ormes) . 66 

— Moses GO 

Voisr, Juliette [IX] . . . 930 
VosE, 301 

— Abigail 679 

— George L 248 n. 

VruoNlA, Johannes de . . 3 



Wai.e, Clara [X] . . . 

— Flomiec (Hatch) [X] 

— James [X] . . . . 

— Jaims 



— ilary (Uabncy) [IX] 805, 10:!3 

— Mattie [X] 1033 

— Susui (Cliur) .... SiiC 

— William [IX] . . 805-806 
WADswoRTir, William . . Oil 
U'agxer, Margrcthia . . 10:;:! 
Wagstaff, Elizubeth A. . 971 
Waixtvrigiit, ... 654 

— Henry C 717 

— Lucrctia 727 

— & Aniory 717 

Wait, Aaron 220 

WAKii'iELD, Elizabeth A. 

(Hooper) [X] . 1062-1063 

— Frances A. (Luthrop) [IX^ 5.^S, 

875, 1002,' 1003 

— Frank ilortimer [X] . . 1062 

— Gertrude Jane .... 876 

— Jane Maria 876 

— John H 875 

— John Latlirop [X] 875, 1062 

— Julius lloss [X] . . . 1063 

— Samuel 54 

— Submit (Russ) .... 870 

— Thomas Bridge ... 870 

— Thomas Hebcr . . . 875, S70 

— Thomas Lal'iyettc [IX] 875-876 
Walues, Anna (Creamer) 

[X] 1073 

— Arthur Liueohi [X] . . 1073 

— Caroline iMatilda [IX] 893, ^93, 

1072 

— Carrie M. (Dunuels) [X] 1072 

— Clara H. (r.ov.ditch) [IX] 2J0, 

374, 8."5, 893-894 

— Ellen Upton [X] . . . 1072 

— Josci.h 001 

— Lillic A. (Webber) [X] . 1073 

— Lydia 601 

— NancT (l\alfray)[\711] 601, ?Ci3 

— Thcuduro Bowditeh [\] . 1072 

— William PaIfray[X] . .1072 

— WUliam W. P."[IX] 893, 1072, 

1073 

— Young Flint [^TII] . 
Waldo, .Vunie (Fryc) [X] 



1033 
1033 
1033 

JOO 



Eliza (Woods) . . 
Ehiiiua R. (B:dlou) 



601 

300, 

1026 

373 

1027 



' Waldo, George Curtis [X] 1026- 
1027 

— Josephine [VII] . . . 373 

— Josiah Crosby .... 1027 

— S. L 156 

— Samuel 346 

— Samuel Lovette . . . 373 
Wales, S79 

— Martha E. ( ) [IX] . 894 

— Stdly 475 

Walker, Adelaide . . . 947 

— Alden 900 

— Almira (Clark) ... 671 

— Elizabeth 65 

— George 060 

— James AV. G [X] . . . 1083 

— John Grimes [IX] 959-961 

— Lucy Forbes .... 915 

— Nina (China) [X] . . 1C83 

— Rebecca V< . (Pickering) 

[IX] .... 959, 10S3 

— Richard 65 

— S, C 644 

— Sadie [VIII] .... 671 

— Samuel R 671 

— Susan (Grimes) . . . 900 

— Susan Grimes [X] . . 1033 

— Thomas 52 

— William J 559 

Wall, Janet (TloUiston) . 821 

— Janet Taj lor [IX] . . 821 

— Thomas G 821 

Wallace, .... 90S 

AValler, :Mattie .... 940 
Wallis, Israel .... 800 

— Lydia (Buruliam) . . . 800 

— S."Tcackle 457 

— Sarah Wildes [IX] . . 860 
Walsh, Lucretia .... 849 
Walter, Louisa Ann . . 955 

— Lynde 214 

Walton, Ann Eliza [VII] . 372 
■Ward, Abby S 599 

— Ada Maria [IX] ... 911 

— Andrew [VI] . . . 220, 222 

— Andrew [VII] 363, 009, 010 
-Andrew [VIII] . . 0!2, 614 

— Anna [VI] . . . 219-220 

— Anna Barker [X] . . . 1049 
Anna H. (Barker) [IX] 781, 840 
Annie Gertrude [X] . . 1078 

— .Vntuincttc (Brown) [IX] 904 

— Artcnias 571 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



1171 



■W'aUD, Augusta (Ficnrli) 'IX] 904 

— Benjamin [VIII] COO. 609, inn 

— Bcnjamiu Augustus [IX] 904, 

1077 

— Benjamin Colnian . . . 2SS 

— Betsey (Bowmm) [VII] 363 

— Betsey F.(Att«ill}[VIII] GOO, 

609, filO 

— Caroline Elizah.'th [IX] . 905 

— Catherine (D:ivis) . . . 190 

— Catherine (Moi.ro) [VIII] 610 

— Eli2;ibcth [VIII] ... 610 

— Elizabeth Cutler [VIII] 611, 

907 

— Elizabeth Hazard [X] . 1050 

— Ellen Sojiliia [IXJ . . . 905 

— EuieUue (Bromi) [VIII] 611 

— Emeline Brown [IX] 905, 107S 

— Emily (Crush) [VlII] Gli, 612 

— Esther Gilbert .... S35 

— Florence A. (Clav) [IX] 907 

— Frances (Morris) [IX] . 842 

— Frances L. (Bott.s) [X] 1051 

— GamaUel Everard [VIII] 604 

— George A. 19S n., -200 n., 233 u,, 

304 n., 338 n. 

— George Cabot [IX] 839, 841, 

8i2, 1051 

— George James [IX] . 907 

— Gustavus Attwill [IX] . 904 

— Hannah (Derby) ... HO 

— Hannah (Higgiiisoii) . 222 

— Hannah R. (Clarrage) 

[VIII] 614 

— Herman Eugene [VIU] . 771 

— Ida T. (Luscomb) [X] . 1077 

— Isaac ....... i% 

— James Cutler [XIU] 600, 610, 

905 

— James Franklin [IX] . . 905 

— Jane (Adams) [VIII] . 612 

— John [VII] 364, G12, G13, Gil 

— John 222, SOS 

— John D. A. [IX] , 904, 1078 

— John Heufield[ VIII] 614,910, 

911 

— Jonathan [VII] ... 364 

— Joshua 40 

— Joshua H. . . . • . 791 

— Laura Augusta [X] . . 1077 

— Louisa (Hunt) [VIII] . 604 

— Lucy (How) [VII] . 364 

— Lucy Ann 338 



Waiu), Lucy Augusta [VIII] 612. 
90S, 9U'.) 

— Lydia (Gray) [VIII] 429, 13:i. 

555, 575 

— Lydia Gmy [X] ... 1050 

— Lydia Heuticld [VII] 365, G15 

— Marian [X] 1051 

— Martha (Grusli) [VIII] 612, 012 

— Martha (Proctor) [VII] 101, 

336, 337, 551 

— Martha Ann [IX] . . . 839 

— Martha Dowst [VIII] 614, 910 

— Martha Eliiabelli [IX] 904. 

1077 

— Mary 851 

— Mary (Attwill) [VIII] GOO, Cny. 

610-611 

— Mary (Cutler) [\1l] . . 364 

— Mary A. (Southwick) [IX] S31, 

842 

— Mary Adelaide [X] . . 1077 

— Mary Ann [VIII] . . 611, 90G 

— Mary Ann [IX] . 905, 107S 

— Mary AttwiU [VIII] GOO, 610- 

611 

— Mary E. (Battles) [VII] 496, 

771 

— Mary Elizabeth [IX] 898-899 

— Mary EUeu [IX] . 910, lOSO 

— Mary F. (Marseilles) 

[VIII] .... 771-772 

— Mary Gray [IX] 840-841, 1051 

— Mary H. (Williams) [VIII] Gl 1, 

614 

— Mary Holyoke .... 895 

— Melfssa H. (Ward) [IX] 905 

— Miles . . . . 'Gl, 220, :5;;'J 

— Xathauiel [VII] 363-364, 3G1, 

GIO, 611, G12 

— Nathaniel [VIII] . . . 612 

— Nathaniel .... 220,601 

— Raymond Lee .... 49 

— Rebecca E. (Williams) 

[Till] .... 614,614 

— Rieliard Bowman [VIII] 610 

— Ruth (Putnam) . . . 339 

— S. G. & G. C. . . . S39, S U 

— Sally [^^T] 364 

— Sam'nel[VII] .... 365 

— Samuel [VIII] . . . 612, 907 

— Samuel Gray [IX] 339, 555, 

555 n., 839-840, S40, 811, 
1049, 1050 



WvRD, SamucKiray [X] . 1051 

— Sarah [Vlll] . 611, 90G, y07 

— Sarah (lltulield) [VI] 222,363, 

364, 365 

— Sarah (Patterson) . . 893 

— Sarah (Trask) .... 601 

— Sarah Henfiehl [VIU] 613, 909, 

910 

— Sophia R. (Howard) [X] 1050 

— Stillman [VII] .... 496 

— Thomas Wren [VIII] 338, 3S9, 

554-555, 555, S39, S40, SU 

— Thomas Wren [\] 337, 1050 

— Wmiam [VII] 101, 336, 337- 

339 

— WiUiara 337, 339 

— WiUiam Henry [X] . . 1077 
■Ward family 895 

— Campbell & Co. ... 841 
Waudwell, Clarissa Dllla- 

way 606 

Ware, Anne Bent . . . 1009 

— Catherine Pond [Vlir . 606 

— Charles Eliot [VIU] 504-505, 

992 

— Clarissa D. (Wardwell) . 600 

— Elizabeth 505 

— Elizabeth C. (Lee) [VIII] 504 

— Erastus 600 

— Fannie 1005 

— Henry 505 

— John 505, 933 

— John F. W 288 

— Rebekah 624 

Warskk, Amelia .... 330 

— Anna Goodalc [VHP 622, 916 

— Caleb [VII] . . ' 369-370 

— Caleb Henry .... 370 

— Caroline (Dahmd) [VIII] 623 

— Caroline E.[ IX] ... 917 

— Delia 509 

— Edward 370 

— Eloise 303 

— .Tonathan 308 

— Marv (Goodah) [VII] 369, 

622, 023 

— Mary Pearson .... 370 

— Sallie (Co,)k) [VIII] . 623 

— Susan (Palmer) . . . 370 

— Susan P 370 

— William [VIII] 017, 623, 623, 

917 

— Wdliam 370 



1172 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



Warren, Aaron \\>mA [IX] 860 

— Amy (Shaw) [IX] . . 977 

— Anua C. (Cn)wiiiu.-,Lii.'IJ) 977 

— ILimiali (Kiiubal!) . . 800 

— llanonh P. (IVoodbury) 

[IX] 860 

— Joha CoUins [IX] 121, 4H 170, 

CS7, 7:i7, 977-970 

— Jolm Collins . 421,517,707 

— Jo'jas SCO 

— Jonathan Mason . . 977 

— Lucy 765 

— .Matilda 1000 

— I'oUj CSS 

— SusanP. (Mnson) . . 421 

— Susan Powell [VII] 421, 808, 

977 
■Warwick, Arabella [IX] . 909 

— Elizabeth A. (Golden) . 909 

— John Henry 909 

IVashbuex, Asa [^^I] . . 472 

— Elizabeth [Vjfl] . .752,752 

— Emory 777 

— Eunice (WelUngion) [VII] 472. 

752 

— Hannah EmuieIinc[VIIT] 752, 

752 

— Joinna 61S 

— Lucy [Mil] . lis, 722-723 

— Susan E. (Tucker) . . 722 

— Wilii;un Barrett ... 877 

— William R. P. . . . 722 
Washixgiox, George 129, 135, 136, 

137, 138, 140^112, 143, 134, 

155, 182, 208, 22S, 238, 239, 

251, 254, 305, 317, 3(57, 4GG, 

671 

WAiEiinousE, Andrew . . 2SS 

— Benjamin [VII] 288, 288-290 



— Charles 


1020 


— Florence Gerlrude [X] 


1026 


— Hannah (I'ronJ) . . 


200 


— Henrietta (Merry) 


1026 


— John Fothergill . . 


290 


— Louisa (Lee) [Yll] 288, 2'^8, 




290 n. 


— Timothy 


290 


Watkrmas, Eunice . . 


331 


Waters, Adeline M. ( Ors- 




wcU) [IX] . . . 


901 


— Asa 


57S 


— Charles Haven [IX] . 


901 


— E. S 


110 n. 



Watkrs, Eleanor (Shales) 606, 007 

— Elizabeth Anne . . . 1050 

— ('.race E. (Moore) [I.X] . 901 

— Harriet Ruth . 166 n., 167 n., 

173 n., 374 n. 

— Henry Augustus [IX] . 901 

— Henry F S u. 

— Jennie W. (CrowcU) [IX] 901 

— John 606, 607 

— Mary 121 

— Mary A. (Cook) [VIII]. 607, 

900, 001 

— Thomas Franklin [IX] 900- 

901 

— Thomas Shales [TUI] Goe, 607- 

608 

— Whindsopher [VIII] 606, 007 

— William C 370 

Watsox, Abraham ... 62 

— Alice C. (Lyon) [X] . . 1026 

— Jeuunette (Nichols) . . 1026 

— Jonathan 599 

— Mary . 789 

— Mary Elizabeth ... 9S1 

Michael 891 

T. L. & Co 1020 

— Tliomas Landsdell [X] . 1026 

— AVilliam Landsdell . . 1020 

— & Gibson 1026 

Watts, Betkia 596 

Way, Nancy 797 

Wat.ne, .... 141, 142 

Webb, Daniel 46 

— H;muah 223 

— Mary 573 

— Mary Elizabeth . . . 1019 

— William George . . . 404 
Webber, Lillie A. [X] . . 1073 

— Moses D 1073 

Wetstlr, Abigail (Eaton) . 573 

— Abigail Eaton .... 573 

— Alfred Morton [VIII] . 760 

— Caleb Augustus ... 902 

— Caroliue Prescott . . . 573 

— Paniel . 149, 415, 672, 673 

— Daniel Augustus . . . 902 

— Elizabeth 573 

— Ellen Rebecca [IX] . . 963 

— Elma J. (Thurston) [IX] 902, 

902 

— Isabella (Gemmell) . . 760 

— Jarcd 760 

— Jesse 573 



Webster, Louisa S. F. 

(Phippen) [VIII] . . 573 

— Lydia A. (TUurbcr) [VIII] 760, 

1002 

— Margaret Symonds . . 573 

— Mary Augusta .... 573 

— Nellie 603 

— Noah 153 

— Peter Eaton [VIII] . 212, 573 

— Sarah Bcckford . . . 573 

— Soi)hronia Pardee [IX] . 1002 
WEDGEWood, Fannie Dearborn 451 
Weed, Annie G. (Ward) 

[X] 1078 

— Charlotte A. (Frost) . . 1075 

— Frederick Ellsworth [X] 1078 

— George Albert .... 1073 

— Parsons & Co 786 n. 

Weeks, Ellen M 764 

— Hannah 256 

— !Margaret 650 

— Mary 448 

Wei.ner, Charles J. . . . 1009 

— Fanny (Rouse) [X] . . 1069 
Weitzel, Godfrey . . . 743 
Weld, Elizabeth .... 95 

'n'ri.n family 12 

Welles, Arnold F. . . . 674 

— Elizabeth Laura ... 674 
Wellixgtox, Celia C. (Cliue) 

[^^1I] 753 

— David Pickering [VII] . 472, 

752, 753 

— Duke of 801 

— EsteUe L. (Hart) [IX] . 999 

— Eunice [VII] . . . 472, 752 

— Frank Allen [IX] . . . 999 

— Hannah [VII] . . . 473, 754 

— Hannah (Pickering) [VI] 277, 

470, 471, 472, 473 

— Hannah Elizabeth [VIII] 471, 

472, 473 n., 754 

— Jane E. (Harper) [VII] 473 

— John Pickering [VII] 470-471, 

752 

— Jonathan 277 

— Judith F. (Carpenter)[VIII] 753 

— Laura Lcstina [VIII] . 752 

— Lydia (Fiskc) .... 277 

— Maria Louisa [Vltl] 754, 999 

— Mary (Huward)[Vll] . 471 

— Mary Melissa [VIII] 752, 998 

— Olive [Vll] . . . 473, 754 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



1173 



Wellington, Olivia . . . 277 

— Oriu Pickering [VII] 472-473, 

754 

— Richard Howard [VIII] 753, 

999 

— Samuel [VI] .... 277 

— Samiul [VIl] .... 472 

— S:iiiiudAntii)as[VIII] 171, 753 

— Sarah [VII] . 471, 471, 17 i 

— Sarah (Howard) [VII] 472, 75:! 

— Sarah Ann [VIII] . 753, 'J'J9 

— Susanna [VIII] ... 99S 

— Susannah Abigail [VIII] 753 
Wellman, IliUer Crowell . 103G 

— Joseph llillcr [X] . . 1036 

— Mabel Thacher . . . . 1030 

— Jlarlha P. (Tappan) [X] 1036 

— Sophie Marie .... I05i 

— Susan (Prcscott) . . . 1030 

— IVilllam 1036 

Wells, Anna (Turner) . . 757 

— Azzaa 757 

— Bessie L. (Miller) [IX] . 820 

— Cahsta (Wilber) [IX] . 1000 

— Celia M. (Rice) [VIII] . 754 

— E. M. P 864 

— Emma A. (Blakeley) [IX] 1001 

— Eunice (Waterman) . . 331 

— Fannj [VIII] 67, 203, 330, 

330 n., 332 n., 539 

— Frances Boott .... 916 

— Jacob 755 

— James Erye [IX] . . . 1001 

— Janet T. (Wall) [IX] . 821 

— John Adams [X] . . . 821 

— John T. [VIII] ... 757 

— Laura E.(Ballou) [VIII] 279 u., 

280 n., 477 n., 478 n., 757, 
1000, 1001 

— Ljdia Ill 

— Maggie May [IX] . . 1001 

— Marianne (Nichols) [VII] 330. 

53 S, .^39 

— Mary [IX] 820 

— Mary Manning [VIII] 566- 

567 

— Nathaniel 567 

— R.aIph[VII] .... 331 

— R.alph [VIII] . 538, S20, 821 

— Ralph [IX] 820 

— Sarah (Lakcman) ... 567 

— Sarah F. (Adams) [VIII] 538- 

539 



Wells, Sarah R 796 

— Sophia U. (Bicker) . . 755 

— Sylvester 331 

— Tliomas Ill 

— WillLam Jay [IX] . . 1000 

— William Mirza [VIII] 754-755 
Wendfll, Sarah .... 291 
Wentworih, Elizabeth 327, S45 

— Elizabeth Uopkins . . 935 

— J. . . . 189 n., 228, 327 n. 

— Ropes & Co 604 

WEssELnoEFT, William P. . 936 
West, .\nn (Holland) . . 5S4 

— Ann (Peirce) [VIII] 575, 576, 

584, S71 

— ClitTord Hardy [IX] 871-872 

— Ebcuezer 30 1 

— Edward [VII] . . 303-304 

— Edward Augustus [VIII] 5So, 

584 

— Edward Walter [IX] 215 u., 

218 n., 219 n., 354 n., 551 n., 
866 n., 871, 871 u., 872 n. 

— Elizabeth (Mackey) [VII] 303, 

507 

— Elizabeth Moseley . . SO 2 

— Esther Mackey [VIII] 507, 7S9, 

790, 791, 793, 791, 795 

— George .... 882, 1019 

— George Webb [X] . . 1019 

— Henry 74, 75 

— Joseph 584 

-Mary 221 

— Mary (Beckford) . . . 301 

— Mary E. (Webb) . . . 1019 

— Mehitable 120 

— N 119 

— Nathaniel 304 

— Rose L. (Saltonstall) [X] 1019 

— Samuel 74, 75 

— William 304 

West family 871 

Wesilare, Bessie E. (Middle- 
ton) [X] 1033 

— Charles [X] 1033 

— Covinsrton [TX] . . . 805 

— Edith M. (Hushes) [X] 1033 

— Elizabeth (Ilcrlinser) f X] 1033 

— Gardner Dabncy [X] . 1032 

— Hrpsibelh (Wiilard) . . S05 

— Josiah S05 

— Laura J. (Uabuey) [IX] 805, 

1032, 1033 



We-stlake, William Aaron 

[X] 1033 

Weston, Allyn [VIII] 526, 724 

— Amiic Sprague [IX] 520 526 n. 

— Bcujamiu 613 

— Elizabeth Churchill [VIH] 618 

— Gershom Bradford . . 526 

— Joanna (Wa.shbum) . . 618 

— Judith (Sprague) . . . 526 

— Mary 938 

— Mary P. (Paiuc) [VIII] 526 

— S. A., Mrs 220 

Wetuerell, Eliza R. (Ropes) 

[VIII] 670 

— Simon Bolivar [Vlll] . 670 
Wetiiokk, William . . . 203 
Weyman, Isabella Cowplaud 

[IX] 956 

— John 956 

Wdallet, Peter .... 5 

WuAitTON, Fanny (Pickman) 

[IX] 970 

— Nancy W. (Spring) . . 970 

— William Craig .... 970 

— William Fisher [IX] . . 970 
WiiEATLAXD, Alice E. (Pratt) 

[X] 1051 

— Ajm JI. (Pingrcc) [IX] . 842 

— Benjamin [VIII] 556-557, 

843 

— Bridget (Foxcroft) . . 340 

— Florence Dumaresq [X] . 1052 

— Florence S. (Dumaresq) 

[IX] 844 

— George [VIII] 557-558, S43, 

845 

— George [IX] 843, 1051, 1052 

— George [X] 1052 

— Hannah B. (Richardson) 

\y\ll] 550, 557, 558, 559 

— Henry [VIII] 49 u., 52 u., 75 u., 

91 n., 104 n., 125 n., 163 n., 
166, 176 n., 178 n., 193 n., 
207 n., 210, 211 u., 231 n., 
215 n , 246 n., 340 n., 518, 
518-519, 518 n., 556 n., 
577 n., 559, 572, 744 

— Martha [VIII] . 558, SU, S45 

— Martha (Goodhue) [VII] 339, 

555, 556, 557, 558, 559 

— Martha Goodhue [IX] . 843 

— JIary B. (Richardson) 

[Vlin. 556,557,558,559 



1174 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



WuKiTLAXD, Mary C 

(JLick) [VIIIj . 518, 559 

— Mary E. (Bciub) [Vlll] J5G, 

557, ::s 

— Marj K. (Robinson) [IX\, 996, 

1051 

— Peter .JiO 

— Philip Diiniarcsq[X] . 1051 

— Krl)ccca(i;ogors)[.\.] r, i',, 1052 

— Richard [VII] . . .339-340 

— Richard [VIII] ... 536 

— Richard [IX] ... 996 

— Richard [Xj .... 1051 

— Richard .j.jG 

— Richard Goodhue [VIII] 556, 

S12 

— Richard ITcnry [IX] 842-843 

— Sti^pheu [Vlli] . . 555-556 

— Stephen Goodhue[IX]842, iijil 
TVheatley, Jane [VIIIJ . 511 

— Mary 357 

Wheato.v, Augusta Edwards 

[X] 1054 

— Helen Fr.mccs [X] . . 1054 

— Joseph S47 

— Mary A. (Lyndon) . . S47 

— Sarah A. (Edwards) [IX] 847, 

1051, 1055 

— William Edward [IX] . 847 

— William Wilberlbree [X] 1055 
Wheei.er, Abhic Phippcii [IX ] 837 

— Anuic (Quartley) [IX] . 1004 

— Annie M. (Robinson) [IX] 1003 

— Candace [IX] . . 1003, lOSG 

— Caudace (Thurber) [VIII] 760, 

760, 1003, lOOi 

— Charles A 523 

— Dora [IX] 1003 

— Dunham [IX] . , . . 1004 

— Ellen M. (Weeks) , . 761 

— George 51 815 

— Ida Mariah [VIII] . . 764 

— Isabellc (IVadletou) [IX] 915 

— James Cooper [IX] . . 1003 

— John 700 

— Jonas 754 

— Mary 4S5 

— Mary E. (Douglas) . . 523 

— Michael S S37 

— Sarah C90 

— Susan ( ) .... S37 

— Thomas 19 

— Tlionias Mason [VIII] . 760 



WiiKK.Ltu, Zoc I!. (Gulton- 

berg) [IX] . . . . 1003 
WiiLKLOtK, Carrie [IX] . 971 

— l'''ij:»'' 'J71 

— Mildly Ann ..... 7Ss 

— Mary (Cuihurn) . . . 971 
WiiKLi.wuioiiT, AdcHuc . 70S 

— Su^alUKt C. (Miuns) . . 70S 

— Wiiham 70s 

— Audirsoii & Co. . . . 720 
WiiuiDi;x, Mary .... 371 
Wmi'PLK, Elizabeth (Smith) 005 

— Estlier 2b6 

— Jonatlian C37 

— Lucinda [VIII] . . . C37 

— ilary (Gloutman) . . . C37 

— Matthew G05 

— Sarah (Tucker) [VIIl] . 604 

— Solomon Smith [VIII] 604-605 

— & Lawrcuce .105 

WuiLiKtH, Clarenc- [X] . 1077 

— Mariiuma (Law) [X] . . 1077 
Whitcomb, Dolly .... ISl 
White, .... 12,801 

— Abigail Elizabeth ... 75 1 

— Auu (Eatou) .... 935 

— Benjaniiu .... 160, 1G3 

— Buriikim Smith . . . S12 

— Caroline M. (Jenkins) . 1021 
[ — Charles 10.% 

— Charles Austin .... 935 

— Charlotte Sophia ... 873 

— Cyria 1037 

— Eliza (Story) .... 424 

— Elizabeth .... 139, 160 

— Elizabeth (Miller) . 100, 103 

— Elizabeth Priscilla [X] . 1037 

— H. Aim (Tenney) . . . 1037 

— Helen J. (Buffum) [VIII] 764 

— Ileiiry Kirke [X] . 1023-1024 

— Isa.ac [VI] .... 1G3, 236 

— J. & S 3G9 

— James Cushing [IX] . 935, 935 

— James D 1037 

— John 236 

— John Eaton [IX] . . 935, 935 

— Joseph 421 

— Joseph William [VIII] . 764 

— Lora Melvina [IX] . . 812 

— Lucy (Nichols) [IX] 935 

— Lucy (Warren) . . . 7r,5 

— Mabel Wellington [X] . 1086 

— Maria Hcndley[VU] 411,111 u. 



WuiTK, Mary .... 160, 801 

— JIary (Henley) ... 236 

— Mary (Nichols) [IX] . 935 

— Mary (Sawy.r) . . S12 

— Mary A. (Rockwell) [X] 1023 

— JIary Barrow [VII] 424, lOS, 

751, S73 

— Mary Henley [VII] . 411, 079 

— Mary 'Wilder .... 703 

— Rebecca [V] 81, 137, 139, 151, 

15 1, 157, 15S, 150,160-163, 

236, 238, 211, 263, 265, 27o! 

271 

— Samuel Pomcroy . . . 1021 

— Sarah [VII] 132, 261-262, 410, 

499, 677, 678 

— Sarah 272 

— Sarah (Leavitt) [VI] 116, 236, 
236, 410, 411 

Thomas 9 

WiUiaiii 765 

WniTE family .... 261, 801 
WniTEriELD, George . 77, 79, 109 



WuiTtsinE, Martha Corbin 713 
Whitfield, Ann .... 800 

— Loui.sa B. (Clarke) [IX] 817 

— Sus.nnua (Brown) . . . SI7 

— Thomas [IX] .... 817 

— Thomas 817 

— Thomas & Co 817 

WniTi.\-f;, Anna Dwight . 997 

— Augustus [Till] . . . 538 

— Augustus 538 

— Charles A 1053 

— Charles Augustus [X] . 1053 

— Florence (Green) [VIII] 538 

— Helen L. (Procter) [X] . 1053 

— Mary L. (Giduey) . . 1053 
Sarah S. ( ) . . . 538 

Whiim.u\, Ellen (Batchelder) lOSO 

J lOSO 

Nellie Maria [X] . . . 1080 

Zachariah G. 215 n., 216 n., 

420 n., 674 n. 

WiiiTM.^Rsn, Joan . . . 1073 

Whitney, Alice Orne [VIII] 118, 

249, 426 

— Ann G. (Grecnougb) . 676 

— Anne tNourso) .... 1011 

— Auuie AVilliams [^lll] 707,983 

— Asa . .... 426 

— Benjamin 426 

— Benjamin Duick [Vll] . 426 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



1175 



Whitney, Curoliue Baker 

[VIII] 676 

— Eliza 303 

— £li/..ibetli [VUI] lis, 219, 120 

— Eliziibeth (Williams) 

[VII] . . . 426, 707, 709 

— Enuly[Vm] . US, 219, 126 

— George 676 

— Ilauauiah Sll 

— Hfiiry Slartyu [IX] . . 844 

— Martha P. [X] .... 1011 

— JIarj[VIII] . lis, 219, 120 

— Marj (Hamiuoud) . . 426 

— Mary W. (Bemis) [IX] . 844 

— Nancy Williams [VIII] . 707 

— Sarah (Ceaniau) ... 814 

— Sophia 742 

— Stephen W. & Co. . . 709 

— Stephen WUliams [VIII] 709 

— William M 1011 

WUITTAKER, . . 109, 170 

WniTTEiioKE, Cabot & Co. 676 
WuiTTlER, John Greeuleaf . 462 

— Joseph Hill S9i 

— Lois Putney [IX] . . . 894 

— Victoria (Elkins) ... S9i 
Whitwell, Bertha W. 

(Griggs) [IX] . . . 997 

— Frederick Augustus 

[VIII] 751 

— Frederick Silsbee [IX] . 997 

— Gertrude (Ho^vard) [IX] 997 

— Lucy 315 

— Mary C (Silsbee) [VIII] 156 u., 

751, 997 

— Samuel 751 

— Sophia (Story) . ... 751 

— &Bond 751 

WicKLU'FE, Robert C. . . 866 
WiDGEK, Jacob .... 850 

— Mary V. (Funday) . . 850 

— Sarah E. (Stone) [IX] . 850 

— Thomas Dunham [IX] . 850 
WiDCERT, Elizabeth . . . OSl 

WiECK, F 653 

WiGGix, .Ajnclla (Robinson) 

[VII] 447 

— Andrew [VI] . . . 132, 255 

— Andrew 255 

— Andrew Paine [Til] . 445, 149 

— Annie Eliza [VIII] 115 a., 416 n. 

— Caleb [VII] 255 n., 446, 417 

— Carohne [VII] .... 445 



WiGGix, Dorothy .... 447 

— Dorotiiy (Sweat) . . . 255 

— Eli7a[VII] .... 446, 730 

— Eliza (.Vd.-ims) [VII] . 446^47 

— Ehzabclh 449 

— Harriet [Vn] . . . 

— Mary 

— Mary (Wingatc) [VI] 132, 255. 

445,410, 417 

— 01ive(nusc)[VIl]445-446, 119 

— Sarah Burtlett [VU] 

— Thcodosia . . . 

— Thomas .... 
WiGGLEWORTn, Edward 

— Henrietta M. (Goddard) 

— Mary Goddard [VII] 41 



— S 

Wight, M. . . . 
WiGHiiiAN, George William 

— Harriet Chacc [LX] . 

— Lydia B. (Smith) . . 

WiLBEK, Asa R. . . . 

— Calista [IX] ... 

— Melissa (Cook) . . 

— Sanford S 

WlLBEKFORCE, Alice G 

(Chase) [X]. . . 
WiLBOCR, Deborah . . 

— Deborah (Wilbour) . 

— Grace F. (Ropes) [IX] 

— Isaac Champlin . . 

— Philip [LX] .... 
Wilcox, .... 

— Cornelia Stanley . . 
Joseph Henry [VIII] 

— OUve (Gaskill) [VI] 
Samuel Sibley . . . 

— Sarah E. (Deforest) . 

— Sarah L. (Gray) [VIII] 
Wilde, Mary G. (Goodale 

[VIII] .... 

— Richard Henry . . . 

— William Gumming [VIII] 
Wilder, Ann W. (Goodhue) 

[VII] 

— Burt G 

— Charles Lewis [VIII] 

— Charles Lewis . . . 

— George Washington . 

— Harriet E. (Harris) , 

— Henry [VII] . . 

— James Henry . . . 



456 

456 

455- 

456, 679 

170 



447 

324 



278 



522 
916 
916 
916 

1000 
1000 

1000 
484 

1055 

924 
924 
924 
924 
924 
278 
S37 
766 
S4 
766 
766 
765 

627 

627 
627 

348 

709 
532 
532 
1067 
532 
348 
794 



Wilder, Jonathan . . . 34S 

— Loring Leopold [X] . . 1067 

— Lydia E. ( ) . . . 10G7 

— Mary B. (Bosson) [X] . 1067 

— Mary E 763 

— Mary J. (French) [IX] 794-795 

— Ruth (Prescoll) ... 34S 

— Sur.ah E. (Green) [VIII] 532 

— & Tuttle 532 

Wildes, George D. . . . 876 

Wiley, Caleb 619 

— Eliza Jackson Child [VIII] 619 

— Elizabeth J. (Child) . . 619 
WiLEORD, Sarah E. . . . 1077 
Wilkes, Charles . . . 325, 453 
AViLKiE, .Vlice W. (Day) [X] 1045 

— Frederic Alleu [X] . . 1045 

— Helen £. V. (Allen) . . 1045 

— Mortimer 1045 

WiLKlxs, Ephraim [IX] . 998 

— Frances [VII] .... 377 

— Frances M 394 

— Harriet D. (Collins) [IX] 998 

— Mariauue 394 

— Polly (Gardner) ... 377 ' 

— Polly (Thatcher) ... 998 

— Silas 998 

— Reuben 377 

WiLLARD, .... 47 

— Abijah 210 

— Anna [VI] . . . .209-210 

— Anna (Prentice) ... 210 

— Hannah (Api.letou) 91, 92, 93 

— Hcpsibeth 805 

— Joseph ... 209 n., 210 n. 

— Josiah 92 

— Sidney 661 

— Simon 53 

Williams, Aaron Davis . . 916 

— Abraham 890 

— Alice 965 

— Alice (Ornc) fVI] 245, 425, 

555, 706 

— Anna [VI] .... 120, 247 

— Arvilla StaiJey [VII] . 484 

— Benjamin H 1061 

— Bertha Farnham [IX] 916 

— Charles [VI] . . . 120,249 

— Cornelia Caroline [IX] . 918 

— D.avid 913,918 

— Dollv (Whitcomb) . . 484 

— Elizabeth [VI] 120, 246, 246, 427 

— Elizabeth [VII] 426, 707, 709 



1176 



J2iDEX OF NAMES. 



Williams, EUcH [Villi . 710 

— raimio L. (IIara!> .n) [X] 1061 

— Frances E. (Siiiab)[ VI I] 426 

— I'rancis [AT] . 120, 246-247 

— Frctitrick Mitckil [X] . 1070 

— George [V] SI, llS, 118-121, 

123, 134, 165, 213 ii. 

— George 120, 121 

— George* Co 120 

— George Heurj [VII] US, 426. 

710 

— H 574 

— Haunah 120 

— Haimah P. (Bossoii) [IX] 509, 

890, 1070 

— Harry Milton [X] . . 1061 

— Heleu Augusta ... 93S 

— Henry [VI]. . 120,121,240 

— Henry 121 

— Hubbard 484 

— John [VI] . . 120, 121, 245 

— John ....... 40S 

— Lydia [VI] 120, 103, 240-241, 

241, 416, 415, 421, 423 

— Lydia (Pickering) [V] S4, S5, 

118,120,239, 210,241,243, 
243 n., 245, 216, 247, 249 

— Martha (Rcily) . . . 1061 

— Mary [VI] 120, 243-244, 244, 

423, 424 

— Mary [VII] . 425, 705, 706 

— Mary (Waters) ... 121 

— Mary Hathaway [VIII] 614, 614 

— Nancy [VID . . . 425-426 

— Orelie (Ch;Jifoux) [X] . 1070 

— Rebecca Ellcii [VIII] 614, 614 

— Robert ... 210 n., 243 u. 

— Samuel [VI] 120, 121, 239-240, 

249, 41S 

— Samuel ... . . 181 

— Sarah (Harriman) . . 913 

— Sarah Elizabeth ... 936 

— Sarah H. (Gile) . . . 918 

— Sophronia (Avery) . . 614 

— Stephen [VI] 245, 215, 425, 426 

— Stephen W. . 240 n., 243 u. 

— Susan ( ) .... 890 

— Susan Ann Buekminster 729 

— Susan B. (Eanih.am) . . 916 

— Susie Belle 913 

- — Thomas Brown . . . 614 

— Timothy [VIIJ 12i1. 121, 143, 

194, 243, 213 u. 



Williams, William [IX] . 


890 


Williams family . . . 


240 n. 


Williamso.n, Carrie (Austin] 




riX] . . . 5G6, 628, 919 


— Franklin Wallace [IX] . 


919 


-Lydia A. (Dowst) [VIII 


629, 




91'J 


— ThouKis Henry [VIII] . 


629 


Wilms, Charles .... 


sss 


— Cliarlutte Eaton [X] . . 


1065 


— Eliakim 


201 


— Eliza (Eaton) .... 


888 


— Elizabeth E. (Thomas) 




[X] 


1066 


— Lydia (Bossou) [IX] 888 


, 1065, 




1066 


— Nathaniel P. H. [TX] . 


888 


— Nathaniel P. H.[X] . . 


1066 


— Rosina B. (Archil)ald) [X] 


1066 


— Warwick Palfray [XJ . 


1066 


— William 


384 u. 


WiLLOUGUBY, Frances . . 


38 


— Francis 


38 


AViLLsos, Edmund Burke . 


89 n., 


528 n., 779 


— Jane 


1032 


— Martha A. (Buftrick) . 


779 


— Sopiiia EdgcU [IX] . . 


779 


WiLiioNTO.N', Charles . . . 


566 


— Mary [VIII] .... 


566 


— Sally (Morgan) . . . 


566 


Wilson, Abigail .... 


204 


— Ann 


803 


— Charles Frederick [VII] 


335 


— Elizabeth (Little) . . . 


506 


— Ella [X] 


1030 


— George Washington . . 


819 


— James [IX] 


903 


— James 


506 


— Ijawrence 


903 


— Mary (Braselanc) . . . 


903 


— Mary (Lynch) .... 


819 


— Mary (Millet) [VII] . . 


335 


— Mary E. (Sheafe) [IX] . 


819 


— Marv E. (Stewart) . . . 


1030 


- Sarah C 


910 


— S.arah E. (Downing) [IX] 


903 


— Sarah M. A. [VIII] . . 


506 


— Stanislaus Ignatius [IX] 


819 


— William 


1030 


WiMBisn, Charlotte Ann . 


867 


WiscnKSTER, Betsey . . 


828 


WiSDKR, Alicia (Lloyd) 


995 



WisnKR, Charles Sydney 995 

— Edward Lloyd [i.X] . . 995 

— Mary D. (Parke.) [IX] . 995 
Wi.NGATE, Anna Homer [VII] 126, 

449, 733 

— Caroline Wiggin[VII] 450, 733 

— Clmrlcs E. L. [VIII] 86 n., 

126 n., 128 n., 130 n., 131 n., 

255 n , 256 n., 422 n,, 445 n., 

446 n., 419 n., 451 n., 734- 

735 

— Clarinda (Frost) [VII] . 450 

— Elizabeth [VI] 132, 257-258 

— Elizabeth [VII] 448, 732, 733 

— Eunice (Pickcrin?) [V] 81, 85, 

86, 125, 126-128, 128, 132, 
255, 256, 257, 449 

— George [VI] 132, 256-257 

— George [VII] . . .450,733 

— George Frederick [VII I] 733- 

734 

— Helen W, (Locke) [VIII] 734 

— Henry Pickering [VII] . 451 

— Isabel C. [VIII] . . .256 n. 

— James D. P. [VIII] . . 734 

— John [VI] 132, 257, 417, 448, 

419, 450, 451, 452 

— John Paine [VII] . . . 449 

— Joseph C. A. [VII] 86, 113 n., 
128 n., 129, 257, 257 n., 258, 

451 n., 452, 452 

— Joshua 85, 86 

— Mabel (Nickcrson' [VITI] 735 
Mary [IV] 84, 85-86, 125, 752 
Mai-y [VI] 132, 255, 415, 446, 

447 
Mary [VII] .... 447 

— Mary 112, 752 

— Mary (Baleh) . . 85, 132, 133 

— Mary (Green) [VII] . . 452 
Mary (Lunt) .... 86 

— Marv Olivia (Folsom) 

[VII]'. ..... 449 

Oriana (Mitchell) [VII] 451 
Paine [V] 8 1, 85, S6, 115, 127, 

128, 128-133, 131 n., 162, 
452 

— Paine 133 

Sallv (Piper) [VI] . . 257 
Saniucl Dana [VII] 451, 451, 

734 
Sarah [VI] 256 

— Sarah [VII] ... 447, 731 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



1177 



WlsGATE, Sarali A. (Pear- 
son) [VII] .... 451 

AViNGATt family . . . . 84,735 
WiSGET, sre Wiugate. 

Winn, Maria H 911 

WixsLow, Edward ... 92 

— Elizabeth (Clartt) 91, 92, 93, 91 

— Isaac 92 

— Nancy 600 

— Samuel 92 

— William 92 

— Adams & Co 523 

WiNSOR, Anne Bent (Ware) 1000 

— Frederick [X] .... 1009 

— Frederick 1009 

— Justin 212 n. 

— Mary A. L. (Paine) [X] 1009 
WisTHROP, Charles Archi- 
bald [IX] . . . . 675. 864 

— Eliza C. (Bianchard) 

[Vni] 112, 122, 672, 953, 
956 

— Elizabeth (Mason) [IX] 715, 

955-956, 967 

— Elizabeth B. (Temple) . 675 

— Frances P. (Adams) [IX] 955 

— Francis Bavard . • . S64 

— Isabella C. (Weyman) 

[IX] 956 

— John [IX] 956 

— John 255, 67i 

— Julia A. (Rogers) . . 86i 

— Mary C. (Gr^y) [IX] . 863 

— Robert Charles [VIII] 127, 672- 

675, 864 

— Robert Charles [IX] 157, 250, 

674 n., 955 

— Thomas Lindall . . . 675 
WiNTHROP family .... 674 
AVisE, George Warren [IX] 910 

— John 75, 76 

— Julia (Hood) .... 910 

— Lucy L. (Low) [IX] . 910 

— Lydia 4SS 

— William Mason . . . 910 
WissER, Sarah .... S21 
WiTHiNGTOX, Lucy Elizabeth S22 
WiTUUOw, Elizabeth (Ar- 

buckle) 1028 

— Joseph 102S 

— Xancy Ella [X] . . . 1028 
WoLcoTT, Cornelia (Froth- 

ingham) 990 



WoLcoTT, Edith (Prescott) 

[IX] 989 

— Huntington 9'JO 

— J. Huntington .... 990 

— Oliver 990 

— Roger [IX] 721 n., 989-990 
WoLPCALE, Ehzabeth . . SOG 
Wo.s'SO', .'Vddison I'lummcr 733 

— Anna 0. (Gilbert) [VIII] 733 

— Clarence Augustus [VIII] 733 

— Judith A. (Moore) . . 733 
Wood, . . . 156, 270, 581 

— Aaron Walter .... 805 

— Albert [X] 1034 

— Amasa 621 

— Betsey 638 

— Catharine E. (Miller) [IX] 804 

— Clara (TA'ade) fX] . . 1033 

— E. F. & Co 621 

— Ezra Forristall [VIII] . 621 

— Frank Benjamin [IX] 804-805 

— John M SOS 

— Lucy J. (Towne) [VIII] 621 

— Lysander 1034 

— Mary (Ramsdell) ... 805 

— ilary E 861 

— Rhoda ( ) .... 1034 

— S. A. & Co 621 

— Sarah (Forristall) ... 621 

— Sarah A 820 

— Sarah C. E. [VIH] . . 581 
WooDBRLDGE, Hannah . . 756 

— Mary 183 

WOODBUEY, .... 1049 

— Andrew 570 

— Ella Frances [X] . . . 1059 

— Evaline (Cressy) [X] . 1049 

— Hannah (Phippeu) [VIII] 569, 

860 

— Hannah Phippen [IX] . 860 

— Jane 1001 

— Joshua Phippen [IX] . 860 

— Lydia (Brown) . . . 570 

— Pauline A. (ilasury) [IX] 860 

— Sarah Louise [X] . . . 1059 

— Sarah W. (W.allis) [IX] . 860 

— Tristram [VIII] . . 569-570 

— Tristram [IX] . . 860,1039 
Woodford, Sarah . . . 407 
WooniN, Hannah .... 487 
Woods, Eli/.a 373 

— Helen L. ...... 007 

Woodward, Eunice . . . 412 



Woodward, Frederick Re- 

boyer 632 

— Hiddah P. (Crosbv) . . 632 

— Mary [VIII] .... 632 

-S. B 522 

WooDWELL, Elizabeth . . 351 

— John 45 

WooLcoTT, Augusta [VIII] 755 

— Solomon 755 

WooLDRiDCE, Catherine (Cal- 

ahan) 772 

— Morton 772 

— Nettie E. (Battles^ [VIII] 772 

— WiUiam Morton [VIII] . 772 
W001..SEY, Eliza .... 909 
WoRctsTER, Mary . . . 886 

— William, Eari of ... 5, 12 
WoRiiLT, Mary .... 1032 
WoRTMAy, Louisa S. . . 1033 

Wren, .... 338, 555 

Wrigut, Athalinda . . . 913 

— Duriuda 1070 

— Ebenezer Kellogg [X] . 1025 

— Ebenezer William . . . 1025 

— Esther Jennie [VIII] . 764 

— Hannah (Honeycomb) . 82S 

— Hattie Eliza [VII] . 484-485 

— Joseph 209 

— Josephine L. (Hamilton) 

[X] 1025 

— Mary Ann 1072 

— Peter E 828 

— Sophia (Denio) . . . 1025 

— Sylvia E [IX] .... 828 
WvETii, Nancy .... 843 
Wylie, Alexander Pearson . 820 

— Frances H. (Damon) [IX] 820 

— Juliet A. (Gill) .... 820 
-Walker Gill [IX] ... 820 
Wtha.v, Anne (Morrill) . 709 

— Annie G. (Gooch) [IX] . 918 

— Annie W. (Whitney) 

[VIII] .... 707, 983 

— Helen (Mackay) [IX] . 983 

— Jeffries [VIII] 707-709, 814, 

943 

— Jeffries [IX] . . 245,983 

— John Palmer . . . 917,918 
Margaret (Richardson) 917, 918 
5Iary Morrill .... 70S 

— Rufus 709 

Samuel Edwin [IX] 917,918 

-Sarah Elizabeth [IX] 917,918 



1178 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



Wymas, Susan .... 70S 

— Thomas B. 107 n., 219 n., 3 U n , 

357 n., 391 n. 



Yaxe, Luct Tracy 
Yt.iTON, Abigail . 
Ye-Mans, Mary Aiiii 
YoKK, Deau of . . 
— Mary Jaue . . 
YoUMA^s, Eleanor 



981 

81S 
SSi 
2 
532 
909 



Young, 309 

— Adeliza 1013 

— EJvvar.i [IX] .... 952 

— Edward & Snti . . . . 052 

— Edw.ird rill.v [X] . . 1033 

— Elizabclli (I'utUi) . . 'j:,i 

— Emma A. (Uoins) [IX] 952, 

1083 

— Fred Rnprs [X] . . . 1083 

— Hcleu[VlllJ .... 754 

— Horace 75-i 



YoDNG, Jane Ann .... 880 

— Jolin Dexter .... 953 

— Mabel G. (Edgceonibc) 

[X] 1083 

— Martlia 536, 599 

— Mary E. [IX] .... 915 

— Mary J. (Uidiruds) [X] 1083 

— Sarah Sinclair .... 1079 



Zergason, Joseph S. 



473 



INDEX OF FAMILIES. 



INDEX OF FAMILIES.' 



Anr.OT, Julia W. Abbot (3) 942 


Adams, Jane Adams . 


. 612 


— Lucy A. Abbot (3) 1U37, 1038 


— Miranda J. Adams . 


. 802 


— Francos I'. Adams . 


955 


— Nathaniel Adams 


. 412 


— Elfiinor Brooks . 


. 1019 


— Peter V. Adams 


1048 


— Sarah G. Coolidge . 


C25 


— Sarah F. Adams . 


539 


— Kllen C. Dana (2) . 


62G 


— James A. Appleton . 


691 


— Laiirinda Ilolbrook . 


688 


— Luke Baldwin . . 


517 


— Betsey B. Holman . 


571 


— Mary A. S. M. Baldwin 


808 


— James It. Jewett . 


846 


— S. Parkman Blake . 


783 


— Gertrude Lawrence . 


. 1010 


— Eleanor Brooks (2) . 


1019 


— John Lawrence . . 


1013 


— Matilda Brooks . . 


800 


— Katharine B. Lawrence 


724 


— Hannah A. Chandler 


. 400 


— Kosamond Lawrence 


1012 


— Thomas J. Coolidge 


988 


— Su?an M. Lawrence 


989 


— Elizabeth C. Crownin 




— Kilcn D. Peab-^dy (3) 


701 


shield .... 


1014 


— John Kobinson . . 


466 


— James A. Cunningham 


858 


— Abigail Koiiudy . . 


370 


— Charles H. Dorr . . 


841 


— Klizabeth Koundy . 


597 


— John W. Elliot . . 


788 


AnpOTT, Albert Abbott (2 


790 


— Florence Emerson . 


630 


— Amos Abbott . . . 


508 


— Louisa K. Farley 


923 


— Benjamin F. Abbott 


487 


— Benjamin F. Field . 


621 


— Daniel Abbott (3) . 


416 


— Betsey Hale . . . 


475 


— Lydia Ann Abbott . 


495 


— Elisabeth A. Hooper 


1063 


— Sarah L. Abbott . . 


968 


— Susan M. Lawrence (2) 


989 


Abkei., Augusta McE 




— Sarah A. Pearson 


451 


Jlorris .... 


847 


— Seth Richards 


510 


Abkl, Joel E. Rockwell 


797 


— John Robinson . . 


460 


Abell, Cornelia Rockwell 


945 


— Cornelia Rockwell . 


945 


Abou.v, John Dowst 


224 


— Elizabeth I'.iish-U . 


698 


AliAMS, Benjamin Adams 


200 


— George A. Sargent . 


1039 


— Charles R. Adams . 


911 


— Gardiner IL Shaw . 


696 


— Charlotte Adams 


521 


— Louis A. Sliaw 


1020 


— Eliza Adams . . . 


447 


— Henry P. Sturgis 


525 


— Elizabeth J. Adams 


1056 


— Susan F. Treadwell . 


047 


— Klizabeth P. Adams 


374 


— Caroline M. Tucker . 


651 


— Frances P. Adams . 


955 


— Harriet Ujiliam . . 


445 


— George D. Adams . 


996 


— George C. 'Waldo 


1027 



Addington, Gertrude Law- 
rence 1011 

— AVilliam G. Pre*cott . 721 
Adgatk, Pioger AVolcott . 990 
Adriaxce, Masgie Markes 756 
Agassiz, Ida O. F. Agassiz 782 

— Louis A. Shaw . . . 1020 
Agon, Jeffries Wyman . 709 
AiKKX, John Lawrence . 1013 

— Rosamond Lawrence . 1012 
Ai.vswoRTH, Amelia A. 

Ainsworth .... 649 

— Calvin C. Ainsworth . 648 

— Catherine C. -Vinsworth 382 

— Sarah J. Ewing . . . 642 
Alcock, Cornelia P. Baylies 984 
Alden, Lydia L. Bisbee . 407 

— Andrew S. Cluireh . . 817 

— James A. Cunningham . 858 

— Hall Curtis .... 744 

— Helen W. Oilman . . 939 

— Matthew Hale (2) . 786, 787 

— Cornelia Henshaw . . 534 

— Elisabeth A. Hooper . 1063 

— Bailey Loring . . . 520 

— Mary E. I'arker . . . 710 

— Sarah C. Parker ... 563 

— Albert H. Smith . . . 1044 

— Francis P. Sprague . . 724 

— Rebecca A. Thayer . . 388 

— AUyn Weston (4) . . 526 
ALURicir, Joseph R. Bu£fum 484 

— Frances S. Hopkinson . 982 

— Grace M. Hopkinson . 702 
Alewi.ns, Harriet M. Fay 930 
Alk.xaxdk.r, .\liee Alexander 802 

— John W. Elliot ... 789 

' This Index shows the fimilics from which the consorts of the Pickering name trace their descent. The 
names in cipitals give the families from which tlie individu.ils arc dcsccndc<l. A number in parenthesis indicates 
the number of ways liy wliioh the iudividual traces liis descent from the family. A query in parenthesis — 
thus (?) — denotes that the descent from the family is not proved. 



11821 



INDEX OF FAMILIES. 



Ai-EXANDKi:, RoUrt 


Liv- 


Al.l-EN, Anne F. Orne (2) 706 


ingston . . . 


. . 5C1 


— Edward Orno . . 


425 


At.Foun, Conn IL-i Hock 


well 910 


— Elizabeth I'. Orno (2) 


706 


Allk.v, Julia W. Abbo 


t . 942 


— John W. Os'.'ood 


543 


— Charles H. Alkn 


. 911 


— :Mary E. Osgood . . 


1046 


— ElizaU th K. Allen 


. 852 


— Ellen D. Pcabody . 


701 


— John Fiske Allen 


. 4G1 


— Xancy Pearce . . 


856 


— Kali>h W. Allen . 


. 10o5 


— Harriet L. Peirson . 


662 


— Sarah J. Alkri (2) 


563, 5C4 


— Sarah Pierce . . . 


340 


— William II. Archer 


. 855 


— Abby Robinson . 


355 


— Anna II. I'iirkor . 


. 840 


— Illizabeth M. Sanborn (2 


) 862 


— Elizabeth 11. barker 


TSl 


— Xathaniel Silsbee 


470 


— Maria C. T-iceJ . 


887 


— Elizabeth W. Sparks 


737 


— Charles \\. V.rodka 


903 


— Priscilla L. Upton . 


824 


— MatilJ.i Brook' 


bOO 


— George C. Waldo . 


1027 


— Anne A. Butts . 


. 738 


— Jl.ary E. Ward . . 


898 


— Alice G. Chase . 


. 1055 


— John C Warren . . 


978 


— M^ry M. Clark . 


. 669 


— Isaac White . . . 


236 


— Beth'ia F. Crafts . 


564 


— Rebecca White . . 


163 


— Francis T. Crocker 


. 524 


— Frederic A. Wilkie . 


1045 


— Elizabeth C. Crow 


nin- 


Alley, Edyth G. Gris 




shield . . . 


. 1014 


wold 


1021 


— Francis B. Crownins 


bield 444 


— John S. Ives . . . 


1081 


— Samuel EJwarJs 


. 350 


— Eliza K. Southwick . 


834 


— Hubbard Emerson 


332 


— Mary A. Southwick . 


842 


— James F. Enisrson 


. 540 


Allixg, Helen Beeckman 


975 


— Harriet M. Fay . 


. 929 


Allis, Abbie :M. AUis . 


853 


— Rii.'hard .■^. Fay . 


685 


Allyn, Marcia E. Sewall 


402 


— Benjamin F. Field 


. 621 


Allyne, Elizabeth G. Oti 


418 


— Dorothea F. Oilman 


. 3 85 


— Sally Otis .... 


692 


— Helen W. Oilman 


. O.'iS 


Almy, Louisa C. Amold(2 


974 


— John Girdler . 


. 5G5 


— FranUin G. B.ilch . 


1082 


— Catherine Gray . 


. 1084 


— Caroline S. Channlng 


676 


— Ch.arle? E. Guild 


. 699 


— Louisa Hig^inson 


676 


— Emma R. Guild . 


. lO.^a 


— Samuel T. Morse 


507 


— Charles il. Ilammon 


d . 1017 


Alvarez, Frances P 




— Herbert J. Ilarwood 


. 533 


Adams .... 


955 


— Samuel J. ILi^tings 


C20 


.\mbrose, Frederick C 




— William 11. Hills ^ 


. 5C4 


Shattuck . . . 


785 


— Frances ?. Ilopkinso 


n . 9S2 


Amee, Josiah L. C. Araee 


577 


— Grace M. H'^pkinson 


702 


Ames, Albert Abbott . 


790 


— Elisabeth .\. Hooper 


(2) 10C2 


— Ella F. Ames . . . 


994 


— Elias W. Kettell . 


. 310 


— John Robinson 


466 


— Elbridge {;. KimbaU 


. 826 


Ammirox, Elizabeth Rus 




— Annie .M. La Id . 


. 949 


sell 


698 


— Mary Ladd . . 


. 392 


Amory, Charles W. Amorj 


717 


— Samuel Leach 


. 1054 


— Harriet S. Amory . 


712 


— Samuel A. Lord (2) 


. 854 


— Mary Ann Codman . 


391 


— Caleb W. Lorinj 


721 


— Gertrude Lawrenc c . 


1011 


— Charles G. Lorin'^ 


. 439 


— John A Lowell . . 


442 


— Abbot A. Low 


. 1051 


— William G. I're-^cott 


722 


— Henry C. Low 


. 1054 


— George .A. S.arjent . 


1039 


— Annie Merrill 


. 706 


Amos, Isabella S. Amos 


1024 



Anderson, Mary F. Daw 




ber 


1045 


— Ed-.vard F. Hall (?) . 


585 


— William Paine (?) . 


192 


— Xe:d Rantoul . . . 


1020 


— William P. Symonda 


378 


AxDiiEW, Margaret Barton 


573 


— P.enjaniin F. Browne 


594 


— Ernest F. FenoUosa . 


1042 


— Caroline W. King (2) 


811 


— Ellen M. King (2) . 


810 


— Sarah P. King (2) . 


811 


— Laura D. Page (2) . 


874 


— Rebecca Page (2) . . 


367 


— Caroline Perkins 


822 


— Hannah Perkins . 


378 


— Ann M. Pingree . . 


842 


— John Robinson (2) . 


466 


— John II. Silsbee . . 


463 


AXDUEWS, Benjamin F 




Abbott .... 


487 


— Ralph W. Allen . . 


1055 


— Esther A. Andrews . 


758 


— Oilman A. .Andrews 


1048 


— James Andrews . . 


850 


— Mar)' A. Andrews . 


591 


— Richard F. Andrews 


1064 


— Sally M. Andrews . 


565 


— Cornelia A. Babcock 


925 


— Emma L. Baker . . 


956 


— Franklin G. Balch . 


1082 


— Josiah Bradli'C 


727 


— Katharine M. Bradlee 


727 


— George Chandler . . 


523 


— Samuel Church . . 6 


06, 638 


— Ephraim Felt . . . 


549 


— Sarah E. Felt . . 


827 


— Lncy M. Howard 


775 


— Sarah E. Larrabee . 


855 


— Gertrude Lawrence . 


1011 


— John Lawrence . 


1013 


— Katharine B. Lawrence 


724 


— Rosamond Lawrence 


1012 


— Pauline A. Masury . 


860 


— Mary Y. Pitkin . . 


981 


— Elmina M. Riehardson 


325 


— William W. Thomas 


681 


— AUyn Weston . . 


526 


— Mary G. Wiggles 




worth (2) . . . 


456 


— Anna Willard . . 


210 


Angell, Louisa C. Ar 




nold (4) . . . . 


974 



IXDEX OF FAMILIES. 



1183 



A.vr.iF.R, Jobn Fiskc Allen 


461 


_ Klizabcth F. Bowditch 


907 


_ Matilda Brooks . . 


799 


Cathorine K. Clarkson 


.S46 


_ Ellen C. Dana . . 


626 


— Mary S. Hodges . . 


751 


— Mary Lowell . . . 


436 


— lUbecca \\. Lowell . 


252 


— Klizabcth Mason . . 


956 


— Anne F. Orne 


706 


_ Charles IL Orne . . 


428 


_ Klizabcth P. Orne . 


706 


-- Mary T. Pickman . 


810 


— Frederic W. Putnam (2 


) 817 


— William L. Putnam . 


993 


— Grace L. Rathbonc . 


979 


— Hannah F. Sawyer . 


292 


— Harriet Uphain . . 


445 


— Mary G. AVijrgIe?worth 


456 


— Sophia E. Willson . 


779 


An'nable, Amy p. Lothrof 


985 


— William S. PL Lothrop 


994 


Ansell, Kimball C. Hunt 




ington .... 


893 


— Amy P. Lothrop . . 


985 


— ^yilliam S. H. Lothrop 


994 


A^-Tnow, Charles An 




thony .... 


1032 


— Frankl'in G. Balch (2) 


1082 


Antk.am, Caroline S. Chan 




ning 


676 


— Louisa nig':;inson 


676 


Aplingtox, Henry Apling 




ton 


1002 


Apixetox, James A. Ap- 




pleton .... 


691 


— Eleanor Brooks . . 


1019 


— Stephen IL Bullard . 


700 


— Elizabeth P. Cabot . 


604 


— Marianne Cabot . . 


409 


— Richard C. Cabot . 


976 


— Thomas J. Coolidge . 


988 


— Elizabeth C. Crownin 




shield (2) . . . 


1014 


— William R. Ellis . . 


931 


— RoWrt Emery . . 


307 


— Henry W. Foote . . 


704 


— Charles M. Hammond 


1017 


— Louisa HiL'ginson 


6 75 


— Susan M. Lawrence . 


980 


^ Francis C. Lowell . 


431 


-ElishaM.ick . . . 


316 


— Andrew Nichols . . 


895 



Arpi.KTfiN. Jonathan Payson 2:i7 

— Jeremi.ih Perkins . . 551 

— Frederic W. Putnam . 817 

— Martha Reed .... 391 

— Rebecca Rogers . . . 1052 

— Richard S. Rogers . . 686 

— Elizabeth Russell . . 698 

— Leveret t Saltonstall . . 778 

— AVilliam G. Saltonst.all . 781 

— Gardiner H. Shaw . . 696 

— Louis A. Shaw . . . 1020 

— Eliza K. Southwick . . 834 

— Jlary A. Soiithwick . . 842 

— Lucinda Whipple (2) . 637 

— Elizabeth P. White (2) 1037 

— James C. White . . . 935 

— John E. White ... 935 

— Frederick A. Whitwell 751 
Aptiiop.p. Algernon Coo 

lidge 710 

— J. Randolph Coolldge . 714 

— Thomas J. Coolidge . 988 
Arbuckle, Xancy E. 

Withrow . . . . 1028 

Archer, Benjamin Adams 200 

— Frances P. Adams . . 955 

— Mary Archer . . . • 598 

— Sarah Archer .... 546 

— WiUL-im H. Archer . . 855 

— Thomas Barnard . . 183 

— Charles W. Brooks . . 903 

— Deborah Cabot . . . 179 

— Caroline S. Channing (2) 676, 

677 

— Joseph P. Cloutman . 882 

— William R. Cloutman . 882 

— William A. Frye ... 855 

— Deborah Higginson . . 179 

— George Higginson (2) . 502 

— Louisa HiggLnson (4) . 675, 

676 

— Jfartha S. Higginson (3) 386 

— Mary S. Hodires . . . 751 

— Francis R. Jewett . . 915 

— Francis T. Kimball . . 913 

— Caroline R. Little . . 683 

— Constance Lodge . . 986 

— John A. Lowell . . . 442 

— Charles H. Orne . . . 428 

— Frederick W. Putnam . 817 

— Elizabeth Pynchon . . 18S 

— John Robin-on . . . 466 

— Marcia E. Sewall . . 402 



Archer, Mary E. Ward (2) 

— Joseph H. Wellman . 

— Frederick A. Whitwell 
AKCuiDALt), Rosina Pi. 

Archibald . . . 
.Vr.PRN, Frances Morris 
Aumitace, William J. Ar- 

milage 
AnMSTuoNo, Thomas 

Xeedham . . 
Arnold, Charles S. Arnold 

— George Arnold . . 

— Louisa C. Arnold (2) 

— John Ballou (2) . . 

— Phianda "SI. ISiiUou . 

— George V>. Blake (2) 

— Eunice Cook (2) . 

— William R. Ellis . . 

— C(mstance Lodge 

— Sarah H. Mills^ . . 

— Wilson Pellett . . 

— Edward S. Rand 

— John Richardson 

— Louise P. Richardson 
Arringtox, James Arring- 

ton 

Arwix, Samuel Dinsmoor 
AsiiBV, Samuel Church 606 

— Lucy M. Howard 
Asnronn, William H 

Meader . . 
Asih.ey, Richard C. Cabot 
.A.31IT0X, Dorothy Ashton 

— William Ashton . 
Aslet, Isaac Osgood . 
AsLETT, James Bridges 

— Samuel Johnson . . 
AspixwALL, Helen Beeck- 

man .... 
Athertox, Sarah Ather- 
ton 

— Cornelia P. Baylies . 

— Helen Beeckman 

— S. Park man Blake . 

— Henry F. Bonil . . 

— Mary M. Clark (2) . 

— Elmina ^L Richardson 

— Mary B. Slocum . 

— George H. Stone . . 

— Caroline M. Tucker . 

— Elizabeth J. C. AViley 
Atkins. Richard C. Cabot 



898, 
899 

1036 
751 

1066 

842 



211 
692 
910 
974 
280 
483 
725 
476 
931 
986 
645 
766 
879 
957 
958 

615 

C91 
63S 
775 

875 
976 
207 
343 
317 
186 
467 



650 
984 
975 
783 
540 
669 
325 
936 
625 
651 
619 
976 



1184 



INDEX OF FAMILIES. 



Atkins, Samuel A. Kliot 


423 


A VERY, Rebecca E. Williams 614 


— Charles K. GuUd . 


C99 


Ayeu, Julia W. Abbot 


942 


— Emma R. (luild . . 


10S5 


— Sarah Archer . . 


546 


— RicharJ Stone . . 


916 


— Katharine M. Bradlee 


727 


— Roger Wolcott . . 


990 


— James Bridges . . 


186 


Atkinson-, Kleanor Brooks 


1018 


— Dorothea F. Gilman 


385 


— Shophinl ISrooks 


718 


— Helen W. Gilman (2) 


938, 


— Sarah A. Derby . . 


607 




939 


— Ilonry S. Everett 


9S8 


— Herbert J. Harwood 


533 


— Caroline R. Little (2) 


6S3 


— Samuel Johnson . . 


467 


— Elizabotli S. Pearson . 


663 


— Elbridge G. Kimball 


8 20 


— Frances M. Pearson 


663 


— Thomas Lamson (?) 


367 


Attekbli'.y, Lewis A 




— Isaac Osgood . . . 


317 


Stimson .... 


1003 


— John W. Osgood . . 


543 


Attwili., P.otsey F. Attwil 


609 


— Martha C. Very . . 


835 


— John D. Attwili . . 


600 


— George W. AVest 


1019 


— Mary Attwili . . . 


610 


— Elizabeth P. Wliite . 


1037 


— Georgiana Burrill 


1050 


Ayers, Marj- E. Osgood 


1046 


At WATER, Charles W 




Ayres, Sophia R. Howard 1050 


Amory (2) . . . 


717 






— Harriet S. Amory (2) 


712 






— Elizabeth C. Crownin 




B.\BBE, Josiah L. C. Ame« 


577 


8hieM(2) . . . 


1014 


Babbidge, Benjamin Bab- 


— Annie JL Grant (2) . 


699 


bidge . . . . 


351 


— John Ilaskins . . . 


863 


— Mary E. Osgood . . 


1046 


— Mary P. Sears (2) . 9 


78, 979 


— Mary E, Ward . . 


898 


— John C. Warren (2) 


978 


Babcock, Cornelia A. Bab 




— Susan r. AVarren (2) 


421 


cock 


925 


Atwood, Samuel P. At 




— Anne A. Butts . . 


738 


wood 


795 


— George Higginson . 


502 


— Anne A. Rutts . . 


738 


— Frances Morris . . 


842 


— Horace J. Haydcn . 


729 


Babsox, George Baker 


619 


— Winslow L. Montgomery 


997 


— Oliver G. Lane . . 


568 


— James C. White . . 


935 


— Jonathan Millet . . 


204 


— John E. ■\\liite . . 


D35 


Bachelder, Thomas P 




Austin, Mary A. Andrews 


591 


Kettell .... 


357 


— Carrie Austin . . . 


919 


Bachilek, S. Parkmar 




— Richard Austin . . 


293 


Blake .... 


783 


— Helen N. Jose . . 


931 


— Ann Dawes . . . 


217 


— Thomas P. Kettell . 


357 


— Charles J. Prescott . 


671 


— George A. Sargent . 


1039 


— Mary B. Slocum . . 


936 


— Hiram A. Tuttle . . 


897 


Backus. Matilda Brooks 


800 


— Roger Wolcoft . . 


990 


— Julia E. Lincoln . . 


532 


Avery, Luke Baldwin . 


517 


Bacox, Benjamin Bacon 


167 


— Mary A. S. M. Bald 




— Francis E. Bacon 


728 


win (3) . . . . 


808 


— Anna H. Barker . . 


840 


— Mary Lowell . . . 


430 


— Elizabeth H. Barker 


781 


— Rebecca R. Lowell . 


252 


— Caroline S. Channing 


677 


— William 1,. Putnam . 


993 


— William F. Colt . . 


982 


— Harriet I'pbam . . 


445 


— John Endicott . . 


311 


— John C. Warren . 


978 


— Arthur G. Field . 


1028 


— Susan P. Warren 


421 


— Helen N. Jose . . 


931 


— Mary H. Williams . 


614 


— Caroline W. King . 


811 



Bacos, Ellen M. King 

— Sarah P. King 

— Annie AL Ladd . 

— Mary Ladd . . 

— Sally Otis . . . 

— EHzabeth G. Otis 

— Eliza E. Pcabody 

— Fanny Peabody . 

— Jacob C. R. Peabody 

— S. Endicott Pcabody 

— Isaac Peirce . . . 

— Samuel Putnam . 

— Abby Robinson . 

— Joseph W. Rose . . 

— Mary P. Sears . . 

— Anne C. Sturgis . . 

— Henry P. Sturgis 

— Susan R. Thompson 

— Jeffries Wyman . . 
Badger, Elizabeth Fair- 
field 

— Emily Grush . . . 

— Martha Grush . . 
Baikie, Mary Lowell . 

— William L. Putnam . 
Bailey, Albert Abbott 

— Carolyne E. Bailey . 

— Charles H. Bailey 

— Sarah S. Bailey . . 

— Franklin G. Balch . 

— EllaBentley . . . 

— Luella E. Elliott . . 

— Edith M. Hughes . 

— Julia E. Lincoln . . 

— Caroline R. Little (2) 

— Bailey Loring 

— Seth Richards 

— Nathaniel P. H. Willis 
Bains, Charles E. B. Reed 
Baitwell, Shepherd 

Brooks 

Baker, James A. Appleton 

— Emma L. Baker . 

— George Baker 

— Hannah P. Baker 

— Mary C. Baker . 

— Samuel Baker 

— S. Parkman Blake (2) 

— Eleanor Brooks . 

— Stephen H. Bullard 

— Hannah A. Chandler 

— Alfred B. Collins 

— Thomas J. Coolidge 



INDEX OF FAMILIES. 



1185 



IlAKEIt, Eliz;ibctli C. Crown- 


Baldwin, William Baldwin 175 


insbicld (2) 


. 1014 


— William Baldwin 


612 


— Francis I?. Crownins 


liield 4M 


— Elias Cornelius . . . 


86:i 


— Frcilcrick Frvc . 


SOiJ 


— Gertrude Lawrence . 


1011 


_ John C. Fuller . 


. 927 


— John Lawrence . . 


1013 


_ Elizabeth R. Glover 


. 630 


— Katharine B. Lawrence 


724 


— Frances D. Godilard 


. 679 


— Rosamond Lawrence 


1012 


— Mary E. Goodliuo . 


. 827 


— Annie Merrill (2) . . 


706 


— Catherine Gray 


. 1084 


— Elise Milligan 


720 


— Charles M. Hammon 


J . 1017 


— Harriet Upham . . 


445 


— Jennie IIooJ (-') . . 


. 891 


— Joseph n. Wellman . 


103n 


— Charles Jackson . 


. 298 


Balkocr, Mary Lowell 


436 


— Jlary Jaikson 


. 302 


— William L. Putnam . 


993 


— Elizalieih C. Jackson 


441 


B.\i.L, George F. Ball . 


971 


— William II. Jack?nn 


(2) 859 


— Silas R. Burns . . 


997 


— Gcorgiana Kimball 


. 1073 


— Henry T. Kneeland 


494 


— Susan M. Lawrence 


989 


— Luke A. Parker . . 


901 


— Caleb W. Loring 


. T21 


— Stealy B. Rossiter . 


834 


— Charles G. Loring 


. 439 


Ballard, Sarah J. Allen 


563 


— Amy P. Lothrop 


. 985 


— Lucretia Bull . . 


767 


— ■William S. H. Lothr 


op 991 


— George Chandler 


523 


— Francis C. Lowell 


. 431 


— Bethia F. Crafts . . 


564 


— Charles W. Morse 


. 914 


— Hall Curtis . . . 


744 


— Charles J. Paine (2) 


. 774 


— Frances D. Goddard 


679 


— Robert T. Paine (2) 


. G95 


— Henry Goddard . . 


413 


— William L. Putnam 


. 993 


— Elisabeth A. Hooper 


1062 


— Grace L. Rathbone 


. 979 


— Rebecca Jenks . . 


274 


— Martha Reed . . 


. 391 


— William A. Lander . 


462 


— Rebecca Rogers . 


. 1052 


— Waldo Lincoln . . 


814 


— Richard S. Rogers 


. 686 


— Mary G. Wigglesworth 


456 


— Caroline Silsboc . 


. 687 


Ballekixi, Eva il. Balle 




— !Mary B. Slocum . 


. 936 


rini . . . . 


785 


— Eliza K. South-nick 


. 834 


Balloct. John Ballou . 


280 


— Mary A. Southwick 


842 


— Phianda M. Ballou . 


. 483 


— Francis Q. Story 


750 


— • Eunice Cook . . . 


476 


— Susan F. Troadwell 


. 647 


— George C. Waldo 


. 1027 


— John C. Warren 


978 


Baxckoi T, William H 




— Elizabeth P. White 


. 1037 


Archer .... 


855 


— Caroline B. Wliitne_\ 


. 676 


— George H. Bancroft 


1077 


— Frederick A. Whitw 


ell 751 


— Thomas P. Bancroft 


. 437 


— Mary G. Wiggleswor 


th 


— Clara H. Bowditch . 


. 894 


(2) . . . . 


456 


— Hubbard Emerson . 


332 


Balcfi, Franklin G. Bn 


Ich lOSl 


— James F. Emerson (2) 


540,541 


— John W. Elliot . 


".-^H 


— Haven Pool . . . 


. 362 


— Jeremiah Perkins 


551 


— Mary Reed . . . 


. 374 


— Paine Wingate . 


133 


Bandf.rtics, August 


I 


BALnwiy, Charks Bald 


win 611 


McE. Morris . . 


. 847 


— Frederick Baldwin 


905 


Banfield, Samuel Church 


606, 


— George E. Baldwin 


. 906 




638 


— Isaac Baldwin 


. . 611 


— Lucy M. Howard 


775 


— Loammi Baldwin 


. . 249 


Bangs, John Bryant . 


. 499 


— Luke Baldwin . 


. . 517 


— John Cleaveland . . 


171 


- Mary A. S. M. Bald 


win 803 


— Annie JL Grant . . 


. 699 



Bangs, Winslow L. Mont- 
C"mery ... 

— Mary L. Rice 

— Philip H. Sc-irs (2) 
Banks, Caroline Banks 

— Elizabeth G. Otis 

— Sally Otis ... 

— Mary J. Purdy . , 

— Caroline Tewkfbury 
Bai-.siiam, Charles W 

Morse 

Barber, Hannah Maria 
Barber .... 

— William A. Dodcie . 

— Caroline E. Doolittle 

— Hannah E. Doolittle 

— Eliphaz Jones . . 

— Jessie Porter . . 
Barbor, Horace Barbor 
Barclay, Augusta McE 

Morris .... 

Babdwell, Ellen M, 
Boyden . . 

Baret, Kimball C. Hunt- 
ington .... 

— Anna S. L. Mason . 

— Cornelia Rockwell . 

— Ro;;er Wolcott (2) . 
Barham, Thomas I 

Barham .... 
Barker, Julia W. Abbot 

— Lucy A. Abbot . . 

— Daniel Abbott . . 

— Anastasia Barker 

— Anna II. Barker 

— Elizabeth H. Barker 

— Jaines Barker . . 

— Mary A. Barker 

— Laiirinda Ilolbruok . 

— Janies R. Jewett 

— Ellen D. IVabody . 

— John Robinson . . 

— Willet B. Stiekney . 

— John H. A. Tappan 
Barnard, Anna H. Bar- 
ker (2) . . 

— Elizabeth H. Barker (2) 

— Thomas Barnard 

— Mary E. Bemis . 

— Robert E. Bemis 

— Elizabeth P. Cabot 

— Marianne Cabot . 

— Richard C. Cabot 



997 
947 
694 
907 
418 
692 
633 
907 

914 

497 
794 
491 
482 
308 
1025 
663 

847 



893 
715 
945 
990 

1039 
942 

1038 
416 

1048 
840 
781 
605 
636 
688 
846 
701 
466 

1037 
807 

840 
781 
183 
557 
559 
504 
409 
975 



IISG 



INDEX OF FAMILIES. 



Barnaud, Mary M. Chirk 


(2) 669 


— CL.irlotte A. CooliJge 


. 330 


— Sarah G. CooliJge . 


. 625 


— Catherine Gray . . 


1084 


— Sarah G. Hastings . 


843 


— William R. Joyslin . 


79o 


— Hannah B. Richanlson 


5.VS 


— John Richardrion (3) 


9J7 


— Mary 15. Ri.har.l:^on 


506 


— Nathaniel P. Sar^zeant 


lis 


— William S. Sargent . 


873 


— Mary B. Slocum . . 


936 


— Moses T. Stevens 


813 


— Lucy Washburn . . 


723 


Bakn-ks, Surah I,. Abbott 


96.-I 


— Sidney M. Parker . 


917 


— Nathaniel P. Sargeant 


lis 


— Moses T. Stevens 


813 


— Lucy Washburn . 


723 


Barney, Ellen R. Motley 


970 


— Elliott Smith . . . 


605 


Barnhill, Alfred Roose 




velt 


992 


— Theodore Roosevelt 


1016 


Barr, Betsey B. Holman 


571 


Barrett, Eliza A. Bar 




rett 


477 


— Elizabeth P. Cabot . 


504 


— Marianne Cabot . . 


409 


— Richard C. Cabot . 


975 


— Catherine Gray . . 


1084 


— Samuel T. Morse . 


507 


— Henry Perkins . . 


905 


— William S. Sargent . 


873 


— Susan II Thompson 


537 


Bareox, Mary E. Bemis 


557 


— Robert E. Bemis 


559 


— Mary Ann Codman . 


391 


— Sarah G. Coolidge (3) 


625 


— Ellen C. Dana . . 


626 


— Harriet M. Fay . 


929 


— Richard S. Fay . . . 


6S5 


— Herbert J Ilarwood 


.033 


— George W. Hastings 


1022 


— Samuol J. H.'istinjs . 


C20 


— Sarah G. Hastings (2) 


848 


— Hannah B. Richard- 




son 


553 


— John Richardson (3) 


957 


— Mary B. Richardson 


556 


— Frederick C. Sl.attuck(i 


785 


— Albert H. Smith . . 


1044 


— Sophia E. Willson 


779 



Barrox, Sarah E. Wyman 
Barrow, Mary S. Hodges 

— John Lawrence . . 

— Rosamond Lawrence 

— William S. Sargent . 

— Mary B. White . . 
Barry! William R. IIuU 

— Rebecca Jenks . . 

— Wdliam A. Lander . 
Barsiiam, Esther Burnett 
Bakstow, Cornelia P 

Baylies .... 

— S.irah G. Coolidge . 

— Ellen C. Dana . . 
Bartholomew, Charle: 

W. Crooks ... 

— Mary I. Brown . . 

— Benjamin F. Browne 

— Hannah Browne . 

— James Browne . . 

— Joseph V. Browne . 

— Mary T, Pickman 

— Mary Silver . . . 

— Susan H. Silver . . 

— Joseph H. Wellman 
Bartlktt, Mary Archer 

— Dorothy Ashton . 

— WilHiim .\shton . 

— Franklin G. Balch 

— Franklin AV. Bartlett 

— Josiah liartlett (2) 

— Nancy Bartlett . 

— John Ballou . . 

— Henry F. Bond . 

— Mary M. Clark . 

— Charlotte A. Coolidge 

— Sarah G. Coolidge (2) 

— Ellen C, Dana . . 

— Mary E. Goodhue . 

— Sarah G. Hastings . 

— William IL Johnson 

— Mary H. Lincoln 

— Annie Merrill (2) . 

— Sarah H. Mills . . 

— Laura D. Page . . 

— Mary Peele . . . 

— John Richardson 

— Elizabeth M. Sanborn 

— Hannah Sibley . . 

— John D. Treadwell . 

— Edward West . . 

— Allyn Weston . . 

— William F. Wharton 



917 

751 

10i;> 

1012 

873 

424 

1('05 

274 

4G2 

986 

9S4 
625 
626 

903 
758 
594 
62 
63 
569 
810 
400 
836 

1036 
598 
207 
343 

1081 
938 
256 
496 
280 
540 
669 
330 
625 
626 
827 
848 
826 
675 
706 
645 
874 
335 
957 
862 
212 
343 
304 
526 
970 



Bartlett, Sophia E. Willson 779 

Bartlon, Jesse A\'. Hale . 770 

Baktol, Mary Pcele . . 335 
Barto.v, Louisa C. Arnold 

(-') 974 

— Franklin G. Balch (2) . 1082 

— Mar;;aret Barton (2) 573 

— Franklin Blanchard . 869 

— Annie Chapin . . 948 

— Mary Ann Codman . . 391 

— Elizabeth C. Crownin- 

shield 1014 

— Ernest F. FenoUosa . 1042 

— Charles M. Hammond . 1017 

— Geor:,'i> Hicriinson . . 502 

— Gertrude Lawrence . loll 

— John A. Lowell . . . 442 

— Mary T. Pickman . . 810 

— William G. Prcscott . 721 

— John H. Silsbee ... 463 
Bartow, Alexander Kis- 

sam 592 

Bass, James A. Cunning- 
ham 858 

— Hall Curtis .... 744 

— Helen W. Gilman . . 939 

— Cornelia Henshaw . . 534 

— Elisabeth A. Hooper . 1063 
Bassett, Maria C. Breed . 887 

— Edward J. Purington . 1038 

— Philip H. Sears ... 694 

— Caroline Silsby . . . 133 

— Francis P. Sprague . . 724 

— William W. Thomas . 681 

— Allyn Weston . . . 526 
Bassum, James A. Apple- 
ton 691 

— Eleanor Brooks . . . 1019 

— Thomas J. Coolidge . 988 

— Elizabeth C. Crownin- 

shield 1014 

— Susan M. Lawrence . 989 

— George A. Sargeant . 1039 
Bastox, Edmund llenfield 108 

— Jonathan Millet ... 204 
Batciieldeu, James A. 

Appleton .... 691 

— Elizabeth F. Bowditch 967 

— Eleanor Brooks . . . 1019 

— Thomas J. Coolidge . 988 

— Elizabeth C. Crownin- 

shield 1014 

— Harrison EUery ... 870 



INDEX OF FAMILIES. 



11S7 



Batcheldkr, Lydia L. 




Beach a. V, Calvin C. A 


ins 




JoLn.^on 


680 


worth .... 


648 


— Hekn X. Jose . . . 


9.31 


— Catherine C. Ainsworth 


382 


— EUas W. Ki'tteU . . . 


310 


— Joshua Goodale 


223 


— Oliver G. Lane . . . 


0C8 


Beadle, Mary Beadle 




221 


— Susan M. Lawrence 


9S9 


— Nathaniel Beadle 




C5 


— ElizalR'th Mason . . 


9o6 


— Lois Fairfield . 




352 


— Joreuiiah Perkins 


5,il 


— Ernest F. FenoUosa 




1042 


— Charles N. Perley . . 


1059 


— Mary E. Goodhue 




609 


— Neal Rantoul (:J) 1020 


1021 


— Lydia Gray . . 




555 


— ^farcia E. Sewall . . 


402 


— William P. Lander 




553 


— Xellie M. Wliitmau 


lOSO 


— S.irah F. Larrabee 




855 


— Koger Wolcott . . . 


990 


— Eliiiabeth Masury 




334 


Batchf.ller, Eilgar C. 




— Alice Orne . . 




245 


Davis 


10C5 


— Anno F. Orne 




700 


Batkman, Geor'::e Biddle 


881 


— Edward Orne . . 




425 


— Sojibia E. Willson . 


779 


— Elizabeth P. Orne 




706 


Bates, Sarah L. Abbott . 


96.S 


— Mary Peele . . 




335 


— John Bryant .... 


499 


— Caroline Silsbee . 




687 


— Esther Burnett . . . 


986 


— John IL Silsbee . 




463 


— John Cleaveland . 


171 


— Nathaniel Silsbee 




470 


— Louisa K. Farley 


923 


— Elizabeth W. Sparks 


737 


— Annie >L Grant . . . 


699 


Beal, Cornelia A. Babcock 


925 


Batson-, Thomas P. Ket- 




— Samuel Church . . 606, 038 


tell 


357 


— Joseph B. Center 


1077 


— Helen M. Read . . . 


434 


— Waldo Lincoln (2) . 


814 


— Louise P. Richardson . 


958 


BEAJtAN, Henry M. Whit 




R*TT Fr-inpi- T T'inilnll 


913 


nev 


844 


— Mary T. Pickman (2) . 


810 


Beane, Elizabeth J 




Hannah E Saw\cr 


292 


Adams .... 


1056 


— James K. Tajipan . . 


1055 


Bear, William H. Hills 


504 


— John H. A. Tappan 


SO" 


Beard, Augustus F. Bearc 


I 901 


— Lucy S. Tappan . . . 


849 


Beckermaxx, William H 




— William 11. Tappan 


1054 


C. Beckermann 


895 


Batter, Eliza W. Gilman 


4fifl 


Becket, Benjamin Bab 




Battles, David Battles . 


287 


bidge .... 


351 


Batt, George B. Blake . 


725 


— Lois FairCeld . . . 


352 


Baxter, James A. Cun- 




— Ernest F. FenoUosa 


. 1042 


ningham .... 


858 


— Benjamin H. Ives 


595 


— Elisabeth A. Hooper 


1063 


— John S. Ives . 


. 1081 


— Alice ^L Shepley . . 


937 


— Sarah E. I^arrabee . 


855 


— Harriet Tpbam . . . 


415 


— Horace J. Lawrence 


lOGl 


— Nathaniel P. H. ■\Villis 


8.-! 8 


— Mary Peele . . . 


. 335 


Bayard, Augusta McE. 




— Neal Rantoul . . . 


. 1021 


Slorris . . . . 


S4 7 


— Caroline Silsbee . 


687 


Bayley, .Tosiah Bartlett . 


256 


— John H. Silsbee . . 


. 463 


— Elizabeth P. White 


1037 


— Nathaniel Silsbee 


. 470 


— Anna Willard . . . 


210 


— Elizabeth W. Sparks 


73 7 


Baylies, Cornelia P. Bay- 




— MaryE. W.ard . . 


. 893 


lies 


983 


Beckford, John F. AUei 


1 462 


Beach, Eliph.iz Jones . . 


308 


— Sarah Archer . . 


. 546 


Beacuam, Amelia A. Ains- 




— Retx-'cca Beekford . 


. 335 


worth 


649 


— Mehit.able S. Co.-c 




. 678 



w 



Beckford, Louisa K. Far 
ley 

— Mary Flint . . . 
Elizabeth R. Kemble 

— Anne F. Orne 

— Elizabeth P. Orne . 

— Warwick I'.nlfray 

— Frederii' W. Putnam 

— Eben P. Upton . . 

— Martha C. Very . . 

— Edward West . . 
Bedisgtox, George 

West .... 
Beebe, Cornelia Rockwel 
Beeck.max, Helen Beeck 

man . . . . . . 

Beekman, Helen Beeck 

man 

— Julia Borland 

— James F. de Peystcr 

— Robert Livingston 

— Augusta McE. Morris 
Beers, Jonathan S. Beers 

— Charles M. llaumiond 

— M.arllia L. Stearns . 

— George H. Stone 
Belciieu, Katharine M 

Bradlee .... 

— John Bryant . . . 

— Eliza Buekminstcr (2) 

— Caroline S. Channing 

— H.all Curtis (2) . . 

— James Fillis . 

— Helen W. Gilman 

— Annie M. (irant . . 

— Edward F. Hall . . 

— Cornelia llenshaw . 

— Louisa IIi;.'ginson 

— Fitch P. Putnam 

— Rebecca A. Thayer . 
Belden, George B. Brain 

erd 

Beldixc, Annie E. Green 
Belkxat, Marcus Comcrais 

— John W. Elliot . . 

— Betsey B. Ilolman . 

— M.ary G. Wi-glesworth 

— Nathaniel P. H. Willis 
Bell, Alonzo Bell . ■ 

— Mary Bell . . . 

— Anna Willard 
P.F.MIS, Mary C. P.emis 

— Mary E. Bemis . . 



1188 



INDEX OF FAMILIES. 



nrxiis, Robort E. Rcmis 


. 550 


— Mary M. Clark . . 


. 669 


— Charlotte A. Coolidge 


. 330 


— Cyrus F. Knisht 


. 655 


— Hannah B. Richardson 


553 


• — John Richardson 


. 957 


— Mary R. Richardson 


. 556 


— Sarah E. Wyman 


917 


Bendkk, James F. Curtis 


716 


— Sarah L. Turner . . 


. 526 


Benedict, Joel Blackmcr 


791 


Bexjamix, Matilda Brook 


s 800 


- Mary .M. Clark . . 


. 609 


— Charlotte A. Coolidse 


330 


Bennkt, Martha Bennet 


899 


— Wales B. Bcnnutt . 


. 765 


— Bethia F. Crafts 


. 564 


— Marie L. Foster . . 


. 1010 


— John C. Fuller . . 


927 


— Frances Morris . . 


. 842 


— James K. Tappan . 


. 1055 


— Lucy S. Tappan '. . 


849 


— William H. Tappan 


. 1054 


Be.vnin'g, Louisa Higgin 




son 


676 


Beksox, Sophia R. How 




ard 


. 1050 


— Augusta McE. Morris 


847 


— William H. Skinner 


903 


Benstox, William F. Pru 




ettc 


908 


Bektley, Ella Bentley 


1030 


Benton, Josiah H. Bentor 


1 972 


— Cornelia Rockwell . 


945 


Berry, Mary A. Berry 


780 


— Sarah E. Felt . . 


827 


— George H. Mclntire 


1057 


Bertram, John Bertram 


405 


Bethune, Margaret B 




Gracie .... 


782 


Betts, Elizabeth G. Jonos 


711 


— Mary B. Slocum 


936 


BiCKK.R, William M. Well 


755 


Bickxeli., John Haskin 




(2) 


SC3 


— Annie M. Ladd . . 


949 


— Mary Ladd . . . 


392 


— .Sally Otis (2) . . 


692 


— Harriet Upham . . 


445 


BinDLE, Edwanl Biddle 


1010 


— George Biddle . . 


881 


RiGEi.ow, Joseph H. Bige 




low(?) .... 


. 475 



BiGELOw, Mary M. Clark 669 

— Charlotte A. Cooliilge . 330 

— Myrtilla ^L Dwight . 1045 

— Theresa M. ILamilton . 487 

— George AV. Hastings . 1022 

— Theresa "M. Johnson . 487 

— Gertruile Lawrence . . 1011 

— John Lawrence . . . 1013 

— Katharine B. Lawrence 724 

— Rosamond Lawrence . 1012 

— Albert H. Smith . . 1044 

— Sophia E. Willson . . 779 
BiGG, Elias Cornelius . . 863 
BiGLEY, Mary J. Richards 1083 
BiosuY, Albert Abbott . 790 

— Amos Al)bott .... 508 
Biles, Caroline B. Whit- 
ney 676 

Bill, Mary Bill .... 1074 

— S. Farkman Blake . . 783 

— Frederick Frye . . . 306 

— Mary E. Parker ... 710 

— S.irah C. Parker . . 563 

— ElizalKjth Russell . . 698 

— Gardiner H. Shaw . . 696 

— Louis A. Shaw . . . 1020 

— Henry P. Sturgis . . 525 
Billings, Franklin G. 

Balch ..... 1082 

— George W. Hastings . 1022 
Bingham, Matilda Brooks 800 

— Amy P. Lothrop . . 985 

— William S. II. Lothrop 994 

— Joel E. Rockwell . . 797 

— Wintbrop W. Sargeant 1007 
Binglky, Rebecca A. 

Thayer 388 

BiRCn, Archibald G. Birch 486 

— Margaret Birch . . . 1029 
BiRCKiiEAD, Augusta McE. 

Morris 847 

Bird, Isabella S. Amos . 1024 

— S. I'arkman Blake . . 783 

— Richard C. Cabot . . 976 

— 5Liry JL Clark ... 669 

— Samuel A. Eliot ... 423 

— Robert Emery ... 307 

— Lydia Gerry .... 291 

— Eliza W. (Jiiman . . 460 

— Elizabeth R. Glover . 630 

— Emma R. Guild (2) . 1085 

— Charles E. Guild (2) C:i9, 700 

— Martha S. Higginson . 386 



Bird, Charles .Jackson (2) 

— Elizabeth C. Jaikson (2) 

— Mary Jackson (2) 

— Francis T. Kimball 

— Francis C. Lowell (2) 

— Charles J. Paine (2) 

— Robert T. Paine (2) 

— William L. Putnam (2) 

— JIary R. Slocum . . 

— George H. Stone 
BiRDSALL, Mary Archer 

— Sarah Archer 

— George Chapman 

— Isaac N. Chapman . 

— John Chapman . 

— Ursula K. Chapman 

— Jennie Hood . . . 
Births, Louisa K. Farley 
BisBEE, Lydia L. Bisbec 

— Francis P. Sprague 

— Allyn Weston . . 

— Bertha F. Williams . 
BiSREN, Henry K. White 
BiscOE, Henry F. Bond 

— Charlotte A. Coolidge 

— John Richardson 

— George H. Stone 
Bishop, Ira Bishop . . 

— Israel Dodge . . . 

— Elizabeth C. Jackson 

— Charles J. Paine . . 

— Robert T. Paine . . 

— Richard Price 

— William L. Putnam . 

— Eliza K. Southwick . 

— Mary A. Southwick . 
BissELL, Harriet Bissell 

— Sarah G. Hastings . 

— Henry K. White 
BlXBY, Henry il. Rixby 

— John W. Elliot . . 
Blaax, Julia Borland . 
Black. Jennie Hood . 

— Francis H. Storcr . 

— John H. Storer . . 
Blackmax, Charles W 

Amory (2) . . . 

— Harriet S. Amory (2) 

— Elizabeth C. Crownin 

shield (2) . . 

— Annie ^L Grant (2) 

— .Tohn Haskins 

— Mary P. Sears (2) 



INDEX OF FAMILIES. 



1189 



Blackma-V, John C. War 




BLES.-iiXG, Caroline Perkins 


822 


ren(2) . . . . 


978 


— llaunah Perkins . . 


37» 


— Susaa P. Warren ('.•) 


421 


— Ann ^L Pingree . . 


842 


Blackmer, Ji.>c1 Blacknicr 


791 


— Joseph Towne . . 


377 


Bi ACKXEY, Luman K 




— Solomon Towne . . 


369 


Dowey .... 


1002 


BLiGir, Mary G. Wiggles 




Bi-AKE, Edith T. Blakc 


958 


worth .... 


456 


— George B. Jtlako (J) 


725 


Bliss, Matilda Brooks 


800 


— Geor-e W. Blake . 


107.-! 


— Sarah A. Durell . . 


327 


— Lilla Blake . . . 


1057 


— MjTtilla M. Dwight 


1015 


— S. Parkmaii Blakc . 


733 


— Chauncey Lathrop . 


479 


— Ann Dawes . . . 


217 


— John Latliroji 


357 


— William R. KIlis . . 


931 


— Ellen R. Motley . . 


970 


— Constance Lodge 


986 


— Abner Thurber . . 


281 


— Elise Milligan 


720 


Blodgett, Amelia A 




— Sarah 11. Mills . . 


645 


Ainsworth . 


649 


— Martha Rccd . . . 


391 


— Calvin C. Ainsworth 


648 


— John Richardson 


957 


— Cath. C. Ainsworth 


382 


— Mary B. Slocum . . 


93C 


— Loammi Baldwin 


249 


— William B. Smith . 


529 


— - Susan R. Thompson 


587 


Blakelev, Emma A 




— Susan F. Treadwell . 


647 


Blakeloy . . . 


1001 


Blood, Olive Xewell . 


341 


Blax"C, Frances Morris 


842 


— Elmina JL Richardson 


325 


Blaxchard, Sarah L 




— John Richardson . 


957 


Abbott .... 


968 


— Sophia E. Willson . 


779 


— Flora E. Blancliard 


75G 


Bloodgood, Fanny Pea 




— Franklin BlancharJ 


869 


body .... 


1013 


— Rebecca C. Blanchard 


532 


— Jacob C. R. Peabody 


1052 


— Samuel Blanchard . 


250 


Blott, Amy P. Lothrop 


9S5 


— Thomas Blanchard . 


580 


— William S. H. Lothrop 


994 


— William Blanchard . 


329 


— Theodore Lyman 


243 


— Herbert J. ilarwood 


533 


— Anna S. L. Mason . 


715 


— Laurinda Holbrook . 


688 


Blow, William N. Blow 


1083 


— Kimball C. Huntington 


893 


Blowers, John Bryant 


499 


— Catherine E. i'cabody 


432 


— Annie iL Grant . 


699 


— Eliza E. Peabody . 


713 


Bly, George Dean . . 


351 


— Fanny Peabody . 


1013 


— Lois Fairfield . . . 


352 


— Jacob C. R. Peabody 


1052 


— Ernest F. Fcnollosa 


1042 


— Joseph A. Peabody . 


437 


— Sarah E. Larrabce . 


855 


— S. Endicott Peabody 


776 


— Mary Peele . . . 


335 


— iMary P. Sears . . 


979 


— Caroline Silsbee . . 


687 


— Joseph Towne 


377 


— John H. Silsbee . . 


463 


— Solomon Towne . . 


369 


— Nathaniel Silsbee 


470 


Blandford, Samuel W 




— Elizabeth W. Sparks 


737 


Brown .... 


592 


Boardman, Elizabeth Calx 


)t 178 


P.LAXEY, Hannah A 




— Elizalieth P. Cabot . 


504 


Chan.llcr . . . 


400 


— Francis Cabot . . 


234 


— Humphrey Dcvereux 


277 


— Joseph Cabot . . . 


187 


— Helen N. Jose . . 


931 


— Marianne Cabot . . 


409 


— Susan F. TreadwcU 


. 647 


— Richard C. Cabot . 


975 


Blaw, Mary Lowell 


436 


— Elizabeth C. Crownin 




— William L. Putnam . 


993 


shield .... 


1014 


Bleecker, William R. Elli 


9 931 


— Francis B. Crowninshie 


d 444 



(2) 



BoARKMAX, William A 
Dodge . . . 

— Simeon P. Folsom 

— JLiry W. Goodricl 

— Charles AL Hanimon 

— Betsey B. Holman 

— Samuel Holman . 

— Elizabeth C. Jackson 

— Constance Lodge 

— Daniel Mackey 

— Charles J. Paine 

— Robert T. Paine 

— Jeremiah Perkins 

— Charles A. Pulsifer (: 

— William L. Putnam 

— Rebecca Rogers . 

— Richard S. Rogers 

— Caroline Silsbee . 

— Eliza K. Soiithwiek 

— Mary A. Soiithwiek 

— John D. Treadwell 

— Susan F. Treadwell 

— Elizabeth G. Otis 

— Sally Otis . . . 

— John C. Warren 
BoDEN, Charlotte S. For 

Tester . . 

— John Lawrence 

— Rosamond Lawrence 

— William S. Sargent 

— ilary B. White . 
BoGAEKT, Alfred Roose 

velt 

— Theodore Roosevelt 
BoGAitnus, Foxhall A 

Parker .... 
BoGERT, Cornelia P. Bay 
lies 

— Charles L. Bogert . 
BoHONON, Chauncey La- 
throp .... 

BoLLisG, Algernon Cool- 
idge 

— J. Randolph Coolidge 

— Thomas J. Coolidge 
BoLMAX, Mary Bill 
BoLTWoon, Cornelia Rock- 
well 

Bond, George Frederic 
Bond .... 

— Henry F. Bond . . 

— Mary' M. Clark . . 

— Charlotte A. C(X)lidgc 



1190 



INDEX OF FAMILIES. 



Bond, Elias Comilius . . 

— John UiiL:iril>on . . 

— Gcorgo H. Stone . . 
RoxuAM, 'VVilliuin Bnnham 
BoNXHR, M;.n.l liMnnor . 
RooE, Rose C. nil kiiian . 
BnoKWALTKR, Jacob E. 

Sciplc 

Boose, I'lihniiin Boone 
Booth, Iknrv M. Iliatoii 

— Lucy Washburn . 
BooTT, Francis Boott . 

— Mary ^V. Goo<lrich . . 
BoitADEL, Pfborah Catiot 

— Caroline S. Clianning (2) 

— Deborah Ilijiriii-on . 

— Goorgc Iliiiinson (T) . 

— Louisa ni;;':rin?on (4) 6: 

— :Martha S. Iliircrinson (2) 

— Jfary S. IL^lges . . 

— Anita V. Jom-s . . 

— Constance Lodge 

— John A. Lowell . , 

— Anna S. L. JLison . 

— Elizabeth Mason 

— Charles IL Orne 

— Mary E. Osgood 

— Frederic W. Putnam 

— Elizabeth Pynclion . 

— Elizabeth M. Shcpard 

— Joseph II. Wellman . 
BOKDEX, Anna IL Barke 

(2) 

— Elizabeth IL Barker (2) 

— Anne A. Butts 

— Ellen R. Motley . . 

— Abby Robinson . . 
BoROMAX, Abl«)t A. Low 

— Henry C. Low 
BouLAxn, Charles W, 

Amory . . . 

— Harriet S. Amory 

— Julia Borland 

— Ehzabeth C. Crownin 

shield .... 

— Mary P. Se.ars 

— Charles A. AVinthrop 

— Robert C. AVinthnip 
BossiNCER, Elizabeth G 

Otis .... 

— Sally Otis . . . 
Bossox, .Jonathan D. Bos 

son 



8fi3 
957 
6-25 
87-1 
9J7 
10C3 

1035 
801 
998 
723 
691 
711 
179 
C77 
179 
502 
), 070 
386 
751 
70'> 
986 
442 
715 
956 
428 

1046 
817 
188 
527 

1036 



840 
781 
738 
970 
3.-5 
1051 
1054 

717 
712 
784 

1014 
978 
864 
675 

418 
692 



Julia ^^' 



IJosWOUTIt 

.\bl)ot .... 

— George P. Cummings 

— Daviil Damon (2) . 

— John Lndieotl {'1) 

— Louisa K. Farley 

— Eliza .r. Flint . . . 

— Mary Flint . . . 

— Matthew Hale . . 

— .Vnna Hildreth . . 

— Caroline W. King (2) 

— Ellen M. King (2) . 

— Sarah P. King (2) . 

— Gertrude Lawrence . 

— Laura D. Page (2) . 

— Rebecca Pa'^e (2) 

— Eliza E. Peahody (4) 

— Ellen U. Peabod'y . 

— Fanny Peab..dy (1) . 

— Jacob C. R. Peabody (4) 

— S. Endicott Peabody (4) 

— William G. Prescott 

— Fitch P. Putnam 

— Samuel Putnam . . 

— William L. Putnam (2) 

— JIary P. Scars (4) . 

— Anna Smith . 

— Moses T. Stevens 

— Eben P. Upton . . 
BOTT, John Bott . . 

— Daniel Goodhue . . 

— John B. Goodhue 

— 5Iary E. Goodhue 
BoTTEXBCRY, Emmogcne 

Coleman . . . 
BoTTS, Frances L. Botts 
BovpixoT, Boudinot Keith 
BouonEY, Benjamin D 

M'hitney . . . 
Bori-TFR, Ch.arles J. Pres- 
cott 

BofRXE. Francis E. Bacon 
' — Geor-e B. Bl.ike 

— Eleanor Brooks . 

— Shepherd Brooks 

— Elizabeth C. Crownin 

shield .... 

— Charles M. Hammond 

— Waldo Lincoln . . 

— Charles J. Paine (2) 

— Robert T. Paine (2) 

— William Paine . . 

— Marj- E. Parker . . 



942 

665 
327 
311 
923 
464 
839 
786 
810 
811 
810 
811 
1011 
874 
367 
713 
701 
1013 
1052 
77G 
721 
358 
254 
993 
979 
810 
813 
900 
359 
604 
607 
669 

1035 

1051 
10O4 

426 

671 
728 
725 
1019 
718 

1014 
1017 
814 
774 
695 
192 
710 



BofitxE, Sarah C. Parker 563 

— John Richardson (2) . 957 

— Philip IL .Scars . 
BoiTWELL, Eleanor Brooks 

— Hubbard Emerson 

— James F. Emerson (2) 540, 541 

— Henry S. Everett 

— Mary B. Hawkcs 

— Thomas L. Wakefield 
BowAX, Thomas Donaldson 

— Hammond Dorsey 
BowDEX, Lucy Washburn 
BowDiTCii, William H 

Archer .... 

— Clara IL Bowditch . 

— Elizabeth F. Bowditch 

— J. IngcrsoU Bowditch 

— Charlotte S. Forrester 

— Betsey B. Hohnan . 

— .Samuel Ilolman . 

— Mary Reed . . . 
BowDOix, Robert C. Win- 

throp .... 
BowEX, Henry Goddard 
— ■ Samuel T. Jlorse 

— Carrie E. OUn . . 
— ■ Mary B. Slocum . . 

— Bertha F. "Williams 
Bower, Joel Cox . . 

— Katie Cox .... 
Bower?, Amanda P, 

Bowers . . . 

— Jerome Bowers 

— John W. Bowers 

— Jerathmeel Peirce 
Bowes, William L. Putnam 

— Charles E. Ware 
Bowles, Frances P. Adams 

— Sarah A. Durell . . 

— Isaac White . . . 

— Rebecca White . . 
Bowman, Mary E. Bemis 

— Robert E. Bcmis 

— Betsey Bowman . . 

— Hannah B. Richardson 

— John Richardson (3) 

— Mary B. Richardson 
BowNE, Horace J. Law- 
rence 

BoYCE. John S. Ives 

— Philadelphia Kimpton 

— Eliza K. Southwick . 

— Mary A. Southwick 



I^'DEX OF FAMILIES. 



1191 



IkiYl', Samuel Diiisiuoor 


COI 


— Anna S. L. M.i<im . 


715 


— Kli/abetli Mason . . 


950 


— Fraiiris 11. Storer . 


703 


— John II. Storer . . 


976 


ISoYDEN, Ellen M. lioy.Kt 


1 952 


ISovEi!, Algernon Cool 




i.lgc 


710 


— J. Kandolph CooIKlse 


714 


— Thomas J. Coolidge 


D.'^.S 


BoYLSTox, Frances P 




AJams .... 


955 


— S. Parkman Pilake . 


783 


— Eleanor Brooks . . 


1018 


— Sheplienl Hrook^ . 


718 


— James A. Ciinnindiaoi ( 


') 858 


— Henry S. Everett . 


96S 


— Catherine Gray . 


1084 


BoYXTOx. Matthew Hale 


78G 


— Abigail KounJy . 


376 


— Elizabeth Roundy . 


597 


— Elizabeth P. White . 


1037 


Br.vce, Caleb W. Loring 


721 


BRACKtXBL'RY, Mary Annt 




Codman .... 


391 


— Ruth Cogswell . . 


590 


— Helen N. Joso (2) . 


931 


— Ellen D. Peabody . 


701 


— William P Symonds 


.378 


Br..\CKtTT, William W 




Thomas .... 


681 


— Sophia E. Willson . 


779 


Bradbury, James Bridge 


186 


Brakf.x, George A. CradeL 


1032 


Brakfokd, Matilda Brook 


800 


— Anne A. Butts . . 


738 


— Myrtilla M. Dwight . 


1045 


— Catherine Gray . . 


lOSl 


— Caleb W. Loring 


721 


— Charles G. Loring . 


439 


— Allyn M'eston . . 


526 


Bradish, Mary M. Clark 


G70 


— Clarinda Frost 


450 


Bradlee, Franklin G 




BalcL .... 


1082 


— Josiah Bradlee 


7-.' 7 


— Kathorine M. Bradlee 


727 


Bradley, Elizabeth K 




AUen .... 


852 


— Sarah J. Allen (2) . c 


63, 564 


— Bethia F. Crafts . . 


564 


— James Diman . . 


100 


— Samuel Edwards . . 


350 



BuvDi.EY, .Samuel Gilo . 412 

— John Girdler .... 565 

— Harriet E. Harriman . 731 

— AVilliam H. Hills . . 564 

— Mary Y. Pitkin . . . 981 
Bradsiiaw, George Biddle 881 

— Benjamin II. Ives . . 595 

— John S. Ives .... 1081 
BuAD.-<TREET, Eliza Buck- 
minster (2) . . . 300 

— Caroline S. Channing . 676 

— Samuel Church . . 606, 638 

— Benjamin F. Clark . . 449 

— Robert Emery . . . 307 

— Louisa Higginson . . 676 

— Lucy M. Howard . . 775 

— Charles Jackson . . 298 

— Elizabeth C. Jackson . 441 

— !Mary Jackson . . . 302 

— Georgiana Kimball . . 1073 

— Amy P. Lothrop . . 9S5 

— William S. H. Lothrop 994 

— Francis C. Lowell . . 431 

— Anna S. L. Mason . . 715 

— Andrew W. Jliltiraore . 447 

— Charles J. Paine . . . 774 

— Robert T. Paine ... 696 

— Jeremiah Perkins . . 551 

— AVilliam L. Putnam (2) 993 

— Carrie E. Small ... 886 

— Charles E. Ware . . 505 

— Frederick A. Whitwell 751 

— Andrew Wiggin . . . 255 
Braixerd, George B. 

Brainerd .... 1022 

Brasel.vxe, James Wilson 903 

Brasher, Hall Curtis . . 744 

Bray, Julia W. Abbot . . 942 

— Thomas P. Bancroft . 437 

— Margai'et Barton . . 573 

— Elizabeth F. Bowditcb . 9G7 

— J. IngersoU Bowditch . 653 

— Harry F. Dalton . . 1044 

— RuthDriver .... 546 

— Sarah A. Durell ... 327 

— Mary S. Hodges ... 751 

— Edward C. .Jordan . . 965 

— David Xeal .... 223 

— Ncal Rantoul . . . . 1021 

— Elizabeth :M. Shepard . 527 

— Carrie E. Small . . . 8S6 

— Eliza K. Southwick . 834 

— Mary A. Southwick . - 842 



Bray, Gamaliel E. Ward 


604 


— George W. West (2) 


1019 


Breck, Franklin G. Balch 


1082 


— S. Parkman Blake . . 


783 


— Caroline S. Channing . 


677 


— Hall Curtis . . . 


744 


— Harriet M. Fay . 




929 


— Richard S. Fay . 




685 


— Eliza W. (iilman 




460 


— Helen W. (iilman 




939 


— Horace J. Il.iyden 




729 


— Elizabeth Russell (2) 


698 


— Gardiner II. Shaw (2) 


696 


— Louis .V. Shaw (2) . 


1020 


— Henry P. Sturgis 




525 


Breed, ^\■iHiara H. .\ri. 


her 


855 


— Betsey F. Attwill 




609 


— Mary' Attwill . . 




611 


— Clara H. Bowditch 




894 


— Maria C. Breed . 




887 


— Sylvester B. Breed 




1043 


— Georgiana Burrill 




1056 


— Rebecca Jenks . 




274 


— William A. Lander 




462 


— JIary Tteed . . 




374 


Breese, Sophie .\. Davis 


741 


Brextox, Charles W 




Amory .... 


717 


— Harriet S. Amory . 


712 


— Julia Borland . . . 


784 


— Elizabeth C. Crownin 




shield .... 


1014 


— Mary P. Sears . . 


978 


— Charles A. Winthrop 


864 


— Robert C. Winthrop 


675 


Brewer, Franklin Blan 




chard .... 


869 


— Thoma~ Blanchard . 


580 


— Katharine M. Bradlct 




/3^ 


727 


— Samuel Church . . 6 


06, 638 


— Frances D. Godd.ard 


679 


— Samuel M Holland . 


584 


— Charles J. Prescott . 


671 


— Elizabeth Pynchon . 


188 


— Mary B. Slocum 


936 


— Francis II. Storer . 


. 703 


— John II. Storer . . 


. 976 


— JIary G. Wii'^lesworth 


456 


— Bertha F. Williams . 


. 916 


— Rocrer Woleott . . 


. 990 


Brew.iter, James Dimai 


1 100 


— FrankUn J. Starr (2) 


. 332 



1192 



INDEX OF FAMILIES. 



BRIl'ni'f'-Xi Susan K 

Thompson . . . 
BiUDCK., Sirah L. Abbott 

— M;ir.v E. Bcmia . . 

— I{ub.rt K. Hcmis 

— Katliarioe M. r.railke 

— Charlotte S. Forrester 
Fraiii'PS D. Goddard 

— Henry Go<ldard . . 

— Samuel M. Holland . 

— John Lawrence . . 

— Rosamond Lawrence 

— Franii-: C. Lowell . 

— John A. Lowell . . 

— Mary Lowell . . . 

— Rebecca R. Lowell .