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PORTRAITS OF 

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EPES AND ANN SARGENT 

CHILDREN OF WILLIAM SARGENT SECOND 

AND THEIR DESCENDANTS IN THE 

SARGENT-MURRAY-GILMAN HOUSE 

GLOUCESTER, MASSACHUSETTS , 

1921 



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PORTRAITS OF 

EPES AND ANN SARGENT 

CHILDREN OF WILLIAM SARGENT SECOND 

AND THEIR DESCENDANTS IN THE 

SARGENT-MURRAY-GILMAN HOUSE 

GLOUCESTER. MASSACHUSETTS 

1921 4i042547 

1. EPES SARGENT of the third generation of the Gloucester Fam- 
ily; born in Gloucester, 1690; died in Salem, Massachusetts, 1762. From 
a painting by Copley, the property of his great great great grand- 
daughter, Mrs. G. H. Clements. 

2. CATHERINE WINTHROP, daughter of John Winthrop, 1681- 
1747, greatgrandson of Governor John Winthrop of the Massachusetts 
Bay Colony, widow of Samuel Browne and second wife of Epes Sargent; 
born in Gloucester 1711, died in Salem 1781. From a painting by John 
Smibert, the property of George Nixon Black. 



Epes Sargent, oldest son of Epes Sargent, 
his wife and descendants 

3. EPES SARGENT of the fourth generation; born in Gloucester 
1721; died in 1779. From a portrait by Copley, the property of his 
great great granddaughter, Mrs. G. H. Clements. 

4. CATHERINE OSBORNE, wife of Epes Sargent of the fourth 
generation, 1722-1788. From a portrait by Copley, the property of her 
great great granddaughter, Mrs. G. H. Clements. 

5. ANNA SARGENT of the sixth generation, daughter of Epes 
Sargent of the fifth generation, elder son of Epes Sargent of the fourth 
generation, and wife of John Parker, 1783-1844; born in Gloucester 
1782; died in Boston 1873. A pencil sketch made by her nephew, John 
James Dixwell. 



6. JOHN JAMES DIXWELL of the seventh generation, son of 
Esther Sargent of the sixth generation, daughter of Epes Sargent of 
the fifth generation, elder son of Epea Sargent of the fourth genera- 
tion, and wife of John Dixwell, M.D., born and died in Boston 1777- 
1834; born in Boston 1856; died in Jamaica Plain (Boston) 1876. From 
life about 18X2. 

7. EPES SARGENT DIXWELL of the seventh generation, brother 
of John James Dixwell; born in Boston 1807; died in Cambridge 1899. 
From life about 1877. 

8. EPES SARGENT of the sixth generation, son of John Osborne 
Sargent of the fifth generation, younger son of Epes Sargent of the 
fourth generation; born in Gloucester 1784; died in Roxbury, Massa- 
chusetts, 1853. From a painting, the property of his grandson, William 
Coffin Sargent. 

9. JOHN OSBORNE SARGENT of the seventh generation, son of 
Epes Sargent of the sixth generation, son of ^ohn Osborne Sargent of 
the fifth generation, younger son of Epes Sargent of the fourth gener- 
ation; born in Gloucester 1811; died in New York 1891. From a painting 
made in 1889 by Hermann Schmiechen, the property of his daughter. 
Miss Georgiana Welles Sargent. 

10. EPES SARGENT of the seventh generation, brother of John 
Osborne Sargeot; born in Gloucester 1813; died in Roxbury, Massa- 
chusetts, 1880. From a painting made between 1840-45 by Charles Loring 
Elliott, the property of his nephew, John Osborne Sumner. 



Descendants of Winthrop Sargent, third son of Epes Sargent 

11. JUDITH SARGENT of the fifth generation, oldest child of Win- 
throp Sargent of the fourth generation, and wife of John Murray; born 
in Gloucester 1751; died in Natchez, Mississippi, 1820. From a paint- 
ing by Copley made about 1769, the property of Charles S. Sargent, 
grandson of her first cousin, Ignatius Sargent of the fifth generatfon. 

12. JUDITH SARGENT of the fifth generation (Mrs. Murray). From 
a painting by Stuart made about 1805, the property of her great great 
niece, Mrs. William Wilton Phipps. 

13. JOHN MURRAY, husband of Judith Sargent of the fifth gen- 
eration; born in Alton, England, 1741; died in Boston, Massachusetts, 
1815. Engraved by Charles B. J. F. de St. Memin. 

14. JULIA MARIA of the sixth generation, daughter of Judith Sar- 
gent (Mrs. Murray) and wife of Adam Louis Bingaman; born in Glouces- 



terl791; died in Natchez, Mississippi, 1822. From a painting by Stuart 
made about 1805, the property of her great great niece, Mrs. Paul Dana. 

15. ADAM LOUIS BINGAMAN, husband of Julia Maria Murray of 
the sixth generation; born in Natchez, Mississippi, 1793; died in New 
Orleans, Louisiana, 1SG9, From a portrait the property of David Law- 
rence McKittrick. 

16. WLMTHROP SARGENT of the fifth generation, elder son of 
Winthrop Sargent of the fourth generation; born in Gloucester 1753; 
died near New Orleans, Louisiana, 1820. From a painting by Stuart 
made about 1b05, the property of his great granddaughter, Mrs. Paul 
Dana. 

17. MARY McLNTOSH, widow of David Williams and second wife 
of Winthrop Sargent of the fifth generation; born in Stalford, Connecti- 
cut, 1761; died in Philadelphia, 1844. From a painting the property of 
her great granddaughter, Mrs. Cora Urquahart Potter. ' 

1^. MARY McINTOSH, second wife of Winthrop Sargent of the 
fifth generation. From a painting by Stuart made about 1805, the 
pro[}erty of her great granddaughter, Mrs. Paul Dana. 

19. WINTHROP SARGENT of the fifth generation and his wife 
Mary Mcintosh. Mezzotints engraved by Charles B. J. F. de St. 
Memin, reduced from life-sized drawinsg made by him about 1800, and 
owned by their great granddaughter, Mrs. William Wilton Phipps. 

20. WILLIAM FITZ WINTHROP SARGENT of the sixth genera- 
tion, elder son of Winthrop Sargent of the fifth generation; born in 
Natchez, Mississippi, 1799; died in Philadelphia, 1822. From a miniature 
the property of his great niece, Miss Margaret Percy Sargent. 

21. GEORGE WASHINGTON SARGENT of the sixth generation, 
brother of William Fitz Winthrop Sargent; born and died in Natchez, 
Mississippi, 1802 1864. From a miniature the property of his grand- 
daughter. Miss Margaret Percy Sargent. 

22. WINTHROP SARGENT of the seventh generation, oldest son 
of George Washington Sargent of the sixth generation; born in Phila- 
delphia 1825; died in Paris, France, 1870. From life. 

23. MARY SARGENT of the seventh generation, daughter of George 
Washington Sargent of the sixth generation and wife of Henry Postle- 
thwaite Duncan, 1823 1879; born in Philadelphia, 1829; died in London, 
England, 1912. From a painting made in New York before 1855. 



24. MARY SARGENT of the seventh generation. From a bust 
made in Florence, Italy, by Hiram Powers, probably between 1856 and 
1860, and the property of Charlea S. Sargent, great grandson of tlie 
brother of her great grandfather. 

25. JANE PERCY SARGENT of the seventh generation, sister of 
Mary Sargewt, and wife of William Butler Duncan, 1830 1912; born in 
Philadelphia, 1&33; died in New York, 1905. From a painting by G. P. 
A. Healey, the property of her daughter, Mrs. William Wilton Phipps. 

26. FITZWILLIAM SARGENT of the fifth generation, younger son 
of Winthrop Sargent of the fuurth generation; born in Gloucester 1768; 
died in Newton, Massachu.setLs, 1822. From a painting by Michael 
Felice Corne. 

27. WINTHROP SARGENT of the sixth generation, oldest son of 
Fitzwilliam Sargent of tne tilth generation, younger son of Winthrop 
Sargent; born in Gloucester 1792; died in Morgans Corner, Delaware 
County, Pennsylvania, 1874. Fiom a miniature by Sarah Goodridge, the 
property of his grandoun, Winthrop Sargent. 

28. FITZWILLIAM SARGENT of the seventh generation, oldest 
son of Winthrop Sargent of the sixth generation, oldest son of Fitz- 
william Sargent of the fifth generation, younger son of Winthrop Sar- 
gent; born in Gloucester l82U; died in London, England, 18b9. l-'rom life. 

29. MARY NEWBOLD SINGER, born in Philadelphia, 1826, died in 
London, England, 1906; wife of Fitzwilliam Sargent of the seventh gen- 
eration and mother of John Singer Sargent. From life. 

30. JOHN SINGER SARGENT of the eighth generation, oldest son 
of Fitzwilliam Sargent of the seventh generation, oldest son of Win- 
throp Sargent of the sixth generation, oldest son of Fitzwilliam Sar- 
gent of the fifth generation, younger son of Winthrop Sargent of the 
fuurth generation; born in Florence, Italy, 1856. From a negative 
made in 1903 by Sarah Choate Sears. 

31. JOHN SINGER SARGENT of the eighth generation. From a 
negative made in 1920 by Sarah Choate Seara. 

32. JOHN SINGER SARGENT of the eighth generation. By 
Augustus Saint Gaudens, made in Paris in 1880. 

33. JOHN SINGER SARGENT of the eighth generation. From life. 

34. JOHN SINGER SARGENT of the eighth generation. From a 
portrait painted by himself in 1907 for the collection of portraits of 
distinguished painters in the Uir'izzi Gallery at Florence, Italy. 



35. JOHN SINGER SARGENT of the eighth generation and 
CHARLES SPRAGUE SARGENT of the seventh generation. From a 
negative made in 1919 by Miss Louisa Peabody Loring. 

36. JOHN SINGER SARGENT of the eighth generation and 
CHARLES SPRAGUE SARGENT of the seventh generation. From a 
negative made in iy2U^by Guy Lowell. 

37. WINTHROP SARGENT of the eighth generation, second son of 
Winthrop Sargent of the seventli generation, second son of Winthrop 
Sargent of the sixth generation, oldest son of Fitzwilliam Sargent of 
the fifth generation, younger son of Winthrop Sargent of the fourth 
generation; born in Gwynedd, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, 1853. 

38. SARAH SARGENT of the sixth generation, second daughter of 
Fitzwilliam Sargent, younger son of Winthrop Sargent, and wife of 
Samuel Worcester, 1793 1844; born in Gloucester 179."!; died in Waltham, 
Massachusetts, 1893. From a miniature by Sarah (Joodridge, the prop- 
erty of her granddaughter, Emma Worcester Doughty. 

39. JULIANA SARGENT of the sixth generation, third daughter 
of F^itzwilliam Sargent, younger son of Winthrop Sargent, and wife of 
Captain Edward Babbitt, U. S. Navy; born and died in Gloucester 
1797-1842. From a miniature by Sarah Goodridge, the property of the 
widow of her nephew, Gorham Parsons Sargent. 

40. FITZWILLIAM SARGENT of the sixth generation, second son 
of Fitzwilliam Sargent, yuunger son of Winthrop Sargent; born in 
Gloucester 1799; drowned at sea near Gloucester 1818. From a minia- 
ture by Sarah Goodridge, the property of his grandniece, Elizabeth 
Byrd Pleasants. 



Sarah Sargent, oldest daughter of Epes Sargent 

41. SARAH SARGENT of the fourth generation, wife of Nathaniel 
Allen; born and died in Gloucester 1729-1792. From a painting by 
Copley, the property of her great great nephew, Charles S. Sargent. 

42. NATHANIEL ALLEN, husband of Sarah Sargent of the fourth 
generation; born in Gloucester 1718; died in Dover, New Hampshire, 
1772. From a painting by Copley, the property of Charles S. Sargent. 



Daniel Sargent, fifth son of Epes Sargent, 
his wife and descendants 

43. DANIEL SARGENT of the fourth generation; born in Glouces- 
ter 1731; died in Boston 1806. From a painting by his son Henry 
Sargent, the property of his great great granddaughter, Elizabeth Sar- 
gent Miller. 

44. AL-CliY TURNER, wife of Daniel Sargent of the fourth gener- 
ation (1743 1813). From a painting by Copley, the property of her great 
great great granddaughter, Mary Elizabeth Sargent MacArlhur. 

45. MARY TURNER, wife of Daniel Sargent of the fourth gener- 
ation (1743 1813). From a painting by her son, Henry Sargent, the 
property of her great great granddaughter, Elizabeth Sargent Miller. 

46. JOHN TURNER, father of Mrs. Daniel Sargent (1709 1786). 
From a painting by John Smibert, the property of the Museum of 
Fine Arts, Boston. 

47. DANIEL SARGENT of the fifth generation, oldest son of Daniel 
Sargent of the fourth generation; born in Gloucester 1764; died in 
Boston 184ii. From a painting, the property of the Massachusetts Gen- 
eral Hospital, Boston. 

48. DANIEL SARGENT CURTIS of the seventh generation, son of 
Maria Osborne, only child of Daniel Sargent of the fifth generation, 
and wife of Thomas Buckminster Curtis, 1795 1871; Banker; born in 
Boston 1825; died in London, England, 1908. From a painting by Antonio 
Mancini, the property of Mrs. Daniel Sargent Curtis. 

49. IGNATIUS SARGENT of the sixth generation, son of Ignatius 
Sargent of the fifth generation, the second son of Daniel Sargent; born 
in Gloucester 1800; died in Brookline, Massachusetts, 1884. From life 
about 1855. 

50. CHARLES SPRAGUE SARGENT of the seventh generation, 
son of Ignatius Sargent of the sixth generation, son of Ignatius Sar- 
gent of the fifth generation. A drawing made by John Singer Sargent 
July 3, 1919, and presented by him to the Sargent-Murray-Gilman House. 

51. JOHN TURNER SARGENT of the fifth generation, third son 
of Daniel Sargent; born in Gloucester 1769; died in Boston 1813. From 
a painting probably made by his brother Henry Sargent, the property 
of Mrs. Francis Williams Sargent, widow of his grandson. 

52. CHRISTIANA KEADIE SWAN (1778 1867), wife of John Turner 
Sargent of the fifth generation, third son of Daniel Sargent. From a 
miniature, the property of Miss Margaret Sargent Whitney, her great 
granddaughter. 



53. JAMES SWAN, father of Christiana Keadie, wife of John Tur- 
ner Sargent of the fifth generation; born in Fifeshire, Scotland, 1754; 
died in Paris, France, 183D. From a painting by Stuart, the property 
of Miss Ehzabeth H. Bartol. 

54. HEPZIBAH CLARK, wife of James Swan and mother of Chris- 
tiana Keadie, wife of John Turner Sargent of tiie fifth generation. 
From a painting by Stuart, the property of Miss Elizabeth H. Bartol. 

55. JOHN TURNER SARGENT of the sixth generation, oldest son 
of John Turner Sargent, third son of Daniel Sargent; born and died in 
Boston 18U7-1877. From life. 

56. HENRY JACKSON SARGENT of the sixth generation, second 
son of Juhn Turner Sargent, third son of Daniel Sargent; born and 
died in* Boston 18U8-1867. From a painting by Chester Harding, the 
property of William Worthen Appleton, husband of his daughter, Anna 
Debiois Sargent. 

57. HENRY JACKSON SARGENT of the seventh generation, oldest 
child of Henry Jackson Sargent of the sixth generation; born in Bos- 
ton 1834; commander of a clipper ship at twenty-one; lost with his 
ship, the Emily C. Starr, in the China Sea in 1862. From a daguerre- 
otype the property of the widow of his brother, Francis Williams 
Sargent. 

58. HOWARD SARGENT of the sixth generation, youngest son of 
John Turner Sargent, third son of Daniel Sargent; born and died in 
Boston 1810-1872. From a painting by Chester Harding, the property 
of his daughter Ella, widow of Daniel Oakey. 

59. HENRY SARGENT of the fifth generation, fourth son of Daniel 
Sargent; born in Gloucester 1776; died in Boston 1845. From a painting 
by himself, the property of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. 

60. HENRY WINTHROP SARGENT of the sixth generation, son 
of Henry Sargent, fourth son of Daniel Sargent; born in Boston 1810; 
died in Fishkill Landing (now Beacon) New York, 1882. From life. 

61. WINTHROP HENRY SARGENT of the seventh generation, eon 
of Henry Winthrop Sargent of the sixth generation, son of Henry 
Sargent, fourth son of Daniel Sargent; born in New York 1840; died 
in North East Harbor, Maine, 1916. From life. 

62. JOHN TURNER WELLES SARGENT of the sixth generation, 
son of Henry Sargent, fourth son of Daniel Sargent; born in Dorches- 
ter, Massachusetts, 1813; died in Boston 1877. From a painting by his 
father, the property of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. 



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63. WINTHROP SARGENT of the fifth generation, fifth son of 
Daniel Sargent; born and died in Boston 1783-1808. From a painting 
by his brother Henry Sargent, the property of his great nephew, 
Charles Sprague Sargent. 

64. WINTHROP SARGENT of the fifth generation, fifth son of 
Daniel Sargent; born and died in Boston 1783-1808. From a painting 
by his brother Henry Sargent, the property of his great nephew, 
Sullivan Amory Sargent. 

65. LUCIUS MANLIUS SARGENT of the fifth generation, sixth 
and youngest son of Daniel Sargent; born in Boston 1786; died in Rox- 
bury, Massachusetts, 1867. From a miniature by Alvin Clark, the prop- 
erty of his grandson, Sullivan Amory Sargent. 

66. LUCIUS MANLIUS SARGENT of the fifth generation. In his 
library in Roxbury. From life. 

67. LUCIUS MANLIUS SARGENT of the fifth generation. From 
a portrait by Alvin Clark, made probably about 1856, the property of 
his great granddaughter, Hetty Appleton Sargent (Mrs. F. L. Higgin- 
son, Jr.) 

68. HORACE BINNEY SARGENT of the sixth generation, elder 
son of Lucius Manlius Sargant, si.xth and youngest son of Daniel Sar- 
gent; born in Boston 1821; died in Santa Barbara, California, 1908. 
From a portrait by Alvin Clark, made probably about 1856, the prop- 
erty of his granddaughter, Hetty Appleton Sargent (Mrs. F. L. Hig- 
ginson, Jr ) 

69. LUCIUS MANLIUS SARGENT of the sixth generation, younger 
80n of Lucius Manlius Sargent, sixth and youngest son of Daniel Sar- 
gent; born in Boston 1826; killed in battle near Bellfield, Virginia, 
December 9, 1864. From life. 

Paul Dudley Sargent, eighth son of Epes Sargent, 
and his descendants 

70. PAUL DUDLEY SARGENT of the fourth generation; eighth 
son of Epes Sargent of the third generation; born in Salem, Massachu- 
setts, 1745; died in Sullivan, Maine, 1827. From a sketch by John 
Trumbull, the property of Mrs. Charles Harrison Tweed, widow of his 
great great grandson. 

71. LUCY SAUNDERS, wife of Paul Dudley Sargent of the fourth 
generation, and daughter of Hon. Thomas Saunders, 1729-1744, of 
Gloucester; born in Gloucester, 1752; died in Sullivan, Maine, 1840. 



72. CATHERINE WINTHROP SARGENT of the fifth generation, 
second child of Paul Dudley Sargent of the fourth generation and wife 
of Theodore Jones; born in Amherst, New Hampshire, 1775; died in Sul- 
livan, Maine, 1848. From a portrait. 

73. CHARLES HARRISON TWEED of the eighth generation, 
great grandson of Catherine Winthrop Sargent of the fifth generation, 
second child of Paul Dudley Sargent of the fourth generation, and wife 
of Theodore Jones; born in Calais, Maine, 1844; died in New York, 1917. 

Ann Sargent, seventh child of William Sargent second, 
and sister of Epes Sargent, and her descendants 

74. ANN SARGENT of the third generation, daughter of William 
Sargent of the second generation, sister of Epes Sargent and wife of 
Nathaniel Ellery of Gloucester; born and died in Gloucester, 1692-1782. 
From a painting by Copley owned by Mrs. N. Martin Rogers. 

75. RACHEL STEVENS ELLERY of the fifth generation, born 
and died in Gloucester 175U 1833, granddaughter of Ann Sargent of the 
third generation, and wife of Daniel Rogers. From a pastel made 
probably about 1780 by Benjamin Blyth. 

76. DANIEL ROGERS, husband of Rachel Stevens Ellery of the 
fifth generation; born in Kittery, New Hampshire, 1734; died in Glouces- 
ter, 1880; a prominent merchant of Gloucester. From a pastel made 
probably about 1780 by Benjamin Blyth. 

77. JOHN STEVENS ELLERY of the sixth generation, great 
grandson of Ann Sargent of the third generation; born in Gloucester 
1773; died in Jamaica Plain (Boston) 1845. From a painting by Stuart, 
the property of his great nephew Charles Sprague Sargent. 

78. HARRISON ELLERY of the seventh generation, great great 
grandson of Ann Sargent; born in Gloucester 1841; died in Brookline, 
Massachusetts, 1919. From life about 1912. 



79. Gloster House built by Winthrop Sargent of the fifth genera- 
tion near Natchez, Mississippi, and occupied by him and later by his 
son George Washington, and his grandson George until 1880. 

80. House built by Daniel Sargent of the fourth generation on Main 
Street, Gloucester, and occupied by him and later by his son Ignatius. 

81. House on Main Street, Gloucester, occupied by Ann Sargent of 
the third generation, wife of Nathaniel Ellery, 1683-1761. 



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82. House on Front Street, Gloucester, built and occupied by John 
Stevens Ellery of the fifth generation; born and died in Gloucester, 
1748-1797, grandson of Ann Sargent of the third generation, wife of 
Nathaniel Ellery, 1683 1761. 

83. Wodenethe on the Hudson River, at Beacon, New York, the home 
of Henry Wihthrop Sargent of the sixth generation and of his son 
Winthrop Henry from 1841 to 1916. 

84. Grave of Mary Duncan, born in Boston, 1657, died in Glouces- 
ter 1725, wife of William Sargent of the second generation, and mother 
of Epes Sargent; in the Bridge Street Cemetery, Gloucester. 

85. Grave of Epes Sargent of the third generation; in the Bridge 
Street Cemetery, Gloucester. 

86. Monument over the grave of Paul Dudley Sargent of the fourth 
generation; on the shore of Frenchman's Bay, Sullivan, Maine. 

87. Grave of Judith Sargent (Mrs. Murray) of the fifth generation; 
on Saint Catherine's Creek between the Vale and the Fatherland Plan- 
tations, near Natchez, Mississippi. 

83. Family burying-ground of Winthrop Sargent of the fifth gener- 
ation; near Natchez, Mississippi. 

89. Commission to Epes Sargent of the third generation as Justice 
of the Peace in the County of Esse.x, Province of Massachusetts Bay 
on the nineteenth day of December, 1720, issued by Samuel Shute, Cap- 
tain General and Governor in Chief in and over said Province at Boston. 
Facsimile of the original the property of Mary Sargent Hoffmann, great 
great, great granddaughter of Epes Sargent. 

90. Commission of Major in the Regiment of Militia in the County 
of Essex issued to Epes Sargent, April, 1729, by William Dummer, Esq., 
Lieutenant Governor & Commander-in-Chief in and over His Majesty's 
Province of the Massachusetts Bay in New England &. Facsimile of 
the original, the property of Winthrop Sargent, great great great 
grandson of Ei)es Sargent. 

91. Commission as Colonel of the Ist Regiment of Militia of the 
County of Essex issued to Paul Dudley Sargent, September 26, 1778, 
and signed by John Avery, Depty. Sec. Facsimile of the original pre- 
served in the Records of the State of Massachusetts. 



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92. Book-plates of 

1. Epes Sargent of the fourth generation, by Paul Revere. 

2. Lucius Manlius Sargent of the fifth generation. 

3. Winthrop Sargent of the fifth generation, son of Daniel 

Sargent. 

4. Ignatius Sargent of the fifth generation, son of Daniel 

Sargent, by Joseph Callender. 

5. Winthrop Sargent of the fifth generation, son of Winthrop 

Sargent, by Joseph Callender. 

93. Hatchment with the Parsons impaling the Sargent Arms em- 
broidered by Mary Parsons, 1730-1802, wife of Nathaniel Ellery, 1726- 
1778, son of Ann Sargent, 1692-1782, of the third generation, sister of 
Epes Sargent and wife of Nathaniel Ellery, 1683-1761.