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RICHARD PINKHAM 

OF OLD DOVER 



NEW HAMPSKIRE 



AND HIS DESCENDANTS 

EAST AND WEST 



BY 

Rev. Charles Nelson Sinnett 



CONCORD, N. H. 
RUMFORD PRINTING COMPANY 

1908 



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INTRODUCTION. 



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Richard Pinkham, the ancestor of many families in New Eng- 
land and the West, was at Dover Point, N. H., as early as 1640, 
and no doubt arrived there at an earlier date. Of all the legends 
in various branches of the family that he was accompanied by two 
brothers who settled at other points in New Hampshire, that able 
'^ historian, Rev. Dr. A. H. Quint of Dover, N. H., has well said, 
\ "There is not a grain of historical evidence to support them." 
I The writer of this book examined all these legends with care and 
\ found them with strong points of difference in various branches 
Vv of the Pinkham family, many of them asserting that this band of 
»S^^ brothers came to America a hundred years after the ancestor Rich- 
\ ard had landed here. The ancestor stands out as a figure 
NN of clear and sturdy worth. The family traditions are quite unan- 
N; imous in claiming that this ancestor, Richard Pinkham, came 
3 from the Isle of Wight. This, however, has no historical proof. 
\N^ If he came in the good ship James in 1633, he was evidently, like 
<Oniost of her colonists, from the west coast of England. 

It seems highly probable to all who have given this matter 
earnest study that Richard Pinkham came with the famous col- 
^ ony which Captain (Richard) Wiggins (Wiggans in the old 
i records) brought from England in 1633. He has the same sturdy 
characteristics of the other colonists, "many of whom bore names 
which are famous in history. In 1631 this Captain Wiggins was 
sent to what is now Dover Point, N. H., to superintend the affairs 
of the colonists. In about a year he returned to England to se- 
. cure ample means for carrying on the "plantation." "Meanwhile, 
the merchants of Bristol, England, had sold out their interest in 
these lands to Lords Say and Brooke, George Willys and William 
^^ Whiting, who continued Wiggins in the agency. For the 'planta- 
tion' a number of families were procured in the west of England, 
'Some of whom were of good estates and of some account for re- 
ligion.' Governor Winthrop of Massachusetts gives the following 
description of the coming of these people to Salem, Mass., on Oct. 
10, 1633: 'The good ship James, which was but eight weeks be- 
tween Graveseiyi and Salem, brought Captain Wiggins and about 
thirty, with one Mr. Leverich, a godly minister, for the Pascata- 
quack (which Lord Say and Lord Brooke had purchased of the 
Bristol men), and about forty for Virginia, and about twenty for 
this place, and about sixty cattle." This was one of the most 
God-fearing, sturdy bands of colonists which landed in America 
after the coming of the Mayflower. This Captain Wiggins was at 
the head of this colony for some seven years, "having the power 
of Governor hereabouts." 

On the 22d day of October, 1640, the people of Dover, N. H., 
established, or renewed, a formal government. The fourth name 



4 PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 

signed on that wonderful document is tliat of Richard Pinkhame. 
Rev. Dr. Quint designates this document as "Dover's Magna 
Charta." He says: "It antedated in practice by a hundred and 
thirty-six years the principles announced in the Declaration of 
Independence of 1776. A copy of this paper was found in the 
Public Record Office of London, England." Every Pinkham 
should turn with deep interest to such a record as this. 

The next mention of Richard Pinkham in the old Dover, N. H., 
records is equally interesting: "27th of the 9th month, 1648; It 
is this day ordered by a publique Towne meeting that Richard 
Pinkham shall beat the drum on the Lord's Day to give notice for 
the time of meeting, and to sweepe the Meeting house, for the 
which he shall be allowed six bushels of Indian corn for his pay 
this yeare, and to be free from rates." It is evident that this re- 
ligious sentry stood long at his carefully chosen post! "No sin- 
ner could assert that he knew not that it was ye Lord's Day, 
while the stirring drum beats were heard far and wide!" The 
musical ability of this man is seen in many of his descendants. 

Rev. Dr. Quint has given this clear statement: "Richard Pink- 
ham appears to have been a man of good character, and had his 
share of public offices. The spot where he early dwelt is said 
to have been the same on which stood the Pinkham garrison, 
which Richard afterwards made into his habitation. The precise 
location of this is easily pointed out, inasmuch as it continued to 
be a dwelling-house until one side of it fell down seven and 
twenty years ago; that event rendered it necessary for the family 
to remove, which they did as soon as possible, into a new house 
standing about five rods from the old one. After passing the 
house of Hanson Roberts on Dover Neck the traveler will notice a 
lane on the west side of the road leading towards the river. On the 
north side of this lane is a house now occupied by Elijah Pinkham, 
a man of more than eighty years, who owns land once owned 
by his ancestor, Richard." (Aft^r the death of this Elijah Pink- 
ham in 1862, the house was occupied by Mr. Charles Thompson, 
who married Rose Pinkham, daughter of Elijah. This old home- 
stead was after this owned by those not of the Pinkham line for 
a short time; it has lately been purchased by Mr. De Orville L. 
Pinkham.) "About four rods west of this home of Elijah Pink- 
ham was the Pinkham garrison house, half of which was taken 
down about two years after the wind had demolished the other 
half. The spot on which the fortress stood in the ancient days a 
few months ago presented the aspect of a flourishing cabbage 
yard!" 

Mr. John Scales, Esq., of Dover, N. H., writes under date of 
Jan. 1, 1908: "The Pinkham garrison was about three-quarters 
of a mile north of the site of the old First Meeting house on 
Dover Neck; it was on the west side of the present road, which 
was called High Street by the early settlers; the garrison was on 
a street called Low Street, which x'an parallel with High Street, 
and was about half-way between High Street and the Back River, 
There is no picture of the garrison; it most resembled the Drew 
garrison. This locality was in plain sight of the old church." 

These particular descriptions of the site of the old Pinkham 
homestead are given in the hope that many readers of this book 



PINKHAM GENEALOGY. O 

Will take pains to visit that beautiful spot which slopes gently 
towards the Bellamy River, and conunands a fine view of that 
stream, and of many other points of interest. I first visited this 
plaee on an October day of rare l)eauty and shall ever keep in 
mind the memories of the scenes of ancient days of sturdy valor 
then called up; admiration of the wise choice of a "home spot" by 
the first Richard IMnkham; memories of the old cemetery, near the 
site of the First Cliurcii, whose headstones are gray and battered 
by the storms wliich iiavo swe])t over them, but which have had 
no power over the influence for good which has extended widely 
over our country from tliese sturdy and true-hearted Pinkhams, 
who have long slept beneath the gray sods. The calls on all the 
Pinkhams who still dwell on historic Dover Neck left memories of 
rare kindness and sunny cheer. Linked with these precious mem- 
ories are those of the evening when, a little later on, before the 
large gathering of the New Hampshire Club of Lynn, Mass., I 
tried to tell the people of what they owed to Richard Pinkham 
and his noble posterity. 

It is well to mark some of the many strong points in the life 
and character of the ancestor, Richard Pinkham, which have 
been illustrated in his descendants through many generations. 

First of all is the true Christian faith of this ancestor. It has 
already been noted that the colony of which he, no doubt, was a 
member, was chosen because the persons composing it "were of 
some account for religion." This Implied a faith which would 
sustain these men on the long voyage across the Atlantic, in the 
midst of the many disappointments and dangers which awaited 
them in a long procession on the "Pascataquack," and which would 
not only sustain them, but impart itself by strong influence to 
other colonists. Hence we find the name of Richard Pinkham on 
that paper which advocates a belief in a God of justice and lib- 
erty. He next stands before us at the door of the old First 
Church in New Hampshire, beating the drum that called to ser- 
vice in sunshine and storm. His broom of evergreen twigs swept 
deftly the interior of that house of the Lord. His help for the 
gifted minister who came on the good ship James with him, and 
for others who followed, was clear and unwavering. His children 
were all of this faithful Christian type. Some of these, and many 
of the grandchildren and descendants of this ancestor, became 
the leaders in the Friends' Church, which was organized at Dover 
at an early date. A very large number of the Pinkhams have 
been members of that church through all its generations. Others 
of the Pinkhams have been faithful members of other churches. 
These instances will be clearly noted in the course of this his- 
tory. It would be hard to find a family that has in its history 
so many devoted, humble and helpful Christians. 

Some of the earlier Pinkhams were led to the Friends' Church 
by the earnest preaching of the missionaries which the Quakers 
sent to America. Others went thither because the Quakers bore 
with such true Christian faith the bitter persecutions which were 
heaped upon them. But their strong membership in that church 
of the Friends had its deepest roots in the fact that the ancestor's 
teaching had been, "Always follow where the Spirit of God and 
Duty leads you!" It was this principle which had led the Pink- 



6 PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 

ham ancestor from home scenes full of brightness and joy to 
shores shadowed by shaggy forests and lurking Indian foes. 
From the first Dover Point had unfolded to its explorers many dis- 
appointments. "Martin Pring had sailed up the Piscataqua at an 
early date. His narrative tells us what he met there: 'We found 
goodly groves and woods, . . . sundry sorts of beasts. . 
. But meeting no sassafras (which was then thought to be 
the strong remedy for many diseases), we left these waters.' 
In 1614 Capt. John Smith came up the river, but he also sailed 
away and left the shores to their loneliness. In the spring of 
1623, Edward Hilton, an English gentleman, and his brother, 
William, established themselves on the neck of land now called 
Dover Point, building there two houses, and beginning the first 
permanent settlement in New Hampshire. But the disappoint- 
ments which they met is clear from the fact that in 1630 there 
were but three houses in all that part of the country." In her 
fine article on "Old Dover, N. H.." in the Ncic England Magazine 
for September, 1897, Caroline H. Garland thus writes and has well 
said: "The first comers here expected to find unexhausted sup- 
plies of silver and gold. In the first grants of land a certain pro- 
portion of these is reserved to the crown for 'oares' found thereon. 
When no gold appeared, the settlers tried the planting of vine- 
yards, only to find that New Hampshire is not a grape-growing 
country." Richard Pinkham and his neighbors met various dis- 
appointments like these, but their faith, though it flickered now 
and then in the strong gusts of adversity, never lost its glow. 
One can well think that the wise Richard Pinkham counselled 
again and again, "We came here at the call of duty; it was no 
evil voice that urged us on; here we will remain; good will come 
from this voyage which we have made!" And while some colon- 
ists went back to England, the Pinkhams, with the Hiltons, Wal- 
drons and many more, staid on Dover Neck. 

Out of this faith naturally grew the counsel of Richard Pink- 
ham to his children and others in his old age, "This home is on a 
beautiful slope to the river, but do not forget the land from which 
I came when Duty called me. If Duty shall beckon you, or here 
or there, fail not to take your canoes at the bi'ink of yonder 
stream, or to thread your way through the dark forests to the 
north." 

Hence we find in all branches of the Pinkham family a heed to 
this wise precept. Many sections of the family turned to Mame 
from Dover Neck, or to inland towns of New Hampshire, etc. 
They always chose beautiful sites for their homes; here they 
loved to linger, but the call of Duty has been heeded so thoroughly 
through the generations of this strong old family that they are 
scattered all over our country from ocean to ocean. Today, in the 
midst of broad prairies, or beautiful orange gi'oves, or by the 
waves that are calling them to look well on the ocean that has 
yielded them much wealth, many are planning a journey into the 
midst of disappointments which they will meet as heroically as 
their ancestor, Richard, met his cares on Dover Point, because 
their belief is firm in God and His wise leading. Other Pink- 
hams still abide on Dover Neck, and in other old home places, 
where the fathers have dwelt, and no tales of gold and gain can 



PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 7 

lure them away; the Duty that they heed is a hand that points 
to the placid river, wliite-capped bay, or the sunny fields and 
mountains. 

In this characteristic is traced one which has ever marked the 
Pinkhani senorations — a wise survey of all the points in any 
matter which has strongly appealed to them. "Slow, of choice," 
they have often been called. This has been frequently manifest 
in their love stories. Hence we find many Pinkhams marrying 
at no early date in life, and after courtships of many moons. 
But the result has been the happy unions which have seen golden 
weddinjis of rare joy. The slow choice of a life-work has been 
marked by the same shining successes. In my native town we 
were admonished, "Never bother a Pinkham when he is think- 
ing." They were on their way to great spaces of light! 

In my story, "The Easter Drum," which follows this sketch, I 
have pointed out the keen wit which marked the Pinkham ances- 
tor. This story is not moulded altogether on historical lines, but 
is given as an illustration of what has been preserved in many 
legends, and in the many generations of this sturdy old family. 
This has never been a wit which has burst out in peals of laugh- 
ter. It has been that which gave a merry twinkle to the eyes 
of blue or gray, and the making of plans which have ended in 
the foiling of wily purposes and foes of desperate type. Many 
garrison houses on Dover Point were captured by the Indians, 
though wise ones guarded them well. No savage foe ever swung 
his tomahawk inside the garrison of Richard Pinkham. When 
the winds assailed it after long yeai-s a half of its strong timbers 
stood in place. The builder was as witty with tools as he was in 
matching the plans of the Indians. In hundreds of towns all over 
our broad land the Pinkham wit of the ancestral type has been 
well known. 

The ancestor was a man of learning and was constantly adding 
to his stores of knowledge. Among his descendants this charac- 
teristic has been clearly seen. In those who have given all their 
time to study, teaching, etc., there has always been grand success. 
On old farms and on ships that made their way to all parts of the 
world, Pinkhams of quiet ways have been met whose stores of 
knowledge have been a surprise as great as the joy and help 
which they have given to all neighborhoods where they have 
dwelt, or ports to which they have sailed. And this has ever 
been given without any shadow of boasting, for the ti'ue Pinkham 
has been like the ancestor of my story when the minister urged 
him to speak, "I did only what I thought was my duty;" what- 
ever they had they counted only as a trust to be used for the help- 
ing of others. 

And it is a source of deepest gratitude that, with such a will- 
ingness to share with others, the Pinkhams have been given such 
a numerous line of descendants with long life-leases. It was in 
1671 that the ancestor, Richard Pinkham, gave the bulk of his 
property to his son, John, who engaged to support him. He was 
then an old man, and is supposed to have lived for some years 
after that date. His sons lived to a good old age. Among the 
descendants are many examples of this wonderful hardihood, 
and not only in the Pinkhams, but in those about them whom 



8 PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 

they seem often to have inspired to many fresh holds on life. A 
Maine paper stated a few years ago: "There are about twenty 
people in Maine who have reached the age of 100 years, and four 
of these bear the name of Pinkham. Mrs. Emma Abbott Pink- 
ham of Boothbay, Me., was 102 years old; T. D. Pinkham of 
Harpswell, Me., is past 100; Mrs. Eliza A. Pinkham of Mill- 
bridge, Me., celebrated her 101st birthday in January last; and 
now Uncle Thomas Pinkham, 104 years old, has just moved from 
Pittston to Gardiner, Me., and he has lately proved that he can 
do about as much work as the younger folks." 

The sturdy patriotism of Ancestor Richard Pinkham has been 
well preserved among his descendants. Revolutionary and other 
war records are not numerous in the annals of this family. This 
is because of the adherence to the teaching of the Friends' Church, 
of which so many of them were members; but there is deep truth 
in the thought, "The prayers of a few Quakers are equal to a 
battalion of soldiers!" The records of the Pinkhams who bore 
arms for their country are of an exceedingly interesting char- 
acter. Other strong characteristics of the Pinkham ancestor will 
be noted by all who study these pages, and observe the men and 
women who are so fortunate as to be of Pinkham descent. 

(The following story was published in the New England Maga- 
ziue for April, 1905. Many copies of this magazine were soon 
bought by the members of the Pinkham family, who wished for 
this sketch of their ancestor. The article is herewith reprinted 
for the sake of the scores who were unable to secure a copy of the 
magazine, and at the urgent request of those who had the story 
and wished for more copies, and for all the members of the family 
to have an opportunity of reading what seemed to well set forth 
the characteristics of the first Richard Pinkham. The editor of 
the New England Magazine kindly gave his permission for the use 
of this story in this family history.) 

THE EASTER DRUM. 
By ChabI/ES N. Sinnett. 

As Richard Pinkham passed under the great trees on Dover 
Neck, a bright flash of sunshine fell upon his pathway. But when 
he looked up he did not pause in his quiet, sturdy stride. There 
was no peering to see what evergreen branch had yielded to the 
strong touch of the wind, and let the dancing beams in among 
the dusky shadows. His glance went straight to the patch of 
blue sky above the treetops. His face quickly lost the faint 
touch of surprise which had marked it. Then the blue eyes grew 
darker and little twinkles of merriment challenged the sunbeams 
which once more glinted on his way like signals which he would 
do well to heed. 

As he strode on, black eyes flashed messages across the ferns, 
which began slowly to straighten themselves where the young 
man's footsteps had touched them. The Indian on the right hand 
side of the forest trail questioned with his glances. 

"Is that the paleface whom you saw laud from the vessel at the 
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And the nod of the head on the other side of the path answered, 
"The very same." And his query was, as his grasp tightened on 
his tomahawk, "Did I not tell you aright that he was a youth on 
whom we need to keep close watch?" 

At this the black eyes which were interviewed flashed in har- 
mony with the nodding head that slowly lifted itself from behind 
the great hemlock. 

Then the two Indians whispered excitedly together as Richard 
Pinkham went on to see where he would improve the farm which 
was to bear his name from that far old year. 

"He is not so sturdy as many of the palefaces who come here." 

"No. but he has a way of lifting up his face so that he can look 
into the sky — and then he goes straight on." 

"He does not talk so much as the others who came from over 
the seas, you said?" 

"No, when he speaks his words hit the mark! But he talks 
best with the twinkles in his eyes, which are like the glints of 
the sun on the clear waters of the Cocheco. I have watched him 
when the other palefaces were busy with hot words, and one of 
those looks stopped what might have been a bitter strife." 

"Yet he does not seem to be proud of his thoughts and suc- 
cesses?" 

"Ah, no. He seems to look above, as we do when the Great 
Spirit helps us in our hunting. Yet he will lead the people with 
a strong hand." 

"And he will push us from these, the hunting grounds of our 
fathers, if we do not watch him with tomahawks well sharpened." 

"Yes; but we will not let him twinkle us about as he does the 
palefaces." 

Then the countenances of the Indians grew hard with decision. 
Richard Pinkham's steps and acts must not only be watched by 
them, but by the keen eyes of many another l)rave. And tliis 
compact was steadily adhered to by the red men up and down 
the Cocheco and Piscataqua. 

They had judged well of this stout-hearted colonist. Though 
he was nnich younger than the majority of those who came from 
England on the good ship Jamei<, he became a quiet and forceful 
leader in some of the most important plans and enterprises in 
those early days. His is the fourth name on that paper dated 
the 22d of October, 1640, which has well been called Dover's 
Magna Charta, and of which Rev. Dr. Quint has well said: "It 
antedated in practice by a hundred and thirty-six years, the prin- 
ciples announced in the Declaration of Independence in 1776." 
The copy of thj.s paper in the Public Record Office of London, 
England, gives his name with the quaint spelling of that day, 
Richard Pinkhame. 

In the plans for building the first church on Dover Neck he 
had a wise and large part. He hewed more than one of the great 
logs which went into its framework. In the old Dover records 
stands that entry which sets forth the great value which the 
colonists placed upon his faithfulness in the care of this impor- 
tant building: 

"27 of the 9th month, 1648. 

"It is this day orderetl at a Publique Towne Meeting that 



10 PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 

Ricliard Pinkham shall beat the drum on the Lord's Day to give 
notice of the time of meeting, and to sweepe the meeting house, 
for the which he shall be allowed six bushels of Indian corn for 
his pay this yeare and to be free from rates." 

Now, when the watching Indians saw Richard Pinkham go to 
the meeting-house with his, to them, mysterious drum, and when 
they heard its sturdy, solemn call sound far and wide, so that 
"no sinner might say he knew not it was the Lord's Day," their 
eyes flashed with indignation and wonder. 

The full meaning of the music they could not understand. But 
they saw clearly that this call was more potent than all other mes- 
sages ever given on Dover Neck. It was like the twinkles in the 
blue eyes of Richard Pinkham which they had marked so well. 

Men and women at once came to the doors of their log houses 
and then made ready to go where the drumbeats summoned them. 
Children needed to be told but once of the mission of the faithful 
sentinel at the door of the meeting-house. Long before the time 
for service arrived, the rough benches in the church were occu- 
pied, and a little time later there was but scanty standing room 
left. The faint smoke curling above the settlers' houses told 
plainly that there was no one there to stir the fires. 

Just what the people did in that quaint service the Indians 
could not tell. But it was clear that thither the people would 
continue to flock on the morning of every seventh day. It was 
plain to see that a happier and sturdier look was on the faces 
of these worshippers when they went homeward. They walked 
closer together. The call of the drum was helping to mould the 
people in strength and integrity, of which Richard Pinkham was 
a stronger inspiration than even the minister of learned ways. 

The Indians marked well that, in their homeward walks, the 
worshippers glanced often at the woods and rivers. The word 
passed from one watching brave to another, "They mean to keep 
on cutting down our trees and taking our fish from the bright 
waters, until all these shall be under their clutch." 

Some of the Indians tossed their heads in scorn as they noticed 
looks of anxiety on the faces of their companions, and here and 
there a shade of fear. 

They sent scornful thoughts whizzing upon these "squaws" like 
vindictive arrows. "Thex-e is only one drum like that among the 
palefaces. And that bellowing circle is so easy for us to lift and 
fling into the river. Or it could be crushed with one blow from 
the tomahawk. An Indian could in a second snap the little 
sticks that roll out that mischief upon the woods and waters. 
And how quickly the flames could make of all this nonsense a 
handful of quivering ashes which the winds would blow far 
away over the treetops! After that the palefaces would come 
but little together, and their jealousies and follies would be like 
wedges with which they rend the great logs apart. Then the 
braves could more surely creep upon them unawares, and what 
was left of all this thieving company would be glad to hurry away 
again aci'oss the seas." 

But still the mysterious spell of the drum grew stronger upon 
the settlers on Dover Neck. So, while bands of Indians agreed 
that it must be destroyed, and larger councils gave the same de- 



PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 11 

cision, the weeks slipped by before the plan was made which it 
was judged would forever stop the call from Richard Pinkham 
and his sturdy drum. But this plan was thought to be so strong 
that grim laughter echoed along the waters where it was certain 
no paleface fisherman would be seen when the summer winds 
played with the ripples. 

The plan was this: The log house of Richard Pinkham was 
to be carefully watched. When he was gone, his coveted drum 
should be taken away. But this capture had best be made on the 
day before the drumbeats were expected at the church door. 
The place of the drum was to be filled with something exactly 
its size, and above it spread the cloth with which Richard Pink- 
ham always covered it so carefully. Then he would not know 
that it was gone until the Sabbath. The drum itself must be 
spared from the dusky hands which longed at once to destroy it. 
In sight of the church a fire should be made ready for quick 
.kindling. Then, with a shout which would cause the palefaces 
to look eagerly thither, the drum would be tossed into the greedy 
flames, and the settlers would view in dismay the destruction of 
that which they prized- so much. Then the news of this would 
be passed on and the other settlers would not plant many acres 
of ground that year. 

And on a Saturday afternoon when Richard Pinkham went up 
the forest path to the church, the di'um was carried away and 
everything made ready for the coming day. 

The two braves who watched young Pinkham on his return 
home saw him by the glow of the logs in the fireplace, glance 
about the room, and lift his face towards the stars which sparkled 
so brightly above the roof. But the twinkle in his eyes was so 
much brighter than they had seen there befoi'e that one of the 
watchers raised himself tall and determined under the force of 
the thought: "He is such a crafty man that we shall never be 
wholly safe until his scalp dangles in some of our wigwams!" 

But for the restraint of his companion the Indian would have 
at once taken the drummer's life. The dissatisfaction spread to 
the other Indians when they saw Richard Pinkham walk to the 
church as usual on Sunday morning. It was true that he had no 
drum with him, but he strode on as cheerily and sturdily as he 
had done on the other Lord's Days. He nodded happily to all the 
settlers whom he saw upon his way. His gaze sought the sky 
free from all shades of doubt and care. What could this mean? 

And all the Indians in their hiding places, near where they 
expected the fire would forever quell the power of the drum, 
watched in wonder as Richard Pinkham lifted the great wooden 
latch on the meeting-house door. And when the young man came 
out again with a drum held firmly before him with a leather strap 
their excitement knew no bounds. Then, when the clear, sonor- 
ous tones rang out until it seemed that Richard was beating 
two drums instead of one, some of the Indians were full of fear. 
What strange spell was the paleface using? And where would be 
the end of its power? 

"Break this charm at once," commanded the chief, whose word 
was law. Then, with yells of demons, as they saw young Pink- 
ham and others looking towards them, they threw the drum into 



12 PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 

the greedy blaze, and began their wild dance in a close circle 
about it. This was but for a moment, however. There was a 
quick flash in the midst of the fire and then an explosion so loud 
that the echoes ran rioting through the forest. Some of the In- 
dians were caught by the red tongues of fire and others were 
dashed upon the rough ground. All who could do so ran for 
their canoes on the river's bank with such wild yells as no settler 
on Dover Point had heard before. They paddled across the 
waters in haste, and did not rest until they had plunged into the 
deepest forest shadows, and their lingering terror held them away 
from harming a settler's home or life for many months; it was a 
shield between Dover and many an Indian onslaught. 

Meanwhile, that Sabbath morning, Richard Pinkham stood at 
the door of the meeting-house with the merriment flashing from 
his blue eyes. And louder, clearer, sounded the drumbeats which 
brought the people in haste from their cabins. Had not the drum 
been committed to his charge? Though all the trees on Dover 
Neck trembled in the throes of an earthquake, he knew his post 
and clear was his pathway of duty. And when the people led as 
captives what few Indians that were living by the fire, their 
growing wonder to know all which had happened brought them 
hurriedly to where the faithful drummer stood. 

When the minister had communed a little with Richard Pink- 
ham, he raised his hands and commanded silence among his rest- 
less, wide-eyed flock. After a brief prayer, he said, with strong 
emphasis: "In such an hour as this, our sturdy. God-fearing 
Richard Pinkham ought to speak, and with his own blameless 
tongue tell us what wonders he hath wrought by the guidance of 
Him who hath brought us across the seas. But he says this is the 
work committed unto me, though he hath charged me to be chary 
in my chronicle of his acts. He says his duty lies with the drum. 

"And truly no man ever did such duty with more punctilious 
care — as if the eyes of the Almighty ever regarded him. But the 
story of what he hath wrought will be a growing cause of thank- 
fulness here, as long as yon river sweeps on to the sea. Truly 
the Almighty sent our Richard Pinkham to us. His sturdy an- 
cestors won the noble coat-of-arms which many of you have seen 
in old England. But his deeds are lustier than all theirs! 

"Ye know well what day this is — the Easter Sabbath. On this 
day our Lord and Master rose from the dark tomb that we might 
arise from our black sins and slothfulness into lives of purity 
and helpful deeds. It was for this day's honor that Richard 
Pinkham made, in the quiet which no man's voice pierced, this 
drum whose call ye have heard for the first time this Lord's Day. 
It was made with rare skill in the sacred shadows of this house 
of God. Ye see how much larger it is than the drum which he 
hath been accustomed to beat so zealously." 

And then a smile glowed on the minister's face as he went on : 

"He is a truly God-fearing man, and hath used all the keen wit 
with which the Almighty hath endowed him, for the weal of our 
colony. Just how he knew he hath not told me, but he was sure 
that the lurking savages meant to despoil his other drum. So, 
during the week days, he hath for a considerable space kept in it 
a goodly store of powder. And you have heard its voice shout 
out in the midst of the fire vengeance upon the bands of Amalek!" 



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"I strove only to do what seemed my duty," said Richard Pink- 
ham modestly, as the faces of all the people were turned to his 
in wondering admiration. "And it is the strong hand of the Lord 
which hath rolled the burden of danger and fear from us. Praise 
ye Him this glad Easter Day!" 

"Let all the people praise Him," said the minister. And the 
woods on Dover Neck echoed the deep and glad "Amen!" 

(I have been asked so many questions about the Pinkhams in 
England, and their coat-of-arms mentioned in the foregoing story, 
that I have placed in the Appendix of this book some records of 
this nature, kindly furnislunl by Mr. Willabe Haskell, who for a 
long time was Librarian of Yale University. He has been a very 
faithful helper in the making of this history.) 



SECTION ONE. 

THE PINKHAM FAMILY ON DOVER NECK, NEW HAMPSHIRE. 

(Great help in these early Records was received from 
Rev. Dr. A. H. Quint.) 
(1) Ancestor Richard Pinkham; first mentioned as a resident of 
Dover Neck, N. H., 1640; he no doubt came there much earlier 
than that; in 1671 he conveyed the bulk of his property to his 
son, John, who engaged to support him; he is supposed to iiave 
lived for some time after that; he was one of the constables; a 
man of sturdy character and helpful influence; it is said that 
his wife, Julia, was alive in 1688, but her maiden name is not 
given, nor further information regarding her. Of the names of 
the children. Rev. Dr. Quint has well said: "We know of only 
three, Richard Pinkham, John Pinkhams, Thomas Pinkham-, 
He was taxed on Dover Neck, N. H., in 1647-'48, and tlien van- 
ishes from the records. Nothing has been found to support the 
various theories which have been advanced in regard to him. 
It is very likely that he died soon after 1647-48." 

(2) Richard Pinkham was a carpenter and lived on Dover Neck, 
N. H., owning a lot fronting on the High Street. He m. Eliza- 
beth Leighton, daughter of the second Thomas Leighton, a 
noble choice. On May 2, 1699, Richard Pinkham conveyed the 
High Street premises to Thomas Tibbetts. On May 12, 1709, he 
conveyed to his nephew, Amos Pinkham, land which formerly 
belonged to the first Thomas Leighton. Feb. 22, 1736-37, he 
conveyed land to his son, Tristram; also on Feb. 11, 1748-49. 
On Dec. 2, 1730-31, he conveyed to his son, Richard, Lot No. 70 
in the first division at Rochester, N. H. On April 18, 1699, he 
received land from Thomas Leighton, eldest son and heir to 
Thomas, deceased, grandson of Thomas Leighton first, and 
brother to Elizabeth Leighton, wife of Richard Pinkham. 
Richard Pinkham and his wife, Elizabeth Leighton, had chil- 
dren: 

(3) Richard. (3) Tristram. 

(3) John Pinkham, b. Aug. 19, 1696. 

« * * * • 

(3) Richard Pinkham; d. at Nantucket, Mass., 1718; he is said 
to have gone^to Nantucket, Mass., in the good ship Rochester 
about 1680; m., 1683, Mary Coffin, b. Dover, N. H., April 18, 
1665; d. Feb. 1, 1741; daughter of Hon. James Coffin and Mary 
Severance. (See the fuller records of the children and de- 
scendants in Section Scco)id of this Pinkham History.) 
* * * * * 

(3) Tristram Pinkham; his name is spelled Trestram in some 
of the old records; he is called a husbandman; m. Martha 
Hays, b. Dover, N. H., Aug. 16, 1721; daughter of Samuel Hays 
and Leah . On Dec. 2. 1730-31, his father conveyed 



16 PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 

land to him; also on Feb. 11, 1748-49. "Dec. 8. 1746, Samuel 
Hays of Dover, N. H., husbandman, in consideration of him 
and the natural affection which I have and do bear imto my 
daughter, Martha, wife of Tristram Pinkham, by deed, give 
her a tract of land consisting of eight acres, being in the same 
Dover aforesaid, on the south side of the Bellimon's Bank 
River, and on the southerly side of the road that leads over 
West Bridge, a little to the eastward of the south bridge, etc." 
No full account of the children of Tristram Pinkham could 
be secured. According to the best records that could be gath- 
ered, two sous of Tristram Pinkham emigratetl to Steuben, 
Me. "A great many years ago two brothers, Tristram Pink- 
ham and Richard Pinkham, with their wives, came to Steuben, 
Me., from New Hampshire." The Maine Historical Magazine, 
Vol. VIII. 1893: "Tristram Pinkham and his brother. Rich- 
ard Pinkham, went from Boothbay to Gouldsborough Harbor, 
Me., and built a mill at Long Cove. It is said to have been the 
first mill in the eastern regions. These Pinkham brothers 
moved to Steuben, Me., prior to 1769, to what was called for 
them Pinkham's Bay, and built a tide mill on Piukham's mill 
stream." 

The following are all the records of the descendants of Tris- 
tram Pinkham which could be secured after long search at 
Steuben, Me., by Mrs. Etta G. Whittier. 

***** 
(4) Trustram Pinkham; d. Steuben, Me., Dec. 13, 1825; wife, 
Anne, d. Nov. 13, 1825; daughter of Elder Thomas Leighton. 
(5) Martha Pinkham, b. Dec. 5, 1769. 
(5) Margaret Pinkham. b. May 4, 1772. 
(5) Sarah Pinkham, b. May 25, 1774. 

(5) William Pinkham, b. Oct. 9, 1776; m. Lucv , b. Oct. 

12. 1773. 
(6) Barney Hill Pinkham, b. May 15, 1804; m., 1833, Pa- 

melia Wallace. 
(6) William Pinkham, Jr., b. June 11, 1806; m., Nov. 10, 
1830, Mary Leighton, b. Sept. 6, 1803. 
(7) Enoch Pinkham, b. Aug. 11, 1831; m., 1868, Mary 

Merritt. 
(7) Elva L. Pinkham, b. Aug. 15, 1834; m., 1856, George 

W. Pinkham; resides Steuben, Me. 
(7) Beulah F. Pinkham, b. Dec. 1, 1836; deceased. 
(7) Henry Pinkham, b. May 1, 1841; lives Steuben, Me. 
(6) Priscilla Pinkham, b. Dec. 1, 1800. 
(6) Sally Pinkham, b. Sept. 22, 1811. 
(6) Irena Pinkham. b. April 9, 1814. 

(5) Benjamin Pinkham, b. May 27, 1779; m. Rachel . 

(6) Theodore B. Pinkham, b. Nov. 20, 1802; d. Aug. 11, 1830. 
(6) Andrew Pinkham, b. May 20, 1804. 

(6) Uriah Pinkham. b. April 10, 1806; m.. 1836, Ann Devish, 
b. April 19, 1820. 
(7) Hiram B. Pinkham, b. May 16, 1839; d. June 1, 1864; 

soldier in the Civil War. 
(7) Charles Pinkham, b. Feb. 4, 1838. 



PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 17 

(7) Mary Pinkhani, 1). June 27. 1849.- 
(7) Susan ^iiikham, b. May 29, 1855. 

(6) Samuel Pinkham, b. April 20, 1808; ni., 1834, Sarah 
Royal. 

(6) Benjamin Pinkham, Jr., b. Aug. 1, 1810; d. July 2, 1892; 

m. Susan Loi>,'hton, b. Dec. 1829. 
(7) Alfred F. Pinkham, b. Dec. 6, 1838; d. 18G3. 
(7) Elvira Pinkham, b. Feb. 17, 1841; m., Sept. 2, 18G3, 

Josiab Pinkham; resides Steuben, Me. 
(7) Harris E. Pinjvham, b. April 28, 1843; m. Clara Con- 
nors. 

(8) Edmund C. Pinkham, b. Dec. 2G, 18G9. 

(8) Cora L. Pinkham, b. July 3, 1870. 

(8) Mattie E. Pinkhani, b. June 4, 1872. 

(8) Emerson C. Pinkham, b. Aug. 8, 1874. 

(8) Belinda Pinkham, b. March 5, 187G. 

(8) Elmer H. Pinkhani, b. Nov. IG, 1878. 

(8) Madelia Pinkham, b. May 10, 1880. 

(8) Lester Pinkhani, b. April 15, 1883. 
(7) Lucinda Pinkham, b. April 15, 1846; m. John Colwell. 

(8) Harris Colwell, b. Dec. 12, 188G. 
(7) Gilbert Pinkhani, b. Nov. 20, 1847; resides Harring- 
ton, Me. 

(8) Blanchard A. Pinkham, b. Aug. 15, 1872. 

(8) Llewellyn Pinkham, b. Oct. 10, 1875. 

(8) Susie Pinkham, b. Dec. G, 1878. 

(8) Pearl Pinkham, b. April 15, 1880. 
(7) John Pinkham, b. Nov. 20, 1849. 
(7) Sarah E. Pinkham, b. Aug. 4, 1854; d. 1856. 
(7) James Everett Pinkham, b. Aug. 30, 1855; always 

lived Steuben, Me.; seaman; m., March 23, 1880, Abbie 

Ella Gay, b. Machias, Me., May 2, 1858; daughter of Wil- 
liam Gay and Lucy Leighton. 

(8) Ada L. Pinkham, b. Jan. 7, 1881; d. Dec. 11, 1896. 

(8) Lucy M. Pinkham. b. May 25, 1885; resides West 
Gouldsborough, Me. 

(8) Howard W. Pinkham, b. May 26, 1893. 

(8) Mina C. Pinkham, b. March 27, 1892. 
(7) Ellen Pinkham, b. May 4, 1856. 
(7) Lenora Pinkham, b. Jan. 7, 1859; iii. George Leighton; 

no children. 
(7) Ada Pinkham. b. Feb. 22, 18G5; m. Mr. Lindsay; re- 
sides Winter Harbor. Me. 

(8) Raymond B. Lindsay, b. May 26. 1898. 

(8) Andre-v^ B. Lindsay, b. Dec. 15, 1901. 

(8) Jessie S. Lindsay, b. July 25. 1903. 
(G) Rufus Pinkham, b. April 22. 1812. 
(6) Resilda Pinkham, b. July 29, 1814. 

(6) Joel Pinkham, b. Sept. 5, 1816; m., 1842. Levicia Leigh- 
ton. 

(7) Julia A. Pinkham. b. March 7, 1842. 
(7) Elmira Pinkham, b. May 9, 1845. 
(7) Dolly Pinkham. b. Nov. 25, 1846. 
(7) Emily Pinkham, b. March 25, 1850. 



18 PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 

(7) Emery Pinkham, b. Dec. 4, 1851. 
(7) Lovinia Pinkham, b. Nov. 13, 1853. . 
(7) Joseph F. Pinkham, b. July 13, 1857. 
(7) Mary Pinkham, b. July 22, 1860. 
(6) Hannah Pinkham, b. July 8, 1818. 
(6) Louisa Pinkham, b. Nov. 15, 1820; m., March 3, 1842, 

Patrick Conners. 
(6) Lucy Ann Pinkham, b. Oct. 4, 1822; m., Oct. 12, 1846, 
James Leighton. 

(6) Jordan Pinkham, b. Dec. 25, 1827; m. Catherine , 

b. May 29, 1828. 
(7) Almira Pinkham, b. March 4, 1851; m., 1869, Roscoe 

Stevens. 
(7) Ada Pinkham, b. Sept. 1, 1852. 
(7) Georgianna Pinkham, b. Dee. 20, 1857. 
(7) Guilford Pinkham, b. April 12, 1858. 
(7) Joseph S. Pinkham, b. Aug. 4, 1861. 
(5) Trustram Pinkham, Jr., b. Sept. 12, 1781; d. Nov. 26, 

1825; m. Dolly . 

(6) Susan Pinkham, b. May 10, 1805. 
(7) George Pinkham, b. April 27, 1808. 
(7) Anne Pinkham, b. April 4, 1811. 
(7) Naomy Pinkham, b. Dec. 7, 1814. 
(7) Betsy Pinkham, b. Jan. 8, 1822. 
(5) Susanna Pinkham, b. May 25, 1783; m., May, 1828, Sam- 
uel Davis. 
(5) Richard Pinkham, Jr., b. Dec. 9, 1788; m.> 1815, Eliza- 
beth West, b. Oct. 3, 1794. 

(6) Richard William Pinkham, b. Feb. 15, 1815. 
(6) Anne Pinkham, b. Sept. 29, 1816. 

(6) Mary Pinkham, b. Sept. 15, 1818; m., 1841, Solomon 
Brooks, b. Dec. 4, 1817. 

(7) Geoi'ge W. Brooks. Elizabeth. Ann. Hannah. Al- 
fred. Neyko J. Lida Jane. Imenia. Phida. Clara. 
Hattie. 
(6) Trustram Samuel Pinkham, b. March 20, 1821; m., 1854, 
Mehitable Pinkham. 

(7) Amaziah W. Pinkham, b. Aug. 18, 1855. 
(7) Margaret M. Pinkham, b. Oct. 17, 1857. 
(7) Richard T. Pinkham, b. Oct. 23, 1859. 
(7) Eben A. Pinkham, b. Nov. 2, 1861. 
(6) John H. Pinkham, b. Oct. 4, 1823; d. July 6, 1864; Union 

soldier. 
(6) Oliver Pinkham, b. March 27, 1827; m., April 10, 1851, 

Olive Davis, 
(6) Daniel Bean, b. Dec. 9, 1829; m., 1854, Margaret Leigh- 
ton. 

(7) Gleason W. Pinkham, b. Feb. 20, 1856. 
(7) Eliza Ann Pinkham, b. June 6. 1859; d., Nov. 15, 1864. 
(7) Laura Pinkham, b. June, 1861; deceased; m. Crosby 

Stevens. 
(7) Eunice Pinkham, b. Dec. 12, 1863; m. George M. Spauld- 
ing. 
(5) Thomas Pinkham, b. July 31, 1791; m., Nov. 27, 1814, 
Peggy West. 



PINKHAM GENEALOGY. IP 

(6) Alice Pinkham, b. Sept. 6, 1815. 
(6) Amaziah Pinkham. b. Feb. 20, 1817. 

(6) Edward M. Pinkham. b. May 26. 1819; m., 1846. Marcia 
Hart, b. Oct. 17, 1832; d. Aug., 1866. 

(7) Simon Pinkham, b. July 1, 1848. 

(7) Wilber Pinkham, b. Aug. 11, 1849. 

(7) Amaziah Pinkham, b. Juno 12, 1853. 

(7) Florence Pinkham, b. May 27, 1854; d. 1855. 

(7) Frederick Pinkham, b. Aug. 12, 1856. 

(7) Lewis Pinkham, b. March 16, 1859. 
(6) Warren Pinkliani. b. July 19. 1821. 
(6) Nahum Pinkham, 1). June 2, 1823. 
(6) Ebenezer Pinkham, b. Oct. 17, 1825. 
(6) Catherine Pinkham, b. Feb. 25, 1828. 
(6) Lsaac W. Pinkham, b. April 2, 1830; m., 1854, Bertha 
West. 

(7) Mary A. Pinkham. (7) Rhoda Pinkham. 
* * « >i< « 

(4) Richard Pinkham; d. March 28, 1815; m. Ilrs. Elizabeth 
(Leighton) Davis, widow of Ebenezer Ruel Davis, and 
daughter of Thomas Leighton. 
(5) Mercy (Mary?), b. Sept. 4, 1784. 

(5) Robert Pinkham, b. April 15, 1787; m. Lydia Fernald. 
(6) Ambrose Pinkham, b. Nov. 24, 1822; m., 1848, Martha 

Leighton. 
(6) Ichabod W. Pinkham, b. Dec. 20, 1824; m., Dec. 7, 1847, 
Marian Leighton. 

(7) Alfreda Pinkham, b. Aug. 10, 1849; m. Everett Leigh- 
ton. 
(7) Sarah E. Pinkham, b. May 30, 1853. 
(7) John T. Pinkham, b. June 28, 1857. 
(6) Sabrina W. Pinkham, b. Dec. 10. 1826. 
(6) Henry P. Pinkham, b. April 27, 1829. 

(5) Richard Pinkham. b. Sept. 5, 1790; m. Priscilla , 

b. Dec. 1, 1808. 

(6) Alexander Pinkham, b. April 28, 1836. 
(6) .Tosiah Pinkham, b. 1838; m.. Sept. 2, 1865, Elvira 

Pinkham. 
(6) Delia Pinkham, b. March 10, 1840; d. March, 1863. 
(6) Sarah Pinkham, b. July 2, 1843; d. Nov., 1864. 
(7) Phoebe G. Pinkham, b. March 30, 1850. 
(5) James Pinkham, b. Jan. 18, 1793; m. Hannah Wallace. 
(7) Nancy W. Pinkham, b. Aug. 6, 1823. 
(7) Asa G. Pinkham, b. Oct. 29, 1825. 
(7) Marv E. Pinkham, b. March 12, 1828. 
(7) PlTcebe A. Pinkham, b. Oct. 26, 1831; m., June 19, 1850, 
Henry L. Poland of Bristol, Me.; resides Rockland, Me. 

* * ♦ * ♦ 
(3) John Pinkham, b. Aug. 19, 1690. 

* * * * * 

(2) John Pinkham was the son of the ancestor, Richard Pink- 
ham, to whom he conveyed the bulk of his property in 1671. for 
which John agreed to support his father, and carried out his 



20 PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 

pledge in the most careful and loving manner. He thus took 
possession of the old Pinkham homestead in 1671, just before 
the time when it became necessary for the Pinkhams to build 
their strong garrison house as a protection against the In- 
dians. This was also the critical time when every man must 
carry his gun with him when he went to meeting. This John 
Pinkham was first taxed on Dover Neck, N. H., in 1665. John 
Pinkham to. Rose Otis, daughter of the first Richard Otis. Rose 
Otis* had a most romantic history, being taken captive by the 
Indians in the capture of the Otis garrison and taken to 
Canada with others of the family, and later on ransomed. 
Her father, Richard Otis, was one of the early and influential 
colonists on Dover Neck; he m. as early as 1651, Rose Stough- 
ton, daughter of Anthony Stoughton, and sister of Sir Nicho- 
las Stoughton, Baronet. The line of Rose Otis, as traced, is 
as follows: (1) Richard Otis of Glastonbury, England, who 
made his will on Nov. 17, 1611, and mentions children, 
Stephens, John2, Thomas^, and two daughters2. (2) Stephen 

Otis; m. Elizabeth ; made his will in 1637; mentions, 

two daughters, 3 and Richard, 3 the father of Rose Otis,* who 
married John Pinkham. (2) John Otis, b. Barnstable, 
Devonshire, England, 1581, was the ancestor of the celebrated 
Otis family of Massachusetts, as well as of the famous James 
Otis, the patriot of Revolutionary fame, who was of the 6th 
generation. The Stoughton line of Rose Otis, wife of John 
Pinkham, runs as follows: (1) Thomas Stoughton of Stough- 
ton, Surry, England. (2) Gilbert Stoughton, who m. Mary 
Bambesy. (3) Lawrence Stoughton of Sussex, England, whose 
will was dated May 10, 1571. (4) Thomas Stoughton, b. 1521; 
m. Elizabeth Lewkener, daughter of Edward Lewkener. 
(5) Lawrence Stoughton, b. 1554; d. 1615; m. Rose Cline, 
daughter of Richard Cline of London, England. (6) Sir Nich- 
olas Stoughton. (6) Rose Stoughton, b. Nov., 1629; sent to 
New England by her father, with Captain Stoughton, in 1643; 
m. Richard Otis.3 This line of illustrious families is given, as 
many of the Pinkham descendants know little of it, and as it 
is a subject which it is hoped they will study with much care, 
as in this is given the ample proof of their fine ancestral lines, 
and also of the wise choices which so many Pinkhams have 
made after deliberating on matrimonial affairs. 

On June 19, 1714, John Pinkham gave to his oldest son, 
Richard Pinkham, fifty acres of land in the Cocheco swamps, 
lying along the Bellamy Bank Fresh River. On March 16, 
1721-'22, he gave land to his son, Otis. On July 4. 1716, he 
gave "to my beloved son, Amos Pinkham, certain lands, on 
condition that he pay each of his sisters mentioned five 
pounds." This land and conditions Amos Pinkham conveyed 
to his brother, Otis Pinkham, Aug. 8, 1720. This paper 
may be interesting to readers of this book: 

"To all Christian people to whom this deed of gift shall 
come and appear, John Pinkham, of the town of Dover, in the 
Province of New Hampshire, sendeth greeting. Now know ye 
that I, the above said John Pinkham, for divers causes and 
good considerations me thereunto moving, and as well for the 



PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 21 

natural love, good will, and affections, which I do owe and 
bear my well-beloved son, Amos Piiikham, and for his paying 
the sum of fifteen pounds money to his sisters in the manner 
following — that is, to say — 5 pounds to his sister Rose Can- 
ney (Kenney); and 5 pounds money to his sister, Elizabeth 
Pinkham, and 5 pbunds money to his sister Sarah Pinkliam; 
all to be paid in money, or other good species at money prices 
to their good satisfaction within two years and one day next 
after my decease; which I have given and granted unto my 
aforesaid son, Amos Pinkham; and of these presents do give, 
grant, bargain, sell, enfeoff, alien, assign, assure, sett over. 
Deliver and Confirm, unto my aforesaid son, Amos Pinkham, 
and to his heirs and assigns forever, all that my Messuage, or 
Teniment, in the which I now dwell, situate on Dover Neck, 
bounded on the oast by the High Street; on the north by the 
land of Lieutenant Joseph Rolierts, on the west with the Low 
Street; on the south by a lane lying by William Harford's 
land; and this land all which said Messuage, or Teniment, 
lying and living the aforesaid bounds, containing one dwelling 
house, and four acres of land by estimation more or less, to- 
gether with the orchard gardens, with free liberties for his 
barn to stand on the land where it now is until such time as he 
shall cause to remove it; and all other privileges and appur- 
tenances to the said Messuage, or Teniment, above granted 
shall be for and to the whole and sole use, benefit, and behoof, 
of my aforesaid son, Amos Pinkham, and to his heirs and 
assigns to have and to hold all and singular the aforegiven and 
granted premises, and part and parcel thereof unto my afore- 
said son Amos Pinkham, and to his heirs, executors, admin- 
istrators, and assigns, forever, from and immediately after 
my decease, on the considerations above mentioned, free and 
clear, and fully acquitted and discharged, of and from all 
former gifts, grants, bargains, sales, leases, wills, entails, 
judgments, executions, and other encumbi*ances of what nature 
or kind soever, whereby my son Amos Pinkham, himself, his 
heirs, executors, administrators, or assigns, or any or either 
of them, shall or may anyways be molested, in or excepted out 
of the above given and granted premises, or any pai't or par- 
cel thereof, by any person, or persons, whatsoever, from, by, 
or under me, my means, or procurement. In witness whereof 
I have hereunto sett my hand and seal this 19th day of June, 
Anno Domini, 1715. 

"John Pinkham. 

"Witness: Jno. Tuttle, Job Clements." 

John PiBkham gave to his son, James, July 19, 1714, land. 
July 19, 1714, John Pinkham sold land to his son, Solomon, as 
his portion of the estate. Rev. Dr. A. H. Quint of Dover, N. 
H., says: "John Pinkham and Rose Otis, his wife, had at 
least nine children," and gives them in the following order, 
and each child will be considered under the appropriate num- 
ber: (3) Richard. (3) Thomas. (3) Amos. (3) Rose. 
(3) Solomon. (3) Otis. (3) James. (3) Elizabeth, who m. 
March 18, 1718-19, Samuel Nute. (3) Sarah Pinkham. 



22 PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 

(3) Richard Pinkham, who may have been the one of that 
name who m., at the age of 85 years, Nov. 27, 1757, Mary 
Welch of Kittery, Me., who was then 78 years old. The name 
of his first wife appears to have been Elizabeth. On May 12, 
1709, he and his wife, Elizabeth, sold land to Amos Pinkham; 
on Nov. 28, 1718, he sold land to his brother, Otis Pinkham; 
on Aug. 27, 1725, he sold land to Israel Hodgdon. 

(3) Thomas Pinkham; m., Dec. 2, 1700, Marcy Allen. On July 
22, 1715, his father gave him land; on May 17, 1714, he sold 
land to his brother, James Pinkham of Dover, N. H. (The 
children of Thomas Pinkham seem to have widely scattered 
and it was difficult to secure many records of them. The 
scanty records are given below. The son, Ebenezer, removed 
to Harpswell, Me.; the son, Benjamin, and daughter, Martha, 
moved to Boothbay, Me.; and the son, Joseph, to Madbury; 
N. H.) The children of Thomas Pinkham, baptized at a lec- 
ture at Daniel Jacob's house, by Rev. J. Gushing, Nov. 13, 
1744: 

(4) Sarah Pinkham. 

(4) Joseph Pinkham. On Sept. 8, 1763, he and his wife, 
Elizabeth, bought land of Thomas Davis of Dover, N. H. 
He probably moved to Madbury, N. H., becoming one of the 
most prominent citizens there. The records of his children 
and descendants will be found in Section Five of this book, 
as the date of his birth shows that he was younger than his 
brothers, Ebenezer and Benjamin, whose names are given 
below. 
(4) Mary Pinkham. 

(4) Richard Pinkham. His father gave him property on Oct. 

22, 1736, "being 20 acres in the first division of the common 

land." Name of his wife supposed to be Abigail, as they 

sold land Dec. 4, 1748, to Samuel Starbird. (No other dates 

of baptisms of children of Thomas Pinkham were found.) 

(4) Ebenezer Pinkham, b. Dover, N. H., Nov. 14, 1712; d. 

Harpswell, Me., Jan. 6, 1762. (Full records In Section Third 

of this book.) 

(4) Benjamin Pinkham, b. Dovei", N. H., 1717; d. Boothbay, 

Me., March 2, 1792 (75y). (Records in Section Fourth of 

this book.) 

(4) Martha Pinkham, b. April 7, 1737; d. Dec. 18, 1818; m., 

1757, Joseph Giles and removed to Boothbay, Me. (Records 

of the family in the History of Boothbay and Southport, 

Me., by Francis B. Greene.) 

(3) Amos Pinkham. His name is among the first of those men- 
tioned in the ancient records of the Friends' Church at Dover, 
N. H., the fir.st date of the Dover meeting being 1702. Later 
in the records he is mentioned, "Amos Pinkham, sometimes a 
preacher, but afterwards disowned by the church." (This 
disowning was probably because he married outside the 
church.) He m. Mrs. Elizabeth Chesley, widow of Capt. 
Samuel Chesley, who was killed by the Indians on Sept. 15, 



PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 23 

1707. In an old deed of June 17, 1737, Amos Pinkham is 
called a wcavor. He sold land to Joanna Snell, wife of 
Thomas Snell of Barrington, N. H., cordwaiiuT, Sept. 22, 
1739. Richard Pinkham and wife, Elizabeth, sold land to 
Amos Pinltham; 1788, Amos Pinkliam and wife, Elizabeth, 
sold land to Samuel Perkins. 

(4) Hannah Pinkham, b. Jan. 10, 1713-14; m. Solomon Pink- 
ham, her cousin and son of Solomon Pinkhamt; Sept. 22, 
1739, her father sold land to Hannah, wife of Solomon Pink- 
ham, who was then of Barrington, N. H. (See records 
below.) 
(4) Joanna Pinkham, b. Aug. 11, 1718. 

(One writer gives the above dates as time when the chil- 
dren were baptized.) 

***** 
(3) Rose Pinkham; m. (first), James Tuttle, b. Dover, N. H., 
April 7, 1783; d. May 15, 1709, "being the first day of tlie 
week, about 3 o'clock after Noon;" son of John Tuttle and 

Mary ; m. (second), Thomas Canne (Keiuiy). 

***** 
(3) Solomon Pinkham; called a black.smith in the old deeds. 
He evidently moved to Madbury, N. H., at quite an early 
date. He had a grant of land, June 23, 1701; June 19, 1714, 
John Pinkham sold land to his son, Solomon, his part of the 
estate; April 12, 17G3, Solomon Pinkliam of Madbury sold 
land to his loving son, Stephen Pinkham of Madbury, N. H. 
He is probably the Soioinon Pinkham who m. at Madbury, 
N. H., Dec. 1.1706, Mary Field. 

(4) Stephen Pinkham. July 21, 1761, he l)OUght land of Adam 
Clark of Dover, N. H. He evidently removed to Madbury, 
N. H., at quite an early date, as we find in that town the 
following records. "At a Town Meeting, March 29, 1759, 
Stephen Pinkham was chosen Assessor. Sept. 1, 1760, 
Stephen Pinkham paid fifty pounds, old Tenor, for the privi- 
lege to build a pue No. 10 on tlie plan of Madbury Meeting 
House gallery. At a Town Meeting, March 31, 1762, he 
was chosen Selectman. Dec. 24, 1770, chosen Moderator of 
Town Meeting. Dec. 28. 1772. chosen one of a Committee of 
three to call a suitable man to preach the remainder of the 
present year. Nov. 30. 1773. chosen Selectman. March 30, 
1775, chosen Tithing Man. April 9, 1777, chosen Surveyor of 
Highways." Mary, wife of Steplien Pinkham. was baptized 
Nov. 22, 1741, at Dover Neck. The children of Stephen were 
baptized" as follows: 
(5) Stephen Pinkham, 1740. 

(5) Abigail Pinkham, Nov. 22. 1741; d. young. 
(5) Patience Pinkham, Nov. 22. 1741. 
(5) Hepzil)ah Pinkham, Nov. 22. 1741. 
(5) Abigail Pinkham, June. 1745. 
(5) Deborah Pinkham. April 24. 1748. 
(4) There was evidently a son, Solomon, who married his 
cousin, Hannah Pinkham*, daughter of Amos Pinkham. 



24 PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 

"Sept. 22, 1739, Amos Pinkham sold land to his daughter, 
Hannah, wife of Solomon Pinkham of Barrington, N. H." 

* * * * * 

(3) Otis Pinkham, said to have been born about 1700; d. about 
1763. He inherited and occupied the old Pinkham homestead 
on Dover Neck, N. H. Aug. 22, 171G, his brother, James, sold 
him land; Nov. 28, 1718, his brother, Richard, sold him land; 
March 16, 1721-22, his brother, John, sold him land; April 
8, 1740, Richard, Solomon, Amos, and James Pinkham, Thomas 
Canne, Samuel Nute, Rose Canne, and Elizabeth Nute ap- 
pointed Otis Pinkham of Dover, N. H., husbandman, to be 
their lawful attorney, to collect all that belonged to them of 
the estate of their grandfather, Richard Otis, and from the 
estate of their Uncle Nicholas Otis, deceased. Otis Pinkham 
m., Sept. 22, 1721, Abigail Tebbetts, b. Dover, N. H., Jan. 12, 
1701; she entered the inventory of her husband's estate Nov. 
30, 1764; daughter of Ephraim Tebbetts and Rose Austin of 
Dover, N. H. The first children in the family of Otis Pink- 
ham recorded at Dover, N. H. : 

(4) Samuel Pinkham, b. Sept. 26, 1722; m. Susannah Canney 
(Kenny). 

(4) Anne Pinkham, b. April 30, 1724; num. 

if * * * ie 

(4) Rose Pinkham, b. March 18, 1725-26; m. James Tuttle. 

* * * . * * 

(4) Paul Pinkham, b. May 3, 1730; d. March 16, 1819; "Paul 
Pinkham of Dover, N. H., bought land of James Huckins of 
Durham, N. H., June 4, 1758;" m. Rose Austin, daughter of 
Joseph Austin. 

(5) Nicholas Pinkham, b. March 11, 1755; d. Oct. 1, 1770. 
(5) Joseph Pinkham, b. Aug. 14, 1757; d. Feb. 27, 1845; m. 
at Hampton, N. H., Jan. 1, 1788, Elizabeth Green, who d. 
Jan. 12, 1847. 

(6) Nicholas Pinkham, b. March 15, 1789; d. at Dover, N. 
H., Dec. 3, 1818; moved to North Berwick, Me.; m. at 
Dover, N. H., Feb. 2, 1814, Elizabeth Austin, who died at 
North Berwick, Me. (She m. (second), Nicholas Estes, 
who died at North Berwick, Me.) 

(7) Nicholas Alphonso Pinkham, b. April 18, 1815; d. April 
11, 1902; m. (first), July 7, 1841, Sybil H. Estes, who d. 
April 17, 1844; m. (second), Jan. 8, 1846, Lucinda Pink- 
ham. (See Lucinda Pinkham.) 

Child of first marriage: 

(8) Paul Pinkham, b. Feb. 10, 1843; d. Feb. 26, 1843. 
(7) Elizabeth Ann Pinkham, b. Aug. 27, 1817; d. Nov. 11, 
1896; m. Daniel Hanson. (8) Three children. 
(6) Josiah Green Pinkham, b. June 17, 1791; d. Oct. 15, 
1857; m. Mrs. Louisa Heard. "Married out of the church, 
but continued a member." 
(6) Sarah Pinkham, b. April 10, 1794; d. Dec. 9, 1880; m., 
Nov. 30, 1814, Joseph Tuttle, known as "PYiend Joseph, 
who lives on the Neck;" he d. April 29, 1874. 



PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 25 

(7) Elisa Pinkham Tuttle, b. Sept. G, 1815; m. Isaac 

Varney. 
(7) Asa C. Tuttle. b. Dec. 11, 1816; m. Lydia Stackpole. 
(7) Stephen Tuttle. b. March 3, 1819; d. Nov. 21, 1845; m. 
Roxaua Knollys. "Married out of the church, but re- 
tained his membership." 
(7) William Pemi Tuttle, b. June 2G, 1822; m. Mary 

Varney. 
(7) Joseph Edward Tuttle, b. April 8, 1835; d. July 12, 
1874; m. Caroline Paul. 
(6) Elizabeth Pinkham. b. April 31. 1797. "In Ohio, 1853." 
(6) Joseph Pinkham. b. April 18. 1800; d. Sept. 14, 1824; 

unm. 
(6) Hannah Pinkham, b. May 17, 1804; m. Levi Sawyer of 
Dover, N. H. "In 1853 she was living at Garrison Hill, 
Dover, N. H." 
(6) Rose (Rosea in the old records) Pinkham, b. March 7. 

1807; d. 1834; m. Samuel Dunn. 
(6) Rebecca Pinkham, b. 1809; d. 1834; m. Jacob H. Purin- 
ton. 

(7) Mary E. Purinton. 
(7) Sarah A. Purinton. 

1c * * * * 

(5) Otis Pinkham, b. Aug. 25, 1759; lost at sea; sailed Oct., 

1784. 

* ♦ * * ♦ 

(5) Silas Pinkham, b. Oct. 11, 1764; d. Oct. 9, 1796. 

41 * i^ * * 

(5) Rose Pinkham, b. Jan. 12, 1766; m. Jonathan Hanson. 

« * * * * 

(5) Paul Pinkham, b. Jan. 12, 1768. 

* * « >i< « 

(4) John Pinkham, b. Aug. 29, 1739; d. Dover, N. H., Aug. 14, 
1815. "He received the old Pinkham homestead, garrison 
and all from his father, Otis Pinkham." M. Ph<Ebe Teb- 
betts, b. Rochester. N. H.. April 5. 1744; d. Jan. 24, 1823; 
daughter of Joseph Tebbetts and Sarah (Ilaskins) Emerson. 

* * * * * 

(5) Elizabeth Pinkham, b. Jan. 13, 1762; d. 1807; m. David 
Roberts. 

* 41 * * * 

(5) Oti^ Pinkham, b. Nov. 23, 1765; d. Milton, N. H., Jan. 
5, 1814; "m. Hannah Young and left descendants." 

* * * * * 

(5) Edward (Edmund) Pinkham, b. Oct. 3, 1767; d. Casco, 
Me., Dec. 17, 1860; he and family were very faithful mem- 
bers of the Friends' Church; m. Miriam Gould, b. Dover, 
N. H.. March 27, 1772; d. Casco, Me.. March 1. 1865 (93y.) ; 
daughter of Muzzey Gould and Elizabeth (Robbins) Teb- 
betts. 
(6) Rhoda Pinkham, b. Raymond, Me., July 4, 1799; d. 



26 PINKHAM GENEALOGY, 

Casco, Me., Oct. 7, 1881; m. Elijah Jepson, b. Berwick, 
Me., Aug. 9, 1781; d. Casco, Me., Aug. 5, 1866; trader aud 
farmer; no ciiildren. • 
(6) Timothy Robinson Pinkham, b. Nov. 28, 1801; d. Casco, 
Me., Feb. 27, 1882; trader and farmer; m., Dec. 2, 1830, 
Lydia Cook, b. Raymond, Me., March 4, 1801; d. Casco, 
Me., Feb. 4, 1870. 
(7) Louisa S. Pinkham, b. Raymond, Me., Feb. 22, 1832; d. 

Cnsco, Me., March 13, 1880 (29y.); unm. 
(7) Mary Ann Pinkham, b. Raymond, Me., May 17, 1837; 
d. Nov. 13, 1880; m., Oct. 15, 1865, Edwin A. Barton, b. 
Sept. 21, 1837. 

(8) Frank F. Barton, b. Casco, Me., Feb. 14, 1866. 
(8) Fred W. Barton, b. Casco, Me., Nov. 4, 1867; m. Mary 

Sawyer of Gray, Me. 
(8) Charles H. Barton, b. June 11, 1869; d. Casco, Me., 
Nov.. 1893. 
(7) Watson C. Pinkham, b. Raymond, Me., Feb. 7, 1839; 
m., Feb. 27, 1867, Clara M. Libby, b. Portland, Me., Nov. 
8, 1846. 

(8) Ella M. Pinkham, b. Jan. 12, 1868; d. Mechanics Falls, 
Me., Dec. 22, 1893; m., Dec. 17, 1888, Dr. Ernest Cobb. 
(9) Carroll E. Cobb, b. Mechanics Falls, Me., Oct. 6, 

1889. 
(9) Albion W. Cobb, b. Jan. 2, 1892. 
(8) Wm. F. Pinkham, b. Casco, Me., Nov. 30, 1869; d. 
Poland, Me., April 17, 1896; m., Dec. 28, 1890, Jennie 
H. Jordan. 

(9) Raymond Pinkham, b. May 13, 1894; d. March 17, 
1895. 
(8) Charles A. Pinkham, b. Casco, Me., April 28, 1872; d. 

Portland, Me., May 28, 1900. 
(8) George W. Pinkham, b. Casco, Me., Feb. 14, 1877. 
(8) Addie H. Pinkham, b. Casco, Me., March 4, 1882; d. 
Dec. 31, 1898. 
(6) Isaiah Pinkham, b. Dover, N. H., Aug. 10, 1803; d. 
March 15, 1884; buried Lynn, Mass.; house joiner by 
trade; ordained as a Free Baptist minister; lived in Casco, 
North Berwick and South Berwick, Me., and in Great 
Falls, N. H.; m. Mary Murray, b. Limerick, Me., March 20, 
1804; d. Dec. 13, 1890; buried in Lynn, Mass. 
(7) Emily D. Pinkham, b. Raymond, Me., Jan. 24, 1828; m., 
1851, John Gould of Berwick, Me.; son of Rufus Gould 
and Sally Grant. 
(8) The following children are deceased: Isabella Gould, 

Emma Gould, Annie Gould. 
(8) Daughter; lives Berwick, Me. 
(8) Ella Maria Gould; resides South Berwick, Me.; m. 

George Doe. 
(8) Almira Gould; resides Great Falls, N. H.; m. Joseph 

Gerrish. 
(8) Ellsworth F. Gould; resides North Berwick, Me. 
(8) Ella Frances Gould, b. Berwick, Me., Dec. 26, 1853; 
resides Wells, Me.; m., Jan. 1872, in Great Falls, N. H., 



PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 27 

Eben Gray, b. Wells, Me.. June 20, 1849; d. Aug. 19, 
1895; dealer in Ki'anite and marble monuments, etc.; son 
of Caleb Gray and Caroline D. Cheney. 
(9) Freddie B. Gray. b. March 16, 1874; d. April 22, 1874. 
(9) Charlie E. Gray, b. Feb. 23, 1875; d. June 29, 1875. 
(9) Lillian May Gray. b. April 12, 1877; m., Oct. 8, 1899, 

Harry I. Briggs. 
(9) Blanche Belle Gray, b. April 4, 1880; m., March 25, 

1903, Roy C. Cole. 
(9) Herman F. Gray, b. 1883; d. Dec. 28, 1883 
(7) William F. Pinkham, b. Aug. 8, 1829; resided Kit- 
tery Me • m. Martha Billings of Kittery, Me., b. Aug. 31, 
1834 Mr Pinkham was a rigger by trade; employed by 
the U. S. Government at Kittery Navy Yard, having 
charge of all the rigging work there. 
(8) John E. Pinkham, b. Jan. 9, 1857; engineer at Me- 

thuen, Mass.' 
(8) Charles R. Pinkham, b. Dec. 7, 1863; "in the navy at 

(8) ^Ellsworth E. Pinkham, b. July 21, 1866; in U. S. war- 
ship Yorkloicn: taken prisoner at Manila by the Phila- 
pinos with Lieutenant Gilmore; in prison nine months. 

(8) Katie B. Pinkham, b. June 15, 1872; clerk at Ports- 
mouth, N. H. 4. TD +„ 

(8) Gertrude Pinkham, b. May 27, 1875; clerk at Poits- 

mouth. N. H. ' T-. 1, o -1001 1 

(7) Sarah G. Pinkham, b. Raymond, Me., Feb. 3, lb6l; a. 
Lynn, Mass., April 13, 1886; m.. 1849. Charles M. Clark. 
(8) Gustavus Clark; resides Lynn, Mass. 
(8) Wiliam Clark; resides Lynn, Mass. 
(8) Mrs. Brush; resides Lynn, Mass. 

(7)^MaTt'ha Ann Pinkham, b. Dec. 6, 1832; d. Lynn, Mass., 
Aug. 24. 1853; m., 1851, Joseph Mulloy; deceased. 
(8) "Mrs. Annie A. Bushee. Lowell. Mass. 
(7) Rev Isaiah Pinkham, Jr., b. Dec. 12, 1834; resides 653 
Boston Street. Lynn. Mass.; Free Baptist minister; 
.served in Civil War under General Butler; taken pris- 
oner; Superintendent of Lynn almshouse. 
(8) Myra E. Pinkham; m. Herbert Torry and lives Birm- 
ingham, England. 

(9) Arthur. (9) Walter. (9) Gertie. 
(8) Mary F. Pinkham. 

(7) Francis 0. J. Pinkham. b. Aug. 18. 1836; resides North 
Berwick. Me.; has also lived in North and South Ber- 
wick- carpenter: educated at Berwick. Me.. July 27. isw, 
enlisted in C(mipany G. Seventeenth Maine Infantry for 
three years, or during the war; in 28 battles; wa.s with 
the regiment in ail its services, save the battle of Chan- 
cellorsville; honorably discharged June 10 1865 m., 
1855. Charlotte A. Smith, b. Rochester. N. H Feb. Z6, 
1836- daughter of Horace Smith and Hannah Rand. 
(8) Horace Pinkham. b. April 19. 1856; carriage maker 
and blacksmith; resides Berwick. Me.: m.. 1893, Lydia 
O. Fields, b. Lubec, Me.. April 15, 1856. 



28 PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 

(8) Martha Sarah Pinkham, b. May 10, 1858; d. Oct. 4, 

1858. 
(8) Hila Maria Pinkham, b. Jan. 5, 18G1; resides Ber- 
wick, Me.; m., 1883, PYank S. Guptill, b. Berwick, Feb. 
6, 1864. 
(9) Charles Francis Guptill, b. Berwick, Me., Sept. 23, 

1884. 
(9) Anna May Guptill, b. Berwick, Me., July 23, 1886; 

d. Sept. 2, 1887. 
(9) Roger Stillman Guptill, b. Berwick, Me., July 10, 

1888. 
(9) Alice Lotta Guptill, b. Berwick, Me., June 7, 1890. . 
(9) Hila Maria Guptill, b. Lebanon, Me., March 12, 1892. 
(9) Helen Faith Guptill, b. Berwick, Me., Nov. 27, 1894. 
(9) Fannie May Guptill, b. Berwick, Sept. 5, 1896. 
(9) Maude Carrie Guptill, b. May 17, 1897. 
(9) Horace Guptill, b. Berwick, Me., Sept. 10, 1901. 
(8) Frances Pinkham, b. Feb. 1, 1863; m., 1883, Albert 
Hall, b. North Berwick, Me., 1864; farmer in Berwick, 
Me.; no children. 
(7) Mahalia A. Pinkham, b. March 2, 1838; d. in Califor- 
nia; m., 1859, William Lewis, who moved to California 
about 1870; no children. 
(7) Betsv Hill Pinkham, b. North Berwick, Me., Sept. 3, 

1840; d. Oct. 7, 1842. 
(7) John F. Pinkham, b. Berwick, Me., Jan. 26, 1843; re- 
sides Lynn, Mass.; served in the Civil War; m. Augusta 
A. Downing; no children. 
(7) George A. Pinkham, b. Berwick, Me., May 28, 1848; m. 
Georgie Smith. 
(8) Son and daughter. 
(6) Enoch Pinkham, b. May 29, 1805; d. Oxford, Me., Jan. 
8, 1899; buried at Casco, Me., where he resided; in his last 
years of his life he lived at Welchville, Me., with his 
daughter, Mrs. David H. Staples; farmer and carpenter; 
"he could turn his hands to almost any kind of work;" 
m., June 29, 1829, Eliza S. Rich, b. Monmouth, Me., April 
19, 1804; d. Jan. 28, 1890; daughter of Ezekiel Rich and 

Mary H. . 

(7) Harriet F. Pinkham, b. Edes Falls, Me.; d. Nov. 11, 

1849 (19y.). 
(7) Miriam Elizabeth Pinkham, b. Monmouth, Me., Aug. 7, 
1833; resides Massachusetts; m.. May 1, 1858, Samuel M. 
Home of Dover, N. H. 
(8) Cora Belle Home, b. Casco, Me., Oct. 4, 1857; d. Lew- 

iston. Me., March 5, 1862. 
(8) Frank Wellington Home, b. Lewiston, Me., Aug. 8, 

1861; m. 
(8) Reginald M. Home, b. Lewiston, Me., May 13, 1864; 

resides Haverhill, Mass.; unm. 
(8) Fred Ulysses Home; d. at Lewiston, Me., at about 2y. 
of age. 
(7) Ezekiel Rich Pinkham, b. Monmouth, Me.; carpenter at 



PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 29 

Kittery, Me.; m., Sept. 1, 1860, Alfreda Jordan of Casco, 
Me.; deceased. 
(8) Charles Jordan Pinkham, h. Oxford, Me., April 7, 

1864; d. March 5, 1865. 
(8) Luetta Mabel Pinkham, b. Auk. 28, 1866; d. Aug. 22, 

1867. 
(8) Issie Jordan Pinkham, b. Buckfleld, Me., July 16, 1873. 
(7) Elijah Pinkham, b. Meredith, N. H.; drowned at lly. 
(7) Melissa A. Pinkham; d. Dec. 25, 1877 (39y); m., April 

24, 1876, Royal L. Adams of Harrison, Me. 
(7) John B. Pinkham, b. Meredith, N. H., Feb. 3, 1842; car- 
penter iit Newton Junction, N. H.; m., May 8, 1880, Jen- 
nie Adams of Boston, Mass.; no children. 
(7) Lucretia Jordan Pinkham, b. Meredith, N. H., May 10, 
1844; resides Welchville, Me.; has lived at Dover, N. H., 
and at Casco, Me.; m., Dec. 13, 1866, David Hawes Sta- 
ples, b. Windham, Me., June 20, 1843; farmer; son of 
David Staples and Lydia Legrow'; no children. 
(7) Hiram Stevens Pinkham. b. Meredith, N. H., Aug. 15, 
1843; resides 190 Stone Street, Clinton, Mass.; studied in 
the Casco, Me., schools; carpenter and builder; m., Nov. 
11. 1865, Lizzie Ann Welch, b. Sanford, Me., Nov. 13, 
1841; studied in Sanford, Me., schools; daufrhter of 
Thomas Welch and Hannah Emery of Sanford, Me. 
(8) Burt Leslie Pinkham, b. Dover, N. H., May 20, 1868; d. 

March 8, 1871. 
(8) Edith Pearl Pinkham, b. Dover, N. H., June 28, 1872; 
graduated from Clinton (Mass.) grammar .school, 1887; 
m., June 6, 1889, Mariner Card, 1). Dorchester, New 
Brunswick, Oct. IS, 1871; studied in Dorchester, N. B., 
schools; inspector of Worcester (Mass.) Consolidated 
street railways. 

(9) Hazel Anice Card. b. Clinton, Mass.. Oct. 31, 1891. 
(9) Jessie Carol Card, b. Clinton, Mass., Sept. 7, 1893. 
(8) Erne.st Leroy Pinkham, b. Dover, N. H., Aug. 22, 1875; 
graduated from Clinton (Mass.) Hifih School, June, 
1891; pharmacist, 32 Laurel Street, Clinton, Mass.; m. 
at Clinton, Mass., Nov. 24, 1898, Mabel Eulalia Cross, b. 
Burlington, Vt., March 8, 1880; graduated from Burling- 
ton (Vt.) High School; daughter of Simeon Cross and 
Ida E. M. J. Messiah. 

(9) Bertrand Morgan Pinkham, b. Clinton, Mass., Nov. 
10, 1899. 
(7) Esther S. Pinkham, 1). Alton, N. H., June 28. 1846; d. 
June 9, 1907; resided Cumberland Mills, Me.; m., 1870, 
Laurdas F. Hooper, b. Biddeford, Me., Aug. 6, 1843; d. 
March 4, 1900; farmer; son of Theodore Hooper and 

Annie . 

(8) Luella May Hooper, d. Aug. 23, 1891 (lOy.) 
(8) Lizzie P. D. Hooper; d. Aug. 9. 1874 (2y.) 
(8) Herbert E. Hooper, b. Dec. 16, 1875; employed in the 
Warren Paper Mill. Cumberland Mills, Me. ; m. 
(9) Two children. 
(8) Alice J. Hooper; d. Aug. 22, 1879 (2y.). 



30 PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 

(6) Rev. John Pinkham, b. Jan. 25, 1808; d. Casco, Me., Jan. 

8, 1832; Fi-ee BaptLst minister; m., about 1830, Betsy Hill, 

b. Naples, Me., March 24, 1802; d. Poland, Me., Jan. 18, 

1888. 

(7) Mary E. Pinkham, b. Dover, N. H., 1831; d. Poland, 

Me.. April 23, 1899; m. Amos Jenness, b. 1826; d. in 

Ma.ss., Nov. 6, 1864. 

(8) Arbinia Jeimess, b. Casco, Me., Aug. 14, 1854; m. 

(first) Jesse Stanton; m. (second), James Stanton. 
(8) Mary Emma Jenness, b. Casco, Me., April 28, 1862; 
d. 1876. 
(6) Elijah Pinkham, b. June 22, 1811; d. Lewiston, Me., 
March 1, 1851; m., Sept., 1838, Eliza H. Cook, b. Raymond, 
Me., June 28, 1806; d. Harrison, Me., March 20, 1889; 
daughter of Nathan Cook and Martha Medford. 
(7) Abbie A. Pinkham, b. Feb. 4, 1841; d. Lewiston, Me., 

Nov. 5, 1862. 
(7) Nathan Cook Pinkham, b. Casco, Me., Sept. 24, 1845; 
resides Bolster's Mills, Me.; graduated from Portland 
(Me.) Business College, 1864; has lived Lewiston, Port- 
land, Casco, Me., etc.; house carpenter and wheelwright; 
m., Nov. 20, 1871, Loretta Andrews, b. Buckfield, Me., 
Jan. 4, 1844; d. Otisfield, Me., July 13, 1894; graduated 
from Hebron (Me.) Academy, 1867; daughter of Philo 
P. Andrews and Margaret Richardson. 
(8) Arthur Leon Pinkham, b. Casco, Me., Nov. 30, 1874; 
farmer at Casco, Me.; graduated from Bolster's Mills 
High School, 1892; from Norway (Me.) Academy; uum. 
(8) Annie Lelia Pinkham. b. Otisfield, Me., July 26, 1876; 
resides South Paris, Me.; graduated from Bolster's 
Mills (Me.) High School, 1894; has lived in South Paris, 
Me., since marriage; m.. May 30, 1897, Preutis Forbes 
Crockett, b Paris, Me., April 17, 1873; graduated from 
South Paris (Me.) High School, 1890; farmer; son of 
George Bates Crockett and Mary Hart Forbes of South 
Paris, Me. 

(9) Norman Morton Crockett, b. Sept. 29, 1898. 
(8) Roy Eugene Pinkham, b. Harrison, Me., Oct. 8, 1878; 
fai'mer at Bolster's Mills, Me.; graduated from Bol- 
ster's Mills High School, 1894; unm. 
(8) Rosie Agnes Pinkham, b. Harrison, Me., Jan. 16, 1881; 
graduate of Bolster's Mills (Me.) High School. 
(6) Phoebe .Pinkham, b. Raymond, Me., April 22, 1814; re- 
sides Casco, Me.; m. John Batty, b. England, May 11, 1809; 
d. Casco, Me., Nov. 17, 1873. 
(7) Lydia Ann Batty, b. June 3, 1836; m., June 24, 1854, 

Timothy Peasley, b. Dec. 20, 1827; no children. 
(7) Joseph Batty, b. Feb. 26. 1839; m. Phoebe Cook; no 

children. 
(7) Rhoda Batty, b. July 10, 1844. 
(7) Mary E. Batty, b. Dec. 4, 1849; m., June 7, 1883, 

Charles W. Winters; no children. 
(7) John W. Batty, b. Casco, Me., June 7, 1858; resides 
Casco, Me.; m.. May 30, 1884, Emma Knight. Children 
born Casco, Me. 



PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 31 

(8) Hortense B. Batty, b. Juno 11, 1885. 

(9) Josephine, b. June 25, 1887. 
(8) Lillian Batty, b. June 1, 1890. 
(9) Wala J., b. Aug. 21, 1894. 
(6) Otis Pinkham, b. Raymond, Me., Sept. 27, 1816; d. Casco, 
Me., Feb. 9, 1844; m., Feb. 5, 1839, Dilah Edwards. 
(7) Fernando Pinkham, b. Raymond, Me., Oct. G, 1839. 
(7) Alphonso Pinkham. 
(7) Otis J. Pinkham; d. in the army, Civil War. 



(5) Elijah Pinkham. b. Dee. 15, 17G9; d. April 24, 1862 
(92y. 4m. 4d.) ; buried on Dover Neck, N. H.; resided on the 
old Pinkham homestead, and Charles Thompson, who mar- 
ried his daughter, Phoebe, occupied it after him. Mr. 
Thompson sold it to strangers, but it has recently been 
bought by Orville Pinkham, son of John Pinkham of 
Dover Ntvk, N. H. M. (Eunice) Annie Tuttle. who d. Aug. 
13, 1870 (84y.). 

(6) Rose Tuttle Pinkham, b. in the old Pinkham garrison 
house, Feb. 1808; d. June 23, 1891 (83y) ; m.. 1843, John 
Young, b. July, 1803; d. Oct. 1, 1872 (69y); carpenter. 
(7) Infant son; d. May 14, 1850. 

(7) Roxanna Young, b. Nov. 4, 1846; In the Old Ladies' 
Home, Dover. N. H. 
(6) Phoebe Pinkham;" d. May 9. 1848 (36y. 2d.); a faithful 
member of the First Congregational Church, Dover, N. H.; 
m., April, 1845, Charles Thompson; d. Oct. 25, 1895 (75y. 
Im. 24d.). 



(5) Joseph Pinkham, b. Jan. 18 (Feb. 8), 1772; d. Tufton- 
boro, N. H., April 18, 1842 (70y); m. Sarah Young, b. May 
2, 1775; resided Tuftonboro, N. H. 

(6) William Pinkham, b. Sept. 18, 1795; d. Casco, Me., May 
21, 1865; "a plain, hard-working man; lived In Dover, 
N. H., many years, then moved to Casco, Me.; served in 
the War of 1812; suffered much in those terril)le times in 
the Shadagee woods;" m. Martha Hill, b. Oct. 3, 1797; d. 
Oct. 2, 1858; of Wakefield, N. H.; daughter of Ebenezer 

Hill and Sally . 

(7) Mary Elizabeth Pinkham, b. Wolfboro, N. H., March 4, 
1824; resides S. Barnstead, N. H.; m., March 18, 1847, 
Jacob W. Evans, b. Stratford, N. H., May 27, 1821; farmer; 

son of Lenmel Evans and Eliza ; no children. 

(7) Snrah Emeline Pinkham, b. June 12, 1826; d. July 28, 

1865; unm. 
(7) William Lewis Pinkham, b. Brookfield, N. H., April 16, 
1831; d. Washington, D. C, Fob. 11, 1862; .shoemaker; 
enlisted in Union army. Nov. 12, 1861, Eleventh Maine 
Regiment; m., Feb. 5, 1859, Emily Jane Whitney, b. Stan- 
dish, Me., June 29, 1853; she m. (second), John Ebenezer 
Pinkham of Dover Neck, N. H. (see records); daughter 
of Abel Whitney and Sarah Cole. 



32 PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 

(8) Arthur Leon Lewis Pinkham, b. March 2, 1859; d. 
Oct. 27, 1889; unm. 
(7) Abbie M. Pinkham, b. Dover, N. H., Sept. 29, 1833; re- 
sides Newmarket, N. H.; m. Lewis Hampden Pinkham, b. 
Wolfboro, N. H., Sept. 22, 1829; d. March 9, 1897; shoe 
dealer. 

(8) Frank H. Pinkham, b. Casco, Me., Oct. 9, 1854; re- 
sides Newmarket, N. H.; became editor of Newmarket 
Advertiser, 1872; sold out; town treasurer for three 
years; in 1900, treasurer of the school board; Past Mas- 
ter of the Rising Star Lodge of Masons; m., April 24, 
1875, Marian L. Ritchie, b. Northumberland, N. H., 
March 13, 1854. 

(9) Bessie M. Pinkham, b. March 30, 1880. 
(9) Ada M. Pinkham, b. May 23, 1884. 
(8) Ernest P. Pinkham, b. Newmarket, N. H., Feb. 9, 
1862; resides Newmarket, N. H.; shoe business and fire 
insurance; town clerk, 1892-93; representative, 1899-'01; 
a prominent member and officer in Masonic and Odd 
Fellows lodges; secretary of Laniphrey River Grange 
since it was organized in Feb., 1896; m., Nov. 10, 1886, 
Estella M. Ham, b. Shapleigh, Me., March 31, 1868; 
daughter of Norris S. Ham and Mary A. Milliken. 
(9) Beatrice Pinkham, b. Saco, Me., June 15, 1891. 
(9) Helen Pinkham, b. Newmarket, N. H., Dec. 21, 1895. 
(7) Albert Monroe Pinkham, b. Dover, N. H., Feb. 9, 1840; 
afterwards lived with his parents in Greenland and Mad- 
bury, N. H.; in 1853 he moved to Casco, Me., where he 
lived until his marriage, Dec. 31, 1862; then to Port 
Huron, Mich.; remained 18 years; then lived in Florida 
towns — Waldo, Winter Haven, Ehren, W. Tampa; truck 
farmer; m., Dec. 31, 1862, Olive Jane Lang, b. Wakefield, 
N. H., Oct. 9, 1844; daughter of Robert Lang and Olive 
Perkins; parents died in Wakefield, N. H.; the mother 
Dec, 1844, when this daughter was but 11 years old; 
father d. two years later. 

(8) Martha Josephine Pinkham, b. Jan. 5, 1865; resides 
Hartford, Conn.; m., July 27, 1887, Walter Scott Bea- 
man, b. New York state about 1860; d. Somerville, Mass., 
July 27, 1901; machinist. 
(9) Willie Lang Beaman, b. Oct. 29, 1888. 
(8) Hattie Grace Pinkham, b. Port Huron, Mich., Dec. 6, 
1870; ui. at Winter Haven, Fla., June 14, 1894, John Lee 
Webb of Lisbon, Md.; first-class carpenter. 
(9) Winifred Webb, b. Winter Harbor, Fla., April 8, 1895. 
(9) George Ralph Webb, b. Winter Harbor, Fla., Jan. 17, 
1899; d. Ehren, Fla.. March 22, 1899. 
(8) Carrie Gertrude Pinkham, b. Alcona, Mich., Dec. 25, 
1873; deceased: resided Eliren. Fla.; m., April 25. 1892, 
at Waldo. Fla.. Ernest Charles Braseen of Susquehanna 
Falls, S. C; mechanic. 
(9) Vera Olive Braseen, b. Aug. 18, 1893. 
(9) Mabel Alba Braseen, b. Dec. 27, 1895. 
(9) Carl Ernest Braseen, b. Oct. 31, 1899; d. June 9, 1901. 



PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 88 

(8) Charles Heruiiin Pinkhani, b. Michigan, July 12, 1887; 
tl. Florida, Auj;. 12, 1899. 
(C) Enoch Pinkhani, b. Feb. 25, 179G; d. April 11, 1875 (78y. 
Im. 18d.); m., Feb. 2, 1822, his cousin, Hannah Davis 
Pinkhani. who d. May 31, 1882 (79y. 10m. IGd); daughter 
of Benjamin Pinkhani and Nancy Davis. 
(G) Mary Pinkhani. i>. .Tan. 7. 1798; m. .Tohn Chapman. 
(7) Amanda Chapman; ni. Mr. Webb. 
(7) Sadie Chapman; deceased; unmarried. 
(7) Mollis Chapman. 

(7) Li/z/.ie Chaitnian; deceaswl; m. Milton Hall. 
(6) Richard Pinkhani, b. Juno 20, 1801; d. Concord, N. 

H.; m. 
(6) John Pinkhani, b. Wakefield, N. H.. Jan. 8, 1804; m. 
Betsy Smith and lived Newmarket, N. H. 
(7) Annie K. Pinkhani, b. Oct. 26, 1824; d. Dec. 31, 1897 

(73y.); unm. 
(7) Joseph Pinkham, b. Newmarket, N. H., Feb. 26, 1827; 
d. 1903; for many years a clothing manufacturer; Mas- 
ter of Lainphrey River Grnii.<;e. and was al.so its first Mas- 
ter; Past Master (tf Pioneer Lodge, K. of P., No. 1, of 
New Hampshire; unm. 
(7) Louis Hampden Pinkham, b. Sept. 22, 1829; d. March 
9, 1897; shoe dealer; m. Alibie M. Pinkham« of Dover, 
N. H., Sept. 29. 1833; daughter of William Pinkham and 
Martha Hall. (See records under Abbie M. Pinkham.) 
(7) Lydia Miranda Pinkhani, b. Newmarket, \. H.. Dec. 15, 
1832; d. Jan. 22, 1900; m. John Lawrence Boardman of 
Harmony, Me.; resided mostly in Newmarket, N. H.; no 
children. 
(6) Mercy Pinkham, b. Jan. 27, 1806. 

(G) Charles Pinkham. b. March 21, 1808; in. Lucinda Piper. 
(7) Albert Pinkham; d. young. 

(7) Phoebe Pinkham; m. Daniel Chonnell of Reading, Mass. 
(8) Charles Chonnell. 
(6) Lewis Pinkham. b. Feb. 11. 1810; deceased. 
(6) Hollis Pinkham, b. April 23, 1812. 
(7) Hollis C. Pinkhani. 
(6) Georj-'e Wa.shiniitcm Pinkham, b. Sept. 21, 1815; d. March 
24, 1887: lived Port Huron, Mich.. 1839-87; first shoe store 
in Port Huron; boot and shoe dealer; postmaster under 
President Pierce; m.. May 21, 1843, Elvira Melissa Flan- 
nigan, b. Westminster, Canada, Nov. 18, 1825; living; her 
father, Joseph Bidwell Flannigan, 1>. Vermont; her mother, 
Phylerla Chapman, b. Connecticut. 

(7) Charles Herbert Pinkham, b. March 17. 1844; dry goods 
merchant Airlene, Kan.; m. (first). May 31, 18G7, Luella 
White; d. Aug. 25, 1872; m. (second), Helen Cooley. 
Children of first marriage: 

(8) Charles Pinkham, b. Jan. 21, 1868; m.; several chil- 
dren. 
(8) Huberta; d. (3m.). 

s 



34 PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 

Children of second marriage: 

(8) John Pinltham. James Pinkham. Frederick Pink- 
ham. Huberlertlue Pinkham. 
(7) Elizabeth Pinkham, b. April 7, 1845; d. April 21, 1845. 
(7) George Pinkham, b. April 3, 1846; d. Feb. 3, 1897; 
merchant; m. Mary Upton George; resides Guthrie, Okla- 
homa. 

(8) Maude Pinkham. Charles Pinkham. Bessie Pinkham. 

Florence Pinkham. Helen Pinkham. Frank Pinkham. 

(7) Frederick Arthur Pinkham, b. Sept. 28, 1849; painter, 

Los Angeles, Cal.; unm. 
(7) Henry Pinkham, b. Jan. 28, 1850; d. (lOw.). 
(7) Edward Pinkham; d. (5w.). 
(7) Mary Pinkham, b. Jan. 28, 1855; resides 615 Edith 

Street, Alburquerque, N. M.; m. Mr. Lewis. 
(7) Carrie Edith Pinkham, b. May 31, 1867; resides 31 
Strathmore, E. Cleveland, Ohio; graduated from Port 
Huron (Mich.) High School, 1885; supervisor of arith- 
metic, E. Cleveland, Ohio, schools; unm. 

* * ip * * 

(5) Benjamin Pinkham, b. Feb. 18, 1772; d. April 21, 1842 
(70y.); brickmaker; m. Mary Davis, b. June 10, 1775; d. 
June 5, 1862 (87y.). 

(6) Daniel Pinkham, b. Tuftonboro, N. H., May 30, 1797; d. 
March 6, 1885 (67y. 10m.) ; he came to Dover Point, N. H., 
soon after his birth; captain of a military company; mem- 
ber of First Congi'egational Church, Dover, N. H.; wife 
and children members of same church; m. Sophia Drew, 
b. Feb. 8, 1800; d. Aug. 29, 1879 (78y. 6m.) 
(7) Almira Pinkham, b. Dec. 16, 1823; d. Feb. 27, 1856; m. 
George Roberts of Dover, N. H. 

(8) George Alvin Roberts, b. June 21, 1844; d. May 16, 
1887. 
(7) Aaron Pinkham, b. Jan. 22, 1825; d. March 13, 1900 
(74y. 7m. Id.); brickmaker at Dover Point, N. H.; m. 
(first), Hannah Augusta Roberts; d. Dec. 14, 1878 (Sly. 
9m.) ; m. (second), Lizzie S. Tuttle; d. May 27, 1890 (36y. 
5m.); no children of second marriage. 
Child of first marriage: 

(8) Arabella Pinkham; m. John F. Winklwy of Toline 
Road, Dover, N. H.; farmer; no children. 
(7) Eliza Pinkham, b. Aug. 9, 1827; d. June 19, 1874 (46y. 

11m.); unm. 
(7) Alonzo Pinkham, b. April 19, 1829; d. March 20, 1900; 
brickmaker; m. (first), Clara D. Nute, b. Dec. 25, 1837; 
d. Feb. 19, 1866 (28y. Im. 25d.); m. (second), Amanda A. 
Gates, b. May 4, 1842; d. Oct. 16, 1894 (52y. 4m. 29d.). 
Children of first marriage: 

(8) Grace Linda Pinkham, b. Nov. 27, 1861; d. July 6, 

1862. 
(8) Anna Crawford Pinkham, b. Feb. 17, 1875; d. 1895; 
m., 1893, Charles Merrow of Ossipee, N. H. (Moultonville, 
N. H.) 



PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 35 

(9) Grace Merrow; docoased. 
(9) Ralph Merrow, b. 1895. 

(8) Grace Linda Pinkham, b. Oct. 9, 187G; resides Dover, 
Point, N. H.; m., Aug. 8, 1898, Fi'ed Rand of Ports- 
mouth, N. H., b. Sept. 17, 1876. 
(9) Twins; died. 
(8) Clnvence Eaton Pinkham, b. July 18, 1880; resides 
24 Union St., Portsmouth, N. H. 
(7) Cliarlos W. Pinkham, b. May 12, 1832; d. April 6, 
1854 (21y. 10m. 25d.); m., July G, 1853, Adeline T. Card; 
decea.'^ed. 

(8) Adeline Florence Pinkham, b. June 6, 1854; m., Dec. 
25, 1874, John W. Clemments. 

(9) Grace Clemments; m., 1905, William Hale of Har- 
rington. N. II. 
(7) Lydin A. Pinkham, b. April 12, 1834; resides Roches- 
ter, N. H.; m., July 10, 1856, George Leighton. 
(8) Flora Leighton. Forest. Charles. Anna. 
(7) Isabel Pinkham, b. July 9, 1839; resides South Ber-. 
wick. Me.; m., July 3, 1857, Albert Varney. 
(8) Ilattie. Ida. Lendill. 
(7) George Roswell Pinkham, b. Dover Point, N. H., April 
14, 1842; has always resided in his father's old home in 
which he was born, which was erected about 1840, the 
oldest Pinkham home on Dover Neck; Mr. Pinkham is a 
very successful farmer; m., Feb. 11, 1880, Fannie Maria 
Hoyt, b. Newington, N. H., March 13, 1858; studied in the 
Portsmouth, N. H., schools; daughter of Richard Hoyt 
and Margaret Hutchins ; these parents resided in New- 
ington, N. H. 

(8) Mabel Hoyt Pinkham, b. May 17, 1883; resides 26 
Portland Street, Rochester, N. H.; graduated from the 
Dover (N. H.) High School, June, 1901; m., Oct. 25, 
1905, George Langdon Winkley, b. Barrington, N. H., 
Jan. 31, 1879; graduated from Dover (N. H.) High 
School, 1898; plumber; son of John Langdon Winkley 
and Ellen Sarah Young of Dover, N. H.; no children. 
(7) Henry M. Pinkham, b. Oct. 3, 1844; d. April 28, 1898; 
m. (first), Dec. 14, 1878. Mabel Willand; d. June 13, 1880; 
m. (second), May 5, 1887, Carrie M. Brewster; resides 
Dover Point, N. H. 
Child by first marriage: 

(8) Infant; died with mother. 
Children by second marriage: 

(8) Fred C. Pinkham, b. Aug. 3, 1888. 
(8) Arthur Brewster Pinkham, b. May 2, 1890. • 
(8) Susan Staples Pinkham, b. July 6. 1894. 
(6) Hannah Davis Pinkham, b. June 15, 1802; d. May 31, 
1882 (79y. 10m. 15d.); m., Nov. 21, 1822, Enoch Pinkham, 
b. Feb. 22, 1797; d. April 11, 1875 (78y. Im. 18d.) ; farmer 
and brickmaker on Dover Point, N. H. 

(7) Elizabeth Ann Pinkham, b. May 6, 1823; d. Oct. 1, 
1905; for many years resided 16 Corliss Street, Bath, 



36 PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 

Me.; m. at Dover, N. H., April 3, 1845, Jonathan French, 
b. Farmington, N. H., Sept. 15, 1812; d. Farmiugton, N. 
H., Dec. 12, 1863 (83y.); shoemaker; son of Jonathan 
French. 

(8) Adeline Matilda French, b. March 12, 1849; resides 
Bath, Me.; has also lived in Farmington and Dover, N. 
H.; graduated from Bath (Me.) grammar school; m., 
Feb. 18, 1875, John Henry Shepherd, b. Manchester, 
England, Aug. 29, 1852; painter. 
(9) Oscar Eugene Shepherd, b. April 13, 1878; d. Nov. 

30, 1879. 
(9) Cora Etta Shepherd, b. Oct. 20, 1873; d. March 15, 

1906. 
(9) Charles Enoch Shepherd, b. Oct. 10, 1875; resides 12 
Russell Street, Bath, Me.; graduated from Bath (Me.) 
grammar school; machinist; m., Sept. 10, 1900, Myrtle 
Belle Potter, b. May 12. 1884 ; graduated from Bath 
(Me.) Grammar and High schools; daughter of Alfred 
Sewall Potter and Nellie Marr. 
(10) Ernest Leonard Shepherd, b. Sept. 1, 1901. 
(10) Herman Stanley Shepherd, b. June 7, 1903. 
(8) Daniel Pinkham French, b. Feb. 13, 1854; d. Feb. 
2, 1864. 
(7) Mary Ann Pinkham, b. Sept. 23, 1825; d. June 24, 1827. 
(7) Enoch Lorenzo Pinkham, b. May 4, 1827; d. May 4, 

1832. 
(7) Richard Augustus Pinkham, b. Oct. 28, 1831; d. June 3, 
1888 (77y. 5m.); very successful proprietor of a brick- 
yard at Dover Point, N. H.; m. in Boston, Mass., April 24, 
1865, Mary Ann Maria Hart, b. Boston, Mass., Jan. 25, 
1845; d. July 3, 1897; daughter of William Hart, a stone- 
cutter, and of Elizabeth Brown. 
(8) Annie Ida Pinkham, b. Feb. 25, 1867; d. Oct. 3, 1872 

(16y. 8m.). 
(8) Ezra Oscar Pinkham, b. May 21, 1869; resides Dover 
Point, N. H.; m., June 1, 1895, Windelina Josephine De 
Rochemont, b. Newington, N. H., Oct. 11, 1874; daughter 
of Frederick W. De Rochemont and Sarah Lewis Adams. 
(9) Emily Marian Pinkham, b. April 25, 1896. 
(10) Richard Allen, b. April 1, 1897. 
(8) Grace Greenwood Pinkham, b. Nov. 2, 1873. 
(8) Ida May Pinkham, b. Nov. 6, 1876; d. May 28, 1907; a 
fine teacher; m. Herbert B. Dame, station agent at Dover 
Point, N. H. 

(9) Infant; died with the mother. 
(8) William Hart Pinkham, b. Nov. 21, 1883; graduated 
from Dover (N. H.) Grammar School, 1898; was clerk 
in office at Boston, Mass., of the N. Y., N. H. & H. Rail- 
road. 
(7) Ira Francis Pinkham, b. May 17, 1833; d. June, 1907; 
always resided on Dover Point, N. H.; in early years en- 
gaged in freighting on the river with Mr. Clark Mat- 
thews of Newington, N. H.; was then a manufacturer of 
bricks until 1890; m., Oct. 24, 1852, Syrena Cousens, b. 



PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 37 

Konnolmnk, Me., Jan. 2, 1832; d. Fe»>., 1907; daughter of 
Amos Cousons and Matilda Littlofield. The happy ceh'- 
bration of the gohlen wedding of tlii.s worthy rouple will 
long be reraonibered, as it was a very large gathering, 
which the relatives from Dover, Portsmouth, Boston, etc., 
and their friends highly enjoyed. Many fine presents 
were received by the worthy couple who had given so 
much joy and cheer to others. A fine poem, written for 
the occasion by Miss Grace Clements of Dover Point, was 
read by her. 
(8) Sena Matilda Pinkham, b. Aug. 2, 1853; resides 210 

Canton Street. Boston, Mass.; m., Dec. 26, 1873, Glfford 

D. Saunders of Nova Scotia. 
(8) Ella Frances Pinkham, b. Sept. 4, 1860; resides Bos- 
ton, Mass.; m., Nov. 25, 1883, John Wallace Spinney of 

Nova Scotia. 

(9) Ira Chester Spinney, b. May 16, 1884. 
(9) Wallace George Spinney, b. Nov. 24, 1894; d. April 

10, 1895. 
(9) Martha Irene Spinney, b. Sept. 2, 1900. 
(7) John Elbridge Pinkham, b. March 11, 1835; d. May 
19. 1906 (Tly.) : a very successful manufacturer of bricks 
at Dover Point, N. H., for many years; his home was one 
of the truest hospitality; m., Nov. 23, 1865, Mrs. Emily 
Jane (Whitney) Pinkham. b. Standi.sh, Me., June 29. 
1853; resides Dover Point, N. H.; she m. (first), William 
Lewis Pinkham of Casco, Me.; she was the daughter of 
Abel Whitney and Sarah Cole. 
(8) De Orville L. Pinkham, b. June 12, 1867; owns a part 

of the old Pinkham homestead on Dover Point, N. H.; 

m., Dec. 25, 1894, Maud Marie Nason, b. Wrentham, 

Mass., Dec. 25, 1870; daughter of Albion T. Nason and 

Clara L. Whitney. 
(7) Mary Adeline Pinkham, b. Jan. 30, 1837; d. Aug. 18, 

1841. 
(7) George Henry Pinkham, b. Jan. 19, 1839; d. Aug. 16, 

1841. 
(7) Caroline Matilda Pinkham, b. Dec. 30, 1842; resides 
Portsmouth. N. H.; m., Jan. 1, 1863, Edwin Coleman, b. 
Dover, N. H., Nov. 15, 1844; carpenter; son of Joseph 
Coleman and Dorothy Card. 
(8) Hannah Ardell Coleman, b. June 24, 1863; resides 

Portsmouth, N. H.; m. (first), Oct. 28, 1879, Frank P. 

Jeimess; m. (second), May 1, 1888, Mr. Canovan. 

Children of first marriage: 

(9) Clara Edna Jenness, b. July 29, 1880; d. Nov. 14, 1880. 
(9) Alice Gertrude Jenness, b. Jan. 5, 1883; d. Sept. 21, 
1885. 

Child of second marriage: 

(9) Flora Gladys Canovan, I). Feb. 28, 1889. 
(8) Annie Lizzie Coleman, b. Oct. 15. 1864; resides Ports- 
mouth, N. H.; m. (first), July 6, 1881, George Alvin 
Roberts; m. (second), July 18, 1893, Ernest Linwood 
Guptill. 



38 PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 

(8) Alice Coleman, b. July 27, 1867; d. March 31, 1868. 

(8) Elonia Melissa Coleman, b. May 27, 1870; resides 
Portsmouth, N. H.; m., Oct. 18, 1894, John George Yar- 
wood. 

(8) Ira Augustus Coleman, b. Oct. 23, 1877; resides Ports- 
mouth, N. H. 

* * * * * 

(5) Enoch Pinkham, b. April 14, 1774. William T. Pinkham 
of Kittery, Me., says: "He was captain of a ship in the 
West Indian trade and sailed out of Portsmouth, N. H. 
Though successful in business he never owned a foot of 
land. He decided at last to marry, go on one more voyage 
and settle down on his return. He married, sailed at once 
and was never heard from." M. Elizabeth Tripe, who d. 
Nov. 14, 1868; daughter of Richard Tripe; no children. 

(5) Sarah Pinkham, b. Sept. 4, 1776. 

4^ * * * * 

(5) Nicholas Pinkham, b. Jan. 10, 1779; d. June 1, 1836; re- 
sided Dover, N. H.; m. Abigail Lamos, b. Aug. 15, 1781; 
daughter of Nathaniel Lamos and Abigail Roberts. "Some 
time after their marriage both were members of the 
Friends' Chui'ch at Dover, N. H. Their first six children 
were members of the same church, and probably the others 
united with it." 

(6) Hannah R. Pinkham, b. March 20, 1804. 
(6) Elizabeth Pinkham, b. Sept. 7, 1806. 
(6) Jonathan L. Pinkham, b. Sept. 27, 1807; m., Jan. 10, 

1827, Betsy Chase. 
(6) Phoebe Pinkham, April 17, 1808. 
(6) Alfred Pinkham, b. Oct. 7, 1809. 
(6) Lavinia Pinkham, b. Oct. 7, 1811. 
(6) Mary W. Pinkham, b. Oct. 11, 1812; d. June 7, 1832. 
(6) Nicholas Pinkham, b. Feb. 17. 1815. 
(6) Sarah A. Pinkham, b. Feb. 24, 1817; d. May 5, 1839; 

m. David Vickery, "out of the church." 
(6) Lydia Pinkham, b. June 22, 1819; "dismissed from 

church." 
(6) James M. Pinkham, b. Sept. 30, 1821. 
(6) Jacob Burleigh Pinkham, b. Oct. 10, 1824 ; "he played the 
violin in church" : his widow. Mrs. H. Jane Pinkham. died 
at Dover. N. H.. Dec. 27, 1902 ; a very faithful member of 
St. John's Methodist Episcopal Church, Dover, N. H. 
***** 
(5) Abigail Pinkham, b. March 12, 1781; d. on the old Pink- 
ham homestead Aug. 17, 1809; unm. 

***** 
(5) Phoebe Pinkham, b. June 20, 1783; d. Oct. 23. 1810; m. 
Capt. John Jackson; in 1853 this family lived at Belfast, Me. 
(6) Frank Jackson. Elizabeth Jackson. 

***** 
(5) John Pinkham, Jr., b. Jan. 8, 1787; d. May 29, 1787. 

***** 
(5) Samuel Pinkham, b. July 22, 1788; d. April 1, 1825; lived 



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BrookfleW, N. H. ; m. Lydia Ham, b. April 10, 1796; d. April 
6, 1880. 

(6) Nathaniel J. Pinkham, b. Oct. 15, 1821. 
(6) Edward J. Pinkham, b. April 16, 1823; buried Somers- 
worth, N. H. ; dismissed from the Friends' Church to Con- 
gregational Church of Somersworth, N. H., July 19, 1857 ; 
m. (first) Oct. 7, 1844, Mary Ann Lee, b. Sept. 11, 1824 ; 
d. April 30, 1881 (57-7-19); m. (second) Widow Hersom. 
Children of the first marriage: 

(7) Edward T. Pinkham. b. Aug. 18, 1845; d. June 21, 1850. 
(7) George A. Pinkham, b. Nov. 24, 1850; resides Union St., 

Somersworth, N. II.; m. Ella Hersom; no children. 
(7) Clara E. Pinkham, b. Aug 17, 1852; d. Aug. 22, 1853. 
(7) Eugene Pinkham, b. March 28, 1855; d. Dec. 9, 1857. 
(7) Clarence Irving Pinkham, b. Feb. 26, 1858; m., Jan 9, 
1896, Annie Ella Page, b. Jan. 15, 1873; daughter of Eli 
Page, clerk of the Friends' Church, Dover, N. H. ; no 
children. 
(7) Edward Henry Pinkham, b. Dec. 4, 1862; deceased. 
* * * * * 

(3) James Pinkham, b. 1687; d. about 1760 (so says John 
Scales, Esq., of Dover, N. II., who sent many of the follow- 
ing records and gave grand help on other portions of this 
Pinkham history) ; m., 1712, Elizabeth Smith, b. 1784; d. 1828; 
daughter of Joseph Smith of Oyster River, N. H.; James 
Pinkham resided on Dover Neck ; was a farmer and probably 
a lumberman; he may have removed to Madbury, N. H., May 
17, 1714; his brother, Thomas Pinkham. sold him land; June 
19, 1714, his father, John Pinkham, sold him his portion 
of the estate ; Aug. 22, 1716, he sold land to his brother, Otis 
Pinkham. 

(4) James Pinkham, b. July 21, 1714; on Dec. 13, 1769, he 
sold land to his brother Jonathan. He must have lived for 
many years at Madbury, N. H., as the following records evi- 
dently refer to him : "At a Parish Meeting held in Madbury, 
N. H., Meeting house, May 3, 1756, James Pinkham was 
chosen one of a Committee of three to call a Gospel minis- 
ter for the Parish. Town Meeting, March 31, 1757, voted 
that the school be kept at the house of James Pinkham, 
Town Meeting, 2nd Monday of June, 1768, James Pinkham 
was chosen Surveyor of the Highways. March 17, 1770, 
James Pinkham chosen Tithing man. March 30, 1773, 
chosen fence viewer. June 6, 1774, chosen one of Committee 
of three to call a man to preach the Gospel. Aug. 14, 1776, 
chosen layer out of lots. April 9, 1796, appointed Pursuer 
of Thieves. March 28, 1797, Tithing man. March 28, 1797, 
Lt. James Pinkham approved as a suitable person to keep a 
Tavern. April 9, 1797, chosen a layer of lots." 
(5) James Pinkham (stated by his descendants to be the son 
of the above James Pinkham) ; m., Feb., 1779, Abigail 
Meserve of Dover, N. H. "He was a cattle dealer and 
drover at Madbury, N. H., and had no daughters." 
(6) Israel Pinkham, b. Madbury, N. H., 1780; he and his 
brother, James Pinkham, went to Biddeford, Me., to learn 



40 PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 

the shoemaker's trade ; he worlced in a shoe manufactory 
the greater part of his life. "He ami his wife, and all his 
children but Albert were members of the Congregational 
Church. Albert united with the Methodist Episcopal 
Church." M. (first) Elizabeth Gray of Biddeford, Me.; 
m. (sec-ond) Hannah Gilpatrick of Biddeford, Me.; no 
children second maifiage. 
Children of first marriage : 

(7) Augusta Pinkham ; m. George Draper, shoemaker, and 
moved to Meriden, Ct. 
(8) Two sons and two daughters. 
(7) Oshea Pinkham, d. 1842, in Springfield, Mass.; biu-ied 
Exeter, N. H.; cotton manufacturer; m. (first) Jane 
Smith, who died at Exeter, N. H.; daughter of Captain 
Smith of Biddeford, Me.; m. (second) Hannah Park 
Dow of Exeter, N. H.; no children. 
Children of the first marriage: 

(8) Elizabeth; lived Biddeford, Me.; m. Mr. Atkinson. 

(8) Sarah Pinlvham; unm. 
(7) Olinda Pinkham, d. Medford, Ma?.s. ; m. Wm. Hill of 
Biddeford, Me. 

(8) Two sons and two daughters. 
Children of the second marriage of Israel Pinkham: 

(7) James Everett Pinkham, b. Biddeford, Me., July 20, 
1817; d. Nov. 25, 1903; Saco, Me., schools; he moved to 
Springfield, Mass., and his first two children were born 
in that town; he moved back to Biddeford, Me., and was 
overseer in a weave room in a cotton mill for many years; 
next moved to Saco, Me.; then to Laconia, N. H., in 1854, 
to be superintendent of a cotton mill; in about ten years 
he moved to Salisbury, Mass.; April 18, 1866, to Schagti- 
cook, N. Y., to manage a woolen mill which manufactured 
fancy cassimeres; retired, 1884; m., Feb. 17, 1839, Sarah 
Clark Brock, b. Strafford, N. H., May 24, 1819; d. Schag- 
ticook, N. Y., Oct. 28, 1880. 

During the residence of Mr. James Everett Pinkham in 
Schagticooke, N. Y., he was deeply interested in the Pres- 
byterian Church, of which he was president and trustee 
for thirty years; for a great part of that time holding the 
office of church treasurer. He was also president of 
the board of trustees of Elmwood Cemetery Association 
for many years. He was greatly interested in the educa- 
tional progress of the village and was president of the 
board of education from 1882-1900. Mr. Pinkham was a 
man beloved by all who knew him, to whom life and its 
activities were sweet, taking each day by itself and 
simply doing the work that it brought; honest, faithful 
and loving. His life will be long and gratefully remem- 
bered. 

(8) Edward Everett Pinkham, b. Springfield, Ma.ss., Dec. 
22, 1840; d. Sept. 19, 1905. "Mr. Edward Everett Pink- 
ham moved to Schagticooke, N. Y., in 1866; he assisted 
his father in the woolen manufacturing business; later 



PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 41 

was engaged in insurance business; he was one of the 
charter members of Post Hartshorn, No. 487, G. A. R., 
was its first commander, which ofiiee he filled for several 
terms; later he was elected quartermaster and held that 
post until his death. He enlisted in the Civil War as 
adjutant of the 15th New Hampshire Volunteers, and was 
honorably discharged from service Aug., 1863. On sev- 
eral occasions he was chosen collector of Schagticooke. 
He was also one of the trustees of the Elmwood Ceme- 
tery Association and for some time trustee of the Pres- 
byterian Church. He was a citizen of sterling type." 
(8) Helen Frances Pinkhani, b. Springfield, Mass., Sept. 
26, 1842; resides Laconia. N. H.; m., March 29, 1864, 
Mr. George F. Mallard, druggist, b. Sept. 25, 1839; son 
of Ephralm Mallard and Mercy Barker. 
(9) Sarah Florence Mallard, b. July 20, 1868; unm. 
(8) Nettie Marion Pinkham, b. Biddeford, Me., June 16, 
1846; resides 49 Church St.. Laconia, N. H.; m. July 6, 
1870, John Tilton Busiel, b. Laconia, N. H., Oct. 12, 1847; 
graduated from Phillips Exeter Academy June, 1864; 
from Harvard College, 1868; woolen manufacturer; his 
father, John Weymouth Busiel, b. Moultonborough, N. 
H., March, 1815; d. Jan. 24, 1901; his mother, Julia 
Maria Tilton, b. Moultonborough, N. H., May 13, 1825. 
(9) Helen Juliette Busiel, b. May 24, 1875; studied in 

Guilford (N. H.) Boarding School; unm. 
(9) John Tilton Busiel, 2d, b. Oct. 17, 1881; d. Oct. 19, 
1881. 
(8) Herbert Brock Pinkham, b. Saco, Me., April 12, 1852; 
d. Sept. 3, 1881 ; m.. Oct. 9, 1872, Alice Gale Vandenburg 
of Schagticook, N. Y.; bookkeeper in a woolen mill and 
proprietor of a grocery store. 
(9) James Edwin Pinkham, b. Sept. 21, 1873. 
(9) Sarah Elizabeth Pinkham, b. May 13, 1880; m. Mr. 
Strope. 

(10) Emma Alice Strope, b. March 17, 1907. 
(7) Albert Pinkham died in youth at Springfield, Mass. 
(7) Prentiss Pinkham died at 25 years; buried in Bidde- 
ford, Me.; unmarried. 
(7) Hannah Elizabeth Pinkham died in youth; buried in 
Biddeford, Me. 
(6) James Pinkham; resided at Biddeford, Me.; went to 
Biddeford, Me., to learn the shoemakers' trade with his 
brother, Israel. 

(7) Egbert Pinkham; cabinet maker and furniture dealer. 
(7) Elizabeth Pinkham; m. Captain Stewart, who was en- 
gaged in the coasting trade. 
(4) The second child of James Pinkham and Elizabeth Smith; 
Urcilla (in old records) ; (Dr. Quint calls this child Wesla), 
b. Oct. 4, 1716. 
(4) Mary Pinkham, b. Sept. 14, 1719; baptized May 22, 1720. 
(4) Lois Pinkham, b. March 2, 1721-2; baptized July 8, 1722. 
(4) Hannah Pinkham, b. Sept. 16, 1723; baptized Oct. 25, 1724. 
(4) Sarah Pinkham, baptized June, 1727. 



42 PINKHAM GENEALOGY, 

(4) Jonathan Pinkham. b. Jan. 18, 1730; baptized May 3, 1730; 

d. Oct. 1784; ni. Elizabeth , who was baptized with 

her children, by Rev. John Cushlng, Nov. 10. 1754 ; Jonathan 
Pinkham sold land to his brother, James Pinkham, Dec. 13, 
1769. 

(5) Hannah Pinkham, b. Oct. 12, 1750; d. Aug. 15, 1812; m., 
1776, William Tasker of Madbury, N. H., b. Nov. 14, 1753; 
d. Sept. 11, 1858; this family settled in that part of Bar- 
rington, N. H., which is now called Strafford. 
(6) Nicholas Tasker, b. March 3, 1777; d. March 30. 1858. 
(6) Jonathan Tasker, b. Nov. 3, 1779; d. March, 1873. 
(6) Nathaniel Tasker, b. Sept. 7, 1784; d. Aug. 27, 1868. 
(6) Elisha Tasker, b. Sept. 16, 1787; d. Feb. 3, 1863; m. Mary 
Buzzell, b. Feb. 4, 1789; d. Dec. 28, 1844; resided Strafford, 
N. H. 
(7) H.annah Pinkham Tasker, b. Nov. 5, 1812; d. June 

22, 1842; m., 1832, Joseph H. Johnson. 
(7) Rev. Levi Buzzell Tasker, b. March 21, 1814; d. Aug. 

29, 1875 ; m. Hannah Pinkham Caswell. 
(7) Deacon Alfred Tasker, b. March 9, 1817; d. 1886; m., 
1840, Mary Margaret Hill, who d. 1880 (58) ; daughter 
of Andrew Neal Hill, Esq. 

(8) Ellen Tasker. b. May 31, 1843; m., Oct. 29, 1865, John 
Scales, Esq., of Dover, N. H. 

(9) Burton True Scales, b. Aug. 11, 1873; teacher in 
Pennsylvania ; m. Sept. 5, 1900, Kate Hubbard Rey- 
nolds. 
(9) Robert Leighton Scales, b. June 20, 1880; graduated 
from Dartmouth College. 
(8) Anna Frances Tasker, b. May 23, 1855; d. Feb. 16, 

1872. 
(8) Lillian Etta Tasker, b. June 13, 1858; d. May 18, 
1877; m., 1876, Albert Foss. 
(7) John Gardner Tasker, b. July 1, 1821; d. July, 1891; 

m., April 29, 1852, Catherine Hall. 
(7) Vincent Pinkham Tasker, b. Dec. 13, 1822; d. April 25, 

1880; m., Sept. 16. 1841, Hannah Walker. 
(7) Mary Elizabeth Tasker. b. June 10, 1825; d. June 10, 

1881; m., April 9. 1867, Moses E. George. 
(7) Elisha Shapleigh Tasker. b. April 18, 1826; d. 1894; 

m., Oct. 6, 1852. Frances Gage. 
(7) Martha M. Tasker, b. Sept. 19, 1827; d. 1882; m., April 

25, 1849, Benjamin Sanborn. 
(7) Asenath Abigail Tasker, b. June 22, 1830; d. 1892; m., 

1889, Benjamin Sanborn. 
(7) Cynthia Jane Tasker. b. Dec. 24, 1831; d. May 23, 1877; 
m.. 1854, Peter Sanborn. 
(6) Emily Ann Tasker, b. April 30, 1835; unm. 
(5) Lois Pinkham, baptized July 31, 1757. 
(5) Jonathan Pinkham. baptized May 25. 1760. 
(5) Deborah Pinkham, baptized Aug. 1, 1762. 
(5) Nathaniel Pinkham, b. Dover, N. H., Oct. 6, 1765; baptized 
Oct. 6, 1766; m. Rebekah Fisher, daughter of Col. Janvrin 
Fisher, who d. of yellow fever Sept. 27, 1798. 
(6) Janvrin Fisher Pinkham, b. 1805; d. Dover, N. H., April 
8, 1863; lived Dover and Wilton, N. H.; m. Desire Linnett 



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PINKHAM GENEALOGY. *** 

York b Standish, Me., and d. Dover, N. H., Sept. 30, 1905; 
dausiiter of Joshua York and Desire Linnett. 
(1) "There were at least three sons, who died without is- 

sue, and daughter, Hannah, who m. Mr. Cole and resides 

at Portsmouth, N. H." 

(8) Fred Cole. _ nvr tt a„„ oc 

(7) Charles Warren Pinkhani, b. Dover, N. H., Aug. 2«, 
1856- d Nov 3, 1888, at Merrimack, Mass.; studied in 
Dover (N. H.) schools; painter and letterer; m. Fannie 
Alma Walker, b. Portsmouth, N. H., Jan. 5, 1855; nvms. 
schools of Dover, N. H.; lived Dover and Portsmouth. 
N H., Merrimack, Mass., arid Seymour, Conn.; daughter 
of Charles T. Walker and Ellen K. Hough. 
(8) Two children; d. in infancy. 17 1070. 

(8) Edward Hale Pinkham, b. Dover, N. H Feb. 17, 1878 
Route 1 Box 3, Dover, N. H.; graduated from Dover 
(N H ) High School; engraver for textile printing; 
m ' June 27, 1906, Alice Gertrude Richmond, b. Dover, 
n'h Aug 1 1879; graduated from Dover High School; 
daughter of Charles B. Richmond and Hannah Elizabeth 
Nason; no children. ik iccc. 

(8) Grace Ellen Pinkham, b. Dover, N. H., Jan. 15 1885, 
Dover schools; m., Dec. 25, 1905, Karl Brandeis, b Ger- 
many; lived Dover, N. H., Merrimack, Mass., and Sey- 
mour, Conn. . 
(9) Karl Edward Brandeis, b. Seymour, Conn., Oct. 6^}, 

1906. 
(7) Lucetta Pinkham; m. Charles Burroughs. 
(8) Grace E. Burroughs, b. and d. Dover, N. H.; unm. 
(8) Wm Pinkham Burroughs, b. Oct. 31, 1873; lived 
Dover N H., and Merrimack, Mass.; engraver for tex- 
tile printing; m., June, 1899, Clara Ash, b. Cheshire, 
England, Oct. 26, 1875; daughter of Charles Ash and 
Jane Anne Southern. 

(9) Dorothy Southern Pinkham, b. Dec. 25, 190U. 
(9) Barbara Ellen Pinkham, b. Sept. 18, 1902; d. Sept. 

23 1903 
(9) Charles William Pinkham, b. Oct. 16, 1903. 
(9) Beatrice Luzette, b. Aug. 3, 1905. 
(9) Harold Ash, b. July 26, 1907. 
(4) Sarah Pinkham, b. April 4, 1741; died young. 
(4) Sarah Pinkham, baptized June 17, 1742. 
(4) Isaac Pinkham, baptized Dec. 29, 1745; he probably re- 
sided at Madbury, N. H., most of his life; chosen tithmg 
man th^-e Dec. 17, 1799 ; March 30, 1801, chosen selectman. 
(4) Elizabeth Pinkham, baptized April 24, 1748. 
(4) Urcilla Pinkham, baptized April 29, 1750. 
(4) Sarah Pinkham, baptized July 12, 1752; died young. 
("Probably b. Jan. 17, 1742.") v, v.i v. 

(4) Sarah Pinkham, baptized May 24, 1754. ("Probably b. 

April 4, 1744.") 
(4) May Pinkham, baptized Nov. 24, 1754. 

***** 

(3) Elizabeth Pinkham; m., March 18. 1718-19, Samuel Nute. 
^ * * * * * 

(3) Sarah Pinkham. 



SECTION TWO. 

RICHARD PINKHAM OF NAXTUCKET, MASS., AND HIS DESCENDANTS. 

His line: (1) Ancestor Richard Pinkham of Dover Neck, N. H. 
(2) Richard Pinkham, who married Elizabeth Leighton. 

(3) Richard Pinkham, b. Dover Neck, N. H. ; died Nantucket, 
Mass., 1718 ; the descendants say that he went to Nantucket 
about 1680 in the good sloop Rochester; a man of noble and 
sturdy character; he was no doubt a member of the Friends' 
Church as so many of his descendants were faithful helpers 
in that church; ra., 1683, Mary Coffin, b. Dover, N. H., April 
18, 1665; d. Nantucket, Mass., Feb. 1, 1741; the daughter of 
Hon. James Coffin and Mary Severance ; Mary Severance was 
the daughter of John Severance and Abigail of Salis- 
bury, Mass., and she d. on Nantucket, Mass., .July 28, 1720 
(80y.). The Hon. James Coffin was the fourth son of the 
ancestor, Tristram Coffin of Brixton, near Plymouth, Eng- 
land, and of his wife, Dionis Stevens, daughter of Robert Stev- 
ens, Esq., of Brixton, England. In 1642 this ancestor, Tris- 
tram Coffin, with his wife, five small children, his widowed 
mother and two unmarried sisters, came to America, living 
in Salisbury. Haverhill and Newbury, Mass., and in 1659 he 
went to Nantucket, which was then under the jurisdiction of 
New York, and made arrangements for the purchase of the 
island by a company which he organized at Salisbury, Mass. 
In 1660 he moved to Nantucket with his family and died 
there, Oct. 2, 1681 (76y.). Among the descendants of this 
ancestor, Tristram Coffin, were some of the sturdiest and 
most enterprising men and women of Nantucket, etc. The 
family history should be studied with great interest by all de- 
scended from Richard Pinkham, who made such a wise choice 
of a wife in Mary Coffin. "Her father, Hon. James Coffin, 
removed from Nantucket to Dover Neck. N. H., about 1668, 
being a member of the church there in 1671. On May 31, 1671, 
he was made a freeman at Dover. After awhile he returned 
to Nantucket, which was ever after his home. He filled sev- 
eral important public offices at Nantucket, among them Judge 
of the Probate Court. He was the father of fourteen chil- 
dren, all but two of which grew to maturity. From him have 
descended, perhaps, the most remarkable representatives of 
the Coffin family, as doubtless the most numerous and gener- 
ally scattered. Of this line was Gen. John Coffin, who had 
two sons who were admirals in the English navy; Admiral 
Sir Isaac Coffin was a brother of Gen. John Coffin. The fam- 
ous Lucretia Mott was of this Coffin line." (Mrs. Mary Cof- 
fin Pinkham m. (second), James Gardner; son of Richard 
Gardner and wife, Sarah .) 

Children of Richard Pinkham and Mary Coffin : 
(4) Jonathan Pinkham, b. 1684; probably m. Mary Bnnker. 
(See records of his children at close of this section.) 



PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 45 

(4) Shubal Pinkham, b. June 7, 1691; d. Oct. 27, 1767; m., 
Nov. 9, 1712, Abigail Bunker, b. Nantucket, Mass., 1689 ; d. 
Sept. 13, 1776; daughter of William Bunker and Mary Macey. 
(5) Mary Pinkham, b. 1713. 

(5) Ebenezer Pinkham, b. 1715; "probably died in youth." 
(5) Ruth Pinkham, b. 1716. 

(5) Richard Pinkham, b. Oct. 16, 1718. One says: "Married 
Miriam Gardiner, who was a double descendant of Joseph 
Austin of Dover, N. H." Another correspondent: "Rich- 
ard Pinkham married, Sept. 1742, Miriam Coffin, daughter 
of Samuel Coffin and Miriam Gardiner." 

The children, all born on Nantucket : 

(6) Richard Pinkham, b. Oct. 27, 1752; d. Barrington, Nova 
Scotia, Aug. 17, 1830. "After serving an apprenticeship 
as a blacksmith at Nantucket, Mass., he shipped as a 
blacksmith in a whaling vessel. When returning from 
this trip his ship was overhauled by a British man-of-war, 
and Richard Pinkham, with two others, was impressed 
into the king's service. The British vessel sailed for the 
Nova Scotia coast and anchored in Margaret's Bay, near 
Halifax. Pinkham and three others jumped overboard in 
the night and swam to the shore. For over a week they 
hid on one of the islands, and finally reached the main- 
land. Knowing that some of the Nantucket people had 
settled around Barrington, N. S.. Richard Pinkham finally 
worked his way to that place, where he settled and estab- 
lished a blacksmith's shop. Richard Pinkham m. at Bar- 
rington, Nova Scotia, Jan. 1, 1777, Lydia Coffin, b. Nan- 
tucket, Mass., Nov. 3, 1760; d. May 16, 1836. 

Children of Richard Pinkham and Lydia Coffin, b. Barrington, 
Nova Scotia : 

(7) Rhoda Pinkham, b. April 16, 1778; d. Oct. 17, 1782. 
(7) Parnel Pinkham, b. Sept. 14, 1780; m. John Kenney. 
(7) Deborah Pinkham, b. Jan. 27, 1787; m. Gemaliel Ken- 
ney. 
(7) John Davis Pinkham, b. Feb. 6, 1790; d. Nov. 29, 1865; 
m. in Shelburne, N. S., Dec. 31, 1812. Catherine Royer 
(Ryer), b. May 14, 1793; d. Oct. 27, 1845; resided Bar- 
rington and Shelburne, N. S. 

(8) John Coffin Pinkham, b. Barrington, N. S., Oct. 13, 
1813; d. Gloucester, Mass., Jan. 30, 1871; buried Oak 
Grove Cemetery, Gloucester, Mass.; shoemaker; m. 
(first). Miss Nickerson ; m. (second), Deborah Smith, 
b. Pm-t La Tour, N. S., 1811 ; d. 1886. 

(9) A son of the first marriage is said to have served 
in the Civil AVar, and to have died in Libby Prison. 

Children of the second marriage : 

(9) Edward C. Pinkham, b. Barrington, N. S., Sept. 15, 
1845 ; carpenter and builder ; has resided in Massachu- 
setts towns, Gloucester, Lynn, Chelsea and Revere; m., 
Jan. 31, 1867, Mary E. Crowell, b. Barrington, N. S., 
Oct. 25, 1850 ; the daughter of Archilaus Crowell and 
Hannah . 



46 PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 

(10) Leslie A. Pinkham, b. Barrington, N. S., Jan. 5, 
1868; resides Main Street, Gloucester, Mass.; m., Jan. 
12, 1892, Sophia Morse; no children. 
(10) Hannah A. Pinkham, b. Halifax, N. S., Jan. 20, 
1873; resides 64 Tinson Street, Lynn, Mass.; m., Nov. 
6, 1899, William H. Holmes. 
(11) Hazel M. E. G. Holmes, b. June 1. 1900. 
(10) Mary E. Pinkham, b. Gloucester, Mass., Nov. 5, 
1874; resides 6 Elmwood Road, Swampscott, Mass.; m., 
Jan. 27, 1896, Fi'ank C. Hutchinson. 
(11) George E. Hutchinson, b. Sept. 11, 1896. 
(11) Frank C. Hutchinson, b. July 31, 1900; d. April 
18, 1901. 
(10) Ethel Pinkham, b. Barrington, N. S., Nov. 25, 1886; 
resides Revere, Mass. 
(8) Lydia Pinkham, b. Oct. 17, 1815; she lived and died at 
E. Boston, Mass., and is buried in Oak Grove Cemetery, 
Gloucester, Mass.; m. (first), Addison Parsons; m. 
(second), Mr. Lawson. 
(9) Richard Henry Parsons, Reading, Mass. 
(8) Mary E. Pinkham, b. Aug. 3, 1817; m. Edward Ether- 
ington. 

(9) Robert Etherington, Gunning Cove, Nova Scotia. 
(8) Conrad Pinkham, b. Barrington, N. S., Nov. 3, 1819; 
d. March, 1853; ship carpenter; m. Ann Margaret Ether- 
ington, b. Sept. 3, 1820. (She is m. a second time and 
resides Lockport, N. S.) The son, W. D. E. Pinkham, 
says : "My father, Conrad Pinkham, died when I was 
five years old, leaving four small children, who had to 
be separated never to meet again on earth." 
(9) Mrs. Elmira Chase, West Harwich, Mass. 
. (9) Conrad Pinkham; d. Gloucester, Mass. His widow 
and children live Haskell Street, East Gloucester, 
Mass. 
(9) Walter Dodds Etherington Pinkham, b. Barrington, 
N. S., Jan. 15, 1848; shoemaker at Barrington Head, 
N. S.; m., March 14, 1879, Frances Olson Crowell, b. 
Oct. 20, 1868 ; daughter of Walter L. Crowell and 

Sarah S. . 

(10) Sarah Mabel Pinkham, b. May 8, 1880; dressmaker 

at Needham, Mass. 
(10) Samuel Atwood Pinkham, b. April 20, 1882. 
(10) Ada Frances Pinkham, b. Sept. 11, 1894. 
(10) Ralph Etherington Pinkham, b. Jan. 30, 1901. 
(9) Gamaliel K. Pinkham, b. Lockport, N. S., Nov. 13, 
1853. 
(8) Robert Pinkham, b. Sept. 30, 1821; lived Gloucester, 
Mass.; m. Eliza (Collins) Wonson. 
(9) Mrs. Susan Anderson, Gloucester, Mass. 
(8) Richard Pinkham, b. Barrington, N. S., July 18, 1824; 
d. San Diego, Cal., May 26, 1888; lived long at Chelsea, 
Mass.; ship carpenter; m., Feb. 14, 1849, Anna Barbara 
Collins, b. Broad River, N. S. (now Somerville), Oct. 
1, 1823; d. Feb. 21, 1904; daughter of Martin Collins 
and Janet McKay. 



PINKHAM GENEALOGY. ' 47 

(9) Edith Elizabeth Pinkham, b. E. Boston, Mass., Oct. 
12, 1851; resides Boston, Mass.; m., Aug. 3, 1871, 
Charles Jotham Lord, b. E. Boston, Mass., Oct. 22, 1850 ; 
studied Clifton School, East Boston, Mass.; builder; 
son of David Furbush Lord and Mary Hall; no chil- 
dren. 
(9) Charles Walter Pinkham, b. Nov. 16, 1856; d. July 
11, 1862. 
(8) Parnel Pinkham, b. May 9, 1826; resides Gloucester, 

Mass. 
(8) Catherine Pinkham, b. June 9, 1829; d. Aug. 7, 1829. 
(8) Deborah Pinkham, b. Dec. 13, 1830; d. Feb. 22, 1886; 

m. Jabez Snow. 

(8) Mercy K. Pinkham, b. Dec. 25, 1833; m. William Rap. 

(8) George Henry Pinkham. b. Barrington, N. S., July 29, 

1836; resides 54 Grove Street, Gloucester, Mass.; has 

also lived Barrington and Shelburne, N. S.; m., Nov. 23, 

1862, Ellen Frances Lewis, b. Boston, Mass., Dec. 4, 1841 ; 

daughter of Henry Lewis and Elizabeth Jameson. 

(9) George Henry Pinkham, b. Nov. 25, 1863; d. July 22, 

1865.- 
(9) Ellen Maud Pinkham, b. Dec. 12, 1866. 
(9) Kate Louise Pinkham, b. Oct. 29, 1868; resides Som- 
erville, Mass.; graduated from Gloucester (Mass.) High 
School, June, 1886 ; teacher in Gloucester schools, 1888- 
'96; m., May 6, 1896, Charles Henry Harmon, b. Glou- 
cester, Mass. 
(9) Francis Loring Pinkham, b. May 13, 1871; d. Dec. 

16, 1876. 
(9) Ernest F. Pinkham, b. Aug. 15, 1875; d. Oct., 1875. 
(9) William Merrill Pinkham, b. Nov. 8, 1877; gradu- 
ated from Gloucester (Mass.) High School, June 21, 
1895. 
(9) Charles Holden Pinkham, b. June 17, 1881; machin- 
ist at Somerville, Mass. 
(8) William Wallace Pinkham, b. Barrington, N. S., July 
29, 1836; resides Somerville, Mass. ; long occupied in 
the Gloucester, Mass., fisheries ; m., July 29, 1862, Har- 
riet Ellen Firth, b. Shelburne, N. S.. June 23, 1840; 
daughter of Charles Firth and Elizabeth Nickerson of 
Liverpool, N. S. 
(9) Charles Davis Pinkham, b. Aug. 3, 1863; d. Dec. 17, 

1865. 
(9) William Fitz Pinkham, b. Gloucester, Mass.. Aug. 5, 
18jS6; graduated from Gloucester (Mass.) Grammar 
School; manufacturing optician, 288-290 Boylston 
Street, Boston, Mass.; Pinkham & Smith, Prescription 
Opticians, photographic supplies, cameras, etc. ; presi- 
dent and treasurer of Pinkham & Smith Co.; has lived 
in Boston over 25 years ; ra., Jime 28, 1893, Harriet 
Ella Kempton, b. Milton, N. S., Feb. 15, 1867; gradu- 
ated from Somerville (Mass.) Grammar and High 
Schools; daughter of J. Curtis Kempton, b. Caledonia, 
N. S., Dec. 25, 1828 (of Jonathan Kempton and Susan 
Jane Christopher) ; m. in Lockport, N. S., Deborah 



48 PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 

Lloyd, b. Lockport, N. S., Jan. 29, 1833 (she was the 
daughter of Daniel Lloyd and Isabella Ann Thompsoa 
Children, b. Somerville, Mass.: 

(10) Harold Lloyd Pinkham, b. April 23, 1896. 
(10) Mildred Pinkham, b. Jan. 8, 1899. 
(10) Clifford Firth Pinkham, b. Dec. 8, 1901. 
(10) Curtis Kempton Pinkham, b. Feb. 22, 1903. 
(9) Austin Mackie Pinkham, b. Gloucester, Mass., Oct. 
2, 1871 ; attorney-at-law, 27 State St., Boston, Mass. ; 
resides 12 Powder House Terrace, Somerville, Mass. ; 
has lived Gloucester, Boston, Cambridge and Somer- 
ville, Mass. ; graduated from Prince Street School, Bos- 
ton, Mass., 1886; Boston Latin School, 1891; Harvard 
University, 1894 ; Boston University Law School ; m., 
Nov. 16, 1899, Annie Wouson Marston, b. Gloucester, 
Mass., Jan. 11, 1873 ; daughter of William Marston and 
Georgianna Wonson of Gloucester. Mass. ; graduated 
Gloucester (Mass.) High School, 1892. 
(10) Austin Marston Pinkham, b. Somerville, Mass., 

July 9, 1904. 
(10) Marion Storey Pinkham, b. Somerville, Mass., Dec. 
18, 1905; d. Aug. 7, 1906. 
(7) Mathew Pinkham, b. Aug. 22, 1792; "in his last years 
resided with his son, Edward Pinkham, at East Boston, 
Mass.; m. Polly Hawkes." 

(8) Tristram Pinkham; Walnut Street. Somerville, Mass. 
(7) Robert Pinkham, b. July 13, 1796; m. (first), Miss 

Knowles; m. (second). Miss Kendrick. 
(7) Josiah Coffin Pinkham, b. Dec. 5, 1779; d. March 5, 
1878 (78v.); m. (first), Feb.. 1825, Martha Elvira Doane, 
b. Barrington, N. S., Jan. 26, 1798 ; d. Nov. 16, 1887 (90y.) ; 
daughter of Prince Doane; m. (second), Sarah Harding 
of Barrington, N. S. 

(8) Josiah Pinkham, Jr., b. Barrington, N. S.; deceased. 
(8) Harriet Augu.sta Pinkham. b. Barrington, N. S.; de- 
ceased. 
(8) Samuel Pinkham, b. Barrington, N. S., Oct. 6, 1832; 
in 1867 moved to Kennebunkport, Me.; cabinet maker, 
painter and paper hanger; m., Nov. 14, 1855, Laura 
Jane (March) Henderson, b. Kennebunkport, Me., May 
24, 1834 ; daughter of Wm. March and Jane Hufifer ; she 
m. first Lewis Henderson. 
(9) Josiah Osborne Pinkham, b. Dorchester, Mass., Jan. 

1. 1857; d. Dec. 6. 1868. 
(9) Elvira Jane Pinkham, b. Dorchester, Mass., Jan. 21, 

1858; d. Sept. 26, 1861. 
(9) Ara Adna Pinkham, b. Dorchester, Mass., Oct. 5, 

1859; d. Nov. 4, 1862. 
(9) Martha Jane Pinkham, b. Barrington, N. S., March 
26, 1862; m., Dec. 31, 1887, Henry Wil.son Smith, b. 
N. Kennebunkport, Me., April 3, 1855 ; machinist ; son 
of Thomas Smith and Elizabeth Patten; no children; 
address, 119 Foss St., Biddeford, Me. 
(9) Cora Belle Pinkham, b. Barrington, N. S., Jan. 15, 
1865, d. Aug. 26, 1881. 



PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 49 

(9) Sarah Abbie Pinkhani, b. Barrington, N. S., Oct. 5, 

1866; d. Jan. 26, 18G9. 
(9) Abbie Augusta Pinkhani, b. Kennebunkport, Me., 

Dec. 14, 1868; d. Nov. 8, 1885. 
(9) Edward Albert Pinkhani, b. Kennebunkport, Me., 
April 15, 1871; machinist at Kennebunkport, Me.; m., 
May 19, 1892, Clara Esther Gooch of Kennebunkport, 
Me., b. May 20, 1863; Kennebunkport schools; daughter 
of Hiram Tripp Gooch and Abbie Rhodes Smith. 
(8) Abigail Sargent Pinkham, b. Barrington, N. S. ; de- 
ceased. 
(8) James Doane Pinkham, b. Barrington, N. S.; d. 
Greenland; ni. 

(9) Three children; all unm. 
(8) Rosanna Doane Pinkham, b. Barrington, N. S., Aug. 
16, 1839; resides Barrington Head, N. S.; m., Dec. 22, 
1864, Jonathan Smith Kendrick, b. Dec. 1, 1839; son of 

Edward Kendrick and Mary ; no children. 

(8) Sarah Sargent Pinkham, b. 1842; resides Barrington, 
N. S. ; m., Dec. 23, 1871, William J. Smith, b. Oct. 16, 
1846; son of Allen Smith and Mary Davis. 
(9) Maurice McLellan Smith, b. Nov. 5, 1874; black- 
smith at Barrington, N. S. ; m., Nov., 1879, Isabel Stod- 
dard. 

(10) Raymond Allen Smith, b. 1900. ' 
(10) Lillie Moor Smith, b. 1901. 

(9) Cassie Minerva Dexter Smith, b. Nov. 8, 1835; dress- 
maker. 
(7) Rosanna Pinkham, b. Jan. 19, 1803; m. Prince Doane. 

:{: 4: # ^ ^ 

(6) Matthew Pinkham, second child of Richard Pinkham 
and Miriam Coffin of Nantucket, Mass., b. Nantucket, 
Mass., March 20, 1755; d. Nantucket, June 11, 1831; m. 
Judith Morris, b. May 29, 1759; daughter of Jacob Mor- 
ris and Judith Coe. 
Children all born Nantucket, Mass. : 
(7) Reuben Pinkham, b. 1782. 
(7) John Coffin Pinkham, b. 1785. 

(7) Henry Morris Pinkham, b. May 21, 1790; d. Medford, 
Mass., March, 1874; m. (first) at Nantucket, Mass., Jan. 
28, 1813, Catherine Way Jenks, b. Boston, Mass., Jan. 17, 
1798; d. Nantucket, Mass., Nov. 25, 1835; daughter of 
Samuel Jenks and Polly Way; m. (second), Martha Lam- 
bert. 
Children of ^rst marriage, all born in Nantucket, Mass.: 

(8) Charlotte Jenks Pinkham, b. 1814; deceased; m., 1834, 

Abraham Hoxie ; resided Sandwich, Mass. 
(8) Samuel Haynes Pinkham, b. 1817; d. at sea, 1837; unm. 
(8) Emily Bigelow Pinkham, b. 1820; d. 1851; unm. 
. (8) Richard Gardner Pinkham, b. 1822; m. (first), Re- 
becca Smith; m. (second). Widow Ellen Adams. 
(8) Matthew Pinkham, b. Feb. 14, 1825; d. Boston, Mass., 
Aug. 28, 1872 ; m. in Boston, Mass., Aug. 22, 1872, Lucy 



50 PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 

Ann Lozell, b. Belliugham. Mass., Sept. 19. 1825; daugh- 
ter of Benjamin Lozell and Martha Guild. 
Children born Sandwich, Mass. : 

(9) Henry Morris Pinkham, b. Aug. 31, 1851; resides 

Melrose Highlands, Mass. ; in., April 26, 1882, Frank- 

ette Russell; daughter of Frank Russell and Etta Fol- 

som. 

(9) Ellis Guild Pinkham, b. April 24, 1855; resides New 

York City; unm. 
(9) Arthur Sumner Pinkham, b. Jan. 1, 1859; resides 
New York City; m. Jessie Frost De Clue. 
(10) Three children. 
(9) Lucy Abbie Pinkham, b. Dec. 20, 1862; resides 63 St. 
Botolph Street, Melrose Highlands, Mass.; lived many 
years in New York City; m., Oct. 20, 1884, Joseph W. 
Ivey; d. Jan. 17, 1888; no children. 
(8) Martha Washington Jenks Pinkham. b. 1827; d. April 

20, 1900; m. Ezra Stevens of Sandwich, Mass. 
(8) Alexander Bunker Pinkham, b. 1830; d. 1836. 
(8) Catherine Jenks Pinkham, b. 1833; resides Hyannis, 
Mass.; m. James Blagdon. 
Children of second marriage of Henry Morris Pinkham with 
Martha Lambert : 

(8) Isabella Pinkham, b. Nantucket, Mass., 1837; resides 

Sandwich, Mass. ; m. Robert Hoxie. 
(8) Henry Morris Pinkham, Jr., b. 1838; drowned 1850. 
(8) Alexander Bunker Pinkham, b. Sandwich, Mass., 1840; 

resides Roxbury, Mass.; m. Charity Jones. 
(8) Avis Folger Pinkham, b. Sandwich, Mass., 1843; re- 
sides Somerville, Mass.; m. Henry Manning. 
(8) Frederick Brown Coleman Pinkham, b. Sandwich, 
Mass., 1847; m. Dora Folger. 
(7) Coffin Pinkham, b. 1798. 
Other children of Richard Pinkham and Miriam Coffin : 

(6) Phoebe Pinkham. (6) Mary Pinkham. (6) Samuel 
Pinkham. 

* * * 4: . 4: 

(5) Abigail Pinkham. b. 1722. 

(5) Benjamin Pinkham. b. 1724. 

(5) Shubal Pinkham. b. 1726. 

(5) Phcpbe Pinkham. b. 1731. 

(5) Daniel Pinkham, b. 1735. 

(5) Anna Pinkham. 

(4.) Nathaniel Pinkham, b. 1693-'94. 

***** 

(4) Deborah Pinkham, b. 1694-'95. 

***** 
(4) Daniel Pinkham, b. 1697. 

***** 

(4) Barnabas Pinkham, b. 1700.. 



PINKHAM GENEALOGY, 51 

(4) Peleg Pinkham, b. 1702. 

***** 
(4) Theophilus Pinkham, b. March 14, 1706; d. Saturday, 
March 2, 1782 (76y., "wanting 12d.") ; carpenter at Nan- 
tucket, Mass.; m. (first), Oct. 18, 1728, Deborah Paddock, 
b. June 17, 1709; d. March 5, 1760. One account says of 
her: "Deborah (Paddock) Bunker, widow of Benjamin 
Bunker and daughter of Nathaniel Paddock." M. (second), 
Lydia Pinkham. 

***** 
(5) Reuben Pinkham, b. Aug. 6, 1730; d. in France, 1758. 
Tlie old family Bible says: "He sailed from home for 
England, Feb. 29, 1758; taken and carried into France; 
died from small pox the following summer; day in the 
month unknown." 

***** 
(5) Mary Pinkham, b. Nov. 4, 1733; d. Dec. 30, 1795 (62y. 
Im. 15d.) ; m. as his second wife, Henry Clark of Newport, 
R. I. 

***** 

(5) Paul Pinkham, b. Sunday, Aug. 1, 1736; d. Dec. 30, 1799. 
He was long the keeper of the Great Point light at Nan- 
tucket, Mass. ; a famous pilot, and made several maps and 
charts of the Nantucket shoals. "In the War of 1812 a 
vessel passed Great Point with a signal for a pilot flying. 
Paul Pinkham went out to her and found that it was a' 
ship of the enemy. He took her into port safely as her 
captain was a Free Mason. Being a Mason he was not 
taken prisoner." Miss Sarah L. Maeey, Liberty Street, 
Nantucket, Mass., has the old family Bible of Paul Pink- 
ham, bought in New York City, 1762; it was given to her 
by her great-aunt, Eliza P. Perkins. "I have my great- 
grandmother Swaine's Quaker bonnet and silver spoon 
marked 'I. D. S.' My great-grandmother was a staunch 
Quaker; an invalid most of her life; meetings were held 
at her Polpis, Nantucket, home." "We have a chair be- 
longing to Paul Pinkham and wife, Jemima. Paul Pink- 
ham had a good education for those days. He taught his 
children well, as the Great Point light was so far from 
school." Paul Pinkham m. Jemima Gardner4, b. Sunday, 
July 2, 1738. She was the daughter of Grafton Gardners, 
b. May 3, 1707 ; d. April 13, 1789, and who m. Abigail Cof- 
fin, b. Dec, 1708; d. March 21, 1796. Jemima Gardner was 
the granddaughter of George Gardners, who d. 1750, who m. 
Eunice ^tarbuck, who d. 1766. Jemima Gardner was the 
great-granddaughter of John Gardneri, who went to Nan- 
tucket, Mass., in 1668 ; he d. 1706, and his wife Priscilla, d. 
1717. (Eunice Starbuck, mentioned above, was the daugh- 
ter of Nathaniel Starbuck and Mary Coffin, seventh child 
of the ancestor, Tristram Coffin and Dionis Stevens. Silas 
Gardner, brother of the above Jemima Gardner, went to 
Cape Porpoise, Me., April 21, 1801, and remained there un- 
til his death. He was born Nantucket, Mass., Sept. 27, 
1753; d. May 17, 1826; unm.) 



52 PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 

(6) Deborah Pinkham, b. Wednesday, Oct. 26, 1761; d. April, 
1839 ; m. George Swaine of Nantucket, Mass., b. July 2, 
1762; he always resided at Nantucket, Mass.; light keeper 
and farmer. 

(7) George Swaine, b. 1786; d. young. 

(7) Deborah Swaine, b. July 14, 1788; d. July 27, 1867; 
studied in private school, Nantucket, Mass. ; m., at Great 
Point light, Nantucket, Mass., Sept. 8, 1808, Tristram Cof- 
fin, b. Edgartown, Mass., Jan. 10, 1786; d. April 8, 1847; 
carpenter at Edgartown and Nantucket; son of Tristram 

Coffin and Abigail . 

(8) William Nash Coffin, b. Sept. 20, 1810, d. July 15, 

1876. 
(8) Timothy Wyer Coffin, b. Nov. 13, 1813; d. Nov. 11, 1834. 
(8) George Swaine Coffin, b. Sept. 3, 1817; d. Oct. 14; 

1820. 
(8) Sarah Smith Coffin, b. Sept. 3. 1817; has always re- 
sided in Nantucket, Mass.; m. Charles Wendell Macey, 
b. Nantucket, Mass., Oct. 3, 1815; d. July 14, 1863; stud- 
ied in Nantucket schools; seaman; son of Peleg Macey 
and Lucretia Folger. 

(9) Charles Wendell Macey, Jr., b. Dec. 28, 1841; re- 
sides 220 Elm Street, West Somerville, Mass.; railroad 
business; studied in the Coffin School, Nantucket, 
Mass.; m., Aug. 29, 1865, Mary Brown Hale, b. Oct. 8, 
1842; attended Newburyport, Mass., schools. 
(10) Arthur Hale Macey, b. Nantucket, Mass., Dec. 21, 
1866; graduated from Medford (Mass.) High School, 
1882 ; m., June 18, 1893, Anna Maria Shelbaker of 
Philadelphia, Pa., b. Feb. 1, 1865 ; daughter of Joseph 
S. and Jane Tise. 

(11) Philip Arthur Macey, b. Nov. 24, 1893. 
(11) Frances Bradeen Macey, b. Aug. 24, 1896. 
(9) Ellen Maria Macey, b. Jan. 18, 1847; resides Nan- 
tucket, Mass. ; m., Sept. 1865, Henry Bearse Clisby of 
Nantucket, Mass., b. July 22, 1846; son of Henry 
Bearse Clisby. 

(10) Henry B. Clisby, Jr., b. Julv 22, 1866. 
(10) Fred William Clisby, b. Sept. 4, 1868. 
(10) Lydia Adams Clisby, b. Oct. 27, 1869; d. Nov. 8, 
1885. 
(9) Sarah Lucretia Macey, b. Oct. 11, 1851; d. April 25, 

1854. 
(9) Ezra Wood Macey, b. April 5, 1854; d. Oct. 28, 1856. 
(9) Sarah Lucretia Macey, b. Oct. 27, 1856; resides Nan- 
tucket, Mass. 
(9) Clinton Coffin Macey, b. Aug. 8, 1858; grocer at Nan- 
tucket. Mass.; studied in Nantucket schools; m., May 
17, 1883, Emma Collins, b. Nantucket, Mass., Dec. 11, 
1860; daughter of Bernard Collins. 
(10) Charles Bernard Macey, b. June 30, 1884; d. Sept. 

3, 1897. 
(10) Huram Wade Macey, b. Feb. 22, 1887; studied in 
Nantucket, Mass., schools. 
(8) Phoebe Swaine Coffin, b. Jan. 15, 1822; d. June 26, 
1837. 




Seth Henry Pinkham 



PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 



53 



(8) Ann Barnard Coffin, b.May 26, 1826; d. Aug. 8, 1836. 

(8) Eliza Ann Coffin, b. April 22, 1831; d. June 3, 1862; 
m;, May 3, 1853, John Climery, b. June 9, 1820; seaman. 

(9) Son; d. in youth, June 30, 1862. 
(7) George Swalne, Jr., b. Oct. 31, 1791; d. May 14, 1880; 

blacksmith at Nantucket, Mass. ; m., Nov., 1821, Phoebe 

Starbuck of Nantucket, Mass. 
(8) William Bunker Swaine. 
(8) Susan B. Swaine; d. young. 
(7) Phoebe Swaine, b. April 22, 1794; d. Feb., 1818. 
(7) Josiah Swaine, b. 1796; d. young. 
(7) Love Swaine, b. Oct. 12, 1799; d. June 5, 1885; m., 

Sept. 9, 1841, Harvey Smith. 
(7) Eliza Perry Swaine, b. Jan. 14, 1802; d. March 17, 

1892; m., Dec. 25, 1842,. William B. Perkins of New 

Hampshire. 
(7) Margaret Pinkham Swaine, b. July 1, 1804; d. Dec, 11, 
1883; m. Thomas Smith of Edgartown, Mass. 
(8) Angeline Smith. 
(8) Mary Abbie Smith. 

(8) Margaret Smith; m. A. A. Sally of Woburn, Mass. 
(6) Paul Pinkham, Jr. (second child of Paul Pinkham and 
Jemima Gardner), b. Nantucket, Mass., Saturday, Sept. 
24, 1763; d. Cape Porpoise, Me., Nov. 8, 1807; he was a 
very successful trader. In June, 1799, he moved from 
Nantucket, Mass., and lived a while in Londonderry, N. 
H.; in April, 1801, he moved to Cape Porpoise, Me., erect- 
ing the house, a picture of wliich is given in the opening 
of this boolv ; a man whose excellent qualities have been 
well illustrated in his descendants; m., Dec. 18, 1796, 
Mercy Cobb of Kingston, Mass., who d. Jan. 6, 1835. One 
writes of this branch of the family : "I think these peo- 
ple were members of the Friends' Church when they 
moved to Cape Porpoise, Me. There being no church of 
that faith near, the descendants have attended other 
churches. Emily Grant, wife of Capt. Silas Pinkham, was 
a devoted member of the Baptist Church and always took 
her children there to services, though they walked two 
and a half miles. Seth Henry Pinkham and his first 
wife were also members of that Baptist Church. The 
later members of the family attended the Methodist 
Church at Cape Porpoise, Me." 
(7) Capt. Silas Pinkham, only child, b. Nantucket, Mass., 

Dec. 7, 1781; lost at sea in the Bay of Fundy, April 27, 

1843; m., Nov., 1824, Emily Grant, b. Nov. 28, 1804; d. 

Sept. 11, 1865; daughter of Daniel Grant and Ruth Huff. 
(8) Seth Henry Pinkham, b. Kennebunkport, Me., Aug. 
12, 1825; d. June 1, 1892 ; studied in the Kennebunkport, 
Me., schools; learned his trade of carpenter and archi- 
tect of George Nowell of Boston, Mass.; early in life 
he went to New Orleans, La., and engaged in business. 
Early in 1848, with two friends, he made the long and 
dangerous journey overland through Mexico and Lower 
California to the California gold fields. In this journey 
many perilous adventures were had and the men nearly 



54 PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 

perished with hunger and thirst. After almost incred- 
ible hardships, they arrived in San Francisco, Cal., and 
went at once to the gold mines. Here Seth H. Pinkham 
was fairly successful, but he soon returned to San Fran- 
cisco, where he erected various buildings, some of which 
were of fine character. He then engaged in the coast- 
ing business and for several years ran a freighter from 
Alviso to San Francisco. In 1854 he returned to Kenne- 
bunkport, Me., where he engaged in trade for a year or 
two. He then bought Bickford's Island at Cape Por- 
poise, Me., and converted it into a big fish stand. He 
also built a large store for general merchandise, cen- 
trally located in Cape Porpoise, Me., village. In this 
he remained in business with his son until his death. 
He held various town offices at Cape Porpoise ; for many 
years deputy inspector, town agent, selectman, repre- 
sentative to the Legislature from Kennebunkport, Me. 
He was a man of superior endowments, tall and well 
proportioned, with a noble and intelligent countenance. 
His voice was A'ery musical. He was a man of strict 
integrity and he was highly respected by all his busi- 
ness associates. He was very kind and friendly to all. 
M. (first), Feb. 24, 1858, Mary Eliza Browne of Kenne- 
bunkport, Me., b. Kennebunkport, Me., Feb. 12, 1826 ; d. 
Dec. 8, 1871 ; daughter of Jacob Browne and Sallie 
Murphy of Kennebunkport, Me.; m. (second), March 5, 
1884, Mrs. Annie M. Perkins, b. Feb. 29, 1849; d. July 
18, 1907; widow of Capt. George G. Perkins; daughter 
of Jeddediah Towne and Sarah of Cape Por- 
poise, Me. ; no children of this second marriage. 
Children of first marriage : 

(9) Winfred F. Pinkham, b. Jan. 6, 1859; storekeeper at 
Cape Porpoise, Me.; studied in the town schools and 
High School; m., Dec. 25, 1897, Kate L. xVlleu, b. Ken- 
nebunkport, Me., April 21, 1864; studied in Kennebunk- 
port schools; daughter of William Allen and Cai-rie 
Jennett Bean of Kennebunkport. Me.; Mr. Pinkham 
and wife are faithful members of the Methodist Church. 
(10) Seth Henry Pinkham, b. Sept. 2, 1898. 
(9) Mary Emily Pinkham, b. Aug. 18, 1860; resides Ken- 
nebunkport, Me. 
(9) Paul Herman Pinkham, b. Julv 18, 18G2; d. Oct. 18, 

1862. 
(9) Sarah Matilda Pinkham, b. June 1, 1865; d. Jime 9, 
1866. 
(8) Capt. Silas Gardner Pinkham, b. Cape Porpoise, Me., 
Nov. 8, 1S28; d. April 13, 1899; m. (first), April, 1863, 
Juliette Hutchins, b. Oct. 2, 1831; d. Aug. 28, 1866; m. 
(second), June 2, 1870. Abbie Rollins of Orono, Me., b. 
Oct. 24, 1839 ; d. June 29, 1899. 

Children of first marriage: 

(9) Mabelle D. Pinkham. b. June 13, 1864. 
(9) Etta H. O. Pinkham, b. Aug. 18, 1866; m. Henry H, 
Killam of West Boxford, Mass. 



PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 55 

Children born at West Boxford, Mass. : 

(10) Charles Austin Killam. (10) Leonard Gardner 
Killam. (10) Charlotte Elizabeth Killam. 

Children of second marriage: 

(9) George Freeman Pinkham, b. Dec. 2, 1872; d. Aug. 

28, 1874. 
(9) Gradton Revere Pinkham, b. June 16, 1875; m., June 

2, 1897, Martha Griffin. 
(9) Paul F. Pinkham, b. July 17, 1881. 
(8) Capt. Judson Adoniram Pinkham, b. Aug. 27, 1833; d. 
June 25, 1885 ; m., March 11, 1861, Eliza Mitchell Huff, 
b. Jan. 4. 1839 ; resides Cape Porpoise, Me. ; daughter 
of Clement Huff and Mary C. H. Tibbetts. 
(9) Clara Augusta Pinkham, b. June 10, 1863; m., Dec. 
5, 1888. William Everett Stone, b. Oct. 5, 1862; fisher- 
man; son of Thomas Jefferson Stone and Harriet Bar- 
ton Davis. 

(10) Edward Judson Stone, b. May 17, 1891. 
(10) Earl Davis Stone, b. June 11. 1896. 
(10) Carl Pinkham Stone, b. June 11, 1896. 
(9) Mary Abby Pinkham, b. Cape Porpoise, Me., March 
1, 1867; resides Cape Porpoise, Me.; graduated from 
grammar school ; m.. May 12, 1891, Luman Ellsworth 
Fletcher, b. Cape Porpoise, Me., Aug. 2, 1861; post- 
master ; son of James Fletcher and Esther Hutchins 
of Cape Porpoise, Me. 
(10) Edna Eliza Fletcher, b. April 24, 1892; in Cape 

Porpoise (Me.) grammar school. 
(10) Dorothy Matilda Fletcher, b. March 8, 1905. 
(8) Howard Malcolm Pinkham. b. Aug. 27, 1832; drowned 

San Francisco (Cal.) Bay, 1885; unm. 
(8) George Grafton Pinkham, b. Kennebunkport, Me., 
Sept. 25, 1834; resides Napa City. Cal.; went to Cali- 
fornia in 1853 ; is agent for the freight steamer Napa 
City, running from Napa City to San Francisco, Cal., 
George H. Pinkham, master; m.. July 4, 1868, Melissa 
Rice, b. Gloucester, Mass., Dec. 31, 1844; studied in the 
Massachusetts schools; daughter of Alexander Rice and 
Jane A. Lane. 

(9) Capt. George Howard Pinkham, b. June 6, 1869; 
studied in Napa City; Cal., schools ; captain of steamer 
Napa City; unm. 
(9) Lillian Pinkham, b. Dec. 24, 1870; graduated from 
the^ Young Ladies' Seminary; m., July 12, 1899, Robert 
B. 'Lembdin, b. Napa City, Cal., Sept. 19, 1860; mer- 
chant at Napa City, Cal.; son of Joseph Lambdin and 
Althea Parker of Napa City, Cal.; no children. 
(9) William M. Pinkham, b. Oct. 19, 1872; drowned Aug. 

19, 1881. 
(9) Grafton Gardner Pinkham, b. Jan. 26, 1878; grad- 
uated from Napa City schools ; merchant at Napa City, 
Cal.; m., Feb. 26, 1902, Frankie Keyser, b. Napa City, 
Cal.. Dec. 6, 1879; daughter of Daniel Sterling Keyser 
of Pennsylvania and Nettie Giles of Massachusetts, 
who resides Napa City, Cal. 



56 PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 

(8) Matilda Mercy Pinkham, b. May 8, 1838; studied Ken- 
nebunkport, Me., schools; resided at Kennebunkport, 
Me., until 1885; since then in Kennebunk, Me.; m.. Nov. 
18, 1883, Isaac Monroe Emery, b. Keunebimk, Me. ; March 
25, 1830; d. Feb. 26, 1905; studied in Kennebunk, Me., 
schools; trader; member of Maine Historical Society 
since June, 1894. "As a proof of the trust which his 
acquaintances early placed in him, he was chosen to 
serve the town two years as selectman. During the 
Civil War he enlisted in the Twenty-seventh Maine, 
York County, Regiment of Volunteers, and served his 
country faithfully as sergeant and bandmaster. His 
decided interest in music impelled him at times to or- 
ganize instrumental bands, one at Kennebunk, Me., 
and one at West Kennebunk village. Me. He was also 
interested in other musical enterprises and later con- 
ducted choruses in difficult and modern music. A de- 
cided taste for historical research was a prominent 
trait with him. Many people sought him for infor- 
mation in regard to town and family history, and it 
was seldom that he could not give this promptly and 
clearly. He made many gifts of manuscripts on his- 
torical matters to the Maine Historical Society. In all 
his long experience in trade he never adopted harsh or 
stringent measures towards debtors. His many noble 
deeds will be long and gratefully remembered." Mr. 
Emei'y was the son of Benjamin Emery and Sally 
Towne ; no children. 
(6) Third child of Paul Pinkham and Jemima Gardner, 
Isaiah Pinkham, b. Wednesday, Aug. 21, 1765 ; d. Tuesday, 
July 15. 1766. 
(6) Jemima Pinkham, b. Wednesday, Aug. 21, 1765; d. 

Thursday, Sept. 5, 1765. 
(6) Laurana Pinkham, b. Monday, June 1, 1767; d. Mon- 
day, Dec. 5, 1768. 
(6) Matilda Pinkham, b. Saturday, Dec. 8, 1770; d. Sept., 
1805; m., Nov. 29, 1804, William Bickford, and resided at 
Cape Porpoise, Me.; no children. 
(6) Margaret Pinkham, b. Saturday, Oct. 24, 1773; d. 1800 

(27y.) 
(6) Eunice Pinkham, b. Tuesday, Aug. 29, 1775; d. Wednes- 
day, Nov. 26, 1777. 
(6) Aaron Pinkham, b. Wednesday morning, June 24, 1778; 
d. Wednesday, March 22, 1780. 

***** 

(5) Zacchariah Pjnkham, b. Dec. 16, 1739; d. June 14, 1762; 

num. 

***** 

(5) Theophilus Pinkham, b. May 15, 1743; m. Abigail Free- 
man of Harwich, Mass. 

***** 

(5) Jethro Pinkham, b. Nov. 4, 1745. 

***** 
(5) David Pinkham. b. Dec. 29, 1748; unm. 



PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 57 

(4) James Pinkham, b. 1709. 

***** 

(4) Jonathan Pinkham, b. Nantucket, 1684; probably m. May 
Bunker. 

(5) Christopher Pinkham. Mrs. Hannah Ballard of Au- 
gusta, Me. : "Christopher Pinkham came from Nantucket, 
Mass., about 1740; m. (first) Ruth Folger, b. 1732; settled 
on a farm in Sidney, Me.; m. (second), a Wyman, and lived 
in Belgrade, Me.; there were two sons of the first marriage, 
John and Reuben; the children of the second marriage 
were Nathan and Nathaniel, the latter living to be 101 
years old ; Nathan and Nathaniel both had large families." 
(6) John Pinkham. Mrs. Hannah Ballard, Augusta, Me.: 
"John Pinkham was a very faithful member of the 
Friends Church ; he had a large family and the descend- 
ants are scattered all over Augusta, Me." Marriage in- 
tent dated Bowdoinham, Me., Sept. 21, 1778, to Rebecca 
Gardner, daughter of Charles Gardner and Anna Pinkham. 
"John Pinkham lived on a farm adjoining that of his 
brother, Reuben, at Sidney, Me.; he remained there until 
his wife died and then moved out on the Quaker Hill 
Road; some state that he then moved to Augusta, Me., 
and that he died there; his second wife was a Quaker 
lady, whose name we have forgotten." 

Children of first marriage of John Pinkham : 

(7) John Pinkham. (7) Deborah. (7) Eunice. (7) Hep- 
sibeth. (7) One or two more. 

Mrs. H. A. Greenleaf of Starks, Me., adds : 
(7) Nathaniel Pinkham. 

(7) Mary Pinkham; m. Uriah Folger, daughter of Captain 
Folger. 

(8) Uriah Folger; lived at Sidney, Me. 
(8) Benjamin Folger; resided at Sidney, Me. 
(8) There were probably other children. 
(7) Harriet Pinkham. 

(7) Elisha Pinkham; "moved from Sidney, Me., to Au- 
gusta, Me." 
(6) Abigail Pinkham; "died young of consumption"; m. a 

Mr. Wyman. 
(6) Reuben Pinkham; d. Sept., 1851 (90y.). Mrs. Harriet 
Wells, Riverside, Me., has his old family Bible. Mrs. Han- 
nah Greenleaf, Starks, Me.: "Reuben Pinkham was 12 
years old when he left school, and he followed the sea 
until he was 20 yeax's old; then came to Sidney, Me.; mar- 
ried and always after lived in that town, being a farmer." 
M., Bowdoinham, Me., March 24, 1785, Susanna Gardner, 
b. Vassalboro, Me., and d. March, 1857, nearly 90 years 
old; daughter of Charles Gardner and Anna Pinkham. 
"Reuben Pinkham had eight children, four sons and four 
daughters ; one died when quite young." 

Children of Reuben Pinkham and Susanna Gardner: 

(7) Abraham Pinkham, b. April 16, 1786; d. April 7, 1874; 
m. (first), Hannah Capen, b. Winthrop, Me., July 9, 



58 PINKHAM GENE^VLOGY, 

1792; d. April 26, 1824 (32y.) ; buried at Sidney, Me.; 
m. (second), Oct. 17, 1824, Abigail Allen, who d. Nov. 8, 
1829. 

Children of first marriage of Abraham Pinkham : 

(8) Lucinda Gardner Pinkham, b. Sidney, Me., Aug. 18, 
1815; d. April 19, 1906; postoffice. Cross Hill, now Vas- 
salboro. Me.; resided Sidney and Vassalboro, Me.; m., 
Nov. 20, 1836, Gideon Austin, b. Vassalboro. Me., April 
10, 1810; d. Jan. 8, 1889; studied in Sidney, Me., 
schools; farmer in Sidney, Me.; son of Robert Austin 
and Desire Wing. 

(9) Henry Harrison Austin, b. Sept. 8, 1839; R. F. D. 
No. 6, Augusta, Me.; resides Vassalboro, Me.; farmer; 
m., Sept. 22, 1863, Emeline R. Jones, b. Wheelock, Vt., 
April 4, 1841 ; studied in schools of Wheelock, Vt., and 
Lyndon Seminary ; daughter of Samuel H. Jones and 
Betsy Melvina Root. 

(10) Carrie May Austin, b. April 6, 1865; studied in 
schools of Vassalboro. Me. ; R. F. D. No. 6, Augusta, 
Me. ; m., March 24, 1886, Flavins Josephus Ames. b. 
June 20, 1851; farmer and mechanic; son of Eliakim 
Ames and Eliza Bragg. 

(11) Lena Estelle Ames, b. Dec. 24. 1888. 
(10) William Abial Austin, b. July 25, 1867; lives Whit- 
insville, Mass.; m., Nov. 25. 1896, Maggie A. Garner 
of Whitinsville, Mass. ; no children. 
(10) Albert Henry Austin, b. June 5, 1869; farmer at 
Vassalboro. Me.; m.. May 18. 1893, Ora Lee Plummer 
of China. Me., b. April 6. 1870; attended schools of 
Weeks Mills, Me.; daughter of Erastus Plummer and 
Susan Jewell; no children. 
(10) Herbert Samuel Austin, b. June 5, 1869; d. April 
28, 1896; farmer. 
(8) Malvina Pinkham, b. Feb. 12, 1819; d. Campello, 

Mass.. March 20, 1853. 
(8) Nathan Pinkham, b. Sidney, Me., Nov. 20, 1820; d. 
Campello, Mass., Oct. 24, 1891; resided Campello, Mass.; 
shoemaker; m. (first), Sarah A. Reynolds of Sidney, 
Me., who d. in Oct. of same year of her marriage; m. 
(second). Sept. 6, 1847. Diantha Willey, in Campello, 
Mass., who d. May 20, 1881. 

(9) George F. Pinkham, b. July 6, 1848; d. Dec. 6, 1872. 
(9) Albert H. Pinkham, b. Dec. 4. 1849; d. April 3, 1864. 
(9) Sarah A. Pinkham, b. Oct. 16, 1851; d. March 27, 

1852. 
(9) Marv E. Pinkham, b. July 18, 1856; d. April 11, 

1879. 
(9) Bertha Pinkham, b. Sept. 18, 1865; d. March 8, 1870. 
(8) William Pinkham. b. Jan. 23. 1822; d. May 2, 1822. 
(8) Joseph Pinkham, b. Sidney, Me., Jan. 23, 1822; d. St. 
Paul, Minn., May 10, 1882; shoemaker; m. (first), 
Asenath Capen of Readfield, Me.; who d. about 1850; 
m. (second), Julia Ann Page of Sidney, Me., who d. 
in San Francisco, Cal., 1893 (58y.). 



PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 69 

Child of first marriage: 

(9) Maria Pinkham; d. Waterville, Me., about 1850. 
Children of second marriage : 

(9) Julia Elsey Pinkham; d. at 20 y.; m. Mr. Pepper. 

(10) Charlie Pepper; d. at Garden City, Minn. (9y.) 

(9) Elmer J. Pinkham, b. Bridgewater. Mass., 1858; re- 
sides San Francisco, Cal. ; shoemaker; m.; no children. 

(9) Albert T. Pinkham, b. Sidney, Me., 1864; resided 
310% Temple Street, Los Angeles, Cal.; lived in Maine, 
Minnesota, Chicago, Kansas City, Mo., Idaho; shoe- 
maker; musician; m. Maria J. Lathe of London; no 
children. 
(9) Alice E. Pinkham, b. Sidney, Me., 1864; lived for 
quite a while on a farm in Minnesota; now resides on 
a farm near Mattoax, Va.; m. Mr. St. Pierre, b. in 
Canada. 

(10) Son; d. at 9 days. 
(10) Florence St. Pierre, b. 1882. 
(10) Ida St. Pierre, b. 1892. 
(8) Hannah Asenath Pinkham, b. Sidney, Me., Nov. 14, 
1824; d. Jan. 19, 1906; lived South Anson, Me., and at 
Starks, Me., many years; studied in Sidney, Me., 
schools; m., in Vassalboro, Me., Nov. 17, 1847. Gardner 
Greenleaf, b. Industry, Me.," Oct. 7, 1823; d. Starks, Me., 
March 2, 1889 (65y. 6m. 23d.); studied In the schools 
of Industry and Anson, Me., and Little Blue school, 
Farmington, Me.; son of Joseph Greenleaf and Betsy 
Marsh; first two children b. Anson, Me.; the others in 
Starks, Me. 

(9) Mary Elizabeth Greenleaf. b. Aug. 26, 1850; d. 
Campello, Mass., March 20, 1906; m., in Starks, Me., 
Nov. 26, 1868, Brice Hilton Waugh, b. Starks, Me., 
Feb. 2, 1846 ; resides Pasadena, Cal. ; carpenter by 
trade, learning that trade of Mr. Douglass of Skow- 
hegan. Me.; son of Oliver Waugh and Rachel Hilton. 
(10) Cora Winona Waugh, b. Industx-y, Me., Aug. 10, 
1870; she and her husband, Baptists, reside Ponemah, 
N. H. ; studied in the schools of Industry, Me. ; m. at 
Brockton, Mass., Sept. 28, 1890, Edward Page Bart- 
lett, b. Forest, Minnesota, Feb. 3, 1864; farmer; son 
of John Kendrick Bartlett, b. Henniker, N. H.; de- 
ceased; and of Mary Ann Wyatt, b. Amherst, N. H., 
Feb. 7, 1824; resides with her son, E. P. Bartlett. 
Ctyldren born in Amherst, N. H. 

(11) Alfred Whittier Bartlett, b. Jan.. 1893. 
(11) Elgin Jackson Bartlett, b. Jan. 6, 1895. 
(11) Grace Waugh Bartlett, b. March 8, 1897. 
(11) Lester Greenleaf Bartlett, b. Oct. 2, 1899. 

(10) Barnard Ellis Waugh, b. July 25, 1872; resides 
Campello, Mass. ; teamster ; m., June 30, 1894, Emily 
Barnes, b. Hardwick, Mass. 

(11) Merton King Waugh, b. Oct. 16, 1898. 
(11) Harvey Waugh, b. March 24, 1906. 
(9) Leavitt Granville Greenleaf, b. Starks, Me., Sept. 23, 



60 PINKHAM GENExVLOGY. 

1875; resides Campello, Mass.; studied in schools of 
Maine and Massachusetts; lived Waterville, Me., 1875- 
'83; in Bath, Me., 1883-84; in Brockton. Mass., 1884- 
1908; engineer and carpenter; m., April 12, 1904, Car- 
rie Willard Carney, b. Eastport, Me., April 4, 1883; 
studied in Amesbury (Mass.) High School; daughter 
of Charles Brooks Carney and Annie Hamilton of 
Eastport, Me., and then lived in Amesbury and Brock- 
ton, Mass. ; no children. 
(9) Lucinda Malvina Greenleaf, b. Jan. 31, 1853; resides 
North Jay, Me.; m. in Boston. Mass., July 17, 1879, 
Reuben Frank Wright; farmer. 
(10) Arthur Wright. (10) Walter Wright. 
(9) Leavitt Granville Greenleaf, b. Starks, Me., Sept. 23, 
1855 ; resides Market Street, Campello, Mass. ; proprie- 
tor of a bird store at Providence, R. I., for several 
years ; m., July 12, 1887. Theresa Phinney, b. Provi- 
dence, R. I., July 1, 1859; graduated from Point Street 
Grammar School, Providence, R. I.; daughter of Hora- 
tion Phinney and Rachel Stillman Champion, b. in New 
Jersey and died Providence, R. I., Sept., 1900. 
(10) Adelia Eastman Greenleaf. b. July 19, 1889; stud- 
ied in Point Street Grammar School, Providence, R. 
I.; m. at Milford, Mass., June 18, 1907, Mark Smith; 
resides 316 Blaekstone Street, Providence, R. I. 
(9) Adelia Frances Greenleaf, b. Oct. 20, 1857; d. Bos- 
ton, Mass., July 17, 1882; m., Charles Eastman of Bos- 
ton, Mass.; max*ketman. 
(10) Daughter; deceased. 
(9) James Sawyer Greenleaf, b. Nov. 17, 1859; clerk in 

Boston, Mass.; 21^^ Charter Street; unm. 
(9) George Gardner Greenleaf, b. Oct. 20, 1861; farmer 
in Starks, Me.; studied in Starks, Me., common schools 
and High School ; m., Jan. 1. 1889, Sophia Frances 
Waugh, b. Starks, Me., Aug. 7, 1860; studied in Starks, 
Me., schools; daughter of William Wilson Waugh and 
Mary Melvina Williamson, who resides Starks, Me. 
(9) Prince Edwin Greenleaf, b. Nov. 29, 1863; resides 
Starks, Me.; farmer; m., Jan. 17, 1897, Addle Foster 
Landers, b. Mystic, Conn., Sept. 23, 1860; daughter of 
Charles Spencer Landers and Emeline Rosetta Miller. 
(10) Edgar Gardner Greenleaf, b. July 14, 1898; 

drowned March 2, 1907. 
(10) Everett Knight Greenleaf, b. June 22, 1901. 
(9) Frank Ernestus Greenleaf, b. Aug. 25, 1867; resides 
Starks, Me. ; farmer ; m., June 16, 1894, Nellie Duly 
Quimby, b. Starks, Me., Sept. 16, 1866; daughter of 
Reuben Fish Quimby and Harriet Duly. 
(10) May Lillian Greenleaf, b. Oct. 8, 1902. 
(8) Maria E. Pinkham, b. May 11, 1828; d. Nov. 8, 1829. 
(8) James Allen Pinkham, b. Aug. 29, 1830; d. Nov. 7, 

1856. 
(8) Abraham Ernestus Pinkham, b. Sept. 25. 1833; de- 
ceased; lived New York City; "wife and children are 
dead." 



PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 61 

(8) George Boardman Piukliam, b. May 26, 1837; d. Nov. 
30, 1860; unm. 
(7) Anna Pinkham ; m. Philip Faught. 
(7) Reuben Pinkham; d. at the Soldiers' Home, Togus, 

Me.; m. Eliza Coleman. 
(7) Elizabeth Pinkham; m. Daniel Thayer. 
(7) Mary Gardner Pinkham, b. Oct. 26, 1796; m. Alexan- 
der Gardner and lived Vassalboro, Me. 
(7) Charles Pinkham, b. Sidney, Me., Oct. 26, 1796 ; d. June 
5, 1882 ; followed the sea for 15 years ; after his marriage 
lived on the Winthrop (Me.) farm nine years; in 1842 
moved to Phillipps, Me.; m. (first). Feb. 11, 1829, Mary 
Elizabeth Fowler Hoyt, b. Dec. 19, 1797 ; d. Sept. 19, 1836 ; 
m. (second), 1842, Julia Fairbanks. 
Children of first marriage : 

(8) Charles Hubbard Pinkham, b. Winthrop, Me., Jan. 1, 
1831; d. Phillipps, Me., May 31, 1904; farmer in Win- 
throp and Phillipps, Me. "He did quite a large business 
in cattle; man of good judgment; always spoke the 
truth; he never believed in getting money by lying; his 
deafness in the last 20 years troubled him much. His 
mother died when he was five years old and he went to 
live with his uncle, Reuben Pinkham; m., May 18, 1879, 
Louisa Victoria Morrison, b. Madrid, Me., Sandy River 
Plantation, July 17, 1861; 1862, moved to Avon, Me.; 
then to Phillipps, Me.; studied in Phillipps (Me.) High 
School; daughter of Benjamin L. Morrison and Cath- 
erine Hinkley of Phillipps, Me.; father, b. Perham, 
Me., April 19, 1817; m. Ann Catherine Hinkley, b. 
Strong. Me.. Feb. 14, 1821. 

(9) Lizzie Catherine Pinkham, b. Phillipps, Me., May 16, 
1880 ; resides 64 Park Street, Lewiston, Me. ; m., Aug. 
20, 1899, William A. Whitfield of Lewiston, Me.; works 
in the fire department. 

(10) Evaline Louise Whitfield, b. Jan. 1, 1903. 
(9) Charlie Fi-ancis Pinkham, b. Dec. 5, 1888; farmer on 
the old Phillipps (Me.) homestead; R. F. D. No. 7, 
Phillipps, Me. 
Children of second marriage of Charles Pinkham : 

(8) Dennis Pinkham, b. June 14, 1843; d. Sept. 9, 1871; 

unm. 
(8) Helena Pinkham, b. Jan. 4, 1845; d. Oct. 4, 1861; unm. 
(7) Child; died in infancy. 

(7) Joseph Pinkham, b. Sidney, Me., April 1801; m., July 
6, 183^, Emily Kingsley. b. Gray, Me., Nov. 1, 1812; d. 
May 1, 1897 ; buried with Reuben Pinkham on the old 
river road, about six miles from Augusta, Me.; oldest 
daughter of Benjamin Kingsley and Hannah Stone. "The 
early life of Joseph Pinkham was spent at sea on a 
whaling vessel; he then settled on the old homestead at 
Sidney, Me., which has been in the Pinkham family for 
over 150 years; house in good state of preservation; pur- 
chased by a Mr. Lowell." (See picture.) 
(8) Eugene A. Pinkham, b. Sidney, Me., June 12, 1835; 
resides Augusta, Me. 



62 PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 

(8) Emma Jane Pinkham, b. Sidney, Me., Jan. 30, 1837; 

d. Campello. Mass., July, 1853. 
(8) Edward C. Pinkham, b. Sidney, Me., July 4, 1839; re- 
sides East Street, Northwood, N. H. 
(8) Ellen Frances Pinkham, b. Lowell, Mass., Feb. 27, 
1844; resides Plainfield. N. J.; m. at Augusta, Me., May 
13, 1865, Lemuel Allen Cummiugs, b. Nov. 22, 1845, son 
of Samuel Cummings and Rebecca Allen ; until death 
of her husband lived on River Road, Augusta, Me.; 
early life on the old Pinkham homestead ; after his 
death moved to Augusta, Me.; 1897 to Plainfield, N. J. 
(9) Emma Jane Cummings, b. Augusta, Me., March 28, 
1870; graduated from Augusta (Me.) High School; m. 
in Boston, Mass., March 26. 1895, Alfred Finly Turner 
of Findlay, Ohio; after marriage spent several years in 
travel with husband in America and Europe, until his 
death at Augusta, Me., Aug. 17. 1899; m. (second), Dec. 
25, 1899, William Duraut at Little Durham, Norfolk, 
England, and moved to Plainfield. N. J. 
(10) Constance Allen Durant, b. Plainfield. N. J., Oct. 

18, 1900. 
(10) Dorothy Kingsley Durant, b. Nov. 29. 1901. 
(8) Henry A. Pinkham, b. Sidney, Me., June 25, 1847; d. 
Sidney, Me., June, 1854. 
(6) Child of Christopher Pinkham, Nathan Pinkham, d. 
Belgrade, Me., June 20, 1871 (lOOy.) ; kept a hotel in Bel- 
grade, Me.; "none of this line left in Belgrade, Me."; m. 
(first), Margaret , who d. March 9, 1825; m. (sec- 
ond), wife; d. 1882. 

(7) Belinda Pinkham, b. Aug. 22, 1808; d. Sept. 13, 1828. 
(7) John Pinkham, b. Dec. 15, 1809. 

(7) Vassal Davis Pinkham, b. July 18, 1811; d. 1888. "He 
owned the stage which ran from Augusta to Waterville, 
Me." 
(7) Albert Pinkham, b. Sept. 4, 1812; deceased. 
(7) Huldah Pinkham. 
(7) Reuel Pinkham. 
(7) Hai-riet Frances Pinkham, b. Aug. 18, 1821; d. May 

18, 1897. 
(7) David Wilson Pinkham, b. Dec. 5, 1824; deceased. 
* * * * * 

The following records are of people who were' of Nantucket 
(Mass.) descent, but who could only give these sketches of their 
lines: 

Mr. John Franklin Pinkham, Condon, Ore.: (1) "My great 
grandfather was Abial Pinkham of Nantucket, Mass. (2) My 
grandfather was Abisha Pinkham of Nantucket, Mass. (3) My 
father, Frederic W. Pinkham, b. Hudson County, N. Y., Jan., 1800; 
d. San Francisco, Cal., 1874; carpenter and builder; m. at De 
Peyster, N. Y., Ruth Hall, b. 1795; d. San Francisco, Cal., 1853; 
daughter of Solomon Hall." 

(4) Chester W. Pinkham; deceased. 

(4) Phoebe Pinkham; resides Santa Barbara, Cal. 



PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 63 

(4) Annie Pinkliam; died in the 50's in California. 
(4) John Franklin Pinkham, b. De Peyster, Madison County, 
N. Y., July 13. 1825; self-educated; attorney-at-law at Con- 
don, Ore. ; m. at Santa Cruz, Cal., 1850, Jane Van Anda of 
Indiana; daughter of Thomas Van Anda. 

(5) Chester W. Pinkham, b. Santa Cruz, Cal., 1850; d. 1881. 
(5) Martha Pinkham; d. San Francisco, Cal., 1887. 
(5) Frederick Pinkham. (5) Frank Pinkham. 
(6) A grandson, Charles L. Pinkham; resides San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. 

***** 
Records from Mrs. Helen Lillie (Pinkham) Lewis, San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. : 

(1) "My grandfather was Hezekiah Pinkham, b. Nantucket, 
Mass.; lived Nantucket, Mass., Hudson, N. Y., and St. Augus- 
tine, Fla.; m. Peggy , who was probably a Coffin. 

(2) Son; died many years ago; married a Cuban; several chil- 
dren. 
(2) Two daughters; d. St. Augustine, Fla.; quite old; unm. 
(2) George Pinkham, b. Hudson, N. Y., Sept. 5, 1814; deceased; 
at Hudson, N. Y., until about 14 years of age; mother had 
died; moved with father to St. Augustine, Fla.; then to Cuban 
plantation; to Oakland, Cal.; d. there of consumption; m. in 
St. Louis, Mo., May 20, 1845, Helen P. Norton, b. County West- 
neath, Ireland; daughter of Michael Norton and Katherine 
Early; living; pension, $8 a month, as her husband was in 
Florida war; volvmteered there before he was 21; had 40 
acres of land, or order; in the 60's bought land in Sonoma, 
Cal. 

(3) Helen Lillie Pinkham, b. Oct. 9, 1846; m., June 9, 1864, C. 
Li. Lewis, b. N. Barnstable, Mass. 

(4) Eva Maud Lewis, b. July 18, 1873; m.. May 18, 1898, How- 
ard Ingersoll. 

(5) Helen H. Ingersoll, b. April 21, 1899. 
(4) Willie Giles Lewis, b. Sept. 17, 1876; m.. May 22, 1900, 
Kate Flynn. 
(3) George Thomas Pinkham, b. Aug. 20, 1848 ; plasterer in San 
Francisco, Cal.; lived California towns, Yankee Hill, Oakland 

and San Francisco; m. (first), ; m. (second), . 

Child of first marriage : 

(4) Beulah Pinkham, b. Sept., 1876. 
Children of second marriage : 

(4) Two boys, 15 and 16; girl of 12 years. 
(3) Charlie Pinkham, b. Nov. 5, 1850. 

(3) Allen Howard Pinkham, b. Nov. 29, 1852; d. Oct. 24, 1854. 
(3) Willie L. Pinkham, b. June 9, 1855; d. July 29, 1871. 
(3) Edward Oscar Pinkham, b. June 14, 1857; d. Aug. 13, 1858. 
(3) Walter Pinkham, b. Dec. 1, 1860: d. Dec. 3, 1860. 
(3) Adrianna Pinkham, b. Nov. 14, 1861; m., May, 1880, Fred 
Lewis, b. Barnstable, Mass. 
(4) Frank Wallace Lewis, b. Nov. 1, 1881. 
(3) Kate Stella Pinkham, b. July 7, 1869. 



SECTION THREE. 

Ebenezeb Pinkham of Hakpsweix, Me., and His Descendants. 

His line of ancestry: (1) Richard Pinkham; (2) Richard Pink- 
ham; (3) Thomas Pinkham, who m. Mercy Allen; all of Dover, 
N. H. 

(4) Ebenezer Pinkham, b. Dover, N. H., March 31, 1712; d. 
Harpswell, Me., Jan. 8, 1762. A sturdy, God-fearing man, 
whose excellent qualities have been handed down his very 
long line of descendants. He was a faithful preacher in the 
Friends' Church, and about 1750 his good work at Portland 
(then Falmouth), Me., is mentioned in history. Richard 
Mott Pinkham of Muscatine, Iowa, wrote of him, on Oct. 2, 
1871: "My grandfather, Ebenezer Pinkham, with two of his 
brothers, emigrated from Dover, N. H., to Maine, but I have 
no knowledge of the date. Grandfather settled in Harps- 
well, Me., while his brothers Benjamin and Solomon settled 
further east, in the town of Boothbay, Me. My grandfather 
was one of quite a number who were convei'ted to the doc- 
trines of the Friends through the influence of David Sands 
on his first visit to New England." Ebenezer Pinkham 
moved to Harpswell, Me., about 1750. On the map of the 
first settlers of that town in 1752, lots 37. 38 and 40 were 
owned by Mr. Pinkham, who without doubt was the ances- 
tor Ebenezer. This land was located on the extreme south 
end of Harpswell Neck, and was purchased of Joseph and 
Clement Orr, who afterwards settled on Orr's Island, Me. 
The old deed which Henry Gibbs gave to the Orr brothers 
thus describes this land: "The south east prong of a neck 
of land situate, lying and being in the County of York, in 
Casco Bay, commonly known by the name of Merriconeag 
Neck, containing by estimate 200 acres, and is 580 Poles in 
length as by the Proprietors' deed of the same to me, and 
being the date of the Third day of March, 1739, on record in 
the County of York aforesaid, and is bounded as followeth, 
viz: Eastward of the north on the land of Waite Webber, 98 
rods; northerly upon Merrecaueage Cove between the land 
of Waite Webber and William Magrah about 30 rods, and 
northerly upon Merreconeage Harbor; easterly bounded upon 
the salt water; Westerly upon the Cove called Ash Cove; 
being the whole of said bounds, and being 580 Poles in length 
as aforesaid, as appears by the Plan hereto annexed." This 
land has become a part of one of the most famed summer 
resorts on the Maine coast, and its selection by Ebenezer 
Pinkham shows the clear foresight which has characterized 
so many of his name in their various quiet decisions and 
choice. 

Ebenezer Pinkham m., in Dover, N. H., Nov. 27, 173G, 
Sarah Austin, b. Dover, N. H., the 9th month and 14th day, 
1719, and d. at Harpswell, Me., Feb. 19, 1802. An old fam- 



PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 66 

ily chart owned by Mr. Charles A. Pinkham of China, Me., 
states: "She died with all her proper senses, and a well- 
composed mind, leaving 106 persons who called her mother 
by relationship." She was a woman of noble faith and 
character. Sarah Austin was of the fourth generation from 
Joseph Austini, who was at Hampton, N. H., in 1642, and 
was in Dover, N. H., 1648. He is said to have m., about 
1659, Mrs. Sarah (Starbuck) Story. 

(2) Thomas Austin, son of Joseph, m. Anna . 

(3) Nathaniel Austin, b. Jan. 2, 1687; m., Oct. 22, 1714, Cath- 
erine Neal. These people became earnest Friends. 
(4) Their third child was Sarah Austin, who m. Ebenezer 
Pinkham. 

(The dates of births and deaths of the children of Eben- 
ezer Pinkham and Sarah Austin were obtained from the old 
family chart owned by Charles A. Pinkham of China, Me., 
from the old family Bible in the possession of Mrs. E. S. 
Higgins of Lisbon Falls, Me., and from records of the 
Friends' Church at Dover, N. H. These were compared with 
other carefully kept records.) 

H: 4: 4: * 4: 

(5) Nicholas Pinkham, b. Dover, N. H., April 8, 1738. "He 
died at Freeport, Me., an old man and unmarried." He 
owned land at Freeport, as see the deed of his brother 
Elijah Pinkham. Wheeler, in his "History of Brunswick, 
Topsham and Harpswell, Me.," says: "The Pinkhams were 
all, or nearly all, Quakers in the first families.. In 1765, 
Harpswell (Me.) town meeting voted to allow Nicholas 
Pinkham the sum assessed upon his father, 'for the fine 
levied upon the Quakers,' as appears by the State Rate 
bills of 1760. This is the first and only record in Bruns- 
wick, Topsham or Harpswell, Me., where Quakers are 
spoken of as being fined." 

(5) Nathaniel Pinkham, b. Dover, N. H., Dec. 22, 1740; d. at 
the age of 89y.; m.. May 4, 1768, in Harpswell, Me., Amy 
Woodworth, who d. Oct. 5, 1849 (92y.). (See records, Chap- 
ter One.) 

***** 

(5) Ebenezer Pinkham, b. Dover, N. H., Jan. 22, 1742; d. 

1760. 

***** 

(5) Mary Pinkham, b. Dover, N. H., April 12, 1744; d. of old 
age with l^rs. Phoebe Bailey; unm. 

***** 

(5) Andrew Pinkham, b. Dover, N. H., Aug. 18, 1746; d. Dur- 
ham, Me., Dec. 13, 1805; m., Sept. 26, 1773, Rachel Jones, 
daughter of Lemuel Jones and Waite Estes, b. Feb. 2, 1754; 
d. May 13, 1840. (See records. Chapter Two.) 

(5) Sarah Pinkham, b. Dover, N. H., Sept. 3. 1750; d. West 
Gardiner, Me., May 21, 1835 (84y.) ; m. Capt. William Has- 



66 PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 

kell, b. Harpswell, Me., June 8, 1751; d. West Gardiner, Me., 
April 8, 1830 (79.v.). (See records. Chapter Three.) 
if * * * a-. 

(5) Katlierine Pinkham, b. May 4, 1753. "Her l)irth was re- 
corded at Dover. N. H., in Records of the Friends' Church, 
but she was probably b. at Harpswell, Me." M., Jan. 8, 
1775, at Harpswell, Me., Timothy Bailey, Jr., b. Hanover, 
Mass., last of September, or early in Octolier, 1751; baptized 
at Hanover, Mass., Oct. 13, 1751; he probably d. before 1810; 
son of Deacon Timothy Bailey of Bailey Island, Harpswell, 
Me., and Hannah Curtis of Hanover, Mass. (See records, 
Chapter Four.) 

4: ^ 4= ^ 4^ 

(5) Stephen Pinkham. "D. before 1825." Moved to Free- 
port, Me.; m., Sept. 9, 1779, Abigail Webber of Harpswell, 
Me., daughter of Waitstill Webber and Meribah Hutchins, 
of York, Me., who settled in Harpswell, Me. (See records. 
Chapter Five.) 

:{f :)c 4; :{: :(: 

(5) Elijah Pinkham, b. Harpswell, Me., Sept. 18, 1750; d. 
China, Me., Sept. 10, 1852, within eight days of 92y.; m. in 
Harpswell, Me., 1780, Abigail Farr, b. Harpswell, Me., Sept. 
27, 17G0; d. Oct. 4, 1835. This family moved from Harps- 
well, Me., to Litchfield, Me., and then to Hallowell, Me. 
(See records. Chapter Six.) 

(5) Patience Pinkham, b. Harpswell, Me.; m. in Harpswell, 
Me., Oct. 27, 1780, Joshua Beals; resided Bowdoinham, Me. 
(6) Zaccheus Beals m. Mehetable Sedgley. 

(7) "Four sons and four daughters." 
(6) Sarah Beals m. Joseph Applebee and lived at Lisbon, 
Me. 

(7) A large number of children and descendants. 
(6) Ellen Beal, b. March 5, 1786; d. Bowdoinham, Me., 
March 1, 1860; m. Benjamin Pratt. 
(7) Nine children and many descendants. 
(6) Josiah Beal m. Nancy Thompson. 

(7) Twelve children. 
(6) Lydia Beal m. Phineas Webber. 
(7) Four sons and five daughters. 
(6) Patience Beal m. Alexander Campbell. 

(7) Many children and descendants. 
(6) Joshua Beal, farmer at Bowdoinham, Me.; m. Abigail 
Allen. 

(7) A large family. 
(6) Ebenezer Beal m. (first), Mary Buker; m. (second), 
Margaret Whitney. 

(7) Thirteen children, three of whom were of fir.st mar- 
riage. 
(For fuller records, see "History of the Beal Family," by Rev. 
C. N. Sinnett.) 

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(5) Phoelte Pinkham, b. Harpswell, Me.; m. in Harpswell, 



PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 67 

Me., Jan. 18, 1778, Jacob Bailey of Harpswell, Me. 
(6) Anna Bailey, b. Deo. 21, 1779. 
(6) Jacob Bailey, b. Jan. 23, 1781; d. May 8, 1859; m., Jan. 

12, 1805, Amy Pinkliam, b. Harpswoll, Me., April 28, 1787; 

d. June 12, 18G9; daughter of Nathaniel Pinkhnni and 

Amy Woodworth. (See records under Amy Pinkliam.) 
(G) Phoebe Bailey, b. Sept. 22, 1784; d. Cherryfield, Me., 

March, 1879; m. Nathaniel Pinkham, b. May 28, 1784; d. 

Ciierryfield. Me., June 13, 18G6. (See full records under 

Nathaniel Pinkham.) 
(G) Charles Bailey, b. May 25, 1786; d. Aug. 13, 1842; m., 

Jan. 27, 1811, Ruth Haskell, b. Jan. IG, 1792; d. July 15, 

18G9. 

(7) Ja<'Ob Bailey, unni. 
(7) Willougbby ni. Nancy Brack ett. 

(8) Charles and Levi M. 
(7) Amy Haskell Bailey m. W. Plummer; two children. 
(7) Moses H. Bailey m. Sarah H. Bailey. 

(8) Four children. M. (second), Isabella M. Allen. 

(8) Three children. 
(7) Ida C. Bailey, unm. 
(7) Infant. 

(7) Isaac Bailey, unm. 
(7) Dorothy, d. young. 
(7) Charles Wm. Bailey, unm. 
(7) Lucy llaskeli Bailey m. Harford Plummer. 

(8) Two children. 
(7) Lydia, unm. 
(7) Lydia A., m. Cai>t. N. P. Bailey. 

(8) One son. 
(7) Saiaii H., unm. 
(7) Delia A. Bailey m. Wm. Sargent Nichols. 

(8) Several children. 
(7) Micajah H. Bailey m. Abbie Brackett. 
(6) Moses Bailey, b. 1789; m. Mary Jenks. 

(7) Two children. 
(G) Ruth Bailey m. Jacob Cotton. 

(7) Six children. 
(G) Thankful Bailey m. Lemuel Pinkham. 

(7) Two children. 
(6) George Bailey, b. 1796; d. young. 



CHAPTER ONE. 

Records of Nathaniel Pinkhams, b. Dover, N. H., Dec. 22, 1740; 
d. at Harpswell, Me., at the age of 89y.; m. in Harpswell, Me., 
May 4, 1768, Amy Woodworths, who d. Oct. 5, 1849, aged 92y.; 
she was the daughter of Joseph Woodworth* (or Woodward, as 
the name was originally spelled), b. Scituate, Mass., July 20, 
1720, and m., Oct. 7, 1745, Sarah Jones, granddaughter of Benja- 
min Wood worths and Ann Torrey; great-granddaughter of Joseph 
Woodworth2 and Sarah Stockbridge; great-great-granddaughter of 
the ancestor Walter Woodworthi, who was at Scituate, Mass., 
1635. Amy Woodworth Piukham was thus quite closely related 
to Samuel Woodworth, author of the famous song, "The Old Oaken 
Bucket." 

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Children of Nathaniel Pinkham and Amy Woodworth: 

(6) Ebenezer Pinkham, b. Harpswell, Me., April 1, 1769; d. 
summer of 1841 (72y.). Mrs. Sallie H. Pinkham of Port- 
land, Me., says: "I think my grandfather, Ebenezer Pink- 
ham, lived a little above where the famous hotel, the 
Mansion House, used to stand, and on the opposite side of 
the road, this house afterwards being occupied by his son 
Micajah Pinkham. Ebenezer Pinkham moved to Harring- 
ton, Me., and he and his wife are buried in the cemetery 
of Millbridge, Me. His son, Richard Pinkham, and daugh- 
ter, Diana, moved with him to Harrington, and the son, 
Robert Pinkham, soon followed. In 1832 his brother, Na- 
thaniel Pinkham, also moved thither with his sons, daugB- 
ters, sons-in-law, and grandchildren. Harmon and Daniel 
Curtis, sons of Paul Curtis of Ash Cove, Harpswell, Me., 
moved thither; also Capt. Wanton Stover and David Alex- 
ander of Harpswell Neck, Me., and the Wilson family from 
Orr's Island, Me. This shows the very strong influence 
which Ebenezer Pinkham exerted in his native town of 
Harpswell, Me. Ebenezer Pinkham m., April 6, 1789, 
Mary Kemp, who was b. at Kittery, Me., and d. at Har- 
rington, Me., in the winter of 1857, aged 88y." Her broth- 
ers were Robert, Silas and Furbish Kemp; her sister 
Sallie Kemp m. Ward Haskell of Harpswell, Me., and her 
half-sister Huldah Randall m. Norton Stover. Mary 
Kemp's mother's maiden name was Milbury; these Kemps 
moved to Harpswell, Me., at an early date. 
* * * * * 

(7) Capt. William Pinkham, b. Harpswell, Me., July 11, 
1789; d. Nov. 4, 1828; cai)tain of a fishing schooner. "He 
fell from his vessel while going ashore at Merrill's Wharf, 
Portland, Me., when the fog was very dense. He went in 
haste to answer the call of a man in trouble." M., Dec. 
30, 1811, Jane Green of Brunswick, Me.; (as a widow she 
m. William Toothaker, son of Seth Toothaker. No chil- 
dren of her second marriage.) 



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69 



(8) Ebeuezer Pinkham, b. Lisbon, Me., and d. at George- 
town, Me. "He was a fisherman and spent most of his 
life at Georgetown, Me." M. Elizabeth Higgius of Lis- 
bon, Me. 

(9) "A large family of boys and girls." 
(8) Sally Pinkham, b. Aug. 21, 1812; d. Brunswick, Me., 
April 25, 1857; buried at Topsham, Me.; attended Jere- 
miah Hooker's school in Ilarpswell ; m., Dec. 2, 1837, 
Capt. Wm. Hamilton Colby; b. Gardiner, Me., Nov. 7, 
1807; d. Brunswick, Me., June 6, 1885; attended Gardi- 
ner schools; mariner and farmer; son of Ebenezer Colby 
and Mehetable Cowen; he kept the poor farm in Bruns- 
wick, Me., for nine years. 

(9) Elizabeth Pratt Colby, b. Lisbon, Me., Dec. 31, 1838; 
resides 32 North St., Portland, Me.; attended Bruns- 
wick and Falmouth (Me.) schools; m. in Portland, Nov. 
21, 1860, Alpheus Griffin, b. Lanesville, Mass., Aug. 20, 
1837; tailor in Portland, Me., since 1857; son of Jerome 
Griffin and Mary Tucker. 

(10) Effie Argean Griffin, b. Portland, Sept. 2, 1863; d. 
July 24, 1889 (25y., 10m.); m., Feb. 7, 1883, Reuben 
K. Dyer, b. Portland, June 3, 1863; tailor; son of Reu- 
ben Dyer and Sawyer. 

(11) Alpheus Griffin Dyer, b. Feb. 27, 1889; graduated 
from Portland (Me.) schools, and in 1906 at Hebron 
(Me.) Academy; resides Portland, Me. 
(9) Lucretia Jane Colby, b. June 7, 1840; resides Wood- 
ford's, Me. ; m. in Brunswick, Me., Dec. 15, 1860, James 
Townseud Adams, b. Bowdoinham, Me., May 2, 1834; d. 
Aug. 19, 1891 (59y.); lived in Falmouth, Brunswick, 
and Portland, Me.; grocer in Brunswick for twenty 
years; son of Daniel Adams and Hannah Townsend. 
(10) Albert Howard Adams, b. Brunswick, Me., Jan. 7, 
1864; resides Woodford's, Me.; manager of the branch 
market of George Perkins & Son, of Gloucester, Mass., 
wholesale dealers in all kinds of dry and pickled fish, 
247 Commercial St., Portland, Me.; studied in Bruns- 
wick (Me.) schools; lived besides Woodford's, at Bos- 
ton and Portland; m. (first). May 25, 1887; Lillian 
Louise Mayhew, b. Bath; Me., 1867; d. Feb. 10, 1888; 
studied in Westbrook (Me.) schools; daughter of He- 
bron Mayhew and Ella L. Warren; m. (second), Oct. 

19, 1892, Eva Dow Johnson, b. Gorham, Me., Dec. 
12, 1864; studied in Deering (Me.) schools; daughter 
of John Johnson and Ellen M. Dow. 

Child of first marriage: 

(11) Herbron Mayhew Adams, b. Feb. 1, 1888; studied 
in Westbrook (Me.) schools and Hebron (Me.) 
Academy. 
Child of second marriage: 

(11) Franklin Adams, b. March 29, 1895. 
(10) Charles Daniel Adams, b. Brunswick, Me., March 

20, 1867; attended Brunswick and Deering (Me.) 



70 PINKIIAM GENEALOGY. 

schools; cashier of the Boston (Mass.) Warehouse Co.; 
m., June 21, 1889, Annie Thorp, b. Boothhay, Me., 
March 10, 186G; attended Deering (Me.) schools; no 
children. 
(10) Wm. Hanibal Adams, b. Brunswick, Me., Feb. 5, 
1873; resides Portland, Me.; tailor; m., June 12, 1895, 
Mabel H. McCafferty. 
(11) Marj,'aret Adams. ]>. Nov. 15. 1906. 
(10) Daisy Rovena Adams, b. Brunswick, Me., Nov. 3, 

1876; resides I'ortland, Me.; iinm. 
(9) John P. Colb.v, b. Feb. 19, 1843; d. May 3, 1869. He 
was three years in the Civil War; enlisted in Bruns- 
wick, Me., on July 21, 1861, in Co. B. Fifth Maine Regi- 
ment; discharged July 27, 1864; killed in an accident 
on the Boston, Hartford & Erie R. R. while a conductor; 
umn. 
(9) Rovena Ann Colby, b. Jan. 19, 1845; d. April 28, 
1866; m., 1865, Capt. Sumner D. Webber, b. Cliebeague 
Island: resided Tonipkinsville, N. Y. 
(10) Edna Rovena Webber, b. March 31, 1866; d. Sept., 

1866. 
(9) Valentine Green Colby, b. Dec. 13, 1850; lost from a 
steamer while coming from Galveston, Texas, Aug. 23, 
1904; had resided at 31 Summer St.. Lynn, Mass.; car- 
penter; m. Lestie L. Marr of Georgetown, Me. 
(10) Edward Kelsey Colby, b. Brunswick, Me., Juno 26, 
1882; attended Lynn (Mass.) schools and T7niversity 
of Maine. 
(10) James Adams Marr Colby, b. Brunswick, Me., Jan. 
14, 1885; attended Lynn (Mass.) schools and Univer- 
sity of Maine. 
(8) Jones Piiikham, b. Harpswell, Me. "Lost from the 
deck of a vessel in the Kennebec River when a boy, 
June 26, 1835." 
(8) Lucy Pinkham, b. June 10, 1826; d. Dec. 9, 1907; re- 
sided Pownal, Me.; m. Albion Cotton of Pownal, Me. 
(9) "She had a large family which grew to manhood and 
womanhood, two of whom are dead." 
(8) John Pinkham, b. June 1, 1819; d. Lewiston, Me., Jan. 
24, 1884. "He was a sailor at first and in his last years 
an engineer." In the Civil War nearly two years, in 
Co. A. Twenty-third Maine Regiment; m.. May 20, 1847, 
Lucy Ann Gould, b. Lisbon, Me., Sept. 12, 1820; d. Jan. 
26, 1906; resided for some years at 32 Whitney St., 
Auburn, Me.; daughter of John Gould and Mary Hink- 
ley of Lewiston, Me. 

(9) Medora Pinkham, b. June 26. 1851; resides Fort 
Point Hotel, North Weymouth, Mass.; m. (first). Rob- 
ert A. Woodbury, a shoemaker; m. (second), L. B. 
King. 
Child of first marriage: 

(10) Ida May Woodbury, b. June 9, 18G9 ; d. Sept. 16, 
1870. 



PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 71 

(10) Maude Adelle Woodbury, 1). April 17, 1872; resides 
Brockton, Mass.; m. Wilson Parker Crafts of Auburn, 
Me. 
(9) Clara Ella Pinkham, b. Aug. 31, 1855; d. March 20, 

1868. 
(9) Ida May Pinkham, b. June 9, 1860; d. May 16, 18G1. 
(9) Susie Belle Pinkham, b. Webster, Me., July 1, 1871; 
resides 72 Whitney St., Auburn, Me.; m., June 1, 1897, 
Wm. Blanchard Watson, b. Auburn, Me., Aug. 19, 1868; 
graduated from Webster Grammar School, 1883; Ed- 
ward Little Hisih School, Auburn, Me., 1887; Bates Col- 
lege, 1891; journalist; son of Murray B. Watson and 
Helen Blanchard; no children. 
(8) Lendall Pinkham, d. young. 

(8) Eunice Pinkham, b. Harpswell, Me., 1830; resides 
Pownal. Me.; m., Nov. 7, 1844. George W. Haskell, b. 
Harpswell, Me., and d. Pownal, Me., Oct. 2, 1905; son of 
William Haskell and Susannah Lawrence; he was a 
brave soldier in the Civil War and suffered for weeks in 
Libby Prison. 

(9) George Haskell. (9) Isaac Haskell; resides South 
Freeport, Me. (9) Alonzo Haskell. (9) Francis. (9) 
Jacob. (9) Mrs. Catherine Libby of Lewiston, Me. 
(9) Mrs. Jennie How, Long Island, Me. (9) Lendall 
Haskell, resides Pownal, Me. 

(7) John Pinkham, second child of Ebenezer Pinkham and 
Mary Kemp, b. Harpswell, Me., June 25, 1792; d. Free- 
port, Me., Sept. 9, 1874 (82y., 3m.). "He was a sailor 
and went on domestic and foreign voyages. For a number 
of years he went fishing to Cape Sable in a large vessel 
named the Aerial, of which he owned a quarter. He soon 
(1820) built the house in which he lived so long, though 
the daughter Mary was probably born in the house built 
by Capt. Nathaniel Bennett." M., Aug. 5, 1819, Sally 
Trask Bennett, b. Salem, Mass., June 15, 1830; d. Omaha, 
Neb., March 21, 1899 (69y., 8m.); daughter of Isaac Ben- 
nett of Marblehead, Mass., who lived "for many years on 
Haskell's Island, Harpswell, Me.; son of Nathaniel Ben- 
nett. (Isaac Bennett m. Mrs. Lydia Noble, ncc Harvey.) 
All of Sally Trask Bennett's relatives lived in the South 
and West. Her brother Charles Bennett lived in South 
Carolina. 

(8) Capt. Isaac Bennett Pinkham, b. Harpswell, Me., Jan. 
17, 1S20; d. at sea within two days of Philadelphia, Pa., 
Dee. 28, 1879. He was a captain for 25 years, and sailed 
to all parts of the world. He lived in Harpswell and 
Portland, and had a home at Freeport, Me., where he 
died; m., Sept. 5, 1848, Albina Stanhope Hoyt of Free- 
port, Me., b. July 15, 1800; d. Omaha. Neb., March 21, 
1899; daughter of Moses Hoyt and Eliza Brown and 
granddaughter of Thomas Hoyt and Abigail Joi'dan. 
(9) Paul Clifford Pinkham, b. Haskell's Island, Me., 
April 24, 1851; resides 702 Valley St., Seattle, Wash.; 



72 PINKHAM GENEALOGY, 

worked for Garine Brothers, real estate brokers, 
Omaha, Neb.; lived at Freeport, Portland, Sioux Falls, 
S. D., 1890-1896; Omaha, Neb., 1896-1903; Seattle, 
Wash., October, 1903, to present; studied in South 
Froeport (Me.) grammar school aud North Yarmouth 
Academy; salesman and bookkeeper; m., Nov. 3, 1878, 
Julia Soule Talbot, b. South Freeport, Me., who d. 
March 3, 1890; graduated from Farmington (Me.) 
Normal School, 1876; daughter of Jeremiah Talbot and 
Submit Paine. 

(10) Philip Pinkham, d. at Portland, Me., from diph- 
theria, Sept. 6, 1886 (6y.). 
(10) Paul Pinkham, d. from diphtheria at Portland, 
Me., August, 1886 (4y.). 
(9) Ernest Orville Pinkham, d. March 8, 1854 (18m.) 
(9) Ernest Eugene Pinkham, b. Aug. 25, 1857; resides 
Freeport, Me.; graduated Freeport (Me.) High 
School, 1876; general insurance agent; court crier and 
deputy sheriff of Superior Court, Portland, Me.; m., 
Oct. 13, 1880, Bertha Dillingham, b. Jan. 4, 1858; grad- 
uated from Freeport (Me.) High School, 1876; daughter 
of John G. Dillingham aud Margaret Dennison. 
(10) Margaret Dillingham Pinkham, b. July 9, 1881; 
graduated from Freeport High School, 1901; resides 
Freeport, Me.; ra., Sept. 9, 1904, Edwin Rice Small; no 
children. 
(8) David Noble Pinkham, b. Oct. 4, 1821; d. Feb. 18, 

1822. 

(8) Paul Stover Pinkham, b. Jan. 5, 1823; lost at sea 

March, 1846 (23y.). He was on the Grafton, which 

sailed from Porto Rico the last of February, 1846; unm. 

(8) Mary Kemp Pinkham, b. June 1, 1825; d. April 14, 

1840 (14y., 10m.). 
(8) Lydia Bennett Pinkham, b. Sept. 15, 1827; d. May 1, 
1895; m., June 17, 1856 (as his second wife), Peter 
Heald of Troy, Me., b. July 13, 1815; d. March 9, 1896; 
carriage maker; son of Samuel Heald and Mary Carl. 
(His first wife was Celinda Haskell.) 
(9) Dora Sarepta Heald, b. July 14, 1857; d. March 29, 

1888; unm. 
(9) Samuel Wiufield Heald, b. March 13, 1859; d. Jan. 2, 

1867. 
(9) Isaac Bennett Pinkham Heald, b. Jan. 22, 1861; re- 
sides Troy, Me.; carpenter; m., Oct. 19, 1898, Estelle 
Dodge, b. March 27, 1860; daughter of Bradford Dodge 
and Prudence Barter; no children. 
(9) Clara Annette Heald, b. Troy, Me., April 12, 1863; 
has resided in Gushing, Knox County, *Me., for twenty 
years; studied in the schools of Troy, Me.; m., March 
15, 1887, Elliott Arnold, b. Searsmout, Me., July 22, 
1846; d. April 14, 1907; when he was six years old his 
parents, Ambrose Arnold and Mary H. Ward, moved to 
Rockland, Me.; he studied in the Rockland (Me.) 
schools; farmer. 



PINKHAM GENEALOGY, 73 

(10) Mary Lydia Arnold, b. Dec. 5, 1889; resides Gush- 
ing, Me.; studied in schools of that town; m., Dec. 2, 
1905, Ralph Henry Pease, b. Rockport, Me., March 23, 
1876; studied in schools of Camden and Rockland, 
Me.; farmer; son of Estabrook Joseph Pease and Eva 
Mary Barton; these parents resided in Appleton, Me. 
(11) Joseph Arnold Pease, b. Aug. 30, 1907. 
(10) Jessie Blanche Arnold, b. Sept. 24, 1895; d. Dec. 
22, 1898. 
(9) Georgia Ellen Heald, b. April 21, 1865; d. Aug. 28, 
1888; m., Nov. 16, 1886, George W. Ross, a farmer of 
Troy, Me.; no children. 
(9) Lydia Alida Heald, b. Aug. 7, 1867; resides West 

Troy, Me. 
(9) Lillian Edna Heald, b. June 29, 1870; resides Troy, 
Me. 
(8) Sallie Harvey Pinkham, b. Harpswell, Me., June 9, 
1830; resides 64 Emery St., Portland, Me.; m. in Mill- 
bridge, Me., March 5, 1857, Eben Pinkham, b. Harring- 
ton, Me., March 4, 1836; son of Richard Pinkham and 
Margaret Wilson. 

(9) Ella Flora Pinkham, b. Nov. 22, 1857; d. 1863 (6y.). 
(8) John Pinkham, Jr., b. July 10, 1832, d. Aug. 30, 1843. 
(8) Dorothy H. Pinkham, b. Harpswell, Me., Nov. 7, 1834; 
d. Freeport Me., Dec. 8, 1906 (72y.) ; resided in Free- 
port, Me., for many years; a very faithful wife and 
mother; m., Jan. 28, 1866, John W. Grant, b. Pownal, 
Me., Jan. 17, 1829; farmer; a faithful soldier in the 

Civil War; son of Reuben Grant and Dorothy . 

Children born at South Freeport, Me.: 

(9) Jeannette Pinkham Grant, b. June 7, 1867; resides 
121 East Third St., Portsmouth, O.; graduated from 
Freeport (Me.) High School, 1888; m., June 4, 1891, 
William Holder Knowland, b. Marblehead, Mass., Aug. 
9, 1851; graduated from Marblehead (Mass.) High 
School, 1866; bookkeeper; son of Richardson Know- 
land and Mary Holder Bowden of Marblehead, Mass. 
(10) Richardson Grant Knowland, b. Sept. 20, 1892. 
(10) Thomas Milbury Knowland, b. Sept. 11, 1894. 
(10) Sybil May Knowland, b. May 20, 1901. 
(9) Nellie Clifford Grant, b. Jan. 25, 1869; resides Ox- 
ford, Me.; studied in Freeport (Me.) schools; m., Sept. 
7, 1897, Levi Henry McAllister, b. Paris, Me., Dec. 18, 
1868; studied in Paris (Me.) schools; mill operator; 
soU'Of James McAllister and Sophis Swan of Paris, Me. 
(10) Emery Harold McAllister, b. May 2, 1899. 
(10) Lewis Uriah McAllister, b. July 28, 1905. 
(9) Charles Henry Grant, b. Dec. 20, 1870; farmer at 

Freeport, Me.; unm. 
(9) Sybil May Grant, b. May 22, 1872; resided Norway 
Me., since 1892; studied in Freeport (Me.) schools; m., 
Nov. 25, 1903, Walter Shepard Chandler, b. Bethel, Me., 
Sept. 18, 1872; graduated from Gould Academy, Bethel, 
Me., 1894; shoemaker; son of Francis Shepard Chand- 
ler and Emma Caroline Woodbury of Bethel, Me. 



74 PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 

(10) Dorothy Emma Chandler, b. June 7, 1904. 
(9) Milbury Chase Grant, b. July 6, 1877; resides South 
Freeport, Me.; farmer; m., May 14, 1904, Lottie May 
Gould, b. Freeport, Me., Aug. 18, 1884; studied in Free- 
port (Me.) High School; daughter of Enoch Young 
Gould and Maria Merchant Moxey of Freeport, Me. 
(10) Roger Kemp Grant, b. March 26, 1905. 
(8) Ellen Aldrich Pinkham, b. Harpswell, Me., Sept. 24, 
1837; resides at South Harpswell, Me.; m. Capt. George 
H. Toothaker, b. Harpswell, Me., 1822; d. April 21, 1904 
(71.V., 7m.); captain of fishing vessels; the first keeper 
of Half Way Rock lighthouse, and continued in that 
work many years; .son of David Toothaker. 
(9) Capt. John Pinkham Toothaker, b. May 2, 1859; re- 
sides South Harpswell, Me.; has followed the sea since 
early manhood; the very successful captain of many 
fishing vessels; studied in the schools of Harpswell, 
and Freeport, Me.; m., Jan. 22, 1890, Arietta May Bib- 
ber, b. South Harpswell, Me., Jan. 11, 1866; daughter 
of William Stockbridge Bibber and Martha Ann Preble; 
no children. 
(9) Stephen Arnold Douglas Toothaker, b. May 22, 1862; 
a successful fisherman at Harpswell, Me.; studied in 
Harpswell (Me.) schools; m., Sept. 9, 1904, Maria 
Quintem, b. Southern Bay, Newfoundland, June 16, 
1881; daughter of Charles L. Quintem and Annie 
Morse. 

(10) Helen Rovena Toothaker, b. April 13, 1906. 
(10) Annie Arietta Toothaker, b. March 3, 1907. 
(9) James Edwin Toothaker, b. Jan. 5, 1865; d. Jan. 19, 
1882. 
(8) Mary Rienza Pinkham, b. Oct. 22, 1841; d. Aug. 27, 
1843. 

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(7) Capt. Richard Pinkham, third child of Ebenezer Pink- 
ham and Mary Kemp, b. Harpswell, Me., Sept. 27, 1793; 
d. Millbridge, Me., April 17, 1865; soldier in the 1812 
war; sea captain until his death; m., 1818, Margaret 
Wilson, b. Orr's Island, Harpswell, Me., March 10, 1800; 
d. St. George, Me., Feb. 26, 1845; daughter of David 
Wilson and Lettice Orr. 

(8) Daniel S. Pinkham, b. Harpswell, Me., Nov. 23, 1819; 

d. Matanzas, Cuba, June 24, 1873; sailor; m., Jan. 9, 

1845, Mary Strout of Millbridge, Me. 

(8) Capt. Richard G. Pinkham, b. Harpswell, Me., Oct. 

11, 1822; d. Jan. 29, 1890; m. May 6, 1850, Mary E. 

Pinkham, b. March 12, 1826; d. Dec. 19, 1892. 

(9) Margaret Pinkham, b. March 9, 1852; m., Jan. 31, 

1884, George E. Delano of Searsport, Me.; no children. 

(9) Alve<lo Pinkham, b. April 19, 1856; drowned at 

Rockland, Me., July 16, 1893. 
(9) Paul R. Pinkham, b. March 6, 1860; d. Rockland, 

Me., Nov. 28, 1880. 
(9) Hannah Eliza Pinkham, b. April 29. 1864; resided 



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75 



Rockland, Me.; m., Sept. 7, 1882, Arthur E. Paiue of 
Rockland, Me. 

(10) Mary Ellen Paine, b. March 27, 1887; d. Aug. 15, 
1887. 
(8) David W. Pinkham, b. Harpswell, Me., Nov. 22, 1824; 
lost at sea, Feb. 24, 1862; sailor; m., July 17, 1846, Lou- 
isa H. Strout of Harrington, Me. 

(9) Basmouth S. Pinkham m. Elbridge Strout of Mill- 
bridge, Me. 
(9) Agazine E. Pinkham m. Henry Tuttle; resides Rock- 
land, Me. 
(9) Louisa Pinkham m., 1868 (as his second wife), Da- 
vid H. Wilson, b. Harpswell, Me., 1837; resides Mill- 
bridge, Me.; son of David Wilson, who removed to 
Millbridge, Me., in the fall of 1843. 
(10) Hattie D. Wilson, b. Aug. 12, 1869; d. July 3, 1877. 
(10) Ira C. Wilson, b. May 28, 1873; d. Jan. 28, 1893 

(20y., 8m.). 
(10) Walter W. Wilson, b. July 28, 1875; d. (20y., 8m., 

(10) Frank D. Wilson, b. Sept. 7, 1878; d. May 7, 1896 

(17y., 8m.). 
(10) Infant, d. in four days. 
(10) Lucy W. Wilson, d. March 31, 1886 (13y.). 
(9) Lewis Pinkham; resides Millbridge, Me.; m. Cora 

Strout. 
(9) Abbie Pinkham; resides Millbridge, Me.; m. James 
Buchanan Strout. 
(8) Margaret Maria Pinkham, b. Harpswell, Me., Feb- 
ruary 1825; d. (2y., 10m.). 
(8) Margaret M. Pinkham, b. Harrington, Me., June 7, 
1833; resides Millbridge, Me.; m., July 29, 1849, at Mill- 
bridge Me., Stillman Strout, who d. June 7, 1891. 
(9) Franklin P. Strout, d. Feb. 10, 1856 (18y.). 
(9) Eudora Ellen Strout m. Warren W. Leighton of 

Millbridse, Me. 
(9) Franklin Strout, d. April 14, 1878. 
(8) Eben Pinkham, b. Harrington, Me., March 4, 1836; re- 
sided Owl's Head, Rockland. :Me. : sailor; m. (first), 
March 5, 1856, in Millbridge, Me.. Sallie H. Pinkham, b. 
Harpswell, Me.. June 9. 1830: m. (second). Georgia Nash 
of Rockland, Me.; m. (third), Alibie Gregory of Owl's 
Head, Me. 
Child of first marriage: 

(9) Ella Flora Pinkham, b. Nov. 22, 1857; d. 1863 (6y.). 
(8) Paul S. Pinkham, b. Harrington, Me., Feb. 27, 1841; 
resides Millbridge, Me.; m. (first), June 10, 1861, Kate 
Francis- m. (second), Mrs. Hannah Pinkham of Steuben, 
Me., who d. Feb. 27, 1859; m. (third), 1861, Ella Francis 
of Steuben, Me., who d. Dec. 19. 1902. 

(9) Eliza A. Pinkham, b. Aug. 22, 1862; m. James Boyle. 
***** 
(7) Catherine Pinkham, the fourth child of Ebenezer 
Pinkham and Mary Kemp, b. Harpswell, Me., Oct. 9, 1795; 



76 PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 

d. Feb. 28, 1872; m., April 29, 1816, Daniel Brown of 
Freeport, Me., b. Feb. 11, 1795; d. Jan. 17, 1857. 
(8) Mary Kemp Brown, b. Sept. 13. 1816; d. Feb. 11, 1881; 
m. William Jordan, b. March 6, 1812; d. Feb. 9, 1891; 
ship carpenter; son of William Jordan and Rebecca Orr. 
(9) Warren E. Jordan, b. Freeport, Me., Jan. 23, 1835; 
has resided at Corinth, Me., several years; a ship car- 
penter and caulker in his younger days; m., Jan. 14, 
1884, Olive S. Bailey of Corinth, Me., b. May 4, 1833; 
daughter of Josiah Bailey and Elizabeth Eddy. 
(9) Cordelia H. Jordan, b. March 13, 1837; resides Orr's 

Island, Me.; m. Alvin Huntington. 
(9) Martin V. Jordan, b. Feb. 13, 1859; resides Freeport, 
Me.; m., 1862, Emily S. Litchfield, b. Freeport, Me., 
Oct. 29, 1843; daughter of Job D. Litchfield and Ruth 
B. Field. 

(10) Augustus E. Jordan, b. July 11, 1863; resides Au- 
burn, Me.; m. Etta Noyes of Freeport, Me. 
(11) Ralph E. Jordan, b. Oct. 28, 1892. 
(10) William E. Jordan, b. Feb. 24, 1865; resides Chi- 
cago, 111.; m. Edith Yeaton of Dixfield, Me. 
(11) Daughter, b. March 4, 1894. 
(9) Elbridge G. Jordan, b. July 25, 1841; resides Eau 
Claire, Wis.; blacksmith; moved from Freeport, Me., 
about 1852; resided in Bradford and Monmouth, Me.; 
m., Sept. 9, 1866, Catherine N. Brenner, b. County Man- 
agan, Ireland, Jan. 9, 1845; daughter of Thomas Bren- 
^ ner and Mary Calton. 

(10) William Jordan, b. 1867; blacksmith; m., 1893, 

Kate Brenner. 
(10) Hattie Jordan, b. 1869; m. Harry Gilpatrick. 
(10) Maud Jordan, b. 1871; m., 1892, William Thompson. 
(10) Ida Jordan, b. 1873; m., 1894, Samuel Crowley. 
(10) Charles Jordan, b. 1875; blacksmith. 
(10) Arthur .Jordan, b. 1877; blacksmith. 
(10) Perley Jordan, b. 1879; m., 1899, Lena Peterson. 
(10) George Jordan, b. 1882; di'ayman. 
(10) Elbridge Jordan, b. 1884; teamster. 
(9) Xoa Ann Jordan, b. Brunswick, Me., Aug. 5, 1843; 
resides Mattapan, Mass.; m. in Brunswick, Me., Sept. 
16, 1868, Joseph Alonzo Cross, b. Garland, Me., Aug. 4, 

~ 1842; roofer; son of C.vrus Cross and Isabella . 

(10) William Alonzo Cross, b. Boston. Mass., Nov. 29, 
1869; superintendent of the Warren Chemical Works, 
Boston, Mass.; m., Feb. 7, 1895, Edith Hutchinson of 
Dorchester, N. B. 
(11) Helen Cross, b. Nov. 16, 1895. 
(11) Edith Louise Cross, b. Oct. 28, 1899. 
(10) Emma Florence Cross, b. June 12, 1871. 
(10) Horace Greeley Cross, b. Boston, Mass., Nov. 4, 

1872; d. Oct. 9, 1873. 
(10) Charles Carroll Cross, b. Boston, Mass., Feb. 4, 

1875; d. Aug. 6, 1875. 
(10) Mary Isabella Cross, b. Boston, Mass., April 3, 



PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 77 

1876; m., Dec. 21, 1897, Frank Veinott, b. Bridge- 
water, Nova Scotia, April 23, 1877; roofer; resides 
1 Cottage Terrace, Roxbury, Mass. 
(11) Lloyd Veinott, b. Aug. 4, 1897; d. June 25, 1900. 
(11) Frank Enos Veinott, b. West Somerville, Mass., 

Nov. 22, 1898. 
(11) Zoa Mary Veinott, b. Roxbury, Mass., Jan. 11, 
1900. 
(10) Lydia Atwood Cross, b. West Medford, Mass., Feb. 
2G, 1880. 
(9) Loreudia York Jordan, b. Freeport, Me., April 12, 
1846; studied at Freeport (Me.) schools; lived at Lynn, 
and Gloucester, Mass., 1871; address, Monmouth, Me.; 
m. at Freeport, Me., Aug. 13, 1865, Nahum Roberts, b. 
Durham, Me., June 6, 1831; studied in Durham (Me.) 
schools; carpenter; son of Benjamin Roberts and Lucy 
Tyler of Durham, Me. 

(10) Hattie M. Roberts, b. Topsham, Me., March 2, 
1867; resides Winthrop, Me.; m., Dec. 17, 1897, 
Charles Albert Frost, b. July 24, 1865; house painter; 

son of Albert Frost and Hannah . 

(11) Glendou Nahum Frost, b. May 16, 1880. 
(11) Charles Franklin Frost, b. July 21, 1884. 
(11) Elvie Albert Frost, b. Aug. 5, 1888. 
(10) Benjamin Franklyn Paul Roberts, b. Topsham, 
Me., Oct. 28, 1868; studied in Monmouth (Me.) 
schools; resides 333 Grant St., Pasadena, Cal.; m., 
Oct. 10, 1893, Minnie Blake Lunt, b. Beverly, Mass., 
June 25, 1867; daughter of Harry Lunt and Lizzie A. 
Blake. 

(11) Hazel Eleanor Roberts, b. May 31, 1895. 
(11) Carlton Eugene Roberts, b. Nov. 30, 1899. 
(10) Willie Eugene Roberts, b. Gloucester, Mass., July 

25, 1871; d. May 10, 1891; studied in Monmouth 
(Me.) schools. 

(10) Cora Belle Roberts, b. Lynn, Mass., Aug. 13, 1873; 

d. in infancy. 
(10) Annie Dulciena Roberts, b. Monmouth, Me., Sept. 

26, 1875; m., 1894, Walter E. Pinkham, b. South Harps- 
well, Me., Oct. 2, 1876; motorman at Portland, Me.; 
son of Elijah A. Pinkham and Violeta C. Merrow. 

(10) Josephine Etta Roberts, b. Aug. 27, 1877; studied 

in Monmouth (Me.) schools; m., July 11, 1890, Harry 

Lunt; editor; son of Harry Lunt and Lizzie A. Blake, 

of Beverly, Mass. 

(10) IGeorge Washington Roberts, b. Aug. 17, 1880; d. 

April 6, 1891. 
(10) Clara Edna Roberts, b. Aug. 19, 1883; resides Mon- 
mouth, Me. 
(10) Tina May Roberts, b. Sept. 24, 1885; d. in infancy. 
(9) Anson Lunt Jordan, b. Brunswick, Me., Feb. 28, 1851; 
resides Howe's Corner, Me.; farmer; m., Jan. 8, 1871, 
Abbie Augusta Merrill, b. Turner, Me., Sept. 14. 1848; 
daughter of Jacob Merrill and Jane . 



78 PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 

(10) Cora May Jordan, b. Nov. 11, 1871; resides Hart- 
ford, Me.; addre.ss Canton, Me.; ni., Nov. 29, 1893, 
Harvey Ammiel Thompson, b. Hartford, Me.; sou of 
Leonard White Thompson and Lucinda E. Beers. 
(10) Ida Belle Jordan, b. Dee. 25, 1877; resides Madi- 
son, Me.; gi-aduated from Farmington (Me.) Normal 
School, June G, 1897; m., Aug. 23, 1900, Arthur Sher- 
man Green, b. Turner, Me., July 28, 1868; graduated 
from Nichols Latin School, Lewiston, Me.; son of Al- 
deu Green and Eliza Victoria Metzar. 
(11) Elsie Lucile Green, b. Madison, Me., March 31, 
1905. 
(10) Harvey Eugene Jordan, b. Sept. 7, 1879; resides 
Livermore, Me.; graduated from Turner (Me.) 
schools; butter maker; m., June 1, 1901, Thirza 
French, b. Turner, Me., Dec. 27, 1878; studied in Tur- 
ner (Me.) schools; daughter of Charles Austin 
French and Susan Jane Townsend. 
(9) Cora L. Jordan, resides Topsham, Me. 
(9) Charles H. Jordan, b. Brunswick, Me., June 22, 
1855; resided Haverhill, Mass.; married; no children. 
(8) Lucy P. Brown, b. April 10, 1818; resides Freeport, 
Me.; m. Capt. Benjamin L. Dennison, b. Fi'eeport, Me., 
Feb. 26, 1809; d. July 2, 1891; ship master and carpen- 
ter; began going to sea at 14 years and made his last 
trip in 1872. 

(9) Charlotte Woodman Dennison, b. Nov. 3, 1837; d. 
Oct. 8, 1876; ni. Mr. Campbell of Brunswick, Me. 
(10) Three children. 
(9) Lucilla Brown Dennison, b. March 2, 1839; resides 
Auburn, Me.; m. Philemon P. Barlow. 
(10) Children. 
(9) John Thomas Dennison, b. March 16, 1841; d. Dec. 
15, 1895; shoemaker; m. Aurissa J. Hunt of Auburn, 
Me. 

(10) Child. 
(9) Daniel Brown Dennison. b. April 6. 1843; resides 
Somersworth. N. H.; merchant tailor; m., June 18, 
1868, Mary H. French of Newmarket, N. H., b. Dec. 10, 
1846. 

(10) Emma Lintwood Dennison, b. Oct. 20, 1871. 
(10) Alice Browne Dennison, b. Aug. 20, 1875. 
(10) Harry Garfield Dennison, b. Oct. 20. 1881. 
(10) Florence Louise Dennison, b. Aug. 13, 1883. 
(9) Benjamin Franklin Dennison, b. June 28, 1846; re- 
sides Freeport, Me.; m.. Nov. 28, 1874, Alma Goddard 
of Lewiston, Me.; daughter of Robert Goddard and 

Patience . 

(9) Clement Plummer Dennison, b. Nov. 27, 1848; d. 

Nov. 3, 1866. 
(9) Lyman Oscar Dennison, b. Oct. 11, 1855; resides 
Waltham, Mass.; tailor and importer; store, 694 Main 
St.; Boston office, 87 Summer St.; a very successful 
music teacher for many years; became a very skillful 



PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 79 

tailor with his brother David, remaining there three 
years; in 1879 went to Fitchburg, Mass., as head cut- 
ter in a large tailoring establishment of E. Connors; 
in 1880 was put at the head of Mr. Connors' branch 
store in Waltham, Mass.; in 1882 bought out this 
stock; ambitious, upright and honest in all things; is 
a valued member of the well-known Rumford Musical 
Quartet. 
(8) Daniel Barton Brown, b. Richmond, Me., Jan. 14, 
1819; d. March 9, 1889; ship caulker; m. (first), Cor- 
dilla Hoyt of Freeport. Me.; m. (second), May 17, 1874, 
Thankful Stover, b. Harpswell, Me., July 8, 1838; re- 
sides 15 McLellan St., Brunswick, Me.; daughter of 
Joshua Stover and Deborah Clark. 

(9) Caroline Stover Brown, b. Feb. 20, 1875; d. April 
29, 1896; m., Aug. 28, 1894, William R. Merrill of 
Brunswick, Me.; brakeman on the railroad; son of Al- 
bert Merrill and Sophronia Trufant. 
(10) Barton Gerrish Merrill, b. April 18, 1896. 
(9) William Henry Brown, b. May 28, 1877; farmer at 
Brunswick, Me.; m., April 30, 1895, Mabel Pollard of 
Brunswick, Me. 

(10) Gladys Mabel Brown, b. Dec. 25, 1897. 
(10) Ardell Melissa Brown, b. Dec. 19, 1898. 
(10) Edith Brown. 
(10) Ruth Brown. 
(10) Hazel Lillian Brown. 
(10) Daisy Doris Brown. 
(9) Daniel Azbra Brown, b. July 12, 1880; lineman; m. 
Edith Travers. 
(8) Diana L. Brown, b. Jan. 30, 1822; d. May 14, 1846; 
m. (as his first wife), 1835, Elbridge Gerry Pinkham, b. 
Harpswell, Me., March 24, 1817; d. Nov. 28, 1904 (87y.); 
in his early days he went to sea; after that resided on 
Harpswell Neck; a man of earnest faith and good 
works; very prominent in the temperance cause, being 
chaplain of the Good Templars Society for over seven 
years. 

(9) George Lendall Pinkham, b. Sept. 29, 1842; enlisted 
Freeport, Me., Aug. G, 1862, Co. H, 10th Regiment; died 
of typhoid fever in the Union Army at Berlin, Md., 
Oct. 14, 1862. 
(9) Lydia Frances Pinkham, b. Sept. 19, 1844; d. Sept 
9, 1873; m., Nov. 12, 1863, Charles Noble of South 
Harpswell, Me., b. Aug. 21, 1837; d. May 8, 1886. 
(10)' Mabel Lillian Noble, b. Aug. 24, 1865; d. at 25y. 
(10) Etta Malinda Noble, b. March 3, 1868; d. at 27y. 
(10) Charles Elbridge Noble, b. Nov. 19, 1869: resides 
South Harpswell, Me.: m., Jan. 21, 1893, Alice Daniel- 
son Blake, b. South Harpswell, Me., April 23, 1869; 
daughter of Raymond Blake. 
(11) Myra E. Noble, b. Jan. 2, 1896. 
(11) Gladys Lillian Nol)le, b. Nov. 2, 1905. 
(Ml'. Elbridge Gerry Pinkham m. (second), 1850, Pamelia 



80 PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 

Ann Brown of Freeport, Me., b. Freeport, Me., Nov. 10, 
1828; daughter of Charles Lyman Brown and Elizabeth 
Allen. 
The children of this second marriage: 

Charles Frank Pinkham, resides South Harpswell, Me.; 
m. (first), Oct. 15, 1882, Mary L. Allen, b. Sept. 25, 
1856; d. Nov. 21, 1901; no children; m. (second), Oct, 
25, 1906, Florence Grey of Cornish, Me., b. 1885. 
Elbridge Greely Pinkham, Jr., b. 1861; a very popular 
clerk ill Harpswell, Me.; has been delegate to the State 
Republican Convention; m., Jan. 3, 1898, Rose Blanche 
Hamilton, b. 1881; daughter of Edwin T. Hamilton and 
Elsie M. Bennett. 

Children: Byron Elbridge, b. July 2, 1898; ■— Elsie 

May, b. Sept. 10, 1902; Pearl Blanche, b. Dec. 

29, 1904. 

Georgiana Pinkham, b. Aug. 15, 1852; resides West 

Harpswell, Me.; m.. May 24, 1874, Capt. George Riley 

Johnson, b. Bailey's Island, Hai-pswell, Me., Feb. 13, 

1838; son of Capt. Ephraim Johnson and Martha Orr. 

Children: George Linwood Johnson, b. April 26, 1876; 

Ernest Chester Johnson, b. Jan. 12, 1880; d. July 12, 

1880. Annie Baker Johnson, b. Nov. 9, 1882; d. Nov. 

4, 1883. Annie Lillian Johnson, b. Jan. 14, 1885; m., 

Nov. 23, 1904, Wesley M. Brown, b. Vienna, Me., Sept. 

10, 1884; painter; son of Jonathan Bi'own and Estelle 

Belle Gordon.) 

(8) Xoa Ann Brown, b. Jan. 12, 1824; d. September, 1847; 

m. Dr. Edward Rogers of England. 

(9) Julia Frances Rogers, b. Boston, Mass., July 6, 1845; 

d. Feb. 3, 1898; buried at Brunswick, Me.; unm. 
(9) Josephine Bonaparte Brown Rogers, b. Sidney, Me., 
Oct. 19, 1846; resides Freeport, Me.; m. (first), May 10, 
1868, Edward A. Soule, who d. Dec. 23, 1868; m. (sec- 
ond), Dec. 22, 1874, John Burr; florist at Freeport, Me. 
Child of first marriage: 

(10) Edwin A. Soule, b. May 5, 1869; d. Dec. 4, 1876. 
Child of second marriage: 

(10) Lucy Blanche Burr, b. March 28, 1878. 
(8) Margaret Brown, b. Jan. 15, 1827; d. at 27y.; unm. 
(8) William P. Brown, b. Jan. 21, 1829; d. Durham, Mo.; 
m., Sept. 20, 1857, Laura P. Edgecombe of Lisbon, Me. 
(9) Mildred S. Brown, b. Topsham, Me., Sept. 6, 1858; d. 

June 15, 1892; unm. 
(9) Mabel E. Brown, b. PYeeport, Me., Dec. 27, 1860; re- 
sides Whitman, Mass.; m., Aug. 10, 1884, J. Frank 
Howard; formerly a shipmaster, now a trimmer of 
shoes in a shoe shop. 
(10) Mabel H. Howard, b. Nov. 20, 1887. 
(10) Laura M. Howard, b. May 13, 1888. 
(10) Lewis F. Howard, b. November, 1890. 
(10) Ruth Frances, b. April 12, 1892. 
(10) Henry Hatheway, b. March 13, 1894. 



PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 81 

(10) Katherine B., b. October, 1897. 
(10) Sarah E., b. January, 1898. 
(9) William W. Brown, b. April 27, 1864; barber at Dur- 
ham, Me.; m.. May, 1885, Mary E. Thomas. 
(10) Laura M. Brown, b. March 2, 1887. 
(10) Carl. Harley. Charles T. 
(9) Clara Edgecombe Brown, b. Durham, Me., July 14, 
1872; resides Lynn, Mass.; m., Nov. 29, 1894, F. H. 
Goodrich, who is foreman in a shoe shop. 
(10) Mildred P. Goodrich, b. August, 1894. 
(10) Nettie, b. Oct. 3, 1896. 
(10) Earl Franklin, b. January, 1898. 
(9) Edwin Soule Brown, b. April 20, 1877; resides Port- 
land, Me.; stone worker for United States government 
on Cushing's Island, Portland (Me.) Harbor; m. Eva 
F. Gross of Lynn, Mass. 
(10) Wm. Fred Brown, b. October, 1897. 
(10) Helen Goldsmith Brown, b. October, 1899. 
(8) Charlotte Brown, b. Aug. 13, 1831; d. in childhood. 
(8) Louise Brown, b. Jan. 9, 1835; d. in infancy. 
(8) Sarah J. Brown, b. Jan. 22, 1837; resides Durham, 
Me.; m., Oct. 24, 1858, John W. Sydleman, b. Durham, 
Me., Feb. 3, 1833; d. March 17, 1897; farmer. 
(9) Charles Cobb Sydleman, b. Aug. 12, 1860; cashier in 
the Bangor (Me.) express office; m., July 22, 1890, 
Grace Burr of Freeport, Me. 

(10) Emma Holbrook Sydleman, b. Sept. 14, 1891. 
(10) George Burnham Sydleman, b. Aug. 20, 1893. 
(10) Bernard Woodbury Sydleman, b. Oct. 2G, 1895. 
(10) Margaret Burr Sydleman, b. Nov. 1, 1897. 
(9) Daniel Brown Sydleman, b. Aug. 31, 1868; express 
agent, 92 Dudley St., Boston, Mass.; m., April 19, 1892, 
Mary Mitchell of Yarmouth, Me.; no children. 
(9) Mary B. Sydleman, b. Nov. 19, 1871; resides in 

Lynn, Mass. 
(9) John B. Sydleman, b. Sept. 3, 1880; farmer at Free- 
port, Me. 
(8) George F. Brown, b. Feb. 12, 1839; d. in childhood. 
***** 

(7) Rebecca Pinkham, b. Harpswell, Me., Feb. 22, 1797; d. 
Sept. 3, 1798. 

(7) Huldah Pinkham, b. Harpswell, Oct. 17, 1800; d. Oct. 
25, 1801. 

***** 
(7) Furber Pinkham, b. Harpswell, Jan. 2, 1804; d. young. 

***** 
(7) Dorothy Pinkham, b. Harpswell, Jan. 2, 1804; d. Sept. 
2, 1832; m., June 9, 1826, John Hill, Jr., of Cousins' 
Island, Me. 

(8) Sarah Jane Hill, b. Sept. 17, 1827; d. Bath, Me., Sep- 
tember, 1854; m. Peter Coombs of Freeport, Me. 
(9) Dolly Coombs. 

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82 PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 

(9) John Coombs; resides Vallejo, Cal. 
(9) Annie Coombs; resides Vallejo, Cal. - 
(9) Ancil Coombs; in California. 

(8) Hannah Ann Hill, b. Jan. 9, 1829; resides Ferry 
Beach, South Portland, Me.; m. Cushman Hill of Cous- 
ins' Island, Yarmouth, Me., who d. July 26, 1899. 
(9) Bertha Hill, bookkeeper and stenographer in Boston, 

Mass. 
(9) Daisy Hill; resides South Portland, Me. 
(9) Dolly Hill; deceased. 
(8) Eleazar G. Hill, b. Jan. 13, 1831; d. Cousins' Island, 
Yarmouth, Me., February, 1889; unm. 

***** 

(7) Robert Pinkham, b. Harpswell, Me., March 26, 1809; d. 
Harrington, Me., July 20, 1898 (89y.); farmer; m., May 
19, 1836, Ann Perry Cole, b. Harrington, Me., July 29, 
1820; d. Dec. 7, 1905. 

(8) William Emery Pinkham, b. Mlllbridge, Me., March 
8, 1839; resides Millbridge, Me.; house carpenter; m. 
(first), April 19, 1864, Sarah Wallace, b. Millbridge, Me., 
Oct. 12, 1844; d. Aug. 5, 1883; daughter of Josiah Wal- 
lace and Climena Leighton; m. (second), Oct. 19, 1884, 
Martha E. Mitchell, b. Oct. 14, 1849. 

Child of first marriage: 

(9) Wendell Phillips Pinkham, b. Millbridge, Me., April 
7, 1871; stone cutter; m., Aug. 6, 1898, Cora Kaler, b. 
Columbia, Me., Oct. 26, 1872. 

(10) Charles William Pinkham, b. Columbia, Me., Jan. 
29, 1899. 
(8) Lucy Ann Pinkham, b. Millbridge, Me., Oct. 21, 1841; 
d. Jan. 29, 1865 (23y., 3m., 8d.); buried at Millbridge, 
Me.; m., December, 1858, Daniel H. Wilson, b. Harps- 
well, Me., Dec. 6, 1837; son of David Wilson. 
(9) Hattie Miranda Wilson, b. Oct. 13, 1859; d. Dec. 18, 

1864. 
(9) Ira Joseph Wilson, b. May 30, 1864; d. Dec. 28, 1864. 
(These children and their mother died from diphtheria.) 
(8) Susan Jeannette Pinkham, b. Millbridge, Me., March 
12, 1846; address, R. F. D. No. 81, Ray's Point, Mill- 
bridge, Me.; m., Sept. 23, 1871, Alonzo Albert Brown, b. 
Millbridge, Me., Dec. 29, 1846; farmer; sou of Henry 

Brown and Catherine . 

(9) Ira Burton Brown, b. Feb. 20, 1873; an engineer on 
steamers; resides Center Harbor, N. H.; m., Oct. 23, 
1894, Margaret A. Young, b. Millbridge, Me., Jan. 25, 
1879. 

(10) Burton Alonzo Brown, b. Feb. 12, 1899. 
(9) Lucy Ann Brown, b. Sept. 11, 1875; resides Har- 
rington, Me.; m. Feb. 14, 1898, Alberton Daniel White, 
b. Harrington, Me., Aug. 11, 1875. 
(10) Marguerite Leslie White, b. Aug. 30, 1899. 
(10) Victor McKinley White, b. Nov. 21. 1901. 
(9) Phizanna Octavia Brown, b. June 14, 1877; sten- 
ographer in Boston, Mass. 



PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 83 

(9) Clifford Paul Brown, b. Oct. 25, 1879; d. Dec. 7, 1905. 
(9) Robert Garfield Brown, b. March 4, 1881; engineer; 

m. Lottie May Condon. 
(9) Dorothy Loreny Brown, b. Oct. 23, 1884; m., July 16, 

1904, Harry T. Hall of Merideu, Ct. 

it: * * * * 

(7) Lucy Pinkham, d. March 4, 1830 (31y.); m. (first), 
Dec. 17, 1818, Paul Stover, b. Harpswell, Me., Feb. 4, 
1786; d. Oct. 8, 1822; son of Capt. Johnson Stover and 
Dolly Allen; m. (second). May 10, 1829, Patrick Kincaid 
of Brunswick, Me. 

(8) John Kincaid, only son, was a soldier from Lewiston, 
Me., in the Civil War and d. in Salisbury prison. 
(9) Arthur E. Kincaid, resided in Richmond, Me. 
(See Kincaid Genealogy, by Rev. Chas. N. Sinnett. 
***** 
(7) Diana Pinkham, b. Harpswell, Me., June 20, 1812; 
killed by a bolt of lightning, July 26, 1859; m., Jan. 1, 
1832, Capt. Stillman Fickett, b. Millbridge, Me., March 
24, 1812; lost at sea Aug. 17, 1856; resided Millbridge, 
Me. 

(8) Reuben F. Fickett, b. Aug. 14, 1834; d. Aug. 5, 1836. 
(8) Mary A. Fickett, b. Aug. 12, 1836; d. March 24, 1883; 
m. Capt. Joseph B. Fickett, a master mariner of Har- 
rington, Me. 

(9) Diana L. Fickett, b. March 25, 1859; d. Jan. 19, 1877. 
(9) Alfreda G. Fickett, b. Oct. 22, 1861; m. Stephen 
Strout, who resided at Harrington, Me., and followed 
the sea. 
(9) Malcolm C. Fickett, b. Sept. 10, 1863; d. Dec. 5, 1893. 
(9) Bernard A. Fickett, b. Nov. 20, 1865; d. Aug. 19, 1883. 
(9) Helen J. Fickett, b. July 14, 1867; deceased. 
(9) Azro C. Fickett, b. May 11, 1870; sailor. 
(9) Irwin Fickett, b. Oct. 12, 1872; sailor. 
(9) George W. Fickett, b. May 27, 1874; sailor. 
(9) Helen L. Fickett, b. Aug. 6, 1876. 
(9) Sammie W. Fickett, b. March 11, 1881; d. Nov. 27, 
1898 
(8) Reuben C. Fickett, b. Oct. 12, 1839; d. 1862, at the 

Battle of the Wilderness. 
(8) Rienza Frances Fickett, b. Aug. 31, 1842; resides 
Brewer, Me.; m., June 8, 1857, Capt. Emery N. Fickett, 
b. Harrington, Me., Sept. 18, 1836; moved to Brewer, 
Me., iu 1891. 

(9) Stillman F. Fickett, b. July 7, 1858; resides Mill- 
bridge, Me.; sailor; m., Dec. 31, 1881, Eveline Fickett. 
(10) Fred F. Fickett, b. Sept. 7, 1883. 
(10) Ethel E. Fickett, b. June 30, 1885. 
(10) Chase W. Fickett, b. Feb. 10, 1891. 
(10) Ruth H. Fickett, b. Jan. 25, 1893. 
(10) Geneva F. Fickett, b. Jan. 26, 1896. 
(9) Euphemia Fickett, b. Feb. 24, 1860; resides Mill- 
bridge, Me.; m., Aug. 3, 1879, Andrew Jordan, a sailor. 



84 PINKHAM GENEALOGY, 

(9) Lena O. Fickett, b. March 27, 1863; m. July 4, 1885, 

Harmon Berry, a farmer at Machias, Me. 
(9) Capt. Ira W. Fickett, b. Sept. 6, 1864; m. June 29, 
1887. Hattie Davis of Millbridge, Me. 
(10) Bernard Fickett, b. July 8, 1888. 
(10) Netelene Fickett, b. Aug. 27, 1889. 
(10) Forrester Fickett, b. Nov. 4, 1894. 
(10) Carmon Fickett, b. Nov. 16, 1896. 
(9) Hattie S. Fickett, b. Oct. 14, 1866; m.. May 1, 1884, 
Frank Nelson; resides Machias, Me. 
(10) George Nelson, b. Sept. 23, 1886. 
(10) Winnifred Nelson, b. Aug. 17, 1888. 
(10) Arno Nelson, b. Nov. 29, 1894. 
(10) Mildred Nelson, b. Sept. 2, 1896. 
(10) Violet Nelson, b. Nov. 15, 1898. 
(9) Sidney A. Fickett, b. April 8, 1868; d. in Portland 

(Me.) hospital; sailor; num. 
(9) Ezra M. Fickett, b. May 15, 1870; d. Jan., 1877. 
(9) Cora R. Fickett, b. April 8, 1872; m. Ralph Sherman, 

a blacksmith; resides Clinton, Me. 
(9) Ada M. Fickett, b. Aug. 4, 1876; resides Brewer, 

Me.; m., June 2, 1894, Fred Crosby. 
(9) Walter H. Fickett, b. Aug. 15, 1881; resides Brewer, 
Me. 
(8) Stillman H. Fickett, b. Dec. 7, 1844; d. Dec., 1884; 
m., 1865, Delia Kennedy, b. Millbridge, Me.; resides West 
Harrington, Me. 
(9) Alba Fickett, b. 1867. 
(9) Nora Fickett, b. 1869. 
(9) Gertj' Fickett, b. 1871. 
(9) Veranus Fickett. b. 1874. 
(9) Raymond Fickett, b. 1879. 
(9) Ellery Fickett, b. 1881. 
(9) Jennie Fickett, b. 1884. 
(8) John M. Fickett, b. Aug. 17, 1846; resides Millbridge, 

Me.; m., Dec. 31, 1873, Frances Curtis; no children. 
(8) Esther M. Fickett, b. Jan. 22, 1848; d. May. 1877; m., 
Sept. 26, 1869, Warren Leighton of Millbridge, Me. 
(9) Asenath B. Leighton, b. Jan. 22, 1871; d. Aug. 14, 

1897. 
(9) Chase Leighton, b. Oct. 4, 1872. 
(9) Eddie Leighton, b. Jan. 24, 1874; d. Oct. 4, 1879. 
(9) Harvey Leighton, b. March 26, 1876. 
(8) Elenia A. Fickett, b. Oct. 16, 1853; m. Veranus Willey. 
(9) Nelly B. Willey, b. Aug. 24, 1872. 
(9) Frank E. Willey, b. Dec. 19, 1876. 
(9) Harry H. Willey, b. June 18, 1880. 
(9) Mary D. Willey, b. July 4, 1882. 
(9) Guy P. Willey, b. Feb. 2, 1886. 
(9) Rinda W. Willey, b. March 27, 1888. 
(9) Bertha F. Willey, b. Sept. 17, 1890. 
(9) Maitland L. Willey, b. April 7, 1893. 
(9) Chester A. Willey, b. April 27, 1895. 



PINKHAM GENEALOGY, 85 

(6) Sarah Pinkham, second child of Nathaniel Pinkham 
and Amy Woodworth, b. Harpswell, Me., July 7, 1771; 
d. Aug. 9, 1835; m., April 6, 1789, Willabee Haskell, b. 
March 17, 1764; d. May 4, 1802; son of William Haskell 
and Ruth Bennett of Harpswell, Me. 

(7) Amy Haskell, b. Jan. 25, 1790; d. Feb. 3, 1820 (29y.). 
(7) Ruth Haskell, b. June 16, 1792; d. July 13, 1869; m., 
Jan. 17, 1811, Charles W. Bailey, b. May 25, 1786; d. Aug. 
13, 1843; resided Freeport, Me.; joiner; built the Man- 
sion House, the first hotel at South Harpswell, Me.; he 
was of the sixth generation from the Bailey ancestor, and 
was the son of Jacob Bailey of Harpswell, Me., and 
Phoebe Pinkham. (See full records under Jacob Bailey 
and Phoebe Pinkham.) 
(7) Boy died when two or three weeks old. 
(7) Micajah Haskell, b. March 22, 1796; d. March 24, 1867; 

unm. 
(7) William Haskell, b. Oct. 24, 1798; d. July 22, 1843; 
lived on the old Haskell homestead at Harpswell, Me.; 
m., in Freeport, Me., Jan. 14, 1827, Lydia Stockbridge, b. 
in Freeport, Me., July 16, 1803; d. Jan. 15, 1858; daughter 
of Micah Stockbridge and Mary Pinkham. 
(8) Sarah Haskell, b. Oct. 12, 1827; d. Oct. 26, 1844. 
(8) Rollins Haskell, b. Nov. 29, 1829; d. Sept. 21, 1893; 
m., 1858, Mercy C. Emerson of Bucksport Center, Me. 
(9) Joseph Wni. Haskell. 
(9) Cora Linwood Haskell. 

(8) Willabee Haskell, b. Dec. 19, 1839; a man of noble 
qualities; editor of the Riverside Echo, at Portland, 
Me., for some time; librarian of Yale University Read- 
ing Room, New Haven, Ct.. for many years ; m., Aug. 17, 
1870, Lauriette C. Stone, b. Dec. 31, 1845; daughter of 
Moses Stone of Jay, Me., and Harriet Parker. 
(9) Mabel E. Haskell, b. Nov. 12, 1873; a writer of much 
talent. One of her poems from Zion's Herald, Boston, 
Mass., is here given: 

THE SHOWER. 

Mabel E. Haskell. 

Little Miss Grumble came in with a frown, 

"Oh, dear!" she said, crossly, "I can't go down town! 

I wanted to go the very worst way. 

Now I'll Jbave to stay in the rest. of the day." 

No. nothing would do if she couldn't do that. 

She wouldn't play tea-party or trim her doll's hat. 

All auntie's suggestions she met with disdain. 

And only would sulk and look out at the rain. 

The whole afternoon she grumbled away, 

And so of course had a dull, lonesome day. 

Do you think that she chose a good way to do? 

I wouldn't act so, now tell me, would you? 



86 PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 

Little Miss Cheerful ran in with a smile. 
"I was," she said brightly, "going out for awhile. * 

Now of course I can't go, but I won't be a goose 
And waste my time fretting, for what is the use?" 
She set out her dolls in a row one by one. 
Played school for awhile and had lots of fun; 
She made Araminta a new, warm red coat; 
She took out her paint book and painted a boat. 
So busy she kept, the whole afternoon went 
Before she supposed it was more than half spent. 
Don't you think that she chose a good way to do? 
I'll always be cheerful, now tell me, won't you? 
New Haven, Conn. 

(9) Bertha E. Haskell, b. March 26, 1880. 
(8) Lucy Haskell, b. March 31, 1801; d. Aug. 12, 1824. 

« 4: 4: ^ 4: 

(6) Catherine Pinkham, b. Sept. 12, 1774; d. Sept. 21, 1847; 
m., Jan. 8, 1794, Charles Bibber, Sr., b. Harpswell, Me., 
June 9, 1774; d. Oct. 27, 1853 (79y., 4m.) ; son of Lemuel 
Bibber and Ruth Bailey. 
(7) Sarah Bibber, b. Jan. 26, 1795; d. Nov. 14, 1878; m. 

Isaac Stover of Harpswell, Me. (See Stover Genealogy 

by Rev. C. N. Sinnett.) 
(7) Asenath Bibber, b. Jan. 6, 1800; d. Dec. 16, 1876; m., 

Dec. 13, 1824, Benjamin Hodgkins of Harpswell, Me., b. 

Oct. 19, 1796. (See Hodgkins Genealogy, by Rev. C. N. 

Sinnett. ) 
(7) Joseph B. Bibber, b. Sept. 25, 1802; d. Jan. 15, 1874; 

m., Dec. 13, 1831, Mary Ann Bibber, b. Freeport, Me., Oct. 

11, 1809; d. Dec. 25, 1890; daughter of Bailey Bibber and 

Dorothy Soule. (See Bibber Genealogy, by Rev. C. N. 

Sinnett.) 
(7) Mary Bibber, b. Feb. 3, 1805; d. Sept. 13, 1869 (64y., 

7m.); unm. 
(7) Nathaniel Pinkham Bibber, b. Sept. 15, 1809; d. July 

6, 1888 (80y., 9m.) ; m. in Freeport, Me., April 30, 1845, 

Mrs. Ellen (Aldrich) Sylvester, b. Jan. 25, 1815 ; d. 

March 6, 1884 ; daughter of Nathaniel Aldrich and Mary 



(8) Rotheus D. Bibber, b. Feb. 19, 1846; m., Nov. 15, 
1868, Mary S. Prince of Brunswick, Me. 
(9) Sturgis G. Bibber, b. April 27, 1878. 
(8) Nathaniel True Bibber, b. March 3, 1849; d. 1851. 
(8) Clarinton N. Bibber, b. April 29, 1851; unm. 
(8) Debra Aldrich Bibber, b. Aug. 9, 1855; m., June 29, 
1878, Horatio A. Orr of Harpswell, Me. 
(9) Eunice L. Earnford. Forest Walker. 
(8) Ezilda Ellen Bibber, b. April 27, 1857; m., 1894, Da- 
vid B. Hodgkins of Harpswell, Me. 
(9) Marian Littlefield Hodgkins, b. Oct. 1, 1897. 
(7) Belinda Bibber, b. Jan. 12, 1811; m. James Bibber. 
(See Bibber records.) 



PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 87 

(7) Amy Bibber, b. July 2, 1812; m., Oct. 17, 1838, Capt. 
David Bibber, b. Harpswell, Me., April 1, 1816; d. Feb. 
20, 1898 ; son of Lemuel Bibber and Clarissa Riclier. 

(8) Delia Ann Bibber, b. Sept. 1, 1839; d. June 29, 1868; 
m. Wm. Merriman of Harpswell, Me. 
(9) Alveda Florence Merriman, b. Aug. 7, 1862; m. 
Eugene V. Merriman. 
(10) Daughter, b. July 24, 1904. 
(9) Wm. Thomas Merriman, b. Jan. 23, 1868; m. Nina 
Clark Wilson of Harpswell, Me. 
(10) Amy B. Merriman, b. Dec. 19, 1896. 
(8) Hinchman S. Bibber, b. Aug. 20, 1842; unm. 
(8) Arcelia Bibber, b. Nov. 22, 1849; m. Eli M. Alexander, 
(9) Amy Bibber Alexander, b. Nov. 15, 1879; d. Aug. 15, 

1881. 
(9) Gracie Florence Alexander, b. April 21, 1881; m., 

Oct. 6, 1899, George Hugh Allen. 
(9) Albert Harlow Alexander, b. April 11, 1886. 
(8) Orlando M. Bibber, b. Feb. 19, 1852; m., Jvme 14, 
1876, Delia Orr of Harpswell, Me., b. May 23, 1856. 
(9) Charles Alva Bibber, b. Nov. 19, 1877; m. Affie V. 
Morse. 

(10) Medrith. Kenneth Charles. Son. Daughter. 
(9) Susie M. Bibber, b. Feb. 24, 1881; d. March 16, 1903; 

a fine school teacher. 
(9) Orlando Sylvester Bibber, b. Nov. 21, 1883; machin- 
ist. 
(9) Annie E. Bibber, b. Dec. 12, 1892. 
(9) Winfred A. Bibber, b. May 18, 1894. 
(7) Katheriue Bibber, b. Feb. 5, 1816; d. July 23, 1891; 

unm. 
(7) Charles J. Bibber, b. Sept. 16, 1819; d. June 7, 1891; 
m. (first), July 30, 1841, Susannah C. Webber, b. 1822; 
d. Sept. 26, 1865; m. (second), Eunice Mansfield of Great 
Chebeague Island, Me., b. Dec. 9, 1837. 

Children of first marriage : 

(8) Susan Frances Bibber, b. Sept. 29, 1844; d. June 3, 

1864 ; unm. 
(8) Henry A. Bibber, b. March 26, 1846; m., June 13, 
1868, Amelia M. Pinkham, b. June 8, 1850; d. March 
30, 1899. 

(9) Izetta M. Bibber m. Walter J. Russell. 
(9) Gertrude E. Bibber m. Wm. E. Smith. 
(9) Harry B. Bibber m. Mary E. Merriman. 
(9) D&na B. Bibber, b. April 23, 1876. 
(9) Carrie E. Bibber, b. July 23, 1878; m. Arthur Ran- 
dall. 
(9) Grover Cleveland Bibber, b. July 5, 1884; captain. 
(9) John P. Bibber, b. May 30, 1886. 
(8) Charles H. Bibber, b. Dec. 26, 1848; d. Comptonville, 
Cal., Aug. 6, 1887; unm. 

(8) Lucy Helen Bibber, b. Jan. 11, 1850; m. Hugh A. Farr. 
(9) Henry Clinton Farr, b. Jan. 30, 1868. 



5 PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 

(9) Charles Harmon Farr. b. June 9, 1870; m. Abigail 

M. Reed. 
(9) Martha Ann Farr. b. June 22, 1872; m. Walter 

Young. 
(9) Susan Adelaide Farr, b. Oct. 23. 1880. 
(9) Hugh Hartwell Farr, b. May 11, 1889. 
(9) Louis Haskell Farr, b. May 18, 1886. 
(8) Evelyn Bibber, b. Dee. 27, 1852; m. George B. Lane. 
(9) Win. Thomas Lane, b. Nov. 17, 1875. 
(9) George F. Lane. b. March 5. 1877. 
(8) Julia A. Bibber, b. Dec. 12, 1854; d. Sept. 25, 1877; m. 
Nov. 7, 1874, Charles M. Cushman of Portland, Me. 
(9) Julia A. Cushman. b. July 23. 1877. 
(8) Adelaide Bibber, b. Feb. G. 1856; m., July 6, 1891, 

Capt. Thomas P. Beals of Portland, Me.; no children. 
(8) George C. Bibber, b. Nov. 20, 1857; m. Lavinia L. 
Merriman of Harpswell, Me. 
(9) Harmon A. Bibber, b. June 18, 1885. 
(9) Mertie I. Bibber, b. April 23, 1887. 
(9) Ellen M. Bibber, b. April 22, 1892. 
(9) Lottie J. Bibber, b. Feb. 27. 1895. 
(9) Idella L. Bibber, b. May 29, 1897. 
(9) George C. Bibber, b. Jan. 6. 1899; d. Oct. 17, 1899. 
(8) Eugene C. Bibber, b. July 29, 1862; m., March 18, 
1896. Violet Alma Coffin, b. Freeport, Me., Feb. 24, 1873. 
(5) Marguerite Avice Bibber, b. Oct. 14, 1896. 
(9) Eugene Coffin Bibber, b. June 6. 1898. 
(9) Emery Oscar Bibber, b. Dec. 11, 1889; d. 1900. 
(9) Violet Adelaide Bibber, b. May 26, 1905. 
Children of second mai'rlage : 

(8) Melvin S. Bibber, b. May 7, 1869. 
(8) Jason Oman Bibber, b. Aug. 17, 1873; m., 1896, Ethel 
C. Johnson. 
(9) Two daughters. 
(8) Mary E. Bibber, b. April 12, 1875; m.. May 23, 1896, 

Theodore S. Allen. 
(8) Alice L. Bibber, b. Sept. 21, 1877; d. Nov. 11, 1897. 

(8) Rachel J. Bibber, b. March 15, 1879. 

* * * * * 

(6) Micajah Pinkham. b. Harpswell. Me., Nov. 6, 1776; d. 

July 31, 1777. 

* * ^ * * 

(6) Micajah Pinkham. b. Harpswell, Me., July 16. 1778; d. 
May 28, 1836; m. (first), Aug. 3, 1800, Lucy Kemp, who 
d. in sixteen months after the marriage; m. (second). Oct. 
12, 1803, Lucretia ILiskell. b. May 2, 1784; d. May 27, 
1848 (64y.) ; daughter of Ward Haskell and Ruth Bennett 
of Harpswell, Me. 
Child of first marriage : 

(7) Child, d. in infancy. 
Children of second marriage: 

(7) Mary Haskell Pinkham. b. Jan. 9, 1807; m., March 17, 
1829, Isaac Douglass, b. Harpswell, Me.. Dec. 31, 1806; 
son of Elijah Douglass and Jenny Grant. 



PINKHAM GENEALOGY, »» 

(8) John Wm. Douglass, b. Aug. 3, 1829; d. Jan. 29, 

1889 ; ui., Dec. 22. 1850, Martha C. Randall, b. Dec. 11, 

1831; d. March 20, 1907; daughter of William Randall 

and Hannah Alexander. 

(9) Albert H. Douglass, b. Jan. 28, 1851; d. Nov. 13, 

1852. 
(9) Harriet Randall Douglass, b. Sept. 22, 1853; de- 
ceased; m.. April 8, 1876, Hudson Bishop Merryman 
Orr, b. Sept. 3, 1848; resided Bailey's Island, Me., son 
of Cai)t. Sinnett Orr and Deborah Merryman. 
(10) Infant, d. Jan. 24, 1877. 

(10) Orah May Orr, b. June 2, 1879; d. Dec. 6, 1892. 
(10) Sinnett Winfred Orr, b. Jan. 24, 1881. 
(10) Jennie Grace Orr, b. Nov. 14, 1883; m., September, 

1901, Ernest W. Gardner. 
(10) John Wm. Orr, b. April 5, 1886; d. May 10, 1901. 
(10) Mattie Lewis Orr, b. May 24, 1889. 
(10) Helen Almira Orr, b. Aug. 19, 1895. 
(10) Bertha Irene Orr, b. Nov. 10, 1896; d. Jan. 15, 
1897. 
(9) Wm. Randall Douglass, b. Aug. 15, 1855; d. when 

about lOy. old. 
(9) Charles Bishop Douglass, b. May 22, 1858; m., Sept. 
30, 1882, Ada F. Wallace. 
(10) Elsie Douglass. John W. Maud. 
(9) Alonzo Campbell Douglass, b. Nov. 30, 1860. 
(9) Mary Pinkham Douglass, b. March 24, 1862; m. 

Richard Curtis of East Harpswell, Me. 
(9) Hannah Randall Douglass, b. Nov. 19, 1864; d. 

March, 1884. 
(9) Jennie Blake Douglass, b. 1869; dead. 
(9) Rose Maud Douglass, b. September. 1874; resides 
Portland, Me.; m., December, 1898, William Mitchell. 
(10) Carl Stuart Mitchell. 
(8) Daniel K. Douglass, b. Dec. 16, 1830; d. Jan. 9, 1899; 
m., Dec. 26, 1856, Deborah Randall, b. Harpswell, Me., 
Sept. 22, 1833; daughter of William Randall and Han- 
nah Alexander. 

(9) Albert Howard Douglass, b. Aug. 5, 1859. 
(9) Frank R. Douglass, b. Oct. 1, 1861. 
(9) Isaac Douglass, b. Aug. 28, 1863; d. April 13, 1886 
(23y.). 
(8) Isaac Haskell Douglass, b. April 4, 1833; drowned 

May 19, 1853. 
(8) George Pinkham Douglass, b. March 4, 1835; d. May 

13, 1897; unm. 
(8) Ambrose B. Douglass, b. April 29, 1839; d. Nov. 15, 

1844. 
(8) Albert Douglass, b. Aug. 18, 1841; d. Sept. 6, 1843. 
(8) Mary Ellen Douglass, b. Oct. 24, 1843; d. March 20, 

1855. 
(8) Ambrose B. Douglass, b. Oct. 2. 1846 d. Augusta, Me. 
(8) Oliver A. Douglass, b. Oct. 8, 1848. 
(7) Willabe Pinkham, b. Oct. 3, 1810; d. June 16, 1880 
(70y.). 



90 PINKHAM GENEALOGY, 

(7) George Pinkham, b. Sept. 2, 1814; d. June 28, 1849 

(35y.). 
(7) Lucy Pinkham, b. Dec. 20, 1817; d. May 3, 1883 (65y., 
lid.) ; m. David Webber, h. Harpswell, Me., Dec. 13, 
1816; d. Jan. 21, 1883 (66y.); son of Phineas Webber. 
(8) Helen Man- AVebber, b. Jan. 17, 1842; d. Oct. 17, 1870 
(28y., 3m.); m. Loren Beals. 
(9) Lucv E. Beals, d. Aug. 18, 1876 (6m.). 
(8) Harvey Webber, b. July 31, 1844; d. Aug. 8, 1845. 
(8) Lydla F. Webber, b. March 20, 1846; resides Bath, 
Me., ni.. Jan. 11, 1873, Charles Edwin Orr, b. Harps- 
well. Me., Nov. 3, 1848; d. Bath, Me., Sept. 27, 1892; 
carriage maker and carpenter ; son of Arthur Orr and 
Esther Ann Wilson. 

(9) Lucy Frances Orr, b. May 9, 1873 ; resides Bath, Me. ; 
m., June 11, 1903, Frank Edgar Merryman. b. Bowdoin, 
Me., Jan. 14, 1875; stenographer; son of Francis Ira 
Merryman and Emily Y. Reed. 
(10) Francis Arthur Merryman, b. Jan. 12, 1905. 
(9) Charles Sylvester Orr, b. Nov, 8, 1877; graduated 
from Bath (Me.) High School, June, 1895; stenog- 
rapher in Boston, Mass. 
(9) Fred Augustus Orr, b. Brunswick, Me., Jan. 6, 1880; 
machinist in Bath, Me. ; m., Dec. 15, 1903. Rose Ethel 
Merriman, b. Harpswell, Me., Feb. 24, 1883; daughter 
of Rufus D. Merriman and Susie G. Woodward. 
(10) Alice Marian Orr, b. Jan. 12, 1904. 
(9) Carrie Helen Orr, b. Bath, Me., April 29, 1883. 
(9) Arthur Richardson Orr, b, Bath, Me., July 18, 1885; 
machinist at Bath, Me.; m., August, 1905, Maude Anna 
Deering of Bath, Me. 
(7) John Pinkham, b. Dec. 11, 1819; d. June 24, 1857; m., 
Dec. 28, 1848, Martha J. Winslow, b. Topsham, Me., Nov. 
21, 1824; d. July 2, 1877. 

(8) Amelia Pinkham, b. June 8, 1850; d. March 30, 1899; 
m., Jan. 12, 1868, Henry A. Bibber, b. Harpswell. Me,, 
March 26, 1846; son of Charles A. Bibber and Susan C. 
Webber. 

(9) Izetta M. Bibber, b. Feb. 2, 1869; m., July 30, 1892, 
Walter J. Russell of Winthrop, Me.; resides Main St., 
Auburn, Me. 
(9) Gertrude A. Bibber, b. Oct. 18, 1871; d. Dec. 18, 1898; 
m., Jan, 23, 1892, William E. Smith of Manchester, Me. 
(9) Harvey B. Bibber, b. March 6, 1874; m. Mary E. 
Merriman, b. Harpswell, Me., March 29, 1876 ; daugh- 
ter of George A. Merriman. 
(9) Diana B. Bibber, b. April 23, 1876. 
(9) Carrie E. Bibber, b. July 23, 1878; m., Dec. 23, 1897, 

Arthur A. Randall of Brockton, Mass. 
(9) Grover Cleveland Bibber, b. June 5, 1884. 
(9) John P, Bibber, b. May 30, 1886. 
(8^ Carrie Howard Pinkham, b, Dec, 13, 1852; resides 

Lewiston, Me. 
(8) George W. Pinkham, b. Aug. 31, 1856; d. Jan. 8, 1891 
(34y.). 



PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 91 

(8) Annie W. Pinkham, b. April 3, 1860; resides 23 
Spring St., Portland, Me.; m. Alonzo Wentworth. 
(9) Child, d. in infancy. 
(7) Timothy H. Pinkham, b. May 11, 1823; deceased; m., 
July 1, 1854, Mary Elizabeth Bailey, b. July 20, 1836; d. 
March 7, 1880 (44y.). 
(8) Everett E. Pinkham, b. Oct. 18, 1858; d. Durham, Me., 

Sept. 8, 1885. 
(8) Lester Eugene Pinkham, b. Aug. 13, 1860; d. March 

3, 1867.. 
(8) Elmer E. Pinkham, b. March 14, 1862; d. Jan. 8, 1882. 
(8) Antoinette Pinkham, b. July 9, 1864; d. July 6, 1883. 
(8) Leslie S. Pinkham, b. Dec. 29, 1866; d. Dec. 13, 1883. 
(8) Walter Timothy Pinkham, b. May 22, 1870; has re- 
sided at Harpswell Center, Me., 17 years; carpenter; 
m., Dec. 28, 1891, Jeannette M. Allen, b. Harpswell, Me., 
March 1, 1868; daughter of Emore L Allen and Alice 
Merryman. 

(9) Wilmer Atalee Pinkham, b. April 6, 1892. 
(9) Lottie May Pinkham, b. Jan. 29, 1895. 
(9) John Irvin Pinkham, b. Jan. 23, 1897. 
(9) Lester Walter Pinkham, b. June 4, 1900. 
(9) Florence Evalena Pinkham, b. June 16, 1902. 
(8) Mary A. Pinkham, b. March 12, 1872; d. June 5, 1885. 
(7) William Pinkham, b. April 18, 1827; d. Feb. 3, 1853 

(26y.). 
(7) Lucretia Ann Haskell Pinkham, b. May 26, 1829; d. 
May 14, 1897 (68y.); m., July 4, 1848, Frank Haskell, 
son of Wm. Haskell and Sarah Lawrence. 
(8) Marshall B. Pinkham, b. July 28, 1852; d. March 

25, 1858. 
(8) Lydia Ann Haskell Pinkham, b. Nov. 4, 1854; m., 

Dec. 27, 1883, Elisha Clark of Harpswell, Me. 
(8) Wm. P. Pinkham, b. Feb. 14, 1866; m., July 18, 1895, 
Minnie B. Campbell. 
(7) Lucretia Ann Haskell Pinkham, b. May 26, 1829; d. 
May 14, 1897 (68y.) ; m., July 4, 1848, Frank Haskell; 
son of William Haskell and Sarah Lawrence. 
(8) Marshall B. Pinkham. b. July 28, 1852; d. March 25, 

1858. 
(8) Lydia Ann Haskell Pinkham, b. Nov. 4, 1854; m., 

Dec. 27, 1883, Elisha Clark of Harpswell, Me. 
(8) William P. Pinkham, b. Feb. 14, 1866; m., July 18, 
1895, Minnie B. Campbell. 

(6) Mary Pinkham, sixth child of Nathaniel Pinkham and 
Amy Woodworth, b. Harpswell, Me., July 9, 1781; d. 
March 6, 1853; m., Jan. 6, 1802, Micah Stockbridge, b. 
1777; d. April 19, 1845 (47y.) ; son of Micah Stockbridge, 

b. 1746; d. Sept. 8, 1834; and Lydia , b. 1751; d. 

Oct. 26, 1819. 

(7) Lydia Stockbridge, b. July 16, 1803; d. June 15, 1858; 
m. William Haskell, b. Oct. 24, 1778; d. July 22, 1843. 
(See records under William Haskell.) 



92 PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 

(7) Joseph P. Stockbridge, b. May 10, 1805; drowned Oct. 

7, 1828; unm. 
(7) Ebeuezer Stockbridge, b. Oct. 5, 1809; d. July 6, 1892; 
m. (first), in New York state, Sarah Fellows; m. (sec- 
ond). Miss Smith. 
(7) Amy Stockbridge, b. Nov. 23, 1810; d. Sept. 24, 1839; 

unm. 
(7) Hannah Stockbridge, b. Jan. 7. 1812; d. July 17, 1832. 
(7) Katherine Stockbridge. b. Nov. 3, 1814; d. Oct. 16, 
1860 (45y., 11m.. 13d.); m. Nathaniel Pinkham of Mill- 
bridge. Me., b. Sept. 7. 1809; d. July 17, 1888. 
(8) There were six children, two of whom lived to man- 
hood : Nathaniel Westley Pinkham, who d. in Anderson- 
ville prison, 18G4, unm.; Micah Pinkham, d. Millbridge, 
Me., 1872, unm. 
(7) Micah Stockbridge, b. Freeport, Me., Sept. 23, 1817; 
d. Jan. 15, 1895; lived South Freeport, Me.; m. Lucinda 
Grant. 

(8) Mary E. Stockbridge, b. April 28, 1840; d. young. 
(8) Ira C. Stockbridge, b. April 22, 1842; music dealer in 

Portland, Me. 
(8) William H. Stockbridge, b. April 17, 1844. 
(8) Mary L. Stockbridge, b. Aug. 17, 1846. 
(8) Charles A. Stockbridge, b. April 17, 1849. 
(8) Lorinda Stockbridge, b. March 14, 1852. 
(8) Annie Stockbridge, b. Jan. 6, 1854. 
■ (8) Addie Stockbridge, b. Feb. 24, 1858. 
(7) Nathaniel Stockbridge, b. Dec. 14, 1820; d. spring of 
1896; m. Sophia Wass. 

(6) Nathaniel Pinkham, b. Harpswell, Me., May 20, 1784; 
d. Cherryfield, Me., Jan. 31, 1866; moved to Harrington, 
Me., March, 1853, and lived on Ripley's Neck. His chil- 
dren. Sarah, Nathaniel and Thankful, moved to West Har- 
rington, Me. ; m. Phoebe Bailey, b. Harpswell, Me., Sept. 
22, 1785; d. March. 1879. 

(7) Sarah Pinkham, b. Harpswell, Me., July 3. 1806; d. 
Millbridge, Me., March 4, 1896; m., Jan., 1824, Solon 
Turner, b. Turner, Me., June 22. 1800; d. Millbridge, Me., 
Oct. 3, 1890; a house carpenter, and came to Harpswell, 
Me., about 1817. 

(9) Hiram Turner, b. Harpswell, Me., Oct. 23, 1824; fish- 
ing and farming ; m., Dec. 17, 1848, Mindwell Frost 
Stover, b. Sept. 29, 1829; daughter of Wanton Stover 
and Charity Hall. 

(9) Delceauna Elva Turner, b. Aug. 23, 1852; d. June 6, 
1871; m.. May 8, 1869, Zina Foster of Millbridge, Me.; 
house carpenter. 

(10) Lester Foster, b. Millbridge, Me., April 22, 1870; 
house carpenter; m., Jul.v 10. 1891, Angeline Small, 
b. Millbridge, Me., Feb. 21, 1875. 
(11) Arnold Foster, b. Aug. 5, 1894. 
(11) Ira Eugene Foster, b. Aug. 26. 1896. 
(9) Charity Ann Turner, b. Jan. 25, 1855; d. Oct. 8, 1862. 



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(9) Velera Turner, b. April 29, 1857; cl. Sept. 18, 1862. 
(9) Sidney Hiram Turner, b. Oct. 4, 1863; bookkeeper. 
(9) Carrie Lee Turner, b. Nov. 20, 1865; teacher; m., 

Jan. 25, 1889, Edward Stevens of Steuben. Me. 
(9) Zina Foster Turner, b. May 12, 1870; foreman in a 
can factory; m., Dec. 16, 1891, Mary T. Curtis of Har- 
rington, Me., b. March 18, 1872 ; daughter of James 
Fickett Curtis and Susannah C. Ray. 
(10) Harold Curtis Turner, b. Sept. 15, 1893; d. Feb. 

10, 1895. 
(10) Lillie May Turner, b. March 25, 1896. 
(10) Velma Ida Turner, b. Oct. 19, 1903; d. May 12, 
1904. 
(9) Ada Mary Turner, b. June 17, 1873. 
(8) Diana Turner, b. Harpswell, Me., Sept. 27, 1826; d. 
Millbridge, Me., Aug. 6, 1864; m., Oct. 10, 1846, Elbridge 
Sawyer, b. Feb. 25, 1825; d. March 17, 1886; son of 

Josiah Sawyer and Rebecca . 

(9) Adriauna Sawyer, b. Sept. 30, 1848; d. Oct. 25, 1849. 
(9) Lenora Sa\vyer, b. July 8, 1851; m.. May 30, 1870, 
Lester Flagg of Millbridge, Me.; an engineer. 
(10) Arthur Herbert Flagg, b. Sept. 30, 1872; d. Oct. 

28, 1872. 
(10) Olive Gertrude Flagg, b. June 18, 1876. 
(9) Lillian Diana Sawyer, b. July 1, 1853; m. (first), 
July 18, 1874, John Robinson of Harrington, Me., house- 
carpenter; m. (second), March 21, 1890, Adinoram J. 
Tracey; stage driver. 
Children of first marriage : 

(10) Sadie L. Robinson, b. Jan. 29, 1876; m., Dec. 11, 
1895, Frank E. Lunt of Cherryfield, Me. ; clerk. 
(11) Herbert Sawyer Lunt, b. June 27, 1896. 
(11) Annie Pearl Lunt, b. Oct. 16, 1898. 
(10) Herbert C. Robinson, b. Nov. 29, 1877. 
(10) Addie May Robinson, b. Dec. 13, 1879; m., July 3, 
1900, Harry G. Hasliell of Portland, Me., foreman of 
of a printing press. 
Child of second marriage: 

(10) Clara Bell Tracey, b. Oct. 14. 1890. 
(9) Sarah Locene Sawyer, b. July 23, 1855; m., Sept. 14, 
1881, John N. Hanson of Beverly, Mass. ; employed in 
shoe shop. 
(10) Lulu Grace Hanson, b. June 20, 1882; d. Aug. 17, 

18^3. 
(10) Lizzie Diana Hanson, b. March 17, 1886. 
(10) John Lester Hanson, b. June 14, 1891. 
(9) Addie Sawyer, b. April 6, 1859; d. Feb. 19, 1873. 
(8) Rebecca Turner, b. Harpswell, Me., Oct. 14, 1828; m., 
Jan. 14, 1849, George Chipman of Steuben, Me., b. July 
20, 1827; fisherman; son of Anthony Chipman and 

Sally . 

(9) Rebecca Delia Chipman, b. Aug. 27, 1850; m., Nov. 
7, 1867, James Alva Mitchell, b. Millbridge, Me., June 
13, 1847; can maker. 



94 PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 

(10) Jesse Knowltou Mitchell b. Millbridge, Me., March 
9, 1870; m., Nov. 19, 1893, Grace Edna Merrill of 
Sorrento, Me.; ferryman. 
(10) Augustus Wallace Mitchell, b. Millbridge, Me., 
Oct. 30, 1872; fisherman; m., May 11, 1892, Etta 
Amanda Turner, b. Aug. 9, 1872; daughter of Ephraim 
Turner and Phoebe Ellen Ward. 
(11) Eva Mitchell, b. Dec. 16, 1892. 
(11) Charles Turner Mitchell, b. Nov. 19, 1898. 
(10) George Mitchell, b. June 20, 1875; engineer; m., 
Jan. 12, 1896, Fannie Martin Turner of Millbridge, 
Me., b. Oct. 23, 1875. 

(11) Elma Forrest Mitchell, b. Sept. 28, 1896. 
(11) Beatrice Cora Mitchell, b. Aug. 8, 1899. 
(10) Fred Mitchell, b. Aug. 14, 1878. 
(10) Harold Mitchell, b. Aug. 18, 1884. 
(9) Captain George Chipman, b. April 15, 1859; m., Sept. 
20, 1877, Lizzie Janet Orr, b. Prince Edward's Island, 
April 22, 1859. 
(10) Alden Chipman, b. Prince Edward's Island, April 

26, 1878. 
(10) Carrie Janet Chipman, b. Millbridge, Me., July 21, 

1884. 
(10) Agnes Chipman, b. July 11, 1897. 
(9) Wesley Pinkham Chipman, b. Feb. 7. 1865; dealer 
in fish and lobsters; m., June 13, 1891, Delia Strout of 
Millbridge, Me. 

(10) Vera Chipman, b. Feb. 27, 1893. 
(10) Ralph Chipman, b. May 13, 1894. 
(10) Harold Chipman, b. June 8, 1898. 
(9) Alma May Chipman, b. Jan. 24, 1870. 
(8) Capt. Nathaniel Turner, b. Harpswell, Me., March 1, 
1831; m. Jemima Piussell of Lubec, Me. 
(9) Children. 
(8) Phoebe Sawyer Turner, b. Harrington, Me., Aug. 16, 
1833; m., Oct 26, 1855, Emery Sa'^vTer, b. Millbridge, 
Me., Nov. 20, 1825; a teacher of schools and of naviga- 
tion : sou of George Sawyer and Mary S. •. 

(9) Captain Eugene Emery Sawyer, b. Millbridge, Me., 
April 10, 1853 ; he was captain of the bark Levernia 
of New York; sailed Feb. 5, 1892, from Mexico for 
home and the vessel was lost with all on board ; m. 
Emma Dyer of Millbridge; daughter of James Dyer 

and Flora . 

(10) Josie E. Sawyer, b. March 17, 1877. 
(10) James E. Sawyer, b. May 17, 1882. 
(10) Myra H. Sawyer, b. March 30, 1889. 
(9) Horace French Sawyer, b. Oct. 14, 1854; packer of 
canned goods; m. Emily Orr of Prince Edward's 

Island; daughter of James Orr and Jane . 

(10) Gertrude. Linnie. Guy. Margaret. 
(9) Eugene Sawyer, b. Millbridge, Me., Oct. 3, 1857; lost 

at sea Aug. 25, 1873. 
(9) Susie Sawyer, b. Millbridge, Me., Aug. 16, 1859; d. 



PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 95 

March 19, 1891; m. Lewis Todd, a barber of Portland, 

Me.; son of John Todd and Frances . 

(10) Eugene Todd. John M. Dorothy L. Emery Saw- 
yer. James. 
(9) Charles Turner Sawyer, b. Millbridge, Me., Oct. 3, 
1863; engineer; m., Dec. 13, 1886, Ella Brown, b. Oct. 
23, 1869; daughter of John Brown and Mary Ann 

of Millbridge, Me. 

(10) Edna Sawyer, b. Sept. 22, 1887. 
(10) Eugene Sawyer, b. Nov. 29, 1889. 
(10) Susie Sawyer, b. Jan. 1, 1891. 
(10) Ralph Sawyer, b. Feb. 2, 1892. 
(10) Phoebe Mary Sawyer, b. July 2, 1896. 
(8) Solon Turner, b. Oct. 22, 1835; d. Aug. 6, 1860. 
(8) Ephraim Turner, b. Dec. 19, 1838; fisherman; m., 
July 15, 1865, Phcebe Ellen Ward, b. July 14, 1846; d. 
Jan. 7, 1897; daughter of Aaron Ward and Ruth Pink- 
ham. 

(9) Ernest Ephraim Turner, b. March 24, 1866; fisher- 
man; m., July 3, 1893, Susie Orr Stanwood, b. Mill- 
bridge, Me., March 25, 1865 ; daughter of Daniel Stan- 
wood and Amy Pinkham. 
(10) Russell Turner, b. Jan. 3, 1895. 
(10) Hollis Turner, b. Oct. 19, 1897. 
(10) Halsey Turner, b. Oct. 19, 1897; d. April 2, 1900. 
(10) Edgar Lee Turner, b. Dec. 27, 1899. 
(9) Frank Aaron Turner, b. June 14, 1869; fisherman; 
m.. May 5, 1894, Ada Roselyn Gerrish, b. Winter Har- 
bor, Me., April 12, 1875. 
(10) Ada Roselyn Turner, b. Feb. 1, 1895. 
(10) Earl Lloyd Turner, b. Sept. 12, 1898; d. Feb. 6, 
1899. 
(9) Etta Amanda Turner, b. Aug. 9, 1872; m., May 11, 
1892, Augustus Wallace Mitchell, b. Millbridge, Me., 
Oct. 30, 1872; fisherman. 
(10) Eva Mitchell, b. Dec. 16, 1892. 
(10) Charles Turner Mitchell, b. Nov. 19, 1898. 
(9) Delceanna Alvin Turner, b. Oct. 14, 1874; m., June 
18, 1898, Fred Charles Gay, b. Millbridge, Me., Sept. 8, 
•1879 ; can maker. 

(10) Nellie Sarah Gay, b. Jan. 6, 1899. 
(9) Charles Gilbert Turner, b. Oct. 23, 1875; d. April 3, 

1876. 
(9) Charles .Gilbert Turner, b. March 21, 1877; d. March 

26, '1877. 
(9) Charles Gilbert Turner, b. Julv 2, 1879; d. Jan. 11, 

1895. 
(9) Martha Hannah Turner, b. Aug. 13, 1881. 
(9) Florence Lizzie Turner, b. May 22, 1883. 
(9) Ethel Susie Turner, b. April 29, 1886. 
(8) Sarah Jane Turner, b. Millbridge, Me., Feb. 14, 1840; 
m., June 13, 1860, Capt. Elijah Jackson Pinkham, b. 
Harpswell, Me., Nov. 19, 1830; resides 12 Saunders St., 
Woodford's, Me. (See records under Capt. Elijah J. 
Pinkham. ) 



96 PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 

(8) Julia Ellen Turner, b. July 6, 1842; resides Wood- 
ford's, Me., 11 Saunders St.; m.. June 28, 1860, 'Capt. 
Joseph Daniel AVynian of Millbridge, Me. ; b. Nov. 9, 
1838; sailed to European, South American and Pacific 
ports. 
(9) Clara Wyman, b. October, 1868, d. Sept. 25, 1869 

(11m., 12d.). 
(9) Charles Wyman, b. November, 1871; d. July 26, 

1872 (8m., 12d.). 
(9) Bessie Wvman, b. October, 1874; d. December, 1891. 
(9) Ralph Wyman, b. October. 1883. 

(8) Charles Forrest Turner, b. Millbridge, Me., June 4, 
1844; d. July 14, 1892 (48y.. 6m., lOd.) ; foreman of a 
packing factory; m.. Nov. 25, 1874, Cora Stover, b. Aug. 
12, 1859 ; daughter of Nathaniel Stover and Malissa 



(9) Fannie Martin Turner, b. Oct. 23, 1875; m., June 12, 
1896. George Mitchell, b. June 20, 1875; son of James 
Mitchell and Rebecca Delia Chipman. 
(10) Elma Forrest Mitchell, b. Sept. 28, 1896. 
(10) Beatrice Cora Mitchell, b. Aug. 8. 1899. 
(8) Clemauce Napoleon Turner, b. Millbridge, Me., March 
4, 1849; mason; m., March 14, 1874, Ruby Strout Yeaton, 
b. Sept. 3, 1853 ; daughter of John Yeaton and Nancy 



(9) Mabel Pinkham Turner, b. Dec. 15. 1874; d. Dec. 12, 
1899; m.. July 7, 1894, Warren Randall of Millbridge, 
Me., b. Nov. 15, 1865; can maker. 

(10) Irene N. Randall, b. Sept. 29. 1895; d. Jan. 7, 1896. 
(10) Albion R. Randall, b. March 10. 1897. 
(9) Annie Zelma Turner, b. Aug. 12, 1876; m., Oct. 24, 
1894, Nehemiah Beal of Jonesport, Me., b. 1876; clerk. 
(10) Geny May Beal, b. Millbridge, Me., Sept. 19, 1896. 
(9) Geneva May Turner, b. Jan. 23, 1881. 
(9) Carrie Lee Turner, b. Aug. 23, 1885. 

4: 4: 4: * * 

(7) Diana Pinkham b. Dec. 29, 1807; d. Jan. 7, 1809. 

* * * ^ Hf 

(7) Nathaniel Pinkham, b. Sept. 7, 1809; d. July 17. 1888 
(78y.) ; m. Catherine Stockbridge of Freeport, Me., b. 
Nov. 3, 1814; d. Oct. 16, 1860. 

(8) There were six children; the two that lived to man- 
hood were Nathaniel Westley Pinkham. who d. 1864 in 
Andersonville prison, aged 20y., aiTd Micah Pinkham, d. 
Millbridge, Me., October. 1872, aged 24y. ; unm. Joseph 
Pinkham, d. 14y. Hezekiah Pinkham. d. lly. Mary L. 
Pinkham, d. 7y. Mary L. Pinkham, d. 5y. 

* * * * *i 

(7) Ruth Pinkham, b. Feb. 27, 1812; d. Oct. 29. 1895; m. 
at Harpswell. Me.. :March 4. 1832. Aaron Melcher Ward, 
b. Freeport, Me., Sept. 15, 1809 ; d. Aug. 30. 1874 : farmer; 
moved to Millbridge. Me.; soon after his marriage he 
moved to Harrington. Me., where his eleven children 
were born; son of Joseph Ward and Hannah Orr. 



PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 97 

(8) Nathaniel Pinkham Ward, b. Aug. 19. 1833 ; farmer 
on the old homestead at Harrington, Me. ; m., March 31, 
1852, Joanna W. Wallace, b. Harrington, Me., July 26, 
1833; daughter of Josiah Wallace and Sally Sawyer of 
Steuben, Me. 

(9) Melville Cox Ward, b. Aug. 6, 1852; fisherman at 
Harrington, Me.; m. J first), June 9, 1874, Mrs. Mary 
A. (Libby) Robinson, b. Harrington, Me., September, 
1848; d. at Harrington Nov. 19, 1896; daughter of 

John Libby and Louisa ; m. (second), Dec. 23, 

1897, Malinthe H. Look, b. Harrington, Me., April 23, 
1855; daughter of Levi Look and Delilah < — . 

Children of first marriage : 

(10) Mary Idella Ward, b. Aug. 21, 1875; m., June 14, 

1893. Amos C. Coffin, b. Harrington, Me., June 20, 

1874; mariner at Hai-rington, Me.; son of Eugene 

Coffin and Melenthe Look. 

(11) Evander A. Coffin, b. April 5, 1894; d. Aug. 22, 

1896. 
(11) Maurice E. Coffin, b. April 9, 1896. 
(10) Melville Micajah Ward, b. Aug. 1, 1878. 
(10) Emma Louisa Ward, b. April 6, 1884. 
Children of second marriage : 

(10) Malinthe Johannah Ward, b. Aug. 31, 1899. 
(9) Joseph Adams Ward. b. May 26, 1856; farmer at 
Harrington, Me.; m., Nov. 25, 1876, Emma Jane Kel- 
ley, b. May 23, 1862. 

(10) Elmira Johannah Ward, b. Millbridge, Me., April 
13. 1881; m., Sept. 24, 1898, Hubert Huckins, b. Mill- 
bridge, Me., April 23, 1879. 
(11) Lillian Amy Huckins, b. May 21, 1889. 
(9) Micajah Charles Ward, b. May 3, 1859, d. Oct. 3, 
1873. 
(8) Charles Augustus Ward, b. May 8, 1835; d. July 20, 

1835. 
(8) Joseph Ward, b. July 23, 1836; farmer and fisher- 
man at Harrington, Me.; m. (first), Jan. 1, 1856, Cy- 
rene W. Ramsdell, b. July 3, 1838; d. Oct. 3, 1876; 
daughter of Jesse Ramsdell and Eunice of Har- 
rington, Me.; m. (second), March 27, 1870, Mrs. Hattie 
(Steel) Kilton; daughter of Jordan Steel and Barbara- 

; m. (third), Feb. 30, 1878, Mary Small, b. Dec. 

24, 1857; d. Cherryfield, Me., soon after marriage; daugh- 
ter of Uriah Small and Matilda . 

Children of first marriage: 

(9) Elizabeth Emma Ward, b. Dec. 1, 1859; m., Sept. 30, 
1895, Howard Nathan Lord, b. Ipswich, Mass., June 12, 
1857; son of Asa Lord and Elizabeth Lakemau; no 
children; has lived in Ipswich, Mass., 20 years. 
(9) Herbert Leslie Ward, b. Harrington, Me., Sept. 25, 
1861; resides Addison Point, Me.; house carpenter and 
boat builder; m., Dec. 27, 1884, Rose Bell Look, b. 
7 



98 PINKHAM GENExVLOGY. 

Addison, Me., Feb. 9, 1864 ; daughter of Daniel Look 
and Lorana Look. 

(10) Rena Ruth Ward, b. Aug. 22, 1885; d. Jan. 2, 
1904; attended Addison (Me.) High School; m., Sept. 
5, 1903, William Thompson of Addison, Me. 
(10) Mareia Emma Ward, b. Oct. 13, 1887; -attended 

Addison (Me.) High School. 
(10) Georgia Donald Ward, b. June 16, 1889; in Addi- 
son (Me.) High School. 
(10) Leon Sewell Ward, b. Dec. 21, 1890; in Addison 
(Me.) High School. 
(9) Abbie Eunice Ward, b. Oct. 29, 1864; m., Dec. 2G. 
1896, John Downing of Chelsea, Mass., b. Tignish, 
Prince Edward's Island, May 7, 1865; blacksmith; son 

of Joseph Downing and Addie . 

(9) Albert Hardy Ward, b. Feb. 6. 1871; dentist; m.. 
Oct. 27, 1898, Charlena Bryant Parker of Leomins- 
ter, Mass., b. Sept. 4, 1875; daughter of R. B. Parker. 
Children of third marriage: 

(9) Charles Closson Ward, b. Dec. 23. 1883. 

(9) Josie Hunt Ward, b. March 4, 1886. 

(8) Aaron Frank Ward, b. July 17, 1858; d. Jan. 23, 1899; 

merchant at Millbridge, Me.; m. (first), Dec. 4, 1859, 

Amanda Flagg of Millbridge, Me., but b. Grand Menan, 

May 4, 1841; d. April 1, 1869; daughter of Herbert 

Flagg and Olive ; m. (second), Oct. 12. 1872, 

Marietta Brown, b. Millbridge, Me., July 14, 1849 ; 

daughter of William Brown and Mary ■ — . 

(8) Hannah Jerusia Ward, b. Nov. 28, 1841; resides Mill- 
bridge, Me. ; m., Sept. 11, 1859, John Benson Libby, b. 
Steuben, Me., May 5, 1839; son of John Libby and Lou- 
isa . 

(9) Amy Ruth Libby. b. May 29, 1873; resides Harring- 
ton, Me.; m., April 8, 1893, Melzar Allen Coffin of Har- 
rington, b. Aug. 25, 1870; can maker. 
(10) Frank Libby Coffin, b. Jan. 22. 1897. 
(10) Glenys Hannah Coffin, b. May 16. 1898. 
(10) Gladys Emeline Coffin, May 16. 1898. 
(8) Obadlah Curtis Ward. b. Aju-il 26. 1844; merchant at 
Cherryfield, Me.; m. (first), April 30, 1866, Melona 
Ramsdell, b. Harrington, Me.; d. Millbridge, Me., Aug. 
30, 1868 ; daughter of Hillman Ramsdell and Elizabeth 

— ; m. (second), Sept. 10, 1870, Carrie Ada Small 

of Cherryfield, Me., b. Dec. 31, 1852 ; daughter of Uriah 

Small and Matilda . 

(9) Fred Uriah Ward, b. March 25, 1876; professor at 

Bucksport (Me.) Seminary. 
(9) Mary Melona Ward, b. April 25, 1880. 
(9) Eva Curtis Ward, b. May 6. 1883. 
(9) Carrie Lizzie Ward, b. Nov. 6, 1886. 
(8) Phoebe Ellen Ward, b. July 14. 1846; d. Jan. 7, 1897; 
m., July 15. 1865, Ephraim Turner. (See Ephraim Tur- 
ner. ) 
(8) Charles Micajah Ward, b. Harrington, Me., Aug. 13, 
1848; d. May 28, 1850. 



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99 



(8) Ruth Amy Ward, b. Harrington, Me., June 2, 1850; 
d. Oct. 18, 1868. 

(8) Charles Micajah Ward, b. Harpswell, June 17, 1852; 
merchant at Cherryfield, Me.; m., Aug. 5, 1885, Nellie 
Longfellow of Beddington, Me., b. Feb. 25, 1862 ; daugh- 
ter of David Longfellow and Louisa . 

(8) Gilbert Homer Ward, b. Harrington, Me., Sept. 6, 
1864; insurance agent; m., Nov. 29. 1877, Martha Small, 
b. Dec. 24, 1857 ; daughter of Uriah Small and Matilda 



(9) Clayton Melcher Ward, b. June 2, 1885. 
(9) Rinda Baker Ward, b. Dec. 3, 1887. 
***** 
(7) Thankful Pinkham, b. March 14, 1814; d. Sept. 20, 
1885; m., Dec. 6, 1832, Samuel Mitchell, b. Sept. 17, 1812; 
d. Dec. 20, 1887; a sailor in his younger days; tended 
the steamboat landing for 45 years; lived in Harrington 
until it was set off to Millbridge in 1845 ; son of Samuel 
Mitchell and Eunice Vickery. 

(8) Nathaniel Mitchell, b. Oct. 19, 1833; d. June 28, 1837. 
(8) Nathaniel Pinkham Mitchell, b. May 23, 1837; re- 
sides Millbridge, Me.; fisherman; m., Dec. 7, 1859, Nancy 
Y. Beals, b. March 1, 1841; d. Nov. 1, .1889; daughter 

of Barry Beals and Lucinda . 

(9) Charles Merrill Mitchell, b. Oct. 23, 1860; m. May 
22, 1881, Hannah Belinda West, b. March 31, 1861. 
(10) Agnes Clementine Mitchell, b. May 3, 1882. 
(10) Merrill Cleveland Mitchell, b. Oct. 9, 1884. 
(10) John Roscoe Mitchell, b. Nov. 9, 1886. 
(10) Evans Joseph Mitchell, b. April 2, 1889. 
(9) Nathaniel Mitchell, Jr., b. Aug. 11, 1862; d. Nov. 23, 

1870. 
(9) Benjamin W. Mitghell, b. Feb. 25, 1864; d. April 9, 

1864. 
(9) Minerva J. Mitchell, b. Oct. 17, 1866; m., July 10, 
1880, Zemro T. West, b. July 13, 1855. 
(10) Irving J. West, b. Oct. 30, 1881. 
(10) George S. West, b. Nov. 27, 1883. 
(10) Florence A. West, b. June 10, 1888. 
(10) Arthur M. West, b. Oct. 17, 1891; d. Nov. 2, 1893. 
(9) Mahlon R. Mitchell, b. May 1, 1868; m., April 1, 

1898, Irena Arey, who d. July, 1898. 
(9) Lucinda A. Mitchell, b. July 11, 1870; d. Aug. 14, 

1881. 
(9) Octavia T. Mitchell, b. Aug. 7, 1873; m. in Steuben, 
Me.,' Nov. 6, 1892, John S. Chipman, b. Oct. 12, 1864. 
(10) Merton E. Chipman, b. Feb. 15, 1893. 
(10) Ada T. Chipman, b. Dec. 23, 1898. 
(9) Nathaniel M. Mitchell, b. Aug. 18, 1875; m., 1894, 

Nelly Arey. 
(9) Joseph W. Mitchell, b. Aug. 28, 1877; m., July 9, 

1897, Delia Leighton. 
(9) Austin F. Mitchell, b. Dec. 4, 1880. 
(9) Nancy A. Mitchell, b. Oct. 13, 1883. 



100 PINKHAM GENEALOGY, 

(9) Alice E. Mitchell, b. March 25, 1886; d. Oct. 14, 1887. 
(8) Eunice Delia Mitchell, b. Nov. 25, 1841; resides Mill- 
bridge, Me.; m. (first), May 28, 1858, William Ray; 

fisherman; son of William Ray and Sophronia ; 

m. (second), Sept. 24, 1888, Edward Leighton. 
Children of first marriage: 

(9) Samuel M. Ray, b. Jan. 24, 1861; m., Dec. 2, 1882, 

Mehetable — , b. Jan. 24. 1862. 

(10) Willie Ray, b. July 21, 1886. 
(10) Stillman Ray, b. Jan. 17, 1890. 
(10) Vera A. Ray, b. Nov. 30, 1895. 
(9) Stillman Ray, b. June 11, 1863; d. Aug. 18, 1883. 
(9) Moses S. Ray, b. Sept. 30, 1866; m., Nov. 17, 1886, 
Ida M. Burk, b. June 5, 1868. 
(10) Parley Ray, b. July 9. 1887. 
(10) Leroy Rav, b. June 9, 1892. 
(10) Estella Ray, b. Oct. 28. 1898. 
(9) George Wilbert Ray, b. April 11, 1868; m. April 25, 
1887, Angle Belle Tracey, b. Aug. 31, 1871; of Steuben, 
Me. 

(10) Goldie Mildred Ray, b. Sept. 16, 1891. 
(10) Leslie Evans Ray, b. Jan. 4, 1892. 
(10) Justus Manfred Ray, b. May 17, 1894. 
***** 
(7) Amv Pinkham (called Amie Ann by some of the fam- 
ily), b. Dec. 12, 1815; d. Oct. 8. 1844; m. Daniel Stan- 
wood ; said to have moved from Brunswick, Me., to Pond 
Island, Millbridge, Me. 

(8) Henrietta L. Stanwood, b. June 11, 1835; m. Isaac M. 
Rumery and lived at Millbridge, Me. 
(9) Nellie Rumery, b. July 28, 1856; m. Silas Beckwith 
and resides Belfast, Me. 
(10) Rose Beckwith. Hernman Beckwith. 
(9) Affie Rumery, b. May 13, 1858; m. Edgar N. Godfrey; 
resides Steuben, Me. 

(10) Georgia and Willie Godfrey (twins). Mabel God- 
frey. John Godfrey. Hattie Godfrey. Bertha God- 
frey. 
(9) Annie Rumery, b. Nov. 22, 1859; m. William Barter; 
resides 9 Stanley Lane, Rockland, Me. 
(10) Hosea Barter. Llewellyn Barter. Jennie Barter. 
Frances Barter. 
(9) Pamelia Rumery, b. March 26, 1861; m. Fred Nutter; 
resides Millbridge, Me. 
(10) Albert Nutter. Lora Nutter. 
(9) Stephen Rumery, b. July 21, 1867; m. Cora L. Beal. 
(10) Arthur Rumery. Perley Rumery. Lottie Rumery. 
(9) Lizzie Rumery, b. July 17, 1869; m. Wilbert Whit- 
comb; resides Poor's Mills, Belfast. Me. 
(10) Chester Whitcomb. 
(9) Henry Rumery (twin), b. Dec. 22, 1873; resides 

Millbridge. Me. 
(9) Etta Rumery (twin), b. Dec. 22, 1873; m. Fred Rog- 
ers; resides Millbridge, Me. 



PINKHAM GENEALOGY. lOl 

(9) Mabel Rumery, b. Sept. 15, 1875. 

(8) Henrietta Stanwood; m. Eli Hodgkins. 

(8) Daniel Stanwood, m. Amy Piukham of Cherryfield, 
Me. 

(8) Susie Orr Stanwood, b. March 25, 1865; m., July 3, 
1893, Ephraim Turner. (See his records.) 

***** 

(7) Phoebe Pinkham, b. Jan. 29. 1818; m., Nov. 28, 1842, 
John Bailey of Harpswell, Me., Oct. 28, 1814; d. May 23, 
1890; son of Jacob Bailey and Amy Pinkham. (See 
John Bailey.) 

(7) Ebenezer Pinkham, b. Nov. 12, 1819; d. June 12, 1863; 
m. Mary Wallace, who d. March 28, 1896; daughter of 
Josiah Wallace. 

(8) Capt. Joseph Pinkham, b. Oct. 14, 1843; resides Elm 
St., Brewer, Me.; m. (first), 1865, Julia A. Cole of Har- 
rington. Me.; daughter of Merriam Cole and Minnie 
Colbath ; m. (second), Mary Angieretta Mitchell, b. 
Harrington, Me., July, 1867; daughter of Royal Mitchell 
and Thankful Tompkins; m. (third), Mrs. Ida Cole. 

(9) Only child of first marriage d. at birth. 
Children of second marriage : 

(9) Joseph Linwood Pinkham, b. October, 1885. 

(9) Agatha Angieretta, b. 1887. 

(8) Micajah Pinkham, b. March 26, 1847; d. April 23, 

1848. 
(8) Nettie Pinkham, b. Oct. 21, 1850; d. Oct. 14, 1852. 
(8) Mary Ina Pinkham, b. Dec. 8, 1860; d. Jan. 16. 

1888; m., Dec. 3, 1877, Lewis Look. 

(9) Two infant sous, d. 

(9) Mary Ina Look, b. Feb. 16, 1887. 

***** 

(7) Micajah Pinkham, b. Jan. 9, 1822; d. Nov. 3, 1895; 
farming, lumbering and fishing; m., Oct. 11, 1865, Mrs. 
Mary (Wallace) Pinkham, widow of his brother Ebenezer 
Pinkham. No children. 

(7) Charles Pinkham, b. April 22, 1825; d. July 27, 1865; 
'residetl Harrington, Me.; farming, lumbering and fish- 
ing; m., Feb. 16, 1848, Olive C. Wallace, b. Millbridge, 
Dec. 17, 1829 ; d. Feb. 13, 1907 ; daughter of Josiah Wal- 
lace and Sally Sawyer of Steuben, Me. 

(8) Charles Micajah Pinkham, b. June 21, 1856; lost at 
sea Aug. 17, 1873, from yardarm of brig Persis Hinkley, 
near Carden Lights, S. A. ; seaman. 

(8) Amy Pinkham, b. July 30, 1852; resides Harrington, 
Me.; m., March 28, 1880, Elmer W. Ramsdell, b. Har- 
rington, Me., Aug. 9, 1855 ; carpenter; son of William 
Ramsdell and Elizabeth White. 

(9) Infant son. d. Sept. 16, 1881. 

(9) Harvey Williams Ramsdell, b. Nov. 11, 1882; d. 
April 7, 1883. 



102 PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 

(9) Grace Janette Ramsdell, b. May 7, 1884; graduated 
from East Maine Conference Seminary, Bucksport, 
June, 1903; teacher. 
(8) Ada Janette Pinkham, b. Feb. 9, 1854; d. June 18, 
1884; lived Harrington, Me., after marriage; m., Sep- 
tember, 1870, Capt. Daniel White, b. Harrington, Me., 
Oct. 10, 1852; son of James M. White and Nancy J. 
Ramsdell. 

(9) Albert D. White, b. Aug. 11, 1872; mariner; resides 
Harrington, Me.; m., March 14, 1898, Lucy A. Brown, 
b. Sept. 11, 1872; daughter of Alonzo Brown and Susan 
J. Pinkham of Millbridge, Me. 
(10) Marguerite Leslie White, b. Aug. 30, 1899. 
(9) Charles Eben White, b. March 21, 1874; resides Har- 
rington, Me. ; mariner ; m., March 9, 1892, Myra White 
Coffin, b. Harrington, Me., Oct. 19, 1873; daughter of 

Eugene Coffin and Meliuthe . 

(10) Vera Janette White, b. Sept. 19, 1893; d. May 4, 

1894. 
(10) Chester Eugene White, b. Nov. 19, 1895; d. Feb. 

9, 1895. 
(10) Frederic Moore White, b. July 14, 1898. 
(9) Annie Laura White, b. May 29, 1880; m., Feb. 25, 
1895, Eugene Everett Hurd of Dedham, Me., b. Nov. 14, 
1864; son of Philander Smith Hurd and Martha An- 
gelia King. 

(10) Barbara Marie Hurd, b. Sept. 22. 1896. 
(10) Omar Dwight Hurd, b. June 5, 1899. 

* . * * * * 

(7) Moses Pinkham, b. March 19, 1828; d. Aug. 8, 1867; 
unm. 

* * * * *• - 

(6) Amy Pinkham, eighth child of Nathaniel Pinkham and 
Amy Woodworth, b. Harpswell, Me., April 28, 1787 ; d. 
June 12, 1869; m., Jan. 12, 1805, Jacob Bailey, b. June 24, 
1782; d. Aug. 8, 1859. 

(7) Joseph P. Bailey, b. Oct. 3, 1805; d. June 23, 1854 (48y., 
8m.); lived in Brunswick, Me., until after his marriage; 
m., May, 1832, Hannah Field of Freeport, Me., who d, 
Feb. 17, 1849 (39y., 2m.). 

(8) Amy Pinkham Bailey, b. Aug. 14, 1833; d. June 21, 
1867 (33y., 10m.); m., Nov. 29, 1855, Silas Goddard of 
Durham, Me., b. Dec. 29, 1827. 
(9) Anna J. Goddard, b. Oct. 20, 1857. 
(9) Joseph H. Goddard, b. Jan. 2, 1859. 
(9) Marion Goddard, b. July 23, 1861; unm. 
(8) Child, d. in infancy. 

(7) Julina Bailey, b. Sept. 30, 1808; d. Nov. 11, 1849; m., 
1841 (as his first wife), William Bibber, b. June 19, 1814; 
d. Oct. 25, 1873; son of Baily Bibber and Dorothy Soule. 
(8) Jacon Baily Bibber, b. May 13, 1843; d. 1869 (25y.); 

unm. 
(8) Wm. Bote Bibber, b. April 22, 1844; d. (23y.); unm. 
(8) Lemuel Bibber, b. Sept. 12, 1852; d. (17y.). 



PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 103 

(8) Waitstill Douglas Bibber, b. June 29, 1854; d. in child- 
hood. 
(8) Rosina Bibber, b. July 2G, 1855; d. (28y.); unm. 
(7) Phoebe Bailey, b. Sept. 25, 1811; d. May 24, 1892; m., 
Dec. 6, 1832, Bailey Bibber, 2d. (See records in Bibber 
Genealogy by Rev. C. N. Sinnett.) 
(7) John Bailey, b. Oct. 28, 1814; d. April 22, 1890; m., 
Nov. 28, 1842, Phoebe Pinkham, b. Jan. 29, 1818; daughter 
of Nathaniel Pinkham and Phoebe Bailey. 
(8) Jacon Bailey, b. Feb. 4, 1844. 
(8) Joseph Wingate Bailey, b. Oct. 20, 1848. 
(8) Joseph Orlando Bailey, b. Sept. 20, 1852; d. July 4, 

1862. 
(8) Micajah H. Bailey, b. April 19, 1858; d. July 11, 1862. 
(8) Leonard Lunt Bailey, b. Oct. 21, 1860; d. Jan., 186L 
(8) Edith Mabel Bailey, b. Jan. 2, 1863; unm. 
(7) Sarah W. Bailey, b. Feb. 23, 1817; d. Oct. 10, 1863; m. 
(as his first wife), Dec. 10, 1840, Moses Bailey, b. Free- 
port, Me., Jan. 16, 1817; d. May 23, 1874 (77y.); son of 
Charles Bailey and Ruth Haskell. 

(8) Sarah M. Bailey, b. Sept. 13, 1841; m., June 18, 1872, 
J. A. Fisher of Topsham, Me.; resides Topsham, Me. 
(9) Mary Belle Fisher, b. Nov. 1, 1873; d. June 15,. 1893. 
(9) Ella C. Fisher, b. April 13, 1875. 
(9) Herbert Fisher, b. April 7, 1877; d. Nov. 17, 1879. 
(8) Melissa A. Bailey, b. July 2, 1844; m., Jan. 17, 1874 
(as his second wife), Andrew Jackson Bibber; x-esides 
Basin Point, Harpswell, Me. 
(9) Andrew Clinton Bibber. Ola May Bibber. 
(8) Isaac N. Bailey, b. April 24, 1846; d. Springfield, 
Mass., Dec. 9, 1904; m., March 12, 1879, Elizabeth Ann 
Stover, b. Harpswell, Me., Sept. 17, 1848; resides Spring- 
field, Mass. 

(9) Fred Pennoyer Bailey, b. Aug. 12, 1883; resides 
Springfield, Mass.; carpenter and builder; m., June 22, 
1903, Stella G. Hollingsworth. 
(10) Helen S. Bailey, b. July 5, 1904. 
(8) Moses A. Bailey, b. July 18, 1849; d. March 4, 1850. 
(8) Mary L. Bailey, b. Sept. 10, 1853; d. May 17, 1884; 
m., 1878, Mahlon Goddard. 
(9) Elwood R. Goddard, b. Jan. 21, 1878. 
(9) Flora M. Goddard, b. 1879; d. 1885. 
(9) Ethel M. Goddard, b. June, 1882. 
(7) Jacon Bailey, b. July 25, 1819; d. June 22, 1879; unm. 
(7) Najhaniel Pinkham Bailey, b. Nov. 8, 1821; d. Aug. 9, 
1856; m.. May 8, 1854, Lydia Bailey; daughter of Charles 
Bailey. 

(8) William P. Bailey, b. 1855; d. Feb. 14, 1889 (33y., 
11m.) ; m. Ida Julia Alexander, daughter of Andrew J. 
Alexander and Sophronia Bibber. 

(9) Frank Linwood Bailey, b. Feb. 2, 1881; graduated 
from Westbrook (Me.) Seminary. 
(7) Elijah Pinkham Bailey, b. May 9, 1824; resides Basin 
Point, Harpswell, Me.; m. (first), Nov. 26, 1845, Lavina 



104 PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 

Bibber, b. July 30, 1818; deceased; daughter of Bailey 
Bibber and Dorothy Soule; m. (second), Mrs. Nettie 
Estes, n^e Pote, of Brunswick, Me., widow of Joseph 
Estes. 

Children of the first marriage: 
(8) Girl, d. in infancy. 
(8) Sarah, deceased. 

(8) Lavina Hannah Bailey, b. July 2, 1855; m., Oct. 20, 
1870, Daniel Moody, b. Sept. 7, 1849. 
(9) Elijah Bailey Moody, b. Feb. 11, 1871; m. Leoline 
Bibber. 

(10) Affie L. Moody, b. April 8, 1890. 
(10) Harvey S. Moody, b. June 8, 1891. 
(10) Florence B. Moody, b. March 20, 1895. 
(10) John Edwin Moody, d. (3m.). 
(9) Converse D. Moody, b. Sept. 19, 1872. 
(9) Wm. W. Moody, b. Dec. 13, 1873; m. Alice Seabury 

of Freeport, Me. 
(9) Earl W. Moody, b. Jan. 4, 1877. 
(9) Edward H. Moody, b. Oct. 23, 1874; m. Lena Elwell 

of Brunswick, Me. 
(9) Joseph H. Moody, b. Sept. 1, 1876. 
(8) Daughter. 

(8) Phoebe Emma Bailey, b. Nov. 7, 1857; d. 1907; m., 
Sept. 2, 1877, James William Merrimau, b. May 28, 1849; 
d. 1907. 
(8) Sarah Bailey, d. at 3y. 
(7) Mary Jane Bailey, b. April 1, 1828; d. June 27, 1879; 
m., Jan. 13, 1852, Leonard Lunt of Durham, Me. 
(8) John Leonard Lunt; on the home place in Durham, 

Me.; married. 
(8) Mary Jane Lunt, m. in Durham, Me. 
(8) Affie Ann Lunt; m. Goddard; resides Brunswick, Me. 
(8) Julina Lunt; Quakeress missionary to the Indians. 
(7) Charles Wm. Bailey, b. Sept. 12, 1831; resides on the 
old Bailey homestead, Basin Point, Harpswell, Me.; mar- 
ried (first), Dec. 30, 1851, Martha Ann Farr of Harps- 
well, Me.; m. (second), Lucinda Reed of Pownal, Me.; 
daughter of John Reed of Pownal, Me.; m. (third), Vic- 
toria W. Estes, b. May 31, 1846. 

Children of first marriage: 

(8) Charles Wm. Bailey, Jr., b. Oct. 25, 1852. 
(8) Albert C. Bailey, b. Jan. 7, 1854; m., Oct. 26, 1869, 
Mary Martina Bibber. 
(9) Blanche E. Bailey, b. Aug. 9, 1880. 
(9) Ida M. Bailey, b. Sept. 3, 1882. 
(8) Child, d. in infancy. 

Children of second marriage: 

(8) Lucinda M. Bailey, b. Aug. 5, 1856; resides Freeport, 
Me.; m. Willard Bowie of Durham, Me. 
(9) William R. Bowie, b. 1873. Leon Roy. Albert. Ar- 
thur Bowie. 



PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 105 

(8) Martha A. Bailey, b. Aug. 22, 1859; deceased; m. Fred- 
erick Johnson of Lisbon, Me.; no children. 

(8) Elmer Ellsworth Bailey, b. Aug. 21, 1862; resides 
South Harpswell, Me. 
Children of third marriage: 

(8) Evalina A. Bailey, b. Jan. 17, 1865; resides West 
Harpswell, Me.; m., Dec. 17, 1890, John Goud of Lisl)on, 
Me. 

(8) Matilda F. Bailey, b. Dec. 9, 1869. 

(8) Sophronia Bailey, b. April 22, 1871; d. Oct. 5. 1876. 
(8) Herbert W. Bailey, b. Oct. 30, 1872. 

. (8) Ella N. Bailey, b. June 24, 1874. 

(8) Florence L. Bailey, b. Aug. 6. 1876; d. March 12, 
1897; m. Charles W. Hodgdon of Castiue, Me. 
(9) Child, d. in infancy. 
(8) Jacob Pinkham Bailey, b. Oct. 27, 1879. 
(8) Willard L. Bailey, b. May 8, 1881. 
(8) Iva L. Bailey, b. Oct. 17, 1883. 
(8) Anna M. Bailey, d. iu infancy. 
(8) Emma L. Bailey, b. Dec. 9, 1890. 

***** 

(6) Joseph Pinkham, b. Harpswell, Me., Jan. 4, 1790; d. 
Feb. 5, 1801. 

***** 
(6) Elijah Pinkham, b. Harpswell, Me., May 6, 1792; d. 
Dec. 22. 1881; always resided in Harpswell, Me.; m., Jan. 
18, 1815, Lydia Wilson, b. Oct. 28, 1796; d. Oct. 6, 1859 
(65y.); daughter of William Wilson and Martha Clark. 
(7) Joseph Pinkham, b. Oct. 26, 1815; d. Nov. 22, 1900 
(85y., 27d.); always resided in South Harpswell, Me.; 
fisherman; a faithful member of the Methodist Episcopal 
Church; m. (first), Hannah Green of Lisbon, Me., who 
d. Nov. 18, 1869 (53y.) ; daughter of David Green; m. 
(second), Lucy Snow Purinton, b. Bowdoin. Me., Jan. 
9, 1830; d. Sept. 18, 1889; daughter of Elder Stephen 
Purinton; no children of this second marriage. ' 
Children of the first marriage: 

(8) J. Wesley Pinkham, b. Sept. 25, 1845; d. March 26, 
1877; unm. 

(8) Capt. David Almon Pinkliam, b. July 29, 1847; has 
been captain of the schooners Carrie S. Allen, Minetta, 
etc.; m., Aug. 19, 1876, Nellie Farr, b. South Harpswell, 
Me., Sept. 28, 1855 ; daughter of Hugh Farr and Ruth 
Orr. ' 

(9) Frank Leslie Pinkham, b. Jan. 10, 1878; postmaster 
at South Harpswell, Me., since July, 1905 ; m. Alvira 
Mabel Stover, b. Harpswell, Me., Feb. 22, 1875 ; daugh- 
ter of David Clark Stover and Charity Curtis. No 
children. 

(9) Ruthie Lillian Pinkham, b. April 28, 1881; m., July 
16, 1901, Fred Watson Prout, b. Bailey's Island, Me., 
Sept. 10, 1865; resides Portland. Me.; on steamer H. 
Henry Wilson. 



106 PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 

(10) Joseph Almon Proiit, b. Oct. 19. 1901. 
(10) Hugh Farr Prout, b. Sept. 12, 1902. 
(10) Eleanor Gertrude Prout, b. Nov. 27, 1903. 
(9) Ralph Siunett Pinkham, b. Aug. 12, 1885; fireman 

on a Portland (Me.) steamer. 
(9) David II. Pinkham, b. April, 1891; d. Oct. 19. 1891. 
(8) Elijah Austin Pinkham, b. Jan. 1, 1849; stable keeper 
at South Ilarpswell, Me.; for several years was pro- 
prietor of the Merriconeag House, Harpswell, Me.; m. 
Violetta C. Merrow, b. Portland, Me. ; daughter of 
James Merrow. 

(9) Walter E. Pinkham, b. Oct. 2, 1877; resides Deer- 
ing. Me.; motorman at Portland. Me.; m., June 8, 1895, 
Annie D. Roberts, b. Monmouth, Me., Sept. 26, 1875 ; 
daughter of Benjamin F. Roberts and Minnie B. Lunt. 
(9) Lulu M. Pinkham. d. June 12, 1879 (13m.). 
(9) Annie May Pinkham. b. May 19, 1881; resides 
Harpswell, Me.; m., Nov. 5, 1898, James H. Lubee, b. 
Harpswell, Me. ; son of Levi Lubee and Rachel Coburn. 
(10) Horace Leslie Lubee. b. May 1, 1899. 
(10) Austin Ellwood Lubee. b. July 16, 1900. 
(10) Doris Mildred Lubee. b. Feb. 1, 1906. 
(9) George Lewis Pinkham, b. May 25. 1887; stable 

keeper and teamster at South Harpswell. Me. ; unm. 
(9) Hattie A. Pinkham, b. Nov. 11. 1889: unm. 
(9) Willie J. Pinkham, b. June 7, 1893. 
(8) Mary A. Pinkham. b. March 5. 1851; d. Jan. 2. 1862. 
(7) Ann 'Pinkham, b. April 1, 1818: d. June 10, 1900; re- 
sided Phippsburg, Me.; a fine teacher; m., Jan. 11, 1858, 
John J. Rogers, b. Phippsburg, Me., Aug. 22, 1819; far- 
mer. - 

(8) Elijah Pinkham Rogers, b. April 2, 1852; d. April 5, 
1881; m.. Nov. 15. 1880. Lizzie Frances Coffin, b. Phipps- 
burg. Me., Jan. 16. 1860; d. March 6, 1885; daughter 
of Albert Coffin and Elizabeth J. Johnson. 
(7) Nathaniel Pinkham, b. Jan. 4, 1821; d. Jan. 14, 1908 
(87-10); resided Cumberland Center, Me.; a seaman for 
several years, then a farmer; his grand work as a teacher 
will long be remembered in Harpswell, Me., etc.; he 
taught on Great Chebeague Island, 1847; on Bailey's 
Island, Me., 1845 and 1853; Falmouth, Me., 1862-63; at 
Cumberland, Me., 1870; m., July 9. 1848, Sarah Haskell, 
b. Harpswell, Me., March 13, 1831; d. Dec. 7, 1886; 
daughter of Capt. George Haskell and Lucy Ann Farr. 
"He became captain soon after he began going to sea; 
he, with Capt. Norton Stover, assumed the entire -finan- 
cial responsibility of the building of the Methodist Epis- 
copal Church at Harpswell, Me.; his life was marked 
with many other noble Christian works." 
(8) Frederic N. Pinkham, b. July 8, 1849; d. May 22, 
1879; followed the sea; m., 1873, Nellie Gardner; no 
children. 
(8) Franklin B. Pinkham, b. Sept. 28, 1852; d. June 17, 
1880; unm.; followed the sea. 



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107 



(8) Herbert Nathaniel Pinkham, b. June 27, 1857; insur- 
ance agent and adjuster, 35 Exchange St., I'ortland, 
Me • graduated from Falmouth (Me.) Academy and 
Greely Institute, Cumberland Center, Me.; resided Fal- 
mouth, Me., 1861-69; Cumberland Center, Me., 1869- 
1876; in Portland, Me., since then; m., Nov. 10, 1880, 
Sarah Eleanor McMaster, b. Portland, Me., Dec. 6, 
1859; graduated from Portland High School; daughter 
of Samuel McMaster and Caroline Skillings. 
(9) Ethel Caroline Pinkham, b. Aug. 15, 1881; grad- 
uated from Portland (Me.) High School, June, 1899; 
clerk in lawyer's office, Portland, Me. 
(9) Laura Haskell Pinkham, b. March 12, 1883; d. Nov. 
7, 1904; graduated Portland (Me.) High School, June, 
1901; Mrs. Simmons' Kindergarten Training School, 
Boston, Mass.; in senior class at time of her death. 
(9) Eleanor Marion Pinkham, b. May 27, 1884; grad- 
uated from Portland High School, June. 1903. 
(9) Sarah Blair, b. Nov. 21, 1886; graduated from Port- 
land (Me.) High School, June, 1905; sophomore in 
Wellesley College, 1906. 
(9) Herbert Nathaniel, Jr., b. Dec. 25, 1888; studied in 
Hebron Academy, Maine, and in Phillips Exeter Acad- 
emy; clerk in Portland, Me. 
(9) Helen Neal Pinkham, b. Dec. 26, 1882; entered Port- 
land (Me.) High School, 1908. 
(9) Elizabeth Adams Pinkham, b. July 26, 1895. 
(9) Dorothy Elliot Pinkham, b. April 27, 1900. 
(8) Aulenah Dailey Pinkham, b. Harpswell, Me., March 
15, 1860; resides Falmouth, Me.; m., June 28, 1884, 
Samuel W. Hamilton, b. Cousin's Island, Me., Sept. 13, 
1861; studied in Greely Institute, Cumberland Center, 
Me.; grocer and farmer; son of Lorenzo Hamilton and 
Lovina Grover. 

(9) Everett Woodbury Hamilton, b. Dec. 12, 1884; grad- 
uated at Greely Institute, Cumberland Center, Me., 
1901; from Bowdoin College, 1905; teacher at Willi- 
mantic, Conn. ; now works for International Br.nking 
Corporation, New York City. 
(9) Marion Lavina Hamilton, b. Sept. 4, 1887; gradu- 
ated from Greely Institute, Cumberland Center, Me., 
1903; teaching at Falmouth, Me.; entered Bates Col- 
lege, 1906. 
(9) Fi-eda Maude Hamilton, b. Oct. 29, 1890; Portland 

(Me.) High School, 1904. 
(9) Gladys Pinkham Hamilton, b. Oct. 3, 1898. 
(9) Philip Haskell Hamilton, b. Aug. 7, 1901. 
(8) Susan Ellen Pinkham, b. Falmouth, Me., Aug. 24, 
1863; resides Portland, Me.; graduated from Greely 
Institute, Cumberland Center, Me.; resided Falmouth, 
Me., 1863-69; Cumberland, Me., 1869-1886; Portland, 
1886-1888; Freeport, Me., 1888-1891; Portland, 1891- 
1900, Lynn, Mass., 1900-1906; since then in Portland, 
Me.; m., March 24, 1886, Charles Skillings Wilson, b. 



108 PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 

New Portland, Me., March 10, 1864; graduated at Greely 
Institute, Cumberland Center, Me.; coal merchant; son 
of John Wilson and Rosa Y. Skillings. 
(8) Georgianna Pinkham, b. Oct. 4, 1866; d. Nov. 2, 1892. 
(7) Capt. Jacou Bailey Pinkham, b. July 5, 1823; d. May 
23, 1902, (78y., 10m., 12d.); sketch in Zion's Herald, 
Boston, Mass. : "For 30 years Captain Pinkham was mas- 
of an East Indiamau. After a few years on land he 
commandetl another vessel in the same trade. He spent 
the remainder of his long life on the sea and was known 
as a careful and successful seaman. He accumulated a 
comfortable coippetency and built a very pretty residence 
overlooking the sea on Harpswell Neck. Captain Pink- 
ham early sought and found Christ and for nearly 50 
years was a consistent member of the M. E. Church. 
He loved the Loi'd and served the church of his choice 
with increasing interest as trustee, steward and Sunday 
School superintendent. Up to the very last his thoughts 
were of the church. The writer visited, him frequently 
during his brief sickness and always found him cheerful, 
patient and trustful. He entered into his rest sur- 
rounded by his family and conscious to the last. He was 
a prominent citizen and will be missed by a large circle 
of friends." M., Dec. 19, 1853, Hannah Ann Bartlett, b. 
Phippsburg, Me., Nov. 14, 1828; d. Oct. 20, 1900. "A 
woman of fine Christian character and of sterling worth." 
(8) Capt. Jacob Seymour Pinkham, b. Sept. 15, 1855; 
moved from Harpswell, Me., to Westbrook, Me., 1905 ; 
a very successful captain; m., Dec. 23, 1887, Fannie 
Augusta Pennell, b. Brunswick, Me., Aug. 16, 1864; 
daughter of David Pennell and Ella S. Rogers. 
(9) Seymour Leroy Pinkham, b. July 15, 1889. 
(9) Nellie Frances Pinkham, b. Oct. 5, 1891. 
(9) Mabel Eva Pinkham, b. June 3, 1894. 
(9) Alice Mildred Pinkham, b. March 22, 1897. 
(9) Annie B. Pinkham, b. Nov. 7, 1899. 
(8) Ida F. Pinkham, b. March 29, 1857; d. April 3, 1877. 
(8) Jeremiah Bartlett Pinlvham, b. Oct. 3, 1859; d. July 
14, 1887 ; m.. October, 1884, Mary Jeannette Curtis, b. 
Harpswell, Me., Jan. 4, 18G3 ; d. Jan. 3, 1891; daughter 
of John J. Curtis and Mercy Jane Stover. 
(9) Jennie Mildred Pinkham, b. June 6, 1886. 
(8) Wm. Farrington Pinkham, b. Aug. 1, 1851; d. May 25, 
1896; m., Dec. 25, 1886, Carrie Augusta Riggs; who re- 
sides 151 Nichols St., Lewiston, Me. 
(9) Florence Ida Pinkham, b. July 21, 1888. 
(9) Lloyd Francis Pinkham, b. Oct. 28, 1891. 
(9) Elsie Margaret Pinkham, b. Sept. 5, 1893. 
(9) William Dwight Pinkham, b. Aug. 19, 1895. 
(8) Howard Chester Pinkham, b. Oct. 13, 1863; resides 
West Harpswell, Me.; farmer; m. on Chebeague Island, 
Me., b. Rev. W. B. Eldridge, May 14, 1905, Gertrude 
Adella Eldridge, b. China, Me., Sept. 1, 1887; daughter 
of Rev. Wm. B. Eldridge and Mary E. Weeks. 



PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 109 

(9) Lester Howard Pinkham, h. Aug. 18, 1907. 
(8) Infant, b. Aug. 13, 1868; d. Aug. 13, 1865. 

(8) Capt. Orville Sawyer Pinkham. b. Harpswell. Me., 
Dec. 13, 1866 ; resides South Harpswell, Me. ; studied 
in Freeport (Me.) High School and at Kent's Hill, Me.; 
has been a successful captain for 14 years, sailing to 
West Indian ports. Windward Islands and to South 
American and Gulf ports; m.. May 14, 1872, Helen 
Maria Savage, b. Woolwich, Me., Jan. 8, 1872; studied 
in Portland, Me., schools; daughter of Silas L. Savage 
and Anne B. Kemp. 

(9) Willard Bartlett Pinkham, b. July 12, 1893. 
(9) Bernard Orville Pinkham, b. May 4, 1895. 
(7) Jane Pinkham, b. Feb. 5, 1826; d. Falmouth, Me., Jan. 
16, 1903. She was a very successful school teacher at 
Bailey's Island, Me.; m., Jan. 7, 1855, Ralph Sinnett, b. 
Bailey's Island, Me., Dec. 26, 1818; d. Falmouth, Me., 
Sept. 24, 1891 ; a very successful store keeper at Bailey's 
Island and Falmouth, Me.; son of Capt. James Sinnett 
and Mary Johnson. 

(7) Almira Pinkham, b. May 5, 1828; taught three schools 
in Harpswell, Me.; resides Sebasco, Me.; m., Oct. 12, 
1858, Jeremiah Bartlett, b. Phippsburg, Me., Sept. 2o! 
1819; d. April 24, 1888; merchant and farmer; son of 
Ballard Bartlett and Ann Ellen Rogers. 

(8) Jacob Pinkham Bartlett, b. Dec. 10, 1859; d. Jan. 12, 
1894; mariner; m., Oct. 3, 1884, Nellie P. Harrington, b. 
Harpswell, Me., Oct. 13, 1865; daughter of David H. 
Harrington and Evelyn Gahan. 

(9) Lulu Belle Bartlett, b. Oct. 31, 1885; m., March 9 
1906, Wm. B. Smith of Portland, Me. 

(8) Jennie Sinnett Bartlett, b. Jan. 26, 1862; resides 
Phippsburg, Me.; m., Aug. 4, 1881, Capt. Henry W. 
Butler, b. Sept. 13, 1858; son of Rufus Butler and Susan 
Parker Dully. 

(8) Thomas Hogan Bartlett, b. April 24, 1864; mariner; 

resides Phippsburg, Me.; m. (first), Jan. 1, 1891, 

Frankie A. McKenney, b. April 1, 1866; d. Dec. 16, 1891; 

daughter of Frank McKenney and Ann Mary Bartlett; 

m. (second), May 29, 1893, Margaret E. Rogers, b. Feb. 

15, 1876; daughter of William Rogers. 
(9) Earle Frederic Bartlett, b. March 4, 1894. 
(9) Angeline Maria Bartlett, b. June 30, 1897. 
(9) Doris Estelle Bartlett. 
(8") Elijah Bartlett, b. Feb. 10, 1867; resides Phippsburg, 

Me., farmer and merchant; m. Jennie A. Coffin, b. March 

28, 1882; daughter of Alexander John Coffin and Hannah 

Elizabeth Wallace. 

(9) Genevieve Bartlett b. July 8, 1899. 
(9) Mabel Pinkham Bartlett, b. June 24, 1900. 

(9) Evelyn Almira Bartlett. b. Aug. 22, 1902. 
(9) Etta Frances Bartlett, b. April 28, 1904. 

(8) Angelia Bartlett, b. March 6, 1869; resides Pensacola, 



110 PINKHAM GENEALOGY, 

Fla. ; m., Nov. 20, 1887, Capt. John Dana Eastman, b. 
March 28, 1860. 

( 9 ) Bernard Dana Eastman, b. January, 1889 ; d. Nov. 
16, 1889. 
(8) William Bartlett, b. April 15, 1872; d. Dec. 13, 1891. 
(8) Ada Bartlett, b. Dec. 12, 1874; m.. May 22, 1895, 
William James York, b. March 15, 1869 ; mariner; sou 
of AVilliam York and Mary Libbey. 
(9) Wesley Bartlett York, b. Nov. 12, 1897. 
(9) Dana William York, b. July 20, 1899. 
(9) Genevieve Almira York, b. October, 1902. 
(7) Capt. Elijah Jackson Pinkham, b. Harpswell, Me., Nov. 
19, 1830; has resided at 12 Saunders St., Woodfords, 
Me., for several years ; he began going to sea in 1848, 
and was captain for 20 years ; some of the vessels in 
which he sailed being the Texas, Orinda, Georgie Deer- 
ing, Albion Lincoln, Uattie E. Wheeler, Henry P. Lord, 
Sarah Frazier, Genevieve Tucker and Albert W. Smith, 
sailing to many ports; m., June 13, 1860, Sarah Jane 
Turner, b. Mlllbridge, Me., Feb. 14, 1840; daughter of 
Solon Turner. 

(8) Mabel Pinlvham, b. Sept. 3, 1861; d. March 6, 1876. 
(8) Bertha Pinkham, b. May 6, 1879; graduated from the 
public schools of Deering, Me., and from the Massa- 
chusetts College of Pharmacy, May 20, 1902 ; resides 
at home. 
(8) Amy Woodworth Pinkham, b. Jan. 26, 1885; studied 
in Deering, Me., public schools and in Westbrook (Me.) 
Seminary; at home. 
(7) Susan Martha Pinkham, b. Nov. 19, 1833; d. Oct. 18, 
1860; unm. 



CHAPTER TWO. 

(5) Andrew Pinkliam, b. Dover, N. H., Aug. 18, 1746; d. Dur- 
ham, Me., Dec. 13, 1805. Moved to Harpswell, Me., with his 
parents; May 5, 1777, bought lots 7 and 8 in Durham, Me., of 
Joseph Woodworth, who had purchased them of Isaac Royall. 
He also took a deed from Daniel Harper, attorney for the heirs 
of Royal, June 28, 1796. Miss Narcissa Pinkham, Hacker Box, 
Brunswick, Me., has one of these old papers. Andrew Pink- 
ham ni., Sept. 26, 1773, Rachel Jones, b. Feb. 2, 1754; d. May 
13, 1840; daughter of Lemuel Jones, son of Thomas Jones, b. 
Hanover, Mass., July 30, 1730; m., 1751, Waite Estes, daughter 
of Edward Bates and Patience Carr of Hanover, Mass.; they 
had 12 children, b. at Harpswell, Me., and the 2nd child was 
the above Rachel Jones, who m. Andrew Pinkham. 

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(6) Child d. in infancy. 
(6) Mercy Pinkham, b. Nov. 29, 1774; d. Feb. 29, 1856; blind 

for many years; unmarried. 
(6) Phoebe Pinkham, b. Sept. 21, 1776; m. Samuel Reals of 
Durham, Me., who d. Jan. 23, 1865; lived St. Albans, Me. "No 
children that grew up." 
(6) Sarah Pinkham, b. Sept. 24, 1778, d. July 24, 1797. "M. 
Micajah Meader and moved to Vassalboro, Me." 

(6) Nicholas Pinkham, b. Feb. 18, 1781; d. June 8, 1847 (66). 
He moved to Litchfield, Me., about 1804 and ever after lived on 
Litchfield Neck. When he died five of his sons were married 
and lived on farms adjoining his. Four of these sons lived 
and died where they thus made their homes. This was a 
strong old Quaker family; the parents and their children mem- 
bers. "Nicholas Pinkham, Timothy Bailey & Elijah Goddard 
also moved to Litchfield, Me., with Andrew Pinkham." An- 
drew Pinkham m. Alice Parker of Litchfield, Me., b. July 10, 
1785; d. April 8, 1866; daughter of Joseph Parker and Abigail 
Page; Alice Parker was of the 5th generation from James 
Parker and Elizabeth Long. 

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(7) Hannah Pinkham, b. July 10, 1806; d. Feb. 18, 1883; unm. 
(7) Andrew Pinkham, b. July 12, 1809; d. March 9, 1884; 
farmer; after his marriage he resided for a few years at 
Winthrop, Me., and then moved back to Litchfield. He and 
his wife were faithful members of the Friends' Church. M. 
in Litchfield, Me., Nov. 24, 1831, Miriam Wadsworth, b. Feb. 
1, 1811; d. Fairfield, Me., July 28, 1892; daughter of Moses 

Wadsworth and Hannah . 

(8) Eunice Wadsworth Pinkham, b. Dec. 4, 1832; d. Dec. 6, 
1900; resided Larone, Fairfield, Me.; m., March 3, 1853, 
Moses Winslow, b. June 3, 1826, in W. Gardiner, Me.; d. 



112 PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 

Jan 25, 1875; tanner and farmer; sou of Daniel Winslow 
and Irene. 
(9) Charles Edwin Winslow, b. Fairfield, Me., Oct. 31, 1854; 

d. Winthrop, Me., Aug. 27, 1875. 
(9) Wm. Henry Winslow, b. Fairfield, Me., June 10, 1856; 
resides Revere, Mass., 1907; graduated Brown University 
1880; has lived Adams, Mass., West Orange, N. J., Bath, 
Me., Revere, Mass. Supt. of schools, Bath, Me., 5iyl. years; 
supt. of Revere (Mass.) schools 5% years; principal of the 
high schools at Adams, Mass., and West Orange, N. J. M., 
(first), Oct. 16, 1880, Estelle Elizabeth Fiske, b. Providence, 
R. I.; studied in Providence (R. I.) schools; d. Jan. 17, 
1899; daughter of Arnold Fiske and Mary E. Smith; m. 
(second), October 15, 1899, Susan Leah Brooks, b. in Nova 
Scotia. Nov. 25, 1876; studied in Bath (Me.) public schools; 
daughter of Edgar Brooks; no children of this 2nd marriage. 
(10) Leon Arnold Winslow, b. Feb. 17, 1883; resides Revere, 

Mass; Brown University graduate; bookkeeper. 
(10) Blanche Annette Winslow, b. May 24, 1884; teacher at 

Revere, Mass. 
(10) M. Pearl Winslow, b. Feb. 28, 1886; resides Revere, 
Mass.; stenographer in Boston, Mass.; graduated from 
Chelsea (Mass.) High School and Lynn (Mass.) Business 
College. 
(lO)Lorrimer Alton Winslow, b. July 27, 1894; studying in 
Revere (Mass.) High School. 
(9) Lucy Annette Winslow, b. Aug. 25, 1866; m., Aug. 8, 1891, 
George Paddock, a farmer of Fairfield, Me.; resides Skow- 
hegan. Me. 

(10) Winona Paddock, b. Feb. 13, 1894. 
(10) Royal Winslow Paddock, b. July 3, 1895. 
(9) Martha Lizzie AVinslow, b. Fairfield. Me., Nov. 15. 1868; 
resides Waterville, Me.; m., March 14, 1894, George Alfred 
Kidder, b. Boston, Mass., Sept. 13, 1872; merchant; son of 

Alfred Kidder and Ethel . 

(10) Helen Gertrude Kidder, b. March 20, 1895. 
(10) Martha Lucille Kidder, b. July 11, 1897. 
(8)' William Andrew Pinkham, b. Jan. 12, 1834; d. Jan., 1890; 
m. (first), Lena Littlefield; m. (second), Lucille Collins; m. 
(third), Rena Ferguson. 
(9) Two daughters. 

(8) Daniel Wadsworth Pinkham, b. April 16, 1836; d. Jan. 30, 
1892; farmer; m., in Lewiston, Me., Oct. 4, 1890, Abbie J. 
Wadsworth, daughter of Daniel Wadsworth and Margaret 
Frost Goodwin; lived Washington and Winthrop, Me. 
(9) An only child. 
(8) Nancy Maria Pinkham, b. West Gardiner, Me., March 18, 
1839; resides St. Albans, Me.; member of Friends' Church; 
m. in Hallowell, Me., Aug. 7, 1859, Wm. P. Winslow, b. Fair- 
field, Me., Jan. 20, 1836; Providence, R. I., schools; farmer; 
son of Daniel Winslow and Irene Reiggs. 
(9) Martha Emma Winslow, b. Fairfield, Me., April 5, 1862; 
resides Hermet, Cal.; Friends' School, Providence, R. I., 
1880; m. in Lewiston, Me., March 27, 1887, Eugene Leroy 



PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 113 

Weymouth, b. Blanchard, Me., March 27, 1887; farmer; son 
of Elbridge Godfrey Weymouth. 
(10) Wm. Henry Weymouth, b. Aug. 22, 1888. 
(10) Elmer Ellsworth Weymouth, b. Dec. 7, 1889; d. Jan. 

20, 1904. 
(10) Elbridge Everett Weymouth, b. Sept. 25, 1891. 
(10) Eva May Everett Wevmouth, b. April 30, 1893. 
(10) Chester Arthur Weymouth, b. Sept. 30, 1895. 
(10) Ralph Stanley Weymouth, b. Aug. 20, 1902. 
(10) Lee Winslow Weymouth, b. April 19, 1905. 
(9) Maria A. Winslow, b. Fairfield, Me., Sept. 16, 1865; re- 
sides St. Albans, Me.; m. in St. Albans, May 15, 1889, Wil- 
bur J. Tracy, b. Jan. 28, 1862; farmer. 
(10) Chas. Ripley Tracey, b. March 16, 1890. 
(10) Alton Wm. Tracey, b. Nov. 19, 1891. 
(10) Edna Winslow Tracey, b. Dec. 31, 1897. 
(9) Rosa Winslow, b. St. Albans, Me., May 9, 1867; resides 
Lisbon Falls, Me.; graduated from Farmington (Me.) Nor- 
mal School, June, 1888; m., Nov. 10, 1893, Ulysses Grant 
Harding, b. Sept. 11, 1866; graduated from Freedom (Me.) 
Academy, 1886; merchant for five years; son of Marcellus 
A. Harding and Sarah Small. 
(10) Florence Mary Harding, b. St. Albans, Me., April 14, 

1897. 
(10) Mabel Harding, b. St. Albans, Me., Nov. 23, 1899. 
(10) Rosobel Winslow Harding, b. Lisbon Falls, Me., July 
4, 1907. 
(8) Olney Thompson Pinkham, b. Aug. 13, 1842; d. Jan. 28, 

1892; farmer at West Gardiner, Me. 
(8) Thomas Albion Pinkham, b. Dec. 16., 1844; d. July 12, 
1904; trader at Winthrop, Me.; m. in Clinton, Me., Nov. 25, 
1865, Austria Bosworth, who died in 1903. 
(9) James Pinkham; resides Winthrop, Me. 
(8) Moses Wadsworth Pinkham, b. April 18, 1852; d. May 28, 
1897; lived West Gardiner, Me.; m., Sept. 2, 1873, Esther 
Means. 

(9) Grace Pinkham, b. 1874. 
(9) Nellie Pinkham, b. 1876. 
(9) Etta Pinkham, b. 1879. 

4: :): ^ 4: He 

(7) Lemuel Pinkham, b. March 1, 1811; d. Nov. 19, 1891; re- 
sided W. Gardiner, Me.; farmer; faithful member of the 
Friends' Church; m., Dec. 15, 1839, Asenath Nason, b. Poland, 
Me., Nov. 10, 1810; d. Sept. 20, 1891 (74-5); daughter of Wm. 
Nason and Aurilla Leach. 

(8) Alice Jane Pinkham, b. Oct. 27, 1840; d. Oct. 1, 1901; 
resided in Auburn, Me., for some years; m. at W. Gardiner, 
Me., Oct. 20, 1867, Orrin Buckley Merrow, b. June 21, 1845; 
d. June 14, 1898; enlisted from Auburn, Me., in Capt. But- 
ler's Co. A, 29th Me. Regiment, and stayed in the army until 
the close of the Civil War. 

(9) Edward Little Merrow, b. Feb. 28, 1868; of the firm 
Merrow Bros. & Co., Auburn, Me.; m. in Auburn, Me., Dec. 
24, 1898, by Rev. David Burr, Neva B. Jellison. 

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114 PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 

(10) Florabel Merrow, b. April 3, 1900. 
(9) Angle Estelle Bradford Merrow, h. Wlnthrop, Me., Jan. 
2, 1870; deceased; resided 23 Harward St., Auburn, Me.; 
graduated from Edward Little High School, Auburn, Me.; 
m., In Auburn, Me., by Rev. G. G. Powers, Jan. 1, 1890, John 
Hamilton Harradou, b. Turner, Me.. Nov. 1, 1864 ; for 
some years he was a fine workman as laster in a shoe shop; 
for some time he has driven a public carriage in Auburn, 
Me.; son of Shepherd Weston Harradon and Mary 
Macomber. 

(10) Divine Elton Harradon, b. Auburn, Me., April 18, 1891. 
(10) Merle Shepherd Harradon, b. Feb. 28, 1894. 
(9) Wallace Woodman Merrow, b. Auburn, Me., Aug. 29, 
1871; resides New Auburn, Me.; graduated from the com- 
mon schools 1889; since Aug. 1, 1898, has been a member 
of the firm Merrow Bros. & Co.; m., in Auburn, Me., July 
2, 1900, Ada Marr Ross, b. Auburn, Me., March 27, 1872"; 
graduated from Edward Little High School, Auburn, Me., 
1890; daughter of Reuben Ross and Elzada Bean of Au- 
burn, Me. 

(10) Geraldine Alice Merrow, b. May 2, 1903. 
(10) Lawrence Ross Merrow, b. June 22, 1904. 
(9) Grace May Merrow, b. Aug. 5, 1873; resides Davis Ave., 
Auburn, Me.; Sept. 5, 1897, m. Nahum Polk Morrill of 
Auburn, Me., b. Cambridge, Me., Dec. 30, 1861; son of 
David Morrill and Ellen Larrabee; Cambridge (Me.) 
schools; farmer. 

(10) Hazel Rosetta Morrill, b. April 9, 1898. 
(10) Harold Wallace Morrill, b. April 3, 1900. 
(9) Leonai-a Alice Merrow, b. Aug. 21, 1878; resides Dan- 
ville Junction; m. Mr. Dunbar. 
(10) Helen Dunbar. 
(9) Omar Bond Merrow, b. Auburn, Me., April 2, 1880; 
schools at Littlefield's Corner; business course in Lewis- 
ton (Me.) Business College, graduating April 2, 1898; 
farmer; unm. 
(8) Sanford L. Pinkham, b. March 6, 1843; d. in army in 
Civil War, June 8, 1863; enlisted Sept. 15, 1862, with 9 
months' men; left Augusta, Me., Oct. 29, 1862; killed at 
Bonnet Carre, La.; farmer; unm. 
(8) Almon Nicholas Pinkham, b. Dec. 22, 1846; d. May 13, 

1877; unm. 
(8) Mary Ellen Pinkham, b. Litchfield, Me., Jan. 3, 1849; 
in Natick, Mass., 20 years; resides 22 Park Ave., Natick, 
Mass.; studied in the W. Gardiner (Me.) schools; lived in 
Cochituate, Mass., .5 years; m. (first), Oct. 6, 1869, George 
Washington Hutchinson, b. Manchester, Me., Sept. 20, 1843; 
d. Nov. 28, 1869; farmer; son of Andrew Hutchinson and 
; m. (second), June 21, 1888, Joel Francis Lin- 
coln, b. Natick, Mass., December 17, 1848; studied in Natick, 

schools; shoemaker; son of Joel A. Lincoln and 

Chamberlain. 
(8) Everett Newton Pinkham, b. April 9, 1852; studied in W. 
Gardiner (Me.) Academy; farmer. Route No. 1, Guilford, 



PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 115 

Me.; m., Sept. 30, 1872, Lizzie Hannah Woodbury; studied 
in W. Gardiner (Me.) Academy; daughter of Henry Wood- 
bury and Sarah French; b. W. Gardiner, Me., July 9, 1852; 
d. July 21, 1899. 

(9) Roscoe Everett Pinkham, b. Oct. 1, 1875; studied in 
Litchfield (Me.) schools; farmer; resides S. Framingham, 
Mass. 
(9) Henry Liston Pinkham, b. Sept. 12, 1878; studied in 
Litchfield (Me.) schools; resides Cambridge, Mass.; elec- 
tric motorman; m., Sept. 12, 1901, Neva M. Ham. 
(8) Clara Hannah Pinkham, b. Jan. 22, 1855; studied in W. 
Gardiner (Me.) schools and Hallowell (Me.) Classical In- 
stitute; m., Oct. 22, 1879, George D. Haven, real estate 
agent; resides 181 Washington St., Somerville, Mass. 
(8) John Pinkham, b. W. Gardiner, Me., Aug. 17, 1859; re- 
sides Monmouth, Me.; studied in W. Gardiner schools, Litch- 
field High School, Dirigo Business College, Augusta, Me.; 
taught school at W. Gardiner, Me. 1878-79-80; member of 
the school committee 1884; of the board of selectmen, 1887- 
88-89-90; member of the schdol committee 1891-1901; mem- 
ber of Republican Convention 1898-1901; master of Cob- 
bosoconte Grange several years; agent of that grange store 
several years; superintendent of the Friends' Sunday school, 
W. Gardiner, Me., 12 years; is now superintendent of M. E. 
Sunday school, Monmouth, Me.; he was a farmer on the old 
W. Gardiner (Me.) homestead until the buildings were 
burned Nov. 10, 1898; he moved to Monmouth, Me., May 
1, 1901, and is mail carrier; m., Sept. 11, 1883, Lettice 
Thompson, b. Athens, Me., May 8, 1857; studied in the 
schools of Athens and Readfield, Me.; daughter of James 
Thompson and Mehitable Bunker. 

(9) Ethel Marie Pinkham, b. W. Gardiner, Me., Jan 6, 1885; 
graduated from Monmouth (Me.) Academy and from Bliss 
College, Lewiston, Me. 
(9) Percy John Pinkham, b. Oct. 28, 1892; studied in schools 

of W. Gardiner and Monmouth, Me. 
(8) Frank M. Pinkham, b. Jan. 11, 1863; d. Jan. 15, 1865. 

Hi H^ ^ ^ ^ 

(7) Israel Pinkham, b. Dec. 27, 1813; d. Sept. 30, 1880; re- 
sided at W. Gardiner, Me.; farmer on a part of the old Pink- 
ham homestead; m. Almira Merrill of Gardiner, Me. 
(8) Nahum Merrill Pinkham, b. April 2, 1837; resides Litch- 
field, Me.; m. (first), Dec. 12, 1871, Lucy Winter, b. Hallo- 
well, Me., Sept. 6, 1845; d. Nov. 4, 1878; m. (second), Mrs. 
Mary (Prescott) Hodgdon, b. Monmouth, Me., June 21, 1842. 
(8) Patience Ellen Pinkham, b. Jan. 26, 1839; d. early in 
life at W. Gardiner, Me.; m., 1861, Dr. Charles Elliott Pink- 
ham, b. Brunswick, Me., Sept. 18, 1839; d. June 30, 1901; a 
very successful physician at San Francisco, Cal.; a brave 
soldier in the Civil War. 
(9) Nellie Pinkham, died in infancy. 
(8) Samuel Merrill Pinkham, b. July 11, 1847; d. 1893; har- 
ness maker at W. Gardiner, Me.; m. (first), Lydia Ann 
Pease, b. Monmouth, Me.; daughter of Shepherd Pease and 



116 PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 

Dianna Plummer; m. (second), Feb. 9, 1895, Jennie L. 

Thompson of W. Gardmer, Me., who removed to Rock Ave., 

Lynn, Mass., in 1894. 

(9) Myrtle Clara Pinkham, b. July 11, 1880. 

* * * * * 

(7) Thomas Jones Pinkham, b. Litchfield, Me., July 5, 1816; 
d. Feb. 12, 1893; studied in Litchfield (Me.) schools and in 
Friends' School, Providence, R. I.; lived in Litchfield and 
Belgrade, Me.; m. (first), Nov. 5, 1840, Sarah W. Stuart, b. 
Feb. 12, 1820; d. July 10, 1846; daughter of Samuel Stuart of 
Belgrade, Me., and Miriam Greely; m. (second), Dec. 20, 1846, 
Widow Betsy (Rollins) Yeaton, b. Belgrade, Me., Feb. 12, 
1814; d. Oct. 27. 1888. (She m. (first) Isaac Yeaton.) She 
studied in Belgrade (Me.) schools and in Titcomb Academy; 
daughter of Shadrack Rollins and Ruth Boutelle of Belgrade, 
Me. 

Child of first marriage: 
(8) Joseph Stuart Pinkham, b. May 9, 1843; resides Westport, 
Ct.; gardening; m., Sept. 10, 1868, Georgianna Taylor of 
Massachusetts. 
(9) Stuart Rollins Pinkham. 
(10) Hattie Randall Pinkham. 

Child of second marriage: 
(8) Charles Thomas Pinkham, b. Belgrade, Me., May 20, 1852; 
resides on the old Belgrade farm, where he was born; m., 
Jan. 1, 1877, Martha Alice Taylor, b. Sidney, Me., Aug. 4; 
1859; studied in Belgrade (Me.) schools and Oakland (Me.) 
High School ; daughter of Geo. Taylor and Mary A. Wel- 
come; no children. 

***** 
(7) Rachel Jones Pinkham, b. June 10, 1819; d. Clinton, Me., 
Feb. 14, 1881; faithful member of Friends' Church; m., March 
4, 1840, Richard Hopkins, b. in England, July 7, 1812; d. in 
Clinton, Me., June 19, 1892; son of Wm. Hopkins and Mary; 
farmer; these parents came to America when the son, Rich- 
ard, was but 4 years old, and when his brother, Wm. Hop- 
kins, was but 2 years old. (This Wm. Hopkins m. Emma 
Jane Clough.) 

(8) Wm. Henry Hopkins, b. Nov. 22, 1840; resides Canaan, 
Me.; studied in the district school; farmer; m., Jan. 3, 1864, 
Esther Ann Bean, b. Hartland, Me., Oct. 16, 1845; d. Canaan, 
Me., Feb. 1, 1890; studied in disti'ict schools; daughter of 
Eben Bean and Esther Richardson. 
(9) Eben Augustus Hopkins, b. Hartland, Me., Dec. 5, 1864; 

m. Edna P. Chapman; resides Gardiner, Me.; no children. 
(9) George Edwin Hopkins, b. Hartland, Me., Sept. 12, 1869; 
resides Georgetown, Mass.; m., June 3, 1895, Elizabeth Ten- 
ney Dummer, b. Haverhill, Mass., Jan. 17, 1870; daughter 
of Samuel Sewall Dummer and Martha Ann of Reading, 
Mass. 
(10) Helen Sewall Hopkins, b. Haverhill, Mass., May 5, 

1896; d. Georgetown, Mass., Oct. 22, 1896. 
(10) Edwin Dummer Hopkins, b. April 25, 1898. 
(10) Alice Edith Hopkins, o. Sept. 28, 1899. 



PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 117 

(10) Howard Sewall Hopkins, b. Aug. 26, 1902. 
(9) Martha Ella Hopkins, b. Oct. 27, 1874; resides Canaan, 
Me.; m., June 22, 1898, Rupert Irving Davis. 
(10) Verna Effie Davis, b. June 29, 1899. 
(10) Edna Elizabeth Davis, b. May 26, 1901. 
(10) Arthur Irving Davis, b. June 27, 1905. 
(8) Martha Ann Hopkins, b. Feb. 2, 1843; resides Canaan, 
Me.; studied in the district schools of Canaan, Me., and in 
Benton, (Me.) Academy; m., March 12, 1864, Fifield Mitchell, 
b. Hartland, Me., Aug. 20, 1839; studied in district schools 
and Hartland (Me.) Academy; farmer; son of David 
Mitchell and Eliza Jewett. 

(9) Sherman Richard Mitchell, b. Nov. 30, 1864; resides 
590 North Los Roblas Ave., Pasadena, Cal. ; moved to that 
place Nov. 1, 1887; conductor on electric cars; studied in 
Canaan (Me.) district schools and- in business college, Au- 
gusta, Me.; m. (first), Feb; 14, 1888, Lillian Ann Bunker, b. 
St. John, N. B., Nov. 1, 1866; deceased; daughter of Hor- 
ace Bunker and Louisa Augusta Darron; m. (second), Aug. 

12, 1905, Minnie Estelle Punnett of Rochester, N. Y. 
Children of the first marriage. 
(10) Lawson Darron Pinkham Mithchell, b. June 2, 1895. 
(10) Twins, Margaret Lillian and Richard Mitchell, b. Sept. 
19, 1897. 

Child of the second marriage: 
(10) Harriet Mitchell, b. Sept. 10, 1907. 
(9) Wilbur Fred Mitchell, b. Dec. 28, 1866; resides Fair- 
field, Me.; has lived in Brunswick, Bath and Farmington, 
Me.; in the former place he was assistant superintendent 
of an electric road; now has charge of the shipping de- 
partment of a woolen mill; m., Dec. 24, 1887, Alta Eva Gif- 
ford, b. West Pittsfield, Me., July 1, 1868; daughter of 
Charles Jefferson Gifford, and Mary Ann Osborne. 
(lOj Ray Sherman Mitchell, b. Oct. 3, 1888; graduated from 

Fairfield (Me.) High School. 
(10) Ivan Wilbur Mitchell, b. July 20, 1899. 
(9) Geo. Edwin Mitchell, b. Nov. 8, 1868; d. Nov. 29, 1868. 
(8) Thomas P. Hopkins, b. July 31, 1844; d. Feb. 27, 1886; 

unm. 
(8) Sarah Frances Hopkins, b. May 23, 1851; d. April 17, 1870; 
m., June 24, 1867, Joseph Francis Libby; resided Fairfield, 
Me.; no children. 

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(7) Noah Pinkham, b. April 9, 1820; d. Winthrop Center, Me., 
March 3, 1901; faithful member of the Friends' Church; lived 
in Litchfield, Me., several years and then moved to Winthrop, 
Me. He was a blacksmith, but he also carried on the good 
farm which he owned; m., Oct. 28, 1847, Eunice Briggs Farr, 
b. May 28, 1826; resides Winthrop Center, Me.; daughter of 
Noah Farr and Abigail Haskell. 
(8) Allen Wing Pinkham, b. Litchfield, Me., Feb. 14, 1849; 

farmer at Vassalboro, Me.; m., Sept. 1, 1879, Lettice J. — 

b. Plattskill, N. Y., June 14, 1849. 
(9) Emma Mabel Pinkham, b. April 1, 1881; d. April 27, 1882. 



118 PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 

(9) Edith Gertrude Pinkham, b. July 14, 1884. 
(9) Charles Melviu Pinkham, b. March 10, 1887. 

(8) Ada Christina Pinkham, b. Litchfield, Me., May 19, 1853; 
dressmaker at Wiuthrop Center, Me. 

(8) Herbert Elwood Pinkham, b. W. Gardiner, Me., Sept. 30, 
1863; resides Quincy, Mass.; grocery store; m., in Winthrop, 
Me., May 22, 1889, S. Lillian Remick, b. Aug. 11, 1868; daugh- 
ter of Charles Remick and Sarah of Winthrop, Me. 

(8) Phoebe Ella Pinkham, b. Winthrop, Me., Nov. 8, 1866; re- 
sides at home. 



(7) Phoebe B. Pinkham, b. Nov. 22, 1824; d. March 13, 1842; 
unm. 



(7) Jeremiah Hacker Pinkham, b. May 22, 1828; d. July 8. 1893 ; 
m. Nancy Yeatou; no children. 

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(7) Charles Vaughn Pinkham, b. June 9, 1832; d. Chesterville, 
Me., June 25, 1885; moved to Chesterville, Me., spring of 1854; 
he was a fine teacher in Hartland, W. Gardiner and Chester- 
ville, Me.; served on the school board 5 years; supervisor of 
schools 1872-73; selectman 1865-79; representative to Maine 
legislature 1875; was master of the Pomona Grange 1874-85; 
m., April 23, 1854, Eliza Ann Nason of Chesterville, Me., b. 
Minot, Me.. July 3. 1833 ; daughter of Wm. T. Nason of Po- 
land, Me., b. Nov. 10, 1810, and Aurilla Leach, b. Minot, Me., 
June 8, 1809; d. Feb. 2, 1892 (81). 

(8) Jessie M. Pinkham, b. Feb. 3, 1855; d. Chesterville, Me., 
Sept. 26, 1885; m., Dec. 1, 1874, John C. Downs; farmer; re- 
sided in Chesterville, Me., after marriage. 
(9) Harry A. Downs, b. Sept. 10, 1876; resides Saranac Lake, 
N. Y.; farmer, then a carriage maker until a few years 
ago; then had a meat market; m., June 11, 1898, Inez May 
Farmer; no children. 
(9) Emma Laura Downs, b. Dec. 1, 1878; resides Niagara 
Falls, N. Y.; m., Jan. 10, 1895, Charles James Arkland, b. 
Rochester, N. Y., Sept. 2, 1866; he runs a paper machine; 

son of John B. Arkland and Mahala . 

(10) Harrie Milton Arkland, b. April 23, 1896. 

(10) Mattie Gertrude Arkland, b. Niagara Falls, N. Y., June 

27, 1898. 
(10) Leonard Arkland, b. Feb. 12, 1904. 
(9) Ellen M. Downs, b. Jan. 7, 1880; resides Saranac Lake, 
N. Y.; m., Nov. 23, 1896, Benjamin Duffy, b. Bangor Depot, 
N. Y., Nov. 8, 1875; has a meat and fish market. 
(10) Barnard Arthur Duffy, b. Saranac Lake, N. Y., Oct. 

23, 1898. 
(10) Mary Alice Duffy, b. Saranac Lake, N. Y., July 26, 1900. 
(10) Benjamin Raymond Duffy, b. Saranac Lake, N. Y., Nov. 

9, 1901. 
(10) Theresa Duffy, b. Saranac Lake, Dec. 30, 1903. 
(10) Eliza Duffy, b. Aug., 1905. 



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(8) C. Arthur Piiikham, b. Chesterville, Me., Nov. 13, 1858; 
resides Farmington, Me.; attended common schools of Ches- 
terville and Wilton Academy; dealer in carriages, sleighs, 
etc.; m., Sept. 17, 1885, Esther Allen Lovejoy, b. Farming- 
ton, Me., March 25, 1862; attended common schools of Ches- 
terville and Farmington, Me.; a very successful teacher; 
daughter of Joseph Keith Lovejoy and Ellen C. Woodworth. 

(9) Charles Joseph Pinkham, b. Aug. 15, 1886; attended 
Farmington, Me., schools; resides Farmington, Me. 

(9) Robert Arthur Pinkham, b. Nov. 16, 1890; studied in 
Farmington, Me., schools. 

(9) Jessie Maria Pinkham, b. April 18, 1893. 

(6) Mary Pinkham, b. April 24, 1783; d. June 9, 1827; unm. 

(6) Esther Pinkham, b. March 11, 1785; d. Sidney, Me., July 16, 
1846; m., Feb. 22, 1809, Adam Wing, b. Sandwich, Mass., April 
7, 1771; d. Sept. 15, 1857; moved with his parents to Sidney, 

Me., May, 1800; son of Benjamin Wing and Peace ; the 

father d. at Sidney, Me., Nov., 1818. 

(7) Sarah Wing, b. Oct. 24, 1809; m., Feb., 1831, Stephen Al- 
len. 
(8) Charles Allen, lives at Vassalboro, Me. 

(7) Phoebe Wing, b. March 14, 1811; m. James Pope, a farmer 
of Vassalboro, Me., b. Sidney, Me.; no children. 

(7) Zaccheus Wing, b. March 23, 1813; d. in Illinois, Jan. 25, 

1871; farmer; m., Oct., 1841, Mary Rogers of Augusta, Me., 

b. Jan. 25, 1818; daughter of James Rogers and Sarah Kee. 

(8) James H. Wing, b. June 20, 1842; d. Nov. 14, 1894; moved 

to Illinois, 1862; to Kansas, 1879; farmer and stock raiser; 

m., Nov. 19, 1868, Sarah Brown, b. Pickering, Ontario, Oct. 

15, 1841; d. March 16, 1893; daughter of Sylvanus Brown 

and Pamelia Keese. 

(9) Marilla Wing, b. Sept. 25, 1869; resides Carwood, Kansas; 
m., April 6, 1892, Fred R. Haneywell, b. Biddeford, Eng., 
Aug. 26, 1856; farming and stock raising. 

(10) Harvey Haneywell, b. Jan. 31, 1893. 

(10) Samuel Willett Haneywell, b. June 26, 1894. 
(10) Charles Henry Haneywell, b. Jan. 2, 1896. 
(10) Jam^s Wing Haneywell, b. Aug. 17, 1897. 

(9) Oscar Wing, b. June, 1871; d. in infancy. 

(9) Bertie Wing, b. Sept. 11, 1875; d. in infancy. 

(9) Augustine Jones Wing, b. Aug. 17, 1876; resides Kep- 

ple, Kan.; stock i-aising; m., Jan. 3, 1900, Lorena Birden- 

stine, b. Foraker, Ohio, Nov. 17, 1879. 
(9) Carrie Phoebe Wing, b. Sept. 13, 1877; resides near 

Licot, Wichita Co., Kan.; m., Sept. 13, 1898, Will Burr, b. 

Botpelean, Ind., July 30, 1865; farmer and blacksmith. 

(10) George Joseph Burr, b. Sept. 13, 1899. 



120 PINKHAM GENEALOGY, 

(9) Samuel Willard Wing, b. near Council Grove, Kan., Sept. 
10, 1880; resides Licot, Kau. 

(9) Susan W. Wing. 

(9) Delia P. Wing, b. July 4, 1886. 
(8) Esther M. Wing, b. Feb., 1, 1844; resides West Sidney, 
Me.; m., Sept. 20, 1867, Howard B. Wyman, b. Dec. 16, 1844; 

farmer. 

(9) Mabel N. Wyman, b. Jan. 30, 1871. 

(9) Albert Earl Wyman, b. March 23, 1875. 
(8) Charles B. Wing, b. Oct. 10, 1846; d. May 1, 1866 (19y.). 
(8) Ruth Ellen Wing, b. Oct. 28, 1850; resides Carpenteria, 

Cal.; m. Dr. Robert Couch. 

(9) Two children; d. in infancy. 
(8) Stephen Franklin Wing, b. Sept. 13, 1852; farmer in 

Omega, Iroquois, III.; m.; no children. 

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(7) Paul Wing, b. Sidney, Me., Oct. 24, 1817; resides Fairfield, 
Me.; R. F. D., No. 3, Skowhegau, Me.; studied in Providence, 
R. I.; farmer; m., June 24, 1847, Hannah Buffum, b. Berwick, 
Me., June 17, 1817; attended common schools; daughter of 
Isaac Buffum and Sarah Nichols of Berwick, Me. 
(8) George Buffum Wing, b. April 18, 1848; studied in Oak 
Grove Seminary, Vassalboro, Me.; farmer with his father; 
m., June 8, 1900, Maria Louisa Emerson, b. Jackson, Me., 
Aug. 14, 1849; attended common schools; daughter of Amasa 
S. Emerson and Louisa Maria Green; no children. 
(8) Phoebe Wing, b. Nov. 23, 1851; Box 71, Oakland, Me.; 
studied at Kent's Hill and in the Friends' School, Provi- 
dence, R. I.; m., April 4, 1885, Ambrose Sawtelle, b. Sid- 
ney, Me., June 11, 1853; son of Luther Sawtelle, b. Aug. 7, 
1800, and Vesta Howard, b. April 27, 1802. 
(9) Cora Ethel Sawtelle, b. June 26, 1892; d. June 20, 1904. 
(9). Donald Wing Sawtelle, b. Dec. 28, 1898. 
(8) Edward Wing, b. June 17, 1853; resides Oakland, Me.; 
studied at Kent's Hill, Me., and at Augusta (Me.) Business 
College; a noble member of the Friends' Church; carriage 
builder and repairer; m.. May 1, 1883, Alice Taylor Dudley, 
b. Sidney, Me., April 1, 1859; daughter of Benjamin Dudley. 

(6) John Pinkham, b. March 15, 1787; d. May 10, 1865; farmer; 

blind for many years, and at last wandered into the woods 

and died; m. Hannah Hill; no children. 

***** 
(6) Andrew Pinkham, b. June 20, 1790; d. March 21, 1821; 

farmer; unm. 

***** 
(6) Lemuel Pinkham, b. June 7, 1795; d. July 10, 1865; farmer; 

m. (first), Nov. 28, 1819, Thankful Bailey, b. Harpswell, Me., 

Feb. 29, 1795; d. July 1, 1845; m. (second), Jan. 21, 1847, 

Eunice Libby of Pownal, Me. 

Children of first marriage: 

(7) Andrew Pinkham, b. March 7, 1822; d. March 28, 1845. 
(7) Rachel Pinkham, b. Dec. 6, 1824; d. 1830. 



PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 121 

(7) Alonzo Pinkham, b. Sept. 19, 1831; d. Dec. 16, 1852. He 
early learned the shoemaker's trade. He successfully taught 
a few terms of school. He was sturdily jBtting himself for 
college at the time of his death. 

(7) Marcial Pinkham, b. April 21, 1833; d. in youth. 

Child of second marriage: 

(7) Narcissa S. Pinkham, b. Oct. 5, 1847. She resides in Dur- 
ham, Me., on the farm which her grandfather, Andrew Pink- 
ham, purchased. Her mother with her. 



CHAPTER THREE. 

SARAH PINKHAM OF HABPSWEIX, ME., AND HER DESCENDANTS. 

(5) Sarah Pinkham, b. 1751; d. May 21, 1835 (84y.); m., June 
8, 1775, Capt. William Haskell, b. Harpswell, Me., June 8, 1751; 
d. West Gardiner, Me., Aug. 8, 1830; son of William Haskell 
and Ruth Bennett of Gloucester, Mass. He was of the sixth 
generation from the Haskell ancestor in America. Capt. Wil- 
liam Haskell is said to have lived at Ash Cove, Harpswell 
Neck, Me., for some years, where, it is said, his children were 
born; he then moved to Durham, Me., and then to West Gardi- 
ner, Me., which was then a part of Litchfield, Me. Many of the 
family are buried in the Friends' Cemetery at West Gardi- 
ner, Me. 

***** 

(6) Abigail Haskell, b. May 5, 1777; d. Oct. 8, 1848; m., Nov. 
5, 1797, Noah Farr, son of Thomas Farr, b. Harpswell, Me., 
Aug. 8, 1775; d. Dec. 22, 1849. These parents and their chil- 
dren were very faithful members of the Friends' Church; 
resided Freeport, Litchfield and Gardiner, Me. 
(7) William Farr, b. Nov. 7, 1797; d. Feb. 10, 1880; m. (first), 
Eunice Briggs; m. (second), Eunice Wardsworth. 
(8) Christina Farr; m. George Hamblin; no children. 
(8) Eunice Briggs Farr; m. Noah Pinkham; lived Winthrop, 
Me. (See records under Noah Pinkham.) 

Children of second marriage: 

(8) Moses W. Farr; resides Hallowell, Me.; m. Lucinda W. 
Cram. 

(9) Only son. Rev. Frederick W. Farr, pastor of the Beth- 
lehem Baptist Church, Philadelphia, Pa.; m. Susie Agnes 
Coltman. 
(8) Lydia Ann Farr; m. George H. Gifford of W. Gardiner, 
Me. 

(9) Four children. 

(8) Wm. H. Farr; resides Augusta, Me.; m. Rebecca J. Getch- 
ell. 

(9) Edwin T. Farr. 
(8) Elijah Farr; resides W. Gardiner, Me.; m. Carrie Wilson. 
. (8) Daniel Farr, b. 1842; d. 1853. 

(8) Sybil M. Farr, b. 1849; d. 1878; m. Edwin Hamblin. 
(7) Isaac Farr, b. 1800; d. 1803. 
(7) Rozilla Farr, b. 1802; d. 1804. 
(7) Elijah Farr, b. 1805; d. 1839; m. Ruth Sampson. 
(8) Loring; (8) Earl, deceased; (8) Hannah; (8) Maria; 
(8) Leander. 
(7) Thomas Farr, b. 1806; d. 1866; farmer at Manchester, Me.; 
m. Rhoda Dow. 

(8) Linden, deceased; (8) Mary Ellen, deceased; (8) Cyn- 
thia; m. 



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(7) Noah Farr, Jr., b. 1808; d. 1875; farmer at West Gardiner, 
Me.; m. Eliza B. Meader, b. 1814; d. 1863. 
(8) Rev. Phoebe Meader Farr, b. 1837; a very successful 
Friends' minister at Augusta, Me.; m. Franklin Wadsworth. 
(9) Florence Eliza Wadsworth; m. Erastus B. Delano. 
(9) Wendell F. Wadsworth; m. Carrie Mclntire. 
(10) Philip Shirley Wadsworth. 
(9) Jennie Meader Wadsworth; m. John G. Groton. 
(8) Valentine Meader Farr, b. 1840; d. 1885; resided Oska- 
loosa, la.; m. Martha S. Hiatt. 

(9) Wm. N. Farr; (9) Charles L.; (9) John M.; (9) Henry 
Valentine. 
(8) Gilbert Lotey Farr, b. 1843; Friends' minister in Ja- 
maica; m. (first), Clara C. Bridgman; m. (second), Mary 
F. Thorndike; m. (third), Annie McPherson. 
(9) Philip W. Farr; (9) Helen M.; (9) Wm. H.; (9) Law- 
rence M. 
(9) Carey Swift Farr. 
(8) Huldah Elizabeth Farr, b. 1845; resides Amesbury, Mass. ; 
m. Charles H. Jones. 
(9) Hattie Elizabeth Jones; (9) Charles C; (9) Alice W.; 

(9) George L.; (9) Mary Eliza; (9) Beulah M. 
(8) Abigail Farr, b. 1848; m. Fernando G. Cartland of Port- 
land, Me. 
(9) Alfred Lindley Cartland; m. Jennie Mae Shaeffer. 

(10) Alice Farr Cartland; (10) Edith H. 
(9) Ethel F. Cartland; m. Edwin R. Pease. 
(9) Francis M. Cartland; (9) Elijah W.; (9) Jennie B.; 
(9) Marietta; (9) Irene Mabel. 
(8) Lindley Henry Farr, b. Dec. 18, 1853; m. Addle E. Saw- 
yer. 

(9) Edna M.; (9) Carroll W. 
(7) Lydia Farr, b. Jan. 9, 1811; d. Sept., 1853; m. Proctor 
Sampson. 

(8) William F. Sampson; (8) Alfred W.; (8) Lucy J.; (8) 
Edgar S.; (8) Abbie; (8) Joseph G. 
(7) Cynthia Farr, b. April 24, 1813; d. March 25, 1863; m. 

Levi Jones. 
(7) Isaac Farr, b. Sept. 17, 1815; d. June 24, 1885; farmer at 
W. Gardiner, Me.; m. Cynthia Hawkes, b. Aug. 12, 1821. 
(8) Mary Elma Farr, b. 1843; m. Joseph T. Richardson. 
(9) Lena M. Richardson. 
(9) Ida M., m. Elbridge W. Packard. 
(8) George ^H. Farr, b. May 30, 1847; m. Eliza E. Taylor. 
(9) Fordyce C. Farr; m. Nellie C. Dunham. 
(7) Sarah Farr, b. Oct. 22, 1818; d. April 4, 1861; m. Valentine 
Meader. 

(8) Abbie Meader. 
(7) Abigail Farr, b. March 15, 1820; d. Nov. 19, 1889; m. Isaiah 

G. Worth. 
(7) Henry Farr, b. March 27, 1822; d. Aug. 15, 1852; m. Han- 
nah M. Jones. 
(7) George Farr, b. Feb. 11, 1825; drowned May 22, 1840. 



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(Full records iu Farr Genealogy, b. Rev. C. N. Sinnett.) 

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(G) Sarah Haskell, b. Nov. 3, 1778; d. St. Albans, Me., Nov. 11, 
1838; m. Daniel Goodwin, b. Oct. 26, 1779; d. Corinth, Me., 
May 30, 1861; son of Samuel Goodwin and Sarah Elizabeth 
Libby. 

(7) Margaret Frost Groodwin, b. Freeport, Me., Oct., 1801; d. 
May 13, 1889; m. Daniel Wadsworth, b. May 15, 1799; d. 
Dee. 30, 1888. 

(8) Emily N. Wadsworth; m. (first), Jehu Harlan in Illinois; 
m. (second), William M. Corzine. Of the first marriage (9) 
four children and (10) six gi-audchildreu. Of the second 
marriage (9) one child and (10) three grandchildren. 
(8) Moses Goodwin Wadsworth; m. (first), Elizabeth Frances 
Wheeler; m. (second), Elizabeth Day. 
(9) Twelve children and (10) thirteen grandchildren. 
(8) Harriet C. Wadsworth; (8) Edward K.; (8) Sarah An- 
nette Wad.sworth; m. John Williams. 
(8) Abby Josephine Wadsworth; m. (first) Daniel Wads- 
worth Pinkham; m. (second) Geoi'ge C. Wooster. 
(8) Hannah Stevens Wadsworth; d. in infancv. 
(7) Betsy Libby Goodwin, b. May 27, 1803; d. July 23, 1851; 
m. William Johnson, b. 1803; d. 1872. 

(8) Adaline M. Johnson; rci. Mr. Scott; (9) ten children. 
(8) Miranda C. Johnson; m. John Christianson; (8) six chil- 
dren. 
(8) Prosper M. Johnson; (8) William; deceased; (8) Sum- 
ner; deceased. 
(7) Phoebe Haskell Goodwin, b. June 19, 1805; d. Oct. 13, 1892; 
m. (first) Benjamin Cram; m. (second) Otis Foster, Jr.; 
farmer at Auburn, 111. 
Children of first marriage: 

(8) Phoebe Jane Cram; m. Samuel Peebles. 
(9) Seven children. 

Children of second marriage: 

(8) Seven; (9) nine grandchildren. 
(7) William H. Goodwin, b. Litchfield, Me., Feb. 13, 1807; d. 
St. Albans, Me., March 12, 1885; m. Hannah Russell, b. 1809; 
d. 1885. 

(8) Sarah E. Goodwin; m. (first), William Bigelow; m. 
(second), John S. Parker. 
(9) Ten children; (10) eighteen grandchildren. 
(8) William H. (Joodwin, resides St. Albans, Me.; m. Betsey 
E. Church. 

(9) Five children; (10) three grandchildren. 
(8) George W. Goodwin, b. 1838; d. 1862; brave soldier in 

Civil War. 
(8) Daniel A. Goodwin; resides Waterville, Me.; m. Mary K. 
Hatfield; brave soldier in the Civil War. 
(9) Two children; (10) one gi-andchild. 
(8) Emeline Goodwin, b. 1844; d. 1878; m. Richard L. Parker. 

(9) Gertrude May Parker; m. William Selkins; (10) son. 
(8) Aurilla Goodwin; d. in infancy. 



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(7) Samuel Fogg Goodwin, b. July 22, 1809; d. June 20, 1891; 
m. Caroline E. Walsh. 
(8) Six children. 
(7) Matilda S. Goodwin, b. July 25, 1812; m. Heman Clark, 
b. China, Me. 

(8) Samuel G. Clark; m. Sarah E. Plummer. 
(9) Eva E. Clark; m. Orion T. Mason. 
(10) Orion A. Mason. 
(8) Mary L. Clark; m. Whitefield Stickney; (9) three chil- 
dren; (10) one grandchild. 
(8) Charles Clark, m. Marietta Aldrich; (9) four children; 

(10) two grandchildren. 
(8) Elizabeth Ann Clark; m. Henry B. Folley. 
(9) Fred Folley. 
(8) Reuben Clark; m. Almeda Lewis; (9) two children. 
(8) Eunice G. Clark; m. Charles Hodgdon. 
(8) Obed Clark; d. young. 
(8) Matilda E. Clark; d. young. 

(8) Sumner H. Clark; m. Harriet A. Stearns; (9) two chil- 
dren. 
(8) Caroline F. Clark; m. Henry C. Kilgore. 
(9) Leon Kilgore. 
(7) Sarah Haskell Goodwin, b. Hallowell, Me., Oct. 30, 1814; 
d. Nov. 30, 1863; m. Benjamin D. Evans, b. China, Me., May 
21, 1815. 

(8) Daniel H. Evans; d. in infancy. 
(8) Elizabeth A. Evans, b. 1839; d. 1863; m. Peter Leavitt; 

(9) three children. 
(8) Harriet E. W. Evans; m. Jewell J. Russell; (9) six chil- 
dren; (10) twelve grandchildren. 
(8) Cynthia M. Evans; m. Joseph Prince; (9) three chil- 
dren; (10) six grandchildren. 
(8) Asenath C. P. Evans; m. Elijah G. Green. 
(8) Leander H. Evans; soldier in Civil War. 
(8) Albert E. Evans; d. in infancy. 
(8) Alfred Evans; d. in infancy. 
(8) Hiram L. Evans; d. in infancy. 
(8) Perceval B. Evans; m. Sarah Clark. 

(8) Charles W. Evans (name changed to Dow); m. Sarah F. 
Staples of Deer Isle, Me.; (9) seven children. 
(7) John C. Goodwin, b. April 14, 1818; d. St. Albans, Me., Dec. 
26, 1876; m. Philena Russell. 

(8) Phcebe Goodwin; m. George Martin; (9) two children. 
(8) John D. Goodwin; m. Rebecca Osborne. 
(8) Caroliile Goodwin; m. Herbert Cyphers. 
(8) Charles Goodwin; deceased; m. Myrtie Turner. 
(8) George F. Goodwin; m. Mary Murray; (9) three children. 
(7) Mary S. Goodwin, b. Sept. 15, 1821; d. in childhood. 

:)c Hi Hi ^ ^ 

(6) Betsy Haskell, b. ct. 2, 1780; d. Jan. 26, 1864; m. Timothy 
Bailey. (See records under Timothy Bailey.) 

(6) Phoebe Haskell, b. July 18, 1785; d. St. Albans, Me., Feb. 



126 PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 

8, 1851; m. Daniel Magoon, b. June 11, 1783; d. Oct. 17, 1860; 
farmer. 

(7) Abigail Magoon, b. 1805; d. 1844; m. William Gray. 
(7) Woodman Magoon, b. 1806; d. 1855; m. 
(7) Sally Magoon, b. 1808; d. 1849; m. John Gray. 
(8) Woodman Gray; (9) George Gray; (10) four children. 
(8) Charles Gray; m. Mary Coffin. 

(8) Phoebe Gray; m. Alvah Bailey; (9) six children. 
(8) Myra Gray, b. 1839; d. 1867; m. Henry Bailey; (9) four 

children; (10) five grandchildren. 
(8) Eliza Gray; unm. 
(8) Sarah Elizabeth Gray; m. Augustus F. Morse of Gardiner, 

Me.; (9) six children. 
(7) Charles V. Magoon, b. Aug. 19, 1810; d. Sept. 9, 1879; m. 
(first), Martha Jones; m. (second), Esther Woodbury, b. Dec. 
3, 1812; d. 1884. 
Children of first marriage: 

(8) Charles H. Magoon; d. young. 

(8) William Magoon; m. Cora V. Randolph. 

(8) Ephraim J. Magoon; m.; served in Civil War. 

(8) Lindley H. Magoon; m. Lizzie Bates; (9) six children. 

(8) Martha Bailey Magoon; m. Mark Osborne. 

(9) Mabel Magoon. 
(8) Moses B. Magoon; m. Esther Woodbury. 
(8) Daniel B. Magoon; d. young. 

(8) Mary W. Magoon; m. Charles Bickford; (9) three chil- 
dren. 
(7) Syrena Magoon, b. March 28, 1812; d. Sept. 16, 1865; m. 
Moses Fairbrother, b. Vassalboro, Me., 1804; d. May 2, 1871. 
(8) Daniel Fairbrother; d. young. 
(8) Margaret A. Fairbrother; d. 5'oung. 
(8) Moses A. Fairbrother; d. young. 
(8) Phoebe Fairbrother; d. young. 

(8) Margaret Ann Fairbrother; m. Adam James Sangster. 
(8) Phoebe Catherine Fairbrother; d. young. 
(7) Phoebe Magoon, b. Jan. 11, 1814; d. Feb. 15, 1892; m. Eben- 
ezer Bailey; m. (second), Noah Pinkham; no children. 
Child of first marriage: 

(8) Sophronia M. Bailey. 
(7) Elizabeth W. Magoon, b. Feb. 29, 1816; d. April 2, 1896; m. 
John Dow, b. China, Me., June 8, 1814; d. May 22, 1899. 
(8) Marcellus J. Dow; lecturer and organizer of Good Tem- 
plar lodges; resides Brooks, Me.; m. Abbie B. Lane. 
(9) Grace E. Dow. 
(9) Alice L. Dow. 
(8) Henry C. Dow, b. 1847; d. 1864. 

(8) Mary E. Dow; m. Albert Joseph Robertson; resides New- 
ton Center, Mass. 
(9) Burton Henry Dow; (9) Francis William Dow. 

* iti * * * 

(6) Susannah Haskell, b. 1787; d. Feb. 17, 1866; m. Charles 
Crosby. 

(7) William Crosby; m. Sarah Dinsmore. 
(7) Eunice; m. Samuel Horn. 



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(7) Julia Crosby; m. Cyrus Foster. 

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(6) Mary Haskell, b. Sept. 19, 1790; d. Sept. 30, 1880; m. Isaiah 
Clough, b. Durham, Me., Jan. 7, 1789; d. Sept. 12, 1863; son 
of Samuel Clough. 

(7) Ira Clough, b. Aug. 28, 1811; d. June 6, 1886; farmer at 
Litchfield, Me.; m. (first), Mary Jane Vining; m. (second), 
Caroline French. 

(8) Emily J. Clough, b. 1837; d. 1846. 
(8) Harrison T. Clough; m. Maria Campbell. 
(8) Delia T. Clough; unm. 
(8) Charles O. Clough; m. Annie Lombard. 
(8) Emily Augusta Clough, b. 1849; d. 1870. 
(8) Herbert Clough; m. (first), Mary Sandford; m. (second), 
Eva Wadsworth; resides Winthrop Center, Me. 
(7) Susannah Clough, b. Aug. 22, 1813; d. Aug. 23, 1821. 
(7) Cordelia Clough, b. Feb. 4, 1816; d. July 5, 1886; m. Rev. 

Samuel Hathorne. 
(7) Tobias Clark Clough, b. June 27, 1818; d. Oct. 9, 1845. 
(7) Charles Clough, b. Oct. 16, 1820; m. Vesta A. Dyer. 
(7) Rufus Clough, b. Nov. 10, 1822; m. Frances B. Blanchard. 
(7) Marinda Clough, b. May 17, 1825; d. Monmouth, Me., Sept. 

12, 1890; m. Leander Trask. 
(7) Alpheus Clough, b. Sept. 28, 1827; d. Oct. 6, 1853. 
(7) Greenleaf H. Clough, b. July 16, 1829; d. Oct. 4, 1850. 
(7) Emma Jane Clough, b. May 23, 1831; m. Oct. 28, 1855, Ben- 
jamin Hopkins, b. Hallo well. Me., June 1, 1830; farmer,. W. 
Gardiner, Me. 
(8) William A. Hopkins, b. March 23, 1858; m. Ella F. Smith; 

(9) Six children. 
(8) Leslie E. Hopkins, b. Jan. 25, 1862; farmer at West Gar- 
diner, Me.; m. Lura F. Hight. 
(9) Wallace E. Hopkins. 
(8) Adelbert Hopkins, b. Feb. 4, 1865; resides Nashua, N. H.; 

m. Annie Moody. 
(8) Mary E. Hopkins, b. Dec. 12, 1868; resides West Gardiner, 

Me., m. Adelbert S. Goodwin; (9) three children. 
(7) Orrin S. Clough, b. 1833; d. 1845. 

(7) Sarah Matilda Clough, b. June 28, 1835; m. Artis L. King. 
(8) Ulysses Lincoln King, b. 1867; d. 1869. 
(8) Rose Adelia King, b. Oct. 18, 1870. 

(6) Katherine Haskell, b. 1792; d. West Gardiner, Me., Oct. 21, 
1863; m. Aaron Haskell, who came from Gloucester, Mass., to 
West Gardiner, Me. 

(6) Patience Haskell, b. July 24, 1801; d. Oct. 17, 1843; unm. 



CHAPTER FOUR. 

KlATHEBINE PiNKHAM AND HeB DESCENDANTS. 

(5) Katherine Pinkham, b. May 4, 1753; m. at Harpswell, Me., 
Jan. 8, 1775, Timothy Bailey, Jr., who may have died early in 
1810. Soon after marriage this family moved to Durham, Me. 
He was the son of Deacon Timothy Bailey, for whom Bailey's 
Island, Harpswell, Me., was named, and was of the fifth gen- 
eration from the ancestor Thomas Bailey. 

(For fuller records of the Bailey ancestors, and the descend- 
ants of Timothy Bailey, Jr., see the Baileys of Harspwell, Me., 
by Rev. C. N. Sinnett.) 

* if * * it 

(6) Ebenezer Bailey, b. Aug. 11, 1779; killed by a falling tree, 
March 3, 1824; farmer at Litchfield, Me.; m., Sept. 11, 1800, 
Tabitha Clough, b. Jan. 21, 1781; d. Dec. 14, 1864. 
(7) Amos Bailey, b. Nov. 11, 1801; d. Dec, 1882; farmer at 
W. Gardiner, Me.; soldier in Nineteenth Maine Regiment in 
Civil War; m., March 2, 1826, Nicey Estes, b. May 11, 1806; 
d. Feb., 1873; daughter of Israel Estes. 
(8) James F. Bailey; m. Anna French; lived Boston, Mass. 
(9) Lovisa Ann Bailey; m. A. L. Batch elder. 
(9) Charles Bailey. 

(8) Julia A. Bailey, b. July 6, 1831; d. 1900; m. Edward Dil- 
lingham of Sandwich, Mass. 

(9) Frank Amos; resided Salt Lake City, Utah; m. Mrs. 
Emily A. Roberts. 
(10) Lilly Mabel Dillingham. 
(9) Charlotte C. Dillingham. 
(9) Anne Nicey. 

(9) Edward Winfield; resides Navarino, Cal.; m. Harriet 
Eleanor Morin. 
(10) Three children. 
(9) Lottie E. Dillingham; m. John H. Beal of Augusta, Me. 
(10) Two children. 
(8) Charles H. Bailey, b. 1835; resides Winthrop Center, Me.; 
m. Helen Moore of Orono, Me. 

(9) George W. Bailey. Albert W. Simeon. Minnie. Ger- 
trude. Frank L. Irving D. Flora N. Maud. Lulu. 
(8) Israel Bailey, b. March 3. 1837; d. Oct. 19. 1838. 
(8) .John D. Bailey (adopted), b. April 28, 1838; m. Eliza 
Hawkins. • 

(9) Millard Bailey. John W. Roy W. 
(8) Jeremiah C. Bailey, b. Oct. 29, 1839; resides Dorchester, 

Mass. 
(8) George W. Bailey, b. Aug. 8, 1841; resides California; m. 

Annie Mcintosh. 
(8) Simeon Estes Bailey, b. Sept. 23, 1844; barber in Boston. 
(8) Amos Warren Bailey, b. Feb., 1848; d. Sept. 11, 1848. 
(8) Nicey Ellen Bailev, b. Feb.. 1848; d. Sept. 23. 1863. 



PINKHAM GENEALOGY, 129 

(7) Sarah Bailey, b. May 19, 1804; d. Jan., 1891; m.. May 10, 
1868, John Chesley, b. April, 1804; d. 1896; faithful church 
workers. 
(7) Comfort Bailey, b. Dec. 24, 1808; d. Worcester, Mass., April 
7, 1880; m., in Hallowell, Me., 1832, George W. Phelps, b. Hart- 
land, Me., May 11, 1811; d. Aug. 21, 1871; farmer. 
(8) Amial E. Phelps, b. Dec. 24, 1833; resides Worcester, 
Mass.; m. (first) Lydia A. Goddard of Brunswick, Me.; m. 
(second) Mary Douglass of Winslow, Me., b. 1833; daughter 
of Cornelius Douglass. 
* Children of the first marriage : 

(9) Emma J. Phelps, b. 1858; d. 1861. 

(9) Charles A. Phelps, b. 1862; resides Worcester, Mass.; 
m. Ida Etta Scholfield. 
(10) Two children. 
(9) Lilly F. Phelps, b. 1865; d. 1867. 
(8) John M. Phelps, b. 1836; d. 1856. 

(8) Charles W. Phelps, b. Hallowell, Me., April 15, 1838; m. 
Mary Phelps. 

(9) Daughter; m.; resides in Canada. 
(8) Wm. B. Phelps, b. Nov. 16, 1845; d. Oct. 25, 1866. 
(8) Rozilla E. Phelps, b. Feb. 9, 1847; d. Dec. 11, 1859. 
(8) Amos F. Phelps, b. Jan. 5, 1850; d. Feb. 7, 1854. 
(7) Amial Bailey, b. Dec. 14, 1811; d. Williamsburgh, Me., Aug. 
26, 1887 ; farmer ; m., 1837, Olive Leavitt Vining, b. Litchfield, 
Me., July 29, 1813; d. Nov. 7, 1900; a wonderful old lady. 
(8) Flora Naomi Bailey, b. April 4, 1838; d. Nov. 28, 1899. 
(8) Julia Crosly Bailey, b. April 29, 1840; d. July 11, 1896; m., 
in Farmington, Me., March 10, 1861, Almas Sylvanus But- 
terfield, for many years a very successful boot and shoe 
merchant in Farmington, Me.; afterwards trader and land- 
owner at Lewiston and Moscow, Idaho. 

(9) Fred Elmer Butterfield, b. Aug. 8, 1862; d. July 25, 1893. 
(9) Gertrude Elizabeth Butterfield, b. Farmington, Me., Feb. 
27, 1865; resides Moscow, Idaho; m., Dec. 17, 1892, at Knox- 
vllle, Tenn., Dr. T. Boyd McBryde, b. Pa., May 5, 1865; for 
some years professor in the dental department of East Tenn. 
Medical College; son of Archibald McBryde and Susan 



(8) Joseph Nevil Jean Paul Roche James Mertier Lafayette 
Bailey, b. Phippsbui-gh, Me., Feb. 28, 1845; resides Williams- 
burgh, Me.; a brave soldier in the Eleventh Maine Regiment 
in the Civil War. 
(8) Victoria Marcelia Bailey, b. May 6, 1848; d. April 9, 1853. 
(8) Addie Lizzie Bailey, b. Jan. 12, 1855; d. Sept. 17, 1868. 
(7) Nathan C. Bailey, b. July 2, 1817; d. Feb. 5, 1898; m.. May 
2, 1845, Lydia Douglass, b. Winslow, Me., Feb. 26, 1824; 
daughter of Cornelius Douglass. 

(8) Eben C. Bailey, b. March 17, 1850; farmer in China, Me.; 
m., 1875, Mary Helen Green, b. May 20, 1853; daughter of 
Charles Green. 

(9) Charles E. Bailey; m. Mabel Wiggins of Albion, Me. 
(9) Anna Mary Bailey, b. Dec. 25, 1881. 



130 PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 

(9) Blaine Bailey, b. April 13, 1883. 
(8) Anna P. Bailey, b. Dec. 13, 1852; resides Yarmouth, Me.; 
m., Oct. 19, 1887, John A. Partridge, b. Whitefield, Me., April 
1, 1865; groceryman ; son of Alonzo Partridge. 
(9) John R. Partridge, b. Sept. 4, 1888. 
(8) Jennie L. Bailey, b. June 8, 1855; resides East Pembroke, 
Mass.; m., Sept. 20, 1875, Albert B. Estes, b. Waterville, Me., 
Oct. 24, 1852; d. May 3, 1895; son of Robert Estes and Eliza 



(9) Anna Alberta Estes. (9) Arthur Garfield. (9) Jennie 
Mabel. (9) Lida Neal. (9) Harry Warren. 
(8) John Herbert Bailey, b. Nov. 30, 1857. 
(7) Naomi Bailey, b. Aug. 11, 1819; d. Oct. 23, 1874; m., Dec. 
24, 1834, David Bridges, b. Vassalboro, Me., Dec. 3, 1807; d. 
July 4, 1882; resided Winslow, Me.; then moved West. 
(8) Sarah M. Bridge.s, b. Jan. 16, 1836; d. July 13, 1849. 
(8) Julia A. Bridges, b. Feb. 11, 1838; d. Dec. 25, 1893; m. 
Martin Foss. 

(9) Child at Clinton, Me. 
(8) Nathan Bridges, b. Aug. 2, 1840; resides Oakland, Cal. 
(8) Naomi Bridges, b. Aug. 4. 1842; m. (first), John Warren 
Goddard, b. 1840; d. Aug. 28, 1862; farmer; m. (second), 
Dec. 3, 1873, John 0. Turner, b. St. Albans, Vt, July 7, 1828; 
d. May 13, 1886; teacher and traveling salesman; m. (third), 
Sept. 28, 1895, John G. Hight of Athens, Me. 

Children of the first marriage: 

(9) John Irving Goddard. b. Muscatine. la., July 31, 1862; 
proprietor of the Mountain Rest House, Mohonk Lalve, N. 
Y.; m.. May 18, 1887, Lena Sohler, b. Rochester, N. Y., June 
9, 1865. 
(10) Naomi. Eleanor. Rose E. Warren. John Sohler. 

Children of second marriage: 
(9) Annie L. Turner. 

(9) Pearl I. Turner; m. Harry Chase of Foxcroft, Me. 
(8) Rebecca W. Bridges, b. Oct. 8, 1845; resides Benton, Me.; 
m., 1865, Marshall Abbott; farmer. 

(9) Adelbert Anderson Abbott; dry goods dealer, Bridgton, 
Me.; m., Feb. 26, 1896, Maud May Wheeler, b. Winthrop, 
Me., May 11. 1875. 

(10) Pauline Wheeler Abbott b. Aug. 31. 1898. 
(9) Julius Lotton Abbott, b. Jan. 12, 1872. 
(9) Elmer M. Abbott, b. July 11, 1876. 
(9) Ellen M., b. July 11, 1876. 

(8) Thomas Bridges, b. July 8, 1849; resides Valley Springs, 
Mo. 
(7) Jeddediah H. Bailey, b. Feb. 25, 1822; farmer at Muscatine, 
la.; m., Dec. 29, 1853, Matilda W. Deane; daughter of Sam- 
uel Deane and Catherine Bailey. 
(8) Edna Maria Bailey, b. Oct. 8, 1854; resides Omaha, Neb.; 

Mrs. Johnston. 
(8) Charles H. Bailey, b. Jan. 20, 1858; machine agent, Kan- 
sas City. 



PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 131 

(8) George Henry Bailey, b. Dec. 1, 1860; resides Muscatine, 
la. ; m., Jan. 11, 1888, Minnie Louise Jepson, wlio d. Sept. 
26, 1898. 

(9) Edith Mina Bailey, b. April 11, 1889. 
(9) Mabel Georgia, b. April 31, 1892. 
(9) Frank Henry, b. Feb. 20, 1896. 
(8) Samuel Deane Bailey, b. June 24, 1863; resides Muscatine, 
la. ; m., Nov. 16, 1887, Ola Baker of Fredonia, la. 
(9) Reva Aura Bailey, b. Dec. 26, 1888. 
(9) Neva, b. Dec. 27, 1890; d. Feb. 15, 1891. 
(9) Gertrude Arvilla, b. Aug. 30, 1895. 
(8) Eva Matilda Bailey, b. Sept. 5, 1866; resides Muscatine, 
la. ; m., April 10, 1887, William Daniel Duncan. 
(9) Ella May Duncan, b. April 8, 1889. 
(9) Grace Deane, b. July 14, 1892. 
(9) Eugene Albion, b. June 3, 1896. 
(8) Eva Sarah Bailey, b. Sept. 23, 1872; d. July 23, 1875. 
***** 

(6) Timothy Bailey, b. March 1, 1777; d. Pownal, Me., July 7, 
1858; lived long at Litchfield Neck, Me.; m., Oct. 2, 1799, Betsy 
Haskell, b. Oct. 2, 1780 ; d. June 26, 1864 ; daughter of Capt. 
William Haskell and Sarah Pinkham. 

(7) Sarah Haskell Bailey, b. Dec. 10, 1800; d. Feb. 1, 1882; m., 
Sept. 22, 1825, Ephraim Wadsworth, b. March 16, 1801; d. 
July 18, 1865. 

(8) Julia A. Wadsworth, b. Jan. 18, 1826; resides Sprague's 

Mills, Me.; m.. May 8, 1856, Jonathan Estes, Jr., b. Nov. 2, 

1827; shoe manufacturer many years; now orchardist and 

gardener; son of Jonathan Estes and Mary Varney. 

(9) Mahlon Estes, b. June 10, 1858; m. (first), Lucy M. Slipp ; 

m. (second), 1889, Mary F. Smith; no children. 
(9) Melvin W. Estes, b. Nov. 27, 1859; d. May 13, 1860. 
(9) J. Stanley Estes, b. May 13, 1861; stenographer at Fort 

Fairfield, Me.; m., June 12, 1897, Kate Kearney. 
(9) Martha Frances Estes, b. July 7, 1862 ; d. July 8, 1862. 
(9) Frances Helen Estes, b. April 9, 1864; d. Aug. 15, 1890. 
(9) Wilbur Albert Estes. b. Feb. 22, 1869; missionary at Nan- 
kin, China; m., June 7, 1894, Julia F. Brown. 
(8) George Wadsworth, b. July 4, 1829; m., April 16, 1857, 
Sarah Gifford. 

(9) Mae Wadsworth, b. Oct. 19, 1860; stenographer. 
(9) Mattie Wadsworth, b. July 28, 1862. 

(9) Edward D. Wadsworth, b. March 28, 1864; lawyer, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 
(9) Rose W'adsworth, b. May 18, 1872; teacher. 
(9) Leroy S. Wadsworth, b. July 27, 1881; d. Sept. 2, 1888. 
(8) Frank Wadsworth, b. Litchfield, Me., May 2, 1831; resides 
Augusta, Me. ; m., Dec. 13, 1855, Rev. Phoebe Meader Farr, 
b. Litchfield, Me., May 12, 1837; she has long been a very 
successful preacher in the Friends' Church; daughter of 
Noah Farr, Jr., and Eliza B. Meader. 

(9) Florence Eliza Wadsworth, b. Aug. 12, 1856; m., Oct. 13, 
1875, Erastus Brooks Delano, b. May 4, 1853; resides Port- 
land, Me. 



132 PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 

(9) Wendell Franklin Wadsworth, b. Oct. 9, 1862; proprietor 
and superintendent of a lumber stock company, Portland, 
Me. ; m., June 5, 1889, Carrie Mclntire, b. May 24, 1862. 
(10) Philip Shirley Wadsworth, b. Oct. 9, 1899. 
(9) Jennie Meader Wadsworth, b. July 2, 1867; m., Nov. 25, 
1896, John I. Groton, b. May 24, 1859. 
(8) Martha Wadsworth, b. March 26, 1833; d. Dec. 20, 1859; 

m. James M. Buck. 
(8) Lizzie M. Wadsworth, b. Aug. 19, 1838; d. Aug. 20, 1893; 
m. James M. Buck. 

(9) Willard W. Buck, b. May 16, 1865; d. Oct. 15, 1865. 
(7) Isaac Bailey, b. Jan. 28, 1803; d. Oct. 24, 1863; farmer at 
Manchester, Me. ; m. Mary Ann Hawkes, b. March 13, 1811 ; 
d. Jan. 1, 1878. 

(8) Moses Alton Bailey, b. Aug. 25, 1832; d. May 1, 1885; car- 
riage manufacturer at Amesbury, Mass.; m. (first), Aug. 
18, 1860, Levesta Bailey; m. (second), March 23, 1876, Jen- 
nie Pratt, b. Feb. 11, 1848. 
Children of first marriage : 

(9) Anna Lovesta Bailey, b. 1864; d. 1893. (9) Lillian M. 
Bailey. 
(8) Sarah H. Bailey, b. Nov. 27, 1833; resides Winthrop, Me.; 
m., Dec. 13, 1855, Levi Richmond, b. Greene, Me., Feb. 20, 
1831; postmaster. 

(9) Bessie Lenora Richmond, b. June 26, 1857; m., 1878, Chas. 
A. Briggs, b. Feb. 23, 1855 ; engineer and foreman. 
(10) Alma Winfred Briggs. Melvyn Alton. Raymond Levi. 
(9) William Bailey Richmond, b. Aug. 10, 1862. 
(9) Elvira Richmond, b. 1866; d. 1869. 
(9) Joseph Albert Richmond, b. 1873; d. 1875. 
(8) William Bailey, b. Dec. 29, 1835; d. Feb. 14, 1863. 
(8) Hannah Bailey, b. March 7, .1838; d. Aug. 19, 1871; m., 
June 2, 1864, Mark Osborne, b. Weare, N. H., April 7, 1837; 
d. Nov. 4, 1895; farmer at Manchester, Me. 
(9) Linda Estelle Osborne, b. 1866; m., 1887, Harvey E. 
Bates, b. 1865. 

(10) Bernice Ethel Bates. Alma Pearl. Percy Harvey. 
(8) George Albert Bailey, b. March 9, 1840; d. May 31, 1868. 
(8) Annie Maria Bailey, b. Jan. 11, 1844; d. April 27, 1872. 
(8) Eliza Catherine Bailey, b. Nov. 18, 1854; d. 1858. 
(7) Ebenezer Bailey, b. Feb. 21, 1806; d. June 7, 1865; m., Dec. 
18, 1836, Phoebe H. Magoon, b. Jan. 11, 1814; d. Feb. 15, 1892. 
(8) Sophia Maria Bailey, b. 1837; d. 1843. 
(7) Catherine Bailey, b. July 7, 1810; d. Hallowell, Me., Oct. 
14, 1839; m. Samuel Deane, b. Greene, Me., July 23, 1803; d. 
Muscatine, la., Dec. 14, 1897. 

(8) George Eben Deane, b. April 4, 1823; resides Chicago, 111.; 
m. (first), 1854. Mary Angela Hardy, b. New Hampshire, 
Dec, 1834; d. Dec, 1863; m. (second), 1866, Anna Augusta 
Winters of Chicago, 111. 
Children of first marriage: 

(9) Cora Lillian Deane, b. 1858; m., 1882, David Henry Dean. 
(10) Robert Jay Dean. Warren. George Ernest. Grace F. 
(9) Angle Mabel Deane, b. 1861; d. 1881. 



PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 133 

Children of second marriage: 

(9) George Henrj^ Deane, b. 1867; d. 1869. 

(9) Frank Herbert Deane, b. 1869; m., 1898, Maria Haller. 

(10) Beth Alice Deane, b. Aug. 31, 1899. 
(9) Florence Ella Deane, b. 1871; d. 1898. 
(9) Grace Matilda Deane, b. 1872; m., 1893, Wallace D. Du- 

vier. 
(9) Arthur P. Deane, b. Jan. 28, 1875. 
(9) Ernest George-Deane, b. Feb. 27, 1880. 
(9) Alice Winters Deane, b. Aug. 7, 1882. 
(8) Matilda Winslow Deane, b. Feb. 24, 1834; m., June 29, 

1853, Jeddediah H. Bailey. (See records.) 
(8) Rose B. Deane, b. March 2, 1836; resides Muscatine, la.; 
m., Oct. 29, 1867, Achilles Corwin Drury, b. Rock Island, 
111.; d. March 6, 1885. 
(9) Louis Miles Drury, b. 1868; d. 1870. 
(9) Annie May Drury, b. Dec. 24, 1870; m., Jan. 19, 1892, 
Charles Henry Jepson, who d. 1897; teacher. 
(10) Florence Emma Jepson, b. 1893; d. 1894. 
(9) Stella Matilda Drury, b. March 21, 1873; resides Mus- 
catine, la.; m., 1891, Alfred Everett Hoffman. 
(10) Lillian Hoffman, b. Nov. 29, 1892. 
(10) Alfred Ernest Hoffman, b. March 30, 1899. 
(9) Emma Drury, b. Sept. 13, 1875; m., June 10, 1896, Wil- 
(10) William Vernon Cone, b. May 7, 1897. 
(10) Alfred Ernest Cone, b. Feb. 2, 1899. 
(9) Electa Dorothea Drury, b. Oct. 5, 1879; teacher. 
(8) Mary Frances Deane, b. Oct. 21, 1838; d. 1839. 
(7) William Haskell Bailey, b. Litchfield, Me., Feb. 5, 1813; d. 
May 28, 1903; m., Dec. 4, 1856, Mary Chadborne Nichols, 
North Berwick, Me., b. Feb. 2, 1831; d. Lewiston, Me., May 17, 
1885. This husband and wife were very devoted members of 
the Friends' Church. 

(8) Ellwood Samuel Bailey, b. April 5, 1859; d. March 30, 

1895; devoted member of the Friends' Church; m., Aug. 2, 

1884, Ella Lydia Cartland, b. June 4, 1863; resides Lisbon 

Falls, Me. 

(9) Arthur Cyrus Bailey, b. Dec. 18, 1886; resides Lisbon 

Falls, Me.; graduate of Bates College. 
(9) Jeannette Phoebe Bailey, b. May 19, 1890. 
(9) Mary Emma Bailey, b. June 7, 1894. 
(8) William Arthur Bailey, b. June 1, 1863; resides Bruns- 
wick, Me. ; m., Jan. 1, 1890, Olive Caroline Butler, b. West 
Gardiner, Me. 

(9) Adelbert Douglass Bailey, b. Oct. 21, 1893. 
(9) Evelyn Mara Bailey, b. July 4, 1895. 
(9) Mildred Vaughan Bailey, b. June 3. 1897. 
(9) Ruth Marion Bailey, b. Sept. 18, 1898. 
(9) William Haskell Bailey, b. May 3, 1901. 
(9) Mary Nichols Bailey, b. Oct. 12, 1903. 
(9) Martha Butler Bailey, b. Oct. 12, 1903. 
(8) Joseph Henry Bailey, b. July 23, 1865; d. May 15, 1895; 
m., Dec. 24, 1889, Jeannette Mcintosh, who d. June 20, 1892. 



134 PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 

(9) Mary Lizzie Bailey, b. Aug. 8, 1867; resides Lewiston, 
Me. 
(8) Alfred Cowin Bailey, b. Aug. 23, 1874; resides Auburn, 
Me. ; m., Dec. 5, 1895, Minuie Mabel Riley, b. Providence, 
R. I., Aug. 31, 1872. 

(9) Edna Myrtilla Bailey, b. Oct. 2, 1897. 
(8) Edith Maria Bailey, b. June 17, 1877; resides Lewiston, 
Me.; m., Jan. 12, 1901, Herbert Wilbur Wood, b. Kokoma, 
Ind., June 28, 1880 ; graduated from Bates College. 
(7) Eunice Bailey, b. Feb. 24, 1815; d. Jan. 7, 1865; num. 
(7) Alvah Bailey, b. June 12, 1820; deceased; m. Phoebe Gray; 
daughter of John Gray and Sally Magoon. 
(8) Several children and descendants. 
(7) Henry Bailey, b. July 5, 1823; d. Nov. 6, 1894; m., 1854, 
Elmira Gray, b. 1839; d. March, 1867. 

(8) Myra Etta Bailey, b. Waterville, Me., May 2, 1856; m., 
1885, Elbridge C. Richards, b. Brunswick, Me., March 29, 
1858 ; resides Augusta, Me. 
(8) Eunice Lizzie Bailey, b. June 2, 1864; m., Nov. 10, 1882, 
Charles Shorey, b. 1862; superintendent in the harness de- 
partment, Maine State Prison, Thomaston, Me. 
(9) Florence Ardell Shorey, b. March 29, 1884. 
(9) Nellie Myra Shorey, b. March 21, 1885; d. Aug. 28, 1888. 
(9) Elsie Eunice Shorey, b. Feb. 29, 1888; d. Aug. 28, 1888. 
(9) Henry Charles Shorey, b. June 17, 1890. 
(9) Lena Esther Shorey, b. July 16, 1891. 
(8) Florence Bailey; d. in infancy. (8) Harvey Bailey. 

if * * * * 

(6) Annie Bailey; m., Sept. 29, 1813, Samuel Ward of Durham, 
Me. 

* * * * if 

(6) Hannah Bailey, b. Jan. 28, 1782; d. Oct. 14, 1865; resided in 
Windham, Me., many years; m. Jeremiah Dolley, b. 1777; d. 
- June 3, 1863; farmer; a devoted Quaker family. 
(7) Catherine Dolley; unm. 
(7) Joseph Dolley; m. Esther Jones. 
(8) Deborah. Maria. Edward. Nathan D. Hannah. Mary 

Jane. 
(7) Patience Dolley; unm. 
(7) Timothy Dolley; unm. 
(7) Mary Dolley; m. Elbridge Sayward. 
(7) Lydia Dolley; d. young. 
(7) Jeremiah Dolley; m. Ann E. Douglass. 
(7) Emma Dolley; m. Jefferson Bailey. 
(7) Stephen Dolley; m. 
(7) John Dolley; m. Nancy B. Leavitt. 

(7) Ebenezer Dolley; m. (first), Mary M. Small; m. (second), 
Maria Duulop. 
(8) Children. 

***** 

(6) Amy Bailey, b. Aug. 5,' 1785 ; d. Brunswick. Me., Dec, 1869; 
m. Lemuel Ward, b. Aug. 3, 1794; d. June 5, 1864. 
(7) Hannah Ward, b. 1814. 
(7) Lebbeus Ward, b. 1816; d. 1882; m. Desire Libby. 



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135 



(8) Six children. 
(7) Cynthia Ward, b. Sept. 23. 1818. 
(7) Lydia Ward, b. March 28, 1823. 

(7) Mary Irene Ward, b. June 2, 1827; d. July 22, 1843. 
(7) Josiah Ward, b. April 19, 1830; m., 1856, Mary J. Thomp- 
son. 
(7) William F. Ward, b. May 16, 1834; m. Hannah M. Chase. 



CHAPTER FIVE. 

STEPHEN PIXKHAM AND HIS DESCENDANTS. 

(5) Stephen Pinkham. "Died before 1825." He lived in Harps- 
well, Me., for some time and then moved to Freeport, Me. ; m. 
in Harpswell, Me., Sept. 9, 1779, Abigail Webber, who survived 
her husband for several years; daughter of Waitstil Webber 
and Meribah Hutchins of York, Me., who moved to Harpswell, 
Me., at an early date in 1700. There were many faithful mem- 
bers of the Baptist Church in this family. 

(6) Huldah Pinkham, b. April 5, 1781; d. from consumption, 
April 23, 1803. 

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(6) Hanson Pinkham, b. Dec. 2, 1783; d. Rjchwood, Ontario, 
Canada, 1849. He was a ship carpenter in New Brunswick 
for some time; moved to Richwood, Ontario, in 1831; settled 
on a farm in Oxford County in what was then a wilderness. 
The farm has always been owned by the Pinkhams and is now 
in the possession of William Pinkham; m., March 24, 1811, 
Rachel Freelow Bishop Pickles, b. Norton, N. B., Jan. 6, 1796; 
d. April 7, 1878; daughter of Francis Pickles and Miss Dickie. 

***** 
(7) Cynthia Pinkham; d. about 1872; m. James Fritch ; no 
children. 

***** 

(7) Ebenezer Pinkham, b. Bangor, Me., Jan. 3, 1820; d. Boise, 
Idaho, May 18, 1894. "When he was about 14 years of age 
his parents moved to Canada, where he resided many years. 
In 1849 he went to the California gold fields, driving an ox 
team from the Missouri River. He was a merchant in Sac- 
ramento and San Francisco in those early days. About 1860 
he moved to the Rogue River Valley, Oregon, and lived there 
a few years as a successful farmer. When the Indian War 
broke out there he formed and equipped a company of sol- 
diers at his own cost and aided materially in suppressing 
this trouble with the savages. He established a mail route 
from Umatilla, Oregon, to Idaho. He moved to Boise, Idaho, 
where he engaged in the stage business and farming, and 
raised many fine blooded horses. For honesty, integrity and 
sterling manhood he ranked among the first of Idaho's noble 
pioneers. In 1869 he visited his old home in Canada. He 
m. there, April 5, 1869, Mrs. Mary R. Taylor, nee Mary Ra- 
chel Secord, b. Niagara, Can., July 12, 1834; she now resides 
at Boise, Idaho; daughter of Elijah Secord and Catherine 
Smith, who was a third cousin of John Quincy Adams ; she 
studied in the Church of England school at Niagara, Can. 
(8) Martha Jane Pinkham, b. Boise, Idaho, Jan. 20, 1870; 
graduated at Boise public schools, 1886, and at Taresa's 
Academy in 1889 ; has resided at Boise and Dewey, Idaho, 



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137 



and in Huntington, Ore.; resides 1315 North Eiglitli Street, 
Boise, Idaho; m., Nov. 13, 1899, Delagon Walter Armstrong, 
b. 1865, in Lynn County, Ore.; studied in the schools of 
Ukiah and Chico, Cal.; farmer; son of Jolm Wesley Arm- 
strong and Sallie Wesley Griffin. 
(8) Mary Josephine Pinkham, b. Boise, Idaho, Dec. 11, 1871, 
and has always resided there ; graduated from public schools, 
1886; at Taresa's Academy, 1889; m., April 30, 1902, Fred 
Murray Carson, b. Lane County, Ore., IMarch 25, 1870 ; stud- 
ied in'tlie schools of Junction City and Baker City, Ore.; 
conducts a grocery store; sou of George Carson and Sarah 
Catherine AVisdom. 

(9) Mary Carson, b. Oct. 9, 1903; d. Oct. 9, 1903. 

(9) Catherine Secord Carson, b. April 25, 1905. 
(8) Francis Joseph Pinkham, b. Boise, Idaho, Sept. 28, 1873; 
stock raiser at Boise, Idaho; m., April 7, 1902, Hattie Mary 
Newland, b. Counorville, Ind., Dec. 23, 1880; daughter of 
Lewis Newland and Martha Stewart. 

(9) Eben Lewis Pinkham, b. Oct. 25, 1903. 

***** 

(7) Jane Pinkham, d. about 1886; m. William Burgess, who 
resides Princeton, Ont. 
(8) Hiram Burgess; deceased. 
(8) Melissa Burgess; deceased. 
(8) Cynthia Burgess. 
(8) Rachel Burgess. 
(8) Charlotte Burgess; deceased. 
(8) Maggie Burgess. 

(8) Malichi Burgess; resides San Jose, Cal. 
(8) Ruth Burgess. 
(8) Sylvia Burgess; deceased. 

***** 

(7) William Pinkham, b. near Ferry, New Brunswick, July 18, 
1824; has lived for a long time at Richwood, Ont.; a fine 
farmer all his life; a man of such good habits, and so strong 
and hardy, that, at the age of 77 years, he rode a bicycle like 
a youth. He is still a nimble walker and a man whose con- 
versation is of the most cheery and interesting character ; m. 
(first), Feb. 13, 1850, Esther Muma, b. Dumfries Township, 
Ont, Sept. 7, 1828 ; d. Dec. 7. 1872 ; daughter of Christian 
John Muma and Anne Vasbiuder; m. (second), Nov. 4, 1874, 
Sarah Civllia Key, b. Scotland, Ont, April 25, 1849; daugh- 
ter of William Key and Mary Jane Thompson. 
Children of first marriage: 
(8) Ebenezer Franklin Pinkham, b. Drumbo, Ont, April 15, 
1851 ; reside^ 937 West 9th Street, Los Angeles, Cal. ; grad- 
uated from the Canada Business College. Hamilton, Ont., 
April, 1872; moved to California in 1883; has resided at 
Vacaville and Los Angeles, Cal.; a fruit grower and shipper; 
in 1894 formed a partnership with B. McKevltt ; he was also 
a hardware merchant at Ketchum. Idaho, in 1882; m., Sept. 
21, 1876, Emma Marie Brown, b. Woodstock, Ont., Oct 12, 
1852; she graduated from Woodstock (Ont.) High School, 



138 PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 

May, 1872; daughter of Schuyler De La Brown and Eliza 
Jane Rounds. 
(9) Charles Wynford Piukham. b. Aug. 11, 1877; d. Dec. 26, 

1877. 
(9) James Roy Pinkham, b. Richwood. Out.. Sept. 8, 1879; 
graduated at Vacaville (Cal.) High School, 1898; from 
University of California, May, 1902; resides Los Angeles, 
Cal.; fruit grower and shipper; m., March 31, 1903, Hazel 
Florence Edwards, b. Gonzales, Cal., June 23, 1882; gradu- 
ated from Marlboro School for Young Ladies, Los An- 
geles, Cal.; daughter of D. K. Edwards and Edith Rivers, 
who resided Gonzales and Los Angeles, Cal. 
(8) Eliza Amelia Pinkham, b. April 9, 1854; d. Oct. 16, 1861. 
(8) George Hanson Pinkham, b. July 18. 1856; moved to 
Ionia, Mich., in 1881, and has since then been a farmer 
there; m., 1876, Dolly Kennedy. 

(9) Frederick. Mary. Emma. Clara. Roy. Bertha. 
(8) William Pinkham, b. July 20. 1859; d. Nov. 8. 1859. 
(8) William Ab.salom Pinkham, b. Richwood. Ont. Jan. 25, 
1861: d. Vacaville. Cal., July 24, 1894; m.. March 27. 1888, 
Bertha Almira Scott, b. Princeton, Out, May 8, 1864; she 
resides Wilmington. Out., and m. (second), May 24, 1900, 
Mr. Deakum ; daughter of James Wiugate Scott, a merchant 
b. Bramford, Ont, Jan., 1836; d. Dec, 1868; and of Almira 
Conklin. b. S. Dumfries, Ont.. March 1, 1839; d. Oct., 1870. 
(8) Frederick Nelson Pinkham, b. Richwood, Ont, March 30, 
1863; d. Salinos, Cal., July 27, 1882; clerk in a store; unm. 
(8) Dr. Joseph F. Pinkham, b. Richwood, Ont.. Jan. 2, 1866; 
has resided Belding, Mich., 14 years; had lived Brantford 
and Toronto. Can.; graduated from Brantford (Ont.) Col- 
legiate Institute, 1886; Toronto (Ont.) Medical University, 
1892; physician and surgeon; m., Oct. 16, 1895, Lydia Lo- 
raine Carnahan, b. Benton Harbor. Mich., Nov. 30, 1871 ; 
graduated from Benton Harbor High School, 1890; State 
Normal School. Ypsilanti, Mich.. 1892; daughter of David D. 
Carnahan and Bessie M. Williams. 

(9) Esther Pinkham, b. Belding, Mich., July 14, 1897. 
(9) Frank C. Pinkham, b. Belding, Aug. 26, 1899. 
(9) William Pinkham, b. Aug. 28, 1903. 
(9) Ruth Pinkham, b. Nov. 19, 1905. 
(8) Frank Pinkham, b. Richwood, Ont., Dec. 3, 1869; resides 
Vacaville, Cal.; farmer; fruit raising; to California, Jan. 
6, 1892; m., Jan. 6, 1897, Gertrude Louise Lancaster, b. 
North San Juan. Nevada County, Cal.. June 17. 1873; grad- 
uated at Bozeman (Mont.) High School, May 27, 1892; 
daughter of Charles Edward Lancaster and Mary Herman. 
(9) Marjorie Esther Pinkham, b. April 7, 1901. 
(9) Ebenezer Franklin Pinkham, Jr., b. May 14, 1903. 
(9) Hermann Edward Pinkham, b. Oct. 24, 1907. 
Children of second marriage: 
(8) Burley Spencer Pinkham, b. Aug. 15, 1875; d. Drumbo, 
Ont., Oct. 29, 1907; graduated as a teacher from Woodstock 
(Ont.) College, 1896; Stratford Business College as a 



PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 139 

teacher, 1901; in 1904 he went to teach in Bryant & Strat- 
ton's Business College, St. Louis, Mo.; unm. 

(8) Gordon Blake Pinkham, b. Ricliwood, Out, April 28, 1877; 
resides Richwood, Ont. ; farmer; m., Nov. 18, 1903, Kate 
Ethel Dawson, b. Wolverton. Ont., March 17, 1878; gradu- 
ated from Wolverton Seminary, 1898 ; daughter of Joel 
Dawson and Mary Jane French. 
(9) Gladys Vera Pinkham, b. Feb. 26, 1906. 

(8) Charles Wintford Pinkham, b. Nov. 2, 1879; lived Rich- 
wood and Princeton, Ont., Ionia, Mich., Chicago, 111.; stud- 
ied in the schools of Brantford and Spring Hill, Ont., grad- 
uating in 1898; clerk in store, Princeton, Ont, and in Ionia, 
Mich.; learned printing in Chicago, 111. 

(8) Arthur Pinkham, b. Dec. 28, 1885; d. Jan. 1, 1886. 
***** 

(7) Sarah Pinkham; resides Simcoe, Ont.; m. Peter McDonald. 
(8) Charles McDonald. 
(8) Sarah Jane McDonald; m. David Hill and resides Gar- 

visville. Can. 
(8) Mary McDonald; m. Judge James Hailey of Idaho. 
(8) Violet McDonald; m. Whitlow; lives Hamilton, Ont. 
***** 

(7) Joseph Pinkham, b. Richwood, Out., Dec. 15, 1833; resides 
Boise, Idaho; studied in the common schools; to California, 
1851; to Jacksonville, Ore., 1853. Sketch from the Idaho 
Magazine, Feb., 1906 : "In Joseph Pinkham we find a man 
who has given the best of his life to the service of Idaho. 
During most of the years he has lived here, both before and 
since Idaho became a state, he has been, in one capacity and 
anothei*, a servant of the public. He has discharged his du- 
ties faithfully and conscientiously. Public criticism has 
never been able to chalk up a black mark on his record sheet. 
His every effort has been aimed at the betterment of Idaho, 
towards the advancement of the interest of her inhabitants, 
and towards the enforcement of her laws. He has helped to 
make Idaho a state desirable for homeseekers. When 14 
years of age his father died, and at 17 years he left his boy- 
hood home, went to New York, and shipped on board a sail- 
ing vessel, bound for San Francisco, around Cape Horn. The 
voyage was an uneventful one and consumed eight months. 
He arrived at his destination in the fall of 1850, and secured 
work in a hay market. During the following two or three 
years he worked as a clerk in the stores and at other employ- 
ment in Sacramento, Shasta City and Yreka. In 1853 Mr. 
Pinkham'spent several months in mining about Pitt River, 
Cal., later returning to Yreka and joining his brother, Eben- 
ezer, in a trip to Oregon. They arrived at Jacksonville, Ore., 
on the very day when the famous Rogue River Indian War 
began. They remained there during the war, helped subdue 
the red men, and, at intervals, engaged in mining. In 1855 
Mr. Pinkham engaged in packing freight from Crescent City, 
Cal., to various points in Oregon. In 1856 he became en- 
gaged with his brother in cattle raising. This venture turned 
out to be disastrous, for during the severe weather of the 



140 PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 

spring of 1861, their herd of about 500 cattle was reduced, to 
35. In 1863 he went to Umatilla, where for over four years 
he acted as agent for the Overland Stage Company. He 
helped put the first stage stock on the Blue Mountains, over 
the same route now followed by the S. L. railroad. In 
1868 the two Pinkham brothers moved to Idaho City and pur- 
chased the stage lines running between Boise and Idaho City, 
and across the Basin, imder the name of the Boise Basin 
Stage Co. Mr. Pinkham was thus engaged until March 15, 
1870, when he received from President Grant his first appoint- 
ment as United States Marshal for Idaho. This oflice he held 
for several months, over two terms, being re-appointed at 
the beginning of President Grant's second term. During the 
Bannock Indian War and the Nez Perce Indian uprising, 
1877-78, Mr. Pinkham travelled with the regular army, and 
acted as purchasing agent for the boys in blue. After these 
disquietudes he engaged in the general mercantile business 
at Ketchum, a small mining camp in the Hood River country, 
where he remained until 1888. 

"Mr. Pinkham's fearlessness, his executive ability, and the 
grand record he had made during his two years as U. S. Mar- 
shal created a demand that he be again entrusted with that 
important office. He received his third appointment as U. S. 
Marshal for the district of Idaho, March 3, 1891, from Presi- 
dent Harrison, thus becoming the first U. S. Marshal for 
Idaho after her admission to statehood. 

"Many and thrilling are the stories that might be told of 
the exploits and hairbreadth escapes of Joseph Pinkham dur- 
ing his service as U. S. Marshal, were it not for the fact that 
he is singularly averse to relating accounts of his own ex- 
periences. No fear of personal danger was ever known to 
deter him from the performance of a duty. The signal 
achievement of his last term as Marshal was his wholesale 
round-up of the notorious Coxie Army. These hoboes roamed 
over the state, taking possession of whole trains of cars and 
committing other depredations, threatening much violence and 
bloodshed. Marshal Pinkham, with his deputies, ran them 
to ]Montpelier, and there captured the leader of the gang and 
put him in irons. The hoboes captured a freight train and 
escaped to Green River, where the Marshal managed to have 
them coralled by the regular troops. The whole army, num- 
bering 257 men, was brought to Boise, given trials, and 
turned over to the Marshal for imprisonment for various 
periods, according to his discretion, up to six months. This 
was all accomplished without the loss of a drop of blood. 
During the A. R. U. strike, shortly afterwards, Marshal Pink- 
ham used such good judgment in handling the crisis in his ter- 
ritorj' that he was especially commended by the officials over 
him. Attorney General Olney remarked at one time, be- 
fore a gathering of Senators, that Marshal Pinkham had 
handled the Coxie Army and the strike affairs with better 
success than any of the other U. S. Marshals in the other 
districts. 



PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 141 

"After finishing his third term and several extra months 
as Marshal, Mr. Pinkham busied himself with his personal 
affairs, principally mining investments, until Feb. 17, 1905, 
vs^hen he was deservedly appointed Assayer of the U. S. As- 
say Office in Boise, which office he continues to fill creditably. 
He owns some valuable real estate in Boise and some val- 
uable mining properties, being interested in a group of mines 
in the Smoky and Wood River countries, which are now 
being worked on contract by New York parties. 

"Mr. Pinkham has always been an aggressive Republican, 
always active in political affairs and a warrior in everj^ cam- 
paign since 1870. He has been known as a 'square fighter,' 
and his clean methods of warfare have made even the most 
staunch Democrats his friends. He has several times been 
at the head of the Republican State Central Committee, and 
the present strength of the party in Idaho is largely due to 
his past efforts. 

"Although now 72 years of age, and notwithstanding the 
fact that not a few of the years of his life were strenuous 
indeed, Mr. Pinkham is well preserved. His step is yet firm, 
his eye is still keen, and his mental faculties are still alert. 
The spirit of progress is still within him and his patriotism 
for Idaho is still burning." 

Mr. Joseph Pinkham m., Jan. 14, 1858, Mary Elizabeth 
Gray, b. Cape Gerradeau County, Mo., March 24, 1839; stud- 
ied in Sharon Academy, Mo. ; daughter of John F. Gray, a 
well-known Methodist minister, and of Flora A. Young; she 
crossed the plains in 1853 ; the husband writes, "the best 
woman on earth." 

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(7) Margaret Pinkham; m. at Paris, Ont, 1850, James Boul- 
ton ; resides Ayr, Ont. 
(8) Frank Boulton. Rachel. Charley. 

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(7) Adinoram Judson Pinkham; a successful lawyer at Walla 
Walla, Wash.; m. Addie Powers. 

(8) Lillian Pinkham; resides Walla Walla, Wash; m. M. I. P. 
Calderwood. 

(6) Nicholas Pinkham, b. Feb. 26, 1786 ; lived in Freeport, 
Greene and Turner, Me.; ship carpenter; later was a boot and 
shoe maker and a farmer; m., Feb. 22, 1807, Naomi Harvey, b. 
Freeport, Me., 1793; d. 1842; daughter of Reuben Harvey and 
Naomi — ■ — ^-. 

(7) Reuben Mitchell Pinkham, b. Turner, Me., Aug. 31, 1807; 
m., 1832, Harriet Newell Mclntire, b. Reading. Mass., Aug. 
11, 1814. 

(8) Sarah Jane Pinkham, b. Lowell, Mass., Oct. 23, 1833; re- 
sides Melrose, Mass.; m. James Warren Clark, b. North 
Reading, Mass.. Aug. 3, 1831; d. Melrose, Mass., July 3, 1897; 
daughter of James D. Clark and Rebecca ; Union sol- 
dier in the Civil War ; mechanic ; lived Reading, Melrose 
and Mansfield, Mass., and in Concord and Brookline, N. H. 



142 PINKHAM GENEALOGY. , 

(9) Frank A. Clark, b. April 7, 1856; m. Helen Hobart of 
Brookline. N. H. 

(10) Arthur S. Clark, b. Sept. 2, 1881. 
(10) Harly P. Clark, b. Jan., 1884. 
(9) Orange H. Clark, b. Feb. 12. 1858; m., June 20, 1880, 
Etta Kendall of Brookline, N. H. 
(10) Edith F. Clark, b. March 22, 1882. 
(10) Maud Clark, b. Jan. 8, 1885. 
(9) Lizzie G. Clark, b. April 13, 1865; m. Albert H. Keen. 
(10) Beiitrice Elizabeth Keen, b. Melrose, Mass.. Oct. 3, 1901. 
(9) William F. Clark, b. March 26, 1867; d. Dec. 29, 1894; 
m. Eva Morse; no children. 
(8) Adaline M. Finkhaiu, b. Reading, Mass., Nov. 27, 1835; 
d. Reading. Mass., April 14, 1891; m. .Jeremiah C. Cook, who 
d. March. 1899; soldier in the Civil War. 
(9) Harriet W. Cook. b. Wilton. N. H., April 5, 1861; m., 
1887. John W. R. Hanson of Dakota. 
(10) Richard H. Hanson, b. 1890. 
(10) Ruth M. Hanson, b. June 1, 1895. 
(9) Chester Cook. b. 1864; d. 1872. 
(8) George H. Pinkham, b. July 21. 1837: d. Aug. 8. 1843. 
(8) Charles Brooks Pinkham, b. Reading. Mass., March 5, 
1839; resides Wilton. N. H.; he was a trader at Reading. 
Mass., until 1801 ; lived Brookline and Medford, N. H. ; 
painter ; joined the Second New Hampshire Regiment, Com- 
pany G. for three years; came home in 1864 with an honor- 
able discharge ; m., March 24. 1866, Emma F. Cram, b. Lynde- 
boro. N. H.. June 3, 1847 ; daughter of Solomon Cram and 
Margaret Sargent. 

(9) Fred Sargent Pinkham, b. AA'ilton, N. H., April 1, 1861; 
lineman on an electric road; m. Mabel Brooks of Brockton, 
Mass. 

(10) Charles Brooks Pinkham,' b. Jan. 6. 1896. 
(10) Clarence Pinkham, b. Nov. 17. 1899. 
(9) Lulu F. Pinkham, b. East Wilton, N. H., Aug. 15, 1872; 
m. Herbert E. Nelson, a farmer of Milford, N. H. 
(10) Doris G. Nelson. (10) Ralph E. Nelson. 
(9) Minnie F. Pinkham, b. Brookline, N. H., Nov. 27, 1876; 
graduated from Milford (N. H.) High School; m., Sept. 5. 
1900, Charles F. Battee of Milford, N. H. 
(8) Harriet Ann Page Pinkham, b. March 6. 1841; d. Sept. 

29, 1844. 
(8) Orlando C. Pinkham, b. May 9, 1843; resides Moore Hill, 
Lynn, Mass.; soldier in Civil War; m., March, 1867, Annie 
Dam of Springfield, Me. 
(8) Emeline P. Pinkham, b. July 15, 1845; d. Feb. 19, 1847. 
(8) Julia F. Pinkham, July 1, 1847; d. Feb. 12, 1886; m., Jan., 

1880. Charles F. Dunbar of Brookline, N. H.; no children. 
(8) Frederick Prince Pinkham, b. Nov. 15, 1849; d. April 16, 
1869. 

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(7) Abner Pinkham, b. and d. 1810. 



PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 143 

(7) Harry Piukham, b. Freeport. Me., 1813; d. Providence. R. 

I.; coppersmith and then a millman; m. (first), Emeline 

Pope; m. (second), Olive Lord. 
(8) Emily Pinkham ; d. young. 
(8) Julia F. Pinkham. 

(9) Only son; resides in Boston, Mass. 

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(7) Peter Ebenezer Pinkham, b. Freeport. Me., Aug. 9, 1816; 
d. St. Helens, Cal., June 9, 1882; resided in Maine, at Greene, 
Turner and Auburn; lived at Reading. Mass., where he was 
selectman for many years ; resided in California, at Oakland 
and St. Helens; carpenter, stock raiser, merchant and ranch- 
man; m., March 31, 1839, Harriet Louisa Parlier, b. Reading, 
Mass., Sept. 11, 1821; d. March 30, 1904; daughter of William 
Parker and Lucy Beard. 
(8) Louisa Naomi Pinkham, b. Reading, Mass., May 25, 1842; 

d. North Auburn, Me., May 15, 1846. 
(8) Parker Pinkham, b. North Auburn, Me., Feb. 13, 1845; d. 

San Francisco, Cal., 1900 ; house carpenter. 
(8) Ella Maria Pinkham, b. Reading, Mass., March 9, 1848; 
resides 2126 California Street, San Francisco, Cal.; has re- 
sided in San Francisco since 1883; a very successful teacher 
of English and History ; principal of Irving Institute, a 
boarding and day school for girls, an institution now in its 
twenty-eighth year of verj' successful work, with very bright 
prospects, with this noble teacher to guide it. 
(8) "William Porter Pinkham, b. Reading, Mass., Jan. 4, 1851; 
d. St. Helens, Cal., May 4, 1887; vineyardist at St. Helens, 
president of the Odd Fellows in Oakland, Cal. 
(8) Clara Jane Pinkham, b. Reading, Mass., Nov., 1852; d. 
Reading, Mass., Aug., 1853. 

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(7) Dr. Alvin Pinkham. b. Greene, Me., Oct. 9, 1819; d. Skow- 
hegan. Me., May 7, 1875; resided Turner, Me., 1843-51; Port- 
land, Me., 1848; Lewiston, Me., 1854; Waterville, Me., 1856; 
Fairfield, Me., 1858; Skowhegan, Me., 1874; studied in the 
town schools, etc.; m., Jan. 31, 1841, Phoebe Rebecca Mclntire, 
b. Reading, Mass., Dec. 26, 1821; d. Fairfield, Me., Oct. 26, 
1858; the husband and wife are buried in Maplewood Ceme- 
tery, Fairfield, Me. 

(8) Lucy A. Pinkham, b. Turner, Me., April 20, 1843 ; d. Water- 
ville, Me., July 21, 1901; always lived in Waterville, Me.; 
studied in the public schools; m., June 4, 1865, Charles H. 
Sloper, b.^ April 5, 1838; painter; son of William Sloper and 

Sophronia . 

(9) Fi-ed Eugene Sloper, b. Waterville, Me., Nov. 12, 1875; 
graduated from Waterville (Me.) High School; resides 
Waterville. 
(9) Flora Sloper, b. Waterville, Me.; d. (five weeks.) 
(8) Maria A. Pinkham, b. Portland, Me., Aug. 23, 1848; re- 
sides Fairfield, Me. ; m., Aug. 14, 1867, Henry Fogg, b. Shaw- 
mut. Me., Jan. 17, 1845 ; machinist; son of Henry Fogg and 
Love . 



144 PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 

(9) Bertha Rebeccfl Fogg, b. June 1. 1869; d. Sept. 3, 1869. 
(9) Walter Pinkham Fogg, b. Sept. 1, 1886; d. July 25, 1892. 
(9) Wallace Franklin Fogg, b. Sept. 1, 1886; graduated from 
Faireld (Me.) High School, 1902. 
(8) Flavilla Ada Pinkham, b. Fairfield, Me., Oct. 15, 1851; 
resides Everett. Mass.; m. in Waterville, Me., Dec. 25, 1877, 
Albert Bangs Clark, b. Boston, Mass., Jan. 22, 1847; elec- 
trician; son of Albert W. Clark and Susan F. . 

(9) Ella Sadie Clark, b. Fairfield, Me., March 4, 1880; grad- 
uated from Everett (Mass.) High School, 1899; steno- 
grapher. 
(8) Fred Eugene Pinkham, b. Lewiston, Me., March 12, 1854; 
resides Waterville, Me. ; studied at Maine Central Institute 
and Coburn Classical School ; baggage master on Maine Cen- 
tral R. R. ; m. (first), 1875, Hester A. Stinson, b. Madison, 
Me., May 11, 1859; d. Waterville, Me., Oct. 14, 1894; daugh- 
ter of Cyrus Stinson and Elizabeth ; m. (second), in 

Waterville, Me., June 14, 1899, Nellie M. Bliss of Water- 
ville, b. Springfield, Me., March 27, 1872 ; daughter of Henry 

Bliss and Ella . 

Child of first marriage: 

(9) Grace Elizabeth Pinkham, b. Skowhegan, Me., Jan. 21, 
1876; d. Fairfield, Me., 1879. 
Child of second marriage: 

(9) Alvin Henry Pinkham, b. Waterville, Me., March 2, 1901. 

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(7) Darius Obed Pinkham, b. Greene, Me., 1822; resided Prov- 
idence, R. I.; m. Louisa Bishop of Providence, R. I. 
(8) Dora Pinkham; deceased; m. 
(9) George; d. (12y.) 

if * * * * 

(7) Charles Franklin Pinkham, b. Greene, Me., May 27, 1825; 
resides 218 Columbus Ave., Boston, Mass.; lived in Reading, 
Mass., some time; in Boston since 1886; cabinetmaker; 
graduated from the Reading, Mass., public schools, 1842 ; m., 
Sept. 13, 1849, Clarissa Leonard Phillips, b. Greene, Me., May 
26, 1828 ; daughter of Charles Phillips and Olive Leonard. 
(8) Helen Franklin Pinlvham, b. Jan. 8, 1853; d. May 25. 1893. 
(8) Walter S. Pinkham, b. Sept. 20, 1859; d. Jan. 4, 1863. 
(8) Lizzie Naomi Pinkham, b. Jan. 20, 1864; m. Jan. 20, 1894, 
Arthur W. Howe of Melrose, Mass.; resides Wyoming, Mass. 
« « * « * 

(7) Thomas Henry Pinkham, b. Greene, Me.. Oct. 13, 1827; d. 
Nashua, N. H., March 3, 1900. "Soon after his birth his 
parents moved to Turner, Me.; later he lived in Auburn, Me.; 
moved to Nashua. N. H., in 1847. His boy life was hard. 
He had no opportunity to get an education, but his practical 
knowledge and well-informed mind were something remark- 
able. Cabinetmaker. For years he was active in the City 
Council of Nasluia, N. H., being first Councilman, then an 
Alderman. He was a whole-souled, gentle, true and noble 
citizen and loving parent, and was loved and respected by 



PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 145 

the many who knew him." M. in Nashua, N. H., Sept. 30, 
1849, Mary Richardson Palmer, b. in what is now Exeter, 
Me., July 7, 1830; daughter of Jacob Palmer, who came from 
England when he was four years old, his father being the 
first finisher of broadcloth in America, and of Hannah Wood, 
who was connected with the Whitings of Massachusetts. 
(8) Henry Palmer Pinkham, b. July 6, 1850; resides 16 Park 
Street, Wakefield, Mass.; graduated from the High School, 
Nashua, N. H.; took a business course In the Bryant & 
Stratton Business College, Boston, Mass. ; designer of pat- 
terns for men's and boys' clothing at the Standard Clothing 
Co., Boston, Mass.; left Nashua, N. H., in 1868; lived New- 
buryport, Mass., 1875-'80; has resided at Wakefield, Mass., 
since then ; m., Jan. 1, 1873, Emma Frances Blanchard, b. 
South Reading, Mass., Aug. 8, 1850; studied in the semi- 
nary at Hampton, N. H.; daughter of Abner Jervis Blanch- 
ard and Mary Ann Luce. 

(9) Henry Almonte Pinkham, b. Wakefield, Mass., Nov. 17, 
1873 ; graduated from Berkley School, Boston, June 14, 
1894; m., Sept. 11, 1907, Blanche Etta Parks of Northfield, 
Mass.; boot and shoe dealer, Wakefield, Mass. 
(8) William Franklin Pinkham, b. Nashua, N. H., March 7, 
1854; resides Wolfboro, N. H. ; lived 23 Webster Square, 
Hyde Park, Mass.; studied for three years in Dartmouth Col- 
lege; has been a civil engineer and mining engineer, etc.; 
m., Dec. 25, 1876, Carrie Finances Forsaith, b. Nashua, N. H., 
Oct. 30, 1854; daughter of Charles Forsaith and Almira 
Ltucretia Trow. 

(9) Ralph Howard Pinkham, b. Nashua, N. H., Jan. 16, 1880; 
graduated from the Boston Institute of Technology, 1899; 
civil engineer; resides Millville, N. J. 
(9) Charles Forsaith Pinkham, b. Wilton, N. H., July 14, 
1881; farmer, Wolfeboro, N. H.; m., Jan. 20, 1908, Mrs. 
Ella Josephine Kimball. 
(9) Henry Palmer Pinkham, b. 1883. 
(8) Lizzie Luella Pinkham, b. Nashua, N. H., Feb. 16, 1859; 
resides 69 Guilford Avenue, Laconia, N. H.; graduated from 
Nashua (N. H.) High School. June, 1875; took a teachers' 
course in Wellesley College, 1881 to 1882 ; a very successful 
teacher in Nashua, N. H., for seven years; m., Nov. 29, 1893, 
Arthur Webster Putnam, b. Laconia, N. H., June 17, 1858; 
florist ; deacon of the Congi*egational Church, Laconia, N. 

H. ; son of Horace C. Putnam and Olive J. ; these 

parents resided at Thetford, Vt. 

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(7) Tobias Pinkham, b. Turner, Me., 1831; d. Baton Rouge, La., 
May 28, 1863; soldier in the Civil War; enlisted Sept., 1862, 
Company D, Fiftieth Massachusetts Regiment; m., Sept. 6, 
1852, Margaret Owen Phillips, b. Sumner, Me., Sept. 26, 1831; 
resides Reading, Mass.; daughter of Charles Phillips and 
Olive E. Leonard. 
(8) Two sons and a daughter died in infancy. 



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146 PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 

(7) Frederick Seymore Pinkham, b. Turner, Me., 1834; resides 
Everett, Mass. "He made a name for himself during the 
Civil War by inventing a metallic coffin for the bodies of 
soldiers." 

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(6) Cynthia Pinkham, b. March 29, 1788; d. of consumption. 

* * » * * 

(6) Sarah Pinkham, b. Oct. 10, 1790; d. Madrid, Me., April 19, 
1825; moved to Madrid, Me., soon after her marriage; m., in 
Freeport, Me., Ammi Mitchell Cotton, b. June 20, 1795; d. in 
Freeport, Me., May 24, 1872; son of Wm. Cotton and Margaret 
Walker. 

(7) Abigail Pinkham Cotton; d. Nov. 6, 1877 (59); m., in Port- 
land, Me., Aug. 17, 1854, by Rev. Charles Mason, Joseph Lodge 
of Roxbury, Mass.; he was born and reared on British soil, 
coming to America from Bristol, Eng. ; he was a man of re- 
fined, gentlenjanly manners, and, better still, of Christian 
principles and character; he was a horticulturist, having 
served a long apprenticeship in England; he was b. at Utely, 
near Gloucestershire, Eng., Jan. 18, 1799; d. May 6, 1888; the 
wife was a noble Christian woman and a member of the Bap- 
tist Church of Topsham, Me. 

(8) Victoria R. Lodge, b. Rahway, N. J., Feb. 21, 1858; re- 
sides 340 Hancock St., Brooklyn, N. Y.; m., Sept. 7, 1881, 
John Francis Minaldi, b. Messina, Italy, Aug. 26, 1847; de- 
ceased; jeweller. 

(9) Grace Ethel Minaldi, b. Dec. 18, 1883. 
(7) Alfred Johnson Cotton, b. Nov. 9, 1822; resides Bowery 
Beach, Me. "He spent 35 years of his life in New Jersey in 
various occupations." 
(7) Hannah Margaret Cotton, b. Brunswick, Me.; m. Mr. 

Wheeler. 
(7) John Ammi Cotton. 
(7) Sarah Chapin Cotton. 
(7) Mary Louise Cotton. 
(7) Lois A. Cotton. 

* it * * * 

(6) Stephen Pinkham, b. Jan. 20, 1794. "He was a farmer and 
carpenter at Lisbon, Me.; m. Betsy Maylove, b. 1792; d. May, 
1888; she was an orphan who came to America with an uncle 
when she was two years old; she resided with this uncle at 
Topsham, Me., until she was married, at the age of 23 years." 
(7) Stephen Chandler Pinkham. 

(7) Octavia Pinkham; m. (first), Charles Batchelder; m. (sec- 
ond), Jesse Farmer of Cambridgeport, Mass. 
(7) Clara Pinkham; m. Mr. Adams. 

(7) Horatio Pinkham. "At one time he was proprietor of the 
Tontine Hotel, Brunswick, Me.; m. Delia Stoddard of Boston, 
Mass. 

(8) Charles Pinkham. (8) Maud Pinkham. 
(7) Laroy Pinkham; m., at Brunswick, Me., Mary Strout. 
(7) Sarah M. Pinkham, b. Lisbon, Me., Sept. 5, 1828; d. Feb. 
6, 1893; m., Sept. 20, 1857, John L. Starrett, b. Annapolis, 



PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 147 

N. S., Dec. 24, 1820; resides with son, Ernest W., 40 Laurel St., 
Roxbury, Mass.; enlisted Aug., 1862, in the 1st Mass. Heavy- 
Artillery; discharged Dec. 5, 1865; when he went into the 
Civil War his wife and children moved to Lisbon, Me.; they 
moved to Brunswick, Me., in 1870; moved to Boston, Mass., 
May 1, 1876. 

(8) Clarence Winfield Starrett, b. Boston, Mass., March 19, 
1861; resides 39 Walnut Avenue, Boston, Mass.; attended 
Stoughton School, Dorchester, Mass., etc.; real estate and 
insurance ; on the Boston City Council some years ; m., Oct. 
19, 1887, Hattie May Leach, b. Boston, Mass., Oct. 28, 1868 ; 
daughter of Frederick F. Leach and Mary ; no chil- 
dren. 
(8) Etta T. Starrett, b. Lisbon, Me., Sept. 7, 1864; resides 298 
Homestead Place, Newark, N. J. ; m. in Roxbury, Mass., 
Sept. 18, 1893, Fred F. Chase, who d. 1896. 
(9) Daughter; b. 1885. 
(8) Ernest Wilmot Starrett, b. Lisbon, Me., July 9, 1866 ; re- 
sides 40 Laurel Street, Roxbury District, Mass.; attended 
Stoughton school; conductor; m., Oct. 23, 1898, Christine 
Christie De Wette, b. Burgo, Italy; daughter of Stephen 

De Wette and Anna . 

(9) Ernest Wilmott, Jr., b. July 14, 1899. 
(7) Albion Pinkham. 

(7) Emma Elizabeth Pinkham; m. (first), a Mr. Holton; m. 
(second), James Fai-mer. 

(8) Fred H. Holton; in Cambridgeport, Mass. 
(8) Frank Holton; d. about 1876. 

(8) Emma Holton; m. a Mr. Chase; resides 14 Eastwood 
Street, Dorchester, Mass. 
(7) Eveline Pinkham; m. John Ham of Webster, Me. 
(7) Alonzo Calvin Pinkham, b. Lisbon, Me., Aug. 20, 1837; d. 
April 28, 1880; oculist and optician; m.. May 1, 1871, Angle 
Viola Knox, b. Berwick, Me., Jan. 7, 1850. 
(8) Laroy Alonzo Pinkham, b. Portsmouth, N. H., Feb. 24, 
1872; has lived Randolph, Boston and Holbrook, Mass.; 
electrician ; graduated from Dudley Grammar School in 
Boston; m., Aug. 26, 1893, Harriet Allen, b. South Boston, 
Mass., May 15, 1871 ; daughter of Thomas Allen and Anna. 
(9) Laroy Alonzo Pinkham, b. Jan. 2, 1894; d. Oct. 2, 1894, 
(9) Grace Allen Pinkham, b. May 25, 1895. 
(9) Gladys Viola Pinkham, b. July 7, 1897. 
(9) Blanche Louise, Pinkham, b. Dec. 18, 1899. 

(6) Abigail Pinkham, b. March 19, 1796; m. Robert McFarland 
and lived at Freeport, Me. 

(7) Betsy J. McFarland, b. July 10, 1829; deceased; m., Henry 
M. Allen of Freeport, Me. 
(8) Eleanora Allen, b. March 17, 1857. 
(7) Tobias Pinkham McFarland, b. Jan. 1, 1831; deceased; m. 
Miss Ferrin of Bath, Me. 

(8) Daughter; m. Jerome Thomas of Freeport, Me.; no chil- 
dren. 



148 PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 

(7) Robert H. McFarlaud, b. April 17, 1833; deceased; m. 

Phoebe Knight of Pownal, Me.; no children. 
(7) Stephen McFarland, b. Dec. 21, 1835; d. in youth. 
(7) Walter P. McFarland, b. July 20, 1838; d. 1900; m. Sally 

Place of Durham, Me. 
(8) Only son. 

(6) Phoebe Pinkham, b. April 27, 1798; "m. David King." 

9|: % 4c ^ 4c 

(6) Tobias Pinkham, b. April 28, 1801. "He was a Congrega- 
tional minister at Dracut, Mass., and then became a Baptist 
minister and removed to Pennsylvania." 

* * * i)L * 

(6) Ebenezer Pinkham. "He was a Baptist minister at Sedg- 
wick and Brookline, Me. He also preached in Harpswell, Me., 
about 1850; his wife, Sarah, is buried in the cemetery at South 
Harpswell, Me.; d. Jan. 19, 1852 (37y. 11m. 16d.). He also 
married Rebecca Porter, whose memoir was published by the 
Zion's Advocate at Portland, Me." 



CHAPTER SIX. 

ELIJAH PINKHAM AND HIS DESCENDANTS. 

(5) Elijah Pinkham, b. Sept. 8, 1760; d. China, Me., Sept. 10, 

1852, within 8 days of 92 years. 

Among some of his descendants there is a belief that he was at 
Valley Forge with General Washington when he was but 19 years 
old. No proof of this was found in any old record. Mr. Charles 
A. Pinkham of China, Me., who has given much time to the family 
history, writes: "I think that is all a mistake about Elijah Pink- 
ham being in the Revolutionary War. The story seems to have 
somehow grown out of the fact that when he was out in a fishing 
boat at Harpswell, Me., he was taken prisoner by the British. 
The following letter was written to his wife when he was in 
prison : 

" 'Bagaduce, Aug. 8, 1782. This is to inform you that I am 
well and John and David. But I know not when we shall re- 
turn. We sail tomorrow for Halifax. It seems to me as if I had 
no friends, being in irons day and night. O, my dear wife, whom 
I esteem as my life, I hope that thou art well and my son, Elijah, 
too. No heart can conceive, nor tongue express, the love which I 
have for you and your welfare, not knowing that I shall ever see 
you again in this world. Therefore, thou must seek unto the God 
of Heaven, that He may be a husband unto thee and a Father 
unto my son. But if I shall not see you in this world I hope that 
we shall meet in the dear mansions where all sighing and sorrow 
cease. I must conclude and remain thy ever well-wishing hus- 
band. 

" 'Elijah Pinkham.' " 

The following deed shows that Elijah Pinkham lived at Free- 
port, Me., for some time. He is said to have moved from there 
to Gardiner, Me.: 

"Know all men by these presents that I, Isaac Randall, of Free- 
port, in the Co. of Cumberland & State of Mass. Bay, in New 
England, given for & in consideration of, the sum of 40 & 5 
pounds well and truly paid by Elijah Pinkham of Freeport in the 
said Co. of Cumberland & State of Mass. Bay in New England, 
yeoman, do by these presents, freely, fully, & absolutely, Grant, 
bargain & sell, convey & confirm unto him, the said Elijah Pink- 
ham, his heirs & assigns forever, 70 & 5 acres of land lying in the 
said Freeport, bordered as follows : Beginning at the most east- 
erly corner of the said Elijah's Pinkham's land that said Elijah 
Pinkham bought of Nicholas Pinkham, at a Stake Ring 60 rods 
north east to Elijah Douglass' land; from thence on said Doug- 
lass' line North West 200 rods; from thence south east 20 rods 
to the first mentioned bounds. To have & hold the same to the 
said Elijah Pinkham, his heirs & assigns, to his and their own use 
& behoof forever. And I do covenant with the same Elijah Pink- 
ham, his heirs assigns, that I am the lawful owner, lawfully 
seized in full of the same premises, that they are free of all en- 



150 PINKHAM GENK\LOGY. 

cumbrances, that I have good rite to sell & convey the same to 
the said Elijah Pinkham, & that I myself, my heirs, & executors 
or administrators, will warrant & defend the same to him the said 
Elijah Pinkham. his heirs & assigns forever, against the claims 
and demands of all persons whatsoever. In witness whereof I 
hereunto set my hand & seal this 7th day of Apr 1799. 

"Signed, sealed & delivered in my presence 

"Isaac Randall, Gideon Dennison, James McLelland. 

"Cumberland S. S. received Nov. 26, 1801 & rendered with 
record of deed in said County. Book 43, page 475. 

"Attest, Charles Merrill, Registrar. 

"Before John Gushing, Justice of the Peace." 

Elijah Pinkham is said to have lived in Litchfield and Hal- 
lowell, Me., and for a long time in China, Me., where he died. 
M., 1780, Abigail Farr, b. Harpswell, Me., Sept. 27, 1760; d. Oct. 
1, 1838. She was familiarly spoken of as "Little Nabby." She 
was the daughter of Ancestor Thomas Farr, who was born in 
1732 and died at the age of 98 years at the home of his son. Noah 
Farr, at Hallowell, Me. He was in Harpswell. Me., at an early 
date and married Elizabeth Bray, daughter of John Bray, who 
came from Massachusetts to Harpswell. Me., at an early date. 
This Farr family was one of great talents and sturdy qualities. 
* * * * * 

(6) Elijah Pinkham, Jr., b. Jan. 15, 1781; supposed to have been 
lost at sea after sailing from New York, 1803. 

The following letters written by him were furnished by Mr. 
Charles A. Pinkham of China, Me.: 

"To Elijah Pinkham, Freeport, Me.: Honored Father & Mother: 
I take this opportunity to pen you a few lines to inform yoii that 
I am in good health, and hope these lines will find you partaking 
of the same blessing. I have nothing of importance to write, but 
will inform j'ou that I have been to school to learn navigation. 
Don't look to see me until I get into some business. Your well- 
wishing son, Elijah Pinkham. Jr. 

"Harpswell, Mass., March 26, 1801." 

"To Elijah Pinkham, Freeport. Forwarded by Capt Dennis. 
Salem, Aug. 29, 1802. (The beginning is as in the letter above.) 
I shall be glad to see you and my brothers and sisters, but I can't 
tell when I shall do so. I may just inform you that I have left 
Uncle Isaac and am now with Thaniel Merryman. I have nothing 
of importance to write, but as I had an opportunity to send a 
letter I thought I would write. Time is short and I must close. 

"To Elijah Pinkham, Freeport. 

"Portland. Aug. 1, 1800. 

"I will just inform you that I am bound to Liverpool in the ship 
Almira, Robert Given, Master. I have no time to come home be- 
fore we sail. I have nothing of importance to write for it is not 
long since I wrote to you. I hope to return in about four months. 
Remember me to all my friends and relatives." 
"To Elijah Pinkham, in the County of Cumberland, forwarded in 

the ship Bath. Liverpool, Jan. 15. 1803. 

"We arrived in Liverpool the 26th of May after a long and 
teageous passage of 47 days. With sorrow I inform you that I 
have left the ship, and all the rest left but two men. And four 



PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 151 

of US are now bound for Norfolk in Virginia in the ship Ticonic 
of Boston, and from thence to return as quicli as possible. We 
hope to sail in about 20 days." 
"To Elijah Pinkham. 

"New York, Sept. 22. 

"Thus I have been in good health since I left home, except three 
or four days, and I hope these lines will find you and all in good 
health. I will just inform you that I arrived in N. Y. 25th of 
Aug., and am now bound to North Carolina, and hope to return 
in about two mouths, please God that I live. I want to see you 
more than my pen can express, but when I shall I can't tell. O, 
the desolation the fever has made in this city of N. Y. this sum- 
mer, from ten to fifteen dying in one day — and some days more 
than this, and the deaths still continuing. Time is short and I 
must close." 

(As the beginning and ending of the above letters was the same, 
this part was omitted in copying. These were written in a very 
neat handwriting, every word clearly made with the quill pen of 
those days, and showed a youth of bright and scholarly mind.) 

(6) Abigail Pinkham, b. Oct. 1, 1783; d. Oct. 1, 1838; unm. 

(6) Patience Pinkham, b. July 28, 1785; d. Aug. 2, 1845; unm. 

(6) Lorana Pinkham, b. Aug. 30, 1788; d. Feb. 9, 1870; lived in 
China and Westbrook, Me.; m. Joshua Wiuslow, who d. China, 
Me., Dec. 12, 1853 ; farmer ; his parents moved to China, Me., 
about 1824. 

(7) Henry B. Winslow, b. Westbrook, Me., Sept. 28, 1818; d. 
China, Me., April 21, 1846; m. (first), Jan. 3, 1840, Eliza C. 
Jenkins, b. Vassalboro, Me., April 29, 1816; d. Sept. 25, 1841; 

daughter of Stephen Jenkins and Hannah ; m. 

(second), Nov. 25, 1843, Nancy Jones. 
(8) Emily Caroline Winslow, b. Oct. 27, 1844; d. Dec. 3, 1845. 
(8) William Henry Winslow, b. Aug. 26, 1846; resided xil- 
bion. Me. 
(7) Charles Winslow, b. Westbrook, Me., Jan. 31, 1823; resided 
Avon, Me.; farmer most of his life; moved from Maine to 
Minneapolis, Minn., Aug., 1876; to Anoka, Minn, 1878; m., 
March 15, 1846, Orinda Turner, b. July 14, 1825; d. Anoka, 
Minn., Oct. 3, 1882; daughter of John Turner and Rebecca 



(8) Rosella Winslow, b. Dec. 4, 1848; d. April 5, 1851. 
(8) Gilbert 'A. Winslow, b. July 4, 1850; d. Oct. 26, 1850. 
(8) Harriet A. Winslow, b. Aug. 13, 1856; d. July 28. 1857. 
(8) Sybil H. Winslow, b. March 30, 1860; resides Auburn, Me.; 
m. (first), Nov., 1879, James G. Cain, who d. Feb., 1887; m. 
(second), Dec. 7, 1888, Eugene Lesly. 
(8) Charles H. Winslow, b. Feb. 14, 1867; d. April 17, 1872. 
(7) Harriet Winslow; d. in Louisiana.; m. Daniel Carroll and 
lived in Augusta, Me., for a short time. 
(8) Only son; deceased. 



152 PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 

(6) Nathaniel Pinkham, b. March 2, 1791; d. Nov. 29, 1840; m., 
April 13, 1814, Hepsibah Edwards, b. March 19, 1788 ; d. Jan. 

7, 1872; daughter of Joshua Edwards and Mary . 

(7) Harriet Pinkham, b. June 14, 1815; d. Sept. 6, 1897: re- 
sided Hallowell, Gardiner and China, Me.; m. (first), 1834, 
Cyrus Putnam of Rumford, Me., who d. 1843; carriage maker; 
m. (second), Dr. John De Laske of St. John, N. B., b. 1814; 
d. 1876. 

(8) Two children died in infancy. 
(7) Zeliuda Pinkham, b. Dec. 1, 1816; d. Lynn, Mass., Jan. 1, 
1900; m. (first), Charles Hodges; m. (second), 1846, Anson 
Madison Hill, who d. July, 1883; shoemaker. 
Child of first marriage: 

(8) Daughter; d. at 4 years. 
Children of second marriage: 
(8) George Valentine Hill, b. March 7, 1847; d. March 6, 1878; 

m., 1878, Susan Clapp. 
(8) Mary Ella Hill, b. Hallowell, Me., Feb. 4, 1848; resides 
Lynn, Mass.; m., March 6, 1873, Horace Gushing Briggs, b. 
July 23, 1830, at Scituate, Mass.; has lived Lynn and Dan- 
vers, Mass. 

(9) Edith Lilia Briggs, b. Lynn, Mass., Aug. 24, 1874; re- 
sides 32 Ireson Avenue, Lynn, Mass. 
(9) Twin brother; d. at birth. 
(7) Laura Pinkham, b. Gardiner, Me., May 3, 1819 ; resided 
Crescent Beach, Revere, Mass.; lived Gardiner and Hallowell, 
Me., Lynn, Mass., Boston and Revere Beach ; m. Robert M. 
Hamlin, b. Gardiner, Me., 1803; d. 1855; trader; son of El- 
bridge Hamlin and Betsy . 

(8) James Elijah Hamlin. 
(7) Mary Pinkham, b. Oct. 26, 1821; d. 1879; m. James Brown 
of Greenock, Scotland. 
(8) Jennie Brown; d. Aug. 15, 1876 (18y.). 
(7) Martha Pinkham, b. Dec. 24, 1824; d. Aug. 4, 1832. 

(6) Priscilla Pinkham, b. April 18, 1793; d. Feb. 2, 1851; m.. 

May 27, 1844 (as his second wife), Abner Lowell. He was one 

of the earliest settlers in Hallowell, Me.; a shipbuilder and 

later kept a grocery store. (He m. (first). May Sawyer.) No 

children. 

***** 

(6) Thomas Pinkham, b. Sept. 30, 1795; d. April 19, 1878; 
buried at Muscatine, la. He was a woolen manufacturer in 
Maine, Pennsylvania and Ohio. Later he was a large wool 
buyer for eastern firms. He moved from Maine to Browns- 
ville, Pa., 1843; to Salem, Ohio, 1845 ; to Muscatine, la., in 1865. 
In Maine he lived at Crane's Mills, Litchfield, eight years. 
M. (first), Jan. 9, 1819, Phoebe Winslow. b. Oct. 29, 1795; d. 
April 11, 1825; m. (second), Oct. 4. 1827, Mary Beede, b. Sand- 
wich, N. H., Feb. 16, 1802; d. April, 1877; buried in the 
Friends' Cemetery near Bloomington Meeting House, four miles 
from Muscatine, Ta.; daughter of Jonathan Beede, b. Dec. 24, 
1760 ; d. Jan. 7, 1843, and of his first wife, Anna Winslow, who 
was b. Aug. 21, 1759 ; d. Aug. 14, 1813. 



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Children of first marriage: 

(7) Lucinda Pinkham, b. Vassalboro, Me., May 17, 1820; d. 
July 14, 1884 ; studied in the public schools and in private 
school at Portland, Me., and in Friends' School, Providence, 
R. I.; lived Vassalboro and West Gardiner, Me., Providence, 
R. I., and Noi'th Berwick, Me.; m., Jan. 8, 1846, Nicholas Al- 
phonso Pinkham, b. Dover, N. H.. April 12, 1815 ; d. April 7, 
1902; country schools and Friends' School, Providence, R. I. 
He was a shoemaker, lumber mill employe, and in his old 
age managed his small farm; son of Nicholas Pinkham and 
Elizabeth Austin of Dover, N. H. 
(7) Alfred Kennard Pinkham, b. Vassalboro, Me., Feb. 9, 1822; 
died Lafayette, Ind.; unm.; lived Providence, R. I., Phila- 
delphia, Pa., Kankakee, 111., etc.; studied in the Friends' 
Boarding School, Providence, R. I.; dry goods salesman. 
Children of second marriage: 

(7) Thomas Pinkham, Jr., b. Aug. 13, 1828; d. Nov. 8, 1832. 
(7) Mary Elizabeth Pinkham, b. Jan. 4, 1830; resides Ukiah, 
Cal. ; a very successful teacher in the academy at Wilton, 
la. ; m. in Muscatine, la., Feb. 16, 1867, George McCowen, b. 
Mason, Warren County, Ohio, March 18, 1833; dentist; grad- 
uated from the Missouri Dental College, 1871; has been in 
Ukiah, Cal., over 30 years; son of Thomas McCowen and 

Emily . 

(7) Thomas Edward Pinkham, b. Nov. 1, 1831; d. Dec. 20. 1864; 
a dentist at Mt. Pleasant, Ohio. "He pursued his profession 
with great energy. He had the faculty of doing a great 
amount of work and lived a very busy life. He was regarded 
as a model Christian and was untiring in his efforts to ele- 
vate and save men. At one time he was the superintendent of 
two Sunday schools, and besides this taught classes in the 
evening. His wife was also a very faithful Christian and 
they helped the poor build churches, etc." M., May 2, 1861, 
Mary Fuller, b. March 11, 1833; d. Mt. Pleasant, Ohio, May 
18, 1864; daughter of Rev. Edward Fuller, a Congregational 

minister and of Anna C. . 

(8) Marius Edward Pinkham, b. Mount Pleasant, Ohio, Dec. 
21, 1862; resides Ainsworth, Iowa, 1907; farmer at Musca- 
tine, la., for 12 years; farmer at other places; in St. Law- 
rence, S. D., bookkeeper for a lumber and coal firm ; about 
1870 lived in Iowa City, la., for nearly two years; 1873-74 
lived San Francisco and Vallejo, Cal. ; 1874-75 resided in 
Eugene City, Ore.; 1875-81 on the Muscatine (Iowa) farm; 
1881-'82 'Richmond, Ind.; 1882-84 at Oskaloosa, la.; 1885- 
'87 at St. Lawrence, S. D. ; Nov., 1887, to Nov., 1888, in 
Minneapolis, Minn.; then back to the Muscatine (Iowa) 
farm for 12 years; studied in Earlham College, Richmond, 
Ind., 1881-'82; two years in Penn College, Oskaloosa, la.; 
1882-84; attended Archibald's Business College, Minne- 
apolis, Minn., 1887-88; faithful member of the Friends' 
Church; unm. 
(8) Anna Mary Pinkham, b. May 7, 1864; a very successful 
teacher; resides 802 East 6th Street, Muscatine, Iowa. 



154 PINKHAM GENEALOGY, 

(7) Caroline Hiildah PinkhTim, b. May 10. 1833; cL Muscatine, 
la., March 7. 1889; m., Sept., 1882, "William P. Hunnicutt of 
Oskaloosa. la.; no children. 
(7) James Parnell Pinkham, b. Vassalboro, Me., Nov. 28, 1834; 
d. in Minnesota, Feb. 28, 1898 ; "minister in the Friends' 
Church and a powerful advocate of prohibition;" m. (first), 
Aug. 31. 1859, Mary Ellen Fawcett of Knox County, Iowa, 
who d. June 20, 1894; m. (second), Jan. 1, 1896, Mrs, Mary 
E, Luptou of Deep Haven, Mich. 
Child of first marriage : 
(8) Sarah Felicia Pinkham. b. Feb. 23. 1871; d. in Minne- 
apolis, Minn., Sept. 11, 1896; m., Oct. 23, 1895, Charles E. 
Storing. 
Child of second marriage: 
(8) Gilbert Charles Pinkham, b. Jan. 19, 1898; d. March 9, 
1898. 
(7) Gilbert Lotey Pinkham, b. March 11, 1837; d. Feb. 12, 1839. 
(7) Obadiah Pinkham. b. June 9, 1839; d. Oct. 17, 1840. 
(7) Rev. William Penn Pinkham, b. Litchfield, Me., Sept. 3, 
1841; resides Cleveland, Ohio; his early years were spent 
in Ohio; for 22 years he was a very successful teacher in 
Indiana, spending five of these years in Earlham College. 
He is now at the head of the Friends' Training School and 
Bible Institute, Cleveland, Ohio. He was recognized as a 
minister in the Friends' Society in 1869 ; spent twelve years 
in the ministry in New England; a gifted and helpful man. 
M., Sept. 27, 1860, Emma Cecilia Curry, b. Allegheny City, Pa., 
Sept. 3. 1840; studied in the schools of Salem. Ohio; daugh- 
ter of Cornelius Curry and Hannah Williamson; these par- 
ents residing in Allegheny City and Philadelphia, Pa., and in 
Salem. Ohio. 

(8) Mary Cornelia Pinkham, b. Damascus, Ohio, July 28, 
1861; resides 6 Alba Street, Deeriug Center, Portland. Me.; 
studied two years in Southern Indiana Normal Schools; two 
years in Spiceland (Ind.) Academy ; three years in Earlham 
College, Richmond, Ind. When young her parents moved 
from Damascus, Ohio, to Mount Pleasant, Ohio ; then to 
New London, Ind.; to Muscatine, la.; resided in Paoli, Ind., 
about six years; then to Richmond, Ind., for five years; to 
Spiceland, Ind.. for three years. ; m. at Spiceland, Ind., 
May 12. 1887. Frank Freemont Symons, b. Spiceland, Ind., 
Nov. 28. 1856; graduated from Spiceland (Ind.) Academy, 
1880; a very successful teacher in several Indiana towns; 
went East on account of ill health; worked in a shoe fac- 
tory at Beverly, Mass.. for a year; on the electric cars at 
Portland, Me., for eight years; has been with the Fleisch- 
mann Yeast Co. seven years; Chaplain of the City Home, 
Portland, Me., and a very acceptable preacher; son of Joel 
Symons, who d. 1872, and of Rebecca Hosier, who d. 1871. 
(9) Edna Floreda Symons, b. Knightston, Ind., April 1, 1888; 

graduated from Portland (Me.) schools. 
(9) AVilliam Pinkham Symons, b. Honey Creek. Ind., March 
30, 1890; graduated from Portland, Me., schools. 



PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 155 

(9) Joseph Henry Symons, b. Portland, Me., July 18, 1895. 
(8) Arthur Edward Pinkham, b. Mt. Pleasant, Ohio, Aug. 31, 
1862; resides Westfield, Ind., since 1886; studied in the 
Southern Indiana Normal School, Paoli, Ind., and in Earl- 
ham College, Richmond, Ind.; attorney-at-law ; admitted to 
the bar May 11, 1896; m., June 12, 1884, Anna Foulke, b. 
Maroa, 111., July 15, 1865; educated in Miami Valley Col- 
lege, Ohio, and in Earlham College, Richmond, Ind.; daugh- 
ter of Edward Foulke and Adelaide Collady; these parents 
residing at Maroa and Decatur, 111. 
(9) Ella Augusta Pinkham, b. July 11, 1885; resides West- 
field, Ind.; educated in Union High School, Westfield, Ind., 
and in Brown's Business College, Decatur, 111.; m., Aug. 17, 
1904, Rolland Hill, b. Westfield, Ind., July 20, 1884; farmer; 
son of Joel Hill and Sarah Beal. 
(10) J. Arthur Hill, b. May 22, 1906. 
(9) John Herbert Pinkham, b. Oct. 29, 1886; educated in the 
Union High Academy and High School, Westfield, Ind.; re- 
sides Westfield, Ind. 
(9) Grace Edith Pinkham, b. March 18, 1888; studied in 

same schools as her brother. 
(9) Walter Foulke Pinkham, b. April 19, 1892; studied in 

Westfield (Ind.) High School. 
(9) William Penn Pinkham, b. Dec. 13, 1894; d. March 14, 
1900. 
(8) Howard Pinkham, b. Nov. 16, 1867; d. July 29, 1869. 
(8) Gertrude Harriet Pinkham, b. April 26, 1871; d. July, 

1895. 
(8) Charles Herbert Pinkham, b. Dec. 12, 1872; d. May 8, 1896. 
(8) Bertha Thomas Pinkham, b. Jan. 31, 1877; resides 246 
the Alameda, San Jose, Cal.; graduated from the Friends' 
School, Providence, R. I., 1896; studied for two years in 
Boston (Mass.) University; taught in the Bible Institute, 
Cleveland, Ohio; for one year principal of the Christian 
Workers' Training School, Los Angeles, Cal., and a very 
successful evangelist and pastor; m., June 23, 1904, William 
Taylor Dixon, b. Sylvester, N. C, June 23, 1879; son of Milo 
Dixon and Rosa V. Strout. 
(9) Wendell Pinkham Dixon, b. July 22, 1906. 
(7) Hon. Gilbert Latey Pinkham, b. Sept. 9, 1843; resides 
Wichita, Kan.; graduated from the Iowa State University, 
1869; studied for thi-ee years in Haverford (Pa.) College; 
resided in Brownsville, Pa., until two years of age; in Salem, 
Ohio, until the fall of 1859; from 1860 to 1864 a successful 
teacher in Indiana; from 1869 to 1878 professor of history 
and English literature in Iowa University; he was the first 
superintendent of public instruction when South Dakota be- 
came a state, from Nov., 1889, to Jan. 1, 1891; since then 
has followed many active business pursuits with the same 
marked success which characterized his work as a teacher; 
the farm mortgage business for a number of years; then state 
manager of the Bond Investment Company. He was a very 
active member of the Friends' Church until 1902, when he 
united with the Plymouth Congregational Church at Wichita, 



156 PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 

■ Kau., ami has been very helpful in the work of that church; 
m., March 30, 1876, Mary E. Myers, b. Iowa City, la., March 
8, 1846; graduated from the Iowa State University, 1870; in 
1873 and 1874, studied in France and Germany; a scholar of 
marked ability; her father, Eli Myers, was born Preble 
County, Ohio, Sept. 20, 1813; located in Johnson County, Iowa, 
in 1836; m. Sarah Kidder, b. Seneca County, N. Y., 1825; in 
1837 removed to Johnson County, la., with her father, John 
Hamilton Kidder. 

(8) Leda Edmonds Pinkham, b. Hampton, la., Nov. 20, 1878; 
graduated at the Iowa State University, 1900; resides Wich- 
ita, Kan.; has made two foreign tours, making wonderful 
progress in the study of German, French and Italian. 
(8) James Edmonds Pinkham, b. Hampton, la.. May 30, 1883; 
superintendent of the James E. Pinkham Lumber Co., Seat- 
tle, Wash.; resided Hampton, la., 1883 and 1884; Miller, S. 
D., 1884-96; Iowa City. Iowa, 1896-00; Wichita, Kan., 
1900-05; Seattle, Wash., 1905-07; graduated from Iowa City 
(la.) Academy, 1897; studied for two years in Iowa State 
University; wholesale lumber dealer; m., Aug. 21, 1907, 
Leila Ada Davis, b. Mifflin, Wis., Nov. 6, 1881; graduated 
from the Madison (S. D.) Normal School, June, 1903; 
daughter of William Roland Davis and Sarah Tamar Carm- 
ley; these parents resided Mifflin, Wis.; Belmont, Wis.; Mil- 
ler and Clark, S. D.; Bismarck, N. D.; for several years she 
was a teacher in the schools of Minneapolis, Minn. The ad- 
dress of James E. Pinkham is 632 Lumber Exchange Build- 
ing, Seattle, Wash.; a young man of sterling qualities and 
marked ability. 

* * * * * 

(6) John Pinkham, b. Nov. 12, 1797; d. at 3 o'clock in the morn- 
ing. May 31, 1885; m., 1821, Mary Coleman, b. Jan. 19, 1792, at 
Bristol, Me.; d. 1874; daughter of Christopher Coleman and 
Sarah Cook. 

(7) Albert Pinkham, b. Unity, Me., June 25, 1822; d. May 19, 
1897; lived Unity and China, Me.; farmer and carpenter; m., 
Jan. 23, 1850, Mrs. Nancy H. Winslow, nee Jones, widow of 
Henry D. Winslow, b. Havre, France, Aug. 30, 1822; d. May 
25, 1894; daughter of Andrew Jones and Alice Ringrove. 
(She m. (first), Henry B. Winslow.) 
(8) Edward Albert Pinkham, b. Nov. 1, 1850; unm.; resides 

Waterville, Me.; upholsterer in a car shop. 
(8) Lizzie Jones Pinkham, b. Jan. 26, 1853; resides Waterville, 
Me.; m., June 23, 1878, Redford M. Estes, b. China, Me., Nov, 
11, 1840; d. Nov. 26, 1897; railroading; son of Josiah D. 

Estes and Sarah J. . 

(9) Redford Albert Estes, b. Jan. 24, 1879; studied in the 
common schools and in Coburn Classical Institute; works 
in a paper mill at Waterville, Me. 
(9) Edward Jeremiah Estes, b. Nov. 5, 1880; printer at 
Waterville, Me.; m., Jan. 27, 1906, Gertrude Perry of Water- 
ville, Me. 
(8) Martha Phoebe Pinkham, b. Feb. 18, 1857; d. Nov. 10, 
1867. 



PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 157 

(8) Charles Alton Pinkham, b. Oct. 12, 1859; resides China, 
Me.; studied in the town schools; farmer; m., Nov. 12, 1882, 
Amanda Scripture Qulnn, b. New Rutland, 111., Dec. 11, 
1861; daughter of Artemas Cross Quinn and Abbie Foss 
Wood; studied China, Me., schools. 

(9) Archibald Herman Pinkham, Dec. i, 1883; resides on the 
farm at China, Me. 
(7) Eliza B. Pinkham, b. Sept. 19, 1825; resides Belfast, Me.; 
m., Dec, 1844, Francis Jones, b. China, Me., Dec. 4, 1822; 
faithful members of the Friends' Church; daughter of Elisha 
Jones and Sophia Sydleman. 

(8) Emma Aubine Jones, b. China, Me., Jan. 31, 1848; studied 
Lincolnville, Me., common schools, China Academy, Oak 
Grove Seminary; has lived Lincolnville, China and Water- 
ville, Me.; m., Nov. 7, 1867, Charles Horace Nelson, b. Pal- 
ermo, Me., Api'il 16, 1843; studied in Palermo, Me., public 
schools and Branch Mills Academy; farmer and horse 
breeder; son of Benjamin Nelson and Asenath Brown; no 
children. 
(8) Edna C. Jones, b. May 9, 1850; resides China, Me.; m., 
Jan. 16, 1869, William S. Hunnewell. 
(9) John William Hunnewell, b. July 29, 1870; d. Nov. 29, 

1871. 
(9) Frank M. Hunnewell, b. Oct. 15, 1872. 
(9) Georgianna Hunnewell, b. May 21, 1875. 
(9) Joseph M. Hunnewell, b. Feb. 23, 1881. 
(8) Mary E. Jones, b. May 31, 1852; m. (first), Nov. 3, 1875, 
Hilliard L. Copeland, who d. June 16, 1889; m. (second), 
Dec. 8, 1892, Calvin Rollins; resides Albion, Me. 
Child of first marriage: 

(9) Leroy Francis Copeland, b. June 4, 1881; 
(8) Esther J. Jones, b. Nov. 4, 1854; d. Aug. 14, 1878; resided 
China, Me.; m., Jan. 1, 1874, Edwin A. Ward. 
(9) Willis E. Ward, b. Oct. 7, 1875. 
(8) Georgianna Jones, b. Sept. 8, 1858; d. May 18, 1874. 
(8) Frank A. Jones, b. Sept. 13, 1863; resides North Sears- 

mont, Me. 
(8) Wilfred E. Jones, b. Aug. 28, 1867; resides 322 W. 117th 
Street, New York City; m., March 22, 1890, Harriet L. Gil- 
more. 

(9) Fi-ances L. Jones, b. Feb. 18, 1893. 
(8) Ellen C. Jones, b. Sept. 29, 1868; m., Dec. 25, 1896, Wil- 
liam B. Wadsworth. 
(7) Thomas C. Pinkham, b. Unity, Me., May 26, 1828; d. Port- 
land, Me., Aug. 9, 1895; lived in Brooks, Me., until the winter 
of 1868, and then moved to Portland, Me.; studied in the 
schools of China, Me.; shoe cutter; m. in Brunswick, Me., 
Jan. 17, 1854, Caroline Day Cox, b. May 7, 1829; resides 4 
Lincoln Street, Woodfords Me.; daughter of James Cox and 
Mary Estes of Brunswick, Me. 
(8) Ida Gertrude Pinkham, b. Brunswick, Me., April 10, 1855; 

d. Aug. 6, 1867. 
(8) Albert Wallace Pinkham, b. Brunswick, Me., May 5, 1857; 
d. Portland, Me., June 5, 1893; studied in the schools of 



158 PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 

Biuuswick and Portland, Me.; resided in Lynn, Mass., from 
1878 to 1882; after that in Portland; engaged in the shoe 
bnsiness; m., Oct. 20, 1879, Aunetta Lillian Evans, b. Brooks, 
Me., May 23, 1860; her mother dying at her birth she was 
adopted by her uncle, Samuel Evans, and his wife, Elizabeth 
B. Jepson, of China, Me.; daughter of Joseph Evans and 
Margaret McKay, who resided in Brooks and China, Me. 
Mrs. Albert W. Pinkham resides the Somerset, Portland, Me. 
Her parents were members of the Friends' Church; she and 
her daughter are members of the Baptist Church, Portland, 
Me. 
(9) Ida May Pinkham, b. July 23, 1880; gi-aduated from Port- 
land (Me.) High School, 1899; is still studying music in 
New York City with Rafael Joseffy; has taught music for 
eight years. 
(8) James Warren Pinkham, b. Brunswick, Me., May 22, 1859; 
d. Feb. 6, 1901; resided in Portland, Me.; shoe cutter with 
the firm of A. F. Cox & Son; unm. 
(8) Mary Eliza Pinkham, b. Brunswick, Me., Dec. 12, 1861; 
resides 4 Lincoln Street, Woodfords, Me.; m., Sept. 16, 1885, 
"William Anderson Fagan, b. Portland, Me., Oct. 9, 1860; 
studied in Portland, Me., schools; traveling salesman; son 
of James Fagan and Mary Eliza Corey, who resided at Booth- 
bay and Portland, Me. 

(9) Minnie Brooks Fagan, b. Aug. 30, 1886; studied in Port- 
land, Me., schools. 
(9) Edith Caroline Fagan, b. April 23, 1895. 
(8) Wihnar Augustus Pinkham, b. Durham, Me., 1864; d. Dur- 
ham, Me., Aug. 16, 1867. 
(8) Edith Maria Pinkham, b. Durham, Me., July 16, 1866; has 
resided in Portland, Me., since 1873; m.. May 6, 1885, Helo 
Helon King, b. Portland, Me., April 4, 1862; graduated from 
Portland (Me.) High School, 1880; manufacturer; son of 
Jairus Keith King and Louisa Theresa Ballou; the father of 
South Paris and Portland, Me.; the mother born at Beth- 
lehem, N. H. 

(9") Bertha Carlotta King, b. June 23, 1886; resides Portland, 
Me.; graduated from Portland (Me.) High School, 1904; 
violinist; unm. 
(9) Warren Ballou King, b. June 1, 1889; graduated from 
Portland (Me.) High School, 1907; now a student in the 
Worcester (Mass.) Institute of Technology. 
(9) Helen Francis King, b. Feb. 13, 1892; student in Port- 
land (Me.) High School, class of 1910. 
(8) Eugene Pinkham, b. Durham, Me., Sept. 12, 1873; d. 
Portland, Me., Sept. 4, 1874. 
(7) John Franklin Pinkham, b. July 24, 1831; d. Aug. 7, 1892. 
"He was a man that everybody liked, being of a pleasing man- 
ner and a kindly disposition; a fine-looking man. He suffered 
much from sickness in the last five years of his life. He 
worked for one shoe firm for over sixteen years." After his 
marriage he lived in Lynn, Mass. M., Sept. 16, 1877, Susan 
Ada Embree, b. Port Hawkesbury, Cape Breton, June 17, 
1853; studied in the Grammar and High schools of Woburn, 



PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 159 

Mass.; she resides 178 Essex Street, Lynn, Mass.; daughter 

of James Embree and Jane . 

(8) Emily Esther Pinkham, b. Oct. 15, 1878. 
(8) Mabel Leighton Pinkham, b. April 22, 1882; lives at home. 
(8) John Leslie Pinkham, b. July 15, 1885; resides Lynn, 
Mass. At the age of 13 yeai-s he began to work in the manly 
way which has always characterized him. He has held a 
responsible position with the General Electric Company. 
(8) Walter Franklin Pinkham, b. July 29, 1886; seaman in 
U. S. Navy. 
(7) William E. Pinkham, b. Nov. 11, 1833; d. Dec. 21, 1896; re- 
sided at China, Me.; m. (first), Nov. 17, 1861, Ann E. Mitch- 
ell, b. April 26, 1835; d. March 30, 1869; daughter of Samuel 

Mitchell and Judith ; m. (second), 1871, Amanda J. 

Dow, b. Sept. 4, 1839; daughter of Isaac Dow and Mary 
J. . 

Child of first marriage: 
(8) Herbert Leslie Pinkham, b. China, Me., Aug. 18, 1864; 
postmaster, Palermo, Me.; lived Augusta, Me., 1879-81; in 
China, Me., 1882-88; in Palermo, Me., since 1889; m., Jan. 
1, 1888, Lucia Amina Worthing, b. Palermo, Me., Oct. 30, 
1867; studied in High Schools of Palermo and Windsor, Me.; 
daughter of Elmar Worthing and Marilla E. Chisam of Pal- 
ermo, Me. 
(9) Roscoe Walstein Pinkham, b. March 5, 1890; d. Aug. 25, 

1891. 
(9) Ida Gertrude Pinkham, b. Sept. 4, 1892; graduated from 

Palermo (Me.) High School; now in Erskine Academy. 
(9) Edith Marion Pinkham, b. Nov. 20, 1895. 
(7) Mary Ann Pinkham, b. July 8, 1836; d. Feb. 2, 1865; unm. 

(6) Richard Mott Pinkham, b. at 8 o'clock in the evening, Oct. 
1799 (one writer gives the date Sept. 29, 1800) ; d. Muscatine, 
la., Oct. 25, 1877. "In his early years he went to sea with old 
Skipper Haskell of Harpswell, Me.; moved West in 1852, and 
settled on a farm three and a half miles from Muscatine, la., 
where he spent a prosperous* and helpful life. His was a 
sturdy and noble character. He was very fond of books, and 
had a great store of literary and historical information. His 
good judgment on all sorts of subjects was regarded by his 
neighbors as almost infallible. He had the very strongest love 
of justice and every call of duty was implicitly obeyed. His 
integrity of character was admired by all who knew him, and 
he left an example which has inspired scores to a true life." 
M. (first), Mary Bunyan of Dresden, Me., who d. Jan. 18, 1844 
(44y. 6m.); m. (second), 1845, Lucy Fisher of Litchfield, Me., 
b. May 5, 1816; d. July 23, 1885 (70y. 2m. 18d.); she was the 
daughter of Abraham Fisher, b. Barrington, N. H., Sept. 12, 
1767; d. Litchfield, Me., Sept. 12, 1830; he m. Anne Clough, b. 
Durham, Me.; d. West Gardiner, Me., Feb. 5, 1859. The Fish- 
ers are said to have been an old Scotch family, the ancestor 
in America being Thomas Fisher. 



160 PINKHAM GENEALOGY, 

Children of first marriage: 

(7) Lorenzo Piukham, b. W. Gardiner, Me., Nov. 26, 1S26; d. 
Moliue, 111., Feb. 24, 1877; member of Doric Lodge, No. 319, 
Affiliated, May 1, 1873; member of Franklin Lodge, No. 18, 
I. O. 0. F. Both these lodges were at Moline, 111. "He was 
a fine machinist, being superintendent of the construction of 
different machines, etc.; for a time in Springfield, Mass., and 
later at Moline, 111.; m. by Rev. Mr. Massure, April 30, 1851, 
Mary Jane Wilson, b. Portland, Me., May 28, 1832; of Bel- 
grade, Me.; daughter of Thomas Wilson and Sarah . 

She resides 1025 14th Street, Moline, 111. 

(8) Mary Amanda Pinkham, b. Saco, Me., Sept. 24, 1853; a 
fine student; m. at Moline, 111., April 23, 1874, by Rev. Mr. 
Collins to John Edward Mitchell, b. Quincy, 111., May 19, 
1849; he is inspector of Rock Island (111.) government arse- 
nal building; resides 1025 14th Street, Moline, 111.; son of 

Cyrus Mitchell and Sarah B. . 

(9) Edna May Mitchell, b. Moline, 111., April 16, 1876; grad- 
uated from Moline (111.) High School, May 27, 1896; pian- 
ist, vocalist, etc.; organist at the Central Presbyterian 
Church, Rock Island, 111. 
(9) Marcia Ada Mitchell, b. Moline, III., July 3, 1884; grad- 
uated from Moline (111.) High School. 
(8) George Fox Pinkham, b. Biddeford, Me., Jan. 11, 1856; re- 
sides Kansas City, Mo., No. 1916 East 17th Street. He re- 
sided in Biddefoi'd, Me., until five years old; lived about a 
year in Springfield, Mass.; in Muscatine, la., until eleven 
years old; in Moline, 111., until about 24 years old; since 
then in Kansas City, Mo.; stationary engineer. M. at Kan- 
sas City, Mo., Sept. 11, 1886, Mrs. Isabella C. (Dearfield) 
Duncan, b. Washington County, Pa., March 2, 1857; daugh- 
ter of Jesse Dearfield and Annie Eliza Hammond. 
(9) Cora Edith Pinkham, b. May 9, 1888; graduated from the 
Ward Schools of Kansas City, Mo., and studied in the Man- 
ual Training High School in an elective course. 
(9) Georgia Irene Pinkham, b. March 9, 1891; graduated 

from Ward Schools of Kansas City, 1906. 
(9) Clarkson Edward Pinkham, b. Nov. 28, 1894. 
(8) Ada Frances Pinkham, b. Springfield, Mass., Dec. 10, 1863; 
d. Milwaukee, Wis., June 27, 1887; m. at Rock Island, 111., 
Aug. 16, 1882, Arthur T. Daggett of Milwaukee, Wis.; mem- 
ber of the Chamber of Commerce; no children. 
(7) Erastus Edwin Pinkham, b. Hallo well. Me., March 3, 1828; 
d. Muscatine, la., May 7, 1863; married Maria Wadsworth. 
(8) Maria Pinkham; m. Mr. White. 
(9) Daughter; d. young. 
(7) Lucy Ann Pinkham, b. Hallowell, Me., Nov. 3, 1829; d. 

May 14, 1848. 
(7) Louisa Pinkham, b. Hallowell, Me., Nov. 3, 1829; d. Nov. 

23, 1844. 
(7) Amanda Pinkham, b. Hallowell, Me., April 2, 1831; d. June 

3, 1859. 
(7) Martha Caroline Pinkham, b. Hallowell, Me., June 16, 1832; 
d., 1853, Comanche, la.; m. Reuben Goddard; deceased. 



PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 161 

(8) Hallowell Goddard. 

(8) Manley Goddard; d. in the Civil War. 

(7) George B. Pinkham, b. Nov. 15, 1834; d. April 25, 1850. 

(7) Clarkson Pinkham, b. Hallowell, Me., Nov. 21, 1836; d. Los 
Angeles, Cal., Oct. 12, 1897; a real estate dealer in Hal- 
lowell, Me., until 1851; at Muscatine, la., until 1882; then to 
Los Angeles, Cal.; m. at Letts, la., March 8, 1865, Mary Fur- 
nass, b. Dayton, Ohio, June 24, 1845; resides Los Angeles, 
Cal.; daughter of Benjamin Furnass and Mary . 

(8) Mary Lillian Pinkham, b. Letts, la., Jan. 4, 1866; resides 
Long Beach, Cal.; graduated from the State Normal School, 
Los Angeles, 1886; m., Dec. 26, 1888, W. A. Foster, b. Jack- 
sonville, 111., May 9, 1864; city express. Long Beach and 
San Pedro to Los Angeles, Cal. 

(8) Charlotte Winfred Pinkham, b. Muscatine, la., June 8, 
1873; graduated from Los Angeles (Cal.) High School. 

(8) Lorenzo Frank Pinkham, b. Muscatine, la., Oct. 12 1878- 
d. July 20, 1880. 

(8) Alice Ethel Pinkham, b. Aug. 13, 1881; d. March 29, 1882. 

(8) Wallace Hampden Pinkham, b. Los Angeles, Cal., April 8, 
1884; graduated from Los Angeles High School, 1903; re- 
sides 326 West 30th Street, Los Angeles, Cal. 

(8) Ralph Maurice Pinkham, b. Oct. 29, 1885. 

(8) Helen Gertrude Pinkham, b. Aug. 19, 1887. 
(7) Frances E. Pinkham, b. Hallowell, Me., May 10, 1837; has 
resided in New York City since 1881; address, 182 West 88th 
Street; a fine student in district and boarding schools; m., 
March 3, 1860, Charles Fisher Goddard, b. Litchfield, Me., Feb. 
5, 1835; d. Jan. 27, 1895; studied in the schools of Providence, 
R. I.; wholesale dry goods merchant; son of Lot Goddard 
and Lydia Fisher of Litchfield, Me.; grandson of Elijah God- 
dard and Sarah Tabor. 

(8) Mary Rich'elberger Goddard, b. Sept. 1, 1861; d. Feb 5 
1862. ■ ' 

(8) Charles Francis Goddard, b. Muscatine, la., Dec. 22, 1862; 
resides New York City; graduated from Columbia Univer- 
sity with degree of A. B., 1887; from that university, in Po- 
litical Science, 1888, with degree of M. A., and from Colum- 
bia University Law School with degree of L. L. B., 1889; ad- 
mitted to the bar in New York City, 1889; Tison & Goddard, 
Corn Exchange Bank Building, 18 William Street, New York 
City; has a general law practice, largely in corporation and 
counsel matters; member of Alpha Delta Phi and Phi Beta 
Kappa fraternities; member of the following clubs: Alpha 
Delta Phi,' Columbia University; Quill, Phi Beta Kappa 
alumni; unm. 
(8) Richard Lot Goddard, b. Aug. 7, 1866; d. March 8, 1872. 
(7) Richard Hampden Pinkham, b. Hallowell, Me., Jan. 24, 
1839; d. Salisbury, Mass., June 15, 1884; lawyer by profes- 
sion; in mercantile business quite a number of years; was a 
wholesale dry goods merchant at time of his death; lived 
Muscatine, la., Minneapolis, Minn., and New York City; m., 
June 23, 1863, at Muscatine, la., Abbie Very Meader, b. Roch- 

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162 PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 

ester, N. H., Jan. 28, 1842; daughter of John Meader and 

Mary ; resides 1200 Mallory Avenue, Portland, Ore. 

(8) Louis Hampden Pinkham, b. Muscatine, la., July 1, 1864; 
has lived Minneapolis, New York City, Tacoma and Seattle, 
Wash.; now at 1200 Mallory Avenue, Portland, Ore.; com- 
mercial traveler for Ellsworth & Thayer, gloves and fur 
dealers, Milwaukee, Wis.; m., Nov. 1, 1887, Harriet Annie 
Jefferson, 1). Dulutli, Minn., June 27, 1861; daughter of Rob- 
ert E. F. Jefferson and Lucy A. Soule. 
(9) Lewis Hampden Pinkham, b. Tacoma, Wash., Oct. 11, 

1888. 
(9) Cornelia Anne Pinkham; m.. May 31, 1890. 
(7) Charles Coffin Pinkham, b. Aug. 8, 1842; d. Aug. 18, 1843. 
Children of second marriage of Richard Mott Pinkham: 
(7) Mary Elizabeth Pinkham, b. Aug. 8, 1846; d. Dec. 10, 1847. 
(7) Anna Laura Pinkham, b. Oct. 20, 1848; resides 1819 16th 
Avenue, South, Minneapolis, Minn.; m., April 28, 1875, Lannes 
Condit, b. Adrian, Mich., March 17, 1849; studied in the Uni- 
versity of Michigan; accountant; for over 35 years employed 
at the Miinieapolis Court House; son of Benjamin Franklin 
Condit and Marian McKenzie. 

(8) Clarence Benjamin Condit, b. Jan. 5, 1877; d. Dec. 30, 1883. 
(8) Bessie Frances Condit, b. April 8, 1878; resides Minneap- 
olis, Minn.; studied in the city schools; m., June 15, 1903, 
John Baird, b. Woodstock, Canada, Dec. 3, 1872; bookkeeper; 
son of David Baird and Fanny Bradley. 
(9) David Condit Baird, b. April 16, 1904. 
(9) Lannes Grenville Baird, b. Aug. 2, 1906. 
(8) Richard Pinkham Condit, b. July 14, 1852; d. Nov. 2, 1883. 
(8) Lannes Quincy Condit, b. June 24, 1885; graduate of 
Minneapolis (Minn.) High School and of University of Min- 
nesota. 
(8) Edith Abbie Condit, b. April 26, 1887; resides 3009 Emer- 
son Avenue, North Minneapolis, Minn.; studied in the Minne- 
apolis schools; m., June 17, 1907, Charles Orville Ellsworth, 
b. Des Moines, la., April 26, 1885; studied in Minneapolis 
schools; clerk to superintendent of long distance. North- 
western Telephone Co.; sou of George 0. Ellsworth and Clar- 
issa Jane Blair, who reside in Minneapolis, Minn. The 
father was captain of the Eight Heavy Artillery in Civil 
War and also sergeant in the Ninety-fifth Hlinois Regiment. 
(7) Erastus Edwin Pinkham, b. Sept. 30, 1850; d. Aug. 7, 1863. 
(7) Martha Elma Pinkham, b. Muscatine, la., April 12, 1853; 
graduated from Muscatine, la., public schools with fine record; 
began teaching before she was 17 years old and taught with 
great success until 1876; also taught for two yeai's after 1877; 
now resides Wilmington, Cal.; m., Oct. 15, 1879, Luther Wes- 
ton Light, b. Port Rowan, Ontario, Sept. 16, 1847; son of 
Felix Light and Mary Ann Chaml)ers of Vermont; he was 
manager of a large farm near Muscatine, la., for several 
years; soon after their marriage Mr. and Mrs. Luther W. 
Light removed to a homestead in southwestern Kansas; in 
Nov., 1887, removed to Wilmington, Cal.; the husband was a 
farmer there for 13 years; then employed in contract work in 



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San Pedro, Cal.; for the last two years this family has re- 
sided in Wilmington, Cal., where Mr. Light holds a position of 
trust with the Consolidated Lumber Company. 
(8) Mary Alice Light, b. Muscatine, la.. May 20, 1881; grad- 
uated from the public schools of Wilmington, Cal., 1897; 
studied in the Long Beach (Cal.) High School two years; 
studied also in the State Normal School, Los Angeles, Cal.; 
m., Aug. 19, 1901, Joseph Harker Parvin, b. near Muscatine, 
la., Jan. 12, 1869; removed with his parents to southwestern 
Kansas; to Pueblo, Col., where he was license and tax col- 
lector, and for five years city detective; moved to Califor- 
nia in 1897; he still holds his position as watchman in one 
of the beautiful parks of Los Angeles, Cal.; he is a man of 
great courage, good judgment and kindness to all; son of 
Thomas S. Parvin and Jane Harker; the father serving for 
four years in the Civil War, receiving the commission of lieu- 
tenant. The grandfather of Joseph Harker Parvin was John 
Abbott Parvin, who became a teacher in Iowa while it was 
still a territory; was one of the framers of the State Consti- 
tution of Iowa, and was a notable man in Iowa politics all 
his life. 

(9) Joseph Harker Parvin, Jr., b. March 19, 1907. 
(8) Luther Henry Light, b. Muscatine, la., April 28, 1883; re- 
sides Los Angeles, Cal.; plumber by trade; m., Sept. 9, 1907, 
Mabel Coffelt, b. in Kansas, and a noble woman. 
(8) Viola Frances Light, b. Kansas, Dec. 17, 1886; d. Jan. 16, 

1891. 
(8) Eva Odessa Light, b. Nov. 4, 1891; student in public 
schools of Wilmington, Cal. 
(7) Ida Angelica Pinkham, b. Muscatine, la., Nov. 18, 1855; re- 
sides 2824 Sherman Avenue, Omaha, Neb.; after her marriage 
she lived in Wilton, la.; moved to Muscatine, la., 1885; to Los 
Angeles, Cal., 1887; to Omaha, Neb., 1890; she was of great 
assistance in the writing of this part of the Pinkham history, 
as she has her father's family records in his own handwrit- 
ing; m., March 7, 1877, William Wallace, b. Rock Island, 111., 
July 19, 1855; dealer in live stock; son of John Wallace and 
Isabella Knox, these parents both being born in Scotland. 
(8) William Harold Wallace, b. Wilton, la., April 2, 1878; 
now with the Homestake Mining Co., Lead, S. D.; studied in 
Los Angeles (Cal.) schools and in Creighton College of 
Omaha, Neb.; m., Jan. 5, 1890, Kittle Ann Bobbett, b. West 
Virginia, June 28, 1880; daughter of Fi'ancis Napoleon Bob- 
bett and Virginia Deering. 

(9) Williani Deering Wallace, b. Feb. 28, 1901. 
(8) Richard Reginald Wallace, b. Wilton, la., Sept. 26, 1879; 
resides 2408 B. Street, South Omaha, Neb.; live stock dealer; 
studied in Los Angeles, Cal., schools and in Omaha (Neb.) 
Commercial College; m., June 25, 1902, Amelia Dokulil, b. 
Omaha, Neb., Jan. 4, 1885. 
(9) Louie Frances Wallace, b. Dec. 2, 1904. 
(9) Richard Reginald Wallace, b. Sept. 9, 1906. 
(8) John Edwin Wallace, b. Wilton, la., Nov. 19, 1881; re- 
sides Omaha, Neb.; graduated from Oamha (Neb.) Commer- 



164 PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 

cial College; taxidermist and fur dresser; m., May 25, 1902, 
Grace Knight, b. Sargent, Col., June 29, 1883; children born 
in Omaha, Neb. 
(9) Fern Edna Wallace, b. Feb. 24, 1903. 
(9) Lyle Knight Walljjce, b. Dec. 20, 1904. 
(9) Dorothy Wilmar Wallace, b. Jan. 26, 1907. 

(8) Earl Pinkham Wallace, b. Wilton, la., Dec. 18, 1883; stud- 
ied in Omaha, Neb., schools; live stock dealer; m., Aug. 1, 
1903, Flora Leader, b. Omaha, Neb., Sept. 26, 1885. 
(9) Loraine Elizabeth Wallace, b. May 29, 1904. 

(8) Donald Knox Wallace, b. April 20, 1885; studied in 
Omaha, Neb., schools; taxidermist; resides 2824 Sherman 
Avenue, Omaha, Neb.; unm. 

(8) Ida Elizabeth Wallace, b. Los Angeles, Cal., Jan. 14, 1888; 
graduated from Omaha, Neb., public schools and Boyles' 
Business College; resides Omaha, Neb.; unm. 

(8) Lillian Dorothy Wallace, b. Los Angeles, Cal., Dec. 7, 1880; 
studied in Omaha, Neb., public schools. 

(8) Glenroy Wallace, b. Omaha, Feb. 12, 1893; d. Aug. 7, 1893. 

(8) Jeanne Frances Wallace, b. Oct. 3, 1896. 

* * * * * 

(6) Noah Pinkham, b. at 3 o'clock in the morning of Feb. 12, 
1802; d. Manchester, Me., July 5, 1886; buried at West Gardi- 
ner, Me.; resided at Manchester, Me.; butcher; m. (first), 
Abigail Davis, b. Litchfield, Me., Oct. 20, 1800; d. April 13, 

1868; daughter of Richard Davis and Abigail ; m. 

(second), Phoebe Bailey, who d. about 1887; daughter of Eben- 
ezer Bailey. 

Child of first marriage: 

(7) Abigail Farr Pinkham, b. Jan. 5, 1823; d. Hallowell, Me., 
Sept. 12, 1905; m., March 3, 1855, Alden B. Wright, b. 
Woolwich, Me., June, 1824; farmer; entered the Civil War in 
1862 and a brave soldier in Company B, to the end of the 

war; son of John Wright and Jane . 

(8) Ida A. Wright, b. March 10, 1857; resides Mineral Wells, 
Texas; m. (first), Oct. 21, 1882, George E. Allen of Augusta, 
Me.; railroad inspector; m. (second), June 1, 1899, Charles 
Smith, b. Jasper County, 111., June 15, 1853; farmer. 

Children of first marriage: 

(9) Walter Enos Allen, b. Hallowell, Me., Aug. 14, 1886. 
(9) Mabel E. Allen, b. Gardiner, Me., Jan. 17, 1888; a good 
musician and artist. 
(8) Llewellyn Wright, b. Ashland, Me., March 2, 1860; resides 
Oklahoma; studied in the schools of Hallowell, Me.; black- 
smith; m. in Hallowell, Me., 1880, Mary Ellen King of Mon- 
mouth, Me. 

(9) Ernest Wright; blacksmith in Augusta, Me. 
(9) Daughter; d. 1887 (2y.). 
(8) Alden Augustus Wright, b. Manchester, Me., March 19, 
1862; resides Waterville, Me.; primary and grammar schools 
of Hallowell, Me.; resided Hallowell, Me., 1863-85; Wins- 
low, Me., five years; rest of time in Waterville, Me.; section 
hand in Lockwood cotton mill; m., March 19, 1884, Addie Au- 
gusta Flewelling. b. Little Tom, Me., March 19, 1864; at- 



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tended district schools; daughter of John Flewelliug and 
Catherine Louise Suitter. 

(9) Effie Wright, b. Hallowell, Me., Feb. 15, 1885. 
(9) Florence Alice Wright, b. Winslow, Me., July 14, 1888; 
graduated from Waterville (Me.) High School. 
Children of Noah Pinkham by second marriage: 
(7) Moses Sands Pinkham, b. April 2, 1824; d. Nov. 15, 1898; 
blacksmith at West Gardiner, Me.; served in the First Maine 
Cavalry in Civil War; m., Jan. 1, 1854, Mary Briggs Gold- 
thwaite, b. Augusta, Me., 1832; d. Sept. 6, 1855. 
(8) Henry Walter Pinkham, b. Winthrop, Me., Oct. 25, 1855; 
d. Sept. 8, 1901; provision dealer; resided Gardiner and Hal- 
lowell, Me., and in Boston, Mass., 29 years; m., Dec. 31, 1882, 
Martha Eugene Peltou, b. St. Andrews, N. B., Dec. 25, 1860; 
resides 529 Dudley Street, Boston, Mass.; daughter of George 
Douglass Pelton and Mary E. McGeorge. 

(9) Ralph Douglass Walter Pinkhani, b. Boston, Mass., Oct. 
12, 1883; graduated from the Hugh O'Brien School, 1898; 
was clerk for Hudson River Railroad Co.; collector for auto- 
mobile company; member of choir of St. Paul's High Epis- 
copal Church, Dorchester, Mass. 
(9) Grace Marian Pinkham, b. Nov. 5, 1884; d. July 4, 1889. 
(8) Julia Delphina Pinkham, b. Plymouth, Me., Aug. 19, 1859; 
resides 60 East 10th Street, Portland, Ore.; studied in Hal- 
lowell (Me.) Grammar School and in Hallowell (Me.) Sem- 
inary for Young Ladies; m. at West Gardiner, Me., Aug. 27, 
1879, Theodore Dunn, b. Litchfield, Me., Jan. 25, 1854; stud- 
ied in Litchfield (Me.) Grammar School and Monmouth 
(Me.) Academy; brick mason; son of Charles Frederick 
Dunn and Mary B. Goodwin. 

(9) Charles Frederick Dunn, b. Sept. 21, 1881; graduated 
from Medford (Ore.) High School, 1898, and from Bur- 
dette's College, Boston, Mass., 1901; bookkeeper at Portland, 
Ore. 
X8) George W. Pinkham, b. July 31, 1861; d. Jan. 9, 1879. 
(8) Charles Pinkham, b. Nov. 26, 1875; d. Feb. 13, 1877. 
(7) Phoebe Pinkham, b. Dec. 17, 1825; d. 1840; m., as his first 

wife, Thomas Pinkham. (See records.) 
(7) Elijah Pinkham, b. Dec. 31, 1827; deceased; buried at West 

Gardiner, Me. 
(7) Valentine Meader Pinkham, b. Jan. 21, 1830; m. Mary 
Eliza Ayers; resides Mechanic's Falls, Me. 
(8) Two sons and one daughter; one son is dead. 
(7) Lindley Murray Hoag Pinkham, b. Feb. 5, 1833; resides 
Manchester, Me.; address, Hallowell, Me.; m. Deborah Marr. 
(8) Albert G. Pinkham; resides Gardiner, Me. 
(8) Frank Pinkham; resides Windsor, Me. 
(8) Daughter; m. Herbert Lufkin. 
(7) Noah Franklin Pinkham, b. June 22, 1836; d. (20y.) 
(7) Joseph G. Pinkham; d. Civil War, 1864; in Second Maine 

Cavalry; buried at New Orleans, La. 
(7) Harry Davis Pinkham, b. Hallowell, Me., June 5, 1841; re- 
sides Manchester, Me.; Lake View Inn, Lake Cobboseecontee; 
m. twice, but no children. 



166 PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 

(6) Elijah Pinkham, b. Freeport, Me., at 8 o'clock in the even- 
ing, Sept. 8, 1803; d. Vassalboro, Me., 1854; lived Freeport, 
Winslow and Gardiner, Me.; buried in the Friends' Cemetery, 
East Vasaalboro, Me.; a teacher in early manhood; then a 
farmer; m.. Dee. 24, 1832, Fanny Sampson, b. Leeds, Me., Jan. 
9, 1805; d. March 18, 1881; daughter of Cyrus Sampson. 
(7) Di-. Joseph Warren Pinkham, b. May 14, 1834; d. Dec. 7, 
1894; practised medicine for many years at Montclair, N. J.; 
was a very prominent man in the town, and wrote a great deal 
on medical subjects; a fine .sketch of him is given in "The His- 
tory of Montclair, N. J.;" graduated from Haveford College, 
Philadelphia, Pa., and from Bellevue Medical College, New 
York City; m., March 15, 1866, Cornelia Frost of New York 
City; daughter of Stephen Frost and Matilda ; no chil- 
dren. 
(7) Henry Kirke Pinkham, b. Sept. 9, 1835; d. Dec. 31, 1866; 
teacher; graduate of the Friends' School, Providence, R. I.; 
at the time of his death he was president of the Friends' 
School at Union Springs, N. Y.; buried at Manchester, Me., 
where his mother was then living; unm. 
(7) George Sampson Pinkham, b. West Gardiner, Me., Dec. 27, 
1837; d. Jan. 30, 1895, at Clermont, Fla.; graduated at the 
Friends' Oak Grove Seminary, Vassalboro, Me.; retail mer- 
chant; after his marriage he removed to the Sandwich 
Islands, remaining there 1871 to 1881; then returned to Phila- 
delphia, Pa.; m. in Lynn, Mass., Oct. 10, 1871, Ada Aberlina 
McKenna, b. Bridgton, Me., Sept. 10, 1847; resides 1834 Girard 
Avenue Philadelphia, Pa.; graduated from the Friends' Oak 
Gx'ove Seminary, Vassalboro, Me.; daughter of Sherburne 
Tilton McKenna and Ann Beri'y; parents of New Hampshire. 
(8) Georgianna Marie Pinkham, b. Hilo, Hawaii, July 7, 1875; 
address, 15 Rue Lafaurie de Monbadon, Bordeaux, France; 
graduatetl from a business college, Boston, Mass., and from 
the Chicago (111.) Conservatory of Music; public singer, 
having sung with marked success in Chicago, New York C.ity, 
Philadelphia, London and Paris; m., Feb., 1902, Francis 
Pearsall Hatheway, b. Sidney, N. Y., Nov., 1873. 
(9) Ruth Hatheway, b. March 23, 1907; d. March 24, 1907. 
(8) Charles Henry Pinkham, b. Hilo, Hawaii, Jan. 3, 1875; re- 
sides 15 Rue La Faurie de Monbadon, Bordeaux, France; den- 
tist; graduated from the "old Philadelphia Dental College," 
Philadelphia Pa.; unm. 
(8) John Warren Pinkham, b. Hilo, Hawaii, July 18, 1876; re- 
sides 1008 70th Avenue, Oak Lane, Philadelphia, Pa.; grad- 
uated from the old Philadelphia (Pa.) Dental College; den- 
tist; m. Mabel Mann; daughter of Charles Nalor Mann and 
Sophia Irvin. 

(9) Sophia Irvln Pinkham, b. March 21, 1906. 
(8) Cornelia Frost Pinkham, b. Koloa, Sandwich Islands, Nov. 
1, 1878; resides 1834 Girard Avenue, Philadelphia, Pa.; 
graduated from Philadelphia (Pa.) High School; m. (first), 
Dec. 23, 1897, Charles Perry Heales, b. Canada, Jan. 9, 1868; 
d. April 3, 1901; graduated from the "old Philadelphia (Pa.) 



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Dental School," 1897; dentist; m. (second), June 17, 1903, 
Theodore A. Moiiey, b. Vineland, N. J., May, 1879; gradu- 
ated from the Pennsylvania Dental School, 1902, with degree 
of D. D. S. 

(9) Helen A. Morley, b. Oct. 1, 1907. 
(8) Frank Sargent Pinkham, b. Vineland, N. J., March 9, 1885; 
resides 25 Eagle Street, Schenectady, N. Y. ; at the age of five 
yeai's he was legally adopted by Dr. Ezra Abbott Bartlett 
and Jennie Sargent, his wife; his name was then changed 
from Frank Starr Pinkham to Frank Sargent Bartlett; re- 
sided Albany, N. Y., 1887-1907; in Schenectady, N. Y., since 
then; graduated from Albany (N. Y.) High School, 1903; 
from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute with degree of civil 
engineer, 1907; engineer with the General Electric Co., test- 
ing department; m., June 17, 1907, Kathryn W. Hitschler, b. 
Brooklyn, N. Y., Jan. 13, 1887; graduated from Brooklyn (N. 
Y.) High School, 1906; daughter of Jacob Hitschler and 
Kathryn Becker, who resided New Orleans, La., Brooklyn, N. 
Y., and in San Francisco, Cal. 
(7) Dr. Joseph Gurney Pinkham, b. W. Gardner, Me., Oct. 10, 
1839; resides 64 Market Street, Lynn, Mass.; graduated from 
Haverford Medical College, Philadelphia, Pa., with degree of 
A. B., 1863; A. M., 1866; he took the degree of M. D. at Long 
Island College Hospital, 1866; m., Nov. 2, 1867, Emily Geor- 
gianna McKenney, b. Passadumkeag, Me., March 21, 1837; 
daughter of Sherborn Tiltou McKenney and Anna Bray. 
(8) Frances Ethel Pinkham, b. Aug. 30, 1868; graduated in 

1893 from Wellesley College with degree of B. S.; teacher. 
(8) Edward Warwick Pinkham, b. May 2, 1870; graduated 
from Harvard College, 1892, with the degree of A. B.; Har- 
vard Medical College with degree of M. D., 1896; first lieu- 
tenant and assistant surgeon, U. S. A., serving in the Philip- 
pines. 
<8) Richard Henry Pinkham, b. July 6, 1872; d. Jan. 21, 1876. 
(8) Mary Katherine Pinkham, b. Sept. 12, 1875; graduated 
1897, from Wellesley College with degree of A. B.; teacher. 
(8) Joseph Warren Pinkham, b. July 6, 1879; graduated from 

commercial college. 
(8) Isabella Georgianna Pinkham, b. Feb. 5, 1882; graduated 

from Lynn (Mass.) Classical High School. 
(7) Anna Maria Pinkham, b. Sept. 19, 1841; d. Aug. 17, 1847. 
(7) William Elias Pinkham, b. May 21, 1844; D. D. S.; 77 

Grove Street, Montclair, N. J. 
(7) Alden Sampson Pinkham, b. March 5, 1848; d. 1899; re- 
sided Cliftondale, Ulster Co., N. Y.; he and his mother died 
there and are buried at Montclair, N. J. 

(6) Isaac Pinkham, b. Sept. 26, 1805; d. Aug. 18, 1807. 
***** 

(6) Catherine Pinkham, b. Fi'eeport, Me., Sept. 10, 1807; d. 
Manchester, Me., March 4, 1874; m., Oct. 21, 1833, Frederick 
Lowell, b. Hallo well. Me., March 9, 1810; d. Augusta, Me., June 
1, 1860; farmer; son of Abner Lowell, a shipbuilder of Hal- 



168 PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 

lowell. Me., who m. (first), Mary Sawyer, and m. (secotid), 
Priscilla Pinkham. 

(7) William Lowell, b. West Gardiner. Me., Feb. 14, 1834; re- 
sides 524 N. 8th Street, La Crosse, Wis.; shoemaker. He 
lived with his parents at Hallowell, Me., until he was 17 
years old, then went to China, Me., and learned the shoe- 
maker's trade of H. A. Jenkins. Worked at this trade with 
his cousin, Thomas Pinkham, who was then a manufacturer 
of shoes. Went with him to Lewiston, Me.. Returned to 
China, Me., about 1855 and worked at the trade with Deacon 
Samuel Hauscomb about two years. He then went into busi- 
ness for himself. He sold out this business and went on the 
road as a traveling salesman for C. H. Breed & Co. of Port- 
land, Me., until April, 1870, and settled in Denmark, la. Was 
in Muscatine, fii'm of Lowell & Conant. In the summer of 
1872 he was crippled by an accident. He was a traveling 
salesman until a few years ago, when he retired from all 
work. M. (first), Jan. 4, 1863, Amelia A. Hanscomb, b. 
China, Me., 1840; d. 1866; daughter of Deacon Samuel Hans- 
comb and Eliza ; m. (second), Aug. 4, 1867, Abbie L. 

Hanscomb, b. China, Me., March 29, 1838; daughter of Dr. 

Oliver Hanscomb and Ruth W. . 

(8) Annie H. Lowell, b. China, Me., March, 1869; resides 203 

S. 10th Street, La Crosse, Wis.; librarian; unm. 
(8) William Charles Lowell, b. Denver, Col., Dec. 3, 1872; 

traveling salesman; unm. 
(8) Regina May Lowell, b. La Crosse, Wis., June 2, 1878. 
(7) Mary E. Lowell, b. Hallowell, Me., Jan. 31, 1835; d. Man- 
chester, Me., Oct. 11, 1854; unm. 

(8) Gi-eenleaf Lowell, b. Gardiner, Me., July 8, 1836; resides 
Santa Anna, Cal.; farmer and live stock dealer; m., March 
3, 1870, Anne M. Gibbs, b. Eaglesville, Mo., Dec. 4, 1852; 
daughter of Elias Gibbs, who was b. Alleghany Co., N. Y., 
Oct. 19, 1809, and of Angeline Needham, b. Elizabethtown, 
Ky., Feb. 27, 1810; d. Plattsmouth, Neb., Feb. 26, 1861. 
(8) William Elias Lowell, b. Douglass Co., Cal., May 10, 1871; 

d. June 7, 1871. 
(8) Mertie E. Maud Lowell, b. Sept. 10, 1872. 
(8) William Bertie Lowell, b. Nov. 29, 1874; d. Dec. 4, 1874. 
(8) Earl Lowell, b. Forest County, Texas, Aug. 15, 1876; d. 

Sept. 29, 1877. 
(8) May Bell Lowell, b. Texas, Aug. 15, 1878. 
(8) Clarkson P. Lowell, b. Orange, Cal., May 4, 1883.- 
(8) Carl Jefferson Lowell, b. Orange, Cal., June 5, 1885. 
(8) Marjorie Christine Lowell, b. Orange, Cal., Dec. 25, 1887. 
(8) Mary Lulu Lowell, b. Orange, Cal., June 15, 1890. 
(7) John R. Lowell, b. Hallowell, Me., July 14, 1838; d. Boston, 
Mass., April 7, 1863; enlisted Company E, Twenty-fourth 
Maine Regiment and died on his way home from the war; 
unm. 
(7) Charles A. Lowell, b. Hallowell, Me., Feb. 18, 1844; d. Se- 
dalia. Col., May 12, 1896; lumber dealer; moved to Colorado, 
Oct. 22, 1872; m., Dec. 24, 1868, Lydia A. Bowman, b. Hal- 



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lowell, Me., Jan. 23, 1849; daughter of C. C. Bowman and Har- 
riet M. . 

(8) Mary A. Lowell, b. Manchester, Me., Dec. 11, 1869; resides 

Sedalia, Col.; m., Oct. 26, 1898, Henry Manhort. 
(8) Anna L. Lowell, b. Manchester, Me., Aug. 26, 1871; re- 
sides Denver, Col.; m., Oct. 24, 1888, R. W. Lewis. 
(9) Lena Lewis, b. Nov. 15, 1889. 
(9) Grace Lewis, b. June 26, 1895. 
(8) Charles A. Lowell, b. Sedalia, Col., Jan. 26, 1874; resides 
Sedalia, Col.; farmer; m., March 13, 1893, Christine Mc- 
Gregor. 

(9) Jean Stewart Lowell, b. Oct. 16, 1894. 
(9) Herbert Lowell, b. March 12, 1897. 
(9) Josephine Lowell, b. June 16, 1899. 
(8) Henry Leroy Lowell, b. Sedalia, Col., Feb. 9, 1876; resides 
Sedalia, Col.; farmer; m., Aug. 7, 1901, Maud Muller Everitt, 
b. Sedalia, Col., Aug. 13, 1881; daughter of Elijah J. Everitt 
and Susan Battelle; no children. 
(8) Ernest I. Lowell, b. Sedalia, Col., May 21, 1887; resides 

Sedalia, Col. 
(8) Bertha Lowell, b. Sedalia, Col., Sept 7, 1889; resides Se- 
dalia, Col. 
(7) Abbie Anna Lowell, b. Gardiner, Me., Sept. 19, 1846; resides 
Lisbon Falls, Me.; lived Manchester, Hallowell and Gardiner, 
Me.; m., Feb. 22, 1868, Elisha Snow Higgins, b. South Gardi- 
ner, Me., Oct. 4, 1838; d. June 28, 1900; in his younger days 
he worked on the rivers; son of Elisha Snow Higgins and 
Ruth Small. 



SECTION FOUR. 

BENJAMIN PINKHAM OF BOOTHBAY, SIE., AND DESCENDANTS. 

(4) Benjamin Pinkham, b. Dover Point, N. H., 1717; d. Booth- 
bay, Me., March 2, 1792 (75y). His wife, Judith, d. Boothbay, 
Me., Oct. 23, 1797 (76y). The line of Benjamin Pinkham: (1) 
Richard Pinkham; (2) John Pinkham and wife, Rose Otis; 
(3) Thomas Pinkham and Mercy Allen; all of Dover, N. H. 
Benjamin Pinkham's father gave him land at Dover Point, 
N. H., Aug. 26, 173G. Horace W. Phikham, Boothbay Harbor, 
Me.: "Benjamin Pinkham came to Boothbay, Me., about 1759." 
F. B. Greene, historian of Boothbay, Me., etc.: "Benjamin Pink- 
ham and Judith came to Townseud, Me., in 1759, and settled 
where the late Eben Clisby lived at East Boothbay, Me. It is 
claimed by some of the descendants that Benjamin Pinkham first 
came to Merriconeag (Harpswell), Me., whicli may be correct, as 
his brother Ebenezer settled in that town. Many visits were ex- 
changed by the Pinkhams of Bootlibay and Harpswell, Me., 
through the long years. Benjamin Pinkham's brother Solomon 
settled at Townsend, Me., at about 1759, but there is no evidence 
that he remained there." 

Benjamin Pinkham was a man of sturdy character, modest, and 
faithful in all his labors for humanity. His descendants were 
very helpful in all lines of good work in Boothbaj% Me., and in 
every town where they lived. They were sturdy patriots; strong 
helpers in the churches which were organized at early dates; 
owners of goodly acres; sea captains whose bravery and fore- 
sight were known in many ports; business men of care and 
thrift; men and women whose faithful lives were a constant 
inspiration to all who knew them. The proofs of this, and of 
many other estimable qualities, will be found in the following 
pages. Mr. F. B. Greene's excellent "History of Boothbay, Me.," 
etc., affords many illustrations of these facts. The noble traits 
of Benjamin Pinkham of Boothbay, Me., and of his children still 
shine with uudimmed luster among the descendants in the old 
home town by the sea and wherever the tides of time have widely 
scattered them. 

The children of Benjamin Pinkham and Judith:* 
(4) Ichabod Pinkham, b. Oct. 23 (25), 1741; d. Oct. 21, 1800. 

(See full records in Chapter One of this section.) 
(4) Solomon Pinkham. (See Chapter Two in this section.) 
(4) Benjamin Pinkham, Jr.; m. (first), 1771, Ellen Cartland of 

Bristol, Me.; m. (second), 1774, Rhoda Hutchins of Freetown. 

B. F. Greene, Boothbay Harbor, Me.: "No further records 

found." 
(4) Nathaniel Pinkham, b. Boothbay, Me., Dec. 7, 1751; d. Aug. 

* Note.— Tbe children of Benjamin Pinkham and Judith should be num- 
bered (5); and the generation mark in parentheses before each descendant 
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4, 1734; m. Martha Cartland, b. May 1, 1753; d. Nov. 14, 1825. 
(See full records, Chapter Three.) 
(4) Rhoda Pinkham; probably m., 1777r Benjamin J. Billings. 
(4) Sarah Pinkham, d. 1796; m., 1780, William Lewis. 
(4) Calvin Pinkham; probably m., 1780, Elizabeth Barter; daugh- 
ter of Joseph Barter; family records at Boothbay, Me.: "March 
14, 1800, Calvin Pinkham signed a petition for a Baptist church 
at Boothbay, Me." 

(5) Samuel Pinkham, b. April 18, 1782; lived Barter's Island, 
Boothbay, Me.; m., 1801, Eunice Kenny. 
(6) Catherine Pinkham, b. 1802. 
(6) Elvira Pinkham, b. 1804. 
(6) Apphia Pinkham, b. 1807. 
(6) Alfred Pinkham, b. 1809. 
(6) Margaret Pinkham, b. 1811. 
(6) Thomas Pinkham, b. 1814. 
(6) William Pinkham, b. 1817. 
(5) Abigail Pinkham, b. April 16, 1784. 

(5) Andrew Pinkham, b. Aug. 21, 1786; d. Jan. 2, 1825; lived 
Barter's Island, Boothbay, Me.; m., 1806, Mary Bickford. 
(6) Julian Pinkham, b. 1808. 
(6) Louisa Pinkham, b. 1812. 
(6) Betsy Pinkham, b. 1814. 
(6) Patty Pinkham, b. 1817. 
(6) Willard Pinkham, b. 1819. 
(6) Hannah Pinkham, b. 1823. 
(5) Elizabeth Pinkham, b. June 14, 1790. 

(5) Lydia Pinkham, b. Sept. 30, 1792; m., 1811, Thomas Wil- 
liams. 
(5) Nathan Pinkham, b. April 30, 1794; m., 1811, Charlotte 

Young of Alua, Me. 
(5) Judith Pinkham, b. Sept. 7, 1796; m., 1820, David Austin. 
(5) John Pinkham, b. March 25, 1801. 



CHAPTER ONE. 

BECOBDS OF ICHABOD PINKHAM OF BOOTHBAY, ME. 

(4) Ichabod Pinkham, b. Dover, N. H., Oct. 23 (25), 1741; d. 
Oct. 21, 1800; m., 1766, Mercy (Marsy in old records), Cart- 
land (Catlin), b. Aug. 28, 1746; d. July 10, 1821 (1824). 
F. B. Greene, Boothbay Harbor, Me.: "He lived where David 
A. Reed does; he was a leading character in the town; very 
active in the Revolutionary contest; held a captain's commission; 
had much to do in town affairs (see closing chapter of Boothbay 
History); his estate was estimated at $5,200.55; by will he gave 
to his son Benjamin Pinkham the farm of 47 acres; this was 
south of B. M. Giles' house on the east side of the road, at the 
top of the hill; the house was burned many years ago; to Ichabod 
Pinkham, Jr., he gave the homestead of his father, the Clisby 
place; to his son Nathan he gave the place where the late Jason 
Pinkham lived." 

Ichabod t*inkham was one of the committee of building the 
first Congregational parsonage. Feb. 4, 1775, Ichabod Pinkham 
was chosen one of the Committee of Correspondence and Safety in 
regard to the impending Revolutionary War. Later on he was 
instructed "to arrange for the newspapers and take the best 
measures to have them conveyed to the town." In 1782 Ichabod 
Pinkham, with John Daws and William Reed, were a Committee 
to look after the quantity of ammunition furnished by the Gen- 
eral Court, and also to inspect the cannon and small arms." 
Captain Ichabod Pinkham was commissioned first lieutenant, Cap- 
tain McFarland's Company, Colonel Jones' Regiment (the Second 
Boothbay Company and Third Lincoln County Regiment), May 
8, 1776. He was also appointed captain of a detachment at 
Boothbay, Me., in sea coast defense one month from March 3, 
1780; paid by resolve of Oct. 2, 1781. 

The will of Ichabod Pinkham, from Lincoln County, Me., pro- 
bate records: 

"In the name of God, Amen. I, Ichabod Pinkham, of Boothbay, 
in the County of Lincoln and Commonwealth of Mass., gentleman, 
being weak of body but of perfect mind and memory, blessed be 
God for the same; do make and publish this my last will and 
testament in manner and form following. That is to say, 

"First; I bequeath to my oldest son Benjamin Pinkham, 47 
acres of land where he now dwells. 

"Second; I give to my sou, Ichabod Pinkham, the farm where 
he now resides, which formerly belonged to my late father, Ben- 
jamin Pinkham, with the buildings thereon, reserving, however, 
a road to the highway to the saw and grist mills where the same 
will be most convenient, he the said Ichabod paying unto my eld- 
est daughter, Mary Adams, or her order, $200.00, within two years 
after my decea.se. 

"Thirdly; I give unto my son Nathaniel Pinkham, the whole 
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of Ruth and Ann Kennedy, he, the said Nathaniel, paying within 
two years after my decease, $100.00 to my beloved wife, Marcy 
Pinkham; the above devises of lands to my said sons, the above 
conditions being performed, to be to them, their heirs & assigns, 
forever. 

"Fourthly; I give and order unto my oldest daughter, Mary 
Adams, one hundred dollars to be paid within one year after 
my decease. 

"Fifthly; I give to my daughter Sally one hundred dollars to 
be paid her within one year after my decease. 

"Sixthly; I give to my daughter Polly one hundred dollars to 
be paid within two years after my decease. 

"Seventhly; I give to my daughter Patty one hundred dollars 
to be paid within four years after my decease. 

"Eightly; my will is that my youngest daughter Betsey be 
maintained and supported out of the remainder of my estate, 
during her natural life. 

"Ninthly; I also give & bequeath to my sons Benjamin and 
Nathaniel one half of my salt marsh & upland adjoining the 
same, laying on Wild cat meadow creek, so called, equally be- 
tween them, they the said Benjamin and Nathaniel, or either of 
them, keeping in good repair the fence around the whole marsh, 
during the natural life of my said wife, their mother. 

"Tenthly; I give and bequeath unto my beloved wife, Marcey 
Pinkham, the whole, rest and residue of my whole estate, real 
and personal, let the same be found where it may, during her 
natural life, she paying my just debts, and providing for my 
said youngest daughter, Betsey, as aforesaid, and at the decease 
of my said wife my will is that the whole estate then remaining, 
after making provision for Betsy, as aforesaid, be equally di- 
vided amongst my surviving children. 

"Eleventh and lastly: I appoint my son Benjamin Pinkham 
and my beloved wife Marcey Pinkham to be my sole executor & 
executrix of this my last will & testament, hereby revoking all 
former wills by me made. 

"In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this 
fifteenth day of October, in the year of our Lord, one thousand 
eight hundi'ed. 

"ICHABOD Pinkham (Seal) 

"Signed, sealed, published & declared by the above named 
Ichabod Pinkham to be his last will and testament in the pres- 
ence of us who have hereunto subscribed our names as witnesses 
in the presence of the testator, 

"Wm. McCobb, Nathan'l Pinkham, Martha Pinkham." 

Probated 25 Nov., 1800. Inventory by John Leishman, John 
Emerson and Jonathan Sawyer, all of Boothbay, 1801, $5,260.55. 

if * * * * 

Children of Ichabod Pinkham and Mercy Cartland: 
(5) Joseph Pinkham, b. May 28, 1767; "drowned at Montsweag, 
Oct. 15, 1785." 

* * * * * 

(5) John Pinkham, b. Dec. 6, 1769; d. Jan. 10, 1778. 

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174 PINKHAM GENEALOGY, 

(5) Capt. Benjamin Piukham, b. Oct. 17, 1770; d. Feb. 7, 
1835; resided at North Boothbay, Me.; accumulated a large 
property for those times; he had an interest in the Damaris- 
cotta shipyards; for several years he was the largest taxpayer 
in the town. He gave to each of his children a farm and home; 
to John Pinkham, 2d, the homestead; to Martha, the money to 
buy a place in Dresden, Me.; to Mary Carlisle, the Welch farm 
at Dover; to Abigail Murray, the farm of the late John Mur- 
ray; to Sarah Reed, the farm where James A. Reed now lives; 
to Mary C. Adams, the David A. Reed farm; to Cynthia Adams, 
the Paul Giles farm; ni., 1791, Abigail Giles, b. Aug. 3, 1765; d. 
Dec. 18, 1848; daughter of Joseph Giles. B. F. Green gives 
the children in the following order: 

(6) Capt. John Pinkham, 2d, b. Sept. 7, 1793; d. May 16, 1866; 
lived on his father's homestead at Boothbay Center, Me.; mas- 
ter mariner; owner of shipyards; m., 1818, Julia Thompson, 
b. July 23, 1799; d. Sept. 21, 1871; daughter of Samuel Thomp- 
son and Mary Reed; granddaughter of Joseph Thompson and 
Elizabeth Andi-ews. 

(7) Mary Ann Pinkham, b. Dec. 16, 1818; d. Nov. 21, 1892; m. 
Deacon Paul Giles, b. Boothbay, Me., March 10, 1814; son of 
Samuel Giles and Elizabeth Sherman. B. F. Greene: "His 
home is the place that Samuel Adams settled upon and 
cleared. He has been throughout a long and useful career, 
a man of sincere religious convictions, as well as one ac- 
tively engaged in business, and always taking a keen inter- 
est in the welfare of the town. His farm has been well 
tilled, and, as a contracting carpenter, he has erected more 
buildings than any other who has lived in his locality; his 
mind is remarkably clear, and he has been very helpful in 
historical matters." 
(8) Mary Elizabeth Giles, b. May 26, 1840; m. James F. 

Matthews. 
(8) John Pinkham Giles, b. July 31, 1841; unm.; resides at 

home. 
(8) Charles E. Giles, b. Oct. 14, 1843; resides Providence, R. 
I.; for several years he has held the responsible position of 
engineer of the Corliss Steam Engine Co.; m., 1868, Julia 
M. DoUoff; daughter of Benaiah Dolloff and Clarissa 
Seavey. 
(9) Harry M. Giles; resides Cambridgeport, Mass.; m. Clara 

D. Yeans. 
(9) Charles F. Giles; resides Providence, R. I.; m. Mary E. 

McCarty. 
(9) Sue Cousens Giles. 
(9) George Corliss Giles. 
(9) Maria Julia Giles. 

(8) Lydia Ann Giles, b. Nov. 16, 1845; m. W. Irving Adams. 
(8) Julia E. Giles, b. April 14, 1848; m. Augustus Chamber- 
lain of Boston, Mass. 
(8) Albion P. Giles, b. Aug. 7, 1851; has long held respon- 
sible positions with ice companies; in 1905 was transferred 
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175 



m. (first), 1874, Belle Lewis, daughter of Isaac Lewis; 
m. (second). 1879, Mary E. Lewis, daughter of Isaac L; 
she d. Aug. 22, 1904. 
(8) Franklin L. Giles, b. Nov. 21, 1857; d. Feb. 21, 1873. 
(8) Nellie C. Giles, b. Feb. 22, 1860; d. Feb. 20, 1882; m. Wil- 
liam Baker. 

(9) Perley E. Baker; in U. S. Navy. 
(7) John Pinkham, b. Sept. 25, 1820; d. Feb. 15, 1846; m. in 
Jefferson, Me., Margery Adams; daughter of Samuel Adams. 
(8) John Henry Pinkham, b. Feb. 3, 1843; m., 1866, Margaret 

McDougall; deceased; daughter of William McDougall. 
(8) Sarah E. Pinkham, b. May 22, 1845; deceased; unm. 
(7) Julia Pinkham, b. July 17, 1822; m. Bainbridge Reed, b. 
Boothbay, Me., March 9, 1819; resided East Boothbay, Me. 
(8) Quite a large family. 
(7) Abigail Pinkham, b. Nov. 15, 1825; d. Jan. 24, 1888; m., 
1845, Osgood Reed, b. April 17, 1821; d. Jan. 22, 1891; farmer 
at Back River, Boothbay, Me.; son of John Reed and Eunice 
Tebbetts. 

(8) Izora E. Reed; m. Albert Wheeler. 
(8) Franklin M. Reed; resides on the homestead. 
(8) Ada A. Reed. 
(8) Wilmot O. Reed; deceased. 
(8) Russell Reed; deceased. 
(8) Jeannette Reed; m. George Kenney. 
(7) Benjamin Pinkham, b. March 22, 1830; d. 1845. 
(7) Martha Ellen Pinkham, b. Oct. 16, 1832; resided in the 
West; m. a Mr. Cunningham. 
(8) Son. 

(7) Emilv R. Pinkham, b. May 12, 1835; m., 1863, Thomas 
Blake, "b. Boothbay, Me., Sept. 23, 1826; resides Boothbay 
Me.; son of Jeremiah Blake and Alice Hodgdon. 
(8) Nellie Atwood Blake. (8) Benjamin A. (8) Millard F. 

(8) Margaret E. (8) Emma A. (8) Gertrude. 
(7) Margaret E. Pinkham, b. Dec. 13, 1837; m. John L. Den- 
nett of Maiden, Mass. 
(8) Twins; son deceased; Dorothy Ella. 
(7) Osborne Pinkham, b. Feb. 4, 1843; d. Aug. 21, 1874; pri- 
vate. Company E, Fourth Maine Regiment, Civil War; m., 
1869, Julia E. Hodgdon. 
(8) Mabel Pinkham; unm. 

(7) Capt. Benjamin E. Pinkham, b. June 11, 1845; resides 
Boothbay Harbor, Me.; m., 1874, Abbie J. Lewis; daughter 
of G. W. Lewis. 

(8) Ethel 'M. Pinkham. (8) Marian L. (8) Ella. (8) Grace. 
(8) Arthur Lewis Pinkham; student in Bates College, class 
of 1900. 
(6) Martha Pinkham, b. Feb. 8, 1795; m., 1814, Joel Thomp- 
son; lived Augusta, Me.; then settled in Dresden, Me. 
(7) Children. 
(6) Capt. Benjamin Pinkham, b. Jan. 11, 1797; d. at the West 

Indies, 1821; unm. 
(6) Mercy Pinkham, b. Oct. 28, 1798; d. July 6, 1871; m., 1818, 
William Carlisle, b. Boothbay, Me., Nov. 26, 1797; d. April 4, 



176 PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 

1893 (95y.); he was an influential citizen who took a great 
interest in the town affairs; a prominent member of the Ma- 
sonic order; sou of Joseph Carlisle. 
(7) Benjamin Carlisle, b. Nov. 14, 1818. 
(7) Phoebe Carlisle, Nov. 27, 1820; m. Ephraim Pinkham. 
(7) Charles Carlisle, b. Sept. 7, 1822; d. March 4, 1872; m., 

1847, Eliza Lewis. 
(7) Martha J. Carlisle, b. Oct. 10, 1824; m. Mr. Young; settled 

in California. 
(7) Abigail Carlisle, b. Dec. 24, 1826; m. Nathan S. Baker. 
(7) Willis Carlisle, b. Dec. 24, 1829; d. Sept. 11, 1853; unm. 
(7) Albion Carlisle, b. April 14, 1832; d. April 13, 1853. 
(7) Franklin Carlise, b. May 24, 1834; m. (first), Louisa 
Seleg; m. (second), Mrs. Mary A. Wylie; m. (third), Mrs. 
Martha L. Pinkham. 
(7) Jason Carlisle, b. Oct. 1836; carpenter; m. Arvilla T. Orne. 
(7) Alva Carlisle, b. Jan. 29, 1841; d. Feb. 25, 1863. 
(6) Abigail Pinkham, b. Nov. 19, 1800; d. Aug. 10, 1881; m., 
Jan. 28, 1830 (1829), John Murray, b. East Boothbay, Me.; d. 
April 23, 1893; buried Boothbay Center, Me. 
(7) Charles N. Murray, b. Dec. 18, 1830; d. Sept. 5, 1847. 
(7) James Murray, b. July 16, 1832; d. Sept. 29, 1894; m., 
Dec. 27, 1860, William B. Tebbetts, who d. Dec. 29, 1862. 
(8) Mary Williams Tebbetts, b. Aug. 11, 1862; m., Oct. 16, 
1881, John A. Burke. 
(9) Sadie Ella Burke, b. Nov. 21, 1882. 
(9) Charles Tebbetts Burke, b. May 11, 1885. 
(9) Orilla Clarke Burke, b. Jan. 18, 1887. 
(9) Leonard John Burke, b. Oct. 17, 1888. 
(9) Alice Jane Burke, b. March 7, 1891. 
(7) Mary E. Murray, b. Jan. 29, 1834; m., March 12, 1862, 
Franklin H. Blake, b. Oct. 31, 1831. 
(8) John E. Blake, b. Oct. 31, 1863. 
(8) Willis E. Blake, b. Feb. 26, 1866; d. Aug. 27, 1867. 
(8) Orville Clarke Blake, b. May 10, 1867; m., Dec. 15, 1891, 
Georgia Alice Adams. 

(9) Lucretia Estelle Blake, b. March 24, 1893. 
(8) Joseph T. Blake, b. Nov. 9, 1870; m., Nov. 22, 1893, An- 
nie Robert Reed. 

(9) Velma Albia Blake, b. Sept. 5, 1894. 
(9) Marie Reed Blake, b. Feb. 11, 1896. 
(6) Cynthia Pinkham, b. June 7, 1803; deceased; m., 1822, 
David Adams, 2d. 
(7) Mercy Ann Adams; deceased. 
(8) Son. 

(7) Martha Adams; m. Mr. Bradley. 
(7) Mary Adams; unm. 
(7) David Adams; m. Emily Adams. 
(7) Julia Adams; xn. 
(7) Sarah Adams; m. Churchill. 
(8) Two children. 
(6) Capt. Paul Giles Pinkham, b. Aug. 31, 1805; d. Aug. 23, 
1870 (65y.); in his earlier years he was a captain to foreign 
ports; later on a master rigger, having charge of work in 



PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 177 

yards at West Damariscotta and East Boothbay (Me.); fol- 
lowed the sea about 18 years; master rigger 27 years; buried 
in Boothbay Center (Me.) cemetery; m. (first), Nov. 23, 
1830, Martha Adams, b. Jan. 2, 1811; d. Oct. 1, 1856 (45y.); 
daughter of David Adams and Mercy Pinkham; m. (second), 
Oct. 10, 1858, Mrs. Cordelia (Reed) Kelley; widow of Benja- 
min Kelley, who was b. April 18, 1824 ; daughter of Capt. 
Henry Reed and Miriam Carlisle. 
(7) David Adams Pinkham, b. Boothbay Harbor, Me., June 12, 
1832; carpenter; postofBce address, Haley, Me.; m., 1857, 
Martha Susan Blake, b. July 6, 1836; daughter of Jerry 
Blake and Alice Hodgdon. 
(8) Stephen Pinkham; d. at two years. 
(8) Mary Alice Pinkham; m. Dennis McGown. 

(9) Seven children. 
(8) Lillian Pinkham; unm. 

(8) Abbie Pinkham; resides South Gardiner, Me.; m. Mr, 
Wyman. 
(9) Daughter. 
(8) Alfred Pinkham. 
(7) William Carlisle Pinkham, b. Dec. 1, 1834; carpenter, 
farmer and joiner; m., Feb. 24, 1861, Christiana E. Giles, b. 
May 31, 1836; d. April 4, 1900; no children. 
(7) Paul Giles Pinkham, b. May 14, 1838; d. Oct. 6, 1843 

(1853). 
(7) Rufus Pinkham, b. May 1, 1840; d. Sept. 14, 1843. 
(7) Mercy Abigail Pinkham, b. July 29, 1842; resides 168 
North Street, Bath, Me.; m., Nov. 27, 1875, William A. Lar- 
rabee, b. Wales, Me., Feb. 26, 1848; ship carpenter; son of 

John Larrabee and Susannah . 

(8) George Larrabee, b. Sept. 8, 1876; job printer at Bath, 

Me.; m., Dee. 1, 1897, Annie Webster of West Bath, Me. 
(8) Helen May Larrabee, b. Jan. 5, 1899. 
(7) Osgood Reed Pinkham, b. March 25, 1845; d. March 5, 
1862; he died 50 miles from Ship Island on a government 
steamer; enlisted Dec. 9, 1861, in the Fourteenth Maine 
Regiment, Company E. 
(7) Mary Frances Pinkham, b. Oct. 29, 1847; resides 70 Cres- 
cent Avenue, Chelsea, Mass.; m., June 23, 1880, Lincoln A. 
Larrabee, b. Durham, Me., 1847; son of William Larrabee 
and Susan Sawyer; no children, 
(7) Margaret Holton Pinkham, b. North Boothbay, Me., July 
20, 1852; resides Boothbay, Me.; m., Jan. 12, 1876, Silas 
Eugene Huff, b. June 8, 1855; son of Joseph Huff and Eliza 



(8) Vinnie Evelyn Huff, b. Friday, Sept. 20, 1876; m., May 4, 
1898, Riley E. Lane, b. Bristol, Me., Aug. 12, 1874; son of 

Thomas Lane and Maria . 

(9) Russell Elton Lane, b. Jan. 27, 1901. 
(8) Nettie May Huff, b. Sept. 2, 1887; d. Oct. 17, 1887. 
(7) Martha Antoinette Pinkham, b. Oct. 7, 1854; resides West- 
minster, Mass.; resided In Bath, Me., 1854-70; Chelsea, 
Mass., 1870-90; East Boston, Mass., 1890-1901; Westmin- 



178 PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 

ster, Mass., since 1901; m., Sept. 11, 1890, Clifford A. Ray- 
mond, b. Westminster, Mass., March 7, 1854; retired; son of 
A. A. Raymond and Mary M. Goodnow. 
(8) Emory J. Raymond, b. June 1, 1894. 
Children of second marriage of Capt. Paul Giles Pinkham: 
(7) Paul Gilnian Pinkham, b. Sept. 12, 18G0; d. March 27, 1863. 
(7) Henry Leland Pinkham, b. Dec. 18, 1861; d. Feb. 19, 1864. 
(7) Marcel ia Mariam Pinkham, b. July 17, 1868; trained nurse 

in the Worcester (Mass.) City Hospital; unm. 
(7) Paulia Gilman Pinkham, b. Dec. 6, 1870; resides Boothbay 
Harbor, Me. 
(6) Sarah Pinkham (twin), b. Aug. 31, 1805; d. Dec. 24, 1878; 
m., 1828, Capt. John Reed, 3d, b. Aug. 19, 1805; d. Feb., 1879; 
lived where James A. Reed now does at Pleasant Cove. 
(7) Cynthia Reed, b. Nov. 28, 1828; deceased; m. Frederick 
Montgomery. 
(8) Girlde Montgomery. 

(8) Vesta Montgomery; m. G. E. Boyd of Boothbay; no chil- 
dren. 
(7) James Reed, b. Dec. 5, 1830; resides North Boothbay, Me.; 
m. Lucy A. Brown and settled in Damariscotta, Me. 
(8) James D. Reed; in New Orleans, La. 
(8) Son. 
(7) Benjamin Reed, b. April 3, 1833; d. 1869; m. Frances 
Kelley, who d. Jan. 28, 1863. 

(8) Celia Reed; m. George Dunton; lives Bath, Me. 
(7) John Edward Reed, b. June 19, 1835; "resides Washing- 
ton; settled in California; m. Hattie Sherman." 
(8) Children. 
(7) Sarah Abbie Reed, b. June 19, 1837; m. Isaac Webber of 
Boothbay, Me.; resides St. Lawrence Street, Portland, Me. 
(8) Two sons and two daughters. 
(7) Lydia A. Reed, b. Nov. 25, 1839; m. Stephen Morrill of 

Gray, Me.; no children. 
(7) Julia A. Reed, b. Feb. 16, 1842; m. George A. Morrill of 
Gray, Me. 
(8) Children. 
(7) Marietta Reed, b. June 12, 1844; I'esides Gray, Me.; unm. 
(7) Josephine Reed, b. June 8, 1847; m. Claude H. Sherman. 
(7) Eugene A. Reed, b. Jan. 29, 1856; m. Nellie Henley. 
(6) Mary C. Adams, b. Aug. 24, 1809; d. July 7, 1884 (75y.) ; 
m., Sept. 9, 1829, James Adams, b. Boothbay, Me., Nov. 7, 
1807; d. June 29, 1840; shipbuilder; son of David R. Adams 
and Mercy Pinkham (daughter of Ichabod Pinkham*). 
(7) Paul Pinkham Adams, b. June 10, 1830; resides East 
Boothbay, Me.; m. Mary E. McDougald. 
(8) Walter S. Elmer L. Christie B. 
(7) Zina H. Adams, b. 1832; "deceased; two daughters." 
(7) Olive F. Adams, b. 1834. 

(7) James Edward Adams, b. Nov. 9, 1836; d. Revere, Mass., 
Dec. 31, 1885; carpenter and contractor at Revere, Mass.; 
m. (first), in Boothbay, Me., Sept. 19, 1859, Sylvia Clesby, b. 
Boston, Mass., Feb. 14, 1838; d. Feb. 23, 1861; daughter of 
Eben Clesby and Charlotte T. Sherman; m. (second), Jan. 1, 



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1866, Christine Beck, b. Boston, Mass., March 4, 1844; no 
children of second marriage. 
Child of first marriage: 

(8) Ida May Adams, b. Aug. 3, 1859; resides Revere, Mass.; 
graduated from Shurtleff Grammar School, Revere, Mass., 
1873; from Chelsea (Mass.) High School, 1877; a faithful 
teacher in Revere, Mass., since graduation. 
(7) Lucius B. Adams, b. 1837; "deceased; unm." 
(7) Levi W. Adams, b. 1839. 
(7) Mary Adams; d. young. 

(5) Ichabod PInkham, Jr., b. Feb. 20, 1772; d. Jan. 23, 1851; m. 
(first), 1792, Betsy Cunningham, b. Bdgecomb, Me.; m. (sec- 
ond), Feb. 2, 1794, by Squire Nichols, Lucy Hunt of Bdgecomb, 
Me., who lived to be 100 years old. 
Children of second marriage: 

(6) Sally Pinkham, b. Feb. 8, 1795; d. about 1825; unm. 
(6) James Pinkham, b. Nov. 7, 1796; d. May 11, 1861; engaged 
in the coasting business; m., 1825, Hepsibah Sawyer of Saw- 
yer's Island, Me. 

(7) Mary Jane Pinkham, b. Bath, Me., March 13, 1827; re- 
sides Boothbay Harbor, Me.; m., Sept. 6, 1849, by Rev. J. C. 
Prince, John Farnham, 2d, b. Boothbay, Me., Sept. 24, 1824; 
fisherman; son of Joseph Farnham. 

(8) Mary A. Farnham, b. Sept. 29, 1851; d. March 24, 1889 
(37y.) ; m. Edward J. Hutchinson of Lynn, Mass.; deceased; 
painter. 

(9) Jennie P. Hutchinson, b. Nov. 18, 1871; d. April 7, 1895. 
(9) "Winnie Hutchinson, b. Oct. 26, 1873; d. Oct. 24, 1874. 
(9) Edward J. Hutchinson, b. Jan. 24, 1877; resides Booth- 
bay Harbor, Me. 
(8) John F. Farnham, b. Dec. 21, 1855; carpenter; m., June 
17, 1877, Emma C. Foster of Bristol, Me. 
(9) William A. Farnham. (9) Gertrude M. Farnham. (9) 
Angle M. Farnham. 
These children live in Belgrade, Me.: 

(8) Emma J. Farnham, b. May 3, 1856; d. Sept. 9, 1894 
(38y.); m., 1876, Marshall Ames; farmer of Belgrade, Me. 
(9) Winnie Ames, b. July 20, 1885. 
(8) Sarah M. Farnham, b. Jan. 10, 1859; d. Sept. 24, 1874 

(15y. 3m.). 
(8) Harriet Ann Farnham, b. Oct. 7, 1871; resides Boothbay 
Harbor, Me.;.m., Dec. 16, 1884, Samuel Smith, b. Shel- 
burne. Nova Scotia, Aug. 16, 1854; fisherman; son of Frank- 
lin Smith and Mary Ann . 

(9) Mattie E. Smith, b. May 12, 1886. 

(9) Stephen Albion Smith, b. Oct. 8, 1888. 

(9) Abbie Maria Smith, b. March 10, 1891. 

(9) Florence Janet Smith, b. May 9, 1893. 

(9) Geneva Mertis Smith, b. Sept. 7, 1894. 

(9) Percy Alfred Smith, b. June 6, 1898; d. May 10, 1901. 

(9) Leroy Benfred Smith, b. Nov. 30, 1900. 



180 PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 

(8) Martha E. Farnham, b. Oct. 17, 1866; resides 7 Arthur 
Street, Beverly, Mass.; m. H. W. Munsey; shoemaker of 
Beverly, Ma.ss. 

(9) Harry Muusey. (9) Marion. (9) Hazel. 
(9) Myrtle; deceased. 
(8) Alfred M. Farnham, b. Sept. 3, 1851; d. June 24, 1895 
(27y.). 
(7) Ann Maria Pinkham, b. May 24, 1828; resided Lynn, Mass. 
(7) George W. Pinkham, b. 1829; settled in Lynn, Mass.; d. in 

California; m. Mary Rogers of Lynn, Mass. 
(7) James M. Pinkham, b. 1833; resided Lynn, Mass., and 

Portland, Me.; unm. 
(7) Samuel M. Pinkham, b. 1835; deceased; "buried Cape 
Elizabeth, Me.; m. Catherine Magruder. 
(8) Four sons (one William) and two daughters." 
(7) Wealthy G. Pinkham, b. 1838; buried Boothbay Center, 

Me. 
(7) Franklin L. Pinkham, b. 1840; "killed by a fall from aloft 

on a vessel in New York Harbor (20y.)." 
(7) Capt. Alfred Charles Henry Pinkham, b. Boothbay, Me., 
Aug. 11, 1840; lost at sea on a voyage from New York to 
Cuba, July 9, 1885; captain of many vessels, sailing to 
China, Africa and other foreign ports; he followed the sea 
all his life; m., Jan. 5, 1864, Lenora L. Hodgdon, b. Booth- 
bay, Me., Dec. 21, 1838; d. Feb. 10, 1907; resided at Trevett, 
Me., for some time; daughter of Tyler Hodgdon, b. Edge- 
comb, Me., 1788; d. Boothbay, Me., 1862; merchant; m. 
Jerusha Parsons, b. Edgecomb, Me., Sept. 30, 1798; Mr. 
Tyler Hodgdon had five sea-faring sons and seven daugh- 
ters, only one of whom is living. 

(8) Effie Mabel Pinkham, b. May 13, 1865; d. Jan. 29, 1896; 
m., Dec. 2, f885, Capt. Samuel S. Kimball of Boothbay, Me., 
b. Dec. 14, 1862; d. June 2, 1907; son of Albert Kimball and 
Arietta Pinkham; daughter of Luther Pinkham and Anne 



(9) Alfred L. Kimball, b. Aug. 28, 1886; clerk; resides 707 

Figuera Street, Los Angeles, Cal.; unm. 
(8) Eugene Albion Pinkham, b. Dee. 19, 1869; resides 471B 
Dudley Street, Roxbury, Mass.; always followed the sea, 
sailing mostly along the New England coast; unm. 
(8) Howard Alfred Pinkham, b. July 19, 1873; resides 471B 
Dudley Street, Roxbury, Mass.; graduated from Shaw's 
Business College, Feb., 1894; in meat and provision busi- 
ness; m., Nov. 21, 1895, Minnie Belle Welch, b. May 27, 

1876; daughter of Stephen E. Welch and Octavia E. ; 

graduated from Boothbay (Me.) High School. 
(9) Effie Mabel Pinkham, b. Sept. 13, 1896. 
(9) Emery Stephen Pinkham, b. March 29, 1898. 
(9) Alfred Howard Pinkham, b. Sept. 20, 1899. 
(9) Erie Underwood Pinkham, b. Feb. 1, 1901; d. March 4, 

1901. 
(9) Kenneth Adolph Pinkham, b. Feb. 3, 1906. 
(8) Sophie Richardson Pinkham, b. Sept. 9, 1878; resides 



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East Boston, Mass.; m., June 1, 1899, Willis Williams, b. 
Bowdoinham, Me.; engineer on steamers; no children. 
(8) Tyler Hodgdon Pinkham, b. Oct. 7, 1881; d. Oct. 7, 1888. 

(6) Lucy Pinkham, b. Jan. 4, 1798; m. Alonzo Poster White. 

(6) Maria Pinkham, b. Jan. 29, 1801; m. John Jenness of 
Lynn, Mass. 

(6) Ishbosheth Pinkham, b. Aug. 29, 1803; m., 1833, Betsey 
Lewis. 

(6) William M. Pinkham, b. Feb. 10, 1808; d. Sept. 22, 1826. 

(6) Martha Pinkham, b. Aug. 10, 1810; m., 1842, Daniel Hutch- 
ings of Bristol, Me. 

(6) Sawyer Pinkham, b. Feb. 5, 1813; m., 1843, Eliza A. Per- 
kins. 

(6) Charles Fisher Pinkham, b. Feb. 4, 1817; d. Lynn, Mass.; 
also married in Lynn, Mass. 

("All of the above children, numbered (6), except Charles F. 
Pinkham, lived at Boothbay, Center, Me.") 

(5) Capt. Nathaniel Pinkham, fourth child of Ichabod Pinkham 
and Mercy Cartland, b. March 15, 1774; d. Oct. 3, 1857; resided 
at North Boothbay, Me.; he and his wife buried in the Booth- 
bay Center (Me.) Cemetery; m., Dec. 5, 1799, Eliza McFarland, 
b. Boothbay Harbor, Me., July 4, 1780; d. at Boothbay Harbor, 
Me., with her daughter, Mrs. Eliza Sargent, Nov. 17, 1864; 
daughter of Benjamin McFarland, b. Jan. 12, 1750, and prob- 
ably d. 1854; his wife, Margaret Merry, b. June 22, 1760. 
Mrs. J. C. George of Dedham, Mass., sent a very interesting 
sketch of her McFarland ancestors, some of the older records 
being given her by a Mrs. Stowe of Stowe, Mass.: "The McFar- 
land ancester in Maine was John McFarland, born Dublin, Ire- 
land, the son of a Scottish nobleman of a clan of ancient High- 
landers. The family from which this John McFarland was de- 
scended emigrated to Ireland in the reign of James II, 1685-88. 
History says there were 23 McFarland lairds, and that the last of 
these went to America in the early part of the 18th century. This 
may have been our Maine ancestor, who is known as Capt. John 
McFarland (often spelled McFarlane) of Pemaquid, Me. It is not 
known just when or where this ancestor, John McFarland, landed. 
But in the spring of 1725 a contract was made with General 
Waldo, at the Port of St. George, by 27 people, for the settlement 
of themselves and families on the Waldo lands on St. George 
River. The McFarlands were among these, claiming to be 
Scotch-Irish, and were devout Presbyterians. John McFarland 
probably died^l786-'88; after living for some time al Pemaquid, 
Me. His wife, Isabella, died Christmas Day, 1793 (95y.). The 
Clan McFarland is one of the oldest living, deriving their origin 
from the ancient Earls of Lennox." 

This McFarland line is given by B. F. Greene in his History of 
Boothbay, Me., to which town some of the McFarlands seem to 
have moved at an early date: "(1) John McFarland. (2) Eph- 
raim McFarland. (3) Benjamin McFarland, who lived for a time 
on his father's homestead (near Boothbay Harbor), but removed 
to Belfast, Me. He followed the sea." Mr. Greene states that 
this Benjamin McFarland married Margaret Murray. One of the 



182 PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 

grandchildren states clearly that her name was Margaret Merry, 
and that she was born June 22, 1760. Mrs. J. G. George of Ded- 
ham, Mass., gives the following sketch of the romantic history of 
Margaret Merry: 

"The great-grandparents of Margaret Merry were: (1) Dr. 
Henry Hunter and Margaret Stuart. Dr. Henry Hunter was sur- 
geon on an English man-of war. Just before he sailed for 
America a banquet was given in his honor on board the ship. It 
is said that Margaret Stuart dressed in officer's clothing and se- 
cured a place at the banquet, and was afterwards married on 
shipboard to Dr. Hunter. She is buried at Newport, R. I., and the 
stone house which the Hunters built there is still standing. After 
some time she was offered her position as Lady Margaret in the old 
country, but she preferred to remain in America. One of her 
daughters started to visit Scotland, but was lost on the voyage. 
Our line is: (1) Dr. Henry Hunter and Margaret Stuart. (2) 
Annie Hunter, who married a Mr. Tarp. (3) Elizabeth Tarp, 
who married Mr. Merry. (4) Margaret Merry, who married Ben- 
jamin McFarland of Boothbay, Me." 

The following were the children of (3) Benjamin McFarland 
and Margaret Merry: 
(4) Elizabeth McFarland, b. July 4, 1780; m. Capt. Nathaniel 

Pinkham. 
(4) John McFarland, b. April 3, 1785. 

(4) Margaret McFarland, b. July 8, 1788; m. Samuel Wilson. 
(4) Ephraim McFarland, b. Oct. 13, 1791. 

(4) Lydia McFarland, b. March 3, 1794; d. Nov. 22, 1809; "for 
many years the faithful housekeeper in the Weld family of 
Roxbury, Mass. 
(4) Mary McFarland, b. July 6, 1796; d. Wiscassett, Me., Aug. 9, 
1872 (75y.); she united with the Boothbay Center (Me.) 
Church when 16 years old and ever after lived a devout Chris- 
tian life; m. at Belfast, Me., 1821, Thomas Cunningham. 
(4) Sally McFarland, b. April 8, 1799. 

(4) Jane McFarland, b. Aug. 27, 1802; m., 1825, Ezra Cunning- 
ham. 
(4) Benjamin McFarland, Jr., b. Dec. 13, 1805. 

The children of Capt. Nathaniel Pinkham and Elizabeth Mc- 
Farland born in what is now Noi'th Boothby, Me.: 

(6) Thirza Pinkham, b. April 25, 1801; d. Canterbury, Conn., 
April 13, 1885; resided at Camden, Me., for some years; ni. in 
Boothbay, Me., Dec. 30, 1821, Nathaniel Palmer, b. Camden, 
Me., Sept. 1, 1795; d. Nov. 14, 1842; son of Barzillai Palmer, b. 
April 23, 1756; d. May 22, 1829, and Hannah Crooker, b. Jan. 
1, 1775; d. Aug. 6, 1829; these parents lived and died in Cam- 
den, Me.; most of the children of Nathaniel Palmer born in 
Camden, Me. 

(7) Thirza Pinkham Palmer, b. Oct. 10, 1824; d. Lincolnville, 
Me., Jan. 22, 1851; m. Samuel CoUamore. 
(8) Augusta Adelaide Collamore, b. Lincolnville, Me., March 

2, 1844; resides Indian Springs, Fla. 
(8) Ophelia Maria Collamore, b. Lincolnville, Me., Oct. 9, 
1845; d. Jan. 3, 1884; m. Frank Pendleton. 
(9) Several children. 



PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 183 

(8) Lucian Palmer Collamore, b. Oct. 23, 1847; died at sea. 
(9) Daughter, Mrs. Linscott. 
(7) Lucian Palmer, b. Aug. 29, 1824; d. New Orleans, La., of 

yellow fever, Sept. 23, 1848. 
(7) Nancie Palmer, b. Hope, Me., Sept. 5, 1826: resides 1250 
Franklin Street, Oakland, Cal.; m.. May 12, 1850, James Rus- 
selle Glover, b. Viualhaven, Me., April 5, 1824; d. Jan. ^0, 
1901; shipbuilder; went to California, 1858, and was a mmer; 
was U. S. deputy surveyor at the time of his death; son ot 
Capt. John Glover and Martha White. 

(8) Clara Ellen Glover, b. Camden, Me., Sept. 17-1856 re- 
sides 1250 Franklin Street, Oakland, Cal.; m., July 3, 1885, 
in Oakland, Cal., Capt. Ezekiel Alexander, b. North Haven, 
Me Sept 19, 1844; for years captain of a large steamer 
running out of San Francisco, Cal.; son of John Alexander 

and Hannah . Children, b. Oakland, Cal. 

(9) Hattie Coral Alexander, b. Jan. 3, 1887. 
(9) Earle Glover Alexander, b. July 22, 1888. 
(9) Claire Luella Alexander, b. March 6, 1894. „, „ ^ 

(7) Eliza Sargent Palmer, b. March 7, 1829; resides 120 Rob- 
bins Street, Waltham, Mass.; m. in South Thomaston, Me., 
Nov 18 1849, Capt. Josiah Spaulding, b. Thomaston, Me^, 
Dec 29*1825; d. Sept. 22, 1898; studied in schools of South 
Thomaston, Me.; master mariner; son of Josiah Spauldmg 
and Elinor Bartlett of South Thomaston, Me. 
(8) Gilman Etienne Spaulding, h. Rockland, Me., March b, 
1851- resides 166 Doyle Avenue, Providence, R. I.; studied 
in Rockland Me., schools; machinist; lived Rockland, Me., 
until 1871; then moved to Providence, R. L, to learn the 
machinist's trade; there ever since; unm. „ ,onP 

(8) Emma Letitia Spaulding, b. Nov. 8, 1852; d. Jan. 9, 1896; 

studied in Rockland, Me., schools; unm. 
(8) Herbert Henrv Spaulding, b. April 8, 1858; resides 120 
Robbins Street, Waltham, Mass.; graduated from Rock- 
land (Me.) Grammar School and from Plainfield (Conn.) 
Academy; watchmaker; m. in Machias, Me., Dec. 24, 1890, 
Nellie Dow Parker, b. Machias, Me., Aug. 29, 1870; grad- 
uated from Machias (Me.) High School, 1887; from Emer- 
son CoUece of Oratory, Boston, Mass., 1905; daughter of 
Charles Collenwood Parker and Mary Eliza Preble; no 
children. . 

(8) Dr. William Russell Spaulding, b. Nov. 5, 1863; resides 
738 Main Street, Worcester, Mass.; graduated from Plain- 
field (Conn.) Academy, 1880; from Massachusetts College of 
Osteopathy, 1899; physician; lived Canterbury, Conn., 1869- 
'82- Waltham, Mass., 1882-89; Worcester, Mass., 1895- 
1908; m. in Waltham, Mass., Jan. 2, 1890, Hattie Marcia 
Adams, b. Waltham, Mass., Aug. 8, 1862; graduated from 
Dearborn School, Boston, Mass.; daughter of John Mar- 
shall Adams and Laura Goodnow of Waltham and Boston, 
Mass.; no children. 
(7) Harriet Maria Palmer, b. Aug. 12, 1831; d. April 21, 1865, 
at Boothbav, Me.; studied in Camden, Me., schools; she and 
her husband buried in the Boothbay Harbor (Me.) Ceme- 



184 PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 

tery; m., Feb. 23, 18G3, Moses Riggs White, b. Arrowsic, Me., 
Jan. 30, 1818; d. Dec. IG, 1892; studied in scliools of Arrow- 
sic, Me.; house builder and surveyor; sou of John White and 
Mary Riggs. 

(8) Carrie Palmer White, b. Boothbay Harbor, Me., Feb. 14, 
1864; resides 106 North Street, Bath, Me.; graduated from 
Farmington (Me.) Normal School, July 2, 1884; m., Oct. 3, 
1888, Ernest Albert Johnson, b. Bath, Me., Oct. 28, 1860; 
studied in Bath, Me., schools; son of Edward A. Johnson 
and Mary L. Evrard. The Johnsons came from Germany; 
there are four brothers in the store' of Johnson Brothers, 
hardware and ship chandlery. 

(9) Herman Adolph Johnson, b. Nov. 25, 1889; graduated 
from Morse High School, Bath, Me., 1907; student in Bow- 
doin College, class of 1911. 
(9) Harriet Moses Johnson, b. Jan. 9, 1891; graduated from 

Morse High School, Bath, Me., June 21, 1907. ' 
(9) Louise Marie Johnson, b. April 2, 1894; studied Bath, 

Me., schools. 
(9) Ruth Pearl Johnson, b. July 28, 1900; studied Bath, 
Me., schools. 
(7) Margaret Palmer, b. April 21, 1835; d. young. 
(7) S. de Grasse Palmer, b. Oct. 23, 1838; d. young. 
(6) Eliza Pinkham, b. Oct. 16, 1803; d. East Deering, Me., Aug. 
2, 1883; she and her husband buried in Evergreen Cemetery, 
Portland, Me.; m. in Boothbay, Me., April 7, 1831, Stephen 
Sargent, b. Boothbay, Me., Feb. 22, 1806; d. Deering, Me., 
Feb., 1865; moved to Deering, Me., 1865; shipbuilder; son of 
Edward B. Sargent, b. Amesbury, Mass., April 10, 1764; d. 
Boothbay, Me., and of Sarah Parsons, b. Sandy Bay, Cape 
Ann, Mass.; these parents buried Boothbay, Me. 
(7) Weld Sargent, b. June 27, 1832; d. Annapolis, Md., June 
6, 1864, from wounds received at the battle of the Wilder- 
ness; enlisted in Company K, Nineteenth Maine Volunteer 
Infantry, Aug., 1862; uum. 
(7) Edwin Lyman Sargent, b. Oct. 27, 1837; d. Brasher City, 
Miss., May 27, 1863; unm.; clerk in a Boston (Mass.) dry 
goods store. 
(7) Edward Brown Sargent, b. May 10, 1839; resides 25 Ver- 
anda Street, East Deering, Me.; studied in Boothbay, Me., 
schools; ship joiner and carpenter; moved to Westbrook, 
Me., 1865; enlisted Oct. 5, 1864, as lieutenant in fifth com- 
pany unorganized infantry, and Company E, Nineteenth 
Maine Volunteer Infantry; honoi'ably discharged June 9, 
1865, at Washington, D. C; was in the Virginia battles from 
Oct., 1864, to close of the Civil War; m. (first), at South- 
port, Me., June, 1860, Maria Allen, b. 1837; d. 1862; no chil- 
dren; m. (second), Oct. 1, 1864, at Skowhegan, Me., Sarah 
Frances Sevens of Skowhegan, Me., b. July 15, 1857 ; grad- 
uated from Bloomfield (Me.) Academy; daughter of Francis 
Alexas Sevens and Sarah Baker ; no children. 
(7) Oscar Sargent, b. Boothbay, Me., Sept. 5, .1833; d. Oct. 9. 
1870; ship carpenter; m., June 9, 1869, Mary Jane Waite of 
Deering, Me.; this family lived Deering, Me. 



PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 185 

(8) Anna Ella Sargent, b. Maix-h 27, 1872; d. July 29, 1887. 

(8) Florence Evangeline Sargent, b. Aug. 29, 1875; d. Aug. 

27, 1876. 

(7) Eliza Sargent, b. Boothbay, Me., April 29, 1845; resides 14. 

Veranda Street, Deering, Me.; to Deering, Me., 1865; m., 

April 6, 1871, James S. Knight of Deering, Me.; has also 

lived Newark, N. J. 

(8) Stephen E. Knight, b. March 23, 1871; resides Portland, 

Me. ; machinist. 
(8) Harriet F. Knight, b. Oct. 14, 1872; milliner in New Bed- 
ford, Mass. 
(8) Ellen Eliza Knight, b. March 4, 1876; resides New Bed- 
ford, Mass. 
(8) James Frederick Knight, b. April 17, 1877; printer in 

New York City. 
(8) Annie Barker Knight, b. Oct. 21, 1888. 
(6) Capt. Nathaniel Pinkham, Jr., b. Feb. 17, 1806; iost at sea 
Oct., 1866, on the bark W. A. Platmens on the voyage from 
New York City to Aspinwall; he followed the sea from his 
19th year; m., June 29, 1834, Mary Jane Dockendorf, b. 
Bremen, Me., May 20, 1811; lost at sea with husband; daugh- 
ter of Thomas Dockendorf and Mary Lash. (Thomas Dock- 
endorf was born Nov. 30, 1775; died from sunstroke July 19, 
1819, at Staten Island (N. Y.) Hospital; he was master of the 
brig Muscongus; his wife, Mary Lash, was the daughter of 
Paul Lash and Mary Glemmer. This Capt. Thomas Docken- 
dorf was the ninth child of Jacob Dockendorf, who came from 
Germany in one of Waldo's fleets, Sept., 1753, and ni. Mar- 
garet McFarland, daughter of Capt. John McFarland, who 
was commander of the port at that time. It Is said that the 
ancestor, Jacob Dockendorf, had 16 children.) Capt. Nathan- 
iel Pinkham, Jr., and his wife resided at Boofhbay and 
Waldoboro, Me. 
(7) Nathaniel Thomas Pinkham, b. May 1, 1835; d. Nov. 7, 

1836. 
(7) Martha Augusta Pinkham, b. Nov. 7, 1836; d. Boston, 
Mass., Nov. 15, 1904; resided 120 Robinson Street, Wal- 
thani, Mass. "I was born in what is now North Boothbay, 
Me. When I was still a child I went to live at Boothbay 
Harbor; then went to sea for a year. In 1850 went to live 
in Waldoboro, Me.; in 1870 moved to Boston, Mass.; in 1882 
moved to Iowa; in 1897 came East and lived in Boston and 
Waltham, Mass.;" m., Dec. 22, 1854, Lincoln Edwin Achorn, 
b. Waldoboro, Me., Feb. 22, 1839; ship carpenter. 
(8) Randall Lincoln Achorn, b. Waldoboro, Me., Aug. 15, 
1856; d. Acra, on the east coast of Africa, July 5, 1880; 
graduated from the English High School, Boston, Mass.; 
went to sea as a supercargo; unm. 
(8) Dr. Clinton Edwin Achorn, b. Waldoboro, Me., May 27, 
1861; 178 Huntington Avenue, Boston, Mass.; president of 
the A. T. Still Post-Graduate College of Osteopathy; has re- 
sided in Boston, Mass., since July 1, 1897; graduated from 
the Northern School of Osteopathy, Minneapolis, Minn., 
June 1, 1897; m. at Primghar, la., Jan. 11, 1882, Ada Ros- - 



186 PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 

seth Alexander, b. Juda, Green County, Wis., March 1, 1861; 

graduated from the Northern School of Osteopathy, June 1, 

1897; daughter of George Washington Alexander, b. Miami, 

Ohio, and of Ruth Little, b. Oxford, Ind. 

(9) Kendall Lincoln Achorn, b. Primghar, la., Oct. 20, 1882; 

graduated from Harvard University, 1903; from the 

America School of Osteopathy at Knoxville, Mo., Jan. 26, 

1905. 

(7) Edwin Durand Pinkham, b. May 13, 1840; d. March 14, 

1862; photographer; served as a soldier in Civil War. 
(7) Daniel Brainerd Pinkham, b. Aug. 24, 1842; d. Dec. 23, 

1847. 

(7) Nathan Kendall Pinkham, b. Aug. 12, 1846; d. Oct. 4, 1847. 

(6) Margaret Pinkham, b. Feb. 17, 1808; d. Edgecomb, Me., Feb. 

26, 1850; resided New Castle, Me.; "a smart and beautiful 

womaji, beloved by all who knew her;" m., April 7, 1829, Dr. 

John S. Wright. 

(7) Cleveland Wright; deceased; lived in the South; dentist. 
(7) William Wright; in New York City; "on the U. S. gov- 
ernment supply steamer Armenia ; married and has a daugh- 
ter." 
(7) Albert Wright, b. 1842; "teacher in San Francisco, Cal.; 
married and has a son in Brooklyn, N. Y." 
(6) Capt. Jason Pinkham, b. Boothbay, Me., May 24, 1810; d. 
Sept. 30, 1898; resided at Boothbay Harbor, Me. "He was 
probably the oldest resident in Boothbay, Me., at the time of 
his death; he had attained the ripe old age of 88 years. 
• Save his hearing, all his faculties were unimpaired until the 
very la.st. He had never been seriously sick until his last 
illness. He had been living with his daughter, Mrs. Henry 
Dolloff, for the last six years, where he received the most 
faithful care. In early manhood he followed the sea; later 
he settled on the farm known as 'Oak Grove,' on the Wis- 
cassett Road. He had always enjoyetl the confidence and 
esteem of his neighbors, and they bestowed on him all the 
honors at their disposal from time to time. He was select- 
man of Boothbay for eight years; was in the Maine Legis- 
lature, 1861 and 1862. He and his wife were members of the 
Free Will Baptist Church at Boothbay, Me. 'His end was 
peace and his works will follow him.' " M., June 18, 1837, 
Abigail Tebbetts, b. Boothbay, Me., Dec. 13, 1818; d. Aug. 6, 
1893; daughter of Capt. James Tebbetts and Abigail Lewis. 
(7) Willden Pinkham, b. May 4, 1839; resides Missoula, Mont.; 
resided in Boston, Mass., for a number of years; in 1870 
moved to Lindsay, Kan.; in 1875 to Wyoming; 1879, to 
Idaho; to Butte, Mont., 1881; retired merchant; m. (first), 
Sept. 6, 1863, Fi-ances Harriet Ramsdell, b. Lubec, Me., 
Sept. 6, 1836; d. July 28, 1889; daughter of Capt. William 
George Washington Ramsdell, who d. Aug. 25, 1850, and 

Margaret ; m. (second), Sept. 6, 1892, Alice Weath- 

erly, b. Virgo, Ind., 1865; daughter of Lemuel J. Weatherly 
and Elizabeth Strode of Kentucky; no children by second 
marriage. 



PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 187 

Children of first marriage: 

(8) Emmaetta Frances Pinkham, b. Boston, Mass., April 8, 
1866; resides Butte, Mont.; lived Boston, 1866-70; Lind- 
say, Kan., 1870-75; Hillard, Wyo., 1876-78; along the 
Utah Northern Railroad during its construction, 1878-'81; 
Butte, Mont., since then; graduated from St. Mary's Acad- 
emy, Salt Lake City, Utah; m., Oct. 21, 1890, Edward Sher- 
man Booth, b. Keokuk, la., March 24, 1865; graduated from 
Keokuk High School and from Iowa College of Law; attor- 
ney-at-law; admitted to the bar, Des Moines, la., Dec, 
1885; at Ellendale, Dakota, 1886; at Helena, Mont., 1898; 
son of Edwin Clegg Booth, b. Adwalton, England, 182G, and 
of Mary A. Sigsworth, b. Manchester, England, May, 1833; 
these parents m. in Cincinnati, Ohio, and removed to Keo- 
kuk, La., in 1856. 
(9) Iowa Florence Booth, b. Dec. 31, 1891; graduated from 

Butte (Mont.) High School. 
(9) Harriet Anola Booth, b. Feb. 21, 1898; d. Oct. 23, 1904. 
(9) Edwin Wilden Booth, b. Feb. 7, 1907. 
(8) James William Pinkham, b. April 29, 1873, in Lindsay, 
Kan.; most of his life has been spent in Kansas, Wyoming 
and Montana; railroad conductor; married. 
(9) Frances Hazel Pinkham, b. Dec. 17, 1895. 
(7) Gardiner Oilman Pinkham, b. Feb. 3, 1841; d. Oct. 17, 

1855. 
(7) Eliza Emma Pinkham, b. Nov. 27, 1843; resides Boothbay 
Harbor, Me.; studied in Boothbay, Me., schools; m., Feb. 5, 
1878, Charles Henry Dolloff, b. New Hampton, N. H., June 
11, 1834; brick mason; son of Benaiah Dolloff and Clarissa 
Seavey; these parents moved to Boothbay, Me., in 1845; Mr. 
and Mrs. C. H. Dolloff are members of the Congregational 
Church. 
(8) Mertie Emma Dolloff, b. March 18, 1879; graduated from 

Boothbay Harbor (Me.) High School, 1896. 
(8) Charles Benjamin Dolloff, b. Aug. 20, 1888; graduated 
from Boothbay Harbor (Me.) High School, 1905; elec- 
trician. 
(7) Sanford Pinkham, b. Feb. 11, 1846. 
(7) Ozro Pinkham, b. June 20, 1850; d. May 22, 1854. 
(6) Edwin Pinkham, b. Nov. 24, 1812; lost overboard at sea, 

1834. 
(6) Ephraim Pinkham, b. Dec. 8, 1815; d. Southport, Me., Jan. 
19, 1892; moved to Southport, Me., 1849; carpenter; m. in 
Boothbay, Me., July 29, 1841, Phoebe Carlisle, b. Boothbay, 
Me., Nov. 28, 1820; d. Dec. 29, 1872. 

(7) Edward Everett Pinkham, b. July 3, 1843; postmaster at 
W. Southport, Me., some years ; m. at Southport, Me., Hat- 
tie Marr, b. Jan. 19, 1847 ; daughter of Thomas Marr and 

Mary . 

(8) Charlie E. Pinkham, m. Izetta Brewer. 
(8) Laura Pinkham. 
(7) Sidney Pinkham, b. Boothbay, Me., Feb. 9, 1845; for some 
years the keeper of Sequin (Me.) light; resided 24 West 



188 PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 

23cl Street, New York City; dealer in weather strips, metal 
window screens, etc. ; m. twice ; wives dead ; no children. 
(7) Mary Elizabeth Piukham, b. Boothbay, Me., June 16, 1848; 
d. Bath, Me., April 28, 1898 ; m. Philip Marr of Bath, Me. ; 
no children. 
(7) Willis Herbert Pinkham, b. Boothbay Center, Me., May 
5, 1853; resides 4 Beacon Street, Maiden, Mass.; studied in 
the schools of Boothbay and Southport, Me.; his early, life 
was spent at sea; then learned the carpenter's trade of his 
father and went to Boston, Mass.; worked there a few years 
and then became an electrician, serving a three years' 
course with the General Electric Company; head electrician 
at the Ames Building, Boston, Mass., from 1890 to 1901; be- 
came superintendent of the Weld Building, Boston, Mass.; 
m. at Maiden, Mass., Nov. 11, 1885, Gertrude A. Tupper, b. 
Cornwallis, Nova Scotia, April 2, 1864; daughter of Isaac W. 
Tupper, b. 1824 (cousin of Sir Charles Tupper), and Ruby 

A. . 

(8) Hubert Piukham, b. Sept. 11, 1886. 
(8) Netta Piukham, b. Dec. 2, 1888. 
(8) Harold Pinkham, b. July 14, 1891. 
(8) Gladys Pinkham, b. May 28, 1896. 

(7) Clara Ella Pinkham, b. Boothbay, Me., May 4, 1857; re- 
sides Pemaquid Light Station, Me. ; m., Jan. 1, 1879, Clar- 
ence Eugene Marr, b. Southport, Me.. May 12, 1852 ; light 
keeper ; son of James Marr and Catherine Westman of 
Bath, Me. 
(8) Estelle Catherine Marr, b. May 3, 1880; m., July 13, 1895, 

Edward Hollis Pierce; keeper of Doubling Point Range 

Light Station, Bath, Me. 
(8) Ida Belle Marr, b. July 28, 1882; m., June 8, 1900, Seth 

Leonard Buker ; barber at Boothbay Harbor, Me. 
(9) Clara Louise Buker, b. Dec. 28, 1902. 
( 8 ) Alberta Maddocks Marr, b. Sept. 9, 1888 ; graduated from 

Lincoln Academy, Newcastle, Me., June, 1906 ; student in 

Bates College, Lewiston, Me. 
(7) Merritt P. Pinkham, b. Southpor,t Me., Nov. 16, 1861; ad- 
dress Bath, Me.; keeper of Sequin (Me.) Light Station, 
1889. for nearly eight years; since 1898 keeper of Doubling 
Point Light Station, near Bath, Me.; m. (first), Nov. 27, 
1886, Mary C. Marr, b. May 9, 1866; d. March 24, 1899, 
studied in Southport, Me., schools ; daughter of Jere- 
miah Marr and Catherine Westman, both of Southport, Me.; 
m. (second), Oct. 3, 1900, Isa C. Stinson, b. Wiscassett, Me., 
March 1, 1880; attended Wiscassett, Me., schools; daughter 
of David G. Stinson and Abby Chesley of Wiscassett, Me. 
Children of first marriage: 

(8) Mabel Phoebe Pinkham, b. Aug. 19, 1887; studied in 

schools of Arrowsic, Me.; graduated from Bath (Me.), Gram- 
mar School and Shaw's Business College, Portland, Me. ; 

resides 109 Coney Street, Augusta, Me. ; stenographer 

three years. 
(8) Earle Marr Pinkham, b. July 17, 1890; will graduate 

from Morse High School, Bath, Me., 1909. 



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Child of second marriage: 

(8) Fred Dana Pinkham, b. Oct. 2, 1901. 
(6) Lydia Ann Pinkham, b. Nov. 23, 1819; d. Boston, Mass., 
Jan. 3, 1899; attended setiools of Boothbay, Me.; resided in 
Boston, Mass., 1849-99; m., April 9, 1843, Prescott Barker, 
b. Westmoreland, N. H., Sept. 7, 1811; d. Oct. 13, 1876; stud- 
ied in Westmoreland, N. H., schools; for a short time clerk in 
the Stephen Barker store, Keene, N. H.; dry goods merchant 
in Boston, Mass., about 30 years; Barker & Mann; son of 
Benjamin Barker and Abigail Babbett. 

(7) Benjamin Prescott Barker, b. Boston, Mass., Feb. 25, 1858; 
graduatec> from Chauncey Hall School, Boston, 1875; has 
been an insurance broker over 20 years; in the last seven 
years in business for himself at 40 State Street, Boston, 
Mass.; m., June 18, 1902, Nettie Florence Cosman, b. Mill- 
stream, Kings County, New Brunswick, Nov. 11, 1875; 
daughter of John Gorham Cosman and Sarah A. Bell. 
(6) Mary Jane Pinkham, b. Dec. 24, 1823; resided many years 
at Dedham, Mass.; now at Maiden, Mass.; m., Aug. 13, 1852, 
Hezekiah Smith George, b. Haverhill, Mass., March 21, 1806; 
d. Feb. 3, 1892; son of Hezekiah George and Mary Tyler. He 
was a shoe manufacturer. Obituary: "One of our oldest and 
best known citizens has passed away. In his younger days he 
was a shoe manufacturer and was in business in the trouble- 
some times af 1837. For some time connected with prominent 
firms and then in business for himself. Did a large business 
in the old Masonic building. Also did business in Lynn, Mass. 
He was among the earliest, if not the first to introduce pegged 
shoes for women's wear. He was one of 15 children, nine 
of whom grew up. He was a good citizen and an upright 
and honorable man. Funeral services held at the Unitarian 
Church." 

(7) Helen Frances George, b. June 12, 1856; m. Leon Edwin 
Jerome, b. Liverpool, England, June 23, 1860 ; surgeon on 
steamers. 
(7) Franklin Prescott George, b. Oct. 7, 1863; d. July 7, 1867. 
(6) Benjamin Franklin Pinkham, b. June 1, 1824; d. New York 
City, March 22, 1897; unm. Sketch from the Sea and Land 
MontUly, New York City: 
"On March, 1897, Trustee B. F. Pinkham passed away. His life 
was so fruitful and faithful, yet so unassuming, that it may well 
stand for an example of how a Christian lives and dies. He 
sprang from the best blood in the land. When about 19 years of 
age, B. F. Pinkham went to sea, as did most of his family, in the 
West India trade. He reached the captaincy, although he sailed 
mostly as a mate with his brother, Capt. Nathaniel Pinkham. He 
was courageous, but never forward. Once he picked up a deserted 
vessel and brought her to port. At another time his bark was lit- 
erally cut in two by a steamer, his brother being on one half and 
his sister-in-law on the other half, but all were saved. The 
brother, Nathaniel, made one more trip to take back a Spanish 
boy, but the ship was never heard from. But B. F. Pinkham 
rarely spoke of any of the brave things which he had done. In 



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1864 he left the sea and entered the service of the Sailors' Home, 
and for over thirty years he has been cashier there, caring not 
alone for the funds of the Marine Office, but acting as banker for 
the seamen who gathered there from all parts of the world. May 
20, 1865, was the session which received him into membership, 
and often has he expressed his pleasure because he was a mem- 
ber of the Sea and Land longer than any one else on the roll. 
In 1878 he became trustee and on Jan. 7, 1878, he began his term 
of office as treasui'er of the church, a place which he held for 
nearly twenty years with unqualified fidelity and a devotion which 
led him to merit the church's obligations even if he had to ad- 
vance a part of the money from his own funds.* But he never 
made a complaint over these things, and one satisfaction is that 
he lived to see the day when a considerable sum was always at 
the treasurer's disposal to pay every debt. Mr. Pinkham never 
complained of ill health, although each spring he suffered a good 
deal. It was like a thunderbolt when the news I'eached us that 
he was seriously ill. Although everything possible was done for 
him he passed away; he was ready to go. At his burial the 
tribute of Rev. Mr. Dennison was but one of the many for a man 
who had done all his work so faithfully. One of Mr. Pinkham's 
marked ti'aits was his aversion to a quarrel, however small a one 
it might be; and yet he was never afraid to speak his mind in his 
unassuming way. He never made public addresses. His erect, 
manly form, his ruddy countenance framed by a white beard, 
were a familiar sight, and for a long time to come a tear will 
start to every eye as his friends glance to the place where he 
always sat. As a trustee he for years sustained the tenderest re- 
lations with his brother officers. This quiet man has had a large 
influence in this body. After Mr. Pinkham's death, when our 
church treasury was turned over to the trustees, every entry was 
found to be perfect, and in a few minutes the balance was made. 
To a cent this amount agreed with the one laid away in the safe 
in an envelope bearing the name of the church and containing 
crisp new bills that he had laid aside especially for the Lord's 
treasury. Mr. Pinkham was a great favorite with the young peo- 
ple when once they came to know him. Especially could the girls 
always sell him a ticket and get a kind word besides. He had a 
way of slipping a bill into some trusted hand for a purpose which 
he would designate. For the first time many of the children will 
know that Mr. Pinkham paid for nearly all the ice cream which 
was used on our annual excursions. Such a beautiful life will 
never cease to exert its influence among us." 

(6) Nancy Weld Pinkham, b. Feb. 7, 1828; d. New Lebanon, 
Conn., Sept. 23, 1855; m., June 17, 1850, Dr. David P. Francis 
of New London, Conn., a graduate of Yale College; no chil- 
dren. 

(5) Daniel Pinkham, b. Jan. 12, 1776.; d. March 11, 1776. 

(5) Mercy Pinkham, b. June 19, 1777; d. April 16, 1855; m., 
Aug. 20, 1799, David R. Adams of Boothbay, Me., b. March 16, 
1775; d. May 18, 1851. 



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(6) Nathaniel. (6) David. (6) John. (6) James. (6) Mar- 
tlia. (6) Jonathan. (6) May. (6) Margaret. 

(5) Sally Pinkham, b. Jan. 25, 1780; d. March 2, 1863; m., 1804, 
David Reed, 3d, of Boothbay, Me., b. Oct. 16, 1772; d. Apr. 24, 
1825. 

(6) Washington. (6) Benjamin Tyler. (6) Thomas. (6) Na- 
thaniel C. (6) Martha Jane. (6) David A. (7) Thomas. 

iic itt Hf ^ * 

(5) John Pinkham, b. April 8, 1782; d. Dec. 4, 1782. 

(5) Martha Pinkham, b. March 20, 1786; m., 1810, Samuel 
Thompson, Jr. 

(5) Betsy Pinkham, b. June 13, 1788; d. March 25, 1828. 



CHAPTER TWO. 

BECOEDS OF SOLOMON PINKHAM OF BOOTHBAY, ME. 

(4) Solomon Pinkham; lived North Boothbay, Me.; published Jan. 
31, 1767, to Mary Perry. F. B. Greene of Boothbay Harbor, 
Me.: "The date of the death of Solomon Pinkham and his wife 
were not found." 

* :tc « * 4: 

(5) Capt. Joseph Pinkham, b. Boothbay, Me., Nov. 26, 1767; d. in 
Washington, Me. "He went to sea all his days and his wife 
went with him." Settled in Edgecomb, Me.; m., 1789, Widow 
Ellice (Alice) Cunningham of Edgecomb, Me. "I think he m. 
(second), a Miss Leavitt, and there was one child of this 
second marriage." (Of the children, 8; 5 boys and 2 girls.) 
(6) Sarah Pinkham, b. Feb. 4, 1790; d. 1804. 
(6) John Pinkham, b. Boothbay, Me., Jan. 22, 1792 (the fam- 
ily say 1803); d. Washington, Me., 1856; farmer; m. Mary 
Lewis of Palermo, Me., b. 1805; d. Feb., 1866; daughter of 
Andrew Lewis and Martha . "There were twelve chil- 
dren." 

(7) John Chapman Pinkham, Jr., b. Sept. 22, 1820; d. Oct. 6, 
1890; farmer; served in the Civil War, Company I, Fourth 
Maine Regiment Volunteers, two years; sent home on the 
sick list; reenlisted as a substitute; wounded in the wrist 
and had his arm amputated at the elbow; died from con- 
sumption; m., Oct. 20, 1850, Harriet Starrett Easency, b. 
Appleton, Me., March 9, 1825; d. March, 1903; resided in 
Libertj', Me., for some time; daughter of Charles Easency 
and Sarah Overbock. 
(8) Avis Augusta Pinkham, b. July 20, 1850; d. Dec. 12, 1880; 

unm. 
(8) Charles Easency Pinkham, b. April 16, 1852; resided 

South Lawrence, Mass.; m.; no children. 
(8) Albert Eugene Pinkham, b. March 6, 1854; resides Pasa- 
dena, Cal. ; lived Washington, Me., Lawrence, Mass., Mo- 
nadnock, N. H., Boston, Mass., and Pasadena, Cal. ; real 
estate broker; m., Dec. 25, 1882, Georgianna Johnston Gage, 
b. Enfield, N. H., Oct. 6, 1855 ; daughter of Daniel Buswell 
Gage and Jerusha Leeds Ford. 

(9) Eflie Pinkham, b. Lawrence, Mass., June 6, 1884; grad- 
uated from Pasadena (Cal.) High School, 1903; from 
Brownsberger Business College, 1904 ; unm. 
(9) Jesse Eugene Pinkham, b. Lawrence, Mass., Feb. 16, 
1886 ; graduated from Brownsberger's Business College, 
Los Angeles, Cal., 1905 ; bank clerk First National Bank, 
Los Angeles, Cal. ; unm. 
(9) Ruth Varney Pinkham, b. Jan. 26, 1896; studied in 
schools of Pasadena, Cal. 



PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 193 

(8) John Austin Pinkham, b. Feb. 15, 1859; resides Pasa- 
dena, Cal.; policeman; has lived Washington and Rockland, 
Me., and Pasadena, Cal.; m., Oct. 17, 1881, Annie E. Shat- 
tuck, b. North Bluehill, Me., June 1, 1866; daughter of John 
L. Shattuck and Nancy T. Treworgy. Children bom in 
Pasadena, Cal. 

(9) Albert S. Pinkham, b. Aug. 10, 1882. 
(9) Robert Leeman Pinkham, b. Aug. 31, 1884; student in 

Thorp Polytechnic Institute. 
(9) Hoyt Austin Pinkham, b. May 7, 1886. 
(9) Oris Orrington Pinkham, b. May 17, 1888. 
(9) John Shattuck Pinkham, b. Oct. 26, 1890. 
(9) Roy Pinkham, b. Jan. 17, 1892; d. March 4, 1892. 
(9) Pearl Pinkham, b. Oct. 23, 1893. 
(9) Naomi Pinkham, b. Nov. 9, 1895. 
(9) David Easency Pinkham, b. Feb. 2, 1897. 
(9) Dorothy Ivaloe Pinkham, b. Aug. 5, 1901. 
(8) Weston Hardy Pinkham, b. May 4, 1867; d. Aug. 4, 1900; 

contractor; lived Lawrence, Mass.; unm. 
(8) Roswell Pinkham, b. July 29, 1869; unm. 
(7) Daniel Pinkham. 
(7) Mary Ann Pinkham. "M. Benjamin Norton and lived in 

Chicago, 111., a few years ago." 
(7) Abbie Pinkham. 
(7) Almeda Pinkham, d. (34-4). 
(7) Harriet H. Pinkham; d. (19-1). 
(7) Warren Pinkham. 

(•7) Avis A. Pinkham; d. Jan. 9, 1830 (8-21 d.). 
(7) Weston Pinkham. 
(7) Wilson Pinkham. 

(7) Nancy Pinkham; d. Oct. 23, 1826 (8-10). 
(7) Charlotte A. Pinkham; d. Oct. 29, 1826 (4). 
(6) Eunice Pinkham, b. Boothbay, Me., May 27, 1794; m. Israel 
Leavitt of Washington, Me. 
(7) Two children; deceased. 
(6) Thomas Pinkham, b. Boothbay, Me., Sept. 11, 1796. 
"He was born in 1800 on the water between Boston, Mass., and 
Boothbay, Me., and his mother died when he was ten years old. 
He enlisted in Wiscasset Me., in Capt. John Smith's company, 
4th U. S. Infantry, June, 1813, when he was 15 years of age. He 
was in the service three years, being discharged June, 1816, hav- 
ing been in five pitched battles and in many engagements. The 
leading generals under whom he served were Harrison, Scott, 
Ripley and Brown. In his anecdotes of army life he often spoke 
of General Scott' It was at the battle of Lake Erie, I think, that 
Gen. Scott rode on a black horse and his orders could be heard 
for the length of three regiments." 

From a newspaper clipping: "An aged son of Mars. Perhaps 
the most aged visitor at the muster roll which has just closed was 
Mr. Thomas Pinkham of Dedham, Me., who has seen 90 years of 
life. He was a soldier in the 1812 War, enlisting at Boothbay, 
Me. With the exception of deafness and dizziness caused by the 
explosion of a shell in the Mexican War, the old gentleman is 

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194 PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 

quite well for oue of his years. He enjoyed the muster hugely, 
although the soldiers of today are different from those of the early 
republic, yet a soldier is a soldier still all the world over." 

Mrs. Hemingway, South Rumford, Me.: "When Thomas Pink- 
ham was in the Shagadee Woods three days without food he had 
one of his memorable army experiences. His two companions. 
Brown and Foote, got tired out. Brown .said to Foote, 'Let us lie 
down and trust in God tonight.' The answer was, 'No, I will trust 
in the Lord and keep on my feet.' Brown laid down and the In- 
dians came and took him up. The two others went on and their 
lives were saved. The first food they got was a piece of a colt 
which they shot. They said they never ate anything which tasted 
as good as that. 

"As Thomas Pinkham's mother died when he was ten years old, 
he went to live with his uncle, David Pinkham, who was a very 
stern man, and very strict for those days. He was sent to yoke 
some oxen when he was not tall enough to reach the yoke, so he 
could not help dropping the yoke on the ground, where it was. 
broken. His uncle took him to the barn and used the ox goad on 
him. So that night Thomas Pinkham took the little clothing 
which he had, tied it in a handkerchief, threw it out of the win- 
dow, and went to the barracks and asked if a soldier was wanted. 
He was only fifteen years old and so green that he could not say 
'enlist.' But four years of army life taught him what it was to 
be a soldier. He went to the farm in Washington, Me., after the 
war and married, in 1818, Sarah A. Lewis, b. Oct. 28, 1796; d. 
April 25, 1883; daughter of Andrew Lewis, who came from Ohio 
and was of Dutch descent; her mother, Martha Chapman, lived 
to be nearly 101 years old." 

("Three Pinkham brothers married three Lewis sisters; Thomas 
married Sarah; John married Mary Lewis; Daniel Pinkham mar- 
ried Martha Lewis.") 

(7) Hannah Pinkham, b. Feb. 18, 1818; d. April 16, 1897; re- 
sided Dedhiim, Me.; m. John G. Black. 
(8) Ten children. 
(7) Alice P. Pinkham, b. Washington, Me., Feb. 18, 1818; d. 
Dec. 13, 1905; resided Dedham, Me.; m., July 15, 1834, Joseph 
Giles, b. Shapleigh, Me., May 7, 1797; d. Sept. 26, 1870; 
farmer; son of Daniel Giles and Lois Pike; he enlisted in the 
1812 War, Capt. Curtis Co., 14th Regiment. 
(8) George A. Giles, b. Dedham, Me., Jan. 10, 1836; d. in 

California; m. in California. 
(8) Otis Joseph Giles, b. Dedham, Me., Feb. 6, 1838; resides 
Dedham, Me.; studied in schools of Dedham, Me.; farmer; 
enlisted Sept. 21, 1861, in Co. I, 9th Maine Volunteers; hon- 
orably discharged Sept. 21, 1864; was in the battles of Cold 
Harbor, Hilton Head, Fernandina, Florida, etc.; m., Oct. 
13, 1873, Helen Malvina Rowe, b. Eddington, Me., Feb. 9, 
1842; daughter of Solomon P. Rowe and Sarah Lancaster. 
(9) Sadie Jane Giles, b. Dec. 2, 1865; resides Dedham, Me.; 

in Dedham schools; unm. 
(9) Bruce Giles, b. Feb. 3, 1875; in Dedham, Me., schools; 

unm. 
(9) Perley Giles, b. Jan. 25, 1877; farmer in Dedham, Me.; 
Dedham schools; unm. 



PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 195 

(9) Harry Giles, b. Oct. 7, 1879; cai-penter in Dedham, Me.; 
studied in schools of Dedham, Me.; m., Oct. 15, 1907, Kate 
Alice Wakefield, b. Sullivan, Me., July 31, 1888; daughter 
of John Wesley Wakefield and Gertrude Ella Young of 
Holden, Me. 
(8) Isaac L. Giles, b. Dedham, Me., March 26, 1839; went to 

California; not heard from for many years. 
(8) Sarah A. Giles, b. Dedham, Me., Aug. 19, 1842; d. May 

7, 1863. 
(8) Viletty Giles, b. Dedham, Me., Oct. 11, 1845; d. Oct. 11, 
1845. 
(7) Andrew Lewis Pinkham, b. Washington, Me., Aug. 6, 1819; 
d. Holden, Me., April 24, 1898; trader and house carpenter; 
m., in Dedham, Me., May 9, 1843, Sarah H. Waining, b. Lib- 
erty, Me., Dec. 17, 1825; d. Holden, Me., Jan. 22, 1895; daugh- 
ter of Philip Waining and Abigail Branch. 
(8) Rodney Oscar Pinkham, b. Dedham, Me., June 3, 1846; 
d. Holden, Me., May 21, 1891; merchant 7 years and post- 
master 10 years; his wife still has the postoffice; lived Ban- 
gor, Me., and Boston, Mass.; in Boston, Mass., he was a 
very successful dealer in horses; ill health obliged him to 
give up this work; m., in Dedham, Me., Jan. 6, 1876, lola 
Maria Smith, b. Lowell, Mass., Feb. 23, 1857; daughter of 
William Frederick Smith and Ellen Maria Gilmore; par- 
ents resided at Holden, Me. 
(9) Gertrude Pinkham, b. Holden, Me., Dec. 22, 1878; d. Nov. 

17, 1879. 
(9) Lewis Frederick Pinkham, b. Holden, Me., Sept. 15, 

1884; musician; resides East Holden, Me. 
(9) Ethel Pinkham, b. Holden, Sept. 23, 1886; resides East 

Holden, Me. 
(9) Raymond Smith Pinkham, b. Holden, Feb. 25, 1888 
student at Maine Central Institute. 
(8) Alanson Lewis Pinkham, b. Dedham, Me., April 18, 1848 

d. Aug. 22, 1851. 
(8) Abbie Beatrice Pinkham, b. Holden, Me., Oct. 20, 1852 
resides 67 Pearl St., Lynn, Mass.; graduated from Holden 
(Me.) schools 1869; has resided in Lynn, Mass., 23 years 
m., in Natick, Mass., Dec. 15, 1877, Eliphalet Burbank 
Wight, b. Gorham, N. H., Aug. 17, 1846; studied in Gorham 
schools; shoemaker; son of Ephraim Wight and Priscilla 
Burbank; this family resided in Natick, Mass., 1877-78; in 
Auburn, Me., 1878-83; in Lynn, Mass., since then. 
(9) Eva Wight, b. Auburn, Me., Nov. 30, 1879; resides 67 
Pearl St.,- Lynn, Mass.; graduated from Lynn High School, 
1898; m., Dec. 25, 1900, Joseph Benjamin Tingley, b. Dec. 
31, 1877; studied in the schools of Hopewell, New Bruns- 
wick; Pullman conductor; son of Maurice Tingley and 
Fannie Derry of Hopewell, N. B. 
(10) Ruth Tingley, b. Lynn, Mass., Aug. 17, 1902. 
(9) Le Roy Pinkham Wight, b. Lynn, Mass., Feb. 16, 1888; 
graduated from Lynn (Mass.) Grammar School, 1903; re- 
sides Lynn, Mass.; railroading. 



196 PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 

(8) Anson Lewis Pinkham, b. Bucksport, Me., June 23, 1854; 
d. Holden, Me., Aug. 13, 1862. 
(7) Orrin C. Pinkham, b. Washington, Me., May 16, 1821; re- 
sides Dedham, Me.,; farmer; m.. May 10, 1846, Mary A. 
Handy of Dedham, Me.; no children. 
(7) Cordelia C. Pinkham, b. Washington, Me., April 15, 1825; 
d. June, 1895; lived Dedham and Holden, Me., and Lynn, 
Mass.; m., Dec. 5, 1844, Samuel Stillman Torrence, b. 
Brewer, Me., June 10, 1817; d. June 2, 1880; son of Levi 
Torrence and Sally Jones of Brewer, Me. 
(8) Jennie Frances Torrence, b. Brewer, Me., Oct. 16, 1845; 
in 1870 moved to Seattle, Washington; m., Sept. 23, 1873, 
Samuel Howard Crafts of Seattle, who died March 31, 1875; 
superintendent of lumber mills; son of Verrien Crafts and 
Jane Ferris; prominent Free Mason. 

(9) Howard Samuel Crafts, b. Seattle, Oct. 14, 1874; gradu- 
ated from Calais (Me.) schools; salesman in the store of 
Torrence, Verry & Co., Lynn, Mass., wholesale grain deal- 
ers, etc.; Seattle, 1874-75; Calais, Me., 1875-'91; Lynn, 
1891-1900. 
(8) Emma Althea Torrence, b. Brewer, Me., June 27, 1847; 

d. Holden, Me., Dec. 3, 1801. 
(8) Rufus James Torrence, b. Brewer, Me., July 16, 1849; 
at the age of 20 years he went to Lynn, Mass., and en- 
gaged in the wholesale house dealing in hay, grain, flour 
etc.; he has been very successful and built up a large busi- 
ness; his health failed and he died from cancer in the 
stomach, Aug. 26, 1900; m. Harriet Smith French of Hol- 
den, Me. 

(9) Fred El wood Torrence, b. Lynn, Mass., Nov. 21, 1880; 
resides Lynn, Mass. 
(8) Charles Stillman Torrence, b. Brewer, Me., Jan. 1, 1852; 

d. Nov. 15, 1861. 
(8) Nellie Maria Torrence, b. Holden, M^, June 3, 1854; d. 

Nov. 18, 1861. 
(8) Alice Mav Torrence, b. Holden, Me., Aug. 13, 1857; d. 

Nov. 9, 1861. 
(8) Orrln Pinkham Torrence, b. Holden, Me., Sept. 6, 18G2 ; 
resides Ellsworth, Me.; attended district schools in Holden, 
Me., until 16 years old; lived in Holden, Me., from birth un- 
til 1882; Lynn, Mass., 1882-'95 ; to Holden. Me., 1895; to 
Ellsworth, Me., 1897; there ever' since; in grocery and pro- 
vision business: m., Jan. 12, 1890, Adelaide Hutchinson, 
b. Bangor, Me., Nov. 22, 1870; graduated from Union Gram- 
mar School, Bangor, Me. ; daughter of Charles D. Hutchin- 
son and Angeline David.son; parents resided Bangor, Me. 
(9) Alice May Torrence, b. March 10, 1892; in Ellsworth 

(Me.) schools. 
(8) James Maynard Torrence, b. Holden, Me., June 19, 1865; 
resides Brooklyn, N. Y.; inspector on an electric railroad. 
(7) Jennie F. Pinkham, b. Feb. 6, 1826; resides Skowhegan, 
Me.; m., Nov. 9, 1845, Horatio Bowers Carr, b. Bucksport, 
Me., June 22, 1823; d. Eddington, Me., July 11, 1887; farmer; 
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(8) Charles H. Carr, b. Dedliam, Me., Feb. 3, 1848; m. (first), 
Anna A. Curren of Bangor, Me., who d. 189G; m. (second), 
Nov. 26, 1898, Theresa J. Travers of Bangor, Me.; Mr. Carr 
is a barber and hairdresser; no children. 

(8) Emma J. Carr, b. Bucksport, Me., April 27, 1850; d. Sept. 

12, 1862. 

(8) Herbert Wesley Carr, b. Bucksport, Me., July 14, 1858; 
merchant in fish and groceries, 28 Water St., Ellsworth, 
Me.; m. Bertha S. Johnson; no children. 
(8) George E. Carr, b. Bucksport, Me., Dec. 26, 1866; d. Ded- 
ham, Me., Sept. 1, 1871. 
(7) James R. Pinkham, b. Feb. 14, 1829; d. Bangor, Me., April 
15, 1885; farmer; served throughout the Civil War in the 
12th Maine Infantry, Co. D; no children. 
(7) Martha H. Pinkham, b. June 25, 1831; d. June 13, 1842. 
(7) Orpha G. Pinkham, b. Dedham, Me., April 20, 1834; re- 
sides South Rumford, Me.; has lived in Rumford, Me., for 
some years; m., July 4, 1852, Coleman Hemingway, b. Rum- 
ford, Me., Jan. 14, 1823; farmer; son of Wm. R. Hemingway 

and Reba . 

(8) J. Marion Hemingway, b. April 22, 1853; resides Farm- 
ington. Me.; m., Oct. 22, 1877, Alice Dustin. 
(9) Georgie M. Hemingway, b. March 22, 1879. 
(9) Etta M. Hemingway, b. March 21, 1880. 
(9) Frank C. Hemingway, b. Feb. 27, 1881. 
(9) Philip M. Hemingway, b. Nov. 9, 1884. 
(8) Charles A. Hemingway, b. May 3, 1856; resides Norway, 
Me.; m., July 19, 1884, Bertha Barrowes. 
(9) Philip L. Hemingway, b. July 19, 1885. 
(8) Frank L. Hemingway, b. Aug. 22, 1857; resides Woory, 
Washington; m. (first), July 8, 1890, Gernnel Upton, who 
died Aug. 2, 1894; m. (second), April, 1899, Ida M. Poor. 
(8) Willis C. Hemingway, b. April 13, 1861; m., Sept. 8, 

1894, Unia V. Virgin. 
(8) Lewis P. Hemingway, b. April 23, 1863; resides Seattle, 

Wash.; m., 1899, Lousia Hinkley. 
(8) Mabel H. Hemingway, b. April 9, 1869; m.. May 18, 1894, 
Harvey Neal. 
(7) Albert Smith Pinkham, b. Dedham, Me., Aug. 14, 1838; 
resides corner of Hamlin St. and 11th Ave., North, Seattle, 
Washington; m., Aug. 14, 1866, Ida May Barlow, b. N. Y. 
City, March 14, 1846; daughter of Joel Hiram Barlow and 
Sarah E. Lott. 

(8) Ida Victoria Albertina Pinkham, b. May 24, 1867; resides 
Seattle, Washington; m., Nov., 1887, Richard Edmond Ed- 
ouard, b. Bombay, Hooasjie Road, Herdosk, India, Jan. 13, 
1852; he was born while his parents were traveling in In- 
dia; artist and fresco painter; his father French and mother 
German; no children. 
(8) Royden Augustine Pinkham, b. Seattle, Washington, Nov. 
21, 1868; resides 220 Virginia St., Seattle, Washington; m., 
Dec. 8, 1896, Roxana Sevier, b. New Albany, Indiana, Aug. 

13, 1873; Mr. Pinkham is a stage machinist; no children. 
(8) Charles Albert Morne Pinkham, b. March 26, 1871; con- 



198 PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 

fectioner at Seattle, Washington; m., Dec. 29, 1896, Alice 
Alma McPheters, b. Cooper, Me., Sept. 9, 1879. 
(9) Evelyn Alice Pinkham, b. Seattle, Wash., Aug. 14, 1898. 
(8) Edna Louise Pinkham, b. Seattle, Washington, Sept. 2, 
1873; resides Vashon, Washington; graduated from Denny 
and Central schools, Seattle, Washington; resided White 
Horse, Alaska, July and August, 1900; in San Francisco, 
California, June to November, 1904; employed by the Sun- 
set Telephone Company for 12 years; m., June 29, 1904, 
David Herbert Cowan, b. Gould, Province of Quebec, Can- 
ada, Nov. 31, 1862; graduated from Gould (Quebec) High 
School, June, 1878; millwright; son of Randall Cowan, 
who died at Gould, Canada, April, 1883 (68 years) ; m. 
Susan A. Bennett, who died Gould, Canada, May, 1881 (GO 
years). 

(9) June Amy Cowan, b. June 18, 1905. 
(9) Barlow Pinkham Cowan, b. April 4, 1907. 
(8) Amy Stone Pinkham, b. Seattle, Washington, Oct. 18, 
1875; resides Vashon, Washington; studied in Seattle, 
(Washington) schools; m., Oct. 1, 1891, Austin Donald 
Cowan, b. Gould, Quebec, Canada, Dec. 12, 1871; real estate 
business; son of Richard Henry Cowan and Marj^ McKay, 
who resided Gould, Canada. 
(9) Hazel May Cowan, b. Feb. 11, 1893. 
(9) Rhea Constance Cowan, b. July 4, 1896. 
(9) Dorothy Mary Cowan, b. July 12, 1902. 
(8) Albert Barlow Pinkham, b. Seattle, Washington, Feb. 
18, 1878; resides Columbia Station, Seattle. Washington; 
engineer on government scout boats; m., 1903, Juliette Car- 
ington. 

(9) Anita Pinkham, b. July 4, 1905. 
(8) Star Thomas Haley Pinkham, b. Seattle, Washington, 
Aug. 14, 1880; resides Seattle, Washington, 11th Ave., North 
and Hamlin St.; clerk in the postoffice; also taking a course 
of law study; unm. 
(8) Elsie Vera Pinkham, b. Seattle, Washington, Sept. 27, 

1882; unm. 
(8) Emmett Cleveland Pinkham, b. S. Washington, Feb. 7, 

1885; clerk in a store San Francisco, Cal.; unm. 
(8) George Whittier Pinkham, b. S. Washington, Dec. 18, 
1887; actor; just returned from a trip through United 
States. 
(8) Hope P. Orpha Pinkham, b. Seattle, Washington, Jan. 
4, 1891; studying in Seattle (Washington) High School, 
1908. 
(6) Samuel Pinkham, b. Boothbay, Me., about 1793; d. in Ded- 
ham, Me.. 1872 (79y.). His daughter, Mrs. Sarah C. Tirrell, 
of Dedham, Me., gives the following sketch: "My father, Sam- 
uel Pinkham, moved from Boothbay to Washington, Me.; then 
to China, Me.; to Etna, Me., where he lived for ten years; 
then to Dedham, Me., where he spent the remainder of his 
life. He m. (first), in Washington, Me., Sarah Clark; m. 
(second), Eunice Nelson of Washington, Me., who died at 
the age of 82 years. 
(8) Child of the first marriage: Madison Pinkham. 



PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 199 

(8) There were fifteen children of the second marriage; of 
these 5 boys and 4 girls are living; one sou resides in 
Michigan; two sons reside at Bangor. Mo.: one son is a 
farmer in Carmel, Me.; one son a faruie:* at Levant, Me.; 
names of children as given: William Pinkham; Elbridse; 
Mrs. Sarah C. Tirrell of Dedham, Me., aged 78 years; Mary 
Randall; John W.; Fannie; Lewis; Jane; Simon; James; 
Charles; George; Melvin Samuel." 
(7) Charles H. Pinkham, b. April 4, 1852; d. Dcv. 10, 1885; 
house carpenter. 
(8) Albert S. Pinkham. 
(8) Frank Pinkham. 
(6) David Pinkham, b. Boothbay, Me., Feb. 22, 1801; d. Palermo, 
Me., Aug. 8, 1876; farmer; lived Boothbay, China and Pal- 
ermo, Me.; m., May 22, 1824, Martha Lewis, b. Palermo, Me., 
Aug. 13, 1807; d. June 1, 1873; daughter of Andrew Lewis and 

Martha . 

(7) Olive Pinkham, b. Washington, Me., March 24, 1825; d. 

China, Me., March 8, 1837. 
(7) Isaac L. Pinkham, b. Washington, Me., April 28, :S27; 
d. April 12, 1905; resided Windsor, Me.; m., Oct. 27, 1850, 
Cynthia Pullen of Palermo, Me.; daughter of Gilbert Pul- 

len and Nancy ; family lived Palermo and China, Me. 

(8) Avesta Pinkham; Mrs. James Mosher, Weeks Mills, Me. 
(8) Chestei' Pinkham; deceased. 
(8) Esther Pinkham; deceased. 
(8) Charles Henry Pinkham; deceased. 

(8) Wm. Willis Augustus Pinkham; m. Bessie Jameson; re- 
sides Windsor, Me. 
(7) Cynthia Jane Pinkham, b. China, Me., June 14, 1831; re- 
sides Windsor, Me. ; resided Dedham, Bucksport, Palermo and 
Windsor, Me.; m., Nov. 18, 1852, Henry Orcutt, b. Northport, 
Me., Jan. 27, 1825; d. Oct. 13, 1903; carpenter; son of Moses 
Orcutt and Deborah Howland. 

(8) Luella Jane Orcutt, b. Oct. 4, 1854; d. Oct. 13, 1854. 
(8) Henry Judson Orcutt, b. Palermo, Me., Jan. 5, 1856; re- 
sides 69 Eutaw Ave., Lynn, Mass.; has resided in Lynn, 
Mass., for 25 years; studied in Palei*mo (Me.) schools; shoe- 
maker; m.. May 1, 1886, Esther Marshall Hadley, b. Port 
Shoreham, Nova Scotia, Jan. 26, 1860; studied in Point 
Sherman (N. S.) schools; daughter of William Hadley and 
Nancy Jane McKay. 
(9) Jennie May Orcutt, b. July 17, 1888; studied in Lynn 

(Mass.) schools. 
(9) Ralph 'Stephen Orcutt, b. July 14, 1891; studied in Lynn 

(Mass.) schools. 
(9) Etta Victoria Orcutt, b. Sept. 16, 1898; d. Aug. 9, 1907; 
Lynn schools. 
(8) Charles Edward Orcutt, b. Palermo, Me., Sept. 6, 1859; 
resides 9 Douglass St., Lynn, Mass.; since 18 years of age 
he has resided in many places; went from Maine to Cali- 
fornia; since marriage has nearly always lived in Lynn, 
Mass.; graduated from school of Palermo Center, Me., 1875; 
shoemaker; m., Dec. 25, 1884, Lucretia Colby, b. Jefferson, 



200 PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 

Me., July 1, 18G3; graduated from Everett Grammar 
School, Boston, Mass., 187G; daughter of John Colby and 
Rhoda Ann Glidden, who lived at Jefferson and Whitefield, 
Me. 

(9) Edna Grace Orcutt, b. March 10, 1886; resides 75 Shep- 
ard St., Lynn, Mass.; graduated from Pickering Grammar 
School, Lynn, Mass., 1901; m., July 2, 1905, Melvin Edwin 
Lilly, 1). Richmond, Me., April 27, 1885; graduated from 
Pickering Grammar School of Lynn, Mass., 1901 and from 
Lynn Business College, 1902; shoe cutter; son of James 
Edward Lilly and Mary Lavina Brady of Lynn, Mass. 
(10) James Edward Lilly, b. Feb. 12, 1906. 
(9) Agnes Jane Orcutt, b. Jan. 23, 1890; graduated from 

Pickering Grammar School of Lynn, Mass., 1900. 
(9) Edith Louise Orcutt, b. Dec. 25, 1891; 1906, graduated 
from Pickering Grammar School; now studying in Lynn 
(Mass.) High School. 
(9) Annie Beulah Orcutt, b. March 17, 1894; in Lynn 

(Mass.) Grammar School. 
(9) Henry Edward Orcutt, b. Jan. 24, 1900; studied in 
Lynn, Mass., schools. 
(8) Frank Gaslin Orcutt, b. Jan. 20, 1864; resides 382 Essex 
Street, Lynn, Mass.; in the shoe business; m., July 12, 1885, 
Emma A. Cook ; d. Jan. 31, 1908. 
(9) Mildred Odessa Orcutt, b. Jan. 17, 1886. 
(8) Annie Belle Orcutt, b. Jan. 20, 1864; resides Weeks Mills, 
Me. ; m., Nov. 5, 1902, George Melville Crosman, b. Oct. 16, 
1858. 
(7) David W. Pinkham, b. Dec. 6, 1833; d. Dec. 9, 1833. 
(7) PhcEbe Pinkham, b. Feb. 6, 1835; d. China, Me., Aug. 18, 

1837. 
(7) Edward White Pinkham, b. China, Me., Feb. 9, 1839; 441 
Chatham Street, Lynn, Mass.; lived in Lynn 25 years; gro- 
cer; also lived in Maine tov/ns, Palermo, Hallowell and 
Montville; studied in the schools of Palermo and China, 
Me.; m., Oct. 22, 1862, Francena A. Bradstreet, b. Palermo, 
Me., Aug. 22, 1843; attended schools of Palermo, Me., and 
high schools of Freedom and Liberty, Me.; daughter of 
Robert E. Bradstreet and Lovinia Foy. 

(8) Melvin Bowler Pinkham, b. Palermo, Me., Feb. 5, 1866; 
moved to Lynn, Mass., 1881; grocer in Lynn, Mass.; resides 
51 Vernon Street, Lynn, Mass.; studied in the Maine 
schools of Palermo, Hallowell and Montville; graduated 
from Sanborn Grammar School, Lynn, Mass.; m., Nov. 4 
1891, Helen Mabel Pulsifer, b. Poland, Me., March 11, 1869 
graduated from Melrose (Mass.) High School, June 6, 1895 
daughter of Asa Bailey Pulsifer and Fannie Belle Moore, 
who lived Poland, Me., and Melrose, Mass. 
(9) Fannie Francena Pinkham, b. Nov. 20, 1892; student in 
Lynn Classical High School, college course. 
(8) Edward Everett Pinkham, b. Palermo, Me., Nov. 2, 1869; 
grocer in Lynn, Mass.; studied in Maine schools of Palermo, 
Hallowell and Montville; graduated from Sanborn Gram- 
mar School of Lynn, Mass.; m., Jan. 25, 1894, Lottie May 



PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 201 

Ingalls, b. Lynu, Mass., Jan. 25, 1875; graduated from 
Sanborn Grammar School, Lynn; daughter of Charles Na- 
than Parsons Ingalls and Eva Florence of Lynn, 

Mass. 

(9) Earle Everett Pinkham, b. March 3, 1895. 
(9) Eva Francena Pinkham, b. April 28, 1901. 
(8) Carrie Francena Pinkham, b. Palermo, Me., April 4, 
1878; resides 259 Western Avenvie, Lynn, Mass.; has re- 
sided in Lynn, Mass., since March 4, 1882; graduated from 
Lynn (Mass.) Grammar School, June, 1892; from Lynn 
English High School, June, 1894; also graduated from Bur- 
dette Business College, Boston, Mass.; bookkeeper six years 
for E. W. Pinkham & Son, Lynn, Mass.; m., Oct. 22, 1902, 
Arthur Elmer Honors, b. Lynn, Mass., May 29, 1875; grad- 
uated from Lynn Grammar School, June, 1889; clerk; son 
of William Henry Honors and Sarah Jane Shaw of Lynn, 
Mass. 

(9) Helen Melva Honors, b. Nov. 10, 1905. 
(8) Helen Cooper Pinkham, b. Montville, Me., Dec. 1, 1880; 
406 Chatham Street, Lynn, Mass.; clerk; graduated from 
Sanborn Grammar School, Lynn, Mass., 1894; graduated 
from Lynn (Mass.) English High School, Commercial 
Course, 1898. 
(7) Mary W. Pinkham, b. April 11, 1841; d. Nov. 1, 1861. 
(7) Martha Lewis Pinkham, b. April 11, 1841; d. Palermo, Me., 

Aug. 13, 1859. 
(7) Sarah Ann Pinkham, b. Oct. 10, 1843; d. April 5, 1869. 
(7) Deborah Pinkham, b. Jan. 6, 1849; d. Palermo, Me., Nov. 
25, 1857. 
(6) William Pinkham, b. Boothbay, Me., Feb. 14, 1805. 
(6) Cynthia Pinkham, b. Waterville, Me., May 11, 1815; d. 
Oct., 1891; resided 150 Lexington Street, East Boston, Mass.; 
m., Feb. 21, 1833, Fred James Ordway, b. Wrentham, Mass., 
July 16, 1810; d. Sept. 24, 1887; carpenter and builder. 
(7) Franklin J. Ordway, b. March 3, 1834; d. March 29, 1873. 
(8) Mrs. R. A. Quimby; 106 Richards Street, Dorchester, 
Mass. 
(7) Charles H. Ordway, b. Jan. 27, 1836; d. Aug. 26, 1837. 
(7) Almira C. Ordway, b. Jan. 29, 1839; d. Sept. 13, 1862; m. 

Henry B. Greene; no children. 
(7) Charles P. Ordway, b. July 27, 1841; d. July 6, 1865; unm. 
(7) George W. Ordway, b. Aug. 31, 1843; resides East Boston, 
Mass.; m. Mary E. Phillipps, b. Lynn, Mass., Dec. 11, 1837. 
(8) George Fred Ordway, b. Oct. 9, 1874; unm. 
(7) Helen A. Ordway, b. Jan. 22, 1846; m. Henry B. Greene, 
who is deceased. 
(8) Henry Greene; deceased. 
(8) Arthur Greene; deceased. 
(8) Lillian Greene; deceased. 
(8) Elsie Greene; "married and lives out West." 

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(5) Calvin Pinkham, Jr., b. Feb. 10, 1769; lived in the western 
part of Boothbay, Me.; m., 1793, Julia Kennedy, who died 
Nov. 2, 1863. 



202 pinkhXm genealogy. 

(6) Thomas Pinkhain, b. June 6, 1794; d. March 1, 1869; lived 
where his f-ou, Wesley Pinkham, now resides; m., 1821, Emma 
Abbott, who d. June 28, 1898 (103y. 9m. 24d.). 
(7) Wadsworth Pinkham, b. Sept. 7, 1822; d. Feb. 3, 1873; 

lived West Boothbay, Me., near Sawyer's Island; m., Feb., 

1849, Phoebe A. Fitch, who d. Feb. 9, 1906. 
(8) Clarence Irving Pinkham. (8) Esther. 
(8) Marietta Pinkham; resides Haverhill, Mass. 
(8) Edward H. Pinkham; resides Haverhill, Mass. 
(8) Luella T. Pinkham; m. Capt. Ernest Johnson. 
(8) Thaddeus W. Pinkham; lives Brooklyn, N. Y. 
(7) Harriet E. Pinkham; deceased; unmarried. 
(7) Caroline Pinkham, b. Jan. 20, 1825; m., 1844, William 

Barter. 
(7) Augnista Pinkham, b. Oct. 14, 1826; m. Sanford Baker. 
(7) Matilda Pinkham, b. Oct. 14, 1826; m., 1869, Capt. John 

Kent. 
(7) Josie A. Pinkham, b. Jan. 17, 1829; m. George Kimball. 
(7) Margaret J. Pinkham, b. Aug. 18, 1830; m. (first), 1851, 

Albion K. Hall of Rockland, Me.; m. (second), William B. 

Warren of Lynn, Mass. 
(7) Thomas Pinkham, Jr., b. Dec. 7, 1832; m., 1861, Mary 

Fitch. 
(7) Edward H. Pinkham, b. May 25, 1834; d. Sept. 26, 1850. 
(7) Albion Pinkham, b. June 10, 1836; m., 1860, Luella 

Thwoits. 
(7) Wesley Pinkham, b. Sept. 3, 1842; lives on the Pinkham 

homestead; m., 1867, Francena Hodgdon. (See his public 

services. Chapter XVI of Boothbay History.) 
(6) Fanny Pinkham, b. July 18, 1796; d. (88y.) ; m., 1811, John 
Lewis, 3d, b. March 15, 1790; son of John Lewis and Rebecca 
Tebbetts; lived Barter Island, Boothbay, Me. 
(7) Mina Lewis. Betsey. Thomas. Jacob. Rebecca. Esther. 

Frederick. Seth. Bradford. Warren. Dexter W. Emily. 

Converse O. These children born between 1811 and 1836; 

most of them settled out of Boothbay, Me. 
(6) Benjamin Pinkham, b. Dec. 20, 1798; d. June 1, 189'4; lived 
on Barter's Island, Boothbay, Me.; m., 1817, Abigail Lewis, 
b. Jan. 19, 1790; d. Feb. 4, 1878; daughter of John Lewis and 
Rebecca Tebbetts; granddaughter of Joseph Tebbetts, the 
ancestor at Townsend, Me. 
(7) Freeman Pinkham, b. Sept. 1, 1817. 
(7) Hiram Pinkham, b. Jan. 18, 1820; deceased; m., 1841, 

Mahala Hodgdon of Westport, Me. 
(7) Belinda Pinkham, b. July 30, 1822; m. William H. Ab- 
bott. 
(7) Levinia Pinkham, b. Jan. 4, 1827. 
(7) Capt. Alden Pinkham, b. July 12, 1829; m., 1863, Naomi 

Green leaf. 
(7) Lenora Pinkham, b. Dec. 5, 1831; m., 1848, Henry Gove. 
(7) Martha Pinkham, b. May 24, 1834. 
(7) Marshall Pinkham, b. Aug. 8, 1836; m., 1858, Sarah J. 

Pinkham. 



PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 203 

(7) Octavia Pinkham, b. July 30, 1839; m. Joseph Macauley. 
(7) Susan C. Pinkham, b. Aug. 9, 1841. 
(6) Mina Pinkham, b. May 12, 1801; m., 1819, Giles Lewis, b. 
Dec. 30, 1796; son of Lemuel Lewis and Sarah Tebbetts; 
this family lived for a few years on Barter's Island, Boothbay, 
Me., and then moved to Bristol, Me., where they remained. 
(7) Urial Lewis. (7) Margery Lewis. 

(7) Isaiah Lewis; moved to Boothbay Harbor, Me., about 
1876; he purchased the real estate from the W. O. McCobb 
store to where the footbridge has since been built, includ- 
ing the E. S. S. Company's landing; he engaged in the coal 
business and a few years later built the Lewis block and 
other buildings, which became among the most valuable 
pieces of property in the town; he died Sept. 25, 1894; m. 
Susan L. Wells; no children. 
(7) Aurinda Lewis. (7) Narcissa Lewis. 
(7) Jefferson H. Lewis; settled at Boothbay Harbor, Me., 1883; 
carpenter; m. Nancy J. Geyer of Bristol, Me. 
(8) Ralph A. Lewis; m. Nettie Pierce; agent of the E. S. S. 

Co., and dealer in coal. 
(8) Claude Lewis; carpenter; unm. 
(8) Arthur G. Lewis; express agent; m. Grace D. Maddocks; 

daughter of Luther Maddocks and Mary . 

(6) Frederic Pinkham, b. Dec. 24, 1802; d. Sept., 1888 (84y.); 
lived on Barter's Island, Boothbay, Me.; m., 1825, Phoebe 
Lewis; d. Aug. 8, 1884. 
(7) Allen Pinkham, b. March 13, 1827; m., 1847 Caroline 

Matthews. 
(7) Ozias Pinkham, b. Sept. 30, 1829; d. Sept. 10, 1894; m., 

1852, Mary Lewis. 
(7) Frjfnklin Pinkham, b. Oct. 5, 1832; d. 1850. 
(7) William Pinkham, b. March 7, 1835; m., 1857, Alzida 

Barter. 
(7) Randall Pinkham, b. March 17, 1837. 
(7) George Pinkham, b. Jan. 21, 1839; m., 1864, Elizabeth 

Crew. 
(7) Eliza Pinkham, b. Oct. 11, 1840; d. Aug. 27, 1851. 
(7) Sarah J. Pinkham, b. Oct. 11, 1840; m., 1858, Marshal 

Pinkham. 
(7) Elizabeth A. Pinkham, b. Sept. 4, 1843; m., 1863, William 

F. Barter. 
(7) Mary Pinkham, b. Jan. 18, 1847; m., 1865, Stephen G. 
Dunton of West Boothbay, Me. 
(6) Luther Pinkham, b. Nov. 20, 1805; lived on Barter's Island, 
Boothbay, Me.; m., 1827, Ann Daws, who d. March 5, 1875. 
(7) Arietta Pinkham, b. Sept. 29, 1829; m., 1848, Albert Kim- 
ball. 
(7) Sarah Pinkham, b. Aug. 13, 1831; m., 1848, Bradford 

Lewis. 
(7) Jonathan Pinkham, b. Jan. 22, 1833; d. Oct. 22, 1852. 
(7) Manson Pinkham, b. Feb. 15, 1835; m., 1858, Mary F. 

Pinkham. 
(7) Charles Pinkham, b. April 10, 1839. 

(7) Alfred H. Pinkham, b. July 5, 1841; d. July 9, 1885; m., 
1863, Louisa A. Rines of Wisconsin. 



204 PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 

(7) Clement P. Pinkhaiu, b. July 19, 1843; m., 1863, Ella 
Piukham. 

(7) Luther D. Pinkham, b. June 16, 1851; d. Aug. 9, 1870. 

(7) Elzada Pinkham, b. Nov. 2, 1860. 

(6) Jonathan Pinkham, b. Aug. 24, 1808; m., 1832, Sarah Hodg- 
don of Bath, Me., and settled in Bath, Me. Sketch from 
Lewiston (Me.) Journal: 
"In a pleasant little home in Bath, Me., there lives, with his 
wife, the oldest coast and river pilot in active service in New 
England. Since he began to steer ships in the tortuous channels 
of Maine rivers and along the Atlantic coast, he has seen many 
changes in shipping. He has never met with an accident or mis- 
hap in his long career. Although he has encountered many storms 
at sea, while in command of vessels, he never let one go ashore 
or lost a man. He has seen the piloting, which was once such a 
prosperous business, decline to almost nothing, tugboats in a 
gi-eat measure have taken the place of such work. He is widely 
known by master mariners from Nova Scotia to the Delaware 
Capes. At 14 years of age, not liking the work on the pretty 
little farm of his father, Jonathan Pinkham, he set out for him- 
self and went to sea. He began as cook of a fishing vessel in 
command of Stephen Duuton of Westport, Me. One trip con- 
vinced him that the fisherman's life was the life for him, and he 
kept at it, either as cook or hand-fisherman, until he was 18 years 
old. Then by his steady and energetic ways he became skipper 
of the fishing craft Miles of Wisca.ssett, and was master of her 
for two years, making big catches of fish in the Bay of Chaleur. 
He brought home some of the largest catches ever landed. He was 
in the Bay of Chaleur in 1844, when the terrible gale wrecked so 
many fishermen, and when so many lives were lost. His schooner, 
Martha Jane of Westport, Me., lost her sails, but dutrode the 
gale. Captain Pinkham says: 'In those days there were a plenty 
of mackerel, and large ones, too. My best season of summer's 
work was at mackerelling. Though that season was a short one, 
my share was $900.' At 35 years of age Capt. Jonathan Pinkham 
quit fishing and went into the coasting business, his first vessel 
being the New England, of 190 tons, in which he staid one year, 
running as a packet from the Kennebec River to Boston, Mass. 
He then commanded the schooner Convoy, a larger packet, between 
Bath, Me., and Boston, occasionally going to New York City. 
For 15 years he was master of a coaster. At the breaking out of 
the Civil War Captain Pinkham gave up coasting. He had ob- 
tained a large knowledge of the bays and harbors from Newfound- 
land to Chesapeake Bay, and in 1869 he became a regular coast 
and river pilot, and from 1862 he has been known to Bath (Me.) 
shipbuilders as one of the most careful and experienced pilots on 
the Maine coast. Nearly all the ships built in Bath, Me., for 
several years were piloted out to sea by him, many of these being 
piloted to distant ports." 

(6) Esther Pinkham, b. Aug. 9, 1812; d. (76y.); m., 1831, 

Charles Day. 
(6) Daniel Pinkham; deceased. 

(7) Clara E. Pinkham; m., 1880, Edson C. Giles, b. June 3, 
1838. 



PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 205 

(8) Cleveland G. Giles. (8) Mattie. (8) Arthur. (8) Wes- 
ley. (8) Ralph. 

(5) Solomon Pinkham, Jr., b. June 7, 1772; d. Starks, Me., about 
1830. F. B. Greene says: "M., 1795, Sally Ball; lived Booth- 
bay Harbor, Me.; after his children were grown up and some 
of them married, he moved to Starks, Me." 
(6) Sarah Pinkham; m. Amherst Spofford. 
(6) Charlotte Pinkham; m. Benjamin Wylie. 
(6) Mary Pinkham; m. Ebenezer Lewis. 

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(5) Sarah Pinkham, b. Oct. 7, 1774; d. Feb. 7, 1848; m., 1794 
Joseph Barter, Jr., b. July 18, 1771; d. Oct., 1840; son of 
Joseph Barter and Lydia Nutter; grandson of Samuel Barter. 
(6) John Barter, b. Oct. 5, 1795. 

(6) Hannah Barter, b. April 1, 1798; m. Joseph Adams. 
(6) Judith Barter, b. March 10, 1800. 
(6) William Barter, b. April 4, 1804. 
(6) Eunice Barter, b. Jan. 5, 1808. 
(6) Bradford Barter, b. Nov. 15, 1810. 
(6) Fanny Barter, b. Oct. 3. 1813. 
(6) Mercy Barter, b. Aug. 10, 1817. 

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(5) Hannah Pinkham, b. Oct. 13, 1776; m., 1794, David Day. 

(6) Margaret Day, b. Dec. 2, 1801. 

(6) William Day, b. Feb. 2, 1804. 

(6) Susan Day, b. Aug. 26, 1806. 

(6) Charles Day, b. April 6, 1809. 

(6) Nathan Day, b. July 24, 1811. 

(6) Permelia Day, b. Aug. 24, 1813. 

(5) Capt. David Pinkham, b. March 29, 1779; d. at Newcastle, 
Me., July 4, 1839; he moved to Newcastle, Me., in 1833; m., 
Nov. 23, 1803, Sarah Brier (Bryer) of Kittery, Me., who died 
Newcastle, Me., Dec. 2, 1850. (Records of family from New- 
castle and Sheepscot (Me.) Records.) 
(6) Olive Pinkham, b. April 20, 1805; m., Nov. 23, 1826, Capt. 

John Adams of Boothbay, Me. 
(6) Capt. Warren Pinkham, b. May 22, 1807; lost at sea, Oct., 
1851; lived at Edgecomb, Me.; m., 1829, Hannah Chase of 
Edgecomb, Me. 
(6) Capt. George W. Pinkham, b. Jan. 3, 1809; d. May 11, 1848; 

m. in Edgecomb, Me., Oct., 1837, Lydia Shepherd. 
(6) Charles S. Pinkham, b. June 19, 1811; d. May 27, 1876; m., 
Nov. 2, 1840, Rosannah Brown; settled in Wisconsin. 
(7) Frank Pinkham, b. June 20, 1842. 
(7) Emily Alice Pinkham, b. May 28, 1847. 
(7) Cora Addie Pinkham, b. Nov. 29, 1849. 
(7) Charles Edward Pinkham, b. Sept. 26, 1852; d. Oct. 13, 
1854. 
(6) Capt. Edwin Pinkham, b. Sept. 29, 1813; m., Sept. 1, 1839, 
Susan F. Brown (Dodge). 
(7) Augustus Pinkham, b. June 27, 1842. 



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(7) Charles V. Piukham, b. Dec. 22, 1846. 
(6) Elisha Pinkham, b. Waldoboro, Me., July 24, 1831; moved 
to Wiscasset, Me., 1847; m., April 14, 1846, Emily K. Dodge. 
(7) Mary Elizabeth Pinkham, b. Oct. 24, 1857. 
(7) Sarah Emily Pinkham, b. Aug. 12, 1860. 
***** 
(5) Margaret Pinkham, b. March 30, 1781; m., 1804, Timothy 
Dunton. 

***** 

(5) Judith Pinkham, b. Oct. 28, 1784; m., 1807, John Webber. 
***** 

(5) Mary Pinkham, b. Oct. 1, 1787. 

***** 
(5) Abigail Pinkham, b. Oct. 31, 1791; m., 1827, James Moore. 



CHAPTER THREE. 

BECOKDS OF NATHANIEL PINKHAM OF BOOTHBAY, ME. 

(4) Nathaniel Pinkham, b. Dec. 7 (17), 1751; d. Aug. 4, 1824; m., 
1774, Martha Cartland, b. May 11, 1753; d. Nov. 14, 1825. 
"Nathaniel Pinkham lived at North Boothbay, Me., where 
Horace W. Pinkham now lives. He built the first mill where 
the Adams stream empties into Back River, and was succeeded 
by his son, Isaac, in the homestead and the mill. Private in 
Captain Davis' company; marched April 2, 1776, for sea and 
coast defence; Col. Joseph Frye's regiment." 

(5) Martha Pinkham, b. Sept. 29, 1776; d. Sept. 2, 1778. 

(5) Joseph Pinkham, b. Jan. 9, 1778; lost at sea; unm. 

Hi ^ ^ :{f :f: 

(5) Mercy Pinkham, b. Oct. 15, 1782; d. 1782. 

^ ^ ^ ^ i^ 

(5) Rebecca Pinkham, b. Oct. 15, 1782; d. 1782. 

4: 4: 4: Hi !): 

(5) Nathaniel Pinkham, b. Aug. 15, 1784; d. 1784. (F. B. G. 
"d. Sept. 3, 1803.") 

(5) Isaac Pinkham, b. April 28, 1787; d. Sept. 23, 1866; m., 1811, 
Sally Crooker, b. Sept. 13, 1794; d. April 26, 1874 (79y.). 
F. B. G.: "Isaac Pinkham lived where his father did, and he 
carried on the mill and premises; was in trade at Boothbay 
Center, Me., for years; burned out 1863. 

(6) Olive Pinkham, b. June 4, 1815; d. May 12, 1896; m., Nov. 
7, 1847, Charles Henry Hunnewell, b. Cambridge, Mass., June 
28, 1814; resides Cambridge, Mass.; he also lived Stoneham, 
Mass., four years; graduated at Cambridge School, Cam- 
bridge, Mass.; real estate dealer; son of Charles Hunnewell, 
b. Charlestowu, Mass., Oct. 29, 1789; d. April 19, 1868; car- 
riage builder; m., Sept. 15, 1813, Ruth Hadley, b. Nov. 8, 
1789; d. Reading, Mass., Aug. 11, 1885. 
(7) Charles Lyman Hunnewell, b. Boston, Mass., March 27, 

1849; d. Afii-il 3, 1849. 
(7) Charles Albert Hunnewell, b. Cam.bridge, Mass., May 8, 

1850; d. Stoneham, Mass., Oct. 24, 1856. 
(7) Eugene Murford Hunnewell, b. Cambridge, Mass., Dec. 
24, 1851; resides Middletown, N. J.; bookbinder; m., Sept. 
14, 1888, Gertrude Palmer; no children. 
(7) Alice Gertrude Hunnewell, b. Stoughton, Mass., July 19, 

1853; resides Cambridge, Mass. 
(7) Flora Adelaide Hunnewell, b. Cambridge, Mass., Nov. 9, 
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208 PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 

(7) Charles Henry Melzar Hunnewell, b. Cambridge, Mass., 
Sept. 7, 1860; resides Cambridge, Mass.; m. at Advocate 
Harbor, Nova Scotia, Dec. 22, 1891, Elizabeth Burteaux; in- 
spector of plumbing. 
(8) Berbinice Elizabeth Hunnewell, b. Cambridge, Mass., Oct. 

3, 1892. 

(8) Charles Frederick Hunnewell, b. Somerville, Mass., May 

4. 1894. 

(7) Ella Frances Hunnewell, b. Cambridge, Mass., June 13, 
18G2; resides Arlington, Mass.; m., June 13, 1884, Walter 
Whitman Conaut; bookkeeper. 

(8) Roger Whitman Conant, b. Arlington, Mass., Oct. 15, 1886. 
(6) Martha Wilson Pinkham, b. Dec. 29, 1817; d. Dec. 23, 1843 

(1842). 
(6) Isaac Pinkham, b. March 6, 1820; d. June 11, 1884; m. 
Laurena Giles; daughter of Charles Giles. 
(7) Charles Giles Pinkham. 
(6) Sarah Pinkham, b. March 6, 1823; m. Joseph Dodge 4th. 
(6) Nancy Pinkham, b. Nov. 30, 1827; d. July 1, 1898; faithful 
Christian; m., Feb. 7, 1855, John Turner, b. Dresden, Me., Oct. 
6, 1834; resides 914 Wood Street, Vineland, N. J. 
(7) Edwin Turner, b. Lynn, Mass., Aug. 7, 1856; d. 1872. 
(7) John Alfred Turner, b. Lynn, Mass., Sept. 19, 1858; hard- 
ware dealer, Vineland, N. J. 
(8) Raymond Turner, b. July 24, 1900. 
(7) William Parker Turner, b. Lynn, Mass., Sept. 19, 1858; 
hardware dealer, Vineland, N. J.; common school education; 
moved to Vineland, N. J., 1863; m., Sept. 8, 1890, Ida L. Wil- 
liams, b. Jersey City, N. J., May 8, 1866; graduated from 
Vineland (N. J.) High School, 1885; daughter of Capt. Wil- 
liam Henry Williams and Ellen Frances Wilson; parents re- 
sided Jersey City and Vineland, N. J. 

(8) Leila Eleanor Turner; adopted daughter; b. Dec. 8, 1906; 
adopted May 7, 1907. 
(7) Grace Emma Turner, b. Vineland, N. J., Sept. 3, 1865; 
resides Trenton, N. J.; studied in Vineland, N. J., public 
schools; has lived Trenton, N. J., sixteen years; m., Sept. 
10, 1888, Thomas Parker Wiggins, b. Woodstown, N. J., May 
23, 1863; studied in Elmer, N. J., public schools; manager; 
son of Thomas Parker Wiggins and Hannah Humphreys of 
Woodston and Elmer, N. J. 
(8) Elsie Grace Wiggins, b. Sept. 4, 1889; graduated from 

Trenton (N. J.) High School. 
(8) Parker Turner Wiggins, b. Oct. 4, 1898; educated in 

schools of Trenton, N. J. 
(8) Arthur Meredith Wiggins, b. July 3, 1902. 
(7) Walter Everett Turner, b. 1858; contractor and builder; 
married. 

(8) Earl Alfred Turner, b. May 20, 1894. 
(8) Bessie May Turner, b. Sept. 12, 1896. 
(8) Harrv Milton Turner, b. May 25, 1897. 
(6) Francis C. Pinkham, b. Sept. 7, 1831; d. Feb. 14, 1873; unm.; 

private. Company E, Fourteenth Maine Regiment. 
(6) Horace Wilson Pinkham, b. Oct. 24, 1837; resides on the 



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homestead, Boothbay Harbor, Me.; m., Nov. 7, 1874, Emma 

F. Fuller; private, Company E, Thirty-ninth Massachusetts 

Regiment. 
(6) Lyman W. Pinkham, b. Aug. 14, 1839; d. March 13, 1879; 

ra., 1864, Eva Cameron; d. March 3, 1876. 
(7) Alice M. Pinkham, b. May 20, 1864. 
(7) Albert Pinkham, b. Sept. 29, 1869. 
(7) Grace Pinkham, b. April 6, 1871. 
(7) Charles A. Pinkham, b. Aug. 13, 1874. 

(5) John Pinkham, b. March 7, 1791; d. June 28, 1836; lived 
where James A. Reed now resides; m., 1814, Charlotte (Abi- 
gail?) Thompson. 

(6) Joseph Pinkham, b. 1815;, d. 1822. 
(6) Martha Pinkham, b. 1818. 
(6) Charlotte Pinkham, b. April 10, 1821; m., 1837, Ebenezer 

Farnham of Linekin's Neck. 
(6) John W. Pinkham, b. 1823; d. 1829. 
(6) Joseph- Pinkham, b. 1827. 

(5) Martha Pinkham, b. July 8, 1795; d. June 22, 1812; m., 1814, 
Edmond (Edward?) Wilson. "He drifted West, married a 
second time and had one son." 

(6) Horace Pinkham Wilson. 

(6) Samuel Wilson; lived Dover and Foxcroft, Me.; no chil- 
dren. ("Isaac Pinkham, uncle of these two boys, took them 
and brought them up.") 

The following items of interest in regard to the Pinkhams of 
Boothbay, Me., etc., are grouped according to the statements in 
the excellent History of Boothbay, Southport, etc., by F. B. 
Greene, to whom the author of this book has been greatly in- 
debted for aid on many important points of the Pinkham history: 

At the close of the War of 1812, three of the ten largest tax- 
payers in Boothbay, Me., were: Benjamin Pinkham, $20.93; 
Nathaniel Pinkham, $15.53; Nathaniel Pinkham, Jr., $13.56. 

Pinkham services in the Revolutionary War: 

Ichabod Pinkham, commissioned first lieutenant. Captain Mc- 
Farland's company. Colonel Jones' regiment. May 8, 1776; also 
commissioned as captain of a detachment stationed at Boothbay, 
Me., in seacoast defense, one month, from March 24, 1780. 

James Pinkham, private in Captain Langdon's company; at 
Boothbay, Me., in seacoast defense; enlisted July 12, 1775; also 
served in Captain McAllister's company. Colonel McCobb's regi- 
ment, on Major Bagaduce's expedition; enlisted July 11, 1779. 

Nathaniel Pinkham, private. Captain Davis' company; marched 
April 2, 1776; service in seacoast defense; Col. Joseph Frye's 
regiment. 

Pinkhams in War of 1812: 

In Capt. William Maxwell Reed's company of foot, John Pink- 
ham and Nathaniel Pinkham, Jr. 

In Capt. David. R. Adams' company of foot, Nathaniel Pinkham. 

It is also known that other Pinkhams served in this war, among 

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210 PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 

them being Isaac Piukham, sou of Natbauiel and Martha Pink- 
ho.ni. 

Pinkhams in the Civil War: 

Benjamin Pinkham of Boothbay Harbor, Me., private in the 
Fifth Maine Battery. 

Francis C. Pinkham, private in Company E, Fourth Maine Regi- 
ment; died May 4, 1873. 

Horace W. Pinkham, private in Company B, Thirty-ninth Mas- 
sachusetts Regiment of Boothbay, Me. 

Osborne Pinkham, private in Company B, Fourteenth Maine 
Regiment; died in service, Feb. 20, 1862. 

Sanford L. Pinkham, private in Company F, Twentj^-fourth 
Maine Regiment; resides Butte, Mont. 

Stephen Pinkham, private in -Nineteenth Maine Regiment, un- 
assigned; died Dec. 23, 1870. 

Selectmen of Boothbay, Me.: Ichabod Pinkham, 1782-83, 1792- 
'93, 1794, 179G-'97, 1798. Nathaniel Pinkham, Jr., 1804, 1807-08. 
Benjamin Pinkham, 1810-11. Nathaniel Pinkham, 1814-15. 
Jason Pinkham, 1861, 1866, 1867, 1868, 1869, 1871-72, 1873. Dan- 
iel Piukham, 1874. Wesley Pinkham, 1889, 1890-92, 1898. 

Treasurer of Boothbay, Me., 1858, Ephraim Pinkham. 

Selectmen of Southport, Me.: Bphraim Pinkham, 1858. Ev- 
erett E. Pinkham, 1888-'89, 1890-'92, 1893. 

Town Clerk of Southport, Me.: Everett E. Pinkham, 1887, 1905. 

Treasurers of Southport, Me.: Bphraim Pinkham, 1868. Ev- 
erett B. Pinkham, 1875, 1883. 

Representatives to the Maine Legislature: Ephraim Pinkham, 
from Boothbay, Me., 1849. Paul G. Pinkham, from Boothbay, Me., 
1859. 

Superintendent School Committee of Southport, Me.: Everett 
B. Pinkham, 1870. 

Postmaster at North Boothbay, Me.: Bphraim Pinkham, ap- 
pointed June 19, 1854. Isaac Pinkham, appointed Nov. 11, 1857. 
Jason Pinkham, appointed May 27, 1871. 

Postmaster at West Southport, Me.: Everett W. Pinkham, ap- 
pointed Aug. 20, 1886. 

Merchants: Everett E. Pinkham; Isaac Pinkham. 

Pinkhams who signed a petition for the organization of a Bap- 
tist Church at Boothbay, Me., March 14, 1800: Solomon Pink- 
ham, Jr., Calvin Pinkham, Jr., Solomon Pinkham, Joseph Pink- 
ham. 

Nathaniel Pinkham signed $60 towards the building of the 
Second Congregational Church of Boothbay, Me. Among the 
members that formed the organization of the Second Congrega- 
tional Church of Boothbay, Me. (these were dismissed from the 
First Congi'egational Church) were Nathaniel Pinkham, Jr., and 
Mary J. Pinkham. 



SECTION FIVE. 

(4) LIEUT. JOSEPH PINKHAM OP JACKSOX, N. H., AND HIS 
DESCENDANTS. 

His line: (1) Ancestor Richard Pinkham. (2) John Pinkham 
and Rose Otis. (3) Thomas Pinkham and Mercy Allen. 
(4) Lieut. Joseph Pinkham, b. Dover, N. H., 1735; baptized at a 
lecture at Daniel Jacob's house, by Rev. J. Gushing, Nov. 13, 
1744, with his sisters, Sarah and Mary Pinkham; d. Jackson, 
N. H., Aug., 1819 (84y.); m. (first), Elizabeth Durin, or Deer- 
ing; m. (second), Elizabeth Hayes, who d. at Jackson, N. H., 
Jan., 1814 (67y.). 

He and his wife, Elizabeth, bought land of Thomas Davis of 
Dover, N. H., Sept. 8, 1763. The following records from Madbury, 
N. H., show that he removed there at quite an early date and was 
ever a prominent man of sterling worth: March 29, 1769, chosen 
surveyor of highways; March 28, 1771, chosen for the same work; 
March 30, 1772, chosen field driver; March 30, 1773, chosen sur- 
veyor of highways; March 30, 1775, chosen collector of taxes; 
March 28, 1777, chosen one of a committee of four to affix and 
settle in said parish what such goods and articles shall be sold 
for in said parish, agreeable to a resolve of the Honorable Coun- 
cil and House of Representatives in General Gourt assembled for 
this State; March 31, 1778, chosen selectman; Feb. 19, 1781, chosen 
one of a committee of three to hire a parish quota of Gontinental 
soldiers for three years, or during the war, at the cost of the 
parish; Feb. 1, 1781, chosen one of a committee of three as a 
standing committee to supply the state with soldiers from time 
to time as they shall be called for by the state. 

Gapt. Joseph Pinkham served in the French and Indian wars 
and in the Revolutionary War. The records of this service are 
given here in brief from the Revolutionary rolls: Joseph Pink- 
ham, husbandman, enlisted April 24, 1758, with the men selected 
by Gapt. Hercules Mooney for the reduction of Canada under 
George III. Gapt. Hodgdon's company on Seavey's Island: 
Joseph Pinkham enlisted as first lieutenant, Nov. 5, 1775. In 
Gapt. Moses Yeaton's company. Col. Joshua Wingate's regiment 
of volunteers, which joined the Continental Army of Rhode 
Island, Aug., 1778, Gapt. Joseph Pinkham acted as sergeant. In 
Timothy Emerson's company. Col. Thomas Bartlett's Eighth regi- 
ment, raised for the defense of West Point, Capt. Joseph Pinkham 
acted as lieutenant. He received his discharge Oct. 26, 1780, at 
the age of 45 with the rank of captain. His tombstone in Jack- 
son, N. H., which was erected by his son, Rufus, also bears testi- 
mony to his services in the Revolutionary War. 

In the book, "The Families of the Saco," it is said that the 
government desired to use a sloop belonging to Gapt. Joseph Pink- 
ham and Capt. Jonathan Meserve. It was purchased and paid 
for by a gi-aut of land in the White Mountains. In 1790 five fam- 



212 PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 

ilies, including those of Capt. Joseph Pinkham and his son, Joseph 
D. Pinkham, Capt. Jonathan Meserve and his brother, Clement 
Meserve, and one other family, removed from Madbury, N. H., 
to Jackson, N. H., which was then called New Madbury, and bore 
that name until 1800. Joseph Pinkham's second wife went with 
him to New Madbury, N. H. Joseph Pinkham settled in what is 
now Jackson village on the banks of the Wildcat River. His 
oldest son, Joseph (who was probably married when the family 
moved to Jackson, N. H.,), went up the Wildcat River about half 
a mile. He built a log house on, or nearly on, the present site of 
the Eagle Mountain House. Then a frame house was built on 
the exact site of the Eagle Mountain House. A part of this old 
house still remains. This part has been added to and enlarged 
until it is now the main house. In the parlor are the old-fash- 
ioned hewed logs, pinned together with wooden pins. The old 
frame must be nearly 115 years old. Joseph D. Pinkham lived 
and died in this house. His son, Joseph T., succeeded to the 
farm, and he sold it to his cousin, Cyrus Pinkham, who married 
Catherine Johnson, and came hei'e to live. Cyrus F. Pinkham 
died and left his widow with an only daughter, Helen. This 
widow kept the old farm, and married, as a second husband, 
Jonathan Gale of Vermont. After one year in Vermont they came 
to this old Pinkham farm to live. Her oldest child by the second 
husband, Jonathan Gale, was Cyrus Ervin Gale, who married 
Marcia Pinkham in 1877. C. E. Gale succeeded to the Pinkham 
farm and the parents went to live with another son in Bartlett, 
N. H. So this old place has been owned by a Pinkham since 1790 
when it was cleared up. 

Another son of Capt. Joseph Pinkham, George Pinkham, set- 
tled opposite to Joseph D. Pinkham, on the other side of the 
Wildcat River, and his son, Alexander Pinkham, lived on the 
place after him, and George Pinkham on the same place, and now 
his daughter, Anna Pinkham Pitman, lives on it. Rufus Pink- 
ham, son of Captain Joseph, settled just below George Pinkham 
on the Wildcat River. His son, Rufus, lived on the place after 
him; then it passed out of the family. Another son. Daniel Pink- 
ham, lived with Captain Joseph about half a mile below this 
place, and on the old homestead for awhile, but afterwards went 
into the woods between Jackson and Gorham, N. H., and built 
the carriage road from Jackson to Gorham, for which the State 
gave him Pinkham Grant, now known as Pinkham Notch. When 
this son Daniel left the old homestead it passed into the hands of 
strangers. A square of land in the best part of the town com- 
prised the four farms, and I understand that all, or nearly all, 
of this was given Capt. Joseph Pinkham for his sloop-bf-war. 
The two upper farms on each side of the river are still owned 
and occupied by the Pinkham descendants ; the old home now 
occupied by Mrs. Pitman, and the place where Mrs. Marcia A. 
Gale lives. The Pinkham family, as known in Jackson, N. H., 
were men and women of staunch integrity, earnest convictions 
and broad philanthropy. 

Child of first marriage of Capt. Joseph Pinkham: 
(5) Joseph Deering Pinkham, b. 1762; d. June 2, 1837; he went 
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the log house where the Eagle Mountain House now stands; 
m. at Madbury, N. H., Mary Tuttle of Dover, N. H. 
(6) Joseph Tuttle Pinkham; sold homestead to his cousin, 
Cyrus F. Pinkham; m. Jennie Woodice of Jackson, N. H. 
(7) Warren Pinkham. Samuel. Eliza. Mary Jane. Caroline. 
Children of second marriage of,Capt. Joseph Pinkham: 
(5) George Pinkham, b. Nov. 19, 1777; d. Nov. 9, 1822; lived 
opposite Joseph D. Pinkham; his son, Alexander, had this 
homestead; his granddaughter, Mrs. Anna Pinkham Pitman, 
now lives on this; m. Mary Gray of Jackson, N. H., b. 1781; 
d. June 30, 1850 (59y.). 

(6) The children are given as follows: Alexander (see records 
below) ; Darius, married; Hayes, married; Zoa (see records) ; 
Eunice;' Lavinia; Elizabeth; Alice. (Many letters were sent 
for full records of these children, but what is given below is 
all that could be secured.) 
(6) Alexander Pinkham, b. Jackson, N. H., 1803; d. 1842; 
farmer in Jackson, N. H. "He was one of the kindest of 
men, very witty and had many friends. He was ill from 
consumption for a long time. His large pet dog followed 
with the friends to his grave. He went thither every night 
after the burial until cold weather came on." M., March 1, 
1828, Alice B. Copp, b. Jackson, N. H., 1809; daughter 
of William Copp (the first white child born in Jackson, 
N. H.); who m. March, 1803, Hannah Rogers of Madbury, 
N. H. Benjamin Copp, father of this William Copp, was 
the first settler in Jackson, N. H. ; was there in 1778 ; 
for thii'teen years lived ten miles from any settlement; 
he carried his grists of corn to the mill on his back and did 
not lay them down until he reached his destination. (The 
children of William Copp2 and Hannah Rogers were: (3) 
Betsy; m. Samuel Emery. (3) Alice; m. Alexander Pink- 
ham. (3) Samuel; m. Betsy Pinkham. (3) William; m. 
Betsy Cobb. (3) Levi; m. Betsy Emery.) 
Children of Alexander Pinkham and Alice B. Copp, all born 
in Jackson, N. H.: 

(7) George Pinkham, b. Feb. 27, 1829; d. March 31, 1905; 
farmer; always in Jackson, N. H.; a friend to all, especially 
to the poor; m., Nov. 7, 1855, m Jackson, N. H., Emily 
Sleeper Trickey of Jackson, N. H., b. Sept. 1, 1825; d. July 
17, 1900; studied in the schools of Jackson and North Con- 
way, N. H.; daughter of James C. Trickey and Ruth Elkins. 
Children born in Jackson, N. H. 
"In the passing away of George Pinkham, our town of Jackson 
meets with an unfortunate loss. With him has gone beyond re- 
call a greater amount of practical knowledge than can be found 
in one person among ten thousand, a knowledge gained by many 
years of careful observation and deep thinking. Born in the same 
house in which he lived for more than three score years and ten 
allotted to man, he passed into eternity with a character as strong 
and staunch as the surrounding mountains, and as true as the 
blue sky above his dwelling. He was a noble man in every sense 
of the word, whose promise was considex-ed as good as his note, 



214 PINKHAM GENExVLOGY. 

and the fulfillment of it as sure to come as the rising of the sun. 
One could not converse with him for half an hour without learn- 
ing something of practical value. His life-long occupation, farm- 
ing, became a science with him, and he solved more problems in 
this line than any farmer I ever met. No hindrances in the 
many branches of his work were too slight to receive careful 
thought and deep study for their removal; and to this one thing 
is due in large measure his wonderful success where ninety-nine 
men in a hundred would have utterly failed. His local weather 
predictions were considered of far more importance than the 
weather bureau reports, and it was nothing unusual for pleasure- 
seekers to consult him before starting on a trip if the weather 
seemed doubtful. But, with all his vast knowledge of nature in 
her varied forms, he was wholly devoid of egotism; a more mod- 
est, retiring, but yet open nature it would be hard to find. His 
heart one might read at a glance, for he had nothing to conceal, 
but much to give out freely. He was always a friend to the un- 
fortunate, and ready to assist in every way that he could. What 
need is there of saying, 'He was born on such a day in the year?' 
Might we not better say, 'He came, he saw, he conquered.' Not 
only did he conquer earth and nature, and wrest from them their 
valued secrets, but the large number of his own townspeople, both 
old and young, who gathered to pay their last tribute of respect 
to him proved beyond a doubt that he had penetrated the hidden 
depths of many hearts and found a friend in every one. The 
present generation might follow his example of moral purity, high 
honor and uprightness, his open-hearted generosity and fellow- 
ship with much profit, not only to themselves, but to the world at 
large." 

"George Pinkham was twelve years old when his father died, 
and the oldest son. He was a large, strong boy. From the time 
of his father's death he was the head of the family, going ahead 
with the farm work, with a little help from his uncle for a year 
or two. He saw hard times, but he became a very successful 
farmer, one of the leading ones in Jackson. His wife, Emily S. 
Trickey, was a very superior woman." 

(8) Marcia Emma Gorden Pinkham, b. Feb. 4, 1858; m., Dec. 
17, 1877, Cyrus Ervin Gale, b. Groton, Vt., May 28, 1849; 
son of the Rev. Jonathan Gale, who d. Sept. 8, 1903; M. B. 
minister; who m. as her second husband, Mrs. Katherine 
(Johnson) Pinkham (her first husband was Cyrus F. Pink- 
ham). His parents moved to Jackson, N. H., when he was 
two months old. He has been the very successful pro- 
prietor of the Eagle Mountain House at Jackson, N. H., 
for nearly 30 years. This was originally a log house, built 
and occupied by Joseph Bearing Pinkham. Since then five 
generations of Pinkhams have lived in it. The farm of 300 
acres was a part of the tract of land given to Capt. Joseph 
Pinkham by the government in exchange for his sh:ire in 
a sloop-of-war at Portsmouth, N. H., harbor. 
(10) Eliot Nazro Gale, b. Jackson, N. H., Oct. 11, 1880; re- 
sides West Fryeburg, Me.; farmer; studied in Jackson, 
N. H., public schools; m., June 10, 1903, Abbie Moody, 
b. Tamworth, N. H., July 2, 1876; studied in Tam worth, 



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N. H., schools; daughter of Horace Moody, b. Ossipee, 
N. H., May 30, 1825; d. April 17, 1900; and of Abbie 
Davis, b. Jackson, N. H., April 18, 1844; these parents 
resided in Fryeburg, Me. 
(11) Katherine Elizabeth Gale, b. May 31, 1905. 

(10) Arthur Pinkham Gale, b. April 2, 1882; manager of 
the Eagle Mountain House, Jackson, N. H.; had a fine 
reputation as a student, graduating from Brewster Free 
Academy, Wolfboro, N. H., 1900, with highest honors; 
, graduated from Dartmouth College with degree of B. S., 

1904. 

(10) Mary Anna Gale, b. March 26, 1884; graduated from 
Brewster Free Academy, Wolfboro, N. H., 1903; since 
then a very successful teacher in North Conway (N. H.) 
Grammar School and Jackson, N. H., schools. 

(10) Emily Alice Gale, b. March 6, 1887; graduated from 
Whitefleld (N. H.) High School. 

(10) Maud Ruth Gale, b. Jan. 22, 1891; a fine musician; 
studied music in Boston, Mass., 1905-06 with Mrs. Emilie 
Grant Wilkinson, teacher of piano, etc. 

(10) Helen Persis Gale, b. June 24, 1896. 

(10) Marcia Cyrene Gale, b. Nov. 25, 1899. 

(8) Anna Martha Pinkham, b. Sept. 24, 1860; has resided 
in Jackson, N. H., since her marriage; studied in the Jack- 
son, N. H., schools; m., Nov. 24, 1878, Levi Chubbuck Pit- 
man, b. Bartlett, N. H., Jan. 1, 1851; studied in Bartlett 
schools; son of Hon. G. N. M. Pitman and Emily Chub- 
buck. 

(10) Icona Tilden Pitman, b. Jackson, N. H., Sept. 13, 1879; 
resides Jackson; graduated from Pinkerton Academy, 
Derry, N. H., June 20, 1900. 
(10) Levi Winthrop Pitman, b. Jan. 10, 1881; farmer at 
Jackson, N. H. 
(7) William Pinkham, b. Aug. 3, 1831; d. Aug. 3, 1833 (2y.). 
(7) William Pinkham, b. 1835; d. 1840 (5y.). 
(7) Vander Pinkham, b. 1837; d. April 7, 1838 (9m.). 
(7) Vander Pinkham; d. Aug. 17, 1840 (8m.). 
(7) Uriah Leland Pinkham, b. Jackson, N. H., Dec. 20, 1834; 
resides North Fryeburg, Me.; studied in Jackson, N. H., 
schools; has also lived Chatham, N. H.; m., May 16, 1856, 
Emeline Rogers, b. Dec. 31, 1836; d. Sept. 12, 1893; studied 
in Jackson, N. H., schools; daughter of John Rogers and 
Susan Gray. 

(8) Adia Etta Pinkham, b. Jan. 19, 1862; studied in Chat- 
ham, N. H., schools; resides Stow, Me.; m., March 27, 1877, 
Frank Hill Wissell, b. Stowe, Me., Feb. 1, 1859; studied 
Fryeburg, Me., schools; farmer; son of Jacob B. Wissell, 
b. Wakefield, N. H., Aug. 24, 1806; d. 1887; m. Louisa 
Ricker, who was b. March 11, 1815; d. Feb. 1, 1904; these 
parents resided at Stowe and Fryeburg, Me. 
(9) Cora May Wissell, b. June 16, 1879; unm. 
(9) John Edwin Wissell, b. June 4, 1881; unm. 

(9) Mildred Edith Wissell, b. Nov. 3, 1889; unm. 

(8) William Selden Pinkham, b. Feb. 5, 1805; farmer at North 



216 PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 

Fryeburg, Me.; studied in Chatham, N. H., schools; m., 
March 31, 1891, Alice Isabel Burrows, b. Rollinsford, N. H., 
June 4, 1864; daughter of Orrin R. Burrows, b. Nov. 3, 
1844, and of Sophrouia A. Johnson, b. Oct. 16, 1845. 

(9) Ivory Orrin Pinkham, b. March 5, 1893. 

(9) Edna Myrtle Pinkham, b. June 30, 1895. 

(9) Gladys Viola Pinkham, b. Aug. 6, 1899. 

(9) George Harriman Pinkham, b. April 11, 1901. 

(9) Reba Mariner Pinkham, b. April 30, 1903; d. Sept. 26, 
1904. 
(8) Emma Jane Pinkham, b. June 19, 1869; resides Berwick, 
Me.; studied in Chatham, N. H., schools; m., Aug. 22, 1891, 
John T. Whitaker, b. Conway, N. H., Jan. 18, 1866; marble 
cutter; son of Wilber F. Whitaker, b. July 21, 1830, and of 
Cordelia Charles, b. March 9, 1837. 

(9) Lester Ray Whitaker, b. Dec. 28, 1891. 

(9) Walter Leland Whitaker, b. Aug. 9, 1893. 
(8) Walter Leland Pinkham, b. April 16, 1873; farmer at 
North Fryeburg, Me.; uum. 

Child of George Pinkham and Mary Gray: 
(6) Zoa Pinkham, b. Jackson, N. H.; d. Wanson, Wis.; m., 
1826, Mark Manson, who d. Jackson, N. H.; farmer. 
(7) George P. Manson, b. March 16, 1828; d. 1874; no chil- 
dren. 
(7) Rufus Pinkham Manson, b. Eaton, N. H., Feb. 13, 1830; 
d. Feb. 21, 1897; lumberman; m., Nov. 13, 1854, Catherine 
Nicoll, b. Oct. 22, 1832; d. July 5, 1897; she lived with her 
McPhail grandparents until her marriage at Perth, Canada; 
daughter of Peter Nicoll and Margaret McPhail. 
(8) George Willard Manson, b. Aug. 23, 1855; d. April 11, 
1894; studied in the schools of Wanson, Wis.; lived Apple- 
ton, Wis., etc.; lumberman; m., Sept. 12, 1883, Elizabeth 
Rebecca Scholfield, b. Stevens' Point, Wis., March 4, 1858; 
now resides Wanson, Wis. 

(9) Edward Scholfield Manson, b. Sept. 6, 1885; studied in 
Wanson, Wis., schools; manual training N. S.; Kansas 
City, Mo., now taking post-graduate course at School of 
Technology, Boston, Mass. 
(8) John Nicoll Manson, b. March 4, 1857; resides Wanson, 
Wis.; studied Wanson, Wis., schools; at Lawrence Univer- 
sity, Appleton, Wis.; insurance agent; m., March 14, 1888, 
Helen Stewart, b. Philadelphia, Pa., Dec. 16, 1861; daugh- 
ter of William R. Stewart and Susanna Herman How. 
(9) Katherine Virginia Manson, b. Feb. 21, 1889. 
(9) William Stewart Manson, b. Feb. 21, 1889. 
(9) John Nicoll Manson, b. Dec. 15, 1896. 
(9) Charles L. Manson, b. April 26, 1899. 
(9) Stewart Ham Manson, b. Feb. 28, 1903. 
(9) Susanna Hermon Manson, b. Feb. 10, 1905. 
(8) Zoa Manson, b. Sept. 1, 1858; resides Wanson, Wis.; 
studied in Wanson, Wis., schools; m., Sept. 1, 1880, Wil- 
liam Dowie Scholfield, b. Stevens' Point, Wis., Oct. 15, 1856; 
lumberman; son of William Scholfield and Mary Haselton. 



PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 217 

(9) William Rufus Scholfield, b. Jan. 21, 1883; lumberman; 
stutlied Wanson, Wis., schools, and Leland Stanford Uni- 
versity, California. 
(9) Harvey Haselton Scholfield, b. May 18, 1888. 
(9) Mark Manson Scholfield, b. May 18, 1888. 
(8) Margaret Manson, b. Sept. 3, 18G0; d. April 9, 1862. 
(8) Mark Ernest Manson, b. Jan. 11, 1862; at Janbank, 
Alaska; mining and lumbering; studied in Wanson, Wis., 
schools and Commercial College, Milwaukee, Wis. 
(8) William R. Manson, b. Sept. 13, 1863; resides Hobart, 
Wash.; graduated from Milwaukee (Wis.) Commercial 
College; lumberman; unm. 
(8) Mattie Manson, b. March 12, 1865; resides Wanson, Wis.; 
m., Oct. 18, 1900, Frank Hiles Pardoe, b. Newton, la., Feb. 
19, 1868; lumberman. 
(8) Charles Leighton Manson, b. Dec. 20, 1866; d. Dec. 22, 
1894; num.; studied in Milwaukee (Wis.) Commercial Col- 
lege and Cornell University; lumberman. 
(8) Sarah Manson, b. Sept. 24, 1868; d. Sept. 24, 1869. 
(8) Rufus Pinkham Manson, b. April 29, 1870; resides Wan- 
son, Wis.; studied in Wanson, Wis., schools and Beloit 
College, Wis. 
(8) Herbert Hayes Manson, b. April 15, 1872; resides Wan- 
son, Wis.; studied home schools; University of Michigan; 
in collegiate and law course; lawyer; m., June 28, 1905, 
Daisy E. Dyer, b. Lamar, Mo., April 23, 1878; studied in 
Lamar, Mo., schools; daughter of Albert Augustus Dyer 
and Elizabeth Smith. 
(8) Catherine Virginia Manson, b. April 3, 1878; resides Wan- 
son, Wis.; graduated Wanson (Wis.) High School, 1895; 
Smith College, 1899-1900; Milwaukee Downer Seminary, 
1898-'99. 
(7) John A. Manson, b. Jackson, N. H.; May 29, 1833; d. Dec. 
20, 1863; worked for the Illinois Central Railroad for some 
years; was in its employ when he died; m. in New Carlisle, 
Ohio, April 13, 1862, Mary Scoese, b. New Carlisle, Ohio, 
May 12, 1837; studied in New Carlisle (Ohio) Academy; she 
resides 311 Main Street, Niles, Mich, (now Mrs. Mary Ba- 
con) ; daughter of John Scoese and Leah Cathcart of Vir- 
ginia, and removed to Ohio. 
(7) Darius Pinkham Manson, b. March 22, 1835; d. June 1, 

1858. 
(7) Sarah S. Manson, b. Sept. 12, 1836; d. April 5, 1866; m. 

Charles Leighton; no children. 
(7) Mary Manson, b. May 19, 1839; d. Jan. 9, 1866; m. Mr. 
Weeks. 

(9) Son; died. 
(7) Martha Jane Manson, b. Feb. 14, 1842; d. July 16, 1861. 
(7) Hannah S. Manson, b. Aug. 24, 1845; d. Feb. 5, 1897; m. 
Samuel Snow of Wanson, Wis. 

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Third child of Lieut. Joseph Pinkham: 
(5) Rev. Daniel Pinkham, b. Jan. 7, 1779; d. June 25, 1855 



218 PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 

(76y.); resided Jackson, N. H., 1787-1828; Pinkhnm's Grant, 
1828-35; Lancaster, N. H., 1835-55; m., Jan. 19, 1804, Esther 
Chesley, b. Oct. 19, 1782; d. June 5, 1871 (89y.) ; buried at 
Lancaster, N. H. 
"He constructed the Glen road for the State of New Hampshire 
through the Pinkhara Notch, from the town of Jackson (then 
Adams) to Randolph (then Durand), N. H. The State lands in 
the Pinkham Grant were given him by the State in part payment 
for his services in building and opening up this mountain high- 
way. This grant was near the base of Mount Washington. He is 
said to have received other lands for his great work, which is 
said to have been a great financial loss to himself. Prior to 1822 
people in the New Hampshire towns of Lancaster, Kilkenny, 
Durant, Adams, Bartlett and Conway, subscribed about $1,000, 
payable in labor, towards a carriage road from Adams to Durand, 
on the east side of the White Mountains. They gave their obli- 
gations to Daniel Pinkham of Adams, who undertook to make 
such a road, with bridges. In consideration of Pinkham building 
such a road, etc., within three years, to the satisfaction of John 
Pendexter, Jr., John Wilson and John Bowman, the State of New 
Hampshire, by a resolution passed June 16, 1824, agreed to con- 
vey to the said Daniel Pinkham all the State lands in Adams and 
160 rods on each side of the said road through the unlocated 
lands between Adams and Durand. The construction commenced, 
but many obstacles arose. Time was extended by the State for 
three years from said June 16, 1824, by an act approved June 26, 
1827. On July 3, 1829, the State Treasurer was instructed to 
deed, provided the road was completed one year from the first 
of June next. By resolution June 25, 1830, time was extended, 
etc. By resolution of June 27, 1833, the Treasurer was again au- 
thorized to deed, etc., and again by a resolution approved July 4, 
1834. Under such authority the Treasurer executed a deed to 
Daniel Pinkliam from the State of New Hampshire, dated June 
23, 1835. Daniel Pinkham lost much money in the building of 
this road, but he held fast to his determination until, after many 
years, his grand work was accomplished. He also built the bridle 
path to the top of Mount Washington. He was also a very good 
farmer, but the work in which he took most pleasure was that of 
a Free Baptist minister. He was licensed to preach about 1815, 
and labored with great success in Bartlett, Randolph, Jefferson, 
Jackson, Pinkham Grant and Lancaster, N. H. He was 'a lay 
preacher of great ability, and he was widely known for the good 
which he did. He was eminently a thinker, and his conclusions 
on all subjects were always considered and ready." 

Children of Daniel Pinkham and Esther Chesley: 
(6) Ann Pinkham, b. Jackson, N. H., Sept. 12, 1804; d. Nov. 
10, 1847 (43y.); buried Lancaster, N. H.; studied in the 
Jackson, N. H., common schools; always resided Jackson; m., 
about 1824, Joseph Hanson, b. Wakefield, N. H., April 13, 
1802; d. Lancaster, N. H., March 28, 1873 (71y.); buried 
Lancaster, N. H. "When a small boy he moved with his 
parents to Adams (now Jackson), N. H.; studied in the com- 
mon schools; farmer; son of Isaac Hanson, who lived in the 
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PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 219 

(7) Lucy Adeline Hanson, b. Dec. 19, 1825; d. Feb. 19, 1869; 
studied in Lancaster, N. H., schools; m., May 27, 1849, Dan- 
iel Leach, b. Manchester, Mass., March 10, 1822; lived and 
died in Manchester, Mass.; attended public schools; manu- 
facturer and retail dealer of furniture; member of the school 
committee for several years ; trustee of public library from 
1870 until his death; son of Daniel Leach and Deborah Hill 
of Manchester, Mass. Mr. Daniel Leach m. (second), Eliza 
Everett Lowe, b. Manchester, Mass., Oct. 16, 1866; educated 
in public schools; daughter of Albert Everett Howe and 
Elizabeth Kitfield of Manchester, Mass. 

(8) Serviny Hanson Leach, b. Sept. 9, 1853; d. July 4, 1859. 

(8) Lowis Nelson Leach, b. April 5, 1855; d. Nov. 19, 1865. 
(8) Fannie Atwood Leach, b. July 3, 1858; d. July 15, 1883. 

(8) Lucy Ella Leach, b. Aug. 15, 1860; resides Chicago; m., 
Sept. 2, 1886, William R. Hayes; wife a graduate of Wel- 
lesley College, 1883. 

(9) Frederick W. C. Hayes, b. Sept. 7, 1888. 
(9) Lucy Hanson Hayes, b. Dec, 1901. 
(7) Wright Pinkham Hanson. 

(7) Daniel Pinkham Hanson, b. Green's Grant, N. H., Jan. 15, 
1830; resides 5705 Halstead Street, Chicago, 111.; has lived 
West 54 years; graduated from Lancaster (N. H.) Academy, 
1847; taught by Daniel Chesley Pinkham; cabinet-maker; 
m. in Chicago, III., Jan. 1, 1853, Frances C. Clark, b. New 
York City, May 7, 1837; graduated from Ladies' Seminary, 
Chicago, 111., 1852; daughter of Elisha Clark and Miss La- 
zell. The children all reside in Chicago, 111. 

(8) Augustus P. Hanson, b. July 31, 1854. 

(8) Lydia H. Hanson, b. Jan. 24, 1856. 

(8) Mary F. Hanson, b. June 29, 1859. 

(8) Webster L. Hanson, b. Jan. 7, 1863. 

(8) Joseph B. Hanson, b. July 21, 1874. 
(7) Franklin Smith Hanson, b. on the Gorham road, near the 
Copp's place, Lancaster, N. H., Aug. 5, 1832; d. Nov. 1, 1899; 
after 1852 lived in Chicago, 111.; before that lived in Lan- 
caster, N. H., and Salem, Mass.; studied in district schools 
and in the academy conducted by bis uncle, Daniel C. Pink- 
ham; owned and operated the New England Mills, large 
flour and corn meal mills in Chicago, 111., from 1860 to 1899; 
m., Sept. 12, 1859, Marie Geary, b. Mackinac Island, Mich., 
March 25, 1837; d. May 15, 1901; attended post school on 
native island; graduated from Madame Faurnaurice School, 
New York X!ity; daughter of Matthew Geary and Maria 
Agnes Mahoney. 

(8) Only child, Daisy M. Hanson, b. Chicago, 111., June 16, 
1870; attended schools of Chicago, 111.; always in Chicago; 
m., Dec. 7, 1897, Edwin B. Harts, b. Springfield, 111., July 
26, 1868; educated in local public schools; Princeton Uni- 
versity, 1891; University of Michigan, 1893; admitted to the 
bar 1893, at Springfield, 111.; son of Capt. P. W. Harts and 
Harriet Bates. 

(9) Hanson Harts, b. Sept. 6, 1899. 

(9) Mary Harts, b. Nov. 12, 1904. 



220 PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 

(7) Hon. Joseph P. Hanson; resides Yankton, S. D. 
(7) Abbie Hanson, b. Lancaster, N. H., Feb. 17, 1839; d. May 
19, 190G; m., Aug. 22, 18G1, Major Daniel Webster Whittle, 
b. Chicopee Falls, Mass., Nov. 22, 1840; d. March 4, 1900; 
resided Chicago, 111., 1860-93; in Northfield, Mass., 1893- 
1900; employed by American Express Co.; Elgin Watch 
Co.; celebrated evangelist. 

(8) Charles Everett Whittle, b. July 29, 1866; d. May 10, 
1894; m., June, 1889, Bessie Frary, who resides Northfield, 
Mass. 

(9) Margaret Whittle, b. March 29, 1890. 
(9) Dorothy Whittle, b. Feb. 12, 1894. 
(8) Mary Whittle, b. Chicago, 111., March 20, 1870; resides 
East Northfield, Mass.; lived in Chicago, 111., until 1893; m., 
Aug. 29, 1894, William Revell Moody, b. Chicago, 111., March 
28, 1869; graduated from Mount Herinon (Mass.) Boys' 
School, 1887; from Yale University, 1891; manager of 
Northfield, Mass., schools; son of Dwight Lyman Moody 
and Mary Revell, who resided in Chicago, III., and North- 
field, Mass. 

(9) Irene Moody, b. Aug. 20, 1895; d. Aug. 22, 1899. 
(9) Dwight Lyman Moody, b. Nov. 7, 1897; d. Nov. 30, 1898. 
(9) Mary Whittle Moody, b. Nov. 13, 1899. 
(9) Constance Annie Moody, b. April 25, 1901. 
(9) Emma Charlotte Moody, b. Sept. 1, 1904. 
(9) Beatrice Hanson Moody, b. March 13, 1906. 
(8) Webster Wait Whittle, b. May 1, 1875; d. March 25, 1885. 
(8) Ruth Whittle, b. Dec. 11, 1885; resides Boston, Mass.; 
m., April, 1907, Norman McGaflln. 

(7) William Henry Hanson, b. Lancaster, N. H., July 11, 1841; 
d. Lancaster, N. H., Aug. 23, 1895; m., Dec. 12, 1871, Helen 
A. Eastman. 

(8) Sarah Ann Hanson, b. Jan. 6, 1874; m. Fred Rich of 
Lancaster, N. H. 

(9) Helen Rich; died at two years at Lancaster, N. H. 
(8) Joseph William Hanson, b. Aug. 17, 1878; m. Mabel 
Stevens of Coos, N. H. 
(9) Pearl. Helen. Dorothy. 
(8) Jennie Matilda Hanson, b. Oct. 2, 1880; m. O'Neil Twitch- 
ell of Lancaster, N. H. 
(9) Harold Hanson Twitchell. 

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(6) Betsy Pinkham, b. Pinkham Grant, N. H., Jan. 16, 1806; 
d. June 24, 1883 (77y.); from 1831 to 1833 resided in Jack- 
son, N. H.; 1833 in Bartlett, N. H., and to 1837; resided in 
Pinkham Grant from 1837 to 1847; then in Jackson, N. H., 
three years; Bridgton, Me., two and a half years; Stowe, Me., 
ten years; then resided with her children in various places; 
m., about 1829, Samuel Copp, b. Jack-son, N. H., adjoining 
the Pinkham home, March 21, 1807; d. Oct., 1876; he and his 
wife studied in the Jackson town schools; his occupation, 
lumbering and farming; on leaving Bartlett, N. H., he pur- 
chased 500 acres of land of Daniel Pinkham from the Pink- 
ham quit claim from the State, the title to which was not 



PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 221 

good; he lost all this land in a lawsuit with John Bellows of 
Lancaster, N. H.; he was a farmer the rest of his life; son 
of William Copp and Betsy Cobb; grandson of William Copp 
and Betsy Rogers. 

(7) Hannah Jane Copp, b. Pinkham Grant, N. H., Aug. 11, 
1830; resides Cornish, Me.; attended schools of Lancaster 
and Jackson, N. H., and Stowe and Bridgton, Me.; m., Jan. 
13, 1858, Benjamin Wiley, b. Fryeburg, Me., April 16, 1821; 
d. Feb. 16, 1893; studied Fryeburg, Me., schools; farmer; 
has resided mostly in Fryeburg and Stowe, Me., and five 
years in Pennsylvania. 

(8) Only child, Janette (Nettie) Wiley, b. Stowe, Me., Nov. 

24, 1859; graduated from Bridgton (Me.) Academy, July, 

1883; resides Cornish, Me.; bookkeeper in Portland, Me., 

for several years. 

(7) Elizabeth Chesley Copp; resides East Baldwin, Me.; 

widow; m. Joseph Richardson. 

(8) Anna Heath Richardson; m. Dr. Lorenzo Norton. 
(8) Nelly May Richardson; deceased. 
(7) Daniel Pinkham Copp, b. Bartlett, N. H., March 21, 1835; 
resides 14 Gibson Street, Dorchester, Mass.; lived in Johns- 
ton, Pa., 1866-'68; Grant, Pa., 1868-71; Greensburg, Pa., 
1871-72; Chatham, N. H., 1872-76; Cornish. Me., 1876-'84; 
Wolfeboro, N. H., 1884-'88; Manchester, N. H., 1888-92; 
Quincy, Mass., 1896; studied in Fryeburg, Me., schools and 
in Fryeburg (Me.) Academy; carpenter; m. at Johnstown, 
Pa., April 14, 1867, Sarah Ann Davis, b. Woodbury, Pa., Dec. 
4, 1833; daughter of Thomas Davis and Catherine Potter of 
Bedford, Pa. 

(8) William Roy Copp, b. Richmond, Pa., Jan. 1, 1868; re- 
sides Cornish, Me.; studied in Cornish, Me., schools; lived 
in South Chatham, N. H., 1877-78; in Cornish, Me., 1878- 
1907; merchant; m., June 6, 1891, Sadie Brackett, b. Cor- 
nish, Me., April, 1862; graduated from Farmington (Me.) 
State Normal School, 1880; daughter of Isaac N. Brackett 
and Eliza J. Stone of Cornish, Me. 
(9) Lincoln Brackett Copp, b. April 22, 1895. 
(8) Everett Burt Copp, b. June 20, 1869; d. April 27, 1879. 
(8) Jessie Maud Copp, b. Aug. 8, 1871; oil painting artist at 

Dorchester, Mass. 
(8) Crissee Lyle Copp, b. July 25, 1873; d. April 10, 1879. 
(8) Alice Blanche Copp, b. July 1, 1875; d. March 23, 1879. 
(7) William Copp; died in the army. 
(7) Randall B. Copp; residts South Portland, Me. 

(8) George A.. Copp; unm. 
(7) Alexander Pinkham Copp; resides Cornish, Me.; under- 
taker; in the marble works with his brother, George W. 
Copp. 

(8) Myrta Simpson Copp. 
(7) George Washington Copp, b. Jackson, N. H., Aug. 8, 1845; 
resides Cornish, Me.; has lived in Jackson, N. H., and at 
Stowe and Fryeburg, Me.; studied in the common schools; 
retail marble dealer; m., Sept. 24, 1885, Amanda J. Drew, 
nee Ellis, b. Canton, N. H., Dec. 15, 1850; studied in com- 



222 PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 

niou schools; daughter of Thomas Ellis and Eliza A. Thurs- 
ton; no children. 
(7) Ann Delestra Copp, b. Bartlett, N. H., April 24, 1850; re- 
sides Cornish, Me.; has lived in Hiram, Cornish, Bridgton, 
Stowe, Fryeburg and other Maine towns; m., March 9, 1875, 
Jason L. Webb, b. Chatham, N. H., Dec. 14, 1840; studied in 
the schools of Lovell, Me.; worked in a sawmill. 
(8) Walter L. Webb, b. Hiram, Me., Sept. 23, 1876; resides 
Cornish, Me.; printer; graduated from Shaw's Business 
College, Portland, Me.; m., Sept. 24, 1898, Laura Weeks of 
East Parsonsfield, Me. 
(9) Doris Geneva Webb, b. Jan. 9, 1904. 
(8) Burt C. Webb, b. Nov. 23, 1880; resides 24 Mrytle Street, 

Springfield, Mass.; electrotyper. 
(8) Beulah Webb, b. Sept. 24, 1884; d. Oct. 14, 1884. 

(6) Sarah Pinkham, b. Jan. 9, 1808; d. Lancaster, N. H., Dec. 
31, 1896 (89y.); buried Lancaster, N. H.; resided Jackson and 
Lancaster, N. H.; m. (first), William G. Wentworth; d. at 
Lancaster, N. H., Sept. 6, 1862 (54y.); m. (second), Joseph 
Hanson, b. Wakefield, N. H., Aug. 13, 1802; d. Lancaster, N. 
H., Feb. 28, 1872. 

(6) Benjamin Randall Pinkham, b. Jackson, N. H., July 19, 
1812; d. Bartlett, N. H., April 26, 1887; buried Lancaster, 
N. H.; studied in the Jackson, N. H., schools; lived Lancas- 
ter; stage driver and farmer; m. in Shelburne, N. H., April, 
1835, Sarah Ann Bordman Evans, b. Shelburne, N. H., Jan. 
11, 1816; d. Lancaster, N. H., Feb. 3, 1892; buried Lancaster, 
N. H.; studied in common schools; son of Daniel Evans and 
Phila Clemens. 

(7) Sarah Amelia Pinkham, b. Lancaster, N. H., April 24, 
1837; resides Newport, R. I.; m., Nov. 15, 1855, John S. 
Ockington, b. Randolph, N. H., April 26, 1827; d. May 6, 
1884; studied in Stratford, N. H., schools; lived in Lan- 
caster, N. H. 

(8) Ada M. Ockington, b. Lancaster, N. H., Aug. 31, 1856; 
d. Plymouth, N. H., Nov. 16, 1890; m., Oct. 15, 1884, Frank 
W. Poole. 
(8) Laura J. Ockington, b. Lancaster, N. H., April 3, 1861; 

d. Lancaster, N. H., May 4, 1862. 
(8) Joshua S. Ockington, b. June 26, 1866; d. July 18, 1866. 

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(6) Martha Pinkham, b. Jackson, N. H., Jan. 15, 1815; d. Aug. 
7, 1885; studied in the common schools; lived in the New 
Hampshire towns of Jackson, Pinkham's Grant and Shel- 
burne; m., May 29, 1834, Otis Evans, b. Shelburne, N. H., 
March 12, 1811; d. Shelburne, N. H., Oct. 13, 1886; studied in 
the common schools; always resided in Shelburne, N. H. ; 
farmer. Children all born in Shelburne, N. H. 

(7) Daniel Pinkham Evans, b. Dec. 6, 1835; d. Concord, N. 
H., April 30, 1889; unm. 

(7) William W. Evans, b. Sept. 17, 1837; d. Nov. 29, 1861; unm. 

(7) Alfred Randall Evans, b. March 21, 1849; resides Gorham, 



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N. H.; graduated Lancaster (N. H.) Academy, Nichols 
Latin School, Lewistou, Me.; graduated from Dartmouth 
College, 1872; attoruey-at-law; president of the Berlin (N. 
H.) National Bank for ten years previous to 1901; Judge 
of the Probate Court for Coos County, N. H., since Jan., 
1895; Brigadier-General; Quartermaster-General on staff of 
Governor of New Hampshire, 1907-08; m. at Boston, Mass.,. 
June 1, 1880, Mrs. Dora J. Briggs, b. Lawrence, Mass., Feb. 
22, 1852; graduated from Gorham (N. H.) High School; 
daughter of Charles W. Bean and Mary D. Osgood; no chil- 
dren. 

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(6) Harriet Pinkham, b. July 16, 1817; d. Oct. 1, 1854 (37y.) ; 
resided at Jackson, N. H.; buried at Lancaster, N. H.; unm. 

(6) Daniel Chesley Pinkham, b. Jackson, N. H., March 29, 1820; 
d. Lancaster, N. H., Oct. 31, 1889; studied in Lancaster, N. 
H., schools and graduated from Dartmouth College, 1842. 
After graduating from college he taught for a year at Con- 
way, N. H., and the same period at Lancaster Academy. He 
also taught in an academy in Beloit, Wis. While teaching 
in Lancaster (N. H.) Academy, he studied law in the office 
of Ex-Gov. Williams. He was admitted to the bar in Jeffer- 
son County, Wis. He practised law in Wisconsin for two 
years, serving as clerk of court, Jefferson County, Wis. In 
1849 his spirit of adventure led him to California, where he 
acted as county surveyor and civil engineer in Eldorado 
County. He returned to Lancaster, N. H., in 1853, and was 
clerk of court for Coos County, N. H., 1856-'62. He was edi- 
tor of the Cods County Republican from Oct., 1862 to Aug., 
1863. Owing to failing health he was then obliged to give 
up regular work, though he continued his law practice, with 
some interruptions, for many years. He was for a long time 
superintendent of schools. He was an interesting conversa- 
tionalist, an easy writer and a ready debator, his calm and 
even disposition, his gi-eat wit, together with his hospitality 
and friendly manners, endeared him to a large circle of 
friends. He was with a law firm in Beloit, Wis., four years; 
m., June 20, 1864, Emily Maria Stockwell, b. Lancaster, N. 
H., Dec. 5, 1841; resides Saranac Lake, N. Y. ; studied in pub- 
lic schools, Lancaster (N. H.) Academy and St. Johnsbury 
(Vt.) Academy; daughter of William Rogers Stockwell and 
Sophia Maria Savage. 

(7) Mary Eifimons Pinkham, b. Lancaster, N. H., Sept. 5, 
1865; resides 10 Townsend Avenue, Stapleton, New York 
City; has lived Lancaster, N. H., New York City, Henderson, 
N. C, Ypsilanti, Mich., Greenwich, Conn., Roselle Park, N. 
Y. ; graduated from Lancaster (N. H.) High School and 
academy there; five years of art study in New York City, 
including three years at the Art Students' League, New York 
City. She taught in Lancaster, N. H., two years; taught in 
Greenwich (Conn.) High School two years; in Henderson 
College, Henderson, N. C, one year; taught art and music 
at Ypsilanti, Mich.; taught in the public schools of New 



224 PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 

York City three years; supervisor of drawing, Borough of 
Richmond, New York City, three years; unm. 
(7) Martha Evans Pinkham, b. Lancaster, N. H., Feb. 9, 1867; 
resides Saranac Lake, N. Y.; graduated from Lancaster 
(N. H.) High School and Academy, Chaffee's Phonographic 
School, Oswego, N. Y.; has resided Lancaster, N. H., Os- 
wego, N. Y., New York City, Roselle Park, N. J., Saranac 
Lake, N. Y.; m., June 20, 1890, Harold Sydney King, b. un- 
der the French flag in transit from France to America, Aug. 
17, 1866; law clerk; no children. 
(7) Daniel William Pinkham, b. Lancaster, N. H., May 15, 
1872; resides Lancaster, N. H.; has also resided New York 
City; graduated from Lancaster, N. H., public schools and 
High School; occupied in printing and agriculture; m., April 
28, 1896, Ida Gertrude Haley, b. March 25, 1878; daughter 
of Jacob Haley and Miss Brown. 

(8) Dorothy Haley Pinkham, b. Juae 17, 1900. 

(8) Daniel Roger Pinkham, b. July 29, 1903. 

(8) Emily Stockwell Pinkham, b. Jan. 8, 1906. 

(6) Mary Pinkham, b. Oct. 24, 1826; d. Shelburne, N. H., Aug. 
7, 1897; studied in Lancaster (N. H.) Academy; resides Shel- 
burne, N. H. ; m. at Lancaster, N. H., Nov. 10, 1851, Col. Mar- 
tin L. Burbank of Shelburne, N. H. 
(7) Mary Martin Burbank, b. May 17, 1852; m., Sept. 13, 1893, 

Washington Newell; no children. 
(7) Cuvier Grover Burbank, b. Jan. 11, 1854; d. Aug. 12, 1868. 
(7) Hattie Estella Burbank, b. April 29, 1856; d. April 9, 1864. 
(7) John Quincy Burbank, b. March 21, 1858; m., Aug. 25, 

1878, Emma Blaudin; no children. 
(7) Brainard Cleveland Burbank, b. March 8, 1860; m., Aug. 

8, 1885, Hortense Mason; no children. 
(7) Daniel Pinkham Burbank, b. Feb. 10, 1864; d. April 6, 
1866. 

Fourth child of Lieut. . Joseph Pinkham: 
(5) Rufus Pinkham, b. Madbury, N. H., Oct. 1, 1780; d. April 

25, 1828; farmer; m. Mary Trickey of Jackson, N. H. 
"Deacon Rufus Pinkham had the reputation of being a man of 
few words, but one whose every word told. He had the same 
quiet, even disposition possessed by the other members of the 
Pinkham family, and his faithful Christian character as deacon of 
the church made his words prevail with a double sway. His recog- 
nized good judgment in temporal matters gave a great weight to 
his opinions in town affairs. He was early afflicted with a disease 
of the spine which rendered all heavy work impossible, and placed 
him continually under medical treatment. But by careful man- 
agement he was yet able to carry on his farm, with the aid of 
hired labor, and supported his large family and educated his sons 
In distant schools. He also lived generously among his neigh- 
bors and was unhampered by debt." 

(6) Cyrus Frink Pinkham, b. May 7, 1812; d. Jackson, N. H., 
Nov. 10, 1846; m., May 13, 1842, Catherine Cecilia Johnson, b. 
Dec. 3, 1819, at Durham, N. H.; d. Maple Villa, Bartlett, N. 



PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 225 

H., April 2, 1907; a faithful Christian. After her husband's 
death she went to Grotou, Vt. ; then returned to the Eagle 
Mountain farm, which she owned; moved in 1877 to Bartlett, 
N. H. She m. (second), Aug. 30, 1848, Rev. Jonathan Gale 
of Vermont, a M. E. minister, who d. Sept. 28, 1903. 
"Though granted but a short life, Cyrus Frink Pinkham left a 
remarkable impression on his native town, which even now re- 
mains. He received a good education and became a land sur- 
veyor. Then, as he observed the boys and girls growing up 
around him, with imperfect mental training for life, he felt it 
his duty to especially fit himself for a teacher. This he did. Re- 
turning to Jackson, N. H., he taught the children and young peo- 
ple in the intervals of his other work. Every pupil who became 
associated with him in school ren)embers his wonderful discipline, 
his strong, steady eye, and the stimulus and help he gave which 
prompted one to do and dare with like inspiration. He lived on 
the Eagle Mountain farm." 

(7) Helen Antoinette Pinkham, b. April 2, 1843; deceased; 
attended Jackson schools and Conway (N. H.) High School; 
m., Nov., 1868, Henry Hiram Dearborn, b. Jackson, N. H., 
fall of 1839; cooper; son of William Dearborn and Betsy 
Burnham. 

(8) Maud Nellie Dearborn, b. Aug. 23, 1869; resides Jackson, 
N. H.; m. Jerome K. Fernald; son of Charles Fernald and 
Mary Johnson. 
(9) One child. 

(6) Drusilla Pinkham; m. Amos Woodice. 
(6) Elizabeth Pinkham; m. Levi Rogers. 

(7) Frank Rogers. Mary Rogers. Freeman Rogers. 
(6) Rev. George Hays Pinkham, b. Jackson, N. H., Aug. 21, 
1821; d. Lewlston, Me., May 6, 1886; m., Oct. 12, 1851, Susan 
Eastman Meserve, b. Jackson, N. H., Jan. 7, 1829; daughter 
of Rev. George Pendexter Meserve and Harriet Eastman. 
"He was a scholarly man and a very successful teacher. He 
early showed great promise of mental powers. He, however, 
owed much to the quiet scholarly training and careful oversight 
of his elder brother. He continued his studies in the academies 
of Conway, Fryeburg and Lancaster. Though he did not have a 
college degree, yet, by personal effoi't and under tutorship he read 
far beyond the requirements for the degree of A. B. Naturally a 
teacher, he taught many schools before he began to preach, and 
some schools in the earlier part of his ministry, as he saw the need 
of academic training among young men and women around him. 
The people of northern New Hampshire have reason to be grate- 
ful for this man on account of his educatipnal work. For five 
terms he taught in the public schools and academies, and many 
able men and women well remember him, at Great Falls, Gorham, 
Whitefield and other villages and towns in the thirty years he- 
was superintendent of schools. Several terms he served as county 
commissionei", lecturing and visiting the schools each year in 
each town in Coos County. He established libraries and schools 
of higher learning. He arranged institutes for teachers that they 



226 . PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 

might better become acquainted with new ideas and the best 
raetliods of teaching, and planned and hibored for the progress of 
the children. In youth his father desired him to be a doctor and 
medical arts were always to him interesting studies, while doc- 
tors were most welcome visitors to his home. His public spirit, 
his powers of oratory, and his easy, affable address might perhaps 
have led him into politics. As a young man he was a member of 
the Legislature, and always entered enthusiastically into the po- 
litical and .social movements of the day. He gave up all other 
calls, etc., to what he considered a more imperative summons. 
He decided to become a preacher. His theological studies were 
pursued at Whitestown, N. Y., where he graduated in 1849. He 
was ordained in 1850. He preached in Jackson, Shelburne, Mere- 
dith, and Laconia, N. H. He seemed likely to move on to city 
pulpits and large congregations, when the missionary impulse 
which manifested itself in so many of his family, took possession 
of him. He determined to break new ground and build up new 
interests. So he turned his face northward and settled in White- 
field, N. H. For eighteen years he worked there and in the sur- 
rounding towns, and no work elsewhere could draw him away 
from this field. He established a large Baptist church at White- 
field, and promoted the gi'owth of other churches in many other 
towns, which, from time to time, were under his care. When he 
gave up his work in 1876, the Whitefield church had built a fitting 
and commodious house of worship, and were actively allied with 
all progressive movements. All this brought him very close to 
the people of northern New Hampshire. He was often called 
thirty miles away to preach and lecture. Addresses before Ma- 
sonic bodies, of which he was a member of the council, were al- 
ways eloquent and highly appreciated. He wrote much in the 
magazines and pamphlets. He had many friends among the peo- 
ple who spent their summers among the mountains. He had a 
distaste for idle display and self-seeking. His last days were 
spent at Lewiston, Me., where he went for the education of his 
children. He continued preaching with the thought that he would 
regularly take it up again. But the end came suddenly.' 

(7) George Meserve Pinkham, b. Jan. 14, 1853; d. Dec. 15, 

1863. 
(7) Marv Susan Pinkham, b. Dec. 18, 1854; d. Dec. 16, 1863. 
(7) Hattie Alice Pinkham, b. Aug. 28, 1859; d. Dec. 24, 1863. 
(7) Martha Grace Pinkham, b.*Whitefield, N. H., Nov. 8, 1864; 
lived in Whitefield, Meredith, N. H., Harrison, Lewiston, 
Gardiner, Machiasport, Me., Weymouth, Mass., etc.; was a 
teacher at New Hampton (N. H.) Institute, 1883; in Boston 
College, 1888; a noble and helpful woman. 
(7) Prof. Albert Day Pinkham, b. Whitefield, N. H., Aug. 13, 
1867; in 1902 he resided in Millersville, Lancaster County, 
Pa.; graduated from Lewiston (Me.) High School, 1887; 
Bates College with degree of A. B., 1891; unm. Some of his 
addres.ses are printed. 
(7) Clara Estelle Pinkham, b. June 10, 1871. 
(6) Rufus W. Pinkham; m. Harriet Cobb of Jackson, N. H. 
"Though a teacher in early life, he later entered business and 
became a merchant at Portland, Me. A large share of wit and 



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humor fell to this son. A merry heart and a ready tongue made 
him a social favorite. In public offices, by his diplomacy and 
tact, he won many a point that weightier arguments would never 
have carried. None knew him but to love him." 
(7) Arthur Pinkham. Byron. Fred. 

* * !¥ * if 

(5) Elizabeth Pinkham; m. Isaac Meserve. 

"Known as 'Aunt Betsy.' She was well informed in medicine, 
and was a very efficient woman. She saved Jackson, N. H., 
thousands of dollars. When doctors were far to seek her services 
were invaluable, and she received no pay." 
(6) Sarah Meserve; m. Daniel Elkins. 
(7) Isaac Elkins. Eunice. Warren. 



SECTION SIX. 

(4) DANIEL PINKHAM, REVOLUTIONARY SOLDIER, AND HIS 
DESCENDANTS. 

His line, as indicated in many old records: (1) Richard Pink- 
ham. (2) John Pinkham and wife, Rose Otis. (3) James Pink- 
ham and Elizabeth Smith. 
(4) Daniel Pinkham, b. 1754. He was, no doubt, the man of that 

name who married at Madbury, N. H., 1780, Patience Ham. 

As a widow she married a Mr. Bishop and had children. 

We are Indebted to Hon. William H. Gove of Salem, Mass., for 
the records of Revolutionary services, which are here given, and 
which were collected with great care: 

Essex, ss., C. C. P., March 7, 1836: Daniel Pinkham of Sau- 
gus, Mass., in said county, represents to this court that he is 
the son and sole heir of Daniel Pinkham, late of Portsmouth, N. 
H.; that his said father was a soldier in the Revolutionary Army, 
and served in the regiment of the New Hampshire line; that af- 
ter the war he returned to Portsmouth, N. H., and about the year 
1787 or 1788, he was lost at sea; that at the time of his death he 
left a widow and one son, the said Daniel; that he left no other 
children; that the widow died in the said Portsmouth in 1822; 
and that now the said Daniel is the sole heir of the said Daniel 
Pinkham, who served in the Revolutionary Army, and that he is 
ready to prove to the court the facts above named, and respect- 
fully prays the court that the same may be entered on record, etc. 

By J. C. Stickuey, his attorney. Endowment; this is proved. 

David Cummins, Justice. 

I, Thomas Harvey, of Portsmouth, in the said County of Rock- 
ingham, State of New Hampshire, of lawful age and good mem- 
ory, on oath depose and say that I was a soldier in the Revolu- 
tionary .Army; that while I was there I was acquainted with 
Daniel Pinkham of Portsmouth, who was likewise a soldier in 
the -said Revolutionary Army and served therein in the regiment 
of the New Hampshire line; that after the war the said Pinkham 
returned to Portsmouth, and about the year 1787 or 1788, he was 
lost at sea; that at the time of his death he left a widow and 
one son, Daniel, who now resides in Saugus, in the County of 
Essex, Commonwealth of Massachusetts; that he left no other 
child, grandchild, or other lineal descendant; that his widow died 
in Portsmouth in 1822; and that now the said Daniel Pinkham of 
Saugus, aforesaid, is the sole heir of that Daniel Pinkham, who 
served in the Revolutionary Army. 

Thomas Harvey. 

Witness the signature of Thomas Harvey, Joseph Wiggin. 

State of New Hampshire, Rockingham County, ss.: 

Be it known that on the 19th day of February, A. D. 1836, 
before the subscribed, a justice of the peace, in and for said 
county, personally appeared the within named Thomas Harvey, 



PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 229 

and made oath in due form of law to the truth of the within 
affidavit by him subscribed. 

John Bennett, Justice of the Peace. 

State of New Hampshire, Rockingham, ss.: 

I, Charles W. Cutler, a clerk of the U. S. District Court, being 
a court of record in the County of Rockingham, do hereby certify 
that the above named John Bennett is a justice of the peace for 
this said County of Rockingham, duly authorized to administer 
oaths, and that his signature above placed is genuine. In testi- 
mony whereof I have hereto set my hand and affixed the seal of 
the said District Court of Portsmouth, on the twentieth day of 
February, A. D. 1836. 

Charles Cutler, Clerk. 

Capt. Winbon Adams' company, June 2, 1775: Daniel Pinkham, 
age 21; occupation, husbandman; town in which he lived, Mad- 
bury; town in which he belonged, Strafford. 

Pay roll of Capt. Adams' company, in Col. Enoch Poor's regi- 
ment, to the first of August: Daniel Pinkham, rank, private; 
time of entry. May 26; time of service, 2 months, 11 days; amount 
of wages, 4 pounds, 15 shillings, 8 pence; number of miles trav- 
eled, 60-5; coat and blanket, 1:16; whole amount, 6:16:8; wages 
received, 2 — ; coat and blanket, 1:16; whole wages, 3:16. Paid 
by S. Holbrook, Esq., 3:8. 

Medford, Oct. 4, 1775: We, the subscribers, belonging to 
Captain Adams' company, in Colonel Poor's regiment, do hereby 
acknowledge that we have each man received of Timothy Walker, 
Jr., one pound, four shillings, in full for a regimental coat pro- 
vided by the Colony of New Hampshire. 

A return of Capt. Caleb Hodgkins' company on Seavey's Island, 
Nov, 5, 1775: Daniel Pinkham, sergeant. 

A muster and pay-i*oll of the officers and soldiers recorded, 
mustered and paid, by Stephen Evans, in the Second Regiment 
in the State of New Hampshire, to join the Continental Army in 
New York, per order date 16th of September, 1776: Allowance 
for miles' travel to New York, Daniel Pinkham, ensign, advance 
wages and bounty, 4; billeting, 2:13:4; sum total, 6:10:4. 

A list of the soldiers raised in the State of New Hampshire to 
fill up the Continental Army, 1779: Daniel Pinkham enlisted 
April 18, 1779; term engaged for war; towns engaged for, Green- 
land; mustered by Col. Joshua Wentworth. 

Colonel Wentworth's return: Roll of nine men raised for the 
List Regiment of militia, to serve during the war in the Conti- 
nental battalions, by order of the Honorable Committee of Safety, 
April 8, 1779, Daniel Pinkham; time of enlistment, April 18, 1779; 
town enlisted 'for, Greenland; Continental bounty, $200; State 
bounty, $300. 

Fifth Company, Daniel Pinkham, private; Fifth Company, Dan- 
iel Pinkham, drummer; at wages of 88; Fifth Company, officers in 
the First Regiment, commanded by Colonel Cilley, 1781, Daniel 
Pinkham, drummer; amount of wages, 88. 

Greenland, State of New Hampshire: To the town of Green- 
land, Dr., 1779, to Daniel Pinkham, Joseph Chapman, James 
Brown, Joseph Andrews and John Merritt; soldiers enlisted dur- 
ing the war, 150 pounds each, as bounty. 



230 PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 

The only child of Daniel Pinkham: 

(5) Daniel Pinkham; died about 1841; estate administered upon, 
June 8, 1841; resided in Portsmouth, N. H., for quite a while, 
and several of his children were, no doubt, born there; about 
1829, moved to Saugus, Mass., where he died; m., at Ports- 
mouth, N. H., Dec. 13, 1813, Abigail Hawkes, b. Saugus, Mass., 
May 4, 1792 ; d. May 10, 1851 ; daughter of Matthew Hawkes 
and Ruth Collins. (The Hawkes ancestral line: (1) Andrew 
Hawkes, b. 1608; d. 1672; emigrated to America, 1634; his 

wife, Anne , d. 1669. (2) John Hawkes, b. 1633; d. 

1694; m. Sarah Cushman, b. about 1637. (3) Ebenezer 
Hawkes, b. 1678; d. 1766; m. Elizabeth Cogswell, b. 1677; d. 
1718. (4) Samuel Hawkes, b. 1706; d. about 1772; m. Phila- 
delphia Estes. (5) Matthew Hawkes, b. 1753; his will dated 
Dec. 7, 1805, and his estate divided among his heirs, 1808; m. 
Ruth Collins, b. 1727; d. 1807. (6) Abigail Hawkes; m. Dan- 
iel Pinkham.) The children of Daniel Pinkham and Abigail 
Hawkes were arranged in the order here given by William H. 
Gove, Esq., of Salem, Mass. 

(6) Isaac Pinkham, b. Portsmouth, N. H., Dec. 25, 1815; d. at 
the home of William H. Gove, Esq., Salem, Mass., Feb. 22, 
1889; buried in Pine Grove Cemetery, Lynn, Mass.; trader 
and real estate dealer; m. (first). May 2, 1837, Mary Shaw of 
Lynn, Mass.; who d. about 1842 (the husband is then said 
to have been of Northwood, N. H.); m. (second), Sept. 8, 
1843, Lydia Estes, b. Lynn, Mass., Feb. 9, 1819; d. May 17, 
1883; she was a very successful school teacher before her 
marriage, and always a woman of the noblest qualities. (The 

Estes line: (1) Robert Estes and wife, Dorothy . 

(2) Matthew Estes, b. Dover, England, May 28, 1645; d. 
Dover, N. H., July 9, 1723; he was a master mariner; a very 
devoted member of the Friends' Church; was at Dover, N. H., 
before 1676; m., June 14, 1676, Philadelphia Hayes, widow of 
Edward Hayes, late of Kittery, Me., and daughter of Regi- 
nald Jenkins and wife, Ann ; she was b. Dover, N. H., 

Jan., 1645; d. at Lynn, Mass., Dec. 25, 1721. (3) John Estes, 
b. July 14, 1684; d. Lynn, Mass., Sept. 29, 1723; m. Feb. (or 
Dec.) 15, 1705-06, Hannah Bassett, b. Lynn, Mass., Feb. 2, 
1685; d. May 14, 1762; daughter of William Bassett, Jr., and 
Sarah Hood. (4) William Estes, b. Aug. 23, 1718; d. April 
6, 1781; he was a hatter in Lynn, Mass.; m., Jan. 1, 1745, 
Ruth Graves, b. Feb. 1, 1727; d. Oct. 31, 1807; daughter of 
Mark Graves and Ruth Phillips. (5) William Estes, b. Jan. 
29, 1768; d. Lynn, Mass., March 3, 1848; cordwainer at Lynn, 
Mass.; m. (first), Oct. 24, 1799, Hannah Nichols of Salem, 
Mass.; d. before 1805; m. (second), July 3, 1805, Rebecca 
Chase, b. Jan. 20, 1781; d. Feb. 11, 1862; daughter of Benja- 
min Chase and Eunice Reed, and granddaughter of Philip 
Chase of Swansea, Mass.; granddaughter of Samuel Chase; 
great-granddaughter of William Chase; great-great-grand- 
daughter of the American ancestor, William Chase. (6) 
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PINKHAM GENEALOGY. ' 231 

Chase; m. Isaac Piukham. A sketch of her work will be 
found at the close of this section.) 
"When the crisis of 1873 burst upon the City of Shoes, Isaac 
Pinkham had been for years one of the best known builders and 
real estate dealers in the city, and he had built up a large part 
of Wyoma, where he then lived. The length and severity of this 
strain was too great for anyone extensively interested in land to 
remain solvent, so great was the depression, particularly in that 
kind of property; and when the centennial year came around he 
saw all his property swept away and his family forced to aban- 
don their home and to begin the world without a cent. Himself 
too old to battle again with life, he was fortunate in having three 
active sons and a daughter, who had profitable employment as a 
teacher in one of the city schools; and these all combined their 
forces to restore to their parents what they had lost, and at the 
same time make a woi'thy start for themselves in life. Some of 
them were not so old that they did not remember their father's 
earlier poverty, and had known what it was to peddle popcorn 
and fruit through Lynn and vicinity to help pay home expenses, 
and the victory which had once been won they believed could be 
won again. Looking about to see what they could best take up, 
the 'Pinkham boys,' as they were always called by the neighbors, 
resolved to undertake the manufacture of the now famous Pink- 
ham compound, which their mother had been accustomed to make 
up on the kitchen stove in small quantities for such of her ac- 
quaintances as might be ailing. The grand success which they 
achieved filled with joy the last days of Isaac Pinkham and his 
wife, and demonstrated that the zeal, wit and sturdy valor of the 
Pinkham ancestor had lost none of its strong life and helpfulness." 
Child of first marriage of Isaac Pinkham with Mary Shaw: 
(7) Frances Ellen Pinkham, b. March 11, 1838; d. Bedford, 
Mass., Jan. 11, 1877; m.. May 23, 1861, Samuel Lane of Bed- 
ford, Mass., b. Feb. 24, 1838; d. Sept. 12, 1891. 
(8) Arthur Wellington Lane, b. July 21, 1865; d. July 7, 

1879. 
(8) Ernest Pinkham Lane, b. Aug. 1, 1873; resides Salem, 
Mass.; graduated from Bedford (Mass.) High School, Jtine, 
1890; superintendent of Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co.; 
m., June 1, 1892, Mary Olive Meade, b. June 19, 1873; 
daughter of Wm. E. Meade and Lucy Ellen Cook. 
(9) Marian Francis Lane, b. Feb. 7, 1894. 
(9) Ernest Pinkham Lane, Jr., b. Nov. 1, 1898. 
(9) Arthur Cook Lane, b. Sept. 14, 1905. 

Children of second marriage of Isaac Pinkham with Lydia 
Estes: 

(7) Charles Hacker Pinkham, b. Dec. 9, 1844; d. at 9 o'clock, 
Nov. 10, 1900; m., Sept. 11, 1878, Jennie Barker Jones, b. 
Lynn, Mass., Sept. 27, 1856; graduated from Sanborn Gram- 
mar School, Lynn, Mass., 1872; studied three years in the 
Lynn Classical High School; daughter of John A. Jones 
and Lucy R. Barker. These Pinkham parents and children 
were Universalists. Children all born in Lynn, Mass. 
Charles Hacker Pinkham enlisted Sept. 9, 1862; honorably 



232 - PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 

discharged Aug. 7, 1863; Company F, Eighth Massachusetts 
Volunteer Infantry; reenlisted July 26, 1864, in the same 
company and regiment for 100 days; honorably discharged 
Nov. 10, 1864; studied in Bedford, Mass., schools; member 
of the Golden Fleece Blue Lodge of Masons; Sutton Royal 
Arch Chapter; Olivet Commandery of Knights Templar; La- 
fayette Lodge of Perfection; member of the Park and Ox- 
ford Club of Lynn, Mass.; Article Club of Boston, Mass.; 
President and General Manager of the Lydia E. Pinkham 
Medicine Company from its incorporation, for about 20 years, 
until his death; appointed Park Commissioner of the city 
of Lynn, Mass., 1889; term expired, 1898; re-appointed, 1890; 
Director of the National City Bank, Lynn, Mass. 
Funeral address by Rev. Dr. J. M. Pullman: 
"If sorrow over the depai'tui'e of any man from these earthly 
scenes is reasonable, then is our sorrow today most reasonable. 
For there has gone away from us, apparently in the prime of his 
days and powers, a man so able, useful, honorable and beloved, 
that all classes of the community in which he lived are penetrated 
with a deep sense of loss and moved by a common feeling of hon- 
est and unfeigned sorrow. Under this common impulse this large 
assembly has gathered here to speak and think of the excellencies 
of our friend. It sounds like a pai*adox to say that a recital of 
the reasons for our sorrow can mitigate that sorrow, but it is cer- 
tainly true that if we could not justly praise him, our grief would 
be without its chiefest consolation. "We find in our gi-atitude for 
what we have had, a mitigation of our sorrow for what we have 
lost. We are all one in the wish that he could have lived on for 
twenty years longer. He was on the right track, and it seemed to 
us that he was ripening for even greater usefulness. We enter 
no protest against an accomplished fact, although we cannot pre- 
tend to see the reasonableness of it. Yet even while we cannot 
wholly keep from our thoughts the old and confessedly one-sided 
complaint: 

'The good die first. 

And they whose hearts are dry as summer dust 
Burn to the socket.' 
"Yet nevertheless we hold humbly and stoutly to our faith in 
the Infinite Reason and Love lying at the heart of the universe, 
which will in some great day vindicate itself to our under.standiug 
and satisfy our hearts. I do not know what other legacy our be- 
loved friend may have left to his children, but if the old Word be 
true, as I believe it is, that 'a good name is rather to be chosen 
than great riches,' then they have a high inheritance in a father's 
name, unstained by any meanness, enriched by a thousand gen- 
erous deeds, and honored whei'ever he is known among his fellow- 
men, as the synonym of uprightness and integrity. There is a 
good honesty that will not steal, a better honesty that will not 
lie, and a higher honesty that covers these and much more besides 
— an essential integrity and wholeness of character which carries 
veracity, sincerity and fidelity into the whole circle of human 
relations. All those who understand the personal forces that 
make for the welfare of our city know that our friend was among 
the strongest of these forces. Some men build their fortunes 




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under the protection and advantages of the community, and re- 
turn nettling to it either in the way of private worth or of public 
dutj'. They do not enrich it, they even sometimes betray and 
impoverish it. 

"To borrow an ilhistration : 'The great ocean out here is in 
a constant state of evaporation. It gives back what it receives, 
and sends up its waters in mists to gather into clouds; and so 
there is rain on the fields and storm on the mountains, and green- 
ness and beauty everywhere. But there are many men who do 
not believe in evaporation. They get all they can, and keep all 
they get, and so we are not fertilizers of society, but only its 
stagnant pools.' But our friend believed in evaporation. It was 
a part of the soundness of his character that he should be the 
public-spirited citizen that he was, enterprising and wise-minded, 
keenly interested in the maintenance of those pillars of the social 
order, the home, the school, the church and broadly and quietly 
philanthropic and benevolent toward individuals in many ways, 
especially perhaps, in the matter of helping promising young 
men to get a right start in life. And that part of the city in 
which the great laboratory stands shows plain tokens of the 
upward economic tendency which always issues from a pros- 
perous business conducted by an able, large-hearted and public- 
spirited man, who looks after his employes' interests as well as 
his own. There are many witnesses in this house today of our 
friend's justice and generosity towards those who worked for 
and with him. It was not in his nature to regard his work peo- 
ple as mere 'hands.' To him they were men and women with 
lives of their own to lead, apart from the shop, and towards 
them his conduct was paternal and unselfish in a high degree. 
If he found them doing short-sighted and inconsiderate things, 
such as mortgaging their household goods at exorbitant interest, 
he would point out their mistake, and, with a 'Com« into the of- 
fice,' he would straighten out their tangled affairs, and take upon 
himself the responsibilities they had assumed. He was an essen- 
tially democratic man in his tastes and instincts, a man who 
rated the artificial distinctions of society at their real value, a 
man of the people who did not in the least object to have the 
humblest man call him 'Charley Pinkham,' as they loved to do 
and did. He loved simplicity, reality and genuineness, both in 
business and social life. And although he met men genially 
everywhere, his home was the center of his affections, the place 
where he had 'garnered up his heart.' More and more he loved to 
adorn and beautify that home, and there are some happy scenes 
in his home-life to which we may well apply the lines of the old 
Russian dirge: 

'We saw him in the garden, the pleasant garden. 

With his companions and children, the children he loved. 

His children and his companions blessed him; 

His home was the shelter of happiness. 

Peace be upon him! 

We saw him giving food to the hungry, 

And clothing the naked. 

We saw him give help and succor to the aged. 



234 PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 

And good counsel and help to the young, 

Peace be upon him!' 

"And so we bid our friend good-bye for the present, well know- 
ing that we, too, shall tread the self-same road he has gone. 
Whoever believes that this ripened character and engaging per- 
sonality has gone out like a candle, to be relighted no more, 
thinks narrowly and inadequately of the stupendous scheme of 
things of which man is the highest product. The great game is 
not played out yet. We dismiss our beloved friend — not without 
many tears — to the higher opportunities and nobler employments 
of the life beyond." 

Some resolutions and letters of sympathy: 

"Lynn Hospital, Lynn, Mass.. 

"November 24, 1900. 
''Mrs. Charles H. Piukham. 

"Deab Madam: At a meeting of the Board of Managers of the 
Lynn Hospital, held on November 12, the following resolutions 
were adopted: 

"Resolved, That in the death of Charles H. Pinkham, the Lynn 
Hospital has lost a faithful and generous friend, thoughtful of 
interests, faithful in his support. 

"Resolved, That the city has lost a loyal citizen, of sterling 
worth, ready to do his part, and interested in its advancement and 
prosperity. 

''Resolved, That as an associate and friend, he was greatly 
appreciated, and socially as well as publicly he was to be de- 
pended upon for his faithfulness to those about him. 

"Resolved, That the clerk extend to his family our sympathy, 
and that these resolutions become a part of our records. 

"Respectfully yours, 

"Howard Mudge Newhall. 
"Clerk of the Board of Managers of the Lynn Hospital.'' 

"51 Nahant Street, Lynn, Mass. 

"November 26, 1900. 
"Dear Mrs. Pinkham: 

"Again I write to assure you of the sympathy of all our church 
people for you in your last great grief. We cannot understand 
why you have been so greatly afflicted; it is a great mystery; 
God's ways ai*e above and beyond us; but we pray that He who 
■ sent the sorrow will send also His peace and strength to help you 
bear your burden; and you have many dear ones left to comfort 
you. And another great comfort, it seems to me, is that so many 
mourn with you in your loss. It is the loss of the church and 
community also. Your dear husband was such a good man that 
he will be missed and mourned by so many people. It would be 
hard to feel that no one beside your own family regretted him; 
that he left no gap in the world. But he has left a vacancy which 
cannot be filled as he filled it. Let us thank God for that. Trust- 
ing that, although your Thanksgiving can hardly be a happy one, 
it may be peaceful, I remain, 

"Yours in Christian love, 

"Lucy H. Winslow, 
"Clerk of First Uuiversalist Church." 



PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 235 

lu memoriam: 

"At a special meeting of the Directors of the National City 
Bank of Lynn, held Monday, November 12, 1900, a committee was 
appointed who drafted the following resolutions on the death of 
their associate, Charles Hacker Pinkham: 

"Whereas, An all-wise Providence has removed from our midst 
our late esteemed associate, Charles Hacker Pinkham; 

''Resolved, That we desire to express our grief at the loss of 
an associate whose wisdom, sagacity, and experience added weight 
and value to his counsel. That we shall always cherish in our 
memories the recollection of his sterling character, sound judg- 
ment, his earnest regard for the best interests and prosperity of 
the bank, his uniform courtesy and kindness to all, and the many 
manly qualities of which he was possessed. 

''Resolved, That we sympathize with the many who mourn his 
loss who will miss his kindly and generous benefactions. 

"Resolved, That a copy of these i-esolutions be forwarded to the 
family of the deceased, with whom we deeply sympathize, and 
also placed upon the records of this bank. 

"RoLLiN A. Spaulding, 
"Charles P. Shillaber, 

"Committee." 

Lynn Board of Trade: 

"The Lynn Board of Trade pays tribute to the high character, 
rare domestic traits, and unusual business ability of the late 
Charles Hacker Pinkham. The prominent elements in his life 
were charity and a rare democracy of spirit. Business success 
had not, in the slightest degree, dwarfed his regard for those who 
had not been fortunate in life's battle. Generous, kindly and 
considerate, he was constantly doing good, and his death is not 
only a blow to a loving family, but to the municipality which he 
so dearly and consistently loved. Patience, charity and fortitude 
were well engrafted in his noble character. 

"Our deepest sympathy goes out to the family of the deceased. 

"Walter E. Symonds, 
"Wm. H. Treen, 
"Edwin W. Ingalls, 
"Committee on Resolutions." 

(8) Arthur Wellington Pinkham, b. Tuesday, Dec. 9, 1879; 
resides 306 Western Avenue, Lynn, Mass.; graduated from 
the Sanborn (Lynn, Mass.) Grammar School, 1894; from 
Lynn Classical High School, 1898; entered Brown Univer- 
sity, 1898 and left in 1901 to go into business on account 
of the death' of his father; vice-president and secretary of 
the Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co.; served during 1902 
and 1903 on the Lynn (Mass.) School Committee, to com- 
plete the unfinished term of Mr. Morgan, who had resigned, 
thus elected by the School Committee and Aldermen in 
joint convention; in May, 1904, appointed by the Mayor of 
Lynn, Mass., to serve a term of five years on the Board of 
Park Commissioners; vice-president and director in the 
National City Bank; director in the Security Safe Deposit 
Trust Co.; president and director of the Oxford Club; 
treasurer of the First Universalist Society; president and 



236 PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 

treasurer of the Delmac Medicine Co.; director in the A. 
F. Smith Slioe Manufacturing Co.; on the Board of Trus- 
tees of the Lynn (Mass.) Hospital; member of the frater- 
nal orders, Mount Carmel Blue Lodge of Masons, Sutton 
Royal Arch Chapter, Zebulon Council, Olivet Commandery 
of Knights Templar, Massachusetts Consistory of Scottish 
Rite Masons, 32d degree, Upsilon Chapter of Delta Kappa 
Upsilon Fraternity of Brown University; member of Old 
Essex Chapter, Sons of American Revolution. 
(8) Lucy Emery Pinkham, b. Tuesday, June 26, 1883; resides 
12 Kings Beach Terrace, Lynn, Mass., the Lindens; grad- 
uated from Sanborn Grammar School, Lynn, Mass., 1898; 
Lynn Classical High School, 1902; attended Burnham 
School, Northampton, Mass., 1903; Smith College, 1904; 
m., June 7, 1905, Charles Amos Burnham, b. Taunton, 
Mass., April 27, 1874; graduated from Taunton (Mass.) 
Grammar and High School; New Bedford (Mass.) Busi- 
ness College; slipper manufacturer; son of Arunah L., 
Burnham and Alice B. Eaton. (See Burnham Genealogy.) 
(9) Jennie Pinkham Burnham, b. July 31, 1906. 
(8) Marian Frances Pinkham, b. Saturday, June 20, 1885; 
resides Lynn, Mass., 306 Western Avenue; graduated from 
Lewis Grammar School, Lynn, Mass., 1899; Lynn Classical 
High School, 1903; attended Burnham School, Northamp- 
ton, Mass., 1904; Simmons College, Boston, Mass., 1905; 
unmarried. 
(8) Elsie Barker Pinkham, b. Friday, Feb. 6, 1891; grad- 
uated from Lewis Grammar School, Lynn, Mass., 1904; 
student in Walnut Hill High School, Natick, Mass. 
(8) Daniel Rogers Pinkham, b. Sunday, Jan. 15, 1899; in 

Sanborn Primary School, Lynn, Mass. 
(8) Charles Hacker Pinkham, Jr., b. Thursday, Sept. 6, 
1900; Sanborn Primary School, Lynn, Mass. 
(7) Daniel Rogers Pinkham, b. 1847; died at two years. 
(7) Daniel Rogers Pinkham, b. Nov. 19, 1849; d. of con- 
sumption, Oct. 12, 1881. 
(7) William Henry Pinkham, b. Dec. 30, 1853; d. Los Angeles, 
Cal., Dec. 3, 1881; always resided in Lynn, Mass., except a 
short term of residence in Bedford, Mass.; graduated from 
Lynn (Mass.) High School, May 20, 1870; in the autumn 
of 1876, taught for a term of three months in Clinton Grove 
Academy, Weare, N. H.; m., Dec. 7, 1880, Emma Frances 
Barry of Lynn, Mass., who d. April 22, 1882; graduated from 
Lynn (Mass.) High School, 1869; daughter of Darius Barry 
and Jane Clark of Lynn, Mass.; no children. 
(7) Aroline Chase Pinkham, b. Bedford, Mass., June 17, 1857; 
graduated from Lynn (Mass.) High School, May 14, 1875; 
resides Salem, Mass.; m., Jan. 5, 1882, William Henry Gove, 
b. Sept. 4, 1851; graduated from Lynn (Mass.) High School, 
May 19, 1869; from Harvard University, June, 1876, with 
degree of A. B.; Harvard Law School, June, 1877, with de- 
gree of LL. B.; attorney-at-law in Salem, Mass.; son of Levi 
Gove and Mary Meader; descended from the Goves of Weare 
and Hampton, N. H. 



PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 237 

(8) William Pinkham Gove, b. Sept. 15, 1883; studied in the 
public schools of Salem, Mass.; graduated from Highland 
Military Academy, Worcester, Mass., 1902; from Harvard 
University with degree of A. B. in 1906 ; resides Salem, 
Mass., 235 Lafayette Street; assistant manager Fitzgibbon 
Mica Company of Beverly, Mass., and Alstead, N. H. ; chem- 
ist for Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co. ; m., June 2, 1907, 
Olga Regina Boyer of Salem, Mass., b. Sept. 30, 1883 ; Sa- 
lem (Mass.) High School, 1903. 
(9) Daughter, b. Jan. 4, 1908. 

(8) Lydia Pinkham Gove, b. Nov. 24, 1885; studied in Salem, 
Mass., public schools; graduated from Salem High School, 
June, 1903; graduated with degree of A. B., 1907, from 
Smith College. 

(8) Mary Gove, b. Dec. 14, 1892; graduated from High School, 
Salem, Mass. 

(8) Caroline Gove, b. May 21, 1895. 

(6) Charlotte Maria Pinkham, b. 1823; d. Sept., 1827. "Fu- 
neral held in the Fii'st or North Congregational Church, 
Portsmouth, N. H., Sept. 16, 1827, Charlotte Maria Pinkham; 
daughter of Daniel Pinkham, aged four years. Elder Howe 
attended." 

(6) Christine Pinkham; m. William Smith. "Left one cliild 
that died young." 

***** 

(6) Caroline Pinkham; m. Mr. Coles. "Left one child that died 
in infancy." 

***** 

(6) Charlotte Pinkham; d. at Townsend, Mass., about 1860; 
m. Charles Safford. "Left a daughter, Kate, and several 
other children." 

***** 

(6) Mary Ann Pinkham; d. about 1880; lived Saugus, Mass.; 
m. Kent Newell of Saugus, Mass. 
(7) Daniel Pinkham Newell; d. about 1868; unm. 
(7) Helen Newell, b. about 1861. 
(7) Blanche Newell; d. about 1876; unm. 

(6) Georgianna Pinkham; resides North Wilbraham, Mass; m. 
Rev. Nathaniel Merrill, M. E. minister. 

(7) Rose Merrilt; resides New York City; m. Dr. Follansbee 
G. Welch; d. 1900. 
(8) Mabel Welch, b. about 1872. 
(8) Ernest Welch, b. about 1878. 

(7) Amos Merrill; m. (first), Emma ; m. (second), 

and wife soon died of consumption; no children; m. (third), 
a German lady. 
Children of first marriage: 

(8) Frank Merrill, b. about 1870. 
(8) Carrie Merrill, b. about 1879. 
(8) One child of third marriage. 



238 PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 

(7) Annis Merrill, b. about 1861; unm. 
(7) Nathaniel Merrill; m. Lizzie 



(8) George Merrill. _ Bessie. Child, b. 1888. 
(7) Georgia Merrill; m. Louis L Sigsbee, brother of Captain 
Sigsbee of the Maine. 
(8) Paul Sigsbee, b. about 1879. 
(/) Carrie Merrill; m. Arthur Delabar. 
(8) Two sons, b. about 1882 and 1883. 

* * * ' * * 

(6) Anna Pinkham; m. Dr. George L. Miller at Thompsonville, 
Conn.; now at Hartford, Conn. 

(7) Rose Miller; d. about 1883 (U^y.). (7) Other children 
died young. 

The following sketch of the brave work of the "Pinkham boys 
of Lynn" was obtained after much search, as the only reply Mr. 
Charles Hacker Pinkham gave was: "We simply tried to do our 
duty towai'ds our parents, who had been so kind to us:" 

"For many years Lydia E. Pinkham was one of the best known 
women in the little city of Lynn, Mass. She was one of those 
lovable women whose place seems always to be at some sick bed 
or In some house of trouble. In every town or small city there 
is usually some woman who is always called upon in cases of 
sickness and trouble, and in Lynn this woman was Lydia E. Pink- 
ham. Among other things Mrs. Pinkham possessed was the re- 
cipe for a wonderful medicine which was known for miles around. 
Every woman who was troubled with the diseases peculiar to 
womankind sought Mrs. Pinkham's advice and received from her 
the medicine free. Women drove all the way from Boston and 
Salem to obtain it, and many were the blessings heaped on Mrs. 
Pinkham's head. The Pinkhams in the early days were well- 
to-do, but in 1876 the panic came, and with it the failing health 
of Mr. Pinkham. 

"It was at this time, when the fortunes of the Pinkham family 
were at their lowest ebb, that one of Mrs. Pinkham's sons sug- 
gested the sale of his mother's remedy, and it was decided to put 
the medicine on the market, so the boys went to work. Charles, 
the eldest, secured a position as a conductor on a street car. 
Will became a school teacher, and Dan found work in the post- 
office. 

"The first work done was on the smallest scale. Steeping 
herbs in the kitchen, gradually filling a gross of bottles, which 
had been ordered C. 0. D., was comparatively easy, though much 
study and experience was necessary before the art of best com- 
pounding so many ingredients was mastered by youths entirely 
ignorant of pharmacy. But the next question was to sell it. 
Advei-tising is the very air of life to a new medicine, and how 
could slender means stand the enormous charges of metropolitan 
papers? It could not be done; what could? They solved the 
problem by getting a job printer to strike off a lot of little 
pamphlets, setting forth the virtues of the compound, and by 
going to Boston on the ten-cent workingman's trains, with bun- 
dles of them, and then all 'packing' them on their backs through 
the streets, distributing them to all who would take. Thus a 
small demand was crented, and a few bottles were disposed of. 



PINKHAM GENEALOGY, 239 

but how few at first may be inferred from the fact that for a 
considerable time William H. Pinkham, one of the brothers, could 
bring home from Boston under his arm all herbs required for a 
lot of medicine. Four gallons of spirits were all they felt able 
or needed to buy at one time, and the bottles when filled were 
packed for shipment in second-hand boxes bought at a neighbor- 
ing grocery. 

"So little faith did the trade have that such a small affair 
would ever be worthy of notice, that a leading drug house of 
Boston would not even receive a two-dozen lot on sale. The hard- 
ships of such a beginning, where the loss of income from labor 
at other occupations was not yet made up by any surplus from 
sales, when the 'bread-and-butter' question was not the least of 
the questions which beset the busy and aspiring firm, and the first 
check of only $18, received from the leading wholesale druggist 
of New England, seemed an incredible piece of good fortune, al- 
most worthy a special holiday, can only be appreciated by those 
who have had a like experience. 

"Every cent of their earnings was turned in to the mother, and 
after paying the actual living expenses of the family the balance 
was spent for printing circulars advertising the medicine. These 
circulars the boys themselves distributed after business hours. 
The medicine Mrs. Pinkham prepared herself on the kitchen stove. 
The herbs were steeped and in the evening the entire family as- 
sisted in filling the bottles. 

"The effort was followed with success, and soon one of the boys 
left his position to devote his entire time to the work. Soon after 
it was decided to devote the entire enei'gies of the family to the 
work. The three boys, with their packs on their backs, went to 
Boston, New York, Brooklyn and Philadelphia and distributed 
circulars Jill over the cities. Every cent they received, save what 
was absolutely necessary for living expenses, went into printing 
more circulars. They lived in an attic in Brooklyn for awhile, 
cooking their own meals on an oil stove, and many and many a 
day tramped the whole length of Manhattan Island rather than 
spend five cents for carfare. 

"It was during this time that the boys first met Mr. C. N. Crit- 
tenden. Mr. Crittenden, who now devotes his entire time to evan- 
gelistic work, was the head of a large wholesale drug concern, 
and many a time during those dark days he advanced the price 
of a gross of the remedy that the Pinkham boys might have the 
price of more circulars. 

"The first newspaper advertising they ever did was shortly 
after this. R. M. Pulsifer, then owner of the Boston Herald, 
became interested' in the Pinkhams, and asked them why they 
did not advertise in the newspapers. They replied that they did 
not have the money. Questioning developed the fact that the 
family owned the little home at Lynn, worth, perhaps, $1,000, all 
they had saved from ■ the wreck of their father's fortune. Mr. 
Pulsifer offered to give them $1,000 worth of advertising and 
take in return a lien on the house. 

"After consulting their mother, they agreed to do this, and the 
advertising was placed. But when the bill became due the busi- 
ness had increased to such an extent that they were enabled to 
pay the bill and the home was saved. 



240 PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 

"The newspaper advertising for the company had by this time 
been placed in the hands of an agent, and he established a most 
extensive system of newspaper advertising. It was too extensive. 
The business could not pay for it, and one day in the '80's it was 
discovered that the company was |125,000 in debt, and only 
Charles H. Pinkhani was left to straighten, matters out. Adver- 
tising was stopped and Mr. Pinkham set about to straighten mat- 
ters out. At that time the business amounted to about 2,000 gross 
a year. 

"So great was the confidence of Mr. Pinkham's business asso- 
ciates in him that they did not press him, but aided him in every 
way. He gave notes for all this indebtetlness, forty-three $1,000 
notes being signed at one sitting. To Mr. Pinkham's credit it can 
be said that not one payment was ever missed, and in a few 
years he was out of debt, although the sales of the company had 
fallen off from 2,000 gross a year to 5.50. 

"About the year '89, when the business was once more on a 
sound financial basis, arrangements were made with the Pettin- 
gill agency to handle all newspaper advertising. Although only a 
few thousand dollars were appropriated the first year, success was 
attained at the start, and year after year, as the sales increased, 
more money was expended, until the annual appropriation 
amounts to $800,000." 



SECTION SEVEN. 

(5) THOMAS PINKHAM OF NEW DURHAM, N. H., AND DESCENDENTS. 

According to the best data found, his line of ancestry was: 

(1) Ancestor Richard Pinkham. (2) John Pinkham and wife. 

Rose Otis. (3) Tliomas Pinkham and Mercy Allen. (4) Richard 

Pinkham. 

(5) Thomas Pinkham, b. Dover, N. H., Oct. 8, 1756; d. New 

Durham, N. H., 1830; m. at New Durham, N. H., July 16, 

1782, Bridget Berry, b. Rochester, N. H., Sept. 15, 1761; d. 

Chelsea, Mass., Feb. 8, 1846. The records of this family in 

the Bible of Thomas Pinkham close with this inscription: 

"Be grateful to thy father, for he gave thee life; and to thy 

mother, for she sustained thee." 

(6) Jonathan Pinkham, b. Milton, N. H., July 26, 1784. Some 
of the descendants think he removed to Saco, Me. 
(7) Luther Pinkham. Thomas. Caroline. Jonathan. Rob- 
ert. Emeline. 
(7) Hannah Pinkham, b. April 16, 1829; m. Mr. Sherman and 
resided in Haverhill, Mass. 

(6) Stephen Pinkham, b. Milton, N. H., Oct. 8, 1786; d. Oct. 
19, 1786. 

(6) Mary Pinkham, b. Milton, N. H., March 9, 1788; m. Mr. 
Surpelus Davis and lived North Chelsea, Mass. 
(7) Charles Davis. Emily. Calvin. Thomas. Mary. Del- 
phine. John. 

^ ^ ^ :^ ^ 

(6) Ephraim Pinkham, b. Milton, N. H., Feb. 24, 1790; d. July 

18, 1847; m. Dec. 19, 1823, Sarah ; d. Nov., 1880. 

(7) Thomas Pinkham. 

(7) George Ela Pinkham, b. New Durham, N. H., April 3, 
1829; d. Jan. 7, 1894; resided Haverhill, Mass.; superin- 
tendent; m., Jan. 18, 1849, Mary Elizabeth Emerson, b. Sept. 
29, 1828; d. Nov. 16, 1881; daughter of Isaac Emerson and 

Eunice F. . 

(8) Walter Henry Emerson Pinkham, b. April 13, 1850; re- 
sides Haverhill, Mass.; manufacturer of shoe heels; m., 
July 12, 1879, Ellen Mahoney; no children. 
(8) George Frank Pinkham, b. Feb. 16, 1853; shoe cutter at 
Lynn, Mass.; nj., Ora Foster of Henniker, N. H.; no chil- 
dren. 
(8) Horace Irving Pinkham, b. Farmington, N. H., June 19, 
1856; resides Haverhill, Mass.; dealer in shoe manufac- 
turers' goods; postmaster; m., July 19, 1879, Mae "Warner 
Carr, b. Epping, N. H., May 5, 1859; daughter of Newell 
Osgood Carr and Mary Elizabeth Warner. 



242 PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 

(9) Annie Mae Pinkham, b. July 13, 1880; resides Williams- 
burg, Pa.; graduated from Haverhill (Mass.) High School 
and Lassell Seminary in 1902; m., April 17, 1906, Alfred 
Warren Allyn, who graduated from the Massachusetts 
Institute of Technology, 1902. 
(9) Horace Emerson Pinkham, b. Jan. 26, 1882; d. Aug. 14, 

1882. 
(9) Bessie Marion Pinkham, b. Jan. 28, 1886; graduated 

from Bradford (Mass.) Academy, 1906. 
(9) Marjorie Pinkham, b. Aug. 20, 1889; graduated from 
Haverhill (Mass.) High School, 1907. 
(8) Ann Maria Pinkham, b. July 28, 1859; d. Feb. 19, 1892; 
m., April, 1882, Joseph Adams Dali-ymple. 
(7) Maria Ann Pinkham; m. Jonas Calamy. 

(7) John Pinkham; m. (first), Sarah ; m. (second), 

Minnie George of Sandown, N. H.; d. about 1890. 
Children of first marriage: 

(8) Fred Pinkham; m. Sadie Plum. 

(9) Child, b. 1879. 
(8) Meta Pinkham; m. Joseph Swett of North Adams, Mass. 

(6) Isaac Pinkham, b. Milton, N. H., May 1, 1792; d. March 
(Nov.?) 9, 1855; m. in Portsmouth, N. H., Nov. 6, 1824, Lydia 
Tripp of Sanford, Me., b. Aug. 9, 1805; d. Aug. 5, 1879. Mr. 
Isaac Pinkham was a stage driver from Salem to Haverhill, 
Mass. 

(7) Charles Henry Pinkham, b. Salem, Mass., Nov. 6, 1825; 
d. Nov. 29, 1898; resided Salem and Lynn, Mass.; died at the 
home of his daughter, Mrs. Say ward, in Dorchester, Mass.; 
druggist over fifty years; a true gentleman and beloved by 
all who knew him; m., April 28, 1850, Julia Maria Ober, b. 
Wenham, Mass., Aug. 13, 1829; d. Nov. 13, 1890; daughter 

of Samuel Ober and Emily . 

(8) Charles Henry Pinkham, b. Salem, Mass., Feb. 28, 1851; 
d. New York City, Dec. 8, 1902; resided in New York City 
from 1882 to 1902; insurance agent there for about five 
years; in 1902 went to Boston, Mass., to take charge of a 
heater manufactory. "He was the founder of the Bank of 
Harlem, N. Y., and became its first president. This bank 
was later merged with the Hamilton Bank. He was then 
agent for the Equitable Life Insurance Society." He and 
his wife were members of the Lenox Avenue Unitarian 
Church in New York City; m., Oct. 8, 1874, Josephine Hunt, 
b. Salem, Mass., Oct. 25, 1851; resides 209 West 107th 
Street, New York City; daughter of Joseph Hunt and Han.- 
nah Harris. 

(9) Alice Hunt Pinkham, b. Salem, Mass., July 8, 1875; re- 
sides Sound Beach, Conn.; studied in the Salem, Mass., 
schools and in New York City Collegiate Institute; m., 
April 17, 1895, Percy Demarest Adams, b. Chicago, 111., 
Nov. 9, 1863; graduated from Columbia College Law 
School, 1883; attorney-at-law; admitted to the bar, Nov. 
11, 1884; son of Samuel Gardner Adams and Sophia Ma- 
tilda Demarest. These parents resided in New York City. 



PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 243 

Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Adams are members of Lenox Avenue 
Unitarian Church, New York City. 
(10) Dorothy Adams, b. Jan. 26, 1896. 
(10) Gardner Adams, b. July 19, 1898. 
(10) Demarest Adams, b. Aug. 15, 1901. 
(9) Edith Ober Pinkham, b. Salem, Mass., Feb. 13, 1877; 
I'esides 159 East 51st Street, Chicago, 111.; graduated from 
New York City Collegiate Institute, 1893; taught four 
years as kindergartner in New York Collegiate Institute; 
has lived in Chicago, 111., since Nov., 1906; m., April 14, 
1903, Horatio Stebbins Schroeder, b. San Francisco, Cal., 
May 28, 1875; studied in New York City public schools and 
College of New York; secretary and treasurer of Fitz- 
hugh Lumber Company, railway equipments; son of Ed- 
ward Francis Schroeder and Mary Louise Stebbins (de- 
ceased) ; the father resides in New York City. Mr. and 
Mrs. H. S. Schroeder are members of the Unitarian 
Church. 

(10) Roderick Stebbins Schroeder, b. May 16, 1905. 
(9) Richard Harris Pinkham, b. Salem, Mass., Oct. 28, 1879; 
resides 209 West 107th Street, New York City; studied at 
New York City schools; went into active life work at 14 
years; salesman; unm. 
(9) Josephine Pinkham, b. Salem, Mass., Jan. 5, 1881; re- 
sides 209 West 107th Street, New York City, N. Y.; gi-ad- 
uated from the Normal College of the City of New York; 
has been a teacher in New York City for over six years. 
(9) Marian Pinkham, b. Salem, Mass., April 12, 1883; stud-" 

led in public schools of N. Y. City. 
(9) Grace Pinkham, b. Greenwich, Conn., Aug. 14, 1887; 

studied in schools of N. Y. City. 
(8) Benjamin Browne Pinkham, b. March 12, 1855; d. June 
2, 1906; studied in Salem (Mass.) schools; sales manager 
for Edward Smith & Co., dealers in varnishes; resided 
Detroit, Mich., Feb., 1899, to Sept., 1901; after that in N. 
Y. City; a very thoughtful and generous man, honorable 
in all things; m., July 8, 1890, Nellie Florence Keller, b. 
Louisville, Ky., daughter of Edward Keller and Mary 
Hearn; resides 504 West 143d St., N. Y. City. 
(8) Julia Frances Pinkham, b. Salem, Mass., May 20, 1857; 
resides 59 Virginia St., Dorchester, Mass.; graduated from 
Salem (Mass.) High School, 1874; m., June 29, 1882, Elliot 
Eugene Sayward, b. Dorchester, Mass., Sept. 1, 1852; stud- 
ied in schools of Dorchester, Mass.; son of William Say- 
ward and Margaret Ann Greyson of Dorchester, Mass.; 
superintendent of construction office, 166 Devonshire St., 
Boston, Mass. 

(9) Elliot Tucker Sayward, b. Boston, Mass., Jan. 22, 1884; 
banking and brokerage business with Kidder, Peabody & 
Co., Boston, Mass.; graduated from Edward Everett 
School of Dorchester, Mass., June, 1898; from Boston Eng- 
lish High School, June, 1901; unm. 
(9) Carl Ober Sayward, b. May 5, 1887; clerk for the bank- 
ing and brokerage firm of Curtis & Sawyer, Boston, Mass.; 



244 PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 

graduated from the Edward Everett School of Dorchester, 
Mass., June, 1901; from English High School, Boston, 
Mass., June, 1904. 
(8) William Ober Pinkham, b. July 18, 1860; drowned be- 
tween the shores of Beverly, Mass., and Salem, Mass., June 
8, 1879; a boy of fine moral character. 
(8) Anna Lydia Pinkham, b. Salem, Mass., Sept. 16, 18G2; 
has resided in N. Y. City, 14 W. 103d St., over eight years; 
graduated from Salem (Mass.) High School, 1880; m., June 
22, 1898, Edwin Coolidge McCarter, b. Philadelphia, Pa., 
March 4, 1864; education secured in private schools; sil- 
verware salesman; son of James McCarter and Sarah Eliza- 
beth Coolidge; no children. 
(8) Emily Moulton Pinkham, b. Salem, Mass., Oct. 4, 1865; 
resides 12 Deer Cove, Ocean St., Lynn, Mass.; studied in 
Salem (Mass.) public schools; m., in Salem, Mass., April 
22, 1886, Benjamin Willis Currier of Lynn, Mass.; b. Jan. 
14, 1838; manufacturer and dealer in clothing; son of 
Benjamin Currier and Julia Maria Ober; studied in Lynn 
(Mass.) schools. 
(9) Helen Currier, b. April 25, 1887; studied in public 
schools of Lynn, Mass., and in Dana Hall School, Welles- 
ley, Mass. 
(9) Benjamin Willis Currier, Jr., b. Sept. 3, 1889; d. March 

22, 1890. 
(9) Donald Estes Currier, b. Nov. 29, 1892; studied in Lynn 
(Mass.) public schools and in Middlesex School, Concord. 
Mass. 
(9) Benjamin Willis Currier, Jr., b. Feb. 23, 1900. 
(7) Hannah F. Pinkham, b. Salem, Mass., July 25, 1827; de- 
ceased; resided for some time at Marblehead and Clifton, 
Mass.; m., May 6, 1847, Joseph Samson Fitz, b. Nov. 28, 
1819; d. Florida, Sept. 17, 1896; ship joiner, who resided 
Salem, Mass.; sou of Josiah Fitz and Mary Poland. 
(8) Harriet Fitz, b. Aug. 12, 1851; resides Hamilton, Mass.; 
m., Feb. 15, 1874, George Gardner Creamer, b. Salem, Mass.; 
bank teller; graduated from Salem (Mass.) schools; son 
of George Creamer and Elizabeth Walker. 
(8) Joseph Warren Fitz, b. Salem, Mass., May 24, 1854; d. 
June 15, 1893; gi'aduated from Phillips School, Salem, 
/ Mass.; m., at Fitchburg, Mass., Nov. 26, 1874, Charlotte 

C. Sargent. 
Children born Salem, Mass.: 

(9) Harry Sargent Fitz, b. May 19, 1876; graduated from 

Salem (Mass.) schools; unm. 
(9) Warren Pinkham Fitz, b. Oct. 10, 1879; resides Salem, 
Mass.; milk dealer; graduated from schools of Salem, 
Mass.; m. Alice Morency, b. Oct. 3, 1882. 
(10) Alice Creamer Fitz, b. Sept. 19, 1891. 
(10) Eizabeth Pinkham Fitz, b. May 3, 1893. 
(9) Joseph Howard Fitz, b. Jan. 4, 1888; graduated from 

Salem (Mass.) High School; electrician. 
(9) Marion Creamer Fitz, b. April 22, 1891. 
(9) Theodore Fitz, b. Aug. 10, 1892. 



PINKHAM GENEALOGY, 245 

(8) Annie Hamilton Fitz, b. Feb. 20, 1860; d. Feb. 27, 1860. 
(8) George Ware Fitz, b. Sept. 17, 1865; farmer at Hamilton, 
Mass.; m., Aug. 28, 1889, in Topsfield, Mass., Harriet E. 
Allen. 

(9) Justine Allen Fitz, b. Dec. 9, 1892. 
(9) Elizabeth Lothrop Fitz, b. Nov. 5, 1895. 
(9) Edith Frances Fitz, b. Aug. 14, 1898. 
(7) Harriet Pinkham, b. Salem, Mass., July 24, 1829; d. Sept., 
1862; studied in Salem (Mass.) private schools; m., as his 
first wife, June 30, 1851, James Stowers Green, b. Chelsea, 
Mass., July 2, 1825; d. May 6, 1900; real estate dealer; son 

of James S. Green and Rachel . 

(8) James Edward Green, b. Chelsea, Mass., Nov. 9, 1851; 

proprietor of a mercantile house; m., Nov. 25, 1874, Ella 

L. Farnum, who d. Natick, Mass., Jan. 9, 1897; no children. 

(8) Nathaniel Gale Green, b. Chelsea, Mass., Sept. 7, 1853; 

d. Oct. 12, 1854. 
(8) Sarah Augusta Green, b. Chelsea, Mass., Nov. 14, 1855; 
m. (first), in Hamilton, Mass., Sept. 25, 1879, James Potter 
Safford of Salem, Mass.; m. (second), April 27, 1895, 
Horatio Perry Pierson and resides Essex St., Salem, Mass. 
Child of the first marriage: 

(9) James Osborne Safford, b. Oct. 31, 1882. 
(8) Harriette Green, b. Chelsea, Mass., May 19, 1861; re- 
sides West Medford, Mass.; m., in Chelsea, Mass., June 19, 
1888, Francis Voluey Streeter of Chelsea, Mass. 
(9) Dorothy Streeter, b. Chelsea, Mass., Aug. 10, 1890. 
(9) Francis Volney Streeter, Jr., b. Chelsea, Nov. 26, 1891. 
(9) Percival Streeter, b. Medford, Mass., April 16, 1895. 
(7) Lydia Ann Pinkham, b. Salem, Mass., Feb. 19, 1833; d. 
April 6, 1861; lived Salem and Chelsea, Mass; m., March 19, 
1858, Otho Hamilton of Kentville, Nova Scotia; merchant 
at Chelsea, Mass.; deceased. 

(8) Josephine Maria Hamilton, b. Chelsea, Mass., April 25, 
1863; m., March 3, 1880, Charles R. Sims of Salem, Mass.; 
deceased. 
(8) Mary Lydia Hamilton, b. April 19, 1867; deceased. 
(7) Isaac Warren Pinkham, b. Salem, Mass., April 13, 1835 
d. April 19, 1870; resided Brooklyn, N. Y.; bookkeeper in 
Lawrence & Kempton's wholesale drug store, N. Y. City 
m., Sept. 2, 1867, Emeline Owens, b. Aug. 27, 1839, at Rhode 
Hall, N. J.; daughter of Jacob Owens and Emeline 



wife resides Rockville Center, Long Island, N. Y.; she m 

second, March 29, 1877, Thomas L. Handley, b. N. Y. City 

March 22, 1844; bookkeeper with Willimantic Thread Co 

(8) Charles Warren Pinkham, b. May 27, 1870; manager of 

the Philadelphia (Pa.) branch of the Pa. Door and Sash 

Co.; m., Feb. 24, 1892, Ida Links, b. Sept. 11, 1871. 

(9) Warren Melvin Pinkham, b. July 18, 1893; d. July 19, 

1893. 
(9) Grace Emeline Pinkham, b. April 16, 1895; d. July 13, 

1898. 
(9) Jessie Marie Pinkham, b. April 8, 1896. 
(9) Evelyn Pinkham, b. Jan. 20, 1901. 



246 PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 

(7) Mary Helen Piukham, b. July 27, 1837; resides Botts 
Court, No. 2, Salem, Mass; m., Oct. 22, 1863, as his second 
wife, James Stowers Green of Chelsea, Mass., b. July 2, 
1825; d. May 6, 1900. 

(8) William Henry Green, b. Chelsea, Mass., Dec. 2, 1872; 
studied in Chelsea and Boston (Mass.) schools; clerk at 
64 Huntington Ave., Boston, Mass.; m., at Peoria, 111., 
Feb. 25, 1896, Henrietta Pamely; deceased; no children. 
(8) Robert Hamilton Green, b. Hamilton, Mass., Nov. 2, 
1875; soldier in Philippines. 
(7) Alice Lord Pinkham, b. Salem, Mass., June 15, 1846; re- 
sides Pleasant St., Salem, Mass.; m., in Salem, Aug. 5, 
1868, George W. Safford, b. Salem, Mass., Jan. 3, 1844; d. 
Dee. 10, 1875. 

(8) Frank Green Safford, b. Salem, Mass., May 24, 1869; d. 
Feb. 17, 1897; clerk at Salem, Mass.; m., Oct. 12, 1880, Annie 
Meda Batchelder, b. Hamilton, Mass., Dec. 15, 1863. 
(9) George W. Safford, b. Jan. 2, 1887. 
(9) Alice Josephine Safford, b. Dec. 15, 1890. 
(8) John Herbert Safford, b. Chelsea, Mass., Nov. 20, 1872; 
clerk in Salem, Mass; m., in Lynn, Mass., April, 1897, 

Corinne of Lynn, Mass. 

(9) Virginia Mary Safford, b. Sept. 22, 1900. 
(8) William C. Safford, b. Chelsea, Mass., June 24, 1875; 
insurance clerk; m., Dec. 24, 1896, Blanche P. Wells of 
Hartford, Conn. 
(9) Miles Warren Safford, b. Hartford, Conn., Aug. 20, 1898. 

* ■ * * * * 

(6) Thomas Pinkham, b. Milton, N. H., May 31, 1794. 

* HP * * * 

(6) Vincent Pinkham, b. Milton, N. H., Oct. 14, 1796; d. North 
Chelsea, Mass., May 23, 1855; m., in North Chelsea, Mass., 
Dec. 24, 1829, Lois Low, b. Chelsea, Mass., Aug. 29, 1807; 

d. April 29, 1894; daughter of James Low and Thirza . 

(7) James Low Pinkham, b. Chelsea, Mass., Jan. 14, 1831; 
in provision business at Cliftondale, Mass.; m., Sept. 26, 
1852, Caroline A. Bennett. 

(8) Elizabeth Low Pinkham, b. East Boston, Mass., Oct. 24, 
1853; d. Woburn, Mass., Feb. 3, 1891; m. Charles F. Hayes, 
b. Bridgton, Me., Feb. 22, 1856; deceased; son of Solon K. 
Keyes and Clara S. Brown. 

(9) Lois Low Hayes, b. Woburn, Mass., March 9, 1880. 
(7) Edward Vincent Pinkham, b. Nov. 25, 1856; m. (first), 
Emma Frances Fowett, who d. Woburn, Mass., Dec. 16, 1886; 
m. (second), Jan. 28, 1889, Mary Elizabeth Lewis, b. Brook- 
field, Missouri, Jan. 31, 1868. 
Children of the second marriage: 

(8) James Albert Pinkham, b. St. Louis, Mo., Dec. 22, 1891. 
(8) Caroline Alice Pinkham, b. Roxbury, Mass., Oct. 29, 1894. 
(8) Charlotte Frances Pinkham, b. Maiden, Mass., March 28, 

1896. 
(8) Helen Louise Pinkham, b. July 3, 1899. 
(7) Charlotte Frances Pinkham, b. May 28, 1832; resides 
Clark Road, Brookline, Mass.; graduated from Chelsea 



PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 247 

(Mass.) High School; m., June 4, 1855, Edward Mellen 
Farnsworth, b. Orford, N. H., Sept. 13, 1829; d. Oct. 7, 
1899; studied in Groton and Andover (Mass.) schools; mer- 
chant in Boston, Mass.; son of Rev. James D. Farnsworth of 
Groton, Mass., and of Rebecca Miller Thayer of Brockton, 
Mass. 

(8) Edward Milletl Farnsworth, b. May 28, 1857; banker in 
Boston, Mass.; m., Dec. 1, 1888, Esther C. Morse, b. Boston, 
Mass., June 30, 1856; graduated from Boston (Mass.) 
schools; daughter of John C. Morse of New York and of 

Joanna P. — ' of Boston, Mass. 

(9) Edward Mellen Farnsworth, b. Brookline, Mass., April 

18, 1882; studied in Harvard University. 
(9) Esther Morse Farnsworth, b. Brookline, Mass., Oct. 15, 
1885; studied in schools of Boston, Mass., and of Paris, 
France. 
(8) James Delap Farnsworth, b. May 25, 1869; m., Sept. 25, 
1884, Caroline A. Bird of Revere, Mass., b. Nov. 9, 1859; 
d. Oct. 29, 1907; daughter Charles Bird of Watertown, 
Mass; Mr. Farnsworth graduated from the Boston (Mass.) 
schools; clerk in Boston, Mass. 

(9) Charles Edward Farnsworth, b. Revere, Mass., May 11, 
1889. 
(8) Emma Josephine Farnsworth, b. June 3; 1861; resides 
186 Tappan St., Brookline, Mass.; studied in private 
schools; m., July 4, 1884, Charles Chase Hoyt, b. Boston, 
Mass., Feb. 22, 1855; studied in Boston and Chicago 
schools; merchant in Boston, Mass.; son of Isaiah Hoyt of 

Beverly, Mass., and Josephine M of Boston. 

(9) Mary Walworth Hoyt, b. Revere, Mass., Nov. 9, 1885; 

d. Nov. 21, 1894. 
(9) Richard F. Hoyt, b. July 3, 1888; studied in Boston 

(Mass.) schools; entered Harvard University 1908. 
(9) Katherine Hoyt, b. Revere, Mass., Dec. 17, 1889. 
(9) Charles Chase Hoyt, Jr., b. Brookline, Mass., Jan. 15, 
1891; d. May 15, 1900. 
(8) Vincent Farnsworth, b. Oct. 5, 1866; studied in Boston 
(Mass.) schools; clerk with Kidder, Peabody & Co., Boston, 
Mass.; m., Oct. 3, 1890, Alice Fenne, b. Revere, Mass., Dec. 
2, 1868; daughter of Charles Fenne of Chelsea, Mass., and 
Emma , b. East Stoughton, Mass. 

Children, b. Revere, Mass.: 

(9) Emma Fenne Farnsworth, b. July 2, 1891. 
(9) Harold' V. Farnsworth, b. Oct. 5, 1894. 
(9) Vincent Farnsworth, b. April 11, 1901. 
(8) Sewall Bradbury Farnsworth, b. Oct. 8, 1869; studied 
Boston (Mass.) schools; resides Brookline, Mass. 
(7) Henry Vincent Pinkham, b. Dec. 11, 1833; d. Feb. 1, 1897; 
merchant in Boston, Mass.; m. (first), Dec, 1855, Susan W. 
Hastings of N. Chelsea, Mass., who d. Sept. 16, 1862; m. 
(second), June 13, 1864, Elizabeth J. Poore of Lynn, Mass., 
who resides Cambridge, Mass. 



248 PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 

Children, all of the first marriage: 

(8) Sarah Louise Pinkham, b. N. Chelsea, Mass., Dec. 2, 
1856; m., July 17, 1900, Richard Wood Cone, b. Westbrook, 
Conn., Oct. 4, 1839; has a scientific voice training studio, 
Belgrade St., Boston, Mass.; son of Eugene Cone and Abi- 
gail Kirtland. 
(8) Grace Withington Pinkham, b. South Boston, Mass., Jan. 
7, 1860. 
(7) Augusta Louise Pinkham, b. Dec. 23, 1835; d. March 9, 

1862. 
(7) Emma Josephine Pinkham, b. June 9, 1837; d. Dec, 1861. 
(7) Edward Everett Pinkham, b. Sept. 7, 1838; d. Sept., 1855. 
(7) Adelia Maria Pinkham, b. Nov. 8, 1840; d. Sept., 1895. 
(7) Willie Pinkham, b. Sept. 9, 1842; d. Sept. 9, 1843. 
(7) Theodore Pinkham, b. April 27, 1844; d. May 23, 1905; 
resided Newtonville, Mass.; paper and straw board business; 
m., June 24, 1874, Alice E. Shedd of Boston, Mass., who d. 
Aug. 27, 1889. 
(8) Edith Virginia Pinkham, b. Revere, Mass., June 21, 1875; 

resides Newtonville, Mass.. 
(8) Vincent Pinkham, b. Revere, Mass., Feb. 24, 1879; re- 
sides Newtonville, Mass. 
(7) Herbert Lewis Pinkham, b. Aug. 29, 1846; salesman at 

Revere, Mass. 
(7) Howard Dwight Pinkham, b. Jan. 4, 1849; farmer at 
Marysville, Kansas; m., 1879, Elizabeth Carden, b. Marys- 
ville, Kansas, Dec. 4, 1862. 

(8) Florence Louise Pinkham, b. Dec. 4, 1880; d. Oct. 24, 1884. 
(8) Thirza Low Pinkham, b. June 20, 1882; d. Oct. 14, 1884. 
(8) Lois Pinkham, b. March 20, 1883. 
(8) Theodore Pinkham, b. June 3, 1885. 
(8) Howard D. Pinkham, Jr., b. June 23, 1887. 
(8) Samuel Nelson Pinkham, b. May 29, 1889. 
(8) Richard William Pinkham, b. July 1, 1891. 
(8) Edwin Hooper Pinkham, b. Aug. 3, 1894. 
(8) Lawrence Abbott Pinkham, b. Dec. 2, 1900. 
***** 

(6) Rebecca Pinkham, b. May 22, 1799. 

***** 

(6) Willard Pinkham, b. Lebanon, N. H. April 19, 1804; m., 
Sept. 9, 1824, Eliza Runnells. 
(7) Adaline Pinkham. 

(7) Vincent Pinkham, b. June 1, 1832; d. June 15, 1884; m., 
1861, Ann Oilman, who d. April 15, 1874. 
(8) Ora Mabel Pinkham, b. Jan. 16, 1865; m., April 7, 1890, 
Edward Leslie Jackson of Newburyport, Mass. 
(9) Two children. 
(8) Everett Vincent Pinkham, b. Jan. 15, 1873. 
(7) Laura Pinkham, b. 1834. ^ 

(7) Thomas Pinkham, b. 1836. 



SECTION EIGHT. 

Records of (5) Dodavah Pinkham: 

His line given by descendants: (1) ancestor Richard Pink- 
ham; (2) John Pinkham and wife Rose Otis; (3) James Pink- 
ham and Elizabeth Smith; (4) Isaac Pinkham. 
(5) Dodavah Pinkham, b. Madbury, N. H., Feb. 22, 1774; d. 

Jan. 27, 1844; lived Milton, N. H.; m., 1796, Mary Wells, b. 

Exeter, N. H., Feb. 15, 1776; d. Dover, N. H., Feb. 4, 1844. 

H: ^ :{: :H ^ 

(6) Sarah R. Pinkham, b. Dec. 29, 1796; m. William Colbath of 
Alton, N. H. 
(7) "Seven children, all dead." 

(6) Benjamin W. Pinkham, b. March 11, 1799; d. New Durham, 
N. H. 

(6) Jeremiah Pinkham, b. March 13, 1801; d. Farmington, N. 
H., 1872; farmer at Farmington, N. H.; m. Caroline Davis. 
(7) Benjamin Franklin Pinkham, b. Farmington, N. H., Oct. 
17, 1829; d. Farmington, N. H., May 4, 1881. A shoemaker. 
He was possessed of a rare tenor voice and was noted as a 
singer in the locality where he lived. He was connected with 
one quartette for 25 years. He was often sought after to 
travel and sing, but he preferred his quiet home life, though 
he would certainly have procured fame and a fine income 
wherever he went. At one time he was associated with the 
celebrated baritone singer, Avon D. Saxon of England, who 
many times praised the fineness of Mr. Pinkham's voice. 
The following sketch was written by Mrs. Adelaide Cilley 
Waldron, who was Mr. Pinkham's organist for ten years: 
"In the shadow of a great affliction the soul sits dumb. Such 
is the feeling which rests upon many in this community in 
view of the unexpected death of our esteemed friend, Mr. 
B. F. Pinkham. Very keenly is this loss felt by those who 
have been his life-long companions in singing. Irreparable 
is the loss, for we can never find another voice of such sweet- 
ness and power, and always making melody. Was there a 
presentiment in his soul on Easter Sunday that he was sing- 
ing his last sacred song upon earth, and did this cause him 
to sing with such marvelous sweetness? Perhaps such was 
the fact, for it is said that he expressed the fear that he 
should never sing so well again. His last earthly hymns of 
praise may have been the beginning of a more perfect heav- 
enly song in a higher sphere. Knowing him from his early 
boyhood days, and from his first connection with the choir 
in the Congregational Chui'ch, we can say with truth that for 
nearly thirty years he has always been ready, and at all times 
willing to lend the aid of his matchless voice whenever soli- 



250 PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 

cited, and many are the souls which have been comforted in 
their times of aflBiction by the thrilling magic of his incompar- 
able voice. His funeral services were held in the Congrega- 
tional Church at Farmingtou, N. H., and Revs. Darling and 
Adams spoke words of comfort to the sorrowing ones. It was fit- 
ting that loving friends should drape in mourning the place 
where he had sung for so many years, leaving the one vacant 
chair standing alone, for it was a time in which singers could 
only sit there in silence. It was a dreary, desolate day when we 
laid our friend away and it was all emblematical of the deso- 
lation in our hearts. Friends in Exeter and Farmington had 
contributed flowers to brighten the gloom which had settled 
on all hearts. 'Our Frank is at rest.' Our loss is his gain, 
but we shall never look upon his like again." Mr. Pinkham 
married, July 4, 1855, Jane Ann Peavey, b. Farmington, N. 
H., June 26, 1839; a woman of noblest character; daughter 
of Benjamin R. Peavey and Lydia Boice; resides 59 Oakwood 
Ave., Lynn, Mass. 

(8) Frank W. Pinkham, b. Farmington, N. H., March 26, 1858; 
d. Oct. 23, 1907; shoe manufacturer; resided 505 "Washington 
St., Lynn, Mass.; m., July 3, 1889, Leuora Gardiner; no 
children. 
(8) Harry Elmer Pinkham, b. Farmington, N. H., May 13, 
1861; studied in Farmington schools; resided in Portland, 
Me., seven years; in Lynn the last 17 years; shoe manu- 
facturer; resides 59 Oakwood Ave., Lynn, Mass.; m., Sept. 
16, 1883, Susie Mahala Moody, b. Naples, Me., Dec. 20, 1860; 
graduated from Portland (Me.) schools; daughter of Wm. 
Moody and Mary J. H. Hamlin; m. (second), at Portland 
Me., Aug. 13, 1902, Elizabeth Dening Thompson, b. July 11, 
1864. 

(9) Harry Talpey Pinkham, b. March 28, 1886; graduated 

from schools of Lynn and Portland, Me.; musical student; 

a very talented singer. 

(9) George Albert Pinkham, b. Portland, Me., May 20, 1899. 

(8) Flora Belle Pinkham, b. Farmington, N. H., Sept. 30, 

1863; gi-aduated from Farmington (N. H.) schools; resides 

100 Armendine St., Dorchester, Mass.; m., Aug. 20, 1881, 

Dr. Seth Eugene Huntress, b. Portsmouth, N. H., 1859; son 

of Seth W. Huntress and Katie Palmer. 

(9) Ida Floretta Huntress, b. Feb. 12, 1882; graduated from 
the schools of Farmington, N. H.; resides Lynn, Mass.; 
m., Aug., 1904, George R. Moses. 
(9) Frederic Eugene Huntress, b. May 15, 1886; graduated 
from Gibson School, Dorchester, Mass. 
(8) Fannie Boice Pinkham, b. Farmington, N. H., April 12, 
1867; graduated from schools of Farmington, N. H.; resides 
59 Oakwood Ave., Lynn, Mass.; m., June 27, 1888, Frank 
Irving Hayes, b. May 2, 1866; schools of Somersworth and 
Farmington, N. H.; shoe cutter. 
(9) Mildred Corinne Hayes, b. May 4, 1891. 
(9) Charlie Laforest Hayes, b. April 3, 1897. 
(8) Jennie Gertrude Pinkham, b. Farmington, N. H., Oct. 
22, 1868; resides 59 Oakwood Ave., Lynn, Mass.; m., June 



PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 251 

27, 1888, Charlie Everett Newman, b. Feb. 24, 1868; factory 
superintendent. 

(9) Walton Carl Newman, b. June 19, 1889; d. July 7, 1899. 
(9) Paul Walker Newman, b. Aug. 4, 1900. 
(8) Lillian R. Pinkham, b. Farmington, N. H., Feb. 2, 1872; 
m., Nov. 28, 1894, Dr. Karl S. Brock. 

***** 
(6) Wells Pinkham, b. New Durham, N. H., July 24, 1803; d. 
Rochester, N. H., Dec. 8, 1879; farmer; m., June 12, 1840, 
Martha P. Gray, b. Strafford, N. H., May 10, 1815; d. May 11, 
1892. 

(7) Mary Dorothy Pinkham, b. Rochester, N. H., June 29, 
1841; m., Dec. 25, 1867, Nathaniel Clough, b. Rochester, N. H., 
Feb. 1, 1844; woodworker. 

(8) Nora Belle Clough, b. Rochester, N. H., June 22, 1873; 
resides 91 6th St., Dover, N. H.; has lived Rochester and 
Dover, N. H.; graduated from Dover Grammar School, June 
20, 1890; m., Oct. 12, 1901, Andrew C. Streamfield, b. Goth- 
enberg, Sweden, June 22, 1866; son of Carl John Streamfield 

and Anna C. . 

(8) Warren Benjamin Clough, b. Dover, N. H., March 17, 
1876; clerk in Dover, N. H.; m., April 25, 1900, Emily S. 
Varuey, b. Dover, N. H., May 18, 1872; daughter of Ivory 

Varney and Annie L. — . 

(9) Doris Virginia Clough, b. July 5^ 1901. 
(7) Benjamin Wells Pinkham, b. June 21, 1844; resides 21 

High St., Dover, N. H.; m. Mary Pickering. 
(7) William Henry Pinkham, b. June 21, 1846; m., Sept. 6, 

1868, Sarah Emma Home of New Durham, N. H. 
(7) George Francis Pinkham, b. Dec. 14, 1847; resides Ten- 
Mile Road, Rochester, N. H.; m. (first) Dec. 30, 1880, Cora 
Emma Gate, b. Brookfield, N. H., Aug. 29, 1856; d. Aug. 29, 
1888; graduated from Rochester (N. H.) schools; m. (sec- 
ond). May 28, 1896, Clara Jane Durgin of Rochester, N. H. 

Child of first marriage: 

(8) Cora Ethel Pinkham, b. July 23, 1888. 
Child of second marriage: 

(8) Frank Bennie Pinkham, b. March 30, 1892. 
(7) Clara Alziua Pinkham, b. Rochester, N. H., May 8, 1849. 
(7) Martha Jane Pinkham, b. Rochester, N. H., May 20, 1859; 
resides Rochester, N. H.; m., July 5, 1880, Daniel S. McDuffee. 
(8) Cora Emma McDuffee, b. April 7, 1881; graduated from 
Rochester' (N. H.) High School, 1900. 
(7) Charles Irving Pinkham, b. June 14, 1861. 
***** 

(6) Melinda Pinkham, b. Jan. 21, 1805; d. May, 1805. 
***** 

(6) Mary Wells Pinkham, b. June 14, 1806; d. April 2, 1892; 

lived New Durham, N. H.; m. John A. Elkins, b. 1803; d. New 

Durham, N. H., March 25, 1876. 
(7) Lorenzo F. Elkins, b. April 2, 1829; deceased. 
(7) Mary Emeline Elkins, b. Jan. 17, 1828; d. New Durham, 



252 PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 

N. H., July 2, 1866; m., 1845, Rev. John Freeman Chamber- 
lain, b. Jan. 30, 1825; d. May 21, 1884. 

(8) Abbie Maria Chamberlain, b. New Durham, N. H., Nov. 
21, 1847; resides Barnstead, N. H.; schools of New Dur- 
ham, Lebanon, Me., and East Rochester, N. H.; has lived 
Alton, N. H., Lebanon, Me., Barnstead, N. H. East Rochester, 
N. H., Oxford, Me., Pittsfield, N. H.; m. Aug. 12, 1865, 
William Heywood, b. Heywood, Lancashire, England, Oct. 
12, 1845; schools of Lebanon, Me., Rochester, N. H., Law- 
rence, Mass.; farmer 58 years; farmer at BSirnstead, N. H., 
spring of 1883 to fall of 1903; from 1872 to 1882 overseer of 
woolen mill at Oxford, Me.; son of John Heywood and Ce- 
cilia Burns. 

(9) Fred Lincoln Heywood, b. Oct. 18, 1866; schools of Ox- 
ford, Me., and Academy of Pittsfield, N. H.; resides Pitts- 
field, N. H.; shoe cutter; m., Nov. 1, 1888, Grace Alma 
Knowles, b. Penacook, N. H., Jan. 1, 1873; daughter of 
Wyatt Knowles and Sarah Elizabeth Dow. 
(10) Warren Harold Heywood, b. Dec. 20, 1889. 
(10) Alma May Heywood, b. July 30, 1895. 
(10) Ruth Harriet Heywood, b. Oct. 15, 1899. 
(9) Mary Emeline Heywood, b. Oct. 23, 1868; d. Dec, 1876. 
(9) Grace Nellie Heywood, b. Jan. 27, 1869; d. 1871. 
(9) Nellie Elizabeth Heywood, b. May 7, 1872; d. July, 1872. 
(7) Harriet Adelaide Elkins, b. July 18, 1829; d. Feb. 14, 
1880; m. William Chamberlain, b. Dec. 17, 1828; d. June 25, 
1894 ; lived Farmington, N. H. ; son of Wm. Chamberlain 
and Hannah Davis; farmer. 

(8) Fannie C. Chamberlain, b. New Durham, N. H., June 
23, 1857; resides Milton Mills, N. H.; graduated from Farm- 
ington (N. H.) High School, June, 1876; m., Nov. 2, 1878, 
Eugene Willie Emerson, b. Pittsfield, N. H., Jan. 8, 1856; 
druggist ; son of Rev. Charles S. Emerson and Harriet 
Newell. 

(9) Harriet Chamberlain Emerson, b. Farmington, N. H., 
March 7, 1884; graduated from Rochester (N. H.) High 
School, June 25, 1903; Bryant and Stratton's Commercial 
School, June 16, 1906; m., Oct. 3, 1905, at Rochester, N. 
H., Bernard L. Piper of Boston, Mass.; son of Rev. F. L. 
Piper, b. Melvin Village, N. H., and of Anna Remick, b. 
Milton Mills, N. H. 
(7) Charles F. Elkins, b. July 2, 1831; deceased. 
(7) George W. Elkins, b. March 27, 1833; deceased. 
(7) Melinda J. EHiins, b. April 13, 1840; d. May 12, 1890 (50); 
resided Farmington, N. H.; m. Nathan L. Proctor. 
(8) Daughter; m. Mr. Waugh. 
(9) Two children. 

* * * * * 

(6) Levi M. Pinkham, b. May 17, 1808; d. Farmington, N. H., 
Oct. 20, 1875; m. Maria Leighton, b. Sept., 1808; d. Dec. 27, 
1889; carpenter; lived in New Durham, N. H., before his mar- 
riage and then in Farmington, N. H. 

(7) Levi L. Pinkham, d. March 30, 1899 (64y) ; dealer in boots 
and shoes; m. Augusta Cooper. 



PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 253 

(8) Daughter. 
(7) Mary A. Pinkham; m. Henry Jenkins; resides Farmington, 

N. H. 
(7) Martha Jane Pinkham; resides New Durham Ridge, N. H. ; 
m. Samuel Evans. 

***** 

(6) Belinda Pinkham, b. Nov. 27, 1810. 

***** 

(6) John Langdon Pinkham, b. New Durham, N. H., Aug. 16, 
1813; d. Farmington, N. H., March 24, 1886; house carpenter; 
m., 1838, Betsy M. Adams, b. Gilmanton, N. H., June 14, 1819; 
d. May 21, 1892 (77y.). 

(7) George Woodbury Pinkham, b. New Durham, N. H., April 
24, 1843; resides Farmington, N. H.; m., Aug. 28, 1865, Han- 
nah T. Adams of Gilmanton, N. H.; shoemaker at first; then 
kept hotel; has lived in Dover, Farmington, Gilmanton, East 
Jaffrey, Rochester, N. H.; no children. 
(7) Mary Ellen Pinkham, b. New Durham, N. H., Sept. 2, 1843; 
m., July 7, 1864, Charles W. Austin, b. Somersworth, N. H., 
Feb. 27, 1837; son of Benjamin Austin and Polly Wooster. 
(8) Frank A. Austin, b. Nov. 25, 1866; d. Sept. 5, 1867. 
***** 

(6) Susanna Pinkham, b. June 30, 1816. 

***** 

(6) George Chamberlain Pinkham, b. Alton, N. H., Aug. 8, 1819; 
d. Rochester, N. H., April 16, 1892; buried in Rochester, N. H.; 
in the mercantile business. "He was the first manufacturer 
of shoes in Rochester, N. H." M., Nov. 9, 1842, Betsy Yeaton 
Gray, b. Strafford, N. H., June 3, 1819; d. Rochester, N. H., 
Jan. 13, 1894; daughter of Deacon Henry Gray of New Dur- 
ham, N. H. 

(7) Elizabeth Emily Pinkham, b. Rochester, N. H., Oct. 7, 1843; 
d. May 13, 1891; m., Jan. 23, 1864, Walter Scott Hussey, b. 
Rochester, N. H., April 4, 1840; farmer. 

(8) Cora Ella Hussey, b. Rochester, N. H., Nov. 1, 1865; re- 
sides 19 South St., Quincy, Mass.; moved to Quincy, Mass., in 
Sept., 1892; graduated from Rochester (N. H.) schools June 
1885; m., Aug. 21, 1886, Elmer Linfield Paine, b. Holbrook, 
Mass. (formerly East Randolph), June 2, 1862; son of Leon 
Washburne Paine and Mary Wheaton; undertaker. 
(9) Boy, b. and d. July 30, 1888. 

(9) Mertie Blanche Paine, b. Oct. 9, 1889; d. Oct. 29. 1889. 
(7) George H. Pinkham, b. Dover, N. H., April 16, 1845; d. 

in infancy.' 
(7) Martha Pinkham, b. Dover, N. H., Aug. 10, 1847; d. in 

infancy. 
(7) Mary Pinkham, b. in Dover, N. H. 

(7) Jane Pinkham, b. Strafford, N. H., Oct. 20, 1849; d. Sept., 
1897; m. Mr. French of Farmington, N. H.; shoe cutter; no 
children. 
(7) Georgia Pinkham, b. Strafford, N. H., Nov. 8, 1853; m., 
Nov. 10, 1883, Frank S. Edgerly, b. Sept. 1, 1855; son of Addi- 
son C. Edgerly and Mary A. Clark of Brookfield, N. H.; no 
children. 



254 PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 

(7) Henry Gray Pinkham, b. Strafford, N. H., March 7, 1856; 
resides Rochester, N. H.; lived in Strafford and Rochester, 
N. H.; studied in district and private schools; shoe cutter; 
m., in Somersworth, N. H., July 3, 1883, Grace Rosalia Hough, 
b. Somersworth, N. H., April 5, 1862 ; daughter of Karl Fred- 
eric Hough and Charlotte Spier. "Father b. Baden-Baden. 
The mother b. Prussia. The father came to America alone 
when he was very young and so soon lost trace of his people 
at home. His father kept a hotel. Two of his uncles were 
college professors in Germany. His mother's father was a 
true gentleman and an officer in the army of old Emperor 
William. After his death his widow came to America with 
her children, as all her brothers had previously moved to 
this country." 
(8) Stanley Hough Pinkham, b. Feb. 21, 1897. 



SECTION NINE. 

EECOBDS OF ISAAC PINKHAM OF SACO, MAINE. 

His line as indicated by descendants: (1) Ancestor Richard 
Pinkham; (2) John Pinkham and wife, Rose Otis; (3) James 
Piukham; (4) Isaac Pinkham, b. 1745. 
(5) Isaac Pinkham, d. at Saco, Me., about 1852. "He came there 

from Dover, N. H.; he was a recruiting officer in the 1812 War; 

he died with his daughter, Mrs. Caroline Boothby, North Leeds, 

Me.; m. Mary Chesley. 

The children of Isaac Pinkham and wife, Mary Chesley, from 
Saco, Maine, Record. 

(6) Andrew Pinkham, b. May 12, 1793. "He sailed from Saco, 
Me., in a privateer in the 1812 War and was never heard 
from." 

(6) Nancy Pinkham, b. Sept. 19, 1794. "Died a long time ago; 
m. Mr. Colbath. 
(7) "The only child, a son, adopted by Mr. Coolidge." 

(6) Alfred Piukham, b. July 31, 1798; d. Aug. 27, 1865; said to 

have been born at Dover, N. H. ; lived in the Maine towns, 

Wayne, Mercer and Chesterville; tanner and later a farmer; 

m., Oct. 10, 1822, Betsy Rice, b. Feb. 19, 1800; d. March 6, 

1886; said to have been a member of the Christian Church. 

The children of Alfred Pinkham were born at Wayne, Me. 

(7) Alfred Rice Pinkham, b. April 1, 1823; d. May ^2, 1847; 

assistant surgeon in the American Army in the Mexican War; 

d. in Mexico. 

(7) Andrew Pinkham, b. Wayne, Me., Oct. 17, 1825; d. Wilton, 

Me., June 2, 1904; a dry goods merchant in Wayne, Me.; 

also lived in Mercer and Waterville, Me., Boston, Mass., 

Portland, Bangor; m., Dec. 25, 1849, Mary Whitney Friz- 

zell, b. Mercer, Me., 1847; d. Waterville, Me., March 13, 1865; 

daughter of John Fi-izzell and Tamer Lander. 

(8) Wallace Pinkham, b. Clinton, Me., Feb. 27, 1865; d. Sept., 

1865. 
(8) Annie Mary Pinkham, b. Waterville, Me., Dec. 26, 1857; 
resides South Bristol, Me.; has lived in Maine towns, Water- 
ville, West Waterville, Oakland, Clinton, Farmington, Wilton, 
Chesterville, Phillips, Blue Hill, Ellsworth, Portland, Bris- 
tol; also in Walpole, Mass.; graduated from the State Nor- 
mal School, Farmington, Me., regular course, 1878; from the 
advanced course, 1881 ; m., Jan. 22, 1886, Rev. Edward Alvah 
Mason, b. Jersey City, N. J., March 15, 1859; Baptist min- 
ister; graduated from Jersey City High School, N. J.; Uni- 
versity of the City of N. Y.; Newton (Mass.) Theological 
Seminary ; ordained to the ministry at Fai'mington, Me. ; 
has preached in Farmington, Blue Hill, Ellsworth, Dexter, 



256 PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 

Oakland and Bristol, Me.; 1902 general secretary of Me. 
Sunday School Association; son of Arnold G. Mason of N. Y. 
(9) May Lander Mason, b. Blue Hill, Me., Feb. 15, 1887; 
graduated from Oakland (Me.) High School 1906; entered 
Bates College, Lewiston, Me., Sept., 1906. 
(9) Katharine Frizzell Mason, b. Blue Hill, Me., March 27, 

1890. 
(9) Ruth Rice Mason, b. Ellsworth, Me., April 9, 1895; d. 
at Oakland, Me., March 10, 1896. 
(7) Eliza Caroline Pinkham, b. Aug. 16, 1828; d. Chesterville, 
Me., Sept. 15, 1891; m., July, 1847, George Lewis Riggs. 
(8) Ellen C. Riggs. b. April 1, 1852; d. Nov. 7, 1866. 
(8) Angela Marah Riggs, b. July 3, 1858; m., 1880, Joshua C. 
Stevens, a farmer of Fayette, Me. 
(9) Mina Gertrude Stevens, b. Oct., 1882; graduated from 

Kent's Hill (Me.) Seminary. 
(9) Marah Beth Stevens, b. March, 1886; student in art 
school, N. Y. City. 

(8) Mabel Riggs . (8) Robert R. Riggs. 

(7) Olive Ann Pinkham, b. Wayne, Me., Sept. 27, 1831; re- 
sides North Chesterville, Me.; also lived Wayne and Mercer, 
Me.; m., March 31, 1853, Otis Nelson Hutchins of Chester- 
ville, Me.; b. Minot, Me., Nov. 9, 1830; millman and farmer; 
son of William H. Hutchins and Bethiah Pill.sbury. 
(8) Fred Clinton Hutchins, b. July 3, 1855; m., Jan. 9, 1881, 
Lelia Rowe, b. Gorham, N. H., Sept. 25, 1858; daughter of 
James Rowe and Sarah French, who d. 1887; husband lives 
Chesterville, Me. 

(9) Maisie Gail Hutchins, b. March 18, 1883; graduated from 
Farmington (Me.) Normal School June 15, 1905; a very 
successful teacher. 
(9) Twins, Ray and May Hutchins, b. Nov. 3, 1889; Ray d. 
Sept., 1907. 
(8) Emma Louise Hutchins, b. June 14, 1859; resides North 
Chesterville, Me.; studied in N. Chesterville (Me.) schools; 
m., Aug. 21, 1881, George Fairbanks Lovejoy, b. Chesterville, 
Me., Nov. 18, 1857; carriage manufacturer; son of Calvin 
Lovejoy and Mary Ann Conforth. 

(9) Helen Agnes Lovejoy, b. Nov. 8, 1882; d. Nov. 16, 1887. 
(9) Maude Evile Lovejoy, b. March 26, 1884; resides North 
Chesterville, Me.; graduated from Farmington (Me.) High 
School, June, 1904; graduated from Kent's Hill Seminary, 
June, 1905; student in Bates College. 
(9) Laura Annie Lovejoy, b. June 15, 1882; graduated from 
Farmington (Me.) High School, 1907. 
(7) Earl Shaw Pinkham, b. Wayne, Me., March 25, 1834; ad- 
dress. Mount Vernon, Me., Route 32, Box 49; has lived Mercer, 
Chesterville, Industry and other Maine towns ; tanner and 
farmer; m., March 13, 1866, Emily Maria French, b. Chester- 
ville, Me., June 1, 1842; graduate from Kent's Hill (Me.) 
Seminary; daughter of Benjamin Sanborn French and Mary 
Upton. 

(8) Edgar Eugene Pinkham, b. Feb. 20, 1872; d. June 29, 1873. 
(8) Mary French Pinkham, b. Aug. 29, 1878; resides South 



PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 257 

Chesterville, Me.; graduated from Farmington (Me.) Normal 
School; m., May 1, 1899, Charles Whitmore Small, b. Green- 
wood. Me., Oct. 19, 1872 ; was formerly employed in railroad 
woi'k, now a farmer; son of Cyrus Latham Small and Eunice 
Ann Whitmore. 
(9) Charles Pinkham Small, b. Feb. 25, 1902. 

(7) Mary Jane Pinkham, b. Dec. 23, 1836; d. Mercer, Me., Nov. 
17, 1843. 

(7) Dr. Charles Elliot Pinkham, b. Wayne, Me., Sept. 17, 1839; 
d. June 30, 1901. "He resided in Rochester, N. Y., Woodland 
and Sacramento, Cal. Graduated from the Eclectic Medi- 
cal College of Pennsylvania, 18G8; also attended a course of 
medical lectures at Harvard University, 1868-69; practised 
medicine in Rochester, N. Y., until 1877, being a member of 
the Monroe Homes Society. He became president of this 
society and was very prominent in Masonic affairs. In the 
spring of 1877 he moved to Woodland, California. January 3, 
1879, he was appointed a member of the board of health in 
Woodland. In 1880 he moved to Sacramento, Cal., where he 
remained until his death. He was appointed a member of the 
board of health Aug. 20, 1896. He was medical director of the 
Foundling's Home until March, 1901. He was a member of 
the Phi Alpha Gamma Fraternity, Alpha Chapter, of N. Y. 
City Homeopathic Medical College. He was a 32d degree 
Mason and appointed state aid de camp. On Dec. 13, 1863, 
he enlisted in the 1st Maine Regiment of Cavalry; honorably 
discharged Aug., 1865; after that settled in Boston, Mass. 
M. (first). May, 1861, Patience Ellen Pinkham, b. Jan. 25, 
1839, at West Gardiner, Me.; deceased; daughter of Israel 
Pinkham and Almira Merrill; m. (second), March 1, 1870, 
Adelaide Sophia Tillinghast, b. Morrisville, N. Y.," June 2, 
1843; resides 2703 Bush St., San Francisco, Cal.; gradu- 
ated from East Avenue Collegiate Institute, Rochester, 
N. Y., June, 1861; valedictorian of her class; in January, 
1861, she went to N. Y. City to study music, being pupil 
of S. B. Mills on the piano and pupil with Carlo Bassini in 
voice culture; she taught music in Houghton Seminary, Clin- 
ton, N. Y., in 1862, and later, for several years, taught music 
in Morrisville, N. Y., singing in church and at times playing 
the church organ; after her marriage she resided in Boston, 
Mass., for two years; then moved to Rochester, N. Y., where 
she was a soprano singer in Dr. Sax's Universalist Church; 
afterwards sang in St. Luke's Episcopal Church. After her 
removal to Sacramento, Cal., she was organist in St. Paul's 
Episcopal Church of that city more than 20 years. 

Child of the first marriage of Dr. Charles Elliot Pinkham: 
(8) Nellie Pinkham, who d. at West Gardiner, Me. 

Children of the second marriage: 

(8) Mary Tillinghast Pinkham, b. July 29, 1871; d. May 30, 
1885; she was killed on a Central Pacific train when start- 
ing on a visit to her grandparents in Morrisville, N. Y., and 
Chesterville, Me. "A drunkard's bullet did the deed." 

17 



258 PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 

(8) Charles Bradley Pinkhain, b. Morrisville, N. Y., Jan. 24, 
1873; resides 2703 Bush St., Sau Francisco, Cal.; graduated 
from Sacramento (Cal.) High School, 1891; from Leland 
Stanford University-, 1896; from N. Y. City Homeopathic 
Medical College, 1899; the following year he was ambulance 
surgeon at the Cumberland St. Hospital, Brooklyn, N. Y.; 
in October, 1900, he opened an office in San Francisco, Cal.; 
on Jan. 6, 1904, he was appointed emergency surgeon of San 
Francisco by the health commissioners; in the great earth- 
quake at San Francisco, he lost all his oflBce fixtures, etc.; 
while a student at Leland Stanford University he was a 
member of its orchestra, glee club and band; became man- 
ager of the Glee Club in 1895; he was a member of the 
Kappa Alpha Fraternity; during his studies in the medical 
college he was a member of the Phi Alpha Gamma Fra- 
ternity; on going to San Francisco, Cal., in Oct., 1900, he 
was appointed lecturer in hygiene and dietetics at Hahne- 
mann Medical College, San Francisco, Cal. 
(7) Wiliam Rice Piukham, b. May 21, 1842; resides Oakland, 

Cal.; scythe and axe manufacturer, Emerson & Stevens Co.; 

m., Jan. 10, 1871, Mary K. Benson of Oakland, Cal.; no 

children. 

***** 

(6) Jonathan Chesley Pinkham, b. Sept. 30, 1803; d. in Cal- 
ifornia; m. (first), in Wayne, Me., Ruth Bessie; m. (second), 
Rosalie B. Bessie; he removed to California after this second 
marriage, having lived in Boston, Mass., for awhile. 
(7) Helen Pinkham; always resided in Boston, Mass.; m. 

Charles Morris. 
(7) Byron Pinkham; "was shot in California some years ago." 
(7) George Pinkham; to California with his father. 
***** 

(6) Mary Pinkham (twin), b. July 30, 1813; d. about 1902; m. 
Mr. Stewart, who probably lived in Saco, Me.; after her hus- 
band's death she removed to Hiram, Me., and resided there 
with a son. 

(7) Ruth Stewart; m. Mr. Cole, N. Leeds, Me. 
***** 

(6) Caroline Pinkham (twin), b. July 30, 1813; resided North 

Leeds, Me., for quite a number of years; m. William Booth, 

who d. Feb., 1900. 
(7) Lewis S. Booth; "died several years ago;" m. Louise Hus- 

sey of Fayette, Me. 

(8) Only child, Mrs. Carrie M. Wing, resides Connecticut. 
(7) Orah Farrington Booth, resides Wilton, Me. 

(8) Daughter, Susie, a teacher in Nashua, N. H. 



SECTION TEN. 

RECORDS OP ALLEN PINKHAM. 

The descendants of this line were unable to trace the family 
beyond Allen Pinkham. From other data gathered the line 
would seem to be: (1) Ancestor Richard Pinkham; (2) John 
Pinkham and Rose Otis; (3) Thomas Pinkham and Mercy Allen; 

(4) Solomon Pinkham, who lived at Boothbay, Me., for a short 
time; (5) Allen Pinkham, whose records are given below as 
completely as they could be secured after long correspondence. 

(5) Allen Pinkham of Bristol, Me.; married Lydia . (The 

list of children is from the records of Stephen Nichols, Jr., of 
Lamb's Corner, Me). 

(6) Simeon Pinkham; sailor; lost at sea. 

^ :j: ^ H: ^ 

(6) Solomon Pinkham; sailor; lost at sea. 

(6) Thomas Pinkham. 

(6) Amos Pinkham. 

(6) Allen Pinkham; impressed into the British service, War of 
1812-14; placed in Dartmoor prison and died on the passage 
home; a copy of his petition for release was sent to President 
Monroe. 

:{: :J; ^ :|s ^ 

(6) Hannah Pinkham, b. Bristol, Me., Aug. 27, 1791; d. June 9, 
1851; a very faithful member of the Friends' Church; m., 
March 25, 1830, Stephen Nichols, b. Berwick, Me., Dec. 2, 1769; 
d. Aug. 8, 1853; farmer; son of Samuel Nichols. 

(7) Stephen Nichols, Jr., b. Vassalboro, Me., June 29, 1831; 
address, N. Vassalboro, Me., R. F. D. No. 49; farmer; in Wins- 
low, Me., since Dec, 1861; m., June 3, 1852, Louisa Jane Hob- 
ble, b. Winslow, Me., May 24, 1830; daughter of John Hobble 
and Phoebe Cook. 

(8) John Edward Nichols, b. Vassalboro, Me., July 6, 1854; 
resides San Marcial, New Mexico; lived in Colorado and 
Texas 1877-1882; studied in Oak Grove Seminary, Vassal- 
boro, Me.; in the insurance and real estate business; m., 
June 17, 1885, Annie Clifford Ingram, b. Little Rock, Ar- 
kansas, Nov. 28, 1861; schools of New Orleans, La.; daugh- 
ter of James Clifford Ingram and Margaret Dillon. 
Children b. San Marcial, New Mexico: 

(9) Louisa Nichols, b. March 22, 1886; graduated from 
Lorette Academy, Las Cruces, N. M., June 14, 1904; promi- 
nent musician in conservatory of music, Chicago, 111. 
(9) John Edward Nichols, Jr., b. March 18, 1888; educated in 
New Mexico Military Academy, Roswell, N. M.; now chief 



260 PINKHAM GENEALOGY 

clerk in mechanical department of A. T. & Santa Fe Rail- 
way, San Marcial, N. M. 
(9) James Stephen Clifford Nichols, 1). Oct. 19, 1893; student 
in San Marcial (N. M.) public schools; an expert tele- 
grapher. 
(8) Sarah Louisa Nichols, b. Feb. 29, 1856; resides Liver- 
more Falls, Me.; m., May 29, 1879, Albert Hodges, who d. 
Nov. 22, 1901. 

(9) Albert Edward Hodges, b. Feb. 10, 1881; m., July 25, 
1906, Alice Maud Taylor; Mr. Hodges is a hardware dealer. 
(10) Barbara Taylor Hodges, b. Aug. 15, 1907. 
(8) Annie May Nichols, b. July 29, 1871; N. Vassalboro, Me., 

R. F. D., No. 49; studied in Oak Grove Seminary. 
(8) William H. Nichols, b. Aug. 14, 1872; farmer in Wluslow, 
Me. 

(7) Olive W. Nichols, b. Vassalboro, Me., Dec. 31, 1833; d. May 
1, 1898; m., Nov. 14, 1860, James Cook, b. Unity, Me., June 
17, 1831. 

(8) Elizabeth Cook, b. Unity, Me., Feb. 16, 1864; resides West 
Dale St., Waltham, Mass.; graduated at Oak Grove Sem- 
inary, Vilssalboro, Me., 1883; m., Oct. 10, 1893, Robert Bon- 
ner Rice, b. Auburndale, Mass., May 9, 1863; son of James 
Willard Rice and Maria Farwell. 
(9) James Raymond Rice, b. June 26, 1895; resides Waltham, 

Mass. 
(9) Marion Martin Rice, b. Nov. 19, 1899. 
(8) Charles S. Cook, b. Unity, Me., Nov. 2, 1868; resides 
Unity, Me.; course in a business college; farmer; m., June 
5, 1897, Faustina A. Wiggin, b. China, Me., Oct. 19, 1872; 

daughter of Wm. M. Wiggin and Augusta E. . 

(9) Augusta lone Cook, b. July 8, 1898. 
(8) Joseph E. Cook; deceased; resided Portland, Me.; engineer 

Maine Central Railroad; married. 
(8) Abbie Louise Cook, b. Unity, Me., Sept. 12, 1875; resides 
Bangor, Me.; studied Oak Grove Seminary, Vassalboro, Me., 
Portland (Me.) High School, Fi'amingham (Mass.) Normal 
School; teacher for two years; m., Sept. 27, 1899, Albert Lit- 
tle Blanchard, b. Unity, Me., Oct. 17, 1868; studied Freedom 
(Me.) Academy, Colby (Me.) Classical Institute, Colby 
University, Waterville, Me.; lawyer; son of Gustavus Brack- 
ett Blanchard and Isabel Wood Mitchell. 
(9) Charlotte Elizabeth Blanchard, b. April 17, 1901. 
(9) Albert Cook Blanchard, b. March 7, 1903. 

(6) Charles Pinkham, b. Bristol, Me., Oct. 14, 1794; d. Augusta, 
Me., May 7, 1853; served in the 1812 War; resided Augusta, 
Me.; buried there; carpenter; m. (first), Dorothy Bodwell of 
Augusta, Me., who d. at 23 years; m. (second), June 10, 1821, 
Hannah Kidder Ballard, b. Augusta, Me., Feb. 1, 1795; d. May 
21, 1886 (91-3-21); daughter of Jonathan Ballard, b. Oxford 
County, Me.; he was a farmer; deputy sheriff; the father of 
Jonathan Ballard was Ephraim Ballard farmer and surveyor, 



PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 261 

etc., who settled in Augusta, Me., near the present site of the 

state house. "The Ballards were noted people in their day 

and generation." 

***** 

(7) Allen G. Pinkham, b. Dec. 17, 1817; d. Fel>. 4, 1818. 
***** 

(7) Charles Gardiner Pinkham, b. Augusta, Me., Sept. 16, 1819; 
d. Augusta, Me., Jan. 23, 1872; tanner. "His people were 
not members of the Friends' Church, but his father became 
one by request when he was 26 years old. His mother and 
all of her people were members of the Friends' Church. He 
left home when 14 years old to live with his aunt in Vassal- 
boro, Me., and there grew to manhood, and took to himself a 
wife. He was highly esteemed all his life. A friend who 
came to look upon his body before his burial truthfully said, 
'His praise is on every lip.'" M. (fii'st), Sept. 26, 1846, 
Anstress Gardner Hobbie, b. Winslow, Me., Jan. 1, 1820 ; d. 
Oct. 12, 1862 ; she was a very faithful member of the Friends' 
Church. "The Hobbie family is a very old and interesting 
one. Hon. Wm. G. Hobbie of Baltenville, N. Y., has written 
a history of the Hobbies, which probably has never been pub- 
lished. One of the first of the family in America was Rev. 
William Hobbie, pastor of the Congregational Church at 
Reading, Mass., now Wakefield. He was a prominent man in 
his time and a friend of Cotton Mather and George Whitfield. 
His son. Remington Hobbie, graduated at Harvard College 
and settled at Vassalboro, Me. He was converted under the 
preaching of David Sands, joined the Friends' Church, and 
became one of the most powerful preachers in that church. 
He died in Winslow, Me., 1839 (93y.). This Remington 
Hobbie married Anstress Gardiner." M. (second) June, 1864, 
Catherine Frye, b. Saleqi, Mass., Oct. 2, 1826 (now Mrs. C. 
F. Hanson, 766 Central Ave., Dover, N. H.); after her hus- 
band's death she removed to Waterville, Me., in the spring 
of 1873, remaining there 12 years; m., Nov. 23, 1886, Joseph 
M. Hanson, who d. March 29, 1896; she then went to reside 
with her step-son, William H. Hanson, Dover, N. H. 
Children of the first marriage: 
(8) Charles Sumner Pinkham, b. Winslow, Me., Aug. 30, 1850; 
resides 62 Alden St., Waltham, Mass; has lived in Belfast 
and Vassalboro, Me.; studied in the common schools and 
some terms in Oak Grove Seminary, Vassalboro, Me.; 1868 
assistant foreman in a machine shop; m., Aug. 29, 1881, 
Georgianna Getchell, b. Winslow, Me., Aug. 5, 1856; daugh- 
ter of Hactwell Getchell and Mary E. Brown. 
(9) Charles Hartwell, b. May 18, 1883; d. in 5 days. 
(9) Ethel Elizabeth Pinkham, b. Aug. 1, 1885; d. Sept. 2, 
1903; graduated at Waltham (Mass.) High School, 1902. 
(8) Edward Everett Pinkham, b. Winslow, Me., Aug. 30, 1850; 
resides 7 Spring Garden St., Boston, Mass.; locomotive en- 
gineer; m. Kate Paine; no children. 
(8) John Howard Pinkham, b. Vassalboro, Me., Feb. 15, 1856; 
d. Dorchester, Mass., Oct. 30, 1899; was a signal tender on 
the R. R.; m., in Brockton, Mass., Kate Drew, who d. Dec. 



262 PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 

24, 1890 (29). "A high-minded, cultured man. He and his 
brothers were all fine men." 

(9) Alice May Pinkham, b. Aug. 18, 1879; graduated at 
Dorchester (Mass.) High School and is studying music in 
N. Y. City. 
(8) Alfred Tennyson Pinkham, b. Belfast, Me., 1857; d. Feb. 

13, 1906; stable keeper in Boston, Mass.; unm. 
(8) Allen G. Pinkham, b. Winslow, Me., May, 1859; d. in 
infancy. 

(8) Henry W. Pinkham, b. Winslow, Me., Oct. 1861; d. in 
infancy. 

***** 

(7) Jonathan Ballard Pinkham, b. Quincy. Mass., Nov. 19, 1821; 
d. April, 1896; farmer; m., 1845, Lucretia Caroline Button, 
b. Augusta, Me., June, 1823; d. Jan., 1894. 
(8) Martha M. Pinkham, b. July, 1847; d. Augusta, Me., Nov. 
1899 ; m. James M. Guiness, who died one year after mar- 
riage. 
(8) George Byron Pinkham, b. Augusta, Me., April 11, 1849; 
resides Boise, Idaho; graduated from Ballard School, Au- 
gusta, Me., 1867; from Dirigo Business College, 1870; gro- 
ceryman; m.. May 1, 1877, Arabella Elizabeth Redsal, b. 
Portland, Ore., Nov. 10, 1858; daughter of Thomas T. Redsal 
and Amelia Spencer. 

(9) Lulu Amelia Pinkham. b. May 31, 1878; m., Nov. 25, 1904, 
A. C. Hunt. 

(10) Belle E. Hunt, b. Sept. 25. 1005. 
(10) George B. Hunt, b. July 15, 1907. 
(9) James George Pinkham, b. Aug. 26, 1881; clerk in a mer- 
cantile store; graduated from Way's Business College, 1898; 
m., Nov. 6, 1907, Daisy Donaldson. 
(8) Mary Pinkham, b. 1851; d. April, 1853; unm. 
(8) Charles N. Pinkham, b. Jan., 1853; d. Nov., 1873; unm. 
(8) William Pinkham, b. June, 1860; d. Aug., 1874. 
(8) Clemantine A. Pinkham, b. May, 1862; d. Sept., 1879. 
* ^ * * * 

(7) Lydia Pinkham, b. Augusta, Me., Sept. 7, 1823; d. Boston, 
Mass., Aug., 1825. 

***** 

(7) Horatio N. Pinkham, b. Southbridge, Mass., Feb. 16, 1826; 
d. 1898. 

***** 

(7) Clementine B. Pinkham, b. Southbridge, Mass., May 3, 
1828; d. April 11, 1898; m., in Augusta, Me.. May 1, 1856, 
Nathan Dudley Harrington, b. Lexington, Mass., Oct. 5, 1828; 
d. April 10, 1894; for many years a hardware dealer in Bos- 
ton, Eaton, Harrington and Dana. 
(8) Ellen Elizabeth Harrington, b. Nov. 8, 1856. 
(8) Alice Dudley Harrington, b. Feb. 9, 1860. 
(8) Arthur Dudley Harrington, b. Somerville, Mass., May 28, 
1866; resides 26 Oak St., Somerville, Mass.; has always 
lived in Somerville, Mass. : graduatefl from Luther V. Bell 
Grammar School June, 1880; attended the Somerville 



PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 263 

(Mass.) High School the followiug Sept., and in Feb., 1882, 
in the second year in school, left to accept a position as clerk 
in the wholesale boot and shoe house of Amos P. Tapley & 
Co. in Boston, Mass.; m., June 29, 1892, Estella Maude 
Smith, b. Yarmouth, N. S., April 24, 1867; when she was two 
years of age her parents came to Boston, Mass., and then 
settled in Somerville, Mass.; daughter of George Skinner 
Smith and Ruth Abigail Pitman. 

(9) Ralph Dudley Harrington, b. Aug. 2, 1893. 

(9) Ruth Clementine Harrington, b. Feb. 3, 1895. 

(9) Arthur Vernon Harrington, b. Feb. 22, 1900. 

(8) Walter Sherman Harrington, b. Somerville, Mass., Sept 
28, 1869; always lived in Somerville, Mass.; graduated from 
the Luther B. Bell Grammar School, June, 1884; left the 
high school March, 1885, to enter Amos P. Tapley & Co.'s 
boot and shoe store as clerk and has been steadily employed 
there. 

(8) George Otis Harrington, b. Jan. 24, 1872; resides Bolton 
St., Somerville, Mass.; wholesale hardware dealer in Boston, 
Mass.; m., June 24, 1896, Eva Madora Durgan, b. Portland, 
Me. 

(7)- Adelaide Eliza Pinkham, b. May 19, 1831; d. May 13, 1897; 
m. William Watson Edwards, b. Guilford (now Laconia), 
N. H., Oct. 20, 1827; machinist. 

(8) Kate Ballard Edwards, b. Waterville, Me., Dec. 3, 1864; 
resides 39 Silver St., Waterville, Me.; has lived in New 
Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Rockland, Me., Washington, D. 
C, Baltimore, Md., and Waterville, Me.; graduated at high 
school 1883. 
(8) Fannie May Edwards, b. Feb. 28, 1861; d. Nov., 1863. 
(8) Ella Watson Edwards, b. Augusta, Me., Dec. 26, 1854; re- 
sides 2221/2 N. Main St., Los Angeles, Cal.; m. (first), Oct. 
18, 1877, N. Getchell Dow; m. (second), March 14, 1884, 
Frederic C. Howes; 2638 Severance St., Los Angeles, Cal. 
Children of first marriage: 

(9) Helen Edwards Dow, b. March 30, 1879; studied in Los 

Angeles (Cal.) schools. 
(9) Ralph Getchell Dow, b. May 13, 1881; student. 
* * * * * 

(7) Sarah B. Pinkham, b. Bridgton, Me., Sept. 17, 1833. (Mrs. 
Sarah A. Deck, Byron, Ohio.) "My father died when I was 
a little girl." M. (first), Solomon Myers, b. Columbia, Ohio, 
Oct. 30, 1819; d. Sept. 21, 1892; m. (second), Mr. Deck, b. 
Huntington Co., Pa.; farmer. 

Children of the first marriage: 
(8) Addie Myers, b. Aug. 22, 1859; resides Byron, Ohio; m., 
June 8, 1889, Charles Beaty. 

(9) Two daughters. 

(8) George Sherman Myers, b. March 1, 1866; resides Chi- 
cago, 111.; engaged in railroad work; m., June 8, 1889, 
Hermine Beaty. 



264 PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 

(9) Two boys. 

(8) Alida Myers; lu. Frank Gager. 
(9) Daughter. 

* * * * * 

(7) Samuel Adams Pinkham, b. Augusta, Me., Oct. IG, 1835; 
tl. Jan. IS, 1900. "A hard-working, industrious man." M. 
Hepsibeth Folger, b. Sidney. Me., Oct. 26, 1832; d. June 19, 
1891; her mother was Mary Pinkham. 
(8) Julia Ann Folger, b. Augusta. Me.. March 30, 1862. 
(8) William Folger, b. Augusta, Me., June, 1864; went West; 
last heard of in Los Angeles, Cal. 

(7) Martha B. Pinkham, b. Feb. 19, 1S37; d. May 18, 1842. 



APPENDIX. 



RECOKUS RECEIVED AFTER BOOK WAS PRINTED. 

(7) Charles Hubert Pinkham, b. Port Huron, Mich., March 17, 
1844; res. Abilene, Kan.; dry goods merchant; res. Peoria, 
HI., 1S6G-1870; Rock Bluff, Neb., 1870-1874; South Bend, Neb., 
1874-1882; Lincoln, Neb., 1882-1889; Abilene, Kan., 1889 to 
present time; m. (1), May 31, 1867, Luella White, b. Peoria, 
111.; graduated at high school there; dan. of Edward White 
and Sarah J. Lezell; in. (2), Feb. 14, 1874, Helen Clair Cooley, 
b. Kalamazoo, Mich., Sept. 27, 1856; graduated from Peru 
(Neb.) Normal School; daughter of Griffith Cooley and Julia 
Lilly. 
Child of the first marriage: 

(8) Charles Almon Pinkham, b. Peoria, 111., Jan. 30, 1868; res. 
Holly, Col.; hardware, harness and implement dealer; has 
lived Lincoln, Neb., Abilene, Kan., and Springfield, Neb.; m., 
Aug. 10, 1887, Alice May Hite, b. Ottawa, 111., July 29, 1871; 
dan. of David Hite and Mary Ann Cruger. 
(9) Luella Pearle Pinkham, b. Sept. 3, 1888; m., June 27, 

1907, Clarence Edgar Merwin. 
(9) Frances Adrienne Pinkham, b. Feb. 12, 1891. 
(9) Wm. Courtney Pinkham, b. July 6, 1893; d. Feb. 14, 1894. 
(9) Glenn Ellis Pinkham, b. Feb. 21, 1896. 
Children of second marriage: 
(8) John Pinkham, b. South Bend., Neb., July 16, 1875; d. Nov. 

8, 1900; graduated from Abilene (Kan.) schools. 
(8) James Patterson Pinkham, b. South Bend, Neb., Oct. 8, 
1877; res. Hartman, Col.; manufacturer; studied in Abilene 
(Kan.) schools; taught school at Cedar Creek, Neb.; enlisted 
at Lincoln, Neb., in the 3d Nebraska Volunteer Infantry, Co. 
A (Wm. J. Bryan's regiment); served about a year in the 
southern states and in Cuba; mustered out at Lincoln, Neb.; 
then had charge of Beatrice Creamery Co. at Marple, Neb., 
and Wallace, Neb.; to Holly, Neb., in 1901 in the grain and 
feed business; to Amity, Col., in the same business in 1902; 
in May, 1906, leased an elevator at Granada, Col., conducting 
the two lines of work; Nov., 1906, to Hartman, Col., and built 
the first elevator and store there; the homestead there has 
been plotted into town lots and the town is growing rapidly; 
m., Sept. 19, 1900, Vira J. Atkins, b. Ladora, Iowa, Dec. 2, 
1881; studied in the schools of Box Butte, Neb.; daughter of 
Mahlon D. Atkin and Anna B. Randolph, who res. Holly, Neb. 
(9) Roy E. Pinkham, b. Wallace, Neb., Sept. 9, 1901. 
(9) James P. Pinkham, Jr., b. Holly, Col., July 27, 1904. 
(8) Frank Pinkham, b. South Bend, Neb., January 8, 1879; 
firm of Charles H. Pinkham & Son, Abilene, Kan. 



266 APPENDIX. 

(8) Hubertine Pinkham, b. Lincoln, Neb., March 17, 1888; study- 
ing in schools of Abilene, Kan. 

****** 

(See page 204.) 

(6) Daniel Pinkham, h. Boothbay, Me., June 12, 1817; d. May 16, 
1896; always res. at Boothbay, Me.; followed the sea; m., Dec. 
9, 1840, Lucretia Roberts, b. Westport, Me., March 31, 1822; d. 
Nov. 21, 1896; dau. of John Roberts and Abigail Duntou; these 
parents res. in Maine towns, Portland, Westport, Edgecomb, 
Boothbay. 

(7) Hattie Eliza Pinkham, b. Sept. 12, 1841; d. June 1, 1878; 
lived Boothbay and W. Boothbay Harbor, Me.; m., Sept. 9, 1860, 
George Washington Reed; no ch. 
(7) Stephen Hodgdon Pinkham, b. Dec. 11, 1842; d. Dec. 23, 1870; 
m., Jan. 10, 1869, Lizzie A. Campbell. 

(8) Frank Leslie Pinkham, b. April 3, 1870; spent 17 years of 
his earlier life near Georgetown, Prince Edward's Island, on 
the farm of his grandfather, Roderick Campbell; then entered 
the employ of the National Tube Works Company of ^cKees- 
port. Pa., with which company, its subdivisions and succes- 
soi's, he has been permanently connected for the past twenty 
years, having held the following positions: Chief of Cost De- 
partment, McKeesport, Pa.; chief clerk U. S. Seamless Tube 
Works, Christy Park, Pa.; chief accountant National Tube 
Company, Pittsburg, Pa.; chief clerk of Westemi Tube Com- 
pany, Kewanee, 111., where he is now employed; m., Dec. 23, 
1891, Lillie S. Hitchens of McKeesport, Pa., the daughter of 
English parents. Richard Hitchens and Mary A., being natives 
of Cornwall, England. Mr. Pinkham is a Free Mason and a 
director of the Y. M. C. A., Kewanee, 111. 

(9) Helen Ruth Pinkham, b. Oct. 29, 1893; student in Kewanee 
(111.) High School. 
(7) Abbie Ellen Pinkham, b. Aug. 13, 1847; m., March 3, 1867, 
James Wesley Reed, b. at Boothbay, Me., July 19, 1840; d. Nov. 
3, 1902. 

(8) Fredson C. Reed, b. June 14. 1869; he and his brother-in-law 
operate a lumber and feed mill at Grantham, N. H.; m., Jan. 2, 
1893, Lena F. Buswell of Grantham, N. H. 
(9) Twin daughters, Bernice and Beatrice, b. Aug. 19, 1903. 
(8) Hattie J. Reed, b. Feb. 25, 1871; m., Oct. 11, 1893, James 
S. Adams of Boothbay, Me. 
(9) J. Carlton Adams, b. July 15, 1898. 
(9) Dorris C. Adams, b. May 21, 1902. 
(8) Annie Mabel Reed. b. April 9, 1873; m., Nov. 22, 1893, Jo- 
seph T. Blake of Boothbay, Me. 
(9) Velma C. Blake, b. Sept. 6, 1894. 
(9) Morris R. Blake, b. Feb. 1, 1896. 
(9) Leroy F. Blake, b. April 20, 1899. 
(9) Irving E. Blake, b. June 28, 1901. 
(9) Ethel E. Blake, b. Dec. 17, 1903. 
(9) Kenneth J. Blake, b. May 23, 1905. 
(9) Hilda L. Blake, b. Feb. 28, 1907. 
(8) Morris B. Reed. b. July 26, 1875; d. June 12, 1890. 
(8) Genie A. Reed, b. Oct. 3, 1878; d. Oct. 27, 1878. 



APPENDIX. 267 

(8) Daniel C. Reed, b. June 13, 1881; carpenter in Boston, 
Mass.; m. Hilda M. Wilson, who d. Aug. 18, 1906. 
(9) Vera Wesley Reed, b. Oct. 19, 1903. 
(8) Clara A. Reed, b. Dec. 10, 1883; m., Dec. 9, 1906, Merrill L. 
Greenleaf and res. Skowhegan, Me. 
(9) E. Melbume Greenleaf, b. Aug. 2, 1907. 
(7) Fernando Lewis Pinkham, b. Aug. 14, 1853; res. Trevett, 
Me.; m., Jan. 18, 1874, Josephine Decker. 

Children: 

(8) Howard, Stephen H., Alden, Merrill. 
(7) Clara Evaline Pinkham, b. Sept. 19, 1860; res. Boothbay, 
Me.; studied in Boothbay High School; m., Jan. 11, 1880, Edson 
Cleveland Giles, b. Jan. 3, 1858; studied in Boothbay schools; 
farmer and proprietor of a grocery store; a Free Mason and 
Knight of Pythias; son of Benjamin P. Giles and Mary Merry. 
(8) Cleveland Edson Giles, b. Jan. 28, 1881; graduated from 
Farmington (Me.) Normal School June, 1901; has taught in 
Maine towns, Boothbay, Lubec, Bristol and Oldtown; is now in 
the employ of the First National Bank, Bangor, Me.; Free 
Mason. 
(8) Mattie Giles, b. July 14, 1882; d. July 21, 1882. 
(8) Arthur Blake Giles, b. July 12, 1883; studied in Boothbay 
(Me.) schools; grocery clerk at Boothbay Harbor, Me.; m., 
Nov. 28, 1906, Florence Battege of Damariscotta, Me. Mr. 
Giles is a Knight of Pythias. 
(8) Wesley Reed Giles, b. May 14, 1885; studied in Boothbay 
(Me.) schools; carpenter; m., July 15, 1907, Jennie Wylie of 
Boothbay, Me. 
(8) Ralph Pinkham Giles, b. Dec. 13, 1889; clerk in a gi'ocery 

store, Boston, Mass., Haskell & Adams, 5 Commercial St. 
(7) Ralph Elmer Pinkham, b. July 24, 1865; d. Baltimore, Md.; 
engineer on a steamer; m., Dec. 9, 1885, Josephine McFarlan^ 
of Bristol, Me. 
(8) Roy Pinkham, b. April 17, 1887; machinist at Bath (Me.) 

Iron Works. 
(8) Flossie Pinkham, b. April 22, 1890; res. Bristol, Me.; m., 

Dec. 25, 1906, Edward Clifford of Bristol, Me. 
(8) Clarence Pinkham, b. Aug. 26, 1892. 

Page 41: (9) Sarah Elizabeth Pinkham. married Clarence 
Strope and resides Plymouth, Mass. 

^ :j: H: ^ ^ • 

Page 70: (9) Medora Pinkham; m. (1), Sept. 12, 1867, Robert 
Alfonzo Woodbury, b. Webster, Me., March 1, 1848; shoemaker; 
son of Edward Stoddard Woodbury and Afflah Anderson; m. (2), 
L. B. King. (10) Daughter; m., June 27, 1894, Wilson Parker 
Crafts, b. Auburn, Me., Feb. 22, 1871; shoemaker; sou of Adoniram 
B. Crafts; res. 15 Wilmington St., Boston, Mass. 

Page 50: Catherine Jenks Pinkham. Son, Franklin Pinkham 
Blagden, b. Barnstable (Hyannis Village), Mass., June 24, 1864; 
has resided Quincy, Mass., since 1902; studied in Hyannis (Mass.) 
public schools; locomotive engineer. Old Colony Division of the N. 



268 APPENDIX. 

Y., N. H. & H. R. Railway; m., July 1, 1894, Emma Francis Ho- 
bart, b. Braintree, Mass., Feb. 17, 1874; studied in Quincy (Mass.) 
schools; daughter of Winslow Hobart and Harriet Arvilla Cook; 
the father of Quincy, Mass., and the mother of Braintree, Mass.; 

no ch. 

* * * * * 

Page 221: The wife of Daniel P. Copp was the widow of 

Thomas Brewster. 

* * * * * 

Page 221: Mrs. Hannah Jane (Copp) Wiley d. June 7, 1907. 
***** 

Page 221: Elizabeth C. Copp, b. Feb. 1833. William F. Copp, 
b. Dec. 17, 1838; d. in the Union Army Feb., 1862; enlisted, 1861, 
Co. K, 5th Maine Regiment. Randall P. Copp, b. Feb. 22, 1842; m. 
Jane Montgomery of Richmond, Pa. 



Page 42: Childi-en of the first marriage of Janvrin Fisher Pink- 
ham (name of the w^ife not given): John died in Civil War; m. 
Mary Harding; no ch. Wm. W. enlisted in Co. F., 10th N. H. Vol- 
unteers at Manchester, N. H., June 11, 1863; honorably dis- 
charged; d. not long after at Point of Rocks, Virginia. Nathaniel 
Pinkham, newspaper correspondent in Civil War. Hannah Pink- 
ham m. Mr. Cole of Portsmouth, N. H.; son, Frederick Cole. 



Page 155: (8) Bertha Theresa (not Thomas) Pinkham; ad- 
dress University Station, Los Angeles, Cal.; res. Paoli, Ind., 1877- 
1879; Richmond, Ind., 1879-1884; Spiceland, Ind., 1884-1887; 
Lynn, Mass., 1887-1891; Portland, Me., 1891-1893; Woonsocket, 
R. I., 1893-1899; Cleveland, Ohio, 1899-1907; Los Angeles, Cal., 
since 1907; graduated from Lynn (Mass.) grammar school 
1891; from Friends' Boarding School, Providence, R. I., 
1896; studied in Brown University, 1898 and 1899; Friends' 
Bible Institute and Training School, 1901; taught in the 
Friends' Bible Institute and Training School, Cleveland, 
Ohio, 1899-1901; and 1906 and 1907 taught in the Training School 
for Christian Workers, Los Angeles. Cal., 1903 and 1904 ; m., June 
23, 1904, Rev. William Tyler Dixon, b. Snow Camp, North Caro- 
lina, June 23, 1879; children: (9) Wendell Pinkham Dixon, b. 
July 26, 1906; (9) Gertrude Pinkham Dixon, b. January 29, 1908. 



Page 48: Under Samuel Pinkham read Laura Murch and Wm. 
Murch, instead of March — the name there given. The wife of 
Wm. Murch was Jane Huff. 



Page 109: 2d line from top; child was born 1865 and d. 1868, 



Page 113: The wife of Thomas Albion Pinkham (8) was Aus- 
tress Bosworth — not Austria Bosworth. 



APPENDIX. 269 

Page 178: 14th line from the bottom, read Mary C. Pinkham 
for Mary C. Adams. 

^ ;f: ^ :!{ ;{; 

Page 188: Chirence E. Marr, b. May 12, 1847; his father was 
Jarvel Man*, not James Marr. 



Note. — The author of this book hoped to place in this appendix 
records of the Pinkham family in England, with their coat-of- 
arms. But these have not been received in the form and clearness 
desired. They will be sought for at once and results given to 
members of the family who wish them. 

The author has also on hand some records of Pinkhams who 
could not trace their line to ancestor Richai'd of Dover, N. H. 
These will be completed as soon as possible. 



INDEX TO PINKHAM GENEALOGY. 



Aai-on 34, 36, 56 

Abbie 75, 177, 193 

Abbie A 30 

Abbie Augusta 49 

Abbie B 195 

Abbie Ellen 266 

Abbie M 32 

Abigail 23, 38, 50, 57, 147, 151 

175, 176, 206 

Abigail Farr 164 

Abigail Sargent 49 

Abner 142 

Abraham 57 

Abraliam E 60 

Ada 17, 18 

Ada Christine 118 

Ada Frances 46, 160 

Ada Janette 102 

Ada L 17 

Ada M 32 

Adelaide Eliza 263 

Adia Etta 215 

Addie H 26 

Adelia E 263 

Adelia Maria 248 

Adeline 248 

Adeline Florence 35 

Adeline M 142 

Adoniram Judson 141 

Adrianna 63 

Agatha A 101 

Agazine 75 

Alanson L 195 

Albert 33, 41, 62, 156, 209 

Albert B 198 

Albert Day, Professor 226 

Albert E 192 

Albert G 165 

Albert H 58 

Albert Monroe 32 

Albert S 193, 199 

Albert Smith 197 

Albert T 59 

Albert Wallace. . ^ 157 

Albion 147, 202 

Alden, Captain 202 

Alden S 167 

Alexander 19, 213 

Alexander B 50 

Alfred 38, 171, 177, 255 

Alfred C. H., Captain 180 

Alfreda 19 

Alfred F 17 

Alfred H 180, 203 

Alfred K 153 

Alfred Rice 255 

Alfred Tennyson 262 

Alice 19, 213 



Pages. 

Alice B 59, 161 

Alice Ethel 161 

Alice Hunt 242 

Alice Jane 113 

Alice Lord 246 

Alice M 108 

Alice May 262 

Alice P 194 

Allen 203, 259 

Allen a 261, 262 

Allen Howard 63 

Allen Wing and family 117, 118 

Almeda 193 

Almira 18, 34, 109 

Almon Nicliols 114 

Alonzo 34, 121 

Alonzo C 147 

Alphonso 30 

Alvan, Dr 143 

Alveda 74 

Alvan Henry 144 

Amanda 160 

Amaziah 19 

Amaziah W 18 

Ambrose 19 

Amelia 90 

Amos 21, 22, 259 

Amy 67, 100, 102 

Amy Stone 198 

Amy Woodworth 110 

Andrew 65, 111, 120, 171, 255 

Andrew Lewis 195 

Anita 198 

Ann 106, 218 

Anna 50, 61, 238 

Anna Crawford 34 

Anna Laura 162 

Anna Lydia 244 

Anna Maria 167, 242 

Anna Martha 215 

Anna Mary 153 

Anne 18, 24, 63 

Annie B 108 

Annie E 33 

Annie Ida 36 

Annie Lilla 30 

Annie M 91 

Annie Mae 242 

Annie May 10 

Annie Mary 255 

Annie W 90 

Anson L 196 

Antoinette 91 

Apphia 171 

Ara Adna 48 

Arabella 34 

Archibald H 157 

Arietta 203 



272 



INDEX. 



Pages. 

Aroline Chase 236 

Arthur 27, 139 

Arthur B 3."), 227 

Arthur Edward 155 

Arthur J^ 175 

Arthur Leon 30 

Arthur Leon Lewis 32 

Arthur S .- 50 

Arthur Wellington 235, 236 

Asa « 19 

Augusta 40, 202 

Augusta 1 248 

Augustus 205 

Aulenah B 107 

Austin Mackle 48 

Austin Marston 48 

Avesta 199 

Avis A 192, 193 

Avis Folger 50 

Barnabas 50 

Barney Hall 16 

Basmouth 75 

Beatrice 32 

Belinda 17, 62, 202, 253 

Benjamin 16, 17, 22, 33, 34, 50 

173, 175, 202 
Benjamin, of Boothbay, Me. .170, 210 

Benjamin, .Tr 170 

Benjamin, Captain 174, 175 

Benjamin Browne 243 

Benjamin E., Captain 175 

Benjamin Franklin 189, 190 

249. 250 

Benjamin Randall 222 

Benjamin W 249 

Benjamin Wells 251 

Bernard Orville 109 

Bertha 58. 110 

Bertha There.sa 155 

Bertrand M 29 

Bessie M 32. 34 

Bessie Marion 242 

Betsv 18, 171, 191, 220. 221 

Betsy H 28 

Beulah 63 

Beulah F 16 

Beulah S 

Blanche L 147 

Burlev Spencer 138 

Burt Leslie 29 

Byron 227, 258 

Calvin 171, 201 

Caroline 202, 213, 237, 258 

Caroline Alice 246 

Caroline Huldah 154 

Caroline M 37 

Carrie Edith 34 

Carrie F 201 

Carrie Gertrude 32 

Carrie Howard 90 

C. Arthur 119 

Catherine. . .19, 47, 75, 86, 167, 171 

Catherine .lenks 50, 267 

Charles 16, 33, 34, 61, 101. 146 

165, 199, 203. 260 

Charles A 26, 209 

Charles Almon 33, 265 



Pages. 

Charles Alton 157 

Charles A. M 197 

Charles Bradley, Dr 258 

Charles Brooks. 142 

Charles Coffin 162 

Charles Davis 47 

Charles E 192 

Charles Edward 205 

Charles Elliott, Dr 257 

Charles Fisher 181 

Charles Forsaith 145 

Charles Frank 80 

Charles Franklin 144 

Charles (iardner 261 

Charles Ciles 208 

Charles H 199 

Charles Hacker ..231, 235, 238, 240 

Charles Hacker, Jr 236 

Charles Hartwell 261 

Charles Henry 166, 199, 242 

Charles Herbert 155 

Charles Herman 33 

Charles Holden 47 

Charles Hubert 33, 265 

Charles Hubbard 61 

Charles Irving 251 

Charles .Tordan 29 

Charles .Toseph 119 

Charles L 63 

Charles Melvin 118 

Charles INIicajah 101 

Charles N 262 

Charles R 27 

Charles S 205 

Charles Sumner 261 

Charles T 116 

Charles V 118. 206 

Charles W 34 

Charles Walter 47 

Charles Warren 43 

Charles Wintford 139 

Charles Wvnford 138 

Charlie 63 

Charlie E 187 

Charlie Francis. 61 

Charlotte 205, 209 

Charlotte A 193 

Charlotte Frances 246 

Charlotte .Tenks 161 

Charlotte Maria 237 

Charlotte W 161 

Chester 199 

Chester W 62, 63 

Christine 237 

Christopher 57 

Clara 146 

Clara Alzina 251 

Clara Augusta 55 

Clara E 39, 204 

Clara Ella 71, 188 

Clara Estelle 226 

Clara Evaline 267 

Clara II 115 

Clara .lane 143 

Clarence 142, 267 

Clarence Eaton 34 

Clarence Irving .39, 202 

Clarkson 161 

Clarkson Edward 160 



INDEX. 



278 



Pages. 

Clement P 204 

Clementine A 262 

Clementine B 262 

Clififoi-d F 48 

Coffin 50 

Conrad 46 

Cora Addle 17, 205 

Cora Belle 28, 48 

Cora Edith 160 

Cora Ethel 251 

Cordelia C 196 

Cornelia 

Cornelia Ann 162 

Cornelia Frost 166 

Curtis K 48 

Cynthia 136, 146, 176, 201 

Cynthia J. and family 199, 200 

Cyrus Frank 224 

Daniel 34, 50, 190, 193, 204, 228 

220, 230, 266 

Daniel, Rev 217, 218 

Daniel B 186 

Daniel Bean 18 

Daniel Chesley 223 

Daniel Roger 224 

Daniel Rogers 236 

Daniel S 74 

Daniel Wadsworth and family . . . 112 

Daniel William 224 

Darius 213 

Darius Obed 144 

David 56, 193, 199 

David. Captain 205 

David Adams 177 

David Almon 105 

David H 106 

David Noble 72 

David W 62, 75, 200 

Deborah 23, 45, 47, 50, 52, 201 

Delia 19 

Dennis 61 

DeOrville 37 

Diana 83, 96 

Dodavah 249 

Dolly 17 

Dora 144 

Dorothy 81 

Dorothy Elliott 107 

Dorothy H. and family 73, 74 

Dorothy Haley 224 

Dorothy 1 193 

Drusilla 225 

Earle E 201 

Earle Marr 188 

Earl Shaw 256 

Eben 75 

Eben A 18 

Eben Lewis 137 

Ebenezer. .19, 22, 45, 65, 68, 69, 101 

136. 148 

Ebenezer of Harpswell, Me.. . .64, 170 

Ebenezer Franklin 137, 138 

Edgar E 256 

Edith Elizabeth 47 

Edith G 118 

Edith Maria 158 

Edith Marian 159 

18 



Pages. 

Edith Ober 248 

Edith Pearl 29 

Edith Virginia 248 

Edmund C 17 

Edna Louise 198 

Edna Myrtle 216 

Edward 25, 34 

Edward Albert 49, 156 

Edward C 45, 62 

Edward Everett 40, 187, 200 

248, 261 

Edward H 202 

Edward Hale 42 

Edward Henry 39 

Edward J 39 

Edward L 

Edward M 19 

Edward Oscar 63 

Edward T 39 

Edward Vincent 246 

Edward W 167, 200 

Edwin 187, 205 

Edwin D 185 

Edwin H 248 

Effie 192 

Effie M 180 

Egbert 41 

Elbrldge 199 

Elbridge G. and family 79-80 

Elbrldge G., Jr 80 

Elisha 57, 206 

Elijah.. 29, 30, 31, 66, 105, 149-151 
165, 166 

Elijah, .Tr 

Elijah A 106 

Elijah Jackson, Captain 110 

Eliza 34, 184, 203, 213 

Eliza A 18, 75 

Eliza Amelia 138 

Eliza B 157 

Eliza Caroline 250 

Eliza Emma 187 

Elizabeth. .21, 25, 34, 38, 40, 41, 43 
61, 171, 213, 228, 225, 227 

Elizabeth A 203 

Elizabeth Adams 107 

Elizabeth Ann 24, 35 

Elizabeth Emily 253 

Elizabeth Low 246 

Ella Augusta 155 

Ella Flora 73, 75 

Ella M 26 

Ella Maria 143 

Ellen 17 

Ellen Aldrich 74 

Ellen Prances 37, 62 

Ellen Maud 47 

Eleanor Marian 107 

Ellis G 50 

Elmer E 91 

Elmer H 17 

Elmer J 59 

Ellsworth E 27 

Elsie B 236 

Elsie Margaret 108 

Elsie V 198 

Elvira 171 

Elvira Jane 48 

Elzada 204 



274 



INDEX. 



Pages. 

Emellne 

Emeline P 142 

Emery 

Emery S 180 

Emily 17, 14.3, 205 

Emily A 

Emily Esther 159 

Emilv M 36 

Emily R 175 

Emily S 224 

Emma Aubine 157 

Emma Elizabeth 147 

Emmaette F 187 

Emma .Tane 62, 216 

Emma Josephine 248 

Emma Mabel 117 

Emmett C 198 

Enoch 16, 28, 33, 38 

Enoch Lorenzo 35 

Ephraim 187, 241 

Erastus Edwin 160, 162 

Erie, Underwood 180 

Erie W 

Erie Eugene 72 

Erie F 47 

Erie L 92 

Erie Orville 72 

Erie P 32 

Esther 119, 199, 204 

Esther S 29. 138 

Etta 113 

Etta H. 54 

Ethel 46, 195 

Ethel C 107 

Ethel E 261 

Ethel M 115, 175 

Ethel Marie 115 

Eugene 39, 158 

Eugene A 61, 180 

Eunice 18, 56, 71, 193, 213 

Eunice W Ill 

Eva Frances 201 

Evaline 147 

Evelvn 245 

Evelyn A 198 

Everett E 91 

Everett Newton 114 

Everett V 248 

Ezekiel R 28 

Ezra Oscar 36 

Fannie 199 

Fannie B 250 

Fannie Francena 200 

Fanny 202 

Fernando 30 

Fernando Lewis 267 

Flavilla Ada 144 

Flora B 250 

Florence 19, 34 

Florence E 91 

Florence L 248 

Flossie 267 

Frances 28 

Frances A 265 

Frances E 161, 167 

Frances Ellen 231 

Frances Ethel 167 

Frances Hazel 187 



Pages. 

Frances Loring 47 

Francis C 138, 208 

Francis John 

Francis Joseph 137 

Francis O. J 27 

Frank and family 147 

Frank .34, 138. 165, 199, 205 

265 

Frank Bennie 251 

Frank H 32 

Frank L 47 

Frank, Leslie 105, 266 

Frank M 115 

Frank W 250 

Franklin 203 

Franklin B 106 

Franklin L 180 

Fred 227, 242 

Fred C 35 

Fred Dana 189 

Fred Eugene 144 

Fred S 142 

Frederic 203 

Frederic N 106 

Frederic S 148 

Frederick 19, 63 

Frederick Arthur 34 

Frederick B. C 50 

Frederick N 138 

Frederick P 142 

Frederick Seymore 146 

Freeman 202 

B^urber 81 

Gamaliel K 46 

Gardiner G 187 

George. .18. 34, 63, 90, 199, 203, 213 
214, 258 

George A 28 

George Albert 250 

George B 60, 161 

George Byron 262 

George Chamberlain 253 

George Ela 241 

George F 58, 241 

(reorge Fox 160 

George Francis 251 

George Freeman 55 

George Grafton 55 

George H 37, 47, 142, 216, 253 

George Hanson 138 

George Hayes, Rev 225. 226 

George Henry 37, 47 

George Howard. Captain 55 

George Lendall 79 

George Lewis 106 

George Meserve 228 

George Roswell 35 

George Sampson 166 

George Thomas 63 

George W . . 26. 33. 90, 165, 180, 198 

George W., Captain 205 

George Woodbury 253 

Georgia 253 

Georgia Irene 160 

Georgianna 18, 80, 108, 237 

Georgianna M 166 

Gertie 27 

Gertrude 27, 195 



INDEX. 



275 



Pages. 

Gertrude H 155 

Gilbert 17 

Gilbert Charles 154 

Gilbert Lotey 154 

Gilbert Lotey, Hon 155 

Gladys 188 

Gladys Vera 139 

Gladys Viola 147, 216 

Gleason W 18 

Glenn E 2G5 

Gordon Blake and family 139 

Grace 113, 209, 243 

Grace Allen 147 

Grace Edith 144 

Grace Ellen 43 

Grace Elizabeth 144 

Grace Emeline 245 

Grace G 36 

Grace Linda 34, 35 

Grace M 165 

Grace Withington 248 

Grafton Gardner 55 

Grafton R 55 

Guilford 18 

Hannah 18, 23, 41, 42, 111, 171, 194 
205, 245, 259 

Hannah A 46 

Hannah Asenath 59 

Hannah Davis 35 

Hannah Eliza 74 

Hannah Elizabeth 41 

Hannah F 244 

Hannah R 38 

Hanson 136 

Harriet 152, 223, 245 

Harriet A 48 

Harriet Ann 142 

Harriet E 202 

Harriet F 28, 62 

Harriet H 193 

Harold 188 

Harold L 48 

Harris E 17 

Harry 143 

Harry Davis 165 

Harry Elmer 250 

Harry Talpey 250 

Hattie A 106, 226 

Hattie Eliza 266 

Hattie Grace 32 

Hattie R 116 

Hayes 213 

Helen 32, 34, 258 

Helen Antoinette 225 

Helen C 225 

Helen Frances < 41 

Helen Franklin 144 

Helen Gertrude 161 

Helen Lillie 63 

Helena 61 

Helen Louise 246 

Helen Neal 107 

Helen Ruth 266 

Henry 16, 34 

Henry Almonte 145 

Henry Gray 254 

Henry K 166 

Henry Leland 178 



Pages. 

Henry Liston 115 

Henry M 35 

Henry Morris 49, 50 

Henry Morris. Jr 50 

Henry P 19 

Henry Palmer 145 

Henry Vincent 247 

Henry W 262 

Henry Walter 165 

Herbert B 41 

Herbert Elwood 118 

Herbert Leslie 159 

Herbert Lewis 248 

Herbert Nathaniel 107 

Herbert Nathaniel, Jr 107 

Hepzibah 23 

Hepsibeth 57 

Herman S 138 

Hezekiah 63, 96 

Hila Maria 28 

Hiram 202 

Hiram B 16 

Hiram S 29 

Hollis 33 

Hollis C 33 

Hope Orpha 198 

Horace 27 

Horace Emersoil 242 

Horace Irving 241 

Horace W 208 

Horatio 146 

Horatio N 262 

Howard 155 

Howard A 180 

Howard C. and family 108 

Howard Dwight 248 

Howard Malcolm 55 

Howard W 17 

Hoyt A 193 

Hubert 188 

Hubertine 34 266 

Iluldah 62, 81, 136 

Tchabod 19, 170, 172, 173 

Ichabod, .Ir tl79 

Ida Angelica and family. . . .163, 164 

Ida F 108 

Ida Gertrude 157, 159 

Ida May 36, 71, 158 

Ida V. A 197 

Ira Francis 36 

Irena 16 

Isaac. 43, 167, 207, 208, 230, 231 

242, 255 

Isaac B., Captain, and family. .71, 72 

Isaac L 199 

Isaac W 19, 245 

Isaac Warren 157 

Isabel 35 

Isabella 50 

Isaiah 26, 56 

Isaiah. Rev 27 

Ishbosheth 181 

Issie J 29 

Israel 39, 115 

Ivory Orrin 216 

.Tacob B., Captain 108 

Jacob Burleigh, Captain 38 



276 



INDEX. 



Pages. 

James 21, 38, 39, 41. .j7, 113 

179, 199 

James Albert 24(i 

James Allen 6o 

James Doane 49 

James Edmonds 150 

James Edwin 41 

James Everett 17, 4(» 

James Low 240 

James M 180 

James I' 34, 26.1 

James P., Jr 26."> 

James Parnell 154 

James R 197 

James Koy 13S 

James W 18" 

James Warren 15S 

Jane 109, 137, 199, 253 

Janvrin Fisher 4'2 

Jason. Captain 180 

Jemima 56 

Jennie F , 190 

Jennie Gertrude 25<> 

Jennie Mildred lOS 

Jeremiali 24.S 

Jeremiali B. and family lOS 

Jeremiali II lis 

Jessie Eugene 19- 

Jessie M 118 

Jessie Maria 245 

Jethro 56 

Joanna 23 

John 15. 17, 19, 25. 33. 57. 70, 71 

73, 90. 115, 120. 156. 171, 173 

175, 191, 192, 209, 242, 265 

John, Captain 174 

John, Rev 30 

John, Jr 38 

John A 19:{ 

John B 29 

John Chapman 192 

John Coffin 45, 49 

John Davis 4"> 

John E 27 

John Elhridge 37 

John F 28 

John Franklin 158 

John Franklin and family .... 62, 63 

John IT 18, 175 

John Herbert 155 

.Tohn Howard 201 

John Irvin 9T 

.Tohn Lanudon 25."! 

John Leslie 150 

John S 193 

John T 19 

John W 199, 209 

.John Warren 160 

Jonathan. . .42, 44, 57, 203, 204, 241 

Jonathan Ballard 262 

Jonathan Chesley 257 

Jonathan L 38 

Jones "(• 

Jordan 18 

Joseph 22, 24, 31, 33, 58, 61, 90 
105, 139, 173, 207, 200 

Joseph, Captain 101, li)2 

Joseph, Lt 211-227 



Pages. 

Joseph Deering 212 

Joseph F 17 

Joseph G 165, 167 

Joseph (lurney, Dr 167 

Joseph 1 101 

Jo.seph S 18, 116 

Joseph T 213 

Joseph W 167 

Joseph Warren, Dr 166 

Josephine 243 

.Tosiah 17, 19, 48 

•Tosiah, Jr 48 

Josiah Coffin 48 

Josiah Green 24 

Josiah Osborne 48 

Josiah Wesley 

Josie A 201 

Judith 171, 206 

.Tulia 17, 175 

Julia A 264 

Julia Delphina 165 

Julia Elsey 59 

Julia F 142, 143 

Julia Frances 243 

Julian 171 

J. Wesley 105 

I^ate B 27 

Katherine 66, 128 

Kate Louise 47 

ICate Stella 63 

Kenneth A 180 

Laroy 146 

Larov Alonzo and family 147 

Laura 18, 152, 187, 248 

Laura Haskell 107 

Laurana 56 

Lavinia 202, 213 

Lawrence A 248 

Leda Edwards 156 

Lemuel 113, 120 

Lendall 71 

Lenora 17, 202 

Leslie A 46 

Leslie S 91 

Lester 17 

Lester Eugene 91 

Lester Howard 108 

Lester Walter 91 

Levi L 252 

Levinia 38 

Lewis 19, 33, 75, 199 

Lewis F 195 

Lewis Hampden 162 

Lillian 55, 177 

Lindley M. H 165 

Lizzie Catherine 61 

Lizzie Jones 156 

Lizzie Luella 145 

Lizzie Naomi 144 

Lloyd F 108 

Lois 41, 42 

Lorana 151 

Lorenzo 160 

Lorenzo Frank 161 

Lorinda 18 

Lottie May 91 

Louisa 18, 75, 160, 171 



INDEX. 



277 



Pages. 

Louisa Naomi 143 

Louisa S -6 

Louis Hampden 33, 162 

Lucetta 43 

Lucetta M 29 

Lucinda 17. 152 

Lucinda G 58 

Lucretia Ann H 91 

Lucretia Jordan 29 

Luella P 265 

Luella T 202 

Lucy 83, 90, 181 

Lucy A 50, 143 

Lueila Ann ; . 18, 82, 160 

Luella Emery 230 

Luella M 17 

Lulu A 262 

Lulu F 142 

Lulu M 106 

Luther 203, 241 

Luther D 204 

Lydia 38, 46, 171, 262 

Lydia A 35 

Lydia Ann 189, 245 

Lydia Bennett 72 

Lydia Frances 79 

Lydia Miranda 33 

Lyman W 209 

Mabel 110, 175 

Mabel Eva 108 

Mabel H 35 

Mabel L 159 

Mabel P 188 

Mabelle D 54 

Madison 198 

Marcela M 178 

Marcial 121 

Marcla Emma Gordon and fam- 
ily. : 214, 215 

Margaret. . .16, 18, 56, 74, 14, 171 
185, 206 

Margaret Dillingham 72 

Margaret E 175 

Margaret H 177 

Margaret J 202 

Margaret M 75 

Margaret Maria 75 

Margaret W 18 

Mahala A 28 

Malvina 58 

Manson 203 

Maria E 60 

Maria Ann 242 

Marjorie 242 

Mar jorie E 138 

Marshall '. 202 

Martha 16, 22. 63, 152, 175, 181, 191 
202, 207, 209, 222, 253 

Martha Ann 27 

Martha Antoinette 177 

Martha Augusta 185 

Martha B 264 

Martha Caroline 160 

Martha Cook 30 

Martha E 175 

Martha Elma 162 

Martha Evans 224 

Martha Grace 226 



Pages. 

Martha H 197 

Martha Jane 48, 136, 251, 253 

Martha Josephine 32 

Martha L 201 

Martha M 262 

Martha Phoebe 156 

Martha Sarah 28 

Martha Washington Jeuks 50 

Martha Wilson 50 

Martha Maria 58, 181 

Maria A 143 

Maria Ann 36 

Marian 243 

Marian Frances 236 

Marius Edward 153 

Mary.. 17, 18, 22, 33, 34. 41, 43, 45 
50, 57. 65. 91. 119, 152. 203 
205, 206, 224, 241. 253, 258, 262 

Mary A 19, 91, 106, 253 

?tlary Abby 55 

Mary Adeline 37 

Mary Alice 177 

Mary Amanda 160 

Mary Ann 25, 159, 174. 193, 237 

Mary Cornelia 154 

Mary Davis 115 

Mary Dorothy 251 

Mary E. .19, 30, 46, 58, 114, 174, 253 

Mary Eliza 158 

Mary Elizabeth 31, 153, 162, 188, 206 

Mary Emily 54 

Mary Emmons . 223 

Mary F 27, 171, 256 

Mary Haskell 88 

Mary Helen 246 

Mary Ina 101 

Mary .lane 178. 189, 213, 257 

.lary Josephine 137 

Mary Kathevine 167 

Marv Kemp 72 

Mary L 96 

Mary Lillian 161 

Mary M 

Mary Randall 199 

^Nfarv Rienza 74 

Mary Susan 226 

Mary W 38, 201 

^lary Wells 251 

Marv Tillinghast 257 

Matthew 48, 49 

Matilda 56, 202 

Matilda Mercy 56 

Maud 34 

Medora 70, 267 

Melissa A 28 

Melvin B ' 200 

Melvin S 199 

Melvina B 205 

Melinda 251 

Melissa 29 

Mercy 19. 33, 11. 175, 190, 207 

Mercy Abigail 177 

Mercv K 47 

Merritt P 188 

Meta 242 

Micah 96 

Mica jah 88, 101 

Mildred 48 

Mina 203 



278 



INDEX. 



Pages. 

Mina C. F 17 

Minnie F 14l' 

Miriam Elizabeth 2H 

Moses 10- 

Moses S 11". 

Moses W 111^ 

Myrtle C IK". 



Nahum 

Nahum Merrill 

Nancy 193, 

Nancy M 

Nancy W 19, 

Naomi 

Naomy 

Narcissa 

Nathan 58, 62, 

Nathan Cook 

Nathan K 

Nathaniel 42, 50, 57. 65. 68. 92, 
lOG, 152, 170. 173, 191, 

Nathaniel. Captain 

Nathaniel J 

Nathaniel T 

Nathaniel W . 

Nellie 113, 115, 

Nellie Frances 

Netta 

Nettie 

Nettie M 

Nicholas 24, 38, 65, 111, 

Nicholas Alphonso 

Noah 117, 

Noah Fi-anklin 

Nora Belle 



10 
115 
2<is 
112 
190 
19:i 

IS 
121 
171 

30 
180 

90 
207 
181 

39 
185 

96 
257 

los 

IBS 
101 

41 
141 

24 
164 
165 
251 



Octavia 146, 203 

Olinda 4o 

Olive 199. 205, 207 

Olive Ann 25 

Oliver 18 

Olney T 113 

Ora Mabel 248 

Orlando C 142 

Orpha G 187 

Orrin C 190 

Orris C 193 

Orville S., Captain, and family. .100 

Osborne 175 

Osgood R 177 

Oshea 40 

Otis 21, 24, 25, 31 

Otis .T 30 

Ozias 203 

Ozro 187 

Parker 143 

Parnell 45, 47 

Patience 23, 66, 161 

Patience Ellen 115 

Patty 171 

Paul 24, 25, 51, 71 

Paul. .Tr 53 

Paul Clifford 71, 72 

Paul F 55 

Paul Giles 177 

Paul (Jiles, Captain 176 

Paul Gilman 178 

Paul Herman 54 



Pages. 

Paul .T 25 

Paul R 74 

Paul S 75 

Paul Stover 72 

I'aulia G 178 

Pearl 17, 193 

Peleg 50 

Percy J 115 

Peter Ebenezer 143 

Phoebe 30, 31. 33, 38, 50, 62, 66 
101, 111, 118, 148, 165 

Phoebe A 19 

Phoebe B 118 

Phoebe Ella 118 

Phoebe G . . .* 19 

Philip 72 

Prentiss 41 

Priscilla 18, 152 

Rachel 120 

Rachel J 116 

Rebeca 81, 204, 248 

Reuben 49, 51, 57, 61 

Reuben Mitchell 141 

Rhoda 25, 45, 171 

Ralph Douglass 165 

Ralph E 267 

Ralph E 46 

Ralph II 145 

Ralph M 161 

Ralph Sinnett 106 

Randall 203 

Raymond 26 

Raymon S .'195 

Reba M 216 

Ruel 62 

Richard (ancestor) 1-14, 15 

Richard (of Nantucket) 15, 44 

Richard 15. 19, 21, 22, 33, 45, 46 

Richard, .Tr 18 

Richard, Captain 74 

Richard Augustus 36 

Richard G 74 

Richard Gardner 49 

Richard Hampden 161 

Richard Harris 243 

Richard Henrv 167 

Richard Moott 159 

Richard T 18 

Richard W 18, 248 

Robert 19, 46, 48. 82 

Robert A 119 

Robert L 193 

Rodney O 195 

Rosanna 49 

Rosanna D 49 

Roscoe E 115 

Roscoe Waldstein 159 

Rose 21, 23, 24, 25 

Rose Tuttle 31 

Rosie Agnes 30 

Rosilda 17 

Roswell 193 

Roy 193, 267 

Roy E 265 

Rov Eugene 30 

Royden A 197 

Rufus 17, 177, 224 

Ruf us W 226 



INDEX. 



279 



Pages. 

Ruth 45, 96, 138 

Ruth V 192 

Ruthie L 105 

Ruth Sabrina 19 

Samuel.. 17, 24, 38, 48, 171, 198, 213 

Samuel Adams 264 

Samu£l Atwood 46 

Samuel Haynes 49 

Samuel M 115, 180 

Samuel Nelson 248 

Same H 73 

Sally 16, 69, 179, 191 

Sanford 114, 187 

Sanf ord L 

Sarah 16, 19, 21, 22, 24, 38, 40, 41 

43, 65, 85, 92, 111, 119, 122 

139, 146, 171, 178, 192. 205 

208. 224 

Sarah A 38, 49, 58 

Sarah Amelia 222 

Sarah Ann 201 

Sarah B 263 

Sarah Blair 107 

Sarah C 199 

Sarah Elizabeth 41 

Sarah Emeline 31 

Sarah Emily 206 

Sarah Felicia 154 

Sarah G 27 

Sarah J 203 

Sarah Jane 141 

Sarah Louise 248 

Sarah M 146 

Sarah Mabel 46 

Sarah Matilda 54 

Sarah R 249 

Sarah Sargent 49 

Sarah Sawver 181 

Sena Matilda 37 

Seth Henry 53, 54 

Seymour L 108 

Shubal 45, 5Ci 

Sidney 187 

Silas, Captain 54 

Silas G., Captain 54 

Simeon 259 

Simon 19 

Solomon 21, 22, 170, 192, 259 

Solomon, Jr 205 

Sophia I 160 

Sophia R 180 

Starr T. H 198 

Stephen.. 23, 66, 136, 146, 177. 241 

Stephen C 14G 

Stephen H 266 

Stanley H .' 254 

Stuart P 116 

Susan 17, 18 

Susan C 201 

Susan Ellen 107 

Susan .Teanette 82 

Susan M 110 

Susan Staples 35 

Susanna 18, 253 

Susie 17 

Susie Belle 71 

Thaddeus W 202 



Pages. 

Thankful 99 

Theodore 16, 248 

Theophilus 51, 56 

Thirza 182 

Thirza Low 248 

Thomas 18, 21, 22, 152, 153, 171 

193, 194, 202, 241, 246, 248, 259 

Thomas A 113 

Thomas C 157 

Thomas Edward 153 

Thomas Henry 144 

Thomas Jones 116 

Timothy 

Timothy H. and family 91 

Timothy Robinson 26 

Tobias 145, 148 

Tristram 15, 48 

Trustram 15, 18 

Trustram Samuel 18 

Tyler H 181 

Urcilla 41, 43 

Uriah 16 

Uriah L 215 

Valentine M 165 

Vander 215 

Vincent 246, 248 

Wadsworth H 202 

Wallace 255 

Wallace H 162 

Walter 27, 63 

Walter D. E 46 

Walter E 106 

Walter Fonlke 155 

Walter Franklin 159 

Walter Leland 

Walter S 144 

Walter Timothy and family 91 

Warren 19, 193, 217 

Warren, Captain 205 

Warren Melvin 245 

Watson C 25 

Welthy G 180 

Wells 251 

Wendell 182 

Wesley 202 

Weston 193 

Weston H 193 

Willabel 19, 89 

Wilden 186 

Willand 248 

Willard B 109, 171 

Willie 248 

William 16, 31, 58. 91, 137, 138, 171 

199, 201. 203. 215. 262 

William, Captain, and family. .68-71 

William, Jr 16 

William A 112 

William Absolom 138 

William C 265 

William Carlisle 177 

William Dwight 108 

William E 159 

William Elias 167 

William Emery 82 

William F 26, 27, 145 

William Farrington and family. .108 



280 



INDEX. 



Pages. 
William Fltz and family. .. .47, &c 

William Folger 264 

William Hart 36 

William Henry 2:{6, 251 

William Lewis 31 

William M 5.5, 181 

William Merrill 47 

William Ober 244 

William Penn, Rev 154, 155 

William Porter 143 



P.\GES. 

William Rice 257 

William Selden 215 

William W. A 199 

William Wallace 47 

Wilmar A 91, 158 

Wlnfred F 54 

Zacchariah 56 

Zelinda '. . 153 

Zoa 213, 216 



OTHER NAMES THAN PINKHAM. 



Pages. 

Abbott, Adalbert A. and familj' . . 130 

Emma 202 

Marshall 130 

William 202 

Achorn, Dr. Clinton Edwin 185 

Kendall L 186 

Lincoln L 185 

Randall L 185 

Adams, Albert H 69 

Betsey M 253 

Charles Daniel 69 

Daisev Rowena 69 

Daniel 69 

David 176, 177 

David 2d 176 

David E 176 

David R 178, 190 

Demarest 243 

Dorothy 243 

Mrs. Ella 49 

Emily 176 

Franklin 69 

Gardiner 243 

Georgia Alice 176 

Hannah T 253 

Hattie Marcia 183 

Hebron M 69 

Ida May 179 

James 178 

James Edward 178 

James T 69 

Jennie 29 

Captain John 205 

John Marshall 183 

Joseph 205 

Levi W 179 

Lucius B 179 

Margaret 69 

Margery 175 

Martha 176, 177 

Mary 176, 179 

Mercy Ann 176 

Olive F 178 

Paul Pinkham 178 

Percy Demajest 242 

Royal L 29 

Samuel 175 

Samuel Gardiner 242 

Sarah 176 

W. Irving 174 

William 69 

Zina H 178 

Aldrich. Martha 125 

Allen. Abigail 58, 66 

Elizabeth 80 

George E 164 

George H 87 

Hannah 147 



Pages. 

Allen, Henry M 147, 160 

Isabella 67 

Jeannette M 91 

Kate L 54 

Mabel E 164 

Mary L 80 

Mercy 22 

Stephen 119 

Theodore 88 

Thomas 147 

Walter E 164 

William 54 

Alexander, Ada Roseth 186 

Andrew J 103 

Claire Luella 183 

David 68 

Earl G 183 

Eli M. and family 87 

Captain Ezekiel 183 

George W 186 

Hannah 89 

Hattie Coral 183 

Ida Julia 103 

John 183 

Ames, Eliakim 58 

Flavins J 58 

Lena Estella 58 

Marshall 179 

Winnie 179 

Anda (Van) Jane 63 

Thomas 63 

Andrews, Elizabeth 174 

Loretta 30 

Philo 30 

Applebee, Joseph 66 

Arey, Irena 99 

Arey, Nelly 99 

Arkland, Charles .Tames and fam- 
ily 118 

John B 118 

Armstrong, Delagon W 137 

John W 137 

Arnold, Ambrose 72 

Elliott 72 

Jessie B 72 

Mary L 72 

Atkins, Vira J 265 

Austin, Albert H 58 

Benjamin 253 

Carrie May 58 

Charles W .253 

David 171 

Elizabeth 24 

Frank A 253 

Gideon 58 

Henrv Harrison 58 

Herbert S 58 

Joseph 24 



282 



INDEX. 



Pages. 

Austin, Nathaniel 64 

Robert o« 

Rose "^ 

Sarah, witli ancestry . .04, 6.5 

Thomas 64 

William Al)iel 58 

Ayers, Mary Eliza 16o 

Babbett. Abigail 189 

Bacon, Mrs. Mary -i ' 

Bailev. Addie Lizzie i--' 

Albert C 104 

Alfred C. and family ....... l-^4 

Alvah 126, 134 

Amial 1;-^ 

Amos i-« 

Amy "* 

Amy P lOp 

Anna M 1^^ 

Anna P " 12^ 

Annie 1^4 

Annie L l^v 

Blanche S ll;^, 

Catherine VaVi99 

Charles 103, l^s 

Charles H 128, 130 

Charles William 104 



Comfort ., ^„_ 

Eben C. and family l^J 

Ebenezer 12fi ; and family.. 

Edith M 103,' 134 

Ednah M 1^'J 

Ella M lO-T 

Elijah P •• -log 

Elwood Samuel and family. 13rf 

Elmer Ellsworth 10.5 

Emma E lO;* 

Eunice 1^4 

Eunice L Ig* 

Eva M 1^1 

Evaline A 105 

Flora N 1^0 

Florence 1|^;: 

Florence L 10.5 

Frank Amos 1^^ 

Frank Linwood lOg 

Fred Pennoyer lO-i 

George A V „■ ' ■,■ "}oa 

George Henry and family.. 130 

George W 12S 

Hannah and family. . . .132, 134 

Harry 126 

Helen S {oo 'I'^d 

Henry 132. 134 

Herbert W IO.j 

Ida M 104 

Isaac 13- 

Isaac N 10.^ 

Israel 128 

.Tacob 103 

.Tacob and family 67, 102 

.Tacob P 10.5 

.Tames F. and family 128 

Jeddediah H 130 

Jefferson 134 

.Tennie L. and family 120 

Jeremiah C 128 

John and family 101, 103 



Pages. 

Bailey, John H 129 

Joseph :y:\ ,00 

Joseph Henry and family. . . .i^rf 
Joseph N. P. J. P. R. J. M. 129 

Joseph P 1"2 

Joseph W 103 

Julia A 1^8 

Julia Crosby 1^9 

Julina lOf 

Lavinia H 104 

Leonard Lunt lOd 

Lovesta 13- 

Lucinda M 104 

Lydia 103 

Martha A 105 

Mary Elizabeth 91 

Mary Jane 104 

Mary L 103 

Matilda F 105 

Melissa 103 

AlOSGS ,..•••••••••••• AUo 

koses Alton and family 131 

Mary Etta ••Hn 

Naomi j-f']' 

Nathan C 129 

Nathaniel P 10^ 

Nicey Ellen I;f8 

Olive S '*> 

Phoebe 92, 103 

Phoebe Emma 104 

Ruth 86 

Samuel D. and family 130 

Sarah 104, 129 

Sarah H. and family. . .130, 132 

Sarah M 103 

Sarah W 103 

Sophronia log 

Simeon Estes 1^° 

Thankful • ■_. • 120 

Timothy 66, 12o, 131 

Timothy, Jr 1^° 

Victoria M 1^» 

Willard L 105 

William ;■ • W iH 

William Arthur and family. 133 

William H 133 

William P 10^ 

Baird. David 16^ 

David C 162 

John 162 

Lannes J :j^^- 

Baker. Nathan S 17o 

0\a 13X 

Sanford':: 202 

Sarah lot 

William and family 131 

Ball, Sally..... 205 

Ballard. Ephiaim ^60 

Hannah K ^60 

Jonathan 260 

Ballon. Louisa T 158 

Barker. Benjamin 189 

Benjamin Prescott isa 

Lucy R 231 

Prescott :J2^ 

Stephen 189 

Barlow. Ida May 19T 

Joel H 197 

Lucille B "" 



INDEX. 



283 



Pages. 

Barlow, Philemon P 7S 

Barrows, Bertha 197 

Barry, Darius 23fi 

Barteaux, Elizabeth 208 

Barter. Alzina 20;^ 

Elizabeth 171 

Joseph 171 

Joseph, Jr., and family 20.'> 

William 100, 202, 205 

William F 20X. 

Bartlett, Ada 100 

Angelica 100 

Ann M 100 

Ballard 100 

Edward P. and family 50 

Elinor 18:'. 

Elijah and family 100 

Frank Sargent 167 

Hannah Ann 108 

Jacob P 100 

Jennie S 100 

Jeremiah 100 

Thomas H. and family 100 

William 100 

Barton, Charles H 26 

Edwin A 26 

Frank F 26 

Fred W 26 

Bassett, Hannah 23() 

• William 230 

Batchelder, Annie M 246 

Charles 146 

Batelle. Susan 169 

Bates, Edward Ill 

Harry E. and family 132 

Harriet 210 

Lizzie 126 

Batte, Charles F 142 

Batty, John and family 30, 31 

Beal, Cora L 100 

John H 128 

lioren 90 

Nehemiah 96 

Sarah 15r> 

Beals, .Joshua and family 66 

Nancy Y ". 90 

Samuel Ill 

Thomas P 88 

Beaman. Walter S 32 

Willie L 32 

Bean, Carrie Jeannette 54 

Charles W 223 

Dora J 223 

Eben llfi 

Elzada 114 

Esther 116 

Beard, Lucy 143 

Beck, Christine 170 

Becker, Kathryn 167 

Beckwith, Silas 10(i 

Beede. Jonathan 151' 

Mary 15i' 

Bell, Sarah 180 

Bennett. Caroline A 247 

Isaac 71 

Nathaniel 71 

Ruth 88 

Sally T 71 

Susan 198 



Pages. 

Berry, Ada 166 

Bridget 241 

Harmon 84 

Bessie, Rosalie 257 

Ruth 257 

Bibber, Adelaide 88 

Alice L 88 

Amy 87 

Andrew J 103 

Annie 87 

Arcelia 87 

Arietta 74 

Asenath 86 

Bailey 86, 102 

Belinda 86 

Carrie 87, 90 

Charles and family 86 

Charles A '. 90 

Charles Alva 87 

Charles H 87, 88 

Charles J 87 

Clarinton N 86 

Captain David and family. . 87 

Debra Aldrich 86 

Delia Ann 87 

Dana 87, 90 

Eugene C 88 

Evelyn 88 

Ezilda S 86 

George C. and family 88 

Gertrude E 87, 90 

Grover C 87, 90 

Henry A 87, 90 

Harvey B 87 

Hinchman S 87 

Izetta M 87, 90 

Jacob B 102 

James 86 

James 88 

John P 87, 90 

Joseph B 86 

Julia A 88 

Katherine 87 

Lemuel 86, 87, 102 

Leoline 104 

Lucy Ellen 87 

Mary 86 

Mary E 88 

Mary Martina 

Melvin E 88 

Nathaniel P 86 

Nathaniel Palmer 86 

Nathaniel True 86 

Orlando M. and family 87 

Orlando S '. 87 

Rachel J 88 

Rosina 103 

Rotheus D 86 

Sarah 86 

Sophronia 103 

Sturgis G 86 

Susan 87 

Susie M 87 

Waitstill D 103 

William 102 

William Pote 102 

William Stockbridge 74 

Winifred A 87 

Bickford, Charles 126 



284 



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Pages. 

Bickfoirt, Mnry 171 

William 56 

Billings, Benjamin J 171 

Martha 27 

Birdenstine, Louise 119 

Bishop, Louisa 144 

Black, John G 194 

Blagdon, .James and family 50 

Franklin P 267 

Blair, Clarissa J 162 

Blake, Benjamin A 175 

Emma A 175 

Franklin H 176 

Gertrude 175 

Jeremiah 175 

Jerry 177 

John S 176 

Joseph T 17C 

Lucretla E 176 

Margaret E 175 

Marie Reede 176 

Martha Susan 177 

Millard F 175 

Orville G 176 

Thomas 175 

Velma Abbie 176 

Willis E 176 

Blanchard, Albert L. and family 262 

Abner .T 145 

Emma Frances 145 

Frances B 127 

Gustavus B 262 

Blandin, Emma 224 

Bliss, Henry M 144 

Bliss, Nellie M 144 

Boardman, John L .33 

Bobbett, Francis N 163 

Kittle Ann 163 

Booth, Edwin Clegg 187 

Edward Sherman 187 

Edwin W 187 

Harriet Anola 187 

Iowa Florence 187 

Lewis S 258 

Orah F 258 

William 258 

Bosworth, Anstress 113 

Boulton. James and familv 141 

Bowie, Albert ". 104 

Arthur 104 

Leon R 104 

Willard and familv 113 

William R 113 

Bowman. C. C 169 

Lydia A 168 

Boyd, G. E 178 

Boyer, Charles 237 

Olga Regina 237 

Brackett. Abbie 67 

Isaac N 221 

Mary 67 

Sadie 221 

Bradstreet, Francena A 200 

Robert B 200 

Bradley. Fannie 162 

Brady, Mary L 199 

Branch, Abigail 195 

Brandis Karl and family 43 

Braseen, E}rnest Chas. and family, 32 



Pages. 

I?rav, Anna 167 

Elizabeth 150 

John 

Bremer, Catherine M 76 

Kate 76 

Thomas 76 

Brewster, Carrie M 35 

Bridges, David and familv 130 

Naomi 130 

Nathan 130 

Rebecca 130 

Thomas 130 

Bridgman, Clara C . . : 132 

Brier (Bryer) , Sarah 205 

Briggs, Mrs. Dora J 223 

Charles A 132 

Edith L 152 

Harry 1 27 

Horace C 152 

Brock, Sarah 40 

Brooks. Edgar 112 

Mabel 142 

Solomon and family 18 

Susan L 112 

Brown. Alonzo 102 

Alonzo Albert 82 

Asenath 157 

Caroline S. and family 79 

Clara E 81 

Clifford Paul 83 

Daniel and family 76 

Daniel A 79 

Daniel Bartol 79 

Dianna L 79 

Dorothy L 83 

Edwin Soule 81 

Ella 95 

Emma Marie 137 

Henry 82 

Ira Burton 82 

James 152 

Jennie 152 

John 95 

Julia F 131 

Lucy A 178 

Lucy Ann 82 

Lucy F 78 

Margaret 80 

Martha 104 

Mary K 76 

Pamelia Ann 80 

Phyzianna 82 

Robert G 82, 83 

Rosannah 205 

Sarah 119 

Sarah J 81 

Susie F. 205 

Scuyler D. L 138 

Wesley M 80 

William Henry 79 

William P 80 

William W 81 

Xoa Ann 80 

Browne, Jacob 54 

Mary E 54 

Buck, James M 132 

Buffum, Hannah 120 

Isaac 120 

Buker, Clara L 188 



INDEX. 



285 



Pages. 

Bunker, Abisail 45 

Benjamin 51 

Deborah (Paddock) 51 

Horace 117 

Lillian 117 

Mary 44 

Mehetable 115 

William 45 

Bunyan. Mary 159 

Burbank. Brainerd C 224 

Cuvier G 224 

Daniel P 224 

Hattie Estelle 224 

John G 224 

Col. Martin L 224 

Marv M 224 

Nathan L 224 

Priscilla 195 

Burk, Ida M 100 

Burke, Alice Jane 170 

Charles T 170 

John A 170 

Leonard J 176 

Orilla C 170 

Sadie Ella 170 

Burgess. William and family 137 

Burnham, Arunah L 230 

Betsey 225 

Charles A 230 

Jennie P 230 

Burr, John 80 

Lucy Blanche 80 

William and family 119 

Burrows, Alice Isabel 216 

Orrin R 210 

Bushe, Mrs. Annie A 27 

Busiel, John Tilton and family.. 41 

John Weymouth 41 

Butler. Henry W lOn 

Olive C 133 

Rufus 109 

Butterfield, Almas S 129 

Fred 129 

Gertrude E 129 

Buzzell, Mary 42 

Boylem, James '. ^o 

Cafferty, Mabel H 69 

Cain, James G 151 

Calderwood, M. I. and family... 141 

Calton, Mary 70 

Cameron. Eva ♦. 209 

Campbell, Alexander 66 

Campbell, Maria 127 

Minnie B 91 

Canny (Kenny) Rose 20 

Susannah 24 

Thomas . . , ^ 23 

Canoval, Mr 37 

Flora Gladys 37 

Capen, Asenath 5S 

Hannah 57 

Card. Adeline T 3.-, 

Dorothy 37 

Hazel Alice 29 

Jessie C 29 

iMariner 29 

Garden. Elizabeth 24S 

Carl, Mary 72 



Pages. 

Carlisle, Abigail 176 

Albion 176 

Alva 176 

Benjamin 176 

Charles 176 

Franklin 176 

Jason 176 

Martha J 176 

Miriam 177 

Phoebe 176, 187 

William 175 

Willis 176 

Carmley, Sarah T 156 

Carnahan, David D 138 

Lydia L 138 

Carnley, Carrie W 60 

Charles B 60 

Carr, Edward 196 

Emma J 197 

George E 197 

Herbert W 197 

Horatio B 196 

Mae W 241 

Newell C ',,.241 

Patience Ill 

Carringtonn, Juliette 198 

Carroll, Daniel 151 

Carson, Fred M. and family ... .137 

George 137 

Cartland, Ella L 133 

Ellen 170 

Fernando G. and family. .. .123 

Martha 171, 207 

Mercy 172 

Caswell, -Arabella 52 

Hannah P 42 

Cate, Cora Emma 251 

Gates, Amanda A 34 

Cathcart, Leah 217 

Chamberlain, Abbie M 252 

Augustus 179 

Rev. John 252 

Louisa C 252 

William 252 

Chandler, Frances S 73 

Walter S. and family 73 

Carnahan, David 138 

Lydia L 138 

Chambers, Mary A 162 

Champion, Rachel S 60 

Chapman, Edna 116 

John and family 33 

Phyloria 33 

Amanda 33 

John and family 33 

Chase, Betsey 38 

Mrs. Ellmira 46 

Fred F 147 

Hannah 205 

Cheney, Abby 188 

Caroline D 27 

Chesley, Elizabeth 22 

Esther 218 

John 129 

Mary 255 

Samuel, Captain 22 

Chipman, Ada T 99 

Alma May 94 

Anthony 93 



286 



INDEX. 



Pages. 

Chlpman, George and family 9.3 

George, Captain 94 

John S. and family 99 

Merton E 99 

Rebecca D 93. 96 

Wesley r. and family 94 

Chisom, Martlia S 139 

Chonnell. Charles 33 

Daniel 33 

Chubbuck, Emily 215 

Clapp, Susan 152 

Clark. Albert B 144 

Albert W 144 

Caroline F 125 

Charles 125 

Charles M. and family 27 

Ella Sadie 144 

Elisha 91, 219, 226 

Elizabeth Ann 125 

Eunice 125 

Eva E 125 

Frances C 219 

Frank A 142 

Henry 51 

Heman E 125 

James D 141 

James Warren 141 

.Tane 230 

Lizzie G 142 

Martha 105 

Matilda C 125 

Obed 125 

Orange H. and family 142 

Reuben 125 

Samuel G 125 

Sarah 125, 198 

Sumner H 125 

William F 142 

Clemmens. Phila 222 

Clements, Grace 35 

Job 21 

John W 35 

Clesby, Eben 170, 178 

Harrv B. and family 52 

Sylvia 178 

Clough, Alpheus 127 

Anne 159 

Charles 127 

Cordelia 127 

Emma Jane 116 

Greenlief H 127 

Ira and family 127 

Isaiah 127 

Marinda 127 

Nathaniel 251 

Rufus 127 

Samuel 127 

Sarah 127 

Tahitha 128 

Tobias 127 

Clue (Do) Jason F 50 

Cobb, Albion W 26 

Betsey 221 

Carrol E 26 

Dr. Ernest 26 

Harriet appendix 

Mercv 5','> 

Coe, Judith 49 

Coffelt, Mabel 106 



PiIGE3. 

Coffin. Albert 109 

Alexander, John 109 

Alma and family 41 

Amos C. and family 97 

Eugene 97y 102 

Frank L 98 

Gladys E 98 

Honorable James 15, 44 

Jennie 109 

Lizzie Frances 106 

Lydia 45 

Mary 15, 44, 126 ; geneal- 
ogy of Mary Coffin 44 

Melzar A 98 

Miriam 45 

Myra W 102 

Samuel 45 

Sarah Smith 52 

Tristram, Captain, and fam- 
ily 52 

Violet A 88 

Cogswell, Elizabeth 230 

Colbath. Minnie 101 

William 249 

Colby. Ebenezer 69 

Edward 70 

Elizabeth P 69 

James A 70 

John 199 

John F 70 

Lucretia 199 

Lucretia Y 69 

Rovena Ann 70 

Valentine G 70 

William H., Captain 69 

Cole, Ann P 82 

Fred 43 

Mrs. Ida 101 

Julia A 101 

Merriman 101 

Roy C 27 

Sarah 31 

Coleman. Alice L. 38 

Annie Lizzie 37 

Christopher 156 

Edwin 37 

Elonia Melissa 38 

Hannah A 37 

Ira Augustus 38 

Joseph 37 

Mary . ., 156 

Collamore, Augusta A 182 

Lucien P 183 

Ophelia M 182 

Samuel 182 

Collins, Annie B 46 

Emma and family 52 

Bernard 52 

Lucille 112 

Marion 46 

Collody, Adelaide 155 

Coltman, Susie A 122 

Colwell, John 17 

Conant, Roger W 208 

Walter W 208 

Condit. Benjamin 162 

Bessie F 162 

Clarence B 162 

Edith A 162 



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287 



Pages. 

Condit, Lamncs 162 

Lamnes Q 162 

Richard P 162 

Cone, Eugene 248 

Richard W 248 

William V. and family 133 

Conklln, Almlra 138 

Connors, Clara 17 

Patrick 18 

Cook, Abbie L 260 

Augusta lone 260 

Charles S 260 

Chester 142 

Elizabeth 260 

Eliza 30 

Emma A 199 

Harriet W 142 

James 260 

Jeremiah C 142 

Joseph E 260 

Lucv Ellen 231 

Lydia 26 

Nathan 30 

Phoebe 30 

Sarah 156 

Cooley, Griffith 265 

Helen C 33, 265 

Coolidge, Sarah E 244 

Coombs, Peter and family 81 

Copeland, H:illard L " 157 

Leroy P 157 

Copp, Alexander P 221 

Alice Blanche 221 

Alice B 213 

Ann Delestra 221 

Benjamin 213 

Betsey 213 

Crissee L 221 

Daniel P 221 

Elizabeth C 221 

Everett, Burt 221 

George A 221 

George W 221 

Hannah .Tane 221 

Jessie M 221 

Lincoln B 221 

Randall B 221 

Samuel 220 

William 213, 221 

William Roy 221 

Corey, Mary E 158 

Cosman, John G 158 

Nettie F 189 

Corzine, William 124 

Cotton, Abigail P 146 

Albion 70 

Alfred J. . . . 146 

Amml M . . . . ' 146 

Hannah M 146 

Jacob 67 

John A 146 

Lois A 146 

Mary 67 

Mary L 146 

Sarah 146 

William 146 

Couch, Robert 120 

Cousens, Amos 37 

Syrena 36 



Pages. 

Cowan, Austin D 198 

Barlow P 198 

David H 198 

Dorothy M 198 

Hazel M 198 

June Amy 198 

Randall 198 

Rhea G 198 

Richard H 198 

Cox, Caroline D 157 

.Tames 157 

Crafts, Harod S 196 

Samuel H 196 

Verrion 196 

Winslow P 70 

Cram, Benjamin and family 124 

Emma F 142 

Solomon 142 

Creamer, George 244 

George G 244 

Crew, Elizabeth 203 

Crockett, George B 30 

Norman M 30 

Prentiss F 30 

Crooker, Hannah 182 

Sally 207 

Crosby, Charles and family 126 

Fred 84 

Crosman, George M 200 

Jason 200 

Cross, Charles C 76 

Emma F 76 

Eva F 81 

Horace G 76 

Joseph A 76 

Lydia A 76 

Mabel 29 

Mary Isabella 76 

Simeon 29 

William 76 

Crowell, Archillus 43 

Frances 46 

Mary 45 

Crowley, Samuel 76 

Cummoin, David 228 

Cummings, Lemuel A. and fam- 
ily 62 

Mrs. Alice 192 

Ezra 182 

Thomas 182 

Currier, Benjamin 244 

Benjamin W 244 

Curry, Cornelius 154 

Emma C 154 

Curtis, Charity 105 

Frances 84 

James F 93 

.John J 108 

Mary J 108 

Mary T 93 

Richard 89 

Gushing, Rev. John 42, 211 

Cushman, Charles M 88 

Julia A 88 

Sarah 230 

Cutler, Charles 229 

Cyphers, Herbert 125 

Daggett, Arthur T 160 



288 



INDEX. 



Packs. 

Dam, Annie 142 

Darron, Louisa A 117 

Davis, Abbie 214 

Abigail 164 

Caroline 240 

Ebenezer 10 

Hattie 84 

Leila, Ada 156 

Mary 34 

Nancy 33 

Richard 1G4 

Rupert Irving and family .. .117 

Samuel 18 

Sarah Aun 221 

Surpelus and family 241 

Thomas 221 

William R 150 

Davidson, Elizabeth 124 

Cuyler 106 

Dawson, Joel 130 

Kate E 130 

Day, Charles 204 

David and family 20r. 

Dean, David H. and family 132 

Deane, Alice W 142 

Abnegie Mabel 132 

Arthur P 142 

Cora L 132 

Ernest G 142 

George & family 132, 133 

George Henry and family... 133 

Matilda 130, 133, 142 

Rose B. and family 133, 142 

Samuel 130, 132 

Dearborn, Henry H 22."> 

Maude N 22.". 

William 22r> 

Deering, Maude E 00 

Virginia 163 

Deerfield, Isabella C 160 

Jesse 160 

Delabar, A 238 

Delano, Erastus B 123, 131 

George B 74 

Demarest, Sophia M 242 

Dennison, Benjamin, Captain, and 

family 78 

Benjamin F 78 

Charlotte W 78 

Clement P 78 

Daniel B 78 

John Thomas 78 

Luella B 78 

Lyman 78 

Derry, Fannie 195 

Devish, Ann K! 

Wette (De) Christine C 147 

Stephen 147 

Dillingham, Bertha 72 

Edward and family 128 

John G 72 

Dlnsmore, Sarah 126 

Dixon, Milo 155 

William T. and family 155 

268 

William P 155 

Gertrude P 268 

Doan, Martha E 48 

Prince 48, 49 



Pages. 

Dockendorf, Jacob 185 

Mary Jane 185 

Thomas 185 

Dodge, Bradford 72 

Emily K 206 

Estelle 72 

Joseph 208 

Dockull, Amelia 163 

DollofP, Benaiah 174, 187 

Charles B 187 

Charles II . . . .* 187 

Julia M 174 

Mertie E 187 

Dolly, Jeremiah and family 134 

Douglass, Albert 89 

Albert 89 

Albert H 89 

Alonzo C 89 

Ambrose B 89 

Anne E 134 

Charles B 89 

Cornelius 129 

Daniel B 89 

Elijah 88 

George P 89 

Hannah R 89 

Harriet K 89 

Isaac and family 88, 89 

Isaac H 89 

Jennie B 89 

John W 89 

Lydia 129 

Marv 129 

Mary Ellen 89 

Mary P 89 

Rose M 89 

Dow. Amanda J 159 

Ellen M 69 

Hannah P 40 

Helen E 267 

Henry C 126 

Isaac 159 

.John 126 

Marcellus J 126 

Mary E 126 

Oliver A 89 

Ralph M 267 

Rhoda 122 

Downing, Augusta A 28 

John 98 

Joseph 98 

Downs, Ellen M 118 

Emma L 118 

Harry A 118 

John C 118 

Draper, George 40 

Drew, Mrs. Amanda A 221 

Sophia 34 

Drury, Archilles C 133 

Annie May 133 

Electa D 133 

Emma 133 

Louise M 133 

Stella 133 

Dudley, Alice 1 121 

Benjamin 121 

Duffy, Benjamin and family 118 

Duly, Harriet 60 

Dully, Susan P 109 



INDEX. 



289 



Tages. 

Dummer, Elizabeth S 116 

Sewall 116 

Duncan, Mrs. Isabella (Dearfleld) 160 

William D. and family 131 

Dunlap. Maria 134 

Dunn. Charles F 165 

Samuel 25 

Theodore 165 

Dunton, Stephen G 203 

Durant, William and family 63 

Durin. Elizabeth 211 

Duvier. Wallace D 133 

Dver. Albert A 217 

Alpheus G 69 

Daisy E 217 

Emma 94 

James 94 

Reuben K 69 

Vesta 127 

Easancy, Charles 192 

Harriet S 192 

Eastman, Harriet 255 

Helen 220 

John, Captain, and family.. 110 

Eaton, Alice B 236 

Edgerly. Addison C 258 

Frank S 253 

Edouard, Richard E 197 

Edwards, Dilah 31 

Ellen W 267 

Fannie M 267 

Hazel F 138 

Hepsibah 151 

Kate D 267 

.Foshua 151 

William D 267 

Eldridge, Gertrude A 108 

Rev. Wm. B 108 

Elkins, Charles F 251 

Daniel 227 

Isaac 227 

John A 251 

Lorenzo F 251 

Mary L 251 

Melinda 227 

Ruth 213 

Ellis. Amanda D 221 

Thomas 222 

Ellsworth, Charles O 162 

George O 162" 

Elwell, Lena 104 

Embree. James 159 

Susan 158 

Emerson, Amasa S 121 

Charles, Rev 251 

Elizabeth M 241 

Ezra Wm. . .„ 251 

Isaac 241 

Maria L 120 

Mercy C 85 

Mina Louise 121 

Emery, Benjamin 56 

Betsy 215 

Hannah 29 

Isaac 56 

Samuel 215 

Sarah 25 

Estes, Albert and family 13() 



Pages. 

Estes, Edward Ill 

Edward J 156 

Frances H 131 

Israel 128 

J. Stanley 131 

Jonathan, Jr 131 

Josiah D 156 

Lydia E. and family 230 ; her 

ancestry 230 

Mahlon 131 

Martha F 131 

Melvin W 131 

Mary 157 

Nicey 128 

Nicholas 24 

Philadelphia 230 

Redford Albert and family. .156 

Redford M 156 

Robert 130 

Sybil H 24 

Victoria W 104 

Waite Ill 

Wilbur A 131 

Etherington, Edward and fam- 
ily 46 

Margaret 46 

Evans, Alfred R 222 

Annetta L 158 

Benjamin and family 125 

Daniel 222 

Daniel P 222 

Jacob W 31 

Lemuel 31 

Otis 222 

Samuel 158 

Sarah A. B 222 

William W 222 

Everitt, Elisabeth J 169 

Maud M 169 

Evrard, Mary L 184 

Fagan, Edith C 158 

James 158 

Minnie 158 

Wm. A 158 

Fairbanks, Julia 61 

Fairbrother, Moses and family.. 126 

Farmer, .Tames 147 

Jesse 146 

Farnham, Alfred M 180 

Angle M .179 

Ebenezer 209 

Ella L 245 

Emma J 179 

Gertrude M 179 

Harriet A 179 

John 179 

John F 179 

Joseph 179 

Martha E 180 

Mary A 179 

Sarah M 179 

Wm 179 

Farnsworth, Charles E 247 

Edward M 247 

Emma F 247 

Emma Josephine 147 

Esther M 247 

Harold V 247 



19 



290 



INDEX. 



Pages. 

Farnsworth. Rev. .Tames D 247 

James Delap 247 

Sewell B 247 

Vincent 247 

Fan-. Abigail 122, 123, 150 

Christina 122 

Cvnthia and family 123 

Daniel 122 

Rlijah 122 

Eunice B 117, 122 

Fredericlc W., Rev 122 

Oeoi-Re •. .123 

(Jeorse H 123 

Gilbert L. and family 123 

Henrv 123 

llnirli 10.5 

Hnuh A. and family 87 

Ilnklah E '. 123 

Isaac and family 123 

Lindley II. and family 123 

Lydia 123 

Lydia Ann 122 

Martha Ann 104 

Mary E 123 

Moses W., Rev 122 

Nellie 105 

Noah 117. 123 

Phoebe M., Rev. and family 

123, 131, 132 

Rosilla 122 

Sarah 123 

Sybil 122 

Thomas 122, 123, 150 

Valentine M. and family. . . .123 
Wm. H ". 122 

Fawcett, Mary E 154 

Fellows, Sarah 92 

Fenno, Alice 247 

Charles 247 

Fernald, Jerome K 225 

Lydia 225 

Fickett, Ada M 84 

Alf reda G 83 

Azro E 83 

Bernard A 83 

Chase W 83 

Cora R 84 

Dianna L 83 

Elonia A 84 

Emery M., Captain 83 

Esther M 84 

Ethel L 83 

Kuphemia S3 

Evaline 83 

Fved F 83 

Geneva F 83 

George 83 

Ilattie S. W 84 

Helen J 83 

Helen L 83 

Ida M 84 

Ira and family 84 

Irwin 83 

John M 84 

•Joseph B., Captain 83 

Lena C 84 

Malachl E 83 

Mary A 83 

^[ary E 83 



I"AGES. 

Fickett, Reuben C 83 

Reuben 1 83 

Rienza Frances 83 

Ruth H 83 

Sammie W 83 

Sidney A 84 

Stlllman F 83 

Stillman H. and family 84 

Walter H 84' 

Field, Hannah 102 

Mary 23 

Ruth B 76 

Firth. Charles 47 

Harriet E 47 

Fisher, Abraham 159 

Ella C 103 

Herbert 103 

J. A 103 

.Tanvrin, Col 42 

Lucy 159 

Lydia 161 

Mary Belle 103 

Rebekah 42 

Thomas 159 

Fitch, Mary 202 

Phoebe A 202 

Fitz, Alice C 244 

Annie H 245 

Edith F 243 

Elizabeth L 245 

Elizabeth P 244 

George W 245 

Harriet 244 

Harry B 244 

Joseph H 244 

Joseph W 244 

Josiah 244 

.Justine A 245 

Marion 244 

Theodore 244 

Warren 244 

Flagg. Amanda 98 

Arthur H 93 

Herbert 98 

Lester 93 

Olive G 93 

Flannigan, Blmira .33 

Joseph 33 

Fletcher. James 55 

Luman and family 55 

Flewellyn, Addle A 164 

John 165 

Fogg, Bertha R 143 

Henry 143 

Wallace F 144 

Walter . . . 144 

Folger, Benjamin 57 

Caleb 57 

Hepsibeth 268 

Julia A 268 

Lucretia 52 

Ruth 57 

T'riah 57 

Wm 268 

Folly, Henry B. and family 125 

Folsom. Etta 50 

Ford, .Terusha L 192 

Forsaith. Carrie F 145 

Charles 145 



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291 



Pages. 

Foss. Albert 42 

Martha 130 

Foulke, Anna 155 

Edward 155 

Foster, Arnold 92 

Cyrus 127 

Emma C 179 

Ira Eugene '. 92 

Lester 92 

Ora 241 

Otis. Jr 124 

W. N 161 

Llna 92 

Foy. Lavinia 200 

Fi-ancis. Dr. David P 190 

Ella 75 

Kate 75 

Freeman. Abigail 56 

French, Adeline 36 

Anna 128 

Benjamin C 256 

Caroline 127 

Daniel P 36 

Emily M 256 

Harriet 196 

Jonathan 36 

Mary H 78' 

Mary Jane 139 

Sarah 114, 256 

Thirza 78 

Fritch. James 136 

Frizzell, John 255 

Mary 255 

Frost. Charles H. and family... 77 

Cornelia 166 

Stephen 166 

Fuller, Edward 153 

Emma F 209 

Mary 153 

Furnass. Benjamin 161 

Mary 161 

Gahan. Evelyn 109 

Gale. Arthur P 215 

Christine E 177 

Cyrus Irvin 214 

Elliott N 214 

Emily K 215 

Helen Persis 215 

Jonathan, Rev 213, 215, 225 

Katherine Elizabeth 215 

Marcia E 215 

Mary Anna 215 

Maud Ruth 215 

Gage. Daniel B 192 

Frances j 42 

Georglanna .1 192 

Gardner, Alexander 61 

Charles 157 

Ernest W 89 

George 51 

James 44 

Jemima and family 51 

John 51 

Lenora 250 

Miriam 45 

Nellie 106 

Richard 44 

Susanna 57 



Iages. 

Garland. Caroline H 6 

Garner. Maggie A 58 

Gay, Abbie KUa [', 17 

Fred Charles and family. ... 95 
William 17 

Geary, Marie ] !219 

Matthew 219 

George, Franklin P 189 

Helen F igg 

Hezekiah igg 

Hezekiali S igg 

Mary A [[ 34 

Moses E \[\ 42 

Gerrish, Ada Roselyn . . . . 95 

.Joseph 97 

Getchell, Georglanna . . . .264: 

Hartwell 264 

Rebecca .T '_[[ 122 

Geyer, Nancy J . . . . 203 

Gibbs, Ann M " ' 168 

Elias ;;i68 

Giflford. Alta S 117 

George H 117, 122 

Jefferson ' _ 177 

Giles. Abigail ! ! ! ! 174 

Albion .'!!.'! 174 

Arthur B .'.'.'.' 267 

Charles 208 

Charles E • ■ • • • ~^^ 

Charles F ! ! . ! ! 174 

Christiana G 177 

Cleveland Edson . . . 267 

Daniel ' ' ' ' £94 

Daniel Paul I74 

Edson C. and family . . . 204' 267 

Franklin L .' ' 174 

George A 194 

George C 174 

Harry M 174 

Isaac L 195 

John P 174 

Joseph 22,' 174, ' 194 

Julia E 174 

Laurena 208 

Lydia Ann ' ] 174 

Maria Julia \ .' ' 174 

Mary Eliaabeth '. '.174 

Mattie 267 

Nellie C 174 

Nettie 55 

Otis J. and family . . 194 

Deacon Paul 174 

Ralph P 267 

Samuel \ . . . 174 

Sarah A ..'. 195 

Sue C 174 

Viletty ;i95 

Wesley R 267 

Gilpatrick, Hannah 40 

Harry E 76 

Gilmore, Ellen M ..'. .'195 

Harriet L 157 

Glidden, Rhoda Ann ii99 

Glover, James R ' I83 

John, Captain 183 

Goddard, Alma 73 

Anna J .'..'. 102 

Charles F lei 



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Pages. 

Goddard. Edward R 103 

Elijah 161 

Ethel M 103 

Flora M 103 

John Irving and family 130 

John Warren and family . . . 130 

Joseph H 102 

Hallowell 160 

Lydia A 129 

Lot 161 

Mahlon 103 

Manley 160 

Maria 103 

Mary R 161 

Reuben 160 

Richard L 161 

Robert "78 

Silas 102 

Godfrey, Edgar M. and family. . .100 

Goldthwait, Mary B 165 

Goodrich, Clara E 49 

Goodwin. Adelbert S 127 

Aurilla 124 

Betsey L 124 

Daniel 124 

Daniel A 124 

Emeline 124 

George W 124 

John E. and family 125 

Margaret F 112, 124 

Matilda S 125 

Mary B 165 

Mary S 125 

Phoel)e Haskell and family.. 124 

Samuel 124 

Samuel F 125 

Sarah E 124 

Sarah Haskell and family... 125 

Wm. II. and family 124 

Gould, Almira 26 

Annie 26 

Ella F 26 

Ella Maria 26 

Elizabeth F 

Emma 26 

Enoch Y 74 

Isabella 26 

John 70 

Lottie May 73 

Lucy A 70 

Miriam 25 

Muzzey 25 

Rufus 26 

Goodnow, Laura 183 

Mary M 178 

Goodrich, F. H 81 

Gove, Caroline 237 

Henry 202 

Levi 236 

Lydia P 237 

Mary 237 

William Henry 230, 236, 240 

Wm. P 237 

Grant, Charles H 73 

Daniel 53 

Emily 53 

Jeannette P 72 

Jenny 88 

John W^ and family 73 



Pages. 

Grant, Lucinda 92 

Mllbury C. and family 73 

Nellie C. and family 73 

Sally 26 

Svbil 73 

Gray, Betsey Y 253 

Blanche B 27 

Caleb . : 27 

Charlie C 27 

Daniel II 254 

Eben 27 

Elmira 134 

Elizabeth 40 

Freddie B 27 

Herman F 27 

John 134 

John and family 125 

John F 141 

Lillian M 27 

Mary 213 

Mary E 141 

Phoebe 134 

Susan 215 

William and family 126 

Green, Alden 78 

Arthur S 78 

Charles 129 

David 105 

Elijah G 125 

Elizabeth 24 

Hannah 105 

Harriet 245 

James Edward 245 

James S 246 

John 68 

Louisa M 120 

Mary H 129 

Nathaniel G 245 

Robert H 246 

Sarah A 245 

W. H 246 

Greene. Arthur 201 

Elsie 20 

F. B. 170, 172, 174, 181, 192 
205, 209 

Henry 201 

Henry F 201 

Lillian 201 

Greenleaf, Adelia F 60 

Frank E. and family 60 

Gardner and family 59 

George G 60 

James S 60 

Joseph 59 

Leavitt G. and family. . . .59, 60 

Lucinda M. and family 60 

Mary E. and family 59 

Naomi 202 

Prince E. and family 60 

Grer, Thomas 20 

Griffin. Alpheus 69 

Effle A 69 

Jerome 69 

Martha 59 

Sallie W 137 

Groton, John G 123, 131 

Grover, Lavinia 107 

Guild, Martha 50 

Guptlll, Ernest L 37 



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293 



Pages. 
Guptill, Frank S. and family 28 

Hadley, Esther M 199 

Ruth 199, 207 

William 199 

Hailey, Judge James 139 

Hale, Mary B 52 

Haley, Ida G 224 

Jacob 224 

Hall, Albert 28 

Albion K 202 

Catherine 42 

Charity 92 

Harry T 83 

Martha 33 

Mary 47 

Haller, Maria 133 

Ham, Estella 32 

John 147 

Lydia 39 

Norris S 32 

Patience 228 

Hamblin, Edwin 122 

George 122 

Hamilton, Edwin T 80 

Everett W 107 

Freda 107 

Gladys 107 

Josephine M 245 

Lorenzo 107 

Marian 107 

Mary L 245 

Otho 245 

Philip H 107 

Rose G 80 

Samuel W 107 

Hamlin, Elbridge 152 

James E 152 

Robert H 152 

Handy, Mary A 196 

Haneywell, Fred R. and family. .119 

Hanson, Abbie 220 

Augustus 219 

Mrs. C. F 263 

Daisey 219 

Daniel 24 

Daniel P 219 

Franklin S 219 

Isaac 218 

Jennie M 220 

Jonathan 25 

John N. and family 93 

John W. R. and family 142 

Jdseph 218 

Joseph B 219 

Hon. Joseph P 220 

Joseph William 220 

Lvdia A 219 

Lydia H 219 

Mary F 219 

Sarah A 220 

Webster L 219 

William H 220 

Wright P 219 

Harding, Marcellus A 113 

Ulysses G. and family 113 

Hardy, Mary A 132 

Harker, Jane 163 

Harmon, Chas. H 47 



Pages. 
Ilarradan, John H. and family. .114 

Harrington, Alice D 262 

Arthur D 262 

Arthur V 268 

Daniel H 109 

Ellen E 262 

George O 263 

Nathan L. D 262 

Nathaniel P 109 

Ralph D 263 

Ruth C 263 

Walter S 263 

Hart, Marcia ; 19 

Mary A. M 36 

William 36 

Harts, Edwin B 219 

Hanson 219 

Mary 219 

P. W., Captain 219 

Harvey, Naomi 141 

Reuben 141 

Thomas 228 

riaselton, Mary 216 

Haskell, Aaron 127 

Abigail 117, 122 

Amy 85 

Betsey 125 

Frank 91 

George, Captain 106 

George W. and family 71 

Harry G 93 

Joseph W 85 

Katherine 127 

Lucretia 88 

Lucy 86 

Mary 127 

Micajah 85 

Patience 127 

Phoebe 125 

Rollins 85 

Ruth 85 

Sarah 106, 124 

Susannah 126 

Ward 88 

Willabee 85 

William, Captain 122, 131 

Hatfield, Mary K 124 

Hathorne, Samuel, Rev 127 

Hawkes, Abigail, with ancestry, .230 

Cynthia 123 

Mary 132 

Polly 48 

Hawkins, Eliza 128 

Haven, George D. and family... 115 

Hayes, Charles F 246 

Edward 230 

Elizabeth 211 

Frank 1 250 

Frederick W. C 219 

Lucy H 219 

Mary 15 

Mildred C 250 

Philadelphia 230 

Samuel H 15 

Solomon K 246 

Wm. R 219 

Heald, Clara 72 

Georgia E 72 

Isaac B 72 



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Tages. 

Ileakl, Lillian E.. . .' 72 

I.ydia A 72 

I'eter and family 72 

Heales. Charles 1* 166 

Heard, Mrs. Louise 24 

Hemingway, Charles A 197 

Coleman 197 

Etta S 197 

Frank L 197 

Georgia M • 197 

J. Marion 197 

Lewis V 197 

Mabel II. . 197 

Philip 1 197 

I'hilip M 197 

William R 197 

Willis C 197 

Henderson, Lewis 48 

Henley. Nellie 178 

Herman. Mary 138 

Hersom. Ella 39 

Hey wood. Fred L. and family. . .2.52 

Oracle N 252 

John 252, 

Mary Emeline 252' 

Nellie E 252 

William 252 

Hiatt. Matthew 123 

Higgins, Elisha S 169 

Hight. .Tohn G 130 

Liira F 127 

Hill, Andred N 42 

Anson M 152 

Betsey 30 

Cushman 82 

David 139 

Ebenezer 31 

Eleazar G 82 

George V 152 

Hannah 121 

Hannah A 82 

.L Arthur 155 

.Toel 155 

John J 81 

Margaret 42 

Martha 31 

Marv Ella 152 

Marv M 42 

Holland 155 

Sarah J 81 

William 40 

Hinkley. Louise 197 

Mary 70 

Hilton. Edward 6 

William 6 

Hlte. Alice M 265 

David 265 

Hitschler, Jacob 167 

Kathryn W 167 

Hobart. Helen T 142 

Hobbie. Anstress G 261 

John 259 

Louisa 259 

Remington 261 

William, Rev 261 

William G., Hon 261 

Hodges, Albert 260 

Charles 152 

Edward and family 260 



Pages. 

Hodgdon, Alice 175, 177 

Charles 125 

Francena 202 

Israel 22 

Julia A 175 

Lenora L 180 

Mrs. Marv 115 

Sarah 203 

Tyler 180 

Hodgkins, Benjamin 86 

David B 86 

Hoffman. Alfred E. and family.. 133 

Holmes, William and familv 46 

Hollingsworth, Stella G. . .". 103 

Honors. Arthur E. and family. .201 

William H 201 

Holton, Emma 147 

Frank 147 

Fred H 147 

William 147 

Hopkins. Benjamin and family. .127 

Eben 116 

George Edwin and family... 116 

Martha A 117 

Martha Ella and familv. .. .117 

Richard 116 

Sarah F 117 

Thomas P 117 

William • 116 

William Henry 116 

Home, Cora B 28 

Frank W 28 

Fred U 28 

Reginald II 28 

Samuel M 28 

Hosier, Richard 154 

Hough, Grace K 43 

Grace R 254 

Karl F 254 

Hooper, Alice J 29 

Herbert E 29 

Laurdea F 29 

Lizzie F. D 29 

Luella M 29 

Theodore 29 

How, Mrs. Jennie 71 

Susan 216 

Howe, Albert 219 

Arthur W 144 

Eliza S 219 

Howes, Frederic C 267 

Howard. J. Frank and family... 80 

Howland, Sarah 199 

Hovt, Albina S 71 

Charles C 247 

Cliarles C, Jr 247 

Cordelia 79 

Elizabeth F 61 

Fannie M 35 

Isaiah 247 

Katherine 247 

Mary W 247 

Moses W 71 

Richard 35 

Richard F 247 

Thomas 71 

Hoxie, Abraham 50 

Robert 50 

Huckins, Hubert 97 



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295 



Pages. 

Huckins, James 24 

Lillian Amy 97 

HufiF, Clement 55 

Eliza M 55 

Joseph 177 

Nettie M 177 

Ruth 53 

Silas E 177 

Vinnie E 177 

Humphreys, Hannah 208 

Hunnewell, Alice G 207 

Berbinice E 208 

Charles 207 

Charles A 207 

Charles F 208 

Charles Henry 207 

Charles H. M 208 

Charles L 207 

Ella F 208 

Eugene M 207 

Flora A 207 

Frank M 157 

Georgianna 157 

John W 157 

Joseph M 157 

William S 157 

Hunnicutt, William P 154 

Hunt, A. C 265 

Annie 196 

Aurissa 78 

Joseph 242 

Josephine 242 

Lucy 179 

Hunter, Henry, Dr 182 

Huntress, Eugene 250 

Frederic E 250 

Seth W 250 

Hurd, Eugene E 102 

Philander S 102 

Hussev, Louise 258 

Walter S 253 

Huntington, Alvin 76 

Hutchins, Daniel 181 

Emma Louise 256 

Esther 55 

Fred C 256 

George W 

Juliette 54 

Maisie G 256 

Margaret 35 

May 256 

Otis 256 

Ray 256 

Rhoda 170 

William H 256 

Hutchinson. Adelaide 196 

Charles D 196 

Edith 76 

Edward 179 

Frank C. and family 46 

George W. and family 114 

Jennie P 179 

Winnie 179 

Ingalls, Charles N. P 201 

Lottie May 201 

Ivey, Joseph W 50 

Jackson, Edward L 248 



Pages. 

.Tackson, Elijah 38 

Frank 38 

John, Captain 38 

.Tameson, Bessie 199 

Elizabeth 47 

Jefferson, Harriet A 162 

Robert E. F 162 

.Tellison, Neva B 113 

.Tenks, Catherine 49 

Samuel 49 

Jenkins, Eliza C 151 

Philadelphia 230 

Reginald 230 

Stephen 151 

.Tenness, Alice G 37 

Amos and family 30 

Clara B 37 

Frank P 37 

John 181 

Jepson, Charles H 133 

Elijah 26 

Elijah B 158 

Flora E 133 

Minnie L 131 

Jewell, Susan 58 

Jerome, Leon E 189 

Johnson, Catherine C 224 

Edward A 184 

Elizabeth J 106 

Ernest, Captain 202 

• Ernest A 184 

Ethel C 88 

Eva D 69 

Frederick 105 

George R. and family 80 

Harriet M 184 

Herman A 184 

John 69 

Joseph H 42 

Katherine C 214, 224 

Louise M 184 

Mary 225 

Ruth P 184 

Sophronia 216 

William and family 124 

Jones, Andrew 156 

Charity 50 

Charles H. and family 123 

Edna C 157 

Elisha 157 

Ellen C 157 

Emeline R 58 

Esther J 157 

Frances L 157 

Francis 157 

Frank 157 

Georgianna 157 

Hannah 151 

Hannah M 123 

Jennie B 231 

John A 281 

Lemuel 65, 111 

Levi and family 123 

Mary 109 

Mary E 157 

Mary H 157 

Nancy 151 

Rachel 65, 111 

Sally 196 



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Pages. 

Jones. Samuel H 58 

Thomas Ill 

Wilfrid 157 

Jordan, Abigail 71 

Alfreda liO 

Andrew S.'i 

Anson L 77 

Arthur 70 

Augustus E 7(! 

Charles 70 

Charles H 78 

Cora 1 78 

Cora M 78 

Cordelia II 70 

Elbridge G 70 

George 70 

Harvey E 78 

Hattie 70 

Ida 76 

Ida B 78 

Jennie H 26 

Loradia Y 77 

Lucy P 78 

Martin V 76 

Maud 76 

Perley 70 

Ralph E 76 

Warren E 76 

William 70 

William E 76 

Xoa Ann 76 

Kaler, Cora 82 

Kearney, Kate 131 

Kee, Sarah 110 

Keen, Albert H. and family 142 

Kelley. Benjamin 177 

Mrs. Cordelia (Reed) 177 

Emma J 97 

Frances 178 

Kemp, Anne B 100 

Furhush 68 

Lucy 88 

Mary 68 

Robert 68 

Sally 68 

Silas 68 

Kempton, Harriet E 47 

.L Curtis 47 

.Jonathan 47 

Kendall. Etta 142 

Kendrick. Edward 49 

Jonathan S 49 

Kennedy, Delia 84 

Doily 138 

GeorRe 175 

Julia 201 

Kenny, Eunice 171 

George 175 

John 4."i 

Kent. John, Captain 202 

Keese. Pamelia 119 

Key, Sarah 137 

William 137 

Keyser, Daniel S 55 

Franklin 55 

Kidder. Alfred 112 

George A. and family 112 

John II 150 



Faqrs. 

Kidder, Sarah 156 

Kilgore, Henry C 125 

Kllliam, Henry II, and family... 

54 55 

Kimball,. Albert 180, 203 

Alfred L 180 

Ella J 145 

George 202 

Samuel. Captain 180 

Kincald, Arthur E 83 

John 83 

Patrick 83 

King, Antis L. and family 127 

Bertha C 158 

David 148 

Harold 224 

Helen F 158 

Helo Helon 158 

Jalrus K 158 

L. B 70 

Mary Ellen 164 

Warren B 158 

Kingsley. Benjamin 61 

Emily 61 

Knight, Annie B 185 

Ellen E 185 

Emma 30 

Grace 164 

Harriet F 185 

James 185 

James F 185 

James S 185 

Phoehe 148 

Stephen E 185 

Knowland, Richardson 73 

William H. and family 73 

Knowles, Gena E 252 

Wyatt 252 

Knox. Angie V 147 

Isabella 163 

Lambdln, Joseph 55 

Robert B 55 

Lamos. Abigail 38 

Nathaniel 38 

Lancaster. Edward 138 

Gertrude 138 

Sarah 194 

Lander, Tamer 255 

Landers, Addie F 50 

Charles S 60 

Lane, Abbie R 126 

Arthur C 231 

Arthur W 231 

Ernest P 231 

George B 87 

George E 87 

Jane A 55 

L. Samuel 231 

Marian L 23 

Olive J 32 

Olive L 231 

Rilev E 177 

Robert 32 

Larrabee. George 177 

Helen M 177 

John 177 

Lincoln A 177 

William 177 



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297 



Pages. 

Lash, Mary 185 

Paul 185 

Laske (De), John 15J 

Lathes, Maria .J 59 

Lawrence, Sarah 91 

Susannah 71 

Leach, Aurilla 113, 118 

Daniel 219 

Fannie A 219 

Frederick 147 

Hattie M 147 

Leda F 164 

Louise N 219 

Lucy E 219 

Serviny H 219 

Leavitt, Miss 192 

Israel 192 

Nancy B 134 

Peter 125 

Lelghton, Anne 16 

Charles 217 

Climena 82 

Delia 99 

Elizabeth 15 

Everett 19 

George 17 

George and family 35 

Levicia 17 

Mai-garet 18 

Marian 19 

Maurice 19 

Martha 19 

Mary 16 

Susan 16 

Thomas 15, 16 

Warren and family 84 

Leonard, Olive 144 

Lesley, Eugene 151 

Lewis, Mr 40 

Abbie J 175 

Abigail 186, 202 

Almida 125 

Andrew 192, 194, 199 

Arthur G 203 

Aurinda 203 

Belle 175 

Betsey 181 

Bradford 203 

C. A. and family 63 

Claude 203 

Ebenezer 205 

Ellen F 47 

Eliza 176 

Fred and family ."'. . 63 

Giles 203 

Henry 47 

Isaac 175 

Isaiah : 203 

Jefferson H 203 

John 203 

Lemuel 203 

Martha 194, 199 

Mary 192, 194, 203 

Mary E 246 

Mary L 175 

Xarcissa 203 

Phoebe 203 

Ralph 203 

R. W 169 



Pages. 

Lewis, Samuel 202 

Sarah A 194 

Silas 202 

Urial 203 

William 28, 171 

Lewkener, Edward 20 

Elizabeth 20 

Libby, Clara M 26 

Desire 134 

Eunice 120 

Francis 117 

John 97 

Joseph F 117 

Mary A 97 

Sarah E 124 

Light, Eva C 163 

Felix 162 

Luther H 163 

Luther W 162 

Marv Alice 163 

Viola J 163 

Lilly, James 199 

Melvin E 199 

Lincoln, Joel A 114 

Joel F 114 

Llnnett, Desire 42 

Litchfield, Emily J 76 

Job D 76 

Little, Ruth 186 

Littlefleld, Lena 112 

Lloyd, Daniel 48 

Deborah 48 

Long, Elizabeth Ill 

Longfellow, David 99 

Nellie 98 

Look, Daniel 98 

Levi 97 

Lewis 101, 109 

Mary 1 109 

Melenthe 97 

Rose B 97 

Lord, Asa 97 

Charles J 47 

David F 47 

Olive 143 

Low, James 246 

Lois 246 

Lowell, Abbie A 169 

Abner 152, 167 

Anna L 169 

Annie H 168 

Bertha 169 

Carl J 168 

Charles A. and family 168 

Clarence P 168 

Earl 168 

Ernest T 169 

Frederick 167 

Greenlief 168 

Henry L 169 

John R 169 

Margerie 168 

Mertie E 168 

Mary A 168 

Mary B 168 

Mary E 168 

Mary L 168 

Rozina M 168 

William B 168 



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Pages. 

Lowell. William C 168 

William E 108 

Lovejoy, Calvin l.'."j(J 

Esther A 119 

George F 2.50 

Helen A 1'50 

.Toseph K 119 

I-aura A 2.50 

Maud E 250 

Loeell, Benjamin 50 

Lucy A .50 

Lube, .Tames and family 106 

Levi 106 

Luce, Mary A 145 

Lunt. Affio 104 

Frank and family 98 

Harry 77 

John 104 

Julina 104 

Leonard 104 

Mary J lo4 

Minnie B 77 

Minnie H lo4 

Lupton, Mrs. Mary E 154 

Macey, Charles Wendell and fam- 
ily 52 

Mary 45, 51 

McAllister. .Tames 73 

Levi H. and family 73 

McCauley, .Toseph 2o3 

McBrvde. Archibald 129 

T. Boyd. Dr 129 

McCafferty. Mabel H 70 

McCarter, Edwin C 244 

James 244 

McCarty, Mary 174 

McCowen, George 153 

Thomas 153 

McDonald, Peter and family 139 

McDou£;ald. Margaret 175 

Mary E 178 

William 175 

McFarland, Benjamin 181, 182 

Betsy J 147 

Eliza 181 

Elizabeth 182 

Ephrain 182 

Jane 182 

.John 181 

Lvdla 182 

Margaret 182 

May 182 

Robert and family 147 

Sally 182 

Stephen P 147 

Walter P 147 

McGaffln, Norman 220 

McGeorge, Mary E 165 

McGregory, Christine 109 

McGown, Darius 177 

Mclntire, Carrie 123, 131 

Harriet N 141 

Phoebe P 143 

Mcintosh, Annie 128 

Jeannette 133 

McKay, Janet 46 

Margaret 158 

Nancy 199 



Packs. 

McKenzle. Marian 162 

McKenna. Ada A 166 

Emily G 166 

Sherburne T 166 

McKinney. Frank 109 

Frankie 109 

McMaster. Samuel 107 

Sarah E 107 

.McPhail, Marjjaret 210 

McPheters. Alice 198 

McPherson, Annie 123 

Maddocks, Gene D 203 

Luther 203 

Magoon. Abigail 126 

Charles V. and family 126 

Daniel 126 

Phoebe and family 126 

I'hoebe H 132 

Sally 134 

Syrena and family 126 

Woodman 126 

Magruder, Catherine 180 

Mahonev. Maria A 219 

Mallard. George F 41 

Sarah F 41 

Marr. Alberta M 187 

Clarence E 188 

Deborah 165 

Estelle A 187 

Hattie 187 

Ida B 188 

Jeremiah 188 

Lestie L 70 

Marv C 188 

Nellie 36 

Philip 187 

Thomas 187 

Manhort, Henry 169 

Mann. Charles N 166 

Mabel 166 

Manson. Catherine V 217 

Charles L 216, 217 

Darius P 217 

Edward S 216 

George P 216 

George W 216 

Hannah S 217 

Herbert H 217 

John A 216 

Ivatherine V 216 

Mark 216 

Margaret 216 

Martha J 217 

M^rv 217 

Mattie 216 

Rufus P 216, 217 

Sarah 217 

Sarah S 217 

Stewart H 216 

Susanna H 216 

William R 216 

William S 216 

Zoa 216 

Mansfield, Eunice 86 

Marston. Annie W 48 

William 48 

Mason, Arnold G 256 

Edward A., Rev 255 

Katherine F 256 



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299 



Pages. 

Mason, Mary L 256 

Orrin T 125 

Ruth Rice 256 

Matthews, Caroline 203 

.Tames F 174 

Maylove, Betsy 146 

Meade, Mai-y C 231 

William R 231 

Meader. Abbie 123 

Abbie V 161 

Eliza B 123, 131 

John 162 

Mary 24, 236 

Micajah Ill 

Valentine 123 

Mears, Esther 113 

Merrill, Abbie A 77 

Almira 115 

Grace B 94 

Jacob 77 

Rev. Nathaniel and family.. 237 

Merriman and Merryman 

Alice 91 

Alveda F 87 

Eugene F 88 

Frank B. and family 90 

George B 90 

Lavinia L 88 

Mary B 87, 90 

Rose Esther 90 

Rufus 90 

William 87 

William T 87 

Merrow, Annie E 114 

Charles and family 34, 35 

Edward E. and family 113, 114 

Grace M. and family 114 

Lenora M. and family 114 

Omar B. and family 114 

Orrin B 113 

Viletta C 113 

Wallace W. and family 114 

Merry, Margaret and history ... .181 

Merwin. Clarence E 265 

Meserve, George P 225 

Isaac 227 

Sarah 227 

Susan 225 

Messiah, Ida M. J 29 

Miller. George L., Dr 238 

Rose 238 

Milliken, Mary A 32 

Minaldi, Grace Ethel 146 

.John F 146 

Mitchell. Alice 100 

Ann E 159 

Augustus W. and family. .93, 95 

Austin F ." 99 

Benjamin W 99 

Charles M. and family 99 

Cyrus 160 

David 117 

Edna M 160 

Eunice D 100 

Fifield 117 

George 93, 96 

George and family 94 

George E 117 

Harriet 117 



Pages. 

, Mitchell, Harold 94 

Iva W 117 

James 93 

Jessie K 93 

John Edward 160 

Joseph 09 

Lawson D 117 

Ijuciuda A 99 

Marcia A 163 

Mahlon R 99 

Margaret L 117 

Martha E 82 

Mary A 101 

Minerva J 99 

Nathaniel 99 

Nathaniel, Jr 99 

Nathaniel M 99 

Nathaniel P 99 

Octavia T 99 

Richard 117 

Royal 101 

Roy S 117 

Samuel 99, 159 

Sherman R 117 

Wilber F 117 

Montgomery, Frederick 178 

Girldie 178 

Vesta 178 

William 89 

Moody, Affle L 104 

Annie 12T 

Beatrice H 220 

Constance A 220 

Converse D 104 

Daniel 104 

Dwight L 220 

Dwight L., Jr 220 

Earl 104 

Edward H 104 

Elijah B 104 

Emma C 220 

Florence B 104 

Harry S 104 

Horace 215 

Irene 220 

John B 104 

Joseph 104 

Mary W 220 

William R 220 

William W 104 

Moore, Fannie B 200 

Helen 128 

James 206 

Morley, Florence A 

Helen A 167 

Theodore A 167 

Morrill, George A 178 

Nahum P. and family 114 

Stephen 178 

Morin, Harriet 128 

Morris, Jacob 49 

Judith 49 

Morrison, Benjamin L 61 

Louise V r 61 

Morse, Affle V 89 

Augustus F 126 

Esther C 247 

Eva 142 

John C 247 



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Pages. 

Morse, Sophia 46 

Mosher. Mrs. James 199 

Mott, Lucretla 44 

Moxey, Maria M 74 

Mulloy, Joseph 27 

Muma, Christine J 137 

Esther 137 

Munsey, Harry 18o 

Hazel 180 

M. H. W ISO 

Marian 180 

Myrtle 180 

Murray, Charles N 176 

John 17G 

Mary 26, 125 

Myers, Addie 268 

Alice 268 

Eli 156 

Mary E 156 

Solomon 268 

Nason, Albion T 37 

Asenath 113 

Eliza A 118 

Maud M 37 

W. T 118 

William 113 

Neal, Catherine 65 

Harvey 197 

Needham, Angeline 168 

Nelson, Benjamin 157 

Charles H 157 

Eunice 198 

Frank and family 84 

Herbert and family 142 

Newell. Kent and family 137 

Washington 224 

Newland. Hattie May 137 

Lewis 137 

Newman, Charles E. and family. .250 

Nicholl. Catherine 216 

Peter 216 

Nichols, Annie M 26(» 

Hannah 23o 

James S. C 26(» 

John E 259 

Louisa 259 

Mary C 133 

Sarah 120 

Sarah L 26o 

Stephen 259 

Stephen. Jr 259 

Olive W 260 

William H 260 

Samuel 259 

Nickerson, Elizabeth 47 

Noble. Charles and family 79 

Norton, Benjamin 193 

Helen P 63 

Lorenzo, Dr 221 

Noyes, Etta 76 

Nute. Clara D 34 

Samuel 43 

Nutter, Fred and family 100 

Lydia 205 

Ober, .Tulia M 242 

Samuel 242 

Ocklngton. Ada M 222 



Pages. 

Ocklngton, John S 222 

Joshua S 222 

Laura J 222 

Orcutt, Agnes J 200 

Annie B 200 

Annie Beulah 200 

Charles E 199 

Edith E 200 

Edna G 200 

Frank Gasline 200 

Harry H 200 

Henry 199 

Henry J 199 

Jennie M 199 

Luella J 199 

Mildred O 200 

Moses 199 

Ralph S 199 

Ordway, Almira C 201 

Charles H 201 

Charles R 201 

Franklin J 201 

Fred James 201 

George W 201 

Helen A 201 

Orr, Arthur 90 

Arthur R 90 

Carrie H 90 

Charles Edwin 90 

Charles S 90 

Clement 64 

Emilv 94 

Fred A 90 

Hannah 96 

Horatio A. and family 86 

Hudson B. and family 89 

.Tames 94 

.Joseph 64 

Lettice 74 

Lizzie J 94 

Lucy F 90 

Rebecca 76 

Ruth 105 

Sinnett 89 

Osborne. Linda E 132 

Mark 126, 132 

Mary A 117 

Rebecca 125 

Osgood. Mary D 223 

Otis, James 20 

John 20 

Richard 20 

Rose 20 

Stephen 20 

Thomas 20 

Overbock, Sarah 192 

Owens, Emeline 245 

Jacob 245 

Packard, Elbridge W 123 

Paddock, Deborah 51 

George and family 112 

Nathaniel 51 

Page, Abigail Ill 

Annie E 39 

Julia Ann 58 

Paine. Arthur E 75 

Elmer L 253 

Kate 264 



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301 



Pages. 

Paine, Lena W 258 

Submit 7- 

Palmer, Barzillai 182 

Eliza S IS.-i 

Gertrude 207 

Harriet M 18.< 

Jacob 14.''> 

Katie 25o 

Lucian 183 

Margaret 1^4 

Mary R 145 

Nancie 18;^ 

Natlianiel 182 

S. D. Grasse 182 

Tliirza P 182 

Pamely, Henrietta 24(5 

Pardee, Frank 217 

Parker, Alice Ill 

Althea 5o 

Charlena R 9S 

Charles C 18:^ 

Harriet L 14;i 

Joseph Ill 

Nellie D 188 

R. B 98 

Richard L 124 

William 143 

Parks, Blanche E 145 

Parsons, Addison and family .... 46 

Jerusha 180 

Sarah 184 

Partridge, John A. and family... 130 

Patten, Elizabeth 48 

Parvin, John A 163 

Joseph 163 

Paul, Caroline 25 

Pease, Estabrook 73 

Lydia A 115 

Ralph Henry 73 

Shepard 115 

Peaseley, Timothy 30 

Peavey, Benjamin R 250 

Jane A 250 

Pelton, George D 165 

Nathan E 165 

Pendleton, Frank 182 

Pennell, David 108 

Fannie A 108 

Pepper, Charlie 59 

Perkins, Annie M 54 

Eliza A 181 

George G., Captain 54 

Olive 82 

William B 53 

Peterson, Lena 76 

Phelps, Amial B 120 

Amos F 129 

Charles A 129 

Charles W 129 

Emma J 129 

George W 12S 

John M 129 

Lilly F 129 

Mary 129 

Mary E 129 

Rozilla E 129 

William D 129 

Phillipps, Charles 144, 145 

Clarissa L 144 



Pages. 

Phillipps, Margaret C 145 

Ruth 230 

Phinney, Horatio 60 

Theresa 60 

Pickles, Francis 136 

Rachel F. B 136 

Pierce, Edward H 188 

Nettie 203 

Pike, Lois 194 

Pillsbury, Bethiah 256 

Piper, Bernard L 252 

Lucinda 33 

Robert F. L 252 

Pitman, G. N. M., Hon 215 

Icona T 215 

Levi C. and family 215 

Levi L 215 

Plummer, Dianna 116 

Erastus 58 

Harford 67 

M. W 67 

Ora L 58 

Sarah E 125 

Poland, Henry 19 

Pollard, Mabel 79 

Poole, Frank W 222 

Poor, Ida M 197 

Poore, Elizabeth J 247 

Pope, Emeline 143 

James 119 

Porter, Rebecca 148 

Potter, Arthur L 36 

Catherine 221 

Myrtle B 36 

Powers, Addie 141 

Pratt, Benjamin 66 

Jennie 132 

Preble, Martha A 74 

Mary Eliza 188 

Prince, Jonathan 125 

Joseph 125 

Prout, Fred W. and family. 105, 106 

Pullen, Cynthia 199 

Gilbert 199 

Pulsifer, Asa B 200 

Helen M 200 

Purinton, Jacob H. and family 25 

Lucy S 105 

Stephen 105 

Putnam, Arthur W 145 

Cyrus 152 

Horace C 145 

Quimby, Nellie D 60 

Mrs. R. A 201 

Reuben F 60 

Quint, A. H., Rev. Dr 3, 4, 9, 15, 21 

Quinn, Amanda S 157 

Arthur C 157 

Quintem, Charles L 74 

Maria 74 

Ramsdell, Cvrene W 97 

Elmer W 161 

Frances H 186 

Grace Jeannette 102 

Harry W 101 

Hillman 98 

Jesse 97 



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Pages. 

Ramsdell, Melona 98 

Nancy J lOli 

William 101 

William G. W 186 

Rand, Fred 35 

Hannah 27 

Randall, Arthur 87 

Isaac 150 

Martha 89 

Mary 199 

William 87, 89 

William and family 96 

Randolph, Cora V 126 

Rap, William 47 

Ray, Estella loo 

George W lo<» 

Goldie M loo 

.Justus M 100 

Leroy lou 

Leslie A loo 

Moses S 100 

Perley 100 

Samuel loo 

Stillman lOo 

Susannah C 93 

Vera A 100 

William 100 

Raymond, A. A 178 

Clifford A 178 

Emory J 178 

Reed, Ada A 175 

IJainbridge » 175 

Benjamin P 178 

Celia 178 

Cordelia 171 

Cynthia 178 

David and family 191 

Emily V 90 

Eugene K 178 

Franklin M 175 

Henry, Captain 177 

Izora E 175 

James 178 

James A 178 

.Teannette 175 

John 175 

John, Captain 178 

John Edward 178 

.Josephine 178 

Julia A 178 

Lucinda 104 

Lydla A 178 

Marietta 178 

Mary 174 

Osgood 175 

Robert 176 

Russell 175 

Sarah A 178 

Wilmot C 175 

Remick, Charles 118 

S. Lillian 118 

Reynolds, Kate II 42 

Sarah A 58 

Resdal, Arabella 264 

Thomas 264 

Rice, Alexander 55 

Betsy 255 

James W 260 

James R 260 



Pages. 

Ulce, Marion M 260 

Melissa 55 

Robert Bonner 260 

Rich, Eliza S 28 

Ezekiel 28 

Fred 220 

Helen 220 

Richards, Elbridge C 134 

Richardson, Annie H 221 

Esther 116 

Joseph 221 

Joseph T. and family 123 

Margaret 30 

Nelly M 221 

Richmond. Levi and family 132 

Kicker, Clarissa 87 

Louisa 215 

Higgs. Angela M 256 

Carrie A 108 

Ellen C 2.56 

George L 256 

lUley. Minnie 134 

IJingrove. Alice 156 

Ritchie, Marion L 32 

Roberts, Abigail 38 

Annie D 106 

Annie Dulcina 77 

Augusta 34 

Benjamin F. and family... 77 

Benjamin F 116 

Clara E 77 

Cora B 77 

Mrs. Emily 128 

George 34 

George Alvin 37 

George W 77 

Hannah Augusta 34 

Hattie M 77 

.Joseph, Lt 

Josephine 77 

Nahum 77 

Tina M 77 

Willie E 77 

Robertson, Albert .T. and family. 126 

Robinson, Addie M 93 

Harriet C 98 

John 93 

Sadie L 93 

Rogers. Ann E 109 

Betsy 221 

Edward, Dr 80 

Elijah R 106 

Ella S 108 

Emeline 215 

Frank 225 

Fred 100 

Freeman 225 

Hannah 213 

James 119 

John 215 

.John J 106 

Josephine B 80 

Levi 225 

Margaret E 109 

Mary 119, 180 

William 109 

Rollins, Abbie 54 

Betsv 106 

Calvin 157 



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303 



Pages. 

Rollins. Sliadrack 110 

Root, Betsy M 5S 

Ross, Ada M 114 

George W 73 

Reuben 114 

Rounds, Eliza 138 

Rowe, Helen M 194 

James 256 

Leila 256 

Solomon 194 

Royal, Catherine 

Sarah 16, 

Royer, Catherine 4'> 

Rumerv, Affle 10<> 

Annie 100 

Etta 100 

Henry lOd 

Isaac 100 

Mabel 100 

Nellie 100 

Pamelia 100 

Stephen . . ; 100 

Runnells, Eliza 248 

Russell, Frank 50 

Frankette 50 

Hannah 124 

Jemima 94 

Jewell J 125 

Philena 125 

Walter J 87, 90 

Safford, Alice J 246 

Charles 237 

Frank G 246 

George W 246 

John H 246 

Miles W 246 

Virginia M 246 

William C 246 

Sampson, Cyrus 166 

Fanny 166 

Proctor and family 123 

Ruth 122 

Sanborn, Benjamin 42 

Peter 42 

Sanford, Mary 127 

Sands, Daniel 64 

Sangster, Adam J 126 

Sargent, Anna E 185 

Charles C 244 

Edward B 184 

Edwin Lyman 184 

Eliza 181, 185 

Florence 185 

Margaret 142 

Oscar 184 

Stephen 184 

Weld 184 

Savage, Helen M 108 

Silas L 108 

Sophia H 223 

Sawtelle. Ambrose and family... 120 
Lotta 120 

Sawyer, Addle 93 

Addie E 123 

Adrianna 93 

Charles T. and family 95 

Edgar and family. Captain.. 94 
Emery and family 94 



Pages. 

Sawyer, Eugene 94 

George 94 

Hepzibah 179 

Horace F 94 

Josiah 93 

Levi 25 

Lenora 93 

Lillian D 93 

Mary 26, 152, 168 

Sally 101 

Sarah 93 

Susan 177 

Susie : 94 

Say ward, Carl Ober 243 

Elbridge 134 

Elliot 243 

Elliott T 243 

William O 244 

Scales, Burton T 42 

.Tames 42 

John 4, 42 

Robert L 42 

Scholfleld, Elizabeth 216 

Harvy H 217 

Ida E 129 

Mark M 217 

William D 216 

William R 217 

Scoese, John 217 

Mary 217 

Scott, Bertha A 138 

James Wingate 138 

Seabury, Alice 104 

Secord, Elijah 136 

Mary R 136 

Seavey, Clarissa 174, 187 

Seleg, Louisa 176 

Selkins, William 124 

Sevens, Alexas 184 

Sarah F 184 

Severance, Mary 15, 44 

Sevier, Roxanna 197 

Shaffer, .Jennie M 123 

Shattuck, Annie E 193 

John L 193 

Shaw, Marv 230 

Sarah J 201 

Shelbaker, Annie 52 

Shepherd, Charles E 36 

John H. and family 36 

Lydia 205 

Sherman, Charlotte T 178 

Claude H 178 

Elizabeth 174 

Hattie 178 

Ralph 84 

Shorev, Charles and family 134 

Shroder, Edward F 243 

Horatio S 243 

Roderick S 243 

Sigsbee, Louis L. and family ... .238 

Sigsworth. Mary A 187 

Sinnett. .Tames, Captain 109 

Ralph 108 

Skillings, Caroline 107 

Rose Y 108 

Slipp, Lucy M 131 

Sloper, Charles M 148 

Fred S 143 



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Pages. 

Sloper. Flora 143 

William 143 

Small. Carrie A 98 

Edwin R 72 

Martha 99 

Mary ,. . 97 

Mary M 134 

Ruth 169 

Uriah 97, 98, 99 

Smith, Abbie M 179 

Abbie R 49 

Betsy 33 

Catherine 13 

Charles 164 

Charlotte 27 

Deborah 45 

Elizabeth 39, 217 

Ella F 127 

Estelle M 267 

Florence 179 

Franklin 179 

Geneva M 179 

George S 267 

Georgie 28 

Henry 48 

Horace 27 

lola M 195 

John, Captain 6 

Joseph 34 

Lerov B 179 

Mark 60 

Mary B 112 

Mary F 131 

Mattie E 179 

Percy A 179 

Samuel 179 

Stephen A 179 

Thomas ,48 

Thomas and family 53 

William 237 

William B 10 

William E 87, 90 

William F 195 

William J. and family 49 

Snell. Joanna 23 

Thomas 23 

Snow, Jabez 47 

Samuel 217 

Sohler, Lena 130 

Soule, Dorothy 86, 102, 104 

Edward A 80 

Edwin A 80 

Lucy A 162 

Southern, Jane 43 

Spaulding, Emma L 183 

George W 18 

Gilman E 183 

Herbert H 183 

Josiah, Captain 183 

William Russell 183 

Spinney, John W. and family. . . 37 

Spofford, Amherst 205 

Stackpole, Lydia 25 

Stanton, Jenny 30 

Jesse 30 

Stanwood, Daniel 95, 100, 101 

Henrietta L 100 

Susie 95 

Staples, David H 29 



Pages. 

Staples, Sarah F 125 

Starbird, Samuel 22 

Starbuck, Eunice 51 

Nathaniel 51 

Phoebe 53 

Starrett, Clarence W 147 

Ernest W. and Jr 147 

Etta 146 

John L 146 

Stearns, Harriet A 125 

Steel, Hattie 97 

Jordan 97 

Stevens, Crosby 18 

Edward 93 

Ezra 50 

Joshua C. and family 256 

Mabel 220 

Marah B 256 

Mina G 256 

Roscoe 18 

Stewart, Helen 216 

Martha 137 

Ruth 258 

William R 216 

Stickney, Whitfield 125 

Stinson, Cyrus 144 

David G 188 

Hester A 144 

Tsa C 188 

Stockbridge, Addie 92 

Amy 92 

Annie 92 

Catherine 96 

Charles A 92 

Ebenezer 92 

Hannah 92 

Ira C 92 

Katherine 92 

Joseph P 92 

Louisa 92 

Lydia 85, 91 

Mary E 92 

Mary L 92 

Micah ; . .91, 92 

Nathaniel 92 

William H 92 

Stockwell, Emilv M 223 

William R 223 

Stone, Eliza J 221 

Lauretta 85 

Moses 85 

Thomas J 85 

William and family 55 

Storing, Charles E 154 

Stoughton, Anthony 20 

Gilbert 20 

Lawrence 20 

Nicholas, Sir 20 

Rose 20 

Thomas 20 

Stover, Almira M 105 

Cora 96 

David C 105 

Elizabeth 103 

Isaac 86 

.Tohnson, Captain 83 

Joshua 79 

Mercy J 108 

Mindwell 92 



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305 



Pages. 

Stover, Nathaniel 96 

Paul 83 

Thankful 79 

Wanton 83 

Stuart, Margaret 34 

Streamfleld, Andrew C 251 

Carl J 25 

Street, Edith 34 

Streeter, Dorothy 245 

Francis V. and Jr 245 

Percival 245 

Strode, Elizabeth 186 

Strope, Clarence 41, 267 

Emma Alice 41 

Strout, Delia 94 

Eudora 75 

Franklin P 75 

.Tames B 75 

Louise 75 

Mary 74 

Rose V 155 

Stephen 83 

Stillman 75 

Swaine, Deborah 52 

Elizabeth 52 

George 52 

George, Jr., and family 53 

Josiah 52 

Margaret 53 

Phoebe 53 

Sydleman, Charles C. and fam- 
ily 81 

Daniel B 81 

John B 81 

John W. and family 81 

May B 81 

Sophia 157 

Sylvester, Mrs. Ella (Aldrich) . . 86 
Nathaniel 86 

Symons, Edna F 154 

Prank F 154 

' Joel 154 

Joseph Henry 154 

Wm. P 154 

Taber, Sarah 161 

Talbot, Jeremiah 72 

.Tulia S 72 

Tapley, Amos 265 

Tarp, Elizabeth 182 

Taylor, George 116 

Georgianna 116 

Mrs. Mary R 136 

Tasker, Alfred, Deacon 42 

Anna F 42 

Asenath A. 42 

Cynthia J 42 

Ellen 42 

Elisha 42 

Elisha S 42 

Emily A 42 

Hannah P 42 

John G 42 

Judith 42 

Rev. Levi B 42 

Lillian B 42 

Martha M 42 

Mary B 42 

20 



Pages. 

Tasker, Nathaniel 42 

Nicholas 42 

Vincent P ". . . 42 

William 42 

Tebbetts. Abigail 24, 186 

Elizabeth (Robbins) 25 

Ephraim 24 

Eunice 175 

James, Captain 186 

Joseph 25, 202 

Mary C 55 

Marv W .176 

Phoebe 25 

Rebecca 202 

Sarah 203 

Thomas 15 

William B 176 

Thomas, Jerome 147 

Mary E 81 

Thompson, Charles 31 

Charlotte 209 

Elizabeth D 115 

Harry A 78 

Isabella A 48 

James 115 

Joel 174 

Joseph 174 

Julia 174 

Lettice 115 

Mary J 135, 137 

Nancy 66 

Samuel 174 

Samuel, Jr 191 

William 76, 98 

Thurston, Eliza A 221 

Thwoits, Luella 202 

Tillinghast. Adelaide S 257 

Tilton, Julia M , 41 

Tingley, Joseph B 195 

Ruth 195 

Tirrell, Mrs. Sarah C 199 

Todd, John 95 

Lewis and family 95 

Toothaker, Annie A 74 

George H., Captain 74 

Helen R 74 

James E 74 

.John P 74 

S£th 68, 74 

Stephen, A. D 74 

Torrence, Alice M 196 

Charles S 196 

Emma 196 

Fred E 196 

James M 196 

Jennie F 196 

Levi 196 

Nellie M 196 

Orrin P 196 

Rufus J 196 

Samuel 196 

Torrey, Herbert and family 27 

Towne, Jedediah 54 

Sally 56 

Tracey, Adoniram J 93 

Angle B 100 

Clara B 93 

Wilbur J. and family 113 

Trask. Leander 127 



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Pages. 

Travers, Theresa J 197 

Treworgj', Nancy T lOa 

Trickev, Emily S 213, 214 

.Tames C 213 

Marv 224 

Tripe. Elizabeth 38 

Richard 38 

Trow. Almira 145 

Tiipper, Charles, Sir 188 

(iertrude A 188 

Isaac W 93 

Turner, Ada M 93 

Alfred F 62 

Annie L 96 

Bessie May 208 

Carrie Lee 93 

Charles F. and family 96 

Charles G 95 

Charity A 92 

Clemance N 96 

Delceanna A 92, 9.". 

Dianna 93 

Earl A 208 

Edwin 208 

Ephraim 95, 98, 101 

Ernest E 95 

Etta M - 95 

Fannie M 94 

Florence L 95 

Frank A. and family 95 

Geneva M 96 

Grace E 208 

Harrv M 208 

Hiram 92 

John 151, 208 

.Tohn Alfred 208 

John O 130 

Julia E. and family 96 

Leila E 208 

Martha H 95 

Nathaniel, Captain 94 

Orinda 151 

Phoebe S. and family 94 

Raymond 208 

Rebecca 93 

Sarah J 110 

Sarah J. and family 95 

Sidney H 93 

Solon and family 92, 96 

Walter E 208 

William P 208 

Zina F. and family 93 

Tuttle. Annie E 31 

Asa C 25 

Eliza P 25 

.Tames 24 

John 23 

.Joseph 24 

Joseph E 25 

Lizzie S 34 

Mary 213 

William P 25 

Stephen 25 

Twitchell, Harold H 220 

O'Neil 220 

Tyler, Mary 189 

Upton, Mary 256 

Samuel 197 



Pages. 

Vandeburg. Alice G 41 

Varnev. Albert 

Emily S 251 

Doris V 251 

Ivory 251 

Isaac 25 

Mary 25, 131 

Vasbinder, Annie 137 

Veinott, Joseph and family 77 

Vickery, David 38 

Eunice 99 

Vining, Mary J 127 

Olive L 129 

Virgin, Unia V 197 

Wadsworth. Abbie J 112 

Abbv J 124 

Daniel 112 

Emily N 124 

Ephraim 131 

Eva 127 

Frank and family 131. 132 

Franklin 123 

Florence 123 

George and family 131 

Harriet C 124 

Jennie M 123 

Julia A 131 

Lizzie M 131 

Maria 160 

Martha 131 

Moses G 124 

Philip S 123 

Wendell F 123 

William B 157 

Waining. Philip 195 

Sarah H 195 

Waite. Marv J 184 

Wakefield. Kate A 195 

John 195 

Walker, Elizabeth 244 

Fannie 43 

Hannah 42 

Margaret 146 

Wallace. Ada F 89 

Donald K 164 

Dorothy W 164 

Earl P 164 

Fern 164 

Glenroy 164 

Hannah 19 

Hannah E 109 

Ida 164 

Jeanne F 164 

Joanna W 97 

John 163 

John E 163 

Josiah 82, 97, 101 

Lillian D 164 

Louise E 163 

Louise F 163 

Lorania L 164 

Lvle K 164 

Marv 101 

Olive 101 

Pam'elia 16 

Richard R 163 

Sarah 82 

William 163 



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Pages. 

Wallace. William Deering 163 

William Harold 163 

Ward. Aaron 95 

Aaron F 98 

Aaron M 96 

Abbie E 98 

Albert 11 98 

Carrie L 98 

Cliarles A 47 

Charles C 98 

Charles M 98, 99 

Clayton M 99 

Edwin A 157 

Elizabeth S 97 

Emma L 97 

Eva C 98 

Fred U. .-. 98 

Georgia D 98 

Gilbert H 99 

Hannah J 98 

Herbert L 97 

Joseph 96, 97 

Joseph A 97 

Josie H 97 

Lemuel and family .... 134, 135 

Malinthe J 97 

Marcia E 98 

Mary H 72 

Mary 1 97 

Marv Melona ' 98 

Melville C 97 

Melville W 97 

Micajah C 97 

Nathaniel P 97 

Obadiah C 98 

Phoebe Ellen 95 

Rena R 98 

Rinda B 99 

Samuel 134 

Walsh, Caroline 125 

Warren. Wm. B 202 

Wass, Sophronia 92 

Watson, Wra. B 70 

Waugh, Brice H. and family. ... 59 

Sophia P 60 

Way. Pollv 49 

Weatherlv, Alice 186 

Lemuel 186 

Webb, Bulffi 222 

Doris G 222 

John L. and family 32 

Webber. Abigail 66, 136 

David and familv 90 

Edna R 70 

Harry 90 

Helen U 90 

Isaac 178 

John ^ 206 

Lydia F 93 

Phineas 66, 90 

Sumner D 70 

Susan C 90 

Susannah C 87 

Waitstill 66 

Webster, Annie 177 

Weeks. Mary E 108 

Welch. Pollansbee L., Dr.. and 

family 237 

Lizzie A 29 

Mary 22 



Pages. 

Welch, Minnie B 180 

Stephen E 180 

Thomas 29 

Wells. Blanche P 248 

Mary 249 

Susan 203 

Wentworth, Alonzo 91 

William G 222 

West, Arthur M 99 

Bertha 19 

Elizabeth 18 

George S 99 

Hannah B 99 

Irving J 99 

Peggy 18 

Zemro and family 99 

Westman, Catherine 188 

Weymouth, Eugene LeRoy and 

familv 113 

Wheeler, Albert 175 

Elizabeth F 124 

Maud M 130 

Whitaker, John F 216 

Lester R 216 

Walter 1 216 

Wilbur F 216 

Whitcomb, Chester 100 

WMlbert ICO 

White. Albert D 102 

Alberton D. aud familv ... 82 

Alonzo F 180 

Annie L 102 

Carrie P . .184 

Charles E 102 

Chester L 102 

Daniel . . 102 

Edward 265 

Elizabeth 101 

Frederic M 102 

Luella 33, 265 

Margaret 102 

Martha 183 

Moses R 184 

Vera J 102 

Whitfield, Wm. A 61 

Whittle. Cha-rles E 220 

Major Daniel W 220 

Dorothy 220 

IMargaret 220 

Marv 220 

Ruth 220 

Webster W 220 

Whitney, Abel 31, 37 

Clara L 37 

Mrs. Emilv J 31, 37 

Wiggins, Arthur M 208 

Elsie G 208 

Faustina 260 

Mabel 128, 129 

Parker T 208 

Thomas P 208 

Wight, Eliphalet 195 

Ephraim 195 

Eva 195 

Wiley. Benjamin 221 

Nellie 221 

WMlland, Mabel 35 

Willey, Dianthe 58 

Veranus and familv 84 

Williams, Bessie 136 



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Pages. 

Williams, Ida L 208 

Thomas 171 

Capt. Wm. H 208 

Willis 180 

Willlamsou, Hannah 154 

Wilson, Carrie 122 

Charles S loT 

David 74, 82 

David II. and family 75, 82 

Edward 209 

lOlIa F 209 

Esther A 90 

I'^ranc-es E 208 

Horace V 209 

.Tohn 107 

Iva (" 209 

I.ydia 105 

Margaret 74 

Mary .1 160 

Samuel 209 

Thomas 160 

William 105 

Wing. Adam 119 

Augustus J 119 

Benjamin 119 

Carrie P 119 

Charles B 120 

Desire 58 

Edward 121 

Esther M. and family 120 

George B 120 

Paul 120 

Phoebe and familv 120 

Ruth E \ 120 

Samuel W 120 

Sarah 119 

Stephen F 120 

Susan 120 

Zaccheus 119 

Winkley, George L 35 

John F 34 

John L 35 

Winter, Lucy 115 

Winters, Anna A 132 

Charles W 30 

Winthrop, Governor 3 

Winslow, Anna 152 

Blanche A 112 

Charles 151 

Charles E 112 

Daniel 112 

Daniel W 112 

Emily C 151 

Gilbert A 151 

Joshua 151 

Harriet A 151 

Harry D 156 

Henry B 151 

Joshua 151 

Leon A 112 

Ivouise A 112 

Lucy A 112 

M. Pear] 112 

Maria A. and family 113 

Martha E. and family.. 112, 113 

Martha D 90 

Martha Lizzie 112 

Mary E 156 

Moses Ill 

Mrs. Nancy 156 



Pages. 

Winslow. Phoebe 152 

Hose and familv 113 

Kosilla 151 

Sybil H . .151 

Wm 112 

Wra. A .112 

Wm. II 112. 151 

Wisdom. Sarah C 137 

Wiswell. Cora M 215 

Frank E 215 

Frank II 215 

Jacob B 215 

Wonson. Ezra 48 

Georgianna 48 

Wood. Abbie F 157 

Hannah 145 

Wilbur 134 

Woodbury. Caroline 73 

Esther 126 

Ida May 70 

liizzie II 115 

Maude A 70 

Uobert A 70 

Woodice. Amos 225 

Jennie 213 

Woodworth, Amy 65, 68 

Benjamin 68 

Ellen C 119 

.Joseph 68 

Samuel .' 68 

Walter 68 

Worth. Isaiah (i 123 

Worthing. Elmer 159 

Lucia A 159 

Wright. Albert 186 

Alden A 164 

Alden B 164 

Cleveland 186 

Effie 165 

Ernest 164 

Florence A 165 

Ida A 164 

John 164 

Dr. John S 186 

Llewellyn 164 

Reuben F 60 

Wm 186 

Wylie. Benjamin 205 

Mrs. Mary ." 176 

Wyman, Howard B. and family, 120 
Captain Joseph D. and family 96 

Yarwood. .John a 38 

Yeaton. Mrs. Betsy 116 

Edith 76 

Isaac 116 

John 96 

Ruby S 96 

Y'eans, Clara D 174 

York, Wm. J. and family 110 

Young, Charlotte 171 

Ellen S 35 

Flora A 141 

Gertrude E 195 

Hannah 25 

John 31 

Margaret A 82 

Roxanna 31 

Sarah 31 

Walter 88