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GENEALOGY COLLECTION 



1833 01430 1599 



SEARLE GENEALOGY 

by 
Rev. William H. Searles . D.D. 



129GG32 



The SEA RLE Monument 

in the Southampton cemetery 



I a D E X 



SEARLE FAMILY GENEALOGY 



ADAMS 



--' LIS 



Eugene 71 

Harriet (Clark) 71 

■I arion Clark 70 71 



ALDRICH 

Elizabeth 82 83 

Elizabeth (Page) 83 

Joseph I 83 



ALEXANDER 

Abigail(;omeroy)(3earle) 8 
Nathaniel S 



Catherine Hurlbut 72 
Daniel Vait 70 71 
Dex^ e r r ^u¥lb 7 ut 2 71 72 
Edward -lit on 71 72 
Flora aay (Castle) 71 
Florence H ( igfctnan) 71 
Jairua Furlbut 71 
Jairue Searle Furlbut 71 72 
Josephine taffeta 71 
Buy ait 70 71 
iilton ightaan 72 
Sarah Jane (T T urlbut) 70 



ALLEE 



Alice ( loore) 53 

Dolly i'Athrina(-.earl) 90 

Edward Searl 94 

Ella Turner 94 

George Sneworth 40 

Gertrude Elizabeth 40 

John 61 

liuanna 81 

Margaret louiee 94 

idary Elizabeth (Searle) 40 

Uehitable (Searl) 15 

Park 'est 90 93 

Robert Searl 94 

Samuel Augueta 94 

Seymour 40 

Silas 17 

Susan F 61 

Whiting 15 



.LVORD 

Rebecca (Searl) 
Zebediah 13 


13 


usest 

Gowernor 


74 




.RMS 

Achsa :.iaris 
Charles 44 
rarriet lecta (Clark) 
Julia Maria 44 
Maria 8 (Clark) 44 
illiam 3 44 



ARNOLD 

General 22 



ALLEY 



I SI OR 



Mary r< 42 78 



Mary Ursula 93 



ATHERTON 




BARTLETT 


3arah 10 




Grace Mary 63 
Helen (Cook) 63 
Irene 63 


A TWA TEH 




Jennie iydia 62 63 


Hattie C'.oore.} 


53 


lydia A 62 

'-'ary (Duller.) 62 

Mary (Carter) 63 


AUSTIN 




Mary B 62 


Thankful 22 




Mary S (lewton) 62 
Minnie (8ird) 62 
Eellie May 63 


BAKER 




Ralph A 63 


Hepzibab 8 




Rhoda (^earl) 36 6: 


Isabel 84 




Ruth Lord 63 
Samuel I 62 
Samuel P 36 62 






Seth Clark 62 63 


Lydia (Searl)(-ood8) 18 


Susan M (Hilton) 62 


Sillier 18 




BA3COH 


BARKER 




Abigail (rurlburt) i 


Elizabeth J 55 


Ilisha 49 50 






Fanny 49 






Irene 20 


BARKES 






Rozana 50 




BASSETT 

Elizabeth 60 


BARUUM 






Effie :.*aria (Snyder) 68 




George tUUn 


68 


BATES 


Jullna Augusta (Searle) 68 


Emily A 51 


"illiG- Jrson 


68 


Keren H 53 

Hndwell (Seward) 3] 

Rachel 27 


BART LETT 




Stephen 31 


Albert Harvey 


62 63 


Timothy P 21 


Alice 63 






Alice A (Ford) 


62 63 




Almin P 62 63 


BAULDWIK 


Anna Elizabeth 


62 


Richard 3 4 


Arthur L 62 




Sarah 3 4 



S3 



49 50 



Arthur Kewton 63 
Austin L 62 
Charles A 63 
Dwight 3 62 
Edmon Uiletus 62 63 
Edson F 62 
Elizabeth 11 22 
Emerson -ugene 62 63 
Experience 18 20 
Flora Maud 63 
Prank Albert 63 



BAYLIS 

Molly Ann (3earl)(^yman)( Ward) 40 
Thomas 



BELDEK 

Jtary Ellen 75 90 
Miriam (Brown) 90 
Stephen 90 



BELL 



Gdward Harris 55 
Josephine (Searl) 55 



BIAOM 

aary 22 



BBHCR 

Franklin F 68 

Lucinda lucetta (Searl) 68 



BIRD 



ainnie 62 



BI9R0P 

Alice Searle (iyman) 82 
Charles Alvord 82 



sues 



Frances 3 57 



BRIDGJAK 

Julietta 


66 


BaceatB 

Elieha 


18 


BROOKS 

Mercy 


21 


BROTO! 

Caroline A 63 
Jases & 85 
Katherine (Searl) 13 
Miriam 90 
ti&ry A 43 
Rose P 60 
Mm 13 
True love 7 


BUDD 

Joseph 


69 



BLAIR 



Anna 34 



BULL 



Martha 68 



BLAKKIK3»IP 

Uary 45 46 



BULLED 

fiary 62 



BLISS 



Caleb 56 

Henrietta J 34 56 
Joanna ( I ileox ) 56 



Bl X»D 



Augusta L 42 81 

Lemuel B 81 
Luanna (Mien) 81 



Bl&DY 



Deborah 40 



BURGESS 

Lisetta Ames 63 



3URG0, 

General 22 



B03W0RTH 

?4ary 29 40 
Deborah (Bundy) 40 
Zadoc 40 



BRAILY 

Addie L 38 



3URK 



Franklin 61 



BURT 



A lids I 61 

Anna 19 

Cora ( Longs treet) 61 



3UHT 



Delos Clark 61 
Dorcas (Clark; 61 
Felicia (Searl) 36 
Frances Ann (Runt) 61 
Frank Allen 61 
Frank Runt 61 
Franklin 36 61 
George Mansfield 61 
Grace .\iartyn 61 
Henry iartyn 61 
Lucetta 78 
Luther King 61 
Marietta Rowland) 61 
Martin 61 

treog 61 
Philip Punt 61 
Salome 29 
Seauel 61 
Susan P (Allen J 61 



CHAMBER LA E: 
Abbie 

Edwin Pitney 65 
Kannah ..lariah 65 
Henry Augustus 65 
John B 37 65 
Lorenzo -learl 65 
Mary 33 

Nancy Ann (Ghsniberlain) 65 
Susan Augusta ("arner) 65 
Sylvanus 65 
Thankful (3 earl) 37 



CPAPIK 

Carra 



17 



BUSK 



Eel lie 48 



CADMIS 

Jasper G 64 



CAR Ft, , 

Daaaris (Houghton) 87 
Jaha2iel 87 
Sarah 87 



SBAPMAJ 

Charles rr enry 73 
Dolly(3earl) 39 73 
Frank T'erhert 73 
Hannah B (Mix 73 
Harriet :iiza 73 
Mary Jane 7? 
Slary B 30 
Paul 73 

Ruth (Pomeroy 73 
Sarah Maria 73 
Sarah i (Morgan) 73 
Sardis 2 39 73 



CIA? 



CARR 



Alida Z (Burt J 61 

Mason 61 



CARRIER 

Hannah 33 



CARTER 

Mary 63 



CASTLE 

Flora :ay 71 



(Hulbert) 14 

Abigail 14 

Abigail (Ssarl) 14 25 

Achsa 14 

Alain 50 

Andres J 50 

Bele 14 

Betsey (Leach) 14 

Chester 20 

Cyrus 14 

Diana ("heldon) 14 

Klecta (Sheldon) 33 

Elijah 14 26 

lizabeth 18 
tlrastus 14 
.ather 14 
Eunice 70 
Jerueha (Kannua) 20 
Joel 20 
Luther 14 
;>:ary 14 



CUP 



Mercy 14 

.*ercy (Poraeroy. 20 

a indwell (Strong) 14 

Kaomi 14 25 33 

Ophelia ,'ugusta (?eerl) 50 

Cuartus 33 

Rhoda (strong) 33 

Ro2ana (Barnes) 50 

Samuel 14 

3elah 14 25 

Submit (Searl) 14 

3ubmit 14 

Tbaddeue 33 



CIARK 

Abigail 14 

3a ("earl) 31 44 
Aeh8a Soman tha 44 
Almanaa & Hubbard 48 
Ann J^aria 79 
Anna 11 42 
Clarence -J 59 
Chloe 14 
Dolly 27 39 
Dorcae 61 
Dwight 79 
P'benezer C 59 
Edwards 31 44 

lizaheth ( :dwords) 4 
Emily I ( rif-ht) 54 
Erastus K 
Eugene Strong 
Eunice ('trong) 39 48 
Eunice { right; 27 
Experience 19 
Gad 14 

Gertrude Agnea 48 
Gilee 20 

Hannah (Edwards) 14 
7'arriet 71 
Harriet : lecta 44 
Herbert vtrong 48 
tfuldah (po.aeroy) 20 
Jairus Emerson 48 
Jehiel 14 
Jemima 25 
Jerusha 52 
John 14 35 
John ' 8 14 
Joseph Strong 48 
Julia I 7T 
Julia (Freeman) 35 
Lswis Sheldon 54 



CLARK 

Lilla J 
Lois 21 

Lovisa 3 ( heldon) 48 
Lucy (Searl) 23 
Lucy 5 Jrsi ("earl) 42 
Maria 3 44 
:aria Eliza (earl) 59 
Martha 14 
Mary Geeenlees 59 
<a'ary A (.tiller) 51 
aary H 79 
iloses 23 
alyron Viilbur 48 
Kellie (uuah)(S'il9on) 48 
Soah 39 48 
Oliver 20 
Oscar 51 
Rhode (.......} 79 

Rowena (Searl)' 31 48 

Samuel "d war da 1! 

Sarah (strong' 14 

3ela 27 

Simeon 79 

Spencer 44 

Strong 31 48 

Submit (Searl) 8 14 25 

Submit 0'hite)(Judd) 14 

Susanna 43 

Tertius 42 79 



CLSVELAKB 

President 83 



COIT 



Nellie Julia 56 



COLEMAN 

Addie L (Braily) 38 
Anna (Searle) 27 38 
Belle M (Phelps) 38 
Bertha Lyman 38 
Camilla J 38 
Carrie 36 
Catherine 23 
Catherine (i:dwards) 23 
Dorcae Charlette 3S 
Dorcas (3 earl) 25 

leaser 27 38 
Emerson S 38 
Emma 3 (Lyman) 38 
Fanny 38 



36 38 



totntti 

Florence 3 38 
Frank B 38 
Lemuel 23 25 36 
Nellie J 38 
3arauel 25 
Samuel H 38 
Sarah 27 36 



oms 



38 



COOK 



Helen (. 



) 63 



CRO*ELL 

Elizabeth J (Barker) 55 
t.'loise .' arguerite 55 
Fanny Utchell 55 
Ida Dell (Searl) 55 
Kelson . 55 
iioyes lien 55 
Robert Kelson 55 
Rufus L 55 



DAY 



John 4 

3amuel 4 



Ebenezer 61 
• lecta 25 
Frederick 32 
George I 61 
Rattle 61 
Helen 61 
Joseph B 32 
Julia 32 
Mary Strong ! xxrt) 
Pbirille (earl} 



DEAS 



6] 



as 



32 



Oharles ^'er.ry 30 
Eliza 90 92 
Mary Selden (;~;earl) 90 
Silliaa Henry 90 92 



CURTIS 




DEIANCY 


Lydia 21 




Bethsins (Searl) 39 
Silllem 39 


DALTON 

■ lien (:';earl; (Knight) 51 


DERISOh 


Fred L 51 
DAKFORTH 




John 7 

DEWEY 


Tlanna' 15 

BARKS 




Catherine (Voina) 86 
Eliza Lyman 86 
Eugene F 85 
Eugene Francis Or land 86 


Caleb 26 




Helen kd wards 86 


Dorothy 26 




Jennette (itoren) 86 


Jemima £4 




John r:l -It 85 


Princess {.'■earlj 


26 


Julia searl (v right) 85 


Rebecca (Rust) 


13 


story Searl 8G 


Rebecca 11 13 


24 


Molly 24 


Robert 13 




Otia Hill 86 


Samuel 24 




Roland Edward 86 


Thankful 13 




DICKIKSQ^ 


BAM M 




Col. John 26 


Aaaziah 13 






Dorcas ( >omeroy) (Norton) 19 


DIKES 



Colonel 26 



BXI2S 



Anna (Piarce 
Joseph 69 
Sarah J 37 60 



69 



goni . 



Florence (::opp) 52 
Henry P.ufua 52 
Henry Smith 52 
Julia If (Loomis) 52 
Olive (Hull) 52 
Rosalia Louisa 52 
-illiam "erschel 52 



DORSET 
tax? 



n 



DCKBAR 

Hannah (Danforth) 
John 17 

iiehotabls 9 15 17 
ev. Saouel 15 17 



DSIGH? 

Timothy 13 



IS 



EDWARDS 

Josephine strong 84 

Julia tan 

Luther 31 45 

Marietta 80 

•lartha I (lyjian} 84 

^ary 4 

Mary 3 fryer) 45 46 

Kathaniel 4 

Ae "race (Searl) 80 
Rachel (~earl) 31 45 
Rachel Corinthia 45 47 
Richard 4 
Robert r llery 80 
Sarah 4 25 
Sarah Marietta 45 
Sarah (Pierepont, 5 
Sarah (Sheldon) 45 
Samuel 4 
Susan 3ophia 45 
Timothy 4 
Lliea 4 

allay 46 



EGG Li: 

Dolly 



24 23 






urea 



Mary (Blankinship) 45 46 

eastsan 

Alice ray 68 



Iflura taatira 



EVERETT 

Polly 23 
Richard 3 



S3 



EDWARDS 

Abigail 

Alexander 3 4 6 

Amelia Jane 45 

Benjamin 4 

Catherine 23 36 

Catherine Louisa 45 

Ellen :;aria 80 

Elizabeth 4 

09or& K 84 

Hannah 4 14 

Henry Dearborn 46 

Henry Luther 45 

3ev. Jonathan 4 15 16 

Jonathan Jr. 5 

Joseph 4 



FAIRBANKS 

Flora Iteud* (v'artlett) 63 
George 63 



fairc: 

ary ( ) 13 



FA IRIS AN 

betsey (tight) 59 
3u 59 
lien f 42 
Helen Virginia 80 
Maria c?. 
Nancy (Sibbs) 80 
Qran 
Samuel 



FIELD 

Mary (Edwards) 4 
Helen Saline 85 
John 4 



FOLEY 

George 



13 



GAY LORD 

Abigail 54 
lvirah 71 
Joseph Searle 70 71 
Joeiah 58 
Lucinda (Smith) 58 
Mary Allie (Hurlbutj 70 71 
Mary E (Doreey) 71 
Philomelsa 35 58 
Sullivan Searle 71 



FORD 



Alice A 62 63 
Caroline A (Brown) 
Carrie A 87 
Charles A 63 



GEORGE 

Tucindn 



68 



S3 



»Z3H] 



l.ancy 80 



FORREST 

Goner a 1 



33 



FOSTER 

Julia 8 (Arsas) 
William 1 44 



F08I£S 

Frances 5 (Searl )(Frary) 51 
Gardner 51 



FRARY 

Frances 8 (Searl) 51 
Koah Frank 51 



FREEMAN 

Alaira 35 

Asher P 35 

Augustus 35 

Edward 35 

Elisha 35 

Fidelia (Searl) 35 

Julia 35 

Martha 35 

Mary 35 

UorrU 35 



GILBERT 

Daniel 17 
ft a than 26 



GILLET 

Jonathan 7 

Ruth 6 

Ruth (Searl) 7 



GLADS IN 

Lewellyn 81 
CORHAM 

Amelia 36 

Daniel 77 

Daniel Searle 77 

Frances Warier. 77 

Phi lose lia Thurston (Searle) 

Sally (Stearns) 77 

Seneca Lucius 39 77 



G0RI1AK 

Frank Chapman 52 
Rosalie L (Doane) 



<oZ 



FULP 



GRAVES 

Aspasia 39 

Eunice Cordelia ("earl) 39 



Laura 



GALES 



hoe' a 



tfl 



Azubah 7 



GREEK LEES 

Mary 59 



HOLMES 

Alice (searl) 88 
Frank 3 88 



son 



r. 



75 



HOUGRTCS 

DOMCls 



87 



HALL 



Duane C 64 

John Bradford 37 64 69 

Lueetta (3earle) 37 64 

Paraenas 64 

Fenninah 64 



HOWARD 

Dora Eloise (searl) 
Harry S 88 
Helen M 33 
Lucy 68 



hankum 

Anna (Searl) 25 

Benoni 25 

Dorothy (Danke) 26 

~leazer 26 

Hannah 23 25 

Jerueha 20 

John 19 

Lucy A 54 

Mary 11 26 

Phoebe (Searl) 25 

Rachel 28 

Rachel (Pomeroy) 19 

Seth 25 

Terza Naomi 40 41 



R08 



Ichabod 18 
Mercy (3earl) 18 



HUBBARD 

Almanza I 



M 



HULL 



Olive C 52 



HURT 



Frances Ann 61 
Seth 61 



HATCH 



Caroline (Owen) 78 

Horace A 78 

Lucy Jane (Searl) 78 



RILL 



Carrie I. 84 

Felix Grundy 93 

John 85 

Liselle 90 93 

Mary Ursula (Alley) 93 

Otie G 43 85 

Rachel B (Searl) (fright) 43 85 



HILTON 

Susan 8 62 



HITCHCOCK 
Luke 



HURLBUT 

14 

Abigail 49 

Aeaph 39 70 

Asenath (Searle) 39 

Charlotte Hoi lister 71 

Cornelius Searle 70 71 

Dexter A His 70 

-dward Asaph 70 

Eunice (Clapp) 70 

-irs. Frank i 72 

Jairua -3 ear la 70 72 

Julia Ann (Sampson) 70 72 

Louis Seneca 70 

Mabel Grace 70 

Marion Clark Adams 70 71 

idarion Elisabeth 70 71 

Martha Asenath 70 71 

Mary A His 70 71 

,iary Sait (Allis) 70 

Milton Clark 70 

(continued) 



HURLBUT 

Prieeilla (romeroy) 20 
Sarah Jane 70 71 
Seth 20 
Stephen 70 
Thomas 70 



RYLAKD 

Liary Jane 



50 



KELLOGG 

Jonathan 7 
Joeeph 13 
Ruth (Searl) 7 



ESLLI 



John 40 

Mary Elizabeth 40 



JEAJiES (Janes) 
Mary 6 
Ruth 3 6 7 
William 6 7 



&ILBURN 

Emma Jane (%earl) 68 
Horatio Harrison 66 
Lucy (Howard) 68 
Roswell A 68 



Farm 18 

Lyman R 49 
Mary "veline 49 



KING 



Ebenezer 6 
Lydia (Searl) 6 



ra n 

A laena 40 

AlTirah 82 

Marie Elizabeth 91 



J'JDD 



Allen 57 

Catherine Ldeards^Parsons) 47 

Elizabeth Sophia 57 

Frances B (Black) 57 

Frederick E 47 

Harriet C 57 

Henry W 57 

Jennie A 57 

John Dsight 57 

Jonathan 11 12 

Lucelia (Thorp) 57 

Manuscript 17 

Otis Allen 57 

Phi la (Laidlaw) 57 

Sarah 57 

Sarah Ellen (Searl) 57 

3ophia (Searl) 35 57 

Submit (v<hite) 14 

lets on 3 57 

Willard 35 57 

ffilliam 14 



KIBQ81SX 

Ebenezer 24 
Sarah 11 24 

KNIGHT 

Ellen L (Searl) 51 
Emily (Searl) 35 
Hearse 35 
Phineas ? 51 



max, 



Fannie E 47 



KOPP 



Florence 



LAIDLAW 

Phi la 57 



LAalPHEAR 

Miriam 60 



LEACH 

Betsey 14 



58 



LEE 



Daniel 9 
Slisha 26 
Eunice (Searl) 
Mary (Searl) 26 



LEOMRD 
Ball) 



LS3ELLX', 

Laura F 59 



LGEGLEY 

Colonel 61 



LCSJOSTRSET 
Cora 61 



LOOMIS 

Charles l benczer 52 
Curtis 52 

Emiline A ( Vomer ) 52 
Earns Isabel 52 
Esther A (Searl) 32 52 
Experience I 18 
George Dwight 52 
George Kathan 52 
Julia Ann 52 
Julia Inrls 52 
Jerusha (Clark) 52 
fOTisa 25 
Lucy B 42 73 
Marcus Iyon 52 52 
Maria Jane 52 
Rosalie Louisa 52 
illiaa Henry 52 



LUDMNOTOK 

Capt. Daniel 
Kaomi (Searl) 



Anna (Slair) 


34 


Carrie (Hill) 


84 


Clarissa 27 




Crispus 82 




Janiel 42 




Edith Hearlo 


84 


Electa 34 




flecta (Searl) 


& 



23 

23 



ilisa Bates (Searl) 43 82 

Elizabeth (/.Idrich) 82 83 

Ella G (Smith) 84 

'■■■-yn ' iley) 82 

Emma Josephine 82 

;3raa 3 38 

Francis :lley 82 

Frederick 3 84 

George P 78 

Harriet B 84 

Flattie B 84 

Helen U (Searl) 78 

Herbert 83 

Herbert aright 82 83 

Israel 34 

Joel 34 

John 8 55 

Julia Sheldon (Searl) 43 

Laura Elizabeth 82 

Lucetta (Burt) 78 

Martha L 84 

Mary 34 

Mary Strong 55 

Miriam Sexton (Tinker) 38 84 

Oliver 26 

PolIy( )(Taylor)(Searl) 42 

Raymond Ambrose 83 

Richard Poisington 82 

Ruth Ada 83 

Ruth (Strong) 55 

Samuel 76 84 

Stephen 34 38 43 84 

Tryphena 28 

Ulliam 3 84 



,ia;,i. 



BUM 



Ada (Turner) 82 
Adah (Smith) 82 
Alice Searle 82 
Ambrose Bradshaw 43 82 
Ambrose "illiam 82 



Adelia Merries (Searl) 60 
Wallace A 60 



MAK3FIELD 

Mr. 25 

John 9 

Mary 6 9 

Sarah (Phelps) 9 



hjbh 


MILLER 


Hr 38 

Dorcas Char lotto (3oarl) 38 


Deborah (Searl) 30 
Jane V ( So loot t) 30 




John 30 




John P. 30 


Marshall 


Mary Abbie 51 




Mary R (Chapman) 30 




Rebecca 30 




Rebecca ( ) 30 


MART II. 


Rebecca (Searl) 24 30 


Henry Halo 86 


Roger 24 30 


Ho Ion Cdwards (Dewey) 86 


Sophronia (luttle) 30 




■Mil ism E 30 




Zebediah 30 


MARTIKDALE 




Esther 26 






MIX 




Hannah F. 8. 73 


MATHER 




Dr. Samuel 22 






MOFFETT 

......... 23 


MATTHEWS 




Eether 28 






MONTGOMERY 

......... 1 


McCAMMOK 


Catherine 87 


Anna 72 






MOODY 


MeKEHZin 


Sophia A 33 


Annabolle ( 7oodruff ) 77 




Joseph 77 






MOORE 


McLATRLIJ: 


Alice t (Allen) 53 
Augustus A 53 


Priecillo 11 


Betsey (Pettie) 55 




Celia Ellen 53 




Clifton A 53 


MERRILL 


Emma Rosalie 53 


Prank i 67 


Plarius 34 53 


Herbort J 67 
James Edwin 67 


Frances Harmony (Searl) 
Karlan F 53 


James Lloyd 67 


Haraony B (Searl) 34 53 


John Footer 66 67 


Hattie A 53 


Susan Thankful (Searl) 66 67 


Joel 53 


Tryphena (Steams) 67 


Keren H (Bates) 53 




Lorinda A 55 




Louisa 21 


MILLER 


Louie L 53 


Abigail 30 51 


Lyman Blair 53 


Abigail (Pomeroy) 30 


Mabel L 5S 


Abraham 30 
Calvin 30 51 


Martha (Spring) 53 
Pliny 55 


Esther (Searl) 30 





H 



Jermette 85 



Caroline 78 
i^boeah 24 



MORGAN 

LSary 32 50 
Sarah M 73 



PA(S 



Eliza 83 



KOR2: 



PARK 



Evelyn « 



HOWRAT 

Fannie 51 



HURpmr 

Mrs. John A 72 



A Ilea iiargaret 63 
Francis C 63 
Irene (Bartlett) 63 
John M 63 



PARJB 



Irene (Sascoa) 
lydia 21 



SO 



NEWTON 

Mary E 62 63 



EXKCCF 

Lorenzo 25 



KORCROSS 

Svun'li (Hilton) 62 63 



NORTE 

John 6 7 
Joseph 7 
Mary 3 6 7 
3arah 7 

Sarah (Edwards) 4 
7 



NORTON 

Dorcas (Ponseroy) 19 

Elijah 15 

L Bates 50 

Ophelia (<3earl)(Clap) 50 



PAR3QK3 

Abbie Corinth la 47 

Betsey (Sheldon) 33 

Carra x (Chapin) 47 

Catherine "dwards 47 

Edwards Kings ley 47 

Ellen ^ay 47 

Easaa C (Phillipa) 47 

Ephraim 9 10 

Fannie B (Jiiox) 47 

Kenry Livingston 47 

Isaac 31 45 47 

John 10 

Jonathan 16 

Luke 33 

Martina A (Say) 47 

Mary (3earl) 9 10 

Phoebe 16 

Rachel (Bates )( Sear 1) 31 

Rachel Corinthia (Edwards) 45 47 

Sarah (Atherton) 10 

Wilfred Atherton 47 



P T 0CK 



BOSKS 



Edward 55 

Mabel 55 

Mary Lyaan (Searl) 55 



Abner Eugene 75 JJ1 

I .dith iaria 91 

Ellen K 58 

John Byron 91 

Julia /vnn ( Searl) 75 91 

Luaan Orlando 91 

Maria Elizabeth (Jonee) 91 



PETRIS 


POWER OY 


Alice (Rartlett) 63 


Elded 11 12 19 SG 21 


Charles R 63 


21ihu 19 




Sliehe 11 20 




Aether Z<j 


PETTI3 


Experience ( )( 3artl« 


Betsey 55 


xperience (Clerk) 19 




Flora Jane 60 




Tiannah 11 20 23 


PRE LPS 


Fannah (I annum J 23 25 


Belle :>; 38 


Repzibah (Baker) e 


Cornelius 9 


Huldah 20 


Lucy 33 


Irene (Bas com) (Parks) 2C 


Mary 29 


Isaac 20 


Rhode 29 


Jacob 20 37 


3arah 3 


Jemima 20 


Timothy 9 


Johennah (Root) 18 




Kexiah 19 




Keziah (Sedgwick) 19 


PHILLIPS 


Mary 11 18 


Sane C 47 


Mercy 20 




Mercy (Searl) 11 20 




Phoebe 19 


PIERCE 


Priseilla 20 


Anne 69 


Priscilla (3earl) 11 12 


Sary Ann(3earl) 36 


Rachel 19 


Ore 36 


Rachel (Searl) 11 19 




Rachel (Strong) 19 




Ruth 72 


PIERREPOKT 


Samuel 16 23 25 


Rev 5 


Sarah (Wait) 19 20 21 


Sarah 5 


Tamer (Searl) 21 




Thankful 20 27 37 




Timothy 19 


PINNEX 


Titus 19 


Ssaa J. C. (Searl) 76 




William 1 76 






PORTER 


PIXLSY 


Edsard 23 


Soah 11 


Hannah (Searl) 23 


PQB86S 


POTTER 


Ablgeil 6 8 11 21 30 


Edward I 56 


Anns 11 25 


leabelle Henrietta (Searl) 



Anna (Burt) 18 19 

Aretus 20 

Asahel 20 

Caleb 8 

Daraari8 ( iprague) 20 

Devid 19 

Deborah (ferry) 20 

Dorcas 19 

F.bonezer 11 19 



M 



PREKTI33 

Asenath (Sanford) 80 
Gen. Benjamin I 88 
Caroline Rebecca 42 80 
illiaa Conant 80 



PROCTOR 




RCflAKD 


Iola 54 




iiarietta 61 


PIKGHOJS 




RUST 


Silllaa 3 




John 59 

Juliet (Searl) 59 


BAX8Q9 






Gertrude a (Clark) 


48 


SAFFCRD 


James 48 




Abigail J 15 

Jacob 15 

Mary ( Searl) 15 


READER 






Mary .-Z 43 




3ALLS 

Cora J 59 


RED 






"Betty Red" aee ' lisabeth 




Searl 


711 22 


SMS PS OK 

Ffenry F 72 
Ira B 72 


REED 




Julia Ann 70 


Battle A 56 




SAKFORD 


RICE 




Asenath 80 


Aefasa Marie ('.rae) 


44 


Haleey 60 


Alonso 




Miriam 35 60 


Betsey 35 




Miriam (Lamphear) 60 


Sdeard A 44 






Iydia 35 






Mabel A 44 




SAUNDER3 


Sadie Jane 54 




Deleena 1 33 


RICHARDS 






Anna Kliza (3earl) 


39 


SSARL 


Lucas 39 




see next page 


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Cynthia 7" 







meaa 

Fanny S 35 40 41 
Sophia (Searl; 35 
miiaa Stephenson 35 



ROOT 



Esther 28 
Johannah 18 
Laura (3earl) 
Ransford 40 



49 



3 EARL 

(Clerk) 58 

Aaron 1 11 23 41 
Abble (Chamberlain) 55 
Abigail 8 13 

Abigail ( ) 23 

Abigail 2 (fdwardt) 32 50 

Abigail (Clap) 14 25 

Abigail ( iller) 30 32 51 

Abigail (oaeroy) 6 8 11 21 

Abigail J (Cafford) 15 

Abijah 18 

Abner Sabford 60 

Achsa 31 44 

Ada lie ^iria-a 60 

Albert 3 58 60 

Alice 88 

Alice ttay (Eastman) 68 

Alice ? 68 

Alaena 32 

Alaena (Jones ) 40 

Alpheua 

Amelia (Gorham) 36 

Andrew 3 

Ann A 

Ann "lisc 

Ann Juliette 65 66 67 

Anna 25 27 38 39 

Anna (Clark) 20 27 

Anna (Pomcroy) 25 11 

Anna B (Pomeroy) 18 

Anna Betsey 59 

Anna (Clerk) 11 42 

Anna B 34 54 

Ansel 32 50 

Antoinette 33 

Apollos 31 

Apollos Dickinson 37 69 

Arthur Lincoln 56 

''vrthusa 40 

Asa 24 29 

Asa Ruggles 39 40 

Asahel 28 

Asenath 27 28 33 39 70 

Augusta : (Blood) 42 81 

Azubah (Sales) 7 

Bela 20 27 37 

Bela r-omeroy 37 65 66 

Betsey (:-ice) 35 

Bethalna 39 40 41 

Bildad 1 11 26 ' 

Boaz 12 

Caleb 8 

Caroline Rebecca (Prentiss) 42 80 

Carrie A (Ford) 87 



8EARL 

Catherine (Coleaan) 23 
Catherine ( ..iontgomery ) 87 
Charles 58 
Charles A 58 
Charles Bela 66 
Char lea Dickinson 69 
Charles isomer 87 
Charles Morris 59 
Charles Pay son 60 
Charles PI toy 43 88 
Clara Jane 56 
Clarissa 28 33 35 
Clarissa G 34 
Clarissa (fyman) 27 34 
Clarissa P d8 
Clark 27 36 
Cora J (Sella 
Cornelius 27 39 41 
Cornelius Edward 39 42 75 
Darius 22 
David 12 22 
Deborah(Owen) 30 24 
Dolly 23 29 39 73 
Dolly Amelia 40 
Dolly Kathrlne 90 94 
Dolly (Clark) 27 39 
Dolly (Eggleston) 
Dora : loise 88 
Dorcas 25 28 
Dorcas Charlotte 
Dorcas (Strong) 
Dorua 37 

benezer 6 
Edith luce lie. 
Edmund Strong 32 49 
Edson J 59 
Edward 3 
Edward Bliss 56 
Edward Cornelius 90 93 
Edwin Sarner 66 
Eleanor (>oodward) 22 
Electa 

Electa A 34 
Electa (Day) 
Elihu 28 



24 29 



38 
11 28 



7 35 
81 
32 



19 



lijah 22 
Eliphaz 1 11 21 26 
Elisha 7 8 ]3 22 
Eliza 22 

5U» Bates 43 82 
Eliza (Fairaan) 35 
Elizabeth 22 
Elizabeth (Bartlett) 11 
Elizabeth (Bassett) 60 



22 



SEARL 

Elizabeth (Clap) 18 
Elizabeth "ether 50 
Elizabeth (Webber) 24 
Ella Kaomi 55 

lien Louisa 51 
Ellen M (Peck) 58 
Ellen a (Vanderveer) 59 

Tien Maria (Edward*) 80 
Ellen V (Fairman) 42 
Elvira (Gay lord) 71 
Soeline C (Youngs) 39 76 
Emerson 35 60 
Emerson S 38 
Emily 35 
Emily (Bates) 51 
Emily Maria 40 
Soma J 76 
Emma Jane 68 
Emma S (lyman) 38 
Enoch 21 
Enoch Posse roy 71 
Enos Taylor 42 

ether 25 30 51 
Esther Almena 32 52 
Esther (Martlndale) 26 
Esther (Matthews) 28 
Esther (Pomeroy) 25 
Esther (Sheldon) 27 32 
Eether (Strong) 33 
Ethel Julia 90 
Eugenia V 68 
Eunice 9 35 
: unice Cordelia 39 
Kunice (■illiaas) 40 
1 xperience (Bartlett) 18 
Pxperience(3artlett)(Poaeroy) 20 
Experience (Loomis) 18 
Penny (Easeom) 32 49 
Fannie (Coleman) 38 
Fanny » (Rogers ) 35 40 
Fanny I (Stephenson) 35 
Felicia 36 61 
Fidelia 35 
Fidelia I 59 
Flora Jane (Pomeroy) 60 
Francee ~lvira 51 
Frances B (Willis«e) 32 51 
Francis Lwight 49 
Frank Prentiss 80 
Gaiue 25 

Genevieve ('olcott) 66 
George Emerson 60 
Gideon 1 11 25 41 



SSARi 



Halsey Joel 60 

Hannah. 13 23 

Hannah Dunbar 15 

Hannah (Pomeroy; 11 23 

Hannah ('ade) 26 

Harmony Blair 34 53 

Harriet 

Harriet Pethsina 30 

Harriet C 75 

Harriet lystan 88 

Harriet Taylor 66 

Eattie A (Reed) 56 

Helc: 

Helen Y (Fairman) 80 

Kenan 14 25 

Henrietta Jane (Bliss) 34 56 

Henry Ansel 50 

Hervey 36 

Hyaenue 35 40 

Ida Dell 55 

Ida louisa 87 

Irs 23 

Isabel 26 
Isabel f enr ietta 56 
Isaac 9 10 
Israel 27 34 
Israel -atson 34 
Jairus Olark 30 76 
Jairue Emerson 48 
Jaaee 6 9 10 15 
James Pervey 42 80 
Jared 29 

Jane Ann (Steadman) 32 50 
Jemima (Caark) 25 
Jenr.ie C (Smith) 87 
Jerueha 21 
Jerusha Gertrude 60 
Josee 50 
Jessie 11 
Joanna 4 
Job 1 11 28 
Joel 27 35 
Joel strong 50 
John 3 6 7 8 9 10 15 16 
17 26 
John B 66 60 
Joseph 3 

Josephine Electa 55 
Josiah 1 11 12 22 
Julia 35 
Julia Anna 75 9£ 
Julia "ether 60 
Julia taria 39 42 75 



SEARL 

Julia She Idem 42 84 

Julie (Sheldon) 31 

Juliet 59 

Juliet (fiarnei) 37 65 66 

Julina Augusta 68 

Justus 21 

Katharine 13 

iaura 8 (Pulp) 59 

laura F (iewellyn) 59 

laura i*aria 40 

Iaurinds A (Moore) 55 

Lemuel 24 

levi 18 

I.izelle (All) 90 93 

Lois (Clark; 21 

Lorenzo Mtney 66 

Lorinda A ( '.oore ) 34 

Louisa (oore; 21 

lovina 22 

Jovisa (Loomie) 25 

Lucetta 37 64 

J. uc iii da Lucetta 68 

Lucy 13 23 

Lucy Ann 42 79 

l.ucy B (foomis) 42 78 

Lucy Jane 78 

Lucy iUllett ("tag) 37 68 

Lucy H (tine) 37 

Lumen B 1 

Luther 23 

Luther 3urt 24 
Lydia 6 18 
Lydia (Curtis) 21 
lydia (Parke) 21 
Lydia (Topliff) 24 
Lyman Blair 34 53 
Lyman "vharton 55 
Maria Eliza 59 
Maria (Fairaan) 35 59 
2aria Isabella 66 67 
Uartha 18 

artha (.....) 7 
Martha Lucastsr 90 
Martha (Turner) 43 88 

artin 21 
Mary 6 3 10 15 18 26 
Mary Ann 36 40 
Mary Balden 90 92 
Mary (Bellows) 22 
-'.ary (Sosworth) 29 40 
ISary Elizabeth 40 93 
aary Ellen (ueldan) 75 90 
Mary Eveline 49 
U*ry ( )(Fairchild) 13 



SEARL 

tfary(J1annum ) 11 26 

Mary (f-yland; 50 

Mary(lyaan ) 55 

v.ary 1 (Header) 43 
ary(,,anafield) 6 9 

iiary (Morgan) 32 50 

Mary (ixorth) 3 6 7 

Mary (Phelps) 29 

Mary (Faneroy) 11 18 66 69 

Mary R (Aston) 42 78 

Jiary 3 34 

Mary (Strong) 27 36 

Mary (Williams) 43 

Kary (Wilson; 31 

liebi table 15 
ehitable (Dunbar) 9 15 17 

Mercy 1 11 18 20 

,'ercy (Brooke) 21 

Merrick 42 78 
lrsetta T 68 

Miriam (Sanford) 35 60 

Molly (Dewey) 24 

Morris Silliams 51 
Moses 1 11 24 29 39 40 
'Ayron Cggloston 42 jH 
Mrs. ft i 79 

yron Hill 93 
lancy 25 
.Naomi 23 

Naomi (Clap) 14 25 33 
Nathan 24 

Kethaniel 1 6 U 12 ]8 20 
Nathaniel -.ggleston 27 29 42 75 
Nellie Panony 56 
Nellie Julia (Colt) 56 
Nettie Grace 80 
Oliver 18 
Opbelie Augusta 50 
Orlando Cornelius 75 90 

rp. Orlsndo C 1 
Peyaon Edward 75 
Phillip 21 

Philomelia (Gay lord) 35 58 
Philomelia :, hurston 39 77 
Phtaeas 23 
Phiny 26 
Phirilla 32 
Phoebe 1 25 
Phoebe (Cray) 26 
Polly ( verett) 23 
Polly (......) 23 

Polly (Taylor) 29 42 
Princess 26 
Priscilla 1 11 12 



3EARL 

Priecilla (,?ebb) 6 11 
Cuartus 40 

Rachel 1 11 19 22 31 45 
Rachel (Bates) 27 31 

Rachel I 43 

Rachel Edwards 85 

Rachel (Fannua) 28 

Rebecca 13 24 30 

Rebecca ( , ) 8 

Rebecca (lenks) 11 13 24 

Rhoda 36 €2 

Rhode (Phelps) 29 

Roee F ( Brown) 60 

Rewena 31 48 

Rufue 2£> 

Russell 31 36 

Ruth 6 7 

Ruth (Gil let) 6 

Ruth (Jeans) 3 6 7 

Ruth (miU»e) 18 

Sally ( ) 15 17 

Sally (Leonard) 26 

Sally (elch) 21 

florae (Burt) 29 

Samuel 23 

"p.-nuel Dunbar 

Sanford ;ilae 
Sarah 1 6 26 

Sarah (Baldwin) 3 4 
Sarah (Carpenter) 87 
Sarah (Coleman) 27 36 
Sarah ( Edwards) 25 
Sarah (Kinesley) 11 24 
Sarah Jane (Dilks) 37 69 
Sarah Jane (Strong) 60 
Saul 26 

Si lag Parsons 43 
Simeon 24 
Solomon 22 
Sophia 35 57 
Sophie ("he Id on) 27 35 
Spencer 31 35 58 
26 

34 56 
U 25 
71 



SEAR] 



10 
43 



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ttepbn 

Stephen i 

Subnit 

Sullivan 

Suean Thankful 86 

Susan ( ) 26 

Sylvester ft 87 
Sylvester '.aaons 
Ta^ar 21 

Terza t;s:yai ( -annum) 
Thaddeufi l «nry 18 
Thankful 28 37 65 
Thankful (Austin) 22 



r? 



43 87 



to 



Thankful (Danka) 13 
Thankful (ioaeroy) 20 27 37 

True love (Brown) 7 

Tryphena (Lyman) 28 

Vinson S 37 

Violet 25 

Vaitetill 22 

harton Dickinson 34 55 
tlllin Edward 37 68 69 
"illiam ":euben 68 

Zenas 27 31 43 
Zenas R 43 
Zephaniah 18 
Zilpah 27 42 

Zilpah (Searl) 27 29 42 75 
Zopbar 1 11 20 27 28 30 
32 42 51 



SEDGWICK 

History of 
Keziah 19 



17 



SEWARD 

tfindwell 31 



SHATTUCK 

Carloe ! 59 

Julia ('earl) (Rust) 59 



3HAI3 



Rebellion 23 



3BBLDCH 

Antoinette ("earl) 33 
Aretue 25 
Aeenath 33 

Asenath fsesrl) 27 28 33 
Beteey 33 

Clarissa (Searl) 28 33 
Deleina (launders) 33 
Diana 14 

Ebenea§ r 26 27 28 32 33 35 
I lecta 33 
-ether 27 32 
Esther Almira 33 
aether (Jtrong) 33 35 



SHELDOK 

Evelyn A (^orse) 33 

Henry 3 33 

James T 33 

Joseph I 33 

Julia 43 

Julia A ( arner) 33 

Lajnra (Ellis) 33 

Loviea 3 46 

slab Ion Chapman 33 

Mary (Chaaberlain) 33 

Baomi (Clap) 33 

PUny 13 

Hansom D 33 

Samuel 33 

Sarah 45 

Sarah (Strong) 32 

Simeon 33 

Sophia 27 35 

3ophia A (Moody) 33 

Submit (Clap) 14 

Susanna (Clark) 43 

7iolet (Searl) 25 



Ida Louisa 87 
Pred D 87 



SFERSOOD 

Charles B 91 
Charles "dwin 91 
Dorothy 91 

Ittttatk ("artholoaew) 91 



Zmeline C (Youngs ) ( Gear 1 ) 76 
William 76 



Samuel Albert 23 



S PRAGUE 

Damaris 20 



9FRIEG 

Martha 



H 



SKIKNER 

Hannah Dunbar (Searl) 
Harvey 15 



IS 



3TALK/. 

Keber Edwards 86 
Howard Hamilton 86 
£ary Searl (Uewey) 



STEARNS 

Sally 77 
Try phone 67 



STEBBIT.S 

Austin 35 
Charles 35 

lizabeth (right) 
Joel Rice 35 
Julia (Searl) 35 
Lydia (Rice) 35 
Sarah (Searl) 6 
Thomas 6 7 



STEDaA?; 

Jane Ann 50 



SBSBH v 

Sehemiah 



10 



SMITH 



Ada 82 

£lla 84 

Sana Josephine (Lyman) 

James Madison 82 

Jennie C 87 

Lucinda 58 



STEPHENS 

I leazer 26 
Sarah (Searl) 2" 



Fanny 35 

Sophia (Searl) (Rogers) 35 

-illiam 35 



0HBB 

Kffie i&ria 68 



STILES 



President 16 



STOCKING 

Rattle I (lyaan) 84 
Isabel (Baker) 84 
Williaa R 84 



STODDARD 

Soloaon 



won 



Harriet loecher 



fESRl 



Deborah 20 



rSQRP 



IT 



luce 11a 57 



TRUR3TOS 

Kellie Harmony (Sesrl) 56 
Ralph 56 



STOCOT 

Aaron 33 

Alvin lyaan 59 

Anna Betsey ''earl) 59 

Asahel 18 

Aaenath (1 he Id on) 33 

Bohan 25 

Dolly Anaelia (3earl) 40 

Dorcas 11 28 

Edwin 33 
lieha 61 

Esther 14 

Ssther (Koot) 28 

Esther (3earl) 25 

Eunice 48 
George 9 33 

Hannah (Carrier) 33 
Hannah (3earl) 13 
Helen (Howard) 33 
Jairus A 33 

Lucy (Phelps S3 
alary 27 36 
Mary (Searl) 18 
Mindwell 14 
Eoah 13 
Orange 33 
Rachel 19 
Rboda 33 
Rhoda (Clark) 36 
Rufua 40 
Ruth 55 
Sara* 14 32 
3arah Jane 60 
Saitatill 28 36 



TAILOR 

Clara Jane (Searl) 56 
George E 56 
Polly 29 42 



TIKKER 

Miriam 38 

..'iriam Sextos 84 



rOFLIFF 

Lydle 24 



TURNER 

Ada 82 
Asa 83 
Martha 43 88 
Martha (5u!.l) 86 



TUTTL" 



Sophronia 30 



VAKDERVSER 

Ellen a 59 



V0IK3 



Catherine 86 






Hannah 20 

Isabel (Jearl) 26 

Eathan lord 26 



vAir 



ilary 70 

Sarah 19 20 21 



WALKER 

Esther (:~ear!) 51 
H. R. 51 



?ARD 



ttef 



40 



WARNER 

Zimeline A 52 
Fred I 38 
Julia A S3 
Juliette 37 66 
Juliette (Bridgjwa) 66 
Uary Ann (Seari)(1?yaen) 40 
Mary Annette 85 
Kellie J (Coleman 38 
Susan Augusta 65 
miaax 66 



mania 

Jaanna ( 'earl ) 4 
WlllUa 4 



usmn 

Char lea 65 

Susan A ( arner)(Ch&sberlain) 



ran em 

Albert Franklin 62 
Anna Elizabeth 62 
Anna Elizabeth (Bart let t) 
Arthur iaright 62 
Clara May ( atkins) 62 
Doris Vivian 62 
Ida lovisa 62 
Joseph Baldwin 62 
Levi Lincoln 62 
Lisetta Aaee (BurfMs) 63 
Mary Esther 62 
Newton B 62 



sa 



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Betsey 59 



■IQBTKAK 

Anna (..:cCaanxon ) 
Florence A 71 
Olin Cyrus 72 

65 



72 
72 



1ATKIK3 

Clara Kaj 62 



SILC0X 

Joanna 5€ 



AY 



IILKI 



Martina *< 17 



Alvira (Jones) 82 
Emma F 82 
82 



■A- f ''B3 



Jereaiah 11 
Priscilla 6 11 
Priaellla (*oLathUn) 11 



WILDER 

Fidelia ■ (Searl) 59 
Wilbur Flak 59 



SE3SCR 

Elizabeth (learl) 24 



SILKIK30K 

Edward Moltnan 71 
Mary Wait (A His) 



7: 



■ELSE 



3ally 21 



IOT1 



inra 



Lucinds (George) 
Lucy ■ 37 68 
Samuel 68 



c- 



Slizabetb Sophia (Judd) 
"ether ( -trong) 14 
George 57 
Nathaniel 14 
Submit 14 



57 



SILLlAiiS 

Clarissa (Searl) 25 

Eunice 40 

Fannie {Mam m\) 51 

Prances I 51 

Jacob 51 

John 18 

Martha (3oarl) 18 

Mary 31 

Mary A ( Draw 43 

Korris 35 

~utfc IS 

3uaner 13 



mam 

Hellie (Bash J 48 



ROLCOTT 

Genevieve 66 



WRIGHT 

Helen Rachel 86 

Helen Saline (Pie Id) 85 

Henry : dwsrds 85 86 

Herbert I 54 

Rezekiah 54 

Iola (Proctor; 54 

John 34 54 

John Abraham 85 86 

Julia (earl) 85 

Lucy (Nannurs) 5A 

lyraan Triplet 86 

Mary Annette ( "amer I 85 

Mary Clarissa 54 

Mary L-:iiza 85 86 

Rachel (Searl) 22 43 

Rachel Edwards ("earl) 8S 

Robert Cfcey 86 

Sadie (aloe) 54 

Watson "ezekiah 54 



SX-D 



uisekiel 18 
Iydia (Searl) 



18 



5Y»iA£ 



Joshua 40 
Mary Ann (^earl 
Mary Jane 41 



40 41 



WOODRUFF 

Agnes Ban 77 
Annabelle 77 
Frances ierlon (Oorbaa) 
Jastes I 77 
"3rion nwlie 77 
3arah (••.'orth) 7 



TO0NG3 

Constant 76 

Cynthia (Robbins) 76 



n 



Sate line 



19 



SOODSARD 

S leaner 



(2 



WOOLOOT? 

Jane V 30 



WRIGHT 

Abigail (Gay lord) 54 

Abraham 43 85 

Anna I (Searl) 34 51 

Asahel 22 

Charles 3y lvas tor 85 

lizabeth 7 
Smily Blair 54 
Eunice 27 
Tt a?el 54 



Introduction 

THE 82* T AT 3GUTHAMPTOI-; 



Three notable reunions of the Searle Family have been held in iassa- 
chusetts, the first at Mount Torn Grove, uasthampton, August 17 1881; the 
second and third in Southampton on October 12 1887 and August 17 1906 res- 
pectively, ui each occasion the attendance was large and included repre- 
sentatives from the west and south. Jhe early history of the family was 
veil brought out in the addresses delivered, and on each occasion special 
honor was paid to the memory of athaniel 3 Searl, one of the founders of 
Southampton. 

At the second reunion it was proposed that a suitable monument be 
erected to the memory of 1 athaniel Searl, and a subscription list was started 
by Lumen 8. oarle of Last Chattanooga, Tennessee and seven others, for 30 
each. The other names followed pledging smaller sums, and later subscript- 
ions were received by mail through the efforts of rs. Orlando G. Searle of 
Southampton, who had kindly volunteered to raise the necessary amount. 

rhe Searle plot of ground in the Southampton Cemetery was put in good 
order, and there was erected a handsome obelisk of solid granite, resting upon 
a broad granite base. The name SEAR LP stands out in bold relief near the top 
while on all four sides appear gracefully carved scrolls bearing the names of 
athaniel, of his two wives and of his twelve children, with the dates of 
birth and death of each. The inscriptions are as follows:- 

On the east side, end facing the highway, 

RAfSWIBL SSU0& 1686 - 1777 
and his two wives 
i RISC ILIA 1695 - 1746 
1ARAH 1693 - 1761 
On the »';orth side, 

{ STHANIEL Jr. 1715 - 1801 
RACHEL 1718 - 

B01 1721 - 1780 
I2F&2 1723 - 

FRZSOILLA 1724 - 1787 

JOSIAH 1725 - 1779 

AARON 1727 - 1810 

03! ;S 1729 - 1783 

GIL 1731 - 1806 

.iILDAD 1733 - 

ZOPHAR 1735 - 1817 

JOB 1739 - 1788 

Thus stands this shaft, a splendid monument to a noble and patriarchal 



On the .est side, 



n the south side, 



character, erected fay a few of hie loyal descendants. Thsy sere Inspired 
to this graceful act by Sardls Chapman, first historian of the Family, whose 
earnest and oft repeated wish it was that a bef ittinp memorial night be 
erected some day to athaniel learl, founder of Southampton, end the most 
conspicuous figure among the 3earl Forefathers. 

The monument was completed in the spring of 1903, and shortly after- 
ward a photograph of it was taken by .jr.ijexter Burlbut -His of Springfield, 

ass. A half-tone, produced from this, forms the frontispiese to this 
volume. 



3 E A R L E GEHEAL 



b ftbt. 1615 - <ngland 
d Aug. 11 1641 - Springfield, .lass. 
ta 'Mr. 19 1639os Springfield, ;,-<aas. 
to SARAH BAULQSIK of 

dau of ( Richard Bauldwin 
( 
b June 25 1621 - olesbury, Sng. 
d Oct. 3 1690 - Korthampton, Uass 

She m (2) Apr. 28 1642 - Springfield. ;aas. 
to Alexander 1 dwarda of Springfield 
b 
d Sept. 4 1690 - ; orthampton , asc. 

Child;- (SEARL) b in Springfield, ass. 

I John b "ay 30 1641 d act. 3 1718 

(1) m July 3 1667 iuth Jeanes 

(2) a May 10 1675 ;>iary iorth 

the founder of the great Family herein described , landed 
at Boston, tass. in 1634, and the next spring joined an expedition of six or 
eight men to found a colony on the bank of the Connecticut river. They 
selected the spot where the city of Springfield now stands, made a clearing 
and erected their cabins. They at once organised themselves into a town, 
called agawa3, by electing officers and framing sane simple laws for their 
government. John 3earl was made constable of the town and also its surveyor. 
On i&rch 20 1637, at a town meeting, he with ichard verett was authorized to 
lay out twenty-four acres of mowinp meadow for illiam iynchon. Bia own 
home- lot was o.ll on the village plat, having a frontage of eight rods, and 
was situated a little north of the present nion Depot. Hi acquired other 

lands for farming iur poses; he was first taxed in 1638. The little 
community grew rapidly by accessions from the east, and in 1639 he aided in 
the first effort to build a meeting-house. >o scarce was money at the time 

that the cash contributions besides his own amounted to only one pound 
sterling; but the necessary labor was freely given, and the little house of 
worship was soon erected. 

John 3earl was married the same year. 1639. but he did not long 
survive. lis death, which was the first in the settlement, occurred a few 
months after the birth of his son. lis had made his will in July. 1640, but 
he left no record of the date or pi ce of his birth, nor of the names of his 
parents of other relatives. It is a matter of tradition that he wan an 

Jiglishman, like the rest of the settlers. Some writers have thought him 
to have been a brother of ..ndrew dearie of uowley, or of dward ->earle of 
Boston, ns all three appeared in Soston at about the same time, but no proofs 



have been found of any relationship between them. 

nrah auldwin Searl was a daughter of Richard auldwi;, of oleabury, 
iuckinghamehire . ngland, a weaver who was the father of four first settlers 
in . ee England. Fie will was datod Deo. 23 1630. e was son of ichard 
and rrandsor. of ichard ; auldwir- of "Ooniege (Dundridre, fengland, who made 
his will in 1 8 82-5 3. (see Baldwin Family p 991). Sarah was under eight- 
een years of ape when married, and became a widow before she was twenty. he 
succeeded to her husband's property at his death, and the following year. pr. 
28 1642. s' e married lesandcr dwarfs who had arrived Area ngland two years 
before. 'e was a proprietor and tovm officer In 1643. I'e remained in 
.gawBTj until 1656 and then removed to * on o tuck lantatio ? non orthampton , 

ass. ) as a first settler, and lived there thirty-five years. fto died Sept. 
4 1690. By his will, dated August 30 1590, he made bequests to his sons, 
Samuel, Benjamin, and i athaniel, to his daughters, Mary i ield, and 
Elizabeth Clark, to Sarah ." orth and to John and Samuel Davis, and provided 
that his wife was to be well cared for. The date of his death is unknown. 



Joanna Searl , a sister of John 1 , was a resident of Agawem. She was 
-aarried July 31 1639. to illiam varriner as his second «ifo. and had no child. 
She died ebruary 7 1661; and he married, 3d. the widow of Luke Hitchcock. 

illiara 'iarriner was born in sjigland about 1582, and was a resident of Lorth- 
field, :iaes. where his wife, Joanna died. He died June 2 1676 in Spring- 
field, .ass. 



[ Foot-note J 

Alexander ad wards and his brother illiam came to America 
in 1640 with their mother, widow of Rev. Richard rdwards of ales who had been 
a clergyman in London, 'ngland. Alexander by merria<re with Sarah Searl Bad 
eight children, viz. 

AH;,- ;- Samuel, b Jan 7 1642/3; Ttennah, b P'eb.13 1644; Joseph, b Jan. 8 
1647; Mary, b nov.20 1649; a Dee 17 1670 John Kield of r orthampton, .ass. 
son of Capt. John; Benjamin, b Apr. 24 1652; Sarah, b Sept 21 1654; 
Nathaniel, b 1657; and Elizabeth, b abt. 1660. The last two were bom in 
honotuck, the others in Agawam. 

illiam dwards had a son, Richard, who married and settled in 
Hartford, Conn, as a wealthy merchant. Richard had a son , Timothy, b May 
14 1669, who became a minister at ast ftindsor, Conn, and married a daughter 
of Rev. Solomon Stoddard, of .orthampton, iiass. r.he lived to be ninety- 
nine years old. They had ten daughters and only one son. Timothy was 
graduated froa Harvard in 1691, taking two degrees the same day; was ordained 
at East Vindaor in 1694, and served the church all his life, having no 
assistant till he was eighty-six years old. He died in 17b8 aged eighty- 
nine years. t'ie only so(., - 

Rev. Jonathan !. dwards, b at ast indsor Oct 5 1703, d at Princeton 
I .J. arch 22 1758; entered Yale 1716, graduated 1720, tutor in Yale 1723-26; 
ordained at Northampton, Feb 15 1727, dismiesed June 1750; missionary to 
Indians at itockbr idge , ass, 1751; president-elect of Princeton college 
1757, took the office January 1758, died two months later. Re was a 
renowned scholar and wrote many valuable theological works. Fe married July 



28 1727, Sarah, daughter of Rev.Pierrepont, of low "oven, and had a son,- 
ev. -?onethan dwards,jr. D.D., b Northampton, ay 26 174S, died 
at Schenectady, .Y. August 1 1801; graduated, ; rinceton, 1765; licenced 
to preach 1776, ordained at *hite ffeven, Conn. 1779; resigned 179a; 
pastor at Oolebrook, onn., 1796 to 1799; president of Union College, Hay 1799 
to August 1801. e received his degree of D.D. in 1785. 



2 JOHN* 8EARL ( John' ) 



b 

d 

O) a 



(2) 



Oct. 

•July 
to 



30 164 los - Springfield, ass. 
3 1716 - Paseoarauck, ass. 
3 1667 - Northampton, aas. 
RUTH JBAHE9 of 
dau. of ( William Jeanes 

( lary 
?eb. 15 1650 - lew "aven, Conn. 
ov. 20 1672 - Northampton, ns» 



■lay 30 1675 - Northampton . '.ass. 
to MART NORTH of 

dau. of ( John North 
( 
b 1643 -Faraington, Conn. 

d Mar. 5 1726 - or t heap ton, Mass. 



Children;- 




-. 




i 


(child) 


b 




ii 


John 


fa 


3 


iii 


Mhn 


fa 



iv Huth 



b orthaapton 

Mar 25 1668 died at birth 
mr 11 1669 d BW 23 1669 
tag 6 1670 d May 13 1704 

a Apr 5 1694 Abigail Pooeroy 
fcov 20 1672 died same day 



jf j_2 



b Feb 12 1676 d f,w 5 1728 

a abt 1717 ,ary Mansfield 
b Jan 9 1678 d Mar. 24 172) una. 
b July 9 1680 

a 1709 iartha 

b Dec 17 1601 

a Nov 13 1707 Jonathan Gillet 
b Feb 28 1684 

a Thomas Stebbine,jr« 

4 x Nathaniel b 'ay 3 1686 d June 26 1777 

(1) a ?ept 24 1713 Priscillr 

(2) a abt 1748 Barah 
xl Iyd?a b Aug 22 1688 

a 1721 .benezer King 



vi 
vii 



viii Ruth 
ix Sarah 



(*p) 



John 3earl was bom at Agawaa(now Bprinpfield; and remained there 
until he was fourteen years of age when he removed with his aother and step- 
father, lexander :.dwards, to I.onotuck Plantation (now -. orthaapton ) , where he 
was aarried, and where all hie children were born. *'e took the oath of 
allegiance at I orthaapton, Feb 8 1676, and waa made freeman there, ay 30 1690, 
Re signed a petition of citizens to the Governor and council of Boston, ,ot4 
1668, and another petition to the General Court of ceoachusetts, held at 
Boston, tfay 31 1671. In 17)0 he removed to Pascoauck (now asthaaptonj with 
the first settlers of that place, and occupied ;ot : o.l5, where he spent the 
remainder of his days. He passed safely through the massacre of 1704, and 
died in 1718 in his seventy-eighth year. 



Huth (Jeans) Bear I his first wife, was a daughter of illiaa Jeanes 
a native of s?ex, Cngland, who landed in Boston in 1637, and who sailed for 
?e* Haven, Conn, a few months later, and resided thero for nineteer. years. 
He then removed to l orthampton, Mass. a new settlement at that time, where 
he served as teacher and church elder, gave bible lessons and was a recorder 
of town lands, In 1673 he removed thirty miles to orthfield, and, arriv- 
ing on the firnt unday in June, he preached, under an oak tree, the first 
sermon ever delivered in that town. Huth was married in her eighteenth 
year and had four children, only one of whoa survived infancy. She died 
in her twenty-fourth year, et the birth of her fourth child. 



ary (-orth) 3earl the second wife of John 2 "earl, was the oldest 
daughter of John : orth, an eerly settler of Parnington, uonn., probably he 
who came in the Lusan and £llen" to Boston in 1635 at the age of twenty, fie 
was made freeman of Connecticut in 1657. ary had a twin brother, ..-atauel, 
also a brother Joseph and a sister, .rs. Sarah oodruff. The estate of her 
father. John I orth, was inventoried Job 12 1631/2, at £224, lis; of which 
she received £27, 18s. Two of her daughters married and^resided In West- 
field, -Mass. One account states that hsr daughter, RwUr 3 , serried Jonathan 
Kellogg of eatfield. 



vii. Lbenezer" '"■earl was married and in 1709 was among the first settlers 
of Coventry, onn. which was so names in 1711. !*is first wife, artha, died 
there ov 7 1756. In his twenty-third year he figures among those who 
captured plunder from the enemy in the fight on Deerfield ieadows, ass. the 
Inst of February, 1703. The powderhom carried by him on that occasion is 
among the relics deposited in eaorial Hall at Deerfield. He seem to have 
been a stubborn mam with a violent temper. In the Colonial ecords for 1724, 
p. 445, we find;- 

"Jbenezer earl, informed against by dep'y Oherriff of co. of Hartford, that 
he did in Jay resist with guns and pitchforks and would not suffer dep. sff. to 
levey execution upon the lands near south bounds of Tp. of Coventry, threat- 
ening him with death, • said Ebsn r Searl being examined and found guilty. It 
is therefore ordered that he answer to the superior court of 'artford the 28th 
inst, and be bound for his recognizance in the sua of forty pounds money with 
one or two sureties 11 . 



Lbenezer 4 Searl, hie son ■ July 20 1741, True love Brown, and had a 
son : liaha 5 3earl, b larch 6 1743, who m July 12 1766, .suba Gales, all of 
Coventry, Conn. Beyond these there is no record in this line. . benezer 4 
Searl served as private from April 1? to I ov 22 1758, in the 12th Co. 3d Regt. 
Captain John Denison, of J-tonington, Conn. 



viii "mth " J t "earl ) Gl llet , wife of Jonathan, had a son Jonathan, b July 26 
1708 

ix fluoaas tebblns.jr . was b at orthampton, Apr. 2 1698, and died there 
without child, une 25 1752. He was a son of Ihoons iizabeth (.right) Gtebbins. 

xi Ebenezer King was of estfield. 



JOHN 3 3EARL (t -John 2 , John 1 ) 



b Aug 6 1670 - Northampton, 4aee. 
d May 15 1704 - Paecosrouck, ./.ass. 
m Apr 5 1694 - Northampton, Mass, 
to A3I3AIL POBHWI of 
dau. of ( Caleb Pomeroy 
( Hepzibah Baker 
b Oet 26 1671 - I orthampton, Mass. 
d 

Children;- (9 'ASth} b Northampton, llaae. 

5 i :ilaha 4 b feb 4 1695 d abt. 1777 

a abt . 1730 ebecca 

ii Joseph b 1696 

a 

iii Abigail b Augl6 1698 d lay 13 1704 

iv John b Aug 9 1700 d Usy 13 1704 

v Caleb b iiov 7 1702 d Bay 13 1704 

6 i' Submit b Hept 17 1704 d 

a Iiov 1732 ,lohn '1. Clark 

Easthamptan, iaae. 

John" Qearl lived in 1 orthampton until 1700 and then moved about 
three miles south to Pascomauck (now Easthampton ) at the north end of ^ount 
Tom and settled there, occupying- ot B o.. 20 . Four years later, on .ay 13 1704 
the place was attacked by Indiana with a terrible slaughter, in which John*- 
lost his life and three of his children were murdered, while his wife and 
eldest son were taken captive and carried southward toward eetfield. The 
Indiana ware pursued next day, whereupon they killed most of their captives 
that they might make more rapid flight. rs. 3earl was struck with a tomahawk 
and left for dead, but a silver hairpin which she wore saved her life. Though 
she was severly wounded, she was rescued, and revived. The boy, lisha, 
remained a prisoner unharmed, with the Indians. i'he following eptember rs. 
3earl gave birth to John's posthumous daughter, and gave her the suggestive 
name of Sufeait. After the massacre the little settlement was utterly forsaken 
for eleven years, the survivors returning to i orthampton. There in 1707 rs. 
Pearl was married to Nathaniel Alexander. Some years later they settled or; 
her land of thirty acres in .-ascommuck and lived to a pood old age. The date 
of her death is not known, but she was living in 1732, and survived her second 
husband. 

An elaborate account of the massacre may be found in the "Janes Family" 
history, nine members of that family having lost their lives at that time. 

ii. It is not known whom Joseph Searl married, but among the families 
recorded as settled in Pascommuck in 1760 are those of Joseph ^earl and lisha 
Searl. 



JAUES 3 SEAR! ( 2, John'-, John 1 ) 

b Feb 12 1676 - orthampton, '.ass. 
d i.'ov 5 1728 - nortbaspton, Uses. 
ei 1717 - 'Tindsor, Conn. 
to MARY of 

dau. of ( John Mansfield 
( Sarah Phelps 
b - indoor, Conn, 

d 1765 - Northampton, I 



Children;- IJ.I.) b ".orthampton, lass, 
i tlary b eb 3 1718 

o Nov 25 1762 Jphrain Parsons 
il mice b Aug 19 1719 

m 1739 Daniel Lee 
6a iii John 4 b Wy 14 1721 d July 5 1787 

ept 8 1762 Mehetable lunbar 
iv Isaac b June 2 1723 unrw 
v James b Oct 26 1726 



James' Hoarl p farmer, remained In orthampton when his father 
removed to ^scoamuek in 1700; he lived upon the estate left him by his 
father. Bi did not marry until he was forty-one - a year before his father's 
death - and he died eleven years later, aged fifty-two. hile possessing a 
reasonable amount of land he was able to make sore thar. a scanty living from 
it, owing to Vis poor health. In his last illness and in connection with 
his burial his family received aid from the town in small amounts, as shown by 
the treasurer's papers. n inventory of the rea' estate, taken the following 
year, showed a total valuation of 250 pounds sterling, which was disposed of 
according to his will. Fis widow received the home with half an acre adjoin- 
ing, besides two acren of pasture land, one acre of meadow, and two acres 
forcing one-half of a home lot on "Pancake hill". His son John 4 received the 
remainder of the pasture, (six acres , and a portion nire rods wide of the out- 
lands in the long Division. . 11 the remainder of his property was divided 
equally between the other sons, Issacf and James 4 . riis two daughters were 
not mentionc' in the will. The actual division of the property, was not 
made until 1740, nor recorded until 1743, when John 4 became of age. John 4 
sold his portion in the Long Division and applied the proceeds toward his 
education . 

'ary '.. ansfleld) 3earl came froa indsor, on-:, where her parents 
lived nd di^d. :he will of her parents, dated february 1 1726/7, and proved 
.December 5 1727, left To our daughter, ary "earles, wife of James earles 
of orth "ampton, 25 pounds besides what she has already received'. The 
variation in the spelling was duo, no doubt, to some clerk unfamiliar with 
the name. r mother was a daughter of Captor i ifctQ he?pe of indsor, 
who in his will dated larch 2 1716/17, mentions his so:, , ornelius and 
daughter, ~arah ansfleld. 

l arly or:necticut robate ee rds, ol. 1. p 541] 



1 



i, 4ary ("earl , Parsons was married in Sort Mad resided there 
~he bad no child. er hueb?md, phraiii, b eb 14 1713, d ; eb 23 1799, was 
a oot; of .ieut. "ohn rarsonn of Northamptonnru! ~ara!: '.'.thertonj Parsons of 
■atfield, as?. 



* v » Isaac'* earl learned the shoemaker's trade; he regained in I orth- 
rapton ur.til fter his father's death and the diotrib-jtiji of the property. 
In 1749 he sold "in share and reaoved to illieastoTJi, aes. where he bought 
real estate and was known as a "nsnl— tlisi " The name year ho and hie 
brother James, received grants of lend which sere parts of m additional 
Grant of 9000 acreo lying between : ortha^pton . prl.gfield and eetfield. Re 
sold portions of his grant from time to time, and by 1759 had become a land 
dealer, owning a number of lots on both aides of ater street, llliamstown, 
and also lands in West Hoosic, B.T. Bs profited by these transactions and 
became one of the wealthy men of the town. In 1765 the first year of the 
town government, be was taxed upon 700 pounda at interest. (Oily one other 
man, Fehemiah Omodley, was taxed in 'ill lame town that year on aoney at 
interest, on 126 pounds. } Thereafter be wae described in deeds as "Gentle- 
man". He sacculated In land in few Marlboro, riaas. ir Iranconia, 
and in numerous Vermont towns which were in I ew ??aapshlre before the division 
of those states. He wae efficient in organizing these towns, in most 
instance? actin- as Moderator of the first meeting, and was on record as 
"Esquire" !e became an original grantee in each case. In six he put on 
record as grantee the name of bis brother Rev, John Jearl, and at ; ranconia 
he included also as a grantee the letter's eon, Samuel ;>.oibejr > rear I, then 
only eight months old. These towns, with their dates of organization, were 
as follows?- itamford, March 6 1753? Pownal, Jan 8 1760; underland, 
July 9 1761; Arlington, July 26 1761; Salisbury,: ov 3 1761; Strrtton, 
July 30 1761; Vilniington, June 17 1763; ?ranconia, i'eb 14 1764; Stamford 
(2d meeting j, June 9 1764; Hubbardton, June 15 1764. 

At first thaae towns were simply on paper, grew by degrees afterward, fhue, 
for instance, the first permanent settlement at Franconia was not made until 
1774, ten yeara after the first meeting. riginally it was called Morris- 
town. On July 10 1795 the Vermont Gazette published the semes of "Isaac 
Searle" and sixty-two others as delinquent in dues to the new town of tratton 
Vermont. 

Isaac* "earl was a bachelor. Tils permanent residence was illiaae- 
town, where he bore the title of "'Captain". There ia no record of his death 
there nor elsewhere. "o occupied a eewting in ths ;;ethodiat meeting-house, 
"e owned the land on which Clark Bsll of iilisns College now stands. 
No Searle name nppoars on the vital records of lilliSBSiown* 

v. James'* ^earl disposed of his holdings in iorthampton end reaoved to 
Simsbury, Conn, near his mother's birthplace. e wae living there in 1755 
when his brother, lev. John, in ill health spent some time with him. 
The Salisbury annals make no mention of him. 



(4) NATHAEIRL 3 SEARL ( 2, John , John ) 



U 



b "ay 3 1686 - riorthampton, ;<iass. 
d June 26 1777 - .Southampton, ::as8. 
m Sept 24 1713 - iorthampton, Haas. 
to PRI3CILLA. WEBB Of 

dau. of ( Jeremiah fa%s 

( riscilla cJathlin 



b 


Aug 1695 - i orthampton, 


Mass. 




d 


Mar 19 1746 - Southampton, 


Rut* 




Children;- ( 


ARL) !-"» b asthampton, 


10-12 


b 


7 i Kathaniel* b Jan 1715 


d 


1801 


■ 


ii riscilla b Dec 11 1716 


d 


1789 


n 


8 lii Rachel 


b Apr 8 1716 


d 




■ 


9 iv Iterear 


aff 16 1720 


d 


1780 


■ 


10 v liphoz 


b Jan 6 1722 


d 




■ 


11 vi Josiah 


b ov 9 1724 


d Apr 5 


1779 


a 


12 vli aron 


b Mar 2 1727 


d Sept 27 


1810 


n 


13vlii oeeg 


b Mar 27 1729 


d June 23 


1783 

(2) 


■ 


14 ix Gideon 


b Oct 19 1731 


d Oct 20 


1806 


■ 


15 x Jildnd 


b Dec 16 1733 


d 




■ 


16 xi Zoph&r 


b 1735 


d Mar 10 


1817 


■ 


17 xii Job 


b 1739 


d Apr 6 


1788 


■ 



Southampton, 

Jan 2 1740 . ary Pomeroy 

1786 ldad Pomeroy jr. 
Jan 2 1740 benezer Pomeroy 
Uov 22 1743 lieha i^omeroy 

1748 Abigail Pomeroy 
I ov 9 1754? lizabeth Bartlett 
June 25 1752 Hannah Pomeroy 

1753 iebeeca ifenks 

1768 Sarah *-ingsley 

1757 Anna Pomeroy 

1758 ^ary ??annu r i 
1764 Anna Clark 
1762 ijorcae Strong 



Southampton, Maes. 

Kathaniel^ Searl succeeding his father, lived many years in aat- 
hampton, and nine of his children were born there. tat in 1733, in company 
with thirteen other families, he moved to Southampton and founded that place, 
which was at first known as the second precinct of ; orthavipton. In making 
the settlement the heads of families drew their respective portions of land by 
lot; hence the name, lot. Nathaniel drew a home lot and also a ten acre 
lot. Later he owned land on both sides of the main road and on Great Mountain 
Srook. n is homestead was in the north-east corner of the home lot, osaied in 
1881 by George Foley. He was a man of wealth for those days, influential in 
town and church affairs, and much respect was paid him.. la church compact 
his name stands first after that of the pastor, Jonathan Judd, and the name of 

riecilln Searl heads the list of women. Be wae much on committees, was 
moderator of their meetings, selectman, and councilor in their religious 
affairs. 

11 the first houses were built of logs, and for the first fifteen 
years his was the only house that contained more than ono rooi, and his had but 
two rooms for his numerous family; yet he entertained the ministers who 
preached there prior to any settled pastor, and also the council that ordained 
the first minister. Rev. Judd wrote in his diary; "28 of Feb 1743, came with 

;r. Edwards from eatfield to lew Hampton. Came to "earl's to dine". 
I athaniel served as Snsign in the militia. ith his twelve children, all 
married, and all save one having many children, he wae justly regarded, like 
Jacob of old, as the patriarch of the family. 

'•'is life was not altogether peaceful however. In 1743 the Indians 
hostile, killing horses and cattle and plundering houses; occassionally a 
white man was killed. In 1748 Koah Pixley was tomahawked and scalped on the 



12 

farm next to athanisl'a, and go great was the terror that many families 
deserted their houses for the eu-iraor, retiring to orthaapton. Hev. Jonathan 
Tudd removed to uffiols, onnecticut. 

Nathaniel 3earl about 1748 serried for his second wife Sarah , 

who was born 1693, and died without child. J!e survived her sixteen year?*, 
and died in hia ninety-second year, reverenced by all. k% hie funeral six 
of his grandeon- acted as pall bearers, among whoa were David and uoas, sons 
of Joaiah 3earl. oaz relates that as they were on their way to the grave T 
"'lightening struck a rock near us, some peaces fie® and wounded my brother; 
1 was nearly deprived of my life for a short time", i'hie split rock may still 
be seen on the road leading up the hill tn the cemetery. 



ii. I'rlscilla Uearl the eldest daughter, was about thirty years of age 
when her mother died. She immediately took charge of the family and continued 
to be her father's housekeeper as long as he lived. ot until nine years 
after his death did she marry, when she was about seventy years old. 3he 
became the second wife of ldad t'oaeroy, Jr. and died' three years after. The 
dates given on the 3earle onument for her birth and death differ from those 
given in the above table. 

It will be noticed that no less than seven members of I athaniel's 
family married members of the .omeroy family. A comprehensive genealogy of 
the . omeroy Family has been published in recent years. 



POUHTH GENERATION 



(5) ELISEA 4 SEARL ( 3- Join 3 , John 2 , John 1 



b Feb 4 1695 - Northampton, Uass. 
d abt 1777 ~ .asthampton, .'iaes. 
i ftfet 173©"- Apr. 6 H28 

to IILSECCA PA"* 3 ., of Northampton 
dau. of ( Robert Danksor 
( Rebecca Rust 
b 
d 

Children ;- ( SEARL-5) b Easthampton, Mass. 
1 Rebecca b abt 1731 d 

a <&badiah Alvord 

il Abigail b nbt 1733 d una. 

13 ill Katharine b abt 1735 d Feb 11 1813 

■ 176Q Silas Brown 

19 iv TTannah bp Sept 24 1738 d ov 2 1796 

ra Sept 9 1763 ■ oah Strong jr. 
v Lucy b abt 1741 d 

20 vi lisha b abt 1743 d abt 1803 nwUfull 

(1) a June 10 1770 — ebeeea- janka 

(2) a 1779 

(3) ra July 6 1791 id? W r .y.{. Hairchild 

Blisha 4 Oearl known as the Indian captive, was carried away from 
hie home in Pascommick when nine years of age, his father, sister and two 
brothers having been slain at that time. The savages conveyed him to Canada 
and seem to have treated him kindly. lie fell in with some French Jesuit Miss- 
ionaries who were laboring among the Indians in Canada, and vras educated by 
them in their language and faith, and almost forgot hie native tongue. Bet he 
could not forget the terrible tragedy of his early life, and when he became of 
age he set out to find his relatives and native place. The latter he was able 
to identify, and he found his mother who was married again and living in the 
old home. -e found it difficult to sake himself understood, and still more 
so to prove his identity, as he had been given up for dead so many years. ut 
he finally established hie clat- and was gladly received by his mother as her 
long lost son. ?'e succeeded to her property in asthampton upon her death 
and continued to reside there. 'e joined the Presbyterian church and became 
a worthy and respected citizen. ,T e performed some military service, as Serg- 
eant from I ov 20 1723 in Capt. Joseph Kellogg's company, and as Lieutenant 
from Feb 1 1724 in Capt. Timothy ^sight's company. ;sy virtue of this commission 
he was granted a share of land in larlboro township, .'*. which he sold ay 
20 1762. 'beginning arch 21 1732, and up to April 5 1762. he made various 
purchases of land in the vicinity of his home, all of which he continued to hold 
except five acres sold to his son June 19 1770, wit 1 - a half interest in his 
house and bam. 

In Ms last will, dated :.!ayl2 1774, he speaks of himself as "tlisha 
Searl of orthampton in the county of Hampshire, Gent", and makes bequests to 
each of his daughters, giving also to his daughter, Abigail, "the privilege of 
dwelling in my present mansion house while she remains unmarried . The 
remainder of the property both real and personal, he bequeathed to his only 
son, making him the sole executor. 



14 

(6) SUBMIT 4 SEARL ( 3- John 3 , John 2 , John 1 ) 

b Sept 17 1704 - Eastharapton, ass. 
d - Southampton, Wum* 

m 1732 - Eaethampton, Mass. 
to ! 0HK I. CLARK of 
nan of ( 

( 
b - Eaethampton, Maes. 

d 



Children ;- (CLARK -5) b Southampton, lass. 
1 John b I ov 1734 died young 
ii Chloe b Oct 28 1735 
iii Jehlel b tag 17 173G 

m 1760 Sarah Strong 
iv Submit b June 18 1738 

a 1760 lijah Clap 
v ohn b 1740 
vi ad b 1742 

m 1773 Hannah Awards 
▼ii Martha b 1744 
▼iii Abigail b 1745 d J*y 23 1820 

m 1767 elah Clap 



John L!. Clark the third of the name in assachusettc, was one of the 
first settlers of outhaapton in 1733. He was a prominent citizen and a 
deacon of the church. 

Hi married second wife, id. Submit (White) Judd of South 'ad ley See 4 
1760 at -he was daughter of athaniel hit© ft Esther Strong, 

and widow of illiaa Judd (his 2d wife) . 

John Clark was son of DM. John 3 Clark and Elizabeth Cook dau. of osee. 



ili Jehiel Clark had a son, rastus. 

iv Xl.1ah Clap b lay 3 1763 d resided in outhaapton, son 

of Samuel and llindwell (Strong Clap. T *e had five children;- 1-. lijah, 
2- ela, 3-!uther, ta (1) Kulbert, a (2) Betsey each, both of Southampton: 
4- sther, 5- ubmit, a "heldon 

▼iii elah Clap was a farmer in Montgomery, ;,;asn. a brother of Elijah? 
he died ay 12 1794. T e had eight children;- 1- rastus, b pr 4 1768, 
d May 26 1825 in Ohio? 2- ercy, b Jan 21 1771, d Oec 1800; 3-Naoai, 
b ar 3 1773, m iesae^ "earl, (14) v. ; 4- elah, b June 7 1775, d June 4 1840, 
a ar 1 1804 iana heldon and removed to Franklin, Ohio; 5-Cyrus, b June 26 
1778 A young; 6-Abigail, b Xmr 27 1781, d July 3 1851, ■ Jan 22 1801 
Keaan^ Searl,{46); 7-Achsah, b ec 6 1784, d Oct 1B01; 8-Mary, b Oct 4 
1787 



IS 



(6a) JOK: 4 BURL (3b - James c , John* 5 , John" ) 

b May 14 1721 - Northampton, .case. 
d July 5 1787 - Royalton, ft. 
m Sapt 8 1762 - Houghton, iaes, 
to IiBiSTA8I£ KJKMa of 

dau. of ( Rev. Samuel Dunbar 
( Hannah Danf ortb 
b - Stoughton, iass. 

d - Poyalton, Ohio 



Children?- (SEARI£-5) b Stonehaa, :.;aeo. 
i Samuel Dunbar b July 4 1763 



il 


Mary 




ft 


Oet 


19 1764 


iii 


John 




b 


Oct 


3 1767 


iv 

V 


•a m 


.•x.lnr 


b 
b 


Sept 
Way 


15 1770 
2 1773 


vi 


lehetable 


ft 


Aug 


31 1775 



abt. 



1785 Sally 

Jacob Safford 



a 

d abt 1815 

m Feb 7 1793 Abigail J. Safford 

d abt 1799 

m July 2 1792 IT arvey Skinner 

a Apr. 20 1800 v. biting Allen 



Rev. John* Searl earfy developed a taste for study which was encouraged 
by his pastor, th- Rev. Jonathan ; dwards, by whoa he was prepared to enter Yale. 
Graduating in 1745, he studied theology for two yearn with uev. dwards, was 
licensed to preach in 1746, and received a call, ay 1748, from the parish of 
Judea,(now Taehington^Conn. larly in 1749 he began to preach in 3haren,Conn. 
and on April 3d a formal call was extended to him by that church, which he 
accepted. lie was ordained by the Litchfield Association at : ew ilford, .-ug. 
2 1749. He Tiad not been settled long in Aharon before his health began to 
fail and he was absent on_^his account in the latter part of the following year, 
ubstitutes were employed* ror y considerable periods by the town, and on the 
continued decline of his health he was dismissed June 25 1754, with the reluct- 
ant consent of his people. He was described as a man of mild and unassuming 
deportment, and much given to metaphysical investigation. Fe retired to 
Simsbury, Conn, where hie brother James resided, and after a time he was able to 
supply the vacant pulpit there, for a few months. 

The town records show that Rev. John Searl began to preach for the 
church of Christ in toneham on Jan. 17 1758, and was installed by a council of 
churches rogulnrly convened. The churches present were ;- balden First, 
Reading First, Cambridge Second, lynn Third, oburn First, and the Pres- 
byterian churc v in ! ewburyport. To make his appointment legal the church 
voted, arch 16 1758, to choose him as pastor and minister, and a week later the 
town concurred in this choice. It was further voted to give him annual salary 
of sixty pounds of lawful money, to give him the improvements of parsonage 
buildings and land, end to keep the same with its fences in repair at the town's 
cost and charge; and furthermore, to give him "fifteen cords of cord-wood cut 
and delivered at the parsonage house in "toneham yearly and every year so long as 
hs continue in and carries on the work of the gospel ministry in Stoneham". 
Slight increase in salary and cord-wood was voted him from time to time, and 
ordinary repairs on the premises. n the occassion of his marriage in 1762 the 
town voted to finish the west front room in the parsonage house as follows;- 



It 



"To sake a panel breastwork, lay a good floor, ease the timbers and cornish 
them round, case the windows and the said room overhead and also plaster it; 
and seal sai'i roon round the sides with pitch pine"; and also to ted that;- 
"the panelwork, casings and comis'es be colored with common coloring, and 
the walla be filled with bricks if the eoamittse think fit". These impro- 
vements were not fully paid for until six years later. 

Re served this church for seventeen years, durinr which time he was 
married and his six children were born; and he is said to have assisted in 
preparing for publication some of the writings of his early perceptor, Rev. 
Jonathan Hdwarde, deceased. The records of t K e church show that;- "At a 
church meeting held April 12 1776, the pastor requested of the church that 
his pastoral relations to them might be diss olved on account of the difficulty 
of the times, whereby there was not a probable prospect of a support for his 
family, but more especially on account of his ill state of health occasioned 
by easterly winds". The meeting adjourned to April 24th, when the request 
was again read and the church voted a dissolution of the pastoral relations. 
The town had already concurred in this vote by anticipation at a town meeting 
held March 4t v , 1776. Bfet salary of 66 pounds, 13 shillings, 4 pence per 
year must have been considerably in arrears, as tlie final payment made to him 
:ov. 8th 1776, amounted to 96 pounds, 18 shillings. 'is written request for 
a Council of two or three churches to pass their sanction upon his dismissal 
as being nore agreeable to regularity and the platform of the churches, was 
not heeded by the town. He made no vital records upon the church books, 
but kept his own diary and took it with hira when he departed. 

On leaving toneham !<ev. John :earl made his homo for a time at his 
wife's father's in the north part of Stoughton, (now Canton), and served as 
supply to vacant pulpits in neighboring towns, and temporarily as chaplain to 
troops in the vicinity. In 1779 he was living with his family at ! orwlch, 
Mass. and supplying the parish of 'orwic'r end "est Farms. 

He accepted a call given Aug. 12 1783 to become the first settled 
minister of the ongregational church in soyslton, 7t. and -he removed to 
that place with his family. The town sent teams to transport the family 
and bel gings, a distance of about 150 miles. 'e was installed "ov.19 1783. 
•ftor a few years his health failed, and a vote was passed by the town arch 
14 1787, to join with the church in calling a council for his dismission; but 
before this result was attained his death occured, July 7 1787, and he was 
buried at outb loyalton, vt. Only a few weeks previously he had received 
few ale College his degree of anter of Arts. Re was said to be very 
orthodox, and a writer of good sermons, but hie delivery was dull, President 
Stiles of Yale wrote of hi-«i in his private diary; "Hi is one of the most 
learned ivlnes - thoro 1 Theologians in .merica". Three of his sermons are 
published ;- 

1. A Funeral sormon[froj Baa. xiv, 8 j Delivered at ..ewbury-Port, Lee. 
30 1770. Occasioned by the death of v.rs. Phebe Parsons, Consort of the : ev. 
Jonathan Parsons, [Yale, 1723 j. Boston, 1771. 8vo. pp 54. 

2. eve let ion a Guide to Reason; or, The ord of rod our Supreme r :ule 
in Religion. A ;>ermon [from I. Cor. ii. 11-13 j delivered at the Ordination 
of the Rev. Stephen * eabody, uov. 25 1772. Boston, 1773. Svo. pp 3o. 

3. The Character and Reward of a good and faithful Oervant of Jesus 
Christ. A Funeral Sermon [ from Matt. 25, 21 J occasioned by the death of 
the :ev. Jonathan Parsons, 1775. ! ewbury-Port , 1778, 8vo. pp 46. eprinted 
1779, in Volume I of Sixty 3ermons by Rev. 'r. Parsons. 

These sermons may be found in several of the larger libraries. 



17 

;*ehetable (Dunbar) 'earl was a daughter of the ev. Casual Dunbar, 
graduate of ffervard College, 1723, and pastor at ©dham and ftoughton, lass. 
Carried la 11*2, IBs thereafter shared all the vislssitudes of her husband's 
career. After his death she remained in '< oyalton, 7t. with her children 
for a dozen years. In 1800 with her son, John and the younger children 
she joined the lien family in emigrating to Fairfield county, hio, and in 
forming a settlement which they named ^.oyalton, after their former home. 
'ere she lived to a good old age, and died some years after 1812. 

i. 3aaael Dunbar^Searle was a young man of brilliant parts and great 
promise. Graduating from Yale college in 1781, he returned home, and on 
removing to Royalton, Vt. In 1783, he began the study of medicine in the office 
Of r. 3 Has Allen, the only physician there. fee years later he succeeded 
to his practice and to the title of doctor of medicine. ~n April 26 1789 he 
united with the first Congregational church of Royalton, his wife, ;?ally, having 
united a month earlier. Thereafter he frequently read service in the church 
•hen there was no pastor present. The record of his marriage has not been 
preserved, nor of the birth of his children, if any . * Re was Interested in 
the affairs of the tows, and in 1738 he undertook to raise funds for the repairs 
of the gre t bridge at Poyalton by meann of a lottery, of which he was chief 
manager. The scheme was authorized by the legislature in 1791, and on ept. 
11 1792, the drawing took place at his house in oyalton. There sere ii20Q 
tickets sold at one dollar each; 1700 were distributed in prizes, 100 being 
the highest prize, and -500 were paid for bridge repaira. 

In view of his removal from town he sold to Daniel Gilbert. Tan. 11 1794 
"two pew grounds in the Congregational church, and this is the last record of 
him in oyalton. "n August 18 1794, he signed an affidavit at .lburg, Grand 
Island, Vt. concerning a visit of a British ship to that port for taking on 
supplies of salt, rum, etc. under the protest of t'-^e authorities. T 'e may 
have removed to Canada. The Judd ^nnuacript at . orthampton, ass. says he died 
at an early age; Sedgwick's History of heron, onn, mentions the brightness 
of 3asuel Dunbar carle, and his early death. 



The J. •. Census of 1790 gives at oyalton, Vt. "Samuel erls, (feu. 
1 man, 2 sons, wife and daughter". 



lo 



(7) KATHA^'IEL 3HARL ( 4 - '.athaniel 3 , John 2 , John 1 ) 

1715 - rasthaiapton, -ass. 
d 1801 - Southampton, Mass. 

1740 - ; orthaapton, 
to I of 

dou. of ( f>aiuel Pomeroy 
( Johannah "oot 
b July 1 1716 - I orthaapton, lass. 
d 1806 - Southampton, f . 



Children;- ( S 'A Pi -5 } b outhaapton, f aes. 



i 


Mr- 


b 


1741 


■ 




I r 

I77n 


lizabeth Clap 


ii 


Tephonlah 


b 


1742 


d 




1830 


m u 


in 


leyi 


b 


1743 


i 




1822 












u 


abt. 


1770 


uth illiaas 


u 


inrtfca 


b 


1744 


i 




1745 




V 


■-&ry 


b 


1746 


d 

■ 




1822 
1779 


cnhel Strong 


wi 


| r.'_' JH ' ■■" 


b 


1748 


d 




1813 










(1 


)■ 




1775 


xperience 1 . Loomis 








(2) 


■ 




1800 


. Pomeroy 








(3) 


■ 




1802 


Experience Bartlett 


Tii 


KTtbi 


b 


1750 


d 

■ 




1807 


John ill lasts 


Lii 


liver 


b 


1752 


1 




IBM 


Ub 


ix 


jgdia 


b 


1754 


d 


Aug i 


3 1816 










d; 


■ 




1777 


zekiel ood,jr. 










i 




1782 


Hills* Baldwin 


X 


slercy 


b 


1757 


d 

■ 




18 1 


Ichabod *!owe 



Kathaniel** earl a farmer of good business qualities, acquired con- 
siderable property. "e served ee selectman for seven or eight years, and was 

nsign in the ilitio. Hie homestead consisted of one hundred acres at the 
south end of tedlasi street, and was owned in 1886 by Thaddeus Tenry' carle and 

lisha ronson. Tater it was known as the Johnson farm. There is a record 

of n donation of £12, 15s, 3d, by the hand of r. iathnniel Searl, Hatfield, 
Mass. Feb. 14 1775, for the suffering soar of oston. fra rawUleii ( 
Hist. oc. fl»l«I7 p 243) 



il. -lephanlah^ "earl 
a celebrated fox-trapper. 



an old bachelor. BL-igulcr in all his ways, snd 



viii. .'; liver ° earl commonly known as Oily -learl, was also a very eccentric 
man, and was not married. ' e would roam over the fields sounding a sheep-bell, 
and sometimes would help himself from tho dinner baskets of men at work in the 
fields, and when reproved for this would reply "Your folks can make more". 

x. aerey^ (rearlj Howe resided In est prlngfiel., ass. 



19 



(8) RACHEL 4 3EA3L ( 4 - . athaniel 3 , John 2 , John 1 ) 

k pr. 8 1718 - ' nsthsnptoci, aas. 
d - "outhanpton, :as8. 

■ 171"! - asthaapton, '.ass. 
to ' of 

of ( Eldad Poaeroy 
( Sarah "ait 
b . ov 10 1715 - orthaapton, n&a. 
d 1766 - 'outhanpton, 



Children ;- 


Y - 


5 ) 


-nrthaa pton , asn 


. 




1 


benozer 


b 


Jan 


7 1741 


1 


fept 


7 


isai 














- 


opt 


8 


1766 


ixperlenee, laj 


ii 


lihu 


1 




1712 


d 

m 






1824 
1730 


achel trong 


iii 


■ •" 1 1 


b 




1744 


i 

m 


ov 


14 


1739 
1768 


John ! T anr;u-3 of 1 


iv 


- fa*] 


b 




1746 


i 


you..;- 






V 


Tlaothy 


b 




1750 
(1, 

(2) 


d 

- 






17^3 
1777 


loeb© . or.eroy 
xart 


▼i 


i-oziah 


b 




1753 


A 










vii 


Titus 


b 




1757 


d 

■ 






l77e 


eziah edgwick 


▼ill 


0"- M 


b 




1760 

(1) 
(2) 


■ 
■ 






1779 


Elijah 'orton 
Amaziah Darrov; 



-?• 



The Homestead of this faraily was in osaeroy's Meadow and was occupied 
by the sons, lihu, ibenezer and 'finiothy, and later by Javid Paaeroy. 
Titue Poraeroy became Town-elerk of Norwich, 'ass. 



v. Tiasothy Harried his cousin, Phoebe, who was born 1754 and died 1785. 
▼iii. lijah orton was of esthampton, Mass. 



20 



(9) USaCY* Searl ( 4- Nathaniel 3 , John 2 , John 1 ) 

b )&&r 1G 1720 - Eaethampton, ass. 
d. 1780 • wouthezapton, i^ass. 

a 1743 - tasthaapton, uaes. 

to I SSQI of 

eon of ( i:ldad Poxaei-oy 
( ilaralv .ait 
b 1718/3 - l.orthagjpton, atase. 

g 1800 - :Toutha?apton, lass. 



Children;- (F0HEROY 5} b louthampton, Mass. 



i 


.iorcy 


b 


1745 


i 






1746 




ii 


lie; i 


b 


1747 


i 






1769 


una. 


iii 


•P 9 


b 


1749 


i 






1803 
1770 


lout, uoel Clap 


iv 


Jaob 


b 


1751 


d 

■ 


■>Ct 


I 


1842 
1778 


thankful ;~oaeroy 


V 


ten 


b 


1752/3 
(1) 
(2) 


i 

■ 
■ 






1780 
1803 


Deborah Terry 
lrene( Baecosi ) iarke 


vi 


J ©alias 


b 


1755 


i 


Dee 


5 


1708 


una. 


ii 


lannah 


b 


1757 


a 


Feb 


8 


1776 


unu 


'iii 


tfuldah 


b 


1759 
(1) 

(2) 


i 

■ 
■ 






1778 
18J8 


tiles Clark 
liver Clark 


ix 


Aeahel 


b 


1761 


d 

■ 






1787 


Deraaris Sprague 


X 


rtriacilla 


b 


1764 


d 

■ 


Feb 




1783 
1782 


Seth liurlburt 



lieha Poaeroy lost his wife in 1780, and the same year he 

Carried the widow, Experience liar t let t. He died in 1800 she became 

the third wife of athaniel Searl. The .oaeetead of this family was after- 
wards owned by the grandsons , Aeahel i'oaeroy and Capt. Aretus romeroy. 

b. 1738 
ill. Lieut. Joel Clap, A died 1829, was a soldier in the French war and in 
the evolution. ! is eon, Chester Clap, was born 17o0 and died c'ept.9 1862, 
he oar r led in 1814 Jerusha ! annua. 



iv. Jacob and Thankful romeroy had a daughter, Vliankful, born 1784, died 
Apr 28 1862, who aarried in 1802 Uela^ 3earl, son of Softer and ^Jina (Clark, 
:3earl. 

ix. Daaaris (Bpraguej i'oaeroy vs«s born iii 1763 and died in 1834. 



-1 



(10) ELIFBa-.'/ iibAHL (4- aathaniel" , John 2 , John 1 ) 

b Jan 6 1722 - c asthasipton, ;<iaas. 
d - vferaont, 

a 17*8 - nstha-apton, »asa. 

to of 

dau. of ( ldad r'oraeroy 
(Sarah felt 
b 1727 - Northampton ,*a98. 

d 1815 - iteraont 



Children;- 8BAR&-5) b Southampton, lass. 



i 

ii 

iii 



■ or talM 

Justus 

Jostua 



I 



v liphaa 



vi ;noG'-> 



Til Philip 



▼ill tertin 



bpt. 





1749 


d 








urea. 




17&0 


d 






1750 






1752 


d 

m 






1782 


Lydia Parks 




1756 


■ 

■ 








....... ioaeroy 




1762 


■ 






1782 


. ouisa .'.oore 


yay 23 


1765 


d 

■ 


abt 




1786 


>ally -elan 


Sept 27 


1767 


a 


June 


6 


1852 






(I) 


■ 


Jan 


1 


1790 


Lydia Curtle 




(2) 


a 


Feb 


1 


1793 


ercy rooks 




(3) 


a 


ay 


•1 


1809 


.'oia ulark 




1771 


■ 








una. 



.".llphaz Searl and wife were churc meabers before 17^5. Ihey 
f".raern, and the Fomeetead e?s a few rods south of f.chool-houac .o«4. After 
the children were grown they removed to Veraont. The fera was sold, and was 
owned in 1863 byilaothy P. Bates. 



▼i. 
vii. 



( The sons, liphnz, noch, and -hilip, removed together in 1786 
( to ^'ridport, /t. end later :liphaz settled la orthern Veraont. 



▼in. 



rh© youn-est son, art in, wes said to be a tool. 



( n ) ' ! ;L * 4- fcathanieV , John", John 1 ) 

b J ov 1724 - lastharapton, ass. 

1770 - outhampton, iags. 
a 1754 - Northampton, aass. 

to -.LIZaBSTH BABTIBTT. of 
dau. of ( 
b 

1727 - Northampton, 
d 1804 * -out" amp ton, ./.aas. 



Children;- « ft J b outhampton, ass. 

.lOBon b Jan 17o5 d 



ii Javid 

iil Jarius 

iv 'ioaq 

v 3achel 

▼i bO 

wii Elizabeth 

v.'' .lljah 

ix lloha 

x aits till 



Dec 



175 



1757 
tag 14 1758 

1760 

1762 
176? 
1765 

1767 
1763 



1778 



leanor Woodward 



1779 urea. 
July 20 1833 

y Uellowe 

3 - 

1789 ..sahel right 

1814 urra. 

-lar 22 £836 mi. 

1806 

1785 rhankful Austin 



abt 



18 IS 






Joaiah* ^oarl owned a fan of one hundred acres at the south end 
of Bedlaa street* since known as the Johnson farm. The house stood near 
Tripple's brook. 

lisabet:: Bartlett lost her father when about eleven years old, and 
therefore until her marriage lived in tJ*e family of I . .it' .or, of orth- 

atapton, where si© obtained an excellent education. Befcfa she end her husband 
were members of the Presbyterian c?iureb in orthampton, and she carefully 
instructed her children at an early age in aorals end religion. 

i. Holoaor. Soarl enlisted in the Revolutionary MBMBd went to Canada, 
and to Saratoga, .1, e was present at the surrender of A urgoyne, Oct. 17 1777, 
"e died the following year in the service at Oreenbueh, .'•'. rchen he was only 
twenty-three years of age. 



iii. Jariua' earl 



the comaand of Oen 

fever, on Long Island in 1773 or 1780 



enlisted in the army in 1777, and vias at est Point under 
Arnold. !'e was still in the service v;hen he died of yellow 



vii. lillaabetb" ">earl lived to be seventy-three and was the last one of the 
family living in the '.-oaestead which, by successive sales, had been reduced to 
one acre of land. >he was known a9 "3etty hed"' and *ao famous for her tribe 
of cats. 



x. aitstili^ .earl went to ow York, state and died at isinghaaton. 
I son of his was reported to be living near t;»t city. 



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(12) Kiv^h. .'. ,■■ (4- I.athaniel", JohnS John , 

V 2 1727 - • asthaapton, Mass. 

Ipt 27 1310 - orp-lnitown, a?*, (part of Southampton; 
a 1752 - i.ortha-ipton, 

to HUDUkfl PCHBROI of 

dau. of ( °oauel i^oraeroy 
( Hennah Fannus 
b ay 23 1732 - rortharapton, Mass. 
d I ov 6 1793 - ogginstown 



Children:- (5- SEARl) b Fogginetown (part of 8«lth«BptO», .lass.) 
1 Farmah b lay 15 1753 d 















ra 






1797 


award I'orter 


it 


Kaoni 


b 


nr 


80 


1755 


d 

a 








Daniel Luddington 


ill 


ucy 


b 






1759 


d 






1781 


osee Clark 


iv 




b 






1761 


d 


Jan 
abt 




1737 
If 


Polly 


V 


Dolly 


b 


Uf 


23 


1763 


d 










vi 


j tang 


b 


ov 


89 


1765 


d 










vii 


(nu »] 


b 


Fab 


83 


1768 


d 


p.r 


88 


1636 





▼ill Ira 



la Latter 



m Abigail 

Dec 26 1770 d June 7 1857 

(1) a 17'; o - ?!.. verett 

(2) at I:ov 18 1806 Catherine '■ oleoan 

dau ( leauel Coleman 

Kt] m In dwards 

June 16 1773 d mm. 



.aron* Aearl was a farmer. Rh homestead was in . ogginstowi, 
and in 1885 it was the property of Lemuel Albert Jpooner- 



i r vd»rrd orter was of Parley, Liasf?. 

ii Capt. Daniel uddington wee one of -hay's men in the tiae of :hay' 

Rebellion in 1788 at "pringfield, where Shay was defected. 

vi. Phineag"-' earl went to Bridport, t. and san a soldier in the 
American array fa 1779. 



vii. 
there. 



Samuel earl went to Hridport, 7t. about 1814, settled and died 
! J ie wife died in ftridport, June 21 1828, ape;? t>7 years, ho child. 



ix. r uther° "earl removed to Milton, ft. about 1814, and afterwards 
to .'ennsylvania, where he died. 



21 



(13) ii09S3 4 SFAHL ( 4- Kathaniel 3 , John , John 1 , ) 

b L'ar 27 1729 - l,asthajapton, ass. 

d June 23 1783 - Fogginstowi, .ass. (part of Southampton ) 
(1) a 1753 - 

to REBECCA a&BXS of 

dau. of ( Samuel Danks 
( Jetaiaa 
b 172j - 

1766 - 

(2)31 • 

Children;- ( &-3SARL ) b Fo^instowi (part of L-outha-.-ptou, -laes) 



1 


'-loses 


b 


ii 


■: MM 1 


b 


iii 


■ -■ I 


t 


Iv 


Bathes 


b 


T 


' - . 


1 


V. 


Km 


fa 


.loaesr 3earl a 


(a 



1754 d 


June 10 1306 




a 


1778 


^eton 


17.X J 


Jan 10 1836 




a 


1783 


iller 


1753 d 


Oct 30 1835 




UX 


1780 




1760 d 


:«ar. 16 184D 




(Dm 


1782 


lydia I'apliff 


(2)m 


1816 


-lisabeth Webber 


1761 d 






■ 


1786 


Holly Dewey 


1763 d 


176;) 





1768 
to Sarah Kings ley of 

dau. of ( Cbenezer Kings ley 



( 

1735/6 
1776 



o child, 



The Homestead of oaes Searl was owned in 1886 by uthor Burt' ?earl, a 
great grandson. 



19 



(14) -.:. ..' : •- lathaniel 3 , John 2 , John 1 ) 

b ot 19 1731 - -asthaapton, 
d 3et 20 160B - T.outhaapton, .jjsj?. 
1757 - Southampton, .aso. 
to A3 £ of 

dau. of ( Samuel Poneroy 
i.ah Jlannua 
b 1736 - outhanpton, '.aso. 
jt 31 1817 - Southampton, iiass. 



Children?- '.) b Southampton, .Lass. 

1758 d Dec 27 1846 



i 


_. i __ 


b 


ii 


U. . ■- 


fa 


lii 




b 


iv 


nideor. 


1 


V 


Jmi 


fa 


vi 


violet 


k 


▼11 


^st'.-cr 


fa 


riii 




1 


ix 


^,ancv 


b 


X 


1 ease 


b 



a 1731 Joth linnua 

1760 d . ■ 

a 1780 Samuel Coleaan 

1762 d V io 

m 1784 Lienor, i r'snnum 

1764 d ay 25 1804 

a Sept 3 1785 I oviaa Looais 

1765 d 

a joc 13 1737 :ioai 6 Clap ( 6-viii ) 

1768 d 1791 

a 1788 rctus Pholdon 

1770 d 1851 

a 1797 trong 

iar 1 1772 d .ug 14 I 

CX) a lor 10 1737 1. eta lay 

(2) a 1819 Jemima Clark 

(3) a 1830 ~ather .omeroy 
1776 d Dec 22 1861 

a 170C uius 6 Searl (21- ii.) 

liov 15 1778 d Oct 9 1862 

(l}a Jan 22 1801 Abigail Clap ( 6- viii.) 

(2) a Oct 1852 ami; dwarde 



Gjldeon Searl a farmer, lived in Bailea street j hie fara was osjied 
in 1886 by "r. arshall and Lorenzo Kinoch. -e had about forty grandchildren. 

ii. Capt. Samuel Coleaan died without child in 1832. Fe y»s a brother of 
Capt. Lemuel Coleaan. 

v. r. Jesse b "earl was married in lontgoaery, and removed to Otieco. 

. . where he became a prominent citizen. Be was a charter member of the 
Onondaga edical ociety which was organized June 1 1806. .e have no record 
of hie children, but hie grandchildren were livin/' in e3t Onondaga, .¥. in 
1885. n is wife, .aomi, was born ..arch 3 1773 and died 1830 Sfee waa 

a sister of his brother's wife, Abigail, and daughter of elah and Abigail 
:iap and a granddaughter of Submit 4 ( Searl; Clark. 



(15) BIUDAD 4 SB&at (4- Eathanlel 5 , John 2 , John 1 ) 



16 1773 - Southampton, Maes. 
1 - Sheldon, r ermont. 

3 1758 - Southampton, ; ang. 
to of 

dau. of ( "leaser BnsN* 
( rorothy 
b 
d 



Children;- outhamptori, Mass, 



i Stephen b 

ii Uilda 

iii b 

iv Isabel b 

v hir.y b 

vi Princess b 

vii Sarah b 

viil ":Qul b 

Ix b 



1759 a 1782 

1763 a Kov 27 1794 

1765 a 1780 

17G7 a 

1769 d 
a 

1771 a 1791 

1775 a IBOi 

1778 a 1804 

1781 a 1305 



annah ^ade 
hoebe ' ray 
lieha Lee 
Iff] rthati lord v.ade 

' ■ 

Susan 

aleb Danke 
leaeer Stephens 
ally leaner d 
other L'artindale 



lldad carl sas a farmer long settled in outhempton, but in 1786 
•hen his youngest son yj&a about five years old, he removed to Hridport, t. 
taking the greater part of Me family with him; the others removed elsewhere, 
so that in the end none of his children remained in out'empton. T'e was 
accompanied to .ridport by three nephews, eons of his brother, ' lipha2. He 
finally removed with some of thea to the northern part of "er.aont. 

He served tales as private in the evolutionary aar] in Capt. Oliver 
lyaan's co., Col* ikes' regt. mileage allowed 11£ miles, arrant deted , ept. 
12 1776, ebstract dated Dorchester, : ov. 27 1776; Iso ir. Ca;t. lijah flap's 
co. Col.John Dickenson's regt., enlisted Aug. 17 1777, iiaeharged u<-. 22 
1777, service five days; company aarchod toward Bennington as f&r north &a I ew 
Providence, on an alarm, Roll doted at out heap ton. 



earl was a private in apt.rheneaer Sheldon's co. (7th) 
of volunteers, 2d " ampshlre county regt. service Bfpdtaat tb* insurgents at 
Northampton, 15, 16, 17, of June 1732; Three days. He removed with his 

father to ridport in 1786, where he was married eight years later, and then 
settled ir. 'oris county near .'artinsbvrg, ! .Y. "i? wif« , hoebe Gray, came 
from Pelham, ..aas. 



Nathpn 'o: 



5ttn 



ill : Heha lee resided in eotfield; 

Springfield; vi Caleb Danka in Holyoke, '.ass. 

:'he old ildad -'ones toad in outhaapton was occupied in 1885 fcy athan Gilbert. 



27 



(16) :.:■'.■ • (4- athaniel , John'', John 1 

1735 - Jouthaiapton, 
1817 - . outhampton, U&ss. 
1764 - Gouthaapton, ..ass. 
to of 

dau. of (Selah Clark 

u.iice .right 
b 1733 - -Southampton, .lass. 

a June 13 1316 - jouthampton, .iass. 



Children s- 


5* 


43 


i 
ii 


«pfa 


50 


• 1 1 


51 


iii 


Aeenath 


52 


iv 


3 ftf* »1 


53 


V 


issl 


54 


V' 


lark 


oo 


V 


i>ela 


56 


vili 


Anna 


57 


ix 


Cornelius 


103 


X 


.Jiloah 



9 -outhamptan, ..aas. 

b 176o d : uly 20 : 

1787 

■ 1767 d Feb 12 

a 1732 

b 1769 d 

m 1734 

b Aug 14 1771 d June 16 1S53 

a Sept 22 1796 

b ov 14 1774 d Jan 11 I860 

a Jan 24 17.19 
b 1775 d 

(2; a 1616 

b 1778 d July 20 I 

■ 

h 1780 d Dec 8 1836 
ftt 10 181^ 

b Feb 16 1783 d ,ar 6 1832 

m May 24 1804 «olly Glark 

b 1786 d .-pr 1832 . 

■ 1808 -athaniel 5. learl 



aachel Bates 

sther Sheldon 

benezer heldon jr. 

larissr lymon 

ophia Sheldon 

ary strong 
>arah Coleman 

hankful t-omeroy 

leazer ^oleaan 



Zophar carl was a prosperous farmer? he made ample settlement 



for hin children, all of whoa married and had large fa.ilioe. The Homestead 
was in .ilder I— daw, at the foot of olf Mill, two railoe from the center of 
the town. e was fond of oreeback riding, and usually came into toan upon 
a small ewitchtail mare. 



(17) JOB 4 SEARL ( 4- Rathaniel , John 2 , Jihn 1 ) 



sa 



b 

d Apr 



be 



1739 - Southampton, Mass. 
5 1788 - Southampton, i<iass. 
1762 - Southampton, Maes. 
DORCAS STRONG of 
dau. of ( Dea. ^aitetill Strong jr. 
( Esther Hoot 
1742 - Southampton, Mass. 
1829 - Southampton, IHHi 



Children;- ( 5- SEARL ) b Southampton 

58 i Job b ay 8 1763 d Feb 15 1822 

m 1787 sther iatthewe 
li Dorcas b Apr 5 1765 

59 iii Aaahel b Sept 4 1768 d abt 1835 

a 1799 Rachel Tlarmum 
51 iv Clarissa b Apr 30 1772 d 

a 1807 Bbenezer 'heldon jr. 
v Thankful b Dec 21 1776 

60 vl EUhu b iter 2 1782 d Dec 30 1848 

a Jan 11 1818 Tryphena Lyman 



Job * 3 earl a farmer, was also a cooper, and was succeeded in the 
The Homestead was owned in 



same trade by his eldest son 
iioffit and the late Zophar 6 Searl 



by a r. 



iv. Clarissa 5 (Hearl) Sheldon married the widower of her cousin 
Asenath 5 (Searl) Sheldon. (16- iii.) 



FIFTH GOFERATlaK 



( id'08es Line in Part ) 



(35) MOB S3 S HVAHL ( 13- iioaea 4 , Kathaniel 3 , John 2 , John l ) 

b 1754 - Pogginatoan (part of Southampton, Uataa.) 

d Juno 10 1306 - Southampton, Mass. 
a 1778 - Southampton, Mass. 

to DOLL* EGG LEST CK of 
dau. of ( 
( 
b 1749 - Southampton, Maaa. 

d 1830 - Southampton, Maaa. 



Children;- (S-I'lARI ) b Southampton, Klaaa 
102 i r os08 b 



ii am b 

103 iil KathaniolE.b 



104 lv Jared b Mar. 



1780 d 




1855 




■ 


Oct 


6 1804 


ary job worth 


1783 d 




1803 


una. 


1785 d 


Apr 


1 1842 




(Da 




1808 


zilpah 5 Smart (16-. 


(2)m 




1832 


Jtb, Polly Taylor 


7 1788 d 


July 


29 1861 




(»)■ 




1811 


Rhoda Phelpn 


(2)m 




1813 


idary Phelpa 


(3) m 


Feb 


so mu 


:alome Jurt 


1792 d 




1803 





Dolly 



ooee * earl occupied the farm which had belonged to hie wife 1 a 
father. 



30 



(36) 



REBHCCA ° SEARL ( 13- Moses 4 , Nathaniel* , John , John* ) 



b 1756 - Pogginetown (part of Southampton, Mass.) 
d Jan 10 1836 - Southampton, Mass. 
a 1783 - Fopginstown 
to ROGER aiLLER of 

son of ( Zebediah Miller 

( Rebecca 

b 
d 



Children,*- (6- IIUSS) b Southampton, Mass, 
i Calvin b 1784 d 

a 
155 11 Abraham b 1785 d 

a 
ill Rebecca b 1788 d 



1867 

1812 Abigail .iiller 

1859 

1811 Lether 6 Searl ( 58 ) 

1803 






was a cooper by trade. 



* Calvin Iiller carried Abigail Killer, b 1700, d 1867, 
dau. of John Iiller And Abigail Poaeroy. Husband and wife died the same day. 
Pour children, SILLER t- 1. John r. b 1812, d Sept 6 1864, ra(l) 1833, Jene V. 

• Olcott, d 1843 ep. He a(2) abt 1850, Sophronia Tuttle, her son b ier 15 

1852, died. 

2. Calvin b Aug 1816, a 1853, Deborah Osen 7 Searl, dau. of Alpheus Searl. 
A daughter b Dec 31 1854, died Boon. (106 -i ) 

3. Abigail b Dec 29 1818, d 1868, a 1 ov 25 1852, Sophar 6 Searl. (50 - vii; 
4 * "llllara H. b 1822, a 1848, ary It. Chapman, of Montgomery, Mm, 

Re was a carpenter in Kasthaapton. 



FIFTH dBKHRATIOK 



( ZOPHAR lkk GRLY ) 



S3 



(49) ZEKA9 5 3EARL ( 16- Zophar 4 , Nathaniel 3 , John 2 , John 1 ) 

b 1765 - Southampton, Mass. 
d July 20 1803 - Chester, Maes, 
a 1787 - Southampton, aaas. 
to RACHEL BATES of 

dnu. of ( Stephen Bates 

( Mln dwell Seward 
b June 28 1767 - Southampton, &5ase. 
d Oct 20 1857 - Southampton, "ass. 



Children;- ( 6-3KARL ) b Chester, Mass. 
126 

127 
128 



129 



i 


HM ill 


b 


July 


14 


1783 d 


ay 


26 1S03 




ii 


leu 


b 


Feb 


27 


1790 d 
(1) m 
(2)m 


Jan 


12 1878 
1813 


Julia Sheldon 
Mary illiams 


ill 


Achsa 


b 


' ov 


26 


1791 d 

m 


Feb 
pr 


24 1875 
13 1814 


1 dwarde Clark 


iv 


BjBJ 7 


b 


Dec 


23 


1793 d 

■ 


Jan 
Aug 


28 1890 
28 1817 


luther Edward! 


V 


polloa 


1 


ay 


2 


1796 d 


lay 


3 1803 




vl 


o- M 


b 


Oct 


15 


1798 d 


May 


9 1803 




Vii 


Spencer 


b 


Dec 


30 


1800 i 


-lay 


6 1803 




riii 


1 MM 


b 


ar 


22 


1803 d 


Jan 


5 1899 





Dec 10 1823 Strong Clark 



Zonae :j Searl a farmer, removed after marriege to Chester, iiaes. 
and founded a homestead. In April, 1803, he attended the funeral of his 
brot er'a child who had died of scarlet fever. J! e turning home, he brought 
the contnnion aith him, and within a fortnight he loot four of hie own 
ehlldren, including his oldest son of fifteen years. Two months later he 
met his own violent death; he was kille by a yoke of fractious steers 
which ran away with him in the field. T e was an estimable and worthy man 
and highly respected. His wido*, Rachel (Bates) Searl, ■ Do* 20 1807, 
Isaac i -arsons, and lived in Southampton to the age of ninety years. 



32 



(50) ( 16- Zophar 4 , Nathaniel 3 , John", John 1 ) 

b 1767 - Southampton, Aiass. 

12 1850 - Southampton, ..ase. 

a 1792 - Southampton, lass. 

to ssrara ammm of 

d&u. of { Capt. Nbeneser Sheldon 
( Sarah ; .tron£ 
b 1770 - Southampton, .ass. 
d Apr 1834 - "outhampton, :J&ss. 



Children:- 


(6- a : 


b 


Southampton 














i 


, nsel 


b 


1794 


i 


Apr 


8S 


1803 






li 


hirilla 


h 


1796 


i 


pr 


29 


1803 






iii 




fa 


1798 


d 


■ ay 


1 


1803 




130 


iv 


dnund Ntronp 


b 


July 15 MOO 


d 


Sept 


11 


1866 














■ 


Uay 


10 


1824 


. annie Bascoa 




V 


-Tilrilln 


h 


Nov 1803 


? 






1828 


Nrederie Day 


131 


vi 


:.;'>"'. 


h 


Oct 3 1806 
(1 
(2) 


■ 
1 


Her 


a 


1886 
1828 
186? 


bigail S.Ndwards 
Jam A.s.sonrl 










(3) 


m 


Apr 


9 


1877 


ary orgfin 


132 


vi! 


KOmt 


b 


Jan 15 1803 


d 


pr 


IV 


1884 












(1) 


:. 


abt 




1630 


.ranees k.Eilliams 










(2) 


J. 


ov 


2S 


1852 


Abigail filler (36-1-3) 


133 


viii 


sthcr Alaena 


fa 


Feb 19 1812 


d 


Nov 


a 


1887 














Ji 




i 


1331 


parous L. Locals 



.rdophar ^earl a farmer, operated aloo a cardlnp, fulling and 
cloth-dressing mill on roat fountain brook. He lived to be eighty-throe 
years old. "e lost three children at one time by scarlet fevor. 



v. Prederlc and Phirilla 6 (Searl; Say 
laas. where they had tt?o children ;- 

1. oseph 3, jay b 

2. fulir b 



removed to Florence, Northampton, 



(51) AS:, :.;: - :: mil ( 1C- .ophar 1 , -.atbaniel 3 , John ? , Join 4 ) 

I 1769 - Southampton, ase. 
d 1805 - Southampton, ~ass. 
■ 1794 - outhampton, Mass, 
to BSBRSZER BH8UKN -Jr. of 

son of ( Capt. Sben< zer Sheldon 
( Esther strong 
1769 - Southampton, aass. 
d Apr 4 1812 - Southampton, Mass. 
He m (2) • 



Children;- ( 6- S! 


outhamptoi 










i lecta 




b 


1796 


d 




1821 
1820 


uartus Clap 


11 Aeenath 




b fob 


1796 


d 

m 




1826 


.apt. uranpp Strong 


lil imeon 




b ay 


28 1800 


d 


_ec 2 


1870 


lactni Clap, m. Dec 24 1823 


iv Setsoy 




b ;ec 


1802 


d 

m 




1824 

1823 


juko Farsone 


v ether 


lniro 


b Apr 


1805 


d 


ar 12 


1839 


una* 


* Sbenezor 


Sheldon Jr. 


married (2d) 


In 1807 


Clarissa 5 Searl, '17-iv) 



by whom he had one child, bom 1809, diod 1810, 



ii. Capt. Orange Stronr b 1798, d ay 1 1882, son of Aat 
Hannah (Carrier) strong, had three childran;- 

1. Jairue Alonao, b Dec 8 1831, d June 3 1845. 

2. Sdwin Orange, b June 20 1835 , d carpenter and joiner, he m June 1869 

of Springfield, Mass, and resided there, no child. 

3. George Sheldon, b Dec 14 1837, d pr 11 1883, a farmer, m. 1867 Jucy A. 
Phelpa of Northampton, Sass. no child. 



iii. Simoon Sheldon married Kaomi Clap of Orange, Vermont. "he was bom 
in 1802, and d'od cpt 10 1882, dau. of Thaddeus & Shoda ( trong) CI* p. He 
was a farmer and one of the early members of the lethodist church in South- 
ampton; six children;- (3HELDCK) 

1. Joseph . b Feb 16, 182a, d Oct 10 1857, m. 1847, alsenn ^.Saunders; 
a farmer and a miller; had a son b Sar 8 1849, d Sov 8 18C3. 

2. James Thaddeus, b Feb 3 1627, d Aug 31 1886, m. 1849, ophia A.Icoody; 
had three daughters and one son; res . Springfield, Uass. 

3. fenry Simeon ,b _ec 21 1828, ra. June 1 1854, Antoinette E.* Searl (292) 

4. Samuel b Sar 6 1835, ft. 1861, Julia A. aroer. 

5. Sahlon Chapann, b iar 30 1837, m. 1860, velyn . orse of Holyoke; 
a (2d) Laura Lemira Fllia of ?!untington, Llase. a famer. six children. 

6. Ransom D. b 1844, d Sept 25 1911, m. Snry Chamberlain of lew Salem. 



(52) IS:. 



( 16- Zophar 4 , I.'athaniel 3 



«ohn , John ) 







14 1771 


. 


Southampton, lass. 












d June 16 1853 


• 


Southampton, .iaos. 












a Sept 22 1796 


- 


Chester, 


ass. 














to CLARISSA 




of 














dau. 


of ( Dea. S1 


Uvgbm 


lyraan 














( Anna Blair 














b ct 10 1777 - Cheater, 


■Mb 










d Jan 29 1842 - outhaapton, 




* 




Children j- 




b Southsapt< 


3U 












t 


lynan Elair 


b 


Sept 27 


1798 


u 


a 


12 1837 


un i . 


134 


ii 


?*r3Jony 3 lair 


b 


Aug 16 


1800 


d 

■ 


ar 
Feb 


27 1845 
14 1828 


Flavius itoore 




ill 


Clarissa 3. 


b 


Oct 5 


1602 


d 


-'opt 


23 iesa 


Ui,. 




iv 


lecta A. 


b 


Oct 6 


1805 


d 

a 


■f 
Apr 


1 ! W63 

14 1042 


Joel Lyman Jr. 




V 


( infant ) 


b 


Feb 18 


1808 


1 


M 1 - 


day 






Ti 


Israel 'vatson 


b 


Apr 8 


1310 


a 


Oct 


u ". ■ 


urea. 


135 


Vii 


lam ' , 


b 


Apr 14 


1812 


d 

■ 


Jan 


I 

I. 1834 








John right 


136 


viii 


! harton D. 


b 


Sept 12 


1814 


d 


Xov 


1 1891 














(1) 


■ 


Apr 


14 1S42 


orinda A.Moore 












(2; 


■ 






. .yraan 


137 


ix 


nteBhen ;dward 


! ; 


Feb 9 


1817 


■ 


-nr 


19 1894 
6 1846 


Henrietta J,31ii 



Israel ^ Searl a faraer, had his otaestsad in the vest school district 
of loutha ipton, where ha died aged eighty-two. 

i. j yaan Olalr 6 Gearl was accidentally killed while grinding bark in a 

oill. 'e vss.3 thirty-nine years old. 

ii. Tool ?yaan ;1r. b 1806, d 1867, m Electa A. 6 Searl and had two 
chi ldren ; - ( IJEIAI: ) 

1. Israel b 1845, d 1849 

2. lecta b July 10 1847, d July 12 1870, unra. 



vi. Israel atson G -earl was graduated from jnhornt college in 1832. 
Ba went to Liberia aa a missionary to the freeoen, and was killed by cannibals 
in his twenty-fifth year. 



(53) 






( 16- Zopfcar 4 , Nathaniel 3 , Johr' Mb 1 



b Rev 14 1774 - Smtftaaeptan, lass. 

11 1860 - orwich, 
a Jen 24 17*59 - Southampton, '•iaea, 
to D of 

dsu. of ( Capt. ,benezer Sheldon 
I '-or -trong 
b Jan 29 1776 - Southampton, '.'ass. 
d Aug 17 1861 - Norwich, Mass. 



1290092 



Childrer;- b orwir 



138 



140 



I Sella 
Sophia 



Feb 
Apr 



17 1800 

2 no: 



139 Hi "penoer 
iv Clarissa 



Jan 25 1874 
ay 7 182P 

Jan 5 1875 
ov I 1837 
B Oct 26 1806 d June 8 1844 



b Au* 21 1804 



141 Tiii 



OBJ M 



': ar 



▼1 Joel Strong b :ey 



vii 



25 1808 
2 1810 



lioha freeman 
Millard Judd 

hlloraolia Gay lord 
'orrln "ill lama 



Peb 26 1874 una. 
June 23 1871 





(1) m 1836 


Maria Fnirraan 




(2) ■ 1848 


liza Fairnsan 


bo; err r 


Sheldon, h Jan 13 1813 d Dec 1880 






(1) * 


Betsey Pice 




{2) a .Nov IS 


. £«8ear2 


MMM • 


b .Tune 22 1816 d May 1 





ix Julia 



b Oct 22 1819 



Jan II 
.Tune 23 1844 
.Oct 10 1840 



iiriam Sanford 

•'.oe Stebbins 



Joel'"' 3«arl a young farmer of Southampton, bought land at frorraich 
Pond, Huntington, Hasa. and built a substantial houso in nhich some of his 
great grandchildren atill live. The next year he anrriod, and brought his 
bride to the new home, where their lives were spent in quiet industry. 



i. fidelia earl married iilieha Kreeman, a neighboring farmer, and 
had eight children; -""TFrlSMAB ) * I- Almiro; 2. Asher P: 3. ary; 
4. Harth-j 5. Augustus; 6. Julia, b Feb 19 1841, d .July 22 1913, m John 
Clark of outhampton, he b ^iar 13 1833, d Aug 22 1901; 7. Sdward; 
0. orris. The family was poor and moved to Ohio in hopes of finding 
better success, and was never heard from. 

vii. Sbenezer 6 Sea rl a farmer, resided at fiorwich Pond where he had a 
dau. nlly < Searl, who married Monroe Knight, of aethampton. After his 
2d marriage he resided in I asthaaspton , his wife being i'anny ' . dau. of 

illiam Stephenson A Sophia 6 Co earl) iiogers (98), and v/idow of tymenus 7 
Searl of Southampton, (102). 

ix. Julla G .earl married Joel Hice Stebbins, eon of ustin I Iydia(;iice) 
Stebbins, b Cranby, laaa. Oct 16 1820, d there jec 13 1874. Che had but one 
child, Charles Stebbins, b June 23 1842, died soon. 



( M ) CLftR * ° " £AHL ^ 16 " ^P 1 **" 4 ' »athaniel 3 , John", John 1 ) 

b 1775 - Southampton, Llaas. 
d - untington, wiaaa. 

(1) a 1799 - -outhampton. ...ass. 

to MART STRONG of 

dau. of ( "aitstill Strong 
>d«i ~lark 
b 1779 - .'outharapton, .'.nco. 
d 1815 - Huntington, Maea. 

(2) m 1816 to Sarah Coleman (see below) 

Children;- - b ^outhainpton 

142 i Felicia b Sept 14 1800 d July 22 1876 

m Oct 24 1821 k'ranklin 3urt 





ii 

iii 




b 


lay 


20 18^2 
1803 


d 
1 






1805 
1805 






iv 


lusnei 1 


k 


--'ay 


12 1604 


d 

m 








iouelin Gorham 




• 

vi 


Kervey 


b 

b 


Aug 


10 1806 
1011 


d 
d 

a 






1810 


iorce 


143 


-:•- 




b 




21 1012 


d 
m 


ov 

■ MM 


I] 


1869 


Samuel P.Bartlett 



"Huntington, Mace. 

■Ucr-v " oar I a farmer, removed with hia family about 1810 to 
Funtington, aaa. s married there, (2d) in 1816, r.arah Coleman, dau. of 
Capt. Le-auel ; Catherine (Sdwarda) Coleman. She died there without child 
in 1848. 



vi . ~ol. Ira Pierce waa froa Columbia, . . Tie lived in South 
Fadley Falls, ar-d had ten children. 



37 



(55) BSLft^fARL ( 16- iophar 1 , Nathaniel 1 , John , John 1 ) 

b 1778 - 3outhampton, lass. 

d July 20 1857 - 'untington, ans. 
■ 1802 - Southampton, iass. 

to THAN&FUL P^LiROY of 
dau. of ( Jacob Pomeroy 

( Thankful .ocaeroy 
b 1784 - .outhaapton, idass. 

d Apr. 28 1862 - untington, ass. 



Children;- (6-SSAHL) b Huntington 



144 



145 



146 



147 



148 



i 


orun 


b 




1803 


d 




1803 




ii 


ucetta 


b 


Sept 


23 1805 


d 

■a 


June 
. ov 


11 loGC 
29 1827 


ohn k Hall 


iii 


rhnnkful 


h 


u~ 


18 1808 


d 


Dec 
kiay 


31 1852 
17 1829 


'.B.GhataberJain 


iv 


ola 'oaeroy 


h 


July 


12 1812 


d 
m 


June 
ov 


10 1807 
13 1839 


"uliettc Werner 


V 


illias dward 


h 


i'eb 


17 1815 


d 

ra 


ay 
ov 


16 1908 
27 1845 


fucy U. Hag 


vi 


poljoe .. 


b 


ar 


22 1818 


d 

31 


ar 


30 1896 
1 1845 


arah J, Dilkes 


▼li 


Vinson G. 


b 


Dec 


20 1824 


d 


abt 


1880 


una. 


riii 


Dorus 


b 


abt 


1830 


d 




1832 





5ela *•* earl a faraer, settled on aorae hill, 'untington, i,a8B. 



vii Vinson "-. 3ear l lived in estfield, bss. with his brother 
'illiarn dward. and died there. 



(56) ° SEARL ( 16- lophar , rathanlel 3 , John 2 , ohn 1 ) 

b 1730 - outhaapton, :iass. 

d «c S 1836 - Southampton, Nam. 

a Oct 10 1310 - Southampton, iaea. 

to 'LKAZAH OOUBttl of 

son of ( Lieut. Lemuel Coleman 
{ Catherine dwarde 
b 1783 - outhaapton, .ass. 

d ay 22 18^ - aathaapton, .ass. 



:hildren;- 
1 
11 


( Infant b 
raerson S. b 


haapton 
1812 
1816 


d 
d 

a 




1812 


annie Coleman 


in 

iv 


Dorcoa harlotte b 
3oauel . b 


1618 
182o 


d 

m 

d 

a 


:ept 


1855 
1048 


r areh 

of Springfield 

aaa .Lyman 



iv Samuel : . Coleman a ama 3. Iyaan, dau. of Dea Samuel ft dlrlaa 

(Tinker] lyaan. 3he was b in 1827, died Feb 15 1881. They had four children 

com' 

1. Frank B. b Sept 5 1349, a Hah 11 1875 Addle L. Braily. Hi was 
the inventor of the electric bu2ser, used In the induction telegraph ayBte \. 

es. In York ity. T '# had a daughter, Bertha yaan oleman. 

2. neroon . b July 20 1851, ■ et 31 WT2, 11 . helps; 
ree. orwich, Conn. hey had four children; Camilla . b _«c 28 1873; 
Florence ., aerson K. jr. and • 'e was an engineer. 

3. Carrie, b 1853 d Cept 18o5. 

4. ellie J. b Aug 15 18^5, a Jan 23 1879, red . arner of 
illiameburg, : aas. 



(57) 



BA I L 



( 16- Sophar , 1 athaniel , o!:n : , Sohn ) 



b Feb 16 1782 - Couthampton, lass. 
d nr 6 1832 - Southampton, la3o. 
■ ay 24 1804- iouthaapton, iaas. 
to DOLLY CLARK of 

dau. of { 2 oah Clark 

( Eunice atronr 
b Hoy 17 1784 - Southampton, Mass. 
d : ov 23 1851 - Southampton, 



Chil 


drsn;- ( 6- 


) b 


Southampton 










149 


~ . - 


b ay 


13 


180b 


1 


Dec 


2S 


1860 














■ 


: ov 


6 


1827 


Asaph Kurlbut 


150 


ii Qoiiy 


b May 


2 


1807 


d 


M S 


LB* 














■ 


1 ov 


81 


1827 


:ardia Chapman 


102 


ill Bethsina 


b Oct 


ss 


1809 


d 


-«0 


I 


1876 












(U 


■ 


. ov 


1 


1830 


7 » earl 










(2) 


■ 






1874 


illiasa Delancy 




iv Harriet 


b _ec 


13 


1811 


1 


G,.:t 


IS 


1840 


una. 


151 


v Cornelius drc. 


b I ov 


B 


1813 


i 


Dec 


a 


1886 














m 


ov 


H 


1840 


Julia :.i 7 . Searl 




vi Anna 


b June 


7 


1816 


1 


Jan 


SI 


IQZi 




152 


vii Jarlus Clark 


h |Sf 


11 


1819 


1 


pr 


M 


1852 














i 


-ay 


s 


IS5 


me line C. Young 


153 


viii Philomel .. 


b July 


IS 


1822 


1 


Jec 


4 


1867 














■ 


ov 


1 


1844 


eneca L.Gorhaui 




ix unlce Cordelia b Dec 


9 


1824 


vl 


kov 


tfl 


1844 














■ 


Apr 


12 


1843 


Aspasia Graves 




x Ann liza 


b BM 


ss 


1827 


1 


Oct 


SI 


1863 














■ 


June 


M 


1850 


lueas Richards 



Cornelius ° Searl a faraer, wan a large owner of land. Ba lived 
on his father'n place in Alder meadow, at the foot of olf Hill. After his 
death the old residence was destroyed by fire, and the family built a new 
one on Plat hill. 



ili Bethalna ° 'earl m Asa Ruggles' ; earl, son of oses and lived 
in Southampton, where he died April 12 1872. She a (2) '"illiaa Delancy, of 
Unionvllle, Conn, and died there, without child, ec 9 1876. He died there 
July 17 1884. 

ix. unlce Cordelia Graves died without child, ir underland, -lass. 



x. Asm liza Richards died without child, in nionville, onn. 
Her husband died there Dec 8 1805. 



3IXTF QESERATIGE 



«o 



(102) aixr.i - ( SS-.ioses^, -loses, ;:at'.-.oniel°, John"'-, Join 1 ) 



Oct 6 
to 



1780 - :onthamptan, ^lase. 
18S5 - Southampton, HM4U 
180-1 - Montgomery, lAaaa. 
MAR! B0S3QRTH of 
dau. of ( Zadoc ;.os worth 
( Deborah 3undy 
Aug 8 1782 - 'Montgomery, Maas. 
- Southampton, 



Jhildren;- ( 7- ) 

i uartus b 



ii Aaa Ruggies b 

202 ill ;sarv Ann b 



b Southampton 

:4ay 18 18Cb d 

(I) b 

(*)■ 

I.ov 1 1807 d 



:ar 



Feb 



1310 d 
(!)■ 

(2) a 

(3) a 
29 1812 d 



203 iv DolLy Amelia b 

204 v osea b : ov 22 1313 

205 vi ;auT'= Uarla b Mar 30 1817 

vii Arthuea b June 27 1819 

viii tally aria b 1820 

206 ix Psmenus b 1824 



Sept 13 1873 

Oct. U 

Apr 12 1872 

Kov 1 1830 

Oct 28 1828 



Jan 

-ay 
Apr 
Jan 

Oct 

lov 
Jan 
Oct 



a ism 

1831 
18 1895 
25 1835 

21 1839 
9 1838 

22 1830 
7 1841 
1G MM 
7 1847 



Uuniee ftll llama 

DethsinaSearl (57) 

Joohua vyaan 
«cF. Vfard 

Thomas Bayles 

ufua strong 

rirsa I aoai 7 rannua 

Raneford ioot jr. 
una. 



Fanny f« Rogers 



4oaes ' oarl a farmer, was also a cooper by trade. 

1. Quartua 7 Searl a Southampton farmer, went to ;pringfield, Llass., 
and was succeoelvely a stage-driver, a purchaser of horses for a stage line, 
and the o?iner of a livery stable. Fe built the firat brick barn erected in 
Springfield. He died in that city, and was buried at Chicopoe, ilass. lis 
first wife was bom in 1797 and died, ... in 1848. His second wife, unice 
Tilliams, see born Aug 13 1820 and died s.p. July 18 1904 in Springfield. 

They adoptod rry lizabeth, an orphan whose father was killed in 
the civil aar 5 her stepfather , John l.elly, also enlisted in the arcsy, after 
which her mother soon died, and iiary was placed In a Home, from which she was 
adopted, and took the name of earl. She was born Oct 25 18C2 In Gharlestown, 
Boston, married in Springfield, tar 10 1381 to Dr. George neworth lien of 
that city, and had two children bom there, kLLS&t- Gertrude Elizabeth born 
Jan 16 1882, raid Seymour, born :ar 18 1896. Ira. Allen became a clerk in 
mith ft Murray's store, and in 1908 was a clerk in a bakery on outh Llain St. 



11, 



Aaa Aggies 7 Searl was a farmer and house- joiner of Southampton. 



41 



Ba aarrieg Bethsina Oearl, daughter of Cornelius * Jeari, ond had no child. 
They removed to Unlonville, Conn, where his neice, ;iary Jane yman, lived 
«ith them. (202- iii.) 
Two years after his death Betheina aarried illiaxa Da lancy. 



7 4 

Tirza laosni' Fannua was a great granddaughter of Gideon oarl. 



lx. Fanny oodbury 7 ogers was in the line of Aaron 4 Cearl, 



42 



(103) 









>- osee 5 , ■—■■*, athaniel 3 , John s ) 



b 1785 - Southampton, : aoo. 
d Apr 1 1842 - Southampton, 

(1) m 1808 - = 0outhrcapton, 

to zihL : -:' of 

dau. of ( Sophar * Searl (16-x) 
( Anna Clark 
b 1786 - Southampton, 
d Apr 183C - Southampton, Saao. 

(2) tj 1832 - 

to re. -oily ( ) Taylor of shfield, Haas, 

dau. 

( 
b 1796 - 

d Oct 7 1874 - ?eatfield, Liase. 
v/idow of 

m - 

She m (3d; 

to Daniel lyman of Westfield 
son of ( 
( 
He b 
d 
Resided in Westfield 



Children:- ( T-SSaRl ) b Southampton, lass. 
207 



151 



208 



209 



210 



i 


derrick 


b 


May 13 1812 d 


Apr 


1 1868 










(1) a 


Iter 


19 1834 


Lucy ii.Looaia 








(*)« 


Feb 


89 10C;, 


ry R.Aaton 


il 


Zilpah 


b 


1 ov 23 1814 d 


^eo 


9 1861 


una* 


iii 


Julia aria 


b 


Sept 14 1817 d 


Jan 


23 1890 


6 








m 


now 


26 1840 


Cornelius .Seerl 


iv 


Lucy : nn 


b 


Mar 18 1820 d 


Oct 


6 1893 










■ 


Aug 


27 1845 


ortiue Clark 


V 


James Hervoy 


h 


Sept 18 1822 d 


Oct 


19 1906 










(1) ■ 


Jan 


28 1846 


firoline R.Prentiss 








(2) a 


Oct 


9 1855 


lien V. Fail-man 209) 


▼i 


'inoa Taylor 


b 


June 5 1833 d 








▼ii 


'yron " fries ton 


1 


Juno 27 1837 d 


*:ov 


11 1905 










■ 


Oct 


21 1868 


Augusta L. Blood 



▼i. "nos Taylor "earl went to -ennaylvania, a young man, and was never 
heard from. 



43 

(126) ■;• • ' ' «•* orr\~ : . Stater 4 , nthnnio , John-.. Jtta 1 J 

b Feb 27 1790 - Cheater, 'ass. 

d Jan 12 1878 - est Andover, Ohio. 

(1) a 1813 - Chester, Hue. 

to JUIJA SKUXB of 

dau. of ( Pli^y Sheldon 
( Susanna Clarke 
b Aug 11 1793 - louthampton, 
d Dec 2 1842 - Chester, i-laoa. 

(2) n * 

Children:- ( 7-3F.ARL b Chester, Mass. 

257 1 ' llso Sates b Jan 8 1814 d .ay 11 1900 

m Rev 16 1836 Ambrose B.Iyaan 

258 II Julia heldon b June 21 1816 d Jan 24 1899 

n pr 23 1836 Stephen tyaan 

259 iii Rachel . b Oct 19 1918 d iov 17 1908 

(1) a July 18 1843 brahara bright 

(2) a I-»v 1 1671 Otis C. Hill 
iv Zonae R. b Not 5 1820 d July 1 1844 una. 

',\sa I'arsons b Bay 5 1823 d Jan 27 1912 

m Feb 4 1847 :ory A.rilliaas 

260 vi Sylvester 

Emmons b Oct 1 1828 d Iter 10 1889 

a June 9 1851 Sarah Carpenter 

261 Tii Charles liny b Apr 16 1831 d 

a -pr 12 1859 artha Turner 
▼iii tea . b 3ept 5 1839 d .ay IS 1 



iearl lost his father when A wae but thirteen years old. Ke 



reaained up en the saae fan until he was over seventy, and then removed to 
'.vest Andover, his, to v sit two of his sons, and died there in his eighty- 
eighth year. is aarried (2d) are. .inry ".'il liana of Oh— t ar, ass. 

v. Silas T^arsons^earle was a farmer in Chester, Umam* h aelectaan of 
the town, he was aade towiship treasurer in 1860, and held this office until 
his reaoval fea 'hio in 1867. »Te settled on a farm in 'n&over, Ashtabula co. 
but in later years he resided in Geneva, Ohio, was a manber of the Congregat- 
ional ohurch and served as deacon after 1891. few years before his death 
he presented his church with a parsonage costing four thousand dollars. 

lary .Cllllaas his wife, waa a daughter of uanar & .Mary A.(3rown) 

(See ne *.t page) 

"illlams, of Chester, "lass, where sh<* was born Jan 23 7829. The had no child. 
rs. was a vsry attractive and intelligent woman, entertaining in conversation 
and well versed in literature and the ne-?e of the day. he was a proainent 
aeaber of the local f.C.T.O., giving to It generously of her time, strength 
and aeana. "he died at Geneva. Ohio Dec 23 1909, and the Union held a 
aeaorial aeeting in her honor. after her death *r. Searl aade his hoae with 
his nephew, Sasfartf 3. ' ~earl of Geneva, but as waa his foraer custom, hs aade 
a visit nearly evory year to the scenes of his chlldhoou In . assachusetts, Re 
died in Jenevr in hi3 *igl -ty-ninth year, leaving bin estate to his surviving 
nephews and nieces, 15 in number, lanford ;ilas B 3earl being the executor of 
the will. 



« 43.1 

liary '. . -ill jama (2d) wife of ienas c 3earl. 

The author gives it as iary h. .tilliama deu. of Suaner 1 ..;ary A. (Brown; 
Williams. ::ut I think it is this way 

Zenas Searle and Mrs. ^ary Ann Williams , int. June 20 1843 - Chester VR-178 

Suaner Tilliaae died June 13 1840 aged 41y, hooked by an ox.- Chester 73-253 

Gunner Silliaaa and Mary Ann Brown married Apr. 15 1827 - Chester ¥3-195 

Ciary Ann il lianas dau.of Susier l» iiary Ann; 
( bom Jan 23 1829 - Chester VR-110 ) 



M 



(127) ___ (49 - Zenas°, Zophar 4 , athaniel 3 , John 2 , John 1 ) 

b Kov £6 1731 - Jhestar, 'ass. 
d Feb 24 1875 - Jouthaapton, iiass. 
m .pr 13 1814 - Chester, Haas. 
to EDWARDS CUM of 
son of ( 
( 
b - juthampton, :.Ia98. 

d Jan 1 1833 - o.Deerfield, Ass. 



Children x- ( 7- rJlark } b Southampton 








i p~ c b Oct 31 1815 
ii aria 8. b Nov 12 1817 

Hi Samuel dwards b Aug 18 1820 

iv Ac>sa "amanths b Aug 9 1825 

t T 'srriet Electa b &ay 31 1830 


d 

d 

■ 
d 
d 
d 
m 


Oct 12 1844 

Apr 2, 
June 4 1845 

.;• 
May 2 
Jan 1 
Oct 8 1851 


urea. 

'..illiam 3. Arms 

urva. 

una. 

1 ieo iroa 


Edwards Clark a farmer, removed 


fro . Mffcfei 


to -outh Ueerfield 



about the year 1837, 



i. -:oy. >a:,eer 5. Clark was a graduate of - mho ret college in 1839 
and of Aubur-. e-ainary in 1842. He was a promising young minister when he 
died at his hone, two years later, aged tv;enty-nine. 



u< 



mu 



..ioria 3. Arms 



resided in outh Jeerf ielt , 
b Doc 20 1848, who a I.ov 23 1869, 



Thoy had a daughter, Achsa nrls. t 

Alonao It, Ricr, of South Deerfield, and had two children, 

RICE :- 1. ebel A. b Feb 25 1877; and 2. Edward A. b Aug 21 1881. 



*• -harlo~ & Harriet ■ -. /.: 
in outh Doerfiol5. :unc 28 1853. 
Foster, of Springfield, vlass. and resided there 
Charles Arms died \pril 1888. 



had a daughter, Julia 
he married, June 5 1872, 



^ria Aj 
'illiatn 



€6 



(128) RAC--SI 6 3EARL (49 - Zonae 5 , Zophar 4 , feattantol 3 , 'ohn 2 , John 1 ) 

b Dec 23 1793 - Cheater, ass. 
d Jan 28 1890 - Southampton, ass. 
a Aug 28 1817 -Chester, Mass. 
to LUTHER BSMRBS Jr. of 
eon of ( tuther Idwards 
( Sarah Sheldon 
b Dec 16 1792 - Southampton, laae. 
d Sept 12 1863 - Southampton, aaes. 



Children ;- 


( 7- Edwards ) b 


Southampton 








i 


Julia Ann b 


June 19 1818 


d 


June 30 1818 




ii 


Catherine Louisa b 


H*V 17 1819 


d 


Sept 11 1843 


una. 


ill 


Henry Luther b 


Jan 24 1822 


d 


Feb 25 1903 










■ 


Oct 16 1867 


:iary (a.) Dyer 


iv 


Rachel Corinthia b 


June 25 1825 


d 












■ 


Oct 2 1850 


ieaac Parsons 


V 


-■arah Marietta b 


June 30 1828 


d 


June 2 1845 


una. 


vi 


Susan Sophia b 


lay 20 1832 


d 


Apr 10 1895 


una. 


▼11 


Amelia Jane b 


Dec 16 1835 


d 


June 15 1837 





Luther d war da Jr. a prosperous farmer living on the ancestral 
farm at outha-ipton, was descended froi Alexander dwards who came to this 
country in 1640 and settled in pringfield but removed to Northampton in 1655. 
'•'e served as oeloctraan as county commies loner, and in the state legislature. 
Hie immediate ancestors were prominen^aen of the town, eerving In vatioue 
official capacities. Re was a most public spirited man contributing liberally 
to the town academy and to the old canal project, and left e bequeet for the 
purchase of a town clock. 



Rachel^ (Pearl) Kdwarda was an educated and highly intellectual 
teachin/r school in outhampton for a number of years before her marriage. 
3he lived to be ninety-six, and was cheerful, bright and entertaining to the 
last. Hm took special interest in the young people who would gather about 

her at times to hear her stories of the earlier days. She wrote the following 
poem for her ninety-fourth birthday anniversary. 



'■ i n y Old Home 

I hail once more my natal day 
Still in my tenement of clay 

With many favors blest; 
iow Re who placed the structure here 
Can keep it up another year 

If Ke should think it best . 



long hath it stood through snow and rain, 
Aad braved Life's fearful hurricane, 

hile many a stronger fell. 
The reason why we cannot see. 
ut what to us seems mystery 

The Builder knows full well. 



But now 'tis seather worn and old, 
iha steamer's heat and winter's cold 

Pierce through the walls and roof; 
'lis like a garment so worn out, 
.o mend there seems no where-about, 

3o gone is warp and woof. 

The totterinjr pillars all are weak, 
The poor old rusty hinges creak, 

.he windows too are dii; 
These slight discomforts we'll let pass, 
For, looking darkly through a glass, 
e catch a hopeful gleam. 

Kature and reason tell us all 
The withered frame ere long must fall, 
hen, where, or how's unknown; 
e'll leave that to the Architect, 

. nd trust "in wisdon to direct 
The taking of It down. 

And when you see it prostrate lie 
Let not a tear bedim your eye; 

The tenant is not here. 
But just beyond Time's little spno 
She finds some quiet resting place, 
o more to date her year. 

And though she walks with you no more 
The world will move just as before, 

'Tis meet it should be so. 
j.et each his house in order set 
That he may leave without regret 
henever called to go. 



(kote- This was ■ poea she was fond ) 
( of but did not write. ) 



iii. Rev, enry Luther dwards married Mary ( Blankinship ) Dyer of 
South /.bington (now Whitman) Mans. She died Jan 6 1884, at I orthampton. 
Their two children were born at o. iiddleboro, ons. EDWARDS :- 

1. onry Dearborn, b T U ly 25 1868. 2. Winslow alley b Aug 13 
1870, a lawyer and member of the legislature in 1906. 

ev. Edwards fitted for college at 'heldon and Yilliston academies, 
he taught school in -outhanpton ; and was graduated fro.n Amherst college in 
1847. 'e entered Andover Theological seminary, but left in 1843 to accept 
a tutorship in Amherst, where he taught the classics for three years. 
hile a student he led the college choir, end later he taught ausic in 
aethampton and .ndover. In 1853 and 19i»4 he sas inntructor in the i.orth- 
a^pton classical institute. ' icensed to preach in 1850, he frequently 
supplied pulpits in the vicinity, and in 1855 was called to the pastorate 
of a large churc' in outh Abingtor. . which he served for 12 years. Then 
after traveling e year for his health, he took charge of a small parish at 



47 

orth iddleboro. rhis he resigned in 1873 to become superintendent of the 
schools of Northampton for three years. Becoming interested in invest- 
ments, he established there the first "estero loan and trust agency, and 
continued the business for about twenty years. Though reverses in business 
finally came, his integrity «as never questioned, and in the end all losses*^" 1 
sere mads good. Fo was a close student of home, state and national affairs, 
so that his opinion carried weight. Hi was a fluent speaker and ready 
writer, contributed to the newspapers, and publishing several books: "The 
Lord's Prayer in Schools*' , ■ The fee* of Faith with loser", "The Death of 
Abraham Lincoln", etc. At the Reunion of the Searle Family, held in B » uut 
Tom Grove, Aug 17 1881, he delivered the historical address, which was printed 
in the "Hampshire Gazette" of iiorthsapton , of Aug 30 1881. 

Late in life he endeavored to raise a fund to establish a permanent 
library building in Southampton ; he wrote many letters on the subject oo 
people of means, but failing to arouse their interest, he decided to make e 
bequest in his will for the construction of an appropriate building. This 
work was begun soon after his death and occupied the following year. The 
Library building was formerly presented to the town by his son, the Hon. "ins low 
Halley Edwards , and was dedicated with appropriate ceremonies in November 1904. 



iv. Isaac Parsons a farmer and prominent citizen of orthaapton, born 
Dec 30 1823, died ?ept 3 1894, married 3ct 2 1850, Rachel Corinthia ; dwards. %o 
"Several children were bom; PAR30S3J 1. Abbie Corinthia b Apr 25 1856; d/^ez 
2. Catherine dwards b Feb 13 1858, m f.ept 12 1889, Frederick E. Judd, and 
had thr e children; 3. Edwards Kingsley b Map 27 1860, m Oct 20 1885, 
Fannie . iiiox, who had two children;- and m (2) Oct 26 1892, Carre '. Chapin 
who had three children; 4. Tenry Livingstone b Feb 14 1862, m Jan 20 1892 
hsaa C. Phillips of Saratoga, N.Y.; 5. Isaac b Apr 18 1864, d Sept 18 1864; 
6. ilfred Atherton b ,iar 1 1867, a iJec 14 1698, .art inc. A. '.Jay, of South- 
ampton, and had one child; 7. r :llen Uay b I ov 19 1869, d Dec 19 1881. 



vi. 3u-an .ophja dwards «is a woman worthy of more than ordinary 
mention. Gifted with a well balanced mind, rare judgment end practical 
good senss, and with a heart full of sympathy and zeal for every good work, 
she spent her life in the service of others. For 26 years the solace and 
companion of her widowed mother, and then for five yea s more of an aged aunt; 
for 35 years a faithful and loving Sunday school teacher, moulding the minds 
of class after class to pattern after her own sweet devotion, she yet found 
time for labors of love in a wider circle of neighbors and friends. A pupil 
of Harriet 3eec' er Stose, she was long a welcome contributor to the "American 
Messenger", showing her interest in every good eauso. She was everybody's 
friend, and they all knew it. One said of her - " She was the heart of the 
place", and her interest was life-long. 



48 

(129) RO^K/i 6 3.a:;l (49- Zenae 5 , Zophu-4, i.athaniel 3 , John 2 , John 1 ) 

b .iar 22 1803 - Chester, irfass. 

d Jan 5 1899 - Southampton, idass. 

a Dec 10 1823 - Chester, Mass. 

to STRONG CIARK of 

««n „*- C ^ oah Clark 
eon ox ; „ . 

^mice strong 

b 1801 -Southampton, Mass. 

d h'ov 15 1870 - Southampton, lass. 

Children;- (7- CL&RK) b Southampton 

i Joseph Strong b Dec 20 1824 d Jan 25 1895 

(1) m i.<ay 12 1846 lovisa S.Sheldon 

(2) m June 1870 H e 1 lie (Buah) Wilson 
ii Jairue Emerson b ^ay 8 1835 d Apr 4 1909 

m Oct 1 1356 Almanza M. Hubbard 



Strong Clark was a representative man of his town, a large and 
successful faraer. le was gifted as a religious exorter, and it was said 
of hen "He could carry one to the very gate of heaven in prayer 8 . Rs wae 
in the sixth veneration from the first settler of his nane in • orthampton. 

Both he and his wife united with the Southampton Congregational 
church on LSay 1 1842. 



Searl Clark lived to be nearly 97 years of age, and at the 
time of her death was the oldest inhabitant of Southampton. In her youth 
she was regarded as a singularly handsome woman, bright and well informed. 
Cheerfulness was her characteristic trait, and this remained with her to 
extreme old age, when she had become blind and deaf and very infir-s. She 
still made the best of the situation, and kept alive her interest in others. 
She was a valued member of the church, having the old time zeal and an 
intense enthusiasm for religious things. 

i. Joseph Strong Clark resided in estfield, i^ase. and died there. 
'is first wife died :ar 8 1868, without child. y his second wife he had 
but one son, itebert Strong Clark, b tag 4 1873, who. after his father's 
death, removed to New York City, taking his mother with him. 

ii. Jalrus Emerson Clark was high sheriff of Hampshire county frora 1887 
and died in office at the age of nearly seventy-four. T e was a director of 
Hampshire Co. national Bank, and trustee of :asthampton Savings Dank, a 
Knight Templar and a Mystic Shriner. In his earlier years he was a Select- 
man of Southampton, and Fire Chief in -asthampton. 'e was ever a man of 
simplicity, integrity and dignity, a true friend, and one greatly beloved. His 
death was sudden, occurring on the street in Northampton, from heart failure. d _ AllJJ 
His children were born in Northampton, CLARK;- 1. Syron ilbur, b I ov 19 1864;' 
2. ugene Strong, b Aug 17 1868, d r ov 5 1872; 3. Gertrude Agnes, b Jan 16 187i> 
m orthampton, ; eb 17 1909 James Raynor of Cambridge, Mass. 



49 

(130) ED^Li-D SI?.0::c 6 SEARL (50- Zopbar 5 , "ophar 4 , I.athaniel-, John 2 , John*) 

b July 15 1800 - Southampton, Uasa. 
d 3ept 11 186R - Rockton, 111. 
a ..ay 20 1824 - Southampton, Maes. 
to ftUBOE EASCOui of 

dau. of < £"•*» 2ascoa 

( Abigail urlbut 
b Feb 12 1802 - Southampton, Mass. 
d Jan 10 1885 - loledo, Ohio 



Children;- (7- KARL) b Southampton 

262 i Franc ie Dwight b Apr 30 1825 d Oec 19 1904 

pr 28 1850 ,lary if. Reader 

263 ii ary Eveline b .4ay 15 1828 d Mar 29 1901 

a Jan 2 1853 Lyman /'.Johnson 



Edmund trong" -"earl following the trade of his f other, carried on 
the cloth-dreasinp and voo len mill on Greet mountain brook until 1837. He 
removed for a time with his family to Tolland, Conn, and then to Manchester, 
onn. In 1840 he moved to estfield, uSaaa. and in 1845 to «lworth, is., 
where he became a farmer. He finally removed to Hockton, 111. in 1854, and 
continued farming until his death. 

I ia widow continued to live at Rockton eith her son, but after 1874, 
ahen her daughter removed to Toledo, Ohio, she aade her home with her. 



50 
(131) AK3EL 6 SSARL (50- Zophar 5 , Zophar 4 , Nathaniel 3 , John 2 , John 1 } 

b Oct 3 1806 - Southampton, idaes. 
d tfar 8 1886 - Southampton, tines. 

(1) m 1828 - Southampton, Mass. 

to Abigail (Bas com) Edwards of 
dau. of ( F; lieha Sag com 
( Abigail ?! 
b 1806- Southampton, Mass. 
d June 23 1861- Southampton, Mass. 

(2) ■ 1862 - 

to id. Jane Ann(3tedaan }Searl of 

dau. of ( 

b 

d June 4 1876 



wid. of Jesse Searl (114) of 
(3) a to Mary Morgan of 

dau. of / 

b 
d 
a Apr 9 1877 - 



Children; (7- SFARL) b Southampton 

I lizabeth Esther b Apr 25 1830 d Apr 23 1864 unrn. 

ii Ophelia Augusta b Apr 11 1836 d Mb 24 1911 

(1) a Apr 15 1862 ;>ndrew J. Clap 

(2) a ?£ay 17 1892 L. Bates lorton 
264, iii ? 'enry Anoel b Dec 21 1841 d Dec 2 1903 

a Peb 11 1868 Hary Jane I y land 

nse! 1- 'earl was a wagon maker and farmer; a member of the Congreg- 
ational churc' . lie married (2) in 1862, HrsJane Ann(?;tedman) Sear 1, widow of 
Jeese 6 Searl, of Southampton, * o child. She died June 4 1876. (114) 

He married (3) Apr 9 1877, Mary '.'organ; no child. After hie death 
she removed to Michigan and died there. 

ii. Bey. Andrew J. Clap was born lay 2 1833, son of A lair. & Roaane (Barnes) 
Clap. n e vjp.q gradua te! from Amherst collage in 1858; he died, >hutesbury, 
tiasa. Sept 13 1863; no child. "fter his death his widow became a teacher, 
continuing for ovsr 25 years in that vocation, and highly valued as such, doinp 
her full share to mould many lives arght, & beautiful example of Christian 
faith and devotion. In 1892 she married L. Bates i.orton, a widower of 
'eatfield, KSase., a farmer, residing at 96 Union street. Bo child. In her 
later years, with failing health, iira. lorton showed the sweet grace of 
patient resignation to the 3ivine will. 



51 



(132) r.Qpty; g vSAHL (50- Zophar 5 , Sophar 1 , iatheniel 3 , John 2 , John 1 ) 



b Jan 15 1809 - ^Southampton, .lees. 

d Apr 17 1844 - Southaapton, Mass. 

(l)a abt 1830 - Southampton, Mass. 

to FRAKCES B. .... OF 

dau. of $ JJ»J Hilliaas 
( Fannie JSowart 
b :.ept 4 1811 - Southampton, iSaes. 
d Mar 7 1852 - Southampton, Mass. 
(2) a iiov 25 1852 - Southampton, H— » 
to Abigail ( iiller J 

( Calvin ..liller 
( Abigail 
b Dec 29 1818 - Southampton, 
d 1868 - Southampton, 
rid. of - 



dau. of 



Children;- (7-SEAHL) b Southampton, iaea. 
265 



266, 



267 



i 


tJorris ill lams 


b 




23 1833 d 


July 10 1910 
Jan 6 1858 


|I< , P.t08 


ii 


(infant) 


b 




1834 d 


1836 




iii 


;llen i^ouisa 


b 


Mnr 


22 1836 d 

(»)■ 

(2) a 


Jan 6 1858 

Apr 3 1867 


t 'nines o F.iJnight 
Fred L. Saltan 


iv 


■j ; . i 


b 


•Say 


15 1840 d 


June 20 1906 
July 13 1864 


« . Walker 


V 


.ranees i^lvira 


b 


iiar 


6 1852 d 
(Da 
(2)* 


May 24 1904 
Nov 27 1867 
Oct 13 1880 


: oah Frank Prary 
Gardner row lea 



wahar * 3— rl 



9m 25 1852 
dau. of Calvin 
wife had a daughter, 
Clark of eat fie Id, m 



a substantial farmer, married (£/ at -outlv.apton 
>igail Killer, born there Dec 29 1818; died there in 1368, 
bigail filler; no child; but by a former marriage his 
ary Abbie liller, born ar 2 1846, who married Oecar 
afterwards of Hartford 



iv. rather ( ...earlj Salker after marriage resided in I ew Britain, Conn, 
where her hue ban J conducted a trucking business. he died in "estfield, 
s.p. 



^ 



(133) ..:-i.lL: ,.u ^-A.'L (50- Zophar^, Zophar 1 , iatheniel 3 , JohnS John 1 ) 



b teb 1(9 1812 - Southampton, usase. 
d iov 8 1887 - Vine land, i.. J. 
m Jec 1 1831 - Southampton, Mass. 
to KAROuS LTi of 
»«««*( Curtis Locals 
i0n ° f ( Jerueha Clark 
b Rev 12 1808 - Southampton, Uses, 
d uar 8 1833 - Vine land, R. J. 



Children j- I '7- LOGKI0) b Southampton i - vi 



i 


aria Jane 


b 


Oct 18 1832 


d 


Bee 3 1332 


ii 


Julia Ann 


b 


Nov 2 1833 


d 


Aug 21 1837 


iii 


r.aria Jane 


b 


uiay 16 1836 


:» 


Aug 18 1837 


iv 


Julia iaria 


b 


/ug 19 1839 


d 


Apr 15 18b6 


V 


i Iliads Henry 


b 


Mar 21 1842 


d 


sa ae . day 


vi 


Charles -:benezer 


b 


Oct 21 1843 


■ 


Say 29 1869 


vli 


George Dwight 


b 


.June 30 1848 


i 


July 30 1848 


viii 


Rosalia Louis*? 


b 


Oct 29 1848 


d 


Dec 1 1863 


ix 


Tmraa Isabel 


b 


May 10 1852 


d 


,:ay 24 1852 




b at 


Northampton, Ism 


. 


vii - ix 


Marcus Lyon Loomis 


was a brick mason by trade. Hi 



Henry Rufus Doane 



» line A. amer 



removed to 

Northampton about 1846, and to vineland, : .1. about 1857. the loss of seven 
of their your- children led thea to accept a belief in piritualism, and in 
consequence, fr»« Loomis was excommunicated from the outhampton Congregational 
church* Both she and her husband became test mediums , and in Vineland they 
held spirit circles in their own house, ihe claimed to have lost all fear of 
death. 



iv. Henry ufuq .pane born in "atfield, teas. June 5 1832, was married in 
I or thaap ton and resided there for a time, but removed to Hatfield, and thence 
to tfineland, .J. where he died .lar 22 1873. Three children, DOANK;- 
1. illiaaHerschel b ar 27 1861, i Northampton , m Jan 25 1882, Olive C.ttuil. 
of. eponsct, .'ass. and removed to Vineland, . .<:. 2. : enry iaith, b "eb 1 1863, 
Hatfield, a ..ug 17 1387 Florence ,.. Kopp of ihiladelphia, and resided there; 
3. Rosalia iouisa b Oct 14 1868, Vineland, m June 6 1887 in ihiladelphia, 
Frank Chapman Gorman, a trunk maker of thtt city. 



vi. Charles : beneger I^ooais a in I orthampton , : '.me line a« Warner of 
'illieastown, ass. and resided in Vineland, where she died Feb 5 1875. rhey 
had a son, George . ©than Loomis, b lar 5 1872, d July 12 1872. A second 
child died at birth, Feb 5 1875. 



53 

(134) HLKiOKI BIAIR 6 3SARL (52- Israel 5 , Zophar 4 , Nathaniel 3 , John 2 , John 1 ) 

b Aug 16 1800 - Southampton, ll&se. 
d ar 27 1845 - lontgoaery, *Sass. 
a Fob 14 1828 -Southampton, Mass. 

to FlAVr o2 Montgomery, Maes. 

son of ( Joel :iooro 

( Martha Spring 
b fcov 13 1789 - lime bury, Conn. 
d Apr 5 1848 - liontgoaery, lass. 



Children;- (7- b 'iontgomery 

i "ranees Tfetraony b Deo 23 1828 d Hov 5 1305 

nt May 10 1848 Augustus A.i.ioore 
ii lyaan 31air b Hov 30 1837 d 

a Mar 31 1863 Keren H. Bates 

iii Celia lien b Oct 17 1839 d Apr 1903 una. in Chester 

iv Bona Rose lie b Mar 23 1845 d Sept 1855 in Springfield 



i'layius :oore a fanner, grew up in lontgonery, on the hoaestead to 
shich his fat^sr had removed from Hiasbury. In course of time he took 
charge of the farn and cared for his parents in their old age. 7 is mother 
died June 30 1838 aged 91. "is wife died at the birth of her fourth child, 
and he survived her but three years. 



i. Frances liar^ony Aoore married her cousin in - aritgoaery and lived in 
lestfield, Aass.; she died there aded 77. I'or children were - ire. Alice I 
Allen, rs. '"attie A. Atwater, and Clifton A. oore. 



ii. iyaan lair loore was married in %eatfield, and later removed to 
estfield. Uftss. Childrc ;- 1. Louis U 2. '-rlan F. 

3. .label L. all of Kolyoke 



w 



(135) AKKA :■. r 'i5A3L (52- Israel 5 , Zophar 4 , : athaniol 3 , John 2 , John 1 ) 



b Apr 14 1312 - Southampton, i.iase. 

d Jan 7 1855 - liasthampton, .las a. 

ra lay 13 1834 -Southampton, Maes. 
to JOHK IRISH? of 
m - ( Pezekiah .right 
9 ° n of ( Abigail Gay lord 
b Sept 25 1805 - Easthampton, 
d FJept 2 1883 - ::aethaapt on, 



Children;- (7- BIIGST) b Easthaapton 

i Bally Blair b Sept 3 1835 m tiay 15 1866 lewis Sheldon Clark 

ii V.ateon " ezekiah b ay 3 1640 m iaay 23 1866 Lucy A. Hannua 
iii iary Glari3sa b Kov 3 1844 una. 



John rlpht farmer, and a ae-iber of the IJaBtfcaaptor: Congregational 
church, was a representative in the rtate legislature two years, 1850-51. 
Kis father was bom, ^ec 12 1771, and his mother, :\pr. 9 1777. 



i. :^ally lair right was married in sAsthampton, and resides there. 
Ker husband, Lewis Sheldon Clark, died Jan 23 1097 an. 



ii. athon H. rig ht a farmer, has been since 1891 the secretary and 
treasurer of the 'ampton Co-operative Creamery Association. Ke married 
Lucy A. ! 'annua. 

Their son, Herbert I. bright, b Nov 23 1887, m Jan 30 1890, Cadie 
Jane Bice, who died July 23 1894, leaving a daughter, 1'azel, b July 22 1894 
and died Apr L> 1895. Herbert . .'right married 2d. eb 24 1900, lola 
Proctor; lie died Apr 2 1911. 



iii. ary C. -'/right © teacher from 1866 to 1897, resides in iasthaapton. 



D^ 



(136; 'JliLRTQ,: SICKISSQB 6 2EARIE (52- Israel 5 , Zophar 4 , lathaniel 3 , John 2 , 

John 1 ! 
b Sept 12 1814 - Southampton, ..ass. 
d . ov 1 1891 - Southampton, ulass. 
(1) si Apr 14 1842 -Montgomery, Mass. 

to IAURINDA A IB of Montgomery 



dau. of 



( Pliny .loore 



( Betsey .. ettis 
b July 23 1818 - lontgoaery 
d 1843 - Southampton, Uttft. 

(2) a ^ept 8 1844 - 

to M.M STRONG 8 LXMA£ of Norwich, d&es. 



dau. of 



( John Burt Lyman 
( Ruth Strong 



b July 27 1818- 



i.e was a farmer. 



Children;- (7- SEAR IB) 
268 i Lyman -barton 



b Southampton 
b June 17 1846 



269 ii Josephine locta .b Uay 10 1849 
iii :/.ary I#man b Aug 10 1851 



iv Ilu iaoai 
v Ida -,oll 



b Apr 30 1857 
b Apr 29 1860 



a Feb 9 1881 Abbie Chamberlain 

d 

a wet 30 1867 1 dward Harris Bell 

d Oct 15 1892 

a Apr 6 1S81 .chrard I oyos 

d aay 7 1856 

d 

a t.ov 2a 1880 ..elaon B. Crowe 11 



iii. i.dwarri ..oyes of Beaton Center, .ass. died ar 1802. He kept an 
art store there. -rs. Koyee had no child, but they adopted a daughter Mabel. 



v. kelson ? Crowe 11, b liddletown, Conn. Sept 29 1859, son of 

Aufus Im S -lizabeth J. ( Barker) Crowell, of Uurhass and Cheater, Conn., after 
a r 'igb School education was a bookkeeper in Hartford, -onn. fraa 1878 to 1881, 
then a lumber clerk in ass. for two years, then foreman on a large fars in 
Iowa for three years. oving to Jow City, Iowa, in 1886, he was a bank 
cashier there for four years. 'fter spending two years in ; onrad, iovsa, 
and two more In oskaloosa, Iowa, he returned to Connecticut and resided at 
s.ockyhill. !'e is a member of the congregational church, of the I.O.o. . 
and of &. of P, 

He married Ida Doll 7 Searle in iouthaapton; four children ;- 
: - itchell b liar 3 1838 - Dow city, Iowa. 

'■" ° y r ' llen „ } b Feb 17 1390- Dow City, Iowa 
3. loise ..arguerite) 

4 Robert l.elson b Aug 14 1892 - onrad, Iowa. 

d July 11 1894 - k ,«ka loose, Iowa. 



5fc 



(137/ /' SSARL (o2- Israel", Kophor", athaniel 3 , John 2 , 

John x ) 

b Feb 9 1817 - Southampton, i-ass. 
d Apr 19 1894 - esthasipton, 
m Jiay 6 1846 - West Springfield, Mass. 
to HENRIETTA , of 

deu. of J Cftleb M J?" 

( Joanna ilcox 

b ept 10 1825 - est Springfield, 'ass. 

d ;«c 23 1891 - Southampton, Efcss. 



Children;- (7- 3EARL) b Southampton 

270 i Clara Jane ay 15 1848 d 

ta June 24 1880 George E. lay lor 

271 ii ufreard lilies b ■ ug 21 1850 d 

a Aug 22 1882 I'attie A. «eed 

272 iii Isabel Hsnrletta b iar 4 1855 d 

m May 20 1885 I dward T.i'otter 

273 iv : elite T'araony b Ktf 1 1858 d 

si June 30 1037 ; alph Thurston 

274 v .-.rthur Lincoln b July 28 1360 d 

a tec 21 1887 . ellie Julia Coit 



Stephen dretrd ' -earl a faraer of 'outhaapton, after his sife's 
death resided with his youngest son in estha^pV . 



57 



( 138) 9QPHIA 6 3i-iARI (53- Joel°, Zophar 1 , i.atheniel 3 , John 2 , John 1 ) 



b Apr 2 1802 - Huntington, ;.iass. 
d Jan 25 1874 - Huntington, iasn. 
m .lay 7 1828 - Huntington, Mass. 
to SILIARD JUDD Ol- 
son of ( Allan Judd 
( 
b Dec 26 1797 - South "ad ley, ..iaos, 
d Mar 19 1873 - Huntington, Oass. 



Children;- (7- JUDD) b Huntington 

i Otis Allen b Sept 16 1829 

ii Elizabeth ">ophia b Sept 12 1831 



iii Henry 



iv Wataon B« 



▼ 3arah Ellen 
vi John Dwight 



b Tov 20 1833 



b Oct 21 1835 

b Sept 15 1837 
b May 8 1843 



d Dec 15 1912 



Lucelia Thorp 
of Holyoke. 
m George hite 
of Had ley. 

(1) m Jennie A. Judd 

of Genevu.N.Y. 

(2) a Pblla Ijaidlaw 

of Geneva, H.Y. 
m Harriet C.Judd 

of Geneva, N.Y, 
una. 
m Frances B. Black 

of Geneva,!. .Y. 



iii. Jennie A, Judd d Apr 1878 
iv. Harriet C. Judd d Jan 10 1913 



58 

(139) 3PEKCBR 6 SLAIL (53- Joel 5 , Zophar 4 , fcathaniel' 5 , John 2 , John 1 ) 

b Aug 21 1804 - Ihaatington, l>iass. 
d Jan 5 1875 - Huntington, Mass. 
(1) a Hoy 9 1837 - Had ley, Mass. 
to PHILOMEUA GAY LORD Of 

aau * OX ( Uxcinda Smith 
b Doc 1 1805 - Had ley, ifesi. 
d Aug 8 1847 - Huntington, liaos. 



(2) a 



to Clark of 

dau. of / 

b 
d 
! -e divoroed her. 



Children;- (7- 3EARL) b Ihmtington 

i Charles A. b ?>ov 18 1840 d 3ept 3 1842 

275 ii Albert 1 . b Mar 11 1842 d Feb 5 1902 

a Jan 27 1875 ;:ilen K. Peck 

iii Clarissa P. b Sept 12 1844 d *ug 8 1847 



Spencer 6 "earl succeeded to the fara of his father at Norwich 
Pond, and resided there. 
He m (2) a uiiss Clark, 3. P. from whon he was later divorced. 



59 

(140) JOEL SIROKG 6 SSARL (53- Joel 5 , Sophar 4 , JAthwiiel 3 , John 2 . John 1 ) 

b May 2 1810 - Huntington, J^ase. 
d June 23 1871 - {Huntington, rase. 
(1) a 1836 - Huntington, .Maes. 

to aafttt FAIRiiAIi of 
^o» ,•»<* C Samuel Fairraan 
** U ' ° f ( Betsey Wight 
b fiar 19 1815 - Huntington, Mass. 
d 1647 - Huntington, Uaea. 

(2) B 184S - 

to :liza paif^ai? of 

a<*„ «%<» (Samuel Fairaan 
cau. or tr , . „..,». 

(iietsey Wight 

b 1819 - 

d Jiar 1879 - Huntington, Mass. 

She was a eiater of hie firat wife 



Children;- (7-SEARL) b Huntington 

276 i Fidelia M. b June 18 1838 d July 14 1890 

a Oct 22 1059 ilbur Flak Wilder 

277 ii Juliet b Sept 29 1841 d 

(1) m pr 27 1864 John Huat 

(2) m Feb 19 1873 Carloe M. Shattuck 

278 iii Anna Betsey b Sept 21 1843 d 

a Nov 1 1866 Alvin Lyman Strong 

iv Maria Eliza b Sept 15 1849 d Bar 23 1879 

a Kov 18 1869 I ben C. Clark 

279 v Kdaon J. b Apr 23 1851 d 

(1) a Oct 10 1875 Cora J. Sails 

(2) a Oct 7 1883 Laura P. Lewellyn 

(3) a Mar 20 1888 Ellen M.Vanderveer 

280 vi Gharlea Morris b Uar 11 1854 d KB? 10 1893 

a Oct 14 1886 Laura B. Pulp 

Joel Strong earl was a blacksmith. The Village where he lived 
as originally called Norwich, then Huntington for a time, of late the old 
of : orwich hae been restored. 



iv. ben C. Clark was of Ouamington, Mass. and his wife died there, 
later he was a farmer and liveryman of Hinsdale, ;.iass. and died there 
Dec 25 1891 

Their aon, Clarence J. Clark, born in Hinsdale jjec 13 1874, a at 
illimansett, Mass. Sept 7 1899, Liary Green lees 



BO 



(141) E5aSB3QK 6 SSA^L (53- Joel , Zophar 4 , i;athanlel 3 , John 2 , John 1 ) 



b June 22 1816 - Jiuntington, ^iass. 

1 1834 - ^aathaapton, i-iaae. 
a Jan 18 1844 -Norwich, Mass. 

to ...rOHD of Norwich 

JSalsey Sanford 
Miriara Laaphear 
b Sept 18 1812 - I.orwich, &aea. 
d July 13 1834 - i^aathatapton, *.iass. 



dau. of 



Children;- (7- 3SARL) b TTuntington 

i Jerusha Gertrude b ^ay 2 1846 d Jan 24 1866 una, 
ii Julia Aether b Nov 23 1847 d Jan 20 1866 una. 

281 ill Haleey Joel b Apr 29 1849 d 

a May 8 1878 Liizabeth Basset t 

282 iv delia erla»n b Oct 22 1850 d 

a May 6 1880 Hal lace A. Mann 

283 v George Baorson b June 9 1852 d 

a Dec 28 1881 Sarah Jane Strong 

284 vi Abner anford b Feb 22 1854 d 

a Apr 22 1885 Flora Jane Poaeroy 
▼ii Charles Payson b Sep* 10 1856 d 

a June 4 1879 Rose P. Brown 



Kaeraon 6 Searl was a prosperous faraer of i orwich Hill, Huntington, 
'dB.se, bout 1872 he purchased a fine fara of three hundred acres in 

Ivorthaapton, and resided there until his death. (Far convenience he used the 
^asthaapton post office). After 1894 the oldest son carried on the fara, and 
the youngest son aade a business of selling and distributing the ailk produced. 



vii. Charles Payson ' Searle was a graduate of Amherst College in 1876. In 
190S he bought a small f^ra in Korthaapton, (422 Bridge St. near the Conn. River) 
where he resides. His wife was born in Athena, Vt. Jan 10 1855; x^o child. 



Gl 



(142) FELICIA 6 SEARL (54- Clark 5 , Zophar 4 , Nathaniel 3 , John 2 , John 1 ) 



b "opt 14 1800 - Southampton, Mass, 
d July 22 1876 - Chittenango, N.Y. 
m Oct 24 1821 - Southampton, Mass. 
to FRANK LIK BURT of 

( Martin Burt 
son of ( ooreae C lark 

b June 30 1792 - Southampton, 
d July 5 1852 - Southampton, 



iSasB. 
Mass. 



Children;- (7- BURT) b Southampton 

1 «ary Strong b Sept 8 1822 d Aug 4 1904 

m Jan 31 1845 -benezer Day 

11 Luther ^ing b July 21 182b d Apr 29 1870 

m Oct 2 1850 Marietta Rob land 

11 i Henry i^artyn b Sept 13 1831 d iter 7 1899 

m Jan 9 1861 Frances Ann Hunt 

iv eloas Clark b Apr 20 1838 d Aug 6 1862 una. 



Otiseo, H.Y. 

Franklin 3urt a Southampton farmer, removed in 1828 to Otiseo, H.I« 
and built a fine house, which is still standing. !e enlisted from South- 
ampton as a private in Oapt. ILlisha Strong's company, raised at Northampton, 
Sol. L ngley's regt. vSass. Militia, war of 1812; he served at Boston, Sept 
13 to Nov 7 1814, for the defence of Boston. ( His name is incorrectly copied 
as "Franklin Burk" in the office of the tfass. Adj. General. . 



i. Cbeneger %. Day of I orthampton was married at 
and removed to Chittenango, N.Y. 
Children;- 1. George i. b Mar 4 1845; 2, Helen 



Smith's Ferry, lass. 



3. Hat tie 



ii. Luther t.inr Ourt was married in Otieeoand lived there. Children;- 
BURTs 1. Alida Z. m Mason Carr of TullyP .Y. 2. Samuel 3. Franklin m 
Cora Longstreet of cnondaga Valley, N.Y. 

iii Henry Ltertyn Burt born in Otiseo, N.Y. went to I orthampton, ttess. in 
1847, and there learned the printers trade. In 1856 he went to Omaha, Neb. 
and was associate editor of the "Sellevue Sazette" for trao years. Be then 

returned to lass, to become Asst. editor of the "Springfield Republican". 
He afterwards established the "Northampton Free Press', "Ilolyoke Transcript' , 
"New England Homestead and "Among the Clouds 1 , the latter at ..t.^eshington, 
. . a summer journal only. In 1866 he published the 'Connecticut Valley 

Guide". In 1888 he visited London, .jigland and remained for some years. 

His wife was the daughter of 3eth Hunt of Northampton. 
Children, BURT: 1. Frank Hunt, b Northampton I ov 9 1861, a Oct 27 1884 to 
Susan P.dau. of John Allen of Newton, Mass. he resided there and was Court 
stenographer for Plymouth county; he had 2 sons - Frank A Her., b uec 26 188b 
at Newton; and Philip Hunt, b Sept 24 1337. Hie wife died Dec 21 1893. 
2. George Mansfield, b Northampton, Nov 23 186b, d Feb 11 1868; 3. Grace 
Uartyn, b Springfield Apr 20 1870; 4. J-enry i<iartyn jr. b Springfield Sept. 
7 1874, d Aug 19 1879. 



(143) 



•S 






(54- Clark 5 , Zophar , latbaniel , John* 



John 1 ) 



b 'ay 21 1312 - Huntington, Mass. 
d ->v 11 1869 - "ouu'-iaiptor., .'lass, 
m Dec 28 1834 - Huntington, Mas a. 
to SA-TJEL P. BARTLETT 

( "amuel Bart let t 
( Mary Bullen 
b Feb 28 1814 - Fasthampton, 
d Dec 11 1869 - Hortharapton, 



son of 



f&tSS. 

'"TO. 



Children;- (7- BARTLETT) b Springfield 



1 Lydia A. b 

ii Dwight 3. b 

iil AnnaFlizabeth b 

iv Jennie Lydia b 

v Seth Clark b 

vi Albert Tsarvey b 

vii Edeon F. ) b 

viii Edmon Miletus) 

ix „iary , b 

x Eaereon Eugene b 

xi Alain F. 



Dec 18 1835 

Jan 29 1837 

Mar 9 1839 

May 10 1841 

■fay 5 1843 

Feb 8 1845 

Jan 5 1847 

Feb 1 1843 

Apr 30 1851 



b :*lar 5 1853 



xii Samuel U b 
xiii Austin I„ ) b 

xiv Arthur L. ) 



Feb 20 1855 
Dec 16 1857 



iter 16 1836 
Dec 29 1861 



i 

d 

d 

a Jan 1 1358 Nekton 

unra. 

d Jan 16 1911 

a ciay 10 1871 

d Dec 6 1890 

a Oct 2 1876 

d «ar 26 1848 



'-.:'. WO 



Susan a. (Hilton) Lorcross 



Minnie Sird 



July 13 1676 una. 
IJay 5 1875 Jary 



Oct 7 1876 
Sept 1 1856 
Feb 28 1859 
Sept 5 1858 



Alice A. Ford 



Southampton, Mass. 



Uamml 



Bart let t farmer, lived in Springfield until 1840, then in 



Southampton. in his last years it became necessary to place him in the State 
Hospital at i orthampton, where he died, aged 55 years. He had survived his 
wife but a single month. 



y.rs. Rhoda^ (Searl) Bart let t was a woman of unusual strength of 
character end ability; she was a power for good in the eonaunity, a real friend 
to the unfortunate, loved and respected by all who knew her. 



iii ftewton Brett hitman former at indsor, t&tss. served three years in 
the 34th !egt. i.lasa. Volunteers, 1862-65. The next year he removed to 

Hinsdale, ulass. where he died Sept 20 1832. Irs. Whitman afterwards removed 
to 'orcester, :4ass. to reside with her youngest living son. 

Four Children, WHITMAN:- 1. Joseph Baldwin, farmer, b Sept 4 1859, d orcester 
Jan 16 1905, uam. ; 2. Levi Lincoln, farmer, b June 5 1861, d !'olden,Mass. 
Feb 12 1901, m Windsor, r;ass. Uov 23 1893, Clara iiay IVatkins, (Three children; 

iary Esther, b Hinsdale, .lass. Feb 1 1895, Ida Lovisa, b Holden, .ass. July 
18 1897, Anna Elizabeth, b Holden, Mass. Sept 27 1900); 3. Arthur Dwight, 
farmer, b Hinsdale, July 16 1866, resided in orcester; 4. Albert Franklin 



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b Hinsdale, :)ec 1 1873, served with the 12tb 3.3. Infantry in Cuba during 
the Spanish war, a at Rockland, 'aine, Oct 10 1906, Lisetta Aass Burgees, 
(one child, Doris Vivian, b July 3 1908). He is a letter carrier in 
orcester. 



iv. Jennie ?#dle. Hartlett resided in Springfield, pnd later in Orcester 
where she was engaged in poultry raising. 

•». Seth C. Gartlett fanaer and tanner, served in the 49th Kegt. isass. 
Volunteers, in the civil war. fe resided successively i 71 hesterfield, 
Springfield end orcester. His first wife, Susan :.".. ( : ilton; . orcrose, 
died in Springfield, - pril 5 1896. Re a (2) in 190G, Krs. Helen Cook, 
and removed to 3 t. Petersburg, Florida, where he died Jan 16 1911. :ihe 
returned to South 1 orwalk. Out. and died there in i.eceabcr the same year. 
o child. 



vi. Albert I'arvoy Oartlett was married in Brooklyn, N.Y. and resided 
in Kes Kaven, Conn. He died there Dec 6 1890, leaving a wido^ and two 
children who reside there; 1. Frank Albert, b Sept 14 1377, a traveling 
aan, unmarried; 2. Alice, b Apr 16 1880, who a Oct 6 1910, nharles R. 
Potrie, Asst, Gen. Foreman, J'.Y.N.H.fc H.R.R. 



viii. '■"■di-aon Siletun Sartlett disappeared in 1871, and was never heard 



x. Cmeraon Eugene Sartlett s carpenter, a at Southington, Conn. 
Way 5 1875, Sary i.JIswton, who died at Golden, Llase. Feb 12 1902. Four 
Children, aARTLHlT: 1. Arthur Boston, b Southington Aug 1 1376, a 
carpenter a Nov. 1907, 'ary Carter and resides in orcestar, s.p. 
2. Flora Maud, b Dec 7 1878, a Oct 1906, George Fairbanks and resides in 
Boston, s.p. 3. ' ellie May, b Hinsdale Slass. Jan 2 1881 una. a house- 
rjorker in orcester. 4. Grace Mary,b Adams, Mans. Apr 12 1883, d there 
Apr 25 1883. ^fter his wife"s death Saerson removed to orcester, and 
later, to Pennington, Veraont. 

xi. Alain I-'. aartlett prepared for college at fillips Acadeoy, took the 
classical course at Yale and Oberlin, and was graduated fron the latter in 
1582. r a taught in public and private schools in Sass. I .Y. Wis. and 
So. Dakota: was principal of Stanford Seminary,; .Y. 1878-80; instructor 
la Prep. dept. Oberlin college. 1830-32: aupt.of city schools in So. Dak. 
1882-87; prof, of atheaatioe and sciences in Yankton college, So. Dakota, 
1887-90; since 1896 owner of orange groves, and active grower and shipper 
of citrus fruits at St. Petersburg, '.'la.; chaiman of school trustees of 
that city several years, and in 1913 chairman of inoll' a county Board of 
Public Instruction. Pe a in 1876, Alice A.Ford, den. of bar lea ... & 
Caroline • »(8reea] ford, b 8m Haven, Conn. June 7 IS.jS. Pour children, 
aARTLETT: I. Charles A. b Feb 25 1830, d l.:ar 13 1881; 2. Itelph A. b I.ov- 
17 1882; 3. Irene, b July 19 1886. a July 19 1909, John .Park, lawyer, 
residence, Palatka. »1». ftwo childre rgaret. b ov 3 1910, and 

Frances C. b Apr 12 1913 j; 4. Ruth Lord, b Mar 10 1896. 



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(144) LUCETTA 6 3S4BL (55-3c1b 5 , Zophar 4 , rathaniel 3 , John 2 , John 1 ,) 

b ^ept 23 1805 - Huntington, Mass. 
d Tune 11 18f ; f ; - States Island, * .Y. 
~i ft* 29 1827 - "untinpton, Mase. 
to J0TT-' BRADFORD HALL of 

eon of f 

b Oct 4 1810 - ^untin^ton, 'I&sn, 
d 1851 - <"toton Island r.Y. 



Children;- (7-HALL) b "?eet IM Brighton, ' .Y. 

t ar eeoas b Fob 22 1830 d :iar 23 1835 

ii Peninnah b **io 9 1832 d Aug 28 1876 

iii Duane C. b Hay 5 1834 d Aug 8 1842 



John Bradford Hall soon after his marriare removed to est J'ew 
Brighton, Staten Island to reside. "e established hlsself there with Jasper 
G. Cadmus in the coal business under the fira name of "all ft Cadnus until his 
death. 



ii Peninnah 'fall was lame and confined to the house in consequence, but 
made herself useful in various ways. She survived her widowed aother ten 
years. 



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(145) THAKKFUL 6 3EARL ( 55-Bela J , Zophar 4 . Hethaniel 3 , John 2 , John 1 ,) 



b Aug IS 1808 - Huntington, Mass . 
d Dec 31 1852 - Upton, Mass. 
■ Hay 17 1829 - Huntington, Mass. 
to JOM 3. CRAMSDRLAIN of 



son of 



Upton, Idas s. 



Children;- (7- CHAM8ERIAIS ) b Huntington, Mass. 

i Lorenso Searle b Apr 30 1833 d Apr 4 1864 



".7»rd Whitney b Jan 24 1835 

iii BannaH Pariah b Jan 28 1838 

iv Nancy Ann b Sept 16 1843 

v Henry Augustus b Jan 11 1949 



m Jan 3 1860 ~usan Augusta "arner 

d Dec 14 1852 unm. 

d Dec 22 1855 una. 

d ,iar 22 1884 

a .Sylvanus Chamberlain 

d 



i. Lorenzo 3earle Chamberlain born at ;;orsich Hill, Huntington, when 
nine years old sent to live with his uncle Oela P. Searle, in Florence, Mass. 
At the age of fourteen he returned home and becatae a striker in a boot shop 
in Upton and continued in that occupation until August 1862. Ho then 
enlisted in the 36t v . "tegt, J&bb. Vols, end sent to the front. He died of 
typhoid pneumonia at /.noxvi lie, Term. Apr 4 1864, and was buried in the 
soldiers cemetery at that place. 

His wife, Susan Augusta, was the youngest daughter of Silliam Sarner 
of South Deerfield, I'ass. and sister of Juliette, the wife of his uncle, 
3ela P. Searle. She aarried (2) Dea. Charles Sashburn of Belchertown, Mass. 
and after his death she resided there with Anna Juliette 7 Searle. (146) viii. 



(146) BEIA PCtEBOl 6 SEARLE (55- Belo 5 , Zophar 4 , Mathaniel 3 , John 2 , John 1 ) 



C. 



b July 12 1812 - Norwich, Uass. 

d June 10 1887 - oelchertowi., i.iass. 

m ov 13 1839 - Northampton, ..lass. 

to JULIETTE WARNER of South Deerfield 
( William Warner 
( Julio tta dridgman 
b Oct 7 1820 - Korthaiapton, Mass. 
d Apr 1 1895 - Belchertown, &Jaas. 



dau. of 



285 



■en:- 


(7- SEARLE) 


b Lortbampton 










i 


Harriet Taylor 


b „ar 


9 1841 


d 


..iar 


19 1841 




ii 


t'dwin Warner 


b Oct 


12 1842 


i 


Sept 


23 1865 


una. 


iii 


iaria Isabella 


b Feb 


1 1845 


d 


Mar 


8 1894 


unm. 


iv 


lary » ; omeroy 


b Apr 


14 1847 


i 


June 


29 1889 


John B. Searle 










a 


act 


4 1870 


V 


Charles Be la 


b May 


18 1860 


d 
















■ 


;ar 


14 1881 


Genevieve Wolcott 


vi 


Lorenzo .hitney 


b Oct 


5 1852 


d 






una. 


vii 


Susan Thankful 


b Jan 


12 1856 


d 


Apr 


5 1910 












■ 


Jan 


12 1875 


John Foster .ierrill 


riii 


•ullette 


b ..iar 


2 1858 


d 


iiar 


28 1907 


una. 






Polyoke, Mass. 








Be la .'oaeroy^ Searle was 


a prosperous farmer, highly respected for 



his sobriety, integrity and good judgaent. is wife was a woman of intell- 

igence and strong family affection. They were members of the Congregational 
church. After marriage they resided in Northampton until 1847, then in 
Southampton till 1850, then in Holyoke till 1362, and finally in Belchertown. 
After his death in 1887 the farm was sold and the family moved into the village 
and lived on en street, in the house afterward o«ned and occupied by the 
youngest daughter till her death. 



iii. .siaria Isabella' Searle became entirely deaf after scarlet fever, but 
could read the lips of others and continued to speak. .he was intelligent 

and interesting, fond of musio, and could sing same familiar songe. She 
became the dress-maker for the family end showed much skill in that line, 
duplicating Paris gowns after inspection. She was a lovely and winning 
character, and a christian of great hopefulness. 



vi. Lorenzo hitney " Searle was graduated from Amherst college (B.A.) 

inl878, and three yeers later received the degree of i.A. fle prepared for 
college in the high schools of Belchertown and Greenfield. While in college 
he supported himself by teaching a district school on Belchertown one year. 
snd having in cherg© for one year the Franklinville (now Jaurel) Academy, 
Long Island. .fter graduation he continued to teach, one year at Bethlehem, 

Conn, one yea- as assistant in the Greenfield Academy, onn. and one year in 
charge of the Boy's Grammar school at ~tonington, Conn. 'e resigned this 
position in the spring of 1881 to become Assistant in :t. Johns school at Sing 
Sing, N.Y. where he remained five years. 



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Meantime he reed law privately, and in Hay 1885 he ire© admitted to the t ew 
York Bar. He practised las for two years in fling Sing* and since 1888 
has had an office in Rot York City, giving his attention to investments for 
clients, and certain other branches of law. In 1909 he visited the 
principal citie of the Pacific coast, and in 1914 made a tour of Lurope, 
lasting three months. He is not a member of any church or secret order. 

vii. luean Thankful "earle Merrill second wife of John Foster Merrill, 
was married in Belchertotm, and resided thereafter in Athol, Mass. She was 
a prominent member of t^e Matrons of the "epublic, and of the Congregational 
church. 

John Poster Merrill was born in Greenfield, ass?. * ov 22 1839, son 
of James Lloyd t Tryphena (Stearns) Merrill. Be enlisted from Shelburne 
falls, Mass. /pr 15 1861 as private in the 10th Regt. Mass. Vols. was 
wounded in an engagement at Fair Oaks, Va. May 31 1862. and was discharged 
Sept 15 1862, and returned home. '!e was a stone mason by trade and overseer 
in many places. TT e superintended the construction of the Talcott Library 
building at EM* orthfield, Mass. He died at Athol, July 27 1908, leaving 
a son, Frank ?.. by his first wife, and a nephew, Herbert J. Merrill, of 
'Minneapolis, adopted in infancy upon the death of the mother. His widow 
survived him nearly two years, and died in Athol. 

3he had but one son, James Edwin Merrill, b Feb 14 1885. R« 
graduatedet Athol ' 7 igb School, went to New York City in 1904, and whils in 
the employ of the -tiller Construction Company attended tie Cooper Union 
night schools*, twoo close application to study brought on an attack of 
cerebro-spinal meningitis, of which he died in Bellevue Toepltal, B.I. Apr 
6 1905, aged twenty years. 



viii. Anna Juliette ' learle remained at home with her parents all their 
lives. After the death of her sister, Marin in 1894, and of her mother the 
next year, she lived alone in the old home except as relatives cane to visit 
her at times. Though handicapped by an impediment in her speech and 
partial deafness, she was ever cheerful and sunny in disposition, showing a 
helpful and generous sympthy which won her a large circle of friends, 
an eameet christion she was a faithful member of the ongregstional church. 
The last year of her life waa one of great suffering which she bore most 
patiently. Mftor her deat^ the old home was broken up and the property 
sold and distributed. 



e i 



(147) IILLIAH MDWARD 6 3EARL (55- Sola 5 , Zophar 4 , lathnniel 3 , Johr. 2 , John 1 ) 



b Feb 17 2815 - Huntington, Mass. 

f 16 1908 - Westfield, Mass. 
ra r ov 27 1845 - Chicopee, Mass. 

To LUCY HILXElt fffiO of 
( Samuel Wing 
( Lucinda George 
b Feb 15 1825 - Paliayra, Elaine 
d Dec 24 1879 - "estfield, Mass. 



dau. of 



Childrcnn- (7- S'ARL) b Huntington 

286 i Lucinda Lucetta b Kov 21 1846 d Oct 15 1910 

ai i ov 24 1375 Franklin P.Bennett 

b /pr 28 18-48 d Apr 30 1878 una. at Lowell 

b Oct 15 1849 d Aug 27 1875 uaa. 
b June 27 1853 d 

ov 27 1873 Ceorge fe.3arr.uo 
v Same Jane b Oct 25 1855 d 

m Feb 11 1834 Horatio H.mburn 

287 vi Slllla-a Reuben b Itey 11 1857 d Jan 2 1892 

a June 8 1886 Alice May .'.aetman 
vii ugenia V. b July 7 1859 urea. 



ii Mirxetta T. 
iii Alice F. 
iv Julina Augusta 



11 Has dward Sear I grew up on his father's farm and after marriage 



settled in 'untington. In 1865 he sold hie farm and *?as employed on a farm 

in Southampton. In 1869 he bought the farm in ' estfield which has been the 

family home ever since. He unit d with no church, though a regular 
attendant for cany years; a man highly respected. 



iii. 



at the age of twenty-elx while visiting at "oaereet, 



/t. 



accidentally drowned by the sinking of a row-boat. 



iv. George "/ill lam Barnua a mechanic, son of lillifta Orson & Effir Maria 
(Snyder) ?araic, eas bom in Canaan, Cam. liar 27 1851. ife enlisted in the 

avy, July 1869, and was honorably discharged Apr 10 1870, epe^t^hree 
years in Sheffield, Mass. then went to "-estfield where he married^ save that 
for eight years he lived on the farm in Southampton. : o child. After falling 
health he died in estfield, Aug 9 1908. Ie was a member of the First 
Congregational church, and of v?oronoco lodge, I.O.O.F. r.0,74. 

v. Horatio Jarrlson Kilburn born in Vermont, Aug 1 1837, eon of Koswell 
A. & Lucy (Howard) Kilburn, was a miller at Chicopee, and died there without 
child, Dec 28 1902. He was a Methodist. Bi» widow moved to Springfield. 



vii. j ugeni?. /. Jearle remained as housekeeper for her father as long as 
he lived. After hie death she removed to Southampton and was a housekeeper 
there. 



(148) APQUaK DICKSON 6 SSARL (55-iiela^, Zophar'% I athaniel 3 , JohnS John 1 ) 

b ar 22 1818 - Norwich, aaee. 
d ay 30 1896 -Wiew Brighton, H.I. 
a ^ar 1 1845 - Tompkineville, K.Y. 
to ttA;lAK JANE DILK3 of 

dau. of < J«wph Dilto 
( Anna Pierce 
b Apr 22 1824 - Woodbury, U.J. 
d Oct 10 1897 - eat Hem Brighton, 

Children;- (7- Saarl) b v,eat Kew Brighton, I .Y. 
i Silliem Kdward b Feb 8 1847 d soon 
288 ii John Bradford b Uay 18 1849 d 

ra Oct 4 1870 sry ?omeroy 7 :'3earle 
iii Charles Uickinson , b Apr 14 1854 d Jan 23 1873 

A polios Dickinson Pearl soon after coming of age pecked hie belongings 
into a little green trunk and aade hie say by stage and boat from his birth- 
place to Nee York, and thence to Stater. Island, to meet hie brother- in- lee, John 
8. Fall, with whom he found employment ae a driver in the delivery of coal. At 
the house to which he brought the first load, the family being abeent, he had 
a dispute with a young woman in charge as to where the coal should be dumped, 
in which of course she had her way. This chance acquaintance resulted later 
in their Marriage, and it is said she continued to have her own way. raving 
great vitality end good health, he was a hard and cheerful worker, with a moat 
equable temper, and was never worried. Ha soon engaged with the Statei; laland 
i^eing and Printing orks and continued tn their employ for about forty years, 
retiring from work about ten years before his death. y& was aa inveterate 
reader and delighted hie family by reading aloud evenings. 

Sarah Jane („ilks) Gearl wa8 the eleventh of thirteen children, and she 
wae but three years old when her father wae killed by a lightning stroke. In 
the deeperation of the family the little girl was paeaed from one family to 
another, and at last forgot her birthplace and relatives. After her sons 
were big boys she had a dream in which the name of ,; ncle • oseph Budd , of 
voodbury, i».J. : ??as impressed on her mind. On writine- to him she found him 
to be the postmaster, and lie was able to give her a history of her parents and 
relatives. ;'er mother had then been dead only three years. rs. Searl had 
greet decision of character, she wae a fine housekeeper and wrote a beautiful 
hand. Though she had little schooling hereelf she was able to teach her 
aone well until they were eight years old. She made the Bible her 
univereal textbook. 



7 : 



(149) 



EH G SEAR1 (57- Cornelius 5 , Zophar 4 , 



.athaniel^, JohnS John*) 



b ay 13 1805 - Southampton, Mass. 
d Dec 20 1860 - Springfield, Mass. 
m o» 6 1827 - Southampton, Mass. 
to ASAPH HURLBOT of 

( Stephen 7?urlburt 
( Eunice flap 
b Sept 22 1801 - "est Springfield, .ass. 
d Apr 28 1367 - Springfield, Mass. 



son of 



Children;- (7- HURLBUT) b West Springfield, Mass. 



I 


Milton Clark 


b Aov 


20 1829 


d Oct 


18 lesi 


una. 


u 


Cornelius Searle 


b War 


18 1832 


d Jan 

m Oct 


6 1901 

20 1858 


Mary Wait A His 


.11 


Sarah Jane 


b ;>ov 


22 1834 


d Jan 
a Dec 


18 1898 
7 1853 


Daniel Wait Allis 


iv 


Edward Asaph 


b Apr 


10 1840 


d i;ov 


27 1862 


una. 


■ 


Jairue Searle 


b Jan 


5 1842 


d Kov 
m Oct 


9 1902 
15 1868 


Julia Ann Sampson 


v: 


Louis Seneca 


b July 


7 1844 


d June 


21 1865 


unra. 



Asaph Hurl but was a wheelwright and a machinist, a descendant of 
Thomas IHirlbut, who ma a soldier in the Pequot war of 1637. Three of his 
•one died just as they attained their majority. 

ii. Dr.Cornalius dearie Hurlbut took up dentistry as a profession at an 
early age and becaiie very prominent in it. "e trained two of his brothers 
in his office in Springfield. A member of the Memorial church, he served 
as deacon many years, and was greatly beloved for his kind and gentle spirit, 
his happy disposition and helpful sympathy. In 1870 he built a large granite 
business block at the corner of f.iain and Bridge streets, which however was 
destroyed by fire five years later. He died in his sixty-ninth year. 



Mary "felt (Allis) Hurlbut his wife, was born In "atfield, Mass. Oct. 
9 1833, dau. of Dnctsr h Mary (">ait) Allin, and died at the home of her son in 
ast Longraeadow, Mass. Dec 7 1916, ago J 83 years, after a life of great use- 
fulness and beauty. To the last she was free from either spiritual or 
physical feebleness, and her sympathies were alive to every call made upon 
them. She was closely associated for many years f r Msy years with the act- 
ivities and interests of the Memorial church in Springfield; her home life 
was like a benediction to that favored circle. ( m . Nov 27 1901 Springfield 
Children;- BUHLBUT:- 1. Mary Allis b Apr 26 1860, ( to Joseph Searle Gaylord 
3. Martha Assnath, b Jan 6 1865; una.; 2. Dexter A Ilia, b Sept 22 1862, 
d Dec 23 1863; 4. clarion Elizabeth, b Dec 10 1866, d Peb 3 1913, una.; 
5. Mabel Qrace, b Feb 23 1869, d Dec 5 1900; 6. Cornelius Soarle jr. 
b June 1 1871, m Oct 4 1899, Marion Clark Adams. 



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1. Joseph 3earle Gay lord b 1860, son of Sullivan Searle & i,lary E. 
(Dorsey) Gaylord, becezae professor In the State Kormal School at Winona, 
Minn. Dept. of Psychology, Philosophy of Education and I thics. His 
father's aunt, ; lvirah Gaylord, married Sullivan Seal, of Plymouth, 111. 
and the latter, being childless, and having survived his nephew and name- 
sake, adopted his two sons, gave them a liberal education, and also by will 
left thea a large share of hia property. i'rof Gaylord was one of these 

Searle. 



Mary Ills (Hurlbut) Gaylord his wife, developed a decided taste 
and tclent for the fine art, and was a teacher of Art in i'ratt Institute, 
Brooklyn, 8*T« from its inception until her marriage, a term of twelve years. 
She continued to paint, and made frequent excursions in order to sketch from 
Mature. In 1912, with a party of friends, she took a trip around the woild 
and improved the opportunity to make many sketches. 

3 & 4 Martha Aeenath Hurlbut gave instruction in Art for fifteen years in 
the public schools of East Orange, r;.J. and her sister, Marlon Elizabeth, 
was similarly engaged in the schools of westfield, Mass. and Flushing, li.Y. 
But afterward accepted positions as teacher of Art in the Girls' echnical 
High School of New York, but at length resigned and returned to Springfield. 
After the death of Marion E. the sister and her mother retired to the Rest 
Cure at Hawleyville, Conn. 



6 Dr. Cornelius Searle Hurlbut .jr. after graduating from Springfield 
High School in 1890, and attending Amherst college one year, entered the 
Dental college, Univ. of Penn. and was graduated (D.D.S.) in 1895. He 
practised dentistry with his father while the latter lived, and afterwards 
conducted the office alone for a time. He was superintendent of the Faith 
Church Sunday School in Springfield. He married tfsrioa Clark Adams, b Spring- 
field, Aug 21 1875, dau. of Eugene & Harriet (Clark) Adams. 
Children; HURLBUT:- 1. Charlotte Hollister, b July 12 1304; 
2. Cornelius Searle III, b June 30 1906 



iii. Daniel Valt Allls bom at Hatfield, Mass. Aug 9 1828, son of Dexter 
& Mary Wait .'His, died Dec 28 1873. He married Sarah Jane Hurlbut and 
had five children, ALUS:- 1. Josephine Sophia, b Jan 31 1855, d Sov 22 
1873; 2, Jairus Hurlbut, b July 9 1862, d July 9 1863; 3. ^ary Wait, 
b May 5 1865, a June 22 1904, Edward Holman Wilkinson; 4. Dexter Hurlbut 
b Aug 10 1867, d Feb 21 1916, m Kov 24 1904 Flora May Castle; 5. Edward 
Milton, b Dec 9 1870, m Oct 16 1901, Florence a. Wightman. 

3. clary »alt (Allls; ilkinson was for twenty years a teacher in the 
public schools of Springfield, and for some time prior to her morriage 
Principal of the School street school. She resides in Springfield, with 
a summer home at Silver Lake, Chesham, Eew Hampshire. 



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4. Dr. Dexter Hurlbut Allis was graduated froa the ihiiadelphia Dental 
College In 1888, and succeeding to the firm of Hurlbut ft Allia of Spring- 
field, became a leading dental practitioner. A daughter Catherine rurlbut 
Allis, b 3ept 21 1905. 

5. ..dward Hilton Allia, graduate of High School in 1889, resides in 
Springfield, employed in the kiass. Mutual Life Insurance Co. He a at Mohawk, 

.Y. Florence Uabel, b Foreatport, I'.Y. Feb 16 1874, dau. of Hev. Olin Cyrus 
& Anna (ilcCassaon) ightman. 

Children, ALUS:- 1. Hilton v/ighfcman, b July 8 1902, d Hay 7 1906 
2. Jairua Searle Rurlbut, b July 22 1905 



v. Or. Jairus Searle 1T urlbut came to Springfield at the age of ten, 
and was graduated from the High School in 1860. The next five years were 
spent in the dental office of his elder brother, after which he attended the 
Ffeila. Dental college, and received his diploma. After spending a winter 
in St. Paul, 'inn. for his health he returned to Springfield and took up his 
life work of dentistry. Re was a member of the Conn. Valley Dental Society, 
Mass. Dental Society, Qdontological Society of lew York; was president of 
the first two and served on executive committees; member of lew Englsnd 
Dental Society, American Academy of Dental Science, and was delegate to the 
International Dental Congress. He was active in the movement requiring 
all dentists to register, was appointed by Gov. Ames to serve on the rk>ard 
of Registration, and was its president for a number of years. He *as also 
president of the American Asaociation of Dental It— Iwttt ■ He was a director 
from its organization of the Springfield Dafe Deposit fc Trust Co. a generous 
contributor to the Science Uuseum, a Republican in politics, and a member of 
the South Church. He belonged to the Winthrop Club and the fayasset Club and 
enjoyed the companionships which they afforded. 

Though a man of fine physique he had delicate health, and found it 
necessary in late years to spend his winters south. Thus he visited Florida 
many timea, also Mexico, California and Nassau. He was very fond of the 
latter place, finding its climate most congenial. He traveled extensively 
in Europe as well, and made collections of birds, flowers and other specimens. 
He was of philosophic mind and fond of nature; of upright life enjoying 
the confidence of the community and exerting a beneficent influence; kindly, 
agreeablV^ln personal intercourse. In his work he was progressive, keeping 
up with the latest improvements and maintaining a high standard for his 
chosen profession. He died in his sixtieth year, without child. 



Julia Ann furlbut his widow, was a daughter of Ira B. Sampson of 
Springfield, and sister of Senator Henry r '. Sampson, of .V>rs. John A.Wurphy 
and irs. Frank '. Hurlbut, of iorristown, Lew Jersey. 



73 

(150) 330LU 6 SSARL (57-Comelius 5 , Zophar 4 , Nathaniel 3 , John 2 , John 1 ) 

b .jay 2 1807 - Southampton, iiasa. 
d June 6 1844 - Southampton, iviass. 
ai : ov 22 1827 - Southampton, iiasa. 

to SARDIS CHAPMAN of Southampton 
««■, «*» ( ?aul Chapman 
son of ( Ruth Pomeroy 
b June 15 1803 - Southampton, Mass- 
d Jan 30 1892 - Southampton, l.foss. 

He m (2) Feb 17 1846 to Sarah M. Morgan of 

dau. of i 

b 
d 
He m (3) liay 14 1866 at Hartford, Conn. 
to Hannah P. 3. liix of 

dau. of ; 

b 
d 
He divorced her in 1873 



Children;- (7- CHAPMAN) 
i Char lee Henry 
ii Harriet BUM 

iii liary Jane 
iv Sarah .•'aria 
v Frank Herbert 


b Southampton 
b June 21 1828 
b June 10 1830 
b Aug 3 1834 
b Aug 21 1836 
b June 12 1856 


1 

i 

d 
i 

d 


same day 

Mar 26 1896 

June 28 1850 

soon 

Sept 29 1856 


Sard is Chapman a 


boot and shoe maker 


by trade, was 



life- long 
resident of Southampton. He took the greatest interest in the history of 
the Sear! family, and by diligent research, extended through a number of 
years, succeeded in compiling "The 3ardis Chapman Record", at its time the 
most complete record of the Searl family, and the foundation of all other 
Searl genealogies since compiled. As a citizen he always took an active 
part in the affairs of the town. "is remarks in town meeting commanded 
attention, and his opinion was always respected. He often served upon 
committees and proved a valuable member. For many years he was the "Sealer 
of Leather" for the town. A man of strong convictions, he yet expreesed 
himself mildly, and was never aggressive. His pleasant smile and cheerful 
words are still well remembered. 

Sard is Chapman married (2) Feb 17 1846, Sarah H. Morgan. They had 
one son, Frank Herbert b June 12 1856, d Sept 29 1858. He married (3) 
at Hartford, Conn. May 14 1866, Hannah F. 3. 4ix, b Aug 15, 1815 from whom a 
divorce was granted in 1873. 

ii Harriet .,liza Chaoaan , the only one of six children to reach 
mature years, remained unmarried and was the life-long companion of her 
father, and assisted him not a little in his writings. Though an 



H 



invelid, living retired from society, ehe was for many years more actively 
interested in caring for the poor of Southampton than any other person in 
the town. ith her father in his later years she frequently drove from 
door to door seeking the destitute and supplying their wants. 3he was 
sole heir to the few thousands which her father had accumulated in a life- 
time of industry and economy. .'surviving him but four years, she made a 
bequest of one thousand dollars for the benefit of the worthy poor of the 
town, and left nearly as much more to individuals who had special claims on 
her sympathy or regard. 'he left a legacy to the town to provide for the 
care of her burial lot, and of the three other family lots in the cemetery 
to the end of time. She also provided for a handsone iron fence for the 
cemetery along its entire street front. 

An early friend and schoolmate of hers said "I cannot recall an 
unpleasant thing about her' 1 , and her pastor said "She was one of the noblest 
women God ever aade n . The place that she has left there is none to fill. 
In a letter to a cousin, dated ov 25 1887, Miss Chapraan writes; "There are 
seventeen old ^aicfe within one quarter mile of the post-office. ver since 
Gov. Andrew called us 'the anxious and aialeee', (he was speaking of the 
surplus of females in this stats), we have been looking about for something 
worth doing, and 1 think that most of us, in this town at least, are filling 
?i niche in the world's work as Important as that of our married sisters". 



75 

(15! : 1D 6 SEARL (57- Cornelius 6 , Zophar 4 , Nathaniel 3 , 

b ov8 1813 - Southampton, Mass. 
d Dec 31 1886 - Southampton, Mass, 
a I ov 26 1840 - Southampton. Liass. 

to JULIA MARIA ' SEARL (103) of 
<i»u «r (Hathaniel . 6 Searl 
(Zilpah 5 > ; -earl 
b "ept 14 1817 - Southampton, 
d Jan 23 1890 - Southampton, ^ass 

Children;- (7- KARL) b Southampton 
289 



290 



i 


arlando C. b 


June 24 1844 


d 

■ 


i ov 20 1872 alary lllen Selden 


il 


Payaon -dward b 


July 2 1846 


d 


Sept 13 1849 


iii 


Harriet C. b 


July 14 1849 




Mb 


iv 


Julia Anna b 


July 2 1853 


d 





sa June 17 1879 /.bner Sugene Peck 



Cornelius Edward b Searl was a farmer on the homestead which had 
been hie father's. 

His wife, Julia ularia 7 Searl was totally blind for many years. 
she lived to be over seventy-two. She was first eoueii: once removed to her 
husband, while her father, Nathaniel K. e Searl was first cousin once removed 
to her mother, Zilpah 6 Searl (35). 



iii Harriet Cordelia 7 Searl remained at hose unmarried, the comfort 
and stay of her parents, and developed into a capable end charming woman. 
After her mother's death she became housekeeper in the home of : .-r. Gunn in 
Southampton village* 



76 
(152) JAI3CS CURE S 3SA.RL-I (57-Cornelius 5 , Zophar 4 , Nathaniel 3 , John 2 , 

j .y 31 1819 - Southampton, Mass. 
d Apr 24 1852 - Southampton, ,!aas. 
a May 8 1850 - Faraington, Conn. 

to EttsuKB c. iouegs of 

dau. of < Constant Young 
( Cynthia Bobbins 
b Aug 10 1824 - Faraington, Conn. 
d May 18 1859 - ';arsaw, Illinoin 

Children;- (7- SEA8&S) b Unionwllle, Conn. 
291 i Kasaa J. C. b Feb 10 1852 d 

a Kov 20 1872 William W. Pinney 



was a graduate Of Amherst college in 1842. 



I5e then studied for the ministry, two years at Princeton Theological Seminary, 
and one year with a pastor in Massachusetts . After laboring a year and a 
half in Unionville. Conn, he was ordained and installed as the first pastor of 
the First Congregational church of the place.which he continued to serve for 
about four years. Failing in health, he returned to his old home in South- 
ampton where he died and was buried. 

His wife was a farmers daughter. Her father was born in Faraington, 
Conn, aar 20 1790, and died there Oct 29 1828. Her mother was born in Avon, 
Conn. Mar 24 1787, and died at Faraington, Sept 17 1834. 

Er»« Searl carried (2) In Sept 1858, William Spencer, of Warsaw, 111. 
and died there aay 18 1859. Ko child by this marriage. 



77 
(153) ?K I LOME LA THUR3T0K 6 9BARL (57-Corneliue 5 , Zophar 4 , Kathaniel 3 , 

b July 18 1822 - Southampton. Mass. 

d Dec 4 1867 - Unionville, Conn. 

a Not 1 1844 - Southampton, Mass. 

to 3ENECA LUCIUS GORHJU of 

«**, «* ( Daniel Corham 
eon or ) _ ,. 

( Sally Stearns 

b June 11 1820 - Kinesburg, Vt. 

d July 5 1865 - Unionville, Conn. 

Children;- (7- GORRAoi) b Hinesburg, Vt. 

i Frances liarian b Oct 17 1845 d 

a Apr 25 1866 James E. Woodruff 
ii Daniel Searl b Oct 5 1852 d Apr 30 1860 



3eneca .'uclus Gorhaa was a carpenter and joiner by trade. Re served 
as private in the 52d Regiment, Connecticut iilitia, took part in the battle 
of Port Hudson, La. and other engagements, and was promoted to the rank of 
Second Lieutenant. Cto his return home from the war the family removed to 
Unionville, Conn. 



i. James Henry Woodruff Born in Southington, Conn. Jan 1 1835, was 
married in Unionville in 1866, and two years later removed to ; orwich, Conn. 
•here he died 'ay 29 1896. Jtb Soodruff then removed to a country home in 
Korwich Town, Conn, but in 1909 she returned to Norwich, her younger daughter 
being with her. 

Three children, WOODRUFF:- 1. Marion Amelia, b July 17 1867, d i£ay 3 1869; 
2. Annabelle, b Feb 20 1871, m Hov 7 1888, Joseph ciackenzie jr. b Glasgow, 
Scotland, Aug 17 1865; 3. Agnes Emma, b Dec 6 1873 in I omich, Conn. 



SETEKTH GENERATION 



78 

(207) aERRICK 7 SEA3L (103-Nathaniel 6 , ^oees 5 , .tases 4 , Nathaniel 3 , John 2 , 

b May 13 1812 - Southampton, iiass. 
d Apr 1 1868 - Southampton, Maes. 

(1) a Mar 19 1834 - Seat Springfield, Mass. 

to LUCY B Loomis of 

dau. of / 

b Feb 8 1813 - ?eat Springfield, i5ass. 
a Feb 20 1864 - Southampton, iess. 

(2) aee below 

Children}- (6- S.:ARL) b Southampton 

i Lucy Jane b Oct 29 1837 d 1868 

m 1856 Korace A. Hatch 

ii Helen A. b Sept 26 1840 d June 2 1896 

a Oct 16 1866 George P. iyman 



lerrick Searl was a carpenter and joiner. He married (2) Feb 23 
1865, Mary B. Aeton, of Springfield, Maes. ho child. 



i. iAicy Jane Hatch died aged thirty-one, ep. Br« Hatch married (2) 

Caroline Owen, and lived many years in -eetfield, Maes, where his widow 
died, Feb 15 1915. 



ii. George P. Lyman was born Jan 29 1843, son of Samuel & Lucetta (Burt) 
lyaan. He entered the Onion army flay 1863, and served six months. After 
marriage he removed to Burton, Adams co. 111. Helen fU died at Pasadena, 

Cal. aged 56 years. 



79 

(208) LUCY ASK 7 3SARL (103- Kathaniel £. 6 ;.-ose»^, idoses 4 , Kathaniel 3 , 

b 'Mr 18 1820 - Southampton, Mass. 

d Oct 6 1893 - Southampton, ,iaea. 

a Aug 27 1845 - Southampton, ..las a. 

to TSRTIUS CLARK of 

-« „ ~*> ( Simoon Clark 
son or ; ,,. . 

( Rhoda 

b Mar 24 1809 - Sasthampton, Mass. 

d Feb 16 1866 - Fastbampton. i'.ass. 



Children;- 


(8- CLARK) b 


Southampton 




a farmer 


i 


Dwight Searl b 


May 27 1848 


d 


Sept 28 1849 


ii 


Ann Maria b 


Feb 21 1850 


d 


aar 11 1859 


iii 


itary H b 


May 4 1853 


d 


Oct 25 1930 


iv 


Lilla J. b 


Feb 22 1855 


d 


rov 22 1933 


V 


Julia E. b 


July 20 1859 


d 


July 27 1868 



The two surviving sisters made their home with Mrs. ay ran S.Searle 
of Westfield,(210); Lilla J. in 1898, and iary R. after .larch 1907 



bO 



(209) JJUB3 HSRVEY 7 3SARL (103- Nathaniel L. G itsoses 5 , V.osee 4 , Nathaniel 3 , 

b 3ept 18 1822 - Southampton, Maes. 

d ct 19 1906 - Northampton, idass. 

$1) a Jan 28 1846 - Eorthampton, iSase. 

to CAROLINE REBECCA PRENTISS of 

a-, ~+ I William Conant renties 
dau * of ( Asenath Sanford 
b 1825 - Northampton, ilass. 
d tfar 9 1849 - Northampton, Mass. 
(2) m Oct 9 1855 - ^eethampton to Helen Virginia Fairman 

Children:- (8- SEARLE) b Northampton 

340 i Prank Prentiss b Feb 21 1847 d 

m Oct 4 1870 tiller* Maria Edwards 



James Bervay 3 earl was an apprentice in Northampton at the cabinet 
■•« trade, and continued there as a furniture dealer and undertaker, and 
at length retired from business in comfortable circumstances. Be wae assessor 
for)twelve years and alderman for several years; deacon of the P'irst Congreg- 
ational church; a sturdy streightforrard, honest reliable men. 

Early left a widower, he married (2) in '.esthampton, Oct 9 1855, Helen 
Virginia Fairaan, b there Jan 14 1832, dau. of Oren ft ! ancy (Glbbe) Fairman; 
No child. 

They adopted in 1863, a daughter, Kettle Grace Dearie, who married, 
^ay 17 1883, obert cilery Edwards, the successor to the business of the late 
Mr, Searle. They reside in Northampton where &irs. Edwards is a prominent 
member of the Unitarian church and president of the omen's Alliance. 

The only child. Marietta, born 1885, died in ■ orthaapton in 1901, e 
bright and attractive girl. "Irs. Searle resides in Northampton, a public 
spirited generous woman, member of the Congregational church. 



81 

(210) MYROS BG0LE3T0N 7 SEARLS (103- Nathaniel B. Moses , Moses 4 , Nathaniel' 5 , 

b June 27 1837 - Southampton, Mass. 
d Nov 11 1905 - Westfield, iJasB. 
a Oct 21 1868 - Eestfield, :.Sass. 

to AUGUSTA I BLOOD of /shfleld & estfield 

- _ ( Lemuel B. Blood 

dftU * ot ( Luanna Allen 
b .ar 13 1844 - ^estfield, tfass. 
d 



Children;- (8- SEAMS) b Westfleld 

i dith Lucelia b Aug 20 1869 d Feb 23 1895 unm. 

^yron irgleston 3earle after attending "illiston Seminary, sent 
to Toronto, Canada, where he taught in a business college. Gn his return 
home he worked as a carpenter in the '.ason shops of Springfield. He then 
went to ;vestfi41d to become the passenger and freight agent of the Canal (now 
New raven and Lortbampton) railroad. Later he was employed in the general 
store of L. 3. Blood, his father-in-law, and became his partner in the coal 
and wood business. Upon the death of Br. Blood he continued the business, 
taking as a partner Lewellyn Gladwin jr. He retired from business in 1900 
having been engaged in it for thirty-three years. Be was a trustee of the 
'5oronoco Savings bank and member of its finance committee; pveeident of the 
hurtliff Home for destitute children; treasurer and clerk for twenty-six 
years of the ^estfield Power company; and member of iVoronoco lodge of Odd 
Fellows end of Hampden Council, Hoyal Arcanum. Be served for thirty-five 
years as deacon of the First Congregational church, and for thirty- three 
years as its treasurer. Throughout his long and honored life 

his upright and beautiful character gave unity to all his purposes, and 
won him the widespread confidence and love of bis associates arid friends. 
Of strict probity, he was also ■ man of rare gentleness, eweetness and 
modesty. 

Augusta L. Blood attended the .'estfield Academy, Literary Institute 
at 3uf field, Conn, and Oread Institute at orcester, I^aes. After her 
marriage ars.Oearle let her interests center chiefly in her hoae and in the 
work of her church. 

i. Edith Lucelia 8 earlo, educated in .estfield High school, entered 
3mith college and was graduated in 1892. During 1893 she traveled through 
Europe with *er father. Literary in her tastes and devoted to her home, 
she cared little for society. Member of the Congregational church, 
corresponding secretory of the C. :. society, and member of the "Hopefully 
ell Affected club", she served on its literary committee. A short illness 
proved fatal and cut short her promising career in her twenty-sixth year. 



82 

(257) ELI I;- ARLK (126- 7enas 6 , Zenee 5 , .ophar 4 , 1 athaniel 3 , John 2 , 

b Jar; 8 1814 - Chester, IftM. 
d May 11 1900 — Des Moines, Iowa 
a Kov 16 1836 - Chester, Mass. 

to AMBROSE BRADSHAS LIMAK of 

son of ! Cri9 P UB ^^ 
( Adah Smith 
b June 14 1811 - Chester, Mass- 
d Dec 4 1830 - Cincinnati, Ohio 

Children;- (8- LIMA*) b Cherry Valley, Ohio 
i Richard ''oisington b I^ov 21 1843 d 

a ifey 23 1871 hM A. I iley 

ii Ambrose Ulliara b Aug 30 1848 d Oct 3 1838 

m Apr 8 1874 I lisabeth Aldrich 
iii T'erbert "right b Sept 12 1852 d 

m Apr 15 1879 Ada 0. Turner 

Kinsman, Ohio 

Aabrose rradshaw layman after his marriage, removed to Ohio and 
settled in Cherry Valley, Ashtabula County, but about 1847 moved to kinsman 
Ashtabula co. where he kept a etore. In 1851 he lived in erren, Ohio, 
and ?as elected sheriff of Trumbull county. In 1886 he became a merchant 
in Cincinnati, residing in Wyoming, a suburb, where he died, aged seventy- 
nine. Ee was a Iresbyterian. 

Cliza Sates 7 -earle lyaan when young was reaarkable for her beauty. 
Che was a school teacher whose gentle manners and winning ways made her 
popular and successful with her scholars. In 1891 she removed to Dee 
Joines, Iowa. 

i. Richard oisington Lyman went to Cincinnati, Ohio in 1866 and 
became head bookkeeper and credit man for Slymyer, Norton 1 Co.; later he 
was of the wholesale oil firm, Cochran, Lyman 1 Co. In 1831 he removed 

to Des Moines, Iosa, to engage in an Insurance and eal Estate business. In 
1901 he became secretary of the iaon-Flenniken Co. Importers of millinery. 
He married in 1871 Fama A. Uley, Laughter of James &, Alvira (Jones, 
i?iley, of ansae, and had four children born in Cincinnati; 
LTaiAK;- 1. Alice Searle, b Car 6 1872, m June 25 1902. at Des ioines, Iowa 
to Charles lvord Bishop, judge and afterwards chief justice of Supreme Court 
of Iowa, "e died in 1908, "aged fifty-four years. 2. Laura Elizabeth b Feb 
28 1874, uni.: 3. aae Josephine, b iay 7 1877, m Feb 19 1902, James 

-adieon nith , credit man for the dry goods firm ems-Emery Co. Des koines; 
4. Franeis iley, b July 2 1873 

2 years 

ii. Ambrose ail 1 jam iyaan was a student A et Jiami University, Chio, a 

meraber of the '";.;..". fraternity. He was a Washington correspondent on the 
staff of the Cleveland Leader, 1872-74, of the New York Tribune, 1875-77, 



03 



and of the In York Sun 1877-89. Ha then becaae editor and general 
aanager of the ''elena Independent, liOnt. 1889-37, and was appointed in 
1894 by president Cleveland to be Collector of Internal Revenue for the 
district of ontana, Idaho and Utah. Ln 1897 he accepted the responsible 
duty of directing the work of the Associated Press in Cuba during the war 
with Spain, first on the despatch boat, "anda, and later at Siboney, near 
Santiago. :7 ere he contracted a fever froa which he apparently recovered, 
but on his return to Lew York after the surrender of Santiago, the poison 
lurking in his system developed and, after several weeks of great suffering 
he died at his home in SrookSyn, I.T. Hie death elicited many tributes of 
the highest order to his aanliness, splendid capacity, high ideals and 
fidelity in every position of great trust and responsibility, and to his 
constancy and courage in the face of danger, disease and death. 

Elizabeth (Aldrlch) Jjaan daughter of Jose: Li» (Page) 
Aldrlch of ast Cleveland, Ohio was a graduate(1872) of teke Hrie college, 
Pain^Bville, r/hio and was for several years secretary of the college and of 
her class, and also secretary and treasurer of the Aluani Association. She 
died in Cleveland, reb 16 1912. She had but one child, Herbert lyaan, born 
in Cleveland Lee 5 1675, who resides there. 



iii. Herbert "right layman born la 'vinsaan, Ohio lived in barren and 
Cincinnati, Ohio; spent two years In .'.iaai Univ. Oxford, Ohioj Clerk 
in Cincinnati, 1870-72; clerk in country store, : ansae 1875; fire 
insurance adjuster in Oskaloosa, Iowa, 1879-99; since then in the real 
estate and loan business under the title of the lyaan Land and Loan Co. 

arried in Oskaloosa, 1879, 4ies Turner; two children born 
there; - 1 Ruth .da, b for 14 1881, engaged 190S in kindergarten 
work; 2. nayaond Ambrose, b Apr 16 1883, student in civil engineering 
at the Iowa State college, /Bee, Iowa. 



M 



(258) JULIA -:?r.-:LDCr- ; 3SAEIS (126- Zenae 6 , Zenas 5 , "ophar , I athaniel 3 , 

John 2 , John*) 
b June 21 18 1G - Cheater, :<!aea. 
d Jen 24 1839 - Southampton, ■— ■> 
m Apr 28 1836 - Cheater, :,'ass. 

to of Chester 

eon of ^ Col. Samuel Lyman 

( KiriM Sexton linker 
b Deo 24 1811 - Cheeter, laaae. 
d Apr 11 1890 - Southampton, .'dase. 



Children;- (8- b Cheeter 



i Martha L. 



ii Harriet I 
iii Battle B. 



iv William 3. 



b Dec 8 1836 d 



b Dec 14 1843 
b Feb 12 1846 



b Oct 10 1850 



Dec 15 1364 
%ept 3 1845 
Sept 22 1872 
June 20 1871 



.• . . - " '.::- 



-illiam a. Stocking 



(1) a Jan 18 1882 Carrie (Hill) Lyman 
(2)m Mar 11 1386 .:ila G. Smith 



v Frederick 9. b Dec 31 1853 d yay 18 1878 



a Dec 20 1876 Carrie L. Hill 



Southampton, ^aas. 

Stephen Lyman was a farmer in Cheater, but in 1842 removed to 
Southampton, and a few yeare later became a station agent and merchant. He 
repreaented his town in the State Legislature In 1854. From 1873 until hia 
death he ns a deacon of the Congregational churah in Southampton. 
(The Chester here mentioned is no* called Chester Center). 



dwards and wife resided in Southampton. One child; 
EDIARDSi- 1. Josephine Strong, b Sept 22 1869, d Apr 1 1870. 



_^-^-_ 



iii. ey. ■•.Hilar. ?.. ;tockin£ 



soon died at Kaesan, Turkey 

missionary stationed at .viardin 

yearn they returned to America and settled 

died in 1890. Seven children. 



was a missionary to Peraia. His wife 
md he married (2) lias Isabel Baker, a 
Turkey, fter living in Persia a few 

in illiamatown, Maes* where she 



iv. iUla3 ?. Lyman of Southampton married his brother's widow. She 
died Oct 5 1883 sp. He married (2) ,,iss Bite G. Smith of Florence, Mass. 
and had a daughter, "dlth Searle Lyman, b Jan 27 1887. 



85 

(259) RACHHJ: CIXYARDS 7 SEAR!., (126- Zenas 6 , "enas 5 , Zophar 4 , Kathaniel 3 

John 2 , John 1 ) 
b Oct 19 1818 - Chester, Mase. 
d r ov 17 1903 - V/illiansburg, Base* 
m July 18 1843 - Charleston, est Virginia 
to abrafa:.: V. RIGHT of 

eon of ; 

b Dec 12 1805 - Luray, Page co. Va. 

d I ov 5 1859 - Charleston, West Va. 

She • (2) K*r! 1871, Otis G. Hill of illiamsburg. 

Children;- (8- Wright) b Charleston, f. Va. 
i Julia Searle b May 4 1845 d 

m June 20 1871 ugene F. Lesey 

ii Chas, Sylvester b June 1848 d Feb 8 1849 
iii John Abraham b Jan 30 1850 d 

as Kov 16 1883 Helen Saline Field 

iv aary Iliza b July 30 1853 d Sept 2 1868 
v Henry F.dwards b I ov 6 1856 d 

a Feb 1 1894 „:ary Annette frarner 

Abrahaa '.right the oldest of eight children, left his heme a young 
man to eeek his fortune. in"the far west" and located in the Great Kanawha 
valley. re was engaged upon the construction of the turnpike from Lewisburg 
to Charleston, and superintended the erection of the necessary bridges and 
other structures , including the first sire suspension bridge over ihs I 
river at .harlecton, He became a merchant at hananfca for a number of years, 
and after his marriage, at Charleston, where he resided until 1857. He then 
purchased a plantation near by and operated it until his death* He was a well 
known and highly respected, christian aan. 

Rache 1 . ( Sear le ) »T lght became a teacher at hoae, and at the age 
of twenty-two she sent to Charleston, ". Va. as assistant in a high school 
conducted by Rev. James a. Brown. The latter officiated at her marriage 
three years later, baptized all her children, and preached her husband's 
funeral sermon. Left a widow, are. Wright carried on the plantation for six 
years, and then, in 1866, moved with her faally to Southampton, ass. There 
she married (2), lov 1 1871, Otis 0. Hill of il liars burg, .ass, which then 
became her home. T? e died Dec 27 1883, and she continued in the home for 
twenty years with John ill, her youngest stepson. Twice ehe visited her 
children in -est Virginia. In early youth she united with the Congregational 
church, and all her life she adorned the religion ehe professed. 



i. Julia Searl (..right) Dewey , grew up in Charleston, w. ! /a. moved with 
her mother to Southampton, ?«asB. and there married in 1871, Eugene F. Dewey 
a carpenter by trade, of Vestfield, ■■»• They removed in 1874 to ^est Va. 
and settled on the plantation which had been her father's. in 1894 they 
moved into Charleston to reside. 
Six childrer , ;- 1. John bright b Apr 1 1873, d I ov 9 1907, ■ Feb 8 1899 



Jenaette .loran , no child. At the age of seventeen he entered the employ 
of a wholesale house in Charleston to which he gave most earnest and effic- 
ient service up to the very day of his death. Re lost his life in a 
heroic atteapt, as a volunteer, to assist the captain of the Fire Department 
to carry e hose into the burning building, the upper floors of which fell 
upon these two, crushing them to death, while all others escaped. The firm 
published a tribute to his faithfulness and integrity through seventeen years 
of service, and the City Council adopted formal resolutions of sorrow and 
respect to his sensory, a copy of which was sent to the family. 
2. Otis Hill Dewey b Feb 20 1875, a candy maker, living with his parents in 
Charleston, Re as Apr 20 1901, Catherine Voins; two children; DBBXt- 
Rothwell i-dmond b Hay 12 1903; Lugene Francis Or land, b fov 10 1905. 

3. ; liza tyman Dewey, b Sept 21 1876, lives in uenver, Colo, unia, 

4. Helen kdsards Dewey, b . ov 18 1879, a Sept 10 1903, Henry Rale .viartin 
of Charleston, a mailcarrier there since 1895. o child. 

5. Mary Searle Dewey, b Oct 5 1881, a Sept 24 1901, Howard Hamilton 
Stalnaker; they lived with her parents. One child; Heber Edwards, b June 25 
1902. 

6. Roland Edward Dewey, b Oct 18 1883, res. in Pittsburgh, Pa. Is a 
Mate on an Ohio river teamboat; una. 



iii. John Abraham bright married in Charleston and lived there till 
October 1905, where he moved to Cuyman, Beaver co. Oklahoma, and took up a 
claim of 160 acres, on which he resides. Three children, WRIGRT:- 

1. ! elen Rachel, b Oct 7 1889 

2. lyaan Triplet, b Oct 22 1891, d Sept 2 1892 

3. "obert Oney, b June 1 1895 



iv. Mary -liza right was a lovely christian girl. -he died in 
Oscaloosa, Iowa, Sept 2 1868 aged fifteen. 



v. Henry Edwards Wright married in Williamsburg, ;aca. and resides 
there; interested in the manufacture of button molds and wood turning; 
has been a member of the firm of Hill , Brothers &, Co. since 1886. 
I o child. 



87 

(260) 3TLVS3TCR J-gQ..r; 7 3LARL.: (126- Zonae , Zonae 5 , Zophar 4 , Kathaniel 3 , 

John 2 , John 1 ) 
b Oct 1 1826 - Chester, Mass, 
d tier 10 1889 - Kankakee, 111. 
m June 9 1851 - west Andover, Ohio 

to SARAH CARPKKTb.R of West Andover, Ohio 
dau. of *• Jahazlel Carpenter 
( Damaris Houghton 
b Mar 12 1827 - r.eet Andover, Ohio 
d Aug 28 1907 - Omaha, l ebrask- 

Children;- (8- SB&itlX) b West Andover, Ohio 

377 i Sylvester A . b Aug 4 1854 d 

m Apr 3 1884 Catherine .^ontgoraery 

378 ii Charles Homer b Fob 16 1856 d 

m Jan 4 1881 Carrie A. Ford 
lii Ida Louisa b ay 10 1862 d 

a 3£ay 6 1891 Frod D. Sherwin 

379 iv Sanford 3 ilea b Aug 6 1865 d 

■ June 4 1890 Jennie C. Smith 



■7 

Sylvester l^aaons 3earle in 1847 left his home for the west, and 
taught school in west Virginia and Ohio for three years. After his marriage 
in 1851 he engaged in farming in est Andover, Ohio till 1873, when he moved 
with his famoly to Oberlin, Ohio to promote the education of his younger 
children. Ha was engaged in business there till about the time of hie 
death. In expectation of moving to Nebraska he went to Kankakee on a 
business trip, when he see taken with pneumonia and died there, March 10 1889, 
The body was returned to Oberlin and interred in the family lot in estwood 
Cemetery. All his life he was a earnest worker for the welfare of the 
communities in which he lived. He was a member and officer of the First 
Congregational church of Oberlin. He had an exceptionally genial disposit- 
ion and was highly esteemed as a friend and beloved as a husband and father. 

are. Cearle after his death lived with her oldest eon in Omaha, Neb. 
and died there, but was buried beside her husband at Oberlin, Ohio. Her 
father was born in eston, Mass. &ar 23 1793, and her mother in Jeffrey, fc.H. 
July 18 1801. 



iii. Ida Louisa ^(Searle; Sherwin attended Oberlin, Prep. dept. 1879-80, 
and Oberlin Conservatory of usie, 1880-86, except one year. 3 he went with 
her brother, Charles to 2dgar, leb. and there married ..ay 6 1891, Dr« Fred 
D. Sherwin, a defctist of that place since 1881, member of . odern oodman 
Lodge, and of Nebraska State Dental Society. They removed to Lincoln, I.eb. 
members of the Presbyterian church. (to child. 



(261) CHARLES FIJKY 7 3EARL (126- Zenas 6 , Zenas 5 , Zophar 4 , lathaniel 5 , 

John 2 , John 1 ) 
b Apr 16 1831 - Cheater, riase. 
d ! ov 10 1918 - Santa Barbara, Calif. 
a Apr 12 1859 - Denmark, Iowa 

to BftSTBft KHWEa of Teapleton, ^'aas. & Hartford, Conn, 
. _ ( Asa Turner 

dau - of ( Martha Bull 
b Apr 8 1837 - Quincy, 111. 
d Jan 20 1920 - oekalooea, lorn 



Children;- (8- 3EARLS) b Oskaloosa, Iowa. 
380 i. Dora loiee b ay 28 1860 d 

a Apr 20 1881 Harry 3. Howard 
ii. alice b Lov 21 1866 d 

ov 8 1387 Frank 3. Holmes 
iii. liarriet Lyman b Feb 28 1873 d una. 



Charles .liny 7 >arl reared on his father's farn end educated at 
the Sheldon Academy, 'outha&pton, went west in 1851 and was a clerk at 
fdnsaan, Ohio. eaoving to Oskaloosa in 1654, he continued in business 

until July 1861, when he enlisted in the 8th ;egt. Iowa Vol. Infantry, fie 
was made a Sergeant iajor at t'e organization, and promoted to be 1st Lieut 
in fcov 1861, and Captain in 1862. His regiment formed part of Gen, Benj. 
M. Prentiss' division, which was surprised and defeated at Shiloh, Xy. Apr 
6 1662. Gapt. Searle was taken prisoner with many others and held until 
the next October. After being exchanged he rejoined his regiment and 
participated in the battle at Jackson, .diss, and the siege of Vicksburg. 
He was Btationed at .emphis, Tenn. when Gen. Forrest made his famous raid 
upon that olace, Aug 21 1864. Capt. 3earle at that time was quartered 
across the road from hie cosmand, and in making a desperate attempt to join 
it he was captured by the enemy which filled the road. Escaping presently, 
he had nearly reached his conraand, and was climbing a fence, when he was 
struck down by a blow on the head, and in his fall received a permanent spinal 
injury. Again a prisoner, he was carri d some distance; bu two hours 
later the raiders were driven off and he, having been left for dead, was 
soon found by Union troops and carried into camp. Being disabled for 
further military service, he resigned his commission, Jan 1865, and returned 
to Oskaloosa. 

In January 1867 he was made Clerk of the Courts of ..lahaska county, 
and held that office eight years. He then opened an office for Insurance, 
Real Estate, Abstracts and loans, continuing until 1900, when he removed to 
Santa Barbara, Calif . and became resident agent for the .henlx Insurance 
Co. of Brooklyn, i\.Y. and other companies. He was a member of the Cong- 
regational Church,of the G.A.R. and passed all the chairs, but afterwards 
withdrew from the order. 



iii. Harriett Lyman 3earle after finishing her education, went to 
Europe for a trip in 1896, and on her return taught for two years in the 



M 



Public schools of Oskalooea, losa 3ho was then called to Omaha, r.eb. to 

ecoae a teacher in the public schools of that city, and has been retained 
in that position ever since. While residing in Gnaha, she spent her 
vacations in Santa Barbara, Calif, as 1 ng as her parents lived. 



00 



(289) ORlAhPO CORNELIUS 7 3EARLS (151- Cornelius B,* Cornelius 5 , Zophar 4 , 

Kathaniel 3 , John 2 , John 1 ) 
b Juno 24 1844 - Southampton, aiaas 
d 
a i.ov 20 1872 - East .hately, Mass. 

to &ARI BUSK BELDEN of East Shately 
dau. of < Stephen Belden 

( Miriam Brown (1st wife) 
b Aug 7 1848 - iast 3 hately 
d 



Children; 



i. 

ii. 

iii. 

iv. 



v. 
vi. 



(8- 3LA3L ) b Southampton 
-artha Lucas ter b Oct 14 1873 
Harriett Sethoina b Apr 20 1877 
Sthel Julia b hov 30 1878 

iiary Belden b June 3 1882 



£d«ard Cornelius 
Dolly Kathrins 



Apr 
Jan 



21 1885 
21 1889 



d Jan 7 1890 



Oct 22 1910 

Sept 9 1909 Charles Henry Dean 
(son of uilliaa Henry Dean 
& Eliza 
Dec 17 1914 Lizelle ill 
Sept 22 1911 Park *?est Allen 



91 

(290) J.Lj. .. .- ? :/^lE (151- Cornelius ?. e , Comolius 5 , ophsr 4 , Nathaniel 3 , 

John 2 , John 1 ) 
b July 2 1853 - Southampton, Mass. 
d 

m June 17 1879 - Southampton, Mass. 
to UM ?:^ok of 

t ( John Eyron r'ecJc 

( Maria Elizabeth Jones 
b June 17 1866 - 
d 



Children;- (S- . 

i. lumen Orlando b Sept 19 1885 

iil Sdlth ijtria b June 1887 
d 
a Oct 12 1911 

to Charles Eds in Sherwood of 

son of ( Charles B. Sheraood 

( lisabetl Bartholomew 
He b July 25 1888 
d 

^hild;- Dorothy 

born Dec 18 1922 
adopted - Oct 18 1924 



•a 



( } MARY mum 8 3EARIE (289- Orlando C. 7 , Cornelius I . 6 , Cornelius 5 , 

* Zophar 4 , I athaniel 3 , John 2 , John 1 ) 

b June 3 1882 - Southampton, Mass. 
d ?ct 22 1910 - 
m ^ept 9 1909 - 

to Charles 'Tenry Dean of 

son of ( illiaa Tenry Dean 
( :iiza 
b 
d 



Children;- (9- MAS) 



33 



( ; ^__ >S 8 SBARL (289- Orlando C. 7 , Cornelius B,*, Cornelius 5 , 

Zophar 4 , ftathenie] 3 , John 2 , Join 1 ) 
b Apr 21 1335 - -outhaxpton, Mass. 
d 
m Dec 17 1914 - 

to LIZBLIE HILL of 

dau. of < Feli * Grund y Hin 
( Mary Ursula Alley 
b June 4 1886 - Highlands, B, . 
d 



Children;- (3- SSARI2) b Southampton 

i. Buy Elizabeth bPeb 20 1920 

ii. Edward Cornelius Jr. b Oct 3 1921 

iii. ^ron Bill ar 24 1923 



94 

( ) DOLUT KATHRII*A SEARLB (289- Orlando d Cornelius E. 6 Cornelius 5 , 

Zopher 4 , Nathaniel 3 , John 2 , John 1 ) 
b Jan 21 1889 -Southampton, Mass. 
d 
a Sept 22 1911 - 

to Park '.est Allen of 

son of ( 5aauel Augustus Allen 
(Ella Turner 
b siar 12 1889 - ?.estfield, «laeg. 
d 



Children;- (•- kUZS) b iestfield 

i. ,:arfearet I^uise b Oct 26 1912 

ii. Edward r.earle b Jan 26 1915 

iii. Fobert Searle b Apr 3 1918 



WILLIAM H. 3EARIE3 

Elyria,Ohio 318 Fifth Street 

Dec. 18 1916 



Dear Cousin, Mary B. 

Five weeks have elapsed since you wrote me a fine letter, and 
I have been looking for a time when I could make a suitable reply. Not 
that my time is so much occupied but that my energy was deficient. l&y 
Health was a little below par all summer, and when I was a delegate to 
our Association in Lorain in October the church was so illy ventilated 
as to make me sick, and I was confined to the houee for a month with 
general prostration. For the last few weeks I have been gaining very 
gradually, so that I am very comfortable, yet I have to be careful not 
to tax my strength too far, and I accomplish but little in any one day. 
As I have a fair appetite and my looks do not betray any defect I hope 
still to pass as a well man if not a young one. 

I am glad to know of the trips that you can take in various 
directions and of your attendance on the Soman's Board which was quite 
a privilege. Such little changes are good for the body and mind. I 
congratulate Edward on his success in farming and on his recognition 
by the authorities. He will fill his father's place so well that the 
latter need not mind having to retire from it. Dolly no doubt is 
pleased with her husband's preferment. It will give her an opportuni- 
ty to spend some time at the "Hub". 

We have been »o very quiet here at home there is little to 
tell you of save a three weeks visit from Mrs. Lilly Leiss, an old 
School friend of Mary's, a daughter of the late senator Ross of Kansas. 
She lives in Lawrence. 7;e enjoyed her visit very much; she is a 
bright, intelligent woman. And then there was Sylvia Shafer of 
Gasport, K.Y. visiting Helen in Lorain, who came several times with her 
to see us, an amiable and charming girl who won admiration and live at 
once. Otherwise we have been alone Anthe house, even the maid having 
taken a notion to marry, on three day8 notice, a man she had never seen 
before, fellow Hungarian. Re took her to Wadsworth, Ohio, and we have 
heard nothing of her since. Mary baa recovered her usual health and 
strength, but aflf€»ra from sciatisa which is quite a handicap to her 
ambition. She always goes as far as it will let her, either at home 
oe in social work, the church, Old Ladie's Home, Civic Club, etc. I 
enclose yesterday's calendar that you may get an idea of what Mr .Grant 
is doing in the church. ?/hile I decline all official duty the church 
still keeps my name in print. Miss McKaughton, our soprano is an 
Oberlin student, daughter of a Congregational missionary. 3he intends 
to become a missionary herself and has the ability. 

We are invited to the DenmanB next door for Christmas dinner 
with "the children". The four dined with us on Thanksgiving day, a 
pleasant reunion. 

n e have had a mild, pleasant fall, until now, but the last 
few days have been severely cold. A'e would not mind it at all if the 
gas supply were adequate but it has been quite short of late, and as we 
cook and light and heat the house with gas exclusively any lack of 
pressure becomes a serious matter. V,e fear the supply of natueal gas 
may fail us entirely by another year if not this. The mills are 
already cut off in favor of the residences. It is a great luxury to 
be independent of coal, wood, oil and candles, as we have been for a 
dozen years. 



with reference to preparing a partial eopy of the genealogy, I f 
find that the history from the beginning down to and including 
Nathaniel, then taking the Zophar line in its entirety, covers about 
110 large pages (8 by 12) mostly typewritten, and consequently would 
make a typewritten book about the size of that got out by Rev. V.illiam 
3earles. To limit the Zophar line to the descendants of Cornelius 
Edward would save about 30 pages, but would omit many interesting 
people that you know and spoil the completeness of the story. The cost 
would be at the rate say twenty cents a page for the single copy , or 
twenty-five cents a page for two copies, the second being a carbon; 
both copies bound in pasteboards. I find that two pages of my type- 
written matter fills three pa ges in print like the saaple I sent you, 
so you can get a pretty good idea of the amount of reading matter in 
such an edition. This will give you a problem to think over. 
A typewritten copy will necessarily show some blemishes after errors 
are corrected, while in a printed book the errors are corrected in the 
plate before printing. Let me know when you come to a decision and 
I will endeavor to carry out your wishes. 

The Christmas season has come again but we shall d* very 
little in the way of its observance beyond thinking tenderly of all 
our friends everywhere. <"ith your large (and growing) family you 
may well make merry, and no doubt you will, but we are quite isolated 
from our kindred, and feel the separation at such a time. 'e are 
glad to have discovered you and yours and feel enriched by your 
interest in us ans a regard which we heartily reciprocate. 

ith our best wishes for a merry Christman and a happy New 
Year, I remain always 

Mott cordially yours, 




Part 2 

cfeahie Genealo 

Rev.W Searles.DD. 



3SARLES RECORD 

*U* = 


The following is not a book, but a Record in part, 
only of the Sear Is 1 family. e are indebted to the 

industry of the late Sardis Chapman, whose energy knew no 
bounds. He devoted many years in securing data for these 
records. How he could have secured so much, is more than 
?e can comprehend. The work, the time, and expense was 

surely a great tax. He gave many years to this work. 

It is found that Andrew, Edward and John 3earle were 
born in arwick, Rngland and came to Boston in 1634. 

Andrew settled at first near Boston, thence his family 
went north and west. 

dward went south into Conn, and H.I. and thence by 
his family into Pa. and thence west. 

John, with a few others came to Springfield in 1635 and 
made the settlement there. The lot of John, as shown by the 

old maps, was where the Boston and Albany Depot now stands. 
Te died in 1641. and left one son John from whom the laree 
family in these records came. 

e have had them printed this way, the one page blank 
so that notes can be inserted as desired. e have devoted 

much time in arranging them, but we had to stop. 

uburn, 1.1. 1897 • earls. 



ANDREW SEARLE, brother of Edward and John 

Born in .'arwick England about 1610, and with his two brothers came to Bostom 
in 163 4. We have been unable to follow down his family line, as they moved 
north and west, some going into Canada etc. 

The following furnished from records and family trees. 

WILLIAM SEARLE, son of Andrew born about 1640, is mentioned as being in Ips- 
wich in 1663. The Salem Registry of Deeds (Book 3 Ipswich p. 133) shows that 
on May 19 1663, Shoreborn Williaon sold "For in consideration of twenty six 
pounds in hand payd or secured to be payd by William dearie of Boston, in the 
Courts of 3uffolk Joyner" a certain parcel of land; this same land was on 
Gept. 26 1663 sold by William Searle to Thomas Dennis (Dennis afterwards 
married Grace, the Aidow of William Searle). 

There is no mention of William Searle among the early records of Boston 
and it is assumed that he came to Boston from England. 

K illiam Searl died in Ipswich Aug. 16 1667 or 8. The inventory of his 
estate showed a value of about -93, and was filed Sept. 24 1667. No adminis- 
tration of his estate was made until 1722, when on Feb. 23 (1722) his grandson 
Vil lifts was given letters of administration Hhe estate not before having been 
administered and Grace (Searle) Harris having given her quit-claim and Samuel 
Searle, elder brother of 'illiam declining to act" Vide Essex Probate records 
of Ipswich Book 304 p 401. 

Grace the widow of William Searle on Oct. 26 1668 married ThomaB Dennis. 
The gravestones of Thomas and Grace are to be seen in the old cemetery at 
Ipswich. 

'illiam and Grace had three children ;- 

1. Samuel Searle, date of birth unknown. He married )eborah Bragg. 

Samuel died April 7 1691. 

2. William, born in Ipswich Nov. 22 1665. He was unmarried. 

Si died at Rowley ?ov.7 1690. His estate amounted to £8 18e clear. 
Administration of his estate was on April 23 1691, granted to John 
Harris, his brother-in-law, he stating in his petition "no relation 
to ask and no vdfe or child". (Essex Probate records, old Ipswich 
book 304 p 398) 

3. Grace, date of birth unknown, probably 1666. she married Jan^ 8 1685 

Sergeant John Harris. r e died Nov, 21 1732 aged 82. Grace died 
June 10 1742. 

They had the following children;- (HARRIS) 

William born 

Rebecca 9 

Samuel " 

Martha n 

Daniel ■ 

Richard " 



Nov 


2P 


1690 


Jan 


11 


1692 


Apr 





1695 


Dec 


2 


1698 


Nov 


2k 


1700 


Nov 


2b 


1705 



SAMUEL SEARLE 

son (William Searle 
(Grace 

b about 1650 (date unknown) before hie father settled in Ipswich, 
d Apr 7 1691 - Rowley, Mass (TR-vol.l- p25) 
m (date unknown) 

to Deborah Bragg of Ipswich 
dau. of ( Edward Bragg 
( 
b Dec 22 1658 - 
d .:ar 25 1703 - Rowley 

The inventory of his estate amounted to ^44 5s and was preeented at Court 
in Ipswich by his wife Deborah on I.ov. 3 1691. she being administratrix 
(Essex Probate records, Ipswich book 304 p 401-2) 

Samuel Searle and Deborah had the following 
Ghildren;- 

1 Samuel date of birth unknown. He died Mar 1 1756 aged about 

72. This would make his birth in 1684. I am inclined to think 
he was born four to six years earlier, say about 1679. 

2 William born )ct 16 1685. Died young. 

3 John born l.ov 2 1686, died June 20 1771 in his 85 year. 

"He has a fall off his horse w ch tis thot accasioned his death 
tho he had been in a declining state (Rowley records vol.1 p 283) 

4 Williaa born 3ept 8 1690. 

5 Deborah born 1691. She married Sphraim Nelson June 14 1715, and 

died June 29 1720. 



aILLIAm 3SARLE son of ( Samuel, William, Andrew) 
( Deborah Bragg 

b Sept 8 1690 - Rowley, iviaes. 

d Aay 18 1778 in his 88th year (records say 80; - 

m Aug 23 1723 - 

to Jane kelson of 

dau. of ( Jeremiah i\elson 

( 1st w. Ann 

b 

d ^ar 30 1778 in her 75th year - 

V.illiamSearle and hie wife Jane had several children and among 
them are the following;- 
Ohildren:- 

Jeremiah born May 27 1725 

Jane bom Oct 28 1727. She married Kov 26 1747 Jeremiah 
Jewett, who was born Feb 28 1722/3 and died Dec 3 1809. 
He was deacon of the FirBt Church at Rowley. His wife 
Jane died July 18 1815 aged 88 years; they had 12 children, 
born Apr 4 1730 

born 1732/3, died in 1733 AE 7 mos. 
born Kov 24 1736 
born ar 16 1739 
born Jan 26 1743 



Jeremiah kelson was "slain by ye Indians at Dunstable 10 July 1706" 
He was the son of Capt. Philip Nelson who was born in England in 1633 
and was graduated at Harvard College about 1654. He married the dau. 
of John Lovell in 1666. He was a justice of the peace and Captain of a 
company "Under command of Sir '.illiam Phipps who is goinge against 
the French at Kova Scotia". He died Aug 19 1691. 




William Searle was deacon of the second church 



JEREaiAH 35ARLE eon of( William Searle, Samuel, 'Villiam, Andrew ) 
( Jane Nelson 

b May 27 1725 - Rowley, tfaBS. 

d Oct 29 1799 aged 74 years - in Rowley 

m 3ept 23 1756 - 

to Mary Thurston of 

dau. of ( Richard Thurston of Newbury, "soon of Rowley". 
(Mehitable Jewett 
b 
d 



Childrent- 

Stophen born Oct 13 1767 



- 



Richard Thurston was deacon of the second church at Rowley. 
He married May 5 1731 Mehitable Jewett, daughter of Jonathan Jewett. 
i»lehitable died 'ay 18 1789 aged 78 and the grayee tones of both may be seen 
at Rowley (Georgetown parish) 



STEPHEN 3EARI£ (Jeremiah, .'illiam, 3amuel, William, Andrew ) 

son of ( Jeremiah Searle 
( Mary Thurston 



b Oct 13 1767 - Rowley, kM. 
d Apr 11 1853 aged 86. - 
m Feb 23 1793 - 

to :. ; ary (or Folly) Jewett of 
dau. of ( Jeremiah Jewett 
( Jane Searle 
b 
d 



(cousin of Stephen) 



Children:- 

Jerem4ah born Feb 19 1794 died 
Mary (Perkins) born July 26 1795 died 



Jacob 
Lois 
Stephen 
Dorothy 
Sarah J. 



born 
born 
born 
born 
born 



Benjamin Gardner 
Richard Thurston 
Alonzo T 
Charles P. 



May 

Apr 

Mar 

Feb 

Feb 

born 

born 



5 1798 
8 1801 
7 1803 
18 1805 
18 1805 

Dec 29 1809 

Apr 2 



died 



May 30 1861 
Oct 31 1866 
Nov 9 1861 



died Oct 1881 

died June 28 1883 
1814 died June 30 1880 
a well known lawyer in Pousedale,Pa. 
an atty.at law in Boston 



Jeremiah Jewett was the son of Aquila Jewett and Ann Tenny, daughter of 
Thomas Tenny (son of Thomas who was one of the early settlers of Rowley 
who came from England in 1643) Jeremiah & Jsne had 12 children. 
Aqullla Jewett was born Sept 14 1684 and died Kov 24 1760. He was son of 
Joseph Jewett who was born about 1655 and died 1735; He was the son of 
Leacon ..iaximilian Jewett who came to Rowley with Rev. :zekiel Rogers (1639) 
the founder of low ley. 



ED SARD SEARLE FAMILY 



EDSARD SEARLE, brother of Andrew and John. 

born in Warwick, England about 1612, came to Boston about 1634 
died about 1679 

married the widow of John White, and sister of Edmund Caverly, 
and had a son Edward Jr. 

EDWARD 9EARLR jr. 

born about 1646 

died 

married Feb 21 1671 to Anne Lippet 

Pad 4 sons Benjamin m Hannah Polden 

Richard m widow Burton 

Solomon living in Bristol,?. I. Mar 23 1723 
James living in Conn. Mar 23 1723 

had a son, James Jr. b about 1705 

SOLOMON SEASIS * a member of Rev. Isaiah Cotton's church in Providence, 
born 
died 

married Apr 18 1723 at Bristol, R.I. tc ,? lizabeth ^'adding 
pub. Mar 23 1723 at Bristol. 
Had a son JOHN, who was the father of Rev "VY.Gearle of 

Curtraington, alass in 1891 a Baptist clergyman. 
Also a son K A THAN IF. L 

NATHANIEL SEARLE 

born about 1698 died 

married to Elizabeth little 

Had a son f> 0KSTAAT b 1723 in little Compton, R.I. 



There was a I athaniel Searle, a lawyer in Providence 

and one family that originated in Warwick, - HMALUEL 3 SAHIB 

* Solomon Searle was living in Bristol, Rhode Island, in March 23 1723, for 
on that day he was published to Elizabeth Hadding, and married April 18 
1723, in Bristol, R.L. He was a member of Rev. Isaiah Cotton's church in 
Providence. They had a son, John father of John the father of Rev. J. W. 
Searle, in 1891 in Cummington, Mass. A Baptist clergyman. 



CONSTANT 3EARLE Nathaniel, Solomon, Edward, Edward ) 

eon of ( Nathaniel Searle 
( Elizabeth Little 



1723 - Little Compton, R.I. 



about 1748 - 

to Hannah Holden of 
dau. of ( 



Children :- 

William b 

Hannah b 

Constant b 

Elizabeth b 

Constant b 

Rev. Roger b 

Ruth b 

Sarah b 

James b 

Benoni b 

Robert b 



1751 


at 


•Itonington, Conn. 


1754 


at 


ft R 


1756 


at 


N H 


1757 


at 


n it 


1759 


at 


Little Compton, R.I 


1762 


at 


Preston, Conn. 


1765 


at 


n a 


1768 


at 


Stonington, Conn. 


1769 


at 


u h 


1771 


at 




1773 


at 





NATHANIEL SEARLS of Rhode Island 



Records to show another branch of the Searle family in the record of one 
Ivathaniel Searle and his wife lizabeth of Little Compton, R.I. 



CONSTANT 3LARLL 

80n of ( Nathaniel Searle 
( Slizaheth 

b June 17 1728, oe. - Little Compton, R.I. 

Killed in an Indian massacre at Providence, Lucerne Co. Pennsylvania. 

m 

to Hannah Searle of 

dau. of ( 31meon 3earle 
( FAnnah ;*iiner 

b Dec 9 1731, os. - Stonington, Ct. 

d Aug 16 1813ae 81- Pittston, lucerne Co. Penn. 



12 Ohildren:- 

1 illia-o 

2 Harnah born in Stonington, Ct. on Saturday ye 25th day of 

January 1754. 

3 Constant &iner born in Stonington, Sedneeday . ye 17th day of 

march 1756; and died on Monday ye 5th of April 
following. 

4 lizabeth born in Stonington on Friday ye 4th of March 1757. 

5 Constant born in Little Compton, R.I. on a Sabbath day 1759. 

6 Rev. Roger born in Preston, on ye 13th day of »ugust 1762. 

7 Ruth born in Preston, on ye 1st day of ..larch 1765. 

8 Sarah born in Stonington, Conn, on Monday ye 19th of 

September 1768. 



WILLIAM SEARLS (Constant, I athaniel, 



son of 



( Constant Searle 
( Hannah -liner 



d Jan 21 1817 - Pittston, Lucerne Co, Penn. 
■ 

to <hilena of 

<iau. of £ 

b : eb 21 17j5 - jtoningtor., flfllW 

d July 11 1806 - Pittston, Lucerne Jo. enn , 



3 Children:- 

1 JJiner born Apr. 18 1774 on iionday In itonington, Ct. 

u e serried (About 1800/ to Satah Brown bora 17b2: 
Re died July 26 1820. 

2 illiaa born /ug. 21 1776 on Wednesday in Kingston, cm the east 

branch of the ^uequehannah, the state of Connecticut (now 
Pennsylvania) 

3 1 abby born June 2o 1779 on Friday la tonington, Ct. 

4 VsxmBh born July 9 1762 on Tuesday in Stfl&iagtofij t. 

5 Henry Juther born Apr 21 1766 on Friday in Ctonington, t. 

6 oily born July 14 1789 on Tuesday in -itonington, X. 

7 Lufanny born Apr 6 1732 on Friday in 3tonington, Ot. 

8 Corington born Aug 3 1796 on ednesday in i itts ton, Lucerne Co. ?enn, 

It ia said of hia that he was a lasyer and judge. 
The father of ,'iss Alice Cearle of d&nesville, Chio. 

9 Isaac "heeler born May 23 1813 on Sabbath day in ; ittet on, C lucerne 

o. arm. v« sac son of illia* earle and his aecond 
wife > largaret 



HANK AH 3KA3L5 ( Constant, Nathaniel, 
dau. of ( Constant 3earle 
( '-'annah iiner 

b Jan 25 1754 - 3tonington, Ct. on Oaturday, 
d 

(Da 

to Henry Harding of 

eon of * 
b 

(2) m to Benjamin At water of 



Children:- 


(HARDING) 




1 Deborah 


born 


Apr 5 1777 on Saturday in h in get on, lucerne Co. 


Fenn 


2 Susannah 


born 


Oct 15 1779 M ■ 


a 


3 Ruth 


born 


Jan 22 1782 


I 


4 Rebecca 


born 


Feb 7 1784 




5 Avis 


born 


Oct 28 1786 




6 Penry Jr. 


born 


June 16 1789 




7 Luc ret ia 


born 


June 3 1791 




8 Anna 


born 


July 10 1793 





jamin At'sater born \ug 23 1799 son of Hannah's 2d husband. 



ELIZABETH 3EARLT- (Constant, .\athaniel, 
dau. of X Constant earle 
( Hannah finer 

b for 4 1757 - iitonington, Ct. on Friday 

d 

ta 

to Cutlich Hewitt of 



son of i 



3 Children:- (HSWITT) 

1 Isaac born Jen 3 1774 - Stonington, Ct. on Monday 

2 uaniel born -\ar 12 1776 - on Tuesday, in ;ingston, on the east 

branch of the Susquehannah river, -tate of 
Connecticut (now t'enneylvania) 
3Betsey born Jan 5 1939 - Stonington, Ct« on Thursday. 



H1WER SEARLE ( William, Constant, Nathaniel, 
son ofi C illiem Searle 
- ( Philena 

b Apr 18 1774 - Stonington, Ct. on Monday 
d July 26 1820 - 
a about 1800 - 

to Harah Brown of 
dau. of ( 

b 1782 - 

d 

They removed to Pennsylvania and about 1818 to Ohio. 

7 Ohildren:- 

1 Eunice b 1802 

although twice married, she had no children. 

2 Sliphal b 1804 married about 1845 to r.Rufus Oowles. 

They removed to "isconsin, where most of their descen- 
dants reside. They raised one son and five daughters. 

3 Latham b 1806 married about 1853 to Margaret Dunn; 

removed to Iowa, where their only surviving child, 
Dr. B. W. Searle now liveB. He is a successful 
physician in Attumwa. His other son, George, died in 
the army during the rebellion. Sarah the only dau. 
died about 1866. 

4 Kancy b 1808, Married James Gaylor4; removed to Indiana 

in 1844; her only son wss killed at Stone river; her 
only surviving child, Mrs. Kancy Schoville, still lives 
in Steuben County, Indiana. 

5 Voltaire b 1810, married for first wife, Caroline Vaugh. 

?or his second wife, Mary Gary. He is still living 
in Lew Jersey, and has three sons, all engineers. 

(1) Duane is head engineer of Colgate -lanufactury. 

(2) George is an engineer on a railroad. 

(3) Joseph is chief engineer of the Sloss Iron & Steel 
works at Birmingham, Alabama. 

6 Jane b 1816 married David ..Gaylord; they removed 

to Indiana in 1852, where they still live. They have 
one son, Henry I. Gaylord, wh: was a soldier all through 
the war. They also hav two daughters, .'rs. Callie 
Woodhull of Augola, and &rs.3arah Gilbert of Pleasant 
Lake, Indiana. 

7 George Dennison b Dec 1 1819; married Celinda Utley . He spent 

most of his life in Delaware County, Ohio; died in 

Berkshire, Delaware, Ohio, leaving two sons and three 

daughters . 

One son, J. 'V. Searle, lives in Otto, Cowley County, 

Kansas. 

Address— Mrs. George D. Searle, Berkshire, Delaware Co. 

Ohio. 

Also — Miss Alice Searle, Zanesville, Ohio. 



J 3 EARLS ( Constant, Kathaniel, Solomon, "dward, Edward ) 

aon oi' ' Constant Hear la 
( Hannah 

b Aug 4 1769 - 3 ton in rt on, Ct. 
d Apr 30 1847 - 

m Aug 25 1793 - Providence, R.I. 
to Abigail Thurston of 

dau. of ) 

b Aug, 16 1775 - Newport, R.I. 
d Liar 23 1833 - 



Children:- 

1 ..'.ary -nn b Hay IS 17.1o at c3aithf ield , 

d June 28 1833 

in Jan 1815 to Stephen Martin, * 2d. William Dennison 

2 ^c 1 ^ b Sec 27 1796 at Smithfield, .1.1. 

i .ay 7 1861 

a Oct 1824 to Rufus Parks 

3 Fanny b Mar 26 1799 at tendon, ..lass. 

d i:ov 2 1336 

ai July 16 1822 to Calvin Clark 

4 John M. b Dec 7 1801 at tendon, KM*. 

d Mar 19 1862 

m Feb 21 1828 to Philomelia 3toddard 

5 Priscilla b Apr 9 1804 at Bennington, Vt. 

d June 1 1849 
m 

6 Janes H. b ay 4 1806 at Bennington, Vt. 

d L'ar 20 1860 

m to Martha Gott 

7 "'ill lam P. b June 27 1808 at Bennington, ;t. 

d .ay 12 1864 

m Uar 1838 to Laurilla ..illiams, &> 2d. Lucinda White 

8 Elizabeth Thurston b Dec 20 1811 at Bennington, Vt. 

d Feb 19 1862 

m June 1833 to Ldward 3. Hawes 

9 Moses Thurston b Feb 9 1814 at Bennington, Vt. 

d 

■ 1840 to .lary Ann rrinmer 

10 Bernard D. b Aug 22 1815 at Colrain, Mass. 

d 

m Dec 23 1843 to Sophia I'arvey 

11 Abigail b Oct 2 1816 at Colrain, ^ass. 

d 1895 

m Jan 1 1838 to lewis S. Thomas 



Children of James Searle & Abigail Thuraton 

(1) 
Children of MART ANN SEARL i let husband Stephen Martin 
Julia Ann 

by 2d husband William Dennison 
Henry 
Edward 
Eunice 
John 
iiary 

Children of LUCIA SEARLE (2) 4 Rufus Parks 
Ann 
Eliza 
Abby 

Children of FARHI SEARLE (3) &, Calvin Clark 
Henry 
Delia 
Abby 
Ruth 
George 
William 

Children of Rev. John H. Searle (4) 
Louis P. b 1831 

John a. Jr. b 1834 died when a child 
Frances b 1837 died 1876 

Children of illiam T. Searle (7) & 1st wife Laurilla '.Villiaras 
Abby 
Alden 

k 2d wife Lucinda v hite 
Ellen 
Fanny 
Charles 
Ida 

George 
Edward 

Children of ELIZABETH SEARLE (8) & Edward B. Hawes 
Lucia 
H. Clay 

9 
Children of MOSES THURSTON SEARLE & Mary Ann Printer 
William T. 

Children of ABIGAIL SEARLE(ll) & Lewis N. Thomas 
Sandford 3. 
*. H. S. Thomas 



James H. Searles ( James, Constant, Kathaniel, Solomon, Kdward, Sdward ) 
( James Searle 



son of 



( Abigail Thurston 



b dey 4 1806 - Bennington, Vt. 
d ar 30 1860 - 





to 


Martha Gott of 










dau. of i 

Nov 28 1810 - 
Jan 12 1885 - 










b 
d 


Rome, 


K.Y. 




Children:- 

1 Ja^aes ' . b 

2 Robert R. b 

3 Martha S. b 

4 J. Milton b 

5 Calvin Clark b 

6 Mary E. b 


Aug 6 

Kov 25 
Apr 23 
Sept 14 
June 1 
Kov 15 


1832 

1834 
1837 
1839 
1841 
1845 


m (1) Prances B. 3< 
(2) Sloiae Kathai 
died *lay 2 1894 

died 3ept 24 1839 
died May 19 1845 
died Apr 6 1873 


7 

8 

9 

10 


Pr isci 11a I 
Silliam T. 

Jessie G. 
Delia 0. 


:. b 
b 
b 
b 


July 1 
June 15 
Jan 10 
Dec 13 


1848 
1850 
1853 
1856 


died 
died 
died 
died 


June 1 1849 
Dec 16 1896 
>ar 2 1854 
Jan 24 1680 



1872 



/icCheeney 



Grene 1 1 



JAMES H. SEARIE ( James H., James, Constant, Nathaniel, Solomon, Edward, 
7~T „ o , Edward ) 

son of ( Jamee H * Searle3 
( Martha Gott 

b Aug 6 1832 - 
d 

(1) m June 19 1859 - Mansfield, Ohio by Rev. John Pulton 

to Frances 3. Webster of 

dau. of | 

b 

d Aug 17 1869 - 

(2) a Apr 18 1872 - 

to Zloise Katharine Rumney of 

dau. of ) 

b 
d 



Children:- 

1 Jenny Prances b Apr 29 1860 at Kalamazoo, iich. d.Oct 12 1880 

2 Jamee H. W. b Dec 3 1862 at Bellville, N.Y. 

3 Mary Katharine b Dec 5 1864 at " " 



4 John Rumney b Apr 27 1873 at 

5 Martha Sloise b Feb 4 1879 died Jan 23 1880 

6 Charles Noble b May 4 1882 

7 Elizabeth Porter b Apr 11 1884 



SA..IUEL SNARLS 
A Revolutionary soldier 

Born in Cummington, alass. about 1739, was the son of James Jr. who was 
grandson of Solomon, who was the grandson of Edward. 

SAMUEL married three times, His first wife died in a few months. By his 
second wife Jane Chadderdon, he had four sons 

John Jonathan Stephen Samuel. 

JOHN married Hannah Russell, and they had one son 

3amuel J . born May 25 1808 at Broadalbin, Button Co. fc.Y. His 
parents died before he was a year old. 

SAMUEL J. SEARLE moved to the town of Sales, in 1810. He married Susan 
Fay July 4 1830 Their children were;- 

Uarvin E. born Apr 2 1832 died Apr lb 1891 

Marion E bom Jan 11 1836 died June 25 1864 

Silas W. born Jan 8 1841 Resides in St. Paul. 

M. B. born Sept 1 1846 an :.D. who resides in 3ast 

Aurora, B*I« where he is in active 
practice of his noble profession. 
Re had a lovely home, a noble wife, 
and one daughter, who graduated at 
Sells College. 



JOHN C. SEARLS ( Robert, John, Solomon, £dward Jr, Cdward ) 
son of < Robert 3earle 



to 



dau. of 



Children;- 
1 Parriet 



Orinda a 
Elvira m 
John F. C. a 
Robert ,: . C. ■ 
Ann Elizabeth 



Abraham Zoller 
F. P. Baker of Topeka, 
Oscar De'A'itt Robinson 
Julia Slick 
Amelia 3eecher 
a "ilder Manchester 



illiam Parker died at the age of 2 yrs. 6 aos, 
infant son d'ed at the age of 7 weeks. 



Mrs. Robert H. 0. Searle told me a few days ago that she had a cousin by the 
name of Jane Beecher who had married a man by the name of Searle, and whom 
she thought lived in Boston, ^aes." 



The grand parents of John 0. Searle.were Robert Searle & Azubah Butterfield 



VISITING IK HAWAII 



K. R. BAKER VISITS HI3 BIRTHPLACE IN THE PACIFIC ISLANDS 

The commercial Advert leer of 
Honolulu, of ularch 3, contains 
the following;- 

Among the arrivals on the last steamer from the coast were Mr. and 
lire. N. R. Baker of Topeka, Kansas. They have already visited the volcano, 
and altogether they are much pleased with the Islands. Mr. and Mrs. Baker 
left Topeka in October, 1889, and have been traveling ever since. They 
expect to reach home in April. 

'Jr. Baker first saw the light of day at Filo, Hawaii, in 1853. His 
father Floyd Baker, was at that time the able district attorney of the 
Island of Hawaii, 

During his visit to the volcano last week, kr. Baker stopped at Hilo, 
and met a large number of people who knew his parenta when they resided at 
Hilo, and he gathered a great deal of information which will be most inter- 
eating to his parents when he returns to the states. Ir Baker enjoyed 
himself very much at Hilo, during his brief stay. 

He is manager of the Kansas Newspaper union, which supplies 174 news- 
papers with news. As Mr. Baker intends to write up his impressions of the 
islands for use by the union, it will be seen that he is likely to spread 
correct information that ??e ought to appreciate, and that will not do any 
harm to the islands. 

In looking over the report of Chief Justice William P. Lee to the 
legislature of 1854, we find the following reference to ...r. Baker's father; 
" From the district attorney of the large and important island of Hawaii, 
Floyd Baker, Esq., I have received a valuable and satisfactory report 
of the judicial transactions of that district for the years 1853, and one 
which I think may be relied upon as correct. 

Mr. Baker has visited every district on the island, excest one, at 
muchtrouble and expense, and I take pleasure in saying that I have learned 
from several quarters that he has proved himself a useful and efficient 
officer." 



gttgAgj ; ( lliaha 4 , J«te 5 , Jo'r: 2 , Jo'.:, 1 . 



dau. Of 



( Elisha 9earle 

( lebecca Dank9 



bp Sent 24 1738 - Northampton 

d Nov 2 1796 - '.Veathampton, y.aBs. (CR) 

m Sept 9 1763 - Northampton (CR) 

to Noah Strong Jr. Lt. of Northampton 

son of ^ Noah Strong (Nathaniel, benezer, John) 
( Mary 3 he Id on 
b July 2 1736 - Northampton, isss. (TR) 
d Aug 3 1819 - esthampton, Mass. (CR) 

They removed to esthampton ae first settlers 1767. 



11 


Children:- 








1 


Job 


b 






2 


'iary 


b 






3 


Lemuel. 


b 


1767, first child bom in eathampton 




4 


"anna 1 - 


b 


1769 died unmarried 




5 


Rebecca 


b 


1770 an Aaron Clapp Jr. 1798, of Eaathampton 




6 


father 


b 


1775 m Aaahel Lyman of Norwich 




7 


Eunice 


b 


1777 m Be la Kings ley 




8 


Dorcas 


b 


1779 m Gapt. Simeon Ohapin 




9 


Dorothy 


b 


1781 m . Goodman 




10 


-liphaz 


b 


1786 




11 


Noah 


b 


1783 



ELISHA 3BARLT: Jr. ( Elisha? John 3 , John 2 , John 1 . ) 

son of f nli8htt Searle 
( Rebecca Danka 


b 

d 

(l)a 


abt. 
abt 
June : 
to 


. 1743 - 
. 1803 - 

L0 1770 - Northampton , sAaee. (CR) 
Thankful 1 Danks of 

dau. of ( 


(2)m 


to 


b 
d 

dau. of / 


(3)m 


July 
to 


b 

d 
6 1791 - Eaethampton, Mass. (CR) 
'id? Pairehild of Eaathampton 

dau. of : 

b 
d 

She widow of 
m 

son of S 

Fe b 
d 


Children:- (by 3d wife) 
1 Elieha b 



2 Samuel b d Jordon.K.Y. 1837 

m to Polly Cross of Sharon 3prings 
His children are;- 

(1) Mary P. Searle, m 1st. Hiram Atwell by whom she had 

one son, Charles 54. At well. She m 2d. J.P.RANSIER, 
by whom she had 2 daughters, who are still living, 
rs. 211a Bell and Mrs.Georgie Taylor. 

(2) James I. Searle died 

(3) Rev. Dr. Ailliaa Searle b I.ov 10 1828 

(4) SalemC. Searle b d 

(5) Harriet M. Searle b 1835 



lie v. milk., r 1RLE P.P. ( Samuel^ ^lieha 5 , Elisha*, John* 2 1 



„^, „♦> ( 3amuel dearie 
son of / _ , , „ 

( Polly Cross 

b I.ov 10 1825 or 28 - 

d 

m 1848 

to Catharine Springier of 

dau. of / 

b ' - 

d 



Children :- 

1 Ella A. b 1849 

m 1870 to Edwin A. Voodin, They have 

3 Children;- 

(1) Walter E. Woodin b 1871; m 1890 to Gussie Bell 

of Auburn, N.Y. 

(2) Charles M. oodin b 1873, d 1875. 

(3) Edna M. Woodin b 1878 

2 Theodore J. b 1851 

m 1872 to Helen R. Elmar of Fome , I.Y. 



Dr. J. G. Holland pronouncee Rev. I. 3earle CD. the best specimen 
of self made nan he ever sav?. He had filled many of the first churches 
in Central Res York, and for 16 years he was Chaplin of Auburn prison, one 
of the largest prisons in America. 

I He is the compiler of this part of the dearie genealogy] 



DC . :. d 3BARD5 ( Rey.miiftn 7 , 3amuel 6 , fclieha 5 , 4 John 3 2 * ) 

eon of ( p,ev * ' i] li a: earle D.D. 
( Catharine Springier 

b 1851 - 

d 

■ 1872 - 

to Helen R BShht of Rome, K.Y. 

dau. of / 



Ohildren:- 






1 William E. 


b 


1874 


2 . Parian 


b 


1875 


3 Rajrnond 


b 


1877 


4 Elmer T. 


b 


1880 



This f«:iily were all living (1896) at Auburn, New York. Fe is a lawyer 
in Auburn, N.Y. 



HARRIETS. 7 SEARLE ( Samuel 6 , Ellsha 5 4 , John 3 2 ! 

dau. of J Sa *u*l Searle 
( Polly Gross 

b 1835 - 

d 

a 1850 - 

to '.. L. iiyers of 

eon of * 

b 

d 1884 - 



Children:- (MIERS) 

1 Eva J. b 1856 

m 1877 to I. J. De'*'itt. 

2 Libbie P. b 1858 

m 1887 to Edward C. Bride 



0ATHARIH5 ° SKARLE ( Elisha 4 , John 3 , John 2 , John 1 ) 
dau. of ( i.iieha Searle * 
( Rebecca Danks 

b abt 1735-6 - 

d Feb 11 1813 AS 76y - 

m 1760 - 

to Lieut, r^ilas Brown of 

son of ; 

b 1736 - 

d Aug 4 1804 - 
.tones are at their burial lot on £aet St. Last heap ton. 



Children:- (BROWS) 

1 3 lias b 1762 d Apr 1826 ae 62 

2 Irene b 1767 r& 1789 to Gideon Poaeroy 

d Sept 9 1847 ae 80 

3 Silence b m 1790 to ^eac. Justice Poaeroy 



* The Indian Captive 



' liathaniel 4 , liathaniel 3 , Join 2 , John 1 ) 





-I 


Nathaniel dearie 


son 


;>lary Pomeroy 


b 




1741 - 


d 




1819 ae 78 - 


m 




1770 - 




to 


Elizabeth Glapp of 




b 
d 


dau of ( Anna Munn 




1824 ae 81 - 



He ocoupied hia father's Farn house where Henry Searlo has lately repaired 
one (1888) 



Children;- 
1 Paul 


b 


t 


Rufus 


b 


3 


fucinda 


b 


4 


Anna 


b 


5 


Elizabeth 


■ 


6 
7 


Silence 
Philena 


fa 
b 


8 


Jemima 


h 



1771 


d 




1824 


ae 53 




a 




1806 


Polly Bliss of ft. Springfield 


1772 


d 


June 


12 1844 


ae 71 




■ 




1799 


ftaney Searle 


1775 


d 


fov 


10 1849 


ae 74 




■ 




1797 


Cap* '.'illiaa Dady 


1777 


d 




1804 


ae 27 




■ 




1798 


Cap 1 Stephen Strong 


1780 


d 










■ 




i&zq 


Luther Clapp 
fto children. 


1782 








(unknown} 


1782 


1 




1864 


ae 84 




a 




1806 


ApollaB tie tea If 




one son 


Joseph 


tfetcalf . 


1785 


d 










m 




1823 


Hophni Strong of i.orwich. 



7 vIARLS ( Rufua 6 , Abijah 5 , Nathaniel 4 3 , John 2 ! ) 

dau. of f J 8 *^ ^ ear J e 
( /ancy earle 

b Feb 1 1809 - 

d 

m 1828 - 

to JaaeB A Thorp of 

son of J Jame8 Thor P 
( Lucy Andrus 
b 
d Feb 6 1882 ae 75 - 



1 


Ellen Frances 


b Dec 


22. 


1829 


m 


2 


Mary Augusta 


b Apr 


2^ 


1831 


■ 


.3 


Charles Lewis 


b Jan 


19 


1834 


■ 


4 


Zdward Richard 


b Mar 


u 


1836 


■ 


5 


James Andrews 


b Apr 


20 


1838 


■ 


6 


Susan Almena 


b June 


tt 


1840 


■ 


7 


(leorge Lawton 


b Mar 


9 


1842 


■ 


8 


r4aria Jane 


b June 


24 


1844 


■ 


9 


Asuuorett Pamelia 


b Sept 


u 


1846 


m 


tc 


Adelaide Laura 


b Feb 


28 


1849 


m 


11 


William Searl 


b Oct 


5 


1851 


■ 



1853 Hiram Bates of Curaaington 
1851 Gardner Fowles 
she d Sept 11 1870 ae 39 

Mary Vitherel of Chesterfield 

Fancy A. Crosby of Hartford, Ct. 

'■•'ranee lia Lacella of Granby.Ct. 
1863 Joseph H.Sbepard of Hatfield 

Angie Hastings of lYilliamsburg 
1884 Harrison Howe of Munson 

Gilbert Thomee of "illiamsburg 
1871 Daniel derrick of 3pringfield 
:^ar 27 1873 Carrie V. ait 
of Holyoke. 



LSVI 5 3EARLS ( Nathaniel 4 , ..athaniel 3 , John 2 , John 1 ) 



son of E Kathaniel ' 3earle 
( lary Pomeroy 



b 1743 - 

d 1822 ae 79 - 

a abt 1770 - 

to Ruth 'Williams froa Cape Cod 



dau. of 



1317 ae 70 



He was a farmer and lived in Bedlam 3treet 



Children;- 
1 Levi 



i Lurena 

3 Mary 

4 a child 

5 Irene 



b a Servia Ford 

They had 6 children ;- 

1 Levi b died ae 17 or 18 

2 Jdward Fowles b m Electa 

who died in 1833, He died at Owego, Owego Co.L.I, 
where he lived many years. 

3 lehitable 

4 Mary 
5 Levina 

6 Fanny 
b 1772 d Tune 7 1844 ae 65 

m 1806 Aaron Strong 2d. 
b 1774 
b 1779 
b 1781 



LUCIKDA 6 SEARL5 ( Abijah 5 , Kathaniel 4 3 , 
dau. of ( Abijah Searle 

( Elizabeth Clapp 



John 2 1 ) 



b 1775 - 

d Kov 10 1849 ae 74 - 

m 1797 - 

to Cap 1 . William Dady Of 

son of J J 1111 ** J** 
( Jerusha Burt 

b 

d Kov 27 1837 - 



Children;- (DADY) 



1 


William 


b 




1801 


d 

3 


Kov 14 1886 ae 85 

&■ removed to S. Onondaga, K.Y 


2 


Liberty 


b 


July 


13 1805 


tn 














lived and died in Chesterfield, Mass. 












Her husband died Feb 13 1884 ae 78 


3 


Harvey 


b 




1802 


d 


July 22 1861 

1834 Phoebe 3. Hannua 
She d Oct 6 1854. 


4 


Lucinda 


b 




1810 


tn 


1836 Elijah B. Emerson 


5 


Samue 1 


b 




1812 


■ 


Laura B 

She d Apr 30 1894 


6 


Rachel 


b 




1813 


m 


1837 Royal Burt Jr. 


7 


Anna 


b 




1815 


m 


1842 William White 


8 


Stephen 


b 




1817 







married and removed to East Onondaga, K.Y. 



lurbsa 



SEARL3 ( Levi", ] 
( Levi Searle 



4 3 



John 



2 1 



dau. of ( j^^ . illiama 



b 1781 

d June 7 1846 ae 65 (G3) - 

m 1806 - 

to Aaron Strong of 

_ ( Aeahel Strong 
9 ° n of ( Mary Searle 
b 1781 - 
d May 7 1837 ae 55 (G3) - 



Children;- (ST 


ROKG ) 












1 Cheater b 


Sept 


24 1807 


d 




1807 




2 Rervey b 


Oct 


18 1809 


d 




1862 




3 Chester b 


Mar 


18 1811 


d 


ar 


1 1863 
1844 


at Palmer, Mass 

Lucia £. Cook 


4 Aeahel b 


Mar 


11 1814 


d 




1824 


ae 10 


5 Levi b 


Aug 


13 1816 


d 




1838 


ae 22 



3 Cheater Strong (b in Southampton iiar 16 1811, d in Palmer Feb 28 
1863 ae 52, gravestone in Palmer cemetery) 

He married Lucia E. Cook of Aest Springfield in 1844 May 22 She was the 
(daughter of &lizur and Margia Cook, b in Vest Springfield in 1822, d in 
Palmer May 7 1888 ae 66, Palmer cemetery gravestone; 
They removed from Southampton to Palmer, Haas. 

They had a son HOMER CHESTER STRONG born Sept. 5 1850, died Aug 15 1900 
and buried in the Palmer cemetery; married Jan 10 1883 to Lizzie M.Wileon 
dau. of Cornelius 'Haon, (agent of the Thorndike Mills at Palmer,) a dau. 
Grace C. Strong born Jan 26 1684. 



2 Hervey Strong ( b in Southampton Oct 8 1808; d in Palmer May 14 1862 
ae 53 unmarried, gravestone in the Palmer cemetery) 



( Chester strong, aon of ( Aaron Strong 
eon of ( Lucia Cook ( Lurena 6 Searle 

A lawyer at Palmer, iass. was descended fron both Levi 3earle and Mary Searle 
children of Nathaniel Searle Jr. the line being as follows;- 

John Searle married Sarah Baldwin who afterwards as his widow married 

Alexander Edwards one of the first settlers of i\orthaapton,-Lass. Their son 
John Searle married Ruth Janes daughter of William Janes. for his second wife 

John Searle married Mary North daughter of John Korth. Their 6th child, 
Ksthaniel Searle married for his first wife Priscilla ebb. Their child 
Kathaniel Searle Jr. married Mary Poaeroy daughter of Samuel romeroy and 

Johannah Root about 1740. They had a homestead of 100 acres in Bedlam 

Street known as the Johnson place. Their second child, 
Levi Searle was born in 1743 and married about 1771 Ruth ?/illiams from Cape 

Cod. Levi died in 1823 aged 80. They lived in Bedlam Street and had 

five children. Their second child, 
Lurena Searle married Aaron Strong 2nd and was the grandmother of Homer C. 

Strong. 

Mary Searle the 4th child of Nathaniel Searle Jr. and Mary Pomeroy and the 
sister of Levi Searle was born 1746 and married 1779 Asahel Strong son 
of Aaron Strong and lived in the southerly aide road leading by the 
Lyman saw mill and to Bedlam Street then known as r'rary street, Bedlau, 
in the house now (1897) occupied by Justus Frary in f'o.3 school diet. 
Mary Searle died at Southampton 1822 aged 76. 

Asahel Strong was born 1746 and died 1822 aged 76 at Southampton. 
Aaron Strong 2nd the second child of Asahel Strong and Mary Hearle was born 
1782, married 18C6 Lurena Searle daughter of Levi Searle and Ruth 
illiams and died May 7 1837 aged 55 years. "is wife Lurena (Searle) 
Strong was born 1781 and died at Southampton June 7 1846 aged 65 
Aaron Strong t Lurena Searle Strong had 5 children viz;- 

Chester Strong 1st born Sept 24 1807, died 1807. 

"ervey Strong born Oct 18 1809, died at Palmer, Mass. Way 1862 

Chester Strong 2nd born at Southampton ..iar 18 1811, died at 
Palmer, Maes. Iter 1 1863 aged nearly 52. 

Asahel Strong born Mar 11 1814, died May 29 1824 aged 10. 

Levi Strong born Aug 13 1816, died June 17 1838 aged 21. 
Aaron A. Lurena and three of their sons, Chester 1st, Levi, & Asahel 
rest in the Southampton cemetery. Their graves marked by stones 
inscribed, are located on the southerly side of the avenue dividing 
the old from the new part about 25 feet S. Easterly from new monument 
on lot of Fophni Coleman. 

Chester Strong 2nd, Hervey Strong and Lucia Elizabeth (Cook) Strong 
rest on Easterly side of the central avenue of the Palmer, Mass. 
cemetery, their resting place marked by an inscribed monument and also 
headstones . 

Aaron Strong 2nd lived in the house of his father Asp-hel now 
(1897) occupied by Justus Frary in Rrary street. He was prominent 
as a citizen and died a large land owner and a man of substantial 
wealth. 

Hervey Strong, who never married, and Chester Strong 2nd went to 
Palmer, Mass. and durinjr 1848-52 built two brick blocks, the 
Nassowanno House, a brick hotel of 40 rooms , and a substantial 
residence. 



They were educated at Sheldon academy, Southampton, and Oheater 
was 2nd agent of the 'eetern R.R.; postmaster under the first Harrison; 
was deputy Sheriff ; engaged in mercantile & insurance business and 
was prominent both in the business and social affairs of Palmer <fc vicinity. 

Chester Hroag married 1844 Lucia S. Cook daughter of i lezur Cook £e§. of 

est Springfield, Mass. She was prominent in the social and educational 
affairs of the town, a lady of magnetic presence and greatly loved by the 
poor ( Reference is here made to the History of the town of Palmer ) 
She died at Palmer May 8 1888. 
Cheater 3trom=r and Lucia L;iizabeth(Cookptrong had a child, 

HOMER CHESTER 3TRQKG bcm Sept 5 1850. After leaving the public schools 

he was fitted for college at .Aonson and V.esleyan Academies and was 
graduated from the latter in 1869 and from Amherst Cellege in 1875, having 
in 1870 taught school ir Palmer. In 1875-6 was acting principal of the 

Brooks School , ''.eat Bedford. He studied law one year with Ton.G.L. 
Gardner of Palmer and two years at the law school of Harvard University. 
He has resided and practised law with offices and residence both at 
Springfield and Palmer; has contributed to various periodicals and 
engaged as a political speaker in different political campaigns; has 
generally been a delegate to the state and other political conventions, 
but has never accepted nomination to any office. He was a member of 

the school board at Palmer 1880-83. 

He was married at Thorndike, Palmer Jan 10 1883, by President 
Julius Seelye of Amherst College to Lizzie viaria Vilaon, born at 
Biddeford, 1*. Jan. 1860, and daughter of Cornelius r.ilson, agent of 
the ThomStike Kills, and 3arah( Emery j Wilson. 

They have one child, Grace Cook 3trong born at Springfield, Mass. 
Jan 26 1884. 
;.:r. Strong is also connected through his mother and maternal grandmother 
Garcia Ely Jennison Cook with the Kathaniel Sly branch of the Ely family 
and is a descendant of Elder John Strong of 1 ortharapton. 

In 1883 with ^rs. Lucia E. Strong, Xr« Strong built Strong's Block 
on uiain street, Palmer, and is now (1897) the second largest real estate 



owner of the town . 



The above was written in ink 
between the typewritten lines, 



* Dorchester Everett School, Boston, and principal of the 



NATHANIEL 5 SBARLB ( Nathaniel 4 , fcathaniel 3 , John 2 , John 1 ) 





of 


( Kathaniel Searle 


80T 


( i.'.ary Pomeroy 


b 




1748 - 


d 




1812 ae 64 - 


(1) ■ 




1775 - 




to 


id. Experience (Warner) loorais of 
dau. of ^ 








b 


- 




d 


- 




id 


. of 




m 


T e eon of ( 
( 
b 
d 


fathaniel ft Experience were known as Uncle i\et and Aunt Spid 


(2)m 




1800 - 




to 


id. Anna (Burt ) Poneroy of 
dau. of / 








b 


- 




d 


1801 ae 48 - 
Sid. of 

B 

He eon of ( 
( 
b 
d 


(3) m 




1802 - 




to 


Experience Bartlett of 
dau. of / 








b 


- 




d 


1836 ae 85 - 



They lived in Bedlam itreet. The homestead ie the one owned by Henry Searle. 

Children:- 

1 3ilaa Varner b 1776 in Pamelia Bliss of jpringfield 

2 Acheah b Oct 22 1778 d July 23 1863 ae 84 unm. 

3 Thaddeus b Oct 1782 m 1811 lydia Howe of est Springfield 

4 KathanielBurt b I-ov 11 1801 d July 31 1878 ae 76 at ^.Onondaga, N.Y. 

m Amelia Pomeroy Oct 10 1826 

1 Silas Varner Searle married 1804 Pamelia Bliss of Springfield. 
He learned the trade of boot and shoe making with Paul Chapman, and removed 
to Springfield where he married and died. He had 8 children;- 
1- Pamelia 2- Henry 3- Caroline 4- Harriet 5- iary 6- Ann 
7- Sarah 8- . l iliiaa 9- Silas Warner. 



HENRY 7 3EARLS ( 311aa I, 



Nathaniel 



5 4 3 



John 2 l ) 



_ ( Silas r.arner 3earle 
BOn of ( Pamelia Bliss 



(2) 



1808 - 



(1) a Dec 31 1852 - St. Albans, Vt. 
to Lodorah K. Robinson of 



dau. of 



d 1846 ae 31 - Rochester, s.Y. 
1847 - Rochester, N.Y. 

to Anna Pindal of 



dau. of 



Re was an architect of good repute. Is in the government eaploy in 



caahington D.C. 



Address- 204, let r H. S. 



Washington, D.C. 



Children:- 

by 1st wife 
1 Helen L. b 



2 Henry R. 

3 Edward P. 

4 Harriet 

5 William £ 



d 
Also 



1876 in Dusseldorph Prussia to 

J. William Patterson, also an artist. 

They have lived in Chicago, 111. 

Oct 22 1882 ae 46 in New York. 

An artistjlike the whole tribe. 



by 2d wife 

6 Allen Reynolds b 1855 

7 Charles Pobinson b 1859 



SILAS 7 WARNBR 3EARIE ( Silas I. , Nathaniel <r 3 , John 2 ) 



son of 



( Silas Varner Searle 

( Pamelia bliss 



b - Springfield, Mass. 

d 

m Jan 14 1850 - fcew Raven, Ct . by Rev. De Loss Love 
to Sarah Lucretia lewton of 

dau. of \ 
b 



Children;- 

1 Sarah Paraelia b Oct 6 1851 

2 ~imma Josephine b iAay 22 1860 a Oct 15 1884 at . ew Haven, Ot. 

to Frank G.3heldon of Southampton 
by Thomas R. Bacon 
Children ;- 

(1) Gelia Sheldon b June 14 1885 - Southampton 

(2) Sadie Lenora Sheldon b R«v 23 1686 in KM Haven, Ot. 



3 Charles i.ewton b Aug 27 1862 



THADDEU3 - SEARUS 


5 4 3 
( Nathaniel 


, John 2 \ ) 


of ( Nathaniel Searle 






"° n r ( 1st w 


'.id. 


Experience ('.'-arner) Loomis 


b Oct 1782 


_ 










d Mar 31 1859 


M 77 - 








m 1811 


- 










to Lydia Howe 
dau. of f 


of 1 


iolyoke. 


Mass. 












b 




_ 








d Mar 12 


1857 


"" 








Children;- 












1 Phoebe b 


Dec 


7 


1812 d 

■ 


Oct 


22 1885 ae 73 

Abel Phillips 


2 Theodore b 






1814 d 


Aug 


22 1861 ae 47 


3 lydia Earner b 


May 


19 


1819 d 




1820 


4 lydia A. b 


Jan 


3 


1822 






5 Mary Earner b 


Dec 


19 


1824 d 


Jan 


20 1840 ae 15 


6 Thaddeus . b 


Mar 


29 


1837 d 


Dec 


31 


7 Henry Thaddeua b 


Aug 


25 


1830 d 

■ 




1856 Helen J. Avery 


8 Ichabod Howe b 


Dec 


22 


1831 d 


Apr 


20 1893 








■ 


Dec 


8 1867 Jenny Darrene 


9 Edward rays on b 


Jan 


4 


1834 m 




id.. me line Baker 



Thaddeua Searle was a farmer, living in the north part of Bedlam 3t. 



7 Henry Thaddeu s Searle born Aug 25 1830; married 1656 to Helen J. 
Avery. Ke is a farmer in the north of Bedlam Street. 
They have 2 children as follows; 

(1) ^attie Bell Searle born Nov. 6 1858 

married 

(2) Arthur Henry dearie born iay 5 1860; married Dec. 31 1864 to 

Flora S. Swing, daughter of John B. Ewing. 



ICRABOD HOWE ? 3SARU3 ( Thaddeus 6 , 



„«„ 4> ( Thaddeus Searle 
son or ; , ,, ,, 

( lydia Howe 



b Dec 22 1831 - Southampton, Mass. 
d Apr 22 1893 ae 61 - Syracuse, R.Y. 
a Dec 8 1867 - Vesper, K.I. 
to Jennie Darrow of 

( Samuel Darrow, late of East Onondaga, K.Y. 



deu. of / 

( fcancy 



Children:- 

1 Irlaven J. b Apr 25 1869 

2 Mabel Barrow b July 12 1872 

3 Clifford Howe b Feb 15 1882 



Dr. Ichabod Howe Searle attended the district school in Bedlam or 
Ko. 4 during the summer and winter terms until he was ten years old, and 
the winter terms six or more years. Later he attended the Sheldon Academy 
in Southampton. Still later he attended school at illiston Seminary in 
Easthampton, completing a full course in latin. Since then taught school 
for several terms and studied medicine at the same time. 

Fe graduated in medicine at Castleton Medical College, Vermont, in 
1860, and joined the army as assistant surgeon in 1862. He was afterwards 
made full surgeon. as at the tent most of the time during his service. 
•as at Appomattox on the day the rebel flag was lowered. 

After his muster out he returned to Syracuse, where he ha9 since been 
engaged in the practice of medicine. 

"Dr. Ichabod lT . Searle, 61. of Syracuse, i.T. a native of Southampton, 
died at his home in Syracuse, Thursday, April 22 1893. Dr. Searle was a 
son of the late Thaddeus Searle, and graduated at 'illiston Seminary, after 
which he engaged in teaching and studied in Syracuse, (medicine). Later 
he took a medical course in Castleton, Vt. and there completed the education 
which he had gained through his efforts. After practicing medicine in 
Syracuse for a fen years he enlisted in the war, serving until its close. 
Dr. Searle had gained a large and lucrative practice, and was one of the 
leading physicians of Syracuse. Besides a wife, son and two daughters, 
one of whom is in Smith CAllege, he leavs two brothers and a sister, £. P. 
Searle of "'estfield, H. T. Searle and Miss Lydia A. Searle of Southampton." 



Pea. RATEaNIBL BURT 6 SEAR US ( Nathaniel 6 4 3 , John 2 * ) 

son of ' Nathaniel Searle 

( 2d w. fid. Anna (Burt) Pomeroy 

b *ov 11 1801 - 

d July 31 1878 ae 76y - East Onondaga, B.X. 

ia Oct 10 1826 - 

to Amelia Pomeroy of 

^»,. ~*> ( Samuel Pomeroy 
dau * of ( Dorcas Burt 
b 
d 



He was a wealthy farmer in Otiseo, K.Y. and afterwards remobed to 
East Onondaga, /. .Y. where he died. 



Children:- 

1 Nancy Amelia b Aug 28 1827 d 

(1) m Horace Avery 

(2) m Gad C. Dibble 

2 Samuel Burt b Oct 7 1830 d 

m Lamina Darrow 





Children;- 




(1) itinna Gearle 




(2) Grace Darrow Searle 




(3) Robert F. Searle 


3 Ann Eliza 


b Dec 3 1834 


4 Sarah Jane 


b r.iar 24 1840 



E LIS HA SEARIE 



( E lis ha , John , John , John ) 



son 


-I 


Flisha Searle.'Capt 1 . 
Rebecca Danks 






b 




_ 






d 


to 
b 


1812 

Thankful 1 Danks of 
dau. of / 






(!)■ 


d 
to 

b 
d 
3he 


f 
dau. of t 

was widow of 
m 

r 

son of ;' 

b 

d 






(3)m 


to 

b 
d 


Wid 

( 
dau. of } 


Pairchilds 


of 



3he was widow of 



son of 



He settled in Easthampton, Mass. 



Children 


:_ 






1 




b 




2 


Rebecca 


b 


1772 d 

m 


3 




b 




4 




b 




5 


Thankful 1 


b Mar 


20 1777 d 

m 


6 


Rosannah 


b 




7 


Naomi 


b 




8 


Elisha 


b 




9 


Nathan 


b 




10 


Rachel 


b 




11 


Cynthia 


b 




12 


a child 


b 




13 


Samuel 


b 





Aug 19 1844 ae 72 

1797 Abner Bartlett of Southampton 



18 1861 ae 84 

Isaac 3. Taylor of So.Hadley 



( see next page for the children ) 



J09IAH 6 3 "!AR IE ( Elijah 5 , Joei 

. ( Slijah Searle 
aon of j Thankful Aua tin 

b July 6 1792 - 

d June 5 1828 ae 35 - 

m Jan 28 1818 - 

to Aurora Spring of 

dau of ^ Thoma8 Spring 

( Jerusha Pomeroy 



They settled in Gran by, Conn. 



Children;- She diedAug 27 1840 AE 21 

1 Emmaline T b Dec 8 1818 m Oct 9 1839 to Chauncey Traak. (Settled in 

He was b May 8 1814, aon of Jesse i'raek and (Deerfield 
Eunice 3ates. Emmaline died Aug. 27 1840 ae 21, 
and he ■ 2d. Harriet Hastings dau. of Samuel. 

Child;- Emmaline T. Trask m. June 1860 Luther Eno. 

Their children;- ( ENO ) 

1 Iness b Jan 22 1862 d Sept 26 1862 

2 Wilfred L. b Nov 1 1864 m Lizzie Smith 

settled in Boston 

3 Edward E. b Mar 10 1867 
4fl D b Apr 13 1873 
5 i&rnest b Jan 17 1875 

2 Caroline A b Mar 2 1826 in Granby, Conn. 

m iiiay 22 1844 to Joseph Arnold Jr. of -estfield 
Ohildren;- ( ARNOLD ) 

1 Frederick M. b Oct 15 1846 ■ Liar 3 1875 to 

Mary A. 31ood of Putney, Vt; settled in 
Southwick; had 2 children;- (ARNOLD) 

1- Charles a. b Sept 10 1879 

2- Annie Louisa b Oct 8 1883 

Mr. Joseph Arnold died arid Caroline A. married 

2d. Dec 27 1850 to William Stephens, and settled in 

Southwick 

5 Children;- ( STEPHENS ) 

2 Nelson '.V. b Jan 24 1852, m. ^aria R, Carver of 

Dummersten, Vt. 
Children;- (STEPHENS) 

1- Iena Mabel b Aug 4 1878 

2- Carrie Maria b Nov 12 1879 

3 Florence E. b m. Jan 15 1882 

(to George E. Potter, was 

4 Alberta b (living in Westfield 1888) 



ELIJAH 5 3EARLE ( Josiah 4 , Nathaniel , John 2 , John 1 ) 

( Josiah Searle 
son or ^ Elizabeth Bartlett 



1765 - Southampton 

1785 - 
to Thankful Austin of 

( 'Landlord* Austin of Suffield, Conn. 

dau. of / 

b 
d 



Children;- 

1 Experience 



2 Solomon 



b Jan 16 1788 ■ 



3 James 


b &, d an infant 


4 Josiah 


b July 6 1792 m 


5 Sophia 


b 1795 m 



Heman Sackett of estiield 

4 children. 
Maria Ann Vaughn 
They removed to Richmond, Virginia 

8 children He died 1850 

Jan 29 1818 Aurora Spring 

1820 John Hull a whip maker 
in estfield, Mass. 2 children, 



RACHEL ° 3SARIJE ( Joeiah , Nathaniel , John , John* ) 

. _ ( Joaiah 3earle 

aau. or ^ sli2abeth 3artlott 

b May 19 1760 - Southampton 
d 1830 ae 70 - 

m 1780 - 

to Asahel Wright of Northampton 

eon of / 

b 

d 1833 - 

They lived in Northampton and Hadley 

Children:- ( WRIGHT ) 

1 Anna b 1791 m Feb 24 1812 Dea. ibenezer 3. Phelpe 

of Northampton 



1868 



Deac. Ebenezer removed to Illinois in 1831 

2 Cheater b 1794 

3 Aneel b Oct 29 1797 m Elizabeth Bolyn 
He was generally known aa "old aheriff Ansel Wright" 



1 


Epaphrus Hinsdale 


b 


Dec 31 1812 


2 


Charles Cheater 


b 


Oct 24 1814 






d 


at Springfield 


3 


Ubenezer Strong 


b 


Oct 15 1817 


4 


James Richard 


1 


Dec 23 1819 


5 


Mary Ann 


b 


abt 1821 


6 


Susan Adelia 


b 


ebt 1823 


7 


Lucinda Aright 


b 


1826 



Children;- ( WRIGHT 


) 


1 


George P. 


b 


2 


Elizabeth 


b 


3 


Chauncey 


b 


4 


Ansel Jr. 


b 


5 


naahel 


■ 





Frederick C. 


b 


7 


Asahel 2 


b 


8 


Harriet 


b 


9 


Henry 


b 



AURORA ° SEARI£ 



( David , Josiah 4 , 



Nathaniel 3 , John 2 , John 1 ) 



( David 3earle 
dau. or ( Eloanor ^ odard 



Jan 31 1788 - Mansfield, Ct. 



Aug 



1809 



by Parson, 7.'illiaras 



to rlnoB Wright of Northampton 



son of 



b Jan 
d 



15 1784 - 



Children; 
1 
2 
3 
4 



a eon 
a dau. 
Enos 
Samuel 



Enos 
a dau. 
Julia 



Nancy 
Enos 



.'RIGHT 
b 



died in infancy 

died in infancy 

died 

married and had 5 sons & 2 daus. all 

married but one. 
He died in Denmark, Iowa, 
died 

still born 

m Oct 12 1844 A. V. Thompson ©» 
3*>eapk4»» of Denmark, Iowa. 
Children:- (THOMPSON ) 

1 Shepard b Jan 4 1846 d May 21 1851 
b Jan 26 1853 
d in Washington, D.C. 
d Mar 1888 
m Oct 23 1849 



July 25 1814 
Apr 10 1812 



July 26 1815 
Sept 14 1816 
i!ar 18 1820 



2 
Nov 

June 



Frances 

20 1823 

8 1826 



10 Eleanor b Aug 28 1829 



Anna Phelps of Northampton 
She b Mar 13 1829 

m Mr Reach 

He died i&ct o^HCI 

She resides in Washington, D.C. 



DAVID 5 SEA RLE ( Josiah 4 , Nathaniel 3 , John 2 , John 1 ) 
( Josaah Searle 
( Elizabeth Bartlett 



son of 



b May 16 1755 - Southampton, /'ass. 

d 

a 1786 - 

to Eleanor tfoodard of Northampton 

dau. of / 

b Nov 14 1764 - 

d Aug 17 1845 ae 61- 



Children:- 

1 Awrora b Jan 31 1788 - Mansfield, Ct. 

m Aug 1809 - by Parson /.llliame 

to Enos Wright of Northampton b Jan 15 1784 

2 Florilla b 3ept 8 1790 

m Feb 7 1811 

to Timothy Phelps Shepard of Northampton. He was 
b July 3 1787 and d June 29 1839 ae 52. He 
was a jeweller and goldsmith, and removed from 
Northampton to Lowville, I ,Y. 

Children:- ( 3HEPARD ) 



1 Eleanor . b 

2 TimothT b 


Mar 


23 1613 


living in 1887 


Apr 


11 1815 


d Nov 28 1843 


3 Anna b 


May 


8 1817 


d July 1 1829 ae 12 


4 Auroa b 


Dec 


19 1819 


d July 10 1841 ae 22 


5 Mary b 


Feb 


21 1825 




6 John b 


June 


13 1826 





David joined the ar of the Revolution; went to few York; was 
administrator of his father's estate; graduated at Dartmouth College in 
1784. 



Pea. PHILIP 5 SEARLS ( Eliphaz 4 , Nathaniel 3 , John 2 , John 1 ) 



ann - ( Eliphaz Searle 
son or ) ,...,_ 

( Abigail Pomeroy 

b Sept 27 1767 - Southampton, Mass. 
d June 6 1852 - Bridport, Vt. 

(1) m Jan 1790 - 

to Lydia Curtis of 

dau. of / 

b 

i Aug 2 1798 - 

(2) m Feb 14 1799 - 

to Mercy Brooks of 

dau. of r 
b 1773 - 
d Eov 16 1808 - 

(3) m May 4 1809 - 

to Louisa Clark of 

dau. of ) 

b 1776 - 

d Apr 22 1841 - 



Children:- 

1 Peninah b June 29 1794 d July 3 1838 iiarcellus, K.Y. where 

they lived, 
m Jan 24 1815 Eel Barboum 

2 Lydia b Apr 8 1800 d Aug 29 1852 



Dec 21 1820 James Barboun 



3 Gordon, Dea.b Oct 10 1802 



m Mar 18 1831 L5aria Sldridge 
She died Oct 13 1867. He was a 
merchant in his native place. 

4 Eveline b Jan 7 1804 d June 21 1842 

m July 1824 Nathaniel Allis 

They lived in Addison, Vt. 

5 Pomeroy b ££ay 24 1806 killed by the cars in Syracuse, H.Y. 

6 Almira b Aug 3 1810 d 1844 

m Or in Field 

They lived in Cornwall, Vt. 

7 Irene b Dec 8 1812 d Oct 21 1878 

m Amaea Williams 

8 Philip 6. b Hov 13 1815 d Mar 1 1861 

m Oct 17 1841 Mary Ann Kitchell 



The family removed to Bridport, Vt. about 1814, where he died June 6 1852. 



Peninah has a daughter, Evelyn L. Barboun whose address is Bridport, 
Addison, Co. Vermont, or 470 Pine St. S'illiamsport, Penn. She has a 

cousin, Charles Barboun, in Alamo, Michigan. 



ENOCH POM5ROT 7 3EARIE ( barren 6 , Enoch 5 , Eliphaz 4 , Nathaniel 3 , John 2 * ) 



son of 



( Barren Searle 
( Mary Cochran 



b Feb 6 1835 - Shalersville, Portage Co. Ohio 

d 

a Apr 20 1868 - 

to Elizabeth Almira Gay lord of 

dau. of < *^ ron Ga yio rd 

( Malinda Hubbard 
b 
d 



d Mar 28 1892 



m: 


— 




1 


Or in 


b 


2 


Sullivan 


B 


3 


Joseph 


b 


4 


John 


b 


5 




b 


6 




b 



Enoch moved with his parents to Plymouth Illinois in August 1836. 
He was educated at Knox College, Caleeburg, Illinois. He went to California 
In 1859 and returned in 1867. They moved to Carthage, Gasper Co. Missouri, 
where he entered into the real estate and insurance business. He was a 
deacon in the Congregational church for many years, and a prominent Sunday 
School worker. Re organized the Jasper County Sunday School association; 
was elected president of the whole eleventh district. Hemoved with his wife 
Oct 22 1885 to Chattanooga, Tennessee, there he now resides (1888). 

He was present at the Searle reunion in Southampton, Mass. in company 
Lusaen B. Searle of Chattanooga, and Dr. William Searle of Auburn, New York, 
Oct 12 1887. He was one of the principal speakers on that happy occasion. 



J03TU3 5 3EARLB ( Eliphaz 4 , Nathaniel 3 , John 2 , John 1 ) 

son of < fJJP haz l e * Tle 
( Abigail Pomeroy 



b 1752 - 

d 1824 AE 72 - 

m 1776 - 

to Lydia Parks of 
dau of ( 



1812 AE 57 - 



Children:- 

1 Tamar 



1778 d 1858 ae 75 

m 1805 Rosannah Bates dau. of 

Lemuel Bates & Lucy ait; she was 
sister of l)eac. Salter Bates who m. 
Submit Pomeroy. 

His wife Rosannah died 1857 ae 75 

Ho children 



3 Russell b 

4 Russell b 



1798 died soon 
1802 died 1802 



His homestead was the one owned by his father Eliphaz, house west of Moose 
Brook, now ( ) owned by Deacon Timothy Pomeroy Bates. 



5 
dau. of 



LYDIA SEARLE ( Nathaniel 4 , Nathaniel 3 , John 2 , John 1 ) 
( Nathaniel Searle 
( Mary Pomeroy 



b 1754 - 

d Aug 3 1816 ae 63 - 
(1) m 1777 - 

to Ezekiel 7/ood Jr. of Sastheaipton, v'aos. 



son of 



He vaa killed by his 
neighbor, Samuel Coleman, when hunting 
for deer. 



(2) m 1782 - 

to William Baldwin of 
son of ( 



1824 ae 80 - 



Children: 



(Baldwin) 



1 Sally b 1785 d <\ov 29 1825 ae 66 una. 

2 lydia b 1787 d 

a 1826 Ichabod Howe of T "olyoke 

3 Ezekiel b 1790 d Oct 7 1877 ae 87 

(1) ta 1822 Dinah <3ears of Ashfield,aass. 

ahe d. Mar 24 1867 ae 72 

(2) m Feb 27 1868 Eliza Seymour 
3 Children;- 

(1) lydia Rebecca Baldwin b 1826 

m 1849 Dea. David B. Phelps of Ivorthampton 

3on of Julius Fhelps 
She died Oct 25 1872 ae 46. 

(2) Mercy Amelia Baldwin b 1828 

d Feb 18 1832 ae 4y. 

(3) William Ezekiel Baldwin b. 1836 

d Feb 26 1838 



(1) lydia Rebecca Baldwin, dau. of Ezekiel Baldwin and 1st wife Dinah 
Bears was born 1826 at and married 1849 
at to Deacon David 3. Phelps of horthaapton. He was a good 
man, and a brave soldier in the late war ( ) . Be returned home, 
having lived out his temperance principals to the last. An early abolit- 
ionist of the radical sort. He died Jan. 14 1884 aged 58. =he died 
Oct. 25 1872 aged 46. 
1- 'illiam b Aug 



2- Julius E, 

3- Henry L. 

4- ary 



They had 4 children;- (PJ 
26 1850; 

24 1853; 
1 1854; 



b Apr 
b Aug 
b June 21 1856 



m Louisa E. I. Live in 111. 

She d Jan 4 1890. 
m Jan 21 1878 to Julia D. Williamson 
m Apr 2 1878 to Helen L. Korton 
She is a teacher in Chicago, 111. 



Children of Elieha dearie (1744-1812) 

1 Rebecca 3earle born 1772; married 1797 Abner Bartlett of Southampton; 

died August 19 1844 age 72. 

2 ThankfuU born Kerch 20 1777; married Isaac 3. Taylor of South Badley. 

They had 2 eone and 1 daughter, Lovisa D. raylor born 1812; married 
illiam D. Smith of Had ley. 

They have a eon, Henry D. Smith. 
Thankful above was brought up ay, her Uncle's Joshua Danke. 
She died arch ie 1861 age 84. 

3 Roeannah dearie a child by his second wife. 

4 Cynthia 'eerie bom 1788; by hie second wife, married illiam 3 lack of 

ksrcfch Beet Farms (Northampton. 

5 Sally dearie 

6 HmmJ "'earle 

7 Nathan Searle settled in orthington, ass. went to HMtoi, icfc. 

8 Elieha "earle Jr. 

Elisha's second wife s*as ^idov? Pairchilds an estimable lady, by 
whoa he had 2 children. 

9 Elieha, born 1798, v»e have no traee of him, and 

10 Samuel, bom in 1800, father of Rev. "illiaa Searle L.D. who is etill 

living in uburn, I .Y. as will be seen father on.