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His Ancestry and Descendants
Compiled by John E. Morri s
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The name of Lincoln, variously spelled, was a common one
in Hingham, Norfolk County, England, for many years before
the settlement of America, and it is quite probable that the
settlers of that name in Hingham, on the Massachusetts Bay,
were from that town.
There were eight mature male persons bearing the name of
Lincoln who were early found in Hingham, Mass. Daniel Lin-
coln, who died unmarried, April 3, 1640, and his brothers Sam-
uel Lincoln, and Thomas Lincoln the weaver, Daniel Lincoln
the sergeant, Stephen Lincoln and his brother Thomas Lincoln
the husbandman, Thomas Lincoln the cooper, and Thomas
Lincoln the miller. All of these, with the exception of the first
mentioned Daniel, and Thomas the weaver, left families, and
from these Hingham Lincolns have descended nearly all who
now bear the name.
The object of this work, primarily, is to record conveniently
the descendants of Stephen Lincoln of Oakham, Mass. [he be-
ing a descendant of Thomas Lincoln the miller], all being
within easy lines of consanguinity, the most remote being
cousins in the third degree. And, secondarily, as a matter of
general interest, to record the ancestry of Stephen Lincoln, so
far as the various lines can be followed; and it is a pleasing cir-
cumstance to note, that in tracing back four generations from
Stephen, there are but two unknown family names, these being
the wives of Richard Stacey and William Robinson. Of the
generation immediately preceding these, many are English
people who remained upon their native soil, and of whom it
is difficult to learn.
No genealogy of the Lincoln family is designed, this effort
being nothing more than a contribution to such a work should
one ever be attempted. It has been made brief in its text, but
4 LINCOLN GENEALOGY.
as full in its facts as circumstances have allowed, and it is
hoped that it contains but few errors or blunders.
The compiler has made use of all material that has come in
his way, taking freely from the text of published works, and
desires to acknowledge his indebtedness to their authors.
Public records have served to supply very much of the earlier
history and the kindness of friends has made possible the later
portions. To all of these the compiler tenders his acknowl-
The work is divided for convenience into two parts. The
first contains the record of the ancestry of Stephen Lincoln, and
the second relates to Stephen and his descendants. Owing to
difficulty in arranging the two parts symmetrically by reason of
their diverse character, two indexes have been prepared, that
to part first referring \.o pages, while that to part second refers
to numbers, all the names in this portion being consecutively
THE ANCESTRY OF STEPHEN LINCOLN.
A star (*) prefixed to a name signifies that the person's number and family
occur in the succeeding generation, the number being in the center of the line
directly over the family record.
Thomas Lincoln was born in England about 1603. He
came to New England in 1635, and settled in Hingham on the
Massachusetts Bay, and July 3, 1636, had a house-lot of five
acres granted him on what is now South street, near Main.
Other lots were also assigned him for planting purposes. Be-
fore 1650 he removed with his family to Taunton, and estab-
lished a grist-mill upon a little stream now called Mill River,
at a point now nearly in the heart of the city, near the street
leading from the railway station to the City Square. Tradi-
tion says that in this mill King Philip and his chiefs met with
the pioneers of the town for a peaceful conference. Mr. Lincoln
was probably brought up to the miller's trade, and continued in
this business during his residence in Taunton. He was com-
monly known as Thomas, "the miller," as a distinguishing title
from the several other Thomas Lincolns of Hingham, who
were also known by the titles of their avocations.
Not much of fact in the lives of the early settlers of this
country can be learned after the lapse of nearly three cen-
turies, but such items as have been preserved are worthy of
record, though not of themselves possessing much importance.
Among such items relating to Thomas Lincoln is one preserved
in the quaint records of the Plymouth Colony, informing us of
his service as a member of a jury, convened to inquire into the
5 LINCOLN GENEALOGY.
facts of the death of a young man named Thomas Cooke, given
in this wise:
" Tho Cooke aged about twenty yeares, late of Ipswidge, trauelling towards
Equednett, accompanied with a youth about Twelue yeares of age, both of them
lodging att the ordenary att Taunton the 2cond day of May, 1650. and vppon
the loth day of the said month the body of the aforsaid Tho Cooke was found
dead in the riuer of Taunton about six miles from the towne. Whervppon a
jury of twelue men was empannelled t o inquire how and by what meanes hee
came by yt vntimly death." " The eleuenth day of May the jury brought in
theire verdict, yt the youth by the aduise of the said Tho Cooke, did take a
cannowe without the knowlidge of the owner thereof, and making hast away
lest hee should bee pursewed, did stand in the end of the canoowe to paddle it
away, and did fall into the riuer and so by yt accident was drowned and came to
Other quaint records of jury duty might be quoted, but one
will sufifice. June 4, 1650, Thomas Lincoln was appointed one
of the " survayors of Hiewayes " for Taunton. The land
records of Bristol County show many evidences of title to es-
tates possessed by Thomas Lincoln, and he is reputed to have
been the largest land owner in the Town of Taunton in his
time. He was a man of substance. We learn of him in con-
nection with a very interesting industry early established in
that new country. Iron ore had early been discovered to be
abundant in the flats bordering on Two Mile River and other
localities in Taunton, and in October, 1652, steps were taken to
establish the first iron works in the Old Colony in Taunton,
and leading citizens of the town, interested in the enterprise,
formed a stock company. Among " the names of those who hath
put themselves to be proprietors in the Bloomerie," were Thomas
Lincoln, Sen., Richard Williams, Richard Stacey, and George
Watson, all ancestors of Stephen Lincoln of Oakham.
The building of a dam across Two Mile River, preparing the
timber for the necessary buildings, obtaining from abroad the
hammers and heavy machinery and tools required for the man-
ufacture of bar-iron, occupied a long time before the works
could be put in practical operation, but this was finally accom-
plished in 1656, In 1660 the works were leased to George
Hall, Hezekiah Hoar, and Francis Smith, "to whom full liberty
was given that they might take into this contract with them-
selves, whom they liked of." They took into the partnership,
among others, Thomas Lincoln, Sen., and Jonah Austin, Sen.
PART FIRST. 7
(another ancestor of Stephen Lincoln). These works thus
early established, remained in operation until 1883, when the
old buildings were demolished and the dam and foundation
walls alone remained of the ancient Taunton Iron Works of
two and a quarter centuries, the oldest successful iron manu-
factory in New England. A fact worth noticing in connection
with this industry relates to the use of the iron manufactured
at these works, as currency. The pioneer settlers were greatly
embarrassed in their business transactions by the scarcity of
money. They had very little specie, there were no banks, no
Bank of England notes were in circulation, and so resort was
made to the bar-iron made at the Taunton works as a "circu-
lating medium of exchange," at about twenty shillings per hun-
dred. It entered largely into the transactions of business, and,
as iron was as much in demand in Dorchester and Boston as in
Taunton, these works, of which Thomas Lincoln was a proprie-
tor, proved in more ways than one a blessing to the people.
Thomas Lincoln brought with him to this country, probably,
two or three children. Of the identity of his wife there is no
trace, but he married for a second wife, Elizabeth Streete, Dec.
10, 1665. She was the widow of Francis Streete, by whom she
had one child, a daughter, Mary.
The will of Thomas Lincoln was made August 28, 1683, when
he was about eighty years of age, and was proved at Plymouth,
March 5, 1683-4. He left an estate valued at ^205: 8.
Here follows the will and inventory of his estate :
THE WILL OF THOMAS LINCOLN.
(From Plymouth Colony Record. Wills, Vol. 4, p. 57.)
This twentie & Eight day of August in ye year of or Lord one thousand six
hundred eightie & three, I Thomas Linckon Senir, being eighty years or there-
abouts, of Taunton in Plymouth pattent. being of perfect understanding blessed
be god for it doe make this my last Will & testament as followeth.
Imprimis. I give and bequeathe unto my loving wife Elizabeth, ye use of my
house & orchard on which my house now standeth, and also my pasture ioyning
to Mr. Poole's land, also part of my mouvables in my house, not to sell nor dis-
pose of any thing of my mouvables but to have ye use of them, & one Cow & one
bed, all these fore named mentioned. It is to be understood that in case my
wife should marry then my bed and all my mouvables, house orr land & pasture
to return to my children, but if she remaine a widow then to enioy ye use of all
above mentioned during her life & at her decease to return all to my children
only ye cow to my wife forever. And I have given to my Eldest on Thomas,
my great lott at Hingham & thirty acres over three mile River, and also twenty
& two acres at a place ye twenty acre division, and six acres of land lying
on ye west side of ye mill river, & have given to my son John Linckon, thirtie
acres of land which my son John now Inhabitts & dwelleth on & six acres
more ioyning to it ; and half my meadow on this side Skaddens river so called,
& half my right of lands not yet devided, & half my right in ye north purchase
so called: & have given to my son Samuel Linckon, thirty acres of land on which
my son now dwelleth, & half my meado and ye south side of Skaddens River &
half my undevided lands thereat, and my north purchase & all my right in ye
south purchase ; and my mill to be devided betwixt my son John Linckon and
my son Samuel Linckon, and to let my loving wife have duly paid to her fifteen
bushells of good corne every year as long as she remains a widdow. And I have
given to my daughter Mary, Twenty acres of land, and after my loving wife is
deceased that I doe give and bequeath to my daughter Mary, my orchard & lit-
tle Hand lying on ye south side of ye high way that cometh to mill & also my
pasture ioyning to ye land of Mr John Toole after my wife is deceased, & my
other orchard to my daughter Sarah's son Thomas; and as for my house & ye land
it standith upon to remaine to my sons & theirs forever after my wifes decease ;
and for my son in law Joseph Willis I have given him three acres of land be it
more or less and also ye part of my house that he now dwelleth in & ye part of
meadow on ye north side Skaddens river after my decease. And it is my will
that my loving wife & my son Samuel should be the Executors to this my last
will. I doe give & bequeathe to my son John Linckon, six acres of land be it
more or less lying & being betwixt ye land of (blank) Wiatte, and ye house &
the land of Georg Maldy on ye south, to him and his heirs forever. I give to
my two sons John Linckon & Samuel Linkon, five acres a peece of my last di-
vision and I give & bequeathe to William Hack twenty acres of land of my last
division that is to lay out. And I give to my loving wife ye Indian boy & my
Indian girle, & give to Mr. Georg Shawe one heifer that is at my son Thomas
Linckon, and I give to my loving wife one heifer & it is a browne one & it is
about two years old. & I give to my daughter Sarah one browne cow after my
decease. I give my great brass Kittle to my son Samuel Linckon, and I give to
my son John Linckon my great brass pott, and I give to my daughter Mary my
great brass pan, & I give my two small brass pans to my daughter Sarah. And I
give. to my loving wife one bed & all belongste to it during her widowhood & then
to returne to my son Samuell Linckon, and it is my will that my executors
should pay all debts due from me & take up all yt is due to me from all men. I
give one white cow to Mary Street.
Witness. The mark of
Joseph Wilborne. Thomas X linckon.
We Joseph Wilborne & John Deane do testifie & saye & each for himselfe
saith yt we were present & saw Thomas Linckon late of Taunton, deceased,
signe this paper now ye to ye court & heard him declare it to be his last
Will & testament according to ye understanding, & yt he was of sound under-
standing & memory when he so did & we sett our hands as witnesses to it, and
Joseph Wilbone further saith yt he heard ye said Linckon verbally declare what
is therein written before it was written and at ye time of sd writing sd papers.
& John Deane testifieth yt he heard sd llinkoln by words declare ye substance
of what is contayned in sd paper or will at ye before sd time of signing of it ;
Joseph Wilbone, John Deane, their oaths taken in court held at Plymouth ye
fifth of March 1683,
An Inventory of ye estate of Thomas Lincon grand SenzV deceased, of Tan-
ton in ye Colony of New Plymouth, taken by us whose names are underwritten,
this 14 October 16S3.
In silver money ....
his wearing clothes ....
A feather bed & ye furniture, with ye bed sheets
Another old little bed with that which belong to it,
A brass pan
Two little brass pans .
A brass Kittle
tow small brass Kettles
A Iron pott
A warming pan & a frying pan
[Iron, pewter, & copper ware, and household stuff, amounting,]
five cowes at fifty shillings ye cow 4 of them, one at forty,
A heifer & a Calfe ......
One heifer at Thomas Lincons Sen/r ....
fower swine .......
Two young Indians, a boy & a girle, ....
The dwelling house & ye barns & ye orchard joyning to it .
with ye land without ye same then about ye said orchard
the flume so called withe ye little orchard by ye dwelling house
southward of ye dwelling house ....
the pasture containing three acres by estimation
the rights in ye south purchase ....
the rights in the north purchase so called
the division of land westward of Tanton being twenty two
acres of upland and meadowish land . . . 8. 00. o
A parcell of meadow land at ye meadow called Skaddins meadow 6. 00. o
Thirty acres of land due to him on ye last division of land
made by ye Towne of Tanton ....
the right of ye Towne in ye undivided land of ye
The corne mill with such things belonging to it
a flax combe .......
12. GO. O
On ye oath of Elizabeth
Lincon taken in ye Court
The whole sum
205. 08. o
CHILDREN OF THOMAS LINCOLN, THE MILLER.
I. John, b. ; "History of Hingham " says: "John Lincoln,
born probably in England, removed from Hingham with his
parents, and became a resident of Taunton. The christian name
of his wife was Edith." He left no will. Their children born in
Taunton were :
i. John, b. Oct. ii, 1665.
ii. Thomas, b. Sept. 15, 1667; m. Esther Smith, daughter
of Samuel. She was born Jan. 6, 1671.
iii. Mary, b. 1679; m. Nathaniel Shove, son of George and
Hopestill (Newman) Shove. He was b. Jan. 29, 1668.
iv. Daniel, b. 1685 ; m. Abigail Nichols; (2d), Mrs. Hannah
V. JosiAH, b. ; m. Jane .
II. Thomas, bap. in Hingham, Feb., 1637-8.
III. Samuel, bap. in Hingham, Feb., 1637-8. With his father, he re-
moved to Taunton, and became a resident of that place. He m.
Jane . He left no will. His children, probably b. in Taun-
ton, were :
i. Samuel, b. June i, 1664; d. May 10, 1738, aged 75.
ii. Hannah, b. March 24, 1666. She m. Daniel Owen of
Braintree. His will was dated Feb. 13, 1732, and
proved April 7, 1735 (Bristol Probate, viii, 212). He
names wife Sarah (perhaps a second wife) and children
— Daniel, William, Ephraim, Joseph, Nathan, Seth,
Mehitabel, and Elizabeth White,
iii. Tamson, b. Oct. 27, 1667 ; m. April 20, 1692, Jonah
Austin, Jr. He was b. Aug. 17, 1667. His will was
dated Feb. 5, 1745, and proved March 12, 1755 (Bris-
tol Probate, xiv, 307). He names wife Tamson and
children Jonah, John, Ebenezer, Zechariah, Jacob, Wil-
liam, and William, George, and Jonathan, children of
his daughter Sarah Knapp, deceased,
iv. Elizabeth, b. April 24, 1669; m. Oct. 13, 1693, Wil-
liam Briggs, son of Richard and Rebecca (Hoskins)
Briggs. He was b. Nov. 21, 1663, and d. April 21,
1725, aged 62 years. He was a cooper. His will was
made April igth, and proved June 14, 1725 (Bristol
Probate, v, 117). He names wife Elizabeth and "my
two eldest sons, William and Isaac," Noah (youngest
son), and daughter Elizabeth (not then 18). His son
William " to have as many apples out of my orchard if
it Bares apples Plentifully as it haith done some years
past, as to make Two Barrills of Cyder annually Dure-
ing ye space of seven years."
Elizabeth, the wife of William Briggs, d. Nov. 27, 1729,
aged 59 years, and was buried at " Neck o' Land."
PART FIRST. II
V. Ebenezer, b. Oct. 15, 1673.
vi. Rachael, b. Sept. 16, 1677; m. Jan. 20, \to,b-i, Thomas
vii. John, b. Sept. 15, 1679.
viii. Thomas, b. Sept. — , 1683.
ix. Daniel, b. 1685; m. Susannah . He died Oct. 11,
1768. She died Nov. 6, 1761.
Mary, bap. in Hingham, Oct. 6, 1642. She m. William Hack, who
went in 1664 to England to settle his affairs there, intending to re-
turn the following summer, but he never came back. In June,
1667, his wife, having had no intelligence of him, applied to the
court at Plymouth, "producing divers testimonies to make it
manifest to the Court that William Hacke, her husband, is dead,"
and obtained letters of administration on his estate, which con-
sisted of personal property appraised at £'i'i : 8 : 6, and a dwelling-
house and nine acres of land. She married (2d) Richard Stevens.
Her children were :
i. William Hack, b. Nov. 15, 1663.
ii. Richard Stevens, b. March 20, 1667 or 8.
iii. Nicholas Stevens, b. Feb. 23, 1669.
iv. Mary Stevens, b. June 8, 1672.
V. Thomas Stevens, b. Feb. 3, 1674.
vi. Tamsin Stevens, b. July 3, 1677.
vii. Nathaniel Stevens, b. July 30, 1680.
Sarah, bap. in Hingham in Dec, 1645. She m. Joseph Willis of
Taunton, a proprietor from 1668 to 1684. He was the son of
John and Elizabeth (Hodgkins-Palmer, widow of William,) Willis.
He removed to Scituate. He died Jan. 31, 1704-5, aged 60 years,
and was buried at "Neck o' Land." The inventory of his estate
disclosed property valued at ;^2S8 : 3:7 (Bristol Probate, ii, 131).
July 2, 1705, his widow petitioned that administration be granted
his eldest son, Joseph Willis of Taunton. His children, so far as
we know :
i. Joseph, b. .
ii. Thomas, b. .
Thomas Lincoln, Jr. (distinguished in the records by the
title of grand senior), was born, probably in England, and was
baptized in Hingham in Feb. 1637-8, by Rev. Peter Hobart.
He early became a resident of Taunton. He married Mary,
daughter of Jonah and Constance Austin. He was a husband-
man. Oct. ii, 1662, in consideration of 40 shillings he sold to
Daniel Gushing of Hingham " all my great lot containing
16 acres, lately given me by Thomas Lincklon my father, lying
in the township of Hingham on the Great Plaine, and was
given by the inhabitants of Hingham unto the said Thomas
Linkon my father " — (Suffolk Deeds, iv, 65.) We do not know
much of the life of this Thomas Lincoln, but the Plymouth Gol-
ony Record (iv, 90) discloses an item of interest as follows. At
a court held at Plymouth, March 7, 1664-5, "Thomas Lin-
korne Senir for breaking the Kings peace, was fined 3s. 4d."
What his particular offense was is not intimated, but in those
early days it was an easy matter for the best citizens to break
the " Kings peace " with very little effort.
Thomas Lincoln died, probably, not far from 1694, for early
in that year he distributed his property to his surviving chil-
dren, reserving a life maintenance, as evidenced by the follow-
ing deeds: It will be observed that he mentions his " present
wife," but whether he refers to Mary Austin, or a second wife,
we have no knowledge.
" Know all Men by these presents, that I, Thomas Lincon Grand Senr
of Taunton in ye County of BristoU within the Province of the Massachusett
Bay in New England, out of the Dear Love & affection which I Bear unto my
son Thomas lyincon Senr of said Taunton, Have given" &c., "unto him my
said son Thomas Lincon, that part of my ffarme on which the old Dweling
House of my said Son Thomas Lincon formely stood. Running from said old
House to William Briggs his fence according to ye Bounds allready sett out to
him. Allso a piece of meadow Lyeing on the westward side of three IMile
River, called New Meadow, with the land Granted to lye there, as may appear
by the Town Grant. Allso two and Twenty acres of land lyeing on the west
side of Three Mile River opposite against the farme I now Live on. Together
withe one half part of one of my Purchase Rights to all undivided lands in
Taunton. Allso one Moyety or half part of my Thirty acres of land Lyeing
above the falls (be it more or less) on the west side of ye three mile River.
Allso one moiety or halfe part of my fifty acres of land on ye west side of ye
three Mile River, Lyeing all along by the Thirty acre Division. Allsoe one
third part of that piece of Swamp which lyes a Little below Astin Cobbs. To
have and to hold" &c. "& ffurthermore I said Thomas Lincon Grand Senr
Do Give and Grant to sd Thomas Lincon Senr, one Moyety or half part of my
two small lotts of land allready Divided within ye Limits of the South Purchase
which are not allready Given or Granted to any other of my Children by Deeds
bearing same Date with these Presents, Together with one Moyetty or half part
of my Right to undivided lands Conteyned within said South Purchase,
Together with one moyety or half part of my share or Right in the North Pur-
chase and one half part of my forty acres of land Lyeing by a brooke on the
west side of three mile River, being my last Grant. Allso one moyety or halfe
part of that piece of meadow at Broad Cove which lyeth on that side the Cove
next to Josep Halls meadow. To have & to hold" &c., "Provided allwayes
that said Thomas Lincon Grand Sen'r reserveth to himself Power to sell or Dis-
pose of the five percells of land last mentioned in case he needs so to doo for his
comfortable subsistance. Provided allso that my said son Thomas Lincon Do
cause to be payde to Lidiah Daughter of my Son Samuel Lincon fifty Shillings
in Good Spetia when she shall arrive at the age of eighteen years." This deed
is dated April 4, 1694, and recorded in Bristol Deeds, Vol. II, page 260.
Also. " Out of that love and affection which I Bear unto my sonne Jonah
Lincon of said Taunton, Have given" &c., "unto him sd Jonah Lincon the
house Barn orchard & Land I now live on on the Easterly side of three Mile
River, Adjoyning to the land I given to my son Thomas Lincon according
as Bounds are already sett between them. Provided Allwayes that an Highway
run between the lands of Thomas & Jonah Towards the Towne as it is now
fenced out, the Right to said Highway for their Muttuall Benefitt Granted to
the said Thomas & Jonah Equally between them and to their heirs & assigns.
Allsoe unto my Sonne Jonah Lincon a peice of meadow on the East side of
three Mile River called New Meadow, Together with upland adjoyneing to it as
may appear by Town Grant. Allsoe one Moiety or half part of one of my
Purchase Rights to undivided lands in Taunton. Allsoe One Moyetty or half
part of the Thirty acres of land lyeing above the Falls on the west side of the
three Mile River, Allsoe one Moyetty or halfe part of my fifty acres of land
lyeing on the West side of the three Mile River, Lyeing all along by the Thirty
acre Div)'sion, allsoe the bed I lye on with the ferniture, Allsoe one halfe part of
my house hold stuff & moveables. To have & to hold" &c., " and furthermore
I ye said Thomas Lincon Senr do give & grant to said Jonah Lincon one
Moyetty or half part of my two small lotts of land allready Divided within the
Limits of the South Purchase which are not allready Given to any of my other
Children by deed bearing the same date with these presents. Together with one
Moyetty or half part of my Right to undivided lands contained within sd South
Purchase, Together with one Moyetty or half part of my share or Right in the
North Purchase & half of that forty acres of land last granted to me which
lyes by a Brook on the west side of three mile River. Allsoe one halfe part of
that Peice of Meadow at Broad Cove which lyeth on that side the Cove next to
Joseph Halls Meadow. To have & to hold" &c. "Provided Allwayes that
the said Thomas Lincon Grand Senr Reserveth liberty to himself to sell
or Dispose of the five percells of land last mentioned in case he standeth in need
thereof for his comfortable subsistence. Provided allso that Jonah Lincon
do pay or cause to be payd unto Lidia, Daughter of my sonne Samuel Lincon,
fifty shillings in good Spetia when the sd Lidia shall arrive at the age of
eighteen years : Allso Provided my sonne Jonah I^incon Do give unto my
Prentice boy Twenty acres of land when his time of service is expired. And I
appoint the said Jacob Hughes to serve according to his Indenture after my
Decease with my sd sonne Jonah, and give to my sonne Jonah half that stock of
Cattle, Horses, Swine, Sheepe which I shall be possessed of at the time of my
J. LINCOLN GENEALOGY.
Death, only one Cow to be first Delivered to my present wife if she be living
before the stock is Divided." Dated April 4, 1694. (Bristol Deeds, iii, 55). And
further. " Out of that love which I bear unto my daughter Mercy, wife of William
Caswell of Taunton " he gives " Thirty acres of land on the west side of Three
Mile River on the north side of James Walker's land and allso ten acres of land
to lye where sd Caswell shall get it upon my fifty acre Division, also one
quarter part of one of my purchass Rights to all undivided land in Taunton.
Also one quarter part of that piece of meadow at Broad Cove which lyeth on ye
east side of the Cove, between the Cove and James Philips." Dated May
4, 1694. (Bristol Deeds, vii, 612.)
I. Mary, b. May 12, 1652.
11. Sarah, b. Sept. 25, 1654 ; d. young.
*3. III. Thomas, b. April 21, 1656.
IV. Samuel, b. March 16, 1658 ; probably m. and d. at an early
age, as his father, in 1694, devises property to Samuel's
daughter Lydia, when she shall have reached the age of
V. Jonah, b. July 7, 1660. His will was dated in Bristol, April
4, 1709, and probated Nov. 3, 1712. He probably had
no children, as he leaves one-third of his property to his wife,
and the rest to the two children of his sister, Mercy Caswell.
VI. Sarah, b. July 7, 1660.
VII. Hannah, b. March 15, 1663.
VIII. Constant, b. May 16, 1665 ; m. July 13, 1687, William
Briggs, son of William. He was b. Jan. 25, 1667.
IX. Mercy, b. April 3, 1670 ; m. William Caswell, of Taunton.
X. Experience, b. . Nathaniel Lincoln (son of Thomas 3d),
in his will of Oct. 17, 1757, directs that his wife shall care
for his aunt Experience, and give her a Christian burial.
Thomas Lincoln (3d) was born in Taunton April 21, 1656.
He was a soldier taking part in the Indian troubles known as
King Philip's war. March 10, 1675, he was found guilty of
mutinous conduct in " breaking away from the army," with
others, under the lead of Lieutenant Robert Barker, " when
they were on theire march," Lieutenant Barker "by his exam-
ple alureing others to come away with him to the great scan-
doll, prejudice and disparragement of the collonie." For this
misconduct he was fined the amount of his pay, eight pounds.
PARI FIRST. It
He married Mary, daughter of Richard and Abigail Stacey.
Richard Stacey died in 1687, and December 7th of that year
Thomas Lincohi was appointed administrator on his estate.
He married (2d) Nov. 14, 1689, Susanna Smith, daughter of
Samuel. She was born Jan. 25, 1664. We find no will recorded
to him, and the date of his death is unknown. By a deed
dated March 3, 171 1-2, recorded in Bristol Land Records
(vii, 169), we know he had at least one son.
*4. I. Nathaniel, b. about 1684.
Nathaniel Lincoln, born in Taunton about 1684. In the
military forces he held the rank of sergeant. In his will he
directs that " my grand son, son of my son Nathaniel Linkon,
he shall have and hold my gun, powder horns, bullets, shott,
and all appurtenances belonging to military accoutrements, he
to have and hold ye same forever." The name of this grand-
son is not given. He married Alice, daughter of Capt. John
and Alice (Shaw) Andrews. He was engaged in the milling
business, with his father-in-law, at Three Mile River, a point
three miles west from Taunton, which place was known for
more than a century as "Andrews Mills," but now called
Westville. Nathaniel conducted a grist-mill, while Capt. An-
drews attended to the saw-mill. This is shown by deed from
Andrews to Lincoln recorded in Bristol Land Records (xxi, 505),
dated June 3, 1732, in which for the consideration of fifty
pounds is conveyed "one quarter part of that land on which the
grist mill standeth which was built by said Nathaniel Linkon,
Edmond Andrews, Seth Andrews and myself, on the River
called three mile River in Taunton aforesaid, on which River
my saw mill also standeth, also to have one quarter part of the
privilege of the streem of water that will be nessary for ye
grist mill," etc.
'James Minor Lincoln in his book, " The Lincoln Family and Branches,"
gives him also Thomas and Jonathan, and perhaps others.
1 5 LINCOLN GENEALOGY.
His will was dated Oct. 17, 1757, and proved May 9, 1761.
He died March 22, 1761, in his seventy-seventh year.
*5. I. Nathaniel, b. in 1725.
II. IcHABOD, b. in 1727 ; d. Sept. 26, 1768, aged 41. He m.
Hannah , b. in 1731 ; d. Oct. 26, 1821, aged 90.
i. IcHABOD, b. March 1750 ; d. March 5, 1833 ; m.
ii. RuFUS, b. Nov. 10, 1751 ; d. Feb. 11, 1838; m. Feb. 11,
1783, Lydia Sprague, b. Feb. 27, 1758; d. Oct. 22,
iii. Prudence, b. 1753 ; d. unmarried,
iv. Asa, b. Dec. 11, 1756 ; m. about 1780, Mary Morris,
daughter of Capt. Jonathan and Mary (Skinner) Morris
of Sturbridge, Mass. She was b. Oct. 28, 1760 ; d.
Jan. 4, 1802. He married (2d) Betsey Howard.
V. Hannah, b. 1758 ; m. Jonathan Morris, brother of her
brother Asa's wife. He was b. in 1758, and d. in
De Peyster, St. Lawrence county, N, Y., Aug. 25,
1837. She d. Jan. 26, 1853.
vi. Celia, b. 1760 ; m. Robinson ; (2d) Sampson Mason.
vii. Nathaniel, b. 1762 ; m. Susan Burt.
III. Alice, b. ; m. Benjamin Briggs of Rehoboth.
IV. 1VLA.RY, b. — — ; m. Peter Pratt of Taunton. His will was dated
Nov. 14, 1759, and proved March 11, 1760. He names
wife Mary, and children John, Nathaniel, and Ebenezer (the
latter not then 23), Abijah, Molly the wife of Lawrence
MacCloth, Susannah, Bathsheba, Rachael, and Elizabeth.
The latter died Aug. 5, 1767, aged 13 years, 10 months, and
2 days. He gives his son John " my gun fi.xd for a bagonet,"
and to Ebenezer, "my sword and other militar)^ accoutre-
ments." Sergeant Peter Pratt d. Feb. 16, 1760, in his 49lh
V. Constant, b. ; m. Samuel Torrey of Taunton.
VI. Martha, b. : m. Richard Liscombe. She was a widow
at the time her father made his will.
VII. Susannah, b. ; m. George Burt of Taunton. His will
was dated Jan. 6, 1804, and proved Feb. 7, 1804. He
names wife Susannah, and children Alvin, Susannah wife of
William Cobb, Sarah wife of Enos Lincoln, Tamar wife of
George Cobb, and heirs of sons Samuel, George, and John.
Nathaniel Lincoln Jr., born in Taunton in 1725. He mar-
ried, Oct. II, 1743, Elizabeth Robinson, daughter of Increase,
Jr., and Mehitabel (Williams) Robinson. His first two chil-
dren were probably born in Taunton. He removed to Reho-
both, where, Dec. 27, 1750, he purchased a homestead of Na-
thaniel Cobb, " a House where ye sd Nathaniell Einkon now
dwells, with ye Cedar Swamps adjoyning thereto." He re-
moved from Rehoboth to New Braintree, Mass., probably in
1759, and Jan. 6, 1763, purchased of David Gilbert, Jr., of that
town, a tract of nineteen acres lying in lot 9 of the "Braintree
Grant of 6000 acres so called," which he describes as " a Piece
of Land on which my House stands, and that I now own by
virtue of a deed from Beriah Haws dated ye eleventh day of
April 1759," showing that he was already a resident. He
added to the area of his farm by a purchase of four acres of
adjoining land July 6th following, and July 27, 1770, obtained
five acres more. His farm appears to have been located
" North of the road leading to the meeting house," and he
conveyed it in May, 1774, to his son Nathaniel, " with the con-
sent of Elizabeth my present wife." He removed to Peters-
ham, Mass., probably in 1778, as in that year he obtained a
leasehold there, as will appear later. March 17, 1784, he
bought the farm formerly owned by Henry Chase, the father
of his son-in-law. He is in this deed described as "of Peters-
ham." The price of this farm was ^600.
His father, in his will of Oct. 17, 1757, bequeaths to Nathan-
iel, "over and above what I have already given him, & paid to
one Elisha Bosworth towards his settlement, and lands I con-
veyed him at a place called Three Mile River, I give him now
fifteen pounds lawful money to be paid to sd Nathaniel within
three years after my decease, by my son Ichabod Linkon or
his heirs. And further I give sd son Nathaniel Linkon his
heirs and assigns forever, all my Cedar Swamp in Taunton
Great Cedar swamp, & in a cedar swamp called Crooked
Meadow Cedar Swamp within ye townships of sd Taunton and
Raynham, (that called ye burnt ground only excepted.) I
also give sd Nathaniel his heirs and assigns forever, one half
my interest in a grist mill known by ye name of Capt Andrews
mill. I also give my sd son Nathaniel Linkon his heirs and
assigns forever, all my whole interest in Taunton old township
within sd County, with lands due thereon and right to all com-
monage in said property, and after my wifes widowhood I give
him one half of all my husbandry tools as shall be left at her
decease, and all my wearing apparel, and all I have heretofore
given sd son he to have and hold ye same after my wifes de-
cease or at time of her intermarriage, if she should do so."
His father died March 22, 1761, but before he died, on the 6th
of March, he revoked, in a codicil, his gift of the cedar swamps,
the interest in the grist-mill, and the ten pounds (a previous
codicil having reduced the original gift of ^15 to ^10), and
gave them to his son Ichabod. Why this action was taken
does not appear, but it may have been the result of displeas-
ure at his son's removal to New Braintree, which event prob-
ably occurred in 1759.
Where Nathaniel Lincoln removed to from Petersham is not
positively known. The last recorded item we find relating to
him is the seizure by the sheriff of a leasehold, "a certain
piece of land on the east side of the great road in Petersham,
leased by Thomas Clement to Lincoln for ten years from Oct
17 1778, containing buildings possessed by sd Lincoln." This
action was to satisfy a judgment against him of ^45 : 02 : 01,
in favor of the estate of John Chandler, the value of the un-
expired term of the lease being consideration sufficient to sat-
isfy judgment and costs. The record states that at this time
Nathaniel Lincoln, the debtor, was "absent." Undoubtedly
this stress in his affairs was brought about by the exceedingly
depressed financial condition of the country during the years
immediately succeeding the close of the Revolutionary War.
A tradition in the family relates that Nathaniel Lincoln
went to New Marlborough, where his wife died, and then,
after living for a time with his son Stephen in Oakham, he re-
moved to Attleborough, where he died, over eighty years of
age. The truth of this tradition has not been ascertained, as
no records have been found to confirm it.
PART FIRST. IQ
Nathaniel, b. probably in Taunton. He removed with his
father to New Braintree, where he followed the trade of a
tanner. He purchased of his father in 1774 a farm in New
Braintree, on the north side of the road leading to the meet-
ing-house. He m. in Oakham (published), June 7, 1791,
widow Ruth Delanoe. (Probably a second marriage, though
we have no record of a former one.) He removed to Sag
Harbor, L. I.; then resided temporarily in Hartford, Conn.;
but returned to Sag Harbor, where lie was living in 1809.
He had two sons and one daughter. One son, Lemuel Lin-
coln, d. in Hartford, Aug. 23, i8og. On his gravestone in
the North Burying-ground in Hartford is this inscription :
" In Memory of Lemuel Lincoln who died Aug 23 1809,
aged 31 years.
" Farewell dear friend ; where thou, we trust, art gone,
Adieus and farewells are a sound unknown.
May we but meet thee on that peaceful shore.
The parting sound shall pass our lips no more."
Lemuel Lincoln left two sons, George and Lemuel, the latter
eight months old. It is said they went to St. Louis.
Sophia, b. , probably in Taunton. She m. Feb. 6, 1766,
Joseph Parker, Jr., of New Braintree. They are said to
have lived afterward in Kingston, Vt.
Rachel, b. June 15, 1749, in Rehoboth. She m. in New
Braintree, July 11, 1771, Henry Chase, Jr., son of Henry
and Abigail (Stratton) Chase of Petersham. He was born
in Petersham, Nov. 4, 1748. We know of no children of
this marriage. He married again, Sept. 12, 1782, Susanna
Shattuck of Petersham.
Stephen, b. Dec. 3, 1751, in Rehoboth. Settled in Oakham,
Mass. He served in the Revolutionary War. He m. in
Oakham, April 29, 1779, Lydia Foster, daughter of Lieu-
tenant Ebenezer and Hannah (Parlin) Foster. She d. April
9, 1839. He d. March 16, 1840.
Lemuel, b. April 16, 1754, in Rehoboth. He is said to have
lived at Martha's Vineyard.
Loved, b. Aug. 26, 1758, in Rehoboth. He settled in Lewis-
ton, Me. He m. , who d. Jan. 19, 1805. He m. (2d),
Dec. 19, 1805, Betsey Hodgkin of Lewiston. He served in
the Revolutionary War, and d. in Lewiston, April g, 1850.
His children as far as known :
4 children d. young.
i. Charlotte, b. ; m. Thompson. She d. Aug.
ii. Nathaniel, b. ; lived at Bath, Me.
iii. Cyrus, b. . He was a lieutenant in the War of 1812,
and was taken prisoner on board the Growler, in June,
1813, the vessel having chased some British gunboats
out of Lake Champlain into the Sorrel River, and being
unable to return. He was confined, first at Quebec and
afterwards at Halifax, until peace was declared. He
lived at Bath, and had four children.
iv. Betsey, b. 1797.
BY SECOND MARRIAGE.
V. LURANY, b. .
vi. Sally, b. .
vii. Levi, b. .
viii. RuFUS, b. .
2 children d. young.
THE OTHER LINES OF
STEPHEN LINCOLN'S ANCESTRY.
(So Far as Known.)
I. Jonah Austin came in the Hercules with wife Con-
stance, from Sandwich, County Kent, England. He was of
Tenterden, and mayor of that borough. He settled perhaps
first at Cambridge, then called Newtown, for about 1638 he
sold there " two acres of planting ground in the west end."
He is found in Hingham as early as 1635, but did not remain
there many years, for in 1643 he was in Taunton. In 1650 he
sold his possessions in Hingham to John Beal, Sr., consisting
of his home-lot of four acres with house and barn, eight acres
of land in Hockley Neck, and four acres at Broad Cove. At
about this time he purchased from William Holloway his home-
lot in Taunton, consisting of about six acres with the buildings
thereon, and some forty-five acres more in various locations, a
lot of twenty-six acres being "about two mile distant from the
towne." He "took the oath of fidellitie" June 3, 1657. He
was one of the partners in the Taunton Iron Works in 1660,
and is recorded at various times as a juryman. His wife died
April 22, 1667, and he died in Taunton July 30, 1683. We
learn of two
Jonah, Jr., b. .
*Mary, b. ; m. Thomas Lincoln, 2d.
2. Mary Austin, m. Thomas Lincoln.
3. Thomas Lincoln, m. Mary Stacey.
4. Nathaniel Lincoln, m. Alice Andrews.
5. Nathaniel Lincoln, Jr., m. Elizabeth Robinson.
6. Stephen Lincoln, m. Lydia Foster.
I, Richard Stacey was in Taunton in 1643, and is found
on the list of those able to bear arms at that time. His wife
was Abigail . In 1648 he was " servayor for the Hye-
wayes," and again in 1657. He is recorded as on jury duty in
1650, 1651, 1653, and 1664. He was one of the original share-
holders in the Taunton Iron Works in 1653-4, and this is all
we have been able to learn of him. He died in 1687, and his
son-in-law, Thomas Lincoln, was granted administration on
his estate December 7th of that year. We know of but one
*Mary, b. ; m. Thomas Lincoln, 3d.
2. Mary Stagey, m. Thomas Lincoln, 3d.
3. Nathaniel Lincoln, m. Alice Andrews.
4. Nathaniel Lincoln, Jr., m. Elizabeth Robinson. '
5. Stephen Lincoln, m. Lydia Foster.
I. John Andrews is found in Boston in 1656. The Bible
record still in the possession of the family, says he was " a sea-
cooper, and came from Wales to America." He died in
Boston June 25, 1679, and the inventory of his effects includes
" tooles and coopers stuffe," dwelling house and grounds, and
household goods. He married Hannah Jackson, daughter of
Edmund and Martha Jackson of Boston. After the death of
her husband she married John Dickinson. John Andrews*
first wife was Lucy , who died Sept. i, 1653, but probably
left no children.
John, b. Nov. 21, 1656 ; d. young.
Hannah, b. Feb. 20, 1657-8.
Susanna, b. Aug. 12, 1659.
Martha, b. Dec. 5, 1660 ; m. (probably) Thomas Raper.
Mary, bap. March 4, 1661 ; d. young.
*JoHN, b. Sept. 20, 1662 ; m. Alice Shaw.
James, b. Dec. i, 1664 ; d. young.
Edmund, b. Nov. 4, 1665.
James, b. March 17, 1667.
Samuel, b. May 18, 1668.
Mary, bap. April 9, 1671.
2. John Andrews, born in Boston Sept. 20, 1662, was a
housewright. In 1692 he purchased several tracts of land and
a dwelling house in New Bristol (now Bristol, R. I.) of Thomas
Lewis of Mendon, and resided there. In 1701 he sold this
property and purchased a farm in Taunton, including a water
privilege on the bank of Three Mile River, where, with Na-
thaniel Lincoln, he built a grist-mill and a saw-mill, and the
location was known as " Andrews Mills " for about a century,
but is now called Westville. Here he passed the remainder of
his life. He held the military title of captain ; held various
town offices ; was chairman of the Board of Selectmen four
years, also deputy sheriff. He was a man highly esteemed.
He died July 25, 1742, at the age of 80 years. He married
Alice Shaw, daughter of John and Alice (Phillips) Shaw of
Weymouth. She was born July 6, 1666, and died Feb. i, 1735.
He married (2d) Mary, widow of Jacob Barney, and daughter
of Rev. Samuel Danforth.
*Alice, b. ; m. Nathaniel Lincoln.
John, b. 1686 ; d. 1763 ; m. Hannah Hall.
Edmond, b. 1692 ; d. Jan. 14, 1750, in his 58th year. He m. Esther Harvey,
and (2d) Hannah Lincoln.
Samuel, b. — — ; d. 1756. He married Elizabeth Emerson, and (2d) Mary
Seth, b. 1703 ; d. in Taunton March 5, 1749, aged 46. He m. Sarah Lincoln
Hannah, b. ; m. Jonathan Lincoln. He died in 1773, aged 87. They
lived in Norton, Mass.
Martha, b. ; m. Thomas Jones of Dighton, Mass.
Susannah, b. ; d. unmarried.
3. Alice Andrews, m. Nathaniel Lincoln.
4. Nathaniel Lincoln, Jr., m. Elizabeth Robinson.
5. Stephen Lincoln, m. Lydia Eoster.
I. William Robinson was of Dorchester in 1636. Made
freeman May 18, 1642. His wife was Margaret , who was
the mother of his children. He married (2d) Ursula, widow of
Samuel Hosier and earlier of Stephen Streeter. Feb. 5, 165 i,
he bought of John Phillips of Boston for the sum of ^150
his dwelling house in Dorchester "near unto Naponsett
2 . LINCOLN GENEALOGY.
Riuer," with all the outhouses, barns, gardens, and orchards,
and several other parcels of land containing 73 acres alto-
gether. He died July 6, 1668, the inventory of his property
showing an estate of over ;^435. His widow, Ursula, married
for her fourth husband, July 15, 1673, Griffin Crafts.
Samuel, bap. June 14, 1640 ; m. Mary Baker.
*Increase, bap. March 14, 1642.
Prudence, bap. Dec, 1643 ; m. John Bridge of Koxbury.
Waitinct, bap. April 26, 1646 ; m. Joseph Penniman of Braintree, Sept. 25,
2. Increase Robinson, baptized March 14, 1642, was
a freeman of Taunton, May 29, 1670. June 5, 167 1, he was
appointed "Surveyor of Highwaies," and Oct. 30, 1678, was
given authority to make seizure of liquor brought illegally into
the town. He is several times found serving upon the jury in
Taunton. He was an early settler upon the " Mount Hope
Lands," which tract was deeded by Taunton to the settlers
there Sept. 14, 1680, this action being confirmed by the
General Court on the 29th, and a new town which was called
Bristol, organized Sept. i, 1681. This town was annexed
to Rhode Island Jan. 27, 1746-7: Increase Robinson was one
of the persons admitted to citizenship of this town on its
organization, and May 22, 1682, was chosen constable, an office
of much importance, refusal to accept which created the
liability to a fine of four pounds. Bar-iron made at the Taun-
ton Iron Works being in the early days an acceptable " cir-
culating medium," we find Increase Robinson availing himself
of it to pay his minister, Rev. Mr. Danforth, as here appears.
"Captain Leonard: Sir, I would intreate you to pay James Tisdale ye
sum of 2-7-6 in iron at 22 s. per hund. and make me Debtr for it on ye
account of ye Credit Mr. Danford gave mie on your book.
Taunton ye 23d March 1688-9. your ffrd
June 2, 1685, he was elected upon the grand jury. He
married Jan. 19, 1663, Sarah, daughter of James and Lydia
(Elliot) Penniman. He died in Taunton, in November, 1699.
The date of his wife's death is unknown.
PART FIRST. 25
William, b. .
*Increase, b. .
Sarah, b. 1667.
JOSIAH, b. .
Ebenezer, b. 16S0.
Bethia, b. .
Hannah, b. .
Abigail, b. .
3. Increase Robinson, Jr., of Taunton, born ; mar-
ried Feb. II, 1695, Mehitabel Williams, daughter of Josepli
and Elizabeth (Watson) Williams of Taunton. She was born
June 7, 1676. He died in 1738, and his son William appointed
administrator upon his estate, which inventoried ^1,584:3:2.
William, b. ; m. Naomi Dean about 1722 ; d. Jan. 13, 177S.
Increase, b. ; d. in Pembroke, Mass., Dec. i, 1767; m. in Plympton,
Mass., Jan. g, 1737-8, Margaret, daugliter of Joseph and Margaret
JosiAH, b. ; d. in Raynham, Mass., May 23, 17S5 ; m. June 11, 1740,
his cousin, Bethiah Robinson.
John, b. ; d. April 26, 17S7 ; m. March 9, 1742-3, Lydia Bryant.
George, b. ; d. ; m. Elizabeth Cobb, a sister of General David
Cobb, one of General Washington's aids.
Mehitabel, b. ; m. Ebenezer Cobb.
Mary, b. ; m. Aug. 29, 1736, John Rowland.
Elizabeth, b. ; d. young.
Ann.-v, b. ; d. June 17, 17S1 ; m. August, 1738, Jedediah Wilbur.
Abigail, b. ; d. Jan. 2S, 17S0; m. Dec. 4, 173S, Stephen Macomber.
*Elizabeth, b. ; m. Oct. 11, 1743, Nathaniel Lincoln, Jr.
Lydia, b. ; m. Hockins.
Sarah, b. ; d. unmarried.
4. Eliz.a.beth Robinson, m. Nathaniel Lincoln, Jr.
5. Stephen Lincoln, m. Lydia Foster.
I. Edmund Jackson of Boston, probably came from
Boston in England. He was made freeman May 25, 1636. He
was a shoemaker. In 1638 he had possessions in Boston as
follows : One house and garden, bounded with the lane south,
John Leverett east, John Mellowes north, and Sudbury street
west. Also, in the new field, about three acres, bounded with
Valentine Hill south, Robert Meeres west, George Burden
north, and David Sellick east. March 15, 1647, he was chosen
sealer of leather, and again March 11, 1660-1. March 11,
1650, he was chosen constable. April 28, 1673, he was licensed
to keep a house of " publique entertainment & sell beere."
This license was continued in 1674 and 1675. He married
Martha , who died Nov. 12, 1652. He married (2d) Jan.
7, 1652-3, widow Mary Gawdren, daughter of Samuel Cole.
She died Jan. 18, 1659-60. He married (3d) Oct. 27, 1660,
Elizabeth Pilkinton. He died in 1675, his will was dated May
2d, and probated July 28, 1675. His widow died soon after.
*Hannah, b. March i, 1636; m. John Andrews.
John, b. Oct. 20, 163S.
Thomas, b. March i, 1640.
Samuel, b. June 27, 1643.
Jeremiah, b. July 14, 1645.
Mary, b. April 17, 1647.
Isaac, b. Feb. 3, 1649-50 ; d. young.
Isaac, b. Nov. 22, 1651.
BY SECOND marriage.
Edmund, b. Oct. 30, 1654 ; d. young.
Elizabeth, b. Feb. 11, 1656-7.
Elisha, b. Feb. 12, 1658-9.
BY THIRD marriage.
Sarah, b. Sept. 24, 1660.
Martha, b. Feb. 11, 1661-2.
Susanna, b. Dec. 2, 1653 ; d. young.
Susanna, b. Sept. 19, 1666.
Edmund, b. Oct. 5, 1668 ; d. young.
Edmund, b. Aug. 2, 1672.
Mary, b. Dec. 22, 1674.
2. Hannah Jackson, m. John Andrews.
John Andrews, Jr., m. Alice Shaw.
Alice Andrews, m. Nathaniel Lincoln.
Nathaniel Lincoln, Jr., m. Elizabeth Robinson.
Stephen Lincoln, m. Lydia Foster.
PART FIRST. 27
I. James Penniman, born in England, came probably in
the Lio7i^ in 163 1, with John Winthrop, Jr. Admitted freeman
March 6, 1631-2. Of Boston at first, but of Braintree in 1639.
His wife was Lydia Eliot, daughter of Bennett Eliot of Naz-
ing, England. She was baptized there, July i, 16 10. She was
the sister of Rev. John Eliot, the "Apostle to the Indians."
James Penniman died Dec. 26, 1664. His will, dated Dec. 18,
1664, was proved Jan. 31, 1664-5, and recorded in Suffolk Pro-
bate, 1-443. He says, "God has blessed me with many chil-
dren." Inventory includes dwelling-house, p/^45 ; barn and
stable, old house, and orchard, ^70 ; thirty acres of land near
the mill-pond, ^70 ; fifteen acres near Knight's Neck (Quincy),
£,Z° \ eighteen acres "Nigh Weymouth fferry," ^55, etc.;
total, ^503.3. Sworn to in court by Lydia Penniman, widow
of James. (Suffolk Probate, iv, 207.)
She married (2d), Dec. 7, 1665, Thomas Wight, as his second
wife. He died March 17, 1674.
James, bap. March 26, 1633 ; m. Mary Cross, May 10, 1659.
Lydia, bap. Feb. 22, 1634-5.
John, bap. Jan. 15, 1636-7 ; m. Hannah Billings, Feb. 24, 1664-5.
Joseph, b. Aug. i, 1639 I n^- (^st) Waiting Robinson, (2d) widow Sarah
*Sarah, b. May 6, 1641 ; m. Increase Robinson of Taunton, Jan. 19, 1663.
Samuel, b. Nov. 14, 1645 ; m. Elizabeth Parmenter, Jan. 6, 1673-4.
Hannah, b. May 26, 164S.
Abigail, b. Dec. 27, 1651 ; m. Samuel Neale, son of Henry, April iS, 167S.
Mary, b. Sept. 29, 1653 ; m. Samuel Paine, April 4, 1678.
2. Sarah Penniman, m. Increase Robinson.
3. Increase Robinson, Jr., m. Mehitable Williams.
4. Elizabeth Robinson, m. Nathaniel Lincoln, Jr.
5. Stephen Lincoln, m. Lydia Foster.
I. William Williams was of Synwell, a hamlet in Woot-
ton-Under-Edge, Glamorganshire, Wales. His will is dated
Sept. 26, 1618, and he was buried Sept. 29, 1618. It is
thought that Susanna Williams, buried Jan. 11, 1610, may
have been his wife.
23 LINCOLN GENEALOGY.
Ann, bap. Dec. 2, 1599.
Samuel, b. .
Elizabeth, b. .
*RiCHARD, bap. Jan. 28, 1606.
Jane, bap. March 19, 1608.
2. Richard Williams, baptized Jan. 28, 1606, came to
America from Glamorganshire, Wales, and settled first in
Gloucester, where two of his children were born. He removed
to Taunton, where he was made freeman, June 5, 1644. He
married, Feb. 11, 1632, Frances Dighton, daughter of John and
Jane (Bassett) Dighton of Somersetshire, England. Her
sister Katharine became the second wife of Governor Thomas
He was one of the eighty purchasers of the tract of land
bought of the Cohannet Indians, which became known as the
" Eight Mile Square," and which received the name of Taun-
ton at the time of incorporation in 1640. He was a represent-
ative to the General Court at Plymouth at fifteen sessions be-
tween 1643 and 1669, and Oct. 20, 1646, was fined twenty
shillings for non-attendance, which fine was afterwards remit-
ted. He was selectman of Taunton from 1666 to 1677, with
the exception of the years 1669 and 1670; and April 2, 1677,
was a member of a council created to regulate the distribution
of arms and ammunition to the people should war offer an oc-
casion. We do not know the date of death of his wife. He
died in 1693. He was a tanner by trade, deacon of the church,
and one of the original shareholders of the Taunton Iron
Works, receiving his dividends in bar-iron, at a good average
rate on his investment.
John, bap. March 27, 1634 ; d. young.
ELlZABt;TH, bap. Feb. 7, 1635-6; d. young.
Samuel, b. ; m. Jane GilV:>ert.
*JosErH, b. .
Nathaniel, b. ; m. Nov. 17, 1668, Elizabeth Rogers of Du.xbury.
Thomas, b. ; m. Mary .
Benjamin, b. ; m. March 18, 1689-90, Rebeckah Macy.
Elizabeth, b. about 1647 ; m. John Bird, son of Thomas and Ann Bird of
Dorchester. He was b. March 11, 1641, and d. Aug. 2, 1732.
Hannah, b. ; m. John Parmenter of Boston.
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3. Joseph Williams of Taunton, was born . He
married, Nov. 28, 1667, Elizabeth, daughter of George and
Phoebe (Hicks) Watson of Plymouth. She was born Jan. 18,
1647-8. He died Aug. 17, 1692.
Elizabeth, b. July 30, 1669 ; d. (drowned) Oct. 13, 16S8.
Richard, b. Nov. 26, 167 1 ; d. July 13, 1688.
*Mehitabel, b. June 7, 1676 ; m. Increase Robinson, Jr.
Joseph, b. Feb. 13, 1678.
Benjamin, b. Oct. 15, 16S1 ; d. Jan. 10, 1757 ; m. Elizabeth Deane.
Ebenezer, b. April 21, 1685.
Phoebe, b. Sept. 25, 1687 ; m. Christopher Richmond of Middleboro.
Richard, b. March 26, 1689 ; d. Aug. 17, 1692.
4. Mehitabel Williams, m. Increase Robinson, Jr.
5. Elizabeth Robinson, m. Nathaniel Lincoln, Jr.
6. Stephen Lincoln, m. Lydia Foster.
I. Abraham Shaw married in Northowram, Parish of
Halifax, Yorkshire, England, June 24, 16 16, Bridget Best,
daughter of Henry, of Ovenden. She was baptized April 9,
1592. He came to America and was an early proprietor of
Watertown, and was admitted freeman March 9, 1636-7. His
house and goods were burned in Watertown in October, 1636,
and he probably removed to Dedham immediately after and
was one of the first subscribers to the covenant in that town.
In 1637 he had a grant of half the coal and iron to be found in
the common lands, which must have discouraged him, for he
died the following year, after executing the following will,
which he omitted to date. " Memorandum, that if it please
almyghtie God to take me to his mercye by death, That it is
my minde & will that my estate shal be disposed of as follow-
eth. (that is to say), I bequeathe to my sonne John & Martha
Shawe, being infants, ten pownds betweene them, also betweene
the aforesd Martha & Marye I leave as much quicke goods as
shal be balance to eight pownds, also to Joseph in some
goods, twelve pownds as may be thought fitt ; furder, that
Joseph & John shall have my lott att Dedham equally to be
devided between them Also that all the rest of my estate
whatsoever be devided, proportionate, betweene all my chil-
dron." This will was witnessed by Nicholas Biram and Joseph
Shawe, who were also ordered by the court to " make an In-
ventorye of the estate by the helpe and advice of Mr. Edward
Allen." The children were baptized in Northowram, except
Susannah (said to have been his daughter), who married Dr.
Nicholas Byram of Weymouth,
Joseph, bap. March 14, 1618.
Grace, bap. Aug. 15, 1621.
Martha, bap. Dec. i, 1623; d. (buried) March 31, 1625.
Mary, bap. June 18, 1626.
John, bap. Feb. 16, 1628 ; d. (buried) April 12, 1629.
*JoHN, bap. May 23, 1630.
Martha, bap. Jan. 6, 1632.
Susannah, b. ; m. Dr. Nicholas Byram.
2. John Shaw of Weymouth, bap. May 23, 1630. He took
the oath of fidelity in 1652. In 1663 he was the owner of Lot
No. II, of four acres, in the First Division of land "begin-
ning on Bauntry line," and in the Second Division had Lot
No. 17, of twelve acres. He married Alice Phillips, daughter
of Nicholas of Dedham, who survived him. He died in Wey-
mouth Sept. 16, 1704.
John, b. .
Elizabeth, b. Feb. 26, 1656.
Abraham, b. Oct. 10, 1657.
Mary, b. March 24, 1660.
Nicholas, b. March 23, 1662.
Joseph, b. April 15, 1664.
*Alice, b. July 6, 1666 ; m. Capt. John Andrews.
Hannah, b. April 7, 1668.
Benjamin, b. June 16, 1670.
Abigail, b. July 15, 1672.
Ebenezer, b. April 24, 1674.
3. Alice Shaw, m. Capt. John Andrews.
4. Alice Andrews, m. Nathaniel Lincoln.
5. Nathaniel Lincoln, Jr., m. Elizabeth Robinson.
6. Stephen Lincoln, m. Lydia Foster.
I. Bennett Eliot was of Widford, Herts, England, and
married there, Oct. 30, 1598, Letteye Aggar. Between 1606
and t6to he removed to Nazing in Essex. His wife died there
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and was buried March i6, 1620. He was yeoman and the
owner of a considerable estate. He left lands at Widford,
Ware, Hunsdon, and Estwick. His will was dated Nov. 5,
1621, and proved March 28, 1622. He was buried at Nazing
Nov. 21, 162 1. In his will he provided for the payment, quar-
terly, during the space of eight years, of eight pounds per
annum for the maintenance of his son John at the University
of Cambridge, "where he is now scholar."
Sarah, bap. in Widford Jan. 13, 1599 ; m. in Nazing, Aug. 1618, William
Curtis, and d. in 1673.
Philip, bap. in Widford, April 25, 1602 ; m. Elizabeth, probably daughter of
Richard Ferian, Vicar of Nazing, who was bap. Oct. 3, 1605.
John, bap. in Widford Feb. 6, 1602-3; buried Feb. 18, 1602-3.
John, bap. in Widford Aug. 5, 1604 ; m. in October, 1632, Hannah Mum-
ford, who d. March 22, 1687. He d. May 20, 1690. He was the minister
of Roxbury (Mass.) church, and the famous "apostle to the Indians."
Jacob, bap. in Widford Sept. 21, 1606; m. Margery . who d. 1662.
*Lydia, bap. in Nazing July i, 1610 ; m. James Penniman.
Francis, bap. in Nazing April 10, 161 5 ; m. ]\Iary, daughter of Martin Saun-
ders of Braintree, Mass. He d. Jan. 17, 1697.
Mary, bap. in Nazing March 11, 1620-1 ; m. Edward Payson of Nazing as
his second wife. He was bap. Oct. 3, 1613.
2. Lydia Eliot, m. James Penniman.
Sarah Penniman, m. Increase Robinson.
Increase Robinson, Jr., m. Mehitabel Williams.
Elizabeth Robinson, m. Nathaniel Lincoln, Jr.
Stephen Lincoln, m. Lydia Foster.
I. John Dighton of Gloucester, England, chirurgeon,
married Jane Bassett, daughter of Edward Bassett of LHey.
He died May 16, 1640; his will was dated Jan. 31, 1639, and
proved May 31, 1640. She died April 23, 1631. He is said to
have had three sons and four daughters. We know of the
John, born .
Jane, born ; m. John Lugg of Boston. (2) Jonathan Negus.
*Frances, bap. March i, 1611; married Richard Williams.
Katherine, bap. Jan. 16, 1614-5; married Samuel Hagburne. They settled
in Roxbury, N. E. He died Jan. 24, 1643. She married (2d) April 14,
1644, Governor Thomas Dudley, who died July 31, 1653. She married
(3d) Nov. 8, 1653, Rev. John AUin of Dedham, who died Aug. 26, 1671.
She died three days later.
Damarus, born .
2. Frances Dighton, m. Richard Williams.
3. Joseph Williams, m. Elizabeth Watson.
4. Mehitable Williams, m. Increase Robinson, Jr.
5. Elizabeth Robinson, m. Nathaniel Lincoln, Jr.
6. Stephen Lincoln, m. Lydia Foster.
1. Robert Watson, and his wife Elizabeth , came
from London, England, and settled in Plymouth as early as
1633. He died there in 1637. Nov. 8, 1638, Elizabeth Watson,
widow, "assigned and turned over her servant Henry Blage
unto Thomas Watson, for the residue of the terme he had to
*George, born 1603.
Robert, born , Settled in Windsor, Conn., in 1640. He married Mary
Rockwell, daughter of John, Dec. 10, 1646. He died July ig, 1689. She
died August 21, 1684.
Samuel, born .
2. George Watson, born in England in 1603, was one
of the prominent early settlers of Plymouth. He was freeman
there in 1633. In 1635 he bought of John Jeney the dwelling-
house and garden, " which was sometimes Richard Maister-
sons," for twenty-three pounds.
He was a yeoman and sailing-master, perhaps fisherman.
Oct. 2, 1637, a warrant was issued for the apprehension of Abra-
ham Hooper alias Pottle, " to answere for takeing of fish out
of Georg Watsons boate upon the Lords day without his con-
sent." June 4, 1639, he was appointed on the " Grand En-
quest." (jury.) Feb. 6, 1636-7, he was fined for trading with
the Indians for corn " contrary to the auncient lawes of this
Colony." March 14, 1635 he was granted land at Island
Creek, and Nov. 30, 1640, was granted six acres at Greens
Harbour Marsh. Feb. i, 1640-1, he was a member of the jury
appointed " to lay forth certaine heigh wayes," and is many
times found serving upon the jury between 1637 and 16S4.
PART FIRST. 5,
May 12, 1653, the Council of War met at Plymouth having re-
ceived intelligence from the Commissioners at Boston " of
theire agitations about and conserning a warr with the Duch
in these /tes of America." Warrants were issued for the
pressing of 60 men "able and fitt for warr," and "moreover
two barkques were alsoe pressed to attend the expedition, the
barqe in which George Watson Sayleth, together with him the
mr (master) thereof." June 6, 1660, he was chosen constable
of Plymouth and again June 5, 1672. In 1666 he was a " Ce-
lect man." He was one of the original share-holders in the
Taunton Iron Works in 1653-4. He married in Plymouth in
1635, Phoebe, daughter of Robert and Margaret Hicks, who
died May 22, 1663. He died Jan. 31, 1689, in his eighty-
Phoebe, born ; married Jan. 22, 1656-7, Jonathan Shaw of Plymouth.
Mary, born about 1641; died Dec. i, 1723; married Aug. 21, 1662, Thomas
Leonard of Taunton.
John, born ; died young.
Samuel, born Jan. 18, 1647-8; died Aug. 20, 1649.
*Elizabeth, born Jan. 18, 1647-8; married Nov. 28, 1667, Joseph Williams.
Jonathan, born March 7, 165 1-2; died young.
Elkanah, born Feb. 25, 1655-6; married, 1676, Mercy Hedge, daughter of
William. He was drowned in Plymouth Harbor, Feb. 8, 1689-go.
3. Elizabeth Watson, married Joseph Williams.
4. Mehitable Williams, married Increase Robinson, Jr.
5. Elizabeth Robinson, married Nathaniel Lincoln, Jr.
6. Stephen Lincoln, married Lydia Foster.
I. Nicholas Phillips was one of the first settlers of Ded-
ham, and a signer of the Covenant. At the first recorded
meeting of the proprietors, Aug. 18, 1636, he was one of seven
persons to receive a grant of twelve acres of land. His lot
was located on what is now High Street, not far from the
railroad station. He shortly got into trouble by a somewhat
indiscriminate use of his axe, as the following record reveals :
"Dec 31 1636. Wheras Nicholas Phillips hath felled cteyne
trees wthout his Lott wthout licence contrary to an order
made in that behalfe, Therefore he is fyned to pay unto ye
Collector for the use of ye Town the sum of Ten shillings."
He removed to Weymouth in 1640 ; was made freeman May
13, 1640, and the same day was appointed "a committee for
Weymouth " to the General Court at Boston. He was deacon
in the church. His will was made June 2, 167 1, and proved
Oct. 3, 1672. His eldest son Richard was made executor, and
his brother Henry of Dedham was to act as overseer. We do
not know who his wife was.
Experience, b. May 8, 1641 ; m. King.
Caleb, b. Jan. 22, 1644. (Deceased at time of his father's will.)
Richard, b. ; m. Mary, daughter of Samuel Packard. He was free-
man in 1678. Ensign, June 24, i68q, in Weymouth Military Co.
Joshua, b. about 1647. Was a soldier in 1676, and served on the Connecti-
cut River under Capt. Turner. His will was dated April 10, 1679, and
proved May 2d. He was 32 years of age, and unmarried.
Benjamin, b. . m. Anne . He was a ship carpenter, and lived in
Charlestown. He d. Feb. 13, 1688, and his widow m. Feb. 3, i6g6, Ben-
*Alice, b. ; m. John Shaw.
Hannah, b. ; m. White.
Abigail, b. .
2. Alice Phillips, m. John Shaw.
3. Alice Shaw, m. John Andrews.
4. Alice Andrews, m. Nathaniel Lincoln.
5. Nathaniel Lincoln, Jr., m. Elizabeth Robinson.
6. Stephen Lincoln, m. Lydia Foster.
I. Robert Hicks was in 1616 a fellmonger (leather
dresser), living in Barmundsey Street, Southwark, London.
He came to America in the Fortune., Nov. 21, 162 1, and his
wife Margaret and children followed in the Ann, in the summer
of 1623. He settled in Plymouth, and received a grant of four
acres of land, " that goeth in wth a corner by ye ponde." The
earlier settlers were arranged in " lotts" or companies, for the
more convenient division of the common stock of cattle among
them. To the lot in which Robert Hicks and his family were
included " fell the great white backt cow wch was brought
over with the first in the Ann," and "heere also two shee
Mr. Hicks acquired a considerable estate, as may be seen by
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the records in Plymouth, having possessions on both the north
and south sides of the town ; also at " Heigh Pynes " and
" Hand Creeke."
April 7, 1642, he sold two acres of meadow marsh lying at
the High Pines to Governor William Bradford, its value of four
pounds to be paid in corn or cattle. May 7th of the same year
he deeded to William Brett of " Duxborrow," for a considera-
tion of seven pounds, seven acres of upland at Island Creek,
" in the noock towards the Sea," and the following year con-
veyed his title in the fences, ''this land being almost fenced
about." Oct. 9, 1645, he conveyed to George Partrich two
acres of marsh meadow valued at four pounds, "to be prsently
payd in two hoggs and the rest in corn."
Robert Hicks was one of the freemen " of the Incorporacon
of Plymoth " in 1633, and the same year we find him " rated
for publike use " in the sum of eighteen shillings.
He died March 24, 1647, and his widow in 1665, her will
being dated July 8th, and administration was granted her son-
in-law, George Watson, March 6, 1665-6.
Elizabeth, b. ; m. John Dickarson of Plymouth, July 10, 165 1.
Ephraim, b. ; m. Sept. 13, 1649, Elizabeth, daughter of John How-
land. He was made freeman June 7, 1648, and "died a violent death,"
Dec. 12, 1649. It "^^'^s ordered by the court that his whole estate
" Shalbee improued for the comfort and support of Mistris Margarett
Hickes in her age and widowhood."
Samuel, b. ; m. Sept. 11, 1645, Lydia, daughter of John Doane of
Eastham. He was made freeman March i, 1641-2. He settled in Naw-
sett (Eastham), and June 2, 1646, was appointed constable for that town.
June 7, 1648, he was elected a representative to the General Court, and
was returned again the following year.
Lyulv, b. ; m. Edward Bangs. Oct. 2, 1660, she was fined ten shil-
lings for " being att Quaker meetings."
Daniel, b. ; m. Elizabeth Hanmore of Scituate, Sept. 19, 1657.
*Phoebe, b. ; m. George Watson of Plymouth. She d. May 22, 1663.
2. Phoebe Hicks, m. George Watson.
Elizabeth Watson, m. Joseph Williams.
Mehitable Williams, m. Increase Robinson, Jr.
Elizabeth Robinson, m. Nathaniel Lincoln, Jr.
Stephen Lincoln, m. Lydia Foster.
STEPHEN LINCOLN AND HIS DESCENDANTS.
Stephen Lincoln was born in Rehoboth, Mass., Dec. 3,
175 1. He removed to New Braintree with his father about
1759. He learned the tanner's trade, and may perhaps have
been associated with his elder brother Nathaniel in the busi-
ness. He served in the Revolutionary war from August, 1778,
to February, 1779, in the Rhode Island campaign, in which
General John Sullivan attempted unsuccessfully the siege of
He married in Oakham April 29, 1779, Lydia Foster, daugh-
ter of Lieut. Ebenezer and Hannah (Parlin) Foster. At
this time he settled in Oakham, and built, according to
tradition, a log house on Bogel Hill, where several of his chil-
dren were born. This was in the vicinity of the farm owned
by his father-in-law, which he had bought and settled upon in
1756. March 6, 1783, Stephen Lincoln purchased of the estate
of Silas Hill, a tract of ninety-two acres, upon which he was
probably then living, at a cost of ;^2oi. Nov. 9, 1787, he
bought of Ala Adams of Natick fifty acres more adjoining his
first purchase, and the following year, June nth, Ezi'a Pepper
of New Braintree conveyed to him twenty-five acres in addi-
tion, also adjoining. April 27, 1790, he secured twenty-four
acres more from Nehemiah Putnam of Sutton, it being part of
the farm once owned by Thomas Bogel. About 1784 he built
a large house, in the fashion of the day, which is still standing
in a good state of preservation, on the north side of the road
leading from Rutland to Barre Plains. It is located at the foot
r "■■ /
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of a hill, on the top of which is the house formerly occupied
by Lieutenant Foster, his father-in-law, and in which his wife
was born. This has now passed into the hands of strangers.
An excellent picture of the house as it now appears is given as
the frontispiece of
this book, and is
from a photograph
taken Sept. 11, 1894,
by Mr. Charles L.
Goodwin of Hart-
ford. The fine old
being hidden by the
dense growth of
shrubbery that sur-
rounds the house, a
separate picture of
it is given.
He erected a tan-
nery nearly oppo-
site his dwelling,
and conducted that
business in connec-
tion with his farm-
that in the chimney
of this building he
concealed his mon-
ey, placed in an old shoe, during the time the British
General Burgoyne's army was barracked at Rutland, near
by, in the days of the Revolutionary war. Stephen Lin-
coln was a member of the Oakham Congregational church,
and was chosen chorister June 17, 1779. He held the
office of highway surveyor in 1781, 1792, and 1798. He was
warden in 1784, and selectman in 1791 and 1798. He is re-
membered as a man of imposing appearance, large and tall,
while his wife was small of stature. The portrait of Mr. Lin-
coln here given, is from a pencil sketch made a few years
-g LINCOLN GENEALOGY.
before his death, by Miss Elizabeth Davis of Boston. It is the
only picture of him extant, and is said to have been an excel-
lent likeness. He died in Oakham March i6, 1840, and his
wife died April 8, 1839. They are buried in the cemetery
on the Barre Plains road, about two miles northwesterly from
Oakham Center. The following simple inscriptions are to be
seen on their gravestones:
. r, DIED
MARCH 16 1840 „ „
APRIL 8 1830
It will be observed that Stephen Lincoln's age at death as
recorded on the stone is erroneous. He was 89 at the time of
his death. A fact worth calling attention to is the large num-
ber of his grandchildren. There were sixty-five, a large num-
ber of them attaining mature years. The children were all
born in Oakham.
Abner, b. Feb. 11, 1780.
Hannah, b. Sept. 25, 1781; m. Amos Hunter.
Lydia, b. March 2, 1784; m. Adin Davis.
Lucy, b. Oct. 23, 1786; m. Enoch Goodale.
Elizabeth, b. Sept. 7, 1788; m. Luther Hunter.
Levi, b. Nov. 3, 1790.
Stephen, b. Nov. 29, 1792.
viil. Sarah, b. May 19, 1795; m. Loren Haskell.
IX. Justus, b. May 20, 1797.
Mary, b. Dec. 17, 1799; d. unmarried at Elizabeth, N. J.,
Nov. 7, 1882.
XI. Louisa, b. Feb. 3, 1803; m. Abram F. Robinson.
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CHILDREN OF STEPHEN AND LYDIA (FOSTER) LINCOLN, (i;
Abner Lincoln, born in Oakham, Feb. ir, 1780; died in
North Brookfield, Mass., Jan. 31, 1857. He married in Rut-
land, Mass., May 26, 1808, Rebecca Smith, daughter of James
and Mary (Browning) Smith of Rutland. She was born in that
town Jan. 16, 1786, and died in Hubbardston, Mass., Feb. 8,
1867. The children were all born in Oakham.
Almira, b. April 21, 1809; d. in Oakham Aug. 31, 1845.
Alonzo, b. Nov. 3, 1810.
James Smith, b. Sept. 22, 1812.
Emory, b. Aug. 12, 1815.
Maria Denny, b. INIay 14, 1817; m. Amasa G Davis.
Abner, b. May 12, 1819.
Martha Gray, b. April 11, 1821; m. Frederic A. Potter.
VIII. Julia Ann, b. Sept. 20, 1823; m. James Miller.
IX. Emeline, b. Feb. 5, 1827; m. Dr. Chauncey P. Fitch.
X. Horatio Bardwell, b. April 12, 1829.
Mr. Lincoln resided in Oakham until a few years previous to
his death, when he passed his time among his children. He
was chiefly engaged in farming, though at one time the pro-
prietor of a tannery. He was a member of the Congregational
Hannah Lincoln, born in Oakham, Sept. 25, 1781 ; died in
Watertown, Mass., April 9, 1858. She married in Oakham,
Aug. 19, 1810, Amos Hunter, son of William Hunter. He was
born July 24, 1781, and died in Rutland, Mass., April 12, 1849.
He was a farmer. The children were all born in Oakham.
23. I. Daniel Tomlinson Hunter, b. June 29, 1811; d. in Spring-
field, Mass., Feb. 27, 1873. He m. in North Brookfield,
Oct. 18, 1837, Elizabeth Whiting, daughter of Josiah and
Merial (Prouty) Whiting. She was b. in North Brookfield
Feb. 9, 1813, and d. there Oct. 24, 1894. Mr. Hunter was
a resident of Springfield.
^O LINCOLN GENEALOGY.
Levi Lincoln Hunter, born Jan. 30, 1813.
Ira Hunter, b. Oct. 23, 1814.
Mary Ann Hunter, b. Aug. 2, 1816; d. in Newton, Mass.,
April 21, 1877.
Harrison Amos Hunter, b. July 10, 1818.
Louisa Lincoln Hunter, b. April 18, 1820; resides in New-
Twins (son and daughter), b. Nov. 9, 1822; d. same day.
George Emery Hunter, b. Oct. 15, 1823.
Martha Lucena Hunter, b. Sept. 14, 1826; m. Preston
Lydia Lincoln, born in Oakham, March 2, 1784; died there
Oct. 26, 1847. She married in that town, March 15, 1808, Adin
Davis, son of Deacon John Davis. He was born in Oakham
March 23, 1784, and died in Leicester, Mass., July 2, 1863.
The children were born in Oakham.
*32. I. Catherine Smith Davis, b. July 23, 1809; m. Josephus
George Davis, b. March 4, 1811.
Elizabeth Lincoln Davis, b. May 25, 18 12; m. Alonzo
Mary Jane Davis, b. Oct. 24, 1813; m. James Stone.
Lydia Lincoln Davis, b. Jan. 20, 18 17 ; m. John S. Smith.
Amelia Melinda Davis, b. Aug. 18, 1818; m. Moses Frink.
Lucy Gates Davis, b Oct. 8, 1821; d. in Leicester June 6,
Larania Davis, b. Sept. 8, 1823; d. in Oakham Dec. 20, 1856.
John Augustine Davis, b. Oct. 9, 1825; d. in Oakham
March 2, 1853.
*4i. X. Samuel Gates Davis, b. June 7, 1832.
Mr. Davis always resided in Oakham until about four years
before his death, when he removed to Leicester and lived with
his daughter, Lydia Smith. \n his earlier life he was engaged
in teaming between New Braintree and Boston, but later, and
during the greater part of his life, he carried on the business
of blacksmith and wheelwright.
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Lucy Lincoln, born in Oakham, Oct. 23, 1786 ; died in
Saco, jSIaine, Sept. 22, 1822. She married in Oakham July 19,
1814, Enoch Goodale, son of David and Dorothy (Newton)
Goodale of that town. He was born in West Boylston, Mass.,
Nov. 16, 1786, and died in Saco, March 4, 1874.
Stephen Lincoln Goodale, b. Aug. 14, 1S15.
Sarah Temple Goodale, b. Oct. 26, 1817; m. William
Lucy Goodale, b. Oct. 28, 18 19, in Saco ; d. there Dec.
Lucy Lincoln Goodale, b. Sept. 16, 1S21, in Saco ; d.
there Aug. 12, 1822.
Mr. Goodale removed with his parents in 1793 from West
Boylston to Oakham, and in 1803 went with his oldest brother,
Ephraim, to Orrington, Penobscot County, Maine, where he re-
mained two or three years and then returned to Oakham.
After his marriage in 1814, he removed to Quampegan (now
South Berwick), Maine, and in January, 1816, to Saco, where
the remainder of his life was passed. Previous to his residence
in Saco he was connected with his brothers in the publishing
and book-selling business, and in Saco, for twenty years, he had
a book store, also dealing in paints, oils, and drugs. About
1837 he bought a farm, disposing of his store to his son, and
lived as a farmer until within a few years of his death. (Mr.
Goodale married (2d) in Saco, Jan. 6, 1824, Hannah, daughter
of Tristram, Jr., and Sarah (Scamman) Jordan. She was born
in Saco, Feb. 19, 1794, and died there March 4, 1850. He
married (3d) in Oakham Dec. 26, 1850, Mrs. Catherine (Davis)
French, who died in Saco, Jan. 21, 1858, aged 72 years.)
Elizabeth Lincoln, born in Oakham, Sept. 7, 1788 ; died
in New York City, Aug. 6, 1853 ; she married in Oakham
March 28, 1813, lAither Hunter, son of Andrew and Dolly
(Howe) Hunter. He was born in North Brookfield, July 19,
1789, and died in Oakham Aug. 24, 1847. The children were
born in Oakham.
46. I. Child, b. May 23, 1814; d. same day.
47. II. Marshal L. Hunter, b. Aug. 17, 1815 ; d. in Oakham,
March 17, 1816.
48. III. Child, b. Sept. 23, 1816 ; d. same day.
49. IV. Luther Hunter, b. Nov. 14, 1817 ; d. in young manhood.
*5o. V. Elizabeth Robinson Hunter, b. May 12, 1822 ; m. Amos
*5i. VI. Charles Edwin Hunter, b. April 4, 1824.
52. vii. Lucy Gilbert Hunter, b. May 2, 1826 ; d. in Elizabeth,
*53. viii. George Andrew Hunter, b. Nov. i, 1S28.
Levi Lincoln, born in Oakham, Nov. 3, 1790; died in Hart-
ford, Conn., Jan. 31, 1868; he married in Rutland, Mass., July
9, 1816, Malinda Miles, daughter of Barzillai and Sarah (Reed)
Miles of Rutland. She was born in that town July 7, 1795,
and died in Hartford, April 12, 1883.
George Stanley, b. Oct. 2, 1818.
Sarah King, b. July 28, 1822 ; m. Festus C. Felt.
Charles Levi, b. March 12, 1825.
Mary Elizabeth, b» Aug. 17, 1827 ; m. Charles S. Goodwin.
Theodore Miles, b. March 16, 1830, in Hartford; d. there
Feb. 25, 1863. He m. in Hartford, April 2, 1857, Mary
Jane Winship, daughter of Joseph and Mary (Ives) Winship.
She was born in Hartford, Nov. 25, 1833, and now resides
there. Mr. Lincoln was an iron manufacturer. They had
Levi Lincoln went to Boston when a young man and en-
gaged there as a gold-beater, but about 1813 removed to Hart-
ford, Conn., and followed for a few years the business of
manufacturing hand cards. He subsequently returned to Bos-
ton, but came again to Hartford about 1828 where he perma-
nently settled, and in 1832 became agent of the Hartford Card
Manufactory then located on Ann street. Machine cards
were made by a machine invented by Mr. Amos Whittemore of
Cambridge, for which he took a patent in 1797. Mr. Lincoln
made improvements upon the card-making machine that
remain to this day. At one time the concern on Ann street
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had on its books the names of nine hundred women and
children, scattered about the country, who were employed
at odd times in setting the wire teeth of the cards. Mr. Lin-
coln's improvement for punching holes in the leather and
inserting the teeth by a continuous process, put an end to this
domestic industry. Mr. Lincoln invented the hook and eye
machine, the Lincoln molasses gate, now very largely used, the
Lincoln lathe, the Lincoln milling machine, friction and split
Li 1834 he established on Arch street the works subse-
quently known as The. Phoenix Iron Works, and in 1841 became
associated with his son under the name of George S. Lincoln
& Co., and a large business in the manufacture of lathes,
pulleys, shafting, and small tools resulted. Gun tools of
recognized superiority were made in large quantities for the
armories of Europe and the United States. A good deal of
machinery for silk mills was also made here. About 1846 Mr.
Lincoln became deeply interested in experiments for discover-
ing the utilities of electro-plating, and a new and valuable line
of business was developed, in the hands of Mr. William Rogers,
with whom he had been associated in this direction. In 1859
he retired from active business, and for some years before his
death was the victim of persistent and protracted ill-health.
Mr. Lincoln was for many years a member of Dr. Bushnell's
church, and later of the South Congregational church.
Stephen Lincoln, Jr., born in Oakham, Nov. 29, 1792;
died there Oct. 25, 1S86. He married in Princeton, Mass.,
Feb. 6, 1822, Betsey Brooks, daughter of Jonas and Lydia
(Temple) Brooks. She was born in Princeton Feb. 16, 1803,
and died in Oakham Oct. 14, 1827. He married (2d) in Oak-
ham April 2, 1829, Martha Ward Skerry, daughter of Capt.
Samuel and Content (Ward) Skerry of Salem, Mass. She was
born in Salem June 6, 1804, and died in Oakham Nov. 5, 1883.
*59. I. ELIZ.A.BETH Wilder, b. Nov. 11, 1S23 ; m. Alfred E. Burt.
*6o. n. William, b. Feb. 27, 1S27.
. . LINCOLN GENEALOGY.
Stephen Lincoln was engaged in the manufacture of wire-
work, at first alone, and later, in company with his son, and
after the death of the latter entered into partnership with
Hon. Moses O. Avers. In the earlier days of the business the
product was drawn by team to Boston, 60 miles distant. Mr.
Lincoln served in the war of 181 2 as a sergeant in the Wash-
ington Grenadiers, a company composed of men from Oakham
and New Braintree and attached to the Third Regiment, First
Brigade, Seventh Division of Massachusetts Volunteer Militia.
This company was called into service in the war of 1812, and
marched from Oakham Common September 11, 1814, proceeded
to Boston and remained in service until November 7th. Mr.
Lincoln was a member of the Oakham Congregational church ;
assistant superintendent of the Sunday-school at its organiza-
tion in 1818, and for many years following. He was highway
surveyor in 1817 and 1821.
Sarah Lincoln, born in Oakham, May 19, 1795 ; died there
March 15, 185 1. She married in Oakham Feb. 2, 1819, Loren
Haskell, son of Simeon and Ruth (Haskell) Haskell of Oak-
ham. He was born in North Brookfield June 8, 1794, and died
in Oakham Aug. 30, 1872. The children, with the exception of
the first, were born in Oakham.
61. I. Charles Loring Haskell, b. Nov. 9, 1S19, in Athol, Mass.
Enlisted Aug i, 1862, in Company K, 36th Regiment
Massachusetts Volunteers, and was killed at Fort Mahon,
Petersburg, April 2, 1865.
62. 11. Simeon Avery Haskell, b. May 25, 1821 ; d. in Oakham,
Oct. 8, 1845.
63. \\\. Mary Lincoln Haskell, b. Aug. i, 1823. Resides in Oak-
*64. IV. Lewis Nelson Haskell, b. June 27, 1827.
*65. V. William Hartwell Haskell, b. June 7, 1829
66. VI. Sarah Jane Haskell, b. Sept. 17, 1S37 ; d. in Oakham Aug.
Mr. Haskell passed his life, with the exception of a few
years in Athol, in his native town. For the first twenty-five
or thirty years of his active life he was engaged in the
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shoe manufacturing business, and afterwards became a farmer.
He was a man of genial disposition, fond of a joke, and quick
at repartee. His political affiliations were with the Whig
party, and afterwards Republican.
Justus Lincoln, born in Oakham, May 20, 1797 ; died in
Rutland Nov. 20, 1875. He married in Boston, Mass., Nov.
24, 1823, Maria Watson, She was born in New York Aug. 18,
1799, and died in Rutland Sept. 28, 1842.
William Henry, b. Aug. 19, 1825.
John Kent, b. July 5, 1S28. ,
Maria Louisa, b. March 17, 1831 ; m. Rufus B. Miles.
Albert Watson, b. June 2, 1833.
*7i. V. Charles Davis, b. Dec. 26, 1836.
Justus Lincoln lived for a time in Dorchester, Mass., then,
in 1S27, removed to Worcester, where he remained several
years, removing, before 1833, to Hartford, Conn., where he
stayed but a short time, however, and then, after a few years in
Oakham, settled in Rutland. In early life he was gold-beater
by trade, but afterwards took up farming. He was much in-
terested in music and was well known as a singer and teacher.
For several years he was leader of the choir in the old South
church in Boston, and served in the same capacity in several
Louisa Lincoln, born in Oakham, Feb. 3, 1S03; died there
Sept. 18, 1881. She married in Oakham, July 29, 1830, Abram
Fay Robinson, son of John and Susanna (Fay) Robinson. He
was born in Oakham, Oct. 3, 1805, and died in Cincinnati, Ohio,
May I, 1843. He was a book publisher. The children were
born in Cincinnati.
72. I. Marshall Abram Robinson, born June 20, 1831 ; died in
Cincinnati, Aug. 31, 1832.
73. II. Maria Louisa Robinson, born Aug. 26, 1S33 ; died in Oak-
ham, Oct. 3, 1852.
74. III. William Lincoln Rouinson, born in 1835; died in Oakham,
Aug. 22, 1866, aged 51 years.
75. IV. John F.\y Robinson, born in 1841; died in New York, March
20, 1862, aged 21 years.
76. V. Sarah Elizabeth Robinson, born Jan. 19, 1S43; died in
Louisville, Ky., July 23, 1888. She married in Elizabeth,
N. J., Oct. 25, 1887, Rev. Herbert A. Loring, and lived in
CHILDREN OF ABNER AND REBECCA (SMITH) LINCOLN. (2)
Alonzo Lincoln, born in Oakham, Mass., Nov. 3, 1810;
died in North Brookfield, Mass., Nov. 20, 1894. He married,
April 4, 1837, in New Salem, Mass., Elizabeth Dean, daughter
of Richard and Mehitabel (Rounds) Dean. She was born in
New Salem, Jan. 11, 1811, and died in Oakham, Aug. 15, 185 1.
He married (2d) in Oakham, Jan. 13, 1853, Abigail Phifield,
daughter of Edward and Abigail (French) Phifield of Haver-
hill, N. H. She was born in Bolton, C. E., May 20, 1834, and
died, Oct. 17, 18S4. Mr. Lincoln was engaged in farming
operations in Oakham until 1882, when he retired from active
business and removed to North Brookfield.
*77. I. Horace Wakefield, born March 7, 1838.
*78. II. Frederic Allen, born May 20, 1840.
James Smith Lincoln, born in Oakham, Sept. 22, 1812;
resides in Sunderland, Mass. He married in New Salem, Mass.,
March 11, 1841, Almira Dean, sister of his brother Alonzo's
wife. She was born in New Salem, May 22, 18 14, and died in
Sunderland, April 8, 1880. He married (2d) in Amherst,
Mass., Jan. 11, 1882, Mrs. Mary Wilson Kidder, widow of John
Eddy Kidder of Amherst, and daughter of John and Drusilla
(niUman) Nims of liuckland, Mass. Mr. Lincoln is a farmer.
He resided in his native place until 1847, when he removed to
New Salem, and in 1856 to Sunderland. His children were
born in New Salem and died in Sunderland.
79. I. Clara Almira, born Nov. 24, 1850; died Jan. 22, 1864.
80. II. Marshall James, born Oct. 12, 1854; died Jan. 17,1864.
Emory Lincoln, born in Oakham, Aug. 12, 1815 ; died in
Longmeadow, Mass., Feb. 15, 1863. He married in Long-
meadow, Nov. 17, 1842, Elizabeth Frances Keep, daughter of
Heber and Elizabeth (Benton) Keep. She was born in Long-
meadow, Oct. 29, 1819, and died in Windsor, Conn., Feb. 18,
81. I. Elizabeth Benton, born in Oakham, June 25, 1844 ; married
in Millbury, Mass., Feb. 11, 18S0, Walter Willard Loomis,
son of Willard and Abigail (Warner) Loomis of Windsor,
Conn., as his second wife. He was born in Windsor, June
27, 1830, and is a farmer in that town.
*82. II. Caroline Maria, born in Oakham, Dec. 27, 1845 ; married
Rev. David Casler.
*83. III. George Emory, born in Oakham, Oct. 11, 1849.
84. IV. Flora Estelle, born in Longmeadow, Dec. 21, 1856 ; died
there, Oct. 8, 1863.
Maria Denny Lincoln, born in Oakham, May 14, 1817 ;
died at the City Hospital, Worcester, Dec. 4, 1883, from the
effect of injuries received in a railroad accident. She married
in Oakham, July i, 1852, Amasa Gay Davis, son of Silas and
Patty (Pierce) Davis of Hubbardston, Mass. He was born in
Hubbardston in 1812, and died in Millbury, Mass., Jan. 29,
1888. He was a farmer in Hubbardston.
*85. I. Alice Maria Davis, born Feb. i, 1854; married Amos Armsby.
86. II. Charles Sumner Davis, born June 7, 1859, in Hubbard-
ston ; died there July 16, i860.
Mr. Davis resided in his native town until 1884, when he re-
moved to Millbury. In early life he learned the tanner's trade.
.g LINCOLN GENEALOGY.
but the greater part of his life was spent as a farmer. In 1842
he united with the Congregational Church in Hubbardston,
and remained a consistent member until his death. He and
his wife faithfully set apart a tenth of their income for the ser-
vice of the Lord.
Abner Lincoln, Jr., born in Oakham, May 12, 1819 ; re-
sides in Philadelphia, Pa., at 998 North Sixth street. He mar-
ried in New Salem, Mass., Oct. 22, 1850, Nancy Cutler Wheeler,
daughter of Nathan and Esther (Fish) Wheeler. She was born
in New Salem, April 30, 1830. The children, except the first,
were born in Philadelphia.
S7. I. Ida Maria, born Aug. 19, 1851, in New Salem ; died in Phil-
adelphia, April 30, 1870.
88. n. Flora Evelyn, born Aug. 30, 1853.
89. in. Edward Abner, born Aug. 9, 1855 ; died in Philadelphia,
June 27, 1S72.
*90. IV. Emma Louise, born July 30, 1S57 ; married James P. D.
91. V. WiLLiA.M Henry, born May 27, i860; married in Philadelphia,
Feb. 23, 1SS5, Jane Gould, daughter of John Henry and
Amelia (Gustard) Gould of London, Eng. She was born in
Philadelphia, Sept. 14, i860. Mr. Lincoln is engaged with
his father in the manufacture of furniture. No children.
*92. VI. Annie Elizabeth, born Sept. 13, 1862 ; married George M.
93. VII. Jennie, born Nov. 6, 1864 ; died in Philadelphia, April 28,
94. vin. Clarence WvMAN, born Oct. 28, 1866; graduated from Yale
College in 18S8, and in 1893 from the Medical School of the
University of Pennsylvania, and is a practicing physician in
Philadelphia, at 2520 Columbia avenue.
95. IX. Hkruert Mitchell, born May 16, 1S70.
Abner Lincoln, Jr., when a young man was employed in
farming, and continued in that occupation until February,
1844, when he went to Philadelphia and entered into the
service of his uncle, James Smith, in the card clothing busi-
ness. Here he remained four years, then engaged in the lum-
l)er business, and in 1851 built a mill for the manufacture of
turnilure at 409 Brown street, and in this business, now grown
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to large proportions, he has since continued, and at the present
time is associated with his son William, under the firm name of
A. Lincoln & Son. Mr. Lincoln connected himself with the
Central Presbyterian church on his arrival in Philadelphia ;
was elected trustee in 1862, and has been for many years the
president of the Board. In 1866 he was elected elder, and is
now the senior member of that body.
Martha Gray Lincoln, born in Oakham, April 11, 182 1 ;
resides in Worcester, Mass. She married in Oakham, Aug. 25,
1853, Frederic Augustus Potter, son of Cheney and Lucy
(Hunter) Potter of North Brookfield. He was born in Spencer,
Mass., Oct. II, 1808, and died in North Brookfield, Dec. 31,
1872. He was a farmer in North Brookfield. The children
were born in that town.
*g6. I. Frederic Henry Potter, born Feb. 13, 1S55.
97. II. Mary Lucy Potter, born May 31, 1S58 ; died in North
Brookfield, Aug. 20, 185S.
98. ni. Martha Lincoln Potter, born ]\Iarch 6, 1861 ; resides in
Julia Ann Lincoln, born in Oakham, Sept. 20, 1823; re-
sides in North Brookfield. She married in Oakham, Nov. 23,
1848, James Miller, son of Comfort and Polly (Dane) Miller of
New Braintree, Mass. He was born in New Braintree, June
18, 1823, and is engaged in manufacturing in East Brookfield.
His residence is at North Brookfield, where for many years he
was superintendent of Batcheller's shoe factory. He served
during the Civil War as a corporal in Co. F, 42d Regt. Mass.
Vol. Lifantry. He enlisted Aug. 20, 1862, and was discharged
Aug. 20, 1863.
*99. I. Julia Frances Miller, born Sept. 2, 1849, at New Brain-
tree; married Emerson H. Stoddard.
100. II. Emma Harriet Miller, born March 19, 1S52, at New Brain-
tree ; died Feb. 24, 1854.
*ioi. III. James Edward Miller, born Aug. 24, 1855, at Barre, Mass.
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102. IV. Horatio Lincoln Miller, born ^farch 9, 1861, at North
Brookfield ; married there, June 7, 1S88, Adeline Maria Bur-
rill, daughter of Alfred and Adeline (White) Burrill. She
was born in North Brookfield, Jan. 24, 1861. They reside in
Worcester, where Mr. Miller is clerk in the Sargent Card
103. V. Laura INIaria Miller, born Sept. 14, 1862, in North Brook-
104. VI. Clara Almira IMiller, born July 3, 1864, in North Brook-
field ; died Jan. 20, 1866.
105. VII. Ennii REiiECCA Miller, born Jan. 29, 1868, in North Brook-
field ; married there, Nov. i, 1894, Rev. William Clark Gor-
don of Michigan City, Ind. He is the son of William and
Sarah Jane (Thompson) Gordon ; was born in Ware, Mass,,
Feb. 14, 1865 ; graduated from Yale College in 1888, and
from Yale Divinity School in 1891.
Emeline Lincoln, born in Oakham, Feb. 5, 1827; resides in
New York city at No. 133 West 97th street. She was educated
at Mount Holyoke Seminary and in early life w'as a teacher.
She married in North Brookfield, May 24, 1859, Dr. Chauncey
P. Fitch, son of Chauncey and Nancy (Peckham) Fit^h of Shel-
don, Yt. He was born in Sheldon Jan. 27, 1819, and died in
New York cxty May 19, 1888. He was a graduate of the Uni-
versity of Pennsylvania, and a practitioner of medicine.
106. I. Charles Lincoln Fitch, born Sept. 27, 1861, in Philadel-
phia ; married in Boston, Mass., Feb. 12, 1887, Lottie
Louise Palmer, daughter of Elijah and Laura A. (Winchen-
baugh) Palmer. She was born in Boston Aug. 28, 1867.
Mr. Fitch graduated from Columbia College in 1882, and
adopted the profession of civil engineer. He resides in
Brooklyn, N. Y., at 157 Van Buren street. No children.
107. II. James Chauncey Fitch, born May 24, 1863, in Philadelphia.
108. in. Geor(-,e Walter Fitch, born Jan. 10, 1866, in New York
city; died at Sheldon Springs, Vt., Aug. 15, 1890. He
married in New York, Nov. 13, 1888, Cecile Henrietta
i(j<j. IV. Edwards Dwight Fitch, born Jan. 8, 1S69, in New York
Horatio Bardwell Lincoln, born in Oakham, April 12,
1829 ; resides in Worcester, Mass., at 22 May street. He is
manager of the American Card Clothing Company. He
married in Philadelphia, Sept. 3, 1867, Sallie Louisa Ward,
daughter of Hiram and Mary Ann (Edson) Ward. She was
born in Philadelphia, June 4, 1839. Mr. Lincoln, before he re-
moved to Worcester, was a resident of Philadelphia.
no. I. Mary Ward, born Dec. i6, 1869.
111. II. Hiram Ward, born May 10, 1S72 ; died in Philadelphia
March 4, 1873.
112. III. Helen Ward, born Sept. 20, I S74.
113. IV. Russell Ward, born Oct., 1875 ; died in Philadelphia Oct.
114. V. Horatio Bardwell, born Dec. 16, 1876.
115. VI. Arthur Ward, born Dec. 31, 1883.
CHILDREN OF AMOS AND HANNAH (LINCOLN) HUNTER. (3.)
Levi Lincoln Hunter, born in Oakham, Jan. 30, 1813; died
in Muncie, Lid., Dec. 16, 1S72. He married in Muncie, Nov. 6,
1845, J^i'ie Clapp Wilson, daughter of Osborn and Susan
(Clapp) Wilson of Greenwich, N. Y. She was born in Green-
wich Aug. 26, 1822, and died in Muncie Aug. 8, 1874. Mr.
Hunter went West in early life and settled in Muncie, where
he passed his life engaged in farming. His children were
born in that town.
*ii6. I. Orleana Hunter, born May 2, 1849; married Samuel B.
117. II. DoNN Hunter, born June 15, 1854 ; is unmarried and resides
Ira Hunter, born in Oakham, Oct. 23, 1814; died in West
Newton, Mass., March 13, 1868. He married in Oakham, March
25, 1840, Susan Bullard, daughter of William and Rebecca
(Clark) Bullard. She was born in Oakham, Feb. 28, 181 9, and
now resides in West Newton.
[-2 LINCOLN GENEALOGY.
*ii8. I. Frank Emory Hunter, born Dec. 13, 1846.
♦iig. II. Carrie Louise Hunter, born March 13, 1851 ; married John
Mr. Hunter spent his minority in his native town, then re-
moved to Worcester where he remained twelve years. The
balance of his life was passed in West Newton where he was
an active member of the Second Congregational Church. He
was engaged in the packing business at Muncie, Ind., and spent
three months each winter in that city.
Harrison Amos Hunter, born in Oakham, July 10, 1818;
died in Bakersfield, Vt., Jan. 22, 1872. He married in Bakers-
field, May 13, 1846, Lucy Maria Houghton, daughter of Joel
and Lucy Wilder (Houghton) Houghton. She was born in
Bakersfield May 3, 1828, and died in Fairfax, Vt., May 25,
1862. Mr. Hunter was a provision dealer in Bakersfield.
*i2o. I. Arthur Leroy Hunter, b. Feb. 23, 1847.
121. II. Emma Diana Hunter, b. June 23, 1849, i'"* Bakersfield;
d. there Nov. 19, 1850.
*i22. III. William Harrison Hunter, b. Nov. 20, 1851.
*123. IV. Mary Isabell Hunter, b. Aug. 10, 1854; m. Edwin A.
124. v. Freddie Houghton Hunter, b. Feb. 4, 1857, in Fairfax;
d. in Concord, Mass., Dec. 16, 1865.
George Emery Hunter, born in Oakham, Oct. 15, 1823;
resides in Denver, Col., at 2915 Humboldt street. He mar-
ried in Worcester, Mass., Nov. 24, 1847, Sarah Elizabeth Kim-
ball, daughter of Richard and Elmira (Parker) Kimball of
Andover, Mass. She was born in Millbury, Mass., Oct. 15,
1825, and died in Kansas City, Kan. (Wyandotte), Jan. 16,
1881. He married (2d) in Worcester, Sept. 6, 1883, Mary
Priscilla Reed, daughter of Silas Reed of Orange, N. H. She
was born in Orange Dec. 22, 1833, and died in Kansas City,
Kan., Aug. 13, 1889.
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125. I. George Willis Hunter, b. Dec. 10, 1849, in Watertown,
Mass.; d. in Newton, Mass., Aug. 15, 1871.
126. II. Walter Kimball Hunter, b. Feb. 17, 1855, in Newton;
d. there Oct. 6, i860.
*i27. III. Frederick Lincoln Hunter, b. May 18, 1861.
Mr. Hunter removed with his father's family to Rutland
when he was five years old, remaining there until he was 20,
when he went to Worcester and worked for his brother Ira five
years, then settled in Watertown, Mass., and engaged for him-
self in the provision business, in which enterprise he was very
successful. While a resident of Watertown he and his wife
labored with great zeal to build up the Phillips church. On
account of broken health, he relinquished his business in
Watertown in 1856 and removed to Newton, but while living
there carried on a large packing business at the West, which,
although successful at first, finally, under the stress of hard
times, became a failure. After the Civil War he removed with
his family to St. Louis, Mo., and in 1870 to Southern Kansas,
and in 1874 to Kansas City, where he entered into trade.
After the death of his wife in 1881, he returned to Newton for
a short time, but again went West and settled in Kansas City,
Kan. (then Wyandotte), and engaged in the real estate busi-
ness, remaining until after the death of his second wife, when
he removed to Denver, Col., where he resides with his son.
Martha Lucena Hunter, born in Oakham, Mass., Sept. 14,
1826; died in Dayton, Ohio, June 7, 1892. She married in
Muncie, Ind., Preston Weaver, a native of Dayton. He was a
tanner. He died in Union City, Ind., Feb. 22, 1868.
*i28. I. Carrie Florinde Weaver, b. Sept. 14, 1851; m. John J.
*I29. II. Emma Elizabeth Weaver, b. Oct. 7, 1853; m. Henry H.
130. III. George Lincoln Weaver, b. June 30, 1858, in Greenville,
Ohio. He is unmarried, and lives in Dayton.
131. IV. Mary Louise Weaver, b. July i, i860, in Union City, Ind.;
m. in 1884 at Dayton View, Ohio, Kinsher,
C^ LINCOLN GENEALOGY.
132. V. Katie Lin'coln Wkaver, b. Nov. 20, 1865, in Union City.
133. VI. Susan Francis Weaver, b. Dec. 9, 1868, in Union City;
d. in Dayton Dec. 23, 1894.
CHILDREN OF ADIN AND LYDIA (LINCOLN) DAVIS. (4)
Catherine Smith Davis, born in Oakham, July 23, 1809;
died in Leicester, Mass., May 18, 1848. She married in
Leicester, May 18, 1827, Josephus Woodcock, son of John and
Ruth (Mahuren) Woodcock of Rutland. He was born in Rut-
land March 14, 1805, and died in Leicester July 12, 1886. The
children were born in Leicester.
134. I. Emily Woodcock, b. Feb. 2, 1S32; resides in Leicester.
135. II. Amelia Woodcock, b. Feb. 2, 1S32; d. in Leicester July 10,
136. III. Henry Josephus Woodcock, b. March i, 1S37; d. in Leices-
ter Aug. 31, 1839.
*i37. IV. Caroline Woodcock, b. Oct. 27, 1840; m. Charles A. Denny.
*i38. V. Charles Henry Woodcock, b. Nov. 14, 1842.
Mr. Woodcock married (2d) May i, 1849, Mary Maria Marsh,
who died May 5, 1884. There was one child by this marriage,
Lelia Maria Woodcock, who was born in Leicester July 4, 1853;
married, May i, 1879, Charles Dana Monroe, who is a banker
in Southbridge, Mass. Their children are : L Mary Glover
Monroe, born Oct. 4, 1880; II. Sarah Woodcock Monroe, born
April 14, 1882; III. Paul Dana Monroe, born Feb. 28, 1888.
Mr. Woodcock was for many years selectman of Leicester,
a trustee of Leicester Academy, and representative of the
town in the State Legislature. He was engaged in the manu-
facture of card clothing.
George Davis, born in Oakham, March 4, 181 1; resides in
Newark, N. J. He married in Elizabethport, N. J., April 16,
1845, Sarah Jane Bell, daughter of William and Mary (Graham)
I5ell of New York. She was born in New York Aug. 5, 1825,
and died in Elizabethport Sept. 14, 1865. The children were
born in Elizabeth.
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George Sutherland Davis, b. July 26, 1847.
David Edwin Davis, b. April 18, 185 1.
Annie Elizabeth Davis, b. June 27, 1854; m. Richard B.
Mr. Davis began his business life as a blacksmith in his
native town, where he remained the greater part of the time
until 1845, when he went to Elizabeth, N. J., to take charge of
a department in the works of the Elizabethport Cordage
Company. His mechanical ingenuity was remarkable, and
although the manufacture of rope was to him a new business,
his aptitude in adapting himself to changed conditions was
such, and the application of his inventive genius so conducive
to favorable results, that in a short time the firm was manufac-
turing rope that became famous. In 1861 he was sent to Eng-
land and Scotland to establish similar enterprises there, and
was most successful in its accomplishment. He remained in
the employ of this firm until he was 78 years of age, when he
retired from active employment.
Elizabeth Lincoln Davis, born in Oakham, May 25, 1812;
resides in Leicester, Mass. She married in Leicester, April 10,
1834, Alonzo White, son of Joel and Abigail (Cutting) White,
of Almond, Allegany County, N. Y. He was born in Almond
May 6, 1808, and died in Leicester Jan. 16, 1893. The children
were born in Leicester.
142. I. Joseph Mason White, b. July 20, 1836; d. in Leicester
Aug. 8, 1836.
143. II. Eleanor Cutting White, b. April 17, 1S38; d. in Leicester
Nov. 22, 1862.
*i44. III. Henry Arthur White, b. June 12, 1841.
*i45. IV. Mandana Elizabeth White, b. Feb. 12, 1844; m. George E.
*i46. V. Catherine Emily W'hite, b. Dec. 12, 1S47; m. Braman
*i47. VI. Clarence Alonzo White, b. May 25, 1S51.
Mr. White's father emigrated from Spencer, Mass., to the
New York wilderness in 1808, and settled in Almond, Alle-
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gaiiy County. Alonzo White was born in a log house and re-
mained on the home farm until he was 20 years of age, when
he started out to seek his fortune, in the fall of 1828. He
went to Spencer, Mass., his father's native place, and a year
later to T.eicester, where he served an apprenticeship in the
card clothing business. In 1836 he commenced business for
himself, the firm at first being Lamb & White. In this busi-
ness he continued until 1888. Mr. White was for many years
a member of the Leicester Congregational church. He served
the town as selectman, assessor, and school committee, and
for a time was a director in the Leicester bank.
Mary Jane Davis, born in Oakham, Oct. 24, 1813; died in
Leicester June 25, 1888. She married in Leicester, May 27,
1835, James Stone, son of Samuel and Hannah (Craige) Stone,
of Oxford, Mass. He was born in Oxford July 20, 181 1, and
resides in Leicester.
148. I. George Lymax Stone, b. in Springfield July 24, 1836; m. in
Spencer, Nov. 28, 1S60, Martha Ann Putnam, daughter
of Andrew and Nancy (Woodward) Putnam. She was b. in
Spencer Feb. 26, 1841. They reside in Leicester.
John Stone, b. April 27, 1839.
James Henry Stone, b. June 2, 1S41.
Oscar Emmons Stone, b. Aug. 3, 1848, in Leicester; d. Jan.
151. V. Ella Jane Stone, b. Nov. 11, 1S51, in Leicester; d. Feb. 25,
152. VI. LiLLA Maria Stone, b. March 2, 1853; d. Aug. 7, 1853.
Lydia Lincoln Davis, born in Oakham, Jan. 20, 1817;
died in Leicester Dec. 30, 1891. She married in Leicester,
Jan. 10, 1850, John Sargent Smith, son of John Adams and
Sarah (Sargent) Smith, of Rutland. He was born in Leicester
Aug. 24, 182 1, and resides in that town. Mr. Smith is engaged
in the card clothing business. He has served the town as
selectman, and for twenty continuous years was a member of
the fire department.
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153. I. Frank Adams Smith, b. Jan. 15, 1852; d. Sept. 5, 1853.
154. II. Sarah Lincoln Smith, b. Nov. 2, 1854; d. Dec. 11, 1876.
155. ' III. Homer Sargent Smith, b. Sept. 29, 1858; d. Nov. 3, 1859.
Amelia Melinda Davis, born in Oakham, Aug. 18, 1818 ;
resides in Holyoke, Mass. She married in Springfield, April 3,
1844, Moses Frink, son of Giles and Mary (Brown) Frink. He
was born in Springfield Jan. 9, 181 7, and died in Chicopee,
Mass., Nov. 10, 1868. He was a farmer. The children were
born in Chicopee.
*i56. I. Herbert Josephus Frink, b. Jan. 10, 1851.
*i57. II. John Davis Frink, b. Dec. i, 1852.
*i58. III. Mary Lizzie Frink, b. May 20, 1856; m. Frank D. Smith.
Samuel Gates Davis, born in Oakham, June 7, 1832 ;
resides in Leicester and is a machinist. He married in Lei-
cester Nov. 22, 1854, Mary Ann Titus, daughter of Vernon and
Mary (Moore) Titus of Leicester. She was born in Millbury,
Mass., April 19, 1833.
159. I. Grace Emily Davis, b. December 2, 1855, in Leicester;
d. in Worcester Oct. 11, 1S56.
160. II. Adin Augustus Davis, b. March 28, 1859, in Elizabeth,
N. J.; d. there Aug. 4, 1862.
*i6i. III. Charles Lincoln Davis, b. March 6, 1861.
162. IV. Lizzie Davis, b. Dec. i, 1862, in New York city; d. in
Leicester Aug. 25, 1884.
163. V. Frederick Eugene Davis, b. Sept. 28, 1865, in Leicester;
d. there June 7, 1S66.
164. VI. William Henry Davis, b. July 31, 1S67, in Leicester;
graduated from the School for Christian Workers, in Spring-
field, in 1892, and is engaged as Secretary of the Y. M. C.
A. in Greenfield, Mass.
165. VII. Mary Louise Davis, b. Dec. 7, 186S, in Leicester.
166. viii. Samuel John Davis, b. Aug. 26, 1875, in Leicester; d. there
Sept. 30, 1875.
167. IX. Walter Gates Davis, b. Oct. 4, 1878, in Leicester; d. there
Nov. 2, 1878,
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CHILDREN OF ENOCH AND LUCY (LINCOLN) GOODALE. (5)
Stephen Lincoln Goodale, born in Quampegan (South
Berwick), Maine, Aug. 14, iSi5. Resides in Saco, Maine. He
married in liangor, Sept. 23, 1838, Prudence Aiken Nourse,
daughter of Benjamin Jr. and Mary (Goodale) Nourse. She
was born in Bangor Dec. 8, 1820, and died in Saco Jan. 21,
1885. The children were born in Saco.
*i68. I. George Lincoln Goodale, b. Aug. 3, 1839.
169. n. Caroline Hopkins Goodale, b. May 3, 1842; resides in
*i7o. III. Benjamin Nourse Goodale, b. Aug. 5, 1845.
171. IV. Walter Temple Goodale, b. Sept. 7, 1751 ; graduated from
Bowdoin College in 1874 ; was a teacher for some years in
Colorado and California ; graduated from Harvard Medical
School in 1888, and is now engaged in the practice of
medicine in Saco.
*i72. V. Alfred Montgomery Goodale, b. Dec. 20, 1S55.
Mr. (roodale's father removed to Saco the year following his
son's birth, where he followed his trade of bookbinder, adding
to this the sale of books and, as was the custom then, of
medicines. From his earliest youth the inquiring and studious
lad was surrounded by books and chemicals, and was brought
into contact with many physicians and teachers who frequented
his father's shop. His taste for investigation was stimulated
by the preceptor of the newly established Thornton Academy,
in which he afterwards received a sound preparatory educa-
tion. Instead of proceeding to college as did most of his
classmates he returned to assist in the composite business
of his father until his relinquishment to the son in 1837, mak-
ing himself acquainted with all of its details, and entering with
zeal into special chemical studies connected with pharmacy
and agriculture. Inheriting rural tastes, needing open air
e.Kercise, and desiring more land than a town garden spot,
he bought in 1841 the place where he has since lived. Here
during more than forty years were carried on experiments in
the applications of science to plant life not only in agriculture,
but forestry, fruit, and flower culture, and artificial fer-
tilizers. In 1856 the legislature created a State Board of
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Agriculture. Being strongly urged to accept its secretaryship
he reluctantly consented, but becoming deeply interested in
the work continued his service by unanimous re-elections until
1873. His published works, covering a period of more than
twenty years, touch every branch of modern agriculture, and
are filled with sagacious suggestions which render many of them
even now of high value. One of his special studies in regard
to the principles of breeding domestic animals was published
in 1 86 1. In this work his wide information, his sagacity, and
his mature judgment are very conspicuous. He has given
special attention to the subject of artificial fertilizers adapted
to the needs of farmers in Maine, and he has been fortunate in
extending the range of utility of certain phosphates hitherto
thought to be of little importance. The vigor of his intellect
and his persistence in study are best shown by his acquisition
of the German language, sufficiently for his scientific reading,
at the age of sixty-five. During ten years he served as a
trustee and ten more as vice-president, and for more than
twenty years as president of the Saco and Biddeford Savings
Institution. In his eightieth year his alertness of mind is not
impaired. He takes constantly a deep interest in all scientific
and social questions.
Sarah Temple Goodale, born in Saco, Oct. 26, 1817 ;
died in Wakefield, Mass., May 31, 1884. She married in Saco
May 15, 1843, William Montgomery, son of James and Mary
(Mclnnis) Montgomery. He was born at Blantyre Mills,
Lannarkshire, Scotland, March 3, 1820.
173. I. James Montgomery, b. Feb. 23, 1844, in Matteawan, N. Y. ;
m. in Yonkers, N. Y., May 2, 1872, Elizabeth Shaw Ber-
wick, daughter of James and Mary (Laurie) Berwick of
Yonkers. She was b. in Tarrytown,- N. Y., Aug. 30, 1846.
They reside in New York city. Mr. Montgomery is a
mechanical engineer. He enlisted Aug. 12, 1862, and
served as a private in the First New York Mounted Rifles
until discharged June 12, 1865.
174. II. Lucy Lincoln Montgomery, b. Jan. i, 1846, in Craigville,
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175. III. Margaret Augusta Montgomery, b. Aug. 26, 1S48, in
Craigville; m. in Wakefield, Mass., Sept. i, 1SS6, Greenleaf
Austin Goodale, son of Ephraim Jr. and Lucinda Larned
(Martyn) Goodale. He was born in Orrington, Maine, July
4, 1S39. He enlisted in May, 1861, in the 6th INIaine
Infantry, was appointed first lieutenant in the 5th Infantry
Corps d'Afrique in January, 1S64, captain loth U. S.
Heavy Artillery the same year, and mustered out Nov. 10,
1866, in order to accept a first lieutenancy in the 23d U. S.
Infantry. \Yas promoted to be captain June 25, 1878.
They live at San Antonio, Texas.
176. IV. Mary Goodale Montgomery, b. Jan. g, 1851, in Craigville;
m. in Saco July 2q, 1880, William Frederic Slocum, Jr., son
of William Frederic and Margaret (Tinker) Slocum of New-
tonville, Mass. He was b. in Grafton, Mass., July 29, 1851.
Graduated from Amherst College in 1S74 ; Andover Theolog-
ical Seminary in 1878, and is president of Colorado College.
They reside at Colorado Springs, Colorado.
177. V. Elizabeth Robinson Montgomery, b. May i, 1857, in
Yonkers ; d. at Colorado Springs, July 17, 1890.
*i7S. VI. William Temple Montgomery, b. Feb. 18, 1859.
179. VII. Sara Helen Montgomery, b. Aug. 11, 1862, in Yonkers.
Mr. Montgomery removed to the United States in 1837, and
settled in Saco. In 1842 he removed to Matteawan, N. Y.,
where he became the superintendent of two cotton mills, his
father and grandfather having been engaged in cotton manu-
facture and he himself brought up in the business. In 1845 he
built a mill at Craigville, N. Y., and was agent there for ten
years. In 1855 he removed to Yonkers, N. Y., and remained
there ten years engaged in the machine business. Then, in
1865, went to Halifax, N. S. In 1883 he returned to the
United States and settled in Wakefield, Mass., his present resi-
dence. He has been for ten or more years engaged in the life
insurance business, having an ofifice in Boston. While a resi-
dent of Halifax he was elected an alderman of the city and
held this position for two years, and was also an elder in the
Presbyterian cluircli there.
CHILDREN OF LUTHER AND ELIZABETH (LINCOLN)
Elizabeth Robinson Hunter, born in Oakham, May 12,
1822 ; ilietl in l-^lizahelh, N. J., April 4, 1891. She married in
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New York city Oct. 8, 185 1, Amos Clark, Jr., son of Amos and
Sarah Halsey (Meeker) Clark of Westfield, N. J. He was born
in Brooklyn, N. Y., Nov. 8, 1828, and for a long period of time
was a resident of Elizabeth, though now living in New York.
All but the first two children were born in Elizabeth.
iSo. I. Charles Joshua Clark, b. July 29, 1S52, in New York ; d.
there July 15, 1853.
William Amos Clark, b. April 25, 1854.
Alfred Hunter Clark, b. May 6, 1856.
Samuel Arthur Clark, b. Nov. 2, 185S.
Elizabeth Lincoln Clark, b. Jan. 7, 1861.
VI. SiGOURNEY Fay Clark, b. Aug. 9, 1863.
Abraham Lincoln Clark, b. July 17, 1S65.
Hon. Amos Clark, Jr., well known as a public man, com-
menced his political career in 1866 as a member of the city
council of Elizabeth. He was elected the same year to the
State Senate and served until 1869. In 1872 he was elected to
Congress on the Republican ticket and served one term, and
it is said of him that no representative of his district ever did
so much, directly or indirectly, for its commercial interests.
He has been identified with most of the prominent enterprises
in Elizabeth. He established and for fourteen years was
president of the First National Bank. He was also the founder
and president of the National Fire &: Marine Insurance Com-
pany. The Newark & Elizabeth Horse Railroad Company was
also the result of his enterprise, and he held until 1872 the
office of its president. He was prominent in the establishment
of the State Agricultural Society and for years practically
carried it through all its difficulties, and until within a
few years was its president. His latest financial venture was
the establishment of the Citizens' Bank, of which he is now
president. He is and has been widely interested in real estate
projects, and much of the prosperity of Elizabeth is due to
Charles Edwin Hunter, born in Oakham, April 4, 1824;
died in Elizabeth, May 18, 1888. He married in Leicester,
Nov. 25, 1847, Elizabeth S. Woodcock, daughter of Sanford M.
52 LINCOLN GENEALOGY.
and Susan (Black) Woodcock. She was born in Leicester, Dec.
2, 1824, and resides in Elizabeth. Mr. Hunter was a merchant
in New York city. The children, except the last, were born
in New York.
1S7. I. Isabella Hunter, b. Oct. 10, 1S48 ; d. in New York, Nov.
*i88. II. Emily Maria Hunter, b. June 14, 185 1 ; m. Samuel W.
Charles Luther Hunter, b. Sept. 27, 1853.
George Francis Hunter, b. Oct. 24, 1856 ; d. in Elizabeth,
March 21, 1880.
Elizabeth Lincoln Hunter, b. Sept. 18, 1858.
William Lincoln Hunter, b. April 29, 1861.
Ida Bell Hunter, b. Oct. 23, 1S63.
Walter Goodale Hunter, b. Dec. 10, 1S67, in Elizabeth.
George Andrew Hunter, born in Oakham, Nov. i, 1828;
died in Bayonne City, N. J., Jan. 15, 1874. He married in
Elizabeth, Oct. 8, 1853, Elizabeth Meeker Clark, sister of his
sister Elizabeth's husband. She was born in Westfield, N. J.,
Nov. 12, 1833, and resides in New York city at No. 27 East
6ist street. The children were born in New York.
195. I. Isabella Hunter, b. March 28, 1855.
196. II. George M. Hunter, b. Sept. 14, 1S62.
CHILDREN OF LEVI AND MALINDA (MILES) LINCOLN. (7.)
George Stanley Lincoln, born in Boston, Mass., Oct. 2,
1818 ; died in Hartford, Conn., April 2, 1894. He married in
Hartford, Jan. 30, 1842, Mary Sophia Packard, daughter of
Caleb Leach and Phila (Pease) Packard. She was born in
Hartford, Sept. 21, i82i,and died there Aug. 9, 1847. He mar-
ried (2d) in Hartford, Oct. 23, 1848, Elizabeth Barnard Pack-
ard, sister of his former wife. She was born in Hartford, Oct.
14, 1826, and resides in that city. The children were born in
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197. I. George Francis, b. Feb. 16, 1850 ; m. in New Rochelle, N.
Y., Sept. 4, 1879, Ella Willerine Lockwood, widow of Samuel
F. Lockwood of New York, and daughter of James and
Addie M. (Wood) French of that city. She was born in
Brooklyn, N. Y. , Nov. 25, 1850. Mr. Lincoln graduated
from Yale College in 1870, and from Columbia Law School
in 1875. He practiced law for a while in New York ; then
went to Stettin, Germany, as United States consul, and sub-
sequently filled similar official positions at Aix-la-Chapelle,
and at Antwerp, Belgium. He at present resides in Hartford.
*i98. II. Frederick Miles, b. March 19, 1852.
199. III. Mary, b. Nov. 12, 1854; resides in Hartford.
Mr. Lincoln removed with his father to Hartford when he
was eight years of age. In 1841 he organized the firm of
George S. Lincoln &: Co., his father being associated with him,
and five years later his brother Charles was admitted to the
firm, which had become widely known as a manufacturer of
machinery. This business has been conducted to the present
day, without default, compromise, or law-suit — a remarkable
record. In 1884 Mr. Lincoln spent six months abroad for the
benefit of his health, which, however, did not become perma-
nently restored, and the following year he retired from busi-
ness. He subsequently suffered from impaired eyesight, which
gradually increased, until, several years before his death, he
became totally blind — an affliction which he bore with exem-
plary resignation and patience. For forty-eight years he was a
member of what is now known as the Park Church in Hart-
ford, which was formerly, and at the time of his connection
with it, under the pastorate of the famous Dr. Horace Bush-
nell. In his earlier years he served in the State militia, rising
to the grade of lieutenant in the old I>ight Guard, and was subse-
quently promoted to the position of Brigade Inspector on the
staff of General Waterman. Mr. Lincoln served in the Com-
mon Council six years, and two terms as a member of the
Board of Aldermen. He was for thirty-three years a director
in the old Hartford Bank ; was also director in the Orient In-
surance Company, the Syracuse Coal and Salt Company, and
the Spring Grove Cemetery Association. He was one of
Hartford's most influential citizens.
^ LINCOLN GENEALOGY.
Sarah King Lincoln, born in Boston, July 28, 1822 ; died
in Hartford. Sept. 29, 1S55. She married in Hartford, Dec. 9,
1844, Festus C. Felt, son of Jacob and Abigail (Chapin) Felt of
Springfield, Mass. He was born in Springfield, March 8, 1814.
He was, before retiring from business, a merchant tailor,
located first in New York, and subsequently in Hartford and
Brooklyn, in which city he now resides at 441 Gates x\venue.
He married (2d) in Brooklyn, March 24, 1869, Isabella Hill,
daughter of Peter and Margaret (Miller) Hill of Montgomery,
N. Y. She was born in Montgomery, April 3, 1819.
200. I. Sarah IMalinda Felt, b. Oct. 16, 1845, in Hartford; d. in
New York, May 2i, 1S47.
*2oi. II. Mary Tamelia Felt, b. Jan. i, 184S ; m. John E. Morris.
*202. in. Levi Lincoln Felt, b. Nov. 25, 1849.
Charles Levi Lincoln, born in Dorchester, Mass., March
12, 1825 ; resides in Hartford. He married in Hartford, Aug.
31, 1847, Olivia Maria Brewster, daughter of Silas and Welthea
(Richardson) Brewster of Coventry, Conn. She was born in
Coventry, July 21, 1826. Their children were born in Hart-
*203. I. Carrie Augusta, b. Aug. 15, 1S49; m. Edwin P. Taylor.
204. II. Charles Payson, b. May 21, 1851 ; m. in Soutlibridge, Mass.,
Nov. 20, 1878, Margaret Ann Sanders, daughter of James
and Margaret (Henry) Sanders of Southbridge. She was b.
in Crompton, R. I., Feb. 24, 1854. Mr. Lincoln is asso-
ciated in business with his father, and resides in Hartford.
205. III. Frank Howard, b. March 4, 1S55 ; d. in Hartford, Dec. 16,
Theodore Miles, b. April 4, 1S58.
Fannie >Lvria, b. Nov. 11, 1S61 ; m. Dr. Robert II. Ilamill.
Elizaheth Brewster, b. May 8, 1S68; resides in Hartford.
Mr. Lincoln was admitted to the firm of George S. Lincoln
& Co., in 1846, when a young man, and has since been contin-
uously engaged in the business of manufacturing machinery
and castings. Since tlie retirement from business of his
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brother George, in 1885, he has conducted the enterprise, as-
sisted by his two sons. He is a prominent business man of
Hartford, a director in the Hartford Street Railway corpora-
tion, an incorporator and trustee of the Mechanics Savings Bank,
and a member of the Connecticut Historical Society.
Mary Elizabeth Lincoln, born in Hartford, Aug. 17,
1827 ; married there, Oct. 12, 1852, Charles S. Goodwin, son of
John and Anna (Belding) Goodwin. He was born in Hartford,
Jan. 8, 1819. Mr. Goodwin was from 1839 to 1865 associated
with his brother John in the boot and shoe trade, and is now
with his son Charles, the business having been carried on con-
tinuously in the same place since its establishment in 1804 by
Mr. Goodwin's father. He is a deacon in the South Congrega-
tional Church, and was, until the reorganization of the com-
pany a few years since, a director in the Phoenix Life Insurance
Company. The children were born in Hartford.
Anna Malinda Goodwin, b. July 25, 1853.
Mary Elizabeth Goodwin, b. May 18, 1855.,
Charles Lincoln Goodwin, b. Sept. 29, 1858; is associated
with iiis father in business.
212. IV. George Russell Goodwin, b. Dec. 18, 1S63.
CHILDREN OF STEPHEN JR. AND BETSEY (BROOKS)
Elizabeth Wilder Lincoln, born in Oakham, Nov. n,
1823 ; resides in that town. She married in Oakham, Nov. 28,
1843, Alfred Ely Burt, son of Eli and Nancy (Weaver) Burt.
He was born in Webster, Mass., Aug. 28, 1820, and died in
Oakham, June 5, 1883. Mr. Burt removed to Oakham when
quite young, and was first engaged in lumbering, and later in
the wire business established by his father-in-law, and was
during the later years of his life associated with the Hon.
Moses O. Ayres. The children were born in Oakham.
213. I. William Alfred Burt, b. Dec. i, 1844.
*2i4. II. Martha Elizabeth Burt, b. Aug. 8, 1846 ; m. Prof. Henry
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215. III. Maria Lincoln Burt, b. April 30, 1S4S ; d. in Oakham, June
216. IV. I.AURA Greene Burt, b. April 30, 1S4S.
217. V. Julia Frances Burt, b. Nov. 28, 1852 ; d. in Oakham, Sept.
*2i8. VI. Frank Eugene Burt, b. July 19, 1866.
William Lincoln, born in Oakham, Feb. 27, 1827 ; died
there, Dec. i, 1856. He married in Oakham, June 17, 1849,
Mary Lewis Allen, daughter of James and Polly (Crocker)
Allen. She was born in Oakham, Sept. i, 1827, and died there,
June 7, 185 1. He married (2d), June 23, 1852, in Oakham,
Maria iVUen, sister of his first wife. She was born in Oakham,
June 22, 1832, and died there. May 22, 1855. He married (3d)
in AVest Boylston, Mass., May 6, 1856, Sarah Whitcomb,
daughter of Luke and Nancy (Morse) Whitcomb of Bolton,
Mass. She was born in Sterling, Mass., Sept. 21, 1824, and re-
sides in Oakham. No children by the first and third mar-
*2i9. I. Mary Elizabeth, b. July 18, 1853 ; m. Prof. George I.
Mr. Lincoln was associated with his father in the manufac-
ture of wire goods, and very early began to develop the busi-
ness, showing much mechanical skill and inventive genius. In
1852 he secured a patent on machinery for making wire dish-
covers, the manufacture of which, together with sieves and
other wire goods, has been carried on very successfully ever
since in the same shop.
Mr. Lincoln, although not quite thirty years old at the time
of his death, was one of the leading citizens of his town, and
one whom the community could ill afford to spare.
CHILDREN OF LOREN AND SARAH (LINCOLN) HASKELL. (9.)
Lewis Nelson Haskell, born in Oakham, June 27, 1827 ;
resides in that town, and is a farmer. He married in Ware,
Mass., April 26, i860, Martha Ann Hooker, daughter of Daniel
Whitney and Betsey (Billings) Hooker of New Braintree, Mass.
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She was born in Rutland, Mass., Feb. 28, 1835. Their children
were born in Oakham.
220. I. Bessie Winona Haskell, b. Sept. 3, 1861 ; d. in Oakham,
May 12, 1883.
221. II. Sylvester Hooker Haskell, b. Oct. 27, 1863.
222. III. Charles Lewis Haskell, b. Oct. 15, 1866.
William Hartwell Haskell, born in Oakham, June 7,
1829. He is a dentist, and resides in Bridgeton, Me. He mar-
ried in Bowdoinham, Me., Aug. 15, 1853, Isabella Stockbridge
Purrington, daughter of Nathaniel and Susan Purrington.
She was born in Bowdoinham, Oct. 10, 1828.
*223. I. William Loring Haskell, b. May i, 1855.
224. II. Mary Isabella Haskell, b. May 12, i860; m. in Denver,
Col., Nov. 15, i8go, Malvin Palmer Dalton, son of Na-
poleon Bertrand and Susan Maria (Palmer) Dalton of Deer-
ing. Me. He was b. in Portland, Me., May 10, 1864, and
is a mine operator. They reside in Denver.
CHILDREN OF JUSTUS AND MARIA (WATSON) LINCOLN. (10.)
William Henry Lincoln, born in Dorchester, Mass., Aug.
19, 1825 ; died in Millbury, Mass., Oct. 14, 1892. He married
in Brunswick, Maine, in May, 1857, Laura Nudd, daughter of
Martin and Martha (Higgins) Nudd. She was born in Water-
ville, Maine, Feb. 12, 1833, and died in May, 1858. He married
(2d) in Hubbardston, Mass., Aug. i, 1859, Eunice Ann Read,
daughter of Jacob and Hannah (Maynard) Read of Worcester.
She was born in Rutland Feb. 7, 1837, and resides in Millbury.
The children were all by the second marriage.
*225. I. Laura Bell, b. April 17, 1S61 ; m. Frank E. Powers.
226. II. Jacob Read, b. Sept. 4, 1S62, in Worcester; graduated from
Harvard Medical School in 18S8 and is a medical practitioner
in Millbury. He m. in Millbury Dec. 5, 1S89, Frances
Willard Morse, daughter of Charles D. and Anna E. (Wil-
lard) Morse. She was b. in Millbury Dec. 11, 1865.
227. III. Charles Henry, b. April 22, 1S69, in Millbury.
Dr. Lincoln graduated from Bowdoin Medical School in
1856, and began the practice of medicine at Turner, Maine,
and later removed to Hubbardston, Mass. He enlisted May 27,
1862, and served as surgeon of the 7th Regiment Massachusetts
Volunteer Infantry until discharged, June 27, 1864. He then
settled in Millbury, Mass., where he soon came to enjoy an
extensive medical and surgical practice. He was greatly
interested in masonry and was a member and officer of several
orders. He was also a member of the Massachusetts Medical
Society ; of George A. Custer Post, No. 70, Grand Army of the
Republic, and was for many years an active member of the 2d
John Kent Lincoln, born in Worcester, Mass., July 5,
1828; died in Bangor, Maine, May 20, 1887. He married in
Biddeford, Maine, Sept. 4, 1851, Olive F. Dame, daughter of
Ivory and Lydia (Stone) Dame of Saco. She was born in
Biddeford Aug. 26, 1830, and resides in Winchester, Mass., at
No. Ill Highland avenue.
228. I. Ellen Maria, b. Oct. 23, 1854, in Biddeford ; d. in Alber-
querque, N. M., April 11, 1893.
229. II. Mary Emma, b. Dec. 10, 1856, in Augusta, Maine.
230. III. Frederick Dame, b. Jan. 3, 1861, in Bangor, Maine.
Mr. Lincoln studied dentistry and practised his profession in
Biddeford, Augusta, and Bangor, Maine. Later he took up
the study of theology and graduated from the Bangor Theolog-
ical Seminary in 1862, and was ordained to the ministry Sept.
30th of that year. He enlisted in October, 1862, in the 22d
Regiment Maine Volunteer Infantry, and was appointed chap-
lain of the regiment. In July, 1863, he met with an accident,
being thrown over a precipice and falling forty feet, fracturing
his skull, from the effect of which he never recovered, although
he lived for twenty-four years afterward, and was compelled
to abandon the ministry.
Maria Louisa Lincoln, born in Worcester, INIarch 17,
1831 ; resides in Rutland, Mass. She married in Pa.xton,
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Mass., Dec. 15, 1855, Rufus Barzillai Miles, son of Barzillai and
Sally Tidd (Reed) Miles as his second wife. He was born in
Rutland, Oct. 23, 1809, and died there Oct. 27, 1891. The
children were born in Rutland.
231. I. Charles Henry Miles, b. Jan. g, 1859 ; d. in Rutland Dec.
*232. 11. Etta Louise Miles, b. Oct. 28, 1863 ; m. George H. Miles.
233. III. Arthur Lincoln Miles, b. Jan. 30, iS6g ; graduated from
Massachusetts Agricultural College in 1889 ; resides at West-
borough, Mass., where he is "Master of Family" at the
Lyman School. He m. in Rutland, Aug. 15, 1893, Marie
Augusta Putnam, daughter of Daniel Cady and Mary Louisa
(Avery) Putnam of Rutland. She was born in Princeton,
Mass., Jan. 9, 1874.
Deacon Miles inherited from his father a fine farm located
on Joyner's Hill, a mile northwest from the village of Rutland,
and subsequently purchased the adjoining estate formerly
owned by his uncle, Ebenezer H. Miles, and uniting it with his
own, made one of the finest farms in the town. It is plainly
seen from the village and attracts admiring attention. Upon
this farm Deacon Miles always resided. He was first married
to Judith, daughter of Capt. Muzzy, Dec. 22, 1836, by whom he
had seven children. She died in 1852. Deacon Miles was a
practical and successful farmer ; a useful, enterprising, and
respected citizen, and filled the offices of selectman, assessor,
and other positions of trust with ability and acceptance. In
1850 he was chosen deacon of the First Congregational church
and served in that office forty-one years, and he was for many
years superintendent of the Sunday-school. He was a most
honored and respected member of the community.
Albert Watson Lincoln, born in Hartford, Conn., June 2,
1833 ; resides in Worcester, Mass., at No. 20 Piedmont street.
He married in Worcester Aug. 10, 1853, Julia S. Ware, daugh-
ter of Archibald Hazen and Caroline (Coley) Ware of Oakham,
Mass. She was born in Brookfield, Mass., April 16, 1833.
234. I. George Hazen, b. Jan. 29, 1855, in Oakham; m. in Natick,
Mass., May 16, 1877, Ella Minetta Jackson, daughter of
William Lufkin and Betsey (Jenness) Jackson. She was b.
in Natick Feb. 24, 1853. They reside in that town.
235. II. Caroline Maria, b. Oct. 16, 1859, in Brookfield ; d. in Mill-
bury, Mass., June 19, 1877.
236. III. Jane Elizabeth, b. Aug. 18, 1862, in Oakham.
237. IV. William Henry, b. June 5, 1868, in Oakham.
Charles Davis Lincoln, born in Oakham, Dec. 26, 1836 ;
resides in Boston, and is engaged in railroading. He married
in Biddeford, Maine, Oct. 25, i860, Henrietta Berry, daughter
of William and Olivia (Dudley) Berry. She was born in Lyman,
Maine, Feb. 9, 1838, and died in St. Augustine, Fla., May 27,
1866. Mr. Lincoln was employed during the Civil War in
special service in the department of the South.
23S. I. Fannie Forrester, b. July 31, 1861, in Brooklyn, N. Y.; m.
in Saco, Maine, Nov. 29, i88g, Melville Clarence Smart, son
of John and Harriet (Johnston) Smart of Maxfield, Maine.
He was b. in Maxfield Feb. 18, 1853 ; graduated from Bates
College in 1879, and is principal of the Stevens High School
in Claremont, N. H.
239. II. Hattie Maria, b. Dec. 30, 1865, in St. Augustine; d. there
in January, 1866.
CHILDREN OF ALONZO AND ELIZABETH (DEAN)
Horace Wakefield Lincoln, born in Oakham, March 7,
1838 ; resides in that town and is engaged in farming. He
married in Pascoag, R. I., June 3, 1864, Frances Amelia Field,
daughter of John A. and Florinda (Hopkins) Field of Pascoag.
She was born in Scituate, R. I., April 7, 1845. The children
were born in Oakham.
240. I. Eugene Augustus, b. May 15, 1S66; resides in North Brook-
field, where he is engaged in the livery business.
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241. II. Stephen Hopkins, b. Dec. 25, 1S6S ; d. in Oakham Sept. 2,
242. III. Maria Louise, b. March 15, 1872; is a student at Wellesley
243. IV. Morton Field, b. Feb. 15, 1875 ; is a student at Mt. Iler-
mon School, Northfield, Mass.
244. V. Florinda Elizabeth, b. June 20, 1886.
Frederic Allen Lincoln, born in Oakham, May 20, 1840;
is engaged in mercantile business in Worcester, and resides in
North Brookfield. He married in New Braintree, Mass., Oct.
10, 187 1, Lizzie Jane Pepper, daughter of Henry A. and
Jerusha (Church) Pepper of New Braintree. wShe was born in
Barre, Mass., April 30, 1850. The children were born in
245. I. Frederic Ward, b. April 2, 1879.
246. II. Lora Bell Church, b. June 5, 18S4.
CHILDREN OF EMORY AND ELIZABETH FRANCES (KEEP)
Caroline Maria Lincoln, born in Oakham, Dec. 27, 1845 ;
resides in Vernon, Michigan. She married in Windsor, Conn.,
Aug. 10, 1869, Rev. David Casler, son of Nicholas I. and Lany
(Fox) Casler of Frey's Bush, N. Y. He was born in Mont-
gomery County, N. Y., Feb. 13, 1840, and is a clergyman.
247. I. Emory Lincoln Casler, b. June 23, 1S70, in Chelsea, Mich.;
d. there Aug. 25, 1873.
Howard Irving Casler, b. April 11, 1872, in Chelsea.
Mary Theresa Casler, b. Aug. 24, 1S74, in East Saginaw,
Lizzie Frances Casler, b. Dec. 14, 1876, in Monroe, Mich.
Wilbur Lincoln Casler, b. April 6, 18S7, in Marquette,
252. VI. Walter Benton Casler, b. Jan. 5, 1889, in Sault Ste. Marie.
Mr. Casler graduated from Wesleyan University, Middle-
town, Conn., in 1869, and during his college course served at
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different times as pastor of the M. E. churches at Rocky Hill,
Windsor, and Cromwell. In 1872 he received from his alma
mater the degree of M. A. In 1869 he joined the Detroit Con-
ference and has been in the church pastorate 25 years. He
has served in Chelsea, East Saginaw, Monroe, Detroit, Oxford,
Norway, Mich., and for four years from September, 1883, was
presiding elder of the Marquette District. " He has since
filled pastorates at Flushing, Holly, and Vernon, where he is at
George Emory Lincoln, born in Oakham, Oct. n, 1849;
is a minister of the Congregational church, and resides at
Delhi Mills, Michigan. He married in North Brobkfield, Mass.,
Nov. 25, 1873, Lucretia Jennie Kellogg, daughter of Charles
Harvey and Elizabeth (Drury) Kellogg of Pittsford, Vermont.
She was born in Pittsford, Jan. 7, 1843.
253. I. Clarence Arthur, b. Sept. 22, 1S74, in Chelsea, Mich.
254. II. Flora Elizabeth, b. July 21, 1876, in Handy, Mich.
255. III. Anna Maria, b. Dec. 3, 1878, in Tuscola, Mich.
CHILD OF AMASA GAY AND MARIA DENNY (LINCOLN)
Alice Maria Davis, born in Hubbardston, Mass., Feb. i,
1854; resides in jSlillbury, Mass. She married in Hubbards-
ton, Oct. 31, 1877, Amos Armsby, son of Horace and Lucretia
Jackson (Prentiss) Armsby of Millbury. He was born in
Sutton, Mass., Sept. 10, 1835, and is cashier of the Millbury
National Rank. The children were born in Millbury.
256. I. Alfred Lincoln Armsuv, b. Jan. 19, 1SS2.
257. II. Laurihel Armsby, b. April 4, 1S83.
258. III. Margaret Armsby, b. Jan. 3, 1887.
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CHILDREN OF ABNER JR. AND NANCY CUTLER (WHEELER)
Emma Louise Lincoln, born in Philadelphia, Pa., July
30, 1857 ; married there April 22, 1880, John Price Dunbar
Castle, son of Rev. Joseph and Ann Castle. He was born in
Philadelphia, Sept. 22, 1844, and is engaged in the printing
259. I. Abner Lincoln Castle, b. Feb. 4, 1 881, in Philadelphia.
260. IL Florence Louise Castle, b. Jan. 7, 1887, in Ashbourne,
Annie Elizabeth Lincoln, born in Philadelphia, Sept. 13,
1862 ; resides in Wayne, Delaware County, Pa. She married
in Philadelphia April 29, 18S6, George Matthias Aman, son of
John and Mary (Webb) Aman of Kimberton, Pa. He was
born in Kimberton Feb. 12, 1856, and is a conveyancer. The
children were born in Wayne.
261. I. Clarence Lincoln Aman, b. May 12, 1887.
262. II. Ralph Lincoln Aman, b. March 12, 1889.
263. III. George Matthias Aman, b. June 7, 1890.
264. IV. Mary Elizabeth Aman, b. Oct. 26, 1S92.
CHILD OF FREDERIC AUGUSTUS AND MARTHA GRAY
(LINCOLN) POTTER. (19.)
Frederic Henry Potter, born in North Brookfield, Mass.,
Feb. 13, 1855 ; resides in that town and is engaged in farming.
He married in North Brookfield Sept. 26, 1876, Abby Josephine
Irish, daughter of Isaac C. and Lucy (Dodge) Irish of South-
bridge, Mass. She was born in Southbridge Nov. 4, 1854.
265. I. Fred Burton Potter, b. May 27, 18S0, in North Brookfield.
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CHII.DREX OF JAMES AND JULIA ANN (LIXXOLN)
Julia Frances Miller, born in New Braintree, Mass., Sept.
2, 1849 ; resides in East Brookfield, Mass. She married in
North Brookfield Oct. 21, 1869, Emerson Hathaway Stoddard,
son of Leonard and Julia A. (Whiting) Stoddard. He was
born in North Brookfield Nov. 8, 1843. He conducts a market
garden. He served during the Civil War as a private in Com-
pany F, 42d Regiment, Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry.
Enlisted Aug. 20, 1862, and was discharged just a year later.
He re-enlisted in the same company and regiment July 15,
1864, and was discharged Nov. 11, 1864. The children, except
the first, were born in East Brookfield.
Cora Franxes Stodd.\rd, b. Sept. 17, 1872, in Omaha, Neb.
Florence Louise Stoddard, b. April 22, 187S.
Julia Miller Stoddard, b. Oct. 15, 1881 ; d. in East Brook-
field Sept. 4, 18S2.
269. IV. Hubert Emerson Stoddard, b Sept. 8, 1S90.
James Edward Miller, born in Barre, Mass., Aug. 24,
1855 ; is engaged with his father in manufacturing at East
Brookfield. He resides in North Brookfield. He married
there April 20, 1880, Olive Amanda Holmes, daughter of
Sumner and Mercy (Eaton) Holmes. She was born in North
Brookfield June 24, 1859. The children were born in North
270. I. Mercy Lenora Miller, b. May 21, 1884.
271. II. Dorothy Lincoln Miller, b. Nov. 6, 1S93.
CHILD OF LEVI LINCOLN AND JANE CLAPP (WILSON)
Orleana Hunter, born in Muncie, Ind., May 2, 1849 ;
married there Dec. 25, 187 1, Samuel Beckwith Cosner, son of
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Jacob and Martha (Bayless) Cosner of Dayton, Ind. He was
born in Dayton Oct. 13, 1852. They reside in Frankfort, Ind.,
where Mr. Cosner is engaged in the grocery business.
272. I. Hunter Levi Cosner, b. April 5, 1878, in Muncie ; d. there
April 24, 18S0.
273. II. Bayless Hunter Cosner, b. June 5, 1884, in Frankfort.
274. III. Glydas Marie Cosner, b. April 13, 1S86, in Frankfort.
CHILDREN OF IRA AND SUSAN (BULLARD) HUNTER. (25.)
Frank Emory Hunter, born in Brighton, Mass., Dec. 13,
1846 ; resides in West Newton, Mass. He married in West
Newton May 15, 1873, Mary Addie Burnett, adopted daughter
of Wellington and Adeline (Stevens) Burnett of West Newton.
She was born in Boston Feb. 24, 1852. The children were
born in West Newton.
Marion Dexter Hunter, b. May 9, 1874.
Elizabeth Wellington Hunter, b. Aug. 8, 1878.
Susan Bullard Hunter, b. March 25, 1880.
Mary Lincoln Hunter, b. May 8, 1890.
Carrie Louise Hunter, born in Worcester, Mass., March
13, 1852 ; resides in West Newton. She married there Nov.
17) 1875, John Stuart Leonard, son of Samuel H. and Lucy
(Putnam) Leonard of West Newton. He was born in Wor-
cester July 26, 1852. He is engaged in commercial business
279. I. Louise Hunter Leonard, b. Oct. 16, 1S76, in West Newton.
280. II. Stuart Putnam Leonard, b. Oct. 16, 1S78, in West Newton.
CHILDREN OF HARRISON AMOS AND LUCY MARIA
(HOUGHTON) HUNTER. (27.)
Arthur Leroy Hunter, born in Bakersfield, Vermont, Feb.
23, 1847 ; resides at Newton Lower Falls, Mass., and is a
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locomotive engineer. He married in East Cambridge, Mass.,
Nov. 24, 1869, Henrietta Moore, daughter of Alden and Elsie
(Kimball) Moore. She was born in East Cambridge June 18,
281. I. Gertrude Maud Hunter, b. Nov. g, 1872, in South Boston,
William Harrison Hunter, born in Bakersfield, Nov. 20,
1851 ; died in Red Oak, Iowa, Nov. 19, 1884. He married
there Sept. 9, 1875, Mary Anna Greene, daughter of James
Harmon and Sarah (Sherman) Greene. She was born in
Rochelle, Illinois, Jan. 28, 1855, and resides at Red Oak. Mr.
Hunter was for six years county clerk, and was also engaged
in the insurance business. The children were born in Red Oak,
282. I. Edith Louisa Hunter, b. April i, 1877; d. in Red Oak,
Aug. I, 1878.
283. 11. Fred Hatton Hunter, b. Sept. 15, 1878.
284. III. William Harrison Hunter, b. Dec. 9, 1880 ; d. in Red
Oak Aug. 4, 1882.
Mary Isabel! Hunter, born in Muncie, Ind., Aug. 10,
1854 ; resides in Fairfax, Vt. She married in St. Albans, Vt.,
Nov. 6, 1872, Edwin Albert Learned, son of William Powell
and Rachel (Sanderson) Learned of Fairfax. He was born in
Fairfax Jan. 31, 1846, and is engaged in farming. The children
were born in Fairfax.
285. I. Lucy Fronia Learned, b. Jan. 30, 1S74; d. in Fairfax
April 16, 1875.
286. II. Grace Maud Learned, b. Sept. 2, 18S0.
CHILD OF GEORGE EMERY AND SARAH ELIZABETH
(KIMBALL) HUNTER. (30.)
Frederick Lincoln Hunter, born in Newton, Mass., May
18, 1861 ; resides in Denver, Colorado. He is store-keeper in
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the employ of the Union Pacific, Denver & Gulf Railway. He
married in Kansas City, Kansas, July 29, 1884, Mary Arabelle
Sears, daughter of William Orson and Lydia King (Brooks)
Sears of Macon City, Missouri. She was born in Oberlin,
Ohio, Sept. II, i860.
287. I. Walter Emery Hunter, b. May 21, 1888, in Pocatello,
288. n. Ruth Evangeline Hunter, b. Aug-. 4, 1889, in Denver.
CHILDREN OF PRESTON AND MARTHA LUCENA (HUNTER)
Carrie Florinde Weaver, born in Dayton, Ohio, Sept. 14,
185 1, married in Watertown, Mass., Jan. 17, 1878, John
James Conners, son of Wellington and Elizabeth (Holland)
Conners of Dartmouth, Nova Scotia. He was born in Dart-
mouth Aug. 6, 1850, and is a carpenter. They reside in
289. I. Sophia Louise Conners, b. in Watertown March 22, 1880;
d. there July 18, 1880.
Emma Elizabeth Weaver, born in Greenville, Ohio, Oct.
7, 1853 ; married in Newton, Mass., Oct. 7, 1879, Henry
Harrison Delano, son of Henry Sampson and Keziah Kinsley
(Ames) Delano of Easton, Mass. He was born in Easton Sept.
21, 1840. They reside in Maiden, Mass., at 167 Linden
290. I. Susie Louisa Delano, b. in Somerville, Mass., March 9,
CHILDREN OF JOSEPHUS AND CATHERINE SMITH (DAVIS)
Caroline Woodcock, born in Leicester, Mass., Oct. 27,
1840 ; married there Oct. 29, 1861, Charles Addison Denny,
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son of Joseph Addison and Mary (Davis) Denny. He was
born in Leicester March 4, 1836. The children were born in
291. I. Alice Catherine Denny, b. Aug. 9, 1867 ; d. in Leicester
Sept. 6, 1868.
292. II. W.\lter Josephus Denny, b. March 19, 1871 ; graduated
from the Worcester Polytechnic Institute in 1893, and is a
mechanical engineer in the employ of the American Card
Clothing Company in Leicester.
293. III. Bertha Denny, b. Feb. 10, 1873.
294. IV. George Addison Denny, b. March 3, 1874 ; is a student in
the Worcester Polytechnic Institute.
Mr. Denny has always resided in Leicester, and has been
engaged in the manufacture of card clothing since 1857.
Since 1879 he has been the president of the Leicester National
Bank. He was town clerk of Leicester from 1875 to 1879,
member of the Massachusetts State Senate 1884 and 1885,
member of the State Board of Lunacy and Charity, 1885-9, and
member of the Leicester School Board many years. He is
a member of the First Congregational church and was superin-
tendent of the Sunday-school from 1861 to 1886.
Charles Henry Woodcock, born in Leicester, Nov. 14,
1842 ; married in Rutland, Mass., Aug. 28, 1865, Jane Maria
Hubbard, daughter of William Howe and Catharine Whiteman
(King) Hubbard. She was born in Rutland, Aug. 28, 1S46.
They reside in Roxbury, Mass. Mr. Woodcock served during
the war as a musician in the 42d Regiment, Massachusetts
Volunteer Infantry. The children were born in Leicester.
295. I. Charles Josei'hus Woodcock, b. April 16, 1867; d. Feb.
296. II. Fred Homer Woodcock, b. July 5, 1S6S ; graduated from
Harvard Dental School in 1891, and is a dentist in Boston.
297. III. Arthur Hale Woodcock, b. Oct. 15, 1S70; a student in
Harvard Dental School, and a practitioner in Proviilence,
298. IV. John Woodcock, b. -Vug. 26, 18S3.
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CHILDREN OF GEORGE AND SARAH JANE (BELL)
George Sutherland Davis, born in Elizabeth, N. J., July
26, 1847 ; resides in Elizabeth and is engaged in banking.
He married in New York city May 4, 187 1, Annie Matilda
DeGroot, daughter of Freeman and Alice (Pierce) DeGroot.
She was born in Elizabeth April 3, 1852, and died Nov. 4, 1894.
The children were born in Elizabeth.
299. I. Gertrude Sutherland Davis, b. July 4, 1S72.
300. II. Edwin Everett Davis, b. Sept. 5, 1877; d. in Elizabeth
July 24, 187S.
David Edwin Davis, born in Elizabeth, April 18, 185 1; re-
sides in that city. He is a bookkeeper and stenographer. He
married in Elizabeth Sept. 9, 1880, Mary Jane Mackey, daugh-
ter of Samuel and Jane (Rowan) Mackey. She was born in
Elizabeth May 25, 1857. The children were born in Elizabeth.
301. I. Edwin Mackey Davis, b. Aug. 5, iSSi.
302. II. Howard Lincoln Davis, b. June 7, 1SS7.
302a. III. Donald Graham Davis, b. Jan. 9, 1895.
Annie Elizabeth Davis, born in Elizabeth, June 27, 1854 ;
resides in that city. She married there Oct. 27, 1875, Richard
Brown Cowley, son of Richard Brown and Eleanor Clifford
(Johnson) Cowley of New York. He was born in New York
May 12, 1853, and is a commercial traveler. The children
were born in Elizabeth.
303. I. Richard Brown Cowley, b. Aug. 5, 1878.
304. II. Warren Westbrook Cowley, b. Oct. 3, 1884.
CHILDREN OF ALONZO AND ELIZABETH LINCOLN
(DAVIS) WHITE. (34.)
Henry Arthur White, born in Leicester, Mass., June 12,
1841 ; married tliere April 11, 1865, Cynthia E. Whittemore,
daughter of Otis and Pamelia (Sibley) Whittemore. She was
born in Leicester June 5, 1839. Mr. White is manager of the
Philadelphia branch of the American Card Clothing Company.
He resides in Germantown, Pa. He enlisted in September,
1861, and served as a non-commissioned officer in Company H,
25th Regiment, Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, and was
discharged in September, 1864.
305. I. Everett Alonzo White, b. June 13, 1867; graduated from
Amherst College in 1889, and is secretary and treasurer of
the Crawford Laundry Machinery Company of Boston,
306. II. Herbert Otis White, b. Nov. 19, 1871 ; is a student in
Mandana Elizabeth White, born in Leicester, Feb. 12,
1844; married there Nov. 17, 1S63, George Edgar Marsh, son
of Welcome and Harriet (Jennison) Marsh. He was born
in Leicester Feb. 8, 1840, and is engaged in the card clothing
business. The children were born in Leicester.
307. I. Edward Lester Marsh, b. May 19, 1865 ; graduated from
Amherst College in 1888 and from Yale Divinity School in
1891. He is settled as pastor over the Congregational
church at Yarmouth, Mass. He m. in Sandwich, ALiss.,
Nov. 28, 1893, Mary Eliza Jenkins, daughter of James
Hamlin and Ruth Jaques (Fish) Jenkins of West Barnstable,
Mass. She was b. in West Barnstable July 18, 1861.
30S. II. Arthur White Marsh, b. Oct. 31, 1S66; is a student in
Harvard Medical School, now taking a post-graduate course
in special work.
309. HI. IJAiTiE Elizaheth Marsh, b. Oct. 8, 1S68; d. in Leicester
Nov. 16, 1877.
310. IV. Ruth Louise Marsh, b. Feb. 12, 1874; d. in Leicester
March 30, 1885.
311. V. George Albert Marsh, b. July 15, 1875.
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Catherine Emily White, born in Leicester, Dec. 12, 1847;
resides in that town. Slie married there Oct. 22, 1872, Braman
Grout, son of Lory and Laura (Luther) Grout of Spencer,
Mass. He was born in Spencer April 22, 1833. He is a hand-
card maker. He served during the Civil War as a private
in Company H, 25th Regiment, Massachusetts Volunteer In-
fantry. Enlisted Sept. 23, 1861, and was discharged Sept. 23,
1864. The children were born in Leicester.
312. I. Alfred Braman Grout, born Nov. 23, 1873 ; graduated from
Worcester Polytechnic Institute, 1894.
Harry Martin Grout, b. July 23, 1877.
Elizabeth White Grout, b. July 10, 1S79; d. in Leicester
March 8, 1888.
Grace Laura Grout, b. Oct. 21, 1881.
Gertrude May Grout, b. Sept. 11, 1883.
Alvan Lory Grout, b. Sept. 28, 1887.
Clarence Alonzo White, born in Leicester, May 25, 185 1;
resides in Sumner, Wash., where he is interested in the culture
of small fruits. He married in Leicester Nov. 25, 1879, Sarah
Warren, daughter of Henry Elijah and Mary (Whittemore)
Warren. She was born in Leicester June 29, 1853. The
children were born in Leicester.
318. I. Olive Wheeler White, b. April 10, 1881.
319. II. Ralph Warren White, b. May 2, 1884; d. in Leicester
Aug. 12, 1884.
CHILDREN OF JAMES AND MARY JANE (DAVIS) STONE. (35.)
John Stone, born in Springfield, Mass., April 27, 1839;
resides in Kansas City, Mo. He married in Rochester, N. Y.,
May 10, i860, Mary Isabell Clark, daughter of Frederick and
Esther Clark, a native of Sandusky, Ohio. She died in Kansas
City Nov. 9, 1888.
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320. I. Jessie Hutchinson Stone, b. Sept. 30, 1S63, in Buffalo,
321. II. Ci.ARK Henry Stone, b. March 16, 1868, in Leicester, Mass.
322. HI. Helen Jenette Stone, b. Jan. 28, 1871, in Leicester.
James Henry Stone, born in Springfield, June 2, 1841 ;
resides in Worcester, Mass. He married in Thompson, Conn.,
P'eb. 28, 1869, Emily Francis Willson, daughter of Harvey
Williams and Charlotte May (Lovett) Willson of Leicester.
She was born in Oxford, Mass., Aug. 27, 1844.
323. I, Harry Bradford Stone, b. Dec. 19, 1S69, in Leicester; d.
Aug. 22, 1871.
324. II. Frank Herbert Stone, b. Sept. 7, 1871, in Leicester.
325. III. Arthur Lincoln Stone, b. Aug. 9, 1S78, in North Brook-
326. IV. Burt Clifton Stone, b. Feb. 7, 18S0, in North Brookfield.
CHILDREN OF MOSES AND AMELIA MELINDA (DAVIS)
Herbert Josephus Frink, born in Chicopee, Mass., Jan.
10, 1851; resides in Holyoke, Mass., and is agent of the
Holyoke Machine Company. He married in Wallingford,
Conn., Oct. 14, 1885, Fannie Eliza Ives, daughter of William
Walter and Sarah (i. (Bartholomew) Ives. She was born in
Wallingford Oct. i, 1858. The children were born in Holyoke.
327. I. C.RETA Ives Frink, b. March 25, 18S8.
328. 11. Howard Davis Frink, b. March 25, 18S8.
329. 111. Herbert Frink, b. March 7, 1S94.
John Davis Frink, born in Chicopee, Dec. i, 1852; resides
in Springfield, at 14 Vine street. He is a locomotive engineer
on the Boston & Maine railroad. He married in Keene, N. H.,
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March 5, 1882, Fannie Arvilla Tuttle, daughter of Cornelius
Osiner and Arvilla Whitcomb (Hunt) Tuttle, of Winchester,
N. H. She was born in Winchester Jan. 4, 1859.
330. I. LoTTA Amelia Frink, b. Dec. 5, 1882, in Winchester ; d. in
Springfield April 24, iSSg.
Mary Lizzie Frink, born in Chicopee, May 20, 1856 ;
resides in Holyoke, at 65 Fairfield avenue. She married in
Chicopee, May 23, 1878, Frank Douglas Smith, son of Lavt'rence
Douglas and Susan Maria (Lapham) Smith of Adams, Mass.
He was born in Ottawa, 111., May 23, 1852, and is engaged
in the paper business. The children were born in Holyoke.
331. I. Lawrence Smith, b. Jan. 5, 18S2.
332. II. Doris Lapham Smith, b. June 13, 1889.
CHILD OF SAMUEL GATES AND MARY ANN (TITUS)
Charles Lincoln Davis, born March 6, 1861, in Elizabeth,
N. J., married in Leicester June 25, 1890, Flora Josephine
Winch, daughter of Joseph Benson and Lucinda Matilda
(Lynde) Winch. She was born in Leicester Jan. 17, 1868. They
reside in that town. Mr. Davis is a card-setter.
333. I. Frederick Esmond Davis, b. April 12, i8gi, in Leicester.
CHILDREN OF STEPHEN LINCOLN AND PRUDENCE AIKEN
(NOURSE) GOODALE. (42.)
George Lincoln Goodale, born in Saco, Me., Aug. 3,
1839 ; resides in Cambridge, Mass. He married in Saco, Dec.
4, 1866, Henrietta Juell Hobson, daughter of Hon. Joseph and
Jane Juell (Libby) Hobson of Saco. She was born Oct. 14,
334. I. Joseph Lincoln Goodale, b. Jan. 22, 1S68, in Saco ; grad-
uated from Harvard College in 1889 and from Harvard
Medical School in 1893 ; and is a practising physician in
Boston. He m. in Portland, Maine, Aug. 30, 1893, Ade-
laide May Evans, daughter of Henry Dearborn and Adelaide
(Carter) Evans. She was b. in Portland May 2, 186S.
335. II. Edward Montgomery Goodale, b. March 18, 1870, in
Brunswick, Maine ; d. in Cambridge April 25, 1881.
336. III. Caroline Juell Goodale, b. Aug. 12, 1872, in Brunswick;
d. in Waltham, Mass., May 3, 1891.
337. IV. Robert Nourse Goodale, b. Aug. 22, 1876, in Saco; d.
in Cambridge Aug. 16, 1878.
338. V. Francis Greenleaf Goodale, b. Sept. 14, 1883, in Saco.
Professor Goodale served as apprentice in pharmacy under
his father's direction during his preparation for college. He
graduated froni Amherst in i860, and from the Harvard
Medical School in 1863, receiving the degree of M.D., also
from the Medical School of Maine in the same year. He
practiced medicine in Portland, being for two years city
physician, and teaching various branches in the Portland
School for Medical Instruction. In 1868, after extensive
journeys on the Pacific Coast and in F.urope, he became an
instructor and professor in Bowdoin College. While there he
gave instruction also in the Medical School of Maine. In
1872 he accepted the instructorship in botany and the uni-
versity lectureship in vegetable physiology at Harvard College,
becoming assistant professor in the following year. In 1878
he was made professor of botany, and in 1888, on the death of
Professor Asa Gray, was transferred to the Fisher professor-
ship of natural history, which chair he still occupies. Pro-
fessor Goodale's travels in the pursuit of his specialty of
economic botany have carried him to Central America, many
times to Europe, and lately to the Asiatic tropics, to Aus-
tralasia, to China, and Japan.
His publications have been numerous. He is a member of
the National Academy of Science, of the American Academy of
Arts and Sciences, of the American Philosophical Society, and
is an honorary member of many scientific societies at home and
abroad. He has been president of the American Association
for the Advancement of Science, of the American Society of
Naturalists, and of the Boston Society of Natural History.
He is one of the associate editors of the American Journal of
Benjamin Nourse Goodale, born in Saco, Aug. 5, 1S45;
resides in that city and is by profession a mechanical engineer.
He married in Saco, Jan. 30, 1873, Ella Adelaide Augusta
Scammon, daughter of John Q. A. and Julia Augusta Adelaide
(Cutts) Scammon. She was born in Saco Oct. 11, 1850. The
children were born in Saco.
339. I. John Leland Goodale, b. May 21, 1874.
340. II. Stephen Lincoln Goodale, b. Aug. 31, 1875.
341. in. Samuel Perley Goodale, b. May 8, 1881.
Although possessing strong literary tastes, Mr. Goodale's
fondness for mechanical pursuits led him early to acquire a
thorough theoretical and practical knowledge of the con-
struction of cotton mills and their machinery. His work as a
draughtsman and designer of machinery is of a high order. In
the midst of his exacting occupations he has found time
for participation in the duties of municipal government and for
the cultivation of his bent towards genealogical research. He
is a member of the Maine Historical Society.
Alfred Montgomery Goodale, born in Saco, Dec. 20,
1855 ; graduated from Maine State College in 1875 ; resides in
Waltham, Mass., and is agent for the Boston Manufacturing
Company of Waltham. He married in Saco, June 23, 1883,
Caroline Augusta Fairfield, daughter of Hampden and Ellen
Kezer (Perkins) Fairfield of Saco. She was born Jan. 10,
1 86 1. The children were born in Waltham.
Fairfield Goodale, b. Aug. 19, 1884.
Katherine Nourse Goodale, b. Nov. 2, 1885.
Dorothy Hovey Goodale, b. Feb. 16, 1887.
Alfred Montgomery Goodale, b. Sept. 23, 1889.
g5 LINCOLN GENEALOGY.
CHILD OF WILLIAM AND SARAH TEMPLE (GOODALE)
William Temple Montgomery, born in Yonkers, N. Y.,
Feb. 18, 1859 ; resides in Boston, Mass., and has a business
connection with the Providence Steam & Gas Pipe Company of
Boston. He married in Winthrop, Me., Dec. 2, 1882, Cora
346. I. William Edward Montgomery, b. Oct. 19, 1S83, in Win-
347. II. James Forest Montgomery, b. Oct. 5, 1884, in Wakefield,
348. III. Edith Elizabeth Montgomery, b. Jan, 3, 18S7, in W^ake-
CHILDREN OF AMOS, JR., AND ELIZABETH ROBINSON
(HUNTER) CLARK. (50.)
William Amos Clark, born in New York city, April 25,
1854; resides in Elizabeth, N. J., and is engaged in the real
estate business. He married in Elizabeth, Dec. 19, 1877,
Maria Stebbins Brown, daughter of Nathan Greenleaf and Eliz-
abeth (Knapp) Brown of Elizabeth. She was born in Brook-
lyn, N. Y., July 8, 1853.
349. I. William Minott Clark, born Jan. 28, 1879, in Elizabeth.
Samuel Arthur Clark, born in Elizabeth, N. J., Nov. 2,
1858; resides in Westfield, N. J., and is a farmer and market
gardener. He married in Westfield, Jan. 31, 1889, Emily
Leveridge Pierson, daughter of Silas Downer and Phoebe Jane
(Nelson) Pierson. She was born in AVestfield, May 3, i860.
The children were born in Westfield.
350. I. Arthur Harrison Clark, born Dec. 26, 1889.
351. II. Amos Clark, born July 12, 1S92.
PART SECOND. 37
Sigourney Fay Clark, born in Elizabeth, Aug. 9, 1863; re-
sides in that city. He is president of the Central Oil and Sup-
ply Company at 24 Whitehall street. New York. He married
in Philadelphia, Nov. 12, 1890, Mary Barton Cookman, daugh-
ter of Alfred and Annie (Bruner) Cookman of that city. She
was born in New York city, Dec. 9, 1863.
352. I. Rebecca Bruner Clark, born Sept. 29, iSgi, in Elizabeth.
CHILDREN OF CHARLES EDWIN AND ELIZABETH S. (WOOD-
COCK) HUNTER. (51.)
Emily Maria Hunter, born in New York city, June 14, 185 1 ;
resides in Waverly Park, N. J. She married in Nyack, N. Y.,
April 15, 1875, Samuel Winans Johnson, son of William Scott
and Caroline (Winans) Johnson. He was born in Waverly Park,
June 21, 1850, and is engaged in dairy farming. The children
were born in Waverly Park.
Emily Hunter Johnson, born July 6, 1S77.
W1LLLA.M Scott Johnson, born Nov. 20, 1S78.
Mary Osborne Johnson, born April 5, 18S0.
Charles Grafton Johnson, born Oct. 18, 1881.
Ethel Look Johnson, born Dec. 9, 1882.
Grace May Johnson, born May 30, 1885.
Walter Clarke Johnson, born July 28, 1887.
Frank Harold Johnson, born Jan. 27, 1890.
Charles Luther Hunter, born in New York city, Sept. 27,
1853; resides in Paterson, N. J. He married in Paterson,
April 16, 1875, Elizabeth S. Cornwell.
361. \. Ida Belle Hunter, born Aug. 3, 1S76.
362. \i. Josephine Cornwell Hunter, born Aug. 16, 187S.
363. III. Charles Edwin Hunter, born June 9, 1883.
gg LINCOLN GENEALOGY.
CHILD OF GEORGE STANLEY AND ELIZABETH BARNARD
(PACKARD) LINCOLN. (54.)
Frederick. Miles Lincoln, born in Hartford, Conn., March
19, 1852 ; resides in that city, and is an investment broker.
He was formerly engaged in the banking business, being for
some time teller of the Hartford National Bank. He married
in Farmington, Conn., July 20, 1881, Sarah Porter Charpentier,
daughter of Leopold and Anna (Beaupre) Charpentier. She was
born in Farmington, Dec. 12, 1858, and died in West Hartford,
Conn., June 18, 1885. He married (2d) in New York city, June
I, 1886, Grace L. Ives, daughter of Philo L. and Anna (Thrall)
Ives of Hartford, from whom he was legally separated June
364. I. Sarah Charpentier Lincoln, born June 17,1885, in West
CHILDREN OF FESTUS C. AND SARAH KING (LINCOLN) FELT.
Mary Pamelia Felt, born in New York city, Jan. i, 1848 ;
resides in Hartford, Conn. She married in Hartford, May 15,
1867, John Emery Morris, son of Henry and Harriet (Bonte-
cou) Morris of Springfield, Mass. He was born in Springfield,
Nov. 30, 1843. The children were born in Hartford.
365. I. Henry Lincoln Morris, born Feb. 6, 1868 ; married in
Stockbridge, Mass., Oct. 6, 1891, I.iicy Hurlbut Karrick,
daughter of John Walter and ]\rary Deming (Hurlbut) Kar-
rick of South Lee, Mass. She was born in Elizabeth, N. J.,
June 4, i86g. Mr. Morris is located in New York city, at 55
Walker street, being city manager for the Westcott-Jewell
Company, and the liradley-jewell Company of Seneca Falls,
366. II. Edward Bontecou Morris, born Aug. 16, 1875, is a student
at the Sheffield Scientific School of Yale University.
367. III. John Felt Morris, born Oct. 29, 1S77.
PART SECOND. gg
Mr. Morris settled in Hartford in the spring of i860, and en-
tered the Charter Oak bank as a clerk. He enlisted Sept. 20,
1862, in Co. B, 22d Regiment Conn. Volunteer Infantry, and
served as a corporal until discharged July 7, 1863. He en-
tered the service of the Travelers Insurance Company July 6,
1864, and has been its assistant secretary since May, 1874. He
has devoted much of his leisure time to genealogical investi-
gations, and is the compiler of the Boiitecoit Genealogy^ pub-
lished in 1885, The Ancestry of Daniel Bontecoii^ 1887, TJie Res-
segide Family, 1888, The Felt Genealogy, 1893, and is also the
compiler of this work. He is a member of the Connecticut
Levi Lincoln Felt, born in New York city, Nov. 25, 1849;
resides in Hartford, and is the cashier of the Travelers Insur-
ance Company. He married in New York city, Nov. 10, 1875,
Edna Louise Chapin, daughter of Sharon and Emily (Hancock)
Chapin of Springfield. She was born in Springfield, Oct. 10,
1855, and died in Hartford, Sept. 24, 1888. Mr. Felt will be
recognized as an early correspondent of many of the descend-
ants of Stephen Lincoln, and the data secured by him at that
time forms the basis of this work. The children were born in
36S. I. Marion Felt, born Oct. 12, 1876 ; died in Hartford, Dec. 19,
369. II. WiLLiA.M Hunter Felt, born June 7, 1878.
CHILDREN OF CHARLES LEVI AND OLIVIA MARIA (BREW-
STER) LINCOLN. (56.)
Carrie Augusta Lincoln, born in Hartford, Conn., Aug.
15, 1849; married there Nov. 12, 1874, Edwin Pemberton Tay-
lor, son of Edwin and Nancy Jane (Kinne) Taylor. He was
born in Hartford, Aug. 20, 1849, and is engaged in the lumber
business in that city. The children were born in Hartford.
Q LINCOLN GENEALOGY.
370. I. Charles Lincoln Taylor, born Sept. 10, 1S75 ; resides in
Philadelphia, Pa., where he is engaged in the practical study
of marine architecture.
371. n. Edwin Pemberton Taylor, born Feb. 22, 1879.
372. 111. Carolyn Bre\vster Taylor, born July 23, 1883.
373. IV. Rowland Kinne Taylor, born July 18, 1887 ; died in Say-
brook, Conn., July 25, 1888.
Theodore Miles Lincoln, born in Hartford, April 4, 1858:
resides in Hartford, and is engaged in the manufacture of ma-
chinery, etc., with his father. He is a director in the City
Bank of Hartford, and has been a member of the City Coun-
cil. He married in Pawtucket, R. I., May 11, 1881, Alice
Minerva Horton, daughter of Albert and Minerva Lovett
(Johnson) Horton. She was born in Pawtucket, Sept. 16, i860.
The children were born in Hartford.
374. I. Alice Horton, born June 15, 1S82.
375. II. Theodore Brewster, born Feb. 24, 18S6 ; died in Hartford,
Feb. 6, x888.
376. iiL Minerva Brewster, born Oct. 5, 1S89.
Fannie Maria Lincoln, born in Hartford, Nov. 11, 1861 ;
married there, Oct. 14, 1891, Dr. Robert H. Hamill, son of Rev.
Robert and Margaret E. (Lyon) Hamill of Philadelphia, Pa.
He was born at Oak Hall, Pa., May 24, 1855 ; studied at Lafay-
ette College, and graduated from the University of Pennsyl-
vania in 1878. He is a practicing physician in Philadelphia,
residing at 330 South Sixteenth street.
377. I. Rohert Lincoln Hamu.l, born Nov. 23, 1S92, in Philadel-
37S. H. Francis Lincoln Hamu.l, born Aug. 29, 1894, at Point
Pleasant, N. 1.
PART SECOND. gj
CHILDREN OF ALFRED ELY AND ELIZABETH WILDER
(LINCOLN) BURT. (59.)
Martha Elizabeth Burt, born in Oakham, Mass., Aug. 8,
1846 ; resides in New Haven, Conn., at 128 York street. She
married in Oakham July 7, 1874, Professor Henry Parks
Wright, only son of Parks and Relief Willard (WooUey) Wright
of Winchester, N. H. He was born in Winchester Nov. 30,
379. I. Alice Lincoln Wright, b. July 13, 1S75, in Oakham ; is
a student at Wellesley College.
380. II. Henry Burt Wright, b. Jan. 29, 1877, in New Haven ; is a
student at Yale College.
381. III. Alfred Parks Wright, b. Jan. 5, 1880, in New Haven.
382. IV. Ellsworth Wright, b. Aug. 22, 1884, in Oakham.
After the death of his parents Mr. Wright lived with his
grandmother, Mrs. Hannah S. (Crawford) Woolley in Oakham.
She was the daughter of Capt. John Crawford of the Revolu-
tionary Army. He began preparation for college at Phillips
Academy, Andover, but left the institution at the end of middle
year to enter the army, enlisting Sept. 8, 1862, in Company F,
of the 51st Regiment, Massachusetts Volunteers. He served
as sergeant with the regiment till it was discharged July
27, 1863, and on his return finished his preparation for college
with Rev. Dr. F. N. Peloubet, then settled in Oakham, and
entered Yale, where he graduated in 1868 with the degree
of Bachelor of x\rts. After graduation he went to Cincinnati,
Ohio, where he was an instructor in the Chickering Institute
from September, 1868, till January, 1870, when he became
tutor in Greek and Latin in Yale College. In July, 187 1, he
was appointed assistant professor of Latin for five years, and
at the end of that term was elected to the Dunham professor-
ship of Latin. In 1876 he received the degree of Ph.D. at
Yale, after a course of study under Professors Whitney and
Thacher. From April, 1877, to August, 1878, he continued
his studies in Germany and Italy. Since September, 1884, he
has been dean of the Academic Faculty, and had devoted the
greater part of his time to the duties of that office.
g2 LINCOLN GENEALOGY.
Frank Eugene Burt, born in Oakham, July 19, 1866;
resides in that town and is a dealer in meats and provisions.
He married in Oakham, March 10, 1886, Lillie May Robinson,
daughter of William and Ellen (Pursey) Robinson of Oakham.
She was born in Tewksbury, Mass., vSept. 14, 1869. The chil-
dren were born in Oakham.
383. I. Alfred Leroy Burt, b. July 25, 1887.
384. n. Mildred Louise Burt, b. April 26, 1889.
385. III. Harold Clifton Burt, b. Sept. 6, i8go.
CHILD OF WILLIAM AND MARIA (ALLEN) LINCOLN. (60.)
Mary Elizabeth Lincoln, born in Oakham, July 18, 1853 ;
died in Worcester, Mass., Nov. 12, 1876. She married in
Worcester July 18, 1872, Professor George Ira x\lden, who was
born in Templeton, Mass., April 22, 1843. He graduated from
the Lawrence Scientific School of Harvard University in 1868,
and is a professor in the Worcester Polytechnic Institute.
386. I. Clara Louise Alden, b. April 26, 1873, in Worcester.
3S7. II. Mary Frances Alden, b. May i, 1876, in Worcester;
d. there Jan. 6, i8So.
CHILD OF WILLIAM HARTWELL AND ISABELLA STOCK-
BRIDGE (PURRINGTON) HASKELL. (65.)
William Loring Haskell, born in Biddeford, Me., May i,
1855 ; graduated from Philadelphia Dental College in 1882,
and practices his profession in Bridgeton, Me. He married
in North Conway, N. H., Sept. 30, 1886, Agnes M. Little,
daughter of W. H. and Mary (Barnard) Little of Canton, Mass.
She was born in Canton April 19, 1859.
388. I. Mary Isabella Haskell, b. Feb. 2, 18S9, in Bridgeton.
PART SECOND. g^
CHILD OF WILLIAM HENRY AND EUNICE ANN (READ)
Laura Bell Lincoln, born in Hubbardston, Mass., April
17, 1861 ; resides in Worcester, at No. 18 Maywood street.
She married in Millbury, Mass., June 15, 18S2, Frank Eugene
Powers, son of John J. and Ann Maria (Stevens) Powers
of Grafton, Mass. He was born in Grafton July 17, 185 8, and
is a coal and lumber merchant. The children, except the last,
were born in Millbury.
389. I. Fr.vnk Lincoln Powers, b. June 12, 1883.
390. n. Hiram Stevens Powers, b. Sept. 29, 1SS4.
391. III. Gladys Powers, b. June 13, 1892, in Worcester.
CHILD OF RUFUS BARZILLAI AND MARIA LOUISA (LINCOLN)
Etta Louise Miles, born in Rutland, Mass., Oct. 28, 1863;
resides in that town. She married there Oct. 25, 1888, George
Hiram Miles, son of Joseph and Martha Richmond (Wheeler)
Miles. He was born in Rutland March 2, 1866, and is a
farmer. The children were born in Rutland.
Henrietta Marin Miles, b. Aug. 8, 1889.
Laura Lincoln Miles, b. May 10, 1891.
Myrna Louisa Miles, b. Jan. 14, 1893.
Fannie Isabell Miles, b. Nov. 14, 1894.
INDEX TO PART FIRST.
Reference by Pages.
Bird, Ann, . . . .
" John, . . . .
" Margaret, .
Bosworth, Elisha, .
Bradford, Gov. William, .
John, . . 15
Bridge, John, .
Briggs, Benjamin, .
" Elizabeth, .
" Samuel, .
" Isaac, .
Austin, Constance, .
William, . . 10
" Ebenezer, .
" John, .
Burt, Alvin, .
" Jonah, . 6, 10
" George, .
" William, .
" Zechariah, .
" Sarah, .
Baker, Mary, .
" Tamar, .
Clement, Thomas, .
Cobb, Astin, .
Best, Bridget, .
" Henry, .
Billings, Hannah, .
. 8, II
Hall, George, .
" Samuel, .
" Joseph, .
Cross, Mar}', .
Danforth, Rev. Samuel, .
Deane, Elizabeth, .
• 33, 34
29, 33, 35
• 33, 34
Hobart, Rev. Peter,
Doane, John, .
Dudley, Cov. Thomas, .
Hooper, Abraham, .
Hoskins, Rebecca, .
" Jacob, .
" Lydia, . . .24
" Philip, .
" Sarah, .
Ingalls, , .
Jackson, Edmund, .
22, 25, 26
Ferian, Elizabeth, .
Foster, Ebenezer, .
" Hannah, .
. 22, 26
" Jeremiah, .
Gilbert, David, Jr.,
. 22, 26
Nathaniel, 15, 16
, 17. 19
" Susanna, .
• II, 19
Jeney, John, .
. 16, 20
Samuel, . 3, 8, 10
, 13, 14
Sarah, . 8, 11
. 14, 23
• 3. 19
Thomas, 3, 5, 6, 10,
, 14, 15
Lugg, John, .
" Thomas, .
Mason, Sampson, .
' Constant, .
Daniel, . . 3
Morris, Jonathan, .
Hannah, . 10, 14
Negus, Jonathan, .
' James Minor,
' John, . . 8,
' Jonathan, .
" Seth, . . . .
Mary, . 8, 10, 11,
Parker, Joseph, Jr.,
' ' Joseph ,
' ' Experience
Pitts, Mary, .
Poole, John, .
" John, .
" Molly, .
" Peter, .
" Abigail, .
" Samuel, .
' John, .
Shaw, Mary, .... 30
Watson, Elkanah, • • . 33
6, 29, 32, 35
' ' Mary,
Stone, Sarah, .
25, 28, 29
17, 25, 29
Streeter, Stephen, .
' Phoebe, .
' Thomas, .
i nompson, ,
Willis, John, .
Washington, Gen. George,
Winthrop, John Jr.,
INDEX TO PART SECOND,
Reference by IVutnbers.
Adams, Ala, .
Bontecou, Harriet, .
Alden, Clara Louise,
Brewster, Olivia Maria, .
" Mary Frances,
Allen, James, .
" Maria, .
" Lydia King,
Brown, Maria Stebbins, .
Aman, Clarence Lincoln,
" Mary, .
" George Matthias, .
" Nathan Greenleaf,
" John, .
Mary Elizabeth, .
Ames, Keziah Kinsley, .
Armsby, Alfred Lincoln, .
Burnett, Mary Addie,
Burrill, Adeline Maria, .
" Lauribel, .
Burt, Alfred Ely, .
Avery, Mary Louisa,
' Alfred Leroy,
Ayres, Moses O., .
• 8, 59
' Frank Eugene,
' Harold Clifton,
Bartholomew, Sarah G., .
' Julia Frances,
' Laura Greene,
' Maria Lincoln,
' Martha Elizabeth, .
Bell, Sarah Jane,
' Mildred Louise,
" William, .
" William Alfred,
Benton, Elizabeth, .
Casler, David, .
IJerwick, Elizabeth Shaw,
" Emory Lincoln, .
" Howard Irving, .
" Lizzie Frances,
Black, .Susan, .
" Nicholas L, .
Casler, Walter Benton, .
" Wilbur Lincoln, .
Crawford, Hannah S.,
Castle, Abner Lincoln, .
" Ann, .
" Florence Louise, .
John Price Dunbar,
Cutts, Julia Augusta Adelaide,
Dalton, Malvin T*almer, .
Dalton, Napoleon Bertrand,
Dame, Ivory, .
" Olive F.,
" Sarah Porter,
Dane, Polly, .
Davis, Adin, .
Clapp, Susan, .
" Adin Augustus,
Clark, Abraham Lincoln,
" Alice Maria, .
Amasa Gay, .
" Amos, .
" Amelia Melinda, .
" Jr., . .
Annie Elizabeth, .
Arthur Harrison, .
" Catherine Smith, .
" Charles Joshua,
" Charles Lincoln, .
" Charles Sumner,
" David Edwin,
" Donald Graham, .
" Edwin Mackey,
Rebecca Bruner, .
" Samuel Arthur,
" Sigourney Fay,
" Frederick Eugene,
William Minott, .
" George Sutherland,
Conners, John James,
Howard Lincoln, .
" Sophia Louise, .
John Augustine, .
" Mary Barton, .
Cornwell, Elizabeth S., .
Cosner, Bayless Hunter, .
Lucy Gates, .
" Hunter Levi,
116 " Mary Jane, .
Cowley, Richard Brown, .
" Warren Westbrook,
" Silas, . . . .
Davis, Walter Gates,
Foster, Lydia, .
Dean, Almira, .
De Groot, Annie Matilda,
, Giles, .
Delano, Henry Harrison,
" Susie Louisa,
Denny, Alice Catherine, .
John Davis, .
Charles Addison, .
George Addison, .
Mary Lizzie, .
" Joseph Addison, .
" Walter Joseph us.
Dodge, Lucy, .
Goodale, Alfred Montgomery,
Caroline Juell, .
Edson, Mary Ann, .
Evans, Adelaide May,
" Henry Dearborn, .
Fairfield, Caroline Augusta,
Ephraim, Jr., .
Fay, Susanna, .
" Levi Lincoln, .
" Marion, .
" Sarah Malinda,
" William Hunter,
Field, Frances Amelia, .
Lucy Lincoln, .
Fish, Esther, .
" Ruth Jaques, .
Samuel Perley, .
Fitch, Charles Lincoln, .
Sarah Temple, .
Edwards Dwight, .
" George Walter,
Goodwin, Anna Malinda,
James Chauncey, .
Loss, Cora Edith, .
Holmes, Olive Amanda, .
" William Clark, .
Gould, Jane, .
Hooker, Daniel Whitney,
Greene, John Harmon, .
Alice Minerva, .
" Mary Anna,
Grout, Alfred Braman, .
Lucy Maria, .
" Alvan Lory,
Howe, Dolly, .
Elizabeth White, .
Hubbard, Jane Maria,
" Gertrude May,
" Grace Laura,
Hunt, Arvilla Whitcomb,
" Andrew, .
Arthur Leroy, .
" Carrie Louise,
Hamill, Francis Lincoln,
Charles Edwin, .
" " "
" Robert Lincoln, .
Haskell, Bessie AVinona,
Edith Louisa, .
" Charles Lewis, .
" Charles Loring,
" Elizabeth Robinson,
" Lewis Nelson, .
" Elizabeth Wellington
" Mary Isabella, .
" Emma Diana,
" " "
Frank Emory, .
" " Lincoln, .
Fred. Hatton, .
" Freddie Houghton,
" Sarah Jane,
" Simeon Avery, .
George Emery, .
" Sylvester Hooker,
" George Francis,
" William Loring,
George Willis, .
Henry, Margaret, .
Ida Bell, .
Ida Belle, .
Ira, . . . .
Hillman, Brasilia, .
Hobson, Henrietta Juell,
" " . . .
Hunter, Josephine Cornwell,
Johnson, Samuel Winans,
Levi Lincoln, .
Walter Clarke, .
William Scott, .
Jordan, Tristram, Jr.,
' Marian Dexter,
' Mary Ann,
Karrick, Lucy Hurlbut, .
Mary Lincoln, .
Keep, Elizabeth Frances,
' Marshal L.,
' Martha Lucena,
Kellogg, Charles Harvey,
Kidder, John Eddy,
' Susan Bullard, .
' ' Mary Wilson , , .
Walter Emery, .
' Walter Goodale,
' Walter Kimball,
King, Catharine Whiteman,
Kinne, Nancy Jane,
' " Lincoln,
Knapp, Elizabeth, .
Ilurlbut, Mary Deming,
Lapham, Susan Maria,
Irish, Abby Josephine,
" Isaac C,
Learned, Edwin Albert, .
Ives, Fannie Eliza, .
" Grace L.,
" Lucy Fronia,
Leonard, Samuel H.,
" William Walter,
" Louise Hunter,
Jackson, Ella Minetta, .
Libby, Jane Juell, .
Jenkins, James Hamlin, .
Alice Horton, .
Johnson, Charles Clrafton,
" Eleanor Clifford,
" Frank Harold, .
Arthur Ward, .
" Grace May,
" Mary Osborne,
' Minerva Lovett,
' Carrie Augusta,
Lincoln, Charles Davis, .
" Charles Henry,
" Charles Levi,
" Charles Payson,
" Clara Almira,
" Clarence Arthur,
" Clarence Wyman,
" Edward Abner,
" Elizabeth Benton,
" Elizabeth Brewster,
" Elizabeth Wilder,
" Ellen Maria,
" Emeline, .
" Emma Louise, .
" Eugene Augustus,
" Fannie Forrester,
" Fannie Maria, .
" Flora Elizabeth,
" Flora Estelle, .
" Flora Evelyn, .
" Florinda Elizabeth,
" Frank Howard,
" Frederic Allen,
" Frederic Ward,
" Frederick Dame,
" Frederick Miles,
" George Emory, .
" George Francis,
" George Hazen, .
" George Stanley,
" Hannah, .
Hattie Maria, .
" Helen Ward,
" Hiram Ward, .
" Horatio Bardwell,
" ^ Jr.
" Horace Wakefield,
" Ida Maria,
" Jacob Read,
" James Smith,
" Jane Elizabeth,
" John Kent,
" Julia Ann,
Lora Bell Church,
Maria Denny, .
Maria Louisa, .
Maria Louise, .
" Ward, .
Martha Gray, .
Morton Field, .
Russell Ward, .
W. H., . .
I>ockwood, Ella Willerine,
, Walter Willard, .
Charlotte May, .
Laura, . .
Lyon, Margaret E.,
Mackey, Mary Jane,
Montgomery, James Forest,
Marsh, Arthur "White,
30S " Lucy Lincoln,
' Edward Lester, .
307 " Mary Goodale, .
' George Albert,
311 " Margaret Augusta
145 " Sara Helen,
Hattie Elizabeth, .
309 " William,
' Mary Maria,
32 " William Edward,
310 " William Temple,
145 Moore, Alden,
Martyn, Lucinda Larned,
Maynard, Hannah, .
Morris, Edward Bontecou,
Meeker, Sarah Halsey, .
Miles, Arthur Lincoln, .
" Henry Lincoln, .
" John Emery,
" " . .
John Felt, . , .
" Charles Henry,
Morse, Charles D
" Ebenezer H.,
" Frances Willard, .
" Etta Louise, .
" Fannie Isabell,
" George Hiram,
" Henrietta Marin, .
Nelson, Phoebe Jane,
Newton, Dorothy, .
Nims, John, ....
" Myrna Louisa,
Nourse, Benjamin, Jr., .
" Rufus Barzillai,
" Prudence Aiken,
Miller, Clara Almira,
Nudd, Laura, . . . .
" Dorothy Lincoln,
" Edith Rebecca, .
Packard, Caleb Leach,
" Emma Harriet, .
" Elizabeth Barnard,
" Horatio Lincoln, .
Mary Sophia, .
" James Edward, .
Lottie Louise, .
" Susan Maria,
" Laura Maria,
" Mercy Lenora,
Pease, Phila, . . . .
Monroe, Charles Dana, .
Peckham, Nancy, .
" Mary Glover,
Peloubet, Rev. F. N., .
" Paul Dana,
Henry A., .
Montgomery, Edith Elizabeth,
Perkins, Ellen Kezer,
Pierce, Alice, .
Margaret Ann, .
Pierson, Emily Leveridge,
" Silas Downer,
" Fred Burton,
Scammon, John Q. A., .
" Frederic Augustus,
Ella Adelaide Augus
" Frederic Henry, .
" Mary Lucy,
'' Martha Lincoln, .
Powers, Frank Eugene, .
" Frank Lincoln, .
Skerry, Martha Ward,
" Hiram Stevens, .
Slocum, William Frederic,
John J., .
Prentiss, Lucretia Jackson,
, John, .
Purrington, Isabella Stockbrid^
" Susan, .
Homer Sargent, .
Putnam, Andrew, .
" Daniel Cady,
" Marie Augusta,
Read, Eunice Ann,
Reed, Mary Priscilla,
" Sally Tidd, .
Stoddard, Cora Frances, .
Robinson, Abram Fay, .
" John Fay,
" Lillie May,
" Maria Louisa,
" William Lincoln,
Harry Bradford, .
James, . . . .
Rowan, Jane, . . . .
Stone. Jessie Hutchinson,
Lilla Maria, .
" Oscar Emmons.
.Sullivan, Gen. John,
Taylor, Carolyn Brewster,
" Edwin Pemberton,
" Rowland Kinne,
Thompson, Sarah Jane,
Thrall, Anna, .
Tinker, Margaret, .
Titus, Mary Ann, .
Tuttle, Cornelius Osnier,
" Fannie Arvilla,
" Sallie Louisa,
Ware, Archibald Hazen,
" Julia S.,
Warren, Henry Elijah,
' ' .Sarah ,
Weaver, Carrie Florinde,
" Emma Elizabeth,
" George Lincoln,
" Katie Lincoln, .
" Mary Louise,
" Susan Francis, .
Webb, Mary, .
Wheeler, Martha Richmond,
" Nancy Cutler, .
Whitcomb, Luke, .
" Catherine Emily,
" Clarence Alonzo,
" Eleanor Cutting,
" Everett Alonzo,
" Henry Arthur,
" .Joel, .
" Mandana Elizabeth,
" Olive Wheeler,
" Ralph Warren,
Julia A. , .
" Cynthia E.,
" Mary, .
Willard, AnnaE., .
Willson, Emily Francis,
" Harvey Williams,
Wilson, Cecile Henrietta,
" Jane Clapp,
Winans, Caroline, .
Winch, Joseph Benson,
" Flora Josephine,
Winchenbaugh, Laura A.,
" Mary Jane,
Wood, Addie M., .
Elizabeth S. , .
Woolley, Hannah S.,
Relief Willard, .
Wright, Alfred Parks, .
Alice Lincoln, .