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GENEALOGY AND HISTORY 



OF THE 



GUILD, GUILE, AND GHi 



FAMILY. 



BY 

CHARLES BURLEIGH 



"HoiKir thy farlicr and tliy iiiotluT."— Exodus 20: I'J. 

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Act well your |)ait; tliore all the hiiiior lies." — J'opc's Essuy on Mail. 



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Contents. 



PAGE 

Author's Preface 9 

Introduction 12 

The name in England and Scothind 21 

Rev. William Guild, d.d 22 

English Notes 24 

Posterity of John Guild, of Dedham 25 

Second Generation 26 

Third Generation 27 

Fourth Generation 36 

Fifth Generation 60 

Sixth Generation 104 

Seventh Generation 1 65 

Eighth Generation 212 

Posterity of Samuel Guile, of Haverhill, Mass 221 

Second Generation 223 

Third Generation 224 

Fourth Generation 227 

Fifth Generation 237 

Sixth Generation -"S 

Seventh Generation ^94 

Eighth Generation 3'4 

Ninth Generation 3' 7 

Miscellaneous 3'9 

Marriages 3-- 

Corrections and Additions 325 

Index — John, of Dedham 3 7 

Index — Samuel, of Haverhill ^^ 

Index — All other Names 344 

Index — Places ^^^ 



List of illustrations. 



PAGE 

Six Coats-of-Arms, in two plates Frontispiece 

Charles Burleigh, Portland, Maine 9 

House of John Guild, Dedham, Mass., 1637 23 

Samuel Guild, Roxbury, Mass 114 

Chester Guild, Somerville, Mass 116 

Benjamin F. Guild, Boston, Mass 118 

Calvin Guild, Dedham, Mass 144 

Almond Guild, West Winfield, N. Y 158 

Zelotus Guild, East Saginaw, Mich 159 

James Guild, Roxbury, Mass. 173 

Henry Guild, Roxbury, Mass 174 

Curtis Guild, Boston, Mass 177 

Joseph H. Guild, Rupert, Vt 190 

Egbert F. Guild, East Saginaw, Mich 209 

Ancient Ship 220 

Josiah Burleigh, Portland, Maine 252 

Abner Gile, La Crosse, Wisconsin 273 



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AUTHOR'S PREFACE. 



About the year 1872 the author became interested in the history 
of his own ancestry, and commenced making inquiries in regard to it. 
During the progress of his researches there was awakened in liim 
a desire for more extended information, and he was encouraged to 
continue his efforts until he had accumulated sufficient material to 
warrant him in publishing' a " Genealogy of the Burleigh Family," 
and the book was issued in 1880. From the experience thus ob- 
tained, he had acquired such a fondness for genealogical research 
that it became to hmi an almost irresistible fascination, and in conse- 
quence he was impelled to continue the pursuit in the collateral 
branches of his family, thus procuring considerable material relating 
to other family names, much of which has been contributed to other 
genealogists. 

Having devoted considerable time, without success, in trying to 
connect his great-grandfather, Samuel Guile, in an unbrr)ken line 
from Samuel Guile, one of the first settlers of Haverhill, Mass., he 
was induced to make closer search of the records, and more extended 
inquiries. He was especially prompted to do this, from the recollec- 
tions of his dear old grandmother, and the many good things received 
from her in his childhood ; her constant solicitude for the happiness 
of others which led her to minister to their necessities, and her abid- 
ing faith in the Divine Master; all tending to make the desire greater 
to honor her memory, and to ascertain from whom her noble quali- 
ties were inherited, and also to perpetuate the same in some perma- 
nent form by publishing the history of her ancestry. In searching 
the records at Haverhill, the author found the name of Guild apj^Iied 
to Samuel and his sons, in several instances, still it never occurred to 
him that the names might be identical, until he mentioned his pur- 
pose to prepare a genealogy of the Guile family to a friend, who un- 
derstood the name to be Guild, both being pronounced nearly alike 
in this country, and the friend mentioned the fact that Mr. Charles 
H. Guild, of Somerville, Mass., was greatly interested in the history 
of this family, and would no doubt render valuable assistance. .After 
a long correspondence with Mr. Guild, the result of their combined 
efforts was to establish the relationship between John, of Dedham, 
and Samuel, of Haverhill, beyond a reasonable doubt, and by his so- 
licitation the author was induced to include both branches in the 
work. 

In 1S67, Mr. Calvin Guild, of Dedham, published a duodecimo 
volume of one hundred twenty pages, containing a partial record 
of the family of John Guild, but during the period of twenty years 
which has elapsed since its publication, there has been a l.irge m- 
crease in the membership of the family, and many new branches have 
been discovered. In 187S, there appeared a small volume of forty 



10 author's preface. 

pages, issued by L. A. and T. (hiild, of Bethlehem, Conn., contain- 
ing the records of Samuel Guild, who went from Dedham to Leba- 
non, Conn., and in 1886, L. A. and G. S. Guild published a few pages 
supplemental thereto. None of these publications made any pre- 
tence of giving a history of the individual members of the family, 
but only to place the records, as far as they had ascertained them, in 
a permanent form. 

Tlie families have been found to be much more numerous and 
more widely scattered than had been supposed, and consequently 
the labor and expense in collecting the material has been greater 
than was at first estimated. The author has used all honorable 
means to procure extended and complete records of families and 
sketches of individuals, and a generally commendable interest has 
been manifested, but it is to be regretted that many to whom the 
blanks were sent have failed to make returns, and in numerous 
instances the request has been renewed by urgent appeals, with- 
out avail. The posterity of John Guild is presented with very few 
persons unaccounted for in the male lines. 

Had the records of Samuel Guile's posterity been placed in per- 
manent form twenty years ago, many of the broken lines might have 
been avoided; no doubt in the great emigration of 1817, many fam- 
ilies of this name moved West, and their descendants are still living 
in the smaller towns, engaged in agricultural pursuits, so that the 
author has failed to obtain a trace of them through the many direc- 
tories which have been consulted. 

Notwithstanding all the care which has been exercised, and all the 
means taken to verify dates and names, mistakes will occur in many 
different ways, for which the author is not responsible. Should any 
appear which may be fairly chargeable to him, a generous indulgence is 
solicited, for sixteen months' time seems a short period in which to pre- 
pare and publish a work of this kind. In the opinion of the author, 
seldom is there much to be gained by delaying a publication on 
which a reasonable time has been expended, and the ground fairly 
well covered. The arrangement, which is substantially that recom- 
mended by the New England Historic-Genealogical Society, is sim- 
ple, and possesses many advantages, not only to the compiler, but to 
the general reader. Every person in the male lines has a consecutive 
number, which can be ascertained by consulting the alphabetical in- 
dex. Where a cross (-|-) appears before that number, it shows that 
the record is carried forward, and the number will be found in 
large figures in the center of a page. In the female lines the sons 
and daughters are numbered with figures in parentheses, viz. (i ), (2), 
(3), etc.; the grandchildren with numerals, viz. (I), (II), (III); the 
great-grandchildren with capital letters, viz. (A), (B), (C), etc. ; and 
the great-great-grandchildren with small letters, viz. (a), (b), (c), etc. 

It is the earnest hope of the author that the result of his labors 
may impart to others the same gratification it has afforded him in its 
preparation, and he will be pleased to receive any additional material, 
which will be carefully preserved and deposited with the New Eng- 
land Historic-Genealogical Society at Boston, where any future gen- 



author's preface. 11 

ealogist of the family can obtain it, should it be thought advisable 
years hence to publish another edition. To all who have in any man- 
ner aided in this work the author tenders his hearty thanks j and 
espe cially to Mr. Charles H. Guild, of Somerville, Mass., to whom 
the family is largely indebted. It was he who encouraged the plan of 
taki ng up both branches, and became a liberal subscriber toward its 
publication. Having a large and valuable library of genealogical 
and historical works of his own, and having access to nearly all the 
published works of the kind, he has consulted them freely, and at all 
times, when requested to do so. He has prepared the Introduction, 
arranged many sketches, made numerous personal visits to procure 
records, carried on a large correspondence in England and Scotland 
in the endeavor to locate the home of our ancestors, examined proof, 
and advised where the judgment of mature years is valuable to a 
young author. 

To Mr. E. F. Guild, of East Saginaw, Mich., the author is indebted 
for nearly all of the records relating to the posterity of Samuel Guild,* 
who moved from Leyden, Mass., to West Winfield, N. Y. The result 
of his efforts shows patience and perseverance, and the fullest ac- 
count of the female lines which the book contains. To Rev. Edwin 
S. Walker, of Springfield, 111., the author is indebted for the valuable 
material relating to the families which originated at Chester, Vt. To 
Mr. Calvin Guild, of Dedham, Mass., author of the first edition of 
the Guild Family, he is indebted for the records contained therein, 
the loan of his notes collected in view of a second edition, which had 
been his fondest desire, and only relinquished because of the weight 
of business cares, and his advancing years, and also for the con- 
fidence reposed in the author, who was to him a total stranger. 
Sf a:e forbids making mention of other special acts of kindness, but 
the author can sincerely say that the many friends he has made well 
repay him for the labor in the preparation of this volume. Let us 
go forward with the lessons which the past has taught, gathering 
fresh inspiration from the recollections of an honorable ancestry, and 
each succeeding generation adding virtue to virtue, so that our pos- 
terity may justly be proud of the attainments of their ancestors. 

Charles Burleigh. 

Portland, Me., Dec. i, 1887. 



INTRODUCTION. 



Genealogy has been defined as "an account or history of the de- 
scent of a person or family from an ancestor ; the enumeration of 
ancestors and their children in natural order of succession." 

But it is sometimes asked, " Of what use is it ? " This question 
might with almost equal propriety be asked concerning the kindred 
sciences of History and Biography ;. for if there is utility in preserv- 
ing a record of events, or of the life and character of' individuals, 
then the science which embraces, as it is now understood and prac- 
ticed, in a considerable degree both these features, must also be in- 
teresting and profitable. 

Our ancestors, the early founders of New England, were a rever- 
ent, conscientious and industrious people, and a consideration of 
their lives, their hardships and their achievements, cannot fail of 
proving salutary. "God sifted a whole nation that he might send 
choice grain into the wilderness." 

In a legal point of view, genealogical knowledge is essential for 
the stablishment of family or personal claims. Everyone should be 
able to define exactly his relationships and connections, even when 
no question of property, or mere matter of law or right, is involved. 
It is both a natural and an honorable ambition on the part of any 
man to have his genealogy traced, but unfortunately there are some 
who cannot see the necessity or desirableness of having their pedi- 
grees ascertained, or of preserving any papers or documents bearing 
upon them, that they may have their descents defined and arranged 
in authentic genealogical order. 

The neglect with which ancient documents are often treated in 
families arises frequently from carelessness, but in most instances 
from ignorance of their contents or their value. Most people appear 
to be content with mere traditionary details of their lineage, without 
being at the pains to authenticate them by reference to proper rec- 
ords or regular genealogical authorities. 

As a means of tracing the origin and history of a family it becomes 
necessary to consider briefly the origin and signification of personal 
names in general. Instead of family names which we bear in our 
days, there were at first only individual names, given to indicate some 
peculiarity, either of person or circumstances, and all proper names 
had originally a peculiar and appropriate meaning. Tiie most nat- 
ural way of distinguishing an individual, and one which connects 
itself the most with the identity of name and person, is that of giv- 
ing a name which shall remind others of his most striking peculiari- 
ties. But as a community increases, this limit proves to be insuffi- 
cient, and resort is had to the occupations, associations, habits, 
tastes, virtues, moral and physical defects, etc. But some other en- 



14 INTRODUCTION. 

largements become necessary in order to distinj^uish between mem- 
bers of the same family, and the custom arose of prefixing or adding 
somewhat to indicate the father's name, as, — John son of John, 
which became, for the sake of brevity, Johnson ; and so with many 
other names which were formed in like manner; in other languages 
other methods were used for this purpose, as, in Wales, the prefix 
was Ap or Ab ; in England, Fitz ; in Scotland, Mac; and in Ireland, 
Mac and O'. 

Following out the principle of seeking for the origin of a name 
from its apparent signification or application, we will now take the 
patronymic, which more immediately concerns the family of which 
we are to treat. 

In the Dictionary of Obsolete and Provincial English, by Wright, 
"Gild, is a village green; Guile, is as much liquor as is brewed at 
once;" Gille, is Scotch for servant; Guide, is from the Dutch signi- 
fying golden ; Guild, is from the Anglo-Saxon Gild-an, to yield or to 
pay (Dutch, Gilde ; German, Gilde ;) and is applied to a society or 
company associated as a commercial or trade corporation. The 
ancient Guilds were friendly trade societies, in which each member 
paid a certain initiation fee of a gold coin, called a guild. There 
was a separate guild for each craft of importance. The Court of 
Common Council, the Court of Aldermen, and the Chamberlains' 
Court, were called the City Guilds. 

The English names Gyller, Gayler, Gyllard and Gildart, are all cor- 
ruptions of Guilder, /.f., belonging to a Guild. And the name Guild 
itself is a surname. Considerable effort has been made to trace the 
name and family in the old country, especially in Scotland, from 
whence it was supposed by the compiler of the former " Genealogy 
of the Guild Family " that our ancestors emigrated, without, as yet, 
having been able to obtain much information of a definite or satis- 
factory nature. " Sims' Origin and Signification of Scottish Sur- 
names" makes no mention of the name in any of its different forms, 
and in Burke's "General Armory" the name is not found. 

At the present day the name Guild exists in various parts of Scot- 
land, although the persons bearing it do not appear to be numerous. 
The formation of the name as now found, does not seem to be phi- 
lologically indigenous to that locality, but partakes rather of an Eng- 
lish construction, and leads to a supposition that it may even have 
been transplanted from some other place than that, at a time previ- 
ous to its English adoption. 

There is a theory held by some, that the origin of the name and 
family may reasonably be looked for in the early Huguenot immigra- 
tion into England and Scotland, and that the name may possibly 
have been originally Guilder or Guildart. The French and Walloons, 
who tied to England and Scotland to escape the religious restrictions 
and persecutions, were mostly skilled artisans, and very many were 
cloth-makers, as England had previously been pastoral and agricul- 
tural rather than manufacturing, and had exported her product of 
wool to be manufactured abroad. But special efforts were about this 
time made, both in England and Scotland, to introduce the manufac- 



INTRODUCTION. 1 



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lure of cloth, and a body of Flemings became, settled in the Canon- 
gate of Edinburgh. 

It has been pretty conclusively ascertained that the majority, if not 
all, of the immigrants with whom our ancestors are found to have 
been in company upon their arrival, were from the counties of Nor- 
folk and Suffolk in England ; and it is hardly probable that these 
three, very young persons, should have come from some other dis- 
tant locality, but rather that they were in some way related to some 
of the company, and came under their protection, especially as in 
after years, in giving names to their children, we find them appropri- 
ating those which were peculiar to certain of those families. And, 
beside, the municipal and church records in and about London, stiU 
give instances of the name. 

In England, it was customary for separate classes to remain dis- 
tinct, the sons most generally following the avocation or calling of 
their father; and as it is pretty well ascertained that our immigrant 
, ancestors were weavers, this may have been the calling pursued by 
their ancestors also, which would seem to give a possibility to the 
Huguenot theory. 

As a means of tracing an ancestry, and as a help to the genealo- 
gist, resort is often had to the evidences of heraldry ; but it should 
be distinctly understood that there is no such thing as a coat-of-arms 
belonging to all bearers of any particular surname. And the claim 
to use a coat-of-arms because " it belongs to our family" is entirely 
absurd, indicating an entire ignorance of the principles which govern 
heraldry or a total disregard of all authority in such matters. No 
person is entitled to use armorial bearings, although they may have 
been borne by some one of the same family name, unless he can 
prove his descent in regular line from the person to whom they were 
originally granted. But as no Herald's College exists in America, 
greater latitude in this respect may reasonably be atTorded, and the 
stringent laws governing the use of coat-armor in Europe need not be 
insisted upon ; and if a person can reasonably trace his ancestry to 
any locality where a certain armor was used by persons of his family 
name, it is perhaps pardonable to appropriate it, although the direct 
line of descent cannot be shown. Many families in New England 
possess old paintings of their coat-of-arms, which are highly prized by 
them, and are treasured as heirlooms, under the supposition that they 
are genuine and have been in the possession of their ancestors for a 
much longer period than they actually have, which are similar in many 
of their features, and are generally spurious. They are blazoned on 
a sheet of paper about fourteen inches by ten inches. The shield is 
always surmounted by an esquire's helmet of steel and gold (although 
an esquire's helmet should always be of steel only). They are dec- 
orated on either side by branches of palm and laurel, and under- 
neath is a scroll, which, instead of a motto, generally has, " By the 

Name of ," or " He beareth, etc.. Azure, a lion rampant, gold, 

by the Name of ." And the absurdity has been even carried 

so far as to make use of the American Hag for a crest. ( See No. 4. ) 

This is the description of a large number which were painted by 



16 INTRODUCTION. 

one John Cole, or his son John Cole jr., between the years 1776 
and 1826, or of those which were painted by George Searle, who 
flourished about the same time as the elder Cole, although there 
were a few other equally irresponsible artists deceiving the pub- 
lic in the same manner. The work of any of these is easily distin- 
guished by persons of experience in such matters, through cer- 
tain peculiarities which were characteristic of them. It was their 
custom to paint a lot of different designs, many of which were taken 
from " Guillims Display of Heraldry," and fill in the name of any 
person who became their patron as they solicited orders in traveling 
about tlie country. Others have been found which appear to have 
some element of genuineness, but to whom they were originally 
granted, or by what line of descent they have been perpetuated, has 
not been ascertained. The late Benjamin Guild, Esq., of Boston, 
while traveling in Great Britain, procured, it is said, from the Her- 
ald's College in London, a coat-of-arms which was claimed to have 
been granted to some person of the name of Guild, which he caused 
to be engraved on a stone, and used as a signet to a ring. It may be 
described as follows : y\zure, a lion rampant, or ; Crest, on a wreath 
an arm couped, holding in the hand a broadsword ; Motto, Main- 
tien le Droit. (See No. 5.) There is also one, " Guilde of that Ilk," 
depicted in " Stodart's Scottish Arms," which was taken from "An 
Ancient manuscript called Workmans." ''Of that Ilk," in Scottish 
usage, denotes that a person's surname and title are the same. This 
one bears evidence of the greater anticiuity, and as having been 
granted to some one of the name of Guilde, but to whom or at what 
time it is not now known, consequently no one at the present day, in 
our country at least, can rightfully lay claim to its use. These arms, 
were, however, used by the Rev. William Guild, of Aberdeen, and by 
his father, Matthew Guild, of the same place. It is described as fol- 
lows : Arms, Azure, a chevron, or, between three marigolds of the 
second. No crest or motto. (See No. 6.) 

In Burke's General Armory, the arms of Guides (Scotland) are 
given as follows : Azure, a chevron argent, between three tadpoles, or. 
(See No. i.) Also the arms of Guille (Bailey, of Guernsey, 1511), 
Azure, a chevron between three mullets of eight points, or; Crest, 
a mu.let of seven points, or, between two wings argent. Motto, 
Rapiim ad sidcra foliar. (See No. 3.) Guille (of Jersey) Azure, a 
chevron between three stars of seven points, or ; Crest, a star as in 
the arms. Motto, ^, ccslo lux mea. (See No. 2.) It will be observed 
there is considerable similarity between the arms found in '• Work- 
man's Manuscript " and that of the family of Guille of Jersey, the 
field and the chevron being the same, the difference being in the sub- 
stitution of mullets instead of the flowers. 

Nearly all the persons by the name of Guild, Guiles, Guile, and 
Gile, in America, are descended from the immigrant brothers John 
and Samuel Guild or Guile, who came to this country in the year 
1636; and as they appear to have been persons in the humble walks 
of life, it is highly improbable that they supported the dignity of coat 
armor, or claimed nobility of blood or birth. But they do appear to 
have been persons possessing those sterling qualities of mind and 



INTRODUCTION. 17 

heart of which good citizens, patriots and Christians are formed ; 
and if we may lay claim to a kinship by which we have derived a no- 
bility of this sort, it will be amply sufficient. 

When the Pilgrims landed at Plymouth, in 1620, New England 
was one vast wilderness, inhabited only by the American Indians 
and wild beasts. From 1620 to 1630 the amount of immigration was 
inconsiderable, and but few new settlements were made. The arbi- 
trary and oppressive measures which were enacted in England by 
King Charles I. and his prime minister. Archbishop Laud, caused a 
new impetus to be given to emigration, and the number of those who 
departed to America was very large during the next decade, notwith- 
standing the stringent measures which were adopted to prevent it, 
and in order to procure a passage, it became necessary to resort to 
various expedients to accomplish that end. Large numbers regis- 
tered as servants, and efforts were made to withhold the names of 
many, so that the recorded lists of emigrants that have been pre- 
served are very meager and defective. Upon the removal of the ar- 
bitrary restrictions concerning religious matters in 1640, emigration 
to America again nearly ceased, and for the next hundred years prob- 
ably more left for England than came to New England. 

The brothers John and Samuel Guild, with their sister Ann, ar- 
rived about the year 1636, but the place from whence they embarked, 
the name of the ship in which they came, or the port of their arrival, 
are not positively known, neither is it ascertained beyond a doubt 
where they were located previous to their going to Dedham, Mass. 

They were probably quite young when they came, and judging 
from the dates of the marriage of each, and of the qualifying of the 
brothers as freemen, it is conjectured that Ann was the oldest, being 
about twenty, John about eighteen, and Samuel about sixteen years 
of age. 

The marriage of James Allen and Ann Guild is recorded in Ded- 
ham, March 16, 1638, as also the births of four of their children, 
previous to their leaving with the company which went from Dedham 
in 1649, to found a new settlement on its western border, which in 
the following year was incorporated by the name of Medfield. A 
partial genealogy of their descendants was published by Joseph 
Allen in 1869. 

The genealogy of the descendants of John Guild, by Calvin Guild, 
of Dedham, contains all the names and statistics that the author 
had been able to procure during a period of nearly twenty years pre- 
vious, but giving a record of only two hundred eighty-four families. 
Since then the increase of the family has been very great, and dili- 
gent and persistent efforts have been rewarded by finding also a very 
large number of families that had removed early from .\Lissachusetts, 
and become dispersed throughout the United States, but principally 
in Connecticut and the West, which were not included in the first 
edition, a disposition to become pioneers having early manifested 
itself. 

Samuel Guild seems not to have permanently located in Dedliam, 
but went in 1640, to Newbury, leaving there soon after to join the 
company formed by the Rev.' Nathaniel Ward, which commenced a 



18 INTEODUCTION. 

settlement at Haverhill ; here he continued to reside during the 
remainder of his long life, becoming identified with all the meas- 
ures which were instituted and carried out for the prosperity of the 
enterprise. 

The year 1636, the date of the arrival of these immigrants, has 
been described as " the stormiest and most perilous in the history of 
the colony." The brilliant but erratic Harry Vane had just been 
chosen governor in place of John Haynes, and after an unpopular 
administration of one year, was succeeded by the renowned John 
Winthrop, who held the office for three years, with Thomas Dudley 
as deputy-governor. The disturbances occasioned by Mrs. Anne 
Hutchinson in the teaching of her peculiar doctrines and her sharp 
criticisms upon the government, had procured for her the sentence of 
banishment ; and Roger Williams, by his " unsettled judgment," and 
his denial of the rights of government, had made himself obnoxious 
to such a degree that it was considered unsafe to allow him to re- 
main ; the Indians were becoming hostile, and the Pequot War was 
on the eve of breaking out, so that it was necessary for all the inhab- 
itants of the newly settled towns to keep in constant readiness to 
repel any attack, and many were called upon to take up arms and 
march in defence of the settlements. 

The government was administered by a General Court, consisting 
of a governor, a deputy-governor, and eighteen assistants ; and only 
freemen, that is, those who, being members of one of the churches, 
had been duly elected such by the general or quarterly court, and 
had subscribed to the Freeman's Oath, were permitted to vote. 
The Freeman's Oath, as established in 1634, was as follows : — 

I, ( ), being by God's providence an Inhabitant and Freeman, within the 

Jurisdiction of this Commonwealth, do freely aciiuowledge myself to be a subject 
to the Government thereof; And do here swear by the great and dreadful Name of 
the Ever-living God, that I will be true and faithful to the same, and will yield as- 
sistance and support thereunto, with my persoti and estate, as in equity I am 
bound, and will also truly endeavor to maintain and preserve all liabilities and priv- 
ileges thereof, submitting myself to the wholesome Lawes and (Orders made and 
established by the same. And further, that I will not plot or practice any evil 
against it, or consent to any that shall so do; but will timely discover and reveal the 
same to lavvfull Authority now here established, for the speedy preventing thereof. 
^Moreover, I doe solemnly bind myself in the sight of God, that when I shall be 
called to give my voyce touching any such matter of this state, in which Freemen 
are to deal, I will give my vote and suffrage as I shall judge in mine own con- 
science may best conduce and tend to the publicke weal of the body. So help me 
God in the Lord Jesus Christ. 

Thus it may be seen what value the early founders of New Eng- 
land placed upon citizenship, and what safeguards were instituted for 
the integrity of the Commonwealth. 

The older towns had already " become straitened for want of 
room," and the people were pushing out into the wilderness and found- 
ing new ones. At first thought this being straitened for want of room 
appears strange, but in reality it is not so when we consider that the 
occupation of the people at this time was almost exclusively in the cul- 
tivation of the soil, and in the rearing of cattle; and as it was mainly 
the valleys which were tilled, and the meadows which furnished the 
grass and hay for feeding the stock, all other localities being densely 



INTRODUCTION. 19 

wooded, we can readily see the necessity for their seeking, from tim e 
.to time, other suitable locations. Prompted by this impulse, a peti- 
tion was sent to the General Court by the people of Watertown and 
Roxbury, for leave to locate a settlement on the Charles River, above 
the falls, which was granted in 1635, and operations were immedi- 
ately commenced. The first town-meeting was held in the same year, 
with twelve persons assembled; the next year the number was nine- 
teen, and in 1642-3 there were but sixty or seventy. 

It is probable that the two brothers John and' Samuel, and their 
sister Ann, were in Dedham as early as 1637, as in this year John 
subscribed to the town compact or covenant, and in 1638 the mar- 
riage of Ann is recorded there. John is named among the original 
proprietors to whom land was granted on the first apportionment in 
severalt}', in 1642 ; but as Samuel had left in 1640, his name is not 
found as a landholder. 

As an indication of the character of our early New England fa- 
thers, and as giving an illustration of the motives and methods in the 
founding of new towns, a copy of the compact or covenant is here 
inserted. 

1st We, whose names are hereunto subscribed, doe in the feare .ind reverence 
of our Almighty God, mutually and severally promise amongst ourselves and to 
each other, to p.ssesse and practice one trueth according to that most perfect 
rule, the foundation whereof is everlasting love. 

2d That we shall by all means laboure to keepe of from us all such as are con- 
trarye minded, and receive only such unto us as may be p.ably of one harte with 
us, as shal we either know or may well and truly be informed to walk in peaceable 
conversation with all meekness of spirit for the edification of each other ih the 
knowledge and truth of the Lord Jesus, and the mutuall encouragement unto all 
temporall comforts; in all things seeking the good of each other out of all which 
may be derived from power. 

3d That if at any time difference shall arise between p.ties of our said towne, 
that then such p,tie or p,ties shall p,sently refer all such difference unto som one, 
two, or three others of our said societie, to be fully accorded and determined with- 
out any further delaye, if it possibly may be. 

4th That every man that may now or hereafter have lotts in our said towne 
shall paye his share in all such rates of money and charges as shall be imijosed 
upon him rateably in p, portion with other men; as also become freely subject unto 
all such orders and constitutions as shall be necessarily had or made, now or at 
any time hereafter from this day forward, as m,tt for loving and comfortable socie- 
tie in our said towne, as allso be for the p.sperous and thriving condition of our 
fellowshipe, especially respecting the feare of God, in which we desire to begin and 
continue whatsoever we shall by his loving favour take in hand. And for the bet- 
ter manifestation of our true resolution herein, every man so received to suhscribc 
hereunto his name, thereby obliging both himself and his successors after him for- 
ever, as we have done. 

This compact or covenant was in effect a constitution, and laid the 
foundation for making legitimate by-laws. For three years the gov- 
ernment was maintained by all the citizens assembled in monthly 
meetings. But this method proved to be too much of a tax upon 
their time, inasmuch as it diverted them from their business, and 
their power was delegated in 1639 to seven men, to be annually 
chosen for this purpose, to whom were intrusted all the powers of the 
body politic, and who were styled the selectmen. 

As the settlement of the town proceeded in this gradual manner, it 
was some time before distinct and authentic accounts of the proceed- 



20 I^'TEODUCTION. 

ings were recorded, and it was toward the end of 1642 before any 
one was deputed to register the births, marriages and deaths, accord- 
ing to the order of the General Court. 

Such were the municipal features of Dedham plantation for many 
years, a little community governed principally by its own laws, and 
having but little connection with other people. And no sooner had 
the foundations of civil government been laid, than the people set 
about procuring a religious teacher, built a meeting-house, and per- 
formed every other act necessary for immediate establishment of 
worship among them. Then immediately followed measures for in- 
stituting public schools, toward the support of which a portion of the 
public lands were devoted. 

The dwellings of the settlers were at first of the most primitive 
character, such as could be constructed without the aid of mechanics, 
of whom there were but few, and it was several years after the com- 
mencement of a settlement before frame houses were erected. These 
were quite similar in style, being generally of two stories in height, 
with the upper story projecting somewhat beyond the lower one, and 
ihaving a long, steep, lean-to roof.* Their food was coarse and frugal, 
little meat of any kind being used, the staple articles being coarsely 
ground meal of wheat or Indian corn for their bread, and beans 
cooked in various ways. Coffee and potatoes were unknown, and 
but very little tea was used ; their clothing was coarse in texture and 
quality, but by careful usage was made to serve for a long time. The 
Sabbath commenced on Saturday at sunset, when all manual labor 
ceased, and continued till the following sunset. Services on Sunday 
began at nine o'clock a.m., the people being called to assemble by 
beat of the drum, and the exercises usually continued for four or five 
hours, with a shorter service in the afternoon. Voting in town meet- 
ings was effected by the freemen present casting corn and beans, — a 
grain of corn for the affirmative and a bean for the negative. A 
"train band" became an early necessity, and even the youths of six- 
teen years of age and upward were compelled to drill weekly, to fit 
them for service. The mode of traveling was for a long time on 
horseback, the wife or children being carried behind the man, on a 
pillion. There were no wagons, nor roads suitable for their use had 
they been possessed. For many years wolves and other wild animals 
were destructive, and the settlers were in almost constant alarm and 
peril from the Indians. 

Thus has been brietiy given a description of the state and condi- 
tion of New England at the time of the arrival of our immediate an- 
cestors, of the method of founding tlie towns, of the formation of 
the churches, and a glance at some of the manners and customs of 
the people of that age, thereby reminding us of the sterling qualities 
of those who, by their wisdom, their sacrifices and their perseverance, 
achieved for us the glorious heritage of a free, enlightened and Chris- 
tian commonwealth. 

Verily "other men labored, and we have entered into their labors." 

* An elderly lady, now living, remembers to have seen the original house of John 
Guild, and from her description a very good sketch of it has been made. 



WottB laclattnij to tfje Name in 32nfllau^ auTi ^cotlau^. 



1449-50 Alexander Guide, had property in Sterling. 

1489 Margarite Guide, some time spouse of William Farquar, 

Burgess of Dundee. 
1508 George Guld, was witness to a charter by Thomas Woth- 

ringham, of Powry. 
1 5 10 William Guld, had property in Dundee. 

1524 William Guide, had property at Argylesgate, Dundee. 

1528 Robert Guld, in Pitlevy in Barony of Panmure. 

1 53 1 Katherine Guild, had property in Dundee. 

15 18 William Guyld, chaplain, witness to charter by Andrew 

"Kynnard of that Ilk," signed and confirmed at Dun- 
dee in 1535. 
153^ Walter Guide, witness to a charter. 

1538 Robert Guld, in Forfarshire, was of an assize. 

1529-41 James Guide, chaplain of Edinburgh. 

1543 John Guild, mentioned in a charter of lands in Renfrewshire. 

1549 Confirmation of Mylne, Burgess of Dundee, and Katherine 

Guyld his spouse, one-half of lands of Balruycht, in 
Forfarshire. 
1554 David Guild, canon of St. Salvador's College of St. Andrews. 

i486 The lands of Guylde-landis, near the town of Irvine, Ayr- 

shire, belonged to John Gluvare (Glover), chaplain, and 
in 1574, Guld-landis in Annandale, Dumfrieshire, are 
mentioned. 
Oct. 31, 1646. In returns of special services for County of Fif, of 
this date, Charles Monteith, of Randieford, sole 
heir to his father in the lands of Guyldie-landis, 
near Dunfermline. 
Aug. 5, 1600. In ditto, for County of Forfar, John Creichton, sole 

heir to his uncle, William Guild, in certain lands. 
Mar. 20, 1635. I" ditto, for County of Forfar, the lands of Guylde, 

mentioned. 
1675 to 1696. In ditto, for County of Huddington, Guildis, alias 

Brandis, mentioned. 
Feb. 16, 1678. In ditto, for County of Perth, lands in Guild hill, 

mentioned. 
July 24, 1661. James Rolland, merchant, Burgess of Aberdeen, heir 
to his aunt Catherine Rolland, relict of Dr. Wil- 
liam Guild.* 

♦The above items were obtained by Robert C. Walker, F. S. A., Scotland, at 
the request of John Guild, Esq., of Dundee, and by him forwarded to Mr. Charles 
H. Guild, of Somerville, Mass. 



REV. WILLIAM GUILD, D.D. 



Rev. William Guild, d.d., a Scottish divine, born at Aberdeen in 
1586, was the son, and probably the only son, of Matthew Guild, a 
wealthy armorer of that place, and a member of the Corporation of 
Hammermen, who died in 1603. 

He had three sisters (Jean, Christian and Margaret), two of whom 
survived him, and succeeded to a part of his estate, yean was mar- 
ried to David Anderson, of Finzeauch, celebrated in the Statistical 
Account of Aberdeen as so eminent for his philosophical knowledge 
and abilities that he was commonly called Davie do a' thing. She 
died before her brother, and bequeathed a very considerable sum 
"for the maintenance and education of poor orphans." Christian 
was unmarried at the time of her brother's death. Margaret., the 
other surviving sister, was married to Thomas Cushnie, glazier. 

In Aberdeen, the place of the nativity of Dr. Guild, there is not a 
public register of births or baptisms of so ancient date as the year 
1586, but it is, however, sufficiently known by other authentic evi- 
dence, that he was born in that year, though the particular day of his 
birth cannot now be ascertained. 

He was early placed under the care of proper teachers, and his 
progress was such as to qualify him early for something higher. The 
new college in Aberdeen, founded by George, Earl Marischal, having 
been lately opened for the reception of students, he entered this sem- 
inary. He early developed a relish for theology, to which he pecul- 
iarly devoted himself, and in which he made great progress, so that 
at the age of twenty-two he had published his first treatise, which was 
soon followed by others. 

In 1608, he was called to the pastoral charge of the parish of King 
Edward, in the presbytery of Turriff, and synod of Aberdeen, where, 
amidst the laborious duties of his office, he passed some of his hap- 
piest years. 

In 1610, he was married to Katherine Rowen, daughter of 

Rowen or Rolland, of Disblair, an amiable woman, by whose aid 
and sympathy he was greatly assisted and sustained. They had no 
children. 

Jan. 12, 163 1, Dr. Guild was appointed successor to Mr. James 
Ross over one of the prominent pastoral charges of Aberdeen, and 
having consented to the election, he was removed from King Edward 
to Aberdeen by the usual procedure of his ecclesiastical superiors, 
and he became associated in the work of the ministry at Aberdeen, 
with several pious, moderate and learned colleagues. 

His devoted attachment to the interests of the citizens of Aber- 
deen was manifested by his aid to their public seminaries of learning 
and their societies for the encouragement of honest industry, to which 
he made munificent donations. 

Aug. 18, 1640, he was elected Principal of King's College, and on 
the twenty-seventh of June, 1641, he preached for the last time as 
Minister of Aberdeen. The college received the royal favor and 
encouragement of the Sovereign, King Charles I., who was so well 
pleased with the merit of the worthy principal, that he bestowed 
upon him the free gift of the house and garden which had formerly 
been the residence of the Bishop of Aberdeen. But Dr. Guild did 



INTRODUCTION. 23 

not allow the gift to increase his private fortune, for, with that gener- 
osity and beneficence for wliich he was so remarkaljle, he devoted 
this present to the service of the public ; and the College, the town 
and the poor of the parishes derived addilionnl accominoilalion. 

The liame of civil war whicli had been icindled in all parts of the 
British Empire, was not extinguished without occasioning the trag- 
ical death of the king and the subversion of the monarchy. Many 
prominent persons, among whom were Dr. Guild and several of the 
professors of the College, being suspected of too strong attachment 
to the royal cause, incurred the displeasure of the ruling powers, and 
in 165 1, he, with others, was deposed. 

During his retirement. Dr. Guild added to the number of his theo- 
logical works, and was constantly engaged in further acts of liberal- 
ity and usefulness. His death occurred in August, 1657. 

Mrs. Guild seems to have resembled her husband in the benevo- 
lent affections of her mind, and followed his example in the charita- 
ble deeds of her life. 

In a Latin oration in praise of the benefactors of Marischal Col- 
lege, published in the year 1702, the orator (Mr. William Smith) 
makes honorable mention of Dr. Guild, and calls him " a most re- 
ligious man, of profound learning, unspotted holiness and eminent 
piety, and compares him to Zicharias ; and his wife to Elizabeth, 
' The glory of her age and sex for virtue and piety, and her vast do- 
nations;' and had she lived in other times, she had undoubtedly 
been canonized as a saint." She did not long survive her husband, 
but before she died she erected, at her own expense, a monument to. 
his memory in the churchyard of St. Nicholas in Aberdeen. 

The portrait of Matthew Guild, of Aberdeen, the father of the 
Rev. William Guild, D..D., is now hanging in the Trades Hall of 
Aberdeen, and is the earliest portrait known to exist of any one by 
the name of Guild. It was painted by Jamesone, who has been styled 
the "Van Dyck, of Scotland," and is a very fine specimen. It repre- 
sents him as a fine looking gentleman, of about forty, or forty-five 
years of age, having on a felt hat, of the Puritan style, and wearing a 
frilled collar and a cape cloak. In general features, it bears quite 
a resemblance to the well-known portraits of John Winthrop. Mr. 
John Guild of Dundee, obtained permission to have some large size 
photographs of it taken, one of which was very kindly sent to Mr. 
Charles H. Guild, who prizes it very highly. 

John Guild, Esq., an intelligent and influential Scottish gentleman, 
residing at Bayfield, Broughty Ferry, Dundee, is a Justice of the 
Peace, for the County of Forfar, has been for more than thirty years 
a member of the local Marine Board of Dundee, is a director of the 
high school of Dundee, and is a prominent officer in several of the 
largest banks, trust companies and insurance otfices in Scodand. in 
an interestmg correspondence, which has been maintained withhim, 
he states that he has the record of the births, baptisms, marriages 
and deaths in his family since 1715, but cannot trace beyond that. 
They were before then settled in Clackmanan shire and possessed 
I landed property there ; but the records, previous to that, were carried 
off or destroyed in the troublous times of the church. 



24 INTRODUCTION. 

He married Margaret Fraser Mackenzie, Culloden, Inverness shire, 
and had issue four sons. 

Their eldest son, William Guild is in Haddingtonshire, where he has 
a large farm at Castlemains, Dirleton, and is a captain in the Had- 
dingtonshire Rifle Volunteers. In iSSo he was married, in St. 
Margaret's church, Westminster, by Canon Farrar (author of the Li'e 
of Christ), to Caroline Ada Royes, only daughter of the Hon. Charles 
Royes of Windsor Estate, St. Anne's Bay, Jamaica, and has issue, 
two daughters, Margaret de Hougham Guild and Sybil Guild. 

Their second son, Alexander Mackenzie Guild, has two farms in 
Fifeshire, East Hall and Rankeillour. He was married in 1882, to 
Catherine West Marjoribanks, Campton, Haddingtonshire. 

Their other two sons are twins. John Erskine Guild, m. a., Edin- 
burgh, is a member of the ''Society of Writers to Her Majesty's Signet" 
in that city ; and Robert Harrower Guild, m. a., of Edinburgh Uni- 
versity, is a partner in the firm of Messrs. Andrew Ogilvie & Co. of 
Dundee. 

Mr. John Guild also states he has a brother, William Guild, residing in Lindores, 
Fifeshire, who is a register of that town, and a Justice of the Peace for the County 
of Fife. Mr. William Guild, bought the valuable estate of Lindores, near New- 
burgh, some fifteen years ago, from the representatives of Admiral Sir Frederick 
Maitland. in whose flagship Napoleon was taken to St. Helena, and he is the only 
gentleman of the name in .Scotland, who possesses an old, hereditary estate. 

Another brother of Mr. John Guild's, who was formerly a large ship-owner in 
Dundee, is now residing in Perth. 

A cousin, James Guild, is a farmer in Haddingtonshire, and has a son, James 
Lyon Guild, who is also a farmer at North Berwick Abbey, in the same county, 
and was lately President of the Scottish Chamber i;f Agriculture. 

Some of the relatives of Mr. John Guild went to North Carolina, U. S. A., 
about 17S0, but he has no further record of them. 

157 1 Persons by the name of Gile and Guile are recorded in 
Surrey and Middlesex. In this year an intention of mar- 
riage is recorded at Chertsey, Surrey, between William 
Staunton, of Westminster, Gentleman, and Prudence Gile, 
a widow. 
1613-4 Jan. 10, a marriage license was issued, to John Lamkyn, 

of London, and Jerningham Guile, of Middlesex. 
161 1 Nov. 18, a marriage license issued to Thomas Thornton, of 
St. Botolph, Aldgate, London, and Abigail Guile, of St. 
Olave, Southwark, widow of Richard Guile, Feltmaker. 
1759 Nov. 17, an intention of marriage recorded between Abra- 
ham Leede and Thomasine Gyle, widow, both of St. Mar- 
tin's in the Field, also between Thomas Wilkinson, of St. 
Sepulchre's, and Isabella (kiile, of St. Lawrence. 
The original home of the Guille Family in Guernsey is believed to 
be on the bay called Saint, in the parish of St. Martin. According 
to tradition they were there in the time of William the Conqueror. 
At the dedication of St. Pierre du Bois Church in 1167, John Guille 
is on the authentic list of those honorable gentlemen present. The 
name of Guille is said to be Norman, probably the Norman form of 
the Latin Aigidiiis, English Giles. It is certainly singular that the 
Scotch arms of Guild are so nearly like those of the Guille family of 
Guernsey, and might suggest that the families and name originated 
from one source. 



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POSTERITY OF JOHN GUILD 

OF DEDHAM, MASS. 



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JFirst <lffntfratCon. 
1 

John Guild/ supposed to have been bom in England about 1616, 
came to America in the year 1636, with his brother Samuel and sister 
Ann. He was admitted to the church at Dedham, Mass., July 17, 
1640, and bought in this year twelve acres of upland on which he 
built a house which was occupied by himself and descendants for 
more than two hundred years. He was made a freeman May 10, 
1643, ^^^^ ^s one of the original grantees had assigned to him and his 
heirs forever, three roods and twelve rods, more or less, to which he 
added by grants and purchases, considerable other real estate in 
Dedham, \yrentham, Medfield, and Natick. He was thoroughly 
honest in all his dealings, industrious and frugal, modest in his 
deportment, and retiring in his habits. He never held any office, and 
the town records show his attendance at town meeting but once in 
several years, and then on an occasion of considerable excitement in 
relation to making alterations and additions to the meeting-house. 
He married, June 24, 1645, Elizabeth Crooke, of Roxbury, who 
transferred her relation from the church of that place to the church 
in Dedham, July 4, 1649. She died Aug. 31, 1669. He died Oct. 4, 
1682, leaving the following will : — 

Know All Men By These Presents, That I, John Guild of Dedham, in the County 
of Norfolk, in the Massachusetts Colony, in New England, being at present weake 
in bodye, and in expectation of my departure out of this world, do make this my 
last will and testament, in manner and form as foUoweth, viz.: — 

First, I give unto my three children, Samuel, John and Elizabeth all my wearing 
apparel, to be equally divided amcmg them, as well linen as woolen. I give and 
bequeath unto my daughter Elizabeth, two cows, one of w'ch is at present in her 
hands, and my bed and all belonging thereunto, as also all that is in my chest that 
is suitable for her .us2; Further, I give unto my s'cl daughter ail my land lying near 
the Falls, in the dividend called Natick Dividend, to her and her use forever, and 
one booke of Mr. Burroughs, called Gospel Conversation. 

I give and bequeath unto my son John Guild, all my land lying in Wrentham, as 
well upland as meadow, as also my lott near Meadfield, in the dnidend called 
Meadfield Dividend, to him and his heirs forever; also, I give unto my s'd John, 
my looms and four sleays, which are suitable for present use, as also one wheel w'th 
ye blades, and a booke c.tlled Sound Believer. I give and bequeath unto my son 
Samuel Guild, all my house lott with my dwelling house and barne, with my land 
upon Wigwarm Plaine; as also ir.y meadows at Fowle Meadows, and eight acres of 
land, more or less, at Ragged Plaine, and also all common rights in lands to me in 
any belonging which are not already mentioned in this my will, and for a full mani- 
festation that this above written is my reall will I have hereunto set my hand arid 
affixed my seal, this third day of October in the yeare of our lord one thousand 
six hundred eighty two ^t 1 

In presence of Nathaniel (Sig.) ...X^ ^r.r t^jA/l/i 

Sterns, Thomas Metcalf. T ^yL/ T^^^^ 



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GUILD GENEALOGY. 



It was certified in court, Nov. 3, 1682, "that he was, to the under- 
standing of the witnesses, of disposing mind." The following inven- 
tory of his estate was made Nov. 4, 1682 : — 

His wearing apparell, hats shoes, and Stockins 

His ISiblc and other books, 16-8, in money 4-8. 

A feather bed, with all thereunto belonging 

Some small pieces of linen -8, two sheep skins i-S, a great chest, 
and two boxes lo-S, one table and chair -6, a brush lo-S 

One cow, 50-8; his looms, slays, wheel, and implements belong- 
ing to weaving -5 

His lot in Natick Dividend ;^8; his lot in Meadfield Dividend ;i^8, 

His lot in Wrentham, with his common rights there 

His meadow at P"owIe Meadows, with 8 acres of upland at 
Ragged Plain 

His land upon Wigwarm Plaine, and the swamp adjoining there- 
to, with one at Clapboard Trees 

His dwelling house, barn and house lott 



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Children all born at Dedham : 



2 John,2 b. Aug. 22, 1646; died young. 
-j-3^Samuel,2 b. Nov. 7, 1647; m. Mary Woodcock. 

-i-4 John,^ b. Nov. 29, 1649; m. Sarah Fisher. 

5 Eliezur,'^ b. Nov. 30, 1653; d. June 30, 1655. 

6 Ebenezer,''^ b. Dec. 21, 1657; d. April 21, 1661. 

7 Elizabeth,^ b. Jan. 18, 1660. 

8 Benjamin,^ b. May 25, 1664; probably d. young, not mentioned in father's will. 



Scconlr (Sfcneratfon, 



Samuel Guild^ {jfohn^)^ son of John and Elizabeth (Crooke) 
Guild, born in Dedham, Mass., Nov. 7, 1647, married, Nov. 29, 1676, 
Mary Woodcock, daughter of Samuel and -A-nn( Herring) Wood- 
cock, of Dedham. She was born March 9, 1631-2. He Vv'as a 
member of Capt. Moseley's Company in King Philip's v^'ar in 1675; 
was made a freeman at Salem, May, 1678. In 1703 he was one of a 
committee to invest and manage school funds, a selectman of 
Dedham from 1693 to 17 13, and a delegate to the General Court in 
17 19. He died at Dedham, Jan, 1, 1730. 

Children born at Dedham : 

+ 9 Samuel," b. Oct. 12, 1677; m. Sarah Hartshorn. 

-j-io Nathaniel,''' b. Jan. 12, 1678; m. Mehitable Farrington (or I 'arlsho-n). 

11 Mary,'' b. May 9, 1681 ; d. May 27, 1768; m., May, 1714, John Fuller, of 

Dedham. 

12 John,* b. June 18, 16S3; d. Oct. 29, 1684. 

13 Deborah,* b. Sept. 16, 1685. 

+ 14 John,* b. Oct. 2, 16S7; m. Abigail Robinson. 
-f-iS". Israel,* b. June 11, 1690; m. Sarah 
-j-F6-^Ebenezer,* b. July 23, 1692; m. Abigail Daggett. 

-|-i7 Joseph,* b. Sept. 13, 1694; m. Abigail Fisher, Hannah Curtis. Beulah Peck- 
18 Elizabeth,* b. April 14, 1697. 



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POSTERITY OF JOHN GUILD OF DEDHAM. 27 

4 

John Guild'^ {yohn}-), son of John and Elizabeth (Crooke) Guild, 
born in Dedham, Mass., Nov. 29, 1649, m-irned, May 22, 1677, Sarah 
Fisher, daughter of Anthony and Joane (Faxon) Fisher, of Uedham. 
She was born Oct. 27, 165S. He moved from Dedham to VVrentham, 
Mass., in 1681, united with the church there April 13, 1692, and was 
elected a deacon, Dec. 7, 1707. " As the Puritan standard of fitness for 
church membership, and especially for the office of deacon, was very 
rigid, there can be no hesitation in ascribing to him all those qualities 
of mind and heart which constitute a trustworthy citizen and exem- 
plary Christian." He was a witness to the purchase of land from the 
Indians at Lancaster, in 1701, and died at Wrentham, January 24, 
1722-3. 

Children born at Dedham and Wrentham : 

19 Bethiah,^ b. Oct. 4, 1678; m., Jan. 7, 1703, Samuel Sears. 

20 Sarah, ^ b. Oct. 30, 16S0; d. Dec. 7, 1682, 

21 Sarah,' b. June 3, 16S3; d. July 30, 1757; m. ist, Jan. 7, 1703, Robert 

Blake; he d. Oct. 4, 1735; m. 2d, March 30, 173S, Nathaniel Perry. 

22 Elizabeth,*^ b. July 7, 1685; m., May 17, 1710, William Puffer, 

23 Joanna,^ b. Nov. 4, 16S7; m , May 17, 1715, Samuel, son of Eleazer and 

Esther (Judson) Kingsbury; he b. at Dedham, Nov. 4, 1690. They had: 
(i) Esther, b. Feb. 23, 1717-S; (2) Seth, b. May 18, 1720; (3) Joantta, b. 
Oct. 19. 1722. 

+24 John,^ b. Nov. 7, 1690; m. ist, Mercy Foster, 2d, Phebe Mann. 

-[-25 Josiah,* b. July 14, 1694; m. Deborah 

26 Judith,^ b. Sept. 19, 1697; m., June 16, 1720, Nathaniel Briggs. 

27 Ebenezer,* b. Sept. 9, 1700; d. Sept. 13, 1701. 

^Tijirtr CJntcratiou. 
9 

Samuel Guild^ {Samuel^ John^)^ son of Samuel and Mary (Wood- 
cock) Guild, born in Dedham, Oct. 12, 1677, married, Jan. 8, 1700-1, 
Sarah Hartshorn. She was born in Reading, 1679. He moved 
from Dedham to Windham, Conn., about 17 14^ thence to Lebanon in 
1716, where he died May 29, 1750, leaving the following will : — 

In the name of God amen, The 6th day of February 1748-9, I, Samuel Guild, of 
Lebanon, in the County of Windham, Connecticut Colony, in New England, being 
sick and weak in body, but of sound mind and memory, thanks be given to God; 
therefore calling unto mind the mortality of my body, and knowing that it is 
appointed for all men once to die, do make and ordain this my last Will .ind Testa- 
ment: That is to say, principally and first of all, I give and recommend to earth to 
be buried in decent Christian burial, at the discretion of my executors, ncthing 
doubting but at the general resurrection I shall receive the same agam by the 
mighty power of (iod; and as touching such earthly estate wherewith it has pleased 
God to bless me in this life, I give, devise and dispose of the same in the following 
manner and form j ., . 

Imprimas,— i give and bequeath to Sarah my dearly beloved wife, the sum ot 
twenty five pounds in bills of publick credit, of the old tenor, making goo.l to her 
the discount or sink of s'd bills of credit to be levied out of my estate, togather 
with all my household goods, debts, and movable effects, and likewise my dwcllmg 
house, that is to say that part of it which I built, exclusive from the other part 
which my son Samuel built for himself, to be improved by her during her natural 
life; and furthermore, so much cyder and apples out of my part of the orchard, as 



28 GUILD GENEALOGY. 

shall be needful for her support during her natural life. Likewise to be allowed a 
sufficiency of fire wood. 

Item, — I give to my well beloved son Samuel Guild, my cane with which I used 
to walk, or in lieu thereof twenty shillings of ye tenor. 

Item, — I give to the heirs of my well beloved son Jeremiah Guild, deceased: 
in the first place I give to my well beloved granddaughter Cynthia Guild, daughter 
of ye aboves** Jeremiah Guild, the sum of five pounds, old tenor. 

Item, — I give Mary Guild, daughter of said Jeremiah Guild, the sum of five 
pounds, old tenor. 

Item, — I give Samuel Guild son of the aboves'' Jeremiah Guild, the sum of five 
pounds in bills of credit of the old tenor. 

Item, — I give to my grandson, Jeremiah Guild, son to said Jeremiah Guild, 
deceased, the sum of five pounds in bills of publick credit of the old tenor. 

Item, — I likewise give all the remainder of my estate which I have not already 
given and disposed of, in this my last will and testament, to my five daughters; that 
is to say, to my well beloved daughter Sarah, the wife of James Wright ; to my well 
beloved daughter iMary, wife of Thomas Lyman; to Phebe my well beloved 
daughter, the wife of Samuel Woodward; to my well beloved daughter Elizabeth, 
the wife of John Sweatland ; to my well beloved daughter Abigail, wife of Benjamin 
Abel; which estate hereby given to these my daughters, here above named, shall be 
equally divided between them, each one having an equal proportion. Again, I like- 
wise constitute, make and ordain my trusty and well beloved sons-in-law, James 
Wright and Samuel Woodward, to be my executors of this my last will and testa- 
ment; and I do hereby disannul, revoke and disallow all and every other former 
wills, testaments, legacy and bequests executed by me in any ways before named, 
willed, and bequeathed, ratifying and confirming this and no other to be my last will 
and testament. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal the day 
and year above written. 
Signed, sealed, published, pronounced and Samuel Guild. 

declared by the said Samuel Guild as his 

last will and testament, in the presence of us 

the subscribers, Jacob Spoford, 

Robert Bennett, Wm. Lines. 

Children : 

28 Samuel,* b. Nov. 19, 1701 ; died young. 

29 Sarah,* b. Dec. 26, 1702; m., April 23, 1734, James, son of Samuel and 

Rebecca (Sykes) Wright, of Lebanon, Conn., who died Sept. 11, 1750. He 
was a Lieutenant of the Colonial Militia, and deacon of the church. Chil- 
dren : (i) Susanna, h. Aug. 21, 1725; {2) yaim^s, b. March 21, 1727; (3) 
ya/ic'3* h. April 24, 1728; {4) Sc2ra/i. b. Feb. 4, 1731; (5) hene, b. Feb. 
4. 1733; (6) 7^'^tn, b. Feb. 20, 1736; (7) Joseph, b. July 4, 173S; (S) Josiak, 
b. Sept 26, 1741. 
+30 Samuel,'* b. Sept. 27, 1704; m. Catherine Allen. 

31 Mary,* b. July 25, 1707; d. July 4, 1797; m., July 25, 1727, Dea. Thomas 
Lyman, of Lebanon, Conn. lie b. July 6, 1704; d. Aug, 17, 1783. Chil- 

*j!il)ez Wright married, June 4, 1752, Martha Washbumj of Coventry; married 2*1. Dec. 13, 
1774, Anne Lyiuan, of Lebanon. He lived at Lebanoii, was a member of the church ami scliool 
committee, aufl tlieil iu 17'.io. liis third son, Jesse, born May 10, 1760, married, 17)~(>, Mehita- 
ble, (langhter of Moses and Mehitable (Hridges) Clarlv, of Lebanon. He died Aug. 17, 1790. 
Tlieir only son, Jesse, born Feb. 24, 17'J0, married Ist, Philura Fuller; 2d, May 22, 18;53, Har- 
riet Williams. He was selectman, justice of the i)eace, ineml)er of the school committee, and 
member of the State Legislature from Lebanon. He died April 4, 1807. They had the fol- 
lowing children: (1) Edwin, b. Coventry, March 7, 1821; m. Oct. 29, 1850, Helen JI. Curtis, of 
Medford, Mass.; was grad. A.B., Yale College. 1840; student Law Dpt., Harvant I'uiversity, 
1844; is a lawyer, and resides in Uo.-tou. (2) Augeliue, b. iJec. 9. 1824; m. June 11. 1^.j1, Julian 
V. Pettis, of Lebanon. He grad. A.B., Yale College, 1836; read law and conmiencod practice; 
soon after became editor and proprietor of the National Preacher ; is connected with the Green- 
wich Fire Ins Co., and resides in IJrooklyn, N. Y. (3) Philura, b. Dec. 26, 1831; resides in 
Boston, unm. (4) Arthur Williams, b. Lebanon, Sept. S, 1836; m. Oct 6,1875, Sasai F. Silli- 
man, of Xew Haven, Ct. He grad. A.B., Yale College, 1859; tutor at Yale, 1863 -7; studied at 
universities at Heidelburg and Berlin, 1868-9; Professor of Physics and Chemistry. Williams 
College, 1868-72, and of Vale College since 1872; resides in New Haven. (5) Alexander Ham- 
ilton, b. Sept. 1, 1838; grad. A.ii., Yale College, 1863, ll.b., Law Dep., Columbia College, 
Waahingtou, D. C, 1886: is a lawyer at New York City. 



[ POSTERTIY OF JOHN GUILD OF DEDIIAM. 29 

dren : (i) Mary, b. Feb. 20, 1728; (2) SaraA, b. June 11. 1730; (3) Eunice^ 
b. July 29, 1732; (4) A'acht-l,h. April 15, 1735; (5) TV/^wa.f, b. June 28, 
1737; (6) Hairv, b. May 19, 1739; (7) Hannah, h. Aug. 4, 1741; (8), (9) 
Joseph and Benjamin, b. July 6, 1744; (10) Z>(/m;V/, b. July 9, 1746; (ii) 
Rachel, b. Sept. 3, 1747; (12) Abigail, b. May 5, 1752. (See Lymau Gene- 
alogy. ) 
+32 Jeremiah,* b. July 3, 171 1; m. ist, Mary Dudley; 2d, Elinor Evarts. 

33 Phebe,'* b. April 26, 17 13; m., Jan. 14, 1732, Samuel Woodward, of Lebanon. 

Children: (\] Phebe, b. Oct. 30, 1733; (-) Samuel, h. Nov. 5, 1735; (3) 
Rhoda, b. Feb. 8, 1738. 

34 Elizabeth,'' b. Oct. 6, 1716; m., April 15, 1736. John Sweetland jr., of 

Lebanon. Children: (i) Elizabeth, b. May 6, 1737; (2) John, b. April 12, 
1739; (3) Cynthia, b. June 24, 1742; (4) Samuel, b Aug. 21, 1744. 
_ 35 Abigail,* b. June 19, 1721 ; m. Benjamin Abel, he b. May 23, 1715. 

10 

Nathaniel Guild,^ {Samuel^ yohti^), son of Samuel and Mary 
(Woodcock) Guild, born at Dedham, Mass., Jan. 12, 17C8, married 
Mehitable Farrington (or Hartshorn?), who died Feb. 10, 177 1« 
He was appointed by Gov. Belcher, Oct. 10, 1736, Ensign in Capt- 
Eben Woodward's 2d Foot Company. He lived at Dedham, and 
died there Jan. 28, 1774. 

Children : 

36 Mehitable,* b. Feb. 18, 1707-S; m., Sept. 23. 1726, Jacob, son of Joseph 

and Mary Ellis. He was born March 17, 1702-3. 

37 Mary,* b. Oct. 24, 1709; m. John Morse. He was bom Nov. 10, 1703; d. 

Nov. 22, 1750. 
+38 Nathaniel,* b. March 20, I7r2; m. ist, Mary Boyden; 2d, Anna Rhodes. 

39 Susanna,* b. Nov. 23, 1712; d. Sept. 2, 1714. 

40 Susanna,* b. June 6, 1717; d. Sept. 13, 1742; m., Dec. 11, 1735, Jacob Hart, 

of Walpole. Children b. at Dedham: (l) Jacob, b. Dec. 3, 173S; (2) 
William, b. Dec. 8, 1740; (3) Katharine, b. April 13, 1742. 

41 Samuel.* b. July 13, 1719. probably the one who d. at Dedham, Jan. 4. 1742-3- 

42 Rebecca,* b. Sept. 6. 1721 : d. April 21, 1793; "i-. J^"- 28, 1742, I>ea. 

Samuel, son of Nathaniel and Abigail (Ayer) Cony, of Stoughton. He 

was born in Boston, April 15, 1719; d. Augusta, Me., April 12. 1S03. 

They moved from Shutesbury, Mass., to Hallowell, Me., in 1777. Children : 

(i) Rebecca (Cony), b. May 2, 1743; d. May 17, 179!^; m. Solomon Cummings; 

left no children. 
(2) Samuel (Cony), b. May 8, 1746; d. Hallowell, Me., Sept. 22, 1779; m. 
Susanna Johnson. 
I Hartshorn (Cony), h. June i, 1771; d. Nov. 9, 1804; m. Mar- 
tha Norton of Farmington, Me., where they resided. Children: 
(A) Martha (Cony), b. Nov. 19, 1794; m. James Lockhart. and 
had Susan and Hartshorn. (H) Daniel (Cony), b. July 25, 1796; 
m. Martha Norton, of Groton. Mass. (C) Hartshorn (Cony), 
b. April 16, 1798; m. Norton. 

II Jason Dexter (Cony), b. Nov. 8, 1772; d. New Orleans, Sept. 30, 
1810; m. Delight Church. He had (A) Evelina (Cony), b. June 
17, 1794; m. Hon. Hiram Belcher, of Farmington, Me.; had (a) 
Hannibal, b. June 15. 1818; (b) Charlotte, b. Aug. 29, iSio.d. 
Nov.25, 1834; (c) Abby D., b. Feb. 18, 1821, d. April 24. iM7. 
m John L. Cutler, of Farmington; (d) Hiram Andrew, b. June 
27, 1823, d. Sept. 6. 1S25: (e) Susan Evelina, b. March 29. iS2S, 
m. Joseph W. Fairbanks, of Farmington; (f) Margaret M., b. 



30 GUILD GENEALOGY. 

April 9, 1825. d. Oct. i, 1863. m. Alexander H. Abbott. (B) 
Samuel (Cony), b. May, 1796; m Sabra Long; had (a) Susan, b. 
1799, d. 1S16; (b) Jason H., b. 1S06, d. 1830; (c) John R., b. 
1S07, d. 1836; (d)Jason D.,b. 1809, d. 1S34. 
Ill Sa9niiel (Cony), b. Nov. 24, 1775; d. Nov. 8, 1S35 ; m. Susan B. 
Cony. He was a merchant at Augusta, Me., and held the office 
of Adjt.-Gen. of Maine. (A) Martha Paulina, b. Aug. 15, 1S04 ; 
drowned Sept. 26, 1817. (B) Robert Alexander (Cony), b. April 
7, 1S06; m. Tryphoza E. F. Whittier. lie graduated at West 
Point Military Academy, and for several years was engaged in 
the practice of medicine, then engaged in agricultural |>ursuits. 
Children : (a) Horace H.,b.Jan. 7, 1837 ; (b) Elizabeth F., b.1838, 
d. young; (c) George K. ,b. Feb. 21, 1840; ^d) Robert A., b. Aug. 
15, 1841 ; (e) Isabella F., b. Feb. 20, 1S50. (C) Daniel (Cony), b. 
June 8, 1S09; d. Sept. 28, 1810. (D) Samuel (Cony), b. Feb. 27, 
1811; d. Oct. 5, 1870; m. ist, Mercy H. Savall; she d. April 9, 
1847; m. 2d. Lucy W. Brooks. He graduated at Brown Uni- 
versity, was Representative to the Legislature from Oldtown, 
in 1S35, member of the Governor's Council in 1S39. Judge of 
Probate for Penobscot County from 1840 to 1847, State Land 
Agent for three vears. Mayor of Augusta in 1854, and Governor 
of the State in 1863-4-1;. Children : (a) Joseph E. S., b. March 
25, 1835, m. Susan C. Beck; (b) Daniel A., b. May 3, 1837; (c) 
Susan H.. b. March 5, 1839, m. Hon. Joseph H. Manley, of 
Augusta; (d) Abby L., b. Aug. 23, 1850; (e) Lucy W., b. Feb, 
12, 1S53; (f) Fred-eric, b. June 19, 1856. (E) Susan (Cony),b. 
Nov. 12, 1812; d. Jan. 3, 1836; m. Richard F. Perkins, of Au- 
gusta, who went to California, and was at one time postmaster 
of San Francisco. Children : (a) Samuel C, b. Nov. 5, 1835. 
(F) Edward Bass (Cony), b. Nov. 18, 1814; m. Mary Clark, of 
Augusta, and had (a) Samuel, b. May i, 1838, d. June 17, 1844; 
(b) Marcia P., b. July 22, 184 1; (c) Lucius S., b. Sept. 25, 1S43; 
(d) Elizabeth W., b. July 26, 1S46; (e) Susan B., b. June 16, 
184S ; (f) Charles E., b. P"eb. 10, 1S50; (g) S nnucl, b. Feb, 
8, 1852; (h) F^ranklin P., b. May 13,1856; (i) Joseph E. S., 
b. March 30, 1858. (G) Daniel (Cony), b. Nov. 18, 1817; m. 
Mary Gill, and removed to California. 
(3) Priscilla (Cony), b. March 12, 1749; d. Oct. i, 1836; m. Thomas Sewall. 
lie was a tanner at Augusta. Children : 

I Rebecca Guild (Sewall), b. Sept. 7, 1780; d. May 31, 1S70; m. 
Joseph O. Webster, of Vassalborough, and had (A) Mary C., b. 
Dec. 2, 1803, m. Arthur Holmead; (B) Serena S., b. Nov. 18, 
1805, m. Mary A. Hayes; (C) Emeline C, b. May 14, 180S, m. 
Dr. Harvey Lindsley; (D) John M., b. April 3, 1812, m. Sarah 
Hussey; (E) Nathan W., b. April 7, 18 16, m. Ellen Whittier; (F) 
Harriet C, b. May, 1818, m. Peter Parker; (G) Priscilla S., b. 
Jan. 18, 1S23, m. Dr. Charles G. Page. 
II Mary Seward (Sewall), b. Aug. i, 1782; d. May 31, 1807; m. Dr. 
Reuben D. Mussev. 
Ill Harriet (Sewall), b.' May 20, 1784; d. Feb. 28, 1811; m. Rev. 
Philip Colby, of Middleborough, Mass., and had (A) Hamilton 
C, d. young; (B) Harrison G. O., of New Bedford, a Judge 
of C. C. Pleas. 
IV Thomas (Sewall), b. April 16, 17S6; d. Washington, April 16, 
1845; "^' ^'^ry Choate, of Ipswich, Mass. He graduated at 
the Harvard Medical School, and was a Professor of Anatomy 
at Columbian College. Child : (A) Rev. Thomas, b. April 28, 
1S18; m. Julia C. Waters, of Baltimore. 
V Daniel (Sewall), b. Nov. 12, 178S; m. Martha Tolman, resided 
E'armington, Me. Children: (A) Martha E., b. July 2,1821; 
(B) Samuel, b. Aug. 24, 1822; (C) Louisa A., b. Aug. 14, 1824; 
d. Feb. 2, 1843; (D) Caroline, b. Sept. 23, 1827, m. George 
Soule, of Farmington. 



POSTERITY OF JOHN GTHLD OF DEDHAM. 31 

VI Samuel (Sewall), b. June 26, 1791 ; d. young. 

(4) /?</«/<?/ (Cony), b. August 3, 1752; d. Jan. 21, 1S42; m. Susanna Curtis, 

of Sharon. Mass. He fitted for the medical profession, and held many 

offices of honor and responsibility at Augusta; was a Judge of the 

Court of Common Pleas, and Judge of Probate for Kennebec County. 

I Nancy Bass (Cony), b. Aug. 16, 1777; d. Oct. 5, 177S. 

II Susan Boivdoin (Cony), b.Dec. 29, 1781 ; m. Gen. Saml. Cony. (See) 

III Sarah Loiuell (Cony), b. July iS, 17S4; d. Oct. 17, 1S67; m. Hon. 

Ruel Williams. He served in both branches of the N'aine 
Legislature, and was U. S. Senator. (.\) Sarah B. (Williams), 
b. Aug. 20, 180S; m. James Bridge. (B) Paulina C. (Williams), 
b. Dec. 19, 1809; d. June 19, 1845; t"- Charles Jones, of Port- 
land. (C) Susan C. (Williams), b. Oct. 28, iSii; d. June 26, 
1829. (D) Joseph H. (Williams), b. Feb. 15, 1814; m. Apphia 
P. Judd. He graduated at Camiiridge University in i8j4, was 
Stale Senator in 1S57, and President of the Senate. Gov. Ham- 
lin resigning to enter the U. S. Senate, he served the term out 
as Governor, and discharged the duties with honor. Had one 
child, (a) Arthur L. ; d. young. (E) xMartha M. (Williams), b. Dec. 

23, 1815; d. Aug. 3r, 1S17. (F) Helen \. (Williams), b. iN'ov. 
30, 1817; m. Dr. John T. Gilman, of Portland. .Me. Child: (A) 
Helen W., b. June 24. 1S39. (G) Jane E. (Williams), b. Dec. 
I, 1819; m. Rev. Sylvester Judd, who graduated at Yale, and 
was pastor of the Unitarian Society at Augusta. Children : 
(a) Jane E., b. Sept. 26, 1S44, d. Dec. 5, 1868, m. Henry i". Hall, 
of Boston; (b) Frances H., b, June 28, 1847, m. Kev. Seih C. 
Beach, now of Dedham, Mass.; (c) Apphia W., b. March 16, 
1853; m. Harrison T. Whipple, a druggist at Portland, .Me. 
(H) Zilpha I. (William.s), b. Aug. 18, 1822, d. July 25, I'^5I; 
m. John L. Cutler, of F'armington, Me. Children : (a) .\nna 
W., b. .\ug. 22, 1849; C^) Zilpha 1., b. July 19, 1S51. (I) .Vnn 
M. (Williams), b. March 19, 1825. 

IV Paulina /)(23\f (Cony), b. Aug. 23. 17S7; d. Sept. 11,1857; m. 

Hon. Nathan W'eston, of Augusta. He graduated at Dart- 
mouth College, was Chief Justice of the Circuit Court of Com- 
mon Pleas, Associate Judge of the Supreme Court, and Chief 
Justice, which office he held until 1841. Children: (.^1 Cather- 
ine M. (Weston), b. March 20, 1810; d.*Feb. 16, 1S54; m. ist, 
Frederic A. Fuller, 2d, Ira W'adleigh. (B) Nathan (Weston), 
b. Feb. 28, 1813; m. Catherine B. Webster, of Orono, Me. 
He served in the Me.vican war, was a member of the l.t-gisla- 
tare, and Clerk of Courts for Penobscot County. Children : 
(a) Samuel, b. February 6, 1857; (b) Frank, b. Sept. 21, 1862; (c) 
Nathan, b. Dec.21, 1863. (CJ Daniel C. (Weston), b. February 

24, 181 5; m. Mary C. North, of Duanesburg, N. \. He graduated 
at Bow Join College. He was rector ot Trinity Church, Saco, 
Calvary Church, Stonington, Conn., and Christ Church, Strat- 
ford, Conn. Children: (a) William W., (b) George .M., (c) Du- 
ane, (d) Henry L., (e) Mary N. (D) George M. (Weston), b. 
Aug. 19, 1816; lu, 1st, Ruth Roberts, 2d. Bathsheba H. .Moore. 

He graduated at Bowdoin College, read law, was County .Vttor 
ney for Kennebec County, editor of "The Age," at Augusta, 
and the Washington (DC.) Republican. Children : (a) Paulina 
C, b. Aug. 28, 1S39; m. Robert D. Smith, of Boston; (b) Mel- 
ville M., b. Aug. II, 184S. (E) Charles (Weston), b. .\pril 
29, 1822. (F) Louisa M. (Weston), m. Charles H. Davidson. 
V Abi^^ail Guild (Cony), b. Jan. 17, 1791; m. Rev. John H. In^ra- 
ham. He was pastor of the ist Cong. Church at Thomaston, 
the Baptist Church at East Winthrop. chaplain of the In>ane 
Hospital, and the Maine Senate. He died at .\ugusta, .\pril 
13, 1864. (A) Marcia P. C. (Ingraham), b. .Aug. 27, 1S19; m. 
Hon. George W. Ladd, of Bangor. Children: (a) .\bby C; 



32 GUILD GENEALOGY. 

(b) Sarah J., d. young; (c)William H., d. young. (B) George T. 
(Ingraham), b. July i6, 1821; d. Aug. 17, 1822. (C) Edward 
T. (Ingraham), b, June 15, 1S23 ; d. New Orleans, 1S65; m. 
Mary Jillson. of Mannibal, Mo. Child, (a) Edward D., b. Dec. 8, 
1861. (D) Joseph S. (Ingraham), b. Oct. 20, 1825; m. Isabella 
Cummings. He is a druggist at Bangor. Children: (a) Paulina, 
b. Jan. 31, iS6i ; (b) Mary P., b. Jan. 29, 186S. (K) John II. (In- 
graham), b. June 7, 1828; d. Oct. 11, 1832. (F) Daniel C. 
(Ingraham). b. July 14, 1830; d. Nov. 23. 1S60. (G) Julia C. 
T. (Ingraham), b. Oct. 18, 1832; m. William C. Leveretr, of 
Boston. Children: (a) Mary P., b. July 23, 1859; (b) William, b. 
March 3, 1S63; (c) Anna T., b. March 19, 1868. 

(5) Jacob (Cony), b. May 24, 1754; d. young. 

(6) Susanua /Cony), b. Oct. 11, 1755; m. John Church, of Farmington, Me. 

(7) Jacob (Cony), b. Feb. 8, 1758; d. Aug. 31, 1777. 

(8) David (Qony), b. March 21, 1761 ; d. young. 

43 Sarah* b. April 18, 1723; m., Nov. 'i, 174S, Jonathan Billings jr., of 
.Stoughtun. 8 children, see Thayer Memorial, page 73. 

-|-44 Moses,*' b. May 14, 1725; m. Rhoda Mann. 

-i-45 Aaron* b. April 5, 1728; m. ist, Sarah Cony, 2d, Anna Cony, 3d, Sarah 
May. 

14 

John Guild' {Samuel^^ John^)^ son of Samuel and Mary (Wood- 
cock) Guild, born at Dedham, Mass., Oct. 2, 1687, married Abigail 
Robinson, of Rehoboth, who died Jan. 31, 1793. He was a farmer 
at VValpole, and died June 15, 1767, leaving the following will : — 

In the name of God, Amen, The twenty second day of May, Anno Domini 
seventeen hundred and sixty seven, in the seventh year of the reign of our Sover- 
eign Lord, King George the Third, over Great Britain I John Guild of Walpole 
in the County of Suffolk, and province of Massachusetts Bay, in New England, 
husbandman, being of infirm body but of sound mind and memory, (praised be Al- 
mighty God for the same) knowing the uncertainty of this present life, and being 
desirous to settle the outward estate the Lord hath lent me, do therefore make and 
ordain this my last will and testament in manner and form following, that is to say: 
— First and principally, I recommend my soul unto the hands of Almighty God my 
Creator, hoping and receiving full pardon, and remission of all my sins, and salva- 
tion through the alone merits of Jesus Christ my redeemer, and my body to the 
earth to be decently interred according to the directions of my e.xecutor, hereafter 
named. And as touching such worldly estate the Lord hath lent me, my will and 
meaning is that the same shall be employed and disposed of as hereafter in and by 
this my last will is expressed, hereby revoking renouncing and declaring null aud 
void all wills and testaments by me formerly made, declaring and appointing this to 
be my last will and testament, wherein is contained the same. 

Iinfrimas, I will that all my just debts and funeral expenses be well and tiuly 
paid, or ordered paid, in convenient time next after my decease by my three sons, 
viz.: John Guild, Samuel Guild and Joseph Guild, share and share alike. 

Item, I do hereby give and bequeath unto my beloved wife Abigail, for her com- 
fortable subsistence during her continuing my widow, the sole use, benefit, income 
and improvement of the west end of my house, and my orchard on the north side 
of my house and on the south side of the road leading to Day's, and two acres of 
land on the north side of my house on the .south side of said road leading to said 
Day's, and also three acres of land down in the swamp, so called, butting on Bull- 
ard's land; more also one third of my barn, with three acres of the held southeast 
of my house and barn to the cross fence by the pound; and also I give my beloved 
wife two cows and a horse; also, I will that my three sons shall keep them, summer 
and winter, and also all my indoor movables to be at her disposal forever. 

Item, I give my beloved son Joseph Guild and his heirs forever, the west end of 
my house and barn, etc., and all my land, except my land at the swamp that I dis- 



POSTERITY OF JOHN GUILD OF DEDHAM. 88 

posed of, with all my outdoor movables, with his paying out what shall be hereafter 
expressed. 

Item, I give unto my beloved son John, the sum of five shillings, which is his full 
portion with what he has already had, with his paying out what is hereafter 
expressed. 

I give to my beloved son Samuel, and his heirs forever, all my land at the swamp, 
so called, with his paying what shall be hereafter expressed, it being his full portion 
with what he hath already had. 

Item, I give my beloved daughter Abigail Gregory, thirteen pounds six shillings 
eight pence, within three years after my decease, which is her full portion nut of my 
estate with what she hath already had; that' is to say, my said son John (luild pay- 
ing out to my daughter Abigail Gregory, the sum of four pounds eight shillings ten 
pence, within three years after my decease ; and my son .Samuel to pay to my 
daughter Abigail Gregory, the sum of four pounds eight shillings eleven pence, 
within three years after my decease; also my son Joseph Guild to pay to my 
daughter Abigail Gregory, the sum of four pounds eight shillings eleven pence 
within three years after my decease. 

Item, I do hereby constitute and appoint my beloved son Joseph to be my sole 
executor of this my last will and testament whereof I have hereunto set my hand 
and seal the day and year first above written. JuHN Guild. 

Children, born at Dedham : 

-I-46 John,* b. February 24, 1720-1 ; m, Thankful Harrington. 

47 Abigail,* b. Jan 19, 1722-3; m. John Gregory, of Walpole. 

-I-4S Samuel,* b. m. Mehitable Clapp. 

-|-49 Joseph,* b. Sept. i, 1724; m. Margery Carroll. 

15 

Israel Guild' {Samuel!^' John^), son of Samuel and Mary (Wood- 
cock) Guild, born at Dedham, Mass., June 11, 1690, married Sarah 
. He moved to Lebanon, Conn., and made his will there March 
II, 1766, probated Dec. 18, 1766. 

Children : 

50 Deborah,* b. June 26, 1715; m., Sept. 6, 1739, John House. Their children, 

b. at Lebanon: (l) Sarah, b. June 2, 1740; (2) Deborah, b. April 6, 1742; 
(3) 7^/^;;, b. April 29, 1744; {4) Elijah, b. Sept. 27,1745; (5) .^/.jrj', b. 
Oct. 9, 1747; (6) Phebe, b. June 26. 1749; (7) Simon, b. March 2, 1751. 

51 Hannah,* b. Feb. 14, 17 17 ; m. John Hall. 

52 Keziah,* b. May 26, 1719; m. Timothy Washburn. 
+53 Jacob,* b. Aug. i, 1722; m. Mrs. Hannah Larrabee. 

54 Israel,* b. Nov. 25, 1729. . 

55 Sarah,* b. Dec. 5, 1732; m., June 23, 1760, William Frazier, of Norwich, 

Conn., and had (i) James Pettis, b. May 28, 1761 ; (2) John, b. Mar. iS, 1765. 

-Ebenezer Guild" {Samuel,^ Johti^), son of Samuel and Mar>- 
(Woodcock) Guild, born at Dedham, July 23, 1692, married, Oct. 12, 
1 7 14, Abigail Daggett, daughter of Dea. John Daggett, of Attle- 
borough. She died Nov. 20. 1798, aged 97. He resided in Attlebor- 
ough, where he died June 8, 1774. 

Children, born at Attleborough : 

4-56 Joseph,* b. June 22, 1716; m. Hannah White. 

+57 Benjamin,* b. 17 18; m. Jemima Morse. ^ | 

^+58 Naphtali,* b. July 5, 1719; m. Joanna ■-i,,:'^ 

+59 Ebenezer,* b. Aug. 22, 1722; m. Phcbe Day. 



34 GUILD GENEALOGY. 

17 

Joseph Guild^ {S<7mu/:/,'^ yohn}-), son of Samuel and Mary (Wood- 
cock) Guild, born at Dedliam, Mass., Sept. 13, 1694, married first, Oct. 
31, 1723, Abigail Fisher, of Dedham ; married second, Dec. 4, 1732, 
Hannah Curtis, of Stoughton ; married third, Oct. 17, 1745, Beulah 
Peck. He renewed his baptismal covenant, Sept. 20, 1724, and with 
liis wife was received into full communion with the church, Feb. 5, 
1727. In 1737 he was a precinct collector. At his death, which 
occurred Oct. 24, 175 1, the appraised value of his property was 
;^i4oo, a large sum for those days, showing that he was a prosperous 
farmer. He left the following will : — 

In The Name of God, Amen, The twenty fifth day of September, Anno Domini, 
seventeen hiiiulred fifty one, I Ji)sei)h Guild, of Dedham. in the County of Suffolk 
and Province of ^L'lssachusetts Bay, in New England, yeoman being sick and in- 
firm in body but of a disposing mind and memory, (blessed be God) knowing that 
it is appointed for all men once to die, do make and ordain this my last will and 
testament, viz.: — 

Principally I recommend my soul unto the hand of God who gave it, and my 
body to the earth to be buried in a decent manner, at the discretion of my e.xecutor 
afterwards believing it shall be raised again at the general judgment, And as touch- 
ing such worldly estate as God hath given me, I dispose of it in the following man- 
ner, my just debts and funeral charges to be paid out of my personal estate: — 

Iinprinias, I give and bequeath unto Beulah, my beloved wife, the improvement 
of one third of all my real estate during her natural life, and all the indoor mova- 
bles, and four pounds of the money I have at interest, being about forty pounds 
lawful monev, and a cow to be at her disjiose to ever. 

Item, I give and bequeath my beloved son, Joseph, my homestead, my buildings 
and all my land and all my rights in lands wheresoever they may be found within my 
possession and reversion and my stock of cattle and all my husbandry tools, He to 
come into possession of two thirds my real estate at my decease and the other tiiird 
at my wife's decease, he to pay out the legacies and sums heiein made. 

Item, I give my beloved son Samuel, eighty pounds lawful money should he 
arrive at the age of twenty one years, He to work with and for the benefit of my 
son loseph during his minority to the time last named, to be paid by my son Joseph, 
partly of his portion and partly for labor. I appoint Dea. Joseph Wight guardian 
to my said sons Joseph and Samuel, to be instead of a father to them, to inspect 
advise and direct their education, morals and to manage the estate with and for 
them in every case and demand in as full maimer as if they were each of them 
presently of age to act for themselves, and to be paid and to account with each of 
them at their arriving at the age of twenty one years, and in case the said J>ea. 
Wight should remove out of town or decease before the said minors arrive at the 
full age of twenty one then I appoint Mr. David Fales in said Dea. Wight's stead 
to furnish the guardianship of my said sons, etc. 

Item, [give my youngest son Heman, twenty six pounds thirteen shillings and 
four pence in lawful money, to be paiil him when he arrives at the full age of twenty 
one years, (to be paid him by my son Joseph) and a cow. 

Item, I give to my two daughters Abigail and Hannah, twenty six pounds thirteen 
shillings four pence lawful money, each, and each of them a cow, the cow and half 
the legacies to be paid each of them at their marriage, and the other half ten years 
after my decease, by my son Joseph; and I give my two daughters, Hannah and 
Abigail, the indoor movables their mother brought with her to me that shall be 
found after niy decease. I give to my youngest daughter, I^esire, twenty six pounds 
thirteen shillings and four pence in lawful money, and a cow, to be delivered her by 
my said son Joseph at her arriving at the age of twenty one, years. 

Item, I give my wearing apparel to my two sons Joseph and Samuel to be 
equally divided between them. 

Item, and after my just debts and funeral charges are paid, what remains of my 
money or bonds or indoor movables not disposed of I give to my six children to be 



POSTERITY OF JOHN GUILD OF DEDIIAM. 35 

equally divided among them, and I will and ordain that the above named Joseph 
Wight to be my executor of tiiis my last will and testament, and in case the said 
Joseph Wight shall remove out of Dedham or decease before this will l>e fully 
executed, I appoint the above named David Kales to finish what shall remain un- 
executed of this my will, and I hereby revoke all other wills, testaments and 
bequests. Joseph Guild. 

Children by Abigail Fisher, born al Dedham : 

60 Abigail.* bpt. May 29, 1726; d. young. 

61 Mary,* b. Oct. 24, 1727; d. young. 

62 Joseph,* b. Oct. 16, 1729; d. young. 

Children by Hannah Curtis, born at Dedham : 

63 Abigail,* b. Jan. 22, 1733-4; m, Sept. 21, 1756, Abel, son of Aaron and 

Zipporah (Lewis) Ellis, lie ^vas b. at Uedham, Dec. 25, 1734. 
-{-64 Josepl^* b. May 11, 1735; m. Miriam Draper. 

65 Hannah,* b. Nov. 7, 1736; m.. April 29, 1756, Timothy, son of Dea. John 

and Grace (Williams) .VIelcalf. He was b. at Dedham, July 14, 1730. 

Children b. at Dedham : (i) Timothy, b. February 22, 1757; [Z] Reuben^ b. 

Feb. 19, 1759. 
+66 Samuel,* b. June 16, 1739; m. Sarah Smith. 

Children by Beulah Peck, born at Dedham : 

67 Beulah,* b. July 13, 1746; d. young. 

68 Michael,* b. July 26, 1747; d. young. 

69 Molly,* b. Sept. 18, 1748; d. young. 

70 Desire,* b. Oct. 31, 1749; m., Nov. II, 1769. Zechariah, son of Zechariah 

and Elizabeth (Phillips) Whiting. He was b. at Dedham, July 8, 1747. 
-{-71 Heman,* bpt. July 28, 1751 ; m. Sarah Taunt. 

24 

John Guild^ {yohn^ jfohn^)^ son of John and Sarah (Fisher) 
Guild, born at Wrentham, Mass., Nov. 7, 1690, married first, June 11, 
171 1, Mercy Foster, daughter of John Foster. She died May 3, 
1730. Married second, March 22, 1732, Phkhe M.ann, daughter of 
Theodore and Abigail (Hawes) Mann. She was born Feb. 16, 1706; 
died May 7, 1790. They lived at Wrentham, where he died. 

Children by Mercy Foster : 

-I-72 John,* b. Nov. 23. 1712; m. Charity Hunt. 

73 Joseph,* b. Aug. 17, 1714; d. Keene, N. H.. Sept. 24. 1744; m-, March 24, 
1737. Abigail Heaton. They had the following, born at Keene: (74) 
/Vrt«n',°b. 1737, d. April 21, 1745; (75) /J/rro',° b. April 3, 1738; (76) 
Ahiirail,^ b. 1740, d. Oct. 2. 1744; (77) Sarah^" b. 1743, d. Oct. .4, 1744. 

+78 Benjamin,* b. April 12, 1717; m. Abigail Graves. 

79 Mercy,* b. April 6. 1719; d. June 3. 1732. 

80 Esther,* b. Sept. 20, 1721; d. July 19, 1799; m., 1749, John Prince, of 

Cambridge. He d. July 23, 1786. Children: 
(i) Juhn (Prince), b. July 12, 1757; d. Jan. 7, 1836; m., 1780, Mary Bayley. 
She d. Dec. 1806. Married 2d, Milly, d.iughter of John and Phebe 
(Guild) Messenger. He was a prominent minister at Salem. They 
had: {V) John, b. April 19. 1782. a lawyer at Salem; (II) Thoma-, 
bookbinder at Salem; (HI) Wtlliain Hairy, d. Europe, age 29; (IV) 
George, merchant at Salem. 

(2) Joseph (Prince), lived at Meriden. 

(3) 7%tw/(W (Prince), lost at sea during the revolution. 

(4) ^'(i;;///^/ ( Prince), had children: (\) Geoge, a captain of a tr.ading .ship; 

(II) Charles, merchant at Boston; (III) Caroline; (IV) Sally; (V) John. 
+8i Ebenezer,* b. July 31, 1724; m. Margaret Pond. 



36 GUILD GENEALOGY. 

Children bj' Phebe Mann : 

4-82 Timothy,* b. Jan. 15. 1733; m. Jane Davis. 

-I-83 Samuel.'* b. April 21, 1734; m. Ruth Nims. 

-f-84 Daniel/ b. Sept. 30, 17^6; m. ist, Esther Whiting, 2d, Phebe Dickinson. 

85 Abigail,* b. Sept. 16. 1739; m. Nathan Hawes. 

86 Phebe,* b. Feb. 8. 1742; m., Jan. 7, 1762, John Messenger. He b. Oct. 30, 

173 1. Their daughter Milly m. John, son of John and Esther (Guild) 
Prince. She b. Dec. 8, 1762. 

87 Mary,* b. Oct. 24, 1743; m.. Feb. 10. 1763, Joshua Grant. Children: 
(i) Jifnry (Grant), b. Sep't. 23, 1764; d. Oct. 15, 1767. 

(2) Joshua (Grant), b. Sept. 27, 1767; d. Sept. i, 1810; m. Lois Guild. (See) 

(3) Malatisa (Grant), b. Feb. 13, 1769; m. Jacob F"isher, of Alstead, N. H., 

and had: {\) Albert, (11) Herman, (III) WUliam, (IV) Ann Eliza, 
(V) Malama, (VI) John. 

(4) Mary (Grant), b. March 6, 1772. 

(5) William (Grant), b. July 24. 1775, was a lawyer at Georgetown, S. C. 

(6) y>hn (Grant), b. June 25, 1787; d. Sept, 28, 181 1. 

(7) A^i^o' (Grant), b. June 25, 1787; d. Nov. 25, 1861 ; m. John Fuller, of 

Wrentham, and had: {\) Nancy; i^W) John Maxey \ (III) Channcy 
Guild\ (IV) Cornelia Maria, b. Dec. 15, 1823; (V) Catherine Jane, b. 
July 26, 1827. 

25 

JosiAH GuiLD^ {Johii^ John^)-, son of John and Sarah (Fisher) 

Guild, born at Wrentham, Mass., July 14, 1694, married Defwrah 

. She died at Keene, N. H., July 20, 1762, aged 62. He was 

dismissed from the church in W^rentham to the church at Keene, N, 

H., May 24, 1761, and died there March 20, 1774. 

Children, born at Wrentham : 

88 Mary,* b. April 10, 1716; m., March 23, 173S, Uriah Wilson, and had (i) 

Sarah, b. June 9, 1739; (2) Betsey, b. March 19, 1741 ; (3) Joseph, bpt. 
April 21, 1745; (4) Deborah, d. young; (5) David, b. April 12, 1748; (6) 
Jerusha, b. June 9, 17 51. 

89 Deborah,* b. Jan. 5, 1719; m., Jan. 18, 1750, John Harris, 

90 Josiah,* bpt. Nov. 3, 1723; d. Feb. I, 1745-6. 
+91 Richard,* b. Oct. 14, 1726; m. Hannah Ilodges. 

92 Pethiah,* b. March 18, 1729. 

4-93 James,* b. Jan. i, 1731 ; m. Esther . 

94 David,* b. Nov. 10, 1734; d. Nov. 18, 1734. 

95 Margaret,* b. March 28, 1736; d. May 14. 1756; m., 1749, Joshua Clapp, of 

Walpole. He b. Sept. 7, 1729. Had three children. 
+96 Dan,* b. Aug. 18, 1738; m. Sarah Pond. 



iFourtf) <J?fnccatton. 
30 

Samuel Guild'' {Samuel,^ Samuel,'^ y^j/in^), son of Samuel and 
Sarah (Hartshorn) Guild, born at D^dham, Mass., Sept. 27, 1704, 
married, Sept. 5, 173 1, Catherine Allen, of Lebanon, Conn. He 
died with small-pox at Columbia, Conn., March 6, 1771. 



POSTERITY OF JOHN GUILD OF DEDHA3I. 37 

Children, born at Lebanon : 

97 Temperance.^ b. Dec. 15, 1733; m- Aug. 7, 1755. John Hibl)ard, 

98 Phebe,& b. June 5, 1734; m.. April 3, 1755, Stephen Hunt jr., and had (i) 

.Sibtl, b. at Lebanon, May 13, 1757. 

99 Jabez,^ b. Aug. 20, 1735; d. Aug. 7, 1742. 
100 Lois,* b. June 26, 1745. 

+101 Samuel,^ b. Nov, 14, 1749; m. Hannah Newcomb. 

32 

Jeremiah Guild^ {Samuel,^ Samuel,^ yohii^), son of Samuel and 
Sarah (Hartshorn) Guild, born at Dedham, Mass., July 3, 1711, mar- 
ried first, Nov. II, 1731, Mary Dudley; married second, Elinor 
EvARTS, daughter of James and .Vlary (Carter) Evarts. She was born 
at East Guilford, Conn., Dec. 9, 17 14. His will was made at Middle- 
town, Conn., in 1748. 

Child by Mary Dudley : 

102 Cynthia,5b. Lebanon, Sept. 15, 1732; m., Sept. 7, 1752, John Woodward. 

Children: (i) Ne/iemiah, b. Aug. 14, 1753; (2) Triphena, b. Dec. 4, 1754. 

Children by Elinor Evarts : 

103 Mary,* m. Marshall. 

4-104 Samuel," b. Jan. 3, 1743 ; m. Abigail Doolittle. 
-i-105 Jeremiah,* b. Sept. 4, 1746; m. Hannah Hale. 

38 

Nathaniel Guild* {Nathaniel^ Samuel^ jfohn^), son of Nathaniel 
and Mehitable (Farrington or Hartshorn ?) Guild, born at VValpole, 
Mass., March 20, 17x2, married first, June 12, 1733, ^L\ry I^oyden, of 
Wrentham ; publshed to Anna Rhodes, of Stoughton, April 27, 1777. 
He seems to have been, in his da^ and generation, a person of consid- 
erable enterprise, influence and usefulness. \.\\ a deed of land he is 
styled "Gentleman," and in those days it was no unmeaning title, being 
accorded with great discrimination. He received a grant of land iu 
Dedham, near the house of John,^ and acquired other lands by pur- 
chase." There was deeded to him a certain mine, which was probably 
in Stoughton, and for the working of which he formed a company. 
At Stoughtonham he carried on an iron furnace, where during the 
revolutionary war was manufactured large quantities of gun carriage 
wheels, shot, and other munitions of war; and in Sept., 1776, he 
reported to Richard Devens " that he was making the wheels and the 
double-headed shot." About this tune, also, he petitions " that men 
in his foundry may be exempted from service in the militia service, 
so that he may be able to supply garrison wheels and sl)ot for the 
service," and Sept. 18, 1776, the prayer of the petition was granted, 
" it being of so great importance for the defence of this and the 
United States of America." Sept. 6, 1774, he was chosen at a con- 
vention of delegates of the people of Suffolk County, one of a select 
committee for the following purpose : " Resolved, That under the 



38 GUILD GENEALOGY. 

present circumstances, it is incumbent on us to encourage arts and 
manufactures among us, by all means in our power," and Nathaniel 
Guild, of Walpole, was appointed one of a committee " to consider 
of the best ways and means to promote and establish the same, and 
report to this committee as soon as may be." He is said to have 
been quite a dignified and good looking man of medium height, and 
during the latter part of his life, wore a powdered wig, and usually a 
blue cloak. He died Sept. lo, 1790, leaving the following will : — 

In The Name of God Amen I Nathaniel Guild of Walpole, in the County of 
Norfolk in Commonwealth of Massachusetts, veoman, considering the uncertainty 
of human life, and being of sound and |)erfect mind and memory (blessed be 
Almighty God for the same) do make and publish this my last will and testament 
in manner following, that is to say : — 

First I give and bequeath unto my beloved daughter Mehitable Guild (in consid- 
eration of the many years' service she has clone in my house since she became of 
age) one half of all my real estate and personal, during her natural life: and in case 
she should marry, she shall quit said half upon receiving one hundred silver dol- 
lars, well and truly paid by my executor, and an equal share of mv estate with her 
brothers and sisters, also, I give and bequeath unto mv beloved wife Anna Guild, to 
the heirs of my son Nathaniel Guild, deceased, to my son Samuel (luild, Mary 
Plympton, Mercy Hewins, Susanna Morse, and Mehitable Guild, one half of my 
estate both real and personal, d'lring the n.Uural life of my daughter Mehitable 
Guild and after the decease or marriage of the said Mehitable, I give unto them 
the whole of my estate, to be equally divided among them, after one hundred dol- 
lars has been paid out of the same to the said Mehitable, in case she marries, also, 
1 do appoint my son Dr. Samuel Guild, of Easton my sole executor of this my last 
will and testament; hereby revoking all former wills by me made. 

Children by Mary Boyden : 

106 Mary,5 b. 1735; d. 1800; m., 1756, Amos Plympton, of Medfield. He b. 
June 16, 1735; d. 1S08. 
+ 107 Nathaniel,* b. May 29, 1739; m. Rebecca Hart. 

-j-ioS Samuel,* b. Oct. 23, 1746; m. ist, Elizabeth Ferguson, 2d. Catherine 
Leonard. 

109 Mercy,* b. ; m , May 7, 1761, Ebenezer Hewins, of Sharon. He b. 

May 19, 173S. He was a man of sound judgment, a decided Whig, and 
served on several town committees in the commencement of the revolu- 
tion. Their children: (i) Mehitable.h. Feb. 20, 1762; m. David Fisher, 
of Francestown, N. H. (2) Siimnua, b. March 30, 1764; m. Samuel 
Holmes, of Sharon. (3) Hinnak, b. Sept. 20, 1766; m. Hewins Fisher, 
of Francestown. (4) Mercy, b. Aug. 24, 1769; m. James Hillings, of 
W.ilpole. (5) Ebmezer, b. Sept. 16, 1773; m. ist, Anna Richards, 2d, 
Mrs. Mehitable (Clapp) Pattee. 

iio Susan.* b. ; d. J.in. 11, 1S22; m., 1764-5, Col. Ezra Morse, of Sharon. 

He was distinguished for high mindedness, patriotism, and combativeness. 
In the hour that tried men's souls, he was among the foremost in the 
field, and early enlisted for the war in the Continental Army, in which he 
commanded a regiment. Children: (i) Ezm, b. Nov. 16,' 1765; d. Oct. 
17, 1S26; m. Rebecca Thomas. (2) Luther, b. Feb. 3, 1770; m. ist, 
Mary Holmes, 2d, Elizabeth . (3) Amos, b. Nov. 30. 1772; d. Nov. 

24, 1S23; m. Irene Morse. (4) Lnuii, b. July S. 177S; d. Aug. 2, 1830 ; 
m. 1st, Olive Richards, 2d, Mary Jewell, {i,) Susannii,h May 3, 17S4; 
d. Feb. 8, 1S33; m., 1807, Timothy Gay, of Dedham. \fi) Hartford, \>. 
Jan. 19, 1786; d. Oct. 28. 1830; m. Lucy Gay. 

HI Mehitable,* b. ; d. Feb. 12,1816, unmarried. 



POSTBRITY OF JOHN GUILD OF DEDHAM. 89 

44 

Moses Guild* {Nathaniel^ Samuel;'- John'^), son of Nathaniel and 
Mehitable ^ Farrington or Hartshorn ?) Guild, born at DecUiam, Msas., 
May 14, 1725, married, Feb. i, 1753, Rhoda Mann, of Wrentham, 
who died 1803. He received a portion of his father's estate, giving 
receipt for ;^4oo in old tenor, or ^60 in lawful money ; also received 
two pieces of land in Stoughton, one containing 40 acres, the other 30 
acres. 

Children : 

112 Lois,^ b. Nov. 5, 1753. 

--113 Moses.s b. July 20, 1755; m. Abigail Everett. 

--114 Abner,&b. Dec. 11, 1757; m. Sarah Dean. 

115 Samuel,^ b. Oct. 7, 1759; d. unmarried. He was surgeon's mate on board 

Paul Jones' ship " Le Bonne Homme Richard," and was in the memor- 
able engagement with the Serapis, in which he lost evervthing but his 
case of surgical instruments and French Dictionary. He kept a journal 
of daily observations and e.vperiences. 

116 Lucy,s b. Sept. 4, 1761 ; m., Sept. 23, 1787, Daniel Robbins, of Dedham. 

117 George,^ b. July 31, 1763; probably died previous to 1803; not mentioned 

in his mother's will. 
iiS Charles,^ b. Sept. 2, 1765; m., June 29, 1793, Olive, daughter of Seth and 
Joanna (Lewis) Bullard, of Walpote, She b. March 2t, 1769; d. .\pril 
9, 1S34. He was a lumber merchant at Boston, and left no children. 

119 Nathaniel,* b. July 11, 176S ; d. young. 

120 William,* b. Jan. 8, 1770; d. young. 

121 William,* b. March 20, 1772 ; probably died previous to 1803. 

122 Curtis,* b. May 9, 1774. He was a physician, and died aged 21, unmarried. 

123 Catherine,* b. May 18, 1776; d. Oct. 31, 1S53, unmarried. 

124 Betsey,* b. Nov. 6, 1779; m.. May i, 1803, Koliin HarLshorn, of Boston. 



45 

Aaron Guild'* {Nathaniel^ Samuel- Johti^)^ son of Nathaniel and 
Mehitable (Farrington or Hartshorn ?) Guild, born in Dedham, Mass., 
April 5, 1728, married, first, June i, 1752, Sarah Cony, daughter of 
Nathaniel jr., and Sarah Cony. She was born April 18, 1733, died 
Feb. iS, 1755. He married, second, Anna Conv, daughter of Nathan- 
iel sen., and Abigail (Ayer) Cony. She was born Sept. 23, 1728. He 
married, third, Dec, 11, 1777, Sarah May, of Stoughton, a widow, 
with three daughters ; he is said to have brought her home, with the 
daughters and household goods, in an ox-cart, after the pri mitive style. 
She died June 6, 18 12. He was known as E.squire Aaron, and more 
commonly as Major Aaron ; was an ensign in Capt. Fales' Company, 
and Col. Nichols' regiment of foot, and was afterward promoted to 
captain of the same company. When a messenger came galloping 
through the town announcing that war had begun, he was plowing 
with his son Aaron in the field, in front of the house. Leaving the 
plow in the furrow and the o.xen standing, he hastened to the house, 
took his favorite "king's arm," and departed immediately for the 
scene of action, arriving on the ground in season to aid in firing 
upon the British troops, who were hastily returning to Boston. Dur- 



40 GUILD GENEALOGY. 

ing; the war he held various offices ; he was a member of the com- 
mittee of safety in 1774, and a muster master in 1775- In 1779 was 
a member of committee to make provision for the families of non- 
commissioned officers and soldiers, and in 1780 and 1781 served on 
a committee of correspondence and safety. He resided at South 
Dediiam, and died there Feb. 3, 1818. 

Children by Sarah Cony : 

-fi25 Aaron,* b. Jan. 4, 1753; m. Lydia Bacon. 
4-120 Oliver,'' b. Jan. 29, 1755; m. Anna Bullard. 

Children by Anna Cony : 

127 Sarah, s b. Aug. 27, 1757; d. Jan. 23, 1S42; m., Oct. iS, 177S, Abiathar 
Fales, of Walpole. 

-|-I23 Jacob,'' b. April 23, 1760; m. Chloe ^L-ly. 

129 Annah,^ b. Mar. 19, 1762; m., Mar. iS, 1784, Jonathan Fuller of Dedham. 

-I-130 Joel,'' b. Jan. 20, 1765; m. Hannah Weatherbee. 

131 Abner,* b. May 28, 1767; d. May 12, 1792. 

132 Priscilla,^ b, April 23, 1770; m., Nov. 24, 1789, David Lewis of Walpole; 

he d. May i, 1S39; they had: 
(i) Frissa (Lewis), b. Sept. 15, 1794; m., Oct. 14, 1S14, Jacob, son of 
Philip and Sarah (Cobb) White; he was born in Mansfield, ^L'^ss., 
May 12. 178S: he was a manufacturer of hoes, and deacon of the F. 
W. Baptist church at W. Stephcntown, N. Y., where he died P^eb. 
17, 1S70; she is living, aged 93 years. They had: 
I Ltruiis (White), b. Jan. 15, 1816; d. June 5, 1832. 
II Sally (White), b. Oct. 18, 1818; m., Jan. 23, 1835, John Tifft; 
they had (A) Lewis A., b. June 13. 1836; d. Aug. 3r, 1874; 
(B) Juneo VV., b. Oct. 15, 1838; (G) Prissa A., b. Nov. 2, 1S42; 
(D) Mary A., b. June 23, 184S. 
Ill Frissa (White), b. Feb. 24, 1S20; m., July 16, 1S40, Jerome B. 
Lawrence; they had (A) Frank J., b. Feb. 18, 1841; (B) Mar- 
tha P., b. July 15, 1846; d. Dec. 14, 1S49; (^) ^^'^ A., b. 
May 16, 1852. 
IV Miranda (White), b. Oct. 19, 1821 ; d. June 5, 1879; m., Aug. 
I, 1841, Stephen F. Griffin; they had (A) Celestia A. ; (B) Pal- 
myra A. ; (C) Nelson O. 
V P/iili/' (White), b. Sept. 29, 1823 ; d. Dec. 30, 1852; m. June 11, 
1845, Cyhthia Lester; they had (A) Margaret; (B) Prissa, b. 
Dec. 25, 1850; d. Jan. 10, 1852. 
VI Ja€ob [\M\\\le.)yh. Nov. 11. 1825; ni. Aug. 26, 1846, Abigail 
Worden; they had (A) Eveline S., b. Sept, 10, 1847; (B) Or- 
ville D., b. March 23, 1849; d. Nov. 23, 1850; (D) Deborah L. 
b. July 25. 1852; d. Dec. 17, 1S53; (D)Wilson M., b. Nov. 5, 
1855; (K) William L, b. Jan. 7, 1861 ; d. Veh. 28, 1861. 
VII David [\\\\\\.&), b. Jan. 23, 1828; m. July 26, 1857, Melvina 

fohnson; no children. 
VIII IVilliam (While), b. Aug. 30, 1S30; m. Jan. 7, 1863, Sar.ih II. 
Mclntire; they had (.A.) Minnie S., b. Feb. 5, 1865; (B) Idella 
P., b. June 20, 1867; (C)Carrie M., b. Dec. 31, J 874; d. April 

3. '!^75- 
IX Charles (White), b. Sept. 5. 1833; m, Frances S. Tifft. 

X Martha Frances (White), b. Oct. 3, 1835; d. July 30, 1836. 
XI J/i/ri' y(///<f (White), b. April 21, 1839; d. Feb. 27, 1844. 
+ 133 John,'' b. Aug. 5, 1772; m. Rebecca Eaton. 
-)-i34 Nathaniel,^ b. June 23, 1775; ni. Hannah Tyler. 



POSTERITY OF JOHN GUILD OF DEDHAM. 41 

46 

John Gvi-ld * {yohn^^ Samuel^^ ^ohn^), son of John and Abigail 
(Robinson) Guild, born at Dedham, Mass., Feb, 24 1 720-1, mar- 
ried May 15, 1751, Thankful Harrington, daughter of Isaac and 
Susanna (Allen) Harrington, of Weston. She was born Feb. 28, 
1728 or 29; died July 24, 1774. They resided at Stoughton, Mass., 
where he died Nov. 7, 1791. 

Children : 

135 Susanna,* b. Feb. 8, 1752; d. March 29, 1790; m. Jan. 22, 1784, Jabez Tal- 

bot, of Stoughton; he died Dec. 8, 1816; age 74. 

136 Amos,* b. Sept, 20, 1753; '^- Stoughton, March 7, 1842; m. July 10, 17S3, 

Sarah Talbot, of Stoughton ; she died Aug. lo, 1829. He was a revolu- 
tionary pensioner. They had (137) Thankful,^ b. Sept. 26, 17S4; d., 
unm. ; (13S) Abel,^ b. April 24, 1788; d. May 24, 1789; (139) Susanna,^ 
b. Oct. 4, 1791 : (140) Jeriisha^ b. May 17, 1794, unm; (141) Olive,'' b. 
July 15, 1796. 

142 Elizabeth,* b. J an. 27, 1756; m. Job Swift, of Sharon; moved West about 

1S15. 

143 Thankful,* b. June 2, 1758; d. Jan. 30, 1776. 

-j-144 John,* b. Aug. 23, 1760; m. ist, Olive Stewart, 2d, Lucy Bartlett. 

145 Olive,* b. Oct. 27, 1762; m. Dec. 9, 1799, Philip Holmes, of Stoughton. 

146 Abigail,* b. Jan. 21, 1765; d. March 17, 1S38; m. ist, Lieut. Abel Everett, 

of Dedham, 2d, Daniel Fuller. 
-j-147 Israel,* b. Dec. 20, 1766; m. Hannah Belcher. 

48 

Samuel Guild* {yohn^ Samuel^, Jolm'^)^ son of John and Abigail 
(Robinson) Guild, born in Dedham, ", married Oct. 23, 1764, Merit- 
able Clapp. She was born Sept. 30, 1730. They lived at VValpole. 

Children : 

148 Meribah,* b. May 6, 1765. 

+ 149 Samuel,* b. Oct. 26, 1766; m. Keturah Cleveland. 

-f-150 Aaron,* b. Feb. 10, 1768; m. Cynthia Smith. 

-(-151 Moses,* b. Jan. 6, 1772; m. ist, Philena Barrows, 2d, Sally Newton. 

4-152 Jacob,* b. 1776; m. Prudence Day. 

49 

Joseph Guild* (^John^ Safnuei,- jfolm^'), son of John and Abigail 
(Robinson) Guild, born at Dedham, Mass., Sept. i, 1724, married 
April 26, 1764, Margary Carroll, of Walpole. He lived at Wal- 
pole, where he was selectman 1768-75, and representative to the 
Legislature 1782-3 and 1789-90. He died in 1807. 

Children : 

-I-153 Joseph,* b. Feb. 13, 1765; m. ist, Olive Boyden, 2d, Anna Rhodes. 

154 Benjamin,* b. Oct. 23, 1766; m. Zilpah Hardy. They moved to Bradford, 
thence to Hallowell, Me. Children: (155) Mary,^ b. April 17,1794; d. 
at Hallowell April, i860; m. David Page, and had (i) Mary, b. Oct., 
181 5; (2) Benjamin G., b. Jan., 1818; (3) Floratio, b. Sept., 1820; (4) 
Caroline A., b. Nov., 1823; (5) Edward, b. April, 1826; (6) Sarah E., b. 
Sept., 1829; (7) D. Franklin, b. Aug., 1S32; {^)Angiista, b. March, 1S35; 
(156) Eliza,^ Ij. 1797; m., Dec. 25, 1S14. George Hazlett, of Hallowell, 
who died May, 1S63. They had (i) Charles A., b. Oct., 1823; (2) Mary 
G., b. May, 1832. 

4 



42 GUILD GENEALOGY. 

157 Eliphalet,'^ b. Jan. 10, 1770; m. March 18. 179S, Rachel Holmes, of Ded- 
ham. Their five children died of spotted fever within a space of eight 
days. They were born as follows : (15S) IViilard,^ b. Feb. 9, 1799; ('59) 
Polly,^h. Jan. 12. iSoi; (160) IViHiam,^ b. July 12, 1S04; (161) Elipha- 
let,^ b. Feb. 7, 1807; (162) Rachel,'^ h. Nov. 9. tSio. 

163 Mary,*^ b. June 20, 1772; d. March 17, 1867; m. Dec. 3, 1793, Hezekiah 

Whiting, of Dedham. They had (i) Polly, b. Aug. 29, 1794; d. Sept. 
22, 1796; (2) Asa, b. Jan. 28, 1797; d. Nov. 3, 1826; (3) Catharine, b. 
July 28, 1799; (4) Joseph, b. Dec. 31. 1801 ; d. June 8, 1861 ; (5) Hezekiah, 
b. Nov, 24. 1804; (6) Mary, b. July 4, 1807; d. Feb. 20, 1847; (7) Charles, 
b. .Sept. 7, 1807; d. May 27, 1850; (8) Samuel, b. Feb. 26, 181 2; d. April 
5. 1845. 

164 Margary,''^ b. June 13, 1777; ^^ April 30. 1S04, Nathan Colburn jr., of Ded- 

ham. They had (i) James, b. Sept. 14, 1810. 

53 

Jacob Guild* {Israel^ Samuel^ yohn'^), son of Israel and Sarah 
Guild, born Aug. i, 1722, married May 26, 1757, Mrs. H.\nn.-\h Lar- 
R.\BEE, of Coventry, Conn. He lived at Lebanon, Conn., moved to 
Hatfield, Mass., and settled on the Connecticut River in the neighbor- 
hood called West Farms. 

Children : 

165 Lavinia.^b. March n, 175S; m. Sept. 7, 1780, Solomon .Snow, of Whately 

Mass. 

166 Joseph,^ b. July 23, 1760; m. Martha Smith who was born March 24, 1774. 

Me was a captain in the revolution and died at Hatfield, leaving no 
children. 

167 Hannah,'' b. ; d. 1S56; m. Oct. 21, 17S2, Benjamin, son of Abraham 

and Lois (Blood) Parker. He was born in Whately, Mass., Oct. 11, 1757, 

and always lived there. Children : (i) Asa, b. March 12, 1783, d. young ; 

(2) Eunice, b. April 11, 178^; (3) Asa, b. Afarch 5, 17S7; (4) Nancy, b. 

Oct. 18, 178S; (5) Isaac, b. Dec. 27, 1790; (6) Anna, b. March 11, 1793; 

(7) Levi, b. Jan. 16, 1795, d. young; (8) Levi, b. April 24, 1796; (9) Electa, 

b. Dec. 29. 1797 ; (10) Experience, b. Sept. 26, 1799; (u) Caroline, b. Oct. 

9, 1801 ; (12) Anna, b. Dec. 28, 1803. 
-f-i6S Jesse,^ b. April 11, 1765; m. Zilpah Smith. 
-I-169 Israel," b. Sept. 11, 1767; m. Rhoda Graves. 
-I-170 Nathaniel,'' bapt. 1760; m. .Mehitable Gaines. 
-j-171 Silas, ^ b. about 1770; m. Lura Brown. 

56 

Joseph Guild * {Ebcnezer^ SamucI^^ John ^), son of Ebenezer and 
Abigail (Daggett) Guild, born in Attleborough, Mass., June 22, 17 16 
married, first, Nov. 11, 1741, Hannah WHitE, daughter of Rev. 
Ebenezer White, of Atdeborough ; she died June 16, 1764. He mar- 
ried, second, in 1775, Elizabeth Thayer. He died in Attlebor- 
ough Sept. 18, 1792. 

Children born in Attleborough : 

172 Abigail, 6 b. 1743; m. Daniel Cheever. 

173 Hannah,^ b. Sept. 23. 1747 ; m. Pentecost Walcott, of Attleborough, Mass. 

174 Joseph,^ b. Oct. 5,1751; m., May 21, 177S, Sarah Woodcock, who died 

in May, 1843. ^f^ '"^ probably the one who went to Union, Me., in 178S, 
and returned to Attleborough in 1793, where he died Dec. 1829, leaving 
no children. 



POSTERITY OF JOHN GUILD OF DEDHAM. 43 

175 Elizabeth.^b. Sept. 23, 1753 ; m. Pullen, of Maine. 

-I-176 Samuel," b. Oct. 22, 1755; m. Mittie Parmenter. 

Children by second wife : 

177 Lydia,^ b. Oct. 19, 1777 ; d. in Pennsylvania. 
+ 178 Nathan,* b. April 22, 1782 ; d. in Gibson, Pa. 

57 

Benjamin Guild* {Ebenezer^ Samuel^ yohn'^), son of Ebenezer 
and Abigail (Daggett) Guild, born in Attleborough, Mass., Aug. 28, 

17 18, married Jemima Morse, who died May 7, 1782. He moved 
to Wrentham, where he was selectman 1766-7. In 1778, he was 
directed to call the first town-meeting of Foxborough. He died Nov. 
2, 1802. 

Children : 

179 Eunice, 5 m. Nathan Mann, of Franklin, and had (i) Eunice, b. Dec. 24, 
1778; (2) Jemlmdy b. April 21, 1780; (3) Chloe^h. Aug. 31, 1782; (4) Cyn- 
thia, m. Nathan Place ; (5) Nathan, b Feb. 2, 178S. 
-|-lSo Elias,^ b. Aug., 1760; m. Mary White. 

iSi Naaniah,* m. James Daniels, of Foxborough. 

58 

Naphtali Guild* {Ebenezer^ Samuel,^ yohn"^) son of Ebenezer 
and Abigail (Daggett) Guild, born at Attleborough, Mass., July 5, 

17 19, married Joanna . She died Sept. 22, 1786 ; age 65. 

Children : 

182 Naphtali,* b. about 1755. He married, and had (183) Harry,"' (184) Ann,''' 

(185) Nancy ^ 
186 Harriet.* 
4-187 John,* b. July 28, 1763 ; m. Margaret Daggett. 

188 Eunice,* d. Lansingburgh, N. Y.; m. 1st, Hidden; had (i) Enoch, {2) 

Warren ; m. 2d, Cooper. 

189 Lucy,* d. Ira, Vt.; m. Wilmarth. 

190 Abigail,* m., 178S, Ira Barrus, and had (i) Olive, (2) Lucy, (3) John, (4) 

Naphtali G., (5) Hannah, (6) David R., (7) Alvan, (8) Laura. 

59 

Ebenezer Guild* {Ebenezer,^ Satnuel^ jfohn'^^ son of Ebenezer 
and Abigail (Daggett) Guild, born in Attleborough, Mass., Aug. 22, 
1722, married Phebe Day, of Wrentham. He was a farmer at 
Wrentham, where he died. 

Children : 

191 Phebe,* b. Sept. 24, 1753; d. April 12, 1S36 ; m. Cheever, of Wren- 

tham ; no children. 

192 Mary,* b. June 8, 1755 ; d. Feb. 27, 1760. 

193 Mary,* b. Nov. 4, 1761 ; d. at Wrentham, Dec. 20, 1832 ; unm. 
-|-I94 Ebenezer,* b. March i, 1759; m. Mary Lane. 

+195 David,* b. Sept. 17, 1764 ; m. ist, Olive Day; 2d, Phebe Puffer. 



44 GUILD GENEALOGY. 

196 Judith,^ b. Feb. 20, 1767 ; m. George Blackington, who was born at Attle- 

boiojgh in 1744. He was a farmer at Wrentham, and died there April 
I, 1826. Children : 
(i) Adeline Day (Blackington), b. Feb. 5, 1806 ; d. Jan. 21, 1S7S ; m. June, 
1831, James Fletcher, son of Joseph and Rebecca (Fletcher) Warren. 
He was born at New Ipswich, N. H., March i, 1801 ; is a jeweler, 
member of Bapt. church, and lives in Plainville, Mass. Children born 
in Wrentham : 
I George Milton (\^3irre\\], b. April 11, 1832; m., June 28, 1866, 
Sarah Louise, daughter of George A. and Sarah L. (Winn) 
Jordan, of Norfolk, Mass. She was born Sept. i, 1844. He 
was selectman five years and rejiresentative to the Legislature 
one year ; is now a jeweler in Providence, R.L Children: (A) 
Jenet Louise, b. June 14, 1S71 ; (B) Emma Adeline, b. Sept. 
19, 1S73. 
II Laburton Blackington (Warren), b. July 28, 1834; m. ist, Nov. 
12, 1S56, Fidelia Blake, b. Oct. 14, 1839, d. July 6, 1S65 ; m. 
2d, Jan. 5, 1S70, Elvira A. Blake, b. at Attieborough Falls, 
Mass., Feb. 16, 1851. He is a jeweler at Plainville, Mass. 
Children : (A) Arthur Warren, b. Feb. 22, 1858 ; (B) Laura 
G., b. Aug. 25, 1S76; (C) Adah L., b. Nov. 22, 1S79. 
Ill James Fletcher (Warren), b. — 
IV Ani;enetle A. (Warren), b. Oct. 14, 1839. 

V Ann Maria (Warren), Ix June 25, 1842. 

VI Harriet Adelia (Warren), b. Sept. 27, 1845 '■> '"•t Sept. 26. 1867, 
Frank Irwin, son of Thomas A. and Susan E. (White) Bor- 
den. He was born at Franklin, Dec. 4, 1846, and is a mer- 
chant at North Attieborough ; was a member of the Legisla- 
ture in 1886. Children: (A)Mabel Warren, b. June 17, iS63. 
VII Mary Day (Warren), b. Dec. 26. 1847. 
VIII Gardner (Warren), b. April 7, 1S50; m. Oct. 21, 18S0, Ella Ade- 
line, daughter of John A. and Ellen S. (George) Hawcs. She 
was bornin Richmond, Va., June 28, 1855. ^^ '^ a jeweler at 
Plainville. Child, (A) Florence Adeline, b. April 8, 1SS4. 
(2) Susan Guild (Blackington), b. ; m. Samuel Parnell Fisher, of 

Attieborough. Children : 
I William Wright, b. July 19, 1834 ; m. 1st, Dec. 21, 1859, Nettie 
A. Pitcher ; 2d, Sept. 22, 1870, Lizzie C. Miller, of Easthamp- 
ton, N. Y. He is a manufacturer of jewelry at North Attie- 
borough. 
II Caroline A., b. July 2, 1836; m., March 3, 1859, Hiram S, Somes. 
He was born at Watertown, Mass., Oct. 28, 1833 '■> 'S a manu- 
facturing jeweler at North Attieborough. Children : (A) Fred 
Cook, b. Dec..3, 1S69; (B) Nettie Fisher, b. Aug. S, 1S66; 
(C) Frank Parnell, b. Jan. 6, 1S74. 

III Samuel Edgar, b. Nov. 9, 1839; m., Jan. 12, 1S72, Georgianna S. 

Clark, of New Bedford, Mass. He is a jewelry manufacturer 
at North Attieborough. 

IV Charles Everett, b. Jan. 7, 1842 ; m., Nov. 15, 1876, Mrs. Harriet 

Pearson, of Washington, D. C. 

V Mary Ellis, b. Feb. 14, 1849; m., Oct. 4, 1870, F. E. Sloan, of 

New York City. 

197 Susanna,* b. Sept. 21,1769; m. John Wilkinson, of Wrentham. Left no 

children. 

64 

Joseph Guild* {Joseph^ Samuel,^ John^), son of Joseph and Abi- 
gail (Curtis) Guild, born at Dedham, Mass., May 11, 1735, married, 
June 28, 1758, Miriam Draper, daughter of Ebenezer and Dorothy 
Draper, of Dedham. She was born March 26, 1739, and died Sept. 



POSTERITY OF JOHN GUILD OF DEDHAM. 45 

26, 1831. The first years of his life were spent at the old ancestral 
home, whence he removed about the time of his marriage to a farm 
which he purchased at Dedham Island, where he spent the remainder 
of his life. He was much esteemed as an honorable, upright and 
virtuous man, and an energetic, useful citizen. He was captain of a 
company of minute men at the breaking out of the Revolutionary 
War.* He was afterward with his command at Ticonderoga, Mon- 
treal, and other places. A brief but interesting journal kept by him 
during this campaign is still preserved. He was one of the committee 
of safety, also a muster master in 1775, on a committee to make pro- 
vision for families of non-commissioned officers and privates in 1777, 
and on a committee of correspondence, inspection and safety in 1780 
and 1 78 1. He was parish treasurer eight years, and filled also other 
offices, such as justice of the peace, selectman, representative to the 
General Court, etc. He was admitted to full communion with the 
church May 20, 1764, and died Dec. 28, 1794. 

Children born in Dedham : 

-I-19S Joseph,^ b. March 14, 1760 ; m. Rebecca Felton. 

-(-199 Reuben,^ b. Aug. iS, 1762 ; m. ist, Catherine Whiting; 2d, Susannah Hos- 

kins. 
4-200 Ebenezer,^ b. Feb. 6, 1765 ; m. Mary Grant. 
-j-201 Amasa,^ b. Nov. 23, 176S ; m. Rebecca Whiting. 
-[-202 Abner,^ b. Aug. 17, 1772 ; m. Sophia Hall. 
4-203 Calvin,^ b. July 6, 1775 ; m. Lendamine Draper. 

204 Nathaniel,^ b. Jan. 3, 1778, He was a merchant in Savannah, Ga., where he 
died Sept. 7, 1805. 

66 

Samuel Guild* {Joseph^ Saviuel,'^ John'^)^ son of Joseph and 
Abigail (Curtis) Guild, born in Dedham, Mass., June 16, 1739, mar- 
ried in i)edham, March 15, 1766, Sarah Smith, of Roxbury. He 
moved to Washington, N. H., June 12, 1781, and appears to have been 
a man of influence, as he held the offices of town clerk and select- 
man. 

Children : 

4-205 Samue!,* b. Nov. 2, 1766; m. Annie Hoadley. 

-{-206 Rufus,^ b. Nov. 3, 1766; m. Mary Hoadley. 

207 Jesse,* b. Sept. i, 1769; probably died young, nothing known of him. 

208 Benjamin,^ b. Dec. 14, 1771; moved from Langdon, N. H., to New York 

State. 

209 Sally," b. in Norton, Mass., July 31, 1775; d. Jan. 19, 1843; m. ist, Feb. 

10. iSoo, Daniel W. Warner, of Langdon, N. H., who died Feb. 15, 1843. 
Children : (i) Alpha S. (Warner), b. July 30, 1800; d. Sept. 13, 1823; (2) 
Sally (Warner), b. Feb. 23, 1803. She married 2d. Dec. 6, 1806, James 
Barker, of Stoddard, N, H. Children : (3) Samuel Guild (Barker), b. Oct. 
6, 1807; (4) Lymati (Barker), b. July 8, 1809; d. in Michigan, April 15, 
1859; (5) Mary (Barker), b. Dec. 2, 181 1 ; (6) Harriet Newell (Barker), b. 
June 7, 1819. 

210 Joseph,* b. Oct. 6, 1778; nothing known of him. 

•"When the news of the battle of Lexington reached Dedham, Captain Joseph G uild led 
the minute men, and meeting a person on the road wbo declared the alarm to be false, he 
seized hi:. 1 with his own hand, gagged him, and left him under charge of one of his men, 
lest the report should reach more wiilmg ears and gain a readier credence. 



46 GUILD GENEALOGY. 

71 

Hemax Guild* {Joseph,^ S(i?nuel,^ yohn'^), son of Joseph and Beu- 
l.ih (Peck) Guild, born in Dedham, Mass., July 28, 1771, married in 
1792, Sarah Taunt, of Canton. 

Children : 

211 Beulah,^ b. 1777; d. unmarried. 

212 Lucy 151ake,^ b. May 17, 17S0; m. May 27, 1803, Jesse Ellis, of Dedham. 

213 Roxa, '^ b. 1783; d. unmarried. 

214 lietsey,'^ b. 1786; d. unmarried. 

4-215 Heman,^ b. Aug. 28, 17S9; m. Hannah Green. 

72 

John Guild* {John,^ yohn,"^ John^), son of John and Mercy 
(Foster) Guild, born in Wrentham, Mass., Nov. 23, 17 12, married 
Charity Hunt, daughter of Ralph Hunt, of Pennington, N. J. She 
was born in 1721-2, and died Feb. 16, 1766. He entered Harvard 
College at the age of 18, and after passing through the regular four 
years' course, graduated in 1734. He was licensed to preach by the 
Presbytery of Philadelphia Aug. 4, 1737, was ordained, and appointed 
in 175 1 over the church at Hopewell, N. J. His pastorate extended 
through an eventful period in the history of that church, during which 
he conducted himself with exemplary wisdom. During the troubles 
of the Revolutionary War, although by his profession a non-combat- 
ant, he was too well known as a firm and earnest patriot to escape the 
alarms and depredations occasioned by prowling bands of British 
soldiers. At one time he was obliged to flee for refuge, with his chil- 
dren, to Pennsylvania, the enemy in the meantime ravaging the coun- 
try, entering his house, destroying his papers and books, converting 
his church into barracks, mutilating the meeting-house and furniture, 
and committing other acts of wanton destruction, to the terror of the 
inhabitants. During the greater part of his ministry he resided on 
the parsonage farm, but the latter part of his life was passed on the 
farm where his wife was born. He died there July 10, 1787. 

In the name of God Amen. The Ninth day of April in the year of our Lord 
one thousand seven hundred and eighty seven, L John Guild of Hopewell in the 
County of Hunterdon, in the State of New Jersey, being of sound mind and mem- 
ory, thanks be given to God therefor, Calling to mind the Mortality of my Body, 
knowing that tis appointed for all men once to die, do make and ordain this my 
last Will and Testament, that is to say, Principally and first of all I Give and 
Recommend my Soul into the hands of God who gave it, and my Body I Commit to 
the Earth to be Buried in a Christian and Decent manner at the Discretion of my 
Executors, and as to Such Worldly Estate wherewith it has pleased God to Bless me 
in this life I Give, Devise and Dispose of the same in the following manner and 
form, Imprimis, I order and direct that all my just Debts and funeral Charges be 
paid as soon as Conveniently may be after my decease out of my moveable estate by 
my Executors hereinafter to be named. Item I give and bequeath unto my Eldest 
son John the sum of Fifty Pounds Current money of the State, likewise I do remit 
and forgive unto iiim the said John whatsoever may be found due from him to me 
by Bills, Notes &c. Item, I give and bequeath unto my Second Son Ralph the Plan- 
tation on which I now dwell, together with all my Right, Title and Interest there- 
unto in any wise appertaining or belonging to him liis heirs and assigns forever, 



POSTERITY OF JOHN GUILD OF DEDHAM. 47 

upon Condition that he the said Ralph pays out as may hereinafter be Directed. 
Item, I Give unto my youngest Son Benjamin the sum of Fifty pounds, this and the 
Legacy left my son John are to be paid by my son Ralph above named at the end 
of four years after my decease or sooner if it can be done, and to my Daughters 
namely Esther wife of John Welling, Margaret wife of John P. Hunt, Mary wife of 
John Howell & Mercy wife of Jesse Christopher, and Phebe & Charity, also are 
single and live with me, to them and each of them an equal share, after Polly How- 
ell and Mercy Christopher together with my Two youngest daui^hters hive as much 
Giv-en them as to make them Equal to their Eldest Sisters, who I suppose are 
nearly equal, that then they shall have an Equal share in a Dividend hereinafter to 
be made share and share alike, after my debts and Funeral Charges are paid, it is 
my Will that a sum of money not Exceeding one Hundred Pounds to be taken out 
of my Moveable Estate and Added lo a sum that may arrise Irom the Sale of a 
Tract of Land which I Bought of Joshua Bunn and hereby ordered to be sold at 
the Discretion of my Executors, and I do hereljy Impovver my lilxecutors to sell the 
same And Good and Sufficient Title to make to the purchaser or purchasers. And 
the money arrising from the sale be it more or less, to be added to the Hundred 
Pounds last above mentioned and equally Divided among my six daughters above 
named, tis my Will that if either of my two youngest Daughters Dies before she 
Receives her Portion, that then it goes to the Surviving Sister, and also that the Two 
Shares last mentioned Remaining in the hands of my son Ralph till Respectively 
Called for, also I give unto my son K.alijh a Team of Horses, Tijgether with all my 
Farming utensils and Implements of Husbandry, Wagons, Plows, Harrows, Sleds, 
Gears, Hoes, Axes, &c. &c, &c. Two Cows and Six Sheep, likewise all my Carpen- 
ters & Joiners Tools, Joynters, Planes, chisels, ghouges, hand Saws &c &c. as to 
the Goods and Chattels that are in the house let them be and Remain in the House 
most part of them at least while my Family keeps together for their use and benefit. 
And also the provisions that may be found in the House laid up for the use of the 
Family, I order that they may be kept f(jr that use and free from appraisement; Fur- 
thermore I do hereby Constitute make and ordain my beloved Son Ralph Together 
with my beloved Sons in law John Welling and John P. Hunt, Executors of this 
my Will and Testament, Ratifying, Confirming this and no other to be my last Will. 
In Witness Whereof I have hereunto put my Hand and Seal the day and year 
above written. 

JNo. GUILD i 

Sealed, published, pronounced and Declared by the said John Guild as his last 
Will, in the presence of us 

John Davison i 

Henry Baker > 

Benjamin Woolsey ) 

Children : 

216 Esther,* b. 1744; d. April 20, 1S12; m. John Welling, who died Aug. 12, 
1832, aged 93. They had: 

(1) Enoch (Welling), b. April 21, 1769; d. young. 

(2) Hannah (Welling); m. John Davison. 

(3) John (Welling) b. Jan. 17, 1772; d. July 5, iSoo; m. Rebecca, daugh- 

ter of William Green. She died March 12, 1837, age 63. Children: 

I Enoch G. (Welling), d. June 7, 1848; m. Elizabeth Grover ; no ch. 

II y(3/^/^ (Welling), d. 1S32; m. Sarah, daughter of John Grover. 

Children: (A) Charles; (B) Louis S., m. daughter of Capt. 

Robert Anderson, of Princeton, N. J,, and had (a) Leroy H,; 

(b) Bessie; (C) Emily, m. Lansing, of Poughkeepsie, N. Y. ; 

^l3) Samuel, died young; (E) Elizabeth, died young. 

(4) Charles (Welling), b. Feb. 10, 1777; d. Oct. 15, 1S57; m. Mary Sexton. 

He was a trustee, and for 57 years a ruling elder of the Presbyterian 
Church at Pennington, N. J. Children: (I) Robert (Welling), m. 
Ruth Hunt; had (A) Mary Elizabeth, m. Scudder Cook. (II) George 
(Welling), died young. (HI) IVilliain (Welling), m. Charity Spen- 




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48 GUILD GENEALOGY. 

cer. (IV) Dexter, (Welling), m. Maria, daughter of Dr. Saulsbury, 
of Princeton ; child, (A) Sarah Ellen. (V) C/i(/r/«( Welling), m. Eliz- 
abeth Dougherty; resides in Missouri. (VI) Isaac (Welling) grad. at 
Princeton. (VII) Israel (Welling), m. Elizabeth Thomas. (VIII) 
Florence [^v.\Y\x\g). (IX) //ja (Welling), d. unmarried. (X) Eliza- 
beth (Welling), d. unmarried. (XI) yohti (Welling), d. unmarried. 

(5) Asa (Welling), b. Nov. 1779; d. 1795. 

(6) Isaac (Welling), b. Jan. 27, 1784; d. Feb. 29, 1868; m. Hannah, daugh- 

ter of Louis Perrine, of Freehold, N. J. He was a physician and an 
active member and elder of the Presbyterian Church at Pennington. 
Children : 
I Henry Perrine (Welling), m. Louisa, daughter of Peter S. 
Schenck. He was a physician at Pennington; child, (A) Ed- 
ward Livingstone. 
II Elizabeth [\^ii\\mg), m. 1st. Louis Springer, of Wilmington, Del. ; 
2d, John D. IJart;3d, David N. Wiley, of Georgetown, D. C. 
Children by 3d husband: (A) Isaac W., m. Sarah Torns; (B) 
Ilenrv M., m. Mary Willis; (C) Isabella, m. Daniel C. Titus; 
(D) Augusta; (K) Harriet W. ; (F) Hannah. 

III John (Welling), ni. Jemima Titus. 

IV Harriets. (Welling), m. Stanley S. Cooley. Children: (A) Em- 

ma, (H) Virginia, (C) Stanhope. (D) Hannah Louisa, (E) Will- 
iam Henry, (F) Alice T., (Gj Isaac Welling, (H) Spencer H., 
( I ) Bessie W. 
217 Margaret,^ b. March 25, 1747; d. Nov. 19, 1S19; m. Sept. 18, 1771, John 
Price Hunt, a farmer at Pennington, N. J. Children: (i) Charity, b. Sept. 
II, 1773. (2) Susanna, b. Oct. 28, 1775; d. March 27, 1844; m. James 
Stevenson who died Dec. 30, 1S39. (3) Azariah. b. Dec. 25, 1777; d. 
April 27, 1S21. (4) Elijah, b. Dec. 20, 17S0. (5) Wilson Price, b. March 
20, 17S3; d. in St. Louis, 1842. (6) Esther, h. Oct. 22, 17S4; d. Feb. 8, 
1S62. (7) John Guild, b. July 22, 1786; d. Nov. 8, 1852. (8) Mary D., 
b. Feb. 27, 1791; d. Sept. 23, 1864. 
21S John,'' b. April 23, 1749; d. March 23, 1825; m. Abigail Howell who died 
April 29, 1816, aged 62. He was a clock-maker. Children: (219) Charity,^ 
b. Sept. 24, 1781 ; d. Aug.i6, 1S64; m. ist, William E. Green who died July 
31, 1813. Children: (i) Enoch, (2) Mary Ann, (3) Charles Beatty, (4) Eliz- 
abeth G., (5) Philip Physic, d. Oct. 29, 1S60, unnv, (6) William E. She 
married 2d, Pierson Reading, and had (7) Pier son. (220) yohtt,^ d. 1S50; 
m. Caroline Burton. He was a merchant in Philadelphia; had (22r) Rob- 
ert^ died young. (222) Albert,' m. Connor. (223) Elizabeth,*' m. John 
Moore. (224) Mary,*^ m. Clark Chambers. (225)^«« GS" d. May 6, 1872; 
m. Thomas Millette. 

226 Phebe,*" b. April 5, 1760; d. April 16, 1836; m. Titus Hart who died at Pen- 

nington Jan. I, 1795, aged 45. Children: (i) Esther (Hart), d. July, 1836, 
aged 41 ; m. Peter HIackwell wh j died April 21, 1827; (2) Charity (Hart), 
d. Jan. 22, 184S, aged 55; m. Reuben Titus. 

227 Charity,'' b. Sept. 26, 1762; d. June 10, 1S42; m. June 9, 1788, George Muir- 

heid who was born June 25,1760; died at Pennington, N. J., April 6, 
1851. Children: 
(i) John G/«A/(Muirheid), b. June 25, 17S9; d. Nov. 17, 1S66; m. Jan. 18, 
1S21, Elizabeth, daughter of Daniel G. Howell. She was born Jan. 
I, 1800; died Dec. 3, 1872. Children: 
I Mary (Muirheid), b. Nov. 16, iS2i;died young. 
II Charity (Muirheid), b Nov. 6, 1823; d. in Alexandria, Va., Sept, 
21, 1S61 ; m. John Ogden. It is said, the night after the battle 
of Bull Run her house was filled with wounded soldiers, and her 
death was caused by her exertions in their behalf. 
Ill Charles Iloivell {'^\\\\x\\'c\A, b. Aug. 7, 1S25; d. May 7, 18S3; m. 
Elizabeth Nesbit, of Burlington, N. J. He was the confiden- 
tial clerk and real estate agent of Charles H. Fisher, the lead- 
ing banker of Philadelphia. Opening a real estate office on his 
own account, he did a large business for capitalists of that city. 
He left no children. 



POSTERITY OF JOHN GUILD OF DEDHAM. 49 

IV Sarah (Muirlieid), b. Aug. 4, 1827; died young, 
V Elizabeth (Muiiheid), b. June 27, 1S29; married Samuel H. Titus, 
and had (A) John N., (H) Samuel H., (C) Charles M. 

VI Alfred {^\vi\\h.(t\dii, b. Aug. 6, 1S31 ; d. May 25, 1S75; ™' Sarah 
A., daughter of Maj. John Howell, of Ewing Township, N. J. 
Children: (A) John Guild. (B) George, (C) Annie, m. Albert 
Brewer, (Dj Henry, (E) Lillian. 
VII Sarah (Muirheid), b. Sept. 26, 1833; ''^^^ unmarried on the home- 
stead at Pennington. 
VIII Henry Perkifis (Muirheid), b. Sept. 10, 1835; died at Philadelphia 
April 28, 1S76. He graduated at Lawrenceville, N. J., Classi- 
cal School, succeeded his brother as confidential clerk of Mr. 
Fisher and was one of the executors of his estate, served as ist 
lieutenant and captain in the 6th Pennsylvania Cavalry with 
distinction, and after the war was Brig. Gen. of the ist Brigade 
of the National Guards of Philadelphia. 

IX John Guild (Muirheid), b. Aug. 5, 1S37; m. Jan. 18, 1866, Pris- 
cilla, daughter of Joseph Burn. He is special agent of the 
Provident Life and Trust Company of Philadelphia. Children: 
(A) Joseph Guild, b. April 16. 1S67, clerk Corn Exchange 
Bank, Philadelphia; (B) Elizabeth, b. Sept. 17, 1869; (C) Al- 
fred, b, March 28, 1S78, died young. 
X Annie Reeves (Muirheid). b. Sept., 1839, died young, 

XI W. Hamson (Muirheid), b. Sept. 15, 1841 ; m. Elizabeth, daughter 
of S. Moore Hart, and resides on the homestead; has (A) Ma- 
ry, (B) Clarence, (C) Alice. 

(2) Benjamin (Muirheid), b. June 25, 1791; d. Dec. 3, 1873; !"• Sarah, 

daughter of Noah and Hannah (L^awrence) Howell, She was born 
in Trenton, N. J., Aug. 19, 1795; ^^^^ i" Pennington, Nov. 17, 
1869. He was a major in the State militia, and a farmer in Penning- 
ton. Children: 

I Hannah Maria (Muirheid), b. April 19, 181 5; m. John Stevenson 
Van Cleve; had (A) Sarah M., m. Parker, and lives at Mor- 
ristovvn, N. J. 
II John (Muirheid), b. April 21, 1S17; d. April 21, 1885; m. Mary 
Howe who was born June 15, 18 16. He was a merchant; clerk 
and president of the Mechanics Bank at Trenton; served as 
sheriff of Mercer County three years. Children: (A) Charles 
H., b. Oct. 12, 1849; m. Manoma Keeler, and resides at South 
Amboy, N. J. ; children, (a) Guy, died young, (b) William, died 
young, (c) John, (d) Charlotte. (B) Ella, b. June 11. 1847; m. 
1st, Jan. 2, 186S, Aaron Van Cleve; child, (a) Aaron Howell, b. 
Oct. 21, 1868, student at Lehigh University; m. 2d, William 
Green Stewart, a wholesale merchant at Easton, Penn, 

III William Benedict {^l\x\x\\€\A], b. Oct. 17, 1819. He is a merchant 

and surveyor at Pennington, is Master in Chancery of the State 
of New Jersey, and was a trustee of the Presbyterian Church ; 
unmarried. 

IV Susan //c^ryc// (Muirheid), b. July 20, 1823; resides in Pennington; 

unmarried. 

(3) Deborah (Muirheid), b. March ii, 1794; d. Dec. 27, 1861 ; m. Jesse 

M., son of Noah and Hannah (Lawrence) Howell. He was a bank 
clerk at Easton, Penn. Children: (I) Elizabeth, m. Dr. F, L, Crane; 
had (A) Jesse H., (B) P>anklin L., (C) David O., (D) George W. 
(II) Sarah, m. James Pollock. (Ill) Ellen, b. June 29, 1829; m. 
Sept. 13, 1853, William Maxwell, and resides in Easton. (IV) Jesse 
Lau<re7tce, m. Eliza Smith, and had (A) Judson, (B) Eliza. (V) 
George Muirheid. 

(4) William (Muirheid), b. May 19, 1797; d. Aug. 15, 1850, unmarried. 

He was a merchant at Trenton, 

(5) George (Muirheid), b. Sept. 5, 1801 ; died at Lambertville, N. J., June 

4, 1872; married Sarah Wilson, and had (I) Amos Wilson. 



50 GUILD GENEALOGY. 

(6) Elizabeth (Muirheid), b. Aug. 21, 1.S04; d. Jan. 17, 1867; m. Nov. 3, 
1S24, George Woolsey. He was a farmer, deacon of the Pres- 
byterian Church at Pennington, and served three years as State Sen- 
ator. Children: (I) Theodore F., married Sarah Ann Hunt; had 
(A) George S., (B) Charles N., (C) Elizabeth M., (D) Henry H., 
(E) Edgar. (II) Charitv M. m. Joseph I'ittenger; had (A) George 
W., (B) Henry M., (Cj'Ella \V. (Ill) Mary Ann, m. Jesse Atch- 
ley; had (A) Elizabeth W., ( B) Andrew T., (C) Caroline A., (D) 
Anna v., (E) Minnie, (P^) Charles, (G) Frank. [W^) Ella V. b. 
June 25, 1835; ni. Nov. 10, 1S57, David G. Baldwin who was born 
A])ril 14, 1S34; resides near Pennington. Children : (A) Henry 
Welling, b. April 8, 1859; m. May 21, 18S0, Julia A. Voorhees, and 
had (A) Frank, b. Nov, 19, 1881; (B) Elizabeth Woolsey, b. Dec. 
21, 1862. 

228 Mary,^ b. 1755; d. Jan. 30. iSio; m. John Howell who was born Sept. 11, 

1749, died Aug. 23, 1823. lie lived in Ewing Township, N. J. 

229 Mercy,* married Jesse Christopher. 

230 Benjamin,* b. 1764; d. 181 15: m. Ann Green, and lived at New Brunswick, 

N.J. Children: (231) Chriftianna,^ d. unm. ; (232) i1Aj;-/«,'' d. unm. ; 
^233) Ann M.,^ d. unm.; (234) Charles,^ d., age 21, unm.; (235) John^ 
died of yellow fever at Vera Cruz, Mexico; (236) /ialph,^ b. iSor; d. 
April 2, 1S85; m. Ellen Hunt; had no children. He was a merchant at 
New Brunswick. N. J. 
237 Ralph,* m. Sarah Embley. He lived on a farm near Pittstown, N. J., and 
left no children. 



78 

Benjamin Guild* {John^ yolui^ John'^)^ son of John and Mercy 
(Foster) Guild, born in Wrenthain, Mass., April 12, 17 17, married, 
Jan. 22, 1744, Abigail Graves, who died July 7, 1808. He came 
into possession of most of his grandfather's real estate, and it is 
recorded of him that he was a peaceful and respected member of 
society. He was probably one of the founders of Keene, N. H. 

Children : 

-{-238 Benjamin,* bpt. April 30, 1749; 't^- Elizabeth Quincy. 

239 Lois,* b. July 2, 1751 ; d. June 21, 1778. 

240 Eunice,* b. March 5, 1753; m. Nov. 17, 1791, Aaron Everett, of Foxbor- 

ough, his third wife. 
-{-241 John,* b. Oct. 16, 1755; m. Nancy Druce. 

242 Mercy,* b. Dec. 12, 1758; m. July 15, 1788, Benjamin Ray, and moved to 

New York State. Thev had (i) Benjamin, (2) Oliver, (3) Abigail. 

243 Abigail,* baptized May 29, 1763; m. Oct. 8, 1786, Timothy Metcalf. 

81 

Ebenezer Guild* {John^ John,^ John'^), son of John and Mercy 
(Foster) Guild, born in Wrentham, Mass., July 31, 1724, married Nov. 
20, 1746, Margaret Pond, who was born March 12, 1724-5 and died 
Aug. II, 1810. He was a deacon of the Baptist Church at West 
Wrentham, that part which was set off to Franklin. He died there 
May 29, 1790. 



POSTERITY OF JOHN GUILD OF DEDHAM. 51 

Children : 

+244 Ebenezer,^ b. Aug. 16, 1747; m. Lydia Whittemore. 

-(-245 Joseph,* b. Sept. 14. 1748; m. Rebecca Pierce. 

246 Margaret, 5 b. Feb. 22, i75i;d. Dec. 3, 1769. 

247 Mary,^ b. July 14, 1754; m. James Thurston, of Cumberland, R. I. 

248 Chloe,^ b. May 15, 1760; m. Oct. 25, 17S1, Robert Ray who died Sept. 21, 

1797- 
+249 Samuel,^ b. Dec. 13, 1762; m. Ruth Morse. 

82 

Timothy Guild* {yohn^ Jolm^ yohn'^)^ son of John and Phebe 
(Mann) Guild, born in Wrentham, Mass., Jan. 15, 1733, married Sept. 
17, 1760, Jane Davis. They lived in Wrentham, where he died April 
4, 1789. 

Children all born in Wrentham : 

250 Esther,* b. Nov. 13, 1761 ; m. July 24, 1788, Elijah Craig of Wrentham. 
-I-251 Otis,* b. July 28, 1763; m. Lois Robinson. 

252 Phebe,* b. Feb. 24, 1765; d. Oct 2, 1821 ; m. Jan. i, 1793, Elias Cheever, 

of Wrentham, who was born Aug. 29, 1769; d. April 5, 1S37. Children : 
(i) Silas, b. June 15, 1794; d. young. (2) Elias, b. July 8, 1795; ^- Sept. 
9. 1813. (3) Clarissa, b. May 27, 1798; d. March 28, 1831. (4) Otis Guild, 
b. Nov. I, iSoi; lived at Sheldonville, Conn., in 1855. (5) Eliza B., b. 
March 19, 1807; d. Feb. 14, 1859; m. Ware. 

253 Matilda,* b. Dec. 25, 1766; d. Augusta, Me., Sept., 1843; m. April 2, 1795, 

David Craig, of Wrentham. who was born March 12, 1770; died Dec. 25, 
1844. They moved to Augusta in 1802. He was a farmer. Children : 

(i) Joktt (Craig), b. Rutland, Vt.. Oct. 31, 1796; m. Sept. 5, 1S22, Mehit- 
able Sheppard; had {\) Henry, b. Augusta, June 25, 1824. (II) 
Nancy, b. Oct. 28, 1826; d. Aug. 15, 1872; m. Oct., 1S45, Alfred 
Oliver, and had (A) Henry (Oliver), b. Nov. i, 1846; (B) George 
(Oliver), b. March 27, 1S49; (C) Julia (Oliver), b. June 27, 1851. 
(Ill) John S. (Craig), b. July 20, 1828; m. April 3, 1847, Sarah 
Clark, of Mt. Vernon, Me. Children: (A) Alvinza, b. Augusta, 
May 24, 1848; (B) Julia A., b. June 27, 1850. (IV) Hiram A. 
(Craig), b. July 17, 1830; m. May 20, 1855, Susan Stone. Children: 
(A) Imogene, d. young; (B) Henry A., b.May 20, 1859; (C) Hannah 
E., b. Dec. 14, 1861. (V) Esther A. (Craig), b. May 16, 1832; m. 
Charles Clark, of Augusta. Children: (A) Ida. (B) William, (C) 
George. (VI) David (Craig), b. June 15, 1834; d. Feb. 17, 1835. 
(VII) Albert IV. (Craig), b. Feb. 14, 1S36; m. March, 1857, Betsey 
Stone. Children : (A) Mary A., b. June 6, 1858; (B) Carrie, b. 
Dec. 8, 1S60; (C) Clara, b. April 27, 1863. (VIH) Horace (Craig), 
b. Oct. 25, 1S43; d. Dec. 3, 1S61. 

{2) Mary (Craig), b. Nov. 13, 1798; m. 1st, Jan. 17, 1821, John Richards. 
He was Register of Deeds of Kennebec County, and died at Augusta, 
Dec. 9, 1844. She married 2d, Jan. 17, 1855, Samuel Wyman. Chil- 
dren : (I) John Albion (Richards), b. Winthrop, Me., Nov. 30, 1821 ; 
m. Lucia T. Bradford, of Falmouth, Me., and succeeded his father 
as Register of Deeds. Child, (A) Mary Elizabeth, b. Oct. 16,1850. 
(II) William Crrt/f- ( Richards), b. Oct. 9, 1S23; m. Jan. 16, 1850, 
Aurelia P. Ives, of Falmouth, Me. He was a hardware dealer in 
Boston. (Ill) Mary Matilda (Richards), b. April 10, 1825; d. Nov. 
II, 1850. 

(3) Clarissa (Craig), b. Nov. 15, 1800; m. James Page, of Augusta. 
Children : (I) G. Albert, b. March 30, 1831 ; (II) Mary M., b. Feb. 
22, 1833, d. 1849; (III) M.ircia M., b. 1S3S. d. Sept. 12, 1841; (IV) 
J. Franklin, b. March, 1843, d. April 9, 1S47 ; (V) Clarissa C.,\i, 
Jan. 16, 1850. 



52 GUILD GENEALOGY. 

(4) Edwin (Craig), b. Wrentham, Mass., May 2S, 1S02; m. Dec. 9, 1S37, 

Elizabeth Hamilton, of Augusta. 

(5) Hiram (Craig), b. Augusta. Nov. 24, 1S05; m. Dec. 11, 1834, Harriet 

White. She was born in Freedom, Me.. Aug. 23, 1S19. 

(6) Esther G. (Craig), b. April 3, 1809; m. Nov. 26, 1S35, Ebenezer H. 

Farnham who died 1S38. 

254 Lois, 5 b. Oct. 2, 1770; d. Feb. 16, 1857; m. June 20, 1792, Joshua, son of 

Joshua and Mary (Guild) Grant, of Wrentham. He died Sept. i, iSio. 
Children ; 
(i) Sally (Grant), b. Aug. 17, 1793; d. April 22, 1S20; m. 1813, John Gil- 
more, of West Wrentham. They had (I) Emeline E., b. June 29, 
1816; m. Nov. 6, 1834, Elijah T. Fitts; resided in Santa Cruz, Cal. 
(U) ■Jane. 

(2) Charles (Grant), b. June 30, 1795; d. April 24, 1814. 

(3) George (Grant), b. Dec. 25, 1797; d. March 16, 1S65; m. ist. June 11, 

1820, Joanna S. Shaw. She was born Dec. 23, 1795; died Nov. 
1S25 ; m. 2d, May 27, 1827, Miranda C. Craig. Children : (I) 
Joshua, b. Feb. 11, 1S22 ; d. April 16, 1S26. (11) Eleanor Frances, 
b. Jan. 13, 1824 ; d. April l, 1833. (Ill) Charles Albert, b. June 4, 
1828. (IV) Adeliza, b. Feb. 9. iS3o;d. Dec. i, 1856. (V) Zeolide, 
b. Nov. 9, T831. (VI) George William, b. Sept. 15, 1S33 ; d. Oct. 
15, 1858. (VII) John Edwird, b. Aug. 16, 1838. (VIII) Caroline 
Craig, b. April 10, 1S42. 

(4) William (Grant), b June 14, iSoo; d. July 21,1836; m. Aug. 14, 1831, 

Hannah Sheppard who was born in Dedham, June 12, 1800; died 
July 17, 1S33. He was a watchmaker in Boston. 

(5) Mary Guild (Grant), b. Sept. 16, 1S02 ; d. May 27, 1815. 

(6) Jane Davis (Grant), b. March 19, 1805; d. May 5, 1825. 

(7) Eleanor Davis (Grant), b. Nov. 12, 1807; d. March 12, 1815. 

255 Jcrusha,*b. Nov. 29, 1772 ; d. March i, 1777. 

83 

Samuel Guild* {John^ Johti^ j^ohn'^), son of John and Phebe 
(Mann) Guild, born at Wrentham, Mass., April 21, 1734, married at 
Greenfield, Mass., May 29, 1760, Ruth Nims, who was born March 
7, 1744, and died Aug. 14, 1S04. He settled at Leyden, Mass. 
About 1790 he bought some land in Paris, N.Y., for his sons, Samuel, 
Joel, and Elijah. In those days the settlers allowed their cattle to run 
at large, and very often would spend many days looking for them. It 
seems, at one of these times in hunting for the cattle, they came to 
the Unadilla River several miles from their home, and being so well 
pleased with the country wrote to their father to come and buy the 
land. Accordingly, in the spring of 1792, he sold all his possessions 
in Massachusetts, put the gold and silver into the saddle-bags packed 
with old clothes, and started for the new home on horseback, alone, 
over new roads and unbeaten paths. When he came to a place to 
stay over night, he would throw the saddle-bags carelessly under the 
bar-room table as though they contained nothing valuable, but being 
careful that no one but himself handled them. In this way he traveled 
until he reached what is now West Winfield, N. Y., and he purchased a 
large tract of land on which he built a house, the first in town. His son 
Elijah followed him ; the other two stayed in Paris, N. Y. He finished 
paying for his land by cutting timber and converting it into potash, 
hauling it twenty-two miles, and taking the money to Boston on horse- 
back to make the payments. He built the first church in town, and 



POSTERITY OF JOHN GUILD OF DEDHAM. 63 

was an active member as long as he lived, and at his death made 
provision in his will for its support. He assisted in organizing the 
first school, and was always an active supporter of the cause of edu- 
cation. His house was always open to the pioneers who came to seek 
homes for themselves in the wilderness, and his whole life was one 
of activity and usefulness. Before his death, which occurred July i8, 
1816, he had the satisfaction of seeing his children and many of his 
grandchildren settle on or near the old homestead. 

WILL OF SAMUEL GUILD. 

In the name of God Amen I Samuel Guild of Litchfield in the County of Herki- 
mer and State of New York Joiner, Being by age in a declining circumstance of 
life but enjoying a comfortable state of health and of a sound and composed mind 
and Judgment, (thanks be to God for it) Calling to mind my own Mortality and 
Knowing that it is apportioned unto all men once to die, do make and ordain this 
my last will and Testament in manner and form following Namely: — 

Principally and first of all I give and recommend my soul into the hands of that 
sovereign merciful God who gave it hoping and believing that through the active 
and passing obedience of Jesus Christ to iiave the free pard(>a and forgiveness of 
all my sins and inherit everlasting life, and my body I commit to the earth to be 
devoutly buried at the discretion of my executors not doubting but at the general 
resurrection I shall receive the same again by the mighty power of God, and as 
touching such worldly estate wherewith it hath pleased God to bless me in this 
life, I give and dispose of the same in the following manner namely. 

I give and bequeath the interest of one hundred dollars for the support of the 
gospel of the Baptist denomination to be Conferred on the person or elder who fills 
the desk in the south meeting-house in Litchfield in New York State. 

I give and bequeath the interest of one hundred dollars for the benefit of edu- 
cating children to be conferred on the man or woman who shall teach the school 
nearest the place where I now live. 

And in regard to my real estate there being a piece of land lying in Plainfield 
New York being part of the lot number three in what is called Cochrans Patent 
there being mills and dwelling houses on said land which I lay no claim to but wish 
to have them continue where they are for the use and benefit of the owners like- 
wise pine timber on the said land which I wish to let those persons have benefit of 
to whom it is given all except that which is marked for myself which I give and 
bequeath to Anson Guild, said land being now divided into four parts bounded West 
on land deeded to Samuel Guild jr., and East on the east end of said lot. 

I give and bequeath the third part of said land from the South to ray son Joel 
Guild to him and his heirs forever. 

I give and bequeath the fourth and North part of said land to the heirs of Elijah 
Guild deceased to them and their heirs forever. 

There being another piece of land lying Chiefly in Litchfield bounded west on 
land of Oliver Guild and south on the County Ime and east deeded to Anson Guild, 
and west on land of Hezekiah Green and others, It is my will that said land be 
divided nearly north and south equal as to quantity and quality, by giving the west 
part six acres the most land, I give and bequeath the west half of said land to my 
son Oliver Guild and the east half of said land to my grandson Anson Guild to 
their only use and benefit forever. 

Likewise there being another piece of land lying in Plainfield bounded West that 
was Jesse Clarks, deceased and south in Doc'- Hackleys land and east on land 
deeded to Elijah Guild and north on the County line, it is my will that said land be 
divided about north and south equally into three parts as to number of acres. 

I give and bequeath the east third part and all the wood and timber on the middle 
third part north of the turnpike road to my daughter Olive Esen and to her heirs to 
their only use and benefit forever. 

And the middle third part except the wood and timber north of the turnpike road 
I give and bequeath to my daughter Sybil Wilcox to her only use and benefit for- 
ever. 



54 GUILD GENEALOGY. 

And I give and bequeath to the heirs of my daughter Ruth Green deceased the 
west and third part of said land to each of them and their heirs to their only use 
and benefit forever. 

And in regard to my personal estate I give to my grandson Anson Guild my 
desk, my gun, and my watch, — and all the rest of my personal estate I wish to have 
prised by wise and faithful men appointed for that purpose and then divided into 
eight equal parts, five parts of which I give and bequeath to my five living children 
namely, Samuel Guild jr., Joel Guild, and Oliver Guild, Olive Esen and Sybil Wil- 
cox one part I give to the heirs of Elijah Guild deceased, and one part I give to 
the heirs of Ruth Green deceased and one part I give to the heirs of Consider 
Guild deceased, on condition that they give a quit claim deed of a certain acre of 
land that their father sold to Mr. Eaton before he died, to each of them to their 
only use and benefit forever. 

Furthermore [ constitute appoint and ordain Oliver Guild above named as the 
sole executor of this last will and testament charging him to be faithful to his trust 
as he must expect to answer it both to God and man, and regard to ail my con- 
nections and friends as a dying man, I would call upon you to remember that God 
has made you for his use and service and as your works are found to be so it will 
fare with you in the coming world, therefore let each one of us at all times remem- 
ber what God spake by the prophet Amos " Prepare to meet thy God oh Israel." 

In testament of this being my last will and testament I have hereto set my hand 
and seal this sixth day of April, one thousand eight hundred and fifteen. 

SAMUEL GUILD 
signed sealed and delivered 
in the presence of the subscribers 
Royal BiiYANT 
James Eaton 
Clark Babcock 

Children, born at Leyden, Mass. : 

+ 256 Samuel,^ b. Jan. 22, 1763 ; m. Lydia Esen. 

+ 257 Joel,° b. Feb. 17, 1764; m. Olive Balch. 

258 Sybil,^ b. Oct. 7, 1765; d. in Greenfield, Mass., May 10, 1776. 

-{-259 Elijah,'' b. April 10, 1767 ; m. Anna Esen. 

260 Olive,'' b. Dec. 29, 176S; d. Sept., 1823; m. in Greenfield, Mass., Aug. 14, 

178S, Joseph Esen. He had by his first wife, , a daughter, Anna, b. 

Feb. ID, 1775, who married Elijah Guild. Children: (i) Olive (Esen),b. 
April 13, 1790; d. 1805. (2) .S"t?M (Esen),b. July 30, 1792. (3) iTj'/wii (Esen), 
b. July 30, 1792 ; m. Zadock Fenn ; moved to Wolcott, Wayne Co., N. Y., 
thence to Harpersfield, Ashtabula Co., Ohio, where he raised a large fam- 
ily and died. (4) Joseph (Esen), b. May, 1794; d. at W\ Winfield, N. Y., 
Sept. 8, 1806. (5) Sebrina (Esen), b. Aug. 9, 1796; d. at W. Winfield, 
Nov., 1806. (6) Belinda (Esen), b. June 12, 1799; d. at W. Winfield, 
July 7, 1822; m. Ethan W. Allen. (7) Bernicc (Esen), b. June 12, 1800; 
d. at Wolcott, N. Y. (8) Willicun (Esen), b. Aug. 28, 1804; d. at Wol- 
cott, N. Y. (9) Aruiiah (Esen), b. June 26, 1806; m. in Butler, N. Y., 
Belinda Merrill; d. Butler, Wayne Co., N. Y. 

261 Cyprian,'' b. Feb. 5, 1771; d. in Greenfield, Dec. 1,1775. 
-I-262 Oliver,'' b. July 16, 1773; m. Zilphia Morgan. 

263 Consider,* b. May 2, 1776; died in Greenfield, Oct. i, 1777. 

264 Sybil," b. Feb. 16, 1778; d. at W. Winfield, Nov. 26, 1842 ; m. John Wil- 

cox, of Flainfieid, N. Y., who was born in Middleton, Conn., 1771, and 
died at W. Winfield, Nov. 11, 1848. Children : 
(i) Eunice (Wilcox), b. Dec. 9, 1796; d. Norwalk, Conn., June 16, 1885; 
t m. at W. Winfield, N. Y., Aug. 31, 1817, Col. Henry Rogers who 

was born in Lyme, Conn., 1785, and died in Norwalk, April 27, 1857. 
Children : 
I Charles IVilcox (Rogers), b. Otsego Co., N. Y., July 4, 1818; m. 
Oct. 21, 1842, Joanna Monroe, daughter of .Samuel and Eliza- 
beth B. (Monroe) Coggeshall, of Bristol, R. L She was born 
April, 1822. He has been town clerk, justice of the peace, 



POSTERITY OF JOHN GUILD OF DEDHAM. 55 

deputy collector of customs at Cape Vincent, N. Y., and war- 
den of the Episcopal Church ; also a railway official residing at 
East Norwalk, Conn. P'roni 1856 to 1S64, he was Gen'l Freight 
Agent of the Northern Railway of Canada at Toronto. He now 
resides at Waukegan, 111. Child : (A) Helen Sumner, b. June 
29, 1846; m. at Waukegan, 111., July 24, 1873, Eugene Fauntle- 
roy who died at Nashville, Tenn., Sept. 16, 18S4. Children : (a) 
Helen May, b. Chicago, 111., May 22, 1874; (b) Louis Frank, b. 
Chicago, April 9, 1877 ; (c) Maude, b. Chicago, March 28, 1880; 
(d) Jennette, b. Nashville, Tenn., June 3, 18S4; d. Nashville, 
Tenn., Aug. 16, 18S4. 

II Arietta May (Rogers), b. Plainfield, N. Y., Aug. 15, 1825; m. 
in New Haven, Conn., Oct. 4, 1847, Samuel, son of Samuel and 
Lucretia (Fitch) Uaskam. He was born in Norwalk, Conn., 
Jan. 31, 1823, and is now engaged in the real estate business at 
Norwalk. Children : (A) Ida Arietta, b. July 2, 185S ; d. Sept. 
12, 1859. (B) Jennie May, b. June 24, i860, at Norwalk, Conn., 
m., Norwalk, Conn., July 6, 1S87, James Lawrence Stevens. 
He was born at Norwalk. March 11, 1850, and is interested in 
a silk importing house, New York City. 
(2) Ruth (Wilcox), b. Nov. 4, 1798 ; d. West Union, la., Dec. 10, 1866 ; 
m. April 24. 1825, Isaac, son of Nathan and Anne (Brown) 
Stewart. He was born at Stonington, Conn., June 5, 1792 ; d. 
at lUyria, la., Oct. 15, 1864. He settled on a farm in Brook- 
field, Madison Co., N. Y., thence went to Middlebury, Ohio, re- 
maining four years, when he returned to Brookfield and began 
the study of the Thomsonian system of medicine, receiving his 
diploma in 1845. In 1840 he moved to Utica, N. Y., and the 
following year to Trenton, N.Y., where he practiced his profession 
until 1856, when he settled on a farm at Illyria, la. Children: 
I Milton Perry {StQW3.xi), b. Middlebury, Ohio, Feb. 23, 1827; d, 
July 19, 1829. 

II George Clifford (Stfw?ixt), b. Oct. 30, 1829; d. Nov. 29, 1S40, at 
Columbus, N. Y. 
Ill Abby Jane (Stewart), b. Brookfield, N. Y., Oct. 15, 1831 ; m. at 
Illyria, la., May i, 1862, De Cason Dodeca Briggs who was 
born at Illyria, April 14, 1838. Before marriage she taught 
school in New York, Ohio and Indiana. They lived on a farm 
nine years at Illyria, moved to Portland, Oregon, then to San 
Jose, Cal.. and finally to Los Gatos, where he is a carpenter. 
Children: (A) Stewart De., b. Sept. 9, 1865; (B) Georgia Alton, 
b. April 12, 1869. 

IV Charles Carroll (Stewart), b. Columbus, N. Y., Dec. 7, 1833; m. 
1st, at Painesville, Ohio, July 27, 1S54, Frances Lathrop who was 
born Dec. 12, 1830, at Painesville, Ohio, and died at Cropsey, 
McLean Co., 111., March 25, 1869 He married 2d, at Remick, 
Mo., Oct. 26, 1870, Sarah Elizabeth Palmore, widow of John 
H. Palmore. She was born at Woodsonville, Ky., Sept. 30, 
1843. He was a druggist at Illyria, la., and Anchor, 111., and 
died at Moberly, Mo., May 10. 1876. His widow married W. 
R. Baker, and resides at Rolling Home, Mo. Children by first 
wife: (A) Florence Gertrude, b. Aug. 6, 1S56; m. George Lay, 
has two children, Charles and Conrad, and resides at Myers, 
Howard Co., Mo.; twins — sons — were baptized Sept. i, 1858, 
at Illyria, la. Died Sept 5, 1858. (B) Ada Guild, b. Oct. 31,. 
1861, at Illyria, la.; m. at Janieston, N. Y., March 15, 1876, 
Charles John Peterson who was born in Sweden, Sept. 12, 1854. 
He is a farmer and resides in Casselton, Cass Co., Dak. Chil- 
dren : (a) Charles Stewart, b. Aug. 22, 1877, at Painesville, 
Ohio; (b) Arthur John, b. Aug. 31, 1879, ^^ Painesville, Ohio, 
d. at Casselton Jan. 9, 1SS4 ; (c) Florence Elizabeth, b. at Cas- 
selton, May 20, 1863. (C) Jesse Lathrop, b. Painesville, Ohio, 



56 GUILD GENEALOGY. 

Nov. 21, 1S63; m. Grigsby, has one child and resides at 

Burton, Howard Co., Mo. (D) Jennie Octavia, b. Burton, How- 
ard Co., Mo., Dec. 30, 1S65. Children by second wife : (E) 
Susan Leithe, b. Remick, Mo., Nov. 13, 187 1. (F) Charles 
William, b. June 15, 1875. 
V John WMfi^'tort (Stewart), b. Columbus, N. Y., Jan. 11,1836; 
m. Jan. 12, 1865, Emma, daughter of John and Mary (Joslyn) 
Hale, of West Union, la. She was born in Chamleigh, Eng- 
land, May 4, 1S44. fie is a farmer at Illyria, la., and has been 
Dep. Supt. of Public Instruction for the State of Iowa. Chil- 
dren: (A) Bertha Winfred,b. Oct. 16. 1865 ; (B) Mabel, b. Oct, 
17, 1S66; (C) Charles Joslyn, b. Oct. 26, 1868, d. Aug. lo, 1870J 
(D) William Raymond, b. Oct. 15, 1880. 
VI Danu/ B;o:a/i (Stewart), b. Columbus, N. Y., Dec. 5, 1837; m. 
Jan. 28, 1861. Mary North who was born at Whitehall, 111., 
Mar. 14. 1837. He is a dealer in hay and grain, firm D. B. 
Stewart & Son, Anchor, McLean Co., 111. Children : (A) Ar- 
thur Daniel, b. Hyde Park, 111., May 24, 1863 ; (B) Mary Donna, 
b. Whitehall, Oct. 1, 1864; (C) Clinton Brown, b. Fairbury, 
March 8, 1868. 

(3) Clarissa (Wilcox), b. Sept, n, 1800; d. Utica, N. Y., Aug. 183S ; m. 

April 4, 1S20, Jere Mather. He was a carriage manufacturer, and 

died at Utica, 1870. Children : 
I Dwight (Mather), b. Bridgewater, N. Y., Oct. 6, 1S25; m. in Her- 
kimer, N. Y., Feb. 28, 1S55, Mary Catherine Smith who was 
born at Herkimer, Jan. 22, 1S30; resides in Utica, N.Y. Child: 
(A) Clara Bell, b. Erie, Pa., March 7, 1858; m. May 10, 1882, 
Charles Eugene Storking who was born at Castile, N. Y., Sept, 
13, 1856. 
II John Wilcox (Mather), b. Bridgewater, N. Y., Aug. 23, 182S. He 
was a hotel keeper at Port Bay, Wayne Co., N. Y. ; died Oct. 
25, 1880. He married Elizabeth, daughter of Jeremiah and 
Elizabeth (Ladrue) Haver, of Herkimer. She was born Jan. 
27, 1833; resides in Ithaca, N. Y. Children born in Utica: (A) 
Jere Haver, b. Nov. 9, 1862; (B) Belle Jane, b. Jan. 10, 1865. 

(4) Harriet (Wilcox), b. Nov. 16, 1802 ; m. at W. Winfield. N. Y., April 

24, 1S2S, Sheffield, son of Benjamin and Penelope (Ivenyon) Enos. 
He was born at Richmondtown, R. I., Sept. 11, 1798 ; was a farmer 
and miller ; deacon of the Baptist Church ; town supervisor two terms 
at Plainfield (Unadilla Forks P, O. ), N. Y., where he died Nov, 23, 
1881. His widow resides there Child : (I) Caroline Frances (Enos), 
b. Dec. 4, 1831 ; m. July 20, 1854, Edgar F. Hotchkiss, of Windsor, 
N. Y., who died at Unadilla Forks July 26, 18S0. Children : (A) 
William Edgar, b. Windsor, Oct. 27, 1855; m. July 29, 1886, Eliz- 
abeth Garth Bankhead, of Courtland, Ala. He was a member of 
West Point Military Academy three years ; resigned his commission; 
is now a civil engineer in Mississippi. (B) Theodore Enos, b. Una- 
dilla Forks, April 25, 1S57 ; d. Feb. 4, 1862. (C) Clarence Francis, 
b. Dec. i8, 1S59; is a commercial agent at Binghampton, N. Y. 
(D) Harriet Evarts, b. Dec. 5, i86i ; grad., 1S86, from State Nor- 
mal School at Genesee, N. Y. ; is a teacher. (E) Charles Wilcox, 
b. June 19, 1S63; is a civil engineer at Detroit, Mich. (F) Anna, b. 
Nov. 19, 1867. (G) Mary Alice, b. March 26, 1869; d. Oct. i, 1869. 
(H) Sheffield Enos, b. Dec. 26, 1874. 

(5) Newton (Wilcox), b. Nov. 21, 1805 ; d. W, Winfield, N, Y,, May 19, 

1S72; m. Feb. 28, 1S27, Emily Jones who was born at W. Winfield, 
N.Y., Feb. 16, 1806, and died at Chicago, 111., July 5, 1S85. Children: 
(\) Russell Milton, b. Feb. 3, 1828; resides at Si ij Valencia St., 
San Francisco. (II) Henry Morton, b. Feb. 13, 1831 ; d. Dec. 31, 
1862. (Ill) Byron Erastus, b. Dec. 24, 1835; m. at W. Winfield, 
June 5, 1868, Martha Rice ; resides in Hico, Ark. (IV) Willard 
Crofts, b, April 14, 1S37 ; d, Chicago, Dec. 25, 1883; m, Jan. 2, 1868, 



POSTERITY OF JOHN GUILD OF DEDHAM. 57 

Abigail A. Brown, of Unadilla Forks, who died at W. Winfield, 
May 27, 1873. Children : (A) Charles Newton, b. Nov. 28, 1868, 
resides at Unadilla Forks; (B) Carrie Brown, b. Aug. 25, 1870, d. 
May 17, 1872. (V) John Neiuton, b. Sept. 22, 1844; m. July 20, 
1871, Florence, daughter of John and Mary A. (Densmore) Dono- 
van, of Baraboo, Wis.; she was born at Weedsport, N. Y., Sept. 
29. 1851. He is a bookkeeper at Chicago. Children: (A) Harry, 
b. May 5, 1887; d. at Waukesha, Wis., July 17, 1878. 
(6) Milton John (Wilcox), b. Feb. 20, 1812 ; d. July 10, 1818. 
265 Ruth,5 b. Jan. 19, 1781 ; d. W. Winfield, N. Y., May i, 1807 ; m. Aug. 21, 
1798, Hezekiah Green. Children : 
(1) Roxy (Green), b. Oct. 22, 1S03 ; d. Aug. 8, 1825. 

(2j Melancy (Green), b. May 15, 1806; m. April 11, 1824, by Rev. Mr, 
Hovey, Champlin ISarber. born in Litchfield, N. Y., May 21, 1802. 
He worked several farms in Bridgewater and Winfield, N. Y., until 
the spring of 1834, when he went with his cousin, Anson C. Guild, 
to become one of the pioneer settlers of Chautauqua County, at that 
time considered to be the " Far West." The journey thither was 
made by means of emigrant wagons and was attended with many 
hardships and trials, inasmuch as the pathway lay for the most part 
through an uncleared portion of the country, without roads or 
bridges, and the streams must be crossed by fording attended with 
much peril. For the first four years they experienced many dis- 
couragements in the partial loss of their crops by frosts and other 
causes, but their patience and perseverance were after a time re- 
warded with success. Children : 
I Hiildah 7a«t' (Barber), b. Bridgewater, N. Y., June 25, 1825; d. 
July 24, 1829. 
II Harlow Elijah (Barber), b. Winfield, N. Y., June 3, 1827 ; m. ist 
Jan. 3, 1866, Mary Abbey who was born at Fayetteville, N. Y., 
Sept., 183S, d. July 17, 1873. Children: (A) son b. March 
10, 1870, d. March 11, 1870; (B) Jessie A., b. Sept. 18, 1872. 
He married 2d, at Moline, III., Feb. 23, 1878, Frances Parker 
who was born m Bangor, Me., 1830. He is traveling agent for 
the Weir Plough Co., Monmouth, 111., and resides in Chicago. 
Ill William Chafnplin (Barber), b. Feb. i, 1830; m. at Fredonia, 
N. Y., Oct. 15, 1S76, Sarah Elizabeth (Ives) Barber, widow 
of George Henry Barber, who was born in Greenwich, Eng., 
Sept. 13, 1846. He is a capitalist at Healdsburgh, Cal. Chil- 
dren : (A) Celia Stella, b. Lake City, Cal., Oct. 20, 1877 ; (B) 
Viroqua Luella, b. Feb. 6, 18S0 ; (C) Walter Perry, b. Feb. 4, 
1882 ; (D) Leroy Bartlett, b. at Bartlett Springs, Cal., Aug. 5, 
18S4. 
IV 71/a>4/£7« Gr^fw (Barber), b. Bridgewater, June 3, 1S32 ; m. in Port- 
land, N. Y., Sept. 23, 1865, Lucy Showerman who was born 
May 19, 1841. He is a iiotel proprietor at Brockton, Chautau- 
qua Co., N. Y. Children: (A) May, b. Aug. 14, i866 ; (B) 
Clara Estelle, b. June 4,1871; (C) Jay, Minor, b. Sept. 22, 
1873 — all at Portland, N. Y, 
V Charles Mortimer (Barber), b. Pomfret, July 29, 1834 ; d. April 
14, 1853. 
VI Lydia Jennette (Barber), b. May 18, 1837, at Portland. N. Y.; m. 
at Fredonia, N. Y., Dec. 19, 1855, Perry Hutchinson who was 
born at Pomfret, N. Y., Dec. 2, 1831. Quite early in life he 
went to Palo Alto, Linn Co., Iowa, and soon after removed his 
family to that place. In 1858, he removed to Burton City where 
he purchased a saw and grist mill, then went to Marysville, Kan- 
sas, where his family continued to reside. In i860 he went to 
California and returned in the spring of 1861. In 1S63 he en- 
listed in the Federal army and served eleven months as captain 
of volunteers, when, as his family and business required his per- 
sonal attention, he resigned his commission and returned home. 

5 



68 GUILD GENEALOGY. 

He is a generous supporter of educational and religious institu- 
tions and ready to assist in all public enterprises, and has 
afforded his own children the benefits of a liberal education. 
Children: (A) P'rank Warren, b. Palo, la., Aug. 2, 1S57 ; in. 
at Beattie, Kan., Dec. 2, 1884, Emma Brumlaugh born at Ottawa, 
111., April 2, 1863. He graduated at Poughkeepsie, N. Y. ; has 
a grocery store, and resides at Beattie, Marshall Co., Kan. 
(B) Delia Viola, b. July 18, 1859; d. Feb. 15, 1S65. (C) Etta 
Valnett, b. Oct. 7, 1865; attended Manhattan College, but did 
not graduate, on account of ill health. (D) Wallace Walter, 
b. Nov. 6, 1871. 
VII Julia Amanda (Barber), b, July 19,1839; m. Sept. 16, 1858, 
Ephraim Ferry Wilson who was born at Pomfret, N. Y. , March 
16, 1834, and resides at Fredonia, N. Y.; is a cattle dealer and 
drover. Children: (A) Fred Benjamin, b. Aug. 11, 1S60 ; (B) 
Martha Cornell, b. Aug. 28, 1865, m. May 27, 1886, Gilbur 
Palon Marsh who is a coal dealer at Fredonia, N. Y.; (C) Mary 
Janet, b. Feb. 27, 1869; (D) Julia Louise, b. Oct. 8, 1S80. 
VIII George Henry (Barber), b. Aug. 21, 1843; ^- J^"- 27, 1871 ; m. at 
Portland, N. Y., Feb. 22, 1868, Sarah Elizabeth Ives who was 
born in London, Eng., Sept. 13, 1846. He was a farmer and 
resided in Portland, Chautauqua Co., N. Y. ; no children. His 
widow married William C. Barber. 
IX Luman Slade (Barber) b. Sept. 4, 1846; m. Feb. 22, 1870. Nancy 
Josephine Derby. He is engaged in the meat business in com- 
pany with Fred Benjamin Wilson, at Fredonia, N. Y. Chil- 
dren born in Fredonia: (A) Gertrude Belle, b. Nov. 29, 1870 ; 
(B) Mamie Janet, b. May 25, 1872, d. April 9, 1873; (C) Grace 
Louise, b. July 13, 1877, 
-{-266 Consider,^ b. April 7, 1783; m. Elizabeth Green. 



84 

Daniel Guild ^ {yohn^ yohfi^ yohn'^)^ son of John and Phebe 
(Mann) Guild, born at Wrentham, Mass., Sept. 26, 1736, married 
first, June 9, 1766, Esther Whiting, of Wrentliam, who died Nov. 
19, 1766; married second, Dec. 3, 1767, Widow Phebe Dickinson. 
He died at Wrentham, June 22, 1795. 

Children by Esther Whiting : 

267 Whiting,'' b. Nov. 7, 1766; m. Jan. 25, 179S, Susey Gay, of Wrentham. 
They had (26S) Esther^ b. May 17, 1798; (269) Betsey,^ b. March 12, iSoo. 
He went to Templeton. 

Children by Phebe Dickinson : 

270 Polly,^ b. Oct. 15, 1769; m. May 13, 1802, Benjamin Tingley, of Cumber- 
land, R. I. 
-}-27i Cyrus, ^ b. Sept. i, 1770 ; m. ist, Molly Haskell ; 2d, Sena E. Lyon. 

272 Davis," b. July 13, 1772 ; d. Sept. 24, 1776. 

273 Esther,* b. 

-I-274 Samuel,* b. March 12, 1777; ni. ist, Martha E. Whitfield; 2d, Mary Mi- 
cheau. 

275 Sally,* b. June 23, 1779 ;d. Sept. 8, 1796. 

276 Joseph,* b. June 23, 1779. 



POSTEEITY OF JOHN GUILD OF DEDHAM. 59 

91 

Richard Guild* {Josiah^ John,^ John^), son of Josiah and 
Deborah ( ) Guild, born at Wrentham, Oct. 14, 1726, married 
Hannah Hodges, of Norton, Mass., who was born Dec. 16, 1730. 
He died May 26, 1802. 

Children : 

-f-277 Richard,^ b. Oct. 17, 1762 ; m. Zillah Turner. 

278 Lucinda,^ b. Oct. 8, 1765; m. May 26, 1790, Samuel Turner. 
-I-279 Alanson,^ b. July 4, 1769 ; m. Keturah Turner. 

93 

James Guild* {yosiah^ jfohn,^ yohn^), son of Josiah and Debo- 
rah ( ) Guild, born at Wrentham, Mass., Jan. i, 1731, married 
Esther . They lived at Keene, N. H., until 1764, after which 

they moved to one of the adjoining towns. 

Children : 

280 Margaret, f" b. July 15. 1759. 

281 Richard,^ b. Jan. 22, 1762. He was a butcher and was living in Providence, 

R. I., in 1831 ; had one daughter, (2S2) Eliza,'' probably the one who mar- 
ried, July 2, 1820, Alanson Smith. 
283 John,^ b. bee. 3, 1764. 
+284 Joab,^ b. Aug. 7, 1769; m. Belinda Burleigh. 

96 

Dan Guild* {Josiah^ John^ yohn'^), son of Josiah and Deborah 
( ) Guild, born at Wrentham, Mass., Aug. 18, 1738, married, first, 
Dec. 22, 1760, Sarah Pond who died at Keene, N.H., April 25, 1775, 
age 38 years; married second, Lydia who died June 30, 1783, 

age 36 years ; married third, Sarah Fletcher. He was a somewhat 
distinguished man in those early times. He is described in the town 
records as Lieut. Dan Guild, and was one of a committee appointed 
" to judge, determine and act on all violation of the laws of Keene, 
when all other laws are silent ;" he was jailer and high sheriff of the 
county. In 1785, he was a purchaser of a pew in the new meeting- 
house at Keene. He died at Swanzey, 1795, and his widow married, 
Jan. 10, 1797, John Thompson, sen. 

Children by Sarah Pond, born at Keene : 

285 Simeon,^ b. Sept. 21, 1761. He is said to have settled on the Delaware 

River below Philadelphia. 

286 Sarah,"* b. July 14, 1763. 

-f-287 Lydia Adams,^ b. Feb. 6, 1767; m., April 26, 1789, Asahel Graves of Swan- 
zey. 
-f-288 John,* b. March 16, 1769; m. Hepsibah Graves. 

289 Fanny,* b. May 6, 1773. 

290 Josiah,* b. March 24, 1775. 



60 GUILD GENEALOGY. 

Children by Lydia , born at Keene : 

291 Ivory,'' b. Jan. 23, 1777; d. Jan. 30, 1782. 

292 Dan/ b. June 24, 1780. He moved to Cortland County, N. Y., about 

1806; had sons and daughters; one of the latter moved to Coventry, Vt., 
married Samuel Kidder and moved West. 

293 David,^ b. Dec. 26, 1782; d. Jan 4, 1783. 

Children by Sarah Fletcher, born at Svvanzey : 

-I-294 Thomas,* b. July 24, 1786; m. Keziah Forristall. 

295 Esther,* b. April 11, 1788. 

296 Rufus/' b. Jan. 28, 1790; d. Coventry, Vt., 185S; m. Polly Forristall. Chil- 

dren: (297), Marian,^ b. 1829; d. 1861 ; m. Samuel Lo^jaa ; has a son, 
Lorenzo, living at Rutland, Vt. (298) Sophronia^ 6.. 1865; m. Joseph 
Wheelock; had a son, Rutus, living at St. Johnsbury, Vt. 



iFiftI) CJcnciMtion. 
101 

Samuel Guild * {Samuel,'^ Samuel^ Samuel^ yohn ^), son of Sam- 
uel and Catherine (Allen) Guild, born in Lebanon, Conn., Nov. 14, 
1749, married Hannah Newcomb, who was born May 17, 1754, and 
died May 23, 181 1. He was a millwright and acquired some property. 
He died at Columbia, Conn., July 29, 1831. 

Children : 

-I-299 Silas," b. , 1776; m. Susannah Walker. 

300 Clarissa," b. 1779 ; d. Feb. 3, 1842 ; m. John Dow of Coventry, Conn. 
Children: (i) Diantha, b. 1800 ; m. Solomon P. Loomis, of So. Coven- 
try. (2) Altnira, b. 1802 ; m. Aug. 5, 1827, Samuel Wilson who died 
Sept. 20, 1876. Children: {\)yjhn D., (II) Catherine, (III I Lorenzo D. 
)3) J'hn N'dson, b. Feb. 5. 1S05 ; d. Jan. 7, 1865 > ■"• ^Liry Porter. Chil- 
dren : (I) Lorenzo F., b. May 26, 1841, d. Sept. ii, 1S73 ; (II) Arthur, b. 
Feb. 19, 1845. (4) '^'^'^ JVewcornI', b. ; d. March 23, 1876. 

-(-301 Samuel,* b. Oct 28. 1781 ; m. Hannah Coleman. 

302 Lois,'^ b 1786; d. June 25, 1851 ; m. John Boynton. He was a manufact- 
urer of carding machines near Coventry, Conn., and died Dec. 12, 1863. 
Children : 

(1) John IVat so n (Vioynion), b. Columbia, Conn., July, i8ii; d. 1879; 

m. 1st, May 26, 1811, Eunice Stanley; m. 2d. Caroline Reynolds of 
East Hartford. Children: (\) Ma>y,h. April 3, 1833; (II) John 
Everett, b. May 24, 1S34, d. 1852; (III) James Henry, b. June 19, 
1836; (IV) Edwin Stanley, b. July 22, 1838 ; fV) Eliza, b. Feb. 28, 
1840, d. 1S65 ; (Vi; Arthur, b. Sept. 5, 1S42 ; (VII) Alice, b. Nov. 
7, 1845; (VIII) Grace Stanley, b. May 3. 1848. 

(2) Leander Walcott (Boynton), b. Aui^., 1813 ; m. Mary A. Fuller, of 

Hampton, Conn.; resides at Bridgeport, Conn. Child: (I) Walcott 
Fuller. 

(3) Almanzor IVinslow (Boynton), b. Sept., 1815; m. Sept. i, 1846, Harriet 

Curtis, of Coventry, Conn. He resides in New York City. Chil- 
dren : (I) Uamour A., b. Dec. 5, 1847 ; (II) Lillian, b. Feb. 5, 1849, 
d. 1857. 



POSTERITY OF JOHN GUILD OP DEDHAM. 61 

104 

Samuel Guild ^ {Jeremiah* Simuel,^ Samuel^ jfohn'^)^ son of 
Jeremiah and Elinor (Evarts) Guild, born in Middleton, Conn., Jan. 

3, 1743, married, Jan, 28, 1762, Abigail Doolittle, who was born 
March 17, 1743, and died Jan. 3, 1813. He died Aug. 5, 1815. 

Children : 

303 Mary,® b. Nov. 22, 1762. 

304 Artemesia,** b. Dec. 22, 1764; d. Aug. 5, iiS45 ; m. July 27, 1795, William, 

son of William and Phebe (Porter) Newcomb. He was born March 6, 
1768 ; was school teacher and musician at Goshen, Conn. ; died June 8, 
1842. 
+305 Felix,* b. Oct. i, 1766; m. Lydia Day. 

306 Cynihia," b. Nov. 3, 1768; m. Whittemore. Children : (I) Polly, (2) 

Rhola, (3) Cynthia, {4) a son; all married brothers and sisters by the name 
of Hatfield, and lived at Freedom, N. Y. 
+3°7 Jeremiah," b. Nov. 3, 1770; m 1st, Alice Webb; 2d, Martha May. 

308 Elinor Evarts,® b. Sept. 19, 1772, 

309 Plural,'"' b. April 23, 1775; ^- Feb. 23, 1776. 

310 Plural,® b. May 11, 1777; d. March 20, 1S20. 

311 Delancia,® b. Aug. 11, i779;d. April, 17S4. 

312 Hannah,® b. July 4, 1781 ; d. July, 1802. 

105 

Jeremiah Guild ^ { J^eremia/i,^ Samuel,^ Satmiel^ jfohn'^) son of 
Jeremiah and Elinor (Evarts) Guild, born in Middletown, Conn., Sept. 

4, 1746, married first, Jan. 15, 1775, Hannah Hale, daughter of Eb- 
enezer and Mary (Turner) Hale, of Middlefield, Conn. She was born 
June 27, 1756, and died in Warren, May 9, 1800. He married second, 
Sept. 2, iSoo, Lucinda Fenton who was born in Coventry, Nov. 13, 
1768, and died Feb. 22, 1849. When a young man he made several 
voyages to the West Indies, and having studied navigation, he pur- 
chased a sloop for the purpose of trading on his own account. 
During one of the voyages his vessel was seized and burned by the 
British, and with his brother Samuel, who was with him at the time, 
he was carried a prisoner to Halifax. When released on parole, he 
returned to Middletown and engaged in farming on the land owned 
by his mother and some additional which he had purchased. In the 
spring of 1793 he bought one hundred and fifty acres of land at 
Warren, moved his family to this place, and commenced manufactur- 
ing charcoal for several iron works in the vicinity. He was an hon- 
est, upright man, and a member of the Episcopal Church at Trinity 
Parish, Milton, which edifice he had taken an active part in building. 
He died at Warren Jan. 31, 1822. 

Children by Hannah Hale : 

313 Sally,® b. July 16, 1777; d. July 13, 1S40; m. Jan. 31, 1796, Orange Bissel 

who was born Feb. 12, 1775. He was a farmer and tavern-keeper at 

Milford, N. Y., and died April 7, 1S41. Children : 
(i) Laura (Bissell), b. Oct. 16. 1796; d. Nov. 16, i860; m. June 6, 1815, 
Lyman Brooks. Children : (I) Louisa^ m Sylvester B. Prentice, 
and had (A) Joseph Lyman, m. Mary R. Anderson; (B) Louisa B., m. 



62 GUILD GENEALOGY. 

William A. Simpson. (Ilj Reuben, A. young. (Ill) AJelia, d. age 
31 ; m. Byron J. Bicknell. (IV) Justus, d. age 24. (V) Ediuin C. 
m. Helen Keyes, and had (A) Edwin W., (B) Leroy, (C) Howard, 
(D) Nelson. (VI) Emily, m. Ralston Close, and had (.'\) Charles. 
(Vll)AIa>y, d. age45;m. Romeo W. Lewis. Children: (A) Harry, 
(B) Hattie, (C) Olivia. (VIII) Hattie E., m. Rev. W. D. Stevens. 
Children: (A) Sarah B., (B) Edgar, (C) Frank, (D) Emma. (IX) 
George L., m. ist, Mary L. Baird ; m. 2d, Hattie Bothwell. Child: 

(A) Mary L. (X) Laura. 

(2) Julia (Bissell), b. Feb. 14, 1798; d. Dec. 14, 1853; m. Jan. i, i8i6, 

Solomon Barnard. Children : (I) Julia Ann, m. James Eggleston. 
Children: (A)NilesB., (B) Emeline, (C) Laverne. [\\) Emeline, 
m. Erastus Soule; child: (A) Julia B. (Ill) Eliza, m. George \V. 
Sayre. Children : (A)Harriet G., (B)David L., (C) Edwin B. (IV) 
Lovisa. (V) A'oc^/;,j. d. March 10, 1868. [^11) Celestia. 

(3) .Srt//)' (Bissell), b. Sept. 16, 1799; d. July 3, 1874; m. 1S30, Abner 

Bowe. Children: (I) Charles R., d. age 35; m. Jerusha Ferry. Chil- 
dren : (A) Albert, (B) Lucius, d. 1873, (^) Mabel. (II) Lucius, A. 
age 21. (Ill) Eugenia A/., m. Homer Clark. Children : (A) Lucella, 

(B) William, d. 1874. (IV) Emily, d. age 28. (V) Nina S. 

(4) Hannah (Bissell), b. June, 1S02; died young. 

(5) Eliza (Bissell). b. June 3, 1803; d. Jan. 24, 1871; m. Burton Graham. 

Children: (I) Romanzo, A. "joxm^. (II) Raselus, d. young. (Ill) 
Charles R.,m. Phebe Weaver. Children: (A) Ida, (B) Mary, (C) 
Charles B. (IV) George H., m. Louisa Bailey. Children : (A) Lou- 
isa, (B) Samuel. 

(6) Charles (Bissell), b. April 7, 1S05; d. Jan. 19, 1873; ™- April 12, 1827, 

Sarah A. Ackley. Children : (I) Mary J., m. John Markell. Chil- 
dren : (A) Decetta, (B) Clara. (II) Orange, m. Olive Jordan. Chil- 
dren : (A) Levis W., (B) Abbie, (C) Jeremiah, (D) Herbert S., (E) 
Sarah L. (Ill) Emily, m. Charles Fenton. Children: (A) Anna, 
(B) Mary, (C) Frank. (IV) Dinsmore, died young. (V) Matilda. 
(VI) Ann Eliza, died young. (VII; Charles D. (VIII) Frank, m. 
Olive Waters. Child: (A) Mabel. (IX) George IV., m. Kate Web- 
ster. Children : (A) Albert, (B) Fred, (C) Nellie. (X) James M., 
m. Nellie Blood. (XI) Ann, m. Gilbert Cone. Children : (A) Eva, 
(B) Lewis. (XII) Julia, m, Arthur Babco.x. 

(7) Lucius (Bissell), b. Jan. 10, 1807; d. Nov. 17, 1862; m. Maria Bow- 

dish. 

(8) Mary Sophronia (Bissell), b. March 10, 1809; m. ist, 1858, John Wei- 

ler; 2d, 1863, Lyman Brooks. 

(9) Emeline (Bissell), b. Aug. 24, 1810 ; died young. 

(10) A'wji^// (Bissell), b. March 14, 1813; m. ist, 1844, Rebecca Bailey ; 

m. 2d, 1857, Mary Wright. Children: (I) F. Annie, (II) Paul. 

(11) Emilus (Bissell), b. July 16, 1S15; d. Sept. 29, 1849; "^' Adelia Dar- 

ling. Children : (I) Charles, A. young ; (II) Frank. 

(12) Emily (Bissell). b. July 16, 1815; m. Jan. 20, 1S36. Amos Sweat jr. 

Children : (I) Herbert, m. Sarah L. Waters; (II) Jennie E., d. age 
19; (III) Julia, d. age 9; (IV) Einilus B.\ (V) 

(13) Jeremiah (Bissell), b. May 12, 1817 ; m. Oct. 23, 1850, Mary Terrill. 

Children: (I) Mary C, b. Sept. 11, 1851; d. June 6, 1867. (II) Lil- 
lie, b. Sept. 27, 1853 ; d. July 5, 1855. (Ill) Nellie L., b. Aug. 28, 
1856; m. Dec. 7, 1876, John W. Thomas. (IV) Laura, h. July I2, 
1858. (V) Julia, b, Feb. 2, i86i. (VI) William, b. Nov. 6, 1869. 
-}-3i4 Timothy,"' b. Octal, 1779; m. Parna Plumb. 

-j-315 Gad,'' b. March 31, 1782 ; m. ist, Anna Osborn ; m. 2d, Sarah Taylor. 
-j-316 Alban,'' b. Aug. 21, 1784 ; m. Ro.xanna Dickinson. 
-I-317 Everitt,'' b. April 3, 1786; m. Hannah Perkins. 
318 Desdemonia,*^ b. Nov. 4, 17S9; d. May 26, 1S71; m. May 29, 1814, Samuel 
Wright who was born March 1, 1789; d. March 12, 1875. I^^ was afarm- 
er at Milton, Conn. Children : 



POSTERITY OF JOHN GUILD OF DEDHAM. 63 

(i) Mary Ann (Wright), b. June 19, 181 5; d. Sept. i, 1875; m. Dec. 24, 
1833, Beecher Perkins. Children: (I) Ellen, h. March 23, 1837 ; m, 
Henry F. Wells. Children : (A) Ruth, (B) Harry, (C) Hattie, (D) 
Charles P. (11) Hurley P., b. March 20, 1843; ™- 1865, Came 
Morgan. Children: (A) Walter O., (B) MaryE., (C) Robert H., 
(D) Alice L., (E) Ella M. 

(2) Alice (Wright), b. March 12, 1S17; m. Sept. 13, 1843, Robert Ferriss. 

Children : (I) Samuel G., b. Nov. 19, 1845, d- April 17, 1846; (II) 
Mary A., b. Oct. 16, 1847, d, Sept. 28, 1864; (III) Edward R^h. 
Dec. 21, 1849, d. June 6, 1855. 

(3) Clarissa (Wright), b. Sept. 18, 1818; m. April 7, 1841, Henry B. Bis- 

sell who was born April 10, 1S14. Children : (I) Lezvis, b. Feb. 13, 
1842 ; m. 1875, Clara Aldridge; child, (A) Alice E. (II) Philip, b. 
April 7, 1643; "^- '872, Henrietta L. Dudley; children: (A) Anna 
L., (B) George D. (Ill) Amelia, b. Sept. 16, 1844; d. young. (IV) 
Ellen, b. Oct. 19, 1846 ; d. young. (V) Samuel, b. June 16, 1848; 

(VI) Alice, b. Dec. 25, 1850 ; m. 1876, Walter G. Germond. (VII) 
Francis, b. April 16, 1852 ; m. Almira Piper. (VIII) Cornelia, b, 
June 3, 1854. (IX) Amelia, b. June 3, 1854. 

(4) Everett Hale (Wright), b. Milton, Nov. 21, 1823; m. Sept. 22, 1852, 

Louisa S., daughter of Seth and Sally (Catlin) Landon. He was a 
farmer at Milton, selectman, member of the Legislature and the 
Episcopal Church; died Jan. 29, 1883. Children : (I) Samuel L., b. 
Jan. 28, i86i, d. Sept. 16, 1863 ; (11) Seth G., b. July 16, 1864, d. 
Aug. 30, 1865 ; (III) Charles Catlin, b. Feb. 8, 1867. 
-f-319 Jeremiah,'' b. April 15,1792; m. Laura Clark. 

320 Clarissa,'' b, Aug. 3, 1794 ; d. Aug., 1847 ; m. 1814, Calvin Collins. He was 

a farmer at Parma, N. Y. Children : 
(i) John H.(Co\\\n&), b. April 19, 1817 ; m. Sarah M.Talmadge. Children: 
{I) Irving, b. Aug. 29, 1844; "i- Catherine Wellman. Child: (A) 
Henry. (II) Samuel B., b. Oct. 18, 1846; m. Helen Clark. Chil- 
dren : (A) Harvey, (B) Nellie. (Ill) William A., b. Oct. 21, 184S; 
died young. (Y^) Mary J., b. March 16, 1851 ; died young. (V) 
Gertrude M., b. Aug. 30, 1852. (VI) Franklin T., b. Feb. 28, 1855. 

(VII) James B., b. Oct. 13, 1857. (VIII) Charles H., b. Oct. 21, 
1865. 

(2) Eliza (Collins), b. 1820; d. 1869 ; m. William Stebbins who died 1S61. 

Children: [\)Clarissa, b. Feb. 11, 1836; m. Nelson Wilkinson ; child, 
(A) Ella. (II) Volnev, b. 1839; d. 1876. (Ill) Jennie, b. 1846; m. 
Lewis Hamilton; child, (.\) William. (IN) Frank, h. 1851. (V) 
Carlos, b. 1854 ; ni. Mary Hammond. 

(3) Cicero (Collins), b. 1825: m. Williams. Children: (I) Ada, 

(II) Alonzo. 

(4) Lovitta (Collins), m. Darius Kendall; child, (I) Ernest. 

(5) Tyranns (Collins), d. 1870; m. Frances Royce ; child, (I) Carrie. 

(6) Byron (Collins), b. 1835; m. Anna R.Calhoun. Children: (I) Vira^ 

(II) Grace, (III) Charles W., (IV) Lucy E. 

321 Polly,'" b. March 24, 1797 ; d. May 21, 18S1 ; m. Dec. 5, 1824, John Jennings 
who was born March 23, 1797. He was a farmer at Cornwall, Conn. 
Children : 

(i) Hannah (Jennings), b. Sept. 15, 1827 ; died young. 

(2) Hiram (Jennings), b. Oct. 13, 1828; d. Aug. 24, 1S62 ; m. 1850, Caro- 

line Griswold. Children: (I) Ediuard B., b. July 27, 1852. (II) 
William, b. April, 1854; died young. (Ill) George, b. 1857. (IV) 
William, died young. 

(3) William Hale (]ennings), b. Dec. 15, 1830; d. Sept. 19, 1877; m. 

Sept, 3, i86i, Ruth O. Kilburn. Children: (I) Elinor, h. March 
24, 1863; (II) diilph, b. April 15, 1866. 

(4) Mary Ann (Jennings), b. Aug. iS, 1832; m. Nov. 7, 1872, Charles 

Webster; resides in Litchfield, Conn. 



64 GUILD GENEALOGY. 

Children by Lucinda Fenton : 

322 Lucinda,* b. June 16, iSoi ; d. July 4, iSSi; m. June 16, 1822, Josiah, son 

of Burritt Jennings. lie was born at Bethel, Conn., May ^8, 1800; was a 

farmer at Warren, selectman, representative to the Legislature in 1S67, 

and a member of the Protestant Episcopal Church; died Nov. 20, 1876. 

Children : 

(i) Frederick Thaddeiis (]Qxmm%%), b. March 25, 1823; d. Dec. 16, 1878; 

m. Clarissa Griswold. He was a mechanic at Litchfield, and served 

in the late war. Children: (I) /AVtVi, died young. [\\]Hilen Irene, 

b. Oct. iS, 1852; m. 1875, Charles Bartlett who is a house builder at 

Bristol, Conn.; child, (A) May C. 

(2) Truman Leander (Jennings), b. April 29, 1S26; m. Oct. 27, 1S47, Jane 

Birge. He is a surveyor and civil engineer at Bantam, Conn. ; com- 
menced teaching school at the age of eighteen and continued teach- 
ing winters for twenty years ; has been member of the school board 
and justice of the peace many years ; was member of the Legisla- 
ture from Warren in iS59and i860, from Litchfield in 186S. Child, 
(I) Melissa J., b. Sept. 18, 1S51 ; m. April 29, 1873, John W. Ra- 
venscroft, a farmer; resides in Bantam. Children: (A) Minnie, b. 
March 27, 1S74, d. Sept. 5, 1879; (B) William L., b. April 15, 1S76; 
(C) Agnes L., b. June 16, 1878; (D) Lena L., b. Sept. 3, 1S80; (E) 
Jerome W., b. Jan. 12, 1883, d. Dec. 6, 18S4 ; (F) Janette B., b. 
Aug. 17, 1886. 

(3) David Tomliuson (Jennings), b. May 19, 1830; d. Sept 19, 1848. 

(4) Sarah Irene (Jennings), b. Sept. 15, 1832; m. Henry H. Guild. (See) 

(5) Leverett Augustus (Jennings), b. Aug. 20, 1834; d. Aug. i, 1863. 
-I-323 Frederick Fenton," b. Feb. 6, 1803 ; m. Phebe P. iVewcomb. 

324 Sophronia," b. Oct. 20, 1804; d. March 26, 1870; m. Oct. 29, 1829, Ezra 
Ferriss who was born at New Milford, Sept. 8, 1804. He was a farmer 
and clothier at New Milford, Conn. Children : 
(i ) Jay { Ferriss), b. Oct. 26, 1830. He enlisted in the 28th Regiment Con- 
necticut Infantry, Sept., 1862, and died of typhoid fever at New Or- 
leans, June I, 1863. 

(2) Alban Guild (Ferriss), b. Litchfield, Aug. 30, 1832 ; m. May 25, 1869, 

Sarah Louise, daughter of Ethel B. and Susan M. (Dart) Sherman 
who was born at Redding, Conn., Nov. 13, 1S46. He is agent for 
musical instruments, and a member and treasurer of St. John's 
Church at New Milford, Conn. ; was member of the Legislature in 
1866. Children: (I) Mary Alice, b. July 14, 1875; (II) Jessie, b. 
Dec. 28, 1S78. 

(3) Hillard B. (Ferriss), b. July 27, 1S39. He enlisted in the 8th Regi- 

ment Connecticut Volunteer Infantry, Sept., 1861, and was in the 
battles of Roanoke Island and Newbern; broken in health, he was 
furloughed in June, 1862, and died July 27, 1862. 
-f-325 Truman.'^ b. April 19, 1806; m. Lamira Catlin. 

326 Anna Maria," b. Aug. 6, 1808; m. Feb. 18, 1829, David P. Beach who was 

born March 6, 1808. He was a farmer at Harwinton, Conn., and died 

Oct. 25, 1874. Children : 

(i) James Barnard \^Q^z\\), b. June 9, 1830 ; d. New Orleans, Aug. 22, 

1863; m. Oct. 13, 1852, Virginia E. Wheeler. Children : (I) Mary 

A., b. July 7, 1853. d. Dec. 13, 1861 ; (II) Wesley E., b. April 10, 

1855, d. Dec. 6, 1861. 

(2) Delia Ann (15each), b. Feb. 6, 1832 ; m. Nov. 28, 1852, Edward A. Pier- 

point ; resides at Litchfield. Children: (I) Albert G., b. April 18, 
1S54 ; (II) Fred, b. July ii, 1S62; (III) Helen G., b. Jan. 9, 1S64. 

(3) Frederick Guild (HtdiCh) , b. Nov. 21, 1834: m. Jan 15, 1864, Anna 

E. Kaizer. He is a mechanic at Boston. Children : (1) Lena E., 
b. Oct. 27, 1865; (II) Jessie K., b. Sept. 2, 1872. 

(4) Eynulous Eiigenc {V>ifnc\\), b. Oct. 10, 1836; m. Nov. 27, 1867, Mary 

Prince ; resides at Hartford, Conn ; child, (I) Frederick W,, b. Oct. 
27, 1870. 



POSTERITY OF JOHN GUILD OF DEDHAM. 65 

(5) Emma Irene (Beach), b. Oct. 18, 1836; m. Nov. 19, 1872, Jeffrey D. 

Miller; resides at Hartford. Children: (I) Bertha L., b. Oct. 16, 
1873 ; (tl) ^«'''J B., b. Feb. 7, 1875. 

(6) Darius C/ar/i (Beach), b. Sept. 27, 1840 ; m. ist, April 13, 1868. Laura 

Perkins who died Oct. 11, 1869; m. 2d, Jan. 22, 1874, Mary E. Fris- 
bee. Children: (I) Ella M., b. Sept. 21, 1869; (II) Ada G., b. 
Oct. 2, 1875. 

(7) Elmer James (Beach), b. Nov. 21, 1842; m. Aug. 12, 1876, S irah 

Glass. He is a clergyman of the Congregational Church at So ith 
Royalston, Mass. 

(8) Ellefi Jane (Beach), b. Nov. 21, 1842; m. Dec, 1863, William Wal- 

lace, son of James N. and Martha (Stuart) Davis. He was born in 
New York, Aug. 11, 1840 ; is a mechanic, and member of the Con- 
gregational Church at Torrington, Conn. Children : (I) Effit Anna, 
b. Rochester, Ohio, March 13, 1867 ; (II) William James, b. Vine- 
land, N. J., Sept. 5, 186S ; (HI) Emma Louisa, b. H.irvvinton, 
Conn.. March 27, 1870; (IV) Lottie Elizabeth, b. Thomaston, Conn., 
April 5, 1S73. 

(9) Walter William (Beach), b. April 15, 1844; m. July 3, 1877, Cornelia 

Hininan. He is a farmer at Harwinton, Conn. 

(10) Sarah Sophronia (Beach), b. Feb. 21. 1846; m. Dec. 6, 1S69, John H. 

Cooper ; resides at Thomaston. Children : (I) Jessie E., b. June 
20, 1871 ; (II) Edson A., b. Oct 31, 1873. 

(11) Annie Elizabeth (Beach), b. May 7, 184S ; d. April 10,1876; m. July 

10, 1867, John J. Hinman. Children: (I) Charles D., b. March 2, 
1S70, d. Aug. 18, 1871 ; (II) Benjamin, b. Aug. 8, 1871 ; (III) Kittie, 
b. May lo, 1873; (I^) John, b, March 24, 1876. 

(12) Henrietta Lucinda (Beach), b. Nov. 17, 1850; m. Aug. 31, 1875, 

William F. Jones ; resides at Harwinton, Conn.; child, (I) i5/;«^ry. 
b. June 20, 1876. 

(13) George T, (Beach), b. Aug. 21, 1852; d. March 2, 1S75. 

107 

Nathaniel Guild,* {Nathaniel,* Nathaniel,^ Samuel,^ John ^), son 
of Nathaniel and Mary (Boyden) Guild, born at Walpole, Mass., 
May 29, 1739, was published Sept. 21, 1767, to Rebecca Hart, of 
Walpole, who was born Dec. 8, 1749, and died Aug. 20, 1831. He 
was a farmer at Walpole and Stoughlon, and died April 4, 1793. 

Children : 

327 Mary,^ b. April 25, 1769 ; died young. 

-{-328 Nathaniel,'' b. Sept. 19, 1770 ; m. Caty Willett. 

-I-329 Hermon,^ b. Jan. 24, 1773; m. Margaret Pettee. 

330 Jacob, "^ b. March 8, 1775; <^- J^"- '5' I794) unmarried. 

-)-33i Samuel,*' b. March 18, 1777; m. Sarah Mears. 

332 Rebecca,^ b. Feb. 22, 1779; died young. 

333 William.*^ b. Sept. 4, 1780 ; died young. 
-I-334 James,*' b. Feb. 26, 1782; m. Sarah Walker. 

335 Ilebecca,6 b. Feb. 17, 1784; d. May 20, 1852; m. Dec. 27, 1807, Joseph, son 
of Samuel and Mary (Mann) Hartshorn. He was born Jan. 3, 1783 ; d. 
May 15, 1857 ; was a carpenter at Walpole. Children : 
(i) Francis C7«;7</ (Hartshorn), b. Boston, June 24, 1812; d. Oct. i, 1869; 
m. Aroline Saunders, of Gloucester. Child, [\)Frank Saunders, m. 
Ellen Crosby; resides in Somerville, Mass. Children : (A) Horace 
C, (B) Florence. 
(II) Ma)y E. (Hartshorn), m. George Clark, of Newtonville. Children: 
(A; Joseph, (B) Olsey Vinal. 



66 GUILD GE]N'EALOGY. 

(2) Jamfs (7M»7a' (Hartshorn), b. Walpole, May 12, 1815 ; m. Sarah Ellis 

and resides at Walpole ; had two children, d. young. 

(3) Henry (Hartshorn), b. Nov. 20, 1817; d. Holyoke, March 18, 1853 ; 

m. Susan Cheney, of Newton ; child: (I) Ada R. 

(4) Charles Davis (Hartshorn), b. Oct. 10, 1821 ; m, Charlotte Bullard , 

resides at Walpole ; child: (I) Emma Frances, m. William F. Ham- 
mett, of Newton. 
336 Polly, G b. Dec. 13, 17S6 ; d. Nov. 21, 1864; m. John Turner, of Boston. 
+337 Chester, 6 b. April 19, 1791 ; m. Harriet Fiske. 

108 

Samuel Guild ^ {Nathaniel^ Nathaniel,^ Samuel,^ John'^), son of 
Nathaniel and Mary (Boyclen ) Guild, born in Walpole, Mass., Oct. 
23, 1746, married first, Dec. 25, 1770, Elizabeth Ferguson, daughter 
of George and Catherine (Starrett) Ferguson, of Easton. She died 
Aug. 20, 1784. He married second, Feb. 17, 1786, Catherine Leon- 
ard, daughter of Eliphaletand Silence (Hayward) Leonard, of Easton. 
She died Jan. 6, 1837. He studied medicine, and settled as a physi- 
cian at Easton, Mass., in 1768, where he acquired a good practice 
and a highly respectable standing in his profession, and also com- 
manded the respect and esteem of all who knew him for his many 
virtues and manly qualities. In forty years' practice he officiated at 
the births of more than one thousand children, and joined one hun- 
dred couples in marriage. He was a justice of the peace for thirty 
years, a judge of the court of sessions, and served on several impor- 
tant committees during the Revolution ; he also took a prominent 
part in the management of the schools of Easton. He died May 11, 
1816. 

Children by Elizabeth Ferguson, born in Easton : 

338 Mary,6 b. July 25, 1772; m. Dec, 1791, Calvin, son of Rev. Silas Brett, of 

Freetown; lived at Easton. Children : 
(i) Zmq/ (Brett), b. Nov. 2, 1792; m. Oct. 6, 1813, Edwin Howard, of 
Easton. Children: (I) Sarah, (II) Susan, (III) Edwin D. 

(2) 5'/7rtj- (Brett), b. Dec. 14, 1794; m. Sally Paine, of Freetown. Chil- 

dren: {\) Charles S., [11] Harriet, (III) Calvin, (l\) lUary, (V) 
William IV., (VI) Edwin, (VII) Samuel C, d. young, (VIII) Ellen, 
d. young. 

(3) Sajnuel G. (Brett), b. July 16, 1797; m. Mary Terrell, of No. Bridge- 

water. Children: (l) Samuel, {U) Edwin, (III) Elizabeth, (IV) 
Albert. 

(4) Susan B. (Brett), b. Oct. 9, 1799. 

(5) John C. (Brett), b. June 10, 1807; d. 1837; m. Sarah Dailey of 

Easton. 

(6) Mary G., (Brett), b. May 26, 1810; d. Nov. 21, 1844. 

(7) Martin L. (Brett), b. June 30, 1816; m. Jan. 1S41, Catherine How- 

ard, of Hardwick. 

339 Samuel,« b. Nov. 9, 1774; m. June 28, 1799, Vesta Howard. He studied 

medicine ; moved to Hartford County, Md., where he taught school more 
than twenty years; died April 8, 1S21 ; no children. 

340 Elizabeth,s b. March 31, 1778; d. Nov. 6, 1862 ; m. Aug. 28, 1798, Church 

Williams, of Easton. lie was a tanner and selectman ten years at 
Augusta, Me., where he died June 10, 1847. Children: {\)yarvis, b. July 
II, 1799; d. June I, 1824. (2) Henry, b. April 7, 1802; d. Sept. 15, 1858, 
unmarried. (3) Catherine, b. Sept. 22, 1S05. (4) Elizabeth G., h, April 



POSTERITY OF JOHN GUILD OF DEDHAM. 67 

9, 1809; died young. (5) Elizabeth, b. March, 1813; d. Oct. 6, 1837; m. 
Alfred Redington, of Augusta. (6) George, b. March 22, 1815; d. Oct. 
2, 1862, unmarried. (■]) Church, h. Nov. 16, i8i6; d. young. 
-(-341 James.s b. April 10, 1781 ; m. ist, Abigail Copeland ; 2d, Betsey E. Wil- 
liams. 

342 Susannah,^ b. Oct. 22, 1782; d. April 21, 1783. 

Children by Catherine Leonard : 

343 Martin," b. Dec. 20, 1786; d. March 20, 1801. 

344 Catherine,^ b. Nov. 4, 17S8 ; d. 1791. 

+345 Nathaniel,^ b. Feb. 23, I79i;m. Harriet Perry. 

346 Lusanna,^ b. Aug. 27, 1793; d. Sept. 30, 1818 ; m. May 6, 1810. Elijah 

Howard, of Easton. Children : (i) Jason Guild, b. Jan. 4, 1813 ; m. 
Mrs. Martha Brett; resides in South Braintree. Children: (I) Lydia P., 
m. Charles Gregg, of Belfast, Me., (II) Frederick D. (2) Frederick Wil- 
liam, b. June I, 1817; m. Lucinda Copeland, of Warren; resides in 
Lafayette, Ind. (3) Catherine, died young. 

347 Catherine Leonard, ^ b. Oct. 14, 1797 ; m. at Easton, Aug. 27, 1818, Josiah 

S. Copeland, of Warren. They settled at Baltimore, moving to Zanes- 

ville, Ohio, in 1826. Children : 
(i) Guild (Copeland), b. July 4, 182 1 ; m. ist, Feb. 20, 1849, Corvilla 
Peters, of Sandusky, Ohio, who died Aug. 30, 1850; m. 2d, Jan. 20, 
1857, Eliza J. Foster; lived in New York City, 1867. Children: (I) 
Foster, b. Evansville, Ohio, March 9, 1858; (II) Henry Howard, b. 
June, 1S60; (III) Guild Anderson, b. Cincinnati, Ohio, Dec. 1863 ; 

(IV) Parke, b. Feb., 1866. 

(2) Earl Percy (Copeland), b. Oct. 20, 1824; m. Jan. 19. 1848, Patience 

A. Norton. Children: (I) Alice P., b, Oct. 28, 1848; d. Dec. 9, 
1864. CII) Corvilla, b. April 14, 1851. (Ill) Alice Catherine, b. 
Marion, Ohio, April 8, 1856 ; d. May, 1856. (IV) May, b. May 20, 
1857. (V) Laiira, b. June 14, 1861. (VI) Edith, b. Bellfontaine 
Ohio, July 29, 1865. 

(3) Howard (Copeland), b. May 13, 1828; m. Nov. 11, 1852. Sarah C. 
Darlington; resided in Marion, Ohio, in 1867. Children : (I) Howard, 

D.,h. Aug. 19, 1853; (II) Josiah Carey, b. Sept. 19, I855 ; (III) 
Arthur Percy, h. Sept. 19, 1858 ; (IV) George D., b. Dec. 14. i85o ; 

(V) Harry Guild, b. Feb. 12, 1862. 

(4) Katherine Z^-w/ar^ (Copeland), b. Oct. 30, 1830; m. Sept. 23, 1852, 

Henry C. Godman. Children : (I) Jaines Copeland, b. Marion, Ohio, 
Dec. 14, 1853; (II) William Guild, b. Feb. 20, 1855, d. Aug., i860; 
{\\\) Amta Catherine, b. Oct. 31, 1858, d. Nov., i860; [IN) Alice, 
b. Dec. 21, 1863. 

(5) .£■//>«/< (Copeland), b. March 25, 1833; m. Nov. 20, 1S53, Lydia A. 

Baker; resided in Cincinnati, Ohio, in 1867. Children: (I) Mary 
Katherine, b. Oct. 18, 1857, d. Nov. 1865 ; (II) Irene Howard, b. 
Jan. 12, i860, d. Nov. 1865; (III) Elijah Percy, b. Oct. 21, 1863; 
(IV) Eloise, b. Dec. 11, 1864. 

(6) Josiah (Copeland), b. Nov. 29, 1836; d. Nov. 2, 1837. 

(7) Josiah Edwtn (Copeland), b. March 19, 1838; d, June 21, 1838. 

(8) Arthur Corwin (Copeland), b. Dec. 22, 1841. 



113 

Moses Guild, ^ {Moses,^ Nathatiiel,^ Samuel,^ jpohn'^), son of Moses 
and Rhoda (Mann; Guild, born July 20, 1755, married, ■'^"g- ^i' ^787, 
Abigail Everett, of Dedham, who was born Aug. 8, 1760. He was 
engaged for more than thirty years in the express business, carrying 
merchandise between Boston and Providence, en route to New York, 



68 GUILD GENEALOGY. 

and the business was continued by his sons until the openin;^ of rail- 
roads. He was very successful, running at one time about fifty four- 
horse teams, often carrying whole loads of specie without guard and 
wholly unprotected except by the driver. From 1822 until his death, 
he was one of the largest landholders at South Dedham. He had a 
fine farm, well stocked and kept in good state of cultivation. 

Children : 

348 Lucy,Gb. Dec. 18, 17S8; d. March 11, 1849, unmarried. 

349 Abigail. 6 b. Sept. 23, 1790 ; d. June 12, 1S50, unmarried. These two sisters 

and their brother Newell carried on the portion of the farm left them by 

their father. 

-J-3S0 Moses.s b. Dec. 8, 1792; m. Julia Ellis. 

351 Samuel. 6 b. April 17, 1795; m. April 10, 1822, Clarissa Barrows, of Attle- 
borough. They lived and died at Attleborough. Child: (352) Rebecca M.^ 
353 Irene.sb. Feb. 11, 1798; m. Jan. 24, 1822, Barzillai Cranston, of Provi- 
dence, R. I., who was born March 12, 1793; died Oct. 26, 1867. He was 
a publisher and book-seller ; then treasurer of the City Savings Bank, of 
Providence. Children: {\) y.unes E;hv:ird,h Nov. 22, 1S22: m. Sarah 
A. Walker; was bo(jk-heeper for the City Savings Bank. (2) Charles Guild, 
b. Jan. 17, 1826; was engaged in mining in Colorado. (3) Albe7-t Barzil- 
lai, May 15, 1828; was a merchant in California. (4) Gc'or^e King, b. 
Sept. 8, 1830; was assistant cashier of the Old National Bank at Provi- 
dence, (t,) Ileury Clay, b. Aug. 27, iS^o ; m. Eliza S. Merriman ; was 
cashier National Bank and banker at Providence. (6) Irene Maria, b. 
Sept. I. 1S34 ; m. W. H. Dubosq, of Philadelphia. {■]) Francis Au^us- 
tus, b. Feb. 4, 1S37 ; was cashier of Old National Bank at Providence. 

+354 Curtis,o b. Sept. 26, iSoo ; m. Charlotte L. Hodge. 

355 Newell. 6 b. May 10, rSo2 ; d. Feb. 11, 1838, unmarried. 

356 Mary Ann,e b. July 23, 1806 ; m. June 16, 1831. Milton Barrows, of Attle- 

borough, who was born Jan., 1802, died April 10, 1861. He was a man- 
ufacturer at Lanesville ; afterwards a farmer. Children: {i) Caroline 
Maria, (2) Isabella. 



114 

Abner Guild," {Moses* Nathaniel,^ Samuel,'^ John ^), son of Moses 
and Rhoda (Mann) Guild, b. Dec. 11, 1757, married, Oct. 13, 1791, 
Sarah Dean, of Dedham. He was engaged about two years in the 
express business with his brother Moses, then followed his trade as 
a currier at Dedham. He was a selectman four years, beginning with 
the year 1799. 

Children : 

357 Abner.ob. May 28, 1792; m. Dec. 11, 1S24, Sophia Gile, of Dunbarton, 

N. H. 

358 Polly,6 b. Nov. 30, 1793; d. Aug. 29, 1S32. 
+359 Nathaniel,*"' b. Aug. 26, 1795; m. Sibvl Hcwins. 

360 Juliette. 6 b. July 24, 1797 ; d. May 22', 1799. 
36r Julia,6 b. Sept. 24, 1799 ; d. Aug. 28, 1S21. 
362 Charles,« b. Aug. i, 1801 ; m. Cynthia Kingsbury, of Walpole. Children: 

(363) Charles Henry,'' b. April 11, 1833; (364) Caroline ^.,' b. Aug. 9. 

1837, d. June 3, 1859. 
365 Phineas D.,6 b. Nov. 14, 1803; d. Feb. 2, 1833. 



POSTERITY OF JOHN GUILD OF DEDHAM. 69 

366 Mark,6 b. Dec. 19, 1S05 ; m. July 13, 1834, Maria, daughter of Jacob and 
Hannah (Gould) Guild. Children : (367) Mai-ia^' b. Dec. 27, 1S36; d. 
Jan. -II, 1837. (36S) Elleti Maria,'' b. Au.e;. 26, 1840. {369) Sarah Fran- 
ces,"^ b. Oct. 18, 1S44; d. young. (370; IVa'ter,'' b. July 27, 1851 ; d. 
young. 

371 Sally.sb. Sept. 6, 1808; d. Oct. 24, 1821. 

125 

Aaron Guild ^ {Aaron,^ Nathatiiel^ Samuel^ yohn^), son of Aaron 
and Sarah (Cony) Guild, born at South Dedham, Mass., Jan. 4, 1753, 
married, July 7, 1789, Lydia Bacon, of Dedham, who died May 7, 
1794. He died March 20, 1832. 

Children : 

372 William,^ b. March 21, 1790; m. Oct. 10, 1819, Anna Lewis, of Athol, 

Mass. Children: (373) Olive L.,'' b. April 30, 1822; m. June 7, 1846, 
Francis Rhodes, of Cambridge. (374) Lydia Ann,' b. April 15, 1826. 
(375) Augusta^ b. March, 1833 ; died young. (376) Clarissa,"^ b. June 26, 
1834. 
377 Aaron, s b. June 18, 1792. m. Clarrissa Hersey. He was an honorable and 
successful lumber merchant at Boston, and died Feb. 26, 1S72. Child: 
(378) Aaron Francis, b. 1825; d. March 9, 1852. 

126 

Oliver Guild^ {Aaron,'^ Nathaniel^ Samuel,'^ jfohn *), son of Aaron 
and Sarah (Cony) Guild, born in South Dedham, Mass., Jan. 29, 1755, 
married, July 4, 1779, Widow Anna Bullard, of Dedham, who died 
May 5, 1847. He was selectman of Dedham 1795-9, ^^^ ^\t^ Feb. 
14, 1814. 

Children : 

379 Oliver,^ b. Dedham, Sept. 28. 1780. 
+380 Lewis, 6 b. Feb. 18, 1786; m. Roxa Morse. 
3S1 Sally,'^ b. Dec. 30, 1791; m. Feb. 25, i8iS, Dian Chickering, of Didham. 



128 

Jacob Guild ^ {Aaron* Nathaniel^ Samuel^ yo/m'^)^ son of Aaron 
and Anna (Cony) Guild, born at South Dedham, Mass., April 23, 
1760, married, Jan. i, 1781, Chloe May, who was born Sept. 6, 1764, 
and died March 26, 1848. He died April 6, 1839. 

Children : 

-f-382 Jacob,^ b. Jan. 28, 1782 ;m. Hannah Gould. 

383 Nancy, <> b. ; m. April 3, 180S, Leavitt Nason, of Boston. 

384 George,^ b. June 30, 178S; m. Jan. 24, 1813, Elizabeth French, of Boston, 

He died Feb. 15, 1817. Child: (385) Gnorge French^' b. April 30, 1S14. 
He was an enterprising merchant at Boston and Cuba, and died of yellow 
fever at Havana, June 24, 1853. 



70 GUILD GENEALOGY. 

386 Martha May," b. Sept. 10, 1S03; m. 1854, Rev. Caleb Kimball. He was 
born June 3, 179S, and attended the Theological School at Andover; 
from too close application he became totally blind; his sermons were read 
to him and committed to memory; he published several religious works; 
died June 19, 1879; ^'^ widow resides at Medway, Mass. 



130 

Joel Guild ^ {Aaron^^ Nathaniel,^ Samuel,^ yohn'^)^ son of Aaron 
and Anna (Cony) Guild, born at South Dedham, Mass., Jan. 20, 1765, 
married, Jan. 4, 1789, Hannah VVeatherbee, who was born May 13, 
1766, and died Jan. 14, 1842. He was a farmer and blacksmith at 
South Dedham, and died Jan. 14, 1842. 

Children born in South Dedham : 

3S7 Clarissa.s b. June 23, 1792; d. March 3, 1S5 + ; m. Sept. 7, 1815, Jesse Morse, 
who was born Aug. 14, 178S, and died June 14, 1861. He was a farmer 
at So. Dedham. Children: (i) Jesse, b. June 22, 1816, m. Oct. 24, 1844, 
Nancy Richards; (2) Litcinda J., b. May 5, 1817; (3) Clarrisa G.,h. 
April 8, 1819; (4) Almira, b. July 12, 1822; (5) George E., b. Aug. 10, 
1826; (6) Harriet A., b. Jan. 13, 1834; (7) Reuben G., b. Sept. 30, 1836. 

-I-388 Reuben," b. Sept. 20, 1793; m. Olive Morse. 

+389 Joel," b. Feb. 11, 1796; m. Lucretia Phipps. 

-j-390 Abner," b. Nov. 27, 1798; m. Mary Fairljanks. 

-j-391 Benjamin," b. June 14, 1800; m. Electa A. Keith. 

-j-392 Horace," b. Nov. 24, 1802; m. Amelia Fisher. 
393 Hannah," b. May 25. 1805; m. June 25, 1825, Rufus Ellis, of So. Dedham, 
who was born Oct. 29, 1802. Children : (i) Catherine L., b. June 10, 
1826; (2) Hannah G., b. Aug. 15, 1827; (3) Fanny, b Oct. 7, 1831; (4) 
Ru/us, b. Nov. 8, 1833; (5) Albert, b. Oct. 6, 1S35; (6) Lucy R., b. March 
13, 1838, d. March 12, 1840; (7) Maria S., h. Jan. 21, 1840; (8) Liuy R., 
h. March 16, 1846. 

+394 Warren," b. .May i, 1808; m. Julia A. Woodward. 
395 Louisa," b. June 2, 181 1 ; m. ist, Feb. 4, 1829, Lewis Ellis, of So. Dedham; 
m. 2d, Nov. 20, 1843, Samuel Green, of Boston, who was born March 23, 
18 1 2. He was a harness maker at Medway, Mass. Children ; (i) Lou- 
isa, b. Jan. 19, 1830, m. Frank W. Draper; (2) Lewis, b. Jan. 8, 1833, m. 
Sarah Draper; (3) Rebecca, died young; (4) Eiwin Francis, b. Dec. 23, 
1845; (5) Samuel Thompson, b. March 4, 1847; (6) Emma Rosella, b. July 
25, 1851. 



133 

John Guild ^ {Aaron^ Nathaniel^ Samuel^ J?t?//« '), son of Aaron 
and Anna (Cony) Guild, born at South Dedham, Mass., Aug. 5, 1772, 
married, May 30, 179S, Rebecca Eaton, of Dedham, who died Sept. 
7, 1849, He possessed good judgment and integrity of character, was 
a successful tanner and currier, and for several years deputy sheriff of 
Norfolk County. He died Dec. 2, 1847. 



POSTERITY OF JOHN GUILD OF DEDHAM. 71 

Children : 

396 Miranda,^ b. Sept. 10, 1799: d. Dedham, unmarried. 

397 Rebecca Eaton,'' b. Oct. i, iSor ; m. Dec. 22, 1S29, Rev. Leonard Luce, of 

Westford, who was born May 14, 1779. Children : (i) Rebecca Elizabeth, 
b. Nov. 4, 1830. (2) Alfred Ellery, b. Aug. 31, 1833; d. June 12, 1842. 
(3) Abby Phillips, b. Sept. 3, 1836; d. April 9,1867; m. Sept. 3, 1857, Pol- 
lard Kimball, of Mobile, Ala., who died Oct. 9, 1865. Children: (I) 
Alice Elizabeth, b. Mobile Nov. 9, 1859; (11) James Leonard, b. Westford, 
July 9, 1862. 

398 John. 6 b. Aug. 24, 1803. 

399 Nathaniel,^ b. Sept. 4, 1804; d. Sept. 23, 1805. 

400 Alfred R.,^ b. Feb. 16, 1807. He was an enterprising merchant in Texas; 

died of yellow fever on a passage to New Orleans, about 1837. 



134 

Nathaniel Guild ^ {Aaron^^ Nathaniel,^ Sam uel^ John ^), son of 
Aaron and Anna (Cony) Guild, born in South Dedham, Mass., June 
23^ 1775? married, Oct. i, 1810, Hannah Tyler, of Attleborough, 
who was born Sept. 17, 1789, and died Aug. 19, 1825. He always 
lived at Dedham, and was a man of sterling worth, very methodical 
and precise in all his ways. Having served his time under the first 
architect of Boston, he returned to Dedham, and was employed in 
erecting nearly all the substantial buildings of the town. He took a 
great interest in town affairs, and served on the School Board for 
many years. The last fifteen years of his life he was treasurer and 
collector of taxes, and for many years treasurer of the First church 
of Dedham. He was prominent in military circles, having arisen to 
the rank of Brigadier-General. In 1820, he was a member of the 
Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company of Boston. He died at 
Dedham, Aug. 25, 1845. 

Children : 

401 Lucinda,^ b. Sept. 7, 181 1; m. Nov. 30, 1843, Gorham D. Pearson, who 

died at W. Roxbury, March 31, 1885; She resides at Walpole. 

402 Nathaniel Tyler,^ b. Nov. 9, 1813; d. Quincy, July 4, 1881 ; m. June 3, 1841, 

Mary Green, of Melrose. He was an engineer on the B. & W. R. R., 
accidentally received injuries and was appointed depot master at Grant- 
ville; had no children. The widow resides at Dorchester. 

403 Edward, 6 b. Aug. 29, 1816; d. Aug. 29, 1886, unmarried. 
+ 404 Henry ,6 b. Nov. 29, 1818; m. Louisa P. Frobisher. 

405 Samuel Foster^ b. April 30, .1824; d. July 5, 1879; m. Jan. 8, 1849, Han- 
nah M. Usher, of South Boston. He was a gold refiner, and lived at 
South Boston; had four children, only one of whom is living, (406) Charles 
Francis,'' a civil engineer at Omaha, Neb. 



144 

John Guild ^ {yohn^ John^ Samuel^ jfohn'^), son of John and 
Thankful (Harrington) Guild, born Aug. 23, 1760, married first, Aug. 
5, 1787, Olive Stewart; married second, Lucy Courser Bartlett. 



72 GUILD GENEALOGY. 

He was a soldier of the Revolution, and became one of the pioneer 
emigrants to Vermont ; was a member of the Baptist church, and 
died at Thetford, Vt., Aug. 5, 1850. 

Children by Olive Stewart : 

-|-407 Samuel, ° b. July 20,1788; m. Sarah Severance. 

-I-408 John,'' b. March 20, 1792; m. ist, Alice Millctt; 2d, Esther Prescott. 

409 Timothy,'^ b. March 29, 1792; d. Jan. 29, 1876. 

410 Joab,'' b. July i, 1794; d. Dec, 1795. 

-)-4ii Amos,*' b. Jan. 24. 1796; m. 1st, Hannah Evans; 2d, Eunice Dodge. 
-(-412 Nathan," b. June 28. iSoo; m. ist, Abigail Bunker; 2d, Eunice Russell. 
4-413 Israel Stewart," b. Sept. 30, 1803; m. Sarah Gould. 



147 

Israel Guild ^ [yohn^^ jfohn^ Sa?tmel,'^ ^ohn'^), son of John and 
Thankful (Harrington) Guild, born Dec. 20, 1766, married, Dec. 24, 
1793, Hannah Belcher, of Stoughton, Mass. He was a farmer at 
Stoughton, and died there Nov. 14, 1836. 

Children : 

+414 Ira," b. May 8, 1794; m. Elizabeth Ford. 
-I-415 Israel," b. Aug. 3, 1795; m. Polly Dickerman. 



149 

Samuel Guild ^ {Samuel* yoh?i^ Samuel,^ yohn^), son of Samuel 
and Mehitable (Clapp) Guild, born in Walpole, Mass., Oct. 26, 1766, 
married, June 23, 1791, Keturah Cleveland, of Walpole. 

Children : 

+416 Alvan," b. April 10, 1792; m. Sally Hayford. 

-I-417 Horace," b. Feb. 14, 1794; m. Clarissa Wentworth. 

-]-4i8 Lewis," b. March 30, 1795; "^- Grata Smith. 

419 Hannah," b. Sept. 29, 1796; m. George Chickering. 

+420 George," b. Feb. i, 1801 ; m. ist, Eliza Lawrence; 2d, Catherine E. Lewis. 

421 Catherine," b. Aug. 2, 1802; m. Joseph Miller, of Wrentham. 

150 

Aaron Guild ^ {Samttel* yoJm^ Samuel,^ yohn ^), son of Samuel 
and Mehitable (Clapp) Guild, born in Walpole, Mass., Feb. 10, 1768, 
married Cynthia Smith, daughter of Jonathan Smith, of Medfield. 
She died April 15, 1842. He was a farmer at Walpole, and one of 
the original members who organized the Orthodox Congregational 
church. He died at Walpole, Jan, 25, 1831. 



POSTERITY OF JOHN GUILD OF DEDHAM. 73 

Children : 

422 Nancy.^b. April 30, 1800; m. Isaac, son of Joseph and Olive (Boyden) 

Guild. (See) 

423 Sarah,'' b. Nov. 24, 1801 ; d. April 24, 1843; "*• Thomas, son of Thomas 

and Nancy ( Boyden) Clapp, of VValpole. He was born Nov. 28,1805; d. 
1859. Children: \,i) Bradford, b. Walpole, Feb. 2,1826; m. Nov. 14, 
1846, Helen M., daughter of Royal and Lydia (Lesure) .Smith, of Wal- 
pole. She was born at Dover, N. H., Feb. 2, 1828. lie is a farmer at 
Walpole. Children: {\) Sarah Jam;, b. June 30, 1847; m. Dec. 20, 
187 1, Albert Hammond, who died at Sherburne, .Mass., Dec. 9, 1873. 
(II) Clara Helen, b. Dec. 29, 1849; d. Feb. 10, 18S3 ; m. May 16, 1869, 
George Elbridge Gay. (Ill) Ella Augusta, b. April 22, 1855; m. Oct. 
14, 1879, Frank True Howe, of Putnam, Conn.; child: (A) Grace Lillian, 
b. March 30, 1880. (IV) Annie Af.zrww, b. March 25, 1859; d. March 18, 
1883. (V) Amy Smith, b. June 20, iS6(. (2) Sarah Guild, b. ; d. 

April 24, 1843. 

-I-424 Samuel," b. Feb. 12, 1S06; m. Orra Fisher. 

4-425 Aaron,*^ b. Jan. 27, 180S; m. ist, Hannah Fisher; 2d, Susan G. Belcher. 

426 Mary,6 b. Sept. 23, 18 14; d. Dec. 14, 1859, unmarried. 

151 

Moses Guild ^ {Samuel,* yohn^ Samuel^ yohn"^)^ son of Samuel 
and Mehitable (Clapp) Guild, born in Walpole, Mass., Jan. 6, 1772, 
married first, March 19, 1795, Philena Barrows, who died Oct. 16, 
1800. He married second, March 12, 1801, Sally Newton, who 
died Feb. 29, 1840. He moved to Marlborough, N. H., in 1797, and 
was taxed at Roxbury, N. H., 1815 to 1851. He died Sept. 6, 1854. 

Children by Philena Barrows : 

427 William,^ b. Jan. 15, 1796; m. ist, April 25, 1820, Sally Banks; m. 2d, 

Mary De Wolf, of Cuba. He formed the first Sabbath-school at Rox- 
bury, N. H., and was engaged for some years in that work. For twenty- 
five years he was a teacher in the public schools of Rhode Island and 
Connecticut. 
-f-428 Willard.e b. Feb. 8, 179S; m. Abigail Woods. 

429 Tyla,^ b. Aug. 13, 1799; d. Roxbury, N. H., June 22, 1855, unmarried. 

Children by Sally Newton : 

430 Betsey," b. Feb. 13, 1803; d. Oct. i, 1822, unmarried. 

431 Hannah," b. March 3, 1812; m. Sept. 9, 1841, James W. Bain, of Keene, 

who died Oct. 7, 1865. 

152 

Jacob Gvi'LT)^ {Samuel,* yohn,^ Samuel,'^ yohn'^), son of Samuel 
and Mehitable (Clapp) Guild, born at Walpole, Mass., 1776, married 
Prudence Day. He moved to Otter Creek, Vt., about 1795, and died 
in 1827. 

Children : 

-I-432 Warren,^ b. May 17, 1818; m. Alma Aldrich. 
433 Betsey," m. Warren Fisher, of Walpole, Mass. 

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74 GUILD GENEALOGY. 

153 

Joseph Guild ^ (^ose/>/i,* John^ Samuel^ yohn'^), son of Joseph 
and Margery (Carroll) Guild, born in Walpole, Mass., Feb. 13, 1765, 
married first, April 17, 1794, Olive Boyden, of Walpole, who died 
May 6, 1835. ^^ married second, Anna Rhodes. He died May i, 
1842. 

Children : 

-f-434 Leonard," b. April 7, 1795; "i- Hannah Day. 

435 Isaac,'^ b. April 14, 1798; d. Sept. 25, 1S67; m. April 24, 1823, Nancy, 
daughter of Aaron and Cynthia (Smith) Guild. She died June 21, 1883. 
Children: (436) N'aiicy? b. Jan. 14, iS24;d. March 19, 1879. (437) Olive^ 
b. Aug. 22, 1S26; resides at Medfield, unmarried. (43S) Louisa,'' b. March 
5, 1S29; resides at Medfield. unmarried. (439) Henry Aaron,'' b. Sept. 
18, 1831 ; d. Oct. 2r, 1S49. (44°) Isaac Erasius,' b. Aug. 22, 1834; resides 
at Medfield, unmarried. 

441 Benjamin, 'J b. Oct. 21, iSoi ; d. Dexter, Me., 1849, unmarried. 

442 Joseph,'' b. Dec. 8, 1807; d. Dec i. 1S50; m. March 28, 1833, Chloe Pettee, 

b. May 28, 1805; left no children. 

168 

Jesse Guild ^ {yacob* Israel,^ Sajnuel^ yohn'^)^ son of Jacob and 
Hannah (Larrabee) Guild, born in Hatfield, Mass., April 11, 1765, 
married Zilpah Smith, who was born Jan. 4, 1764, and died April 
17, 1841. He joined the Revolutionary Army at the age of sixteen, 
serving part of his three years as orderly sergeant; at the close he 
moved to Halifax, Vt., cleared a lot of land, and settled as a farmer 
and blacksmith. He was a deacon of the Congregational church, 
and died June 5, 184S. 

Children : 

443 Chester," b. 178S; d Halifax, Vt., Feb. i, 1S56; m. Anna Brown, who died 

Oct. 1877. They had several children who died young, and (443^) Ha7i- 
nah Elizabeth^' who married Jesse Guild, of Leona, Penn. 

-f-44.4 Calvin,'' b. Oct. 14, 1789; in. Sally Kellogg. 

4-445 Israel,'' b. May, 1791 ; m. Rachel Kellogg. 

-j-446 Joel,'' b. Aug. 14, 1793; m. Margery Kennedy. 

447 Asa,** enlisted in the \Var of 1S12 and never returned. 

448 Hannah," b. i8oo; d. Dec. i, 1838, unmarried. 

449 Elizabeth," d. at Halifax, Vt., Feb. 15, 1862, unmarried, 

169 

Israel Guild ^ {y.icob,'^ Israel,^ Samuel,'^ yohn^), son of Jacob and 
Hannah (Larrabee ) Guild, born in Hatfield, Mass., Sept. 11, 1767, 
married Rhoda Graves, who was born Aug. 27, 1770. He died in 
ISIichigan. 

Children : 

450 Betsey," b. Aug. 4, 1792 ; m. Dewey ; no children. 
-I-451 Horace," b. July 30, 1794; m. Rhoda Parker. 

-(-452 Klihu," b. Aug. 3, 1796; m. Eunice B. Esty. 
-i-453 George," b. Dec. 17, 179S; m, Hannah Greene. 



POSTERITY OF JOHN GUILD OF DEDHAM. 75 

454 Rhoda,« b. March 4, 1801 ; d. Sept., 1864; m. ist, Henry Pitcher; 2d, Eli 
Beard. 
-[-45s Joseph,'J b. Aug. 5, 1803; m. Sarah C. Colby. 

456 Levi Graves,^ b. Nov. 22, 1805. 

457 Israel,'^ b. Nov. 3, 1807. He is a farmer at Ischua, N. Y. 

458 Zebediah.'i b. Jan. 14, iSio; in. Boston, April 29, 1833, Eleanor Crane. He 

is a cabinet maker and furniture dealer at St. Louis, Mo., and resides at 
Baden. 

459 Mary Ann," b. July 12, iSi2;m. Smith Dewey; lived in Hinsdale, Mich, 

460 Charlotte,'' b. Feb. 3, 1S16; unmarried. 

170 

Nathaniel Guild* {yacob^^ IsraeP Samuel,''' yohn'^) son of Jacob 
and Hannah (Larrabee) Guild, born in Hatfield, Mass., about 1769, 
married Mehitable Gaines, who was born May 17, 1774. She was 
left a widow in early life, and after many years married Jonathan 
Bugbee, of White River, Vt., and died aged 76. 

Children born in Halifax, Vt. : 

461 Jacob,^ b. Nov. 25, 1794; d. Amboy, III, July 12, i865; m. April 15, 1822, 

Sally Rockwell, daughter of and Abigail (Steadman) Field. She was 
born at Tunbridge, Vt., Jan. 15, 1800; d. Norwich, Vt., April 15, 1S22. 
He was a farmer at Hartford, Vt. , until 1845; moved to Norwich, and in 
1864, to Amboy, III. Children : 

(462) Celia Maria^ b. Hartford, Vt., Jan. 28,1823; m. ist, Dec. 8, 1841, 

David Conant Forbes, of Lebanon, N. H., who died Sept. 6, 1847, 
^gc 3-i "1- 2d, Jan., 1859, Jacob Luce, of Amboy, 111., who was a 
deacon of the Baptist church at Hornby, N. Y., and Amboy, III., and 
died Nov. i, 1S84. She resides at Amboy, and is a member of the 
Baptist church. Children : (t) John Calvin (Forbes), enlisted 1861; 
killed in battle at Bentonvillp, N. C, March 19, 1864. (2) Arthur 
Sinclair (Forbes), died in the army, May 18, 1863, age 16. (3) 
Helen Cornelia (Forbes), d. Feb. 8, 1851. 

(463) Jane Hale^ b. Feb. 5, 1S25; d. Sharon, Vt., Nov. 1855; m, Aug. 3, 

1844, Lorenzo Goodrich. Children : (i) Burton Lorenzo, d. age 19; 
(2) Cynthia Jane, d. age 5; (3) Ella Steadman, m. Drake; (4) 

Hattie Maria, m. Wheeler. 

(464) Alma Steadman^ b. June 17, 1S27 ; m. March 6, 1886, Rev. John Rice, 

who was pastor of the Congregational church at Hematite, Mo. ; he 
died Nov. 19, 1S80. She resides with her sister at Amboy, III. 

(465) Sarah Abigail,'^ b. Feb. 26, 1829; d. Norwich, Vt., Nov. 3, 1852; was 

a member of the M. E. church. 

(466) Mary Elizabeth} b. October 30, 1832; died young. 

(467) Harriet Elizabeth^ b. Feb. 28, 1835, d. Aug. i, 1858; m. June 13, 

1858, Rev. Charles E. Carpenter, preacher in the M. E. church. 

(468) Ellen Amanda,'' b. Oct. 30, 1S36; d. Norwich, July 2, 1851. 

469 James, 6 b. ; m. Maria Phelps. He was awarded several medals in 

Europe for superior portrait and miniature painting; on account of ill 
health the last years of his life were spent in the West Indies, and while 
returning to his home in Springfield, Vt., about 1S41, he died in New 
York. The widow educated the children in Michigan, returned to Leb- 
anon, N. H., and died at an advanced age. Children: (470) Cornelia 
Sebring} m. Lathrop, a jeweler at Oakland, Cal. (471) James Hal- 

j^j,'^ supposed to be living in Oregon. (472) Henry,'' died young. (473) 
Simon Cornelio} a brilliant scholar, graduated at Ann Arbor, Mich., v;as 
preparing for the ministry; enlisted as captain of Company A, 8th Michi- 
gan Volunteers, and was killed at James' Island, S. C, June 16, 1862. 
+474 Luther,*' m. Lucy C. Baker. 



76 GUILD GENEALOGY. 

475 Rachel,*' m. Benjamin Porter, of Hartford, Vt, He was a man of ability, 
and held many town offices at Hartford. Children: (i) James, died 
young. (2) Delia Ann, m. ist, Edward Kneeland, who left one daughter; 
m. 2ci, Robert Chalmers, and died at Coloma, Cal. (3) Melvina Amelia, 
m. Joseph Trescott, of Hartford, who died iSSi ; she resides with her two 
sons at Oakland, Cal. (4) Geo7-qe R., has one son, and resides at Uan- 
ville, 111. {^) Benjamin Franklin, died in California, leaving one daugh- 
ter. (6) Henry. (7) Elaen, grad. Tufts College; studied law and estab- 
lished at Cincinnati; was killed in a railroad accident at Angola about 
1S6S. (S) Cornelia Maria, d. age 16. (9) James Guild, m. Mary Wood, 
of Hartford; resides at Woodstock, Vt. (lo) Sarah Jane, m. H. M. 
Miller, who was nine years in the government employ in Japan; resides at 
Oakland, Cal. (11) Edward Kneeland, married and died at Hartford. 



171 

Silas Guild* {J'acob,'^ Israel,^ Samuel,'^ yohn'^), son of Jacob and 
Hannah (Larrabee) Guild, born in Hatfield, Mass., about 1770, mar- 
ried LuRA Brown, of Lima, N. Y. He lived in the vicinity of Salem, 
Mass., when young ; moved to Honeoye Falls, N. Y., and there passed 
the remainder of his life. 

Children : 

476 Charles.'^ 

477 Lovina.'' 

478 Austin,'^ b. Seneca, N. Y., May 30, 1815; m. Spencerport, Jan. 22,1843, 

Susan Roberts, who was born in Palma, N. Y., July 15, 1814. He is a 
carriage painter, and a member of the M. E. church at Ypsilanti, Mich. 
Child: (479) William Harvey^ b. Honeoye Falls, N. Y., April 13, 1S43; 
m. Eva Ldpue. He is a painter and decorator at Ypsilanti, and has one 
daughter, age 8 years. 
+481 Joseph,'^ b. Nov, 29, 1816; m. Susan Holmes. 

482 Harvey.® 

483 Christina.® 

176 

Samuel Guild ^ {jfoseph* Ebetiezer^ Samuel^ jFohn ^), son of Joseph 
and Hannah (White) Guild, born in Attleborough, Mass., Oct. 22, 1755, 
married, Aug. i, 1782, Mittee Parmenter, of Attleborough, who was 
born June 22, 1756, and died Nov. 24, 1846. He was a farmer at 
Wrentham, Mass., and died there May 20, i8ig. 

Children born in Wrentham : 

484 Jason,® b. Aug. 11, 1783; d. Sept. 2, 180S, unmarried. 
-I-4S5 Samuel,® b. May 5, 1786; m. Huldah Whiting. 

486 Sarah,® b. Nov. 30, 1787; d. July 31, 1850; m. Dec, 1822, Daniel Macpher- 

son. Children : (i) Lucy, died young; (2) Sarah, died young; (3) Albert, 
b. April, 1S25; (4) Daniel, b. March, 1827; (5) Nancy, b. Dec. 1S29, m. 
Charles L. Guild (See); (6) Sarah, b. April, 1832; (7) Susan, b. March, 

1834. 

487 Lucy,® b. May 28, 1790; d. May 12, 1791. 

488 Seamens.'"' b. Oct. 30, 1791 ; d. Sept. 9, 1809. 
+489 Joseph,® b. April 13, 1794; ra. Rebecca P. Warren. 



POSTERITY OP JOHN GUILD OF DEDHAM. 77 

178 

Nathan Guild ^ {Joseph * Ebenezer^ Samuel^ jfohn M son of Joseph 
and Elizabeth (Thayer) Guild, born in Attleborough, Mass., April 22, 
1782, died at Gibson, Penn. He left a family among whom are (490) 
Nathan,® (491) J. W.,® (492) Nancy,® now living at Gibson, and (493) 
Charles,® living at Gelatt, Penn. 

180 

Elias Guild ^ {Benjamin,'^ Ebenezer^ Samuel,'^ yohn ^), son of Ben- 
jamin and Jemima (Morse) Guild, born Aug., 1760, married Mary 
White, of Mansfield. He lived at Foxboro, Mass., was a proprietor 
in the old meeting-house and a Revolutionary patriot. He died at 
Foxboro, Feb. 5, 1840. 

Children born in Foxboro : 

500 Cyrus^, b. Aug. 15, 1783; d. Oct. 20. 181S; m. Nancy Day of Mansfield. 
Children: (501) Mary Ann,'' (502) Bentley? 

503 Sarah,"^ b. May 22, 1785; d. Mansfield, Jan. 27, 1820; m. Elijah Dean jr., 

of Mansfield, Mass. Children: 
(i) Sarah, d. Swansea, Mass.; m. John Young, of Swansea. 

(2) Daniel Warren, b. March 30, 1813; d. l3ec. 15, 1S79; m. Dec. 11, 

1837, Lavinia Davis, of Belgrade, Me. Children : (I) Lavinia A., 
died young. (II) b. Nov. 10, 1845; d. April 3, 1887, unmar- 

ried. (Ill) Sarah Guild,h. March 16, 1849; d. Dec. 31, 1879. (IV) 
Ella A., died young. (V) Alletta F., b. Feb. 3, 1854; resides in Bos- 
ton, unmarried. 

(3) Eunice Shephard, b. Mansfield, Mass., May 3, 1818; m. Wrentham, 

April 30. 1838, Ezekiel, son of Ezekiel and Lydia (Knapp) Merritt. 
He was born in Brockton, Mass., Nov. 9, 1812, is a cattle broker and 
farmer, and a member of the M. E. church at Houlton, Me. Chil- 
dren, all residing at Houlton: (I) Edfmmd Winchester, b. Brockton, 
Nov. 23, 1840; (II) George Francis, b. Mansfield, Oct. 8, 1844; (III) 
Charles Dean, b. June 2, 1847; (IV) Eunice Velmar, b. July 2, 1851 ; 
(V) Lyman Belknap, b. June 18, 1854; {Yl)Harriet Shepard, b. Lin- 
coln, Me., Oct. 12, 1862, d. Houlton, July 17, 1869. 

504 Elias,^ b. Aug. 27, 1787 ; d. May 17, 1853 ; m. Amy Carpenter, of Seekonk. 

Children: (505) Maria -^ (<^o6) Amy Ann f (ipT) Albert'^ (508) 
Frederick,'' b. July, 1834, d. Feb. 27, 1862. 

509 Shubal,^ b. April 3, 1791; d. April 8, 1828; m. Mary Tupper, of Maiden. 
Children : (509^-) Hannah,'' (510) Elizabeth.'' 

511 Freedom,*^ b. March 30, 1793; m. Oct. 3, 1S21, Eliza, daughter of Joseph 
and Abigail (Stearns) Bradshaw. She was born at Foxboro, Dec. 27, 
1S02. He served in the War of 1812; was a farmer, chairman of select- 
men, assessors and overseers of the poor at Foxboro; was a director 
of the Norfolk Agricultural Society and member of the Baptist church. 
He died April 23, 1862. Children: 

(512) Eliza Maria} b. July iS, 1822; m. Feb. 9. 1845. William R. Stearns. 

He is a commercial traveler and resides at Foxboro. Children : 
(I) Eva M. A'.,b. Dec. 8, 1853; (2) Ina E., b. Oct. 17, 1857, d. Dec. 
2, 1882. 

(513) Harriet Parkman} b. Feb. 23, 1825; m. Nov. 27, 1856, David B. Rob- 

inson, who is a stone mason at Foxboro. Children: {\) Julian 
S., b. Sept. 26, 1858; (2) Jennie G., b. Dec. 9, i860, d. April 29, 
1882. 

(514) Joseph Ediiiin} b. Jan. 7, 1S27 ; d. Sept. 22, 1828. 

(515) Josephine Emma} b. Jan. 7, 1827; d. Oct. 3, 1828. 



78 GUILD GENEALOGY. 

(516) Emily Caroline:} b. April 9, i<S29; d. Aug. 26, 1S7S; m. Jan. 26, 1S46, 

John V. Baker, who is a farmer at Foxboro. Children : (i) Ida 
/^, b. Aug. 21, 1847; m. Feb. 12, 1882, John F. Wilkinson, resides 
at Foxboro; child: (I) Herbert S., b. April 21, 18831 [z^) Jessie 
M., b. July 5, 1S54; m. March 12, 1SS2, Charles E. Johnson, of 
Brockton, Mass. Children: (I) Edwin R., b. Dec. 12, 1S82, d. 
Sept. 29, 18S3; (II) Morton, b. Dec. 12, 1S82; (III) Gladys, b. June 
8,1884. (3) C^W^/.fi'., b. July 26, 1S58; died young. (<\) Grace E., 
b. July 26, 1S58; died young. 

(517) Almira Abbie,' b. Oct. 26, 1S35; m. Aug. 2, 187 1, Andrew /. Lancas- 

ter, who is a house painter at Foxboro. 
(51S) Julia Mcrton} b. Oct. 21, 1843; d. May 6, 1871. 
519 Polly,'^ b. Oct. 27, 1795; d. Pawtucket, R. I., April 23, 1S75; m. Aug. 15, 
1S25, Antipas Frost, who was born June i J, 1782, and died April 26, 1846. 
He was a miller at Central Falls. R. I. Children : 
(i) Albert, \).V)QZ. 9, 1827; m. 1st, June 21, 1858, Susan Doane, who 
died June 6. 1866; m. 2d, Aug., 1867, Alvira Frost Chase, who died 
Dec. 12, 1884. He is a paper box manufacturer at Central Falls, 
R. I. Children : (I)A/a Louise, b. June 13, 1863, is a school teach- 
er ; (II) Susan Doane, b. May, 1866, d. July 30, 1S66. 

(2) Edzvard, b. Aug. 15, 1S34; m. May 12, 1857. Lydia A. Peck. He is- 

a machinist at Pawtucket, R. I. Children ; (I) Ellis Freedom, b. 
April 26, i860, electrician at Pawtucket; (II) Edward Elmer, b. 
July 16, 1862, penman at Pawtucket; (III) Ruth Mabel, b. May i, 
1872, d. Sept. 9, 1872. 

(3) Elvira, b. Jan. 22, 1826; d. Nov. 11, 1S85; m. Oct. 27, 1846, Samuel 

Wixon jr., who is a merchant at Central Falls, R. I. Children : (I) 
Elizabeth Brooks, h. Oct. iS, 1847; d. April 17, 18S2; m. July 4, 
1869, Charles H. King, and has (A) Howard Samuel, b. July i, 1870; 
(B) Clinton Shirley, b. July 23, 1S75 ; (C) Clifton Sherwood, b. July 
23. 1S75. d. Nov. I, 1S7S; (I>) Maybel May, b. Aug. 4, 1879 ;" (E) 
Walter Ashford, b. Dec. 10, 1882. (II) Mary Frances, b. Aug. 4, 
1849. (Ill) Benoni Spink, b. Oct. 16, 1851, is a clothing salesman. 
(IV) Albert Edwin, b, Nov. 29, i860 ; m. July 6, 1880, Annie L. 
Lanphear; is a jeweler. [N] Florence Belle, b. Dec. 13, 1869. 

(4) Elizabeth, b. Oct. 31, 1837; d. Sept. 3. 1847. 

(5) Ed7oin, b. Jan. 10, 1831 ; d. Nov. 12, 1832. 

187 

John Guild ^ {Naphtali,^ Ebeiiezer^ Samuel^ yohn'^), son of Naph- 
tali and Joanna ( ) Guild, born in Attleborough, Mass., July 28, 
1763, married first, May, 1788, Margaret Daggett, who was born 
July 27, 1768, and died Aug. 8, 1830. He married second, Nov. 16, 
183 1, Martha Cook. He was a Revolutionary soldier. He moved 
to Pawlet, Vt., in 1802, erected the first cotton factory in that State, 
and had the management of it for several years. He was a mem- 
ber of the Congregational church, and died at Pawlet, Sept. 20, 1S50. 

Children : 

-j-520 Chauncey,*"' b. July 3, 1779; '^- Celinda Bourn. 

521 Plyne," b. June 19, 1792 ; d. June 19, 1836, unmarried. 

522 Milton,'' b. Jan. i, 1795 J married at an advanced age ; left no children. 

523 Eunice,'' b. Oct. 24, 1799; m. April 19, 1S18, Milton Brown, who was born 

at Potsdam, N. Y., April 11, 1793, and died there Jan. 2, 1873. Children 
b. Pawlet, Vt. : (i) Betsey M., b. Feb. 28, 1S19 ; d."july 8, 1847 ; m. IMar- 
son Edgerton, and had (I)AW//«, b. Oct. 27,1840. (2) Maria L., b. 
March 5, 1823. (3) Milton II., b. June 26, 1S32 ; resides in Potsdam, N. Y. 

524 Lucy,'5 b. March 7, 1804; m. May, 1829, Charles Wilgus, of West Troy, 

and had [i) Charles, (2) Marson, (3) Elizabeth. 



POSTEEITY OF JOHN GUILD OF DEDHAM. 79 

525 Abigail,"^ b. Dec. 12, 1806; d. Dec. 16, 18S4 ; m. Dec. 8, 1833, Dr. David 

R., son of Ira and Abigail (Guild) Harms. Children: (i) Charles D., b, 
Dec. 13, 1834 ; m. Sept. 20, 1S74, Anna E. Harrington, who was born 
May 23, 1S39. Children: (I) B^Mxiv Elizabeth, b. April 7, 187S ; (II) 
Charles Fayette, b. Nov. 16, 1 8So^A-.T>ci: 6, 18S3. (2) Marais S., h. March 
28, 1839; m. 186S, Mary A. Al^bs, who was born March 23, 1845. Chil- 
dren : (I) Alil'ie /., b. Feb. 10, 1869; (II) Henry Wilsoti, b. June 16, 1872. 
(3) Henry M., b. April 27, 1844; ni. May 4, 1S73, Julia Sawyer. Chil- 
dren : (I) Haltie Maud, (II) Julia Howard. 

194 

Ebenezer Guild ^ {Ebenezer^^ Ebenezer^ Samuel^ jfohn ^) son of 
Ebenezer and Phebe (Day) Guild, born in Wrentham, Mass., March 
I, 1759, married Mary Lane. He was a farmer at Attleborough. 

Children : 

526 Ebenezer,^ said to have been in the War of 1812. 
-I-527 Ilermon," b. Aug. 24, 1782; m. Melinda J. Chamberlain. 

528 Lois,^ b. ; m. Tift, of No. Attleborough. Their daughter, (i)Zo«w«, 

married Lincoln. 

529 Polly,*' b. ; m. Tingley ; had son, (i) Kev. Timothy C, who preached 

in Raynham. 

530 Amanda,*^ b. 1796; d. about 1837; m. Hosea, son of Ebenezer and Mary 

(Titus) Fisher. Children: (i) A/ary Ann, (2) Harriet Ne%vell, (3) Elea- 
nor v., (4) yames Madison, (5) Amos Ward, (6) John Edwin, (7) Susan 
Maria. 

195 

David Guild ^ {Ebenezer* Ebenezer,^ Samuel,'^ jfohn,'^) son of Eben- 
ezer and Phebe (Day) Guild, born in North Attleborough, Mass., Sept. 
17, 1764, married first, Olive Day; married second, Phebe Puffer. 
He died in North Attleborough in 1856. 

Children by Olive Day : 

-I-531 Davis,^ b. 1793 ! ™- Rebecca Allen. 

532 Olivia,*^ b. 1800; m. Micah R. Ball, of Leominster; left no children. 

533 Aurinda,*' b. Aug. 16, 1805; m. 1829, James D. Cowdin, who died at Fitch- 

burg in 1854. She resides at Natick, Mass. Child : (i) Mary Aitrinda, 
b. No. Andover, Mass., 1832; m. Springfield, Dec. 9, 1858, Milan W. 
Hayward, of Fitchburg. 

198 

Joseph Guild ^ {Joseph^^ Joseph? Sa^nuel^ yohn'^), son of Joseph 
and Miriam (Draper) Guild, born in Dedham, Mass., March 14, 1760, 
married, Feb. 10, 1789, Rebecca Felton, daughter of Daniel and 
Abigail (Cook) Felton, of Dedham, She died in Boston, March 25, 
1843, age seventy-four years. They moved to Francestown, N. H., 
in 1789, and he died there April i, 1802. 



80 GUILD GENEALOGY. 

Children : 

534 Daniel,^ b. April 29, 1792; d. Francestown, Dec. 23, 1.S2S ; m. iSrS, Betsey 
Whipple, of New Boston, N. H., who died Dec. i, 1S54. Children : (535) 
Lucretia^ b. Nov. 27, 1S19; m. June 24, 1846, Samuel B. Hodge, and had 
(i) Fred Aiii^'ustus. (536) Miranda^ b. April 13, 1823; d. May 3, 1836. 
(537) Betsey Maria} b. Feb. 16, 1827; m Nov. 28. 1850, Daniel McCaine, 
of Groton. They reside at St. Paul, Minn. Child : (i) Addie. 
-I-538 Isaac,*' b. May 16, 1794; m. Betsey Tracy. 

539 Charles,*' b. June 19, 1799; d. Concord, N. H., July 25, 1879; m. Achsa 
Witherspoon, of Antrim, N. H., who died Dec. 21, 1S79. He was a hotel 
keeper at Weare, New London and Concord, N. H. Children: (S40) 
Nancy Jane 1} b. Aug. 27, 1825. (541) Rebecca Felton} b. Oct. i, 1827. 
(542) Miranda Frances}^ b. July 20. 1S37 ; m. ist, March 14, 1S57, Augus- 
tus Hutchinson, of Concord, who died Feb. 26. 18S4; m. 2d, Hezekiah F. 
Trussell, of Concord. (543) Charles Franklin} died. 

544 Josepha,^ b. Dec. 28, 1801; d. Boston, Feb. 27, 1885; m. Nov. 8, 1822, 

Mark Fisher, who was a flour merchant at Boston, and died Dec. 39, 
1862. Children: (i) Catherine Guild, h. Jan. i, 1829; d. Boston, June 16, 
18S1. (2) Horace Dullard, b. March 22, 1S35; "i* J^"- ^l» 1871, M. Ade- 
line, daughter of Charles J. Howell, of New York City. Children: (I) 
Marion Howell, b. Dec. 18, 1872; (II) Howell, b. March 24, 1876. (3) 
Ellen Maria, b. Aug. 17, 1843; d- Boston, Feb. 19, 1883. She was a 
teacher in the public schools, and for several years employed in the city 
clerk's ofiSce. 

199 

Reuben Guild ^ {Joseph,* yoseph^ Sarnitel^ yohn i), son of Joseph 
and Miriam (Draper) Guild, born in Dedham, Mass., Aug. 18, 1762, 
married first, Dec. 24, 1789, Catherine Whiting, of Dedham, who 
died Sept. 8, 1795- He married second, Dec. 30, 1804, Susanna Hos- 
KiNS, who died Dec. 18, 1863. He acquired considerable property in 
the manufacture of hats. He died Sept. 10, 1848. 

Children by Catherine Whiting : 

545 Nancy,^ b. Jan. 14, i79i;d. April 21, 1866; m. Elijah Trescott, of Dorches- 

ter, who was a cotton manufacturer and merchant at Dedham. Children: 
(i) Elijah, b. March 11, 181 1 ; d. March 9, 1875. (2) Nancy Catherine, b. 
Jan. 18, 1822; d. Feb. i, 1854. (3) Reuben Guild, b. July 2, 181 5; d. 
April 28, 1844. 

546 Charlotte,*" b. Aug. 5, 1794; d. Aug. 17, iS8o; m. ist, June 18, 1812, Solo- 

mon Phipps, jr., who was born Aug. 5, 1788. He was a merchant at 
Charlestown, and died Sept. 21, 1821. She married 2d, Dr. Cheever. 
Children by first husband: (i) Solomon Guild, b. July 22, 1813; d. (2) 
Edward IV/iitini^, h. June 13, 1S16; d. Aug. 12, 1817. (3) Susan Cather- 
ine, h. Dec. 30, 1819; d. May 15, 1859. (4) Charlotte Miriam, b. March 
18. 1822. 

Child by Susanna Hoskins : 
-)-547 William Hoskins,^ b. May 6, 1805; m. Sarah Glover. 

200 

Ebenezer Guild ^ {yoseph,'^ yoseph^ Samuel^ yohn^)^ son of Joseph 
and Miriam (Draper) Guild, born in Dedham, Mass., Feb. 6, 1765, 
married, 1797, Mary Grant, daughter of Joshua and Mary (Guild) 
Grant. She died April 12, 1840. He was a hatter at Attleborough, 
Mass., and died there April 18, 1847. 



POSTERITY OF JOHN GUILD OF DEDHAM. 81 

Children born in Attleborough : 

•4-548 Charles,^ b. Aug. 27, 1800; m. Hannah Clapp. 

549 Mary Ann,** b. Nov. 6, 1802 ;d. Sept. 9, 1882; m. Oct. 24, 1827, Charles B., 

son of Rev. John Wilder, of Attleborough. He was born Aug. 28, 1802. 
Children ; (i) Ma>y Ja>te,b. Jan. 9, 1830; m. April 30, 1856, J. R. Camp- 
bell. (2) Charles Tyler, b. Sept. i, 1831 ; m. Oct. 29, 1856, Mary E. Ware. 
(3) Esther Frances, b. Aug. 3, 1833. [\) Herbert Augustus, b. June 22, 
1837; m. Sarah B. Page. (5) Harriet Lee, b. Jan. 5, 1841 ; m. Thomas 
A. Wilson. (6) Sarah Caroiifte, b. Aug. 5, 1845; "!• Nov. 7, 1S66, John 
F. Spaulding, who was born Sept. 15, 184 1. 

550 Charlotte Augusta,"^ b. Feb. 20, 180S; d. April 23. 1871; m. June 27, 1832, 

John C. Hewins, of Dorchester, who was born July 21, 1805. Children : 
(i) Helen Augusta, b. Sept. 5, 1833; (2) William Guild, b May 25, 1836; 
(3) John Foster, b. April 5, 1838; (4) Susan Cummitigs, b. Feb. 14, 1840; 
(5) Charles Eben, b. Sept. 2, 1841 ; (6)Charlotte Guild, b. Oct. 17, 1843; 
(7) George Henry, b. March 8, 1846, d. April i, 1849. 

551 William Grant,'^ b. July 9, 1809; m. June 15, 1835, Almena Frances, daugh- 

ter of Loami and Mary (.Sweetland) Day. Mr. Guild was a manufacturer 
of jewelry at Attleborough; now resides at Worcester, Mass. Children : 

(552) Frances Adaline,"^ b. Feb. 28, 1836; d. Sept. 20, 1836. 

(553) Mary Adalaide,'' h. Feb. 28, 1836; d. Sept. 29, 1836. 

(554) Helen Frances^\i. May 16, 1843; i"- Ju»e 3, 1862, Francis Breck, M.D., 

of Worcester. They have (i) La Guild, b. Feb. 29, 1872. 
555 Harriet,® b. April 14, 1816; m. May 4, 1837, George Lee, of Attleborough; 
now resides at Tewksbury, Mass. Children: (i) Mary Augusta, \>. Oct. 
18, 1839; (2) George Andreiv, b. Oct. 29, 1843, ^- April 26, 1847; (3) Wil- 
liam Henry, b. Nov. 21, 1847. 

201 

Amasa Guild ^ {Joseph,^ Joseph^ Samuel^ yohn^)^^ox\ of Joseph 
and Miriam (Draper) Guild, born at Dedham, Mass., Nov. 23, 1768, 
married, Nov. 17, 1793, Rebecca Whiting, daughter of Joshua and 
Elizabeth (Pond) Whiting. She was born July 4, 177 1, and died Jan. 
13, 1862. He was a blacksmith at Dedham, and died there Oct. 4, 
1802. 

Children born in Dedham : 

-J-S56 Joseph,® b.Sept. 20, 1794; m. Sarah H. Smith. 

557 Abigail Mason,® b. Dec. 13, 1796; d. Sept. 6, 1812. 
-{-558 Jason,® b. May 28, 1799; m. Sarah E. Shepard. 

559 Rebecca,® b. Nov. 13, 1801 ; m. Nov. 22, 1827, Edward Metcalf, son of Sam- 
uel and Mary (White) Richards, of Dedham. He was born in Boston, 
July 31, 1795; d. Dedham. April 3, 1865. Children born in Dedham : 
(i) Henry White (Richards), b. Nov. 7, [828; m. ist, Sept. 7, 1S68, Mary 
Frances Gragg, of Roxbury, who was born June 30, 1839, died Aug. 
14 tS8o ; m. 2d, March 13, 1883, Eliza Cobb, of Barnstable, who 
was born Oct. 16, 1841, died Feb. 23, 1885. He is a book-keeper in 
the Atlas National Bank, of Boston, and resides at Dedham. Child : 
(I) Francis Grag^, b. Aug. 14, x88o. 

(2) Mary Rebecca (Richards), b. July 16, 1832 ; m. Oct. 9, 1856, George 

Franklin Fisher, of Dedham, who was born Sept. 2, 1830. They 
have (I) Annie Richards, b. Dedham, Feb. 27, 1S58. 

(3) Edward Francis {\<\z\^'3.xA^), b. Nov. 13, 1836; d. Dedham, July 15, 

1882; m. Nov. 17, 1868, Clara Elizabeth Richards, of Dedham, who 
was born Dec. 9, 1843. He served three years in the War of the 
Rebellion, enlisting as corporal of Company F, and being promoted 
to quartermaster of the i8th Massachusetts Volunteers. 

(4) Sarah Elizabeth (Richards), b. April 20, 1839; d. Dedham, Sept. 17, 

1884, unmarried. 



82 GUILD GENEALOGY. 



202 



Abner Gv\hT>^ (y^oscp/i,* Joseph^ Samuel^ John'^)^ %ox\ oi Joseph 
and Miriam (Draper) Guild, born in Dedliam, Mass., Aug. 17, 1772, 
married, Nov. 27, 1800, Sophia Hall, daughter of Dr. Percival and 
Margaret (Ware) Hall, of Boston. She was born May 5, 1774, and 
died Aug. 8. 1858, He was captain of the Dedham Light Infantry in 
the War of 1812, and was subsequently promoted to be colonel of a 
regiment. He was a cabinet maker at Dedham, and died there July 
6, 1843. 

Children : 

560 Margaret,® b. Boston, March 20, 1803 ; m. June 2, 1828, Sylvester Wheaton 

Talbot, who was born at Dighton, Mass., Aug. 26, 1799; d. Richmond, 
Va., April 19. 1S47. He was a jeweler, and a member of the Unitarian 
church at Dedham. where his widow now resides. Children : (i) George 
Guild b. Feb. 22, 1S30; d. Aug. 28, 1S30. (2) Attn Sof^ia, h. Oct. 28, 
1833; d. .Sept. 20, 1834. (3) Henry Sylvester, b. Aug. 25, 1S36. (4) George, 
b. Dec. 5. 1S38; d. Sept. 2, 1839. (5) Mary Lydia, b. March 12, 1843./ 
(6) Sylvester Wheaton, b. Aug. 31, 1846; d. Aug. 29, 1849. 

561 George R.,*^ b, Dec. i, 1804; d. Sept. 21. 1820. 

562 Sophia,'' b. Aur. 29, 1807 ; d. Feb. 8, 1867, unmarried. 

563 Abner Percival.^^ b. .Aug. 17, 1810 ; d. Bangor, Me., Aug. 10, 1864; m. May 

2, 1839, Rebecca H. Wellington, of Bangor. He was a druggist at Ban- 
gor. Children : 

(564) Emma Lucretia^ b. Feb. 18, 1S40; m. Oct. 24, 1864, Horace Sedg- 

wick Dodd, who is a cotton broker at Boston, Mass.; resides 43 
Moreland St., Roxbury. Children: (i) Margaret Eliot, b. Dec. 8, 
18S6; (2) Walter Sedgtoick. b. Feb. 5, 1S6S ; (3) Jack Wellington, b. 
March 28, 1876; (4) ^Rebecca, b. May 30, 1881. 

(565) Frederick Heiirv, ^ b. Oct. 23. 1846; d. Sept. 29, 1847. 

(566) Virginia Mav~' b. May 24, 1S5S ; m. Boston, Sept., 1881, Dr. Benjamin 

Sharp, of Philadelphia. Children: [i) Dorothy, b. July 17, 1S82 ; 
(2) Benjaviin Karl, b. Nov. 17, 1884. 
567 Henrietta,^ b. Feb. 7, 1815 ; d. March 25, 1874, unmarried. 

203 

Calvin Guild ^ {Joseph,* Joseph^ Samuel,^ yohn'^), son of Joseph 
and Miriam (Draper) Guild, born in Dedham, Mass., July 6, 1775, 
married, first, Lendamine Draper, daughter of Major Abijah and 
Desire Draper. She was born March 30, 1780, and died Oct. 26, 1823. 
He married, second, Widow Mehitable Fuller, of Dedham. He 
was a hatter, merchant and auctioneer at Dedham, and served the 
county as sheriff. He died at Dedham, April 25, 1858. 

Children : 

-{-568 Francis,^ b. Sept. 4. 1801 ; m. ist, Caroline E. Covell ; 2d, Lauretta Taft. 
569 Lendamine Draper,'' b. Sept. 29, 1803 ; m. Sept. 8, 1S30, Ezra Wood Taft, 
who was born in Uxbridge, Aug. 26, 1800. He was a successful cotton 
manufacturer, and president of the bank at Dedham ; died Feb. 8, 1885. 
Children: (i) Joscphiis h. ]\iv\q 18. 1831 ; m. Ann Eliza Shaw ; is teller 
at the Shawniut Bank, Boston. Children: (I) Charles Ezra, b. }\\\v 11, 
1863; (U) Adelaide Shaiv, b. June 21, 1865, d. Dec. 10, 1867; .(ill) Ar- 
thur Guild, b. July 12, 1S69. (2) Edwin JVheaton, b. March 24, 1S33; m. 
Sarah Francis Southwick; is a jeweler at Newburyport, Mass. Children : 



POSTERITY OF JOHN GUILD OF DEDHAM. 83 

(I) Frank Edifiti, b, June 14, 186S; (II) Letia Mae, b. Feb. 24, 1874. d, 
Jan. 12, 1876; (III) A'lit/i Mac, b. Oct. 24, 1876. (3) Conielim Abbott, h. 
Nov. 30, 1S34; m. Dec, 1S71, Maria Louise, daughter of Moses and Ol- 
ive (Guild) Koyd; is employed in a bank. Children : (I) Ella Louise, b. 
Dec. 2i, 1874; (\l) Harris Abbott, b. June 29, 1876, d. Sept. 14, 1884. (4) 
J\linerva Lendamine, b. Aug. 25, 1838. (5) Lotiisa Adelaide, b. March 20, 
1840; m, George Marsh, who is a druggist at Dedham. Children: (I) 
Theodore TafI, b. March 23, 1S6S ; {\\) Alice Frances, b. May 2,1869; 
{\\\) Louise Taft, b. March 6, 1874. [d] Ezra I'letcher, b. March 30, 
1846; m. June 15, 1877, Emma Howe, daughter of Theodore L. Brown. 
He graduated at Amherst College in 1867. Children : (I) Theodore How- 
ard, b. April 8, 1880; (II) Fletcher Wood, b. July 30, 1884. 

570 Amasa,^ b. Oct. 12, 1805; died young. 

571 Emeline,^ b. Jan. 17, 1807; d. Dec. 11, 1809. 
■4-572 Calvin,*' b. Nov. 22, 1808; m. Margaret Taft. 

573 Cornelia," b. March 29, 1810; m. Sept. 4, 1849, John Shorey, who was a 
merchant in Boston, and died Sept. 4, 1849. Children : (i) Johti Calvin, 
b. Feb. 20, 1836; d. Dec. 2, 1862. (2) Frank Hoivard, b. March 2, 1837; 
d. Jan. 24, 1863. (3) Cornelia, b. July 31, 1S39; m. Henry O. Hildreth. 
(4) Theodore, b. May 8, 1841; drowned June 18, 1S53. (5) Sarah Annie, 
b. Nov. 27, 1844. (6) Isabella Safford, b. Nov. 30, 1847; i"- George H. 
Cheever, 
-4-574 Nathaniel Metcalf,^ b. July 21, 1810; m. Mary Messenger. 

575 Abigail,*^ b. Aug 9, 1814; died. 

576 Nancy,*' b. Oct. 20, 1818; unmarried. 

577 Lucretia,^ b. March 3, 1823; d. June 2, 1832. 

205 

Samuel Guild ^ {Samuel,* Joseph,^ Samuel,^ John'^), son of Samuel 
and Sarah (Smith) Guild, born in Dedham, Mass., Nov. 2, 1766, mar- 
ried, 1791, Annie Hoadley, who was born Nov. 8, 1771, and died 
Sept. II, 1847. He lived at Bellows Falls, Vt., and died there Sept. 
29, 1817. 

Children : 

+ 578 Samuel,^ b. Oct. 29, 1793; '^- Roxana Stevens. 

579 Annie,^ b. June 5, 1796; m. Oct. 18, 1817, John Blake, of Alstead, N. H., 

who was a farmer at Claremont, N. H. Children : (i) Sarah Ann, b. 
July 21, 1818; m. July 3, 1844, Albert B. Williamson, and had (I) Johji 
B.\\i. April 29, 1845; (II) Charles H., b. Oct. 10, 1847; (HI) George D., 
b. 1856, died young. (2) Mary Jane, b. Oct. 14, 1820. (3) John S., b. 
Oct. 15, 1820. (4.) Samuel G., b. Aug. i, 1823; d. Oct. 10, 1S33. (5) 
Charles H.,b. June iS, 1825. (6) Seth, b. March 12, 182S. (7) Edzvin M., 
h. Aug. 19, 1830. (8) Harry G., b. Nov. 10, 1832. (9) Albert A., b. Aug. 
I, 1835; d. Nov. 20, 1863. (10) William, b. May 11,1838; d. July 27, 
1839. 

580 Sally Smith,6 b. April 26, iSoi ; was a milliner at Bellows Falls for fifty 

years ; died there, unmarried, Aug. 27, 1878. 

581 Laura,^ b. Feb. 4, 1803; d. Charlestown, N. H. , March 2, 1874 ; m. June 29, 

1S25, John G. Wightman, of Walpole, N. H., who resides at Bellows Falls, 
Vt. Children: (i) Henry G., b. April 7, 1840; m. Harriet Gates. Chil- 
dren: (I) Carrie L., b. Oct. 8, 1855; (II) George A., b. April 6, i86r; 
(III) Walter, b. July 12, 1866. (2) John A., b. Jan. 6, 1843; d. Charles- 
town, N. H., Jan. 27, 1875. '3) Ajina L., b. Jan. 6, 1843; m. John F. Hor- 
ton, and resides at I)revvsville, N. H. 

582 Lucy,® b. Feb. 4, 1807; resides at Bellows Falls, unmarried. 

583 Harriet," b. Feb. 15, 1808; d. Bellows Falls, Vt., May 2, 1S37. 

584 Betsey Rowena,^ b. June 20, 1811. 



84 GUILD GENEALOGY. 

585 Emily Augusta,* b. Jan. 20, 1813; m. Sept. 15, 1835, Harrison G. Smart, of 
Washington, N. H. They reside at Garnersville, Iowa. Children: (i) 
Gtcrge Nan-iso>i,h. Dec. 15, 1837; (2) Hayriel A., b. Nov. 28, 1839; (3) 
Charles //., b. Oct. 29, 1845; (4) Selma H., b. March 15, 1849; (5) Emma 
Jane, b. Sept. 4, 1852, 



206 

RuFUS Guild* (Samuel,'^ yoseph^ Samuel^ John'^)^ son of Samuel 
and Sarah(Sinith)Guild, born in Dedham, Mass., Nov. 3,1 766, married, 
1798, Mary Hoadley, who died Oct., 1865. He lived at Bellows 
Falls, Vt., and died there, Jan. 27, 1848. 

Children : 

586 Rufus,* b. 1799; d. June 13, 1867; m. June 10, 1S28, Widow Elizabeth 
Johnson. Children : (587) Catherine Cutler^ m. Nov. 6, 1856, Walter 
Jones, of Medfield, Mass., who died Jan. 20, 1867. Children :(i) Charles 
Walter, b. April 2, 1858; (2) William Henry, b. June 13, i860; (3) Carrie 
Bcekman, b. June 6, 1865. (588) Charlotte Tucker,"^ m. Nov. 21, 1849, 
John Locke, and had (i) Catherine E., b. Aug. 8, 1850. (5S9) Mary 
AilelaineJ (590) Charles Rufiis,' h. Dec. 10, 1834 ;d. May 15, 1861. (591) 
Annie Isabella^' h. Dec. 8, 1S38; m. Sept. 17, 1866, Charles M. Gove, of 
Chicago, III. 

592 Mary Adelaine," b. March i, 1802; m. Albert Brackett, of Newton. 

593 Roswell Smith,'' d. 1834, unmarried. 

"I" 594 Josiah,'' m. Eleutheria Derby; resides in Rochester, N. Y. ; is a shoe dealer. 
595 Maria,** b. May 19, 1813; m. ist, April 4, 1S30. Luther Phillips, who died 

June 22, 1830; m. 2d, Dec. 27, 1S36, Paul Pitch. Children: (i) Herbert 

E., b. Feb. 5, 183S, m. June, i860, Rowena Mosher; (2) Sarah M., b. 

Oct. 13, 1840, m. Oct. 31, i860, George Walker; (3) William G., b. Jan. 

14, 1844; (4) Afary A., b. Oct. 21, 1847; (5) Annie /.,b. Nov. 15, 1849; 

(6) Edward W., b. Jan. 18, 1854; (7) Charles C, b. March 28, 1856, d. 

April 30, 1S56; (8) Lizzie E., b. Feb. 14, 1858. 
-f-596 William,'' b. May 5, 1816; m. Lydia A. Drew. 



215 

Heman Guild® {Heman,*' Joseph,^ Samuel,^ yohn M, son of Heman 
and Sarah (Taunt) Guild, born Aug. 28, 1789, married, July 19, 1812, 
Hannah Green, of Dedham. 

Children : 

597 Heman," b. Needham, May 21, 1814; d. Dedham, Feb. i, 18S6; m. Eunice 
Quinn. He was an engineer at l)edham for many years. Children : 
(597 a) Otis S.,' b. April 4, 1841 ; m. ; served in Co. F, i8th Mass. 

Vols. (597 b) Oscar S.,' b. Oct. 14, 1845; d. Feb. i, 1862. 
+598 Harrison," b. June 26, 1815; m. Olive Bell. 

599 Beulah,'' b. ; m. Dec. 29, 1844, Oliver P. Wood. 

600 Mary Jane," b. ; m. Rose; resides Hornellsville, N. Y. 

601 F"ranklin,''' resides Hornellsville, N. Y. 

602 Sarah E.," m. Dec. lo, 1S43, Nathaniel Shepard, of Canton. 

603 A daughter, m. John Simmons. 



POSTERITY OF JOHN GUILD OF DEDHAM. 85 

238 

Benjamin Guild ^ (Benjamin,^ 7ohn,^ yohn,"^ yohn'^)^ son of Ben- 
jamin and Abigail (Graves) Guild, baptized April 30, 1749, married, 
May 27, 1784, Elizabeth Quincy, daughter of Colonel Josiah and 
Elizabeth (Waldron) Quincy. She was born Dec. 27, 1857, and died 
Aug., 1825. He graduated at Harvard College in 1769, and was 
engaged as a tutor there from 1776 to 1780; was a member of the 
American Academy of Arts and Sciences, and for some time a preach- 
er, but he subsequently opened a bookstore on Cornhill (now Wash- 
ington street), Boston, which he kept for several years. He died 
Sept., 1792. 

Children : 

+604 Benjamin,*' b. May 8, 1785; m. Eliza Eliot. 
605 Josiah Quincy,'^ b. March 19, 1787. In early life he went to Alabama, where 

he married, but left no children. 
606,® Eliza Ann,6 b. April 8, 1789; died, unmarried. 



241 

John Guild* {Benjamin,* jfohn^ jfohn^ yohn'^), son of Benjamin 
and Abigail (Graves) Guild, born in Wrentham, Mass., Oct. 16, 1755, 
married, July 7, 1782, Nancy Druce, who died July 4, 1854, age 99 
years. 

Children : 

607 Polly,^ b. March 21, 1783; m. Dec. 14, 1808, Oliver Allen, of Mansfield, 
Mass. 
+608 Amherst,® b. May 28, 1784; m. Lucy Holmes. 

609 Nancy,® d. May, 1865; m. Isaac Hunt, of Walpole, who died 1840. 

244 

Ebenezer Guild* {Ebmezer* John^ yohn^ yohn^), son of Eben- 
ezer and Margaret (Pond) Guild, born in West Wrentham, Mass., 
Aug. 16, 1747, married, Dec. 3, 1772, Lydia Whittemore, of Need- 
ham, who died April 9, 18 19. He was a farmer at Franklin, Mass., 
and died there Sept. 26, 1822. 

Children : 

610 Polly,® b. Oct. ID, 1773; m. March 4, 1793, Clifford Crowningshield. 
-f6ii William,® b. Oct. 13, 1775; i"- Waitstill Ware. 

6i2 Esther,® b. Oct. 20, 1777; m. John Johnson. 

613 Lucy,® b. June 29, 17S1; d. in Indiana; m. Rev. Samuel Cutler, who was 
born July 24, 1776, at Barre, and left four sons and one daughter. 
+614 John,® b. May 23, 1783; m. Lois Rounds. 
-j-615 Ebenezer,® b. Jan, 23, 1786; m. Hephzibah Russell. 
-j-616 Timothy,® b. Oct. 7, 1791 ; m. Esther Smith. 
617 Lydia,® b. April 23, 1795; m. Dec. i, 1814, Albert B. Lee, of Cumberland, 
R. I. 



86 GUILD GENEALOGY. 



245 



Jqseph Guild" {Ebenezer* John^^ yjhn^ yohn"^), son of Ebenezer 
and Margaret (Pond) Guild, born in West Wrentham, Mass., Sept. 
14, 1748, married, Jan. 12, 1819, Rececca Pierce, of Rehoboth, who 
died Feb. 3, 1842. He died at Franklin, Mass., Jan. 12, 18 19. 

Children : 

-)-6i8 Reuben," b. Dec. 12, 1770; m. ist, Rachel Cook; m. 2d, Susan Dunham. 

619 Margaret,*' b. Oct. 29, 1772; d. Dec, 1S33. 

620 Noah,*^ b. Oct. 2, 1874; d. Dec. 24, 1776. 

621 Rebetca,°b. Nov. i, 1777; m. Nov. 27, iSoo, Jonathan Pierce, of Rehoboth. 

622 Rhoda,** b. May 27, 1780; in. Sept. 23, 1798, Nathan Pierce, of Rehoboth; 

had eleven children. 

623 Nancy,'' b. Nov. 8, 1782; m. ist, Dec. i, 1803, Philip Flancock ; m 2d, Jesse 

Miller, of Franklin. Children by first husband: (i) Daniel .1/., b. Dec. 
24, 1807; m. Sept. 18, 1824, Rachel J. Miller. {2) Joseph S., b. Dec. 23, 
1809; d. Jan. II, 183S; m. April, 1833, C. M. Pike. (3) Nancy Guild, b. 
June 13, 18 14; d. Sept. 9, 1862; m. May i, 1834, Washington Pierce. 

624 Joseph,** b. Nov. 8, 1786. 

249 

Samuel Guild* {Ebenezer,^ yohn^ yjhn^ yj/m"^), son of Ebenezer 
and Margaret (Pond) Guild, born in West Wrentham, Mass., Dec. 13, 
1762, married, April 17, 1783, Ruth Morse, of Medway, who died 
Sept. 28, 1839, ^S^ 75 years. He was a farmer, and deacon of the 
Baptist church at West Wrentham, and died there Dec. 25, 1840. 

Children : 

+625 Lewis,'' b. April 28, 1783; m. Sally Wait. 

626 Phebe,*' b. Feb. 8, 1785; d. May 13, 1812; m. May 19, 1S04, Jonathan Clif- 
ford, of Holliston. 
6.'.^ Betsey,'' b. Nov. 17, 1786; m. Pascal D. Spears, and moved West. 
628 Samuel,*^ b. June 24, 1788; died young. 
-(-629 Cyrus," b. Dec. 30, 1789 ; m. ist, Olive Haskell; 2d, Amy Pierce. 
4-630 Samuel," b. Aug. 6, 1792; m. Lepha ILiskell. 

631 Ruth,'' b. Oct. 30, 1794; m. ist, March 10, 1S13, Lemuel Scott; m. 2d, Har- 
low Fisher, of Franklin. Children by first husband: 
(i) Gilbert S., b. Aug. 29, 1814; d. about iSSo. 

(2) Ilarriet Nc-well, b. Oct. 25, 1S15; d. Hopedale, Mass., Dec. 10, 1870; 

m. Wrentham, April 30, 1837, Stephen Albee, who was born in So. 
Milford, May i, 1812, died July 5, 1SS2. He was a painter at Hope- 
dale, Mass. Children: (I) Stef/u-n Chapin, b. So. Milford, June 
21, 1S39; d. Feb. 24, 18S0. (II) Harriet Am,i/ti/a,h. March 18, 1S42; 
m. 1st, June 12, 1864, Wilson .S. .Stafford; m. 2d, Edgar Johnson ; 
she is an amanuensis in New York. Children : (A) 15. E. D. (Staf- 
ford), b. Feb. 25, 1866, resides in Hopedale; (H) Lottie May (John- 
son), b. July 12, 1S76, d. Aug, 1S77. (Ill) L/a Ddinotte, b. Oct, 10, 
1847; m. May 28, 1872, Frederick E. Smith, who is manager of the 
Hopedale livery. Children: (A) .Stephen Frederick, b. Aug. 20, 
1873; (H) Henry Lewis, b. May 15, 1878; (C) Eliza Smith, b. May 
14, 1882. (IV) diaries Sumner, b. Hojiedale, Feb. 9. 1857; m. Aug, 
18, 18S0, Delia Myrtle Stone, of Marlboro, N. H. He is a painter 
at Milford, Mass, Children: (A) Frank Lester, b, Sept. 28, 18S1, 
d. Oct. 14, 1881; (B) Lottie Idella, b. April 29, 18S3; (C) Ethel 
Vinan, b. March 12, 1885; (D) Stephen Harold, b. Dec. 9, 1886. 

(3) Syh'anus C, b. Aug, 2, 1S19; went to Mexico, and was never heard 

from. 



POSTERITY OF JOHN GUILD OF DEDHAM. 87 

(4) George W., b. Oct. 7, 1820. 
 (5) Dardon Ellts, b. Oct. 11, 1822; d. ; his widow, Mrs. Lucinda Ad- 

ams, resides at Norfolk, Mass. 

(6) Rtith, b. Dec. 29, 1823; m. Tillingliast, and lives at Hebronville, 

Mass. 

(7) Ann Eliza, b. March 3, 1825; d. ; m. Anderson Gordon. 

(8) Charles H., b. Feb. 9, 1827; resides at East Providence, R. I. 

(9) Lucinda L., b. July 7, 1828; d. 

(id) Sarah Jane, b. Jan. 5, 1S30; d. Milford, 1S71 ; m. David Norton. 
Children : (I) Wallace E., resides in Fitchburg ; (11) Anna M, 

(11) Lemuel Anderson, b. Aug. 19, 1831 ; m. Feb. 26, 1S68, Eliza Maria, 

daughter of John A. and Eliza (Jewett) Lovering, of Georgetown, 
Mass. She was born April 22, 1833; died in Boston, March 3, 1869. 
He is a physician at Boston. Child : (I) Eliza Lovering, b. Boston, 
Feb. 9, 1869; resides in Provincetown, Mass. 

(12) Susan E., b. Feb. 17, 1833; d. ; m. Ezra Pierson, who resides at 

West Mtdway, Mass. 

(13) William W.,\). Sept .23, 1835; died young. 

632 Rachel," b. March 19, 1797. 

633 Polly,'' b. Oct. 31, 1798; in. April 4, 1819, Rev. George W. Appleton; moved 

to Illinois. Children: (i) Ann, (2) Martha, (3) Joseph. 
4-63^ Benjamin,*' b. April 12, iSoi ; m. 1st, Lorinda Lazell ; m. 2d, Mary Bosworth. 
-1-635 Joel,^ b. May 4, 1806; m. Eliza Foster. 

636 Chloe,'^ b. June 30, i8i2;m. Sept., 1S59, George Wellman; no children. 

637 Nancy,*' b. ; in. James O. Brown ; liad eleven children. One daughter, 

Mrs. Emeline A. Thompson, resides in West Medway . 

251 

Otis Guild » ( Timothy* John,^ John,^ John i), son of Timothy 
and Jane (Davis) Guild, born at Wrentham, Mass., July 28, 1763, 
married, Jan. 7, 1788, Lois Robinson, of Attleborough, who was born 
Nov. II, 1766, and died March 7, 1843. They lived six years in 
Sharon, Conn.; but in 179S, a neighbor moving west, he volunteered 
to drive an ox-team for him a distance of seven hundred miles. Being 
so well pleased with the country, he purchased a farm and moved 
his family the following spring, the journey occupying thirty days. 
He arrived at Mesopotamia, Trumbull Co., Ohio, March, iSoo, hav- 
ing, for a considerable portion of the way, to cut a road through the 
woods. Arriving at his " lot," he put up blankets for a shelter until 
he could build a log house. By constant and hard labor he cleared 
the land and made an excellent farm, upon which he passed the re- 
mainder of his days. He died there Feb. 21, 1839. 

Children : 

638 Jerusha," b. April 9, 1789; d. April 17, i860; m. May 2, 181 5, Nathan Han- 

chett, of Sharon, Conn. No children. 

4-639 Oliver Rotjinson,** b. July 8, 1791 ; m. Mary Chappell. 

-i-640 Jarius,'' b. April 10, 1793; ""• '^t, Laura Walcott; 2d, Betsey M. Phelps; 
3d, Mrs. Elizabeth Story. 

4-641 Albert," b. Aug. 30, 179S; m. 1st, Elizabeth Godfrey; 2d, Sarah A. Fair- 
banks. 

642 Charlotte,^ b. Sept. 24, 1801 ; m. Nov. 27, 1821, Flavel Sheldon, who was 

born in Southampton, Dec. 9, I79i,and died July 30, 1832. Children : 
'\\) Marietta, \y. "S&^i. 15, 1S22; [z) Lois Keziah, b. Aug. 10, 1S24; {3) 
Caroline Aurelia. b. Nov. 5, 1828. 

643 Oswin,'' b. March 3, 1S04; lives at Mesopotamia, Ohio. 

644 Aurelia,'' b. Feb. 5, 1807; d. Dec. 29, 1809. 

645 Aurelia,'^ b. Dec. 30, 1809; d. Oct. 30, 1827. 



88 GUILD GENEALOGY. 

256 

Samuel Guiid ^ {Samuel,"^ yohn^ jfohn^ John ^), son of Samuel and 
Ruth (Nims) Guild, born at Leyden, Mass., Jan. 22, 1762, married at 
Leyden, Mass., Sept. 23, 1780, Lydia Esen, who died Dec. 25, 1806, 
age 45 years. He died at West Winfield, N. Y., July 7, 1844. 

Children : 

646 Lydia Esen.'^ b. Leyden, Au^. 8, 17S3 ; d. Nov. 13, 1855; m. March, 1802, 

Adijah Fowler, who was born in West Winfield, N. Y., March 12, 17S2, 

and was a farmer at Bridgewater, Oneida County, N. Y., until 1S16, when 

he moved to No. Cohocton, Steuben County, where he built the first grist 

mill. He was always ready to help in all manufacturing enterprises to 

build up the town. He died there, Jan. 14, 1S49. Children : 

(i) /4 //«;>(? (Fowler), b Dec. 13, 1802; m. ist, Jan., 1821, Daniel Colby, 

a farmer at No. Cohocton; m. 2d, June, 1S22, John Waite. Child: 

(I) Daniel Colby [WtsaKq.], b. March 2,1823; m., 1S46, Elizabeth 

Crouch. He was a farmer at No. Cohocton; died in Jackson, Mich. 

Children: (A) John, b. 1S48 ; (B) Eva, b. 1851, resides in Jackson, 

Mich. 

(2) N'orHian Guild {Fo\\\cx), b. Oct. 16, 1806; m. May 14, 1828. Altana, 

daughter of John and Phebe (Pelton) Nicholson, born at Pulteney, 
N, Y., Feb. 8, 1813. He is a retired farmer at Saline, Mich. Chil- 
dren: (I) Mtiry Ann (Fowler), b. Cohocton, Jan. 30, 1831 ; d. May 
5, 1851 ; m. Jan. i, 1850, Horace F. Parsons, who was born Oct. 22, 
1822, and is a farmer at Saline. Children : (A) Evelyn, b. April 
5, 1851; m. March 4, 1S74, Mary Elizabeth, daughter of Thomas 
and Alary (McClinlock) liaxter. He is a farmer at Kalamo, Eaton 
Co., Mich. Children : (a) Mary Altana, b. >Larch 16, 1S75; (b) Olto 
Dell, b. Feb. 10, 1S77; (c) Melburn, b. March 21, 1879; (<i) Ola 
May, b. July 12, 1882; (e) b. Oct. 21. 18S6. (II) Nelson Maul- 

ten (Fowler), b. May 15, 1829 ; d. March 30, 18S1 ; m. Dec. 28, 1S56, 
Almira Forbes. He was a farmer at Saline. Children : (.\) Willis 
Milton, b. Aug. 8, 1S62; m. Sept. 30, 1S86, Ethel Pennington, who 
was born in Macon, Mich., May 4. 1866. He is a farmer at Saline. 
(B) Eugene Everett, b. Feb. 8, 1S64; m. Oct. 16. 1SS4, Flora Lillian 
Isabell, b. Bridgewater, Mich., Feb. 3, 1866. He is a farmer at Sa- 
line. Child : (a) Lyle Winfred, b. May 4, 18S6. (HI) John Robert 
(Fowler), b. Saline, Dec. 4, 1833; m. Jan. 12, 1S60, Nancy Amelia 
Newcomb, b. Aug. 21, 1844. He is a contractor and builder at Ann 
Arbor, Mich. Children ; (A) Elsie Adelia, b. Saline, Oct. 6, 1S63; 
m. March 7, 18S3, John J. Orr, who was born at Tecumseh, Mich., 
Dec. 4, 1855. and is a druggist and member of the Presbyterian 
church at Tecumseh. Child: (a) Ralph Hugh, b. April 13, 1884. 
(B) Kittie Dell, b. Aug. 28, 1865; d. Feb. 7, 1874. (C) Walter 
Newcomb, b. Oct. i, 1867. (D) Nettie Maud, b. June 17, 1875. (E) 
Ella Blanche, b. Tecumseh, Nov. 17,1881. (IV) Cr.f^?;; (Fowler), 
b. March 21, 1836: d. April 27, 1837. (V) Elsie Maria (Fowler), b. 
Jan. 5, 1S39; m. Jan. 12, i860, Harrison Ward Bassett, who was 
born in Stafford, N. Y., July S, 1S32, and is a farmer and surveyor 
at Saline. Child: (A) Clifford E., b. Aug. 30. 1863. (Ml)//elen 
Almarette (Fowler), b. Oct. 5. 1844; d. July 15, 1886; m. Wallace 
Edward Humphrey, who was a farmer at Saline, moved to Dakota 
in the spring of 18S0, engaged in the real estate business, and died 
Aug. 16. 1883. Children: (A) Flora, b. Feb. 10, 1866; (B) Daisy, 
b. Aug. 21, 1871. 

(3) Emily (Fowler), b. June 13, 1809; m. No. Cohocton, N. Y., Oct. 3, 

1826, Salmon L. Haight, b. Leyden, N. Y., Feb. 22, 1S05, d. Te- 
cumseh, Mich., Feb. 10, 1881. He was a farmer at Saline, Mich. 
Children: (I) Almira Sophia (Haight), b. No. Cohocton, April 18, 



POSTERITY OP JOHN GUILD OF DEDHAM. 89 

1828; d. Saline, Feb. 4, 1836. (II) Henry Jerome (Haight), b. July 
14, 1830; m. Feb. 22, 1854, Mary Elizabeth Stevenson, b. Waterloo, 
N. Y., Dec. 30, 1832. He is a farmer at Mason, Mich. Child : (A) 
Clara Virginia, b. Saline, Dec. 8, 1854; m. Feb. 2, 1876, Frank Ira 
Darling, b. Mason, Dec. 26, 1S53. He is a lawyer and special pen- 
sion examiner at Alaedon (P. O. Mason). Children : (a) Ralph 
Emerson, b. Dec. 12, 1876; (b) Harry Jerome, b. July 25, 1878; (c) 
Grace Eva, b. July 10, t886. (IH) Adijah Newton (Haight), b. July 
17, 1S33; d. Saline, July 10, 1872. (IV) Lydia Maria (Haight), b. 
Saline, May 17, 1835; "i- 'st, May 4, 1S70, George Washington 
Hamilton, who died June 10, 1874; m. 2d, Oct. 7, 1886, Ezra C. 
Coryell, who is a farmer at Tecumseh, Mich. Child : (A) Emiiie 
May ( Hamilton), b. Feb. 7, 1873. (V) Alonzo (Haight), b. Sept. 
27, 1837; a member of Com]:)any H, 20th Michigan Infantry, was 
killed at Knoxville, Tenn., November 29, 1S63, while charging the 
enemy's works. (VI) Samuel (Haight), b. March 26, 1841 ; m. Oct. 
Qth, 1862, Louisa McBride, b. Milan, Mich., Jan. 16, 1S43. He was 
a farmer several years; is now foreman of a planing mill at Tecum- 
seh. Children: (A) Alonzo Walter, b. Saline, April 9, 1864; is a 
book-keeper at Adrian, Mich. (B) Mary Emily, b. Dundee, July 7, 
1871. (VII) Melvtn (Haight), b, July 27, 1S43; m. Nov. 20, 1S65, 
Adella Comstock, b. Marcellus, N. Y., June 13, 1S49. ^^ ^^^^ ^ 
farmer at Tecumseh; since 1S67, at Alaedon, Mich. Child : (A) 
Maud Augusta, b. April 19, 1873. 
(4) Maria Electa(¥ovf\er), b. Sept. 13, 181 1 ; ra. Nov. 25,1830, Aaron Hart- 
well, b. Providence, R. I., March 22, 1800. He was a carpenter and 
undertaker at No. Cohocton. N. Y., and for several years contracted 
for building churches and houses. Children, all born at No. Cohoc- 
ton : (l)Lydia Ann (Hartwell ), b. June 7, 1S33; d. Naples, N.Y., Dec. 

1, i860; m. May i, 1850, Dwight Zephney, son of W^aldo and Abigail 
(Watkins) Curtis. He was born in Naples, N. Y., Dec. i8, 1827; is a 
farmer and occasional preacher in the M. E. church; resides at Mt. 
Pleasant, Mich. Children: (A) Franklin Dwight, b. Cohocton. N.Y., 
April 7, 1852; m. ist, Mary Malwright, who died Aug. 29, 18S0; m. 
2d, Aug. 9, 1882, Mary Ada Lappen, b. No. Crosby, Ont., Nov. 14, 
1858. He is engaged in the bakery and grocery business at Muske- 

gan, Mich. Children : (a) Florence Lydia, b. Grass Lake. Mich., 
Oct. 5, 1S70; (b) Franklin Joseph, b. Italy, N. Y., Nov. 4,1871; (c) 
May Pearl, b. Grass Lake, Nov. 12, 1874; (d) Charles Christopher, 
b. Eaton, Mich., Aug. 7, 1879; (^) Mary Green, b. Pentwater, Aug. 

2, 1884. (B) Aaron Waldow, b. Naples, N. Y., Oct. 13, 1853; d. 
Aug. 6, 1854. (C) Mary Augusta, b. Grass Lake, May 18, 1855; 
m. April 6.1S76, Lewis McDougal Winters, who was born at Raisin- 
ville, Mich., April 6, 1852, and is a clerk at Pottersville, Mich. Chil- 
dren : (a) Grace May, b. May 2, iSSi; (b) Edith Dell, b. May 28, 
1885. (D) Anson Philetus, b. Naples, May 17, 1857; m. Nov. 12, 
1879, Eliza Jane Craig, b. Antrim. Ireland, March 20, 1856. He is 
agrocer at Edmore, Mich. (E) Edbert Garry, b. June 24, 1S59; m. 
Nov. 5, 1883, Sena L. Main, b. Brookly*- Mich., 1862. He is a farm- 
er at Mt. Pleasant. Child: (a) Earnest Guy, b. Oct. 16, 18S5; d. 
Oct. 9, 1886. (U) Charles Henry [IhwlwtW), b. July 25, 1S35; d. 
Sept. 25, 1S36. (HI) Emm. I An^ntsta ( Hartwell), b. Sept. 29, 1S37; 
m Dec. 19, 1858, Garry Mallory Osborn, who was born in Windam, 
N. Y.. Nov. It, 1833, and is a farmer at Saline, Mich. Children : 
(A) Lizzie Maria, b. Oct. 18, i860; m. Feb. 22, 1882, Fred Andrew 
Bramin, of Saline, b. July 24. 1862. (B) Minnie Altana, b. Aug. 7, 
1863. (C) Ethel Sarah, b. May 29, 1870. (IV) Jerome Bonaparte 
(Hartwell), b. Sept. 27, 1839; m. 1st, Jan. 10, 1859, Sarah Theresa 
Moore, b. Phelps, N. Y , Sept. 30, 1S36; m. 2d, May 24, 1SS2, Ella 
Susan Butler, b. Bellvue, Mich., Oct. 30. 1854. He served in Com- 
pany F. 6th Michigan Heavy Artillery; has held the offices of jus- 
tice of the peace and postmaster eight years; is now a merchant and 

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90 GUILD GENEALOGY. 

manufacturer at Potterville, Mich. Children: (A) Arthur Moore, 
b. Saline, Nov. 5, 1859; d. March 20, 1864. (IJ) Charles Aaron, b. 
Kaliimo, Jan. 12, 1861 ; d. NLarch 19, 1864. (C) Lottie Electa, b. 
April, 1863; d. March 30, 1864. (I)) Clara Belle, b. Sept. 13, 1S66; 
m. March 7, 1883, John Charles Potter, a salesman at Potterville. 
Child: (a) Harry Oswald, b. Jan. 7. 1884. (E) Nina Etta, b. Pot- 
terville, Aug. 23, 1SS3. (F) Mary Elizabeth, b. March 28, 1SS5. 
(V) /-'niuHni (llarlwell). b. March 5, 1841; m. Saline, Nov. 21. 
1866, Sarah Jane, daughter of Thomas and Mary (Moore) Baxter, 
b. London, Ont., April i, 1S49. He served one year in Company F", 
6th Michigan Heavy Artillery; is now a farmer at Kalamo, Mich. 
Children: (A) Seymour Aaron, b. Greenfield, Ohio, Sept. 7,1867; 
(15) Ernest Alonzo, b. Saline, Jan. 17,1872; (C) Mary Viola, b. 
Nov. 14, 1873; (I^) Mabel Emma, b. Kalamo, Oct. 14, 1875; (E) 
Amy Esther, b. Dec. 8, 18S5. (VI) Sophia Electa (Hartwell),b. 
Jan. 25, 1S43; m. June 29, 1S81, Jonas Frank Croop, who was born 
in Clarence, N. Y., Oct. 10, 1839, and is a carpenter at Potterville, 
Mich. [y\\) Samuel Gutld [\\?iX\.\^^\\), b. Oct. 10, 1846; m. ist, 
Nov. 14, 1867, Ella LeHaron; m. 2d, April 3, 1878, Amelia, daugh- 
ter of John L. and ALary (Whiting) Simmons. lie is a farmer at 
Saline, Mich. Children: (A) Lina, b. Oct. 9, 1869, d. Aug. 26, 1870; 
(B) Grace, b. June 25, 1871; (C) Effie Adell, b. June i, 1879, d. Nov. 
28, 1S81 ; (1)) Benjamin Aaron, b. Oct. 28, i8Si ; (E) Anna Electa, 
b. Aug 31, 1S83. 
(5) Orrisavilla (Fowler), b. Feb. 8, 1S15; d. Lockport, Mich., Feb. 12, 
1851 ; m. Sept. 4, 1836, Samuel Conn. lie was born at Bath, N.Y., 
Sept. 30, 1807; was a merchant at No. Cohocton, N. Y., Lockport 
and Saline, Mich.; died July 25, i86d. Children : (I) Mary Sophia 
(Conn), b. No. Cohocton, Feb. 2, 1838; m. ist, Sept. 10, 1862, Wil- 
liam L. Bowen, who died in Vicksburgh. Miss., Aug. 23, 1864; m. 
2d, Sept. 15, 1869, Egbert Lewis ICllis. He was bo;n in Charlotte, 
Mich.; enlisted in the 6th Michigan Heavy Artillery, August, 1861 ; 
was promoted to be sergeant; was a carjienter at Kalamo, Mich. ; is 
now a farmer at Syracuse, Neb. Children: (A) Henry Clifford, b. 
Kalamo, July 29, 1872; (B)Cora Mildred, b.July3t. 1S76. (H) //<-;> 
ry Clay (Conn), b July 15, 1839; m. Dec. 25, 1865, .Margaret Crook. 
He resides at Brooklyn, N. Y. Children : (.-V) Laura Elizabeth, b. 
New York, Jan. 20, 1867. d. Dec. 2, 1S69; (B) William Wallace, b. 
Tarry town, July 14, 1870; (C) Helena Orissavilla, b. New York, 
Jan. 17, 1S75, d. Jan. 12, 1877 ;( D) Samuel Henry, b. Nov. 3, 1S78. 
(HI) F,ml Cook (Conn), b. Jan. 7, 1843; d. March 11, 1844. (IV) 
Geort^e Evtreti (Conn), b. Lockport, Mich., Feb. 6, 1851 ; d. Feb. 6, 
iS6i". 
(6) Mary Ann (Fowler), b. No. Cohocton, N. Y., July 18. 1S19; m. Jan. 
18, 1S43. Jarius P., son of Reuben and Rebecca (Walker) Slayton, 
of Middlesex, N. Y. He was born March i, 1819; in 1844. moved 
to Penn Van, N. Y., then to Gorham. NY^ ; in 1855. engaged in the 
livery and dry goods business at Lyons, N.Y., until 1861; then moved 
to Tecumseh, Mich., and engaged in the grain and produce business, 
retiring in 1885. Children: (I) Aui^uUiis Whitman, (Slayton), b. 
Dec. 9, 1843; "^ ^ept. 22, 1870, Cynthia .Minerva Goodwin, b. Royal 
Oak, Mich., June 28, 1850. He enlisted in 1862 as a private in 
Company E, i8th Michigan Infantry; was promoted to be private 
secretary of the Medical Director of Kentucky; was provost mar- 
shal's clerk in 1S63; was promoted to be lieutenant of Battery A, ist 
U. S. Colored .Artillery, and adjutant of the .\rtillery Brigade; in 
1866, engaged in the lumber business, at Tecumseli, Mich. He is 
secretary uf the Michigan Flooring and ILmdle Manufacturing Com- 
pany, director in the Tecumseh Celery Company, and member of 
the Presbyterian church and Beers Post, 140 G. A. R. Children: 
(A) Harry Augustus, b. Dec. 15, 1872, d. Aug. 21, 1873; (B) Earle 
Goodwin, b. May 19, 1878; (C) Ethel Virginia, b. Sept. 12, 1884. 



POSTERITY OF JOHN GUILD OF DEDHAM. 91 

(II) Charles Albert (?,\7iy\.on),h. Penn Yan, Oct. 14, 184S; m. Oct. 
•22, 1S79, Alice May Laing, b. Rome, Mich., Aug. 6,1857. He 
succeeded to his father's business at Tecumseh; is a member of the 
Presbyterian church; has been town clerk and justice of the peace. 
Child: (A) William Elmer, b. Oct. 3. 1S83. (U\) .Ifary Fmnces 
(Slayton), b. Feb. 20, 1S50; m. Jan. 6, 1S74, Joseph Edmonson War- 
ring, who was born Dec. 4, 1847. and is a salesman at Tecumseh. 
Children : (A) Lillian Abbie, b. May 14, 1876; (B) Daisy Eloise, b. 
Jan. 23, 1878; (C) Charles Albert, b. Aug. 23, 1880. 

(7) Sa/niiel Guild (¥ovi\qx), b. July 31. 1821; d. No. Cohocton, N. Y., 

March 30, 1S77; m. Susan Clara Cheesbro, who was born May 30, 
1S30, and died Jan. 5, 1873. He took an active part in church affairs. 
Both were members of the M. E. church, and gave their children a 
liberal education. Children: [l] Aloyes /Cent (Fowlerj, b. March 
24, 1849; m. June 5, 18S5, Mary E. Cronk. He graduated in 1872 
from the Syracuse University; resides at No. Cohocton. {il) Frank- 
lin Charles (Fowler), b. Feb. 13. 1851 ; m. Feb. 2, 1882, Jessie L. 
Rice. He is a farmer and justice of the peace at Cohocton, N. Y. 
Child: (A) Susan Jane, b. Dec. 18, 18S5. (HI) George Samuel 
( Fowler), b. May 31, 1853; "^' ^^^^- 20, 1879, Linda Marie, daughter 
of Asa and Mary (Raymond) Adams. He is a farmer at No. Co- 
hocton. Child: (A) Vera Adams, b. Jan. 6, 18S0. (IV) Benjamin 
Augustus (Fowler), b. Lima, N. Y., Nov. 2, 1868. 

(8) John (Fowler), b. July 28, 1825; m. .March 8, 1846, Chloe Karcher, b. 

No. Cohocton, Aug. 16, 1829. He moved from No. Cohocton to 
Saline. Mich., in 1S53, thence to Kalamo in 1854; is now a retired 
farmer. Children : (I) George (Fowler), b. Feb. 2, 1847; enlisted in 
Company H, ist Michigan Light Artillery; died at Nashville, Tenn., 
July 30, 1865. {II) Sarah Elizabeth (Fowler), b. Sept. 9, 1849; ™' 
Feb. 22, 1S67, George Herring. He was born at Marshall, Mich., 
March 9, 1S43 i ^^^^ ^ private in Company D, 7th Michigan Cavalry \ 
is now a farmer at Kalamo, .Mich. Children : (A) Ella Maud, b. Feb. 
8, 1868; (B) Minnie Amelia, b. Sept. 4, 1869; (C) Rose Massetta, b. 
July 2, 1873; (D) Sarah Ethel, b. May, 1S77. (Ill) Mary Sophia 
(Fowler), b. Jan. 7, 1S52; m. Dec. 21, 1873. John Mason. He was 
born at Rockport, Ohio, Jan. 25, 1849; is a farmer at Kalamo (P.O. 
Nashville, Mich.) Children: (A) I'homas Jay, b. Aug. 28, 1875; 
(B) Charles Henrv, b. Dec. 23, 1S76; (C) John Fowler, b. May 27, 
1879; (^) Nellie Chloe, b. Dec. 28, 18S0; (E) Mary Estella, b. Sept, 
26, 1884. (IV) Rose Jerusha (Fowler), b. June 7, 1854; unmarried. 

(V) Johfi Martin {'¥o\\\&x), b. July 10, 1856; m. March 19, 1S80, 
Minnie Altana Osborn. He is a farmer and overseer of the poor 
farm at Charlotte, Mich. Child: (A) Clara Ethel, b. Feb, I, 1883. 

(VI) William Warner (Fowler), b. July 20, 1S59; m. Nov. 16, i88i, 
Ada Bunting, b. Saineshead, Eng., Aug. 22, 1863. He is engaged 
in the meat business at Kalamo, Mich. Child : (A) Warren H., b. 
Dec. 15, 1882. (VII) Charles Alonzo (Fowler), b. Dec. 28, iS6sj 
m. July 25, 18S5, Anna Bunting, b. Saineshead, Eng., Aug. 21, 1862. 
He is a farmer at Clark, Dak. 

647 Samuel,'' b. 1785; d. West Winfield, N. Y., Sept. i, 1S63; m. Dorcas Bent- 

ley, who was born Feb. 12, 1787, and died July 23, 1804. No children. 

648 Philura,° b. Aug. 14, 1788; d. May i, 1811; m. March, 1S06, Amos Hold- 

ridge. He was a farmer at Burlington, Otsego Co., N. Y,, until 
the death of his wife, then went to Groton, Conn., his birthplace. 
Children : 
(i) Austin (Holdridge), b. Feb. 8, 1807; d. Holly, Mich., April 18, 1864; 
m. at Burlington, N. Y., Jan. 19, 1836, Betsey Ann Peck. He went 
to Michigan after his marriage, and for nineteen years previous to his 
death was a farmer at Holly. Children : (I) William Peck( Holdridge), 
b. Ray, Mich., Aug. 27, 1837; m. .A.prii 3, 1S57, Henrietta Lahring. 
He is a farmer on the homestead at Holly. Children : (A) Josephine 
Ann, b. May 26, 1868; [h] ilattie \Y., b, Sept. 17, 1872; (C) Lizzie 



92 . GUILD GENEALOGY. 

C, b. May 6, 1875; (D) Mabel Bessie, b. Feb. 23, 1S77 ; (E) Wil- 
liam Austin, b. April 17,1879; (F) Flossie, b. Feb. 27, iSSi. (II) 
A'utjmuh P/u7ura {llo\dT\dgc). h. Dec. 1,18^9; d. May 19, 1854. 
(Ill) Josephine Lucy ( Holdrirlge), b. Feb. 2s.'iS42; d. May 19, 1S62. 

(2) Philura (Holdridge), m. 1st. June 29, 1819, William Dessant Hock- 

ridge, of Sangersfield, N. Y., who was born in 1799, and died .Sept. 
14, 1S29; m. 2d, Levi Wyman. Children : (I) Rac/u-l Philura (WocV- 
ridge), b. Sequoit, N. Y., May iS, 1821; m. Joel Money, and resides 
at Goodrich, Genesee Co., Mich. (II) Charles William (Hock- 
ridge), b. .Sept. 15, 1S23; d. Goodrich, Mich., July 19, 1S74. (Ill) 
Hester Ann (Hockridge), b. April 20, 1S27 ; d. . (W) A'elson 

./^M.f/'/;/ (Hockridge), b. Jan. i. 1S30; resides at Blue Kidgc, Mo. 
(V) Harriet L. (Wyman) b. 1832; m. 1st, Robert Tompkins; 2d, 
George Worthy; resides at Whitewater, Wis. (VI) Mary (Wy- 
man), m. John Sherman. 

(3) Nelson Richardson (Holdridge), b. Sept. 26, 1809; m. 1st, Harriet, 

daughter of David Hudson; she died at Kay, Mich., Oct. 19, 1S40; 
m 2d. Feb. 3, 1S42, Lucinda, daughter of Peter B. and Anna (Fales) 
Markham; she was born in Palmyra, N. Y., Feb. 4, 1819. Resettled 
as a farmer at Ray, Macomb Co., Mich., in 1833, and died there 
May II, 1887. His wife became blind in 1858, and several of 
the children and grandchildren have been attacked with the same 
trouble (Glaucoma). Children: (I) Harriet Ann (Holdridge), b. 
Feb. II, 1S37. (II) Emma (Holdridge), b. April 14, 1844; d. July 
4, 18^2. (Ill) Ellen Esther (Holdridge), b. Nov. 18, 1845; became 
blind at the age of 20. (W) Mary (Holdridge), b. Nov. 2,1847; 
m. Dec. 10, 1863, Hiram Wyman, who is a farmer at Ray, Mich. 
Children: (A) William, b. Oct. 10, 1864; (B) Gertrude Emma, b. 
Nov. 25, 1866, becanre blind at the age of 12. (V) Sarah (Hold- 
ridge), b. Sept, 22, 1849; m. Sept. 22, 1867, Marshall M. Maher. 
He was born Aug. 26, 1847; is a stock dealer at Washington, Mich. 
. Child : (A) Ella, b. May 14. 1879; d. Mav 7, 1SS3. (VI) Eranklin 
(Holdridge), b. April 30; 1852; d. Sept. 30, 1863. (VII) Nelson R. 
(Holdridge). jr., b. March 26, 1855; d. March 14, 1S57. (VIII) 
Nehon (Holdridge), b. March 8, 1857; m. March 7, 1881, Julia M. 
Graham, who died March 7, 1885. He resides at So. Bay City, 
Mich. (IX) Eliza Emma (Holdridge), b. Jan. 26, 1859; m. Sept. 
30, 18S0, William Hamblin, b. Davis, Mich., July 5, 1856; resides 
at Washington, Mich. (X) Lora LucinJa (Holdridge), b. March 
i6, 1861; m. Feb. 15, 1880, William H. Howard. 

649 Electa,*' b. Sept. 29, 1794; d. Feb. 4, 1818; m. Rufus Damon, of Winfield, 

N. Y. ; had three children, who died young. 

650 Polly,""' b. Feb. 25. 1798; d. June 24, iSi6; m. Joseph Eels, of West Win- 

field. No children. 

651 Sophia,*' b. Dec. 15, 1800; d. Saline, Mich., May 17, 1S67; m. at West Win- 

field. N. Y., Henry Green, who was a farmer at Saline, and died 
May II, 18S4. No children. 

652 Norman,*' b. 

257 

Joel Guild ^ {Samuel* yohn^ yohn^ yohn'^)^ son of Samuel and 
Ruth (Nims) Guild, born at Leyden, Mass., Feb. i, 1764, married, 
July 3, 1786, Olive Balch, who was born May 4, 1764, and died 
March i, 1826. He was a farmer at West Winfield, N. Y., and died 
there Sept. 9, 1854. 

Children : 

-{-653 Joel,^ b. Sept. 29, 17S7; m. Abigail Vaughan. 
654 Edward,*' b. July 17, 17S9; d. Dec. 20, 1789. 



POSTERITY OP JOHN GUILD OF DEDHAM. 93 

+655 Daniel,^ b. Dec. 11, 1790; m. ist, Rhoda Parmelee; 2d, Sarah A. F. M. 
Howe. 
656 Lurinda," b. Paris, N. Y., May 3, 1793; d. Burlington, Wis., Aug. 27, 1850; 
ni. Sept. I, 181 1, Enoch Waters Miner. He was born in New Canaan, 
Conn., June 15, 1789; died in Lockport, 111., Oct. 9, 1865; left Paris, 
N. Y., in 1814, and settled at Bristol, Ontario Co., where he resided un- 
til 1824, moving to Lockport, N. Y., thence to Lockport, 111., in 1839. 
Children : 
(i) Horatio Nelson (Miner), b. Paris, May 31, 1813; m. ist, May i, 1839, 
Emma N. Pierson, who died June 15, 1858; m. 2d, May 2, 1859; 
Clara Ann, daughter of Oliver Ide, of Riga, N. Y. ; she died Sept. 
5, 1878. He was a surgeon in the army, and afterward a physician 
at Hanover, Mo., where he died June 3, 1S78. Children: (I) Mal- 
coni FiersoH, b. 1841 ; died young. (H) Moniqtie Alice, b. Dec. 25, 
1843; m. 1st, at Carbondale, Mo.. Feb. 22, 1864, Philip L. Browne, 
who was a clerk in a wholesale grocery store at Macon, Mo. ; m. 2d, 
Sept. 12, 1883, Rucker Wright, a tailor at Fort Scott, Kan. Chil- 
dren: (A) Walter William, b. April 2, 1865; (B) Ernest Frank, b. 
Nov. 4, 186S; (C) Ola Belle, b. Dec. 7, 1870, d. Oct. 2, 1872. 
(Ill) Nora Elliot, b. 1846; died young. (IV) Cora Emma, b. Lock- 
port, 111., Oct. 2, 1861 ; m. April 10, 18S0, Edward Manwaring. He 
was born at Valley Mines, Mo., Aug. 7, 1859; is engaged in mining 
at Valley Mines. Children: (A) James Harte, b July 12,1882; 
(B) Florence, b. Dec. 27, 18S5. (V) Malcom Ide, b. Carbondale, 
111., Jan. 15, 1864 ; m. March 6, 1882, Ella Cook. He is a farmer 
at Henrietta, Mo. Child: (A) Jessie Miner, b. Sept. 4, 1S83. (VI) 
George Nelson, b. March 7, 1865 » '^ «^ locomotive engineer. (VII) 
Grace Adelia, b. Hanover, April 14, 1867 ; m. June 30, 1885, Hor- 
ace S. Hanly, a blacksmith at Virden, 111. Child : (A) Daniel Welty, 
b. May 6, 1S86. (VIII) Mercy Frost, b. Dec. 9. 1869 ; m- Thomas 
Perry Blunt, who is a farmer at Osage, Mo. Children : (A) Ella 
Anna,b. Crystal City, May 12, 1S84 ; (B) Georgia Martha, b. Osage, 
Dec. 9, 1885 ; (C) James Harris, b. March 17, 1887. 

(2) Benjamin Franklin (Miner), b. Bristol, N. Y., Dec. 3, 181 5; d. Sac- 

ramento, Cal., Feb. 14, 1878. No children. 

(3) Eliza AJelia (W\ntr), b. Feb. 7, 1819; d. Sacramento, Jan. 9, 1881 ; 

m. April 30, 1857, Daniel W. Welty. She was a writer of consid- 
erable ability, contributing to several papers and writing books of 
fiction. He is a lawyer at Wichita. Kan. ; was a member of the 
California Legislature and the Nevada Senate; is author of " Welty 
on the Law of Assessments." 

(4) Joel Guild [M.mtr), b. June 9, 1821 ; m. June 26, iS48,Gennett C. Allis, 

b. Somerset, N. Y., April 5, 1832. He was a farmer at Rochester, 
Minn., and died July 19, 1880. Children : (!) Julius Elliott, b. Fond 
du Lac, Wis., June 8, 1849; m. July 29. r877, Viola Fuller. He 
is a lawyer at Minneajjolis, Minn. Child : (A) Robert Sennes, b. 
April 24, 1885. (II) Edi^ar Delancv, b. June 13, 1851 ; m. June, 
1878, Emma D. Irish.' Child : (A) Frank, b. June, 1885. (Ill) 
Martiti Byron, h. Nov. 27, 1853 (IV) Alfred Burton, b. Jan. 16, 
1856. {"V) Henry Nelson, b. Brighton, Wis., May 31, 1858. (VI) 
Lillian Gennette, b. Aug. 30, i860; m. Frank B. Olmstead. (VII) 
Ida Lurinda, b. Sept. 17, 1862. (VIII) Minnie G., b. Aug. 8, 1865. 
(I'X) Eliza Adelia, b. Pine Island, Minn., Nov. 25, 1867; d. March 
II, 1872. CX) Dehner Guild, b. Dec. 13. 1869. (XI) Welty Wa- 
ters, b. Aug. 3, 1872. {^y^ll) Mark Leonard, \i. Rochester, Minn,, 
Oct. IX, 1874. 

(5) Julia Ann (Miner), b. July 6, 1823; m. at Burlington, Wis., June 4, 

1844, Artemas Julius, son of George and Abigail (May) Mathewson. 
He was born at Walworth, N. Y., July 25, 1814; is a civil engineer 
and surveyor at Lockport, 111. Children: (I) Abii^ail Lurinda, h. 
Chicago, III., Jan. 14, 1S45; m. Dec. 29, 1869, John William Arnold. 
He served in the army during the Rebellion, and is now a merchant 



94 GUILD GENEALOGY. 

at Lockport. Children: (A) John William jr., b. Dec. 29. 1S70; 
(H) Julius, b. Aug. 22, 1S74; (C) Julia, b. Aug. 22, 1874. {II) /sa- 
i/ore- A{/t-/t(j, h. Lockport, July S, 1S4S; m. Feb. 25, 1S75, William 
Jasper Gooding. He was a soldier during the late Rebellion; is 
now a merchant at Frostburgh, Md. Child : (A) William Mathew- 
son, b. Kedfield, N. Y., Nov. iS, 1875. 

(6) Olivette (Miner), b. Nov. 9, 1S25; d. Sacramento, Cal., Jan. 9, 

18S6; m. Hiram Thevenette Seelye, who was born in Vermont, fan. 
28, 1824, and is a physician at Ripon. Wis. Children: (I) Nora 
Miiierz'a, b. Kenosha, SVis., Oct. 7, 1S53; n^- Dec. 8, 1875, William 
Abraham, son of Hon. Ira H. Butterfield. of Mich. He is a mer- 
chant at Sacramento, Cal., and she is a member of the Woman's 
Relief. Child : (A) Alice Oliva, b. May 26. 1S7S. -(H) Livcuetta, 
b. May 6, 1857, m. Aug. 25, 18S5. Willis A. Wilcox, of Springfield, 
Mass., who is now a bank teller at Portland, Ore. Child : (A) Seelye 
Curtis, b. March, 1SS7. (HI) Eliza Adelia, b. May 16, 1S59; m. 
April 29. 18S6, P'red W. Low, a bank teller at Portland, Ore. (IV) 
Hiiam T. jr., b. May 10, 1865; d. July 8, 1872. 

(7) Enoch Ne-Mton (Miner), b. May 21, 1829; d. New York, Oct. 23, 1S54. 

He left a daughter, and a son, Enoch N., who is the publisher of 
the " Phonographic World" at New York City. 
-}-657 Edward,'' b. Dec. 12, 1794; m. Phila Harvey. 
-J-65S John,^ b. Aug. 8, 1797; m. Miriam Hoyt. 

659 Olive." b. Aug. 29, 1800: d. Grand Rapids, Mich., Feb. 20, 1S62; m. Paris, 

N. v.. March 20, 1S19, Eli Johnson. He was born Feb. i6, 1795; ''^ 

1S20. moved to Paris, Mich. ; was a farmer, and died at Grand Rapids, 

June 23, 1837. Children : 

(i) Emily (Johnson), b. Aug. 18, 1S20; m. June 2, 1S41, Edward Fekin; 

resides at Paris, Mich.; no children. 
(2) Julia /^;/;/(Johnson), b. July r2, 1S23; m. Dec. 16, 1S41. Joseph Jack- 
son Paxter. He was a provision dealer at Grand Rapids; then 
opened a carriage factory and livery stable; finally engaged in the 
real estate business; died Sept. 10, 1875. Children : (I) Soloti Wil- 
liam, b. July I, 1844; m. July 2, 1869, Kate A. L. McMann, b. April 
18, 1847. He is a furniture dealer at Grand Rapids. Children: 
(A) Joe Jackman, b. Aug. 29, 1871, d. young; (B) Frank Crawford, 
b. Jan. 7. iS73;(C) Solon William jr., b. July i, 1S74; (D) Dan Har- 
old, b. May 6, 18S5. (II) Julia Ella, b. June 23, 1849; d. July 14, 

1855- 
{3) Olive Louisa (Johnson), b. Jan. 6, 182S; d. Oct. 26, 1878; m. Jan. i, 

1845, Orson A. Withey. He has a brick yard near Grand Rapids. 
Child : (I) Elizabeth Mellissa, b. Oct. 9, lS'45; m. June 7, tS63, Har- 
ry C. Wickham,who is a merchandise broker at East Saginaw, Mich. 
Child : (A) Harry Orson, b March 31, 1865. 
(4) Adelia Melissa (Johnson), b. Dec. 30, 1831 : m.'^ist, July 12. 1S49, 
Cyrus C. Bemis, who was a painter and decorator at Grand Rap- 
ids; m. 2d, Feb. 28, 1S72, Elias G. Young. He was born in Albany, 
N. Y., Dec. 23, 1821; is an accountant at Grand Rapids. Child: 
(I) Elverton C, b. March 3, 1851 ; m. June 25, 1876. Anna Hogan. 
He is a painter at Grand Rapids. Child: (A) 5lyrtie Emma, b. Oct. 
26, 1878. 

259 

Elijah Guild ^ (Samuel,'^ JoJm^ John^ y^//;/^),son of Samuel and 
Ruth (Nims) Guild, born at Leyden, Mass., April 10, 1767, married, 
Jan. 9, 1794, Anna Esen, daughter of Joseph and (Lincoln) 

Esen. She was born at Taunton, Mass., Feb. 10, 1775, and died at 
Butler, N. Y., March 25, 1S56. He was a farmer and member of the 
Baptist church at West Winfield, N. Y., and died there Nov. 5, 1806. 



POSTERITY OF JOHN GUILD OF DEDHAM. 95 

Children : 

660 Climena,^ b. Oct. 18, 1794; d. Plainfield, N. Y., April 22, 1851 ; m. ist, 
Sept. 28, 1809, Elisha, sonof William and Ruth (Stetson) Thurston. He 
was born at Bridgewater, N. Y., April 18, 1792, and died at Wolcott, 
N. Y., 1816; was a contractor, farmer and speculator. She married 2d, 
Sept. 13,1820, Levi Walker, bora June 8, 1792 — the first white child born 
in the town of Winfield. He died at Lyons, N. Y., Aug. 28, 1869. They 
resided at Butler, Wayne Co., N. Y. Children: 
(i) Emerancy Bixby (Thurston), b. West Winfield, Dec. 24. 1812; d. Jan. 
25. 1879; I"- i^t' Feb. 20, 1839, George D. Foster, a merchant at 
West Winfield, who died June 26, 1S51 ; m. 2d, July 25, 1861. Wal- 
ter, son of Vose and Sally (Chapin) Palmer. He was a dairy farmer 
at West Winfield. Children: (I) George 7/i«rjA>« (Foster), b. April 
3, 1840. He served in the 44th and 9Sth New York regiments; was 
a salesman in dry goods at Lyons until 1S73 ; is now engaged in the 
miUinerv business at Detroit, Mich. (11) yosephine Annette (Fos- 
ter), b. July 8, 1842; m. July 9, 1S67, Richard, son of Richard and 
Jane (McGuire), M'acauley, of Rochester, N.Y. He was born Nov, 
28,1838; was captain of Company E, 54th New York Regt., S. N. G. ; 
is now a wholesaler of millinery at Detroit, Mich. Children : (A) 
George Thurston, b. April 7, 1869; (B) Fanny Wood, b. Sept. 
21, 1871; (C) Richard Henry, b. March 9, 1873; (^) Joseph Foster, 
b. Sept. 30, 1S7S. 

(2) Elijah Guild (Thurston), b. Nov. 6, 1S15; d. Lyons, N, Y., Nov. 8, 

1857; m. Feb. 23, 1S48, Emma Carman. He was a merchant at 
Lyons, N. Y., and died there Nov. 8, 1857. Children: (I) jtohn 
Carman, b. Lyons, Dec. 23, 1848; is cashier of the First National 
Bank at Dorchester, Neb. (II) Frank Thurston. 

(3) Climena Deliuca (Walker), b. Butler, Nov. 8, 1827; m. Jan. 31, 1854, 

Aaron Lane Watkins. He was a merchant in Wolcott, a manufac- 
turer and dealer in trunks, and principal of the Bristovv Union School 
several years in Detroit ; is now a capitalist at Detroit, Mich. Chil- 
dren: (I) Jennie Clark, b. Detroit, Jan. 28, i860. (II) Walker 
Guild, b. Nov. 17, 1865; d. April 16, 1 866. 

(4) Granville Decatur (Walker), b. July 2, 1831 ; d. Butler, N. Y. ,Sept. 

15, 1873; m. Wolcott, N. Y., Dec. 12, 1855, Sarah Stoddard, daugh- 
ter of Edward and Sarah (Stoddard) Underbill, b. New York City, 
Feb. 14, 1834. He was a farmer at Butler. Children: (I) Alfred 
Levi, b. Oct. 16, 1856; m. Detroit, Mich., Dec. 12, 1S85, Mary Lou- 
ise Edwards, b. Detroit, April 24, 1S60. He is a farmer and drug- 
gist at Butler, N.Y. Child: (A) Nellie Evans, b. Jan. 6, 1886. 
•(II) Charles Granville, b. May 9, 1S59; m. Wolcott, N. Y., June 30, 
1SS6, Nellie Fannie Worthy, b. Adams, Mass., March 15, 1S61. He 
is a hardware salesman at Lyons, N. Y. (Ill) William Stanley, b. 
Feb. 27, 1862; d. Sept. 14. 1863. 
-}-66i Almond,^ b. June 13, 1796; m. Miranda Walker. 

662 Survila.'i b. July 8. 179S; d. Butler, N. Y., Jan. 12, 1887 ; m. West Winfield, 

N. Y., Jan. 11, 1816, Isaac Miner, b. .Stonington, Conn., April 12, 1792. 

She celebrated the seventy-first anniversary of her marriage, the day before 

her death. His father moved to Afton, then to Plainfield, N. Y.. and 

his early life was occupied with farm labor. After marriage, he moved to 

Wolcott, and resided several years, enduring the privations incident to 

new settlements; thence to Castile, residing until nearly all of the children 

were married; then purchased a farm at Butler. He was an active and 

earnest supporter of the public school system, giving each of his children 

a good education ; was a firm and consistent member of the Baptist church, 

and an advocate of temperance. At the age of ninety-two, he possessed 

wonderful strength and vigor. Children : 

(i) Roxena (Miner), b. Butler, Aug. 29, 1817; m. April 26, 1840, Grove 

Kelly Henderson. He was born at Hartford, Conn., 1810; is a 

farmer, and member of the Baptist church at Butler, N. Y. Chil- 



96 GUILD GENEALOGY. 

dren : (I) Z?^ Valois Wilder, b. June 6, 1841 ; m. Nov. S, 1S64, Lucy 
\Yads\vorth. He is a farmer at Butler Center, N. Y. Children : 
(A) Victoria, b. Oct. 10, 1866; m. Jan. 29, 1SS5, Dana Orville. son of 
Hiram and Delia (Norton) blowers. He was a farmer at Nelson, 
N.Y.,and died Feb. 4. 1SS7. (B) Seymour Roe, b. March 21, 1871. 
(H) SitfviLi Miner, b. Jan. 26, 1844; d. Sept. 6, 1844. (HI) Leroy 
Grave, b. Dec. 20, 1846; m. Jan. 11, 1S71, Getty Miles. He is a 
farmer at Wolcott. Child: (A) Eva, b. Jan. 11, 1SS4; d. Sept. 6, 
1884. (IV) Romain Miner, b. Aug. 30, 1851. 

(2) Survi/a (Miner), b. May 17. 1819; d. Castile, April 2, 1844; m. Feb. 

10, 1840, James Force. Child : (I) Lycurgiis, b. April, 1843 ; d. Oct., 

1843- 

(3) Isaac Guild ("tilxntx), b. July 10, 1S21 ; d. Andersonville Prison, Ga., 

Aug. 8, 1864; m. Nov. 17, 1S43, Sally Wilcox. Children : (I) A'iley 
Guild, h. March, 1S45; returned from the army and died in 1863. 
(II) Adeline, b. June, 1851 ; d. Sept., 1870. 

(4) IVilliam Dennis (Miner), b. Ledyard. N. Y., Oct. 3. 1824; m. Dec. 24, 

1847, Elizabeth Sayles, b. Scipio, N.V., May 10, 1S27. He has held 
the office of sheriff of Wyoming County four years, and postmaster 
at Warsaw; is now a speculator in produce and capitalist at Perry, 
N. Y. Children: [I) J^ayette Elon, h. Castile, Dec. 7, 184S; m, 
Washington, D. C, July 20, 1S70, Lottie S. Buxton. Child : W) 
lay Buxton, b. Oct. 5, 1S71. (II) Jolm R., b. Nov. 3, 1850. (HI) 
Willia7n Dennis, b. May 30, 1S54; m. Suspension Bridge, N. Y., 
June 20, 1877, Cora J. Wilson. Children : (A) John IVilson, b. 
May 4, 1878; (l^) Pereival William, h. ]2in,2S, iS%o; (C) Harold 
Dudley, h. Feb., 1882 ; {Y)) Willtatn Dexter, b. July 4, 1884 ; (E) 
Ag7ies Corinne, b. July 4, 18S4. 

(5) Dexter Nelson (Miner), b. Castile, N. Y., Dec. 8, 1826; m. April 28, 

1855, Delilah Young. He worked several years grafting apple 
orchards at Castile and Butler; is now engaged in buying wool and 
produce at Wolcott for New York dealers. Children : (I) Survtla 
B , b. Nov. 20, 1S56; d. Aug. 18, 1872. (II) An7ia C, b. Sept. 2, 
i860; d. April 30, 1885. (Ill) Eda F., b. Nov. 12, 1S70; d. Feb. 25, 
1875. 

(6) Anna M. (Miner), b. Oct. 23, 1828; m. Dec. 4, 1S51, Bela Schenck, 

who is a farmer at Castile, Wyoming Co., N. Y. Children : (I) Joel 
A\, b. July 6, 1855; m. (^ct. 14, 18S0, Alicia Wheeler; is a farmer at 
Castile. (11) Adeihert W., b. Feb. 27. 1S57 ; m. Aug. 18, 1881. Mary 
E. Dill; is a farmer at Castile. (HI) Fr.ink .J/., b. Oct. 26, iS5S;m. 
Feb. 21, 1884, Elida E. Amerman; is a farmer at Butler. (IV) Addie 
Miner, b. April 27, i860; m. May 27, 1S80, Benjamin H. Chapman, 
a farmer at Castile. (V) Fayette £., b. Nov. 10, 1S67. 

(7) Emerancy Thur.don (Miner), b. Oct. 8, 1830; m. Jan. iS, 1849, Henry 

D. Sayles, who is a farmer at Castile. Children : (I) Stephen Henry, 
b. March 24, 1S52; m. 1st, Oct. 22, 1879, Celia M. Eveland, who 
died Feb. 26, 1S83; m. 2d, March 24, 1SS6, Hattie Elwell. He is a 
farmer at Castile. Child : (A) Mary Emerancy, b. Sept. 5, 1S80. 
(II_) Survila Miner, b. Aug. 7, 1854; m. Dec. 18, 1878, Frank Chap- 
man, a farmer at Castile. Children : (A) Ruth Miner, b. Warsaw, 
Oct. 17, 1879; (K) Lloyd Frank, b. Castile, July 17, 1885. (HI) 
Frank, b. Aug. 24, 1S56; d. Nov. 11, 1S56. (IV) John Henry, b. 
Oct. 9, 1864. (V) Marv Emerancy, b. April 15, 1S69. 

(8) Mary Jane (Miner), b. July 16, 1S34; m. Sept. 23, 1S57, Marvin Dud- 

ley Hart, a farmer, and member of the Baptist church at Rose, Wayne 

Co., N. Y. Children: (I) Lycurgus S., b. Butler, Aug. 8, 1858; 

m. April 17, 1884, Emma Seeman, b. Clyde, N. Y., June 16, 1S58. 

He is a farmer at Rose. Child : (A) Nella Miner, b. Dec. 4, 1884. 

(II) Alice Miner, b. Feb. II, 1S61. 
663 Orissavilla,*^ b. April 22, 1800; d. New York, July 20, 1872; m. Wol- 
cott, N. Y., Feb. 21, 1816, Jervis, son of EbenSzer and Parmclia 
Landon. He was born at Litchfield, Conn., April 13, 1797, and died 



POSTERITY OF JOHN GUILD OF DEDHAM. 97 

at Brighton, Jan. 24, 1883. When he was quite a young man he went 
with his father to West Winfield, N. Y. Serving an apprenticeship at 
cabinet making, he became a very skilled workman, and added to the 
business funeral undertaking, in which calling he was greatly assisted by 
the labors of his wife. He was for a time postmaster at Wolcott, and in 
1837 was induced to assume the proprietorship of the principal hotel of 
that town. In 1839 he purchased a hotel at Lyons, N. Y., which became 
a popular resort for the many eminent judges and lawyers of Western 
New York. In 1853, with his son-in-law, George E. Mooney, he leased 
the Blossom House at Rochester, the best hotel in that section. This 
was destroyed by fire in less than a month, involving a heavy pecuniary 
loss to the lessees, who immediately leased another hotel in the same city, 
and at different periods was lessee of three other prominent hotels, but 
for twenty years previous to his death resided on his country place at 
Brighton, N. Y. In politics he was a Democrat, and he was an ardent 
supporter of the Universalist faith. He was a consistent total abstinence 
man, never having used either spirits or tobacco. Children : 

(1) William Durell (Landon), b. Wolcott, N. Y., Nov. 15, 1817; m. ist, 

Lyons, N. Y., Sept. 4, 1843, Albecinda Burt, who died at Fairport, 
N. Y., Jan. 28. 1883; m. 2d, Sept. 10, 1884, Mrs. Jane Aldrich. He 
is a farmer at Brighton. Children : (I) Ed^i^ar Burt, b. Lyons, Sept. 
2. 1844; m. Perrington, N. Y., Sept. 15, 1868, Amy. daughter of 
Thomas A. and Mary S. ^locum. She was born at Perrington, N. Y., 
March 4, 1847. He is a mechanic at Englewood, 111. Children : 
(A) Thomas Wallace, b. Perrington, Aug. 3, 1872; (B) George 
Richard, b. Brighton, March 19, 1877. (II) Cordelia Augusta, b. 
Jan. 6, 1S46; d. July 19, 1847. (Ill) Ransom Guild, b. Dec. 9, 1847 ; 
m. Rochester, Oct. 30, 1877, Annie, daughter of Mathew Corlett. 
She was born in London, Ont., March 10, 1857. He is a railroad 
conductor, and a member of the M. E. church at Bradford, Penn. 
Children: (A) Emily Louise, b. Brighton, Dec. 4, 1878; (B) Grace 
Alba, b. Feb 28, 18S1 ; (C) Florence Ellis, b. June 9, 1884. (IV) 
William Wallace, h. Sept. 15, 1851 ; d. March 19, 1858. 

(2) Orissavilla (Landon), b. Jan. 13, 1820; m. Lyons, N. Y., Oct. 22, 1846, 

Jacob Everhart,who is a retired farmer at Tecumseh,Mich. Children: 
(I) Dorcelia, b. Massilon, Ohio, Oct. i, 1847; m. Dec. 21, 1871, John 
Walter Gillespie, who was born at Tecumseh, Aug. 4, 1843, ^^^ ^^ 
a farmer at Tecumseh. Children : (A) Frank Everhart, b. Sept. 10, 
1872 ; (B) Leve Theresa, b. fuly 25, 1874; (C) Clair Robert, b. Sept. 
6, 1S85. (II) Florence Este'lla, b. Sept. 9, 1851 ; d. March 6, 1853 ; 
(III) Amelia, b. Jan. 22, 1855; m. April 7, 1S81, David Winters 
Clemens, who was born at West Alexander, Penn., March 28, 1848, 
and is a farmer at Lincoln, Neb. Children : (A) Percy Leroy, b. Te- 
cumseh, July 24, 1882 ; (B) Lynn Shelly, b. Oct. 31, 1884. (IV) Omer 
Landon, b. Sept. 24, 1857; m. Nov. 15, 1880, Rosamond Augusta 
Brown, b. Franklin, Mich., July 31, i860. He is a farmer at Tecum- 
seh. Child: (A) Clarence, b. Oct. 5, 18S1. (I) Villa Anna, b. July 
26, :86o. 

(3) Climena (Landon), b. Nov. 5, 1822; m. Lyons, N. Y., Jan. 10, 1843, 

George Edward Mooney, who died at Rochester, N. Y., May 6, 1859. 
He was a popular hotel proprietor at Rochester, and farmer at 
Brighton, where his widow resides. Children: (1) Fortesgue Lan- 
don, b. April 12, 1844; d. April 14, 1885; m. Aug. i, 1869, Mary 
Louise Haver. He was a genial hotel clerk and proprietor, and his 
death was caused by overwork and anxiety in regard to business, 
trying to please the public. Child: (A) Clara Louise, b. Rochester, 
April 18, 1875. (II) Eleanor D' Estclla, b. May 5, 1849; d. June 4, 
1883; m. Dec. 6, 1869, James Lusk. Children: (A) Leonetta, b. 
Sept. .11, 1871; d. June 6, 1883. (B) Williain Avery, b. Sept. 19, 
1S76. (HI) Ltlla Alice, b. Aug. 29, 1855. 

(4) C/w;Vo//^ (Landon), b. Aug. 7, 1825; m. Rochester, N. Y., Aug. 4, 

1859, Ortus Curtus Eaton, who is a farmer at Albion, Mich. Chil- 



98 GUILD GENEALOGY. 

dren : (I) ffe>-vey Eugene, b. PerrinRton, N. Y., Nov. 9, i860; (II) 
Geor/^e Mooney, b. Rochester, Nov. 6, 1862. 
(5) Perniilla (Landon). b. Lyons, N. Y.. Aug. 29, 1S40. She is a news- 
paper correspondent ; resided at Brigiiton, N. Y., until 1SS7; is now 
located at Pittsfield, Mass. 
664 Horace,'"' b. July 28, 1803; d. West Winfield. N. Y., March 25, ^827. 
+665 Zelotus,*^ b. Jan, 9, 1806; m. Eliza P. 15utterfield. 

262 

Oliver Guild ^ (Samuel* John? John^ Johti"), son of Samuel 
and Ruth (Nims) Guild, born at Greenfield, Mass., July 16, 1773, 
married at Plainfield, N. Y., Jan. i, 1798, Svlv.a. Morgan, daughter 
of Nathan and Granice Morgan, of Rutland, Vt. She was born July 
13, 1773. He was a farmer at West Winfield, N. Y., and died there 
May 23, 1816. 

Children born at Plainfield, N. Y. : 

666 Erastus.6 b. June 4, 1799; d. West Winfield. June 9, 1S53; m. March 23, 

1S29. Sarah Jones. He was a farmer and d.iiryiuan at West Winfield; 
his widow resides at Butler. Thev had no children. 

667 Laura,« b. Aug. 27, iSoo; d. May 14, iS5o;m. Jan. i, 1S20, Nathaniel C. 

Crandall. He was born March 29, 1799; died July, 186S ; was a farmer 
at Winfield and Westfield. Children : 
(i) Oiiver Guild (Crandall), b. April 6, 1S22; was killed in his stone quar- 
ry at Mantorville, Wis., Nov. 18, 1855.; m. Mary Ann Carlin, b. 
May ID, 1823. Children born at Westfield, N. Y.: (I) James Na- 
thaniel,h. Sept. 11, 1S4S; (II) Laura Jane, b. Oct. 30, 1853; (III) 
Ward, b. July 17, 1865. 

(2) Erastus Paul (Crandall), b. March 4. 1S24; d. Marysville, N. Y., May 

20, 1S75; m. Westfield, N. Y., Dec. 2S, 1848, Almeda Gates. He 
was a farmer and bridge builder at Westfield. 

(3) Willard Crafts (Crandall), b. Feb. 22, 1827 ; married, and moved on 

a farm in Wisconsin: has several children. 

668 Mabel," b. March 7, 1S04; d. West Winfield, March 2. 1877; m. ist, March 

I, 1S25, William, son of Luke Woodbury. He was born .\pril 22, 1796; 

was a farmer at Winfield, and died there, June 7, 1S46. She married 2d, 

Nov. 22, 1857, Anson P. Fairchild. Children : 

(i) William //.-//rjM Woodbury), b. Jan. i, 1826; m. Westfield, N. Y., 

^Lay 2, 1S55, Diana Whitcomb, b. Swanzey, N. H., March 2, 1S26. 

He is a farmer at No. Winfield. N.Y. Children : (I) Williavi Henry, 

b. March 4, 1S56; d. Sept. 3, 1S57. (II) Frank Willard, b. Sept. 

; ff 2, 1S59; m. Jiiiie 28, 1SS5, Julia Celestie Reising, b. Litchfield, 

'*~ N.Y., June 28. 1S65. He is a farmer at No. Winfield. (Ill) George 

Foster, b. May 25, 1S61; is studying for the ministry. (IV) Charles 
Htnry, b. Sept. 22, iS66. 
(2) Butler B. (Woodbury), b. July 4. 1829; is a farmer at Johnston, Rock 
Co., Wis.; is married, but has no children. 

669 Jerusha.c b. July 30, 1S06; d. April 6, 1843; '"• Nov. 11, 1829, Heman H. 

Barber. He moved to Summer Hill, in 1S3.;; was a farmer, and held 
the offices of supervisor, assessor, superintendent of schools, and justice 
of the peace. He died Dec. iS, 1S69. Children : 
(i) George Hamilton (Barber), b. W. Winfield, July 19, 1830; m. Utica, 
N. Y., Oct. 8, 1857, Caroline C. Potter, b. June 17, 1832, d. New 
Hope, Oct. 12, 18S2. He served in Company E, 75th Volunteers, 
during the Rebellion; is now a farmer at New Hope, Cal. Children: 
(I) Flora, b. April 12, 1S59, d. April 12, 1875; (II) Edivard, b. 
Oct. 15, 1867; (III) George Lu?n an, h.St^i. 20, 1869; (IV) Grace, 
b. Oct. 20, 1S71. 
(2) Zilphia (Barber), b. Summer Hill, June 9, 1833; d, Dec, 20, 1834. 



POSTEEITY OF JOHN GUILD OF DEDHAM. 99 

670 Polina," b. Oct. 19, 1808; d. Ravenna, Ohio, Oct. 19, 1866; m. West Win- 

field, N. Y., March 5, 1834, Hiram Sanger Chapman, who was a farmer 
at Ravenna, and died at Kent, Ohio, Sept. 14, 1870. Children : 
(I) Lauren Watson (Chapman), b. Dewittville, N. Y., Nov. 22, 1835; m, 
March 8, 1857, Orpha Othelia Morgan. He is a superintendent of 
oil wells at Derrick Cit}', Penn. Children : (I) Zilpha, b. July 13, 
1858; m. Nov. 28, 1875, Frank Nelson, son of Dr. Horatio and Amy 
(Guild) Arnold. He is a farmer at Dewittville, N. Y. Children: 
(A) Agnes Amv May, b. May 3, 1879; (P>) Guy, b. June 14, 18S0; 
(C) Charles Nelson, b. Dec. 31, 1882. (H) George, b. Clymer, N.Y., 
June 4, 1864; m. Dec. 23, 1885, Jessie Brandlow. He is a super- 
intendent of oil wells at Derrick City. 

(2) Frances Mzf^c/ (Chapman), b. July 17, 1S39; m. Columbus, Feb. 19, 

1855, Hollis King, son of Jabez and Margaret (Richards) Johnson. 
He was born at Columbus, Penn., Oct. 10, 1835, and is proprietor 
of oil wells at Derrick City, Penn., and resides at Ravenna, Ohio, 
Children: [\) Alice Adell, b. Clymer, N. Y., March 16, 1857; m. 
Dec. 29, 1S74, Morgan Huntington Smith, who was born at Canton, 
Ohio, Aug. 22, 1853; is owner of an oil well at Petrolin, Penn. 
Child : (A) Mabel Belle, b. Canton, Ohio, Nov. 5, 1875. (H) Edwin 
Olen, b. Oct. 5, i860; m. June 17, 1885, Flora Hotchkiss. He is a 
drug clerk at Ravenna. (Ill) I/iratn Chaffnati, b. Dec. 29, 1863; 
is a machinist at Ravenna. (IV) Ernest Henry, b. Oct. 5, 1870. 

(3) /VrtwZ' yV/raw (Chapman), b. March 21, 1S41 ; m. Titusville, Penn., 

1867, Mary Eleanor Dixon b. Thorold, Ont, Aug. 11, 1S51. He is 
an oil producer at Bradford, Penn. Children : (I) Pauline, b. Nov. 
I, 1871; (II) Jennie Bell, b. April 18, 1873; (HI) Emma Blanche, 
b. Fairview, Penn., May 27, 1S76; (IV) Frances Hazel, b. Bradford, 
Penn., July 5, 1883. 

(4) Merritt Guild (Chapman), b. Dec. 8. 1842; d. April 26, 1863, 

(5) Amy Eliza (Chapman), b Feb. 9, 1844; m. William Henry Sapp. He 

was born at Ravenna, Ohio, Nov. 13, 1833, and is now proprietor of 
a restaurant, at Cleveland, Ohio. Children : (I) Orrie,\i. Aug. 14, 
1875, d. Aug. 14, 1878; (II) Wilson Eugene, b. Feb. 4, 1878. 

(6) Laura Antoinette (Chapman), b. Feb. 24, 1850; d. Clymer, N. Y., Jan. 

30, 1851. 

(7) Oliver Guild (Chapman), b. Clymer, N. Y., July 26, 1852; m. ist. 

May 17, 1S79, Eva, daughter of Reuben and Hettie (Bright) Forney, 
of Ravenna. She was born June 13, 1858 ; died at Custer City, Penn., 
Aug. 12, 1885. He married 2d, Jamestown, N. Y., Dec. 16, 1886, 
Pattie Hazeltine, b. Oil City, Penn., Aug. 24. 1858. He is super- 
intending oil wells at Custer City. Children : (I) Carl Franklin, b. 
Ravenna, June 12, 1880; (II) Lillie Belle, b. Bradford, Penn., Aug. 
6, 1883; (III) Roy Hiram, b. Custer City, Feb. 26, 1885. 

671 Amy,s b. Aug. 11, 1812; d. Jamestown, N. Y., Aug. ii, 1SS5; m. ist, March 

18, 1838, Dr. Horatio Arnold; m. 2d, Dec. 22, 1854, Fowler Duston. 
Children : (i) George F. (Arnold), b. West Winfield, May 12, 1839; (2) 
Frank N. (Arnold), b. Nov. 26, 1840. 

266 

Consider Guild ^ {Samuel,^ John^ John^ jfohn'^)^ son of Samuel 
and Ruth (Nim.s) Guild, born at Greenfield, Mass., April 7, 1783, 
married, Feb. 4, 1804, Elizabeth Green. He was a farmer at West 
Winfield, N.Y., and died there Feb. 21, 1807. Epitaph, "The wretched 
state of man." 



100 GUILD GENEALOGY. 

Children born at Plainfield : 

672 Lenora," b. Aug. 7, 1805; m. West Winfield. N. Y., Dec. 24, 1823, William 
Kelly, who owned a farm and nursery at Hrighton. By industry and per- 
severance he built up a large business, starting his sons in a branch nur- 
sery at Hamilton and Collingwood, Out. He was a very progressive man, 
liberal in educational matters, retiring in manner, without seeking or 
accepting any office. He was stricken with paralysis and confined to his 
bed several years, being a great sufferer. While not a church member, 
he was a true Christian with a strong faith in the future. Children : 
(i) CAar/es Bruce(Ke\\v), b. Nov. 24. 1824 ;d. Hamilton, Ont., Dec. 7, 1S59; 
m. 1st, June 4, 1845, Mary Le Clair, who died Aug. 27. 1849; m. 2d, 
Hamilton, (Jnt., April 5, 1S50, Mary E. Stead. He was a nurseryman 
at Hamilton, Ont. Children: (\)Mary Elizaheth, b. Dec. 15, 1847; d. 
No. Cohocton, N. Y., Feb. 15, 18515. (H) /'ranees Marion, b. April 10, 
1852; d May 11, 1859. (HI) Charles A. /■'., b. Collingwood. Ont., 
Aug 13, 1856; m. Aug. 7, 1882. Emma . Child: (A) Charles 

Bruce, b. March 13. 1885. (IV) John Harvey, b. Julv 30, 1859. 

(2) ^^//«;/«^ (Kelly), b. Nov. 29. 1826; m. Waterford, Ont., May 19, 

1851, Sarah Young, b. March 19, 1830. He is a nurseryman at 
Brighton, Munroe Co., N. Y. Children : (I) IVarren Holton. b. 
Hamilton, Ont., Jan. 4, 1852; m. Penfield, N. Y., Dec. 19,1872, 
Mary Louise Olney, b Oct. 3, 1851. He is a salesman at Brighton. 
Children : (A) Cora Eugenia, b. Oct. 14, 1874, d. June 14. 1875; 
(B) Charles Arthur, b. Webster, N. Y., June 8, 18S1 ; (C) Francis, 
b. Perrington, N. Y., Dec. 12. 1883; (D) Mabel Zuay, b. Ikighton, 
Aug. 21, 1S86. (II) Charles Edward, b. March 13, 1854; m. Avon, 
N. Y., Jan. 28. 1877, Mary Salmon, b. July 17, 1S55, He is a nur- 
seryman and fruit producer at Brighton, N. Y. Children : (A) 
George Edward, b. Nov. 4, 1877; (i^) William Henry, b. Aug. 24, 
1879; (C) Herbert Charles, b. Aug. 24, 1881 ; (D) Cora Eugenia, 
b. April 24, 1SS3. {\.\\) Aus;usta Henrietta, \>. June 14, 1856; m. 
Brighton, N. Y., Sept. 17, 1879, Heriry Billingherst, b. Sept. 20, 
1851; had no children. \W) Lenora, b. Wilmington, Del., June 
22, 1863; d. Feb. 26, 1875. f^) ffi-^r^y Fatuell, b. Brighton, May 
4, 1865. (VI) Annie Elizabeth Copeland, b. Aug. 23, 1S72. 

(3) Silas Boardman (Kelly), b. Nov. 9, 1829; m. May 10, 1857, Gertrude 

Riley. He was a nurseryman at Brighton.N. Y. ; went to Middleton, 
Del., thence to Oakland, Cal., where he now resides. Children : (I) 
George Hulhiirt,h. Brighton, Aug. 30, 1859; (II) William Arthur, 
b. Aug. 10. 1861 ; (III) May Gertrude, b. May 22. 1864; (IV) Effie 
Au^ista,\-i. Middletown, Del., Nov. 9, 1867. 

(4) Elizabeth Lenora (Kelly), b. July 4. 1834; m. Rochester, N.Y., May 8, 

1861. Eugene Mather Kendall. He was born April 15, 1836; was a 
clothier until iSSo; is now a director in the Street Railway Company, 
and president of a manufacturing company at Grand Rapids, Mich. 
Children: (I) Irving Eugene, b. April 15. 1864; d. July 12, i8(54. 
(II) George Mirz'ing, b. April 28, 1865; d. Oct 16, 1865. (HI) 
Nora H., b. Oct. 29, 1869; d. Sept. 12, 18S4, (IV) Eugene Lur ell, 
b. Dec. 9, 1877. 

(5) JVillia?n Hull (Kelly), b. Feb. 10, 1841 ; d. May 16, 1852. 
+673 Anson Consider,* b. Sept. 29, 1806; m. Miranda Barber. 

271 

Cyrus Guild ^ {Danid^^ John^ John^ jPohn'^), son of Daniel and 
Phebe (Dickinson) Guild, born at Wrentham, Mass., Sept. i, 1770, 
married first, Sept. 27, 1797, Olive Haskell, who died Sept. 12, 
1814; he married, second, Sena E.Lyon, of Augusta, Maine. He 
moved from Wrentham to Aui^usta, Maine, where he died May 31, 
1856. 



POSTERITY OF JOHN GUILD OF DEDHAM. 101 

Children by Olive Haskell : 

674 Caroline. ° died young. 

675 Polly, ^ died young. 

676 Phebe Davis." b. Jan. 4, 1799; m. William Newton, of Sutton, Mass. 

677 Virgil, "^ b. March 4, 1800. He went South. 
4-678 Davis," b. March 19, 1801; m. Olivia Lyon. 

679 Maria Daggett,'^ b. July 20, 1802; d. Sidney, Maine ; married late in life, 

Capt. Thomas Lovejoy; no children. 

680 Lauriston,'' b. Feb. 28, 1804; d. about 1881 ; m. Abigail Woodward, who 

lives at Sidney, Maine; no children. 

Children by Sena E. Lyon : 

-f-63i Cyrus," b. Sept. 7, 181 5; m. Eleanor W. Damren. 

682 Samuel," b. Feb. 4, 1S18; m ist, Eliza E. Lyon, of Readfield, Maine, who 

died July, 1S66; m. 2d, March, 186S, Roxana E. Bliss. He was a farmer 
at Augusta, Maine, and died there Oct. i, 1SS5, leaving no children. 

683 Martha," b. Feb. 4, 181 5; d. 1839. 
6S4 Paulina," b. Jan. 5, 1824; d. 1839. 

274 

Samuel Guild "^ {Daniel^^ yohn^ yohn^"^ yohn'^\ son of Daniel 
and Phebe (Dickinson) Guild, born at Wrentham, Mass., March 12, 
1777, married first, 1815, Mary E. Whitfield, who died 1816; he 
married second, Dec. 26, 1823, Widow Mary Micheau. When a 
young man he moved South, and died at Georgetown, S. C, Jan. 11, 

1845. 

Child by Mary E. Whitfield : 

685 Samuel Thomas," b. 1816. He married and had two sons and one daugh- 
ter. One of the sons, (686) Samuel D.^ was living at Georgetown, S.C., 
in 1874. 



687 Franklin.* 

688 Henrietta.8 



Children by Mary Micheau 



277 



Richard Guild ^ {Richard,^ Josiah^ yohn^ yohn ^) son of Richard 
and Hannah (Hodges) Guild, born at Wrentham, Mass., Oct. 17, 
1762, married Zillah Turner. He was a farmer at Chester, Vt., 
and died there, Oct. 20, 18 19. 

Children : 

689 James," b. Feb. 14, 1789; d. April i, 1798. 

690 Julia," b. April 10, 1794; d. April, 1878. 

691 Hiram," b. Aug. 19, 1799; d. Nov. 27, 1819. 

-f-692 Laban," b. Sept. 22, 1801 ; m. ist, Alma W. Houghton; 2d, Sabra Wight- 
man. 
693 Galen," b. Sept. 22, 1801 ; d. 186S. He moved West; had a large family; 
one son, (694) Henry,'' was a Baptist clergyman. 



102 GUILD GENEALOGY. 

279 

Alanson Guild '^ {Richard,'' Josiah,^ John,^ John'^), son of Rich- 
ard and Hannah (Hodges) Guild, born at VVrentham, Mass., Julv 4, 
1769, married Feb. 7, 1799, Keturah Turner, who was born at 
Medfield. Mass., Aug. 18, 1771, and died at Chester, Vt., March 6, 
1836. He died at Chester, Oct. 19, 1S44. 

Children : 

+695 Hcrmon," b. Sept. i, 1800; m. ist, Muldah Knights; 2d, Susan Thompson. 
+696 Luther,*' b. July 23, 1S03; m. ist, Sophia Giisoii; 2d, Olive Clark. 

697 Horace," b. Sept. 21. 1S06; m. ist. Kmeline Green, of Chester, Vt. ; m. 2d, 

Augusta Hyde, of Massina. N. Y. He resides at Massina, N. Y. ; has 
no children. 

284 

JoAB Guild 6 {yames* Josiah^ John,^ JoJin^), son of James and 
Deborah ( ) Guild, born near Keene, N. H., Aug. 7, 1769, 

married Dec, 1796, Belinda Burleigh, daughter of John and Persis 
(Harwood) Burleigh. She died April 3, 1862. He was a farmer at 
Woodstock, Conn., and died there March 31, 1861. 

Children : 

698 Marcena," b. Sept. 24, 179S; d. 1S03. 

699 Mercy," b. Oct. 11, 1800; d. Sept., i86d; m. Oct. 5, 1829, James Water- 

man. Children: [i] James, XwcA in Hartford, Conn. (2) IVilliam, m. 
I Dec. 7, 1874, Emma Waite, b. Sept. 22, 1851; resides in California. 

Children: (I) Charles William, b. May 27, 1876; (Hj Willis Kavino>id,h. 
Jan. 15, 1877; (IH) Viola Eitella, b. June 5, 1879. (3) Pr^'ik. (4) John, 
m. July, 1859, Elizabeth R. Graham, b. 1840; m. 2d, Sept., 1886, Hannah 
Pressey. Q.\{\\Axiiw: [l] Mmnette Jane, b. Jan. 13,1860. [W] Francis 
yames,h. Sept. 13, 1862. (HI) William Nathaniel, b. Sept. 13, 1862; d. 
Oct., 1S6S. (IV) Mary Alice, b. Oct. 1864; d. March, 1865. 

700 Margaret," b. July 17, 1802; d. June 10, 1884; m. Sept. i8, 1845, ^'^^^v. N. 

1). Henedict; had no children. 

701 Elizabeth Stearns," b. Feb. 29, 1804; d. Jan. 7. 1S39; m. Nov. 22, 1827, 

Schuyler Clark. 

702 Sophia." b, Dec. 17, 1805; d. April 23. 1876; m. April 6, 1831, Levi Stone, 

who is a farmer at Eistford, Conn. Children : (i) Afary E., b. Sept. 16, 
1832. (2) Jane M., b. July 7, 1834; m. Jan. 15, 1S64, William R. An'- 
drews, a farmer near Willim.mtic, Conn. Child: (I) Jjlin L., b. Sept. 
3. 1865. (3) Ellen S., b. July 14, 1835; '"• N'ov. 9, 1856, Martin White, 
of Woonsocket, R. I., who died .Vug. 28, i863. She was a milliner at 
Sheridan, Neb., in 1880. Children: (I) Charles L., b. Nov. 21, 1S59; 
(11) Arellie S., b. Oct. 29, 1864; (HI) Jennie B., b. Sept. 2, 1866. (4) 
Charles L., b. Nov. 11, 1836; d. Feb. 7, 1857. 

-f703 James Russell," b. Nov. 19. 1807 ; m. Almira Fisher. 

-f-704 John Burleigh," b. Oct. 17, 1809; m. ist, Sophronia Barlow; 2J, Julia A. 
Griggs. 

705 Daniel Fyler," b. Sept. 24, 1S12; d. Oct., 1823. 

706 Jonathan Harwood," b. April 4, 1814; d. Santa Cruz, Cal., Dec. 23, 1870; 

m. Cynthia A. Sloan. He was one of the pioneers of Santa Cruz County, 
a member of the Baptist church, and held several important county offices. 
His widow resides at Santa Cruz Children : (706 a) Pacific,' b. Santa 
Cruz, April 6, 1856; m. Nov. 19. 1874, Urial S.,son of Samuel and Polly 
(Cahoon) Nichols. He was born in Lewis County, N. V., Feb. 7, 1838; 



POSTERITY OF JOHN GUILD OF DEDHAM. 103 

is a millwright at Santa Cruz. Children : (i) Clara Belle, (2) Lois Mildred. 
(706 b) Maggie^ b. Feb. 12, 1S6S. 
-\-70j Morris Lyon,*' b. July 24, 1S16; m. Lucy A. Safford. 
70S Moses/J b. July 24, 1816; d. Dec. 1S16. 

288 

John Guild ^ (Z>^«,* yosiah,^ John^^ yohn *), son of Dan and 
Sarah (Pond) Guild, born at Keene, N. H., March 16, 1769, married 
Dec II, 1791, Hepsibah Graves. He married a second wife. 

Child: 

-I-709 Dorastus,® b. Bath, N. H., Jan. 18, 1792; m. Annie Haskins. 

294 

Thomas Guild ^ {Dan,'^ jfosiah^ JoJui^^ yohn ^), son of Dan and 
Sarah (Fletcher) Guild, born at Swanzey, N. H., July 24, 1786, mar- 
ried Keziah Forristall, of Troy, N. H. He moved to Coventry, 
Vt., in 1808, and built a log house. About all the furniture and tools 
he possessed were of his own make, roughly hewn from wood. By 
constant and persistent industry and leading an honorable Christian 
life, he was blessed with success, leaving at the time of his death, 
Sept. 30, 1869, an estate valued at $30,000. 

Children : 

715 John,^b. 1810; m. Altheda Fifield, b. Plainfield, N. H., April 14, 1801. 
He was a farmer at Irasburg, Vt., and died there. Child : (716) Ilafinah 
A.,'^ b. Coventry, Sept. 6, 1S33; m. Barton, Vt., Feb. 16, 1S57, Francis 
G., son of Francis and Elizabeth (Lawn) Mannant, natives of Havenham, 
Eng. He was born Dec. 9, 1836; is a farmer at Irasburgh, Vt. Children: 
(I) /da A., b. Feb. 15. 1864; (2) Charles H., b. July 7, 1868. 

717 Thomas,'^ b. 1812; d. 1826. 

718 Rufus,6b. 1814; d. 1816. 

4-719 Dan,^ b. 1816; m. Sophronia L. Sias. 

-j-720 Job,*" b. Feb. 4, 1819; m. Zeruiah Berry. 

4-72 [ Ezra,8 b. June 27, 1821 ; m. ist, Mary J. Black; 2d, Mary V. Fuller. 

722 Sarah Keziah,*' b. Sept. 8, 1826; m. April 7, 1S47, Jesse Alden, who died at 
Barton Landing, Vt., Nov. 25, 18S4. His widow resides there. Children: 
(i) Thomas Jefferson, b, Bruvvnington, Vt., July 28, 1850; is engaged in the 
ice business at New York. (2) Loreu Selak, b. April 16, 1S52; is a farmer 
at Irasburgh. (3) Evelyn, b. July 18, 1854; is a farmer at Barton. (4) 
Eveline, b. July 18, 1S54; m. Samuel Huse; resides at Barre, Vt. (5) 
Nellie Idell, b. Irasburgh, June 25, 1859; m. josiah A. Pearson, a dentist 
at Barton. (6) Clara Ardell, b. April li, 1863; d. May 6, 1884. (7) 
George Guild, b. Sept. 19, 1S69. 



104 GUILD GENEALOGY. 



cSfptij dJcncration. 
299 

Silas Guild'' (Samud,^ Samue/,* Samuel^ Samuel"- John'^)^ son of 
Samuel and Hannah (Newcoinb) Guild, born at Windham, Conn., 
1776, married, Sept. i, 1796, Susanna Walker, who was born April 
12, 1778. He lived at Pittsfield, Mass., Harford, Pa., and Columbia, 
Conn.; died April 21, 1840. 

Child born at Pittsfield : 
+723 Gerry,'' b. March 25, 181 2; m. Jane Homer, 

301 

^xuxj'E.h G\J\i.r>^ {Samud,^ Samuel* Satnuel,^ Samuel,^ yolin'^), son 
of Samuel and Hannah (Newcomb) Guild, born Oct. 28, 17S1, mar- 
ried Hannah Coleman, who was born Dec. 5, 1783, and died Jan. 3, 
187 1. They lived at Harford, Susquehanna Co., Pa., where he died 
Jan. 14, 1847. 

Children : 

724 Sally,'^ b. Dec. 6, 1803; m. Amasa, son of Daniel Chase, of Stratham, N. H. 
He was born at Hardwick, Vt., Oct. 26. 1805; d. Great Bend, Pa., June 
10, 1876. Child : (i) Simeoi B., b. Gibson, Pa., April 18, 1828; m. May 
I, 1851, Fanny, daughter of Abraham and Juliet (Howes) DuBois. She 
was born at Great Bend, Nov. 24, 1S2S. Mr. Chase early felt a desire to 
obtain a liberal education, and by studying industriously, and laboring 
dilligently to acquire the means, he was enabled to pursue the course of 
study at Hamilton College, from which institution he graduated with hon- 
ors in 1S41. He adopted the profession of law, and was admitted to 
practice in 1S52. He was also engaged for a time in editing and publish- 
ing the "Montrose Democrat;" with which party he was identified until 
1856, when he united with the Republican party and became a leading 
and influential member, and has often been elected to official positions 
of honor and responsibility. He was chairman of the State convention 
of 1856, and was a member of the House of Representatives in 1S56 
_7_S-g, in which he took a high rank and served on important com- 
mittees. He espoused the cause of temperance at a very early age, 
and throughout his whole life has been wholly consistent to its prin- 
ciples and has labored earnestly with every organization having for its 
object their advancement. He has been a candidate for Representative 
to Congress and (Governor on the Tempr;rance ticket. Mr. Chase is a 
member of the Presbyterian ch'.uch, has twice been elected commissioner 
to the General Assembly of the United States, and is at present an elder. 
For more than twenty years he has been superintendent of a Sabbath 
school. He resides at Great Bend, Pa., and is known at home and abroad 
as a Christian gentleman, with a fine education and great executive abil- 
ity. Children: (I) Nicholas DuRois, b. June 4, 1852; m. June 7, 1877, 
Alice Wallace. (H )/)/,;;-///,? /SV/cw, b. June 8, 1S54; d. . {\\\) Mar- 
cella y«/;W, b. June 17, 1S56; d. . [\\) Emmet Ciirtis^h. Aug. 30, 
T^;;8 (V) Amasa George, h NLarch 29, 1862. (VI) Simeon Il^i//iam,h, 
May S, 1864; d. . (VH) Catherine Daviana, b. Oct. 20, 1S67; d. 



POSTERITY OF JOHN GUILD OF DEDHAM. 105 

725 Rockwell,'' b. April 2, 1805; d. Oct. 3, 1855; m. Mary Thatcher. Children: 
(726) Jane E.^ b. Jan. 6, 1828; d. Dec. 11. 1855; m. John A. Thatcher, 
of Downer's Grove, 111. (727) Adella Betsey? b. Nov. 7, 1829; m. John 
Jassoy, who died Nov. 21, 1876. (72S) Nancy C? b. July 17, 1834; m. 
John Standi, of Aurora, III. (729) //aima/i E.,^ b. Aug. il, 1837; d. 
Aug. 6, 1855. (■T?)'^) Samuel F.,^ b. Aug. 5, 1840; d. Oct. 7, 1841. (731) 
Harlan B.,^ b. Aug. 12, 1843; d. ^^ec. 15. 1843. (732) ^^^''« ^^m** b. July 
7, 1846; d. Sept. II, 1870; m. Noah E. Gary. 

733 Lois,'' b. Feb. 10, iSo7;d. Sept. 20, 1S56; m. Simeon Tucker. Children: 
(i) Amanda F., b. March, 1S27; m. rheod(jre Gamble, of Kansas. (2) 
Amasa B., b. Sept., 1S29; m. ist, Elizabeth Gamble, who died Feb. S, 
1SS5 ; m. 2d, Emma P. Gamble; resides at Aurora, 111. (3) Susanna, b. 
Dec, 1831; m. William 'Williams. {4) Louisa, b. Aug., 1834; m. Peter 
Couran, of Kansas. 
-|-734 Silas Brewster,^ b. June I, 1809; m. ist, Catherine Chase; 2d, Polly \V. 
Tyler. 

735 Alvira,'' b. Feb. i, 1811; d. March 24, 1879; "i- Abel Read jr. Children: 

(i) Adeline, m. Edwaid Sheppard, of Brookyn, N. Y. (2) IVellington 
M.,m. Helen Burrows. (3) .4>in. m. Henry C. Moxley. (4) Eleanor, m. 
Rev. Stephen Ell well. (5) Everitt, m. Candace Green. 

736 Lysander,^ b. IVIarch 23, 1813; d. June 23, 1864; m. Abigail Morse; resided 

at Harford, Pa., and had (737) Ellenfi (73S) Cornelia.^ 

739 Harlan.'' b. July 10, 181 5; d. Aug. 2, 1836. 

740 Temperance.'' b. Sept. 12, 18 17; m. John Blanding. Children: (i) Harlan 

Guild, h. May 23, 1837; m. Elizabeth Sibley, and resides in Binghamton, 
N. Y. (2) Emma Gertrude, b. July 13, 1844. (3) Mary M., b. June 12, 
1S54; m. Charles Underwood. 

741 Hannah,'' b. July 22, 1821; m. Obed G. Coughlan, and resides at Harford, 

Pa. Children : (i) Julia A., b. June 30. 183S; m. 1st, Henry Judson Ty- 
ler, and had (I) Afaiy E., b. Aug. 5, 1862; m. 2d, Henry Esterbrook. (2) 
Mary, (t,) Merritt. (4,) Evens. (^) Samuel, i^ty j ^- ::.'t .Vi /,■< v ^ 

742 Susanna,'^ b. July 15, 1S23 ; m. Stephen W. Breed. Child: George, a clergy- /^Jt^, 4 

man at West Troy, N. Y. V 

743 Catherine,' b. July 13, 1S26; d. Aug. 3, 18S1 ; m. George W. Gamble. Chil- ' ."-^ 

dren : (i) John K. b. April 24, 1S50; m. Jan. 9. 1S82, Jennie "Et^sktrtf. , -'-''- 
(2) Ida. (3) Lela. (4) Porter, accidentally killed by the discharge of a 
gun. 

305 

Felix Guild ® {Samuel,^ jferemiah,^ Samuel^ Samuel^ yohn}), son 
of Samuel and Abigail (Doolittle) Guild, born at Middletown, Conn., 
Oct. I, 1766, married Lydia Day, who was born in 1768, and died at 
Perry, N. Y., Sept., 1839. He was a farmer at Freedom, Cattaraugus 
Co., N. Y., and died there Jan. 7, 1S39. 

Children : 

-|-744 Manorris,'' m. Mary A. Terry. 

745 Loren,' m., but had no children. 

+746 Ashley,'' m. Ist, Nancy King; 2d, Lucy Hill. 

-(-747 Thomas," m. ist, Plliza Branch; 2d, Eunice Skinner. 

748 Cynthia,^ b. March 17, 1800; d. Fitchburg, Wis., Feb. 26, 1866; m. David 

Bayne. Children: (1) Silas. (2) Catherine, m. C. A. Butts; resides at 
Topeka, Kansas. (3) Kansom. (4) Aimenia. (5) Dennis. 

749 Schuyler,' unmarried. 

750 Hannah,' m. Loren Tyler Pritchard, of Perry, N. Y. Children : {\)Georgi!, 

(2) Caroline. 

751 Ransom,' unmarried. 

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106 GUILD GENEALOGY. 

752 Delancyjd., age 9 years. 

753 Aaron,'' accidentally scalded to death, age 5 years. 
-I-754 Standish," b. Feb. 25, 1809; m. Elsie Abbott. 

755 Lydia Uav," b. March 12, iSi6; m. July 10, 1S37, Philander M., son of 

Henry and Lydia (Kelsey) Fritchard, of Bethlehem, Conn. He was born 
at Cortland, N.Y., Oct. 5, 1S16; is a farmer at Fitchburg, Dane Co., Wis. 
Children: (i) Helen Clarissa, b. Perry, N. Y., Nov. i5, 1S3S; m. Edward 
Warner Palmer. Children : (I) Garrett Delaiicy, b. May 10, iS5S;d. April 
9, 1862. (II) Levi riiilander, b. Iowa City, Sept. 17, 1S67. (HI) Delos 
Ernest, b. i5oonesboro, Iowa, May 22, 1S72. (2) Ilahneman, b. Sept. 28, 
1842; m. Drusilla Timmons. Children: (I) Georgi.i Addelle, b. Toledo, 
Ohio, Feb. 22, 1873; (^I) P'rcdetta Burns, b. July 16, 1874. {3) Cleora 

Estella, b. Fitchburg, Dec. 5, 1852; m. Bernard McManus. (4) Lydia Day 

A'elsev, b. Nov. 13, 1858. 

307 

Jeremiah Guild® {Satnuel,^ Jcremiah^^ Samite/,^ Samuel,^ John^)^ 
son of Samuel and Abigail (Doolittle) Guild, born at Middletown, 
Conn., Nov. 3, 1770, married first, Alice Webb; married second, 
Martha May, who died in 1822. He was a tanner, emigrated to 
Oxford, Butler Co., Ohio, in 1S16, and died there July 28, 182 1. 

Children by Alice Webb : 

756 Patty," b. July 11, 1794. 

757 Eliza,' b. July 10, 1797. 

758 Sophia,' b. March 27, iSoo. 

Children by Martha May : 

759 Jeremiah," d. at Eaton, Ohio; had {"jiio) Julia, ^ {"jSi) Laura,^ m. Lock- 

wood. 

762 Samuel,' was a teacher of music; died at New Orleans early in life. 

763 Celia,' d. New Harmony, Ind. ; m. Rogers. Children: (i) Celia, m. 

Laird. 
4-764 George," b. June 9, 1S12; m. Sarah Hull. 

765 Horace,' d. McCordsviile, Ind.; had three daughters. 
-1-769 Charles," b. Dec. 16, 1S16; m. Lucinda Webb. 

770 Emily," d. Kockford, Ind.; m. Miller; had one son and three daughters. 

314 

Timothy Guild' { Jeremiah!^ ycrcmiah,^ Sanmd^ Sa7nuel^ John *), 
son of Jeremiah and Hannah (Hale) Guild, born at Milton, Conn., 
Oct. 21, 1779, married Pakna Plumb, of Middletown, Conn. He 
was a farmer, moving to Milton, N. Y., in 1S12, thence to Mallory- 
town, Ont., where he died, Dec. 25, 1838. 

Children : 

4-771 Hermon," b. July 15, 1802; m. Abigail Polly. 

772 Henry," b. 1804; m. Sarah Page, and died at Clark, Ont. Children: (773) 

Ke'uhen^ (774) James,^ (775) Henry} (776) Hannah,^ (777) Emily,^ (778) 

Albert^ 
-j-779 Julius,' b, July 26, 1S06; m. Margaret Mallory. 
-^780 Jarvis," b. Dec. 22, 1S08; m. Abi Andress. 



POSTERITY OF JOHN GUILD OF DEDHAM. 107 

781 Caroline,'' b. April 30, i8u; m. Aug. i, 1836, William Johnson, who was 

born Sept. 21, 1807. Children : 
(i) Stephen G. (Johnson), b. June 20. 1837; m. July 2, 1863, Julia A. 
Ormsbie. Child: (I) George William, b. March 24, 1866. 

(2) Lovina (Johnson), b. Oct. 20, 183S; d. Sept. 15, 1866. 

(3) Catherine (Johnson), b. April 23, 1841 ; m. May 29, i860, James Faulk- 

ner. Child: (I) William //., b. Oct. 27, 1861. 

(4) Esther (Johnson), b. June 16, 1S43; m. Dec. 28, 1867, Daniel Smith. 

Children: (I) Leivis B., b. Aug. 30, 1S68; (II) Frank W. b. April 
10, 1872; (III) Arlie D , b. March 27, 1876. 

(5) .fi^wf/zw^ (Johnson), b. Aug. 24, 1845; d. June 14, 1853. 

(6) Henrietta (Johnson), b. Aug. 23, 1846; m. June 4, 1867, Warren 

Smith. Children: (I) Ernest, b. July 24, 1S6S; d. April 10, 1873. 
(II) Carrie, b. July 31. 1870. (Ill) Emily, b. Aug. 23, 1874. (IV) 
Iley Blinch, b. Aug. 7, 1S76. 

(7) Amaretta (Johnson), b. Aug. 23, 1846; d. Nov. i, 1846. 

782 Jeremiah,'' m. Asenath Monroe; lives at Guilds, Ont. 

783 Alban,'' m. Lydia Avery. Children: (784) William Avery^\).V[.2i\\oxv^Q\^n, 

July 12, 1847; m. 18S0, Emily Collins, b. Jan. 3. i86o; is a farmer at 
Escott, Ont. Children: (785) Florence Alena? b. Aug. 6. 1881 ; (786) 
LvdiaJane,^h.]\xx\&\o, 1883; (■]?,■]) Annte Alherta,^ b. Nov. 2, 1886. 
(788) Koxantta,^ b. Nov. 12, 1845; m. 1868, William Elliott. Child: (i) 
Benson Elmore, b. July 4, 1881. (7S9) Lucy^ b. July 11, 1851, 

315 

Gad Guild® {yeremiah^ jferemiah^^ Samuel^ Samuel^ jfohn'^^^ son 
of Jeremiah and Hannah (Hale) Guild, born at Middletovvn, Conn., 
March 31, 1782, married first, Anna Osborn, of Milton, who died 
July 5, 1807. He married second, Nov. 4, 18 10, Sarah Taylor, who 
was born in London, Eng., July 28, 1785, and died Dec. 2, 1852. He 
was a tanner and currier at Milton, Conn., and died there May 16, 
i860. 

Children by Sarah Taylor : 

790 William Gould,'' b. Feb. 28, 1812; d. Aug. 10, 1854; m. March 21, 1854, 
Sarah Griffith, who was born March 21, 1836. and died in California in 
i860. Child: (791) Winifred Alice, ^h. Jan. 27, 1S55; d. Sept. 15, 1867. 

792 Mary Irene,^ b. March 2, 1816; m. Feb. i, 1837, James Stevens, b. May 23, 

1812. Children : (r) Sarah Josephine, b. Nov. 30, 1837 ; m. June 16, 1856, 
Julius J. Pope, b. July 3, 1820. Children : (I) Almon J., b. June 16, 1858. 
(II) Minnie V., b. July 24, 1859; n March 13. 1880, Benjamin I. Lind- 
ley. Child : (A) Alcine Mildred, b. Vug. 13, 1S82 ; d. May 2, 1886. (Ill) 
Edward J., b. June 25, 1S66. (2) E tlus E., b. June 2, 1S50. (3J Emily 
/., b. June 2, 1S50. 

793 Penfield Gould,'' b Litchfield, Conn., J 1 1. 31, 1832 ; m. Nov. 13, 1852, Har- 

riet P^iizabeth, daughter of Levi and Almira (Rust) Bates. She was born 
Nov. 6, 1828. Mr. Guild is a tannei and a member of the Episcopal 
church at Plainville, Conn. Children . (794) William James^h. Nov. 27, 
1S55; d. July 7, 1859. (795) Minnie H irriet^, b. Dec. 2S, 1S61 ; d. Nov. 
18, 1867. (796) William Gould^ b. Sept. 25, i860; d. April 27, 1886. 

316 

Alban Guild® {Jeretniah^ yeremiahy^ Samuel^ Samuel,^ yohn^)^ 
son of Jeremiah and Hannah (Hale) Guild, born at Milton, Conn., 
Aug. 21, 1784, married July 19, 1807, Roxanna Dickinson, daughter 



108 GUILD GENEALOGY. 

of David and Rhoda (Bissell) Dickinson, of Milton. She was born 
May 2 1^ 1786, and died Nov. 4, 1874. He was a wheelwright at Mil- 
ton, and died there May 23, 1874. 

Children : 

-|-797 David Dickinson/ b. Aug. 19, 1808; m. 1st, Eunice Thomas; 2d, Sarah 
Strong. 

798 Emeline Letitia,^ b. June 7, 1810 ; d. Sept. 12, iSSi ; m. Feb. 19, 1829, Sey- 

mour Stevens. He was born March 30, 1802, was a farmer and tanner at 
Milton, and died Jan. 15, 1S73. 

799 Anna Ida," b. Oct. 13, 1812; d. April 21, 1S50; m. March 14, 1841, David 

Johnson, of Bethlehem, Conn., who died Dec, 1861. Children : (i; Anna 
E., b. Oct. 24. 1845; d. Nov. 4, 1845. (2) Aitg-usta Roxatma, b. Bethle- 
hem, Jan. 2, 1847 ; m. Litchfield, Feb. 9, 1869, Horatio Page Griswold. 
He was born at Milton, Nov. 13, 1837 ; is a hotel proprietor, justice and 
constable at Milton, Conn. 

Soo Roxanna Osborn,' b. Feb. 29, 1S16; m. Sept. 2, 1838, Abner Gilbert, a farm- 
er at Goshen, Conn. Children : (i) Albion G., died young. (2) Del- 
phina, b. July S, 1842 ;d. Feb. 15, 1S71. (t,) Elizabeth G., b. Nov. 27, 1S45; 
d. Oct. 17, 1S67. 

.801 Mary Elizabeth," b. Feb, 21, 1821 ; m. Nov. 10, 1841, Charles D. Wheeler. 
He was born Nov. 18, 1817; is a farmer at Litchfield, Conn. Child : (i) 
yane Elizabeth, b. March 6, 1S4S ; m. Jan. 22, 186S, Isaac C. Hutchinson, 
b. July 26. 1845. Children: (Ij Charles L.,b. Sept. 6, 1870 ; (11) Came 
May, b. May 23, 1874. 

317 

EvERiTT Guild" {ycremiah^ ycremiah^^ Saviiiel^ Samuel^ yohti'^)^ 
son of Jeremiah and Hannah (Hale) Guild, born at Milton, Conn. 
April 3, 1786, married at Delphi, N, Y., May 5, 1810, Hannah Per- 
kins, daughter of Rufus Perkins. She was born .\ug. 31, 1785, and 
died Nov. 27, 1850. He was a saddler and harness-maker at Wal- 
ton, Delaware Co., N. Y., and died there April 25, 1850. 

Children : 

802 Everitt Emmett,'^ b. Delphi, N. Y., May 6, 1811 ; m. Jan. i, 1S38, Susan P. 
Darrow. His early advantages for obtaining "an education were rather 
limited, and after leaving the public school he studied theology under the 
direction of Rev. Stephen R. Smith, a prominent Universalist minister 
then of Clinton, N. Y. In 1S35, he commenced to officiate as a clergyman. 
His theological views were somewhat peculiar, resembling those of the 
Hicksite Quakers, and he called himself a Quaker Universalist. He was 
quite fond of debate upon all the exciting questions of the day and was a 
somewhat voluminous writer, contributing numerous articles to the news- 
papers and magazines. In 1S44 he published a denominational book enti- 
tled " The Universalist's Hook of Reference," and in 1875, ^ 'i'^'*-' ^^'^^k 
called •' The Pro and Con of Supernatural Religion." From a brief 
sketch of his life in the book last named, we extract the following : "As a 
man and a cit'zen he was without reproach. In theology, he was a Pan- 
theist; in p'lilosophy, a Materialist; in medicine, an Eclectic; in religion, 
a Rationalist, and in morals, a Utilitarian."' He died at Binghampton, 
N. Y.; the widow resides at Walton, N.Y. Child : (803) Mary Elizabeth, 
b. Aug. 12, 1S40. 

804 Lyman Perkins," b. July 27, 1813 ; d. Walton, N. Y. 

805 Edmond," b. May 22, 1S16; d. May 26, i8i6. 



POSTERITY OF JOHN GUILD OF DEDHAM. 109 

806 Adelia,' b. July 22, iSiy; m. Oct. 3, 1S39, Gabriel A., son of Amasa and 

Elizabeth H. (Seymour) Hoyt, of Walton. lie was born Nov, 6, 1S16 ; 

was a farmer and a member of the Concrregationalist church at Walton ; 

died Sept. 15, 1882 ; widow resides at Walton. Children : 

(i) Edi^ar Phillips (Hoyi), b. May 24, 1841; m. Oct. 19, 1863, Jennie 

Wright. He is a harness-maker, and a member of the Congrega- 

tionalist church at Walton. Children: [l] Hatlie Adelia,h. Nov, 

15, 186S ; ( H) Sherman E., b. Aug. 9, 1870. 

(2) Charles Perkins (Hoyt], h. Utz. I, 1842; m. May 7, 1S67, Hattie E, 

Turland. He served the late war ; is now a merchant, and a mem- 
ber of the Baptist cjiurch at Philadelphia. Children : (I) Ephraim 
Turland, b. Feb. 15, 186S ; (II) Lewis Hornberger, b. June 23, 187 i; 
(III) Charles Joseph, b. Sept 19, 1873; (IV) Elizabeth Adelia,h. 
Nov. 26, 1S78; (V) Clarence Garfield, b. June 27, 1881. 

(3) Shenna)i (Hoyt), b. July 27, 1844 ; d. in the army Dec. 2, 1862, 

(4) Augusta (Hoyt), b. Dec. 4, 1846; m. Oct. 30, 1872, Henry E. Ogden, 

a physician and surgeon at Walton, who died Aug. 31, 1884. Chil- 
dren : (I) Henry Smith, b. Aug. 3. 1874. (II) Edward Messenger, b. 
Feb. 9, 1877. (m) George Arthur, b. April 20, 1880 ; d. Oct. 18, 
1882. (IV) Lvman Garfield, b. March 23, 1882. 

(5) Hannah Elizabeth (Hoyt), b. Jan. 13, 1850. 

(6) Arthur Ferris (Hoyt), b. Oct. 14, 1853 , m. April 25, 1877, Emma L. 

Fancher ; is a harness-maker, and a member of the Dutch reformed 
church at Walton. 

(6) Seymour (Hoyt), b. April 27, 1S55. 

(7) Elizabeth Matilda (Hoyt), b. June i, i86o. 

807 Emily,'' b. Jan. i, 1820; m. March 25, 1S49, Benjamin Franklin, son of 
Dudley and Lydia (Ferris) Griswold, of Norwich, Conn., and Walton, 
N. Y. He was born at Orwell, Vt., July 2, 181 5 ; is engaged in the jew- 
elry and fruit business at Elwood, N. J. ; has been postmaster seventeen 
years, and a ruling elder of the Presbyterian church twenty-five years. 
Children : (i) Helen Elizabeth, b. May 29, 1850 ; d. Sept. 12. 1850. (2) 
William Everitt, b. F^eb. 13, 1853 ; m. Oct. 19, 1873, Anna FuUard ; is a 
dentist in Canada. Child : (I) Franklin F., b. Nov. 6, 1875, (3) Sarah 
Emma,h. May 29, 1864; d. Feb. 6, 1867. 

4-808 Edwin,'' b. Sept. 6, 1S22; m. Harriet More. 

+809 Truman,'^ b. Sept. i, 1825; m. Elizabeth M. Keen. 

-j-Sio Marshall,' b. Jan. 27, 1829; m. Sophia E. Beach. 



319 

Jeremiah Guild ^ {yeremiah,^ yeremiah^^ Samuel^ Samuel,- y<)hti^), 
son of Jeremiah and Hannah (Hale) Guild, born at Middlefield,Conn,, 
April 15, 1792, married Sept. i, 1813, Laura Clark, who was born 
Aug. 8, 1794, and died May 18, 1863. He was a millwright and car- 
penter at Milton, Conn., and died there Aug. 18, 1859. 

Children : 

Sii Clark Osborn,^ b. June 10, 1815; d. May 28, 1871 ; m. Oct. i. 1837, Jean- 
ette Parmelee, b. Sept. 20, 1816. Child: (S12) George C.,^ b. Sept. 24, 
1844; m. Jan. 31, 1871, Mar.lla Clark; is a carriage and sleigh maker at 
Bethlehem, Conn. Children : ('in,)y:ilia B..^ b. July 18. 1872 ; (?,iX)Mary 
M.? b. Nov. 26. 1874; (815) Edna Loui<e,^h Jan. 7, 1879. 

8l6 Lewis Hale,^ b. Milton, Conn., Oct. i, iSi7;-m. Sept. 6, 1843, Sarah J., 
daughter of Azar and Sarah (Brown) Merchant, of Sharon, Conn. She 
was born April 22, 1820. He learned the millwright trade, working with 
his father; in 1839, went to Kentucky; returning after a time, he worked at 
his trade in Milton, New Haven, and Bethlehem, Conn., until 1862, when 



110 GUILD GENEALOGY. 

he went to Amenia, N. Y., and engaged in the furniture and undertaking 
business, and he still resides there. Children: {Siy) Siira A Louisa,* h. 
March 19, 1846 ; m. Jan. 2, 1S68, John S. Leggett. He owned a currying 
establishment at Brooksville. Ont.. until it was destroyed by fire ; is now 
superintendent of one at Watertown, N. Y.; had one child who died 
young. (SiS) Adriauna D.^ b. Aug. 15, 1S4S ; m. Dec. 30, 1S6S, Stephen 
G. (Jdell. He is a carriage maker by trade ; was associated with his father- 
in law at Amenia for several years; is now engaged in the undertaking bus- 
iness at Torrington, Conn. Children : (i) Lewis Henry, b. Jan. 2, 1S77; 
(2) Leo Ed-ward, b. Nov. 12, 187S. 

819 Lenian Andrew.'' b. Milton, Conn., Oct. 2t. 1823; m. 1st. Oct. 8, i860, 

Caroline, daughter of Arvil and Caroline (Castle) Morris. She was born 
in 1829, and died July 17, 1866. He married 2d, Nov. 12, 1879, Ellen 
West, daughter of Lyman and Ann (West) Carter. She was born at New 
Milford, Conn., Sept. 2, 1S3S. He has been first selectman, and parish 
clerk and treasurer of the Protestant Episcopal church of I^ethlehem, 
Conn., where he still resides and is engaged in farming. With Truman 
Guild, he published in 1877, the " Genealogy of the Descendants of Jere- 
miah Guild," and the material contained therein has been very useful to 
the compiler of this book. They have no children. 

820 George Sidney.'' b. Litchfield, Conn., Sept. 24, 1S26; m. April 24. 1S60, 

Fidelia, daughter of Timothy J. and Mahaia (Stone) Parmelee. She was 
born at Bethlehem Aug. 29, 1S31, and died Feb. 13, 1887. Mr. Guild 
represented Bethlehem in the Legislature of 1S72 ; has been selectman 
three years ; is now a carriage and sleigh maker, and a member of the 
Protestant Episcopal church at Bethlehem. With his brother Leman, he 
published in 1886 a supplement to the genealogy of 1877, and the compiler 
of this book is under great obligations for his kind assistance in procuring 
new material. 

821 Earl Smith,' b. Milton, Dec. 23, 1S30; m. ist, Dec. i;, 1859, Harriet D., 

daughter of Elias and Julia (Page) ILart. She was born in 1S36, and died 
April 26, 1861. He married 2d, Martha J. Hart, sister of his first wife. 
She was born in 1S42, and died Oct. 29, 1862. He married 3d, Aug. 26, 
1879, Sarah Louise, daughter of Augustus and .Sarah L. (Hazen) P.iyne. 
He is a merchant and mechanic at Bridgeport, Conn. Children; (82 1 a) 
Harriet Martha^' b. Milton, April 19,1861; m. Augustus S. Payne, of 
Warren, Conn., who was born Jan. 24, 1857. Children : (i) Roy Hart, 
b. Dec. 21, i88x; (2) Grace, b. May 28, 1884. 



323 

Frederick Fenton Guild® (ytVYw/^//,^ Jeremiah,* Samuel^ Sam- 
uel,'^ John^)^ son of Jeremiah and Lucincla (Fenton) Guild, born at 
Warren, Conn., Feb. 6, 1803, married Aug. 29. 1823, Phebe Porter 
Nevvco.mb, who was born Nov. 3, iSoo, and died Aug. 29, 1877. He 
was a millwright and carpenter at Goshen, Conn., where he died Sept. 
21, 1854. 

Children : 

822 Frederick Porter,'' b. Aug. 23, 1S25; resides at Goshen, Conn. 

823 Henry Hobart.' b. Oct. 4, 1829; m. Sept. 22, 1851, Sarah Irene, daughter 

of Josiah and Lucinda (Guildl Jennings. Mr. Guild is a sawyer and me- 
chanic, and a member of the Protestant Episcopal church at East Corn- 
wall, Conn.; has been a warden of Trinity church, Milton. Child: (S24) 
Nessie Hcywood^ b. Milton, Jan. 14, 1863. 
825 Julia Frances," b. June 6. 1S34 ; m. Harmon Charles Seelye. Children : 
(i) Frederick Merrills, b. Houghton, Mich., March 25, 1S57; m. Oct. 9, 
1884 Elinor Amelia, daughter of William H. and Ruth O. (Kilborn; Jen- 



POSTERITY OF JOHN GUILD OF DEDHAM. Ill 

nings. She was born at Cornwall, Conn., March 24, 1S62. lie is by 
trade a machinist and tool maker, having worked at Springfield, Newton, 
and other places ; is at present employed at Thomaston, Conn. (2) Win- 
ifred Alice^h. March 6, 1850; m. Elier L. Stumpf, of Thomaston. (3) 
Jejiuie Ev>li)te, b. Feb. 18, i860; m. June i, 1885. Charles W. Ilotchkiss, 
of Waterbury, Conn. (4) Walter Rchvard, b. Goshen, July 10, 1866 ; is 
a blacksmith at East Cornwall. (5) Abby Adella, b. March 11, 1870. 



325 

Truman Guild" {Jeremiah^ yeremiah^*^ Samuel^ Samuel,"^ yohn'^\ 
son of Jeremiah and Lucinda (Fenton) Guild, born at Warren, Conn., 
April 19, 1806, married Feb. 21, 1830, Lamira Catlin, daui^hter of 
David and Anna (Parmalee) Catlin. She was born Jan. 10, 1809, and 
died Dec. 31, 18S3. Mr. Guild was a carpenter, school-teacher, sur- 
veyor, and justice of the peace for thirty years at Warren, Conn. He 
is a member of the Protestant Episcopal church of Milton, and resides 
at Warren. 

Children : 

826 Jane Eliza," b. Nov. 27, 1S31 ; m. Sept. 22, 1851, George L. Minor. He 

was born Feb. 2, 1827. and resides at Cornwall, Conn. Children : fi) 
Clarence Z., b. Aug. 9, 1852. (2) Ida Alura, b. Dec. 25, 1854. (3) Jen- 
nie Eliza, b. April 26, 1857 ; m Jan. 6, iSSo, William R. Coe. (4) Cora, 
b. May 13, 1859. (e^) Frederick William, b. June 12, 1861. {6) Leigh 
Richmond, b. Aug. 5, 1863. (7) ^'*(^' Ij- ^^ct. 5, 1865. 

827 Catherine,' b. Feb. 23. 1834; m. May 20. 1857. James B. Lyons. He was 

born Aug. i, 1826, and resides at Norway, Menomonee Co., Mich. Chil- 
dren :( i) £•//« C. b. July II, i860; (2) Jokn y5., b. July 19. 1862. d. 
Dec, 1S62; (3) Katie B.\ b. July i, 1S66 ; (4) James B., b. July i, 1866. 

828 Margaret Ann, ^ b. Aug. 8, 1840; m. Aug. 7, 1S68, Lewis Jones. They re- 

side at East Cornwall. Children : (i) N'ellie May, b. May 22, 1S73; (2) 
James Eugene, b. Nov. 5, 1876. 

829 Ellen Lamira,'' b. May 23, 1844 ; d. July 20, 1S66. 
-j-830 Alfred Truman,^ b. June 26, 1S49; ^- Emily B. Smith. 



328 

Nathaniel Guild ** {N'athaniel^" ATathaniel,^ Nathaniel^ Sainuel,'^ 
yohii'^), son of Nathaniel and Rebecca (Hart) Guild, born at Wal- 
pole, Mass., Sept. 19, 1770, married Feb. 15, 1798, Caty Willett, who 
was born Sept. g, 1776, and died March 21, 1861. His father dying 
when he was twenty-three years of age, the entire family was left in 
his charge. He was a man of quick and generous impulses, thor- 
oughly honest and upright in his dealings, and thereby gained the 
respect and confidence of his neighbors. In 1799, he was appointed 
sergeant of a company in the 3d Regiment, 2d Brigade, ist Division of 
the Militia of Massachusetts. In 1803 he was commissioned by Gov. 
Strong, ensign of the same company, and in 1806 he received a cap- 
tain's commission which he held until he resigned in 18 10. During 
the blockade of the War of 18 12, he carted with his own team, two pair 
of oxen and a horse, a load of leather to New York for his brother 



112 GUILD GENEALOGY. 

Samuel, and brought back a load of molasses to Boston, making the 
trip in three weeks. For several years he was a member of the board 
of assessors and selectmen. In his religious views he was of the old 
type of Unitarian faith, and in politics a regular Jeffersonian Democrat. 
He followed the occupation of farming at Walpole, where he died 
March 24, 1848. 

Children : 

831 Curtis.'' b. Jan. 14, 1799; d. Nov. 12, 1822. 

83^ J.-icobJ b. Oct. 9, 1800; d. Feb. 15, 1824. 

833 Catharine,' b July 9, 1803; m. Aug. 26, 182S, George Bullard. He was a 
farmer at Walpole, and died •A.ug.. 1849. Children : (i) Frances Cath- 
arine, b. .Sept. 22, 1834; m. Frederick T. Belcher, of Fo.vboro ; resides 
at Middleboro, Mass. Child: (I) Mabel Josephine, b. Sept. 27, 18S2. (2) 
Nancy Josephine, b. Sept. 5, 1836. 

S34 Mary Ann,' b. Oct. 7. 1S07 ; m. Nov. 19, 1832, Calvin Hartshorn. He is 
a millwright at Walpole, M:iss. Children: (i) Anna Maria, b. Sept. 12, 
1833; m. Nov. 10, 1859, Luther S\van Leech, of Stoughton, who died 
April II, 1875. Child: (I) Joseph Swan, b. Nov. 14, i860. (2) Calvin 
Guild, b. Feb. 23, 1840. (3) Edivard Curtis, b. Sept. 28, 1844; d. April 
21, 1849. 

835 Maria,' b. March 3. 1S17 : m. June 9. 1844. Recri Clark, of Champion, N.Y. 
He was formerly a merchant tailor in Boston; now resides at Walpole. 
Children : (i ) Lisette Maria, b. July 29, 1S45 ; d. .May 21, 1849. (2) Mary 
Louisa, b. June 13, 1847 ; m. June 22, 1S76, Edwin R. Delong. of Boston; 
resides at Dorchester, Mass. Children: (I) Richard Batchelder, b. Sept. 
16, 1877; d. Dec. 14. 1884. (II) Achiah, b. June 31, 1879. (Ill) Harold 
Clark, b. Nov. 26, iSSo. (3) Laura Dorwin, b. Oct. 9, 1849. (4) George 
Beeri, b. Sept. 29, 1851. 



329 

Hkrmon Guild® {Nathaniel^ Nathaniel^^ Nathaniel^ Samuel^ 
jfohn'^),, son of Nathaniel and Rebecca (^Hart) Guild, born at VVal, 
pole, Mass., Jan. 24, 1773, married Dec, 1803, Marg.\ret Pettee- 
who was born Dec. 25, 1783, and died Oct. 30, 1846. During the War 
of 18 1 2 he was engaged in transporting merchandise from iioston to 
Providence. The house in which he was born has been in the hands 
of the Guild family for several generations, and was torn down about 
1855. He was a farmer who thoroughly enjoyed his work and sur- 
roundings. Thrifty, and of the strictest integrity, he greatly increased 
his possessions, and was respected by all who knew him. He was a 
verv conscientious observer of the Sabbath, not onlv for himself and 
family, but also for " his cattle and the stranger within his gates." 
The only church in town at that time was called '' Orthodox," but in 
later years has been known as the Unitarian. He built a substantial 
granite tomb on the ground which had been "given for a burial 
ground " by his grandfather Nathaniel, who was the first person bur- 
ied there. He died Oct. 11, 1847. 



POSTERITY OF JOHN GUILD OF DEDHAM. 113 

Children : 

4-836 Charles/ b. July 18, 1805 ; m. ist, Adeline Nason ; 2d, Mary Polleys. 

837 JaneJ b. Dec, 1S07 ; d. Dec, 1824. 

838 Caroline,' b. Aug. 24, 1812 ; m. Nov. 18, 1832, Cyrus Fisher, of Medway. 

He was born Aug. 15, 1S09 ; was an inventor and builder of machinery 
at Canton, Mass., where he carried on a successful business for forty 
years. He died there, Feb. 20, 1880. Children: 
(i) Hermon C)';7<j (Fisher), b. Boston, Sept. 29. 1S33; m. New York, 
Oct. 23, 1867, Cornelia C. Smith He was a member of the 7th New 
York Regiment in the late Rebellion, and is now a well-known com- 
mission fish merchant at New York City. Child : (I) Hirmon Clar- 
ence. 

(2) Augttsttts Gui/d (Y'xshftx),]^. Nov. 16, 1833; m. Dec. 26, 1S66, Olive 

A. Crowell. He is a ship broker and commission merchant at New 
York City. Child : (I) E/oise Abbie. 

(3) Chester Irving (Y\%\\tx).\). Canton, April 25, 1847; m. Bridgewater, 

Mass., Sept. 28, 1S75, Clara F. Leonard. He became a student at 
the State Normal school in Bridgewater in 1S65 ; taught school for 
two years ; afterward studied medicine and was graduated M.D. 
from Harvard College June, 1870; was appointed port physician of 
Boston, holding that office until Sept. 15, 1875, when he resigned to 
go into private practice. In June, 1883, during the investigation of the 
State almshouse at Tewksbury, he was asked to take charge of that 
institution ujjon a hospital basis. He accepted the call and entered 
upon the duties Aug. ist, as superintendent and resident physician, 
and still holds that office. He is a member of the Massachusetts 
Medical society, and of the Congregationalist church ; was for six 
years superintendent of the Sunday school. Children: (1) Irving 
Leonard, h. Brookline, Oct. 9, 1876; (II) Louise Marion, \i. Hol- 
brook, Oct. 10, 1878. 
839 Louisa Ann,^ b. July 14, 1815 ; m. Jan. 4, 1842, William Rogers Clark. 
He was born in Champion, N. Y., Jan. 6, 1814 ; came to Boston in 1833, 
and engaged in business; is now engaged in improving his real estate, 
stores and houses ; resides at Dorchester. Children : 
(i) Louise Melissa (Clark), b. Dec. i, 1842 ; d. Oct. 2, 1S73 ; m. Sept 23, 
1864, George Whitney Coleman, who is a wholesale merchant in 
dry goods at Boston. Child : (I) Annie Louise, b. July 24. 1S65. 
(2) William Rogers {C\^.\\C), b. Jan. 17, 1S45 ; "^- Feb. 28, 1881, Mary 
Anna, daughter of Josiah Robinson, of Boston. He was engaged 
for several years with his father in the shipping, importing and com- 
mission business ; is now in the real estate business at Boston. 
Child : (I) Louise, b. June 27, 1S82. 



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Samuel Guild ® {JVafhatiiei,^ N'at/ianiel* Nathaniel^ Sajtiud^ 
yohn'^),soxi of Nathaniel and Rebecca (Hart) Guild, born at Wal- 
pole, Mass., March 18, 1777, married Nov. 25, 1806, Sarah Mears, 
daughter of James and Mary Mears. She died, age 83 years. His early 
days were passed on his father's farm, and he received only such 
schooling as could be obtained during a few weeks in the winter. At 
about fifteen years of age, he left the paternal roof, and taking all his 
worldly possessions in a handkerchief, walked to Roxbury, and com- 
menced learning the trade of a tanner with Mr. Samuel Heath, whose 
tannery was situated at what was then called " Hogg's Bridge." Here 
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mained also for some years afterward. Upon leaving " Tanner 
Heath's," he hired the old tannery belonging to Mr. James Mears 
sen., which was situated nearer what is now the center of Roxbury 
and embraced also a large tract of unimproved land, which at the 
time was considered as extending into the wilderness, and when Mr. 
James Mears jr. built his dwelling-house upon a part of the premises 
he was considered almost insane to move to such a remote place. 
The whole of the tannery estate, including the house of Mr. Mears, 
was subsequently purchased by Mr. Guild, and here he continued to 
reside during the remainder of his life, a period of fifty-five years. 
There always seemed to be a sort of magnetic attraction in the old 
spot, which for many years kept the members of the family together, 
and nearly all of them settled upon some portion of the estate. 
Mr. Guild enjoyed the respect and confidence of the community in 
which he lived, and was often selected to fill situations of trust and 
responsibility. He was several times chosen representative to the 
General Court, served two years as senator from Norfolk County, was 
president of the People's Bank twenty-five years, and several years 
president of the Institution for Savings. His death occurred Jan. 12, 
1862 t^See Portrait). 

Children : 

840 Mary Davis,'' b. Roxbury, Dec. 23, 1S07 ; d. Jan. 25, 1861 ; m. Nov. 14, 

1839, Daniel F. Child. He was born May lo, 1S03 ; was for many years 
connected with the Hinckley Locomotive Works, and in all the situations 
of life was a thoroughly conscientious and upright man. He was a warm 
and firm friend of Rev. Theodore Parker, and a decided and outspoken 
advocate of the abolition of slavery at a time when such a course had not 
become popular. He died Oct. iS, 1876. Mrs. Child was endowed with 
great personal beauty and unusual loveliness of character. Children: (i) 
Mary Louisa Everett, b. May 27, 1841 ; m. Oct. 5. 1863, Francis Bush jr., 
who died Aug. 16, 1S74. (2) Franklin David, b. Nov. 24, 1842; m. Nov. 
6, 1879, Eliza C. Howard. (3) George Frederick, b.Aiig. 9. 1844 ; m. Nov. 
23, 1S75, Alice Hunnewell. [^)Satnuel Guild, h. July 21, 1S49 '■• unmarried. 
(5) ^'ci////<7, b. June 3, 1853; m. June 7, 1876, Charles F. Harbeck, of 
New York. 

841 Samuel,'' b. July t6, 1809; d. Sept. 19. 1846; m. Jan. 11, 1844, Elizabeth 

Baker Davis Thayer. He attended the public schools of his native town 
until he commenced his duties as assistant to his father in the manufact- 
ure of leather, and with his brother James succeeded to the business 
which for many years was prosperously carried on under the firm name of 
S. & J. Guild. In early life he evinced a fondness for music, and was for 
some years a member of the choir of the Unitarian church of Roxbury. 
He was quiet and unobtrusive in his ways, and a man of excellent business 
ability; had no children. 
-f-842 James,' b. July 12, i8ti ; m. rst, Sophia 13. Child; 2d. Annie E. Gore; 3d, 
Caroline S. Whitmarsh. 

843 LouisaJ b. Au^. 31. 1813. Owing to the long-continued illness and infirm- 

ity of her mother, the care and responsibility of a large household de- 
volved principally ujion her, and throughout her whole life she has ex- 
ercised a conscientious supervision of (he family ; and toward many of 
her relatives her benefactions and her care have been unceasing. She 
resides at Roxbury, unmarried. 

844 Sarah Ann,'' b. Oct. 26, 1S16; m. June 5, 1850, John Green Chandler, of 

Lancaster, Mass., who was born Dec. 18, 1815, and died there Sept. 11, 
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dren : (i) Alice Green, b. July iS, 1S51 ; has been librarian of the Lancas- 
ter Public Library since 1873. (2) f''a"ny Guild, b. July 10, 1857. 

845 George," b. Nov. 11, 1818; d. May 23, 1S87, unmarried. 

846 Harriet^ b. Aug. i, 1S21 ; d Boston. Sept. 16, 1S76; m. Nov. 13, 1845, 

E. Foster Briggs, who died at Nice, Italy, Feb. 6, 1856. No children. 
+847 Henry," b. Jan. 13, 1S24 ; unmarried. 
-{-848 Frederick,'' b. Feb. 2, 1826; m. Sarah Woodward. 
849 Frances,' b. Aug. 5, 1828; d. July 20, 1882, unmarried. 



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James Guild* [N'athaniel^^ Nathanid,^ Nathaniel^ Samuel^- John'^^ 
son of Nathaniel and Rebecca (Hart) Guild, born at Walpole, Mass., 
Feb. 26, 1782, married S.\rah Walker. He resided at Springfield, 
Mass., and died there, March 21, 1857. 

Children : 

850 Harriet.'' 

851 Melinda.^b. ; m. Jan. 13, 183^, Lymin Smith, who died at South 

Dedham, Oct. 5, 1845. Children : (i) John E., b. Aug. 7, 1830; (2) 
Charles L., b. May 15, 1833; (3) Anna M., b. Aug. 17, 1836. 



337 

Chester Guild** {Nathaniel!!' Nathaniel,* Nathaniel, Samuel,^ 
yohn ^), son of Nathaniel and Rebecca ( Hart) Guild, born at Wal- 
pole, Mass., April 19, 1791, married at Boston, June 13, 1822. Har- 
riet FiSKE, daughter of William and Eunice (White) Fiske, of Bos- 
ton. She was born Jan. 3, 1799, and died July 6, 1872. Until four- 
teen years of age he resided with his widowed mother in the family 
of an older brother on the homestead. About this time he went to 
Roxbury where his brother Samuel was engaged in the manufacture 
of leather, and became an inmate of his family, continuing in his em- 
ploy until i8i2,when he commenced business on his own account on 
what is now Washington street, Roxbury, then and now a great thor- 
oughfare of the land approach to Boston. It became the center of 
the leather interest, the custom being for the shoemakers to take their 
goods to market by their own teams and on their return to purchase 
supplies for another week. In starting business his main reliance was 
upon the thorough practical knowledge of it he had obtained, supple- 
mented by the small amount of five hundred dollars which he had 
by economy been able to save during his minority, and five hundred 
dollars received from his father's estate. Soon after his marriage he 
purchased a beautiful estate on Main street, where he resided for many 
years and where all his children were born. Much of his early suc- 
cess in the struggle to acquire a business capital he attributed to the 
faithful wife by whose aid in the performance of the household duties 
in a cheerful and economical manner he was enabled to steadily in- 
crease the business. In 1845, he purchased the extensive tannery in 
Charlestown, known as " Tufts' tannery," and shortly after moved his 



116 GUILD GENEALOGY. 

family to the new town of Somerville. Here he erected a comforta- 
ble homestead which for many years was the happy center where the 
children and grandchildren delighted to assemble, and where the 
neighbors and friends were always sure of a hearty welcome. He 
became thoroughly identified with the place of his adoption and 
sought to promote its interests in every laudable way, and during the 
war his patriotic efforts were unceasing. Esteemed and respected by 
his fellow-ciiizens, he was repeatedly solicited to accept offices of hon- 
or and trust ; but being modest and retiring in his manners, he pre- 
ferred the quiet enjoyment of his own pleasant home with the society 
of the devoted partner of his life, to mingling in the bustle of public 
affairs. Yielding, however, to a sense of duty, he occasionally acceded 
to the wishes of his friends, serving upon the school committee of the 
town of Roxbury, as a member of the board of selectmen of Somer- 
ville and representative in the General Court, performing the duties 
incident to these positions to the entire satisfaction of his constitu- 
ents. He was an honored member of the .Masonic fraternity, having 
been a charter member of Washington lodge, Roxbury. being at one 
time Worthy Master ; was also charter member of John Abbott lodge, 
of Somerville, also member of the Unitarian society of Charlestown. 
He retired from active business, having acquired a competency, and 
relinquished the business to his sons. Having passed a delightful 
winter with his wife in Florida, on returning he died of heart disease 
at Savannah, Ga., March 7, 1869. {^See portrait.) 

Children born at Roxbury : 

-I-852 Chester,'' b. Dec. 13, 1823; m. Mary E. Sweetzer. 

-I-853 Charles Henry,' b. JutiJ 11, 1825; m. Margaret J. Fox, 

-I-854 George Alfred,' b. Dec. 14, 1826; m. Harriet E. Rice. 

855 H.irriette Maria," !). June 2S, 1S29; d. Jan. 2i. 1862. 

-f-856 Josiah Fiske,' b. May 20, 1S31 ; m. Lucy W. Bradshaw. 



341 

James Guild" (Samuel,^ Natha?iicl* N^athanid^ Samuel^ yolin'^), 
son of Samuel and Elizabeth (Ferizuson) Guild, born at Easton, Mass., 
April 18, 187 1, married first, June 16, 1803, Abigail Copeland, 
daughter of Elijah Copeland, of Easton. She died March 14, 1809. 
He married second, April 15, 1810, Betsey E. Williams, daughter of 
Marlborough Williams, of Easton. He was a manufacturer of cotton 
and woolen goods, associated with his brother-in-law, Calvin Brett, 
under the firm name of Brett & Guild at Easton, and died there, Oct. 
3. 1853. 

Children : 

857 Charlotte,' b. July 25, 1S04; m. Sept., 1824, George W. Burrell. of East 
Bridtjewater. Children: (y) Jimes S , (z) Charlotte A., (t,) M.irtin D., 
(4) IVilliam A., (5) Harriet S.. (6) Abhy G. 

85S Alniira,^ b. June 14, 1S06; m. March 27, 1S34, Dr. Menzias R. Randall, of 
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859 Martin," b. June 19, 1808; m. Nov. 21, 1844, Nancy Bacon, of Rochester, 
and had {860) Nelia.^ m. Henry Tucker, and resides at East Stoughton; 
(861) Abby,^ m. David Carter, and resides at Pittsburgh, Pa. 

862 Cyrus,' b. March 25, 181 1 ; d. ; no children. 

863 Samuel, ' b. March 10, 1817; d. Dec. 12, i86i ; m. Mary King, of Taunton; 

had no children. 

864 Abigail,'' b. Dec. i, 1823; m. ist, Nov. 10, 1840, Horatio Leach, of Easton, 

who died March 19, 1843, leaving no children; m. 2d, Feb. 7, 1854, John 
Deering Curtis. He was born at Woodstock. Maine, Feb. i, 1822, and is 
a dealer in dry goods at Mechanic Falls, Maine. Child : (i) Elizabeth 
Jane, b. Easton, Sept. 10, 1855; m. Dec. 23, i88t, Lewis Allen Moulton. 
He is associated with his father-in-law in the dry goods business. 



345 

Nathaniel Guild' {Samuel,^ Nathaniel,^ Nathaniel,^ Samuel,^ 
John^)^ son of Samuel and Catherine (Leonard) Guild, born at 
Easton, Mass., Feb. 23, 1791, married April 27, 1818, Harriet Perry, 
daughter of Dr. James and Ada (Shepardson) Perry, of Easton. She 
was born March 3, 1800, and died at Newton, Mass., Oct. 26, 1868. 
He was a farmer at Easton, represented the town in the Legislature 
two years, and died at Easton, Sept. 16, 1868. 

Children : 

865 Harriet Perry,'' b. May 13, 1820; m. May 27, 1837, Daniel B. Wheaton, and 

resides at Easton. Children : (i) George Henry, b. June 8, 1838; d. Nov. 
14, 1839. {-2.) Harriet Perry, b. Nov. 5, 1839; d. Nov. 12, 1S39. (3) Dan- 
iel Henry, b. June 19, 1843; d. Aug. 29, 1846. (4) Frederic Guild, b. Aug. 
10, 1851; m. Dec. 31, 1873, Harriet L. Holmes, of Sharon; no children. 

866 La Prelette B.,' b. Sept. 26, 1825; d. Dec. 5, 1826. 

867 Lusannah H.,' b. Aug. i, 1827; m. July 16, 1867, Isaac N. Rich, of Newton; 

resides at Easton; no children. 

868 Frederick L.,' b. July 17, 1830; d. Nov. 26, 1830.- 

869 Nathaniel L.,' b. Oct. 23, 1832; m. Lafayette, Ind., March 20, 1864, Han- 

nah Tuft. He is engaged in mining at Richmond, near Sedalia, Mo. 
Children: (870) Mary Tuft^ b. Dec 28, 1865. (871) Harriet Perry, ^\i. 
June 8, 1869. (872) Catherine Isabella* b. June 22, 1871 ; d. Nov., 1871. 
873 Catherine E.,' b. Aug. 12, 1834; m. ist, Sept. 11, 1853, Calvin F. Dailey, 
who died July 11, 1855; m. 2d, Peter Lunn, of Easton, who died April 4, 
1882. Children: (i) Linneaits IVkeaton, b. Nov. 28, 1858 ; m. Nov. 28, 
1885, Ada E. Dean. Child : (Ij Otis L., b, Sept. 20, 1886. 



350 

Moses Guild® {Moses^ Moscs,'^ Nathaniel ,^ Samuel,^ jfohn'^)^ son of 
Moses and Abigail (Everett) Guild, born Dec. 8, 1792, married May 
14, 1820, Julia Ellis, of Walpole. She was born Dec. 18, 1791. He 
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Children : 

874 Moses Ellis, 7 b. So. Dedham, June 11, 1821, ni. Oct. 28, 1858, Sarah Ann, 
daugliter of Enoch and Ann (French) Ellis, of Walpole. She was born 
April 18, 1832. Mr. Guild is a forester and resides at Minneapolis, 
Minn. Children : (875) Ilfary Juliette,*^ b. at So. Dedham, Sept. 7, 1859; 
(S76) Afoses Dwight^ b. Nov. 22, i860, d. Sept. 20, 1861 ; (877) Minme 
French,^ h. Nov. i, 1861, d. Nov. 3, 1S62; (87S) Lucy Maria,** b. at St. 
Paul, Minn., Aug. 25, 1S63; (879) Moses^ b. May i, 1866, d. May i, 1867 ; 
(880) Fanny Richards *h. June 22, 1867, d. 1S83; (SSi) Ellis Richards,'^ 
b. 1869, d. 1870; (882) Angfliii Catherine* b. 1872, d. 1S76. 

883 George Dwight," b. Mar. 17, 1S25. m. Sept. 13, i860, Mary M., daughter 

of William and Catherine Thomas of Longwood, Mass. He entered 

Brown University, 1S40, and graduated at Harvard in 1845; studied law 

and became successful in that profession. He died at Boston, May 5, 

1862. Child: {884) Edtlh,^ b. Sept. 22, 1861. 



354 

Curtis Guild" (Afoses,^ Moses* Nathaniel^ Samuel^ yo/in^), son 
of Moses and Abigail (Everett) Guild, born at South Dedham, Mass., 
Sept. 26, 1800, married April 12, 1827, Charlotte Louisa Hodges, 
daughter of Ezra Hodges, of Maine. She died Aug. 2, 1876. He 
fitted for college at Andover, and graduated at Harvard in 1822. For 
several years he was a merchant at Boston, engaged in the West India 
trade. From 1838 until the date of his death, June 26, 1849, ^^^ was 
a merchandise broker. 

Children born in Boston. 

-f-885 Curtis," b. Jan. 13, 1827; m. Sarah C. Cobb. 

886 Marianna Charlotte." 

887 Benjamin Franklin,^ b. Dec. 8, 1833, m. Mar. 8, 1S71, Mary C, daughter 

of John M. and Mary C. (Loud) VVhittemore of Boston. She was born 
August 4, 1842. Mr. Guild received his education in the public schools 
in Boston. After leaving school he was engaged in the fancy goods and 
fine art busmess in Boston and New York as a bright and successful sales- 
man. The firm in New York failing in 1859, his services were engaged 
by his brother who had just started the Commercial Bulletin. He became 
a partner and part owner of the paper in 1866. In the newspaper 
business Mr. Guild found his vocation, and a field for his keen business 
instincts, originality and energy. He has quite a reputation as a writer, 
and a humorous column in the Bulletin, *' The Spice of Life," an origi- 
nal feature of his, is widely quoted by the press. Mr. Guild is a member 
of the Merchants and Algonquin Clubs, the Mechanics Charitable Asso- 
ciation, the INLisonic Fraternity, Christian Union and other Boston organ- 
iz itions. He was Sponsor of the Algonquin Club, and as Secretary of 
the Merchants Club, a business organization of seventy-five of the most 
prominent business men of Boston, was presented in 18S6 with an ele- 
gant hall clock costing $500, with a most flattering address from the club, 
testifying to his worth as a business man and a citizen of Boston. They 
resitie on Commonwealth avenue. (See por.'riit.) Children: {8S8) Mary^ 
b. Feb. 6, 187,:; (8S9) Ue.en,^ b. April 30, 1S75. 




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359 

Nathaniel Guild ^ {Abner,^ Moses,* Nathaniel,^ Samuel^- John'^), 
son of Abner and Sarah (Dean) Guild, born at South Dedham, Mass., 
Aug. 26, 1795, married Sybil Hewins, of Sharon, Mass., who was 
born March 17, 1794, and died at South Dedham, Jan. 6, 1862. He 
died at New Salem, Mass., in 1872. 

Children : 

890 Nathaniel Hewins,^ b. July 30, 1S21 ; m. April 15, 1846, Adelaine S. Clapp, 

of Dedham, who died Nov. 2, 1855. He resides at West Medvvay, Mass. 

891 Charles].,' b. Dec. 21, 1S24; d. Worcester, Mass., April 28, 1874, unm. 

892 Benjamin D.,'' b. Oct. 25. 1827 ; resides at Norwood, Mass., unmarried. 

893 Sybil Julia,'' b. March 29, 1830 ; d. Dec, 1S61 ; m. Dec. 2, 1852, Francis 

Ide; resided at Ashford, Conn. 

894 Ezra Phineas,^ b. April 24, f8 55; m. Sept. 12, 1862, Hannah Thayer, daugh- 

ter of Asa and Harriet (Harding) Blake. She was born June 23, 1835. 
Mr. Guild was a corporal in the 43d Regiment, Massachusetts Volunteers, 
and is now a carpenter at Worcesier, Mass. Child: (895) Hattie Julia^ b. 
June 3, 1876; d. Aug. 27, 1876. 

380 

'Ly^ni'S>Qwlv>^ (yOliver^ Aaron,* Nathaniel,^ Samuel,^ y^oAn^), son 
of Oliver and Anna ( BuUard) Guild, born Feb. 18, 1786, married 
Nov. 28, 1814, RoxA Morse, of Walpole, who was born Jan. 31, 1792, 
and died Nov. 10, 1879. He died Nov. 24, 1829. 

Children : 

896 Oliver,'' b. March 29, 1815; d. 1836. 
+897 Lewis,' b. Jan. 3, 1818; m. Ann F. Miller. 

382 

Jacob Guild^ (^'acob,^ Aaron,* Nathaniel^ Samuel^ John^), son 
of Jacob and Chloe (May) Guild, born at South Dedham, Mass., Jan. 
28, 1782, married Dec. 4, 1808, Hannah GouLp, daughter of Ezra 
Gould, of Sharon. He died Jan. 14, 1870. 

Children : 

898 Frances Nason,' b. Dec. 10, 1S09; d. Sept. 15, 1844. 

-f-899 Charles May,'' b. Oct. 21, i8ii ; m. Harriet A. Fox. 

900 Henrietta,'' b. Oct. 28, 1813; died young. 

901 Maria,'' b. Oct. 17, 1815; m. Mark Guild (See). 

902 George Henry,' b. Oct. 5, 1817 ; d. Sept. 3, 1856. 

388 

'R.'E.VB^'H Gvix.v>^ {yoel,^ Aaron* Nathaniel^ Samuel,^ yohn"^ '), son 
of Joel and Hannah (Weatherbee) Guild, born at South Dedham, 
Mass., Sept. 20, 1793, married first, April 22, 1818, Olive Morse, 



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daughter of George and Irene (Pettee) Morse, of South Dedham. 
She was born Oct. 5, 179S, and died May 27, 1S58. He married 
second, Jan. 19, 1869, Alice Nichols Chase, daughter of Humphrey 
and Rebecca Chase, of Haverhill, and widow of Samuel Hoyce, of 
Lynn. She was born July 23, 1804. During his boyhood and early 
youth, he worked upon the farm and attended the district school, where 
he acquired a fair knowledge of the common branches, as taught at 
that period. At the age of sixteen, he entered his father's shop as an 
apprentice to learn the trade of a blacksmith, remaining until his 
majority, when feeling a desire to see something of the world, he 
passed a short time traveling in New FLngland and Canada, after which 
he resumed his regular occupation. In the spring of 1816, he located 
at West Dedham and entered in the business of blacksmithing and 
carriage-making in connection with Samuel Thwing, a partnership 
which continued for twelve years, after which time he carried on the 
business alone, until the infirmities of age compelled him to engage in 
other pursuits. For a time he kept a livery stable, and in connection 
therewith maintained an omnibus line between West Dedham and 
Dedham Centre. For more than thirty years he was an undertaker 
and superintendent of the village cemetery. Mr. Guild's public offices 
were not many nor onerous. In 1820 he was commissioned as a mil- 
itary officer, and rose from the rank of ensign to that of captain, by 
which title he was for many years known. He was frequently called 
upon to serve as "committee man " for the district school, his interest 
in educational matters and his genial, pleasant ways rendering iiim 
especially qualified for that work. About the year 1840, he was elected 
deacon of the Unitarian church, a position which he held for nearly 
forty years, and for a long time he was superintendent of the Sunday- 
school. Towards the close of his life his religious convictions and 
experiences underwent a change, and he espoused the evangelical 
views as held by the Baptists, and on June 10, 1877, being in his 
eighty-fifth year, he made a public profession of his faith, and was 
baptized in the " Great Pond " at Dedham. In his domestic relations 
Mr. Guild was peculiarly happy. With the wife of his youth, who 
was a lady of uncommon loveliness of person and character, and more 
than ordinary intelligence, he lived for forty years, and never were 
husband and wife better suited to each other, and never were two hap- 
pier together. He died after a brief illness, March 3, 1882. 

Children : 

903 Olive,'' b. Feb. 20, 1S20; d. Jan. 10, iSSj; m. Dec. 23. 1840, Moses, son of 
David and Polly (French) Boyd, of West Dedham. He was born Oct. 2, 
1S15, and resided at Dedham. Children : 
(i) Maria Louisa (Hoyd), b. Nov. 24, 1843; '"• ^^^- 27, 1871, Cornelius 
Abbott, sun of Ezra and Lendamine (Guild) Taft. He was born in 
Dedham, Nov. 30, 1S34; was orderly sergeant of Company D, 43d 
Massachusetts Regiment in the Ke'iellion ; is now teller of the Web- 
ster National Bank at Boston, and resides at Dedham. 

(2) Henry /r/V/.zr,/ (Boyd), b. Nov. 16, 1S45; d. Oct. 20, 1S6— . 

(3) Frank Raymond (Boyd), b. Aug. 6, 1847; tri- July 17, 1873, Julia Wil- 

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(4) Ella Endora (Boyd), b. Feb. 27, 1849; m. Oct. 9, 1872, Jeremiah, son 

of Jeremiah and Emeline (Childs) Williams, of Jamaica Plain. He 
is a wool broker at Boston. Child: (I) Jeremiah, b. Aug. 9, 1S73. 

(5) Moses Gardner (Boyd), b. Jan. 5, 1852; m. April 30, 1885, Harriet T. 

Wolcott. 

(6) Frederic Webster (Boyd), b. Oct. 6, 1853. 

(7) Charles Marshall (Boyd), b. July 2r, 1855. 
-I-904 Reuben Aldridge,^ b. May 4, 1822; m. Jane C. Hunt. 

905 Maria,'' b. Jan. 12, 1824, d. May 16, 1883; m. 1st, Jan. 13. 1848, Marshall, 

son of William and Milly (Farrington) Fairbanks of Dedham. He was 
born Feb. 19, 1S18; was ticket agent for the Boston & Providence R. R. 
at Dedham. Died Oct. 14, 1854. Married, 2d, July 7, 1859, Calvin F., 
son of Jason and Rebecca (Fairbanks) Ellis of West Dedham. He is a 
manufacturer of palm leaf fans and hats at Boston, and resides at Ded- 
ham. Children: (i) Eben ^/ar.i7id!// (Fairbanks), b. Jan. 28, 1849; (2) 
Eva Maria (Fairbanks), b. July 23, 1852; (3) Isabella (Fairbanks), b. April 

15. j8s4. 

906 Willard,' b. July 25, 1826; d. March 3, 1830. 

907 Elmira,' b. Dec. 22, 182S; m. April 21, 1853, Franklin, son of Theodore T. 

and Abigail S. (Gay) Kimball. He was born Oct. 7, 1828, and is a con- 
ductor on the Dedham Branch of the B. & P. R. R., residing at Dedham. 
Children: (i) Carrie Lizzie, b. Aug. 19, 1855, d. Nov. i, 1884; (2)Edward 
Wayland, b. Feb. lo, 1863. 

908 George Morse, ^ b. July 24, 1831 : m. Sept. 16, 1858, Harriet Nellie, daugh- 

ter of Harvey and Nancy (Rowell) Adams of Lancaster, N. H. She 
was born Oct. 11, 1838. At the age of seventeen he entered the employ 
of Dea. Timothy Gilbert, the celebrated piano manufacturer of Boston, 
and remained until 1861, when he commenced making and selling pianos 
himself, turning out instruments which soon acquired an extensive repu- 
tation for their general excellence and cheapness. Thousands of pianos 
bear his name, and there has been a constantly increasing demand. The 
firm is at present, Guild, Church & Co. He is a member of the Baptist 
church and the Masonic Fraternity, residing at Boston. Child: (909) 
Louisa Adatns^ b. Oct. 22, 1862. 

910 Elizabeth,'' b. Aug. 24, 1833; m. Nov. 25, 1858, Allen L., son of Josiah D. 

and Hannah (Rice) Howe of Dedham. He was born at Petersham, May 
22, 1833; was a hotel proprietor, having kept the Pavilion House at Wolf- 
boro, N. H., the Ocean House at Nantucket, and the Evans House at 
Boston, where he died May 24, 1886. Children : (i) Matlie A'., b. June 
19, 1864, d. Feb. 15, 1865; (2) Chester Allen, b. Oct. 27, 1S69. 

911 Martha Jane,'^ b. Sept. 29, 1835; m. Dec. 16, 1868, David W.,son of Enoch 

and Elizabeth (Williams) Hoyt of Amesbury, Mass. He was born April 

16, 1S33, graduated at the Putman School at Newburyport, attended 
Brown University, has taught school at Newburyport, Beloit, Mo.. Pem- 
broke, N. H.. Newton Upper Falls and Lexington, Mass.; was one year 
assistant Professor of Mathematics in the Polytechnic College of Phila- 
delphia, four years Professor in the New Hampton Institute at Fairfax, 
'Va. In 1864, took charge of the English and scientific departments of 
the Providence High School; in 1871, he published the genealogy of the 
Hoyt Family, a book of 700 pages. Children: (i) Elizabeth Guild, b. 
Mar. 29, 1870; [2) Harold Williams, b. Sept. 18, 1872. 

912 Emily Frances,'' b. June 10, 1838; m. Nov. 16, 1865, Benjamin F., son of 

Benjamin and Ann G. (Thornj Dymond of England. He was born at 
Windsor, N. S., April 27, 1837; is a piano finisher at Boston. Children: 
(i) Herbert Randolph, h. ]\i\y 7, 1867; (2) Harry Lawrence, h. April 8, 
1870, d. Feb 10, 187 I. 

913 Annis Cornelia,'' b. April 14, 1841 ; m. Feb. 10, 1869, Frank D., son of 

Thomas and Hannah (Deane) Hayward of Marlborough, N. H. lie was 
born April iS, 1845; served through the late war, kept a variety store at 
West Dedham, meat and provision store at Waltham, and now commis- 
sion produce at Worcester. Child: (i) George Allen, b. Dec. 6, 1S69. 
y 



122 GUILD GENEALOGY. 

914 Kdw.-ird Wayland,' b. May 23, 1S44; m. 1st, Fanny L., daughter of Samuel 

and Anna N. (Chase) Boyce o( Lynn, and widow u£ William McFeat of 
Boston. She died Oct. 2S, 1870. Married, 2d, Nov. 30, 1S76, Althea H. 
Huntress. He served nine months in Co. D, 43d Mass. rcgt. volunteers, 
since wiiich time he has been employed in a provision store at Boston. 
Child: (914^) Nellie Wayland,* b. May 5, 1S70, d. June 24, 1871. 

389 

Joel Guild' ( Joel,^ Aaron,"^ Aathaniel^ Samuel^ John^)^ son of 
Joel and Hannah (Weatherbee) Guild, born at South Dedham, Mass., 
Feb. II, 1796; married at HoUiston, Mass., June i, 1822, Lucretia 
Phipi'S, daughter of William and Lucretia (Plympton) Phipps of Ash- 
land, Mass. She was born May 15, 1801. He was a blacksmith and 
farmer at Norwood, Mass., where he died Dec. 3, 1865. 

Children : 

915 Joel Anson," b. at So. Dedham, April- 13, 1823; m. ist, Dec. 22, 1S51, Su- 

sanna Howard Foster of Brookline; m. 2d, Sept. i, 1S74, Sarah E., 
daughter ot William and Patience Maynard of Portsmouth, R. L She 
was born Mar. 28, 1S50. He is a merchant and President of the National 
Bank at Brookline, Mass. Child: {916) 6'(7/-ii:/i /vj/f;-,'' b. July 12, 1S55; 
m. Oct. 29, 1S78, George Rogers of Brookline. Children: (i) Madelaine 
Guild, (2) Grace Ho-< ey, {3) Ethel Dana. 

917 Lucretia Jane,'' b. Sept. 27, 1825; m. April 24, 1854, John Newell Smith of 

South Walpole. He died April [5. 1S81. 

918 John I'hipps,' b. .^Iar. 23, 1.S28; died young. 

919 iunily Augusta," b. Oct. 3, 1836; m. Feb. 11, 1856, Lyman B., son of Moses 

and Hannah (Bagley) Nichols of West Amesbury. He was born Nov. 
25, 1825, is a carpenter at Peabody, Mass. Children: (i) Emma Alcena, 
b. Mar. 26. 1857, m. Nov. 24, 1881, Charles F. Foss of Peabody, and had 
(1) Ralph Emery, b. Jan. 22, 1881; (2) Horace Lyman, b. Feb. 22 i860, 
d. Feb. II, 1S64; (3) Herbert Foster, b. Aug. 6, 1S62, d. Feb. 6, 1864; (4) 
Lizzie Alice, b. Dec. 12, 1864; (5) Louis Lyman, b. Ai^ril 2, 1867; (6) Jen- 
nie Florence, b. Oct. 31, 1869; (7) Edmund Sargent, b. Oct. 8, 1872; (8) 
Marion Rogers, b. Aug. 7, 1875; (9) Harry Guild, b. June 15, 18S3. 

920 Susan Elizabeth,^ b. Feb. 11, 1S42; resides at Brookline, unmarried. 

390 

Abner Guild* {Joel^ Aaron,^ Nathaniel^ Samuel^ yohtt^)^ son of 
Joel and Hannah (^Weatherbee ) Guild, born at South Dedham, Mass., 
Nov. 27, 1798; married March 14, 1821, Mary Fairbanks, daughter 
of Benjamin Fairbanks of West Dedham. She died July 29, 1878. 
He died at West Roxbury, April 29, 1877. 

Children : 

921 George A.,'' b. May 16, 1822; m. Mary Jones of Newton, and lived at East 

Walpole. Child: (922) Joel A.,* b. Sept. 4, 1844. 
-j-923 Virgil,' b. Oct. 20. 1824; m. Jane M. Hilton. 

924 Horatio,'' b. July 30, 1827; m. Oct. 15, 1849, Mary Jane Deake of North 
Providence, R. I. They had (925) Julietta Fitzland,^ b. Mar. 19, 1852. 

926 Mary Fairbanks,'' b. Mar. 22, 1830; d. May 29, 1830. 

927 Mary Ann Maria," b. Dec. 30, 1831 ; m. Aug. 18, 1850, Nathan C. Hutchins 

of W'est Roxbury. Children: (i) Albert Henry, b. Jan. 16, 1852; (2) 
Charles Edwin, b. (Jet. 23, 1853. 

928 Hannah Ellis," b. Feb. 2, 1835; '"• ^'^b- 2, 1853, John J. P. Davis of Boston. 

929 Caroline Abby," b. April i6, 1837. 



POSTERITY OF JOHN GUILD OF DEDHAM. 123 

930 Abner,'' b. Jan. 28, 1842; d. Dec. 19, 1843. 

931 Lucinda Hartshorn,'' b. Mar. 23, 1844; d. Oct, 26, 1844. 

932 Amanda JaneJ b. Dec. 5, 1845. 



391 

Benjamin Guild' {^oe/,^ Aaron,* Nathaniel^ Samuel^ John^), son 
of Joel and Hannah (Weatherbee; Guild, born at South Dedham, 
Mass., June 14, 1800; married May 23, 1830, Electa A. Keith of 
West Roxbury. He was a blacksmith at West Roxbury, and died 
there March 10, 1879. 

Children born af West Roxbury : 

933 Benjamin Franklin, '' b. May 18, 1S34 ; was a merchant at Boston, and died 

Oct. 9, 1885; unmarried. 

934 George Keith,' b. Nov. 29, 1836; m. Sept. 7, 1864, Josephine, daughter of 

Artemas and Sarah A. (Binney) Hammond. She was born at Boston, 
June 12, 1843, ^""^ "^'^d ^^ West Roxbury, Sept. 4, 1883. At an early 
age he engaged in mercantile pursuits, and in 1853 he entered the store of 
Messrs. Waterston, Pray & Co., one of the oldest and largest dry goods 
commission houses and agents for mills in Boston, where he remained 
through all the subsequent changes in the style of the firm, until the pres- 
ent year; having by his intelligence, industry and faithfulness, risen 
through all the gradations, from the most primary position in the office to 
be the confidential clerk, and for many years was a partner in the firm. 
At the pres ent time Mr. Guild is engaged in business upon his own ac- 
count, being proprietor of the "Granite State Mills" at Newport, N. H., 
and the post-village where they are situated is officially known by the 
name of " Guild." He is extensively and favorably known in business 
and social circles, and is an honored and useful member of several organ- 
izations. He is a director in the Atlas Bank, the Cotton and Woolen 
Mutual Insurance Co., and the Merchants Association; is a trustee in the 
Home Savings Bank, the Forest flill Cemetery and the Orpheus Musical 
Society; is a member of the Merchants' Club, the Algonquin Club, the 
Boston Art Club, and has for several years been a member of the Wins- 
low Lewis Lodge, F. and A. Masons. Mr. Guild resides on Marlboro 
street in Boston, and also has a country residence in his native town, 
which he occupies about five months of the year. Child : (935) Mary 
Ella,^ b. Oct. 8, 1872. 
-j-936 Joel Henry,'' b. Mar. 13, 1844; m. Sarah L. Keene. 



392 

Horace Guild' (yoe/,^ Aaron* Nathaniel^ Samuel,"^ yohn^)^ son of 
Joel and Hannah (Weatherbee) Guild, born at South Dedham, Mass., 
Nov. 24, 1802 ; married May 5, 1827, Amelia Fisher, of Canton, who 
was born March 6, 1803, and died Nov. 25, 1S7S. He moved to Can- 
ton, Mass., in 1827, and engaged in farming, always maintaining a high 
character, served the town for many years as selectman, overseer o f 
the poor and assessor. He died April 22, 1876. 

Children born at Canton : 

937 Nancy Fisher,' b. Mar. 20, 1828; m. July 24, 1849, Eliphalet Loring Thayer 
of North Bridgewater, Mass., b. July 2, 1S24, d. at Brockton, August 10, 
1876. She resides at Brockton. Children: (i) Ella M., b. May 31, 1850; 
m. Dec. 3, 1870, John Simmons of Brockton. Children: (I) Alice G., b. 



124 GUILD GENEALOGY. 

Oct. 28. 1871 ; (II) John Weston, b. Nov. 14. 1877. (2) Horace L., born 
Mar. 30, 1S54; (3) Emma L., b. Dec. 3, 1S61 ; (4) Gertrude A., b. Feb. 
8, 1866, d. Dec. 17, 1876. 
938 Horace,' b. Sept. i8, 1829; m. April 18, 185S, Mary Cordelia Jones of Ran- 
dolph. He is a carpenter and farmer at Canton. Children : 
(939) Gustavus Fisher^ b. June 25, 1859; m. Sept. 19, 1885, Clara Thomas 
Wing of Long Plain, Mass. He is a school teacher at Boston. Child : 
(940) Caroline VVingi> b. Aug. 3, 1886. 
(941) Ernest Albert,^ b. Sept. 16, 1863. He is a machinist at Boston. 

942 Amelia Maria,' b. April 19, 1831; m. Dec. 29, 1852, Nathaniel, son of James 

and Hannah C. (Davenport) Bent, b. at Canton, May 5, 1S24, d. Oct. 29, 

1882. She resides at Canton. Children: (i) Annie Amelia, b. Dec. 20, 
1853; m. June 16, 1881, Harvey Wheeler of Concord, Mass. Children: 
(1) Roger, b. May i, 1882; (H) Gladys, b. June 10, 1S85. (2) iVathalia, 
b. Oct. 12, 1855; (3) James Siuart, b. Jan. 27, 1857; m. Nov. 25, 1880, 
Lydia Ella Connery of Boston. Children: (I) James Stuart, b. Sept. 25, 
1881 ; (H) Amelia Guild, b. May 11, 1883; (HI) Paul Stanley, b. May 17, 
1886, d. Aug. 4, 1886. (4) Hattie Guild, b. Oct. 4, 1859, m. Sept. i8, 

1883, Walter Josiah Connery of Boston. 

943 Hannah Weatherbee,'' b. Aug. 30, 1832; m. Dec. 29, 1852. John Edwin, son 

of John and Roger (Fuller) .Morse, born at South Dedhani, April 20, 
1824; resides at Canton. Children: (i) Edwin Fuller, h. Oct. 17, 1853, 
d. July 26, 1855; (2) Carrie Maria, b. July 26, 1855, m. Nov. 27, 1879, 
Raphael Moore Hoyle. She graduated at Dedham High School, taught 
at Everett School seven years. Child: (I) Ethel Gertrude, b. Dec. 5, 
1883. (3) tannie Guild, b. April 11, 1857, m. May 9, 1882, Edson Davis 
Smith. She graduated at Dedham High School, taught school at Milton, 
resides at Norwood. Children: (I) Christine Lillian, b. Sept. 3, 18S4; 
(IIj Marjorte Davis, b. Sept. 6, 1S85. (4) Walter Frederic, b. Sept. 28, 
1858; graduated at Clarke Institute, Northampton, is a steel plate en- 
graver ; (5) Hannah Josephine, b. July 17, i860; photograph retoucher, 
Gannett Institute, Boston; (6) John Lewis, b. Aug. 16, 1865; clerk B. & 
S. Commercial College, Boston. 
944 Frederic,' b. Oct. 30, 1833; m. ist, Martha Jane Mills of North Easton ; 
m. 2d, Emma Davenport of Canton. He is engaged in the street railway 
business at Canton. Child : 
(945) A'cttie Fatter,^ h. May 15, 1859; m. Jan. 13, 1880, George Edward 
Dana of North Easton. Child : (i) Fred Guild, b. Feb., 1887. 

946 Henry,' b. July 9, 1840; died young. 

947 Josepnine Rachel,' b. July 27, 1S44. 



394 

Warren Guild* {yoel^ Aaron* Nathafiid^ Samuel,'^ yo/vi^), son of 
Joel and Hannah (Weatherbee) Guild, born at South Dedham, Mass., 
May I, 1808; married Feb. 5, 1843, Julia A. Woodward, daughter 
of John and Fedy (Jackson) Woodward of Newton. She was born 
Aug. 27, 18 13. He was a farmer at South Dedham, and died there 
Nov. 17, 1848. 

Children : 

-I-948 John Warren,'' b. May 12, 1S44; m. Anna M. Hayse. 

949 Julia A.,' b. Oct. 21, 1846. 

950 Calvin D.,' b. June 20, 1848. 



POSTERITY OF JOHN GUILD OF DEDHAM. 125 

404 

Henry Guild* {Nathaniel,^ Aaron* Nathaniel,^ Samuel,^ yohti^), 
son of Nathaniel and Hannah (Tyler) Guild, born at Dedham, Mass., 
Nov. 29, 1818 ; married Oct. 2, 1845, Louisa P. Frobisher, daughter 
of Benjamin C. and Abigail (Gary) Frobisher of Boston. He left 
Dedham in 1834 and went to Boston to learn the jeweler's trade; 
commencing business for himself in 1843, and is now the oldest man- 
ufacturing jeweler in Boston. 

Children born at Dorchester : 

951 Helen LouiseJ b. March 2, 1847. 

952 Henry Frobisher,^ b. Dec. 26, 1849. He is a member of the firm of Henry 

Guild & Son, manufacturers of jewelry at Boston; unmarried. 



407 

Samuel Guild® {yohn,^ yohn* jfohn^ Samuel,'^ yohn^), son of 
John and Olive (Stewart) Guild, born July 20, 1788, married Dec. i, 
18 II, Sarah Severance, of Chester, N. H., who died in 1845. He 
died Oct. 26, 1862. 

Children : 

953 Olive,'' b. Oct. 16, 181 2; m. Oct. 25, 1835, William Temple, of Providence, 

R. I., who was born June 15, 1813. Children: (i) Abbie Ann, b. Aug. 
8, 1836. (2) William Henry Giles, b. Nov. 17,1846; resides at Provi- 
dence. 

954 Samuel,' b. Sept. 9, 1814; d. Sept. 14, 1817. 

955 William Henry,'' b. Nov. 9, 1817; d. April 3, 1819. 

956 John,' b. April 8, 1820; d. April 18, 1820. 

957 Sarah,' b. April 8, 1820; d. April 22, 1820. 

95S George Washington,' b. March 15, 1S21. He served in Company A, 9th 
Regiment, N. E. Regulars in the Mexican War, and took part in most of 
the great battles; was an orderly sergeant in the Rebellion; died at Prov- 
idence, Nov. 14, 1872, unmarried. 
-f-959 Charles Henry,' b. March 23, 1823; m. Susan A. Thayer. 

960 Caroline,' b. March 14, 1827; m. Dec. 7, 1851, George H. Kirby, who was 
born at Dartmouth, April 9, 1827. Children : (i) Charles Guild, b. Prov- 
idence, R. I., Nov. 25, 1852; (2) Frank Severance, b. New Bedford, Mass., 
Aug. 6, 1854; (3) Adaletta Butler, b. Providence, Aug. 6, 1856; (4) George 
Samuel, b. Uxbridge, Mass., March 11, 185S; (5) Caroline ElJora, b. 
Attleboro, Mass., April 17, 1S60; (6) Frederick Adams, b. Barrington, 
R. I., Feb. 7, 1862; (7J Ella Augusta, b. Providence, March 28, 1864. 



408 

John Guild" {John^ yohn^ John^ Samuel,^ yohn'^), son of John 
and Olive (Stewart) Guild, born March 20, 1792, married first, March 
15, 1812, Alice Millett, who died Jan. 13, 1839. ^^ married sec- 
ond, April II, 1839, Esther Prescott, who was born Dec. 30, 1803, 
and died in i88q. 



126 GUILD GENEALOGY. 

Children by Alice Millett : 

961 James Addison,' b. June 12, 1812; m Dec. 4, 1834, Miranda Gould, and had 
(962) Charles F.,^h. Feb. 8, 1836; d. Sept. 13, 1S75; '"• • Child: 

(963) Delia M.,^ b. March 25, 1S64; d. Oct. 26, 1881. 
(964) Lovina E.^ b. June 26, 1839. 

965 Susan E., b. Jan. 7. 1815 ; m. March, 1840, Joseph Blanchard. Child :(i) 

Ella A., b. July, 1849. 

966 Isaac Millett," b. March 17, 1816; m. ist, March, 1843, Sarah Kimball; 2d, 

Sept. 3, 1866, Rebecca Rugg, who died May 7, i8Sd. Mr. Guild worked 
for several years in the mines of California, and is at present a farmer 
at Post Mill Village, Vt. Child: (967) Hdlen^ b. Jan. 8, 1846; m. 
Charles Green, who died July, 1S83. Child: (i) Dora, b. July, 1866. 

968 Mary Farnham," b. Sept. 22, 1817; d. April 23. 1826. 

969 Olive Stewart,' b. March 14, 18^1; d. July 27, 1839. 

970 Lucy May,' b. May 15, 1823; m. March, 1843, Alvah Webster. Children : 

(i) Au^iiit.i, h. March, 1844; d. 1846. {2) Susan A , b. March 25, 1847. 
(3) Charles B., b. 1854. (4) Lydia E , b. >rov.. 1S56; d. May, 1857. 

971 Sarah Ann,' b. Sept. i, 1825; m. May i, 1844, Thorndyke Morse. Child : 

Charles, b. 1847. 

Children by Esther Prescott : 

972 Huldah Maria,' b. Oct, 2, 1840; d. March 25, 1841. 

973 John Henry Prescott,' b. April 25, 1842. He served in the War of the 

Rebellion, since which time he has traveled all over the country, preach- 
ing and working at several trades; has contributed prose and poems to 
religious papers. 

411 

Amos Guild ^ {jfohn^ John^^ John,^ Samuch^ John'^)^ son of John 
and Olive (Stewart) Guild, born Jan. 24, 1796, married first, Nov. 2, 
1818, Hannah Evans, who died Aug. 30, 1824. He married second, 
Jan. 4, 1825, Eunice Dodge. He died at Thetford, Vt., Jan. 4, 1870. 

Children by Hannah Evans : 

974 James William,' b. Sept. 8, 1S23; m. July 6, 1846, Mary Hersey, and had 

(975) Arthur^ b. Sept. lo, 1847, 

976 Huldah Evans,' b. June 8, 1824. 

Children by Eunice Dodge : 

977 Samuel Harvey,' b. Oct. 24, 1S25; d. Post Mills Village, Vt., Sept. 20, 

1S72; m. Sept. 26, 1S55, Susan O. Dearborn. Child: (97S) .£"///;//,' b. 
Sept. 2, 1857. 
979 Julia Elma,' b. May iS, 1827; m. March 11, 1851, Joseph Norris. Children: 
(i) Fhimney Guild, b. March 4, 1852; m. Anna M. Roberts, of Sharon, 
Vt. ; resides at Vershire. Children: (I) Katie Leah, (II) Alice Maria, 
(ill) Lizzie, (IV) Lester Lvrnan. (2) Lester Carroll, b, July 31, 1853. 
(3) Amos L., b. Aug. 30, 1S57. 

412 

Nathan Guild "^ (^John^ John,'^ jfoJm^ Samuel^ yohn ^), son of 
John and Olive (Stewart) Guild, born at West Fairlee, Vt., June 28, 
1800, married first, Aug. 18, 1825, Abigail Bunker and had seven 



POSTERITY OF JOHN GUILD OF DEDHAM. 127 

children, four of whom died young. She died Feb. 17, 1836. He 
married second, Eunice Russell, of Chehnsford, Mass. He worked 
in a woolen mill at Chelmsford several years, and is now a farmer at 
Stoneham, Me. 

Children : 

980 JaneJ b. Jan. 10, 1830; d. Sept. i, 1848. 
4-981 Alonzo J.'', b. Nov. 12, 1832; m. Lovina Patch. 
982 Henry,'' b. Nov. 10, 1834; d. April 26, 1848. 

413 

Israel Stewart Guild" {Johfi^^ John,*' John^ Samuel,^ John'^)^ 
son of John and Olive (Stewart) Guild, born at West Fairlee, Vt., 
Sept. 20, 1803, married Sept. 6, 1829, Sarah Gould, who was born 
July 14, 1802, and died Feb. 6, 1882. He died at West Fairlee, April 
23, 1868. 

Children : 

-I-983 Horace Everet,^ b. Nov. 21, 1830; m. Olive Brown. 

9S4 Sarah Minerva,'' b. Aug. 10, 1S32; d. Oct. 27, iSSo; m. June 30, 1S53, Solo- 
mon Morey, who died Oct. 14, 1885. 
984 George Harrison,^ b. May 11, 1S34. 

986 Royal Edmond,'' b. Jan. i, 1836. 

987 Willis LymanJ b. April 20, 1839; m. ist, Aug. 27, 1802, Ellen E., daughter 

of Simon B. and Lucy (Bean) Chase. She was born at Cornish, N. H. , 
June 24, 1S45, ^""^ died at Lyndonville, Vt., Nov. 18, 1869. He married 
2d, Nov. 24, 1870, Martha Ann, daughter of Joseph and Mary (Snellons) 
Chase, who died March 5, 18S6. He is a carriage-maker, and sexton of 
the Congregationalist church at Lyndon, Vt. 

988 Martha Ann,'' b. Sept. 25, 1S42; d. Sept. 2, 1845. 

989 Jasper Jackman," b. March 8, 1845; m. Lyndon, Vt., Nov. 24, 1870, Adah 

Jane, daughter of John Brown jr., of Westmore, Vt. She was born at 
Waterford, Feb. 24, 1850. He is a carriage-maker at South Ryegate, Vt. 
Child , (990) Willis George,^ b. East Corinth, Nov, 18, 1S72, 
991 Lewis Lyman, 'b. June 6, 1848 ;d. Sept. 7, 1854, 



414 

Ira Guild," {Israel^ John^^ Johti^ Samuel^ John^)^ son of Israel 
and Hannah (Belcher) Guild, born at Stoughton, Mass., May 8, 1794; 
married April, 18x8, Elizabeth Ford of Marshfield. They resided 
at South Hingham, Mass. 

Children : 

992 Elisha Ford,^ b. Oct. 5, 1819; m. Oct. 6, 1844, Amanda Corbett of Dedham, 
and had (993) Elisha.^ 

994 Hannah Belcher,'' b. Dec. 6, 1820; m. Henry Collamore Totman of East 

Abington, INLass. Children: (i) Hannah Elizabeth, b. April, 1S53 ; (2) 
Horace Franklin, b. April, 1857. 

995 Lydia Turner,' b. July, 1822; m. Rufus Cushman of South Boston. Child: 

(i) Rufus Turner, d. young; (2) Lydta Guild, b. 1S49; (3) Frank,\i. 1853. 

996 Elizabeth Jane,'' b. April, 1827. 

997 Priscilla Ann,'' b. July 22, 1829. 



128 GUILD GENEALOGY. 

415 

Israel Guild,® {/srae/,^ John,'' John,'^ Samuel,'' yohn>), son of 
Israel and Hannah (Belcher; Guild, born at Stoughton, Mass., Aug. 
3, 1795 ; married June 23, 1823, i'olly Dickerman of Stoughton. He 
died at Stoughton, May 25, 1870. 

Children : 

998 Rebecca T., 7 b. June 26, 1824; m. Nov., 1843, Henry Hawes of Canton, 

and moved to Mattawanikeag, Me. Children: (i) George, (z) Mary E., 
(3) Abbie A., (4) Hannah, (5) Ehner, (6) Ada. 

999 Mary E.,^ b. Sept. 7, 1825; d. April 2, 1847. 

1000 Calvin P.,' b. Sept. 6, 1827; m. Aug. i, 1853, ^arah J., daughter of Calvin 
Sawtelle of Sidney, Me. She was born March 28, 1S28. He is a shoe 
cutter at Stoughton. Children: (1001) Jennie E.,^\i. May 2, 1861 ; m. 
July I, 1886, \V. H. Cushing; (1002) Mamie L.,^ b. March 26, 1864. 

1003 Hannah H.,' b. May 25, 1831; m. April 15, 1855, William H. Linfield of 

Stoughton. 

1004 Sarah,' b. July 11, 1833; died young. 

1005 John Belcher,' b. Sept. 13, 1835; m. Frances Ellen, daughter of Moses and 

Mary Ann (AllenJ Townes. She was born at Brunswick, Me., Sept. 15, 
1835. He is a farmer at Stoughton. Children: (1006) Mary Alite,'*h. 
Nov. 13, 1864; '"• July 20, 1882, Henry W. Lambert, and have (i) Clem- 
ent Guild, b. July 31, 18S4. (1007) Etta Gertrude,^ b. Feb. 12, 1869. 

416 

Alvan Guild,« (Samue/,^ Samue/,* yo/in,' Samuel,^ John^), son of 
Samuel and Keturah (Cleveland) Guild, born Apr. 10, 1792 ; married 
Nov. 27, 1816, Sally Hayford of Walpole. He died at West Wal- 
pole, Mass., March 16, 1866. 

Children : 

1008 Sarah,'' m. Nathaniel Kingsbury of Walpole. 

1009 Elizabeth," m. Nathan Johnson'of Medtield. 
-|-ioio Charles Henry,' b. Jan. 15, 1830; m. Maria Gay. 

417 

Horace Guild" {Safmtel,^ Saf/iuci,* yoJm* Samuel,^ John ^), son of 
Samuel and Keturah (^Cleveland) Guild, born Feb. 14, 1794, married 
April 5, 1816, Clarissa VVentvvorth, of Walpole, who was born Jan. 
8, 1792. He died Feb. 9, 1880. 

Children : 

ion Harriet,^ b. June 3, 1818. 

1012 Clarissa,' b, April 18, 1820. 

1013 Newell,'' b. Dec. 3, 1821. 

1014 Eunice, 7 b. Oct. 9, 1823; d. April 5, 183S. 

1015 Abigail.' 

1016 Calvin.' b. June 26, 1S26; m. Margaret Ware; supposed to be the Calvin 

Guild living at Worcester, Mass., and has a son, (1017) //. Webster.^ 



POSTERITY OF JOHN GUILD OF DEDHAM. 129 

418 

Lewis Guild® {Samuel,^ Samuel* jfohn^ Samuel^ jfohn'^)^ son of 
Samuel and Keturah (Cleveland) Guild, born March 30, 1795, mar- 
ried Grata Smith, of Walpole. 

Children : 

+ roiS Samuel Eliot,'' b. Dec. 2, 1817; m. Mary F. Rowe. 

1019 Angeline,'' b. June 20, 1S20. 

1020 Catherine Miller,'' b. Sept. 15. 1822; m. Dr. Isaac H. Stearns, of Walpole, 

who was born June 14, 1825. Children: (i) Frederic ^., b. Jan. 20, 
1847; (2) ArJella H., b. i849;'(3) ^^'<^' ^-i t»- Dec, 1851 ; (4) Ida E., b. 
Nov., 1853; (5) Susan M., b. 1855. 

1021 Charlotte E.," b. Dec. 22, 1S24; m. June 26, 1855, Capt. Charles Hallett, 

of Mansfield. Children : (i) Charles L., b. July 1(1856; (2) Alice G., b. 
Sept. 27, 1S57. 

1022 Maria G.,' b. Feb. 15, 1S27 ; m. Aug. 25, 1848, George W. Hamilton, of 

Mansfield. Children : (1) Herbert E., b. Jan. 9, 1850; (2J Clara E., b. 
Jan. 24, 1856. 

1023 Mary ¥.,'' b. April 24, 1829; m. Oct. 28, 1S49, Jacob Crawley, of Rangeley, 

Maine. Children: {i) j. Allyn, b. March 8, 1851 ; (2) Mary E.,h. 
March 12, 1858. 

1024 Betsey,' b. July 4, 1831 ; d. Oct. i, 1849. 

1025 Susan S.,'' b. Oct. 17, 1833; m. Sept. 10, 1855, David B. Grover, of Mans- 

field. Child: (i) George O., b. Sept. 20, 1857. 

1026 Lewis A.,'' b. June 11, 1836; m. ; was mustered into Company C, 24th 

Maine Regiment, Oct. 13, 1862 ; resided at New Vineland. 

1027 Ange L.,'' b. Nov. 9, 1839; m. March 12, i860, Livingstone Lambert, of 

New Vineyard, Maine. 

1028 Elvira B.,^ b. Nov. 16, 1844. 

420 

George Guild ® {Samuel,^ Samuel,* yohji^ Samuel^ yohn ^), son of 
Samuel and Keturah (Cleveland) Guild, born at Walpole, Mass., Feb. 
I, 1801, married first, June 23, 1824, Eliza Lawrence, of Walpole, 
who died April 26, 1828. He married second, Catherine Emeline 
Lewis. He was a captain of the Dedham and Walpole Horse Com- 
pany, residing at Walpole, where he made a business of taking facto- 
ries to run, making cotton cloth, thread and lamp-wicking ; was also 
a cabinet maker, and the latter part of his life a farmer. He was 
superintendent of schools, and chorister of the Unitarian church at 
Mansfield for several years. He "died at Walpole in 1884. 

Children by Eliza Lawrence : 

1029 Eliza Adeline,'' b. June 6, 1825; m. ist, Nov. 26, 1846, Erastus Brown, 

whose name was changed from Noah E. Fillebrown; m. 2d, Nov. 15, 
1881, Noah Mason, of Attleborough, who died in 1882. She resides at 
Mansfield, Mass. Children : (i) Josephine Eliza (Brown), b. June 14, 
1848 ; m. Fred McDonald; resides at Mansfield; has five children. (2) 
Walter Erastus (Brown), b. March 14, 1858. (3) Irving Elmer (Brown), 
b. April 24, 1S63; m. July 22, 1885, Carrie Sydam. He is a machinist 
at New Brunswick, N. J. 

1030 Frances Adelaide,'' b. April 25, 1827; m. William Carnes, and resides at 

Attleborough. 



130 GUILD GENEALOGY. 

Children by Catherine E. Lewis : 

1031 George Lewis, ^ b. April 6, 1830; m. Dec. 24, 1856, Olive Nichols, daugh- 
ter of Ira and Dolly | Nichols) Merrill, of Shelburne Falls, Mass. She was 
born Nov. 19, 1837. He is a machinist at Shelburne Falls. Children : 
(iOT,2) A'atie Afciria,^ b. Nov. 5, 1857; d. April 2, 1S66. (io^t,) Alice 
Eitelh;*h. Feb. 2, 1S59; d. Sept. 18, 1S79. (io34) George Merrill,^ h. 
Dec. 27, 1S71 ; d. June 18, 1S76. 

1035 Julia Catherine.' b. July 22, 1832; unmarried; resides in Boston. 

1036 Samuel Ellis," b. Oct. iS, 1S34; d. Oct. 26, 1857. 

1037 Augustus Henry,7 b. March 7, 1837; m. Helen Pond; is a machinist at 

Boston. 

424 

Samuel Guild" {Aaron,^ Samuel* Johri,^ Samuel,^ John'^), son of 
Aaron and Cynthia (Smith) Guild, born at Walpole, Mass., Feb. 12, 
1806, married Nov. 29, 1832, Orra Fisher, daughter of William and 
Nabby (Capen) Fisher, of Walpole. She was born May 4, 1812, and 
died May 20, 1864. In his younger days he drove an ox-team carry- 
ing freight between Walpole and Boston, then engaged in the meat 
business, all of the time making the farm on which he now lives his 
home. At the time of the Washingtonian movement he became in- 
terested in the subject of temperance, and his children were brought 
up in accordance with its principles. He is a jovial man, quick-witted 
and already to give or take a joke. 

Children : 

103S Orra Elizabeth,' b. April 4, 1834; d. Dec. 10, 1863; m. April 7, 1S57, 
Lyman 1). Ware, of Walpole. Child: (i) George L., b. Dec. 5, 1S63; d. 

1039 Samuel Elbridge,' b. April 20, 1S35; m. April 7, 1S59, Jane, daughter of 
Winthrop and Alice (Hoj^kinson) Earle, of Hollis, Me. She was born 
July 31, 1836. He is a card maker, and deacon of the 2d Congregation- 
alist church at Walpole. Children: (loj^o) Alice Maria^ b. Chelsea, 
July 7, 1861 ; m. Oct. 20, 1881, [ames Bradford Lewis, of Wali^ole. 
Child: (I) James Bradford, b. Sept. 8, 1882. (1041) Marietta,^ d. Feb. 
9, 1880. 

1042 Mary Jane,^ b. Aug. 24, 1837 ; m. Sept. 9, 1856, George Henry Ware, of 
Walpole. Children: (1) Marietta Lcuise, b. April 27,1857; d. 
(2) George Henry, b. Jan. 19, 1861 ; resides at West Roxbury. 
-f-1043 William Fisher,' b. Nov. 20, 1839; m. Elizabeth M. Plimpton. 

1044 Frederic,' b. Nov. 15, 1843 ; m. May 17, 1S71, Phebe O., daughter of Ephra- 
im B. Wilmot, of West Haven, Conn. She was born Dec. 25, 1841. He 
is a machine card maker, member of the school committee and the Or- 
thodox Congrcgationalist church at Walpole. Child: (1045) £i<'<i"or 
Wihnot,^ b. April 9, 187S. 

1046 Julius,' b. ^L-lrch 30. 1S50; m. Sept. 9, 1875, Mary Ella Pillsbury, of Wal- 
pole; resides at Walpole; no children. 

425 

Aaron Guild" {Adron,^ Samuel,* yohn^ Samuel^ yohn^), son of 
Aaron and Cynthia (Smith) Guild, born at Walpole, Mass., Jan. 27, 
1808. Married first, Sept. 19, 1832, Hannah Fisher, daughter of 
Daniel Fisher, Jr. She died Jan. 12, 1843 ; married second, Sept. 
29, 1843, Susan G. Belcher of Wrentham. He died at Walpole, 
Sept. 26, 1849. 1'^^ widow married Crossly of Wrentham. 



POSTERITY OF JOHN GUILD OF DEDHAM. 131 

Child by Hannah Fisher. 

-|-I047 Fisher," b. Mar. 14, 1S40; m. ist,Emma F. Blake; 2d, Harriet E. Maxey; 
3d, Rosyett Robbins. 

Child by Susan G. Eelcher. 
1048 Hannah, '^ b. Oct. 7, 1S44; died Aug. 11, 1848. 

428 

WiLLARD GuiLD,^ {Moses^ Samucl,^ jfohn^ Samuel,'^ JoJm^)^ son of 
Moses and Philena (Barrows) Guild, born at Marlborough, N. H., 
Feb. 8, 1798 ; married Nov. 2, 1822, Abigail Woods of Nelson, N. H. 
He was a cabinet maker at Roxbury, N. H., moved to Michigan, 
thence to Griggsville, 111., where he died Feb. 20, 1865. 

Children born at Roxbury, N. H.: 

-f-1049 Albert Barrows, ^ b. Mar. 31, 1S24; m. Flora A. Russell. 

1050 Alinira.'' b. Nov. 14, 1825. 

1051 Emily Wilder,' b. Dec. 30, 1827. 



432 

Warren Guild^ {Jacob^ Sa?ftuel,^ jfoJm^ Samuel? John^ son of 
Jacob and Prudence (Day) Guild, born at North Shrewsbury, Vt., 
May 17, 1818; married Alma Aldrich, daughter of Jonah Aldrich 
of North Shrewsbury. He died at North Shrewsbury, Aug. i, 1866. 

Children : 

4-1052 Willard,' b. Nov. 17, 1S41 ; m. Angle Butler. 

1053 Prudence Martha,' b. Mar. 19, 1850; m. Henry Lord of Mt. Hollis, Vt. 

1054 Charles Fisher,' b. Sept. 6, 1856. 



434 

Leonard Guild« {Joseph,^ Joseph* Johti,^ Samuel,^ JoJm^) son of 
Joseph and Olive (Boyden) Guild, born at Walpole, Mass., April 7, 
1795 ; married Hannah Day, daughter of Joseph and Elizabeth (Gay) 
Day. She died at Norfolk, Mass., Feb. 22, 1885. He was a farmer 
at Walpole, moved to Osceola Mills, Polk Co., Wis., and died there 
Jan. 7, 1857. 

Children born at Walpole : 

1055 Charles Leonard,' b. Jan., 1821; is a farmer at Walpole. 

-I-1056 William Curtis,' b. Nov. 24, 1S23; m. Anna S. Kent. 

1057 David Willard,' b. March, 1825; is a carpenter at Walpole. 

1058 Hannah Louise,' b. July 24, 1S27; m. Dec. 30, 1S52, Artemas Borden. 

1059 George Whiting,' b. Se|)t., 1829; is an artist residing in Michigan. 

1060 Harriet E.,' b. August iS, 1S32; in 1S52 resided at Dedham. 

io6i Julia Rebecca,' b. October 2, 1835; '" 1857 resided in Levviston. Maine, 
-f 1062 Edward Bates,' b. May 26, 1839; m. Emily M. McDonald. 



132 GUILD GENEALOGY. 

444 

Calvin Guild' {^esse,^ yacob.,* Israel,^ Samuel,^ yohii})^ son of Jesse 
and Zilpah (Smith) Guild, born at West Halifax, Vt., Oct. 14, 1789; 
married Feb. 15, 18 16, Sally Kellogg, who was born at Brookfield, 
Vt., Aug. 9, 1793 ; died at Galva, 111., Aug. 12, 1875. He was a far- 
mer at West Halifax, and died there July 27, 1869. 

Children born at West Halifax : 

1063 William,'' b. Oct. 26, 1816; m. ist, May 16, 1844, Joanna B. Hawkes; m. 
2d, He was a farmer, and deacon of the Cong, church at West 

Halifax. He died at Lowell, Mass., April 27, 1S63. Child : (1064) Or- 
lando Hawkes.^ 

4-1065 Asa, 7 b. Oct. 27, 1818; m. ist, Harriet E. Fuller; 2d, Amelia C. Smith. 

-i-io66 Spencer,'' b. June 23, 1820; m. Abby T. Carlton. 

1067 Julia,'' b. Sept. 13, 1822; m. July 4, 1855, Luke Kingsbury. Children: 

(i) Irving Small, (2) Frank IV. 

1068 Sarah Jemima,^ b. Sept. 6, 1824; m. Albert Guild. (See.) 
-)-io69 Phineas Kellogg,''!). Mar. 9, 1S27; m. Susan C. Lincoln. 

1070 Thomas Ward,' b. May 23, 1829. He was head tailor for a manufacturing 
clothing house at Boston. He died at Chicago, 111., Feb. 17, 1879. I"^ 
1867 he went to Paris and opened a restaurant in connection with the 
Universal Exposition. 
+1071 Rufus IJarnard,'' b. July 25, 1831; m. Susan A. Bergen. 

1072 Harriet Maria,'' b. Nov. 8, 1834; died April 13, 1836. 



445 

Israel Guilds {Jesse^ Jacob,^ Israel,^ Samuel^ yoh?i^), son of Jesse 
and Zilpah (Smith) Guild, born at West Halifax, Vt., May, 1791 ; 
married Rachel Kellogg, who was born at Brookfield, Vt., June, 
179 1, and died Dec. 4, 1872. He was a carpenter at Whatley, Mass., 
and moved to Wayne, 111., in 1839 ; took an active part in educational 
and religious matters. He died there Aug. 22, 1865.- 

Children : 

1073 Eunice,'' b. at Brookfield, Vt., Nov. 12, 1814; m. at Conway, Mass., Apr. 

14, 1836, Henry P. Hemenway. They reside at Sycamore, 111. 

1074 Elijah Lyman, 7 b. at Berlin, Vt., Dec. 25, 1S16; m. Nov. 12. 1S39, Julia 

A. Talmadge, and died August 22, 1852. His widow married D. L. 
Reader, and resides at Aurora, 111. Children : (1075) Herbert E.^ is an 
engineer at Chicago; (107 Si) a daughter^ (1076) Alice^ m. Putnam 

of fChicago. 
+ 1077 William Kellogg,'' b. July 4, 1819; m. Lydia A. Ford. 

1078 Albert,'' b. Nov. 2, 1821; d. at Aurora, 111., June 23, 1886. Married, ist, 

Sarah J. Guild; 2d, Mrs. Urania Whiting, and left no children. 

1079 Harriet Newell,'' b. at Conway, Mass., Nov. 26, 1825, m, Charles Smith, 

and resides at Sycamore, III. 

1080 Fanny Woodbury,' b. Oct. 23, 1829; d, Jan. 15, 1832. 
4-1081 Elias Cornelius,'' b. April 10, 1832; m. Alice D. Blair. 



POSTERITY OF JOHN GUILD OF DEDHAM. 133 

446 

Joel Guild* {^esse,^ yacob,^ Israel^ Samuel^ yohn'^)^ son of Jesse 
and Zilpah (Smith) Guild, born at West Halifax, Vt., Aug. 14, 1793, 
married in 1819, Margaret Kennedy, daughter of Alexander Ken- 
nedy, of Halifax, Vt. She died Dec. 25, 1874. They moved in the 
"great immigration" that succeeded the hard times of 1817 to what 
was then a portion of the "Great West," to Northern Pennsylvania, 
and settled in 1820 in the beautiful valley of the Sheshequin, on the 
Susquehanna River in Bradford County. In 1822 they moved to 
Springfield in the same county. On their advent into the country it 
was a vast wilderness, densely timbered and with very few settlers, 
most of those being from New England. They fought with strong 
hearts and willing hands the pioneer's battle with the wilderness, 
and lived to see it grow to a well-cultivated and thrifty region. Mr. 
Guild was a man of intelligence and standing among the pioneers, 
and brought up his family in a manner that gave them the heritage 
of honest lives, industry and intelligence. He died Aug. 30, 1838. 

Children : 

-f 1082 David C.'^b. Aug. 31, iS2o; m. Maria Black. 

1083 Zilpha,' b. Dec, 1823; m. John E. Torrey. He is a carpenter and builder 

at Cayuta, Schuyler Co., N. Y., and had ten children, six of whom are 
living : (i) Eveline, m. George Dunbar; (2) Margery, m. ; (3) Ben- 

nett; (4) Harriet, m. ; (5) Guy, (6) Leora, m. . . 

1084 Avery B.,' b. Oct. 19, 1824; m. Margaret Hicks, of Springfield, Pa. They 

reside at Troy, Bradford Co., Pa. Children: (1084 a) Sarah,^ m. Frank 
Gustin, of Troy; (10S4 b) Parthenia^ m. James Sims; (1084 c) Ella ^\ 
(1084 d) Rtith^\ ( 1084 e) Emma » ; ( 10S4 f) Alice.^ 

-4-1085 Jesse,7 b. Aug. 16, 1826; m. Matilda Black. 

-4-1086 Orlando,^ b. Oct., 1828; m. Ellen Hicks, of Springfield. 

1087 Annis A.,'' l^Dec. 23, 1831; d. May 3, 1882; m. ist, Julius Sutton, of 

TroopsviW, N. Y. ; m. 2d, J. R. Martin, of Asylum, Pa. Child: (i) 
Jennie (Sutton), m. William Sayles, of Troy, Pa. 

1088 Joseph Ritner,''b. April 4, 1836; m. Elmira, N. Y., Feb. 24, 1880, Emily 

T., daughter of Henry and Ruth (Vose) Decker, of Herman, Minn. She 
was born at Green, N. Y., March 6, 1837. Mr. Guild joined Company 
B, 26th Pennsylvania Regiment, and while in camp at Harrisburg was 
disabled by sunstroke, recovering only after years of illness. He re- 
sumed his avocation as a teacher ; is a trustee of the Universalist church 
and organized the first Sunday-school, of which he is superintendent; has 
been judge of elections and held other town offices. He is a talented 
and highly respected citizen, and active in educational and social matters. 

451 

Horace Guild ® (/jra.?/,^ yacob* Israel,^ Samuel^ yohn'^),%onoi 
Israel and Rhoda (Graves) Guild, born at Chelsea, Mass., July 30, 
1794, married at Goshen, N. Y., Aug. 12, 1819, Dezire Owens. He 
married second, Feb. 5, 1823, Rhoda Parker, widow of Lyman Hall. 
He built a woolen factory at Goshen, N. Y.; moved to Ischua, about 
1823 and engaged in farming ; went to California, remaining fifteen 
years and leaving his family at Ischua. He returned and died at 
Ischua, March 15, 1885. 



134 GUILD GENEALOGY. 

Children by Dezire Owens : 

10S9 Alonzo,^ b, Sept. 15, 1820; m. Hester Ann Fay. He had a stroke of 
paralysis at the age of thirteen, and has since been obliged to walk with 
crutches. He learned the shoemaker's trade and followed it for many 
years; kept a grocery store for some time ; is now living at Machias, N.Y. 

1090 DezireJ b. Dec. 15, 1S22; m. Siinuon Odell. Children: (i) Diana, m. 

Stephen 'I'homas; resides at I'ryanville, Pa. (2) //i?ra^^, resides near 
Kingsley's P. O., Crawford Co., Pa. 

Children by Rhoda Parker : 

1091 Charles Lyman,'' b. Jan. 29, 1S24; m. Mary Albro. He worked with his 

uncle at Lima, N. Y., several years, and until his father went to Cali- 
fornia, when the support of the family devolved upon him. He enlisted 
in 1862 in the 154th Regiment, New York Volunteers, as orderly ser- 
geant, was taken prisoner at Gettysburgh, and died at Bell Island, Dec. 
12, 1863. Children : (1092) Eugene Lyman.^ (1093) Charles Theron^ 
m. ; is a farmer at Ischua; has two girls. (1096) /'>a«;t,^ m. ; 

is a farmer at Ischua; has one son. (109S) Mary Ella} m. Wild- 
rick; resides at Ischua. (1099) Fred.'^ (iioo) Marian,^ d. age 13. 
( I loi) Eugene^ d. age 1 1. 

1 102 Sarah Augusta," b. Sept. S, 1S26; m. William W. Munger, of Lima, N.Y. 

lie was a farmer and shoemaker at Lima and Ischua; went to Michigan, 
and died there. She resides at Caro, Tuscola Co., Mich.; had two chil- 
dren who died young. 

1103 Rhoda," b. May 19, 1829; m. Henry M. Munger. He was a farmer at 

Ischua ; went to Michigan about 1S71, and settled at Portland, Ionia Co., 
where they now reside ; had seven children ; one, Curtis, is a farmer at 
P(jrlland. 

1 104 Edmund Curtis,'' b. June 4, 1831; d. Jan. 22, 1883; m. Matilda Saynes 

He enlisted in a New York regiment ; served in Sickles' Brigade; was 
discharged for disability; went to Connecticut; again enlisted, but was 
discharged. He had two children, a boy who died young, and a girl still 
living. 

1 105 Willis Alanoah,' b. April 20, 1833; m. Sarah Jane Woodward. He en- 

listed in 1S62 in the iS4th regiment. New York Volunteers, and was 
killed at the battle of Chancellorsville. His widow married Cald- 

well, and lives at Bear Lake, Mich. Children: (1106) Emma ^ane,^ 
(11061V) Glen Willis.'^ 
1107 Harriet 'irena,' b. April 18, 1S36; d. Portland, Mich., April 18, 1869; m. 
Frank D. iVIunger. He was a farmer at Mendon, N. Y., and Portland, 
Mich. No children. 
-fiioS William Parker,' b. Sept. 15, 1839; m. Lucy M. Thomas. 



452 

Elihu Guild 8 {^Israel^ ^acob* Israel^ Samuel^^ John'^), son of Is- 
rael and Rhoda (Graves) Guild, born at Conway, Mass., Aug. 3, 1796, 
married at Seneca, N. Y., 1821, Eunice B. Esty, who was born May 
29, 1795, and died Nov. i, 1882. He was a millwright at Rome, Ash- 
tabula Co., Ohio, and died there March 29, 1876. 

Children : 

4-1109 William Esty,'' b. July 15, 1822; m. Mary A. Shipman. 

mo Anna," b. July 14,1824; m. Hiram .\. Cone. He is a blacksmith at Rowe, 
Ohio; has been town treasurer, trustee and postmaster. 



POSTEEITY OF JOHN GUILD OF DEDHAM. 135 

I 1 1 1 George,' b. Oct. 9, 1827 ; m. Mary Ann Treat ; had five children, of whom 
one son is living. Mr. Guild is a prosperous farmer at Colebrook, Ash- 
tabula Co., Ohio, 

1 1 17 Hannah,'^ b. Oct. 9, 1827; m. Levi Rice. He was a merchant at Macon, 
Ohio, and died at Vicksburgh, Aug. 3, 18S2, leaving three children. 



453 

George Guild^ {Israel,^ Jacob,'' Israel^ Samriel,"^ Jolm^), son of 
Israel and Rhoda (Graves) Guild, born at Chelsea, ivtass., Dec. 17, 
1798; married Hannah Greene. In 1836 he moved from Amherst, 
Mass., to Milwaukee, Wis., as one of the first settlers and master 
builders; he died there Oct. 17, 1842. 

Children : 

II 18 George Porter,'' b. at Amherst, Jan. 19. 1832; m. June 30, 1859, Ann Jane, 
daughter of Squire and tLinnah (Compton) Moore. She was born in 
New Jersey, July 17, 1835. It was his very great misfortune to have 
been born blind. After the death of his parents he was sent to the " In- 
stitute for the Blind " in New York City, where he remained for six years 
in acquiring his preparatory education. His sense of touch became so 
acute that he was able to read the raised print in use by the blind, 
although it were covered by several inches of silk. In 1S49, »* the result 
of a surgical operation, he was enabled to see to a very limited degree, 
scarcely sufficient however for him to distinguish between his most inti- 
mate friends. After graduating from the institution in 1850, he taught 
for two years, receiving at first but an exceedingly small compensation, 
but which was before long increased. In 1852 he entered Shurtleff Col- 
lege at Alton, 111., where he defrayed his expenses mainly by performing 
such manual labor and menial duties as were required in the college, 
and graduated in 1856, receiving his degree of A. B., and in 1859 receiv- 
ed the degree of M. A. He was ordained to the Christian ministry as 
a clergyman of the Baptist denomination in December, 1856. He sup- 
plemented his theological education by a medical course, and in 1864 
received the degree of M. D. His ministerial labors have been more 
than ordinarily successful, and he has been instrumental in establishing 
new churches and materially aiding in erecting houses of worship. The 
number of persons who have received the ordinance of baptism at his 
hands is about one thousand. He has officiated as the financial agent 
for the American Publishing House for the Blind, and has invented a 
system of writing for the blind which has proved of considerable utility. 
He is now located at Deland, Fla., where he is engaged in instructing 
young men of color, and preparing them for the ministry. Children: 
(1119) Jesse B.,^ b. Dec. 6, 1862, d. Dec. 10, 1866; (1120) Levi K.,^ b. 
Oct. I, 1865, d. April 22, 18S1 ; (1121) Bessie,* b. July 15, 187 i. 

1 122 Lucius Adams,''' born , is a merchant at Dayton, Lyon Co., Nev. 

1 123 Hannah Submit,' b. Oct. 17, 1S42; m. Nov. 9. 185S, John Howe Jones, 

who was a prominent lawyer and State Senator at Sheboygan, Wisconsin. 
After her father's death she was adopted by a family named Brown, and 
was married under that name; resides at Sheboygan. Children: (i) 
Frances Lucy, b. Sept. 15. 1S60; m. Jan. 24, 1883, William Eastman 
Tallmadge. (2) Charles Brown, b. April 25, 1862. (3) John Howe, b, 
July 2, 1875, d. Jan. 10, 1876. 



136 GUILD GENEALOGY. 

455 

] o^EPH GuiLT)\/sme/,^ Jacob^^ Israel^ Samuel,"^ J^o/ni^), son of Israel 
and Rhoda (Graves) Guild, born at Conway, Mass., August 5, 1803 ; 
married Sarah Carter Colby. She died Sept. i, 1863. He was a car- 
penter and joiner at Buffalo and New York City ; died Mar. 7, 1863. 

Children : 

1 1 24 Emeline Augusta, '' b. at Hinsdale, N. Y., Oct. 29, 1S32; ni. at Buffalo, 

Jan. 23, i8t;4, Horace Winans, and resides at New York City. 

1125 Helen Maria,'' b. Aug. 24, 1834; died Nov. 9, 1841. 

1 126 Martha May,^ b. July 17, 1837, d. Aug. 22, 18S0; m. Sept. 23. 1864, Pierre 

A. Rivarde. Children: (i) Achilie, h. Nov. i, 1865; {2) Vic'or, b. July 
6, 1867; (3) Eugenie, b. Nov. 5, 1869. 

1127 Joseph Elenry,'' b. Jan. 25, 1S44; was a professional musician, master of 

both i^iano and organ. He died Sept. 20, 1876. 
112S Frederick Augustus. '' b. Aug. 4, 1845; m. June 2, 1S69, Agnes Lucy Pearl. 
Me has been several years in the employ of R. I. Chard, dealer in oil 
and lubricators at New York City, and resides at Flushing, L. I. Chil- 
dren: (\ 1 2g) /Catherine Pearl* born July 25, 1870; (1130) Fredrica 
Agnes^ b. April 12, 1S76. 

1 131 Frank Graves, ^ b. March 29, 1849; d. Jan. 25, 1S57. 

474 

Luther i^\}\\:Q^ {Nathanieh^ yacob^^ Israel^ Samuel,^ yo/in'^), son of 
Nathaniel and Mehetable (Gaines ) Guild, born at Halifax, Vt., about 
1800 ; married Lucy Curtis Baker of Tunbridge, Vt. He went 
South for his health about 1S35, and it is supposed that he died sud- 
denly among strangers, as nothing was ever heard from him. 

Child : 

1132 Charles L ,'' b. at Waterbury, Vt., April 10, 1S34; m. Feb. 7, 1864, Eliza- 

beth f'lebecca, daughter of Joel and Mary S. (Jones) Cutter of Jaffrey, 
N. H. She was born Oct. 9, 1834. His mother dying when he was an 
infant, he was left in the care of his uncle Chester Baker, who wishing 
the child to bear his own name left Mr. Guild in ignorance of his parent- 
age. With a thirst for learning and a desire for the Gospel ministry, 
with energy and perseverance he overcame many obstacles, and in 1863 
graduated at the Bangor, Maine, Theological Seminary, and commenced 
the work as a Congregational minister. He is now located at Enosburg, 
Vt. Children: {1133) Lora Elsine* b. at Wabaunsee, Kansas, May 10, 
1865; (1134) Mabel Aenella? b. at Milford, Kansas, August 10, 1S69; 
(1135) Frank Nelson,'' b. at Jaffrey, N. H., Dec. 29, 1870. 



481 

Joseph Guild® (^?7aj,® jfacob^^ Israel^ Samuel^ John^')^ son of Silas 
and Lura (Brown) Guild, born at Honeoye Falls, N. Y., Nov. 29, 
1816; married at Rochester, N. Y., Sept. 10, 1839, Susan Holmes, 
daughter of Rev. Benjamin Holmes. She was born at Stratford-on- 
Avon, England, May 12, 1818. Mr. Guild was a cabinet-maker, ma- 



POSTERITY OF JOHN GUILD OF DEDHAM. 137 

chinist and wood manufacturer at Cincinnati, Ohio ; had been trustee 
and elder of the Presbyterian church for years, now member of the 
Congregational church at Dallas, Texas. Having retired from busi- 
ness he spends his time equally with the sons at Buffalo, Dallas and 
Kansas. 

Children : 

1 136 Joseph EdwardJ b. Aug. 23, 1S41; m. ; resides at Silver Lake, Kan.; 
has three boys. 

1140 James Benjamin J b. June 23, 1S45 ; resides at New York City; unmarried. 

1 141 Charles William,'' b. June 30, 1848; resides at Dallas, Tex. ; has one dau. 
1 143 Alexander Wilson, ^ b. June 8, 1851; m. Katharine Middleton. He is a 

jeweler, firm of Hammond & Guild, 54 Seneca street Buffalo, N.Y. Chil- 
dren : {1 144) Alexandrina Isabell? b. Sept. 9, 1879; ("45) Charlotte Su- 
san^ b. Jan. 15, 1882. 

485 

Samuel Guild ' {Samuel^ Joseph,^ Ebenezer^ Samuel,^ jfohn ^), son 
of Samuel and Mittee (Parmenter) Guild, born at Wrentham, Mass., 
May 5, 1786, married Dec. 31, 1812, Huldah Whiting. He died at 
Attleborough, Mass., March 12, 1857. 

Children : 

1146 Julia Ann,'' b. Sept. 13, 1813; d. July 11, 1875; >"• -'^"Sm 1837, Willard P. 

Grover, of Foxboro, Mass., who died Aug. 26, 1869. Child : (i) Helen 
Stanley, b. June 19, 1838; m. July 23, 1868, Hector McLeod. 

1147 Samuel Simmons,'' b. 1818; m. ist, Jan. i, 1845, Mary Ann Foster, of 

Kingston, who died Sept. 6, 1849; m. 2d, June 2, 1851, Eliz-ibetli Nel- 
son Shackley, of Middleboro, who died Feb. 15. 1869. He died at 
Attleborough, Oct. 29, 1873. Child: (1148) Waller Elwood? b. Nov. 
26, 1S48; m. Sept. 28, 1876, Ada Byron, daughter of Capt. Peter T. and 
Jane (McKenzie) Ingraham. She was born at Barrington, R. L, May 
16, 1854. He is a jeweler's tool maker, residing at Attleborough. No 
children. 
1x49 Jason Ferdinand,' b. Jan. 16, 1824; m. May 19, 1846, Adelaide, daughter 
of Hervey and Charlotte (Richards) Blackington. He is a jeweler, and 
deacon of the Freewill Baptist church at No. Attleborough, Mass. 

1150 Emily Parmenter,'' b. 1826; d. April 19, 1866. 

1151 Charles Lyman,'' b. May i, 1829; m. Jan. 16, 1852, Nancy, daughter of 

Daniel and Sarah (Guild) Macphirson. She was born Dec, 1829. He 
died June 4, 18S3. Children : (1152) Ernest Alberto (adopted), b. Sept. 
9,1855. (1153) Alice Minerva,^ b. May 13, 1857; m. June 15, 1874, 
Elton E. Whiting. (1154) Helen Frances,^ b. Aug. 3, 1862. 

489 

Joseph Guild®. {Samite!,^ yoseph* Ebenezer^ Samuel,^ John'^^^ son 
of Samuel and Mittee (Parmenter) Guild, born at Wrentham, Mass., 
April 1-3, 1794, married Sept. 27, 1818, Rebecca Prescott Warren, 
daughter of Joseph and Rebecca (Fletcher) Warren, of Ashley, Mass. 
She was born at New Ipswich, N. H., May 27, 1798, and died May 
II, 1872. He was a wheelwright and carpenter at Wrentham, and 
died there, Aug. 27, 187 1. 
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13S GUILD GENEALOGY. 

Children born at Wrentham : 

1 1 55 Marietta Warren,'' b. Jan. 22, 182 1; d. Dec. 23, 1847. 

1156 Susan Fletcher," b. Oct. 3. 1.S23; d. Feb. 6, iS^i; m. July 26, 1846. Lem- 

uel Nelsun Hlackington, who was born at Wrentham, Dec. 22, 1S19, and 
died at No. Attleborough Oct. 15, 1879. Children : (i) Susan Emiti(,h. 
Wrentham, April 22, 1S47; m. Providence, K. L, June 30, 1881, Frank 
Newton, son of Newton and Clara (Lake) Fowler. lie was born at 
Pawtucket, Feb. 7, 1S57 ; resides at No., Attleborough, Mass. ; is a member 
of the Baptist church. Child : (I) Grace Louise, b. Sept. 16, 1882. {2) 
Ella Franceiia, h. Jan. 22, 1851; m. June 7, 1881, Henry Francis, son of 
Charles W. and Helen M. (Phi|)ps) Siiell. He was born in Fast Attle- 
borough, June 4, 1S60. They are members of the Baptist church, and 
reside at No. Attleborough. Children: (I) Florence Berlha,h. Dec. 26, 
\?,'S,2\ {\.\) Charles A^elson, b. Nov. 16, \^?,^\ (III) Clarence Edgar, b. 
Wrentham, Aug. i, 1S86. 

1 157 Joseph Edwin," b. June. 21, 1825; m. Boston, Oct. 29, 1SS7, Elvira Jane, 

daughter of Thomas and Jane (Holt) Miller. She was born at No. Her- 
mon, .Me., July 29. 1826. Mr. (luild was a piano tuner for twenty years 
at Boston; since 1SS4 located at Patterson, N. J. 

115S Sarah Elizabeth," b. May 13, 1S27; d. Nov. 24, 1S47, unmarried. 

1 159 Maria Angenette," b. May 30, 1829. She is a member of the Baptist church 
at No. Attleborough; resides at Plainville, Mass.; unmarried. 

n6o Gilbert George," b. Oct. 18, 1831; m. Jan. 15, 1863, Lizzie Burton, of New 
York City, who died July iS, 1880. He was a commission merchant and 
real estate broker at New York; died there Nov. 14, 1885; no children. 

1161 Charles Cheevcr," b. April 27, 1S34; d. Worcester, Mass., Alay 22, 1866; 

unmarried. 

1 162 Angelinc Rebecca," b. Jan. 3, 1836; member of the Baptist church at No, 

Attleborough; resides at Plainville; unmarried. 

1163 Willis Parmenter,' b. Jan. 23, 1839; m. at Mansfield, Mass., Dec. 7, 1865, 

Emma Frances, daughter of William NL and Lydia (Hewins) Blacking- 
ton. She was born at No. Attleborough, iNLiy 5, 1S46. He was an e.x- 
pressman, is now employed in a jewelry manufactory, resides at Plain- 
ville, Mass. Children : (1164) Minerva Frances,^ b. Sept. 9, 1S6S; (1165) 
Gilbert Herbert,^ b. July 23, 1S72, d. Sept. 27, 1872; (ii66j Walter Ed- 
7viit,* 1). March 7, 1876. 
1 167 Henry Gardner,^ born July 4, 1843; ™- ^^ ^^^ York City, June 4, 1874, 
Josephine Townshend, daughter of William and Deborah (Marshall) 
Honeywell. She was born April 17, 1854.I He is a manufacturer, and 
member of the Episcopal church at New York City ; resides at Bedford 
Park. Children: (116S) Cora Eugenie,^ h. in New York City, Oct. 30 
1875; (1169) Josie Honeywell^ b. at Brooklyn, Jan. 16. 1878; (1170) 
Jessie Ida,* b. Feb. 12, 1880; (1171) l^'iola,^ b. at Bedford Park, March 
II, 1 886. 

520 

Chauncey Guild' {jfohn^ Naphtali,^ Ebenczer^ Samuel^^ ^ohn^), 
son of John and Margaret (Daggett) Guild, born at Attleborough, 
Mass., July 3, 1779; married first, ^Lay 9, 1819, Celinda Bourne, 
daughter of Nehemiah and Sarah (Barrows) Bourne. She was born 
at Bawlet, Vt., May 9, 1802, and died Jan. 17, 1839. Married second, 
June 3, 1S43, Mauia Chapin. He was a tinsmith, and member of the 
I\Iethodist church at Pawlet, Vt., where he died Oct. 14, 187 i. 

Children by Celinda Bourne : 

1172 Eunice," b. April 19, 1820. d. Feb. 26, 1824. 

1 173 Lucy,' b. Mar. 12, 1.S22; resides at Cambridge, N. J., unmarried. She is 

the patentee of a chart for cutting dresses. 
1173 Abigail,' b. Dec. 31, 1823; m. L. M. Ford of St, Paul, Minn., who is now 
a florist at Los Angelos, Cal, 



POSTERITY OF JOHN GUILD OF DEDHAM. 139 

+ 1174 John Milton,' b. May 22, 1S25 ; m. Juliette Crandall. 

-}-ri75 Joseph Henry,' b. Sept. 18, 1827; m. ist, Jane M. Burton; 2d, Alta L. Nel- 
son. 
1 176 Margaret Ann,' b. Sept. 8, 1830; m. ist, Sept. 27, 1845, James Branch, 
who died Sept. 27, 184S. Married 2d, Dec. 31, 1S51, Henry Freeman 
Parker; reside at Bennington, Vt. Cliildren : (i) Ida Florence, b. Sept. 
9, 1S53; [2.)ycsste Russell, born Jan. 10, 1S57, m. Sept. 24, 1SS5, Loren 
Timothy Fay of Bennington; he was born Oct. 21, 1S53; (3) Alfred, b. 
July 23, 186:^, d. July 25, 1868. 

-f-1177 George Edward,' b. June 14, 1833; m. Sarah J. Phillips. 

-j-1178 James Warren, 7 b. Oct. 18, 1835; m. Mary Bosworth. 

1 179 Sarah Ann,' b. Dec. 7, 1837; m. Feb. 9, 1878, George Robinson. He was 

born Sept. iS, 1832, is a farmer at East Rupert, Vt. No children. 

Child by Maria Chapin : 

1 180 Wallace Duane,'' born March 27, 1844. 

527 

Hermon Guild" {Ebenezer,^ Ebenezer^^ Ebenezer^ Samuel,"^ yo/in^)^ 
son of Ebenezer and Mary (Lane) Guild, born Aug. 24, 1872 ; mar- 
ried Melinda J. Chamberlain, daughter of James and Jane (Leonard) 
Chamberlain. He was a cabinet-maker at Wrentham, and died at 
Franklin, July 5, i860. 

Children : 

-}-ii8i Herman Leonard,' b. Oct. 19, 1815; m. Marinda C. Wetherell. 

-j-1182 James Albert,' b. May 19, 1818; m. Lucena P. Winn. 

1183 Harvey L.,' b. Nov. 19. 1819. 

1154 Melinda Jane,' b. April 8, 1820; m. July 8, 1848, William Allen, son of 

Joseph and Betsey A. (Davis) Bennett. He was born at Providence, 
R. I., May 27, 1828 ; is a carpenter and builder at North Attleborough, 
Mass. Children: (i) Melinda Ladora, b. at Springfield, Mass., Dec. 14, 
1849; (2) Frances Elizabeth, b. at Smithfield, R. I., April 23, 1851 ; (3) 
William Philip, h. at North Attleborough, Mass., Dec. i, 1855; (4) Ella 
Jane, b. Mar. 27, 1857 ; (5) Joseph Allen, b. Oct. 22, 1862. 

1155 Otis Gilbert,' b. March 8, 1821 ; d. 

1186 Lorenzo Lawrence,' b. Dec. 3, 1823; d. 

1 187 Caroline Matilda,' b. , d. 

1188 Susan Emeline,' born at Bellingham, Mass., Dec. 13, 1831 ; m. at Woon- 

socket, R. I., April 10, 1S50, Timothy, son of Peter and Calista (Bas- 
sett) Vaslett of France. He was born at Canada, Oct. 26, 1830, and is a 
house painter at Central Falls, R. I. Children : (i) Charles Harmon, b 
at Woonsocket, Aug. i, 1S52; m. Nov. 27, 1873, Hattie Elizabeth Thur- 
ber, resides at Central Falls; child, (I) Minnie IVood, b. Aug. 3, 1875. 
(2) Lillian Calista, born Oct. 16, 1853, m. April 24, 1873, Wilson Olney 
Angel, resides at Central Falls; (2)) Lafayette, Napoleon, b. at Central 
Falls, Feb. 27, 1855; m. Jan. 15, 1883, Esther Maria Graves, resides at 
Brooklyn, N. V. ; (4) Caroline Matilda, b. April 9, 1S57, died May 22, 
1858; (5) Clarence Matthew, b. Feb. 10, 1859, m. Nov. 19, 1883 Lydia 
Mary Holland, resides at Central Falls; {())Elmer Ellsworth, b. May 15, 
1861 ; (7) Everett IVi'son, b. Feb. 3, 1864, d. June 9, 1865; (8) Carrie 
Eveline, b. Jan. 17, 1869, m. Jan. 26, 1SS7, Fred Forest Holbrook, and 
resides at Pawtucket, R. I.; (9) Florence Louella, b. Nov. 2, 1870; (10) 
Leah Susan, b. Nov. ii, 1874; (ii) Lina Guild, b. May 28, 1876, d. Dec. 
23, 1877. 



140 GUILD GENEALOGY. 

uSg Harriet Maria,' b. Aug. 13, 1833; m. George H. Follett. He was born at 
Pawtucket, R. I., Dec. 19, 1S31, is a house carpenter and member of the 
Methodist church at Pawtucket. Children: (i) Frances J., b. Aug. 4, 
1S53, m. ; (2)AJfli>ie £., b. Oct. 31, 1855, d. Dec. 17, 1857 ; {DHcrbert 
S., b. Nov. 17, 1S59, resides at Attleborough; (4) George //., b. June 7, 
1869. 

1 190 Charles Francis.' 

1 191 Josephine/ b. at Foxboro, 1842, m. Sept. 18, 1859, Henry A. Jordan, and 

resides at Dubuque, Iowa. Children: (1) Charles II., b. Sept. I, i860; 
(2) Clarence E., b. June 26, 1S63. 

1 192 Anna Frances,' b. May 12, 1S46; m. Feb. 14, 1859, Thomas H. Harvey, 

resides at Lynn, Mass. 

1193 Amanda Melvina,' b. at Attleborough Falls, Sept. 2, 1839; m. at Paw- 

tucket, R. L, Aug. 25, 1855, George, son of Charles and Lucy (Martin) 
Mason. He was born at .Swansea, Mass., Nov. 12, 1828, is a jewelers' 
tool-maker, and a member of the Congregational church at Plainville, 
Mass. Children : (i) Carrie Amanda, b. June 26, 1S58, m. — Deiacour, 
reside 147 West 30th street. New York City; (2) George EdinonJ, b. 
June 19, 1S60, resides at Plamville ; (3) Charles Warren, b. Jan. 3, 1S64, 
d. Oct. 9, 1864; (4) Mary Elizabeth, b. Oct. 18, 1867. 

1 194 Alonzo Martin,' was in the army, returned sick and died. 



531 

Davis Guild*^ {David^ Ebenezer,'^ Ebenezcr^ Samuel," yokri^), son 
of David and Olive (Day) Guild, born at North Attleborough, Mass., 
1793, married in 18 13, Rebecca Allen, who was born at Hubbardstown 
in 1796, and died Nov., 1875. He died at Hubbardstown, Mass., Feb., 
1876. 

Children : 

-(-1195 William Goodwin Allen,'' b. July 17, 1819; m. Eunice E. Bolton. 

1196 Evelia Maria Frances,' b. May 30, 1S21; d. Hubbardston, 1856; m. 

James Savage. Child : (i) Mary H., b. Sept., 1849; m. William Wright, 
of Rochester, N. H. 

1197 Augustus Don Carlos,' b. Holden, Mass., Nov. 2, 1828; m. ist, 1S48, 

Elvira Brown, who died 1850; m. 2d, 1858, Elizabeth Eaton, of Wor- 
cester. He enlisted in 1S63, and was killed in the Battle of the Wilder- 
ness, May 10, 1S64. Child: (1198) Marson Augusttts,^ h. July 4, iS6o, 
and resides at Aztalan, Wis. 



538 

Isaac Guild'' {Joseph,^ Joseph,^ Joscph^^ SafnucI," yo/in^), son of 
Joseph and Rebecca (Felton) Guild, born at Francestown, N. H., 
May 16, 1794, married Dec. 28, 18 19, Betsey Tracy, daughter of 
Owen Tracy, of Ackworth, N. H. She was born April i, 1793, and 
died at Manchester, N. H., April 8, 1857. He was a store-keeper at 
Francestown from 1819 to 1839; was town clerk several years, and 
postmaster in 1824; removed to Lowell, Mass., in 1839, ^'""^ ^^^^ 
there, Aug. 9, 1854. 



POSTERITY OF JOHN GUILD OF DEDHAM. 141 

Children : 

1 199 George Felton J b. Oct. 28, 1820; m. ist, Oct. 3, 1846, Mary A. Barnett, 
of Nashua. N. II., who died Feb. 26, 1854; m. 2d, Sept. 30, 1855, Ade- 
line Marsh, of Litchfield, N. FL Mr. Guild was a wholesale grocer at 
Boston; now resides at So. Poland, Me. Child : (1200) George Barnett^ 
b. Nashua, Jan. 27, 1849; m. March 25, 1874, Mary A., daughter of Otis 
and Sally A. (Hammatt) Greene, of Arlington, Mass. He is a grocer 
at Chelsea, Mass. ; has no children. (1201) Charles Marsh^ b. Sept. 23, 
1858; d. Nov. 23, 1863. 

1202 Charles Mason, ^ b. April 5. 1822; d. Sacramento, Cal., Oct. 21, 1861. 

1203 Caroline Elizabeth, '^ b. Oct. 29, 1824; m. Lynn, Mass., June 16, 1852, 

Charles F.,son of John and Elsy E. (Tapley) Livingstone, of Saco, Me. 
He was born Oct. 16, 1818; is a printer at Manchester, N. H. Children : 
(l) Emma Guild, b. Sept. 11, 1S56; d. Sept. 14, 1858. (2) Frank Chan- 
ning, b. Nov. 10, 1858; is a lawyer at Manchester. {3) Edward Guild, 
b. Nov. 10, 1858; d. So. Weare, N. H., Sept. 21, 1865. 

-f-1204 Henry Chase.'' b. Aug. 19, 1826; m. Lucy M. Sawyer. 

1205 Emily Brown,'' b. Aug. 24, 1829; m. Lowell, June 21, 1854, James T., son 
of Jabez and Susannah (Stone) Fisher. He was a wholesale produce 
merchant at Boston, and died there Aug. 7, 1864. Children : (i) Herbert 
Guild, born July 29, 1858. (2) Arthur Livingstone, b. Feb. 22, 1862; d. 
Oct. 2, 1865. 

+ 1206 Isaac Orr,'' b. June 19, 1831 ; m. Mary A. S. Paul. 

-j-1207 Albert Daniel,'' b. Oct. 28,1832; m. ist Marion A. Grennell; 2d, Helen F. 
M. Grennell. 

547 

William Hoskins Guild" {Reuben^ Joseph,^ Joseph^ Samuel,^ 
yoJin^), son of Reuben and Susanna (Hoskins) Guild, born at Ded- 
ham, Mass., May 6, 1805, married first, at Boston, June 19, 1828, 
Sarah Glover, daughter of Lewis and Nancy (Brazer) Glov^ She 
was born in 1808, died Oct. 9, 1859, and he married a second wife. 
He died at Boston, Sept. 2, 1879. 

Child : 

1208 William Hoskins,'' b. April 26, 1838; d. New York, Feb. 27, 1870. 



548 

Charles Guild" {Ebenezer,^ yoscp/i,'^ Joseph^ SamueK^ Johii^), son of 
Ebenezer and Mary (Grant) Guild, born Aug. 27, 1800, married Jan. 
9, 1828, Hannah Clapp, of Dorchester, who was born Aug. 26, 1806. 
He was a gold-leaf manufacturer at Boston and Dorchester, and died 
in 1846. 

Children : 

1209 Charles H.,'7b. Dec. 9, 1829; m. Jan. 6, 1850, Mary E. Bartlett, and had 
(1210) Charles B.,^ b. May 4, 1851; d. May 21, 1853. [\2\\) Frank 
Heury,^ b. Aug. 3, 1854. 

1212 Agnes Sophia,'' b. Nov. 2, 1844. 



142 GUILD GENEALOGY. 

556 

Joseph Guild" {Amasa,^ Joseph.'' Joseph^ Samuel," yo/ifO)^ son of 
Amasa and Rebecca (Whiting) Guild, born at Dedliam, Mass., Sept. 
20, 1794, married June 2, 1830, Sarah Hemenway Smith, daughter 
of Abel and Sarah (Haven) Smith. She was born at Sudbury March 
II, 180S, and died Nov. 30, 1880. He was a merchant at Uedham, 
and enjoyed the confidence and esteem of all who knew him. He had 
a cheerful disposition, which led him to constantly seek the happiness 
of others. His death, which occurred Jan. 2, 1849, is said to have 
been from disease contracted by the use of lead pipes. A committee 
of the American Medical Association in 1852 made a report on the 
case as one of much interest at the time. 

Children : 

-I-1213 Frederic Augustus^ b. Feb. 20, 1S31 ; m. Mary A. Boyd. 

1214 Abby Elizabeth," b. Sept. 3, 1833. 

1215 Caroline," b. March 20, 183S; d. April 9, 1849. 

1216 Frances Rebecca," b. Feb. 4, 1840; d. April 17, 1842. 
4-1217 Joseph,'' b. Nov. 13, 1S43; ™- Caroline R. Emmons. 

121S Henry Gardner.^ b. June 14, 1846; m. Dec. 31, 1S74, Eliza Adelaide, daugh- 
ter of George W. and Mary (Shaw) Philbrick, of Sudbury, .Mass. She 
was born at East Boston, Feb. 4. 1849. Mr. Guild is a book-keeper, and 
resides at Dedham. Child : (1219) Elsie} b. June 14, 18S5. 



558 

Jason Guild« {Amasa,^ jfoseph^'^ Joseph,^ Safnuel,'^ jfohn^^ son of 
Amasa and Rebecca (Whiting) Guild, born at Dedham, Mass., May 
28, 1799; married May 4, 1834, Sarah Elizareth Shepard, daughter 
of Lemuel and Sarah (Tileston) Shepard of Dedham. She was born 
at Dorchester, Sept. 13, 1812, and died June 5, 185 1. He was a black- 
smith and manufacturer at Dedham, and died there March 26, 18S2. 

Children : 

1220 George Henry,' born August 30, 1S36; unmarried. 

1221 Amasa.' b. May 8, 1840; m. June 24, 1S73, Georgianna, daughter of Will- 

iam E. and Cynthia (Reynolds) Whipple of Bradford. She was born July 
14, 1846. Mr. Guild enlisted April 19, 1861, as corporal in Co. F, iStli 
Mass. volunteers, for three years, was promoted to ist Lieutenant and 
was engaged at the siege of Yorktown, through the Peninsular campaign, 
the battles of Bull Run, Fredericksburgh.Chancellorsville, Rappahannock 
Station, Mine Run, Wilderness, Laurel Hill, Spottsylvania. Jericho Ford, 
Bethsaida Church, Cold Harbor, siege of Petersburg!) and Weldon Rail- 
road. He is now a clerk in the office of the C. B. & Q. Railroad at 
Boston, and resides at Dedham. 

1222 Albert,' born Nov. 14, 1842, died April 2, 1874; unmarried. 

1223 Caroline Elizabeth,' b. May 10, 1S49; m. June 28, 1S83, Charles James, 

son of Rev. Lemuel and Mary A. (Hunting) Capen. He was born at 
South Boston, April 5, 1S23, and is a master in the Boston Latin school. 




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POSTEIUTY OF JOHN GUILD OF DEDHAM. 143 

568 

Francis Guilds (Calving yoscph,^ Joseph^ Samuel^ Johti^) son of 
Calvin and Lendamine (Draper) Guild, born at Dedham, Mass., Sept. 
4, i8oi ; married first, Nov. 5, 1828, Caroline E. Covell, daughter 
of Capt. Daniel Covell of West Dedham. She died April 7, 1842. 
Married second, Nov. 5, 1846, Lauretta Taft, daughter of Frederic 
A. and Amanda Taft of Dedham. She died April 7, 1875. He was 
a merchant at Boston and Dedham, also an auctioneer and tax col- 
lector at Dedham, where he died Dec. 2, 1883. 

Children by Caroline E. Covell: 

1224 Caroline Frances.T b. Nov. 26, 1829, d. Jan. 3, 1859; m. Nov. 30, 1853, 

Ebenezer P. Burgessof Dedham. Children: (i) Abby Phillips, b. Aug. 
25, 1854, d. April 24, 1855; (2) traticis Guild, b. Feb. 17, 1856. 

1225 Olive Covell,' b. April 13. 1831 ; m. June 10, 1857, Ellery C., son of Jesse 

and Mary Daniell of Dedham. Q\\\\i\xt\\'.[\)Elleiy C/iautnng.h. August 
15, 1S61, d. Dec. 6, 1884; (2) Carrie Btirgtss, b. May 25, 1864, m. Oct. 
15, 1884, James Nichols; (3) Francis Guild, b. April 4, 1S68; (4) Jen- 
nie Freston, b. Nov. 28, 1869. 

1226 Cornelia Shorey,' b. Nov. 26, 1834; m. Dec. u, 1856, Frederic A., son of 

Frederic A. and Eliza II. Taft of Dedham. Children: (i) Mary Flagg, 
b. Oct. 9, 1S57, m. Henry Hitchings ; (2) Caroline Elizabeth, b. Feb. 16, 
1861, m. April 30, 1884, Henry F. Batchelder ; (3) Frederic Augustus, b. 
Nov.' 20, 1S63. d. June 19, 1S64; (4) Walttr Ellery, b. Dec. 15, 1866. 
+ 1227 George Austin,' b. June 6, 1836 ; m. Abby Cobb. 

1228 Mary Messenger,' b. June 5, 1839. 

1229 Harriet Everett,' b. Jan. 11, 1842; m. at Dedham, July 12, 1883, William 

Kingsley, son of James and Maria C. (Wallace) Stockdale. He was 
born at Pembroke, N. H., Dec. 10, 1855, is a farmer, and a member of 
the First Congregational church at Manchester, N. H. Child: Alice 
Kingsley, b. at Mansfield, Mass., Aug. 9, 1884. 

Children by Lauretta Taft : 

1230 Laura Taft,'' b. Dec. 5, 1847; m. July i, 1880, George Dean. He is a 

salesman for C. F. Hovey & Co., at Boston. 

1231 Abigail Daggett,'' b. May 27, 1849; <^> M^X '5- 1863. 

1232 Gustavus Taft,'' b. June 15, 1851; d. Sept. 7, 1852. 

1233 Prances Wheaton,'' b. Dec. 22, 1854. 

572 

Calvin Guild* {Calving Joseph,^ Joseph,^ Samuel,^ yohn^)yson of 
Calvin and Lendamine (Draper) Guild, born at Dedham, Mass., Nov. 
22, 1808, married May 19, 1836, Margaret Taft, daughter of Fred- 
eric and Abigail Taft, of Uxbridge, Mass. He received his education 
at the public schools, and at the age of sixteen, commenced learning 
a trade. At the age of twenty-two he was engaged as an overseer in 
a cotton mill at Dedham, and at twenty-seven went to Hooksett, N. H., 
being employed as a book-keeper by the Amoskeag Manufacturing 
Company, and for a time kept a store in the same place. Returning 
to Dedham, he was again employed in a cotton mill, and also superin- 
tended the equipment of a mill in New York State, after which he 



144 GUILD GENEALOGY. 

returned to Boston and was engaged in bookkeeping for a mercantile 
house until July, 1855, when he was elected secretary and treasurer of 
the Dedham Institution for Savings, which ofhce he held until Dec, 
18S6, when he resigned. Mr. Guild is a deacon of the first Orthodox 
Congregationalist church in Dedham, having been elected in 1859, and 
is also a justice of the peace. 'I'hey celebrated the fiftieth anniversary 
of their marriage in May, 1886. Mr. Guild, in 1S67, published the 
first edition of the "Guild Family," and his collections for twenty 
years, have been of great value to the compiler of this book. Many of 
the dates which that book contained, would be inaccessible at this time. 

Children : 

-j-1234 Nathaniel Grovener,^ b. May 17, 1S37; m. Amy R. Humphrey. 

1235 Lauretta Wheaton,' b. Sept. 17, 183S; unmarried. 

1236 William Kaford,^ b. May 4. 1S41 ; resides at Dedham; unmarried. 

1237 Ann Harriet," b. Dec. 22, 1S43; unmarried. 

+ 1238 Clarence Herbert," b. Sept. 17, 1S46; m. Sophia Howland. 



574 

Nathaniel Metcalf Guild^ ( Calving jfoseph^^ Joseph^ Samuel^ 
jtohn^)^ son of Calvin and Lendamine (Draper; Guild, born at Ded- 
ham, Mass., July 21, 1810, married Sept. 11, 1839, Marv Messenger, 
daughter of Jason and Olive Messenger, of Dedham. He fitted for 
College at Bradford, and entered Brown University; but his health 
failing, he was obliged to go South, where he passed several years 
teaching and engaged in business. He died at Cincinnati, Ohio, Dec. 
7> 1859. 

Children : 

1239 Henry Messenger,^ b. March 30, 1843; d. Jan. 8, 1885. 

1240 Frank M.,' b. Oct. 15, 1S45. 

1241 Miriam Olive, ^ b. May 10. 1847; d. Sept. 14, 1849, 

1242 Mary Ella," b. May 18, 1853. 



578 

Samuel Guild* {Samuel^ Samuel,* Joseph^ Samuel,^ yohn'^), son of 
Samuel and Annie (Hoadley) Guild, born at Needham, Mass., Oct. 
29, 1793 ; married at Westminster, Vt., Oct. 27, 1829, Roxanna 
Styles Stevens, daughter of William and (Rice) Stevens of 

Chester, Vt. She was born Aug. 8, 1804, and died Nov. 5, 1886. He 
was a paper maker, and a member of the Protestant Episcopal church 
at Bellows Falls, Vt., and died there June 26, 1872. 

Children : 

1243 Samuel Harvey', b. Sept. 2, 1831, died ; m. June 9, 1857, Car )Iine 

S. Arms, who died \ov. i, 1876. He was a tailor at liellows Fans. 
+ 1244 William Stevens,' born Sept. iS, 1832; m. Eliza M. Slate. 
4-1245 George Otis,' b. Feb. 21, 1S36; m. Martha Aldrich. 



POSTERITY OF JOHN GUILD OF DEDHAM. 145 

1246 Ellen Roxanna,' b. March i, 1839, d. at Bellows Falls, Noy. 13, 1886; m. 

March i, 1858, Lyman C. Gale. lie died at Chicago, 111., Feb. 17, 1869, 
was a tailor at Chicago and Bellows Falls. Children : ( i ) George Frank, 
b. at Bellows Falls. Dec. 26, 1858, m. Jan. 19. 1884, Annie Maria, 
daughter of Alexander Wilson, of Middleton, N. Y. ; is a book-keeper 
and teacher at Bellows Falls; (2) Henry Lyman, b. Jan., 1864; (3) 
Mary Caroline, b. at Chicago, Dec. 4, 186-, is a school teacher at Bellows 
Falls. 

1247 Caroline Francis,' b. Feb. 14, 1S44; resides at Bellows Falls; unmarried. 



596 

William Guild® {Rufus^^ Samuel,*' Joseph^ Samuel^ John^), son of 
Rufus and Mary (Hoadley) Guild, born at Bellows Falls, May 5, 
1816; married Dec. i, 1844, Lydia Ann Drew. Mr. Guild was a book 
publisher for many years, and is now engaged in the subscription 
book business at Boston ; resides at Newton. 

Children : 

1248 William Le Baron,^ b. July 2, 1845; d. July 19, 1850. 

1249 Gertrude Maria,' b. Dec. 10, 1846; m. A. H. Roffe, has two children. 

1250 Flora Ann, 7 b. Feb. 6, 1848 ; d. Oct. 5, 1863. 

1251 Lucia Drew,' b. June 17, 1856. 

1252 William Hyde,' b. July 19, 1S5S; m. Sept. 29, 1886, Isabella Grant of 

Brooklyn, N. Y. He is engaged in the book business at Boston. 



598 

Harrison Guild® {Heman^ Hemati^^ jfoseph,^ Samuel,^ yokn^), son 
of Heman and Hannah (Green) Guild, born June 26, 1815 ; married 
Olive Bell. He was a deacon of the Universalist church at Buffalo, 
trustee of schools at Cheektowaga, N. Y.; was accidentally run over 
by a team and died at Cheektowaga, August 23, 1886. 

Children : 

1253 William Henry Harrison,' b. at Buffalo, N. Y., Nov. 2, 1839; d. July 24, 
1880; m. He served in the 21st New York regiment volunteers; his 
widow married John Austin, and lives at Kansas City, Mo. Children : 
(1254) Harrison,^ (1255) IValter.^ 

1256 Susan Eliza,' b. May 18, 1842; m. at Buffalo, Dec. 24, 1863, Henry Chas, 
Tubbs. He was born at Conneaut, Ohio, Dec. 9, 1842. They reside at 
Cheektowaga, N. Y. Children: (i) Harriet Bell, b. Feb. 3, 1870; (2) 
Charles Calligan, b. Dec. 18. 1875; (3) Sarah Adelia, b. April 14, 1878 ; 
(4) Olive Eliza, b. Sept. 19, 18S0 ; (5) Harrison Clifford, b. Oct. 19, 
1881. 
4-1257 Heman Orestas,' b. May 28, 1844; m. Sarah A. Thornton. 

1258 Maria Olivia,' m. Newton; resides at Cheektowaga, N. Y. Children: 

(i) Maynard Boyden, b. Nov. 8, 1870. 

1259 George Herbert,^ resides at Cheektowaga; unmarried. 



146 GUILD GEXEALOGY. 



604 



Benjamin Guild''' {Betijaviin,^ Benja/ain,^ jfohn^ jfohn,^ JohtO-^^ 
son of Benjamin and Elizabeth (Quincyj Guild, born in Boston, May 
8, 17S5, married March, 1817, Eliza Eliot, daughter of Samuel and 
Catherine (Atkins) Eiiot, of Boston. She was born 1790. He 
was ritted for college at Hingham Academy, and graduated at Har- 
vard College in 1841. He studied law with Hon. William Prescott, 
and on his admission to the bar opened an office in Boston, but after- 
ward became a law partner with Mr. Prescott, and subsequently 
associated in the practice of his profession with Benjamin Rand. 
Mr. Guild was for more than thirty years an active and efficient mem- 
ber of the Massachusetts Society for the Promotion of Agriculture, 
and was for some time its recording secretary and writer of several 
annual reports. He was a gentleman of polished manners, of an 
exceedingly affable and sociable disposition, and was highly respected 
and beloved by a large circle of acquaintances. He died at Boston, 
March 30, 1858. 

Children : 

1260 T?enjamin,' b. Feb., 181S; d. April. 1S18. 

-)-i26r Samuel Eliot," b. Oct. S, 1819; m. Elizabeth H. Rice. 

1262 Elizabeth Quincy,'' b. June, 1821. 

1263 Catherine Eliot," b. Feb.. 1S22; d. Dec, 1824. 

1264 Harriet Jackson," b. June, 1825. 

-f-1265 Charles Eliot,' b. Nov. 3. 1827; m. Mary L. Eliot. 

1 166 Edward Chipman,' b. Feb. 29, 1832; m. Oct. 8, 1861, Emma Cadwallader. 
He e;raduated at H irvard College in 1853; was a Unitarian clergyman 
at Ithaca, N. Y. ; is now located at Brunswick, Me. Children: (1267) 
Elita,^h. April 27, 1864; (1268) Emma Rosalie.^ 



608 

Amherst Guild'' {John,^ Benjamin,^ John^ yohn^ John'^), son of 
John and Nancy (Druce) Guild, born May 28, 1784, married Nov. 3, 
1806, Lucy Holmes. He was choked to death, Oct. 11, 1822, while 
eating on the muster field at Attleborough, Mass. He is said to have 
had several children whose names have not been ascertained. 

Child : 

1269 William Harrison,' b. Jan. 22, 1S07. He is said to have lived at Williams- 
burgh, N. v., and had several children. The following persons living 
at Norfolk, Mass., in 1S55. are probably related to this family: (1270) 
Nancy E., age 37; (1271) Elian S., age 10; (1272) Abbie A., age 7. 



611 

William Guild* {Ehenezer,^ Ebenezer* Johti^ yohn^^ John^), son of 
Ebenezer and Lydia (Whittemore) Guild, born at Franklin, Mass., Oct. 
13, 1775, married first Nov. 30, 1797, Waitstill Ware, who died July 
I, 1812. He married second, Dec. 2, 1812, Lydia Field, who died 



POSTERITY OF JOHN GUILD OF DEDHAM. 147 

Jan., 1859. In 1808 he moved to Walpole, N. H., and became iden- 
tified witli all the substantial interests of the place, and was a mem- 
ber of the Orthodox Congregationalist church. He was small of 
stature, never weighing over one hundred and thirty-five pounds, and 
at the age of sixty was remarkably active, being able to clear a four- 
foot fence without touching either hand or foot. He died at Walpole, 
Oct. 16, 1858. 

Children by Waitstill Ware : ^ 

1273 Julia.^b. Apr. 16, 1798; d. 1S54; m. 1S20, John L. Wellington, who died in 
1879. They moved to western New York; had twelve children, of whom 
two lost their lives in the Rebellion, eight died at home, and ( i) Emeline, 
m. Blake; resides at Howard, 111. (2) Erasmus, resides at Danville, 

N. Y. 
-{-1274 Increase Sumner," b. Jan. 17, 1800; m. Esther Walcott. 

Children by Lydia Field. 

1275 William,'? b. Aug. 16, I'iiy, d. Nov.. iS4o;was a young man of fine abilities. 

1276 Mary Jane, ^ b. Jan. 17. 1815; m. George Aldrich; have two children. 

1277 Ebenezer." b. Dec. 22, 1816; d. Walpole, N. H., Dec, 1844; m. Sarah 

Maria Brown; left one daughter, (IJ78) He7irietta Maria^ b. at Walpole, 
Sept. 14, 1843; m. Dec. 23, 1S69, Richard W, son of James and Ann 
(Donker) Musgrove. He was born at Bristol, N H., Nov. 21, 1840; 
served in the War of the Rebellion — two years in the 12th New Hamp- 
shire Volunteers, and two years as captain in the ist U. S. V. Infantry; 
is now a farmer at Bristol, N. H. Mrs. Musgrove was postmistress of 
Bristol five years. Children: (i) Isadore Maria, b. Dec. 24, 1870; {2) 
Frank Abbott, b. July 19, 1872; (3) Carrie Etta, b. Jan. 24. 1874; (4) 
Mary Josephine, b. (Jet. 22, 1875; (S) ^nna Belle, b. Jan. 7, 1878; (6) 
Eugene Richard, b. Aug. 20, 1879. 

614 

John Guild^ {Ebenezer,^ Ebenezer^^ John^ John^ Johti^), son of 
Ebenezer and Lydia (Whittemore) Guild, born at Franklin, Mass., 
May 23, 1783; married Jan. 2, 1806, Lois Rounds of Rehoboth. He 
died at Franklin, July 23, 1826. 

Children : 

1279 Susan, ^ b. Oct. 13, i8o6; m. Nov. 9, 1831, Charles Hawes of Wrentham. 

1280 Louisa,'' b. Sept. 17, iSo8 ; m. April i, 1S36, Elisha Foster of Wrentham. 

1281 John Edmund,' b. Feb. 9, 1810, d. at Worcester. Mass., Dec. 4, 1S42; m. 

Sarah Hovey of Pepperell. Children: (1282) John Henry,* (1283) 
George,^ (12S4) Lucy Ann,* (12851 Ellen,* (1286) Kate* 
4-1287 Caleb Mason,' b. April 30, rSir; m. Julia Arnold. 

1288 Lucy Cutler,'^ b. Oct. 21, 1815; d. Oct. 10, 1822. 

12S9 Julia E..'' b. Mar. 19, 1827; m. Oct. 30, 1842, Hartford H. Franklin of 
Wrentham. 



615 

Ebenezer Guild® (Ebenezer,^ Ebenezer,* John^ John^ John^), son 
of Ebenezer and Lydia (Whittemorej Guild, born at Franklin, Mass., 



148 GUILD GENEALOGY. 

Jan. 23, 17S6; married Sept. 22, 181 1, Hephzirah Russell of Med- 
way. He was a hatter by trade, having a store at Oxford; was a 
member of the Orthodox Congregational church. 

Children : 

1290 Emily Amanda,'' b. at Wrentham, July 12, 1S12; m. April 7, 1S33, Alvan 

G. Underwood of Milford. He was born at West Woodstock, Conn., 
April 15, 1808. Child: (i) Albert Gallatin, b. Dec. 28, 1839; m. May 
15, 1854. Sarah S. Wright; resides at Milford. 

1291 Francis Russell,^ b. Nov. 22, 1814; d. Feb. 19, 1S24. 

1292 Oscar Nelson ^ b. Oct. 6, 1S16 ; d. at Geneva, N. Y., June 24, 1838 ; unm. 
+ 1293 Mauran Harlow/ b. Mar. 25, 1820 ; m. Hannah A. Levens. 

616 

Timothy Guild' {Eboiezcr^ Ebenezer* jfohn^ Jolm^ John^)^ son of 
Ebenezer and Lydia (Whittemore ) Guild, born at Franklin, Mass., 
Oct. 7, 1791 ; married Esther Smith. He died at Cumberland, R. I., 
July 17, 1849. 

Children : 

1294 William S.,^ b. May 20, 1810; m. Ruth . He resides at Fairhaven, 

Mass. Children born at Franklin: (1295) Isabel B.^ b. Mar. T4, 1840; 
(1296) Elizabeth E.^ b. Aug. 10, 1S35. 

+ 1297 Charles Austin,' b. Feb. 10, 1S12; m. Elizabeth .Schlioff. 

-i-1298 Loren Gushing,' b. Dec. 15, 1815; ni. Harriet Warner. 

1299 E^ H.,'b. July 15, 181S. 

1300 Eliza C.,' b. Dec. 30, 1S21, d. Dec. 30, 1883 ; m. Ballou. Children : (i) 

Austin, m. Nellie R. Peters; resides at Franklin; (2) Abbie E., m. 
Frank White; resides at Wrentham. 

1301 A E.,' b, Aug. 22, 1S24. 

618 

Reuben Guild' {Joseph^ Ebenezer* jfohu^ John^ yoJin^)^ son of 
Joseph and Rebecca Guild, born in Wrentham, Mass., Dec. 12, 1770, 
married first, Dec. 16, 1790, Rachel Cook. ; married second, Susan 
Dunham. Shortly after his first marriage he moved to New Jersey 
and engaged in trade, selling goods from his own team. While trav- 
eling near liellefonte, Pa., he was shot and robbed Nov. 16, 18 17, by 
one James Monks, who confessed the crime, and paid the penalty on 
the gallows. By his first wife he had one child, and six by the second. 

Children : 

1302 Joseph' was a witness at the trial of Monks. He moved to Victor, Pow- 

shiek Co., Iowa, and died there about 1879, leaving several children who 
have scattered. 

1303 Aaron D.' was living at Buckhorn. Pa., in 1S79. Children: 

(1304) IVilliam Bernet^ b. Columbia County, Pa., Dec. 23. 1830; m. ist, Dec. 
25, iS6o, Eliza F. Mcndenhall, who died i868; m. 2d, March 12, 
1869, Charlotte S., daughter of Milton G. and Julia A. (Tuttle) 
Weaver. She was born Oct. 30, 183S, and died May 11,1879. ^^ 



POSTERITY OF JOHN GUILD OF DEDHAM. 149 

his twenty-first year he went to Illinois; constructed a dam at Rock- 
port; was overseer grading the Salina R. R. near P'reeport; then 
went to La Salle in the employ of the Illinois Central R. R. ; returned 
to Pennsylvania; then was four years in the employ of the N. W. 
'R.R.; dealt in live stock and grain, accumulating a fortune; pur- 
chased a farm of one hundred and seventy acres at Clinton, Wis., 
and died there several years ago. Children by first wife: (1305) 
Etntnd^; (1306) Myrtie,^ died young; (1307) Cora^^ resides at Clin- 
ton; (1308) Grace,^ d. 1S68. Children by second wife : (1309) Dotfie^\ 
(13 10) Buddy ^^ died young; (1311) C-^tzr/w,^ died young; (1312) July^ 
(1313) JoliH Price,^ b. Bloomsburg, Fa., 1848; is now a farmer at Watertovvn, 
Dakota Ter. ; unmarried. 
-I-1314 John B.,7 b. iSoi ; m. Jane McKinney. 

1315 William Butler." Mr. Guild is a prominent lawyer; was formerly a judge; 
resides at Newark, N.J. Children: (1316) William Butler,* m. Anna 
Zulich. He attended Lafayette College in 1845; graduated at the Col- 
lege of New Jersey in 1S51 ; was admitted to the bar in 1854; is now a 
lawyer at Newark.Children : (1317) Fred^ (1318] Lmira^^ I1319) ^^i^^- 
iam B.^ {\t^zo) Harry ^ (1^21) Anna, ^ (1322J yl/aw/V." ( 1323) /l/ciry 
Jane^ resides at Newark; unmarried, 

1324 Susan Brayjl b. White House, N. J., Jan. 30, 1809; d. Canton, Ohio, Feb. 

28, 1885; m. 1st, 1824, Edward Blair, who died Dec, 1828; m. 2d, Clin- 
ton, N. J., Feb. 12, 1834, Elias Conover, son of Edward and Catiierine 
(Johnson) Patterson. He was born at Freehold, N. J., July 19, 1S09, 
and is a retired farmer at Canton, Ohio. Child by first husband : (i) 
Rebecca Jane, b. June 19, 1829; d. Canton, Oct., 1849; m. Aug. 1849, 
Absalom Kitt. Children by second husband : (2) Eliza, b. Clinton, N.J., 
Jan. 31, 1835; d. Canton, May 22, 1853, unmarried. C3) Catherine, b. 
Bloomsburg, N. J., Sept. 30, 1836; m. Canton, Ohio, Jan. 27, 1859, Sam- 
uel Bruch, who was born in Stark County, Ohio, in 1832, and died at 
Memphis, Tenn., March 31, 186^. He was superintendent of telegraph 
for the South Western Telegraph Company, and superintendent of the 
U. S. Military Telegraph Lines Division of the Mississippi; held com- 
missions as captain and assistant quartermaster. A sketch of his life is 
published in the " History of the U. S. Military Telegraphs," by W. R. 
Plum, Chicago. Children: (I) Charles Patterson, b. Louisville, Ky., 
April 20, i860. He is now secretary of the Telegraphers' Mutual Bene- 
fit Association; resides at New York City; unmarried. [W] Edvjard 
Blair, b. Nov. i, 1863; is a real estate broker at New York City; un- 
married. (4) Lydia Ann, b. Canton, Ohio, March 15, 1839; m. March 
14, 1864, Absalom Kitt; resides in Canton. Children : (Ij Howard Guild, 
b. Nov., 1867; (11) Millard Bruch, b. April, 1869; (IHj Elias Patter- 
son, b. June, 1874. (5) Ettie, b. 1841; d. 1872, unmarried. (6) Susan 
Dutiham, b. June, 1S43; •"• 1869, Rev, Thomas J. Kurtz. He is pastor 
of the M. E. church at Youngstown, Ohio. Children : (I) Robert Merrill^ 
(II) Edward Cuyler, (III) George Arter, [IW) Helen. (7) /da, h 1S46; 
m. 1867, James Henry Conkell; resides at Canton. Children: (Ij 
Wilson Patterson, [11) Ettie, [III) Catherine, [IN) James, (V) Louise, 
(VI) Eranh. 

1325 Rebecca,' m. Dr. Landis Price. 

625 

Lewis Guild® {Samuel^ Ebenezer,* jpohn^ jfohn^ yoJm^)., son of 
Samuel and Ruth (Morse) Guild, born April 28, 1783, married Sally 
Wait, who was born at Leicester, Mass., in 1780, and died in 1S48. 
He resided at Stratton, Vt., Franklin, and Wrentham, Mass., and died 
at Attleborough, July 22, 1866. 



150 GUILD GENEALOGY. 

Children : 

1326 Sarah Wait,", b. March i, iSio. 

-I-1327 Harvey Fund," b. July 22, iSii ; m. Minerva A. Gardner, 

132S Kuih Morse, ^ b. May 16, 1814; m. Nelson Whitney. 

-{-1329 Daniel Hond," b. Feb. 22, 1817; m. Mary E. Rand. 

1330 Betsey Thatcher/ b. Dec, 1S19; m. 1st, Horatio Reed; 2d, John Phillips. 

1331 Philena Case," b, June, 1822; d. March, 1884; in. ist, Frye ; 2d, King. 



629 

Cyrus Guild' {Samuel,^ Ebenezer,* yohn^ John^ yohn}), son of 
Samuel and Ruth (Morse) Guild, born at Franklin, Mass., Dec. 30, 
1789, married first, Olive Haskell; married second, April 2, 1818, 
Amy Pierce, daughter of Ebenezer and Margaret (Slater) Pierce. 
She was born at Rehoboth, April 8, 1792, and died at Mendon, Jan. 
21, 1861. He was a farmer at Franklin, and died there April 5, 1827. 

Children born at Franklin : 

1332 Erastus," b. Jan. 17, 1819; m. Dsc, 1839, Jane ^L^rsh Lewis of Dighton. 

He learned the michinist's trade at Arnulds Mills, R [., was a contractor 
and civil engineer in the West and South. He died at New Orleans, 
1859, of yellow fever. No children. 

1333 Loriiida Ann," b. Feb. 28, 1821 ; d. at Franklin, i860; unmarried. 
-I-1334 Louis Adrian,'' b. Feb. 23, 1825; in. 1st, Rebecca Smith, 2d, F'rulilla F. 

Slubbs, 3d, Lou C. Chipstead. 

1335 Elvira Louisa,' b. Aug. 9, 1S26; m. Jan. 12, 1872, Smith Phillips. He 

had a large milk farm at Greenville, R. L, and died Jan. 23, 18S4. She 
resides at Greenville. 

1336 Mary,'' b. Nov. 22, 1824 ; d. Dec. 10, 1824. 



630 

Samuel Guild' {Samue/^^ Ebenezer^'^ J^^hn^ Johi,'^ J^o/in^), son of 
Samuel and Ruth (Morse) Guild, born at Franklin, Mass., August 6, 
1792, married May 10, 1812, Lepha Haskell, of Cumberland, R. I., 
who was born May 15, 1792, and died May 30, 1881. He was a far- 
mer at West Medway, Mass., and died there April i, 1S70. 

Children : 

1337 Reuben Haskell,' b. Oct. 24. 1813; d. Dec. 28, 1S13. 
-I-1338 Allen Dexter,' b. April 7, 1815; m. Abby Tabor. 
+ 1339 Thomas Nelson,'^ b. Sept. 4, 1S17 ; m. Louisa Colbeth. 

1340 Sarah Franklin,' b. at Wrentham, Nov. 14, 1820; m. Nov. 26, 1840, Hor- 
ace C, son of Horace and Oiive (Hancock) Messenger of Wrentham. 
He was born Nov. 19, 1S13, is a farmer and deacon of the Baptist church 
at West Medway. Children: (i) CharUs IK, h. Oct. 15, 1841, d. Feb. 
26, 1843; (2) Miiry, b. at Canton, July 5. 1847, d. Oct. 15, 1871; m. June 
29, 1870, Daniel H. Newton; (3) Maria S., b. at West Medway, Aug. 



POSTERITY OF JOHN GUILD OF DEDHAM. 151 

8, 1853, m. Aug. 8, 1873. Daniel H Newton; resides at Minneapolis, 
Minn. Child : (I) Roy M. 
1341 Ellis Emmons," b. July 3, 1823; d. Nov. 18, 1843. 
-I-1342 George Otis,'' b. Mar. 6, 1S26; m. Harriet A. Newell. 

1343 Lepha Emily, ^ b. July i, 1S30 ; d. May 26, 1832. 

1344 Samuel Williams,' b. Aug. 2, 1S33; d. April 13, 1S38. 

1345 Adelia Maria,'' b. Feb. 12, 1S36; d. Mar. i, 1S51. 



634 

Benjamin Guild® {Samuel,^ Ebenezer,^ John,^ Jolui^- JohiP-), son of 
Samuel and Ruth (Morse) Guild, born at Franklin, Mass., April 12, 
1801, married first, 1822, Lorinda Lazel, daughter of Daniel Lazel 
of Billingham, Mass.; married second, 1826, Mary Bosworth of Pe- 
tersham, who was bocn June 2, 1805, and died at Lowell, Mass., Aug. 
20, 1886. He was a farmer, and died at Bedford, Mass., May 9, 1882. 

Children by Lorinda Lazel : 

4-1346 Jonathan Ellis,' b. Oct. 7, 1823 ; m. ist, Sarah Ramsey, 2d, Elizabeth A. 
Bartholomew. 

1347 Lucy Ann,' b. Sept., 1825; m. Matthew Pinkham of Sandwich, and resided. 

at Dcs Moines, la. Children : (i) Henry, {2) Ellis, (3) Arthur, (4) Lucy 

Children by Mary Bosworth : 

1348 William Augustus,' b. at Uana, Mass., Aug. z\, 1827; m. at Nashua, N. H., 

Jan. II, 1849, Laura Jane, daughter of Daniel and Sarah (Conant) 
Barnes of Lowell. She was born at Chelsea, Vt., Nov. 20, 1825. Mr. 
Guild was an apothecary forty-one years at Lowell and Boston ; is now 
an orange grower at Winter Park, Fla. Children: (1349) Mary Vir- 
ginia Latonia^ b. Feb. 16, 1S50, d. Feb. 15, 1852; (1350) Laura Virginia 
Latonia,^ b. April 3, 1853, d. Nov. 11, 1859; (1351) Alice Ella,^ h. z.\. 
Boston, Oct. 16, 1870, graduated at State Normal School, South Boston; 
now a teacher of art in Rollins' College, Winter Park, Florida; (1352) 
Clara Louisa,^ b. at Boston, June f, 1S64; attending Rollins' College. 

1353 Mary Ann,' b. at Petersham, July 29, 1829; m. June 27, 1847, William W. 

Fales. He was born at Strong, Me., Nov. 10, 1825, is a farmer at Rum- 
ney, N. H. Children: (i) Laura Jane, b. May 27, 1849; (2) William 
Ward, b. June 17, 1851 ; 13) Mary Frances, b. June 29, 1853, d. July 19, 
1863; (4) Addie Eliza, b. April 12, 1855 ; (5) Helen julieite, b. May 10, 
1857 ; (6) Florence Louise, b. Nov. 29, 1859, d. June 10, 1S66; (7) Charles 
Atwood, b. April 4, 1861. 

1354 Benjamin,' died young. 

1355 Edwin Porter,' died young. 

1356 Nancy Jane,' died young. 

1357 Nancy Jane,' b. at Lowell, July 20, 1837; m. William W. Fales. 

1358 Frances Elizabeth,' b. Nov. 29, 1839; m. March, 1863, Josiah Merriam, 

1359 Adelaide Louisa,' b. Oct. 10, 1842; m. July 19, 1S65, Reuben Pearsons, 

son of William and Mary (Maxwell) Charters, born at Sackville, N. B., 
June 16, 1841. He enlisted in the ist Mass. Light Artillery in 1861, 
serving until June, 1865, participating in twenty-nine bittles ; is now a 
car checker on the B. & L. R. R., residing at Lowell, Mass. Children ; 
(i) Addte Louise, b. at Concord, Mass., Feb. 23, 1867, d. May 8, 1S73: 



152 GUILD GENEALOGY. 

(2) Laura Etia, b. at Dorchester, Mass., Oct. 27, 1873 i (3) ffcrry Guilds 
b. at Bedford, ^Lass., July 9, 1SS2; (4) Elmer Allen, b. at Lowell, Sept. 
1 1, 18S5. d. July 7, 18^6. 
1360 Helen Mar," b. April 20, 1845. 



635 

Joel Guild' {Samuel^ Ebenezer^ John^ yohn^ Johri}-)^ son of Sam- 
uel and Ruth (Morse) Guild, born at Franklin, Mass., May 4, 1806, 
married Oct. 25, 182S, Eliza Foster ot Wrentham. He died at 
Franklin. 

Children : 

-I-1361 Benjamin Haven,^ b. Oct. 31, 1829; m. Ann E. Cheever. 

1362 Mary Kiizabeth," b July 24, 1833; m. March 28.1853, Eliphalet Eames, 

of South Framingham. Child : (i) E:tii Ovilla, b. April, 1856. 

1363 ^Llrtha Louisa," b. Dec. 27, 1838; m. Sept., 1859, Levi A. Follett, of 

Wrentham; resides at Sheldonville ; has no children. 
+ 1364 Joseph Grafton,^ b. Sept. 4, 1842; m. Illeone L Guild. 



639 

Oliver Robinson Guili/ {Otis^" Timothy,^ John^ Johii^'^ Johti^)^ 
son of Otis and Lois (Robinson) Guild, born at Wrentham, Mass., 
July 8, 1791, married first, Sept. 20, 1814, Mary Chappell, daughter 
of Nathaniel Chappell, of Austinburg, Ohio. She died Sept. 21, 
1865. He married a second wife Sept. 4, 1866. He was a farmer, 
and died March 23, 1873. 

Children : 

-f'1365 Lawrence Winfield,'' b. Jan. 29, 1821 ; m. ist, Orissa Easton; 2d, Mary A. 
Jenkins. 

1366 Fayette Livingstone,'' d. 1828. 

1367 Worcester Boudinot," b. Sept. 20, 1826; d. Sept. 24, 1846. 
-I-1368 Wellington Jay," b. Aug. 4, 1829; m. Rosamond Easton. 



640 

Jarius Guild^ {Otis^ Timothy,^ yohn^ Johii^ John^), son of Otis 
and Lois (Robinson) Guild, born at Sharon, Conn., April 10, 1793, 
married first, Jan. 27, 1817, Laura Wolcott, of Austinburg, Ohio, 
who was born Jan. 27, 1793, and died Aug. i, 1846. He married 
second, Nov. 3, 1847, Betsey M. Phelps, widow of Wadsworth. 

She died May 4, 1852. He married third, Widow Elizabeth Story. 
He died at Unionville, Ohio, Sept, 5, 1869. 



POSTEKITY OF JOHN GUILD OF DEDHAM. 153 

Children by Laura Wolcott : 

1369 Martha Caroline,^ b. Dec. 14, iSi7;m. Oct. 6, 1843, William H.Price, 

Children: (i) William Albert, b. April 2, 1847; (2) Laura Elixa, b. 
March 20, 1849. 

1370 Albert Washington,^ b. June 18, 1823; d. May 17, 1855. 

1371 Mary Amelia,' b. Aug. i, 1827; resides with her brother at Cleveland, 

Ohio; unmarried. 

1372 Charlotte Eliza,' b. April 28, 1830; m. Oct. 13, 1852, Robert H. Kline, 

who was born June i, 1828. Child: (i) Lillian Amelia, b. June 17, 1855. 

1373 Louisa Maria,' b. Oct. 29, 1833. 

Child by Betsey M. Phelps : 
-(-1374 Charles Bingham,' b. Dec. 30, 1849; "*• Caroline E. Smith. 



641 

Albert Guild" {Otis,^ Timothy,'^ John\ Jolm} John^)^ son of Otis 
and Lois (Robinson) Guild, born at Sharon, Conn., Aug. 30, 179S, 
married first, at Boston, Aug. 24, 1823, Elizabeth Godfrey, who died 
Feb. 5, 1846, He married second, Sept. 9, 1850, Sarah Ann Fair- 
banks, daughter of Silas and Martha Fairbanks, and widow of 
Brabrook. She was born at Lancaster, Mass., Nov. 18, 18 19. At 
the age of twenty he left his home in Trumbull County, Ohio, and 
walked to Wrentham, Mass. He was by profession, a dentist and 
established himself on Hanover street, Boston, where he had an 
office for many years. He died Jan. 15, 1884. 

Children : 

1375 Louisa Maria,' b. Aug. 26, 1824; d. July 31, 1825. 

1376 Charlotte Eliza,' b. March 17, 1826; m. April 6, 1852, Odolph F. MoUer, 

who was born in Copenhagen, Denmark. 

1377 Caroline Elizabeth,' b. Sept. 27. 1827; d. May 11, 1880. 

1378 William Henry,' b. Feb. 12, 1829; m. ist, April 6, 1852, Lucy A. L. Gip- 

son, who died Oct. 19, i860; m. 2d, Addie Colburn, of Boston. Child : 
(1379) Henry Albert,^ b. Boston, Sept. 6, 1S56. 
1380 Albert Augustine,' b. Chelsea, Aug. 30, 1837. 

653 

Joel Guild^ {Joel^ Samuel,*' Johfi,^ jfohn^ jfohn^), son of Joel 
and Olive (Balch) Guild, born at Leyden, Mass., Sept. 29, 1787, mar- 
ried first, at Paris, N. Y., Feb. 3, 1809, Abigail Vaughan, daughter of 
John and Mary Vaughan. She was born at Leyden, May 9, 1789, and 
died at Grand Rapids, Mich., Sept. 7, 1844. He married second, Oct. 
4, 1848, Mrs. Clarissa M. Gilland, who was born at Paris, N. Y., 
Dec. 8, 1788, and died Jan. 29, 1855. He was a resident of Paris, 
Oneida Co., N. Y., and left there with his family in May, 1833, and 
arrived at Louis Campau's trading post, the site of the present city 
of Grand Rapids, Mich. He purchased a lot and erected the first 
frame house in that city. The house contained two rooms and a loft, 
and small as it was it became the hostelry at which all land seekers 
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154 GUILD GENE^VLOGY. 

Stopped, and frequently more than a score of visitors were entertained. 
The first town-meeting was held at his house, when the whole num- 
ber of voters in the place was but nine. He was appointed the first 
postmaster, and held the position for a long time. Mr. Guild had 
planned for an enlargement of his house, but an accident to himself 
prevented, and after recovering he moved to a farm at Paris, Mich., 
where he remained several years, subsequently returning to Grand 
Rapids, where he died March 26, 1857. 

Children born at Paris, N. Y.: 

1381 EmilyJ b. Dec. 8, 1809; d. Feb. 26. 1812. 

1382 Julia Ann,' b. June 9, iSii; d. April 9, 1813. 

13S3 Harriet,' b. June 23, 1813; m. April 13, 1834, Barney Burton. He was 
one of the pioneer settlers of Miciiigan, and commenced the f r-t farm- 
ing operations in the county of Kent, settling at Paris, where he died 
April 17, 1861, a firm and consistent member of the M. E. churr'.i. Mrs. 
Burton resides at Grand Rapids, and is known as "Aunt Hatlie." The 
Grand Rapids Eagle of February, 1886, contained jan extended notice of 
her life. 
+1384 Consider," b. Dec. 25, 1S15; m. ist, Phebe A. Leavitt; 2d, Theresa 
Campau. 

1385 Emily Orman,^ b. April 30, 1817 ; d. Grand Rapids, Aug. 9, 1871 ; m. Nov. 

3, 1842, Leonard Gardiner Baxter, who was a grocer and carriage manu- 
facturer, and died at Grand Rapids, Feb. 3, 1866 ; had no children. 

1386 Julia Amy," b. April 30, 1817; d. Sept. 3, 1818. 

1387 Mary Laranche," b. Sept. 27, 1819; d. Paris, Mich., April 29, 1844; m. 
March 27, 1836, Robert McKnight Barr, who was a farmer at Paris, and 

now resides at Grand Rapids. Children : (i) Samh Abigail, b. Dec. 5, 
1S36; d. Feb. 3, 1S66; m. Dec. 19, 1854, William Laraway, who was 
a farmer and stone-cutter at Grand Rapids, and died Dec. 26, 1S85; no 
children. (2) Emily Priscilla, b. June 6. 1838. (3) Robert Guild, b. 
Oct. 7, 1839; m. Carrie Harding, who died Oct. 17, 1872. He served 
in Company A, 3d Michigan Infantry, and afterwards as lieutenant and 
quartermaster in the loth Michigan Cavalry, and died at Grand Rapids, 
Oct., 1875. Children: (I) Robert Clyde, b. July 30, 1867, d. Oct, 28, 
1872; (IDCarrie Belle, b. .March 22, 1870. (i,) Harriet Martha, b. Nov. 28, 
1841 ; m. Oct. I, i86r, John Perry Fisk, who was a farmer at Grand Rapids. 
Children: Afary Genevia, b. Nov. 22, 1S65; '"• ^'^^'- '"> '^^5' J^iri^s .Al- 
exander McMillan, traveling passenger agent for the Wabash, St. Louis 
& Pacific R. R. ; resides at Grand Rapids; child, (A) Ralph Fiske, b. 
Oct. 29. 1886. (\l) Lucy Cornel ia,h. Nov. 2, 1870; d. Dec. 27, 1877. (Ill) 
Edtta Elitia, b. March 27, 1872. (5) Albert Eli, b. Sept. 23, 1843; m. 
Sept. 9, 1S62, Artimisia Nelson. He enlisted in the War of the Re- 
bellion as lieutenant, and was promoted to be captain and discharged 
in 1865; learned the prmter's trade; carried on a marble quarry several 
years at Grand Rapids; is now engaged in a stone quarry at Fort Worth, 
Tex. Children : (l)Layanclie Blanche, b. Aug. 19, 1S69; (ll)Abbie Maud, 
b. Aug. 31, 1871; (III) Grace Caroline, b.^ Nov. 19, 1874; (IV) Ruth 
Nellie, b. Feb. 24, 1876, d. Dec. 23, 1876; (IV) Don Guild, b. Oct. 10, 
1884. 
13SS Olive Abigail,^ b. April 5, 1821 ; d. Cascade, Mich., Nov. 17 1S68; m. ist, 
Dec. 3, 1S38, Frederick .\ugustus Marsh, a farmer at Cascade, who was 
born Sept. 6, 1813, and died March 19, 1856; m. 2d, Dec. 18, 1857, Guy 
S. Walden, who is a farmer at Cascade. Children : (i) Charles Chris- 
topher (.Marsh), b. April 5, 1S40; m. Cascade, Jan. i, 1S66, Elizabeth 
Ann Orlop. He. is a traveling salesman. Child: (I) Fred Guy, b. 
Grand Rapids, Jan. 27, 1867. (2) Elizabeth Abigail (Marsh), b. May 7, 
1841; d. May 17, 1844. (3) Dewitt C//«/cw (Marsh), b. March 26, 1844; 



POSTERITY OF JOHN GUILD OF DEDHAM. 155 

d. April 7, 1874; m. Feb. 22, 1863, Olive L. Waters. (4) Milton Fred- 
erick (Marsh), b. June 19, 1S50; m. Dec. 31, 1872, Helen Y. Holmes. 
Child : (I) Lena Olive, b. June i, 1874. (5) Jennie Elizabeth (Walden), 
b. July 22, i860; d. July 14, 1861. 

1389 Elvira Eels," b. Oct. 16, 1S23; d. Fayston, Vt., June 5, 1855 ; m. Feb. 22, 

1849, Albert, son of Eber H. and Irene (Child) Baxter. He was born 
at Moretown, Vt., Aug. 3, 1823, and is an editor at Grand Rapids. 

1390 Lucy Eglantine,'' b. June 14, 1830; d. Jersey City, N. J., Jan. 13, 1867; m. 

April 30, 1S48, Daniel S. T. Weller, who was a paving contractor, and 
died at Detroit, Mich., Nov. 20, 1883. Child : (i) Abby Lucy Elizabeth, 
b. Oct. 30, 1856; is a P. O. cleric at Grand Rapids. 

655 

Daniel Guild' {^Joel^ Samuel* John^ yohn^ yohri^), son of Joel 
and Olive (Balch) Guild, born at Leyden, Mass., Dec. 11, 1790, mar- 
ried first, at Sanquoit, N. Y., Jan. i, 1818, Rhoda Parmelee, daughter 
of Camp Parmelee of Sanquoit. She was born June 20, 1798, and 
died at Paris, Mich., March 10, 1841. Married second, at Holman 
City, N. Y., April 20, 1842, Sarah Ann Frances Miller Howe, who 
was born March T)'^^ 1812. Mr. Guild went from Paris, N. Y., to 
Grand Rapids, Mich., in the spring of 1836, and took up a piece of 
land on which he settled and remained until his death, which occurred 
June 16, 1853. He was a very sociable man, generous to a fault, be- 
loved by all his neighbors, and especially so by the Indians. Many 
of these he kept and fed, treating them as brothers. He joined the 
Methodist church at an early age, and his house was always open for 
traveling ministers, many of whom held service there. 

Children by Rhoda Parmelee : 

1391 Isaac Philips,'' b. May 5, 1820; d. Feb. 22, 1840. 

1392 Mary Zopeda,' b. Feb. 23, 1822; d. July, 1877; ™- at Paris, Mich., Clinton 

Shoemaker. Children : (i) Mary Cornelia, m. John Williams; children, 
(I) Clinton, (II) Zopeda, (III) Coral. (2) Clinton Lewellyn, m. Lucinda 
Patterson, and is a farmer at Diana, Sanborn Co., Dak.; children, (I) 
William, (II) Mabel Clare. (3) Rhoda Inez, m. Albert Stafford, and is 
a farmer at Diana, Dak. ; children, (I) Ernest, (II) Earl. 

1393 Irene Amanda,'' b. Nov. 23, 1S23 ; m. at Paris, Mich., Sept. 7, 1842, Da-^ 

vid Ferris Laraway. He was born at Ovid, N. Y., Dec. 28, 1814, and 
is a farmer at Shelbyville, Mich. Children: (i) Isaac Newto}i (Lara- 
way), b. at Wyoming, Mich., July 29, 1843, ^- ^I^y 31, 1847; (2) Julius 
Matheivson (Laraway), b. Mar. 11, 1S45, m. at Wayland, Mich., March 
21, 1868, Melissa Williams, b. Jan. 26, 1847. He is a carpenter and 
farmer at Martin, Mich.; children, (I) William Henry, b. June 7, 1874; 
(II) George Irwin, b. Mar. 29, 1877. (3) Polinia Irene (Laraway), b. Aug. 
II, 1847, m. John J. Williams, b. at Claranville, P. Q., April 2, 183S, is a 
farmer at Shelbyville, Mich. He enlisted in Company H, 13th Michigan 
Infantry, was with Gen. Sherman on his famous March to the Sea, and 
being hurt while tearing up railroads, was sent from Savannah, Ga., to 
New York hospital and discharged, Aug. 14, 1865; children, (I) Fred 
Ferris, b. Dec. 17, 1866; (II) Jennie Evelyn, b. June 29, 1869; (HI) 
Ethel Marion, b. Nov. 10, 1871; (IV) Emily Elnora, b. Oct. i, 1874; 
(V) Elmer J., b. Oct. i, 1874; (VI) Clarence Irwin, b. May 26, 1S81; 
(VII) Olive Beatrice, b. Sept. 9, 18S4 ; (VIII) Lena Eliza, b. Sept. 9, 
1884. (4) Herbert De-cuillo, b. Oct. il, 1850, m. April 21, 1871, Susan 
Isabella Cook, b. at Mendon, Mich., Sept. 5, 1853. He is a farmer at 



156 GUILD GENEALOGY. 

Shelbyville, Mich.; children, (I) Ferris Dewillo, b. at Wayland. Aug. 
2S, 1S72. d. Dec. iS, 1S75; (^I) ^'('^ Cooper, b. at Grand Rapids, Nov. 
30, 1876; (III) Hattie Irene, b. at Martin, Nov. 22, 1S79; (IV) George 
Gilbert, b. Dec. 16, 1881, d. Sept. 13, 1SS3. (5) Daniel Ferris (Laraway), 
b. June 13, 1S54, m. April 20, 1S7S, Mary Elizabeth Gregg, b. at Way- 
land, Dec. 18, 1858. He is a farmer and school teacher at .Shelbvville; 
children, {\) Lee, b. April 23, 18S1 ; (II) Guild, b. April 8, 1S84. (6) El- 
nora Amanda (Laraway), b. Nov. 28, 1S5S, m. Feb. 2, 18S2, George Ros- 
coe Hrannan, who was born at Waylantl, Mar. 13, 1S57, and is a miller 
at Kalamazoo, Mich.; children, (I) Irene Belle, b. at Martinsburg, July 
21. 1S83; (II) Eva I'olona, b. at Kalamazoo, May iS, 18S6. (7) Frank 
Oliver (Laraway), b. at Wayland, Aug. 25, 1S60, and resides at Ypsilanti. 

1394 Oliver E.,'' b. Sept. 10, 1825; d. Oct. 30, 1858. 

1395 Hull Newton,^ b. Dec. 14, 1827, d; Feb. 5, 1S32. 

1396 Olive Cornelia,'' b. Nov. 10, 1829; m. ist. May 15, 1847, David P. Davis, 

who was a farmer at Gaines, Mich.; m. 2d, June 5, 1865, Charles Castor 
Comstock. He was born at Sullivan, N. II., Mar. 5, i8i8, and is now 
a manufacturer at Grand Rapids. Mr. Comstock has been mayor of that 
city two years, and a member of Congress two terms. Children: (l) 
Josephine Ophila (Davis), b. Sept. 30, 1S49, d. Oct. 9, 1850; (2) Frances 
Eliza (Davis), b. April 10, 1852; (3) Calvin (Davis), b. Aug., 1S54, d. 
Sept., 1854; (4) Chester (Davis), b. July 4, 1855, d. July 25, 1855; (5) 
Guild De-willo (Davis), b. March 23, 1S56; (6) Clara Eglantine (Com- 
stock), b. April 5, 1866, m. Sept. i, 1884, Huntley Russell, b. Sept. i, 
1849, 'S a clerk at Grand Rapids; child, (I) Charles Comstock, b. Jan. i, 
1S86. (7) Etta Moniquc (Comstock), b. Jan. 8, 1869. 

1397 Sarah Elinor,'' b. Sept. 5, i83i,m. Dec. 13, 1850. George Rich Bates, who 

was born in Ohio, Aug. 23, 1827, moved to Michigan with his parents, 
worked in mills at Greenville, Constantine and Muskegon, was foreman 
at the latter place, and several years a farmer at Gaines; is now a wool 
dealer at Grand Rapids. Children : (i) Jennie Lyn (Bates), b. at Con- 
stantine, Oct. 29, 1S52, m. Nov. 14, 1872, Horace Price Decker, who is 
a sewing machine dealer at Grand Rapids; child, (I) Elitabeth Madeline, 
b. Sept. 12, 1873. (2) Zobedia Ella (Bates), b. at Muskegon, Mar. 15, 
1854, d. Oct. 20, 1854; (3) Chester Millington (Bates), b. Aug. 20, 1S55. 
m. Mar. 29, 1882, Margaret Bell, daughter of Elijah and Jane (Forsell) 
Tatman. He is a farmer at Sheridan (Dover P.O.), Mich.; children, (I) 
Frank Nelson, b. May 8, 1883 ; (II) Jennie Lyn, b. June 23. 1885. (4) 
Schuyler Newton (Bates), b. at Gaines, Nov. 21, 1857, and is a member 
of the firm of Decker tS: Bates, dealers in sewing machines at Grand 
Rapids; (5) Isaac Ernest (Bates), b. Dec. 2, 1859, m. at Coopersville, 
Nov. I, 1886, Ida Hooper, is a member of the firm of Decker & Bates ; 
(&) Geori;e Allison (Bates), b. Oct. 12, 1S61, m. 1st, June 17, 1SS5, Cora 
Belle Wright, b. May 26, 1864, d. April 12, 18S6 ; child, (I) Cora Belle, 
b. March 29, 1886; m. 2d, April 5, 1887, Alice Luretta Decker ; she was 
born at Pemberville, Ohio, Mar. 15, 1863. He is a member of the firm 
of Bates Bros., furniture dealers at Grand Rapids; (7) Rhoda May 
(Bates), b. July 21, 1864; (8) Charles Henry (Bates), b. Dec. 21, 1866; 
(9) Daniel Guild (Bates), b. Aug. 15, 1871 ; (10) Edith Ehnor (Bates), 
b. July 3, 1874. 

1398 Chester Newton,' b. Sept. 25, 1833; d. Sept. 17, 1856. 

1399 Harriet Merrian,' b. Dec, 1836; drowned March 26. 1839. 
-^-1400 Richmond Daniel,'' b. June 5, 1839; m. Susan Mcintosh. 

Children by Sarah A. F. M. Howe : 

-}-i40i Albert Henry,' b. Sept. 7, 1844; m. ist, Rowena J. Worden; 2d, Frances 
E. Brown. 

1402 Wallace Levant,' b. March S, 1S47; d. April 19, 1847. 

1403 Marion Lavanche,'' b. May 17, 1S48; m. Sept. 29, 1S75, Charles Stuart 

(Tobias) Walport, who is a painter by trade ; now in government em- 



POSTERITY OF JOHN GUILD OF DEDHAM. 157 

ploy at Washington, D. C. Children: (i) Elizabeth Marion, b. Grand 
Rapids, April i6, 1877; (2) Annabel! Irene, b. Greenville, Mich., Dec. 
3i» 1879. 
1404 Rhoda Oriska,' b. May 12, 1852; d. July, 1854. 



657 

Edward Guilds {^oel,^ Samuel," John^ John,^ John^), son of Joel 
and Olive (Balch) Guild, born Dec. 12, 1795, married at Paris, N. Y., 
Aug. 24, 181 7, Phila Harvey, who was born at Monson, Mass., July 
4, 1794, and died at Paris, Mich., Dec. 13, 187 1. He was a farmer 
at Paris, N. Y., emigrated to Michigan with his brother Joel in 1838 , 
and died at Paris, Mich., Sept. 13, 187 1. 

Children born at Paris, N. Y. : 

1405 Eunice,' b. April 23, 1818; m. Dec. 6, 1846, Stephen Hammond. Chil- 

dren : (l) Stephen, (2) Sylvanus, (3) May, (4) Phebi. 

1406 Julia Ann,'^ b. Oct. 21, 1819 ; d. July 30, 1820. 

1407 John Edward, ^b. Dec. 25, 1820 ; m. Paris, Mich., Dec. 29, 1845^ Marion 

Andrews. He is a farmer at Deer Lake, Osceola Co., Mich. Children : 
(140S) Afartha^ m. Edward B. Langley, a grocer at Muskegon, Mich.; 
(1409) Ella.^ 
1410 Erastus Ganyard,' b. April 11, 1823^ m. Grand Rapids, Dec, 21, 1842, 
Roxanna Edna Shafer, who was born Nov. i, 1824. He is a retired 
farmer at Animosa, Jones Co., Iowa. Children : (1411) Alice Edna!* b. 
Feb. 18, 1852; m. Feb. 18, 1875, Frank Frost. (1412) Ellen Moniqi4e^ 
b. April 19, 1856; m. March 26, 1878, Frank Hungerford. (1413) Lu- 
cetta Sarah^h. Oct. 21, i860; m. April 13, 1886, Frank Kalume, of Ani- 
mosa. (1414) Harriet,^ b. Oct. i, 1865; d. March 11, 1866. 

141 5 Louisa M.,'' b. June 19, 1825; d. May 3, 1S43. 

1416 Marium L.,' b. Oct. 27, 1826; m. Paris, Mich., Dec. 29, 1845, Abram An- 

drews. Children : (i) Delos, (2) Edward, (3) Elvira. 

1417 Austin M.,'' b. Feb. 8, 1828; d. Aug. 2, 1838. 

1418 Mary Joanna,'' b. Feb. 28, 1S30; d. Aug. 5, 1868; m. Paris, Oct., 1858, 

William Wallace Crandall, who was a farmer at Shelby, Mich., now in 
Ontario. Children: (i) Phila Adell (Crandall), b. July 19, 1S59; m. 
Eugene Madden, and resides at Gaines. (2) Mary Addia (Crandall), 
b, Jan. 21. 1S61 ; m. Nov. 12, 1882, Justin Dwight Fleming, who was 
born at Adrian, July 11, 1851, and is a farmer at Shelby. Children : (I) 
Arthur Eugene, b. Nov. 19, 1883; (II) Ethel May, b. June 17, 1886. 
(3) Fratices Juliette (Crandall), b. March 14, 1862; m. 1881, James Sha- 
ver, a farmer at Holland, Mich. Children: [\) Esther, (it) Charlotte 
M., (Ill) James. (4) Clifford Enfield(<Zx2.\\&3\\), b. May, 1S64 ; m. and is a 
farmer in Dakota. (5) Ellen Rose (Crandall), b. Jan. 23, 1866; m. Jan, 
5. 1882, Frank Garlock, and resides at Monterey, Mich. Children: (I) 
E'la Bell, b. Allevton, Jan. 13, 1SS3; [l\) Birtie Alfred, b. Aug. 16, 
18S6. (6) Joatttta '(Crandall), b. May 13, 1868. 
-I-1419 Horace Harvey,' b. March 4, 1832; m. Frances E. Anderson. 



658 

John Guild" {^oel,^ Samuel,* jFohn^ John,^ Johi^), son of Joel 
and Olive (Balch) Guild, born at Paris, New York, August 8, 1797, 
married at German Flats, N. Y., May 8, 1826, Miriam Hovt, daughter 
of William and Susannah Hoyt. She was born at St. Johnsbury, Vt., 



158 GTHLD GENEALOGY. 

August 3, 1799, and died at Lockport, N. Y., Dec. 30, 1875. He 
went to Utica, N. Y., when a young man, became a merchant, leaving 
at the time of his death, April 20, 1840, quite a large property. 

Children born at Utica : 

1420 Mary Ann,'' b. Oct. 11, 1S28; d. Jan. 30, 1829. 

1421 Lucy Ann,'' b. Jan. 13, 1830; m. April 9, 1850, William Chaffin, who died 

Jan. 17, 1851. She resides at Lockport. Child: (i) IVilliam Rogers, h. 
May 22, 1851 ; was a bank teller, and died Aug. 28, 1884. 

1422 Caroline Vashti,' b. Sept. 16, 1S31; d. March 17, 1842. 

1423 John Hoyt,' b. Sept. 4, 1833; d. Oct. 21, 1835. 

1424 John William,'' b. May 15. 1836; d. 183S. 

1425 Cornelius Swarthout,'' b. July 25, 1S40; m. June 25, 1868, Alma Lane, 

daughter of Edwin Shepard of I^ockport. Mr. Guild was a dry goods 
dealer from 1867 to 188 r, and since a manufacturer of shirts at Buffalo, 
style of firm. Queen City Shirt Co. He is a member of the Episcopal 
church and resides at Lockport. Children: (1426) Frances Caroline,^ b. 
Mar. 24, 1869; (1427) Miriam,^ b. Dec. 7, 1872; (142S) EUen Craig,^ 
b. Sept. 23, 1875. 



661 

Almond Guild' {Elijah,'' Samut-/* John^ yoJm^ John^')^ son of 
Elijah and Anna (Esen) Guild, born at Plainfield, N. Y., June 13, 
1796, married, Oct. 24, 1822, Miranda Walker, who was born May 
II, 1805, and died June 23, 1852. His father died when he was ten 
years of age, leaving the mother with six children on a small farm. 
The mother, after two years, married Nathan Cook, a hardy pioneer 
who was strong and robust himself, and had no sympathy for those 
who were not. The step-sons had to make extra exertions, which 
injured their constitutions so as to render them unfit for hard work 
later in life, and laying a foundation for disease and premature decay. 
Mr. Guild left the farm when quite a young man to learn the black- 
smith's trade, and settled at West Winfield, N. Y., working until his 
health failed, when he retired to a small place. He was a member of 
the Baptist church which his grandfather built. He took no active 
part in politics and preferred the society of his wife and children. 
He died August 30, 1854. (See portrait.) 

Children : 

-4-1429 Elijah Leroy,^ b. Nov. 27, 1826; m. Juliana Burlingame. 

1430 Almond Lamotte,^ b. Feb. 4, 1S30; was a clerk in a dry goods store, and 

died at Wolcott, June 23, 1851. 

1431 Olivia.' b. Oct. 23, 1833; d. July 15, i860; m. Jan. 17. 1854, James Knight 

of New York City, and resided at Syracuse. Children : (i) Hattie Maria 
(Knight), b. Oct. 14, 1S54, d. Feb. 21, 1871; (2) drtruJe Louisa (Knight), 
b. at New Woodstock, Aug. 3, 1856, m. at Syracuse, Nov. 12. 1878, 
Robert Lucien, son of George and Helen (Sherman) Uenedict. He was 
born at Delphi, N. Y., Feb. 18, 1S48, and is a farmer at Delphi; chil- 
dren: (I) Lewis Emery, b. Dec. 17, 1879; (II) Robert Guild, b. June 18, 
1885. 

1432 Lurelle Walker,^ b. Sept. 28, 1836; d. at Richmond. Va., Dec. 23, 1876; 

m. at New York City, Mar. 5, 1868, Alice Beatrice Goodwillie of Buffalo. 




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POSTERITY OF JOHN GUILD OF DEDHAM. 159 

He was a merchant at Lyons, N. Y., until his health failed, when he sold 
out and engaged in selling nursery stock for Rochester parties, his home 
being in Syracuse, N. Y., and his place of business in East Saginaw, 
Mich., where he also loaned considerable money. He never took any 
active interest in public affairs. His widow resides in New York City. 
Child: (i433i Thomas LitreUe,^ h. Dec. 19, 1873. 
1434 Louisa,' b. Nov. 4, 1844; m. at Butler, N. Y., June 25, i860, Horace Clark 
Hill, who is a clerk at Syracuse, N. Y. Children : (i) Lurelle Erasmus, 
b. Oct. 29 1862; (2) Charlotte, b. June 9, 1875; (3) Gertrude Louisa, b. 
July 9, 1877, d. Oct. 19, 1877. 

665 

Zelotus Guild' {Elijah,^ Samuel* jfohn^ John^^ John^^^ son of Eli- 
jah and Anna (Esen ) Guild, born at Plainfield, N. Y., Jan. 9, 1806, mar- 
ried Sept. 8, 183 1, Eliza Polly Butterfield, daughter of Jacob and 
Pclly ( Frederick) Butterfield, who was an emigrant from Pawlet, Vt., 
to Wolcott, N. Y. She was born August 16, 1809, and died July 23, 
1864. He learned the tanners' and shoemakers' trade at West Win- 
field, and worked at Wolcott, where he bought in 1832 an interest in 
a harness shop, and remained until 1840, when he purchased his 
father-in-law's tannery with ten acres of land, to which he continued 
to add until 1866. He then moved to East Saginaw, Mich., and died 
there, Aug. 27, 1869. He held several town offices, and was a firm 
believer in the doctrine of universal salvation. (See portrait.) 

Children : 

-4-1435 Egbert Frederick,'^ b. June 24, 1S32; m. Harriet Y. Laraway. 

1436 Harriet Survila,' b. Jan. 23, 1S3S; drowned Nov. 2, 1S40. 

1437 Esen Zelotus,'' b. Jan. 27. 1842: m. at East Saginaw, Aug. 8, 1867, Ade- 

line Eliza, daughter of Henry B. C. and Catherine (Marcellus) Laraway 
of Detroit, who was born at Lawrence, N. Y., Mar. 27, 1840. Mr. Guild 
enlisted in Co. A, 9th New York Heavy Artillery, and was stationed 
around Washington until assigned to the 6th Army Corps, and took part 
in the battles of the Wilderness and Cold Harbor; was taken sick and 
returned home. From 1864 to 1866 he was engaged in selling trees for 
a nursery firm at Rochester, N. Y., was a clerk at East Saginaw until 
1874, then engaged in the wholesale millinery business at Detroit, and 
resides there. Child: (1438) Cathaline Eliza^ b. at Royal Oak, Nov. 
12, 1869. 

673 

Anson Consider Guild® {Consider,^ Sanmel* jfolm^ yohn^ yohr})^ 
son of Consider and Elizabeth (Green) Guild, born at West Winfield, 
N. Y., Sept. 29, 1806, married Oct. 31, 1827, Miranda Noble Bar- 
ber, who was born at Bridgewater, N. Y., Oct. 11, 1804. He was a 
merchant and a member of the Baptist church many years at Fre- 
donia, N. Y., and died there Jan. 12, 1867. 

Children : 

1439 Avery M.,' b. at West Winfield, April 28, 1830; m. Sept. 4, 1853, Sarah 
Jane Cobden. He is a business manager of a newspaper at Butte City, 
Mont. Ter. Children: (1440), Emtna Kelly^ b. at Erie, Pa., Jan. 9, 
1855; (1441) Gertie G.^ b. at Rock Island, 111,, Nov. 29, 1870. 



160 GUILD GENEALOGY. 

1442 Sardius S.," b. May i, 1832; d. at New Orleans, Oct. 14, 185S. 

1443 Harriet PutnamJ b. at Fredonia, Dec. 24, 1834; d. at .\lbion. N. Y., June 

2, 1S73; m. June 17, 1856, Dr. William McKennan, who was a physician 
at .Middleport. Gaines and Albion, and died Aug. 21. 1879. Children: (i) 
Effu, d. Oct. 18S2; (2) Alexander, d. young; (3) William Guild, b. Aug. 
14, 1862; m. at Lockport, Oct. 6, 1886. Hortense Valleau Webber. He 
is assistant cashier of the Dakota National Bank at .Sioux Falls, Dak. 

1444 Emma Miranda," b. June 2, 1837; m. Nov. 26. 1S61, Albert C. Goft". She 

resides at St. Louis, Mo. Children: (i) Hiram Guild, (2) Lena, (3) 
Albert Hinckley. 

1445 Lenora Kelly," b. May 29, 1839; m. at Fredonia, N. Y., Dec. 6, 1865, John 

Sidney Lathrop. who is a carriage painter at Fredonia. Children: (i) 
Theodori Wilton, b. at Jamestown, Aug. 30, 1S66, d. iNLiy 13, 1876; (2) 
Alice Gray, b. at Fredonia, July i, 1S69; (3) Clara Avery, b. Dec. 16, 
1880. 

1446 Sarah Jane,^ b. Oct. 12, 1842; m. June iS, 1867, Benjamin Franklin Skin 

ner, who is a lawyer at Fredonia, has been district attorney, and super- 
visor. Child: (I) Annie Bailey, b. May 19, 1872. 



678 

Davis Guilds {Cyriis,^ Daniel,'' yohn,^ yohn,'' yohn^ son of Cyrus 
and Olive (Haskell) Guild, born at Augusta, Maine, March 19, 1801, 
married Olivia Lyon, who died April 23, 18S2. He was a farmer 
at Augusta, and died there July 16, 1859. 

Children born in Augusta : 

1447 Lucy Blake,' b. Sept. 15, 1823; d. Jan., 1886; m. Freeman Barker of Au- 
gusta. Children : (i) Lilla H , b. Aug. 25. 1S61 ; (2) Anna M. 

144S Olivia Lyon,' b. Dec. 16. 1824; d. July 25, 1884; m. Silas Dunton of Mill- 
bury, Mass. Children : (i) Amtna, m. James A. Morse of Farnumsville, 
Mass. ; has two children. (2) Joseph, m. Fannie Temple of Boston ; no 
children. 

1449 Harvey D.,'' b. Sept. 18, 1826; d. July 10, 1837. 
-j-1450 Alpheus Eugene," b. Oct. 27, 1S31 ; m. Abbie H. Farmer. 

1451 Otis A.,'' b. Oct. 22, 1833 ; d. Aug. 23, 1S38. 

1452 Amanda Eliza,' b. Sept. 2, 1835; in April, 1S55, Hervev Park of Millbury, 

Mass. Children : (i) AJary Lydia, b. April 15, 1S57'; (2) Ada Eliza, h. 
Nov. 7, 1858 ; (3) Ed-uiin Hervey, b. Aug. 6. 1S60; (4) Alice Amanda, b. 
Sept. 21, 1863; (5) Lucy M., b. Jan. 8, 1S65 ; (6j Charles Willis, b. 
June 24, 1S67. 

1453 Davis,' b. Dec. 30, 1S38 ; m. Jan. 8, i860, Frances Isabel, daughter of 

Timothy H. and Polly (Bond) Longley. She was born at Millbury, Mass., 
June 20, 1S41. Mr. Guild is a merchant at Worcester, Mass. Children: 
(1454) P^ora Isabel,^ h. Millbury, Nov. S, 1862; grad. Worcester High 
School. (1455) ^^^^^'^' Frances,^ b. Nov. 24, 1864; d. Worcester, 1865. 



681 

Cyrus Guild' {Cyrus,^ Daniel," yo/m,' yohn^ yo/m^), son of Cyrus 
and Sena E. (Lyon) Guild, born at Augusta, Maine, Sept. 15, 1S15, 
married Feb. 11,1841, Eleanor W. Damren, daughter of William 
and Hannah (Button) Damren, of Belgrade, Maine. She was born 
Aug. I, 1820. He was a farmer, and a member of the city council 
and the Universalist church at Augusta, where he died July 15, 1884 



POSTERITY OF JOHN GUILD OF DEDHAM. 161 

Children : 

1456 Alpheus Damren,'' b. April 20, 1S42 ; m. Aug. 22, 1883, Angie Dollof ; is 

a farmer at Augusta. 

1457 Elleti Sena,'' b. Sept. 25, 1843; m. Jan. 15, 1867, John H. May. a horse 

dealer at Augusta. Children: (\) John IValUr. b. March 4, 1 868 ; (2) 
Florence Alertie, b. Sept. 24, 1869; (3) John Shepard, b. Sept. 25, 187 1 ; 
(4) Charles Leslie, b. May 23, 1877. 

1458 Emma Jane.'' b. Oct. 8, 1845. d. Dec. 20, 1848. 

1459 Virgil Manlius," b. Dec. 13, 1S47 ; d. Nov. 16, 1848. 

1460 Eldusta LouisaJ b. Oct. 14, 1849; m. Feb. 22. 1S6S, Almon Lyon. Chil- 

dren : {\) Lottie A., \) Sept. 26. 1872; (2) Kittie E. ^., b. Aug. 23,1875; 
. (3) Alpheus A., b. Feb. 27, 1878, d. July 5, 1881 ; (4) Harry M., b. Oct. 
26, 1S79. 

1461 Ida Barker,^ b. Feb. 8, 1852 ; resides at Augusta; unmarried. 

1462 Alma Josephine,' b. Aug. 28, 1854; d. June 26, 1874. 

1463 Manley Albert.'' b. Sept. 26, 1857 ; m. March 28, 1885, Effie Marson. He 

is a farmer at Augusta. 

1464 Charles Melville, ^ b. April 27, i860 ; is a letter-carrier at Augusta. 



692 

Laban Guild^ {Richard^ Richard ^^ jfosiah^ John^ JoJai^)^ son of 
Richard and Zillah (Turner) Guild, born at Chester, Vt., Sept. 22, 
1801, married first, Alma W. Houghton, who was born March 6, 
1807, and died July 29, 1829. He married second, Sabra D. Wight- 
man, daughter of George Wightman. She died July 18, 1869. He 
was a farmer and member of the Freewill Baptist church at Chester, 
and died there, Sept. 28, 1868. 

Children born at Chester : 

1465 Lorrain Laban,'' b. March 5, 1832 ; d. Oct. 30, 1847. 

1466 Almon Nelson,' b. Oct. 18, 1833; m. Dec. 5, 1865, Hannah W., daughter 

of Charles and Lucena (Wilcox) Bishop of Ludlow, Vt. Mr. Guild is a 
farmer at Weathersfield, Vt. (P. O., Perkinsville); has held the offices of 
selectman and lister. Child : (1467J Mabel Esther^ b. Nov. 29, 1875. 
-J-146S Henry Franklin,'' b. July 25, 1839; m. Elsie M. Horton. 



695 

Hermon Guild" {Alanson^ Richard.^ jfosiah^ John,^ y^ohn^), son 
of Alanson and Keturah (Turner) Guild, born at Wrentham, Mass., 
Sept. I, 1800, married first, Huldah Knights, of Rockingham, Vt., 
who was born June, 1800, and died Sept. i, 1830. He married sec- 
ond, Susan Thompson, of Chester, Vt. Mr. Guild is a retired farmer 
at Chester. 

Children : 

-[-1469 Martin,' b. May 11, 1819 ; m. ist, Sophia T.Thompson; 2d, Mary A. 
I51anchard. 

1470 Eliza,'' b. July 10, 1823. 

147 1 Sarah, 1 b. March ii, 1829; m. Thomas S. Clark, of Medfield, Mass. 



162 GUILD GENEALOGY. 

696 

Luther Guild' {Ahvisof/,^ Ric/mnf* y^os/a/i," jfohn^ yo/i/i^), son of 
Alanson and Keturah (Turner) Guild, born at Wrentham, Mass., July 
23, 1803, married first, Sophia Gii.son, who was born at Springfield, 
Vt., Dec. I, 1S02, and died at Chester, Vt., Aug. 21, 1840. He mar- 
ried second, in 1844, Olive Clark, daughter of David Clark. She 
was born May 27, 1815. He died at Medfield, Mass., Aug. 7, 1S73. 

Children born in Chester, Vt. : 

1472 MaryE.,^b. Dec. 11, 1824. 

1473 Harriet,' b. July 10, 1827 ; d. July 10, 1832. 

1474 Luther A.,' b. Feb. 10, 1S33. 

703 

James Russell Guild' ( yoah^ James^^ jfosiah^ jfohn^jfohti^)^ son of 
Joab and J>elinda (Burleigh) Guild, born at West Woodstock, Conn., 
Nov. 19, 1807, married at Union, Conn., March 11, 1833, Almira 
Fisher, who was born Feb. 15, 1807, and died June 30, 1877. He 
was a strong anti-slavery man and active in the Temperance work, 
and died at Willimantic, Conn., Oct. 4, 1843. 

Children : 

1475 William Henry,' b. at Union, Nov. 16, 1833; d. at Willimantic. June 19, 

1S54. 

1476 Hugh Wellington,' b. Aug. 27, 1S35 ; drowned July 21, 1850. 

1477 Elizabeth Belinda,' b. at Hampton, Conn., Nov. 27, 1S37; m. Oct. 26, 

1857, Gilbert Wilson Shepard. He was born at Montrose, Pa., Dec. 17, 
1S35, '^"'^ '5 "o* ^ carpenter and builder at Woodstock Valley, Conn. 
Children: (i) Lillian Ltzzie, b. Aug. 20, 1858. d. Sept. 15, 1S75; (2) 
Gilbert Kussell, b. Feb. 8, iS6r, m. Nov. 30, 18S2, Maggie Clark, and 
resides at New York City; child, (I) GilherC Clark, b. July 10, 1884. (3) 
Frederic Afonroe, b. Aug. 21, 1842; {4) Lillian Almyra, b. Nov. 7, 1874. 
+ 1478 Cyrus Monroe,' b. Mar. 26, 1842; m. Frances M. Fowler. 

704 

John Burleigh Guild' {yoah,^ yames* Josiah^ Johti^ yohn^)^ son 
of Joab and Belinda (Burleigh) Guild, born at West Woodstock, Conn., 
Oct. 17, 1809, married first, Oct. 27, 1839, Sophronia Barlow, who 
was born Oct. 27, 18 11; married second, Sept. 3, 1849, Julia Ann 
Griggs. He studied at Suffield and Newton, was ordained a cler- 
gyman of the Baptist church, and preached at Willimantic, Clinton, 
Plainfield, Thompson and Fackersville, Conn. He was a strong anti- 
slavery man, and died at Thompson, Conn., Sept. 11, 1853. 

Children by Sophronia Barlow : 

1479 John Good,' b. June 27, 1840; d. Sept. i, 1S63; unmarried. 

1480 Rollin Henry,' b. Dec. 17, 1841; d. ; m. Feb. 13,1867, M.iggie E. 

Applegate of Canterbury, Conn. He was a clerk in the office of the 
Camden, Amboy & Pa. R. R., and resided at South Amboy. Children: 



POSTERITY OF JOHN GUILD OF DEDHAM. 163 

(1481) Lotas S.,^h. Jan. 25, 186S, d. April 14, 1868; (1482) Ada,^b. 

Nov. 21, 1869; (1483) //a(/ie A.,^ b. May 29, 1872 ; (1484) Hollin H.,^ 

b. Nov. 21, 1876. 
1485 Mary Eliza.'' b. July i, 1843, <J- 1""^ 21, 1875; m. Charles H, Spofford of 

North Windham, Conn. 
i486 Harriet Almira,' b. Dec. 29, 1844: died. 

Children by Julia A. Griggs : 

1487 Sarah Frances, '^ b. July 24, 1S50; is a school teacher at Danielsonville, Ct. 

1488 Frank Eugene, 'J b. Aug. 14, 1853; graduated, 1885, from the L. I. Medical 

College at Brooklyn, N. Y., since which time has been employed in the 
King's Co. Hospital at Flatbush. 

707 

Morris Lyon Guild* {Joah^ Javics,'^ Josiah^ John,^ jfohn^')^ son 
of Joab and Belinda (Burleigh) Guild, born at Woodstock, Ct., July 24, 
1816, married Jan. i, 1843, Lucy Ann Safford, daughter of Benja- 
min and Sarah (Ashley) Safford. She was born at Hampton, Conn., 
Aug. 14, 1823. Mr. Guild is a farmer and shoemaker at Hampton. 

Children born in Hampton : 

1489 Mary Elizabeth,' b. July 22, 1844; m. Nov. 28, 1867, George Robert Swift, 

who was born in Mansfield, Conn., July 19, 1844 ; d. Southbridge, Mass., 
July 5, 1877. Children : (i) Dora Gertrude, b. May 23, 1869; (2) Hatlie 
Nnvbury, b. Feb. 27, 1872 ; (3) Arthur Herbert, b. March 27, 1876. 

1490 Dora Gertrude,'' b. Nov. 11, 1846; d. June 20, 1852. 

1491 John Lilly,' b. July 12, 1849; m. March 10, 1875, Mary Ann Apley, who 

was born at Hampton, Feb. 20, 1853. He is a farmer at Norfolk, Neb. 
Children: (1492) Fred Safford,^ b. Irvington, Neb., March 24, 1878; 
(1493) Lilly, ^ b. Norfolk, Neb , March, 1885. 

1494 Ida Ella,'' b.'Nov. 26, 1851 ; d. Nov. 12, 1869. 

1495 Sidney Smith,'' b. Oct. 17, 1853 ; is a foreman in a tow mill at Egan, Dak. 

1496 Albert Eugene," b. July 12, 1856; is a house painter at Hampton, Conn. 

1497 George Burleigh,' b. Dec. 26, 1858; m. Jan. i, 1884, Eva Emma Brooks, 

who was born at Moodus, Conn., Feb. 2, 1858 ; is employed in a clothing 
store at Danielsonville, Conn. 

1498 Charles Edward,'' b. July 3, 1861 ; is supervisor of boys in the Deaf and 

Dumb Asylum at Hartford, Conn. 

1499 Jane Amelia,'' b. June 25, 1864. 
1^00 Eva Lillian,'' b. April 16, 1867. 

709 

DoRASTUS Guild6 {JoJui,^ Datt,^ Josiah,^ John^ jfohn^), son of 
John and Hepsibah (Graves) Guild, born at Bath, N. H., Jan. 18, 
1792, married Annie Haskins, who died at the age of eighty. After 
his father married a second wife he left home and never heard from 
his folks afterwards. He lived some years at Hume, Alleghany Co., 
N. Y., moving to Venango County, Pa., in 1848, and has been engaged 
in farming and lumbering. Mr. Guild is a small man of wonderful 
strength and vitality. He has never used spirits or tobacco, and has 
always enjoyed excellent health, has been a member of the Methodist 
church over sixty years, and is now living at Cherry Tree Township, 
Pa. (P. O,, Titusville.) His four daughters are dead. 



164 . GUILD GENEALOGY. 



Children 



1505 Rufus Haskins," resides at Sugar Run, Warren Co., Pa. 

1506 Roinanzo Dorastus," resides at Diamond, Venango Co., Pa. 

1507 James Orvill,^ b. Ilume, N. Y. ; m. Titusville, Pa., 1S51. Mary Foster of 

Huntington, Pa. Mr. Guild is a farmer at Westfield, N. Y. ; has been 
school and corporation trustee. Children : (150S) J. Alhe^ m. Mr. E. 
A. Pierce, of Westfield. (1509) Wdtiugton Preston *\). Titusville, Pa,, 
1854; m. Sept., 18S6, Clara J., daughter of John J. Prendergast, of 
Ripley, N. Y. He is a coal operator, residing at Columbus, Ohio. 
Child: {I'^io) Fannie Alorris.^ [I'^ii) Frank.^ {1^12) Annie fi (1513) 
Belle.^ 

1514 Preston Merrit." b. June 17, 1833; m. Erie City, Pa., Dec. i, 1S64, Her- 
iies Timma, daughter of Daniel Hill. He followed the occupation of 
lumbering and rafting several years on the Alleghany and Ohio rivers; 
was in Kansas during the vear 1S57; returned and engaged in drilling for 
oil. He enlisted Sept., 1861, in Comjjany K, 57th Pa. Vols. ; served 
through the Peninsular Campaign, took part in the battles of second Bull 
Run and Chantilly, and was wounded in the right arm at Chancellors- 
ville. May 3, 1863. He is now engaged in business at Titusville, Pa. 
Children: (1515) Mary Elhi^ b. 1866; (1516) William Preston,^ b. 1873. 

1517 Casper Lionel," resides at Titusville, Pa. 



719 

Dan Guild^ {Thomas ^^ Dan, "^ Josiah^ yohn,^ yo/in^)^ son of Thomas 
and Keziah (Forristall) Guild, born at Coventry, Vt., 1816, married 
SoPHRONiA LiNDSEY SiAS. Mr. Guild is a farmer at Northfield, Vt. 

Children : 

1518 Cemira Ella, 7 b. Nov. 25, 1S33; m. Oct. 6, 1856, John Lock, son of John 

P. and Emily (White) Lord. He was born at Orange. Vt., March 27, 
1834; resides at Orange. Children: fi) Tkeron Arthur, b. May 16, 
1859; (2) Leon Bertie, b. April iS, 1861 ; (3) Fred Ernest, b. October 27, 
1863; (4) Jane Sophronia, b. Oct. 10, 1S65. 

1519 Luthera,' d. ; m. William Peabody of Barre, Vt., has (i) Dell, (2) 

Mabel. 

1520 Jane," resides at Montpelier, Vt., unmarried. 

-[-1521 Xcwton JoseiDh,' b. Nov. 4, 1843; "^- Carrie Fairbanks. 
1522 Keziah Forristall,' b. Oct. 10, 1S45; m. Feb. 24, 1867, Raymond Porter, 
son of John Proctor and Emily (White) Lord. He was born at Orange, 
Vt., Mar. 5, 1843. Mr. Lord is a manufacturer of lumber, member of 
the Congregational church and Superintendent of the Sunday-school at 
Orange, Vt. Children: (i) A^ettie Emily, b. Jan. 30, 186S; (2) Javies 
While, b. >L-iy 11, 1871; (3) Luther Raymond, b. Aug. 21, 1874; (4) Lia- 
zie Ellen, b. Jan. 27, 1878 ; (5) Dan Guild, b. Sept. 5, 1883. 

-f-1523 Luther,'' b. Feb. 28, 1848; m. Constance L. Lord. 



720 

Job Guild' [Thomas,^ Dan* yosiah,^ John^ yo/in'^), son of Thomas 
and Keziah (Forristall) Guild, born at Coventry, Vt., Feb. 4, 1819, 
married Dec. 9, 1840, Zeruiah Berry, daughter of Winslowand Mary 
(Baldwin) Berry. She was born July 25, 1819. Mr. Guild is a farmer 
at Barton Landing, Vt. 



POSTERITY OF JOHN GUILD OF DEDHAM. 165 

Children born at Coventry : 

+ 1524 Winslow BerryJ b. Aug. i, 1844; m. Flora A. Wells. 

1525 AthalindaJ b. June 11, 1846; d. Jan. 14, 1S61. 

+ 1526 Philander^ b. Feb. 18, 1848; m. Lucy A. Wilson. 

1527 Ralph,' b. July 4, 1855; m. Clara Adams, resides at Dover, Kansas. 



721 

Ezra Guild^ {Thomas^ Dan,* Josiah,^ yohn,^ ^ohfi^), son of Thos. 
and Keziah (Forristall) Guild, born at Coventry, Vt., June 27, 182 1, 
married first, Oct. 11, 1842, Mary Jane Black, daughter of Timothy 
and Betsey (Hatten) Black. She was born at Westminster, Vt., Feb. 
4, 1826, and died Oct. 12, 1863. Married second, April 26, 1864, 
Mary V. Fuller, who was born at Jay, Me., June 20, 1827, and died 
Sept. I, 1885. Mr. Guild is a farmer at Coventry, has been selectman 
seven years, and has held other town offices. 

Children by Mary J. Black : 

1528 Eugene Wallace,' b. Aug. 27, 1844; enlisted in Co. H, isth Vermont reg- 

iment, for nine months, returned and died Dec, 1863, of disease con- 
tracted in the army. 

1529 Jannette Elizabeth," b. July 27, 1846; m. Sept. 26, 1867, James H. Cruff. 

He was born at Thompson, Conn., Feb. 12, 1842, is a real estate and 
insurance broker, and resides at Roxbury, Mass. Children : (i) Fred E., 
b. at Thompson, Aug. 11, 1869; (2) Arthur N.,\>. at Boston, June 11, 
1872. 

1530 Clara Josephine,' b. July 29, 1S49; "". Sept. 25, 1870, Smith, resides at 

Roxbury. Child : (i) Mabel Gertrude, b. at East Boston, June 10, 1873. 

1531 Ella Viola,' b. Nov. n, 1852; m. Cruff. 

1532 Lilla Victoria,' b. Oct. 27. 1856; m. Aug. i. 1883, George, son of Thomas 

and Mary (Chesney) Newton of North Creake, Eng. He is a farmer at 
Coventry. 

Children by Mary V. Fuller : 

1533 Mamie Joanna,' b. Mar. 27, 1866. 

1534 Thomas Ezra,' b. Mar. 16, 1868. 



Sebenti) (Knieratiou. 

723 

Gerry Guilds'' (Silas,^ Sajnuel^ Samuel,* Samuel^ Samuel^ yohtO), 
son of Silas and Susanna (Walker) Guilds, born at Pittsfield, Mass., 
March 5, 1812, married Jane Homer of Boston, who was born May 
15, 1815. Mr. Guilds was a successful merchant at Pittsfield and ac- 
cumulated property valued at $80,000. Not having had the advanta- 
ges of an education himself, he was desirous that his children should 
have all the privileges possible, and each had music, art, and whatever 
they enjoyed. He was a quiet man with gentlemanly instincts, and 
enjoyed his home and children. He died March 18, 1872. 



166 GUILD GENEx\.LOGY. 

Children born at Pittsfield : 

1535 Caroline Gardner,^ b. Oct. 6, 1835; ™- Sept. 6, 1854, Seth Frink, and 

resides at St. Louis, iMo. Children: (i) Nellie, d., aged 8 years; (2) 
Alice, m. Charles Woodson J5ates of St. Louis, "child, (I) AUtlte; (3) 
Bertha; (4) Caroline. 

1536 Mary Jane,** b. June 18, 183S; m. April 25, 1858, Harvey Russell, and 

resides at Milwaukee, Wis. Children: (i) Belle, d. young; (2) George 
Harvey, b. Nov. 3, 1S66. 

1537 Sarah Frances,^ b. Sept. 15, 1840; m. May 25, 1859. Henry W. Holden. 

1538 George Gerry,"* b. Mar. 27, 1S46; d. Mar. 16, 1847. 

1539 Frank Gerry,** b. July 21, 1S51 ; m. Sept. 10, 1873, Sarah Alice, daughter 

of Lldward and Mary (Jones) Phillips of Westfield. Mr. Guilds is en- 
gaged in the business of general transportation and sale of ice at Pitts- 
field, Mass. Children : 

(1540) Bessie Alice,' b. July 4, 1874; d. Dec. 8, 1879. 

(1541) George Homer,' b. April 29, 1876. 

(1542) Mary Alice,' b. Feb. 4, 18S0. 
{1543) Edward Gerry,' b. July iS, 1884.. 



734 

Silas Brewster Guile^ (Samuc/,^ Samue/,^ Samuel,'' Samuel,* Sam- 
iiel^ jfohn^)., son of Samuel and Hannah (Coleman) Guile, born June 
I, 1809, married first, Catherine Chase; married second, Polly W. 
Tyler. He was a tanner at Harford, Penn., and died there 1887. 

Children by Catherine Chase : 

1544 Melissa J.,^ b. Oct. 14, 1831 ; m. Mar. 19. 1856, J. N. Wilson, and had (i) 

Edgar A., b. Feb. 23, 1S57, d. Aug. 8, 1858; (2) Arthur J., b. Jan. 8, 
i860; (3) Charles A*., b. Feb. i, 1S68. 

1545 Sarah C," b. July 28, 1834; d. Jan. 27, 1879; ni- Nov. 7, 1852, Charles H. 

Miller. Children: (i) Catharine; (2) Edward W., b. Dec. i, 1855. "*• 
Feb. 26, 1878, Mary J. Osborn; children, (I) Jiov IVinslow, [11] Mabel 
Fanny, (111) Harry Edward, (IV) Fred O. (3) Nellie; (4) Fanme. 

1546 Winslow Hoynton,** b. April 5, 1841 ; m. Oct. 15, 1861, H.Amelia Ed- 

wards. Mr. Guild is a tanner at Harford, Pa. Child: 
(1547) Jennie Louisa,' b. May 8, 1862. 



744 

Manorris Guild'' {Fdix^ Samuel^ ycremiah^ Samuel^ Samuel,^ 
jfolui^) son of Felix and Lydia (Day) Guild, born at Freedom, N.Y., 
, married Mary Ann Tekry, widow of Jeremiah Burris. He 
was a farmer at Locke, Cayuga Co., N. Y., and died there Feb. 28, 
1848.  

Children : 

-1-1548 Loring,^ b. Feb. 13, 1818; m. Parmelia Butts. 

+ 1549 Seymour,* b. May 25, 1819; m. Susan M. Price. 

-I-1550 Alonzo,** b. Jan. 20, 1824; m. Olive Greenfield. 

1551 Harriet," died; m. Chester Polrick. 



POSTERITY OF JOHN GUILD OF DEDHAM. 167 

746 

Ashley Guild^ {Felix,'' Samuel,^ yercmiah* Safnicd^ Samuel^ 
jfohn^)^ son of Felix and Lydia (Day) Guild, born at Freedom, N. Y., 
about 1797, married first, Nancy King, daughter of Caleb and Dor- 
cas (Jones) King of Locke, N. Y. She was born in 1793- He mar- 
ried second, Lucinda Hill. He was a farmer at Chatham, Tioga 
Co., Pa., and died there April 28, 1877. He had four children by 
the first wife and eight by the second. 

Children by Nancy King : 

1552 Rosetta,^ b. Locke, N. Y., Dec. 19, 1818; m. Abel J. Gregory, who is a 

farmer at Sabinsville, Pa. Children: (i) Lester D., b. Perry, N. Y., 
March 20, 1840; (2) Livingston B., b. Feb. 19, 1843; (t,) Abel A., b. 
May 19, 1853; (4) Amelia M., b. Hornellsville, March 20, 1861. 

1553 Norris,^ m. Jane Fisher. He is a farmer at Sabinsville, Pa. Children : 

(1554) Luvina? b. Sept. 7, 1875; (1555) William? b. 1878; (1556) 
Livingston? b. 18S1 ; (1557) Lester? b. 1881 ; (1558) Emma? b. Dec. 25, 
1885, 
-J-I5S9 Squire,^ b. July 25, 1824; m. 1st, Samantha Bancroft ; 2d, Jerusha Doan; 
3d, Amanda ^L More. 
1560 Schuyler, 8 d. Hornellsville, Pa.; m. ist, Catherine Lane; 2d, Mary Cole. 
He was a farmer at Hornellsville. Children: (1561) Mary? (1562) 
James? resides at Sabinsville, Pa., (1563) Lusanna? (1564) Florence.'^ 

Children by Lucinda Hill : 

+ 1565 Aaron Wilson,^ b. Feb. 27, 1S31 ; m. Mary M. Sensaburgh. 

-j-1566 Emerson,^ b. Jan, 28, 1835; m. Loretta Miller. 

1567 Charles.* 

1568 Alvin.^ 

747 

Thomas Qi\5\\j:^ {Felix ^ Samuel.^ Jeretniah^ Samuel^ Sainuel^ yo/in^), 
son of Felix and Lydia (Day) Guild, born at Freedom, N. Y., 
married first Eliza Branch ; married second, Eunice Skinner. 

Children by Eliza Branch : 

1573 Francis Goodrich,* m. Harriet Vanbugar of Madison, Wis. Mr. Guild 
is an auctioneer at Nevada City, Cal. ; has been postmaster five years. 
Children : (1574) Charles J.? (1575) Edward Z.? (i S7 6) FranJk T.? 
{1577) Birtrand? (1578) Frederick? (1579) Mamie? 

1580 Ziba Branch,* m. Aug., 18155, Mary Jones, daughter of John Knowlton and 
Jane (Tucker) Hale of Portland, Me. She was born at Eastport, Me., 
Jan. 12, 1830, and died at Wyandotte, Kan., Feb. 28, 1873. ^^''- Guild 
is a physician at Hornellsville, N. Y. Children: (1581) Jennie Thurs- 
ton? b. Hornellsville, May 28, 1857; (1582) Frederick Branch? b. Dec. 
8, i860, d. Bradford, Pa., Oct. 28, 1881. 

1583 Jane.* 

1584 Huldah.8 

Children by Eunice Skinner : 

1585 Henry Melvin,* b. Dec. 16, 1838. He was a thimble manufacturer at 

Woodbury, N. J. ; is now located at Pittsburgh, Pa. 

1586 Clarissa.s b. June 4, 1840; d. Hume, N. Y., Nov. 15, 1868. 



1G8 GUILD GENEALOGY. 

754 

Standish Guild^ {Fclix^^ Sajuncl^ ycraniah,* StJmuc/,^ Sd»iucl^^ 
yo/in^), son of Felix and Lydia (Day) Guild, born at Freedom, N. Y., 
Feb. 25, 1809, married in 1840, Elsie Abbott, daughter of Israel and 
(Lane) Abbott. She was born in 1825, and died at Sandusky, 
Ohio, Sept. 29, 1868. He was a musician and farmer at Freedom, 
N. Y., and died there Nov. 25, 1862. 

Children : 

15S7 William Henry,^ b. Farmersville, X. Y., May 8, 1841 ; m. .May 9, 1867, 
Ann Pennelia, daughter of Alonzo and Electa (Gary) Farwell. She was 
born at Rushford, N. Y., July 27, 1S43. ^^''- Guild is a hotel proijrietor 
at Friendship, N. Y. Children : (15SS) Miutiie Elsie.^ b. Feb. 22, 1S68; 
d. June 3, 1S68. (1589) Frank Albert,^ b. Yorkshire, N. Y., May 30, 
1871. 

1590 George .Standish,** b. Aug. 17, 1844; resides at .Springfield, Erie Co., N.Y. 

1591 Elsie Ann,^ b. Sept. 8, 1S46; m. Farrand; resides at Franklinville, N.Y. 

1592 Margaret Elvira,^ b. April 21, 1S51 ; m. Swan; resides at Washington, 

D. C. 

1593 Charles Spencer ,8 b. Aug. 9, 1854; d. April 6, 1884. 

1594 Timothy Franklin,^ b. Oct. 2r, 1856; resides at Arcade, N. Y. 

1595 James Hanford,** b. Oct. 5, 1859; resides at Hume, N. Y. 

1596 Nellie Hannah,** b. April II, 1863; m. Woodruff; resides at P'ranklin- 

ville, N. Y. 

764 

George GuiLD^ {yere7niah^ Samuel,^ yeremiah* Samuel,^ Samuel^ 
yohn^), son of Jeremiah and Martha (May) Guild, born at Hartford, 
Conn., June 9, 18 12, married at Dublin, Ohio, April 8, 1838, S.vr.-\h 
Hull, daughter of Daniel and Sarah (Winegar) Hull. She was born 
at Petersburg, Ohio, May 7, 1819. He was bound out to a farmer, 
but on account of ill treatment ran away and became apprenticed to 
a saddle-tree maker at Cincinnati. In 1836 he moved to Wayne Co., 
Ind., and here experienced religion and devoted all his leisure time 
for two years to the study of theology. In 1838 he was licensed by 
the M. E. church to preach, and in 1840 was ordained and given a 
circuit embracing five counties. In 1872, having been in active ser- 
vice forty years, he was superannuated. He died at Medaryville, Ind., 
Nov. 29, 1886. 

Children : 

1597 Charles Lewis,^ b. Aug. 14, 1S40 ; enlisted in the 9th Indiana regiment 

volunteers, and was killed at the Hittle of Shiloh, April 7, 1862. 

1598 Martha Celia,* b. Dec. 12, 1842; d. Jan. 14, 1858. 

1599 Emily Amelia,* b. April 20, 1S46; d. Oct. i, 1846. 

1600 George Stallard,' b. Jan. 16, 1848. 

i6oi John Hull,** b. Feb. 5, 1S50; d. Mar. 27, 1851. 

1602 James Rodgers,** b. Sept. 17, 1852. 

1603 Thom.is Morris,^ b. June 29, 1854; m. Feb. 22, 1S74, Sarah, daughter of 

Colcmsn Brown. She was born Oct. 25, 1S54. Mr. Guild is a clergy- 
man of the .M. E. church at Hagerstown, Ind. 

1604 Daniel Hull,** b. May 28, i86o. 

1605 Jeremiah,* b. April 10, 1S62 ; d. Mar. 10, 1875. 



POSTERITY OF JOHN GUILD OP DEDHAM. 169 

769 

Charles Guild^ {ycrcmiah,^ Samuel,^ yercmiah,' Samuel^ Sa^mieL^ 
John ) son of Jeremiah and Martha fMay) Guild, born at Weathers- 
held, Conn., Dec. i6, 1816, married at Camden, Ohio, Mar. 2^ 184:: 
LuciNDA Webb, daughter of Jacob and Nancy (Mattock) Webb of 
Camden. She was born Feb. 4, 1826. Mr. Guild is a man of ex- 
tended mformation, energetic in all his undertakings, and possessed 
of fine social qualities; in politics was a zealous Republican until the 
last few years, when he espoused the cause of the Prohibition party, 
has been a Councilman and Mayor of Camden, is a member of the 
Presbyterian church, a fine musician, having given much attention to 
the violin and vocal music. He is by trade a carriage maker, and 
besides at Camden, Ohio. 

Children : 

1606 Ellen.s b Feb. 29, 1S44; m. Oct. 29, 1867, John Alexander, son of Will- 

,amandLlv,ra (Mitchell) Whiteside. He was born at Camden Feb 

f;d ni'^ni^ h"' '"^ ^'^^'^ ^''""^^ ^°"^g^' ^"d is a fine vocalist 
S?,n/n^ r Tr u^^t'^''^'' "1 "'^ ^^^"""^ the Rebellion; is now 

Supt. of the Craig Polished Iron and Steel Works at Camden. Children- 
{^) Isaac Reverdvh. at Washington, Mo., Oct. 6, 186S; ^2) Fredcrl'k 
Albert, b. at Camden, Aug. 19, 1S70 ' > V-; rreacricR 

1607 Jacob Henry.sb. Jan. 23, 1847. He is an undertaker at ?^ew Paris O • 
Tr.r, r^l ^'^fK^^^^^l <^6°9) Walter,^ (1610) Erne.t:^ (x6ii) ^4% ' ^" 

''- "^ meni Sliberty!'l'nd"' '''^ '' ^"^^^^^ "^ "^^ ^'^ ^^ '"-'-• '"-- 

771 

Hermon Guild^ {Thnothy,^ yeremiah,^ yeremmh,^ Samuel,' SamueL^ 
yohn ), son of 1 imothy and Parna (Plumb) Guild, born at Middletown, 
Conn., July 15, 1S02, married Oct. 2, 1822, Abigail Polly, of Mallorv- 
town, Ont, who was born July 15, 1805. He died at Folester, MidR., 
x*eD. 2^5 1881. 

Children born at Mallorytown : 

1613 LouisaBb. June 9. 1823; m. John Hawes. Children: {^) Newman (-» 

+ 1615 Gorman Polly.s b. Aug. 23, 1827; m. Laura A. Rittis. 

1616 Anms,8 b. Sept. 24, 1829; m. Joseph B. Mallorv. 

1617 Alvira.^b. Feb. 12. 1S32 ; m. March 21, 1850. Perry Kenyon- resides at 

Freeport, 111. Children: (i) //e„n' AI., h. Nov. 2, 18511(2) Emma E 

t^tS a v.- -f k u '^t »' ^5* Charles F., b. June 25, 1868. ' 

1618 Abigail," b. Nov. 10, 1834; m. Alva Kelly. Children: (i) Newman (2) 

162., Nc,v,,,a,,,> b July ,7, ,844; m. N.,„cy Reed. Cbild : (,624) &,™ ff9 

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170 GUILD GENEALOGY. 



779 



JlTLius Guild'' {TimotJi)\^ jfercfniah^ yerc7niah^^ Samuel^ Samuel,^ 
yohn^)^ son of Timothy and Parna (Plumb) Guild, born in Middle- 
town, Conn., July 26, 180G, married Margaret Mallorv, of Mallory- 
town, Ont. He died July 28, 1884. 

Children : 

1628 Everitts,^ m. Rebecca Wilson. They moved to Michigan. Children : 

(1629) Maryjdne,^ (1630) M-.itilda? (1631) Ellen? 
1632 Price,* m. Abigail Anger ; moved to Micihgan. Children: {1633) i'ara^,' 

(1634) jHlim? {^(^li) Ph^be? 
1636 Timothy,** b. 1S35 ; m. Mary A. Gosnell. He is a farmer at Brockville, Ont. 

(P. O., Guilds.) Children: (1637) Clara? b. 1858; m. William Purvis. 

Children : (i) George, (2) Effie Maud. (1638) Sarah Caroline^ m. Hiram 
. Mallory, who died. Child: (i) Lottie L. (1639) Joseph A'oi'well,'^ m. 

Libbie 'Purvis. (i6\o) William f/enry? (iG.\i) Julius EJ'U'in^^ h. 1865; 

is employed in a wholesale coffee house at Kansas City, Mo. C'642) 

James IVesley? ( 1643) Z^r^v/ Roy? 

1644 Amy," m. Sherwood Avery. 

1645 JameSj^j-n. Ellen Gosnell. He resides at Guilds P.O., Ont. Children :(i646) 

Geor{e,^ (1647) Emma? (164S) Juliits Erank'^ (1649) Clarence? 

1650 Julius,^ m. 1st, Martha Hewing, who died. He moved to Michigan; served 

in the army; married 2d, 18S4, ; resides at West Plains, Mead Co., 

Kansas. 

1651 Albert,** m. Julia Benjamin; moved to Michigan; had two children. 

1654 Margaret,** m. Dec. 10, 1873, John William Stewart; resides at So. Still- 

water, Minn. Child : (i) George. 

780 

Jarvis Guild^ {Timothy,^ ycrcviiah^^ ycrcmiah,^ Samuel^ Samuel^ 
yoh/i^), son of Timothy and Parna (Plumb) Guild, born at Milton, 
Conn., Dec. 2, 1S08, married Oct. 24, 1827, Abc Andress. He was a 
farmer at Mallorytown, Ont., and died there May 10, 18S6. 

Children : 

1655 Collins,' b. March 17, 182S; resides at Mallorytown; unmarried. 

1656 Clara,* b. March 27, 1829. 

-4-1657 Alban Plumb,^ b. Dec. 22, 1831 ; m. Sarah Flagg. 
-J-165S William Andress,* b. Oct. 2. 1833; m. Laura Monfort. 

1659 Parna Plumlj,** b. Jan. 2, 1835; m. August, 1854, Wilson Root. He is a 

farmer, and liberal in politics, at .Mallorytown, Ont. Children: (i) 
Sarah EUIeen, b. Mar. 18, 1855, d. Jan. 11, 1S75; (2) James Al/'an, b. 
Jan. 24. 1857; (3) Everett William, b. April 5, 1859; (4) Wilson Alse, b. 
Nov. 26, 1S60; (5) Geori^e Henry, b. Aug. 22, 1864; (6) Halhut Herbert, 
b. Aug. 29, i866; (7) Carrie Lovini, b. Oct. 23, 1S69; (8) Etta Lorana, 
b. April 6, 1870, d. Auii;. 27, 1873; (9) Adna J., b. April 6, 1877; ('O) 
Annabell, b. Dec. 10, 1879. 

1660 Susan Miranda,* b. Oct. 22, 1S37; m., 1856, George W. Dowsley. He 

was born at Peterborough, Ont., Mar. 8, 1821, is a carpenter, conserva- 
tive, and a member of the M. K. church at Mallorytown. Children : (i) 
Emily Margaret, b. Aug. 27, 1859, m. , Jason Clark Caldwell. He 

is a stone mason at Mallorytown; child, (I) Chester Clark. (2) Charles 
William, b. June 21, 1862; (3) Elizabeth, b. Nov. 22, 1S64; (4) Thomas 
Sherman, h- Apr. i6, 1871; (5) Maryeite B., b. Jan. 12, 1877. 

1661 Whitcomb,* b. Sept. 21, 1840; d. Mar. 27, 1841. 



POSTERITY OF JOHN GUILD OF DEDHAM. 171 

1662 Lovinia Almeda,B b Dec. 5, 1841. d. July 14, 1884 ; m., 1863, James Scott. 

He 's a farmer, liberal, and a member of the M. E. church at Mallory.- 
town. Child: (r) Gideon Guilds, b. Feb. 2, 187^ 

1663 Alzina,^ b Mar. 5. 1843, d. April 17, 1835; m. Oct-" 29, 1S77, Richard Ad- 

ams. He IS a farmer at Mallorytowu. Children: (i) Leah Eveline, b. 
Tfi^ J^'-'^K^C '^^-' "^ ^'■'^^^^^^ William, b. April 10, 18S5. 
^r Wilson,8 b. June 16, 1846; d. March 27, 1848. 

1665 Marilda Frances,^ b Nov. 2, 1848; m., 1873. Frederick James Lee. He 

IS a conductor on the Union Pacific R. R. 

797 

c ^''^'? Dickinson Guild^ iAIban,' ycremiah,^ ycrcmiaK Samuel,^ 
^amue/,' yohn\ son of Alban and Roxanna (Dickinson) Gaild, born 
at Milton,Conn., Aug. 19, 1808, married first, Dec. 24, 1834, Eunice 
IHOMAS, who died April 30, 1849; married second, Nov. n, i8c:o 
bARAH Strong, who was born March 29, 1828. He died Tulv ^i' 
1885. ■> J o f 

- Child by Eunice Thomas : 

1666 Wilber,8 b. Mar 7, 1844; m. Sept. 19. 1869, Jennette I. Ketchen. She 

TfiLr^^ ^'" fV \S5^- Children: (1667) Eunice,^ {166S) Freder^ci,^ 
(1009) Mtnme,^ (1670) Robert.^ ' 

Child by Sarah Strong : 

167 1 Orlo Strong,8 b. Dec. 25, 1852. 

1672 James Lawrence, » b. Nov. 3, 1855 

1673 Ella Lorinda,** b. Jan. 29, 1859. 

1674 Charles Landon,8 b. Sept. 6, 1861. 

808 

Edwin Guild^ {Everitt,' yereniiah,' ycraniaK' Samuel^ Samuer- 
John ; son of Eventt and Hannah (Perkins) Guild, born at Walton, 
N. ^:, Sept. 6, 1822, married May 17, 1849, Harriet More, daugh- 
M V ^'"''•f ^"d Elizabeth (Gold) More, who was born at Roxbury, 
^. Y., April 24, 1829. He was a merchant at Walton N. Y and 

Walton'. ' '''''' ''■ '^•' ■"'"' ^°' "*'♦• "'^ wido'w resides al 

Children : 

1675 William.8 b. Jan. 3, 1S52; d. June 20, 181:5. 
167b Frank S.,8 b. Feb. 20, 1S57; d. Sept. 16, 1S60. 
1677 Charles Truman,» b. Jan. 2, 1868. 

809 

Truman Guild^ {Everitt,^ yeremiah,^ yeremiah* Samuel,' Samuel'^ 
yohu ) son of Eventt and Hannah (Perkins) Guild, born at Walton, 
W. \ Sept I, 1825 married Sept. 5, 1849, Elizabeth M. Keen, 
daughter of George M. and Matilda (Cybolt) Keen. Mr. Guild is a 
druggist and member of the Congregationalist church, and served as 
town trustee at Walton, N. Y. > u d» 



172 GUILD GENEALOGY. 

Children : 

+ 1678 George Everett,® b. Nov. 9. 1S50; in. Mary L. Clark. 

1679 ''Spencer Keen,*' b. Feb. 29, 1S52; d. Aug. 17, 1856. 

1680 Fannie .Maria," b. Dec. 23, 1854; m. Herbert J. Twaddell. He is engaged 

in lumbering at East Branch, Delaware Co., IV. Y. Children : (i) Hat- 
tie Guild, b. Aug. 22, 1883, d. May 6, 1884; (2) Ralph 7\, b. March 
23, 1S85; (3) Hoioard J., b. Oct. 19, 1886. 

16S1 Edwin Lawrence,'"* b. April 17, 1856; m. .May 14, 1S84, Julia E. Ogden. 
He is a druggist at Walton, N. Y. Child : (16S2) Ediui Stnith;-> b. Nov. 
26, 18S5. 

16S3 Frederick Ira,'' b. April 13, 1S56; d. May 24, 1856. 

1684 Harriet Emily,^ b. March 13, i860; m. Aug. 22, 1883, Henry C. Tobey. 
He is a currier at Walton, N. Y. Children: (i) Anna Guild, b. May 25, 
18S4; (2j Martha Bird, b. May 5, 1S86. 



810 

Marshall Guild'' {Everitt^ yeremiah^ yeremiah^^ Samuel^ Satnud^ 
yo/iH^), son of Everitt and Hannah (Perkins), Guild, born at Walton, 
N. Y., Jan. 27, 1829, married Oct. 31, 1855, Sophlv E. Beach, daugh- 
ter of Gordon and Polly S. (St. John) Beach. She was born at Sidney, 
N. Y., May 31, 1837. Mr. Guild is a carpenter at Walton, N. Y. 

Children : 

1685 Gordon £.,» b. Aug. 9, 1S57; d. March i, 1858. 

1 686 Ernest L.,** b. Nov. 4, 1860. 
16S7 John E.,^ b. Oct. 23, 1863. 

1688 Frank M.,^ b. Nov. 21, 1S66. 

830 

Alfred Truman Guild'' {Truman,^ yeraniaJi,^ yeremin/i* Samuel,^ 
Samuel,^ yo/in^), son of Truman and Lamira (Catlin) Guild, born at 
W^arren, Conn., June 26, 1849, married May 12, 1872, Emilv Berxette 
Smith, daughter of Roswell and Sina Smith. She was born at Bur- 
lington, Conn., Aug. 30, 1840. Mr. Guild is a carpenter at East 
Cornwall, Conn. 

Children : 

1689 Charles Jeremiah,® b. March 22, 1873. 

1690 Mary Maud,^ b. April 14, 1877. 

836 

Charles Guild'' {Hcrmon,^ Nathaniel,^ Autthanid,^ Nathatiid,^ Sam- 
uel^^ yolui^)^ son of Hermon and Margaret (Pettee) Guild, born at 
Walpole, Mass., July 18, 1805, married first, March 3, 1832, Adeline 
Nason, daughter of Samuel and Fanny (Mann) Nason. She was 
born at Walpole, Dec. 23, 1806, and died August 5, 1S55 ; married 
second, Dec. 2, 1858, Mary Polleys. Mr. Guild was a farmer at 
Walpole, Mass., and died there August 27, 1887. 



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Children : 

1691 Frances Adeline,^ b. March 10, 1833. 

1692 Charles Stewart,** b. March 30, 1.S36; m. Oct. 6. 1863, Sarah Eliza Ogden. 

He is a farmer at Walpole. Child: (1693) Walter Stewart^ \). Sept. 2, 
1864. 

842 

James Guild'' {Samtcel,^ Nathaniel,^ Nathaniel,^ Natha7iiel^ Samjid^ 
yohii^)^ son of Samuel and Sarah (Mears) Guild, born at Roxbury, 
Mass., July 12, 181 1, married first, Sept. 15, 1842, Sophia B., daughter 
of Isaac and Eliza (Billings) Child. She was born August 11, 1822, 
a lady of uncommon amiability and loveliness of character, who died 
Dec. 2, 1857. He married second, June i, 1859, Annie E., daughter 
of Jeremiah Gore. She was born at Portland, Me., Jan. i, 1826, and 
died June 4, 1868. He married third, Sept. 2, 1870, Caroline Snow- 
den Whitmarsh. His education was acquired at the " Free School 
at Roxburie," an ancient endowed institution which is now known as 
the Roxbury Latin School, and he was one of the trustees of the 
property left for its support. He learned the leather business, and with 
his brother Samuel succeeded his father in the establishment long 
occupied by him, and previously by his grandfather and great-grand- 
father. Here they continued for several years until the firm was dis- 
solved by the death of his brother, soon after which he relinquished 
the business to a younger brother, Frederick. Upon the organization 
of the Norfolk Guards in 1838, he was elected second lieutenant, and 
subsequently became commander of the corps. Mr. Guild was for 
many years one of the directors of the People's National Bank, of 
Roxbury, at one time its president, and also president of the Roxbury 
Gas Light Co. He possessed refined and cultivated tastes, which 
had been improved by travel at home and abroad. Up to the time of 
his death, which occurred May 3, 1887, he was a reliable supporter 
of the Unitarian society, and held in the highest esteem. No chil- 
dren. ^See portrait.) 



847 

Henry Guild'' (Samuel,^ Nathaniel,^ Nathaniel^ Nathaniel^ Samuel^ 
yolni^)^ son of Samuel and Sarah (Mears) Guild, born at Roxbury, 
Mass., January 13, 1824. His education was pursued at the public 
schools at Roxbury, supplemented by a course at the Chauncy Hall 
School of Boston. He entered the counting-house of B. C. Clark & 
Co., on Commercial wharf, one of the largest firms engaged in the 
West India trade. Here he acquired that thorough knowledge of 
business which enabled him to successfully conduct an extensive trade 
of his own for many years, and in which he accumulated a handsome 
property. He withdrew from the business several years ago, and en- 
gaged in the care and management of his own property and as confi- 
dential agent in the care of other estates. At the time of his decease, 



174 GUILD GENEALOGY. 

July 27, 1SS6, and for several years previous, he was president of the 
People's National Bank, at Roxbury. He possessed a genial disposi- 
tion, had many friends, and was universally esteemed. Unmarried. 
{See portrait?) 

848 

Frederick Guild'' {Samuel^ Nathaniel^ Nathaniel* Nathaniel^ Sam- 
uel^ yohn^)^ son of Samuel and Sarah (Mears) Guild, born at Rox- 
bury, Mass., Feb. 2, 1826, married Oct. 3, 1850, Sarah Woodward 
daughter of John and Sarah (Winchester) Woodward of Brookline. 
Mr. Guild succeeded his brother James in the leather business at 
Boston, forming a partnership under the firm name of Guild, White 
& Co. He has now retired from active business, and resides at Hing- 
ham, Mass. 

Children : 

1694 Frederick,^ b. Nov. 25, 1851. He is a clerk at Boston. 

1695 Elizabeth Woodward/ b. Dec. 2, 1852; m. Oct. 28, 1S74, Peter B. Bradley. 

1696 Samuel,^ b. Sept. 16. 1861; is an artist at Boston. 

1697 James,8 b. Dec. 7, 1865; d. Aug. 9, 1877. 

852 

Chester Guild^ {Chester,^ A^at/iaiiicl,^ Nathaniel,^ Nathaniel^ Sam- 
ncl^ JohiO-) son of Chester and Harriet (Fiske) Guild, born at Rox- 
bury, Mass., Dec. 13, 1823, married March 9, 1853, Mary Eliza 
SwEETSER, daughter of Thomas W. and Rachel (Cross) Sweetser of 
Salem, Mass. After a primary preparation in a private school, he 
continued his education in the Grammar and Latin High School, of 
Roxbury, until 1838, when he commenced business life in the leather 
store of Chester Guild & Co., located on Blackstone street, in Boston, 
which was the great center of this extensive trade. Here he remained 
in the same building for a period of twenty-three years, and in the 
mean time the firm had become changed by the withdrawal of the junior 
partner, and he being admitted, the firm of Chester Guild i\: Sons was 
formed, which continued for many years with great prosperity. In 1863 
the condition of his health was such as to necessitate a temporary ces- 
sation of the active duties of the business, and he accordingly with- 
drew from the firm. Upon his restoration to health he continued in 
another branch of the leather business, until January, 18S0, when he 
was invited to accept the presidency of tlie Manufacturers' Bank of 
Boston, a position which he still holds. Mr. Guild is universally re- 
spected for his integrity and keen sense of honor, and is a gentleman of 
refined and cultivated taste and manners. He collected a very select, 
though not a large library, the sale of which a few years since attracted 
considerable attention. He is quite a connoisseur in choice engrav- 
ings. Although he has often been solicited to accept political prefer- 
ment, he has persistently declined with the single exception of aiding 
to secure purity of elections, by performing the duties of warden in 
one of the voting precincts of Boston. 



POSTERITY OF JOHN GUILD OF DEDHAM. 175 

Child: 

1698 Chester,^ b, Dec. i, 1S56; m. Oct. 15, 1S84, Annie E., daughter of Will- 
iam W. and Caroline B. (Tirrell) Eastham of Boston. He is a gradu- 
ate of the Boston High School, and is at present a salesman, residing at 
224 Beacon street, Boston. Child : (1699) Cluster^ b. So. Weymouth, 
Mass., Aug. I, 1885. 

853 

Charles Henry Guild'' {Chester^ Nathaniel!!' Nathaniel,* Nathan- 
iel,^ Samuel!^ jfoluO-), son of Chester and Harriet (Fislce) Guild, born 
at Roxbury, Mass., June 11, 1825, married Nov. 21, 1848, Margaret 
Jane Fox, daughter of William and Abigail (Eaton) Fox, of Woburn. 
She was born Jan. 7, 1828. Mr. Guild received his education in the 
public schools of Roxbury, except the last year and a half, when he 
attended the Chauncy Hall School in Boston. From the age of fif- 
teen to twenty-one he was away from home acquiring a practical and 
thorough knowledge of the arts of tanning and currying in all their 
branches. He was then, with his brother Chester, admitted as a mem- 
ber of the firm of Chester Guild & Sons, which firm continued under 
the same style thirty-five years, and discontinued then only under the 
mandate of the Massachusetts law, which forbids general titles in a 
special co-partnership. The business having been very successful, in 
1876 he retired, and has devoted his time to study and the collection 
of rare books. He became a resident of Somerville, Mass., soon 
after its incorporation as a separate municipality, and has served the 
town in various public capacities, having been a member of the board 
of selectmen and school committee, president of the board of trustees 
of the Public Library, and three times elected a representative to the 
State Legislature, serving on several important committees. He has 
also been a trustee in a savings institution, and served several years 
on the parish committee of the Orthodox Congregationalist church ; 
and in all public, religious, educational and patriotic enterprises he 
has been a zealous worker and liberal giver. In the preparation of 
this volume Mr. Guild has taken an active part, and but for- his 
encouragement, kind advice and assistance, the second volume of the 
Guild Family would have been left for some one in future generations 
to prepare. From a personal acquaintance which has ripened into a 
warm friendship, the compiler would testify to his worth as a noble, 
generous man. He may well be proud of an ancestry from which 
such qualities are inherited. 

Children : 

1700 Josephine,® b. March 13, 1852; d. Dec. 9, 1862. 

1701 Theodore,^ b. Dec. 16, 1853; d. Sept. 30, 1854. 

1702 Charles Arthur,^ b. Jan. 3, 1S56; m. Oct. 7, 1880, Abbie Mead, daughter 

of Henry M. and Mary A. (Earle) Moore of East Somerville. He at- 
tended the public schools of Somerville; is now engaged in the manu- 
facture of clothing at Boston. Children : (1703) Arthur Henryf b. Oct. 
25, 1882; (1704) Paul Moore? b. May 15, 1884. 

1705 Edwin Stanley," b. Jan. 5, i86t ; d. Jan. 26, 1862. 

1706 Gertrude,^ b. Jan. 18, 1864; d. Dec. 10, 1878. 

1707 Henry Fox,^ b. Dec. 7, 1867 ; d. March 10, 1869. 



17G GUILD GENEALOGY. 

854 

George Alfred Guild" {Chester,'' Nathaniel^ Nathaniel^^ N'athanicl^ 
Samticl^^ 'Johfi^), son of Chester and Harriet (Hske) Guild, born at 
Roxbury, Mass., Dec. 14, 1826, married Feb. 7, 1859, Harriette 
Emma Rice, daughter of Micajah and Margaret (Barker) Rice. She 
was born at Concord, Mass., Jan. 31, 1837. He attended the public 
schools of Roxbury, and Chauncy Hall School of Boston. He was 
for a long time a resident of Charlestown, where he was engaged 
with his brothers in the manufacture of leather, was a member of the 
Unitarian society and the Masonic fraternity, and was universally 
liked for his genial and kindly traits of character. For several years 
he resided with his family in Paris, France, but the later years of his 
life were passed in New York City, where he died June 12, 1883. His 
widow resides at Cambridge, Mass. 

Children : 

1708 George Alfred.^ b. Charlestown, July i, 1S61 ; d. July 2, 1S61. 

1709 Marguerite Loring,*' 1). Jan. 8, 1S66. 

1710 Dana.^b. April 24, iS6vS. 

1711 Georgette Beatrice,** b. Paris. France, Jan. 8, 1873. 

1712 Harriet Clothilde,'* b. Paris, France, I\iarch 21, 1874: d. Oct. 15, 1877. 

1713 Constance,^ b. Paris, France, Nov. 4, 1875 ! ^- P'liis, France, Feb. i, 1876. 



^•fewsBftii 856 

JosiAH Flske Guild'' {Chestet\^ Nathaniel^ N'at/uiniel* N'athaniel,^ 
SamiicI^^ John^), son of Chester and Harriet (Fiske) Guild, born at 
Roxbury, Mass., May 20, 183 1, married Oct. 9, 1S54, Lucy Walker 
Bradshaw, daughter of Eleazur Edes Bradshaw (name changed from 
E. B. Edes,) and Martha W. Walker, of Charlestown. , He received a 
liberal education and fitted for college; was engaged with his brothers 
in the leather business ; was a member of the Masonic and other fra- 
ternal and social organizations, in which he was highly esteemed; was 
a director of the Monument National Bank of Charlestown for many 
years, and a member of the Charlestown city government and the 
Unitarian Society. He died Dec. 9, 1SS4. 

Children : 

1714 Robert Bradshaw," (name changed from Chester Bradshaw) b. Aug. 17, 
1S55; m. June 16, 18.S1, Alice Augusta, daughter of Charles R. and 
Louisana A. (Blanchard) Gassett. She was born at Boston, May 9. 1857. 
Mr. Guild is boolvkeeper of the Commercial National Bank at Omaha, 
Neb. Children born at Omaha : 

(17 1 5) Robert Gasictt^ b. June 21, 1S83. 

(17 16) Harold? b. June 2, 1SS6. 

1717 Elizabeth Rogers,*' b. Nov. 19, 1859; m. April 10, 1SS2, Milton I. Masson ; 
resides in New York. Child: (i) Clothtlde Beatrice, b. July 18, 1883. 



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POSTERITY OF JOHN GUILD OF DEDHAM. 177 

885 

Curtis Guit.d^ {Curtis,'^ Moses,'^ Moses* Nathaniel^ Samue/,^ yohii^)^ 
son of Curtis and Charlotte L. (Hodges) Guild, born at Boston, Jan. 
13, 1827, married Sept. 22, 1858, Sakah Crocker Cokb, daughter of 
David G. W. and Abby (Crocker) Cobb, of Taunton, Mass. 

It was the early ambition of Mr. Guild, as it was also the design of 
his father, that he should be allowed the advantages of a collegiate 
education at Harvard, where his father had won honorable distinc- 
tion, and his studies in the grammar and high schools were pursued 
with this end in view. But these aspirations were doomed to disap- 
pointment. Entering as a clerk the mercantile house of Barnard, 
Adams & Co., on Commercial Wharf in Boston, with a small salary, 
he devoted his business hours to the interests of his employers, by 
rendering himself thoroughly acquainted with the details of the recep- 
tion and shipping of cargoes of merchandise, and the principles and 
laws of commercial transactions, etc. During the two or three years 
in which he was thus engaged, he also improved his leisure time by 
the cultivation of those literary tastes to which he was more inclined. 
Having made the acquaintance of the late Charles O. Rogers, who 
at the time was employed as chief clerk in the office of the Boston 
Journal, he was engaged to become his assistant, and among other 
duties he was assigned those of writing critiques of the drama and 
reports of public assemblies, especially those of a political or mili- 
tary character. While thus engaged as one of the regular staff of the 
JournaK Mr. Guild became a contributor to the Knickerbocker Maga- 
zine of New York, then in its prime, and to several other literary 
periodicals. 

His abilities for newspaper service becoming recognized, overtures 
were made to him to take the chief-clerkship in the office of the Even- 
ing Traveller, which he accepted, and in 1S56, he was admitted to 
partnership in the firm. The experience which he had now acquired 
enabled him to suggest many improvements in the management of a 
daily paper. Among the original features created by him, was the dis- 
pla3^ed bulletin now to be seen in front of every newspaper office. 
After a connection with the Traveller for some years, Mr. Guild, on 
Jan. I, 1859, founded and began the publication of The Commercial 
Bulletin, as its sole editor and proprietor. In this paper he material- 
ized his ideas of a journal devoted especially to extended and special 
reports of the merchandise markets, the manufacturing interests of 
the country, the record of the business changes and failures through- 
out the United States, insurance and financial news, with other com- 
mercial features then unknown, but now generally adopted. The 
Bulletin at once adapted itself to a desirable circulation, not only in 
New England, but in the West and South; where previously a Boston 
paper had been rarely found. The marked adaptation of the paper 
to supply a conscious want, was at once perceived and acknowledged. 
It became a success, and from time to time has required an increase 
in size, with constantly enlarging editions. 

After some years of close application to the management of the 



178 GUILD GENEALOGY. 

details of the paper, Mr. Guild, in the summer of 1867, left Boston 
for an extended tour in Europe. One result of this voyage was a 
series of sketches in the Bulletin, afterwards published in book form 
under the title of "Over the Ocean." They were exceedingly popular 
in both forms. To this day the book is a recognized standard author- 
ity as a book of travel in Europe, and is used as a text-book in some 
of the larger private schools. This first book was supplemented by a 
companion volume called " Abroad Again," embodying the result of 
his observations made on another tour taken six years later, in 1S73. 

An active man of business, Mr. Guild has not found it possible to 
accept many calls to public offices, but in 1875 and 1876, he served 
as a member of the common council of Boston, and in 1878 was one 
of the aldermen. In both these situations, the same integrity and 
enterprise which characterized his own business affairs, were brought 
to bear, with an ardent love for his native city. As a member of the 
city government he was noted as an advocate of public parks and a 
vigorous defender of the Boston Common, whose destruction was 
repeatedly sought by certain companies and capitalists. 

He was one of the original members of the Commercial Club of 
Boston. For three years he served as its secretary, four years as its 
vice-president, and in 1882 and 1883 as its president. He is also 
president of the Bostonian Society, an association formed for the 
purpose of promoting the study of the history of Boston and the 
preservation of its antiquities, whether in the form of movable arti- 
cles, or those grander monuments, the ancient, historic buildings. 

Curtis Guild is known not only as a polished and vigorous writer, 
but also as a graceful and interesting speaker, as his public orations, his 
farewell address to Charlotte Cushman on the occasion of her retiring 
from the stage, his address at the semi-centennial of the English High 
School, his oration at the centennial celebration in the town of South 
Dedham, and many other efforts in the same line, testify. 

Children : 

1718 Curtis, Jr.,^ b. Feb. 2, i860; was graduated with distinction from Harvard 

College in the Class of 1S81, and was the class orator. Since 18S2, has 
been associated with his father and uncle in the conduct of the Bulletin. 

17 19 Sarah Louisa,'^ b. Aug. 14, 1862. 

1720 Courtcnay,* b. Dec. 6, 1863; graduated from Harvard College in 1886, 

with great credit, and has since entered the employ of a Boston banking 
house. 



897 

Lewis Guild' {Lewis,'' Olii'er,^ A^von,^ Nathaniel^ Samuel^ yohn^)^ 
son of Lewis and Roxa (Morse) Guild, born at Dedham, Mass., Jan. 
3, 1818, married July i, 1838, Ann Frances Miller of Boston. He 
died at Norwood, Mass., Aug. 12, 1887. 



POSTERITY OF JOHN GUILD OF DEDHAM. 179 

Children : 

1721 Angelia Frances,^ b. Feb. 22, 1S39; m. June 25, 1858, Samuel Eldridge of 

Milton, Mass. He died Dec. 7,1879. Children: ( 1) Siir/iue/, h. Mzy, 
1859, d. young; (2) Ehner Ellsworth, b. May, 1861, d. young; (3) Ar- 
thur, b. Jan. 14, 1863; (4) Edith, b. Sept. 14, 1865. 

1722 Caroline Amanda, 8 b. Dec. 28, 1840. 

1723 Lewis Albert,^ b. Dec. 25. 1842; m. May 3, 1S64, Anna M., daughter of 

Major John A. Gould. She was born at VValpole, Mass., Mar. 17, 1847. 
Mr. Guild is a furniture manufacturer at Norwood, Mass. Children 
born at Norwood : 
{1724) Anna Belief b. Oct. 5, 1865 ; m. Jan. 23, 1884, Arthur Lewis Boy- 
den. Child : (i) George Lewis, b. July 16, 1885. 
(1725) Albert Willis? b. Feb. 25, 1867; is a clerk at Boston. 
1726 Clarence Melville,^ b. Feb. 14, 1S45 ; m. Mary Barnes of Philadelphia. 
Child: 
(1727) Lewis Clareftce? 

1728 Mary Elizabeth, 5 b. Sept. 14, 1S46; m. July 15, 1880, George W. Paul. 

He was born at Elliot, Me., Mar. 15, 1831; is now a tailor at Winthrop, 
Mass. Children: (i) Guild Winthrop, b. July 29, 1S83; (2) G7iy Wal- 
ter, b. June 26, i8S6. 

1729 Theodore Winthrop,^ b. Aug. 25, 1861; d. Mar. 19, 1866. 

899 

Charles May Guild'' {^acob,^ Jacob!!' Aaron,^ Nat/mnie/^^ Samuel^* 
yohn^), son of Jacob and Hannah (Gould) Guild, born Oct. 21, 1811, 
married July 23, 1842, Harriet Amanda Fox, daughter of Dr. Jesse 
Fox of Lowell, Mass. He was a merchant in New York City, and 
died at Hong Kong, China, Feb. 23, 1872. 

Children : 

1730 Charles Fox,^ b. at Brooklyn, July 6, 1843 ; m. at Melrose, Mass., May 17, 

1S65, Mary Nellie, daughter of Benjamin F. and Ellen J. (Hale) Whyte. 
He entered the United States Navy, Oct. 8, 1864, being appointed assist- 
ant paymaster, and was commissioned as paymaster May 4 1866. He 
served on special duty upon the Staff of Rear Admiral Porter, was with 
the North Atlantic Blockading squadron from 1865 to 1868; was assigned 
to the navy yard at Portsmouth, N. H., in 1869 and 1870; was at the 
Charlestown navy yard for several years, and at present attached to the 
flagship Richmond. His residence is at Boston. Children : 

(1730(7) Charles Fox May, b at Melrose, Mass., Feb. 16, 1S66, is attend- 
ing the Cambridge Law School, 

(1730/') Maud, b. at Portsmouth, Dec. 20, 1869. 

(I730<;) Mildred Whyte, b. at Charlestown, Mar. ig, 1883. 

1731 Gustavus Henry,* b. July 29, 1S47; d. Sept. 29, 1847. 

1732 Gustavus Julian,* b. Nov. 6, 1849, d. 

1733 Minna,^ b. Jan. 6, 1852; d. Aug. 3, 1852. 

1734 Josephine May,^ b. Jan. 16, 1853; d. July 6, 1853. 

1735 George William May,* b. in New York, Jan. 26, 1S56. He is a manufac- 

turer, and resides at Boston; unmarried. 

904 

Reuben Aldridge Guild'' {Reuben^ Joel^ Aaron* Nathaniel^ Sam- 
uel!^ John'^), son of Reuben and Olive (Morse) Guild, born at West 
Dedham, Mass., May 4, 1S22, married Dec. 17, 1849, Jane Clifford 
Hunt, daughter of Deacon Samuel and Nancy (Lincoln) Hunt. She 



180 GUILD GENEALOGY. 

was born Jan. ii, 1S2S. In his childhood and youth lie enjoyed the 
advantages of good public and private schools in Dedham. Two years 
of his boyhood were spent in a variety store opposite his home in West 
Dedham. At the age of sixteen he left the parental roof and entered 
the store of Charles Warren & Co. at Boston ; here he remained two 
years. He commenced fitting for college at Day's Academy, Wren- 
thani, and finished at the Baptist Academy, Worcester ; entered 
Brown University, Providence, under the presidency of Rev. Dr. f>an- 
cis Wayland, in 1843, ^"^ graduated in 1847 ; was immediately ap- 
pointed assistant librarian under the late Prof. C. C. Jewett, and upon 
his resignation in the spring of 1848, was appointed librarian. He 
has continued in this office until the present time, a period of forty 
years. Under his administration a new and beautiful building has 
been erected for the books, and the library has been increased from 
17,000 to 70,000 volumes. He has held office in various societies 
and organizations, and has always been an active and public-spirited 
man. For seven years he served as a member of the common coun- 
cil of l^rovidence, and for fifteen years as a member of the school 
committee, most of the time acting as secretary. He was twelve 
years secretary of the Rhode Island Sunday School Convention, and 
three years president ; has been for many years secretary of the Rhode 
Island Baptist Educational Society; and was for ten years secretary of 
the Alumni Association of Brown University. He has furnished arti- 
cles for numerous periodicals and papers, and has written a multitude 
of reports, pamphlets and addresses. He has also published among 
others the following books : Librarians' Manual, 4to., New York, 
185S ; Life, Times and Correspondence of James Manning, 121110., 
Boston, 1864; History of Brown University, with Illustrative Docu- 
ments, 4to., Providence, 1867 ; Biographical Introduction to the Writ- 
ings of Roger Williams, 4to., Providence, 1866; A Chaplain of the 
Revolution, or Life, Letters, Journal and Addresses of Rev. Hezekiah 
Smith, i2nio., Philadelphia, 18S5. He is at present engaged in prepar- 
ing the Life and Works of Roger Williams, to be published in two 
large octavo volumes. He received the honorar}'^ degree of Doctor of 
Laws from Shurtleff College, Illinois, in 1S74, and in 1876 was elected 
a member of the American Antiquarian Society, of Worcester, Mass. 

Children : 

1736 Jenny Clifford,'^ b. Nov. 26, 1S50 ; m. Sept. 30, 1874, Geortje Henry Coffin 

A M., of Newton Centre. Mass. Children: (i) .1/j/h/ Lincoln, b. Aug 
20, 1875; <^- Ju'y -3i ''"^Z^^- '-) //''w/n/ ^A/r/</4,v, b. June 11. 1S77. (3) 
James Ifanion, b. Aug. 6, iSSi ; d. May 14, 1884. (4) Bertha Guild, b. 
June 28, 1S83. 

1737 Georgiana,^ b. Aug. 24, 1852. 

1738 Olive Lincoln.** b. July 12. 1856. 

1739 Samuel Aldridge,^ b. Sept. 11, 1S58 ; d. Feb. 29, 1876. 

1740 Charles IIunt.''b. Sept. 13. 1S60 ; d. Feb. 26, 1S65. 

1 74 1 Reuben Lawrence,"^ b. Feb. 8, 1S64; is a merchant at Providence. 



POSTERITY OF JOHN GUILD OF DEDHAM. 181 

923 

Virgil Guild'' {Abncr,^ Jocl^^ Aaron,* A^athanicI^ Samuel,^ yohn'^), 
son of Abner and Mary (Fairbanks) Guild, born at South Dedham, 
Mass., Oct. 20, 1824, married Dec. 12, 1844, Jane Maria Hilton, 
daughter of Daniel and Julia (Sawtell) Hilton. She was born at 
Ashburnham, Oct. 7, 182 1. Mr. Guild is a merchant at Ware, Mass. 

Children : 

1742 Edgar Hunt,^ b. Mar. 11, 1S52; m. Sept. 27, 1882, Laura Elizabeth Hasten 

of New Haven, Conn. He graduated at the University of Pennsylvania 
in 1852, studied medicine and is now a physician at Ware. lie is a 
member of the School Committee, Board of Water Commissioners and 
Treasurer of the Librarian Association. 

1743 Lizzie Jane,** b Dec. 5, 1S53; d. June 26, 1857. 

1744 Fannie Maria,^ b. Aug. 27, 1857; d. June 5, 1859. 

936 

Joel Henry Guild'' {Benjamin,^ j^oel,^ Aaron,* Nathaniel^ Samuel^ 
y^o/i/i^), son of Benjamin and Electa A. (Keith) Guild, born at West 
Roxbury, Mass., March 13, 1844, married March 10, 1869, Sarah 
Louise Keene, daughter of James and Ellen (Pearson) Keene of 
Boston. She was born Nov. 16, 1845. ^^- Guild is a book-keeper at 
Boston, residing at West Roxbury; is a member of the Congregational 
church and has been superintendent of the Sunday-school. 

Children : 

1745 Harry Keene,^ b. April 24, 1870. 

1746 Arthur Perley,^ b. Oct. 22, 1872. 

1747 Maude Louise,** b. Dec. 18, 1S77. 

1748 Clarence Garfield,^ b. Mar. 24, 1882. 

948 

John Warren Guild'' ( Warren,^ jfoel^ Aaron* Nathaniel^ Samuel^ 
yohn^),%oxi of Warren and Julia A. (Woodward) Guild, born at South 
Dedham, Mass., May 12, 1844, married April 4, 1867, Anna Maria 
Hayse, daughter of John and Maria (Frizell) Hayse. She was born 
at Roxbury, Jan. 18, 1845. M""- Guild is a tanner at Norwood, Mass. 

Children : 

1749 Warren Alfred,^ b. Feb. 23. 1868. 

1750 Florence Maria,^ b. Oct. 13, 1872, 

1751 Bernice Maud,** b. June 15, 1878. 

959 

Charles Henry Guild'' {Samuel,^ Johfi^ John,* John,^ Samuel^ 
yohfi^), son of Samuel and Sarah (Severance) Guild, born at Boston, 
Mass., March 23, 1823, married Feb. 19, 1846, Susan Adams Thayer, 
of Norfolk, Va., who was born Dec. 27, 1S26. 



182 GUILD GENEALOGY. 



Children born at Norfolk : 

1752 Virginia Melora,^ b. Dec. 22, 1S46. 

1753 Charles Samuel,** b. Oct. 18, 1S4S. 

1754 Willard Temple/ b. Feb. I2, 1S55; d. June 29, 1855. 



981 

Alonzo ].Gmi.Tp {Nathan,'' yohn,^ yo/m," yohn,^ Samuel,'^ john^), 
son of Nathan and Abigail (Bunker) Guild, born at West Fairlee, Vt. 
Nov. 12, 1832, married Feb. 28, 1856, Lovina Patch, of Shapleigh, 
Maine, who was born July 15, 1833. Mr. Guild is an overseer in the 
Massachusetts Corporation Woolen Mills at Lowell, Mass. They are 
members of the Freewill Baptist church. 

Child : 

1755 Alfonzo B.,8 b. July 10, 1858 ; m. Sept. 28, iSSi, Ida Kidder, who was 
born Aug. 14, 1861. He is a clerk at Lowell, Mass. Children: 

(1756) E-.'a B.? b. April 16, 1883. 

(1757) Chester A.^ b. March 31, 1885. 



983 

Horace Everet Guild"' {Israel S.,^ John^ yohn,^ John^ Samitel, 
yo/ifi^), son of Israel S, and Sarah (Gould) Guild, born at Hartford, 
Vt., Nov. 21, 1830, married at Concord, Vt., Nov. 28, 1S67, Olive 
Brown, daughter of John and Murviah (Church) Brown. She was 
born at Waterford, Vt., March 4, 1833. Mr. Guild served in Com- 
pany A, i5lh Vermont Regiment, in the late Rebellion. He is now 
a carriage maker at Lyndon, Vt. 

Children : 

1758 Arthur Lewis, ^ b. Oct. 16, 186S. 

1759 Cora Bell,^ b. June 10, 1875. 



1010 

Charles Henry Guild" {Alvan,^ Samuel^ Samuel* Jolni^" Samuel,^ 
jfohn}-), son of Alvan and Sally (Hayford) Guild, born at Walpole, 
Mass., Jan. 15, 1830, married Oct. 7. 1856, Maria Gay, daughter of 
Jacob and Katherine (Clapp) Gay, of VValpole. She was born Feb. 
21, 1839. Mr. Guild is a farmer, and a member of the Unitarian 
church at West Walpole, Mass. 

Children : 

1760 Anna Maria,^ b. Dec. 3, 1857. 

1761 Marion Frances,** b. Aug. 28, 1859, 

1762 Charles Alvan," b. Sept. 22, 1861. 

1763 Fmnia Klizabeth,** b. ALarch 27, 1867. 

1764 Carrie Eliza,"* b. Aug. 15, 1869. 



POSTERITY OF JOHN GUILD OF DEDHAM. 183 

1018 

Samuel Eliot Guild'' (Lewi's,^ Samuel,^ SatJiue/,* jfohn,^ Samuel,* 
y^o/iu^), son of Lewis and Grata (Smith) Guild, born Dec. 2, 1817, 
married in 1846, Mary F. Rowe. He is a farmer at New Vineyard, 
Maine. 

Children : 

1765 George E.,^ b. April 12, 1847. 

1766 Ella L.,8 b. March 20, 1850. 

1767 Florence A.,' b. May 15, 1852. 

1043 

William Fisher Guild'' {Samuel^ Aanm^ Samicel,^ yohn^ Samuel,^ 
yoJui^)^ son of Samuel and Orra (Fisher) Guild, born at Walpole, 
Mass., November 20, 1839, married May 15, 1862, Elizabeth Maria 
Plimpton, daughter of David and Eunice M. (Ware) Plimpton, of 
Medfield, Mass. Mr. Guild is a farmer at Medfield, has been select- 
man, assessor, member of the school committee, and superintendent 
of the Unitarian Sunday-school. He served in Co. K, 44th Regiment 
Mass. Volunteers. 

Children : 

1768 I>ouis Henry,^ b. Sept. 15, 1864. 

1769 Arthur,8 b. Aug. 25, 1866. 

1770 Orra Elizabeth, ^ b. May 12, 1S68, 

1771 Anna Maria,^ b. Nov. 2, 1870. 

1772 Samuel David,** b. April 21, 1872. 

1773 Edward Anson, ^ b. April 23, 1878. 

1774 Mabel, 8 b. Dec. i, 1881. 

1047 

Fisher Guild'' (Aaron,^ Aaron,^ Samicel,*- yohn^ Samuel,^ yohn^)^ 
son of Aaron and Hannah (Fisher) Guild, born at Walpole, Mass., 
March 14, 1840, married first, Dec. 17, 1865, Emma Frances Blake, 
of North Attleborough, who died March 29, 1868; married second, 
Dec. 20, 1868, Harriet Elizabeth Maxcy, of Wrentham, who died 
Dec. 18, 1880; married third, March 12, 1882, Rosyett Robbins, of 
Walpole. She was born at Tremont, Me., April 10, 1854. Mr. Guild 
is a provision dealer at Walpole. 

Children by Harriet E. Maxcy : 

1775 Emma Frances,^ b. Mar. 3, 1870. 

1776 Ernest Everett,^ b. Nov. 5, 1872. 

1777 Howard Maxcy ,^ b. Nov. 8, 1S74; d. Jan. 18, 18S1. 

1778 Susie Belcher,** b. Nov. 15, 1S76. 

1779 Aaron Elwood,^ b. Nov. 29, 1S78. 

Children by Rosyett Robbins : 

1780 Walter Elmer,8 b. May 5, 1883. 

1781 Howard Fisher,^ b. Sept. 24, 1S85. 



184 GUILD GENEALOGY. 

1049 

Albert Barrows Guild'' ( Willard^ Moses,^ Samuel* John^ Sam- 
uel^^ yo/in^), son of Willard and Abigail (Woods) Guild, born at Rox- 
bury, N. H., March 31, 1824, married at Ironton, Mo., March 13, 1S51, 
Flora Augusia Kussell, daughter of Cyrus and Rebecca (Pease) 
Russell. She was born at Somers, Conn., Jan. 17, 1829. He was a 
carpenter at Roxbury, N. H., moved to Ironton, Mo., about 1850, and 
died there Dec. 12, 1874. His widow resides at Ironton. 

Children born at Ironton : 

17S2 Willi.im Albert, 8 b. Jan. 29, 1S52 ; d. Jan. 2, 1S62. 

1783 Franklin Edward,** b. April 20, 1854; m. at Arcadia, Mo., Sept. 4, 1SS4, 

Mary Eugenie, daughter of Leland F. and Emma .\L (Jones) Prince, of 

Bellville, 111. She was born at St. Eoui.s, Mo., Oct. 29. 1S65. .Mr. 

Guild IS a civil engineer, and a member of the Presbyterian church at 

Parsons, Kansas. 
17S4 Leonora,^ b. Dec. 17, 1S55; d. Dec. 29, i86t. 
1785 Clara,** b. Nov. 9, 1858. 



1052 

Willard QimiAi^ {Warreti^Jacob,^ Samuel* jfohn^ Samuel;^ 7<>^i'i^), 
son of Warren and Alma ( Aldrich) Guild, born at North Shrewsbury, 
Vt., Nov. 17, 1841, married at West Rindge, N. H., Dec. 2, 1S67, 
Angie Butler, daughter of Jabez and Betsey (Boyden) Butler, of 
Plymouth, Vt. Mr. Guild has been superintendent of schools and 
auditor, is a deacon of the Christian Advent ciiurch, and since 1S76, 
has been a merchant and postmaster at North Shrewsbury. 

Children : 

1786 Bessie Kllen,^ b. Sept. 17, 1871. 

1787 Forrest Butler,** b. Oct. 17, 1874. 



1056 

William Curtis Guild^ (Leonard,^ Joseph,^ jfoseph,^ JoJin,^ Sam- 
uel^ yohn^), son of Leonard and Hannah (Day) Guild, born at Wal- 
pole, Mass., Nov. 24, 1823, married at Eddington Bend, Me., 1S51, 
Anna Stinson Kent, daughter of William and Jean (Aitken) Kent. 
She was born at Frederickton, N. B., April 23, 1830. Mr. Guild held 
the offices of town clerk, treasurer and postmaster of Osceola Mills, 
Wis., over twenty years. He now resides at St. Paul, Minn. 

Children born at Osceola : 

1788 Jean Aitken.* b. .\pril 4, 1853. 1 

1789 Harriet Louisa," b. Feb. 19, 1857. 

1790 James Willard,* b. Aug. 25, 1862. 

1791 Anna Curtis,* b. May 12, 1868, 



POSTERITY OF JOHN GUILD OF DEDHAM. 185 

1062 

Edward Bates Guild^ {Leonard,^ Joseph^ Joseph,^ Jolm^ Samuel,^ 
Johti^), son of Leonard and Hannah (Day) Guild, born at Walpole, 
Mass, May 26, 1839, married at F'ramingham, Mass., Jan. 11, 1863, 
Emily M. McDonald, daughter of Daniel and Nancy (Bryant) Mc- 
Donald of Eastport, Me. She was born at Cutler, Me., May 4, 1843. 
Mr. Guild at the age of fourteen went West and remained until i860, 
returned to Massachusetts and enlisted in 1862, and served in the war 
of the Rebellion until the close. He is now an engineer and resides 
at East Boston, Mass. 

Children : 

1792 Edward Franklin,8 b. at Saxonville, Mass., Mar. 30, 1864. 

1793 Edith Faustina, 8 b. at Franklin, Mass., Sept. 3, 1867. 

1794 Eva Adna,8 b. at East Boston, Mar. i, 187 1. 

1795 Emma Arden,^ b. April 28, 1874. 

1796 Curtis,* b. July 28, 1877. 

1065 

Asa Guild'' (G?/7W/,« ^esse,^ Jacoh,^ Israel^ Samiiel,"^ John^), son of 
Calvin and Sally (Kellogg) Guild, born at West Halifax, Vt., Oct. 27, 
1818, married first, June 12, 1850, Harriet E. Fuller ; married sec- 
ond, Sept. 29, 1852, Amelia C. Smith, who was born Dec. 9, 1828. 
They resided at Heath, Mass. He died at Milford, N. H., Jan. 29, 
1858. 

Child born at Milford : 

1797 Edward Payson,^ b. March 14, 1857 ; m. May 11, 1881, Clara Ella, daughter 

of John L. and Betsey W. (Wiswall) Stevenson of Hampden, Maine. 
She was born May 12, 1857. Mr. Guild graduated at the Williston Semi- 
nary, Easthampton, Mass., in 1877, and taught school three years. Since 
1881 he has been located at Boston, engaged editorially on various publi- 
cations, contributing to magazines and papers; in 1885 he edited the 
Centennial Volume of Heath, Mass. Child : (1798) Mildred Alice^ b. 
Hyde Park, Mass., Sept. 13, 1882. 

1066 

Spencer Guild'' {Calving Jesse!!' Jacob,* Israel,^ Samuel,'^ John^\ 
son of Calvin and Sally (Kellogg) Guild, born at West Halifax, Vt., 
June 23, 1820, married, Oct. 10, 1850, Abby Temple Carleton, 
daughter of John and Fanny (Lewis) Carleton, of Mt. Vernon. She 
was born Jan. 29, 1829. He was a merchant, and a member of the 
Congregational church at Milford, N. H.; was one of the influential 
citizens, and a member of the board of education. 

Children : 

1799 Fanny Carleton,8 b. Sept. 17, 1855; graduated Mt. Holyoke Seminary, 
1876; has been four years a member of the Faculty of Dana Hall School, 
which is preparatory to Wellesley College, teaching mathematics and 
history. 

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186 GUILD GENEALOGY. 

iSoo William Albert/ b. March 19. 1S62 ; is a merchant at Milford, N. H.; 

unmarried. 
iSoi Franii Spencer,^ b. April 12, 1S65; m. Sept. 13, 18S6, May R. Rogers of 

Lynn, Mass. He is editor of a paper devoted to household art and 

industries, called "The Modern Priscilla;" has been asuccessful artist 

in crayon portraits ; resides at Lynn, Mass. 

1069 

Phineas Kellogg Guild'' {Calving jfcsse^ yacob* Israel^ Samuel^ 
yp/in^ )^son of Calvin and Sally (Kellogg) Guild, born at West Halifax, 
Yt., March 9, 1827, married at Boston, Oct. 8, 1868, Susan Caroline 
Lincoln, daughter of Charles and Susan C. (Patterson) Lincoln. She 
was born at Charlestown, Mass., Nov. 13, 1841. Dr. Guild studied med- 
icine and graduated at the University Medical College in New York 
City in 1853, having two years previously taught school. In the fall of 
186 1 he joined the 52d Illinois Regiment as assistant surgeon, but on 
account of ill health resigned in the spring of 1862. In the fall of 
this year he was commissioned surgeon of the 120th Illinois Regiment, 
but was again compelled to resign. In 1864 he commenced practice 
at Jamaica Plain, Mass., and enjoyed the confidence and patronage 
of a large and influential class of citizens. Ill health again caused a 
break in his labors, and he sought a more genial climate at Santa 
Barbara, Cal., where he still resides. They are members of the Con- 
gregational church. 

Children : 

1802 Bertha,^ b. Jamaica Plain, Sept. 5, 1869. 

1803 Mabel Kellogg, * b. Jan. 24, 1871. 

1804 Emeline Ticknor,** b. May 7, 1872. 

1805 Phineas Kellogg.* b. Shirley, Mass. July 3. 1874, 

1806 Almira Hall,"* b. Santa Barbara, Nov. 2, 1877. 

1071 

RuFUS Barnard Guild'' {Cah'i/i/' y-ssc^^ Jacob^ Israel^ Samuel^ 
yoh?i^\ son of Calvin and Sally (Kellogg) Guild, born at West Hali- 
fax, Vt., July 25, 1831, married at Galesburg, 111., June 27, 1861, Su- 
san A. Bergen, daughter of Abram S. and Fidelia (Kldridge) Bergen. 
She was born at Ottawa, 111., Aug. 17, 1838. Rev. Mr. Guild gradu- 
ated at Knox College, Galesburg, 111., and the Chicago Theological 
Seminary. He is now a clergyman of the Congregational church at 
Sterling, Kansas, and doing very active work. 

Children : 

1807 George Albert,^ b. at Galesburg, Sept. 28, 1S63; is cashier of a bank. 
iSoS Harry Lyman,* b. at Galva, 111., Aug. 19, 1865. 

1809 Fannie Fidelia.* b. April 30, 1S67 ; m. May 3, 1887, Melvin L. Laybourn 

of Lyndon, Kansas. 

1810 William Rufns,» b. Feb. 11, 1869. 

181 1 Roy Bergen,* b. Dec. i, 1871. 

181 2 Susie May,* b. May 23, 1S76. 

1813 Jessie Swift,* b. at Seneca, Kansas, April 27, iSSo. 



POSTERITY OF JOHN GUILD OF DEDHAM. 187 

1077 

William Kellogg Guild'' {Israel^ yesse^ yacob* Israel,^ Samuel^ 
jfohn^), son of Israel and Rachel (Kellogg) Guild, born at Brookfield, 
Vt., July 4, 1819, married May 20, 1844, Lydia Ann P'ord, daughter 
of Almon and Sina (.Pierce) Ford, of Wayne, 111. She was born at 
Victor, N. Y., Feb. 19, 1826. He was a successful lumber merchant, 
deacon of the Congregational church, superintendent of the Sunday- 
school, school director and member of the town council of Wheaton, 
111., where he died Oct. 27, 1886. 

Children born at Wayne : 

1814 Sarah Luthera,^ b. June 23, 1845; resides at Wheaton, 111., unmarried. 

1815 William Burrltt.s b. July 30, 1850; m. Aug. 12, 1874, Eunice H. Warford 

of Geneva, 111. He is a merchant at Wheaton, 111. Children : 
(1S16) Marion Eunice? b. at St. Charles, 111., Jan. 28, 1876. 
(1817) Wtlliatn Hc-nry? b. at Wheaton, fune 12, 1879. 
(1S18) Arthur Warford? h. Sept 11, 18S2. 
1819 Edwin Lyman,^ b. Aug. 13, 1852; m. ist, June 6, 1877, Jennie J. Colton, 
who died Sept. 22, 1880; m. 2d, June 19, 1884, Emma F. Smith of St. 
Paul, Minn. He is engaged in the lumber business at St. Paul. Child: 
(1820) Ray Colton? b. Jan. 20, 1879; d. May i, 1880. 
1821 Carroll W^ilson,^ b. Dec. 25, 1S57; m. Sept. 27, 1882, Fannie Wilson 
Baird of Tonica, 111.; is a lumber dealer at Wheaton. Children: 

(1822) Charles Wilson? b. July 7, 1S83; d. July 12, 1884. " 

(1823) Grace Lucile? b. May 17, 1885. ' 

1S24 Everett Almon,^ b. May 18, 1862; m. Nov. 19, 1885, Minerva Estelle Swan 
of La Salle, 111.; is associated with his brother Carroll W. in the lumber 
business at Wheaton. 



1081 

Elias Cornelius Guild'' {Israel,^' Jesse^^ yacob,^ Israel^ Samuel,^ 
yohii^)^ son of Israel and Rachel (Kellogg) Guild, born at North 
Conway, Mass., April 10, 1832, married at Wayne, 111., Oct. 26, 1857, 
Alice Darling Blair, daughter of Robert and Jane (Dixon) Blair. 
She was born at Musselburgh, Scotland, Dec. 22, 1835. Dr. Guild 
was a justice of the peace at Wayne, III., from i860 to 1874; grad- 
uated from the Bennett Medical College, Chicago, in May, 1874 ; is 
now a physician and surgeon, and a member and trustee of the Con- 
gregational church at Bartlett, 111. 

Children born in Wayne : 

1825 Charles Sumner,^ b. June, 1858 ; d. Dec. 30, 1878. 

1826 William Lyman,^ b. Dec. 5, iS6t ; m. Sept. 13, 1884, Fidelia Love Wood- 

cock, tie is a physician and druggist at \vayne. 

1827 Rufus Cornelius, 8 b. Nov. 7, iS6i ; m. Susie Belle Brown. 
1S28 Newman Hall,^ b. May i, 1S6S. 

1829 Alice Jeanne,* b. July 18, 1871. 

1830 Mattie Louise,^ b. Jan. 26, 1875. 



188 GUILD GENEALOGY. 

1082 

David C. Guild' {Joel," yesse,^ Jacob,^ Israel^ Samuel,^ yohii^), son 
of Joel and Margaret (Kennedy) Guild, born at Sheshequin, Pa., 
Aug. 31, 1S20, married at Athens, Pa., Aug. 30, 1846, Mari.a. Black, 
daughter of John and Charlotte (Blakeley) Black. She was born at 
Munroeton, Pa., July 11, 1S27, and died at Springfield, Pa., April 15, 
1867. Mr. Guild is a farmer, and a member of the Methodist church 
at East Troy, Pa. 

Children : 

1831 Frances,^ b. Milltown, April 14, 1S47 ; m. 1878, Richard Lissan, and 

resides at Eaglesmere, Pa.; has two children. 

1832 John,^ d. 

1833 Kansford,^ d. 

1S34 Willis,^ b. Springfield, July 10, 1S56; m. at Leona, Pa., March, 1S85, Mrs- 
Mary Parsons, and resides at Birmingham, Conn. 

1835 Adelbert,*^ b. Sept. 8, 185S; m. Dec, 18S3, Carrie Cole ; resides at East 
Troy, Penn.; has one child. 

1837 Jane.s d. 

1838 Arthur,'' b. June 2, 1S62 ; m. Columbia, Pa., Jan. 28, 1886, Lizzie Bullock, 

and resides at Ashland, Kan. 
2839 Blakeley.s b. Feb. 2, 1865. 

1085 

Jesse Guild' {Joel^^ Jesse^ Jacob^^ Israel,^ Samuel,^ yo/irt^), son of 
Joel and Margaret (Kennedy) Guild, born at Springfield, Pa., Aug. 
16, 1826, married first, at Elkland, Pa., Dec. 25, 1854, Matilda Black, 
daughter of John and Charlotte (Blakeley) Black of Elkland. She 
died Dec. 25, 1859; married second, i860, Hannah Guild, of West 
Halifax, Vt. Mr. Guild enlisted Jan. 10, 1864, in Co. L, 24th New 
York Cavalry, and served until the close of the war ; is now a farmer, 
and a member of the M. E. church at Leona, Bradford Co., Pa. 

Child by Matilda Black : 

1840 Eva,8 b. Nov. 17, 1855; tn. Jan. 18, 1878, John Hunniwell, and resides at 

East Troy, Pa. 

Children by Hannah E. Guild : 

1841 Emerson Jay,^ b. April 15, 1862 ; is a farmer at Leona, Pa. 

1842 Elisha Ritner,8 b, June 29, 1864; is a carriage painter at Waterloo, N. Y. 

1086 

Orlando Guild'' (yoe/,^ ^'sse,^ 7<J''ob,* Israel^ Samuel^ jFohn^^, son 
of Joel and Margaret (Kennedy) Guild, born at Springfield, Pa., Oct., 
1828, married Ellen Hicks of Springfield. Mr. Guild is a farmer at 
Burlington, Penn. 

Children : 

1843 Melvina,^ m. Joseph Stanton of Burlington. 

1844 \Villard,8 is a farmer at Owen's Mills, Pa. 

1845 Burt,** is a farmer at Burlington. 

1846 Clarence.8 



POSTEKITY OP JOHN GUILD OF DEDHAM. 189 

1108 

William Parker Guild'' {Horace^ Israel^ Jacob,^ Israel^ Samuel^ 
yo/in^), son of Horace and Rhoda (Parker) Guild, born at Ischua, 
N. Y., Sept. 15,1839, married at Ashford, N. Y., July 19, 1863, Lucy 
Maria Thomas, daughter of William B. and Elizabeth C. (Hall) 
Thomas. She was born at Ellicottville, N. Y., Feb. 8, 1841. Mr. 
Guild has been collector, justice, commissioner of highways and jus- 
tice of sessions, and is now a farm dairyman at Ischua, Cattaraugus 
Co., N. Y. 

Children : 

1847 Grace,^ b. Feb. 26, 1S65; m. Jan. i, 1885, Clyde C. Chittenden, who is a 

lawyer and prosecuting attorney of Wexford County, residing at Cadillac, 
Mich. 

1848 Charles Willis,^ b. March 3, 1866 ; is taking medical lectures at Rush 

Institute, Chicago. 

1849 Glen.s b. Jan, i, 1S70 ; d. May 12, 1873. 

1850 William Parker,8 b. July 8, 1874. 

1S51 Bessie,8 b. April 12, 1881 ; d. May 8, 1883. 

1109 

William Esty Guild^ {Elihu^ Israel^^ Jdcoh^^ Israel^ Samuel^ 
John^)^ son of Elihu and Eunice B. (Esty) Guild, born at Richmond, 
N. Y., July 15, 1823, married at Gustavus, Ohio, Dec. 5, 1847, Mary 
Ann Shipman, daughter of Josiah and Martha (Liscum) Shipman. 
She was born at Essex, Vt., Oct. 27, 1824. Mr. Guild is a prosper- 
ous farmer at Chesterfield Court House, Va. He was a soldier in 
the Rebellion, from Ohio. 

Children born in Colebrook, Ohio. 

1852 Marion Almira,^ b. March 15, 1849; d. May 11, 1S70; m. at Paw Paw, 
Mich., March 13, 186S, Aimer N. Moon. 
+ 1853 William £111011,** b. May 7, 1851 ; m. Oct. 30, 1876, Josephine A. Simmons. 

1854 Lillian Augusta, >* b. Dec. 19, 1853; m. Nov. 20, 1879, A. C. son of Sam- 

uel and Martha (Hatch) Cotton. He was born Aug. 26, 1849; is a 
farmer at North Shenango, Crawford Co., Pa. (P. O., Hartshorn); is 
superintendent of the Methodist Sunday-school, and a member of the 
school board. 

1855 Martha Eunice, » b. April 29, i860; d. July 10, 1882. 



1174 

John Milton Guild'' {Channcey^ John^ Naphtali^ Ebenezer^ Sam- 
uel"- John^)^ son of Chauncey and Celinda (Bourn) Guild, born at 
Pawlet, Vt., May 22, 1825, married Juliette Crandall. Mr. Guild 
was a blacksmith at Pawlet and Rupert, Vt. He moved to Clearwater, 
Minn., and died there Sept. 10, 1857. 



190 GUILD GENEALOGY. 



Children 



1856 Alice,' m. George Henry Van Veighton of Easton, N. Y. ; resides at 

Philadelphia. Children: (i) Siu/ii\ m. Lewis Lodd; (z) Fratd-. 

1857 John.s b. Oct. i, 1850; lives at Mellville, Dakota Ter. ; unmarried. 

185S George II. .^ b. Wells, N. Y.. Feb. 24, 1S52; m. Sept. 6, 1S74, Sophia, 
daughter of 01)ediah and Mary (llorniker) Hawkins of Sauk Ka])ids, 
Minn. He is a farmer at Santiago, Sherburne Co., Minn. Children, 
all born there : 

(1559) Oliver H,^ b. Aug. 17, 1875. 

(1560) Charles Albert^ b. Feb. 14, 1877. 

(1561) Eastman Rupert? \i. May 9 1879. 
(1862) Henry Parker? b. March 31, 1881. 
(1S63) Sadie Jane? b. June 18, 1S83. 
(1864) Jessie? b. July 15, 18S5. 



1175 

Joseph Henry Guild'' ( Chaunccy^ Johii,^ K'aphtali^^ Ebenczcr^ Sain- 
ucl^ j'o/iti^)^ son of Chauncey and Celinda (Bourn) Guild, born at 
Pawlet, Vt., Sept. 18, 1827, married first, May 15, 1853, Jane Maria 
Burton, daughter of Nathan and Charlotte (Graves) Burton. She 
died Feb. 2, 1859. He married second, Dec. 17, 1867, Alta L. Nel- 
son, daughter of Almon and Lucina (Harmon) Nelson of Pawlet. 
She was born Aug. 31, 1848. Having lost his mother at the age of 
ten years he was thrown upon his own resources, the tin shop which 
his father carried on barely supporting the family. During his minor- 
ity he was employed in farm labor, and for a time taught school. He 
early evinced an inclination for the medical profession, and as oppor- 
tunity offered was engaged in the study of medicine. At the age of 
twenty he entered a store as clerk at Salem, N. Y., and soon after 
purchased the stock, and formed a co-j^artnership under the style of 
King & Guild. This not proving profitable it was dissolved after 
three years, and he moved to Sandusky, Ohio. Here he engaged in 
cabinet-making and continued until 1856, when the establishment was 
destroyed by fire, entailing upon him a heavy loss. He then went to 
Baltimore, Md., and started a mercantile agency, a novel thnig at that 
time, in which he met with success, and moving to New York City he 
continued the same business. During all this time his medical studies 
had not been neglected, and in the spring of 185 1 he graduated with 
honor from the New York Medical College, receiving the first prize. 
While on a visit to Rupert, Vt., where his family had been living, he was 
called upon to treat in cases of malignant diphtheria, during a fatal 
epidemic of that dread disease, and the success of his treatment was 
such, he was induced to yield to solicitations to remain and settle in 
that place instead of New York, where he had intended to locate. A 
description of this epidemic and its treatment was published in the 
New York Medical Times, and excited marked attention. He con- 
tinued in the practice of his profession until 1S69, when the increase of 
his present business, the manufacture of the Green Mountain Asthma 
Cure, compelled him to devote himself entirely to this specialty. He 
served six years in succession in the Legislature of Vermont, and as 





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POSTERITY OF JOHN GUILD OF DEDHAM. 191 

senator from Bennington County in 1876, when he declined further 
political honors. Dr. Guild has manifested a great interest in the 
prosperity of the place of his adoption, and has done much to improve 
and advance its spiritual and temporal welfare. He is the leading 
official member of the M. E. church and superintendent of the bab- 

bath-school. , . j v ui 

The features in the character of Dr. Guild, are an indomitable 
perseverance that shrinks from no obstacles, however insurmountable 
they may appear, a retentive memory, and such a child-like trust in 
Divine Providence as renders him willing to do his whole duty toward 
God and man, as far as it is made plain to him. He early adopted the 
resolve to devote a tenth of his income to God, a custom he has con- 
tinued to scrupulously observe, and modestly attributes his wonderful 
success in life entirely to the favor of his Divine Master. He owns a 
beautiful residence at Rupert, and a fine cottage at Lake George where 
he spends a portion of the summer with his family. {See portrait.) 

Children by Jane M. Burton : 

1865 Ella Covilla.e b. Sandusky, Ohio, May 25, 1S54; m. ist July 18. 1872. Tru- 

man L. Nelson, who died Oct. 23, 1880; m. 2d, Myron F. Roberts ot 
Rupert. 

1866 Jennie,sb. June i, i8s8; d. Feb. 11, 1859. 

Children by Alta L. Nelson : 

1S67 Cora,3 b. Sept. 20, 186S. 

1868 Millie,8b, Nov. 11, 1869. 

1869 Harley Clarence,* b. Feb. 26, 1878. 

1177 

George Edward Guild^ ( C//c?/^«a:)',6 joJm,^ Naphtal^ Elmiezer,^ 
Samuel;'- John^), son of Chauncey and Celinda (Bourn) Guild, born 
at Pawlet, Vt., June 14, 1833- married Feb. 5, 1850, Sarah Jane 
Phillips. She was born at Pawlet, Jan. 30, 1837. Mr. Guild is a 
machinist, and a member of the M. E. church at Seymour, Conn. 

Children : 

1870 Charles H.,8 b. Sept. 15, 1859; m. May 3, 1883, Josie E. Ladd. She was 

born Feb. 3, 1859. He resides at Seymour, Conn. 

1871 Frank,* b. July 30, 1862; d. Mar. i, 1863. 

1872 Katie M.,* b. April 21, 1866. 

1873 Nettie,* b. July 31, 1S72 ; d. Dec. 11, 1873. 

1178 

Tames Warren Guild' {Chauncey,'' john^ Naphtall,' Ebcnezer,* 
SamueV' John^), son of Chauncey and Celinda (Bourn) Guild, born 
at Pawlet, Vt, Oct. 18, 1835, married at Menden, Minn., Sept. 30, 
1868, Mary Bosworth, daughter of Isaac and Asenath (Bush) Bos- 
worth of Menden. She was born at West Springfield, Mass., Sept. 
15, 1847. Mr. Guild is a merchant farmer at Santiago, Minn., and 
has served the town as treasurer twelve years. 



192 GUILD GENEALOGY. 

Children : 

1874 Jessie May.^ b. Sept. i, 1871. 

1S75 Lucy Ann,'* b. April 12, 1873. 

1876 James Warren,** b. Oct. 9, 1S74. 

1877 Elida Edna,8 b. Nov. 19,^879. 

1181 

Hereon Leonard Guild'' {Herman,^ Ehctiezer^ Ebenezer* Ehme- 
zcr? Samuel^ Johti^), son of Hernion and Melinda J. (Chamberlain) 
Guild, born at Wrentham, Mass., Oct. 9, 1815, married April 5, 1836, 
Marinda Claflin Wetherell, daughter of Joseph and Cynthia 
(Claflin) Wetherell of Wrentham. She was born at Attleborough, 
July 24, 1S14, and died Sept- 29, 1SS6. He was a mechanic, and a 
member of the Baptist church at Attleborough, Mass., and died at 
Dodgeville, Jan. 13, 1884. 

Children : 

1878 Henry Abbott, 8 b. at Foxborough, Mass., April 12, 1837; m. Amelia Hills 

of Warren, Me. He was an assistant engineer in the navy during the 
Rebellion, and died at New York City. Nov. 12, 1882. Children : 
(1879) Frank Henry? (1880) Charles IVhittu-r? (18S1) Stanley.^ 
1882 Ellen Maria. 8 b. at Attleborough, Jan. 12, 1840; m. at Attleborough, Feb. 
II, 1857, John F^rancis, son of John K. and Hannah (Sweet) Streeter. 
He is a manufacturer of jewelry, and a member of the Congregational 
church at Attleborough. Children: (i) Willis Herman, b. June 13, 
185S; (2) John Frank, b. April 23, 1877; (3) Ernest Clifford, b. Jan. 5, 
188 1. 

1853 Charles Edwin,' b. at Medway, Sei)t. 28, 1S42; m. at Providence, R. I., 

Aug. 21, 1S65, Annie K. liurlingame; was 1st Lieutenant in the Rhode 
Island Artillery during the rebellion, is now residing at Manchester, Va. 
No children. 

1854 Allen Walker, 8 b. at Seekonk, Aug. 20, 1S44; m. at Boston, April 28, 

1883, Isabelle C, daughter of Azariah and Patia P. (Taylor) Walker.. 
She was born at Chelsea, Oct 26, 1857. Mr. Guild enlisted Dec, 1S61, 
in the 3d Rhode Island Artillery for three years, was taken a prisoner 
in South Carolina, Dec, 1863, and confined fourteen months. He is 
now a commercial traveler at Minneapolis, Minn. Child: (1SS5) EJith 
Walker,^ b. at (Orleans, Mass.. Nov. ii, 1SS4. 
1886 Jo.seph Wetherell, 8 b. at Smithfield, R. L, Aug. 2, 1S46; m. at Taunton, 
Mass., Dec. 11, 1873. Kstelle L. Merwin. He served in the lith Rhode 
Island Infantry, and the 3d Rhode Island Cavalry during the Rebellion. 
He now resides at Attleborough, Mass. Children : (1SS7) Bertha Es- 
telle,^ b. Mar. 5, 1S77; (18SS) Walter Hcnvard? h. Oct. 20. 1S81. 

1889 W'illiain Otis. 8 b. Mar. 4, 1S49; d. at Lewiston, Me., Nov. 18, 1S52. 

1890 Lydia Jcnnette,8 b. at Scituatc, R. I., April 8, 1S51 ; d. at Lewiston, Nov. 

24, i"852. 

1891 Walter Varian,' b. at Attleborough, Mar. 2, 1S55; d. at Dodgeville, Mass., 

Oct. 30, 1870. 

1892 John Frank,^ b. Dec. i, 1S56; d. at Providence, R. I. Nov. 25, 1859. 

1182 

James Albert Guild'' {Hermon^^ Ehetieza-^ E/>enczcr* Ebcnczer^ 
Samucll^ jfoJiii^)^ son of Hermon and Melinda J. (Chamberlain) Guild, 
born at VVrentham, Mass., May 19, 1S18, married at Franklin, Mass., 



POSTERITY OF JOHN GUILD OF DEDHAM. 193 

Oct. 13, 1S39, LucENA P. Winn, daughter of Peter and Lucena (Fair- 
brother) Winn, of Franklin. She was born at Utica, N. Y., Dec. 5, 
18 19. Mr. Guild is a merchant at City Mills, Norfolk, Mass. 

Children : 

1893 William Harrison,8 b. at Lonsdale, R. L, Mar, 10, 1841; m. Nov. 3, i860, 
Mary A. Ware of Wrentham. Children : 
(1S94) William Albert,^ b. at Franklin, Dec. 30, 1861 ; m. Sept. 29, 1886, 
M. Emma Tilley of East Greenwich, R. L She was born Sept. 
19. 1862. 

(1895) Frank Ware?h. at Wrentham. Jan. 19, 1863. 

(1896) Fred Irving^ h. at Franklin, Sept. 29, 1S65. 

(1897) Harry Br'adfo7-iP,h. Nov. 26, 1867. 

(1898) Arthur Leonard,^ b at Norfolk, Aug. 13, 1877. 

1899 Edwin Albert, 8 b. at Franklin, Nov, 10. 1845; m. at Norfolk. Dec. 23, 
1869. Amanda Melvina Adams of Woonsocket, R. L Children born at 
Norfolk: 
(1900) Gertrude May^ b. Nov. 2, 1871. 
{1901) Waltt-r Ray?h. Oct. 19, 1875. 

1902 Frances Lucena, ^ b. Dec. 15, 1848; m. May 8, 1879, William Dailey of 

Milford, Mass. Child: (i) Vera Frances, b. Feb. 18, 1883. 

1903 Adelaide Louisa,^ b. July 12, 1850; d. Aug. 27, 1853. 

1904 Earl Bradford,^ b. July' 24, 1852; m. May 11, 1870, Edna M. Adams of 

Woonsocket, R. L Have no children. 

1905 Ada Marinda,8 b. July 19. 1858. 

1906 Ida Melinda,8 b. July 19, 1858; m. Dec. 10, 1884, Everett D. Arnold of 

River Point, R. I. Child : (i) Eva Gertrude, b. at Norfolk, June 24, 
1886. 



1195 

William Goodwin Allen Guild'' {Davis,^ David^ Ehenezer,^ Et- 
enezer^ Sarnucl^ JoJrn^)^ son of Davis and Rebecca (Allen) Guild, 
born at Attleborough, Mass., July 17, 1819, married January 4, 1872, 
Eunice Elizabeth Bolton, daughter of William and Rebecca (White) 
Bolton of West Boylston, Mass. She was born at Holden, Aug. 28, 
18 18. Mr. Guild enlisted in the war of the Rebellion, and was dis- 
charged on account of wounds received. He has held a number of 
offices in the State, and the Baptist church, of which he is a member. 
He is now a farmer at Logan (P. O. Dell Rapids), Dakota Ter. 

Children born at Holden, Mass. 

1907 Marion Olivia.^ b. Dec. 12. 1845 ; m. Nov. 15. 1870, Marcus E. Boutelle 

of Aztalan, Wis., and resides at Logan, Dakota. 

1908 Myron Laburton,^ b. May 25, 1848; m. Oct. 15, 1874, Marion E., daughter 

of Ebenezer and Emeline (Ostrander) Boutelle. She was born at Az- 
talan, Wis., Nov. 15, 1852. He is a farmer at Logan. Children: 

(1909) Maiiiard Koviinefh. at Lake Mills, Wis., May 29, 1878. 

{1910) Marjory Jaraiie,^ b. Oct. 2, 1S80. 

(191 1 ) Nellie Marion,^ b. July 14, 1883. 

(1912) Florence Elleti,^ b. at Logan, May 24, 1885. 



194 GUILD GENEALOGY. 

1204 

Henry Chase Guild'' {/saac,^ Joseph^ Joseph,^ Joseph,^ Siimuel,'^ 
yohn^ )^ son of Isaac and Ijetsey i Tracy) Guild, born at Francestown, 
N. H., Aug. 19, 1826, married at Boston, Nov. 5, 1849, Lucy M. Saw- 
yer, daugliter of Dr. Samuel Sawyer, of Lowell, Mass. Mr. Guild is 
salesman for a manufacturing company at Lowell. 

Children : 

1913 Henry Tracy.* b. Dec. 9, 1850; d. New York, April 19, 1877. 

1914 Albert Samuel,^ b. Dec. 14, 1.S53; is a bank clerk at Lowell. 

1915 Thomas Goddard,** b, April 23, 1866; d. Oct. 4, 1879. 



1206 

Isaac Orr Guild" {Isaac,^ Joseph^ Joseph^^ Joseph^ Samuely^ 
yoJm^), son of Isaac and Betsey (Tracy) Guild, born at Francestown, 
N. H., June 19, 1831, married at Lowell, Mass., Oct. 7, 1S57, Mary A. 
Stiles Paul, daughter of Bela and Mary (Briggs) Paul, of Clareinont, 
N. H. She was born at Hanover, N. H., Jan. 26, 1830. Vi\. Guild 
has been engaged in the marble business at Lynn, Mass., since 1855. 
Mrs. Guild has been engaged in compiling the Stiles Genealogy. 

Children born at Lynn : 

1916 Irving Tracy,^ b. Dec. 30. i86o; is clerk in the School of Drawing and 

Painting at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. 

1917 Sidney I'aul,*^ b. Aug. 31, 1862; is an artist in stained glass at Boston. 



1207 

Albert Daniel Guild"' {Isaac,^ Joscph^^ Josip/i* Joseph^ Samuel,^ 
jfohii^)^ son of Isaac and Betsey (Tracy) Guild, born at Francestown, 
N. H., Oct. 28, 1832. married first, at Chicago, May 15, 1858, AL^rion 
A. Grennell, daughter of Hiram W. and Melinda W. (Emerson) 
Grennell. She died at Chicago, April 29, 1873. He married second, 
at Bloomington, 111 , May 13, 1S74, Frances M errill Grennell, 
sister of his first wife. Mr. Guild is bookkeeper for the Bass Fur- 
nace and Machine Company, at Fort Wayne, Ind. 

Children by first wife, born at Chicago : 

1919 Emma Marion,* b. Aug. 13, 1861; d. Dec. 21, 1S63. 

1920 Charles (irennell,^ b. Aug. 31. 1864. 

1921 Carrie Frances,* b. Aug. 2, 1S66. 

Child by second wife : 

1922 Helen Tracy," b. Sept. 17, 1875. 



POSTERITY OF JOHK GUILD OF DEDHAM. 195 

1213 

Frederic Augustus Guild^ {Joseph^ Amasa^ Joseph,^ Joseph,^ 
Satniiel^^ yohti^), son of Joseph and Sarah H. (Smith) Guild, born at 
Dedham, Mass, Feb. 20, 1831, married at Dedham, Aug. 14, 1866, 
Mary Adelaide Boyd, who was born at Boston, Jan. 5, 1842, and 
died at Elizabethtown, N. Y., Aug. 20, 1878. Mr. Guild is a manu- 
facturer at New York City. 

Children born at Brooklyn : 

1923 Mary Augusta,^ b. Oct. 4, 1867. 

1924 Frederic Haven,** b. Nov. 15, 1868. 

1925 Caroline Starr,^ b. Oct. 29, 1869. 

1217 

Joseph Guild' {Joseph,^ Amasa,^ Joseph* Joseph^ Satnuel^ J^ohn'^), 
son of Joseph and Sarah H. (Smith) Guild, born at Dedham, Mass., 
Nov. 13, 1843, married February 19, 1873, Caroline Ruth Emmons, 
daughter of George and Caroline Emmons. She was born at Boston, 
August 6, 1848. He enlisted from Dedham, Oct. 24, 1862, in Co. D, 
43d Regiment Volunteer Infantry for nine months. The regiment 
was sent to North Carolina and was engaged in the battles of Kings- 
ton, Whitehall, Spring Bank Ridge and Blouts Creek. At Baltimore, 
the regiment being on its way home, he was one of two hundred men 
to volunteer to go to the front at the critical time of the Gettysburg 
campaign. They were sent to Harper's Ferry, and assigned to the 6th 
corps, Army of the Potomac. He returned home and was mustered 
out of service July 30, 1863 ; enlisted again July 18, 1864, for 100 
days in Co. K, 42d Regiment, and assigned to duty at Alexandria. 
Mr, Guild is a cotton broker at Boston, residing at Dedham. 

Children : 

1926 Ruth Emmons,' b. Sept. 13, 1875. 

1927 Joseph, 8 b. Aug. 15, 1879. 

1227 

George Austin Guild'' {Francis,^ Ca/vin,^ Joseph^* Joseph,^ Samiiel^^ 
John^), son of Frances and Caroline E. (Covell) Guild, born at Ded- 
ham, Mass., June 6, 1836, married Jan. 23, 1861, Abby Cobb, daughter 
of Jonathan H. and Sophia (Daggett) Cobb, of Dedham. She was 
born May 17, 1837. M^"- Guild is a watch maker and jeweler at Ded- 
ham. Has been chief engineer of the fire department since 1876. 

Children born at Dedham : 

1928 Abby Elizabeth,' b. Sept. 8, 1861. 

1929 George Cobb,' b. Dec. 8, 1S63; d. Jan. 5, 1869. 

1930 Sophia Daggett,' b. Dec. 12, 1865. 

1931 Jonathan Francis,' b. Sept. 24, 187 1. 



196 GUILD GENEALOGY. 

1234 

Nathaniel Grovener Guild'' {Calvin,^ Calvin,^ Joseph* jfoseph^ 
Saviucl- yo/in^), son of Calvin and Margaret (Taft) Guild, born at 
Hookset, N. H., May 17, 1S37, married Nov. 28, i860, Amy Rich- 
mond Humphrey, daughter of James Humphrey of Providence, R.I. 
She was born Nov. 8, 1840. Mr. Ciuild has been engaged in the man- 
ufacture of cotton goods at Providence, for several years. He has 
now retired from active business. 

Children : 

1932 Charles Humphrey,^ b. June 27, 1861. 

1933 Henry Taft,' b. Nov. 23, 1S63. 

1934 Ilcrl^ert Lincoln," b. Feb. 2, 1S66. 

1935 Howard Redwood.' b. Nov. 19, 1867. 

1936 Edward Martin," b. Feb. 2S, 1872. 

1937 Alice Elizabeth,' b. Dec. 16, 1873. 

1938 Amy Louise,' b. April 24, 1S79. 

1238 

Clarence Herbert Guild' {Calvin,'^ Calviti^ Joseph,'' Jostph,* 
Samuel,'^ jfolm^)^ son of Calvin and Margaret (Taft) Guild, born at 
Dedham, Mass., Sept. 7, 1846, married June 9, 1868, Sophia How- 
land, daughter of John A. and Emily (Langley) Howland, of Provi- 
dence, R. I. She was born Sept. 19, 184S. Mr. Guild graduated at 
the Dedham High School, worked a short time in Boston, went to 
Providence in 1862, and until 1863 was a clerk in the Marine Bank ; 
he received a call from the P'irst National Bank, and served as clerk 
and teller for over a year. His brother having bought a cotton mill, he 
entered his employ and remained until 1867, part of the time as book- 
keeper. He then received a good offer from the A. & W. Sprague 
Manufacturing Company as assistant bookkeeper, and acted in this 
capacity two years ; was then promoted to bookkeeper, in which 
position he continued under that firm and the trustee until July i, 
1885. He is now agent for the Guarantee Company of North Amer- 
ica, and an expert accountant at Providence, and is an active and 
useful member of the Masonic fraternity. 

Children : 

1939 Frederick Taft,^ b. Aug. 13, 186S. 

1940 Joseph Luther, 8 b. July 7, I870. 

1941 Emily Howland,'* b. Sept. 28, 1S72; d. April 28, 1874. 

1942 Clarence Herbert,^ b. July 13, 1875. 

1943 Thacher Howland,^ b. Feb. 16, 1879. 

1944 Margaret,"' b. Sept. 28, 18S6. 



POSTEEITY OF JOHN GUILD OF DEDHAM. 197 

1244 

WiLLTAM Stevens Guild'' {Savu/el,^ Samucl^^ Samuel,'^ Joseph^ 
Samucl^^ JoJuO-), son of Samuel and Roxanna (Stevens) Guild, born at 
Bellows Falls, Vt., Sept. i8, 1832, married at Charlestown, Mass., July 
3, 1856, Eliza Madison Slate, daughter of Hoyt and Cynthia C. 
(Edwards) Slate. She was born at Killingly, Conn., Nov. 15, 1834. 
Mr. Guild is a bookkeeper, and a member of the Protestant Episco- 
pal church at Brattleborough, Vt. 

Children : 

1945 William Frank,^ b. July 6, 1857; d. Aug. 3, 1859. 

1946 Samuel Fred,' b. Jan. 10. i860; is a painter at Brattleborough. 

1947 Mary Grace,' b. Aug. 4, 1862. 

1948 Anna Belle,* b. Dec. 17, 1864. 

1949 Frances Edwards,* b. Feb. i, 1867. i 

1950 Charles Edwards,* b. May 30, 1870. 

195 1 Hugh William,* b. Dec. 25, 1873. 

1952 Emily Elizabeth,* b. July 3, 1877. 

1245 

George Otis Guild'' {Samuel,^ Samuel^ Samuel.,^ yoseph^ Samuel^ 
yohii^'), son of Samuel and Roxanna (Stevens) Guild, born at Clare- 
mont, N. H., Feb. 21, 1836, married Jan. t, 1862, Martha Jane 
Aldrich, daughter of Jonas and Louise (Lovejoy) Aldrich, of West- 
minster, Vt. She was born July 21, 1838. Mr. Guild is a dry goods 
merchant, and postmaster at Bellows Falls, Vt., and for ten years has 
been treasurer of the village and school district. He is a member 
of the Protestant Episcopal church and for several years has been 
parish clerk. 

Children born at Bellows Falls : 

1953 Mary Louise,8 b. July 24, 1865; m, George H. Holmes, and resides at 

Everett, Mass. 

1954 Edgar Aldrich,* b. Nov. 16, 1871. 

1955 George Henry.^ b. July 12, 1873. 

1956 Helen Gertrude,* b. July 26, 1879. 

1257 

Heman Orestas Guild'' {Harriso7i^ Heman^ Hcman* Joseph^ 
Samiu'P^ John^)^ son of Harrison and Olive (Bell) Guild, born at 
Cheektowaga, N. Y., May 28, 1844, married at Buffalo, June 6, 1864, 
Sarah Ann Thornton, daughter of Stephen and Freelove (Mc- 
Coord) Thornton. She was born at Buffalo, Oct. 2, 1846. Mr. Guild 
enlisted May, 1861, in the 21st New York Volunteer Infantry for two 
years, served under McDowell and McClellan, took part in the battles 
of Second Bull Run, Fredericksburg, Antietam and South Mountain. 
He is now a locomotive engineer at Chicago, 111. 



108 GUILD GENEALOGY. 

Children : 

1957 Helen Lucretia,' b. at Buffalo, Jan. 23, 1866. 

1958 Stephen Thornton," b. Oct. 18, 1S68. 

1959 Sarah Gertrude,' b. May 23, 1S71 ; d. Nov. 18, 1872. 
i960 Ileman Orestas,' b. Nov. i, 1S73. 

1961 Alice May,' b. Dec. 3, 1875; ^^- Nov. 28, 1S80. 

1962 Artiuir Herbert,' b. Nov. 19, 1S77; d. Feb. 24, 1879. 

1963 George Hazel," b. Sept. 6, 18S0. 

1964 Maud Meeker,' b. at Chicago, June 11, 1883. 

1261 

Samuel Eliot Guild" {Benjamin^ Bcnjam'm^ Bcnjafnin* Johti* 
JoJm^^ John^)^ son of Benjamin and Eliza (Eliot) Guild, born at Bos- 
ton, Mass., Oct. 8, 18 19, married Feb. 9, 1847, Elizabeth H. Rice, 
daughter of Henry Gardner Rice of Boston. He fitted for college 
at a private school, and entered Harvard, where he held a high rank, 
and graduated with distinction in 1839. After leaving college he 
studied law with William Gray and Theophilus Parsons, of Boston, 
and completed his studies at the Law School in Cambridge. He was 
admitted to Suffolk Bar in 1841, and established himself in the prac- 
tice of his profession in Boston, where he resided until his decease. 
In the practice of his profession he pursued the course which was 
most congenial to his taste, a department which, though it does not 
bring the practitioner conspicuously before the public, opens to him 
an honorable and useful career. As a Chamber-counsel, conveyancer 
and manager of property, his good sense, his conscientious fidelity to 
his clients, and his great and uniform industry gave him all the suc- 
cess which his desires coveted or anticipated. He was a gentleman 
of high moral instincts, ever ready to promote the best interests of 
the community; kind, charitable, endowed with all the amenities of a 
gentleman, having a pleasant word for all with whom he might have 
intercourse. He died at his summer residence at Nahant, July 16, 
1862. 

Children : 

1965 Charlotte Henderson,' b. May 7, 1S4S. 

1966 Samuel Eliot,' b. Nov. 29, 1850; unmarried. Graduated at Harvard Col- 

lege, and is engaged in the banking business at Boston. 

1265 

Charles Eliot Guild"' {Benjamin,^ Bcujainiu^ Benjamin,^ John^ 
John,^ Jolm^), son of Benjamin and Eliza (Eliot) Guild, born in Bos- 
ton, Mass., Nov. 3, 1827, married Nov. 22, 1854, Mary Lyman Eliot, 
daughter of Samuel A. Eliot of Boston. Mr. Guild graduated at 
Harvard College in 1840, was President of the American Insurance 
Company, now agent of the Liverpool, London & Globe Insurance 
Company, and resides at Boston. 



POSTERITY OF JOHN GUILD OF DEDHAM. 199 



Children : 



1967 Robert Wheatnn,' b. Sept. 29, 1S55; d. Jan. 9, 18S0. 

1968 Henry Eliot,' b. July 19, 1S59. 

1969 Eleanor/ b. March 6, i860. 

1970 Charles Eliot, ^ b. July 15, 1862. 

197 1 Katherine Eliot,' b. Sept. 7, 1866. 



1274 



Increase Sumner Guild'' {William^ Ebenezer,^ Ebenezer^^ yohn^ 
yohn^^ Johii^), son of William and Waitstill (Ware) Guild, born at 
Walpole, N. H., Jan, 17, 1800, married Feb. 8, 1824, Esther Wal- 
COTT. He was a farmer, and a member of the Methodist church at 
Walpole, N. H., and Bethel, Vt.; was a strong prohibitionist. He 
died at Walpole, Oct. 21, i88r. 

Children : 

1972 Esther Aurora,' b. at Bethel, Vt., June 21, 1825; m. ist, Issachar Williams; 
m. 2d, Charles J. Kendrick of Lebanon, N. H. Children by 2d hus- 
band : (i) Charles Timothy, is a clerk at Alstead, N. H. ; (2) Mary Flor- 
ence, m. Charles H. Barnes; he is a farmer at Walpole, N. H. ; (3) Ed- 
ward Sumner, employed by Cheshire K. R. Co., at Fitchburg, Mass. 

-f-1973 William Walcott,' b. Aug. 23, 1827; m. Eliza J. Alexander. 

-j-1974 Edwin,' b. Oct. 24, 1829; m. ist, Esther L. Knight; m. 2d, Sophia Chase. 

1975 Helen Augusta," b. Feb. i, 1832; m. Mar. i8, 1855, Oscar, son of William 

E. and Hannah (Pope) Mellish of Walpole, N. fl. He is a furniture man- 
ufacturer, firm of Mellish, Byfield & Co., at Boston, and resides at Bige- 
low Hill, Faneuil, Mass. 

1976 Harriet Eliza, ^ b. July 21, 1834; d. July 30, 1834. 

1977 Mary Ann,' b. Sept. 10, 1836; m. James William Mellish. He was acci- 

dentally killed Jan., 1868. She resides at Woodstock, Vt. Children: 
(1) Katie, (2) Nellie, m. Charles Colburn; resides a Chesterfield, N. H.; 
(3) Julia. 

1978 Julietta,' b. Feb. 8, 1840, d. June 26, 1881 ; m. Frederick J. Hubbard of 

Walpole, N. H. Children: (i) Walter F., (2) Alfred Sumner. 

1979 Maria Jane,' b. Jan. 6, 1843 ; resides at Walpole, unmarried. 

1980 Josephine Annette,' b. Sept. 30, 1S47, d. Dec. 6, 1876; m. May 16, 1872, 

Edward P. Hall of Newton, Mass.; moved to Victor, la. No children. 



1287 

Caleb Mason Guild'' {jfohn^^ Ebmezer^ Ebenezer.* jfoJvi,^ John^ 
yohfi^), son of John and Lois (Rounds) Guild, born at Wrentham, 
Mass., April 30, 181 1, married at Mendon, Mass., Oct. 13, 1839, Julia 
Ann Arnold, daughter of Israel and Abigail (Daniels) Arnold. He 
was a mason by trade ; kept a hotel at Killingl}-, Conn., eight years, 
then followed his trade at Wrentham ; was a farmer and shoemaker 
at Uxbridge and Westborough. He died at Somerville, Mass., April 
14, 1886. 



200 GUILD GENEALOGY. 

Children : 

+ 1981 Oliver Arnold,* b. Oct. 31, 1S40; m. Eliza I. Tucker. 

1982 Illeone E.,*^ b. Dec. 25. 1841; m. Joseph G. Guild. {See.) 

1983 Charles Edmund,*^ b. Franklin, Jan. 16, 1844; m. Milford, Dec. 13, i86g, 

Susan Gertrude, daughter of Nelson and Hannah (Janes) Parkhurst of 
Miliord. She was born Jan. 30, 1S44. ^^^- Guild is a diamond dealer 
at Boston; has no children. 

1954 Abbie I.," b. Sept. 13, 1S45; d. Feb. 27, 1S73; m. Morey D. Lee. 

1955 Caleb Mason.*' b. Oct. 24, 1S47; d. Aug. 2, 1S49. 

1956 Julius James,^ b. .Mendon. June 2, 1849; m. June 4. 1870, Abbie A., daugh- 

ter of Gilbert W., and Submit M.( liriggs) Rounds of Taunton. She was 
born at North Kehoboth, March 31, 1849. ^^^- Guild is engaged in the 
grocery business at Somerville, Mass. Children : 

(1987) Mabel Evclv",'^ h- Sheldonville, Sept. 12, 1S71, a bright and inter- 

esting girl, has rendered valuable service to the compiler. 

(1988) Lizzie Marion ^^ b. Westborough, Jan. 13, 1876; d. Dec. i, 1879. 

(1989) Gertrude Warren ''h. Sept. 19, 1877; d. Jnne 30, 18S2. 

(1990) Ethel Marion,^ h. Somerville, Dec. 2, 1880. 

1991 Susie L.« b. So. Killingly, Conn., Jan. 10, 1851 ; d. Oct. 14, 1876; m. Wil- 

liam Wesley Preston. 

1992 Caleb Mason,'' b. March 24, 1S52; resides at Cleveland, Ohio. 

1993 Francis Oscar,* b. Uxbridge, May 18, 1858; m. Etta M. Ellis. Mr. Guild 

is a druggist and apothecary at Boston. Child : 
(1994) Kokrt F.,'^ b. Boston, May 13, 1883. 



1293 

Mauran Harlow Guild" {Ebenczcr^^ Ebcnczcr,^ Ebettczcr* yohn^ 
John^ Johii^)., son of Ebenezer and Hephzibah (Russell) Guild, 
born at Oxford, Mass., March 25, 1820, married Nov., 1841, Hannah 
Ann Levens, daughter of Erastus and Dolly Levens, of Dudley, Mass. 
He served in the New York Volunteers in the Me.xican War, worked 
in the mines of California three years, and was a lieutenant in the 
1 2th Pennsylvania Cavalry during the Rebellion. He died at Moss 
Bluffs, Fla., March 16, 1883. 

Child : 

1995 Oscar Loring,' b. Oxford, Feb. 21, 1843; m. Paxton, Mass., Nov. 24, 1S67, 
Nellie M., daughter of James ^L and Sarah E. (Pratt) Whittemore of 
Brookfield, Mass. She was born Oct. 17, 1849. He was a musician in 
Company E, 15th Massachusetts Regiment; is now engaged in shoe- 
making at Lynn, Mass. Child : 
(1996) Isadora^ \i. Paxton, May 12, 1869. 

1297 

Charles Austin Guild'' {Titnothy^ Ebcnczcr,^ Ebrnczcr* John^ 
Johiii yo/ui^), son of Timothy and Esther (Smith) Guild, born at 
Wrentham, Mass., Feb. 10, 1812, married Elizabeth Schioff. He 
died at Andersonville, Ga., Aug. 14, 1863. 



POSTERITY OF JOHN GUILD OF DEDHAM. 201 

Child : 

1997 Charles T.,' b. Franklin, Mass., Jan. 19, 1842; m. ist, Aug. 26, 1866, Mary 
Hortense Wales, who died Oct. 22, 1878; m. 2d, Worcester, Dec. 18, 
18S0, Cora Irene, daughter of George R. and Charlotte (.Starkey) Fair- 
field of Wrentham. She was born Sept. 25, 1854. Mr. Guild is a book- 
keeper at No. Attleborough, Mass. ; has been selectman, overseer of the 
poor, assessor and collector. Child : 
(1998) Charles Frank? b. Milford, Mass., Nov. 22, 187 1. 



1298 

LoREN Gushing Guild'' {Timothy^ Ebenezcr^ Ehaiczer^^ John^ 
jfolm^ y<?//;/^), son of Timothy and Esther (Smith) Guild, born at 
Wrentham, Mass., Dec. 15, 1815, married Harriet Warner, who was 
born March 3, 1822, and died April, 1873. He was a carpenter at 
Cumberland and Gloucester, R. I., and died 'at the latter place Feb. 
10, 1887. 

Children : 

1999 Harriet Fannie,' b. Nov. 27. 1837; d. May, 1882; m. Smith B. Keach of 

Harrisville, now of Brooklyn, N. Y. ; had three children. 

2000 Charles E.,'b. Oct. 13, 1839. He was an orderly sergeant in the Rebel- 

lion; was fatally wounded at the battle of Antietam, and died Sept. 17, 
1863. 

2001 Oscar Adelbert,' b. July 10, 1S41 ; d. Feb. i, 1842. 

2002 Emily Eliza,' b. Jan. 22, 1843; m. Woonsocket, R. I., Dec. 21, 1S69, 

Ebenezer, son of James and Mary (Bendall) King. He was born at 
Trowbridge Wilks, England, Sept. 11, 1845. ^^ '^ ^ merchant, and 
postmaster at Pontoosuc, Pittsfield, Mass. Children : {i) Charles Irvingy 
b. Harrisvilie, R. I., Nov. 25, 1871; (2) Henry Bendall, b. Pittsfield, 
April 19, 1873; (3) Mary Emma, b. Nov. 25, 1874; (4) Walter Job, b. 
Nov. 26, 1S76; (5) Frank Edmond, b. Nov. 23, 1880. 

2003 Delia Ellen, M3. Jan. 16, 1S45; m. John Hodges ; resides at Lockhaven, 

Pa. ; no children. 

2004 Loren W.," b. Feb. 5, 1849; m. ist, Annie Haynes of Scituate, R. I. ; had 

three children — all died; m. 2d, . He is now overseer in a wool 

sorting mill at Pittsfield, Mass. 

2005 Maria Jane,' b. Feb. 11, 1852; m. Irving A. Smith, who died . She 

resides at Harrisville, R. I. 
20o5 Oscar Downing,' b. May 6, 1S57; d. April, 1872. 

2007 Albert Franklin,* b. Burrellville, R. I., Nov. 5, 1859; m. Minnie, daughter 

of Henry and Rachel Falke of Webster, \Iass. Mr. Guild is a butcher 
at Lonsdale. R. I. ; has no children. 

2008 Winfield Scott,' b. Sept. 3, 1861 ; d. Oct. 3, 18^1. 

\ 

1314 

John B. Guild"' {Reuben^ Joseph^ Ebenezer,* John^ jfohn? JohtO-'), 
son of Reuben and Susan (Dunham) Guild, born in New Jersey in 
1801, married Jane McKinney, who was born in 1802, and died in 
1876. He moved from New Jersey to Cedar County, Iowa, and died 
there in 1885. 

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202 GUILD GENEALOGY. 

Children, born in New Jersey : 

2009 Reuben Dunham," b. 1822; d. Iowa, 1S85. 

2010 Judith Ann, "* b. 1S24; d. 1S82; m. 1842, Isaac Wvant, who died in 1S67. 

Children : (i) John G.. b. Ohio, 1843; d. 18S2. (2) Emma Jane, b. 1845. 
(3) George IV., b. 1S47; d. 1S68. (4) Frank C, b. Canton, Ohio, Oct. 
3, 1S49; '"• Sept. 10, 1877, Alice Halter, who was born at Washington, 
D. C, Oct. 7, 1849. He resides at Minneapolis, Minn. Child : {\)Frattk 
Charles, b, West Liberty, Iowa, May 16, 1879. (5) •^^'"J C., b. 1853; 
d. 1875. (6) Elizabeth //., b. Iowa, 1855; d. 1880. (7) Will //., b. 1S59; 
unmarried. (8) Anna Belle, b. 1862; d. young. (9) Otis Blair, b. 1865. 

201 1 John .McKinney," b. 1826; m. Sarah How. He is a farmer at Exira, Au- 

dubon Co., Iowa. Children : 

(2012) Daniel Leaiider,^ b. Stark County, Ohio, March 31, 1849; "i- ^^• 
Ayer, Iowa, Oct. 27, 1868, Anna I-^lizabeth, daughter of William 
M. and lllizabeth (Taylor) Wyckoff. He is a farmer at Carleton, 
Dickerson Co., Kan. Chilclren : (2013) Veste,^'^ b. Mt. Ayer. 
Jan. I, 1S70; (2014) ZillahF.,^' b. Feb. 27, 1872; (2015) Earl,^'^ 
b. Hopkins, Mo., .March 7, 1874; (2016) Charles^^ b. Carleton, 
March 24, 1876; (2017) Matis,^'* b. Carleton, Feb. 18, 1S78. 

(201S) Charles IVy is a marble dealer at Topeka, Kansas. 

(2019) ,9 m. J. F. Anderson, and resides at Galena, Kansas. 

(2020) Mary? m. Paine; resides at .Solomon City, Kansas. 

(2021) IVtlltatn? resides at Spear Fish, Dakota. 

2022 Susan Elizabeth,'* b. 1830; m. Howell. 

2023 Mary Jane,' b. 1839; m. Crees; resides at Atalissa, Iowa. 

1327 

Harvey Pond Guild"' {Lcwis^ Samuel,^ Ehcuczc}\'' yohn^ Johti? 
jtoJiii^)., son of Lewis and Sally (Wait) Guild, born at Stratton, Vt., 
July 22, 181 1, married Minerva Ann Gardner, daughter of Edward 
Thurston and Nancy (Martin) Gardner. She was born at Rehoboth, 
Mass., Dec, 12, 181 1. Mr. Guild is a farmer at Attleborough, Mass., 
and a member of the Baptist church at West Wrentham. 

Children : 

-j-2024 George Whitfield,^ b. June 8, 1S37 ; m. Nancy A. Phillips. 

2025 Henry Alden,* b. at Wrentham, March 6, 1839; m. at Pawtuckct. R. I., 
Dec. 3, 1863, Adaline Holbrook, daughter of Namon B. and Sylvia 
(Freeman) Carpenter. She was born at Attleborough, Feb. 7, 1846. 
^Ir. Guild is a farmer at -Attleborough. Child: 
(2026) Florice Adme,^ b. Jan. 11, 1870. 

2027 Susan Jane,"^ b. Sept. 4, 1841; d. July 9, 1857. 

2028 Julia Ann,^ b Jan. 2, 1S45; *"• J^"- '9> '^62, Henry H. Clark, and has 

children: (i) Lilla Phebe, b. July 12, 1S63, m. Jerry L. Wightman; (2) 
Susan Delmedia, b. Oct. 14, 1865. 
-|-2029 Charles Granville.' b. March 10, 1847; '■"• Delany S. Tifft. 
2030 Anestasia Elverah," b. June 27, 1852; d. Dec. 2, 1SS4. 

1329 

Daniel Bond Guild' {Lcwis,^ Samuel^ Ebcnczcr,* yohn^ yo/in,^ 
yo/i/i^), son of Lewis and Sally (Wait) Guild, born at Stratton, Vt., 
Feb. 22, 1817, married Nov. 20, 1842, Mary E. Rand, daughter of 
Samuel Rand. She was born i\Liy, 181S. Mr. Guild was a blacksmith 
at Franklin and Brockton : is now a farmer at Wrentham. 



POSTERITY OF JOHN GUILD OF DEDHAM. 203 

Children : 

2031 Francis Eugene,^ b. at Wrcntham, Sept 22, 1846; m. Adelaide F. Covell, 
of Neponset, Mass. He was kind and generous in all relations of life; 
a worthy member of Neponset Lodge of L O. O. F., and of Boston 
Commandery Knights of Honor. A prompt and efficient business man, 
was proprietor of an extensive hat and bonnet bleachery at Boston. He 
died January, 1880. Children : 

(2032) Grace Adelaide,^ h. I'&jt^. 

(2033) Emiline? b. 1877. 

(2034) brances Eugenia,^ b. 1880. 

2035 Mary Ella,« b. May 10, 1854; m. Horace Wilber of Neponset. Child: (i) 

Mary Frances, b. Dec. 10, 1S83. 

2036 Walter Bradford,'* b. June 27, 1855; m. August 9, 1884, Ada Florence, 

daughter of Joseph and Betsey R. (Weston) Haynes of Somerville, 
Mass. She was born April 2, i860. His father moving to Neponset, 
he attended the public schools, graduated at the Minot Grammar School, 
He early evinced a taste for mathematics and a proficiency therein, with 
inventive genius. At the age of twenty-one he opened a grocery store 
in Somerville. In 1882, he purchased "The Textile," a trade journal 
devoted to the interests of the manufacture of textile fabrics; in 1885 
this was united with the Industrial Record of New York, of which he is 
at present the New England manager. He has devoted much of his 
time in perfecting several ingenious and practical inventions, one of which 
is a self-calculating scale, an instrument by which the weight of any ma- 
terial can be correctly ascertained from a very minute sample, and the 
standard of yarn used correctly shown. He has an office in Boston,, 
residing at Somerville. Child : 
(2037} Vera Florence^ \). Sept. 25, 1885. 

1334 

Louis Adrian Guild' {Cyrus,^ Samuel^^ Ehenezer^^ jfohn^ yohn^ 
yohn^), son of Cyrus and Amy (Pierce) Guild, born at Franklin, 
Mass., Feb. 23, 1825, married first, Rebecca Smith; married second, 
Frulilla F. Stubbs ; married third, Lou C. Chipsted. Mr. Guild 
is a physician, judge of the county court, U. S. commissioner, and a. 
member of the Baptist church at Atlanta, Ga. 

Children by Rebeeca Smith : 

2038 Emma I.,' b. 1851, d. 1864. 

2039 Louis A.,"* b. 185S, d. 1874, 

2040 Charles A.,* b. 1861 ; lives at Binkham, Kansas. 

Children by Lou C. Chipsted : 

2041 George W.,' b. April 13, 1868. 

2042 William E.," b. April 25, 1871. 

2043 Henry A.,** b. June 23, 1873. 

2044 Emma J.,* b. Dec. 16, 1875. 

2045 Lewis A.," b. Feb. i, 1881. 

1338 

Allan Dexter Guild'' {Samuc/,^ Sajnuel,^ Ebenezer^* John,^ yohn^ 

yohn^), son of Samuel and Lepha (Haskell) Guild, born at Cumber' 

land, R. L, April 7, 1810, married Nov. 30, 1837, Abby Tabor, of 

Wrentham. He resided at Attleborough, Mass., and died there Sept. 

19, 1885. 



204 GUILD GENEALOGY. 

Children : 

-{-2046 Mortimei' Allen, s b. July 10, 1S39; m. Lucy A. Farnsworth. 

2047 Sarah Abby,* b. Sept. 27, 1S41; d. Feb., 1S51. 

2048 Emmons Dexter,' b. Sept. 11, 1843; m. June 26, 1870, Ella Josephine 

Krown. He is a jeweler at Attleborough, Mass. Child : 
(2049) Frank Emmons,'^ b. May 28, 1S81. 

2050 Edgar Wilson,' b. July 19, 1S47; m. Nov. 26, 1S68, Josephine A., daughter 

of Clark and Emeliiie Whitney of Albion, N. Y. She died at Provi- 
dence, Sept. 10, 1877. He is a jeweler and teacher of music at Provi- 
dence, K. I. No children. 

2051 Malzena .\.,* b. July 16, 1849, d. July 13, 18S5; m. Oct. 24, 1867, Chauncy 

Sherman. He died July 15, 1885. Child: (i) Edna Elvira, b. May 17, 
1870. 

2052 Minnie E. ,** b. July, 1855. d. Aug. i, 1S59. 

2053 Herbert \V./ b. July, 1857, d. Aug. 14, 1859. 



1339 

^" Thomas Nelson Guild'' {Sa))iHcI^ SmnucI^ Ebcnezer^^ John,^ yohn,^ 
Jfoh/i^), son of Samuel and Lepha (Haskell) Guild, born at Franklin, 
Mass., Sept. 17, 18 17, married Feb. i, 1841, Louisa A. Colbeth. 
Mr. Guild resides at Plainville, Mass. 

Children : 

.2054 William Samuel,** b. at Deerfield, N. H., Feb. 25, 1842; m. at Beverly, 
Mass., 186S, Julia Amanda, daughter of Joseph C. and Sally (Turgeson) 
Wallis. She was born at Beverly, 1851. He is a shoemaker at Wen- 
ham, Mass. Children born at Beverly : 

(2055) Alice Louise i^h. 1868. 

(2056) Estelle Hortense^ b. 1870. 

(2057) Wallace Everett;^ b. 1S72, d. 187S. 

(2058) Al>l>ie Friinces,'-> b. 1874, d. 18S4. 

(2059) ye/inie Alberta,^ b. 1876, d. 187S. 

(2060) Eugene Howard^" b. 1881. 

(2061) Mary Emma^ h. 1883. 

2062 Elizabeth E.,^ b. Jan. 30, 1844; m. George Barrows of Wrentham. He 

is a jeweler at Phiinville. Children: (i) George, (2) Charles, {,■},) Nellie. 

2063 Charles L,** b. April 29, 1S46; drowned July 9, 1865. 

2064 Maria D.,' b. Sept. r, 1848; died young. 

2065 Wilson A.,' b. July 28, 1850; m. Annie Barney; resides at Plainville, and 

has two boys. 
206S Maria L.," b. Oct. 31, 1852 ; m. Lovett. and resides at Beverly; two ch. 

2069 Henry F.,' b. Sept., 1854; m. Jan. 22, 1SS6, Mrs. Barney. 

2070 Mary,* b. 185S. 

2071 Emma A.,' b. March, 1866. 

2072 Thomas S.," b. Jan i8, 1870. 

1342 

George Otis Guild' {Samuel ^^ Samud,^ Ehenczer^^ jfohn^ John^ 
John^)^ son of Samuel and Lepha (Haskell) Guild, born at Wren- 
tham, Mass., March 6, 1826, married Harriet Atvvood Newell, of 
VVinchendon. He resides at West Medway, Mass., and has had seven 
children. 



POSTERITY OF JOHN GUILD OF DEDHAM. 205 

Children : 

2073 ^^^ Evelyn, 8 b. May 23, 1857 ; resides at Beverly. 

2074 George Lincoln,^ b. May 2, 1S60; resides at West Medway. 

2075 Eldora Florence, 8 b. Sept. 28, 1862 : died. 

1346 

Jonathan Ellis Guild' {Benjamin^^ Samuel,^ Ebenezer^* John^ 
jFohn^ John^)^ son of Benjamin and Lorinda (Lazel) Guild, born 
Oct. 7, 1823, married first, at New Hampton, N. H., Nov. 12, 1850, 
Sarah Ramsay, daughter of William and Sarah (Kelly) Ramsay. She 
was born at Randolph, Vt., in 1822, and died at Carlisle, Iowa, in 
187 1. He married second, Eliza A. Bartholomew. Mr. Guild 
graduated at the New Hampton Institute, entered the ministry, and 
was pastor of the Baptist churches at Groton Junction, Mass., New- 
ton, and Carlisle, Iowa. He is now engaged in farming at Carlisle. 

Children by Sarah Ramsey : 

2076 Lulie Ann Noyes,^ b. at New Hampton, Dec. 8, 1S51 ; d. at Rising Sun, 

la., March 8, 1862. 

2077 Martha Florence,^ b. at Martha's Vineyard, Nov. 28, 1854; m., 1880, W. 

H. Baker; resides at Altoona, la. Has three children. 

2078 Mary Frances," b. Nov. 28, 1854; m. at Des Moines, Iowa, Jan. i, 1878, 

Robert H. Wilkins, and resides at Altoona, la. Child : {\)Laivreiice A. 

2079 Ellis Benjamin,* b. at Newton, la., Feb. 8, 1S58 ; m. at Oxford, Neb., 

April 21, 1881, Olivia George, daughter of Thomas and Mary S. (Ar- 
nold) Rogers. She was born at Pulaski, Va., May 13, iS6t. Mr. Guild 
graduated at the Des Moines University and Iowa Eclectic Medical Col- 
lege; is now a physician and lecturer in the medical department of the 
Nebraska State University, residing at Holdredge, Neb. Children : 

(2080) Jonathan Ellis ^ died young. 

(20S1) Bruno Tlmrber? 

2082 Warren Lazell,* b. at Delaware, la., Sept. i, 1861; d. April 11, 1864. 

2083 Lewis Thurber Lazell,'^ b. May 5, 1864; m. 1884, Ruth E. Thomas. He is 

a clerk at Holdredge, Neb. Child : 
(2084} Ellis Darwin.^ 

Children by Eliza A. Bartholomew : 

2085 Mabel Elizabeth,^ b. at Carlisle, Oct. 4, 1S75. 

2086 William Alva,* b. Jan. 7, 1879. 

2087 John Early,* b. Aug. 22, 1885. 

1361 

Benjamin Haven Guild' {Jocl^^ Samuel^ Ebenezer* John^ John^ 
yohii^)^son of Joel and Eliza (Foster) Guild, born at Franklin, Mass., 
Oct. 31, 1829, married Oct. 23, 1851, Ann Elizabeth Cheever, 
daughter of Lewis and Clara (White) Cheever. Mr. Guild is a farmer 
at Sheldonville, Mass. 

Children born at Wrentham : 

20S8 Clara Viola,* b. Jan. 5, 1S55; d. Nov. 7, 1873. 

2089 Frank Haven,* b. Aug. 31, 1S57; m. May 15, 187S, Nancy E . He is 
a farmer at Sheldonville. Child : (2090) Elmer Haven? b. Mar. i, 1879. 
2091 Nellie Edith,* b. Sept. 4, 1867. 



206 GUILD GENEALOGY. 

1364 

Joseph Grafton Guild^ {JocI^^ Samuel,^ Ehetiezer^^ John^ John,^ 
jfolui^)^ son of Joel and Eliza (Foster) Guild, born at Franklin, Mass., 
Sept. 4, 1S42, married Nov. 26, 1868, Illeone E. Guild, daughter of 
Caleb M. and Julia A. (Arnold) Guild. Mr. Guild is employed in the 
manufacture of straw goods at Franklin. 

Children : 

2092 Lillian L,^ b. at Sheldonville, Sept. 15, 1S69. 

2093 Charles E.,^ b. at Franklin, May 29, 1875. 

2094 Edith M.,** b. Jan. 29, 1S79. 

2095 Chester L.,^ b. March i, 1882. 



1365 

Lawrence Winfield Guild^ ((^/Zzt'/- -/?.,« Otis^ Timothy,^ jfohn^ 
JoIdi^- jfohn^)^ son of Oliver R., and Mary (Chappell) Guild, born at 
Windsor, Ohio, Jan. 29, 1821, married first, Jan. 29, 1855, Orissa 
Easton, daughter of Orlando and Sally (Hunt) Easton. She died 
Feb. 25, 1862. He married second, July 24, 1862, Margaret Jen- 
kins, who was born in France. Mr. Guild is a manufacturer and 
dealer in harnesses, is a justice of the peace, notary public, and a 
member of the Congregational church at Dover, Cuyahoga Co., Ohio. 

Children by Orissa Easton : 

2096 Fayette W.,^ b. May 11, 1850. 

2097 Helen M.,* b. Apr. 22, 1S55; m. William Tiffals, resides at Parksville, Mo. 

2098 Alvin VV.,** b, July 4, 1S57; m. May 15, 18S2. Josephine, daughter of R. A. 

and Josephine (Quiniby) Washburn. He is a merchant, postmaster and 
a member of the Baptist church at Hawleysville, la. Children : (2099) 
Arthur Alden^^ (2100) /rfr/,'-* (2101 ) Carl} 

2102 Elmer 0.,s b. April 3, 1S60; m. 1886, Ida McCalpin. He is a clerk at 

Hawleysville. 

Children by Margaret Jenkins : 

2103 Laura O.,^ b. Jan. 19, 1864; d. Aug. i, 1865. 

2104 Emma R.,** b. March 13, 1865. 

1368 

Wellington Jay Guild' {0/ircr J^.,'^ Otis,^ Timothy," yohn,^ John,'^ 
John^), son of Oliver R. and Mary (Chappell) Guild, born at Meso- 
potamia, Ohio, Aug. 4, 1829, married, Dec. 15, 1853, Rosamond Eas- 
ton, daughter of Orlando and Sally (Hunt) Easton of Farmington, 
Ohio. She was born Dec. 24, 183 1. Mr. Guild is a dentist and pho- 
tographer at RoUo, Mo. 



POSTERITY OF JOHN GUILD OF DEDHAM. 207 

Children : 

2105 Everett Leroy,^ b. at Dover, Ohio, June 17, 1855; d. Feb. 6, 1S56. 

2106 Frank Duett,^ b. Sept. 30, 1S57 ; m. Nov. 29, 1882, Jennie Lemar. He is 

a photographer at Lebanon, Mo. Children: 
(2107) Frances Jane,'-* b. Jan. 9, 1S84; d. July 22, 1884. 
(210S) Augustus Jared," b. Dec. 7, 1885. 

2109 Emma Orissa,* b. Jan. 13. 1S62; d. Aug. 22, 1S82. 

21 10 Walter Cleveland,*^ b. at Cleveland, Ohio, July 11, 1863. 

2111 Mary Adelia,** b. Oct. 28, 1867. 

1374 

Charles Bingham Guilds (y^arius,^ Otis^^ Timothy ^^ John^ John^^ 
jfohti^)^ son of Jarius and Betsey M. (Phelps) Guild, born at Eagle- 
ville, Ohio, Dec. 30, 1849, married Dec. 15, 1875, Caroline Eliza- 
beth Smith, daughter of Horace A. Smith. She was born at Adams 
Mills, Ohio, March 26, 1851. Mr. Guild was in the employ of the 
Lake Shore and Michigan Southern Railroad sixteen years ; is now a 
messenger for the American Express Co., residing at 37 Fulton street, 
Cleveland, Ohio. 

Children born at Cleveland : 

2112 Mabel Amanda,^ b. Feb. 8, 1877 

21 13 Thomas Arthur.^ b. Oct. 13, 1878. 

21 14 Bessie Amelia,^ b. Oct. 25, 1883. 

21 15 Wilfred Albert.^ b. June 19, 1885. 

1384 

Consider Guild'' {^oel,^ jfoel^ Samuel,* John^ jfohn^ jfohn'^'), son 
of Joel and Abigail (Vaughan) Guild, born at Paris, N. Y., Dec. 25, 
1815, married first, Dec. 2, 1838, Phebe Ann Leavitt, who was born 
Jan. 6, 1819, and died Sept. 10, 1883 ; married second, Mrs. Theresa 
McCabe. He went to Michigan with his father, and aided in erecting 
the first frame house at Grand Rapids. After marriage he settled on 
a farm at Paris Mich., remaining until 1852, when he went into busi- 
ness at Grand Rapids, subsequently purchasing a farm at Georgetown, 
Mich., where he passed the remainder of his life. Through life he 
was known as an honest, upright man, possessing a genial and pleas- 
ant nature, and everywhere respected as a neighbor and friend. He 
died after an illness of four years, July 22, 1883. 

Children by Phebe A. Leavitt : 

21 16 Joel Consider,^ b. Mar. i, 1840. He enlisted as a private in the late war 

and was promoted to 2d Lieutenant, returned home and died at Cascade, 
Mich., Dec. 3, 1865. 

21 17 Henrietta Adaline,^ b. July 13, 1842; d. Aug. 23, 1S42. 

21 18 Georgiana Emeline,^ b. Sept. i, 1843; d. May 24. 1845. 

21 19 Ellen Marcena,** b. Sept. 13, 1S46; d. Aug. 8, 1847. 

2120 Gilbert Leavitt,^ b. April 17, 1850; m. Oct. 15, 1885, Eleanor M. Cham- 

berlain, who was born Aug. 10, 1856. He resides on his father's home- 
stead at Hudsonville, Mich. 

2121 George Burton^ b. 1853; d. at Georgetown, Mich., Nov. 30, 1865. 



208 GUILD GENEALOGY. 

Child by Theresa McCabe : 

2122 Estella Harriet,* b. Jan. 25. 1857; m. at Georgetown, Mich., Dec. 25, 1S79, 
Theodore Ternison, who was a farmer at Marion, Mich. Children : (i) 
Mabel Clare, b. at Iludsonville, April 5, 1S52; (2) Consider Guild, b. 
April II, 1 884; (3) Theresa Gladys, b. March 14, i886. 

1400 

Richmond Daniel Guild"' {Dariiel,^ Jocl^ Samuel* John^ Johu^ 
yohn^), son of Daniel and Rhoda (Parmelee) Guild, born at Paris, 
Mich., June 5, 1839, married Jan. 12, 1869, Susan McIntosh, dauj^h- 
ter of William and Ruth (Calef) Mcintosh, of Arlington, Wis. She 
was born at Penobscot, Maine. He was a carpenter and joiner at 
Union City and Grand Rapids, Mich., and died at Gaines, Mich., 
Sept. II, 1874. His widow and children reside at Ventura, Ottawa 
Co., Mich. 

Children : 

2123 Minos Chester,^ b. Burlington, Mich., Nov. 19, 1869. 

2124 William Elmer,* b. Union City, Feb. 9, 1872. 

2125 Richmond Daniel,^ b. Paris, Mich., Feb, 13, 1874. 

1401 

Albert Henry Guild' {Daniel,'^ Joel^ Samuel* John^ John^ 
John^), son of Daniel and Sarah A. F. M. (Howe) Guild, born Sept. 
7, 1844, married first, Jan. 22, 1864, Rowena Jane Wordem, who was 
born Feb. 15, 1840. He married second, at Hamlin, N. Y., Oct. 13, 
1S79, Frances Eleanor Brown, who was born at Marlboro, N. Y., 
July 30, 1854. Mr. Guild is superintendent of the poor farm of Kent 
County, Mich., and owns the farm in Paris where his father settled 
in 1836. 

Children by Rowena J. Worden, born in Paris : 

2126 Henry Marion,^ b. Aug. 26, 1866. 

2127 Grace,^ b. Mav 13. 1S69: d. Grand Rapids, Oct. 24, 1874. 

2128 Albert Henry,** b. June 19, 187 1. 

1419 

Horace Harvey Guild' {Edward,^ Joel^ Samuel* Johi^ Johu^ 
yohn^), son of Edward and Phila ( Harvey) Guild, born at Paris, N.Y., 
March 4, 1832, married at Grand Rapids, Mich., Jan. 23, 1857, Fran- 
ces Eliza Anderson. Mr. Guild is a farmer and dairyman on the 
homestead at Paris, Kent Co., Mich. 

Children born at Paris, Mich : 

2129 Frank Henry,* b. Feb. 23, 185S; m. Grand Rapids, July 7, 18S5, Emma 
Judic Lamareau.x, who was born at Huntington, Ont., July 2, 1S59. He is 
in the market business at Grand Rapids. Child: (2130J Boyd Anderson,^ 
b. April 21, 1 886. 



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POSTERITY OF JOHN GUILD OF DEDHAM. 209 

2131 William Elliot,*' b. Feb. 18. i86o;m. July 24, 1886, Henrietta Thome, who 
was born at Spring Lake, Mich., in 1S63. He is a plumber at Grand Rap- 
ids. Child : (2132) Vivian Etta? b. March 10, 1887. 

2133 Nellie,^ b. July u, 1S65; m. Paris, Mich., Aug. 1,1884, Herbert Doug- 
las Perkins. He is a farmer at Grand Rapids. Child : (i) Eihelynd Eliza, 
b. March 4, 18S6. 

2134 Clarence O.,^ b. April 19, 1874. 

1429 

Elijah Leroy Guild'' {Almond,^ Elijah,^ Samuel* jfohn^ John^^ 
yohn^), son of Almond and Miranda (Walker) Guild, born at West 
Winfield, N. Y., Nov. 27, 1826, married at South New Berlin, N. Y., 
March"* 9, 1858, Juliana Burlingame, daughter of Silas and Lois 
(Allen) Burlingame. She was born at Holmesville, N. Y., Aug. 17, 
1825. Mr. Guild is a hotel proprietor at Mt. Vernon, Iowa. 

Children born at New Berlin, N. Y. : 

2135 Almond Durell,^ b. Sept. 8, 1859; is a lawyer at Lincoln, Neb. 

2136 Eugene Lamotte,^ b. Sept. 9, 1861 ; is a bank cashier at Conrad Grove, la. 

1435 

Egbert Frederick Guild'' {Zclotus^ Elijah,^ Samuel^* jfohn^ yohn^ 
yohn^\^ son of Zelotus and Eliza P. (Butterfield) Guild, born at Wol- 
cott, N. Y., June 24, 1832, married at Fentonville, Mich., Nov. 24, 
1858, Harriet Yates Laraway, daughter of Henry B. C. and Kath- 
leen (Marcellus) Laraway, now residing at Detroit, Mich. She was 
born at Guilderland, N. Y., Nov. 5, 1834. He worked on his father's 
farm, attending the district and Lyons Union schools ; was a teacher 
three winter terms. He went to Detroit, Mich., in 1854, and was em- 
ployed as a clerk, carpenter and sailor; returned to Wolcott in 1858, 
and became a partner with his father in. the tanning business. Their 
establishtnent was destroyed by fire in 1863, being a total loss. He 
entered the army as a private in 1864, serving in the 65th New York 
Volunteer Infantry until discharged in July, 1865 ; went to East Sag- 
inaw, Mich., in May, 1866, working as assistant to the city surveyor, 
then entered into partnership with E. G. Goddard in the business of 
civil engineering and surveying. He has been city surveyor, chief 
engineer of several railroads, alderman two years, member of the 
executive committee of the Michigan Horticultural Society, a member 
and is now vice-president of the Michigan Engin eers Society. In 
1883 he engaged in the real estate and insurance business. Mr. 
Guild is a prominent member of the Knights of Pythias, and is now 
Past Col. of the 3d Regt. Mich. Brigade, U. R. K. of P. He has 
been special correspondent for several papers and has been identified 
with the Republican party since its organization, and is a strong 
believer in the doctrine of universal salvation. Mr. Guild has been 
of great service to the compiler, having collected nearly all the 
records of the descendants of his great-grandfather, Samuel Guild,* 
He has shown remarkable energy and patience. (See portrait^ 



210 GUILD GENEALOGY. 



Children : 



2137 Harry Lincoln.^ b. April 29, 1863; d. Aug. 27, 1S63. 

2138 Frederick William,* b. June 16, 1S64; graduated at East Saginaw High 
School; attended Michigan University; is now traveling salesman for the 
Michigan Paper Company at East Saginaw. 



1450 

Alpheus Eugene Guild^ {Davis,'' Cyrus^ Daniel* yohn^ John^ 
yo/i/i'^), son of Davis and Olivia ( Lyon ) Guild, born at Augusta, 
Maine, Oct. 27, 183 1, married June 27, 1S52, Abbie HAX^iAWAY 
Farmer, daughter of Isaac and Abigail (Hathaway) Farmer. She 
was born at 'J'emple, Maine, Jan. 22, 1S31. Mr. Guild was sergeant 
of Company E, 24th Maine Infantry during the Rebellion ; is now a 
farmer at Temple, Maine ; has been postmaster and R. R. station- 
agent. Five of their nine children died, aged 15, n, 7, 3, and 2. 

Children : 

2140 Flora Abby,s b. Jan. 30, 1S57; m. Pratt; resides at East Minneapolis, 
Minnesota. 

2141 Walter 1 )avis,'* b. April 30, 1S58. 

2142 Charles Eugene,^ b. Oct. 23, 1864. 

2143 Nellie Isabelle,^ b. March 17, 1869. 

1468 

Henry Franklin GviLiy (Za/>a/i,''' Richard^ Richard,'^ Josiah^ 7ohn, 
yo/ifi^)^ son of Laban and Sabra I). (Wightman) Guild, born at Ches- 
ter, Vt., July 25, 1839, married Nov. 9, 1868, Elsie M. Horton, of 
Eudlow, Vt. Mr. Guild is a farmer at North Chester, Vt.; has served 
the town as lister. 

Children : 

2144 Delia Sabra.8 b. March 20, 1S71. 

2145 Forrest Henry,*' b. May 20, 1876. 

2146 Dora Elsie,^ b. June 20, i88i. 



1469 

Martin Guild'' {Hermoti^ Alanson^ Richard,* yosiah^ John^ 
yo/in^), son of Hermon and Huldah (Knights) Guild, born at Chester, 
Vt., May II, 1S19, married first, May 12. 1840, Sophia T. Thompson, 
daughter of Timothy and Susan (Putnam) Thompson. She was born 
at Chester, Feb. 1, 18 17, and died Jan. 22, 1883. He married sec- 
ond, Mary Ann Blanchard, daughter of Sewell and Mary (Baldwin) 
Blanchard. She was born at Cavendish, Vt., Jan. 12, 1824. Mr. 
Guild is a farmer, and a deacon of the Baptist church at Chester, Vt. 



POSTERITY OF JOHN GUILD OF DEDHAM. 211 

Children born at Chester : 

2147 Huldah Sophia,^ ni. ist, Horace A. Davis; 2d, Calvin W. French; resides 

at Chester. 

2148 Hermon M.,^ m. Sarah Kingsbury; resides at Chester. 

2149 Harvey Merrill,** b. Nov. 29, 1850; m. Nov. 26, 1873, Florence Loranna, 

daughter of Isaac and Tryphena G. (Lovell) Rice. She was born at 
Rockingham, Vt., Feb. 9, 1853. Mr. Guild studied medicine at Chester, 
attended courses of lectures at Long Island College Hospital and Dart- 
mouth College, where he graduated in 1872; taught school at Bartons- 
ville, Vt., then practiced his profession at Cavendish, Vt., until 1873; 
took a post-graduate course at New York City, located at Felchville, 
Vt., until 1885, when he moved to Greenfield, Mass. Dr. Guild has 
been superintendent of the Baptist Sunday-school and the public schools 
of Reading, Vt., also pension examining surgeon from 1873 to 1885. 
Children born at Reading, Vt.: 

(2150) Frank Harvey? b. April 13, 1876. 

(2 1 51) Martin Louis? b. Jan, 2, 1881. 

1478 

Cyrus Munroe Guild'' {James R.,^ Joab^ Jaiftes* Josiah^ John,'* 
yohn^), son of James R. and Ahnira (Fisher) Guild, born at Pomfret, 
Conn., March 26, 1842, married at Rochester, Ohio, April 8, 1867, 
Frances Marion Fowler, daughter of George W. and Nancy (Alli- 
son) Fowler. She was born at Rochester, Ohio, Aug. 22, 1847. -^^ 
enlisted May 22, 1861, as private in Company A, 4th Connecticut 
Volunteer Infantry, and served until May 23, 1864. He participated 
in the battles of Hanover Court House, Mechanicsville, Gaines Hill, 
Fair Oaks, Malvern Hill, and others. In 1865, he went to Lorain 
County, Ohio; moved to Wood County in 1867 ; thence in 1880 to 
Richland, Montcalm Co., Mich. Mr. Guild is now a farmer and jus- 
tice of the peace at Richland (P. O., Riverdale), Mich. 

Children : 

2152 Nellie,8 b. April 28, 1868. 

2153 William Harrison,^ b. July 21, 1871. 

2154 John Russell,* b. July 12, 1873. 

2155 George Maurice, ^ b. June 12, 1876. 

2156 Fred Marion,^ b. Oct. 6, 1878. 

1521 

Newton Joseph Guild'' {Dan^^ TJwmas^^ Dan* yosiah^ yokn^ 
yohii^)^ son of Dan and Sophronia L. (Sias) Guild, born at Coventry, 
Vt., Nov. 4, 1843, married at Whitewater, Mich., June 24, 1874, Car- 
rie Fairbanks, daughter of William and Marilla (Jones) Fairbanks. 
She was born at Ira, N. Y., May 16, 1842. Mr. Guild is a farmer at 
Moresville (P. O. Brainerd), Crow Wing Co., Minn. 

Children : 

2157 Adak Sophronia,^ b. at Rochester, Minn., Sept. 4, 1875. 

2158 Daniel William,^ b. at Sumner, Minn., May 24, 1877. 

2159 Bernal Almond,^ b. at Rolling Green, Minn., Nov. i, 1880. 



212 GUILD GENEALOGY. 



1523 



Luther Guild^ {Dan,^ Thomas,^ Da/i,^ Josia/i,^ John^ yohii^), son 
of Dan and Sophronia L. (Sias) Guild, born at Coventry, Vt., Feb. 28, 
1848, married at Grafton, Mass., June 24, 1875, Constance Leonora 
Lord, daughter of John Proctor and Emily (White) Lord of Orange, 
Vt. She was born Jan. 28, 1852. Mr. Guild is a farmer at Coventry, 
Vermont. 

Children : 

2160 Raymond Lord,** b. Feb. 24, 1S79. 

2161 ^r.irion Edith.8 b. Oct. 23, 18S0. 

2162 ^^'al•ner Locke, ^ b. Dec. 30, 1882. 

1524 

WiNSLOW Berry Guild^ {Job,'' Thomas^ Dan,'' Josiah,^ John,^ 
yohn})^ son of Job and Zeruiah (Berry) Guild, born at Coventry, Vt., 
Aug. I, 1844, married March 26, 1870, Flora Amanda Wells, daugh- 
ter of Francis and Mary Wells of East Burke. She was born at Co- 
ventry, March 26, 1850. Mr. Guild is a prosperous farmer and stock 
raiser at Evansville, in the town of Bromington, Vt. He was one of 
the Presidential electors for Vermont in 1880. 

Children : 

2163 Francis Ernest,^ b. April 8, 1S72. 

2164 Beniice Athalinda,* b. July 17, iSSo. 

1526 

Philander Guild^ {Joh,^ T/i07nas,^ Dan* Josiah,^ John,^ ^ohn^), 
son of Job and Zeruiah (Berry) Guild, born at Coventry, Vt., Feb. 18, 
1848, married Feb. 15, 1873, Lucy Ann Wilson, daughter of John 
Wesley and Louisa ('Phurber) Wilson. She was born at Coventry, 
April 19, 1849. Mr. Guild is a buyer of country produce at Barton 
Landing, Vt. 

Children : 

2165 Fred Hugh,8 b. Feb. 23, 1876. 

2166 Julia Klhel,^ b. Sept. 14, 1879. 

2167 Harrold," b. Jan. 28, 1SS6. 



25tij!3t!) C!;rnciMtion. 
1548 

Loring Guild' {Ma/torris,^ Fc/ix,^ Samuel,^ ycrefniaJi,* Samuel^ 
Samuel^ yo/iii^)^ son of Manorris and Mary A. (Terry) Guild, born 
at Locke, N. Y., Feb. 13, 1S18, married Parmelia ]3utts. At the age 
of fifteen he entered a printing office at Ithaca, N. Y., and in 1838 
began publishing the Seneca Observer at Waterloo, N. Y. In 1S43, ^^^ 



POSTERITY OF JOHN GUILD OF DEDHAM. 213 

removed to Southport, now Kenosha, Wis., and for three years pub- 
lished the Southport Telegraph ; then engaged in general mercantile 
business there and at Lyons, Fort Atkinson and Madison, Wis.; was 
located at Lawrence, Kansas, from i860 to 1864, Uoonesborough, La., 
from 1864 to 1875, moved to Topeka, Kansas, in Oct., 1875, and died 
there Dec. 2, 1875. 

Children : 

2168 Edward Butts,^ b. at Seneca Falls, N. Y., Mar. 19, 1841 ; m. at Topeka, 
Kansas, Oct. 7, 1878, Ovella, daughter of Charles and Elizabeth A, 
(Morgan) Dunn. Siie was born at Zanesville, Ohio, March 12, 1852. 
He attended the public schools at Kenosha, Wis., graduated at the Wis- 
consin State University in 1859, engaged in mercantile business with his 
father at Lawrence, Kansas, and Hoonesborough, Iowa; is now a music 
dealer at Topeka, Kansas. Children: 

(2169) Edward Leslie ^^-^ b. July 25, 1S79. 

(2170) Hoivard,^^' b. Sept. 7, 1883. 

2171 Mary,^ died aged two years. 

1549 

Seymour Guild' ( Manorris^ Felix^ Samuel^ yeremiah^^ Samuel^ 
Saviucl^^ yoJin^)^ son of Manorris and Mary A. (Terry) Guild, born at 
Summer Hill, N. Y,, May 25, 18 19, married at Freedom, N. Y., 1838, 
Susan Melissa Price, daughter of Ruel and Susan (Barrows) Price 
of Ischua, N. Y. She was born at Sheldon, N. Y., Dec. 29, 1820. 
Mr. Guild is a harness maker, farmer and merchant at Sabinsville, Pa. 

Children : 

2172 Mary Jane,^ b. at Freedom, N. Y., May 26, 1841 ; m. Spencer, and 

resides at Willsborough, Penn. 

2173 Eugene Burdett,^ b. at Locke, N. Y., Nov. 27, 1845; ™' Frances A., 

daughter of Norman and Hannah (Nichols) Ashton. Mr. Guild served 
in Co. I, i8th New York Cavalry, in the rebellion, and is now a pen- 
sioner. He was postmaster one year at Monmouth, Kansas; is now a 
farmer at Sabinsville, Tioga Co., Pa. Children: 

(2174) Jessie E.}'^ b. at Belvidere, N. Y., Dec. 30, 1872. 

(2175) Seymour, '^'^ b. at Sandusky, N. Y., July 28, 1877. 

(2176) Harry,'^^ b. at Little Marsh, Pa., Jan. 6, 1880. 

2177 Dewitt Clinton,^ b. at Sandusky, N. Y., June 5, 1S47; resides at Mon- 
mouth, Kansas. 

2179 Harriet Emeline.^ b. at Arcade, N. Y,, April 27, 1850; m. Nichols ; 

resides at Knoxville, Pa. 

2180 Hiram Abiff,'-* b. at Knoxville, Penn., April 27, 1852 ; resides at Sabins- 

ville, Penn. 
2i8i Louisa Estella,^ b. at Sandusky, N. Y., Dec. 15, 1854; m. Wainsly; 

resides at Knoxville. 

1550 

Alonzo Guild' {Manof-ris,^ Felix^ Samuel,^ yeremiah,^ Samuel^ 
Samuel^ yohft^), son of Manorris and Mary A. (Terry) Guild, born at 
Locke, N. Y., Jan. 20, 1824, married at Mattville, N. Y., July 6, 1845, 
Olive Greenfield, daughter of Hiram and Maria (Lick) Greenfield. 



214 GUILD GENEALOGY. 

She was born at Locke, N. Y., March 15, 1824. He enlisted Oct., 
1863, in the looth New York Volunteer Infantry in the War of the 
Rebellion, took part in several important engagements, and died of 
disease at Point of Rocks Hospital, Virginia, Dec. 25, 1864. 

Children born at Locke, N. Y. : 

2182 Hiram Eugene,^ b. Aug. 20, 1846; m. ).,, • . ^ ^, t. ,. 

2153 Adelbert Manorris.' b. Oct 21, 1848; m. i ^" ''"•^^ ^iPj'T'^'^ l^T^^'^' 

2154 Franklin Darias,^ b. Oct. 23, 1851 ; m. ) <P- "^^ ^abinsville.) Pa. 

2185 Caroline Cordelia.^b. Nov. 15, 1S53; m. Mather; residesat Bixford, Pa. 

1559 

Squire Guild' (As/i/ey,'' Felix^^ Samuel,^ Jeremiah* Sajnuel^ Sam- 
uel^ John^), son of Ashley and Nancy (King) Guild, born at Locke, 
N. Y., July 25, 1824, married first, Samantha Bancroft; married 
second, 1850, Jerusha Doan, who was born at Clymer, Pa., Sept., 
1871 ; married third, at Knoxville, Pa., Oct., 1872, Amanda M. More, 
daughter of Philip S. and Mary F. (Woodbury) More. She was born 
at Jasper, N. Y., Feb. 28, 1853. Mr. Guild is a farmer, and a mem- 
ber of the Christian church at Jasper, Steuben Co., N. Y. 

Child by Samantha Bancroft : 

2186 Nancy Dora,^ b. Aug, 30, 1848; m. Grand Rapids, Mich., June 15, 1867, 

Dexter Dean Howard, who was born in Jefferson County, N. Y,, May 
25, 1843; settled at Grand Rapids, iMich. 

Children by Jerusha Doan : 

2187 Celestia R.,^ b. Chatham, Pa., 1S55. 

2188 James,3 b. Clymer, Pa., 1857. 
21S9 Charles E.,® b. Chatham, 1S60. 

2190 Milo J,,' b. 1863. 

Children by Amanda M. More : 

2191 Philip A.,'b. Clymer, May, 1876. 

2192 Seler S.,'-* b. Chatham, Jan., 187S. 

2193 Marshal L.,* b. Clymer, Nov., 1880. 

1565 

Aaron Wilson Guild' {Ash/ey,'' Fdix,^ Samuel^^ Jeremiah,'' Sam- 
uel^ Samuel^ Jo/ui^), son of Ashley and Lucinda (Hill) Guild, born 
at Locke, N. Y., Feb. 27, 1831, married at Moravia, N. Y., Sept. 25, 
1855, Mary Maria Sensbaugh, daughter of Peter and Maria (Brig- 
den) Sensbaugh. She was born at Moravia, Nov. 21, 1835. Mr, 
Guild is a farmer at Emerson (P. O., Lafayette), Gratiot Co., Mich. 

Children : 

2195 Frank Wilson,' b. Summer Hill, N. Y., July 7, 1856; m. Nov. 3, 1879, 
Alida Jane Mosher, who was born June 27, 1863, He is a farmer at 
Emerson, Mich. Children : 

(2196) Sena Mary}^ b. Roxand, Mich., May 24, 1881. 

(2197) Alva y.,^'^ b. Emerson, April 29, 1884. 



POSTEEITY OF JOHN GUILD OF DEDHAM. 215 

2198 Sarah Cornelia,^ b. Dec. 18, 1S57 ; d. Jan. 23, 1858. 

21-99 Rosella May /J b. March 16, 1859; in. March 3, 18S1, ; d. May 9, 1881. 

2200 Marselle J.," b. March 16, 1859; m. July 2, 1883, Lizzie Street, of Lafay- 

ette, Mich. 

2201 Ada Maria,* b. June 28, 1861 ; d. Aug. 21, 1883; m, Aug. 10, 1880. 

2202 Elmer Ellsworth,^ b. June 27, 1863. 

2203 Eva Estella,9 b. Chatham, Pa., Feb. 18, 1866. 

2204 Andrew Peter,* b. WoodhuU, N. Y., March 25, 1870. 

2205 Katie Dell,* b. Nov. 21, 1873. 

1566 

Emerson Guiles^ (^Ashley!} Felix^ Samuel^ yeremiah^^ Samuel^ 
SaniHcl^^ yoJui^)^ son of Ashley and Lucinda (Hill) Guild, born at 
Lock, N. Y., Jan. 28, 1835, 'iiarried at Moravia, N. Y., March 15, 
1856, LoRETTA Miller, daughter of Timothy and Abigail (Powell) 
Miller. She was born May 4, 1838. He is a farmer at Woodhull, 
Steuben Co., N. Y. 

Children : 

2206 Charles Hastings,* b. Summer Hill, N. Y., May 13, 1857; graduated at 

Williamsport, Pa., Business College. 

2207 Temperance Almira,* b. Pennsylvania, Aug. 2, 1863; d. Potter Brook, Pa., 

July 7, 18S6; m. Sept. 16, 1885, Charles Carr. 

2208 Sarah Jane,* b. Aug. 6, 1S65; m. Aug. 22, 1880, Edwin Smith. 

2209 Mina Roselia.* b. Jan. 18, 1868; m. Oct. 5, 1883, S. Corwin. 

2210 Veleda Cornelia,* b. June 25, 1871; m. May 11, 1886, Walter Smith. 

221 1 Vernon Emerson,* b. Aug. 15, 1874. 

2212 Maud Calfernia,* b. June 28, 1877. 

1615 

Norman Polly Guild' {ITermon^ Timothy,^ yeremiah,^ yeremiah^* 
Samuel^ Samuel,"^ yohri^)^ son of Hermon and Abigail (Polly) Guild, 
born at Mallorytown, Ont., Aug. 23, 1827, married at Louisville, N.Y., 
Feb. 7, 1852, Ann Rittis, daughter of John and Mary (Williams) 
Rittis. Mr. Guild is a carpenter near Warren, 111., and owns a farm 
of two hundred acres which he rents. 

Children born at Freeport, 111. : 

2213 Frank Ford,* b. Dec. 7, 1856; m. Sept. 12, 1880, Edna Earl. She was 

born Ju]v22, i860. He resides near Warren, 111. Child: [zzii^ Nettie ^^ 
b. Oct. 22, 1883. 

2215 Fred William,* b. Sept. 27, i860. 

2216 Fannie Eliza,* b. Sept. 27, i860; m. May 30, 1883, John Henry Deets. 

He was born May i, 1S58. Child : (i) Clarence, b. Aug. 7, 1884. 

2217 Charles John,* b. June 9, 1867. 

1657 

Alban Plumb Guild^ {yarvis^ Timothy ^^ yeremiah,^ yeremiah* 
Samuel,^ Samuel,^ yohn^), son of Jarvis and Abi (Andress) Guild, born 
at Mallorytown, Ont., Dec. 22, 183 1, married Sept. 16, i860, Sarah 
Flagg, daughter of Peter and Polly (Tufts) Flagg. She was born at 
Mallorytown, July 9, 1835. Mr. Guild is a mechanic, and a member 
of the M. E. church at Mallorytown. 



216 GUILD GENEALOGY. 

Children born at Mallorytown : 

2218 Sarah Lovina," b. Ju!y iS, 1861 ; m. Dec. 27, 1882, John Tufts; resides at 

ILiiiiniond, Iiid. No children. 

2219 Polly Ann,** b. Jan. 7, 1865. 

2220 Clark (Jsborn.'' b. Aug. 21, 1S66. 

2221 Stephen Alban,^ b. June 11, 1868. 

2222 Leman Andrew,^ b. July 23, 1878. 

1658 

William Andress Guild^ {yar7'is,'' Timothy,^ Jcrcvriah,^ jfcrcmiah^^ 
Saviuel^ Samuel^- John^)^ son of Jarvis and Abi (Andress ) Guikl, born 
at Mallorytown, Ont., Oct. 2, 1883, married June 7, 1856, Laura Mon- 
FORT, daughter of Peter and Harriet {\\'alt) Monfort. She was born 
at MaHorytown, May 5, 1838. Mr. Guild was a farmer, and a member 
of the Masonic fraternity at Mallorytown, where he, died Jan. 13, 1881. 

Children born at Mallorytown : 

2223 Martin Edwin,* b. July 16, 1857. 

2224 Anna," b. May 18, 1861. 

2225 William Hlanchard,' 1). Aug. 3, 1863. 

2226 Ilattie," b. Aug. 6. 1865; m. July 19, 1886, Charles IL Grafotte of Evans 

Mills, N. Y.; resides at Omar, N. Y. 

2227 Charles,* b. July 24, 1867. 

2228 Timothy,* b. March 18, 1869. 

2229 Henry, ^ b. Dec. 17, 1S70. 

2230 Kuby,'* b. July 29, 1873. 

2231 Irena,3 b. April 5, 1875. 

2232 James,* b. April 21, 1878. 

2233 George,* b. Jan. 3, 1880. 

1678 

George Everett Guild^ (Truman^ Everitt^^ Jeretniah^^ jcnviiah^ 
Sajiiuel^ Samuel^ yo/iti^), son of Truman and Elizabeth M. (Keen) 
Guild, born at Walton, N. Y., Nov. 9, 1850, married at Northampton, 
Mass., April 17, 1879, Mary Lyman Clark., daughter of Anson B. 
and Sarah (Sturdivant) Clark. She was born at Northampton, May 
23, 1850. Mr. Guild is a clergyman of the Presbyterian church at 
Scranton, Penn. 

Children born at Scranton, Penn. 

2234 George Clark,* b. March 18, i88o. 

2235 Anson 'i'ruman,'-' b. April 10, 1882; died young. 

2236 Everitt Burnham,* b. May 18, 1883. 

2237 Gertrude Elizabeth,* b. Oct. 7, 1885. 

Edwin Guild^ {Increase S.,'' Williain^^ Ebenezer,^ Ebetiezer* John^ 
yohn,^ Johii^), son of Iiicrea.se S. and Esther (Wolcott) Guild, born 
Bethel, Vt., Oct. 24, 1829, married first, Esther L. Knight, who died 
May 26, 1864; married second, at Concord, Vermont, March 2, 1866, 
Sophia Chase, daughter of George and Eunice (Abbott) Chase. She 
vi'as born at Concord, Vt., Oct. 4, 1832. Mr. Guild is a farmer, and 
superintendent of schools at Walpole, N. H. In politics he is a 
strong prohibitionist. 



pos':eetty of john guild of dedham. 217 



Children by Esther L. Knight : 

2238 Arthur E.,° b. Dummerstovvn, Vt., Aug. 2, i860. 

2239 Elmer,'' died young. 



Children by Sophia Chase 



2240 Norman,^ b. Feb. 7, 1871. 

2241 Esther Mabel,^ b. Jan. 12, 1874. 

2242 Eva Marion,^ b. April 19, 1S75. 



1973 

William Wolcott Guild'. {Increase S-^ Winia??i,^ Eheneze)'^ Ehen- 
ezer^ yohn^ jfoJui,'^ John^)^ son of Increase S. and Esther (Wolcott) 
Guild, born at Bethel, Vt., Aug. 23, 1S27, married at Fitzvvilliam, N. H., 
May 8, 1855, Eliza Jane Alexander, daughter of Ezra and Lucretia 
(Fuller) Alexander. She was born at Troy, N. H., Nov. 20, 1831. 
Mr. Guild taught penmanship several years in academies in New 
England and New York, was bookkeeper at Fitzwilliam five years, is 
now a farmer at Walpole, N. H.; has served the town two years as 
selectman, secretary and president of Walpole Farmers' Club, and 
Chief Templar of the Good Templars Lodge. 

Children : 

2243 Lora Evaline,^ b. Walpole, Feb. 3, 1856; d. Oct. 23, 1857. 

2244 Flora Lucretia,^ b. Fitzwilliam, Aug 20, 1858; m. May 24, 1S82, Arthur 

H. Bowman of Alstead, N. H., who died Nov. 25, 1885. She resides at 
Arlington Heights, Mass. 

2245 Julia Rozelle,^ b. Walpole, Sept. 23, i860; d. April 29, 1864. 

2246 Warren Wesley.^ b. June 26, 1865; is a baker at Brattleboro, Vt. 

2247 Elwin Ezra, 3 b. June 17, 1S68. 

2248 Helen Maria,^ b. Jan. 28, 1871. 

2249 Sylvia May,'' b. April 10, 1874. 

1981 

Oliver Arnold Guild^ {Caleb M.^} yohn^ Ehenezer^ Ebenezer^* 
yohii^ John;- JoJdO-), son of Caleb M. and Julia A. (Arnold) Guild, 
born at Wrentham, Mass., October 31, 1840, married Eliza Isabel 
Tucker, daughter of Benjamin and Caroline Tucker. Mr. Guild 
attended the public schools of Uxbridge, enlisted, 1863, in the 25th 
Mass. Vol. Infantry, promoted to corporal, and was discharged July 
13, 1S65, He is now a grocer at Somerville, Mass. 

Children born at Uxbridge : 

2250 Edgar Arnold,^ b. 1862; m. Jan. 27, 1886, Lydia P. Cofran. 

2251 Alice Luella,3 b. June 8, 1865; m. Sept. 16, 1885, Edwin Ely Bentley. 

2252 Frederick Bertie, '•• b. Oct. i, 1866. 

2253 Nellie Maud," b. Feb. 18, 1S74. 

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218 GUILD GENEALOGY. 

2024 

George Whitfield Guild^ {Harvey F.^ Leivis^'^ Scimud^^ Ehenezer^ 
jfolin^^ jfohn^^ jfohn^), son of Harvey P. and Minerva A. '^Gardner) 
Guild, born at Wrenthain, Mass., June 8, 1837, married at Atllebor- 
ough, Nov. 21, 1858, Naxcy Annie Phillips, daughter of Stephen 
and Almira (Cook) Phillips, of Valley Falls, R. I. She was born at 
Thompson, Conn., Oct. 14, 1838. Sir. Guild was employed over 
twenty years in a saw and grist mill at Seekonk, Mass.; is no.v a 
farmer, and a member of the Baptist church at South Killingly, Conn. 

Children : 

2254 Walter .•\ugustus,9 b. Seekonk, Nov. 6, 1S60; m. June iS, iSSo, Mary Etta, 
daughter of Noah and Abhie S. (Horton) Fuller, of Rehoboth. Mass. 
She was born Jan. 7, 1862. He is a farmer at Rehoboth. Cliildreii : 

(2255) Grace Evelyn,!'^ b. June i, iSSi. 

(2256) Harvey Simmons. i'^ b. May 22, 1S83. 

(2257) Walter Augustus, i'^ b. Feb. 13, 1SS5. 

2258 Charles Henry .^ b. Attleborough, July 2, 1862; m. Sept. 29, 1886, Annie 

F. Healy. He is eniphjyeJ with the State Pubiisliing Compiiiy at 
Boston. 

2259 Vesta Ella,^ b. Seekonk, April 13, 1S64, m. July 7, 18S3, Joseph Elmer 

Shippee; resides at Killingly. Conn. 

2260 George Francis, 9 b. April 20, 1S66; m. Dec. 23, 1SS6, Lena L. K. Meyer; 

resides at Rehoboth. 

2261 William Wheaton,^ b. March 8, 1869; resides at Moosup, Conn. 

2262 Rozella May Jane, ^ b. Aug. 6, 1S71, 

2263 Clarence Edward,^ b. May 3, 1875. 

2264 Fannie Helen, 9 b. June 26, 1S7S; d. Dec. 2, 187S. 

2265 Fannie Josephine,'-* b. Sept. 6, 1879. 

2266 Eugene Edmund, '•* b. So. Killingly, July 26, iSSi. 

2029 

Charles Granville Guild' {Harvey P. ^ Lavis,'^ Samucl^^ Ebcn- 
ezer* jfohn^ jfohn^- yohn^)^%ox\ of Harvey P. and Minerva A. (Gard- 
ner) Guild, born at Attleborough, Mass., March 10, 1847, married at 
Peoria, 111., Sept. 12, 1869, Delany SwazyTifft, daughter of Stephen 
P. and Eliza (Varney) Tifft. Mr. Guild went \Vest in 1S63, enlisted 
in February, 1865 in the 6th Regiment Volunteer Cavalry, and was 
discharged in November of the same year. He returned, and has 
since followed the trade of a wheelwright. He joined the State mili- 
tia in 1878, and has been an active member; is captain of a company, 
and received prizes in 1886 for the best marksmanship in the First 
and Second Brigades. He resides at Delavan, Tazewell Co., III.; has 
served as town trustee six years, and is clerk of the Baptist church. 

Children born at Delavan : 

2267 Charles Roy,' b. Oct. 9, 1870. 

2268 Claton Orre'n,'' b. Sept. 30, 1874; d. July 22, 1875. 

2269 Clinton Warren,'-' b. Sept. 30, 1874. 

2270 Lenie Ethel, ^ b. July 25, 1878. 



POSTEEITY OF JOHN GUILD OF DEDHAM. 219 

2046 

Mortimer Allen Guild^ {Allen Z>.J Samuel^ Samuel,^ Ebcnezer*' 
John? Johii,^ yo/in^), son of Allen D. and Abby (Tabor) Guild, born 
at Franklin, Mass., July lo, 1839, married at North Attleborough, Oct. 
20, 1 86 1, Lucy Ann Farnsworth, daughter of Ephraim and Lydia 
(Bartlett) Farnsworth, of Wrentham. She was born Aug. 23, 1843, and 
died April 4, 1887. Mr. Guild is a farmer, and resided at Attlebor- 
ough until 1885, at Barrington, R. I., until the death of his wife, then 
moved back to Attleborough. 

Children : 

2271 Minnie Ella,9 b. Attleborough, Nov. 9, 1862; m. Nov. 20, 18S2, John 

Thomas Inman. Children: [1] Roy Winjield, b. June 25, 1886; (2) 
Mary Kirk, b. Aug. 5, 18S7. 

2272 Hattie Emmeline/-' b. Wrentham, Feb. 26, 1865; m. July 22, 1882, Freder- 

ick Arthur Snow. Children: [\) Walter Frederick, b. July 10, 1883; d. 
Nov. 15, 1883. (2) Minnie Eslelle, b. Mansfield, Mass., Dec. 7, 1S85. 

2273 Arthur Allen. 9 b. New Hartford, Conn., Sept. 12, 1867. 

2274 Emily Maria, 9 b. Jersey City, N. J., Aug. 30, 1870. 

2275 Mary Louisa, 9 b. Providence, R. I., Jan. 26, 1872, 

1853 

William Elliot Guild^( William E .^ Elihii^^ Israel^ yacob,^ Israel* 
Sa77iuel^ John'^)^ son of William E. and Mary A. (Shipman) Guild, 
born at Colebrook, Ohio, May 7, 185 1, married at Wickenburg, Ari- 
zona, Oct. 30, 1876, Josephine Alma Simmons, who was born at Law- 
ton, Mich., June 18, 1852, and died Jan, 30, 1887. Mr. Guild is a 
telegraph operator at Florence, Arizona. He has been postmaster six 
years, and is now court commissioner of the second judicial district in 
and for the county of Pinal. 

Children born at Florence : 

2276 Nott Erwin,9 b. May 7, 1S78. 

2277 Edward,9b. April 14, 1880; d. April 10, 1881, 

2278 Roy,9 b. June 28, 1882. 



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POSTERITY OF SAMUEL GUILE 

OF HAVERHILL, MASS. 



iFirst <£fcncration. 



Samuel Guile,'* brother of John Guild, was for a brief period at 
Dedham, and appears to have been one of the first settlers of New- 
bury, but did not remain long, for in 1640 he was one of the twelve 
who settled Pentucket, now known as Haverhill. He was made a 
freeman by the General Court in 1642, and married Sept. i, 1647, 
Judith Davis, daughter of James Davis, one of the original settlers, 
and an emigrant from Marlborough, England. By careful examina- 
tion of the records we do not find that he was interested to any de- 
gree in town or church afifairs. In 1650, Samuel Gild made choice of 
land at Little River. In 1652, Samuel Gild received ten acres of the 
second division. In 1658, Samuel Guile enters into an agreement for 
the support of a blacksmith, and receives land in the third division. 
Samuel Gilde senior built a cottage about 1660, and in 1663 received 
land from the fourth division. He died Feb. 21, 1683. Part of his 
homestead still remains in the possession of his descendants. 

WILL OF SAMUEL GUILE. 

This is the last will and testimen of Samuell Gill though week /yet/ in his per- 
fit understanding. 

To my Son John I doe give my ox common lot as it is bounded with twoe ackers 
of medow lying in the pond medow between thomas whiters medow and daniel 
hendriecks medow with two commonadges. 

To my Son /Sam'/, I doe give my dweling hous orchard land agining thereto 
with the barn a pon it with two commonadges; with three ackers of land of ox 
conmion land lying over the way against my hous which I had of goodnian swan. 

To my son etram I doe give my olde lot with the medow agining theirto wher I 
did formarly live; with twoe commonadges. 

*The early New England towns were louuded by a sturdy, reverent and hard-working 
class of people, not many of whom had enjoyed the advantages of a liberal education, and 
consefjuently the early records cannot be called models of correct grammar or spt-lling. The 
proper J'.ames are generally very much twisted and distorted in their use, ami in tins respect 
the name of our ancestor at Haverhill shared the common fate. We find him jccorded on the 
records as Guild, Gild, Gilde, Guile and Gile, while the signature to his will is Guild or Gild. 
Most of his descendants are now found bearing the name Gile, except the posterity of his son 
John, who quite generally cling to the form of Guile. 

Haverhill was granted to Kev. Nathaniel Ward and others in 1640, and laid out by the Gen- 
eral Court in KJOT. It included a large portion of the territory now forming the townships of 
Salem, Atkinson, Hampstead and Flaistow, N. H., and Methuen, Mass., luitil 1741, when the 
boundary line between Massachusetts and New Hamjishire was settled. I'revious to this, 
many of the Gile fannly are mentioned in the records of Haverhill, and afterward in the 
above towns, though they may not have clianged their residences. For forty years, beginning 
with the year 1075, Haverhill sutl'ered from di'i)redation» of the Indian", and the inhabitants 
wer'' constantly on the alert for fresh attacks. Their houses were built so that they might 
bee jme garrisons at short notice, and the men always had their guns ready for use, even on 
hb Sabbath while at their devotions. 



222 



GUILE GENEALOGY. 



To my clafter Sarah I doe give my third devition lot lying beyand Spickel River ; 
by gooclrnan sachalls land, and my bed with all the furniture theirto; and lifty five 
pounds to be paied equally by my sons to /my dafter/ Sarah in corn and calell as 
can with in three years after my deses ; it is to be understood eighteen pounds six 
shillings eight pence a pece 

The fourth devishon land and the grate peace of medow lying in the pond medow 
with the Rest of the movables shall be equally devided amonge my three sons; and 
I doe mack my son John my exsecitor. 

/I give to my grandchild Judith Page five pound to be paid by my executors/ 

John Gill my son shall have hallf /the frut of/ the orchard for seven years not 
with sta[n]ing the formar guieft and I doe mack choisse of thomas Whittier sener 
and Stephen dow for to be oversers of the performance of my will, dated this i6 of. 
febery 16S3. 




Thomas Whittier i 

John Keyser > Witness 

WiM.iAM White ) 

The inventory mentions eight neat cattle, ten sheep, twenty-two 
acres oxe common land, twenty-five acres of pond plain, eighteen acres 
of pond meadow, dwelling-house, barn and orchard, three acres by the 
orchard, six commonages or common rights, one hundred acres of 
third division, upland and meadow, the fourth division to be laid out 
one hundred and eighty acres, loom, etc., one Bible — appraised value, 
£33^^ 6s. 

Children bom at Haverhill : 

2 Samuel,^ b. Aug. 30, i64S;d. Sept., 1675. 

3 Judith,- b. April 2, 1650; d. April 28, 1672; m. Jan. 21, 1671, Joseph Page. 

Child : (I) yu,/M, h. April 2S, 1672. 
-j- 4 John,- b. Dec. 8, 1652; m. Sarah Sutton. 

5 Hannah,'- b. Feb., 1654 ; died yiuing, 

6 Sarah,'- b. March i, 1657-S; m. Nov. 8, 1682, Peter Pattee, who was a shoe- 

maker, and probably the first to introduce that industry to Haverhill. 
Children: (i) Moses, b. July 28, 16S3; d. Nov. 11, 1683. (2) Beujiimin, 
b. Sept. 4, 1684. (3) Jdremiah, b. Nov. 3, 1685. (4) Samuel, b. Aug. 24, 
1687; d. Sept. 16, 1749; m. Elizabeth Prince. (5) ILmnah, b. June 13, 
1689. {(>) Mercy, b. Oct. 29, iGSg. {■]) Jemima, b. Nov. 27, 1693;" d. 
March 28, 1694. (8) Benjamin, b. May 15, 1696. 

-|- 7 James,'- b. Aug. 27, 1660; m. Ruth P.irker. 

-j- 8 Ephraim,- b. March 21, 1661-2; m. Martha Bradley. 



POSTERITY OF SAMUEL GUILE OF HAVERHILL. 223 



John Guile'^ (Saf/iue/^), son of Samuel and Judith (Davis) Guile^ 
born at Haverhill, Mass., Dec. 8, 1652, married Widow Sarah Sut- 
ton. He was the executor of his father's will, and was made a free- 
man at Newbury in 1678. In 1686, in open town-meeting, he charged 
Lieut. Johnson with attempting to cheat him by altering the bounds 
of land at Flaggy Meadow and taking in " near forty or fifty acres." 
A committee found that he and twenty others had trespassed upon 
the town ways. In 1694, for the sum of ^16, he offered the town 
" the side hill adjoining Great Pond," which offer was accepted, he to 
receive "one-third current money, one-third good Indean corn, and one- 
third good fat cattle tit for slaughter." He was a house carpenter, 
and moved to Preston, Conn., in 1700. In a deed given in 17 18, he 
is called of Providence, R. I., and March 31, 1726, Joseph Guile of 
Providence gave bonds as administrator on the estate of John Guile 
of Providence. 

Children, seven born at Haverhill : 

9 John,^ b. Sept. 16, 16S2; d. March i, 1683-4. 

10 Judith,-^ b. June 13, 1684. 

-j-ii Samuel,^ b. March 18, 1685-6; m. Mary Goppy. 

12 Hannah,^ b. March 5, 16S7-8; d. May 10, 16SS. 

-{-13 Benjamin,^ b. June 13, 1689; m. Phebe Uenison. 

14 Sarah, 3 b. June 11, 1692. 

15 Elizabeth,^ b. March 6, 1694-5; m. Jan. 26, 1721-2, Ebenezer Herrick of 

Preston, who was born May 17, 1699. Child: (i) Elizabeth, b. March 8, 
1725; m. Isaac Herrick, who was born Dec. 16, 17 19. 
-}-i6 Joseph,^ b. April, 1695; m. 



James Gile^ {Samuel})^ son of Samuel and Judith (Davis) Guile, 
born at Haverhill, Mass., Aug. 27, 1660, married Feb. 21, 1688-9, 
Ruth Parker. He died at Haverhill, April 29, 1705. The inven- 
tory of his estate mentions — home buildings and orchard, small piece 
of land near house, land at Jetts Lake, meadow at Pond Meadow, 
right in fourth division, meadow at Mistake, two common rights, 2 
young oxen, 3 cows, 6 young cattle, 13 sheep, 1 1 lambs, 5 swine, horse, 
mare, colt, carpenter tools, arms, ammunition, books, etc. — p^i6g. It 
was divided as follows : the widow one-third, Joseph one-fourth, Eb- 
enezer one-eighth, James one-eighth, Ruth one-eighth, Mary one- 
eighth, Elizabeth one-eighth, and Sarah one-eighth of the remaining 
two-thirds. 

Children born at Haverhill : 

17 Ruth,^ b. Jan., 1689-90, d. Nov. 11, 1729; m. Nathaniel Johnson of Haver- 
hill. Children: (i) Sarah, b. March 21, 1714-5; {2) Joseph, b. Feb. 24, 
1716-7; (3) Nathaniel, b. Nov. 18, 1718; {4) Mary, b, June i6, 1721; (5) 
RtUh,\), May 5, 1723; (6) Ebenezer, b. Aug. 14, 1727. 



224 GUILE GENEALOGY. 

+ iS Joseph,'' b. Nov. 2S, 1691; m. Mary Heath. 

19 Mary,'' b. .\pril 23, 16^4; m. Jonathan Clough of Killingly, Conn. 

20 Ebenezer,^ b. Oct. 7, 1695; m. Jan. 17, 1719-20, Mary Johnson. He was a 

brickhiyer at Haverhill, and died Mar. 9, 1 721-2, leaving an estate valued 
at £137- Children : 
(21J Hannah,^ b. January iS, 1720-1 ; m. July 3, 1746, Stephen Cross of 

Haverhill. Had seven children. 
(22) Abiah,^ b. May 7, 1722; m. Oct. 23, 1746, Thomas Duslin, Jr., of 
Haverhill, and settled at Salem, N. H. 

23 Judith,'' b. Nov. i, 1697; d. Jan. 8 1697-8. _ 

24 James," b. June 21, 1700. He died abuut 1754, unmarried, leaving property 

valued at £^33^ which was divided among his brothers and sisters. 

25 Elizabeth,'' b. April 20, 1702; m. John Fage. 

26 Sarah,'' b. Aug. 20, 1704; m. Nov". 29, 1729, Ebenezer Green of Killingly, Ct. 



8 

Ephraim Gile2 {Samuel^), son of Samuel and Judith (Davis) Guile, 
born at Haverhill, Mass., Mar. 21, 1661-2, married Jan. 5, 16S6, Mar- 
tha Br^vdley. He lived at Haverhill, and in 171 1 was "one of the 
soldiers supplied with snow shoes for emergency in case of attack by 
the Indians." He was probably the Ephraim Gile who cut the first 
way to Cheshire, and was admitted an inhabitant of Chester in 1720. 

Children born at Haverhill : 

27 Mary ,3 b. Feb. 11, 16S7 ; m. Jan. 15,1705-6, Thomas Clough. Child: (i) 

Ephraim, b. at Haverhill, Nov. 12, 1706. 

28 Hannah,' b. Aug. n, 1690; m. Jonathan Clough of Haverhill. Children: 

(i) riannah, b. Jan. 31, 1717-8; (2) Timothy, b. Feb. 21, 1719-20; (3) Lydia, 
b. May 20, 1721. 

29 Mehitable,'' b. Dec. i, 1692; m. Dec. 29, 1715, Nathaniel Johnson of Haver- 

hill. Children: (i) Lydia, b. Dec. 29, 1716; (2) Ephraim, b. July 30, 
171S; (3) Sdh, b. July 12, 1720. 

30 Sarah,'' b. Jan. 20, 1694-5; m. March 3, 1717, Samuel Davis. 
-{-31 Daniel,^ b. Dec. 10, 1697; m, Joanna Heath. 

32 Judith,-' b. May 3, 1700; m. Henry Green of Killingly, Ct. Their daughter 



juciiin,' u. i\iay 3, i/ou; in. iiemy uiccii ui jxiiiuijjiy, >-i.. i m-n .jauj^'-i*-. 
Judith married Lusher Gay, and a full account of her posterity is publish- 
ed in the N. E. Hist. & Gen. Register, vol. xxxiii, p. 54. 

Samuel;' b. Feb. 13, 1702-3; m. Sarah Emerson. 

"phraim,^ b. Aug. 15, 1705. In 1729, he bought of his father 20 acres of 
land at Chester, and in the same year bought 200 acres at Killingly, Conn. 
Jan. 28, 1730, he signed the church covenant at North Killingly, and 



bought a pew. 
-f-35 Ebenezer," b. Sept. 11, 170S; m. Lydia Johnson 



11 

Samuel Guile' {John^ Samnel^)^ son of John and Sarah (Sutton) 
Guile, born at Haverhill, Mass., May iS, 1685-6, married Mary 
GoPPV, of Preston. Possibly, late in life he moved to New York 
State. 



^ 



POSTERITY OF SAMUEL GUILE OF HAVERHILL. 225 

Children born at Preston : 

. 36 Marcy,* b. April 2, 170S. 

37 Mary,* b. Feb. 23, 17 10. 

-{-38 John,'' b. July 10, 17 12; m. Sarah Hodge. 

4-39 Abraham,* b. July 5, 1714; m. ist, Lydia Rea; 2d, Silence Herrick. 



13 

Benjamin Guile^ {yohn,^ Sajnucl^), son of John and Sarah (Sut- 
ton) Guile, born at Haverhill, Mass., June 13, 1689, married July i, 
17 19, Phebe Denison, of Preston, Conn. 

Children born at Preston : 

-f-40 William,* b. March i, 1722-3; m. Frances Palmer. 
41 Phebe,* b. Jan. 22, 1724-5. 



16 

Joseph Guile' {John^ Samuel'^\ son of John and Sarah CSutton) 
Guile, was probably born at Preston, Conn., about 1795. Nothing is 
known of him except that he gave bonds as administrator on his 
father's estate, and is called of Providence, R. I. 

Child : 
+42 Joseph,* m. ist, Elethan Harris; 2d, Mary Franklin. 



18 

Joseph Gile'^ {^yamcs^ Samuel'^), son of James and Ruth (Parker) 
Guile, born at Haverhill, Mass., Nov. 28, 169 1, married Jan. 9, 17 17-8, 
Mary Heath. He was living at Kingston, N. H., in 1742. 

Children born at Haverhill : 

+43 Moses,* b. Feb. 15, 1719; m. ist, Eunice Johnson; 2d, Mary Heath. 

44 Mary,* b. March 14, 1 721-2. 

-f-45 Jonathan,* b. Dec. 10, 1724; m. Lydia 

46 Sarah,* b. Aug. 4, 1727. 

47 Hannah,* b. Aug. 29, 1729. 

48 Obadiah,* b, Feb. 23, 173 1-2. 



31 

Daniel Gile' {Ephniim,'^ Samuel^), son of Ephraim and Martha 
(Bradley) Guile, born at Haverhill, Mass., Dec. 10, 1697, married 
Joanna Heath. He was a farmer at the foot of Sweet Hill in Plais- 
tow, N. H., and died there, aged nearly one hundred years. 



226 GUILE GENEALOGY. 

Children : 

49 Martha,* b. Dec. 17, 1726. 

50 Abigail,^ b. May 21, 172S; d. Sept, 6, 1737. 

51 Lydia.* b. Se, t, 7, 1730; d. Nov. 3, 1737. 

52 Rachel,* b. Feb. 2, 1731-2; d. Sept. 25, 1737. 

53 Joanna,* b. Nov. 4, 1733; '"• '755- I^-i^'d Roberts of Plaistow. Children: 

(1) Rachel, b. Oct. 15, 1775; (2) /lanuah, b. Nov. 16, 1777. 
+54 Nathan,* b. April 5, 1736; in. Ruih Dow. 
4-55 Daniel,* b. Dec. 6, 1739; ni. ist, Williams; 2d, Hannah Whittier; 3d, 

Patience Roberts. 
56 Mary,* b. Oct. 12, 1741; m. Hadiey. 

-|-57 Ezekiel,* b. March 12, 1743; m. ist, Gertrude Davis; 2d, Pecker. 

-4-58 Stephen,* b. 1744; m. Ruth Davis. 

59 Abiah,* b. 1746; m. Heath of Sutton, N. II. 

60 Susannah,* b. Feb. 15, 1750; m. John Tucker of Plaistow. 

61 Ephraim,* b. April 9, 1752; m. Lois Currier. He lived at Sanford, Me., in 

1777, and tor several years at Sutton, N. IL, where he died in 1S20. His 
heirs, and probably children, were : (62) Ztriah^^ (63) Daniel^" (64) KtUh^ 
(65) Th€odata° (66j Lois," (67 j J/ar>',*' died, unmarried. 



33 

Samuel Guile^ (Ephraim,^ Samut-/^), son of Ephraim and Martha 
(Bradley) Guile, born at Haverhill, Mass., Feb. 13, 1702-3, married 
Sarah Emersln, probably dau^iier of Benjamin and Sarah (Phil- 
brick) Emerson. She was born in 1708, and died Sept. 10, 1804. He 
was called of Ciiesier in 1723, ot Haverliill in 1731, and died at 
Haverhill Dec. i, 1775. 

ABSTRACT OF HLS WILL, 

Made Feb. 21, 1769, and proved March 4, 1776. Gave son Ephraim ;i^i3 6s. Sd. 
son Asa, a close of 6 acres; son Samuel, ;^i ; son James, 6 shillings; son Amos, 
one-half the homestead and one-hali the wood lot in Plaistow; son James, one-half 
the homestead and one-half the wood lot in Plaistow; heirs of Hannah Cross, 
deceased, £1^06. Sd.; daughter Abigail, ^26 13s. 4d. ; daughter Anna, ^26 13s. 4d.; 
sons Amos and James, ten acres in Plaistow. 

The Inventory mentions a Bible, psalm-book, other books, 2 pair cattle, 4 year 
olds, horse, 3 cows, one two year old hciler, 2 one year old heifers, 10 ewes and 
lambs, and 3 cheese. Total value of estate, £6^4 iSs. 

Children born at Haverhill : 

63 Hannah,* b. Nov. 10, 1727; m. Cross. 

+69 Ephraim,* b. May i, 1730; m. Sarah Simons. 

70 Benjamin,* b. Sept. 21, 1732. He is not mentioned in his father's will, 

-\-ji Asa.* b. Jan. 12, 1734-5; m. Sarah Nealley. 

4-/2 Samuel.* b. March 22, 1736-7; m. Phebe Kezar. 

-(-73 John,* b. Jan. 4, 1739-40: m. Mary Nealley. 

74 Reuben,* b. Fel>. 22, 1741--2 He is not mentioned in his father's will, 

75 Abigail,* b. Nov. 13, 1744. 
70 Anne,* b. April 19, 1747. 

+77 Amos,* b. June 10, 1749; m. Ruth Foster. 
-\-/S James,* b. Feb. 25, 1752; m. Deborah Emerson. 



POSTERITY OF SAIMUEL GUILE OF HAVERHILL. 227 

35 

Ebenezer Gile' {Ephraim^ Samuel'^), son of Ephraim and Martha 
(Bradley) Guile, born at Haverhill, Mass., Sept. ii, 1708, married 
June 6, 1731-2, Lydia Johnson. Her father and mother were both 
killed by the French and Indians at the attack on Haverhill, Aug. 29, 
1708. When the mother was slain, she held in her arms her only 
child Lydia, a year and six days old, born in the second year of her 
marriage. The child strangely escaped the tomahawk, concealed per- 
haps in the folds of her dress, grew to womanhood, and in her twenty- 
fifth year married Ebenezer Gile. He moved from Haverhill to 
Hampstead in 1740; thence to Henniker in 1765; thence to Hop- 
kinton, N. H., where he died about 1775. ^^^ widow died at Enfield 
in 1 78 1. In 1743, he signed a petition to be set off from Kingston 
to Hampstead. He was a large speculator in lands, and in the deeds 
is called a " trader." 

Children : 

79 Timothy,* b. Feb. 16, 1732-3; d. March 2, 1732-3. 

80 Ruth,* b. Jan. 12, 1733-4; d. Jan. 18, 1733-4- 

81 Thomas,* b. Nov. 19, 1734; d. Jan. 17, 1735. 

82 Anna,* b. Jan. 16, 1735-6. 

83 Abigail,* b. March 13, 1737-8. 

4-84 Joshua,* b. April 9, 1740; m. Hannah (Dustin ?). 

-i-85 Noah,* b. about 1743; m. Elizabeth Howe. 

86 Lydia,* b. about 1750. 

-j-87 Johnson,* b. about 1752; m. Hannah Jewell. 



iFouttfj <25fcn0ration, 
38 

John Guile* {Samuel,^ yohn^ Samuel^), son of Samuel and Mary 
(Goppy) Guile, born at Preston, Conn., July 10, 17 12, married Nov. 5, 
1735, Sarah Hodge. 

Children born at Preston : 

-f-88 Samuel,^ b. July 17, 1736; m. Lydia Geer. 

89 John,& b. April 6, 173S ; d. July 23, 1739. 

+90 John,^ b. Jan. 19, 1739; m. ist, Sarah Kea; m. 2d, Freelove Elliot.. 

91 Sarah,^ b. May 8, 1742. 

92 Eunice,^ b. Mar. 21, 1744. 

-|-93 Elisha,^ b. Dec 9, 1745 i ^' Abigail Rea. 

-i-94 Abel,5b. Jan, 3, 1747-8; m. Phenia Whitney. 

95 Lois,* b. Feb. 6, 1750. 

96 Huldah,* b. July 24, 1752. 



228 GUILE GENEALOGY. 

39 

Apraham Guile* (Samuc/,^ yoJui^ Saviucl'^)^ son of Samuel and 
Mary (Goppy) Guile, born at Preston, Conn., July 5, 1714, married 
first, June 11, 1741, Lydia Rea, who died Oct. 19, 1746; married 
second, April 21, 1747, Silence Herrick. 

Child by Lydia Rea, born at Preston : 

97 Lydia.f'b. July 28, 1743, 

Children by Silence Herrick, born at Preston : 

98 Mary,^ b. Mar. 13, 1749; died young. 

-|-99 Joseph,* b. Dec. 10, 1751; m. Sarah Herrick. 
100 Anne,* b. Aug. 28, 1754; died young. 
loi Mary,* b. Dec. 25, 1750; probably married Capt. Daniel Herrick, and had, 

(i) Phebe, (2) Nathan, (3) Prisalla, (4) Daniel, (5) Martha, (6) Kufus, (7) 

Benjamin, (8) William, (9) Amos. 
102 Anne,* b. Nov, 15, 1759. 

40 

William Guile* {Benjamin^ yohn^ Samiid'^)^ son of Benjamin 
and Phebe (Denison) Guile, born at Preston, Conn,, March i, 1722-3, 
married Frances Palmer of Stonington, Conn. He was admitted a 
freeman at Hopkinton, R, I,, June 7, 1757. 

Child : 
-f-103 Benjamin,* b, ; m. Ruth Davis. 

42 

Joseph Guile* (^jfoscph^ jfohii^ Satnucl'^)^ son of Joseph and 
( ) Guile, , married first Elethan Harris ; married second, 

at South Scituate, R. L, Dec. 24, 1758, Mary Franklin, daughter of 
Philip Franklin. He is called Joseph jr., of Scituate. In his will, 
dated March 17, 1781, he gives Joseph, son of Elethan, ;!^io and his 
mother's portion, all that her father gave her, ard maintained him until 
he was seven years old. He died at South Scituate, Aug. 5, 17S5. 

Child by Elethan Harris : 
-I-104 Joseph,^ m. 

Children by Mary Franklin, born at South Scituate : 

-{-105 John,* b. April 17, 1759; m. 

106 Sarah.* b. Aug. 14, 1761. 

107 Mary,* b. Nov. 6, 1763. 

108 Benjamin,* b. May 27, 1766. 

109 George,* b. June 20, 1768, 
no Philip,* b, July 23, 1777. 



POSTERITY OF SAMUEL GUILE OF HAVERHILL. 229 

43 

Moses Gile^ (^yoseph^ jfames^ Samuel'^'), son of Joseph and Mary 
(Heath) Gile, born at Haverhill, Mass., Feb. 15, 1719-20, married first, 
Nov. II, 1741, Eunice Johnson; married second, Mary Heath, who 
died June 6, 1795, aged 67. He was a farmer at Hampstead, N. H. In 
1755, he moved to Weare, N. H., where he remained until 1770, when 
he sold his farm of 130 acres and went to Chester, Vt. At a town- 
meeting held May 19, 1772, he was chosen fence viewer, and in 1779, 
is recorded as a freeman. In 1775, ^ convention assembled at West- 
minster to consider the troublesome state of the country, and he was 
chosen one of the standing committee to keep the county informed of 
the doings of the friends of liberty in the different colonies, and took 
an active part in the events which preceded the Revolution. He 
owned a farm of rich bottom land on the Williams river, which is now 
owned by Hermon M. Guild. In 1781 he was town collector, and at 
the time of his decease, which occurred Feb. 14, 1786, was undoubt- 
edly the wealthiest man in Chester, his estate being valued at ;^i6o. 

Child by Eunice Johnson : 
-)-iii Moses,^ b. Feb. i, 1742-3; m. Elizabeth Gilkey. 

Children by Mary Heath : 

-f-ii2 Amos,5 b. 1749; m. ist, Silence Ranney; m. 2d, Dorothy Curtiss. 

-j-113 Nathan,* m. Lydia Earl. 

1 14 Abner,* was a constable at Chester in 1784; moved to Ohio. 

4-115 Ephraim,'^ m. Philena Wright. 

116 Stephen,* lived at Chester, Vt. 

117 Thomas,* lived at Chester. 

118 James,* b. 1767, d. June 28, 1788. 

119 Eunice,* m. Oct. 27, 1779, Daniel, son of Ephraim Ranney of Westmin- 

ster, Vt. 

120 Mary.* 



45 

Jonathan Gile* {Joseph^ y.mics^ Samuel'^\ son of Joseph and 
Mary (Heath) Gile, born at Haverhill, Mass., Dec. 10, 1724, married 
Lydia . In 1743 he was one of the petitioners to be set off 

from Kingston to Hampstead. We have been able to find only one 
child. 

Child : 
-|-I2i Jonathan,* b. April, 1740; m. Sarah Sherburne. 



230 GUILE GENEALOGY. 

54 

Nathan Gile* {Daniel^ Ephrahn,^ Saviiiel^), son of Daniel and 
Joanna (Heath) Gile, born at Plaistow, N. H., April 5, 1736, married 
Ruth Dow. JHe was a cooper at Plaistow, and died there previous 
to 1784. 

Child : 
+122 A son.* 



55 

Daniel Gh.e^ {Daniel,^ Ephrahn?' Samuel'^)^ son of Daniel and 
Joanna (Heath) Gile, born at Haverhill, Mass., Dec. 6, 1739, married 
first, Williams ; married second, Feb. 18, 1805, Hannah Whit- 
tier; married third, Dec. 25, i8i8, Patience Roberts. He was a 
hunter, somewhat famous in his day, and about 1755 became the first 
settler of Alfred, Maine, in that part of the town known as the Gile 
neighborhood. He died aged ninety-two. 

Children born at Alfred, Maine. 

-I-123 Stephen,* b. 1766; m. Joanna Thing. 

-)-i24 Thomas,^ m. ist, Joanna Smith ; 2d, Polly Shackley; 3d, 

125 Simon,* married and had a large family of children. Among them were : 
(126) Z>a;m-/,6 {\2j) John,^' (12Z) Joseph,^ (12^) Simon, ^ (1^0) Matilda,^ 
(131) Susan, '^ (132) Mary.^ 
-f-133 John,* m. Hannah Roberts. 

134 Ruth,* m. Daniel, son of Nathaniel and Abigail (Dodge) Conant, of Alfred. 

He was born April, 176S, and died Sept. 14, 1S07. Children : (i) Ivory, 

b. Aug. 31, 1795; d. 1S41, unmarried. (2) Abigail, b. June i, 179S; d. 

1810. (3) Daniel, b. March 5, iSoi ; d. 1842; m. Williams. (4) Louisa, 

b. July 2, 1805; m. James Griffin. 

13s Adelia,* d. Sept. 30, 1842; m. Joshua Conant, who was born April 7, 1764, 

and died Oct. 4, 1842. Children : 

(i) Ruth (Conant), b. Oct. 8, 1787; m. Nov. 12, 1S09, Richard Thompson 

of Kennebunk, Me. Children: (I) Caleb, (H) Daniel, (HI) Franklin. 

(2) Nathaniel {Q,o\\7m\.), b. Dec. 15, 1789; d. April 6, 1834; m. Rachel 

Dodge, who was born at Beverly, Mass., May 29, 1790, and died Sept. 
27, 1867. He was a farmer at Shapleigh, Me. Children : (I) Amanda, 
b. Oct. 5, 1818. (H) Charles, b. April i, 1821; m. Drusilla Russell. 
He is a farmer at Shapleigh, Me. (HI) Nathan Dodge, b. April i, 
1S25. (IV) Mary A., b. June 24, 1S28. 

(3) Hephsibath {!Zm\2i\\\.),h. Nov. 15, 1791 ; m. ist, Benjamin Dunnell, a 

lawyer of Wells; 2d, William Dunnell of Wells; 3d, Luther Emerson 
of Parsonsfield. 

(4) Theodate (Conant), b. Sept. iS, 1793; t"- Abiel Farnum of Alfred. Chil- 

dren : (I) George, (H) Charles, (HI) William, (IV) Delia, (V) Har- 
riet, (VI) Lucy. 

(5) Joshua (Conant) b. Aug. i, 1796; m. ist, 1S24, Theodate Trafton; 2d, 

1S30. Rebecca Fogg. He resides at Brookline, Mass. Children : (I) 
Lydia Ann, b. Oct. 2, 1824; d. Jan. 10, 1837. (II) William G., b. 
May 28, iS27;d. March 5, 1849. {\\l) Mercy Jane, b. Dec. 26, 1830; 
d. March 26, 1833. (IV) Mary H., b. Jan. 28, 1833. (V) Edward 
Card, b. April 29, 1S35 ; d. Sept. 29, 1879. (VI) Nathaniel, b. March 



POSTERITY OF SAMUEL GUILE OF HAVERHILL. 231 

26, 1837 ; m. Susan J. Came. He resides at Brookline, Mass. Child : 
(A) Susan M , b, June 11, 1870; (H) Lizzie, b. Aug. 6, 1871. died 
young; (C) Rosa, b. Feb. 20, 1875, died young. (VII) John R., b. 
March 11, 1839; d. Sept. 4, 1840. (VI II J Lydia Ann, b. Dec. 17, 
1840. 

(6) Z)rt;«>/ (Conant). b. May 7, 1798; m. ist, Amy Wiggin; 2d, Paulina 

Hasty. Child : (I) Ellen, residence Alfred. 

(7) Abigail (Conant) b. March 20, 1800; m. John Roberts of Lyman. 

(8) Williant Green (Conant), b. Dec. 25, 1806; m. Hannah J. Herrick. He 

is a retired merchant at Alfred, Me. Child : (I) William Henrv, b. 
May 20, 1830; m. Mary E. Davis. He is treasurer of the P. & R. 
R.R., and resides at Portland, Me. Children : (A) Emma L., b. Aug. 
14, 1862; (B) William G., b. Nov. 6. 1866, d. Aug. 8, 1880; (C) 
Ellen M.,b. April 19, 1S69. 

(9) TV/cwr^j C//^ (Conant), b. Dec. 15, 1815; moved to Kansas. Children: 

(I) Susan, (II) John. 



57 

EzEKiEL GiLE* {Daniel^ Ephraim^ Samuel'^), son of Daniel and 
Joanna (Heath) Gile, born at Plaistow, N. H., March 12, 1743, mar- 
ried first, Gertrude Davis, daughter of Benjamin Davis of Plaistow; 
married second, widow Pecker. Major E;;ekiel Gile was a man of 
great worth and superior talents ; for years he was chosen moderator 
at the town -meetings in Plaistow, and his papers show that he had a 
great amount of public business. He was an officer in the Revolu- 
tionary war, an ardent patriot, he did much in recruiting for the army 
and helping the cause. 'In the field he was a subordinate to General 
Sullivan. His pocket diary, now in possession of one of his descend- 
ants, contains accounts of moneys raised and expended by the state 
in paying soldiers. It sometimes records passing events; under date 
of May 19, 1780, it says: " Wase the Darkes Day that Ever wase 
nown and ye nite also it Begun about 10 of ye Clock and grew Darker 
By Degres til it Wase Sow Dark that We Wase Oblige to Lite a 
Candel." He was a very large man with soldierly bearing, a devout 
orthodox, and one of the trustees of Atkinson Academy. He lived 
to be 85 years of age. 

Children : 

136 Benjamin,^ b. Oct. 30, 1763, d. 1834; m. Huldah Southwick. He was a 

celebrated school master of the old style, famous for teaching schools 
from which other masters had been turned out. He was short and stout 
in stature, very blunt and rough, but with a good heart and Strong mind. 
In his old age he lived at Danvers, Mass., did some public business, and 
left a good property. 

137 Lydia,* b. Nov. 17, 1765, d. 1795; unmarried. 

-f-138 Richard Cheney,* b. Nov. 19, 1767; m. Mary G. Jones. 
-{-139 David,* b. July 13, 1770; m. ist, Sally Ayer; 2d, Anna Goodwin ; 3d, Susan 
Bruce ; 4th, Eaton. 

140 True,* b. April 25, 1773; ""• Mary Savory. 

141 Susan,* b. April 28, 1776; m. Benjamin Davis, lived at Plaistow. Children: 

(i) Eliza, b. Sept. 8, 1801; (2) Jj/in, b. Sept. i, 1802. 
+ 142 Samuel,* b. July 23, 1778; m. Mary II. White. 
143 Ruth,* b. Oct. 13, 1780; m. David Bartlett. 



232 GUILE GENEALOGY. 

144 Hannnh,^ b. Nov. 7, 17S2; m. John Sargent of Hill, N. H. 

145 Tainar,'' b. July 30, 17S5; m. Robert Sargent of Haverhill. 

146 Rachel,'' b. Sept. 14, 17S7; m. John Harriinan of Canterbury. Children 

born at Plaistow : (i) Caroline, b. Jan. [4, 1805; (2) John, b. Jan. 25, 
iSoS; (3) Elhibdh, b. April 22, iSio; (4) Sarah, b. Dec. iS, 1S13; (5) 
Clarinda, b. May 4. 1824; (6) ffadasha, b. July 8, 1827. 

147 Ezekiel,'' b. Jan. 16, 1794; d. 1S03. 

58 

Stei'HEx Gile* {Dxnicl^ Ephraim? Samuc/'^), son of Daniel and 
Joanna (Heath) Gile, born at Plaistow, N. H., married Ruth Davis, 
daughter of Benjamin Davis. He was a cooper at Plaistow, and died 
there about 1789. Administration was granted his widow, Feb. 18, 
1789, and administrator dc bonis nan to Daniel Gile, who settled the 
estate, Nov. 27, 1797. 

Children : 

14S Nicholas,'' b. Sept. 7, 1771 ; was a cooper at Plaistow in 1798. 

149 Daniel,^ b. July 5, 1773; was a cooper at Plaistow in 1S23, at Hopkinton in 

1S26, at Hampstead in 1827-31. 

150 Ruth,'^ b. Feb. 3, 1776. 

151 .Moses,'' b. March 24, 177S. Amos Davis of Plaistow was appointed his 

guardian, Oct. 22, 1795. 

152 Rebecca,^ b. June 22, 1781. 

153 Sarah. ^ b. Oct. 29, 1783; died young. 

154 Anius,'' b. July 16, 17S5; was a cordwainer at Chester, 1S09, transient shoe- 

maker at Plaistow, 1812. 

155 Sarah,-' b Dec. 3, 17S7 ; d. about 1S12, unmarried. 

156 Benaiah,'' witnessed a deed at Plaistow in 1794; probably married Susan 

Trafton at Alfred, Me., Oct. 9, 1800. 

69 

Ephraim Gjlk* (Sa/nuc/^^ £/'/ira/m,^ Sawue/'^), son of Samuel and 
Sarah (Emerson) Guile, born at Haverhill, Mass., May i, 1730, mar- 
ried March 19, 1753, Mary Simons. He was living at Haverhill in 
1770, and was called a leather dresser; moved to Sutton, N. H., and 
died there. 

Children born at Haverhill : 

157 Mary,'' b. March 24, 1754; d. New London, N. H., about 1823, unmarried. 
15S Sarah,^ b. Feb. 3, 1756; m. Nov. 27, 1777, Paul Page of Haverhill, and 

had a son, Amos, b. Feb. 2, 177S. 
159 Lydia,'' b. Aug. 6, 1758; d. Sutton, N. H., Jan. 11, 1795; ™- '778, Jacob, 
son of IJcnjamin and Elizabeth (Chandler) M.irston. He was born at 
Mcthuen, Mass., March S, 1758; was a farmer at Sutton, N. H., and 
died Jan. 5, 1837. Children: (i) Elizabeth, b. May i, 1779; m. Joseph 
Flanders. (2) Mary,\i. March 18, 1781; m. lienjamin Wadleigh, I,L. D. 
(3) Benjamin, b. April 22, 1784; m. Elizabeth Messer. (4J Efliraim, b. 
June 20, 1786; married Nancy L. Hastings. (5) Phebe, b. April 4, 1788; 
m. Frederic Wilkins. [<o) Sarah, h. July 24, 1790; m. Daniel Kelsey, 
M.n. (7) Lydia, b. March 12, 1792; m. Elisha Boardman. 

-f-iGo Reuben,'' b. Dec. 24, 1760; m. Sarah Messer. 

-)-i6i David,'' b. April 29, 1763; m. Phebe Marston. 



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POSTERITY OF SAMUEL GUILE OF HAVERHILL. 233 

71 

Asa Guile* (Samiiel^ Ephrahn^ Samuel'^')^'s,ox\ of Samuel and Sarah 
(Emerson) Guile, born at Haverhill, Mass., Jan. 12, 1734-5, married 
Sarah Neallev, daughter of Matthew and Margaret (Beverland) 
Nealley, of Nottingham, N. H. He was a soldier from Haverhill in 
1756 and 1757, serving in the expeditions against Fort Edward and 
Crown Point. He died at Nottingham, leaving one son and perhaps 
some daughters whose names we have been unable to obtain. 

Child : 
-j-162 Samuel,^ b. ; m. ist, Betsey Bowdoin; 2d, Eleanor Bean. 

72 

Samuel ^\\.y.^ {Samuel^ Ephraim^ Samuel'^') ^ son of Samuel and 
Sarah (Emerson) Guile, born at Haverhill, Mass., March 22, 1736-7, 
married Jan. 13, 1763, Phebe Kezar. He was a blacksmith at Hav- 
erhill, and in 1772, sold his house, land and shop to John Kezar. 

Children born at Haverhill : 

163 Phebe,* b. Nov. 13, 1763; m. Nov. 27, 17S7, Ammirahama Moores jr., of 
Haverhill, and had two children born there. 
4-164 John Kezar," born March 18, 1765; m. Lucy Eaton. 

165 Samuel,^ b. Jan. 27, 1767 ;d. April 12, 1803. 

166 Ruth,' b Aug. 27, 1769; m. Nov. 27, 1790, William Edwards of Haverhill, 

and had three children born there. 
-{-167 Jesse,* b. May 27, 1771; m. Mary Marville. 

16S Hannah,* b. April S, 1773; m. Samuel Middleton Whittier of Haverhill, 
and had seven children born there, from 1795 ^^ 1809, 
-j-169 David,* b. March 26, 1776; m. Mary Wood. 

170 Elizabeth,* b. Oct. 2, 1779. 

73 

John Gile* {Samuel^ Ephraim^ Samuel^), son of Samuel and Sarah 
(Emerson) Guile, born at Haverhill, Mass., Jan. 4, 1739-40, married 
Mary Nealley, daughter of Matthew and Margaret (Beverland) 
Nealley. He was enrolled in the militia at Haverhill in 1757 and 
1758, enlisted for the invasion of Canada, and was in the expedition 
to Lake George and at the reduction of Ticonderoga and Crown Point. 
He bore the title of Major. In 1779 and 1780, he was selectman of 
Nottingham, N. H., and in 1781, was one of a committee to consider 
and suggest a plan for government of the State. His will is dated 
March 13, 1800. 

Children born at Nottingham : 

171 Anna,*b. Aug, 20, I7t»3; d. Jan. 7,i84i;m. 1782, Samuel Gault, who was born 

at Pembroke, N. H., Dec. 25, 1753, and died June 30, 1823. Children: 
([) Mary (Gault). b. Dec. 22, 17S3; d. April i, 1S64; m. Rev. Thomas 
Wr.terman, a Baptist clergyman, who died at Woburn, Mass. Child : 
(I) Josephine, ni. Brodhead; resides at Washington, D. C. 
16 



234 GUILE GENEALOGY. 

(2) Alice (Gault), b. Dec. 24, 17S5; m. Joshua Page of Bedford, N. H. 

(3) y<"'"' (Gault), b. Xov. 2. 178S; d. Feb., 1807. 

(4) Obed (riault), b. Bow. N. II., Jan. 7, 1791 ; d. July 17, 1872; m. Oct. 20, 

iSiS, Mary, daughter of Nathaniel and Lydia (Hall) Cavis. She was 
born March 13, 1793, and died July 11, 1869. He was a farmer at 
how. Children : (1) Clarti Ann, b. Dec. 3, 1819; d. Aug. 2, 18S0; 
m. Parker Brown. Children: (A) Frank Barker, resides at White- 
field, N. II. ; (B) Cavis Gault, resides at Bow ; (C) George Alfred, 
resides at Concord, N. II. (II) Nathaniel Cavis, h. June 30, 1S22; 
m. Jan. i, 1S52, Martha Blood; resides at Winona, Minn. (Ill) l^il- 
liam,h. Feb. 3, 1824; d. Jan. 7, 1836. (iV) Alfred IVaterman, b. 
March 3, 1S27 ; d. Jan. 30, 1876. (V) Afary Louise, b. Nov. 19, 1835; 
m. Nov. 27, 1878, Gilman B. Johnson; resides at Concord, N. H. 

(5) William (G2iw\X),h. Feb. 4, 1793; married Harriet Stickney; lived at 
Concord. 

(6) Nancv (Gault), b. March 20, 1795; m. Joshua Page of Bedford. 

(7) .S/w/'/t-/ (Gault), b. June 7, 1797; d. April 13, 1S78; m. ist, Clarissa 

Emery; 2d, Ann D. Robbins; lived at Pembroke, N. H. 
fS) Sally (Gault), b. June 15, 1799; d. 1801. 
(9) Asenath (Gault), b. Sept. 5, 1801 ; ra. Rev. Joseph Ballard; resides at 

Norwalk, Conn. Children : (I) Martha, m. Murdock; resides at 

Boston. (II) Josephine, m. White; resides at New York City. 

(Ill) Caroline, m. Day; resides at New York City. (IV) Mary, 

m. Marks; resides at New York City. 

(10) Geori^e (Gault), b. Dec. 8, 1803; m. Elizabeth B. Biglow of Perkinsville, 

Vt. He resided at Brooklyn, N. Y., 40 years; now retired at Or- 
ange, N. J. Children : (I) Georgeana E, B., b. Sept., 1832; d. 1871. 
(\\) Josephine W., d. 1839. {\\\) Mary Frances, b. Aug. 16, 1842; 
m. Oct. 7, 1862, Edward J. Brockett; resides at Orange, N. J. Chil- 
dren : (A) Pierpont, resides at Kansas City, Mo.; (B) Francis Ed- 
ward, with Brown Bros., bankers, New York City; (C) Edith Agnes, 
(I)) Helen Frances, (IV) Jo^ephtne, b. May 13, 1844; d. 18S0; m. 
Dec. 7, 1S70, Isaac Henry Taylor of Chicago, 111. Children: (A) 
G. lone, b. 1872; (B) Lyndon, b. 1874; (C) Oren Head, b. 1876; 
(D) Josephine Gault, b. 1878. 

(11) Charles {V,^\.\\\.), b. Feb. 6, 1S06; d, Lawrence, Mass., Nov, 5, 185 1 ; 

m. Mary A. Sargent. 

(12) John Ayer (Gault), b. Feb. 25, 1809; d. July 11, 1855; m. Elinor Mor- 

gan ; lived at Concord, N. H. 

(13) Sarah Barnard (Gault), b. Feb. 4, 1812; m. Rev. Mark Carpenter; 

resides at Townshend. Vt. 
4-172 John,^ b. ; m. Catharine Tuttle. 

173 Mary.* b. July 7, 1765; m. Feb. 16, 1787, Dr. Benj. Kelley, who was born 

April 29, 1763. 

174 Sarah,* b. ; m. Sept., 1788, George Tuttle. Children: (i) Abigail, 

b. Jan. 13, 1789; (2) Art/70', b. Nov. 8. 1791 ; (3) Mary, b. Feb. 10, 
1794; (4) Samuel, b. March 20, 1796; (5) Lydia, b. Feb. 25, 1798; 
(6) George, h. June 15, 1800; (7) J'hn, b. July 4, 1S02; (8) Ed-.uin 
E., b. Oct. 19, 1804. resides at Readfield, Me. ; (9) Sarah, b. April 
19, 1807; (10) Jacol>,h. April 19, 1807; (11) Joseph IV., b. March 
15, 1809; (12) Hiram O., b. May 10, 181 1 ; (13) Catharine, b. June 
6, 1813; (\^) Nicholas, h. Aug. 25, 1815. 
+ 175 William Nealley,* b. June 30, 1776; m. Amy Philbrick. 

176 Abigail,* m. Simpson. 

177 Betsey.* 

178 Joanna,* m. Weymouth. 

-j-179 Mark,* b. March 31, 1780; m. ist, Sarah McCrillis; 2d, Sarah Gerrish. 

180 Susanna.* 

181 Mahala,* m. Dow. 



POSTERITY OF SAMUEL GUILE OF HAVERHILL. 235 

77 

Amos Gile* {Samuel^ Ephraim^ Samuel'^), son of Samuel and 
Sarah (Emerson) Guile, born at Haverhill, Mass., June lo, r749> 
married Ruth Foster, daughter of Moses Foster of Pembroke, N. H. 
He sold his homestead at Haverhill in 1805, and moved to Pembroke, 
N. H. 

Three children born at Haverhill, three at Pembroke. 

-I-182 Timothy,^ b. at Pembroke, Sept. 27, 1788 ; m. Lydia Gushing. 

183 Rhoda,* b. at Pembroke, 1790; d. April 13, 1874; unmarried. 

184 Moses Foster," b. at Pembroke; went away and not heard from. 

1S5 Ruth,* b. at Haverhill, June 18, 1793, d. April 5, 1865; m. Osgood, of 

Chester, N. H. Children: (i) Sarah\ (2) Ephraim\ (3) Charles, resides 
at Hampstead. 
+ 186 Daniel,* b. at Haverhill. Mar. 7, 1796; m. Mary J. Sherwell. 

187 Mary,* b. at Haverhill, Nov. 26, 1799; d. at Pembroke, April 6, 1815. 

78 

James Gile* {Samuel,^ Ephraim^ Samuel'^), son of Samuel and 
Sarah (Emerson) Guile, born at Haverhill, Mass., Feb. 25, 1752, 
married Deborah Emerson of Hampstead, N. H. He died at Hav- 
erhill, June 7, 1839. She died Feb. 27, 1845.* 

Children born at Haverhill : 

188 Moses,* b. Mar. 27, 1780; d. Nov. 24, 1797. 

189 Hannah,* b. Mar. 12, 1782; m. June 2, 1807, John Currier of Hampstead. 
-j-190 Benjamin,* b. June 2, 1784; m. Mary Clement. 

4-191 James,* b. May 10, 178S; m. Sarah Bradley. 

192 Deborah,* b. Mar. 11, 1793. 

193 Lucy,* b. May 14, 1798. 

84 

Joshua Gile* {Ebenezer^ Ephraim,^ Samuel'^), son of Ebenezer and 
Lydia (Johnson) Gile, born at Haverhill, Mass., April 9, 1740, married 
Hannah (Dustin?). Jacob Gile remembers that Noah Gile once 
visited his father and was called uncle. The father of Reuben Gile 
had only this one son, and his widow married a Clark. 

Child : 
+194 Reuben,^ m. Sarah Follinsbee. 

85 

Noah Gile* {Ebenezer^ Ephrahn,^ Samuel'^), son of Ebenezer and 
Lydia (Johnson) Gile, born at Hampstead, N. H., about 1743, mar- 
ried Elizabeth Howe. He was a soldier of the Revolution, a mem- 
ber of Capt. Adams' company from Henniker in 1776. He moved 
from Henniker to Enfield and several other places in New Hampshire. 

•Widow of James Gile jr., says he died April 20, 184'>. She died April 2, 1844. James H. 
Qile says he died Juae, 1841, as ke atteuded the f uiieral wheu he was ten years old. 



236 GUILE GENEALOGY. 

Children : 

-{-195 Jobn,^ b. May 7, 1772; m. Lydia Clements. 
-f-196 Nathaniel,* b. July S, 1777; m. Lydia Hall. 

197 Susan,* b. at Bradford. N. H., June iS, 1780, d. at Monkton, Vt., May 14. 
1864 ; m. Sept. 5, iSoo, Solomon Abbey, b. at Mansfield, Conn., Feb. 9, 
1774, d. at Hinesburgh, Vt., April 24, 1859. He was a farmer in Addi- 
son and Chittenden counties, Vt. Children : 
(i) Lydia (Abbey), b. at Bradford. N. H., Mar. 25, iSoi, d. at Middlebury, 
Vt., Feb. I, 1867; m. Abel, son of Gideon and Sybil (Campbell) 
Abbey. He was a farmer at Middlebury, Vt. Child: (I) Myron, 
resides at Orwell, Vt. 

(2) Olive (Abbey), b. Feb. 24, 1805; d. at La Crosse, Wis., Nov. 9, 1S68. 

(3) Orin (Abbey), b. Oct. 4, 1S06; m. Oct. 8, 1829, Dimmis C, daughter 

of Joshua and Polly (Crane) Tucker, b. at Middlebury, Vt., Oct. 8, 
1809; d. July 22, 1S51. He was a captain of the rifle company, is 
now a stone mason and blacksmith at Middlebury, Vt. Children : (I) 
Otis, b. Aug. 4, 1830; (11) Alanson, b. May 23, 1833; (HI) Harriet, 
b. Sept. 23, 1S35, m. Kelley; (IV) Martha, b. Feb. 11, 1837; 

m. White; (V) Julia Clarissa, b. Oct. 7, 1S43; m. Maynard, 

resides at East Lexington, Mass.; (VI) Osmond, b. Jan. 18, 1S40. 

(4) Eliza (Abbey), b. at Middlebury, Vt., Aug. 7, iSoS; d. at La Crosse, 

Wis., June, 18S6. 

(5) John (Abbey), b. April 13, 1810; d., unmarried. 

(6) Lora (Abbey), b. Dec. 22, 1S13; m. Jacob Van Steinberg, b. Aug. 22, 

1800. d. at Monkton, Vt., April 29, 1784. Children : (l)David Warner, 
b. at Hinesburgh, July 15. 1S32, d. at Cohoes, N. V., May 2, 1880; 
m. Aug. 23. 185S, Fhebe Houghtaling, left a widow and two daugh- 
ters now residing at Troy, N. Y. He graduated at the medical de- 
partment of Ver nont University, was a surgeon in the army during 
the Rebellion. (II) Charles Abbey, b. July 24, 1842; m. Jan. 13, 1S64, 
Lottie E., daughter of James E, and Mary M. (Page) Hilton, b. at 
Shelburne, Vt., Sept. 9", 1S42. He enlisted in 1S63, was wounded at 
Newbern in 1S64, and remained in the Provost Marshal service until 
the close of the war; he is now a mechanic at Burlington Vt. Child: 
(A) George D.,h. Dec. 13, 1S69. 

(7) Ira (Abbey), b. April 28, 1S16; m. April 18, 1841, Emily Cilley, b. at 

Underhill, Vt., Mar. 17. 1S12. He owns a dairy farm of 350 acres, 
and is a member of the Baptist church at Essex, Vt. Child: (I) Fear I 
Castle, b. Feb. 6, 1842 ; m. Mar. 4, 1S63, Martha E. Weed, b. at 
Essex, Feb. 12, 1842. He graduated at the New Hampton Institute, 
Fairfax, Vt., is deacon of the Baptist church, superintendent of 
schools, president of the board of trustees of Essex Classical Insti- 
tute, and has held several town offices at Essex. Children: (A) Bert 
IVood. b. Nov. 29, 1S69; (Bj Pcarlie May, b. Sept. 6, 187 1. 

(8) Carlton Clark (Abbey), b. May i6, 1820, d. at San Francisco, Cal., Feb. 

23, 1853; m. 1st, 1S4S, Nancy Jane, daughter of John and Lydia 
(Clements) Gile, d. Nov. 21, 1849, leaving an infant son that died 
July 13, 1850; m. 2d, at Waterford, Vermont, June 16, 1850, P'alima, 
daughter of Sylvanus and Lucy (Hutchins) Hastings, b. at Littleton, 
N. H., Oct. I, iSiS. He graduated at Middlebury College in 1845, 
taught school in South Carolina until the winter of 1846; attended 
Jefferson Medical College at Philadelphia, taught school at Warsaw, 
Ala., opened an apothecary store at Philadelphia, returned to Little- 
ton, N. H., and practiced medicine until 1S53, when he went to Cal- 
ifornia. Children: {V)Jane, b. at Philadelphia. June 30, 1S51, m. Win- 
field Hastings, resides at Waterford, Vt.; {\\)rsabeUa, b. at Littleton, 
Nov. 2. 1852, m. William W. Weller, resides at Littleton, N. H.' 

(9) Ethin Allen (Abbey), b. May iS, 1828, d. at Hinesburgh, Nov. 17, 1852; 

no children. 
-fi98 Timothy,* b. Dec. 30, 17S5; m. Dolly Stevens. 
4-199 Peter,* b. Oct. 28, 17S7; m. Eleanor Howe. 



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POSTERITY OF SAMUEL GUILE OF HAVERHILL. 237 

Tesse,5 had a son, (201) Nathan,^ that lived at Underhill, Vt., and is said to 
have several grand-children living at West Bolton, Vt ; ^202) Rdey W 
(201) Mathan, and (20^) Loren, are engaged in tha lumber business at 
Bolton. 

205 Aaron,' died young. 

206 Elizabeth,^ died at an advanced age, unmarried. „ 

207 Polly.s m. Elhanan Uean, had a son George who lived at Canaan, JN. rt. 

208 Lydia,^ died young. 

87 

Johnson Gile* {Ebemzer^ Ephralm,'' Samuel^), son of Ebenezer 
and Lvdia (Johnson) Gile, born at Hopkinton, N. H., about 1752, 
married Hannah Jewell. He died at Enfield, N. H., Mar. 14, 1790- 

Children : 

+209 Thomas,^ b. 1776; m. Nancy Eastman. 

+210 Samuel,=i b. Sept. 8, 17S2; m. Polly Greene. 

-4-2II Daniel.* b. 1784; m. Lydia Hawkes. 

22 Ebenezer 5 b about 17^6, d. at Eifield, N. H.. Dec. 13. 1813;"!. Sally 
Morse, had one child, (212^) Elvira,'^ who died Oct. 20. 1807, aged 4 years. 

213 Lydia,5 b. , d. at Canaan, N. H., 1850 ; m. Samuel Welch He was 
^ a farmer, and died at Canaan, N. H., Sept 25, 1847. Children: (i) 

Francis, b. March, 18.1, d. , children: (I)/^'"^- 7f « ^- ^"''f\^,lZl 
N H • (II) Frank IK, resides at Sharon. Vt.; (Ill) C/iarl^s i5., resides 
S'Bridgiport, Ct.; (IV) ^/V.V A., resides at Concord, N «.; (V)^O' 
C, resfdes at Canaan; (Vl)Lydm J., resides at Canaan; (VII).^/.-.. Her- 
man E. Harrington, resides at Canaan. (2) Betsey, (3) Johnson, (4) 
Joseph, {5) Hannah, (6) Samuel. 

214 Jemima,5 q^. peter Stevens. 

^im iSfntcratton. 
88 

Samuel Guile^ {yohn,' Samuel,' John,"- Sxmuel^ son of John and 
Sarah (Hodge) Guile, born at Preston, Conn., July 17, 1736, married 
at Preston, Aug. 23, 1757, Lydl\ Geer. 

Children born at Preston : 

4.215 Nathan,6 b. Aug. 11, 1758 ; m. Eunice Ladd. 

216 Rachel.e b. Oct. 5, 1760; d. Nov. 23, 1760. 

217 Sebah,« b. May 10, 1763. 

218 Eunice,^ b. Feb. 14, 1765. 

219 Sarah,* b. Feb. 3, 176S. 

220 Amy.'' b. June 3, 1770. 

221 Charlotte,'' b. Dec. 22, 1773. 

222 Affe, b. June i, 1778. 

223 Samuel,« b. Nov. II, 1787. , 

90 

John Guile« {John- ''amucl,^ John,^ Samuel''), son of John and 
Sarah (.Hodge) Guile, born at Preston, Conn., Jan. 19, 1739. married 



238 . GUILE GENEALOGY. 

first, at Preston, Jan. 4, 1760, Sarah Rea. He moved with his family 
to Florida, Montgomery Co., N. Y., where his wife died about 1775. 
He married second, P'reelove Elliot, and is said to have had six- 
teen children. They moved to Detroit, Mich., but after a time re- 
turned to New York. 

Children by Sarah Rea, born at Preston : 

224 Asa,^ b. Jan. 12, 1760. 

+225 Henry,"^ b. Sept. 25, 1762; m. Priscilla Ilerrick. 

4-226 Levi,'' b. Aug. 9, 1764; m. 

-f-227 Rea/' b. Jan. 9, 1766 ; m. Molly Hodge. 

225 Sarah,'' b. May 20, 1768. 

229 Joseph,'' b. Jan. 19, 1770. 

230 Mary,** b. Jan. 19, 1770; d. May 5, 1771. 

Children by Freelove Elliot. 

-I-231 Stephen,^ b. July 26, 1776; m. Lucretia Elliot. 

232 William.^ 

233 Freelove.^ 

234 Asenath.** 

235 Sally,"* m. Dr. Harrison of Detroit, Mich. 

236 Daniel,** is said to have lived on the Mohawk River in Herkimer Co., N. Y. 
4-237 Samuel.^ (?) 



93 

Elisha Guile^ (^yohn^ Sa7nuel^ yohn^ Safnud'^), son of John and 
Sarah (Hodge) Guile, born at Preston, Conn., Dec. 9, 17+5, married 
at Preston, May 4, 1768, Abigail Rea. 

Children born at Preston : 

248 Gideon,^ b. Aug. 25, 1768 ; married and moved to No. Norwich, N. Y. He 
had a son, (249) John^ who died in 1S67, leaving a son, (250J Charles, age 
21, now living at No. Norwich. 

251 Joseph Palmer," b. Oct. 17, 1787. 

252 Sophia,^ b. July 39, 1790. 

253 Johnjii b. Aug. i, 1792. 



94 

Abel Guile^ {yo/i?i,* Samuel^ yohn^ Samuel'^), son of John and 
Sarah (Hodge) Guile, born at Preston, Conn., Jan. 3, 1747-S, married 
Phenia Whitney. He resided at Nassau, N. Y. 

Children : 

254 John." 

4-255 Elisha," b. Jan. i, 1779; m. Diana Diamond. 

256 Uriah. "^ 

257 Ellock.6 

258 Philena," m. John Cole of Nassau, and had, (»' john, (2) Samuel, (3) Folly, 

(4) Rebecca, (5) Hanttah, (6) Maria. 



POSTERITY OF SAMUEL GUILE OF HAVERHILL. 239 

99 

Joseph Guile" {Abraham,* Sainuel^ John^ Samuel'^), son of Abra- 
ham and Silence (Herrick) Guile, born at Preston, Conn., Dec. lo, 
1751, married at Preston, March 2, 1781, Sarah Herrick. They 
moved to Chenango county, N. Y., thence to Portland, Chautauqua 
county, where he died. 

Children born at Preston : 

-j-259 William,^ b. Dec. 8. 17-S1 ; m. Phila Cushman. 

260 Simeon,*^ b. Dec. 4, 17S3. He lived at Erie, Pa., and had two sons, (261) 
John,'' and (262) Wiiliami^ both sailors on Lake Erie, also one daughter, 
(263) 

264 Daniel,^ b. April 25, 1786. 

265 Sarah,'^ b. Aug. 22, 1788. , 

266 Henry.s 

103 

Benjamin Guile" ( WiUiam,* BeJijamhi,^ yohn? Samuel'^'), son of 
William and Frances (Palmer) Guile, born, probably, in Rhode Is- 
land, married Ruth Davis, who died about 1827. He was a soldier 
in the Revolution, settled at Saratoga, N. Y., and about 1806 moved 
to New Berlin, Chenango County, N. Y. 

Children : 

267 Martha.® 

268 Frances,® m. John St. John, and had five children. 

269 Josepjh,® married and had a large family. 

270 John,'' was a blacksmith at Cortland, N. Y., and died about 1870. Chil- 

dren: (271) Clement^ d. at New Berlin, N. Y.; (272) Theresa^ d. at Ypsi- 
lanti, Mich. 
-}-273 William,'^ b. Feb. 21, 1784; m. Mary Lattimore. 

274 Jesse,® m. Amy Tiffany and had a large family, among them were, (275) 
Herrick^' lived at Brooklyn, N. Y.; (276) De Witt Clinton^' is a farmer at 
Norwich, N. Y.; {277) Riley^ is a farmer at Norwich; (278) Amy,'' m. — 
Eichler, resides at Norwich; (279) Serena,'' m, — Wilkinson and resides 
at New Berlin. 
-I-280 Benjamin,® b. Aug. 20, 178S; m. Keziah Smith. 

2S1 Freelove,® m. Asa Williams, had no children. 
+282 Nathan Davis,® m. Charlotte King. 

283 Ruth,® d. at New Berlin, 1865; m. Reeve Dilly, no children. 



104 

Joseph Guile^ [yoscph* Joseph^ jfohn,^ Sajnucl'^)^ son of Joseph 
and Elethan (Harris) Guile, born at Providence, R. I. He was one 
of the first settlers of Hoosick, N. Y., and became a noted soldier 
and scout, participating in many skirmishes and battles, and took many 
trophies from the enemy, such as muskets, tomahawks, scalping knives 
and powder horns ; these were distributed among the heirs several 
years ago. He always dressed in the unique fashion of his time, 
which well became him, as he was a man of good size and proportion. 



240 GUILE GENEALOGY. 

He died on the farm which he had reclaimed from the wilderness and 
preserved from savage invaders in November, 1809, and is buried on 
a grassy knoll by the public highway. No monument records his 
name and deeds of love and patriotism, only two moss-covered stones, 
taken from an adjoining field, mark the spot where this stout old pio- 
neer, after a life of toil and strife and danger, awaits the breaking of 
that brilliant day that is to usher in the new earth. 

Children : 

-J-2S4 Joab.** m. Mary Horton. ' 

285 David," seliled at Fannington, Genesee Co.. and had several sons. 

286 Emma,*' m. Abram lioa^, lived at Holland Purchase, N. Y. 

287 Dorcas.» m. Robert Cleveland, lived at Brunswick, N. Y. Children: (i) 

David, (2) EUlhan. 

105 

John Guile^ {Joseph* Joseph^ John,^ Samuel^), son of Joseph and 
Mary (Franklin) Guile, born at Scituaie, R. I., April, 1759. 

Children : 

288 Joseph,^ b. in Rhode Island, moved to New York State, and settled in Steu- 

ben County. In a deed dated Sept. 24, 1S18, Joseph Guile, of Oxford, 
N. Y., says he formerly lived at Scituate. About fifty years ago he moved 
into one of the western states. He had sons, (2S9) John,'* (290) Charles.'' 
-f-291 William,'' b. 1778; m. Ann Stephens. 



Ill 

Moses Gile* {Moses* Joseph^ yames,- Satnuen), son of Moses and 
Eunice (Johnson) Gile, born at Haverhill, Mass., Feb. i, 1742-3, 
married May 8, 1782, Elizabeth Gilkev, daughter of William and 
Elizabeth Gilkey, of Chester, Vt. He is recorded a freeman at Ches- 
ter in 1779 ; a grand juror in 1781. In 1796 he moved to Mt. Holly, 
Vt., purchasing a farm and saw-mill. He is described as a kind, in- 
dulgent and pious father. After his death in 1S09, his widow resided 
for a time at Danby, and subsequently, up to the time of her decease, 
I^Iarch 6, 1836, in Leicester, Vt. 

Children : 

292 Moses.fi b. Jan. 4, 17S3; was scalded in a tub of hot water, and died June 
30, 1785- 
+293 William,'' b. Dec 2. 1784; m. 1st, Betsey Green; 2d, Mary Enos. 

294 Moses,^ b. 17S7. lie was a student preparing to practice medicine, and 

died of consumption at Mt. Holly in iSoS. His medicine chest is now 
possessed by Rev. E. S. Walker. Springfield, 111. 

295 James.6 b 1790; was a student in the otiice of a physician at Philadelphia, 

and died there of consumption March 9, 1S17. 

296 Gardner," b. 1792. Most of his life was spent in and about Auburn, N. Y., 

where he kept a market; the later part of his life was devoted to hunt> 
ing and fishing. He died unmarried at Fleming, N. Y., Aug. 4, 1865, 



POSTERITY OF SAMUEL GUILE OP HAVERHILL. 241 

297 Betsey,® born June 2, 1794; d. Springville, N. Y., Sept. 13, 1864; m. 1814, 

John Williams of Danby, Vt. He was born Dec. 25, 1791 ; died Dec. 9, 
1867; was a farmer at Concord, Erie Co., N, Y. Children : 
(r) Marshad (Williams), b. Danby, Vt., 1815; d. 1819. 

(2) George (Williams), b. Oct. 23, 1817; m. at Arcade, N. Y., May, 1850, 

Lucy, daughter of Gideon and Lavinia (Williams) Arnold of Chat- 
ham, Conn. He is a farmer, and a member of the M. E. church at 
Concord, N. Y. Children : (I) Lucy Em?na, b. Feb. 14, 1851 ; m. 
Dec. 19, 1878, Charles H. Miller. He served in the War of the 
Rebellion; has been a farmer at Yorkshire, Cattaragus Co., N. Y., 
eight years, serving the town as postmaster, supervisor six years, 
and nf)lary public; is a member of the M. E. church; child, (A) Hi- 
ram Williams, b. Sept. 23, 1S79. (I^) Gideon Arnold, h. March 12, 
1854; m. Dec. 19, 1877, Stella Strong; children: (A) Myrtie May, b. 
1880; (H) Genevieve, b. 1883. 

(3) Waiter (Williams), b. June 10, 1819; d. July, 1821. 

(4) Elizabeth IVaiter (Williams), b. Concord, N. Y., Oct. 10, 1823; m. 

at Springville, N. Y., March 7, 1847, Alanson A. McCoy. He was 
born in Orange County, N. Y., Feb. 4, 1809; was a farmer and mem- 
ber of the M. E. church at Springville, and died there Feb. 22, 1S85. 
Children: (I) George William, b. Aug. 16. 1848; d. Sept. 29, 1850. 
(II) Art/inr, b. Dec. 9, 1850. (IH) y7/a ^., b. Sept. 26,1852; is a 
school teacher. (IV) William, b. Sept. 16, 1855; m. Nov. 13, 1885, 
Emma Van Valkenburgh. He is a farmer at Springville. (V) Her- 
bert E., b. Nov. 20, 1857; m. June 3, i886, Lillie Brooks. He is a 
druggist at Springville. (VI) Alary Elizabeth, b. May 4, 1862; is a 
school teacher. 

(5) Margarzan ( V.'illiams), b. Dec. 10, 1S27; d. April 10, 1878, unmarried. 

298 Malinda,6 b. Mt. Holly, April 29, 1799; m. May 16, 1824, Sawyer, son of 

Jesse and Prudence Walker, of Whiting, Vt. He was born at Whiting, 
Vt., July 15, 1799. They resided in Whiting until 1836, when they 
removed to Fairfax, Vt., and resided until 1S56, and then moved to St. 
Marie, Green Lake Co,,. Wis., where she died April 3, 1863, He 
removed in 1875, ^° Dartford, Wis., where he died Sept. 27, 1879. He 
was by occupation a farmer. In Vermont he held the ofilices of consta- 
ble, lister and selectman, and in Wisconsin, justice of the peace. In 
religious sentiment he was from early life a Universalist, and died in the 
faith of the final restitution of all men. He taught school in early man- 
hood, and was a man of broad general intelligence, benevolent and public 
spirited. She was a woman of rare intellectual endowments and gifted 
by nature with a voice of peculiar sweetness and power; she had an ex- 
quisite taste for the beautiful, supplemented by a deep insight into the 
realms of religious thought. An habitual reader of the Bible, she made 
its study a means of mental discipline, as well as a source of spiritual 
enjoyment. Children : 
(i) Marion B. (Walker), b. Whiting, Vt., Sept. 16, 1825; m. at Rochester, 
N. Y., Oct. 18, 1S52, Thomas A. Sayles. She was a teacher in the 
public schools of Rochester before marriage. He taught school in 
Georgia twelve years. They settled at Milwaukee, Wis., where he 
entered the practice of law, retiring on account of poor health in 
1861, and moved to Zanesville, where he died Nov. 8, 1S81. Chil- 
dren : (I) Clara Louisa, b. St. Marie, Wis., March 4, 1854; d. Sept. 
28, 1855. (II) Bertha M., b. Sept. 22, 1856; has been a teacher in 
the public schools of Zanesville several years. [\\Y) Ilattie M.,h. 
Ripon, Wis., Oct. 22, 1859; d, March 17, 1864. 

(2) Darwin Gtle (Walker), b. Dec. 17, 1827. He taught school several 

years; in 1855 engaged in mercantile pursuits; was for a time a bro- 
ker in New York, then engaged in teaching at Whiting, Vt.; died at 
Germantown. N. Y., May 18, 1887, unmarried. 

(3) Edwin Sa'cuyer {\^2i\\^Qx), b. Whiting, Aug. 11, 1828; m. ist, Aug. 11, 

1858. Emily AL, daughter of Ira and Celia S. Hunt of Fairfax, Vt. 
She was born Jan. 7, 1S35, and died at Springfield, 111., Aug. 27, 



242 GUILE GENEALOGY. 

1868. He married 2d, at St. Albans, Vt., Dec, 1870, Harriet J., 
daughter of Philo and Jane S. Weeks. She was born at Fairfax, 
June 2S, 1S46. Until eighteen years of age he was engaged in the 
ordinary duties of farm work with his father at Fairfax, attending 
school three months every winter ; attended the Hakersville Acad- 
emy one term in 1847. and'until 1850 was engaged teaching school at 
Swanton, Vt., during klie winter months. Having decided upon a 
thorough course of education preparatory to the work of the Chris- 
tian ministry, he commenced his preparatory studies at Rochester, 
N. Y., and in 1852 entered Rochester University, graduating with 
the degree of B.A. in 1856. completing his studies in the Rochester 
Theological Seminary, graduating in 185S. He was ordained, and 
settled as pastor of the First Haj^tist church in Dansville, X. Y., re- 
maining two years; then became pastor of the church at Ripon, Wis., 
serving three years; then accepted the pastorate of the church at Spar- 
ta, Wis., and after three years' service was compelled by poor health 
to retire from public speaking and the ministry. In 1S67 he moved to 
Springfield, 111., and has since been engaged in the real estate and 
insurance business. In 1S79 he published the " History of Oak 
Kidge Cemetery, including the National Lincoln Monument," the 
"History of the Springfield Baptist Association," and also edited 
and published " Echoes of Song." a volume of poetry, of which his 
sister, Mrs. Washington, was the author. He has taken a deep in- 
terest in tracing his " Gile " lineage and furnished many facts and 
data toward the accomplishment of his long cherished desire to place 
on record the history of his New England ancestors. Children : (I) 
Eihuard Lincoln, b. Ripon, Wis., Sept. 29, 1861 ; d. Sparta, July 18, 
1864. (II) Geor^i^e Hunt, b. Sparta, Wis., Nov. 4, 1864. He grad- 
uated in 18S6 from the University of Rochester, N. Y., with the 
highest honors, taking the first prize for oratory and composition ; 
is now principal in the public schools of Rochester. (HI) Robert Gtle, 
b. Springfield. June 22, 1S67 ; entered Illinois State University in 
1885. (IV) John Edwin, b. Oct. 5, 1873. 

(4) «^/;;////^ (Walker), b. Feb. 27, 1831 ; d. Oct. 31. 1S31. 

(5) Ahnira (Walker), b. Oct. 23, 1S32; d. Janesville, Wis., March 4, 1S65; 

was for several years a teacher in the public schools of Rochester, 
N. Y.; "a most devoted Christian." 

(6) Lucv H. (Walker), b. Jan. 4, 1835; m. July 14, 1859, Rev. Shadrach 

Washington. He was a graduate of the Rochester University and 
Theological Seminary, and during the twenly-six years of ministerial 
life, was pastor of churches successively in Illinois, Pennsylvania, 
Ohio, Iowa, New Jersey and Connecticut, the last being at Essex, 
Conn. Before her marriage, she was preceptress of the Collegiate 
Institute at Brockport, N. Y. Mrs. Washington inherited from her 
mother that poetic insight and love of the beautiful, which are char- 
acteristic of genius, and to which she has given voice in her volume 
of poetry entitled " Echoes of Song." At the beginning of the 
Woman's Crusade she became interested in the subject of temper- 
ance, and delivered her first address in the Hall of Representatives in 
the Capitol at Si)ringfield, since which time she has been actively 
engaged as an organizer by the Woman's National Christian Temper- 
ance Union, extending her labors in many other States and address- 
ing thousands of people. She is an eloquent and persuasive pleader 
for the highest and best interests of a true Christian reform. Chil- 
dren : [\)Irving, b. Aurora, 111., Sept. Ii, i860; graduated at Keokuk 
(Iowa) High School, and from Rochester University in 1S84; engaged 
one year in journalism ; is now principal in the public schools of 
Rochester. \\\) Edward Everett, b. Jan. 28, 1862; d. Aug. 4, 1S62. 
(Ill) Martha Almira, b. Alleghany City, Pa., April 2, 1S65 ; gradu- 
ated from South Jersey Institute, Bridgewater, N. J.; now attending 
Vassar College. (IV) Lucy May, b. June 3, 1867 ; graduated, 1886, at 
South Jersey Institute. (V)Emma Marion, b. Jacksonville, 111., 
April 2, 1870; d. July2, 1S71. {Vl)EUanor Spencer, b. Nov. 24, 1872. 



POSTERITY OF SAMUEL GUILE OF HAVERHILL. 243 

(7) Fannie y1/a/<W<2 (Walker), b. Fairfax, Vt., Aug. 14, 1837. She was 

educated at Lawrence University, Appleton, Wis., and Wisconsin 
State Normal School ; has been a teacher many years ; resides at 
Dartford, Wis. ; unmarried. 

(8) Albfrt Henry (WsiWtr), b. Nov. 25, 1844; m. Esther, daughter of 

Thomas Sayles of Chicago. He was a clerk at Aurora, 111.; ten 
years salesman in the wholesale house of Field & Leiter, Chicago ; 
two years in the real estate business, pursuing at the same time a 
course of study at the University of Chicago, graduating in 1874 and 
receiving a prize of $50 for the best essay ; was admitted to the bar 
and commenced the practice of law, his business being principally in 
patent causes. Mr. Walker is now located at Hartford, Conn. In 
1882 he published a volume of 178 pages, entitled " Christ's Chris- 
tianity," and in 1883 " Walker on Patents," a volume of 700 pages, 
a standard authority on that subject. 

112 

Amos Gile^ (Moses,* yoseph^ jFatnes^ Samttel'^), son of Moses and 
Mary (Heath) Gile, born at Haverhill, Mass., 1749, married first, at 
Chester, Vt., July 31, 1777, Silence Ranney, daughter of Ephraim 
Ranney of Westminster, Vt. She died July 7, 1796, aged 40 years; 
married second, Dorothy Curtiss. In 1771 he was an ensign in the 
militia, a member of the committee of safety in 1776, third selectman 
of Chester in 1783. According to the town records he at one time 
owned nearly all the Williams River valley, and in 1790 conveyed to 
the Baptist society a lot to build a meeting-house. He moved to 
Elizabethtown, Ont., and died there April, 18 19. 

Children by Silence Ranney, born at Chester : 

4-299 Amos,^ b, Nov. 27, 1778; m. Sally Ketchum. 

300 Silence,'' b. Nov. 27, 1778, 

301 Esther, 5 b. Nov. 7, 17S1. 

302 Benjamin,'' b. April 20, 1783; d. May 3, 1785. 

303 Benjamin,'' b. May 31, 1785, 

304 Elizabeth,^ b. May II, 1787. 

Children by Dorothy Curtiss : 

305 Amorilla,^ b. June, 1801, d. at Bastard Township, Ont., about 1S53; i^« 

George Keeler. 
-I-306 Schuyler,'' b. Sept. 12, 1802 ; m. Eliza Clark. 

307 Charlotte,® m. John Eastwood ; went to Batavia, N. Y. 



113 

Nathan Gile^ {Moses,* Joseph^ yames,^ Saimiel'^), son of Moses 
and Mary (Heath) Gile, born about 1751, married at Chester, Vt., 
Jan. 25, 1787, Lydia Earl, daughter of George Earl of Chester. In 
1775 he was captain in the military organization of Cumberland 
County, in 1776 a member of the council of safety, collector of 
Chester in 1786, and executor of his father's will and estate. He 
died at South Windham, Vt. 



244 GUILE GENEALOGY. 

Children : 

308 Lydia.* 

+309 Nathan," b. Feb. 9, 17SS; m. Lydia Yates. 

310 Pi>lly.« 

311 Walter." 

312 Roswell." 

313 Sally.« 

314 Laura." 

-J-31S Elijah," b. Jan. 2S, 1793; ^- Charlotte Jefferson. 

316 Alpha." 

115 

Ephraim Giles^ (Afases,* yoseph^ jfames^ Samuel'^), son of Moses 
and Mary (Heath) Gile, b. about 1755, married Philena Wright, 
who died at Chester, Vt., Nov. 27, 1819, aged 58 years. He was a 
farmer at Chester, Vt., but after the death of his wife, went to Wind- 
ham to live with one of his sons. While on a visit to his son Ephraim 
in New York stalte, he was taken with a fit and died. In some way 
about 1788 he allowed an s to be added to his name. 

Children : 

317 Ephraim," b. . He went to Oswegatchie, N. Y., and settled; was 

afterward drowned in the river of that name. The family sold out and 
moved to Ohio. 

318 Abiier," ; m. Sophia Jewell, lived in Ohio. 
-I-319 Barnabas," b. Aug. 30, 1792; m. Sally White. 

320 Wright," b. 

321 John," b. ; m. Finch. 

322 Eunice," b. ; m. James Atwood. 

323 Amorilla," b. ; m. Ikimund Dyer. 

324 Harriet," b. ; m. Spring. 

325 Jane," b. ; m. Perkins. 

-{-326 Ethan," b. July 31, 1804; m. ist, Joanna Arnold; 2d, Sarah Parker. 



121 

Jonathan Gile^ (^yonathan,^ yoscph^ yames^ Samuel^), son of Jon- 
aih'an and Lydia ( ) Gile, born at Hampstead, N. H., about 1740, 
married Sarah Sherburne, who died in Feb., 18 13. Although a 
mere boy he was a soldier in the French and Indian war, and also in 
the Revolution. He became a farmer at Canterbury, N. H., where 
he died in July, 1815. 

Children : 

-{-327 James," b. 1776; m. Mary Walker. 

328 Rachel," m, Thomas Wadleigh of Northfield, N. H. 

329 Sarah," m. John I^earson Sanborn of Northfield. 

330 Jonathan." He died a soldier in the war of 1S12, left one daughter, (331) 

Htinnah^ who married Forrest, of Gilmanton. 

+332 Joseph," b. 17S5; m. Polly Greenough. 

334 Abel,'' m. Statira Forrest, lie moved to Vermont with his brother James. 
+335 Thomas," b. Sept. 2, 1789; m. Jane P'orrest. 



POSTEKITY OF SAMUEL GUILE OF HAVEEHILL. 245 

336 Enoch,^ m, Hannah Lyford. Children: (337) Sarah,'' m. Lawrence of 
Boston; (338) Hannah^ m. Lombard of Boston; (339) Rettbe^i^ died 
aged 15. 

340 Amos,6 m. Mehitable , and lived at Canaan, N. H. 

341 Betsey.e m. ist, Glines; 2d, McDonald, of Tilton, N. H. 

122 

Gile" {Nathan^ Daniel^ Ephraitn^ Samuel'^), son of Nathan 

and Ruth (Dow) Gile. 

Children : 

342 Anson,^ died at Southampton, Mass., several years ago. Children: (343) 

Frank,'' resides at Southampton; (344 J Mrs. A. M. Htintington^^ resides 
at Amesbury, Mass. 

345 Ezekiel," lived in Iowa and has recently moved to Washington Territory. 

346 Ruth Dow,^ m. Miles, and resides at Hastings, Neb. 
+347 Amos Webster Phillips,'* b. June 4, iSifj m. EHzabeth Cox. 

123 

Stephen Gile^ {Datiid,'^ Daniel^ Ephraim^ Samuel'^^, son of Dan- 
iel and ( )Gile, born at Alfred, Me., in 1766, married Joanna 
Thing, who was born in 1763 and died March 18, 1826. He was the 
first white male child born at Alfred. He settled as a farmer at 
Waterborough, Me., and died June 25, 1847. 

Children : 

-f-348 Daniel ,s b. July 15, 1786; m. Lovey Roberts. 

349 Ephraim.*> 

+350 Stephen," b. Feb. 2, 1791 ; m. Mary Gowen. 

351 James.** 

352 David.^ 

353 Moses, ^ b. 1802; resides at Alfred; unmarried. 

354 Betsey, '' died unmarried. 

124 

Thomas Gyl'^ {Daniel^ Daniel^ Ephrami^ Samuel'^), son of Daniel 
and ( ) Gile, born at Alfred, Me., about 1768, married first, 

Joanna Smith; married second, at Alfred, Oct. 27, 1807, Polly 
Shackley ; married third, . He was a tanner, farmer and 

general trader at Alfred, and accumulated a large property which he 
lost in some way late in life. He died in June, 1847. 

Children : 

■4"355 Henry," b. March i, 1799; m. Eliza Roberts. 

350 Abigail," b. Jan. 14, 1803 ; d. Watertovvn, Mass., May 21, 1887 ; m. Cyrus King 

Conant, who was born at Alfred, Me., Jan. i, 1803. ^^ ^^^^^ ^ pliysician 
at Watertown, Mass., and died there April 10, 1871. Children born at 
Alfred: (i) Adeline Bedell, b. May i, 1828; died young. (2) John H., b. 
Feb. 25, 1830; died young. (3) Frances Adeline, b. March 4, 1833; d. 
March i, 1842. (4) Caroline Sumner yh. April 5, 1835; resides at Water- 



246 GUILE GENEALOGY. 

town; unmarried. (5) John Henry, b. Dec. 10. 1S36; m. Caroline Mel- 
vin, and is a siiip broker at Boston. Children : (I) Hetiry John, b. March 
17, 1S66; (\\) A bbif Buxton, h. ]?,r^. 9, 1S6S; [\\\) Francis Milvin,h. 
Nov. 6, 1S74. (6) Alvak, b. Nov. 4, 1S3S; m. Laura Plimpton. He is a 
wood pulp manufacturer at liath, N. H. Children: (I) MyrlU P., b 
Sept. 27, 186S; (II) Carrie E., b. July i, 1870; (III) Mabel S., b. April 

26, 1S72; (IV) Fannie A., b. Feb. 14, 1874, d. March 16, 1880; (V) Wtn. 
ttte L., b. Oct. 19, 1878; (VI) Alvah Lewis, b. Juiv 14, 1S82. (7) Cyrus 
GUe, b. Oct. 4, 1S45; r"- Florence Hight. He is a'ship broker at Boston. 
Children : (I) Charles Hight, b. Sept. 15, 1879; (II) Cyrus Fred, b. Sept. 

27, 1S81 ; (III) Roger William, b. Aug. 2, 1S87. 

133 

John Gile^ {Daniel* Daniel,* Ephraitn,^ Samue/^), son of Daniel 
and ( ) Gile, born at Alfred, Me., married Hannah Roherts, 
daughter of Jeremiah and Lucy(Conant) Roberts. He was a farmer 
at Alfred. 



He is a farmer at Alfred, 



Children : 

357 Nathaniel," b. Feb. i, 1802; m. Olive Johnson. 
Child: (358) Etta,'' unmarried. 

359 Rufus,'^ b. May 3, 1805. 

360 Lucy,'' b. May 3, 1807. 

361 Daniel.** 

362 EliSa,*' unmarried. 

363 Hepsibath.'' 

364 Jere Koberts,^ m. Abbie Kimball. He is a farmer at Alfred. Children: 
(365) All/en AT.,' m. Jan. 8, 1SS4. Lizzie H. Johnson; resides at Alfred and 

had child, (366) Martha Abbie,* b. April, 1885. 
(367) Lucy A.,'' m. Jan. 19, iSSi, Charles H. Tripp of Alfred. Children : (i) 
Julia, (2) Emma. 

368 John S.6 

369 Simeon W.,fi d. His widow resides at Boston, and son (369J) Harry W.^ 

is a clerk at Portland, Me. 



138 

Richard Cheney Gile* {Ezekiel,* Daniel,^ Ephraim,^ Samuel'^), son 
of Ezekiel and Gertrude (Davis) Gile, born at Plaistow, N. H., Nov. 
19, 1767, married at Alfred, Me., Aug. 7, 1794, Mary Gay Jones. 
He was a farmer at Grantham, N. H., and died there in 1827. 

Children : 

370 Betsey Jones.« b. Alfred, Me., March 25, 1795; ^- Methuen, Mass., July 2, 
1875; ">• Edmund Sargent, who was born at Amcsbury, Mass., Oct. 5, 
1790, and died at Methuen, March 10, 1881. Children: (i)Mary Gile 
(Sargent), b. Amesbury, Dec. 22, 181 7; m. Isaac C. Ilibbard. Children: 
(I) Charles E., is a lawyer at Lee, Mass.; (II) Isaac L., is a fur dealer 
at Winnipeg; (III) Sarah S., m. Enoch Frost of Montreal, P. Q. ; (IV) 
Calesta E., m. Alexander Smith of Winnipeg. (2) Betsey Jones (Sargent), 
m. Isaac H. Laney, who is a farmer at Methuen. (3) Edmund Pillsbury 
(Sargent), is a farmer at Methuen. Children: (I) Addie, m. Rotus Har- 
vey of Waterloo, P. Q.; (II) W;//'<fr6'., a farmer at Methuen; (III) Frank, \ 
farmer at Methuen; (IV) George /., resides at Orlando, Fla. ; (V) Matlie 



POSTERITY OF SAMUEL GUILE OF HAVEEHILL. 247 

Z. (4) Samuel Gile (Sargent), b. April 3, 1827. He has been collector, 
selectman, school committee man, and postmaster sixteen years; is now a 
real estate agent, and deacon of the Congregational church at Methuen. 
Children: (I) Charles S., is a bank clerk at Lee, Mass. ; (II) Sarah L., is 
a teacher at Duluth, Minn.; (Ill) Mary E., a teacher at Methuen; (IV) 
Bessie C. (5) LoJicy Jane (Sargent). (6) Lucy Ann (Sargent), m. Joseph 
W. Fulton, a merchant at Methuen. (7) Calvin yi?wj- (Sargent), has a 
daughter who married Dr. Owen Copp of Taunton, Mass. (8) Nathan 
Biirnham (Sargent), is a teacher at Manchester, Mass. 
371 Independence Liberty," b. Grantham, N. H., July 4. 1800; d. at Hookset, 
N. PL, in 1852; m. Jan., 1S22, Susan, daughter of Trustam Hardy of 
Grantham. She died at Amesbury, Mass., in March, 1S44. Children: 
(372) Susan 6-.,1 (373) Mary 7.,' (374) Ann M.,'' (375) Abby S? 
-{-376 Ezekiel,*' b. May 17, 1804; m. Czarina Newton. 

377 Mary Jane,^ b. Feb, 3, 1807; m. at Haverhill, Mass., Sept. 18, 1834, 

Nathaniel, son of Jacob B. and Lavinia (Butler) Gage. He was born at 
Pelham, N. H., Feb. 24, 1797; was a hatter, and member of the Univer- 
salist church at Methuen, and died there Dec. 15, 1874. His widow still 
resides at Methuen. Children: (i) Frank Elbridge (Gage), b. Hookset, 
N. H., Oct. 17, 1837; m. Feb. 11, 1864, Mary A., daughter of Wilson S. 
and Mary (Johnson) Wright of Fulton, 111. She was born Aug. 4, 1843. 
He served in Company K, 8th III. Regt. Vols., and is now trainmaster of 
the Burlington, Cedar Rapids and N R. R., residing at Rockford, 

111. (2) Mary Ann (Gage), b. Concord, N. H., Aug. 13, 1838. (3) Cyrus 
Bradley (Gage), b. Nov. 27, 1S40; m. April 6, 1861, Josephine, daughter 
of George and Abbie (Silver) Esterbrook. She was born at Concord, 
N. H., Aug. 3, 1843. He is an express messenger, treasurer of the Uni- 
versalist church, and has been chief engineer. Children : (I) Mary Eliz- 
abeth, b. Methuen, Jan. 6, 1863; (11/ Elbridge Franklin, b. Oct.* 15, 1864; 
(III) Frank Ediuin, b. Aug. 13, 1876 

378 Lodicy Jane,® b. i8ii; m. Amesbury, Mass., Nov. 13, 1832, Timothy Os-, 

good, who was born at Amesbury, March 3, 1810. He is a carriage maker 
provision dealer, and member of the Congregational church at Lawrence, 
Mass. Children: (i) Francis Perry (Osgood), b. Jan. 12, 1835; d. Nov. 
21, 1867. (2) Elbridge Boardtnan (Osgood), b. July 25, 1836; m. Feb. 13, 
1862, Sarah Sample. He served nine months in the War of the Rebellion, 
and was nine years city auditor of Lawrence. Child : (I) Frank Elijah, b. 
July 22, 1865. (3) Timothy Laroy [Osgood), b. May i, 1839; d. Nov. 28, 
1844. (4) Mary Elizabeth (Osgood), b. Aug. 7, 1842; m. Dec. 28, 1870, 
William Henry Sprague of Lowell, Mass. She was a celebrated con- 
tralto singer. They have (I) Faschal, b. Aug. 10, 1S76. (5) Timothy La- 
roy (Osgood), b. Aug. 8, 1850; d. Nov. 24, 1879. 

379 Benjamin Jones,* b. 1817; m. 1836, Mary Jane Weeks of Bow, N. H. He 

has been a harness maker at Hookset, N. H., many years; has held sev- 
eral town offices, and been representative to the Legislature. They have 
four daughters and one son. 



139 

David Gile^ (Ezekiel,* Daniel^ Ephraim^ Samuel'^)^ son of Ezekiel 
and Gertrude (Davis) Gile, born at Plaistow, N. H., July 13, 1770, 
married first, Sarah Aver, daughter of Daniel and Sally (Adams) 
Ayer. She was born Oct. 9, 1771, and died 1803; married second, 
Anna Goodwin; married third, Susan Bruce; married fourth, Mrs. 
Eaton. He was a farmer at Plaistow, Bradford, Mass., Hopkinton, N. 
H., and died at West Concord, May 21, 1843. 



248 GUILE GENEALOGY. 

Children by Sarah Ayer : 

385 Sally Adams," b. at Plaistow, Mar. 6, 1792, d. at Haverhill, Mass., Oct. 28, 

1S5S; m. Nov. II, 1S13, Samuel, son of Josiali and Ruth (Bradley) Chase, 

He was born at Haverhill, May 13, 17S3. He was a sliuemaker. farmer 

and a member of the Baptist church at Haverhill, and died there Sept. 

24, 184S. Children : 

(1; Lorenzo (Chase), b. April 5, 1S15; m, 1st, Nov. 4, 1843. Permelia 

Colby of Hillsborough, N, H., resides at Lowell; child, (I) /Vr- 

melia Celestia, b. July 25, 1S44, now a teacher in the Pawtucket 

school of Lowell; m. 2d, Sept. 26, 1S47, Betsey Olivia Gove, of 

Rumney, N. H,, b. Oct. 18, 1822; child, (U) Ellen Aui^us/a, h. ALay 

18, 1S51, d. June 27, 1875; m, William Brickett of Haverhill; (IH) 

AJary Emma, b. Nov. 27, 1857, d. Jan. 21, 1879; (IV) George, b. 

April 3, i860, d. April 9, 1874. 

(2) Charles Chaiincy (Chase I, b. Jan. 19, iSiS; m. Nov. 30, 1S41, ^L-^r- 

tha Smith Cowles, He graduated at Dartmouth College in 1839, 
was preceptor of Caledonia Co. grammar school at Peacham, Vt., 
si.\ years, principal of the High school at Lowell -^ years, — 1845 
to 1SS3, — is now retired, residing at Lowell. Children: (I) Charles 
Ahner,\). May 20, 1844, d. 1875; graduated at Dartmouth College, 
1865, became principal of the \\ oonsocket High school; (H) George 
Gile, b. Mar.2i, 1S47, d. Aug. 16, 1849; (HI) E'lancis A'elson, b. July 
28, 1849, '^ ""^^^ ^ clerk in the Old Lowell National Bank: (IV) Su- 
san Harriet, b. Aug. 5, 1851, m. Prof. C, F. Bradley of the Garrett 
Biblical Institute, Evansville, 111.; (V) Frederic Arthur, b. \\>x\\ 21, 
1S5S, clerk in the Old Lowell National Bank; (VI) Mary Alice, b. 
Aug. 7, 1861, d. Aug. 18, 1863; (VII) William Chester, b. Mar. 17, 
• 1865, a house decorator, 

(3) Elbridge Walter (Chase), b. Feb. 23, 1S20; d. at Richfield, Minn., 

June 12, 1883, m. Sarah Clement. He was for a long time City 
Missionary in St. Paul, Minn,, where his widow still resides. Chil- 
dren : {\)' Caleb Clement, b. May 18, 1844., resides at St. Paul; (II) 
Mary Ella, b. Aug, 16, 1851, m. Wyman Elliott, resides at Minnea- 
polis; (III) Charles Waller; (IW) Lizzie Gertrude, b, Oct. 2, 1856, 
m. James I. Jellatt of St, Paul. 

(4) Celestia (Chase), b. Jan. 9, 1822; d. Dec. 29, 1823. 

(5) Samuel L. (Chase), b. Mar. 8, 1825; d. April S, 1825. 

(6) Samuel A. (Chase), b. May 9, 1826; m. Sarah Hills Estabrook. He 

is treasurer of the Central Savings Bank, Lowell, Mass; child, (I) 
Gertrude Alice, b. April 11, 1864. 

(7) Sarah Ayer (Chase), b. June 28, 1S2S; m. Rev. John Parsons of 

Newton Center, Mass.; children, (I) Usher P., b. Jan. 26, 1858, d. 

Sept. 6, 1873: (II) Charles C, b. June 6. 1859; (HI) ^^/;;V /-■., b. 

Feb. 6, iS62,d. Sept, 8, 1S64; (IV) William E., b. Aug. 26, 1S65; 

(V) Abide E., b. Dec. 27, 186S, d. Sept. 28, 1873; (VI) George ,1/., 

b. July 28, 1871, d. Aug. i, 1873. 
(S) Levtrett A/ilton {Chase), b. July iS, 1832, m. Anna Melina Marion. 

He is master of Dudley Grammar schot)l at Boston; children: (I) 

Sarah A/arion, b. June lo, 1863; (II) Harry Walderman, b. June 

23, 1866; (IH) Alary Evelina, b. Feb. 9. 186S, d. Sept, 17, 1868; 

(IV) Charles Samuel, b. Oct. 16, 1869; (V) Georgiana Melina, h, 

Jan. 15, 1875. 
(9) Mary White (Chase), b. Jan, 25, 1S35, m. John Bradley of PKiistow, 

N, H. They have (1) Herbert Arthur, b. Aug., 1855; (II) Harriet 

Jesse, b. Oct. 21, 1858. 
(10) Elizabeth Gile (Chase), b. Mar. 27, 1837, m. Charles IT. Bradley, 

resides at Haverhill, Mass.; child, (I) Anna Afenyn,h. May 27, 1S67. 
3S6 Charles Chauncy,*' b. Feb. 28. 1795; d. Sept., 1803. 
387 Lydia,*^ b. Aug. 5, 1797, d. June 27, i860; m, Caleb Clement of Hopkin- 

ton, N. H. 
38S Betsey,'' b. Nov. 18, 1799; d. Sept., 1S03. 



POSTERITY OF SAMUEL GUILE OF HAVEEHILL. 249 

Children by Susan Bruce: 

389 Eliza,^ b. Dec. 7, 18 10; m. Nathaniel Morrill, lived at Hopkinton, N. H. 

390 Anna,*' b. Feb. 28, 1813; m. Solon Sanborn of Concord, N. H. 

391 Gertrude,'^ b. May 17, 1820; d. Sept. 27, 1823. 

-f 392 David Chauncy,^ b. June i6, 1822; m. Nancy D. Shepard. 



142 

Samuel Gile^ {Ezekiel.,'^ Daniel,^ Ephraim^ Satniicl'^)^ son of Eze- 
kiel and Gertrude (Davis) Gile, born at Plaistow, N. H., July 23, 
1778. He finished his preparatory studies at Atkinson Academy, en- 
tered Dartmouth College in 1800, and sustained an unblemished 
character and a high standing as a scholar during his connection with 
that institution. After leaving college he commenced the study of 
divinity, and, on being licensed to preach, his services were eagerly 
sought after. His commanding presence, his rich style, his powerful 
voice, and especially, his extraordinary devotional powers, rendered 
him always an engaging and acceptable preacher. Mr. Gile- was in- 
vited to occupy the pulpit of the Congregational church in Milton, 
Mass., and was ordained Feb. 18, 1807. Soon after his settlement 
in Milton, Mr, Gile was married to Mary Henley White, daughter of 
Isaac White, Esq., of Salem, Mass. He lost a number of children in 
infancy. For several years his family consisted of his wife, an only 
son, and an only daughter, who was long an invalid. The son — a 
young man of an excellent spirit, an example of meekness and Chris- 
tian resignation — descended to the grave in 1827. His various 
domestic afflictions and his professional trials were borne with quiet- 
ness and exemplary patience. 

Dr. Gile never manifested any fondness for public life. He how- 
ever performed a number of important public duties, and he held 
several important offices in the religious coinmunity. He was called 
to preach before the Foreign Mission Society of Boston and vicinity, 
the Norfolk Education Society, the Society for Promoting Christian 
Knowledge, the Society for Propagating the Gospel, the Convention 
of Congregational Ministers in Massachusetts, etc. In the education 
6i indigent and pious young men for the Christian ministry, he took 
the deepest interest. At the time of his death he was Secretary of 
the Norfolk Auxiliary Education Society, and a member of the Board 
of Directors of the American Education Society. A few months be- 
fore his decease, he received the honorary degree of Doctor of Divin- 
ity from the University of Verwiont. 

Dr. Gile's religious opinions were well known. He was cordially 
attached to the system of faith held by the fathers of New England. 
He was remote, on the one hand, from a lax system of theology, and 
on the other from ultra orthodoxy. In the belief of the evangelical 
doctrines he lived, and in the belief of them he died. Though firm in 
his religious sentiments, he was liberal towards those who differed from 
him. Nothing was further from his bosom than a spirit of denuncia- 
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250 GUILE GENEALOGY. 

tion and censoriousness. He was no polemic nor controversialist. 
His preacliinu; was rather experimental and practical than doctrinal. 

He was much distinguished for his extraordinary gifts in prayer. 
His devotional exercises were marked by a sublimity, a richness, a free- 
dom and a power, which elevated the souls of his fellow-worshipers 
above this world, to sweet and holy communion with God. Dr. Gile 
was a very affectionate pastor. In the chamber of sickness and beside 
the bed of death, he was kind, soothing and prompt. In the temporal 
as well as the spiritual concerns of his flock, he took the most lively 
interest. They ever found him a prudent counselor, a timely peace- 
maker and a confiding friend. 

In the domestic circle, his character shone in the fairest colors, and 
at home, in the bosom of his family, he found the sweetest pleasures. 
Benevolence was a marked feature, or rather one of the foundations 
of his character. He felt tenderly for the poor, and contributed 
largely for their relief. His heart overflowed with the most unaffected 
compassion for all in distress, and had his means been as large as his 
benevolent desires, no case of suffering would have gone unrelieved. 
Prudence was another trait in his character. Persons intimate with 
him for many years rarely or never heard an unguarded expression 
fall from his lips. His prudence might seem at some times, perhaps, 
to have degenerated into excessive caution. 

Dr. Gile was remarkably distinguished for uniformity and consist- 
ency of character. He was endued by nature with a disposition 
peculiarly amiable, and the grace of God, when added to it, rendered 
his temper and conduct singularly uniform and delightfully consistent. 
He was always the same. The same benignant smile played on his 
countenance, in the family and in the social circle, and was sometimes 
seen lingering there, chastened by religious awe, in the house of God. 
Consistency, that rare virtue, was one of his most striking character- 
istics. There was a perfection, a completeness, a beautiful symmetry 
in his character, which made him one of the most estimable of men. 
This would not however be manifest on a cursory observation. By 
his intimate friends it was strikingly and most delightfully seen. 

Under the trials, numerous and severe as they were, which he was 
called to experience, he was patient. He possessed great Christian 
meekness, and an uniform disposition to forgive injuries. By these 
dispensations in the providence of God, and by the influence of the 
Holy Spirit, which lie earnestly desired and constantly sought after, 
he was rapidly ripened for the rest remaining for the people of God. 

Dr. Gile died at Milton, on Sabbath, Oct. i6, 1S36, at the age of 
fifty-six. The circumstances of his decease were unusually affecting. 
In the public service of the morning, he was present in his usual 
health and strength, and officiated in the exercises, offering the first 
prayer and reading a portion of scripture. The sermon was preached 
by the Rev. S. A. Bumstead. During the exercises. Dr. Gile seemed 
much engaged and devotional ; often was he seen to wipe the falling 
tear from his eye. When the exercises were closed he returned home. 



POSTERITY OF SAMUEL GUILE OF HAVERHILL. 251 

Scarcely, however, was he seated at the dinner table when he was 
stricken by the hand of death, and in less than an hour ceased to 
breathe, and at the very time the people were assembling for the 
afternoon worship. 

On Tuesday, Oct. i8,his remains were committed to the earth amidst 
the tears of his affectionate and bereaved flock. On this occasion the 
Rev. Dr. Codman of Dorchester, who had been his neighbor and inti- 
mate friend for more than thirty years, preached a highly appropriate 
and interesting sermon, from which the principal part of the above 
sketch is extracted. 



160 

Reuben Gile^ {Ephraini,^ Sa^nucl^ Ephraim^ Samuel'^)^ son of 
Ephraim and Mary (Simons) Gile, born at Haverhill, Mass., Dec. 24, 
1760, married April 14, 1783, Sarah Messer, daughter of Daniel Mes- 
ser. She died in 1851. He was a farmer at Sutton, N. H., and died 
there in 1829. 

Children : 

-[-395 Levi,6 b. Oct. 22, 17S6; m. ist, Asenath Fletcher; 2d, Eliza Pewere. 

396 Sarah,*' b. March 14, 1790. 

397 Polly S.,« b. Oct. II, 1792; m. William Lowell. Children: {i) Sally, (2) 

IVilliain, (3) Reuben, (4) Roxanna. 

398 Reuben,*^ b. March 14, 1794; died young. 

399 Roxanna,*^ b. March 22, 1799; m. Daniel Marston. 

400 Jane,fi b. Sept. 22, 1S03; m. William Lowell. Child: (i) Jestina. 



161 

David Gile^ {Ephraim^ Samuel,^ Ephraim,^ Samuel''-), son of 
Ephraim and Mary (Simons) Gile, born at Haverhill, Mass., April 
29, 1763, married April 10, 1788, Phebe Marston, daughter of Benja- 
min and Elizabeth (Chandler) Marston. He was a farmer at New 
London, N. H., and died there about 1802. 

Children : 

401 Benjamin. *5 He died at New London, leaving a daughter, (402) Delia,'' isho 

was under 14 years of age in 1832. 
403 Betsey ,» d. Oct. 20, 1870; m. Feb. 4, 1812, Joshua Herrick of Corinth, Me. 
Children : (i) David Gile, b. Oct. 3, 1812; (2) Betsey Matilda, b. April 12, 
1814; (3) Joshua Manning, b. Nov. 11, 1816; (4) Charles, b. Feb. 10, 
1S19; (5) Joseph Colby, b. March 22, 182 1 ; (6) Rapsnna Blake, b. Jan. 4, 
1826; (7) Nathan C, b. Aug. 22, 1S2S; (8) Emily Ann, b. June 21, 1830; 
(9) Charlotte Ball, b. April i, 1835. 
4-404 David Simpson.^ b. Oct., 1794; m. Emily Gage. 

405 James Manning.^ 
-(-406 Asa Marston,6 b. March 29, 1801 ; m. Rebecca P. Sweet. 
407 Rapsima.^ 



252 GUILE GENEALOGY. 

162 

Samuel Gile^ (Asa,* Samuel^ Ephraim^ Samuel'^), son of Asa and 
Sarah (Nealley) Guile, born at Nottingham, N. H., married first, Bet- 
sey BowDoiN, wlio died March, 1795. ^^ married second, Eleanor 
Bean, daughter of James and Sarah (Weeks ) Bean. He was a farmer 
at Nottingham. When a young man, a team loaded with logs ran 
over his leg and it had to be amputated. He ever afterwards wore a 
wooden one in its place. Late in life he moved to Effingham, N. H., 
where he died. 

Children by Betsey Bowdoin : 

-)-4oS Asa,'' b. March 10, 1791 ; m. ist, Mary Crockett; 2d, Maria Fogg. 

409 A daughter, •'• m. Fogg of Gilmanion Iron Works. 

4-410 Samuel,*^ b. March 10, 1795; "i- '^t, Mehitable Weeks; 2d, Abigail Morrison. 

Children by Eleanor Bean : 

-j-411 James Bean," b. June 30, iSoo; m. Sarah Goodhue. 

412 Sarah,^ b. at Nottingham, June 17, 1802; d. at Cliftondale, Mass., April 24, 
1881 ; m. Winthrop Marston, son of Josiah and Ruamah (Marston) Bur- 
leigh, fie was born at Lee, N. H., Jan. 20, 1795, ^"<^ d\t(!i at Effingham, 
N. H., May 15, i860. He was a farmer and cabinet maker. Children : 
(i) Z;7/c« (Burleigh), b. Feb. 12, 1821 ; m. Sachel Clark Dore, who was 
a hotel keeper at Loda, then a lumber merchant at Chicago; is 
now retired and resides at Lagrange, 111. Children : (I) Jo/ut Free- 
man, b. 1845; '"• Charlotte K. Martin of Manchester, N. H. He is 
a manufacturer of wooden ware at Lagrange. Children: (A) Mildred, 
b. Dec. 6, 1861; (B) Ldward Burleigh, b. Sept. 6, 1865; (C) Ella, b. 
March 16. 1876. (II) Ella, b. 1851; d. March 18, 1876; m. George 
Loom is of Chicago. 
f (2) Josiah (Burleigh), b. Feb. i, 1S23; m. ist, Sarah Blaisdell, who died at 
Salem, Mass., Jan. 4, 1854; m. 2d, Eliza Jane, daughter of Reuben 
and I'.lizabeth M. (luiierson) Ingalls of Lewiston, Me. She was born 
at Bridgton, Me., May 20, 1832. He commenced business for him- 
self at Lewiston, where he had a clothing store; shortly after was 
ordained a minister of the M. E. church and located at Fownal; then 
returned to Lewiston and was a grain merchant; moved to Portland 
in 1S60 and opened a clothing store where he has remained up to 
the present, except two years engaged in the produce and grain busi- 
ness, living at Loda and Cairo, III., two years as a traveling sales- 
man, living at Cliftondale, Mass., and two years a farmer at Hollis- 
ton, Mass. [See portrait.) Children: (I) Josiah Edward, b. Salem, 
Mass., May 19, 1847; m. Augusta M. Storah of Auburn, Me. He is 
a painter at Boston. (II) Charles Saiihom, b. .Sept. 22, 1849; ^- ^^t. 
12, 1S51. (Ill) Sarah Maria, b. July 12, 1852; d. May 16, 1S53. 
(IV) Charles, b. Lewiston, Me., Feb. 26, 1855; m. Nov. 12, 1879, 
Sarah FVances, daughter of Enoch G. and Sarah (Loveitt) Willard. 
The compiler of this genealogy attended the public schools at Port- 
land, Me., Loda and Cairo, III., Cliftondale and Holliston, .Mass., 
and the Edward Little Institute at Auburn, Me.; also attended com- 
mercial college, read law one year, and for several years was engaged 
with his father in the clothing business. Since 1879, has been engaged 
in the commission fish and salt business at Portland. In politics he 
is a Democrat, having served two years in the city government, and 
as a ward officer since 1877; is a member of several charitable and 
benevolent societies, and secretary of the Maine Genealogical Society. 
In 18S0, he published the Burleigh Genealogy. [See portrait.) Child: 



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(A) Charles Randall, b. May 28, 1883. (V) Henry Howard, h. Sept. 
7 iSse • m. Nellie D. Bridgham of Auburn. He is a clerk at Portland. 
Children: (A) Sarah Lida. b Nov. 7, 1880; (B) Emerson Cecil, b. 
Aug If) 1882. (VI) Sarah Elizabeth, b. Portland, Dec. 16, 1861 ; d. 
Sept. 8, 1862. (VII) Fred Albert, b. June 6, 1863; d. Dec. 29, 1870. 
(VIII)' Winthrop Hid^ley, b. Sept. i r , 1 873. 

(3) Snmn Maria (Burleigh), b. Feb. 18, 1825; d. Oct. 10, 1840. 

(4) Knamah ( Burleigh), b. Dec. 18, 1S26 ; m. Sylvester T. Lougee, who is a 

farmer and carpenter at Effingham, N.H. Children: {\)Edwin,\y. Sept. 
Q 184^;; is a police officer at Jamaica Plain, Mass., and has several 
children. (II) Hayes, b. Sept. 19, 1848; m. Nellie E Lee, and is a 
lawyer in Boston, residing at Chelsea. (l\l)Abbie S., b. Jan. 23. 1853. 
(IV) Josiah Burleigh, b. Nov. 2, 1854. (V) George IV., h. June 3, 
1859; is a physician at Lynn, Mass. ( VI) Frank T., h. Sept. 3, 1862. 
(VII) Mott R.,\>. Nov. II, 1866; died. , . „ j 

(0 Mary ^t^^r^// (Burleigh), b. Dec. 18, 182S; m. ist. Andrew J. Hammond; 
2d Tohn P. Lvnch, formerly a detective at Boston, and now located 
at Chicago. Children by first husband : (I) Wmthrop M. B., resides 
at Boston; {\\) Dora\ {\\\\ Annie E., x^. Clark of Pittsfield, 

(6) Olivia Ann (Burleigh), b. April 18, 1831 ; d. 1866; m. Daniel W. Pineo 

who is a farmer and cattle buyer at Canning, N. S. Children : (i) 
Inez Anna, b. 1854; m. Capt. George R. Patten. (II) George E., b. 
Jan. 4, 1856; m. Clara A. Bennett. (Ill) Edna B., b. i860; m. 
Harlan P. Ayer, superintendent of a hat factory at Portland, Maine. 
(IV) Maria F., b. 1862. (V) Sarah P., b. 1864. (VI) Caroline R., 

b. 1866. 

(7) iY«rr/V/^«.frt« (Burleigh), b. May II, 1834; died. 

(8) Charles A^^«r;' (Burleigh), b. Oct. 13, 1836; m. Eliza Jane Raddin. He 

is a teamster in Boston, and resides at Cliftondale, Mass. Children : 
(I) Annie G., b. Oct. 24, 1S72; (II) Rua Dore, b. May 5, 1S75; (^I) 
Charles Milton, b. Oct. 4. 1877 ; (IV) Albert P., b. . 

(q) Naroy Guile (Burleigh), b. Nov. 12, 1S38; m. ist, Hannah J. Simpson 
of Bridgton, Me. ; 2d, 1887, Maria Googins of East Boston. He was 
a cabinet maker, and a patrolman at Boston several years ; is now 
chiefof police at Waltham, Mass. 
(10) Albert Perkins (Burleigh), b. May 29, 1846; m. Susie T. Staples of Bid- 
deford Me. He has been a traveling salesman at Boston for several 
years. Child : (I) Louise Eynaud, b. July 11, 1875; d. Feb. 2, 1878. 

413 Mary Jane,6 m. Horace Maloon. _ 

414 Joseph.s d. about 1870, age 65; m. Sarah Pickering; had no children. 
41 c Ellen,^ m. Smith Oilman. 

416 Hannah,« b. March 12, 1812; m. John R. Garland, who was a farmer at 
Ossipee, N. H. Children: (i) 7l4^;/-;a (Garland), b. April 6, 1842; m. 
Charles L. Connor, who is a carpenter at Moultonville, N.H. Child: 
(I) Charles Edwin, b. June 9, 1873. (2) Mary L. (Garland) b July 4, 
1848 m Daniel E. Heath, who is employed in the Ossipee Woolen iMiIi 
at Moultonville. Child: (I) Gertie E.,h. Nov. 18. 1876. [2,) Laura E. 
(Garland), b. Jan. 14, 1850; m. John Hodge, a railroad employe at Moul- 
tonville. Children : (I) Edgar C, b. July 4, 1869; (II) Nellie B , b. Nov. 
21, 1870; (III) Bertie N., b. Nov. 23. 1872; (IV) Maude F., l^- Feb 7, 
1876. (4) /4nz^^//a (Garland), b. July 30, 1851 ; d. Dec. 4. 1866. (5) 
Sumner G. (Garland), b. July 30, 185 1 ; m. Augusta Chick, and is a farmer 
at Moultonville. Children : (i) Albert B., b. June 8, 1873; (II) ^'''"''^ J-> 
b. Sept. 25, 1874; (III) Mertie B., b. April 20, i88i. 



254 GUILE GENEALOGY. , 

164 

John Kezar Gile* (Samue/,* S<r;/i/ie/' EphraiDi,'^ Siimuel^), son of 
Samuel and I'hebe (Kezar) Gile, born at Haverhill, Mass., March i8, 
1765, married July 17, 1791, Lucy Eaton. He was a farmer at Dun- 
barton, N. H., in 1805. 

Children : 

417 John Kezar," b. June 7, 1792. 

+418 Enoch Katon,<^ b. June 14, 1794 ; m. Priscilla Barber. 

419 Esther,*' b. June 19, 1796. 

420 Hezekiah,** b. Sept. 9, 1798. 

421 Ruth Sophia," b. Nov. 13, iSoi. 

422 Eimira," b. Jan. 2, 1S05. 

167 

Jesse Gile* (Samue/,* Samuel^ Ephraim^ Samuel^), son of Samuel 
and Phebe (Kezar) Gile, born at Haverhill, Mass., May 27, 1771, 
married Mary Marville. He was a farmer at Raymond, N. H., and 
died there August 7, 1838. 

Children : 

423 Ruth," b. June i, 1795; ^- April i. 1S71. 

424 David," b. Mar. 30 1797, d. at Candia. N. H.; m. Susan Griffin. Children: 

(425) Jo/in //.,' is a farmer at Candia; (426) Mary,' m. Knowles, and 
resides at Haverhill, Mass. 

427 Phebe," b. May 8, 1S02. d. Dec. 12, 1S60 ; m. Elias Wendall. 

428 Samuel," b. Oct. 23, 1S04; d. Feb., 1S23. 

429 Mary," b. June 21, 1807; d. April 16, 1857; m. Nathaniel D. West. 
-J-430 Jesse," b. Mar. 3, 1S12; m. Eliza Towle. 



169 

David Gile* {Samuel* Samuel,^ EpJwaivi^ Sofnuel^), son of Samuel 
and Phebe (Kezar) Gile, born at Haverhill, Mass., March 26, 1776, 
married, April, 1800, Mary Wood, daughter of Thomas and Alice 
(Bailey) Wood of Bradford, Mass. She was born June 29, 1799. He 
was a farmer, and died Sept. 25, 1S60. 

Children : 

-)-43i Thomas Wood," b. Mar. 28, 1801 ; m. Judith Sargent. 

432 Alice," b. May 11, 1803; m. Samuel Thompson of Newton, N. H., who 
was born May 8, 1799. Children: (i) iiamitel Warren (Thompson), b. 
Mar. 23, 1S20, m. Mary Ann, daughter of Dustin Heath; children, (I) 
Diislin Henry, b. 1846; (II) Mury Ann Elizabeth, b. 1S4S; (III) EJ-ward 
Leroy, d. young. (IV) IVillard F., b. 1S53; (V) Katy Josephine. (2) Alice 
Ann (Thompson), b. Feb. 11, 1822; m. Samuel P'arrington of Amesbury, 
Mass.. who was born Nov. 22, 1820. He was a farmer and shoemaker 
at North Haverhill. Children: (I) Alice Ann, b. April ir, 1S47; (II) 
Samitd Thompson, b. April 29, 1S51. (3) ll'ihles PVeston (Thompson), b. 
Oct. ?S, 1823; m. Mary J, G., daughter of Joseph and Judith (Clough 



POSTERITY OF SAMUEL GUILE OF HAVERHILL. 255 

Coop of Chester, resided at East Haverhill ; children, (I) Satnuel,h. Nov. 
5, 1852; (II) George Wesioii, b. Nov. 26, 1854; (HI) Mary Olive, b. Jan. 
14, 1856; (IV) A/ice Fanchion, b. March 6, 1858. (4) Mary Alvira, 
(Thompson), b. 1825, d. 1848; (5) Hazen Varmini (Thompson), b. May 
3, 1827 ; Sarah II., daughter of Enoch and Hannah (Terry) Stevens. She 
was born March 20, 1834. He was a shoemaker at Haverhill ; child, (I) 
Arthur Frank, b. Apr. 27, 1854. (6) Charles Qhatuuy Chase (Thompson), 
b. 1829. (7) Thnolhy Hiram (Thompson), (alias Luther Gile), b. i83r. 
(8) Catherine Mehitable (Thompson), b. Nov. 3, 1834, m. Richard, son of 
Richard and Elizabeth (Fitts) Peaslee, who was a shoemaker at Haver- 
hill. (9) William Henry (Thompson), b. 1836. (10) Nathan Byron 
(Thompson), b. 1837. (li) Sarah Elizabeth (I'hompson), b. 1839, m. 
Thomas W. Gile jr. (12) Helen Marion (Thompson), b. 1840. (13) Moses 
Warner (I'hompson), b. 1842. 
433 Luther,'^ b. April 9, 1807; m. Esther, daughter of John Ricker. She was 
born Feb. 19, 1809. He was a farmer at Plaistovv, N. H., and died there. 
Children : (434) George WnislowJ died young; (435) George Washington,'' 
b. 1842; (436) Elvira Lanrentine^ b. 1844. 

437 Elvira,^ b. 1S09; unmarried. 

438 Sarah Lapham," b. April, 1813; m. Ephraim Chase jr. of Haverhill. 

439 David, "^ b. Aug. 16, 1819; m. at Derry, N. H., Nov. 14, 1844, Cordelia C, 

daughter of Daniel and Elizabeth (Sleeper) Carr. She was born March 
28, 1822. He is a carpenter at Haverhill, Mass. Child: (440) Mary E.,"^ 
b. at Groveland, Mass., Oct. 6, 1845; m. George R. Keating. 



172 

John Gilf/ {John,^ Samuel? Ephrahn? Samuel'^), son of John and 
Mary (Nealley) Gile, born at Nottingham, N. H., married Catherine 
TuTTLE. He was drowned in the harbor of Wilmington, N. C. about 
18 ig. She died at Efifingham, N. H. 

Children : 

441 John,5 m. Mary Rogers of Amesbury, Mass. 

-j-442 George,*' b. 1794; m. Clarissa Durgin. 

443 Ira,*^ d. at Chelsea, Mass., July 5. 1858; unmarried. 

444 William,^ m. ist, Phebe Noyes; 2d, Holbs. He died at Youngstown, 

Ohio, leaving one daughter. 

446 Catherine Tuttle,*> b. at Northwood, N. H., Mar. 11, 1793; d- Apr. 6, i860; 

m. 1st, Joseph, son of Nathaniel and Rebecca (Durell) Stevens, a farmer 

at Lee, b. 17S7, d. Mar. 1815; m. 2d, Ebenezer Lovering, son of Thomas 

and Sarah (Davis) Bennett. He was born at Northwood, May 3, 1795, 

and died there June 10, 1SS3. Children : 

(i) Lydia Ann (Stevens), b. Mar, 11, 1810, d. June 10, 1843; '"^ 1S32, 

Reuben, son of Gideon and Lois (Scales) Mathews (Mathes). He 

was a farmer, lived at Lee forty-four years, in California seven years 

and in Illinois twenty-five years, and died at Chicago in April, 1SS5; 

children, (I) Sarah Jatie (Mathews), b. at Lee, May 11, 1S33, d. May 

21,- 1863; m. 1859, Alexander McCoy, a prominent lawyer of Peoria, 

111., now of Chicago. She graduated at South Iladley, Mass., in 

1850, and was principal of a ladies' seminary five years in Peoria; 

child, {h.) Sarah Matheios. (II) Joseph Stevens (Mathews), b. Oct. 

19, 1S34; m. Martha Frazier. He was a farmer at Aledo, 111., now 

at Hazen, Ark.; children, (A) Lloyd Garrison, (B) Matilda Frazier. 

(Ill) Adelaide Victoria (Mathews), b. Mar. 25, 1838; m. at Peoria, 

111., Nov. 7, 1855, George F'ranklin, son of Gen. Al)ner and Rebecca 

(Liebreich) Harding. lie was born at Lewisburgh, Pa., Oct. i, 1830, 



256 GUILE GENEALOGY. 

graduated at Harvard College in 1S40, the first student from Illinois, 
is now a lawyer and capitalist at Chicago; children, (A) Abner Clarke, 
b. at Peoria, Dec. 31, 1857, m. May 7, 1879, Addie Church, chil- 
dren, (a) Abiter Clarke jr., (b) George Church. (B) Victor, b. at Chi- 
cago, April 25, iS66, is a junior at Harvard; (C) George Franklin 
jr., b. Aug. 16, 1S6S, is a senior at Exeter, N. H.; (D) Adelaide, b, 
Sept. 5,1870; ()•;) Beatrice, b. Aug. 20, 1873; [,Y) Susan Grace, h. 
Dec. 10, 1S74; (G) Madeline Rebecca, b. Nov. iS, 1877. 

(2) Enoch (Stevens), b. 1S12; died young. 

(3) John Ball (Bennett), b. April 23, 1S20; d. Sept. 19, 1840. 

(4) George Gile (V,ftnwKt\.\.), b. 1823; m. ist, at Lawrence, Mass.. in 1S52, 

Mary Adelaide Whitehouse, who died at Lee, May, 1S75; m. 2d, 
April, 1883, Mary Hill Pearl. Me is a farmer at Strafford, N. H. 
Child: (I) Joseph Ball, b. at Berwick, Me., Aug. 23, 1854, keeps a 
livery stable at Newmarket, N. H. 

(5) SatHuel (V,cn\\t\.t) h. 1826; ni. at Benicia, Cal., 1S67, B. Scanlin. He 

was a sergeant in the regular army in 1852, and served in the War of 
the Rebellion; is now an officer in the state prison at San Quentin, 
Cal. No children. 

(6) Hannah (I^ennett), b. Feb. 28, 1830 ; m. at Lee, Dec. 28, 1854, Edward, 

son of Jonas and Susanna (Viles) Coburn. He was born at Weston, 
Mass., July i, 1820, is a farmer at Weston, and has been a member of the 
State Legislature. Children: (I) T/iowas Ed-coard, b. (Jet. 15, 1S55 ; 
m. Dec. 28, 1881, Harriet Elizabeth Sherman. He is a farmer at 
Weston; children, (A) Ediuard Sherman, b. Oct. 25, 1882; (B) Har- 
old Winthrop, b. Oct. 6, 18S5; (C) Willard Raymond, b. Jan. 5, 18S7. 
(II) Albert Eugene, b. Jan. 4, 1857; m. April 16, 1884, Adelaide, 
daughter of Samuel C. and Melinda (Richardson) March. She was 
born at Windham, Me , April 18, 1863. He is a farmer at Weston; 
child, (A) Albert Charles, b. June 28. 1885. (HI) Caroline Bennett, 
b. Nov. II, 1867; (IV) Florence Mabel, b. July 9, 1869; (V) Oscar 
Bennett, b. April 29, 187 1. 

(7) Thomas Atjvood (Bennett), b. Oct. 19, 1833; m. July, 1858, Sarah Jane 

Whiting. Children: (I) Em?na I-rances, b. July, 1859. d. Jan., 1862; 
{\\) Samuel Ira, b. Dec. 7, 1S62; (III) Charles Whiting,h. 1S65 ; 
(IV) Arthur Coburn, b. 1870. 

(8) David Ste~ciens (Bennett), b. Sept. 2, 1836; m. May 31, 18G6, Rebecca 

Pierce Durell of Newmarket. He was a soldier in the late war, and 
is now a farmer at Lee. No children. 

447 Sally,6 m. Smith of Hollis, Me. ; had several children :( i) C^'^'riT'^. (2) 

Charles H, served through the entire war, participating in sixty-two 
engagements; was promoted, and is now brevet major-general in the 
regular army, and resides at Fort Brown, Texas. 

448 Lydia Ann,*' m. John Kennett of Nottingham, N. II., and resides in Maine. 

Son William lives at Madison, N. II. 



175 

WiLLiA]\i Nealley Gile"* {7''/i>i,* Samiic/,^ Ephrai7n^ SamueP), son 
of John and Mary (Nealley) Gile, born at Nottingham, N. H., June 
30, 1776, married Jan. i, 1801, Amy Philbrick, who was born Dec. 
25, 1783. He died at Mt. Vernon, Me., Nov. 7, 1864. 

Children : 

-f449 Joseph," b. May 30. 1S02; m. Sarah Porter. 

450 "Mary.f'b. Jan. i, 1S04, d. 1S6S; m. Edwin E. Tuttle of Readfield, Me. 

451 John," b. Sept. 22, 1805; d. 1836. 



POSTERITY OF SAMUEL GUILE OF HAVERHILL. 257 

452 William,^ b. Aug. 17,1807, d. 1884; m. Sarah Philbrick. They had twelve 
children, some of whom live at Kangeley, Me.: (453) rhilbrick,^ (454) 
Laura,'^ (455) William H.,'' (456) Mary J.,'' (^^j)C/iarlds IV.,^ (458) Afer- 
c//a>il,' (459) yiilia,~ (460) Clara,'' (46 1) Ac/a,'' (462) Sara/i,'' (463) Cora,'^ 

(464) ■■' 

-I-465 Mark,8 b. Aug. 13, 1S09; m. Emeline II. Robinson. 

-j-466 Asa,*' b. Oct. 20. iSii; m. Ursula J. Smith. 

467 Samuel H.,^ b. Feb. 23, 18 14; d. 1849. 

468 Harrison, 8 b. Feb. 7, 1817 ; d. 1843. 

469 Orison,'* b. Aug. 2, 1820; d. 1845. 

470 Amy Ann,** b. July 9, 1823; d. 1825. 



179 

Mark Gile^ iyoJm,^ Samuel^ Ephraim^ Samuel'^), son of John and 
Mary (Nealley) Gile, born at Nottingham, N. H., March 31, 1780, 
married first, Sarah McCrillis, daughter of John and Sarah (Thomp- 
son) McCrillis. She was born in 1782 and died July 22, 1858; mar- 
ried second, widow Sarah Gerrish. Mr. Gile was a social man and 
delighted to entertain friends or strangers. He was a farmer at Not- 
tingham, and died there Jan. 7, 1868. 

Children : 

471 Sarah,^ b. March 20, 1807; m. Samuel Woodman of Deerfield, N. H., who 

was born Nov. 26, i8o6. He was one of the leading citizens and business 
men of Deerfield, and noted for his genial manners. He died in 1882. 
His widow resides at Deerfield; no children. 

472 Mary,* b. Feb. 6, 1809, d. June 7, 1872; m. , Robert, son of John and 

Mary (Avery) Stevens of Nottingham. He died in 1S73. Children : (i) 
George W., b. June 21, 1836; m. Abby A., daughter of Hugh and Cath- 
erine (Emery) Kelsey. He is a lawyer. (2) Sarah A., m. Arthur M. 
Chase, who is a farmer at Deerfield, and has held important town offices. 
(3) Laura y., m. Hobart Stevens of Deerfield. (4) Roweua, m. George 
W. Demerritt of Nottingham. 

473 John,' b. May 5, 181 1 ; m. Hannah Cheney of Goffstown, N. H. He was a 

farmer, and a member of the M. E. church at Nottingham, and died there 
July 24, 1866. Children: (474) Charles,'' died; (475) John Frank,'' '\?, z 
farmer at Nottingham, unmarried; (476) Georgt^ is a farmer at Notting- 
ham, unmarried; (4T]) Hannah,'' m. Jones. 
478 Eliza,** b. June 14, 1813, d. Oct. 11, 1873; m. John, son of John and Mary 
(Roberts) Kelsey. He was an esteemed citizen of Nottingham, and died 
Oct. 3, 1874, Children: (i) Laura Ann, resides at Nottingham; (2) 
Warren, is a farmer at Nottingham, unmarried; (3) Eliza Jane, m. E. B. 
Gould, who is a lawyer at Nashua, N. H., no children; (4) Hiram, m. 
Eva Leavitt, and resides at Nottingham; children, (I) Edith; (II) Harry; 
(5) Ichabud, m. Annie Bartlett of Lee; he is a farmer at Nottingham, 
and has three children; (6) James, is a farmer at Nottingham, unmarried. 

+479 Joseph,** b. June 21, .1815; m. Rebecca McDaniel, 

4-480 Jacob,^ b. Aug. 17, 1817 ; m. Catherine E. Sherburne. 

481 Jane Frances,** b. Aug. 9, 1820; m. April 8, 1847, John H., son of Daniel 
and Hannah (Hill) Harvey. He was a farmer at Nottingham; enlisted in 
in the War of the Rebellion, and was killed near the Petersburgh and 
Richmond Turnpike; his widow resides at Newmarket. Children: (i) 
John Alvaras, b. Dec. 11, 1851 ; d. March i8, 1852. (2) Will Everett, b. 
June 2, 1853; m. Feb. 18, 1885, Annie Ralcar of Portsmouth, N. H. He 
is a carpenter at Newmarket. (3) Addie Bell, b. April 13, 1S59; is a 
school teacher. 



258 GUILE GENEALOGY. 

482 Lydia Ann,* b. May 29, 1823; m. June 22, 1843, John Parkman, son of 
John and Sarah C. (Butler) Haley of Lee, N. H. He was born Oct. 24, 
1820, and is a farmer at Lee. Children: (i) Olivia, b. July 21, 1844; d. 
Aug. 6, 1865; m. Alanson C, son of Washington and Abigail (Folsom) 
Haines. She was a member of the Freewill Baptist church, and a woman 
of rare attainments. He is a bank clerk at Newmarket. (2) George Ben- 
ton, m. May 7, 1879. Josephine Ham. He is town treasurer, station 
agent, and a dealer in corn anfi flour at N^ottingham. Children : (I) Wal- 
dron Butler, {II) Sumner Abbott, {111) Lawrence Dow. {^) /-riin/:, m. 
Nov. 29, 1877, Sarah Libby. He is a farmer at Nottingham. Children: 
(I) Herman Parkman, (H) Mabel S. 



182 

Timothy Gile* {Atnos,* Saf/me/," Ephraim^ Satnuel^)^ son of Amos 
and Ruth (Foster) Gile, born at Pembroke, N. H., Sept, 27, 1788, 
married Lydia Gushing, who was born at Halifax, Mass., March 21, 
1790. He was a farmer at Pembroke, and died there Jan. i, 1867. 

Children : 

483 Mary Foster,^ b. Dec. 29. 181S; m. May 15. 1S56, William L. Morse. They 
reside at Suncook Village, N. H. No children. 
-{-484 Brainerd,'' b. Sept. 6, 1S20; m. Mary N. Kimball. 

485 Elizabeth Boardman,*"' b. Sept. iS, 1823; d. Sept. 13, 1824. 

486 Jerome Cushing,** b. Nov. 12, 1S25; m. Sept. 5, 1S50, Emily, daughter of 

Moody Ladd. of Haverhill, N. H. He lived at Hookset, N. H., South- 
bridge, Mass., and Hammonton, N. J. He died at Hammonton, Dec. 15, 
1S78. Children : (487) Mary Emily'' b. Hookset, July 3, 1S53; m. Aug. 
28, 18S6, John E. Tilton, and resides at Hammonton. (488) IVilliam //ert- 
ry,"^ b. Southbridge, Dec. 3, 1S59; d. Sept. 20, 1S85. 
4S9 Abraham Burnham,*' b. April 26, 1828; d. Sept. 13, 1S48. 



186 

Daniel Gile* (Amos*, Sa?nuc/,^ Ephraim,- Samuel'^), son of Amos 
and Ruth (Foster) Gile, born at Haverhill, Mass., March 7, 1796, 
married Mary Jane Sherwell, who was born at Sandown, N. H., in 
1800, and died Jan. 22, 1862. He was a farmer and member of the 
Congregational church, and died at North Salem, N. H., Jan. 28, 1869. 

Children : 

-I-490 Daniel,'^ b. June 18, 1S21 ; m. Annette A. Card. 

491 Moses," b. 1S23; d. 1845. 

492 Alice Ann,'' b. May 6, 182S; d. Nov. 15, 1S73; m. Stephen Longfellow of 

Saccarappa, Me. ; no children. 

493 William," b. 1829; d. Aug. 15, 1845. 

494 Rose .Anna," b. Jan. 26. 1S39; resides at North Salem, N. H.; unmarried. 

495 Elizabeth Jane," b. Aug. '12, 1845; "^- '^'' ^t No. Salem, N. Y., Feb. i, 1859, 

Edward Richards, who died at Des Moines, Iowa, Aug. I, 1S75; m. 2d, 
at Des Moines, Iowa, Sept. 30, 1S79, John Boyer, who was born in 
Germany, Sept. 16, 1849. Mr.Boyer is a carpenter by trade, and now 
engaged in the cattle business at Sturgis, D. T. Children: (\)Friscilla, 
Jane (Richards), b. Hampstead, N. H., Jan. 22, i860; m. Dec. 25, 1878, 



POSTERITY OF SAMUEL GUILE OF HAVERHILL. 259 

Perry A. C. Stevens, and now resides at Kinsley, Kansas; have four chil- 
dren : (I) Jaines Ethvart/ {Stevens), h. Sept. 25, 1S79; (^I) Di^^^y (Elevens), 
b. Oct. 9, 1S.S2; (III) F^rry Boyer (Stevens), b. Nov. 30, 1883; (IV) 
b. Sept. I, 1886. (2) Mary F. Gtle (Richards), b. Des Moines, April i, 
1867; d. Oct. 5, 1S68. (3) Henry (Richards), b. Winterset, Iowa, Sept. 
3, 1872; d. Nov. 25, 1873. (4) /<>«/ (Richards), b. Des Moines, Oct. 2, 
1S73; d. Feb. 3, 1874. (5) Jofin (Boyer), b. Brownsville, D. T., Aug. 17, 
1882; d. Feb. 5, 1883. 



190 

Benjamin Gile* {James^^ Samuel^ Ephraim^ Samuel^), son of 
James and Deborah (Emerson) Gile, born at Haverhill, Mass., June 
2, 1784, married June 6, 1810, Mary Clement, daughter of John 
Clement, of Haverhill. He died at Haverhill, Nov. 17, 1820. 

Children : 

496 Aaron Nettleton,''b. Haverhill, Mass., April 5. 1811; m. at Haverhill, Eliza 
S. Henderson of Hopkinton, N. H. She died June 5, 18^4. He was a 
tanner at Hampstead, N. H., and died March 6, 1839. Children : 

(497) James Hairy'' b. June 4. 1831 ; is a dealer in gents' furnishing goods at 

St. Paul, Minn. ; unmarried. 

(498) Harriet^ m. 1st, W. W. Williams of Albany, who died leaving one child, 

(I) who married H. H. Crocker. She married 2d, John A. Bellamy. 
Children: (II) Fred, resides at St. Paul; (III) Noalf^ (IV) Norris. 

(499) Leonard^' d. at Haverhill, age 24 ; unmarried. 

(500) Eliza^ d. in Michigan, Feb. 14, 1867 ; m. Marcus Higginbottom of Syra- 

cuse, N. Y. ; no children. 
501 James Benjamin.^ b. Windsor, Vt., March 6, 1813; d. March 24, 1836. 
-f-502 Moses, ^ b. April 18, 1817; m. ist, Mary Chase; 2d, Elizabeth Kelly. 
503 Mary Ann,^ b. Nov. 5, 1819; d. at Haverhill about 1848 ; unmarried. 



191 

James Gile* {yames,* Samuel^ Ephraim^'^ Samucl'^)^ son of James 
and Deborah (Emerson) Gile, born at Haverhill, Mass., May 10, 1788, 
married in 18 17, Sarah Bradley. He was a prosperous farmer on 
the original homestead of Samuel Guile,^ and died there Sept. 25, 1857. 

Children : 

+504 James Franklin,^ b. May 5, 18 19; m. Elizabeth Gale. 

505 Elizabeth B.,*^ b, Aug. 24, 1823; m. Joseph Day of Haverhill, 



194 

Reuben Gile* {yoshua^^ Ebenczer* Ephraitn^ Samuel'^), son of 
Joshua and Hannah (Dustin) Gile. He is said to [have had no 
brothers or sisters. He bought land with a Stephen Gile at Canaan, 
N. H., where he was a farmer until about 1829, when he moved to 
Stowe, Vt., and died there. His wife was Sarah Follinsbee. 



260 GUILE GENEALOGY. 

Children : 

+506 Richard,' m. ist. Mehitable Blake; m. 2d, Relief Straw. 

507 Hannah," m. Joshua Goss. Their son Richard lives at Canaan, N. H. 
-I-50S Stephen Eastman/' b. 1797, m. Lydia O. Straw. 
-j-509 Jacob,'' b. Dec. 29, iSoS; m. Roxillana Knapp. 

510 John,'' m. Rosamond Alden. He was a blacksmith at Enfield, N. H., and 
died there, leaving no children. 



195 

John Gii.es^ {lYoah,*' Ehenezer^ Ephraim,'^ Samuen), son of Noah 
and Elizabeth (Howe) Gile, born at Henniker, N. H., May 7, 1772. 
His early life was passed amid scenes and experiences of hardship 
and privation, such as were common to the families of pioneers in the 
great work of clearing the forests, converting the land into fruitful 
fields and founding new towns in our New England States, and but 
little opportunity was offered him for acquiring scarcely more than a 
rudimentary education. 

Soon after the attainment of his majority, with the scanty savings 
from his earnings, he started from Enfield, N. H., where his parents 
were then residing, and traveled up the valleys of the Connecticut 
and Ammonoosuc rivers to the site of the present town of Bethlehem, 
where was then an unbroken forest, and invested all his means, in- 
cluding the horse upon which he had ridden, in the purchase of land, 
and returned to Entield on foot. He soon, however, commenced to 
prepare a farm upon a part of the purchase, and to build a house. 

February 23, 1796, he married Lydia Clements, a person who, 
though short and slight of figure, was capable of great endurance, and 
proved indeed a helpmeet for him in all his subsequent history, not 
only in the ordinary duties incident to such a life, but also in all the 
cares and responsibilities attending the rearing of a large family, and 
she was able to impart to the ten children entrusted to them, educa- 
tional and religious instruction superior to that which was generally 
obtainable at that time. 

After a residence of a few years upon his farm at Bethlehem, Mr. 
Gile having heard glowing accounts of " The Ohio," the popular desig- 
nation by which the new State of that name formed but six years 
previous was known, started on foot to view the country, ^nd accom- 
plished the pedestrian tour of fourteen hundred miles to the Ohio 
river and back to his home in ninety days. He was so favorably im- 
pressed with the appearance of that country that he sold his farm, 
purchased a suitable wagon and a pair of horses, and made all other 
necessary preparations in order to start with his family thither in the 
spring of 1809. His intentions becoming known to his aged parents, 
caused them so much distress of mind, that out of filial regard for 
their feelings he was induced to change his purpose, and in the fol- 
lowing autumn he made a purchase of several hundred acres of land 
in the town of Littleton, N. H., at a point midway between the Con- 



POSTEEITY OF SAMUEL GUILE OF HAVEEHILL. 261 

necticut and Ammonoosuc rivers, where he soon after settled. Exten- 
sive labors were performed by him in clearing the land and in the 
erection of the requisite buildings, but his active mind could not find 
contentment in so restricted a sphere as the management of a farm, 
and he became one of the earliest proprietors of mill property on the 
Ammonoosuc, where now flourishes the pretty village of Littleton, in 
the building up of which he was ever after a zealous and active co- 
worker. And perhaps it might be justly said that probably no one 
man accomplished more toward developing and improving that imme- 
diate section of country than did John Gile, by his industry, enterprise 
and public-spirited ness, which were his chief characteristics. 

Mr. Gile was endowed by nature with a strong physical frame, being 
five feet ten inches in height, and weighing about one hundred and 
seventy-five pounds, and had never been confined a day by sickness 
during his long life, excepting by the usual infantile diseases. But at 
last the infirmities of age came upon him. One pleasant morning in 
April, 1851, when within a few months of being four-score years of 
age, he went out as was his wont to take a short walk, returning ap- 
parently in his usual health and laid down to rest. But the messenger 
had come. At about noon of this day, with no particular ailment 
upon him, and with only the silent pressure of the hand to members 
of his family in token of farewell, he joeacefully passed away. 

Children : 

-[-511 Aaron,^ b. Feb. 19,1803; m. Persis Rix. 

512 William Brackett," b. April 24, 180S; d. at New Orleans, April 12, 1S37, 

unmarried. 

513 John/J b. at Littleton, Jan. 2, 1S17. He graduated at Union College, N.Y., 

was a settled minister of the Dutch Reformed church at Setauket, R. I. 
He was accidentally drowned Sept. 21, 1849. By his wife Maria Chute, 
he had a daughter, (514) Mag^e^ who lives with her mother at Schenec- 
tady, N. Y. 

515 Frye Williams (Giles),^ b. May 30, 1819; m. July 4, 1844, Caroline A., 

daughter of Moses and Mehitable (Eastman) Fellows of Salisbury, N.H. 
She was born at Boscawen, Aug. 2, 1817. His early life was passed in 
farm labor. At the age of fifteen he went to Webster and resided until 
he was twenty-one, when he entered business for himself at Littleton, 
remaining until June, 1854; removed to Chicago, remaining but a short 
time, and then with others settled what is now known as the city of To- 
peka, Kansas, taking an active part in all its affairs he has ever maintain- 
ed an unbounded faith in the continuing growth and prosperity of the city 
of his adoption. He has held many offices of trust in national, county, 
town and church affairs. Mr. Giles is a gentleman of literary tastes, 
having recently published the History of Topeka, and contributed articles 
for several papers. His present occupation is that of a capitalist, 

516 Louisa.*^ 

517 Lovina.s 

518 Missouri.' 

519 Abigail,^ died young. 

520 Nancy Jane," m. Carleton C. Abbey. [See Abbey family.] 



262 GUILE GENEALOGY. 

196 

Nathaniel Gile^ {Xoa/i,* Ebcnczcr^ Ephraim^ SarnucI'^)^ son of 
Noah and Elizabeth (Howe) Gilo, born at Enfield, N, H., July 8, 
1777, married in 1802, Lydia Hall, daughter of Ezekiel and Mary 
(Leonard) Hall of Enfield. She was born Jan. 23, 1780, and died 
Oct. 8, 1852. He was a farmer and member of the Baptist church at 
Conway, N. H., where he died April S, 1840. 

Children : 

-j-521 John Hall,"!). Nov. 15, 1803; m. ist, Susan Scribner; 2d, Angeline W. 
Ikirns; 3d, llulda S. Boardinan. 

522 Reuben,'^ b. Bethlehem, N. II., Feb., 1S05; died young. 

523 Clanmond,'^ b. March 12, 1S06; d. Manchester, N. J., Oct. 24, iS,S6; m. at 

Conway, N. H., Feb. 20, 1835, Jonathan, son of John and Hannah (Farn- 
ham) Bickford. He was born at Albany, N. II., Dec. i, 1807, and is now 
a farmer and member of the Presbyterian church at Mancliester, N. J. 
Children: (i) Mark (Bickford), b. Albany, N. H., Oct. 20, 1835; d. Cas- 
tile, N. J., Sept. 4, 1873; had children: (I) Dennis F., b. I'oland, Me,, 
Jan. 8, i860; (11) Clara y., b. Feb. 15, 1862; (III) Elmira E., b. March 
10, 1864; (IV) Jonathan IV., b. Nov., i866. d. 1867; (V) A/ar/: Lewis, h. 
Manchester, N. J., Dec. 19, 186S; {Vl)/Vai/!an Lee, b. April 3, 1870. (2) 
Leonard Hudson (Bickford), b. Aug. 15. 1S37; m. May 9, 1856, Mary E. 
Noyes. He served in the War of the Rebellion from Wisconsin, Chil- 
dren : (I) Charles //., b. Oxford, Me., June 10, i86i ; (II) George F., b. 
Lewiston, Me., April 20, 1S66, d. Manchester, N. J., Oct. 15, 1867; (III) 
Edgar A., b. March 14, 186S, d. April 15, 186S; (IV) Osear H., b. March 
14, 1868, d. July 7, 1869; {V) Frank L.. b. Brooklyn, N. Y., Aug. 4, 
1870; C^l) David J., b. Chattanooga, Tenn., June 3, 1873; (VII) Lovitta 
/?., b. Dec. 21,1875. (3) 6Vc;r^<r ^//^^' (Bickford), b. March 14, 1841 ; 
resides at Palma Sola, Fla. Children: [i) Alice E., b. Walnut Grove, 
Minn., March 6, 186S; (II) Florence C, b. Sept. 18, 1869; (III) Ida M., 
b. May 13, 1871; (IV) Eugene B., b. Jan. 27, 1873, d. Aug. 13, 1S73; (V) 
Ira S., b. Chattanooga, Tenn., Aug. 10, 1S76; (VI) A/ark, b. Palma Sola, 
Fla., Jan. 28, 187S; {Vll) A'i/ly Belle, b. June 5, 1S81. (j^) JValhaniei 
C^/Zt" (Bickford), b. Jan. 26, 1843; '"• at Lewiston, Me., Sept. 15, 1S64, 
Eunice D. Noyes, and now resides at Mt. Holly, N.J. Children: (I) 
Jesse r.. b. Lewiston, Dec. 8, 1865; (II) George A., b. Manchester, N. J„ 
Feb. 25, 1867, d. March 19, 1871 ; (III) /da M., b. Oct. 23, 1870; (IV) 
Carrie E., b. Oct. 26, 1874. (5) Lovtnia Deering (Bickford), b, April 2, 
1845 ; m. at Lewiston, Me., April 3, 1866, David Noyes, and resides at 
Manchester, N. J. Child : (I) Artnur C, b. Oct. 31, 1S79. 
524 Mary Leonard,'' b. April 2, 1808; m. Harriman, and resides at Den- 
mark, Me. 
-^-525 Noah,'^ b. April 26, iSio; m. ist Elizabeth Farr; 2d, .\bigail Bundy. 

526 Lydia.o 5. jvqv. 2, 1812; m. Jan. 30, .1849, Richard Kimball Odell, who is a 

farmer at Conway, N. H, Children : (i) William F., b. April 11, 1850; 
m. Oct. 2, 1881, Mary E. Townsend of Paris, Me. (2) Martha, b. Sept. 
20, 1851 ; m. Samuel Scruton of Dover. (3) Richard Kimball jr., b. Feb. 
4, 1853; m. March 2, 1887, Ellen Allen of Albany. 

527 Eleanor Howe,'' b. Feb. 21, 1S17; m. Jan. 2, 1839, James Madison Allard. 

He was born at Eaton, N. H., April 9, 1819, and is now a farmer at Con- 
way, N. H. Children: (i) Ellen, b. Eaton, Nov. 20, 1839; d. June 26, 
1840. (2) Lydia Gile, b. March 29, 1844; unmarried. (3) James Vernon, 
b. Dec. 28, 1845; ^- ^^v- -' ''^S^- '-♦' Charles Fijield, b. Dec. 19, 1847; 
d. Nov. 9, 1848. (5) Nelson, b. Conway, Aug. 30, 1850; d. Dec. 28, 1865. 
(6) Frederick, b. Oct. 22, 1852; d. Feb. 26, 1872. (7) Frank, b. April I, 
1857; m. July 3, 1878, Clara .Martin, and resides at Conway, having two 
children. (8'j Clara Ellen, b. March 4, 1S59; d. April 26, 1863. 



POSTEEITY OF SAMUEL GUILE OF HAVERHILL. 263 

198 

Timothy Gile^ {Noah^^ Ebenezer^ EpJirai7n^^ Samuel'^), son of Noah 
and Elizabeth (Howe) Gile, born at Enfield, N. H., Dec. 30, 1785, 
married Jan. 10, 181 1, Dolly Stevens. She was born at Wentworth, 
N. H., May 18, 1790, and since the death of Mr. Gile has lived with 
her son Nelson in Kansas, but desiring to spend her last days in New 
Hampshire, she returned and died at Littleton, December 25, 1886. 
He was a farmer at Bethlehem, Wentworth and Littleton, and died 
Dec. 27, 1862. 

Children : 

+528 Nelson,6 b. Dec. 28, 181 5; m. Cyrena D. Dean. 

-j-529 George,*' b. Sept. 27, 1S24; m. Rozilla J. Randall. 

530 Timothy,^ b. Mar. 24, 1S14; d, Jan. 2S, 181 5. 

531 Dolly,^ b. June 4, 1S22; d. Jan. 25, 1823. 



199 

Peter Gile^ {N'oah,* Ebenczer,^ EpJirai7u^ Samuel'^), son of Noah 
and Elizabeth (Howe) Gile, born Oct. 28, 1787, married Eleanor 
Howe. She was born Oct. 17, 1787, and died June 2, 1869. He was 
a farmer at Underbill, Vt., and died July 18, 1861. 

Children born at Underbill : 

532 Martha," b. April 28, 1S18; m. Jan. 30, 1840, Lysander, son of Asaph and 

Harriet (Hulbert) Woodworth. He was born at Essex, Vt., (3ct. 31, 
i8i3;isa wheelwright, justice, and a member of the Baptist church at 
Essex Center, Vt. Children: (i) Emma L., b. April 21, 1843; '^- Sey- 
mour Wakefield, and resides at Muskegon, Mich.; (2) Hall IV., b. July 
22, 1S45; d. at Fairfax C. H., Va., Jan. 9. 1863; (3) Alma, b. August 13, 
1848; d. Oct. 22, 1850; (4) Lorhida R., b. Oct. 24, 1850; (5) Ida H., b. 
Nov. 20, 1853; (6) Elia S., h. Oct. 13, 1856; m. Charles E. Ayer, of 
Essex, Vt.; (7) Afa/y E., b. Dec. 7, 1858. 

533 Ira,'^ b. Nov. 26, 1812; d. Burlington, Iowa, Jan. 9, 18S7; m. Elmira G., 

daughter of Allen and Mary (Morse) Burnham. She was born at Enfield, 
Sept. 18, 1S20. Children: (i) Afary,m. Henry Confield, of Fraer, Iowa; 
(2) Jewiie^ m. Thomas H. Hopkins, of Burlington, Iowa. He kept a 
news stand at Burlington. 

534 Lorinda,^ m. John Ross ; resides at Greenfield, Mass. 
5315 Converse,'' d. at Ithaca, N. Y., about i860. 

209 

Thomas Gile^ {yohnson^^ Ebenezer^ Ephraim^ Samuel^), son of 
Johnson and Hannah (Jewell) Gile, born at Hopkinton, N. H., in 
1776, married Nancy Eastman, of Enfield. She was born in 1774. 
He died at Enfield in 1830. 

Children : 

536 Johnson,^ d. about 1836; m, Hannah Stacy. Had no children. 

-{-537 Nelson, 8 b. Jan. 14, 1806; m. ist, Sarah Eastman; 2d, Abigail Prescott. 
538 Abigail,^ unmarried. 



264 GUILE GENEALOGY. 



539 Fidelia,' m. Gove. 

540 Luciiula," m. Ansel Ivinnie; resides at Vineland, N. J. 

541 Hannah,* d. ; m. Ira Story; resides in New Jersey. 



210 

Samuel Gile^ {yoJinson^^ Ebcnczer,^ Ephmim!^ Samitcl'^)^ son of 
Johnson and Hannah (Jewell) Gile, bom Sept. 8, 1782, married 
Polly Greene, who was born July 10, 1782, and died April 20, 1875. 
He was a farmer, and member of the Methodist church at Lebanon, 
N. H., and died at Grafton, May 7, r86o. 

Children : 

542 Samuel," died young. 

543 John,-' died young. 

544 Maria.'' b. Nov. i, 1807; d. Dec. 25. 1S69. 
-|-545 Constant,'' b. June 8, 1810; m. Sarah J. Prescott. 

546 Lucinda,*' b. May 11, 1816; d. 1867; m. George Tucker. 

547 David,** b. May 20, 1820; m. Matilda, daughter of David and Nancy (Jones) 
Howe, of Enfield. She was born March 15, 1822. He is a farmer, and 



if 



member of the M. E. church at Grafton, N. H. Children : (548) Julici 
IV..' m. George W. Seaver; (549) lVilli,im D."^; (550) Idella A.' 

551 Mary Jane,'' b. May 29, iSiS; m. at Grafton, Jan. 30, 1S40. Elias, son of 

.Alexander and Candacc (Martin) Williams. He was a farmer at Quincy, 
Mass., and died in 1866. Children: (i) Juliii Zf//;w, b. Grafton, Sept. 
II, r84i ; (2) Lucy Emma, b. June 9, 1843; (3) Ca7-oline, b. Quincy, Mar. 
7, 1846; (4) h'Luy Jane, b. July 13, 1S49; (5) Miria, b. Oct. 16, 1852; 
(6) Elias Gtte, b. April 30, 1856; (7) Clara Augusta, b. June 2, 185S; (8) 
Henry Clay, b. June 19, 1862. 

552 Lucy,** b. March 15. 1823; m. Feb. 19. 1S47, Moses P., son of John and 

Susannah (Goodhue) Perley. He was born at Enfield, N. H., Dec. 23, 
1817, and is now a farmer at Lebanon, N. H. Children : (i ) Emma Josie, 
b. June 2, 1849; m. George L. Stevens; child, (I) Jennie MauJ ; (2) 
Frank Eugene, b. Aug. 4, 1853; m. Carrie Lucinda Hillings, of Lebanon. 
He resided in California two years, but is now a farmer at Lebanon. 

211 

Daniel Gile^ {Johnson} Ebcnezer^ Ephraim^^ Samuci'^) son of 
Johnson and Hannah (Jewell) Gile, born at Enfield, N. H., Dec, 1784, 
married, Nov. 23, 1809, Lydia Hawkes, who was born at Saugus, 
Mass., October 10, 1780, and died April 17, 1S56. His mother was 
left a widow with a large family to support. At the age of ten he 
traveled to Hopkinton, a distance of fifty miles, to make the last pay- 
ment on the farm which was encumbered when his father died. He 
died at West Hartford, Vt., Feb. 17, 1868. 

Children : 

+553 Aaron,'" b. May 15, 1S12; m. Malvina Gage. 
-{-554 Ebenezer,'' b. May 10, 1814; m. Sarah Hazen. 
-|-555 Daniel,'' b. June 4, 1816; m. .Susan S. Dimick. 

556 Ann Hawkes,'' b. Feb. 14, 1818; m., Sept. 17, 1S46, John, son of John N. 
and Hannah (Simonds) Urockway. He was born at Sharon, Vt., April 
21, 1807, is a farmer at Pomfret, Vt. ; has been representative to the 



POSTERITY OF SAMUEL GUILE OF HAVERHILL. 265 

Legislature, and town supervisor. Children: (i) Daniel Gile (Brock- 
way), b. Oct. 4, 1847, is a physician at Pomfret, Vt.; (2) George C. 
(Brockway), b. Sept. i, 1S49, resides at West Hartford, Vt.; (3) Henry 
(Brockway), b. April 23, 1S52. 

557 Lydia," b. ; d. at Enfield, N. H., July 11, 1S61; m. George W. Conant, 

of 15oston. 

558 Rebecca,6 b. Aug. 28, 1826; d. 1841. 



Siptij ©tncratiou. 

215 

Nathan Guile® {Samuel^ Jolm^^ Samuel,^ John^ Samuel^), son of 
John and Lydia (Geer) Guile, born at Preston, Conn., Aug. 11, 1758, 
married, April 9, 1784, Eunice Ladd, of Norwich, Conn., who died 
April 30, 1841, aged eighty-two.* 

Children born at Preston : 

559 Temperance,'^ b. Sept. i, 17S5; d. Aug. iS, 1S41. 

560 Polly,' b. Aug. 15, 1788. 

561 Anna,'^ b. Nov. 13, 1791. 

562 Fanny,'' b. May 9, 1794; d. Dec. 3, 1836. 

563 Eunice,' b. May 21, 1797. She was living at Preston, Conn., in 1886. 

564 Gilbert,' b. July 29, 1799. Moved from Preston to North Norwich, N. 'V. 

565 Gurdon," b. July 29, 1799. Moved from Preston to North Norwich, N. Y. 

567 Charles,'' b. Aug. 7, 1803; d. 1S52; m. ist, ; 2d, Caroline 

Billings. Children by first wife: (567 A) Susan Ann^ (567 B) Frances,^ 
(567 C) Lydia^ (567 D) Lucy,^ (567 E) Loringf aesides at Greswell, Conn. 
Children by second wife: (567 F) Emma Angeline^ m. Oren Price, of 
Norwich, and resides at Bozrah; (567 G) Charles Hejiry^ b. Oct. 12, 
1843, m. Lucy Maria Coon. He served three years in Co. D, 8th Conn. 
Regt. Vols. He has been a clerk 14 years at Providence, R. I. Chil- 
dren: (567 H) Fred Asa^^ b. March 15, 1869; (567 I) Wdliam Henry,^ b. 
June 16, 1874. 

225 

Henry Gile® {yohn^ yoJm^^ Samuel^ jfohn^ Samuel'^'), son of 
John and Sarah (Rea) Guile, born at Preston, Conn., Sept. 25, 1762, 
married Priscilla Herrick, daughter of Daniel and Mary (Guile) 
Herrick. He lived for some years at Florida, N. Y., then moved to 
Otsego County, in the same state. 

Children : 

568 Josiah,'' m. Polly Baker. 

569 Mary,' ni. Amos Boan. 

570 Daniel,' m. Betsey Swart. 

571 Benjamin,' m. Anne Baker. Children: (572) Alonzo^ resides at Knoxville, 

^'^■'1 (573) Betsey,^ m. Markham; resides at Knoxville, Pa. 

* Natliiui Guile must have married a wife previous to Eunice Ladd, as Charles H. Guile, of 
Providence, says his lialf uncle, Alfred Guile, married iMelissa, and has a son Samuel, living 
at Norwich, Conn. Alfred C. Guile, a blacksmith at Frestou, Couu., is a grauilsou of Xutliun, 
and probably son of Henry. 

18 



206 GUILE GENEALOGY. 

574 HerrickJ b. June 2, iSo6; d. at Westfield, Pa., March. 1SS7; m. Jane 
Butler. Children: (575) Af<irv^ m. Broughton; resides at VVest- 

field; (576) Julia,* m. Ladd ; resides at Westfield; (^T]) Ransom,^ 

resides at Westfield; (578) Edward,* resides at Westfield. 

589 John,' m. Betsey Simmons. 

590 Sarah,' m. Josejih Mulkins. 

591 Katy,' m. Calvin Ashley. 

592 Priscilla," ni. Thomas Harrington. 

593 Phebe,' unmarried. 



226 

Levi Guti^e" {yohn^ John^'' Samuel^ Johii^ Sa^nucl'^)^ son of John 
and Sarah (Rea) Guile, was born at Preston, Conn., Aug. 9, 1764. He 
was a revolutionary soldier, and at the close of the war was one of a 
company that settled at Blandford, Mass., and died there about 1847. 
He had several daughters whose names are unknown. 

Children : 

-f-594 Ransom,'' m. Jane Peebles. 

595 Levi.' He is said to have settled at Tolland, Mass., and had a large family, 
among them a son Levi,^ 



227 

Rea Gile« {^o/in^^ yoJui^^ Samuel^ yohn^ Samuel^)^ son of John 
and Sarah (Rea) Guile, born at Preston, Conn., Jan. g, 1766, married 
MoLLV Hodge. She died Feb. 14, 1859. He died at Deerfield, 
Tioga Co., Pa., Jan. 7, 1854. 

Children : 

-I-596 Daniel,' b. Dec. 5, 1793; m. Nancy Burlingame. 

-j-597 Andrew,' b. Sept. 5, 1795; '^- I'iuih Knott. 

598 Palmer,' b. July 13, 1796; m. Cynthia Potter; lived in Clearfield Co., Pa. 

599 John,'' b. April 8, iSoi ; m. Delany Schrambling. They moved to Allegan, 

Mich., and had a large family. The following persons by the name of 
Guile are living at Allegan ; (600) David, (601) Delos, (602) Arthur, (603) 
Orrie. 
604 Leonard," b. Sept. 14, 1803; m. Polly Davis. 
-f-605 Eddy,' b. Sept. 5, 1805 ; m. Christina Hodge. 

606 Freelove,' b. March 6, 1807; m. Clark Green. 

607 Ira,' b. May 29, 1810; m. Maria Manter. They lived at Mansfield, Pa. 

608 Sally,' b. Oct. 10, 1812; m. Sylvanus Baker, of Westfield, Tioga Co., Pa. 

609 Asa,' b. in Otsego Co., N. Y., Oct. 10, 1.S12; m. ist, Hannah J., daughter 

of Stephen and Lucretia (Elliott) Gile. She died at Decatur, N. Y., Apr. 
24, 1843; m. 2d, Sept. 8, 1844, Ann M., daughter of Beriah and Sally 
(Olmstead) Southworth. She was born at Columbia Co., N. Y., May 23, 
1812. He isa farmer at Sabinsville, Tioga Co., N. Y. Children: (6roJ 
Emily Lucntia,* b. Jan. 26, 1836; d. Jan. 26, 1856; (611) ^filry Jane* b. 
June 21, 1839; "^' James Cantinc ; resides at Summer Hill, C^uyahoga Co., 
N. Y.; (612) Sally,^ b. Oct. 26, 1840 ; (613) Eunice E.,^ b. July 16, 1S481 
m., Oct. 7, 1866, James L. Thompson. He was born June 23, 1845, '• * 
carpenter, and justice of the peace at Sabinsville. 



POSTERITY OF SAMUEL GUILE OF ELA.VERHILL. 267 

231 

Stephen Gile" {jfohn,^ 7ohn* Samuel^ John?' Samuel^), son of 
John and Freelove (Elliot) Gile, born at Florida, Montgomery County, 
N. Y., July 26, 1776, married Lucretia Elliot, daughter of Andrew 
and Jane (Ayres) Elliot. She was born April 8, 1776, and died at 
Otsego, N. Y. He was a farmer at Decatur, and died at Otsego, Oct. 
lo, 1854. 

Children : 

-|-6i4 ElHotJ b. Jan. 27, 1807; m. Nancy Butts. 

615 Peter,' b. Sept. 10, 1809; m. Mar. [6, 1828, Lovina, daughter of David 

Crippen. She %vas born at Norwich, N. Y., Feb. 13, 1808, and died Nov. 
10, 1880. He was a farmer at Decatur, N. Y., and died there Mar. ir, 
1884. No children. 

616 Hannah Jane," b. June 9, 1S14; m. Asa Gile. (See.) 



237 

Samuel Guile* ( ?* yokii,*^ Samuel^ jFohn^ Samuel'^) ^ proba- 
bly son of John and Freelove (Elliot) Gile. He had a sister Polly 
living in the Eastern states, who visited his son Harrison to get him 
to sign off a claim. He married Ruamah Benedict, and perished in 
a snow storm in Herkimer Co., N. Y., in 1808 or 1809. 

Children : 

617 James,'' was a stone mason, the last heard of him was while building aque- 
ducts in Virginia. 
-{-618 Harrison,' b. Feb. 16, 1806; m. ist, Mary Manville; m. 2d, Elizabeth J. 
Farmer. 

255 

Elisha Guile^ {Ahel^ !/oh!i* Samuel^ yoJvi^ Samuel^)^son of Abel 
and Phenia (Whitney) Guile, born at Stephentown, N. Y., January i,. 
1779, married at Nassau, N. Y., Dec. 27, 1800, Diana Diamond, 
daughter of William and Nancy (Smith) Diamond. She was born at 
Nassau, June 13, 1780. He was a mechanic at East Nassau, and 
died at Stephentown, March 10, 1856. 

Children : 

6rg John.' 

620 Patty.^ 

621 Lydia,^ 

-I-622 Joseph,^ m. Ann B. Olmstead. 

62J Maria.' 
-f-624 Orry,' b. Aug. 13, i8i6; m. Polly Downs. 
-I-625 Henry,' b. June 15, 1819; m. Elsie Hayes. 

626 Harriet Samantha,' b. Sept. 9, 1827; m. Mar. 28, 1845, Qrrin, son of Am- 
brose and Dorothy (Diamond) A^'incent. He was born at Austerlitz, 
N. Y., Oct. 21, 1817, and has been town assessor, is now a retired farmer 
and elder of the Church of Christ at Hoags Corners, N. Y. Children, 



268 GUILE GENEALOGY. 

all reside at Hoags Corners: (i) John Henry, b. July 24, 1846; m. Mar. 
15, 1872, Nellie Curtis. (2) W. Lafayette, b. Jan. 7, 1854; m. Junes, 
1875, Ella Dunham; children. (1) Harry D., (II) Cora E. (3) IVilliam 
Alison, b. Nov. 19, 1857, m. Mar. 5, 18S0, Agnes Weller; child, (I) Orrin. 
(4) L. Frank, b. May 10, 1863; m. July 24, 1886, Hattie E. Wolcott, o£ 
North Nassau. 



259 

William Guiles" {jFoscph^ Abraham*' Samuel^ yohn^ Sa7nucl'^)^ 
son of Joseph and Silence (Herrick) Guile, born at Preston, Conn., 
Dec. 8, 1 78 1, married at Sherburne, N. Y., Nov. 2, 1805, Phila Cush- 
MAN, daughter of Joshua and Keziah (Daily) Cushman, of Villanova, 
N. Y. She was born Sept. 28, 1788. He was a farmer at Sherburne, 
N. Y. Moved to Roscoe, 111., where he died. 

Children : 

627 SallyJ b. July 9, 1810; d. Aug. 9, 1811, 

628 Daniel,^ b. at .Sherburne, Chenango Co., N. Y., April 3, 1812; m. April 6, 

1841, Olive Williams. She was born at Columbus. N. Y., June iS, 1S17, 
died April 27, 1869. He is a farmer at Columbus, Chenango Co., N. Y.; 
children : (629) Mary O.,^ b. June 24, 1840; m. May 12, 1873, Henry Bas- 
singer, resides at I'lainfield, Otsego Co. N. Y. ; child, (I) Afellie, Agt 12. 
(630) Helen M.,'^ b. May 24. 1843; m. April i, 1S75, Wallace Clark, and 
resides at Leonardsville, N. Y.; child, (I) Ethel, age 7. (631) Emma,* 
b. Oct. 3, 1855. 
-1-632 Joshua,'' b. July 10, 1815; m. Sarah A. Pausler. 

633 Lucinda,' b. Aug. iS, 1S17; m. Rhodes Hoag, moved West. 

634 William," b. May 18, 1819. 

635 Sally Ann," b. Feb. i, 1821 ; m. Henry Woodworth, moved West. 

636 Hiram,' b. Jan. 20, 1823. 

637 Polly Maria,' b. Aug. 15, 1824. 

638 Almond,' b. Dec. 10, 1826. 

639 Simeon Alphonso,'' b. Nov. i, 1S2S. 

640 Milo Alonzo,' b. Sept. 4, 1830. 

641 Mary,' b. Sept. 17, 1832; d. Aug. 15, 1833. 

642 Joseph Henry,' b. June 20, 1834. 



273 

Williai\i Guile' {Benjamin,^ IViUiam,* Benjamin^ yoJui^ Samuel'^)^ 
son of Benjamin and Ruth (Davis) Guile, born at Saratoga, N. Y., 
Feb. 21, 1784, married, 1806, Mary Lattimore of Newton, N. Y. 
He was a carpenter and farmer at New Berlin, Chenango Co., N. Y., 
and died there March g, 1872. She died Sept. 26, 1859. 

Children : 

643 James Lattimore,' b. at Saratoga, N. Y., 1S07; m. 1835, Mary Burwell. He 

was a farmer at Norwich, N. Y., and died in 1S39, had one child that 
died, aged 5 years. 

644 William,' b. at New Berlin, N. Y., 1813. He was a carpenter and black- 

smith at Norwich; enlisted as musician and served throughout the Mexi- 
can war. He died at Benecia, Cal., Feb. 14, 1851, unmarried. 



POSTERITY OF SAMUEL GUILE OF HAVERHILL. 269 

645 Nathan Davis,' b. April 3, 1816; m. 1842, Parmelia Humphrey. He was a 
farmer and lumberman in Delaware County, enlisted in 1861 in the 45th 
Regiment Volunteers, was wounded in the head at the battle of Antietam, 
recovered sufficiently to do commissary duty, but died of pneumonia at 
the Convalescent Hospital at Annapolis, Md., in 1864. He had a 
family of eight children: (646) IVilliain,^ unmarried, and is a farmer at 
New Berlin, N. Y.; (647) Mary? m. Nelson Kenyon, resides at Brook- 
lyn, N. Y.; (64S) James H.^ enlisted at the age of 14 as drummer in the 
45th Penn. Rejiiment. After the war he was employed on the Albany and 
Susquehanna R. R., and was accidentally killed in 1877, by falling from 
his train. He was married and left two children. (649) Nathan D.} (650) 
Joseph,^ (651) Satniiel,^ (652) Ida^ {653 J Jessie.^ The last five reside at 
Lordville, Delaware Co., N. Y. 

654 Mary Catherine^ b. 1820, d. i860; m. 1849, William W. Burwell. Had no 

children. 

655 Reeve," b. 1S21, m. 1847, Rocepha Rowley. He is a farmer at Bainbridge, 

N. Y., had three children, only one living, (658) Arabella? 
659 Ruth Margaret, ■J b. 1824; m. 1875, Eben S. Healy, resides at New Berlin; 
have no children. 
-f-660 Enos,' b. Aug. 15, 1827; m. Jane Henry. 



280 

Benjamin Guile^ {Benjamin,^ Wi/liam^* Beiijajnin^ John^ Sam- 
uel^), son of Benjamin and Ruth (Davis) Guile, born at Saratoga, 
N. Y., Aug. 30, 178S, married Keziah Smith. He was a carpenter 
at New Berlin, N. Y., and was accidentally shot and killed by his 
brother-in-law while hunting, Aug. 5, 1827. 

Children : 

66r Smith.' 

662 Freelove.' 

663 Ruth.' 

664 .Squire.' 

+665 Benjamin,' b. July 20, 1825; m. Ellen Rathburn. 



282 

Nathan Davis Guile^ {Benjamin,^ William,'^ Benjamin,^ jfohn^ 
SajHuel^)^ son of Benjainin and Ruth (Davis) Guile, born at Norwich, 
N. Y., , married Charlotte King, who died at Batavia, N. Y. 

He moved to Michigan and died there. 

Children : 

+666 Jeremiah King,' b. May 4, 1819; m. Harriet Vallett. 

667 Nathan,' settled at Lansing, Mich., and for several years kept a livery stable. 

66S Jane,' m. Atwater Hurd, settled at Jackson, Mich. 

669 Asenath,' m. Homer King, who was a farmer at Leslie, Mich. 



270 GUILE GENEALOGY. 

284 

JOAB GuiLE^ {Joseph,^ Joseph,^ Jostph,^ John^ Samuel), son of 
Joseph, and ( ) Guile, born about 1761, married Mary 

HoRTOx. He was a farmer at Hoosick N. Y. on his father's homestead, 
and died there, 1847. 

Children born at West Hoosick : 

-f-670 Joseph," b. 1797; m. Jane Scribner. 

671 Phebe,'' b. 1799, d. 1S63; m. Eben Ayer, settled at De Ruyter, N.Y; no ch. 

672 Hannah, 7 b. 1S02, d. 1861; m. Knos Ayer, settled at Erieville, N. Y. Chil- 

dren : ( I ) Joseph, (2) Eunice. 
-j-673 Roger," b. June 30, 1S04; m. Anna M. Cronkhite. 

674 David, ^ b. 1S07. d. about 1S7S; m. ist, Huldah Cronkhite. She died about 
1S47 ; m. 2d, Eleanor Vanderhoff, and settled at Fairport, N.Y. Children 
by first wife, (675) Celestial (676) Myron^ had two boys and one girl by 
second wife. 

677 Mary.'' b. iSio, at Fairport, N. Y., unmarried. 

678 Joab," b. 1S12, m. about 1S47. He settled at Marshall, Mich., had a family. 

679 Ann,' b. 1814, d. at West Hoosick, Dec, 1S84; unmarried. 



291 

William Gile' ( y^7//«,^ Joseph,^ Joseph^ John^ Samuel^), son oi 
John and ( ) Gile, born near Providence, R. I., about 1778, 

married Ann Stephens, daughter of Abram Stephens. He was a 
farmer at Oxford, Chenango Co. N. Y., a deacon of the Presbyterian 
church forty years, and died of cholera at Hannibal, Mo., 1873. 

Children : 

6S0 William S.," b. at Oxford, N. Y., Jan. 5, 181 2; m. at Buffalo, N. Y., 1S37, 
Adaline P., daughter of Harry and I^hona (Delano) Butler, born at Clin- 
ton, N. Y., 1817. He was a captain in the ist Penn. Cavalry daring the 
Rebellion; moved to Quincy, 111., thence to Kansas, in 1871. Has been 
State Fish Commissioner, and Democratic candidate for member of Con- 
gress in the 6th district of Kansas. He is at present a farmer at Venan- 
go, Ellsworth Co., Kan. Child: 
(681) Cortland H. B.* b. at Addison, N. Y., Sept., 1S44, is a physician at 
Venango. 
6S2 Joshua K.," was in early life a sailor, and afterwards ship's officer in voyages 
to all parts of the world, then an officer of a Mississippi steamer, residing 
at New Orleans, is now a farmer at Ion, Iowa. 
683 Margaret A.,' b. 1S14, d. Milwaukee, Wis., 1846; m. about 1836, Charles 

N. Shumwav, lived at Addison, N. Y., moved to Milwaukee in 1845. 
6S4 Elizabeth S.,''' b. iSiS; m. Theodore I). Ware, resided at Battle Creek, 

Mich., then in Iowa and now at Knoxville, Tenn. 
685 Rulef Stevens," b. Sept. 25, 1S25, d. at Addison, N. Y., May 7, 185S; m. 
Adeline Elizabeth Herr. He was a clerk and bookkeeper at Addison. 
Child: 
(686) Jiulef Hcrr^ b. at Addison, N. Y., Nov. 20, 1854; m. Jan. 3, 1S75, 
Charlotte Isabelle, daughter of Orvii and Martha Ann (Davis) Her- 
rick, born at Wautoma, Wis., July 15, 1855. He is a printer and 
publisher of the Wisconsin Leader at Mcrrillan, Jackson Co., Wis.; 
children, (687) Julia Agnes,^ b. at Wautoma. Mar. 4, 1876, d. Nov. 
9, 1880; (688) Jiay,^ b. at Merrillan, July 4, 18S3. 



POSTERITY OF SAMUEL GUILE OF HAVERHILL. 271 

689 Gordon HallJ b. May 29, 1828; m. at Newark, N. Y., Oct., 1851, Julia, 
daughter of Benjamin and Betsey (Wheeler) Jones, born at Ovid, N. Y., 
1829, died at Wautoma, Wis., 1863. He has been clerk of the Circuit 
court and supervisor in Winnebago Co.; is now engaged in the real estate 
business, iron mining, and luml)ering at Oshkosh, Wis. Children: 

(690) Julia A.^ b. June 10, 1855. 

(691) Jennie 6'.,^ b. Oct. 19, 1858. 

692 John,'' d. at Oxford, 1838. 

693 Caroline P.,' m, about 1859, Jeremiah Yancy, resides at Hannibal, Mo. 



293 

William Gile^ { Moses ^^ Moses,* Joseph,^ Jamcs^ Sajniiel'^), son of 
Moses and Elizabeth (Gilkey) Gile, born at Chester, Vt., Dec. 2, 
1784, married, 1804, Betsey Green, daughter of Joseph Green, of 
Mt. Holly, Vt. She was born there in 1788; died at Leicester, Vt., 
April 22, 1820; married 2d, 1822, Mary Enos, of Leicester. She 
survived him, and married Alexander Perry, of Shoreham, Vt. He 
studied medicine, completing the course before he was twenty years 
of age. He removed to Leicester, and commenced the practice of 
medicine, which continued for more than fifty years. He was in 
stature about of medium height, not robust, but erect, and of sym- 
metrical figure. As was the universal custom in his day, he was one 
of the most genteel of men in manner as well as in the cast of his 
countenance. Of a genial disposition by nature, he combined rare 
social qualities with intellectual powers of the highest order. For 
many years he added to his other duties those of town clerk and 
postmaster. He also kept a tavern, and was at the same time a 
justice of the peace. His memory is that of " the beloved physician." 
He died Nov. 15, 1859. 

Children by Betsey Green : 

694 Almira,'' b. Nov. 19, 1805; d. July 10, i8io. 

695 Darwin,' b. Oct. 2, 1807; d. 1826. 

696 Alphonzo,' b. July 20, 1809; d. Aug. 29, 1809. 

697 Sophia Maria,' b. Aug. 12, iSio; m. ist, March 27, 1836, Moses Cowan, of 

Brandon, Vt. Had five children. He died March 21;, 1855; m. 2d, May 
24, 1861, Dr. Hiram Corliss, of Greenwich, N. Y. He died there Sept. 
7, 1877. ^he resides at Greenwich. Children by first husband: [i] 
Mary Elizabeth, b. July 22, 1838, d. March 11, 1839. (2) Byron Gile, b. 
Feb. 25, 1840, is now president of the Loemo Printing Co., Chicago, and 
unmarried. (3) Eugene, b. Lake Washington, N. Y., Jan. 8, 1842; m,, 
Dec. 25, 1869, Adelaide Louisa, daughter of Horace and Julia A. Belden, 
of Geneva, N. Y. She was born at Williamsburg, Oct. 23, 1S46. He 
was orderly sergeant of Co. A., 123d N. Y. Vols., in the war of the 
Rebellion, and is now engaged in the insurance business at Chicago. 
Children: (I) Herberts., b. Geneva, 111., May 10, 1875; (II) Ralph E., 
b. Oak Park, 111.; Aug. 7, 1878; d. June 10, 1880; (III) Julia Louise, b. 
Sept. II, 1880. (4j Darwin Ernest, b. Salem, N. Y., Oct. 21, 1S43, <^' 
July 24, 1846. (5J Mary Elizabeth, b. Jan. 13, 1845; resides at Green- 
wich, N. Y. ; unmarried. 

698 Absalom Green,' b. Nov. 22, 18 12. In early life he removed to St. Louis 

Co. Went to Colorado in 18S4, and was living there, unmarried, when 
last heard from. 



272 GUILE GENEALOGY. 

699 Calphurnia,'^ b. May 21, 1S15, d. March 10, 1857; m., 1835, Walter F. 

Jiarker, of Leicester. He died Feb. 8, 1S54. Child: (i) Houoia, b. 
1837, d. Feb. 9, 1853. 

700 Lucy," b. July 12, 1S17; m., Jan. 4, 1837, Dr. Henry M. Witherell, of 

Leicester. He was born Aug. 12, 181 1; d. Jan. 24, 1S69. He removed 
to Waukegan, 111., and was an eminent physician there for many years. 
They had five children. She is now residing (18S7), with her son-in-law 
at Chicago. Children: (i) Eugenie Evaline, b. Nov. 21, 1837, d. Feb. 17, 
1840. (2) Cornelia Hoiiora, b. Dec. 30, 1S39. m., Aug. i, 1863, Allan C. Story 
He was born Aug. 6, 1S35, educated in the public schools of Elniira, 
N. Y., Genesee College and University of Albany, is now a lawyer at 
Chicago; child: {\) Frederick IV., b. Nov. 26, 1864. (3) Calfhurniii^h. 
Dec. II, 1841, d. July 28, 1870; m. Dr. R. W. Clarkson; no child. (4) 
Williavi Gile, b. Sept. 15, 1844; m., Sept. 26, 1872, Maria Beatlie. He 
is an attorney-at-law, partner with A. C. Story, at Chicago; children: 
(I) William II., b. Oct. 26, 1S73; (H) Allen J., b. June 11, 1S75; (HI) 
Harry B., b. Aug. 12, 1878; (IV) Edith, b. Mar. 10, 1SS4; {5) Darwin, 
b. April 16, 1846; d. May 24, 1852. 

701 Honora EUen,^ b. Oct., 1819; d. May 15, 1822. 

Child by Mary Enos : 

702 William Byron,' b. about 1823; d. about 1S28. 

299 

Amos Gile" {Anios^ Moses,'^ Joseph^ yames^ Saniuel'^)^ son of 
Amos and Silence (Ranney) Gile, born at Chester, Vt., Nov. 27, 1778, 
married Sally Ketchum. She was born in Vermont, Jan 14, 1790. 
He was a farmer at Bristol, Vt., and died at Harlem, Ont., Feb 14, 
1849. 

Children : 

-I-703 Azel Holmes," b. Dec. 14, 1811; m. Mahala Chipman. 
-[-704 John,' b. Dec. 13, 1818; m. Amelia Curtis. 



306 

Schuyler Gile' {Amos,^ Moses.* Joseph^ Javics^- Saviue/^), son of 
Amos and Dorothy (Curtiss) Gile, born in Vermont, Sept. 12, 1802, 
married Eliza Clark. He was a farmer at Elizabethtown, and Kit- 
ley, Ont., and died at the latter place May 6, i860. 

Children : 

-{-705 Reuben, ■J b. Mar. 10, 1S33; m. Amanda J. Sheldon. 

■\--o6 Amos," b. June 5. 1S35; '"• Lllen Whitson. 

708 Robert,' b. June 5, 1835; d. April 27, 1856. 

709 Polly Maria,' b. Sept. 15, 1S37 ; May 12, 1863; m. Dec. 25, 1S60, d. Jeremiah 

Washburn. 

710 Diantha,' b. July 25, 1S40; m. July 4, 1870, Stephen Andrews. 

711 Martha Marilla," b. Feb. 15, 1S42 ; m. Richard Sheldon, who is a farmer at 

Portland, Ont. 



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POSTERITY OF SAMUEL GUILE OF HAVERHILL. 273 

712 Jonathan,'' b. April 30. 1844; m. Dec. 24, 1869, Esther, daughter of John and 

Jane (Rol)inson) Clark. She was born, Feb. 20, 1844. He is a dealer in 
boots and shoes, at Smiths Falls, Ont., and has been town councilor and 
is a deacon of the Baptist church. No children. 

713 Willard Clark,' b. April 12, iS46;d. June, 1S48. 

714 Mirandajb. Oct. 21, 1848; d. Apr. 6, 1857. 

715 Arthur Bidwell,7 b. June 27, 185 1, is a farmer at Kitley, Ont. ; unmarried. 



309 

Nathan Gile ® {Nathan^ Moses ^^ yoseph^ yames^ SaimceF)^ son of 
Nathan and Lydia (Earl) Gile, born at Chester, Vt., Feb. 9, 1788 ; m. 
Lydia Yates. He was a farmer at Chester, and moved to Gaines- 
ville, N. Y., and died there Jan. 12, 1870. 

Children : 

716 Lydia,' died unmarried. 

717 Nathan,' d. His widow resides at Janesville, Wis. They had a daughter 

that m. Nicholas Fredericks. 
719 Abner,' b. at Gainesville, N. Y., Jan. 3, 1820; m. at Waukegan. 111., Feb. i, 
1844, Mary E., daughter of Orange and ILirriet (Ketchum) Smith. She 
was born at Chautauqua. N. Y., Jan. 11. 1S25. At the age of twenty- 
three he emigrated to Waukegan, 111., where he bought a farm and re- 
mained until Feb., 1S50, when he went the overland route to California, 
returning in April, 1851, and worked his farm, until Oct. 1854, then sold 
out and went to La Crosse, Wis., and engaged in the lumber business on 
Black River. He has been in active business, up to the present time. 
Mr. Gile is now President and third owner, of the Bland Mill Lumber 
Company, with a capital of $250,000, and a large owner in other manu- 
facturing enterprises. He built and owns three large buildings in 
La Crosse, and his capital, is a great help towards moving the business of 
that city. He has seen very little time to accept public offices, but has 
served as town supervisor, and is trustee of the Universalist church (See 
portrait). Children (720^ Elsie D.^ b. at Waukegan, Nov. 22, 1S44 ; m. 
Aug. 26, 1867, Robert A. Scott, and resides at La Crosse; (721) Wales 
E.^ b. at Onalaska, Wis.. Dec. 14, 1863; accidentally shot Oct. 20, 1872. 

722 Elsie Emily.' b. Nov. 16. 1821; m. at Gainesville, N. Y., Apr. 22, 1849, 

Wells Smith. They reside at Silver Springs, N. Y., Children (i) 
Erances Maria, h. Dec. 24, 1849; "i- Apr. 28, 1865, Giles Gilbert, of 
Stanton, Mich.; children, (I) Wells, b. Aug. 16, 1870, (II) Grace, b. Jan. 
8, 18S1, (III) Erancis Smith, b. Feb. 29, 1883, d. Mar. i, 1883. (2) Eva- 
lyn Adelaide, b. Oct. 5, 1850; d.^ Oct. 3, 1870. (3) Marian Eliza, b. Jan. 
II, 1853; m. Mar. 24. 1875, James Lowing, of Gainesville ; child, (I) jfohn 
Smith, b. Oct. 23, 1876. (4) Mary Josepha, b. May 7, 1865. 

723 Tower Jackson,' b. May 3, 1826; m. at Friendship, N. Y., June 20, 1857, 

Mary M., son of Harmon and Phebe (Towlsey) Knickerbocker. He was 
a merchant and then a magnetic physician at Des Moines, la., and now 
resides at Topeka, Kansas. Child : 
(724) Charles Heiiryf b. at Gainesville, N. Y., June 21, 185S. He is a 

leading farmer at Havana Township (P. O., Clear Lake), Dakota. 

He has been Township clerk five years, and held several other 

positions of trust. 

725 Fanny,' died unmarried. 

726 Maria,' died unmarried. 

727 Mary Delila,' b. Feb. 15, 1831 ; m , June 10, 1858, Nyram Reynolds Tiffany, 

who was born Sept. 15, 1826, and is a farmer, town supervisor and asses- 
sor at Gainesville, N. Y. Children : (i) Erank Gile, b. June 18, 1S59; m. 
at Tainter, Wis., Sept. i, 1883, Emily M. Moyes, who was born Aug. 17, 

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274 GTTILE GENEALOGY. 

i860. He graduated at Cornell University in 1S80, and is now book- 
keeper for Gile & Holway. lumber merchants at La Crosse. Wis. (2) 
FrtJ ManUy, b. June 9, 1S62, d. Mar. 13, 1863. (3) Ed~u<in IVills, born 
Nov. 23, 1S63. (4) Maud May. b. July 16, 1870, d. Mar. 9, 1S72. 
728 Emma •" b. 1.S34; m. 1S56, Henry B. Howell, who is a dealer in sewing 
machines at La Crosse, Wis. Children: (i) Lillian Arabtll; (2) Ada 
Ge>ifTa,h. 1S5S, d. 1865; (3) Frederick Wells, b. 1864, drowned while 
bathing, 1S82; (4) Helen Frances. 



315 

Elijah Gile' {Nathan^ Moses* yosc/'/i^^ ^cuncs,^ Samuel'^), son of 
Nathan and Lydia (Earl) Gile, born at Windham, Vt., Jan. 28, 1793, 
married Charlotte Jefferson, daughter of Job and Lucy (Reed) 
Jefferson of Gainesville, N. Y. She died at Sharon, Wis., Alay 14, 
1884. He was a farmer at Sharon and died there Feb. 27, 1S83. 

Children : 

729 Aaron, '^ m. Christana Conclain. He is a farmer at Sharon, Wis. ; children: 
(730) /4«.r/'/«,'^ m. Jennie Bush, resides at Sharon; children, (731 J i'l/:';/';^,^ 
(732) Mattie^ 

(733) Sarah.^ unmarried. 

(734) Frank E.,^ m. Mar. 28, 1883, Emma Smith, resides at Sharon and has 

two boys. 
(737) Leslie.^ 
738 Dorothy Ann,^ m. Frank B. Langdon of Sharon. Children: (i) Louisa, 
m. Thomas Halbert; (2) Helen, m. William Gillis; (3) Clarissa, m. Ed- 
ward McCullom; (4) Millard; (5) Giles; (6) Emma, m. Desmond; (7) 
Kkoda, m. Fred Lavalley; (8) Frank; (9) James. 
-|-739 Elijah," b. Mar. 14, 1827; m. Alvina Rice. 

740 Olive," m. Seymour Rice, and resides at West Troy, Wis. Children: (i) 

Leonora; (2) Sherman; (3) Edgar; (4) Ella, m. Oren Marshall; (5) Alice, 
m. Oren Burton ; (6) Frank. 

741 Cyrus." m. ist, Mary Merrill, had two children; m. 2d, Lydia Halbert, and 

had eight children. He resides at Huntley Grove. 111. Children : (742) 
Dexter,^ d. unmarried; (743) Job;^ (744I Minnie,^ d. unmarried; (745) 
Louisa,^ \xi. Richardson; (746) Maiid;^ (747) Dora;^ (74S) Claude-^ 

(749) Mary f' (110) George f' (751) Walter.^ 

752 Royal," m. .Mary Ann Barringer, and has (753) Isadora^ m. Samuel Peter- 
son; (754) Elvinf" (755) Emma,^ m. Frank Lawrence; (756) Clara? 

757 Rosel,' ni. Lucy Jane Jefferson, and resides at Sharon, Wis. Children: 
(758) Rhchel} (759) Dwella? m. Auchampauch, (760) Annie,^ m. 

George Davis, (761) Charles^ (762) William Raymond^ 

763 Charles," m. Fannie Auchampauch, resides at Sharon. Children: (764) 
Milo Jay? (765) May,^ {766) Sherman? (767) Maud.^ 

768 Charlotte,' m. Seymour Rice, and resides at Carl, Iowa. Children : (i) 

Elvin, m. Kthelda Rice; (2) Elijah, m. Ada Lowell. 

769 Laura Jane," m. John Scott. Children: (i) Laura Jane, (2) Royal. 

770 Lydia," m. Henry Griffin, and resides at Carl, Iowa. Children: (i) Belle, 

(2) Orlie, (3) William, (^) Carl. 

771 Harriet,' m. Lewis Ilichouch of Sharon, Wis. Children: (i) Orlie, (2) Wil- 

liam, (3) Ruby. 



POSTERITY OF SAMUEL GUILE OF HAVERHILL. 275 

319 

Barnabas GiLES^ {Ephmim^ Moses^^ Joseph^ Jaines^ Scttmiel'^^^ 
son of Ephraim and Philena (Wright) Gile, born at Grafton, Vt., 
Aug, 30, 1792; m. Sally White. He was a farmer at Windham, Vt., 
and died there June 10, 1858. 

Children born at Windham : 

772 Sally White,'' b. Apr. 30, 1S18 ; m. Jan. 24, 1843, Jonathan Thomas, son of 

Joseph and Martha (Chase) Brintnall. He was born Mar. 17, 1821 and is 
a farmer at Windham, Vt. Children, (i) Aurilla Emerline, b. May 9, 
1845; m. Apr. 17, 1S66, Leslie C. Lawrence, a farmer at Windham; child 
(I) Mary Ella, b. Oct. 13, 1S73. (2) Charles J. B., b. Jan. 15, 1858 ; d. 
Mar. 18,1864. 

773 Alniira,'' b. Oct. 26. 1820 ; d. Sept. 3, 1859; m. May 18, 1841, Mason Brintnall. 
-{-774 BarnabasJ b. May 20, 1823 ; m. Abby M. Houghton. 

775 Sophia H.," b. Aug. i8, 1828; m. Oct. 3, 1850, Isaac, son of Isaac and 

Sarah (Chafilin) Whitney. He was born at Putney, Vt., June 14, 1821, 
and is a farmer at South Wardsboro, Vt. Children (i) Abby yane, b. 
June I, 1852 ; m. George W. Pierson of South Wardsboro ; (2) E??ima 
Stella, b. Aug. 17, 1856 ; d. Aug, 24, 1856; (3) Burnette G., b. July 22, 
1868. 

776 Emeline,^ b. Nov. 19, 1S31; m. June 2, 1852, Ira son of Oliver and Dolly 

(Baker) Atvvood. He was born at Chester, Vt., June 12, 1S28 and is a 
leather dealer at Chester. Child, (i) Frank IVillard, b. 1853; m, Florence 
Kenney, who is a machinist at Berlin Falls, 



326 

Ethan Giles^ {Ephraim^ Moscs,"^ jfoseph^ James^ Samttel^), son 
of Ephraim and Philena (Wright) Gile, born at Chester, Vt,, July 31, 
1804, married first at Chester, Vt., Nov. 28, 1824, Joanna Arnold, 
daughter of Ebenezer and Roby (Gorton) Arnold, she died at Clare- 
mont, N, H,, Nov, i, 1849, aged 43; married second at Charlestown, 
N, H., Feb. 27, 1850, widow Sarah Parker who died Feb. g, 1881. 
He was a farmer, and died at Windsor, Vt,, Aug, 30, 1874, 

Children : 

777 Augusta E.,'' b, at Chester, Nov. 5, 1825 ; d. Claremont, N. H., Jan, 9, 1851 ; 

m. Apr, 30, 1849, Charles Stearns. No children, 

778 Lucy E.,' b. May 17, 1827; d. May 18, 1827. 

779 Ethan A.," b. Oct. 12, 1829; m. at Charlestown, N. H., Jan. i, 1851, Eliza- 

beth A. Parker. He is a farmer at Hartland, Vt. Child : 
(780) IVilliavi ff.,* b. at Claremont, N. H., May 18, 1852; m. May 18, 1874, 
Ella A., daughter of John and Adaline L. (Aldrich) Hall. She 
was born at Hartland, June 2, 1850. He is a farmer at Hartland. 
Child, (781) Blanche P.^ b. May 21, 1875, d. Sept. 23, 1879. 
782 Joanna E.," b. at Mt. Tabor, Vt., Nov, 8, 1831 ; m. ist, at Claremont, N. 
IL, Sept, 12, 1848, William Nevers ; m. 2d, at Lawrence, Mass., Dec. 13, 
1857, J. L, Linscott. Children: (i) Edward H. (Nevers), b. at Clare- 
mont, Dec, 12, 1849; d, Nov, 12, 1850, (2) William H. (Nevers), b. 



276 GUILE GENEALOGY. 

May 10, 1S52; ni. Ausijusta Farnum. (3) Frank J. (Linscott), b. at New- 
field, Me., Sept. 3, 1858. (4) Laura A. (Linscott), b Apr. 30. i860 ; m. at 
Waltham, Mass., Nov. 22, 1S83. Mason Churchill. (5) Irie E. (Lin- 
scott), b. Aug. 19, 1S62 ; m. at Melton Mills, N. H., Jan. 20, 1883, 
Edward IL ITutchins; child: (I) Ed-.uin M., b. Dec. 30. 18S4. (6) 
Lfonard L. (Linscott), b. Aug. 2, 1864. (7) Ulysses S. (Linscott), b. 
May 24. 1867. (8) Alfred H. (Linscott), b. Aug. i, 1876. {c,) Bertie A. 
(Linscott), b. Jan. 28, 1876. 

783 Cornelia E.," b. Feb. 4, 1834 ; m. at Denmark, Me , Nov, 28, 1855, James L. 

Meserve. Children: (i) Clarence E., b. North Bridgton, Me., .SejJt. 12, 
1S56 ; m. at Franklin, Mass., Oct. 18S3, Annie .\L McDonald. (2) Emma 
A., b. at Lovell, Me., June 6, 185S ; d. Apr. 26, 1863. (3) Evelyn L., b. 
Jan. 22, i860. 

784 Laura E.,' b. at Cornish, N. H., Jan. 26. 1836 ; m. at Providence, R. I., 

Apr. 7, 1867, Joseph Clough. No children. 

785 Lucia H.,'' b. Apr. 26, 1838 ; d. at Brownfield, Me., Aug. 30, 1865 ; m. at 

Boston, Dec. 25, 1855, William Britton. Children: (i) Lemuel, b. at 
Boston. Jan. 2, 1S57. (2) IVtlliavi S., b. at Newton, Apr. 21, 1859; d. 
Mar. 29, 1S82. 

786 Lemuel A.,'' b. Jan. 30, 1840 ; m. at Bradford, Vt., Apr. 28, 1867, Belle 

Sweet. Children: 

(757) Frani A.,^ b. June 21, 1867. 

(758) William H.,^ b. Aug. 31, 1S69. 

(759) AlenA.,^ b. Feb. 10, 1871 ; d. Feb. iS, 1S75. 
(790) An7ia /^.,8 b. Nov. i, 1874. 

791 Hattie A.,^ b. at Claremont, N. H., March 24, 1S42; d. at Lowell, Mass., 

Dec. 6. 1880; m. ist, at Lawrence, Mass., May 15, 1S62, Lucian Hunt; 
m. 2d, at Lowell, 1S75, William T. Fuller. Children by first husband: 
(i) Lucian H., b. Lowell, Jan. 9. 1866; (2) Edwin E., b. Cambridgeport, 
Mav 6, 1869; (3) Bertha A., b. Hiram, Me., April 2, 1872; d. July 12, 

1^73- 

792 Phebe Ann,^ b. June 9, 1844; d. Sept. 17, 1846. 

793 Emma F..," b. June 14, 1846: m. ist, April 23, 1S66, William Britton; ra. 

2d, at Providence, R. I., Nov. 8, 1875, George E. Helme. 



327 

James Guild' ( Jonathan^ yonaf/iati,'^ yoscfJi,^ yaf/ics,^ Samue/^)^ 
son of Jonathan and Sarah (Sherburne) Gile, born at Northfield, N. 
H., 1776, married Mary Walker. He was a farmer at Danville, Vt., 
and died there May, 1849. 

Children : 

794 James,'' b. 181 1; m. Fannie Hill. He was a carpenter and joiner at Dan- 
ville, Vt , and died in 188 1. They had six children. 
-|-8oo John," b. Sept 9, 1813; m. Clarissa Porter. 

801 Charles.'' He was married twice, but had no children; now resides at So. 

Walden, Vt. 

802 Hiram B.,' b. 1817; d. 1S51. He was a wheelwright. 

803 Mary,' b. 1820; d. 1862; m. John George, of Boston, and had four children. 

804 Sarah," b. May 18, 1824; m., Jan. 8, 1843, George D., son of Noah and 

Mary (Cram) Lane. He was born at Cabot, Vt.. Jan. 8, 1820, and is a 
farmer at So. Walden, Vt. Children: (i) Celia Ilarringtoti, b. Nov. 29, 
1843; d. 1872; m. William Clifford, and had three children (2) Mary, b. 
Feb. 14, 1846; m. ist, ; 2d, George F. Eastman. (3) 

Walter Scott, b. May 3, 184S, is a farmer at So. Walden. (4) George 



POSTERITY OF SAMUEL GUILE OF HAVERHILL. 277 

Edwin, b. Aug. 29, 1S50; m. Celia Amsden. (5) Charles, b. Dec. 11, 
1853; m. Julia Whitcomb. (6) James Guild, b. April 19, 1856-; m. May 
Gadapie. (7) I/arvey Havilaiid, b. May 29, 1858. He is a farmer at So. 
Walden. (8) Elsie Grace, b. March, 1861; d. 1863. (9) Orris Elmer, b. 
Sept. I, 1865. 
805 Abel,'' b. 1827, was a shoemaker, and died of consumption in 1849. 



332 

Joseph Gile' {Jonathan,^ Jonathan," Joseph^ Jajnes,^ Samuel"^)^ 
son of Jonathan and Sarah (Sherburne) Gile, born at Northfield, N. 
H., 1785, married Polly Greenough, of Canterbury, who was born 
1782, and died June 28, 1863. He was a farmer at Northfield, and 
died there Feb. 22, 1828. The homestead remains in possession of 
his grandchildren. In his will a second son, John Person, is men- 
tioned. 

Children : 

-f-806 Alfred Augustus^ b. Oct. 9, 1807 ; m. Mary L. Kern. 

807 Mary FlaggJ m. John F. Barr, and resides at Dauvers, Mass. 

808 Thomas,'' is a farmer at Franklin Falls, N. H. ; unmarried. 

809 Abigail Greenough,^ d. 1885; m. Emery Batchelder, of London, N. H. 

No children. 



335 

Thomas Gile' (^jFonathan,^ Jonathan," Joseph^ James^ Samad^), 
son of Jonathan and Sarah (Sherburne) Gile, born at Northfield, N. 
H., Sept. 2, 1789, married Jane Forrest, who was born April 4, 
1794, and died Dec. 6, 1856. He was a farmer at Northfield, N. H., 
and died there Jan. 31, 1869. 

Children : 

Bid William Forrest,'' b. April 3, 1820; d. May 15, 1845; unmarried. 
-j-8ii Charles Alonzo,'' b. July 21, 1822 ; m. Mary J. Woodbury. 



347 

Amos Webster Philips Gile^ ( ,^ Nathan," Daniel,^ Ephraim^ 
Samuel'^), born June 4, 18 15, married, at Lowell, Mass., Feb. 17, 
1840, Elizabeth Cox, daughter of John and Lucy (Hart) Cox. She 
was born at Beverly, Mass., Feb. 17, 182 1, and died at Lowell, March 
27, 1873. He was a shoemaker and farmer at Newton, N. H., and 
died there Dec. 3, 1857. 



278 GUILE GENEALOGY. 

Children : 

812 Phinando Nelson.'' b. at Methuen, Mass., June 2, 1S42; m., at Conway, N. 
H., July 4, 1866, Leonora A., daughter of Nathaniel and Clarice (Willey) 
Drew. .She was born Aug. 14, 1S39. He enlisted in Co. C, 6th N. H. 
Regt., and served three years. He is now a shoemaker at Haverhill, 
Mass. Cliildren : 

(813) Beujamin N.^ b. Conway, N. H., April 21, 1867. 

(814) Arvilla C," b. Haverhill, Mass., Dec. 21, 1S72. 

(815) Charlotte E.,* h. Haverhill, Oct. 23, 1882. 

816 Lllen Maria,7 b. Feb. 8, 1S47; m., May 19, 1S6S, Willard Amos, son of Ira 
and Olive (Todd) Wheeler. He was born at Eaton, P. Q., Jan. 10, 1842, 
and is now a carpenter at Lowell. 



348 

Daniel Gile^ {Stephen,^ Daniel^'' Daniel^ Ephraim^ Sa?fiuel'^)^ son 
of Stephen and Joanna (^ ) Gile, born at Alfred, Me., July 15, 1786, 
married Feb. 20, 1809, Lovey Roberts. She was born at Alfred, 
March 3, 1785 ; died at Newfield, Nov. 9, 186 1. He was a farmer, 
and member of the Baptist church at Newfield, Me., and died Nov. 
10, 1S62. 

Children : 

817 Samuel,'' b. May I, 1810 ; d. Feb. 18, 183S. 

818 Daniel,' b. Feb. 5, 1812, d. June 23, 1844 ; m. but left no children. 

819 Joanna,' b. Jan. i, 1814; d. Oct 16, 1S38 

820 Charity,'' b. June 21, 1S16; d. Mar. 16, 1S45. 

821 Lovey,' b. April 13, 1822; d. Mar. 2, 1882, unmarried. 

822 Stephen,' b. Nov. 11, 1823, d. July 22, 1S76; m. Sarah F. Home of Acton, 

had six sons, three living in Newfield, three at work in Boston, 

831 Ephraim,' b. June i, 1S24; d. Oct. i, 1S43. 

832 David,' b. Jan. 19, 1829; m. Jan. 2, 1862, Sarah J. Thompson of Newfield. 

He is a farmer on the homestead at Newfield (P. O., North Shapleigh). 
Children: (S33) Daniel Usker,^ h. A\ig. 19, 1863, d. ''^"g- 'S> '^85; (834) 
Anna E.,^ b. Oct. 2, 1866. 



350 

Stephen Gile' {Stcphen^^ Daniel* Daniel^ Ephraim^ Samucl'^)^ son 
of Stephen and Joanna ( ) Gile, born at Alfred, Me., Feb. 2, 1791, 
married. May 12, 1820, Mercy Gowen, daughter of Aaron and Eliza- 
beth (Boston) Gowen, of Waterborough. He was a farmer at Alfred, 
and died there July 11, 1872. 



POSTERITY OF SAMUEL GUILE OF HAVERHILL. 279 

Children : 

-}-835 Stephen/ b. Feb. 3, 1823; m. Sarah J. McKenney. 

836 Mary Jane,' b. 1827 ; d. May 27, 186S. 

837 EphraimJ b. Aug. 9, 1829; cl. April 22, 1852. 

838 Emulous," b. Jan. 11, 1835; m. ist, Dec. 11, 1872, Clara Jane, daughter of 

Hiram and Harriet Littlcfield. She was born at Sanford, Me., 1S46, died 
January 29, 1877. Married 2d, May 6, 1878, Sarah Elizabeth Goodwin, 
daughter of Calvin and Elizabeth Goodwin. She was born in Acton, 
Me., Dec. 19, 1857. He is a farmer at Alfred, Me. Children: (839) 
Alice May^ b. Nov. 6, 1873, d. April 18, 1877 ; (S40) Cora Jane,* b. Feb. 
3, 1S75; (S41) Sumner Emulous,^ b. July 26, 1879, d. Sept. 10,1885; 
(842) Ida Frances^ b. July 23, 1886. 



355 

Henry Gile^ {Thomas^ Daniel,^ Daniel^ Ephraim^ Samuel'^), son 
of Thomas and ( ) Gile, born at Alfred, Me., March i, 1799, 

married, Oct. 13, 1822, Eliza Roberts. She was born Sept. 4, 1800; 
died March i, 1885. He succeeded to his father's place, where he 
lived, and died May 8, 1885. 

Children : 

843 Susan S., b. Aug. 15, 1823; m., May 21, 1847, James Nason May. He died 
May 6, 1849; ^- 2d, Aug. 6, 1850, William Bracey Nason. Both hus- 
bands were sea captains living at Kennebunk, Me. Children : (i) Jatnes 
Henry (May), b. March 9, 1848. (2) William Albion (Nason), b. March 
15, 1852. (3) Edward Cyrus (Nason), b. Sept. 16, 1853; d. Dec. 27, 
1859. (4) Susan Elizabeth (Nason), b. April 6, 1856; d. Aug. i, 1857. 
{^f^) Adelaide Lizzie (Nason), b. Nov. 5, 1858. (6) Mary Lord (Nason), b. 
May 3, 1864. 

-j-844 Albion K.,^ b. Jan. 29, 1826; m. Lucy W. Currier. 

-I-84S Henry S.,'' b. May 8, 1827 ; m. Matilda J. Crellin. 

846 Cyrus C.,^ b. July 20, 1829; d. March 27, 1854; unmarried. 

847 Mary Elizabeth,' b. Nov. 17, 1836; m., Nov. 30, 1864, Daniel A. Pierce, and 

resides at Hyde Park, 111. Children : (i) Ida, b. June 5, 1866; (2) Alice, 
b. July 5, 1873. 



376 



EZEKIEL GiLE^ (^Richard C.,^ Ezekiel,'^ Daniel^ Ephraim^ Samuel'^)^ 
son of Richard C and Mary G. (Jones) Gile, born at Grantham, N. 
H., May 17, 1804, married Czarina Newton, who was born Feb. 4, 
1802, and died in 1882. He was a farmer at Norwich, Vt., and died 
there Dec. 7, 1885. 



280 GUILE GENEALOGY. 

Children : 

+848 Albion,'' b. Feb. 9, 1827 ; m. Mary E. Clogston. 
849 Ursula Ann," b. Oct. 21, 182S; m. Washington Ulanchard, of Norwich, Vt. 
Children: (l) Ezekiel GiU, h. Aug. 25, 1846; m. Covena Daniels, b. Feb. 
8,1846; (2) Gdori^e Fred, b.March 21, 1S59; m. Emma Stearns, of 
Mericien, N. H ; resides at Norwich. 
-I-S50 Richard Cheney," b. Oct. 16, 1831 ; m. .Sarah F. Kimball. 

851 Independence Liberty," b. Aug., 1S33; m. Olive A, daughter of Harry and 
Laura (Chamberlain) Kendall, b. at Sharon, Vt., July 2, 1S42. He is a 
farmer at Sharon, \'t. Child: 
(852) Ella Afarcella,^ b. Nov. 28, 1842 ; d. Sept. 2, 1862. 
4-853 Francis Lafayette," b. Nov. 7, 1836 ; m. Lucy G. Barnard. 



392 

David Chauncy Gile' (^David,^ Ezekiel,^ Daniel^ Ephraim^ SamueP-\ 
son of David and Gertrude (Bruce) Gile, born at Hopkinton, N. H., 
June 16, 1823 ; married June 7, 1842, Nancy Dow Shepard, daughter 
of Israel and Sally (Crowell), Shepard. She was born at Boscawen, 
N. H., Aug. 23, 1826. Mr. Gile is a farmer and member of the Free 
Baptist church, at West Concord, N. H. 

Children born at Concord : 

854 Adaline C," b. May 21, 1843; m. Morse, resides at Milford, Mass. 

855 Emma S.," b. Dec. 11, 1844 ; m. Abbott, resides at Concord, N. H. 

856 William Henry,^ b. Oct. 25, 1S47 ; m. May 25, 1S71, I'^mma P"rances, daugh- 

ter of (ieorge Warren, and Lavinia (Hates) Blake of Milford, Mass., 
Mr. Gile was a clerk in a clothing store, at .Milford, for several years, 
commenced business on his own account at Milford, remaining twelve 
years, removed to Lawrence, Mass., where he still resides, owning the 
store in Milford. half of the store in Lawrence, and one half of a store 
at Franklin, the style of the firms being W. H. Gile & Co., In connec- 
tion with his stores, he publishes "Gile's Household Journal," which has 
a monthly circulation, of thirty thousand. Mr. Gile has been an active 
member of the Congregational church, having acted as clerk, chairman of 
the trustees, and ten years superintendent of the Sabbath school. Child: 
(857) Nellie Blake,* b. at Milford, May 30, 1S72. 

858 Flora A.,' b. Apr. 28, 1852 ; d. Nov. S, 1S70. 

859 Jedd La Forrest," b. Feb. 10, 1862. A farmer at West Concord, N. H. 



395 

Levi Gile« {Reuben^ Ephraim,* Samuel^ Ephrahn^ Samuel '^)^ son 
of Reuben and Sarah (Messer) Gile, born at Sutton, N. H., Oct. 22, 
1786; married, first, 1808 Asenath Fletcher; married second, 
Eliza Pewere. He was Captain of the militia, and a farmer at 
Sutton, N. H., and died there May, 1872. 



POSTERITY OF SAMUEL GUILE OF HAVERHILL. 281 

Children by Asenath Fletcher : 

+860 Reuben,' b. Oct. 6, 1809; m. Melvina Williams. 

861 Joel Fletcher,' b. April 2, 18 J i ; m., at Lempster, N. H., 1850, Caroline 

Beckwith. He was a farmer at Lyman, N. H., and died there Mar. 6, 
1871. No children. 

862 Mahalath Fletcher,' b. Feb. 6, 1813; d. at SprinsfielH. N. H., Oct., 1859; 

m., 1843, Uaniel S. Perley. Children : ( i) Mary Ann, b. Mar. 24, 1844 ; 

d. at Wilmot, N. H., 1875; m., 1869, Woodbury Hutchias ; child, (I) 

Guy. (2) Asenath, b. 1847. 
-I-863 Anthony Sargent,' b. May 27, 1S15 ; m. Mary H. Brockway. 
-I-864 Philip Sargent Harvey,' b. March 20, 1817; m. ist, Sybil M. Wilcox; 2d, 

Lucy J. Messer ; 3d, Mary B. Dodge. 

865 Quartus Fletcher,' b. Feb 7, 1820; d. at Springfield, N. H., 1849; unmarried. 

866 Orson Parker,' b. Oct. 2, 1825 ; d. at Lempster, N. H., 1849 ; unmarried. 

404 

David Simpson Gile® {David,^ Ephraim^^ Sajnuel^ Ephraim^ 
Satnuei'^), son of David and Phebe (Marston) Gile, born at New 
London, N, H., Oct., 1794, married Emily Gage. He was a farmer 
at Corinth, Me. 

Children : 

867 Adaline,' m. Hartwell Gray, and resides at Belvidere, 111. 

868 Phebe Marston,' m. William F. Tucker, and resides at Oak Park, 111. 

869 Asa Gage,' is a coal merchant at Chicago, and has one child. 

871 Charles Gage,' d. 

872 Abigail Gage,' unmarried. 

873 David Herrick,' b. at Corinth, Me., July 18, 1836; m., June i, 1869, Louisa 

P., daughter of Asa and Susan (Copeland) Worster. She was born in 
Boston, April 22, 1841. He enlisted in April, 1S61, as a private in 
Barker's Chicago Dragoons, for three months' service, then enlisted for 
three years in Co. A, 4th 111. Cavalry, and was elected ist Lieut., serving 
as body-guard at the headquarters of Gen. Grant. In Oct., 1S62, he was 
detached for service as aide-de-camp on the staff of Gen. McPherson, and 
was promoted and commissioned captain by the War Department in 
March, 1863, and remained with Gen. McPherson until he fell in battle 
before Atlanta, July 22, 1864. He was honorably discharged in Nov., 
1864. Mr. Gile is now a merchant at Chicago, is a member of the board 
of aldermen, the Society of the Army of the Tennessee, and Order of 
the Loyal Legion. He has two children, adopted : 
(874) Ella? b. Oct. 29, 1875; (875) Warren? b. July 2, 1881. 

876 George,' died young. 

877 Alberto,' died young. 

406 

Asa Marston Gile^ {David^^ Epkraim,* Samuel,^ Ephraim,'^ 
Samuel'^), son of David and Phebe (Marston) Gile, born at New 
London, N. H., March 29, 1801, married Rebecca Perry Sweet. 
He was a farmer at East Corinth, Me. 

Children : 

-}-878 William Fordyce,' b. Nov. 27, 1839; m. Lucinda H. Grant. 
879 Emma F.,' b. Aug. 28, 1847; d. ; m. E. K. Wingate. 
19 



282 GUILE GENEALOGY. 

408 

Asa Gile' (Samuel,^ Asa* Samuel,^ Ephraitn,"^ Samue/'^), son of 
Samuel and Betsey (Bowdoin) Gile. born at Nottingham, N. H., Mar. 
lo, 1791, married first, Mary CRocKErx, who was born July 29, 1794, 
and died Sept. 18, 1828; married second, Maria Fogg, who died 
May 6, 1875. He was a farmer at Belmont, N. H., and died there 
July 20, 1856. 

Children by Mary Crockett : 

880 Mahala Doe.'' b. April 26, 1819; d. Jan. 27, 1S54; m. Joseph H. Clark. 

Children: (i) Charles T., b. March 14, 1S47 ; d. (2) Josef h E., b. 

April 7, 1850; d. Dec. 5, 1856. 
8S1 John Crockett,' b. Sept. 17, 1820; d. March 4, 1865. 
882 Mary Crockett," b. Aug. 7, 1822; d. Oct. 29, 1S48; m., Dec. 2, 1847, John 

Leavitt. 
+883 Charles liouden," b. March 22, 1825; m. Mehitable Marden. 

884 Asa,'' b. Sept. 4, 1828 ; d. June 5, 1S60. 

885 Sarah Jane," b. Sept. 4, 182S; d. Oct. 2, 1829. 

Child by Maria Fogg : 

886 George Franklin,'' b. Mar. 31, 1831 ; m. Janet, daughter of Sullivan Smith. 

He was for some time engaged in the lumber business at Ossipee, N. H., 
is now a prosperous farmer at Belmont. No children. 



410 

Samuel Gile® (Samue/,^ Asa,^ Sa7nuel^ EpJirahn^ Samuel^), son of 
Samuel and Betsey (Bowdoin) Gile, born at Northwood, N. H., Mar. 
10, 1795, married first, Mehitable Weeks, daughter of Joseph and 
Huldah (Chapman) Weeks. She was born Feb. 10, 1796, and died 
Oct. 25, 185 1 ; married second, Abigail Plum.mer Morrison, daugh- 
ter of Ebenezer and Hannah (Smith) Morrison. He was a tailor at 
Sanbornton, N. H., and died there. 

Children by Mehitable Weeks : 

887 Betsey Bowdoin,'' b. Nov. 12, 1820; m. Almon Farnum, who died. She 
resides at East Andover, N. H. Children: (i) Siisan Elizabeth, b. Mar. 
24, 1S44; m. Jan. 6, 1872, Henry W., son of Hazen and Betsey (Durgin) 
Durgin; (2) Mary Jane, b. June 21, 1S46. 
-f888 Joseph Weeks,^ b. July 3, 1823; m. ist, Ruth Hilliard; m. 2d, Sarah C. 
Clark; m. 3d, Permelia C. Leavitt. 

889 Mary Jane,'' b. Sept. 7, 1S2S; d. May 26, 1849. 

890 Susan Greene,'' b. Sept. 29, 1833; d. Sept. 21, 1835. 
-I-891 Curtis K.," b. Jan. 16, 1834; m. Mary C. Rollins. 

892 Mehitable .Vnn,' b. Aug. 3, 1S36; m. Jan. 29, 1863, Jacob Francis, son of 
Jacob and I3eborah (Lytord) IJamford. He was born Feb. 11, 1835, and 
is a farmer at East Tilton, N. H. Children: (i) Mary Jane, b. Feb. 12, 
1868; (2) LUlias Moore, b. Aug. 2, 1S70. 



/ 
POSTERITY OF SAMUEL GUILE OF HAVERHILL. 283 

411 

James Bean Gile^ {Samicel^^ Asa,^ Samue/,^ Ephraim^^ Sanrnel'^)^ 
son of Samuel and Eleanor (Bean) Gile, born at Nottingham, N. H., 
June 30, 1800, married Sarah Goodhue. He was a farmer at Stowe, 
Me., and died there Sept. 28, 1872.  

Children ; 

893 Mary,T m. Clark Chamberlain; resides at El Moro, Col. 

894 Jane,'^ m. John Bell; resides at Providence, R. I. 

895 Joseph,'' died unmarried. 

896 Lydia,'' m. Daniel Amsden. 

897 John,' is a meat dealer at North Conway, N. H. 

898 James,^ is a farmer at Stow, Me. 

899 Clara,' m. John F. Ham, formerly a detective, and now in the employ of R. 

H. White & Co. at Boston. 

900 Ellen,' m. Elbridge Bartlett. 

goi Susan Maria,' b. at Stow, Me., April 13, 1843, d. at Hyde Park, Mass., 
Aug. 19, 187S; m. April 12, 1S63, William Ames, of Easton, Mass. 

902 Addie,' m. Oscar Bemis. 

903 Charles Wilman,7 b. April 11, 1850; m. Lizzie Dixon. He is a machinist 

at Milford, Mass. Child : (904) Beatrice? b. Sept. 13, 1875. 
905 Sarah Elizabeth,' b. at Effingham, Jan. 3, 1833; m. at Boston, March 12, 
1854, Franklin, son of Parmenas and Mehitable (Packard) Ames. He 
was born at Easton, Mass., Oct. 11, 1830, is a brass moulder, and a mem- 
ber of the M. E. church at Yonkers, N, Y. Children: (i) Elizabeth 
Frances, b. at Easton, Dec. 11, 1854; m. Merrill E. Johnson, b. at Ash- 
ford, Conn., Feb. 7, 1846, is foreman of a machine shop at Providence, 
R. I.; (2) Elwood Frati/clin, b. Aug. 16, 1858; m. Charlotte M. Smith, 
and is a clerk with the American Screw Co. at Providence ; (3) Edith May, 
b. Feb. 26, 1850, d. at Providence, Nov. 14, 1875; (4) Ered Gerry, born 
July 25, 1870, d. at Providence, Sept. 22, 1881. 



418 

Enoch Eaton Gile® ( yo/iti K.,^ Sanaiel,* Smmiel^ Ephrahn^^ Sam- 
ue!^)^ son of John K. and Lucy (Eaton) Gile, born at Haverhill, Mass., 
June 14, 1794, married at Philadelphia, Pa., Oct. 19, 1833, Priscilla 
Barber, who was born in Chester Co., Pa., March 18, 18 15. During 
the war of 1812, he was an orderly sergeant in Capt. Stone's company 
from Haverhill. He moved to Philadelphia and engaged in civil en- 
gineering, and died there May 13, 1857. 

Children born in Philadelphia: 

906 Mary Agnes,'' b. Aug. 3, 1S34; m. Charles Cassidy of Philadelphia, and 

now resides at Des Moines, la. Children: (i) Mary, b. at Philadelphia, 
Aug. 27, 1852; (2) Charles, b. at Fairfield, la., June 27, 1S58; (3) Fanny, 
b. l3es Moines, Dec. 10, i860; (4) Stella, b. Aug. 7, 1S64; (1;) Josephine, 
b. Dec. 7, 1867; (6) Belle, b. May 20, 1870; (7) Augustine, b. August 19, 
1874. 

907 John,' b. Nov. 9, 1835, d ; m. Maria Becker; child, (908) Clara, ^ d. 

909 Martha Geroline.' b. Feb. 17, 1837; m. ist, Francis Hoy of Philadelphia; 

m. 2d, James Shane of New York City. Children: (i) Francis Henry 
(Hoy); (2) Madaline (Hoy). 

910 Harriet,' b. Nov. 27, 1839, d. ; m. Albert Bowen of Philadelphia. 



284 GUILE GENEALOGY. 

on Augustine Charlesjb. Aug. 22. 1841; m. Mary Schreiner. He enlisted 

^ in Co. C, 6Sth Regt. Penn. Vols, and served three years Mr, .^^ '^ '« 

now a contractor and house painter at Cape May City, N. J. Children : 

(912) Robert,^ b. July 2S, 1S70; d. April 29, 1S76. 

(913) Mary,^ b. Dec. 12. 1S72. 

(914) Carrie,*h. June 16, 1875. 

0,6 '?.l^Lfe^t"oct''r.'iS43fm. Thomas Fahy, who is a lawyer at Philadel- 
9,6 I^l^a^^^^,;^/,^!^^,,^ •(,) ffar.aret, b. Dec. 9, '859; (2) ^^^-Z 7''«^- ^ ^ay 

22, 1S61 ; (3) Catherine, b. April 7, 1S63; (4) Margaret Ulia, b. Mar. iS, 

1865; (5) Thomas, b. Sept. 15, 1866. 
017 Ann." b. Nov. 7, 1845; d. April 17, 1S46, 

Q 8 An/' b. Mar. 7 18^9 m. ist, Thomas Champion Clark, who died a Oak- 

^ huul Cal., Dec. i6.'.879; m. 2d, May 6, 1883, J O. Hrandon. Children: 

) Pr.aha Helm (Clark), b. July 25, 1869. d. Feb 7 •870; (2) Hay 

Jard L. (Clark), b. Feb. 27. 1871; (3) Grade W. (Clark), b. June 22, 

1876; (4) Sarah (Brandon), b. May 29, 1886 
QiQ Aenes 7 b May 29, 1851 ; m. at Philadelphia, Aug. 21, 1S71, Anthony Cam- 
^'^ Ionian: Chlld^^n : (i /-- ^., b. July 29 1872 ; (^)/--.^- Jf"' ^'^ ^e^; 

,2. 1874; (3) Anastasia, b. June n, 1875; (4) Marstella b. Oct 15, 1876, 

(0 Mary,h.Avn\ 15, 1S78; (6) >..//;, b. June 17, 1880; (7) Fraucis, b. 

Aii<r c, 18S2: (8) Philip, b. July 15, 1884. r r- • 

Q20 lone? b Feb 1=;, 1854; m. ist, George M. McHenry, M.D , of Carmi 
920 I"^^^ b- i;et^- 5j 54,^^^.^^^, ^^^^ ^^ pj^.,^^^^ Children: (i) 

Palrl (McHenry). b. June 16. 1875; (2) Ruby (McHenry), b. August 15, 
1877; (3) Etnma Mabel (Schiedt), b. Dec. 20, 1876. 

430 

Tesse Gile« (yesse,'- Samuel,' Samiie^ Ephraim^ Sam tteP), son of 
Tesse and Mary (MarviUe) Gile, born at Raymond, N. H., Mar. 3, 
1812 ; married Eliza Towle. He was a farmer at Raymond, and 
died there Jan. 10, 1883. 

Children born at Raymond : 
021 Martin Van Buren,' b. Nov. 17. 1835;,.^ Nov 10, 1S66, Sarah Page 
^ d.uuhter of John and Fanny (Page) Kimball, of Kingston, N. H. She 

wa born at Raymond. luly 23. 184.. He is a farmer, and a member of 
tTieFree Baptist church at Raymond. Child: (922). Fa »n,e Lulu,^ b. 

027 Nancv BadgerJ b. Mar. 12, 183S; m. John Wallace of Raymond. 

^2^ ElS Towle,' b. April, 1839; m. Sarah H. Batchelder. He is a farmer at 

925 MelSnaTb: Nov., 1S41 ; m. ist. Henry O. Towle; 2d, Plumer Small of 

9.6 Gilman'E.J b. Mar. ,4. iS43;>^- Nov. .868, Marilla Frances Kimball. 

.927 L>"^' ji^^n: ^T:%^^ -. Benjamin Kimball Webster, of East 

938 Samud J b!' Mar. 1846; m. Nellie Towle. He is a farmer at Candia, N. H.. 

Lo Erastus Hridgman.' b. Oct., 1849. resides at Greenville ff^- 

t-xo Mary Ellen.1 b. ; m. Charles Hayes, and resides at Haverhill, Mass. 

+931 Jesse Ellsworth,' b. Mar. 10, 1852; m. Sarah A. Bruce. 



431 



Thomas Wood Gii.e" {David,^ Samuel,'^ SamuclJ Ephratm, 
"^amucl^^ son of David and Mary (Wood) Gile, born Mar. 28, 1801, 
ma7r^d Jui^i™ Sargent, daughter of Ezekiel Sargent of West 



POSTERITY OF SAMUEL GUILE OF HAVERHILL. 285 

Amesbury, Mass. He was a clergyman of the Methodist Episcopal 
church, and died at Lunenburg, Mass., Oct. 7, 1847. His widow 
resides at Merrimacport. 

Children : 

932 Thomas Wood,T b. Groveland Mar. 2, 1826; m. Nov. 9, 1S74, Sarah Eliza- 

beth, daughter of Samuel and Alice (Gile) Thompson. She was born at 
Haverhill, P'eb. 20, 1839. He was a school teacher for many years, is 
now a farmer and deacon of the Advent church at Haverhill. 

933 Andrew Jackson,'' b. Sept. 22, 1828. He enlisted Aug. 6, 1862, in Co. G, 

35th Mass. Vols., and was killed at Antietam, Sept., 1862. 

934 Wilbur Fisk,^ b. Bradford, Jan. 4, 1832; m. ist Sarah Kate, daughter of 

Samuel and Betsey (Plummer) Poor ; m. 2d, June 20. 1855, Sarah Frank, 
daughter of Joseph and Eliza S. (Wilson) Norris. He commenced 
teaching school at the age of 17, and continued about ten years. Read 
law with Judge Benson, and was admitted to the bar in 1869. He has 
been a justice of the peace, 28 years, a notary public 21 years, and for 
ten years, special judge of the Lawrence, Mass., police court, which 
position he now holds. He has been president of the city common 
council, chairman of the school committee, member of the board of 
trustees, and superintendent of the Sunday-school of the Unitarian church. 

935 Judith Mehitable,'? b. ; m. Nov. 26, 1861, Charles Everett Rowell. 

He is a merchant and postmaster at Merrimacport, Mass. Children : 
(l) Wilkir Everett, b. Aug. 28, 1862. (2) Laura Gile, b. June 9, 1866. 
(3) Mary Francis, b. Oct. 4, 1870. (4) Edith Jane^h. Aug. 24, 1875. 
(5) Judith Sargent, b. May 11, 1S80. 

936 John Sargent,' b. at Belchertown, Mass., Feb, 26, 1842; m. Franchette E., 

daughter of Ebenezer B., and Mary A. Currier of Lawrence. He read 
lav/ with his brother, and was associated with him thirteen years, and is 
now in practice at Lawrence, He has no children. 

442 

George Gile' {John^^ John*' Samuel,^ Epkraim,^ Samuel^), son of 
John and Catherine (Tuttle) Gile, born at Lee, N. H,, 1794, married 
Clarissa Durgin, He was a farmer at Durham, N, H., and died 
there Nov. 4, 1828. 

Children : 

+937 Erastus.'b. Jan. 29, 1818; m. Amanda G. Manning. 

938 Sylvester,' died young. 

939 Mary,' died young. 

•4-940 John Stevens,' b. Aug, 25, 1825; m. Harriet B, Chandler. 

449 

Joseph Gile" {William A^.,^ John,'' Sainuel,^ Ephraim,'' Samud\ 
son of William N. and Amy (Philbrick) Gile, born at Mt. Vernon, 
Me., May 20, 1802, married March 19, 1829, Sarah Porter, daugh- 
ter of Isaac and Sarah B. (Hall) Porter of Mt. Vernon, She was 
born Dec, 14, 1803, and died Feb. 6, 1874. He died April 29, 1878. 

Children born at Mt. Vernon : 

-(-941 Isaac Porter,' b. May 28, 1830; m, ist, Harriet Allen; m. 2d, Rosalie 
Walling, 



286 GUILE GENEALOGY. 

942 Edwin Tuttle,' b. June 8, 1S33 ; m. at San Francisco, Dec. 31, 1S6S, Sarah 
Klizabeth, daughter of AUiion K. and Sarah Smith (Thomas) Perry. 
She was born at Lowell, Mass., Jan. 2. 184.S. He went to California in 
1853 and engaged in mining and cattle raising, was a merchant at San 
Francisco for a while, is now a capitalist and resides at Auburn, Maine. 
Child : (943) Flora,^ b. April 8. 1S72. 
-f-944 Albion Francis,' b. Mar. 28, 1835; m. Arabell Palmer. 

945 Charles Kelley," b. April 13, 1837; m. Elizabeth Plaisted. He is a hotel 

proprietor at Jefferson, N. H. 

946 Caroline Augusta, 7 b. Nov. 17, 1839; m. Seth M. Johnson of Whitefield, 

N. H., has one daughter, now called Minnie 15. Gile, and lives at Auburn. 



465 

Mark Gile* {William JV.,^ y^o/in,* Samuel,^ Ephraim^ Samucl^)^ 
son of William N. and Amy (Philbrick) Gile, born at Mt. Vernon, 
Me., Aug. 13, 1809, married June 21, 1835, Emeline H. Kobinson. 

Children born at Mt. Vernon : 

947 Lewellyn F.,' b. April 26. 1836; m. June, 1863, Rose Palmer of Fayette, 
Me. He is a farmer at Fayette. Children : 
(94S) Asa E.,^ b. 1870, d. 1885. 
(949) Sherman Z.,** b. August, 1881. 

950 Emma A.,' b. April 7, 1838; unmarried. Is matron in a public institute at 

Howard, R. I. 

951 La Forrest,' b. Feb. i, 1840; m. April 9, 1869, Margaret Lynch. He is 

an owner of a silver mine in Virginia City, Nevada. 



466 

Asa Gile' {William N.,^ jFohn,'^ Samuel^ Ep/iraim^ Samucl^), son 
of William N. and Amy (Philbrick) Gile, born at Mt. Vernon, Me., 
Oct. 20, 1811, married Ursula J. Smith, daughter of Captain John 
Smith of Readfield, Me. Mr. Gile read law with Hon. Lot M. Mor- 
rill, and was admitted to the bar in 1843. He was the Democratic 
candidate in his district for Congress, but was defeated by Anson P. 
Morrill; was proprietor of the hotel at Readfield, where he still 
resides. 

Children : 

952 John S.,^ b. Jan. 10, 1846; d. Feb. 6. 1S46. 

953 George F.,' b. July 4, 1847; ^n- ^^^ Stearns. He is a lawyer. Children : 

(954) I\faii!;e A.,^ b. Nov. 23, 1874; d. April 4, 1878. 

(955) Hurolci S.,^ b. Jan 22. 1S81. 

956 Asa F.,' b. Mar. 3, 1853; d Aug. 3, 1S66. 

957 Edward H.,' b. June 12, 1855; m. Fannie Cudworth. He resides at Read- 

field, Me. Children : 

(958) IViilUr C.,8 b. Jan. 8, 1875. 

(959) Jessie N.,^ b. Oct. 15, 1876. 

(960) Blanche V.,^ b. Oct. 24, i88i. 



POSTERITY OF SAMUEL GUILE OP HAVERHILL. 287 

479 

Joseph GiLE" {Mark!^ John,^ Samuel^ Ephrahn,^ Sainud'^'), son of 
Mark and Sarah (McCrillis) Gile, born at Nottingham, N. H., June 
21, 1815, married Aug. 24, 1843, Rebecca McDaniel, daughter of 
John and Sarah (Chapman) McDaniel, of Barrington, N. H. She was 
born Nov. 16, 1816. He was a school teacher, farmer, and member of 
the Baptist church, held several town offices, and died March 22, 1858. 
His widow resides at Epping. 

Children born at Nottingham : 

961 Mark,'' b. Aug. 11. 1844. is a carpenter and farmer at Epping. 

962 Annie Elizabeth,' b. Sept. 28, 1847, unmarried. 



480 

Jacob Gile' {Mark^^ yohn,'^ Samuel^ Ephraim^ Samiiel'^^, son of 
Mark and Sarah (McCrillis) Gile, born at Nottingham, N. H., Aug. 
17, 1817, married Catherine E. Sherburne of Northwood, N. H. 
Mr. Gile is a prosperous farmer, and member of the Baptist church 
at Northwood. 

Children : 

963 Henry A., 7 b. Mar. 31, 1849; m. Dec. 11, 1878, Mary A. Wiggin of Epping. 
He is a farmer at Northwood. Children : 

(964) Harry W.^ b. April 27, 1879, 

(965) Herbert N.? b. April 22, 1880. 

966 Clara A.,' b. Aug. 11, 1851. 

967 Joseph Edward,' b. April 11, 1864. 



484 

Brainerd Gile® {Timothy^ Amos* Samuel* Ephraim^ Samuel '^)^ 
son of Timothy and Lydia (Gushing) Gile, born at Pembroke, N. H., 
Sept. 6, 1820, married at Brighton, Mass., Nov. 21, 1861, Mary 
Newell Kimball, daughter of John Carlton, and Parmelia ( Hutch- 
inson) Kimball, of Pembroke. She was born Jan. 10, 1835. He has 
been town treasurer, and member of the school committee, and is a 
farmer, and deacon of the Congregational church at Pembroke. 

Children born at Pembroke : 

968 Charles Abram,' b. April 2, 1863, is a farmer at Pembroke. 

969 John Martin,' b. Mar. 8, 1864. He graduated at Dartmouth College in 18S7. 

970 Lottie May,' b. Dec. 3, 1868. 

971 Millie Kimball,' b. Feb. 23, 1873. 

972 Henry Brainerd,' b. Dec. 5, 1874. 



288 GUILE GENEALOGY. 

490 

Daniel Gile" {Daniel^ Amos,^ Samue/,^ Ephraim,^ Samuel'^)^ son 
of Daniel and Mary J. (Shervvell) Gile, born June iS, 182 1, married 
at Exeter, N. H., Nov. 2, 1850, Anxeite A. Card, daughter of Wal- 
ter Card of Exeter. She died Nov. 16, 1878. He is a magnetic 
physician at Chester, N. H. 

Children born at Exeter : 

973 Daniel F.,' b. Feb. 25, 1853; m., Nov. 16, 1878, Eliza, daughter of John 
West of Chester. He is a fanner at Chester. Children: 

(974) Mary,^h. Aug, i8, 18S0; d. Aug. 21, 18S0. 

(975) Grace,^ b. Aug. 18, 1881. 

(976) Charte,^ b. Aug. 18, 1881. 

(977) Le Burton F.,» b. April 6, 1S86. 

978 Harriet," b. Aug. 20, 1854; d. Sept. 8, 1854. 



502 

Moses Gile^ {Benjamin^ yames* Samuel^ Ephraitn,'^ Samuel'^) ^ 
son of }3enjamin and Mary (Clement) Gile, born at Haverhill, Mass., 
April 18, 181 7, married first Mary Chase, who died in 1848 ; married 
second, Elizabeth Kelly. He was a farmer at East Haverhill, 
Mass., and died there Nov. 1885. 

Child by Mary Chase : 
+979 George Warren,^ b. Aug. 9, 1S40; m. Mary F. Newhall. 

Children by Elizabeth Kelly : 

9S0 Charles Henry.' He is a farmer at East Haverhill, Mass. 

981 Elizabeth.' 

982 Ellen.' 

9S3 Moses Clement,' m. at Newport, N. H., J ine 29, 1886, Josephine, daughter of 
Dexter Richards. He is an instructor in Phillips Academy, Andover, Mass. 



9S4 Lavina.7 



504 



James Franklin Gile' {Jamcs,^ yames* Sa?;iut-/,'^ Ep/ira/w,^ 
Samuel'^), son of James and Sarah (Bradley) Gile, born at Haverhill, 
Mass., May 15, 1819, married, Sept. 22, 1842, Abbie Sawyer Gale, 
daughter of Jacob and Hannah (Sawyer) Gale. She was born at 
Merrimack, July 23, 1823, and resides at Haverhill. He was a 
farmer and surveyor at Haverhill. He served the town as repre- 
sentative to the Legislature, was a member of the Unitarian church, 
and died May 4, 1879. 

Children : 

+9S5 Frank Henry,^ b. July 11, 1843; m- EUa Collins, 

956 Sarah Frances, ^ b. Jan. 13, 1845. 

957 Jane,' b. Nov. 2S, 1S47; d. 



POSTERITY OF SAMUEL GUILE OF HAVERHILL. 289 

9S8 Anna JaneJ b. April 15, 1849. 

989 Mary Josephine," b. May 9, 1S55; m., Nov. 22, 1882, William Bass. 

990 James ArtliurJ b. Dec. 25, 1859; m., Aug. 22, 1884, Ella J. Lawrence, of 

East Kingston, N. H. 

991 Nellie Ellsworth," b. Oct, 29, 1861. 



506 

Richard Gile^ {Reuben^ yoshua,* Ebenezer* Ephraim^ Safnuel'^), 
son of Reuben and Sarah (Follinsbee) Gile, born at Grafton, N. H., 
married first, Mehitable Blake, of Kensington ; married second, 
Relief Straw. He was a farmer at Charlestown, Vt. 

Children : 

992 Sally.T 

-}-993 James,'' b. June 5, 1822; m. Charity Smith. 

994 Mary,' b. Hyde Park, Vt.; m. Presby Hopkins. 

995 Stephen,' m. Persis Loveland. He formerly kept a hotel at Brushton, N. 

v., and is now a retired farmer. His son (996) Hiram P.,^ m. Addie L. 
Austin, and lives at Navajo, Arizona; they had (997) a daughter? who mar- 
ried George W. Harris, and resides at Brushton, N. Y. ; also a son (998) 
Satn A.?h. Malone, N. Y., Feb. 11, 1868, and is discount clerk for the 
Fiist National Bank at Minneapolis, Minn. 
4-999 Jonathan Elliot,' b. Dec. 23, 1825; m. Samantha Royce. 
1000 Richard N.,' b. at Charlestown, Vt. ; m. Hannah Drown. He is a farmer 
at Brushton, N. Y. (P. O. St. Regis Falls); child : (looi) JeHnie M.'} b. 
1858. 

1002 Lydia,' m. Leander Peck. 

1003 Susan.' 

1004 Andrew.' 



508 

Stephen Eastman Gile^ {Reichen^ jfoshua^ Ebenezer^ Ephraitn^ 
Satnuel'^)^ son of Reuben and Sarah (Follinsbee) Gile, born at Canaan, 
N. H., in 1797, married Lydia Ordway Straw, who died June 25, 1869. 
He was a farmer at Lebanon, N. H. He moved to Morristown, Vt., 
in 1827, and died there March 19, 1869. 

Children : 

1005 Abigail,' m. John Cross, of Morristown, Vt. 

1006 Slade,' m. Melinda Wood, and resides at Morristown, Vt. 

1007 Martha,' m. Moses Wood, and resides at Walcott, Vt. 

1008 John,'' d. at Morristown; m. Lavinia Baker. 

1009 Albert,' died in the army; m. Almira Wilkins, who resides at Morrisville. 

1010 Stephen,' b. Aug. 3, 1S27; m. at Thetford, Vt., May 18, 1852, Eliza Jane, 

daughter of Luther and Fanny (Smith) Lamb. She was born at West 
Fairlee, Vt., Jan. 10, 1832. He is a farmer at Stowe, Vt. Children : 
(loii) Ellen Gertrude^ b. Feb. 19, 1S54; m., Marchi 18, 18S4, Louis 

Wakefield, a farmer at Morristown. 
(1012) Emma Jane,^ h. Oct. 20, 1S56; m., Nov. 13, 1884, Harrison Gregg, 
a farmer at Johnson, Vt. 

1013 Jane,' m. William Thomas, of Morrisville. 

1014 Eli Ballou,' b. Dec- 11, 1841 ; m., April 29, 1S65, Mary Celeste, daughter 

of Irvin Galusha and Nancy L. (Pike) Gates. She was born April 7, 
1843. H^ 's a farmer and stationary engineer at Morristown, Vt. 



290 GUILE GENEALOGY. 



509 



Jacob Gile« {Rcubrn,^ yos/iua* Ehenezcr^ Ep/u-aim* Samuel'^), son 
of Reuben and Sarali (Follinsbee) Gile, born at Canaan, N. H., Dec. 
29, iSoS, married at Waterbury, Vt., Oct. 22, 1S38, Roxillana Kxapp, 
daughter of Francis and Rebecca (Eaton) Knapp. She was born at 
Stowe, Vt., July 18, 181 4. He is a retired farmer at Waterbury, Vt. 

Children born at Stowe, Vt. : 

1015 ElizaJ b. Sept. 13, 1S40; d. Aug. 19, 1S45. 

lOiD Sar.ih Jane/ b. Oct. i, iS4[ ; m. Amos Robinson, who is a farmer at Wa- 
terbury, Vt. (P. O., Stowe.) Children : (i) Elmer Ellsworth, b. Aug. 2, 
1859; (2) Ed'vin George, b. Feb. i6, 1S61, m. Effie Harlow, and resides 
at Stowe; (3) Ernest Albert, b. May 7, 1867; (4) Dana Tyler, d. Dec, 
1884 ; (5) Delia Maria, b. Nov.. 1S73; (6) Alma Eliza, b. 1S76, d. 1877 ; 
(7) JuUin Jiuloe, b. Nov. 10, 187S. 
-)-ioi7 George Washington,'' b. Sept. 22, 1846; m. Inda C. Hazeltine. 
-j-1018 Liscomb,' I5. Aug. 23, 1850; m. Emogene Jewett. 

1019 Alma Eliza," b, Nov. 19, 1S55; m. at Montjjelier, Vt., Nov. 10, 1S74, Isaac 
Jewett Prescott, who is a farmer at Waterbury. Child: (i) Myron Lewis, 
b. Aug. 28, 1878. 

511 

Aaron Gile^ {yohn,^ Noah^^ Ebcnezer^ Ephraim^ Samuel^), son of 
John and Lydia (Clements) Gile, born at Bethlehem, N. H., Feb. 19, 
1803, married at Dalton, N. H., Persis Rix. He died in Lyon Co., 
Kan., April 24, 1863, and is buried at Topeka. 

Children born at Littleton : 

+1020 George W.,^ b. Jan. 25, 1830; m. Emtna V. Shuster. 
1020a Malvina.^ 

521 

John Hall Gile' {Nathaniel^ uVoah,* Ebcnczcr^ Ephraivi^ Sam- 
uel'^), son of Nathaniel and Lydia (Hall) Gile, born at Enfield, N. 
H., Nov. 15, 1803, married first, ALarch 16, 1S31, Susan Scribner, 
who was born at Littleton, N. H., Jan. 12, 1807, and died at East 
Hardwick, Vt., Jan. 7, 1855 ! niarried second, Oct. 14, 1S56, Ange- 
lina W. Burns, who died July 5, 1862 ; married third, April 30, 
1863, Huldah S. Boardman. He was a farmer at Conway, N. H., 
and Burke, Vt., and died at Goffstown, N. H., Dec. 25, 1880. 

Children : 

1021 Reuben,'' b, at Conway, Jan. 22, 1S32; d. March 30, 1S60. 

1022 Almira C.,'' b. July 26, 1833; '"^ '*''' Nov. 3, 1851, Charles S. Weather- 

bee; 2d, Aug. 23, i860, Calvin C. Davis; resides at Hardwick. Vt. 

1023 Elizabeth Ilowe," b. June 6, 1835; m., Nov. 30, 1856, Arthur Pierce, who 

died in the army. 

1024 Persis," b. Nov. 23, 1836; m., Dec. 18, 1855, Judson C. Lovejoy. 

1025 Susan,' b. April 15, 1S39; d. June 11, 1842. 

1026 Martha, 7 b. Jan 27, 1841 ; d. June 28, 1S42. 

1027 Ellen,' b. Dec. 17, 1S42 ; d. Aug. 19, 1871 ; m. ist, July 4, 1862, Henry 

Mason; 2d, Jesse W. Terrell. 

1028 Susan M.,' b. Jan. 26, 1845; d. Sept. 7, 1852. 



POSTERITY OF SAMUEL GUILE OF HAVERHILL. 291 

1029 Samuel.T b. March 24, 1847; m., July 10, 1S69, Lucretia Marilla, daughter 
of Chase and Lucretia (Clapp) Ward, b. at Hardwick, Vt., Jan. 15, 
1849. He served two years in the army, worked on the railroad sixteen 
years; is now settled on a farm, which he owns, at East Hardwick, Vt. 
Children: 

(1030) Myriie Viola,^ b. July 24, 1870; d. Jan. 12, 187 1. . 

(1031) Mabel Almira,^h. Oct. 10, 1874. 

1032 John Wesley,' b. at Burke, Vt., May 7, 1849; d. Dec. 6, 1879; m., Aug. 

16. 187 1, Viola M. Foss. 

1033 Charles S.,' b. Dec. 21, 1850. 



525 

Noah Gile® {Nathaniel,^ Noah,* Ebcnezer^ Ephraim,^ Samuel '^)^ 
son of Nathaniel and Lydia (Hall) Gile, born at Bethlehem, N. H., 
April 26, 1810, married first, March 30, 1836, Elizabeth Farr, 
daughter of Noah and Lydia (Cobleigh) Farr, of Littleton, N. H., 
born Sept. 19, 18 16, died Newark, Vt., Jan. 3, 1847 j married second, 
Abigail Bundy, of Burke, Vt. She died Oct. 6, 1873. He was a 
farmer at Newark, Vt., deacon of the Congregational church at Burke, 
died at Newark, Sept. 27, 1852. 

Children : 

1034 Martha Deborah,? b, at Littleton, March 24, 1838; m., March 29, 1862, 

Franklin Walker; resides at Littleton. Children: (i) George Edwin, 
a student at Dartmouth College. 

1035 Dennis,' b. Dec. 19, 1S39; d. April 7, 1859. 

1036 Noah Farr,' b. at Newark, July 11, 1842; m., Jan. 29, 1870, Nellie H., 

daughter of Oglander and Mary A. (Walter) Smith, of E. Burke, b. at 
Newark, Nov. 13, 1S49. M''- Gile is a farmer, and member of the Con- 
gregational church at St. Johnsbury, Vt. Child: 
(1037) Lizzie Martha,^ b. at Newark, Aug. 16, 1875. 

1038 Lizzie,^ b. Dec. 23, 1844; d. at St. Johnsbury, April i6, 1880. 

1039 William,'' b. Dec. 28, 1S46; d. Jan. 20, 1847. 



528 

Nelson Giles^ {Timothy,'^ Noah^* Ehenezer^ EpJn-aim? Samuel'^^^ 
son of Timothy and Dolly (Stevens) Gile, born at Bethlehem, N. H., 
Dec. 28,' 18 1 5, married at Danbury, N. H., May 18, 1840, Cyrena 
DuSTiN Dean, daughter of Elhanan W. and Lydia (Dustin) Dean. 
She was born at Danbury, Dec. 7, 18 17. He was a farmer at Lit- 
tleton, N. H., and served the town as selectman in 1848 and 187 1 ; 
moved to Nevada City, Cal., and in 188 1 was one of the fathers and 
founders of the Congregational church of that place. Mr, Giles is 
now a capitalist at Topeka, Kansas. 

Children : 

1040 Isabella,^ b. at Littleton, Oct. 7, 1843; ^- Feb. 16, 1851. 

1041 Cyrena Doily,' b. June 6, 1847; m. March 24, 1S73, Albert Parker, and 

resides at Topeka, Kansas. Child: (i) Albert Giles, b. Jan. lo, 1885. 

1042 Elhanan Dean,' b. July 16, 1852; m. at Topeka, May 2, 1877, t^lara S. 

Rogers, and resides at Topeka. Children : 



292 GUILE GENEALOGY. 

I 

(1043) Ge>in<a Christine^ b. Nov. i, 1883. 
(1044 1 Dfan Koi^'c-rs!^ h. Sept. 17, 18S6. 
1045 Nelson,' b. at Otto, Pa., Mar. 9. 1856; m. at National City, Cal., June 28, 
1882, Lulu Idell Brown, and resides at Topeka. 



529 

George Gile" {Timothy,^ iVoah* Ebenezer^ Ephrahn,'^ Saviiid^), son 
of Timothy and Dolly (Stevens) Gile, born at Wentworth, N. H., 
Sept. 27, 1824, married at Lyndon, Vermont, Dec. 21, 1850, Rozilla 
Janett R.\NDALL, daughter of Daniel and Ruth (Burleigh) Randall 
of Lyndon. She was born March 8, 183 1. He was a farmer at Lit- 
tleton, N. H., served the town as selectman, chairman of the school 
committee and surveyor of highways. Mr. Gile was a captain in the 
militia. He moved to Glover, Vt., but returned to Littleton; is a 
member and trustee of the M. E. church. 

Child : 

1046 Ray Timothv,'^ b. May 27, 1S52; m. Oct. 23, 1879, Hattie E. Titus. He 
graduated'from the Chandler Scientific Department of Dartmouth Col- 
lege in 1877, and from the Thayer School of Civil Kngineermg in 
1S79. He is now a civil engineer, surveyor and a member of the Metho- 
dist church at Littleton. 



I 



537 



Nelson Gile' {^Thomas^ Johnsoji,^ Ebenezer^ Ephraim^ Samuel'^)^ 
son of Thomas and Nancy (Eastman) Gile, born at Enfield, N. H., 
Jan. 14, 1806, married first, Sarah Eastman, of Grafton, N. _H. ; 
married second, Abigail Prescott, daughter of Reuben and Abigail 
(Follettj Prescott. He is a retired farmer at Lebanon, N. H. 

Children : 

1047 Ira,'' b. Nov. 30, 1829; d. 

1048 Lucinda,'' b. July 17, 1831. 

1049 ■''arah Ann,'' b. Oct. 24, 1832; d. 

1050 Hannah,'' b. Jan. i, 1834; d. 

+ 1051 John E.,'' b. July 10, 1S35; m. Louise II. George. 

1052 Nelson,'' b. May i, 1837, is a farmer at Lebanon. 

1053 Martha,' b. Feb. 5, 1839; d. 

1054 Sarah P.,' b. April 6, 1S43. 

1055 Sophia,' b. Dec. 5, 1845; d. 

545 

Constant Gile« {Samuel^ yohnsofi* Ebenezer^ Ephraim,^ Sa?ni/cl'^), 
son of Samuel and Polly (Green) Gile, born at Enfield, N. H., June 
8, 1810, married, Feb. 15, 1838, Sarah Jane Prescott, daughter of 
Reuben and Abigail (Follett) Prescott. She was born at Epping, N. 
H., June 29, 1818. He is a farmer at East Lebanon, N. H. 



POSTERITY OF SAMUEL GUILE OP HAVERHILL. 293 

Children born at Grafton, N. H. : 

1056 Orra Howard J b. Feb. 1 5, 1839, was a school teacher, and died July 22, 1866. 

1057 Annie MariaJ b. Oct. 15, 1840; m., Feb. 24, 1859, Melvin Kiltnn, of 

Canaan, and resides at Manchester. N. H. Children: (i) Nellie Louise, 
b. Dec. 31, 1861; m., at Lowell, Mass., May 31, 1S83, L. T. Barnard; 
resides at Manchester. (2) Orra Gile, b. April 10, 1863. 

1058 Perley M.,' b. Feb, 12, 1848. 

1059 Jennie E.,^ b. Aug. 2, 1852; m., Jan. i, 1879, Osgood T. Purmort, and 

resides at Lebanon, N. H. Child: (i) Hazel Marion, b. April 16, 1883. 



553 

Aaron Gile*^ {Daniel^ Johnson^* Ebenezer^ Ephraim!^ Samuel'^), 
son of Daniel and Lydia (Hawkes) Gile, born at Enfield, N. H., May 
15, 1812, married Malvina Gage, daughter of Benjamin and Susanna 
(Johnson) Gage. She was born at Enfield, Nov. 30, 1815. He was 
a farmer at West Hartford, Vt., until 1880, then moved to Lebanon, 
N. H. 

Children born at West Hartford : 

1060 William Henry ,^ b. Nov. 28, 1840; m., at Uxbridge, Mass., Jan. 30, 1877, 

Jennie Dunlap, daughter of Jeremiah D. and Mary M. (Rowley) 

Lamed. .She was born at Northampton, Mass., April 2, 1857. He is 

a farmer, and member of the M. E. church at West Hartford, Vt. Child : 

(1061) William Richardson,^ h. Oct. 4, 1878. 

1062 Rebecca Annie, '^ b. Nov. 10, 1842; d. July 22, 1847. 

1063 Daniel Benjamin,^ b. March 10, 1845, was employed on the Union Pacific 

R. R. He was afterwards a contractor on the Texas International R. 
R., and died at Overton, Texas, Sept. 17, 1872. 

1064 Benjamin," b. Oct. 6, 1847 ; d. Feb. 6, 1848. 

1065 Susan Lydia," b. Dec. 25, 1848; resides at Lebanon, unmarried. 

1066 Annie RebeccaJ b. April 7, 1851; resides at Lebanon, unmarried. 

1067 Ella Melvina," b. May 2, 1854; m., 18S4, Charles B. Stone, of Hartford, 

Vt., and resides at Tracy, Lyon Co., Minn. Children: (i) Emeline; (2) 
Charles Biirbank, 

1068 Aaron Parker,'' b. Jan. 21, 1858, and resides at Worcester, Mass. 

1069 Carrie Hannah^, b. Oct. 14, 1859; m. 1879, Marvin Hoyt Hazen, of West 

Hartford, Vt., and resides at South Royalston. 



554 

Ebenezer Gile^ {Daniel^ yohnsfln,^ Ehcnezer^ Ephraim^ Samuel^)^ 
son of Daniel and Lydia (Hawkes) Gile, born at Enfield, N. H., 
May 10, 1814, married Mar. 16, 1848, Sarah Hazen, daughter of 
Levi and Sarah (Hyde) Hazen. She was born at West Hartford, Vt., 
July 13, 1823. He was a farmer at Enfield, N. H., and died there 
Mar. 15, 1884. 

Children : 

1070 Alice,' b. Oct. 16, 1851, resides at East Canaan, N. H. Unmarried. 

1071 Levi Hazen,' b. April 16, 1855. He is a farmer at Enfield. Unmarried. 



294 GUILE GENEALOGY. 

555 

Daniel Gile« {Daniel,^ Johnso?!^^ Ehenezer* Ephraim^ Samuel'^')^ 
son of Daniel and Lydia (Hawkes) Gile, born at Enfield, N. H., 
June 6, i8i6, married Susan Sophia Dimick, of Marblehead, Mass. 
She was born Nov. 17, 1820. He fitted for college at Kimball Acad- 
emy, IMeriden, N. H., and admitted to Dartmouth College in 1837, 
graduating in 1S41. Taught school at Schuylerville, N. Y., two years, 
then attended medical lectures, at the N. H. Medical School at 
Andover, and the Vt. Medical College at Woodstock. He received 
the degree of doctor of medicine from Dartmouth College in 1845, 
and began practice at Marblehead. He was a member of the North 
Congregational church, the school committee, board of health, and 
several other town offices. In politics he was a republican, and a 
strong anti-slavery man. Devotion to his profession, and too close 
application, was the cause of his death, which occurred June 13, 1872 

Children : 

-I-1072 Daniel Dimick, Md. Sept. 16, 1S54; m. Deliverance Lindsey. 
1073 Mary Susan,'' b. June 5, 1862. 

Sfbcntt) CJcntratioiT. 
594 

Ransom Gile'' {Levi,^ John,^ J^ohji* Samuel^, Jolm^ Satnucl^), son 
of Levi and ( ) Gile, born at Blandford, Mass., married Jane 
Peebles. He was a farmer at Blandford, and died there. 

Children born at Blandford : 

4-1074 Elijah Hcnry,8 b. June 24, 1S12; m. ist, Hannah Keith; 2d, Harriet 
Hotchkiss; 3d. Matilda Bean; 4th, Martha Heberly. 

1075 Thomas,^ died of consumption; unmarried. 

1076 Sally,^ m. Eli Frost, of Tolland, Mass. 

1077 Almira,** m. Elizur Warfield, and has a daughter, Mrs. Isaac Richards, 

living at lilandtord. 

1078 A daughter,^ m. Seymour, and moved West. 

596 

Daniel Gile'' {Rea,'^ John,^ John,^ Samuel,^ John!^ Sat7ind% son 
of Rea and Molly (Hodge) Gile, born at Schoharie, N. Y., Dec. 5, 
1793, married Nancy Burlingame. She died March 28, 1867, aged 
sixty-seven years. He died at Laurens, N. Y., Aug. 8, 1872. 

Children : 

1079 Clarissa.^ resides at Oneonta. 

loSo Eveline.^ 

1081 Maria.s b, March, 1822; d. May 2, 1849. 

1082 \Villiam,8 b. 1823 ; d. Oct. 13, 1S76. 
4-1083 Sylvester,^ b. 1S24; m. Susan Beach. 



POSTERITY OF SAMUEL GUILE OF HAVERHILL. 295 

1084 Lydia Ann,^ resides at Oneonta. 

1085 Juliette,^ resides at Laurens. 

1086 Daniel Romanzo.^ b. iS3i;d. Dec. 26, 1856. 

1087 Lavantiar b. 1S33; d. Aug. 28, 1859; m. Nelson Lane. 
10S8 Adelaine.^ in. Hubert Somes. 

1089 Edwin,** resides at Laurens. 

597 

Andrew Gile"' {Rea^ jfohn^ yohn^^ Samuel^ Jolm^ Sa7nuel'^')^ son 
of Rea and Molly (Hodge) Gile, born at Sharon, N. Y., Sept. 5, 
1795, married Ruth Knott, daughter of Christopher L. and Eliza- 
beth (VVilloughby) Knott. She died Feb. 11, 1868. He was a 
farmer at Oneonta, Otsego Co., N. Y., and died Aug. 26, 1872. 

Children : 

1090 Sarah,^ b. March 15, 1816; m. Van Woort; resides Afton, Che- 

nango Co., N. Y. 

1091 Erastu.s,8 b. Dec. 31, 1817; d. March 4, 1872; m. ist, Matilda Allen; 2d, 

Sarah Ann Blend. Children: (1092) Ruth^ m. Blend; (1093) 

Cortlattd E?\ (1094) Eseck^ A. 1872; (1095) Ettima,^ m. Moffatt. 

1096 Mary,** b. Feb. 6, 1819; d. Oct. 8, 1S38. 

1097 Andrew,^ b. Feb. 4, 1821; d. Feb. 7, 1872; has one son {1098) Elvin.^ 
1099 Christopher L.," b. March 23, 1823; d. Jan. 5, 1824. 

iioo Elvin,^ b. Oct. 13, 1825; resides at Oneonta. 

HOI Permelia,^ b. July 15, 1828; m. Dr. Geo. W. Blend, and resides at One- 
onta. Children : (i) Emma, m. Joel Hann; (2) Phebe Ann, m. Wil- 
liam Edgar Gile; (see) (3)6^. Irving, unm. ; (4) Ruth, b. March 22, 1853; 
d. Sept. 18, 1872. 

1 102 Catherine,^ b. May 26, 1831; d. July 10, 1834. 

1 103 Cortland,^ b. Oct. 13, 1833; m. ist, Jennette Burke; d. 1869; m. 2d, Ada- 

line Rose Briggs; d. 1882. He is a farmer, and member of the Chris- 
tian church at Oneonta. Children: (1104) Lee,^\). 1869; (1105) Carrie 
Laverne? b. 187 1 ; (1106) Malillie,^ b. May 21, 1872; died young. 

1 107 Elmira,* b. Jan. 12, 1835; d. Nov. 8, 1838. 

1 108 Elizabeth May,^ b. March 24, 1S3S; d. May 25, 1854. 

1 109 Edward,^ b. Aug. 13, 1841 ; m., Oct. 12, 1863, Caroline, daughter of David 

and Polly A. (Sullivan) Ceperly, of Oneonta, b. Aug. 13, 1844. He is 

a farmer at Oneonta. Children : 
(mo) Merton E.^ b. April 22. 1S68. 
(nil) Orton D.,^ b. Oct. 15, 1869. 

605 

Eddy Gile'' {Rea,^ John^ ^ohn* Samuel,^ John^ Samuel'^), son of 
Rea and Molly (Hodge) Gile, born Sept. 5, 1805, married Christina 
Hodge, who was born May 8, 1805, died March 4, 1886. He was a 
farmer at Pierpont, Ashtabula Co., Ohio, and died March 4, 1885. 

Children : 

I112 Legrand«(Gile). b. Jan. i, 1835; m., Jan. 22, 1865, Mary Elizabeth, daugh- 
ter of Frederick and Mary (Juby) Rogers, of Rochester, N, Y., b. Dec. 
25, 1814. He is a farmer at Reedsburgh (P. O., Lavalle), Sauk Co., 
Wis. Children born at Lavalle : 

(11 13) Nellie,^ b. Sept. 20, 1874. 

(1 1 14) Gracie^^h. Feb. 6, 1880. 
(UIS) Earl,^ h.Ang. 8, 1886. 



296 GUILE GENEALOGY. 

1116 Deborah,^ m. Smith; resides at Hasting, r)erry Co., Mich. 

1 1 17 Jane," m. Lyman; resides at Milton, Northumberland Co., Pa. 

1 1 18 Ann,** m. Harris; resides at Westfield, Tioga Co., I'a. 

1119 Joseph W.8 (Guiles), b. at Tioga Co., Pa., April 21, 1S45; m.. at Cor- 

neanville, Pa., April 19, 1S66, Klary A., daughter of Aaron and Mary A. 
(Simpkins) Smith, b. at Hubbard, 0.,Oct. ii, 1S47. He served in the 
war of the Rebellion; is now a veterinary surgeon at Pierpont, O. Chil- 
dren born at Munroe, O. : 

(1120) Luella,^h. July 22, 1870. 

(1121) Kosanah Christina,^ h. Sept. 7, 1S75. 

614 

Elliot Gile' {Stephen,'^ John,'' Johii,^ Scmiud,'' yohn,^ Samuel), 
son of Stephen and Lucretia (Elliot) Gile, born at Decatur, N. Y., 
Jan. 27, 1807, married, Feb. 23, 1827, Nancy Butts, daughter of 
James and Thilena (Fisk) Butts, of Cooperstown, N. Y. She was 
born at New Lisbon, April 22, 1809. He was a woodturner at One- 
onta, Otsego Co., N. Y., and died May 17, 1845. 

Children : 

1 122 Nancy Arminda, b. at Cooperstown, April 2, 1S2S; m. Dec. 16, 1846, 

Solomon, son of Beers and Lydia (Hale) Poet, b. at Oneonta, Dec. 21, 
1S16; d. Jan. 7, 1S85. He was a farmer and machinist at Oneonta. 
Children: (i) Frances Louisa, b. Oct. 27, 1S47 ; unmarried. (2) Hiram 
Leslie, b. July 12, 1850; d. Jan. 28, 1851. (3) James Leslie, b. March 
14, 1852; m., Jan. 5, 1875, Mary S., daughter of Adam and Elmira 
(Clark) Siver, of Laurens, N, Y. She was born June 22, 1855. He is 
a farmer at Oneonta; child: (I) George Leslie, b. July 25, 1876. (4) 
George Tho?nas, b. at l^aurens, April 25, 1854; m., July 9, 1884, Hattie 
A., daughter of John J. Siver. She was born at Milford, N. Y., April 
30, 1862. He is a farmer at Oneonta; child: (I) Bertha May, b. April 
30, 1885. (5) Fentiimore Cooper, b. at Oneonta, ^Iarch 29, 1857. 

1 1 23 Stephen James,^ b. Dec. 9, 1833; unmarried. He is a marble worker and 

dealer in monuments and headstones at Oneonta. 

1124 Peter William,* b. at Laurens, Jan. 11, 1836; m., March 10, 1868, Harriet 

Adaline Bishop; d. Aug. 20, 1878. He is a painter and furniture finisher 

at Oneonta; children : 
{1125) Charles? b. Aug. 2, 1S69; d. Dec. 18, 1869. 
(1126) Harriet Lode7iia? b. Aug. 9, 1S71. dl. yoK«^ 

1 1 27 jLodenia,*^ b. at Cooperstown, Feb. 14, 183S; m. Calvin Guitcau Babcock. 
I ^^ — ' He is a farmer and cheese manufacturer at Newport, Herkimer Co., N. 
^^X^'f'^^ Y. Children: (i) Mary C, b. Nov. 15, 1S60; m., Nov. 20, 1881, 

Douglas B. Young, of Newport; child: (1) Mildred A., b. Jan. 9, 1884. 
(2) George Hazard, b. Aug. 23, 1864; m., Dec. 25, 1S83, Mildred H. 
Vincent, of Newport. (3) Calvin Gutteau, b. Aug. 8, 1872. 

1128 Martha Jane,^ b. at Oneonta, Oct. 15, 1841. 

1 129 Elliot," b. Dec. 27, 1844; d. May 7, 1861. 

618 

Harrison Guile' {Samuel^ ^ jfohn^^ Samuel^ yohti^ Sa?nud^), 
son of Samuel and Ruamah (Benedict) Guile, born Feb. 16, 1806, 
married first, Mary Manville, of Watertown, N. Y. ; married second, 
Nov. 22, 1844, Elizabeth J. Farmer, daughter of George and Grace 
(Griffith) Farmer. He moved to Newcomb Co., Mich., in 1845, and 
died Sept. 20, 1878. His widow resides at Clifford, Mich. 



POSTERITY OF SAMUEL GUILE OF HAVERHILL. 297 

Children by Mary Manville, two girls not given : 

-{-1130 Charles Harrison,^ b. June 24, 1839; m. Amelia Bush. 

1 131 Benjamin Franklin,** b. at Brownville, N. Y., enlisted for three years in the 

late war, was taken prisoner, and confined five months at Andersonville. 
He is now a blacksmith and carriage maker at Ortonville, Mich. 

1132 George Washington,** enlisted in the 22d Mich. Regt., and died in the army 

in 1863. 

1 133 James,'* is a blacksmith at Hadley, Lapeer Co., Mich. 

Children by Elizabeth J. Farmer : 

1134 Oren,' b. at Orleans, N. Y., July 11, 1844, served in the 5th Mich. Cav., 

after the war went to Missouri, studied medicine, and married. He then 
went to Colorado, thence to California. 

1135 William Leonard,* b. Jan. 17, 1847; m. Ursula A. Walton. He is a black- 

smith and wagon maker at Ortonville, Mich. {1136) Ethel Birt;^ ("37) 
May Alta? 

1138 Fidelia,** b. 1849; d. 

1139 Zoola Jennette,^ b. April 12, 1852; m. James Lane. 

1 140 Milo A.,** b. April 13, 1857, is a carriage maker at Oakland, Mich. 

1 141 Myron R.,^ b. April 13, 1857, is a farmer at Oakland, Mich. 

1142 Mariam Rascilia,^ b. April 21, 1S61 ; m George N. Houghtaling, a black- 

smith and carriage maker at Clifford, Mich. 

622 

Joseph Guiles^ (EHsha,^ Ahel^ John,'^ Samuel^ John,^ Samuel^) ^ 
son of Elisha and Diana (Diamond) Guile, born at Stephentown, N. 
Y., married, Feb. 11, 1835, Ann Bennett Olmstead, daughter of 
Seth and Polly B. (St. John) Olmstead, of Ridgefield, Conn. She 
was born at Wilton, Conn., April, 1818 ; resides at Philadelphia. He 
was a comb manufacturer at Redding, Conn., and died in 1874. 

Children : 

1143 Cornelia Silkman,^ b. at Salem, N. Y., Dec. 14, 1836; m. ist, June 14, 

1856, Parker; m. 2d, Apr. 21, 1887, Adair ; resides at Philadelphia. 

1144 Lafayette Washington,8 b. at Newtown, Conn., July 24, 1839; d. at Bridge- 

port, 18S0. 

1 145 Lewis Henry,* b. Aug. 5, 1841. 

1 146 Mary Elizabeth, 8 b. at Redding, Nov. 30, 1843; !"• Harris. 

1147 Caroline Amelia, 8 b. March i, 1846; m. ist, April 22, 1865, Merrill; 

2d, June 8, 1887, White; resides at Philadelphia. 

1 148 William Lester, ^ b. at Norwalk, Conn., March 27, 1850; d. 1853. 

1 149 Richard Thomas,* b. March 23, 1852. 

624 

Orry Guiles'' {E/isha,^ Ahel^ ^ohft* Samuel^ John,'^ Samuel'^), son 
of Elisha and Diana (Diamond) Guile, born at Nassau, N. Y., Aug. 
13, 1816, married at Newtown, Conn., May 29, 1841, Polly Downs, 
daughter of Abel and Hannah (Whitney) Downs. She was born at 
Weston, Conn., Nov. i, 1812. He was a manufacturer of buttons, 
lived in several towns in Conn., and died at Redding, Jan. 10, 1861. 
His widow resides at Redding Ridge. 

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298 GUILE GENEALOGY. 

Children : 

1 150 John Henry,'' b. Newtown, Conn., Feb. 14, 1842; m. Mar. 29, 1862, Juliet 
Tongue. He svas a soldier in the war of the Rebellion, and now resides 
at Redding Ridge, Conn. Children: 

(1151) IViUiam Heitry^ b. at Newtown, Mar. 14, 1863. 

(1 152) Emma Augusta? b. Mar. 24, 1864. 

1153 George Whitney," b. Sept. 17, 1844; d. at Weston, Conn., .'\ug. 12, 1864. 

1154 Orry ICdgar,*' b. at Redding, July 12, 1846; m. New Salem. X. Y.,I)cc. 6, 

iS64,^Iary Betsey Nichols, and resides at Redding Ridge. Children: 
{1155) trancis Edgar? h.2,\. Danbury, Conn., Oct. 15, 1865. 

(11 56) Charles Henry? b. at Redding, Aug. 24, 1866. 

(1157) Mary Elizabeth ?\i. Aug. 6, 1871. 

1158 Frances Janet,* b. April 8, 184S; d. June 3, 1874 ;m. Dec. 24, 1867, George 

son of Ebenezer and Eunice (F'airweather) Sherman of Weston, Conn. 
Children: (i) Alice Janet, b. at Redding, Oct. 18, 1868. (2) George 
Jf7ii/ney, b. Feb. 10, 1S70. (3) Charles, b. Sept. 4, 1872. 

1 1 59 Emily Catherine,* b. Dec. n, 1850, and resides at Redding Ridge. 

Unmarried. 

625 

Henry Gile" {Elis/ia,^ Abel^^ Jo hn^^ Samuel^ John^^ Samuel'^) ^ son 
of Elisha and Diana ( Diamond) Guile, born at Stephentown, N. Y., 
June 15, 18 19, married at Chatham, Oct. 3, 1843, Elsie Hayes, 
daughter of Harry and Eunice (Bailey) Hayes, of Nassau. He was 
a farmer and speculator at Hoag's Corner, N. Y., and died there in 
June, 1885. 

Children : 

1 160 Alford,* b. Feb. 5, 1845. 

1161 George,* b. May i, 184S; m. Sarah, daughter of Joseph and Sally (Sim- 

mons) Tift. He is a farmer at Hoag's Corners. 

1162 Olive,* b. Mar. 26, 1851 ; m. and has three children. 

1 163 Lewis,* b. April 9, 1853, was a merchant at Hoag's Corners, and died there 

Oct. 25, 1885. 

632 

Joshua Guiles'' ( William^ yoseph^ Abra/iatn* Samuel^ yohn^ Savi- 
uel^), son of William and Phila (Cushman) Guiles, born July 10, 
1815, married at Franklin, N. Y., Eeb. 28, 1845, Sally Ann Pausler, 
daughter of Philip and Mary M. (Jiroeftle) Pausler. She was born at 
Davenport, N. Y., May 10, 18 19. Mr. Guiles is a farmer and mason 
at Sidney Plains, Delaware Co., N. Y., has been trustee of schools, 
postmaster, and a member of the Baptist church over forty years. 

Children born at Franklin, N. Y. 

1164 Agres,* b. Jan. 16, 1846; died young. 

1 165 Charlotte Amelia,* b. Aug. 7, KS49 ; m. Oct. 20, 1877, Charles B. Wllber. 

1166 Alice Matilda, 8 b. Nov. 14, 1853; m. March 11, 1885, Daniel Lawrence 

Northrup, and resides at Sidney Plains. 

1 167 Philip Emery,* b. Sept. 28, 1S55; married and is a truckman at Troy, N.Y. 

1 168 Ralph Emerson,* b. Jan. 24, 1859; m. Feb. 23, 18S4, Carrie Deforrest, 

resides at Unadilla, N. Y. 



POSTERITY OF SAMUEL GUILE OF HAVERHILL. 299 

660 

Enos Guile' {William,^ Benjamin,^ William^^ Benjamin,* John^ 
Samuel^), son of William and Mary (Lattimore) Guile, born at New 
Berlin, N. Y., Aug. 15, 1827, married, 1852, Jane Henry. He is a 
carpenter and millwright at Norwich, N. Y. 

Children : 

1 169 James Lattimore,^ b. at North Norwich, N. Y., Aug. 24, 1853; m. Dec. 
17, 1878, Emma, daughter of Marshall and Susan (Goodrich) Follett, of 
North Norwich, b. at Unadilla, N. Y., Aug. 14, 1857. He is a stationary 
engineer at Oxford, N. Y. Children : 

(1170) Mabel^ b. at Chenango, Sept. 9, 1879. 

(1171) Marshall Enos^-^ b. at Norwich, Aug. 21, 1881. 

(1 172) Ruth Alta,'^ b. at Greene, July 4, 1S83. 

1173 Lydia M.,8 b. at New Berlin, Mar. 13, 1855; m. 1871, John C. Skinner, 

and resides at Norwich. No children. 

1174 Colonel Fremont,^ b. May 18, 1857; d. at King's Settlement, N. Y., June 

17. 1873- 



665 

Benjamin Guile'' {Betijamin,'^ Benjamin,^ WiHiam* Benjamin,^ 
yohn^ Samuel^), son of Benjamin and Keziah (Smith) Guile, born 
at New Berlin, N. Y., July 20, 1825, married at Alaiedon, Mich., Aug. 
31, 1848, Ellen Rathburn, daughter of Samuel L. and Louisa (Rob- 
erts) Rathburn, who was born in Ohio, Jan 15, 183 1. Mr. Guile is a 
farmer at Alaiedon, Ingham County, Mich. (P. O., Okemos.) 

Children : 

1 175 Henry Clinton,^ b. Nov. 27, 1849; married and resides at Alaiedon, 

1 176 Sarah Marie,** b. Sept. 2, 1851 ; m. Felton, and resides at Alaiedon. 

1 177 Allen Edgar,** b. Sept. 16, 1853; married and resides at Alaiedon. 

1178 Charles Sumner,* b. Nov. i, 1857; m. at Lansing, Mich., Dec. 28, 1881 ,. 

Lena, daughter of Charles and Mary (Gallagher) Marzen, born in Liv- 
ingstone Co., N. Y., Dec. 21, i860. He graduated at the Michigan Ag- 
ricultural College in 1879, and from the Law Department, University of 
Michigan in 1882 ; has been Circuit Court commissioner and County 
School examiner. Is now a lawyer at Bellaire, Antrim Co., Mich. 



666 

« 

Jeremiah King Gxjih^'' {Nathan D.^ Benjamin^ William,^ Benjatnin^ 
yoJm^ Samuel^), son of Nathan D. and Charlotte (King) Guile, born 
at Norwich, N. Y., May 4, 18 ig, married, Feb. 17, 1848, Harriet 
Vallett, daughter of William and Amy (Comstock) Vallett, of Bata- 
via. She was born at Williamstown, Mass., June 24, 1822. After the 
death of his father in Michigan, he went back to Batavia, N. Y., where 
he married, and moved to Rochester, and was for several years an 
engineer on the New York Central Railroad. He died Sept 19, 1876. 



300 GUILE GENEALOGY. 

Children : 

1 179 Henry Davis, ^ b. Dec. 9, 1848; m. Feb. 17, 1870, Ruth Teall. He is an 
engineer on the N. Y. C. K. R., and resides at Rochester. Children: 

(1180) JIattie Kiit/i,^ b. May 14, 187 1. 

(1 181) Herbert,^ b. Dec. 26, 1876. 

(1 182) Mary Isabel? b. Nov. 21, 1880. 

1 183 Jeremiah Fish," b. Oct. 5, 1850; d. July 15, 1854. 

1184 George,* b. May 9, 1854; d. Aug. 20, 1855. 

670 

Joseph Guile' {Joab^^ yoseph^ Joseph^^ Joseph^ John^ Samuel'^)^ 
son of Joab and Mary (Horton) Guile, born at West Hoosick, N. Y., 
1797, married Jane Scribner. He lived at Springwater, N. Y,, and 
died February, 1870. 







Children : 


1 185 


Andrew.* 




1 1 86 


Roger.* 




1 187 


Joab.* 




1 188 


Joseph.* 




1 189 


Jane Ann.* 




1 1 90 


Phebe Jane.^ 




1191 


Polly.* 





673 

Roger Guile' {Joah,^ Joseph,^ Joseph," Joseph,'^ John,^ Samuel^), 
son of Joab and Mary (Horton) Guile, born at West Hoosick, N. Y., 
June 30, 1804, married Sept. 18, 1831, Anna M. Cronkhite. Mr. 
Guile is a farmer on the homestead at West Hoosick, N. Y. 

Children born at West Hoosick : 

1192 Emily Jane,* b. Aug. 17, 1834; d. Aug. 13, 1837. 

-j-1193 Joseph,* b. Sept. 3, 1836; m. Orpha Case. , 

4-II94 Abram Lansing,* b. July 16, 183S ; m. Oct. 23, 1867, Minerva Sherman.^- P | DS 

1 195 Mary W.,* b. May 20, 1841, d. Aug. 13, 1861 ; m. Merritt C. Paddock. 

1196 Huldah A.,* b. Mar. 8, 1846; m. Jan. 5, 1S6S, Perry S. Price. He is a 

farmer at West Hoosick. Children: {\) AJdie, {2) Saite, {^) Bur ton , 
(4) Ro coe, (5) Chester. 

1 197 Charles Henry,* b. Dec. 20, 1847; m. July 2, 1S71, Libbie A. Carter. He 

is a farmer on the homestead at West Hoosick; had two sons, one died 
young. 

1 198 George Roger,* b. Oct. i8, 1S50; m. August, 1881, Mary Cooper of Brook- 

lyn, N. Y. He is employed with the Walter A. Wood mowing and 
reaping machine works. 

703 

AzEL Holmes Gile' {A7nos^ Amos^ Moses,'^ Joseph* James^ Sam- 
tiel"^), son of Amos and Sally (Ketchum) Gile, born at Harlem, Ont., 
Dec. 14, 181 1, married Mahala Chipman, who was born Nov. 29, 
1815 ; resides near Harlem. He was a farmer at Harlem, and died 
there March 15, 1881. 



J 



POSTERITY OF SAMUEL GUILE OF HAVERHILL. 301 

Children born at Harlem : 

1 199 Ziba Alphonzo,^ died. 

1200 Olive Zelinda,^ b. May 29, 1839; m., Dec. 25, 1858, Harvey Austin; re- 

sides near Landsdowne, Ont. ; have three sons and two daughters. 
-}-i20i Albert Chipman,** b. Aug. 11, 1841 ; m. Melissa Donahue. 

1202 Sarah Reliefa,** b. July 20, 1846; m., Feb. 16, 1866, Fuller Stevens; he is 

a farmer at Elgin, Ont. Child: (i) Laura Celestia. 

1203 Laura Elizabeth,^ b. Nov. 29, 1^49; m., June 29, 1869, Hugh, son of 

Hugh and Euphemia (Lillie) Heron, b. Oct. 6, 1S45. ^^ '^ a book 
publisher, trustee of the Trinity M. E. church and Marie Chapel Mis- 
sion at Chicago, III. Children : (i) Maude Lillie, b. at Chicago, Jan. 3, 
1872; (2) Grace Sarak, b. Sept. 18, 1881. 

704 

John Gile^ {Amos,^ Amos^ Moses^* Joseph^ yames^ Samuel'^), son 
of Amos and Sally ( Ketchum) Gile,born at Harlem, Ont., Dec. 13, 18 18, 
married at Delta, Sept. 12, 1855, Amelia Curtis, daughter of David 
and Polly (Roach ) Curtis. She was born at Landsdowne, Nov. 4, 1829, 
died May 10, 1881. Mr. Gill was a farmer at Harlem, and Forfar, 
and was also engaged in sheep raising, and the manufacture of cheese. 
In 1883 he bought a large farm at Athol, Dak., where he now resides. 
While living at Forfar he was a lieutenant in the Militia, and a justice of 
the peace. 

Children born at Forfar : 

1204 Hattie Vinton,^ b. Oct. 3, 1857; is a music teacher at Sioux City, la. 

1205 Amos Curtis. 8 b. March 6, 1865; m. Louisa McCoy; resides at Sioux 

City, la. Child: 
(1206) Grace Eva^h. July 31, 1885. 
1207 Lillie Iowa,8 b. Oct. 26, 1867; resides at Athol, Dakota. 



705 

Reuben Gile'' {Schuyler^^ Amos^ Mbses* Joseph^ yames,^ Samuel'^), 
son of Schuyler and Eliza (Clark) Gile, born at Elizabethtown, Ont., 
Mar. 10, 1833, married Dec. 30, 1858, Amanda Jane Sheldon, daugh- 
ter of Horace and Minerva (Washburn) Sheldon. She was born 
April 10, 1839. He is a prosperous farmer, township councillor, and 
a deacon of the Baptist church at Kitley, Ont., (P. O., Smith's Falls). 

Children born at Kitley. 

1208 Herman Schuyler,^ b. Sept. 6, i860; m., March 25, 1885, Minnie Eliza- 

beth, daughter of Robert and Mary (McGregor) Hunter; she was born 
at Smith's Falls, Feb. 17, 1861. He is a messenger for Wells, Fargo 
& Co.'s Express Co., at Denver, Col. 

1209 EUa Minerva,^ b. Nov. 22, 1870. 

• 1210 Robert Leonard,'^ b. July 5, 1875. 
121 1 Mina Maria,^ b. June 6, 1877. 



302 GUILE GENEALOGY. 



706 



Amos Gii.e'' {Sc/iuy/cr,'^ Amos,^ Moses* Joseph^ Jamcs,^ Satnucl'^)^ 
son of Schuyler and Eliza (Clark) Gile, born at Killey, Ont., June 5, 
1835, married at Hastings, Minn., Aug. 19, 1868, Ellex Whitson, 
daughter of Robert and Mary A. (Riddell) Whitson. She was born 
at Kitley, Oct. 15, 1852. He is a farmer at Barry, Bigstone Co., Minn. 

Children : 

121 2 Robert Schuyler,^ b. Oct. 5, 1S70. 

1213 Ethel Mary,** b. Sept. 16, I1S79. 

1214 Dora Belle,"* b. Dec. 14, 1S81. 

1215 Leslie Amos,* b. June S, 1S84. 

739 

Elijah Gile^ {Elijah,^ Nathan^^ Moses,* Joseph^ James^ Satnuel^)^ 
son of Elijah and Charlotte (Jefferson) Gile, born at Gainesville, N. 
Y., Mar. 14, 1827, married at Sharon, Wis., July 4, 1853, Alvina Rice, 
daughter of Joel and Almira (Vannostrand) Rice. She was born 
July 8, 1835. Mr Gile is a farmer, and a member of the Methodist 
church at Kasson, Dodge Co., Minn. 

Children : 

1216 Milo Jay,* b. at Sharon, Wis., Jan. 19, 1855. 

1217 Lyman R.,* b. June 2, 1S56. 

1218 Rosetta,** b. ALiy 22, 1S58; m., Feb. 20, 1S77, W. H. Francis. 

1219 Rhoda Ann,8 b. Aug. 3, 1S60; m., March 20, 1S84, Alberton James, son 

of Joseph F. and Mary L. (Brown) Kidder, of Kranzburgh, Dak., b. 
March 3, 1859, and is a farmer at Kasson, Minn. Child : (1) Mabel L., 
b. April 7, 1885. 

1220 Mazella," b. Nov. 11, 1862. 

J22I Ernest Elijah," b. June 28, 1865; m., Sept. 27, 1886, lola B. Inman. 

1222 Cora Alice," b. at Kasson, June 22, 1871 ;m.,Nov. 25, 1 886, Geo. S. Allen. 

1223 Benjamin Orvil,' b. Oct. 30, 1S73. 

1224 Ada Bethel," b. March 29, 1877. 



774 

Barnabas Giles'' {Barnabas,'^ Ephraitn^ Moses* jfoseph^ yamcs,"^ 
Samuel'^), son of Barnabas and Sally (White) Giles, born at Wind- 
ham, Vt., May 20, 1823, married Dec. 4, 185 1, Aisby Maria Hough- 
ton, daughter of Calvin and Hannah (Dwynell) Houghton. She was 
born at Grafton, Vt., Sept. 11, 1836. He is a farmer and stonemason 
at Windham, Vt. 

Children : 

1225 Effa Maria.* b. Sept. 14, 1S53; d. July 25, 1854. 

1226 Elsie Sophia,** b. Oct. 13, 1855; d. Sept. 3, 1879; n^- J'''"- I? '874. Jeffer- 

son, son of Clark and Enieline (Bruce) Goold, b. Dec, I, 1855, d. Sept. 
28, 1884. 

1227 Herbert Barnabas,* b. Jan. 27, 1858; d. Feb. 10, 1858. 



POSTERITY OF SAMUEL GUILE OF HAVERHILL. 303 

1228 Horace Elly.^ b. March 11, 1859; m., Jan. 4, 18S6, Julia, daughter of 

George R. and Melinda E. (Holden) Holt, of Rockingham, Vt., b. at 
Grafton, July i, 1870. He is a farmer at Windham. 

1229 Leora Melvina,^ b. April 19, 1861 ; m , at Chester, Vt., Nov, 26, 1879, Jo- 

seph Morse, and resides at Warren, N. H. 

1230 W'illiam Albert,^ b. May 11, 1864. 

1 23 1 Frank Homer,^ b. Nov. 3, 187 1. 



800 

John Guild"' {James ^ Jotiathan,^ Jonathan* Joseph^ James^ 
SamueP), son of James and Mary (Walker) Gile, born at Danville, 
Vt., Sept. 9, 1813, married Oct. 23, 1835, Clarissa Porter, daughter 
of Nathan and Hannah (Smith ) Porter. She was born at Peacham, 
Vt., Feb. 23, 1815. He was a farmer and member of the Methodist 
church at Danville, Vt., and died there Dec. i, 1883. 

Children : 

4-1232 Alfred.8 b. July 2, 1838; m. Delia J. Batchelder. 

1233 Abbie,^ b. Nov. 28, 1849; m., 1870, Loren S. Adams, of Cabot, Vt., and 
resides at West Danville, Vt. Children: (i) Loren; (2) Charles. 



806 

Alfred Augustus Gile'' {Joseph,^ Jofiathan,^ Jonathan* Joseph,^ 
James,^ Samuel^), son of Joseph and Polly (Greenough) Gile, born 
October 9, 1807, married Mary Lucinda Kern, of Pottsville, Pa., 
who was born June 5, 181 1, and died Dec, 12, 1880. He died Oct. 
31, 1882. 

Children : 

1234 Joseph,^ b. Oct. 14, 1835; graduated at Dartmouth College in 1857, since 

which time he has taught school in several places, is now located at New 
Haven, Conn., unmarried. 

1235 Mary Margaret,^ b. Mar. 28, 1837 ; is a school teacher, resides at Orange, 

New Jersey. 

1236 Peter Kern,^ b. Jan. 14, 1S39; m. Olive Wadleigh. He is a farmer on 

the homestead at Northfield, N. H. 

1237 Emily Matilda,^ b. Jan. 25, 1841 ; m. John A. Brown of Philadelphia, and 

resides at Greely, Col. Child: (i) Alfred Krall. 
-f-1238 William Augustus,* b. June 5, 1843; m. 1st, Minnie G. Waitt, 2d, Clara 
A. Dewing. 

1239 Francis Alfred,^ b. at Franklin, N. H., July 19, 1845; '^- ^' Jersey City, 

July 9, 1879, Ann Cattell, daughter of Rev. Alexander and Elizabeth 
(Robertson) Gilmore. Mr. Gile served in the war of the Rebellion in the 
i6th N. H. Vols. Returning, he taught penmanship, studied medicine 
and graduated at New York, where he practiced his profession three 
years; is now located at Orange, N. J. 

1240 Helen C.,^ b. Aug. 31, 1847; d. 1853. 

1241 Lucia Kern,^ b. May 22, 1852; m. Edward F. Fossett, resides at Kansas 

City, Mo. Children: (i) Frauds Gile, (2) Wallace Flagg, (3) Willard. 



304 GUILE GENEALOGY. 

811 

Charles Alonzo Gile'' {T/tojnas,^ yonat/ian,^ yonafhan* jfoscph* 
jfames^ Samuel'^ )^ son of 'I'homas and Jane (Forrest) Gile, born at 
Northfield, N. H., July 21, 1822, married Dec. 24, 1844, Mary Jane 
Woodbury, daughter of Josiah A. and Polly (Knowles) Woodbury. 
She was born March 3, 1821, He was a farmer, selectman and mem- 
ber of the Episcopal church at Northfield, N. H, 

Children : 

1242 Amanda A. W.,* b. Mar. 12, 1846; m. Nov. 13, 1862, Lowell M. French, 

who is a farmer at Northfield, N. H. Children: (i) Charles Alouzo, b. 
Jan. 21, 1S64, is a farmer at Sanbornton ; (2) Bertha Alice, \). Oct. 20, 
1 866; (3) Mabel Edna, b. May 3, 1871; (4) William Woodbury, b. July 
17, 1S72; (5) Flora Gertrude, b. May 5, 1878; (6) Minnie Lawrence, b. 
Nov. 19, 18S0. 

1243 Belle Woodbury,^ b. May 25, 1S52. 

1244 Cliff Forrest,^ b. August 15, 1856; m., May 22, 1882, M. Etta Hill. He 

owned a wheat ranch in California, returned and bought a grist-mill at 
Newport, N. II., where he resides, and is at present a selectman of the 
town. Child: (1245) Leland Warren^ b. Dec. 11, 1SS3. 

1246 Clyde Ambrose,* b. Mar. 6, 1S60; is a prosperous farmer at Northfield. 

835 

Stephen Gile'' {Stephen^ Stephen^ Daniel^* Daniel* Ephraitn? 
Saviiul^)^ son of Stephen and Mary (Gowen) Gile, born at Alfred, 
Me., Feb. 3, 1823, married, at South Boston, Mass., May 28, 1854, 
Sarah Jane McKenney, daughter of Rufus B. and Mary H. (Carll) 
McKenney, of W^aterborough, Me. She was born June 4, 1832. He 
went to Boston and engaged in teaming, then the wholesale flour 
business, and was also a grocer. He died at South Boston, March 25, 
1876. 

Children born at South Boston : 

1247 Frank Herbert,^ b. March 15, 1S55; m., Sept. 5, 18S2, Ada Turner Flint, 

of Chelsea. He is a bookkeeper at South Boston. Child: (124S) 
Frank Herbert^ b. June, 1883. 

1249 Emma Frances,* b. Nov. 17, 1856; d. April 20, 18S6. 

1250 William Howard,^ b. March 20, 1SC9; is a clerk at Boston. 

1251 Frederick Lincoln," b. July i, 1865 ; graduated from the English High 

School in 1S82; is now a traveling salesman at Boston. 

844 

Albion K. Gile^ {Ifc'nry,^ Thomas^ Daniel,^ Daiiicl^^ Ephraim^ 
Sa/;utc'/ ^)j son oi Henry and Eliza (Roberts) Gile, born at Alfred, 
Me., Jan. 29, 1826, married, June 11, 1S51, Lucy W. Currier, of 
Lyman. Mr. Gile is a retired farmer, at Alfred, Me. He has held all 
of the town offices, twice represented the allied towns of Alfred and 
Kennebunk, in the State legislature, and served as county treasurer. 
He has successfully introduced the cultivation of cranberries into 
this section, and is the inventor and proprietor of several patent 
machines, for harvesting and cleansing the same. 



POSTERITY OF SAMUEL GUILE OF HAVERHILL. 305 

Children : 

1252 Ella L.,8b. April 5, 1854; m., April 26, 1875, Dr. James Pierce; resides 

at Methuen, Miss. Children: (r) Mabel Lucy; {2) AUnon Gile. 

1253 Fred H.," b. June 7, 1S60; m. Fannie M. Lincoln, of Brunswick, Me, 

lie received a high school education, attended Bowdoin College two 
years, and graduated from the Law Department of the University of 
Michigan in 1882. He is now a lawyer at Alfred. Children: 
{1254) A''ellie Liticoln^ b. March 26, 1882. 

(1255) William Albion,^ h. Sept. 15, 1883. 

(1256) Harold Hastings^ \). March 7, 18S5. 

(1257) Estdla Leona^ b, March 24, 1886. 



845 

Henry S. Gile' {Henry,^ Thomas,^ DaJiiel^^ Daniel^ Ephraim,^ 
Samuel'^), son of Henry and Eliza (Roberts) Gile, born at Alfred, 
Me., May 8, 1827, married Aug. 4, 1867, Matilda J. Crellin. Mr. 
Gile went to California, and thence to Oysterville, Washington Ter., 
and engaged in the oyster business. They now reside at Portland, 
Oregon. 

Children : 

1258 Katie Louisa, s b. June 28, 1868. 

1259 Eleanor E.,' b. June 23, 1869. 

1260 Henry Stanley,' b. Sept. 5, 1874. 

1261 Albion Lester', b. May 27, 1878. 

848 

Albion Gile' {Ezekiel^ Richard C,® Ezekiel,* Daniel,' Ephraim^ 
Samuel'^), son of Ezekiel and Czarina (Newton) Gile, born at Gran- 
tham, N. H., Feb. 9, 1827, married, April 2, 1850, Mary English 
Clogston, daughter of John G. and Eunice (Roberts) Clogston. She 
was born at Tunbridge, Vt., Oct. 2, 1826. Mr. Gile is a harness 
maker at Norwich, Vt, 

Children born at Norwich : 

1262 Hattie May,^ b. March 9, 1858 ; m., Jan. 13, 1883, Charles W. Royce, and 

resides at Concord, N. H. Children: (i) Leslie Everett, b. at Norwich, 
Jan. 9, 1884, (2) Alice May, b. Jan, 23, 1885; (3) Grace Viola, b, at 
Concord, Feb. 16, 1886. 

1263 Alton Albion,^ b. July 29, 1865 ; is a druggist at Norwich. 



850 

Richard Cheney Gile'^ {Ezekiel,^ Richard C.^ Ezekiel,^ Daniel^ 
Ephraim^ Sanmel^), son of Ezekiel and Czarina (Newton) Gile, born 
at Grantham, N. H., Oct, 16, 1831, married, June 14, 1852, Sarah 
Frances Kimball, daughter of Samuel and Mehitable (Quimby) 
Kimball. She was born at Sharon, Vt,, Nov. 10, 1833. He died at 
Strafford, Vt., Feb. 10, 1885. 



306 



GUILE GENEALOGY. 



Children 



1264 Abliie Czarina. 5 b. at Norwich. Vt., Dec. ii, 1S52. 

1265 Edward Henry.M). .Sept. 11, 1S54 ; m.,at Strafford, .^ug. 13. 1S76, Addie 

Lucelia. daughter of Orlando and .Mary E. ( Hayward) Jordan, b. April 
10. 1853; d. Feb. 28, 18S1. He is a harness maker at Strafford. Child: 
(1266) Francis Lafayette? h. Oct. 13, 1879. 

1267 Mary Jane.s b. March 3, 1856 ; m., Oct. 27, 1877, Edward C, son of Tere- 
miah K. Needham. of Mollis. N. H. 

126S Sarah Frances,^ b. March 9. 1S5S; m., March 12. 1876, Edward J. Cilley. 
Children: (i) Charles Daniel, b. at Thetford. Vt., Sept. 29, 1876. (2) 
Afaiid May. b. July 24, 1878. (3) Walter Richard, b. at Hanover, Vt., 
Sept. 18, 1880. 

1269 Samuel.s b. Feb. 22, 1861. 

1270 Emma Alpha.s b. July 3, 1864 ; m., at Strafford, Vt., June 27, 1S84. Henry 

C, son of John R. Waterman, of Thetford, Vt. Child: (1) Florence 
A fay. b. Nov., 18S4. 

127 1 Ezckiel," b. May 14, 1S69. 

1272 Lucv Ursula, s b. July 9, 1871. 

1273 Fred I'.lanchard.s b. Dec. 3, 1872. 

1274 l^enjamin Franklin.^ b. April 28, 1876. 

1275 Myrtie Amelia,^ b. at Strafford, July 14, 1878. 

853 

Francis Lafayette Gile^ {Ezekid,^ Richard C.,^ Ezekiel* Daniel* 
Ephraim;^ Samuel^), son of Ezekiel and Czarina (Newton) Gile, born 
at Norwich, Nov. 1836, married Lucy Gilbert B.arxard. She was 
born July 17, 1837. He died at Norwich, Feb. 7, 1871. 

Children born at West Lebanon, N. H. 

1276 George Francis,^ b. Dec. 25, 1863; m., Sept. 14, 1SS3. Flora Ellen, daugh- 
ter of Harvey and Almira (Moulton) Eddy, b. at Waterbury, Vt., Feb. 
27, i860. He is clerk in a hotel at Concord. N. H. Children : 

(1277) Elmer Frauk.^ b. at Xorthfield, N. H., [uly 21, 1884. 

(1278) Eddy Barnard,^ b. at Waterbury, Vt., Nov. 3, 1S85. 

1279 Charles Albert,^ b. April 25, 1865. 

1280 John,« b. July 13, 1S67. 

1281 William Harvey,^ b. Jan. 30. 1871. 

860 

Reuben Gile^ {Levi,^ Reuben,^ Ephraitn* Samue/,' Ephraim,^ Sa7n- 
?/^/M, son of Levi and Asenath (Fletcher) Gile, born at Sutton, N. 
H., Oct. 6, 1809, married Feb. 12, 1S39, Melvima Williams, who was 
born at Sutton, Feb. 12, 1808, and died Nov. 23, 1873. He was a 
farmer, and died at Sharon, Vt,, Feb. 21, 1864. 

Children : 

1282 Alvira,' b. at Sutton, N. H.. Feb. 16, .1841 ; m.. March 29, 1863, Robert 

Porter, of Hartford. Vt. He is now a farmer at West Hartford ; has chil- 
dren : {\) Nellie B.,\i. Oct. 8, 1863; [2) Mary M., b. Nov. 19.1S67; m.,Dec. 
4, 1SS6. (ieorge A. IJrockway; (3) Frank G., b. June 15. 1870; (4) Arthur 
P., b. May 7, 1874; (s) Diana ^., b. Jan. 24, 1877; d. Aug. 17, 1882: 
(6) Alice M., b. March 5, 1881. 

1283 Joel Fletcher,* b. March 11, 1S43; was a soldier in the war of the Rebel- 

lion; is now a railroad conductor. 

1284 Marilla W., b. April 5, 1S45; unmarried. 



POSTERITY OF SAMUEL GUILE OF HAVERHILL. 307 

1285 Perley D.,' b. at Enfield, N. H., Aug. 18. 1847; m., Aug. 23, 1871, Au- 

gusta A. Nott; he is a farmer at Sharon, Vt. 

1286 Reuben,' b. June 5, 1849. lie is an acent for a wire rope company. 

1287 Charles H.,' b. Dec. 6, 1854; m., Dec. 6, 1880, Mrs. Mary A. Colman. 

He is a carpenter. 

1288 Frank,' b. at Sharon, Vt., June 21, 1856; is a railroad employe. 

1289 Maria S.,' b. June 21, 1858; d. Jan. 21, 1859. 

863 

Anthony Sargent Gile'' {Levi,^ Reuben,^ Ephraim,^ Samuel? Eph- 
raim,'^ Samuel'^), ?>ov\ oi Levi and Asenath (Fletcher) Gile, born at 
Sutton, N. H., May 27, 1815, married at Lempster, N. H., Feb., 1840, 
Mary Hull Brockway, daughter of Edward and Ruth (Teel) Brock- 
way. She was born at Lempster, May 17, 1801. Mr. Gile is a 
farmer at Lempster, N. H. 

Children : 

1290 Charles Hull,^ b. at Lempster, Nov. 19. 1842; m. ist, Sept. i, 1867, Ab- 

bie Eugenia Davis; m. 2d, July 4, 1882, Catherine Lovilla Davis. He 
is a farmer at Lempster, N. H. Children : 

(1291) Flora May? b. at Hillsborough, N. H., Oct. 29, 1869. 

(1292) AJa Matilda.^ b. at Lempster, June 26, 1873. 

(1293) Eva Myriie,^h. Feb. 25, 1876. 

1294 George Levi," b. March 29, 1845; m., June 5, 1867, Mary Louisa Davis. 
He was a farmer at Hillsborough, N. H. He fell from a tree while cut- 
ting timber, and died June 19, 1879. Children : 
fi295) Etta Lewella,^ h. Feb. 10, 1870. 
(1296) Fred Sargent,^ b. May 22, 1872. 

864 

Philip Sargent Harvey Gile'' {Levi? Reuben? Ephraim.,*' Samuel? 
Ephraim? Samuel'^')^ son of Levi and Asenath (Fletcher) Gile, born 
at Sutton, N. H., Mar. 20, 1817, married first, Feb., 1841, Sybil M. 
Wilcox; married second, Feb., 1852, Lucy Jane Messer ; married 
third, May, 1853, Mary Bowers Dodge. Mr. Gile is a carpenter 
and paper maker. 

Children by Sybil M. Wilcox : 

1297 Josephine Sybil,' b. at Newport, N. H., May, 1842; d. Feb. i, 1849. 

1298 Frances Elizabeth,' b. at Sunapee, N. H., Jan. 21, 1844; m. ist, 1867, 

J. \V. Sanborn; m. 2d, 1877, Truman Putney. She died at Sutton, Feb. 
8, 1880. 

1299 Prentiss Harvey,' b. at Claremont, N. H., Aug. 19, 1845; ^- ^^- 23, 1849. 

Children by Mary B. Dodge : 

1300 Alfrida M.,' b. at Bennington, N. H., March 5, 1854; d. March 13, 1862. 

1301 Orison Levi, b. at Bennington, Oct. 22, 1865; m. ist, Jan. i, 1884, Linda 

E. Nelson; 2d, June 22, 18S7, Sadie E. Libby. Mr. Gile was educated 
at the New Hampshire Listitute, Bates College, and the Theological 
Seminary at Lewiston, Me; ordained a minister of the Free Baptist 
church, and was pastor of the I'ine St. Free Baptist church, at Rich- 
mond, Me., from 1883 to 1885, since which time he has been pastor 
of the Richmond Village church. 



308 GUILE GENEALOGY. 

878 

William Fordyce Gile^ (Asa M.^ David^ Ephraim,* Samuel^* 
Ephraim^- Samud'^), son of Asa M. and Rebecca P. (Sweet) Gile, 
born at Cornish, Me., Nov. 27, 1839. "I'liried June 7, 1874, Lucinda 
H. GRAxr, daughter of Andrew and Deborah L. (Lindsey) Grant. 
She was born at North Haven, Me., Sept. 11, 1839. He enlisted in 
the Twenty-second Maine Regiment and served nearly one year. Mr. 
Gile is a farmer at East Corinth, Me., has served the town as select- 
man, assessor and overseer. They are members of the F. B. church. 

Children : 

1302 Emma Augusta,^ b. March 13, 1875. 

1303 Eva Inez.** b. Aug. 23, 1876. 

1304 Frank Daniel,* b. June 25, 1879. 



883 

Charles BoudExV Gile^ {Asa^^ Samuel,^ Asa,* Samuel,' Ephraim^ 
SamueP), son of Asa and Mary (Crockett) Gile, born March 22, 1825, 
married April 26,1852, Mehitable Marden. He is a farmer at Bel- 
mont, N. H., represented the town in the Legislature of 1872. 

Children : 

1305 Frank Edwin,' b. Jan. 5. 1853; m. Nov. 29, 1877, Mary Jane, daughter of 
Charles H. and Martha A. (Plummer) Foss, born at East Sanbornton, 
N. H., Sept. 20, 1S60. He is a railroad employd at East Tilton, N. H. 
Children: 

(1306) Arthur CkarUs,'^ b. Oct. 21, 1878. 

(1307) IVillard Scott? \i. Nov. 3, 1884. 

1308 Mary Josephine,** b. July 24. 1S54; d. Mar. 24, 1856. 

1309 Asa Elmer.s b. Nov. 28, 1S60; is a school teacher and farmer at Belmont. 

1310 Abbie Florence, ' b. Sept. 4, 1866. 

1311 Nellie Crockett.s b. P"eb. 11, 1869. 

888 

Joseph Weeks Gile'' {Samuel,^ Samuel,^ Asa* Samuel,'^ Ephraifti^ 
Samuel^), son of Samuel and Mehitable (Weeks) Gile, born at San- 
bornton, N. H., July 3, 1823, married first, July 6, 1846, Ruth Ann 
HiLLiARD, daughter of Timothy and Sally (Thompson) Hilliard. She 
died Oct. 8, 1866; married second, Dec. 12, 1867, Sarah Crockett 
Clark, daughter of Joseph S. and Nancy (Smith) Clark. She was 
born May 3, 1833, and died June 8, 1873 ; married third, Nov. 22, 
1873, Per.melia C. Leavitt, daughter of Miles and Nancy (Brown) 
Leavitt, and widow of George W. Maloon. She was born at Gilford, 
N. H., Feb. I, 1841. He was a lieutenant in the militia, is now a 
farmer, and a member of the Free Baptist church at Tilton, N. H. 

Child by Sarah Clark : 

1312 Frank J. ,8 b. June 14, 1869. 



POSTERITY OF SAMUEL GUILE OF HAVERHILL. 309 

Children by Permelia C. Leavitt : 

1313 Sarah Jane,^ b. July 10, 1875; d. Oct. 1, 1885. 

1314 George K.,8 b. Aug. 24, 18S0. 

891 

Curtis K. Gilet {Samuel^ Samuel,^ Asa^* Samuel^ Ephraim,^ Sam- 
uel'^), son of Samuel and Mehitable (Weeks) Gile, born Jan. 16, 1834, 
married Oct. 8, 1854, Mary C. Rollins, of Fisherville, N. H. He 
was a farmer at Hill, N. H., moved to Illinois, and died there March 
8, 1879. His widow resides at Urbana, 111. 

Children : 

1315 Sarah Abby,^ b. Oct. 13, 1855; m. Aug. i, 1875, Nelson G. Lake of Urbana. 

1316 Jennie May,* b. Aug. 11, 1859. 

1317 Ivory Rollins, 8 b. Dec. 15, 1861, is a painter at Decatur City, III. 

1318 Ulysses Grant,* b. April 8, 1864. 

931 

Jesse Ellsworth Gile'^ {Jcsse^ Jesse^ Samuel,^ Samuel^ Ephraiiti^ 
Satnuel'^)^ son of Jesse and Eliza (Towle) Gile, born at Raymond, N. 
H., Mar. 10, 1852, married Dec, 1876, Sarah A. Bruce, daughter of 
Chandler and Lovinia (Austin) Bruce, of Framingham, Mass. She 
was born at Sudbury, July 25, 1845. ^^ is a farmer and a member 
of the Congregational church at Candia, N. H., and served the town 
as constable and highway surveyor. 

Children : 

1319 Mabel Florence,' b. Jan. 5, 1878. 

1320 Jessie Louise," b. Dec. 26, 1881. 

132 1 Helen Bernice,' b. March 30, 1884. 

1322 Harry Wallace,' b. June 17, 1887. 



937 

Erastus Gile"^ {George^ John,^ yohn,^ Samuel^ Ephraim* SamueP-)^ 
son of George and Clarissa (Durgin) Gile, born at Lee, N. H., Jan. 
29, 1818, married Sept. 15, 1842, Amanda Georgette Manning, 
daughter of Benjamin and Sarah (Simonds) Manning of Tewksbury, 
Mass. She was born Feb. 16, 1814. Mr. Gile is a mason and 
builder at Andover, Mass., and an active and upright citizen. 

Children : 

1323 Amanda Georgette,' b. Sept. i, 1843. 

1324 Mary Eliza,' b. March 8, 1845. 

1325 Sarah Manning,* b. Oct. 23, 1846. 

1326 Clara Durgin,' b. April 26, 1849; d. Sept. 23, 1851. 

1327 Edward Eraslus,* b. April 28, 1S51. 

1328 Sylvia Annie,' b. April 21, 1854. 



310 GTJILE GENEALOGY. 

940 

Joseph Stevens Gile^ {George*' yohn,^ John*' Samueh^ Ephraim^ 
Scimue/^), son of. George and Clarissa (Durgin) Gile, born at Dur- 
ham, N. H., Aug. 25, 1825, married Dec. 10, 1847, FTarrief Bishee 
Chandler, daughter of Samuel and Hannah (Dingley) Chandler. 
She was born at Minot, Me., June 27, 1827. He was a mason at 
Andover and Lawrence, Mass., and a member of the Methodist church 
and died at Andover, Nov. 20, 1S62. His widow resides at Lawrence. 

Children : 

1329 Mary Salome,' b. at Lee, May 11, 1849; m. Wallace D. Taylor; resides 

at Clintonville, N. Y. Children: (i) //;//;> Lizzie, b. at Lawrence, 
Dec. 23, 1873; (2) Edith Mary, b. at Andover, Sept. 25, 1875; (3) 
Lulu Salome, b. at Lawrence, Aug. 13, 1884. 

1330 Joseph William,' b. Sept. 25, 1851. He is a contractor at Boston, and 

one of the managers of the Wells Memorial Workingmen's Institute. 

1331 Hattie Lizzie,* b. at Andover, Jan. 7, 1853. 

1332 Ida Etta," b. Dec. 3, 1853. 

1333 George," b. April 10, 1857; d. May 6, 1S57. 

1334 Clara Louise,' b. May 12, 185S. 

1335 Laura Luella,' b. Sept. 13, i860. 

1336 Efifie Emma,' b. Sept. i, 1862. 

941 

Isaac Porter Gile^ {Joseph,'' William N.,^ John, ^ Samuel,* Eph- 
raim,"^ Samuel'^), son of Joseph and Sarah (Porter) Gile, born at Mt. 
Vernon, Me., May 28, 1830, married first, Harriet Allen, who died 
May 6, 1866; married second, at Boise City, Idaho, May 26, 1872, 
Rosalie Walling, daughter of J. B. and Sarah (Leverton) Wailing. 
She was born in Iowa, x\ov. 16, 1845. Mr. Gile was a farmer at 
Fayette, Me., serving the town as assessor and tax collector. In 1862 
he went to California and engaged in mining, then resided for a time 
in Nevada, subsequently moved to Idaho, and engaged in stock raising. 
He is now a farmer at Boise City, Idaho. 

Children born at Boise City : 

1337 Joseph," b. Jan. 13,1874. 

1338 Henry Porter,' b. June 3, 1876. 

1339 Edward Virgil,^ b. Nov. 9, 1878. 

1340 P'rancis Marion," b. Jan. 3, 1880. 

1341 Walter," b. Jan. 17, 1883. 

1342 Bertha Augusta,^ b. Aug. 29, 1885. 

944 

Albion Francis Gile^ {^Joseph,'' William N.,^ John,^ Samuel* 
Ephraim,"^ SamueP), son of Joseph and Sarah (Porter) Gile, born at 
Mt. Vernon, Me., March 29, 1834, married, April 18, 1863, Arrabell 
Palmer, of Fayette, Me. Mr. Gile is a farmer at Fayette, and has 
served the town as treasurer, collector, and constable. 



POSTERITY OF SAMUEL GUILE OF HAVERHILL. 311 

Children : 

1343 Elmer Ellsworth,^ b. Feb. 24, 1864. 

1344 Charles Kelly,** b. Feb. 14, 1866. 

1345 Erving Benton," b. June 18, 1869. 

1346 Annie IJeil.** b. March 31, 1871. 

1347 Gertrude,^ b. April 30, 1S76. 

1348 Merle Lewis,** b. May 28, 1878. 

1349 Ethel May,** b. Jan. 5, 1881. 

979 

George Warren Gile'' (Moses,^ Benjamin^ j^ames,* Samuel,^ Eph- 
raim^- Samuel'^), son of Moses and Mary (Chase) Gile, born at Haver- 
hill, Mass., Aug. 9, 1840, married, June 14, 1866, Mary Frances 
Newhall, daughter of George H. and Mary K. (Harwood) Newhall, 
of Providence, R. I. She was born Oct. 13, 1847. Mr. Gile is pas- 
tor of the Second Baptist church at Fall River, Mass. 

Children : 

1350 Florence Eveline,^ b. at Providence, April 8, 1867. 

1351 Arthur Warren,^ b. at South Berwick, Me., Oct. 26, 1869. 

1352 Mabel Warren,^ b. Nov, 26, 1872. 

985 

Frank Henry Gile'' {James^^ Jamcs,^ James^^ Samuel^ Ephraim^ 
Samuel^), son of Jaiies F., and Abby S., (Gale) Gile, born at Haver- 
hill, Mass., July II, 1843, married April 29, 1869, Ella Collins. 
He is a shoe trimmer at Haverhill. 

Children born at Haverhill : 

1353 Mary Belle,' b. Aug. 14, 1870. 

1354 Carrie Ella,' b. Feb. 14, 1S72. 

1355 Frank Austin,' b. July 19, 1874. 

1356 Fannie Maud,' b. July 18, 1876. 

1357 Frank Nelson,' b. Dec. 28, 1878. 

1358 James Howard,' b. July 20, 1882. 

1359 Marion Clyde,' b. July 17, 18S6. 

993 

James Gile^ {Richard,^ Reuben,^ Joshua,'' Ebenezer^ Ephraim^ 
Samuel^), son of Richard and Mehitable (Blake) Gile, born at 
Canaan, N. H., June 5, 1822, married at Lawrenceville, N. Y,, Nov. 
I, 1849, Charity Smith, daughter of Simon and Mary E. (Fisk) 
Smith. She was born at Moira, N. Y., March 22, 1829. He is a 
farmer at St. Regis Falls, N. Y. 

Children born at Moira : 

1360 Richard Simon,' b. Oct. 1,1851; m. at Philadelphia, Pa., Aug. 2, 1882, 

Leonora, daughter of Julius and Hannah (Ilullest) Geplent. She was 
born Aug. 6, 1864. He is now a machinist at St. Regis Falls. Children : 



312 GUILE GENEALOGY. 



(1361) Florence M.? b. Oct. 6, 1S84. 

(1362) Elmer George^ \i. Dec. 10, 1885. 

1363 Lewis William,* b. July 15, 1855. 

1364 Loren Danford,' b. Feb. 20, 1859. 



999 

Jonathan Elliot Gile' {Richard^'^ Reuben^ yoshua} Ebcnezer^^ 
Ep hr aim ^"^ Samud^)^ sow of Richard and Mehitable (Blake) Gile, 
born at Enfield, N. H., Dec. 23, 1825, married at Moira, N. Y., April 
29, 1849, Samantha Rovce, daughter of Jacob and Prudence (Giles) 
Royce. She was born at Washington, Vt., Mar. 14, 1826. He is a 
farmer at Minneapolis, Kansas. 

Children : 

1365 Cassius Newell,* b. Moira, N. Y., Jan. 27, 1850; m. Clara Young, and 

resides in Colorado. 

1366 Carlos Elliot,' b. May 18, 1851 ; m. Sophia Schlotz. 

1367 Andrew Carroll," b. Jan. 5, 1853; m. Ella Fierce. 

1368 Henry Adelbert,^ b. Feb. 19. 1855; m. Martha Ayres. 

1369 Jesse Edson,' b. Oct. 23, 1857. 

1370 Ernest Arthur,' b. Jan. 28, i86o. 

1371 Oscar Alberto,' b. at .^L^zo Manie, Wis., March i, 1862. 

1372 Clayton Byron,' b. Jan. 25, 1S64. 

1373 Lyman,' b. at Black Earth, Wis., Feb, 25, i863. 

1017 

George Washington Gile'' {Jacob^'^ Reuben^ Joshua^^ Ebenezer^ 
Ephraim^ Samuel^), son of Jacob and Roxillana (Knapp) Gile, born 
at Stowe, Vt, Sept. 22, 1846, married, at Waterbury, Vt., Feb. 16, 
1866, Inda C. Hazeltine. He is a farmer at Waterbury. 

Children : 

1374 Arthur Ellsworth," b. April 12, 1870. 

1375 Frank Warner,^ b, Feb. 16, 1872. 



1018 

LiscoMB Gile'' (^jfacob^ Reuben^ yoshua* Ebcnezer^ Ephrawi,^ 
Samuel'^)^ son of Jacob and Roxillana (Knapp) Gile, born at Stowe, 
Vt., Aug. 23, 1850, married, at Morristown, Vt., Aug. 13, 187 1, Em- 
MOGfeNE Jewett. He is a farmer at Stowe, Vt. (P. O., Waterbury.) 

Children : 

1376 Ida May,8 b. Oct. 15, 1872. 

1377 Dennis Myron.* b. Jan. 8, 1875. 

1378 Mary Louise,* b. Feb. 9, 1877. 

1379 George James,* b. Jan. 28, 1S79. 

1380 Nettie Augusta,* b. June 17, 1S82. 



POSTERITY OF SAMUEL GUILE OF HAVEEHILL. 313 

1020 

George W. Gile'' {Aaron,^ John,^ N'oah* Ebenezer^ Ephraim^ 
Samuel^), son of Aaron and Persis (Rix) Gile, born at Littleton, N. 
H., Jan. 25, 1830, married at Philadelphia, Emma Virginia Shuster. 
In him the martial spirit was very early developed, for at the age 
of ten years, he enlisted for the Mexican war, in the company of 
Capt. Batchelder, at Haverhill, N. H.; but as the permission of his 
father could not be obtained, he was for a time, denied the gratifica- 
tion of his desire, and previous to his enlistment, in 1861, his occu- 
pations were various. He learned the printer's art, and that of iron 
founding, and his talents have been exercised, in giving public lec- 
tures and readings, and the histrionic art has also received his 
attention. 

Upon the breaking out of the war of the Rebellion, he enlisted, 
April 18, 186 1, as a private in Co. I., 22d Pa. Vols., and on the 22d, of 
the same month, was promoted to be ist Lieutenant in the same 
company. Aug. 9, 186 1, he was promoted to be Major of the 88th, 
Pa. Vol., and with this regiment, participated in all the engagements 
of the ist Army Corps, viz.: at Cedar Mountain, Mitchel's Station, 
Rappahannock Station, and the Second Battle of Bull Run. At this last 
named battle, the Lieutenant-Colonel commanding was killed on the 
firing of the first volley, and the command devolved upon Major Gile, 
who fought the regiment with great gallantry, until the close of the 
battle, the regiment sustaining a loss of three hundred men, of the 
se\'en hundred engaged, and was afterward accorded the following 
well-deserved acknowledgment. "The magnificent fighting of this 
brigade, in full view of both armies, drew forth the heartiest cheers 
from all observers, and did much to stay the final assault on our left." 
For meritorious conduct, he was promoted to be Lieutenant-Colonel of 
Volunteers, and brevetted in the regular service, from the date of that 
engagement, which was Aug. 30, 1862. He was engaged in the 
battles of Chantilly and Antietam, receiving brevet for gallantry at 
each, and being wounded at Antietam, was sent home ; being afterward 
placed in command of the Reserve Corps in garrison, at Washington, 
with the rank of Colonel, and was subsequently brevetted Brigadier- 
General. At the close of the war he was transferred from the volun- 
teer, to the regular service, and after service at the South and else- 
where, he is now upon the retired list of the regular army, with the 
rank of Colonel of Infantry. He is now engaged in the insurance 
business at Philadelphia, and resides at Haddonfield, N. J. 

Children : 

1381 George.^ b. April 3, 1S57. 

1382 Henry Edwin, ^ b. May 17, i860. 
13S3 Benjamin Clark, ^ b. Aug. 4. 1872. 
1384 Emma Virginia,' b, Feb. 18, 1875. 

21 



314 GUILE GENEALOGY. 

1051 




Children : 

1385 George E.,^ b at Lebanon, N. H., March 28, 1861. 

1386 Katie K..^ b.'at Enfield, Oct. 2, 1862. 

1387 Berton F.,** b. at Enfield, April 23, 1864. 

1072 

Daniel Dimick Gile'' {Daniel^ Daniel,^ yohnson,^ Ehcnezer^ Eph- 
raim^^ Samur/'^), son of Daniel and Susan S. (Dimick) Gile, born at 
Marblehead, Mass., Sept. 16, 1854, married Sept. 28, 18S0, Deliver- 
ance LiNDSEY, daughter of Philip 13. and Abigail (Ramsdell) Lindsey. 
She was born April 3, 1856. He graduated from Phillips Academy at 
Andover in 1872, was employed as accountant at Boston until 1881, 
and since that time has been engaged in the wholesale boot and shoe 
business. He is at present a member of the firm of Randall, Gile & 
Shallies, and resides at Melrose. 

Children : 

1388 Gertrude,' b. at Marblehead. Sept. 12, iSSr. 

1389 Philip Lindsey,' b. at Melrose, Sept. 5, 18S3, 

iSifiljtl) <i!:?nuration. 
1074 

Elijah Henry Gile* {Raiisom^' Levi^ Johu^ yohn* Samuel,^ jfohn} 
Sami(el^), son of Ransom and Jane (Peebles) Gile, born at Bland- 
ford, Mass., June 24, 18 12, married first, at Blandford, in 1833, Han- 
nah Lathrop Keith, daughter of John Keith. She was born Jan. 
7, 1815. He married second, Harriet Hotchkiss; married third, at 
Medina, Ohio, in 1848, Matilda Bean, who died in 1856; married 
fourth, at Harrisville, Ohio, Jan. 27, i860, Martha Heberly, of Ho- 
mer, who died Nov., 1861. He moved from Blandford to Medina, 
Ohio, and for a time drove stage from Medina to Cleveland, then was 
successively an engraver, detective and deputy sheriff. He died at 
Medina in May, 1861. 

Children by Hannah L. Keith : 

1390 Jane Lucretia," b. Feb. 22, 1S34; m. Aug. i, 1S53, William Ferdinand 

Sipher, who was born in Germany, Sept. 7, 1S33. They reside at Me- 
dina, Ohio. Children: (i) 67</r/i^'d7, b. June 10, 1854. She has taken 
great interest in this work and furnished valuable material; resides at 
Medina, unmarried. (2) Carl Albert, b. Dec. 4, 1856; m. Nov. 5, 1878, 



POSTERITY OF SAMUEL GUILE OF HAVERHILL. 315 

Emma Alice, daughter of John and Mary A. (Snyder) Irwin of Cleve- 
land. He is a salesman at Cleveland. (3) William Henry, b. Jan. 8, 
1859; m. Nov. 14, 18S3, Anna, daughter of John and Barbara (Hartnie) 
Rentz. She was born April 15, 1.^63. lie is a grocer at Medina, has 
been councilman, and clerk of the Congregational church; child, (I) 
Fioraice Ahiomi, b. Aug 26. 1S84. (4) Joseph Neruell, b. July 2, 1861 ; 
m. Flora May, daughter of Thomas S. and Polly (Packard) Shaw. She 
was born Dec. 7, 1864. He is a physician at Cleveland; child, (I) Ger- 
trude, b. July 3r, 18S6. (5) Mary Olga, b. Oct. 27, 1866. (6) John Albro, 
b. Dec. 26, 1873. 

+1391 Ransom Henry,* b. June 3, 1836; m. ist, Adaline A. Ingalls; m. 2d, Sarah 
A. Mahaffy. 
1392 Laura Josephine, 3 b. June 23, 1838; m. ist, Feb. 13, 1859, Francis M. 
Strong; m. 2d, David Wolf, and resides at Cleveland. 

+ 1393 Elijah Newell,' b. Oct. 9, 1841 ; m. Caroline J. Webber. 

Children by Matilda Bean : 

1394 Frank Romain.^ b. July 20, 1849. 

1395 Ella,^ b. Dec. 22. 1850; died. 

1396 Ida,8 b. Feb. 6, 1852; m. ist, Andrew J. Atwood; m. 2d, Marcus G. Good- 

rich, and resides at Litchfield, Ohio. 



1083 

Sylvester Gile« {Daniel:^ Rea,^ John,^ John,^ Samuel,^ ^ohn,^ 
SamueP), son of Daniel and Nancy (Burlingame) Gile, born at One- 
onta, Otsego Co., N. Y., in 1824, married in 1847, Susan Beach, 
daughter of Asael Beach. She was born in 1826. He is a harness 
maker and justice of the peace at Laurens, N. Y. 

Children born at New Lisbon, N. Y. 

1397 Frank Albert,^ b. May 20, 1849. He is a train despatcher, and resides at 

New Haven, Conn. 

1398 William Edgar,^ b. April 11, 1853; m. Phebe A., daughter of Dr. George 

W. and Permelia (Gile) Blend. He resides at Livingstone Manor, Sul- 
livan Co., N. Y. 



1130 

Charles Harrison Guile* {Harrison'^ Samueh^ ^ yohn* Sam- 
uel,^ John^^ Samuel'^), %ovi oi Harrison and Mary (Manville ) Guile, 
born at La Sargeville, N. Y., June 24, 1839, married, June 29, 1865, 
Amelia Bush, daughter of Elias and Matilda (Goodrich) Bush, of 
Pamelia, N. Y. She was born May 26, 1840. Mr. Guile is pastor of 
the First Methodist Episcopal church at Camden, N. Y. 

Children : 

1399 Elias Bush,' b. at Copenhagen, N. Y.. June 26, 1S66; is a physician.. 

1400 Charles Wesley,^ b. at Lowville, N. Y., June 3, 1869. 

1401 Earl Batchelder,^ b. at Lowville, March 17, 1871. 

1402 Maud Manville,' b. at Ogdensburg, N. Y., Jan. ir, 1876. 

1403 Mabel Amelia," b. at Malone, N. Y., Aug. 28, 1879. 



316 GUILE GENEALOGY. 

1193 

Joseph Guile" {Roger.-i Joab,^ Joseph,^ Joseph,^ yoseph* John,^ 
Saf/iuci^), son of Roger and Anna M. (Cronkhite) Guile, born at 
West Hoosick, N. Y., Sept. 3, 1836, married, Sept. 3, 1S62, Orpha 
Case, daughter of Jonathan and Lydia (Baker) Case, of Hoosick 
Falls. Mr. Guile attended the district school during the winter 
seasons, supplementing his education by a three years' course at 
Fairfield Seminary, in Herkimer Co. He has taught school several 
years, and also been a teacher of vocal music. In 1864 he purchased 
a farm at Eagle Bridge, N. Y., which he continues to cultivate, and 
also maintains an extensive agency in fire insurance. 

Children : 

1404 Mettie E.,' b. Jan. 29, 1864; graduated at State Normal School, Albany, 

in 1885, and is now a teacher in the Institute for the Blind in New York 
City. 

1405 Emersen J.,^ b. Jan. iS, 1867. 

1406 John B. Case," b. March 8, 1872, 

1407 Clifford H.,9 b. Jan. 28, 1S77. 

1194 

Abram Lansing Guile" {Roger,'' ^oab,^ Joseph^ Joseph,'^ Jostph^ 
Johii^ Samuel'^), son of Roger and Anna ^I. (Cronkhite) Guile, born 
at West Hoosick, N. Y., July 16, 1838, married, Oct. 23, 1867, Min- 
erva Sherman, daughter of Sanford T. and Roxanna (Gifford) 
Sherman. She was born at Pittstown, N. Y., Sept. 10, 1842. He is 
a teamster at Johnsonville, N. Y. 

Children : 

1408 Mary Elizabeth,^ b. Jan. 29, 1869. 

1409 Elmer Edward.^ b. March 13, 1S71. 

1410 Sherman Abram,^ b. June 15, 1S72. 

141 1 Nathan Cronkhite,'* b. March 31, 1874. 

1412 Jay Lansing,'* b. March 11, 1876. 

1201 

Albert Chipman Gile" {Azd H.,' Amos^ Amos^ Afoses,* Joseph^ 
Jaifics^ Samuel^), son of Azel H. and Mahala (Chipman) Gile, 
born at Harlem, Ont., Aug. 11, 1841, married, March 7, 1868, Melis- 
sa Donahue, daughter of John and Eliza (Canning) Donahue. She 
was born at Almonte, Ont., Jan. 15, 1845. He is a farmer, justice, 
and member of the Methodist church at llarlem, Ont. 

Children : 

1413 Lucy Flora Alberta,' b. May 18, 1871. 

1414 Stanley Azel.^ b. Oct. 28, 1873. 

1415 Anna Laura,^ b. Sept. 22, 1875. 

1416 Bertha Evelyn,^ b. Sept. 25, 1877. 

1417 Ziba Truman,^ b. Oct. 5, 1879. 



POSTERITY OF SAMUEL GUILE OF HAVERHILL. 317 

1232 

Alfred Guild' {John,'' James,'' Jonathan,^ Jonathan,^ Joseph,^ 
Jamcs;^ Safnuen), son of John and Clarissa (Porter) Cxuild, born at 
Danville, Vt., July 23, 1838, married at Sheffield, Vt., Oct. 26, 1862, 
Della J. Batchelder, daughter of Daniel B., and Sally (Shattuck) 
Batchelder. She was born at Danville, June 19, 1843. He is a 
farmer, speculator, and member of the Methodist church at North 
Danville, Vt. 

Children : 

1418 Charles Ernest,' b. June 15, 1S65; d. Sept. 2, 1882. 

1419 Alfred F^andall.^ b. April 6, 1869; d. July 2, 1883. 

1420 Beitee John,^ b. Sept. 12, 1870; d. Jan. 11, 1879. 

142 1 John,^ b. June 29, 1877. 

1238 

William Augustus Gile» {Alfred A.,'' Joseph,^ Jonatha?!,^ Jona- 
than,'' Joseph,^ James,^ Sajunel^), son of Alfred A. and Mary L. 
(Kern) Gile, born at Northfield, N. H., June 5, 1843, married first, 
Minnie Green Waitt, of Wakefield, Mass. She died July 5, 1876 ; 
married second, Feb. 14, 1878, Clara A. Dewing, daughter of Gideon 
B, Dewing, of North Brookfield, Mass. Mr. Gile was captain of 
Co. E, i8th N. H. regiment, in the late war; from 1865 to 1867, was 
lieutenant and captain in the 117th U. S. Cavalry on the Rio Grande; 
attended Franklin Academy and Tilton Seminary, graduated at Har- 
vard Law School. He is now a lawyer at Worcester, Mass., and a 
prominent member of the State legislature. 

Children by Minnie G. Waitt : 

1422 William Waitt,' b. May 28, 1874. 

1423 Minnie Helen,' b. June 2, 1876. 

Children by Clara A. Dewing : 

1424 Alfred Dewing,' b. Jan. 18, 1879. 

1425 Margaret Aurelia,' b. Dec. i, 1881. 

1426 Lawrence Bliss,' b. June 13, 1885. 

1391 

Ransom Henry Gile' {Elijah H.^ Ransom^ Le^i^ John^ John,^ 
Satmiel^ John^ Samuel'^), son of Flijah H., and Hannah L. (Keith) 
Gile, born at Medina, Ohio, June 3, 1836, married first, Jan. 1861, 
Adaline Amelia Ingalls, who died in Dec, 186 1 ; married second, 
Dec. 6, 1865, Sarah Ann Mahaffy, daughter of Joseph and Lydia 
(Ebright) Mahafify. She was born in Adams Co., Ohio, Jan. 14, 
1844. He left Columbus, Ohio, in 1855, and settled in Iowa, twelve 
miles west of Cedar Falls, and remained until the death of his wife. 



318 GUILE GENEALOGY. 

He enlisted April 5, 1862, in Co. A, 21st regiment Iowa Vol. Inf., 
in May, 1S63, was detailed as cannoneer in tiie ist Iowa Battery, and 
shortly after, transferred to the Peoria Battery, taking part in the 
battle of Port Gibson, siege of Vicksburg, and many other engage- 
ments ; was struck in the side by a shell at Jackson, Miss., and sent 
home. On recovery he was transferred to Co. K, 4th regiment V. R. 
C, and remained on special duty until mustered out, Nov. 25, 1865. He 
lived in Humboldt Co., Iowa, until 1873, when he moved to Norway, 
Republic Co., Kansas, and is engaged in farming. 

Child by Adaline A. Ingalls: 

1427 Alva Romaine.i" b Dec. 3, 1861 ; m., April 24, iSSo, Louisa Matilda, 
daughter of William Grandon. She died March lo, 1882. At the age 
of fourteen he left his grandmother's, and went to Dakota, and engaged 
in driving teams, which occupation he has followed in Iowa, Minnesota 
and Dakota. Having lost trace of his father, whom he had not seen 
for sixteen years, and accidentally learning his address in September, 
1SS5, he rejoined him in Kansas. Child: 
(1428) Saida Fiola,^^ b. 1881. 

Children by Sarah A. Mahafify : 

1429 Carrie .Annette.^^ b. at Butler, la., Nov. 22 1867; d. Dec. 18, 1S82, 

1430 Henry Arthur,'-' b. June 27, 1S69; d. Nov. 10, 1876. 

1431 William Ovid,''^ b. Nov. 10, 1871. 

1432 Perry Thomas," b. Nov. 23. 1873. 

1433 George Edward, '^ b. Feb. 13, 1875; d. March 7, 1876. 

1434 Harry Uewellyn,''^ b. May 10, 1877. 

1435 Edna Maud,'' b. (Jet. 26. 18S2. 

1436 Lydia Adaline,"^ b. May 14, 1885. 



1393 

Elijah Newell Gile' {Elijah H.,^ Ransom,'' Lei'i,^ Johfi,^ John* 
Samuel.^ John,'^ Safnnc/^), son of Elijah H. and Hannah L. (Keith) 
Gile, born at Medina, Ohio, Oct. 9, 1S41, married Nov. 19, 1864, 
Caroline Jane Webber, daughter of Richard Webber, of Belcher- 
town, Mass. He learned the blacksmith's trade, enlisted in Co. G, 4th 
Ohio Artillery, moving with the army of the Potomac, and taking part 
in all the important engagements from March, 1862, to Feb., 1S63, was 
slightly wounded at Malvern Hill, and has never fully recovered from 
a wound in the head, received at Gettysburg. In August, 1S64, he 
moved from Medina, Ohio to Norway, Kansas. 

Children : 

1437 Helena Annette,''' b. at Canton, O., April 24. 1S66; d. March 27, 1SS6. 

A brave j^ioneer girl, and promising school teacher. Her death was 
caused by disease contracted in caring for a sick friend. 

1438 Merrill Newell. '" b. April 12, 1S69; d. Feb. 4, 1871. 

1439 Philip Kearney,''' b. Jan. 12, 1S72; d. Feb. 21. 1S72. 

1440 John Lathrop," b. Sept. 25. 1875; d. March 28, 1878. 

1 441 John Sherman,'" b. Jan. 22, 1879. 

1442 Alice Gertrude,'' b. Jan. 20, 1S82. 

1443 Richard Carleton,"* b. March 18, 1884. 



MISCELLANEOUS. 319 

iHisccnancouB. 

William Guiles, born on the Juniata river, in Pennsylvania, May 
26, 1795, married .Mary Marlcley. His fatlier was said to have writ- 
ten the name Giles. They lived at Strasburj^, Lancaster Co., Pa., 
where he died May 16, 1867. 

Child : 

William, b. at Strasburg, April 6, 1824; m., March 7, 1S47, Mary E., 
daughter of Benjamin and Fanny (Light) Hess. She was born Sep- 
tember 13, 1S30. He has been six years school director, trustee and 
steward of the .VL E. church twenty years, and superintendent of the Sun- 
day-school ; l)y trade a wheelwright, living at Conestoga, Lancaster Co., 
Pa. Children: ( ) Albert IK, h. Oct. 14, 184S; m., and lives at 
Martinville, Pa. ( ) C/ara Ella, b. Oct. 14, 1854; m. D. F. Young, 
and resides at Harrisburg, Pa. { ) Martha Myiin, b. Oct. 12, 1858; 
m. B. F. Steighman. and resides at Creswell, Pa. ( ) Benjaiiiin 
KenJifi, b. May 14, 1867. ( ) Charles Hess, b. April 2, 1S73. 

Joseph Gile, of Orwell, Vt., married Polly, daughter of Joel and 
Hannah (^Moon) Hammond. He died at Mt. Hohy, Vt., in 1840. 

Children : 

(i) George, m. Sally, daughter of Wiman and Roby (Wood) Cook, of Otsego, 
N. Y. He is a shoemaker at Caton Center. Steuben Co., N, Y. Chil- 
dren : ( ) De Witt Clinton, m., and resides at Caton. ( ) Mary 
Ann, m., and resides at Spencer. ( ) Helen, m., and resides at 
West Windsor. ( ) Minnie. ( ) Charles. 
{2) Andrew, is a shoemaker at Sandy Hill, Washington Co., N. Y. 

(3) DeWitt C, resides at Norwich, N. Y. ; m. Alice Barry. Children: ( ) 

Mary Ann, m.. Marcellus Farnsworth. ( ) Helen, m. George Stilson, 

(4) Asenath, m. Richmond, and resides at Orwell, Vt. 

(5) Orange S.. b. at Morris, N. Y. ; m. at Orwell, Vt., 1844, Didama, daughter 

of Leonarii and Margaret (Record) Gile. She was born at Putnam, N, 
Y., in 1827. Children: ( ) Elizabeth, b. 1848; m. Gibbs. ( ) 

Ettie,h. 1855; m. Bernett. ( ) Rollin O., h. 1857. 

David Guild, born at Kerra Muir, Scotland, died at Osceola, 
Neb. ; had a brother John, who is an old tea merchant, and resides 
at Deadwood, Dak. David's son David was a grocer at Silver Creek, 
Neb., in 1885. 

Lewis Gile, born at Plymouth, N. Y.. Sept. 9, 1816; died Sept. 7, 
1865. His daughter, Mrs. George W. Frink, resides at North Nor- 
wich, N. Y. 

Abraham Guile, lived at Watertown, Mass., Oct. 11, 1682. 

Guile, of Watertown, Mass., married Sarah Garfield, who 



was born Jan. 17, 1655. They are said to have moved to Lancaster. 

Andrew, George and Joseph Guile were brothers ; Andrew had 
(i) Lebbeus; (2) Morton, who resides at Hinsdale, Cattaragus Co., N. 
Y. ; (3) Lorenzo, and (4) Merritt. Lebbeus had Perry, Andrew, John, 
Alson, who resides at Penn Yan, N. Y., and a daughter who married 
Loring Nichols, and resides at Milo Center, Yates Co., N. Y. 



311' ]\USCELLANEOUS. 

A bill presented in Congress, April 12, 1842, states that Holley 
Guild was a corporal in Lieut. Inj^ersoll's Co., 23d regiment, was in the 
battle of Fort Erie in 18 14. He lost an eye, and received other 
wounds, for which disabilities he applied for a pension. 



From Genealogical Record of the First Settlers of Colchester Co., N. .S. 

James Gufld, died Jan. 12, 1862 ; married, Nov. 10, 1803, Kliza- 
beth Dean, who was born 1786; had five sons and seven daughters; 
their son George married, Feb. 15, 1841, Jane Logan, born June 12, 
1817 ; they had eight sons and seven daughters. 

William Guild, born 1785; died Jan. 25, 1862; married Susan 
Archibald, who was born Feb. 7, 1787, died July 12, 1854; their son 
Robert A. married Mary Alclnness Logan, born Jan. 13, 1820; they 
have three sons and four daughters. 

Matthew Taylor Archibald, born Nov. 17, 1774; married first, 
Jane Guild ; married second, Sept. 15, 1 801, Margaret Bragdon, and 
had a daughter Jane G., born June 5. iSii, who married William 
Guild, and have five sons and five daughters. 

Mary Guild, widow of McNutt, died 1810; married, 1746, Jacob 
Lynde, born in Ireland, 1720, died Nov. 22, 1768. 

Timothy Gile, married, i8i8, Lydia, daughter of Benjamin and 
Lydia (Beal) Gushing, who was born at Halifa.x, 1790. 



Daniel Gile, son of Reuben, of Plaistow, N. H., lived at Chester, 
Hookset, Manchester and GofTstown previous to 1846 ; married Abi- 
gail, daughter of Nathaniel and Alice (Parker) Mitchell. She was 
born about 1797. Children : Cyrus, Benjamin F., Daniel, xVbigail, 
Augusta. 

Abraham Gile, age 21 in 1776; 5 feet 6 inches, light eyes and 
hair, enlisted in Capt. Clough's Company. He lived at Lancaster, N. 
H., in 1778 ; moved to Guildhall and Madestone, Vt. He had a wife, 
Olive. 

Israel Guild was one of the first to obtain land at Cooperstown, 
N. Y., in the settlement of that place in 1786 ; there he took posses- 
sion, first of the block-house, and in 1799 erected a small frame 
building, and purchased a farm adjoining the village plat. 

Joseph Guild, living at Piedmont, Wyoming, states that his father 
lived at Dundee, Scotland, and came to America, March 12, 1854. 

Simeon C. Guild went from Connecticut to Flint, Mich., where he 
taught school. He enlisted in the 8th Mich, regiment, and was killed 
in battle. 

Daniel Guild was admitted freeman at Newport, R. I., May 6,1707. 

John Guild was admitted freeman at Providence, R. I., May 4, 1708. 



SUSCELLANEOUS. 321 

J. J. Guile, Watertown, N. Y., general agent for the Sun Fire Ins. 
Co., is said to have come from London, Eng., in 1884. 

Alexander Guild came from Dundee, Scotland, in 1812; has a 
son James, who is a bookseller at Washington, D. C, who has a son 
Alexander, a grocer, also living at Washington. 

Andrew Guile, attended school at Pompey, N. Y., in 1799. 

James M. Guile, born at Rochester, N. Y., Nov. 8, 1818 ; died, 
leaving a son William P., who is a jeweler at Owosso, Mich. 

William D. Guile, married at Providence, R. I., Oct. 24, 1841, 
Harriet Newell Springer. He was a member of the Preston, Con- 
necticut, family ; his father is said to have been William Guile. He 
was a locomotive engineer on the Boston & Providence R. R., and 
was accidentally killed April 19, 1873. 

James Guild^ and his brother Walter were born in Scotland and 
emigrated to America in 1796. James settled at Baltimore and Wal- 
ter engaged in business in Virginia, and prospered, until the unfaith- 
fulness of an agent brought ruin upon him. With his wife Elizabeth 
Conn, he moved to Sumner County, Tenn., where both died in the 
summer of 1S13. 

Children of Walter Guild : 

James,^ b. July 25, 1799; m. March, 1821, Mary Elizabeth, daughter of 
Marmaduke and Agues (Paine) Williams. He was a celebrated physi- 
cian, residing at Tuscaloosa, Ala., a firm and consistent member of the 
Methodist Episcopal church, representing the county in both branches 
of the Legislature. His death occurred Feb. 12, 1S84. 

Josephus C.,- b. 1802. He was one of the most prominent citizens of Ten- 
nessee, and a bosom friend of Jackson. During his useful life he served 
five terms in the Legislature, was Lieutenant-Colonel in the Second 
Tennessee Regiment in the Florida war. He was Presidential elector 
for Polk in 1S44, elector at large for Pierce in 1S52, and was Chancellor 
one year. For eight years he was Judge of the Nashville Law Court, 
and died at Nashville in iSSi. His son George B., resides at Nashville. 

Children of James and Mary E. (Williams) Guild : 

Keturah A.,^ d. 1854; m. ist, ; m. 2d, Rev. W. H. Mcintosh, d.d., 

of Georgia. No children. 

Joseph Conn,* graduated at the Alabama State University in 1S42; a law- 
yer by profession, several terms mayor of Tuscaloosa, and postmaster 
at the beginning of the war. He entered the army as captain in the 
Twentieth Alabama Regiment. At the time of his death, July 19, 1S75, 
he was Register in Ciiancery. Unmarried. 

Lafayette,* graduated at the Alabama State University in 1846, studied 
medicine and received his diploma from Jefferson NIedical College of 
Pennsylvania in 1848. He entered the U. S. army as surgeon in 1S49, 
and the Confederate army in i86i, and was chief surgeon and medical 
director of the Army of Northern Virginia. He moved to San Fran- 
cisco, became city physician and died July 4, 1S70. His widow is em- 
ployed in the Interior Dei)artment at Washington, D. C. No children. 

Mary Elizabeth,* m. Dr. A. J. Battle, who is now President of Mercer Uni- 
versity, Macon, Ga. They have three children. 



322 MISCELLANEOUS. 

James jr.,' graduated from Jefferson Medical College of Pennsylvania, is 
now a practising pliysician at Tuscaloosa, and has four children. 

Virginia,' m. 1S64. Dr. Hail of Maryland, who was a surgeon in the Con- 
federate army, and is dead. lie left two daughters, the eldest married 
Ca|)t. Hal Johnson of Talladega, Ala. 

Walter,^ is a prominent citizen of Tuscaloosa, and secretary of the Ala- 
bama Historical Society. 

Ellen,' unmarried, is an artist of considerable reputation, and a teacher of 
art, now employed at Dalton, Ga. 

MARRIAGES. 

Miranda F. Guild, of Concord, N. IL, m. Feb. 8, 1857, A. P. Hutchinson of Pem- 
broke, N. H. 

Nancy Guild, m. Jan. 29, 1823. Ira Peck. She was born at Lansingburgh, N. Y., 
June 16. iSoi, and resided at Half Moon, .Saratoga Co., N. Y. 

William Guild, of Newport, K. L, m. Aug. 4, 1S45, .Mrs. Abby De NVolf Boss, for 
a second wife. 

Nancy Guild, m. Leavitt, son of Nathaniel and Abiah (Hartshorn) Nason, of Wal- 
pole. He died at Pepperell, Mass.. Dec. 9, 1867, aged 84 years. 

Elvira E. Guild, m. Feb. 22, 1849, Albert Baxter of Fayston, Vt. 

Hannah Guild, of Attleborough, Mass., m., 1778, Ur. James Bliss of Rehoboth, 
and died Oct. 5, 1S16. " ' 

Augustus H. Guild, m. at Boston, Feb. 24. 1S64, Ellen Louisa Pond. 
Guild, m. Salome Carroll, and lived at Grafton, N. H. 

John Guild, of Xew York State, m. at St. Johnsbury, Vt., a daughter of William 
and Susanna (Halch) Hoyt. 

Harriet Guild, m. May 4, 1837, George Lee of Windham, Conn. She died. 

Beulah Guild, m. at Keene, N. H., .Vpril 14, 1836, Dexter Howard. 

Lucretia Guild, m. at Keene, N. H., June 24, 1846, Samuel B. Hodge, of Frances- 
town. 

William B. Guild, b. at Newport, R. L, Nov. 27, 1830; m. at Keene, N. H., May 
31, 1S30. Sahrina B. Clapp; their son Henry G. was born at Providence, K. L, 
June 5, 1850. William had a sister, Adeline, b. at Providence. Feb 19, 1836. 

Emeline Guild, of Swanzey, N. H., m. Dec. 6, 1832, Dexter Howard of Swanzey. 

John Guild, of Swanzey, m. May 13, 1834, Hannah Young of Guilford, N. Y. 
Guild, m. Sybil Palmer Huntoon, born 181 7. 

Alice L. Guild, of Somerville, Mass., m. Sept. 16, 1885, E. Edwin Bentley of Cam- 
bridge. 

Joseph Guild, m. Sarah E. Colby at Boston, April i, 1829. 

Frances Guild, m. Henry Heilge at Boston, .\pril 16, 1835. 

Nancy Guild, m. Lawrence Downs at Boston, March 11, 1802. 

Francis O. Guild, m. Etta Ellis of Hanover, at Bo.ston, Dec. 3, 1879. 

Frank H. Guild, m. Charlotte Billings of Cambridge, at Boston, April 27, 1882. 

Samuel Guild, m. Lydia H. Curtis at Providence, Dec. 11, 1851. 

Harriet Guild, m. May 4, 1837, George Lee of Windham, Conn. She died Oct. 
26. 1876, leaving three children. 

Simeon H. Gile, of Alfred, Me., m. May 22, 1796, Pollv Houston. 

Joanna Gile, m. at Alfred, .Me., May i, 1820, Enoch Coffin. 

James Gile, m. at Alfred, Me., July 20, 1820, Eliza Downs. 

Stephen Gile, m. at Alfred, Me., June 7, 1826, Hannah Scribner. 

Lydia Gile m. 1804, Samuel Welch jr. He was born Aug. 27, 1774, and died in 
1848. 

Deborah Gile, m. Josiah C. Prescott, of Acton, Me. 

Deliverance Gile, m. Jan. 8, 1758, Joshua Conant, of Sanford, Me. 

John Gile, m. April, 1830, Esther Prescott, of Vershire, Vt. 

John H. Gile, of Saccarappa, Me., tanner, b. Aug. 14, 1800; m., at Dover. N. IL, 
March 7, 1S24. Matilda B. Hart, who died April 2, 1848, aged 43. He died 
June 23, 1870. 

William Asa Gile, of Canaan, N. Y., resided at Stephentown, N. Y., in 187S; m. 
Caroline M., daughter of Henry T. and Almira (Harris) Douglass. She was 
born Jan. 6, 1846. Children: llarriit EUza, b. Oct. 8, 1S70; Almira Harris, 
b. Feb. 14, 1874. 



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MISCELLANEOUS. 



323 



Lizzie Gile, m. Hiram Pierce, b. at Hiram, Me., April 5, 1.S35. 

Carrie Gile, of Boston, m. Judson J. Pierce, b. April 15, 184S. 

Mrs. Hannah Gile, m. at Canaan, N. H , Sept. 22, 1845, Levi liarnett. 

Dorothy Gile, m. at Canaan, fune 29, 1842, Alvah Gilman. 

Daniel C. Gile, m. at Dover, N. H., Jan. 6, 1831, Catherine Rogers. 

Enoch (;ile, of .N'orthfield. N. H., b. May 22, 1792; m. Dec. 29, 1S16, Polly H. 

Abbott, b. May 6, 1798. 
Mary Gile. of Sutton, N. H., b. Feb. 5, 1779; d. at Concord, N. H., Jan.', 1822; 

m. Stephen Abbott. 
Susannah Gile, m. Jonathan French, at Plaistow. N. H., Dec. 25, 1792. Children: 

(i) Sarak, b. Feb. 27. 1794; (2) Elizabeth, b. April 28, 1797. 
Almira Gile, m. Samuel Heath, at Plaistow. Children: (i) Washington Lafayette, 

b. Jan. 24, 1825; (2) Thomas J cffersoii,\i. Feb. 9, 1826; (3) Elizabeth Amanda, 

b. Feb. 4, 1828; (4) James Monroe, b. Jan. 4, 1830. 
Charles Guile, m. at Danville, Vt., Dec, 1S41, Mary Chandler. 
L. Guiles, ni. about 1870, Henry Gilbert Hart, of Candor. Tioga Co., N. Y. 
Noah Guiile. m. at Boston, Nov. 11, 1701, Sarah Bricknidine. Children: (i) Sarah, 

b. Nov. 8, 1702; (2) Katherine, b. Feb. 11, 1703. 
Sarah Guiile, ni. at Boston, Nov. 13, 1712, John Parker. 
Jane Guile, m. at Boston, Aug. 18, 1726, Thomas Mitchell. 
Albert F- Gile, m. at Boston, March 5, 1838, Mary G. Ashton. 
John Gile. of Pomfret. Conn., m, at Boston, Oct. 26, 1845, Rebecca A. Osgood. 
George W. Gile, m. at Providence, R. L, June 14, 1866, Mary F. Newhall. 

Names of persons not placed who served in the army : 

James W. Guild, enlisted Aug. 27, 1862, for 9 months in the 14th Vermont RegL 

Royal E. Guild, Co. A, 7th N. H. Regt., from Oct., 1861, to Dec, 1864. 

George A. Guild, ist N. H. Cavalry. 

Isaac Guild, Oldtovvn, Me., single, age 27, Co. E, 2d Me. Regt., May 28, 1861. 

Garritt S. Guild, Adams, Mass., Co. B, 8th Mass. Regt., 1864. 

James A. Guild, Lowell Mass., 1st Heavy Art., 1S63, Mass. Vet. Reserve Corps. 

Chas. A. Guild. Milford, Mass., 2d Heavy Art., 1S63; d. at Andersonville, Aug., '64. 

Abner Guild, West Newbury, Mass., sergeant 4th Heavy Art., 1864. 

William \\. Guild, Boston, Mass., 1st Cavalry, 1861. 

Robert Guild, West Cambridge, Co. F, 3d Cav., April, 1864; d. at New Orleans, 
July, 1864. 

John H, Guild, Nashua, N. H., 3d Cavalry, 1861. 

Edward B. Guild, Millbury, Mass., Co. A, 24th Regt, and Co. C, 34th Regt., 1863 
to 1866. 

Augustus B. Gile, Chester, N. H., Co, I, nth N. H. Regt., 1862 to 1863. 

John A. Gile, Chester, N. H., Co. I, nth N. H. Regt., 1862 to 1865. 

Eugene Gile, Stoughton, Mass., 1st Battalion Frontier Cavalry. 

John W. Guile, Templeton, Mass., Co. G, 53d Regt., Mass. 

Frank S. Gile, Co. G, 20th Regt. Infantry, Maine. 

John M. Gile. Co. F, 29th Regt. Infantry, Maine. 

William W. Gile, Co. A, 7th N. H. Regt., 1861; d. Oct. 3, 1862. 

Henry I. Gile. Co. C. 7th N. H. Regt., 1S61 ; killed at Fort Wagner, July 18, '(t^. 

William Gile, New Market, N. H., Co. F. 7th N. H. Regt.. 1S64. 

Henry H. Gile, Hookset, N. H., Martin Guards, Nashua, 1864. 

John F. Gile, Bow, N. IL, Co. C, 13th N. H. Regt., 1S62. 

Daniel Gile, born at Manchester, N. H., July 31, 1839, enlisted for three months in 
the 1st N. H. Regt., re-enlisted in the 4ih Regt., and was made ist lieutenant of 
company G. He was taken prisoner at Deep Bottom, Va., and confined nearly 
a year in Libby and Danville prisons. He died at Manchester, N. H. about 
1885. 

Names changed by the Massachusetts Legislature : 

Jan. 7, 1879, Willie and Fred Guile of Montague, to Willie and Fred Hume. 
March 7, 1882. Elizabeth Sweeney of Springfield, to Bessie May Guild. 
Jan. 8, 1857, Walter Hollis of Springfield, to Ernest Albert Guild. 
June 6, 1S81, Mary Gray of Boston, to Mary Ella Guild. 



324 MISCELLANEOUS. 

Persons living at the places indicated in 1886, from whom no reply 
has been received, and not placed. 

S. M. Gile, town treasurer, Sangerville, Me. 

James K. Guild, machinist, Boston, Mass. 

John Guild, baker, Boston, Mass. 

Charles Guild, laborer, Ivist Boston, Mass. 

Augustus H. Guild, machinist, Ro.xbury, Mass. 

Alberto K. Gile, Charlestown, Mass., has son Alberto F. jr. 

Benjamin P. Gile, clerk, Charlestown, Mass. 

Daniel W. Gile, shoecutter, Haverhi'l, Mass. 

James Gile, shoecutter, Haverhill, Mass. 

John L. Gile, master mechanic, Lawrence, Mass. 

Andrew Guild, stable, Weslborough, Mass. 

Frank Gile, brakeman, West Springfield, Mass. 

Joseph Gile, conductor. West .Springfield, Mass. 

Walter O. Guild, Fawtucket, R. L 

James Guile, wool sorter, Providence, R. L 

John A. Guile, safes, Syracuse, N. Y. 

Abner Guild, carpenter, Ikooklyn, N. Y., has a son Daniel F., a salesman. 

Thomas (Juild jr., truckman, Brooklyn, resides with his mother, Mary Guild. 

William D. Guile, clerk, Brooklyn. S'. Y. 

James Guile, axmaker, Waterford, N. Y. 

John and Cyrus Gile, blacksmiths and farmers, Cadiz, N. Y. 

Frank Guile, lithographer, Rochester, N. Y. 

Hiram Guile, mason, Rochester, N. Y. 

John H. Guiles, teamster, Rochester, N. Y. 

Washington (iile, Richmondville, N. Y. 

John and William Guile, New Berlin, N. Y. 

Henry Guile, North Norwich, N. Y. 

Mrs. M. E. Guiles, Day, Saratoga Co., N. Y. 

James O. Guild, Saratoga, N. Y. 

John L. Guiles, Fine, St. Lawrence Co., N. Y. 

M. H. Guile, Inghams Mills, Herkimer Co., N. Y. 

William A. (iile, Stepheniovvn, N. Y. 

Stephen (}uile. West Lebanon, Columbia Co., N. Y. 

Abram G. (ruiles, grocer, Lancaster Co., Columbia, Pa. 

William V,. Guiles, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Priscilla AL Gile, widow of Herrick, Philadelphia. 

Lucy Guild, widow of Josiah, Washington, D. C. 

Hiram Guile, laborer, Toledo, Ohio. 

John Gile, carpenter, Chicago, 111. 

Alex 1'. Guild jr., lawyer, Chicago, IlL 

C. F. Guile, Chicago, 111. 

Jesse Guile, Carleton Center, Barry Co., Mich. 

Mrs. C. H. B. Gile, milliner, Neenah, Wis. 

Eben M. Guile, R. R. employe, Milwaukee, Wis. 

William R. Guile, general passenger agent, Minneapolis, Minn. 

William Gile, Lake Benton, Lincoln Co., Minn. 

Perry Gile, 15ig Lake, Sherburne Co., Minn. 

Jay Gile, Percy, Marion Co., la. 

J. M. Guile, boots and shoes, Louisiana, Mo. 

Joseph E. Guild, Silver Lake, Kan. 

A. I). Guile, furniture, Lincoln, Neb. 

John Guild, Prescott, Arizona. 

Albert H. Guild, San Francisco, Cal. 

P. (iuild, San Francisco, Cal. 

William E. Guild, Colton, Cal. 

John F. Guild, gauger. New Orleans, La. 



CORRECTIONS AND ADDITIONS. 



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54 
57 

63 
82 

85 
86 

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Page 99 



CORRECTIONS AND ADDITIONS. 

read Nathaniel Guild, born 167S instead of 1768. 

line 7, for Martha Paulina read Marcia Paulina; line 16, for Savall read 
Sewell ; line 41, for Joseph O. Webster read John O. Webster. 

ine 21, read (a) Helen W. Oilman instead of (A) Helen W. Gilman. 

ine 14, Mrs. Susanna (Cony) Church, d. May 6, 1844. 

ines 41, 42, 43, read (Warner) instead of (Barker). 

ine 13, read (a) Frank instead of (A) Frank. 

ine 29, read +256 Samuel, b. 1762 instead of 1763. 

ine 8, read Harry Donovan, b. 1878 instead of 1887. 

ine 14, Philip Bissell, b. 1S43 instead of 1643. 

ine 26, read Margaret E. Dodd, b. 1866 instead of 1886. 

ine 4. read Elizbeth Quincy, b. 1757 instead of 1857; line 30, read 
-j-6ii William, m. 2d, Lydia Field. 

ine 8, read 620 Noah,'J b. 1774 instead of 1874; line 45, erase the word 
Smith after (C) Eliza. 

ine 9, for David Norton read David Newton. 

ine I, read Almira S. (Haight), d. Feb. ix instead of Feb. 4. 

ine 22, for Vera read Vern, and born 1S81 instead of 1880 ; line 33, read 
Mussetta for Massetta; lines 45 and 48, for Saineshead read btoines- 
head; line 50, 647 Samuel,*^ b. April i, 1786; line 52, 64S Philura,® b. 
Aug. 10, m. 1805; line 62, for Josephine Anne read Josephine Agathy. 
line 2, for Flossie read Florence; line 5, Philura ( Holdriilge), b. Dec. i, 
1805; line 8, for Money read Mooney; line 11, Hester Ann (Hock- 
ridge), d. March 14, 1S29; line 24, after b. Feb. 11, 1837, insert, m. at 
Mt. Holly, Mich., Dec. 27, ipji. Captain John Seaman, b. at Half 
Moon, N. v., Nov. 2, 1833; is master of a steam yacht, and resides at 
Detroit, Mich.; line 51, Joel Guild, m." at Douglass, Mass., July 3, 
1785, instead of 1786. 

lines 21 and 22, insert middle name, Edward Mainwaring, viz., Harte, b. 
Aug. 17 instead of Aug. 7; line 46, for Robert Sennes read Robert 
Semes. 

lines 8 and 15, read Seeley for Seelye; line 25, read m. March 30 instead 
of March 20; line 26, read m. 1836, moved, etc., instead of 1820; 
line 31, read Joseph Jackman Baxter instead of Joseph Jackson 
Baxter; line 36, read b. Aug. 19, instead of 29; line 54, insert Nancy 
after Joseph and. 

line 5, Levi Walker was a contractor, farmer and speculator instead of 
Elisha Thurston; line 38, read Alfred Levi Walker, m. Feb. 12 instead 
of Dec. 12; line 40, for Nellie Evans read Nettie Evans; line 46, read 
662 Savilla,^ b. July iS, instead of July 8. 

line I, read De Valois W., m. 1865, instead of 1864; line 15, read Riley 
Guild, b. May, 1845, instead of March, 1845; line 27, Harold Dudley, 
b. Feb. 18, 1S82; line 29, read Dexter N. (Miner), b. Dec. iS, instead 
of Dec. 8; line 54, Mary Jane (Miner), b. Jan., instead of July; line 59, 
read Alice M., b. Jan. instead of Feb. 

line 12, insert d. at Winfield, May 27, 1867; line 22, read Nov. 18, 
1865, instead of 1855; line 33, read June 7, 1856, instead of 1846; 
line 45, read 669 Jerusha, d. April 26, instead of April 6; line 53, 
read Flora, d. 1870, instead of 1875. 

line 9, read Agnes A. M., b. 1877, instead of 1879; insert d. April 7, 
1879; also after Guy insert Lawrence, and b. June 12 instead of June 
14; line 10, instead of Charles Nelson read Claude Watson, b. 1881, 
instead of 1882; line 17, read Alice Odell instead of Alice Adell; line 
23, read Ernest Henry, b. Oct, 6, instead of Oct. 5; line 33, after 
Orrie insert middle name May; line t,"^, read Era instead of Eva; 
line 45, read Amy,^ b. Aug. 7, instead of Aug. 1 1 ; line 46, read Fow- 
ler Denton instead of Fowler Duston ; line 47, read George T. in- 
stead of George F. 



326 CORRECTIONS AND ADDITIONS. 

Page lOO lines 9 and 1 6, read Charles Brace (Kelly) instead of Charles Bruce 
(Kelly); line lo, read LaClair instead of LeClair; line ii, read Mary 
Ann btead instead of Mary E. Stead; line 31, read Bellinghiirst in- 
stead of Bellingherst; line 33, read Harry Fatual instead of Katuell; 
line 49, read William H.ill (Kelly) instead of William Hull (Kelly). 

Page loS line 10, read Anna Idea ^ instead of Anna Ida; line 17, read Alban G. 
instead of Albion G.; lines 27 and 32, read Delhi for Delphi. 

Page no between lines 10 and 11 insert 8rS (a) Louisa." b. Feb. 6, 1S21, m., Nov. 
iS, 1S45, Albert B. Judd, resided at Grand Rapids, Mich. He died 
Sept. 4, 1SS7. Children: (i) Edward /,., b. July 12. 1847; d. Dec. 
31, 1S78. (2) Elten L., b. Nov. 6, 1849; m., June 3. 1S74. Silas God- 
frey. Children: (I) Louisa J., b. March 3, 1875. (^^) Lavi'ta H., 
b. '.May 6, 1S76; d. Aug. 7, 1876. (HI) Florence B., b. Dec. lo, 
1^77- (3) Charle!. B.,h. Jan. 21, 1S52; m., Jan. 21, 1875, Georgia 
White. Child: (I) M>ra Lavitia, b. Nov. 29, 1875. (4) Isabell H., 
b. May 14, 1854; m., May 19. 1886, Z. C. Thwing. (5) Lavina H., 
b. March 18, 1857; d. July 26, 1876; line n, read Lenian Andrew 
Guild, d. Sept. 28, 1S87, b. Oct. i instead of Oct. 21; line 4, read 
Brockville for Brooksville; line 46, read died at Goshen several years 
ago, for resides at Goshen. 

Page 129 Lewis Guild was a farmer at Walpole, Mass., and New Vineyard, Me., 
and died Sept. 20, 18S2. His wife died Sept. 20, 18S1. Number 
1020 had children not given; [6) A'atU- ; (7) Nellie; (8) Meiitie ; (9) 
Lutis. Number 1021 had (3) Walter L.; (4) Henry W. Number 1023 
had (3) Rosa ; (4) Milah ; (5) Charlotta. Number 1025 had (3) Delia 
M.; (4) Mattie B. Number 1026 had (2279) Lura^; (2280) Winthrop'^; 
{22S1 ) Lona^; (2282) Frank^; (2283) .Stfn7/48_ Number 1028 married 
Obed Paine, and had (i) E.tilh G.; (2) G,-rtie L.; (3) ^fabel. 

Page 134 second line from bottom, read Rome, Ohio, for Rovve, Ohio. 

Page 137 line 35, read Macpherson for Macphirson. 

Page 146 line 23, read 1266 tor 1 166. 

Page 150 number 1328, children of Nelson and Ruth M. (Guild) Whitney: (i) 
Alonzo Nelson, b. at Millbury, Mass., June 2, 1837; m., Oct. 20, 
1859, Ellen Amanda, daughter of Charles S. and .Mary A. (Fisher) 
Hancock. She was born at Bellingham, Mass., Aug. 9. 1841. He is 
a farmer at Bellingham. Children: (I) Arthitr N, b. Sept. iS, i860; 
m.. May 29, 1S83, Ada L. Jennison. Child: (.A) Ravmond Lee, b. at 
Mendon, April 18, 1SS6. (II) Allie Z., b. Oct. 18, 1S62. (Ill) Os- 
car L.,\>. Jan. 27,1872. (2) G/rr/V /T., unmarried. (3) Melissa, m. 
Milton Holbrook. Child: (I) Afahel Whitney. (4) Elbridge Guild, 
m. Emma Barney. Children: (I) Ernest Augustus; (II) Walter 
Leroy; (III) Florence Adeline; (IV) Lou Francis; (V) Erwtn Ray; 
(VI) Irving Roy. 

Page 154 lines 25 and 46, read Lavanche for Laranche; line 37, before Mary Gen- 
evia insert (I) 

Page 155 line 51, after Herbert Dewillo insert (Laraway). 

Page 162 line 27, read Frederic Munroe, b. 1S62. instead of 1842. 

Page 1S3 number 1018 married, June ii, 1845, ^^^^y F., daughter of Joseph and 
Patience (Whitehouse) Rowe ; number 1765, George Edwin, died in 
New York; number 1766, middle name Louise; number 1767, middle 
name Anna. Additional children: (1767A) Hattie Louts,^; (1767B) 
//arry Lin'u'ood«; (1767C) Jennie Estelle^; (1767D1 Charles Walter^. 

Page 192 lines 43 and 45, erase ^ after Walter Varian and John Frank, and 
insert ^■ 

Page 200 line 16, after Gertrude Warren erase ^ and insert ». 

Page 214 line 13, insert Jerusha Doan died instead of was born. 

Page 263 The daughters of Ira Gile, number 533, should be numbered 533A and 
5Jjl^ instead of (I) and (II), and after the names insert '. 



INDBX. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN GUILD BEARING THE NAME OF GUILD, 



The flg^ures before each name, denote the year of birth; the figures after the name, 
denote the consecutive number. After finding the name in the consecutive order, and a 
-|- cross appears before tlie number, the history of that person and family will appear further 
on, this number being found in the center of a page. 





A 




1848 


Adrianna D. 


818 


1842 


Alpheus Damren 


1456 


1824 


A-E 


1301 


1844 


Agnes Sophia 
Alan son 


1212 


1831 


Alpheus Eugene 


1450 


17'J8 


Aaron 


45 


1769 


279 


1884 


Alva J. 


2197 


1768 


Aaron 


150 


1784 


Alban 


316 


1792 


Alvau 


416 


1753 


Aaron 


125 




Alban 


783 




Alvin 


1568 


1792 


Aaron 


377 


1831 


Alban Plumb 


16.57 


1857 


Alvin W. 


2098 


1808 


Aaron 


425 


1798 


Albert 


641 


1811 


Alvira 


735 




Aaron 


753 




Albert 


222 


1832 


Alvira 


1617 




Aaron D. 


1303 




Albert 


507 


1843 


Alzina 


1663 


1878 


Aaron Elwood 


1779 


1821 


Albert 


1078 


1796 


Amanda 


630 


1825 


Aaron Francis 


378 


1842 


Albert 


1222 


1835 


Amanda Eliza 


1452 


1831 


Aaron Wilson 


1565 




Albert 


778 


1845 


Amanda Jane 


932 




Abide A. 


1272 




Albert 


1651 


1839 


Amanda Melvina 


1193 


1874 


Abbie Frances 


2058 


1837 


Albert Augustine 


13.80 


1768 


Amasa 


201 


1844 


Abhiel. 


1984 


1824 


Albert Barrows 


104;i 


1805 


Amasa 


570 


1788 


Abel 


138 


1832 


Albert Daniel 


1207 


1840 


Amasa 


1221 


1721 


Abigail 


, 35 


18.56 


Albert Eugene 


1496 


1831 


Amelia Maria 


942 


1723 


Abigail 


47 


1859 


Albert Franklin 


2007 


1784 


Amherst 


608 


1726 


Abigail 


60 


1844 


Albert Henry 


1401 


1753 


Amos 


136 


1733 


Abigail 


63 


1871 


Albert Henry 


2128 


1796 


Amos 


411 


1739 


Abigail 


85 


1853 


Albert Samuel 


1914 


1812 


Amy 


671 


1740 


Abigail 


76 


1823 


Albert Washington 1370 




Amy 


1644 


1743 


Abigail 


172 


1851 


Alexander Wilson 


1143 




Amy Ann 


506 


1763 


Abigail 


243 


1879 


Alexandrinalaabell 1144 


1879 


Amy Louise 


1938 


1765 


Abigail 


146 


1.S58 


Alfonzo B. 


17,55 


1870 


Andrew Peter 


2204 




Abigail 


190 


1807 


Alfred R. 


400 


18.52 


Anestasia Elverah 


2030 


1790 


Abigail 


349 


1849 


Alfred Truman 


830 


1839 


Ange L, 


1027 


1806 


Abigail 


526 




Alice 


1076 


1820 


Angelhie 


1019 


1814 


Abigail 


575 




Alice 


1084f 


1872 


Angelia Catherine 


882 


1823 


Abigail 


864 




Alice 


1856 


1839 


Angelia Frances 


1721 




Abigail 


1015 


18.52 


Alice Edna 


1411 


1836 


Angeline Rebecca 


1162 


1823 


Abigail 


1173 


1873 


Alice Elizabeth 


1937 




Ann 


184 


1834 


Abigail 


1618 


1870 


AHce Ella 


1351 


1843 


Ann Harriet 


1237 


1849 


Abigail Daggett 


1201 


1.8,59 


Alice Estelle 


1033 




Ann (i. 


225 


1796 


Abigail Mason 


557 


1871 


Alice Jeanne 


1829 




Ann M. 


233 




Abbv 


861 


1868 


Alice Louise 


2055 


1824 


Amia 


1110 


1833 


AbbV Elizabeth • 


1214 


1865 


Alice Luella 


2251 




Anna 


1321 


1861 


Abl>> Elizabeth 


1928 


1861 


Alice Maria 


1040 


1801 


Ainia 


2224 


1757 


Abner 


114 


1875 


Alice May 


1961 


1864 


Anna Belle 


1948 


1767 


Abner 


131 


18.57 


Alice Minerva 


11.53 


1865 


Anna Belle 


1724 


1772 


Abner 


202 


1815 


Allen Dexter 


1338 


1868 


Anna Curtis 


1791 


1792 


Abner 


357 


1844 


Allen Walker 


1,884 


1846 


Anna Frances 


1192 


1798 


Abner 


390 


18.54 


Alma Josenhine 
Alma .Steailman 


14(i2 


1812 


Anna Ida 


799 


1842 


Abner 


930 


1827 


4(14 


1808 


Anna Maria 


326 


1810 


Abner Fercival 


563 


1806 


Almira 


8.58 


1857 


Anna Maria 


1760 


18' 9 


Ada 


1482 


1825 


Almira 


10.50 


1870 


Anna Maria 


1771 


1861 


Ada ]\Iaria 


2201 


18.35 


Almira Abbie 


517 


1762 


Annah 


129 


1858 


Alia Marinda 


1905 


1877 


Almira Hall 


1806 


1796 


Annie 


579 


1785 


Adak Sophronia 


2157 


1833 


Almon Nelson 


1466 




Annie 


1612 


1842 


Adelaide Louisa 


1.359 


1796 


Almond 


661 


1886 


Annie Alberta 


787 


1850 


Adelaide Louisa 


1903 


18.59 


Almond Durell 


2135 


18.38 


Annie Isabella 


591 


1858 


Adelbert 


18,35 ' 


1830 


Almond Laraotte 


14.30 


1829 


Annis 


1616 


18-18 


Adelbert Manorris 


2183 


1820 


Alonzo 


1089 


1831 


Annis A. 


1087 


1817 


Adelia 


800 


1824 


Alonzo 


1550 


1.H41 


Annis Cornelia 


913 


1829 


Adelia Betsey 


727 


1832 


Alonzo .J. 


981 


1806 


Anson Consider 


673 


1836 


Adelia Maria 


1345 




Alonzo Martin 


1194 1 


1882 


Anson Trimian 


2235 



328 



GUILD GENEALOGY. 



1764 


Arteinesia 


304 




Hiiddv 


1.310 


1%0 


Charles E. 


2189 


1847 


Arthur 


!)75 




Burt 


1845 


1802 


Cliarles E. 


1612 


I8(i2 


Artlinr 


1838 








l;!<75 


Charles E. 


2093 


I860 


Arthur 


17C.9 




<! 




1844 


Charles Edmund 


1983 




Arthur Allien 


20119 


1811 


Caleb Mason 


1287 


18til 


Charles Kdward 


1498 


18G7 


Arthur Allen 


2273 


1847 


Caleb .Mason 


r.i85 


1870 


Charles Edwards 


l:i50 


18(i0 


Arthur K, 


2238 


1852 


Caleb .M:Lson 


19!r2 


1842 


Charles Edwin 


1883 


1882 


Arthur Henry 


1703 


1775 


Calvin 


203 


1827 


Charles Eliot 


1265 


1877 


Arthur Ilc-rlii'rt 


19(12 


1789 


Calvin 


444 


1802 


Charles Eliot 


1970 


1877 


Arthjjr LiMinard 


1H9S 


1808 


C.nlvin 


572 


1864 


Charles Eugene 


2142 


18Ci8 


Arthur Lewis 


1758 


1826 


Calvin 


1016 


1836 


Charles F. 


lKi2 


1872 


Arthur Terli-t' 


1746 


1848 


Calvin D. 


9.50 


1856 


Charles Fisher 


10.54 


1882 


Artliur Wiirford 


1818 


1827 


Calvin v. 


1000 


1843 


Charles Fox 


1 7:50 


18G7 


Arthur Willis 


1725 




Carl 


2101 


1866 


Charles Fox .^lay 


17.;oa 




A.s;i 


4-17 




Caroline 


674 




Charles Francis 


406 


1818 


Asa 


1065 


1811 


Caroline 


781 




Charles Francis 


1190 


184G 


Aihulinda 


1525 


1812 


Caroline 


838 


1871 


Charles Frank 


1998 


1833 


Augusta 


375 


1827 


Caroline 


960 




Charles Franklin 


.^.43 


1828 


Aunustua Don 




1838 


Caroline 


1215 


1847 


Charles Granville 


2029 




Carlos 


1197 


1837 


Caroline Abby 


929 


1864 


Charles (Jrennell 


1920 


1837 


Aujrustus Honry 


1037 


1840 


Caroline Amanda 


1722 


1829 


Charles II. 


1209 


1885 


Auij;ustus Jared 


2108 


1853 


Caroline Cordelia 


2185 


1859 


Charles H. 


1870 


18(»7 


Aurelia 


644 


1824 


Caroline Eli7.al>eth 


1203 


1857 


Charles Hastings 


2206 


1809 


Aurelia 


645 


1827 


Caroline lOlizabeth 


1377 


1823 


Cliarles Henry 


959 


1805 


Aurinda 


533 


1849 


Caroline Elizabeth 


1223 


1825 


Charles Henry 


853 


1815 


Austin 


478 


1829 


Caroline Frances 


1224 


1830 


Charles Henry 


1010 


1828 


Austin M. 


1417 


1844 


Caroline Frances 


1247 


1833 


Charles Henry 


363 


1824 


Avery 15. 


1084 


1835 


Caroline (Jardner 


1535 


1862 


Charles Henry 


22.58 


1330 


Avery M. 


1439 


18.37 


Caroline M. 


304 


1861 


Charles Humphrey 


19.'52 




B 






Cariiline .Matildii 


1187 


1S60 


Charles Hunt 


1740 






1869 


Caroline .starr 


1925 


1846 


Charles I. 


2063 


1664 


Benjamin 


8 


1831 


Caroline Vasliti 


1422 


1824 


Charles J. 


891 


1717 


Keiijainin 


. 78 


1886 


Caroline Wing 


9K) 




Charles .F. 


1574 


1713 


Jii'iijaniin 


57 


18(i9 


Carrie Eli/.a 


17i:4 


1873 


Charles Jeremiah 


10S9 


1740 


iienjaiuin 


238 


1866 


Carrie Frances 


1921 


1867 


Charles John 


2217 


17C4 


Uonjauiin 


230 


1857 


Carroll Wilson 


1821 


1834 


(-harles L. 


1132 


1766 


Henjaiuin 


154 




Casper Lionel 


1517 


1861 


Charles Landon 


1074 


1771 


Benjamin 


208 


1869 


Cathaline Eliza 


1438 


1821 


Cliarles Leonard 


1055 


1785 


Benjamin 


604 


1776 


Catherine 


123 


1840 


Charles Lewis 


1597 


1800 


Jlenjiimin 


391 


1788 


Catherine 


344 


1824 


Charles Lymau 


1091 


1801 


Benjamin 


-634 


1802 


Catherine 


421 


1829 


Charles Lvnian 


1151 


1818 


Beiijaniia 


1200 


1803 


Catherine 


833 


18.58 


Chiirles .Marsli 


1.01 




lienjamin 


i;i54 


1826 


Catherine 


743 


1822 


Charles -Mason 


1202 


1827 


Btmjaniin D. 


892 


1834 


Catherine 


827 


1811 


Charles .May 
Charles Melville 


899 


1833 


Benjamin Franklin 


887 




Catherine Cutler 


587 


1860 


1464 


1834 


Benjamin Franklin 


933 


1834 


Catherine E. 


87;5 


1870 


Charles Uoy 


2267 


1829 


Benjauiin Haven 


1361 


1822 


Ca' herine VAU^t 


1263 


1834 


Charles Rut us 


590 




Bentley 


502 


1871 


Catherine I.sabella 


872 


1848 


Charles Samuel 


17.53 




Belle 


1513 


1797 


Catherine Leonard 


347 


18.^,4 


Chtirles Spencer 


1.593 


1880 


Bernal Almond 


2159 


1822 


Catherine Miller 


1010 


1836 


Charles .Stewart 


1692 


1880 


Bernice Athalinda 


2164 


1855 


Celestia R. 


2187 


1858 


Charles Sumner 


1825 


1878 


Bern ice Maud 


1751 




Celia 


763 


1842 


Charles T. 


r.197 


186!) 


Bertha 


1802 


1823 


Celia ^laria 


462 




Charles Theron 


1093 


1877 


Bertha Estelle 


1887 


1833 


Cemira Ella 


1518 


1868 


Charles Truinan 


1677 


1871 


Bessie 


1121 


1762 


Charity 


227 




Charles W. 


2018 


1881 


Bessie 


1851 


1781 


Charity 


219 




Charles Whittier 


1880 


1874 


Bessie Alice 


1540 


1765 


Charles 


118 


1848 


Charles William 


1141 


1883 


Hessie Amelia 


2114 




Charles 


2.{4 


1866 


Charles Willis 


1848 


1871 


Bessie Ellen 


1786 


1799 


Charles 


539 


1883 


Cliarles Wilson 


1822 


1678 


Bethiah 


19 


1800 


Charles 


548 


1794 


Charlotte 


646 


1729 


Bethiah 


92 


1801 


Charles 


362 


1801 


Charlotte 


642 


1779 


Betsey 


124 




Charles 


470 


1816 


Charlotte 


460 


1786 


Betsey 


214 




Charles 


493 


1804 


Charlotte 


857 


1786 


Betsey 


627 


1805 


Charles 


836 


1808 


Charlotte Angusta 


5.50 




Betsey 


433 


1816 


Charles 


769 


1824 


Charlotte E. 


1024 


1792 


Betsey 


450 




Charles 


1567 


1826 


Charlotte Eliza 


1.376 


1800 


Betsey 


269 




Charles 


1311 


18:!0 


Charlotte Kliza 


1372 


1803 


Betsey 


430 


1867 


Charles 


2227 


1848 


CharlotteHenderson 1965 


1831 


Betsey 


1024 


1876 


Charles 


2016 


1882 


Charlotte Sn.san 


1145 


1827 


Betsey iMaria 


537 


1801 


Charles A. 


2040 




Charlotte Tucker 


588 


1811 


Betsey Knwena 


584 


1877 


Charles Albert 


i860 


1779 


Cliauncey 


520 


1819 


Betsi-y Thatcher 


1330 


1861 


Charles Alvan 


1762 


1788 


Chester 


443 


1746 


Beulah 


67 


1850 


Charles Arthur 


1702 


1791 


Chester 


337 


1777 


Beulah 


211 


1812 


Charles Austin 


1297 


1823 


Chester 


8.52 




lieulah 


599 


1851 


Charles B. 


1210 


1856 


Chester 


1698 




Birtrand 


1577 


1849 


Cliarles Bingliani 


1374 


18S5 


Chester 


1699 


1865 


Blakelev 


1839 


18.34 


Charles Cheever 


1161 


l>i85 


Chester A. 


1757 




Bnuio thurber 


2081 


1839 


Charles E. 


2000 


1882 


Chester L. 


2095 



INDEX — JOHN OF DEDHAM. 



329 



1833 


Chester Newton 


1398 


1820 


David C. 


1032 


1878 


Eleanor Wilmot 


1045 


1760 


Chloe 


248 


1808 


David Dickinson 


797 


1794 


Electa 


649 


1812 


Chloc 


636 


1825 


David Willard 


1057 


1760 


Elias 


180 




Christianna 


231 


1772 


Davis 


272 


1787 


Elias 


504 




Christina 


483 


1793 


Davis 


531 


1832 


Elias Cornelius 


1081 


1829 


Clara 


1656 


1801 


Davis 


678 


1879 


Elida Edna 


1877 


1858 


Clara 


1785 


1838 


Davis 


1453 


1653 


Eliezur 


5 


1858 


Clara 


1637 


1685 


Dobt)rali 


13 


1796 


Elihu 


452 


1849 


Clara Josephine 


1530 


1715 


Deborah 


50 


1767 


Elijah 


259 


1864 


Clara Louisa 


1352 


1719 


Deborah 


89 


1826 


Elijah Leroy 


1429 


1855 


Clara Viola 


2088 


1779 


Delancia 


311 


1816 


Elijah Lyman 


1074 




Clarence 


1846 




Delancy 


752 


1772 


Elinor Evarts 


308 




Clarence 


1649 


1845 


Delia Ellen 


2003 


1770 


Eliplialet 


157 


1875 


Clarence Edward 


2203 


1864 


Delia M. 


964 


1807 


Eliphalet 


161 


1882 


Clarence Garfield 


1748 


1871 


Delia Sabra 


2144 


1885 


Elsie 


1219 


1»16 


Clarence Herbert 


1238 


1789 


Desdeniouia 


318 


1846 


Elsie Ann 


1591 


1875 


Clarence Herbert 


1942 


1749 


Desire 


70 




Elisha 


993 


1845 


Clarence Melville 


1726 


1847 


DeWitt Clinton 


2177 


1819 


Elisha Ford 


992 


1874 


Clarence O. 


2134 


1822 


Dezire 


1090 


1804 


Elisha Ritner 


1842 


1779 


Clarissa 


300 


1881 


Dora Elsie 


2140) 


1797 


Eliza 


156 


1792 


Clarissa 


387 


1846 


Dora Gertrude 


1490 




Eliza 


282 


1794 


Clarissa 


320 


1792 


Dorastus 


709 


1797 


Eliza 


757- 


1820 


Clarissa 


1012 




Dottie 


1309 


1823 


Eliza 


1470 


1834 


Clarissa 


376 








1864 


Eliza 


1267 


184 J 


Clarissa 


1586 




E 




1825 


Eliza Adeline 


1029 


1815 


Clark Osborn 


811 


1874 


Earl 


2015 


1789 


Eliza Aim 


606 


1866 


Clark Osborn 


2220 


1852 


Earl Bradford 


1904 


1821 


Eliza C. 


1300 


1794 


Climena 


660 


1830 


Earl Smith 


821 


1822 


Eliza Maria 


512 


1874 


Clinton Warren 


2269 


1879 


Eastman Rupert 


1861 


1685 


Elizabeth 


22 


1874 


Claton Orren 


2268 


1G57 


Ebenezer 


6 


1697 


Elizabeth 


18 


1828 


Collins 


1655 


1692 


Kbenezer 


16 


1716 


Elizabeth 


34 


1776 


Consider 


263 


1700 


Ebenezer 


27 


1753 


Elizabeth 


175 


1783 


Consider 


266 


1722 


Ebenezer 


59 


1756 


Elizabeth 


142 


1815 


Consider 


1384 


1724 


Ebenezer 


81 




Elizabeth 


223 


1875 


Constance 


1713 


1747 


Ebenezer 


244 


1778 


Elizabeth 


340 


1868 


Cora 


1867 


1759 


Ebenezer 


194 




Elizabeth 


449 




Cora 


1307 


1765 


Ebenezer 


200 




Elizabeth 


510 


1875 


Cora Bell 


1759 




Ebenezer 


526 


1833 


Elizabeth 


910 


1875 


Cora Eugenie 


1168 


1786 


Ebenezer 


615 




Elizabeth 


1009 


1810 


Cornelia 


573 


1816 


Ebenezer 


1277 


1847 


Eliza) leth 


1625 




Cornelia 


738 


1871 


Edgar Aldrich 


19.54 


1837 


Elizabeth Belinda 


1477 




Cornelia Sebring 
Cornelia Shorey 


470 


18G2 


Edgar Arnold 


2250 


1835 


Elizabeth E. 


1296 


1834 


1226 


1852 


Edgar Hmit 


1742 


184^1 


Elizabeth E. 


2062 


1840 


Cornelius Swarthoutl425 


1847 


Edgar Wilson 


2050 


1827 


Elizabeth Jane 


996 


186:i 


Courtenay 


1720 


1861 


Edith 


884 


1821 


Elizabeth Quincy 


1262 


1774 


Curtis 


122 


1867 


Edith Faustina 


1793 


1859 


Elizabeth Rogers 


1717 


1800 


Curtis 


354 


1879 


Edith M. 


2094 


1804 


Elizabeth Stearns 


701 


1799 


Curtis 


831 


1884 


Edith Walker 


1885 


1852 


Elizabeth Woodwardl695 


1827 


Curtis 


885 


1816 


Edmond 


805 




Ella 


1084c 


1860. 


Curtis jr. 


1718 


1831 


Edmund Curtis 


1104 




Ella 


1409 


1877 


Curtis 


1796 


1879 


Edna Louise 


815 




Ella 


1608 


1732 


Cynthia 


102 


1885 


Edna Smith 


1682 


1854 


Ella Covilla 


1865 


1768 


Cynthia 


306 


1789 


Edward 


654 


1850 


Ella L. 


1766 


1800 


Cynthia 


748 


1794 


Edward 


657 


1859 


Ella Lorinila 


1673 


1771 


Cyprian 


261 


1816 


Edward 


403 


1846 


Ella Marcena 


2119 


1770 


Cyrus 


271 


1880 


Edward 


2277 


1852 


Ella Viola 


1531 


1783 


Cyrus 


500 


1878 


Edward Anson 


1773 




Ellen 


737 


1789 


Cyrus 


629 


1839 


Edward Hates 


1062 




Ellen 


1285 


1815 


Cyrus 


681 


1841 


Edward Butts 


2168 


1844 


Ellen 


1606 




Cyrus 


862 


1832 


Edward Chipman 


1266 




Ellen 


1631 


1842 


CjTus Munroe 


1478 


18C4 


Edward Franklin 


1792 


1836 


Ellen Amanda 


468 




D 




1884 


Edward Gerry 


1643 


1875 


Ellen ("raig 
Ellen Lamira 


1428 






1879 


Edward Leslie 


2169 


l*4t 


829 


1738 


Dan 


96 


1872 


Edward Martin 


1936 


1846 


Ellen M. 


732 


1780 


Dan 


292 


1857 


Edward Payson 


1797 


1840 


Ellen Maria 


368 


1816 


Dan 


719 


1844 


Etlward Wayland 


914 


1840 


Ellen Maria 


1882 


1868 


Dana 


1710 




Edward Z. 


1575 


1856 


Ellen Monique 


1412 


1736 


Daniel 


84 


1882 


Edwin 


808 


1839 


ElleiL Roxanna 


1246 


1790 


Daniel 


655 


1829 


Edwin 


1974 




Ellen S. 


1271 


1792 


Daniel 


534 


1845 


Edwin Albert 


1899 


1843 


Ellen Sena 


1457 


1817 


Daniel Bond 


1329 


1856 


Edwin Lawrence 


1681 


1858 


Ellis Benjamui 


2079 


1860 


Daniel Hull 


1004 


1852 


Edwin Lyman 


1819 




Ellis Darwin 


2084 


1849 


Daniel J^eander 


2012 




Edwui I'orter 


1355 


1823 


Ellis Einmoiis 


1341 


1812 


Daniel Tyler 


705 


1861 


Edwin Stanley 


1705 


1869 


Ellis Richards 


881 


1877 


Daniel William 


2158 


1832 


Effbert Frederick 


1435 




Elmer 


2239 


1734 


David 


94 


1802 


E dora Florence 


2075 


1863 


Elmer Ellsworth 


2202 


1764 


David 


195 


1849 


Eldusta Louisa 


1460 


1879 


Elmer Haveu 


2090 


1782 


David 


293 


1860 


Eleanor 


1969 


1860 


Elmer 0. 


2102 



22 



330 



GUILD GENEALOGY. 



1828 


Elniira 


907 




Eugene Lyman 


1092 ' 


1R71 


Frank Albert 


1.589 


1W4 


Elvira B. 


1023 


1844 


Eugene Wallace 


1528 


18.57 


Frank Duett 


2106 


1823 


Elvira Eels 


1389 




Eunice 


179 


1881 


Frank Emmons 


2(M9 


1826 


Elvira Louisa 


IXiS 




Eunice 


188 


18.53 


Frank Eugene 


1488 


18(W 


Ehvin Ezra 


2247 


1753 


Eunice 


240 


18.56 


Frank Ford 


2213 


ISOit 


Emily 


1387 


1799 


Eunice 


523 


1851 


Frank Gerry 


1.539 


1820 


Emily 


807 


1814 


Eunice 


1073 


1849 


Frank Graves 


1131 




Emily 


770 


1818 


Eunice 


1405 


1876 


Frank Harvey 


2150 




Emily 


777 


1820 


Eunice 


1172 


18.57 


Frank Haven 


2089 


1842 


Emily 


1622 


1823 


Eunice 


1014 


18.53 


Frank Henry 


2129 


1857 


p:inily 


978 




Eunice 


1667 


1854 


Frank Henry 


1211 


1812 


Emily Aninnda 


1290 


1871 


Eva Adna 


1794 




Frank Huiiry 


1879 


1846 


Emily Ami'lia 


I5'.li» 


1883 


EvaB. 


17.56 


1845 


Frank M. 


1240 


1813 


Eiuily Augusta 


585 


1866 


Eva Estella 


2203 


1866 


Frank M. 


1688 


1836 


Emily Augusta 


01 !l 


1S67 


Eva Lillian 


l.^OO 


1870 


Frank Nelson 


11. •» 


182!» 


Emily Brown 


12(15 


1875 


Eva Marion 


2242 


1814 


Francis Kussell 


1291 


1829 


Emily Caroline 


516 


1821 


Evelia.AlariaFranccsl 196 


1857 


Fnuik S. 


ii;76 


1843 


Emily Eliza 


2002 


1862 


Everett Almon 


1824 


1865 


Frank Spencer 


1801 


1877 


Emily P^lizabeth 


1952 


1855 


Everett Leroy 


2105 




Frank T. 


1.576 


1838 


Emily Frances 


912 


1786 


Everitt 


317 


1863 


Frank Ware 


1895 


1872 


Emily llowhuul 


1941 


18S3 


Everitt Buniham 


2236 


1866 


Frank Wilson 


2195 


1870 


Emily Maria 


2274 


l.-^ll 


Everitt Emmett 


802 




Franklin 


601 


1817 


Emily Orman 


1385 




Everitts 


1628 




Franklin 


687 


1826 


Emily rarmenter 


1150 


1821 


Ezra 


721 


1851 


Franklin Darias 


2184 


1827 


Emily AVilder 


1051 


1835 


Ezra Phineas 


8!M 


1854 


Franklin Edward 


1783 


1807 


Emeline 


571 


1818 


E H. 


1299 




Fred 


1099 


1877 


Emeline 


2033 




F 






Fred 


1317 


1832 


Emeline Augusta 


1124 








Fred 


2100 


1810 


Emeline Letitia 


798 


1860 


Fannie Eliza 


2216 


1876 


Fred Hugh 


2165 


1872 


Emeline Tickiior 


1804 


1867 


Fannie Fidelia 


1809 


1865 


Fred Irving 


1896 


1835 


Emerson 


1566 


1878 


Fannie Helen 


22t^ 


1878 


Fred Marion 


21.56 


1862 


Emerson Jay 


1841 


1879 


Fannie Josephijie 


22(U 


1860 


Fred William 


2215 




Emma 


1084O 


1854 


Fiumie jMaria 


ICSO 


1878 


Fred SalTord 


1492 




Emraa 


1305 


1857 


Fannie Maria 


1744 


1833 


Frederic 


944 


1886 


Emma 


1558 




Fannie Morris 


1510 


1843 


Frederic 


1044 




Emma 


1647 


1773 


Fanny 


289 


1831 


Frederic Augustus 


1213 


1866 


Emma A. 


2071 


1855 


Fanny Carleton 


1799 


1868 


Frederic Haven 


1924 


1874 


Emma Ardell 


1795 


1867 


Fanny Richards 


880 


1826 


Frederick 


848 


1867 


Emma Elieabeth 


1763 


1829 


Fanny "NVoodbury 


1080 


1834 


Frederick 


508 


1870 


Ennua Frances 


1775 


1850 


Fayette "\V. 


2096 


1851 


Frederick 


1694 


1851 


Eimna I. 


2038 


1828 


Fayette Livingstone 1366 




Frederick 


1578 


1875 


Emma J. 


2044 


1840 


Fisher 


1047 




Frederick 


1668 


1845 


Emma Jane 


145S 


1874 


Forrest Butler 


1787 


1845 


Frederick Augustu 


9 1128 




Emma Jane 


1106 


1876 


Forrest Henry 


2145 


1866 


Frederick Bertie 


2252 


1855 


Emma Kelly 


1440 


1766 


Felix 


30.-) 


1860 


Frederick Branch 


1.582 


1840 


Emma I^ucretia 


5(i4 


1857 


Flora Abby 


2140 


1803 


Frederick Fenton 


323 


1861 


Emma jVIarion 


1919 


1848 


Flora Ann 


12.-)0 


1846 


Frederick Henry 


565 


1837 


Enuna Miranda 


1444 


18(!2 


Flora Isabel 


14.54 


ia56 


Frederick Ira 


1683 


1862 


Emma Orissa 


2109 


1858 


Flora Lucretia 


2244 


la-w 


Frederick L. 


868 


1865 


Emma R. 


2104 




Florence 


1.564 


1825 


Frederick I'orter 


882 




Emma Rosalie 


1268 


1852 


Florence A. 


1767 


18(>8 


Frederick Taft 


19;{9 


1843 


Emmons Dexter 


2048 


1S81 


Florence Alena 


785 


1864 


Frederick William 


2138 


1799 


Erastus 


666 


1885 


P^lorence Ellen 


1912 


1867 


Fredrica Agnes 


1130 


1819 


Erastus 


1332 


1872 


Florence ^laria 


1750 


1793 


Freedom 


511 


1823 


Erastus Ganyard 


1410 


1870 


Florice Adiue 


2026 




a 






Ernest 


1610 


1878 


Frances 


849 






1863 


Ernest Albert 


941 


1847 


Frances 


1831 


1782 


Gad 


315 


1855 


Ernest Alberto 


1152 


183t! 


Frances Adaline 


552 


1801 


Galen ' 


693 


1872 


Ernest Everett 


1776 


1827 


Frances Adelaide 


10.50 


\-Ki 


George 


117 


1860 


Ernest L. 


16S6 


18.13 


Frances Adeline 


1691 


1788 


George 


384 


1842 


Esen Zelotus 


1437 


1869 


Frances Caroline 


1426 


1798 


George 


453 


1857 


Estella Harriet 


2122 


1867 


Frances Edwards 


v.m 


1801 


George 


420 


1870 


Estelle Hortcnse 


2056 


i8;i9 


Frances Elizalieth 


13.58 


1812 


George 


764 


1721 


Esther 


80 


1880 


Frances Eugenia 


20:t4 


1818 


George 


845 


1744 


Esther 


210 


1884 


Frances Jane 


2107 


1827 


George 


1111 


1761 


Esther 


250 


1848 


Frances Lucena 


1902 




George 


1283 


1775 


Esther 


273 


1809 


Frances Niuson 


898 




George 


11.46 


1777 


Esther 


612 


1840 


Frances Rebecca 


1216 


1880 


George 


2230 


1798 


Esther 


268 


18.->4 


Frances Wheatou 


1233 


1822 


George A. 


921 


1825 


Esther Aurora 


1972 


IhOl 


Francis 


568 


1863 


George Albert 


1807 


1874 


Esther .-Mahcl 


2241 


1872 


Francis Ernest 


2163 


1826 


George Alfred 


854 


1880 


Ethel Marion 


1990 


1846 


Francis Eugene 


2031 


1861 


George Alfred 


1708 


.1869 


Etta Gertrude 


10117 




Francis (ioodrich 


1573 


1836 


George Austin 


1227 




Eugene 


1101 


1858 


Francis Oscar 


1993 


1849 


George Baniett 


1200 


1846 


Eugene Burdett 


2173 




Frank 


1096 


1858 


George Burleigh 


1497 


1881 


Eugene Edmund 


22tM> 




Frank 


1511 


1853 


George Burton 


2121 


.1881 


Eugene Howard 


2060 


1853 


Frank 


1627 


1844 


George C. 


812 


1861 


Eugene Lamotte 


2136 


1862 


Frank 


1871 


1880 


George Clark 


2234 



INDEX — JOHN OF DEDHAM. 



331 



1863 


George Cobb 


1929 


1844 


Hannah 


1048 1 


1855 


1825 


George Dwight 


883 




Hannah 


770 


1845 


1847 


George E. 


1765 


1839 


Hannah 


1621 


1834 


1833 


George Edward 


1177 


1833 


Hannah A. 


716 


1871 


1850 


George Everett 


1678 


1831 


Hannah B. 


1003 


1875 


1820 


George Feltoii 


1199 


1820 


Hannah Belcher 


9<'4 


1846 


1866 


George Francis 


2260 


1837 


Hannah E. 


729 1 


1751 


1814 


George French 


385 




Hannah Elizabeth 4431/0 


1789 


1846 


George Gerry 


1538 


1835 


Hannah Ellis 


928 


1814 


1852 


George H. 


1858 


1827 


Hannah Louise 


1058 


1844 




George H. 


1624 


1842 


Hannah Submit 


1123 


1873 


1834 


George Harrison 


984 


1832 


Hannah Weatherbee 943 


1813 


1880 


George Hazel 


1963 


1815 


Harlan 


739 


1843 


1817 


George Henry 


902 


1843 


Harlan B. 


737 


1818 


1836 


George Henry 


1220 


1878 


Harlev Clarence 


1869 




1873 


George Henry 


1955 


1886 


Harold 


1716 






George Herbert 


1259 




Harriet 


186 


1804 


1876 


George Homer 


1541 


1808 


Harriet 


583 


1824 


1836 


George Keith 


934 


1816 


Harriet 


555 


1834 


1860 


George Lincoln 


2074 


1813 


Harriet 


1383 


1840 


1830 


George Lewis 


1031 


1821 


Harriet 


846 




1876 


George Maurice 


2155 




Harriet 


850 


1870 


1871 


George Merrill 


10;i4 


1818 


H arriet 


1011 


1873 


1831 


George Morse 


908 


1827 


Harriet 


1473 


1831 


1826 


George Otis 


1342 


1865 


Harriet 


1414 


1837 


1836 


George Otis 


1245 




Harriet 


1551 


1856 


1832 


George Porter 


1118 


1844 


Harriet Almira 


1486 


1839 


1804 


George R. 


561 


1874 


Harriet Clothilde 


1712 


1826 


1826 


George Sidney 


820 


1832 


Harriet E. 


1060 


1859 


1848 


George Stallard 


1600 


1834 


Harriet Eliza 


1976 


lf'54 


1844 


George Standish 


1590 


1835 


Harriet Elizabeth 


467 


1867 


1868 


George W. 


2041 


1850 


Harriet Emeline 


2179 


1839 


1821 


George Washington 958 


1860 


Harriet Emily 


1684 


1849 


1837 


George Whitfield 


2024 


1842 


Harriet Everett 


1229 


1843 


1829 


George Whiting 


131 


1837 


Harriet Fannie 


1999 


1846 


1856 


George WilliamMayl735 


1836 


Harriet Irena 


1107 


1829 


1873 


Georgette Beatrice 


1711 


1825 


Harriet Jackson 


1264 


1866 


1852 


Georgiana 


1737 


1857 


Harriet Louisa 


1789 


1838 


1843 


Georgiana Emeline 


2118 


1833 


Harriet Maria 


1189 


1843 


1812 


Gerry 


723 


1834 


Harriet Maria 


1072 


1881 


1870 


Gertie G. 


1441 


1861 


Harriet Martha 


821a 


1863 


1864 


Gertrude 


1706 


1836 


Harriet Merrian 


1389 


1850 


1885 


Gertrude Elizabeth 2237 


1825 


Harriet Newell 


1079 


1815 


1846 


Gertrude Maria 


1249 


1825 


Harriet Parkman 


513 




1871 


Gertrude May 


1900 


1820 


Harriet Perry 


865 


1842 


1877 


Gertrude Warren 


1989 


1869 


Harriet Perry 


871 




1821 


Gilbert George 


1160 


1834 


Harriet Pvitnam 


1443 


1866 


1872 


Gilbert Herbert 


1165 


1838 


Harriet Survila 


1436 


1857 


1860 


Gilbert Leavitt 


2120 


1829 


Harriette Maria 


855 


1773 


1870 


Glen 


1849 


1815 


Harrison 


598 


1782 




Glen Ellis IIO6V2 




Harrison 


1254 


1800 


1857 


Gordon E. 


1685 


1886 


Harrold 


2167 


1802 


1865 


Grace 


1847 




Harry 


183 


1825 


1869 


Grace 


2127 




Harry 


1320 


1815 




Grace 


1308 


1880 


Harry 


2176 




1875 


Grace Adelaide 


2032 


1>'67 


Harry Bradford 


1897 


1799 


1881 


Grace Evelj-n 


2255 


1870 


Harry Keene 


1745 


1837 


1885 


Grace Lucile 


1823 


1803 


Harry Lincoln 


2137 


1852 


1859 


Gustavus Fisher 


939 




Harry Linwood 


1767b 


1846 


1847 


Gustavus Henry 


1731 


1865 


Harry Lyman 


1808 


1794 


1849 


Gustavus Julian 


1732 




Hiirvey 


482 


1794 


1851 


Gustavus Taft 


1232 


1826 


Harvey T>. 


1449 


1802 








1819 


Harvey L. 


1183 


1803 




B 




1850 


Harvey Merrill 


2149 


1806 




H. Webster 


1017 


1811 


Harvey Pond 


1327 




1717 


Hannah 


51 


1883 


Harvey Simmons 


2256 


1829 


1756 


Hannah 


65 


1865 


Hattie 


2226 


1830 


1747 


Hannah 


173 


1872 


Hattie A. 


1483 


1832 


1702 


Hannah 


167 


1865 


Hattie Emmeline 


2070 


1827 


1781 


Hannah 


312 


1876 


Hattie Julia 


895 


1883 


1790 


Hannah 


419 




Hattie Louise 


1767a 


1S85 


1800 


Hannah 


448 


1875 


Helen 


889 


1874 


1805 


Hannah 


393 


1832 


Helen Augusta 


1975 


1867 


1812 


Hannah 


431 


1879 


Helen Gertrude 


1956 


1835 




Hannah 


5001/2 


1844 


Helen Frances 


554 


1873 


1821 


Hannah 


741 


1862 


Helen Frances 


1154 






Hannah 


750 


1847 


Helen Louise 


951 


1824 


1827 


Hannah 


1117 


1866 


Helen Lucretia 


1957 


1840 



Helen M. 2097 

Helen Mar 1360 

Helen Maria 1125 

Helen Maria 2248 

Helen Tracy 1922 

Hellen 967 

Henian 71 

Heman 215 

Henian 597 

Heman Orestas 1257 

Henian Orestas 1960 

Henrietta 90O 

Henrietta Maria 1278 

Henry 404 

Henry 472 

Henry 694 

Henry 772 

Henry 847 

Henry S82 

Henry 946 

Henry 775 

Henry 2229 

Henry A. 2043 

Henry Aaron 439 

Henry Abbott 1878 

Henrv Albert 1379 

Henry Alden 2025 

Henry Chase 1204 

Henry Eliot 1968 

Henry F. 2069 

Henry Fox 1707 

Henry Franklin 1468 

Henry Frobisher 952 

Henry Gardner 1167 

Henry Gardner 1218 

Henry Hobart 823 

Henry Marion 2126 

Henry Melvin 1585 

Henry Messenger 1239 

Henry Parker 1862 

Henry Taft 1933 

Henry Tracy 1913 

Henrietta 567 

Henrietta 688 

Henrietta Adaline 2117 

Herbert E. 1075 

Herbert Lincoln 1934 

Herbert W. 2053 

Hermon 329 

Hernion 527 

Hermon 695 

Hermon 771 

Hernion 1614 

Hermon Leonard 1181 

Hermon M. 2148 

Hiram 691 

Hiram 1619 

Hiram Abiff 2180 

Hiram Eugene 2182 

Horace 417 

Horace 451 

Horace 392 

Horace 664 

Horace 697 

Horace 765 

Horace 938 

Horace Everet 983 

Horace Harvey 1419 

Horatio 924 

Howard 2170 

Howard Fisher 1781 

Howard Maxcy 1777 

Howard Redwood 1935 

Hugh Wellington 1476 

Hugh William 1951 

Haldah 1584 

Huldah Evans 976 

Huldah Maria 972 



332 



GUILD GENEALOGY. 





Huldah Sophia 


2147 


1831 


Jane Eliza 


826 


1809 


John Burleigh 


704 


1827 


Hull Newtoii 


1395 


1825 


Jane Hale 


46;< 


1863 


John K. 


1687 




I 




1S46 


Jannette Elizabeth 


1529 


1885 


John Early 


2087 






1793 


Jarins 


640 


1810 


John Ktlmund 


1281 


1852 


Ida Barker 


1461 


1808 


Jar vis 


780 


1820 


John Edward 


1407 


1851 


Idii Ella 


14U4 


178;} 


Jason 


484 


1S56 


John Frank 


1892 


ISTu 


liUi Evelyn 


2073 


1799 


Jasiin 


558 


1840 


John (Jood 


1479 


1858 


Ida Meliuda 


190>o 


1824 


Jason Ferdinand 


1149 




John Henry 


1282 


1841 


Illeone E. 


1982 


1S45 


Jiusper Jackson 


989 


1842 


John Henry Prescott 973 


1800 


Increase Sumner 


1274 


1853 


Jean Aitken 


1788 


IK.13 


John Hovt 


1423 


1794 


Ira 


414 


1H58 


Jennie 


1866 


1.H50 


John Hull 


1601 


1875 


Irena 


2231 


1861 


Jennie E. 


1001 


1849 


John Lilly 


1491 


17it8 


Irene 


353 


1876 


Jennie Alberta 


2059 


1H26 


John McKinney 


2011 


1823 


Irene Amanda 


1393 




Jennie Estelle 


1767c 


1«25 


John Milton 


1174 


1860 


Irving Tracy 


1916 


1862 


Jennie Louisa 


1547 


1X28 


John Phipps 


918 


17'J8 


Isaac 


43.-. 


ls:.7 


Jennie Thurston 


1581 


ls4,s 


John Pri<-e 


1313 


1794 


Isaac 


538 


1H50 


Jennie Clillord 


1736 


1.H73 


John Russell 


2154 


ISM 


Ihaac Eraiitiia 


440 


1711 


Jeremiah 


32 


1.H44 


John Warren 


948 


I^IG 


Isaac Millett 


966 


1746 


Jeremiah 


105 


1S36 


John William 


1424 


1831 


Isaac Orr 


1206 


1770 


Jeremiah 


307 


1814 


Jonathan Harwood 


706 


1820 


Isa^ic Philips 


1391 


1792 


Jeremiah 


319 


1823 


Jonathan Ellis 


1346 


1840 


Isabel li. 


1295 




Jeremiah 


759 




Jonathan Ellis 


2080 


1869 


Isadora 


1996 




Jeremiah 


782 


1871 


Jonathan Francis 


1931 


1690 


Israel 


15 


1862 


Jeremiah 


1605 


1(194 


Joseph 


17 


1729 


Israel 


54 


1772 


Jerusha 


255 


1714 


Joseph 


73 


1766 


Israel 


147 


1789 


Jeriisha 


638 


1716 


Joseph 


66 


1767 


Israel 


169 


1794 


Jerusha 


140 


1724 


Josei)li 


49 


1791 


Israel 


445 


18116 


Jerusha 


669 


1729 


Josei)h 


62 


1795 


Israel 


415 


I7C5 


Jesse 


168 


1735 


Joseph 


64 


1807 


Israel 


457 


1769 


Jesse - 


207 


1748 


Joseph 


245 


1803 


Israel Stewart 


413 


1826 


Jesse 


1085 


1751 


Joseph 


174 


1777 


Ivory 


291 


1862 


Jesse B. 


1119 


1760 


Joseph 


166 




J 




1885 


Jessie 


1864 


i7i;o 


Joseph 


198 






1872 


Jessie E. 


2174 


1765 


Joseph 


153 




J. Allie 


1508 


1880 


Jessie Ida 


1170 


1778 


Joseph 


210 




J. W. 


491 


1871 


Jessie May 


1874 


1779 


Joseph 


276 


1735 


Jabez 


99 


1880 


Jessie Swift 


l)<l.i 


17.H6 


Joseph 


624 


1722 


Jacob 


53 


1769 


Joab 


284 


1794 


Joseph 


489 


1760 


Jacob 


128 


1794 


Joab 


410 


1794 


Joseph 


556 


1776 


Jacob 


152 


1687 


Joanna 


23 


1801 


Joseph 


442 


1775 


Jacob 


330 


1819 


Job 


720 


1803 


Joseph 


455 


1782 


Jacob 


382 


1764 


Joel 


257 


1816 


Joseph 


481 


1794 


Jacob 


461 


1765 


Joel 


130 


1843 


Joseph 


1217 


1800 


Jacob 


832 


1787 


Joel 


653 




Joseph 


1302 


1847 


Jacob Henry 


1607 


1793 


Joel 


446 


1879 


Josejdi 


1927 


1731 


Jaiues 


93 


1796 


Joel 


389 


1841 


Joseph Edward 


1136 


1781 


James 


^41 


1806 


Joel 


635 


1825 


Jose))h Edwin 


1167 


1782 


James '' 


334 


1844 


Joel A. 


922 


1S27 


Jose|)h Edwin 


514 




James 


469 


1823 


Joel Anson 


915 


1842 


Joseph Grafton 


1364 


1789 


James 


689 


1840 


Joel Consider 


2116 


1827 


Joseph Henry 


1175 


1811 


James 


842 


1H44 


Joel Henry 


931) 


1844 


Joseph Henry 


1127 




James 


774 


1616 


Jolin 


1 


1870 


Josejih Luther 


1940 




James 


1645 


1616 


John 


2 


1836 


Joseph Kitner 


1088 


1865 


James 


1697 


1649 


John 


4 




Jose])h Koswell 


1(>39 




James 


1562 


16.S3 


John 


12 


1846 


Joseph Wetherell 


1886 


1857 


James 


2188 


16H7 


John 


14 


1801 


Josepha 


M4 


1878 


James 


2232 


1690 


.)ohu 


24 


1842 


Josephine 


1191 


1812 


James Addison 


961 


1721 


Jolm 


4fi 


ia52 


Josephine 


1700 


1818 


James Albert 


1182 


1712 


John 


72 


1847 


Josephine Annette 


1980 


1845 


James Heujarain 


1140 


1749 


.lohu 


21X 


1827 


Josei>hine Ennna 


515 




James Halsey 


471 


1755 


John 


241 


1853 


Joseiihine May 


17;J4 


1859 


James llanl'ord 


1595 


1760 


John 


144 


1844 


Josephine Rachel 


947 


1855 


James Lawrence 


1672 


1763 


John 


187 


1694 


Josiah 


25 




James Orvill 


1507 


1764 


John 


283 


1723 


Josiah 


90 


ia52 


James Ivodf^ers 


1602 


1769 


J ohn 


288 


1775 


J osiah 


290 


1807 


James Uussell 


703 


1772 


Jolin 


133 




Josiah 


594 


1835 


James Warren 


1178 




John 


220 


1831 


Josiah Fiske 


856 


1874 


James Warren 


1876 




John 


235 


1787 


Josiah Quincy 


605 




James Wesley 


1642 


1783 


John 


614 


1878 


Josie Honeywell 


1169 


1862 


James Willard 


1790 


1792 


John 


40« 


1697 


Juflith 


26 


1823 


James William 


974 


1797 


John 


65S 


1767 


Judith 


196 


1807 


Jano 


837 


1SU3 


John 


398 


1824 


Judith Ann 


2010 


1830 


Jane 


980 


1810 


John 


715 


1794 


Julia 


690 




Jaue 


1520 


1820 


John 


956 


1799 


Julia 


861 




Jane 


1583 




John 


1832 


1798 


Julia 


1273 




Jane 


1997 


1850 


John 


1857 


1822 


Julia 


1067 


1864 


Jane Amelia 


1499 


ISOl 


John B. 


1314 




Julia 


760 


1828 


Jane E. 


726 


1835 


John Belcher 


1005 


1846 


Julia A. 


949 



ESTDEX — JOHN OF DEDHAM. 



833 



1811 


Julia Ann 


1382 


1885 


Lilly 


1493 




Luther 


474 


1819 


Julia Ann 


1406 


1881 


Livingstone 


1556 


1803 


Luther 


696 


1813 


Julia Ann 


1146 


1853 


Lizzie Jane 


1743 


1848 


Luther 


1523 


1845 


Julia Ann 


2028 


1745 


Lois 


100 


1833 


Luther A. 


1474 


1817 


Julia Amy 


1386 


1751 


Lois 


239 




liUthera 


1519 


1872 


Julia K. 


813 


1753 


Lois 


112 


1777 


Lydia 


177 


1832 


Julia Catherine 


1035 


1770 


Lois 


254 


1795 


Lydia 


617 


1827 


Julia E. 


1289 


1786 


Lois 


302 


1767 


Lydia Adams 


287 


1827 


Julia Elina 


979 




Lois 


528 


1826 


Lydia Ann 


374 


1879 


Julia Ethel 


2166 


1807 


Lois 


733 


1816 


Lydia Day 


755 


1834 


Julia Frances 


825 




Lona 


2281 


1783 


Lydia Esen 


^646 


1843 


Julia Merton 


518 


1865 


Lora Elsine 


1133 


1883 


Lydia Jane 


786 


1835 


Julia Rebecca 


1061 


1856 


Lora Evaline 


2243 


1851 


Lydia Jennette 


1890 


1860 


Julia Rozelle 


2245 




Loren 


745 


1822 


Lydia Turner 


995 


1840 


Julietta 


1978 


1815 


Loren Gushing 


1298 


1813 


Lysander 


736 


1852 


Julietta Fitzland 


925 




Loren Roy 


1643 








1797 


Juliette 


360 


1849 


Loren W. 


2004 




m 




1806 


Julius 


779 


1823 


Lorenzo Lawrence 


1180 


1804 


Mabel 


668 


1850 


Julius 


1046 


1821 


Lorinda Ann 


1333 


1881 


Mabel 


1774 




Julius 


1634 


1818 


Lormg 


1548 


1800 


Mabel Aenella 


1134 




Julius 


1650 


1832 


Lorraine Laban 


1405 


1877 


Mabel Amanda 


2112 


1865 


Julius Edwin 


1641 


1811 


Louisa 


395 


1875 


Mabel Elizabeth 


2085 




Julius Frank 


1648 


1808 


Louisa 


1280 


1875 


Mabel Esther 


1467 


1849 


Julius James 


1986 


1813 


Louisa 


843 


1871 


Mabel Evelyn 


1987 




July 


1312 


1821 


Louisa 


818a 


1871 


Mabel Kellogg 


1803 




K 




1823 


Louisa 


1613 


1868 


Maggie 


706b 






1829 


Louisa 


438 


1878 


Mainard Romine 


1909 


1866 


Katherine Eliot 


1971 


1844 


Louisa 


1434 


1849 


Malzena A. 


2051 


1870 


Katherine Pearl 


1129 


1815 


Louisa Ann 


839 




Mamie 


1322 




Kate 


1286 


1802 


Louisa Adams 


909 




Mamie 


1579 


1873 


Katie Dell 


2205 


1854 


Louisa Estella 


2181 


1866 


Mamie Joanna 


1533 


1866 


Katie M. 


1872 


1825 


Louisa M. 


1415 


1864 


Mamie L. 


1002 


1857 


Katie Maria 


1032 


1824 


Louisa Maria 


1375 


1857 


Manley Albert 


1463 


1719 


Keziah 


52 


1833 


Louisa Maria 


1373 


1798 


Marceha 


698 


1845 


Kezlah Forristall 


1522 


1858 


Louis A. 


2039 


1777 


Margary 


 164 




L. 




1825 


Louis Adrian 


1334 


1736 


Margaret^ 


95 






1864 


Louis Henry 


1708 


1747 


Margaret"' 


217 


1801 


Laban 


692 


1868 


Louis S. 


1481 


1751 


Margaret 


246 


1825 


LaPrelette B. 


866 




Lovina 


477 


1759 


IMargaret 


280 


1803 


Laura 


581 


1839 


Loviiia E. 


964 


1772 


Margaret 


619 


1800 


Laura 


667 


1841 


Lovinia Almeda 


1GG2 


1802 


Margaret 


700 




Laura 


761 


1813 


Lyman Perkins 


804 


1803 


Margaret 


560 




Laura 


1318 


1860 


Lueetta Sarah 


1413 




Margaret 


1654 


1864 


Laura O. 


2103 


1856 


Lucia Drew 


1251 


1886 


Margaret 


1944 


1847 


Laura Taft 


1230 


1765 


Lucinda 


278 


1830 


Margaret Ann 


1176 


1838 


Lauretta VVheaton 


1235 


1811 


Lucinda 


401 


1840 


Margaret A nn 


828 


1853 


Laura Virginia La- 


1801 


Lucinda 


322 


1851 


Margaret Elvira 


1592 




tonia 


1350 


1844 


Lucinda Hartshorn 931 


1866 


Marguerite Loring 


1709 


1804 


Lauriston 


680 




Lucius Adams 


1122 


1880 


Marjory Jarane 


1910 


1875 


La Vina 


1554 


1823 


Lucretia 


577 




Maria 


232 


1758 


Lavinia 


165 


1819 


Lucretia 


535 


1813 


Maria 


595 


1821 


Lawrence Winfield 


1365 


1825 


Lucretia Jane 


917 




Maria 


505 


1823 


Leman Andrew 


819 


1761 


Lucy 


116 


1815 


Maria 


901 


1878 


Leman Andrew 


2222 




Lucy 


189 


1817 


Maria 


835 


1803 


Leiidamine Draper 569 


1781 


Lucy 


613 


1824 


Maria 


905 


1878 


Lenie Ethel 


2270 


1788 


Lucy 


348 


1836 


Maria 


367 


1795 


Leonard 


434 


1790 


Lucy 


487 


1829 


INIaria Angenette 


1159 


1805 


Lenora 


672 


1804 


Lucy 


524 


1848 


Maria D. 


2064 


1839 


Lenora Kelly 


1445 


1807 


Lucy 


582 


1802 


Maria Daggett 


679 


1855 


Leonora 


1784 


1822 


Lucy 


1173 


1827 


Maria G. 


1022 


1830 


Lepha Emily 


1343 


1851 


Lucy 


789 


1843 


Maria Jane 


1979 


1881 


Lester 


1557 


1825 


Lucy Ann 


1347 


1852 


Maria Jane 


2005 


1805 


Levi Graves 


456 


1830 


Lucy Ann 


1421 


1852 


iMaria L. 


2068 


1865 


LeviK. 


1120 




Lucy Ann 


1284 




Maria Olivia 


1258 


1786 


Lewis 


380 


1873 


Lucy Ann 


1875 


1829 


Marian 


297 


1795 


Lewis 


418 


1780 


Lucy Blake 


212 




Marian 


1100 


1783 


Lewis 


625 


1823 


Lucy Hlake 


1447 


1880 


Marietta 


KHl 


1818 


Lewis 


897 


1815 


Lucy Cutler 


1288 


1821 


Marietta Warren 


1155 


1830 


Lewis A. 


1026 


1830 


Lucy Eglantine 


1390 




Marianna Charlotte 886 


1881 


Lewis A. 


2045 


1863 


Lufy Maria 


878 


1848 


Marilda Frances 


1665 


1842 


Lewis Albert 


1723 


1823 


Lucy May 


970 


1849 


Marion Ahuira 


1852 




Lewis Clarence 


1727 


1851 


Lulie Ann Noyes 


2076 


1880 


Marion I'.dith 


2161 


1817 


Lewis Hale 


816 




Lnra 


2280 


1876 


Marion Kunice 


1816 


1848 


Lewis Lyman 


991 


1830 


Lurelle Walker 


1432 


1859 


Marion Frances 


1761 


1864 


LewiaTluirberLazell2083 


1793 


Lurinda 


656 


1848 


Marion Lavanche 


1403 


1856 


Lilla Victoria 


1532 


1793 


Lusanna 


34(! 


1845 


Marion Olivia 


1907 


1853 


lillian Augusta 


18M 




Lusaima 


1563 


1826 


Mariuni L. 


1411 


ISC'J 


Lillian I. 


2092 


1827 


Lusannah H. 


|867 


1880 


Marjory Jarane 


1960 



334 



GUILD GENEALOGY. 



1805 
1850 
1860 
1880 
182!) 
1815 

1842 
1817 
1842 
1860 
1854 
1835 
18.'« 
1803 
1837 
17S6 
1808 
1819 
1857 
1881 
1707 
1709 
171C 
1727 
1743 
1735 
1741 
1754 
1755 
1755 
1761 
1772 

1762 
17G9 
1772 
1794 
1814 
1824 
1858 
1872 



1836 
1802 

1867 
1864 
1880 
1827 
1802 
1806 
1812 

1807 
1828 
1829 
1836 
1831 
1867 
1807 
1825 
1824 
1843 
1821 
1832 
1833 
1844 
1840 
1846 

1853 
1854 
1866 
1883 
1830 



AIiir.M'He J. 

M:ii>()n Auffustus 

Mar^lml L. 

Marshall 

IMartha 

aiartlia 

Martlia Ann 

Martha Caroline 

:Martlia Celia 

Martlia Kuiiice 

Martlia Florence 

Martha Jane 

Martlia Louisa 

Martlia May 

Jlartha May 

Martin 

Martin 

Martin 

Martin Edwin 

Martin Louis 

Mary 

IMary 

Jfarv 

MarV 

Mar> 

Mary 

iAIary 

Mary 

Mary 

Mary 

Mary 

Mary 

JMary 

JMary 

Mary 

Mary 

Mary 

Mary 

Jlary 

Mary 

Mary 

Mary 

Mary 

Mary 

Mary Adalaide 

Mary A delaine 

IMary Adelaine 

ISIary Adelia 

jNlary Alice 

3Iary Alice 

Mai-j' Amelia 

Mary Ann 

M;iry Ajin 

Mary Ann 

Mary Ann 

Mary Ann 

Jlary Ann 

Mary Ann 

Mary Ann 

Mary Ann Maria 

Mary Augusta 

Mary Davis 

IMary E. 

Mary E. 

Mary Eliza 

IMary Elizabeth 

Mary Elizaheth 

Mary Elizabeth 

3Iary Klizabeth 

Mary Elizabeth 

Mary lOlizabeth 

Mary Ella 

Mary Ella 

Mary Ella 

Mary Ella 

Mary Ennna 

ilary Fuirbaiiks 



366 


1817 


Mary Farnhain 


968 


; 1823 


Miranda 


536 


2200 


1854 


IMary Frances 


2078 


1837 


Miranda Frances 


542 


IV.IS 


1862 


Mary Crace 


1947 


1848 


Myron Laburton 


1908 


2193 


1816 


Mary Irene 


792 




Myrtie 


1306 


810 




Mary Jane 


600 








683 


1816 


Mary Jane 


1276 




N 




140H 


1837 


Mary Jane 


1042 




Naamah 


181 


9.HS 




IMary Jane 


1323 


1737 


Nancy 


74 


1369 


1838 


Mary .lane 


1536 




Nancy 


185 


1598 


1839 


Mary Jane 


2023 




Nancy 


383 


1855 




Mary Jane 


1629 




Nancy 


492 


2077 


1841 


Mary Jane 


2172 


1782 


Nancy 


623 


911 


1H30 


Mary Joanna 


1418 


1791 


Nancy 


545 


1363 


1859 


Mary Juliette 


875 


1800 


Nancy 


422 


386 


1819 


Mary Lavanche 


1387 


1818 


Nancy 


576 


1120 


1872 


Mary Louisa 


2275 




Nancy 


609 


M3 


1865 


Mary Louise 


1953 




Nancy 


637 


117 


1877 


IMary M. 


814 


1824 


Nancy 


4.36 


1469 


1877 


Mary IMaud 


1690 


1834 


Nancy C. 


728 


2223 


1839 


Mary IMcsseneer 


1228 


1848 


Nancy Dora 


2186 


2151 


1829 


Mary V. 


1023 




Nancy E. 


1270 


31 


18G5 


Mary Tuft 


870 


1828 


Nancy Fisher 


937 


37 


1850 


IMary Virginia La- 


1825 


Nancy Jane 


540 


88 




tonia 


1349 




Nancy Jane 


1356 


61 


1822 


ISIarv Zopeda 


1392 


1837 


Nancy Jane 


la^T 


87 


1766 


IMati'Ula 


253 


1719 


Naphtali 


58 


106 




Matilda 


1630 


1755 


Naphtali 


182 


103 


1878 


Matis 


2017 


1782 


Nathan 


178 


247 


1875 


Mattie Louise 


1830 


1800 


Nathan 


412 


192 


1869 


Maud 


1730b 




Nathan 


490 


228 


1877 


IMaud Calfernia 


2212 


1678 


Nathaniel 


10 


193 


1877 


Maude Louise 


1747 


1712 


Nathaniel 


38 


163 


1883 


Maud Meeker 


1964 


1 739 


Nathaniel 


107 


224 


1820 


IMauran Harlow 


1293 


1700 


Natlianiel 


170 


303 




May 


1611 


1768 


Nathaniel 


119 


327 


1708 


IMehitable 


36 


1775 


Nathaniel 


134 


338 


1752 


Mehitable 


111 


1778 


Nathaniel 


204 


155 




Melinda 


851 


1770 


Nathaniel 


328 


426 


1848 


Mcliiida Jane 


1184 


1791 


Nathaniel 


345 


1336 


1831 


Melissa J. 


1544 


1795 


Nathaniel 


a59 


2070 




Mclvina 


1843 


1804 


Nathaniel 


399 


888 


1719 


Mercy 


79 


1837 


Nathaniel Grovenerl234 


1561 


1738 


Mercy 


75 


1821 


Nathaniel Hewins 


890 


2' 20 


1747 


Mercy 


109 


1832 


Nathaniel L. 


869 


2171 




Mercy 


229 


ISIO 


Nathaniel Metcalf 


574 


553 


1758 


Mercy 


242 


1813 


Nathaniel Tyler 


402 


592 


1800 


Mercy 


699 




Nelia 


860 


589 


1765 


Meribah 


148 


1805 


Nellie 


2133 


2111 


1748 


Molly 


69 


1868 


Nellie 


2152 


lOOf! 


1816 


IMorris Lyon 


707 


1867 


Nellie Edith 


2091 


1542 


1839 


Mortimer Allen 


2046 


1864 


Nellie Frances 


1455 


1371 


1725 


Moses 


44 


1863 


Nellie Hannah 


1696 


549 


1755 


IMoses 


113 


1869 


Nellie Isabelle 


2143 


856 


1772 


Jloses 


151 


1883 


Nellie Marion 


911 


459 


1792 


Moses 


350 


l'<74 


Nelli(> Maud 


2253 


501 


1810 


Moses 


7('8 


1870 


Nellie Wayland 


^1^ 


834 


1866 


Moses 


879 


1863 


Nessle Heywood 


1420 


1860 


IMoses D wight 


876 


1872 


Nettie 


1873 


13r.3 


1821 


Moses Ellis 


874 


1883 


Nettie 


2214 


1977 


1747 


Jlichael 


68 


1859 


Nettie Potter 


946 


927 


1882 


jMildred Alice 


1798 


1802 


Newell 


355 


1923 


1883 


IMildrcd Whyte 


1730c 


1821 


Newell 


1013 


840 


1869 


Millie 


1868 


1844 


Newman 


1623 


999 


1863 


Milo J. 


2190 ' 


1.H68 


Newman Hall 


1828 


1472 


1795 


Milton 


522 


1843 


Newton Joseph 


l,')2l 


1485 


1868 


IMiiia Roselia 


2209 


1774 


Noah 


620 


801 


18G8 


Minerva Frances 


1164 




Norris 


1563 


460 


1852 


Alinna 


1733 




Norman 


652 


1362 




Minnie 


1669 


1871 


Norman 


2240 


1489 


1855 


Minnie E. 


2052 


1827 


Norman Polly 


1615 


803 


1862 


Minnie Ella 


2271 


1878 


Nott Erwin 


2276 


1728 


1868 


IMiiiiiie Elsie 


1588 








1098 


1861 


Minnie French 


877 




O 




1242 


1861 


Minnie Harriet 


795 • 


1762 


Olive 


145 


2035 


1H69 


Minos Chester 


2123 


1768 


Olive 


260 


1515 


1872 


Miriam 


]4-.'7 


1796 


Olive 


141 


20' ;i 


1847 


Miriam Olive 


1241 


1.H00 


Olive 


659 


926 i 


1799 


Miranda 


396 i 


1812 


Olive 


953 



IKDEX — JOHN OF DEDHAM. 



335 



1820 


Olive 


903 


1833 


Preston Merrit 


1514 




8 




1826 


Olive 


437 




Price 


1632 


1883 


Sadie Jane 


1863 


1821 


Olive Abigail 


1388 


1770 


Priscilla 


132 


1775 


Sally 


209 


1829 


Olive Cornelia 


1396 


1829 


Priscilla Ajin 


997 


1777 


Sally 


313 


1831 


Olive Covell 


1225 


1850 


Prudence Martha 


1053 


1779 


Sally 


275 


1822 


Olive L. 


373 








1791 


Sally 


381 


185G 


Olive Lincoln 


1738 








1803 


Sally 


724 


1821 


Olive Stewart 


909 




R 




1808 


Sally 


371 


1755 


Oliver 


126 




Rjichel 


475 


1801 


Sally Smith 


680 


1773 


Oliver 


262 


1797 


Rachel 


632 


1647 


Samuel 


3 


1780 


Oliver 


379 


1810 


Riichel 


162 


1677 


Samuel 


9 


1815 


Oliver 


896 




Ransford 


1833 


1701 


Samuel 


28 


1840 


Oliver Arnold 


1981 




Rmsom 


751 


1704 


Samuel 


30 


1825 


Oliver E. 


1394 




Riilph 


237 


1719 


Samuel 


41 


1875 


Oliver H. 


1859 


1801 


Ralph 


236 


1723 


Samuel 


48 


1791 


Oliver Robinson 


639 


1855 


Rrtlph 


1527 


1734 


Samuel 


83 


1800 


Olivia 


532 


1879 


liay Colton 


1820 


1739 


Samuel 


66- 


1833 


Olivia 


1431 


1CT9 


Raymond Lord 


2160 


1743 


Samuel 


104 


1824 


Olivia Lyon 


1448 


1721 


Rebecca 


42 


i;46 


Samuel 


108 


1800 


Orissavilla 


663 


1779 


Rebecca 


332 


1749 


Samuel 


101- 


1828 


Orlando 


1086 


1784 


Rebecca 


335 


1755 


Samuel 


176- 




Orlando Hawkes 


1004 


1801 


Rebecca 


559 


1762 


Samuel 


249- 


1852 


Orlo Strong 


1671 


1777 


Rebecca 


621 


1759 


Samuel 


115- 


1834 


Orra Elizabeth 


1038 




Rebecca 


1325 


1763 


Samuel 


256- 


1868 


Orra Elizabeth 


1770 


1801 


Rel)ecca Eaton 


397 


1766 


Samuel 


149 


1841 


Oscar Adelbert 


2001 


1827 


Rebecca Felton 


541 


1766 


Samuel 


205, 


1857 


Oscar Downing 


2006 




Rebecca M. 


352 


1777 


Samuel 


274 


1843 


Oscar Loring 


1995 


1824 


Rebecca T. 


998 


1792 


Samuel 


630 


1816 


Oscar Nelson 


1292 


1762 


Reuben 


199 


1774 


Samuel 


339 


1845 


Oscar S. 


597b 


1770 


Reuben 


618 


1777 


Samuel 


331 


1804 


Oswin 


643 


1793 


Reuben 


388 


1781 


Samuel 


301 


1763 


Otis 


251 




Reuben 


773 


1785 


Samuel 


647 


1833 


Otis A. 


1451 


1822 


Reuben Aldridge 


904 


1786 


Samuel 


485 


1821 


Otis Gilbert 


1185 


1822 


Reuben Dunham 


2009 


1788 


Samuel 


407 


1841 


Otis S. 


597a 


1813 


Reuben Haskell 


1337 


1788 


Samuel 


628 








1864 


Reuben Lawrence 


1741 


1793 


Samuel 


578 








1801 


Rhoda 


454 


1795 


Samuel 


351 




P 




1829 


Rhoda 


1103 


1806 


Samuel 


424 


1856 


Pacific 


706a 


1852 


Rhoda Oriska 


1404 


1816 


Samuel 


685 


1835 


Pariia Plumb 


1659 


1726 


Richard - 


91 


1818 


Samuel 


682 




Parthenia 


1084b 


1762 


Richard - 


277 




Sanmel 


762 


1794 


Patty 


756 


1762 


Richard 


281 


1809 


Samuel 


841 


1884 


Paul Moore 


1704 


1839 


Richmond Daniel 


1400 


1814 


Samuel 


9.54 


1824 


Paulina 


684 


1874 


Richmond Daniel 


2125 


1817 


Samuel 


863 


1832 


Penfleld Gould 


793 




Robert 


221 


1861 


Samuel 


1696 


1713 


Phebe 


33 




Robert 


1670 


1858 


Samuel Aldridgo 


1739 


1734 


Phebe 


98 


1855 


Robert Bradshaw 


1714 




Samuel D. 


€86 


1742 


Phebe 


86 


1883 


Robert F. 


1994 


1872 


Samuel David 


1773 


1753 


Phebe 


191 


1883 


Roliert Gassett 


1715 


1835 


Samuel Elbridge 


1039 


1760 


Phebe 


226 


1855 


Robert Wheaton 


1967 


1817 


Sauniel Eliot 


1018 


1765 


Phebe 


252 




Roberta 


1G20 


1819 


Samuel Eliot 


1261 


1785 


Phel)e 


626 


1805 


Rockwell 


725 


1850 


Samuel Eliot 


1966 




Phebe 


1635 


1876 


Rollin H. 


1484 


1834 


Samuel Ellis 


1036 


1799 


Phebe Davis 


670 


1841 


RoUin Henry 


1480 


1840 


Samuel F. 


730 


1803 


Phineas D. 


365 




Roinanzo Dorastus 


1506 


1824 


Samuel Foster 


405 


1827 


Pliineas Kellogg 


1069 


1818 


Rosetta 


1552 


1860 


Samuel Fred 


1946 


1874 


Phineas Kellogg 


1805 


1859 


Rosella May 


2199 


1825 


Samuel Harvey 


977 


1848 


Philander 


1526 




Roswell Smith 


593 


1831 


Samuel Harvey 


1243 


1876 


Philip A. 


2191 


1882 


Roy 


2278 


1818 


Samuel Simmons 


1147 


178H 


Philura 


648 


1871 


Roy Bergen 


1811 


1833 


Samuel Williams 


1344 


1822 


Phileua Case 


1331 


1836 


Royal Etlmond 


986 


1680 


Sarah 


20 


1775 


Plural 


509 


1783 


Roxa 


213 


1683 


Sarah 


21 


1777 


Plural 


310 


1845 


Roxanna 


788 


1702 


Sarah 


29 


1792 


Plyne 


521 


1816 


Roxanna Osbom 


800 


1723 


Sarah 


43 


1808 


Polina 


670 


1871 


Rozella May Jane 


2262 


1782 


Sanili 


65 


1769 


Polly 


270 


1873 


Ruby 


2230 


1743 


Sarah 


77 


1773 


Polly 


610 


1766 


Rufns 


206 


1757 


Sarah 


127 


1783 


Polly 


607 


1790 


Rufus 


296 


1763 


Sarah 


286 


1786 


Polly 


336 


1799 


Ruins 


586 


1820 


Sarah 


957 


1793 


Polly 


358 


1814 


Rufus 


718 


1785 


Sarah 


503 


1795 


Polly 


519 


1831 


Rufus Barnard 


1071 


1787 


Sarah 


486 


1797 


Polly 


321 


1861 


Rufus Cornelius 


1827 


1801 


Sarah 


423 




Polly 


629 




Rufus Haskins 


1605 




Sarah 


1008 


1798 


Polly 


633 


1781 


Ruth 


265 


1829 


Sarah 


1471 


1798 


Polly 


650 


1794 


Ruth 


631 


1833 


Sarah 


1004 




Polly 


675 




Ruth 


1084d 




Sarah 


1084a 


1801 


Polly 


159 


1875 


Rulh Emmons 


1926 




Sarah 


1633 


1865 


Polly Ann 


2219 


1814 


Ruth Morse 


1328 


1829 


Sarah Abigivil 


465 



Ji^t) 






GUILD GENEALOGY. 




1841 


Siirah Al)by 


2047 


1851 


Susie I. 


1991 


1854 


181G 


Sunili Arm 


844 


1H76 


Susie May 


1812 


1840 


1825 


Samli Aim 


971 


17(>5 


Sybil 


258 


1766 


1837 


Sarah Aim 


1179 


1778 


Sybil 


264 


1798 


1826 


Sarah Augusta 


1102 


1830 


Sybil Julia 


893 


1799 


1834 


Sarah C. 
Barali Caroline 


1038 


1874 


Sylvia May 


2249 


1826 
1841 


1857 


Sarah Cornelia 


2198 




T 








Sarah K. 


602 


1733 


Temperance 


97 


1855 


1831 


Sarah Klinor 


131>7 


1817 


Temiieranco 


740 


1H44 


1827 


Sarah Elizabeth 


1158 


1863 


Temperance Alniira 2207 


1885 


1850 


6arah Frances 


1487 


1733 


Timothy 


82 


1770 


1840 


Sarah Frances 


1537 


1779 


Timothy 


314 


1772 


1844 


Sariili Frances 


369 


1791 


Timotliy 


616 


1775 


1855 


Sarah Fo.Hter 


916 


1792 


Timothy 


409 


17S0 


1820 


Sarali Franklin 


1340 


1835 


Timothy 


1C)36 


1790 


1871 


Sarah (it-rtrudo 


1959 


1869 


Timothy 


2228 


1796 


1845 


Sarah Jane 


1446 


1856 


Timothy Franklin 


1594 


1804 


1862 


Sarah Jane 


220S 


1879 


Thacher llowland 


1943 


1816 


1824 


Sarah Jemima 


1068 


1758 


Thankful 


143 


1-^13 


1826 


Sarali Ke/iah 


722 


1784 


Thiuikful 


137 


1816 


1846 


Sarah Louise 


817 


1853 


Theodore 


1701 


1852 


1862 


Sarah Louise 


1719 


1861 


Theodore Winthrop 1729 


1878 


1861 


Sarah Lovina 


2218 


1786 


Thonuis 


294 




1845 


Sarah Liitliera 


1814 


1812 


Thomas 


717 


1852 


1832 


Sarah .Minerva 


984 


1878 


Thomas Arthur 


2113 


1862 


1810 


Sarah Wait 


1 26 


1868 


Thomas Ezra 


1534 


1861 


1832 


Sardius S. 


1442 


1866 


Thomas (iodilard 


1915 


1879 




Schuyler 


749 


1873 


Tliomas Lurelle 


U-.ii 


1833 




Schuyler 


1560 


1854 


Thoinas Morris 


1603 


1827 


1791 


Seamens 


488 


1817 


Thomas Nelson 


1339 


1847 


1878 


Seler S. 


2192 


1870 


Thomas S. 


2072 




1881 


Sena Mary 


2196 


1829 


Thomas Ward 


1070 


1830 


1819 


Seymour 


1549 


1806 


Truman 


325 


1803 


1877 


Seymour 


2175 


1825 


Truman 


809 


1650 


1791 


Slmbal 


609 


1850 


Triumm 


1626 




1862 


Sidney Paul 


1917 


1799 


Tyla 


429 




1853 


Sidney Smith 


1495 








1823 


1770 


Silas 


171 




V 




1871 


1776 


Silas 


299 


1871 


Veleda Cornelia 


2210 


1860 


1809 


Silas Brewster 


734 


1886 


Vera Florence 


2037 


1851 


1761 


Simeon 


285 


1874 


Vernon Eiuersou 


2211 


1872 




Simon Cornelio 


473 


18t54 


Vesta Ella 


2259 


1822 


1800 


Sophia 


651 


1870 


Veste 


2013 


1839 


1800 


Sophia 


758 


1886 


Viola 


1171 


1857 


1805 


So))hia 


702 


1800 


Virgil 


677 


1819 


1807 


Sojihia 


562 


1824 


Vir-il 


923 




1866 


Sophia Daggett 


1930 


184; 


Vir;iil iManlius 


1459 


1812 




Sophronia 


298 


1858 


Virt;inia May 


566 


1860 


1804 


Sophronia 


324 


1846 


Virt;uiia j\lelora 


1752 


1809 


1820 


Spencer 


1(m;6 


1887 


Vivian Etta 


2132 


1807 


1852 


Spencer Keen 


1679 








1841 


1824 


S(piire 


1559 




W 




1871 


1809 


Staiidish 


754 


1844 


Wallai'e Duane 


1180 


1843 




Stanley 


1881 


1872 


AVallaee Everett 


2057 


1817 


1868 


Stephen Alban 


2221 


1847 


Wallace Levant 


1402 


1829 


1868 


Stephen Thornton 


1958 


1851 


Walter 


370 


1833 


1798 


Survila 


662 




"Walter 


1255 


1841 


1750 


Susan 


110 




Walter 


1609 




1806 


Su.san 


1279 


1860 


Walter Aufjustns 


2254 


1879 


1809 


Susan Bray 


1324 


1885 


Walter Auuiustus 


2257 


1839 


1815 


Susan K. 


965 


1855 


Walter Bradford 


2036 




1831 


Susan Kmeline 


1188 


1863 


Walter Cleveland 


2110 


1838 


1842 


Susan Kliza 


1256 


1858 


Walter Davis 


2141 


1805 


1842 


Susan Klizal)etli 


920 


1876 


Walter Edwin 


1166 


1858 


1830 


Susan Klizabelh 


2022 


1883 


Walter Elmer 


1780 


1855 


1823 


Susan Fletcher 


1156 


1848 


Walter Elwood 


1148 


1819 


1841 


Susan Jane 


2027 


1881 


Walter Howard 


1888 


1845 


1837 


Susan Miranda 


1660 


1875 


Walter Ray 


1901 


1860 


1833 


Susan S. 


1025 


1864 


Walter Stewart 


1693 


1833 


1712 


Susainia 


39 


1855 


Walter Varian 


1891 


1849 


1717 


Susanna 


40 


1882 


AVarncr Locke 


2162 


1H39 


1752 


Susanna 


135 


1808 


Warren 


394 


1874 


1769 


Susanna 


197 


1818 


Warren 


432 


1873 


1791 


Susanna 


139 


1868 


Warren Alfred 


1749 


1841 


1323 


Susanna 


742 


1861 


Warren I.azell 


2082 


1869 


1782 


Susannah 


342 


18IJ5 


Warren Wesley 


2246 


1810 


1876 


Susie Belcher 


1778 


1829 


Weliinj;tou Jay 


1368 


1842 



Wollinjrton Preston 1509 

Whitcomb 1661 

Whiting 267 

Willard 428 

AVillard 158 

AViUard 900 

AVillard 1052 

AViUard 1844 

AVillard Temple 1754 

AVilher 1666 

Wilfred Albert 2115 

William 120 

William 121 

William 611 

AVilliara 333 

AVilliam 372 

William 427 

William 160 

AVilliam 696 

AVilliam 1275 

AVilliam 1063 

AVilliam 1P"5 

AVilliam 1555 

AVilliam 2021 

AVilliam Albert 1782 

William Albert 1800 

William Albt^-t 1894 

AVilliam Alva 2086 

AVilliam Andress 1658 

AVilliam Aut^ustus 1348 

AVilliam Avery 784 

AVilliam B. 1319 

AVilliam Bernet 1304 
AVilliam Btanchard 2225 

AVilliam Bnrritt 1815 

AVilliam Butler 1315 

AVilliam Butler 1316 

AVilliam (Hirtis 1056 

AVilliam E. 2042 

AVilliam Elliot 2131 

AVilliam Elliott 1853 

AVilliam Elmer 2124 

AVilliam Estey 1109 

AVilliam Fisher 1043 

AVilliam Frank 1945 
AVilliam Goodwin 

Allen 1195 
AVilliam Gould 790 
AVilliam Gould 796 
AVilliam Grant 551 
AVilliam Harrison 1269 
AVilliam Harrison 1893 
AVilliam Harrison 2153 
AVillianj Harvey 479 
AVilliam Henry 955 
AVilliam Henry 1378 
AVilliam Henry 1475 
AVilliam Henry 1587 
AVilliam Henry 1640 
AVilliam Henry 1817 
AVilliam Henry Har- 
rison 1258 
AVilliam Hoskins 1208 
AVilliam Hoskins 547 
AVilliam Hyde 1252 
AVilliam James 794 
AVilliam Kellopg 1077 
AVilliam LeBaron 1248 
AVilliam Lvman 1826 
AVillis Maii'oah 1105 
William Otis 1889 
AVilliam Parker 1108 
AVilliam Parker 1850 
William I'reston 1516 
AVilliam l^iford 1236 
AVilliam Rufus 1810 
AVilliam S., 1294 
AVilluim Samuel 2054 



INDEX — JOHN OF DEDHAM. 



337 



1832 


William Stevens 


1244 


1846 


Wilson 


1664 


1826 


1827 


Williaiii Wul(!Ott 


lOTS 


1850 


Wilson A. 


20(>5 


1810 


186!) 


Williairi Wlieatou 


2261 


1861 


Winlield S<ott 


2008 


1806 


1851! 


Willis 


1834 


1855 


Winifred Alice 


791 




1872 


Willis George 


990 


1844 


Wiiislow IJorry 


1524 


1872 


18:i9 


Willis Lyman 


987 


1841 


Winslow Boynlon 


1546 


1823 


1839 


Willis I'armenter 


1163 











Worcester Boudinotl367 
Zui)e<liah 458 

Zelotus 666 

Zil)a Branch 1580 

Zillah F. 2014 

Zilpha 1083 



23 



INDEX. 



DESCENDANTS OF SAiMUEL GUILE, BEARING Till: NAME OF fU ILE AND GLLE. 



The flfruros before each naiiie, denote tlie year <it liirlli; the ti-iurcs aller the name, 
denote the consecutive muubcr. After tindin^r llie name in the conse<'Ulive orilcr. and a 
+ cros-s apjiears hel'ore the )uiniher, the liistory of tliat peri^on and family will ajipear farther 
on, this number being found in the center of a pajrc. 





A 




1803 


Alice 


432 


1847 


Annie Elizabeth 


962 




Aaron 


205 


1851 


Alice 


1070 


1840 


Annie Maria 


1057 


1803 


Aaron 


511 


1828 


Alic-e Ann 


492 


1851 


Annie Kcbecca 


1066 


1812 


Aaron 


553 


1873 


Alice Mav 


839 




Anson 


:i42 




Aaron 


729 


1853 


Alice Matilda 


1166 


1815 


Anthony Sargent 


863 


1811 


Aaron Nettleton 


4!)() 


1853 


Allen Kdgar 


1177 




Arabella 


(•.5S 


1858 


Aaron Parker 


1068 


1855 


Alma Eliza 


1019 




Arthur 


602 


1849 


Abbie 


1233 


1805 


Almira 


694 


1851 


Arthur Bidwell 


715 


1852 


Abbie Czarina 


1264 


1820 


Alndra 


773 


1878 


Arthur Charles 


13(M! 


186() 


Abbie Florence 


1310 




Almira 


1077 


1872 


ArvillaC. 


814 


1728 


Abip;ail 


50 


1833 


Almira C. 


1022 


1735 


Asa 


71 


1744 


Abigail 


75 


1826 


Almond 


638 


1760 


Asa 


224 


1738 


Abijiall 


83 




Alonzo 


572 


1791 


Asa 


408 




Abigail 


190 




Alpha 


316 


1811 


Asa 


466 


1803 


Abigail 


356 


1809 


Alphoiizo 


696 


1812 


Asa 


009 




Abigail 


519 


1865 


Alton Albion 


12i!3 


1828 


Asa 


884 




Abigail 


538 


1841 


Alvira 


12S2 


1870 


Asa E. 


948 




Abigail 


1005 


1S46 


Amanda A. AV. 


1242 


18(!0 


Asa IClmer 


1309 




Abigail fJage 


872 


1843 


Amanila Georgette 


1323 


1853 


Asa F. 


956 




Abii^ail (ireenough 


809 


1801 


Ainorilla 


305 




Asa Gage 


869 




Abby S. 


375 




Amorilla 


32,3 


1801 


Asa Marston 


406 


1747 


Abei 


94 


1749 


Amos 


77 




Asenath 


2;« 




Abel 


334 


1749 


Amos 


112 




Asenath 


669 


1827 


Al)el 


80 5 


17S5 


Amos 


154 


1825 


Augusta E. 


777 


1722 


Ahiah 


126 


1778 


Amos 


232 


1841 


Augustine Charles 


911 


174(5 


Abiah 


59 


1778 


Amos 


299 




Austin 


730 




Abner 


114 




Amos 


340 


1811 


Azel Holmes 


703 




Abner 


318 


1S35 


Amos 


706 




B 




lS2n 


Al>iier 


719 


1S65 


Amos Curtis 


1205 






1714 


Abraham 


39 


1815 


Amos Webster I'hi 


1- 


1792 


Barnabas 


319 


1828 


Abraham Hnrnham 489 




lips 


347 


1823 


Barnabas 


771 


1838 


Abram Lansing 


1194 


1770 


Amy 


220 


1875 


Beatrice 


9(14 


1812 


Absalom Green 


698 




Amy 


278 


1852 


Belle Woodbury 


1243 




Ada 


461 


1823 


Amy Ann 


470 




Benaiah 


156 


1877 


Ada Bethel 


1224 


1795 


Andrew 


597 


1689 


Benjamin 


13 


1873 


Ada Matilda 


1292 




Andrew 


1004 


1732 


Ben.iamin 


70 




Adaline 


867 


1821 


An<lrew 


1097 




Benjamin 


103 


1843 


Adaline C. 


854 




Anilrew 


1185 


1766 


Benjamin 


108 




Addie 


902 


1828 


Andrew Jaiksoii 


933 


1763 


Henjamin 


136 




Adelaine 


1088 


1814 


Ann 


679 


1784 


Benjamin 


190 




Adelia 


135 


1S45 


Ann 


917 


1788 


Benjamin 


280 


1778 


Afle 


222 


1849 


Ann 


918 


1783 


Benjamin 


302 


1851 


Agnes 


919 




Ann 


1118 


1785 


Benjamin 


303 


1846 


Agnes 


1164 


1818 


Ann Ilawkes 


556 




Benjamin 


401 




Albert 


1(109 




Ann iM. 


374 




Benjamin 


571 


1841 


Albert Chipnian 


1201 


1736 


Anna 


82 


1825 


15(Mijaniin 


i;65 




Alberto 


877 


1763 


Anna 


171 


1847 


liiMijamin 


1(h;4 


1827 


Albion 


SIS 


1813 


Anna 


390 


1876 


Benjamin Fianklin 1274 


1835 


Albion Francis 


944 


1791 


Ainia 


5tJl 




Ben'iamin Frankli 


n 1131 


1826 


Albion K. 


844 


1S66 


Anna E. 


804 


1817 


Benjamin .Ion>-s 


247 


1878 


Albion Lester 


1261 


1849 


Aima Jane 


988 


1867 


Benjamin \. 


813 




Alden K. 


3(;5 


1874 


Anna L. 


790 


1873 


Benjamin Orvil 


122,3 


1871 


Allen A. 


789 


1747 


Anne 


76 


1885 


Berthii Augusta 


];)42 


1845 


Alford 


1160 


1754 


Anne 


100 




Betsey 


177 


1838 


Alfred 


1232 


1759 


Anne 


102 


1794 


Betsey 


297 


1807 


Alfred Augustus 


806 




Annie 


760 




Betsey 


341 


1854 


Alfrida 


1300 


1871 


Annie Bell 


1346 




Betsey 


354 



INDEX — SAMUEL OF HAVERHILL. 



339 



1799 Betsey 


388 


1844 C«n-tland H. B. 


681 


817 Eleanor Howe 


527 


Betsey 


403 


1834 Curtis K. 


891 


852 Ellianan Dean 


1042 


Betsey 


573 


Cyrus 


741 


841 Eli Ballon 


1014 


1820 l',els.-y Bowaoin 


887 


1829 Cyrus C. 


846 


1793 Elijah 


315 


1795 Betsey Jones 


370 


1847 Cyrena Dolly 


1041 


1827 Elijah 


739 


1875 Blanche I'. 


781 


O 




812 Elijah Henry 


1074 


1881 Blanche V. 


960 




1745 Elisha 


93 


1820 Brainerd 


484 


1697 Daniel 


31 


1779 Elisha 


255 






1739 Daniel 


55 


1S39 Elisha Towie 


924 


C 




Daniel 


63 


1844 Elsie D. 


720 


184G Caroline Amelia 


1147 


Daniel 


126 


1821 Elsie Emily 


722 


1839 Caroline Aiignsta 


940 


1773 Daniel 


149 


1855 Elsie Sophia 


1226 


Caroline P. 


693 


1796 Daniel 


186 


Eliza 


362 


1815 Calphurnia 


699 


1784 Daniel 


211 


1810 Eliza 


389 


1875 Carrie 


914 


Daniel 


236 


1813 Eliza 


478 


1859 Carrie Hannah 


1009 


1786 Daniel 


264 


Eliza 


500 


1871 Carrie Laverne 


1105 


1786 Daniel 


348 


1840 Eliza 


1015 


1831 Catherine 


1102 


Daniel 


361 


1875 Ella 


874 


1793 Catherine Tuttle 


446 


1821 Daniel 


490 


1854 EUaL. 


1252 


Celestia 


675 


1816 Daniel 


555 


1842 P:ila Alarcella 


852 


1816 Charity 


820 


Daidel 


670 


1854 Ella Melvina 


1067 


(Uiarles 


250 


1793 Daniel 


596 


1870 P:ila Minerva 


1209 


Charles 


290 


1812 Daniel 


628 


Ellen 


415 


Charles 


474 


1812 Daniel 


818 


Ellen 


900 


1803 Charles 


567 


1845' Daniel Benjamin 


1063 


Ellen 


982 


Charles 


761 


1854 Daniel Diudck 


1072 


1842 Ellen 


1027 


Charles 


763 


1853 Daniel F. 


973 


1854 Ellen Gertrude 


1011 


Charles 


801 


1831 Daniel Romanzo 


1086 


1847 Ellen Maria 


816 


18C9 Charles 


1125 


1863 Daniel Usher 


833 


1807 Elliot 


C14 


18<i5 Charles Albert 


1279 


1807 Darwin 


(595 


1844 Elliot 


1129 


1822 Charles Alonzo 


811 


1770 David 


139 


Ellock 


257 


1825 ('harles Bowden 


883 


1763 David 


161 


1804 Elmer Ellsworth 


.1343 


1795 Charles Chauncy 


380 


1776 David 


169 


1884 Elmer Frank 


1277 


Charles Gage 


871 


David 


285 


1805 Elmira 


422 


1854 Charles H. 


1287 


David 


352 


1835 Elmira 


1107 


1839 Charles Harrison 


1130 


1797 David 


424 


1803 Elvira 


2121/2 


1843 Charles Henry 


567G 


1819 David 


439 


1809 Elvira 


437 


1858 Charles Henry 


724 


1820 David 


547 


1844 Elvira Laureutine 


436 


Charles Henry 


980 


David 


600 


Elvin 


754 


18G6 Charles Henry 


1156 


1807 David 




1825 Elviu 


1100 


1847 Charles Henry 


1197 


1829 David 


832 


1695 Elizabeth 


15 


1842 Charles Hull 


1290 


1822 David Chauncy 


392 


1702 Elizabeth 


25 


1837 Charles Kelley 


945 


1836 David Herrick 


873 


1779 Elizabeth 


170 


18UG Charles Kelly 


1344 


1794 David Simpson 


404 


Elizabeth 


206 


1850 Charles S. 


1(133 


1886 Dean Rogers 


1044 


1787 Elizabeth 


304 


1857 Charles Sumner 


1178 


1793 Deborah 


192 


Elizabeth 


981 


Charles W. 


457 


Deborah 


1116 


1823 Elizabeth B. 


505 


1850 Charles Wilman 


903 


Delia 


402 


1823 Elizabeth Boardman 485 


1773 Charlotte 


221 


Deles 


601 


1835 Elizabeth Howe 


1023 


Charlotte 


307 


1839 Dennis 


1035 


1845 Elizabeth Jane 


495 


Charlotte 


708 


DeWitt Clinton 


270 


1838 lilizabeth May 


1108 


1849 Charlotte Amelia 


1165 


Dexter 


742 


1818 Elizabeth S. 


684 


1882 Charlotte K. 


815 


1840 Diantha 


710 


1831 Emeline 


776 


1881 Charte 


976 


1822 Dolly 


531 


1850 Emily Catherine 


1159 


1S63 Chase Abrani 


968 


Dora 


747 


1834 Emily Jane 


1192 


1823 Christopher L. 


1099 


1881 Dora Belle 


1214 


1836 Emily Lucretia 


610 


Clara 


460 


Dorcas 


287 


1841 Emily Matilda 


1237 


Clara 


750 


Dorothy Ann 


738 


Emma 


286 


(Mara 


899 


Dwella, 


759 


1855 Emma' 


631 


Clara 


908 






1834 Emma 


728 


1851 Clara A. 


966 


G 




Emma 


755 


1849 Clara Diirgin 


1326 


1886 Earl 


1115 


Emma 


1095 


1858 Clara Louise 


1334 


1695 Kbenezer 


20 


- 1838 Emma A. 


950 


180(i (;iarimoii(l 


523 


1708 Ebenezer 


X 35 


1864 Emma Alpha 


1270 


Clarissa 


1079 


1786 Ebenezer 


212 


Emma Angclino 


567F 


Claude 


748 


1814 Eljcnezer 


554 


1864 Emma Augusta 


1152 


Clement 


271 


1805 Eddy 


605 


1875 Emma Augusta 


1302 


1856 Cliir Forrest 


1244 


1885 Eddy Bernard 


1278 


1846 Emma E. 


793 


1860 Clyde Ambrose 


1246 


Edward 


578 


1847 Ennna F. 


879 


1857 Colonel Fremont 


1174 


1841 Edward 


1109 


1856 Ennna Frances 


1249 


1810 Constant 


545 


1851 Edward ICrastus 


1327 


1856 Ennna Jane 


1012 


(Jon verso 


535 


1855 Edward H. 


957 


1844 Emma S. 


855 


Cora 


463 


1854 Edward Henry 


1265 


1835 Eniuhms 


83 


1871 Cora Alice 


1222 


1878 Kdward Virgil 


1339 


r Eniicli 


336 


1875 Cora .lane 


840 


lOdwin 


1089 


1794 Enoch Eaton 


418 


1834 Cornelia E. 


783 


1833 Edwin Tuttle 


942 


1827 En OS 


660 


1836 Cornelia Silkman 


1143 


1853 Ella .Alaria 


1225 


1662 Ephraim 


8 


1833 Cortland 


1103 


1802 Ettie Emma 


1336 


1705 Ephraim 


34 


Cortland E. 


1093 


1869 Eleanor E. 


1259 


1752 Ephraim 


61 



341 


) 




GUILE GENEALOGY. 








1730 


Ephniiiu 


69 


1794 


George 


442 


1849 


Henry Clinton 


1175 




ICpliraim 


115 




(ieor;;e 


476 


1S4K 


Henry Davis 


1179 




K|ilir:iiin 


317 


1824 


(;eory:e 


629 


1S76 


Henrv I'ortor 


i:«8 




Kpliniim 


319 




( ieMr}:;e 


75(1 


1H27 


Henry S. 


845 


1824 


K|ilir:uin 


831 




Georu;o 


870 


1874 


Hi-nry Stanley 


1260 


1S29 


Kpliniim 


K37 


184H 


George 


1161 




Hepsibath 


363 


181K 


Krastus 


937 


1854 


(ieorgo 


1184 


1876 


Herbert 


1181 


1817 


Jira.sliis 


Ki'tl 


ia57 


George 


i;J33 


1858 


Herbert Barnabas 


1227 


1865 


Ernest Elijah 


1221 


1847 


(Jeorge F. 


953 


1880 


H.M-l»rt N. 


9t)5 


18GU 


Ervinj; Benton 


1;H5 


1863 


Georg(; I>"rancis 


1276 


1860 


H<?nuan Schuyler 


1208 




Eseck 


10!t4 


1831 


George Franklin 


.SHti 




Herrick 


275 


1781 


Estlier 


301 


isjso 


(ieorgc- Iv. 


1314 


IKOG 


Herrick 


574 


17116 


Esther 


419 


IS45 


<ieorgo Levi 


1294 


179S 


llezekiah 


420 


188G 


Estella I-eona 


1257 


1>J50 


George Jtoger 


1198 


1823 


Hiram 


636 


180i 


Etluui 


326 


i8;jo 


tJeorgi! VV. 


1020 


1817 


Hiram B. 


802 


1829 


Ethan A. 


779 


1840 


George Warren 


979 




Hiram V. 


996 




Ethel Hilt 


11.(6 


1S42 


(Jeorge Washington 435 


1819 


Ilonora Ellen 


701 


1879 


Ethel Mary 


1213 


1846 


George Wiushingli 


n 1017 


18.59 


Horace IClly 


1228 


1881 


Etliel May 


l;i49 




George Washingtc 


nll32 


17.52 


Hul.lah 


96 




Etta 


:'.'^$ 


1844 


George Whitney 


1 153 


1846 


Hublali A. 


1196 


1870 


Etta fiCwella 


1295 




George Winslow 


434 




I 




1744 


Enni<-e 


92 


1S83 


Geneva Christine 


104.-! 








Eunice 


119 


1«20 


Gertriuh; 


391 




Ida 


652 


1765 


Eunice 


218 


1876 


Gertrude 


1,347 


1853 


Ida Etta 


1332 




Eunice 


322 


1768 


Gideon 


248 


1886 


Ida Frances 


842 


1797 


Eunice 


5C>:i 


1799 


Gilbert 


564 




IdellaA. 


5.50 


1848 


Eunice E. 


613 


1843 


Gilman E. 


926 


1800 


Independence Liberty 


187(i 


Eva Inez 


1303 


1,S28 


Gordon Hall 


689 






.371 


1876 


Eva Myrtle 


1293 


1S81 


(Jrace 


975 


1833 


Independence Liberty 




Eveline 


1080 


1H80 


(Jraeie 


1114 






851 


1743 


Ezekiel 


57 


ISH5 


Grace Kva 


1206 


U'A 


lone 


920 


1794 


Ezekiel 


147 


1799 


Gurdon 


566 




Ira 


443 




Ezekiel 


345 




H 




1X12 


Ira 


533 


1804 


Ezekiel 


376 






1810 


Ira 


607 


18«9 


Ezekiel 


1271 


1654 


Hannah 


5 


1829 


Ira 


1047 








1688 


Hannah 


12 


1830 


Isaac Porter 


941 




F 




1721 


Hannah 


21 


1843 


Isabella 


1040 


1871 


Fannie Lulu 


922 


1690 


Hannah 


28 




Isadora 


753 


1794 


Fanny 


562 


1729 


Hannah 


47 


1861 


Ivory Kollins 


1317 




Fanny 


725 


1727 


Hanuali 


68 




J 






Fidelia 


539 


1782 


Hannah 


144 






1849 


Fidelia 


1138 


1773 


Hannah 


168 


1817 


Jacob 


480 


1872 


Flora 


943 


1782 


Hannah 


189 


1808 


.Jacob 


509 


1852 


Flora A. 


85K 




Hannah 


331 


1660 


James 


7 


1869 


Flora May 


1291 




Hannah 


3:i« 


1 700 


James 


24 




Frances 


268 


1812 


Hannah 


416 


1752 


James 


78 




Frances 


567 B 




Hannah 


477 


1767 


James 


118 


1844 


Frances Elizabeth 


li;98 




Hannah 


.507 


1788 


James 


191 


1848 


Fratice.i Janet 


11.5.H 




Hannah 


.541 


1790 


James 


295 


1845 


Francis Alfred 


1239 


ixt'A 


Hannah 


(•,72 


1776 


.lames 


327 


1865 


Francis Ed^ar 


ll.V, 


\XM 


Hannali 


lit50 




.lames 


351 


1836 


Francis Latajette 


S.53 


18U 


Hannah Jane 


61(i 




J ames 


617 


1879 


Francis l.atayettc 


1266 


1X85 


Harold Hastings 


1256 


1811 


.lames 


794 


1880 


Francis Marion 


1340 


1881 


Harol.l S. 


955 




.lames 


898 




Frank 


Mr, 




I larriet 


324 


1822 


James 


993 


1856 


Frank 


1288 




Harrii't 


771 




James 


1133 


1867 


Frank A. 


787 




Harriet 


498 


l.H.-,!» 


James Arthur 


990 


1879 


Frank Daniel 


1.304 


1839 


Harriet 


910 


1800 


James Bean 


411 




Frank E. 


734 


1871 


Harriet Loderna 


1126 


1813 


.lames Benjamin 


501 


1853 


Frank lOilwin 


1305 


1827 


Harriet Samantha 


626 


1819 


.lames Fvaidclin 


504 


1843 


Frank Henry 


9S5 


1817 


Harrison 


468 




.lames H. 


648 


1855 


Frank Herbert 


1247 


1806 


Harrison 


618 


1831 


.lames Henry 


497 


188.> 


Frank Herbert 


1248 




Harry W. 


369' 2 


1807 


.lames Lattiniore 


643 


1871 


Frank Honu'r 


1231 


1879 


Harry W. 


964 


1853 


.lames Lattiniore 


11(59 


1869 


Fraidv .1. 


1312 


1887 


Harry Wallace 


1322 




.lames Manning 


405 


1869 


Fred Asa 


5(i71l 


1842 


Hattio A. 


791 




.lane 


325 


1872 


Freil ISIanchanI 


1273 


18.'-.3 


Hattie Lizzie 


1.331 


1803 


.lane 


400 


ix<;o 


Fred 11. 


rj53 


18.-.S 


Hattie May 


1 2(12 




.lane 


(Ri8 


1872 


Fred Sar-jent 


1 296 


I.S71 


Hattii- Knth 


I ISO 




.lane 


894 


1865 


Frederick Lincoln 


125 


I x'u 


Hattii- N'intun 


i2(M 


1847 


Jane 


987 


1819 


Fryi; Williams 


515 


1.SS4 


Helen Bernice 


1321 




Jane 


1013 




Freelove 


233 


1H47 


Helen C. 


1240 




Jane 


1117 




Freelove 


281 


1843 


Helen M. 


630 




.lane Ann 


1189 


1807 


Freelove 


606 


1762 


Henry 


225 


1820 


.Tane Frances 


481 




Freelove 


662 




Henry 


266 


1862 


Jedd LaForrest 


859 








1799 


Henry 


355 




Jemima 


214 




a 




1819 


Henry 


625 




.Icnnie 


533B 


1792 


Grardner 


296 


1849 


Henry A. 


9(13 


18.58 


.Jennie C. 


691 


1768 


George 


109 


1874 


Henry Braiuard 


972 


1852 


Jennie E. 


1059 





INDEX 


— SAMUEL OF H 


AVE 


RHTl 


:.L. 


Ml 


1858 


Jennie M. 


1001 


1695 


Joseph 


16 


1844 


I^izzie 


1038 


1859 


Jennie Alay 


1316 




Jost^ph 


42 


1875 


Lizzie Martha 


1037 




Jei-e Rohorts 


364 


1691 


.Joseph 


78 


1838 


Lodenia 


1127 


1850 


Jeremiah Fish 


1183 


1751 


•Joseph 


99 


1811 


Lodicy Jane 


378 


1819 


Jeremiali King 


666 




■foseph 


104 




Lois 


66 


1825 


Jerome dishing 


486 




Joseph 


128 


1750 


Lois 


96 


1771 


Jesse 


167 


1770 


Joseph 


229 




Lorinda 


534 




Jesse 


200 




Joseph 


269 




Loring 


567 E 




Jesse 


274 




Joseph 


288 




Loren 


204 


1812 


Jesse 


430 




Joseph 


332 


1868 


Lottie May 


970 


1852 


Jesse Ellsworth 


9:{1 




Joseph 


414 




Louisa 


516 




Jessie 


653 


1802 


Joseph 


449 




Louisa 


745 


1881 


Jessie Louise 


1320 


1815 


Joseph 


479 


1822 


Lovey 


821 


1876 


Jessie N. 


959 




Joseph 


622 




Lovina 


517 


1733 


Joanna 


53 




Joseph 


650 




Lucinda 


540 




Joanna 


178 


1797 


Joseph 


670 


1816 


Lucinda 


546 


1814 


Joanna 


819 




.Toseph 


895 


1817 


Lucinda 


633 


1831 


Joanna E. 


782 




Joseph 


1188 


1831 


Ivucinda 


1048 




Job 


743 


1836 


.Joseph 


1193 


1838 


I^ucia H. 


785 


1811 


Joel Fletcher 


861 


1835 


Joseph 


1234 


1852 


Lucia Kern 


1241 


1843 


Joel Fletcher 


1283 


1874 


Joseph 


1.337 


1798 


Lucy 


193 


1652 


John 


4 


1864 


Joseph Eilward 


967 


1807 


Lucy 


360 


1682 


John 


9 


1834 


.Joseph Henry 


642 


1823 


Lucy 


552 


1712 


John 


38 


1787 


.Josejih Palmer 


251 




Lucy 


5671> 


1740 


John 


73 


1845 


.Tosepli W. 


1119 


1817 


Lucy 


700 


1738 


John 


89 


1823 


.Joseph Weeks 


888 




Lucy A. 


367 


1739 


John 


90 


1851 


Joseph Williaiii 


1330 


1877 


Lucy E. 


778 


1759 


John 


105 


lt«2 


.Josephine Sybil 


1297 


1S71 


Lucy Ursula 


1272 




John 


127 


1740 


Joshua 


84 


1870 


Lueila 


1120 




John 


133 


1815 


Joshua 


632 


1807 


Lutber 


433 




John 


172 




Joshua K. 


682 


17.30 


Lydia 


51 


1772 


John 


195 




.Josiah 


568 


1750 


Lydia 


86 




John 


249 


1650 


.Judith 


3 


1743 


I>ydia 


97 


1792 


John 


253 


1684 


Judith 


10 


1765 


Lydia 


137 




John 


254 


1697 


Judith 


23 


1758 


Lydia 


159 




John 


261 


1700 


Judith 


32 




Lydia 


208 




John 


270 




Ju<lith Mehjtable 


935 




Lydia 


213 




John 


289 




Julia 


459 




Lydia 


308 




John 


321 




.Julia 


576 


1797 


Lydia 


387 




John 


441 


1855 


Julia A. 


690 


1812 


Lydia 


526 


1805 


John 


451 


1876 


.Julia Agnes 


687 




Lydia 


557 


1811 


John 


473 




Julia W. 


548 




Lydia 


567C 




John 


510 




.Juliette 


1085 




Lydia 


621 


1817 


John 


513 










Lydia 


716 




John 


543 




li. 






Lydia 


770 




John 


589 


1868 


Katie Louisa 


1258 




Lydia 


896 


1801 


John 


599 




Katy 


591 




Lydia 


1002 




John 


619 




I^ 






Lydia Ann 


448 




J olin 


692 






1823 


Lvdia Ann 


482 


1818 


John 


704 


1839 


Ijalayette Washuig 


ton 




Lydia Ann 


1084 


1813 


John 


800 






1144 


1844 


Lydia Jane 


927 




John 


897 


1840 


LaForrest 


951 


1855 


J^ydia M. 


1173 


1835 


John 
John 


907 
1008 




La ura 
Laura 


314 

454 


1856 


Lyman R. 


1217 


1867 


John 


1280 


1836 


Laura E. 


784 




n 




1820 


John Crockett 


881 


1849 


Laura Elizabeth 


1203 


1879 


Mabel 


1170 


1835 


John E. 


1051 




Laura Jane 


769 


1874 


Mabel Alniira 


1031 




.John Frank 


475 


1860 


Laura I^iiella 


1335 


187H 


Mabel Florence 


1319 




John ir. 


425 


1833 


L.avantia 


1087 


1874 


Madge A. 


954 


180;i 


John riall 


521 




Lavina 


984 




Mai>gie 
Ma lala 


514 


1842 


John Henry 


1150 


1886 


LeHurton 


977 




181 


1765 


John Kczar 


164 


1835 


I^egrand 


1112 


1819 


Maliala Doe 


880 


1792 


John Kozar 


417 


1869 


Lee 


1104 


1813 


Mabalath Fletcher 862 


UM 


■liihn Martin 


969 


1883 


Leland AVarren 


1245 


1799 


Malinda 


298 




.lohn S. 


;i68 


1810 


Jjeniuel A. 


781 ; 




:Malittie 


1106 


1846 


John S. 


952 




I>eonard 


499 




Malvina 


1020 


1842 


John Sargent 


936 


1803 


Leouard 


604 




Malvina 


1020A 


1825 


John Stevens 


940 


1861 


Leora Melvina 


1229 


1708 


Marcy 


36 


1849 


.(ohn Weslay 


io;i2 




Leslie 


737 


1843 


Margaret 


916 


1752 


J(jlinson 


87 


1884 


Leslie Amos 


1215 


1814 


."Margaret A. 


683 




Johnson 


536 


1764 


Levi 


226 


1807 


Maria 


544 


1724 


• lonathan 


45 


1786 


Levi 


.395 




Maria 


6i3 


1740 


Jonathan 


121 




I^evi 


595 




Maria 


726 




Jonathan 


330 


1855 


Levi Hazen 


1071 


1822 


Maria 


10SI 


1844 


Jonathan 


712 


1836 


l^ewellyn F. 


947 


IHIil 


Mariani Rascilla 


1142 


1825 


Jiinallian Elliot 


999 


1853 


Lewis 


1163 


1858 


Marias 


^2H'J 




.loali 


2H4 


1K41 


Lewis Henry 


1145 


1845 


MaiiUa W. 


1284 


1812 


Joab 


678 


1W.7 


Lillii^ Iowa 


1207 


lix^ 


i\Iark 


179 




Joali 


1187 


1850 


Liseomb 


1018 


1809 


Mark 


466 



342 



GULLr. GENEALOGY. 



1844 


:Mark 


901 ' 


1841 


Mary AV. 


1195 


1839 


Orra Howard 


105G 


1881 


.Marshall Eiios 


1171 




M.itlie 


732 




Orrie 


603 


1726 


.Martha 


49 


1884 


Mattie 


915 


1816 


Orry 


624 




Martha 


267 




Maud 


746 


1H25 


Or.'(on Parker 


866 


1818 


Martha 


532 




.Maud 


767 


1869 


Orton D. 


1111 




Martha 


1007 




May 


765 




P 




1841 


Martha 


1026 




Mav Alta 


11.17 






1839 


.Martha 


1053 


1S62 


Mazella 


1220 


1796 


Palmer 


698 


1885 


Martha Abbie 


366 


1092 


.Mehitable 


29 




I'atty 


020 


1838 


Martha Deborah 


10.34 


18.36 


Mehitablo Ann 


892 


1847 


I'erlev D. 


1285 


IS.-!? 


.Martha (ieroliiip 


909 


1,S4I 


.Melvina 


925 


1848 


PerleV -M. 


1068 


1841 


INIartlia Jane 


1128 ' 




Mereliant 


4.58 


1828 


I'crmelia 


1101 


1842 


Martha .Marilla 


711 


1878 


.Merle Lewis 


1348 


18,36 


I'ersis 


1024 




iMatilda 


1.30 




Mertie 


731 


1787 


Peter 


199 


1836 


INIartin Van l?iuon 


921 


1868 


Merton E. 


1110 


1809 


Peter 


615 


1G94 


Mary 


19 


1873 


Millie Kimball 


971 


18.39 


I'eter Kern 


12.36 


1087 


Mary 


27 


18.57 


Milo A. 


1140 


1836 


I'eter William 


1124 


1710 


Mary 


37 


18.30 


.Milo -Vlonzo 


(UO 


1725 


Phebe 


41 


1722 


Mary 


44 




.Mill! Jay 


7t;4 


1763 


Phebe 


163 


1741 


Mary 


56 


18.55 


Milo Jay 


1216 


1802 


Phebe 


427 


1749 


Mary 


98 


1877 


Mina Maria 


1211 




Phebe 


593 




Mary 


67 




Minnie 


744 


1799 


Phebe 


671 


1756 


Mary 


101 


1848 


.Miranda 


714 


1844 


Phebe Ann 


792 


1763 


Mary 


107 




Missouri 


518 




Phebe Jane 


1190 




Mary 


120 


1710 


Moses 


43 




Phebe JIarston 


868 




Mary 


132 


1743 


Moses 


111 




Philbrick 


453 


1754 


Mary 


157 


1778 


Moses 


161 




Philcna 


258 


1765 


Mary 


173 


1780 


Moses 


188 


1777 


Philip 


no 


1799 


Mary 


187 


1783 


Moses 


292 


18.55 


Philip Emery 


1167 


1770 


Mary 


230 


1787 


Moses 


294 


1817 


Philip Sftrfjent Har- 




Mary 


426 


1802 


.Moses 


sr,3 




vey 


864 


1807 


Marv 


429 


1.S23 


Moses 


491 


1842 


Phinando Nelson 


812 


1804 


Marv 


450 


1817 


Moses 


.502 




Polly 


207 


1809 


.Mary 


472 




Moses Clement 


983 




Polly 


310 




iMarv 


533 A 




Moses Foster 


184 


1788 


Polly 


560 




Mary 


569 




Myron 


676 




Polly 


1191 




Mary 


575 


1857 


Myron R. 


1141 


1824 


Polly ISlaria 


637 


1832 


Mary 


641 


1878 


Myrtle Amelia 


1275 


1,837 


Pollv Maria 


709 




Mary 


647 


1870 


Myrtle Viola 


10.30 


1792 


I'ollv S. 


397 


1810 


Mary 


677 




IV 






Prisi-illa 


,592 




Mary 


749 






1845 


Prentiss Harvey 


1299 


1820 


Mary 


803 


1828 


Nancy Arminda 


1122 




Q 






Mary 


893 


1838 


Nancy ISadf^er 


923 






1872 


Mary 


913 




Nancy .lane 


520 


1820 


t^uartiis Eletchor 


860 




Mary 


939 


1736 


Niithan 


54 




K 




1880 


Mary 


974 




Nathan 


113 








Mary 


994 




Nathan 


201 


1732 


Rachel 


52 


1819 


Mary 


1006 




Nathan 


203 


1787 


Puichel 


146 


18;i4 


Mary Agnes 


90(i 


1758 


Nathan 


215 


1760 


Rachel 


216 


1819 


Mary Ann 


50.3 


1788 


Nathan 


309 




Rachel 


328 


1820 


iVIary Catherine 


654 




Nathan 


667 




Ha.-hel 


758 


1822 


Mary Crockett 


882 




Nathan 


717 


1859 


Ralph Kmerson 


1168 


1831 


Mary Delila 


727 




Nathan D. 


649 


1 


Rjinsom 


.577 


1845 


Mary E. 


4-10 




Nathan Davis 


282 


' 


Rajisom 


694 


1845 


Mary Kliza 


1324 


1816 


Natlian Davis 


645 




Rapsima 


407 


1836 


Mary Elizabeth 


847 


1777 


Nathaniel 


196 


1883 


Ray 


688 


1871 


Mary Elizabeth 


1157 


1802 


Nathaniel 


:!5T 


1S.52 


Riv Timothy 


1046 


1843 


Mary Elizabeth 


1146 


1874 


Nellie 


1113 


1766 


Rea 


227 




Mary Ellen 


9.30 


1872 


Nellie Hlakc 


857 


1781 


Hid)ecca 


1.52 


1863 


Mary Emily 


487 


l.><(;9 


.Nellie Crock.'tt 


1311 


1S26 


Rebecca 


5.58 




Mary Elagfj 


807 


1801 


Nt'Ilie Ellsworth 


!I91 


1842 


Rebecca Annie 


1062 


1818 


Mary Ko^ter 


483 


1882 


Nellie Lincoln 


1254 


1821 


Reeve 


655 


1880 


Mary Isabel 


1182 


1815 


Nelson 


528 


1742 


Reuben 


74 




.Marv J. 


373 


1806 


Nelson 


5.37 


1760 


Reuben 


160 




.Mary J. 


456 


18.56 


Nelson 


1015 




l{euben 


194 


1807 


Mary .Jane 


377 


1.H.37 


Nelson 


10.52 




Reuben 


339 




Mary .lane 


413 


1771 


Nicholas 


148 


1794 


Reuben 


398 


1818 


Mary .June 


551 


1743 


Noah 


85 


1805 


Reuben 


.522 


1839 


.Mary .lane 


611 


l.sld 


N<.ali 


525 


1833 


Keuben 


705 


1827 


Mary .Jane 


836 


1842 


Noah Earr 


1036 


1809 


Rciilien 


860 


1828 


Mary .lane 


889 




4» 




1832 


Reuben 


1021 


1856 


Mary Jano 


1267 






1849 


Reuben 


1286 


1855 


Mary Josejiliine 


989 


1732 


Obadiab 


48 


1790 


Rlioda 


183 


1854 


Mary Jo.-*e|>hine 


1308 




Olive 


740 


1860 


Rhoda Ann 


1219 


1808 


Mary Li'onard 


.524 


1851 


Olive 


1162 




Richard 


.506 


1837 


Marv Margaret 


1235 


1839 


( )live /.cliuila 


1200 


1767 


Richard Cheney 


138 


1840 


.Mary «). 


629 


1X44 


Oren 


li:t4 


1831 


Richard Cheney 


850 


1849 


Mary .Salome 


1.329 


1820 


Orison 


469 




Richard N. 


1000 


1862 


Mary Susan 


1073 


1865 


Orison Levi 


1301 


1852 


Richard Thomas 


1149 



INDEX — SAMUEL OF HAVERHILL. 



343 





Riley 


277 




Sarah 


174 




Theresa 


272 




Riley W. 


202 


1768 


Sarah 


219 


1734 


Thoniius 


81 


1835 


Robert 


70H 


1768 


Sarah 


228 




Thomas 


117 


1870 


Robert 


912 


1788 


Sarah 


265 




Thomas 


124 


1875 


Robert Leonard 


1210 




Sarah 


329 


1776 


Thomas 


209 


1870 


Robert Schuyler 


1212 




Sarah 


337 




Thomas 


808 


1804 


Roger 


073 


1790 


Sarah 


396 


1789 


Thomas 


335 




Roger 


1186 


1802 


Sarah 


412 




Thomas 


1075 


1875 


Rosaimh Chriatina 


1121 




Sarah 


462 


1801 


Thomas Wood 


431 


183!) 


Hose Anna 


494 


1807 


Sarah 


471 


1826 


Thoniius Wood 


932 




Roscl 


757 




Sarah 


590 


1732 


'JMmothy 


79 


1858 


Rosetta 


1218 




Sarah 


733 


1788 


Timothy 


182 




Rofiwell 


312 


1824 


Sarah 


804 


1785 


Tinmtliy 


198 


1799 


Roxaiiiia 


399 


1816 


Sarah 


1090 


1814 


Timothy 


530 




Royal 


752 


1855 


Sarah Abby 


1315 


1826 


Tower Jackson 


723 


1805 


Uiifiis 


359 


1832 


Sarah Ann 


1049 


1773 


True 


140 


1854 


Kulef Ilerr 


68(; 


1833 


Sarah Elizabeth 


905 








1825 


Rulef Stevens 


685 


1845 


Sarah Frances 


986 




V 




icyo 


Ruth 
Ruth 


17 
64 


1858 
1828 


Sarah Frances 
Sarah Jane 


1268 

885 


1864 


Ulysses Grant 
Uriah 
Ursula Ann 


1318 
256 
849 


1733 


Ruth 
Ruth 


80 
134 


1841 

1875 


Sarah Jane 
Sarah Jane 


1016 
1313 


1828 


1780 


Uuth 


143 


1813 


Sarah l.apham 


438 




\V 




177ti 


Ruth 


150 


1846 


Sarah Alanning 


1325 






17R;l 


Ruth 


166 


1851 


Sarah JIarie 


1176 


1863 


Wales E. 


721 


1703 


Ruth 


185 


1843 


Sarah P. 


1054 




Walter 


751 




Ruth 


283 


1846 


Sarah Reliefa 


1202 




Walter 


311 


1795 


Ruth 


423 


1802 


Schuyler 


306 


1883 


Walter 


1341 




Ruth 


663 


1763 


Sebah 


217 


1875 


Walter C. 


958 




Ruth 


1092 




Serena 


239 


1881 


Warren 


875 


1883 


Ruth Alta 


1172 




Sherman 


766 


1832 


Wilbur Fisk 


934 




Ruth Dow 


346 


1881 


Sherinan L. 


949 


1846 


Willard Clark 


713 


1824 


Ruth Marjraret 
Ruth Sophia 


659 


1778 


Silence 


300 


1884 


Willard Scott 


1307 


1801 


421 


1783 


Simeon 


260 


1723 


William 


40 








1828 


Simeon Alphonso 


639 




William 


232 




9 






Simeon W. 


369 


1781 


William 


259 




Sally 


235 




Simon 


125 




William 


262 




Sally 


313 




Simon 


129 


1784 


William 


273 




Sally 


447 




Slade 


1006 


1778 


William 


291 


1812 


Sally 


608 




Smith 


661 


1784 


William 


293 


1840 


Sally 


612 


1790 


Sophia 


252 




William 


444 


1810 


Sally 


627 


1845 


Sophia 


1055 


1807 


William 


452 




Sally 


992 


1828 


Sophia H. 


775 


1829 


William 


493 




Sally 


1076 


1810 


Sophia Maria 


697 


1819 


William 


erw 


1792 


Sally Adams 


385 




Squire 


664 


1813 


William 


644 


1821 


Sally Ann 


635 


1744 


Stephen 


58 




William 


646 


1818 


Sally White 


772 




Stei)hen 


116 


1846 


William 


m.TO 


1868 


Sani A. 


998 


1766 


Stephen 


123 


1823 


William 


1082 


lfi20 


Samuel 


1 


1776 


Stephen 


231 


1864 


AVilliam Albert 


1230 


1048 


Samuel 


2 


1791 


Stephen 


350 


1883 


William Albion 


1255 


1G8(; 


Samuel 


11 


1823 


Stephen 


822 


1843 


William Augustus 


1238 


1703 


Samyel 


33 


1823 


Stejihen 


835 


1808 


William Brackett 


512 


1737 


Samuel 


72 




Stephen 


995 


1823 


William Byron 


702 


173t; 


Samuel 


88 


1827 


Stejjhen 


1010 




William D. 


549 


1778 


Samuel 


142 


1797 


Stei)hen Eastman 


508 


1839 


William Fordyce 


878 




Samuel 


162 


1833 


Stephen James 


1123 


1820 


William Forrest 


810 


1767 


Samuel 


165 


1879 


Sunnier Emulous 


841 




William H. 


455 


1782 


Samuel 


210 




Susan 


131 


1852 


William H. 


780 


1787 


Samuel 


223 


1776 


Susan 


141 


1S69 


William H. 


788 




Samuel 


237 


1780 


Susan 


197 


1859 


William Henry 


488 


1705 


Samuel 


410 




Susan 


1003 




William Henry 


5671 


1804 


Samuel 


428 


1839 


Susan 


1025