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Chapter Page 

I. Origin "7 

II. Stacpole Family in Ireland 42 

III. The Coat of Arms 52 

IV. James Stacpole, the Emigrant 54 

V. The Old Farm 65 

VI. Second Generation 75 

VII. Third Generation 87 

VIII. Fourth Generation 95 

IX. Fifth Generation 115 

X. Sixth Generation 160 

XI. Seventh Generation 264 

XII. Eighth Generation 304 

XIII. The Stackpoles of Pennsylvania 306 

XIV. Later Arrivals 314 

XV. Military Record 319 

XVI. College Alumni 335 

XVII. Reunions 337 

Index 339 


The Stack Rock Frontispiece 

Stackpole Court Opposite page 10 

Sir Richard de Stakepol 

Church of Stackpole-Elidyr 

Sir Elidyr de Stakepol 

Wife of Sir Elidyr de Stakepol 

The Eight-Arch Bridge . . . 

Approach to Stackpole Court 

Post Office at Stackpole, Wales 

John Stacpoole of Cragbrien 

Edenvale, Ennis, County Clare, Ireland 

Coat of Arms 

House of James Stacpole, 1680 

The Old Farm 

Stackpole Memorial 

Where Our Ancestors Lived 

William Stackpole 

David Dunning Stackpole 

Samuel Owen Stackpole 

Lorenzo Stackpole 

Annie W. Baer 

Joseph Lewis Stackpole 

John Ward Gurley Stackpole 

William Stackpole 

Rev. Charles Henry Stackpole 

Everett S. Stackpole 

Alice Aberdein 

Nellie S. Stackpole 

Charles Harper Stackpole 

George Dallas Stackpole 

Joseph Lewis Stackpole 

Joseph Lewis Stackpole 

George F. Stackpole 

George H. Stackpole 

Charles F. Stackpole 

Edward James Stackpole 

Residence of E. J. Stackpole 

Capt. Everett Birney Stackpole 

Capt. Philip West Stackpole 

Fifth Reunion, Rollinsford, N. H., 1902 . 






Sometime during the tenth century the Danes con- 
quered the southern coast of Wales and remained long 
enough to give to about thirty places names which still 
remain. One of them was Stakepol, derived from the 
Danish stak, meaning a heap or pile. Many piles of rock 
around the coast of Great Britain are called Stack Rocks. 
The letter k was not used in the old Saxon language, neither 
is it found in Welsh and Irish, yet the old spelling, Stakepol, 
persisted for centuries. 

The Normans, too, used the letter k but little. Clerk is 
in both Saxon and Norman clerc. The combination of c 
and k as in stack, is due to the insertion of a k in such words 
as stacking, stacked, etc., where without a k the sound of s 
would be given to c, coming before i and e.* 

Pol in old English, and pwll in Welsh, means a pool of 
water. Hence the small inlet back of the Stack Rock, at 
Broadhaven, was called Stakepol, and perhaps it was pro- 
nounced in three syllables. The place gave origin to the 
surname, which in the oldest records is always written 
de Stakepol, after the Norman style. The Normans made 
their first permanent settlement in Pembrokeshire about the 
year 1091, A.D., and within the next fifteen years all the 
southern part of Pembrokeshire was occupied by them. It 
has long been known as Little England Beyond Wales. The 
founder of the Stackpole family must have settled here 
about that time. Who was he ? 

In the first edition of this book a tradition was pub- 
lished concerning a GUILLAUME de MONTVALAI, who 

*Roemer's Origins of the English People and of the English Lan- 
guage, pp. 129, 314. 


came over in the train of William the Conqueror and was 
assigned an estate in Horsham, Sussex, not far from the 
battlefield of Hastings. No mention of such a man has been 
found in history, nor of his son, Richard. These were, 
probably, fanciful creations of Count George Stacpoole of 
Paris, and he persuaded the College of Heraldry to publish, 
in 1776, a genealogical account of the early Pembrokeshire 
Stakepols, in which there is but little historical truth. 

Before the Norman Conquest no surnames existed in 
England. They were just beginning to come into use in 
France. Many surnames arose from names of places in 
which families lived. This was especially true of the 
nobility. Such is the origin of the surname Stakepol, and 
it dates back certainly to the end of the eleventh century. 
Very few surnames are as old. The historian, Freeman, 
smiles at the claim of some families, in search of an ancient 
ancestry, to a surname dating before the Conquest. 

A recent historian* says, "The name Stackpool was at 
first the designation of an inlet near the Stack, a project- 
ing rock at its mouth, and the first Norman settler, Sir 
Elidur, called himself De Stackpool. The spelling Stack- 
pole is incorrect and misleading." He says again, "On a 
creek, sheltered and woody, Stackpool Court, on the site of 
a castle founded by the Norman, Elidur de Stackpole, 
eleventh century, formerly belonging to the Lorts, now to 
the Earl of Cawdor." 

The description given by Richard Fenton in 1810 is so 
interesting that it is here copied at length. In a footnote 
he adds, "Notwithstanding the modern spelling of the name, 
I have taken the liberty to write it as above on the authority 
of the MS referred to, and the most ancient documents I 
have consulted." His description is as follows : — 

"Stackpool Court, the elegant seat of Lord Cawdor, 
undoubtedly took its name, and so I find it noted in a MS. I 
have had access to in the Bodleian Library, from the Stack 
rock at the mouth of the pool or estuary of Broadhaven, 
at the head of which it stands. The house is situated on 

*Annals and Antiquities of Counties and County Families of 
Wales, by Thomas Nicholas. Vol. II, pp. 897, 836. London, 1875. 


the western side of the water, on a fine eminence at the 
edge of a bold declivity, and before it yielded to the present 
noble edifice had partly a castellated form, though it had 
been for a century before, by every addition and alteration 
it experienced, gradually losing its ancient and honorable 
baronial character and moulding itself to the fashion of 
the times. However, there can be no doubt of its retain- 
ing much of its castle strength and massiveness at the time 
of the civil wars, as it was fortified and garrisoned for the 
king; for in the account given by the parliamentary forces 
of the siege they say, "The walls were so strong that the 
ordnance did but little execution." It surrendered on 
quarter, and sixty soldiers completely armed were found in 
the house. 

The mansion now occupying the same site, of wrought 
limestone, was built by the grandfather of the present noble 
possessor who was son of Sir Alexander Campbell, of 
Cawdor Castle in Scotland, the first of the name who set- 
tled here, by marrying Miss Lort, the sole heiress of this 
great property. Though there have been objections to the 
heaviness of its architecture, it is a large and magnificent 
pile and well adapted to its site. It has two fronts, the 
principal facing phe pleasure grounds and the grand ap- 
proach ; the othei* looking over a fine piece of water at the 
foot of the slope it stands on to the park. You enter the 
latter from a terrace of great breadth, extending the length 
of it, and after descending a flight of steps, continued on a 
lower level the whole length of a spacious conservatory, fur- 
nished with a choice collection of the rarest shrubs and 
plants. On the opposite side is the park, of great compass 
and well stocked with deer. The hills skirting the lake by 
the house and forming its boundary are richly wooded in 
every direction, as are the pleasure grounds and shrubbery 
in front, beyond which, but completely hid, are the gardens, 
including the hot-houses, on an immense scale. A charm- 
ing piece of water admirably planned now fills the vale 
under the house, which, till this change of late years took 
place, crept an inconsiderable stream, checked with reeds 
and osiers all the way to the place where it felt and was 


lost in the tide. The dam for altering the level, necessary 
to unite the water, is happily hid under an elegant bridge 
of eight arches, connecting the grounds on the side of the 
mansion with the park. The lake is most abundantly 
stocked with aquatic wild-fowl of every sort if wild they 
may be called that collect at a call and come in flocks to dry 
land to be fed like barn-door poultry. 

The house is distributed into a number of very noble 
apartments, and the library is large and well furnished. 
In one of the rooms, hung round with family pictures, there 
is a portrait whole length of Lord Cawdor, by Sir Joshua 
Reynolds, and of Lady Cawdor by William Breechey; and 
in an adjoining room an original portrait of the late Lord 
Holland. The offices are all well arranged, and the stables 
forming a detached quadrangular building are in a style 
of princely pretension. Of Stackpool, without straining 
compliment, it may be safely said that there are few places 
which display more magnificence without or more sump- 
tuous hospitality and elegant comfort within. 

This, like all baronial residences in the country, had its 
mill, an inseparable appendage on the little stream below 
it, though long since swept away ; but of which Giraldus has 
left a memorable record, as connected with a most ludicrous 
story he relates. But to sum up the importance of Stack- 
pool it stands in the midst of a contiguous property of 
fifteen thousand acres of the most valuable land without the 
intervention of one incapable of cultivation. 

The first possessor of Stackpool we hear of was Sir 
Elidur or Leonard de Stackpool, who stands at the head 
of all pedigrees of his name ; the same whom Giraldus men- 
tions and who, no doubt, took the cross at the time Bald- 
win made his transit through this country preaching the 
crusade. From him not more than two descents were cast 
before the great possessions of this family fell amongst 
daughters, the co-heiresses of Sir Richard Stackpool, one of 
whom, Joan, who had Stackpool to her share, married Sir 
Richard Vernon of Hodnet in Staffordshire. While the 
estate remained in that name I do not find any of them 
residing in the old baronial mansion, nor do we find it reg- 


ulaiiy inhabited again till the year 1536 (for then the Ver- 
nons owned it) , about which time the Lorts got possession 
of it, but whether by marriage or purchase I know not. 
In the family of Lort it continued till its union with that of 
Campbell, as I have said before, in the person of Sir Alex- 
ander Campbell, whose great grandson, Lord Cawdor, now 
enjoys it. 

A younger son of this house, most likely a brother of 
the crusader, was one of the adventurers who joined Strong- 
bow on his expedition to Ireland; and settling there laid 
the foundation of a family of some rank in the county of 
Clare, where his descendants still continue, and by one of 
whom Lord Cawdor's grandfather was presented with two 
prints, one of a warrior taken I suppose from some monu- 
ment ; the other of a dignified clergyman of the same family, 
with some short account of it since its migration from 

Cross the bridge to the park from which you have a 
delightful view of the house, as in the annexed plate, from 
the elegant pencil of Lady Cawdor, appears. A pleasant 
ride along the park brings me to the respectable village 
of Stackpool having its cross, where the ancient Lord's vas- 
sals resided, within the reach of his arbitrary call in war or 
peace to render their services, and where the present Lord's 
happier tenantry live in habitations that bespeak a degree 
of comfort and independence, which can not be felt and 
enjoyed as it ought but by a contrast with the humiliating 
picture of the feudal age. 

Hence I descend to a vale on the right, where a private 
gate was unlocked, leading through a woody avenue to the 
church of Cheriton, or as it is sometimes called Stackpool- 
Ehdur from its founder, which stands at the head of this 
sequestered dell. The church is a plain building, but with 
a tower, consisting of a nave and chancel, having two small 
aisles on the south side, one occupied by the family pew, 
and the other entered from the chancel the family burying 
place ; and on the north side of the chancel, under a wrought 
canory of stone, lies a cross-legged knight, his right hand 
on h-s sword and his left bearing his shield, evidently once 


painted over with his arms; and there can be no doubt of 
his representing Elidur de Stackpool. The sides of the 
tomb are in compartments, each compartment containing a 
figure, but so disfigured by white-wash with which the 
champion of the cross, as well as every other part of the 
monument, has been so plastered and replastered, that noth- 
ing of their character or design can be made out. On the 
south side of the chancel, but not under a canopy, is the 
effigy of a lady, well executed in a hard yellowish stone, in 
a very singular costume particularly the headdress. In 
the family mausoleum are two monuments of a more 
recent date; and in the belfry aisle two effigies, with the 
clerical habit and tonsure, one uninscribed and the other 
with an inscription too illegible to identify the dead."* 

In this citation from Fenton allusion is made to a ludi- 
crous story told by Giraldus Cambrensis, Gerald the Welsh- 
man, sometimes called Gerald de Barri, who accompanied 
Archbishop Baldwin of Canterbury through Wales in the 
year 1188, when Baldwin preached the crusade led by 
Richard the Lion-Hearted, and wrote in Latin an account of 
the itinerary. The story is of interest and gives positive 
evidence by a contemporary historian of the existence of 
Sir Elidur and of Stackpole Court in the twelfth century. 
He says, "In the province of Pembrokeshire another 
instance occurred, about the same time, of a spirit's appear- 
ing in the house of Eliodorus de Stakepole, not only sensibly 
but visibly, under the form of a red-headed young man, who 
called himself Simon. Seizing the keys from the person to 
whom they were entrusted, he impudently assumed the 
steward's office, which he managed so prudently and prov- 
idently that all things seemed to abound under his care, and 
there was no deficiency in the house. Whatever the master 
or mistress secretly thought of having for their daily use or 
provision, he procured with wonderful agility, and without 
any previous directions, saying you wished that to be done 

*The above citation is from a "Historical Tour through Pem- 
brokeshire" by Richard Fenton, Esq., F. A. S. London, 1811. Printed 
for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, etc. It is illustrated by engrav- 
ings of Stackpool Court and of the Tomb of Sir Elidur Stackpool, 
made in 1810 and 1809. 


and it shall be done for you. He was also well acquainted 
with their treasures and secret hoards, and sometimes up- 
braided them on that account; for as soon as they seemed 
to act sparingly and avariciously, he used to say, "Why are 
you afraid to spend that heap of gold and silver, since your 
lives are of so short duration, and the money you so cau- 
tiously hoard up will never do you any good?" He gave the 
choicest meat and drink to the rustics and hired servants, 
saying that those persons should be abundantly supplied by 
whose labors they were acquired. Whatever he determined 
should be done, whether pleasing or displeasing to his mas- 
ter and mistress (for as we have said before he knew all 
their secrets), he completed in his usual expeditious manner 
without their consent. He never went to church nor 
uttered one Catholic v/ord. He did not sleep in the house, 
but was ready at his office in the morning. He was at 
length observed by some of the family to hold his nightly 
converse near a mill and a pool of water, upon which dis- 
covery he was removed. Summoned the next morning be- 
fore the master of the house and his lady, and receiving his 
discharge he delivered up the keys which he had held for 
upwards of forty days. Being earnestly interrogated at 
his discharge who he was? he answered that he was begot- 
ten upon the body of a rustic in that parish by a demon in 
the shape of her husband ; naming the man and his father- 
in-law then dead and his mother still alive; the truth of 
which the woman upon examination openly avowed".* 

This illegitimate son of an incarnate devil had more 
brains than his father, mother and master, and his views 
concerning the distribution of wealth might well be shared 
by modern socialists. 

If Fenton had more carefully examined the old print, 
which he says was presented to the grandfather of the then 
Lord Cawdor, he would have found underneath the portrait 
of the knight in Norman armor the following bit of ancient 
history : — 

*See the Itinerary of Archbishop Baldwin through Wales, A. D. 
MCLXXXIII by Giraldus de Barri. Translated by Sir Richard Colt 
Hoare, Bart. Vol. II, ^p. 205, 206. London, 1806. 


"Sir Richard Stacpoole of Pembrokeshire 
Who was knighted by William the Conqueror. The dif- 
ferent Welsh Historians and the old Records of that Prin- 
cipality mention him among the most respectable Men in 
the Year one thousand and ninety-one, being the fourth 
year of the reign of King William Rufus. He married Mar- 
garet, second Sister of Sir Richard Turberville, Lord of 
Coyty, and died without issue. Robert, the only brother of 
Sir Richard Stacpoole, married a daughter of Sir John Sit- 
sylt or Cecill, ancestor to Sir William Cecill, Lord Burghley, 
and Lord High Treasurer of England in the Reign of Queen 
Elizabeth. Sir William Stacpoole, his oldest Son, married 
a daughter of Howel ap Ithel, Lord of Roos and Ryuonioc, 
now Denbighland. Said Sir William had a Command in 
an Army raised in the Reign of King Stephen against David 
King of Scots, but died young, leaving three Sons and one 
Daughter. His oldest Son, Sir Richard Stacpoole of Stac- 
poole in the County of Pembroke, married a daughter of Sir 
Henry Vernon in the Peke. No mention is made of his 
second Son, but Robert the youngest, encouraged by his 
Cousin Robert Fitz Stephen, went over to Ireland with 
Richard Earl of Strigule known by the name of Strong- 
bow, and was a Captain of Archers in that Division of the 
Army which Fitz Stephen commanded under Strongbow, 
in the Year eleven hundred and sixty-eight, being the four- 
teenth Year of King Henry the second. Said Robert after- 
v/ards settled in Ireland, and from him the Stacpooles of 
the County of Clare are descended. The old Mansion of 
Stackpole Court and a large estate in Pembrokeshire 
descended to a Granddaughter of the second Sir Richard 
Stacpoole and is now the Property of the Son of the late 
Pryse Campbell, Esq., who v/as Member for that County." 
The "dignified clergyman" mentioned by Fenton was no 
other than John Stacpoole Esq. of Cragbrien Castle in the 
County of Clare, Ireland. Under his portrait it is recorded 
that he "departed this life the eighteenth of April, 1771, 
at the advanced age of Ninety-Seven, retaining to that late 
Period the most eminent Abilities, joined to the greatest 
Philanthropy of Heart, so that it remained a question 


whether he was most Beloved or Admired, and though His 
Mansion was the Seat of the most Unbounded HospitaUty, 
His Coffers ever open to the Indigent and Deserving, and His 
Indulgence to a numerous Tenantry seemed more like the 
Parent than the Landlord, to the establishment of many 
Families; yet He increased His Patrimony to that degree 
and purchased so many and extensive Tracts of Land, as to 
leave behind Him one of the Largest and best Circumstanced 
Estates in Ireland, and so far was He from taking advan- 
tage of any One's Distress, that All who ever dealt with Him 
acknowledge Him as the Fairest and most Liberal of Pur- 

If Learning, Eloquence and Graceful Ease, 
Sense to advise and sprightly Wit to please. 
And every Innate Virtue Heaven e'er gave, 
Could make Immortal, He had escaped the Grave." 

This fulsome praise doubtless flowed from the pen of 
Count George Stacpoole. There lies before me the first 
little volume of a work in four parts, entitled "Some Short 
Historical Anecdotes, with Remarks Relative to Ireland," 
dedicated to John Stacpoole, Esq. of Cragbrien by his most 
dutiful nephew George Stacpoole and published at Corke 
in 1762. About this time George Stacpoole was trying to 
establish his claim to the extinct baronage, De la Zouche, 
and in 1776 he caused the above mentioned portraits to be 
engraved, and his money persuaded the College of Her- 
aldry to prepare a Genealogical Table of the old Stackpole 
family of Pembrokeshire, with varied coats of arms of fam- 
ilies related by marriage. It differs in some particulars 
from what is said under the portrait of Sir Richard Stac- 
poole. Both accounts spell the old name Stacpoole, though 
the second o crept into the name in Ireland as late as the 
year 1700. With changed spelling the account is as 
follows : — 

A Genealogical Table of the Family of STACKPOLE of 
Stackpole in the County of Pembroke. 

A STACKPOLE, of Stackpole, in the Hundred 

of Castle Martin, in the County of Pembroke, had two sons. 
The elder. Sir Richard Stackpole, Kt., living 4 William 


Rufus A.D. 1091, married Margaret, second dau. of Will- 
iam Berkrowls Kt. by Phelice, dau. of de Vere, 

Earl of Oxford, and died without issue. 

Robert Stackpole, brother and heir of Sir Richard 

Stackpole, Kt., married dau. of Sir John Sitsyll, 

Cecil, Ancestor of the Cecils, Earls of Salisbury and 

Sir William Stackpole of Stackpole, son and heir of the 

preceding, married dau. of Howel ap Ithel, Lord 

of Roos Ryoniock, and had three sons and a daughter. 

Robert Stackpole, the third son, encouraged by his 
cousin, Robert Fitz Stephen, went into Ireland with Richard 
Strongbow, Earl of Strigule, in the XIV of Hen., II A. D. 
1168, and from him the Stacpooles of the County of Clare are 

Sir Richard, eldest son of Sir William Stackpole, mar- 
ried Margaret, eldest daughter and coheir of Sir Payne 
Turberville of Coity Kt., Ancestor to the Noble Family of 
Talbot, Earl of Shrewsbury, and had a son, 

Richard Stackpole, who married Isabell, daughter of 
Laundry, and had a daughter, 

Isabell Stackpole, who was the second wife of Rice ap 
Griffith. Their daughter and sole heir, 

Joan, married Sir Richard Vernon of Haddon, in the 
County of Derby, Kt., and died 41 Edward III. 1376. Their 

Sir Richard Vernon of Haddon, Treasurer of Calais, 
married Bennet, daughter and heir of William Ludlow. 

From this Sir Richard Vernon of Haddon descended 
the present Baron Vernon of Kinderton, and from a Female 
of the same Family is descended also the present Duke of 
Rutland, both which Families Quarter ye Arms of Stack- 

Some of the statements here made are based upon his- 

*References, Ancient Records of Wales, Dr. Powell's History of 
Wales, Dugdale's College of Arms, Vincent's Wales College of Arms, 
p. 779, Edmondson's Peerage. 

The above-named engravings and Genealogical Table are men- 
tioned in Granger's Biographical History of England, Vol. IV, p. 359, 
published in 1779. 



torical documents, but imagination and pride supplied the 
rest. In the year 1902 Henry Owen, D.C.L., High Sheriff 
of Pembrokeshire, who belongs to a very old family of 
Welsh antiquarians, published a book entitled Old Pembroke 
Families, in which is a chapter on the Lords of Stackpole. 
It is based on printed and manuscript records of England 
and Wales. His account is as follows: — 

"The earliest lords of Stackpole of whom we find any 
mention came of a Norman family who had styled them- 
selves de Stackpole, but the records are so scanty that it 
is not possible to say with any certainty what relationship 
they bore to each other. The first of whom we hear is 
Elidor de Stackpole, who had for his seneschal, according 
to Gerald, an evil spirit who spent his nights in the pool 
at Stackpole mill. Elidor founded the church of Stackpole- 
Elidor or Cheriton (so called to distinguish it from Stack- 
pole Bosher or Bosherton), and, like other founders, was 
afterwards held to be the patron saint; there is no author- 
ity for Fenton's statement that he went on Archbishop 
Baldwin's crusade, or that the tomb in Stackpole Church 
is his ; he lived in the earlier part of the 12th century. 

The successor of Elidor was his son Robert, who, 
between 1180 and 1190, gave to Slebech two messuages and 
two bovates of land in Stackpole, and to St David's, for the 
repose of his own soul and that of Milo de Cogan, the church 
of Trefduant (St Edryn's). The de Stackpoles evidently 
held lands in the episcopal lordship of St David's, for Bishop 
Peter de Leia acknowledged by charter the rights of Elidor, 
brother of Robert, at Hendrewen, which charter was con- 
firmed by King John in 1206. William, presumably another 
brother, granted to Slebech a carucate of land at Alleston, 
and it is worthy of note that the knights of Slebech retained 
their grants in a way which the Bishops of St David's 
would have done well to follow. For example, Gerald 
accuses Bishop Peter aforesaid with having sold lands of 
the see at Burton to Philip, another brother of Robert, for 
"Irish Gold." It was this Philip who joined in the Pem- 
brokeshire invasion of Ireland in the time of Henry II. to 
which reference has been made in the previous papers, and 


founded the well-known family of Stackpole in County 

There is in the writer's possession a print of one "Sir 
Richard Stackpole of Pembrokeshire," stated (although his 
looks belie it) to have been "highly respected in the year 
1091." There is beneath a long and entirely inaccurate 
account of Sir Richard and of his descendants. Sir Richard 
had no existence. The print, and that of a priest of the 
same family, together with the genealogical details, were 
invented by a certain Count Stackpole, of the Irish fam- 
ily, who lived at Paris at the close of the 18th century. 

After Elidor and his four sons we find nothing recorded 
of the de Stackpoles until 1247, when a Philip de Stackpole 
held four knight's fees of the Earl of Pembroke, and in 1268 
[1272] this Philip (or a son of the same name) passed by 
a fine to Robert de Crespyng and Matilda his wife, for 
thirty marks of silver, a carucate of land in Merlynch 
(Marledge) . In those days it was the custom to obtain the 
authority of the great men of the neighborhood as witnesses 
to charters, which were the conveyances of the period; we 
find the name of Richard de Stackpole, knight, the son of 
Philip, a witness to three charters between 1272 and 1308. 
One of them was that of the Earl Aymer de Valence to 
Monkton Priory, and the two others were the Angle char- 
ters of 1273 and 1293 ; his arms were said to have been — 
Argent, a lion rampant gules, collared or (these are given 
in the Golden Grove Book as — Argent, three mullets sable) . 
In 1314 another Richard (his son) held a fee at Mirian Lony 
(the Merrion by Linney), and ten years later five fees of 
the Earl of the yearly value of 100 marks. In 1336 the 
heirs of Richard de Stackpole held of the bishop of Lam- 
phey and Llawhaden. In 1336 John de Stackpole, chaplain, 
(probably a trustee), granted to William de la Roche the 
yearly sum of £400, a large sum in those days, out of the 
manors of Burton and Hodgeston, with a right of entry in 
default of payment ; we are not told the reason of this grant, 
but it seems to have been some family settlement. In 1349 
we find Richard de Stackpole (son of the Richard of 1314) 
holding the fee at Mirian Lony ; he married about that year 


Margaret, sister of Richard Turberville, of Coyty, in 
Glamorgan, and was the last of the male line of the Stack- 
poles of Stackpole; for two hundred years the barony was 
held by the non-resident family of Vernon. 

We have no particulars of the barony ; that it was exten- 
sive may be gathered from the places mentioned above. 
Marteltwy was held of the barony by the Carews and Frey- 
strop by the de la Roches. 

By what descent Stackpole passed to the Vernons, the 
pedigree books differ; but the more plausible account is 
that Richard de Stackpole and Margaret above mentioned 
had two daughters ; Isabella, who married Rhys ap Gruff ydd, 
of Llanagthen, co. Carmarthen, and died without issue ; and 
Joanna, who then became sole heiress and brought Stack- 
pole to the family of her husband, Sir Richard de Vernon 
of Harlaston (not Hodnet, as Fenton says), co. Stafford. 
Sir Richard lived at any rate for a time at Stackpole, and 
in 1400 was on a commission to inquire as to the King's 
debtors at Pembroke, but we find no further trace of the 
Vernons in the local records. They had large possessions 
and great offices in England, and confided the management 
of their Pembrokeshire estates to the stewards and bailiffs. 
Sir Richard's son, another Richard, was speaker of the 
Parliament at Leicester, known in history as the Bats Par- 
liament ; and this Richard's son, William, was the last con- 
stable of England for life. Henry, the son of William, was 
governor to Prince Arthur, son of Henry VII, and built 
Haddon Hall, which then became the principal seat of the 

The conflicting statements of historians led me to a more 
careful search of the Public Records of Great Britain and of 
historical authorities, with the results that are here set 

The first one of the Stackpole family mentioned in 

*The above is taken from PEMBROKE FAMILIES, in the ancient 
County Palatine of Pembroke, compiled by Henry Owen, D. C. L., 
Oxon., F. S. A., High Sheriff of Pembrokeshire. London. Published 
for the author by Chas. L. Clark, 36 Essex Street, Strand, 1902. 
He goes on to give the history of Stackpole under the Vernon and 
Lort and Campbell families. 


authentic history is Elidyr de Stakepol. Giraldus Cam- 
brensis, writing about the year 1188, speaks of him as of a 
previous generation. He calls him, in Latinized form, Elio- 
dorus de Stakepole. The church of Stackpole-Elidyr was 
doubtless named for him as the builder and patron saint. 
The old square Norman tower, or belfry, still standing, is 
sufficient proof of its early origin. Ludchurch, about 
twelve miles northeast of Stackpole Court, was also dedi- 
cated to St. Elidyr and may have been built by Elidyr de 
Stakepol. Some have supposed that the name is derived 
from St. Heliodorus, who was a native of Dalmatia and 
friend of St. Jerome, whom he accompanied on some of his 
journeys. He was made bishop of Altino, in Italy, and 
assisted, in 381 A. D., at the Council of Aquileia, where he 
vigorously opposed Arianism. The relics of this saint are 
shown at Torcelli, in Venetia.* 

But Elidyr, although a word of Greek origin, meaning 
gift of the sun, or perhaps votive offering to the sun, was 
a very common name among the Welsh of that time and of 
earlier times, found often in the writings of Welsh histo- 
rians and in the public records of England. Goeffrey of 
Monmouth names Elidyr the Pious as one of the ancient 
mythical kings of Britain. There is a mountain in Wales 
called Elidyr Fawr. Here, then, is a man with a Welsh 
name, in possession of a Norman-built stronghold, with only 
Normans and Flemings as neighbors for many miles. No 
Welshman owned a castle in southern Pembrokeshire in his 
time. The Welsh then dwelt in the mountainous regions 
and were in almost continual conflict with the Norman set- 
tlers. I can account for his Welsh name only on the sup- 
position that someone of the first Norman adventurers mar- 
ried a Welsh woman and perhaps in this way, as well as 
by conquest, obtained possession of Stakepol. We know 
historically that some possessions in Wales were thus 
gained. There is need of a generation earlier than Elidyr 
to account for the possession of this estate, which was one 
of the largest held by the barons under the Earl of Pem- 

*See Baring-Gould's Lives of the Saints. 


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broke. The land must have been all taken as early as the 
year 1100, and then Elidyr was not old enough to have taken 
original possession, since his son Robert is known to have 
been living in the year 1216. The prevalence of the name 
Richard in the family suggests that this might have been 
the name of the Norman knight who was father of Elidyr 
by a Welsh wife. No records have been discovered to 
solve the question. 

Elidyr de Stakepol had a castle, sublet small farms to 
villani, or tenants, held Court-Baron three times a year, 
and paid homage and taxes to the Earl of Pembroke. He 
had a mill on the pool east of his castle. He must have 
been often in military conflict with the Welsh, and tradition 
says that he went on a crusade and that his efiigy is seen at 
Cheriton, on the altar-tomb in the church of Stackpole- 
Elidyr. This tradition is disputed by some. "Elidur lived 
in the earlier part of the twelfth century but this effigy at 
Cheriton is clad in armor worn in the early fifteenth cen- 
tury. There is also the efiigy of a lady in this church : she 
rests on on altar-tomb, which corresponds to that of her 
male companion. This lady wears a square headdress and 
low-cut bodice, such as were in vogue during the reign of 
Henry IV. — So Fenton's Sir Elidyr most likely represents 
Richard Vernon, and the lady is Johanna, the last of the 
Stackpoles at Stackpole."* 

The above supposition, however, seems improbable. The 
monument to Sir Elidyr de Stakepol and that to his wife 
may have been erected two centuries after their time and 
so sculptured according to late costumes. The Vernons 
lived but little here, and there is no record or inscription 
that any Vernon was buried here. The posture of the 
eflfigy, with legs crossed, is traditionally that which com- 
memorates a crusader. The church of Stackpole-Elidyr 
(St. Elidyr and St. James) was repaired in 1851, and then 
Sir Stephen Richard Glynne, Bart., wrote the following 

"The plan consists of a chancel with south chapel, a nave 

*See review of Henry Owen's Old Pembroke Families, in 
Archsjologia Cambrensis, (1902) Sixth Series, p. 300. 


and transepts with a tower placed at the north end of the 
north transept. The tower tapers, and is without either 
stringcourse or battlement, but has a corbel-table near the 
top; the belfry windows single and narrow. The lower 
part, as usual, is vaulted within. There is a staircase from 
within to the tower. The arches to the transepts are plain 
and pointed ; that to the chancel is round. There are hagio- 
scopes on the north and south, from the transepts into the 
church; that on the south is oblique and reaches to the 
ground; that on the north is straight and has a depressed 
arch. The chancel opens to the south chapel by a wide 
obtuse arch upon imposts. This chapel has a stone vault 
with very plain moulded ribs. At its east end is a curious, 
original stone altar in a perfect state, on which are some 
characters, apparently Ogham. There is also a trefoiled 
piscina. In the chapel is a very fine monumental effigy of a 
cross-legged knight, under a fine ogee, crocketed canopy in 
the wall. This canopy has flowered moulding, all of elegant 
Middle Pointed character. There are also two effigies of 
ladies; and on a paneled altar-tomb, now mutilated, the 
figures of a man and woman under trefoiled arches." 

A footnote says, "The effigy with its crocketed canopy, 
mentioned above, as being in the chantry, lies in the north 
wall of the chancel, in what appears to have been its orig- 
inal position. The cist beneath containing the skeleton of 
(as may be confidently supposed) Sir Elidyr de Stackpole 
was found in 1851, when the exterior face of the wall was 

The Great Roll of the Pipe, of Henry IL, containing rec- 
ords of the Exchequer of England, mentions Richard de 
Stakepol four times between the years 1169 and 1176. The 
records in 1175 and 1176 are identical and as follows, 
"Roger de Oxinford deb III m p habendo recto de XVI m. 
qas Ric de Stakepol ei detinet. Sed abiit in Hibn." Roger 
of Oxford owed the Treasury of England three marks for 
having right to sixteen marks which Richard de Stakepol 
withheld from him. But as a reason for Richard's failure 

*See Archseologia Cambrensis, or Journal of the Cambrian 
Archaeological Society, Fifth Series, Vol. Ill, p. 66. 




to pay him it is added, "But he has gone away into Ireland." 
This was just the time when Strongbow made his descent 
upon Ireland, landing at Wexford in 1169 and followed by 
Henry II. in 1172. The companions of Strongbow were 
about seventy Pembrokeshire knights and their archers. 
We find no other record of this Richard de Stakepol. He 
probably stayed in Ireland and founded the Stacpole family 
of Cork and adjacent counties. He may have been a son or 
a brother of Sir Elidyr de Stakepol. 

The confirmation by Bishop Anselm of certain lands and 
properties in Wales to the Knights Hospitalers of St. John, 
at Slebech, cites the charter of Peter, who was Bishop of 
Menevia, or St. David's, 1176-1198, as follows,— "Know ye 
that we have inspected the charter of our predecessor Peter 
of good memory in these words ; Peter by the grace of God 

Bishop of Menevia confirms those possessions 

which belong to them in our diocese through the liberality 
of Earls, Barons, Knights, and other faithful people of God, 

as well French as Welsh and Flemish, Ex dono Willi 

fil: Eliduri unam carrucatam terr: in Pembrochshire. Ex 
dono Robti fil : ejusdem duo messuagia et dua bovatus terrae 
ad Stakpol".* 

Here we have two sons of Elidyr de Stakepol, William 
and Robert, giving land to the Commandery of Knights 
Hospitalers at Slebech before the year 1176. William 
gave a carucate of land at Alleston, once known as Aylward- 
stone, i. e. Eilardstown. A map in Camden's Britain, 
printed in 1637, locates Aleston about one mile west of Lan- 
fey (Lamphrey) and four miles north of Stackpole Court. 
A carucate, or ploughgang, of land was as much as a team 
of eight oxen could cultivate in a year, usually reckoned as 
one hundred and twenty acres. A plow-team was made up, 
after the old Anglo-Saxon custom, of eight oxen, yoked four 
abreast. We know nothing more about William, son of 
Elidyr de Stakepol. 

Robert gave two messuages, consisting of house and gar- 

*See Archaeologia Cambrensis, Fifth Series, Vol. XIV, pp. 106, 
206, 217, and also the Appendix to Fenton's Historical Tour through 
Pembrokeshire, where the full Latin charter is printed. 


den of a few acres, and two bovates, or oxgangs, of land 
at Stakepol. A bovate contained about fifteen acres. "A 
half-virgate is the land of one ox ; next to this is a virgate, 
or the land of a single yoke of oxen ; next a half hide, which 
is two virgates, or half a carucate ; next a full hide, or caru- 
cate, which is four virgates; and lastly, a knight's fee of 
four hides".* 

Slebech Hall was a seat of a Commandery of Knights 
Hospitalers of St. John, about twelve miles north by east of 
Stackpole Court, on the Cleddau river, that empties into the 
waters of Milford Haven. It lay about midway between 
Haverfordwest and Narberth, and its ruins may still be 
traced. Here for four hundred years the Knights were a 
sort of frontier garrison against the marauding incursions 
of the Welsh, and the owners of estates in Pembrokeshire 
might well contribute to the support of the Commandery 
for their own defense. A very interesting history of the 
Knights at Slebech may be found in Archaeologia Cam- 

Robert de Stakepol was, doubtless, the successor of Sir 
Elidyr as lord at Stackpole Court. About the year 1190 he 
gave a church at Trefduant, or Trefduok, to St. David, as 
the following document shows. The assignment of this 
church to a certain vicar in the year 1278 was the occasion 
tof citing the original charter, and thus it was preserved 
among the Harleian Manuscripts, whence this copy was 
obtained in the year 1909. 

"Item, let the present and future know that I, Robert 
son of Elidir, have given, granted and by this my charter 
have confirmed to God and St. David and to the chapter of 
the church of Menevia, for God and the soul of Milo de 
Cogan and for my soul and the souls of my father and 
mother and of my ancestors, the church of Trefduant with 
all its appurtenances, for the purpose of providing for the 
common life of the canons. These being witnesses, lord 
Peter Bishop of Menevia, into whose hands I have made 
the donation, P, archdeacon, Osbert and Robert, canons, Odo 

* Court Life under the Plantaganets, by Hubert Hall, F. S. A. 


de Carew, patron, Philip de Barri, Adam de la Roche, and 
many others. 

Item, to all the sons of Holy Mother Church who shall 
see or hear the present letters, Richard, by the grace of God 
Bishop of Menevia, eternal salvation in the Lord. The 
office of pastoral care demands, that those things which are 
bestowed upon churches by the faithful, through pious 
largition, should take perpetual confirmation from special 
authority. Hence it is, that we, having considered and 
accepted the donation which Robert, son of Elidir, of good 
memory, once made of the church of Trefduok to God and 
blessed David and the canons of Menevia there serving God, 
do fix and confirm these presents by authority, that the 
church of Menevia have and hold forever the mentioned 
church, for the common life of the aforesaid canons, with 
all things thereto pertaining, for Salvus Caduganus of 
Penres, vicar of the same church, and for the vicars there 
successors of the same, in moiety of the fruits and incomes 
of the whole aforesaid church. So that the same Caduganus 
and all and each of his successors may claim as their own 
the taxes incumbent upon the same church in proportion 
as they collect. In testimony of which thing we have 
caused our seal to be aflfixed to these presents. 

Given at Trefdyn on the Thursday next before the feast 
of the Lord's Annunciation in the year of our Lord one 
thousand two hundred and seventy-eight".* 

Henry Owen identifies this church as St. Edryn's, per- 
haps ten miles east by north from St. David's. Milo de 
Cogan was one of the leaders under the Earl of Strigule, 
called Strongbow, in the conquest of Ireland, often men- 
tioned by Giraldus Cambrensis. He was treacherously slain 
at Linsmore, Ireland, in 1185, his brother Richard de Cogan 
succeeding him. Fenton says that he had a possession in 
Llanmilo, or Castle Llwyd. Cogan is the name of a place 
near Cardiff, Wales. The erection of this church may indi- 
cate a relationship with Milo de Cogan. 

We learn something more of Robert in the following : — 
"Earl William Marshall is commanded that he cause Robert 

*Harleian Manuscripts, 1249, folio 28. 


son of Elidyr to have full seizin of the land which belonged 
to Godfridiis de Lucy in Karwent, with all its appurtenances 
in those parts, which the lord King granted to him, to have 
as long as he pleases".* William Marshall was then Earl 
of Pembroke. Godfridus de Lucy, archdeacon of Derby, 
afterwards Bishop of Winchester, witnessed the will of 
Henry II in 1132 and died before 1205. He took sides 
against King John. There is an Irewent, located a mile 
north of Stackpole Court, in Camden's Britain, but Kar- 
went seems rather to have been Caerwent, the old Roman 
Venta Silurum, four or five miles southwest of Chepstow, 
in Monmouthshire. Caer is from the Latin castrum, and 
went is from the Celtic gwent, champaign, the flat open 
country of the Silures, as the Romans called it. Here was 
anciently an important military station. It may be 
that Richard de Stakepol was enrolled among the Knights 
of Gloucestershire, because of owning land at Karwent. 
The county of Monmouth was organized later, in 1535. 

Another son of Elidyr de Stakepol was Elidyr the priest 
and canon of St. David's. He is mentioned repeatedly by 
Giraldus Cambrensis and was sent by the chapter as one 
of a delegation of four to Richard I in Normandy, in the 
year 1199, and after the death of Richard to King John.f 
Giraldus tells an interesting story about a priest Eliodorus, 
and the index of Sir Richard Colt Hoare's translation of 
Giraldus' Itinerary identifies him with Elidyr de Stakepol. 
The story represents him as an old man before 1176, and 
this Elidyr was living, as we shall see, in 1206, but Giraldus 
is not always accurate as to dates. The story sounds so 
much like that told of the demon in the house of Elidyr de 
Stakepol, that both may well be thought of as stories told 
by Elidyr junior to Giraldus, when they were young priests 
together at St. David's. Hoare's translation is very free 
and omits important particulars. I here offer a more lit- 
eral rendering, preserving the order of words in the 
original as much as possible. 

*Rotuli Litterarum Clausarum, p. 288b. Date, 1216 A. D. 
fOpera Vol. I, pp. 108, 110. 


"A little before these our times there occurred in these 
parts a thing not unworthy of mentioning, which the pres- 
byter Elidyr most constantly related as having happened 
to himself. For when he was now passing his twelfth year 
of boyish innocence, since, as Salomon says, 'The root of 
learning is bitter, though its fruit is sweet', the boy de- 
voted to a literary education, in order to escape discipline 
and the frequent floggings of the teacher, hid himself a 
fugitive in the hollow bank of a certain stream. And when 
he had now lain there concealed without interruption while 
the sun twice revolved, there appeared to him two little 
men, almost of Pygmaean stature, saying, "If you will come 
with us, we will lead you to a land of games and frolics." 
He, nodding assent and rising, followed them leading the 
way, at first through a subterranean and gloomy passage, 
even unto a very beautiful land, highly adorned with 
streams, meadows, woods and plains, dusky, however, and 
not brightened with the open light of the sun. There all the 
days were cloudy, as it were, and the nights were very 
horrid because of the absence of moon and stars. The boy 
was led to the king and presented to him in the presence 
of the court of the realm. When the king had looked at him 
a long time, with the admiration of all, at length he handed 
him over and committed him to the care of his own son, 
who was then a boy. Though the men were of very small 
stature, yet they were strongly built for their size. All 
were flaxen colored and of luxuriant hair, which hung down 
over their shoulders after the manner of women. They 
had horses suited to their littleness, like unto hares in size. 
They ate neither flesh nor fish, using mostly foods made 
of milk and prepared like pottage with saffron, as it were. 
They had no oaths, for they detested nothing so much as 
lies. As often as they returned from the upper hemisphere, 
they spewed out our flatteries, unfaithfulness and incon- 
stancies. They had no open religious worship ; only of the 
truth, as it appeared, they were special lovers and fosterers. 
To resume, the boy used often to ascend to our hemisphere, 
sometimes by the way by which he came, sometimes by 
another way, at first with others and afterwards by himself. 


Only to his mother did he commit himself, declaring to her 
the manner of the country and the nature of the people 
and their state. Advised, therefore, by his mother to bring 
back to her sometime a present of gold, in which the region 
abounded, a golden ball, which the son of the king used 
to play with, he snatched from the game itself and hastening 
his course by the usual way carried it to his mother. And 
when he had now arrived at the door of his father's house, 
though not without the pursuit of that people, as he hast- 
ened to enter his foot stuck fast upon the threshold, and so 
as he fell within the house, while his mother was sitting 
there, two pygmies following his tracks seized the ball that 
had slipped from his hand, giving vent to their contempt 
and scorn by spitting upon the boy. He, indeed, arising 
and coming to himself, is confounded by the wonderful 
shamefacedness of the dead, and cursing and deprecating 
especially the advice of his mother, when he got ready to 
return by the way which he had been accustomed to take, 
and had come to the descent of water and the underground 
passage, approach to him now none appeared, even when 
through quite a period of years he sought as a vain explorer 
the way within the hollow banks of the aforesaid water. 
But since those things which reason does not soften some- 
times grow mellow by delay of time, and long duration 
alone very often blunts our lightened griefs, — if indeed to 
evils many comes an end of time, — at length, however, with 
difficulty recalled and restored to himself by friends and 
especially by his mother and having earnestly given himself 
to letters, finally in process of days he was promoted to 
the grade of priesthood. 

However, when David second, bishop of Menevia, many 
times had stirred up the presbyter, now spent with old age, 
by inquiry concerning this event, never was he able to 
unfold to him the affair in order without tears. He also 
had obtained knowledge of the language of that people, 
whose words even he had been wont to repeat, which he 
had rapidly acquired in the years of boyhood, as is custom- 
ary. Moreover, the words were very much like the Greek 
idiom, just as they were often put before me by the afore- 


said bishop. For when they wanted water, they said, Ydor 
ydorum, which means in Latin, aquam offer, for water is 
called Ydo7' in their language just as also in Greek; whence 
also water- vessels are called Ydriae; and likewise water is 
called Duur in British. So, too, wanting salt they said 
Halgein ydorum, that is, bring salt. Indeed salt is called 
Hal in Greek and haleyn in British. For the British lan- 
guage is found in many things conformed to the Greek, on 
account of the long delay which the Britons, who then were 
called Trojans and afterwards Britons from Brutus their 
leader, made in Greece after the destruction of Troy".* 

The "David second", mentioned above, was uncle to 
Giraldus and bishop of Menevia, or St. David's, dying in 
1176. The "descent of water and underground passage" 
suggests the dam and bridge at the lower end of Stack-pool, 
a photograph of which I obtained. We can easily imagine 
the boy of twelve years playing there and dreaming many 

Giraldus finds much fault with Peter, bishop of Mene- 
via, and charges him with extortions and squandering the 
property of his diocese. He says that "in order that before 
his decease nothing should remain unsold, even that bit of 
an estate, which used to be reserved for the table of the 
bishops, when they visited his church, at Burton, he sold 
to son Elidyr for Irish gold, and the residue Maurice 
carried away".t 

The "Irish gold" probably was furnished by one of the 
priest Elidyr's brothers, who had won spoils in the conquest 
of Ireland and sent them back to fatherland. Burton is 
north of the Cleddau river and outside of the barony of 
Stakepol. We hear no more of it, unless this is referred to 
in the following confirmation of charter made by King John 
in the year 1206. A charter, or deed, from the king made 

* Opera, VI. 75-77. 

fEt ut ante decessum suum nihil invenditus relinqueritur, id modi- 
cum etiam domenici, quod ad mensam episcoporum, cum ecclesiam 
suam visitarent, reservatum uerat apud Bertone, filio Elidir pro auro 
Hybernico vendidit, et residium Mauricius asportavit. — Opera, Vol. 
Ill, p. 310. 


assurance doubly sure and put an end to all litigation, since 
the king was held to be the original owner of all the land. 

"Confirmation of Elidyr, son of Elidyr. John by the 
grace of God [King of England, Lord of Ireland, Duke of 
Normandy and Aquitaine, and Earl of Anjou]. Know ye 
that we have granted and by the present charter have con- 
firmed to Elidyr son of Elidyr the land of Hendavam, which 
Peter bishop of St. David's acknowledged to him as his right 
and granted to him and by his charter confirmed, as the 
charter itself of the same bishop, which he has, reasonably 
witnesses. Wherefore [I wish and firmly decree] that the 
aforesaid Elidyr and his heirs have and hold the aforesaid 
land with all its appurtenances, according to the bound- 
aries contained in the aforesaid charter of the aforesaid 
Bishop, well and in peace, freely, quietly, and wholly, in 
all places and conditions, with all liberties and free usages 
pertaining thereto, as is afore said. Witnessed by Aubrey 
de Vere, Earl of Oxford, Saherus de Quency, Peter son 
of Herbert, Matthew son of Herbert, William of Stoke, 
Godfrey of Luterell, and so forth. Given by the hand of 
Hugo de Wells, archdeacon (of Wells) at Divis, on the 
twelfth day of September, in the seventh year of the reign 
of King John".* 

Henry Owen identifies Hendavarn with Hendrewen, in 
the parish of Jordanston, in northern Pembrokeshire, but 
it looks as though this might be the land above mentioned, 
sold to son Elidyr for Irish gold, in Burton. 

Giraldus Cambrensis also says that Eustace de Stake- 
pol had money extorted from him by Peter, Bishop of St. 
David's. "Novit hoc Eustachius de Stakepole in Pem- 
brokiae finibus, qui ecclesiam, cujus personatum gessit 
aperte, vicario tantum defuncto, sic sequestratum per X 
marcas extortas relaxavit, et vix tandem ad manus suas 
revocavit". Eustace seems to have been a priest and is 
probably the same one whom Giraldus once sent as a mes- 
senger to Rome, and he accuses him of having purloined 

'^Translated from the abbreviated, or shorthand, Latin of Rotuli 
Chartorum, Vol. I, p. 157b. 


the beautiful girdle, which he sent by him as a present to 
the Pope. 

The Annals of Wales say, "Johannes filius Elidir obiit" 
in the year 1193. John is a name that is found in all the 
subsequent generations of the Stakepol family. 

Henry Owen's statement, that Robert de Stakepol had 
a brother Philip, who founded the family in Ireland, is an 
error based on a misreading of Giraldus Cambrensis. The 
first Philip de Stakepol known in the records was probably 
son of Robert. In 1247 he held four knight's fees of the 
Earl of Pembroke. July 2, 1250 (34 Henry III) is the date 
of the following, — "Mandate to Philip de Stakepol, the king 
having heard that the land which he held of Walter Mar- 
shall, Earl of Pembroke, fell to purparty of W. de Valencia, 
the king's brother, and Joan his wife, one of the heirs of 
the said Marshall, to do homage for the same to the said 
William and to be intendant to the said William and Joan 
as his lords for his service"* 

It is probably the same Philip who is named in the fol- 
lowing document, a copy of which, in abbreviated Latin, 
was sent to me by the above named Henry Owen. The 
translation is quite strictly literal. 

"This is the final agreement made in the court of Lord 
William de Valence, Earl of Pembroke, on the Tuesday next 
after the feast of St. Edmund Rich, in the fifty-seventh 
year of the reign of King Henry son of King John, (1272) 
in the presence of lords William de Boleville, then seneschal 
of Pembroke, Robert de Vale, David de Wydeworth, John 
of Castle-Martin, knights. Tankard de Hospital, then sheriff 
of Pembroke, Roger de Mortimer, Gilbert de la Roche, 
Walter Malefant, John de Castro, freeholders, and other 
faithful [vassals] of lord William de Valence then there 
present, between Robert de Crespyng and Matilda his wife, 
plaintiffs, and lord Philip de Stakepol, lord of Stakepol- 
Elyder, defendant, concerning a carucate of land with 
appurtenances in the tenement of Merlynch [Marledge], 
about which suit was begun between them in the same 
court by writ of Warranty of Charter, to wit: — that said 

♦Calendar of Patent Rolls, Henry III, p. 69. 


lord Philip for himself and his heirs acknowledged said land 
with its appurtenances to belong to him the said Robert 
and to Matilda his wife all the days of their life and to their 
heirs born of the said Matilda forever, or to their assigns, 
as that which they have by gift and grant of said lord Philip 
TO HAVE AND TO HOLD said land with its appurte- 
nances, to said Robert and Matilda his wife all the days of 
their life and to their heirs born of the said Matilda, or 
to their assigns, from said lord Philip and his heirs, freely, 
quietly, well, peacefully, and hereditarily forever, with all 
liberties, free usages and easements pertaining to said 
land within and without, said Robert and Matilda his wife 
paying thereafter annually all the days of their life and 
their heirs born of the said Matilda forever, to said lord 
Philip and heirs or assigns, one obolus on the feast of St. 
Michael, and making annually three suits at court of said 
lord and his heirs of Stakepol Elider during the reasonable 
sum of fifteen days. And said lord Philip and his heirs 
shall warrant, acquit, and defend said Robert and Matilda 
his wife and their heirs or assigns, as is before said, against 
all men and women. For the above final agreement, 
acknowledgment of right and warrantization said Robert 
and Matilda his wife have given thirty marks of silver to 
said lord Philip, and so forth".* 

The above citation is what is known as a "foot of a fine", 
the part at the bottom or foot of a deed torn off and pre- 
served in the archives, it being the substance of what is 
contained in the deed. A fictitious suit was begun in court, 
and this was the final settlement, that immediately fol- 
lowed. It is called a "fine" from the word finalis in the 
phrase with which the deed begun, Haec est finalis con- 
cordia, since it put an end to all legal strife. The leading 
men of Pembrokeshire witnessed the deed. We learn here 
that a Court-Baron was held thrice a year at the residence 
of "lord Philip", and that the place was called in 1276 
"Stakepoll-Elyder", showing that Elidyr de Stakepol was 
prominent enough to stamp his name on the place. An old 

*Sloane Chart, XXXIl, 19. 


record so distinguishes it from "Stakepol Bosher", three 
or four miles south, but belonging from early times to the 
same barony. The Bosher family was known in Ireland 
from the time of the conquest, and the name disappeared 
in Pembrokeshire. 

The annual payment of an obolus, a coin then valued at 
a penny and a half, was a simple recognition that Robert 
de Crespyng owed feudal service to lord Philip de Stakepol. 
Bouvier's Law Dictionary defines secta ad curiam as "suit 
at court, the service due from tenants to the lord of attend- 
ing his courts-baron both to answer complaint alleged 
against themselves and for the trial of their fellow- 

A mark of silver at that time was worth thirteen shil- 
lings and four pence, so that the price per acre was a little 
more than three shillings. It should be remembered, how- 
ever, that the price, fixed by law, of an ox, a cow, or a horse, 
was then three shillings. 

Philip de Stakepol witnessed a charter, or deed, at 
Pembroke, in 1257, and he, or another of the same name, 
witnessed a charter in 1290.* 

Henry Owen has already introduced to us Richard de 
Stakepol, knight, son of Philip, as a witness to three char- 
ters between 1272 and 1308. The following is of interest 
concerning him, dated 12 Kal. Aug. 1290. It is a man- 
date from Pope Nicholas IV. "Mandate to the Bishop of 
St. David's to grant a dispensation to Richard de Stakepol 
and Lucy de Rannvilla, of his diocese, to remain in the 
marriage they have contracted, they being related in the 
fourth degree of kindred ; the marriage having been made 
in order to put an end to the enmities which have long 
subsisted between the two families".! 

*See Charter Rolls, Vol. II, p. 373, and Catalogue of Ancient Deeds, 
Vol. Ill, p. 434, where he is called knight. 

fCalendar of Papal Registers, Vol. I p. 515. Cf. p. 522, where 
under date of 10 Kal. Jan. 1290, is a "Mandate to the bishop of St. 
David's, to make inquiry and grant a dispensation to Geoffrey de 
Rannville and Joan de Herefort to remain in the marriage contracted 
in ignorance that they were related in the fourth degree of kindred, 
declaring their future offspring legitimate". 


Lucy de Rannvilla was, perhaps, the heiress of an extinct 
branch of the Stakepol family, and the root of the "enmi- 
ties" was probably the old "root of all evil". There had 
been trouble, most likely, about division of property. This 
marriage united conflicting interests. 

In the year 1314 Richard de Stakepol held the fee at 
"Mirian Lony (the Merrion by Linney) , and ten years later 
five fees of the Earl, of the yearly value of one hundred 
marks".* He had, then, about two thousand four hundred 
acres in Pembrokeshire, besides land at Caerwent, and was 
one of the largest landowners of his time and region. 
Merion Court is not far from Linney Head and Linney 
River, about five or six miles west of Stackpole Court. 

In 1349 Richard de Stakepol, probably son of the last 
named Richard, held the fee at Mirian Lony. This was 
probably the knight who married Margaret, daughter of 
Sir Pain Turberville of Coyty Castle, Glamorgan. He was 
not the last of the male line of Stakepols at Stackpole Court, 
as Henry Owen says, but he had a son Richard, as an 
Inquisitio post mortem of 1411 plainly shows. On the 
death of Lawrence Berkrolls, knight, it is declared that 
Margaret Turberville, who married Richard de Stakepol, 
had a son Richard, whose daughter, Joan, married Sir 
Richard Vernon and inherited property, her sister Isabella 
having died. Joan was then upwards of forty years of 


Burke's History of the Commoners says that "Sir Pain 
Turberville, Knt. of Coyty Castle, married Gwenllian, dau. 
of Sir Richard Talbot, Knt. and left issue, Gilbert Knt. of 
Coyty, d. s. p. ; Richard d, s. p. ; Catherine m. to Sir Roger 
Berkrolls, Knt.; Agnes m. to Sir John de la Bere, Knt.; 
Sarah m. to Sir William Gamage, Knt., who became Lord 
of Coyty ; and Margaret, m. to Sir Richard Stackpole, Knt." 
The last Sir Richard de Stakepol married Isabel Laundry, 

* Owen's Old Pembroke Families, p. 27, and Calendar of Close 
Rolls, II, 267. 

fEt dicunt quod Johanna que fuit uxor Ric'i Vernon cheveler est 
propinquor here predicts Esabella, vid'l't filia predicte Ric's Stakepole 
filii predicte Margarete, et est etatis XL annorum et amplius. — See 
Topographer and Genealogist, Vol. I, pp. 534-5. London, 1846. 


according to the Genealogical Chart of the College of Her- 
aldry, though this is of very doubtful authority, and had 
daughters Isabel and Joan. Isabel married Rice ap Grif- 
fith and died without issue. Joan married Sir Richard 
Vernon, who was born in 1370 and died in 1401, leaving two 
sons and two daughters. Joan was living in the year 1422.* 

The Genealogical Chart was not a work of imagination 
alone, but was also the product of genealogical research. 
This is proved by the fact that it copied a mistake of the 
Harleian Manuscripts, which say that "Sir Richard Vernon 
of the Peak m. Jone, dau. of Sir Ric. Griffith, dau. and coheir 
of Sir Ric. Stackpole". Joan was not daughter of Griffith, 
but sister of his wife and daughter of the last Sir Richard 

Dr. Powell's translation of Caradoc's History of Wales, 
editions of 1774, 1812, and 1832, gives Stackpole pedigrees 
agreeing in the main with that of the Genealogical Chart, 
and evidently derived from it, since the pedigrees are not 
found in editions of 1584 and 1697. 

Among some papers at Cragbrien, Ireland, was found 
a translation of a French document by M. Manguen, who 
was legal agent in the suit of the heirs of Count George 
Stacpoole, which states that "George might have become 

Lord de la Zouche Codnor and Ashby . His rights, 

which are proven by two acts of Heraldic inquest, were 
acknowledged by George III. on the report of Lord Exeter. 
Two tables are added to this, extracted from two heraldic 
works printed, engraved and published under the warrant 
of the King at Arms, a Royal officer in England. There 
may also be seen, on page 329 of the volume annexed, the 
veracity of this descent and of the foregoing claims, which 
are subjects of public notoriety in the three kingdoms". 
The "acts of heraldic inquest" are, no doubt, the two repro- 
duced on previous pages of this book, and the "volume 
annexed" is the first volume of Select Views in Leicester- 
shire, by J. Throsby (1789), which at page 329 mentions 
the marriage of the daughter of Alan de la Zouche to Rob- 

*See Calendar of Papal Registers, Vol. VII, p. 322. 


ert Stacpoole. "Alan, Lord Zouche, died in the 71st year 
of Edward II., leaving his successor Alan and three daugh- 
ters. Isabella, the eldest, was married to Robert Stacpoole, 
the descendant of Guillaume de Stackpoole de Montvalai, 
who came over with William the Conqueror at the same 
time with Alan-de-la-Zouch. The said Robert and his 
wife afterwards settled in Ireland and were the founders 
of the family in that kingdom". All this is a chain of lies. 
There is no evidence of a Guillaume de Stackpoole de Mont- 
valai, nor of a Montvalai in Normandy or France. It was 
not Robert Stacpoole who founded the family in Ireland, 
but Richard de Stakepol, as we have shown. Two cen- 
turies later a certain Robert Stacpole of Ireland may have 
married Isabella de la Zouche, but more likely such a mar- 
riage never occurred. It was Irish gold that caused those 
statements to be inserted in books. At that time a desired 
pedigree could be worked up by the College of Heraldry for 
money, and authors of books were easily induced to repro- 
duce errors.* 

The following tentative pedigree has much historical 

An Unknown Norman Knight settled at Stakepol about 1091. 

Elidyr de Stakepol, mentioned by Giraldus Cambrensis in 1188 as of 
a previous generation. 


Robert William Richard John Ehdyr 

Cir. 1180-1216 Cir. 1180- went to Ireland died 1193 the priest, 

I Cir. 1169 living 1206 

Philip, named in 1247 and 1272 

Philip, probably, named in 1290 and 1308 

Richard m. Lucy de Rannvilla, named in 1290 and 1314 

Richard m. Margaret BerkroUs, named in 1349 

Richard m. Isabel Laundry (?) circa 1365. 

Isabel m. Sir Richard Griffith and d.s.p. Joan m. Sir Richard Vernon. 

She was born in 1370 and was 
living in 1422. 

*Cf. Nichol's Leicestershire, Vol. Ill, part 2, p. 635, and Edward 
Laws' History of Little England Beyond Wales, p. 131. These authors 
reproduced erroneous statements without historical criticism. 


The descendants of Elidyr de Stakepol occupied Stack- 
pole Court for three centuries. The Vernon family, as 
absentees for nearly all the time, held possession of the old 
Stakepol estate for the next two centuries. The Lort fam- 
ily then got possession of it either by marriage or pur- 
chase. The oldest inscription in the chantry of the church 
of Stackpole-Elidyr is as follows :— "HERE LYETH THE 

"Elizabeth, sister and heir of Sir Gilbert Lort, Bart., of 
Stackpole Court, married, 1689, Sir Alexander Campbell 
of Cawdor, and their son and heir, John Campbell, married, 
1726, Mary, dau. and coheir of Lewis Pryse of Gogarthen, 
being parents of Pryse Campbell, the father of the first 
Baron Cawdor".* The late Earl of Cawdor, John F. 
Vaughan Campbell, born 1817, died 29 March 1898 and 
was buried in the church of Stackpole-Elidyr. His oldest 
son, Frederick Archibald Vaughan Campbell, formerly Vis- 
count Evelyn, born 13 Feb. 1847, succeeded to the earldom 
and died 8 Feb. 1911. He held several public posts and 
was appointed first lord of the admiralty in 1906. 

I visited the ancient cradle of the family, Stackpole 
Court, in July, 1897. Setting out on foot from Pembroke 
early in the morning, I spent the entire day on the estate 
of the Earl of Cawdor. The road winds over hill and dale 
through rolling land of great fertility, divided into pastures 
and meadows by picturesque hedge-rows. Surely the 
Normans can be forgiven for having been captivated by 
the extensive prospects of natural wealth and beauty. At 
the end of an avenue of trees the porter's lodge is seen with 
broad meadows beyond. A mile further on is the Keeper's 
House, upon which the sunbeams pour through an opening 
in the dense foliage. The lands of the Earl are heavily 
wooded with beech, fir, chestnut and lime trees, round which 
twines luxuriant ivy. Well made drives and walks wind 

*The Complete Peerage of Great Britain, Vol. II, p. 20. 


throughout the estate. The present approach to the man- 
sion is by a bridge of a single large arch, with Stack-pool 
on the east side and an artificial pond on the west. The 
eight-arch bridge, described by Fenton, is a mile further 
south and now little used. The house has been remodeled 
since Fenton's time. Porticoes and projections in front 
relieve the monotony of the lengthy structure. The spa- 
cious lawn is broken tastefully by shrubbery here and there, 
and trees with wide-spreading branches bound it on the 
north. The stables are to the south of the lawn, at right 
angles with the house and half concealed by vines and 
foliage. The Earl being in London at Queen Victoria's 
jubilee, I was courteously shown through the principal 
apartments by the house-keeper, who had respect for my 
visiting card. The entrance was adorned with weapons 
and armor, and led by easy ascent immediately to the ele- 
gantly furnished drawing-room, which runs lengthwise 
through the middle of the northern part of the mansion. 
In front of this is the dining room; the library extends 
through a suite of rooms on the east side. It contains about 
ten thousand volumes of choicest books in elegant bindings. 
The walls of all the rooms are almost as profusely decorated 
as a picture gallery with paintings, especially portraits of 
several generations of the family. I was shown a portion 
of the cellar, whose ribbed vault is thought to preserve 
the original architecture of the old castle inhabited by Sir 
Elidyr de Stakepol. A picture of the vault may be seen in 
Laws' History of Little England Beyond Wales, already 
cited. In the rear of the mansion, on the east, is a broad 
terrace overlooking Stackpool, whose waters stretch two 
miles or so towards the sea. The view from this point is 
charming. The conservatory of flowers adjoins it on the 
north side. 

After consulting some books in the library and par- 
taking of refreshments hospitably offered I wandered 
through the shady walks to the village called Stackpole, 
where dwell many of the tenants of Lord Cawdor. There 
is about the village an appearance of neatness, comfort 
and contentment, if not of wealth. If a wage of fourteen 


shillings per week is not high, certainly the rent of a pretty- 
thatched cottage, with garden and cow, for four pounds per 
annum is not exorbitant. The children are happily gath- 
ered, to the number of about one hundred, in a school 
taught by a master and two lady assistants. I was told 
sadly that many of the young people emigrate to America. 
The children were bright, intelligent and fairly well clothed. 
I took a snap-shot of a group of them near a house that is 
used as the post-office. The ancient cross mentioned by 
Fenton in 1810 is broken down and fallen into decay. 

I next proceeded to the church of Stackpole-Elidyr. 
The old large square tower testifies to its Norman origin. 
The rest of the church has been repaired and rebuilt 
repeatedly, yet the general style of the original architec- 
ture has been preserved. It is not large, will accommodate 
perhaps two hundred persons. It is in the form of the Latin 
cross and without aisles. The entrance is in the side oppo- 
site to the tower. In the chancel is the object of chief 
interest, the reputed monument of Sir Elidyr de Stakepol, 
with the knight stretched out in effigy on the top. There is 
no inscription visible. One side and the base are hidden 
by recent masonry. The effigy is cut in limestone, rep- 
resenting him as clad in Norman mail of fine-linked steel, 
showing only a portion of the face with slight mustache. 
There are small defences in plate armor for elbows, wrists, 
knees and legs below the knees. A long straight sword is 
in the grasp of his right hand, and a kite-shaped shield 
rests on his left arm. A dog lies as a support for his feet. 
If the shield ever bore a coat of arms painted thereon, as 
Fenton suggests, it is no longer traceable, though the greater 
part of the whitewash has been removed from the monu- 
ment. The legs are crossed at the knee after the manner 
of crusaders. The sarcophagus rests beneath a sculptured 
arch. There are six short figures on its frieze, in high 
relief, apparently in oriental costume. Three are males, 
three females. 

The effigy of his wife on the south side of the chancel 
has two small dogs at her feet, also two kneeling females, 
while the two males support her pillowed head. The head- 


dress is indeed singular and indescribable in any terms 
known to me. Four figures are on the frieze in high relief, 
two of them clad in Norman mail and sword. 

On the south side of the chancel and opening from it is a 
small chantry, in which what is said to be the original stone 
altar is preserved. It is said to be of the seventh century and 
may originally have been a gravestone. The same chantry 
contains two ancient efligies without inscription, a mask of 
some warrior in Norman mail, mural and floor inscrip- 
tions, commemorating the Lorts and Campbells from 1613 
A.D. down to recent times, in which the Court is called 
Stackpoole, Stackpool and Stackpole. 

All around the church outside lie the generations that 
have filled the past eight centuries. The rector kindly 
received me, invited me to lunch and afterward showed me 
through the grounds of Lord Cawdor. After leaving him 
I walked by a narrow winding path along the margin of 
the pond or inlet two miles or so to Broadhaven, at the 
mouth of which is the Stack Rock, which gives the name to 
the Pool. It stands several hundred yards from the shore 
and may rise to the height of one hundred feet, an irregular 
mass of wave-beaten rock. It was, doubtless, eight cen- 
turies ago much larger than it now is. The pool, which 
(once was probably an inlet of two miles or more in length 
and a refuge for small vessels, is now filled up with sand 
nearly to its mouth, a process hastened by the building of 
the dam and eight-arch bridge, over which I passed. The 
sand barrens on the cliff east of the Pool are an excellent 
rabbit warren, and here have been found relics of Roman 
origin. The view of Stackpole Head, a massive promon- 
tory, is bold and beautiful. Just around it is a little port 
and wharf called Stackpole Quay, which with its surround- 
ings forms one of the most pleasing views on the estate. 

Other members of the Stakepol family found in old 
English records are "David de Stakepole, parson of the 
church at Okeford", probably in northern Pembrokeshire, 
in 1297; "Adam Stakpol, chaplain, who has estate in the 
chantry of St. Edmond, in the church of Wodyton, in the 
Isle of Wight", in 1380 ; Mary Stackpole, who married Rich- 

Group of School Children. 


ard Champney, according to Burke's History of the Com- 
moners, Vol. III. p. 556 ; John Stacboll and Isault his wife, 
who in 1380 had a suit against WilKam Walton, parson of 
the church at Norkastle, touching a debt of £40 ; Peter Stak- 
boll, indicted for felony at Oxford in 1402 ; John Stakpoll of 
Oxford in 1524 ; John Stakepull of the church of Addestokk 
before 1522; John Stagpoole, alias Barker, of Abingdon, 
near Oxford, who had his estate administered in 1590 ; 
John Stackpowle, alias Baker, who married Isabel Brad- 
ford, at Matson, co. Gloucester, 29 Jan. 1612, (the wills 
of both are recorded in Gloucestershire) ; and James Stake- 
pole, citizen and fruiterer of London, dwelling in the parish 
of St. Saviour, Southwark, who made his will in 1599, 
naming only wife Margaret and daughter Margaret. 



The statement in the heraldic inquests of 1776, that Rob- 
ert Stacpoole was the founder of the family in Dublin, has 
no foundation, neither is the statement to be relied upon, 
made by Henry Owen, that Philip Stackpole of about the 
year 1200 or earlier was the progenitor of the Irish Stack- 
poles. There was no Philip till the one mentioned in 1247. 

It has been shown in the previous chapter that Richard 
de Stakepol was in Ireland in 1175, and it is probable that 
he went thither with Strongbow in 1169. We learn noth- 
ing more of him. It may be supposed that the Stacpoles 
of Cork and adjacent counties were descended from him. 
We find Elias Stakepol mayor of Cork in 1249. The family 
must have been there some time before one of their number 
could have attained that office. Possibly Elias in the record 
is a modification of Elidyr. 

In the year 1251 Philip Stakepol held three carucates 
of land, by the service of one-eighth of one knight's fee, 
of Gerard de Prendergast, in Benneer or Dufglas, co. Cork, 
and at the same time John Stakepol held one-half of one 
fee, by the service of one-fourth of one knight's fee, at 
Balacha, co. Cork.^ 

In 1291 John Stakepol of Cork and Agnes his wife are 
mentioned, the same perhaps who held land of John de 
Cogan in 1295. At this last date Philip Stakepol of Cork 
was pardoned for some offence.^ 

William Stakepol of Cork is mentioned in 1298 and 1302. 
Abraham de Stakepol was mayor of Cork in 1321. Elias 
de Stakepol was mayor of Cork in 1342. Andrew Stakepol 

^Calendar of Documents, 3203. 
^Calendar of Judiciary Rolls, p. 70. 


was a merchant of Cork in 1356, complaining with others 
to the king, that their vessel, on its way from Bordeaux to 
Cork, had been seized. Andrew Stakepol was mayor of 
Cork in 1392. 

The branch of the family in co. Kerry was probably an 
offshoot from that of Cork. In 1282 Simon de Stackpool 
was a juror in that county and is mentioned as a bondsman 
in 1285, when also Reymond Stakepol was juror and bonds- 
man there. In 1295 Nicholas Stakepol is named as a coro- 
ner, of Kerry. In 1346 William Stakepoll, knight, was 
made Justice of the Peace and in 1355 he seems to have 
been High Sheriff of the county. At the last date Patrick 
Stakepoll and Maurice Stakepoll were officials in co. Kerry. 
In 1346 the king commissioned John, son of John Stakeboll, 
keeper of the castle of Balyten, as long as it is pleasing to 
the king, with fee of forty marks yearly. In 1382 Thomas 
Stakepoll was an official in co. Kerry, the same perhaps 
who is mentioned in 1346 as Thomas Stakebold. 

From Cork and Kerry the family spread into Kilkenny, 
Tipperary and Limerick counties. In 1299 Thomas Stake- 
pol was sergeant at Waterford. In 1298 Roger de Stake- 
polton was plaintiff in a court at Limerick. In 1539 
Patrick Stacboll, abbot, with the consent of the convent, sur- 
rendered the abbey of the Blessed Virgin Mary of the Rock 
of Cashel. He was granted a pension of £4 in 1540. Rob- 
ert Stacbolde, chaplain, witnessed a paper in 1549. In 
1547-8 were pardoned Thomas Fitz Richard Stacapoll, 
Walter Fitz Richard Stacapowell, of Knochanfraghe, Ed- 
ward Stacbolde of Thurles, Walter and John Stackbold of 

The public records of Ireland mention forty persons 
named Stacpole (spelled in various ways) as pardoned for 
some political offences during the reign of Queen Elizabeth, 
1558-1603, they having taken part in the frequent insurrec- 
tions. It is noticeable how in the spelling of the surname 
a b was often substituted for p and a c for k, making Stac- 
bold instead of Stakepol. The old name, Stakepol, of Pem- 
brokeshire, persisted in Ireland about three centuries. 
Then the family became sufficiently Irish to change k to c. 


and clerks misspelled the surname, putting b in place of p. 
Nearly all the first or Christian names are of Norman 

A branch of the Pembrokeshire Stakepols settled in 
Dublin and spread into adjacent counties. Walter Stakepol 
is on the citizen roll of that city about the year 1190. 
Walter and William Stakepol are mentioned in the register 
of the Abbey of St. Thomas, earlier than 1268, as sometime 
land-owners in Dublin. Richard Stackpool was a juror 
in Dublin in 1282. Robert Stakepol of Dublin is mentioned 
in 1297, William Stakepol in 1301, John Stakepol in 1299, 
1301, 1296, bailiff in 1308, and land-owner repeatedly 
1306-1336. Robert Stakbold, Stakebold, Stakebolle, was 
sheriff in Dublin in 1374, provost in 1376 and 1386, attor- 
ney for Henry Kyng in 1391 and mayor in 1401. He had 
a son, John, who was perhaps a commissioner in 1435. 

Henry Stakepol was on a board of inquisition, at Ros- 
common, in 1301. William Stakepol was a commissioner 
in CO. Meath in 1411, and William Stakboll is mentioned 
as clericus in 1435. John Stakboll was rector at Kilty in 
1450, the same, probably, as the Dr. John Stackbolle of the 
Abbey of Navan, in 1460. 

During the fifteenth century there was a large emigra- 
tion from other parts of Ireland to Limerick, and the Stac- 
poles appear in prominent positions. The Histories of 
Limerick by Ferrar (1767), Fitzgerald and McGregor 
(1826), and Lenihan (1866), all give chronological lists of 
Provosts and Bailiffs, or, as they were called after 1609, 
Mayors and Sheriffs. They agree substantially, with only 
slight variations. Between the years 1455 and 1688 more 
than a score of times these offices were held by persons 
named Stacpole, variously spelled. It shows that the fam- 
ily was numerous and prominent at Limerick. The list 
is as follows : — 

Maurice Stacpole Bailiff 1455 A.D. 

John Stacpole Bailiff 1466, '68, '71, '74, '85 

Maurice Stacpole Bailiff 1489 

Maurice Stacpole Provost 1492 


Philip Stacpole Bailiff 1487 

Philip Stacpole Provost 1500 

Thomas Stacpole Bailiff 1497 

John Stacpole Bailiff 1499 , 

Robert Stacpole Bailiff 1501 

Robert Stacpole Provost 1513 

Richard Stacpole Bailiff 1530 

James Stacpole Bailiff 1542 

John Stacpole Bailiff 1547 

John Stacpole Provost 1555 

Thomas Stacpole Bailiff 1559 

Leonard Stacpole Bailiff 1589 

Bartholomev^ Stacpole Bailiff 1596 

James Stacpole Sheriff 1626 

Philip Stacpole Sheriff 1688 

We now come to an historical character, of whom there 
is more definite information. Bartholomew Stacpole, who 
is mentioned as a merchant in Limerick in 1591 and appears 
in the above list as bailiff in 1596, had a son James, who 
married Christian, daughter of Nicholas Comyn, by whom 
he had a son, Bartholomew, born in 1619, who married 
Mary, daughter of Dr. Thomas F. Arthur of Limerick. 

This Bartholomew Stacpole was Recorder of Limerick 
and signed the capitulation of that city to the troops of 
Cromwell commanded by Gen. Henry Ireton, 27 Oct. 1651. 
He with several Stacpoles was "transplanted" to co. Clare, 
that is, they were deprived of their estates, and other 
estates of one third, or in some cases of two thirds, their 
value were assigned to them. The transplantation certifi- 
cates of the Stacpoles give us a picture of the family two 
and a half centuries ago and read as follows : — 

"1653. Bartholomew Stackpoole made a declaration 
that he was aged 34 years, of indifferent tall stature, flaxen 
hair; John Stackpoole, aged 28 years, tall stature, flaxen 
hair ; Thomas Stackpoole, James Stackpoole, son to the said 
Barthw S., aged 10; Christian daur. to the said Barthw., 
aged 8 ; Diphna, another dau of the said B., aged 6 ; Arthur, 
son to the said Barthw." 


John and Thomas were brothers of Bartholomew. There 
were also transplanted "Clement Stacpoll, aged 26 years, 
flaxen hair, low stature; Ellis, his wife, black hair, tall 
stature"; also "Ignatius Stacpoole of Limerick, orphant, 
aged eleven years, flaxen hair, full face, low stature ; Kath- 
erine Stacpoole, orphant, sister to the said Ignatius, aged 
eight years, flaxen hair, full face, having no substance to 
relieve themselves, but desireth the benefit of his claim 
before the Commissioners of the revenue."^ 

Bartholomew Stackpole settled at Enagh, where he 
named his residence "STACKPOLE COURT" in commem- 
oration of the old cradle of the family in Pembrokeshire, 
showing that the Norman origin of the family was well 
known more than two centuries and a half ago, and show- 
ing, too, how the name was then spelled. "Its picturesque 
ivied ruins stand among the lakes of Kilkishen." Barthol- 
omew's daughter, Dymphna, married Col. Edward Pery, 
ancestor of the Earls of Limerick. Their son, the Rev. 
Stackpole Pery, married Jane, daughter of Archdeacon 
Twigg of Limerick and left two sons and several daughters. 
Edmond Sexten Pery, his heir, born 1718, was Speaker of 
the Irish House of Commons, and was raised to the peerage 
as Viscount Pery in 1786. One of the titles of the Earl of 
Limerick (1809-1844), found upon his sarcophagus in the 
Pery Chapel of Limerick Cathedral, is "Baron Foxford of 
Stackpole Court in the County of Clare." Through the mar- 
riage of Dymphna a large portion of the estates of Bartholo- 
mew Stackpole descended to the Earl of Limerick, which he 
still holds. 

The above-named Bartholomew Stacpole, merchant of 
Limerick in 1591, had a son, Robert, named in the Arthur 
Manuscripts as residing in Limerick with his son, Clement, 
in 1647. This Clement Stacpole is the one mentioned in the 
transplantation certificate. He married Ellis, daughter of 
Mahon McMahoney and settled at Annah, near Milltown 

^Copied from MSS. of the Stacpoole family of Edenvale, Ennis, 
CO. Clare, Ireland, and the last two from Prendergast's Cromwellian 
Settlement of Ireland, p. 33. The original transplantation certificates 
are in Dublin. 



Malbry. Clement's son George married Bridget Woulfe and 
died about 1725. I saw at Edenvale, Ireland, an old slab, 
taken from a house at Ennis, with this inscription, "This 
house and the front was built and finished by Geoarge 
Stackpole merchant anno Domini 1687". 

One son of George and Bridget (Woulfe) Stackpole, or 
Stdcpoole, was John Stackpole of Cragbrien, born 1674, who 
died 18 April 1771, having married before 1720 Barbara 
Purdon. He was the barrister whose portrait appears in 
this book and who received such fulsome praise from his 
nephew. John had a brother, Francis Stackpola, of Cork, 
who married Catherine, daughter of Joseph and Mary (Cop- 
pinger) Romayne. A son of Francis was George, born in 
Cork 23 Aug. 1736 and died in Paris, 25 March 1824, un- 
married. George was for a time at Oxford University. In 
1763 he was High Sheriff of co. Clare. He inherited the 
estates of his uncle John of Cragbrien, who died intestate. 
George went to live in Grosvenor Place, London, and finally 
in Paris, where Louis XVIII made him a Count because of 
his wealth. At his decease in 1824 he is said to have had 
£600,000 deposited at Lafitte's Bank in Paris. The litiga- 
tion which had been going on fifty years between him and 
the next of kin was continued after his death, his will in 
favor of his illegitimate son having been set aside. This 
son was Richard Fitz George Stacpoole, bom 17 Aug. 1787. 
His mother was Kitty Gingell, who died at Sidmouth, 28 
Oct. 1809. He married Betsey, daughter of Major Francis 
and Margery (Simpson) Tulloch, and was created a Marquis 
in 1825 by Pope Leo XII and a Duke in 1830. The suits 
were compromised in 1828, half of the property in dispute 
going to Richard Fitz George Stacpoole and half to the next 
of kin of Count George Stacpoole and of his uncle. The 
Stacpooles of France had a chateau of some pretentions and 
ranked well in that country. Who's Who for 1915 declares 
that Duke George de Stacpoole, Justice of the Peace for co. 
Galway, Ireland, born in Paris 21 June 1860, only son of 
the third Duke de Stacpoole, and Maria only child of Thomas 
Dunn of Newcastle, married Pauline, only child of Edward 


MacEvoy, M. P. for co. Meath, and that he has over seven 
thousand six hundred acres in Ireland. 

John Stacpoole of Cragbrien, Ireland, v^ho died in 1771, 
left a son, Capt. Charles Stacpoole. The oldest son of the 
latter was the late William Church Stacpoole of Kingstovv^n 
School, Dublin, who died 24 Dec. 1870, aged 55. He mar- 
ried, 1845, Charlotte Augusta Mountjoy. William Church 
Stacpoole was graduated from Trinity College, Dublin, in 
1842 and received the degrees, LL.D. in 1849, and D.D. in 

1869. Three of his children have become well known. 
One was William Henry Stacpoole, who was graduated from 
Trinity College in 1870 and was honored with LL.D. in 1880 ; 
another son is Henry de Vere Stacpoole, author of a score 
of books of fiction and poetry ; a daughter is Florence Stac- 
poole of London, lecturer and author of several medical 
works. — See Who's Who. Another daughter is Mrs. Mina 
Bremridge Briggs of London. 

Clement^ Stacpoole (Robert^ Bartholomew^ had another 
son, Williams who married Elinor, daughter of James Fors- 
ter of CO. Galway. Their son, George Stacpoole, married, 
about 1739, Mary, daughter of Col. Hugh Massy, and had 
sons. Massy, George Hogan, and William. The last was 
born 21 Aug. 1743 and married (1), about 1773, Dorothea, 
daughter of Thomas Burton, who died 2 Nov. 1775 and was 
buried in Bath Abbey, and (2) 1786, Honora, daughter of 
George Stamer and widow of Temple French of co. Cork. 
He died 30 Aug. 1796. He was graduated at Trinity Col- 
lege, Dublin, in 1766 and was High Sheriff of co. Clare in 
1784. His widow died at Lucca, Italy, 29 Sept. 1820, aged 
60, and was buried at Lucca. By the second marriage Will- 
iam had a son, Richard John Delazouche Stacpoole, born 21 
May 1792, who married, 15 March 1825, Jane, daughter of 
Andrew Stacpoole of Ballyalla, and died 9 Oct. 1860, leaving 
a son, Richard Stacpoole, born 19 Aug. 1828. He married, 
9 Aug. 1868, Alice, daughter of John Westropp of Attyflin 
and died 16 June 1891, leaving two sons and three daugh- 
ters. His oldest son, Richard John Stacpoole, born 17 May 

1870, married 19 July 1894, Geraldine Norah, daughter of 
Thomas Hume Crowe of Toonah, and has at least a daugh- 



ter, Norah Dorothy, and a son, Richard Hazzard Stacpoole, 
born 8 March 1896. This family has lived at Edenvale, 
Ennis, co. Clare, Ireland for over a century and a half. I 
called here in July, 1897, and was much aided in the study of 
the history of the Stackpole family. Edenvale is a fine resi- 
dence and a large estate of land. 

George Hogan Stacpoole (George^ William*, Clement', 
Robert-, Bartholomew^ , born 1745, died 1812. He had, be- 
sides other children, sons, Andrew and William Henry. 
Andrew was born 7 Nov. 1776. By his first wife, Bridget 
Comyn, he had a daughter, Jane, who married Richard John 
Delazouche Stacpoole. By his third wife, Diana, daughter 
of Daniel Finucane of Stamer Park, he had a son William 
of Ballyalla, who was born 9 Oct. 1830 and died 10 July 1879. 
He was member of Parliament for Ennis in 1860, '65, '68, 
and '74. He married Mary A. C. W. Hennessey and had a 
son, Guilford William Jack Stacpoole, born 1868. 

William Henry, son of George Hogan Stacpoole, was 
born 17 Jan. 1787. He was graduated at Trinity College, 
Dublin in 1809 and received the degree of D.D. in 1826. He 
was made Dean of Kilfenora 24 May 1825 and married, 
1813, Jane, daughter of Robert Marshall of Sandbrook, co. 
Carlow. He died 29 Jan. 1847 and his wife died in 1865. 
A daughter, Jane, married in 1844 Charles Mahon, and their 
son, Thomas George Stacpoole Mahon, is the one upon whose 
work is based the genealogy of the Stacpooles of co. Clare, 
Ireland. With him I had some correspondence and received 
from him much assistance. He was born 11 July 1848 and 
married, 1886, Honorable Geraldine Mary O'Brien, daughter 
of 14th Lord Inchiquin. 

Philip Stacpole, born 1656, is thought to have been the 
grandson of the Bartholomew Stacpole, merchant of Lim- 
erick in 1591. He was an alderman and sheriff of Limerick. 
He died in 1717 and mentioned in his will a mortgage from 
"Bartholomew Stackpole Esq.", also a sister Elizabeth 
Granwell, a cousin, John Stackpole, and grandson Alison. 
He left sons, Philip, James, merchants of Cork, Patrick and 
Thomas; also daughters, Anne wife of John Roche, Jane 
wife of Lawrence Creagh, Lucy England, Christian Woulfe, 


Ellen England and Katherine Ivory. In the southwest 
corner of St. Mary's Cathedral, Limerick, is the Pery Chapel. 
I visited it in July 1897 and copied the following inscription, 
found on a slab of gray sandstone, the top of a sarcophagus 
about ten feet long and seven feet wide, rising above the 
floor about three feet. 

I. H. S. 
DEC - THE - 4th - 1715 - AGED - 69 - YEARS. 
WHO - DECEASED - MAY - YE 3th - 1717, 
AGED - 59 - YEARS. 

Burke's History of the Commoners says that this Philip 
was son of James Stacpole and Christian, daughter of Denis 
McMahon of Clonagh, but this does not agree with the reg- 
istered pedigree at Dublin. He says also that Philip had 
three brothers who fell in the battle of Aughrim. 

St. Mary's Cathedral and churchyard around it is, doubt- 
less, the burial place of many generations of Stacpoles. 
Nicholas Stacpole of Limerick, merchant, made his will, 3 
Jan. 1622, and expressed the desire to be buried in St. 
George's Chapel in St. Mary's Cathedral. He names in his 
will sons, Nicholas, John and James, wife Phillis, and broth- 
ers James and John. 

Similarity of names points to Limerick as the early home 
of James Stacpole, the emigrant to New England earlier 
than 1680. With information at hand it is impossible to 
trace the connection. Certainly the Stacpole family was 
more numerous in counties Limerick and Clare at that time 
than elsewhere in Ireland. 

The information given in this chapter is based mainly 
upon the MS. of Mr. Thomas George Stacpoole Mahon 
(1883) annotated, revised and enlarged by Mr. Thomas J. 
Westropp (1888). Mr. Mahon based his work upon an 
Edenvale pedigree, "originally dictated by William Stacpoole 
of Claghanatinny, in Paris, in 1824, on the occasion of the 
great law-suit there against Count George Stacpoole", and 


compiled by Mr. Francis Moore, dated Paris Aug. 1824. 
Mr. Mahon made extensive investigations, which have been 
amply supplemented by Mr. Westropp. I made some study 
of the wills and a registered pedigree at Dublin, the last 
found at the Herald's College, but gathered little additional 
information therefrom, and the correctness of the Dublin 
pedigrees is doubted. 



The Harleian Roll of Arms, assigned to the reign of 

Henry III (1216-1272), contains the name " 


In the Parliamentary Roll of Arms, of date about 1300 
A.D., is found in old Norman French the following: — Sire 
Richard de stakepol de argent a un lion rampant de goules 
od le Coler de or, i.e., a red rampant lion having a gold col- 
lar, on a silver shield. This is the coat of arms of the old 
Stakepol family of Pembrokeshire, Wales, to which all de- 
scendants are equally entitled as an historic emblem, and to 
which no one is entitled by strict laws of heraldry, since 
nobody can prove a direct descent. The Edenvale branch 
of the family, in Ireland, assumed it some time ago, at 
first without the gold collar, and have added a crest, viz., 
"On a ducal coronet a pelican in her piety, all ppr" i.e., a 
pelican feeding in their nest three of her young with drops 
of blood drawn from her own breast, according to an old 
legend. Under the Arms is the motto, PRO DEO ET PRO 
PATRIA; over the crest, I DIE FOR THOSE I LOVE. 
Some of this family a century ago, either by mistake or as 
a mark of cadency, reversed the colors and had a silver lion 
on a red shield. 

It was told me in Ireland that the origin of the crest 
was as follows. Over the door of the Sexten Vault, outside 
the wall of the Pery Chapel of St. Mary's Cathedral, Lim- 
erick, is a corbel in the center flanked to the left with a 
seven-headed dragon as type of antichrist and to the right 
with a pelican as type of Christ. The bird is pouring its 
blood over its dying young to revive them, not feeding them 
as in the present crest. Both are symbolic, one of the atone- 



ment, the other of the sacrament. Finding this device on 
the burial place of Philip Stacpole the Stacpooles of co. 
Clare adopted the good emblem as a crest, and the English 
motto is, of course, suggested by it and is quite superflu- 
ous. It has been in use, perhaps, two centuries. In the 
earliest seal of the family in co. Clare, Ireland, about 1760, 
the pelican's young are omitted. 

The Golden Grove Book, a genealogical account of old 
families in Wales, owned by Earl Cawdor and kept in Lon- 
don, gives the ancient Stakepol coat of arms, "Argent, three 
mullets sable." There is no record of its use by any 
branch of the family. 

Edmonson's Complete Body of Heraldry (London, 1780), 
under the name Stakepoule, gives another coat of arms, "Az. 
a chev. ar. betw. three crescents or", i.e. on a blue field a sil- 
ver chevron between three golden crescents. In later works 
on heraldry this does not appear, and the branch of the 
family that bore it is presumably extinct. 

Burke's General Armory for 1878 gives also the follow- 
ing : — "Stackpoole. Or, an heraldic tiger pass. sa. Crest, — 
On a rock a fort in flames." It is not known to what branch 
of the family this belongs. 


In the Biddeford branch of the family a descendant, of 
the fourth generation, tells the story that his ancestor, 
James Stacpole, was "taken prisoner on the coast of Ireland 
when a boy only 14 years old and brought to this country". 
No other account of his coming has been received. The 
story has some probability, since it is well known that many 
were brought from Ireland and Scotland by force.^ 

Some have thought that he came from Sligo, Ireland, be- 
cause he lived in ancient Dover near to a place called "Sligo", 
that indeed he brought the name with him. But no deeds 
or other records speak of James Stacpole as living at Sligo. 
The locality that bore that name centered about Sligo garri- 
son, nearly a mile further south. The earliest mention of it 
found in public records is in 1708. There is an account of 
the family of James Stackpole of Waterville, Maine, found 
in North's History of Augusta. It was probably furnished 
by the James Stackpole who graduated at Bowdoin College 
in 1819. He says that his "immigrant ancestor was James 

iRev. Joseph B. Felt, in his History of Ipswich, Mass., p. 319, 
says, "Among the crying wrongs to some of our race was that of 
stealing young people, transporting them to America and selling them 
into servitude. Two of such sufferers were sold in 1654 to a respec- 
table gentleman of Ipswich [Samuel Symonds] for nine years, for 
£26 in corn or cattle. They were William Downing and Philip Welch. 
They were brought to Boston in the ship Goodfellow. They with 
others lived in Ireland, all of whom were forcibly taken from their 
beds at night by men dressed as English soldiers, and compelled to 
go on board the vessel in which they came. The persons who prac- 
ticed such a crime were called 'Spirits'. A royal order of England 
was passed against them in 1682". — N. E. Hist. Gen. Register, XIX, 
55, 56. 

Many Irish had come before 1654 in like manner. Gov. Simon 
Bradstreet conjectured in 1680 that there were then living sixty 
such Irish immigrants and 120 Scots, who had been sold as "servants". 


Stackpole of Sligo, Ireland, who came over in 1680." He 
simply repeats an old tradition. Another tradition says 
that James Stacpole came from Cork, Ireland. Sligo, Ire- 
land, was utterly burned and its inhabitants were bar- 
barously massacred in the year 1653, and in January 1655 
proposals were made to repeople the town and lands there- 
abouts with emigrants from New England. A few actually 
returned. It is improbable that James Stacpole came from 
Sligo, Ireland, to New England a few years later. I visited 
Sligo, Ireland, in 1897 and made inquiries of the town clerk 
and oldest inhabitants. There are no records of any Stac- 
pole in that place, and they said the name was utterly 
unknown there. 

Where and how James Stacpole lived before the year 
1680 is not known. In April of that year he is first men- 
tioned in the "Cochecho Province Rate" as taxed two shil- 
lings and one penny-. In December of the same year he is 
incidentally mentioned as hauling boards from Thomas 
Holmes' mill at Salmon Falls to Cochecho Point. In 1681 he 
was taxed in Dover four shillings and one penny and the fol- 
lowing year his tax was eight shillings and two pennies. It 
was in 1680 that he signed a petition^ with the inhabitants 
of Kittery, to King Charles II, asking for abatement of 
taxes, thus indicating a previous residence in that town, 
which then included Kittery, Eliot, South Berwick, Berwick 
and North Berwick, stretching thirty miles along the Pascat- 
aqua, Newichawannock and Salmon Falls rivers. 

In 1680 he settled as a squatter in Dover, now Rollins- 
ford, New Hampshire, on land that had been granted in 
1656 to Joseph Austin. None of the Austin family ever 
lived here. The next lot north had been granted to Henry 
Tibbetts at the same time. James Stacpole cleared a por- 
tion of both lots and built his house on that of Austin. 
Later Philip Stacpole, son of James, built a house on the 
lot of Tibbetts. In 1717 Samuel Tibbetts Jr. claimed the 

2Coll. of N. H. Hist. Society, VIII, 16. 

^Coll. of Maine Hist. Society, IV, 511. In the inventory of the 
estate of John Bready of Kittery, 9 Oct. 1681, is found this item, "due 
from James Stagpoole 22s".— York Deeds, Book V, Part I, fol. 14. 


land on which Philip Stacpole was living. There was a law 
suit about it, as to ownership of thirteen acres of land 
bounded "at the southeast end by Newichawannock river, 
beginning at the mouth of the first cove above Little John's 
falls, on the southwest side by Joseph Austin's lot, from 
thence thirty-five rods north east 42 deg up Newichawon- 
nock River to a piece of land in possession of Thomas Tib- 
betts Junr and from thence up by the side of that land 
possessed by sd Tho : Tibbetts Junr four score and six rods 
& running from the head of sd Tho : Tibbetts fence twenty 
rods to an oak stump and from thence down to Newicha- 
wannock river where it first begun on a straight line, 
together with a dvv^elling house barn & orchard on the sd 
land, which land is part of a tract of land formerly granted 
to Henrey Tebbetts of Dover aforesd by the town of Dover, 
to say an hundred acres in the year fifty six laid out ye 2d 
12th 1658". Dated 17 July 1717. 

In the suit evidence was introduced to show that James 
Stacpole, father of Philip, had long lived on and improved 
that land, among the evidence being the following deposi- 
tions : — 

The Dipposition of Henrey Hobes of Sligo in the township of 
Dover in New England Testifieth and saith yt he being forty seven 
years of age has known James Stackpole ffor to be Possessed of yt 
land yt he now lives on Thirty seaven years with out aney Molestation 
and furder saith not". 

Henrey Hobes. 

The Dipposition of Hatevell Robarts aged ffifty six years of Sligo 
Testifieth and saith y* I have known James Stackpole for to live on 
ye Land in Contest that he now lives on this thirty six years with 
out aney Molestation and furder saith not. 

Heatevill Roborts. 

The Dipposition of Thomas Young aged sixty four years of Dover 
Testifieth and saith y* he Lived with James Stackpole Thirty seaven 
years a goe: and worked on the Land in Contest wth Samii Tibbetts 
Junei" without aney molestation and furder saith not. 


Thomas Young. 


Sworn in Court this 5 Sept. 1717".— Court Files of N. H. 18055. 

By judgment of the court Samuel Tibbetts paid to James 
Stacpole £200 and costs of the suit, amounting to £2 sl4. 


The original deeds of both lots are among the Court Files in 
this suit. 

Thus it is proved that James Stacpole was living on the 
farm that he held for life in the year 1680. Perhaps he 
had been there earlier, but probably his residence had been 
in upper Kittery, now South Berwick, previous to that date. 
May 20, 1710, he received a deed from Thomas Austin, only 
son of Joseph Austin, who conveyed to him "for twenty 
pounds of current money all that tract of land granted to 

said Joseph Austin in 1656," "lying in ye range of 

lots between St. Alban's Cove and Quamphegan", bounded 
south-east by the Newichawannock river, north-east by 
Henry Tibbetts' hundred acre lot, north-west by Ralph 
Twombly's hundred acres and Thomas Hanson's hundred 
acres, and south-west by a highway between this lot and 
Thomas Kenne's (Canney) hundred acre lot. The lot pur- 
chased contained a hundred acres of rich land. That the 
price paid was only a nominal one is shown by the fact that 
only four years later, 30 Nov. 1714, he sold forty acres of 
upland from this lot to William Frost for one hundred and 
twenty pounds. 

A brook flowed through his farm which is still called 
Stackpole's Brook, as it was in old deeds. The location of 
James Stacpole's house is shown in 1709, in the return of 
the Sligo road, laid out that year, 

"Beginning at y« east End of ye old way that Leads from the head 
of Fresh Creek to St. Albans Cove, and from that end of that way it 
Runs north ward downe ye hill and over ye freshet that vents into St. 
Albans Cove at ye old wadeing place here and from thence Runes a 
Long between Lt Hatevell RolDerts his house and barn and so on ye 
west side of Sligo garrison and Runes a Long between Sylvanus Nock 
his house and barn keeping ye same Course as ye way now lies till it 
Come to that way that Runs down on ye north side of Thomas Cannie 
his Lott to ye old wadeing place opposite to Chadburn his mill then 
trending Eastward downe ye sd way till it Come to ye mouth of a little 
Creek on y^ South side of James Stackpole his house, then it Trends 
over ye s^ Creek and Runes a Long between ye river and Stackpole 
his fence till it Comes to a stake about 16 rods to ye southward of y® 
north East Corner thereof, then Trending Westward between two 
hills and to yc Westward of Joseph Abbott his fence till it Comes to 
that way that Comes down out of ye woods to Quamphegan falls on ye 
northen side of ye aforesd Joseph Abbott his fence and then Trend- 
ing Eastward downe ye sd aforesd way till it Comes to ye usual Water- 


ing place at ye taill of Quamphegan mill on ye west side of ye River: 
ye above sd highway thus Laid out and bounded ye 12th day of 
Octobr 1709 by ye subscribers 

Thomas Tibbetts 
Tristram Heard 
Ezekiell Wentworth 
Of ye Comitte. 

The road as laid out followed pretty closely a path that 
had long been in use. The road that ran down on the north 
side of Thomas Canney's lot and separated it from the lot 
of James Stacpole was never formally laid out. It seems 
to have been abandoned after more than a century of use. 
There are indications that previous to the year 1800, in 
place of the intended road close to the division line, a road 
ran up through the valley just south of Stackpole's Brook, 
thus avoiding the hill. Traces of this may be seen up in 
the woods. 

Thus we see that James Stacpole had built a house just 
north of the creek called Stackpole Brook some time before 
he took a deed of the farm from Austin. That house was 
the one afterward dwelt in by Joshua Stacpole and his family 
from 1743 till 1831. It was removed to St. Albans Cove by 
Ebenezer Stackpole. It is still standing and occupied. The 
old entrance was in the middle of what is now the south side. 

About the time that the Indians came down on Salmon 
Falls, in 1689, James Stacpole moved to the other side of the 
river for protection and for several years kept an "ordinary" 
or tavern a few rods east of the old cemetery at Great 
Works, on the spot where later lived the Rev. John Wade 
and the Rev. Jeremiah Wise. The Court of Sessions at 
York, Maine, 4 July 1693, made the following record, 
"Lycence is granted to James Stagpole of barwick to sell 
by retaile beere. Cyder, rum, provision and lodging, he giv- 
ing ten pounds bond to their Majesties to observe the laws 
in that case provided". The license was renewed annually 
up to 1698, and his place was called a "publick house of 
entertainment". A supply of ardent spirits at such places 
was in those times the rule without exception. It is true 
that this, as usual, led to some disorders, and James Stac- 
pole was complained of and once fined twenty shillings and 



admonished ; yet his license was at the same time renewed. 
He bought the place where he lived in Berwick parish, 2 
Nov. 1696, for fifteen pounds and sold the same, 22 Nov. 
1699, to John Wade, minister. At the later date he is called 
"James Stackpoll of Dover in New Hampsheir, husband- 
man". The land was three and one-fourth acres, "near the 
meeting house", bounded on the southeast by the way going 
from the Great Work to the river, northwest by the bury- 
ing place, "with all the housing, trees, fences and Privileges 
pertaining thereto". The burying place still is used and 
enables us to point out the spot where James Stacpole lived 
in what is now South Berwick. It is on the hill just south 
of Great Works river. Two large elm trees are standing, 
and between these trees was the gateway leading to the 
parsonage. Hence the place is still called "Wise's Gate- 
way". It is a little east of the cemetery, and the church at 
that time must have been very near. 

James Stacpole had grants of land in both Dover and 

"April ye 11, 1694. By the committee chosen by the freeholders 
of ye town of Dover for granting land, given and granted unto James 
Stagpole his heirs and assigns forever, fifty acres of land above 
Indigo Hill near Salmon Falls River, not intrenching upon any former 

This grant was confirmed in town meeting five days 
later. It was laid out to John Ricker, 2 May 1735, on the 
west side of Blackwater Brook. 

The town records of Kittery declare that, 16 July 1702, 
there were lotted and laid out to James Stagpole Senr 
twenty acres of land, part of a grant made in 1694 to Gil- 
bert Warren. Four acres of it were on the north side of 
Great Works river ; the rest on the south side, extending to 
the York line, adjoining Warren's land. The land passed 
into the possession of James Stacpole, Jr. and was be- 
queathed by him to his brother John. May 20, 1728, John 
Stackpole sold it to Gilbert Warren. 

Feb. 23, 1726, James Stacpole of Dover sold to Nathan 
Lord of Berwick "a certain grant of land containing fifty 


acres granted to me at a legal town meeting held at Kittery 
May the tenth 1703". 

Rev. Alonzo Quint, D.D., is responsible for the state- 
ment that James Stacpole "was born 1653, had a grant 1694, 
died 23 Aug. 1733". I know not on what authority this 
erroneous statement is made. Depositions fix approxi- 
mately the year of his birth. The first is as follows : — 

"The Deposition of James Stagpole of Dover in the Province of 
New Hampshire aged Eighty Years viz. that I well remember that 
Edward Toogood now of Portsmouth in the province of New Hamp- 
shire did sundry Years before Salmon Falls was destroyed by the 
Indians live at the afores^ Salmon Falls in that house which for- 
merly belonged to James Grant then deceased and in which Grant 
lived and died and that the s^ Toogood then Improved the Planta- 
tion or Land which was Improved by the sd Grant in his Life Time 
and that after the Destruction of Salmon Falls aforesd in the Year 
One Thousand Six Hundred and Ninety Two in mowing Time he the 
sd Toogood Improved the sd Plantation by mowing and that after that 
for the space of many Years the said Toogood Improved the same, 
which Plantation did join Northwesterly to Salmon Falls river, did 
adjoin to the land of Niven Agnue on the North East and John Key 
on the South East and so run back into the woods about Thirty Pole 
wide & y* he the sd Toogood Improved the same in his own Right as 
I understood and that I never heard that any p'son or p'sons gave him 
any Interruption in that his improvement or claimed the same saving 
that he was interrupted by the Indians as abovesd and that Timothy 
Wentworth lived on the sd Plantation under the sd Toogood till he 
died and that his sons now improved the same. 

James Stackpole. 

Sworn to Aug. 23, 1732.— York Deeds, XV. fol. 98. 

According to this he was born in 1652, but another depo- 
sition puts us in doubt. 

The Deposition of James Stackpole aged about four Score Testi- 
fieth and Saith that he well knows the land in Controversy between 
Thomas Wallingford and Eliza Wentworth widow and there was a 
small house on the North East Corner next to ye mills at Quamphe- 
gan in Dover about fifty years ago and since and that Walter Allen 
lived in said house and likewise that James Goss lived there about five 
or six years and the said Goss told me he lived there to Improve the 
Mills for one Sheath and that Edward Taylor lived there and one 
Buddington and at that time all the land lay Vacant for many years 
without Improvement and after that John Lovering lived there for 
some time and also ye land lay vacant till Thomas Abbot bought it. 
Province of James Stagpole appearing made oath to the truth of all 
New Hamp within written, Eliz^ Wentworth being present. 
June 4th 1734. Coram Samuel Hart Just pee.* 

4Court Files at Concord, N. H., No. 20932. 


According to this deposition James Stacpole was born 
in the year 1654, but ages were not accurately given in 
many old depositions. He married, quite certainly before 
1680, Margaret, daughter of James and Margaret Warren 
of the parish of Berwick. 

James Warren deposed, 13 Sept. 1701, aged eighty years, 
that he had lived in upper Kittery "near fiftie years". ' He 
came, then, in 1651, when Richard Leader brought his Scots 
from the Lynn Iron Works to run the saw-mill at Great 
Works. He had been taken prisoner in the battle of Dun- 
bar, by Oliver Cromwell, 3 September 1650, and sent with 
one hundred and fifty prisoners to Boston on the ship Unity. 
So many of them settled in upper Kittery that it was called 
"the Parish of Unity" before it was called Berwick. There 
is evidence that James Warren came from Berwick, Scot- 
land. There was lotted and laid out to him, 15 July 1656, 
land on the north side of John Taylor's lot, "by the water 
side", fronting on Cow Cove". He died in 1702 and his 
wife in 1713, as their wills show. Their children were : — 

1. Gilbert b. 1654, married Sarah, daughter of James 
and Elizabeth Emery and widow of John Thompson. His 
will, 2 April 1728 — 17 April 1733, names wife Sarah and 
daughters Jane Stockbridge and Margaret Hearl, and son- 
in-law (step-son), John Thompson. Jane married John 
Stockbridge, 11 Dec. 1718. Margaret married William 
Hearl, 15 Dec. 1717. 

2. Margaret, married James Stacpole. 

3. Jane, married William Grant, 4 Aug. 1690. 

4. James, married, 1691, Mary, daughter of John and 
Mary (Chadbourne) Fost of Dover, who was born in 1667, 
as a deposition shows. Five children recorded in Kittery. 

5. Grizel born 6 March 1662, married (1) Richard 
Otis, as his third wife. He and a daughter were killed in 
the Dover massacre of 1689, and Grizel and her babe, Mar- 
garet, were carried as captives to Canada, where the fol- 
lowing record has been found : — 

sCourt Files at Alfred, Me., Box 1694—1701. 
6 Kittery Town Records. 


Mary Madeleine Warren, daughter of James of Berwick, Scot- 
land, and Margaret (an Irishwoman), born 6 March 1662, in New 
England, taken in War 18 (28) June 1689; baptized 9 May 1693; 
married 1st Richard Theys (Otis) ; 2d 15 Oct. 1693 Philip Robitaile, 
in Montreal, in the service of M. de Maricour. 

Grizel lived to the age of 89 years and was buried 27 
Oct. 1750, having had five children by her second marriage. 
Her daughter, Margaret Otis, was baptized as Christine and 
married, 14 June 1707, a Frenchman whose surname was 
Le Beau and whose first name resembled in English, Shar- 
rington, a name that has been repeated among her descend- 
ants in the Baker and Stackpole families. After the death 
of her husband, 26 Feb. 1713, she was not permitted to 
have her children, who were brought up in a convent. She 
returned to her friends in Dover, N. H., and married Capt. 
Thomas Baker of Northampton, Mass., by whom she had 
seven children. They moved to Dover about 1734, where 
she died 23 Feb. 1773, having lived "a pattern of industry, 
prudence and economy". Her grandaughter, Lucy Baker, 
married Joshua Stacpole. 

The will of James Warren, 9 Dec. 1700, contains the 
following items: — 

"I doe give unto my Daughter Margaret Stagpoal five shillings. 
I doe give unto my Granson James Stagpoal one heifer and one 
ewe and a young sow." 

The will of Margaret Warren, 13 Dec. 1712, has this 
item : — 

"I give and bequeath unto my Daughter Margaret Stackpole my 
Great Brass Kittle and two Blankits and one Coverlid and Ten yardes 
of Woling Cloath and my Greate Wooden Platter and one pare of 
sheets and all my wareing Cloath."'' 

A petition was dated 25 April 1715, by "The Inhabitanes 
that are Nerer ye New Meten house than ye old Cocheco 
Pint," asking to be assigned to the new place of worship, 
which was at what is now Dover city. Among the peti- 
tioners were "Jeames Stagpool" and "fileon Stagpool". The 

■'For further particulars about the Warren family see Old Kittery 
and Her Families, pp. 785-790; the N. E. Hist, and Gen. Register, 
1851 and 1893; and the Warren Genealogy. 


names were written by an ignorant scribe, for well written 
signatures of James and his son Philip are found, and they 
always spelled the surname Stacpole, as was then the custom 
in Ireland. A footnote to the petition, as given in New 
Hampshire State Papers, explains that the petitioners were 
"nearer ye new Meeting house at Cocheco than to the old 
on Dover Neck". The new church at Cocheco was erected 
in 1713 and the inhabitants of "Sligo" and vicinity were 
rated there, though it is certain that they often found it 
more convenient to ford the "Sluiceway" and attend church 
at the Great Works settlement. 

James and Philip Stacpole signed a petition, 25 April 
1729, for a new parish in the north-east part of Dover. The 
petition was granted and Somersworth was made a parish, 
19 Dec. 1730. It was incorporated as a town, 22 April 1754. 
Rev. James Pike was the first pastor of this church. He 
died here 19 March 1792, after a pastorate of sixty-five 
years. The church records were burned with the parsonage 
in 1812. 

James Stacpole died in 1736, as shown by the inventory 
of his estate, made by Nathaniel Perkins and Thomas Wal- 
lingford, under date of 12 Aug. 1736. A full copy is here 

"A true inventory of all the estate of James Stackpole of Somers- 
worth in Dover Late Deceased Viz. 

To one Brass Kittle valued £3:15:0 

To one Large Poridge Pott 1:00:0 

To one Do — Tramel and fire Tongs 1:02:0 

To one frying Pann and 2 Wheels 1:03:0 

To a warming Pann and Powker (or Pewter) 0:14:0 

To one Table one pr Small plow Irons 0:08:0 

To Chairs Cask and pine Cupboard 0:15:0 

To one Hogg 6£ a Canoo 30 and one pitch forke 7:13:0 

To one Cow 6£ Cyder Nutt 30/ 7:13:0 

To 5 Loads Hay at 30/ pr Load 7:10:0 

To one Dwelling House 5:00:0 

To 3 Acres of Land 105:00:0 

31 Dec. 1736 the appraisers took oath Coram B. Gambling Judge 
of Probate. 

14 July 1737, administration granted to John Stackpole of Bid- 
deford, County of York, Province Mass. Bay, Yeoman. 

In his old age James Stacpole lived down by the river, 
near the old wading place, which was at the head of Little 


Johns Falls. The spot is easily found by the bricks which 
the frost brings to surface. It is probable that here he 
built a log cabin before the year 1680 and that he returned 
to it in his declining years, leaving the house north of the 
brook to his son Samuel. Five pounds was all the old shack 
was worth. His widow Margaret had the use of it till her 
death and then the house and three acres passed into the 
possession of Thomas Wallingford. The price paid for it 
was one hundred and twenty pounds. 

In the militia, to which every able-bodied man belongs, 
James Stacpole and all his sons did military service, and 
they were often called out to defend life and property, for 
the Indians had reason for special hatred toward Dover and 
Berwick. He had no opportunity, like his ancestors, under 
William the Conqueror and Strongbow, to seize the castles 
and cultivated estates of the conquered and so make himself 
and family rich. He conquered a hundred acres of wooded 
wilderness by the hard labor of a husbandman, saw his 
children comfortably settled in similar employments, and 
lived to behold his great-grandchildren. The record indi- 
cates a courageous, honest, industrious and prosperous 
private citizen. 

He was buried on a hill-top of his farm, in a private 
graveyard, of which more will be said in the following chap- 
ter. His children, as gathered from wills, deeds and other 
documents, were as follows: — 

2. James, died in 1706. Unmarried. 

3. John m. Elizabeth Brown and lived in Biddeford. 

4. Catherine m. Alexander Junkins of York. 

5. William, named in his brother's will. 

6. Margaret m. Jonathan Young of York. 

7. Philip m. (1) Mercy Thompson, (2) widow Martha 

8. Honor, m. Joseph Freathy of York. 

9. Samuel, died in 1758. Probably unmarried. 


It has been stated already that the one hundred acres of 
land, granted by the town of Dover to Joseph Austin, in 
1656, were bought of his son, Thomas Austin, in 1710, 
by James Stacpole, who had been living on the farm 
since 1680 and perhaps from an earlier date. In the year 
1709, when the Sligo road was laid out, James Stacpole's 
house is mentioned as a little way north of a small brook. 
On the lot north, originally granted to Henry Tebbetts, 
Philip Stacpole had built a house earlier than 1717, and this 
house and adjacent land were awarded by court to Samuel 
Tebbetts on his payment to James Stacpole of £200 and costs 
of suit. 

The original grant was supposed to be a strip of land 
forty rods wide on the river and running back four hundred 
rods in a northwesterly direction. When the lots were 
surveyed this form was found to be inconvenient, and so a 
lot was laid out about seventy rods wide on the river and 
tapering back in the shape of a long, truncated wedge. The 
forty acres sold by James Stacpole to William Frost in 1714 
were from the northwesterly end of the farm. This portion 
was sold to Benjamin Hoeg in 1721 and by him to Samuel 
Emerson the following year. In 1760 it was in the pos- 
session of Benjamin Warren, in whose family it remained 
a long time. 

In his old age James Stacpole divided his homestead be- 
tween his sons, Philip and Samuel, reserving a three acre lot 
of the southeast corner for himself. The deed to Philip 
was dated Nov. 17, 1732. It conveyed the northern part of 
his farm, fifteen rods wide on the river and varying in 
breadth "to ye uppermost Corner or point of my land next 


to ye Meeting house", "Excepting al ye old Apple trees yt I 
sot formerly which I do reserve dureing ye life of me & my 
wife for our own use". The lot contained sixteen acres. 

April 20, 1734, James Stacpole, for "paternal love & 
affection", conveyed the southern part of his farm, fifty 
acres, to his son Samuel, extending from the river towards 
the meeting house and bounded on the south by land of 
Thomas Hobbs, with buildings thereon, "Excepting & 
Reserveing unto my Self out of ye premises ye House 
wherein I now live & ye land whereon it Stands & to extend 
from Ye House towards Capt. Wallingfords house by ye 
River & ye little field before my Dore adjoining to Thomas 
Hobbs land Being in al about two or three acres be it more 
or less & lying on ye South & South westerly side of ye Road 
yt leads from Thos Hobbss House to ye Gutter Behinde my 
own House", providing also that James and his wife Mar- 
garet should have half the produce of the land conveyed 
during their lives, including "half of ye Syder jrt may be 

"Ye Gutter Behinde my own House" is plainly seen 
today, leading to the old wading place opposite Chadbourne's 
mill, at the head of Little Johns Falls. Just south of this 
gutter and two rods from the river bank I found many 
bricks and a piece of broken crockery, perhaps a portion 
of a teacup. Here stood the house of James Stacpole, the 
last and perhaps the first he lived in. His house faced 
southerly, and the little field before his door extended to 
Capt. Thomas Wallingford's house, who lived two or three 
rods from the river and just south of another wading place 
at the foot of Little Johns Falls. The house and three 
acre lot where James Stacpole spent his last days came into 
the possession of Capt. Thomas Wallingford after the death 
of James Stacpole's widow, Margaret. 

April 20, 1743, Samuel Stacpole sold to his nephew, 
Joshua Stacpole, a small lot of land, five rods by eleven, on 
which stood the house in which James Stacpole was living 
in 1709, just north of Stacpole Brook and including a part 
of the present highway. Just east of it was the Landing 
Place and a bridge over the brook, for the repair of which 


the town paid in the year 1800, "for plank for Stacpole's 
bridge, $5.44". 

On this small lot of land lived Joshua Stacpole as a 
blacksmith. Here his widow Abigail was living in 1795. It 
seems that her youngest son, Tobias, inherited the property, 
and he willed it to his son, Ebenezer Stacpole in 1821. 
Jonathan Whitehouse, who married Lucy Stacpole, was then 
living in the house. Ebenezer Stacpole lived here till about 
1830, when he moved the house to St. Albans Cove, and the 
land was purchased of Tobias Stacpole by Samuel Hale, 10 
Jan. 1831. The house was put in its new location in spite 
of the public protest of Mr. Roberts, as tradition says, but 
the location seems to be described in a deed from Daniel 
Goodwin to Aaron Stacpole, dated 26 July, 1765, forty-eight 
rods of land on the road from St. Albans Cove to Quamphe- 
gan seventeen rods from a stone near the brook that empties 
into the cove. The house is still in good condition and ten- 
anted. Originally the main entrance was in the middle of 
the southern side. 

After the death of Samuel Stacpole in 1758 most of his 
land through several transfers came into the possession of 
his nephew, William Stacpole, son of Philip, and Joshua 
Roberts got the rest, as a deed shows, 

Sept. 2, 1758, "Honour Freethy of York widow and sister of 
Samuel Stackpole of Summersworth dec^ Joseph Junkins & Alexan- 
der Junkins yeomen Mary Carlisle widow Daniel Mclntire husband- 
man & Mary his wife all of York afores^ which sd Joseph, Alexander, 
Mary and Mercy are children and heirs of Catherine Junkins late of 
the same York deed another sister of said Samuel Stackpole deed" 
sold all rights in the estate of Samuel Stackpole to Joshua Roberts 
of Berwick.— N. H. Prov. Deeds, Vol. 56, p. 392. 

Jan. 7, 1760, Joshua Roberts of Berwick and Ruth his 
wife sold to Jacob Lincoln Jr. of Somersworth eleven acres 
and a half, according to a division agreed upon between 
William Stacpole and himself. The lot began two rods and 
a half south of Joshua Stacpole's half acre of land and lay 
on both sides of Stacpole Brook "excluding ye land James 
Stackpole's house Stands on". — N. H. Prov. Deeds, Vol. 58, 
p. 463. 


Rachel, widow of Jacob Lincoln, mariner, and daughter 
of Capt. Thomas Wallingford, married Silas Nowell, and 
June 29, 1768, her widow's third of this land was set off to 
her by a committee, "three acres of land with the build- 
ings on the same". The whole lot of eleven acres and a 
half became known as "The Lincoln Lands". The house, 
afterward called "the Dore house", was built before 1764, 
probably by Jacob Lincoln. 

The house of James Stacpole, son of Philip, in 1760 was 
south of the brook and in the middle of the present road. 
William Stacpole may have lived on the hill-top, near to 
the cellar of the house owned by Thomas Hobbs, where 
traces of a house and well may be seen. Much later a 
family named Odiorne lived here. 

April 25, 1794, William Stacpole sold all his land to 
Nathan Lord "with the dwelling house and barn thereon 
standing", and the same day Nathan Lord leased the same 
to William Stacpole so long as he or his wife should live. 
July 9, 1794, Nathan Lord acquired the Lincoln Lands, 
except the houses and small lots previously owned by James^ 
Stacpole and Rachel Lincoln. The heirs of Nathan Lord 
sold the lands to Samuel Hale April 5, 1826. Charles 
Gushing then lived where Thomas Hobbs once lived, and 
the hill was known as Cushing's Hill. 

March 18, 1826, Stephen Stacpole of Somersworth, 
tailor, for $100 paid by the selectmen sold to the town a 
certain tract or parcel of land in said town of Somersworth, 
where the said Stephen Stacpole now dwells bounded on the 
northwest by land formerly owned by Capt. Nathan Lord 
of said Somersworth deceased and by the road leading from 
Quamphegan landing (to Sligo so called) on the southeast, 

Containing about one acre be the same more or less, 

for the use of said town of Somersworth". 

In 1828 the Sligo road was somewhat straightened and 
made two rods and a half wide by vote of the town, and for 
damages $110 were awarded to Samuel Hale and $26 to 
Charles Cushing, yet no change seems to have been made 
near Stacpole Landing. At a town meeting held Nov. 15, 
1830, it was voted, "that the Selectmen be authorized to sell 



a small parcel of land conveyed by Stephen Stacpole to the 
town of Somersworth". This was evidently sold to Samuel 
Hale, and the straightening of the road was deferred for 
some years. June 6, 1839, a dozen persons signed a peti- 
tion to the selectmen that the Sligo road be straightened in 
the following manner, "commencing on the easterly side of 
Samuel Hales garden at a suitable point hence on as direct 
a course as convenient so as to intersect the present road 
near where the dwelling house of Stephen Stacpole formerly 
stood, through Samuel Hales land & westerly of James 
Dores house, that the present road by said Hales garden & 
by Dores house is very flat & Spongy & is more especially in 
the Spring of the year and Fall almost impassable and quite 
circuitous". Accordingly the selectmen and all interested 
met at the house of Samuel Hale, Nov. 18, 1839, and the new 
road was laid out, "Beginning at the middle gate post oppo- 
site to the house of Samuel Hale in said Somersworth thence 
running South 37 degrees West 49 rods through land of 
Samuel Hale thence South 57 degrees West 5 rods through 
land of said Samuel Hale to the old road, the above described 
line to be north westerly side of said highway and the said 
highway to be three rods wide". Samuel Hale was awarded 
$75 for damages which greatly improved his property. See 
Town Records of Somersworth, Vol. IV. pp. 218-9. 

Thus we are shown where Stephen Stacpole lived up to 
1826 and where his father, James Stacpole, lived earlier 
than 1760. There is no record to show how the house-lot 
was acquired. Two large elm trees, planted by Stephen 
Stacpole, stood in front of his house and were cut down in 
the year 1900. The old Sligo road ran east of those trees 
and down a steep decline. Traces of it can still be seen. 
The new road cut away the foundation of Stephen Stacpole's 
house and lowered the grade, as was also the case with the 
house north of the brook, occupied by James Stacpole 
in 1709. 

The house known as the Dore house was sold in 1805 by 
Joseph Prime to Dorcas, widow of Otis Stacpole. The place 
was successively owned by William Wise Stacpole, Joseph 
Doe, and Augustus Stacpole, and was sold by the last named 


to James Dore, for $200, Feb. 27, 1826. Andrew Dore, son 
of James, sold it to Samuel Hale in 1860, for $200, a quar- 
ter of an acre of land "lying between the old and new Sligo 
roads". For some years the house was occupied by Samuel 
Hale's hired man. The last person to live there was a Mr. 
Chapman. In 1898 it was in a state of dilapidation, sur- 
rounded by briars, alder bushes and a few old apple trees. 
In 1906 all traces of the house had been removed, and the 
surrounding grounds had been cleared up for field and pas- 
ture. The old cellar walls remain and the bricks of the 
chimney. A large willow tree has grown up close to the 
cellar wall. The heirs of Samuel Hale sold all the land east 
of the Sligo road to William R. Garvin before 1905. 

The northerly part of the old farm, after the death of 
Philip Stacpole in 1761, came into the possession of his son, 
Philip, who sold it to Ichabod Rollins, March 2, 1767, reserv- 
ing "5 square Rods in a Burying place on ye hill where my 
honoured fathr was buried". — N. H. Prov. Deeds, Vol. 79, p. 
459. Judge Ichabod Rollins sold the place to his son, John, 
in 1791, and John's widow, Mary Rollins, sold it to Samuel 
Hale, Nov. 1, 1821. He erected new buildings, perhaps 
retaining the old house of Philip Stacpole as the L of the 
new house. The row of elm trees along the old road was set 
by Mr. Hale. A river wall was built and where there was 
once a little cove is now a broad lawn between the road and 
the river. A large warehouse stood for many years at 
Stacpole Landing, and the town built a landing slip just 
south of the mouth of Stacpole Brook. 

Samuel Hale, born in Barrington 30 April 1793, married 
a granddaughter of Judge Ichabod Rollins, graduated at 
Bowdoin College in 1814, and studied for the ministry, but 
poor health turned him to a business career. He owned 
the mill at Quamphegan. He made the artificial pond on 
the farm and terraced the hill back of his house. He was 
the foremost citizen and had the finest place in Rollinsford. 
He died here 20 Dec. 1869. 

The heirs of Samuel Hale sold the field along the river 
to William R. Garvin, the pasture to heirs of Judge Doe, and 
the rest of the farm and buildings, about thirty acres, was 


sold at auction, Nov. 27, 1906, to Samuel Marshall, who bid 
it in for William R. Garvin, for $1517. By correspondence 
with Montgomery Rollins of Boston, who had charge of the 
property, reservation of the cemetery was made in the deed. 

In the summer of 1906 I visited several times the old 
Stacpole farm, measured some boundary lines and looked 
up the old landmarks, after examining deeds and probate 
records at Concord, Exeter and Dover, N. H. I also had 
access to two surveyors' maps of the farm. From these 
data was constructed the accompanying plan with some 
degree of accuracy. Figure 1 represents the house in which 
James Stacpole was living in 1709. Figure 2 represents the 
location of Philip Stacpole's house, 1732-67, and of the Hale 
house. Figure 3 marks the place where James Stacpole's 
house stood in 1760 and where Stephen Stacpole lived till 
1826. Figure 4 represents the house built by Jacob Lincoln 
before 1764, owned by Dorcas Stacpole and later by James 
Dore. Figure 5 may mark the spot where lived William 
Stacpole and wife Anne. 

The cemetery on the hill is the spot where rest four gen- 
erations of the Stacpole family. It is about fifty feet long 
by thirty feet wide. There are three rows of mounds and 
depressions indicating graves. The ancestors were evi- 
dently buried in the middle row, and here about a dozen 
graves are indicated. There are good reasons for believing 
that the following persons were buried here : — James Stac- 
pole and wife Margaret (Warren), Samuel Stacpole who 
died in 1758, Philip Stacpole and wife Mercy (Thompson), 
Joshua Stacpole and wives, Lucy (Baker) and Abigail 
(Hobbs), James Stacpole and wife Elizabeth (Pierce), 
Stephen Stacpole and first wife Esther (Warren), Philip 
Stacpole Jr. and wife Elizabeth (Tebbetts), and Anne 
(Gray), wife of William Stacpole. 

In 1906 the cemetery was a clump of trees and bushes. 
These were removed. A fence was put around the plot 
of ground. A monument was erected. It consists of a 
granite base three feet ten inches wide, two feet thick and 
one foot four inches high, rock-faced, with beveled top 
chiseled, laid on cement foundation; and a die of Concord 


granite two feet ten inches high, three feet wide and one 
foot two inches thick, rock-faced on the sides, with curving 
top chiseled, and poHshed front and back, making the height 
of the whole four feet and two inches. The monument 
stands in the center of the cemetery. On its front is the 
following inscription : — 


1652 — 1736 






On the back of the stone are inscribed the following 
names of ancestors known to have been buried here : — 

PHILIP STACPOLE, 1690-1761, 





Over sixty persons assembled, Aug. 30, 1907 for the 
annual reunion and the dedication of the monument. After 
a few remarks by the president, Mrs. Annie W. Baer, prayer 
was offered and a verse of "Nearer, my God, to Thee" was 
sung. Then a historical address was read by Rev. Everett 
S. Stackpole, which was afterward published by vote of the 
Association. Then the company sang a verse of "America", 
and remarks were made by George F. Stackpole of River- 
head, N. Y. 

mS2 — 1736 




The entire cost of the monument, including postage, trav- 
eling expenses and printing of the historical address, was 
$216.18, and one hundred contributors sent in $197.75 in 
response to a circular, varying from fifty cents to ten 

The substance of the historical address is embodied in 
this book, here and there; its conclusion may be worth 
preservation : — 

"In the preface to the History and Genealogy of the 
Stackpole Family I stated that the aim and wish of the 
author was to 'lead the youth who bear its name to a just 
amount of family pride and so become an incentive to broad 
education, earnest endeavor, sympathetic helpfulness, and 
noble hving'. I trust that the same motive has prompted 
all who have contributed toward the erection of this stone. 
The number of contributors and the cheerfulness of their 
giving have afforded me much pleasure, and I know that I 
express the minds of the committee when I here return 
thanks to every contributor. I find that there is a broad 
vein of liberality of thought and generosity of purse running 
through the Stackpole family. We have received much that 
is worth more than money, that our ancestors have trans- 
mitted to us. It should be our endeavor to add thereto in 
the enrichment of our souls and to leave a record behind us 
that future generations will be glad to read. I wish espe- 
cially that there might be cultivated in the entire Stackpole 
family what is known in the army as esprit du corps, a 
community of interest, a desire to be of service one to 
another, hospitality as the opportunity may be granted, 
and the hand of a friend in need. My genealogical re- 
searches and these Reunions have led me to feel an interest 
in all of the Stackpole blood as though they were of my 
own immediate family. And if there be found rarely a 
weak and erring one, let us remember the story of the 
Prodigal Son. 

We erect this modest gravestone not for show but for 
durability, and we fence about these 'five square rods where 
our honored fathers are buried', to preserve their graves 
from desecration and that the memory of them may not 


perish. The original choice of this spot for a burial place 
indicates good taste and some nobility of soul. I pity the 
mean soul that would choose a poor soil and an out-of-the- 
way corner in which to bury his dead. Such is not the way 
of love and magnanimity. I prefer the hill-top to the 
valley, the field to the pasture. The rising sun, the beauti- 
ful river, the village opposite where years were spent, the 
farm whence he took his bride, and the homes of his chil- 
dren, all seen from this spot, may have led James Stacpole, 
the emigrant, to think that this would be a nice place for a 
final rest. Does he look down upon us today in gratitude 
and benediction? It will do us no harm to cherish the 
happy thought". 

The accompanying picture shows where our ancestors 
lived. The large white house is on the site of the house 
built by Philip Stacpole soon after the year 1717. By fol- 
lowing the road down nearly to the right hand side of the 
picture one comes to the site of the first James Stacpole's 
house. Glimpses of the Newichawannock river are seen. 
The village of Great Works in South Berwick, Maine, is on 
the distant horizon. 


James Stacpole (James^) is made known to us by his 
will, which is here given in full, since it reveals something 
of family history. He signed his initials in the scrawling 
of a man weak with wounds or sickness. The misspelling 
of the surname is the fault of the person who wrote the 

In the name of God Amen. I James Stagpole Junr of Barwick 
in her Majesty's Province of the Masachusetts Bay in New England 
(planter) being very Sick and weak of Body but of Sound mind and 
memory praised be god for it, and not Knowing how it may please 
god to deal with me, I hereby revoking all former and other Will 
or wills device or devises by me at any time heretofore made making 
null and void the same to all intents and purposes, I doe hereby 
declare and make this my last Will and testament in manner and 
form following. 

Imprs — I commit my Soul into the hands of Christ my onely 
Saviour and blessed redeemer hoping through his meritorious death 
and Intersession pardon and forgiveness of all my Sins. And as 
for that outward Estate God has bestowed upon me I give, bequeath 
and dispose thereof as followeth, after my debts and funeral charges 
is paid and discharged. 

Item. I Give and bequeath unto my Honoured Father James 
Stagpole the Debt due me from James Grant of Barwick, being six 
pounds ten shillings, and also a Cow and one stere of one year old 
in the hands of Zachariah Goodale at Wells, and also my rideing 
Mayr, and also a piece of Broad Cloath of two yards, three quarters 
with the lineing and triming belonging thereunto left in the custody 
of my Grandmother Margaret Warrin, and also Seaven yards and 
halfe of homespun drest wolen Cloth, and also all the wages due to 
me from the Province as a Souldier in her Majesty's Service. 

Item. I give and bequeath unto my vncle James Warrin, my 
young horse bridle and saddle. 

Item. I give my brother Philip Stagpole my long Gunn with the 
Amunition powder horn and all belonging to her. 


Item. I give unto my brother William Stagpole my other Small 
gunn, and all my wearing Apparill. 

Item. I give and bequeath unto my brother Philip Stagpole my 
three steel traps. 

Item. I give and bequeath unto my brother John Stagpole 
Twenty acres of upland and marsh laying on both sides of the Great 
Works River, to him and his Heirs forever. 

Item. All the Remainder of my Estate Whither Real or per- 
sonal, I give and bequeath unto my Hond Father whom I doe appoint 
sole Executor hereof, and of all herein Contained as on the other 
side. In Testimony whereof I have hereunto Set my hand and Seal 
This Eleventh day of November In the year of our Lord, one Thou- 
sand Seaven Hundred and six, 1706. 

Signed, Sealed, Published 

and Declared to be his 

last Will and Testament 

In the presence of his 

Hatevil Roberts James J. S. Stagpole 

Richard X Hussey mark 

John Croad. 

Sworn to 30 Nov. 1706. Recorded 20 Dec. 1706. 


Lieut. John Stackpole (James^), for by this title he was 
usually distinguished from his son, Deacon John Stackpole, 
was probably born about or soon after 1680, since he had a 
son born in 1708. He married Elizabeth, daughter of 
Andrew and Ann (Allison) Brown^ 

^Arthur Brown, merchant and planter, came from London to Bid- 
deford, Me., in 1643. He had 500 acres at Black Point, Scarborough, 
east of Dunstan, close by what was called Harmon's Landing. His 
house was destroyed by the Indians in 1675. He is thought to have 
died in Boston in 1695. Name of his wife is unknown. His children 
were And7-ew, William, who died in Boston, 1710, leaving at least a 
son William, John, deceased in 1696, leaving at least sons John and 
Samuel, Joseph according to Folsom's Hist, of Biddeford, Joshua 
who m. Rebecca Libby, and Elizabeth who m. Matthew Libby. 

Andrew Brown (Arthuri) born 1658, married (1) Ann, daughter 
of Ralph Allison of Scarborough, Me. See York Deeds, XVII. 113. 
He married (2) 24 Jan. 1709/10, Sarah Priest in Wells, Me. She 
was daughter of Roger Hill and married (1) Pendleton Fletcher, and 
(2) William Priest. Andrew Brown died 4 July 1725, aged 66, as 
his tombstone in the cemetery near the old Congregational church in 
Scarborough declares. He is called Lieutenant in the town records. 
He lived in a garrison house in York 1697-1713, on the northeast side 
of York River, and here probably John Stackpole became acquainted 
with his daughter. The children of Andrew and Ann (Allison) 
Brown were Andrew who died 14 March 1722, aged 31, leaving a 
daughter, Lieut. Alliso7i who died 16 April 1728, aged 31 (he m. Han- 


John Stackpole, for so his name is always spelled, lived 
in York a dozen years, receiving three grants of land there. 
He moved to Biddeford, Maine, about 1717 and bought sev- 
eral parcels of land near Cov^ Cove and the mouth of the 
Saco river, having at one time over two hundred acres of 
land. Jan. 4, 1728, he and others had a grant from Arundel 
of one hundred acres apiece on the Saco Road, a new road 
to be laid out from Wells through Arundel to Winter Har- 
bor in Biddeford. This has led historians to say erron- 
eously that John Stackpole moved to Kennebunkport, as 
Arundel was called later. There is much evidence to the 

John Stackpole was chosen constable of Biddeford in 
1717. The last meeting of the inhabitants on both sides of 
the river under the old name of Saco was held at his house, 
31 March 1717, and he was chosen Moderator. His house 
stood on the spot where not long ago lived Ralph E. Jordan, 
Esq., on the Pool Road, near an old cemetery. His house 
was a garrison for defense against the Indians. A petition 
to the General Court, dated 9 Nov. 1723, is signed by Eben- 
ezer Hill, John Stackpole and Nathaniel Tarbox. They ask 
for protection against the Indians and say that Stackpole's 
"Garrison is upon the road and is a guard and security to 
the meeting house." 

In 1727 he petitioned the General Court for an allow- 
ance for services in taking "command of Twenty-one men at 
Biddeford and marching up Saco river in pursuit of the 
enemy, which continued for nine days, and soon after his 
return, on the first day of february following (1724/5) your 
petitioner did by order of Colonel Westbrook march as Pilot 
from Richmond to Penobscot Town with Capt. James 
Heath." It was ordered that eight pounds be paid him out 
of the public treasury. On this expedition with Capt. 
Heath a village of the Tarratines, containing fifty houses, 

nah Scammon and had children, Andrew and Elizabeth. In his \vill 
he bequeathed to his sister, Elizabeth Stackpole and to each of her 
children four pounds apiece), Lieut. Matthew, d. s. p. before 1731, 
Catherine who married Joshua Lassell, Elizabeth who married John 
Stackpole, and Mary who married Samuel Carr. The account of this 
family as given in the first edition of this book contains some errors. 


near the present city of Bangor, was burned. The Tarra- 
tines had fled. 

The reason why John Stackpole did not receive his pay 
sooner appears in the fact that while he was a soldier in the 
fort at Winter Harbor he was captured by Indians, carried 
to Canada and there remained nineteen months, after which 
he was exchanged for an Indian that had been taken. The 
General Court of Massachusetts allowed him £22 for dam- 
ages suffered, f'olsom says that John Stackpole "ran into 
the pool and attempted to wade across ; but one of the party, 
said to have been the noted Wahwa, who was well known to 
Stackpole, pursued him, crying out, "Boon quarter, John, 
boon quarter", meaning that he would spare his life". John 
surrendered and went to Canada, spending a winter on his 
way at the foot of the White Mountains. Some anecdotes 
concerning his captivity have floated dov/n on the stream 
of tradition, not altogether reliable.^ 

In 1730 John Stackpole was chosen messenger to hire a 
schoolmaster. He contributed seven pounds toward the 
building of the first Ccngregational church in Biddeford and 
was one of the committee that called the Rev. Samuel 
Willard to be its pastor in 1729. He was one of the select- 
men in 1729, 1730, 1737-9, and 1740. He was living in 1767. 
His wife signed a deed in 1759. Their children, so far as 
known, were : — 

10. John b. 1708 ; m. Bethiah Young. 

11. Andrew m. Mary Davis. 

12. Sarah m. 1730, John Smith. 
Ehzabeth ? m. Edward Smith. 


Catherine Stacpole (James^) married Alexander Junkins 
of Scotland Parish, York, Maine. His father was Robert 
Junkins, taken prisoner by Oliver Cromwell at the battle of 
Dunbar, 3 Sept. 1650, and sent to Boston in the ship Unity. 
He married Sarah, daughter of John Smith of York. Cath- 
erine Junkins died between 9 Nov. 1757 and 13 Feb. 1758. 

2Acts and Resolves of Mass. Folsom's Hist, of Biddeford. First 
edition of History and Genealogy of the Stackpole Family, p. 63. 


The children of Alexander and Catherine (Stacpole) Jun- 
kins are recorded in York as follows : — 

Joseph b. 22 Oct. 1701 ; m. Patience Lord, 1 July 1725.'' 

Mary b. 3 April 1707 ; m. John Carlisle, 29 April 1724. 

Alexander b. 1 Nov. 1710 ; m. Hannah Mclntire, 26 Oct. 

Martha b. 20 Sept. 1714 ; m. Brig.-Gen. Jedediah Preble, 
21 March 1733 ; d. 10 March 1753. Five children. 

Mercy b. 15 July 1720 ; m. Daniel Mclntire, about 1741. 


Wilham Stacpole (James^ is mentioned only in his 
brother's will, in 1706. He is not mentioned in the records 
of Maine, or New Hampshire elsewhere. He probably died 
when a young man. 


Margaret Stacpole (JamesO married, as shown by Kit- 
tery Records, 7 Jan. 1707/8, Jonathan Young of York, Me. 
Both were living as late as 1758, as a legal document shows. 
Their children, recorded in York, were as follows : — 

Miriam Young b. 31 Jan. 1707/8; m. Nathaniel Chap- 
man, 27 Nov. 1735. 

Elizabeth Young b. 23 April 1710 ; m. Samuel Adams Jr. 
of York. 1. in Harpswell, Me. 

Jerusha Young b. 5 March 1711/12 ; m. Joseph Hatch, 12 
July 1739. 

Rowland Young b. 4 Feb. 1713/4; m. Abigail Dixon, 4 
Nov. 1735. 

^The children of Joseph and Patience (Lord) Junkins were Jo- 
seph b. 15 Feb. 1727/8 m. Tabitha Nowell, 4 June 1757; Catherine b. 
1 Sept. 1731 m. Nathan Lord, 30 July 1772; Samuel b. 26 Oct. 1735 
m. Hipsabeth Preble, Dec. 1764 arid had ch., Joseph, Samuel and 
Sarah; Patience who m. prob. John Shaw, 5 March 1761; and James. 

•*The children of Alexander and Hannah (Mclntire) Junkins were 
John b. 19 July 1733 m. Eunice Young, 18 Jan. 1755; Alexander b. 9 
Oct. 1735 m. Abigail Lindsay, 11 Jan. 1776; Elizabeth b. 21 March 
1736/7 m. Alison Smith, 11 Feb. 1762 ; Paul b. 16 May 1739 m. Sarah 
Jordan, 10 Sept. 1769; Hannah b. 16 March 1740/41 m. Samuel 
Freathy, 31 March 1769; Mary b. 15 April 1743 m. Peter Lewis, 29 
Oct. 1761; William b. 14 Feb. 1744/5, prob. d. young; Robert b. 7 
March 1746/7, d. 19 Sept. 1748; Sarah, twin to Robert, unm. in 1781; 
Martha b. 14 May 1749, m. Noah Wilson, 16 Sept. 1775; and Robert 
b. 23 May 1752, who had a "liberal education" and was a schoolmaster. 


Abijah Young b. 10 May 1720; m. 3 Sept. 1747, Mary 
Macness of Harpswell, Me. Dec. 1723; m. Sarah Dixon. Dau. 
Elinor b. 12 Jan. 1750. 

Jonathan Young, d. 1 Feb. 1729. 

Child, d. 25 Sept. 1735.^ 


Philip Stacpole (James^ is first mentioned in the will 
of his brother James, in 1706. It is conjectured that he was 
born about the year 1690. It appears by a court record in 
York county, Maine, that he married (1) Mercy Thomson, 
about the year 1712. After studying thoroughly all the 
Thomson and Thompson families in old Kittery and Dover it 
seems more probable than any other supposition, that she 
was an unrecorded daughter of John and Sarah (Emery) 
Thomson. John Thomson's widow married Gilbert Warren, 
uncle of Philip Stacpole. Thus he would be brought into 
intimate relations with that family. They must have lived 
in upper Kittery, (South Berwick) at the time of their 

He married (2), between 1750 and 1755, Martha, widow 
of Thomas Stevens of Somers worth, N. H. It has hereto- 
fore been published by me and by others that he married 

^Rowland Young, fisherman, of York, declared in 1686 that he 
had lived in York fifty years, that is, since 1636. He married Joane, 
daughter of Robert Knight. After deeding property to sons he willed 
the remainder to wife Joanne in 1685. In 1698 she willed property 
to children Rowland, Job, Mary Moulton and Lydia Haines. Their 
children were probably Richard, whose estate was administered in 
1672 and who left widow Margery, whose maiden name was Mar- 
gery Batson and who m. (2) Hon. Robert Eliot; William, who had a 
grant of land in 1684, is called son of Rowland, removed to Salem, 
Mass., and had at least son William; Robert m. Mary Say ward; 
Samuel; Job m. Sarah Austin; Rowland m. Susanna Matthews; Mary 

m. Moulton; and Lydia who m. Thomas Haines of Amesbury, 


The above named Rowland Young, Jr., was a deacon in the church 
at York. He died 28 June 1721, aged 72 years. He married Su- 
sanna, daughter of Walter and Mary Matthews, who deposed 30 June 
1698, aged 46 years. See Hist, of Durham, N. H. They had nine 
children, of whom was Jonathan, who married Margaret Stacpole. 

Rowland Young, Jr., had another son, Lieut. Joseph Young, who 
married Abigail, daughter of Joseph and Ruth (Redding) Donnell of 
York. Their daughter, Bethiah, b. Sept. 1709, married Deacon John 
Stackpole of Biddeford. 


Martha (Downes) Mackelroy. Samuel Downes in his will, 
March 24-May 30, 1755, gave "to Sister Martha Stacpole 
the wife of Philip Stacpole the use & improvement of Ten 
acres of Land at the South West Corner of my homestead 
Near as the fence now Stands During her Natural Life & 
after her Decease I Give the Said Ten acres of Land to all 
her Natural Children to be equally Divided Between them 
their heirs & assigns forever".** He also willed property to 
his wife Judith and to the Church of Christ in Somersworth 
one hundred pounds. It is certain from other evidences that 
Martha Downes married (1) James Bunker, (2) John 
Mackelroy. The inference is easy, that Philip Stacpole 
married (2) the widow of John Mackelroy. 

But Schoolmaster Tate in his Journal says that "John 
McKleroy of Somersworth dyd on Sunday Feb'y 16th 1772. 
Mrs. Martha McKleroy widow of ye abovesd Jno McKleroy 
dyd". The date is not given. Note also the following 
deeds, — 

Oct. 20, 1762. Samuel and Abigail Stevens of Lebanon, York 
County, conveyed to Stephen Evans three and three quarters acres 
in Somersworth, part of the land willed me by Samuel Downs and 
part I bought of my brother, Abijah Stevens, and sister Mary Grant, 
wife of William, where my mother, Martha Stagpole, lives. (Records 
at Exeter, N. H., Vol. 105, p. 168.) 

April 16, 1765. Joshua Nock of Berwick and wife Elizabeth, and 
widow Hannah Gerrish conveyed to Stephen Evans of Somersworth 
ten acres in Somersworth, which formerly belonged to Samuel Downs, 
which he gave in his will to our honored mother then by ye name of 
Stevens and now by the name of Martha Stagpole, and to her heirs, 
widow of Philip Stagpole, late of Somersworth deceased. (N. H. 
Province Deeds, Vol. 96, p. 8.) 

Thus it is plain, in spite of an inaccuracy in the last 
deed, that Philip Stacpole married (2) Martha, widow of 
Thomas Stevens. Perhaps she was sister to Judith, wife of 
Samuel Downes, and that the word sister in his will means 

«See Probate Records of N. H. Province, Vol. 19, p. 279. Cf. Vol. 
7, p. 291, N. H. Province Deeds, Vol. 46, p. 313, and York Deeds, Vol. 
18, p. 255. 


sister-in-law. A Mrs. Stackpole, doubtless widow of Philip, 
died in Dover, 24 Sept. 1792, aged 101 years.^ 

In the records of the church at South Berwick appears 
the folowing entry, March 15, 1729, "Mercy Stackpole 
(Philip) received by profession". In the church at Dover 
were baptized, Jan. 18, 1730, "Philip Stagpole and children 
Sarah, William, Lydia and Elisha". Their other children, 
Joshua and James, were baptized at South Berwick. 

Philip Stacpole was living in 1717 in a house built on 
land of the Tebbetts heirs, a few rods north of his father's 
farm and east of the road. In 1732 his father deeded to 
him the northerly part of his farm. He was a member of 
the first School Board of Somersworth. He was one of the 
selectmen of the parish, with Paul Wentworth and William 
Wentworth, in 1737, 1741 and 1742. He was chosen to the 
same office in 1748 but refused to serve. Again he was 
elected selectman in 1750 with Col. Thomas Wallingford and 
Capt. James Hobbs. He was one of a committee on valua- 
tion of estates in 1753, and one of the overseers of the poor 
in 1754, 1755 and 1758. He was collector of taxes in 1753. 
He was sergeant in the militia in 1746. These offices prove 
that he was considered a man of ability and integrity. In 
the division of common land in Dover in 1733 Philip Stac- 
pole received three hundred and twenty-eight acres. 

His will, 25 Aug.-30 Sept. 1761, is as follows :— 

In the name of God. Amen. The twenty-fifth of August one 
Thousand Seven Hundred and Sixty-one, I Philip Stacpole, Husband- 
man, of the town of Somersworth in the Province of New Hampshire 
in New England, being weak and Infirm in body but of Perfect mind 
and memory, thanks be given unto God, Therefore calling to 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 and Testament, that 
is to say; principally and first of all, I give and recommend my Sole 
unto the hands of God that gave it, and my Body I recommend to the 

■^The children of Thomas and Martha Stevens were Olive b. 14 
March 1717/8 m. John Cartland; Elizabeth b. 26 May 1719 m. Joshua 
Nock; Elijah b. 28 Aug. 1721; Martha b. 18 June 1724; Mary b. 1 
May 1726 m. William Grant; Hannah m. Andrew Gerrish before 

1748; Samuel m. Abigail ; and Abijah m. Frances Dore. The 

last two lived in Lebanon, Maine. 


earth to be buried in Christian and decent burial at the discretion of 
my executor, nothing doubting but at the General Resurrection i shall 
receive the same again by the almighty power of God, and as touch- 
ing such worldly estate wherewith it has pleased God to bless me in 
this life, I give, Demise & Dispose in the following manner and form. 

Imprimis. I give and bequeath to my dearly beloved wife Martha, 
the improvement of one third of all my estate both real and personal, 
during her natural life, after measuring off four acres of land at the 
Westerly end of my Homestead joining to Benjamin Warren's land, I 
give and bequeath the next two acres of land to my beloved son Joshua 
Stacpole to him and his heirs and assigns forever excepting the 
improvement of part thereof above mentioned. 

Item. I give and bequeath to my beloved son James Stacpole the 
next adjoining two acres to the above mentioned two acres, to him, 
his heirs and assigns forever, excepting part of the Improvement 
thereof as above mentioned. 

Item. I give and bequeath to my two beloved daughters, Sarah 
Hall and Lydia Frost four acres of land next adjoining to the last 
mentioned two acres to be equally divided between them, to them their 
Heirs and assigns forever, excepting part of the Improvement as 
above mentioned. 

Item. I give and bequeath to my beloved son William Stacpole 
the one half of my barn to him, his heirs and assigns forever, with the 
Privilege of passing to and fro from it as he may have occasion, 
excepting the Improvement of part thereof as above said. 

Item. I give & bequeath to my said wife Martha one Cow. 

Item. I give and bequeath to my said wife Martha the use and 
Improvement of the bed I lay on, and the furniture belonging to the 
same during her natural life. 

Item. It is my will that my oxen be disposed of by executors 
hereafter mentioned to defray my funeral charges. 

Item. I give and bequeath to my beloved son Philip all the rest 
of my Homestead lying between the four acres given to my daughters 
as above mentioned, and the River passing before my house, excepting 
part of the Improvement as above mentioned. It is my will that my 
said beloved son Philip pay all my Lawfull debts. 

Item. I give and bequeath all the rest of my estate both real and 
personal to my beloved son, to him, his heirs and assigns forever. 

Item: I do hereby constitute, make and ordain my said beloved 
son, Philip Stacpole, my sole execcutor of this my last will and Testa- 
ment, and I do hereby utterly disallow, revoke and disannul all and 
every other Testament, will, legacies and bequests and executors by 
me in any way 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 before written. 

Signed, sealed and published 

pronounced and Declared 

by said Philip Stackpole 

as his last will and Testament Philip Stacpole 

in the presence of us the subscribers 

Joseph Tate 

Mark Wallingford 

Rachel Lincoln 

Approved 30 Sept. 1761 by Richard Wibird, Judge of Probate. 

The children of Philip and Mercy (Thomson) Stacpole 

13. Joshua m. (1) , (2) Lucy Baker, (3) 

Abigail Hobbs. 
--^14. James b. 1714 ; m. Elizabeth Pierce. 

15. Sarah m. Sergt. John Hall. 

16. Lydia m. Frost. 

17. William m. Anne Gray. 
Elisha, probably died young. 

Otis, enlisted in expedition against Canada 10 
March 1760. Discharged at Albany, N. Y., 27 
Nov. 1760. Died at Holden, Mass., of small-pox 
Nov. 1760. 

18. Philip m. Elizabeth Tebbetts. 




Honor Stacpole (James^) was baptized and received by 
covenant in the church at South Berwick, 20 May 1716. 
The following account of her is given for the benefit of per- 
plexed genealogists. 

In July 1721, James Stacpole had a suit in the court of 
New Hampshire against Joshua, son of Hatevil Roberts, 
who lived at "Sligo", in Somersworth. He charged that 
said Roberts often came to his house and kept company with 
his daughter Honor, who is now with child by him. Joshua 
Roberts denied the fact and refused to marry her. See 
Court Files at Concord, N. H. The child was named for his 
father, Joshua Roberts, and was brought up in the family 
of James^ Stacpole, till his mother married and took him 
with her to York. Dr. Ham of Dover, N. H., left a rec- 
ord of marriages, in which he says that Hatevil Roberts 


married Honor Stacpole 28 Oct. 1724 and that James 
Freathy married Honor Stacpole 24 Jan. 1733. Both state- 
ments are erroneous. 

Joshua Roberts, son of Joshua and Honor (Stacpole) 
Roberts, married Ruth Smith of South Berwick. Both died 
at the home of their son, the Rev. Joshua Roberts in Kenne- 
bunk, Me., after 1803. Their children, recorded in Ber- 
wick, were: 

James Roberts b. 31 May 1745 ; m. Martha Woodsum, 9 
July 1767. 

Margaret Roberts b. 29 July 1749 ; m. Mark Wentworth 
26 Dec. 1768, (2) Capt. Ebenezer Ricker. d. s. p. 

Joseph Roberts b. 5 May 1751; m. Elizabeth Heard, 7 
July 1774. 

Onour Roberts b. 6 Jan. 1754; m. Joseph Hubbard, 8 
Nov. 1770. 

Elizabeth Roberts b. 27 Feb. 1756; m. Tobias Went- 
worth, 15 May 1777, (2) Nathan Lord. 

Ruth Roberts b. 12 Jan. 1758; m. EKphalet Jones, 29 
April 1775. 

Samuel Roberts b. 12 Nov. 1760 ; m. Lydia Tebbetts. 

Jemima Roberts b. 12 March 1763; Joseph Brackett, 
21 Feb. 1782. 

Molly Roberts b. 24 May 1765; m. Ichabod Cook, (2) 
Tristram Heard. 

Rev. Joshua Roberts b. 18 Feb. 1767 ; m. Sarah Hooper, 
21 June 1790, (2) widow Susanna Drake. He was pastor 
of the Baptist church at Kennebunk, 1803-1831. 

Honor Stacpole married, 24 Jan. 1734, Joseph Freathy ^JCt^^^ 
of York, Me. His first wife was Jemima, daughter of Sam- ,.;/xjUm:>, 

uel Hatch of Wells, Me., by whom he had five children. The 
name Freathy has become extinct, though descendants of 
other surname are found. The children of Joseph and 
Honor (Stacpole) Freathy were as follows. She is said to 
have married (2) a Mr. Hersom. 

Jemima Freathy b. 19 Dec. 1734 ; living in 1759. Unm. 

James Freathy b. 7 March 1736; lived nine months. 

Samuel Freathy b. 11 April 1738 ; m. Hannah Junkins, 
31 March 1769. His will, 1800, names wife Hannah, son 
Joseph, daughter Catherine wife of James Emery, daughter 
Jemima wife of James Woodsum, and daughters, Hannah 
and Oner. 


Jacob Freathy b. 1740 ; died at sea. 

Honor Freathy, lived to the age of 70. Unm. 


Samuel Stacpole (James^) is not mentioned in his 
brother's will, 1706. Perhaps he was born later. He was 
baptized and received by covenant in the church at South 
Berwick, Me., 15 Oct. 1721. He died intestate in 1758. As 
his property was divided among his brothers and sisters, it 
is evident that he left no family. Philip, his brother, was 
made administrator of his estate 22 Feb. 1758. James 
Hobbs and Daniel Goodwin made the inventory of his estate, 
consisting of thirty acres of land, buildings, a yoke of cat- 
tle, a cow, a heifer and household stuff, — all amounting to 
£2681 :s7, doubtless in depreciated currency. In 1723, in a 
deposition, Samuel Stacpole, "of lawful age", mentions "my 
landing". In a suit against him, in 1725, one item charged 
to him was a pair of gloves, worth five shillings, for his 
sister. Honor. 



Deacon John Stackpole (Lieut. John-, JamesO was born 
in 1708, and married, 30 Nov. 1731, Bethiah Young of York. 
See page 80. He was deacon in the Congregational church 
at Biddeford in 1754, selectman in 1746, 1750 and 1751. 
He, too, was a lieutenant in the militia, appointed by Gov. 
William Shirley in 1755, "for killing and captivating the 
Indian enemy", as the commission, still preserved, reads. 
He had, in 1755, command of soldiers enlisted for five 
months, who scouted from New Boston (Gray) to Fort 
Shirley at Frankfort (Dresden), Maine. His journal, kept 
during that time, is preserved in the archives of Massachu- 
setts. The record recounts the daily doings of the month of 
July, in marching to North Yarmouth, New Gloucester, 
Brunswick, Cathance (Bowdoinham), Richmond, Fort Wes- 
tern at Augusta and Fort Halifax at Win slow, Maine. 

Deacon John Stackpole died at Biddeford, Me., 2 Dec. 
1796 in the eighty-ninth year of his age. His wife died 28 
June 1785, aged 76 years. They had eight children : 

19. James b. 14 Nov. 1732; m. Abiel Hill. 

19A. Phoebe b. 13 Dec. 1734 ; m. 15 April 1761, Samuel 
Banks of Biddeford. 8 ch. 
Hannah b. 6 March 1736; m. 26 Nov. 1754, Jo- 

20. John b. 28 Sept. 1739 ; m. Rebecca Gilpatrick. 
Sarah b. 16 Feb. 1741; m. 3 Aug. 1770, Ezekiel 

Tarbox. See Hist, of Gardiner, Me. 

21. Andrew b. 28 March 1745 ; m. Sarah Fletcher. 

22. Joseph Young b. 28 Aug. 1747 ; m. Anna Fletcher. 
Elizabeth b. 17 Dec. 1749 ; m. 9 Feb. 1769, Shad- 

rach Wetherby, (2) Dec. 1793, James Deering 
of Arundel. 



Andrew Stackpole (Lieut. John-, James^) was a soldier 
in the expedition against Cape Breton in 1745. He mar- 
ried, 22 Nov. 1743, Mary, daughter of John and Elizabeth 
Davis. He died intestate in 1768. His widow married, 4 
Sept. 1768, Stephen Jones of Pepperrellborough. Two 

Margaret b. 9 Feb. 1748 ; m. 1765, Thomas Drinkwater 
of North Yarnlouth and had children, Joseph, Sarah and 

Mary bapt. 17 May 1751 ; m. 21 Jan. 1768, Joel Sawyer 
of Pepperrellborough, now Saco, Me. 


Sarah Stackpole (Lieut. John-, James^ married, 1730, 
Capt. John Smith (Nicholas^ Nicholas- of Exeter, N. H., 
Richard^ of Ipswich, Mass.) who came to Biddeford from 
Exeter with brothers, Capt. Daniel Smith and Edward 
Smith. Capt. John Smith settled in that part of Hollis, Me., 
which is now Dayton. Children, so far as known : 


John Smith, Jr., m. a cousin, Anna, dau. of Capt. Daniel 
Smith. Their descendant, Isaac Murch of Dayton, tells the 
tradition that James Stacpole was captured on the coast of 
Ireland, when he was 14 years of age, and brought to 

Allison Smith m. his cousin, EHzabeth Junkins, 11 Feb. 

Nicholas Smith, "father of Col. John Smith of Hollis and 
the grandfather of Gen. Charles Smith". 

Jedediah Smith bapt. at Biddeford 12 Nov. 1749. Had 
a family in Hollis. 

Some think that Edward Smith, brother of Capt. John 
Smith, married Elizabeth Stackpole, sister of his brother's 
wife. He married (2), 1758, Abigail Murch. Children by 
first marriage were Edward, Andrew, Daniel, Mary, Sarah, 
Ann, and Margaret. 


Joshua Stacpole (Philip-, James') was born on the old 
Stacpole farm in what is now Rollinsford, N. H., in 1713. 
He was baptized and received on confession of faith in the 
church at South Berwick, Me., 15 March 1729. The name 
of his first wife is unknown. One child by that marriage. 
About 1739 he married (2) Lucy Baker. See page 62. His 
third wife was Abigail Hobbs. He was a blacksmith. He 
was one of the troopers under command of Capt. Tristram 
Coflfin in Dover, 27 July 1740. Constable in 1743. He with 
eighty others was granted a charter of Middleton, N. H., 27 
April 1749. He had for three pounds the privilege of build- 
ing a pew in the gallery of the church at Somersworth in 
1754. Schoolmaster Tate says that Joshua Stacpole broke 
his thigh 11 Jan. 1776. At one time five of his sons were 
masters of vessels. His children are here given in the order 
in which they are recorded, without dates, in Tate's Journal. 
His widow, Abigail, was living in 1795. 

Mary bapt. 31 May 1736; probably died young. 
Children by second marriage 
23. Samuel b. Oct. 1740 ; m. Zerviah Watson. 

Lucy m. William Watson, (2) Gershom Horn. See 
N. E. Reg, 1851. 

Henry Hobbs first appears in the tax-list of Dover, N. H., in 1657 
as "henrey hobes". In 1658 he had a grant of four acres on Dover 
Neck. He married Hannah, daughter of Thomas Canney and received 
as a marriage poi'tion six score acres next south of James Stacpole's 
lot. There is some evidence that he was a Scotchman. He died in 
1698, leaving widow Hannah and son Henry. Henry Hobbs, Jr., was 
born in 1670, had wife Mary who administered his estate in 1724. 
Thomas Hobbs, probably their son, lived on the top of the hill, west 
of the Sligo road, where his cellar may now be plainly seen. He sold 
his place to Thomas Wallingford in 1738 and was living in Berwick 
in 1755. His wife was Elizabeth Morrell of Kittery. No connection 
has been traced between that family and the following. 

There was a James Hobbs, son of Morris and Joanna (Cromwell), 
with wife Rebecca (Garland?), who was probably connected with the 
Hobbs family of Hampton, N. H. He had ten children and died in 
1767. Children were Mercy b. 7 Dec. 1719, not named in her father's 
will; Phebe b. 10 Sept. 1722; Abigail b. 30 March 1725 m. Joshua 
Stacpole; Sarah b. 20 July 1727 m. Capt. James Garvin; James b. 11 x'u^i 
Jan. 1729 m. Ruth Philpot, 29 Dec. 1751; Joanna m. Archibald Smith 
about 1748; Maurice m. Sarah Plunier about 1761?; Ebenezer m. 
Eliza Chadwick about 1774; Susanna m. Benjamin Twombly about 
1760; Mary and Lydia named in their father's will. All these lived 
in Somersworth, at "Sligo". 


Children by third marriage. 

24. Joshua b. about 1743 ; m. Lydia Plummer. 

25. Charles b. 1745 ; m. Rachel Pray. 

Mary m. in Portsmouth, 28 Jan. 1779, Samuel Ham. 

26. Ebenezer m. Mary Ham. 

Margaret b. 12 Nov. 1755 ; m. Abraham Barrons of 
Berwick, later of Cornish, Me., and died 22 May 
1846. He was a soldier of the Revolution, b. in 
1753 and died 24 Oct. 1819. Nine ch. See Rid- 
lon's Hist, of the Saco Valley Settlement, p. 455. 

Henry b. 1756. Revolutionary soldier. Said to 
have been lost at sea. 

Mercy b. 18 May ; m. Richards of New- 

buryport, Mass. Mrs. Mercy Richards died at 
Newburyport 24 Nov. 1840. 

27. Otis b. 1761 ; m. Dorcas Lord. 

28. Andrew m. Betsey Abbot. 

29. Tobias b. Aug. 1769 ; m. Eunice Roberts. 

James Stacpole (Philip", James^) was born in 1714. He 
was baptized at South Berwick, Me., 15 March 1729, as son 
of Philip and Mercy. His mother was received into the 
church the same day. He enlisted in a company commanded 
by Capt. Job Clement, 7 April 1748, as a guard to Roches- 
ter and Barrington, N. H. His age was then 34. Accord- 
ing to Tate he married, about 1740, Elizabeth, daughter of 
Benjamin and Hannah (Ash) Pierce, who was born 17 May 

John Pierce, weaver, from Norwich, England, born 1588, was ad- 
mitted as a freeman in Watertown Mass., March 1638, "a man of 
very good estate". He died 19 Aug. 1661. His wife, Elizabeth died 
12 March 1667/8. His eldest son, Anthony, was born in England in 
1609 and was a freeman in Watertown, 3 Sept. 1634, where he died 9 
May 1678. His first wife, Sarah, died in 1633. He married in 1638 

Anne . He had nine children, of whom Joseph was born probably 

in 1647. He married (1) Martha , (2) 15 June 1698, Mrs. Eliza- 
beth (Kendall) Winship. He died in Watertown about 1713. He had 
several children, of whom Benjamin was born in Watertown, 25 
March 1677. He removed to Dover, N. H., and there married (1) 7 
Sept. 1705, widow Elizabeth Hall, (2) 30 May 1714, Hannah, daugh- 
ter of Thomas and Hannah (Chesley) Ash. Tate's Journal says that 
Hannah Pierce died 16 Sept. 1777. Children of Benjamin Pierce 
recorded in Dover: Benjamin b. 11 Dec. 1706, schoolmaster in Somers- 
worth in 1736; Joseph b. 22 Oct. 1709; John b. 19 May 1715; Eliza- 
beth b. 17 May 1717 m. James Stacpole; Ebenezer b. 2 Feb. 1720/21; 
Israel b. 16 Feb. 1723/4 m. 7 Jan. 1748, Elizabeth Curtis of York; 
Martha b. 18 Oct. 1725 m. 14 Sept. 1747, Daniel Goodwin?; and 


1717 and baptized 20 Nov. 1717. James Stacpole does not 
figure at all in the town records of Somersworth. He is 
called "laborer" in a legal document of 1759. He was then 
summoned to court to show reason why he had not 
responded to the call of his military company to go on the 
expedition to Canada. He had just passed the age of forty- 
five. In 1750 he, his brother Philip and his brother-in-law, 
Israel Pierce, were accused at court by Col. Thomas Wall- 
ingford of saying bad words against the King and his New 
Hampshire officials. James Stacpole seems to have been the 
principal offender and was charged with "damning his Maj- 
esty King George III". This was the first year of King 
George's reign, and though we can not approve of James' 
language, he might have wasted it on a less provoking sub- 
ject. He evidently had in advance the spirit of '76. He 
paid fine and costs amounting to £16-4-6, or over $80, which 
was a wicked fine to impose upon a laborer with eight chil- 
dren to support. The record shows that most of this sum 
went to lawyers and officials. In 1781 James Stacpole with 
many others received a "drawback", or abatement of taxes, 
£1 s8. He and wife were probably living in the family of 
his son Stephen, when the census of 1790 was taken. Their 
house stood just south of Stackpole Brook, where the pres- 
ent road runs. The dates of birth of his eight children are 

Thomas b. 15 May 1727 m. Hannah, daughter of James Heard. — See 
Bond's History of Watertown, Dover Historical Collections, Tate's 
Journal, Pierce Genealogy and records of N. H. 

Thomas Ash witnessed a deed in Boston, 2 (12) 1652. Thomas 
Ash signed a petition in Dover, N. H., in 1689. He lived at Oyster 
River, near the head of Johnson's Creek. He married Hannah, daugh- 
ter of Philip and Elizabeth Chesley, (2) widow Mary Rawlins, or 
Rollins. His will, 1718, names wife Mary, son Thomas, daughter Han- 
nah Pierce, to whom he gave five shillings, and "other daughters". 
His son Thomas had wife Eleanor. She and children, Mary, Thomas, 
Judith and Benjamin, were baptized in Dover, 28 March 1736. Widow 
Mary Ash and Judith, her daughter, were baptized 28 Sept. 1718. In 
1743 Thomas Ash and Eleanor his wife sold to John Gage 25 acres 
with house, orchard, etc., on the road from Dover to Cochecho Point. 
Eleanor Ash married in Somersworth William Whitehouse, Jr., about 
1763 and had several children. Benjamin Ash signed a petition 
from Lebanon, Me., in 1757. This is all that I have been able to learn 
about the Ash family. See Hist, of Durham, N. H., N. H. State Pa- 
pers, Rawlins Genealogy p. 306, and Dover Hist. Collections. 


copied from Tate's Journal. They differ in some cases, very 
slightly, from dates preserved in respective families. 

30. Aaron b. 17 June 1741; m. Deborah Roberts, (2) 
Olive Hamilton. 

31. James b. 1 May 1744 ; m. Judith Thompson. — 

32. William b. 19 Oct. 1746; m. Ann (Jackson) Parker. 

33. John b. 6 Aug. 1749 ; m. Elizabeth Dunning. 
Lydia b. 9 Jan. 1752. Unm. Lame from birth. 

Lived at Rochester, N. H., with her niece, Mrs. 
Mary (Ricker) Hanson, till old age. 
34 Absalom b. 2 June 1754 ; m. Nancy Markham. 

35. Mary b. 11 June 1757 ; m. Henry Ricker. 

36. Stephen b. 18 Feb. 1760; m. Esther Warren, (2) 
Annie Joy. 


Sarah Stacpole (Philip-, James^ was born in 1718. 
She married, as his second wife, 17 Oct. 1743, Sergt. John 
Hall, born 1706, great-grandson of the original settler. Dea- 
con John Hall of Dover. She died Jan. 1804. They were 
buried in a small cemetery in Somersworth, and recently 
some memorial has been erected at their graves. Children 

William Hall b. 10 July 1745. 

Mary Hall b. 25 May 1748. 

Ruth Hall b. 1 March 1750 ; m. Bartholomew Wentworth. 
, ^ i Lucy Hall b. 26 Nov. 1751 ; m. Peter Ball of Portsmouth. 
^ -JS^ Silas Hall b. 9 May 1753. Soldier at Bunker Hill (?). 
V) ,_A Philip Hall b. 15 May 1755. Died at sea. 

Mercy Hall b. 9 Dec. 1758. 

John Hall b. 1 Nov. 1763 ; d. 19 Aug. 1786. Unm. 


Lydia Stacpole (Philip-, JamesO is named in the will of 
her father as Lydia Frost, in 1761. Perhaps her husband 
was William Frost of Dover, who, in his will, 1780, names 
wife Elizabeth and children, John, William, Samuel, Lydia 
and George. Capt. Samuel Frost was five times selectman 
in Somersworth between 1786 and 1794. He married, 13 
July 1772, Esther Warren. In 1795 administration of his 
estate was granted to his widow, Esther. See Old Kittery 
and Her Families, pp. 431-2. 




William Stacpole (Philip-, James^ married Anne Grey, 
who died 31 Oct. 1794, aged 77 years. She was probably 
daughter of Alexander and Elizabeth (Harlow) Grey of 
South Berwick, Me. He lived on the hill-top, on the south- 
ern part of the Stacpole farm, where traces of a house 
and well may be seen. He died of smallpox while on a sea 
voyage, about 1798. There is no record of any children. 
Anecdotes about "Will" and "Ann" have floated down. The 
following depositions reflect the customs of the neighbor- 

I William Stacpole of Somersworth — of lawful age Do testify & 
Declare that on the sixth day of June A. D. 1773 I went to see Mr. 
Mark Wallingford who made some Toddy & asked me to drink & per- 
ceiving I did not like it he told me he knew the reason; it was not 
strong enough. I said it was not. He answered I like it as it is. 
There is more rum, alter it as you please. He told me sundry times 
before he intended to make his will & wou'd not give that west-coun- 
try-man (meaning I suppose Capt. William Pearne) a farthing of 
his estate 

Somersworth April 16 1774 William Stacpole." 

"I Anne Stackpole of Somersworth in the county of Strafford & 
province of New Hampshire (the wife of William Stacpole) of law- 
ful age Do testify & declare that Mark Wallingford deceased some 
time before his death came to our house and among other conversa- 
tion told me (as he did sundry other times) that he never intended 
to give Captain Pearne a Copper of his estate, for he intended shortly 
to make his will, and during his last sickness as I was going to make 
the said Mark a visit I met Josiah Tibbetts, who told me Mr. Mark 
Wallingford had made his will and that he was a witness to it. I 
then went to see him & tarried some time when he told me Mr. Pike 
had been with him the day before & that Day to do business for him. 
I further declare the said Mark then appeared to be quite sensible & 
rational and as much so as I ever knew him. 


Somersworth Apri 16th 1774. Anne Stackpole 


Philip Stacpole (Philip^, JamesO inherited his father's 
house and adjacent lands. Tate says that he married Eliza- 


beth Tebbetts. He was corporal in Capt. John Wentworth's 
company in the expedition against Canada. He was sur- 
veyor of lumber in 1759, Juryman in 1767, Tythingman in 
1768 and the same year collector of taxes. In 1795 we find 
the following entries in the books of the Town Treasurer, 
"Paid Abigail Stacpole for boarding Philip Stacpole 6.67", 
"Paid Francis Roberts for coffin for Philip Stacpole $2". In 
1796 there appears to the credit of the town, "By the 
amount of inventory of estate of Philip Stacpole £4-15-3". 
In 1797 the town paid evidently arrears as follows: "Paid 
John Rollins for keeping Philip Stacpole, $6", "Paid Mau- 
rice Hobbs for keeping Philip Stacpole, $10", "Paid Mary 
Hall for keeping Philip Stacpole, $1.67". The following 
deposition may be of interest : 

"I Philip Stacpole of Somersworth husbandman, of lawful 

age do Testify & Declare that one morning while the people were to 
work on Somersworth Meeting house I took a walk there and met 
with Mr. Mark Wallingford deceased who asked me to go to his 
brother Thomas's & drink a Dram, that while we were walking there 
the said Mark told me he intended to make his will. I asked him why- 
he did not & told him that it would not shorten his days. He re- 
peated his intention to do it sundry times. I then asked him whom 
he intended to give his estate to. He answered, I intend to give it 
to our Thomas, Eben & Bett Wentworth and that a little time after 
Mr. Samuel Lord was drowned he told me he intended to give his 
widow something as she was left in such circumstances. 

Philip Stacpole. 

Somersworth, April 16, 1774. 



James Stackpole (John^ John-, JamesO was born in 
Biddeford, Me., 14 Nov. 1732. He married, 26 Dec. 1754, 
Abiel, daughter of Ebenezer Jr. and Joanna (Wingate) Hill, 
who was born 29 April 1737. They were married by Rev. 
Moses Morrill. He was tall and dignified in appearance. 
Both were members of the Congregational church in Bidde- 
ford. He moved to Gardiner, Me., in 1774 and kept the 
"Great House", an inn that was built in 1761. He moved 
to that part of Winslow which is now Waterville, Me., 9 
March 1784, as his diary shows. Here his business was 
that of a general trader. He kept a diary and was careful 
in his eighty-ninth year to write a genealogical record of 
his family. The births of all his children are registered in 
Biddeford and Winslow. He was commissioned Captain 
by Gov. John Hancock, 25 Oct. 1787, and his resignation 
was accepted 6 Feb. 1795. He died in Waterville, 8 Sept. 
1824, aged 92. His wife died 25 April 1808. Thirteen 

Hannah b. 19 Sept. 1755; m. Dec. 1776, Andrew 
Goodwin ; d. 7 Nov. 1791. For some account of 
her descendants see Hanson's History of 

Peter Hill sailed from Plymouth, Eng., in the ship Huntress with 
John Winter and landed in America 22 March 1632/3. He was a 
member of the Assembly of Lygonia in 1648 and died Aug, 1667. His 
only son, Roger Hill, m. Mary Cross of Wells, 1658. A son, Eben- 
ezer, settled in Biddeford and was long known as Deacon Hill. He 
m. 30 Mch. 1702/3, Abiel, dau. of Capt. George Snell of Portsmouth. 
He and his wife were captured by Indians and taken to Canada 
in 1705, where they remained three years. Their oldest son, Eben- 
ezer, was born in Canada and after their return was familiarly called 
the "Frenchman". Deacon Hill died in 1758, naming seven children 

in his will, Ebenezer Jr. ; Dorothy m. Jordan ; Susanna m. Thomas 

Emery; Benjamin; Lydia m. Deacon Simon Wingate; Joshua; and 


Gardiner, Me. She was the grandmother of the 
Rev. Melville B. Cox, first missionary of the 
Methodist Episcopal Church to Africa. 

Joseph b. 13 Feb. 1757 ; m. Hannah Town ; d. s. p. 
Nov. 1782. She prob. m. (2) Robert McCaus- 
land. Int. Rec. in Pittston, Me., 18 March 1784. 

Phoebe b. 20 March 1759; m. 4 March 1781, 
Eleazar, son of Joseph andMary (Belcher) Tar- 
box. She died 2 April 1851. See Hist, of Gar- 
diner and N. E. Register, XLH. 36. 
87. Samuel b. 1 May 1761 ; m. Mary G. Spencer. 

Eunice b. 7 May 1763 ; m. 3 Nov. 1799, Ephraim 
Towne, who was b. 23 Aug. 1754 and d. 20 May 
1837 in Winslow, Me. 

Abiel b. 4 May 1765 ; m. April 1783, Henry McCaus- 
land ; d. in 1843. See Hist, of Gardiner, pp. 69, 

Sarah b. 12 July 1767 ; m. 30 Sept. 1793, Timothy 
Wyman; d. 25 Dec. 1801. 

38. James b. 28 May 1769 ; m. Mary McKecknie. 
Mary Anne b. 10 Feb. 1772 ; m. 3 Oct. 1793, Charles 

Dingley. Ch., William, Nancy, Mary, Barker, 
James, Sally, Sophia and Alfred. 

Infant b. and d. 30 Jan. 1774. 

Elizabeth b. 13 July 1776 ; drowned 28 July 1787. 

39. John b. 11 Dec. 1779 ; m. 10 Oct. 1803, Patty Ellis. 

He d. 1 Aug. 1864. She d. 31 Dec. 1855. 

40. Jotham Hill b. 11 Oct. 1781; m. Susan Parsons 

Getchell, 24 Jan. 1819. He d. 13 Dec. 1836. 
She d. 1 May 1879. 

Phoebe Stackpole (John% John^, James^ born in Bid- 
deford, Me., 13 Dec. 1734, married, 15 April 1761, Samuel 
Banks of Biddeford. Their children were Lydia Banks b. 1 
Feb. 1764, Samuel Banks b. 9 June 1765, Bethiah Banks b. 
13 May 1767, Molly Banks b. 29 July 1768, Cummings Banks 
b. 10 Nov. 1770, Sally Banks b. 20 May 1772, James Banks 
b. 10 April 1774, Jane Banks b. 20 May 1777, and Sally 
Banks b. 19 Jan. 1782. 

Jeremiah, who m. Mary, dau. of Capt. Daniel Smith. See Folsom's 
Hist, of Biddeford, passim. 

Mrs. Joanna (Wingate) Hill was daughter of Capt. John and Ann 
Wingate of Dover Neck, N. H., born 6 Jan. 1711. See Wingate Gene- 


Of these Cummings Banks married Mary Foss and had 
a daughter, Phoebe Stackpole Banks b. 1798, who married 
Capt. David Patterson and had two children, Samuel Pat- 
terson (whose daughter, Delia Patterson, m. Col. Rush- 
worth Rich), and Julia A, Patterson, b. in Saco, Me., 20 
May 1828, who m. in Saco, 12 Dec. 1847 Jacob Gegenheimer, 
who was born in Ottenhausen, Wurtemburg, Germany, 11 
Oct. 1823. Their children were 

John Jacob Gegenheimer b. in Saco 2 Feb. 1849; m. in 
Worcester, Mass., 1 Jan. 1873 Lizzie Marsh of Ware, 
Mass., who d. in 1886. He m. (2) in 1889 Sarah E. Cut- 
ting, who d. in 1890. Children were Fred, Clara Louise 
b. 1879 d. 1886, Sadie b. 1880 d. 1887, J. Henry b. 1882 
d. 1883, Walter b. 1884 d. 1884, and Vida. 
Ella Regina Gegenheimer b. in Saco 25 Aug. 1851; m. 13 

Jan. 1883 George H. Burt of Taunton, Mass. 
Edwin David Gegenheimer b. in Lewiston, Me., 27 Aug. 
1853 ; m. in Taunton, Mass., 3 Jan. 1879 Maria A. Burt, 
sister of George H. Burt. Children, Alice, Helen and 
William Cummings Gegenheimer b. in Saco 2 June 1859 ; m. 
4 Dec. 1880 in Ludlow, Mass., Belle Harris, b. in Ludlow 
15 Sept. 1862. 8 ch. 
Harold Harris Gegenheimer b. 15 Sept. 1882 in Millbury, 

Mass.; d. 11 April 1885. 

George Burt Gegenheimer b. in Millbury 22 May 1886; 

m. 28 Nov. 1912, Mary Manion in Norton, Mass. and 

has ch., Ella May b. 6 March 1914 in Attleboro, 

Mass., and Edith Frances b. in Attleboro 7 Oct. 1916. 

Carl Edward Gegenheimer b. in Millbury 4 April 1888 ; 

m. 30 Oct. 1912, Harriet K. G. Williams in Norton, 

Mass. Children, Arthur Charles b. in Norton 24 

Nov. 1913, and Winthrop Thomas b. in Norton 18 

Nov. 1916. 

Juhan Gegenheimer b. in Taunton 14 Jan. 1890; d. 2 

Aug. 1893. 
Archie Leroy Gegenheimer b. in Taunton 8 Feb. 1891. 
Served in the Commissary Department, Submarine 
Base, New London, Conn., in the World War. 
Linda Harris Gegenheimer b. in Taunton 21 Feb. 1893; 
m. in Norton, 5 Oct. 1914 Howard Townsend Lincoln. 
Children, Bettina Harris Lincoln b. in Taunton 13 
May 1915, and Shirley Townsend Lincoln b. in Taun- 
ton, 3 March 1917. 


Wilfred Paul Gegenheimer b. in Taunton 2 Aug. 1895. 
Musician in the Naval Band. Later on Battleship 
Buffalo in the World War. 

Laura Belle Gegenheimer b. in Taunton 3 July 1896. 
Lyda Katherine Gegenheimer b. 18 June 1899 ; d. 29 

Oct. 1899. 
Robert Philo Gegenheimer b. in Taunton 23 Aug. 
Charles Fred Lowell Gegenheimer b. in Palmer, Mass., 2 
Oct. 1861; m. 3 Dec. 1883 Sarah E. Ryrcroft of Mill- 
bury, Mass. Children, Elsie Gegenheimer, who m. at 
Methuen, Mass., 21 June 1916, Dr. John N. Thomson, 
and Ralph Gegenheimer. 


John Stackpole (John^ John-, JamesO was born in Bid- 
deford. Me., 28 Sept. 1739. He married, 8 Dec. 1765, Re- 
becca Gilpatrick. He was a sea-captain. His brother, 
James Stackpole of Waterville, Me., recorded in his diary, 
11 Aug. 1796, "I heard of the death of my brother John and 
one of his sons". The baptisms of three children; are 
recorded in Biddeford. 

Martha bapt. 2 April 1769 ; m. 1790, Thomas Shep- 

Bethiah bapt. 24 June 1770 ; m. 1794, Wheelwright 
Stevens of Biddeford. 

Abner bapt. 26 Jan. 1772; probably drowned with 
his father, 1796. 

41. Jotham b. ; m. Phoebe Curtis. 

James ? The Boston Gazette, 9 Nov. 1807, said 
that James Stackpole died at Havana, of the 
brig Confidence of Biddeford, Me. 

Andrew Stackpole (John-'', John-, James^) was born in 
Biddeford, Me., 28 March 1745. He married, 29 April 1773, 
or 1779, in Kennebunk, Me., Sarah Fletcher, and died in 
Biddeford 4 May 1804. His wife died 8 March 1817. Chil- 
dren were 

Ezekiel, died about 1839, aged over 60. Unm. 
Elizabeth d. in 1856. Unm. 

42. Andrew b. 1782 ; m. Abigail Emmons. 

43. Joseph b. 28 April 1796 ; m. Betsey Ferrin. 
Huldah b. 6 Feb. 1799; m. 8 Nov. 1821, Richard 


Hewes of Saco ; d. 30 Dec. 1839. He was born 
9 Sept. 1799 and died 17 March 1838. Six ch. 
Bethiah b. 30 Aug. 1801; m. 26 Sept. 1821, Daniel 
Davis of Saco, who was born 8 April 1797. 
Four ch. 


Joseph Young Stackpole (John\ John^ JamesO was 
born in Biddeford, Me., 28 Aug. 1747. He married, 12 
May 1773, Anna, oldest daughter of Brian and Anna 
(Young) Fletcher. She was born 25 Jan. 1750, baptized 
in Biddeford 8 Aug. 1750 and died in Augusta, Me., 2 Jan. 
1836. He died in Augusta 26 Feb. 1823.* Eight children. 

Joseph Young Stackpole was in early life a sailor. He 
seems to have been with his brother James in Gardiner, 
Me., in 1775, for on the 25th of July of that year he enlisted 
as a private from "Gardner's Town" in Capt. Oliver Col- 
burn's Company, Col. Arnold's Regiment. He served 
twenty days, being discharged 14 Aug. 1775. Later in life 
he was offered a pension if he would take a poor man's oath, 
but this he could not do. He moved to Augusta, Me., about 
1784, since he was taxed that year for fifty acres of land, 
two oxen and a cow. He lived on the east side of the Ken- 

*His wife was small, of very light complexion, with blue eyes and 
black hair. She was descended from the Rev. Seth Fletcher, who was 
minister at Wells as early as 1655. He may have been son of William 
Fletcher, who was buried at Biddeford in 1668, or some think of Rob- 
ert Fletcher of Concord, Mass., who died 3 April 1677, aged 85. Rev. 
Seth Fletcher preached at old Saco about 1675, whence he went to 
Elizabethtown, New Jersey, and died there, August 1681. He mar- 
ried before 1655 Mary, daughter of Brian and Eleanor Pendleton. 
See Brian Pendleton and His Descendants, pp. 28-9. 

The only son of Rev. Seth and Mary (Pendleton) Fletcher was 
Pendleton Fletcher, who was adopted by his grandfather, Brian Pen- 
dleton. He lived on what was called Pendleton's Neck, afterward 
Fletcher's Neck. He married Sarah, daughter of Roger and Sarah 
(Cross) Hill. She married (2) William Priest, (3) Andrew Brown. 
Pendleton Fletcher had several children, one of whom was Pendleton, 
Jr., who is said to have been captured by Indians four times. His 
father had died in Canadian captivity in 1698. Pendleton Fletcher, 
Jr., was a prominent citizen of Biddeford, serving as selectman and 
deputy to the General Court. His wife's name was Hannah. In 
1746 he conveyed his property to sons, John, Joseph, Brian, Pendleton, 
Seth and Samuel. Brian Fletcher married, 4 April 1749, Anna Young 
of Biddeford and moved to Augusta, Me., in 1780. He had children, 
Brian, Robert, Anna, David, Mary and Eunice. 

. a 


nebec, about three miles from the Augusta bridge, on a 
farm owned recently by William Hunt. Although he was 
the shortest of four brothers, tradition says that he meas- 
ured six feet and four inches in height, the tallest, John, 
being six feet seven inches. He was very muscular and a 
story is told of his holding out a neighbor at arm's length 
clear of the floor and whipping him with an ox-goad for 
wife-beating. His neighbors used to call him "Mighty- 
pole". He was a polite man, strict in family government, 
and a constant attendant at church, whither he used to ride 
three miles on horseback with his wife on the pillion. Be- 
sides three who died in infancy they had eight children. 

44. Joseph b. 2 Sept. 1777 ; m. Vesta Pettengill. 

45. Nahum b. 30 Jan. 1780 ; m. Mary Babcock. 

46. Elias b. 2 Sept. 1782 ; m. Nancy Smith. 

47. Robert b. 6 April 1783 ; m. Tabitha Babcock. 
Brian b. 9 July 1785 ; pub. 27 June 1810, to Char- 
lotte Pilsbury of Vassalboro. Soldier in the War 
of 1812. Died at Sackett's Harbor, N. Y., 4 July 

Ann b. 2 Sept. 1788 ; m. 1815, Stephen Low of Vas- 
salboro, Me. He was b. in 1788 and d. in 1853. 
She d. 8 Jan. 1880. 4 ch. 
Greenleaf Low b. 1 Jan. 1817; m. 7 May 1844, 
Ann R. Smiley b. 10 April 1819. Farmer 

in Vassalboro. 2 ch. 
Asa S. Low b. 27 April 1848. 
George G. Low b. 26 Feb. 1853. 
Joseph B. Low b. 1820; m. (1) Susan Simpson, 

(2) Holt; d. s. p. 12 June 1897. Lived 

in Readfield, Me. 
George Stackpole Low b. 1831 ; d. 1908. Went 
to Owenton, Ky., in 1856 to practice law and 
m. 1858, Kate Rigg, who was b. 4 May 1838 
and d. 17 Sept. 1912. 3 ch. 
Kate Low b. 3 Nov. 1860 ; m. 16 Feb. 1881, 
H. M. Grover, farmer of Georgetown, 
Ky. 3 ch. 
Annie Low Grover b. 5 Dec. 1881 ; d. 18 

Aug. 1902. 
Asa Porter Grover b. 19 Feb. 1887 ; m. 4 
Nov. 1909, Eleanor Gaines. Dau. 
Susan Gaines Grover b. 14 Sept. 1910. 


Catherine Jefferson Grover b. 3 Oct. 
1896; m. 10 May 1919 Joseph Hall 
Alex Greenleaf Low b. 1863. Physician. 
Joseph Hooker Low b. 1866. Physician. 

Susan Low m. (1) Buck, (2) Hawes; 

d. Oct. 1888. 
Sarah b. 25 Nov. 1790; m. 3 Sept. 1818, James 
Bolton; d. 12 Oct. 1826. Ch., Philemon, Sarah 
Ann, Maria and Libens. 
Hannah b. 21 June 1798; m. 2 Nov. 1820, Libens 
Hayward; d. 4 Jan. 1872. He was b. 17 Aug. 
1795 and d. 13 July 1849. Dau., 
Sarah Frances Hayward b. 27 March 1833; m. 
31 July 1856, Calvin Taylor, b. 15 Jan. 
1835. Farmer in South Vassalboro, Me. 
She d. 1 June 1869, leaving one dau., 
Fannie Belle Taylor b. 2 Aug. 1859. Teacher. 


Lieut. Samuel Stacpole (Joshua% Philip-, James^) was 
born in what is now Rollinsford, N. H., Oct. 1740. He 
married Zerviah, daughter of Isaac and Joanna Watson. 
She was born in 1741, baptized 5 Oct. 1755 and died 12 Oct. 
1820. He was a lieutenant in the Revolutionary army. 
Pensioned 18 March 1818. He died at Rochester, N. H., 22 
July 1824. Both were buried in Dover, N. H. Eleven chil- 

48. Douglass b. 1764; m. Sarah Lord, (2) Mrs. Dolly 

Joanna m. David Kimball of Gilmanton, N. H., and 
had ten children. See Otis Genealogy in N. E. 
Register, Vol. V, pp. 200, 217. 

Joseph b. 1770 ; d. May 1798 in Baltimore, Md. In 
his will, 15 Aug. 1796, he gave all his estate to 
his ''Honored mother Viar Stackpole and Sam- 
uel Stackpole the younger my son", who was 
living in 1814 and then received inheritance 
from his guardian, Joseph Oilman. A Samuel 
Stackpole m. in Lynn, Mass., 26 Dec. 1811, Bet- 
sey Rhodes, who died 29 Nov. 1813, aged 19. 
They had a daughter, Betsey, b. at Lynn, 24 
Feb. 1812. 

Lydia d. unm. at Great Falls, N. H., in 1849. 


49. Thomas b. 14 May 1774; m. Sarah Morrell, 

50. Samuel b. 28 April 1776 ; m. Rosanna Nute. 
Otis, died at age of 15 in Lynn, Mass. 

Tamsen, twin to Otis ; m. Jonathan Morrell of Ber- 
wick and removed to western ,N. Y. Farmer. 
11 ch. 

John, went to Demarara, N. Y. Unm. 

Amos m. 5 Nov. 1806 Sarah Morrill of Barnstead 
and had a daughter, Julia, b. 17 June 1808, who 
m. 31 May 1831, Jacob H. Coffin. The inven- 
tory of Amos Stackpole's estate was made 14 
Aug. 1809, amounting to $807.63. His wife 
died in Alton, N. H., 3 March 1873, aged 89-7-4, 
dau. of Jeremiah and Jerusha Morrill of Gil- 
manton, N. H. Julia (Stackpole) Coffin died 24 
June 1897. She had children, Sarah Ann b. 24 
March 1836 and Charles Morrill b. 25 May 1841, 
who died 17 Jan. 1902. He m. Rebecca Abbie 
Hutchins, who d. June 1869, leaving one dau. 
Nellie E. Coffin, b. 19 March 1868, who m. 19 Oct. 
1898, Willis Henry Coffin of Haverhill, Mass., 
b. 8 Jan. 1870. Their dau., Louise K. b. 17 
Aug. 1901, d. 10 Jan. 1913. Residence, Brad- 
ford, Mass. 

Susan m. 2 June 1811 William Sargent of Great 
Falls, N. H. Ch., Mary Ann, Harriet, Emma, 
John 0. S., and Betsey. John 0. S. Sargent 
lived at Dorchester, Mass., and had a daughter, 
Mrs. Blanche 0. Reynolds. Betsey Sargent was 
born 11 Feb. 1823, m. 7 Oct. 1847 John Lord 
Rowell, born 20 April 1821. Lived in Man- 
chester, N. H. 


Joshua Stacpole (Joshua% Philip-, James^ was born in 
Somersworth, N. H., about the year 1743. He married 
Lydia Plummer, daughter of Deacon Daniel Plummer, who 
married, 28 Jan. 1720, Sarah Wentworth (Benjamin-, Elder 
W^illiamO- July 7, 1763, Joshua Stacpole Jr. and Lydia, 
his wife, sold land, "originally granted unto our Honored 
Grandfather Benjamin Wentworth of Dover, deceased & 
lying near ye great fort at Squammonagonnock, so called, 
& being part of that same twenty-two acres of Land in said 
second division which of right belonged to our honored 


mother, Sarah Plummer, Deed, one of ye Daughters of ye 
sd Benja Wentworth Deed".— N. H. Prov. Deeds, LXXXIX. 
135. See record of his services in the Revolution. He was 
collector of taxes in Somersworth in 1778 and is called 
"Captain" in the town records, meaning probably sea-cap- 
tain. The U. S. Census of 1790 shows Lydia Stacpole as 
head of a family in Somersworth and only one other female 
in the family and no males. Tate records the birth of sev- 
eral children. 

Elisha b. 5 Aug. 1762 ; d. 30 May 1769. 

51. Leonard b. 28 Feb. 1766; m. Mary Boyce, (2) 

Rachel Abbott. 

52. Aaron b. 25 Oct. 1768 ; m. Elizabeth Poak. 
Moses, died 20 Aug. 1775. 

Sarah b. 27 March 1771; m. Paul? 

Polly b. 13 April 1778. 

53. Joshua b. 1785; m. Eunice Spinney, (2) Mary 



Charles Stacpole (Joshua", Philip-, James^ was born in 
Dover, now Rollinsford, N. H., in 1745. He and five 
brothers were soldiers in the Revolution. See Military Rec- 
ord. He became a sea-captain and was lost at sea about 
1780. Their mother offered six children for baptism in the 
Blackberry Hill Congregational church at South Berwick, 
Me., 10 May and 18 July 1781. Charles Stacpole married 
Rachel, daughter of Samuel and Dorothy (Cromwell) Pray 
of South Berwick, Me., who was baptized 8 May 1748. See 
Old Kittery and Her Families, p. 671, and History of 
Durham, N. H., for her lineage in the Pray and Cromwell 
families. She was born in 1743 and died in Lebanon, Me., 
20 April 1822. 

54. Edmond b. 4 Sept. 1766; m. Lydia Hardison, (2) 

Sabra Abbott. 
Ruth b. 15 Feb. 1769 ; m. 5 Jan. 1789, Capt. Aaron 
Wingate and lived in Portsmouth, N. H. He 
was born 1 Aug. 1764 and was lost at sea Aug. 
1796. Three ch. See Wingate Genealogy. 

55. William bapt. 10 May 1781 ; m. Sally Hardison, (2) 

Sally Gerrish. 


Sarah bapt. 10 May 1781; m. 20 Sept. 1794, in 
Portsmouth, John Sawyer of Haverhill, Mass. 

Sobriety or Sophia b. 19 Aug. 1780; m. (1) 20 June 
1800 Henry Austin of Portsmouth and had one 
daughter, Eliza Austin, who m. a Mr. Anthony 
and lived in Dalton, Mass. Sobriety m. (2) 19 
Nov. 1805, (Portsmouth records say 16 May 
1806) William Jenks, a carpenter and con- 
tractor. They lived in Boston, Brookfield and 
Springfield, Mass. She died 24 June 1866. 
Eight children by second marriage, Mary Reed, 
Jonathan, Sophia Stackpole, Edmond Stackpole, 
Fanny Rice, Dexter Rice, Henry Austin, and 
Ruth M. Mary Jenks was a physician and for 
some years Demonstrator of Anatomy at the 
Boston Female College where she had graduated. 
Sophia S. Jenks married a Mr. Hayward. 
Fanny Rice Jenks married James Madison Bost- 
wick and had five children, one of whom, David 
S. Bostwick of Northbridge, Mass., contributed 
the above information. David Simons Bost- 
wick, b. 19 April 1841, in Providence, R. I., m. 
7 Sept. 1865 in Providence, Julia Anna Tripp. 
He died 18 Nov. 1916, leaving two children 

a. Lucius Allyn Bostwick, b. 21 Feb. 1869 in 

Providence, R. I., m. 27 Sept. 1897 Mary 
Sampson Wolfer at Kingston, ,N. Y. He 
graduated from U. S. Naval Academy, An- 
napohs, Md., in June 1890. Capt. of U. S. 
S. South Dakota in the World War. 

b. Anna Ethel Bostwick, b. 31 May 1871 in 

Providence, R. I., m. 14 June 1898 in North- 
bridge, Mass., Benjamin William Brown. 

56. Joshua bapt. 18 July 1781; m. Apphia Keay. 


Ebenezer Stacpole (Joshua^ Philip-, James^) was born 
on the old Stacpole farm at Rollinsford. See Military Rec- 
ord. He married, 30 July 1777, in Portsmouth, Mary Ham, 
and is said to have been lost at sea. His widow married 
(2) March 1796, Stanford Jackson. One son. 

57. Joshua bapt. 2 Aug. 1779 ; m. Sally Neal. 

Otis Stacpole (Joshua^ Philip-, James^ was born in 
Somersworth, now Rollinsford, in 1761. See Military 


Record. He was brought up by his brother-in-law, 
Abraham Barrons, of Cornish, Me. He became a sea-cap- 
tain. He married, 30 March 1781, Dorcas, daughter of 
Thomas and Mary (Wise) Lord of Berwick, Me. See Old 
Kittery and Her Families, p. 596 for Kneage. Administra- 
tion of his estate was granted to his widow, 20 June 1804. 
She married (2) 15 Nov. 1825, Capt. Vaughn Jones of 
Portsmouth, N. H. She died 29 Aug. 1836, aged 78, and 
was buried in Pine Hill cemetery, Dover, N. H., with her 
first husband. Nine children. 

Lucy b. 22 Dec. 1783 ; m. Jonathan Whitehouse. He 

d. 12 Sept. 1855, aged 80. She d. 13 May 1859, 

aged 76 yrs. 5 mos. Both were buried in Rol- 

linsford cemetery. Ch., Henry, Andrew, 

Charles, George, Mary J., Susan, and Elizabeth, 

who m. Stacey and d. 9 Jan. 1896 in Eliot, 

Me., aged 84-1-22. 

58. Henry b. 26 Feb. 1786 ; m. Betsey Paul. 

59. Charles b. 1790; m. Nancy Jenkins, (2) Mrs. Riz- 

pah Symmes. 
Mary m. Stephen M. Y. Meserve. A dau., Elmira, 
m. J. H. Blodgett. 

60. William Wise m. Judith Tuttle. 
Charlotte d. 19 May 1837, aged 40 years. 

61. Augustus b. 9 Oct. 1800 ; m. Joanna Roberts. 

62. John b. 3 May 1802 ; m. Rachel Leach. 


Andrew Stacpole (Joshua^ Philip-, JamesO was a mar- 
iner. He married, 18 May 1787, Betsey Abbott of Berwick, 
Me., and died intestate in the same year, lost at sea. The 
probate court granted administration to Thomas Abbot 3rd 
of Berwick. Baptized at South Berwick, 1 March 1803, 
"Betsey Stackpole, widow, on a sick bed." One child 

Molly b. 18 July 1787 ; m. Joseph Prime, Esq., and 
had daughter, Lydia, who d. unm. 


Tobias Stacpole (Joshua^ Philip-, James^ was born on 
the old Stacpole farm in what is now Rollinsford, N. H., Au- 


gust 1769. He married Eunice, daughter of Nathan and 
Olive (Mason) Roberts,* in 1788. She was born 17 Feb. 
1767 and died in Dover 2 Dec. 1849. He died in Somers- 
worth, 17 March 1821 and was buried in the Hobbs burying- 
ground in Rolhnsford. He spent most of his hfe as a mar- 
iner. He owned and was master of a vessel, carrying on 
coast-trade and making trips to the West Indies. He was 
once run down by an English bark. He narrowly escaped 
and was carried to Liverpool. His family supposed him 
dead, but he returned after several months, tired of a sea- 
faring hfe. He was noted for his kindness and generosity. 
Of his twelve children the following eight grew up. 

63. Ebenezer b. 26 Jan. 1793 ; m. Patience Stiles. 

64. Sabra b. 24 March 1796; m. Moses W. Straw, (2) 

Thomas Leigh. 

65. Martha b. 31 July 1797; m. Robert Varney, (2) 

Samuel F. Gage. 

66. Moses b. 21 Sept. 1799 ; m. Nancy Leighton. 
Olive b. 1804 ; m. 7 May 1835, Stolen Austin ; d. 1 

Dec. 1855. He died 30 Jan. 1873, aged 69 years. 

67. Tobias b. 1 May 1805 ; m. Ann Curry. 

68. Alexander b. 1810 ; m. Miranda Linscott. 
Eunice b. ; d. March 1842; m. (1) 3 Oct. 1830, 

Thomas Ricker Wentworth, (2) Jacob Sanborn. 
A son, William Wentworth, was b. Feb. 1831 
and d. 18 March 1853. 


Aaron Stacpole (James% Philip-, JamesO was born 17 
June 1741. He married (1) in 1763 Mrs. Deborah Roberts. 
She died 3 May 1773. He married (2) 16 May 1776 Olive, 
daughter of John and Mary (Grant) Hamilton of Berwick. 
He served in the Revolution and was commissioned as lieu- 
tenant. For many years he lived as a farmer in Lisbon, 
Me., where he died after the year 1830. By first marriage 
there was at least a son, 

Samuel, killed in the battle of Plattsburg, in War of 1812. 

*The line of descent is Thomas^ Roberts, John^ and Abigail (Nut- 
ter) HateviP and Lydia ( ), Samuel* and Sarah (Lord), Nathan^ 

and Olive (Mason). 



James Stacpole (James', Philip-, James') was born in 
what is now Rollinsford, N. H., 1 May 1744, 0. S. With his 
brother William he went to Harpswell, Me., and for several 
years they were residents of the island called Sebascodegan, 
now known as Great Island. A petition, dated 25 May 1768, 
was sent to the General Court of Massachusetts by inhabit- 
ants of an island called in the petition an "island alias Shap- 
leigh Island", asking "to be erected into a distinct separate 
precinct, that we may enjoy the privileges of the Gospel, in 
common with other Christians, in a more decent and con- 
venient manner".^ It is signed by James Stackpole and by 
William Stackpole. April 16, 1763, Joseph Thompson and 
Sarah his wife gave a deed of 18 acres, for twenty-six 
pounds fifteen shillings, to James Stacpole of Great Sebas- 
codegan Island, "said land being a moyety of lot No. 15 in 
the first division and being a part of the real estate of my 
late honored father and falling to my share as set off to me 
by men chosen by the Judge of Probate". The land bor- 
dered on New Meadows river, Brunswick, Me. April 16 
1773, James and Judith Stacpole sold thirty-seven acres, 
this and other lots, to Isaac Snow-. About this time James 
Stacpole removed to Thomaston, Me., where he purchased 
a farm of James Fales and "settled along the Bay of 
George's River towards Simonton Point".^ 

James Stacpole was a carpenter and mason as well as 
farmer. He married (1), 18 May 1767, Judith, daughter of 
Joseph and Mary (Hinckley) Thompson of Brunswick, Me., 
who was born 8 Feb. 1743 and died at Thomaston 13 April 

^Bangor Historical Magazine, II. 120. 

2Deeds registered in Cumberland County, Me. 

^William Thompson, Scotch prisoner fi-om the battle of Dunbar, 
received a grant of land in Dover, N. H., in 1656. He m. perhaps a 
daughter of John White of old Kittery, Me., and lived in what is now 
Eliot, dying in 1676, leaving six children. His son, James, married 
3 March 1700, Elizabeth, daughter of Adrian Frye. He was a resi- 
dent of York in 1709 and removed with most of his family to Bruns- 
wick, Me., in 1727. He was a tailor. 13 children, one of whom, Jo- 
seph, b. 23 March 1713/4 m. Mary, daughter of Deacon Samuel 
Hinckley of Brunswick. Their daughter, Judith, m. James Stackpole. 
See Old Kittery and Her Families, p. 768, and Thompson Genealogy, 
and Hist, of Brunswick, Me. 


1797. He married (2) 23 Nov. 1797, Mrs. Sarah (Fales) 
Partridge. He died at Thomaston 23 May 1814, respected 
and honored by his fellow-citizens. He was Town Clerk in 
1778 and Treasurer in 1784 and 1802. 11 ch. 

Ohve b. 27 April 1768; m. (1) Capt. William 
Lackey, (2) William Staples of Prospect, Me. 
(Pub. 2 Jan. 1799). She died at Prospect. At 
least there was one son, Simeon Lackey. 

Aaron b. 13 April 1770 ; d. 1 May 1770. 

69. Aaron b. 7 Aug. 1771 ; m. Hannah Young. 
Infant b. and d. 13 Nov. 1773. 

Joseph b. 26 Oct. 1774; d. 17 March 1836. Unm. 
Elizabeth b. 24 Jan. 1777 ; d. 24 Nov. 1778. 

70. James b. 9 May 1780 ; m. Mary Spear. 

71. Cornelius b. 7 June 1782 ; m. Mary Richardson-; — 
Betsey b. 4 June 1784; m. 5 March 1807, George 

Vose, lived in Castine, Me. He was born 4 May 
1785. She died 13 April 1841. 

72. William b. 20 Dec. 1787 ; m. Hannah Sidenburger, 

(2) Nancy Snow. 
Judith b. 8 April 1790 ; m. 30 July 1832, James D. 
Wheaton; d. 17 March 1858. He was b. Feb. 
1767 and d. 17 March 1847. One dau. d. unm. 


William Stacpole (James•^ Philip-, JamesO was born 19 
Oct. 1746 in what is now Rollinsford, N. H. He went with 
his brother James to Sebascodegan, or Great Island, Harps- 
well, Me., thence to Thomaston, Me., about 1773. May 23, 
1771, Ebenezer Toothaker of Harpswell sold to William 
Stackpole for eighty pounds land on Sebascodegan Island, 
lot number 2 in first division, on New Meadows river. Oct. 
2, 1780 he sold this land to Joshua Purington for one hun- 
dred and twenty pounds. The deed is dated at Boston, 
Mass., and is signed by William and Ann Stackpole, wit- 
nessed by Samuel Cooper and Samuel L. Parker, After 
going to Thomaston James and William being carpenters 
got out the frame of a house, and William went with it to 
Boston and remained there. He was a resident of ward 9, 
Boston, Dec. 19, 1776, for his name then appears in the 


public records among the men from whom a draft was made 
for reenforcement of the Continantal Army. The same rec- 
ords show that he was a retailer on King Street, now State 
Street, 28 Aug. 1781. He lived in what was long known as 
the "Stackpole House", and was a wealthy wholesale wine- 
merchant. This house was built in 1729 and was occupied 
many years before it took its name by the Waldos, Tyngs 
and Apthorps. It was midway between Milk and Water 
Streets, a large brick house with ample door-yard and gar- 
den in front. "For many years after the Stackpole House 
ceased to be a genteel private residence it was used as a 
fashionable restaurant, where the gay and lively Bostonians 
found good cooking, and where they used to assemble and 
unbend in festive cheer." After the death of Mr. Stackpole 
it was occupied by his son-in-law, Mr. Welch, whose son, 
Charles A. Welch, Esq., sold the property to the United 
States Government. The present Boston Post Office stands 
on the site of the Stackpole House. 

William Stackpole married Mrs. Ann (Jackson) Parker 
of Boston 3 Oct. 1776. Married by the Rev. Samuel Still- 
man. She was daughter of Thomas Jackson, born probably 
3 April 1744. He died 3 Dec. 1813 of "gout in stomach". 
His wife died 18 May 1807, aged 63. They were buried in 
the Jackson tomb, in the Granary, just at the north side of 
Park Street church, whence their remains were removed to 
Mount Auburn cemetery many years afterward. 

73. Nancy Davis b. May 1777; m. John M. Stillman, 

(2) John Holker. 

74. Sarah Crease b. 11 Sept. 1778; m. Edward St. Loe 


75. William b. 31 Dec. 1779; m. Nancy (Lewis) 


76. Grace Hanfield b. 1782 ; m. John Ward Gurley. 

77. Margaret Crease b. 1784 ; m. Francis Welch. 


John Stacpole (James^ Philip-, JamesO was born in 
Somersworth, now Rollinsford, N. H., 4 Aug. 1749. He 
went to Harpswell, Me., when a young man and worked at 


his trade as a tailor. He married, 4 July 1775, Elizabeth, 
daughter of Capt. David and Mary (Todd) Dunning* of 
Brunswick, Me. She was born 9 Sept. 1751. Her father 
was opposed to the marriage; so they mounted horses and 
rode to her cousin's, Dea. Andrew Dunning of Harpswell, 
and were married in his house, still standing, by the Rev. 
Samuel Eaton. John Stacpole built a house at High Head, 
in Harpswell, not far east of the old academy. The house 
was about twenty feet square. A staircase led to an unfin- 
ished attic. The house stood close to the water, a little 
south of a large oak tree. It was in a dilapidated condition 
about the year 1900 ; it disappeared before 1909. The well 
west of the house still may be seen. 

John Stacpole enlisted 23 Sept. 1779 in Capt. George 
Roger's Co., Col. Nathaniel Jordan's regiment and served 
at Falmouth, now Portland, Me. He was discharged 23 
Oct. 1779. 

May 6, 1783, David Dunning gave a deed of seventy-five 
acres of land to his daughter, Elizabeth Stacpole. The land 
was in the northern part of Durham, Me., then called Roy- 
alsborough, lot 91. Oct. 1, 1791, John and Elizabeth Stac- 
pole (sic) sold for fifteen pounds to Benjamin Dunning, 

^Andrew Dunning, who had married Susan Bond, came with the 
Scotch-Irish emigrants from North Ireland in 1718, bringing wife 
and five sons. He settled near "Maquoit" in Brunswick the same 
year. He was a farmer and blacksmith, dying 18 Jan. 1736. His 
gravestone is the oldest in Brunswick, showing that he was born in 
1664. The Dunning name stretches back for centuries earlier in 
Scotland. It is an old Anglo-Saxon clan name. He had no connec- 
tion with John Dunning, Lord Ashburton, as some have supposed. 
There is a town named Dunning in the northern part of Scotland. 
Andrerw Dunning's wife perished in the burning of her house, in 1737. 

Their son, David Dunning, born in 1706, owned a large part of 
the land where the village of Brunswick, Me., now is. He built a 
block-house for defence against the Indians, on the northwest corner 
of Main and Pleasant Streets. He was deacon in the Congregational 
church, Brunswick's first representative to the General Court of 
Mass., and on the first board of selectmen. He was captain in the 
militia and one of the six proprietors of Royalsborough, now Durham, 
Me. He died 16 Aug. 1793 and is buried, with his father, in the old 
cemetery a mile south of Bowdoin College. He married, in Boston, 3 
Dec. 1735, Mary Todd, probably daughter of John and Rachel (Nel- 
son) Todd. She died 16 Aug. 1784, aged 74 years. He married (2) 
Mrs. Mary (Lithgow) Hunter, when both were over eighty years of 
age. — Hist, of Durham, Me., pp. 11-13, and especially N. E. Hist. Gen. 
Register, April 1920. 


Jr., "land with a house thereon" in Harpswell, on Merri- 
coneag River, at northeast corner of land belonging to said 
Dunning, two and one quarter rods on the river front and 
sixty rods deep. At this time they moved to Durham. On 
a hilltop he built a framed house, facing the river Andro- 
scoggin, having four large square rooms below. This was 
burned in 1836. There was no road to his dwelling except a 
path from the river. In 1793 he and several others were 
warned out of town by the selectmen. He staid, however, 
and never was a burden to the town. In 1795 he was road 
surveyor and one of the school agents. He died 26 June 

Elizabeth (Dunning) Stacpole was a woman, as all ac- 
counts testify, of lovely Christian character, very gentle and 
ladylike in disposition and manners, frugal from necessity, 
hospitable from choice. She died 29 Feb. 1836. Nine chil- 

78. John Dunning b. 20 May 1776 ; m. Betty Weston. 

79. Hannah b. 27 Oct. 1778 ; m. William Webster. 

80. David Dunning b. 11 June 1781; m. Judith Hatch. 

81. Mary b. 7 June 1783; m. Joseph Webster. 

82. Lydia b. 30 June 1785; m. David Thompson. 
Jane Dunlap b. 27 Dec. 1788; d. 10 April 1851. 

James Dunning b. 15 March 1790 ; d. Aug. 1810 at 
Salem, Mass. Unm. 

83. Samuel Owen b. 19 Dec. 1794; m. Sarah Robinson, 

(2) Ehza S. Macomber. 
Henry Ricker b. 9 Feb. 1797; d. Oct. 1819 at City 
Point, Va. Unm. 


Absalom Stacpole (James% Philip-, JamesO was born in 
Somersworth, now Rollinsford, N. H., 2 June 1754. Three 
times he enlisted as a soldier in the American Revolution. 
He was a tailor and farmer. He married Nancy Markham, 
only child of Capt. P. and Elizabeth (Hodge) Markham of 
Portsmouth, N. H., intentions recorded 7 Nov. 1778. The 
intentions of marriage of Absalom Stackpole and Olive 
Goodwin were recorded in Berwick, Me., 9 Oct. 1776, but 
there is no record or tradition of their marriage. Captain 


Markham died at sea and his widow married a Mr. Wells 
and had two children. Absalom Stacpole and wife spent 
most of their long life on a farm in North Berwick, Me. He 
is described by one of his descendants as of a jovial spirit, 
and she as a woman of dark complexion, quite dignified and 
ambitious. It is related that she once killed a mad fox with 
a stake. In the War of 1812 he served as a substitute for 
his son. He died 30 June 1849. She died 28 Feb. 1848, 
aged 88 years. Eleven children. 

84. Samuel b. 14 Jan. 1780 ; m. Sally Brock. 

85. John b. 2 April 1782 ; m. Ruth Brown. 

Aaron. Went west when a young man, some say, 
to Michigan. Others say he was lost at sea. 
An Aaron Stackpole m. Margery Noyes, dau. of 
Jonathan and Mary (Currier) Noyes who was 
born in Jefferson, Me., 2 July 1809. See Noyes 

Nancy m. David Nelson. Two children died in in- 
fancy. She returned to the old home in North 
Berwick and died there 19 April 1849, aged 60 

Mary died 22 Nov. 1830, aged 15 years. 

86. Reuben b. 8 April 1792 ; m. Rebecca W. Childs. 
Roxana m. 11 Nov. 1821, George Bates of Cam- 
bridge, Mass. d. s. p. 

87. Hiram Henry m. Elizabeth E. Jenney. 

Ivory. It is said that he went to Savannah, Ga., 

and was never heard from. 
Abigail b. 11 May 1801 ; m. 26 Oct. 1845 in Boston, 

Augustus Luther Richardson, merchant and 

consul in Cuba. d. s. p. He was born 14 July 

1805 and died 26 Oct. 1845. 
Sarah b. 11 June 1804; d. at N. Berwick 30 July 

1899. Unm. Her memory preserved events not 

otherwise recorded. 


Mary Stacpole (James•^ Philip-, JamesO born in Rollins- 
ford, 11 July 1757, married, 6 May 1778, Henry, son of 
Reuben and Elizabeth (Randall) Ricker, great-grandson of 
the emigrant, George Ricker, who was killed by Indians at 
Dover, N. H., 4 June 1706. They lived at South Berwick, 


Me., about three miles out on the road to Wells, called the 
"Witchtrot Road", and were buried in a small cemetery near 
where they lived, as a great granddaughter informed me. 
Their children were 

Stephen Ricker m. 7 March 1808, Joanna, dau. of 
Timothy and Amy (Hodsdon) Wentworth. 
Lived at S. Berwick. 12 ch. 

Betsey Ricker b. 19 April 1788 ; m. 3 Nov. 1809, 
Timothy Wentworth. Five ch. 

Lydia Ricker m. 17 Feb. 1818, Moses Wentworth. 
Lived at Great Falls. Nine children. See 
Wentworth Genealogy for descendants of Ste- 
phen, Betsey and Lydia Ricker. 

Mary Ricker m. James Hanson. 

Annie Ricker m. John Gowell of Sanford, Me. 

Elizabeth Ricker m. Meserve. 


Stephen Stacpole (James% Philip^, JamesO was born 
in what is now Rollinsford, N. H., on the spot where he lived 
many years, 18 Feb. 1760. He served in the War of 1812 
as a substitute for his son-in-law, Jacob Perkins. Tailor 
by trade. For several years before his death he was a par- 
alytic and died in the fourth shock, June 1843. He was 
buried in the cemetery on the old Stacpole farm. He mar- 
ried (1) 5 Jan. 1784, Esther, daughter of William* and 
Esther (Weymouth) Warren, (James^* and Mary (Good- 
win) Warren, James- and Mary (Fost) Warren, James^ 

and Margaret ( ) Warren. See p. 61 and Old Kittery 

and Her Families pp. 785-790, 455, 794. She was baptized 
in South Berwick, 18 Sept. 1768 and died about 1810. They 
were married by the Rev. John Thompson. He married (2) 
Annie Joy of Acton, Me. She was born 19 May 1790 and 
died at Kennebunk, 6 Oct. 1865 and was buried there. Chil- 
dren by first marriage were 

88. James b. about 1785 ; m. Abigail Brock, (2) Mary 


89. William b. 1788 ; ni. Alice Guptill. 

90. John b. about 1790 ; m. Philomela Grant. 


91. Benjamin b. 13 Oct. 1791; m. Phoebe Norcross, (2) 

Candace Norcross. 
Timothy, died in infancy. 

92. Ann b. 11 April 1794; m. Jacob Perkins. 

93. Nathan b. 7 May 1796 ; m. Eliza Perkins. 

94. Reuben m. Eliza Hayward. 

95. Paul b. 27 Oct. 1800 ; m. Susan Chick. 

96. Eliza b. 7 Feb. 1808 ; m. Samuel Dorr. 
Children by second marriage were 

97. Esther b. 22 Oct. 1815 ; m. Michael Murphy. 

98. Ichabod b. 29 March 1820 ; m. Maria Jenks. 

99. Dominicus, twin to Ichabod; m. Sarah C. Wood, 

(2) Sarah R. Thompson. 
Isaac m. 26 May 1844, Sarah Ham of Kittery. He 
was a soldier in the Mexican War and died at 
Pensacola, Florida. She d. in Berwick, 5 Oct. 
1910, aged 85, dau. of Samuel and Grace Ham. 
No ch. 

100. Mary Elizabeth b. 18 Jan. 1828; m. John Furber, 

(2) Nathaniel Robinson. 

101. Edwin Lord b. 8 July 1830; m. Mary Jane Welch. 

102. Maria Lord, twin to Edwin Lord ; m. George Chris- 

Four other children died in infancy. 



Samuel Stackpole (James*, John% John^, JamesO was 
born in Biddeford, Me., 1 May 1761. He lived as a farmer 
in Fairfax (now Albion), on the stage road from Augusta 
to Bangor, twenty-five miles from Augusta, Me. He was 
a deacon in the Congregational church and used to line off 
the hymns when the Rev. Jotham Sewall held a service in 
the kitchen of Dea. Chalmers, brother of the famous Dr. 
Chalmers of Scotland. The town then had no church nor 
school-house. Samuel Stackpole married Mary G. Spencer 
"of Sebasticook without the bounds of any town but in the 
county of Lincoln", as the town records of Winslow say. 
She was born 26 Dec. 1762 and died 20 Sept. 1859. He died 
in Albion, 30 Oct. 1846. Twelve children. 

Joseph b. 10 Jan. 1784 ; d. 17 March 1786. 

103. Samuel b. 11 Sept. 1785; m. Huldah Phillips. 
Betsey b. 12 Jan. 1787 ; d. 27 Feb. 1815. Unm. 

104. Joseph b. 17 Feb. 1789; m. Betsey E. Wiggin. 

105. James b. 15 April 1791 ; m. Sophia Shedd. 

106. William b. 14 June 1794 ; m. Abigail Follansbee. 
Sophia b. 22 Sept. 1796; d. in Houlton, Me., 22 

Feb. 1882. Buried at Bangor. Unm. 
Hiram b. 21 Jan. 1799 ; d. 18 Dec. 1821. Unm. 

107. Jotham b. 30 July 1802 ; m. Naomi S. Harding. 
Mary Goodwin b. 22 July 1804 ; d. in Houlton, Me., 

1 June 1897. Unm. 

108. Isaac Spencer b. 8 Jan. 1805; m. Judith Anne 

109. Jonah Crosby b. 27 Nov. 1808; m. Hepsibah B. 



James Stackpole (James*, John^ John^, JamesO, born 
28 May 1769, married Mary, daughter of Dr. John and Mary 
(North) McKecknie. See North's History of Augusta, Me., 
pp. 913-4. She was born 3 Nov. 1771 and died 2 Sept. 1814. 
He died in Waterville, Me., 18 Sept. 1852. Four ch. 
JuHa b. 1 Oct. 1791; d. 2 Sept. 1823. Unm. 
Harriet b. 6 June 1796; m. 22 Oct. 1820, Capt. 
Arthur Berry of Gardiner, Me. She d. Sept. 
1826. Ch., Julia S. Berry b. 18 June 1824, m. 
John G. Macy of New York ; Arthur C. Berry 
b. 4 March 1826, m. Charlotte Lambert. He 
was a sea-captain and died 10 Oct. 1897 in 
Gardiner, Me. See Hanson's Hist, of Gardiner, 
p. 79, for some account of his ancestry. 
James b. 19 Nov. 1798. Bowdoin College, 1819. 
Lawyer in Waterville, Me. Five years treas- 
urer of Waterville and seventeen years treas- 
urer of Waterville (now Colby) College. State 
representative in 1858. He m. 31 Oct. 1825 
Hannah Chase of Fryeburg, Me., and d. s. p. 
18 July 1880. Wife died 11 Oct. 1880. See 
Hist, of Bowdoin College. 
Mary North b. 13 March 1802; m. Jan. 1825, 
George Stickney, who was born 26 March 1799 
and died at Castine, Me., 2 Oct. 1830. She 
died in Waterville 23 March 1829. Two ch., 
George Woodbridge Stickney b. 20 March 1826, 
Waterville College, 1844. Ordained minister 
at Camden, Me. m. Harriet Marston. Died at 
Waterville 15 Oct. 1850. The other child was 
Harriet S. Stickney b. 4 Aug. 1828, who m. 4 
May 1852, Edward A. Jenks and had six chil- 
dren. See the Stckney Family, p. 508. 


John Stackpole (James*, John^ John-, James^ was born 
11 Dec. 1779 and married Patty EUis 10 Oct. 1803. She 
was born in 1774 and died 31 Dec. 1855. He died 1 Aug. 
1864. Four ch. 

110. Charles H. b. 16 Aug. 1804; m. Hannah 
Mary b. 6 Oct. 1806 ; d. 3 April 1807. 
George W. b. 25 Nov. 1807 ; d. 1 Nov. 1833. 
Caroline b. 16 May 1813 ; d. 2 Feb. 1892. 



Jotham Hill Stackpole (James\ John', John-, James^ 
was born in Winslow, now Waterville, Me., 11 Oct. 1781. 
He married, 24 Jan. 1819, Susan Parsons Getchell, born 15 
March 1796. He died 13 Dec. 1836. She died 1 May 1879. 
Seven children. 

111. William Henry b. 5 Nov. 1819; m. Mary R. 

Harriet Berry b. 20 Aug. 1821 ; m. 14 Feb. 1844, 

Alfred W. Williams ; d. s. p. 15 March 1852. 
Sarah Hill b. 14 Dec. 1822 ; d. 11 Sept. 1824. 

112. Elizabeth b. 14 Oct. 1825; m. 22 Feb. 1854, 

Marshall N. Soule. 
Julianna b. 26 March 1829 ; d. 23 Aug. 1918. For 
many years she was a teacher in Waterville, 
Me. She had many valuable records and docu- 
ments of the Stackpole family and contributed 
much to this genealogy. 

113. Mary Fairfield b. 3 Jan. 1833 ; m. Joseph M. Nudd. 

114. Charles Carroll b. 7 Sept. 1836; m. Eliza A. 



Jotham Stackpole (John*, John% Johii% JamesO was born 
in Biddeford, Me. Tradition says that he was rescued from 
shipwreck, perhaps at the time his father and brother Abner 
were drowned, in 1796. His intention of marriage with 
Phoebe Curtis was recorded in Biddeford, 24 June 1804, and 
he was lost at sea shortly after his marriage. The intention 
of marriage of his widow with Samuel H. Smith was 
recorded 7 Jan. 1809. One son, 

115. Jotham b. 6 March 1805; m. Elizabeth Emmons. 


Andrew Stackpole (Andrew*, John^ John^, JamesO was 
born in Biddeford, Me., about 1782. He married, 20 July 
1809, Abigail Emmons, sister to the wife of Jotham Stack- 
pole. She was born in 1791 and died 8 Dec. 1847. He was 
a sea-captain. Was taken prisoner in the War of 1812 and 


confined for some time in Dartmouth prison. He died 10 
Nov. 1855. Eleven children. 

Mary b. 22 March 1810; m. James Ricker of 
Biddeford, Me. Ch., Mary, Martha, James, 
Arthur, John, Charles and Joseph. 

Lydia b. 25 Feb. 1812 ; d. in infancy. 

Sally b. 16 March 1814; d. in infancy. 

116. Sally b. 17 May 1816 ; m. 10 Nov. 1836, Samuel 


117. Huldah b. 15 April 1819 ; m. 1843, Stephen Seavey. 
Eliza b. 14 April 1821 ; d. in infancy. 

Jane b. 1 June 1822 ; d. 17 March 1879. Unm. 
George b. 23 March 1824; d. 12 March 1888. 

118. Jacob Emmons b. 13 Aug. 1826; m. Harriet A. 

(Sylvester) Daniels. 

Lydia A. b. 6 June 1832; m. 20 July 1853, Rev. 
Kinsman Atkinson, who was b. in Eaton, N. H., 
26 Oct. 1829 and d. in Glenwood, Iowa, 15 Feb. 
1894. She d. in Glenwood 11 May 1895. He 
was for many years a member of the Maine 
Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church. 
See Minutes of the Conference for the years 
1894 and 1896. They had one daughter, Helen 
F. Atkinson, who m. Rev. Frank Hayward, 
who was pastor of the M. E. Church at Auburn, 
Me., at one time and later went West. 

Joseph M. b. 27 April 1833; d. 16 Nov. 1847. 


Joseph Stackpole (Andrew*, John^, John-, JamesO was 
born in Biddeford, Me., 28 April 1796. He married, 12 Aug. 
1822, Betsey Ferrin of Kennebunkport. She was born 1 
Jan. 1798 and died 19 Jan. 1890. He died at sea 11 Feb. 
1830. Four children. 

James b. 17 Oct. 1823 ; d. 30 Aug. 1840. 

119. Charles P. b. 26 Jan. 1825; m. Olive Holman, (2) 

Olive J. Smith. 
Caroline D. b. 14 Oct. 1826 ; m. Thaddeus Perkins. 

d. s. p. 7 Oct. 1894. 
Elizabeth F. b. 3 Feb. 1829 ; m. Charles Blaisdell. 

Deceased. Several ch. 



Joseph Stackpole (Joseph Young% John\ John- James^ 
was born in Biddeford, Me., 2 Sept. 1777, and spent his life 
as a farmer in Augusta, Me., where he died 15 Nov. 1815. 
He married, 20 March 1803, Vesta Pettengill, who died 2 
Feb. 1855. Six ch. 

Caroline m. 27 June 1828, Major Higgins and 

lived in Pittsfield, Me. Ch., Frank, Helen and 


Benjamin, d. at age of 21. Unm. 
Joseph, a sailor, d. at sea when a young man. 
Albert b. 1808 ; m, Almira Hardy of Bangor ; d. in 

Boston 23 Jan. 1876, aged 68. Ch., Winfield, 

lost at sea at age of 17 ; Almira Elizabeth, d. 

at age of 4 mos. ; Josephine b. April 1844, m. 

31 March 1875, Nathan Elmore, who d. in 

Nahum; d. 28 Sept. 1865. Soldier in the Civil 

120. Catherine b. 18 Aug. 1813 ; m. Amos Church. 


Nahum Stackpole (Joseph Young*, John% John-, James^) 
was born in Biddeford, Me., 30 Jan. 1780. He married, 
1805, Mercy, daughter of Samuel and Tabitha (Savage) 
Babcock, and died in April 1834, in Augusta, Me. Besides 
three children who died young they had a daughter, 

Joan b. 1806 ; m. Anson C. Church of Augusta and 
d. 19 Feb. 1887. He d. Sept. 1873, agd 73 
years. Three ch., Mary Church b. 1848, d. 
1868; Frances D. Church b. 17 Dec. 1832, d. 
March 1865 ; and Franklin Church b. 1826, d. 
1862. Unm. 


Elias Stackpole (Joseph Young*, John^ John^, JamesO 

was born 2 Sept. 1782 and married, 1807, Nancy, daughter 

of Dea. John and Abigail Smith of Monmouth, Me. She 

was born in 1783 and died 10 May 1863. He died 17 Oct. 


1832. He was six feet three inches in height and possessed 
great physical strength. One son, 

Brian b. 1816; m. 2 April 1845, Pamelia L. 
Stevens. He d. in Boston 11 Feb. 1877, aged 
60. She d. 20 March 1892. No ch. 

Robert Stackpole (Joseph Young% John^ John-, James^ 
was born 6 April 1783. He married in 1823 in Biddeford, 
Me., Tabitha Babcock, sister to his brother Nahum's wife, 
and died 7 May 1861. Farmer and lumberman in Augusta, 
Me. His wife was born at Augusta 10 March 1794 and died 
10 Oct. 1875. Six ch. 

Almeda Ellen b. 26 Oct. 1828 ; m. 28 Aug. 1856, 
David McKinley Cowan, son of Alexander 
Cowan, who was b. 1 Jan. 1825 and d. 7 April 
1887. He was born in Nancy, France, of 
Scotch parents. Was twice mayor of Lew- 
iston, Me., and owner in mills there. Two 
daughters, Martha Ella Cowan b. 13 June 
1857 m. Sept. 1877, Jacob Roak, Jr. of Auburn, 
Me., and d. 16 Nov. 1878; and Almeda Anna 
Cowan b. and d. 1863. 

Ann Maria b. Oct. 1823; m. 23 Jan. 1862, at 
Portsmouth, N. H., David Newell Pierce of 
Augusta, who was b. Feb. 1826 and d. 23 July 
1900. She d. 21 Feb. 1899. One son, Andrew 
Newell Pierce, was born 19 Sept. 1865 in 
Augusta, Me., went West in 1906 and now 
lives in Santa Cruz, Calif. 

Samuel Babcock b. 26 Nov. 1831. Farmer, 
Augusta. Unm. Died 15 May 1911. 

Andrew Jackson b. 1837 ; m. 27 Jan. 1876, Isabelle 
Donnelly of Lewiston, Me. Was an overseer 
in Westbrook, Me. He d. 18 April 1904. She 
was b. in Cooper, Me., 20 Dec. 1843 and d. in 
Westbrook 13 May 1898. No ch. 

Joseph Bolivar b. 22 Oct. 1827 ; m. 10 Oct. 1868, 
Oriannah Nancy Blair, dau. of Benjamin P. 
and Elizabeth (Savage) Blair, born 1 June 
1840. He d. s. p. in Augusta 8 Sept. 1895. 
She d. 1 Jan. 1914 in Augusta. 
121. George Washington b. 22 Feb. 1833 ; m. Mary Jane 


Douglass Stackpole (Samuel', Joshua', Philip-, JamesO 
was born in 1764 and served in the Revolutionary army. 
He married (1) Sarah Lord of S. Berwick, Me., (2) about 
1810, Mrs. Dolly Eastman of Boscawen, N. H., who had pre- 
viously been married to Eliphalet Little and Timothy East- 
man. Her maiden name was Dolly Hunt, born 25 May 1770. 
She died 2 Jan. 1852 at Webster, N. H. Douglass Stackpole 
went to Dover on business and was found dead in a stream, 
in 1811. Whether he died by violence or by accident is un- 
known. Five children by the first marriage and one by the 

Pamelia d. in childhood, 11 Nov. 1798. 

122. Alexander b. 12 May 1797; m. Abigail Dix. 
Sharrington d. s. p. about 1850. 

123. Joseph b. 14 May 1802 ; m. Lydia Wentworth. 

124. Greenleaf b. 6 Feb. 1806 ; m. Olive Meader. 

125. John Douglass b. 18 Feb. 1811; m. Mary Jane 


Thomas Stackpole (SamueP, Joshua^ Philip-, JamesO 
was born in Dover, N. H., 14 May 1774. He married, in 
Dover, 4 April 1799, Sarah, daughter of Peter and Hannah 
(Winslow) Morrell of North Berwick, Me. Peter Morrell 
was son of Peter and Sarah (Peaslee) Morrell, grandson of 
John and Hannah (Dixon) Morrell, and great-grandson of 
John and Sarah (Hodsdon) Morrell. John Morrell, born 
1640, had a grant of land in what is now Eliot, Me., in 1668. 
He was licensed to keep a ferry and house of entertainment 
at "Cold Harbor" in 1686 and was living in 1720. See Old 
Kittery and Her Families, p. 649. Sarah, wife of Thomas 
Stackpole, was born in Berwick, Me., 4 April 1781 and died 
17 July 1866, in Vassalboro, Me. He was a cloth-dresser 
and manufacturer at North Berwick. He died in Berwick 
28 May 1816, leaving ten children. 

126. Ann Elmira b. 19 Jan. 1800 ; m. John Damon Lang. 

127. John b. 27 Sept. 1801 ; m. Henrietta Chase. 

128. Peter Morrell b. 5 May 1803 ; m. Mary Dow. 

129. Theodate b. 14 March 1805 ; m. Alton Pope. 


Charles b. 1 Feb. 1807; m. Mary Ann Ruggles. 
Lived in Philadelphia, Pa. Died 13 April 1854. 
Had son, Charles Augustus, who was a soldier 
in the Civil War, in a Penn. Regt. Unknown. 

Thomas Winslow b. 27 Dec. 1808; m. in 1829, 
Sarah Smith; d. 9 April 1852. Ch., Frank d. 
young ; Theodate m. Dr. Hall of Bridgton, Me., 
and moved to Wisconsin; and Daniel W. b. 
1838, who m. (1) 1 Oct. 1858, Linnie Leathe 
of Portland, Me., (2) at Portsmouth, N. H., 16 
May 1867, Mrs. Huldah M. Matthews of Port- 
land. He died at Portland in 1882. His 
widow died 5 May 1885. No ch. 

130. Miriam b. 24 Nov. 1810 ; m. Samuel Taggard. 

131. Lavina b. 8 Jan. 1813; m. Jacob Pope. 

132. Maria b. 11 Dec. 1814; m. Henry Weeks. 

133. Sarah E. b. 25 Jan. 1817; m. John B. Bartlett. 


Samuel Stackpole (Samuel*, Joshua^ Philip", JamesO 
was born in Dover, N. H., 28 April 1776. He married, 21 
Dec. 1796, Rosanna, daughter of Paul and Mehitable NuteS 
who was born 4 Feb. 1777 and died 22 May 1863 in 
Rochester, N. H. He was drafted in the War of 1812 and 
served at Fort Constitution, Portsmouth. He died 10 Feb. 
1854. Children were 

134. Otis b. 21 Dec. 1797; m. Lucy Hurd, (2) Mary B. 


Joseph b. 21 Nov. 1799; d. 4 Nov. 1880; m. 
(1) King, (2) Mrs. Fellows. Two chil- 
dren by first marriage, Charles and George, 
d. young. A daughter by second marriage, 
Adelaide b. Nov. 1853, m. Dr. King of 
Brooklyn, N. Y., and d. about 1892, leaving a 

Charles b. 28 Nov. 1801 ; d. 31 Dec. 1818. 

135. Eliza b. 4 Feb. 1804; m. Samuel Tebbetts. 

136. Thomas b. 4 June 1806 ; m. Frances Ellen Currier. 
Sophia b. 4 Oct. 1808 ; d. 25 Sept. 1864. Unm. 

iJames Nute, the emigrant, was one of Capt. John Mason's com- 
pany, sent over about 1631. He lived on Back River, in Dover, and 
was made freeman in 1653. His son, James^, was born in 1643 and 
died in 1691. James^ Nute was born 27 July 1687 and was father 
of Paul Nute, born in Dover 19 Aug. 1714 and died 7 Feb. 1796. 


Seth b. 19 March 1810 ; d. 9 Sept. 1839. Unm. 

137. Paul Augustine b. 12 Feb. 1817 ; m. Elizabeth G. 

Noah T. b. 27 June 1820 ; went to Troy, N. Y., in 
1851 and was never heard from. 


Leonard Stackpole (Joshua*, Joshua\ Philip-, James^ 
was born in what is now Rollinsford, N. H., 28 Feb. 1766. 
He married (1) Mary Boyce, (2) 17 Oct. 1819, Rachel 
Abbott in South Berwick, Me. Dec. 9, 1818 Leonard 
Stacpole and Sally Paul, widow, of Merrimack, for $10, sold 
to Joseph Doe a lot near Quamphegan Bridge, adjoining to 
land of Capt. Tobias Stacpole, "lately occupied by the said 
Leonard as a house lot". — Deed at Dover, N. H. He died in 
South Berwick of "cancer in the under lip", 2 April 1841. 
His widow was living in 1850 in South Berwick, aged 70. 

Daniel b. Nov. 1808; m. (1) in Haverhill, Mass., 
8 Oct. 1839, Eliza Chase, and was a soldier 
from Haverhill in the Civil War. He m. (2) 
28 Nov. 1850, in Chelsea, Mass., Mrs. Mary S. 
Barnes, daughter of James and Abigail 
(Perkins) Fowler, who d. in Amesbury, Mass., 
11 Feb. 1892, aged 81-3-23. He was then a 
shoemaker of Seabrook. He d. in Salisbury, 
Mass., 10 Aug. 1885, aged 76 yrs. 9 mos. He 
may have had a son in Boston. 

Rebecca. Unknown. 

Eunice b. 1805; d. 1878; m. Mr. Palmer. Their 
son, Charles W. Palmer, lived at Newfields, 
N. H. His wife d. 8 March 1915. Charles W. 
Palmer d. 19 April 1917. 

138. Augustus b. 3 Oct. 1802 ; m. Mary C. Corson. 
Polly, died 9 March 1823, aged 13 years. 


Aaron Stackpole (Joshua*, Joshua^ Philip^, JamesO 
was born 25 Oct. 1768. He married, 14 Aug. 1791, according 
to the record of the officiating clergyman. Rev. Simon Locke 
of Lyman, Maine, "Betty Poke". Both were then of Little 
Falls, Hollis (now Dayton), Me. Her name was Elizabeth 


Poak.i He died in Wells, Me., in 1806. Tradition says that 
he was killed by the falling of a tree. His widow married, 
9 Aug. 1807, Nahum Haley of Kennebunk, Me. Her grave- 
stone in the cemetery near the Unitarian church in 
Kennebunk shows that she died in 1867, aged 94. She had 
six children by each marriage. Those by the first marriage 

Lydia Plummer b. 9 Aug. 1794 ; m. 21 March 1812, 
Samuel Brackett Low of Wells, Me. She d. 24 
Oct. 1874. Lived in Kennebunk and Spring- 
vale. 16 children. 
Polly, m. in Wells, 31 Aug. 1809, Jotham Perkins. 
Eliza, m. William Murch Emery. Pub. in 
Kennebunkport, 8 Feb. 1823. He d. 31 Oct. 
Sally m. 8 Aug. 1816 in Kennebunk, Ebenezer 
Frost Dennett, who was killed by pirates, (2) 
Hiram Murch. Her daughter, Adeline, m. 
Christopher Gilpatrick and 1. in Biddeford, 
Ivory m. 10 May 1827, Elizabeth M. Wyllie; d. at 
sea. His widow m. 1833, David Boyd of Port- 
land, Me. A son by first marriage, named 
Ivory, was drowned in Kennebunk river. 
139. John b. 16 July 1796; m. Hannah Hutchings, (2) 
Mary D. Deshon. 


Joshua Stackpole (Joshua*, Joshua% Philip-, James^ 
was born about 1785. He married (1) 30 April 1806, 
Eunice Spinney of Kittery, who died in 1835, (2) 22 May 
1836, her sister, Mary Spinney, who died in 1874. He died 
in Kittery, Me., in 1854. For her lineage see Old Kittery 
and Her Famihes, p. 743. Children by first marriage 

Lydia b. about 1808 ; m. Charles Bacon of Boston ; 
d. 2 May 1893 in Swampscot, Mass. Several 

iShe was daughter of Capt. John and Mary (Smith) Poak, grand- 
daughter of Col. Joseph and Jean (Thompson) Poak, great-grand- 
daughter of Robert and Miriam ( ) Poak. Mary Smith was dau. 

of Edward* and Elizabeth (Stackpole?) Smith (Nicholas^ Nicholas^ 
of Exeter, Richard^ of Ipswich) Jean Thompson was dau. of Paul 
Thompson of Scarborough. See Old Kittery and Her Families, p. 770. 


Hannah b. about 1811; m. 6 Aug. 1826, John 
Harmon of York, Me., (2) John Devine. She 
d. 22 Feb. 1896. Ten ch. by first marriage. 

140. Joshua b. 5 Nov. 1813; m. Annie Fuller, (2) Mrs. 

Mary R. Rowles. 

141. George b. 1815; m. Olive Jenkins. 

142. William Frankhn b. 5 July 1821 ; m. Elizabeth W. 

Mary Jane m. Stephen Meserve of Rochester, 
N. H. 

143. Joseph b. 5 May 1825 ; m. Julia A. Staples. 

144. John Warren b. 3 Aug. 1824; m. Martha W. 

Annie B. b. in Kittery, Me., 6 Aug. 1829; m. in 
Portsmouth, N. H., 3 Dec. 1848, Warren 
Knight, b. in Falmouth, Me., 5 April 1824. 
Res., Fairhaven, Conn. Four ch. 
Edward Western Knight b. in Westbrook, Me., 

7 Dec. 1850; m. 12 June 1873, Jennie 

Bishop of Fairhaven, Conn. Two ch. 

Edith Knight b. 1878; m. George Morris 
and has dau. Myrtle Morris b. about 

OHve Knight b. about 1891 ; m. 7 Nov. 1918, 
Rowland E. Brandt. 
Frank Monroe Knight b. 1 June 1855; m. 

Fannie S. M. Enger in California. She d. 

25 Aug. 1916. 
Clara Gardner Knight b. in Falmouth, Me., 27 

March 1859. Unm. 
Minnie Warren Knight b. in Fairhaven, Conn., 

11 May 1866; m. 3 May 1900 Chauncey B. 

Bailey, who d. 21 Dec. 1905. No ch. 

Edmond Stackpole (Charles% Joshua% Philip-, JamesO 
was born in Dover, now Rollinsford, N. H., 4 Sept. 1766. 
He married (1) 19 Feb. 1792, Lydia Hardison of Lebanon, 
Me., (2) 5 Oct. 1805, Sabra Abbott of Lebanon, who was 
born 11 Sept. 1781 and died 17 April 1862. He was a 
farmer in Lebanon and Parsonsfield, Me., where he died 12 
Jan. 1841. Five children by first marriage. 

Theodore b. 21 Nov. 1794 ; d. in infancy. 

145. Charles H. b. 13 Jan. 1796; m. Susan Philbrick. 


Ruth b. 26 March 1797; m. Isaac Ricker. See 
Wentworth Genealogy, 11. 139. 

146. Theodore b. 8 June 1800 ; m. Eliza Pitts. 

147. Edmond b. 8 June 1802; m. Eunice Pray, (2) 

Sally Batchelder. 
Nine children by second marriage 

148. Wilham b. 3 Feb. 1807; m. Lucinda Chick, (2) 

Rosanna Rumery. 
Orin b. 30 July 1809 ; d. at age of 2 yrs. 7 mos. 

149. Orin b. 23 May 1812 ; m. Hannah Lord. 
David b. 21 July 1813 ; d. at age of 5 yrs. 3 mos. 

150. Lydia b. 17 Aug. 1816; m. Hiram Remick. 

151. Stephen Abbott b. 20 Oct. 1818; m. Susan Ann 


152. David Augustus b. 2 July 1820; m. Hannah L. 

Eliza Jane b. 23 March 1822; m. Adonijah 
Pennock; d. s. p. 24 Nov. 1879. 

153. Isaac Ricker b. 15 July 1824 ; m. Huldah F. Colby. 


William Stackpole (Charles*, Joshua^ Philip^ JamesO 
was baptized 10 May 1781. He married (1) 19 Nov. 1795, 
Sally Hardison in Lebanon, Me., (2) 10 May 1806, Sally 
Gerrish. He died soon after this marriage. Joseph 
Hardison was made administrator of his estate 16 June 

Rachel b. 1799; m. Aug. 1821 Ebenezer Worster 
of Lebanon, Me. Ch., Rachel, Jane, Alexander, 
Mary A., who m. Thomas Goodwin and d. 1 
May 1902, aged 72-2-3, Alice or ElHs, Eben, 
Charlotte and Washington. 
George b. 8 March 1800 ; m. 6 Feb. 1822 Joanna 
Jones in Lebanon. She was b. 29 Oct. 1793 
and d. at age of 89-1-20. For twenty-five years 
he drove the stage from Dover to Effingham, 
N. H. He was a storekeeper and postmaster 
at Acton, Me., at the time of his death, 22 
March 1874. One son, Joseph b. 26 Feb. 1823, 
m. in Somersworth, N. H., 22 Nov. 1858, Mary 
Esther, dau. of Major and Sarah (Hill) 
Varney. She d. in Lynn, Mass., 6 May 1902, 
aged 77-0-28. He d. in Lynn, 10 Jan. 1903, 
aged 79-10-15. 

154. Oliver b. 13 Dec. 1801 ; m. Hannah Guptill. 



Joshua Stackpole (CharlesS Joshua^ Philip-, JamesO 
was baptized at Berwick, Me., 18 July 1781. He married, 9 
Sept. 1798, in Lebanon, Me., Apphia Keays and died at the 
age of forty, about 1823, in Wolfeboro, N. H. Six children. 

155. Charles m. Hannah T. Lucas, (2) Mary Cook. 

156. James m. Dorothy Pray. 

Lydia m. John Lary. Pub. 27 Nov. 1822. Lived 
in Maine. A daughter, Effie Lary Lucas, d. in 
Corinth, Me., 12 Dec. 1893, aged 69-6-21. 

157. Peter b. 7 Nov. 1807 ; m. Mary D. Canney. 

158. Simon b. 1811; m. Mary Davis. 

159. Joshua m. four times. 


Joshua Stackpole (EbenezerS Joshua^ Philip-, JamesO 
was baptized in Portsmouth, N. H., 2 Aug. 1779 by the Rev. 
Mr. Haven and was married by the same clergyman to Sally 
Neal, 29 May 1800. Robert Neal of Portsmouth, Dec. 12, 
1800, sold to Joshua Stackpole, boat-builder, and his wife 
Sarah a lot of land with the buildings thereon, situate on 
Ettings Point, Portsmouth. See records at Dover, N. H. 
His wife died about 1802 and he married (2) 25 April 1805, 
Miss Mary Davis of Portsmouth. He worked in the Navy 
Yard at Kittery and died about 1809. There is evidence of 
only one son, by the first marriage. 

160. Andrew Neal b. 12 Sept. 1800; m. Elizabeth 


Henry Stackpole (Otis*, Joshua% Philip-, JamesO was 
born in Berwick, Me., 26 Feb. 1786. He married Betsey 
Paul and lived in what is now Rollinsford, N. H. She died 
15 Oct. 1845, aged 65, "oldest daughter of the late Josiah 
Paul", as said the Dover Inquirer of that time. A Henry 
Stackpole died in Boston 29 Dec. 1838, aged 65, probably 
another person. Children were 

Charles. Unm. 
Elizabeth. Unm. 
Mary Ann. Unm. 


Josiah p. m. 21 Feb. 1846, Frances A. Pierce, who 
d. 5 Jan. 1856, aged 27. He d. in Boston 2 
July 1894, aged 67. Ch., Mary Ella d. 16 Nov. 
1863, aged 16 yrs. 5 mos. ; and Charles E., who 
d. 27 Sept. 1850, aged 11 mos. 

Sarah m. 2 March 1847, Rev. Thomas L. Churchill 
and d. at Brookfield, N. H., 8 Nov. 1864. 


Charles Stackpole (Otis*, Joshua% Philip^ JamesO was 
born in Somersworth, N. H., in 1790 and lived in Boston. 
He married (1) Nancy Jenkins of Dorchester, Mass., who 
died 10 Nov. 1825, aged 28, (2) Mrs. Rizpah (Saunders) 
Symmes, widow of Benjamin Symmes. Pub. in Medford 4 
Nov. 1826. She was born in 1790 and died 21 Jan. 1852. 
He died 16 Aug. 1845 and was buried in the cemetery on 
Tremont Street, called the "Granary" (No. 203), where also 
his first wife was buried. By the first marriage there were, 
besides three who died in infancy, 

Lucy m. Samuel Grant of Belmont, Mass., and had 
a son, Charles E. Grant, and two daughters. 
One is Mrs. George A. Lewis of Boston. 

Children by second marriage 

Charles Henry b. 26 June 1828; d. at Lowell, 
Mass., 10 March 1912. Unm. 

Andrew d. 7 May 1832, aged 16 mos. 


Wilham Wise Stackpole (Otis*, Joshua^ Philip-, James^) 
married, 27 Oct. 1825, Judith, daughter of Andrew and 
Abigail (Dame) Tuttle of Dover, who was born 28 Oct. 1798 
and died in Worcester, Mass., 9 May 1864. He died the 
last of August 1845, having lived as a carpenter in Dover. 
Children, so far as known, were 

George J. m. in Providence, R. I., 8 June 1859, 
Amey T. Salisbury. He d. in Providence 25 
June 1907, aged 73. She d. 16 May 1903, aged 
63. Three ch., George F. b. 3 June 1860, d. 26 
Feb. 1861; Nellie A. b. 31 Oct. 1861, m. 19 
Aug. 1880, Frederick E. Griffith; Walter G. b. 
1 April 1869, m. 15 Oct. 1890, Ida M. Hawkins. 


Julia A. m. 8 Oct. 1847, Sylvester D. Webber in 
Lowell, Mass. Her age was then given as 25. 


Augustus Stackpole (OtisS Joshua\ Philips JamesO 
was born 9 Oct. 1800 in Somersworth, now Rollinsford, 
N. H. He married, 6 Sept. 1832, Joanna Roberts, who was 
born 18 March 1801 and died 8 April 1860. He died 14 July 
1849. Two children 

Frances b. 29 May 1840; m. 11 Jan. 1862, George 
H. Tilton of Rochester, N. H., who d. 20 Jan. 
1918. She d. 31 Jan. 1908. One son, Fred A. 
Tilton, b. 1867, d. 1869. 

Albert A. b. 5 May 1845; m. 13 March 1862, 
Salina W. Weeks in Somersworth. She d. in 
Boston, 16 March 1872, aged 27-4-3, and was 
buried at Pine Hill cemetery, Dover, N. H. 
He d. 12 April 1884. 

John Stackpole (OtisS Joshua% Philip% JamesO was 
born in Portsmouth, N. H., 3 May 1802. He married, June 
1826, Rachel Leach, who was born 1 June 1800 in Raymond, 
Me., and died 5 Dec. 1861. He died 6 June 1856 at West 
Gorham, Me. Seven children. 

Sarah b. 28 Nov. 1827 ; m. 15 July 1856, Reuben 

Tilton; d. 18 Oct. 1895 in Rochester, N. H. 
Rebecca L. b. 8 Nov. 1829 ; m. Charles H. Pike of 

South Casco, Me., and d. 8 Jan. 1887. He d. 

in 1896. 
Rachel, twin to Rebecca, died young. 
Maryann b. 28 Feb. 1831 ; d. 8 Sept. 1846. 
Jane L. b. 15 March 1835 ; m. 8 June 1863 George 

Chivers. He d. in 1864. She d. at Rochester, 

N. H., 20 April 1910. 
Augustus J. b. 22 June 1836; m. 5 Dec. 1872, 

Jennie E. Bolton, born 20 Jan. 1848 in 

Portland, Me. Blacksmith at W. Gorham, Me. 

No ch. He d. Jan. 1895. 
Elizabeth L. b. 3 Oct. 1839; m. 17 July 1861 in 

Portsmouth, N. H., George Chivers of Port- 


land, Me. She d. 18 Sept. 1862, and he m. her 
sister Jane. Elizabeth had a son, Frank 
Edgar Chivers, b. 22 April 1862. 


Ebenezer Stackpole (Tobias*, Joshua^ Philip^, James^ 
was born in what is now Rollinsford, N. H., 26 Jan. 1793. 
He married, Nov. 1818 Patience Stiles, who was born 18 
May 1793 and died 13 Feb. 1873. See Stiles Genealogy. 
He lived at St. Albans Cove, Rollinsford, in the house which 
before its removal was standing a few rods north of 
Stackpole Brook. It was occupied by James Stacpole the 
emigrant in 1709. He died 14 March 1871. Eight children. 

Catherine b. 28 Dec. 1818 ; d. 21 May 1907. Unm. 
Lavina b. 19 Dec. 1820. D. unm. 

161. Tobias b. 16 Dec. 1825; m. Eliza Osgood. 
John b. 10 Jan. 1829 ; m. 14 Oct. 1854, Emily S., 

dau. of Samuel and Eliza (Stackpole) Tebbetts. 
He d. 27 Oct. 1901. Lived in Rochester, N. H. 
No ch. 
Eunice b. 10 Jan. 1829; m. 11 Dec. 1850, 
Humphrey Pray, who d. Nov. 1898. Ch., 
Charles F. Pray b. 17 Sept. 1851, m. (1) 
Novella A. Libby, who d. in 1884, (2) Lucy B. 
Lord, who d. Nov. 1906 ; Henry C. Pray b. 23 
July 1853, d. 9 Jan. 1898 ; and Lois C. Pray b. 
5 Aug. 1861, d. 13 March 1863. 

162. Moses b. 13 Jan. 1832 ; m. Elmira Grace. 
Simon b. 10 Oct. 1836 ; m. 1868, Martha Horn. No 

ch. 1. in Haverhill, Mass. He d. 30 Sept. 1913. 
Sarah J. b. 15 Nov. 1839 ; d. unm. 


Sabra Stackpole (Tobias*, Joshua^ Philip^, James^) born 
24 March 1796, married (1) 23 Jan. 1823, Moses W. Straw 
of Dover, N. H., (2) 5 July 1840, Thomas Leigh, who died 
8 Aug. 1861, aged 65 yrs. 7 mos. She died 20 March 1889. 
Children by first marriage. 

163. Abigail Straw b. 28 July 1824; m. 1 Oct. 1848, 

George P. Bennett. 
Eunice Straw, twin to Abigail; m. (1) Harvey 
Pierce, (2) John Bickford and d. s. p. Sept. 



Martha Stackpole (Tobias\ Joshua', Philip-, James') 
born 31 July 1797, married (1) 10 Dec. 1819, Robert Varney, 
who died in 1823, (2) 2 Jan. 1825, Samuel F. Gage, (3) 15 
Oct. 1834, Samuel Willey. She died 31 March 1874. Chil- 
dren were 

Abigail Varney b. 12 Aug. 1821; m. Nicholas 

Varney ; d. s. p. 12 May 1892. 
Robert Varney b. 4 April 1823; m. Caroline H. 

Locke; d. s. p. 29 March 1889. 
Harriet Willey b. 11 July 1838. 
Susan Willey b. 8 Jan. 1840; m. 17 March 1860, 
Albert A. Pike who d. 17 Jan. 1899. She d. 11 
July 1878. Besides three who died in infancy 
they had a son, Charles A. Pike, b. 3 Oct. 1866, 
who m. 19 Sept. 1891, Fanny E. Melanson and 
d. 7 April 1909. 

Moses Stackpole (Tobias*, Joshua^ Philip^ JamesO born 
21 Sept. 1799, married in 1824 Nancy Leighton, who was 
born 14 Aug. 1803 and died 27 Dec. 1891. He lived in what 
is now Rollinsford and died 25 Feb. 1867. 

164. Lorenzo b. 21 Sept. 1824 ; m. Elvira C. Wentworth. 

165. Thomas b. 5 July 1826; m. Mary E. Mudgett. 

166. Mary J. b. 29 July 1828 ; m. John Hall Wentworth. 

Tobias Stackpole (Tobias*, Joshua^ Philip^ James^ was 
born 1 May 1805. He married, about 1835, Ann, daughter 
of William and Margaret Curry, who was born in Holder- 
ness, N. H., 10 Oct. 1810 and died in Lowell, Mass., 5 Jan. 
1862. He died 14 Sept. 1887. Besides two who died in 
infancy they had 

167. Albert S. b. 21 Feb. 1842 ; m. Lavenia M. Curry. 

168. WilHam T. b. 12 March 1845; m. Henriette M. 


Alexander Stackpole (Tobias*, Joshua% Philip^, James^ 
was born in 1810. He married, 18 April 1833, Miranda 
Linscott of Somersworth, N. H., who died in 1851. She 


was born in 1805. He married (2) 24 Aug. 1858, Harriet 
Quimby, who died at Sandwich, N. H., 20 Aug. 1880, aged 
69. He died 28 Oct. 1865. He was a soldier in the Civil 
War. Four children. 

169. Jeremiah b. 15 Jan. 1836 ; m. Mary A. Earle. 
Alonzo b. 8 Oct. 1841 ; d. 3 Nov. 1866. 

Joanna b. 18 Jan. 1844 ; m. Charles Bebe ; d. about 
1867. Seven ch., most of whom died young. 

Joseph Albert b. in York, Me., 25 Feb. 1849 ; m. 
27 Oct. 1872, Bianor Butler of Gloucester, 
Mass. One son, Albert b. 25 Sept. 1874, d. 12 
Oct. 1874. 


Aaron Stackpole (James*, James% Philip^ JamesO was 
born 7 Aug. 1771, probably in Harpswell, Me. He married, 
20 March 1794, Hannah Young and lived in Belmont, Me. 
She died in Belmont 7 Aug. , aged 83 yrs. 10 mos. 

Nancy m. Johnson Young ; d. in Stockton, Me., in 
1855. He d. 4 Jan. 1885. Seven ch. \ 

Phoebe m. Seth Condon; d. at Matinicus Island, 

Betsey m. Aaron Burrows ; d. in Belmont, Me. 

Polly m. Samuel Smith ; d. in Belfast, Me. 

Charity m. Lyman Ellmo, d. in Lincolnville, Me. 

170. James b. 18 Oct. 1806; m. Eliza Dunton, (2) 

Sarah A. Rue. 
Jane m. 2 Aug. 1835, in Boston, Benoni Bixby ; d. 

in Somerville, Mass. 
Hannah m. Philip Leander Ellis ; d. in Manchester, 


James Stackpole (James*, James^ Philip^, James^ born 
in Thomaston, Me., 9 May 1780, married Mary Spear, who 
was born in Thomaston 11 July 1786 and died 1 Sept. 1855. 
He died in Thomaston 21 June 1837. Thirteen ch. 

171. Wilham b. 21 Jan. 1805; m. Mary Colley, (2) 

Louise Austin. 
James b. 25 May 1808; m. 14 April 1839, Mary 
Freeman Curtis, dau. of James and Ruth 


(Barstow) Curtis. He d. July 1880. She d. 
31 March 1900, aged 79. Three ch., Georgiana 
b. 24 Aug. 1840 m. 16 Oct. 1867, Charles W. 
Thomas, M.D., who d. 3 June 1872. She 
resided in Camden, Me.; Julia E. b. 2 May 
1844, d. Oct. 1864; and Maurice b. 1 May 1847, 
d. Dec. 1868. 
Elkanah b. 24 April 1809 ; m. 10 Oct. 1839, Sarah 
A. Webb, (2) 24 June 1848, Lucy A. Counce. 
He was a sea-captain and d. 19 Jan. 1852, 
"struck by a wave at sea". 

172. Samuel B. b. 24 April 1811 ; m. Margaret N. Spear, 

(2) Sarah A. Knight. 
Margaret b. 8 Sept. 1813; d. 11 Dec. 1837. Unm. 

173. Harris b. 8 June 1816; m. Martha Jane Twitchell. 
Washburn b. 28 April 1818 ; d. at sea 8 May 1842. 


Mary b. 13 April 1820 ; d. 29 Oct. 1841. Unm. 

Henry b. 3 Oct. 1822 ; d. 22 Oct. 1825. 

Harriet b. 13 Aug. 1824 ; d. 22 Jan. 1826. 

Sarah W. b. 20 July 1826 ; m. 31 Oct. 1850, Edwin 
Thomas of S. Weymouth, Mass. He enlisted 
in 1864 in Co. G, 4th Mass. Vols, and served 
till the close of the Civil War. He d. 21 Feb. 
1897. One child, who is now Mrs. H. L. 
Dunbar of S. Weymouth, Mass. 

Harriet E. b. 28 Nov. 1829; d. 14 Nov. 1848. 

174. Oliver B. b. 4 March 1831 ; m. Susan Rice French. 


Cornelius Stackpole (James*, James^ Philip^ JamesO 
was born in Thomaston, Me., 7 June 1782. He married 1 
Jan. 1811, in Portland, Me., Mary Richardson, who died 8 
Feb. 1844. He was lieutenant on sloop "Revenge", a priva- 
teer from Portland in the War of 1812. For some years he 
lived in Lewiston, Me., very near the southern boundary 
and on the bank of the Androscoggin. Here his children 
were born. Later he removed to Whitefield, Me., where he 
married the second time. Name of wife unknown. He 
died in Washington, Me., in 1849. Children by first 


Absalom b. 1812 ; d. 8 Feb. 1833. 

Abbie b. 1816; m. E. Campbell; d. s. p. 10 July 
1894. He was b. 1814 and d. 1889. 

Rhoda b. 1816; m. Thomas Randall and removed 
to Stockton, Cal. Ch., Sarah E. Randall b. 28 
Nov. 1851, m. 25 Dec. 1870, William Augustus 
Dorr of Berkeley, Cal. He was b. 1843 and d. 
6 Feb. 1884 ; had ch., Charlotte Dorr b. 13 Oct. 
1872 who m. U. C. Norton of West Jonesport, 
Me., and Sadie Dorr b. 13 July 1881 who m. 
Charles Brockhoff of San Francisco, Cal., and 
had son, Charles Randall Brockhoff, b. 13 
Feb. 1911, and William A. Dorr b. 23 Feb. 
1884, deceased ; Annie Randall b. 6 Aug. 1855, 
m. Edward Kerrison of Mont Rio, Cal. ; Emma 
Randall m. Edward Heer; Orpha A. Randall 
b. 1861, reared in a Marsh family and took 
that name. 

Sarah Jane b. 1818 ; m. 25 Oct. 1846, Joseph Hart. 
Moved to California, d. s. p. 

175. Cornelius b. 4 June 1823; m. Susan G. Dingley, 
(2) Mrs. Caroline Maddox. 

176. James b. 11 April 1822; m. Mary E. Sprague, (2) 

Sarah E. Ells. 

Children by second marriage 

Charles, d. s. p. 

Laura m. 1861, Alexander D. Lees. 

William Stackpole (James*, James^ Philip-, JamesO was 
born in Thomaston, Me., 20 Dec. 1787. He married (1) 30 
July 1814, Hannah Sidenburger of Waldoboro, Me.; (2) 
Nancy Snow. Pub. 28 March 1819. Removed to Pekin, 111., 
in 1832, where he died in 1836. Nancy Snow was born 27 
Feb. 1799 and died 11 June 1877 in Pekin, 111. One son by 
first marriage 

George, unknown. 

Children by second marriage 

Lillian Snow b. 1820 ; d. 1838. 

177. Anne Ehzabeth b. 3 Sept. 1822; m. Benjamin 

Susan P. b. 1824 ; m. 1843 Leonard H. Wilkey, who 
was b. 25 March 1812 and d. 29 Nov. 1865 in 
Pekin, 111. She d. in 1846. Two ch., Henry 


Wilkey b. 26 Sept. 1844, m. 10 May 1866 
Maggie Murphy, and d. 10 Dec. 1869, and had 
one child, Fannie Wilkey b. 16 Feb. 1867. His 
widow m. John W. Kimball and 1. in Hot 
Springs, Kansas. Isabel Asbell Wilkey was b. 
1846 and d. 1847. 
178. William T. b. 18 Dec. 1827; m. Jennie Sophia 
Hannah b. 1830 ; d. Oct. 1871 in Pekin, 111. 


Nancy Davis Stackpole (William*, James', Philip-, 
JamesO was born in Boston, May 1777. She married (1) 
15 Feb. 1795, John M., son of Rev. Samuel Stillman and had 
six children, all of whom died unmarried, (2) 18 Jan 1815, 
John Holker, Consul General from France, who came to 
America in 1787. After the death of Mr. Holker in Boston 
she removed to Virginia, where she owned a large estate. 
She died 18 June 1857. One daughter by second marriage. 

Anna Maria Adelaide Holker b. 22 Sept. 1816 ; m. 
Hugh Mortimer Nelson of Virginia, who was 
b. 20 Oct. 1811 and d. 6 Aug. 1862. He was a 
colonel in the Confederate Army and a man of 
excellent character. Mrs. Nelson died 20 
March 1875. She had two ch., Nancy A. 
Nelson b. 18 Aug. 1839, d. 5 March 1877, and 
Hugh M. Nelson b. 31 Oct. 1847, m. Sally Page 
Nelson, dau. of George Washington Nelson, 
born 4 July 1866. They live in Millwood, 
Clarke County, Va. Two ch., Nannie A. Nelson 
b. 13 Jan. 1886, and Hugh M. Nelson Jr., b. 26 
Oct. 1889. 

Sarah Crease Stackpole (William*, James% Philip-,. 
James^ was born in Boston, Mass., 11 Sept. 1778. She 
married, 2 May 1799, as his second wife, Hon. Edward St. 
Loe Livermore, who was born in Portsmouth, N. H., 5 April 
1762 and died at Tewksbury, Mass., 15 Sept. 1832. She died 
in Lowell, Mass., 4 Oct. 1859. A Memorial, written by her 
daughter, Mrs. Caroline Livermore Abbott, describes her 
as a "woman of sweet and amiable temper with an entire 


absence from her character of envy, hatred and uncharita- 
bleness. Her consistently Christian life and deportment 
warmly attached to her all who knew her or came within 
the sphere of her gentle, winning influence". Mr. Livermore 
received a classical education, studied law, and practiced at 
Concord, Portsmouth, Newburyport and Boston. He was 
Attorney for Rockingham County, N. H., 1791-3; Justice 
of the Supreme Court of N. H., 1797-99. He then removed 
to Boston and was chosen to represent Essex County in the 
10th and 11th congresses, serving from 9 Dec. 1807 to 3 
March 1811. His father, Samuel Livermore of Portsmouth 
and Holderness, N. H., was United States senator, 1793- 
1801 and president pro tempore of the Senate two sessions. 
He was a member of the Continental Congress that adopted 
the Constitution of the United States. 

179. Edward St. Loe Livermore Jr. b. 12 Feb. 1800; 

m. Hannah Gore Brown. 
Elizabeth Browne Livermore b. 2 Jan. 1804 in 

Boston; d. 16 Aug. 1888 in Lawrence, Mass. 

William Stackpole Livermore b. 24 June 1805 in 

Boston ; d. 2 Feb. 1822 in Tewksbury, Mass. 

George Williamson Livermore b. 17 Jan. 1807 in 
Newburyport; d. 26 Aug. 1830 in New 
Orleans, La. 

Grace Ann Livermore b. 1 June 1809 in New- 
buryport; d. 13 Dec. 1812 in Boston. 

Arthur Browne Livermore b. 11 June 1811 in 
Boston; d. April 1825 in Tewksbury, Mass. 

Ann Grace Livermore b. 24 Dec. 1812 in Boston; 
d. 6 June 1856 in Lowell, Mass. 

180. Caroline Livermore b. 5 Oct. 1814; m. Josiah G. 


181. Henry Jackson Livermore b. 5 June 1816; m. 

Susan H. Homer. 
Sarah Stackpole Livermore b. 12 July 1819 in 
Tewksbury; m. John Tatterson; d. 18 March 
1895 in Lawrence, Mass. 

182. Mary Jane Livermore b. 2 Aug. 1821 in Lowell; 

m. Daniel Saunders. 




William Stackpole (William*, James% Philip-, James^ 
was born in Boston 31 Dec. 1779. He graduated at Harvard 
in 1798. A.M. Lawyer. He married, 13 Jan. 1803, Mrs. 
Nancy (Lewis) Hodgdon, daughter of Joseph and Molly 
(Baker) Lewis of Dedham, Mass., who was born 12 Sept. 
1774. Her first husband was Alexander Hodgdon, Esq., of 
Boston, whom she married 6 Oct. 1793. He died in Dedham 
12 Aug. 1797, aged 56. William Stackpole and wife went 
to Louisville, Ky., and both died there of fever, she 28 July 
and he 11 Aug. 1822. Six children. 

William Ames b. 14 Aug. 1804 ; d. March 1832, in 

New Orleans, La. Unm. 
Grace Hanfield Gurley b. 26 Feb. 1805 ; m. George 

Atkinson of London, Eng., 4 April 1832 and 

resided there. She died in Oct. 1872, having 

survived her husband. No ch. 

183. Joseph Lewis b. 28 Dec. 1808 ; m. Susan Margaret 

Frederick Dabney b. 6 Jan. 1809, died young. 

184. Roxana b. 13 Jan. 1813 ; m. Frederick Dabney. 

185. John Ward Gurley b. 7 Oct. 1816; m. Mrs. 

Emeline (Dabney) Patterson. 

Grace Hanfield Stackpole (William*, James% Philips 
JamesO was born in Boston in 1782 and married in the sum- 
mer of 1800, John Ward Gurley. Rev. Increase N. Tarbox, 
D.D., Sept. 6, 1872, read before the N. E. Historic Genea- 
logical Society a paper entitled "Reminiscences of the 
Stackpole House". It was published in the New Englander 
for Oct. 1873, Vol. XXXII. He says without mentioning 
names that John Ward Gurley was oldest son of Rev. John 
Gurley, D.D., of Eastern, Conn. He entered Yale College 
in 1794, neglected his studies, was dismissed from college at 
the request of his father, but so diligently pursued the study 
of law at Boston that Yale gave him the honorary degree of 
Master of Arts in 1799, earlier than he could have obtained 
it, if he had finished his course at Yale. "It happened one 
night in those years between 1796 and 1799 a fire was rag- 


ing somewhere in the vicinity of the Stackpole House, and 
the fine looking student by a kind of accident turned out of 
the crowd and took the steps of the old mansion as a good 
place to see the fire. A pair of eyes happened to be looking 
out of the window, that had seen him before. The door was 
opened and the student was politely invited to walk in and 
look from the window, where he could see the fire to still 
better advantage. This was the real beginning of an 
acquaintance that ripened into marriage." He became an 
eminent lawyer. His life was sadly ended in a duel at New 
Orleans, 5 March 1808, while he was attorney-general of 
Louisiana. His wife died of fever in New Orleans in 1804. 
They had one child. 

186. Anne Maria Gurley b. 1801; m. Major Joseph 


Margaret Crease Stackpole (William*, James% Philip^, 
JamesO was born in Boston in 1784. She married, at King's 
Chapel, where her father and family attended church, 4 
Oct. 1803, Francis Welch, merchant, born in Boston 30 Aug. 
1776. He was for some time president of the Franklin 
Insurance Company. He died at his house in Louisberg 
Square, Boston, 27 April 1867. She died 2 May 1830. 
Eleven children. 

Francis Welch b. 7 Aug. 1804 ; d. 13 Aug. 1804. 

Margaret Stackpole Welch b. 1 Oct. 1806; m. 25 
Aug. 1830, Joseph M. Brown, (2) James 
Thorndike Winchester. She d. 10 Dec. 1886. 
Ch., Joseph M. Brown Jr. b. 17 Aug. 1831 and 
Margaret Stackpole Brown b. 18 Sept. 1832, 
m. Felix B. Kennedy. 

187. Francis William Welch b. 5 Nov. 1808; m. 

Marienne Humphrey. 

188. Harriet Welch b. 9 Oct. 1810; m. Rev. John C. 

Edward Minchin Welch b. 6 Feb. 1813 ; d. 19 Nov. 
1831, while a student in Harvard College. 

189. Charles Alfred Welch b. 30 Jan. 1815; m. Mary 

Love Boott. 
Joshua Huntington Welch b. 17 April 1817 ; d. 26 
Feb. 1845. Unm. 


Theodore Welch b. 26 May 1818 ; d. 26 Feb. 1819. 

190. Carohne Maria Welch b. 26 March 1820; m. 

Edward A. Crowinshield. 
John Holker Welch b. 20 May 1822 ; name changed 

by legislature to Edward Holker, a Jesuit 

priest at Georgetown College, D. C. 
Benjamin Wisner Welch b. 26 Sept. 1823; d. 11 

June 1825. 

John Dunning Stackpole (John*, James^ Philip-, James^ 
was born in Harpswell, Me., 20 May 1776. He married, in 
Durham, Me., 26 March 1797, Betty, daughter of Stephen 
and Desire (Turner) Weston, who was born 6 Sept. 1777. 
He was a farmer in Durham, Lisbon and Gardiner, Me. He 
died in Gardiner 15 Oct. 1850. She died 19 May 1854. Six 
children born in Durham. 

Deborah b. 31 July 1798; m. WilHam Smith of 

191. Aaron b. 18 Jan. 1801 ; m. Mary B. Hinkley. 
Eliza b. 1 Feb. 1804; m. 15 Aug. 1824 Joel 

Chandler of Freeport, Me. 

Mary b. 8 June 1807; m. WilHam Kempton, (2) 
Capt. Charles J. Fogg of San Francisco. She 
d. in Los Angeles, Cal., Jan. 1898, aged 90 yrs. 
7 mos. Ch., Harriet Kempton m. Leonard 
Turner and had one son; Emily Kempton m. 
George Wakefield; Elizabeth Kempton m. 
Kimball Wing. 

Judith b. 1810; m. Charles Wilson of Gardiner, 
(2) 29 July 1847 George W. Ricker in Law- 
rence, Mass. 

Harriet b. 29 April 1814; m. Seth Kempton; 
d. s. p. 28 April 1867. 

Hannah Stackpole (John*, James'', Philip-, James^) was 
born in Harpswell, Me., 27 Oct. 1778. She married, 12 
April 1796, Capt. William Webster, son of William and Jane 
(Little) Webster, grandson of James and Isabel (Arm- 
strong) Webster of Cape Elizabeth, now South Portland, 
Me. He was born at Cape Elizabeth 30 April 1774 and died 
in Durham, Me., 1 Oct. 1843. She died in Durham 29 June 


1851, having lived on the farm next to that of her father. 
William Webster was captain of the militia ordered out for 
service at Bath, Me., in the War of 1812. Ten children. 

192. Jane Webster b. 5 Sept. 1796; m. Moses Rowe. 

193. Betsey Webster b. 11 Oct. 1797 ; m. William Miller. 
William Webster b. 8 Dec. 1798 ; m. Mary Grant 

of Grav, Me. ; d. s. p. 2 April 1879. She d. 2 

Oct. 1889. 
Andrew Webster b. 13 Aug. 1800 ; d. 17 July 1801. 
John S. Webster b. 25 Oct. 1801 ; m. 25 Dec. 1827, 

Eleanor Jordan of Durham. He d. at Webster, 

Me., 4 Oct. 1849. Ch., Elbridge who married 

and had children; Rhoda who d. unm.; and 

Simon Webster b. 29 June 1803 ; d. 1827 at Bangor, 

Me. Unm. 

194. Joseph Webster b. 26 March 1806; m. Lucinda 


195. Samuel Stackpole Webster b. 23 May 1809; m. 

Harriet Hale. 
James D. Webster b. 24 March 1812; d. 30 Dec. 

196. Hannah Stackpole Webster b. 7 Jan. 1818; m. 

Sewall Gushing. 

David Dunning Stackpole (John*, James^ Philip^, 
JamesO was born in Harpswell, Me., 11 June 1781. He 
married 4 Jan. 1807, Judith Hatch* of Hingham, Mass., and 
died 20 May 1856 in Durham, Me. His wife was born 20 
March 1788 and died in Lisbon, Me., 17 Jan. 1879. David 
Stackpole (for he left out his middle name given him in 
infancy) was a sea-captain for many years. His home was 

*Judith Hatch was the ninth and youngest child of Walter Hatch 
of Pembroke, Mass., who married, 14 Dec. 1772, Deborah, daughter 
of Pyam and Hannah (Lincoln) Gushing. Walter Hatch was born 28 
June 1751 and died 22 March 1797. He was in active service during 
the Revolution. Was second lieutenant on the armed brig "Hazard", 
and later was known as captain. He was descended through Isaac, 
Isaac, Samuel and Walter from Elder William Hatch of Scituate, 
Mass., who in 1635 brought his family from Sandwich, Eng., in the 
ship "Hercules". His family consisted of wife Jane, five children 
and six servants. He died 6 Nov. 1651. — Hist, of Hingham, Mass., 
II, 293 and III, 350, corrected in some dates by family records col- 
lected by Charles A. Stackpole. 



in Portland, Me. He was generous and much beloved, a 
man of thought and activity. He was one of a few persons 
in the second parish church of Portland (Congregational) 
who sent to Bowdoin College lads who afterward became 
well known, Prof. Calvin Stowe, husband of Harriet Beecher 
Stowe, and Dr. Cyrus Hamlin, President of Robert College 
near Constantinople. He and wife are buried in the ceme- 
tery near Western Promenade in Portland. Eleven children 
born in Portland. 

197. William Henry b. 2 Oct. 1807 ; m. Susan M. Bond. 

198. Charles Augustus b. 13 Sept. 1809 ; m. xVIary Smith 


199. David Dunlap b. 2 Aug. 1811; m. Celinda 


200. Frances Hall b. 13 July 1813; m. Dominicus 

Parker, (2) Rev. George Bradburn. 

201. Elizabeth Angelia b. 16 Oct. 1815; m. John E. 

Addison b. 21 Oct. 1817; died young. 
Susan Wood b. 1 Sept. 1820; d. 30 Aug. 1890. 

Helen Louisa b. 8 Feb. 1823; m. Charles Adams 

of Galveston, Texas; d. s. p. 8 Nov. 1857. 
Mary Blanchard b. 28 Jan. 1825 ; d. 14 April 1844. 


202. Ellis Merrill b. 22 May 1828 ; m. Ehza L. Crozier. 

203. Henriett Maria b. 2 May 1830; m. James F. 


Mary Stackpole (John*, James% Philip-, JamesO was 
born in Harpswell, Me., 7 June 1783. She married, 25 Dec. 
1806, at Durham, Me., by Rev. Jacob Herrick, Capt. Joseph 
Webster of Gray, Me., who was born 26 Sept. 1776. He 
was brother of the William Webster who married her sister 
Hannah. They spent all their days on a farm at North 
Gray, now owned by a grandson. He died 26 Feb. 1843; 
she died 19 Sept. 1871. They were buried in the cemetery 
at Gray Corner. I spent a part of one winter in her home 
and well remember her amiable disposition. Nine children. 

Albert Webster b. 14 Jan. 1808; m. Mary A. 
Cushman of New Gloucester, Me. He d. 26 


Aug. 1876 in Tennessee. He was Brig.-Gen. 
of Militia. Had one daughter, Mary A. 
Webster, who m. Dr. Wm. Roscoe Sheppard 
and 1. at St. Paul, Minn. 3 ch., Mary Josephine 
Sheppard b. 16 July 1877 at Terre Haute, Ind. ; 
Wm. Albert Joseph Isaac Sheppard b. 16 Oct. 
1880 at Franklin, Ind.; Teresa Jane Bernice 
Sheppard b. 29 June 1883 at Franklin, Ind. 
Joseph Webster b. 11 Nov. 1809; d. 4 Jan. 1810. 

204. James D. S. Webster b. 12 Nov. 1811 ; m. Jane W. 

Elbridge Webster b. 14 July 1813 ; d. 7 Aug. 1830. 
Joseph Webster b. 7 June 1815 ; d. 15 Oct. 1830. 

205. Royal F. Webster b. 7 Nov. 1817 ; m. Olive Emery. 
Mary Jane Webster b. 21 Nov. 1819 ; m. Elmer H. 

Small of Gray, who was born 10 Mar. 1821 and 
died 26 Feb. 1884. She d. s. p. 11 Sept. 1885. 

206. Armstrong Webster b. 22 July 1822 ; m. Ardeha 

Martha Ann Webster b. 3 Jan. 1826 ; d. 31 Dec. 
1914 in Portland, Me. Unm. 


Lydia Stackpole (John*, James^ Philip-, James^) was 
born in Harpswell, Me., 30 June 1785. She married, 26 
Nov. 1808, at Durham, David Thompson of South Lewiston, 
who was born 14 Sept. 1786. His grandfather, Joseph 
Thompson, came from Newbury, Mass., to Portland, Me., 
earlier than 1732. His father, Joseph Thompson, was born 
at Falmouth, now Portland, in 1756 and died in Lisbon, Me., 
26 May 1827. He married Kerinhapuck Proctor and had 
children, Samuel, David, Sally, Charity, Jeremiah, Isaac, 
and Nehemiah. Joseph Thompson was a lieutenant in the 
Revolution. His widow removed to Bangor, Me. David 
Thompson and wife Lydia lived for some years in South 
Lewiston, just across the river from her father's house; then 
moved to Greene, Me., and settled on a farm. Both were 
members of the Methodist Episcopal Church. He died 30 
Dec. 1874. She died 17 July 1870. The first five of their 
children were born at South Lewiston, the last four at 


Nehemiah Thompson b. 27 Aug. 1809; m. (1) 23 
Feb. 1832, Elizabeth Miller, who was b. in 
Wales, Me., 21 Nov. 1810 and d. in Greene 10 
Dec. 1870. He m. (2) 5 Oct. 1879, Mrs. 
Jemima Harris, who was b. 18 July 1819 in 
Greene and d. 11 Jan. 1912. He d. s. p. in 
Greene 28 April 1887. 

207. Jane Stackpole Thompson b. 7 Aug. 1811; m. 

Henry Story Harris. 

208. Hannah Webster Thompson b. 11 Aug. 1814; m. 

Dennis Furbush. 
Mary Webster Thompson b. 20 Jan. 1816 ; d. 9 May 
1874. Unm. 

209. Christina Stackpole Thompson b. 18 Feb. 1818 ; m. 

Reuben Stetson. 

210. Rachel D. Thompson b. 22 Aug. 1820 ; m. William 

R. Little. 

211. James Henry Thompson b. 12 Nov. 1822; m. 

Bethiah J. Buker. 

212. Elizabeth Stackpole Thompson b. 24 July 1824; 

m. Enoch Fillmore. 

213. Phebe M. Thompson b. 15 March 1826 ; m. William 

H. Farrar. 


Samuel Owen Stackpole (John*, James% Philip-, JamesO 
was born in Durham, Me., 19 Dec. 1794. He received the 
homestead from his father, giving bond of $1500, dated 7 
March 1816, for the maintenance during life of his parents 
and sister Jane, and for the payment of certain sums to 
other relatives. The bond obliged him to provide for his 
parents "Conveyance to Meeting and for visiting their 
friends in such manner as has been customary with them". 
This bond he gave when he was twenty-two years of age, 
and he faithfully fulfilled it. He added to the original home- 
stead by purchase from time to time till he owned one hun- 
dred and eighty acres. He engaged to some extent in lum- 
bering, built a saw-mill just back of his house, which long 
since disappeared, and hauled many a mast and stick of 
oak timber to Freeport, Me. When he wanted bricks to 
erect a new set of buildings, he made them on his own farm. 
A canal was cut with much labor to increase his water 


power. Fences which he made of stone and pine stumps a 
hundred years ago still stand. Had he used in a large city 
the same enterprise and industry that he displayed in farm- 
ing, he would have become a very wealthy man. His knowl- 
edge of agriculture was practical rather than theoretical. 
He did what science now teaches without knowing why ; he 
only knew that thereby crops and animals would grow. No 
year brought a failure. He was in military service a short 
time in the War of 1812, on account of which his widow 
received a small pension in her old age. He refused all offers 
of public office, though urged to accept several. The title 
of "Major" was familiarly applied to him, though he would 
not accept that office when it was offered to him. His hos- 
pitality was unlimited. Everybody found a welcome at his 
home. His justice and generosity are illustrated in this, 
that when his uncle Aaron died childless and left to him his 
farm worth $2000, he gave it to the woman who had cared 
for his uncle in his old age and infirmity. He united with 
the Methodist Episcopal Church in 1838 and generously sup- 
ported it as long as he lived. Three miles were not too far 
to drive to meeting with his large family every Sunday in 
the year. No season of the year was too busy for family 
prayer immediately after breakfast. He was a friend to 
many and therefore had many friends. In person he was 
six feet tall, straight as an arrow until bent by sickness and 
age, rather slim than stout, but tough and muscular. He 
slept but little and wanted to be at work all the time. The 
rearing of fourteen children demanded constant thought and 
activity. He was unselfish ; if ever hasty in speech through 
nervousness, immediately sorry therefor and ready to make 
amends. He lived seventy-six years on the spot where he 
was born, moved to Brunswick, Me., in 1872, where he cul- 
tivated a garden, often rode up to Durham, and spent his 
leisure time in reading a religious paper, a few good books 
and principally the Bible. The passing years have brought 
to many a growing appreciation of his noble character. He 
died 7 April 1876 and was buried about a mile from his 
Durham homestead, where rest also the remains of his 
father and mother, wives and several children. 





He married (1) 1 Jan. 1818, by Rev. Jacob Herrick, 
Sarah, daughter of Samuel and Catherine (Clark) Robinson, 
who was born at Durham, 22 June 1794 and died 8 Feb. 

Samuel Owen Stackpole married (2) 8 Nov. 1838, by- 
Rev. Allen H. Cobb, Eliza, daughter of Ehjah and Eliza 
(Swett) Macomber of Durham, Me. She was born in 
Durham 9 April 1810 and died in Brunswick, Me., 12 May 
1888. She was educated at Middleborough Academy, Mass., 
and taught in her early days. Her great desire was that 
her children should be educated. She was a woman of 
strong intellect and will, and possessed a firm Christian 
faith. She inherited a puritanic moral sense. She suffered 
much for years with rheumatism, and pain with many 
household cares severely tried her patience, but she meant 
to be kind and just, and the love of a mother for her chil- 
dren endured to the end. 

John Robinson, the emigrant ancestor, moved from Newbury, 
Mass., to Haverhill in 1640 and thence to Exeter, N. H., about 1652, 
where he was killed by Indians 21 Oct. 1675. He had sons, David, 
Jonathan and Stephen. The last was a tax-payer in Exeter in 1662, 
and moved to Dover, N. H. in 1666. He had a son John who worked 
at Fort William Henry in 1723-44, as it is thought. The latter's son, 
John, married 10 Dec. 1722, Sarah Jordan and moved to Cape 
Elizabeth, now South Portland, Me., the same year. Their son, 
Joshua, married 16 Nov. 1764, Sarah Miller and had ten children, of 
whom the oldest, Samuel, b. 1 April 1766, married Dec. 1788, 
Catherine Clark, born 31 Dec. 1769. They moved to Durham and 
had a farm next to that of John Stackpole. 12 ch. See Hist, of 
Durham, Me., p. 245. 

William Maycumber, cooper, was living at Duxbury, Mass., as 
early as 1638. Some think that he was of Scotch origin and that the 
name was McComber, while others find the name Macomber only in 
Devonshire, Eng., for some years before his coming to America. He 
was fined in 1644 for speaking against the Indians. John Macomber, 
supposed to have been his brother, was a freeman and enrolled in the 
militia of Taunton, Mass., in 1643. He died before 1690, leaving a 
son, John, who m. 16 July 1678, Anna, dau. of William and Ann 
(Hailstone) Evans of Taunton. Their son, John Macomber, b. 18 
March 1681, m. 17 March 1707, Elizabeth, dau. of Nathaniel and 
Elizabeth (Rogers) Williams. The youngest son of the latter, Joseph 
Macomber, was b. 28 March 1732 and m. 16 March 1762, Thankful, 
dau. of Capt. William and Elizabeth (Eaton) Canedy and lived in 
Middleborough, Mass. He was a lieutenant in the French and Indian 
War and in the Revolution. His son, Elijah Macomber, was born in 
Middleborough 14 Oct. 1770 and m. in Windham, Me., 6 June 1802, 
Eliza, dau. of Dr. Stephen and Sarah (Adams) Swett. He died in 
Durham, Me., 26 Sept. 1849, having served as lieutenant in the militia 


Children by first marriage 

214. Sarah b. 10 Nov. 1818 ; m. Gardner G. Larrabee. 
Elizabeth b. 4 Sept. 1820 ; d. 20 Sept. 1823. 

215. Hannah b. 19 May 1822 ; m. Daniel R. Fickett, (2) 

Rev. Christopher C. Co veil. 
Samuel b. 25 Aug. 1824; m. 24 July 1847, at 
Lowell, Mass., Emeline Wyman. He spent 
most of his life at Lowell but d. s. p. in Auburn, 
Me., 25 July 1890. She was b. 8 May 1830 at 
Auburn and d. at Brunswick, 17 April 1911. 

216. Henry Ricker b. 27 Oct. 1826; m. Apphia Swasey. 

217. David b. 20 Sept. 1828 ; m. Harriet Day. 
Catherine b. 14 Jan. 1831 ; d. 13 June 1831. 

218. William b. 1 Sept. 1832 ; m. Lucy Dingley. 

219. Charles b. 15 Feb. 1835; m. Carrie A. Doyle. 
Children by second marriage 

JuHa Ann b. 18 Sept. 1839 ; m. 11 May 1880, at 
Lowell, Mass., Charles Harrison Brown, who 
was b. at Lowell Aug. 1841 and d. at Winthrop, 
Mass., 25 Feb. 1897. In the Civil War he was 
a member of Co. F, 33rd Regt. Mass. Vol. Inf. 
Mustered in 5 Aug. 1862 and served till the end 
of the war. Was at the battles of Gettysburg, 
Chattanooga, siege of Atlanta and in Sher- 
man's march through Georgia. Captain of 
"Mechanic Phalanx", a company of Veteran 
Militia in Lowell. Lived in Lowell and 
Winthrop, Mass. Carpenter and builder. She 
resides in Brunswick, Me. 

220. Elizabeth Dunning b. 2 Jan. 1842; m. Dennis 


and selectman of the town, an upright and honorable man. — See Hist, 
of Durham, Me., p. 215, and Macomber Genealogy. 

John Swett was one of the grantees of Newbury, Mass., in 1642. 
His son, Capt. Benjamin Swett, married Hester, dau. of Hon. 
Nathaniel Weare of Hampton, N. H., and was killed by Indians at 
Black Point, Scarboro, 29 June 1677. His son, Stephen Swett, b. 13 
July 1672, m. Mary, dau. of John and Sarah (Woodman) Kent. Their 
son, Moses Swett, b. 12 Dec. 1706 m. 2 Feb. 1728, his cousin, Hannah, 
dau. of Capt. Joseph and Sarah (Andrews) Swett and was a tailor 
and shop-keeper in Exeter, N. H., where their son Dr. Stephen Swett, 
was b. 3 Jan. 1733/4. He m. 8 Aug. 1756, at Durham, N. H., Sarah, 
dau. of Dr. Samuel and Phebe (Chesley) Adams, granddaughter of 
Rev. Hugh and Susanna (Winborn) Adams, great-granddaughter of 
John and Avis Adams of Boston. He was the first settled physician 
of Gorham, Me., and served as surgeon in the Revolutionary army. 
He d. in Otisfield Me., 6 Jan. 1807. His wife d. 3 May 1808. They 
had fourteen children, of whom Eliza was the youngest. — See Hist, 
of Durham, N. H., and Swett Genealogy. 


Mary Blanchard b. 21 Sept. 1843. 

Benjamin Franklin b. 2 Oct. 1845 ; d. 2 June 1867 
at Worcester, Mass. 

Sylvia Nye b. 22 Dec. 1847; d. 21 Nov. 1873 at 
West Bridgewater, Mass. Teacher. Graduate 
of State Normal School, W. Bridgewater. 

221. Everett Schermerhorn b. 11 June 1850; m. 

Elizabeth A. Blake, (2) Annie E. Wylie. 

222. Howard Vinton b. 22 March 1853; m. Cora J. 

Curtis, (2) Leila A. McFarland. 


Samuel Stackpole (Absalom*, James^ Philip^ JamesO 
born at North Berwick, Me., 14 Jan. 1780, married, 16 June 
1805, in Lebanon, Me., Sally Brock, who was born 3 Feb. 
1783 and died 30 Nov. 1847. He was a farmer and tailor. 
Died in Lebanon 14 April 1854. 

223. Isaac b. 3 Feb. 1806 ; m. Cyrena Marston. 
Caroline b. 29 Sept. 1809; m. Jeremiah Drew of 

N. Adams, Mass. She d. 8 Sept. 1846. Of 
her six children Charles is the only survivor. 

224. William b. 10 April 1816 ; m. Dorcas Abbott. 

225. Sarah b. 20 Jan. 1824 ; m. Abner Cooper. 


John Stackpole (Absalom*, James% Philip-, JamesO, 
born at N. Berwick, Me., 2 April 1782, was a tailor and 
farmer. He settled in Thomaston, Me. He married, 19 
Feb. 1807, Ruth, daughter of James and Nancy (Brison) 
Brown. She was born 9 March 1792 and died 22 Dec. 1880. 
He died in Thomaston, 9 March 1854. 

226. John M. b. 4 Jan. 1808 ; m. Judith M. Pinkham. 

Nancy B. b. 24 Sept. 1809; m. 11 Nov. 1844, Rev. 
Kilborn Holt; d. 29 Aug. 1857. Lived in 
Ashland, Mass. Two sons, Edwin Holt, who 
enlisted at age of 19, in 1861, was taken pris- 
oner in his first battle, carried toAndersonville 
and died there; and a son who died at the age 
of eight years. 

Hanson b. 3 Sept. 1811 ; d. 12 Dec. 1835. Fell from 
aloft at sea. 


Louise b. 20 March 1813 ; d. 17 May 1891. Unm. 

Alden b. 17 April 1815 ; d. s. p. March 1871. 

Catherine b. 20 April 1816 ; m. 6 May 1856, Joshua 
Hayes of Boston ; d. 21 March 1896 in Thom- 
aston, Me. 

Bertha b. 4 March 1819; d. 12 April 1900, in 
Thomaston. Unm. She was at the first 
reunion of the Stackpole Family and was 
greatly interested in its history, contributing 
much information. 

Sarah b. 6 Feb. 1821 ; d. 28 Jan. 1885. Unm. 

Isabella P. b. 26 April 1823 ; d. 1 May 1840. 

Lucy P. b. 19 April 1825 ; m. 6 May 1846, Richard 
D. Starr of Boston. Ch., Henry E. Starr, 
Charles D. Starr, and Mrs. J. D. Ronimus, all 
of Boston. 

Helen M. b. 18 May 1830 ; m. 6 June 1850, George 
I. Robinson ; d. 14 April 1859. Two daughters, 
one of whom m. Mr. Bright of Cambridgeport, 
Mass., and the other, Frances M. Robinson b. 

18 March 1859, m. 26 July 1881, Prof. Henry 
Johnson of Bowdoin College, who died 7 Feb. 
1918. Two daughters, Helen Johnson b. 5 
April 1885, m. 21 June 1912, Prof. Stanley P. 
Chase of Union College, Schenectady, N. Y. ; 
and Ann Louise Johnson b. 30 April 1889, m. 
26 Dec. 1914, Warren Eastman Robinson, 
of the class of 1910, Bowdoin College. War- 
ren E. Robinson was 1st Leut., 102nd Machine 
Gun Battalion, Co. C, 26th Div., and was killed 
in action near Verdun, France, 6 Nov. 1918. 

Elizabeth Ann b. 14 April 1832 ; m. 14 Oct. 1866, 
Edmund Copeland of Thomaston, Me. He died 

19 July 1888. She d. 27 March 1911. 
Ameha H. b. 5 April 1836; m. 10 Sept. 1856, 

Samuel Whitcomb, who d. 3 Oct. 1896. She d. 
24 Nov. 1915. They have one son, Fred B. 
Whitcomb, who m. 3 Oct. 1896, Sarah Pills- 
bury of Rockland, Me. Res., West Medford, 
Mass. 3 ch., Maurice Pillsbury Whitcomb b. 1 
Sept. 1898, Louise Whitcomb b. 19 Dec. 1902, 
and Helen Whitcomb b. 14 Aug. 1908. 

Theodosia L b. 29 July 1838 ; m. 19 June 1878, in 
St. Paul, Minn., John F. Halsted and 1. in 
Orange, Cal. Both deceased. 



Reuben Stackpole (Absalom% James', Philip-, JamesO 
was born in N. Berwick, Me., 8 April 1792. His name was 
changed by act of Mass. Legislature, 14 June 1823, to 
Reuben Markham Stackpole. He went to Roxbury, Mass., 
when a young man and resided there and in Boston till his 
death, 1 Aug. 1883. Was for many years a leather mer- 
chant in Boston. He married, 12 Jan. 1832, Rebecca 
Winslow Childs of Roxbury, Mass., who was born in 
Roxbury 4 Aug. 1804 and died there 11 Dec. 1884. Six ch. 

Charles Markham b. 23 Sept. 1833; d. 24 Aug. 

Horace Markham b. 16 March 1835; d. 7 Sept. 


227. Anna Winslow b. 2 Jan. 1838; m. Edward M. 

George Reuben b. 23 Sept. 1839 ; d. 15 Sept. 1853. 
Frederick Wilhams b. 20 Aug. 1841; d. 7 July 
1915. Unm. 

228. Stephen Henry b. 24 July 1843; m. Julia L. 


Hiram Henry Stackpole (Absalom*, James^ Philips, 
JamesO was born in N. Berwick, Me., in 1800. Lived at 
Fairhaven, Mass. Tailor by trade and owner in whale-ships. 
He married Elizabeth Elbridge Jenney, daughter of 
Ebenezer and Susanna Jenney of Falmouth, Mass. He died 
14 July 1842, aged 42. She died 22 April 1891, aged 86. 
Eight ch. 

Henry Hiram d. in 1862. Unm. 
Frank Augustus b. 19 May 1825 ; m. 26 Feb. 1852, 
Jane R. Drew. He d. 1 March 1895, aged 69. 
She d. 21 Feb. 1876, aged 47. They had one 
daughter, Caroline Drew, who was b. 21 July 
1852 and d. unm. 6 May 1891. 
Harriet Stevens b. abt. 1831; m. 14 Oct. 1887, 
Henry J. Taylor and 1. in Fairhaven. Husband 
deceased. No. ch. She d. Jan. 1912. 

229. William Stevens b. abt. 1835 ; m. Ellen B. Martin, 

(2) Catherine E. Conant. 
Eunice Grinnell b. 1833 ; m. 11 April 1864, William 
P. Church; 1. in Cambridge, Mass. Besides 


two who d. in infancy they had William Lester 
Church b. 1 Feb. 1865, and Aimee Gordon 
Church b. 29 May 1871, d. 23 Sept. 1892. 
230. Charles H. b. 1836; m. Martha M. Hathaway, (2) 
Laura Hussey. 

Berekiah (Barry) B. b. 1839; m. and 1. in San 
Francisco, Cal. Ch., Frank, Annie, and Kate. 

Sarah Anna b. 1841; m. 7 Sept. 1864, Seth H. 
Keith and 1. in Fairhaven, Mass. Husband 
deceased. She d. 23 Jan. 1909. Ch., Edmund 
T. and Annie E. Keith. 

James Stackpole (Stephens JamesS Philip% James^ was 
born about 1785 in what is now Rollinsford, N. H. He was 
a tailor and farmer. He married (1) 13 May 1804, Abigail 
Brock, who died 25 Aug. 1842, aged 42, (2) Mary Linscott 
who died in March 1857. He died about 1864. He hved at 
Old Fields, near Rocky Hill, S. Berwick, Me. Seven 

231. Ehjah B. b. 10 July 1804 ; m. Nancy E. Wentworth. 
Lydia b. 23 Feb. 1807; m. 7 March 1830, John 

Cooper Jr. 
Martha Ann b. 26 Aug. 1814; d. 1 Jan. 1839. 

232. Mary Elizabeth b. 6 April 1817 ; m. 9 May 1845, 

D.W. Hussey; d. 23 Feb. 1901. He d. 21 Feb. 
1899. Lived at Sangerville, Me. Four ch. 

233. William E. b. 15 May 1821 ; m. Caroline M. Bean. 
Sarah B. b. 23 Nov. 1823 ; m. her cousin, Thomas 


234. John Brock Frost b. 8 June 1829; m. Elvira J. 



William Stackpole (Stephen*, JamesS Philip^, James^) 
born 1788, married Alice Guptill of Berwick, Me., who was 
born in 1787 and died 19 Sept. 1873. He was a carpenter. 
Moved to Acton, Me., where he died 16 Feb. 1869. 

Samuel G. b. 29 Aug. 1814 ; m. 28 July 1872, Sarah 
M. Lane, who was b. 28 May 1833 and d. at 
Berwick, Me., 7 June 1881. Lived in 


Wakefield, N. H., and Berwick, Me., repre- 
senting that town in the legislature. He d. 
s. p. 22 Feb. 1904. Buried in Evergreen Cem- 
etery, Berwick, Me. 

Joseph C. d. at age of eight yrs. 

Esther A. b. 1816 ; d. 17 March 1895. Unm. 

John Stackpole (Stephen*, James^ Philip-, JamesO was 
born about 1790 in what is now Rollinsford, N. H., and mar- 
ried, 4 May 1809, Philomela Grant of York, Me., daughter 
of Joshua and Abigail (Grant) Grant\ baptized in York 25 
March 1790. John Stackpole lived in Dover and Somers- 
worth N. H. In the War of 1812 he was a privateersman. 
A prize was taken and he with others was put on board to 
take her into port. They came in contact with an English 
man-of-war, were taken and remained in prison in Halifax 
fifteen months. He died in Dover, N. H., 10 Aug. 1848. His 
wife died 12 Sept. 1843. Besides one who died in infancy 
they had eleven children. 

235. Stephen G. b. 6 Dec. 1809 ; m. Betsey Bennett, (2) 
Eliza Mansfield. 
Abigail b. 10 Sept. 1811; m. 23 April 1835, 
Jeremiah Moulton of York; d. 14 Jan. 1886. 
Ch., Melissa Moulton m. William Nutter of 
Portsmouth; John Alonzo Moulton, b. 13 Sept. 
1843, m. Margaret Spinney of Eliot and has 
one son, Frank Moulton who m. Mabel Leach; 
Arabella Moulton m. George Mortimer 
Hanscom of Portsmouth; and Josephine 
Moulton m. Hartley H. Twombly of Ports- 
mouth, N. H., and has two daughters. 

iThe first James Grant of York was captured by Oliver Cromwell 
at the battle of Worcester, 3 Sept. 1651 and sent to Boston in the- 
ship John and Sara. He had a grant of land at a place afterward 
called "Sligo" in ancient Dover, now Rollinsford, N. H., in 1657.. 
Removed to York and had a grant of land there in 1667. He died in 
1693 and his widow, Hannah, m. Samuel Johnson. He had a son, 
James Grant, who married Patience, dau. of Matthew Austin and had 
five sons. One of these, Joshua b. 9 Oct. 1712, had wife Mercy and 
six children recorded in York, one of whom was Joshua b. 1744. The 
lastm. 20 Aug. 1765, Abigail, dau. of Daniel and Abigail (Kingsbury) 
Grant, his cousin. This Joshua Grant enlisted in the Revolutionary 
army at the age of sixteen and is said to have had a bullet put 
through his hat at the battle of Bunker Hill. 


236. John b. 22 Aug. 1814 ; m. Mary L. Gray. 

237. Josiah b. 16 Feb. 1816 ; m. Melissa Kimball. 
Mary b. ; m. 19 Sept. 1839, Freeman Otis of 

Dover, N. H. She d. 4 Feb. 1851, leaving one 
daughter, who is Mrs. Jephthah Bruce of 
Fitchburg, Mass. 

Esther b. 22 Nov. 1819 ; m. 20 Dec. 1840, Joseph 
B. Witherell b. 22 April 1818. Ch., John B. 
Witherell b. 2 March 1842, d. 17 March 1843 ; 
Hannah A. Witherell b. 30 May 1848, d. 29 
Aug. 1848; and James Edgar Witherell b. 18 
Feb. 1851. 

Hannah b. 1821; m. 1 June 1843, Benjamin E. 
Palmer; d. 1847. Her two children were 
adopted by her sister, Mrs. Witherell, and took 
that name, Philomela Palmer Witherell b. 5 
Oct. 1843, m. W. B. Lamprey; and John Palmer 
Witherell b. 21 Sept. 1847. He was at Boston 
Museum many years and d. 4 May 1914. His 
wife, Maria Littlefield Witherell, d. 30 Jan. 

238. Benjamin b. 16 April 1822 ; m. Mary H. Young. 

239. James b. 1 Jan. 1825 ; m. Martha Twombly. 

240. Timothy, twin to James; m. Elizabeth Heard. 
Philomela b. 17 Sept. 1830; m. 17 June 1850, 

Charles Ballard of Cambridge, Mass., who was 
b. 17 Sept. 1830 and d. 4 March 1892. She d. 
22 Jan. 1914. Ch., Charles Ballard b. 17 June 
1852; and Emma Gertrude Ballard b. Sept. 
1855, m. Henry D. Stone of Boston, who d. 25 
June 1913. 

Benjamin Stackpole (Stephen*, James% Philip-, JamesO 
was born in Somersworth, now Rollinsford, N. H., 13 Oct. 
1791. He was a soldier in the War of 1812, at the battle of 
Plattsburgh, where he settled as a lumberman and farmer. 
He married (1) 1816, Phoebe Norcross, who was born 28 
March 1797 and died 17 March 1817 at Plattsburgh, N. Y., 
(2) 2 May 1818, Candace Norcross, sister of his first wife, 
who was born in Plattsburgh 17 Jan. 1793 and died 24 Feb. 
1872 in Altona, N. Y. He d. 14 Feb. 1864 in Saranac, N. Y. 
One son by first marriage 

241. Stephen b. 17 March 1817; m. Nancy C. Clifford. 


Children by second marriage 

242. Phoebe b. 6 April 1819 ; m. Joseph Roberts. 

243. Thomas b. 23 March 1820; m. Sarah Stackpole, 

his cousin. 
Elizabeth Ann b. 8 April 1822 ; m. George Darrah ; 
d. 5 Feb. 1890. 

244. William Warren b. 13 Oct. 1824; m. Laura A. 

Felton, (2) Climena Hodges. 

245. Frederick Halsey b. 14 Oct. 1826; m. Annis 

John M. b. 20 June 1828. Unm. Educated at 

Concord Biblical Institute, N. H. Teacher and 

preacher in Idaho. Died at Chataugay Lake, 

N. Y., 19 Feb. 1891. 
Lydia b. 16 Oct. 1831; m. James Pinkham of 

Saranac, N. Y. Deceased. 
Margaret b. 21 May 1834; m. Harmon Darrah of 

Peru, N. Y.; d. 11 Feb. 1895. 
James b. 9 May 1837. Unm. Deceased. 

Ann Stackpole (Stephens James% Philip-, James^ was 
born in what is now Rollinsford, N. H., 11 April 1794. She 
married, 18 May 1814, in Berwick, Me., Jacob Perkins, who 
was born in Sanford, Me., 12 March 1793 and died in 
Kennebunk, Me., 17 Aug. 1852. For many years he was a 
ship-builder at Kennebunk Landing. She died in Kenne- 
bunk 27 May 1865. 

Temple H. Perkins b. 21 Feb. 1815; d. 14 May 

246. Esther Ann Perkins b. 17 July 1817; m. George 

W. Stover. 

Mary Jane Perkins b. in Sanford 30 June 1820; 
m. 28 Nov. 1853, Luther Day ; d. 20 Aug. 1855. 

Arabella M. Perkins b. in Kennebunk 16 June 
1822 ; m. 5 Dec. 1853, Moses M. Day, brother 
of Luther. He d. in Lawrence, Mass., 8 June 
1896. She d. in Lawrence 25 May 1901. Ch., 
Jacob Perkins Day b. 24 July 1855, d. 19 April 
1870 ; Fannie Ella Day b. 10 July, d. 25 Aug. 

Thomas Stone Perkins b. 5 July 1824 ; d. 7 April 



Nathan Stackpole (Stephen*, James^ Philip^ James^) 
was born in Berwick, Me., 7 May 1796. He married at 
Portsmouth, N. H., 19 Aug. 1819, Eliza Perkins of Dover, 
N. H., where she was born 9 April 1800. He died at 
Newmarket, N. H., 31 July 1869. She died 30 Aug. 1878. 

247. Charles Perkins b. 15 July 1820; m. Emily 


248. Jane Warren b. 20 Dec. 1822; m. Benjamin F. 


249. William Warren b. 14 March 1825 ; m. Elizabeth 

250. John Temple b. 3 April 1827; m. Sarah Maria 


251. Nathan b. 19 Dec. 1829 ; m. Ruth Foss. 

252. Reuben b. 10 May 1832 ; m. Lydia M. Jepson. 
George H. b. 3 July 1834 ; d. 7 Sept. 1834. 

253. Mary Eliza b. 27 July 1835; m. William M. 



Reuben Stackpole (Stephen*, James^ Philip^ JamesO 
died in Boston 22 April 1832, aged 33 years. He married, 
16 Nov. 1823, Eliza Hayward in Boston. She married (2) 
3 July 1836, Joshua Sherman and died 30 Nov. 1878. 

Sarah S. b. 15 May 1825 ; m. 18 Jan. 1843, Thomas 
D. Strand. Ch., Thomas W., B. Frank, Albert 
N., and Edward S., besides two that died in 
infancy. She lived at Haverhill, Mass., with 
her son Edward. 

Esther A. b. 4 Sept. 1827 ; m. 25 Dec. 1842, Obed 
W. Bartlett; d. s. p. 14 Oct. 1896. 


Paul Stackpole (Stephen*, James^ Philip^, James^ was 
born 27 Oct. 1800. He married Susan Chick, who was born 
10 Jan. 1794. Moved to Dannemora, N. Y. He died in 
Chicago 31 Dec. 1879. She died in Dannemora 11 Oct. 1878. 

George b. abt. 1805, m. Mercy Hawkins, Hewitts- 
ville, N. Y. 3 ch., Ezekiel, Frances and . 


Paul m. and had four children. Went west. 
Mary Ann m. James Smith. 8 ch. She d. and he 
m. again and went west. 

254. Sarah b. 8 Aug. 1831; m. (1) Mr. Thompson, (2) 

John H. Turner. 

Eliza Stackpole (Stephen*, James^ Philip-, James^ born 
at the old homestead in what is now Rollinsford, N. H., 7 
Feb. 1808, married 15 Dec. 1826, Samuel Dorr, who was 
born in Somersworth, N. H., 9 Jan. 1806 and died 2 April 
1846. She died 6 July 1888. 

255. Frederick A. Dorr b. 7 Oct. 1827 ; m. Mary Hobbs 


James Dorr b. 27 Dec. 1829, d. 28 July 1901. 

Stephen Dorr b. 27 Dec. 1829. Deceased. 

Caroline S. Dorr, died in infancy. 

Moses P. Dorr, died in infancy. 

Charles Dorr, died in infancy. 

Eliza A. Dorr; m. Addis Luke of S. Berwick, Me. 
He d. Oct. 1902. Ch., Addis E. Luke m. Ella 

E. ; and Cora Luke b. 1863, m. Herbert 

Ferguson. Mrs. Eliza A. Luke d. 13 March 
1917 at S. Berwick, Me. 

Julia F. Dorr b. 25 Nov. 1845 ; m. Hanscom ; 

d. 17 May 1894. 

Mary E. Dorr b. 25 Nov. 1845 ; d. Jan. 1893. 


Esther Stackpole (Stephen*, James% Philip^, JamesO 
was born 22 Oct. 1815 and married Michael Murphy of 
Eliot, Me., 11 Nov. 1832. He was born 3 April 1812 and 
died 15 Nov. 1893. She died in S. Berwick, Me., 4 March 

Charles W. Murphy b. 10 Nov. 1833 ; m. 18 Feb. 

1854 Rosetta Durgin; d. at S. Berwick 3 Sept. 

1899. Ch., Charles E. Murphy, Nellie J. 

Murphy and Annie H. Murphy, who m. Lionel 

Williams. Mrs. Williams deceased. 
Mary Ann Murphy b. 17 Jan. 1836; m. 17 Jan. 

1856, John M. Dore of Somersworth, N. H. 

Seven ch. He d. 2 March 1910. 


Hiram P. Murphy b. 15 Feb. 1838; m. 19 May 
1866, Clara A. Hubbard, Dorchester, Mass. 
He d. 1 Feb. 1914. He served four years in 
the Civil War. One son, George E. Murphie, 
b. in Dover, N. H., 25 Aug. 1870 ; m. 15 Oct. 
1895, Maude W. Runnals. They have a son, 
Harold Hubbard Murphie, b. 5 Sept. 1896. 
See Military Record. 

Fidelia S. Murphy b. 22 Aug. 1840; m. 23 July 
1870, Charles H. Goodwin of S. Berwick, Me., 
b. 20 Sept. 1837. She d. 25 Feb. 1911. Ch., 
Arthur W. Goodwin b. 25 July 1873, Isabel 
Goodwin b. 9 Jan 1876, d. 16 May 1879, 
George W. Goodwin b. 30 Sept. 1878. 

Ichabod Stackpole (Stephen*, James% Philip-, JamesO 
was born in Somersworth, now Rollinsford, N. H., 29 March 
1820. He married 23 June 1850, Maria Jenks, who was 
born in Conway, N. H., 24 Feb. 1819 and died at Lee, N. H., 
6 March 1894. He died 21 Sept. 1863 in Eliot, Me. She 
married (2) John Lane of Lee, N. H. 

Minerva b. 26 April 1851; m. (1) 17 Nov. 1869, 

Charles B. Abbott, (2) James G. W. Davis. 

She d. 21 Aug. 1913. Ch., Alice M. Abbott b. 

19 Oct. 1870, m. 3 Jan. 1900, Hon. James A. 

Edgerly of Somersworth who d. 8 Feb. 1908; 

Clara B. Abbott b. 13 Nov. 1872, m. 8 Nov. 

1905, George W. Frost of Berwick, Me. ; Harry 

A. Davis b. 9 Dec. 1879, Dartmouth 1902, m. 

14 June 1905, Lillian Harding; Charles J. 

Davis b. 7 July 1888. 
Charles E. b. 4 Nov. 1852. Farmer in Lee, N. H. 

George b. 12 June 1856. Unm. 

Dominicus Stackpole (Stephen*, James^ Philip^ James^ 
was born in Somersworth, now Rollinsford, N. H., 29 March 
1820. He married (1) 24 Aug. 1844, Sarah C, daughter of 
Jonathan and Sarah Wood, born in Fitchburg, Mass. 
Divorced. She married (2) 7 Sept. 1858, Frederick A. 
Parker in Gardner, Mass. Dominicus Stackpole married 


(2) 19 April 1856 in Holyoke, Mass., Sarah A., daughter of 
Charles Thompson, born 1836 in Somersworth. He died in 
Dover, N. H., 16 Dec. 1892. Two daughters by the first 
marriage died young. By the second marriage he had 

William Daniel E. b. in Lowell; m. Ida Ellis in 
Springfield, Mass., and had a son, Walter, who 
was b. in Manchester, N. H., 16 Jan. 1891 and 
d. in Medway, Mass., 14 June 1893. He m. (2) 
21 May 1907, Maria S. Runnels. He was then 
an optician of Hillsborough, N. H. He had a 
daughter b. in Newton, N. H., 6 Oct. 1885. 
He d. 31 Oct. 1911 at the State Hospital, 
Concord, N. H., aged 45-4-12. It may have 
been his son, Charles S. Stackpole, who was 
struck by a railroad train at Durham, N. H., 
and killed 3 Jan. 1911, aged 20-3-5. 

Charles b. 1869 ; m. perhaps Mary Stickney. A 
daughter was b. in Manchester, N. H., 4 June 

Mary Elizabeth Stackpole (Stephen*, James% Philip-, 
JamesO born 18 Jan. 1828, married (1) John Furber of 
Newmarket, N. H. He went to the gold diggings in 
Australia and was never heard from. She married (2) 
Nathaniel Robinson, who died 22 Nov. 1891. She died 21 
Feb. 1895. 

Herbert Robinson b. 1862 ; m. Sally Taylor who d. 

13 Aug. 1913. Res., Medford, Mass. 5 


Walter Robinson. Res., Maiden, Mass. 

Nathaniel Robinson d. 1919. 

Fred Robinson. Res., Medford, Mass. Served 
as private in World War. 

Margery Robinson m. 1919 Morrill. Res., 


Elizabeth Robinson, living in Medford, Mass. 
Fred Robinson b. 1864. Married. 

Edwin Lord Stackpole (Stephen*, James^ Philip^, 
JamesO was born in what is now Rollinsford, N. H., 8 July 


1830. He married, 14 July 1849, Mary Jane Welch of York, 
Me., born 9 Dec. 1830. Lived in S. Berwick, Me., and 
Rollinsford, N. H. He died 21 Jan. 1883. His widow mar- 
ried, 16 Oct. 1896, Albert S. Smith of Hampton Falls, N. H. 
She died 30 April 1906. 

255. Mary b. 10 May 1852 ; m. Frank H. Spinney. 
George Edwin b. 15 Jan. 1854; m. 3 Aug. 1871, 

Rosille Chadwick, who d. 5 March 1914 in 
Salem, N. H. One daughter, Annie Etta, b. 18 
March 1872, m. 3 May 1893, Reuben H. Page 
of Tilton, N. H., who d. 8 April 1912. Ch., 
Ralph Page b. 15 April 1894, Harold Winfred 
Page b. 8 March 1902, and Mildred Frances 
Page b. 8 Jan. 1911. 

Luella Abby b. 25 Oct. 1856; m. 30 Nov. 1880, 
John H. Houghton of Westmoreland, N. H., 
who was b. 22 Oct. 1857 and d. 24 Feb. 1901. 
An active business man in Boston and New 
York. No ch. She m. (2) 11 March 1909, 
Willard Bill Jr. b. 14 Oct. 1839 in Westmore- 
land, N. H., who d. 22 May 1919. He was a 
teacher, selectman, representative, county 
commissioner, justice of the peace and leader 
in his town. 

Ellora Frances b. 29 Dec. 1858 ; m. 21 Sept. 1909, 
Albert S. Smith of Hampton Falls, N. H. She 
d. s. p. 24 Sept. 1919. 

Oria E. b. 24 June 1861; m. Jan. 1886, Frank H. 
Spinney. See No. 255. 

Josie Lena b. 4 Feb. 1863; m. 6 Feb. 1883, 
Frederick Gould of Lynn, Mass. She d. 28 
Jan. 1920. 

Fred Everett Gould b. 27 April 1884. 
Lila Delano Gould b. 25 July 1886 ; m. 22 Feb. 
1909 Clarence Alverdo Ricker, b. 2 Oct. 
1879. Ch., Earle A. Ricker b. 22 March 
1911, Beatrice L. Ricker b. 28 April 1913. 
Vera Frances Gould b. 2 July 1897. 
Clyde Stackpole Gould b. 27 Feb. 1899. 

Wilmont Ellsworth b. 21 Jan. 1865 ; m. Feb. 1889, 
Cora Linscott, West Derry, N. H. He d. 9 
Feb. 1916 in Manchester, N. H. One dau., 
Grace Agnes b. Feb. 1890. 

256. Freeland Everett b. 18 Aug. 1867; m. Alice E. 




Maria Lord Stackpole (Stephen^ James'-, Philip-, 
JamesO was born 8 July 1830, twin to Edwin Lord 
Stackpole. She married, 2 Nov. 1853, George Christenson, 
born in Bergen, Norway, 30 Nov. 1826. Shipbuilder at 
Kennebunkport, Me. He d. 3 March 1891. She died 3 
March 1905. 

George Edwin Christenson b. 25 Aug. 1856 ; d. 20 
Oct. 1859. 

WilHam M. Christenson b. 23 June 1859; m. 16 
July 1881, Mary L. Emery. One daughter, 
Fannie Christenson b. 29 Jan. 1882, m. 27 June 
1903, Elmer D. Zahn of Kittery, Me., and has 
ch., Muriel Gertrude Zahn b. 6 July 1905, and 
Geneva Emma b. 8 March 1907. Divorced. 
She m. (2) 25 Oct. 1913, Wilham Henry 
Morton of Portsmouth, N. H., who legally 
adopted his wife's children and changed their 
name to Morton. 

Charles Christenson b. 25 June 1863; d. 11 Sept. 

Emma S. Christenson b. 26 Nov. 1864. 

Fannie Maria Christenson b. 11 May 1867; d. 19 
Dec. 1876. 

Lizzie B. Christenson b. 4 Nov. 1869; d. 16 Aug. 



Samuel Stackpole (SamueP, James*, John% John^ 
James^), born 11 Sept. 1785, married, 1805, Huldah, 
daughter of Asa Phillips of Winslow, Me. He moved to 
Monticello, Me., in 1833, and served that town several years 
as assessor, selectman, collector of taxes and treasurer. He 
was sergeant in the War of 1812. Died 25 June 1870. His 
wife died 8 Feb. 1881. Eight children. 

257. Emulus b. 13 Dec. 1806 ; m. Mary Ann Wellington. 
Emily b. 18 Oct. 1809; m. Dec. 1835, Hanford 

Wolhaupter; d. 1 Nov. 1895. Res., Bloomfield, 
N. B. Ch., Charles, Mary, Samuel, Harriet, 
Caroline, and Benjamin. 

258. Harris G. b. 1 May 1812 ; m. Rachel Moore. 
Betsey b. 23 Jan. 1815; m. 1840, Noah L. Furbush 

and moved to Lynn, Mass., where he was a 
manufacturer of soap. He died in 1891. 
Five ch. 
Charlotte b. 29 Jan. 1819 ; m. 1851, Christopher C. 
Bradbury, b. 18 April 1821. She d. in Monti- 
cello, Me., 21 Feb. 1859. Three ch. 
Rebecca A. Bradbury b. 9 May 1852. 
Samuel S. Bradbury b. 30 July 1854. 
Bayard T. Bradbury b. 5 Nov. 1857; died in 

259. Hiram b. 16 May 1821; m. Ceha Luce, (2) Lizzie 

Sarah Ann b. 27 Feb. 1824 ; m. 3 Dec. 1852, Lewis 

B. Johnson of Houlton, Me.; d. 1876. One 

daughter, Alice Johnson, m. George Pray of 

Gardiner, Me. 
Helen b. 28 May 1826 ; d. 20 Nov. 1862. Unm. 

Joseph Stackpole (Samuel^ James% John% John^ 
JamesO, born in Albion, Me., 17 Feb. 1789, married Betsey 


E. Wiggin, born in China, Me., 4 Aug. 1792 and died in 
Plymouth, Me., 9 March 1868. He died in Plymouth 29 
March 1869. Farmer. 

260. Elbridge G. b. 12 July 1812 ; m. Julia Ann Heald. 

261. Horace H. b. 4 Nov. 1814; m. Ruhama Pushor. 

262. Hill b. 1816; m. Emeline Webber. 

263. Obed W. b. 18 Dec. 1822 ; m. Eliza Jane Gerow. 
Laura b. Nov. 1821; m. Thomas Barbrick of 

Plymouth, Me.; d. 24 June 1853. Ch., Jane, 
Mary, William, John and Annie. 
Sophia, died 9 May 1849, aged 30-7-9. Unm. 

264. Nelson b. 13 Feb. 1828 ; m. Betsey Robinson. 
Joseph Henry b. 13 May 1834; m. (1) 7 Dec. 1859, 

Harmony M. Hill of Pa. (2) 16 May 1877, 
Mrs. M. J. Early of Pa. Res., Titusville, Pa. 
No ch. He d. 
Mehitabel b. 28 Dec. 1835; m. (1) James Gray, 
(2) Barker Baker. Ch., Helen Gray b. 12 Oct. 
1852, deceased ; Matilda Gray b. 28 May 1856, 
m. Clarence W. Miller, b. 27 May 1850 and 
had ch., Jason, Annie, Minnie, Grover, Bertha, 
Esther and Ernest; James Gray b. 12 Jan. 

James Stackpole (SamueP, James*, John^ John-, James^ 
was born at Winslow, Me., 15 April 1791. He married, in 
Albion, Me., 19 June 1818 Sophia Shedd, v^^ho v^^as born in 
Norridgewock, Me., 28 March 1798 and died 9 Sept. 1880. 
He died in Portland, Me., 7 April 1862. Seven ch. 

Alfred b. in Albion 25 July 1819 ; m. 8 Nov. 1846, 
Phebe Hackett; d. s. p. in Portland, Me., 14 
Oct. 1897. She d. 21 Sept. 1890. 

Harriet Tirrell b. 23 Aug. 1821 ; d. 23 April 1894. 

Cyrus b. 12 Oct. 1823 ; drowned 31 May 1838. 

Emeline Warren b. 28 July 1831 ; d. 14 Feb. 1890. 

265. Deha Tarbell b. 15 March 1834; m. John H. 

Mary Frances b. 10 Sept. 1838. Teacher in 

Portland for many years. 
Lucy Shedd b. 26 June 1842 ; d. 1 Jan. 1896. Unm. 



William Stackpole (SamueP, JamesS John^ John% 
JamesO was born in Winslow, Me., 14 June 1794. He mar- 
ried in Stillwater, Me., Abigail Follansbee, who was born 
in Newbury, Mass., 15 May 1796 and died 17 Feb. 1861. He 
was a farmer on the old homestead at Albion, Me., and 
died 29 Sept. 1874. 

266. William Augustus b. 25 Nov. 1825; m. CaroHne 
John Franklin b. 11 Feb. 1827; m. (1) 17 Nov. 
1850, Lydia Farnum, who was b. 12 April 1828 
and d. 31 Aug. 1852, (2) Mary Jane Abbott 
of Albion. He was killed at Gettysburg 4 July 
1863. No ch. Widow m. 26 Nov. 1866, 
William, son of Oliver Stackpole, of Boston. 
Clementine b. 16 Sept. 1831 ; m. James Fowler Jr. ; 
d. Dec. 1869. 3 ch. 

Arthur Follansbee Fowler b. 4 May 1854; m. 
Mrs. Minnie Miller. Res., Kendall, 
Florence Louise Fowler b. 1 Nov. 1859 ; m. 19 
Nov. 1885, Aimer Warren Pottle. He d. 26 
Feb. 1897. 4 ch. 
Vincent Fowler Pottle b. 3 July 1891. See 

Military Record. 
Helen Blanchard Pottle b. 1 Aug. 1893 ; d. 

30 April 1914. 
Arthur Warren Pottle b. 28 March 1895. 

See Military Record. 
Frances Clementine Pottle b. 24 Aug. 1896. 
Abbie Jane Fowler b. 19 Jan. 1862; m. 10 
April 1900, Hannibal Russell. No ch. 
Res., Farmington, Me. 
Mary Matilda b. 7 Dec. 1833; m. Elias Craig 
Fowler of Unity, Me., who d. 7 Aug. 1910. She 
d. 31 Jan. 1917. 


Jotham Stackpole (SamueP, James*, John^ John^, 
JamesO was born in Fairfax, now Albion, Me., 30 July 
1802. He married, 18 Dec. 1828, in Orrington, Me., Naomi 
S. Harding, who was born in Chatham, Mass., 2 Oct. 1806. 
He was drowned in the Penobscot river 6 May 1831. His 


widow married 30 Aug. 1833, John Crowell Jr., who was 
born in Chatham, Mass., 21 Jan. 1806 and died in Orono, 
Me., 6 Sept. 1853. She died in Orono 22 May 1891. Jotham 
Stackpole had one child 

Mary J. b. in Orono 17 Sept. 1829 ; m. 10 March 
1855, Warren W. Hincks, who was b. in N. 
Bucksport, Me., 6 May 1831 and was lost at 
sea on Nantucket Shoal 16 Oct. 1866. She m. 
(2) in Orono, 24 Oct. 1888, Alanson Kenney, 
b. in Dixfield, Me., 19 Nov. 1812. He d. 2 Jan. 
1902. She d. in 1907. 

Isaac Spencer Stackpole (SamueP, JamesS John^ John^, 
JamesO was born in Fairfax, now Albion, Me., 8 Jan. 1805. 
Physician. He married, 3 Jan. 1835, Judith Anne Potter, 
born in Glenville, N. Y., 24 Aug. 1815. She died 31 May 
1849. He died 5 April 1864. Six ch. 

Isadore b. in Glenville, N. Y., 26 Dec. 1835; d. 28 

April 1838. 
Isabella Graham, b. in Charlotte, N. Y., 29 Sept. 

1837 ; m. 25 Dec. 1862, Franklin G. Harriman 

of Bangor, Me.; d. 3 April 1893 in Bangor, 

leaving two ch. 
Mary Lucinda b. in Charlotte, N. Y., 9 Sept. 1839 ; 

m. 24 Feb. 1863, Samuel W. Creigh, (2) 

Frederick Hoffman. 
Olive Frances b. in Bangor, Me., 28 April 1841; 

d. 26 June 1842. 
Emily Melville Cox b. in Bangor 8 March 1843 ; m. 

21 May 1878, Lewis Blake Johnson of 

Houlton, Me. He d. in 1919. 
Charles Edward b. in Bangor 15 June 1845; m. 

Louisa Lake. Had a son and a daughter. Was 

at Puget Sound when last heard from. 


Jonah Crosby Stackpole (SamueP, James*, John^ John-, 
James^ was born in Fairfax, now Albion, Me., 27 Nov. 
1808. He married Hepsibah B. Roundy. He was buried at 
Butler, Kentucky, 17 Aug. 1895. She was born in Clinton, 


Me., 1 Nov. 1815 and died at Sidney, Me., and was buried 
at Newburg, Me., 27 March 1892. They were married at 
Clinton, 1833. He was a mechanic and resided forty years 
at Newburg, Me. She was daughter of Job and Hannah 
(Harriman) Roundy. 

Hannah Elizabeth b. at Clinton 4 Dec. 1834; m. 

John F. Marco; d. s. p. at Newburg 3 Nov. 

Jotham Hill b. at Clinton 25 March 1836; d. at 

Waterville, Me., 2 Sept. 1839. 

267. Isadora D. b. in Winslow, Me., 26 April 1839; m. 

Charles H. Ring; d. at Charlestown, Mass., 
1875. Ch., Wilham E. Ring and Mary Eliza- 
beth Ring, who m. Dr. William Arthur Per- 
rins of Jamaica Plain, Mass, 
Martha Pettigrew b. in Newburg, Me., 12 Dec. 
1843 ; m. Isaac Wendal McDonald who enlisted 
8 Nov. 1861 in 13th Me. Vol., served two years 
and a half and was discharged for loss of 
right arm in battle. He was a constable of 
Boston many years. He d. in Bangor, Me., 28 
Aug. 1889. She d. June 1914. 

268. George Winslow b. in Newburg, Me., 25 Dec. 1845 ; 

m. Lizzie Kirby. 

Melissa b. 22 April 1848; d. 20 May 1848. 

Gustavus Franklin b. 14 Feb. 1851; d. 6 Sept. 

269. Edward Everett b. 29 Dec. 1852; m. Kate 

Effie, twin to last, d. 3 Sept. 1861. 


Charles H. Stackpole (John% James*, John^ John^, 
JamesO born 16 Aug. 1804, married, 1848, Hannah 
Butterfield of Waterville, Me., and died 9 Aug. 1867. One 

George b. 10 Aug. 1850, d. in Portland, Me., 7 Oct. 
1915; m. 31 Dec. 1871, Mary Atwood of 
Fairfield, Me., b. 27 Jan. 1849. Ch., Grace 
Atwood b. 12 March 1872, and AHce Mabel b. 
8 Jan. 1875, d. 7 Jan. 1892. 



William Henry Stackpole (Jothan Hiir*, James*, John', 
John-, James') born 5 Nov. 1819, married 9 Sept. 1841, 
Mary Roby Linnell of Skowhegan, Me. He died in Chicago, 
111., 20 July 1854. She died in Providence, R. L, 27 Feb. 
1902, aged 85. Tvv^o daughters. 

Sarah Elizabeth b. 30 March 1843; m. 30 June 
1874, Delos C. Wood of Providence, R. I. She 
d. 3 March 1895. 

Frances Amelia b. 21 March 1846; m. (1) 27 Nov. 
1863, William T. Smith of Chelsea, Mass., (2) 
April 1876, John C. Knowles of Providence, 
R. I. She d. 17 June 1883. One daughter by 
first marriage, Marion Weston Smith, vi^ho m. 
Charles Underhill M.D. of Boston and had a 
daughter, Mary Underhill. 


Elizabeth Stackpole ( Jotham Hill% James*, John% John^, 
James^) born 14 Oct. 1825, married 22 Feb. 1854, Marshall 
N. Soule, born in Waterville, Me. 12 Sept. 1833. 

William Henry Soule b. 22 Feb. 1855 ; m. 15 Feb. 

1874 Annette Gulliver of Winslow, Me. 
Albert Nye Soule b. Feb. 1857; m. Aug. 1879, 

Georgianna Gulliver of Winslov^^. 
Nelhe Williams Soule b. 12 Nov. 1858 ; m. 2 Dec. 

1875 Samuel Albert Field of Waterville, Me. 
Julia Adele Soule b. 21 June 1860; m. 2 Dec. 1878, 

John Warren Burr of Waterville, Me. 
Harriet Carroll Soule b. 20 Nov. 1862 ; m. 7 April 

1888, William A. Carr of Waterville, Me. ; m. 

(2) Haynes. She d. 12 Dec. 1907. 

Mary Elizabeth Soule b. 19 Nov. 1864 ; m. 14 Feb. 

1885, Ralph L. Partridge of Waterville, Me. 
Porter Hall Soule b. 13 July 1869; m. Gertrude 

Bragg of Vassalboro, Me. 

Mary Fairfield Stackpole (Jotham HilP, James*, John% 
Johns JamesO born 3 Jan. 1833, married, 23 Feb. 1853, 
Joseph M. Nudd of Waterville, Me. 


Frederick Dalton Nudd b. 18 Jan. 1854 ; m. March 

1875, Sarah Elizabeth Shaw of Albion, Me. 
Emma Lindley Nudd b. 10 Oct. 1858; m. April 

1880, F. J. Connor of Sterling, Mass. Died 12 

Jan. 1895. 
Susie Carroll Nudd b. 29 Aug. 1861; m. 9 May 

1893, John Walter Stewart of Waterville, Me. 


Charles Carroll Stackpole (Jotham HilP, James*, John^, 
John^, JamesO born 7 Sept. 1836, married 25 Dec. 1861, 
Eliza A. Thompson, born at Winthrop, Me., 31 May 1844. 
Res., Winthrop, Me. He died 16 Aug. 1900. 

Nettie Louise b. 16 Oct. 1864. 

Emma Fales b. 18 Aug. 1867; m. Frank Duck- 
worth, Boise, Idaho. 

Samuel Hill b. 20 Feb. 1872; m. 15 Oct. 1892, 
Mary Bartlett El well. He was Station Agent 
at Farmington, Me., and was accidentally 
killed by an engine, 14 Dec. 1911. 


Jotham Stackpole (Jotham^ John*, John^ John^ 
JamesO, born in Biddeford, Me., 6 March 1805, married 
Elizabeth Emmons, sister to the wife of Andrew Stackpole 
of Biddeford. He died in Biddeford, May 1861. Nine ch. 

Juha A. b. 6 Aug. 1832; m. 1872, Elias Foss of 

Biddeford; d. May 1881. 
Thomas b. 3 Nov. 1834 ; d. 1882. Unm. 
Emily b. 7 Aug. 1836 ; d. about 1850. Unm. 
Lucinda b. 1840 ; d. 1866. Unm. 

270. John b. 26 June 1842 ; m. Adelaide N.Montgomery. 
Mary b. 1844 ; d. 1859. 

271. Obed F. b. 27 Feb. 1846; m. Edna E. Plaisted. 

272. Orin b. Aug. 1850 ; m. Jane Halbert. 

273. Edward L. b. 10 Jan. 1854 ; m. Mary Doyle. 

Sally Stackpole ( Andre w^ Andrew*, John^ John^, 
JamesO born in Biddeford, Me., 17 May 1816, married (1) 
Samuel Ward of Kennebunkport, Me., who died 24 Dec. 


1863, (2) Eben Rogers of Saco. She died 12 April 1903. 
Six ch., by first marriage. 

Lucy A. Ward b. in Kennebunk 3 July 1839 ; m. 12 

March 1859, John Emmons of Kennebunk. 

Ch., Lavinia, deceased, Howard, Ellen, de- 
ceased, Wilbur, Emma and Marcia. 
George Ward b. 26 Aug. 1842; m. (1) Hannah 

Maria Davis, who d. 3 Jan. 1879, (2) 15 April 

1880, Helen Rice. He d. 23 Dec. 1919. 2 ch. 

Helen Frances Ward b. 16 May 1871. 

Sarah Hannah Ward b. 12 March 1873 ; m. 15 
Sept. 1896, Capt. Frank Nunan. 2 ch. 
Sadie Maria Nunan b. 24 Sept. 1899. 
Elizabeth Ward Nunan b. 14 Jan. 1903. 
Sarah Ward b. in Kennebunkport 21 June 1849; 

m. 20 Sept. 1866, Hiram O. Proctor. One 

daughter, Mrs. Etta (Proctor) Whitney. 
Alpha Ward b. 13 April 1851 ; m. 4 April 1878, in 

Saco, Me., Sadie G. Walton of Seabrook, N. H. 


Joseph Ward, deceased. 

Harry W. Ward. 
Lydia Ward b. 31 Oct. 1855 ; m. 12 May 1874, in 

Saco, Alonzo Rice, now deceased. She d. 3 

Feb. 1920. 2 ch. 

Samuel W. Rice b. 26 July 1875; d. 20 Sept. 

Carrie A. Rice b. 29 June 1878; m. Harry S. 

Sawyer of Saco, Me. Several children. 
Christania Ward b. 4 Aug. 1858 ; m. 28 June 1876, 

Frank Proctor, (2) 12 Aug. 1919, George S. 

Coburn. 3 ch. by first marriage, Mark, Roxie, 

and Andrew Proctor. 


Huldah Stackpole ( Andre w% Andrew*, John^ John-, 

James^ born 15 April 1819, married, 1843, Stephen Seavey 

of Kennebunkport, Me., who was born 3 Sept. 1818 and 

died 2 Nov. 1880. She died in Kennebunkport 29 Dec. 1908. 

Charles Seavey b.l7 March 1844 ;m. 24 Nov. 1866, 
Olive E. Storer. Ch., George and Henry 
Seavey. The last m. Grant. 

John Seavey b. 30 Dec. 1845 ; d. 1889. 


Georgie E. Seavey b. 27 May 1853; m. 30 Nov. 

1871, George Gooch ; d. 2 Mch. 1876. 
Howard N. Seavey b. 27 July 1855; m. Theresa 

Galvin. Five ch. 
Florence Seavey b. 8 Jan. 1859 ; m. 30 Nov. 1887, 

George W. Clough. 

Jacob Emmons Stackpole (Andrew% Andrew*, John^, 
John^, JamesO, born in Kennebunk, Me., 13 Aug. 1826, 
went to California via Cape Horn in 1849, and prospected 
for gold. Served four years in the Civil War in 8rd Inf. 
Cal. Vols., for which he afterward received a pension. 
Lived in Salt Spring Valley, Calaveras county, Cal., where 
he died 6 Nov. 1907. He married, 7 June 1887, Mrs. 
Harriet A. (Sylvester) Daniels, who was born in Litchfield, 
Mich., 4 April 1852. Her parents were natives of New York 
State. One son 

George Emmons Stackpole b. at Salt Spring 
Valley, Cal., 5 Aug. 1888; m. 6 Aug. 1912, 
Josephine Gabbert; d. 19 Nov. 1914. One 
daughter, Geraldine Frances b. 23 May 1913. 
Res., Stockton, Calif. 


Charles P. Stackpole (Joseph^ Andrew*, John% John^ 
JamesO born 26 Jan. 1825, married (1) Olive Holman, who 
was born 30 March 1827 and died 5 Feb. 1855, (2) Olive 
Jane Smith, who was born 5 Oct. 1831 and died 26 April 
1891. He died in Biddeford, Me., 30 Aug. 1872. Three ch. 
by first marriage, two by second. 

274. James Henry b. 22 April 1848; m. Clara H. 

Harriet b. 1 Sept. 1849 ; m. John Edgerly. Both 
deceased. Ch., Clarence, Everett (who d. 21 
Dec. 1906, aged 34) , Minnie, Roscoe and Har- 
old. Biddeford, Me. 

275. Joseph A. b. 15 Oct. 1852; m. Cora Felker, (2) 

Mary C. Allan. 

276. Irwin Cecil b. 9 Feb. 1860; m. Alma E. Foss. 

277. Olive b. 16 April 1864 ; m. Ernest P. Foss. 



Catherine Stackpole (Joseph-', Joseph YoungS John', 
John-, JamesO born 18 Aug. 1813, married, 16 Aug. 1830, 
Amos Church of Augusta, Me., and died 30 April 1878. He 
was born 2 April 1806 and died 6 March 1885. Besides four 
who died young they had ch. 

Julia Church b. 5 Sept. 1831. Unm. 

Samuel Clifford Church b. 20 Sept. 1834; m. 29 

March 1862, Mary Merrill of Vassalboro, Me. 

He d. 8 May 1886 in Baltimore, Md. Six ch. 

Norah Church b. Dec. 1862 ; m. 1883, George 
W. O'Hara. 

Nathan Church b. 31 Oct. 1864; d. 30 Nov. 

Gertrude Church b. 27 June 1871. 

Mae M. Church b. 1882. 

Ethel Church b. 20 Feb. 1884. 

Walter Church b. 23 Feb. 1873; m. 1 June 

1896, Carrie Meyer b. July 1871. Their 

son, Clifford Whiting Church b. 12 May 


Annie Church b. 14 June 1843 ; m. 22 Aug. 1865, 

Romanzo Washburn of Natick, Mass., who was 

b. 4 July 1845 and d. March 1887, leaving two 

sons, Lorenzo Parker Washburn b. 5 Nov. 


Walter Washburn b. 24 May 1872 ; d. 12 Feb. 

Emma Church b. 6 Feb. 1848; m. 23 Sept. 1873, 
Wilson Leighton, who was b. 2 March 1843 and 
d. s. p. 26 Aug. 1893. 

Edith Langdon Church b. 12 Feb. 1860; m. 29 
Nov. 1882, Wallace S. Weeks of Vassalboro, 
Me., b. Nov. 1857. She d. 12 June 1897. Ch. 
Catherine Leighton Weeks b. 12 Feb. 1894. 
Ralph Church Weeks b. 31 May 1897. 

Amos Holt Church b. 13 Nov. 1837; m. (1) 1 Jan. 
1860, Abbie Ingraham, who was b. 1835 and d. 
9 Nov. 1880, (2) 10 Oct. 1882, Sarah Stevens. 

Ernest Church b. 2 Feb. 1864 ; d. March 1890. 

Arthur Church b. 6 Sept. 1873; m. Nov. 
1895 . 



George Washington Stackpole (Joseph^ Joseph Young*, 
John^ John% James^ born 22 Feb. 1833 in Augusta, Me., 
married, 31 Dec. 1869, Mary Jane, daughter of Benjamin P. 
and Elizabeth (Savage) Blair, sister of his brother Joseph's 
wife. She was born in Augusta 16 April 1843 and died 14 
July 1897. He died 22 Sept. 1879, killed by a boiler explo- 
sion in Pioche, Nevada, where he was engineer in a silver 
mine. Two sons 

278. George Blair b. 20 June 1871; m. Mabel S. 


279. Eugene Brickett b. 1 Jan. 1874; m. Stella A. 


Alexander Stackpole (Douglass% Samuel*, Joshua^, 
Philips JamesO was born in Dover, N. H., 12 May 1797. 
He married, 27 May 1827, Abigail Dix in Amesbury, Mass., 
and died 31 March 1852 in Salisbury, Mass. She was born 
9 March 1800 in Townsend, Mass., and died 9 Feb. 1882 in 
Haverhill, Mass. Four ch. 

280. Alexander Jr. b. 28 March 1828; m. Rhoda 


281. Andrew S. b. 14 March 1832; m. Mary Jane 

Sarah E. b. 18 March 1834; m. B. B. Russell, East 

Haverhill, Mass. No ch. 
Jonathan W. b. 4 Oct. 1837 ; d. Aug. 1838. 

Joseph Stackpole (Douglass^ Samuel*, Joshua^ Philip^, 
JamesO, born 14 May 1802, married, 11 Jan. 1827, in Dover, 
N. H., Lydia, daughter of Thomas and Mary (Roberts) 
Wentworth, who was born 5 May 1804 and died 14 Aug. 
1885 in Waltham, Mass. He died 14 June 1881 in Chicopee, 
Mass. He lived for many years at Great Falls, now Somers- 
worth, N. H., where he was a shoe-manufacturer and deacon 
in the Cong, church. Moved to Chicopee, Mass. Seven ch. 

James Frederic d. 18 Nov. 1834, aged 11 weeks, 
2 days. 


Charles F. E. d. 14 Oct. 1843, aged 4-3-8. 
Sarah Frances b. 21 Oct. 1829 ; m. 3 March 1873, 
Samuel F. Scamman. 

282. Thomas W. b. 23 Sept. 1831 ; m. Caroline Knapp. 
Joseph Edward b. 9 Jan. 1836 ; m. Jennie Thomp- 
son. Had one son, Charles Edward b. 16 July 

James W. b. 30 Nov. 1843; d. 30 April 1880 in 

Anaheim, Cal. 
Anna Ellen b. 13 Oct. 1845 ; d. 30 July 1859. 

Greenleaf Stackpole (Douglass', Samuel*, Joshua% 
Philip-, JamesO, born 6 Feb. 1806 in Rochester, N. H., mar- 
ried, 8 Nov. 1832, Olive, daughter of Abram and Sarah 
(Allen) Header of Ellsworth, Me., who was born 16 Feb. 
1814. Farmer in Ellsworth. Nine ch. 

283. Greenleaf b. 12 July 1833 ; m. Malinda Rice. 
Amos b. 26 Aug. 1836 ; lost at sea 29 Oct. 1866. 
Sarah b. 7 Sept. 1837 ; m. 29 March 1863, Charles 

Sinclair of Surry, Me. 7 ch., Imogene m. 
Charles Woodman and d. July 1895, leaving 
two ch.; Malinda m. Webster Jellison; Amos; 
Greenleaf; Charles; Olive; and Ellen. 
Harriet A. b. 26 May 1840; m. 11 Jan. 1868, 
George Ober of Ellsworth, Me. Ch., Kate Ober 
b. 29 May 1872, m. A. J. McGowen of Ells- 
worth and had one child b. 8 Sept. 1895 ; Grace 
Ober b. 16 July 1874. 

284. Sharrington P. b. 26 Jan. 1842 ; m. 30 May 1866, 

Octavia Treworgy of Surry, Me. 

285. Alexander b. 13 Aug. 1844 ; m. Mary D. Witham, 

(2) Augusta Caspar. 
Sebastiana b. 10 June 1847; d. 15 April 1906 in 

Somerville, Mass. Unm. 
Catherine b. 9 May 1849 ; m. 14 May 1875, Alfred 

Debeck of Clifton, Me., who d. 16 May 1887. 

Ch., Rolfe Debeck d. in infancy ; Lloyd Debeck 

b. 22 April 1886. 

286. Joseph A. b. 24 May 1851 ; m. Eliza Caspar. 

John Douglass Stackpole (Douglass% Samuel*, Joshua^ 
Philip-, JamesO was born 18 Feb. 1811 in Boscawen, N. H. 


He married, 13 May 1832, Mary Jane Woodman of Bos- 
cawen, who was born 6 Dec. 1809 and died 20 June 1880. 
Captain in the militia, farmer and mail-carrier. He died 
28 Nov. 1878 at Hill, N. H. 

287. Charles Harper b. 9 Sept. 1835; m. Ann Eliza 


288. John Page b. 8 July 1840 ; m. Abbie C. Rogers, (2) 

Almena J. Calley. 

289. George Dallas b. 17 June 1842; m. Celeste Jane 

Helen Maria b. 30 April 1845 ; d. 29 Dec. 1857. 
Emily Irena b. 19 July 1847 ; d. 3 Jan. 1858. 

Ann Elmira Stackpole (Thomas% Samuel*, Joshua% 
Philip-, JamesO, born at Berwick, Me., 19 Jan. 1800, mar- 
ried 17 March 1821, at N. Berwick, Me., John Damon Lang, 
who was born 14 May 1799 at Gardiner, Me. They moved 
to Vassalboro, Me., about 1841. He was a cloth-dresser 
and manufacturer. He was a preacher of the Society of 
Friends and was appointed by the U. S. Government one 
of the Indian Commissioners. He died 18 May 1879 at 
Vassalboro. She died 17 March 1879. 

290. Louisa Lockwood Lang b. 25 Sept. 1822; m. 

Charles Osborne. 

Thomas Stackpole Lang b. 16 June 1826; m. (1) 
Ellen Southwick, (2) at Brooks, Me., Mary 
Varney; d. 18 June 1895 at The Dalles, 
Oregon. Second wife d. 28 Jan. 1916, aged 85. 
2 ch. by second marriage, born at N. Vassal- 
boro, Me. Res., The Dalles, Oregon. 
Anne Margaret Lang b. 17 Nov. 1861. 
Elizabeth Louisa Lang b. 6 May 1865. 

Sarah Elmira Lang b. 21 Sept. 1828 ; d. 28 May 

Irana Lang b. 7 Nov. 1830 ; d. 18 Nov. 1836. 

291. Theodate Stackpole Lang b. 2 Feb. 1833; m. 

Joshua L. Baily. 
Mary Irana Lang b. 10 Sept. 1836 ; d. 13 Dec. 1845. 
John Alton Lang b. 27 Jan. 1840 at N. Berwick, 

Me. ; m. 20 Nov. 1861, Carrie R. Drummond b. 

23 Aug. 1841 at Winslow, Me. Manufacturer 


at Waterville, Me. He d. 8 Jan. 1919. Only 
daughter, Sarah Drummond Lang b. 17 Feb. 

John Stackpole (Thomas', Samuel*, Joshua"-, Philip^, 
JamesO born at N. Berwick, Me., 27 Sept. 1801, married, 
March 1828, at S. Hampton, N. H., Henrietta Chase, who 
was born 13 July 1809 at Seabrook, N. H. He died March 
1860 at Seabrook. 

Thomas b. 11 July 1829; d. s. p. at Washington, 
D. C, March 1872. He was usher at the White 
House under Presidents Pierce and Lincoln, 
and steward under President Johnson. 

Charles b. 17 Feb. 1831 at Newton, Mass. Unm. 
Norridgewock, Me. Died 19 Dec. 1910. 

Ann Maria b. 13 April 1833 at Seabrook, N. H.; 
m. 29 Feb. 1852, Horatio G. Tilton at Ports- 
mouth, N. H. Skowhegan, Me. Ch. 
Charles Edward Tilton b. 15 Oct. 1858. 
Fred Thomas Tilton b. 28 Sept. 1861. 
George Augustus Tilton b. 21 Sept. 1866. 

Lydia b. 9 Oct. 1837; m. George T. Tilton of 
Norridgewock, Me., Nov. 1856. She d. s. p. 18 
March 1864 at Old Town, Me. 

Peter Morrell Stackpole (Thomas^ Samuel*, Joshua^ 
Philip^, JamesO was born 5 May 1803 and married, 30 May 
1828, at Vassalboro, Me., Mary Dow, who was born 22 July 
1808 and died 8 Aug. 1900. He died 12 Nov. 1848. Mer- 
chant and manufacturer. Six ch. 

292. Thomas b. 2 Jan. 1830 ; m. Frances S. Buckius. 
Lydia Mower b. 24 Oct. 1831 ; m. 17 Nov. 1852 at 

Vassalboro, Asa C. Tuttle of Dover, N. H. She 
d. 27 Nov. 1868. Two sons. 
Walter Sawyer Tuttle b. 28 Jan. 1859. 
Thomas Edward Tuttle b. 28 Dec. 1862. 

293. Edward Southwick b. 27 Oct. 1834; m. Adelaide 

F. Brown, (2) Mary A. McKinstry. 
Elmira Lang b. 28 Aug. 1837 ; d. 12 Nov. 1838. 
Alton Morrell b. 18 June 1841 ; d. 5 Jan. 1873 in 

New Orleans, La. 


Sarah Myra b. 24 July 1848; m. (1) at Ports- 
mouth, N. H., 20 Nov. 1866, George Evans 
Atwood of Gardiner, Me., who was b. 2 Jan. 
1842 and d. 27 Oct. 1866. A daughter, Mary 
Emily Stackpole Atwood b. 5 Dec. 1867 d. 25 
Oct. 1871. She m. (2) 30 Sept. 1891, at 
Amesbury, Mass., Edward Herrick Rowell. 
No ch. "Uplands", Amesbury, Mass. 


Theodate Stackpole (Thomas^ Samuel*, Joshua^ Philip^ 
JamesO born 14 March 1805, married, 2 Jan. 1834, Alton 
Pope of N. Berwick, Me., and d. 28 May 1887. He lived and 
died in Cleveland, Ohio. 

Ellen Maria Pope b. 6 Nov. 1834. 
294. Edward Cobb Pope b. 22 Jan. 1836; m. Mary E. 

John L. Pope b. 13 June 1837 ; m. 13 June 1865, 

Fanny Whipple, Cleveland, 0. 
Alfred A. Pope b. 4 July 1842; m. Ada Brooks. 

Rem. to Farmington, Conn, and d. 5 Aug. 1913. 

She d. 6 May 1920. 
Sarah Pope b. 19 Aug. 1843 ; d. 3 Sept. 1843. 


Miriam Stackpole (Thomas% Samuel*, Joshua^ Philips 
JamesO born 24 Nov. 1810, married, 4 Jan. 1835, Samuel 
Taggard of Charlestown, Mass., a tanner. 

Frank Taggard b. 6 Jan. 1836; m. 1868, Kath- 

erine Henderson, Danvers, Mass. 
Sarah Emily Taggard b. 14 April 1837 ; d. 10 Aug. 

Joseph Henry Taggard b. 16 June 1840; d. 26 

Feb. 1842. 
Charles B. Taggard b. 11 Nov. 1845; m. Maggie 

Abbott. Salem, Mass. 


Lavina Stackpole (Thomas", Samuel*, JoshuaS Philips 
JamesO born 8 Jan. 1813, married 5 May 1836, Jacob Pope, 
who was born 23 Dec. 1811, brother to Alton Pope. She 
died 9 March 1895, Manchester, Me. 


Lydia Maria Pope b. 4 July 1837. 

Irena Lang Pope b. 13 Sept. 1839. 

Charles Stackpole Pope b. 3 Sept. 1841; m. Eliza- 
beth Carpenter. Lives at Manchester, Me. 
Farmer. Ch. 
Edward Carpenter Pope b. 23 Oct. 1880. 

Bowdoin 1907. 
Edith Flagler Pope b. 17 Aug. 1882. 
Alton Stackpole Pope b. 26 April 1886. Bow- 
doin, 1910. 

Elmira Lang Pope b. 6 Jan. 1844. 

Sarah Pope b. 14 June 1848 ; d. 7 Aug. 1849. 

Theodate Pope b. 21 Sept. 1850; d. 18 April 1874. 

Maria Stackpole (Thomas% Samuel*, Joshua^ Philip-, 
JamesO born 11 Dec. 1814, married, 9 April 1837, Henry 
Weeks of Vassalboro, Me., who was born 25 Nov. 1813 in 
Sidney, Me., and died 18 March 1896 at Salem, O. She 
died 4 June 1893 at Aurora Mission, Mo. Both buried at 
Chetopa, Kansas. 

Mary Louisa Weeks b. 31 Jan. 1839 at Vassalboro, 

Me. ; d. 6 Nov. 1907 at Salem, Ohio. Unm. 
Charles Henry Weeks b. 12 Aug. 1844; m. 24 
Sept. 1868, Emma Boone. Salem, O. He d. 9 
July 1915. 
Ella Eliza Weeks b. 6 May 1850 ; m. 21 Jan. 1869 
at Cleveland, 0., Thomas O'Hare and d. in 
Chetopa, Kansas, 20 Dec. 1890. Two ch. 
Edith Emma O'Hare b. 20 Oct. 1871; m. 19 
Oct. 1892, Goodwin Cushman Dresser at 
Aurora, Mo. She d. 15 Sept. 1906. Two ch. 
Ella Weeks Dresser b. 14 Feb. 1894. 
Helen Theodate Dresser b. 30 Dec. 1895. 
Mary Louise O'Hare b. 26 June 1874. 


Sarah E. Stackpole (Thomas% Samuel*, Joshua^ Philip-, 

JamesO born 25 Jan. 1817, married 12 Dec. 1848, John B. 

Bartlett of New Portland, Me., a miller and lumber-dealer. 

He died 31 May 1872, aged 52 years. She died 7 May 1901. 

Marie Louise Bartlett b. 9 Jan. 1851; m. 7 Feb. 
1876, Alonzo Sylvester, at Farmington, Me. 
One child. 


Larra Theo Bartlett b. 8 July 1892 ; m. 18 Dec. 

1910, Ralph L. Morton. 2 ch., Elizabeth 

Morton b. 11 Sept. 1911 ; Margaret Morton 

b. 24 April 1913. 

Morrell Stackpole Bartlett b. 19 Dec. 1853; m. 

1880, Lizzie Klouse of Omaha, Neb. She d. in 



Otis Stackpole (SamueP, Samuel*, Joshua% Philip^ 
JamesO born in Dover, N. H., 21 Dec. 1797, married (1) 
July 1827, Lucy Hurd, who died 22 June 1837. Her five 
children died young. He m. (2) 21 Jan. 1840, Mary B. 
Brown of Dover, who was b. 1 Oct. 1803 and died 8 April 
1880 at Madbury, N. H. He died 12 Nov. 1880. Was 
colonel in the militia. 

Samuel b. 5 July 1841; d. 5 Oct. 1861. 

Lucy Ann b. 22 April 1846 ; m. George W. Kelley 
of Newburyport, Mass., and d. 30 July 1894. 
Three daughters. 

Mary Kelley b. March 1868; m. Fred Cole. 
4 ch. 

Herbert Francis Cole b. 12 Dec. 1891; m. 
28 Oct. 1917, Lucy Annette Wilkins of 
Eastport, Me. 
Annie Cole b. 23 Dec. 1893. 
George Kelley Cole b. 12 Nov. 1898. 
Franklin Cole b. 22 Oct. 1900. 

Sarah Kelley b. Nov. 1869; m. 1898 (1) 
Charles Seavey of Rochester, N. H., who d. 
9 June 1909, (2) 22 April 1914, Edgar J. 
Ham of Rochester. 

Annie Kelley b. Dec. 1871; m. (1) June 1889, 
Frank Stead, who d. in 1900, leaving a 
daughter, Mary Louise Stead b. Sept. 1890, 
m. 2 Dec. 1911, Arthur Peckmore of 
Newark, N. J. Annie Kelley m. (2) Lewis 
Lincoln of Providence, R. I. 


Eliza Stackpole (SamueP, Samuel*, Joshua% Philip^, 
JamesO, born 4 Feb. 1804, married, 22 Jan. 1829, Samuel 


Tebbetts of Rochester, N. H., and died 10 June 1875. He 
died 8 Dec. 1871. 

Mary F. Tebbetts b. 30 July 1830; m. 27 Nov. 

1850, Alfred P. Inman. 2 ch. 

Ida Inman b. 16 Oct. 1854. 

Fred H. Inman b. 12 Sept. 1866; d. 21 July 
Emily S. Tebbetts b. 28 Aug. 1833; m. 14 Oct. 

1854, John, son of Ebenezer and Patience 

(Stiles) Stackpole, Rochester, N. H. No ch. 

He d. 27 Oct. 1901. 
Susan Tebbetts b. 2 April 1835. Unm. 
Seth Stackpole Tebbetts b. 28 March 1840 ; m. 12 

Feb. 1868, Mary J. Hoyt. He d. 5 Sept. 1910. 

Bertha E. Tebbetts b. 11 June 1869 ; m. Charles 

Emma G. Tebbetts b. 3 April 1870 ; m. James 

John F. Tebbetts b. 16 March 1874. 

Charles L. Tebbetts b. 11 Dec. 1879. 


Thomas Stackpole (SamueP, SamueP, Joshua^ Philip-, 
JamesO, born 4 June 1806, married 24 June 1850, Frances 
Ellen Currier of Portsmouth, N. H., who was born 12 Oct. 
1826 and d. at Dover, N. H., 1 March 1857. He died at 
Dover 25 Aug. 1864. 

295. Annie Frances b. 9 Nov. 1850; m. Edward E. 


296. Thomas Frank b. 11 Sept. 1852 ; m. Sarah Eliza- 

beth Sides. 

Paul Augustine Stackpole (Samuel', Samuel*, Joshua^ 
Phihp-, JamesO, born 12 Feb. 1817, married 9 July 1845, 
Elizabeth Garland Hills, daughter of Charles P. and 
Elizabeth Hills. She was born 24 April 1824, in Haverhill, 
Mass., and died 13 June 1853 in Dover, N. H. He worked 
his way through Phillips Academy, Andover, and studied 
medicine at Harvard and Dartmouth, where he received his 
degree in 1842. Dartmouth College also honored him with 


the degree of Master of Arts. He was for many years a 
physician in Dover, N. H. He was president of the N. H. 
Medical Society, and a member of the American Medical 
Association. He contributed valuable papers to these and 
other societies and wrote articles for the local papers on 
hygiene, temperance, disinfectants, hints to farmers, etc. 
He was trustee of the State Normal School, was interested 
in education and often lectured before Lyceums. His death 
occurred 27 March 1900 as a result of falling down stairs. 
From him was received considerable information about 
his branch of the Stackpole family, and he was an inter- 
ested and interesting attendant at the early reunions of the 
family. 3 ch. 

Charlotte E. b. 22 April 1847; d. 6 Nov. 1851. 

Charles Hobart b. 22 July 1850 ; m. 13 Nov. 1888, 
Hattie Kyan of Charlestown, Mass. He d. 
March 1909. No ch. 

Harry Hills b. 30 Aug. 1852; m. Feb. 1878, 
Lizzie McDaniel of Barrington, N. H., who 
was b. Sept. 1852. He was educated in the 
medical schools of this country and at Vienna 
and practised medicine at Dover, N. H., till 
about 1910. One daughter. He m. (2) 3 Dec. 
1908, Emily E. Heyer. 

Carlotta Elizabeth b. Sept. 1879 ; m. 28 Sept. 
1907, Chester Beane. 

Augustus Stackpole (Leonard% Joshua*, Joshua^ Philip-, 
James^), born 3 Oct. 1802, married 14 Oct. 1824, Mary C, 
daughter of John T. and Mary Corson of Lebanon, Me. 
She was bom 30 April 1800 and died at East Saugus, Mass., 
16 May 1892. He died at same place 3 April 1881. 7 ch. 

297. Eliza Ann b. 13 May 1829; m. Gowen W. 

Sarah Jane b. 22 Jan. 1831 ; m. 14 Sept. 1850, 
William Devolin; 1. in Canada. 

298. Andrew J. b. 3 Dec. 1832 ; m. Mary A. White. 
Augustus D. b. 8 Oct. 1834 ; d. 4 Oct. 1842. 

299. George K. b. 5 Aug. 1836; m. Melissa Andrews. 

(2) Julia A. Florence. 


Mary Abby b. 21 Oct. 1838 ; d. 2 Aug. 1857. Unm. 
Susan b. 5 Feb. 1844; d. 14 Oct. 1872. Unm. 


John Stackpole (Aaron% JoshuaS Joshua^ Philip^ 
JamesO, born 16 July 1796 in Wells, Me., married (1) 12 
Sept. 1819, Hannah Hutchings of Kennebunk, Me., (2) 
Mary D. Deshon of Biddeford, Me., who was born 17 Oct. 
1800 and died 27 May 1860, (3) probably Elsie E., daugh- 
ter of Daniel and Sarah (Ware) Stevens, who was born in 
Brewer, Me., and died in Biddeford, 22 Aug. 1896, aged 75. 
He died in Biddeford about 1880. He was a sea-captain. 

Sally b. 28 Sept. 1822; m. Frank Haskell of 

William b. 25 April 1824 ; d. 7 May 1875. Unm. 

James Donnell b. 2 Oct. 1827; m. 1 May 1851, 
Margaret E. Pike of Hollis, Me. She d. 5 
March 1905, dau. of Capt. William and Phebe 
(Dennett) Pike. He was a sea-captain and 
also served in the Civil War. He died 17 Nov. 
1915, at the Soldiers' Home at Togus, Me. 
His chidren, Ivory, Perley and William, all 
died young. 

Joshua Stackpole (Joshua% Joshua*, Joshua% Philip^, 
JamesO, born 5 Nov. 1813 in York, Me., married (1) Dec. 
1835, Annie Fuller in Greenland, N. H., who died 4 Jan. 
1870, (2) 23 Nov. 1876, Mrs. Mary R. Bowles in Ports- 
mouth, N. H. He died Jan. 1901. His widow d. 29 March 
1915 in Portsmouth, N. H., aged 90-5-7. Two children by 
lirst marriage. 

Charles, died in infancy. 

Clara b. 6 Oct. 1845 ; m. 17 April 1861, Charles W. 

Gardner of Portsmouth, N. H., b. 15 Sept. 

1838. He d. 9 Oct. 1883. Ch., Ella C. 

Gardner, d. in infancy; Mary S. Gardner b. 

1862, d. 18 Aug. 1877; Elizabeth Gardner 

b. 3 July 1866, m. 28 Oct. 1891, Frank W. 

Ferguson, d. 28 Oct. 1896, leaving a son, 

Donald Gardner Ferguson, b. 18 Aug. 1892 in 


Newton, Mass. ; Florence W. Gardner b. 5 Jan. 
1872, d. 28 Aug. 1883; Josephine Gardner b. 
1870, d. 1877. 


George Stackpole (Joshua% Joshua*, Joshua^ Philips 
JamesO born 1815, married Olive, daughter of John and 
Betsey (Keen) Jenkins of Kittery, Me., who died 27 May 
1886 in Portsmouth, N. H., aged 68-9-4. He died 27 June 

300. Helen Augusta b. 20 Feb. 1838 ; m. Josiah Grover. 

301. George E. b. ; m. Margaret E. Haher. 

Eunice b. ; m. George J. Fernald. She d. 

9 Sept. 1885, aged 43. He d. 8 May 1914, aged 
81. Ch., Fanny and Edward. 

William Franklin Stackpole (JoshuaS Joshua*, Joshua% 
Philip-, JamesO born 5 July 1821, married 26 May 1844, 
Elizabeth W. Jenness of Moultonborough, N. H., and moved 
to Dixon, 111. Marble cutter and farmer. Served in the 
Civil War. He died 4 Dec. 1862. She d. 22 Aug. 1901. 
Seven ch. 

302. Albert Oscar b. 29 March 1845; m. Amanda 

Floriana b. in Portsmouth 21 April 1847; m. P. S. 
Winslow of Dixon, 111. She d. s. p. 23 Feb. 1902. 

303. Florence 0. b. 28 July 1851; m. Alonzo Morgan, 

(2) Anson Hoisington. 

304. Alice E. b. 22 March 1853 ; m. Henry L. Crosby. 
Clara b. 24 Aug. 1854. She and her sister Rosa 

were drowned in the Trusdall Bridge disaster 
3 May 1873. 

305. Clarence Howard b. 5 Jan. 1859; m. Maria P. 

Rosa b. 5 May 1863 ; d. 3 May 1873. 

Joseph Stackpole (Joshua^ Joshua*, Joshua^ Philips 
JamesO born 5 May 1825, married in Boston 8 Dec. 1846, 


Julia Ann Staples of Eliot, Me. She was born 11 Dec. 1825 
and died 5 Aug. 1893. He died in Cambridgeport, Mass., 
24 Aug. 1877. 

Joseph Franklin b. 30 Aug. 1847; m. 17 Nov. 

1874, Mary E. Jones; d. s. p. 14 Aug. 1877. 
Wallace Atwood b. 29 May 1849; d. 23 March 

Georgiana b. 18 Feb. 1852; m. 13 Sept. 1878, 

John W. Maynard, (2) John 0. Smart. 
Wallace Augustus b. 23 May 1854 ; d. 17 Jan. 1856. 
Emma Estelle b. 18 Dec. 1861 ; m. 23 Dec. 1884, 

Clair P. Sibley. One child, Franklin Maynard 

Sibley b. Oct. 1885. 

John Warren Stackpole (Joshua% Joshua*, Joshua^, 
Philip^ JamesO was born 3 Aug. 1824 and died in Chelsea, 
Mass., 27 Dec. 1900, aged 76-4-24. He married (1) 2 
March 1854, Martha W., daughter of Jeremiah and Lucy 
(Scriggins) Brooks of Eliot, Me. She died in Chelsea 7 
Sept. 1882, aged 52-9-14. He married (2) 15 Nov. 1896, 
Mrs. Lucy A. Ferren, aged 46, daughter of Charles and 
Mary Drown, her third marriage. 

Warren B. d. in Boston 10 March 1858, aged 

Martha b. in Boston 3 Aug. 1856 ; m. 2 Dec. 1886, 

James D. Hovey. 
John Warren b. in Boston 28 Sept. 1858; m. at 

Winchester, Mass., 24 Feb. 1881, Mary E. 

Thompson, aged 24, b. at Gardiner, Me. He 

d. in Cambridge, Mass., 8 March 1899. 
George Franklin b. in Boston 25 Jan. 1860; m. 

5 Feb. 1882, Lizzie, dau. of Henry and Maria 

(West) Sendell. He d. 10 Jan. 1892. A dau., 

Harriet E. d. 6 Aug. 1895, aged 11 yrs. 8 mos. 

Mrs. Stackpole m. (2) 15 Feb. 1893, George 

A. Sints. 
Walter S. b. 5 Aug. 1866; m. 5 Nov. 1891, Carrie 

L., dau. of Abraham and Sarah J. (Towers) 

Murdock, aged 25. Ch. 

Bessie d. 31 March 1895, aged 5 mos. 20 days. 

Martha Lillian b. at Woburn, Mass., 26 July 

Ethel Gertrude b. at Woburn, 11 Oct. 1894. 



Charles H. Stackpole (Edmond% Charles% Joshua^ 
Philip-, JamesO, born 13 Jan. 1796 in Lebanon, Me., mar- 
ried 3 Aug. 1823, Susan Philbrick, who was bom 8 April 
1792 at Parsonsfield, Me. He was a tailor by trade. Died 
at Cornish, Me., 22 March 1855. Susan P. Stackpole mar- 
ried 9 May 1855, Wm. Flagg at Providence, R. I. Three ch. 

Lorenzo Dow b. 24 June 1825 in Cornish; m. 24 
May 1854, Sarah Jane, dau. of Isaac R. and 
Elizabeth (Garland) Thorne, b. 12 Aug. 1832, 
at Hiram, Me. He was a blacksmith and d. 
at Cornish. She d. 16 Aug. 1899 at Baldwin, 
Me. One dau., Emma, d. in infancy, 1855. 
Oscar L. b. 26 Sept. 1826 at Limerick, Me. ; m. 9 
Nov. 1854, Deborah P. (Storer) White, who 
was b. 24 Sept. 1829 at Sebago, Me., and d. 
24 Feb. 1896. He d. at Sebago 15 April 1896. 
One son 

Charles Orville b. 3 May 1856 at Sebago ; m. 9 
Nov. 1895, Delia M. Britton, b. 5 Nov. 1877 
at Abington, Mass. He is a carpenter and 
1. at Brockton, Mass. 

George A. b. and d. 1832. 


Theodore Stackpole (Edmonds Charles*, JoshuaS 
Philips JamesO born 8 June 1800 in Lebanon, Me., mar- 
ried Eliza Pitts. Published 5 April 1830. She was born 
May 1810 at Waterborough, Me., and died at N. Parsons- 
field, Me., 23 June 1852. He died at the same place 28 
March 1841. Farmer. 

Henry Hobbs b. 14 Oct. 1831 in Sanford, Me.; 
m. 25 April 1854 in Boston, Sophia T. Byron, 
who was born 11 July 1835 in Phillips, Me. 
Farmer. Their only child 

Elton b. 16 March 1860 ; d. 1 Aug. 1860. 
Sabra Ann b. 11 Jan. 1833 at Waterborough, Me. ; 
m. 12 May 1849, Charles Smart of N. 
Parsonsfield, born 24 Aug. 1827. He is a 
painter. Lives at Phillips, Me. 3 ch. 


Charles Henrv Smart b. 8 Aug. 1852; m. 8 

Nov. 1885, M. Ella Hayford of Salem, Me. 

He d. s. p. 10 March 1903. 
Mary Lizzie Smart b. 11 March 1854; m. (1) 

Wm. J. Ross. 4 ch. (2) C. P. Grover. 

Res. Phillips, Me. 
Nellie Smart b. 6 Dec. 1857 ; d. 18 March 1858. 
Alonzo b. 16 March 1839 at Parsonsfield, Me. ; m. 
1 May 1878, Sarah F., dau. of Stephen and 
Eliza (Philbrick) Drown, b. 13 May 1843. 
Farmer in N. Parsonsfield, Me. He d. 4 Nov. 

Edmond Stackpole (Edmonds CharlesS Joshua^ Philip^ 
JamesO born 8 June 1802 in Lebanon, Me., married (1) 
7 Dec. 1823, Eunice Pray, v^^ho died in Sanford, Me., in 
1828, (2) 1831, Sally Batchelder, who was born 8 Sept. 
1798 in Sanford and died 6 Dec. 1877. He died 4 Nov. 1878 
in Sanford. Two children by first marriage, four by second. 

Emilus b. 1 April 1824 in Watertown, Mass.; m. 
20 Oct. 1844, in Somersworth, N. H., Elizabeth 
Williams. Soldier in the Civil War. Black- 
smith. Res., Lowell, Mass., where he d. 15 
March 1864. She d. in Hyde Park, Mass., 20 
June 1891, aged 62-4-12, dau. of Jacob and 
Elizabeth (McCulloughby) Williams, b. in 
Wakefield, N. H. Two ch. 
Edwin A. b. 1845 ; m. 28 Nov. 1867, Elizabeth 
M. Eacott, b. 1843. He d. 19 Aug. 1906 in 
Salisbury, Mass., aged 61. 2 ch. 
Lillian M. b. 13 June 1875; m. 14 April 

1897, George A. Jacobs. 
Emilus E. b. 8 June 1877 ; m. 24 Sept. 1904, 
Nora Murphy. 5 ch. Res., Lowell, 

Frederick E. b. 1905. 
John E. b. 30 May 1906. 
Charles D. b. 30 July 1908. 
Olive M. b. 4 Feb. 1911. 
Emilus A. b. 6 Oct. 1913. 
Elsie Ann. 
306. Simon b. 6 Oct. 1832 ; m. Caroline Crummett. 

Eunice C. b. 8 May 1834; m. 5 Dec. 1868, H. P. 


Gowen of Sanford, She d. 19 Jan. 1900. 

Three ch. 

Perley G. Gowen b. 9 April 1870; m. 5 Dec. 

1891, Mildred Welch of Sanford. Dau. 

Hazel Welch Gowen b. 11 Sept. 1892. 
Harry Gowen b. 6 May 1871 ; m. 2 May 1892, 

Lizzie Wiggins of Shapleigh, Me. 
Arthur Gowen b. 12 April 1874. 
Mary b. 19 March 1836 ; d. 6 May 1855. 

307. William A. b. 9 April 1838; m. Orianna A. 


William Stackpole (Edmond% Charles*, Joshua^, Philip% 
James^), born 3 Feb. 1807, married (1) 5 May 1831, 
Lucinda Chick of Cornish, Me. She died at Biddeford, 
Me., 27 May 1850. He married (2) Mrs. Rosanna 
(Cotton) Rumery of Biddeford. He was a carpenter, 
hotel-keeper at N. Parsonsfield, 1837-45, and farmer at 
Biddeford, where he died Sept. 1864. His widow died in 
Rutland, Mass., 9 Oct. 1882, aged 69. 

308. Amanda M. b. 26 Jan. 1832; m. James H. 

.309. Melville M. b. 3 July 1834; m. Almira Cotton, 

(2) Juha Clark. 
Ellen A. b. 5 July 1842 ; m. 23 May 1872, Nathan 

A. Chadwick; d. 6 Dec. 1912 at Manchester, 

N. H. One child, Estelle Chadwick. 
310. William b. 1 Oct. 1851; m. Lizzie A. Thompson. 

Orin Stackpole (Edmond', Charles*, Joshua^ Philip-, 
JamesO, born 23 May 1812 in Lebanon, Me., married 23 
July 1837, Hannah Lord of Freedom, N. H., who was born 
9 Nov. 1809 and died at Freedom 10 March 1882. He died 
at Cornish, Me., 11 April 1884. Farmer. She was daughter 
of Wilham and Betsey (Moulton) Lord. 

Betsey b. 23 Aug. 1838 ; m. 30 Jan. 1872, Hezekiah 
McKusick, b. in Denmark, Me., 2 Sept. 1818. 
Res., Cornish, Me. No ch. 

Samuel Bradbury b. 27 Nov. 1840; m. 31 Dec. 
1877, OHve C. Guppy, b. 1841. He d. s. p. 23 


Dec. 1907 in Somerville, Mass. She d. 22 
March 1913 in Corinth, Me., aged 72-3-20. 
George Edmund b. 15 Dec. 1842 in Parsonsfield, 
Me. ; m. 2 March 1871, Henrietta M. Pease, b. 
11 Oct. 1847, in Poughkeepsie, N. Y. She d. 
27 May 1909. He was a physician in Maiden, 
Mass., where he died 22 April 1913. Two ch. 
Helen Charter b. 13 Jan. 1872; m. 16 May 

1892, Walter P. Gilbert. 
Ellsworth b. 11 Oct. 1874; d. about 1 May 

Albion b. 27 Nov. 1845 ; d. 20 March 1846. 
311. William Lord b. 14 Dec. 1846; m. Fredlina A. 
Mary Frances b. 7 June 1849 ; d. 18 April 1850. 
Susan Marcia b. 15 Nov. 1853 ; m. 21 Nov. 1878, 
Pitt Francis Danforth, who d. 16 April 1886. 
Res., Maiden, Mass. Two ch. She m. (2) 23 
Oct. 1909, Herbert L. Frampton at Melrose, 
Pitt William Danforth b. 19 Sept. 1883, at 

Freedom, N. H.; m. 8 June 1904, Grace 

Prescott Gower. 
Albion Lord Danforth b. 23 Nov. 1885 in 

Freedom, N. H.; m. 6 Oct. 1909, Bertha 

Mae Kellough b. in East Boston 14 Feb. 

1884. 2 ch. 

Anna Carolyn Danforth b. 3 Dec. 1912. 

Marjorie Danforth b. 31 May 1916. 

Lydia Stackpole (Edmonds Charles*, Joshua^ Philip-, 
JamesO born at Berwick, Me., 17 Aug. 1816, married, 5 
May 1835, Hiram Remick, born 6 March 1808 in Cornish, 
Me. He died at Ann Arbor, Mich., 9 Jan. 1876. She died 
16 Nov. 1854 at Cornish, Me. 

Otis Remick b. 9 Aug. 1836; m. 11 Oct. 1865, 
Augusta Louise Houghton, who was b. 1 July 
1842 and d. 22 March 1884, (2) 30 Sept. 1886, 
his cousin, Ella Jane Stackpole. Educated at 
the University of Wisconsin. Major in a Wis. 
Regt. in the Civil War. Res., Colorado 
Springs, Col. 3 ch. 

Sidney H. Remick b. 29 Nov. 1867 in New 
Orleans, La. 


Nellie Augusta Remick b. 14 Oct. 1869. 
Harry Otis Remick d. in infancy. 

Eliza Jane Remick b. 5 April 1840; d. 4 March 

Frank Chadbourne Remick b. 29 Aug. 1841 ; m. 3 
Feb. 1875, Florence D. Culbertson, b. 28 Sept. 
1847, d. 23 April 1881. He graduated at 
Bowdoin College in 1863. Lawyer and com- 
mission merchant, Chicago, HI. Now living in 
Cochituate, Mass. One son 
Edward Culbertson Remick b. 4 April 1881. 

Mary Remick b. 22 Dec. 1840 ; d. 26 Nov. 1852. 

Stephen Abbott Stackpole (Edmonds Charles*, Joshua^ 
PhiHpS James^) born 20 Oct. 1818 in Parsonsfield, Me., 
graduated from N. Berwick Academy in 1837. Taught in 
the public schools of Ossipee and Freedom, N. H., and 
Parsonsfield and Calais, Me. In 1844 he went to Boston 
and soon became partner with J. D. Richardson in grocery, 
baking and provision business. He was sole proprietor of 
the business after 1856. His son became associated with 
him in 1886, under the name of "S. A. Stackpole and Son". 
He also had a business on State Street as wholesale flour 
merchant. He was a member of the Boston school board in 
1846-56, alderman in 1873-5, member of Mass. Legislature 
in 1878. He married, 13 Jan. 1852, Susan Ann, daughter 
of William Bragdon of Limington, Me. She was born 2 
Dec. 1820 and died 1 May 1889. He died in Boston, Mass., 
26 Dec. 1896. Two ch. 

Carrie Richardson b. 22 May 1854; m. 4 Feb. 

1882, Charles C. Domett. One son 

Kenneth Stackpole Domett b. 25 Aug. 1886. 
William Edmund b. 14 May 1862 ; m. 6 Sept. 1886, 

Maude C. Mackay; d. 10 June 1903. Two ch. 

Helen Drake Stackpole b. 28 June 1887. 

Stephen Gordon Stackpole b. 20 Oct. 1890. 

David Augustus Stackpole (Edmonds Charles*, Joshua^, 
Philip^ JamesO born 2 July 1820 at Parsonsfield, Me., 
married 16 May 1847, Hannah Leighton Sawyer, who was 


born 27 March 1825 in Baldwin, Me., and died 10 July 1910. 
He died in Marlboro, Mass., 12 Dec. 1889. 9 ch., four of 
whom died in infancy. 

Frank Augustus b. 15 Oct. 1852 ; m. 16 Nov. 1898, 

Lillias B., dau. of Samuel and Mary B. 

(Pendexter) Griffin of Medway, Mass. Two 

ch. b. at Medway. 

Pearl Frances b. 23 Aug. 1899. 

Hannah b. 2 Dec. 1900. 
Mary Abbie b. 2 Sept. 1855; m. 25 Dec. 1880, 

Edward B. Fay, deceased. Res., S. Fram- 

ingham, Mass. 3 ch. 

Leon Elvin Fay b. 16 Dec. 1881; m. Gretena 
Kuper; d. 25 Sept. 1917. 

LilHan Fay b. 6 Sept. 1883. 

Preston Stackpole Fay b. 7 Jan. 1889 ; m. 30 
June 1919, Ina Wheeler Pond at Fram- 

ingham, Mass. See Military Record. 
Lewis Edmond b. 8 Jan. 1857. Unm. 
Carrie Bell b. 24 July 1860 ; m. July 1878, Fred- 
erick T. Parker, Westboro, Mass. 

Edith Bell Parker b. 1 Oct. 1879. 

E. Everett Parker b. 28 March 1881. 

Don Carlos Parker b. 27 March 1886. 
David Preston b. 28 March 1865 ; d. Feb. 1889. 

Isaac Ricker Stackpole (Edmonds Charles*, Joshua% 
Philip-, JamesO born 15 July 1824 in Parsonsfield, Me., 
married, 5 Jan. 1854, at Effingham, N. H., Huldah Philbrick 
Colby, who was born 15 June 1832 in Freedom, N. H., and 
died 13 Aug. 1903. He died at Billerica, Mass., 13 Dec. 
1894. Farmer and carpenter. 

Ella Jane b. 1 May 1855 in Parsonsfield, Me. ; m. 
30 Sept. 1886, Otis Remick of Colorado 
Springs. Their child, Alice Maude Remick 
was b. and d. 21 Dec. 1887. See No. 150. 

Lydia Augusta b. 1 Feb. 1859 ; m. 22 March 1881, 
Benjamin G. Hutchins of Billerica, Mass. 
Harold G. Hutchins b. 7 July 1882 ; d. 3 Jan. 

Jason H. Hutchins b. 28 Nov. 1883. 


Emma Estelle b. 18 Dec. 1860 ; m. 23 June 1886, 

Benjamin H. Thayer of Billerica, Mass. Two 


Elwyn Chester Thayer b. 25 Aug. 1890. 

Walter Raymond Thayer b. 17 Oct. 1893. 
Stephen Willis b. 21 June 1864; m. 25 Nov. 1891, 

Clara Haven Peart of Manchester, Mass., b. 

2 Dec. 1854. He d. 27 Dec. 1918. Their child, 

Ella Maud, b. 13 July, d. 2 Oct. 1895. 

Oliver Stackpole (William% Charles*, Joshua% Philip-, 
JamesO born in Lebanon, Me., 13 Dec. 1801, married 
Hannah G., daughter of John Guptill, born 31 May 1800. 
He was a trader for some time at S. Berwick, Me., and a 
hotel-keeper in Boston, Mass. He died 4 May 1886. His 
wife died in Boston, 24 March 1875. Four ch. 

Franklin b. 2 Oct. 1827 ; d. 16 Sept. 1839. 
Alonzo b. 16 Aug. 1829 ; d. 4 Sept. 1829. 
Alonzo b. 17 Nov. 1830; m. 14 Oct. 1858, Ehza- 
beth Abigail Varney, who was b. in 1828 and 
d. 9 March 1876. He d. in 1880. One 

Elizabeth Burleigh Stackpole b. 5 Sept. 1864; 
m. 30 Oct. 1889, Edwin Dow Twombly. 
Two ch. 

Beatrice Randall Twombly b. 5 Nov. 1890. 

Philip Varney Twombly b. 29 Aug. 1894. 

Greenleaf William b. 1834; m. Mrs. Jennie 

(Abbott) Stackpole, widow of John Franklin 

Stackpole of Albion, Me. He d. in Fir, 

Oregon, in 1896. 


Charles Stackpole (Joshua^ Charles*, Joshua^ Philip-, 
JamesO born in Wolfeboro, N. H., married (1) Hannah T. 
Lucas. Pub. 4 Oct. 1827. (2) Mary Cook. Pub. 21 Dec. 
1844. Two ch. She died in Wolfeboro 19 Jan. 1895, aged 

Charles Edwin b. 12 July 1828 ; d. 20 Nov. 1904. 

Jemima Jane b. 10 Jan. 1831; m. Lorenzo Horn; 

d. 3 Jan. 1892. Three ch. 


Charles L. Horn b. 12 May 1856; m. 4 Nov. 

1891, Annie S. Earle. 
Dana W. Horn b. 13 May 1862; m. 18 Aug. 

1891, Estelle F. Libby. 
Edwin R. Horn b. Aug. 1871; m. Flora N. 

Holden. Ch. 

Ethel M. Horn b. Aug. 1895. 

James Stackpole (Joshua-', Charles*, Joshua% Philip-, 
JamesO born in Wolfeboro, N. H., 1799, married perhaps 
(1) 13 March 1823, Hannah Morrison in Tuftonsborough, 
N. H., (2) Dorothy Pray. His name was changed to James 
Wallace as a practical joke. Where he boarded, in Boston, 
were several members of the General Court, who teased him 
about his name. He became so exasperated that he ex- 
claimed one day, "I wish my name was anything but 
Stackpole". Accordingly one of the boarders introduced a 
bill into the General Court, and his name was changed, 27 
March 1833. He died in Dorchester, Mass., 8 Nov. 1870, 
aged 71 years. His wife died 26 March 1862, aged 56. 

James A. Wallace m. Abbie Currier. One 

John F. Wallace d. 2 Feb. 1862, aged 28 yrs. 
Mary A. Wallace d. at age of 10 yrs. 
George W. Wallace m. Jennie Pendleton. Res., 

Maiden, Mass. He d. 25 Feb. 1917, aged 80 

yrs. 2 mos. Ch. 

Emma Mabel Wallace b. 6 Nov. 1866; m. 
Willard B. Ashley. 

George Oscar Wallace b. 14 Jan. 1872; m. 
Clotilda McLean. 

Edward Henry Wallace b. 14 Oct. 1877; d. 
Lavinia A. Wallace m. George Henry; d. 22 

March 1871, aged 32. One son. 
Ellen M. Wallace. 

Peter Stackpole (Joshua^ Charles*, Joshua% Philip^, 
JamesO born in Wolfeboro, N. H., 7 Nov. 1807, married 
22 May 1834, Mary D. Canney, who was born in Tuftonboro, 


N. H., 14 Nov. 1809, dau. of John and Sally (French) 
Canney, and died in Wolfeboro 3 May 1915, aged 105-5-19. 
He died in Tuftonboro 22 Feb. 1881. 

Mary Emily b. 22 March 1835 ; d. 10 April 1851. 
Annette b. 30 April 1837 ; m. 20 April 1855, John 

S. Wiggin, who d. 30 July 1905, aged 80-5-19. 

Two ch. 

Clarence Wiggin d. 18 May 1884, aged 36 ; m. 
and had one ch. 
Miriam Annie Wiggin b. 17 Jan. 1881. 

Annie Wiggin died at age of 4 yrs. 6 mos. 
Sarah F. b. 16 March 1839; d. 11 April 1840. 
Lydia b. 28 Aug. 1841. 
George L. b. 30 July 1844 ; m. 4 Aug. 1866, Martha 

A. McDuffee; d. 8 May 1889. She d. in 

Rochester, N. H., 27 Oct. 1911. One dau., 

Bertha, d. 19 Feb. 1891, aged 16-9-10. 
John A. b. 26 Jan. 1848 ; m. 30 Nov. 1871, Amanda 

A. Furnald. No ch. Tuftonboro, N. H. 
Charles A. b. 9 March 1852; m. (1) Jennie 

Hudson, (2) Mildred A. White, who d. in 

Reading, Mass., 25 Feb. 1896, aged 28-10-23. 

No ch. Rochester, N. H. 

Simon Stackpole (Joshua% Charles*, Joshua^ Philip^, 
JamesO, born 1811 in Wolfeboro, N. H., married Mary 
Davis b. in 1817. In 1850 he was a cabinet maker in Wells, 
Me. He died in Cambridge, Mass., 18 April 1892, aged 83- 
4-15. His wife probably died in Cambridge, 18 Sept. 1881, 
dau. of Thomas and Eliza G. Davis. 

Angeline, d. in Boston 15 July 1838, aged 1 yr. 

10 mos. 
Simon L. b. about 1839 in Boston ; m. 9 Jan. 1860, 

Melissa Smith, b. about 1840, dau. of Charles 

and Laura Smith of Boxford, Mass. 
Charles L. b. in Wolfeboro, N. H., about 1843 ; d. 

in Taunton, Mass., 4 May 1883, aged 39. 

Mary A. b. in Boston about 1846. 
Samuel L. died in Boston 18 Sept. 1901, aged 66 
yrs; m. . 



Joshua Stackpole (Joshua% Charles% Joshua% Philip^ 
James') born in Wolfeboro, N. H., married (1) Rosa 
(Keyes) Allen. Pub. 2 May 1836. They had a daughter, 
Hannah, deceased, who m. 3 July 1858, Daniel Burrows of 
Middleton, N. H. He married (2) Dorcas Keyes, or Key, 
perhaps in Boston, 9 Aug. 1840. They had two children 
who died in infancy. He married (3) Louisa Home, 7 
July 1844, as the State record says, and had children EfRe, 
deceased, and Parmelia Jane, living in 1900. He mar- 
ried (4) Mary A., daughter of Joseph and Abigail (Teb- 
betts) Willey. She died 24 Sept. 1903, aged 79-10-22. 
Lived in Wolfeboro, N. H. Eight children by last 

John Quincy b. 31 July 1850; m. 12 Oct. 1877, 
Mrs. Mary E. Watson, dau. of Edmund 
Perkins, b. in Biddeford, Me. She d. 10 July 
1892. He d. 9 Aug. 1917. 

Mary Abbie b. 18 Dec. 1851; m. Charles Mills; 

Ada F. b. 10 Feb. 1853 ; m. 19 Nov. 1870, Edward 

W. Dixon, (2) Mr. Thurston. 
Lydia Frances b. 2 Feb. 1856 ; m. George D. Horn. 


Ethel May Horn b. 1876; d. 23 Feb. 1897. 

George Horn. 
Lavina Ann b. 25 Dec. 1857 ; d. 28 Sept. 1865. 
Albert L. b. 17 Feb. 1860 ; m. 6 Oct. 1883, Carrie 

B. Barnard. Wolfeboro, N. H. 

Fred A. b. 20 Oct. 1889. 

Ernest E. b. 12 Oct. 1896. 
Burleigh b. 13 April 1864 ; d. 1870. 
One who d. in infancy. 

Andrew Neal Stackpole (Joshua^ Ebenezer*, Joshua^ 
Philip-, JamesO, born 12 Sept. 1800 at Portsmouth, N. H., 
married Elizabeth Rogers of Tamworth, N. H., sister of 
William Rogers, ship-builder of Bath, Me. They were 
married 20 Aug. 1826 in Dover, N. H. She was born 9 
Oct. 1801 and d. 1 Sept. 1881. He died 16 Feb. 1877 in 


Amherst, N. H., having lived as a mechanic in Dover, N. H.,. 
Bath and Hallowell, Me., and other places. Five ch. 

Joshua B. b. 18 Dec. 1828; m. 20 Jan. 1853, 
Rebecca G. Preble of Brunswick, Me. He 
was a sailor and lost at sea about 1890. She 
d. in the Insane Asylum. One ch., George M. 
b. 11 April 1854, d. 10 Nov. 1854. 

312. Mary A. b. 8 Aug. 1827; m. James H. Reed. 

313. Andrew J. b. 20 Sept. 1831; m. Sarah J. 

Herman Harris b. 16 July 1837 ; d. 8 Sept. 1852. 

314. William Rogers b. 14 July 1843; m. Olive A. 

Samuel A. (Adopted) b. 27 Aug. 1855. 


Tobias Stackpole (Ebenezer% Tobias*, Joshua% Philip^, 
James^) born 16 Dec. 1825 in what is now Rollinsford, 
N. H., married, 12 Aug. 1849, Eliza, dau. of True and Ruth 
(Davis) Osgood, who was born at Epping, N. H., 20 Oct. 
1819 and died 13 Nov. 1888. He married (2) Mrs. Eunice 
Morrow. He died 22 May 1898. 

J. Perry b. 17 June 1850; m. 31 Dec. 1873, 
Frances E., dau. of Darius and Hannah 
Wallace, b. in Phippsburg, Me. He d. 20 Oct. 
1912. She d. 16 June 1919. 3 ch. 
Fred Howard b. 27 June 1875; m. 28 March 

1900, Annie Doull, who d. 25 Feb. 1915. 
Gilman Pierce b. 10 Aug. 1878; d. 26 Nov. 

Harry Forest b. 2 July 1884. 

Sarah Catherine b. 12 July 1857; m. Aug. 1875, 
Frederick Selwyn Howard Orcutt, Hyde Park, 
Mass. Ch., Leon Forest, Alonzo Perry, 
Selwyn Howard and Mildred Beatrice. 


Moses Stackpole (Ebenezer% Tobias% Joshua^ Philip% 
James^j born 13 Jan. 1832 in what is now Rollinsford, 
N. H., married, 9 March 1854, Elmira Grace of Great Falls, 


N. H. (now city of Somersworth) . Lived in Lowell, Mass. 
He died 26 Jan. 1865. Widow married William Clement 
and died 13 Nov. 1909. 

Emma G. b. 17 Feb. 1855 ; m. Frank E. Lewis of 
Lowell, Mass. Ch. 
Irving C. Lewis b. 27 Nov. 1878; m. 22 Sept. 

1903, Edith Corey of Worcester, Mass., 

and has son 

Raymond Chester Lewis b. 30 March 1908. 
Cora E. Lewis b. 14 Sept. 1882; m. 17 April 

1910, Edgar M. Kent. Ch. 

Ruth Victoria Kent b. 1 May 1911. 

James Lewis Kent b. 29 May 1815. 
Leon L. Lewis b. 31 Oct. 1886 ; m. 8 Oct. 1905, 

Nora Murphy. Ch. 

Arline Gertrude Lewis b. 4 June 1907. 
Charles F. b. 10 Jan. 1857; m. 13 April 1882, 
Mary A., dau. of Robert and Kathrine Broad- 
bent of Biddeford, Me., b. 22 Feb. 1862. He 
d. 9 Nov. 1911. She d. 9 Feb. 1915. One son 
Charles F. b. 8 June 1885 in Lowell, Mass. 

315. Frank C. C. b. 8 April 1859; m. Mary Ann 
George E. b. 5 June 1861 ; d. 26 Sept. 1862. 
Ida Frances b. 8 Sept. 1863 ; d. 15 June 1864. 

Abigail Straw, daughter of Sabra^ (Stackpole) Straw 
(Tobias*, Joshua% Philip-, JamesO, born 28 July 1824, mar- 
ried 1 Oct. 1848, George P. Bennett. He was killed in the 
battle of Petersburg, Va., 15 June 1864. Five ch. 

George Henry Bennett b. 4 July 1850 ; d. 26 Feb. 

Martin Prescott Bennett b 28 Nov. 1852; m. (1) 
9 June 1890, Mary E. Abbott, who d. 7 March 
1908, (2) 28 Aug. 1912, Mrs. Josephine H. 
Churchill. Lives at Dover, N. H. Ch., besides 
two who d. young, 
Angelia M. b. 9 Sept. 1892 ; m. James Arthur 

Brown and has son 

Thomas Arthur Brown b. Sept. 1913. 
Alice L. Bennett b. 23 Oct. 1894. 


William Henry Bennett b. 28 July 1855. 

George Burr Bennett b. 28 Dec. 1857; d. 3 Jan. 

Arabella Bennett b. 8 April 1862 ; m. 15 Dec. 1896, 
Charles Safford Watson. He was b. 1830 and 
d. in Franklin, N. H., 4 May 1920. 

Lorenzo Stackpole (Moses^ Tobias*, Joshua% Philip^, 
JamesO, born 21 Sept. 1824, married 7 Nov. 1849, Elvira 
C. Wentworth, daughter of John and Joanna (Hall) . She 
was born 4 Jan. 1832, and died 11 May 1912. He died 9 
Feb. 1892. From 1858 to the time of his death he managed 
an extensive dairy farm in Rollinsford, N. H., and was a 
prominent citizen of that town. Member of the Baptist 
church at S. Berwick, Me. His wife is well remembered 
as a regular attendant at Stackpole Reunions, a woman of 
sprightly mind and kind heart. Two ch. 

Annie Wentworth b. 10 Dec. 1850; m. (1) 6 July 
1869, Joshua H. Lame of New Jersey, who 
died 10 Sept. 1869, (2) 3 Jan. 1872, Bernhard 
Baer, who d. 16 July 1913. Lives on the old 
homestead at Rollinsford called "Cherry Hill". 
Has written interesting historical articles for 
the Granite Monthly. Has been necrologist of 
the Stackpole Association a long time. Served 
many years on the School Committee of 
Rollinsford. One son 
Lorenzo E. Baer b. 10 July 1876. 

Edgar C. b. 1 May d. 24 Aug. 1852. 


Thomas Stackpole (Moses% Tobias*, Joshua% Philip^, 
JamesO, born 5 July 1826, married, 1 Jan. 1858, Mary E. 
Mudgett of Tamworth, N. H., daughter of Isaac and Nancy 
(Hobbs). She died 5 Feb. 1898, aged 62-6-5. He died 7 
Feb. 1890. 3 ch. 

Mary M. b. 30 May 1862 ; m. 21 Nov. 1878, John 
F. Blaisdell, Somersworth, N. H. 
Walter E. Blaisdell b. 11 May 1879. 
Arthur T. Blaisdell b. 6 Feb. 1891 ; m. 16 Aug. 
1913, Carrie Ethel Home of Somersworth. 




Gertrude M. Blaisdell b. 2 Oct. 1892. 

Mabel E. Blaisdell b. 18 June 1895. 

Daughter b. 31 March 1898. 
Frank T. b. 12 Oct. 1865 ; m. 8 Nov. 1893, Hattie 

Watson. Res., Amesbury, Mass. 
Arthur b. 7 Feb. 1873 ; m. 4 Feb. 1895, Minnie M. 

Mellen of Berwick, Me., dau. of Eustis and 

Nellie Mellen. Res., Somersworth, N. H. 

Arthur Everett Stackpole b. 5 Dec. 1900. 

Nellie Eunice Stackpole b. 16 Nov. 1902. 

Mary J. Stackpole (Moses% Tobias*, Joshua^ Philip^, 
JamesO born 29 July 1828, married, 30 Aug. 1849, John 
Hall Wentworth, who was b. 22 March 1823. She died 28 
Nov. 1888. 

Mary Ann Wentworth b. 24 Nov. 1851; m. 3 

April 1877, Stephen F. C. Garnet. 
Charles Thomas Wentworth b. 22 Nov. 1852 ; m. 

19 Dec. 1877, Emma D. Walters. 
Ella Cordelia Wentworth b. 14 Nov. 1853; m. 8 

Sept. 1885, Frank L. Quint. 
John Belmont Wentworth b. 29 July 1856 ; m. 10 

Aug. 1881, Kate S. Foss. 
Orion Ainsley Wentworth b. 30 Nov. 1857; m. 9 

Aug. 1885, Addie Foss. 
Emma Cora Wentworth b. 9 Feb. 1859 ; m. 8 Aug. 

1888, James A. Foss Jr. 
Mabel Wentworth b. 21 May 1861; m. 23 April 

1886, Edward H. Spurling. 
Moses Wilbur Wentworth b. 6 Jan. 1863; m. 

Florence Ford, (2) 6 Jan. 1908, Marion 

Archibald. He d. 27 Jan. 1920. 
Lizzie Adelle Wentworth b. 10 May 1864; m. 

Charles Quint, 5 Nov. 1884. 
Alvah Durant Wentworth b. 5 June 1869. Unm. 
Herbert Trafton Wentworth b. 10 Feb. 1871 ; m. 

1892, Carrie E. Sias. 
Elmer Newell Wentworth b. 23 May 1875; m. 

1894, Annie Whitehouse. 

Albert S. Stackpole (Tobias', Tobias*, Joshua^ Philips 
James^) born 21 Feb. 1842, married 8 March 1867, Lavinia 


M. Curry, a maternal cousin. She died 4 May 1907. He 
was a soldier in the Civil War. Lives in West Lebanon, Me. 
Three ch. 

William T. b. 16 April 1869; m. 1 Sept. 1897, 

Susan Mabel Brooks of Somerville, Mass., dau. 

of George T. and Emma M. (Bowers) Brooks, 

b. 1872; m. (2) 30 March 1914, Ella Rena 

Loomis, b. 26 April 1885. Res., Rochester, 

N. H. Ch. 

Norman B. b. 4 Oct. 1900 in Sacramento, Cal. 

William Albert b. 14 Nov. 1902; in Somerville, 

Viola Doris Mabel b. 4 July 1906 in Somer- 
ville, Mass. 

Helen Maud b. 30 March 1915 in Rochester, 
N. H. 
Arthur H. b. 29 Oct. 1876; m. 10 July 1899, 

Bertha Ella Daney of Lebanon, Me., b. 23 May 

1881. Res., West Lebanon, Me. Ch. 

Alice Claire b. 3 Nov. 1900. 
Robert V. b. 5 Dec. 1890 ; m. 1 Jan. 1916, Clara 

E. Lord. Res., West Lebanon, Me. Ch. 

Marion Charlotte b. 16 Aug. 1918. 

William T. Stackpole (Tobias% Tobias*, Joshua^ Philip% 
JamesO born 12 March 1845, married 14 April 1867, 
Henrietta M. Foss. Soldier in the Civil War. Res., 
Warren, 111. 

Albert S. b. 6 May 1868. 

Nellie b. 27 May 1873 ; m. 25 Dec. 1895, Edward 

Marr. He d. 1 April 1914. Ch. 

Edna Marr b. 6 Oct. 1896. 

Theodore H. Marr b. 9 May 1904. 
Wilham E. b. 27 May 1873; m. 18 Dec. 1900, 

Sarah Gilbert. Ch. 

Bessie b. 24 July 1904. 
John B. b. 12 Dec. 1878 ; m. 25 March 1908, Eda 

Gutzmer. Ch. 

Ethel Mae b. 13 Jan. 1909. 

Ruth Henrietta b. 4 June 1911. 

Ward Austin b. 14 Sept. 1917. 
Austin A. b. 13 March 1881. 
Charles H. b. 7 Dec. 1883 ; d. 7 Nov. 1889. 



Jeremiah Stackpole (Alexander', Tobias*, Joshua^, 
Philip-, JamesO born 15 Jan. 1836, married 28 Aug. 1860, 
Mary A. Earle. He died 15 July 1881. 7 ch. 

Florence b. 28 March 1862; d. Oct. 1862. 

John A. b. 23 July 1863 ; d. June 1882. 

Albretta b. 3 April 1865 ; d. Dec. 1865. 

Addie b. 19 Dec. 1867 ; d. Oct. 1873. 

Annie Lame b. 11 Dec. 1869; m. 28 Oct. 1886, 

Charles S. Hersom. She d. 18 May 1918. Ch. 

Arthur Lester Hersom b. 6 June 1887; m. 12 

June 1907, Blanche Addie Philpot of S. 

Berwick, Me. Ch., Arnold Lester Hersom 

b. 19 Sept. 1909 ; Charles Elmer Hersom b. 

22 May 1911; Hollis Ellsworth Hersom b. 

23 July 1919. 

Addie Belle Hersom b. 25 Aug. 1891; m. 10 
Jan. 1910, James Henry Doherty. Ch., 
Leah Arline Doherty b. 9 Oct. 1910; Ellen 
Frances Doherty b. 25 Sept. 1916. 

Matilda Jenks b. 28 June 1870 ; m. 22 Nov. 1893, 

Albert E. Stevens, Somersworth. 

Frances May Stevens b. 6 May 1896. 
Maud Rilph b. 11 Aug. 1877; m. 14 March 1895, 

Edward Marshall Quint. 

Marshall E. Quint b. 31 May 1896; m. 17 Aug. 
1916, Florence Butland of Eliot, Me. 

Gladys May Quint b. 17 Sept. 1897. 

Phyllis Belle Quint b. 17 Sept. 1897. 

Bernice Frances Quint. 

Robert Harland Quint. 

Alice Elizabeth Quint. 

Clyde Russell Quint. 

Florence May Quint. 

James Stackpole (Aaron'', James*, James^ Philip-, 
JamesO was born in Belmont, Me., 18 Oct. 1806. He mar- 
ried (1) 1830 Eliza Dunton, who died in Beloit, Wis., 1841. 
He married (2) Sarah Ann Rue, (3) 27 June 1847, at Man- 
chester, 111., Sarah Elizabeth Chamberlin, who was born 
29 Nov. 1828 in Auburn, N. Y., and died 23 March 1895 at 


St. Paul, Minn. He died 29 June 1884 in Prairie du Chien, 
Wis. Three ch. by first marriage. 

Abigail Ann b. 24 Nov. 1830 ; m. H. C. DeMunn. 
Both deceased. He was clerk of circuit court 
over thirty years, in Belvidere, 111. Ch. 
George M. DeMunn b. 4 Aug. 1852. 
Ella J. DeMunn b. 14 Feb. 1854; m. Geo. 

V^ickers N^o ch 
Kittie A. DeMunn *b. 10 April 1860; m. 10 

April 1885, L. C. Palmer, who d. 1913. 
M. Gertrude DeMunn b. 4 Jan. 1867 ; m. John 

Inness. He d. 28 May 1917. 

316. James Henry b. 14 July 1834 ; m. Elizabeth Webb. 
Mariette b. ; m. Dan Winchester. One son 

Charles Winchester. 

Children by third marriage, besides five who 
d. in infancy. 
Elizabeth b. 19 July 1848; m. George W. 

Williams, who d. 21 Sept. 1910, at Beloit, Wis. 

No ch. She m. (2) 1 Feb. 1914, Daniel D. 

Norton, Grand Harbor, N. Dakota. 
Hannah b. 30 Oct. 1851; m. (1) 1 Jan. 1871, John 

P. Gentil, (2) 29 Dec. 1887, Milton C. 

Twitchell. Res., Madison, Wis. She is a 
writer and translator of French. 

Eugenie P. Gentil b. 26 Dec. 1871. 

Thurman P. Gentil b. 20 Dec. 1876. 

Edward C. Twitchell b. 27 Dec. 1891. See 
Military Record. 
George W. b. 13 Jan. 1854 ; m. 26 June 1888, Kate 

Bowman. No ch. St. Paul, Minn. He was 

educated at St. John's College, Prairie du 

Chien, Wis., and died 27 Jan. 1908. She d. 

in Aug. 1919. 

317. William C. C. b. 25 May 1863; m. Adelaide 

Edna L. b. 23 Sept. 1864 ; m. 4 June 1897, Lewis 

A. Allen. He d. 15 Feb. 1899. She lives at 

York Hotel, Denver, Col. 
Bertha M. b. 4 Oct. 1866. Stenographer, Denver, 

Col. Died 30 June 1918. 
E. Maude b. 6 Oct. 1870 ; m. 16 April 1895, Frank 

L. Richards. Res., Aberdeen, S. Dakota. 

Archer Card Richards. See Military Record. 

Frank A. Richards. 



William Stackpole (James\ James*, James', Philip^ 
JamesO born at Thomaston, Me,, 21 Jan. 1805, married (1) 
18 Dec. 1833 Mary Colley, who was born in 1805 and died 
4 April 1843, (2) 26 Jan. 1845, Louise Austin, who was born 
in 1813 and died 2 Nov. 1891. He died in Thomaston 30 
Nov. 1886. 

318. Thomas b. 29 Sept. 1834 ; m, Lucinda P. Harrison. 

319. Elkanah b. 29 Sept. 1835; m. Mary P. Stone. 
Edgar b. 14 March 1837; m. 15 Oct. 1862, 

Antoinette Jordan, b. 19 March 1842. Mer- 
chant in Thomaston, Me. He d. 26 May 1906. 
Mary Louise b. 1 Sept. 1863 ; m. 30 Nov. 1887, 

James Dingley. One ch. 

Emily Antoinette Dingley b. 12 Aug. 1891. 


Samuel B. Stackpole (James% James*, James^ Philip-, 
JamesO born in Thomaston, Me., 24 April 1811, married 
(1) 5 June 1836, Margaret N. Spear, who was born 9 April 
1817 and died 31 May 1851, (2) 5 Oct. 1851 Sarah Anne 
Knight of Eastport, Me. She died 1 Jan. 1893, aged 80 
years. Removed to Falmouth Foreside, Me., and died there 
about 1887. 8 ch. by first marriage. 

Pearl, died young. 

Eliza m. Richard B. Kelly. 

320. Edwin F. b. about 1840 ; m. Mary A. P. Perkins. 
Charles, died young. 

Eugene b. 1842; d. 24 Aug. 1864 in the Union 

Sarah F. b. about 1849; m. 30 Dec. 1868, John 

Polton in Boston, (2) A. S. French and 1. at 

Easton, Mass. 
Mary Jane b. 22 May 1852; m. 10 May 1887, 

Howard W. Sargent. 
Harris d. in Portland, Me., 9 April 1840, aged 

21 yrs. 
By second marriage one daughter, 

Lydia W. b. 30 June 1853; m. 19 Jan. 1873, 
Charles R. Nelson of Falmouth, Me. She 
d. 3 Dec. 1892. 4 ch. 


Julia Ann Nelson b. 17 Aug. 1877, 
William A. Nelson b. 7 Feb. 1880. 
Sarah E. Nelson b. 2 Oct. 1883. 
Charles F. Nelson b. 5 Feb. 1887. 

Harris Stackpole (James% James*, James% Philip-, 
JamesO born in Thomaston, Me., 8 June 1816, married (1) 
25 June 1841, Martha Jane Twitchell, whose family name 
was changed to Mitchell by act of legislature approved 14 
March 1841. She was daughter of Cyprian and Lucretia 
(Davis) Mitchell. She died 13 Dec. 1892. He married (2) 

4 Sept. 1895, Olive I. Trefethen. He died in Thomaston 21 
Nov. 1896. He was a sea-captain many years and after- 
ward a merchant in Thomaston, a man of ability and highly 
respected. One son 

321. Frederic W. b. 28 April 1844; m. Abbie F. 
McCullum, (2) Sarah E. Tobey. 

Oliver B. Stackpole (James^ James*, James% PhiHp-, 
JamesO born in Thomaston, Me., 4 March 1831, married 

5 Oct. 1856, Susan Rice French, daughter of George and 
Chloe, born in Hingham, Mass. Soldier in the Civil War. 
He died 23 Aug. 1863. His widow married 1 Jan. 1870, 
John Allen Loud. Res., S. Weymouth, Mass. Ch. 

Cora Ella b. 28 Dec. 1858; d. 17 Feb. 1860. 
OHver B. b. 4 Jan. 1863; m. 13 Feb. 1883, B. 

Lizzie Shaw. 3 ch. 

Cora B. b. 24 Aug. 1883; m. 15 Mch. 1904, 
Henry Sanford Pool. 

Lester Otis b. 17 April 1887. 

Burton Oliver b. 3 Sept. 1891. 

Cornelius Stackpole (Cornelius^ James*, James^ 
Philip-, JamesO born in S. Lewiston, Me., 4 June 1823, 
married (1) 14 Dec. 1850, Susan G., daughter of Jeremiah 
Dingley of Durham, Me. She was born 3 April 1824 and 
died 4 June 1882. He married (2) July 1885, Mrs. Caroline 


Maddox of Auburn, Me., where he was in trade a long time. 
Soldier in the Civil War. He died at Auburn 20 Jan. 1891. 
She died 26 May 1913, aged 83-3-15. 

Fred E. b. 16 Sept. 1852; d. 23 Sept. 1872. 
Jennie D. b. 9 June 1863 ; m. 19 Dec. 1883, Arthur 

C. Sprague of Auburn, Me., b. 4 Jan. 1861. 

One ch. 

Alice Hazel Sprague b. 30 July 1886; m. Ira 
Benjamin Safford. 
Hattie M. b. 11 May 1867; d. 11 Nov. 1874. 

James Stackpole (Cornelius"', James*, James", Philip-, 
James^) born 11 April 1822, married (1) Oct. 1854, Mary 
Eliza Sprague, who was born 22 Feb. 1836 in Charlotte, 
Me., and died 1 Dec. 1862 in Calais, Me. He married (2) 
5 May 1863, Sarah E. Ells, who was born 7 Oct. 1832 in 
Pembroke, Me., and died 17 June 1906. He lived as a mer- 
chant in Calais Me., where he died 24 Dec. 1897. 

322. Cyrus Freeman b. 5 Dec. 1856 ; m. Mary A. Fisher. 
Mary b. 8 Nov. 1858; d. 21 Aug. 1859. 

Mary L. b. 19 Nov. 1860 ; d. 9 May 1887. 
Children by second marriage 

323. Frank Elmer b. 22 April 1864; m. Ada C. Holt. 
James Fred b. 28 April 1866 ; d. 6 Oct. 1875. 
Charles Abraham b. 18 Sept. 1868; d. 21 June 

Wilmot Fisk b. 1 Dec. 1870. 
Mabel N. (adopted) b. 5 April 1879 in Hahfax, 

N. S. ; m. Charles Henry Eveleth, 14 Nov. 

1900, and 1. in Auburn, Me. Three ch. 

Grace Standish Eveleth b. 30 Oct. 1901. 

Bernard Stackpole Eveleth b. 8 Nov. 1903. 

Daughter b. 14 July 1920. 

Anne Elizabeth Stackpole (William^ James*, James\ 
Philip-, JamesO born 3 Sept. 1822; married, 31 Dec. 1840, 
Benjamin Kellogg who was born 27 April 1806 and died 
22 Dec. 1855. She died 5 Jan. 1844. Two ch. 

William S. Kellogg b. 24 June 1842 in Pekin, 111. ; 
m. 18 Oct. 1866 at Rochester, N. Y., Sarah 


Jane Allen, b. 21 May 1846 near Bantry, co. 
Cork, Ireland. Lawyer. Five ch. 
Benjamin S. Kellogg b. 10 Oct. 1867. 
Richard Allen Kellogg b. 17 Sept. 1872. 
Frances Elizabeth Kellogg b. 12 March 1877. 
William Snow Kellogg b. 30 Nov. 1878. 
Anne Allen Kellogg b. 3 Oct. 1880. 
Benjamin Kellogg b. 31 Dec. 1843 ; d. 17 Jan. 1844. 

William T. Stackpole (William% James*, James^ Philip^, 
JamesO born in Thomaston, Me., 18 Dec. 1827, married 26 
Feb. 1856 at Pekin, 111., Jennie Sophia Harlow. Lived at 
Fairburg, 111. He died 4 April 1893. She is dead. 

Mary Lillias b. 19 Nov. 1857; d. 15 Nov. 1870. 
Anna Susan b. 16 Nov. 1860. 
Wilham George b. 17 Nov. 1866 ; d. 13 Sept. 1867. 
Isabella E. b. 17 Jan. and d. 7 Oct 1871. 


Edward St. Loe Livermore (Sarah^ Crease (Stackpole) 
Livermore, William*, James^ Philip^ James^) born 12 Feb. 
1800 in Portsmouth, N. H., married 21 June 1828 in 
Methuen, Mass., Hannah Gore Brown, who was born 9 
March 1804 in Pittsfield, N. H. He died 24 March 1842 in 
Lowell, Mass. 

Sarah Jane Livermore b. 20 May 1830; m. 15 

Nov. 1848, George W. Beale, b. 15 Nov. 1825 

in Monmouth, Me. 3 ch. 

Edward Livermore Beale b. 22 May 1850. 

Arthur William Beale b. 23 Nov. 1859; m. 8 
Nov. 1886, Annie Scott Fowler. 

Harry St. Loe Beale b. 7 May 1870. 
George Williamson Livermore b. 7 April 1833 ; d. 

2 Jan. 1836. 

Elizabeth Browne Livermore b. 6 Jan. 1839; m. 

3 Oct. 1860, Henry Lewis Gregg in Portland, 
Me., b. 2 Jan. 1838 in Andover, Me. She d. 21 
July 1883 in Portland. No ch. 

Caroline Livermore (Sarah^ Crease (Stackpole) Liver- 
more, William*, James% Philip-, James^) born 5 Oct. 1814 


in Boston, Mass., married 18 July 1838, in Lowell, Mass., 
Josiah Gardner Abbott. She died 17 Sept. 1887. He was 
son of Caleb and Mary (Fletcher) Abbott and was born 
at Chelmsford, Mass., 1 Nov. 1814. Harvard, 1832. Law- 
yer, judge, member of both houses of Mass. legislature, 
member of congress 1875-6. LL.D., Williams College, 1862. 
He died 2 June 1891. Eleven ch. 

CaroHne Mercy Abbott b. 25 April 1839; m. 19 
April 1869, George Derby; d. May 1872. One 
Caroline Derby. 

Edward Gardner Abbott b. 29 Sept. 1840. Har- 
vard, 1860. Capt. 2d Mass. Vol. Inf. 24 May 
1861. Killed at battle of Cedar Mountain 9 
Aug. 1862. Buried at Lowell, Mass. 

Henry Livermore Abbott b. 21 Jan. 1842 in 
Lowell. Harvard, 1860. Enlisted as private 
and rose to rank of Major. Killed at battle of 
the Wilderness, 6 May 1864. His commission 
as Brevet Col. and Brevet Brig. Gen. dates 
from the day of his death. See Harvard Me- 
morial Biographies. 

Fletcher Morton Abbott b. 18 Feb. 1843 ; Capt. in 
2d Mass. Regt. Served on staff of Gen. 
William Dwight. Unm. 

William Stackpole Abbott b. 18 Nov. 1844; d. 6 
May 1846. 

Samuel Appleton Browne Abbott b. 6 March 
1846 ; Harvard, 1866. Enlisted at 16, but not 
called to service; m. (1) Mary Goddard, (2) 
15 Oct. 1873, Abby Frances Wood of Provi- 
dence, R. I. 4 ch. by second marriage, viz., 
Helen Frances, Madeleine, Francis and Caro- 
hne L. He m. (3) in 1896, Maria Dexter. 

Sarah Livermore Abbott m. 12 Oct. 1870, William 
Pickman Fay of Boston. Ch. 
Richard S. Fay b. 9 July 1871. 
Catherine Fay b. 9 Sept. 1872. 
Edward H. Fay b. 13 Sept. 1876. 

FrankHn Pierce Abbott b. 6 May 1852. Harvard 
Law School, 1876. 

Arthur St. Loe Livermore Abbott b. 6 Nov. 1853 ; 
d. 28 March 1863. 


Grafton St. Loe Abbott b. 14 Nov. 1856 ; Harvard 
1877 ; m. 29 Sept. 1890, Mary, dau. of Charles 
Francis Adams of Quincy, Mass. 

Holker Welch Abbott b. 28 Feb. 1858. Artist. 

Henry Jackson Livermore (Sarah^ Crease (Stackpole) 
Livermore, William*, James% Philip^ James^) born 5 June 
1816 in Wheeling, Va., married 1 Sept. 1853 in Lawrence, 
Mass., Susan Hurd Homer, born 19 May 1829 in Amesbury, 
Mass. He died 2 Feb. 1874. Seven ch. 

Edward St. Loe Livermore b. 3 Aug. 1854; d. 

James Homer Livermore b. 6 Aug. 1855 ; d. 12 

Sept. 1855. 
Henry Livermore b. 10 Aug. 1856; d. 13 Aug. 

James Homer Livermore b. 29 June 1858; m. 23 

April 1883 in Portland, Oregon, Agnes Rose 

Boyse b. 18 Aug. 1863. 
Arthur D. Livermore b. 27 Dec. 1860 ; d. 21 Nov. 

Henry Abbott Livermore b. 29 May 1863. 
Grace Grafton Livermore b. 3 Aug. 1865. 

Mary Jane Livermore (Sarah' Crease (Stackpole) 
Livermore, William*, James% Philip-, James^) born 2 Aug. 
1821 in Lowell, Mass., married 7 Oct. 1846, Daniel Saun- 
ders, born 6 Oct. 1822 in Andover, Mass. He was educated 
at Phillips Academy, Andover, and Harvard Law School. 
Member of both Houses of Mass. Legislature. Mayor of 
Lawrence, Mass. He died 19 April 1917. She died 18 
May 1898. 

Charles Gurley Saunders b. 3 Oct. 1847. Har- 
vard 1867. Lawyer. Died 19 Feb. 1918. 

Mary Livermore Saunders b. 19 June 1849. 

Frederick Abbott Saunders b. 14 Jan. 1855; d. 
14 Sept. 1869. 

Annie Grace Saunders b. 7 April 1859. 

Edith St. Loe Saunders b. 24 Feb. 1865. 




Joseph Lewis Stackpole (William', William*, James% 
Philip-, JamesO born in Boston, 28 Dec. 1808, graduated 
at Harvard in 1824 and at the Law School in 1828. He 
married 2 March 1837, Susan Margaret Benjamin of 
Boston, born 20 April 1815. He was a very intimate friend 
of John Lothrop Motley, the historian, who married a sister 
of Joseph Lewis Stackpole's wife, "thus joining two young 
men already like brothers in their mutual affections". 
Motley writes of him long after his death as "our ever 
lamented friend Stackpole". Oliver Wendell Holmes, in his 
Memoir of Motley says that Motley and Stackpole met 
while traveling in Europe. Stackpole was eight years older 
than Motley, "always cool and good-natured. Mr. Stackpole 
was a man of great intelligence, of remarkable personal 
attractions and amiable character". He was killed in a 
railroad accident 20 July 1847. In the Boston Daily Ad- 
vertiser of July 23, 1847, appeared the following obituary, 
written by Hon. Charles Sumner : 

"The sudden death of Mr. Stackpole has filled a large 
circle of friends with poignant grief. 

"He was a graduate of Harvard University in the class 
of 1824 and afterwards studied law. His studies were 
careful and thorough. His attainments were increased by 
travel in Europe. As a member of the Ex. Com. on Modern 
Languages at the University he made his excellent knowl- 
edge, especially of French, useful to the community. Had 
his professional studies been continued, there is reason to 
believe that in some departments he would have contributed 
in no humble measure to the true fame of his country. An 
article in the American Jurist entitled 'Customs and Origin 
of Customary Law', written by Mr. S. while still very 
young, drew the attention of learned men in Europe as 
much, perhaps, as was ever done by any paper of mere 
jurisprudence from our country. It was the subject of com- 
ment by the late Prof. Park at King's College in one of his 
public lectures, who read extracts from it to his classes, and 
it was reproduced in one of the English Law Journals. 
This was at the time when American productions found 


little favor from the mother country. This article will be 
read with interest by students of Jurisprudence and His- 
tory, while it must always possess peculiar attractions as 
the early offering of ingenuous youth to a stern profession 
ardently pursued. Perhaps nothing ever appeared in our 
country from one equally young evincing a finer judicial 

"Mr. Stackpole has been removed from the strongest 
family ties, from a large cluster of friends, from enjoy- 
ments richly spread by competence and taste, and from 
opportunities of usefulness which were before him in ample 
fields, while his sun of life was still high and glowing in 
the heavens. He has passed away as a shadow. Let us 
clasp and hold fast the memory of his virtues." 

His wife survived him half a century, dying 24 April 
1896. Three sons 

324. Joseph Lewis b. 20 March 1838; m. Martha W. 

William b. 27 April 1842 ; d. 10 Aug. 1901. Unm. 
Harvard 1863. 

325. Henry b. 10 June 1846 ; m. Bessie Value. 

Roxana Stackpole (William% William*, James^ Philip-, 
JamesO born 13 Jan. 1813, married 27 May 1835, in 
London, Eng., Frederick Dabney, born 2 Aug. 1809. (He 
was son of John Bass Dabney, who came from Alexandria, 
Va., and m. 30 Oct. 1792, Roxa Lewis of Dedham, born 25 
July 1772. She was daughter of Joseph and Molly (Baker) 
Lewis, and sister of Nancy (Lewis) Hodgdon who m. 
William Stackpole.) She died 26 Feb. 1887. Mr. Dabney 
died 29 Dec. 1857. They lived for some time at Fayal, Azore 
Islands, where he was vice consul and where he died. 
Ten ch. 

Frederick Dabney b. 15 Feb. 1836; d. 16 Feb. 

William Stackpole Dabney b. 26 Dec. 1837 ; d. 30 

Jan. 1838. 
Frederick Dabney b. 5 Aug. 1839; d. 27 March 




Lewis Stackpole Dabney b. 21 Dec. 1840 at Fayal. 
Harvard 1861. Lawyer. Captain in 2d Mass. 
Cav. in the Civil War. Assistant U. S. Dis- 
trict attorney 1866. He m. 22 April 1867, 
Clara, dan. of George T. and Anna S. (Miller) 
Bigelow, and d. 15 May 1908. Four ch. 
Frederick Lewis Dabney b. 5 May 1869. Har- 
vard 1891; m. 30 April 1900, Elizabeth 
Elliot Fay who d. 21 Sept. 1911. Has sons 
Frederick Lewis Dabney and Thomas 
Nicolson Dabney. 
Caroline Miller Dabney b. 13 March 1874 ; m. 

2 Nov. 1906, Augustine H. Parker. 
Clara Bigelow Dabney b. 6 Dec. 1877; d. 3 

Jan. 1879. 
George Bigelow Dabney b. 10 Oct. 1880. 

George Stackpole Dabney b. 25 Nov. 1842; d. 3 
Sept. 1900. Unm. 

Walter Dabney b. 30 Oct. 1844 ; m. 24 Nov. 1874, 
Harriet, dau. of Charles Larkin. Their 
Susanna Rich Dabney b. 7 Oct. 1884. 

Frederick Dabney b. 9 Aug. 1846 at Fayal. Har- 
vard 1866. Lawyer. Clerk in U. S. Court. 
He m. Mrs. Vesin, dau. of Mr. Guillieu of 
Philadelphia. He d. 24 July 1892. Wife d. in 

Arthur Dabney b. 10 July 1848 ; d. 12 Nov. 1848. 

Alfred Stackpole Dabney b. 22 Feb. 1850; m. 3 
Feb. 1881, Tina Shelton Sears, dau. of Fred- 
erick R. and Abertina (Shelton) Sears. Two 

Grace Stackpole Dabney b. 29 Oct. 1881. 
Alfred Stackpole Dabney b. 31 July 1885. 

Grace Stackpole Dabney b. 13 April 1853; d. 1 
July 1854. 

John Ward Gurley Stackpole (William"', William*, 
James^ Philip-, JamesO born 7 Oct. 1816 on Somerset 
Street, Boston, was brought up by his aunt, Mrs. Edward 
St. Loe Livermore, in Lawrence, Mass. In 1847 he became 
manager of an iron mill in Pomeroy, Ohio. He married his 
cousin, Mrs. Emeline (Dabney) Patterson, in 1848. She 
was born at Fayal, Azore Islands, 14 May 1811, and died 


in Boston, 28 Feb. 1885. She was sister of Frederick 
Dabney who married Roxana Stackpole. He died in Paris, 
France, 11 June 1875, and was buried at Mt. Auburn Cem- 
etery, Cambridge, Mass. 3 ch. 

Frederick Dabney Stackpole b. 19 July 1849 in 
Pomeroy, Ohio; m. 8 June 1892, Katharine 
Curtis Osgood. Harvard 1873; Medical 
School 1878. Physician in Roxbury, Mass. 
Died 26 Dec. 1899. The Boston Herald in an 
editorial, "A Valuable life lost", says of him, 
"Dr. Stackpole was a man of rare refinement 
and amiability of character. Thoroughly edu- 
cated and skilled in his profession, his loss will 
be felt by many to whom he had ministered 
as the good physician. He was largely inter- 
ested in philanthropic work also, to which 
much of his time was devoted. It was his 
habit to seek out cases of suffering from pov- 
erty and to take steps to aid the worthy there. 
Numbers of this class will miss him as a kind 
and sympathizing friend. He practised his 
profession more for the opportunities of this 
kind that it afforded him than for the purpose 
of realizing pecuniary remuneration from it, 
which, fortunately, he did not need". 

Emeline Dabney Stackpole m. 14 Oct. 1890, 
Thomas St. John Lockwood of Roxbury, Mass. 
Two ch. He d. in Boston, 4 June 1919. 
Dunbar Lockwood b. 19 Oct. 1891. 
Grace Stackpole Lockwood b. 10 July 1893; 
m. 14 April 1917, Archibald Bullock Roose- 
velt, son of Ex-Pres. Theodore Roosevelt. 
Two children. 
Roxana Stackpole. 

Anne Maria Gurley (Graces Hanfield (Stackpole) 
Gurley, William*, James'-, Philip-, JamesO born in 1800, 
had Francis Welch for guardian at the age of four years. 
She married 12 Feb. 1817, Major Joseph Grafton of U. 
S. A., who had won distinction in the War of 1812 and 
afterward became surveyor of customs in Boston. He was 
born 11 May 1782 and died 24 March 1861. His wife died 
3 June 1851. Seven ch. born in Boston. 


Henry Dearborn Grafton b. 12 Nov. 1817; d. 13 

April 1853 at Davenport, Iowa. He was a 

graduate of West Point and Capt. in U. S. 


Joseph Grafton b. 7 Sept. 1819 ; m. 19 Sept. 1849, 

Elizabeth Remsen of N. Y. No ch. 
John Gurlev Grafton b. 4 Feb. 1823 ; d. 29 Nov. 

1895 in N. Y. 
Edward Clarke Grafton b. 1829 ; d. 24 June 1876 
in N. Y. Commander in U. S. Navy. Unm. 
Rt. Rev. Charles Chapman Grafton, D.D. b. 12 
April 1830. Bishop of the Protestant Epis- 
copal Church. Res., Fond du Lac, Wis. He 
d. 30 Aug. 1912. 
Maria Josephine Grafton b. 8 July 1833; m. 28 
Jan. 1857, Charles Henry Minot of Boston; 
d. 12 July 1893. Three ch. 
Joseph Grafton Minot b. 13 Jan. 1858 ; m. 10 
June 1890, Honora Elizabeth Temple, dau. 
of Thomas L. Winthrop, and had son 
Joseph G. W. Minot b. 17 Oct. 1892. 
Grace Josephine Minot b. 19 Sept. 1859; m. 
Francis Inman Amory. 3 ch. 
Mary Josephine Amory b. 27 June 1887. 
Charles Minot Amory b. 6 Dec. 1889. 
Francis Inman Amory b. 16 May 1895. 
Charles Henry Minot b. 9 Nov. 1862. Har- 
vard 1886; d. 30 Nov. 1887. 
James Ingersoll Grafton b. 16 June 1842. Har- 
vard 1862. Lieutenant and Captain in the 
Civil War. Killed at the battle of Averys- 
borough, N. C, 16 March 1865. 

Francis William Welch (Margaret^ Crease (Stackpole) 
Welch, Williams JamesS Philip-, JamesO born 5 Nov. 1808, 
married 9 Oct. 1839, Marianne, dau. of Benj. and Orient 
(Turner) Humphrey and lived in Brookline, Mass. He 
died 28 Nov. 1899. She died in Paris Aug. 1885. 

Marianne Humphrey Welch b. 15 July 1840; m. 
18 Oct. 1865, Charles Dwight, b. 6 May 1842. 
Harvard 1862. Lieut, in U. S. Vols., serving 
through the Civil War. Both died before 1915. 
One son 

Dr. Wilder Dwight b. 20 April 1868, San 
Francisco, Cal.; m. 11 Sept. 1895, Marie C. 


Freybrodt and has son, Charles Dwight b. 

13 Dec. 1896. 
Margaret Crease Welch b. Feb. 1843; m. 5 Nov. 
1879, in Paris, Antoine Le Rey de Lecluse. He 
d. s. p. 8 Jan. 1892. 
Francis Gatcomb Welch b. 1 Aug. 1848; m. 10 
May 1870, Jane Marriot Wilson. 5 ch. 
Margaret Hayes Welch b. 27 Feb. 1871; m. 

Joseph S. Fay. 
Francis William Welch b. 5 Aug. 1873 ; m. 14 

Feb. 1900, Ruth Hayes. 3 ch., Francis W. 

Welch, Jr., John Hayes Welch and Ruth 

Edward Holker Welch b. 1 Sept. 1875 ; d. 29 

May 1890. 
Wm. Marriot Welch b. 22 Nov. 1876. 
Hamilton Wilson Welch b. 5 Nov. 1878. 

Harriet Welch (Margaret Crease (Stackpole) Welch 
(William*, James^ Philip-, JamesO born 9 Oct. 1810, mar- 
ried 24 Dec. 1833, Rev. John C. Phillips, son of John Phil- 
lips, first mayor of Boston, and brother of Wendell Phillips, 
the orator and reformer. She died 28 March 1891. Her 
husband died 1 Nov. 1878. Seven ch. 

Margaret Welch Phillips b. 12 July 1835; m. 21 
April 1858, Alfred B. Hall, merchant. No ch. 
She d. 25 Jan. 1902. 

John C. PhilHps b. 31 Oct. 1838 ; m. Anna R., dau. 

of Alanson and Martha (Robeson) Tucker. 

He d. 1 March 1885. Five ch. 

John C. Phillips b. 5 Nov. 1876. 

William Phillips b. 30 May 1878. 

Anna Tucker Phillips b. 25 April 1880. 

Martha Robeson Phillips b. 1 Feb. 1882. 

George Wendell Phillips b. 22 Nov. 1883. 
Emily Susan Philhps b. June 1843 ; d. Aug. 1845. 
Harriet Phillips b. 31 May 1846 ; d. 8 May 1848. 
Miriam Walley Phillips b. 28 May 1849; m. 26 

April 1882, William H. Rollins, M.D. No ch. 
Anna Dunn Phillips b. 15 Oct. 1850 ; m. 25 Sept. 

1891, Francis H. Williams, M.D. No ch. 


Caroline Crowninshield Phillips b. 13 July 1852; 
m. 1 June 1876, Charles N. Talbot. She d. 
26 April 1878. One son 
Charles N. Talbot b. 25 April 1877. 

Charles Alfred Welch (Margaret Crease (Stackpole) 
Welch, William*, James% Philip-, JamesO born 30 Jan. 
1815, graduated at Harvard in 1833, and became a lawyer 
in Boston. He was Grand Master of Masons in Mass., 
1874-6. He furnished much of the information about de- 
scendants of William Stackpole of Boston. He married 20 
Aug. 1844, Mary Love, daughter of Kirk and Anna (Haden) 
Boott, who was born 4 Oct. 1823 and died 29 March 1899. 
He died 22 Jan. 1908. 5 ch. 

Charles A. Welch b. 30 July 1847; m. 27 Dec. 

1869, Emily Blagden Phillips, dau. of George 

William and Emily (Blagden) Phillips, b. 1 

April 1849. No ch. 

Francis Boott Welch b. 21 Jan. 1849; d. 30 Jan. 

Francis Clarke Welch b. 18 Jan. 1850 ; m. 15 Dec. 
1880, Edith, dau. of Frederic W. and Maria 
Wilder (Phelps) Thayer of Boston, b. 9 Feb. 
1857. Lawyer in Boston. Children 
Francis C. Welch b. 12 Oct. 1881; d. 10 Sept. 

Edward Sohier Welch b. 27 Jan. 1888; m. 3 
June 1909, Barbara, dau. of Holmes and 
Susan (Stearns) Hinkley. 3 ch. 
Barbara Welch b. 3 March 1910. 
Francis Clarke Welch b. 26 March 1911. 
Edward Sohier Welch Jr. b. 4 Nov. 1916. 
Charles Alfred Welch b. 25 Dec. 1900. 
Eugenia Donaldson Welch b. 24 May 1855; d. 2 

Dec. 1855. 
Ralston Edward Welch b. 30 April 1857; d. 13 
April 1869, at Georgetown College, D. C. 

Caroline Maria Welch (Margaret Crease (Stackpole) 
Welch, William*, James^ Philip-, JamesO born 26 March 
1820, married 15 Jan. 1840, Edward Augustus Crownin- 


shield, born in Salem, Mass., 25 Feb. 1817. Harvard 1836. 
He died in Boston 20 Feb. 1859. His father, Benjamin W. 
Crowninshield, was Secretary of the Navy in the cabinets 
of Presidents Madison and Munroe. His widow married 
(2) 23 Dec. 1869, Howard Payson Arnold of Boston. She 
died 14 Oct. 1897. Three ch. 

Edward A. Crowinshield b. Jan. 1841 ; d. 13 July 
1867. Unm. 

Francis W. Crowninshield b. May 1843; d. May 
1866. Unm. 

Frederick Crowninshield b. 27 Nov. 1845; m. 24 
Oct. 1867, Helen Susette Fairbanks. He was 
graduated at Harvard in 1866. He studied 
painting in water colors, and spent much time 
in London, Rome, Vienna and Paris. In- 
structor in drawing and painting at the 
Boston Museum of Fine Arts, 1879-85. Di- 
rector of the American Academy in Rome, 
1909-11. President of the Fine Arts Federa- 
tion of New York. Honorary member of the 
Architectural League. Corresponding mem- 
ber of the American Institute of Architects. 
Writer on various phases of art. He died at 
Naples, Italy, 13 Sept. 1918. Three ch. 
Helen Susette Crowninshield b. in Paris 28 

July 1868 ; m. 28 Sept. 1895, Carl Augustus 

de Gersdorff, lawyer of N. Y. 3 ch. 

Josephine de Gersdorff b. 18 June 1896. 

Alma de Gersdorff b. 25 Nov. 1897. 

Caspar de Gersdorff b. 10 March 1901. 

Edward Augustus Crowninshield b, in Rome 7 
April 1870. 

Francis Welch Crowninshield b. in Paris 24 
June 1872. 


Aaron Stackpole (John D.^ John% James% Philip^ 
JamesO born in Durham, Me., 18 Jan. 1801, married 21 
Feb. 1828, Mary B. Hinkley of Lisbon, Me., born 26 May 
1808. She died 20 Aug. 1875. He m. (2) 13 May 1877, 
Mrs. Sarah Harmon. He was a farmer and merchant. 
Died in Gardiner, Me., 22 June 1885. First six children 


born in Lisbon, Me., the last three in West Gardiner, Me. 
Second wife died 16 Sept. 1882, aged 72. 

Frances L. b. 28 Dec. 1828; m. 10 Sept. 1848, 
Artaxerxes C. Hoyt of Gardiner, born 22 July 
1819 in Grafton, N. H. She d. in Gardiner 6 
Nov. 1887. 3 ch. 
Anne J. Hoyt b. 17 Jan. 1852 in Boston, Mass.; 

m. Martin Horn ; 1. in Gardiner. Has dau. 

Ethel Horn b. 1880. 
James W. Hoyt b. 27 Sept. 1855 in Medford, 

Josephine P. Hoyt b. 30 Sept. 1859 in Gar- 
diner ; m. Frank W. Cox of Portland, Me. 
William Henry b. 29 March 1830; m. Nancy P. 
Dodge. He was a soldier in the Civil War 
and d. 3 April 1866. One dau., Carrie F., d. 
1 Nov. 1864, aged 4 yrs. 7 mos. His widow 
m. 2 April 1868, Sumner Hopkins and d. 10 
March 1880, aged 53 yrs. 
James W. b. 17 Oct. 1831 ; m. 12 Sept. 1854, Mary 
(Ware) Goodwin ; d. s. p. 12 Nov. 1854. She 
m. (2) 28 Nov. 1857, John F. Demeritt. 
Hannah Ellen b. 17 Jan. 1834 ; m. 20 Aug. 1855, 
George Libby Towle of Gardiner, Me., b. 20 
Nov. 1832. She d. 8 Aug. 1897. 3 ch. 
Wm. Fletcher Towle b. 3 Aug. 1857; m. 24 

Nov. 1882, Lucena Young. 2 ch, 

LiUian Frances Towle b. 29 Jan. 1887. 

Lee Cushman Towle b. 30 Dec. 1894. 
Fred Watson Towle b. 4 March 1859 ; d. 8 Dec. 

George Percy Towle b. 8 July 1866; m. 28 

July 1890, Florence E. Berry. 

Leander C. b. 20 July 1836; m. 25 April 1858, 
Abbie H. McCausland, who was b. March 1834 
and d. 19 Oct. 1896. He d. in Hallowell, Me., 
24 Dec. 1919. 
Lizzie 0. b. 2 May 1863; m. 26 Nov. 1890, 

Merritt C. Rose of Litchfield, Me. 
Frank b. 1860; d. 1867. 

Aaron b. 16 April 1838; m. (1) Delia Lancaster, 
who d. 18 Oct. 1869, aged 26, (2) 3 Dec. 1872, 
Abbie E. Bowie of Gardiner, b. 9 May 1848. 
He was a carriage smith. Res., Roxbury, 
Mass. Soldier in the Civil War. He died 15 


June 1911 in Boston, Mass. One son by first 

marriage, two daughters by second. 

James b. 8 Feb. 1863; m. 7 Aug. 1883 in 

Boston, Emma J., dau. of Richard and 

Barbara Taylor. Has dau. 

Laura b. about 1884. 
Jennie L. b. 13 July 1876. 
Mabelle J. b. 16 June 1881 ; m. 10 Nov. 1909, 

Frederick Hall Corey. 
Charles Thomas b. 26 May 1841 ; m. 7 Nov. 1874, 
Luella A., dau. of Stephen W. and Roxana 
(Brawn) Townsend, who was b. 2 March 1850 
and d. 14 Sept. 1899. Res., Gardiner, Me. 4 

Infant b. and d. 1876. 
Josephine Blanche b. 10 Sept. 1878 ; d. 24 Feb. 

Grace Townsend b. 14 Aug. 1880; d. 16 July 

1919 in N. Y. City. 
Charles Thomas Jr. b. 12 March 1887; m. 10 

April 1910, Ora L. Doty of Fairfield, Me. 

Joseph Thomas b. 7 Sept. 1913. 

Norman Eugene b. 7 Oct. 1915. 
Mary M. b. 6 May 1847 ; m. 26 Aug. 1871, Albert 
Greenleaf Bowie. He was b. 3 July 1850 and 
was a member of the class of 1875 at Bowdoin 
College. Architect. Res., Gardiner, Me. She 
d. s. p. 27 March 1901. 
George H. b. 27 Nov. 1849; m. 8 Jan. 1872, Laura 
Ella Tobey, dau. of Joseph and Sarah Tobey 
of Gardiner. He d. in Boston, Mass., 16 
March 1894. She m. 29 April 1894, Judson 
Bisco. Two ch. by first marriage. 
Maud V. b. 6 July 1876 in Gardiner, Me.; m. 

28 April 1897, Fred H. Cadwell, Roxbury, 

Sarah B. b. 15 Nov. 1882. 

Jane Webster (Hannah'' (Stackpole) Webster, John*, 
James', Philip-, JamesO born 5 Sept. 1796 in Durham, Me., 
married 1 July 1813, Moses Rowe of Danville, now Auburn, 
Me. She died 30 Nov. 1827 in Bangor, Me. 

Jane Webster Rowe b. 27 Sept. 1814; m. 1841, 
Benjamin G. Hoyt b. at Durham, Me., 17 


March 1814. He d. 9 Aug. 1853 at Beach 

Grove, Tenn., where he was a professor in a 

literary institution. She d. 22 Dec. 1868. One 


Henry N. W. Hoyt b. 5 Nov. 1842 in Durham, 

Me. Bowdoin 1864. Served in 7th R. I. 

Cav. in the Civil War. Lawyer and 

teacher. Res., New Rochelle, N. Y. 

Henry Ricker Stackpole Rowe b. 3 July 1819. 

Twice married, d. s. p. 1893. 
Sarah Dyer Rowe b. 17 Sept. 1821; m. 1844, 

George H. Sanderson. He was mayor of San 

Francisco, Cal., 1891-2 and d. 1 Feb. 1893. 

She d. 2 Jan. 1911. Res., Stockton, Cal. 

George Rowe Sanderson b. 1848 in Boston, 
Mass. ; m. 1875, Charlotte Stetson Hopkins 
at Bangor, Me. Graduated at Harvard 
Law School. 

Edward Hall Sanderson b. 1854 in Stockton, 
Cal.; m. 1879, Anna Rose at Los Angeles, 

William Webster Sanderson b. 1858 at 
Stockton, Cal.; m. 1878, Belle Riordan at 
Los Angeles, Cal. 

Henry Ellis Sanderson b. 1858 at Stockton, 
Cal. Graduated at University of Cal. in 
1879 and at Cooper Medical College in 
1885. Ph.B. and M.D. Professor of Prin- 
ciples and Practice of Medicine in Cooper 
Medical College, San Francisco, 1893-4. 
Physician at the State Hospital at Stock- 
ton, Cal. He m. 1895, Elizabeth Gill at 
^fi n T^T*fl TIP moo 
William Webster Rowe b. 15 April 1824; m. (1) 

1852, Jane Gulliver, who d. in 1853, (2) 11 

June 1856, Mary Elizabeth French. He died 

11 June 1886. One child by first marriage, 

four children by second. 

William Henry Gulliver Rowe b. 20 Feb. 1853, 
at Auburn, Me. A.B. Bowdoin, 1876, 
M.D. Columbia 1880. He m. 30 April 
1885, Eva Andrews. Manufacturer. Res., 
Denver, Col. One dau. 
Dorothy Webster Rowe b. 13 Jan. 1893. 

George S. Rowe b. 24 April 1857; d. Jan. 1858. 

Nellie Rowe b. 5 Nov. 1859; m. 4 Dec. 1878, 
Charles E. Fish. Harvard 1880. A. M. 


Dartmouth 1890. Teacher. Supt. of 
schools. Prin. of Phillips Exeter Academy 
1890-5. Died 1916. Res., Amesbury, 

Sarah D. Fish b. 25 April 1880. 

Elizabeth R. Fish b. 14 Sept. 1881. 

Charles R. Fish b. 1 Dec. 1884; d. 1916. 

Edith S. Fish b. 5 Aug. 1893. 

Helen Webster Fish b. 15 April 1895. 
Harriet S. Rowe b. 22 Nov. 1862; m. 30 June 

1885, John G. Saxton. No ch. 
Sarah B. Rowe b. 22 Nov. 1862; m. 31 July 
' 1886, William G. McCune. Their son, 

WilHam Rowe McCune b. 17 June 1887. 

She d. . 

Aurelia Rowe m. 28 Dec. 1837, Rufus Jordan. 

Res., Chicago, 111. 3 daughters. 

Henrietta Jordan m. P. L. Weaver and d. in 
San Francisco, Cal. 

Helen Jordan m. James Denman and 1. in San 
Francisco. A dau., Mary W. Denman and 
a son, William Denman, who is a graduate 
of the University of Cal. and of the Har- 
vard Law School and practised law in San 

Josephine Jordan m. J. D. Congdon and had 
three sons and a dau. in Chicago. 


Betsey Webster (Hannah^ (Stackpole) Webster, John*, 
JamesS Philips JamesO born 11 Oct. 1797, married 23 Feb. 
1826, William Miller of Durham, Me. He was born 4 April 
1800 and died 20 Aug. 1856. Farmer in Durham. She died 
in Bristol, Conn., Aug. 1872. Four ch. 

Simon Miller b. 10 May 1828; m. 27 Feb. 1856, 
Josephine, dau. of William and Abbie P. 
(Wescott) Robinson, born 23 Dec. 1838. He 
died 3 Jan. 1883. Res., Lewiston, Me. Two 
Gertrude Wood Miller b. 14 Sept. 1857. 

William Robinson Miller b. 20 Sept. 1866. 
Architect, Portland, Me. 
William Simonton Miller b. 18 Dec. 1830; m. 18 
Feb. 1863, Melissa J. Strout, who was b. 7 


March 1837 in Bridgton, Me. Res., Lisbon, 

Me. One son 

Frederick Henry Miller b. 14 Feb. 1865; m. 21 
June 1893, Julia L., dau. of Andrew and 
Fannie (Libby) Fitz of Durham, who was 
b. 11 Jan. 1868. Farmer, Lisbon, Me. 
No ch. 
Hannah E. Miller b. 22 Feb. 1835; d. 5 March 

James Henry Miller b. 7 July 1839; m. Annie 

Johnson of Bridgton, Me. Soldier in the Civil 

War. Musician and farmer. Res., Bowlder, 

Montana. She died . One son. 

Frank Colby Miller, accidentally killed at 
Bowlder, Nov. 1896, aged 20. 

Joseph Webster (Hannah' (Stackpole) Webster, John% 
James^ Phihp-, JamesO born 26 March 1806, married (1) 
28 May 1834, Lucinda, daughter of George and Mabel 
(Litchfield) Williams. She was born in Lewiston, Me., 30 
March 1812 and died 28 Aug. 1866. He married (2) the 
widow of his brother Samuel. He lived as a farmer on the 
homestead in Durham, Me., but died in Lewiston 24 Aug. 
1877. Two ch. 

Elizabeth Jane Webster b. 24 Jan. 1837; m. 2 
Dec. 1860, Milton C. Wedgwood, M.D., b. Dec. 
1833. He d. in Lewiston, Me. 

Mary Ellen Webster b. 14 Aug. 1844; m. 20 
March 1867, Ira Alison Shurtleff, b. 12 April 
1842, and d. 8 Aug. 1872. He was Supt. of 
Schools in Englewood, 111. Their only child, 
Arthur Webster Shurtleff, M.D., b. 1 Aug. 
1871 in Chicago, 111., d. 23 Nov. 1895 in Lew- 
iston, Me. 


Samuel Stackpole Webster (Hannah'' (Stackpole) 
Webster, John*, James^ Philip-, JamesO born 23 May 1809 
in Durham, Me., married Harriet Hale of Portland, Me. 
He died at Portland 16 May 1868. His widow married 
Joseph Webster. Samuel's son, Charles Edwin Webster, 
born 9 Feb. 1841, graduated at Bowdoin in 1866, was a 


physician in Portland and d. 24 Dec. 1892. He mar- 
ried and had a son, Hanson Hart Webster, b. 16 Feb. 

1877, who graduated at Bowdoin in 1899. 

Hannah Stackpole Webster (Hannah^ (Stackpole) Web- 
ster, John*, James^ Philip-, JamesO bom in Durham, Me., 
7 Jan. 1818, married, Dec. 1834, Sewall Gushing of Durham. 
She died in Lynn, Mass., 20 Jan. 1889. He was born 23 
April 1806 and died 30 Jan. 1884. Six ch. 

Royal J. Gushing b. 8 July 1836 ; m. M. J. Gates ; 
d. 10 June 1893. Five ch. 
Frank L. Gushing b. 26 Feb. 1875 ; d. 22 April 

H. Emma Gushing. 
Nellie H. Gushing b. 9 Oct. 1877; d. 4 Jan. 

Lillian E. Gushing b. 15 Feb. 1881. 
Sewall Leroy Gushing b. 22 March 1884. 
J. Wesley Gushing b. 24 July 1838 ; m. Mary E. 
Jennerson; d. 6 May 1889. Gh. 
Ethel E. Gushing b. 2 June 1881; d. 6 May 

Anna J. Gushing b. 15 Sept. 1883. 
Hannah E. Gushing b. 11 June 1840; m. A. F. 
Lamb ; d. 24 May 1862. 
James W. Lamb b. 24 May 1862 ; d. 1866. 
Frances E. Gushing b. 25 Jan. 1845. Res., Tryon, 

N. G. 
Harriet Leona Gushing b. 4 Sept. 1847; m. D. E. 
Gonner of Lynn, Mass. She d. s. p. at Tryon, 
N. G., 27 April 1914. Pure, good, kind, sweet, 
gentle, true. 
Roswell S. Gushing b. 17 June 1849 ; m. Eliza H. 
Brown. Res., Lynn, Mass. 
Florence E. Gushing b. 2 Feb. 1893. 
Frances R. Gushing b. Feb. 1895. 

William Henry Stackpole (David D.% John*, James^ 
Philip-, JamesO born 2 Oct. 1807, married 20 Aug. 1829, 
Susan M. Bond of N. Y. She was born 12 July 1811 and 


d. 20 Sept. 1839 at Mobile, Ala. He died at sea, just when 
and where is unknov/n. Two ch. 

Margaret A. b. in N. Y. 2 Oct. 1830 ; m. 15 Dec. 
1852, William Atwater of New Milford, Conn. 
He was b. 20 Feb. 1816 and d. 13 May 1883. 
Six ch. 
Elliot Atwater b. 27 Dec. 1853; d. 9 March 

Fanny Bradburn Atwater b. 8 Feb. 1856 in 

N. Y.; m. 21 Dec. 1882, Paul B. Cruger of 

Austin, Texas; d. 25 July 1886. One ch. 

Margaret Atwater Cruger b. 10 Sept. 1883. 
Margaret Bond Atwater b. 2 June 1858; d. 9 

Jan. 1887. 
William Atwater b. 25 June 1860 ; m. 25 July 

1885, Fanny Foster, in Beatrice, Neb. Six 

ch., of whom two died young. 

Edith May Atwater b. 29 Dec. 1887. 

William Clare Atwater b. 10 Aug. 1889. 

Ruth Atwater b. 3 Aug. 1891. 

Frances Miller Atwater b. 10 Dec. 1893. 
Arthur Atwater b. 11 July 1864; d. 21 April 

Edith Atwater b. 31 March 1867; d. 21 April 

Frances Bradburn Stackpole b. 6 Feb. 1833; m. 
19 July 1854, Charles F. Bradburn, b. 4 July 
1830 and d. 12 July 1857, (2) 18 Nov. 1860, 
Amasa Mason of Athol, Mass., b. 19 June 1818 
in Thompson, Conn. Two ch. by first mar- 
riage, William and Helen, died young. She d. 
4 June 1903. 


Charles Augustus Stackpole (David D.% John% James% 
Phihp-, JamesO born 13 Sept. 1809, married 4 Aug. 1835, 
Mary Smith Merrill of Portland, Me., who was born 26 Jan. 
1811 in Portland, Me., and died 18 Oct. 1861 in Gorham, 
Me. He died in Lexington, Mass., 16 Dec. 1890. Lived in 
Portland, Bangor and Gorham, Me. 

The following obituary of Charles A. Stackpole was 
written by Dr. Cyrus Hamlin, who founded Robert College, 
and appeared under the heading, "A True Man Fallen". 


"He was a man of splendid native powers and was fitted 
for college in Portland Academy with every prospect of dis- 
tinction as a scholar. It is greatly to be regretted that cir- 
cumstances should have turned him aside from the very 
path he should have pursued. 

"He put on the Christian armor in early life and was a 
faithful and sound Christian man, a constant student of the 
Bible, a profound believer in it as the Word of the Living 

"Very early, from 1834 and onward through his whole 
life, he became an earnest advocate of total abstinence, and 
also of the abolition of slavery. It was not by any means 
popular to be at the same time a Temperance fanatic' and 
an 'Abolition fanatic' He was both pre-eminently, in the 
language of those days. His addresses were pungent, relig- 
ious, direct, never long, always listened to with profound 
attention, and often with rapturous applause. In the Tree 
Soil Party' he was a leader but would not be a candidate 
for office. He was uncompromisingly honest and just. His 
interest in moral and social questions often conflicted with 
his business. He was successively merchant, cashier of a 
bank, editor of a newspaper, farmer, and so forth. He 
showed fine capacity in all his employments. He might 
have risen to eminence in every one of them. He lacked 
continuance. He would, moreover, sacrifice a fine prospect 
which he thought might conflict with conscience. His con- 
science ruled him.- He obeyed her dictates without hesita- 
tion. Come what may, he would be at peace with himself. 
He never concealed his sentiments. He never failed openly 
to avow and advocate them, however unpopular, if occasion 
occurred. And yet Mr. Stackpole was generally liked even 
by his opponents. His honesty, frankness, fairness dis- 
armed antagonism to a great extent. 

He had fine social qualities. He had a remarkable mem- 
ory. He was a close reader of history. He had a wide 
acquaintance with men. With regard to the men of influ- 
ence and action, the professional and public men of Maine, 
and the social, religious and political changes of the last 
thirty years he was an encyclopaedia of ready information. 


His many articles on the sons of Maine in the Saturday 
issues of the Boston Evening Traveller are specimens of his 
conversation. * * * q that the church were filled with 
members of such clear convictions and earnest lives". 

Hon. Neal Dow wrote to me in 1897, "I knew Charles A. 
Stackpole very well — a very brave man in defending the 
right and resisting the wrong. When he left Portland we 
missed him very much — an earnest and skilful worker in 
the Temperance cause". 

He had four children. 

Martha Dodge b. 12 June 1836, d. in Bangor, Me., 
26 Oct. 1919. Noble, refined, loyal, friendly. 

Charles Augustus b. 9 Feb. 1838 in Bangor, Me. ; 
m. Etta Brackett of Westbrook, Me.; d. s. p. 
in Beaumont, Texas, 17 July 1899. She m. 
(2) George H. Raymond. He d. March 1906. 
She d. 23 Jan. 1920. A daughter by first mar- 
riage took the name of Mary Read Raymond. 
She was b. 13 Dec. 1868 and lives in West- 
brook, Me. 

Edward b. 14 Jan. 1840; d. 20 Feb. 1864 in 
Gorham, Me. 

George b. 15 Feb. 1842 in Bangor; m. 13 Jan. 
1870, Abbie Elizabeth Brackett of Westbrook, 
Me., b. 15 July 1844. Two daughters. 
Alice Deering b. 19 July 1871 in Gorham, Me. 

Abbie Lindette b. 25 April 1873 in Westbrook, 


David Dunlap Stackpole (David D.% John*, James% 
Philip-, JamesO born 2 Aug. 1811, married 24 Nov. 1852 
at Portsmouth, N. H., Celinda Plympton, daughter of James 
P. Plympton of Sudbury, Mass. He died at Boston, Mass., 
11 March 1879. His wife died 8 March 1876, aged 53 years. 

The following Memorial Sketch was read before the 
N. E. Hist, and Gen. Society and printed in the Register, 
Vol. XXXIII 1879, p. 362. 

"Mr. Stackpole came to Boston when a young man, and 
served his time with the house of Daniel Deshon and Co., 


where he won the esteem of the business community. In 
1852 he became associated with Mr. Charles Larkin, under 
the style of Larkin and Stackpole. This business associa- 
tion, which continued till Jan. 1, 1877, was terminated by 
the increasing infirmities of Mr. Stackpole. The firm en- 
joyed the respect and confidence due to a house that main- 
tained its credit by a long and honorable career. Mr. 
Stackpole was an upright and excellent merchant, seeking 
to advance its interests only by fair and worthy means. It 
was said of him, by one who had long held business rela- 
tions with him, that "his word was sufficient, he carried out 
every verbal contract with as much consideration as if it 
were written and recorded". In social life Mr. Stackpole 
was esteemed for his many generous traits. He was a firm 
friend, and his friendship was not limited to mere expres- 
sions of confidence. His many kindly acts will be recalled 
by hundreds who enjoyed his acquaintance. He was a good 
citizen, exerting a wholesome influence in public affairs, 
without seeking or aiming at public notoriety. The loss 
of his wife a few years since deprived him of the counsel 
of a most worthy woman, and left to his guidance a son and 
two daughters. For many years Mr. Stackpole has been 
Consul for the Argentine Republic. His membership dates 
from April 11, 1870". 

The Boston Journal, Jan. 7, 1894, says of him, "His last 
Boston home was in Chester Square. He was not a large 
man, but his figure was as well known in State Street 
as that of any contemporary. * * * He was a very sound 
merchant, and made a careful study of all mercantile ven- 
tures. In war days his patriotism was unbounded. He 
gave of his time, of his energy and of his means most lib- 
erally, and woe betide the unhappy wight who displayed 
any "copperheadism" in his presence. Upon such a char- 
acter he would empty the vials of a righteous wrath until the 
culprit was glad to lapse into sheltering silence. Through 
many a dark era Mr. Stackpole guided his firm's fortunes, 
and he always met every obligation at maturity. He en- 
joyed social life intensely, and extended unbounded hos- 
pitality to a very large circle of friends. When he passed 


away he left no one to fill his place. His character was 
shaped in a strong mould, and in one that was not to be 

Susan R. b. 12 Nov. 1853 ; m. 3 Oct. 1899, Water- 
man J. Tillson, at Lincoln, Mass. 

Edward B. b. 28 Sept. 1855. Entered Harvard 
but did not finish his course on account of 
sickness. Spent some time in Texas. Res., 
Lexington, Mass. 

Maggie b. Oct. 1859; m. 25 Oct. 1881, Alfred H. 

Frances Hall Stackpole (David D.% John*, James% 
Philip-, JamesO born 13 July 1813; married (1) Dominicus 
Parker of Bangor, Me., (2) 1850, Rev. George Bradburn. 
He was born 4 March 1815 and d. 26 July 1880. He was a 
Unitarian clergyman, editor and lecturer on anti-slavery. 
He represented Nantucket in the Mass. legislature of 
1839-41. A reformer of the best type and of unusual 
ability, he enjoyed the friendship of Salmon P. Chase, 
William Lloyd Garrison, Fred Douglass, Gerritt Smith, 
Whittier, Giddings and other noble souls. See Memorial 
prepared by his widow, published by Cupples, Upham and 
Co., Boston, 1883. She died at Melrose, Mass., 16 Jan. 
1899. No ch. 

Elizabeth Angelia Stackpole (David D.% John*, James^, 
PhihpS JamesO born 16 Oct. 1815, married, 16 May 1831, 
John E. Godfrey of Bangor, Me., who was born 6 Sept. 
1809 and died 20 Feb. 1884. She died 17 May 1868. He 
was a prominent citizen of Bangor. Besides attending to 
the duties of lawyer and judge he found time for literary 
studies and contributed many articles of great historical 
value to several magazines. He was a useful member of the 
Maine Historical Society, that published a long and appre- 
ciative sketch of his life and character. Two sons 

John Franklin Godfrey, Capt. of Cav. in Louisiana 
under Gens. Butler and Banks in the Civil 


War. Lieut.-Col. of 2nd Maine Regt. Law- 
yer. Died at Los Angeles, Cal., in 1886. 5 ch. 
John Harold Godfrey d. 2 Aug. 1899. 
Ruth Treat Godfrey m. (1) George F. Root 

and had two daus. and twin sons, (2) 

Walter Post. 
Marion Bartlett Godfrey m. Edward Russell 

Eleanor Parker Godfrey. 
Helen Stackpole Godfrey b. 16 March 1886; 

m. 18 March 1910, Frank Alvan Rue. One 


Frank Godfrey Rue b. 16 Aug. 1918. Res., 

Hobart Mills, Cahf. 

George F. Godfrey b. 23 Oct. 1840 ; m. Abbie R. 

Prentiss of Bangor, Me. He d. 12 Feb. 1897. 


Henry Prentiss Godfrey b. 8 Nov. 1869 ; d. 30 

Jan. 1890 while a student in Bowdoin 

George Herbert Godfrey b. 12 Jan. 1876; d. 

Edward Rawson Godfrey b. 27 Dec. 1877; 

Bowdoin 1899. He m. at Lake Charles, 

La., 22 Feb. 1905, Emma Eastman, b. at 

Cedar Rapids, Iowa, 12 Aug. 1876. She 

graduated at Smith College in 1899. 3 ch., 

all b. at Bangor, Me. 

Mary Elizabeth Godfrey b. 14 Nov. 1905. 

Edward Rawson Godfrey Jr. b. 19 Nov. 

Prentiss Godfrey b. 12 Dec. 1915. 
Angela Godfrey b. 8 Oct. 1871; m. 27 June 

1895, Milton Sherbourn Clifford at Bangor, 

Me. He was born in Lincoln, Me., 6 April 

1871. 4 ch. 

Phyllis Clifford b. 27 Feb. 1896 ; d. 4 Jan. 

Beatrice Clifford b. 4 May 1897. 

Eleanor Clifford b. 6 Jan. 1900. 

Milton Henry Clifford b. 11 Jan. 1905. 

Ellis Merrill Stackpole (David D.^ John*, James^ 
Philip-, James^) born 22 May 1828, married 6 Feb. 1851, 
at Galveston, Texas, Eliza Lockhart Crozier, daughter of 


Robert and Susan (Hardy) Crozier. She was born in 
Brandon, Miss., 13 Sept. 1831. Her father was born in 
Waterford, Ireland, and her mother was born in South 
Carolina. Ellis M. Stackpole died in Galveston 1 Dec. 1886. 
He was an officer in the Confederate army. Was engaged 
in mercantile life, having interest in a line of steamers 
from New York to Galveston, so that his residence was 
sometimes in New York, but chiefly in Galveston. 

The tidal wave that swept over Galveston 8 Sept. 1900, 
caused the death of the widow of Ellis Merrill Stackpole 
and thirteen of their descendants, so that it blotted out the 
Stackpole name in Texas. 

Mary Blanchard b. 6 Feb. 1852 ; d. 9 March 1863. 
Susan Wood b. 8 July 1853; m. 1 Jan. 1873, 

Vincent Pix. Ch., Nellie, Frank and Ellis. 
Ellis Martin b. 16 May 1855 ; d. 8 Sept. 1900. 
Robert F. Crozier b. 4 Oct. 1856 ; d. 23 June 1858. 
Rufus F. Godfrey, twin to Robert; d. 10 July 

Charles Augustus b. 14 Oct. 1858 ; d. same day. 
Edward Lee b. 18 Feb. 1860 in Dallas, Texas ; m. 

11 May 1894 in Lindon, Texas, Addie E. 

Smith. Physician in Galveston. He d. in 

1898. Widow and two sons perished 8 Sept. 


Henriett b. 26 Aug. 1862 ; m. 6 Nov. 1882, John 
S. Cruger. 

Helen Bremonde b. 10 Oct. 1865 ; m. 19 May 1885, 
A. P. Delano. Both with two children per- 
ished 8 Sept. 1900. 

Alfred Townsend b. 26 Aug. 1868 ; d. 5 Feb. 1904 
in Carlsbad, New Mexico. 

William Henry b. 26 Aug. 1870 ; m. 12 May 1895, 
Lillie V. Doyle. Both with two children per- 
ished 8 Sept. 1900. 

Angela Vincent b. 26 July 1874 in Brooklyn, 
N. Y.; m. 15 May 1893, Cason V. Camp of 

Henriett Maria Stackpole (David D.^ John*, James^ 
Philip-, JamesO born 2 May 1830, married 18 April 1850, 


at Galveston, Texas, James F. Cruger, who was born in 
New York 18 Feb. 1822 and died in Austin, Texas, in 1874. 
Three ch. She d. Nov. 1906. 

Helen Louise Cruger b. 21 May 1855 in Durham, 
Me.; m. 4 Nov. 1875, W. H. Autry, who was 
b. 19 Sept. 1854 and d. 10 Dec. 1888, (2) her 
cousin, Harry Cruger, b. 25 Oct. 1862. Three 
Helen Louise Autry b. 5 Nov. 1876 ; m. April 

1897, Gurley R. Blocker, b. 25 June 1870 

near Burley, Texas. She d. April 1902. 

One ch. 

Marie Louise Blocker b. 1899. 
Henriett Cruger Autry b. 8 Sept. 1878. 
James Cruger Autry b. 3 Jan. 1881; d. Aug. 

Paul B. Cruger b. 11 Dec. 1857; m. 18 Dec. 1882, 
Fannie Bradburn Atwater, granddaughter of 
¥/illiam Henry Stackpole, b. in New York 27 
Dec. 1856. She d. 25 July 1886. Their only 
Margaret Atwater Cruger b. 10 Sept. 1883, d. 

Jan. 1902. 
Lotta N. Cruger b. 20 Aug. 1869; resides with 
her mother in Austin, Texas. 


James D. S. Webster (Mary (Stackpole) Webster, 
John*, James', Philip^ JamesO born 12 Nov. 1811, married 
1 Jan. 1838, Jane W. Moore, who was born 25 Aug. 1818 in 
Limington, Me. He was a lumber-merchant. Died at Lim- 
ington 3 Feb. 1876. 

John M. Webster b. 25 Nov. 1838; m. and 

d. s. p. 

Elbridge Webster b. 1 Sept. 1841 ; m. . Ch., 

William M., Beatrice and Wesley. 
Clara L. Webster b. 14 Oct. 1843 ; m. John Hill. 
Has son 

Judge Howard Hill of Portland, Me., who 
has ch. 

Grace Nash Hill. 
John William Hill. 
Mary E. Webster b. 23 March 1846; m. Melville 
Blake. Both deceased. Ch. 


Jennie Blake m. George Ham and d. leaving 


Ida Ham. 
Howard Blake m. Eva Boothby and has son 

Fulton Blake. 
Royal S. Webster b. 23 March 1848. Unm. 
James Webster b. 4 July 1850 ; d. unm. 
Joseph Webster b. 1 Jan. 1853. Unm. 
Henry M. Webster b. 9 Jan. 1856 ; died young. 
Ida I. Webster b. 1 Sept. 1858; d. unm. 

Royal F. Webster (Mary (Stackpole) Webster, John*, 
James% Philip-, JamesO born in Gray, Me., 7 Nov. 1817; 
m. Olive Emery. He died 18 Dec. 1846. She died in 1847. 
Had one son 

Daniel E. Webster b. 27 Dec. 1844; m. 28 July 
1869, Kate Emery. Res., Limington, Me. 
Two ch. 

Benjamin H. Webster b. 17 Nov. 1871. 
Delbert M. Webster b. 1 July 1881. 


Armstrong Webster (Mary (Stackpole) Webster, John*, 
James% Philip-, JamesO born in Gray, Me., 22 July 1822; 
married 24 May 1854, Ardelia M. Ricker of Peru, Me. She 
died in Augusta, Me., 24 June 1868. In the Civil War he 
was a member of Co. K 30th Me. Regt., and died at Man- 
ganzia, La., 17 June 1864. Four ch. 

Joseph Louvill b. 27 March 1855; m. 22 March 
1879, Francelia A. Twombly, who d. in Provi- 
dence, R. I., 13 April 1896. One ch. 
Flora Hortense b. in Rumford, Me., 23 June 
1880; m. 23 Feb. 1899, Walter E. Rogers. 

Albert Webster b. in Gorham, Me., 29 Aug. 1856 ; 
m. Clara M., only child of Albert H. Thayer, 
10 Dec. 1893, and is a farmer on the Thayer 
homestead in Blackstone, Mass. One son 
Louis Armstrong Webster b. 26 Sept. 1894. 
Graduate of Mass. Agricultural College 

Florence A. Webster b. 22 Sept. 1858 ; d. 19 July 


Julia Hortense Webster b. in Gray, Me., 20 June 
1862. Educated at Kent's Hill. Teacher, m. 
28 June 1900, Arthur S. Libby of Gorham, Me. 

207 ■ 
Jane Stackpole Thompson (Lydia (Stackpole) Thomp- 
son, Johns James^ Philip-, James^) born 7 Aug. 1811, 
married 22 Jan. 1827, Henry Story Harris, who was born 
in Greene, Me. 15 Feb. 1807 and died in Dexter, Me., 16 
July 1884. She died in Greene 1 Feb. 1878. Three chil- 
dren, born in Greene. 

Matilda J. Harris b. 12 Nov. 1830; m. 17 May 
1855, Josiah L. Owen of Wales, Me., b. in 
Monmouth, 14 Dec. 1822. He was a railroad 
conductor. She d. 10 Oct. 1911. 
Emeline T. Harris b. 4 Sept. 1832; m. 25 Sept. 
1853, Zebedee Shaw, b. 26 Oct. 1827 in Greene. 
She d. 29 Dec. 1906. Three ch. 
Ella M. Shaw b. 22 Aug. 1854; m. 22 Sept. 
1891, William C. Albee of Strong, Me. He 
d. 2 June 1915. She has died since then. 
Henry S. Shaw b. and d. 15 Oct. 1857. 
Jennie A. C. Shaw b. 8 July 1868; m. 21 Aug. 
1889, Lester B. James of Livermore, Me., 
b. 4 July 1868. Two ch. 
Bertina A. James b. 29 May 1891 in 

Lester B. James b. 28 May 1894 in Strong, 
Christina R. Harris b. 26 May 1838, d. 17 May 
1883. Unm. 

Hannah Webster Thompson (Lydia (Stackpole) Thomp- 
son, John^, James", Philip-, James^ born 11 Aug. 1814; 
married 1832, Dennis Furbush of Greene, Me., and died 20 
Nov. 1888. He died in 1840. Four ch. 

Aurelia Rowe Furbush b. 19 May 1833 ; m. 3 Feb. 
1852 William Hennessey, who was b. 12 May 
1825. Res., Portland, Me. He d. 24 Oct. 
1900. Six ch. 
Franklin D. Hennessey b. 2 Feb. 1856 ; m. 10 


June 1884, Mrs. Annie A. Cushman. Res., 

Sioux City, Iowa. Daughter 
Helen R. Hennessey b. 19 April 1890; m. 9 
June 1917, Raymond T. Zillmer, lawyer, B.A. 
and Ph.D., University of Wisconsin. She is a 
graduate of Wellesley College. He was in 
service five months as Regimental Sergeant 
Major. Res., Milwaukee, Wis. 
Lydia Gertrude Hennessey b. 11 April 1853; 

d. 17 May 1855. 
Lydia Gertrude Hennessey b. 23 Feb. 1858. 
William C. Hennessey b. 11 Dec. 1860; m. 14 

June 1881, Kate C. Granney and has 

Mabel Gertrude, Helen May, Aurelia Furbush, 
Ralph William, Sadie Edna, Rena, and Frank- 
lin J. 
Aurelia R. Hennessey b. 26 Dec. 1872 ; d. 26 

March 1873. 
Eleanor May Hennessey b. 4 May 1876. 
Capt. Nehemiah Thompson Furbush b. 27 Aug. 
1835; m. 23 June 1855, Dora Harriman of 
Lovell, Me. He enlisted as Lieut, of Co. I, 1st 
Me. Inf. Was Capt. of Co. I 10th Me. Inf. 
when killed at the battle of Antietam 16 Sept. 
1862. No ch. 
Milburn Furbush b. 14 March 1837; m. 10 June 
1860, Hannah Susan Frye. Res., Stoneham, 
Mass. 3 ch. 
Carrie A. Furbush b. 24 Oct. 1865; m. 25 

March 1885, Walter D. Holmes. She d. 26 

Sept. 1893. One son 

Leslie Furbush Holmes b. 4 Feb. 1886. 
Mary Etta Furbush b. 10 April 1868; m. 12 

April 1893, Charles Blodgett. 

Basil Milburn Blodgett b. 4 Jan. 1894. 

Lawrence F. Blodgett b. 19 Sept. 1895. 
William Furbush b. 16 June 1873 ; d. 26 Jan. 

Susan Ethel Furbush b. 16 Dec. 1880; d. 1 

March 1881. 
Mary Jane Furbush b. 17 March 1839 ; m. 2 Sept. 
1862, Frank I. Brett. 

Christina Stackpole Thompson (Lydia (Stackpole) 
Thompson, John*, James^ Philip-, James^) bom 18 Feb. 


1818, married Reuben Stetson of Greene, Me. She died 16 
Dec. 1908. He was born 25 March 1812 and d. 22 March 

Herbert Lee Stetson b. 16 Oct. 1847. Entered 
Colby College in 1869. Left during sopho- 
more year to enter Morgan Park Theo. School, 
Chicago. A.B. and D.D., Chicago University. 
Baptist minister. President of Des Moines 
College, Iowa. President of Kalamazoo Col- 
lege, Mich. Married Mary C. Clifford of Mon- 
mouth, Me. Ch., Bertha, Lillie, Paul and 
William Wallace Stetson b. 17 June 1849. Edu- 
cated at Monmouth College, 111. Teacher and 
superintendent of schools. State Supt. of 
Schools of Maine, 1895-1907. Received the 
degree of LL.D. from Colby College and from 
Monmouth College. Lectured extensively on 
educational topics, delivering 327 lectures in 
one year. Author of "History and Civil Gov- 
ernment of Maine". Portions of his educa- 
tional reports were translated into French and 
German. He had a national reputation as an 
educator. He d. s. p. at Auburn, Me., 1 July 
1910. His widow published a volume of selec- 
tions from his educational reports and lec- 
tures, under the title, "Ideals and Essentials of 
Education". He was a noble, able and highly 
useful Christian man. He married 4 July 
1871, Rebecca J. Killough of Morning Sun, 
Iowa, b. 31 Dec. 1850. She resides at Los 
Angeles, Calif. 
Clement Skolfield Stetson b. June 1853. Edu- 
cated at Monmouth Academy and Kent's Hill. 
Teacher, lawyer and farmer. Master of the 
State Grange. Chairman of the State Board 
of Assessors. Married Mame Wood of Win- 
throp. Me. Res., Greene, Me. No ch. 
James Henry Stetson b. 1855 ; m. Alice Moore of 
Greene. Both died in 1888. 


Rachel D. Thompson (Lydia (Stackpole) Thompson, 
John*, James", Philip-, James' ) born 22 Aug. 1820, married 
21 Dec. 1843, William R. Little of Auburn, Me. She died 4 


April 1848. He was born 20 May 1822 and died at Auburn 
15 March 1872. He served three years in Co. G 2d Reg. 
Dist. of Columbia Vols. 

Henrietta Maria Little b. 15 June 1844; d. unm. 

Hannah Little b. 15 Aug. 1845; m. (1) 8 June 
1868, Frank C. Shaefer, (2) Robert Henry 
Fielding. She d. in 1898. Three ch. by 1st 
marriage, one child by second. 

James Henry Stackpole Thompson (Lydia (Stackpole) 
Thompson, JohnS James^ Philip-, James') born 12 Nov. 
1822, married 11 Nov. 1858, Bethiah Jane Buker, born 7 
May 1827 in Bowdoin, Me. Farmer in Greene, Me. He 
died 17 April 1899 ; his widow died 11 Jan. 1912. 

Arabella M.Thompson b. 16 Sept. 1859 ; m. 14 Jan. 

1883, Davis Sanborn, born in Webster, Me., 29 

April 1856. He died in Winthrop, Me., 4 May 


Mima J. Sanborn b. 19 Sept. 1887 in Win- 

Davis Sanborn b. 16 Sept. 1889 in Winthrop. 
Mellie J. Thompson b. 22 Sept. 1866 ; m. 22 Sept. 

1886, in Lewiston, Me., Milan B. Sanborn of 

Wales, Me., b. 13 April 1862 in Webster, Me. 

Farmer in Greene, Me. Ch. 

Jesse Lee Sanborn b. 25 Aug. 1892; m. 1 
Sept. 1917, Theo. Green Buckley of Leeds, 
Me. A dau. 
Veda Margaret Sanborn b. 10 Aug. 1918. 

Ethel Louise Sanborn b. 29 April 1900. 

Elizabeth Stackpole Thompson (Lydia (Stackpole) 
Thompson, John*, James^ Philip-, James^ born in Greene, 
Me., 24 July 1824, married 30 Nov. 1854, Enoch Fillmore, 
at Boston, Mass. She died 30 Dec. 1897. Four ch. 

D. Pearl Fillmore b. 20 Sept. 1855; m 18 May 
1885, in Newburyport, Mass., Ellen C. 
Downes. One son 


Pearl M. Fillmore b. 17 Nov. 1886. Graduate 
of Smith College; m. 22 March 1911, Harry 
Frederick Cole. 2 ch., Harry F. Cole Jr. b. 
20 May 1912, and Elinor Cole b. 29 Dec. 
Charles M. Fillmore b. 6 Dec. 1857; m. 3 July 

1885, Nellie Ryan, who d. 23 Nov. 1887. He d. 
in Seattle, Wash., April 1920. One child 
Mabel N. Fillmore b. 13 Nov. 1887. 

Adella Mabel Fillmore b. 20 Aug. 1859 ; m. David 

F. Noyes of Newburyport, Mass., 41 High St. 

Herbert L. Fillmore b. 28 May 1864 ; m. 17 March 

1886, in Newburyport, Mary E. Oliver. One 

Earl Foster Fillmore b. 23 Aug. 1889. Served 
in the World War at Camp Devens in cler- 
ical work. 

Phebe M. Thompson (Lydia (Stackpole) Thompson, 
John*, James^ Philip-, JamesO born 15 March 1826, mar- 
ried 3 March 1849, William H. Farrar of Greene, Me., born 
3 July 1817 in S. Lewiston Me. He died in Greene Sept. 
1851. She died in Greene 6 March 1870. One son 

William Henry Farrar, b. in Greene 18 April 
1850 ; m. in Webster 4 July , NelHe Drink- 
water, b. 2 June 1862. They had one son 
Fred Farrar b. in Webster, Me. 

Sarah Stackpole (Samuel 0.^ John*, James% Philip% 
James^) born in Durham, Me., 10 Nov. 1818, married 5 
Oct. 1837, Capt. Gardner G. Larrabee, who was born in 
Durham 8 July 1809 and died 12 Oct. 1861. She died 14 
Aug. 1889. They lived all their days on the same farm in 
Durham. Nine children 

Sarah Jane Larrabee b. 2 March 1839 ; m. 12 Jan. 
1874, John H. Merrill, a farmer, b. 10 Jan. 
1843. Lived in South Durham. He died 26 
Aug. 1910. One son 
Alzo Selden Merrill b. 20 Aug. 1875; m. 19 

Nov. 1902, Elizabeth H. Harris. Res., 

Durham, Me. 


Hannah E. Larrabee b. 19 May 1842; m. 1 May 
1862, George B. Grover of New Gloucester, 
Me., who was b. 19 July 1834 and d. 30 June 
1882. In the Civil War he served as Sergeant 
in Co. A 17th Me. Regt. and was wounded at 
Fredericksburg, Va. She lives in Chelmsford, 
Mass. 7 eh. 
Persis L. Grover b. 13 Feb. 1863; m. 21 June 

1890, William M. Hardy. Res., Chelmsford, 

Mass. No eh. 
George W. Grover b. 16 Aug. 1864; m. 23 

April 1895, in S. Gardiner, Me., Ida R. 

Chapman. Res., Portland, Me. No ch. 
Charles F. Grover b. 10 April 1866 ; d. 19 May 

Mildred H. Grover b. 3 Dec. 1871; m. June 

1896, Fred E. Southard. Present Res., 

Machias, Me. No ch. 
Frederic C. Grover b. 7 May 1874 ; d. 30 Oct. 

1906 in Everett, Mass. 
Clara E. Grover b. 14 April 1876; m. 26 

March 1916, Wilbur W. Twombly. Res., 

Medford, Mass. No ch. 
Florence J. Grover b. 24 June 1882. Res., 

Medford, Mass. 

Lucinda W. Larrabee b. 6 April 1844 ; d. 20 March 
1902. Unm. 

Royal E. Larrabee b. 26 Jan. 1846; m. 24 Dec. 

1872, Emma S. Dunham. He d. at Lisbon 

Falls., Me., 30 Nov. 1902. 3 ch. b. in Durham. 

Lillian L. Larrabee b. 21 Oct. 1873; m. 4 Oct. 

1894, John J. Sanderson, who d. 26 Dec. 

1912. 4 ch. 

Etta L. Sanderson b. 24 Jan. 1895. Res., 

Auburn, Me. 
May M. Sanderson b. 22 Nov. 1896 ; m. 11 
Dec. 1915, Charles A. Vye. Res., 
Auburn, Me. Ch. 
Dorothy C. Vye b. 21 March 1917. 
Margaret Vye. 
William R. Sanderson b. 19 Oct. 1906; d. 

11 Nov. 1906. 
John J. Sanderson b. 14 Nov. 1912. 
Charles R. Larrabee b. 14 Dec. 1876. 
Harley E. Larrabee b. 29 May 1887; m. 9 June 


1915, Alice May Curtis. One dau., Emeline 

May Larrabee. 

Emeline S. Larrabee b. 1 April 1848; m. 28 Nov. 

1867, John Rice of Pownal, Me. He d. in 

Auburn, Me., 25 Jan. 1918, aged 71 yrs. 4 ch. 

Wallace C. Rice b. 18 Oct. 1869; m. 17 Nov. 

1895, Edith A. Hunnewell of Auburn, Me. 

4 ch. 

Elsie G. Rice b. 4 May 1896; m. Harry 
Hawkins and has ch. 
Marion M. Hawkins b. 14 April 1816. 
Orrington Hawkins. 
Leon L. Rice b. 18 Jan. 1898. 
Harold E. Rice b. 21 Feb. 1900. 
CKfton A. Rice b. 21 March 1903. 
Emeline A. Rice b. 27 Jan. 1872; d. 5 Feb. 

Lizzie A. Rice b. 24 Oct. 1876 ; m. 28 July 1910, 

Albert A. Robbins. Res., Portland, Me. 
Angle L. Rice b. 27 Aug. 1880 ; d. 5 Aug. 1897. 
Eliza E. Larrabee b. 16 Dec. 1850; m. (1) 10 Aug. 
1872, Rufus W. Waterhouse of Durham, who 
d. 17 Nov. 1908, (2) 30 Sept. 1916, James H. 
Griffin. Res., Lisbon Falls, Me. No ch. 
Clara E. Larrabee b. 13 Dec. 1855 ; m. 4 Dec. 1880, 
John Waterhouse, who d. s. p. 2 Aug. 1889. 
She d. 11 March 1899 in N. Cambridge, Mass. 
Abbie Small Larrabee b. 9 Sept, 1858 ; m. Samuel 
Dyer of Durham, She d. s. p. 16 Nov. 1907 
in Harpswell, Me. 
Gardner G. Larrabee b. 27 Feb. 1861; m. 21 Dec. 
1882, Henrietta Sawyer. He lives on the old 
farm in Durham. One son 
Adelbert G. Larrabee b. 5 Nov. 1900. 

Hannah Stackpole (Samuel 0.% John"*, James^, Philip^, 

James^) born in Durham, Me., 19 May 1822, married (1) 
21 May 1848 Daniel R. Fickett, born 1810. He died 14 Nov. 
1852. She married (2) 10 April 1856 Rev. Christopher C. 
Covell, born 28 Jan. 1810 in Woolwich, Me. He died at 
Pownal, Me., 1 July 1883. He was a faithful minister of 
the M. E. Church and member of the Maine Conference. 
She died in Pownal 17 Aug. 1875. Two ch. by each mar- 


Henry Stackpole Fickett b. 26 May 1849; m. 22 
Feb. 1872 Cora Anderson of Yarmouth, Me. 
' He d. 29 Dec. 1875. She d. 1 May 1883. One 


Mabel Fickett b. 6 May 1873 ; m. 6 Sept. 1891 
Rev. William Edson. 

Daniel Fickett b. 10 Oct. 1851 ; d. 23 Nov. 1852. 

Carrie Augusta Covell b. 23 April 1857; m. 2 
June 1894 at Auburn, Me., as his second wife 
Edwin A. Rich. She d. at Saugus, Mass., 30 
April 1908. I married her and attended her 
funeral. She was self-denying, patient, trust- 
ful, kind. She was buried at Freeport, Me. 
Mr. Rich later went to the Soldiers' Home at 
Togus, Me. One dau. 
Flora Gertrude Rich b. Jan. 1902. 

Lizzie Taylor Covell b. 3 May 1859; m. Albertus 
D. Norton and d. 1 Jan. 1888, leaving a son. 
Clyde Covell Norton b. 23 Dec. 1887. 


Henry Ricker Stackpole (Samuel 0.% John*, James^ 
Philip% JamesO born in Durham, Me., 27 Oct. 1826, mar- 
ried, 14 July 1851, at Waterbury, Vt, Apphia Lougee 
Swasey, who was born 21 Jan. 1831 at Danville, Vt. He 
was a farmer, spent most of his married life in Bolton, Vt., 
but moved to Montpelier, Vt., where he died 7 May 1900. 
She died 30 March 1914 at the home of her daughter, Mrs. 
George H. Ford, 198 Ferry Street, Everett, Mass. Both 
are buried in Montpelier, Vt. 5 ch. 

326. Charles Henry b. 24 Nov. 1852 ; m. Eva A. Tabor. 
Mary Jane b. 25 Aug. 1857 at Waterbury, Vt.; 
m. 10 Aug. 1881 Howard H. Ford; d. s. p. at 
Everett, Mass., 5 April 1914. He was b. at 
Kennebunk, Me., 26 July 1856. She is buried 
in Kennebunk. 
Fannie Annette b. 7 Nov. 1863, at Waterbury, 
Vt.; m. 28 Dec. 1883, Henry Dana Morse of 
Natick, Mass., where they lived and had three 
children. She m. (2) Wilbur E. Pike and lives 
at Cliftondale, Mass. 

Henry K. Morse b. 29 July 1884; m. 16 June 
1909, Emily Fisher, who was b. 27 Jan. 
1889. Res., Newton Upper Falls, Mass. 
4 ch. 


Emily Annette Morse b. 8 May 1910. 
Kasselton Everett Morse b. 25 Oct. 1911. 
Helen Louise Morse b. 9 Sept. 1913. 
Marjorie Stackpole Morse b. 1 Jan. 1920. 
Howard Everett Morse b. 21 May 1887 ; d. 30 

Oct. 1917. 
Howard Dunning Morse b. 18 Feb. 1893 at Bol- 
ton, Vt.; m. 27 Nov. 1916, Hazel Rand at 
Everett, Mass. 2 ch. See Military Rec- 

Harold D. Morse b. 25 Dec. 1918. 
Doris Elizabeth Morse b. 1 Jan. 1920. 
Lizzie Apphia b. 20 Dec. 1865 at Waterbury, Vt., 
m. 19 Oct. 1898, Robert Warren Coburn, who 
was b. at Everett, Mass., 1 Dec. 1872. Res., 
190 Linden Street, Everett, Mass. 2 ch. 
Robert Warren Coburn Jr. b. 8 Jan. 1900; d. 

17 March 1900. 
Edward Stackpole Coburn b. 20 Jan. 1902. 
Winnifred Emma b. 11 July 1869 at Bolton, Vt. ; 
m. 6 July 1889, Edward S. Everett of Natick, 
Mass. She m. (2) Clarence Kain. No ch. 

David Stackpole (Samuel 0.% John*, James^ Philip^, 
James^ born in Durham, Me., 20 Sept. 1828, spent some 
years in California. Returning he married, 12 April 1867, 
Hattie, daughter of Jeremiah and Mary (Gerrish) Day of 
Durham, born 24 Oct. 1838. He lived on the old homestead 
in Durham and died 2 June 1897. One son 

Ralph Stackpole b. 31 Jan. 1876 ; m. 26 Nov. 1913, 
Alwilda L. Hanson, at Orr's Island, Me. 
Gladys b. 24 Dec. 1915. 

William Stackpole (Samuel 0.^ John*, James^, Philip^ 
James^) born in Durham, Me., 1 Sept. 1832, married, 20 
Nov. 1855, Lucy, daughter of William and Maria (Blethen) 
Dingley, born 6 Dec. 1837. He lives on the farm next to 
the original Stackpole homestead in Durham, first owned by 
Capt. William Webster. He has been one of the selectmen 
of the town and has represented it in the legislature. 

Maria Lincoln b. 6 April 1865; m. 24 Nov. 1887, 




Frank M. Drinkwater, b. in Durham, 19 Nov. 
1866. He has been a long- time a clerk in Bos- 
ton and they live in Somerville, Mass. Two 


Harlan Retiar Drinkwater b. 19 Dec. 1890 ; d. 

6 Nov. 1894. 
Ethel Stackpole Drinkwater b. 28 Jan. 1889; 

m. 30 April 1912, Chester Orville Gustin of 

Somerville, Mass. 

June Lucile Gustin b. 8 June 1915. 
Merton Guy b. 15 Nov. 1866; m. 21 Nov. 1889 
Marietta, dau. of Isaiah and Sarah (Doughty) 
Trufant, born in Durham 10 Dec. 1869. Lives 
on the homestead. Farmer and trader. Two 
Hazel T., b. 13 March 1891. Graduate of State 

Normal School at Gorham, Me. Teacher. 
Sylvia Frances b. 21 April 1899. Student in 

State Normal School, Gorham. 


Charles Stackpole (Samuel 0.^ John*, James^, Philip-, 
JamesO born in Durham, Me., 15 Feb. 1835, married, 1 Jan. 
1860, at Calais, Me., Caroline A. Doyle. Farmer in Auburn, 
Me. He died 3 Dec. 1913. One son 

Charles Henry b. in Durham, Me., 29 July 1864. 
Fitted for colleg-e at Edward Little High 
School, Auburn, Me. Graduated at Wesleyan 
University, Middletown, Conn., in 1886. 
Taught two years in Edward Little High 
School. Graduated from the School of The- 
ology of Boston University in 1891. Member 
of the New England Conference of the 
Methodist Episcopal Church. Has had pas- 
torates at Derry, N. H., Bradford, Peabody, 
Dorchester, Melrose, Bromfield Street, Boston, 
Waltham, Dedham, and Stoneham. He mar- 
ried, 18 July 1894, Maude A. Rolfe, who had 
been associated with him as a teacher in the 
High School at Auburn, Me. Res., Stoneham, 

Elizabeth Dunning Stackpole (Samuel 0.^ John*, James^, 
Philip^ JamesS) born in Durham, Me., 2 Jan. 1842, married, 
1 Oct. 1865, at Nashua, N. H., Dennis Callahan, who was 


born 3 Feb. 1840. She died in West Bridgewater, Mass., 
19 March 1873. He died in Melrose, Mass., 16 Jan. 1911. 
Both were buried in the family lot at South Auburn, Me. 
2 ch. 

Corydon Howard Callahan b. 21 Sept. 1866 at 

West Bridgewater, Mass., m. 14 Feb. 1888, 

Mary O'Connor, b. 12 Aug. 1869. 2 ch. Res., 

Campello, Mass. 

Edward D. Callahan b. 10 Dec. 1888; m. 12 
Feb. 1920 Mildred C. Jarvis. Traveling 
salesman. See Military Record. 
Eileen Elizabeth Callahan b. 6 Sept. 1898; d. 5 

July 1916. 
Lizzie Mildred Callahan b. 12 July 1868, brought 

up by her uncle, Samuel Stackpole of Lowell, 

Mass., and so went by the name of Stackpole. 

She m. 27 Sept. 1893, Leon Strout of Bruns- 

Me. Res., Brunswick, Me. 3 ch. 

Marjorie Elizabeth Strout b. 30 March 1895 
in Conway, N. H. Graduate of Harvard 
School of Physical Culture; m. 20 March 
1920, Leon Otis Marshall, son of Chester 
M. and Fannie (Carr) of Bowdoin, Me., b. 
29 Jan. 1895. In the World War he 
served in the 302nd Fiel^^ Artillery, 151st 
Brigade, taking part in several engage- 
ments in France. University of Maine, 
class of 1920. Res., Orono, Me. 

Marion Weston Strout b. 23 Oct. 1897. Spent 
one year at Harvard School of Physical 
Culture; m. 7 Oct. 1918, Lieut. Philip Sid- 
ney Smith, son of Henry 0. and Eliza 
(Whittemore). Bowdoin 1915, Harvard 
Law School 1919. Sei-ved at Camp Dev- 
ens, Mass., in the World War. He is 
practicing law at Worcester, Mass. Res., 
Leicester, Mass. One daughter 
Barbara Macomber Smith b. at Brunswick, 
Me., 15 Nov. 1919. 

Roger Stackpole Strout b. 29 Aug. 1901. Bow- 
doin, class of 1923. 


Everett Schermerhom Stackpole (Samuel 0.=, John*, 
James3, Philip^ JamesO bom in Durham, Me., 11 June 1850, 



(J^. O/jro^ck^a-ZK 


married, 20 Aug. 1878, at New Hampton, N. H., Elizabeth 
Augusta, daughter of Rev. Charles and Lucy Ann (Knowl- 
ton) Blake. She was bom at Sandwich, N. H., 17 Oct. 1846, 
was educated at the Maine State Seminary, (now Bates Col- 
lege), Lewiston, Me., graduating in 1869. She taught in 
the Grammar School of Bloomfield, N. J., five years. Her 
lineage ran back through Charles% Josiah% Hezekiah', 
Josiah', Hezekiah*, Moses^, Timothy^, to Jaspar Blake, who 
is first mentioned in 1647 at Hampton, N. H. She died 
at 43 Maple Street, Bloomfield, N. J. 21 Feb. 1914, and was 
buried in the cemetery at South Auburn, Me. She was an 
excellent teacher, a faithful friend, a helper in every possi- 
ble good work, an amiable companion, of artistic and lit- 
erary tastes, of firm religious character, unswerving in 
devotion to duty, delighted to sacrifice for others, beloved 
by many and disliked by none, patient and hopeful till the 
very end. She passed to the better land as a tired child 
falls to sleep, without a struggle or sign of pain, and idealiz- 
ing love glorifies her among those without fault before the 
throne of God. 

On Zion's mount they shout and sing; 

Before the Throne they meekly bow; 
Their song makes earth and Heaven to ring; 

God's name Is written on each brow. 

Everett S. Stackpole fitted for college at Edward Little 
Institute, Auburn, Me. He graduated at Bowdoin College 
in 1871, where also he received degrees, A.M. in 1874 and 
D.D. in 1888. He taught single terms of school in Durham, 
West Minot, North Gray, Yarmouth Academy, Hartland 
Academy, Brewer, Brunswick High School, one year at 
Washington Academy, East Machias, all in Maine, and three 
years as Principal of a High School in Bloomfield, N. J. 
Graduated at the School of Theology of Boston University 
in 1878. Member of the Maine Conference of the Meth- 
odist Episcopal Church, serving pastorates at Kingfield, 
Lisbon, Woodfords, Westbrook, Bath, and Portland. Trans- 
ferred to Italy in 1888, where he was Director of a Theolog- 
ical School in Florence, for the training of native preachers 


till 1893. Then he spent a year in study at the University 
of Berlin and in travel in Europe, Egypt and the Holy Land. 
Returning to Maine he served pastorates at Auburn and 
Augusta till 1900. Then he became a Congregationalist 
and after a year spent in literary work at Cambridge, 
Mass., became pastor of the First Church of Christ, Brad- 
ford, Mass., where he remained over twelve years. Then 
he resigned his pastorate, took a trip for health to the 
Isle of Pines and since has been employed in literary work, 
preaching occasionally. He is the author of "Four and a 
Half Years in the Italy Mission", "The Evidence of Salva- 
tion or the Direct Witness of the Spirit", "Prophecy or 
Speaking for God", "History of Durham, Maine", "History 
and Genealogy of the Stackpole Family", "Macomber Gene- 
alogy", "Swett Genealogy", "History of Durham, N. H.", 
"Old Kittery and Her Families", "History of New Hamj)- 
shire". The last work is in four volumes, published by the 
American Historical Society of New York, in 1916. 

He married (2) 11 June 1917, Miss Annie E. Wylie of 
West Bath, Maine, where they now reside. One son by the 
first marriage 

Everett Bimey Stackpole, born in Lisbon, Me., 
11 Dec. 1879. Educated in private schools in 
Florence, Italy, and Berlin, Germany, and in 
Edward Little High School, Auburn, Me. He 
spent two years at Bates College, and grad- 
uated at Bowdoin College in 1900. Took post- 
graduate studies in Economics, etc., one year 
at Harvard and two years at Columbia Uni- 
versity, where he received the degree of A.M. 
Then studied law in Haverhill, Mass., and 
practiced in Seattle, Wash., till the outbreak 
of the Great War in Europe. See Military 
Record. He married, 4 Aug. 1918, Miss Mary 
Langdon Hard. The ceremony was performed 
by the Rev. Mr. Vanamee at a camp at Indian 
Lake in the Adirondacks. She was born 14 
Oct. 1881 in Watertown, Conn., daughter of 
David M. and Mary Harriet (Scovill) Hard. 
She is a graduate of the Bridgeport High 
School and of Yale School of Physical Culture. 
She taught five years or so in the High School 


of Seattle, Wash. Present residence, Bridge- 
port, Conn. 

Howard Vinton Stackpole (Samuel 0.% John*, James', 

Philip^ JamesO bom in Durham, Me., 22 March 1853, fitted 
for college at Auburn and Brunswick High Schools. En- 
tered Bowdoin in the class of 1877 but did not complete the 
course. Shoe-dealer in Brunswick some years, then real 
estate agent in Danielson, Conn. Returned to Brunswick 
and is now in the employ of the Bath Iron Works. He 
married (1) 13 April 1896 Cora Jeanette, dau. of George 
W. and Hattie (Doyle) Curtis, who was bom in Bowdoin, 
Me., 12 June 1867 and d. s. p. in Brunswick 21 Feb. 1900. 
He married (2) 23 April 1901, in Poland, Ohio, Leila Ave- 
line McFarland, dau. of Edwin Robert and Veanna Aurelia 
(Stewart) McFarland, born in Kinsman, Ohio, 9 Nov. 1873. 
They have one daughter 

Mary Louise b. 27 May 1907 in Danielson, Conn. 


Isaac Stackpole (SamueP, Absalom*, James', Philipi% 
JamesO, born 3 Feb. 1806 in Lebanon, Me., married, 18 
Sept. 1831, at Parsonsfield, Me., Cyrena Marston, who was 
born 23 Jan. 1807 and died at Lebanon 6 Feb. 1879. He 
died at Lebanon 21 Aug. 1866. Six ch. 

Mary Jane b. 7 July 1832; m. Elijah Home and 
d. 25 Sept. 1854. One ch. 
Jennie Home b. 29 Jan. 1854; m, (1) 7 Jan. 
1874 Alphonso S. Ayer, who was b. at 
Albany, N. H., 9 March 1854 and d. 14 
March 1890, (2) 15 April 1894 Paschal M. 
Jordan of Naples, Me., b. 30 Jan. 1841. 
Children by first marriage 
Manlea W. Ayer b. 29 Oct. 1875, in Bidde- 

ford. Me.; m. 20 Feb. 1898 Mary A. 

Hughes, b. 3 Aug. 1875 in co. Armagh, 

Ireland. 5 ch. 

Alphonso M. Ayer b. 21 April 1901. 

Herbert J. Ayer b. 9 Oct. 1902. 

Helen M. Ayer b. 6 Aug. 1904. 



Alice E. Ayer b. 18 Feb. 1907. 
George E. Ayer b. 6 Dec. 1910. 
Villa M. Ayer b. 12 Jan. 1878 in Berwick, 
Me. ; m. 22 Dec. 1896 Frank M. Harmon 
of S. Bridgton, Me. 
Ann Maria b. 6 Sept. 1836; d. 12 April 1842. 
Ellen L. b. 2 Oct. 1841; m. 1 Jan. 1873, George 
Rains Mclntire, b. 22 Nov. 1845 in Boston, 
Mass. He served three years in the Union 
Army in the Civil War. Res., Lynn, Mass. 
Two ch. 
Eddie Mclntire b. 14 April 1874; d. 21 April 

Georgietta Mclntire b. 28 Feb. 1875. 

327. George F. b- 29 Nov. 1843 ; m. Mary A. Hayes. 

328. Charles H. b. 7 March 1849 ; m. Georgia A. Grant. 
Harriet Maria b. 24 Jan. 1852; m. 6 Oct. 1875, 

Lendall C. Jepson, who was b. in Lewiston, 
Me., 18 April 1852 and d. 11 April 1885. She 
1. in Lynn, Mass., and has two ch. 
Mildred L. Jepson b. 7 July 1881. 
George L. B. Jepson b. 8 Oct. 1882. 

William Stackpole (SamueP, Absalom*, James', Philip*, 
James^), bom 10 Apr. 1816, married, 15 May 1845, Dorcas 
Abbott of N. Berwick, Me., born 3 Feb. 1819. Farmer at 
Lebanon, Me., died 16 July 1883. Three ch. 

John J. b. 6 June 1847 ; m. 1 May 1878 Mary E. 
Wentworth, b. 1853. Res., Rochester, N. H. 
No ch. An adpoted daughter 
Leva M. m. 24 June 1895 Fred A. Evans. She 
d. 2 Feb. 1902, aged 26-10-4. 

Lydia Annie b. 30 Dec. 1848; m. 3 Oct. 1872 
Charles Albert Wentworth of Somersworth, 
N. H., b. 14 April 1850. Ch. 
Edgar William Wentworth b. 1 April 1875 ; m. 

20 Nov. 1918, Mrs. Bessie E. Young, who d. 

6 Apr. 1919. 
George A. Wentworth b. 16 July 1884; m. 20 

Aug. 1907, Ina Davis of Berwick, Me. 
Leroy Wentworth b. 25 June 1890; m. 4 Oct. 

1916, Mildred Hammond. 


Raymond Wentworth, twin to Leroy; m. 22 

July 1914, Pauline Mclntire. Ch. 

Caiieton Mclntire Wentworth b. 12 March 
William b. 16 June 1853; m. 7 April 1887 Ella 

Roberts. Lived in Somerville, Mass. He d. 

Jan. 1906. Ch. 

Rodney W. b. 7 Nov. 1888; m. 11 Aug. 1914 
Ida A., dau. of William and Annie M. (Spin- 
ney) McKnight. He d. 5 June 1915. 
Ralph Rodney b. 13 March 1915. 

Florence B. b. 5 Aug. 1890 ; m. John D. Spear. 

Bernice M. b. 1 Dec. 1891. 

Evelyn R. b. 26 Nov. 1894. 

Sarah Stackpole (SamueP, Absalom*, James^, Philip^ 
JamesO, born 20 Jan .1824 in Lebanon, Me., married 1850 
Abner Cooper, born 27 May 1814 in Uxbridge, Mass. He 
died 17 June 1877. She died 26 Nov. 1872. Ch. 

Abner Cooper b. 1 July 1853. 
Sarah Cooper b. 26 April 1855. 
Carrie Cooper b. 12 Aug. 1857. 
Walter Cooper b. 3 Oct. 1859. 
Amy Cooper b. 13 Nov, 1862. 
Arthur, died young. 
Marion Cooper b. 20 April 1866. 

John M. Stackpole (John% Absalom*, James^, Philip^, 
JamesO, bom 4 Jan. 1808 in Thomaston, Me., married, 16 
June 1831, in Nantucket, Mass., Judith M., daughter of 
John C. and Avis (Folger) Pinkham. He was first mate of 
the "Montpelier". He died 11 Aug. 1844. She died 1 Dec. 
1883, aged 71 yrs. 10 mos. 

Son d. 20 Dec. 1842, aged 6 yrs. 3 mos. 

Mary R. d. 1 May 1843, aged 4 yrs. 

William d. 3 May 1843, aged 18 mos. 

Charles A. or M. b. about 1839 ; m. 14 Dec. 1876 
Dorcas R. Taylor, dau. of Timothy and Eliza- 
beth (Rogers). He enhsted in 1862 in U. S. 


Army. She d. at Greenfield, Mass., 21 May 

1904 aged 51. 4 ch. 

Charles M. b. about 1879 ; m. 5 Feb. 1900, in 

Boston, Therese M. A. Manduit, dau. of 

Francis E. and Martina (Ruff) Manduit 

and had son 

Charles George b. 8 Nov. 1901. 
Dorcas b. 9 Aug. 1881. 
Hattie m. at age of 21, 4 Sept. 1902, Milton 

Wright, at Nantucket. 
Edith May b. 1891; m. 18 May 1908 Lewis 

Wm. Cook, Nantucket. 
Henry C. d. 28 May 1863, aged 20-2-9. 
Albert D. b. about 1843; killed in battle 21 Oct. 

Edward P. Went to California. Unknown. 


Anna Winslow Stackpole (Reuben^ Absalom*, James^, 

Philip^, JamesO born in Boston, Mass., 2 Jan. 1838, mar- 
ried, 28 July 1864 Edward M. Lancaster, who was bom 29 
March 1832 in Hartford, Me. Dartmouth College. He was 
for forty-one years Master of the Stoughton and Gilbert 
Stuart Schools, Dorchester, Mass. He died 13 June 1919. 

Edward Winslow Lancaster b. 2 March 1866; d. 

28 Nov. 1890. 
Alice Rebecca Lancaster b. in Hyde Park, Mass., 

15 Oct. 1869; m. 12 June 1912, James David 

Aberdein. Contralto Soloist and Lecturer. 

Res. 1898 Beacon Street, Brookline, Mass. 
Helen Abbie Lancaster b. 28 Jan. 1879 in Hyde 

Park, Mass. 

Rev. Stephen Henry Stackpole (Reuben^ Absalom*, 

James^ Philip^ James^ born 24 July 1843, prepared for 
college at Roxbury Latin School. Harvard 1866, A.M. 1871. 
Traveled and studied in Europe, principally at the Univers- 
ity of Halle. Graduated at Newton Theological School in 
1870. Pastor of Baptist church in Westborough, Mass., 
1871-3; at Saxton's River, Vt, 1875-82; of First Baptist 
Church, Hamilton, N. Y., from 1882 till his death, 23 July 
1886. He married, 18 Oct. 1871 Julia Langley Faunce of 



Roxbury, Mass., born 22 Feb. 1844. She died at Hamilton, 
N. Y., 11 April 1894. Three ch. 

Rev. Markham Winslow Stackpole b. 5 June 1873 
at Westborough, Mass. Graduated at Colgate 
University, 1895. A.B. at Harvard 1896. 
Studied at Harvard Divinity School and And- 
over Theological Seminary. Pastor 1899-1907 
at Magnolia, Mass. Associate Minister of 
Central Cong. Church, Boston, Mass., 1904- 
1907. Is now school minister and instructor 
in Bible at Andover, Mass. He m. 27 June 
1901 Agnes Gleason, dau. of Joseph W. and 
Fannie (Donald) Smith of Andover, Mass. 
See Military Record. Ch. 
Pierpont b. in Boston 25 Jan. 1905. 
Stephen Henry b. in Andover, Mass., 17 April 

Pierpont Langley Stackpole b. 16 Feb. 1875 at 
Brookline, Mass. Harvard, 1897. Harvard 
Law School. Lawyer in Boston. See Military 

Stephen Theodore Stackpole b. 14 Oct. 1885 in 
Hamilton, N. Y. Fitted at St. Paul's School, 
Concord, N. H. Harvard, 1907. Division 
Freight Agent at Baltimore, Penn. R. R. 

William Stevens Stackpole (Hiram Henry^ Absalom*, 

James^ Philip-, JamesO, born about 1830 in Fairhaven. 
Mass., married (1), at New Bedford, Mass., 3 April 1855, 
Ellen B. Martin of Providence, R. L, (2) in Boston, Mass., 
26 May 1868, Catherine H., daughter of George and Eliza 
Conant, born 21 Dec. 1830. He died at Worcester, Mass., 
26 Dec. 1875, aged 45, as the record says. His widow died 
in Freeport, Me., 14 Oct. 1902. One son 

William Henry b. 8 Oct. 1863 in N. Y. City, fitted 
for college at Lewiston High School, Me., and 
graduated at Bowdoin College in 1886. Law- 
yer in San Francisco, Calif. 

Charles H. Stackpole (Hiram Henry^ Absalom*, James^ 
Philip-, JamesO, born in Fairhaven, Mass., about 1836, 


married (1) 30 Nov. 1856, Martha M. Hathaway, dau. of 
Bradford and Martha, born about 1839, (2) 16 Dec. 1866 
Laura L. Hussey, who died in Providence, R. L, 5 Feb. 1904, 
aged 61. 

Ahce b. 14 May 1857; died young. 

Frederick L. b. 22 Sept. 1858 ; m. 10 June 1879 in 
Boston Henrietta F., dau. of Edwin P. Smith. 
She d. 13 July 1881, aged 25 yrs. 6 mos. 

Children by second marriage 

Ida b. ; married and had one child. 

Frank, or Francis L. (?) m. probably Lillie E. 
Cole. Their son, Raymond F., d. at New Bed- 
ford 3 Jan. 1903, aged 5-8-8. She m. (2) 22 
Dec. 1900, Thomas Hackley in New Bedford. 
She was b. about 1872, dau. of George and 
Mary (Wilson) Cole. 

Charles L. b. 26 Nov. 1874; m. in Attleborough, 
Mass., 9 Oct. 1895 Mabel A. Angell, age 21, 
dau. of Ira and Rosina (Ramsden) Angell of 
East Providence, R. I. 


Elijah B. Stackpole (James% Stephen^, James^ Philip^, 
JamesOj born in Somersworth, N. H., 10 July 1804, served 
an apprenticeship in Portsmouth, N. H., and then lived suc- 
cessively in S. Berwick, Me., Pittsfield, N. H., Buxton, Ban- 
gor and Levant (now Kenduskeag), Me. He lived at 
Levant from 1834 till his death 5 Feb. 1892. Trader, farm- 
er, hotel-keeper, deputy sheriff, justice of peace and quorum 
twenty-one years. Held several towm offices. He married, 
31 Jan. 1831, Nancy E. Wentworth of S. Berwick, who was 
born 10 Oct. 1807 and died 21 Jan. 1896. Five ch. 

Henry Augustus b. 21 March 1832; m. Loan Har- 
vey; d. 3 Dec. 1901. Ch. 
Sarah M. b. abt. 1859; m. and had 3 ch. De- 
Edwin M. b. abt. 1861; m. and 1. in Charles- 
town, Mass. 
Nellie G. b. abt. 1862 ; d. unm. 
Frank H. b. abt. 1866. Went to Cal. 
Harriet A. b. abt. 1867; m. 26 Sept. 1892, Isaac 
D. Mcintosh of Milo, Me. She d. s. p. 


Jennie L. b. abt. 1870 ; d. 9 July 1892. 
Charles E. b. ; m. Maud E. Hender- 
son of Hermon, Me. Ch. 

Eva M. b. 18 April d. 13 Dec. 1897. 
Charles Carroll b. 28 Aug. 1833. d. s. p. 
William H. Harrison b. 29 Jan. 1840; m. 23 Dec. 
1861 Frances E. Greeley who was b. at Levant, 
Me., 26 March 1842. He died at Kenduskeag 
20 Dec. 1886. She m. (2) F. E. Ames. One 
son by first marriage 

Ezra Stiles Stackpole b. 31 May 1867; m. 23 
June 1892, Nellie May Newhall, b. 30 March 
1864 at Saugus, Mass. Res., Maiden, Mass. 
One son 

Arthur Newhall Stackpole b. 11 April 1897. 
Frederick A. Hodgdon b. 14 Jan. 1843; m. (1) 
Victoria L. Savage, (2) her sister. Flora Sav- 
age, (3) 21 Aug. 1892, Abbie Perkins, who 
died 31 July 1911. He d. 23 May 1900. One 
dau. by first marriage 

Bertha L. b. about 1866 ; m. 1 Dec. 1892, Ed- 
ward H. Foss of Portland, Me. 
Edwin Moulton b. 21 Feb. 1845 ; d. unm. 


Mary Elizabeth Stackpole (James% Stephen*, James^, 
Philip^ JamesO born 6 April 1817, married, 9 May 1845, at 
S. Berwick, Me., D. W. Hussey. They lived at Sangerville, 
Me. She died 23 Feb. 1901. He died 21 Feb. 1899. Four 

Howard W. Hussey b. 22 Feb. 1846; m. in Guil- 
ford, Me., 26 Nov. 1868, Margaret G. Bates, b. 
27 Oct. 1847 in Levant, Me. 3 ch. 
Ernest B. Hussey b. 13 Oct. 1869; d. 4 July 

Ida E. Hussey b. 18 Sept. 1873. 
Erwin H. Hussey b. 11 Aug. 1884. 
Marcellus L. Hussey b. 29 June 1847; m. 14 May 
1873 Sarah E. Douglass, b. 3 Feb. 1847 in Guil- 
ford, Me. 
Oscar Hussey b. 26 Dec. 1853; d. 18 July 1861. 
Charles 0. Hussey b. 31 Dec. 1862; m. 31 July 
1881 Olive M. Martin, b. 24 April 1863 in 
Sangerville, Me. Four ch. 


Vernon 0. Hussey b. 9 Nov. 1882. 
Ralph Hussey b. 7 March 1888. 
Meda Hussey b. 24 March 1889. 
Mabel Hussey b. 18 April 1890. 

William E. Stackpole (James^ Stephen*, James^, Philip-, 
JamesO, born 15 May 1821, married, 29 Jan. 1843, Caroline 
M. Bean of Waterborough, Me. He was a stone-cutter and 
lost his sight by an explosion. He died 14 Dec. 1884 and 
was buried in the cemetery near Rollinsford Junction, N. H. 
His wife was born 1 Feb. 1820 and died 18 Jan. 1910. 

May Abby b. in S. Berwick, Me., 22 April 1844; 
m. (1) 1869 Oscar B. Dearborn, (2) 1889 Al- 
bert Blumann. Res., Waltham, Mass. She d. 
13 Oct. 1918. Ch. 

Edith Dell Dearborn b. 8 Sept. 1870; m. 7 
March 1891 Frank C. Jordan of N. Water- 
ford, Me. She m. (2) George Somers. 
One son 

Cecil Oscar Jordan b. 16 Jan. 1894. He 
served in the World War. 
George Everett (adopted) b. 16 Feb. 1864; m. (1) 
7 Jan. 1880, Addie Adams, (2) 21 Oct. 1906 
Elizabeth Rogers of Beverly, Mass. 

John Brock Frost Stackpole (James% Stephen*, James^, 
Philip^ JamesO born 8 June 1829, married, 5 Sept. 1863, 
Elvira J. Powers, bom in Willsborough, N. Y., 8 Aug. 1837. 
Machinist. He died 8 June 1892 in S. Berwick, Me. His 
family removed to Portland, Oregon, where Mrs. Stackpole 
died 24 July 1912. 

Mary L. b. at Salmon Falls, N. H., 9 Sept. 1864; 
m. 24 Aug. 1887, Argumento Thurlow of Port- 
land, Oregon. One ch. 
William S. Thurlow b. 12 Feb. 1890. 

Fred P. b. 23 Feb. 1869; killed in R. R. accident 
at Gray's River, Wash., Sept. 1899. He mar- 
ried and had at least a daughter. 

Freedom C. b. 4 July 1876 ; m. 



Stephen G. Stackople (John-', Stephen*, James^, Philip-, 

JamesO born in Someisworth, N. H., 6 Dec. 1809, married 
(1) 30 May 1830, Betsey Bennett of Sanford, Me., and had 
one child. He married (2) Eliza Mansfield of Saugus, 
Mass., and had three children. He was brought up by his 
mother's relatives at York, Me., moved to Saugus in 1834 
and died there 23 Sept. 1901, living to see his great-great- 
grandchild. His widow died at Saugus 22 Jan. 1904, aged 
85-6-0. She was daughter of Benjamin and Lucy (Smith) 
Mansfield, born at Saugus. 

Abigail b. 1831; m. 30 May 1847, Edwin Mans- 
field. Deceased. Ten ch. 

Eliza Jane b. 10 Sept. 1837; m. 1854, Henry L. 
Downing. Their son 
Frank Downing b. 11 Nov. 1856. 

Stephen b. 16 Nov. 1840 ; d. 12 May 1903. Unm. 
Soldier in the Civil War. 

Lucy b. 11 April 1843; m. 1869 Mark Penney. 
One son 
Leon Penney b. Sept. 1876. 

John Stackpole (John% Stephen*, James^, Philip^ 

JamesO, born in Somersworth, N. H., 22 Aug. 1814, mar- 
ried, 30 Aug. 1831, Mary L. Gray, in Lowell, Mass. She 
was born in Strafford, N. H., 28 April 1811 and died 30 Oct. 
1882 in Dover. He died in Dover, N. H., 8 Aug. 1873. He 
was prominent in politics, was colonel in the militia and city 
'marshal of Dover. Three of his sons were in the Union 

329. John S. b. 7 Nov. 1832; m. Rachel Ann Frost. 

330. Josiah b. 5 Nov. 1834 ; m. Mary E. Clay. 
Martha Ann b. 27 Sept. 1836; m. 11 Nov. 1854, 

George O. Murray. She d. 3 May 1867. 

Three ch. 

David L. Murray ; m. Sallie Davis of Alabama. 

Of five ch. two are living 

George Harvey Murray. 

Emily Southwick Murray. 
George A. Murray m. Martha Isabelle Gray of 

Dover, N. H. She d. Dec. 1910. 


Fannie M. Murray m. William Clinton McCallin 
of Nova Scotia and 1. in Portsmouth, N. H. 
One dau. 

May Belle McCallin b. 26 Jan. 1897. 
Mary Ann b. 27 Sept. 1836 ; d. 14 Sept. 1839. 
Charles H. b. 12 Sept. 1840 ; d. 5 Sept. 1841. 
331. Charles Henry b. 12 Dec. 1842 ; m. Annie M. Car- 
Mary Abbie b. 18 Sept. 1844 ; m. 24 Nov. 1864, John 
Alfred Peterson of Calmer, Sweden. She d. 9 
Jan. 1907 at Portsmouth, N. H. 
Philomela b. 8 Jan. 1846; m. (1) 8 Dec. 1868 
Charles Tobey, who d. 14 Mch. 1870, (2) 27 
Aug. 1874 James Y. Emery. Res., Dover, N. 
H. She d. 4 July 1919. Son 
John Emery. 
Albert F. b. 2 Dec. 1848 ; m. 12 Nov. 1873 Eliza- 
beth Emery. Dover, N. H. 
Florence M. b. 12 June 1879 in Dover ; m. Wal- 
ter Gage of Dover. 
George I. b. 27 Nov. 1853. Unm. Dover, N. H. 

Josiah Stackpole (John% Stephen*, James^ Philip^, 
JamesO, born in Somersworth, N. H., 16 Feb. 1816, mar- 
ried, 12 Oct. 1836, in Lowell, Mass., Melissa, daughter of 
John and Susan (Eastman) Kimball. Her three children 
died in infancy. She died at Cambridgeport, Mass., 4 Aug. 
1842. He married (2) at Cambridgeport, 30 Nov. 1843, 
Dorcas Furbush of Lebanon, Me., who was born 17 Feb. 
1822 and died 15 Feb. 1871. He married (3) 21 Dec. 1871 
Frances Smith of East Sharon, Me. Res., Ipswich, Mass., 
where he died 22 March 1901. Children by second mar- 

William b. 27 Nov. 1847. Enlisted at age of six- 
teen in 4th Mass. Regt. Representative to 
legislature in 1883-4. Married, 1869, Ida Ober 
of Mt. Desert, Me.; d. s. p. 16 Nov. 1894 in 
Ipswich, Mass. 

Martha b. 9 Sept. 1855 ; d. 30 Aug. 1856. 

Frank b. 22 Aug. 1859; m. 1879 Anna Atkinson. 
Res., Ipswich, Mass. 

Elmer E. b. 15 Feb. 1863 ; m. 23 Feb. 1897 Bertha, 
dau. of Horace and Sarah L. Richardson, b. at 


East Boston, Mass., 16 April 1859. Res. Leo- 
minster, Mass. Ch. 
Bertha E. b. 24 April 1898 at Boston. 
Charles Frank b. 12 Dec. 1899 at Clinton, Mass. 
Irving R. b. 18 Oct. 1901 at Clinton, Mass. 

Benjamin Stackpole (John% Stephen*, James^, Philip^ 
JamesO born in Somersworth, N. H., 16 April 1822, mar- 
ried, 1840, Mary H. Young-, b. in N. Wolfeboro, N. H. She 
died at Dover, N. H., 25 May 1890, aged 72-5-20. He died 
at Lynn, Mass., 17 May 1893. She was daughter of Thomas 
and Annie (Furbush) Young. 

James B. b. June 1841 ; m. 31 March 1868, Susan 

C. Annis. No ch. Soldier in the Civil War. 

Res., Lynn, Mass. He d. 4 March 1919. 
William B. b. 19 Aug. 1843, in Cambridge, Mass.; 

m. 1860, Sarah A. Clanage, dau. of James and 

Hannah. He d. in Lynn, Mass., 29 June 1906. 


Mary F. b. 9 March 1861; m. 1880 James 
Bowlby, and has dau. Bessie. 

William E. b. 22 March 1862 ; d. Sept. 1864. 

Georgie A. b. 9 June 1864 ; m. 1883, Willis Day. 
Ellen F. b. 10 Dec. 1847; m. Freeman S. Waite 

and has son 

Benjamin W. Waite. 
Martha A. b. 1854 ; d. 1878. Unm. 


James Stackpole (John% Stephen*, James^, Philips, 
JamesO, born 1 Jan. 1825 in Somersworth, N. H., married, 
1842, Martha, daughter of John A. and Judith B. (Brown) 
Twombly. Residence, Dover, N. H., and Lowell, Mass. He 
died in Dover 19 Jan. 1893. She died there 31 March 1898, 
aged 75-6-15. Ch. 

Joseph Henry b. abt. 1842 ; m. 18 Dec. 1875, Min- 
nie F. Davis; d. s. p. 27 Feb. 1917 in Lowell, 

James Albert b. abt. 1847 ; m. 13 May 1867, Nellie 
M. Stone; d. in Cheimcford, Mass. 30 June 
1903. Wife d. abt. 1895. 2 ch. 


Martha E. b. 26 Nov. 1868; m. 4 July 1887, 

Wm. P. Felker. 
Albert H. b. 14 May 1873; m. 16 May 1894, 

Bertha Laidlaw, dau. of Henry and Mary, 

b. 1873 in N. S. 3 ch. 

Herbert J. b. 21 Jan. 1895 in Lowell, Mass. 

Harold b. 25 May 1898 in Chelmsford, 

Helen E. b. 3 July 1903 in Lowell, Mass. 
Benjamin F. b. abt. 1849; m. 21 May 1867 Juha A. 
Bowden, (2) 27 March 1886, Emma J. Patter- 
son, who was b. 27 March 1860 and d. 26 Jan. 
1920. Res., Berwick, Me. No ch. 
Clara G. b. 17 Feb. 1857. 

Walter H. b. 17 Aug. 1860 ; m. 6 Aug. 1885 Carrie 
M. Peters, dau. of Rufus and Mary (Clark), b. 
at Blue Hill, Me. He d. at Dover, N. H., 20 
May 1899. She d. at Dover 29 May 1898, aged 
36-0-24. 4 ch., brought up in the family of his 
brother Benjamin. 
Carrie Belle b. 26 Dec. 1886. 
Walter Raymond b. 15 Aug. 1891 ; m. 15 April 

1913, Margaret Fenton, who was b. 1 Jan. 

1892. 2 ch. 

Elmer Raymond b. 2 April 1915. 

Franklin Henry b. 6 July 1916. 
James Arthur Clarence b. 31 May 1893 ; m. 31 

Dec. 1814, Ethel A. Titus, who was b. in 

Sept. 1894. One ch. 

Roland Arthur b. 5 April 1918. 
Martha May b. 1 July 1894. 

Timothy Stackpole (John% Stephen*, James^, Philip^, 
JamesO, born 1 Jan. 1825, married, 25 Feb. 1842, Elizabeth, 
daughter of the Rev. John Heard. She was born in San- 
ford, Me., 16 Sept. 1822 and died in Lynn, Mass., 8 March 
1880. He died April 1914. Soldier in the Civil War. 

332. George Heard b. 7 Sept. 1843 ; m. Mary Ann Har- 


333. Charles Fernald b. 30 May 1846; m. Eliza Ann 

Hannah Elizabeth b. 27 Oct. 1848; m. Charles 0. 


Lizzie Baird b. 28 April 1871; m. 20 March 
1898 Loring Cullen, 
Elinor Baird Cullen b. 8 Feb. 1899. 

William L. Baird b. 3 Feb. 1873. 

John G. Baird. 

Annie Baird 

Fannie Baird. 

Bertha Baird. 

Edna Baird. 

Leslie Baird. 

Ellen Frances Baird. 
Timothy J. b. 19 July 1850 ; m. (1) Carrie Augusta 

Rogers, (2) 28 Nov. 1894 Hattie E. Adams. 

Res., Saugus Centre, Mass. Two ch. 

Charles R. b. 7 Sept. 1873. 

Bertha May b. 1887 ; m. 26 June 1907 Edward 
E. Merrill. 
John Grant b. 1 Jan. 1852 ; d. 4 June 1860. 
Judith Ann b. 29 Jan. 1854 ; m. 3 July 1874 Samuel 

R. Knowland ; d. 14 May 1919. Ch. 

Samuel R. Knowland b. 5 Feb. 1875. 

Philomela Knowland b. 30 May 1877 ; m. C. S. 
Nellie Georgianna b. 29 April 1857; m. 16 Aug. 

1874 Arthur S. Chandler, (2) Albert Atwood. 
He is dead. 

Centre Sandwich, N. H. Two ch. 

Emeline E. Chandler b. 6 Feb. 1876. 

Ethel Mae Chandler b. 3 Sept. 1881. 

Dayton b. 29 Aug. 1859 ; m. 10 Sept. 1884 Angle 
H. Choate. Two ch. d. young. Res., Roches- 
ter, N. Y. 

Benjamin b. 9 June 1862; d. 28 April 1863. 


Stephen Stackpole (Benjamin^ Stephens James^, Philip-, 
JamesO born in Plattsburg, N. Y. 17 March 1817, married, 
21 March 1841, Nancy C. Clifford, bom 17 Feb. 1818 at 
Compton, Canada. He died 4 Feb. 1890 at Plattsburg. 

Charles Henry b. 26 Feb. 1847; m. 6 Oct. 1870 
Charlotte M. Standish, dau. of Capt. George 
Standish and lineal descendant of Capt. Miles 
Standish. She was b. 1 June 1848 and d. 11 
Oct. 1881 in Dannemora, N. Y. He m. (2) 4 


Sept. 1888 Mary Ruth Craich of Colchester, 

Vt., b. 4 Aug. 1857. Merchant at Plattsburg, 

N. Y. Ch. 

Miles Standish b. 11 Jan. 1872. 

Charles Stewart b. 21 March 1874. 

Caroline Emmarette b. 1 June 1876. 

George Augustus b. 23 Oct. 1878. 

Charlotte Mary b. 4 Aug. 1889. 

Benjamin Carroll b. 10 June 1891; d. 23 Sept. 

Marion Haynes b. 17 Jan. 1894. 
Ellen E. Unm. 

Phoebe Stackople (Benjamin^ Stephen*, James^ Philip^, 

JamesO» born in Plattsburg, N. Y. 6 April 1819, married, 
5 Jan. 1837, Joseph Roberts, born 29 June 1816. He en- 
listed 9 May 1861 in the 16th N. Y. Vol. Inf. and served two 
years. Re-enlisted in 1863 in the 2nd N. Y. Vet. Cav. and 
served till the end of the Civil War. Wheelwright and 
blacksmith, Plattsburg, N. Y. 12 ch., seven of whom died 
in infancy. 

James Victor Roberts b. 9 Sept. 1845 ; drummer in 

118th N. Y. Vols. ; d. at Hampton Hospital, Va., 

1 Aug. 1863, and buried there. 
Sarah J. Roberts b. 22 Sept. 1839 ; m. 2 May 1862 

John Lenaghen. He d. 6 Aug. 1876. 
Mary E. Roberts b. 9 May 1843 ; m. 10 Dec. 1867 

Alonzo Andrews. He is deceased. 
Peter W. Roberts b. 7 Aug. 1848; m. Mary L. Staf- 
ford. He d. 19 April 1905. She d. 26 Feb. 

Issac M. Roberts b. 31 July 1851 ; m. 10 Dec. 1871 

Louisa Chesbrow. Lives in Albert Lea, Minn. 

4 ch. One daughter died at age of 18 months. 

One son is Rev. J. V. Roberts of Troy, Idaho; 

m. Ethel Gertrude , who d. 13 Nov. 

1919, leaving a son 11 yrs. old ; another is G. R. 

Roberts of Owatonna, Minn., who has six ch. ; 

a dau, was Ethel Mae Roberts b. 12 Aug. 1891, 

who m. Orville B. Congdon b. 27 Jan. 1891. 

Res., Traer, Iowa. They have ch., Ruthal Viola 

Congdon b. 17 June 1905, Ho Pearl Congdon b. 

8 April 1907, Gladys Mae Congdon b. 9 May 

1909, and Russell Eugene Congdon b. 1 Sept. 



Thomas Stackpole (Benjamin", Stephen\ James^ Philip^', 

JamesO, born 23 March 1820, married 27 July 1845 his 
cousin, Sarah, daugther of James and Abigail (Brock) Stack- 
pole. See under No. 88. Thomas Stackpole died in the In- 
sane Hospital at Ogdensburg, N. Y. in 1893. She and 
family lived in S, Berwick, Me. She died about 1889. 

Lowell Brock b. in Bradford, Mass., 23 April 1846; 
d. at Dover, N. H., 21 Oct. 1903. Soldier in 
the Civil War. He m. Jane Earle of S. Ber- 
wick, Me., and had son, Charles, who d. in in- 
fancy. Divorced. 

William A. b. 17 March 1849 ; m. (1) Martha Abby 
Pierce of S. Berwick, (2) 29 May 1880 Belle 
Munroe of York, Me., who d. 25 June 1894, 
aged 31 yrs. 6 mos. 14 days. One child by 
first marriage 
Laura A. b. 1872; m. 24 Dec. 1894 Oscar 

Children by second marriage 
Mabel, died 9 May 1892, aged 2 yrs. 10 mos. 
Martha, died 4 July 1911, aged 30 yrs. 
William m. in Portsmouth, N. H., 8 Sept. 1917 

Olive Roberts. 

James b. 22 June 1852. Unm. L. near Conway 
Junction, S. Berwick, Me. 

William Warren Stackpole (Benjamin^ Stephen*, James', 

Philip-, JamesO, bom 13 Oct. 1824 in Plattsburg, N. Y., 

married (1) Aug. 1847 Laura A. Felton, who was born 29 

July 1826 and died 6 Jan. 1848, (2) 18 Feb. 1850 Climena 

Hodges, born at Chazy, N. Y., 8 Feb. 1829. Iron moulder. 

Res., Chataugay Lake, N. Y. 

334. Lott B. b. 18 Dec. 1850 ; m. Jennie Nichols. 

335. Lindus M. b. 4 Oct. 1852 ; m. Aurelia Signor. 
Anna E. b. 30 Nov. 1856. 

Ruth A. b. 29 Nov. 1865 at Saranac, N. Y. ; m. 17 
Sept. 1890 Eber L. Washburn, M.D., b. at 
Saranac 20 Sept. 1864. 


Frederick Halsey Stackpole (Benjamin% Stephen*, 
James^, Philip^ James^ born in Plattsburg, N. Y., 14 Oct. 
1826, married 1 Sept. 1850 Annis, daughter of Warren and 
Mary (Macomber) Strong born 23 Nov. 1829. He died 14 
Jan. 1895. Res., Clintonville, N. Y. 5 ch. 

George Adelbert b. 23 Aug. 1851 ; m. 24 April 1874 

Emma Baxter of Ferona, N. Y., who was b. 1 

April 1854 and d. 3 Aug. 1891. Two ch. 

Anna M. b. 6 Nov. 1875; m. 18 Nov. 1891 
George Mace of Burlington, Vt. 

Eber b. 22 Jan. 1891. 
Armina Maria b. 15 June 1855; m. 1 April 1880 

James Blanchard. Clintonville, N. Y. Son 

Frederick Halsey Blanchard b. 21 May 1881 at 
Ausable Forks, N. Y. 
Ella Marseha b. 16 Aug. 1858; m. 18 Aug. 1876 

Gillson M. Slater of Ausable Forks, N. Y. b. 18 

Oct. 1855. Ch. 

Guy Slater b. 29 June 1877. 

Daisy Slater b. 17 Dec. 1879. 

Myrtie M. Slater b. 15 Oct. 1880. 

Gertrude Slater b. 29 Jan. 1885. 

N. B. Slater b. 21 April 1888. 

Orlo Elwood Slater b. 21 Jan. 1892. 

K. Carson Slater b. 27 Oct. 1894. 
Charles b. 15 July 1865 ; d. 13 Oct. 1867. 
Benjamin Warren b. 24 March 1869; m. 12 Oct. 

1894 Mabel Adams of Northampton, Mass., b. 

1 June 1871. Ch. 

Halsey King b. 1895. 

Esther Ann Perkins (Ann Stackpole Perkins) (Stephen*, 
James^, Philip^, JamesO born in Kennebunk, Me., 17 July 
1817, married at Kennebunk, by the Rev. William Bryant, 
14 Nov. 1836, George Washington Stover of Kennebunk- 
port, son of Theodore and Hannah (Thompson) Stover. He 
was bom 15 March 1815 and died 15 Oct. 1868. She died in 
Newmarket, N. H., 21 Oct. 1883. Eight ch. 

Ann Maria Stover b. 15 Feb. 1838; m. 9 March 
1864 John Whitten of Alfred, Me. He was 


killed at the battle of Petersburg, 30 July 1864. 

She m. (2) 7 July 1896, Alfred B. Murphy. He 

d. 27 Oct. 1910. She d. 29 Apr. 1815. 
Baby b. and d. 16 Feb. 1840. 
Emily Frances Stover b. 22 May 1841 ; d. 15 June 

Emma Frances Stover b. 10 Aug-. 1843 ; m. 15 Dec. 

1867 Charles Samuel Stackpole. See under 

No. 247. 
Almira Thompson Stover b. 25 March 1846 ; d. 25 

Oct. 1852. 
Esther Jane Stover b. 18 April 1847; d. 17 Jan. 

Mary Ellen Stover b. 21 July 1850; d. 25 Sept. 

Lizzie P. Stover b. 4 June 1853 ; d. 6 Sept. 1853. 

Charles Perkins Stackpole (Nathan% Stephen^ James^, 
Philip% JamesO, born in Kennebunk, Me., 15 July 1820, 
married, Nov. 1841, in Effingham, N. H., Emily Dearborn, 
who was bom in Effingham 9 July 1821 and died in Law- 
rence, Mass., 6 Jan. 1894, after having married (2) 15 Jan. 
1893, Rufus F. Cram. Charles P. Stackpole died in Law- 
rence 11 Sept. 1889. Two eh. 

Emma Frances, died 22 Aug. 1856, aged 9 mos. 4 

Charles Samuel b. in Newmarket, N. H. 4 Feb. 
1844; m. in Newmarket 15 Dec. 1867, Emma 
Frances Stover. See under No. 246. He d. at 
Lawrence, Mass., 6 April 1908. Res., 66 
Abbott St., Lawrence, Mass. Ch. 
Mabel Lunt b. in Newmarket, N. H., 24 June 
1870 ; m. 22 Jan. 1890, Albert W. Clark of 
Portland, Me. He is teacher of penman- 
ship. Res., Melrose Highlands, Mass. Ch. 
Gladys Clark b. at Lawrence 16 July 1894. 
Paul Stackpole Clark b. 23 Nov. 1895 at 

Lawrence. See Military Record. 
Philip Willistine Clark b. 31 May 1898 at 
Melrose Highlands. U. S. Naval Re- 
serve at Mass. Institute of Technology 
1921. See Military Record. 


Frederic Norman Clark b. 7 Nov. 1907 at 
Melrose Highlands. 

Nellie Stover b. at Newmarket, N. H., 22 Jan. 
1872. Graduate of State Normal School, 
Salem, Mass. Teacher in public schools of 
Lawrence, Mass. Secretary of the Stack- 
pole Association. 

Baby b. 16 Feb. d. 18 March 1876. 

Jane Warren Stackpole (Nathan^ Stephen*, James^, 

Philip-, JamesO, born in Kennebunk, Me., 20 Dec. 1822, 

married, 12 Nov. 1840, Benj. F. Cram. Two ch. 

Georg-e H. Cram b. Dec. 1842 ; d. 1866. 

Jennie F. Cram b. 8 Nov. 1858 in Dixon, 111.; m. 

(1) 18 June 1879 in Sterling, 111. Joseph M. 

Hagey, (2) 29 June 1887 Frederick Jenkins. 

Res., Medford, Mass. Two ch. 

Mildred Warren Jenkins b. March 1888. 

Dorothy Colman Jenkins b. 29 March 1892. 

William Warren Stackpole (Nathan^ Stephen*, James^, 
Philip^ JamesO, born in Kennebunk, Me., 14 March 
1825, married, 1845, Elizabeth, daughter of Simon and Han- 
nah (Waldron) Batchelder. She was born 4 May 1826 at 
North wood, N. H., and died 8 Nov. 1896. He was a mer- 
chant in Newmarket, N. H., where he died 27 Feb. 1902. 
Four ch. 

Ellen A. b. 22 Jan. 1847; m. Oren Weaver, who 
was b. 5 Jan. 1840 and d. in Washington, D. C, 
25 April 1900. Two ch. 
Clarence T. Weaver b. 23 Dec. 1865, m. 4 March 

1891 Maude A. Owen, who was b. 31 May 

1869 and d. 21 June 1907. Ch. 

Ruth Weaver b. 20 Dec. 1897; m. 28 May 
1920 Serafino R. Tedesco. 

Alfred O. Weaver b. 29 Oct. 1900. 

Edith Weaver b. 24 May 1903. 

Ralph Weaver b. 12 Jan. 1905. 

Maude Weaver b. 21 June 1907. 
Ethel Weaver b. 5 Aug. 1873, m. Frank H. 

Adams 20 Oct. 1897. He b. 20 July 1875. 

Res., Dedham, Mass. Two ch. 



Weaver Warren Adams b. 28 April 1901. 

Elizabeth Adams b. 23 Feb. 1903. 
Emma L. b. 3 Feb. 1849 ; m. 1 Nov. 1870 Daniel 

Chubbuck. She d. and he m. (2) and 1. 

in Lynn, Mass. 

Ada Chubbuck b. 1872 ; d. 1905. 

Walter H. Chubbuck b. 30 June 1876 ; m. May 

1899 Grace Cleveland. Dau. 

Marion Chubbuck b. 23 Aug. 1904. 
Horace B. Chubbuck b. 21 Aug. 1878; m. 7 

Sept. 1917, Sadie H. Bowley b. 9 June 1889. 


Dorothy C. Chubbuck b. 11 June 1918. 
Alfred S. Chubbuck b. 14 May 1880 ; m. 

3 ch. 

Emma Chubbuck b. 1905. 

Raymond Chubbuck b. 1909. 

Wade Chubbuck b. 1915. 
Edward W. d. 20 June 1883 in Dedham, Mass., 

aged 21 yrs. 
Carrie May b. 10 Feb. 1864; m. 4 Jan. 1908 Carol 
L. Joslin. 

John Temple Stackpole (Nathan% Stephen*, James^, 

Philip^, JamesO, born in Kennebunk, Me., 3 April 1827, 

married, 2 June 1850, at Lawrence, Mass., Mrs. Sarah Maria 

Gatyens, daughter of James and Lydia (Hutchens) Davis, 

born 7 Dec. 1825. She died at Newmarket, N. H., 17 Sept. 

1895. He died 7 Jan. 1901. Soldier in the Civil War. 

Six ch. 

Charles Temple b. 16 Aug. 1852 ; d. 12 March 1857. 

George Henry b. 25 Dec. 1854. 

William W. b. 25 Nov. 1856 ; d. 7 Oct. 1857. 

Jennie W. b. 21 Nov. 1858; m. John F. Smith. 
Res., Arlington, Mass. Ch. Frank Temple, 
Ella Warren, Maude Edna and Louis Henry. 

LaForest T. b. 17 March 1861; d. 5 April 1863. 

Sadie M. b. 19 Nov. 1865; m. 18 Jan. 1882 Frank 
P. Whittemore. She d. s. p. after 1901. 


Nathan Stackpole (Nathan% Stephen*, James^, Philip^, 

JamesO, born in Newmarket, N. H. 19 Dec. 1829, married, 
16 June 1850, Ruth Foss, daughter of Timothy and Ruth, 


who was bom in Strafford, N. H., 16 July 1829 and died 11 
June 1896. He died 28 Feb. 1893. He was a blacksmith. 

Annie Dell b. at Ottawa, 111., 9 Oct. 1862; m. 23 
Jan. 1883, at Pullman, 111., Frank Ward, b. in 
1859 at Waukegan, 111. He d. 29 Jan. 1913. 
Three ch. 
Ruth Edna Ward b. Oct. 1883 ; m. 9 Nov. 1907, 

Howard B. Lewis. Ch. 

Ruth Kathryn Lewis b. 27 March 1909. 

Philip Burbank Lewis b. 31 March 1915. 
Elsie Irene Ward b. Jan. 1886. 
Irving- Warren Ward b. March 1890; m. 5 Nov. 

1910, Alice Burnell. 

Robert Burnell Ward b. 26 July 1914. 
Kate May b. at Ottawa, 111., 26 Nov. 1866 ; m. 26 
Nov. 1896, at La Grange, 111., Charles Wesley 

Ferguson, b. at Godfrey, 111., in 1864. 

Chicago, 111. 

Grant Nathan Ferguson b. 7 Feb. 1899. 

Ward Wilfred Ferguson b. 5 Oct. 1901. 

Charles Donald Ferguson b. 9 Sept. 1906. 

Reuben Stackpole (Nathan% Stephen*, James^, Philip^ 
JamesO, born in Newmarket, N. H., 10 May 1832, married, 
17 Nov. 1853, Lydia Maxwell Jepson of Wells, Me. He died 
22 May 1895. She died 8 March 1912 in N. Attleborough, 
Mass., aged 82-3-26. Four children born in Newmarket, N. H. 

Frank E. b. 31 July 1855 ; m. 29 June 1886 Anna 
C. Whitney, b. 16 March 1861. He was a 
printer. He d. s. p. 18 Aug. 1906. 
Albert T. b. 5 Sept. 1857; m. Ida J. Smart, who 
d. 29 April 1912. One son 
Harry W. b. 17 May 1882; m. 25 Feb. 1912 
Laura E. Rand of Newmarket. 
Ethel Hariett b. in Newmarket, N. H., 19 

Sept. 1915. 
Avis Vera b. in Newmarket, N. H., 24 May 
Cynthia J. b. 17 Sept. 1860 ; m. 2 Feb. 1891, Fred- 
erick H. Pillsbury. Res., Medford, Mass. 
Willie b. 13 July 1864; d. 19 Aug. 1864. 


Mary Eliza Stackpole (Nathan^ Stephen*, James^, 

Philip-, JamesO, born at Newmarket, N. H. 27 July 1835, 

married, 1 Jan. 1854, William M. Robinson, who was bom 

in Exeter, N. H., 18 Jan. 1829 and died 9 Jan. 1905. He 

was a musician. Soldier in the Civil War. Res., Medford, 

Mass. She died 13 Nov. 1907. 

Amy Jane Robinson b. at Newmarket 18 Sept. 
1854; m. 15 May 1873 William H. Griffiths, b. 
15 May 1843. Res., Medford, Mass. She d. in 
1886. 2 ch. 

Edna May Griffiths b. 8 Nov. 1874; m. 2 May 
1895 Clarence Lawrence, who d. 8 Dec. 
Willis Wentworth Griffiths b. 23 Sept. 1877. 
Graduate of Tufts College. M. 1 Jan. 1904 
Viola Sabine and has two ch. 
William Hall Griffiths b. 20 April 1906. 
Richard Sabine Griffiths b. 30 Jan. 1909. 
Mary E. Robinson b. 8 June 1857; d. in infancy. 
Carrie May Robinson b. 14 Aug. 1859; d in in- 
William Robinson b. 29 Nov. 1861 ; d. in infancy. 
Edward Jenness Robinson b. at S. Newmarket, N. 
H., 29 Oct. 1863; m. 14 Nov. 1888 Mary Ella 
Vinal, b. 16 March, 1860. Res., Medford, 
Mass. Son 

Harry Vinal Robinson b. 6 Jan. 1892; m. 12 
June 1918, Mildred E. Austin.- who d. 10 
Feb. 1920. 


Sarah Stackpole (PauP, Stephen*, James^, Philip^, 

JamesO, born 8 Aug. 1831, married (1) Mr. Thompson, (2) 
23 Nov. 1851 John H. Turner, bom 1834 in Plattsburg, N. 
Y. She died 19 March 1870. One child by first marriage 

Charles J. Thompson b. 1847 in Saranac, N. Y., 

who d. 6 Jan. 1915, leaving a son, Charles J. 

Thompson Jr. 
Three children by second marriage 
Lucy A. Turner b. 22 April 1854 in Saranac; m. 

24 June 1877 George Moore of Dannemora. N. 

Y. Ch. 

Mark H. Moore b. 19 Sept. 1878. 


Mary E. Moore b. Feb. 1881 ; d. 1 July 1885. 
George A. Turner b. 1 Aug. 1857 ; d. 1 Feb. 1859. 
Mary E. Turner b. 30 March 1859 in Saranac; m. 

20 March 1879 Arthur A. Merrill of Danne- 

mora, N. Y. One child 

Barton A. Merrill b. 9 Oct. 1885. 

Frederick A. Dorr (Eliza (Stackpole) Dorr), (Stephen*, 
James3, Philip^, JamesO, born 7 Oct. 1827, married, Nov. 
1849, Mary Hobbs Mitchell of Kennebunk, Me. He died 10 
May 1903 in Southville, Mass. She died 19 April 1910. 
5 ch. 

Elizabeth F. Dorr b. 6 March 1851; m. 12 Sept. 
1875 John A. Muhlig. She d. 1 Feb. 1913. 

James Fred Muhlig b. 13 Oct. 1876; m. May 
1900 Molly Lowe. Ch. 
Dorothy Elizabeth Muhlig b. 22 June 1901. 
John Robert Muhlig b. 5 July 1905. 
Fred Alexander Muhlig b. Oct. 1908 ; d. Feb. 

Lawrence Alexander Muhlig b. March 1909. 
Laura E, Dorr b. 13 Feb. 1853 ; d. 19 Oct. 1871. 
Carrie E. Dorr b. 1 Jan. 1856. 
Mary E. Dorr b. 5 Feb. 1860. 
Abbie M. Dorr b. 11 Sept. 1863; m. 4 Nov. 1903 
Herbert W. Jones, Ch. 
Ruth Elinor Jones b. 21 Nov. 1904. 

Mary Stackpole (Edwin L.% Stephen*, James^, Philips, 
JamesO, born 10 May 1852, married Frank H. Spinney. 
She died 25 Sept. 1883, and he married her sister, Oria E. 
Stackpole. Children by first marriage were 

Luzetta May Spinney b. 1 July 1870 ; died young. 

Edwin Spinney; died young. 

Harry Lord Spinney b. 18 Aug. 1875 in Brookline, 

Mass.; m. 23 Jan. 1896, in Roxbury, Mass., 

Jessie Edith Buckman, b, 5 May 1877 in Camp- 

obello, N. B. Ch. 

Frank Henry Spinney b. in Roslindale 8 Aug. 
1896; d. 12 Nov. 1896. 


Ethel May Spinney b. 4 Dec. 1897 in Roslin- 

dale, Mass. 
Harry Lord Spinney b. 3 Jan. 1901 in Haver- 
hill, Mass. 
Alfretta Mona Spinney b. 9 April 1903 in 

William Henry Spinney b. 17 Sept. 1905 in 

Waldo Berton Short Spinney b. 17 Nov. 1907 

in West Newbury, Mass. 
Rena Edna N. A. Spinney b. 1 June 1910 in 

Merrimac, Mass. 
Albert R. D. B. Spinney b. 8 March 1913 in 
Byron C. Spinney b. 28 Oct. 1878. 
Children by second marriage of Frank H. Spinney. 
Roy S. Spinney b. 6 Oct. 1886; d. 18 Dec. 1886. 
Leola A. Spinney b. 2 Oct. 1890; m. Jacob- 


Freeland Everett Stackpole (Edwin L.% Stephen*, 

James^ Philip-, JamesO born 18 Aug. 1867, married, 8 
Dec. 1888, Alice E. Nief. Boston, Mass. 

Ida May b. 18 June 1891. 

Edwin Everett b. 5 March 1894 ; m. 18 Aug. 1912 

Bertha E. Croumie, Roxbury. 3 ch. 

Alice Beatrice b. 13 Aug. 1913. 

Edwin Everett Jr. b. 5 Mch. 1915. 

Freeland Everett b. 19 July 1916; d. Feb. 1917. 
John H. b. and d. 23 May 1896. 
Algernon b. and d. 23 May 1896. 
Vera Frances b. 13 Aug. 1899. 



Emulus Stackpole (SamueP, SamueP, Jame^S John^, 
Johns JamesO, born 13 Dec. 1806 in Albion, Me., married, 
30 March 1836, Mary Ann, daughter of Joel Wellington of 
Albion, born 27 March 1814. He lived in Houlton, Monti- 
cello, Me., Lynn, Mass., and again in Monticello, where he 
died 9 July 1891. Town Clerk, Selectman, and Supt. of 
Schools many years in Houlton and Monticello. "Univers- 
ally trusted and respected, and scrupulously honest." His 
wife died 30 May 1878. Two ch. 

Delbert A. b. at Houlton 24 Sept. 1841 ; d. at New 
Orleans, La., 24 Aug. 1863. Unm. Soldier 
in the Civil War. 

Lucien E. b. at Monticello 7 Nov. 1844; m. 1879, 
Florence Ketchum of Blaine, Me. Farmer and 
musician. Town clerk of Monticello many 
years. Selectman and Deputy Collector of 
Customs. No ch. She died 9 Dec. 1915, aged 

Harris G. Stackpole (SamueP, SamueP, James*, John^ 
John^, James^), born 1 May 1812 in Albion, Me., married, 
1831, Rachel Moore of Albion, bom 13 May 1812. Moved 
to Monticello, Me., in 1833. Farmer, Selectman and Col- 
lector. He died 22 May 1897 in Bridgewater, Me. His 
wife died 13 June 1893. Five ch. 

Henry C. died in infancy. 

336. Augustus M. b. 18 Nov. 1837 ; m. Serene Robinson, 

(2) Annie R. Miller. 
Mary E. b. 3 Dec. 1840; d. 28 Dec. 1874. Unm. 

337. Roscoe H. b. 14 June 1846 ; m. Rhoda A. Kinney. 
Thomas H. died young. 


Hiram Stackpole (SamueP, SamueP, James*, John^, 

John-, JamesO, born 16 May 1821, married, 1851 Celia Luce 

of Monticello, who died 27 Nov. 1864. (2) 1865, Lizzie 

Shields of Linneus, Me. Farmer in Monticello. He died 1 

April 1879. His widow died in 1881. Two ch. 

Helen E. b. 5 June 1852. 
Frances A. b. 8 Jan. 1857. 

Elbridge G. Stackpole (Joseph% SamueP, James*, John^, 
John^, JamesO, born in Vassalboro, Me., 12 July 1812, mar- 
ried in Orono, Me., 7 Nov. 1835, Julia Ann Heald, of Nor- 
ridgewock, Me., who was born 5 Jan. 1813 and died 10 Feb. 
1841. He married (2) in Troy, Crawford County, Pa., 
29 June 1842, Lettis B. Gerow, who was bom at Oil Creek, 
Pa., 25 Oct. 1825 and died 14 Sept. 1894. Lumber merchant 
and farmer. Res., Kenton, West Virgina. Children by 
first marriage were 

Harriet b. 3 Sept. 1836 in Albion, Me. ; m. 20 Feb. 

1856 Joseph Henderson in Venango County, 

Pa., and d. 13 Nov. 1863. One dau. 

Julia Henderson m. John Lewis. 
Adelia A. b. 3 Nov. 1839 in Eddington, Me.; m. 

15 April 1860, Joseph Gilmore in Venango 

County, Pa. Two sons 

Gerry Stackpole Gilmore, clerk in R. R. office, 

Sacramento, Cal. 

Joseph Gilmore, in the employ of the Standard 
Oil Co., Oil City, Pa. 
Henry H. b. 30 Dec. 1841 in Warren County, Pa. ; 

m. 1 Aug. 1865 Mary Bain of Frewsburg, N. Y. 


Lena, in Salt Lake City, Utah.(?) 

Ernest, in Ironrod, Madison County, Mon- 
tana. (?) 
Albert A. b. 24 Nov. 1844; in Venango County, 

Pa.; m. 8 Aug. 1895 at Jamestown, N. Y., 

Mary Marcy. Oil well driller and contractor. 

Kenton, Doddridge County, West Va. 
Joseph J. b. 13 June 1850 in Venango County, Pa. ; 

m. 11 Feb. 1875 Eva E. Wilson in Cambridge- 


boro, Pa. Farmer and oil-well driller. Two 


Elbridge Greer b. 15 Jan. 1876. A. B. Alle- 
ghany College. Teacher at Waterford 
Academy, Erie County, Pa. 

Roy Logan b. 18 Feb. 1877; in 1900 he was a 
student in Western Reserve Medical Col- 
lege, Cleveland, 0. 

Horace H. Stackpole (Joseph% SamueP, James*, John^, 

John^, James^, born 4 Nov. 1814 in Embden, Me., married, 

24 Aug. 1841, Ruhama Pushor, born at Plymouth, Me., 10 

Dec. 1821. He died at Plymouth 18 July 1898. She died 

9 Nov. 1903. Four ch. 

Sarah b. 29 Oct. 1842 ; m. Wm. I. Leavitt of Plym- 
outh, Me. She d. 29 July 1887. He d. 23 
Aug 1905 

Josie N. Leavitt b. 20 Oct. 1861 ; d. 9 Nov. 1882. 
Emma A. Leavitt b. 3 April 1863; d. 9 July 

Meda L Leavitt b. 9 Oct. 1867; m. 18 Sept. 

1888 Everett B. Sewell of Detroit, Me. 

Myra E. Sewell b. 7 Oct. 1890. 
Myra E. Leavitt b. 5 July 1872; d. 27 June 
Horace Wilson b. 24 July 1846; m. 23 May 1869 
Lillian Patterson of Hudson, Me. He d. at 

Plymouth, Me., 19 Sept. 1910. Four ch. 
Ina M. b. 11 Nov. 1869; m. 10 March 1889 

Leone L. Brown of Pittsfield, Me. 
Effie R. b. 16 March 1871 ; m. 28 Aug. 1901 A. 
R. Remick. Res., Kelso, Wash. One ch. 
Frank Horace Remick b. 11 Sept. 1902. 
Etta L. b. 10 Dec. 1877; m. 14 March 1894 
Merlyn E. Chadwick of Clinton, Me. Ch. 
Erm_a L. Chadwick b. 3 March 1894; m. 1 
June 1911, Ernest J. Arno of Plymouth, 
Me. Ch. 

Ival M. Arno b. 21 Dec. 1912 and 
Bernard H. Arno b. 11 Dec. 1914. 
Ivan Merlyn Chadwick b. 17 April 1904. 
Ona L. b. 26 Feb. 1897; m. 9 Aug. 1913 Jeffer- 
son B. Spurling of Gouldsboro, Me. Ch. 


Eleanor Lillian Spuiling- b. 17 Nov. 1914. 

Royce Jefferson Spurling- b. 7 May 1916. 

Norma E. Spurling- b. 3 Nov. 1917. 
Myra b. 5 June 1852; m. 25 Dec. 1875 Benj. A. 
Damon of Palmyra, Me. She m. (2) 1 May 
1900 Leroy Pushor of Pittsfield, Me. Ch. 
Cora B. Damon b. 12 Aug. 1879; d. 19 Feb. 

Ada May Damon b. Feb. 1881. 
Cora b. 24 Feb. 1857; d. about 1882. 

Hill Stackpole (Joseph", Samuel^ James*, John^, John^ 
JamesO, born 1816, married Emeline Webber, bom 6 May 
1824. She died 28 Aug. 1891. He died about 1888. Three 

Harriet Elizabeth b. in Levant, Me., 13 Dec. 1842 ; 

m. 4 July 1862 Wing of Stetson, Me. 

She d. at Oldtown, Me., 13 Sept. 1870. A dau. 
Minnie Emeline Wing b. 10 March 1863 ; m. 30 
April 1885 Amasa Snow. 
Mabel L Snow b. in Hermon, Me., 23 Jan. 

Homer J. Snow b. 28 July 1890. 
Helen M. Snow b. 29 May 1898. 
Charles Fred, died at Saginaw, Mich., 1870. 
Joseph Hill b. in Levant 31 March 1852. Lives 
on the homestead at Levant, Me. 

Obed W. Stackpole (Joseph", SamueP, James*, John^, 
John-, JamesO, born 18 Dec. 1822, married Eliza Jane 
Gerow, born 29 July 1834. He died in a rebel prison at 
Belle Isle 6 Nov. 1863 of starvation. 

Nelson b. 4 Dec. 1850. Lived two weeks. 

Elizabeth J. b. 11 July 1854; m. 5 Feb. 1878, Hom- 
er C. Richardson. Cambridge Springs, Pa. 
Lettie M. Richardson. 
Gertie B. Richardson. 
Grace E. Richardson. 
Asenath B. Richardson. 

Lettie J. b. 20 March 1856 ; d. 20 Nov. 1863. 


Rev. Nelson Stackpole (Joseph®, SamueP, James*, John^^ 
John^ JamesO, born in Albion, Me., 13 Feb., 1828, married, 
27 July 1850, Betsey, daughter of William and Mary Robin- 
son, born in Carmel, Me., 23 Nov. 1832. He was ordained 
as a preacher of the Christian Church in 1867 and served 
churches in Newport, Troy, Dixmont, Augusta, Clinton, and 
Palmyra, Me. He baptized two hundred persons. He was 
a successful and highly esteemed minister. He died 12 
April, or 18 Dec. 1892. His widow died 13 Feb. 1919. 
Six ch. 

Emulus N. b. 28 Jan. 1854 ; d. 24 Feb. 1855. 

Ida L. b. 10 June 1855; m. 12 Jan. 1880 Wallace 

Call of Troy, Me. She has died. Dau. 

Lena I. Call b. 4 Nov. 1882. 
Eddie M. b. 16 May 1858; d. 9 March 1863. 
Frank G. b. 25 June 1861 ; d. 12 March 1863. 
Rose N. b. 16 Aug. 1864; m. 28 Nov. 1889, Joseph 

Annis of Hartland, Me. He d. 8 Sept. 1912, 

aged 75-4-4. 

John F. b. 2 Dec. 1872; m. 15 Sept. 1893, Millie 
Payne of Plymouth, Me. He d. 5 April 1902. 
Nelson U. b. 13 March 1895; m. Hazel V. 

Carter, 5 Nov. 1914. 
Wainwright b. 29 July 1898. 
John Linwood b. 13 March 1900. 
Lillie b. 15 Nov. 1901. 

Delia Tarbell Stackpole (James®, SamueP, James", John^, 
John% James^ born in Norridgewock, Me., 15 March 1834, 
married, 4 Oct. 1853, John Hale Longley of Norridgewock. 
He died at Macon, Ga., 10 July 1867. She died at Sanford, 
Me., 5 April 1899. Ch. 

James N. Longley b. 9 Sept. 1854 ; d. 23 Dec. 1857. 

Marion Sophia Longley b. in Portland, Me., 8 July 
1857; m. Edwin Lyford Coding in Portland, 
24 Aug. 1882. Ch. b. in Portland 
Florence Longley Coding b. 16 July 1883. 
Emily Tarbell Coding b. 12 Aug. 1884. 
Margaret Coding b. 29 May 1889. 


John Hale Longley b. in Macon, Ga., 5 June 1867; 
m. at Rumford, Me., 17 July 1895 Susan Eliza- 
beth Putnam. 

Dorothy Longley b. 23 Aug. 1896. 
Marion Longley. 
John H. Longley, Jr. 

William Augustus Stackpole (William", SamueP, James*, 
John3, John", JamesO, born 25 Nov. 1825, married, 1848, 
Caroline Wiggin of Unity, Me. Soldier in the Civil War, 
killed at Fair Oaks. Seven ch. 

Fremont b. in Waterville, Me., 1850 ; m. Ethel J. 

. He was killed in a mill in Oregon, 21 

Nov. 1895. Two ch. 

William S. 

Abbie J. m. Lyser. Res., Alma, Cal., in 

Martha, lives in Waltham, Mass. Unm. 
Henry, went to Cal. ; m. and d. there, leaving one 


Frank, resides in Mt. Vernon, Washington, and 

has son 

Howard William. 
Fannie b. abt. 1858; m. 23 Oct. 1883 Fred H. 

Barnes of Waltham, Mass. ; d. 1891. 

Marion Barnes. 

George Barnes. 
Clara Jane b. abt. 1860; m. 23 Sept. 1885 Fred 

Derbyshire of Waltham, Mass. 

Fred Derbyshire. 

Eleanor Derbyshire. 
Laura, lives in Waltham, Mass. Unm. 


Isadora D. Stackpole (Jonah C.^ SamueP, James*, John^, 

John^, JamesO born in Winslow, Me., 26 April 1839, married 

Charles H. Ring. She died in 1875 at Charlestown, Mass. 

2 ch. 

William E. Ring b. 24 Nov. 1857; m. 1875, Eliza- 
beth P. Chapman of Charlestown, Mass., and 
lives in Thomaston, Me. 4 ch. 


Isadora Ring m. John Ford of Whitefield, Me. 
Deceased. One child d. in infancy. 

Maud Ring, m. 

Edgar Cutter Ring, m. 

Charles Henry Ring m. Ethel Harvell. Res., 
Thomaston, Me. 3 ch. 
William Herbert Ring. 
Luella Ring. 
Harvell Ring. 
Mary Elizabeth Ring b. in Bangor, Me., 29 July 

1862 ; m. 7 Oct. 1884 Dr. William Arthur Per- 

rins, b. in Birmingham, Eng., 29 June 1860. 

2 ch. 

Arthur Goodman Perrins b. 12 Jan. d. 17 Jan. 

William Arthur Perrins Jr. b. in Roxbury, 
Mass., 14 May 1892. Graduated at Har- 
vard, 1914. m. 24 May 1919 Frances Eve- 
lyn Hall of Brookline, Mass. See Military 
Record. Daughter 
Mary Elizabeth Perrins b. 22 May 1920. 

George Winslow Stackpole (Jonah C.% SamueP, James* 
John^, John% JamesO born in Newberg, Me., 25 Dec. 1845, 
married Elizabeth Kirby of Boston Station, Ky., and lived 
there and at Covington, Ky. She was born 19 April 1849. 
Children born at Lynn, Ky. 

Leon R. b. 27 Sept. 1872 ; m. 1898, Letcher Brown 
of Lynn, Ky., who d. 20 June 1899. One ch. 
Harry M. b. at Paris, Ky., 20 June 1899. See 
Military Record. 

Howland K. b. 1 June 1877; d. 24 July 1906. 

Mary E. b. 28 June 1879; m. about 1906 Rush 
Rhodes of Ky. No ch. 

Edward Everett Stackpole (Jonah C®, SamueP, James*, 
John3, John^, James^) born in Newberg, Me., 29 Dec. 1852, 
married, 13 Nov. 1879 Hannah R. Bradford, born at Lynn, 
Ky. She died 24 March 1903. First three children bom at 
Lynn, Ky., the rest at Covington, Ky. Res., Cincinnati, 

Georgia Rena b. 21 Oct. 1882; m. 1 May 1915, 
Raffaele A. Allevato of Cosenza, Italy. 


Ralph Franklin b. 3 Feb. 1885; m. 2 June 1917, 
Elizabeth Eikens, b. in Cincinnati, 0. 

Harold Nicholas b. 26 Jan. 1887, d. 9 Nov. 1909. 

Elizabeth b. 8 Feb. 1890 ; d. 1 March 1890. 

Charles Everett b. 20 Sept. 1892. See Military 

Edna Effie b. 21 Oct. 1895 ; d. 15 Dec. 1896. 

Guy Beatrice b. 29 Oct. 1897. 

Gladys McDonald b. 18 Sept 1901. 

John Stackpole (Jotham% Jotham% John*, John^, JohnS 
JamesO, born in Biddeford, Me., 26 June 1842, married Ade- 
laide N. Montgomery of Dover, N. H. He was a builder and 
lived in Somerville, Mass. He died 19 Sept. 1915. Two ch. 

Nellie b. July 1865. 

John Franklin b. Aug. 1871; m. April 1897 Jane 

Bardelle Haley, dau. of Austin and Eva J. 

(Sanders) . Ch. 

Winifred Adelaide b. 4 July 1898 at Revere, 

Obed F. Stackpole (Jotham% Jotham^ John*, John^, 

John% JamesO, born in Biddeford, Me., 27 Feb. 1846, mar- 
ried, 25 June 1870, Edna E. Plaisted, born 30 Dec. 1849. 
He was for many years a sheriff in Biddeford. He died 31 
Jan. 1917. Ch. 

Walter Raymond b. 25 May 1871 ; m. 1 Aug. 1898 
Emma Florence Bird of Albany, Me., born 29 
Dec. 1873, dau. of James F. and Mary E. 
(Cummings) Bird. He is chief engineer of 
R. I. Electric Power Plant, Providence, R. I. 
Gertrude Julia b. 28 Oct. 1901. 
Elmer Raymond b. 23 May 1904. 

Roy Huntress b. 19 Jan. 1873; m. 10 Oct. 1900, 
Fannie Selena, dau. of James and Margaret 
(Thibeau) Hunter, b. 27 April 1883. He is 
chief engineer of Lome Cotton Mill, Paw- 
tucket, R. I. Ch. 

Edna May b. 25 July 1901 in Biddeford. 
Helen Marguerite b. 16 March 1907 in Bidde- 


Julian b. 18 Jan. 1880; d. in 1891. 

Nelson Black b. 25 May 1890; m. 19 Sept. 1911 

Marg-aret Helena Keigher. 

Edna May b. at Biddeford, Me., 3 April 1912. 

Orin Stackpole (Jotham^, Jotham% John*, John^, John^, 
JamesO, bom in Biddeford, Me., Aug. 1850, married Jane 
Halbert and lived in Biddeford. Ch. 

Elizabeth m. John Ira Merrill of Kennebunkport. 
Frank Maxcy b. abt. 1888; m. 1 Aug. 1908 Ethel 

Lucy Chambers. 
Howard E. b. 1890 ; m. 1 Oct. 1910, Rose E. Ross, 

dau. of August and Mary (Legrow) Ross. 
Maurice b. 5 Nov. 1892 ; d. 18 Dec. 1913. 


Edward L. Stackpole (Jotham% Jotham^ John*, John^, 
John^, James^), born in Biddeford, Me., 10 Jan. 1854, mar- 
ried 10 Sept. 1880, Maiy E. Doyle of Biddeford. She was 
bom 27 March 1860 and died 19 Sept. 1914, dau. of David 
and Charlotte (Benson) Doyle. Res., Biddeford, Me. 3 ch. 

Howard L. b. 7 July 1883; d. at Augusta, Me., 5 
Dec. 1914. 

Edward Jr. b. 14 Dec. 1886; m. 23 May 1908, 
Jemima Sutherland Bailey, age 25, dau. of 
William and Alexandrina (Gordon), b. in Glas- 
gow, Scotland. 
Son b. 4 Feb. 1909. 
Ada Estelle b. 27 July 1910. 
Valorie Bailey b. 5 March 1912. 

Fred G. b. 10 June 1893. 


James Henry Stackpole (Charles P.^ Joseph^ Andrew*, 
John^, John% James^ born 22 April 1848, married 1 Jan. 
1872 in Concord, N. H., Clara H. Safford, daughter of Will- 
iam B. Safford of Exeter, N. H. Res., Loweli, Mass. Ch. 

WilHam Henry b. 25 Feb. 1873; m. 30 Oct. 1896 
Lillian R. Nelson, age 20. 


Alice Clara b. 9 Feb. 1874; m. 2 Dec. 1896 George 
W. Willis of Newton Upper Falls, Mass. 

Walter Safford b. 5 May 1877; m. 26 Dec. 1904 
Caroline Donaldson of Springfield, Ontario. 

Arthur b. 19 Aug. 1878; d. 30 Aug. 1879. 

Charles Henry b. 19 Oct. 1883; m. 16 June 1908 
Beatrice Flower Lowery. 

Joseph A. Stackpole (Charles P.% Joseph% Andrew*, 
John3, John-, JamesO, born in Biddeford, Me., 15 Oct. 1852, 
married (1) Cora Felker, (2) 31 May 1881, Mary C. Allan, 
born at Corinna, Me., 21 Dec. 1855. One dau. by first mar- 

Phila E. b. 1876 ; m. 7 Feb. 1894, Edward Cole of 
Biddeford. Ch. 

Alice Vivian Cole b. 30 Dec. 1900. 
Children by second marriage 
Charles A. b. 4 May 1882 ; m. 15 June 1907 Alice 
G. Wilkins and has ch. 
Eleanor F. b. 13 Jan. 1909. 
Jean Alice b. 2 Oct. 1914. 
Edith C. b. 31 March 1892. 

Irwin Cecil Stackpole (Charles P.^ Joseph^ Andrew*, 
John3, John-, JamesO, born in Biddeford, Me., 9 Feb. 1860, 
married, 4 Jan. 1883, Aima E. Foss of Biddeford, Me., born 
13 Nov. 1861. He died at Augusta, Me., 13 Feb. 1912. 

Cecil Thomas b. 10 July 1885; m. 12 Jan. 1914, 
Eva Helen Bartlett. 

Thomas B. b. in Portsmouth, N. H., 28 Jail 

1915; d. 31 Jan. 1915. 
Rena M. b. Portsmouth, N. H., 11 March 1916; 
a. 25 May 1916. 
Rena Murle b. 4 July 1887 ; d. 7 May 1892. 
Helen May b. 13 July 1889. 
Murle Marion b. 21 Sept. 1892; m. 25 Dec. 1915, 
Cecil E. Hodgdon. 

Olive Stackpole (Charles P.% Joseph^ Andrew*, John^, 
John-, James^, born in Biddeford, Me., 16 Arpil 1864, mar- 


ried Ernest P. Foss of Biddeford. She died 21 April 1895. 

Roy E. Foss b. 19 May 1883. 
Ralph C. Foss b. 27 Feb. 1885. 
Edna E. Foss b. 3 March 1887. 

George Blair Stackpole (George W.®, Joseph% Joseph Y.*, 
John^, John^ JamesO, born in Augusta, Me., 20 June 1871, 
married, 14 June 1899, Mabel Sophia Trefethen, born 9 Aug. 
1872. He is a druggist. Residence, Augusta, Me. First 
five children born in Taunton, Mass. 

Louise Evelyn b. 22 Sept. 1900. 

Mary Gertrude b. 8 Dec. 1901. 

George Trefethen b. 3 Oct. 1903. 

Wallace Blair b. 8 Aug. 1905. 

Helen Locady b. 4 July 1906; d. 22 Sept. 1906. 

Ethel Elizabeth b. 2 July 1907 in Fitchburg, Mass. 

Charles William b. 31 July 1910 in Dorchester, 

Eugene Francis b. 27 Aug. 1912 in Somerville, 


Eugene Brickett Stackpole (George W.% Joseph% Joseph 
Y.*, John3, John^ James^, born in Augusta, Me., 1 Jan. 
1874, married 19 June 1907, Miss Stella Ann Faught, at 
Sidney, Me., daughter of Albert and Annie Isabel (Smiley). 
He is a farmer on the homestead at Church Hill, Augusta, 
Me. 3 ch. 

Mildred Frances b. 7 March 1908. 

Robert Eugene b. 19 Sept. 1909. 

Ella Margaret b. 21 Feb. 1912. 

Alexander Stackpole (Alexander% Douglass% Samuel*, 
Joshua^, Philips JamesO, born in Haverhill, Mass., 28 March 
1828, married, 10 Aug. 1853 Rhoda Whittier, daughter of 
William and Nancy, born 23 April 1834. He lived in Haver- 
hill and died there 23 Sept. 1908. Two ch. 

Abbie b. 23 Oct. 1857; m. Charles H. Graham of 
Haverhill, b. 19 Sept. 1855 in Rochester, N. H. 
She d. 20 May 1898. Three ch. 


William Henry Graham b. 18 April 1884; m. 

9 April 1907 Rebecca Snee. 
Alice Rhoda Graham b. 30 Sept. 1889. 
Harry Graham b. 9 May 1898. 
Florence Emma b. 20 June 1859 ; m. 1 May 1883 
Charles L. Gerry of Haverhill, b. 27 Nov. 1857 
in Auburn, N. H. He d. 18 Nov. 1906. Two 
Esther May Gerry b. 11 May 1884; m. 30 Oct. 

1907 Ralph F. Priest. 
Charles L. Gerry b. 21 April 1893. 


Andrew S. Stackpole (Alexander^, Douglass^ Samuel*, 
Joshua^, Philip-, James^ born 14 March 1832, in Salisbury, 
Mass., married, 29 April 1855, Mary Jane Chase, daughter 
of Benjamin and Ann P. He died 13 Feb. 1916. She d. 
17 Feb. 1920. 

Charles S. b. 22 Feb. 1856 ; m. 10 June 1877 Emma 
Estelle Bean. He lives in the Bradford Dis- 
trict of Haverhill, Mass. 
Horace Warren b. 11 June 1879; m. 30 March 

1910 Clara B. Gocha. Ch. 

Geraldine Farrah b. 30 Dec. 1910; d. 6 May 

Kenneth DeWayne b. 28 Feb. 1915. 
Alice May b. 4 Dec. 1881 ; d. 23 Nov. 1887. 
Ralph Roscoe b. 27 May 1883; m. 23 Sept. 

1908, Mabel M. McKay. 
Leva Leora b. 28 Sept. 1885 ; m. 22 Sept. 1907 

Charles P. Malbon. Ch. 

Clifford Bradbury Malbon b. 23 Aug-. 1908. 

Richard Gordon Malbon b. 13 Sept. 1910. 

Stanley Preston Malbon b. 17 Sept. 1912. 

David Russell Malbon b. 12 July 1917. 

Paul Carleton Malbon b. 25 May 1919. 
Abbie May b. 17 March 1859 ; d. 4 Oct. 1860. 
Annie Eliza b. 18 Jan. 1861. 

Thomas W. Stackpole (Joseph^, Douglass% Samuel*, 
Joshua^ , Philip^, JamesO born 23 Sept. 1831, married 27 


Jan. 1852, Caroline, daughter of Anthony and Harriett 
(Haskell) Knapp of Newburyport, Mass. He has lived in 
Alameda and Eldridge, Cal. Ch. 

Frank W. died 11 Sept. 1858, aged 1 yr. 2 mos. 

Thomas W. lived with his father. 

Fannie L. m. Nathaniel Marshall of Los Angeles, 

Calif. Ch. 

Kenneth and Fred. 

Greenleaf Stackpole (Greenleaf% Dougla3s% Samuel*, 
Joshua^, Philips JamesO, born in Ellsworth, Me., 12 July 
1833, married, 22 Nov. 1855, Malinda, daughter of Jubal 
and Malinda (Atwood) Rice of Ellsworth, who was born 6 
July 1837 in Hampden, Me., and died 29 Dec. 1891 in Cot- 
tage City, Mass. He died 13 Jan. 1881 in Brooklyn, N. Y. 

One son 

Henry Wilmur b. 26 Oct. 1856 in Ellsworth. 
Reared in Newark and Elizabeth, N. J. Grad- 
uated at Columbia Law School, 1877. Ad- 
mitted to the bar in N. Y., 25 Oct. 1877. Has 
practiced law at Manhattan and at Clay Cen- 
ter, Kansas. Has been Police Judge and J. P. 
He m. 1 May 1884, at Elizabeth, N. J., Electa 
Ann, dau. of Marsh M. and Mary E. (Fox) 
Foster, b. 29 Dec. 1856 in Elizabeth. Res., 
Clay Center, Kansas. No ch 

Sharrington P. Stackpole (Greenleaf% Douglass^ Sam- 
uel*, Joshua^ Phihp% James^, born 26 Jan. 1842, married, 
30 May 1866, Octavia Treworgy of Surry, Me. No ch. 
They adopted two. Soldier in the Civil War. Res., Ells- 
worth, Me. He died 29 Sept. 1915. 

Charles W. b. abt. 1869; m. 24 Dec. 1898 Minnie 
M. Gilbert of Trenton, Me., age then 19, dau. 
of Wilson and Amelia (Brown) Gilbert. Cb- 
Arthur Gilbert Stackpole b. 27 Sept. 1900 in 

Doris Ameha Stackpole b. 25 April 1905. 





Alexander Stackpole (Greenleaf% Douglass", Samuel*, 
Joshua3, Philip-, JamesO, born 13 Aug. 1844, married (1) 
Mary D. Witham of Surry, Me., (2) Augusta Caspar of 
Surry. Soldier in the Civil War. He died 27 Dec. 1894. 
Two ch. by first marriage 

Clara b. 23 May 1869 ; m. Hiram Blodgett of Cas- 
tine, Me. 

Charles C. b. and d. 1873. 

Two ch. by second marriage 

Nancy b. 3 Jan. 1879. 

Cecil b. 15 April 1880 ; d. 26 Sept. 1901. 


Joseph A. Stackpole (Greenleaf% Douglass% Samuel*, 

Joshua^ Philip-, JamesO, born 24 May 1851 in Ellsworth, 
Me., married, 22 Jan. 1875, Eliza Caspar of Surry, Me. 
Res., Ellsworth, Me. 

Irving A. b. 21 Nov. 1875; m. Ella C. Fuller 23 
Sept. 1908, dau. of Charles F. and Susan A. 
(Mills). Several children. 
Nancy b. 23 April 1881. 

Charles Harper Stackpole (John D.% Douglass% Samuel*, 
Joshua^, Philip-, JamesO, born 9 Sept. 1835 in Boscawen 
or Hill, N. H., married 2 Nov. 1870, Ann Eliza Black, at 
Jacksonville, Oregon. She was born at Oquaca, 111., in 
1843. Res., Coupeville, Wash. Deceased. Ch. 

Fred Ralph b. 23 Aug. 1871 in Seattle, Wash.; 

Res., Monroe, Wash. 
May Bernice b. 15 July 1874; m. 27 April 1897 

Luther E. Bradbury. 

Myrtle Bradbury b. 1898. 
George Miller b. 9 March 1876 at Snoqualmie 

River, Wash. Res., Monroe, Wash. 
Wesley Addison b. 3 March 1882 at Snoqualmie 

River, Wash. Res., Monroe, Wash. 

John Page Stackpole (John D.«, Douglass^ Samuel*, 
Joshua^, Philip^, James^), bom 8 July 1840, married (1) 2 
March 1863, in Newburyport, Mass., Abbie C. Rogers, who 


was born in Byfield, Mass., and died in Webster, N. H. 13 
Sept. 1863, aged 27 years. He married (2) Feb. 1867, 
Almena J. Galley, who was born 9 Oct. 1839 and d. 21 May 
1897. He died 9 March 1875. Son 

Lee John b. 7 July 1870 in Sanbornton, N. H. ; m. 
24 Oct. 1891 Lola Helen Call, b. 6 April 1872. 
Res., Franklin, N. H. Two ch. 
Helen Mary b. 31 Jan. 1894. 
Marion Josephine b. 14 July 1900. 

George Dallas Stackpole (John D.% Douglass", Samuel*, 
Joshua^, Philip-, James^), born 17 June 1842 in West Bos- 
cawen, N. H. (now Webster). Graduated at Elmwood Lit- 
erary Institute, Boscawen, in 1862, and was one year in 
Dartmouth College. Taught from 1859 to 1866. He mar- 
ried, 1 Feb. 1871 Celeste Jane Knox, born in Sanbornton, 
N. H., 1 Dec. 1842. Moved to Portland, Oregon, where he 
died 23 Dec. 1902. Two ch. 

Florence May b. 19 Oct. 1875. 

Marion Knox b. 23 June 1877 ; m. 14 March 1906, 

John Proctor of N. Y. City. Ch. 

Celeste Knox Proctor b. 6 Sept. 1909. 

Margaret Law Proctor b. 24 Dec. 1910. 

Ruth Marion Proctor b. 2 May 1917. 

Lydia Louisa Lockwood Lang (Ann Almira®, Thomas^ 
Lieut. Samuel*, Joshua^, Philip^, JamesO bom 25 Feb. 1822, 
died 28 Feb. 1895. She married, 1 July 1845, Charles Os- 
borne, son of John and Eliza (Allen) Osborne of N. Smith- 
iield, R. I. He was a manufacturer and accountant at Vas- 
salboro. Me., born 25 Oct. 1818, died 19 April 1891. Chil- 
dren were 

Sarah Lang Osborne b. 3 July 1847; d. 28 March 

Eliza Allen Osborne b. 16 June 1849; d. 2 Sept. 

Eliza Elmira Osborne b. 25 June 1851 ; m. 5 Dec. 

1876, Asa S. Low of Vassalboro, Me., d. s. p. 29 

Dec. 1877. 



John Lang Osborne b. 28 Jan. 1853; m. 14 Dec. 
1882, at Manchester, Me., Jennie, dau. of 
Josiah W. and Susan (Gamble) Abbott, who 
was b. 17 Dec. 1858. Both Hving at Man- 
Chester. No ch. 
Harriet Louise Osborne b. 3 Dec. 1857; m. (1) 
1 Nov. 1881 Harry T. Drummond of Winslow, 
Me., farmer, (2) 18 June 1894, Frank C. Now- 
ell of Boston, salesman, b. 21 Jan. 1857 at Bos- 
ton. No ch. 

Theodate Stackpole Lang (Ann Elmira (Stackpole) 
Lang, (Thomas"', Samuel*, Joshua^, Philip-, JamesO, bom 
2 Feb. 1833 ; married, 1 Oct. 1856 Joshua L. Baily, born 27 
June 1826. She died 25 Nov. 1886. Res., Phil., Pa. He 
died 6 Dec. 1916. 5 ch. 

Frederick Lang Baily b. 30 Oct. 1857 ; m. 10 April 

1884 Caroline Atlee Corhes b. 12 May 1861. 

Four ch. 
Albert Lang Baily b. 22 June 1859; m. 2 April 

1888 Eliza Montell Lycett, b. 12 March 1859. 

Two ch., Joshua L. and Albert L. 
William Lloyd Baily b. 26 Dec. 1861 ; m. 27 April 

1893 Sarah S. Boyd, b. 11 June 1872. Two ch. 
Charles Winter Baily b. 1 Dec. 1866 ; m. 23 April 

1892 Lydia Hunn Wood, b. 23 March 1867. 

Ch., Mary Wood Baily, b. 12 July 1896, m. 27 

Jan. 1917, Benj. H. B. Coons, and Charles 

Frederick Baily b. 27 Aug- 1902. 
Henry Paul Baily b. 3 Sept. 1868 ; m. 7 Sept. 1893 

Anna Correy Smith, b. 10 Oct. 1868. 2 ch., 

Frances W. and Theodore L. 

Thomas Stackpole (Peter M.% Thomas^ Samuel*, Joshua^, 
Philip-, James'), b. 2 Jan. 1830 at Vassalboro, Me., married, 
6 Jan. 1864 Frances C. Buckius of Canton, Ohio, bom in 
Paris, Stark County, Ohio, 31 March 1838. Soldier in the 
Civil War. Res., Athens, Tenn. 

Ralph Dow b. 1 Aug. 1875 in Cleveland, 0. 


Edward Southwick Stackpole (Peter M.% Thomas% Sam- 
uel*, Joshua^, Philips, JamesO, born 27 Oct. 1834, married 


(1) at Bangor, Me., 27 Oct. 1858, Adelaide Frances Brown 
of Vassalboro, Me. She and two children were lost at sea 
on the steamer, "Brother Jonathan", off the coast of Cali- 
fornia, 31 July 1865. He married (2) 5 May 1872, Mary 
Ann McKinstry of Deer Lodge, Montana, who was born 20 
Dec. 1848 at Mt. Carmel, Ind. Present residence, Ketch- 
ikan, Alaska. 

Mary Ada b. 15 March 1860 ; lost at sea 31 July 

Sarah Brown b. 18 Dec. 1864; lost at sea 31 July 

Edward Thomas b. 8 Feb. 1875 ; d. 2 Oct. 1875. 

Morrill Dow b. 26 March 1876. Graduated at Col- 
lege of Montana in 1895. Mining Engineer. 
Res., Cedral, San Luis Potosi, Mexico. 

Mary Harvey b. 13 Dec. 1877 in Deer Lodge ; m. 4 
Sept. 1901, Charles Edwin Youlden of Butte, 
Montana, where they reside at 1901 Garrison 
Avenue. Lie is a wholesale merchant. 5 ch. 
b. in Butte. 

Charles Stackpole Youlden b. 18 May 1902. 
Mary Martha Youlden b. 24 Oct. 1903. 
Edward Thomas Youlden b. 9 Dec. 1906. 
Harriett Beatrice Youlden b. 4 Nov. 1907. 
William Albert Youlden b. 25 July 1912. 

Jessie Myra b. 24 June 1879 in Deer Lodge ; m. 11 
July 1907, in Ketchikan, Alaska, Frank Ses- 
sions Shelton. Res., Wenatchee, Wash. He 
is a fruit buyer. 2 ch. 
Edward Stackpole Shelton b. 21 Aug. 1910 in 

Vancouver, British Columbia. 
Myra Dow Shelton b. 18 Oct. 1915 in Seattle, 

Theodate Frances b. 2 March 1883; m. 28 Aug. 
1906, in Ketchikan, Alaska, Robert Beals Fitz- 
Randolph of Plainfield, N. J. He is a dairy 
farmer at Ardencraig Farm, Grants Pass, Ore- 
gon. 3 ch. 
Theodate Stackpole Randolph b. 27 Oct. 1907 

in Hadley, Alaska. 
Elizabeth Stackpole Randolph b. 30 April 1909 

in Hugo, Oregon. 
Nathan Edward Randolph b. 30 Nov. 1916 at 

Grants Pass, Oregon. 


Harvey McKinstry b. 15 Feb. 1886 in Deer Lodge ; 
m. 5 Oct. 1910, at Eugene, Oregon, Florence 
De Bar. Insurance agent and broker in 
Ketchikan, Alaska. Member of Home Guard 
and active in war work. 2 ch. 
Edward South wick Stackpole 2nd b. 10 Aug. 

Harvey De Bar Stackpole b. 17 May 1914. 


Edward Cobb Pope (Theodate (Stackpole) Pope, Thom- 
as% Samuel, Joshua^, Philip-, JamesO, born 22 Jan. 1836, 
married, 8 Oct. 1863 Mary E. Riley. She was b. 17 March 
1841. They lived in Cleveland, Ohio. He died 12 Dec. 
1902. She died 16 May 1904. Ch. 

Frank Alton Pope b. in Salem, 0. 3 May 1865 ; m. 
Blanche Arnold. Son 

Edward Arnold Pope b. 18 April 1890. See 
Military Record. 

Frank Alton Pope m. (2) Louise Ervin 28 Dec. 

1899, and had son 

Ervin Charles Pope b. 13 June 1901. 
Charles Edward Pope b. 13 May 1867 ; m. 16 June 

1903 Mary Carver, b. 24 May 1876. Son 

Conrad Carver Pope b. 12 April 1904. 

Louise Pope b. 7 Sept. 1869 ; m. 2 Oct. 1901 Homer 
H. Johnson. Ch. 
Jeannette Johnson b. 26 July 1902. 
Alfred Johnson b. 18 June 1903; d. 9 June 

Philip C. Johnson b. 8 July 1906. 
Theodate Johnson b. 13 Aug. 1907. 

Helen Pope b. 30 July 1873 ; m. 5 Feb. 1895 Charles 
H. Stanley. Ch. 

Mary Louise Stanley b. 16 Jan. 1897; d. 30 
Jan. 1897. 
Joseph Stanley b. 25 March 1898. 
Helen Virginia Stanley b. 19 Dec. 1901. 
George Whitney Pope b. 16 Feb. 1875; m. 12 June 
1902 Nadine Simmons, b. 18 July 1879. Ch 
Mary Nadine Pope b. 6 April 1903. 
Flora Sargent Pope b. 21 Jan. 1907. 
Louise Pope b. 2 Feb. 1909. 


Annie Frances Stackpole (Thomas% SamueP, Samuel*, 
Joshua^, Philip-, JamesO, born in Dover, N. H., 9 Nov. 1850, 
married, 10 June 1874 Lieut. Edward Emerson Bradbury, 
U. S. N., who was born 24 Nov. 1845 in Boston, Mass. He 
served through the Civil War. Was in the battle of Vicks- 
burg and of Sabine Pass in 1862 and in the attacks on Fort 
Fisher in 1865, being in the assaulting party. For many 
years was on the board of assessors in Bradford and Haver- 
hill, Mass. He died 15 Feb. 1909. 3 ch. 

Frances Stackpole Bradbury b. 14 March 1875 in 
Portsmouth, N. H. ; m. 1 June 1901 James Her- 
bert Marble. 

Dorothy Bradbury b. 26 June 1886; d. 1 Jan. 1891 
in Bradford, Mass. 

Philip Bradbury b. 6 June 1891 in Bradford. 

Thomas Frank Stackpole (Thomas^ SamueP, Samuel*, 
Joshua^, Philip^ James^, born 11 Sept. 1852, married, 4 
March 1873 Sarah Elizabeth Sides, born 12 Nov. 1851 in 
Portsmouth, N. H. He died at Bradford, Mass., in 1898. 
Three ch. 

Charles Thomas b. 30 Sept. 1874 ; m. 4 Sept. 1897 
Emma May Entwistle, b. 1879 in Lewiston, 
Me. (2) 8 June 1904, in Newburyport, Lucy E. 
Sinclair, dau. of Duncan and Mary (McGlinch- 
ey) Sinclair, b. in New Brunswick, who d. 4 
May 1910, aged 28-8-23; m. (3) 1 Nov. 1911 
Mrs. Ethel Pomeroy, sister of his second wife. 
One child by first marriage. 
Frank W. b. 7 March 1898; m. 30 Jan. 1920 
Mary E. Reid of Salem, Mass. 

Bertha b. 14 Sept. 1875 ; d. 8 April 1878. 

Joseph Sides b. 15 Feb. 1878; m. 1 Oct. 1900, 
Edith C. Johnson of Kittery, Me. 
Philip Jackson b. in Portsmouth 12 Feb. 1901. 
Joseph Paul b. in York, Me., 6 Jan. 1902, legal- 
ly adopted by Sarah A. Richardson of Kittery 
29 Aug. 1907. 
Son b. in Kittery 19 Jan. 1903. 


Eliza Ann Stackpole (Augustus", Leonard-', Joshua*, 
Joshua^, Philip-', JamesO, born 13 May 1829, married, 4 
Oct. 1845, Gowen W. Johnson, born in Eliot, Me., 12 Oct. 
1817. She died 22 March 1851. Ch. 

Sarah Ann Johnson b. 22 Oct. 1846; m. (1) Ben- 
jamin E. Seaward and had a son, Charles Wes- 
ley Seaward, (2) H. W. Trefethen of Kittery, 

Wm. Augustus Johnson b. 6 Aug. 1848. Res., 
Clinton, Mass. 

Gowen Wesley Johnson b. 12 March 1851. Res., 
Dinuba, Tulare County, Cal. 

Jennie E. Johnson, twin to Gowen W. ; m. 18 Nov. 

1870, Rufus P. Boynton, (2) Sawyer. 

Res., Clinton, Mass. 

Andrew J. Stackpole (Augustus% Leonard^ Joshua*, 
Joshua^, Philip^, JamesO born 3 Dec. 1832, married (1) 16 
March 1853 May A. White, born 8 Jan. 1833. She died at 
Lynn, Mass., 22 Nov. 1899. He married (2) at Nashua, 
N. H., 3 July 1905 Mrs. Phebe H. Holt, dau. of David and 
Lenna (Butler) Roby. He died 6 Feb. 1915 at the National 
Soldiers' Home, Augusta, Me. His widow d. 19 Nov. 1915 
aged 76-2-22. 

Lillian, died young. 
Estelle, died young. 

Emma m. (1) Joseph Goodwin, (2) 

Nora m. James Wieme. 

Anna J. b 1856 ; m. 8 Feb. 1877 in Boston, Mass., 
Benjamin Stacey ; d. at Lynn. 

George K. Stackpole (Augustus**, Leonard^ Joshua*, 
Joshua^, Philip^, JamesO born in Dover, N. H., 5 Aug. 1836, 
married (1) 15 Oct. 1859, Melissa Andrews, (2) 31 May 
1879 Julia A. Florence. Soldier in the Civil War. Res., 
East Saugus, Mass. He died 2 March 1911. 

Carrie B. b 22 Nov. 1860. 



Helen Augusta Stackpole (George% Joshua^ Joshua*, 
Joshua^, Philip-, James^, born 20 Feb. 1838, married Josiah 
Grover, who was born 21 May 1834 in York, Me., and died 
21 June 1892 in Portsmouth, N. H. She died 10 March 
1919. 9 ch. 

John Howard Grover b. 9 April 1855 ; m. Mary H. 
Gove; d. 10 April 1920. 

George William Grover b. 9 Jan. 1857 m. . 

Ch., Roy M. Grover b. 18 or 19 Sept. 1885 ; d. 
17 April 1920; and Helen, who m. George 

Albert Edward Grover b. 24 Aug. 1859. 

Charles Edgar Grover b. 28 Jan. 1861; m. Clara 

. Res., Portsmouth. Ch., Edgar who m. 

and had ch., Kenneth and Robert b. 11 Nov, 
1912; Hazel who m. 10 Nov. 1915 Ernest R. 
Emery and had dau., Priscilla Emery b. 4 
March 1918; and Paul who m. and had ch., 
Rogers Grover b. 4 Feb. 1910 and Clayton 
Grover b. 27 March 1911. 

Mary Augusta Grover b. 22 April 1862; m. Will- 
iam S. Blair of Providence, R. I. Ch., Harry, 
Helen, William and Isabel. 

Joseph Warren Grover b. 25 March 1864; m. (1) 
Susie Ida Derning, (2) Nov. 1888, Annie Foster 
Gates. He d. 9 May 1889. Ch., by first mar- 
riage, George Robert Grover b. 9 Sept. 1884, 
who m. Margaret Cannon and had ch., Ida 
Grover b. 24 July 1908, Elmer James Grover 
b. 23 Oct. 1909, Melvin George Grover b. 14 
March 1914. Child by second marriage, Jean- 
nette Marguerite Grover b. 13 Sept. 1889. 

Frank Herbert Grover b. 19 April 1866 ; m. Flora 
Warburton; d. 1918. One son, Kenneth Grov- 

Henry Clifford Grover b. 29 Dec. 1868. Deceased. 

Freddie Balch Grover b. 27 June 1872 ; d. 24 March 

George E. Stackpole (George% Joshua^ Joshua*, Joshua^, 
Philips JamesO, born in Portsmouth, N. H., 25 April 1840; 


married, 22 Jan. 1867 Margaret E. Haher of Portsmouth. 
Two children 

Charles H. b. 10 Aug. 1870 ; d. 12 Aug. 1897. 

Harry Everett b. 23 Aug. 1874. Portsmouth, N. 
H. Inspector in the Navy Yard. 

Albert Oscar Stackpole (William F.\ Joshua', Joshua*, 
Joshua^, Philip-, JamesO, born in Portsmouth, N. H., 29 
March 1845, married, 1871, Amanda Metzler, born 26 Dec. 
1848. He lived in Dixon, 111. He died 15 March 1898. He 
was a soldier in the Civil War. 

Hattie May b. 20 Sept. 1871; m. 13 Feb. 1893 

Oscar E. Johnson who d. 13 Feb. 1917 and has 


Annie Elizabeth Johnson b. 10 Feb. 1894; m. 
22 Dec. 1915, Wm. F. Castle. Son 
Vernon Roger Castle b. 14 Sept. 1916. 

William Albert Johnson b. 24 Nov. 1895. 

Joseph Edgar Johnson b. 3 May 1901. 

George Eugene Johnson b. 7 Dec. 1904. 
Joseph B. b. in Dixon, 111., 18 June 1873; m. 

Thanksgiving Day 1894, Mary Alice Swartz of 

Harmon, 111. Res., Upper Sandusky, Ohio. 


Gladys b. 9 Sept. 1895 ; d. 4 Nov. 1900. 

Gerald b. 15 Nov. 1901, 

Lester b. 28 July 1904. 
George L. b. 19 Aug. 1878; m. Nov. 1908, Violet 

Mealy of Indianapolis, Ind. 

Florence 0. Stackpole (William F.% Joshua^ Joshua*, 
Joshua^, Philip^ JamesO, born in Palmyra, 111., 28 July 1851, 
married (1) Alonzo Morgan, (2) Anson Hoisington. Three 

Mabelle Morgan b. 1874 ; m. 19 Aug. 1897 Clinton 
Senneff. Res., Schell City, Mo. 
Myrtle J. Senneff b. 15 May 1899. 
Edward N. Senneff b. 8 June 1901. 
Bessie Violet Senneff b. 30 Jan. 1904. 

Bessie Morgan b. 1876; m. 15 April 1903 Chris- 
topher Kelly. L in Meridan, Miss. 

Frank Hoisington b. 1882. 


Alice E. Stackpole (William F.% Joshua% Joshua*, 
Joshua^, Philip-, James^) born 22 March 1853 in Dixon, 111., 
married Henry L. Crosby of Chicago, b. 3 April 1849. 

Henry Crosby b. 11 June 1876; m. Florence M. 

Pike. Ch., Henry C, Irwin, Clarence and 

Bergetto A. 
Frank F. Crosby b. 2 Jan. 1882; m. 2 June 1906, 

Maud V. Fulmer. Res., Chicago. 

Clarence Howard Stackpole (William F.% Joshua^ 
Joshua*, Joshua^, Philip^ James^, born 5 Jan. 1859 in 
Dixon, 111., married, 1 Dec. 1881, Maria P. Spiller of Bridge- 
water, N. H. He was business manager of the Evening 
Telegraph, Dixon, 111. 

Howard A. b. 18 Sept. 1891. 
Florence B. b. 22 Nov. 1895. 

Simon Stackpole (Edmond% Edmond% Charles*, Joshua^ 
Philip^, JamesO, born 6 Oct. 1832 in Sanford, Me., married, 
13 Dec. 1857, at Lowell, Mass., Caroline Crummett, dau. of 
Samuel and Eliza, born 23 March 1837 in Calais, Me. He 
was a painter and lived at Sanford, Me. He died 9 Feb. 
1905. She died 26 July 1907. 

Fred E. b. 30 Oct. 1859 ; m. Nov. 1887 Kate Downs. 
Res., Sanford, Me. 

George L. C. b 29 May 1862 ; m. 7 Oct. 1883 Jose- 
phine F. Spinney in Sanford. She d. 11 July 
1900. He m. (2) 9 Sept. 1902, Maude E. 
Spinney, who died 23 Nov. 1908. Ch. 
Azuba C. b. 6 Feb. 1885. 
Gladys G. b. 22 Nov. 1887; m. 21 Feb. 1911, 
Edward W. Morton. 

Miner R. b. 12 July 1889 ; m. 6 July 1918, Ruth 

Baxter of Warren, Me. 

Miner Baxter b. 7 Aug. 1920. 
Beulah E. b. 22 Feb. 1891. 


Leroy E. b. 25 Feb. 1893; m. 7 Feb. 1917, 
Emily Harrison of Sanford, Me. Son 
Leioy Eaiie b. 24 Dec. 1917. 

Kenneth b. 9 July 1899. 


William A. Stackpole (Edmond«, Edmond'', CharlesS 
Joshua^ Philip-, JamesO,born 9 Arpil 1838 in Sanford, Me., 
married, 12 Jan. 1863 Orianna A. Bennett, born 9 Oct. 1845 
at Alfred, Me. He died 12 June 1911. He was a barber at 
Sanford, Me. His widow died 16 Dec. 1918. 

Minnie M. b 19 Nov. 1863 ; m. 18 Sept. 1883, A. E. 

Garnsey of Sanford, (2) 10 April 1913 Austin 

G. Perkins of Sanford. Dau. 

Alice Garnsey b. 9 March 1891; m. 25 Nov. 
1919 George A. Field Jr. of Sanford. 
George Edmond b. 25 Nov. 1865 ; m. 17 Feb. 1892, 

Lillian F. Berry of Burnham, Me. 
Bertha b. 25 Aug. 1867 ; m. 6 Aug. 1884, Albert 

W. Powell of Lawrence, Mass. He d. 16 Feb. 

1895. She m. (2) 10 June 1895 George E. 

Hall. Res., 259 Westville St., Dorchester, 

Mass. Ch. 

Beatrice R. Powell b. 24 Dec. 1886 ; m. 11 Nov. 
1908 Alton Swift Frost. 

Dustin Augustus Hall b. 18 Feb. 1908. 
Charles A. b. 28 June 1871; m. 3 Dec. 1892, at 

Somersworth, N. H., Minnie Clark of Stillwater, 

Me. Res., Sanford, Me. He m. (2) 28 Dec. 

1905, Lena F. Muchmore, dau. of Joseph and 

Nellie (Trafton), of Sanford. 

Amanda M. Stackpole (William% Edmond% Charles*, 
Joshua^, Philip-, JamesO, born 26 Jan. 1832 in Parsons- 
field, Me., married, 15 May 1851 James H. Goodwin of Den- 
mark, Me. He lived at Bridgton, Me., as a carpenter and 
farmer, and died there 13 July 1890. In the Civil War he 
was a member of the 4th Maine Battery. She died 7 May 
1906 at Bridgton. 

Luella I. Goodwin b. 2 March 1855; she and her 
sister Emma were drowned, 15 July 1867 in 
Highland Lake, Bridgton, Me. 


Emm A. Goodwin b. 13 Oct. 1858. 

Edwin E. Goodwin b. 15 March 1862; d. 4 May 

Carrie E. Goodwin b. 30 April 1866; m. 25 Dec. 

1886 Edwin Weymouth of Bridgton. 
Mabel Goodwin b. 3 Feb. 1869 ; d. 3 May 1896. 
Willis H. Goodwin b. 28 July 1872. 
Lilla Elva Goodwin b. 24 Dec. 1875; d. 14 April 

Myrtice F. Goodwin b. 24 April 1877; m. 1 Dec. 

1894 Almon L. Hoyt of Bridgton, Me. 

Melville M. Stackpole (William% Edmond% CharlesS 
Joshua^ Philip-, JamesO born 3 July 1834 in Parsonsfield, 
Me., married (1) 8 Jan. 1855 Lamira Cotton of Biddeford, 
Me., who died 16 Feb. 1864, (2) 10 March 1865, Julia Clark 
of Biddeford, who died 3 April 1896, aged 61-10-6, daughter 
of Abiathar and Harriet. He died at Dorchester, Mass., 
14 July 1887. He was a machinist. 3 ch. by each mar- 

Ada A. b. 3 June 1855 ; m. 6 Apr. 1875 Edward H. 
Gilman of Saco, Me. Ch. William A., Arthur 

E. and Ruth W. Gilman. 

John C. b. 13 Feb. 1858 ; m. 5 Sept. 1880 Hattie A. 
Pike. He was killed in a railroad accident 31 
Aug. 1893. Two ch. 
Grace Lamira b. 20 April 1881. 
Lotta May b. 3 Aug. 1887. 
Charles 0. b. 15 Jan. 1860; m. 11 March 1881, 
Emma L. Griggs. He d. 23 June 1910. She d. 
24 March 1910. He was a moulder. 3 ch. 
Lillian Estelle b. 22 May 1880; m. Charles B. 
Craig of Manchester, N. H. Ch. 
Irene Stella Craig b. 6 Dec. 1901 ; d. 4 Jan. 

Mattie Ella Craig b. 21 May 1903. 
Newell Bertram Craig b. 6 Sept. 1905. 
Emma Bertha b. 13 June 1882. 
Charhe Henry b. 8 Nov. 1884; d. 19 July 1887. 
MilHe F. b. 10 Dec. 1867. 

Elizabeth M. b. 5 April 1872; m. 1 Jan. 1891 
Howard D. Mason. Ch. 

F. Pearl Mason b. 14 Dec. 1891. 


Ralph J. Mason b. 8 Oct. 1894. 
Blanche M. Mason b. 1 Nov. 1896. 
Mortimer b. 29 Jan. 1870; d. 6 Sept. 1896. 

William Stackpole (William^, Edmond% Charles*, Joshua^, 
Philip^ JamesO, born at Biddeford, Me., 1 Oct. 1851, mar- 
ried (1) 30 Sept. 1874 Lizzie Allen Thompson, daughter of 
Horace and Elizabeth (Allen). She was b. 12 Sept. 1854. 
She died 9 Jan. 1904. He married (2) 5 Oct. 1904, Datie 
M. Merrill, daughter of William and Phebe D. (Nason) . He 
was for many years Postmaster at Saco, Me., and was a 
prominent citizen and official in the city government, held 
in high esteem. He died 9 Dec. 1911. Ch. 

Fred Horace b. 23 April 1876; m. 30 Dec. 1896 

Etta May Ridlon. Ch. 

Fred Walter b. 19 Dec. 1898 ; m. 30 June 1919 
Arlene Lord Hutchins of Biddeford, Me. 

William Franklin b. 19 Sept. 1900. 

Kenneth Arthur b. 20 June 1911. 

Albert Wendall b. 8 Dec. 1914. 
William Howard b. 29 Oct. 1878; m. 21 Nov. 1901 

Josephine M. Lane, dau. of Samuel E. and Ella 

(Wakefield) Lane. Res., Saco, Me. Ch. 

Ruth Louise b. 1 Feb. 1903. 

Howard Thompson b. 25 Dec. 1904. 
Grace Isabel b. 24 Jan. 1883; d. 4 Nov. 1883. 
Lawrence Nurce b. 31 Aug. 1905. 
Melville Merrill b. 19 Jan. 1907. 
Amos Allen b. 19 June 1910. 

William Lord Stackpole (Orin% Edmonds Charles*, 
Joshua^, Phihp% JamesO, born 14 Dec. 1846, married, 15 
June 1875 Fredlina A. Burleigh, born 24 Oct. 1852 in Wake- 
field, N. H. Res., 16 E. High St., Newbury, Mass. 

Arthur Burleigh b. 6 July 1877 in Boston, Mass.; 
m. 21 Aug. 1901 at Kennebunkport, Me., Lucy 
Ella, dau. of William C. and Mary E. (Cruch) 

Harry Emil b. 12 Jan. 1879 ; d. 10 Feb. 1879. 


Howard Eugene b. 6 Dec. 1883 in Boston; m. 5 

Sept. 1906 Lotta P. Smith. 
Marion Chamberline b. 19 Jan. 1896 in Somerville, 


Mary A. Stackpole (Andrew N.% Joshua% Ebenezer*, 

Joshua^, Philip^ JamesO, born 8 Aug. 1827 in Dover, N. H., 
married, about 1849 James Hamilton Reed, his second wife. 
He was a teacher, editor, Assessor of Revenue under Presi- 
dent Grant, and one of the organizers of the Republican 
party in Ohio and Illinois. His wife died at Monmouth, 111., 
24 Nov. 1865. He married (3) Mrs. Luena (Macomber) 
Tucker, widow of a Baptist minister. He died at Mon- 
mouth, 12 Aug. 1874. Ch. 

Frank Hartwell Reed b. 24 Oct. 1851 ; d. 10 Dec. 

Mary Carolyn Reed b. 21 April 1853; m. 9 Feb. 

1877 Charles Warren Brooks. 

Ward Hamilton Brooks b. 18 Dec. 1878. 

Maud Carolyn Brooks b. 30 Nov. 1880. 
Camilla Reed b. 2 April 1856; m. 25 Dec. 1880 

Charles E. Weeks, government engineer at 

Cheyenne, Wyoming. 

Sarah Ivy Weeks b. 16 Oct. 1881 ; d. 25 Nov. 

Edwin Reed Weeks b. 4 Feb. 1884 at Denver, 

Roy Rudolph Weeks b. 22 Aug. 1887 at Omaha, 
May Reed b. 9 April ,1858 at Aledo, 1111 ; m. at 

Eldora, Iowa, 25 Nov. 1881, Thomas Hubbard 

Hollister; d. 14 Sept. 1885 at Waterloo, Iowa. 

Bertha Anita Hollister b. 8 Oct. 1893. 

May Lorette Hollister b. 12 June 1886 ; m. 0. E. 
Smith of Spirit Lake, Iowa. 
Effie Reed b. 24 Jan. 1860 at Aledo, 111. Teacher, 

Omaha, Neb. 
Ivy Reed b. 24 Jan. 1860. Teacher, Omaha, Neb. 
Ella Reed b. 18 Nov. 1861. Teacher, Omaha, Neb. 
Rodolphus Bard Reed b. 5 Sept. 1863 in Grundy 

County, Iowa; m. 11 April 1888 in San Diego, 

Cal., Etta S. Smith ; d. 8 June 1892. 
Catherine Martin Reed b. 2 April 1865 ; d. 22 Oct. 




Andrew J. Stackpole (Andrew N/, Joshua'*, Ebenezer*, 
Joshua^, Philip-, James') born 20 Sept. 1831; married, 28 
May 1861 Sarah Jennie Woodman, who died 24 April 1864, 
aged 28-11-14. He married (2) 15 July 1867 Abbie Mott. 
He was a member of the Suffolk bar in 1869. Went to 
Chicago about 1871 and practiced law. He died Aug. 1903, 
at Crystal Lake, Minn. Ch. 

Andrew J. b. in Boston, Mass., 15 Feb. 1868 ; per- 
ished in the San Francisco earthquake of 1906, 
as far as can be learned. 

Lorenzo Webster b. in Chicago 1 April 1875; liv- 
ing in 1906 at Pullman, 111. 


William Rogers Stackpole (Andrew N.% Joshua% Ebe- 
nezerS Joshua^, Phihp-, James^, born 14 July 1843, mar- 
ried, 17 March 1866, Olive A. Howes of Washington, Me., 
born about 1840. He died 2 Aug. 1896. Soldier in the 
Civil War. 

Jennie W. b. 13 Jan. 1867. Bradford, N. H. 
Herman Neal b. 22 May 1868; m. 14 June 1916 

Helen A. Salisbury of Milford, N. Y., where 

they reside. No ch. 

William Edgar b. 13 May 1869 ; m. 29 March 1899 

Anna F. Colby of Antrim, N. H., b. 17 April 

1872 in Bennington, N. H., dau. of George and 

Almira E. (Harriman) ; who d. at Nashua, N. 

H. 31 Oct. 1914. His residence is Bradford, 

N. H. One daughter 

Ruth b. 7 June 1903. 
Benjamin Howes b. 14 Feb. 1871 ; m. 5 June 1901 

Mildred A. Small of Winthrop, Me. Children 

b. at Winthrop. Res., West Bath, Me. 

Charles Steadman b. 18 April 1902. 

Carolyn Mildred b. 5 Nov. 1903. 

Philip Angier b. 14 Dec. 1906. 
Carrie May b. 14 May 1872 ; d. 7 May 1873. 
Robert Blake b. 23 Oct. 1875; m. 28 Nov. 1900 

Rosaline Marr of Cambridgeport, Mass. Res., 

Auburn, Me. 



Frank C. C. Stackpole (Moses% Ebenezer^ Tobias*, 

Joshua^, Philips, JamesO, born 8 April 1859, married, 1 

Sept. 1884, Mary Ann Kilborn, born 16 May 1863. Res., 

Somei'ville, Mass. 

Ethel Frances b. 30 June 1886. 
Mabel Gertrude b. 7 Jan. 1890. 
Frank Charles b. 6 Aug. 1892. 
Albert James b. 21 June 1897. 
Harold Joseph b. 20 June 1900. 
Irving Leo b. 17 July 1903. 


James Henry Stackpole ( James^, Aaron^ James*, James^, 

Philip^ JamesO, born 14 July 1834, probably in Belmont, 
Me., married 20 July 1867, at Boscabel, Wis., Elizabeth 
Webb. Res., Omaha, Neb. 

Beatrice b. 25 Dec. 1869 in Wis. ; m. C. D. Switzer 

of Bennington, Neb. 
Arthur J. b. 30 April 1871 in Wis. Res., Chicago, 

Belle C. b. 24 June 1873 in Iowa; m. 8 May 1891 

Charles Granden, Omaha, Neb, 

Leola B. Granden b. 16 Oct. 1892. 

Howard W. Granden b. 7 Dec. 1895. 
Blanche M. b. 19 July 1879 in Iowa. 

William C. C. Stackpole (James®, Aaron', James*, James^ 

Philip^ JamesO, born 25 May 1863 at Prairie du Chien, 

Wis., married, 1 Feb. 1885, Adelaide Bowers, born 24 Jan. 

1867 at Westport, N. Y. Res., Minneapolis, Minn. 

John R. b. 31 March 1887. 
Richard B. b. 15 Dec. 1888. 

Thomas Stackpole (William^ James% James*, James^, 
Philip^, JamesO, born 29 Sept. 1834 in Thomaston, Me., 
married 19 July 1866, Lucinda F. Harrison, born 19 Oct. 
1847. Res., Thomaston, Me. He died 13 April 1909. 

William Harrison b. 23 Feb. 1870 ; m. 21 May 1892 
Erdine L. Libby, b. in Warren, Me., 11 March 


1872, dau. of Ira and Keziah (Hyler) Libby. 
She d. 9 June 1900. He m. (2) 22 March 1901 
Geraldine J. Harding of Warren, Me. Ch. 
Ruth Emma b. 29 March 1896. 
Alice F. b. 9 Nov. 1897. 
Thomas W. b. 10 Sept. 1902. 
Donald Henry b. 16 Oct. 1903. 
Carrie Washburn b. 17 Feb. 1876. 


Elkanah Stackpole (William^ James'', James*, James^, 
Philip-, JamesO, born 29 Sept. 1835; m. 16 Nov. 1869, Mary 
P., dau. of John Y. and Deborah (Simonton) Stone, who 
was b. 4 July 1840, and died 6 Feb. 1908. Res., Thomaston, 
Me. He died 15 Aug. 1919. 

John Stone b. 16 Aug. 1870; m. 27 June 1915, 
Mrs. Catherine Fyler, dau. of F. Eugene and 
Martha (Waldo) Gilchrest b. abt. 1871. 

Emma Nichols b. 8 April 1873. 

Charles Elkanah b. 16 Feb. 1875 ; d. July 1880. 

Walter Thomas b. 5 Sept. 1880; m. 1 July 1911, 
Ella May Hastings, dau. of Charles and Carrie 
(Catland). They have a son 
Charles Eiiwin b. 28 Feb. 1916. 


Edwin F. Stackpole (SamueP, James% James*, James^ 
Philip-, JamesO, born in Thomaston, Me., about 1842, mar- 
ried, (1) in Lowell, Mass., 2 Aug. 1859, Mary A. P. Perkins, 
born about 1841, dau. of Warren and Mary, of Lowell, (2) 
17 April 1887, in Boston, Mass., Mary H. L. Janes, dau. of 
Frederick M. and Lucinda, (Flint). She was bom in Salem, 
Mass., and died at Mansfield, Mass., 25 Feb. 1904, aged 
61-2-27. He died at Easton, Mass., 24 June 1912, aged 
70-0-21. Ch. 

Margaret (or Mary) E. b. at Salem, Mass., 9 Nov. 
1860 ; m. 10 Jan. 1874 Augustus G. French, in 
Boston, Mass. 

Daughter b. at Marblehead, Mass., 8 March 1863. 



Frederic W. Stackpole (Harris% James% James*, James^ 
Philip-, JamesO born in Thomaston, Me., 28 April 1844, 
married (1) 19 June 1867, Abbie F. McCallum, who died 
29 Nov. 1870, (2) 13 July 1872 Sarah Elizabeth Tobey, 
daughter of William and Louise (Flint) Tobey, who was 
born in Thomaston 31 March 1848. They were married in 
Pembroke Chapel, West Derby, District of West Derby and 
Toxteth Park, County Lancaster, England, by the Rev. 
Hugh Stowell Brown. He was a sea-captain at the age of 
twenty and continued in that business twenty years. He 
became interested in family history by meeting some of the 
Stackpoles in Liverpool, Eng., and was the first who urged 
the publication of the Stackpole Genealogy. He became a 
banker at Washington, Kansas, and died there 18 April 1911. 
His widow died at Thomaston, Me., 6 March 1914. They 
had one son 

Frederic Tobey Stackpole b. in Thomaston 18 
Nov. 1874 ; m. 23 Jan. 1903, Hariett, dau. of J. 
G. Lowe of El Reno, Oklahoma, and had sons 
Joseph Frederic b. 14 April 1904, in Seattle, 

Frederic Tobey Stackpole, Jr., b. 23 Dec. 1908 

in El Reno, Oklahoma. 


Cyrus Freeman Stackpole (James H.^ Cornelius^ 
James^ James^, Philip-, James^), born at Calais, Me., 5 Dec. 
1856, married Mary A. Fisher. He was a contractor and 
lived at Bangor, Me. He died 2 Oct. 1918. Nine ch. 

Lillian Grace b. 1880; m. 14 June 1905, Alfred 

John Boivin, of Auburn, Me. 
Arthur Freeman, last heard of in S. America. 
George Louis b. ; m. Susan Dunbar and 1. in 

Bangor, Me. Ch. 



Caroline b. 18 June 1908. 

Jeannette b. 4 Nov. 1910. 

Ruth Eleanor b. 4 April 1912, d. 1 Nov. 1912. 
Gertrude, died young. 



Kathleen Irma b. abt. 1884; m. 11 Feb. 1906, Wall- 
ace Diplock of Augusta, Me. She d. Aug. 

1914. Son 

John Wallace Diplock. 
Mame b. ; m. Eugene Kennison, Providence, 

R. I. Ch. 

Mary Louise Kennison b. 10 June 1914. 
James Clyde b. abt. 1887 ; m. 26 Sept. 1906, Nellie 

T., dau. of George E. and Kate D. (Radder) 

Ellis. Res., Bangor, Me. 

Gerald Ellis Stackpole b. 6 Nov. 1909. 
Bessie, deceased. 
Frances Isabelle b. ; m. 10 May 1910 Fred 

Blanchard. Ch. 

Parker Edward Blanchard b. 3 Feb. 1914. 


Frank Elmer Stackpole (James H.^, Cornelius^ James*, 

James^, Philip-, JamesO born in Calais, Me., 22 April 1864, 

married, 28 Aug. 1888, Ada C. Holt, born 23 April 1862 in 

Bradford, Me. Res., Great Diamond Island, Portland, Me. 

Ethel Louise b. 24 Aug. 1889 ; d. 18 Jan. 1898. 

Hallie Ellen b. 12 June 1891 ; m. 6 Apr. 1912 Bert- 
ram Danforth; d. 4 March 1916. 

Clara Ella b. 4 Sept. 1892 ; m. 8 Nov. 1915, Wood 
0. Merrill. Ch. 
Ceha Fern Merrill b. 19 Dec. 1916. 

Frank Vernon b. 20 Dec. 1895. 

Irma Irene b. 31 Aug. 1897 ; m. James Ashf ord. 

Joseph Lewis Stackpole (Joseph L.% William^, William% 
James3, Philip-, James^, born in Boston, Mass., 20 March 
1838, graduated at Harvard in 1857 and at the Law School 
in 1859. Admitted to Suffolk bar 3 Sept. 1860. Capt. in 
the 24th Mass. Regt., 2 Sept. 1861 ; Major and Judge Advo- 
cate General 10 July 1863; Brevet Lieut-Col. 13 March 
1865 ; resigned 20 April 1865. Gen. Benjamin Butler, in his 
Autobiography, says of him on taking command of the De- 
partment, "Major J. L. Stackpole, the Judge Advocate Gen- 
eral of the Department of Virginia and North Carolina— 
I found one of the most competent officers that I have ever 


seen filling that position. He was faithful, diligent and 
a good lawyer, and he retained his position during my com- 
mand. He now pursues his profession in the city of Boston 
with the esteem of all who know him." (p. 697) 

March 15 1861, Motley writes to his mother thus, "I 
hear that Lewis Stackpole is one of the most rising young 
lawyers of the day, that he is very popular everywhere, 
thought to have great talents for his profession, great in- 
dustry, and that he is sure to succeed. You may well sui>- 
pose with how much delight we hear such accounts of him." 
(Correspondence Vol. I p. 364). He was first Assistant 
City Solicitor of Boston from 1870 to 1876, and U. S. Gen- 
eral Appraiser from Aug. to Dec. 1890. He contributed 
many articles to different Reviews, which show an intimate 
acquaintance with law and history. 

He married, 3 March 1863, at Cambridge, Mass., Martha 
Watson Parsons, b. 1840, daughter of William Parsons of 
Newburyport and granddaughter of Chief Justice Parsons. 
His residence was 292 Beacon Street, Boston, and his sum- 
mer home was at Mattapoisett, Mass. He died 2 Jan. 1904. 
She died in Boston 29 May 1919. 

Elizabeth Virginia b. 14 Jan. 1865; m. 26 Jan. 

1899 George Howland of N. Y. Married at 

Trinity Church, Boston, by Bishop Lawrence. 

He was made a Knight of the Legion of Honor 

by the French Republic and given the title of 

Citizen of Montrevil. 
Alice b. 6 June 1866. 
Joseph Lewis b. 1868; d. 1873. 
Joseph Lewis b. 16 Nov. 1874; Harvard 1895 and 

Law School 1898, cum laude. He m. 16 Oct. 

1899, at Trinity Church, Highland Park, 111., 

Katharine Whiteside Brown, dau. of Francis 

Coren Brown. He is a lawyer in Boston. 

They have ch. 

Joseph Lewis b. 20 July 1902. 

Elizabeth b. 22 July 1904. 

Richard b. 8 Sept. 1911. 

Henry Stackpole (Joseph L.«, William^ William*, James^, 
Philip-, JamesO, born in Boston, Mass., 10 June 1846, mar- 



ried, 17 July 1875, Bessie Value of Elizabeth, N. J. Banket 
in Boston. He died Dec. 1915. 

William b. 2 June 1877. Harvard 1898. He m. 

24 Sept. 1915, Florence Helen Williams. He 

resides in N. Y. 
Edith b. 8 Feb. 1880 ; m. 12 Sept. 1904, J. Harle- 

ston Parker. Harvard 1903. 
Priscilla b. 15 Nov. 1885 ; m. 1 Jan. 1910, Robert 

Grant, Jr. 
Henry b. 9 Sept. 1881 ; d. Aug. 1882. 
Susan Margaret b. 1 April 1889 ; m. 5 July 1916, 

George Chalmers Cutler, Jr. Harvard 1913. 
Grace b. 9 June 1891, 

Charles Henry Stackpole (Henry R.% Samuel 0.% John*, 
James^, Philip-, JamesO, bom 24 Nov. 1852 in Morristown, 
Vt., married, 8 March 1881, Eva A. Tabor, bom 5 Oct. 1858 
in East Montpelier, Vt. Farmer and salesman. Res., 
Montpelier, Vt. 

Henry Nathaniel b. 5 April 1883 at St. Albans, 
Vt. ; m. 19 April 1910, Bertha Inette Merrill of 
Manchester, N. H., dau. of Nicholas and Fan- 
nie (Dow). Res., Haverhill, Mass. Ch. 
Wendell Tabor b. 28 June 1915. 

Kate Cummings b. 24 Jan. 1886 at Montpelier, 
Vt. ; m. 10 June 1912, George E. Carter, who d. 
3 Jan. 1918. 1 ch. 
Marguerite Hope Carter b. 14 July 1914. 

Frank Everett b. 28 June 1890. 

Charles Harry Tabor b. 19 Dec. 1899. 


George F. Stackpole (Isaac% SamueP, Absalom*, James^, 
Philip^ JamesO, born in Lebanon, Me., 29 Nov. 1843, grad- 
uated in the first class at the Normal School in Farmington, 
Me., in 1866. He then fitted for college at N. Bridgton, 
Fryeburg and Norway Academies. Graduated at Dart- 
mouth College in 1872. Later received degree of A.M. 
Taught school at Dennysville and Thomas ton. Me., North- 
wood, N. H., Eastham and Orleans, Mass., and North Ber- 


wick, Me. After graduation he taught two years in an 
Academy at Derby Center, Vt., and was principal of the 
Union School at Riverhead, N. Y., 1875-80. Admitted to 
the bar Feb. 1880. Lawyer at Riverhead, director of two 
banks, deacon in the church, a man of affairs, highly 
esteemed. He married, 28 July 1886, Mary A. Hayes of 
Castle Creek, N. Y., who was born 18 March 1860. She 
was a graduate of a Normal School and taught several 
years. Their home was in Riverhead, N. Y. He died in a 
hospital in N. Y. City, 15 Oct. 1915, after a short sickness 
from the puzzling disease known as anthrax. Thus the 
Stackpole Association lost one of its most earnest and be- 
loved supporters. He was present at its meetings when- 
ever possible and always had something good and interest- 
ing to say. His widow resides at Riverhead, N. Y. and is 
Regent of the Yennicott, Long Island, Chapter of Daugh- 
ters of the American Revolution. 

George Leon b. 16 Nov. 1887; d. 30 July 1888. 

Syrena Harriet b. 9 Dec. 1888. Graduated at 
Bradford Academy 1905 and Wellesley College 
1909 and at the Law School of New York Uni- 
versity 1919 and is practicing law in N. Y. 
City, 45 Cedar Street. 

Franklin R. b. 28 Aug. 1891 ; d. 18 Feb. 1893. 

Virgil F. b. and d. 15 April 1894. 

Philip West b. 22 April 1897. Spent one year at 
Berea College and graduated at Dartmouth in 
1916 and taught mathematics in the Severn 
School at Boone, Md., a fitting school for West 
Point and Annapolis. This position he resigned 
in order to enter the Red Cross Ambulance 
Corps. See Military Record. At present he 
is teaching in the High School at Clifton, N. J. 
and taking post graduate work evenings in 
New York University in preparation for the 
degree of Master of Business Administration. 


Charles H. Stackpole (Isaac«, SamueP, Absalom*, James^ 
Phihp2, James^), born in Lebanon, Me., 7 March 1849, marl 
ried, 25 June 1877, Georgia A. Grant, who was born in 



Lebanon 6 Nov. 1861 and died 18 Nov. 1902. He died 28 
Sept. 1911, having lived as a farmer at Lebanon. 8 ch. 

Arthur C. b. 23 Feb. 1878; m. 25 April 1903, 

Sarah, daughter of George and Sarah Cotran 

of Lebanon. He d. 8 Feb. 1910. 2 ch. 

Lawrence C. b. 17 Feb. 1905. 

Almon H. b. Feb. 3, 1908. 
Almon H. b. 11 June 1880; d. 20 May 1902. 
Ida M. b. 2 Aug. 1882; m. 31 Oct. 1900, Ralph W. 

Jefferson. 3 ch. 

Arthur W. Jefferson b. 26 Aug. 1901; d. 30 
Dec. 1908. 

Elsie M. Jefferson b. 14 Oct. 1904. 

Harold E. Jefferson b. 22 June 1906. 
Etta B. b. 25 Oct. 1884; m. 30 Jan. 1904, Perley 

Adams. 7 ch. Res., Sanford, Me. 

Gladys Marion Adams b. 30 Oct. 1904. 

Grace Evelyn Adams b. 19 May 1908. 

Leslie Charles Adams b. 10 Sept. 1909. 

Carl Stackpole Adams b. 22 July 1912. 

Roland Perley Adams b. 8 Dec. 1916. 

Byron M. Adams b. 4 Dec. 1917; d. 9 April 

Myron B. Adams b. 4 Dec. 1917; d. 1 Dec 
Chester W. b. 5 May 1886; m. 28 March 1912, 

Ellen E. Fields. 3 ch. 

Norman Wilber b. 1 Dec. 1913. 

Irene Alvira b. 20 May 1916. 

Ansel Grant b. 30 Aug. 1917. 
Stella M. b. 22 Jan. 1888 ; m. Chester Jefferson of 

Farmington, N. H. 2 ch. 

George D. Jefferson b. 3 July 1910. 

Wesley E. Jefferson b. 24 Oct. 1911. 
Ethel C. b. 13 Nov. 1890; d. 10 Nov. 1902. 
Roscoe E. b. 8 Nov. 1892; m. 10 Sept. 1911, Alice 

Heneult. Res., Sanford, Me. 2 ch. See Mili- 
tary Record. 

Arthur F. b. 19 Sept. 1912; d. 10 Dec. 1916. 

Ethel May b. 22 May 1914. 

John S. Stackpole (John«, John% Stephen*, James^, 
Philip^, JamesO, born in Dover, N. H., 7 Nov. 1832, married 
(1) 23 Dec. 1852, Rachel Ann Frost of Wolfeboro, N. H., 


who died 18 Sept. 1876, (2) 22 Nov. 1878, Abbie C. Babb 
in Strafford, N. H. His residence was in Providence, R. I., 
where he died 17 April 1893. 5 eh. 

Ella Elizabeth b. 26 Oct. 1858 in Dover, N. H. 

John Franklin b. ; m. (1) 10 May 1876, Net- 
tie F. Edgerly, who d. 4 May 1900, aged 
47-1-17, (2) 19 Dec. 1900, Anna Mayo Gray, 
who was b. 26 Nov. 1876. Res., Cranston, 
R. I. He d. 29 Oct. 1916. 3 ch. 
Rachel Beatrice b. 11 June 1902. 
John Franklin b. 16 April; d. 3 March 1904. 
Anna May Olive b. 25 Sept. 1907. 

Hiram D. b. 1863; m. 7 Nov. 1889, Emma F. 
Stoughton; d. s. p. 4 June 1902. 

Nellie E. b. ; m. 4 May 1887, Clinton S. 

Andem of Providence, R. I. 5 ch. 

Ethel Andem b. 13 May 1888. 

Rachel Andem b. 16 Sept. 1890. 

Marion Andem b. 19 Feb. 1892. 

Clinton Andem b. 19 March 1900; d. 7 Sept. 

Kenneth Andem b. 20 March 1900. 

Harry L. b. ; m. 13 June 1894, Jennie M. Bur- 
dick, d. s. p. 

Josiah Stackpole ( John% John% Stephen*, James^, Philip^ 

JamesO, born in Dover, N. H., 5 Nov. 1834; married 1 

March 1855 Mary E. Clay, born 1 Aug. 1838 in Boscawen, 

N. H. He lived in Dover, where he died 24 June 1904. She 

died 1 May 1917. 

Edwin J. b. 26 July 1857; m. (1) 31 July 1879, 
Emma E. Lyons, (2) 3 April 1898 Luella G. 
Whittier of Haverhill, Mass. 

Fred L. b. 20 Feb. 1866; m. (1) Mary Kelley, (2) 
25 Oct. 1892 Ruth Welland, (3) 19 Dec. 1899 
Mrs. Cora E. (Oilman) Cook, in Portsmouth, 
N. H. 
Grace L. b. in Dover, N. H. 24 July 1886. 

Charles Henry Stackpole (John^ John% Stephen*, 
James3, Philip^, JamesO, born in Dover, N. H. 12 Dec. 1842, 



married, 15 March 1868, Annie M. Carter, bom 24 July 
1852. Lived at Exeter, N. H. He died 23 July 1910. She 
died June 1920. 

Martha A. b. 2 Aug. 1868 ; m. 28 Jan. 1888 J. Fred 

Conner. Ch. 

Fred N. Conner b. 21 June 1889 ; d. 18 Aug. 

Annie M. Conner b. 28 Sept. 1890. 

Bessie F. Conner b. 11 April 1895. 

Gracella R. Conner b. 19 Aug. 1897. 

Mildred Stackpole Conner b. 12 June 1899. 

Ruth Florence Conner b. 19 April 1905. 

Alfred Farnham Conner b. 11 May 1911. 
Albert W. b. 19 Feb. 1870 ; m. 21 Oct. 1905 Lillian 

Blakely of Haverhill, Mass. 
George H. b. 13 Nov. 1872; m. (1) 11 July 1898 

Mildred E. Llewellyn, who d. 6 May 1899, aged 

24-10-6, (2) 11 Nov. 1901 Maud Elizabeth 

Swett. Ch. 

George Herbert b. 27 Nov. 1902. 

Bryant Woodbury b. 6 April 1905. 
Charles Lincoln b. 3 Oct. 1874 ; m. 3 July 1910, in 

Somerville, Mass., Ella May Savage, age 31, 

dau. of Thomas and Jane (Lynch), b. in N. S. 

Carroll Irwin b. 7 June 1911 ; d. 8 March 1919. 

Gerald Herbert b. 6 July 1914. 

Irma Frances b. in Exeter, N. H., 25 Oct. 1916. 
Rachel M. b. 27 March 1876; m. 15 Oct. 1894 

Charles P. Gray. Divorced. 
Ulysses S. G. b. 10 March 1878 ; d. 19 April 1879. 
Leon E. b. 27 Nov. 1880 ; m. 13 March 1903 Mabel 

J. Fitzgerald of China, Me. 

Gladys Mabel b. 27 July 1904. 

Earle C. b. 6 Dec. 1907. 

George Heard Stackpole (Timothy*', John% Stephen*, 
James3, Philip-, James^, born 7 Sept. 1843 in Dover, N. H., 
married, 7 Dec. 1865, Mary Ann Harwood, born 26 July 
1843 at Lynn, Mass. He is an ice merchant and lives at 8 
Rand St., Lynn, Mass. Soldier in the Civil War. 

George Stanley b. 18 Feb. 1867; m. 11 Jan. 1891 
Mae B. Keene ; d. s p. 28 Feb. 1895. 


Charles Vassar b. 6 Jan. 1869 ; m. 6 Jan, 1893 Elise 
Frazier. Res., 88 Johnson Street, Lynn, Mass. 
Served nine months as Sergeant in Coast Artil- 
lery at Fort Washington. Ch. 
George Heard. 

Mabel Evelyn b. 26 Jan. 1874; m. 28 Oct. 1901 

Prescott Newhall. Dau. 

Mary Elizabeth Newhall b. 14 Dec. 1903. 

Stanley P. Newhall b. 9 June 1906. 

Donald H. Newhall b. 10 Jan. 1909. 

Anna L. Newhall b. 29 Sept. 1915. 
Annie Louise b. 4 Feb. 1879 ; d. 19 Aug. 1880. 


Charles Fernald Stackpole (Timothy% John^ Stephen*, 
James^, Philips James^), born 30 May 1846 in Shapleigh, 
Me., married, 14 Jan. 1869 Eliza Ann, daughter of Samuel 
and Eliza A. (Townsend) Heath, born 1 May 1843 in Lynn, 
Mass. She died 28 July 1906. He is a mechanical engi- 
neer in Lynn, Mass. Ch. 

Alfred Lamartine b. 23 Feb. 1870 at Wobum, 

Mass. Died young. 
Gertrude b, 15 Jan. 1872 at Woburn; m. 21 Sept. 

1898, Thomas Henry Horsfield. 

Helen G. Horsfield b. 1900. 

Howard L. Horsfield b. Aug. 1901: d. 16 Jan. 

Daughter b. 1904. 
Arthur Jones b. 27 March 1873 at Woburn; d. 13 

May 1873. 
Edgar Lambert b. 3 Oct. 1877 at Lynn; m. 20 

March 1902 Sara B. Goodwin. 
Grace Emily b. 15 Feb. 1879 at Lynn. 
Georgianna Heard b. 10 Nov. 1880 at Lynn. 


Lot B. Stackpole (William W.\ Benjamins Stephen*, 
JamesS Philip^ James^ born at Saranac, N. Y., 18 Dec. 
1850, married, 29 May 1873, Jennie Nichols of Mooris, N. 
Y., born 19 Sept. 1851. 

Warren N. b. 26 March 1874. 
Infant b. and d. 1 Dec. 1875. 



Orrell b. 14 Nov. 1876; d. 17 Dec. 1876. 

William A. b. 11 Jan. 1878. 

William B. b. 2 May 1880. 

Grace M. b. 23 Aug. 1882; d. 11 Oct. 1894. 

Charles L. b. 26 Aug. 1884. 

Max Gordon b. 14 Feb. 1889. 


Lindus M. Stackpole (William W.% Benjamin^ Stephen*, 
James^, Philip'-, JamesO, born at Redford, N. Y., 4 Oct. 
1852, married, 15 June 1876, Aurelia Signor, born 31 July 
1855. She died 17 April 1886 at Chataugay Lake, N. Y. 

Bertie M. b. 11 March 1878. 
Earl b. 6 Feb. 1880. 
Fred R. b. 26 March 1882. 



Augustus M. Stackpole (Harris G.% SamueP, SamueP, 
James*, John^ John^, JamesO born in Monticello, Me., 18 
Nov. 1837, married, (1) 1863, Serene Robinson, born in 
Weston, Me., 14 Feb. 1843. She died 28 Aug. 1885. He 
married (2) 17 May 1887, Annie R. Miller, born in Roy- 
alston, N. B., 28 April 1866. He is a farmer and teacher. 
Chairman of the Board of Selectmen in Bridgewater, Me., 
sixteen years. Treasurer and Supervisor of Schools. Ch. 

Ida M. b. 16 Feb. 1864; m. Feb. 1888, Abraham 

Turner; d. 9 Jan. 1889. 
Atwood B. b. 19 Dec. 1865; d. at Cripple Creek, 

Col., 23 Jan. 1896. 
Harris G. b. 26 June 1870; m. 1894, Adda Mary 

Peterson of New Brunswick. Farmer in 

Monticello, Me. Ch. 

Ida M. b. 23 April 1902. 

Edith b. 25 Oct. 1898. 
William F. b. 14 April 1874; d. 28 Feb. 1895. 

Augustus M. b. 27 June 1881; m. 16 Oct. 1901, 

Mabel M. Mcllroy. 
Frank C. b. 14 June 1889. 
Grace b. 4 Aug. 1896 ; d. 2 Jan. 1897. 
Ethel b. 4 July 1898. 
Clara b. 7 July 1900. 
Son b. 10 March 1904. 


Roscoe H. Stackpole (Harris G.% SamueP, SamueP, 
James*, John% John^ James^ born 14 June 1846, married 
12 Nov. 1866, Rhoda A. Kinney. Farmer at Monticello, 


Gertrude b. 15 Aug. 1867 ; m. 12 Jan. 1887, Henry 

Welch. Ch. 

Forest Welch. 

Bernard Welch. 
Annie b. 29 Sept. 1868. Trained nurse. 
Rachel b. 8 June 1871; d. 11 Aug. 1872. 
Delbert A. b. 23 July 1873; m. 30 Oct. 1901, 

Myrtle B. Foster, dau. of Alonzo G. and Han- 
nah B. (Gerow). 

Son b. in Palmyra, Me., 7 Dec. 1906. 

Ralph b. in Palmyra 30 July 1912. 
Mary b. 17 April 1876; m. Aug. 1896, Fred 

Hotham, Monticello, Me. 
Myra b. 5 Dec. 1879; m. 17 May 1900, Guy T. 

Serene b. 22 Feb. 1885 ; m. 24 June 1903, Forest 

W. Farley. 


James Stackpole was residing at or near Carlisle, Penn., 
in 1756. His wife's name was Margaret. He was a mason 
by trade. He can not be connected genealogically with the 
Stackpoles of New England, but it is an interesting coinci- 
dence that the immigrant ancestors of these distantly re- 
lated families should bear the same name, James, and that 
their wives should be named Margaret. James Stackpole 
of Pennsylvania died in 1778. His widow survived him till 
1834. They had four children 

Barbara m. (1) about 1780, Patrick Weldon, (2) 
about 1819, Michael McGuerrn. No children. 

2. John, soldier of the Revolution. 

Margaret b. 1770 ; m. 9 Nov. 1796, Edward Daugh- 
erty of McVeytown, Pa. She d. 1 Aug. 1832. 
Ch., Barbara, Rosanna, James, John, Nancy, 
Margaret B. 

3. James m. Dorcas Holt. 


John Stackpole (JamesO was a soldier of the Revolu- 
tion and a mason by trade. He died in the Tuscarora valley, 
Pa., about 1814. 4 ch. 

4. Barbara m. William McClure. 

Dortha m. George Dorcey; d. at East Waterford, 

Pa., 26 June 1878. A dau. 

Margaret Dorcey d. unm. at Dry Run, Pa. 
Margaret m. John Thornburg; d. 29 Dec. 1849. 

Ch., Melinda, who m. Judge Christy, Tabitha, 

Charles and others. 
John, killed by being thrown from the back of a 




James Stackpole (JamesO b. at Carlisle, Pa., m. 1790, 
Dorcas, dau. of Thomas and Elizabeth Holt, who was born 
23 March 1772. He was a Revolutionary soldier. Died 10 
Nov. 1804. His widow died 20 Aug. 1853. For some years 
he kept an inn or hotel near McVeytown, Pa. 5 ch. 

Margaret b. 6 June 1791 ; m. John M. Barton. Ch., 

Harriet, Ellen, Jane, Matilda and Anson. 
Mary b. 8 April 1793 ; d. 9 Nov. 1804. 
Thomas b. 3 Oct. 1795; m. Ehzabeth Steese; d. 6 

Nov. 1833. Ch., Margaret who m. Levi Huber 

of Pottsville, Pa., Dorcas who m. Philip B. 

Greenawalt of Dauphin County, Pa., and 

5. James b. 14 Oct. 1797; m. Catherine Setzler. 

John H. b. 1 Jan. 1804; m. Hannah Wolf; d. 26 

Feb. 1839 at Alexandria, Va. 3 ch., Mary, 

Dorcas and Caroline. 

Barbara Stackpole (John-, JamesO married William 
McClure. She died 16 April 1860. Seven ch. 

John McClure, served in the Mexican War and 

was drowned while returning. 
William H. McClure d. unm. 27 Nov. 1867. 
Thomas McClure. 
Alexander McClure m. Anna McMeen. Ch., EfRe, 

Rebecca, Matilda, John, Charles and Clara. 
Margaret McClure m. John Allen, d. s. p. 
Rebecca J. McClure d. 18 May 1858. 
David McClure d. unm. 


James Stackpole (JamesS JamesO born 14 Oct. 1797, 
married 2 Nov. 1820, Catherine Setzler and died 17 May 
1853. Res., McVeytown, Pa. Wife was born 2 Jan. 1797 
in Chester County, Pa. 8 ch. 

Mary b. 7 Feb. 1821; d. 5 Nov. 1821. 
John H. b. 23 March 1823 ; d. 27 Aug. 1829. 


William H. b. 7 Aug. 1825; m. 16 May 1854, Han- 
nah L. Burlew, b. Dec. 1834. Served in the 
Mexican War. d. s. p. 31 June 1857 in Anglaise 
County, 0. 

6. Margaret b. 20 Nov. 1827 ; m. David Corkle. 

7. James Barton b. 1 March 1831; m. Eliza A. 


8. Sarah Dorcas b. 2 Feb. 1834; m. Lorenzo Dow 


9. Edward Henry Harrison b. 11 Aug. 1836; m. 

Margaret Jane Glasgow. 
10. Hannah Catherine b. 7 April 1841; m. Edmund 


Margaret Stackpole (James^ James^ James'^) born 20 
Nov. 1827, married 29 March 1849, David Corkle, born 18 
Nov. 1820. She died at Mapleton, Pa., 2 Oct. 1865. 5 ch., 
all born at McVeytown, Pa. 

John H. Corkle b. 6 March 1851 ; d. 16 March 1851. 

Benjamin N. Corkle b. 7 March 1853 ; m. Sarah B. 
McKendree, 17 Dec. 1872, b. 19 Sept. 1853 in 
Wayne, Pa. Res., Harrisburg, Pa. Ch., Wil- 
Ham D. b. 12 Dec. 1873 and Bertha Ray b. 28 
June 1879. 

Wilham Harrison Corkle b. 21 Dec. 1854; m. 28 
Aug. 1878, Margaret McKinney at Altoona, Pa. 
She was b. 22 Dec. 1854 at Bellefonte, Pa. Ch. 
Harry Corkle b. 15 June 1878 ; d. 13 Jan. 1882. 
Clyde Corkle b. 3 May 1881. 
Gerald Francis Corkle b. 2 Nov. 1883. 
John David Corkle b. 25 April 1886. 

Charles E. Corkle b. 23 April 1857; m. Louisa Lego, 
b. in Blair County, Pa., 14 Dec. 1856. He was 
killed in a railroad accident at Mifflintown, Pa. 
21 Jan. 1887. Four ch., Margaret Ellen b. 13 
June 1877 ; Charles Elmer b. 7 June 1879 ; Wil- 
liam Cross b. 6 Dec. 1884 ; and Harry North b. 
24 June 1886. 

David Ellsworth Corkle b. 29 Jan. 1862 ; m. 15 Oct. 
1891, Jennie Gable b. at Eshel, Pa., 19 Aug. 
1867. One child, David F. Corkle b. 7 Dec. 
1894. Reside at McVeytown, Pa. 



James Barton Stackpole (James\ James-, James') bom 
1 March 1831, married 29 Nov. 1853, Eliza Ard Switzer, 
born 13 Jan. 1833 near Lewistown, Pa., dau. of Daniel and 
Mary Switzer. See Military Record. He died 23 March 
1865. 4 ch. 

George Frysinger b. 31 Aug. 1854 at Lewistown; 
m. 6 Nov. 1890, Sarah Elizabeth McClintic b. 
26 June 1862. Publisher of the Lewistown 
(Pa.) Gazette. No ch. 
11. James Switzer b. 27 March 1857 ; m. Blanche R. B. 

Mary Catherine b. 26 Aug. 1860 ; m. 26 May 1887, 
Lewis Napoleon Slagle, b. 11 Jan. 1861 at Pat- 
terson, Pa. He was Capt. of Co. G, 5th Regt., 
P. V. L, Spanish-American War. 

Harriet Elizabeth b. 26 Sept. 1863 ; m. 7 Aug. 1888, 
Charles Edwin Woodruff, b. 26 Nov. 1863 at 
Elizabeth, N. J. One child, Mary Eliza Wood- 
ruff b. 2 Aug. 1890. 


Sarah Dorcas Stackpole (James^ James-, James^) born 
2 Feb. 1834, married 24 Dec. 1857, Lorenzo Dow Rambler, 
born 11 Feb. 1834. He was a soldier in the Union Army 
in the Civil War. Res., Elyria, O. 8 ch. 

Homer Frank Rambler b. 13 Oct. 1858 ; m. 20 June 

1885, Annie J. Griffiths, b. 17 Jan. 1865 at 

Margaret C. Rambler b. 1 Feb. 1860. 

Mary Ellen Rambler b. 1 Feb. 1862; m. 14 Oct. 

1886, Edward R. Hoerle b. 17 July 1863 at 
Johnstown, Pa. Res., Elyria, O. Ch., Dwight 
L., Franklin Lewis, Margaret H., and Mary M. 

Lorenzo David Rambler b. 2 Aug. 1864; m. 14 
March 1892, Lottie Roberts, b. 23 Oct. 1873 at 
Philadelphia. Res., St. Louis, Mo. 

James Stackpole Rambler b. 2 Sept. 1867; d. 19 
Aug. 1872. 

Hettie E. Rambler b. 15 June 1870; m. 29 Jan. 
1895, Charles J. T. Mesta, b. 22 Feb. 1872 in 


Allegheny County, Pa. Child, Merrill A. Mesta 

b. 6 July 1895. 
Rhetta J. Rambler b. 11 Feb. 1873. 
Sophia Grace Rambler b. 28 Nov. 1876. 

Edward Henry Harrison Stackpole (James^ James^ 
JamesO born 11 Aug. 1836, married 22 Dec. 1859, Mar- 
garet Jane Glasgow, who was born 29 June 1839 at Newton 
Hamilton, Pa., and died 8 April 1919 at Harrisburg. He 
served with the 4th Pa. Militia at the battle of Antietam. 
In young manhood he was interested with his father in 
boating on the Pennsylvania Canal and later did a general 
wagon-making and blacksmithing business at McVeytown. 
In 1876 he was elected to the legislature from Mifflin County 
and was defeated in the next election by one vote. In 1883 
he was appointed Supt. of Public Grounds and Buildings at 
Harrisburg, Pa., and held that position till his death, 5 Dec. 
1890. 11 ch. 

12. Edward James b. 18 Jan. 1861; m. Maria Kate 

Oscar Lincoln b. 26 Nov. 1862. Sergt. Co. D 8th 

P. V. I., in Spanish-American War. 
WiHiam Howard b. 27 July 1864 ; d. unm. 27 Aug. 

1894 at Ridgway, Pa. 
Hannah Catherine b. 10 April 1866; m. 4 March 

1892, Charles Edward Schimmelfeng, at Ridg- 
way, Pa. Res., Harrisburg, Pa. One child, 

Henrv b. 14 Dec. 1893, d. 1912. 
Walker Woods b. 8 Jan. 1868 ; d. 1 June 1896. 
Charles Bratton b. 31 Oct. 1870. Resided in San 

Francisco, Cal. 
Ella Clark b. 10 Sept. 1872 ; m. 2 Oct. 1895, Frank 

Ross Oyster, b. 14 Dec. 1868 at Helen Mills, Pa. 

Res., Harrisburg, Pa. One dau., Margaret 

Oyster b. 26 Aug. 1900. 

13. Harrv Clinton b. 10 Nov. 1875 ; m. Sara Arlington 

Mark Holt b. 3 May 1878; d. 4 March 1896. 
Donald Cameron b. 28 Aug. 1880. State Highway 

Jennie^May b. 27 Dec. 1881; d. 11 Feb. 1904. 



Hannah Catherine Stackpole (James', James-, JamesO 
born 7 April 1841, married 9 Jan. 1862, Edmund Conrad, 
born 24 July 1840 at Myerstown, Pa. He was publisher 
of the McVeytown Journal. 3 ch. Both deceased. 

Henry Harrison Conrad b. 4 April, d. 6 July 1863. 
William James Conrad b. 14 April 1867; m. 16 

Sept. 1891, Margaret Anna Rothrock b. 3 Feb. 

1875. Children, Gertrude Blanche Conrad b. 

21 Sept. 1892, and Harry Stackpole Conrad b. 

27 July 1893. See Military Record. 
Blanche B. M. Conrad b. 14 March 1876; d. 29 

March 1890. 



James Switzer Stackpole (James B.*, James% James^, 
James' ) born 27 March 1857 at Lewistown, Pa., married 27 
March 1887, Blanche Rose Bell Chesney at Camden, N. J. 
She was born at Belleville Pa., 19 April 1868. He was 
associated with his brother in the publication of the 
Lewistown Gazette. Was First Lieut. Co. G, 5th Regt., 
P. V. I. in the Spanish-American War. 4 ch. 

Mary Elizabeth b. 4 June 1887. 
Catherine Ehza b. 10 Jan. 1891. 
James Holt b. 9 Feb. 1895. 
George Thomas b. 12 Feb. 1897. 


Edward James Stackpole (Edward H. H., James% 
James-, JamesO born 18 Jan. 1861, married 10 Oct. 1889, 
Maria Kate Hummel, who was born 26 April 1860 at 
Harrisburg, Pa. He began his newspaper career at Mc- 
Veytown, Pa., on a weekly newspaper owned by his uncle 
and after three years became a partner in the publication of 
the Orbisonia (Pa.) Dispatch before he had reached his 
majority. After two years at Orbisonia he became assistant 
foreman and exchange editor on the Harrisburg (Pa.) 


Telegraph, subsequently being promoted to city editor and 
in 1901 purchasing a controlling interest in the newspaper. 
For several years he represented a considerable number of 
metropolitan newspapers and trade journals as Harrisburg 
correspondent. He was Postmaster of Harrisburg from 
1901 to 1913 and is active in public civic affairs. Presi- 
dent of the Chamber of Commerce. Member of State Com- 
mission to revise the Constitution of Pennsylvania. Dele- 
gate to the Republican National Convention at Chicago in 
1920. He is now editor-in-chief and president of the Tele- 
graph Printing Company. President Associated Dailies of 
Pennsylvania for several years. Served in the Pennsyl- 
vania National Guard. 4 ch. 

Catherine Hummel b. 11 Aug. 1890; m. 21 Oct. 
1913, Walter Bruce Caldwell at Harrisburg, Pa. 
He is a graduate of Cornell University, class of 
1912. Mechanical engineer. Assistant Super- 
intendent of Sharon Steel Hoop Company, 
Sharon, Pa. He enlisted in July 1918 in U. S. 
Naval Reserve Flying Corps, with rating of 
chief machinist's mate; commissioned ensign; 
discharged in Feb. 1919. 2 ch. 
Edward James Caldwell b. 14 June 1915. 
Walter Bruce Caldwell b. 26 Oct. 1916; d. 
March 1918. 

Margaret b. 4 July 1892; m. 19 Oct. 1915, John 
CruU Herman, who was b. 15 Aug. 1892 at 
Harrisburg, Pa. In the World War he applied 
for admission to the Field Artillery Central 
Officers' Training School at Camp Zachary 
Taylor, Ky., and was assigned to the 48th 
Training Battery. Honorably discharged after 
the armistice. Had been a member of the 
Harrisburg Reserves. Now Lieutenant and 
Battalion Adjutant, Pennsylvania National 
Guard. 2 ch. 

Margaret Stackpole Herman b. 6 Oct. 1916. 
John C. Herman 3rd b. 18 Jan. 1918. 

Edward James Jr. b. 21 June 1894; Yale 1915; 
m. 17 Aug. 1917, Frances Bailey at Harrisburg. 
See Military Record. One dau., 
Emily b. 13 Nov. 1919. 

Albert Hummel b. 28 June 1897 at Harrisburg. 
Entered Yale in class of 1919. m. Mary Creigh- 

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ton, Harrisburg, 9 Oct. 1920. First Lieutenant 
Battery A, First Field Artillery, Pennsylvania 
National Guard. See Military Record. On 
staff Harrisburg Telegraph. 

Harry Clinton Stackpole (Edward H. H.*, James^ 
James-, JamesO born 10 Nov. 1875, married 11 Jan 1898, 
Sara Arlington Hall, daughter of J. P. Hall of Ridgway, 
Pa. Res., Ridgvi^ay, Pa. Children 

Lyle Hall b. 28 Aug. 1899. 
James Hall b. 17 Feb. 1902. 
Harrison Clinton b. 10 June 1914. 


Francis Stacpoole ("\Villiam of Eden vale, Co. Clare, 
Ireland, George, William, Clement, Robert, Bartholomew, 
see page — ) became captain and part owner of a vessel in 
the Merchant Service. Letters found at Edenvale men- 
tion him as revisiting the place. He was captured with his 
vessel in the time of Napoleon I and detained five years at 
Dieppe, France, as a prisoner on parole. He afterwards 
came to New York and, about 1829, married Adaline Ben- 
nett, daughter of John (b. 16 Sept. 1782; d. 7 May 1822) 
and Hannah Elenor Bennett (b. 15 April 1788 ; d. 12 Feb. 
1826). She was born in New York 18 Feb. 1812 and died 
there 5 March 1870. Francis Stacpoole died at Center 
Meriches, N. Y., 16 Sept. 1874, aged about 95 years. He 
had a brother, Christopher Stacpoole, who married Hannah 
E. Bennett of New York and d. s. p. 11 Sept. 1851, aged 65 
years. The children of Francis Stacpoole, all born in New 
York, were 

John b. 25 July 1830 ; d. 8 Feb. 1836. 

George WilHam b. 15 Oct., 1832; d. 23 Jan. 1862 in 
the U. S. Army. Member of Company A, 9th 
Regt. of N. Y. 

Richard b. 27 March 1835; m. Laura Bishop. See 

Ellen b. 29 Mch. 1837; d. 11 April 1847. 

Eliza b. 27 Sept. 1839 ; m. Robert H. Kimber. Ch., 
Adeline, Richard Henry, Clara Louise, Fred- 
erick Elmer, Albert Hays, and Herbert Garfield. 

Christopher b. 7 April 1842 ; d. 6 Sept. 1866. 

Annie b. 24 Oct. 1844; m. William Colman, who 
d. s. p. 10 Oct. 1869. 

Frances b. 23 Feb. 1847 ; d. 10 April 1888 ; m. Isaac 
J. Rouse. 4 ch. 

Adeline b. 18 March 1850 ; d. 20 May 1852. 


Richard Stacpoole (Francis) married 7 Oct. 1861, Laura 
Bishop of Center Meriches, Long Island, N. Y. She died 14 
Nov. 1895. He was a lawyer in New York. Died in 1905. 
Children were 

Lizzie Ellison b. 16 Sept. 1862 ; m. 29 April 1890, 
William Henry Peck of New York and had son, 

Frank Bishop b. 22 Dec. 1863 ; d. 20 Nov. 1877. 
Richard Augustine b. 26 Oct. 1866. Columbia Law 

School 1887. Lawyer in New York. 
Henry Josiah b. 19 June 1871. Dentist in New 

Mary Lillian b. 6 Feb. 1877. 
Ellison St. John b. 6 May 1878. 

James Stacpole was clerk and parish teacher in White- 
church, Ireland, the only person of his surname there. He 
had a brother who was an organ builder and came to 
America. He had an aunt who married (1) a Captain in 
the Army, (2) a Rajah of India. James Stacpole had 

Mary b. 1811; m. Alexander Browne and had ch., 
James of New York, Jane of Williamstown, 
Mass., Lida and Susan of Easthampton, Mass. 
The last was a teacher in the public schools of 
Northampton, Mass. 
John b. 31 Dec. 1806; m. Maria Lansing of Water- 
vliet, N. Y. ; d. 1863. One son 
Col. Horatio P. Stacpole m. 1 June 1870, Ida L. 
Ten Eyck at Albany, N. Y. He d. 3 June 
1901. One child 

Edith F. Stacpole m. 11 Oct. 1898, Levi 
Moore of Albany, N. Y. He d. s. p. 30 
Dec. 1904. 
Nathaniel b. about 1814; d. in Williamstown, Mass., 
7 April 1869, aged 65 years, 9 mos. Had wife 
Honora, b. 1817, and perhaps second wife, Ma- 
tilda. He was a wagon-maker by trade. Sev- 
eral children died young in Williamstown. 
Sarah, his daughter, b. about 1836, m. 27 Nov. 
1856, Peter McKay. Nathaniel Stacpole "left 
a large family at his death", all of whom have 
removed from Williamstown. 


Thomas, remained in Ireland. Had three sons. 
The oldest came to America and the other two 
were British officers, probably in the South 
African War. 

Nathaniel Stackpole, or Stacpole, organ-builder, bom in 
Ireland about 1830, son of Nathaniel and Jennie (Brown) 
and perhaps brother of James Stacpole of Whitechurch, 
Ireland, married in Boston, Mass., 25 Aug. 1851, Rosanna 
DeLacy. He lived a while at Fitchburg, Mass., returned 
to Boston and died there 13 May 1901, aged 70-6-21. Chil- 
dren, so far as known, were 

Ann Jane b at Fitchburg 2 Aug. 1857. 

Ida Isabella b. at Fitchburg 7 Nov. 1861. 

Frank N. b. about 1856 ; Boston, 8 Feb. 1899, 

Minna J. Gaul. 
Nettie R. b. abt. 1871; m. 10 July 1892, William 

H. Crowell in Boston. 

John W. Stackpole, born about 1865 at Gibraltar, son of 
Thomas and Mary (Upton) Stackpole, married at Williams- 
town, Mass., 18 Feb. 1897, Elizabeth Allen, daughter of 
Henry and Bridget Allen, born in Ireland about 1877. Chil- 
dren born at Williamstown 

Thomas J. b. 25 June 1898. 
Bridget b. 12 Jan. 1900. 
John Edwin b. 8 Jan. 1902. 
Elizabeth b. 7 April 1911. 

John J. Stackpole, son of Michael and Bridget 
(Meaney) Stackpole of Ireland, lived in Lowell, Mass. He 
was born about 1833 and married in Lowell, 22 Nov. 1856, 
Fannie M., daughter of William and Julia (Cane) Burke, 
all of Ireland. They moved to South Berwick, Me., where 
he died 21 March 1900, aged 67 yrs. 4 mos. He had a 
brother Michael, who married Bridget Considine and died 
in Lowell, 24 Dec. 1898, aged 58 yrs., leaving quite a large 
family. John J. Stackpole had at least a daughter, Mary 
A., b. in Lowell 19 Nov. 1865, and a son 

John J. Stackpole b. about 1867. He m. 19 Aug. 1887, 
Rosa E., dau. of Albert and Agnes (Robinson) Hammond, 


born at Salmon Falls, N. H., about 1869. They lived at 
South Berwick, Me., where he died 24 Nov. 1906, aged 43 
yrs. Ch. 

James E. b. abt. 1889; m. 22 Aug. 1914, Carrie E. 

Jenkins, dau. of Mark and Edith (Chick) 

Jenkins and have at least a dau., Irene Leola b. 

19 Feb. 1915. 
Mary Agnes b. abt. 1890; m. 11 Aug. 1911, George 

Edward Elwell. 
Rose G. b. abt. 1892 ; m. 4 June 1913, Herbert C. 

Another son. 

Thomas R. Stackpole, said to have been born in England, 
an engineer, married Emma Sands of Troy, N. Y. Their 
son, Egbert E. Stackpole, was born in Pittsfield, Mass., 29 
June 1879, and married in Arlington, Mass., 10 Dec. 1901, 
Clara May Gott. 

William J. Stackpole, born in West Troy, N. Y., mar- 
ried Emily E. Stone in Lexington, Mass., and had Marion T. 
b. 26 June 1899 in Arlington, Mass., and a son, b. 14 June 

John Stackpoole, born about 1820 in or near Mallow, co. 
Cork, Ireland, came to America about 1840 and his natural- 
ization papers were made at Albany, N. Y. in 1847. His 
residence then was Sharon, N. Y. He had one or more 
brothers and sisters in New York city. He is said to have 
been educated at a college in Cork, Ireland. He married 27 
May 1850, Elsie Pooler of Vermont, in Cato, N. Y., where 
he died 10 Sept. 1867. His wife was born in 1824 and died 
29 July 1884. 4 ch. 

Frank W. b. 5 June 1851; m. 1869, Ella Phillips; 

d. 30 June 1916. 6 ch. 

Ruth b. 10 Nov. 1870 ; d. 10 May 1875. 

Estelle b. 10 Nov. 1872 ; d. 7 May 1918. 

Laura b. 17 July 1874 ; d. 20 April 1883. 

Edith b. 25 Aug. 1876. 

Olive b. 24 April 1880. 

Warren L. b. 1 Sept. 1885 ; d. 11 April 1919. 
Sarah Elizabeth b. 1 March 1853 ; d. 15 June 1873. 


Levi b. 15 Jan. 1856; m. 19 March 1876, Rose 

Evans. Res., Cato, N. Y. 3 ch. 

Royal E. b. 5 Feb. 1877; d. 22 Nov. 1886. 

Charles L. b. 27 June 1880; m. 28 Feb. 1906, 

Sadie Fox. 2 ch. 

Charles W. b. 23 April 1910. 
Harvey A. b. 24 May 1912. 

John R. b. 21 Sept. 1896. 
Ellen b. 30 March 1859 ; m. 24 April 1889, George 

K. Northrup. 


The Revolution 

Aaron Stackpole was 2d Lieut, of 6th Co., 2d Regt. of 
York Co. Commissioned 21 Mch. 1780. He was made 1st 
Lieut. 1 July 1781, and was Capt. of Militia 23 Oct. 1788. 

Absalom Stackpole enlisted 13 June 1775 in Capt. Went- 
worth's Co., Col. Poor's Regt. of N. H. Re-enlisted from 
Berwick, Me., in Capt. Samuel Grant's Co., Col. Jonathan 
Titcomb's Regt. Served 2 mos. 14 days, preceding 18 July 
1777. Re-enlisted 14 Aug. 1777 in Col. Storer's Regt. Dis- 
charged 23 Oct. 1777. Re-enlisted 8 Aug. 1778 for one 
month in Capt. Yeaton's Co. of Somersworth, N. H., in Gen. 
Sullivan's command. Pensioned 15 April 1833. 

Charles Stackpole enlisted 13 June 1775 in Capt. Went- 
worth's Co., Col. Poor's Regt., "the second Regiment of 
foot." Age, 30. Was still in service 1 Aug. 1775. Charles 
Stackpole enlisted 30 June 1777 for one year on the Con- 
tinental Frigate Raleigh of Portsmouth as a marine. Res., 
Berwick. 5 ft. 10 inches high. Light complexion. Dark 
hair. Prisoner in 1778. 

Ebenezer Stackpole enlisted 24 June 1775 in Capt. 
Richard Shortridge's Co., Col. Poor's Regt. Ebenezer 
Stacpole, Quartermaster on the Raleigh, enlisting 10 July 
1777, of Portsmouth. Stature 5 ft. 11 in. Complexion, 
light; hair, light. 

Henry Stackpole, age 19, enlisted 13 June 1775 in Capt. 
Wentworth's Co., Col. Poor's Regt. Was on the pay-roll 1 
Aug. 1775. 

John Stackpole enlisted 23 Sept. 1779 in Capt. George 
Rogers' Co., Col. Nathaniel Jordan's Regt. Discharged 23 
Oct. 1779. Service at Falmouth, Me. 


Joseph Stackpole enlisted 25 July 1775 in Capt. Oliver 
Colburn's Co., Col. Arnold's Regt. Company of minute men 
from "Gardner's Town." Discharged 14 Aug. 1775. He 
assisted in Arnold's expedition against Quebec. 

Joshua Stackpole, Jr., enlisted 8 Aug. 1778 in Capt. 
Yeaton's Co., for one month, to join Gen. Sullivan in "an 
expedition against Rhode Island." He received ten pounds, 
town bounty. July 8, 1779 he was appointed Lieut, on ship 
Hampden for expedition against Penobscot. 

Otis Stackpole enlisted 3 July 1780 from Somersworth, 
N. H. Age 19. 

Philip Stackpole was in Moses Yeaton's Co., on Pierce's 
Island, 5 Nov. 1775. Re-enlisted 8 Aug. 1778 in Capt. 
Yeaton's Co., Gen. Sullivan's command. 

Samuel Stackpole enlisted for one year, 23 Aug. 1776, in 
Capt. Caleb Hodgdon's Co., Col. Long's Regt., stationed at 
New Castle, N. H. Was a Lieutenant Jan. 1777. Re-en- 
listed July 1779 at Dover, N. H., for one year, i Re-enlisted 
in 1780 in Col. Evans' Regt. Received sixty pounds as State 
bounty. Was pensioned by New Hampshire in 1818. 

Douglass Stackpole, son of Samuel just mentioned, en- 
listed 24 May 1781 (age 17, stature 5 ft., dark complexion), 
for three years in the 7th Co. of 2d Regt. of N. H., com- 
manded by Col. Reid. 

John Stackpole was a private in the 3d Penn. Regt. of 
the Continental Line, 1777-1781. — See Penn. Archives, Sec- 
ond Series, Vol. x. p. 486. 

James Stackpole was a private in Capt. George Hay's 
Co. of Cumberland County (Penn.) Militia in actual service 
from 12 Sept. 1782 till 14 Nov. 1782.— See Penn. Archives, 
Second Series, Vol. XIV, p. 453. 

Stackpoles in the War of 1812. 

Andrew Stackpole was private in Capt Dinsmore's Co., 
33d Regt. of U. S. Inf. April to June 1813. 

Benjamin Stackpole was Sergt. in Capt. Benj. Adams' 
Co., 33d Regt. U. S. Inf., April 1813 to April 1814. He 
served at Plattsburgh, N. Y. 


Samuel Stackpole was corporal in same Co. as Benjamin, 
and was killed in the battle of Plattsburgh. 

Stephen and Absalom Stackpole of Berwick, brothers, 
were privates in the Drafted Militia of Capt. Bartholomew 
Thompson, in service at Kittery from Oct. to Nov. 1814. 
Both served as substitutes for their sons. 

Andrew and Ezekiel Stackpole of Biddeford, brothers, 
were privates in Thomas Benson's Co., Lieut.-Col. Spring's 
Regt., in service at Saco June 1814. 

John Stackpole of Waterville was private in Capt. 
Joseph Hitchings' Co., Lieut.-Col. Elnathan Sherwin's 
Regt., in service at Augusta, Sept. 14-25, 1814. 

' Joseph, WilHam and Samuel Stackpole of Albion were 
in Capt. Joel Wellington's Co., Lieut.-Col. Herbert Moore's 
Regt., in service at Wiscasset Sept. 12-27, 1814. 

William Stackpole of Thomaston was corporal in Capt. 
Nathaniel Morse's Co. of Artillery, Col. Ebenezer Thatcher's 
Regt., in service at Wiscasset Sept. 10-29, 1814. 

John Stackpole Jr. was Sergt., and his brother, Samuel 
Stackpole, both of Durham, Me., was a private in Capt. 
William Webster's Co., Lieut.-Col. Charles Thomas' Regt., 
in service at Bath Sept. 13-27, 1814. 

Civil War of 1861-5. 

MAINE regiments 

Aaron Stackpole of Gardiner, Co. B. 16th Regt. Inf. 
Mustered in Aug. 14, 1862, aged 24. Transferred to In- 
valid Corps. 

Adelbert A. Stackpole of Monticello, Co. G. 22d Regt. 
Inf. Age 21. Musician. Returned to ranks. Left sick at 
Brasheor City, La., May 26, 1863. Died in the Hospital at 
New Orleans 24 Aug. 1863. 

Alton M. Stackpole of Manchester, Sergeant, Co. B. 14th 
Inf. Mustered in Dec. 10, 1861. Age 21. Discharged, 
April 11, 1862. 


Alexander Stackpole, Co. A. 32d Inf. — Kittery — Mus- 
tered March 3, 1864. Age 43 ( ?) . Paroled prisoner. Died 
Oct. 28, 1865. 

Alexander D. Stackpole of Ellsworth, Co. D. 14th Inf. 
Mustered in Feb. 16, 1865, age 19. Mustered out Aug. 28, 

Augustus J. Stackpole of Gorham, Co. A. 5th Inf. Mus- 
tered in June 24, 1861. Promoted corporal. Mustered out, 
July 27, 1864. 

Amos A. Stackpole, 14th Regt. Inf. 

Cornelius Stackpole of Auburn, Co. F. Coast guards. 
Mustered in Jan. 6, 1865. Age 41. Mustered out July 7, 

Daniel W. Stackpole of Portland, Co. C. 10th Inf. Mus- 
tered in March 21, 1862. Age 24. Transferred to Co. D. 
29th Regt. Inf. Discharged March 24, 1865. Term expired. 

Eugene Stackpole of North Yarmouth, Co. I. 17th Inf. 
Mustered in Aug. 12, 1863. Age 21. Died of disease Aug. 
24, 1864. 

Frederic A. H. Stackpole of Kenduskeag, Co. A. 6th Inf. 
Mustered in Oct. 15, 1861. Age 18. Wounded at Freder- 
icksburg. Discharged for disability June 18, 1864. 

John F. Stackpole of Albion. Sergeant Co. H. 19th Inf. 
Mustered in Aug. 25, 1862. Age 36. Promoted 1st Serg. 
Killed July 12, 1863, at Gettysburg. 

Lowell B. Stackpole of Portland, Co. I. 17th Inf. Mus- 
tered in Jan. 4, 1864. Age 18. Wounded May 23, 1864. 
Transferred to Co. I 1st Maine Heavy Artillery. Dis- 
charged May 30, 1865. 

Nahum Stackpole of Augusta, Co. E. 31st Inf. Mus- 
tered in March 11, 1864. Age 43. Died in Hospital at 
Augusta, Me., Sept. 28, 1865. 

Sharrington P. Stackpole of Ellsworth, Co. H. 26th Inf. 
Mustered in Oct. 11, 1862. Age 20. Re-enHsted in Co. D. 
19th Inf. Feb. 16, 1865. Transferred to 1st Maine Heavy 
Artillery. Promoted corporal. Mustered out Sept. 11, 


William Stackpole of Biddeford, Co. I. 1st Regt. Cav- 
alry. Mustered in Oct. 31, 1861. Age 44. Transferred to 
Regt. band, Aug. 26, 1862. Discharged Feb. 1863. 

William A. Stackpole of Albion, Sergeant Co. B. 11th 
Inf. Mustered in Nov. 8, 1861. Age 36. Dropped from 
the rolls. Reported dead. 

William H. Stackpole of Gardiner, 2d Regt. Cavalry. 
Mustered in Dec. 3, 1863. Age 33. Discharged for dis- 
ability June 17, 1864. 

William H. H. Stackpole of Kenduskeag, Co. A. 31st 
Inf. Mustered in March 1, 1864. Age 24. Wounded Sept. 
29, 1864 at Poplar Grove Church. Discharged Feb. 6, 1865. 

William R. Stackpole of Hallowell, Co. F. 19th Inf. 
Mustered in Aug. 25, 1862. Age 19. In hospital in 1863. 
Discharged by order June 6, 1865. 

Charles A. Stackpole of Thomaston enlisted in 1862 in 
U. S. Navy. 

James D. Stackpole of Biddeford enlisted at Boston, 18 
July 1861, in U. S. Navy. Discharged 28 Mch. 1862, at 
Brooklyn, N. Y., for disability, on account of injury re- 
ceived to left knee Aug. 1861. He had been in the Navy in 
the Mexican War and was present at the bombardment of 
Vera Cruz. 


Albert F. Stackpole of Dover, Co. C. 18th Inf. Enlisted 
Sept. 14. Mustered in Sept. 20, 1864. Age 16. Musician. 
Mustered out June 10, 1865. He was at age of 15 in the 
Strafford Guards as musician. 

Charles H. Stackpole of Dover, Co. K. 7th Inf. Enl. 
Aug. 14. Mustered in Aug. 18, 1861. Age 19. Wounded 
May 13, 1864 at Drury's Bluff, Va. Promoted corporal. 
Discharged May 9, 1865. 

George K. Stackpole of Dover, Co. F. 7th Inf. Enl. Oct. 
15. Mustered in Nov. 7, 1861. Age 25. Drummer. Mus- 
tered out Dec. 27, 1864. 

Andrew J. Stackpole of New Castle, Co. C. 13th Inf. 
Enl. Aug. 22. Mustered in Sept. 19, 1862. Age 29. 


George L. Stackpole of Tuftonborough, Co. L. 1st Regt. 
Heavy Artillery. Mustered in Sept. 20, 1864. Age 20. 
Mustered out June 15, 1865. 

John T. Stackpole of Portsmouth. Enlisted Jan. 21, 

1862, as fireman. Served on U. S. S. "Kearsarge." Dis- 
charged Nov. 30, 1864. 

Josiah Stackpole of Dover, Co. K. 7th Inf. Enl. Dec. 3, 
1861. Age 27. Promoted 1st Sergeant May 20, 1864. Dis- 
charged Dec. 13, 1864. Term ex. 


Joseph Lewis Stackpole, of Boston, commissioned Capt. 
in 24 Mass. Regt. Sept. 2, 1861 ; major and judge advocate 
July 10, 1863; brevet lieutenant-colonel March 13, 1865. 
Resigned April 20, 1865. 

Oliver B. Stackpole of Weymouth, Mass., born in Thom- 
aston. Me. Enlisted in Co. A. 42d Mass. Regt. Sept. 3, 1862. 
Discharged Aug. 20, 1863. Time expired. Died Aug. 23, 

1863. Age 30. 

William Stackpole of Ipswich enlisted in 4th Mass. Regt. 
in 1863 at age of 16, being the youngest in the Regt. 

Charles A. Stackpole of Boston, Co. G. 57th Regt. Vol. 
Inf. Mustered in 4 March 1864. Age 31. Mustered out 
30 July 1865. 

Albert Stackpole, 20th Regt. Inf. Co. I. from Nantucket. 
Age 18. Mustered in 18 July 1861. Died of wounds at 
Ball's Bluff, Va., 21 Oct. 1861. 

Samuel Stackpole of Lynn, Co. I. 8th Regt. Inf. Mus- 
tered in 25 Sept. 1862. Age 23. Transferred to Co. D. 22 
Oct. 1862. Term expired 7 Aug. 1863. 

Timothy Stackpole of Lynn, Co. B. 4th Regt. of Heavy 
Artillery. Mustered in 18 Aug. 1864. Age 42. Term Exp. 
17 June 1865. 

George H. Stackpole of Lynn, Co. B. 4th Regt. of Heavy 
Artillery. Mustered in 18 Aug. 1864. Age 21. Term Exp. 

17 June 1865. 

Albert A. Stackpole of Boston, Co. D. 3d Regt. of Heavy 
Artillery. Mustered in 14 Aug. 1863. Age 28. Term Exp. 

18 Sept. 1865. 


Stephen Stackpole of Saugus, Co. A. 40th Regt. Inf. 
Mustered in 23 Aug. 1862. Age 21. Transferred 15 Dec. 
1864 to V. R. C. 

Daniel Stackpole of Haverhill, Co. G. 30th Regt. Inf. 
Mustered in 2 Nov. 1861. Age 45. Discharged for dis- 
ability 2 Jan. 1862. 

Edwin A. Stackpole of Watertown, Co. K. 5th Regt. Inf. 
Mustered in 19 Sept. 1862. Age 21. Term Exp. 2 July 

Edwin A. Stackpole of Newburyport, Co. A. 2d Regt. 
Cav. Mustered in 14 Feb. 1865. Age 21. Term Exp. 20 
July 1865. 

Frederick W. Stackpole of Roxbury, Co. G. 45th Regt. 
Inf. Mustered in 26 Sept. 1862. Age 21. Term Exp. 7 
July 1863. 

James W. Stackpole of Chicopee, Corporal. Co. D. 46th 
Regt. Inf. Mustered in 25 Sept. 1862. Age 20. Term Exp. 
29 June 1863. 

Joseph Stackpole of Chicopee, Co. F. 1st Regt. Cav. Age 
26. Mustered in 6 Aug. 1862. Re-enlisted 20 Dec. 1863. 
Term Exp. 26 June 1865. 

Tobias Stackpole of Lawrence, Co. K. 1st Regt. Heavy 
Artillery. Mustered in 5 July 1861. Age 35. Re-enlisted 
27 Nov. 1863. 

James B. Stackpole of Boston, Co. C. 1st Regt. Heavy 
Artillery. Mustered in 24 July 1862. Age 21. Term Exp. 
8 July 1864. 

Benjamin F. Stackpole, Lowell, Co. A. First Battalion of 
Frontier Cav. Mustered in 30 Dec. 1864. Age 18. Term 
Exp. 30 July 1865. 

John Stackpole of Lowell, Co. C. 50th Inf. Mustered in 
15 Nov. 1862. Age 25. Term Exp. 24 March 1863. Re-en- 
listed in 1st Battalion of Heavy Artillery, Co. D. Mustered 
in 16 Dec. 1863. Age 26. Term Exp. 12 Sept. 1865. 

Albert S. Stackpole of Lowell, Co. G. 6th Inf. Mustered 
in 31 Aug. 1862. Age 20. Term Exp. 3 June 1863. Was in 
five engagements, including the siege of Suffolk, where he 
was under fire every day for over three weeks. 


William T. Stackpole of Lowell, Co. B. 6th Inf. Mus- 
tered in 31 Aug. 1862. Age 18. Term Exp. 3 June 1863. 
Re-enlisted in 15th Battery of Light Artillery. Mustered 
in 28 Dec. 1863. Age 18. Term Expired 4 Aug. 1865. 

James A. Stackpole of Lowell, 7th Battery of Light 
Artillery. Mustered in 14 June 1862. Age 18. Term Exp. 
13 June 1865. 

William A. Stackpole of Lowell, Co. C. 5th Inf. Mus- 
tered in 23 July 1864. Age 18. Term Exp. 16 Nov. 1864. 

Emilus Stackpole of Lowell, Co. C. 6th Inf. Mustered 
in 22 April 1861. Age 37. Term Exp. 2 Aug. 1861. 

George Stackpole of Greenwich, 1st Regt. Cav. Mus- 
tered in 25 March 1864. Age 21. "Never joined for 


Obed Stackpole was in Co. D. 18th Penn. Cavalry. 
Fought at Gettysburg. Died of starvation in the prison of 
Belle Isle. 

Charles Augustus Stackpole enlisted in a Penn. Regt. 

William Stackpole, 18th Penn. Regt. Died 6 Nov. 1863 
of typhoid fever. Buried in Richmond National Cemetery. 

Charles Stackpole served during the Civil War in the 22d 
Ohio Inf. and 5th Ohio Cavalry. 

Thomas Stackpole was Captain of Co. D. 19th Ohio 
Regt., having raised the company. 

William Stackpole enlisted Sept. 1862 in the 75th 111. 
Regt. Died in the Hospital at Louisville, Ky., 4 Dec. 1862. 

Charles F. Stackpole of Rockingham, Vt., enlisted 30 
Dec. 1864. Discharged at New Haven, Conn., 26 Jan 1865. 
Unassigned recruit. 

Paul Stackpole of Colchester, Vt., enlisted 5 May 1864 
in 12th U. S. Inf. Discharged 3 Dec. 1864. 

Henry Stackpole of Stockbridge, Vt., enlisted Dec. 1864. 
Served on board the "Connecticut" and the "Shamokin." 
Discharged 29 Jan. 1868. 

Thomas Stackpole was private in Co. F. 1st Heavy Artil- 
lery of R. I. Mustered in 21 July 1862. Mustered out at 
Richmond, Va., 7 June 1865. 


Richard Stackpole was 1st Sergeant in 15th U. S. Inf. 
of R. L, Co. B. from 25 Oct. 1865 till 25 Oct. 1868. 

George Stackpole, born in Ireland 21 Sept. 1835, wheel- 
wright, enlisted in 1861 in Co. E. 9th N. Y. Regt. Wounded 
at Cold Harbor 3 June 1864. Discharged Sept. 1864. Died 
at the Military Home at Togus, Me., 10 Mch. 1893. 

James Barton Stackpole enlisted in Co. C. 78th Penn. 
Vols. Died of small-pox in the Military Hospital at Nash- 
ville, Tenn., 23 Mch. 1865. 

The World War 

The following is a list, so far as it can be gathered now, 
of those who served in the World War, as it is called. 

Rev. Markham Winslow Stackpole was commissioned 
First Lieut. 5 Aug. 1917. Chaplain of 102nd Field Artil- 
lery, 26th Division, from August 1917 to October 1918 and 
from 20 March to 29 April 1919. Senior Base Chaplain, 
Base Section 6, Marseilles, Nov. 1918 to March 1919. 
Served in Toul Sector, Chateau Thierry offensive, St. Mihiel 
and Meuse offensive. Commissioned Captain 21 March 
1919. Discharged 29 April 1919. Awarded French Croix 
de Guerre. 

Pierpont Langley Stackpole was commissioned as Sec- 
ond Lieutenant Field Artillery August 15, 1917, after 
Plattsburg Training Camp, and forthwith detailed as cas- 
ual officer to join A. E. F. ; officer-student at Field Artillery 
School at Saumur October-November; detailed as Artillery 
officer at Air Service Headquarters, Chaumont, December 
and January 1918; January 20, 1918 detailed as Senior Aide 
to Major-General H. Liggett then assuming duties of organ- 
izing and training First American Army Corps; continued 
as A. D. C. while General Liggett commanded First Army 
Corps through the Marne defensive and Aisne-Marne offen- 
sive (July and August), the St. Mihiel offensive (Septem- 
ber) and Meuse-Argonne offensive (September and Octo- 
ber) ; on October 12th went as A. D. C. with Lieutenant- 
General Liggett then assuming command of the First Amer- 
ican Army during the remainder of the Meuse-Argonne of- 


fensive October 12-November 11; continued after the 
Armistice as A. D. C. to Lieutenant-General Liggett com- 
manding First Army November 11 to May 1, 1919 and 
Third Army (Army of Occupation) in Germany May 1 to 
July 2, returning to U. S. late in July, 1919 and continuing 
as A. D. C. to Lieutenant-General Liggett in this country 
until discharged on August 28, 1919. 

Promoted First Lieutenant, F. A., February 22, 1918; 
Captain, F. A., May 4, 1918 ; Lieutenant-Colonel, F. A., Oc- 
tober 16, 1918; discharged as Lieutenant-Colonel, F. A., 
August 28, 1919. 

Distinctions : Distinguished Service Medal (American) ; 
Officer's Grade, Order of the Crown (Belgian) ; Citation of 
Commander-in-Chief (American) ; Cross of the Black Star 
(French) Officer's Grade. 

Everett Birney Stackpole of Seattle was the first alum- 
nus of Bowdoin College to enlist. In August, 1914, he went 
to Victoria, B. C, and enlisted in a Canadian Regt. In 
December of that year he was selected with others to be 
attached to the Princess Patricia Light Infantry in Europe. 
He arrived just too late to take part in their first battle, in 
which that Regt. was almost annihilated. He was trans- 
ferred to the Canadian Scottish Regt. and served in France 
and Belgium. While in the trench on duty he was wounded, 
29 Aug. 1915, by the explosion of a shell that struck six feet 
from him. His nerves were so shattered that after linger- 
ing some months in hospitals and on furlough he was hon- 
orably discharged for disability. He went to the training 
camp at Plattsburg and was commissioned First Lieut. He 
served as Assistant Adjutant for the second officers' train- 
ing camp. At his request he was then transferred to be 
First Lieut, of Infantry, Intelligence Section, in the Na- 
tional Army. After three weeks of instruction at Wash- 
ington he was sent to France, where he served till the end 
of the war, having been promoted to the rank of Captain. 

Edward James Stackpole Jr. attended Plattsburg 
Army Training Camp, July 1915, as corporal, and 
July 1916 as platoon sergeant. Commissioned 2nd Lieu- 
tenant Infantry, in the Officers' Reserve Corps, after exam- 



ination at Governor's Island, Dec. 1916. Ordered to active 
duty as commissioned officer and assistant instructor at 1st 
Officers' Training Camp, Madison Barracks, New York, 8 
May 1917. Commissioned Captain of Infantry after three 
months' training, 15 Aug. 1917. Ordered to duty at Camp 
Dix, N. J., but transferred immediately to Pennsylvania 
troops at Camp Hancock, Augusta, Ga. Assigned to Fourth 
Infantry before the 28th Division was reorganized. Ap- 
pointed Brigade and later 28th Division Bayonet Instructor, 
which work he continued until the Division was ordered 
over seas, when he was transferred to command of Com- 
pany M. 110th Infantry. Sailed from Hoboken, N. J., 3 
May 1918, for Calais, France, via Liverpool, Eng. In train- 
ing with British until end of June 1918. In action second 
battle of Marne from July 14 to September 5, when he was 
severely wounded and sent to hospital at Chateau Thierry 
and later to a base hospital at Paris. Returned on U. S. 
Hospital Ship Mercy, arriving at New York, 11 Dec. 1918. 
Still under treatment for wounds Sept. 1920 at Walter 
Reed Hospital in Washington. Was wounded three 
times, by aeroplane bomb, hand grenade, and machine gun 
fire. After crossing the Vesle near Baslieux was wounded 
in both legs by machine gun bullets. Under constant fire 
from 10 o'clock in the morning until carried back from the 
battlefield at 9 o'clock in the evening. Awarded Distin- 
guished Service Cross by General Pershing with this cita- 
tion: "In action near Magneux, France, 24 Aug. 1918. Di- 
rected to advance to a new position he led his men forward 
with great gallantry although painfully wounded in the 
back and leg by shell fragments. He remained on duty with 
his men, inspiring them with his courage and coolness to 
hold a difficult position against a terrific twenty-four hour 
attack of the enemy". He was with three others decorated 
by U. S. Army officers in presence of Governor Sproul and 
great assemblage. 

Had been recommended for majority when wounded and 
disabled for further service. 

Appointed 1919 by Governor Sproul Commander of the 
8th Regt, Pa. National Guard with rank of Colonel. 


Albert Hummel Stackpole enlisted 21 May 1917 at 
New Haven, Conn., and was sent to Fort Myer, Va., 
being assigned to Battery D, Third Field Artillery, U. S. 
Army. June 15, 1917 he was transferred to Battery A, 
Twelfth Field Artillery. He spent the summer at Camp 
Asaph, Va., as private, corporal and sergeant. Transferred 
9 Oct. 1917 to Second Field Artillery Headquarters as Sup- 
ply Sergeant, then awaiting transportation overseas at Gov- 
ernor's Island, N. Y. Debarked at Brest, France, 26 Dec. 

1917, spending several weeks with the French Army study- 
ing flash and sound ranging in the Champagne Sector near 
Rheims. Back to his brigade and the Second U. S. Regular 
Division in March 1918, when that Division took the line 
near Verdun. Sent to Saumur Artillery School 1 April 

1918, where after three months' intensive training he was 
commissioned 2nd Lieutenant and transferred to 113th Field 
Artillery at Camp Coetquidan near Nantes. Spent several 
weeks at Tours with the aerial observers. Took part in the 
St. Mihiel offensive and the Argonne drive. In constant 
service till the armistice, 11 Nov. 1918 and with the Army 
of Occupation at Treves and Luxembourg until 7 Jan. 1919. 
Then back to Toul and LeMans until 7 March. Embarked 
at St. Nazaire 9 March, landing at Newport News, Va., 20 
March. Discharged at Camp Dix, N. J., 28 March 1919. 
Resumed staff position on Harrisburg Telegraph after 
spring term at Yale. 

Phihp West Stackpole sailed for France 5 May 1917 and 
was in ambulance service six months in the French Army. 
Then joined the Corps of the American Red Cross. Com- 
missioned First Lieut, in the A. E. F. Made Assistant 
Chief of the Motor Transport Corps of the American Red 
Cross, with rank of Captain, Nov. 1917. Returned 23 Dec. 

Miner R. Stackpole of Sanford, Me., served in the Engi- 
neers' Officers' Training Corps, Camp Humphreys, Va. 

Charles Vassar Stackpole of Lynn, Mass., served nine 
months in the Coast Artillery at Fort Washington as Ser- 

Roscoe F. Stackpole of Sanford, Me., served twelve 



months in France in the 54th Artillery, C. G. C, repairing 

Charles Everett Stackpole, born at Covington, Ky., 
served eight years in U. S. Navy. On board the San Fran- 
cisco he saw service at Vera Cruz and received honorable 
mention. His second enlistment was as Instructor at Du- 
luth, Minn. Later he was on U. S. S. Charleston, which 
convoyed 40,000 men without any loss. He was dis- 
charged as Chief Water Tender, 31 Jan. 1920. 

Lieut. Harry Stackpole Conrad of Pennsylvania served 
in the Aviation Section, at Babylon, N. Y. 

Private Melvin H. Hubbard of Unity, Me., Battery C, 
102nd Field Artillery, A. E. F. 

Private Edgar Grover of Portsmouth, N. H., Company 
E, 30th Engineers, A. E. F. Later in the 1st Gas Regt. 

Preston Stackpole Fay of Framingham, Mass., served at 
Camp Wadsworth, South Carolina. 

Edward Arnold Pope entered the Officers' training camp 
at Fort Benjamin Harrison, Ind., 27 Aug. 1917 and was 
commissioned Captain of Infantry 27 Nov. He served with 
the 128th Depot Brigade, Camp Sherman, 0., from 15 Dec. 
1917 to 1 June 1918 ; as Capt. with 802nd Pioneer Infantry 
from 1 June 1918 to 1 Aug. 1919. He was with the A. E. F. 
in France from 13 Sept. 1918 to 28 June 1919. Returned 
12 July 1919. Honorably discharged from Camp Sherman, 
O., 1 Aug. 1919. 

Edward Sohier Welch was enrolled in U. S. Naval Re- 
serve, Class 3, at New York 28 June 1917; reported for act- 
ive duty as Executive and Navigating officer, U. S. S. Guine- 
vere, a converted yacht, 3 July 1917. Sailed for Brest, 30 
July 1917, and served along the coast of France, convoying 
six weeks. Ordered 16 Oct. 1917 to report for duty on the 
staff of Admiral W. B. Fletcher as Patrol Officer at Brest, 
also commanding the U. S. S. Carola, 4th Base Barracks 
ship, from 6 Dec. 1917 to 20 Jan. 1918. Returned home in 
April 1918, owing to serious illness of his father. Placed 
on inactive duty 2 May 1918. Resignation accepted 11 July 


Yeoman 2/c, Paul Stackpole Clark of Melrose Highlands, 
Mass., U. S. Naval Reserves, Holyoke Wharf, Portland, Me. 

Archie Gegenheimer of Norton, Mass., Commissary De- 
partment, Submarine Base, New London, Conn. 

Wilfred P. Gegenheimer of Norton, Mass. Musician, 
Naval Band, Base 13. Later on battleship Buffalo. 

Harold H. Murphie, battery C, 110th Field Artillery, 
29th Division. Served two years, one of them in France. 

Captain Lucius Allyn Bostwick commanded U. S. S. 
South Dakota. 

Edward C. Twitchell was Lieut, of Artillery, serving 
during the war. Was decorated with the Croix de Guerre 
by the French Government. 

Archer Card Richards was Lieutenant in the Aviation 

Edward D. Callahan went to Camp Devens 5 Sept. 1917 
and was made Property Sergt., Co. E, 30th Supply Train. 
Sailed for France 15 July 1918. Promoted to Sergt., 1st 
Class. Arrived home 4 July 1919. Res., 18 Davis Ave., 
Campello, Mass. 

Vincent Fowler Pottle enlisted 27 Aug. 1917; discharged 
10 Dec. 1918. 1st Lieut., Air Service, 2nd Plattsburg Train- 
ing Camp. Instructor at School of Military Aeronautics, 
Ithaca, N. Y., and Wright Field, Ohio. On duty, office chief 
of Air Service, Washington, D. C. 

Arthur Warren Pottle enlisted 23 Aug. 1917 at San 
Francisco, Calif. ; discharged 26 Jan. 1919. With A. E. F. 
in France from 16 Aug. 1918 to 3 Jan. 1919. Served with 
Battery E, 144th Field Artillery, 40th Division. 

William Arthur Perrins Jr. enlisted in Troop A, 1st 
Squadron Cavalry of Mass. (in which organization his 
father served twenty-six years, being commander thirteen 
years and at his own request placed on the retired list with 
rank of Lieut.-Col.) His troop with others was converted 
into the 102nd Machine Gun Battalion, a part of the 26th 
Division. In Sept. 1917 this Battalion sailed for France. 
He was wounded on 7 June 1918 at Flivey and on 23 July 
1918 seriously wounded at Bois de Trugny, in the drive 
from Chateau Thierry, which halted the German advance. 


His wounds necessitated his remaining in hospitals and con- 
valescent camp till 21 Dec. 1918, when he rejoined his com- 
pany, remaining till he was discharged from the U. S. 
service at Camp Devens, 21 April 1919. 

Harold Dunning Morse did submarine patrol duty in 
European waters about one year, leaving the United States 
28 Dec. 1918 and honorably discharged at Philadelphia, Pa., 
3 Dec. 1919. He was first class machinist on the submarine. 
Res., Somerville, Mass. Member of the American Legion. 

Earl Foster Fillmore served at Camp Devens in clerical 

Philip W. Clark of Melrose Highlands, Seaman 2/c, 
U. S. Naval Reserve Unit, Mass, Institute Technology, 
Cambridge, Mass. 

Fred Robinson of Medford, private in infantry. 

Edwin E. Stackpole, Boston, Sergeant in Second Com- 
pany, Fort Wright, N. Y. 


Oxford University 

Andrew Douglass Stacpoole, 1st son of John Massy, 
Brighton, Sussex, arm. New Coll. Matric. 23 March, 
1825, aged 18. B.A. 1829. M.A. 1832; fellow 1825-52; 
dean of divinity 1832; of arts, 1843; bursar, 1844; sub- 
warden, 1847 ; proctor, 1843. Vicar of Writtle Essex, 1851 
until his death, 15 March, 1884. 

Francis Alexander Stacpoole, 3d son of George Bosworth 
of Langharne, Carmarthen, gent. Worcester Coll. 
Matric. 16 March 1843. Aged 19. 

George Stacpoole, son of Francis of Cork (city) Ireland, 
arm. Christ Church. Matric. 27 Feb. 1753, aged 15. 

William Wentworth Stacpoole, son of William of South- 
ampton, Hants, arm. Worcester Coll. Matric. 17 July, 
1817, aged 18. 

Trinity College, Dublin 
William Stacpoole B.A., 1766. 

George Wilham Stacpoole, B.A. 1792, LL.B. 1795, LL.D. 

William Henry Stacpoole B. A. 1809, M. A. 1815, D.D. 

George Marshall Stacpoole, B.A. 1834. 

William Church Stacpoole B. A. 1842, LL.B. & LL.D. 
1849, B.D. & D.D. 1869. 

William Henry Stacpoole B.A. 1870, LL.B. & LL.D. 


college alumni 335 

Harvard University 

William Stackpole 1798. 
Joseph Lewis Stackpole 1824. 
Joseph Lewis Stackpole 1857. 
William Stackpole 1863. 
Stephen Henry Stackpole 1866. 
Frederick Dabney Stackpole 1873. 
Joseph Lewis Stackpole 1895. 
George Edmund Stackpole 1866, M.D. 
Pierpont Langley Stackpole 1897. 
William Stackpole 2d 1898. 
Stephen Theodore Stackpole 1907. 

Colgate University 
Markham Winslow Stackpole 1895, A.B. Harvard 1896. 


Paul A. Stackpole 1843, M.D. A.M. honorary. 
George Frank Stackpole 1872. 
Philip West Stackpole 1916. 

Columbia Law School 

Henry W. Stackpole 1877. 
R. Augustine Stacpoole 1887. 

BowDOiN College 

James Stackpole 1819. 
Everett S. Stackpole 1871. 
William Henry Stackpole 1886. 
Everett Birney Stackpole 1900. 

Wesleyan University 
Charles Henry Stackpole 1886. 

336 stackpole family 

Allegheny College 
Elbridge Greer Stackpole. 

College of Montana 
Morrill Dow Stackpole 1895. 

Wellesley College 
Syrena H. Stackpole 1909. 

Edward James Stackpole Jr. 1915. 


The philosophers tell us that the only way to know any- 
thing is to learn its relations. The Stackpoles of America 
want to know themselves and so they try to get acquainted 
with their relations. To do this a Stackpole Association 
has been formed and every Stackpole and descendant of a 
Stackpole, however the surname may be spelled, is consid- 
ered a member of the Association, whether the annual due 
of twenty-five cents be paid or not. The Association holds 
an annual reunion in the last week in August. The first 
one was at the old homestead in Rollinsford, N. H., 24 
August 1898. The meetings since that date have been, in 
order, at Central Park, Somersworth, N.H., Lily Pond Park, 
Saugus, Mass., Old Orchard Beach, Maine, the Old Home- 
stead again, "The Pines", Haverhill, Mass., the Marshall 
House, York Harbor, Maine, Sea View Hotel, Hampton 
Beach, N. H., two years in succession, the Old Homestead 
again, Central Park, Somersworth, N. H., Cape Porpoise, 
Maine, the Moulton House, Dunstan's Corner, Maine, The 
Champernowne, Kittery Point, Maine, Durham, N. H., the 
Lawrence House, Hampton Beach, N. H., the Fairbanks 
Homestead, Dedham, Mass., the Fairmount House, York 
Beach, Maine, Central Park, Somersworth, N. H., Old 
Orchard Beach, Maine, the Sea Breeze, Portsmouth, N. H. 
and the Sea View Hotel, Hampton Beach, N. H. 
From fifty to one hundred and fifty have met at these an- 
nual gatherings. Family ties have been strengthened. 
Valuable acquaintances have been made. Sympathy and 
help have been extended to some who were sick and aged. 
Our forefathers have been duly honored. Patriotism has 
been stirred. Ambitions for higher education and increased 


usefulness have been aroused. The annual reunion has 
been for many a day of rare enjoyment and uplift of spirit. 
Not all the Stackpoles are rich, though very few have 
been poor. The Reunions recognize no difference in rank 
nor in property. We are a pure democracy, brothers and 
sisters in one family. Character and achievement are all 
that count with us. We never think to ask to what political 
party or to what church one of our number belongs. We 
belong to the human race and especially to the Stackpole 
part of it. Those who can not come because of distance, ill 
health or other good reasons are asked to send letters to 
cheer the rest. "Come thou with us and we will do thee 


Persons surnamed Stakepol, Stacpoole, Stacpole, and Stackpole. 

Abraham 42 
Adam 40 
Agnes 42 
Andrew 42 
David 40 
Elias 42 
Elidyr 17, 18, 20, 21, 

26, 30, 36, 39, 37 
Eustace 30 
Henry 44 
Isabella 19, 34, 41 
James 41 
Joanna 19, 36 
John 31, 36, 41, 42, 44 
Lucy 33 
Maurice 43 
Mary 40 

Margaret 19, 34, 41 
Nicholas 43 
Patrick 43 
Peter 41 
Philip 17, 31, 32, 33, 

36, 42 
Roger 43 
Richard 17, 21, 22, 26, 

33, 34, 36, 42 
Robert 17, 23, 24, 25, 

36, 43, 44 
Thomas 43 
Walter 43, 44 
William 17, 23, 36, 42, 



Alice 48 

Andrew 48, 49, 334 
Annie 314 
Charles 48 
Charles L. 318 
Charles W. 318 
Christopher 314 
Clement 48 
Edith 317 

Eliza 314 
Ellison 315 
Ellen 318 
Florence 48 
Frances 314 
Francis 314 
Francis A. 334 
Frank B. 315 
Frank W. 317 
George 35, 47, 48, 334 
George H. 49 
George W. 314 
Geraldine 48 
Harvey 318 
Henry J. 315 
Henry de Vere 48 
John 48, 317, 315 
Leonard 45 
Levi 318 
Lizzie E. 315 
Mary L. 315 
Maurice 44 
Mina B. 48 
Norah D. 49 
Olive 317 

Richard 47, 48, 314 
Richard A. 315, 335 
Richard H. 49 
Richard J. 48 
Robert 47 
William 49, 334 
William C. 48, 334 
William H. 48, 49, 334 


Aaron 67, 106 
Abigail 67, 94 
Absalom 111 
Anne 71, 84 
Andrew 106 
Augustus 69 
Bartholomew 45, 49 
Catherine 78 
Charles 103 
Clement 46 

Dorcas 69, 71 
Dymphna 46 
Elisha 82 
Ebenezer 67, 104 
George 47 
Henry 90 
Honor 84-6 
Horatio P. 315 
Ignatius 46 
James 90-92, 107, 315, 

45, 49, 50 
John 44, 45, 109 
Joanna 101 
Joseph 101 
Joshua 58, 86, 89, 

66-70, 71, 102 
Lucy 71 

Lydia 82, 84, 92, 101 
Margaret 64, 66, 71, 

72, 79, 80-84 
Martha 81 
Mary 105, 112 
Mercy 71, 72, 82, 90 
Molly 105 
Nathaniel 315 
Nicholas 50 
Otis 69, 84, 104 
Patrick 49 
Philip 45, 49, 50, 

54-64, 66, 71, 72, 

75-6, 93 
Polly 103 
Ruth 103 
Richard 45, 46 
Samuel 65, 66, 71, 86, 

89, 101 
Sarah 82, 84, 87, 92, 

103, 104 
Sobriety 104 
Stephen 64, 69, 71, 123 
Tanisen 102 
Thomas 45, 49, 316 
Tobias 67, 105, 123 
William 67, 71, 79, 82, 

93, 108 
William W. 69 




Aaron 112, 123, 132, 

212, 213, 319, 321 
Abbie 134, 274 
Abbie L. 221 
Abbie M. 275 
Abiel 96 

Abigail 112, 151, 249 
Abigail A. 198 
Absalom 134, 319, 321 
Ada A. 288 
Ada E. 272 
Ada F. 191 
Adelia 265 
Albert 119 
Albert A. 129, 265, 

Albert D. 244 
Albert H. 252, 330 
Albert L. 191 
Albert J. 292 
Albert O. 285 
Albert P. 250 
Albert S. 195, 196, 

Albert T. 260 
Albert W. 289, 301 
Alfred 161 
Alfred L. 302 
Alfred T. 225 
Alice 296 
Alice D. 221 
Alice E. 286 
Alice F. 293 
Alice M. 275 
Alden 148 
Alexander 131, 170, 

274, 277, 322 
Alonzo 132, 183, 188 
Almon H. 299 
Alton M. 173 
Almeda E. 120 
Amos 171 
Amos A. 289, 322 
Amelia H. 148 
Amanda M. 287 
Andrew 87, 88, 98, 

117, 320, 321 
Andrew J. 120, 283, 

Andrew N. 191 
Angela V. 225 
Angelia 223 
Ann 100, 120, 153 
Ann E. 172, 201 
Ann M. 173 

Anna E. 175, 255 
Anna J. 283 
Anna S. 202 
Anna M. 244, 300 
Annie D. 260 
Annie E. 197, 275 
Annie F. 282 
Annie L. 302 
Annie W. 194 
Annie B. 125 
Ansel G. 299 
Armena M. 256 
Arthur 195 
Arthur B. 289 
Arthur C. 299 
Arthur E. 195 
Arthur F. 294, 299 
Arthur J. 292, 302 
Arthur H. 196 
Augustus 129, 178 
Augustus D. 178 
Augustus J. 129, 322 
Augustus M. 304, 264 
Atwood 304 
Austin A. 196 
Avis V. 260 
Azuba 286 

Barbara 307 
Beatrice 292 
Belle 292 
Benjamin 152, 251, 

Benjamin C. 254 
Benjamin F. 147, 252, 

Benjamin H. 291 
Benjamin W. 256 
Berekiah 150 
Bernice M. 243 
Bertha 148, 287 
Bertha E. 251 
Bertha M. 198 
Bertha L. 247 
Bertie 303 
Bethiah 98 
Betsey 108, 132, 160, 

Beulah 286 
Blanche 292 
Brian 100, 120 
Bryant W. 301 
Burton O. 200 

Caroline 116, 

147, 294 
Caroline D. 108 


Caroline C. 311 
Carolyn M. 291 
Caroline E. 254 
Carlotta E. 178 
Carrie B. 187, 283 
Carrie M. 259, 291 
Carrie R. 186 
Catherine 130, 143, 

169, 171 
Carroll 301 
Cecil 277 
Cecil T. 273 
Charity 132 
Charles 127, 128, 156, 

157, 173, 188, 237, 

Charles A. 122, 219, 

221, 287, 273, 243, 

323, 324 
Charles B. 310 
Charles C. 166, 247 
Charles D. 183 
Charles E. 163, 293, 

188, 247, 271, 331 
Charles F. 193, 251, 

267, 302 
Charles H. 128, 164, 

178, 245, 297, 182, 

196, 235, 237, 253, 

277, 285, 298, 300, 

335, 323 
Charles L. 190, 244, 

301, 303 
Charles M. 244 
Charles 0. 182, 288 
Charles P. 168, 257 
Charles S. 157, 275, 

254, 257, 291 
Charles T. 259, 282, 

Charles V. 302, 330 
Charles W. 274, 276 
Chester 299 
Charlotte 160 
Charlotte M. 254 
Clara 179, 180, 277, 

Clara E. 295 
Clara G. 252 
Clara J. 269 
Clarence H. 286 
Clementine 162 
Cora 267 
Cora B. 200 
Cornelius 133, 200, 

Cynthia 200 



Cyrus 161, 294 

Daisy 255 
Daniel 123, 325 
Daniel W. 322 
David 236 
David A. 186 
David D. 140, 221 
David P. 187 
Dayton 253 
Deborah 139 
Delbert 266 
Delbert A. 305, 321 
Delia T. 268 
Dominicus 156 
Donald C. 310 
Donald H. 293 
Dorcas 244 
Doris A. 278 
Dortha 306 
Douglass 121, 320 

E. Maude 198 
Earl 303 
Earle P. 301 
Ebenezer 130, 177, 319 
Eber 256 
Edgar 199 
Edgar C. 194 
Edgar L. 302 
Edith 297, 304, 315 
Edith C. 273 
Edith M. 244 
Edmond 125, 183 
Edna L. 198 
Edna N. 271 
Edward 221 
Edward B. 223 
Edward E. 270 
Edward J. 310, 311, 

328, 336 
Edward H. H. 310 
Edward L. 225, 272 
Edward P. 244 
Edward S. 279 
Edward W. 259 
Edwin A. 183, 325 
Edwin E. 263, 333 
Edwin F. 199, 293 
Edwin J. 300 
Edwin L. 157 
Edwin M. 247, 299, 

Effie 162 
Effie R. 266 
Egbert 317 
Elias 119 

Elisha 103 
Elijah B. 246 
Elbridge G. 265, 266, 

Elkanah 133, 295 
Eliza 124, 139, 155, 

176, 199 
Eliza A. 283 
Eliza J. 126, 249 
Elizabeth 87, 165, 198, 

Elizabeth A. 148, 223 
Elizabeth B. 188 
Elizabeth D. 237 
Elizabeth E. 153 
Elizabeth F. 118 
Elizabeth J. 267 
Elizabeth M. 288 
Elizabeth V. 296 
Ella C. 310 
Ella E. 300 
Ella J. 185, 187 
Ella M. 256, 274 
Ellen A. 184, 258 
Ellen E. 254 
Ellen F. 251 
Ellen L. 242 
Ellis M. 224, 226 
Ellora 158 
Ellsworth 185 
Elmer E. 250 
Elmer R. 252, 271 
Elmira L. 173 
Emeline D. 
Emeline W. 161 
Emily 160, 166 
Emily D. 208 
Emily M. C. 163 
Emma 283 
Emma B. 288 
Emma E. 181, 188 
Emma F. 166 
Emma L. 259 
Emma N. 293 
Emma G. 193 
Emilus E. 183 
Emulus 264, 326 
Emulus A. 183 
Ernest 265 
Ernest E. 191 
Esther 152, 155 
Esther A. 151, 154 
Ethel 255, 304 
Ethel C. 299 
Ethel E. 274 
Ethel G. 181 
Ethel H. 260 

Ethel L. 295 
Ethel M. 299, 196 
Ethel F. 292 
Etta B. 299 
Etta L. 266 
Eugene 199, 322 
Eugene B. 274 
Eugene F. 274 
Eunice 96, 106, 123, 

130, 180 
Eunice C. 183 
Eunice G. 149 
Everett B. 241, 328, 

Everett S. 238-240, 

Evelyn R. 243 
Ezekiel 154, 321 
Ezra S. 247 

Fannie 269 
Fannie A. 235 
Fannie L. 276 
Florence 285 
Florence B. 286, 243 
Florence M. 278 
Florence O. 285 
Floriana 180 
Frances 129, 154 
Frances A. 165, 265 
Frances B. 219 
Frances H. 223 
Frances I. 295 
Frances L. 213 
Francis 47 
Frank 246, 250, 269 
Frank A. 149, 187 
Frank C. 292 
Frank C. C. 292, 304 
Frank E. 260, 295, 297 
Frank H. 246 
Frank M. 272 
Frank T. 195 
Frank V. 295 
Franklin H. 252 
Fred A. 191 
Fred E. 201, 286 
Fred G. 272 
Fred H. 192, 289 
Fred L. 300 
Fred P. 248 
Fred R. 277 
Fred W. 289 
Frederic T. 294 
Frederic W. 294 
Frederick 149 
Frederick A. H. 247, 



Frederick D. 208, 335 
Frederick E. 183 
Frederick H. 256 
Frederick L. 246 
Frederick W. 149, 325 
Freedom C. 248 
Freeland 263 
Fremont 269 
Freeman 294 

George 118, 126, 154, 

164, 180, 221 
George A. 254, 256 
George B. 274 
George D. 278 
George E. 158, 168, 

185, 248, 284, 287, 

George F. 72, 181, 

297, 309, 335 
George J. 128 
George I. 250 
George K. 283, 323 
George L. 285, 286, 

294, 324 
George M. 277 
George H. 214, 259, 

301, 324 
George R. 
George S. 301 
George T. 270, 311 
George W. 170, 198, 

Georgie A. 251 
Georgie R. 270 
Georgianna 181, 302 
Georgianna H. 
Gertrude 302 
Gerald H. 301 
Geraldine F. 168 
Gilman P. 192 
Gladys 236 
Gladys G. 286 
Gladys M. 271, 301 
Grace 297, 304 
Grace A. 164 
Grace E. 322 
Grace H. 137 
Grace H. G. 137 
Grace I. 289 
Grace L. 288 
Grace M. 303 
Grace T. 214 
Greenleaf 171, 276 
Greenleaf W. 188 
Guy B. 271 

Hallie E. 295 
Hannah 87, 95, 101, 

125, 132, 135, 152, 

198, 234 
Hannah C. 311, 310 
Hannah E. 164, 187, 

213, 252 
Harold 252 
Hanson 147 
Harriet 116, 129, 168, 

Harriet A. 171, 246 
Harriet B. 117 
Harriet E. 133, 267, 

Harriet M. 242 
Harriet S. 149 
Harriet T. 161 
Harris 199, 200 
Harris G. 304, 264 
Harry C. 310, 313 
Harry E. 285, 289 
Harry F. 192 
Harry W. 260 
Harry L. 300 
Harry M. 270 
Harrison 313 
Harvey M. 281 
Harvey DeB. 280 
Hattie 244 
Hattie M. 201, 285 
Hazel T. 237 
Helen 160 
Helen A. 284 
Helen B. 225 
Helen C. 185 
Helen D. 186 
Helen E. 252, 265 
Helen L. 141, 274 
Helen M. 148, 196, 

271, 273, 278 
Henriett 225 
Henriett M. 225 
Henry 127, 269, 296, 

Henry A. 246 
Henry C. 244 
Henry H. 178, 265, 

Henry P. Ill 
Henry R. 235 
Henry N. 297 
Henry W. 276, 335 
Herman H. 112 
Herman N. 291 
Hill 267 

Hiram 115, 265 
Hiram D. 300 
Hiram H. 149 
Herbert J. 252 
Honora 315 
Horace H. 266 
Horace W. 266, 275 
Howard A. 286 
Hovirard E. 272 
Howard L. 272, 290 
Howard T. 289 
Howard V. 241 
Howland 270 
Huldah 98, 167 

Ichabod 156 
Ida 246 
Ida L. 268 
Ida M. 263, 299, 304 
Ina M. 266 
Irving 251 
Irving A. 277 
Irving L. 292 
Irwin C. 273 
Irene A. 299 
Irma I. 295 
Irma F, 301 
Isaac 114, 241 
Isaac K. 187 
Isaac R. 187 
Isaac S. 163 
Isabella 148 
Isabella G. 163 
Isadore 163 
Isadora D. 269 
Ivory 112, 124 

Jacob E. 168 

James 87, 95, 132, 150, 

111, 116, 155, 161, 

189, 197, 201, 214, 

251, 255, 306, 307, 

320, 335 
James A. 251, 326 
James A. C. 252 
James B. 251, 309, 

325, 327 
James C. 295, 323 
James D. 179 
James E. 316 
James H. 272, 292, 

311, 313 
James S. 309 
James W. 171, 213, 

Jane 118, 132 
Jane D. Ill, 171 



Jane L. 129 
Jane W. 258 
Jemima 180 
Jennie D. 201 
Jennie L. 214 
Jennie M. 310 
Jennie W. 259, 291 
Jeremiah 214 
Jeannette 294 
Jessie M. 280 
Joan 119 
Joanna 132 
John 98, 76-8, 80, 86, 

87, 173, 177, 179, 

151, 129, 130, 249, 

271, 306, 319, 321, 

John A. 177 
John B. 248 
John C. 288 
John D. 139 
John E. 183 
John F. 162, 268, 271, 

300, 322 
John G. 253 
John H. 307 
John I. 316, 259 
John J. 242 
John L. 268 
John P. 277 
John Q. 191 
John R. 292 
John S. 293, 299 
John T. 259, 324 
John W. 181, 316 
John W. G. 207 
John M. 153, 243 
J. Perry 192 
Jonah C. 163 
Joseph 96, 118, 119, 

122, 160, 170, 180, 

319, 325 
Joseph A. 132, 273, 

Joseph B, 120, 285 
Joseph E. 171 
Joseph F. 181, 294 
Joseph H. 161, 251, 

Joseph J. 265 
Joseph L. 205, 206, 

295, 296, 335, 324 
Joseph P. 282 
Joseph S. 282 
Joseph Y. 99 
Josephine 119 
Josephine B. 214 

Josie L. 158 

Joshua 47, 124, 127, 

147, 179, 191, 320 
Joshua B. 192, 196 
Jotham 117, 162, 166 
Jotham H. 117 
Josiah 300, 324 
Josiah P. 128, 250 
Judith 108, 139 
Judith A. 253 
Julia 102 
Julia A. 146, 166 
Julia H. 265 
Julianna 117 

Kate C. 297 
Kate M. 260 
Kathleen 294 
Kathleen J. 295 
Kenneth 275, 287 
Kenneth A. 289 

Laura 134, 161, 269 
Lavina 174 
Lavina A. 191 
Lawrence N. 289 
LaForest 259 
Leander 213 
Lee J. 278 
Lena 265 
Leon E. 301 
Leon R. 270 
Leonard 123 
Leroy E. 287 
Lester O. 200 
Leva L. 275 
Lewis E. 187 
Lindus M. 303 
Lillian E. 288 
Lillian G. 294 
Lillian P. 266 
Lillie 268 
Lizzie A. 236 
Lizzie O. 213 
Lott B. 255, 302 
Lotta M. 288 
Lottie J. 267 
Lorenzo 194 
Lorenzo D. 182 
Lorenzo W. 291 
Louise 148 
Louise E. 274 
Lowell B. 255, 322 
Lucien 254 
Lucinda 166 
Lucy 128, 249 
Lucy A. 176 

Lucy P. 148 

Lucy S. 161 

Luella 158 

Lydia 124, 127, 142, 

150, 153, 173, 185 
Lydia A. 118, 187, 242 
Lydia M. 173 
Lydia P. 124 
Lydia F. 191 
Lydia W. 199 
Lyle H. 313 

Mame 295 
Mabel E. 302 
Mabel G. 292 
Mabel L. 257 
Mabel N. 201 
Mabelle J. 214 
Maggie 223 
Margaret 133, 153, 

293, 306, 307, 312 
Margaret A. 219 
Margaret C. 138 
Maria 175 
Maria L. 236, 159 
Mark H. 310 
Markham 245, 327, 

Marion C. 290 
Marion H. 254 
Marion J. 278 
Marion K. 278 
Marion T. 317 
Mariette 198 
Martha 98, 131, 181, 

255, 199, 235, 241 
Martha A. 150, 249, 

Martha D. 221 
Martha E. 252, 270 
Martha L. 181 
Martha M. 252 
Martha P. 164 
Mary 118, 139, 141, 

152, 166, 262, 305 
Mary A. 96, 155, 179, 

187, 190, 191, 250, 

290, 317 
Matilda J. 197 
Mary B. 141, 147, 225 
Mary C. 309 
Mary E. 157, 247, 261, 

264, 311 
Mary F. 161, 165, 251 
Mary G. 274 
Mary J. 125, 163, 195, 




Mary L. 163, 199, 201, 

241 248 
MaryM. 162, 194, 214 
Mary H. 280 
Mary R. 221 
Mary N. 116 
Maud R. 197 
Maude 198 
Maurice 272 
Max Gordon 303 
May A. 248 
May B. 277 
Mehitabel 161 
Melville M. 288, 289 
Merton G. 237 
Miles S. 254 
Millie F. 288 
Miner R. 286, 330 
Minnie M. 287 
Minerva 156 
Miriam 174 
Mildred F. 274 
Morrill D. 280, 336 
Moses 131, 192 
Murle 273 
Myra 267, 305 

Nahum 119, 322 
Nancy 112, 132, 277 
Nancy B. 147 
Nancy D. 135 
Nathan 154, 259 
Nellie 196, 271 
Nellie A. 128 
Nellie G. 253 
Nellie E. 195, 300 
Nellie S. 258 
Nelson 268 
Nelson D. 272 
Nettie L. 166 
Noah T. 123 
Nora 283 
Norman B. 196 
Norman W. 299 

Obed F. 271 
Obed W. 267 
Olive 106, 108, 273 
Olive F. 163 
Olive M. 183 
Oliver 162, 188 
Oliver B, 200, 324 
Oliver E. 200 
Ona L. 266 
Oria E. 158 
Oscar L. 182, 310 
Otis 176, 320 

Orin 184, 272 

Parmelia J. 191 
Paul 154, 155 
Paul A. 177, 335 
Pearl F. 187 
Perry 192 
Peter 189 
Peter M. 173 
Pierpont 245 
Pierpont L. 245, 327, 

Phila E. 273 
Philip 320 
Philip A. 291 
Philip J. 282 
Philip W. 298, 330, 

Philomela 152, 250 
Phoebe 87, 96, 132, 254 
Polly 124, 132 
Priscilla 297 

Rachel 126 
Rachel B. 300 
Rachel M. 301 
Ralph 236, 305 
Ralph D. 279 
Ralph F. 271 
Ralph R. 275 
Rebecca 123 
Rebecca L. 129 
Rena M. 273 
Reuben 154, 260 
Reuben M. 149 
Rhoda 134 
Richard 296 
Richard B. 292 
Robert 120 
Robert D. 291 
Robert E. 274 
Robert V. 196 
Rodney W. 243 
Roland A. 252 
Rose 272 
Rose G. 317 
Rose N. 268 
Roscoe F. 330 
Roscoe H. 264 
Roscoe E. 299, 304 
Roxana 206, 208 
Roy H. 271 
Roy L. 266 
Ruth 126, 291 
Ruth A. 255 
Ruth E. 293, 291 
Ruth H. 196 

Ruth L. 289 

Sabra 130, 183 
Sadie M. 259 
Sally 124, 166, 179 
Samuel 115, 122, 146, 

147, 160, 320 
Samuel A. 192 
Samuel B. 130, 184, 

Samuel G. 150 
Samuel H. 166 
Samuel L. 190 
Samuel O. 143-5, 321 
Sarah 85, 96, 101, 128, 

112, 148, 129, 171, 

232, 248, 261, 266 
Sarah A. 150, 160 
Sarah B. 150, 214 
Sarah C. 135, 192 
Sarah D. 300 
Sarah E. 165, 170, 175 
Sarah F. 171, 199 
Sarah J. 134, 178 
Sarah M. 174, 246 
Sarah S. 154 
Sarah W. 133 
Sebastiana 171 
Serene 305 
Seth 123 
Sharrington 121, 276, 

Simon 286, 130, 190 
Simon L. 190 
Sobriety 115 
Sophia 115, 161 
Stella 299 
Stephen 249, 253, 321, 

Stephen A. 186 
Stephen G. 186, 249 
Stephen H. 244, 335 
Stephen T. 245, 335 
Stephen W. 180 
Susan 102, 179 
Susan M. 185, 297 
Susan P. 134 
Susan R. 222 
Susan W. 141, 225 
Sylvia N. 147 
Sylvia F. 237 
Syrena H. 298, 336 

Tamsen 102 
Theodate 174, 280 
Theodore 182 
Theodosia 148 



Thomas 121, 166, 173, 
177, 194, 255, 279, 
292, 307, 326 

Thomas B. 273 

Thomas F. 282 

Thomas R. 317 

Thomas W. 122, 275, 
276, 293 

Timothy 252, 253, 324 

Tobias 131, 192, 325 

Ulysses S. G. 301 

Valorie 272 
Vera T. 263 
Viola D. M. 


Ward A. 196 
Wainwright 268 
Walker W. 310 

Washburn 133 

Wallace B. 274 

Walter H. 252 

Walter R. 252, 271 

Walter S. 181 

Walter T. 293 

Warren B. 181 

Warren M. 302 

Wesley A. 277 

William 126, 137, 150, 
162, 179, 199, 206, 
236, 242, 250, 255, 
289, 296, 335, 323, 

William A. 196, 255, 
269, 287, 303, 323, 

William B. 251, 303 

William C. C. 292 

William D. E. 157 

William E. 186, 196, 

248, 251, 291 
William F. 180, 289- 

William H. 165, 213, 

335, 218, 225, 245, 

272, 289, 308, 310 
William H. H. 247, 

292, 323 
William J. 317 
William L. 289 
William R. 291, 323 
William S. 245 
William T. 196, 202, 

Wilmont 158 
Wilmot 201 
Winnifred 236, 271 
Winfield 119 
William W. 128, 255, 



Abbott 57, 90, 123, 
125, 135, 136, 156, 
162, 174, 188, 193, 
203, 204, 242, 279 

Adams 79, 141, 146, 
248, 256, 258, 299 

Aberdein 244 

Albee 228 

Allen 191, 198, 202, 
273, 316 

Allison 76 

Alley ATO 270 

Ames 247 

Amory 209 

Anderson 235 

Andrews 215, 283 

Annis 251, 268 

Andem 300 

Angell 246 

Archibald 195 

Armstrong 139 

Arnold 281 

Arthur 45 

Ash 90, 91 

Atkinson 118, 137, 

Atwater 219, 226 

Atwood 164, 174, 253 

Austin 55, 57, 80, 104, 
106, 157, 261 

AUTRY 226 
Ayer 241 

Babcock 119, 120 
Bacon 124 
Baer 72, 194 
Baily 279 
Bailey 125, 272 
Bain 235 
Baird 252-3 
Baker 71, 72, 89, 161 
Ball 92 
Ballard 152 
Banks 87, 96, 97 
Barbrick 161 
Barnard 191 
Barnes 123, 269 

Barri 25 
Barrons 90, 104 
Barrows 289 
Bartlett 154, 175-6, 

223, 273 
Bates 247 
Baxter 256, 286 
Batchelder 183 
Barton 307 
Bebe 132 
Benjamin 205 
Bennett 130, 193, 

287, 314 
Bean 248, 275 
Beane 178 
Berkrolls 34, 36 
Berry 287, 116, 213 
Beale 202 
Bickford 130 
BiGELOW 206 
Bird 271 
Bill 158 
Bishop 125, 314 
BlXBY 132 
Black 277 
Blair 120, 170 
Blake 226, 239 
Blaisdell 118, 194 
Blanchard 256 
Blakely 301 
Blodgett 229, 277 
Blumann 248 
Bolton 101, 129 
Boone 305 
Bond 219 
BOOTT 211 
BosTWiCK 104, 332 
Bowers 292 
Bowie 213, 214 
BoiviN 294 
Bowden 252 


Bowles 179 
Bowman 198 
BoYCE 123 
Boyd 124, 279 

Brackett 85, 221 
Bradburn 219, 223 
Bradbury 160, 277, 

Bradford 270 
Bragdon 186 
Bragg 165 
Brisson 161 
Britton 182 
Broadbent 193 
Brock 147, 150 
Brooks 181, 196, 290 
Brockhoff 134 
Brown 64, 76, 138, 

146, 147, 176, 193, 

218, 266, 270, 280, 

Browne 315 
Bruce 152 
BucKius 279 
BUKER 231 

Burleigh 289 

Burke 316 
Burr 165 
Burrows 132, 191 
Butler 132 
Butterfield 164 
Buckman 262 
Byron 182 
Burton 48 
Call 278 

Callahan 237-8, 332 
Galley 278 
Camp 225 
Campbell 37, 134 
Carpenter 175 
Canney 57, 58, 89^ 

Carr 77, 165 
Carlisle 79 
Cartland 82 
Canedy 145 
Cad WELL 214 
Caldwell 312 



Carver 281 
Carter 297, 300 
Carew 25 
Cawdor, Earl of 37- 

Cambrensis 20, 26, 

29, 30 
Cates 218 
Chadwick 158, 184, 

Chapman 26, 79 
Chambers 272 
Chamberlain 197 
Chandler 139, 253 
Chase 116, 123, 148, 

173, 275 
Chesbrow 254 
Chesney 311 
Chick 154, 149 
Childs 149 
Chivers 129 
Choate 253 
Christenson 159 
Church 119, 149, 169 
Churchill 128, 193 
Chubbuck 259 
Clanage 251 
Clark 257, 287, 288, 

332, 333 
Clay 300 
Clement 90, 193 
Clifford 224, 230, 253 
Coburn 167, 236 
Coffin 102 
Colby 187, 291 
Cole 176, 246, 273 
Condon 132 
CONGDON 216, 254 
Comyn 45 

Connor 166, 218, 301 

Cook 85, 188, 244, 300 
Cooper 240 
copeland 148 

Conrad 311, 336 
considine 316 
Corliss 279 
Coons 279 
Corson 178 
Cotton 288 

Conant 245 

Corey 193, 214 


Cowan 120 
Cox 96 
Craich 254 
Craig 162, 288 
Cram 258 
Cresping 31 
Creigh 163 
Cromwell 78 
Crosby 286 
Crowe 48 
Crowell 163 
Croumie 263 
Creighton 312 
Crozier 224 
Crowninshield 211, 

Crummet 286 
Cruger 219, 225, 226 
Culbertson 186 
Currier 177, 189 
Curry 131, 196 
Curtis 90, 117, 132, 

Cushing 218, 68 
Cutler 297 


Dabney 206-7 
Damon 267 
Daney 196 
Danforth 185 
Darrah 153 
Daugherty 306 


Davis 78, 88, 89, 127, 
156, 190, 192, 251, 

Day 153, 236 

Daniels 168 

Dearborn 248, 257 

Debeck 171 

Deering 87 

Delano 225 

DeMunn 198 

DeBar 281 

DeLacy 316 

Denman 216 

Deshon 179 

Devolin 178 

Devine 125 

Dennett 124 

Derby 203 

Derbyshire 269 

Dingley 199, 200, 236 

Dix 170 

Dixon 79, 80, 121, 191 

Dodge 213 

Domett 186 

Donnelly 120 

Donnell 80 

Doe 69, 70 

DoRE or Dorr 69, 70, 

71, 82, 134, 155, 262 
Donaldson 273 
Douglass 225, 237, 

241, 272 
Doty 221 
Dow 173, 221 
Downs 286 


Downing 249 

DOULL 192 

Doyle 225, 237, 241, 

Drake 85 
Dresser 175 
Drew 147, 149 
Drinkwater 88, 237 
Drown 133 
Drummond 172, 279 
Dunbar 133, 294 
Dunham 233 
Dunning 110 
Duckworth 166 
Dunn 47 


Dwight 209 

Dyer 233 

Eacott 183 

Earle 189, 255 

Early 161 

Eastman 121, 224 

Edgerly 156, 168, 300 

Edson 235 

Eliot 80 

Ellis 116, 132, 157, 

Ellmo 132 
Ells 201 
Elmore 119 
Elwell 166, 317 
Emerson 65 
Emery 80, 85, 159, 

227. 250 
Emmons 117, 166, 167 
Enger 125 
Entwistle 282 
Evans 318 
Everett 236 
Fairbanks 212 
Farnum 162 
Farley 305 



Farrar 232 
Faught 274 
Faunce 149, 244 
Fay 187, 203, 207, 331 
Fernald 180 
Ferrin 118 
Felker 252, 273 
Felton 255 
Fenton 252 
Ferguson 179, 260 
Fellows 122 
Fickett 234 
Fish 215 
Fillmore 231-2, 333 


Flagg 182 

FiSGER 294 

FiTZ 217 

FiTZ Randolph 280 

Fletcher 76, 87, 98, 

Florence 275, 283 
Fogg 139 
follansbee 162 
Ford 195, 235 
Foss 195, 196, 259, 

273, 274 
Foster 219, 276, 305 
Fowler 123, 162 
Fox 318 
FosT 61 
Frost 57, 65, 92, 156, 

Frazier 302 
Frampton 185 
French 200, 293 
Freathy 79, 85 
Frye 107, 229 
Fuller 179, 277 


FuRBUSH 160, 228-9, 

Fyler 293 
Gage 131 
Gabbert 168 
Galvin 168 
Gardner 179 
Garnet 195 
Garnsey 287 
Garvin 70, 71, 89 
Gat YENS 259 
Gentil 198 
Geraldus 26, 30 
Gerow 265, 267 
Gerrish 82, 126 
Gerry 175 
Getchell 117 

Gegenheimer 97, 332 
Gilchrist 293 
Gill 215 
GiLMORE 265 
Gilman 101, 288 
Gilbert 185, 196, 276 
GiLPATRiCK 87, 98, 124 
Glasgow 310 
Godfrey 223, 226 
GoocH 168 
Goodwin 86, 90, 95, 

111, 113, 126, 156, 

213, 283, 287, 302 
GOCHA 275 
Gould 158 
GowER 185 
GowEN 184 
Grace 192 
Grafton 208, 209 
Graham 274 
Grande N 292 
Granney 229 
Grant 81, 106, 128, 

140, 151, 297, 298 
Gray 71, 93, 161, 249, 

300, 301 
Gregg 202 
Griggs 288 
Greeley 247 
Greenawalt 307 
Griffin 187, 234 
Griffith 35, 128 
Griffiths 261 
Grover 100, 233, 284, 

Gulliver 165, 215 
GUPPY 184 

GURLEY 137, 208 
Hackett 161 
Haher 285 
Haines 80 
Halbert 272 
Hale 68, 69, 70 
Haley 124, 271 
Hall 92, 122, 270, 

287, 312 
Halsted 148 
Ham 90, 104, 114, 176 
Hamilton 106, 253 
Hamlin 219 
Hammond 316 
Hanscom 151, 155 
Hanson 57, 236 
Harding 156, 162 

Hardison 125, 126 
Hard 240 
Hardy 119 
Harlow 202 -" 
Harmon 125, 212, 242 
Harriman 163, 229 
Harris 143, 228 
Harrison 292 
Hart 134 
Harvey 246 
Harwood 301 
Hastings 293 
Haskell 179 
Hatch 79, 140 
Hathaway 246 
Hawkins 128, 154 
Hayes 148, 298 
Hayford 183 
Hayward 101, 104, 

118, 154 
Heald 265 
Heard 85, 91, 252 
Heath 77, 302 
Henderson 174, 247, 

Heneult 299 
Hennessey 229 
Heer 134 
Henry 189 
Herman 312 
Hersom 197 
He WES 99 
HiGGINS 119 
Hill 76, 77, 95, 161, 

Hills 177 
HiNCKS 163 
HiNKLEY 211, 212 
Hobbs 56, 66, 68, 71, 

72, 86, 89, 94 
Hodgdon 137, 273 - 
Hodges 255 


Hoisengton 285 
Hoffman 163 

HoEG 65 


Holden 189 
Holmes 229 
Holt 147, 307 
Hooper 85 
Hopkins 213, 215 
Horn 89, 136, 188, 
189, 191, 241 




horsfield 304 
Homer 204 
Houghton 158, 185 
Howes 291 
HOYT 177, 213, 214, 

215, 288 
Hubbard 85, 156, 331 

HUBER 307 

Humphrey 209 
Hunt 121 
Hunter 110, 271 
HuRD 176 
HussEY 246, 247 
Hummel 311 
hutchings 179 
Hutchins 187, 289 
Inman 177 
Inness 198 
Ingraham 169 
James 229 
Janes 293 
Jackson 109 
Jarvis 238 
Jenkins 128, 180, 258, 

Jenks 104, 116, 156 
Jefferson 299 
Jennerson 218 
Jenness 180 
Jenney 149 
Jepson 242 
Johnson 148, 16, 163, 

217, 281, 282, 285 
Jones 85, 105, 126, 

181, 262 
Jordan 79, 140, 199, 

216, 241, 248 
Joy 113 

JuNKiNS 64, 78-9, 85 
Kain 236 
Keays 127 
Keyes 191 
Keene 301 
Kelley 176, 300 
Kellogg 201 
Kellough 185, 230 
Keith 150 
Kempton 139 
Kerrison 134 
Kenney 163 
Kent 193 
Ketchum 264 
Keigher 272 
Kilborn 292 

Kimball 101, 135, 260 
KiMBER 314 
Kinney 264, 304 
KiRBY 270 
King 122 
Knapp 276 
Knight 80, 125, 199 
Knowland 253 
Knowles 165 
Knox 278 
Kuper 187 
Knowlton 239 
Lackey 108 
Lake 163 
Laidlaw 252 
Lamb 218 
Lame 194 
Lane 150, 156, 289 
Lamprey 152 
Lancaster 213, 244 
Lary 127 
Laundry 34, 36 
Lang 172, 278, 279 
Larrabee 232-4 
Lansing 315 
Lassell 77 
Leach 129, 151 
Leathe 122 
Leavitt 266 
Lees 134 
Lego 308 
Leigh 130 
Leighton 131, 169 
Lewis 79, 128, 193, 

Libby 130, 189, 292 
Lincoln 68, 84, 176 
Lindsay 79 
Linscott 131, 150, 

Linnell 165 
Little 230, 231 
Livermore 202, 204, 

Llewellyn 301 
Locke 131 
Lockwood 208 
Longley 268 
Loomis 196 
Lord 68, 79, 85, 94, 

105, 121, 130, 184, 

LoRT 37 
Loud 200 
Low 100, 124, 278 
Lowe 294 
LowERY 273 

Lucas 188 
Luce 265 
Luke 155 
Lycett 279 
Lyons 300 
Lyser 269 
Mace 256 
Macomber 145 
Maddox 200 
Mahon 50 
Mansfield 249 
Marco 164 
Marcy 265 
Markham 111 
Marr 196, 291 
Marshall 25, 26, 31, 

49, 276, 238 
Marston 116, 241 
Malbon 275 
Martin 245, 247 
Mason 219, 288 
Matthews 80, 122 
Macness 86 
Massy 48 
Marsh 134 
Maynard 181 
Marble 282 
McCausland 95, 213 
McClintic 309 
McCullum 294 
McClure 307 
McCune 215 
McCusick 184 
McDaniel 178 
McDonald 164 
McDuffee 190 
McKleroy 81 
McIlroy 304 
McKay 275 
McKinstry 280 
McKnight 243 
McKecknie 116 
McFarland 241 
McMahon 50 
McEvoY 48 
McMahoney 46 
McIntire 79, 242 
Meader 174 
Melanson 131 
Mellen 195 
Merrill 169, 219, 233, 

272, 289, 297 
Meserve 105, 125 
Mesta 309, 310 
Metzler 285 
Mills 191 
MiNOT 209 



Miller 143, 162, 216- 

7, 304 
Mitchell 155, 260, 

Montgomery 271 
Morgan 285 
Moore 230, 261, 264, 

Morrell 89, 102, 121, 

Morrison 189 
Morris 125 
Morrow 192 
Morton 159, 286 
Morse 235, 333 
Motley 205 
MoTT 291 
Moulton 80, 151 
mountjoy 48 
muchmore 287 


MuRCH 88, 124 
Murphy 135, 155, 183, 

MuRPHiE 156, 332 
Murray 249 
MuHLiG 262 
Neal 127 
Nelson 112, 135, 199, 

200, 272 
Newhall 247, 302 
Nichols 302 
NiEF 263 
norcross 152 
Nock 81, 82 
Norton 198, 235 
Noyes 112, 232 
Nowell 68, 79 
Northrup 318 
NuDD 165-6 
Nunan 167 
NUTE 122 
Nutter 151 
O'Hare 175 
Ober 171, 250 
Oliver 232 
O'Connor 238 
Orcutt 192 
Osgood 192, 208 
Osborne 278-9 
Otis 61, 250 
Owen 17, 25, 31, 33 
Oyster 310 
Page 158 
Palmer 123, 152, 198 

Parker 109, 156, 187, 

223, 297 
Partridge 165 
Parsons 296 
Patterson 97, 207, 

252, 266 
Paul 123, 127 
Payne 268 
Peart 188 
Pease 185 
Peck 315 
Peckmore 176 
Pendleton 189 
Penney 249 
Pennock 126 
Perkins 113, 114, 118, 

123, 124, 153, 154, 

191, 199, 247, 256, 

287, 293 
Perrins 270, 332 
Pery 46 
Peters 252 
Peterson 250, 304 
Pettengill 119 
Philbrick 182, 183 
Phillips 160, 210, 

211, 317 
Pierce 71, 72, 90, 120, 

128, 130 
PiLLSBURY 148, 260 
Pinkham 153, 243 
Pike 129, 131, 179 
Pitts 51, 228 
Pix 225 
Plaisted 271 
Plummer 89, 90, 102 
Plympton 221 
POAK 123 

Pope 174-5, 281, 331 
Pond 187 
Pooler 317 
Potter 163 
Pottle 162, 332 
Powell 287 
Pomeroy 282 
Powers 248 
Pray 103, 130, 160, 

183, 189 
Preble 79, 192 
Prendergast 42 
Priest 76 
Prentiss 224 
Prime 105 
Proctor 142, 167, 278 


Quint 195, 197 
Rambler 309 
Randall 134 
Randolph 280 
Rannvilla 33, 34 
Raymond 221 
Rawlins 91 
Rollins 94, 70, 71 
Rand 236, 266 
Reed 290 
Reed 290 

Remick 185, 187, 266 
Reynolds 102 
Rice 197, 224 
Rich 97, 235 
Richards 198, 332 
Richardson 112, 133,- 

250, 267, 282 
RiCKER 59, 112-3, 118, 

126, 139, 158, 227 
RiDLON 289 

Riley 281 

Ring 269, 270 

Riordan 215 

ROAK 120 

Roberts 56, 57, 67, 84, 

85, 94, 106, 129, 

170, 243, 254, 255 
Robinson 145, 148, 

157, 216, 261, 264, 

268, 304, 333 
Rogers 191, 253, 277 
robitaile 62 
Roche 18, 25, 49 
Root 224 
Roosevelt 208 
Ross 272 
ROBY 283 
Romayne 47 
Rowe 214, 215 
ROLFE 237 
Row^LL 102, 174 
Roundy 163 
rothrock 311 
Ronimus 148 
Rue 197, 224 


Rumery 184 
Russell 162, 170 
RUNNALS 156, 157 
Sabine 261 
Sanborn 231 
Sanderson 215, 233 
Sargent 102, 199 
Saunders 204 
Sands 317 
Savage 247, 301 



Sawyer 88, 104, 186, 

Saxton 215 
Salisbury 128, 291 
Sayward 80 
Safford 272 

SCAMMON 77, 171 

schimmelfeng 310 

Sears 207 

Seaward 283 

Seavey 167, 176 

Sewell 266 

Sendell 180 

Setzler 307 

Senneff 285 

Shaw 79, 166, 200, 

Shedd 161 

Shepherd 98, 142 

Shelton 280 

Shurtleff 217 

Sibley 181 

Sides 282 

Sidenburger 134 

SiGNOR 303 

Simmons 281 

Sinclair 171, 282 

Slagle 309 

Slater 256 

Small 142, 291 

Smart 181, 182, 183, 

Smith 78, 79, 88, 89, 
96, 119, 122, 124, 
132, 139, 155, 158, 
165, 168, 190, 225, 
238, 245, 246, 259, 

Snow 134 

SOULE 165 

Southard 233 

southwick 172 

Spear 132, 199, 243 

Spencer 115 

Spiller 286 

Spinney 124, 151, 
158, 243, 262-3, 286 


Spurling 266 
Stacey 283 
Stafford 254 
Standish 253 
Stanley 281 
Staples 108, 181 
Starr 148 
Steese 307 
Stead 176 

Stetson 230 
Stevens 80, 82, 98, 

120, 169, 175, 197 
Stewart 166 
Stickney 116, 157 
Stiles 130 
Stillman 135 
Stockbridge 61 
Stone 152, 251, 293, 

Storer 167, 168, 182 
Stoughton 300 
Stover 153, 256-7 
Strand 154 
Straw 130, 193 
Strong 256 
Strongbow 23, 25 
Strout 216, 238 


SwETT 145, 146, 301 

SwiTZER 292, 309 


Symmes 128 

Tabor 297 

Taggard 174 

Talbot 211 

Tarbox 77, 87, 96 

Tate 84, 89 

Tatterson 136 

Taylor 101, 149, 157, 
214, 243 

Ten Eyck 315 

Thayer 188, 211, 227 

Thomas 133 

Thompson 71, 72, 80, 
107, 124, 142, 143, 
157, 166, 171, 181, 
228, 232, 261, 289 

Thorn 182 

Thornburg 306 

Thurlow 248 

Tibbetts 55, 56, 65, 
71, 93, 130, 177 

Tilton 128, 173 

TiLLSON 223 

Titus 252 

Tobey 214, 250, 294 

Todd 110 

TOWLE 213 

Towne 96 

townsend 214 

Trefethen 200, 274 

Treworgy 276 

Trufant 237 


Turberville 19, 34 
Tucker 210 

Turner 139, 261, 

262, 304 
Tuttle 128, 173 
Twitchell 198, 200, 

Twombly 57, 89, 151, 

188, 227, 251 
Underhill 165 
Value 297 
Varney 126, 131, 172, 

Vernon 19, 20, 25 
ViCKERS 198 
ViNAL 261 
VosE 108 
Waite 251 
Wallace 189 
Wallingford 64, 66, 

68, 84, 93 
Walters 195 
Ward 166, 167, 260 
Walton 166 
Warren 61, 62, 65, 71, 

72, 75, 80, 113 
Washburn 169, 255 
Waterhouse 234 
Watson 89, 101, 195 
Weaver 258 
Webber 129, 267 
Webb 133, 292 
Webster 139, 142, 

214, 216, 217, 218, 

276, 227 
Wedgwood 207 
Weeks 129, 169, 175, 

Welch 137, 138, 158, 

184, 209, 210, 211, 

305, 331 
Weldon 306 
Wellington 264 
Wentworth 85, 92, 

94, 102, 113, 170, 

195, 242, 246 
Welland 300 
Weston 139 
Wetherby 87 
Weymouth 288 
Wheaton 108 
Whipple 174 
Whitcomb 148 
White 283, 182 
Whitehouse 91, 105, 

Whittier 274, 300 
Whittemore 259 
Whitten 256 



Whitney 260 
WiGGiN 161, 184, 269 


Wilson 79, 139, 265 
WiLKEY 134 
WiLLEY 131, 191 

Williams 117, 145, 
155, 183, 198, 210, 
217, 297 
Wing 139, 267 
WiNSLOW 121, 180 

Winchester 138, 198 
WiLKINS 273 
Witherell 152 
WiTHAM 277 
Wolf 307 
Wolhaupter 160 
Wood 156, 165 
Woodman 85, 171, 172 
Woodruff 309 

Wooster 126 
Wright 244 
Wyman 146 
Wylie 124, 240 
Young 56, 64, 78, 79, 
80, 87, 132, 251 


Zahn 159 

ZiLLMER 229 

Zouche 35, 36 


Mi 2 9 1961