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WINSLOW MEMORIAL. 



P^AMIIvY RECORDS 

OP 

WiNSLOWS AND THEIR DESCENDANTS 



IN 



AMBRICA, 



WITH THK 



E^NGLiSH Ancestry 

AS FAR AS KNOWN 

KENELM' WINSLOW. 

VOLUME II. 

BY 

David-Parsons^ Holton, A.M., M.D., 

Life Member of the New England His. Gen. Society, Resident Member of the New 
York Gen. and Biog. Society, and of the Pilgrim Record Society, 

AND HIS WIFE, 

Mrs. Frances-K.^ (Forward) Holton, 

Resident Member of the New York Gen. and Biog. Society, and of the 
Pilgrim Record Society, 



NBW YORK: 

MRS. FRANCES-K^ holton, PUBLISHER. 
1888. 



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BnfiBiod AcoordtiiR to Ati of Conyrress In the year 1888, bj Mrs. F]UNCB8-li^HoLTOX« 
in the office of the Librarian of Congress, at Wasliiogtou, D.U. 



RECEIVED 
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6036. THOMAS*, [5965] (Edirarc^, Edward*, Edward'y K€nelm\ Kendm\) mar- 

riedy and had the following children: 

•087. Thomas, waa an apprentice to his uncle Edward* Winslow [6058]. [See 

Appendix.] 

6088. Edward, [6041] married Mercy Bowley; m. 2d, Mary [Oliver]. 

6080. Isaac. An Isaac Winslow married Elizabeth Hicks, b. 1 Nov. 1796, Fal- 

mouth, Me., dau. of James and Abigail (Leigiiton) of F. 

6040. Hakitah, [605;]] married Lewis Hamlen. 

6041. KD WARD^ [G038] ( T/iomas\ Edward\ Edward\ JSdtoard^, Kenelm\ Ken- 
^m\) d. 7 Nov. 1869; married Mercy Bowley, dau. of Chapman Bowley. She died 
21 Apr. 1842, aged 59 j., 6 mo., OharUstown Bee. He married 2d, Mary [Oliver.] 

Hanour, Fly mouth Go., Mom. 

Children: 

6042. 1. Wilmam*, b. 18 Oct. 1806, Boston; was "of Boston," where he married 
25 Sept. 1881, Mary Conn, dau. of George and Mary (Gould), and sister 
of Horace of AVoburn. s.p. Res. 1875, Charlettavm, Mass, 

6048. a. ESCKI.INE", b. 19 Feb. 1808, Charlestown; is deceased; m. 17 July, 1831, 
Charlestoum Bee,, Gorbum Bigelow. They had a son who married, but 
we have not obtained his name. Innkeeper. Res. OharUstaum, Mass. 

6044. 8. Edward', b. 14 May, 1814, Charlestown; died about 1842; married 

Rebecca Walker, who was living in 1865. 

Children: 

6045. Edward-S*., b. 6 Sept. 1881, Medford; married Sarah Robinson. 

NoTB.— Rbbscca* (Winiaow) Ayer [6090], iMt page ofTolume I., Winslow Hbmorial, had a 
dauKtitpr [6035] aud two other oblldreii of whom nothing further coald be learned; also a grandsou, 
> [6014], t>. 8 Feb. 1855, Medford, obild of Janaet-Benjamin*. 



630 DeacendanUf of Edward^ Window. K 

6046. Frances-Emily*, [Fraiicis-A., O/MrUntown, liee.] b. 19 Nov. 1882, 

Charlestown, Moss. ; married Isaac-O. Gushing. 

6047. William*, married Harriet Hathaway. 

6048. Mary-Ellen*, married Adam-C. Winning. 

6049. 4. Varnum-Shattuck*, b. 10 Oct. 1820, Charlestown; mat-ried there, 8 Mar. 

1842, Frances- Amelia Haven. Clerk in the Boston post-oflSce. 

Res. 1875, Oharleatoum^ Mass. 
Children : 

6050. 1. Emeline-Bigelow*, b. 21 Jan. 1843; m. 1 Dec. 1862, James-Edwin 

Bray. s.p. Probably res. Charlestown^ Mass. 

6051. 2. John-Henry', b. 12 Nov. 1844. Clerk in post-office. 

Res. 1875, Oharlestown^ Mass. 

6052. 5. Mart*, b. 24 Mar. 1832, Charlestown. 

6058. HANNAH^ [6040] (Thonuut; Edward^, Edward^ Edward, Kenelm\ Ken-^ 

elm\) married in Charter St., Boston, Lewis HAMLBN, s. of Perez and 

(Cobb). 

Children: 

6054. 1. Almira*, b. Dec. 1809; married Ashbel Wait. 8.p. 

6055. 2. Hannah*, b. 80 July, 1811; was married by Rev. Thomas King, Charles- 

town, 28 Mar. 1839, to SamueP Winslow [6086], b. 26 Sept. 1808, 
Duxbury, Mass.^ s. of Edward* and Rebecca (Harlow). Ship joiner. 

Res. Charlestown, Mass, 
Children: 

6056. 1. Ed win-Chapiu*, born in Charlestown; died aged one week. 

6057. 2. Lucinda- Augusta*, died in infancy. 

6058. EDWARD*, [5966] (Edward*, Edward*, Edward^, Kenelm^, Kenelm\) b. 8 
Nov. 1758, Duxbury, Mass. ; died in Taunton Hospital ; married Rebecca Harlow, 
b. 10 Dec. 1770, dau. of Ansel Hariow. She died 11 Sept. 1835, aged 64. He mar- 
ried 2d, Thankful . He served an apprenticeship to a house and ship joiner iu 

Duxbury, and in the early part of his days followed house-carpentering; but subse- 
quently the interest in ship-building increased, and he was occupied chiefly as a ship 
joiner. He soon began to undertake the job of the entire joiner work of one or 
more ships, and became the owner of two schooners, and companyship owner of 
several. He was partner in a cargo of sugar taken by the French, prior to 1800. 
He was several times agent for his school-district, and collector of taxes. 

Res. Dttabury^ Mass. 

Children bom in Duxbury : 

6059. 1. Gborgb% born in 1796; died in 1798. 

6060. 2. Bbtsby^ b. in 1798; d. 5 Sept. 1817; m. Daniel Gale, brother of Stephen, 

who was a druggist in Salem, and son of Noah, b. 20 July, 1757, and 
Rebecca (Chase) of Salem. **She died after the birth of her daughter." 
He m. 2d, Samson. The family removed to Illinois, where the 



K G(Ue^ Delcmo^ Baldwin^ Bedwin. 681 

father, mother, and daughter died, some years before 1866. See Qale 
Ifamily Memorial, 
Children: 

6061. 1. Betsey- Winslow*. 

6062. 2. Daniel- Warreu% b. 24 Dec. 1827; m. Boston, Mass. 11 Aug. 1857, 

Eliza- W. Powers. Commission merchant in Chicago. 

Hes. ChicagOy III, 
6068. 8. Stephen*, b. 20 July, 1829. Res. 1866, in California, 

6064. 8. GBOROB^ b. 29 Nov. 1800, Duxbury, Mass. ; married there, Hannah Drew, 

bom in 1801, dau. of Charles and Susan (Nickerson) of D. He was a 
ship joiner, employing from fifty to one hundred hands. Duxbury saw 
iu best days in the ship-building interest from 1880 to 1840, having from 
ten to fifteen ships in the way of construction at a time. After this date 
this business was gradually transferred to Noddle^s Island, now East 
Boston. He invested largely in the <^ Eastern Land Speculation" in 
Maine, by which the principal of his former earnings was transferred to 
the care of others. Res. 1874, Dtaebury^ Mass, 

Children : 

6065. 1. Roland-Clark*, was drowned off India wharf. 

6066. 2. Clark-Dre\v% married . 8.p. Res. 1875, Boston, Mass, 

6067. 8. Seth% b. 30 Sept. 1830; was married by Dr. Caldicott, Charlestown, 

Mass., 20 Oct. 1850, to Helen-M. Daniels, born in Watertown, dau. 
of John and Sally (Tucker) of W. Furniture manufacturer. 

Res. 1875, Charlestown, Mass. 
Children: 

6068. IleUn-Cora^ b. 20 Aug. 1851. 

6069. Florence-Maria*, 

6070. Clara*, is deceased. 

6071. Emily\ 

6072. 4. George- Marcus*, married . Dealer in wood and coal. 

Res. 1875, Boston, Mass, 

6078. 6. Catherine- Drew% married Winslow-Thomas' Delano [1421], b. 18 

Aug. 1820, Duxbury, Mass., s. of Capt. Samuel and Lucy* (Wlnsor) 
of D. Res. Chelsea, Mass., where he died. The widow aud children 

. -removed to Duxbury, and were residing there in 1876. 

Children (one pair of twins) : 

6074. Fanny*, 

6075. FranJi^, 

6076. c 'S^** 1 

gQ^- > Q„j,j,j^ (Triplets: all were living in 1876, and aged seven or 

mi iDavgh^, ) <^igi>t years. 

6079. 6. Elizabeth*, died unmarried. 

6080. 7. Qeorgiana", married Baldwin or Bedwin, and had three chil- 

dren. 

6081. 8. Winthrop* is deceased. 



532 Descendants of Edward^ Winslow. K 

0082. 9. Edmund-G*., married Nellie Harrig. They had two children. 

Res. 1874, Dorduster^ Masn. 
6088. 10. Daughter", died in infancy. 

6084. 4. PoLLY^ b. 13 Aug. 1802; died unmarried, 80 Jan. 1831, Duxbury, Mass. 

6085. 5. Sbth', b. 1805; d. unmarried, 7 Mar. 1828. 

6086. 0. Samuel^ b. 26 Sept. 1808, Duxbury; m. 1 Sept. 1838, Augusta Wads- 

worth, of Kingston, Mass., a native of that place, dau. of Capt. Cephas 
and Lucy (Sylvester) of K. She died 12 Oct 1887. He was married 
2d, by Rev. Thomas King, Charlestown, Mass., 28 Mar. 18o9, to Han- 
nah* Hamlen or Hamblen [6055], b. 80 July, 1811, dau. of Lewis and 
Hannah* (Winslow). Ship joiner. Res. 1874, Charlestown, Mas$, 

Children: 

6087. 1. Charles- Adelbert^, b. 28 Aug. 1886; m. Charlestown, Mass., 24 Nov. 

1869, Ellen-Frances Baker, b. 6 June, 1889, dau. of James Little of 
Oompton, N.H., and Olive-Bell (Vennard) of New Castle, N.H. 
Coal merchant Res. 1874, CkarleUown^ Momm. 

Children bom in Charlestown: 

6088. 1. Oharlm-Bmry^f b. 5 Aug. 1860. 

6089. 2. WUUam-Auttin^ b. 28 June, 1862. 

6090. 2. Edwin-Chapin*, bom in Charlestown; died aged one week. 

6091. 'd. Lucinda-Augusta*, died in infancy. 

6092. 7. Rebecca-Edwakds', b. 1811; d. 9 Dec. 1826, Duxbury, Mass. 

6098. 8. John-Bartlbtt% b. 4 Sept. 1814; m. 25 Aug. 1841, Sarah Barry, dau. of 
Jotham and Sarah (Ray). Machinist. Res. CharleUown, Mass. 

Children: 

6094. Augusta^ married George- Washington Litchfield, b. 22 Feb. la— , 

Med ford. 

Children: 

6095. 1. Carri6-Augusta\ 

6096. 2. Oeorg^f died aged four years. 

6097. 8. Fredervf. 

[There was another child, who is deceased.] 

6098. Edward*, born in Charlestown; is deceased. 

6099. John-Bartlett% b. 11 Sept 1851, New Bedford. Clerk in Boston post- 

office. Res. ChnrlestovDTiy Mast, 

6100. ENOCH^, [922] (Edward*, Edtcard\ Kenelm\ Kenelm\) b. 6 Oct. 1735, 
Rochester, Alass. ; married [int. 21 May, 1761], Sarah Hammond. 

Children bom in Rochester: 

6101. 1. Sarah, b. 14 May, 1762. 

6102. 2. Hakhah, b. 28 Oct 1764. 
(il03. 3. Noah, b. 28 June, 1707. 



^ PaigSj Sinipkins, HM^ Reutye^ Jauett^ French, 633 

•104. HANNAH*, [924] (iSW»/irrf\ Edward", Kenelm\ Kenelm\) b. 6 May, 1740, 
Bochester, Mass. ; d. 9 Apr. 1812, Schaghticokc; married, Jan. 1765 (pub. 23 Dec. 
17W), John PAIGB of Hard wick, Mass., born there, 6 July, 1788, son of Dea. 
Ohnstopheir and EUizabeth (Keed) of H., and grandson of Nathnuiel*, one of the 
purcbaaers of Hard wick. He removed from his native place to Btephentown, N.T., 
in 1790, and from thence, in 179B, to Schaghticoke, N.Y., where he owned a large 
farm, on which he lived. He died 18 Apr. 1812, at 8., and was buried with his 
wife in the same grare. 

Child: 
6105. WiNSLow, [6106] b. 28 Feb. 1767; d. 15 Mar. 1888; m. Clarissa Keyes. 

6106. REV. WINSLOW*, D.D., [6105] (Hannah* (Win$hw ) Tedge, Edward', 
Bimrd*, Rendm", Kendm\) b. 28 Feb. 1767, Hardwick, Mass. ; d. 15 Mar. 1888, 
Gilboa, N.Y. ; m. Windham, Conn., May, 1787, Clarissa Keyes of Ashford, Conn., b. 
1 May, 1768, W., dan. of Gen. John and Mary (Wales). She died 14 May, 1846, 
Gilboa. Received the degree of A.M. from Brown University, Providence, R.I., in 
1838. He was settled in Stephentown, N.T., 1790; Stillwater or Smithotk, 1793- 
1807; Florida, 1808-1814; Florida and Windham, 1814-22; Broome, Blenheim 
(Brealcabeen), and Windham, 1822-7; also missionary at Beaver Dam, 1822; Wind- 
bam and Broome, 1827-80; Broome, 1880-6; Gilboa, 1886-7. 

Children: 
6107. 1. CoL. Johk-Ebtbs, [6118] b. 2 Aug. 1788; d. 10 Dec. 1857; m. Helen 
Maria Yates; m. 2d, Anna-Maria Bloodgood. 

* 1. KATH ANIElf PAIQE of Boxbnry, 1084, bj Joseph Dudley, as president, was matle, in 1686, 
marshal of ihe county of Suffolk. The same year he was one of the eight pnrchasers of whnt is now 
Hanlwick, Mass., and one of the twelre pnrchasers of Leicester. In 1687, he bought a fttrm in Blllerioa, 
BOW Bedfbrd, remorlng there in 1688; was (freeman in 1090. Fie died 12 April, 1692, Boston, Mass. 
His wlU names wife Joanna, who was living in 1699. Had several children, bom probably in England. 
James and Christopher are the only two mentioned by Savage as bom here. 

caiUdren: 

I 1. BuxABRTa, married 2 or S8 Deo; 1098, John SImpkins of Boston. -|. 
S. S. Sab AH , married. 7 Jan . 1698-9, Samuel H i il of BiUerica. + 
4. IL KathakikLi, \7] d. 8 Mar. 1755, aged 75; m. Susanna Lane. 

ft. 4. Jamss, bapt. 38 Not. 1686; was bnried 81 Jnly, 1687, Rozbnry. 

II ft. CHKI8TOPHEB, [23] b. 6 Sept. 1600 or ^; d. 10 Mar. 1774-6; m. Joanna ; m. M, EHzaboth Ball. 

7. NATHAKIEL, [4] (son of Nathaniel^) d. 2 Mar. 1755, aged 76, Bedford; m. Susanna Lane. 

Children: 

& L KATHAifRTL, [181 b. 4 Sept 1702; d. 6 Apr. 1779; m. Hannah . 

t. 1 JoHH, b. U Oct. 1704; d. 18 Feb. 1788; married and had a large family. 

10. & CURX8TOPHRR, b. 10 July, 1707; d. 11 Nov. — ; m. . Their only son Chrintopher lived to 

be very aged; had one daughter. 

11. 4. SusAKif A, b. 29 Apr. 1711; married Samuel Reutye of Lexington. 
1& ft. JoAHN A, b. 29 Oct. 1714; m. Josiah Jassett of Bedford. 

13. NATHANIEL, [8] {NathaniOy Nathanisl,) b. 4. Sept. 1702; d. 6 Apr. 1779; maifieil Unnnah . 

Children: 
14. 1 Nathan tBis b. tS Msy, 1729; died unmarried, 26 Mar. 1751. 

U. 1 Thomas, b. 5 May, 1733; d. 31 Jnly, 1800. ••?• 

16. 3. IlAiCKAU, b. 1ft May, 1738; iiiuniod Jonas French of BiUerica. 



534 Col. John-Keyes' Paige. K 

6108. 9. Hannah-Winslow, [6124] b. 13 Aug. 1791; d. 8 Apr. 1852; m, Archi- 
bald Crosswell. 
6100. 8. Maria-Cassandua, [0130] b. 24 Mar. 1794; m. David Cady. 

6110. 4. Hon. Christopher- A lonzo, [6133] b. 81 July, 1796 or »7; died 81 Mar. 

1868; m. Harriet-B. Mumford. 

6111. 5. Diana-Clart88a, [6141] b. 25 Feb. 1800; d. 19 May, 1868; in. Allen-H. 

Jackson. 

6112. 6. Antoinbttb, [6154] b. 11 Aug. 1805; m. George Smith; m. 2d, Hon. 

Plait Potter. 

6118. COL. JOHN-KEYES% [6107] {Ret. Window^ Hannah*, iWimhw) Paige, 
Edward^ Edward*, Kmelm*, Kenelm\) b. 2 Aug. 1788, Hardwiclc, Mass.; d. 10 Dec. 
1857, Schenectady, N.Y. ; married in that town, 16 Oct. 1817, Helen-Maria Yates, 
d. of Gov. Joseph-Christopher and Maria (Kane). She died Jan. 1829, Albany, 
N.Y. He married 2d, Nov. 1883, Anna- Maria Bloodgood, b. 12 June, 1805, dau. of 
Hon. Francis, at that time mayor of Albany. He graduated at W.C., 1807; was a 
cadet at West Point. Lawyer; commenced practice in Schenectady, N.Y., and 
continued there until the breaking out of the war, when he received a commission, 
and entered the army in 1812 as captain; was soon promoted to rank of colonel; 
was aid to Gen. Covington, and afterwards to Gen. Wilkinson. He continued to 

17. 4. William, b. 19 Feb. 1787; d. 10 Fob. 181*. 8.p. 

IS. 5. David, b. 4 Apr. 1740; married Abigail Jones. Res. Be^/ord^ Mass. 

Children: 
19. 1. David, b. 7 Feb. 1767. 

ML 2. Hannah, b. 1 1 Mar. 1778, Bedford, Mass. ; m. there, 35 Dec 1794-5, Rev. Beod* Paige [10391. 

21. 6. Susannah, b. 22 Jan. 1742-3; died uaraarried, 26 Jan. 1772. 

22. 7. Abigail, b. 6 Sept. 1746; married Bowman Brown of Lexington. 

28. DEA. OHRISTOPHKR, [6] («. of Nathaniel Paige) b. 6 Sept. 1C90 or *91; d. 10 Mar. 1775, aped 

88; married Joanna , who died 27 Oct. 1719. He married 2d, Elisabeth Ball, who died after 1780. 

Children: 

24. 1. Joanna, b. 11 Aog. 1717; married Benjamin . .4- 

By 9d marriage: 

25. 2. Christophek, b. 11 Jane, 1721; d. 3 Deo. 1773; married — . Their children lived near 

Kccne, New Hampshire. 

26. 8. William, b. 2 May, 1723; d. 14 Feb. 1797; married in Ilardwick, Mercy Aiken. 

Children : 

27. 1. Rev. Christopher, of New Hampshire. 

28. 2. Lucy. b. 19 Mar. 1758; m. 80 Dec 1779, Daniel* R uggles* b. 1756-7. son of Bdwaid* and 

Lucy (Spooner) of ilardwick, Mass. See Appendix, p. 28 1100]. 

29. 4. Qeorok, b. 17 June, 1725; d. 8 May, 1781, Hard wick; married . 4. 

80. 5. Col. Timothy, b. 24 May, 1727, Ilardwick; d. 26 Aug. 1791, in his native town; m. 24 Oct. 1754, 

Mary* Foster [049J, b. 11 Apr. 1732, d. of Dea. James and Lydia* (Winslow) of Rochester, 

Mass. 
8L 6. Jonas, b. 15 Sept 1729; was living in 1792. 
82. 7. Blizabbth, b. 8 Oct. 1781; died before 1748. 

35. 8. Loot, b. 22 Feb. 1733-4; married Seth Lincoln. + 
84. 9. Nathaniel, b. 18 May, 1738; d. Feb. 1817; married , and hait a son Jason. 

36. 10. John, b. 6 Jaly, 1738, Hardwick; d. 18 Apr. 1812, at Florida, N.Y.; m Jan. 1765, Hannah^ 

Winslow [6104]. 
86. U. B1.IZABBTH, b. 7 Jane, 1748; d. Apr. 1802; married Solomon Green. They had a son 
Archelans, who resided in Western New York. 



K Paige^ Orosswell^ Weeks, Cody. 535 

•erre through the whole war, and earned for himself a distingoished reputation as a 
soldier. He was district attorney, 1818; clerk of Sup. Court, N.Y., 1823; regent 
of New York University, 1829; elector of Pres. and Vice-Pres., 1844; and mayor 
of the city of Albany. In 1849 he removed to Gilboa, Schoharie County; and in the 
fall of 1856, to SchenecUdy, N.T. 

Children born in Albany, except the eldest: 

6114. Joseph-Chiustopher-Yates*, b. 8 July, 1818, Schenectady, Schenectady 

Co., N.Y. ; died 80 May, 1870; married in Sept. 1844, Harriet, dau. of 

Judge Jonas Van Derpoel of Albany. Grad. Williams Coll. Lawyer; 

in 1872 was chamberlain of the city of Albany, having held the office since 

1858. Res. 1878, Albantf, N. 7. 

Children: 

6115. Helen-Maria*. 

6116. Joseph-Yates*. 

6117. Leonard\ 

0118. Akna-Blooi>oood% b. 10 Dec. 1884. 

6119. John-Ketbs", b. 18 Apr. 1837; d. 29 May, 1888. 

6120. John-Kbtes", grad. Union Coll. Busindw between Troy and Albany. 

Res. 1872, Schenectady, N. Y, 

6121. Alonzo-Winslow'. Res. Chicago, III. 

6122. Clara- AiTTomBTTB'. Res. Schenectady, N. Y. 
6128. Frakcbs-Bliza*. Res. Schenectady, N. Y. 

6124. HANNAH- WINSLOW^ [6108] (ifiw. Window^ Hannah* iWimhuf) Paige. 
Bdward*, Edward}, Kendm^, Kenelm\) b. 13 Aug. 1791, Stephentown, N.Y.; d. I] 
Apr. 1852, Gilboa, N.T.; married, 1822, Archibald CBOSSWSLL of Broome, N.Y. 

Children: 



6125. 


Paiob. 




6126. 


Eellooo. 




6127. 


John-Ketss. 




6128. 


Mabt, probably married Wm. Weeks. 


Res. Taphanh, L.L 


6189. 


Abkl-Bbacb. 





6180. MARIA-CASSANDRA', [6109] {Rn. Wimilam^ JSbimaA'dFtnj^u)) Paige, 
BdMQT^, Edward^, Kendrv?, Kendtn^,) b. 24 Mar. 1794, Schaghticoke, N.Y. ; married, 
1815, David OADY of Florida or Minaville, N. Y., who died before 1872. He was 
8on of Judge David of Montgomery County, N.Y. Mrs. Cady has since died, but no 
date of death reported. Schenectady, N, F. 

Children: 

6181. Davii>-Wik8Low, died 8 Apr. 1859, San Francisco, Oal. 

6182. Sabah, married Edward Smitk. Res. 1872, MorrUUnen, N. T. 

6188. HON. CHRISTOPHER- ALONZO% [6110] {Hev. WindotD*, Hannah* iWins- 
Zbtf) Paige, Edward:', Eduford", Kenelm\ Kenelm\) b. 81 July, 1796 or '7, Schaghti- 



536 Descendants of Rev^ Winsloio* Paige^ D.D, K 

coke, N.T. ; d. 81 Mar. 1868, Schenectady, N.Y., just one year from the death of 
his accomplished wife. He married, 11 July, 1832, Harriet-B. Mumford. Qrad. 
Williams Coll., 1812, as salutatorian ; was admitted to the practice of law, 1819. 
Reporter to the Court of Chancery, N.T., 1828-1846, during which time he pub- 
lished " Reports of Cases in the Court of Chancery of the State of New York, 1828- 
1848." New York: 1880-48. 11 Vols., 8vo. In 1856, Vol. IV., and in 1857 Vols. U., 
III., and v., were revised and annotated by him. These volumes were published at 
these dates respectively. In 1852, Vols. VIII. and EX. were revised and annotated by 
Thomas- W. Waterman. In 1826, he was elected to the Legislature of New York, and 
served there with singular ability four successive years. In 1838, he was elected 
Senator and served with distinction four years; was subsequently re-elected. Elected 
Justice of the Supreme Court of New York, June, 1847, and drew for the term of 
four years. In 1855, was elected for two years to fill the vacancy occasioned by the 
resignation of Justice Cady. In June, 1867, was elected to the Constitutional Con- 
vention, where his efforts, with those of Hon. J. -8. Landon, to purify the ballot-box 
entitle him to the lasting gratitude of the people, whom in every capacity he served 
so well. District Attorney. He was Trustee of Union College thirty years. Deliv- 
ered the annual address before the Society of the Alumni of Williams College in 1862, 
a discourse which was much admired. Was elder in the Presbyterian church in 
Schenectady at the time of his death. 8chan€ctady, N. Y, 

They had six children, four of whom were living in 1871: 
6134. Bknjahin-M'., born in 1884; died in 1888. 

G135. CIiARa-Kbtbs*, born in 1886; married, 29 Sept. 1877, in St George's 
Church, Schenectady, N.Y., by Bishop Doan, to Rev. William Payne, 
D.D., Rector of St. George's Church, S. s.p. 

Res. 1887, Schenectady^ N, T. 
6136. Harribttb-Mumford*, bom in 1838; married Douglas Campbell. 
Children: 

6187. WilUam*. 

6188. Harriette-Paige*. 
6139. Carolinb*. 

C140. Edward- WiNSLow*, grad. Union Coll. 1864. Lawyer. Res. 1872, Sche- 
nectady, N.Y., and, 1887, Br&toort Houte^ New 7arh City, 

6141. DIANA-CLARISSA% [6111] {Bev, WiniUni>\ Hannah^ iWinsUno) 'BbX^, 
Edward\ Edward}, Kenelm', Kenelm\) b. 25 Feb. 1799, Schaghticoke, N.Y.; d, 19 
May, 1868, Schenectady, N.Y., and was buried there. She was married by Rev. 
Winslow* Paige, at Florida, Montgomery Co., N.Y., 2 Mar. 1820, to Allen-Heyer 
JACHSON of Florida, bom there, 2 Dec. 1797. He died 25 Sept 1886, New York 
City, and was buried in Gilboa, Schoharie Co., N.Y. He was a civil engineer. Res. 
Palatine and Anriesville, Montgomery Co., N.Y. OUboa, Schoharie Co., N, 7. 

Children : 
CI 42. 1. JcDGB Samtjrl-Winslow*, b. 28 June, 1821, Palatine, Montgomery Co., 
N.Y. ; was married by Rev. J.-Trumbull Backus, D.D., Schenectady, 23 
Apr. 1862, to Louisa Potter, b. 14 Jan. 1837, Gleuville, SchenecUdy 



K Jacksoii^ Mason^ Paige^ Potter. 637 

County, N.Y., dau. of Isaac of G. Lawyer. Judge Jackson graduated 
at Union College in 1842; was admitted to the bar in Jan. 1848, was 
appointed Justice of Supreme Court of the State of N.Y. in Oct. 1871| 
and appointed a memi)er of the Constitutional Commission to revise the 
Constitution of the State of N.Y. in 1873. Res. 1887, Sdieneetady^ N. Y. 

Children born in Schenectady: 

(J143. 1. Mary-Potter», b. 1 Mar. 1868. 

6144. 2. Allen-Heyer*, b. 23 June, 1864. 

6145. 8. Antoinette-Paige*, b. 9 July, 1868. 

6146. 4. Julia-Livingston*, b. 22 Apr. 1871. 

6147. 5. Alonzo*, b. 5 May, 1878. 
6147» 6. Frank-Potter*, b. 21 July, 1875. 
6147* 7. John-Tuttle*, b. 27 Nov. 1877. 

6148. 2. Alonzo-Cliktoh*, b. 10 Dec. 1828, Glen, Montgomery Co., N.Y.; died in 

the navy; married Dora- A. Mumford. 

Children : 

6149. Helen-Maria*, married John-T. ICason of Baltimore. 

lies. 1887, Baltimore^ Md, 
Cliildren: 
6I49* Dara'\ 

61 49* Stephen- Tho/npMn}\ 

fil4ft« Gertrude'*. 

6149* ArmisUad'*. 

6150. Alonzo*. 

6151. 8- Ct-ara-Louisa*, b. 8 Oct. 1829, Gilboa, N.Y. For information of her 

family address Mrs. A.-H. Knapp, of Osawatomie, Kansas, 1875. 

6152. 4. John-Kkyes*, b. 18 May, 1882, Gilboa. 

6153. 6. Allbn-Heybr*, b. 24 Jan. 1885, Gilboa; was an officer through the 

Rebellion; and, 1875, was in the United States Army. 

6154. ANTOINETTE^ [6112] (Ret. Winelow*, Hannah* (Window) T&ige, Ed- 
ward*, ISdward*, Kenelm*, Kenelm\) b. 11 Aug. 1805, Schaghticoke, N.Y. ; m. 14 
Feb. 1825, George Smith of Florida, N.Y., born in Edinluirgh, Scotland; died 26 
Aug. 1828, Fort Johnson, N.Y. She married 2d, 15 June, 1836, Hon. Piatt POTTBB 
of Schenectady, N.Y., b. 6 Apr. 1803, Galway, Saratoga Co., N.Y., sixth child of 
Restcome* and Lucinda (Strong). Mrs. Antoinette Potter d. 5 May, 1888. She was 
the last survivor of the children of her father. Rev. Winslow* Paige, D.D. [6106]. 

*Bestcoiiie Potter was born at Little Compton. Rhode Island, August 1, 1768, and remoTed fh>ni 
thence in iufiuicy, with his parents, to Dutchess County, N.Y., where his father died in 1776* leaving 
him the eldest of a TamUy of seven children. lie was a volunteer in the war of the Bevolntion at the 
age of fifteen, and served at different periods about one year; a part of the time under the command 
of Col. Ethan Alien ot Vermont. He was also in the battle of Bennington. He was twice married. 
His first wife was n Miss Carpenter, by whom he had three children, all of whom he lost. His second 
wife wms I^uclnda Strung, by whom he liad fifteen children, twelve of whom survived him. He died 
n June, li^lfi, aged nearly eighiy-iive. Alter the war of the revolution, ho removed to the County of 



538 Descendants of JEdward* Winslow. K 

He entered upon the stady of the law without the advantages of a collegiate 
education. He commenced and finished his term of study in the office of the Hon. 
Christopher-Alonzo^ Paige [6138], in tlie city of Schenectady, and was admitted to the 
bar of the Supreme Court as attorney in 1828. He began practice in Florida, Mont- 
gomery County; was elected and served in the Legislature of the State in 1831. In 
1834, he removed from thence to Schenectady and formed a co-partnership with C.-A^. 
Paige, his former preceptor, which continued fourteen years. He was during that 
period appointed by the court district attorney, which office he held twelve years. 
In November, 1857, he was elected a justice of the Supreme Court of the State of New 
York for the term of eight years. In November, 1865, he was re-elected to the same 
office without opposition. During the year 1865 he was Judge of the Court of Ap- 
peals, the highest law court in the State. His last election of judge he still con- 
tinues to hold. Under the provisions of the amended constitution of 1870 he was 
selected by the Governor of the State as one of the bench to constitute the Court of 
Review, as distinguished from circuit judges. In 1866 he was elected a trustee of 
Union College, which institution, in the following year, conferred upon him the honoi^ 
ary degree of LL.D. Since 1834 he has resided in Schenectady, N.T. 

Child: 
6155. Mary, b. 1 Mar. 1836, Minaville, Montgomery Co., N.Y.; m. by Rev. Dr. 
Backus, Schenectady, N.T., at the residence of her step-father, Hon. 
Piatt Potter, 24 Feb. 1847, B. -Franklin Potter, b. 23 June, 1815, Sche- 
nectady Co., N.Y., thirteenth child of Restcome and Lucinda (Strong) 
of Glenville, N.Y. [See 6154]. He died 18 Mar. 1870. Lawyer. s.p. 

Res. Schenectady^ N. 7. 

6166. RACHEL*, [928] {Bdward', Edward}, Kenelm\ Kendm\) b. 10 Feb. 1749, 
Rochester, Plymouth Co., Mass. ; died in 1810, Whitingham, Vt. She was married 
29 Feb. 1769, [pub. Rochester, Mass., 11 Dec. 1768,] to Joseph HAMMOND. Far- 
mer. Whitingham^ Vt 

Child: 

6157. Rachel- WiNBLow*, b. 6 Dec. 1789, Rochester, Mass. ; d. 4 Oct 1865; m. 

Rupert, Bennington Co., Yt, 24 Oct 1810, James Bussell, b. 24 Sept 
1791, Salem, Warfiington Co., N.Y. 

Children : 

6158. 1. Chauncey', b. 1 Mar. 1812. 

6159. 2. John% b. 31 Aug. 1813, Rupert; d. 24 Sept 1866, Flint, Genesee Co., 

Mich.; m. Gainsville, Wyoming Co., N.Y., 26 Feb. 1845, Achsah- 
M. Smith, bom at G., 1 Feb. 1827. Res. 1867, Fluahing, Mich. 

Saratoga, K.T., where he kept a store and tavern, until he remoTe<l, about the year 1809, to OlenTillc, 
Bcheneotady Oo,^ where he continued to reside until his death. He occupied during his life various 
places of public trust; was a colonel in the miUtia, Justice of the peace, and for sixteen years a Judge 
of the County Court. 

Lnoinda Strong, his second wife, was bom in Litchfield, Connecticut, in 1778, and was the daugh- 
ter of Thomas and Sarah Strong, a family of note in that State. Her family removed from thence to 
Saratoga County, where she was married in 1790. She survived her husband two years, and died 
May4,18i8. 



K JitisseUj Sherman, 689 

Children : 

6160. 1. Edgar-Tiffany; h. 5 Sept 1849, Gainesville. 

6161. 9. Alice-Burton^y b. 12 Feb. 1854, Flint Township, Mich. 
6168. 8. Milan-Winslow\ b. 14 Feb. 1857, Flint Township, Mioh. 

6168. 3. Rachel-Delilah^ b. 1 Mar. 1816; d. 4 July, 1818. 

6164. 4. Delilah-Rachel', b. 1 July, 1818. 

6165. 5. Stephen-Hamniond% b. 18 May, 1820. 

6166. 6. James- Avery\ b. 11 May, 1822. 

6167. 7. Clarissa-Winslow', h. 7 Apr. 1824. 

6168. 8. Harriet- Ann', b. 11 Mar. 1827. 

6169. 9. William% b. 81 Jan. 1829. Res. 1878, QainenUU, N. 7. 

6170. TISDALE*, [929] {Edward', Edward}, Kenelm\ Kendm\) b. 8 Apr. 1751, 
Rochester, Mass. ; died in Saratoga County, N.Y. ; m. Rochester, 15 Aug. 1778, 
Jane Blackwell or Ilolbrook. He removed first to Vermont, afterwards to Saratoga 
Co., N.Y., but at what dates we are not informed. June 15, 1789, his unfinished 
house in Vermont took fire in his absence from home, and was consumed, burning 
to death fonr of his children : Rachel, Josiah, Tisdale, and Betsey. Farmar. 

Children bom in Rochester: 

6171. Rachbl, b. 8 June, 1774. 

6172. Josiah, b. 6 Feb. 1778. 

6173. Makt-O., b. 14 Aug. 1780. 

6174. TiSDALB. 

6175. Bbtsbt. 

0176. Betsbt-P., b. 81 Dec. 1790. 

6177. TisDALB, b. 27 Sept. 1793. Removed to Ohio before 1869. 

6178. Sarah-M., b. 27 Jan. 1796. 

6179. THANKFUL*, [931j (Edward*, Edward^, Eenelm% Kenelm\) b. 14 Aug. 
1755, Rochester, Mass. ; died of consumption soon after the birth of her second son. 
She married at Rochester, 23 June, 1776, Jabez 8HEBMAN. They removed from 
Uiat town to Easton, N.T., taking with them Mercy' [988]. 

Children : 

6180. Rbsolyeo. 
6h81. Hbman. 

6182. BENJAMIN*, [932] (Edward^, Edward^, Kenelm\ Kenelm\) b. 8 June, 
175», Rochester, Plymouth Co., Mass.; died about 1817, Whitingham, Windham 
Co., Vt. He married [pub. 18 Mar. 1780,] Rebecca Ellis, d. of Malachi. He 

married 2d, Prudence All>ee, who afterward married Thayer, and died 80 Dec. 

1841, while visiting her son Edward* at Depauville, N.Y. Mrs. Rebecca (Winslow) 
Hall [6693 J has her family Bible containing her family records. Farmer. 

Res. Rochester. Mass., and Whitingham, Vt. 



540 Maj, Anaer Window. K 

Children : 

6183. 1. AsKNATH, born in 1782-8, Rochester, Mass. ; d. Mar. 1814 or '15, JeHornon 

Co., N.Y. ; married Hufus Barr, a farmer. s.p. Res. Le Ray^ N, F. 

6184. 2. Thomas, born in 1784, Rochester; died there in 1801. 

6185. 8. Anbkl, boru in Rochester; died in infancy. 

6186. 4. AifSEL, [6192] b. 9 Mar. 1787; d. 28 Aug. 1870; m. Lucinda Tainter. 

6187. 5. Edward, [6258] b. 15 Mar. 1788; m. 8 Nov. 1812, Fanny Otis. 

6188. 6. Susannah, bom in 1792, Rochester; d. February, 1811; married, January, 

1811, Amos Shumway, of Le Ray, b. 15 Aug. 1790, Whitingham, Vt., 

g. of Levi and Chloe ( ) of W. Farmer. 

Res. 1872, Breckmi-idge^ Oaldwdl Co.^ Mo, 

6189. 7. Ezbkirl-Dknnis, [6278] b. 8 Sept. 1798; m. 9 Aug. 1818, Sarah Clark. 

By 2d marriage: 

6190. 8. Ellis, [6287] bom in Whitingham; died about 1837; m. Abby (!) Foster; 

m. 2d . 

0191. 9. J died young. 



6192. MAJ. ANSEL^, [6180] (Benjamin^, Edward*, Edward^, Kendm*, Kenelm\) 
b. 9 Mar. 1787, Roclicster, Mass.; d. 23 Aug. 1870, Chicago, III., at the residence 
of bis son, Almerin-Henry* [6254]. He married, 22 May, 1808, Lucinda Tainter, b. 
7 Mar. 1790, Somers, Conn. He left Rochester when about eighteen years of age, 
and went to Boston, where lie remained about two years, then went to Whitinghaoi, 
Vermont, where he met Lucinda Tainter, his future wife, daughter of Deacon 
Jonathan* and Jemima (Root), [Benjaniiu^ and Ilaunah (Wood), Dea. and Lieutenant 
Simon* and Rebecca (Harrington), Simou^ and Joanna (Stone); Josepli', b. 1613, 
came to America in ye ship Cor\fidence^ 1638, and Mary (Guy), b. in 1619, came to 
America in same ship] at the time on a visit to her uncle, Dr. Stephen Tainter, who, 
in 1802, married Mercy' Wiuslow [6288]. In 1810 tliey, with several other families, 
removed to tlie town of Le Ray, Jefferson Co., N.Y. In 1812 he was a soldier at the 
defence of Sackett^s Harbor; in 1817 was appointed Lieutenant in the 108th Regiment 
of Infantry, in 1818 Captain, and in 1819 Major in tlie same regiment; was deputy 
sheriff in 1847-8; constable and collector in the town from 1838 to 1848; in 1855 
removed to Millburg, Mich., where he resided until 1865, when he went to live with 
his son Almerin-Henry\ He was a member of the Baptist church for many years; was 
buried at St Joseph, Mich., beside his wife Lucinda. Though a man of great activ- 
ity and vital force, be was of very delicate physical organization, and, owing to 
overtaxing his strength in his younger days, spent the last thirty-five years of his 
life in broken health. He was very social and pleasing in his intercourse with the 
world, and most kind and affectionate in his family relations, and, while not of spe- 
cially pious character, was very conscientious, honorable, and charitable. Lucinda 
was a member of the Baptist church, a women of great piety, sound judgment and 
force of character, which she devoted to the education and government of her family. 
They lie buried side by side after a married life of fifty -seven years. She died at 
Millburg, 14 May, 18C6. 



K UaU, NiyrUm. 641 

Major Wiuslow had a looking-glass that was said to have been brought over in 
tlM MaiyflmDer, It is now in the possession of the family of Almerin-Henry\ Farmer. 

MWJbwrHy BerrUn Co,^ Mich, 
Children : 

•198. 1. R£BECCA% b. 14 Jan. 1809, Whitingham, Windham Co., Vt; married at 
Le Ray, Jefferson Co., N.Y., 27 Dec. 1832, Foster- Very Hall, b. 15 Mar. 
1809, W., 8. of Capt. Samuel and Hepsibah (Albee), who was sister of 
Pmdence Albee, wife of Benjamin* Winslow [6182]. He died 17 Jan. 
1884. Farmer. Mrs. H. res. 1887, De})aunlU, Jefferson Go.^ N.Y. 

Children: 

•104. 1. Sylvia-Albee*, b. 6 Jan. 1834, DepanWlle; married there, 8 Jan. 1860, 

David Norton, b. 20 May, 1833, at D., s. of John and Busan 
(Smith) of D. Mrs. Norton died at Depanville, 7 May, 1886. 

Res. DepautUU^ K T. 
Children bom in Depanyille: 

6105. 1. Horace-Hiram^^ b. 1 Mar. 1861 ; married 7 Oct. 1885, Grant Bate- 

man of Adams, Jefitereon Co., N.Y. 

Child : 

1. Infant son, b. ; died S6 Apr. 1887. 

2. HerberURo9M, b. 18 Jan. 1863. 

8. WiUi^, b. 20 Jan. 1865; d. 4 Mar. 1866, at Depaaville. 

4. Dora-Lorern^^ b. 7 Oct. 1868. 

6. Arthur-John^^ b. 1 Apr. 1872. 

Hiram- Winslow*, b. 4 Nov. 1885, Depauville; died there, 8 Dec. 1856. 

Leander-Abiathar*, b. 29 Mar. 1837, D.; m. Millburg, Mich., 27 Aug. 
1866, Emarancy-Frances Hess of M., born there, 80 Iklar. 1842, 
dau. of George- W. and Mary-Ann (Highy) of M. Qrad. Eastman's 
College, Rochester, N.Y., 1861. Township treasurer, 1864-5, and 
justice of the peace, 1863-0. Manufacturer. In July, 1861, he 
went to Millburg, Berrien Co., Mich., and afterwards removed to 
Benton Harbor, in the same county. 

1887, res. 821 Wut Madiwn Street^ CkicagOy III 

Children: 

6«01. 1. Ona-LiUian^ b. 27 Aug. 1868, Millburg. 

6301* 2. Gearge'Fo9ter\ b. 1 Mar. 1871. 

6201^ 3. HaUic-JSli»t\ b. 7 Apr. 1872. 

6201* 4. NeUie-BeU^, b. 6 June, 1875. 

6201* 5. NevDion-Le^, b. 18 June, 1879. 

6202. 4. Newton-Baxter*, b. Jan. 1840, Depauville; married there, 17 Jan. 

1861, Helen-Melissa Bowe, bom at Three Mile Bay, 18 Nov. 1889, 
dan. of Elijah and Sally (Lawton) of D. Removed to Michigan in 

1862. Res. 1869, and 1887, BetUon Bfivbor, Mich, 



6195* 




6196. 




6197. 




6108. 




6198* 




6199. 


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6200. 


3. 



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2. 


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542 SmoAfC {Window) MoNcil. K 

Children born in Millbnrg: 

Perley-Elijah*^ b. 27 Sept. 1802. 

WiUie-Newton\ b. 7 Feb. 1805. 

Frank' Wesl^, b. 12 Nov. 1806. 

Blanche'May\ b. 28 May. 1871. 

Olara-Maud^, b. 10 Feb. 1873. 

Clarence-ir., b. 10 Feb. 1873. 
Laurentine- Augusta*, b. 15 June, 1842, Depauville; died there, 16 
Oct. 1869; married there, 8 Jau. 1803, Hiram Mount, b. 12 June, 
1888, Lafargeville, town of Orleans, son of John and Margaret 
( ) of D. Res. DepauviUe, N. Y. 

Child: 

0207. Edgar-Vinton*, b. 17 Kov. 1866, Depauville. 

0208. ^ 2. Son', born in Le Ray; died in infancy. 

6209. 8. Su8AN% b. 23 Feb. 1812, Evans' Mills, .Jefferson Co., N. Y. ; married there, 
27 Dec. 1832, Jacob McNiel, b. 24 Dec. 1808, Saratoga, Washington 
Co., New York, s. of Jacob and Clarissa (Scofield) of Jefferson County. 
Mr. McNeil died 3 Sept. 1883. Mrs. McNeil died of valvular disease 
of the heart at the house of her daughter, Mrs. Dyer, in Chesaning, 
Saganaw Co., Mich., 22 May, 1887, and was buried beside her husband 
in Tecumseh, Lewanee Co., Mich. Lumberman. 

Res. (Uintou and Teeumseh^ Mich, 

They removed to Michigan in 1834. Few of to-day, occupying 
pleasant homes, enjoying the blessings of church privileges, of schools 
and of society, familiar only with the modem modes and conveniences, 
of travel, can realize the fortitude necessary to enable one to leave a 
home of happiness and comfort to endure the inconveniences, the hard- 
ships and sufferings, inseparable from a thousand-mile journey, to find at 
last a home in the wilderness almost witliout extent, far from friends and 
from almost everything which renders life pleasant — yet such was thc^ 
heroism possessed by Mrs. ^IcNeil, that when her husband thought it 
best to find a home in a new country, she arose calm, strong, resolute, 
and turning from almost everything which before had given life its joy, 
by his side set out upon their journey westward. 

Cultured, refined, and delicate in all her feelings, it is not to be sup- 
posed that this step was taken without many heartaches. Th^ir new 
home was chosen near where now stand the villages of Clinton and 
Tecumseh in Michigan. There they passed together over fifty years of 
happy wedded life; and there, December 27, 1882, celebrated the golden 
anniversary of their wedding day. Mrs. McNeil was lovely in all the rela- 
tions of life, and was lovely still, even in death. This tribute a brother 
pays to a sister's love, and to her many exalted virtues. 

But before another year had passed the separation came, and Mr. 
BlcNeil had *goue before.' A few years more and the compaoioii of hia 



K Susan' ( Winslow) McNeil 648 

life followed, calmly passing to the spirit life, aud was bnried by his 
side in the beantifal cemetery of Tecamseh, near the home where they 
had 80 long lived. 

We copy the following, read by A.-B. Winslow, at the golden 
wedding before mentioned. If a trifle long, and somewhat nnasnal 
in a work of this kind, there is little danger of its becoming a 
precedent, as instances of two sisters married at the same time and 
place and living with their companions over fifty years, very seldom 
occnr. The other sister [6198] is still living. 

"Fifty years! This is a long time, my friends, and few there are 
of all those who had entered life this length of time ago now living 
upon the earth; and fewer still are those who have lived their seventy 
years. How few then must these couples be who, however early in lifers 
morning they joined their destinies to walk hand in hand Jife*s jonmey, 
have been permitted thus to walk through the years of half a century 1 

" But there are such. Fifty years ago to-night there went out from 
a little home in northern New York two youthful couples — the bride's 
sisters. With strong hearts to engage in the battles of life, and with 
bright hopes for its future joys, they set forth in their respective but 
divergent ways. 

*' The path in life of one was chosen near their childhood's home, 
where in after years, among the old familiar scenes, they could live over 
and over again the joys of their early days. 

'* The other couple, animated by that restless ambition so charac- 
teristic of the American people, almost before the honey-moon had 
waned found a home in. the wilds of Michigan. 

"That hardships would be encountered, both in the journey and 
subsequently, was to be expected in that early day; and separated 
so far from home and friends, I need not say that for manj years dark 
sorrows, trials, and disappointments were the accompaniments of their 
daily life. I do not speak of these as being peculiar to themselves, for 
they shadow the pioneer in all places and at all times, and brave indeed 
most be the hearts which go forth to meet them. Pleasures are antici- 
pated which never come; sickness and death are in the air they breathe, 
and in the water they drink. It may be that the trials and sorrows of 
this couple were not greater than is usually encountered in a new conntry 
— ^I do not know — I only know that the days of their early western life 
were sad and full of trouble ; sickness, like a sombre cloud, darkened 
their pathway ; though little buds of promise came and brightened for a 
time their lonely home, they soon perished, leaving their hearts more 
desolate for having tasted the sweet joy of a parent's love. 

"But all is changed now. Many of their sorrows are forgotten; 
others are so mellowed by time that they bring no grief in their remem- 
brance. Other children came to them, and are spared to bless and to 
make glad their declining years; the friends of other days once more 
surround them ; the dark shadows which so long enshrouded them have 



544 Susan' ( Window) McNeil. K 

long since passed away, learing but tlie sonliglit of bope and happy 
anticipations. 

" Bot where are these conples now? The first is still liTing near the 
shores of the St. Lawrence, where first their patii in life was chosen. 
And the othert My own heart — and I know the heart of every person 
here, is made glad to-night that we are permitted thos to meet them in 
their happy home, bnt as we look upon them now we see but little to 
remind as (rf those who started oot together so long ago with them. The 
▼emal mom of life has changed to wintry eve; their locks then dark are 
nSw of silyeiy whiteness; their cheeks are furrowed deep, and their eyes 
are dim with age ; bnt tlie same warm grasp is in their hands, and the 
same loying hearts are theirs, as of old. After having traveled the long 
jonrney of fifty years together, and together home the burdens of life, 
they are ready on this fiftieth anniversary of their marriage day to 
pledge anew the troth then plighted; and a few of as are gathered with 
them, to rejoice with them in the happy event. 

^* Bat of all that large company which gathered in tbat northern 
home how few are here! Where are they? A few besides ourselves yet 
live ; bot the many, doubtless, have climbed tlie golden stairs, and now 
live upon the higher plains of life. Some then in lifers morning passed 
on ere its noon-tide came; others there were who lived the full number 
of man's allotted days, and becoming weary with life's burdens they 
laid them down, and themselves are now at rest. One by one they fall 
by the way, and we see them no more. To our mortal vision there are 
vacant places on all sides of us — we look for 'shadows where shadows 
used to fall,' but we see no shadows. 

** You will ezcose me, my friends, for leading yonr thoughts into so 
sad a channel on an occasion like this. There are some of os here to-night 
who feel the full force of the language I have used. I myself am filling, 
or trying to fill, the place of one no longer witli us. I need scarcely say 
that I allude to our older brother, so recently deceased. His life had been 
more fully identified with those of our brother and sister here than has 
my own ; he had anticipated much from the pleasures of this evening, 
but he has passed beyond the veil. But if it be true, my friends, as some 
assert, that the spirits of the dead commingle with the living, then 1 
know that our brother is present with us, and not he only, but many 
others who were present on the first occasion, and it may be that the in- 
visibles here to-night outnumber those we see, and that the interest 
they feel in what concerns ourselves, and the pleasures they enjoy, are 
greater than oar own. Could we but lift the veil which hides the spirit 
world, how wonderful might be the sight to meet our vision. The little 
babes our brother and sister laid to rest, the aged parents of them both, 
the brothers, sisters, friends, who were wont to greet them here — all 
present, and more real now than when cloUied in fiesh. I do not over- 
draw the views as entertained by many, and if they be true, then great 
indeed must be the joy which awaits oar entrance into- spirit life. I 



Stcsan^ ( Winslow) MoNeU. 545 

w<nlld n6t deny their truthfulness nor disbeliere them if I oonld, for they 
are pleasant views to entertain, and lead to pure, happy thoughts. 

^' But few belieye at the present day, I think, that our identity is lost 
when we enter the future life, but rather that we live as oar indiyidual 
selyes. If this be true, and nothing but the body dies, then our loves 
must live. We can see nothing unreasonable, therefore, in the spirit- 
child seeking the presence of its living mother, or of the spirit mother that 
of her living child; and what is true of their relations must be true 
of others. 

*'This aged couple in their youthful days chose each the other from 
all the world as a companion in life's pilgrimage; from then until the 
present time they have shared each other's joys and sorrows; and borne 
Bf> far as possible each other's burdens; and now, standing upon the bor- 
der-land between the two worlds, they are willing to renew love's pledges 
made in early life. 

*^ It is a grand spectacle. None are perfect, and the very fact that 
their love has survived the test of fifty years — has lived through all the 
storms of life, and that they have kept their hearts both firm and true, 
shows that 'great battles have been fought and great victories nobly 
won,' and can we suppose that when their bark shall reach the fartlier 
shore, their hearts, which have clung together in weal and woe through 
•nil their lives, will be content with other hearts? Oan we suppose their 
knre will die when in that land where all is lovef 

**They tell me I asked the question, when they were married, if he, 
our brother here, took my sister's name, instead of my sister his. I do 
not remember this, for I was very little then; my years could have been 
numbered by the fingers of a single hand; but I will ask this question 
DOW — could I love him more if through all these years he had borne our 
name— more, if through hU veins <n«r kindred's blood was flowing? He 
has been to me a brother; has given me a brother's love; I haTe loved him 
in return. Please let me ask another question. When we enter spirit- 
life, will he be no more to me, or I to him, because of these relations? 
Is this little family to be broken up, the members scattered, the kindred 
ties all broken? Are the parents there no more to love the child, or the 
child the parents, more than others whom here they know not of? 
When this earthly life shall end, are the sacred names of father, mother, 
lister, brother, to be heard no more? We cannot see it thus; the mother 
cannot thus forget the child once pillowed on her breast. 

** Believing that the spirit and not the body constitutes the man; 
that its existence beginning with early life will continue on forever; th«t 
kindred ties whieh exist in this may exist forever in the life to come — we 
are prepared to look with real joy to a reunion on the other side, and to 
a continuatioB there of the linppy relations existing here. We expect it 
to be thus. We expect to see looking as in life all the invisible friends 
who may be present here to-night, and to know them as we knew them 
b^rCi withtht same fHendships, the same affections, and the same loves. 



546 JJesoendanis of Maj. Ansel* Wmslow. K 

I need not tell yoa, therefore, that we fully expect this couple, when a 
few more years shall have come and gone, will lie down as it were, in 
sleep, but soon to awaken again, unchanged in feeling, and scarcely 
knowing that tlie change called death had come to them. I need not 
tell you that we fully expect them to continue in the summer land the 
journey they have commenced in this. We fully expect them to continue 
it together, the same as here; and when another fifty years shall have 
rolled away, we hope to have the pleasure of attending another anniver- 
sary wedding, where the two couples we have mentioned, the friends 
who are here to night, those absent but still in the flesh, and all those 
who have passed onward, shall be gathered together. But what name 
can be given it? It will be beyond the golden, beyond the diamond — 
far beyond any and all things earthly, both in the magnificence of the 
spirit home, and in our unbounded joy.'* 

Children bom in Tecumseh : 

6210. 1. Lucinda-Cordelia*, b. 8 Sept 1834; d. 80 Oct 1884, T. 

6211. 2. Charles-Ansel*, b. 4 June, 1886; d. 14 Aug. 1888, T. 

6212. 8. Almerin*, b. 19 Aug. 1889; died the same day. 

6218. 4. Elizabeth-Cornelia*, b. 14 June, 1843, Tecumseh; married there, 11 

Jan. 1859, Qeorge McNeil, b. 28 May, 1837, at T., s. of EUsha and 
Permelia (Goodrich) of Carthage. Tobacconist Res. Coldw^ter 
five years, removing thence to St Louis, Mo.; South Bend, lud., 
two years, and Adrian, Mich, 

Child: 

6214. OharUs' Window*^ b. 28 Dec. 1859, Tecumseh. 

6215. 6. Josephine-Cornelia*, b. 21 Apr. 1846; married in Tecumseh, 14 Nov. 

1865, Sylvester-Edward Dyer, b. 5 Jan. 1845, Oakland, Mich., s. 
of Edward-Sylvester and Jane (Stilson) of Chesaniug, Saginaw Co., 
Mich. He served in the war; was Sergt. of Co. G., Ist Mich. En- 
gineers and Mechanics; enlisted 18 Sept. 1861, and was discharged 
81 Sept. 1864, Atlanta, Ga. Res. 1870, and 1887, Chetaning, Mich. 

Children: 

6216. 1. La Vergn^y b. 19 Dec. 1868, Chesaning. 
6216* 2. LueUa-Elkabeth^ b. 7 June, 1880. 

6217. 6. Harriet-Theresa*, b. 25 Feb. 1849. 

0218. 4. Db. Ansel', b. 17 Sept 1814, Le Ray, Jefferson Co., N.T. ; d. 8 Mar. 1882; 
m. Tecumseh, 7 Jan. 1839, Emily Campbell, dau. of Isaiah Campbell of 
T. After her death he married in T., 26 Jan. 1848, Betsey Goodrich, b. 
16 Nov. 1816, Pamelia, Jefferson Co., N.Y., dau. of Ira and Sarah 
(Benson) of T. She died 18 July, 1844, at T. (s.p.) He married 8d, 
Freedom, Washtenaw Co., Mich., 7 May, 1848, Harriet Magoon, b. 22 
Jan. 1821, Camillus, Onondaga Co., N.Y., dau. of Dr. Isaac and Betsey 



Pray, j^tilesy Wells^ Bryimt. 647 

(Coney) of Freedom. She d. 28 Mar. 1887. Adjutant and captain 
of militia. Physician. Res. Millbnrg, Berrien Co., and 

IHmoTidaUf Mich. 
Children by 1st marriage: 
6219. Martin-Ansel*, born and died in Tecumseh, Mich* 

6220l Morton-Benjamin', died in Tecumseh. 

Child by 2d marriage: 

6221. John-Damon% bom and died in Michigan. 
Children by 8d marriage: 

6222. William-Morton*, b. 27 Mar. 1849, Silver Lake, Washtenaw Co., 

Mich. ; died 5 Oct. 1878. 

6223. Elizabeth-Mary", b. 27 Sept. 1851, Millbarg, Mich. ; m. Eaton Rapids, 

Mich., 8 Oct. 1868, George-D. Pray, b. 2 Feb. 1848, Superior, Wash- 
tenaw Co., Mich., son of l^athan-Hamon and Sally- Ann (McCor- 
mick) of Foster, Providence Co., R.L Farmer. 

Res. 1871, Windaar, Eaton Oo.^ Mich, 
Children : 

6224. Anna-Lovisi^y b. 16 Apr. 1870. 

6225. Merta-Elualteth*, 

6225* George-Freeman* y b. 6 Dec. 1882. 

6226. Frank-Henry*, b. 27 Mar. 1858, Millburg. 
622(^ Florence*, b. and d. 4 Sept. 1859. 

6227. Percival-Almerin*, b. 28 May, 1864, Millburg, Berrien Co., Mich.; 

married, at Eaton Rapids, 81 Dec. 1886, Lula-Ettie Buckley. 

6228. 5. LuciNDA% b. 27 Jan. 1817, Le Ray; m. Evans' Mills, N.Y., 26 Jan. 1886, 

Alonzo-Farrington Stiles, b. 11 Dec. 1811, son of Farrington and Betsey 
(Kelsey). Farmer. Res. Millburg and Benton Harbor^ Mich, 

Children: 

622». 1. Elizabeth-Lucinda*,' bom 27 May, 1889, Jefferson Co., N.Y.; m. 

Bainbridge, Berrien Co., Mich., to G. -Allen Wells, 10 May, 1858. 

She married 2d, 6 Aug. 1868, Niles, Berrien Co., Mich., 8. -P. 

Bryant, b. 4 Aug. 1844. Res. Oreelei/, Weld Co.^ CMarado. 

Children by 1st marriage: 
«259* 1. Uerbert'A\, b. 6 Aug. 1869. 

6-i29»» 2. Daughter^, b. and d. 19 Aug. 1860. 

6-i29« 3. Eugene- A\y b. 26 May, 1862; d. 9 Aug. 1866. 

6.239* 4. Minnie-Maij% b. 18 Apr. 1864; d. 17 Aug. 1866. 

B/ 2d marriage: 
6^529- 5. Unyd'L\, b. 22 Feb. 1879. 

6230. 2. Ansel-.Moiizo*, b. 16 July, 1841; enlisted as private in Burgess* West- 

em SImrpshooters, 18 Oct. 1861, and died 18 Apr. 1862, at Pittsburg 
Landing. 



54^' Descendant of Maj, Ansel* Whislow, K 

6281. 8. Ennly-Antoinette*, b. 26 Jan. 1844, Berrien Co., Mich., mameil, 7 

Not. 1865, Henry- Alpha Simons, s. of Oren and Sophia (Martin). 

Res. Otage^ Iowa, 
Children : 
6231* 1. Arthyr-Amel^y b. 7 Jan. 1868. 

0231^ 2. Eugene-Sydney*^ b. 1 Aug. 1871. 

023 !• 8. Wilbur-Henry^ b. 20 Jnne, 1878. 

G231* 4. Eruin-GarJUld^y b. 12 May, 1880. 

6232. 4. Almerin-Henry-Farrington*, b. 6 Oct. 1850, Bainbridge, Berrien Co., 

Midi. ; m. 12 Mar. 1878, Julia-A. Cross. He d. 10 Oct. 1878. 
6238. 5. Ida-Araminta% b. 22 Jan. 1858, Bainbridge, Berrien Co., Mich.; m. 

14 Oct. 1875, Freeman-G. Pray of Dimondale, Mich., b. 15 Apr. 
1853, s. of Nathan-H,amon and Sally- Ann (McCormick) of Foster, 
Providence Co., R.I. Farmer and merchant 

Res. Dimondale J Mic/t, 
Children: 
6288» 1. Araminta-Lueinda*^ b. 20 July, 1878. 

6238* 8. Lucien'AndretD% b. 20 May, 1883. 

6234. 6. Ina-Elora*, b. 80 Mar. 1855, Bainbridge; m. 2 Jan. 1878, Arthur-Lewis 

Pearl, b. 10 May, 1855, 8. of Lewis and Juliette (Enos). 

Re8. 1887, Dodge City, Kan. 
Children: 
6234» 1. Mawrke-Arthui^y b. 18 May, 1880. 

6234* 3. Boland-BP'., b. 2 March, 1888. 

6234« 8. Mna-Elora^ b. 22 Oct. 1885. 

6285. ?• Lucian*, b. 1 Nov. 1857, Bainbridge; married, 10 Sept. 1886, Corii-M. 

Crossman. Res. 1887, Benton Harbor^ Berrien Co., Mich. 

Child: 

6285* IxnOa^, b. 25 Jane 1887. 

6386. 6. Damon-Amdrb% b. 19 May, 1819, Le Ray, Jefferson Co., N.T. ; m. 9. Mar. 
1848, Tamour-Maria Scarles, b. 5. Jan. 1881, Wales, Erie Co., N.Y., dau. 
of Stephen and Polly (Cobb). Was educated at Le Ray Academy and 
at Qouvemeur Wesleyan Seminary; in 1841 he was appointed by Gov. 
W.-H. Seward brigade quartermaster under Brigadier-General Daniel-C. 
Rouse. He moved to Michigan in 1844, studied law with Hon. Peter 
Morey at Tecumseh, was admitted to the law courts in June, 1845, and 
subsequently, the same year, to the Court of Chancery. He also settled 
at Charlotte, Eaton Co., Mich., in 1845. In 1846 he was appointed 
prosecuting attorney for Eaton Co., by Governor Fetch, and was post- 
master at Charlotte under President Polk. In 1851 he removed to St. 
Joseph, Berrien County, Michigan, where he has since resided. 

He was three times elected Circuit Court Commissioner for Berrien 
County, and was for four years attorney for the Chicago and Michigan 
Lake Shore Rail road Company. For several years he was vice-president 



K Wolvertofi. 54D 

of the Michigan Uistorical ayd Archaeological Aasoctation, and was 
appointed delegate from that society to the centennial exposition; was 
also for many years historian of Berrien County Pioneer Society. 

In 1876, he read before the Michigan Historical and Archsological 
Association a paper on the early history of Berrien County — from 1679 — 
and prepared and read at the fourth of July celebration, a paper on the 
early history and settlement of St. Joseph as recommended by resolution 
of Congress. 

During 1868 and 1864, he edited and published the 8t, Joteph 
Pioneety and until the election of Mr. Lincoln in the latter year, closing his 
valedictory with the following sentiments: *^ Union is the one great 
desire of our heart, and the object of our efforts, and if that object can 
better be attained by the success of the opposite party, then we sink 
party in patriotism and bow a willing obedience to the will of the 
people." 

As a man he has been honest and incorruptible — so much so that it 
has often been said of him that he was too honest for a lawyer. Though 
very decided in his opinions en all subjects, he is withal liberal. It can- 
not truthfully be said of him that he was a great advocate at the bur, but 
as an office lawyer, and in his judgment of law he has had few equals 
and no superiors in Western Michigan. He has never aspired to politi- 
cal position, such a life l>eing distasteful to him. He is now and for 
many years has been a member of the Protestant Episcopal Church. 

Children: 

6237. 1. Charles-Morton", b. 27 May, 1849, Charlotte, Eaton Co., Mich. : 

m. 12 Oct. 1878, Clara-Ellen Wilson, b. 29 Dec. 1857, dau. of John 
and Cornelia (Cory). 

Children : 
6237* 1. Oraci^, b. 21 Oct. 1875; d. 27 Feb. 1884. 

6237* 2. Donald-Morton*, b. 2 Nov. 1878; d. 28 .Mar. 1883. 

6238. 2. Polly-Iola% b. 16 Dec. 1850, Charlotte, Mich.*; m. 29 Dec. 1874, 

John-McCoy Wolverton, b. 4 Nov. 1846, s. of John and Rachel 
(Chew). He d. 4 Sept. 1885. 

Children: 
62«8* 1. Clara-Bachel*, b. 28 Mar. 1876. 

6238* 2. no9a-Aurelia\ b. 29 Nov. 1880; d. 23 Jan. 1881. 

62:18* 3. lola-JMlP, b. 2 Dec. 1882. 

6289. 8. Franklin-Augustus", b. 13 Feb. 1853, St. Joseph, Berrien Co., Mich. : 

m. 81 May, 1882, Margaret Forbes, of Plainville, Mich., b. 6 Oct. 

1852, dau. of William and Margaret (Mclntyre) born at Peter Head, 

Scotland. Res. 1887, Saugatuck, Allegan Co., Mich. 

6240. 4. Edward- Damon", b. 9 Sept. 1855, St. Joseph, Berrien Co., Mich.; ni. 

17 Sept. 1881, Lydia-Dormau Webster, b. 30 Juue, 1857, d. of 

Elizur and Frances (Averill). 



650 Descendants of Moq. AmeP Window. K 

Children : 
6240* 1. Mward-Webster^y b. 4 Aug. 188d. 

6240* 2. EthoT^ b. 16 Nov. 1883. 

6240* 8. Olarenc&-Morton\ b. 2 Oct 1885. 

6241. 5. Ro8a-Clarinda% b. 18 Apr. 1858, St Joseph, Berrien Co., IGch.; d. 

there, 8 Jan. 1860. 

6242. 6. Clara-Isabel*, b. 8 June, 1862, St. Josep]i, Berrien Co., Mich. ; m. 8 

June, 1885, Arthur-Eldred Raze, b. 19 May, 1859, 8. of Horatio- 
Nelson and Jane (Curtis). 
Child: 
6242* Ata-Jant^y b. 6 Apr. 1886. 

6243. 7. SoN% died in infancy. 

6244. 9. Dr. Mkltin-Thomas^ b. 7 Aug. 1824, Le Ray, Jefferson Co., N.Y. ; m. 

Depauville, N.Y., 22 Nov. 1849, Sarah-Morris Blount, b. 18 Dec. 1829, 
Watertown, N.T., dau. of Ambrose and Elizabeth (Wood). She died 20 
Feb. 1856, Quincy, EL, and was buried at Macomb, 111. He married 2d, 
Macomb, 111., 8 Feb. 1859, Sarah- Aurelia Wolverton, b. 6 Dec. 1842, 
Philadelphia, dau. of John and Rachel (Chew). Physician and banker. 

He entered the medical profession quite early in life, and for a 
number of years practiced medicine in northern New York, but failing 
in health, in 1855, he removed with his family to Quincy, 111. On the 
death of his wife, in the February following, he removed to Macomb, 
McDonough Co., and entered at once into a banking house, and remained 
in that business continuously for twenty-five years. Thoroughly acquaint- 
ed with t\ie business in all its details, in 1871, he obtained a charter for a 
national bank in Macomb, and having secured the necessary stock, he 
organized the bank, which is now, 1887, in successful operation. In 1876 
he accepted the management of a savings bank, but in 1882, his health 
giving way, he resigned this position and entered into the more active 
business of furniture dealer, in which he is now engaged. 

During his residence of over thirty years in Macomb he has been 
called to fill many places of trust and responsibility — city treasurer, mem- 
ber of the board of education, member of the city council, and others, fill- 
ing all with honor to himself and with satisfaction to the public. He 
still enjoys in the fullest extent the confidence and respect of the com- 
munity where he has lived so long. 

At the age of fourteen years he united with the Baptist Church in 
Evans' Mills, N.Y., and still holds his connection with that denomina- 
tion of Christians. Res. 1887, Maoomby III, 
Children: 
6145. 1. Myra-Rosaline», b. 16 May, 1851, Evans' Mills, N.Y. 

6246. 2. Percy-Ambrose% b. 23 Feb. 1854, Clayton, N.Y.; died there, 25 Feb. 

1854. 

6247. 3. Joseph-Melvin", b. 26 Dec. 1855, Quincy, III. ; d. 80 May, 1856, Ma- 

comb, m. 



K Dr. AugvstuS'BenjOtmin^ Winslow, 551 

By 2d marriage: 
6248w 4. John-Edward'y b. 17 Aug. 1860, Macomb, McDonough Co., HL; m. 

26 Aug. 1886, Carrie-T^ressa Reitbly, daa. of James and Mary-Jane 
(Coats). 

Cbild: 
6248* Percy-Edtoard^y b. 22 Jnly, 1887. 

6249. 5. Sarab-Elida*, b. 6 Nov. 1868, Macomb. 

6250. 6. Ivy-Dell», b. 19 Jan. 1867, M. 

6251. 7. Walter-Miner', b. 4 Jan. 1869, M. 
«251» 8. Cora-May', b. 1 May, 1874. 
6251* 9. Howard-Thomas', b. 9 Apr. 1876. 

6252. 9. Dr. Augostob-Bbnjamih^ b. 7 Dec. 1827, Evans' Mills, N.Y.; married, 8 

Jan. 1859, Anna-Loaisa Brooks, b. 14 May, 1838, Batavia, N.Y., d. of 
Charles and Ann-Elizabeth (Joslyn). Slie d. 27 Nov. 1868, Charlotte 
Mich. He m. 2d, 18 July, 1870, Hattie (Hosford) [Latson], b. 26 July, 
1842, Leona, Mich., widow of Henry- A. Latson and dau. of Isaac-B. 
and Lavinia-B. Dental surgeon. 

The first ten years of the life of Dr. Winslow were passed upon liis 
father's farm, near Evans' Mills; and while here it was not particularly 
different from the lives of other children similarly situated, being like 
most snch, an attendant of the common schools when such schools were 
in session. But after leaving the farm he entered the Le Ray academy, 
where he remained several years, acquiring what at that time was 
considered a very good education. At the age of sixteen we find him a 
very successful teacher, passing without trouble of any kind through the 
sessions of schools conceded to be among the most difficult of man- 
agement of any in the country. But the business of teaching being very 
distasteful to him, we find him, two years later, in Charlotte, Mich., 
where he became at once the acting county clerk for Eaton Co., in 
which office he continued two years. He then entered upon the study 
of dentistry in the office of Dr. John-F. Terry of Jackson, Mich., with 
whom he remained two years as student and one as partner in the 
business, afterwards returning to Charlotte. 

At that early day, itinerant dentists were quite common, and appar- 
ently were a necessity in so new a country, for there were but few places 
at that time in Michigan sufficiently large to sustain a dentist, hence 
we find him during the next few years among the itinerants of that 
profession, having an established circuit, consisting of six or eight of 
what are now some of the most enterprising cities of that State. 

On his marriage to Miss Brooks, in 1859, they settled in Charlotte, 
as their future home, but Mrs. Winslow's health failing soon after, they 
Tisited for an indefinite period the State of Minnesota, hoping for its 
restoratiou from the invigorating air of that climate. In this they were 
not disappointed, and as early as the fall of 1860 they were again in 
Charlotte. Soon after returning home, Dr. Winslow met with an acci- 



552 Descendants of Maj. Ansel* Window. K 

dent while making a set of teeth, from the explosion of the steam-boiler 
used in his work, causing him great suffering for months, and came near 
ending his life, but from the effects of whicli he finally recovered, except 
in the loss of teeth. Kes. 1887, OharloUs, Mich, 

Children : 

(5253. 1. Alice- Augusta*, b. 28 Aug. 1861, Charlotte; died of heart disease, 16 

Nov. 1873. 

625o* 2. Warlaud-Hosford*, b. 1 Jan. 1875. 

6254. 10. ALMBiuN-HBNRY%b. 10 Oct. 1830, Evans' Mills, N.Y.; m. Valatie, Colum- 
bia Co., N.Y., 23 Dec. 1857, Matilda Van Slyck, b. li) Oct. 1836, at V., 
dau. of John* Van Slyck of V. [Samuel* and Hannah (Bain), Tobias* 
and Cynthia (Wielcr), Dirk* and Christiana (Ten Broeck), Tennis* and 
Jannetie-Hendrekse (Vanwie), Willem-Pieterse* of Rensselaer wyck Colo- 
nic, 1655], and Matil da-Pear ce* Howland, daughter of Jonathan' an<l 

Lydia (Pearce) [Peleg* and Lillias (Akins), Nathaniel* and Joanna ( ) 

[Uickertson], John* and Mary (Cook), Nathaniel* and Mary (Rose), 

Zoheth* and Abigail ( ), Henry* of Duxbury, 1633, and Mary ( ).] 

Of this enterprising gentleman, so widely and favorably known in 
commercial circles, we shall give a somewhat extended notice, princi- 
pally to show to youth what energy, perseverance, and integrity can do 
in overcoming obstacles in the way of realizing early purposes and 
objects of laudable ambition. 

He attended district school until eleven years of age, after which he 
spent two yours at the Le Ray Academy, and then entered a country 
store, where he remained until his removal to Chicago, in 1854. His 
father's healtli failing, and a loss of property ensuing, the son was 
obliged to pay for his schooling at the Academy by building fires, keep- 
ing the school-rooms in order, etc. While he was employed in the coun- 
try store, after business hours, which usually continued until nine and 
sometimes to eleven o*clock at night, and many times much later, he 
was accustomed to devote a certain amount of time to study and the im- 
provement of his mind. 

On coming to Chicago, he Entered the dry-goods house of Mills, 
Bowen & Dillenbeck, as cashier and book-keeper; and on the succession 
, of Bowen Brothers to the business, in 1856, he continued with them as 

cashier, book-keeper, and partner. The firm of Bowen Brothers com- 
menced with a capital of eleven thousand dollars, which at the time of 
the dissolution, had increased to five hundred thousand dollars. They 
were succeeded by the finn of Bowen, Whitman «& Winslow, with a 
capital of three hundred thousand dollars, whose annual sales were foui 
million dollars. In 1870, Mr. Whitman retired, and the firm of Bowen, 
Hunt & Winslow was formed, who continued business with the same 
amount of capital and sales until the great fire of 1871, in which they 
were losers to the amount of over half a million dollars, and in which. 
^Ir. Winslow's loss was total. In the following February, however, Mr. 




VflRLflND HOSFORD WINSLOV. 



Almerin-IIenry^ Winslow, 563 

W. had formed another firm under the style of Richards, Shaw <fe Win- 
slow, with a capital of two hundred and fifty thousand dollars, l>y whom 
the business was afterward conducted, with annual sales to the amount 
of three million dollars. Mr. W., as the financial partner, displayed 
marked ability from the date of his assuming the position, and, duriug 
the trying times of that decade, went through without favor and 
with unwavering firmness abd faith. 

Though a member of the first Presbyterian Church of Chicago, he 
held no purely sectarian views, as compared with the more important 
question of present and future life. 

After the Chicago fire, the following letter was received: 

Chicago, Nov. 11, 1871. 
D.-P. HoLTow, M.D. 

My Dear Friend: You will see from my last manifesto that we are 
about getting at work again, and we hope to be prospered, and to gather 
to ourselves some money to support our declining years. With the excep- 
tion of my house and furniture I was completely stripped by the loss of 
property, insurance, stock, etc. llowevcr, my courage is good, and 1 
date my years back a decade, and go to work with the old ambition. 

When you have a few moments' leisure, please let me have the 
pleasure of a few lines from you. 

As ever, your friend, 

Almrrin-H. Winslow. 

Early after the great fire the following slip was cut from a Chicago 
paper: 

The Nbw City — A New Surprise in the Burnt District — Richards, 
Bhaw & Winslow — Permanent Location of the Dry Goods Jobbing Trade. 
— The '* rebuilt section'^ of the burnt district has been awakened and 
surprised the past week with perhaps the most significant incident that 
has thus far attended the mighty labors and enterprises of reconstruction, 
in the sudden occupancy by Messrs. Richards, Shaw «& Winslow, dry 
goods jobbers, of their new building on State and Madison. This new 
five story brown stone edifice, the lofty and conspicuous walls of which 
have been standing for weeks past in idle grandeur, awaiting the final 
labors of the carpenter, a solid pleasure to the public eye as a triumpii 
of delicate and massive architecture, had naturally excited papular curi- 
osity as to what uses the beautiful building would be devoted. The 
firm of Richards, Shaw & Winslow, now prominently before the public 
through this interesting event, is a consolidation of the two wholesale 
dry goods firms of Bowen, Hunt & Winslow, formerly of 15 and 17 
Randolph, and of Richards, Crumbaugh & Shaw, formerly of 42 and 44 
Wabash Avenue, and represents, in combination, the formidable commer- 
cial influence — in capital, energy, experience, and reputation —of two of 
the oldest, most successful, and most influential jobbing houses in Chi- 
cago, each of the two firms to whidi the firm of Richards, Shaw & Wins- 



564 Ahnerm-Henry' Window. K 

low forms a new succession having been identified with the dry goods 
interests of the Northwest for nearly a qaarter of a centnry anterior to 
the conflagration of the city. 

The history of the present flrm, bo well endowed at its organization 
with the elements of success, has been from the start a record of ambi- 
tion, courage, and enterprise. Entering upon the private labors of recon- 
struction, before the ashes of the city were yet cold, we believe the brick 
buildings erected by them at 128 and 124 Michigan avenue, and occupied 
by them in thirty days after the fire, were the first business structures put 
up in the burnt district or in the old business middle of the city. They 
were thus the first to set a practical and earnest example in the direction 
of reconstruction, and the firm will, of course, figure in the local annals 
of Chicago as the pioneer merchants of the new city. The history of the 
rebuilt city dates with the erection of those first buildings. Cautiously 
and prudently manipulating their resources, but moving to business with 
a promptness which surprised the mercantile community, and at once 
hurrying forward an ample stock of goods, the firm of Richards, Shaw 
<& Winslow began early in November to respond to orders from the mer- 
chants of the Northwestern States, who never for an hour in those days of 
peril and darkness manifested an inclination to withdraw trade from the 
ancient channels which then seemed to the rest of the world to have been 
closed forever by a historical calamity and the most memorable disaster 
which ever befel the commerce of a city. In the judgment of an intelli- 
gent community, and by the acknowledgment of our rivals in trade and 
enterprise, it was by the nerve, fortitude, foresight, and true commercial 
spirit of a few such firms as the ])resent, that the imperial commerce of 
this imperial city was saved from a long and dreary suspension by that 
heavy laying on of the awful hand of misfortune. It is pleasant now to 
notice that tliis exemplary spirit and exemplary industry have been already 
partially rewarded on the part of tliis firm by the development of their 
trade to new and unexpected proportions, and requiring for its proper 
manipulation the entire capacity of the lofty and noble building, their 
occupancy of which on Saturday last constitutes a public and interesting 
event in our new history. 

The general aspect and impression of the building is that of con- 
spicuous and commanding beauty, magnitude, loftiness, solidity of 
structure, cold* and chaste simplicity of architectui-al design, and great 
wealth of material and finish. It is, perhaps, the source of moi-e delight 
to the public imagination than any other building in the new city. The 
capacity is 55x160 feet, five tall stories, with a basement, which 
constitutes a single elegant apartment, 72x200 feet, the superficial area 
of the six floors thus measuring 59,000 square feet. The inside aspect 
of the building from the costly modern basement, where it is broad day 
from sunrise to sunset, to the broad sky floors, is that of cheerful 
space— a comfortable sense of light, room, and ventilation. The furni- 
ture, fixtures, equipment, and mechani<^ finish, are costly, tasteful, 




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^ Aknsrin-Senry* Wind&w.. 555 

ittractiTe, and beautiful. The stock of goods is now full, the basement 
and each succeeding floor above constituting a grand exposition of 
fabrics from all the markets of the world, probably the finest ''aggrega- 
tion** of dry goods ever exhibited in Chicago. The several departments 
are carefully systematized, the basement being devoted to heavy domestic 
cotton goods and blankets; the first floor to prints, delaines, dress goods, 
and silks; the second floor to hosiery, white goods, and the shawl depart- 
ment; the third floor to a mammoth stock of notions; the fourth floor 
to the several lines of woolen goods. The fifth fioor is the packing and 
shipping room. The general ofllces, on the first floor, are a neat and ele- 
gant specimen of architecture on a small scale. The State Street and 
aide entrances are broad and high, and strike a spectator as emblematic 
of cheerful and generous welcome inside. The immense pieces of plate 
glass entering largely into the construction of the first floor, are importa- 
tions from Germany, being considerably larger than any manufactured 
in America. Immense vaults and two powerful steam elevators, each 
devoted to special and separate uses, are among the general equipments 
of the building. The firm of Richards, Sliaw & Winslow is the only 
exclusively jobbing dry goods house in Chicago. The event of their 
new and final re-establishment on Madison and State Streets would seem 
to settle the question of the permanent location of the dry goods jobbing 
trade of Chicago. 

Mr. Winslow died at St Louis, Mo., 10 May, 1886. "The business 
men of St. Paul were much shocked yesterday to learn the sad news of 
the death of A,-H. "Winslow, of the firm of Auerbach, Pinch & Van 
filyck. It occurred at St Louis at midnight Monday night, his wife and 
two children and George-R. Finch being with him at the time. 

"Mr. Winslow was a pioneer of the city of Chicago, even antedating 
Marshall Field. As a financier he had few equals, and his probity and 
honesty of character were never questioned. Among the old-line mer- 
chants of Chicago he will be remembered as a singularly just and upright 
man. 

"In 1875, he removed to St. Paul, becoming the credit manager of 
Auerbach, FiUch & Van Slyck, wholesale dry goods dealers. In 1880, 
he became a member of that firm, and ever since has had the manage- 
ments of its credits and finances. As in Chicago, his reputation in St. 
Paul was a high one, refiecting credit and honor upon himself and his 
firm.'* 

He was a member of no -secret order; was a resident member of the 
New England Historic Genealogical Society, 18 Somerset St., Boston, 
Mass. Res. 1877, Port Clinton Place, Highland Park, and, 

1886, No. 476 NiyrUh Street^ 8t. Patdy Minn. 
Children bom in Chicago: 

6255. 1. Julie-Matilda*, b. 17 Mar. 1860; d. 18 Mar. 1863, Chicago. 

6356. 2. William-Henry', b. 21 Jan. 1867. 1887, in a bank at St. PaoL 

6257. 8. Maud', b. 18 July, 1871. 



656 Edtoard* Winslow and Descerulafits. K 

•258. EDWARD*, [6187] {Benjamin^ Edward\ Edward^^ Kenelm\ Kenelm\) b. 
15 Mar. 1788, Rochester, Mate. ; d. Sanford's Comers, Jefferson Co., N.Y., 17 Aug. 
1879; m. Rutland, Jefferson Co., N.Y., 3 Nov. 1812, Fanny Otia, b. 6 Aug. 1798, 
Marlborough, Vt., dau. of Araunah and Elizabeth (Adams) of R. Mrs. Winslow d. 
at Sanford's Comers, 5 June, 1878. Mr. Winslow had a gold-headed cane which 
belonged to his grandfather Winslow and which is thought by the family to have 
been brought over in the Mayjlower, It is of live oak, and has the name and date 
on the silver band, quite plainly to be seen under the ivory head, '^ Edward Winslpw,'* 
date 1714. Farmer. In 1899 he removed from Rochester, Mass., to Pamelia, Jeffer- 
son Co., N.Y. Sanford's Oomerij Jefferwn Co.^ N. 7. 

Children: 

6259. 1. Embrancey', b. 81 Aug. 1818, Pamelia, N.Y.; d. there, 2 July, 1815. 

6260. 2. Edwabd-Martin', b. 13 Feb. 1816, Pamelia, N.Y. ; m. there, 22 Mar. 1888, 

Lydia-Ann Hayes, b. 5 May, 1814, Salisbury, N.Y., dau. of Daniel and 
Nancy-Ann (O'Connor) of S. She d. 22 Mar. 1854, Clayton, N. Y., and 
was buried at Depauville, N.Y. Hem. 2d, at D., 19 Sept. 1854, Mary- 
Ann-Bailey Bartlett, b. S. Weare, N.H., 12 Feb. 1828, dau. of Enoch 
and Lucy (Giddings) of Weare, N. H. 

The year after his marriage he purchased a farm in Clayton, about 
two miles from Depauville, which by his industry and care is now under 
fine cultivation, — •* free from stumps and stones," — on which he has erect- 
ed fine commodious buildings for the comfort of himself and family. 
He has held the oflices of school inspector and town assessor ; wa» elected 
trustee of the M.E. church in D., and class leader in 1840, which posi- 
tions he continues to fill; he has attended three regular meetings {ler 
week and extra ones, for nearly fifty years, allowing nothing but sickneHS 
to prevent his attendance. He joined the Washingtonian Temperance 
Society when a boy, and has been a bold temperance worker through life. 
See appendix. Res. 1887, Clayton N. Y., P. 0. cMre9i Depauvilh^ H. F. 
Children, of whom three died on day of birth; The others were: 
6260* 1. Emerancy-Ann«, I). 28 Sept. 1846, Clayton; m. 18 Sept. 1866, at C. 

Henry-A. Bathbum, b. 28 Apr. 1845, New Haven, N.Y., s. of John 
and Mary of N. H. Mr. R. enlisted in the war of the Rel>ellion 4 
Oct. 1862, Co. G., Ist New York Light Artillery; was discharged, 
and reenlisted 11 Feb. 1864, and served till the close of the wnr. 
Was discharged June, 1865. He receives a pension for permanent 
Injury to health. Mechanic. Res. 1887, Petoakey, Emmet Co,^ Mich, 
Children: 
6260* 2. Perley-Edward^^ b. 22 Oct. 1867, New Haven, N.Y. Machinist. 

6a60« 2. (knu-A*,, b. 10 Jan. 1870, New Haven. 

6260* 8. NmeUOhandiei*, b. 10 Sept. 1878, N.H. 

6260* 4. LOa^iP.^ b. 28 Apr. 1883, Petoskey, Mich. 

By 2d marriage : 
6260^ 2. Perley-Edward*, b. 20 May, 1856, Clayton, N.Y.; d. there, 28 Dec 

1861, and was buried in Depauville, N.Y. 



K Defendorfy Dunn^ Dilhnhaeh^ Herrick^ Porter^ Blake, 657 

6360« 8. Emma-Lucy*, b. 11 Dec. 1861, ClaytOD; m. 2 Oct. 1S88, Watertown, 

N.Y., Stephen Defendorf, b. 28 Bept 1859, C, 9. of Geo. -Alexander 
and Lacretia (Lather) of C. Farmer and mechanic. OlayUm^ N, 7. 

Children bom at Clayton : 

62«0» 1. PtarUWimlow'', b. 11 July, 1884. 

6i«0* 2. JTaM*, b. 28 Apr. 1886. 

62i>0 4. Clarion-Bartlett*, b. 14 Oct 1864. 

6360^ 5. OUn-Leroy*, b. 12 Mar. 1866. 

6:561. 8. Ohandleb% b. 16 Sept. 1817, Pamelia, N.Y. ; m. A<1am8, N.Y., 12 Jan. 
1843, Dorcas Dence, b. 16 Jan. 1825, Herkimer, N.Y., dau. of Walter and 
Mary (Webb) of Smitkville, N.Y. She d. 15 Oct. 1846, Pamelia. He 
m. 2d, 81 Jan. 1H48, at Antwerp, N.Y., Hannah (Tanner) [Hines], wid. 
of Johu-C. Hinc9, and dau. of Vamnm and Mary (Tanner) of Schuyler, 
N.Y. Mrs. W. was b. 15 June, 1820, and d. 12 Apr. 1882. Mr. W. ni. 
8d, 28 Mar. 1887, Jane (Campbell) Louks, wid. of Aaron, b. 10 Nov. 1828. 
Farmer and carpenter. Res. 88 Frtmklm St.^ WaUrtaton City, N, Y. 

Children : 

6262. 1. Alvin-Herrick*, b. 16 Mar. 1845, Le Ray; d. there, 22 Mar. 1846. 
By 2d marriage: 

6263. 2. Fanny-Maria*, b. 27 Feb. 1851, Clayton, N.Y. ; m. Watertown, N.Y., 

17 Mar. 1869, llurh»\v- Hurt Dunn, b. 20 July, 1842, Jefferson Co., 
N. Y., 8. of Alexauiler and Mahala (Clark) of Rutland, N.Y. Car|>eD- 
ter and joiner. 1887, San/ortTs Camsn, N.Y, 

Children : 

6264. 1. Ge(Mrgf'Arthni*, b. 10 Dec. 1809, Le Ray, N.Y. 
6205. 2. QeHnnU-May", b. 16 Oct. 1871, Rutland, N.Y. 
6265* 3. CfimUitWhi/fefd^. 

6266. 8. Mary-AnnV b. 27 Oct. 1856, Clayton, N.Y.; m. Hanly DiUenback. 

Carri8ge builder. Res. 1887, Watertown, N. Y. 

Child: 
620C« 1. Bertha*. 

6267. 4. Bbtsrt', b. 18 Jan. 1820, Pamelia, N.Y; m. there, 11 Mar. 1841, Alvin- 

TubsHerrick, b. 16 Apr. 1819, Le Ray, N.Y, s. of Ah in and Achsah 
(Spencer) of L.R. He d. 18 Jau. 1848, L.R. Farmer. She m. 2d, Le 
Raj-, 13 Oct. 1850, Cyrus-Thurston Porter, b. L.R, 3 July, 1829, s. of 
Francis and Sally (Spencer) of L.R. He d. LR., 13 May, 1858. Far- 
mer. 1887, 8<nith BcaMton, III. 
Child: 

62f8. Lucena-Maryette*, b. 8 Feb. 1842, Le Ray; m. there, 18 May,* 1865, 

Wallace-lloyt Blake, b. 15 Mar. 1839, New Haven, Vt., s. of Caleb 
and Charlotte (Hoyt). Mrs. B. d. 9 Aug. 1888, South Svanston. 
Mr. Blake m. 2d, 4 Apr. 1887, S.£., Fanny Crane. Wholesale 
dealer in dried fruits. Res. South Etaniton^ IlL 



558 Descendants of B&n^cmivrC Window. K 

Ohildren bom in ETanston: 

6269. 1. Edgar'(f.y b. 22 July, 1866. 

6270. 2. EfM-HerruH^, b. 11 Oct. 1869. 

6270» 8. WaUace-Eerbert^ b. 17 Aug. 1879, South Evanston, ID. 

6271. 5. Nbwel-Hbmbt% b. 8 Apr. 1822, Pamelia, N. Y. ; m. in Le Ray, N. Y., 1 Mar. 

1848, Phila-Ann Porter, b. in L.R., 6 June, 1828, dau. of Francis and 
Acbsah (Thurstin). She d. 23 Oct. 1S63, Watertown, N.Y. 8.p. He 
m. 2d, Rutland, N. Y., 25 Apr. 1867, Julia-Mari Johnson, b. 7 Mar. 1886, 
R., d. of Orrin and Hattie (Wight). Farmer. Res. WaUrtaum, N. T. 

Adopted child : 
6371» Nellie-M., "aged sixteen in 1887." 

6272. 6. Mabtbttb^ b. 22 Sept. 1826, Pamelia; m. there, 18 Jan. 1846, Charles- 

Qrandison Bider, s. of Isaac of Le Ray. Farmer. Le Bayj N. T. 

Children bom in Le Ray: 

6278. 1. Celia-AbigaiP, b. 25 Oct. 1846. 

6274. 2. Clinton-Winslow*, b. 28 May, 1852. 

6275. 8. Solon-Duane*, b. 18 July, 1868. 

6276. 7. Sarahbttb', b. 9 Dec 1829, Pamelia; died there, 26 Jan. 1881. 

6277. 8. ARAUitAH-OTis% b. 26 Nov. 1888, Pamelia; m. MiUburg, Mich., 16 Jan. 

1858, Emily-Celestine Closson, b. 22 Aug. 1884, Clayton, N.Y., dau. of 
Thomas and Anna (Lowe) of l^lichigan. Farmer. See Appendix. 

6278. EZEKIEL-DENNIS*, [6189] (Benjamin^ Edward^ Edward}^ KeMlm\ Km- 
elm\) b. 8 Sept. 1798, Rochester, Mass.; d. at North Russell, 17 Oct 1880; m. Le 
Ray, N.Y., 9 Aug. 1818, Sarah Clark, b. 7 July, 1801, London, Eng., dau. of James, 
an officer in the English army. Mrs. Winslow d. at N.R., 25 Oct 1881. Both 
buried at N.R. Mr. W. had a deer's leg with a gold head thought to have been 
brought over in the MayfiavMir. Farmer. Res. N. Bu9$eUj N. T, 

Children: 

6279. 1. Asbnath', b. 11 Apr. 1820, Le Ray, N.Y. ; m. 15 Mar. 1886, Ransom- 

Hawley Baker, b. 21 Jan. 1810, Potstown, N. Y., s. of Thomas and Sarah. 
She died 28 Mar. 1848, Jefferson Co., N.Y. 

Children born in Jefferson Co., N.Y. 
6279* 1. Emeline-Sarah% b. 19 July, 1837; m. 16 Nov. 1864, Flint, Mich., 

Aaron Parmeter, b, 81 Aug. 1828, Fulton Co., N.Y., a. of Ichabod 
and Polly (Ring). 

Children bom at Mt Morris, Mich. : 

6279^ 1. Lucy-AkMra^^ b. 4 Sept 1865; m. at Mt M., 18 May, 1885, 

Eleazer Thompson. 
6279* 2. Frederick- WaUoG^^ b. 14 Not. 1867. 

6279* 8. ICarl'J)ods(m\ b. 17 July, 1871. 

6279* * 4. EeUn-Elieabeth*, b. 11 Feb. 1872. 



K Herrickj AUeriy Stacks^ Monroe 559 

eSTy 5. Dune-May*, b. 17 Oct 1874; d, 18 June, 1875. 

6279« 6. ffatelet/'Aaron\ b. 11 Sept. 1877. 

6379*» 7. Oraee-Emelin^^, b. 20 June, 1879. 

6279* a. Lncy-Ann% b. 31 Oct 1889; m. Mt Morris, 25 Oct 1858, Austin 

Herrick, b. Mt M., 2 Dec. 1886, s. of Josiah and Urania (Ferris). 

Child: 
62791 MeHie\ b. 19 July, 1859, Mt M. ; m. 19 Dec. 1878, Albert AUen, 

8. of Albert and Charlotte (Acre). 

Children bom at Mt. Morris, Mich. : 
6279^ 1. Renl6-EmeUne>9, b. 8 July, 1879. 

0279> SL BansomElmeriS b. 8 Maj, 1882. 

6279" 8. Laoj-Ma7*«, b. 13 Feb. 1685. 

6279" 8. Ansel-Hays', b. 11 Aug. 1842; m. at Ray, Mich., 12 Jan. 1863, Sarah- 

M. Pearsal, b. 19 Nov. 1844, Shelby, Macomb Co., Mich., dau. of 

Seth and Sylvia (Sadler). 

6280. 2. Lucy-Anh% b. 9 Sept 1822; d. 8 Dec 1829. 

6281. 8. Edwaud-M^, b. 8 Sept. 1824. Res. 1887, Sioux FalU^ Dakota, 

6282. 4. Clark-Amsbl% b. 15 May, 1827, Le Ray, N.Y.; m. Mary-Adeline Pease, 

b. China, Me., 19 Apr, 1882, dau. of Levy and Ripley. Plumber, 

steam and gas fitter. Res. 1887, Englevoood^ IlL 

Child: 
6282* Elizabeth-Alice% b. 13 Jan. 1870, Chicago, Hi. 

6283. 5. Liberty', b. 5 June, 1880. Supt water works, Huntington, W. Va. 

6284. 6. PANNy% b. 3 Oct 1832, Pamelia; m. Russell, 17 Mar. 1853, Thomas 

Stacks, b. 6 May, 1827, Ogdensburg, N.Y., s. of Alfred and Mary. 

1887, Crary'i MUU, N.Y. 
Children: 

6284* 1. Edward -Sumner*, b. 9 June, 1856, Pierrepont, N.Y , m. 8 Jan. 1881, 

P.,* Edith-Ettola Hamilton, b. 14 May, 1857. Brasher, N,Y , dau. of 

Henry-Thomas and Maria-Hannah. 
Children : 
6284* 1. DouhClarV, b. 2 Oct 1881, Pierrepont, N Y. 

6284* 2. Mayfred'PearV, b. 21 Aug. 1886. 

6284* a. Adeline-Emma% b. 12 3Iar. 1861, Pierrepont, m. 6 May, 1881, P., 

George-Granville Monroe, M.D., b. 2 Nov. J 852, Calais, Me., s. of 

George and Esther. 
Children: 
6^84* 1. George-Wallace*, b. 5 July, 1882, Potsdam, N.Y. 

6284' a. CharleS'Stach^, b. 7 June, 1884, P. 

6284« 3. MoUie-EUher^, b. 21 Jan. 1886, P. 

6284^ 8. Mabelle-Sabrina", b. 19 July, 1663, Pierrepont; d. 12 June, 1870. 

•284* 4. Minnie-Ellen*, b. 28 June, 1866, Pierrepont; d. se. six years, ten 

months, and twenty-three days. 
62841 5. Ettle-Lucinda*, b. 18 May, 1871, Pierrepont. 



560 Descendants of Edward' Window. K 

6385. 7. LuciNDA', b. 17 Mar. 1885, Le Ray, N. Y. ; m. 5 Jan. 1857, De Kalb, N. Y., 
Cooper Brooks, b. 6 Apr. 1884, Russell, N.Y., 8. of Zerah and Ctariflsa 
(Hale). He d. 10 May, 1871. She m. 3d, 5 Nov. 1874, Watertown, N. Y., 
Geo.-W. Oilman, b.. P., 8 May, 1840, s. of Almon and Celie (Caswell) 

K RuiselL 
Children born in Russell, N. Y. . 
6285' 1. Clara-£*., b. 25 Jan. 1858; m. 28 Jan. 1877, Brainerd Clark. 

6285* 2. Florence-L»., b. 17 Mar. 1860; m. 80 June, 1877, John Fikes. 

6285« 8. Julia-E*., b. 7 Feb. 1865; m. 18 June, 1884, Leonard Parker. 

By 2d marriage: 
6285* 4. Arthur-CV, b. 6 Sept. 1875, Russell, N.Y. 

6286. 8. SARAH-E^, b. 17 Apr. 1839; m. 16 July, 1857, Daniel-C. Gray, b. 8 Feb. 
1883, Canton, N.Y., s. of Daniel-C. and Polly (King), y. Russdl^ N. T. 
Children born in Russell, N.Y. : 
6286» 1. Frederic-A»., b. 27 Feb. 1859; m. 20 June, 1884, Jestine-B. Knox. 

She d. 20 Nov. 1886. 
6286* 2. Charles-F»., b. 25 Feb. 1863; m. 23 Feb. 1887, Carrie-E. Towner. 

6286« 8. Gertrude-M»., b. 14 Mar. 1871. 

6287. ELLIS*, [6190] (Benjamin^ Edtoatd*, JSdtoard*j Kenelm*, Kenelm\) b. 
Whitingham, Vt. ; d. about 1887, Woodford, Vt. ; m. Abby (?) Foster, dau. of Obed, 
who d. a few years after marriage, leaving a daughter who married, and is deceased. 

He m. 2d, . There were several children but we have not ascertained tbeii 

names. Farmer. [Henry-Ellis Winslow, b. 8 Nov. 1832; m. 24 Sept. 1861, 8o- 
phronia-Almira Brown, b. 4 Sept. 1836, d. of Edmund and Eliiabeth (Prescott) of W. 
Farmer. Their child Fanny-Elizabeth, was bom in 1863. — PrescoU Qm.^ p. 170.] 

6288. MERCY*, [933] {Edward\ Edward}, KeMlm\ Kenelm\) b. 11 Apr. 1763, 
Rochester, Mass.; d. of heart disease, 27 Mar, 1832, Gainesville, N.Y. She taught 
school for twenty years; m. as 3d wife, Whitingham, Vt., 11 Feb. 1802, Stephen 
TAINTBB, M.D., b. 18 Oct. 1760, Westboro, Mass., s. of Benjamin and Hannah 
(Wood) of W. He d. 11 July, 1847, aged 87, in Wisconsin, at his son's residence. 
He served in the Revolution; was drummer boy at the taking of Burgoyne, in 1777, 
ttlso at the battle of Bennington. He was mnoli given to poetry and music. He 
practised medicine at G. twenty-three years; was a skillful physician, and a man of 
much ability and usefulness ; member of the Congregational Church. OainuviUe, JV. 7. 

Children : 

6289. 1. Clari88a-Key8-Wik8Low*, b. 1 Feb. 1803, Whitingham; m. Gainesville, 

6 Mar. 1822, Sheffield Burdick, b. 6 Mar. 1787, s. of Adnni and Hannah. 
Hed. 19 Oct. 1829, G.; was buried there. SchooKteacher and farmer; 
held a number of town officeii; was deacon in the Presbyterian church 
in G. She m. 2d, in that town, 2 Sept. 1830, David Silliman, b. 13 Aug. 
1787, in Connecticut, s. of Samuel of G. Fnrmer. 
Children bom in Gainesville except the last: 

6290. 1. Harriet-Neweir, b. 6 Jan. 1827; m. 3 Oct 1858, Rev. Norman Starr, 

8. of Paul and Betsey (Bucklin). He d. 16 Sept. 1865, Richfield, 



K Hwrris^ Dodittle^ Mc Wethy^ Flewett^ Sfierman, 561 

Mich; grad. Whitestown, N. Y. ; ord. Chagria Falls, 0., 3. July, 
184^; bad seven pastorates : Gerry, Concord, Charlotte, N.Y. ; South- 
field, Salem, Lenox, Mich. ; and Chagrin Falls, O. She m. 2d, New 
Hayen, Mich., 28 Feb. 1869, Charles-Lovell Harris, b, 28 Nov. 
1888, Guyandotte, Cabell Co., W. Va., s. of Loveil-Fairbrother and 
Helen (Lovell). He enl. 3 Feb. 1862, to serve three years; disch. 
9 Feb. 1865, at expiration of the term of service. Furniture dealer 
and undertaker 8,p. Richmond^ Mick. 

em. 2. Fanny- Woodbury% b. 31 Aug. 1829; m. Wetherfield Spa, N.Y., 80 

Sept. 1852, Eli-ProudfitDooUttle, b. 5 Mar. 1821, W.S., s. of Ormus 
and Lydia (Rood). He attended school at Lima, Wyoming, and 
Canandaigua. Merchant, sheriff, deputy constable, etc. 

Res. 1873, WelMriifield Spa. N. 7. 
Children bom in Wethersfield Spa : 

6292. 1. BamiUan-Burdiei^, b. 31 Dec. 1857. 

6263. 2. Fannte-BdUl', b. 20 Jan. 1865. 

6294. 8. Sheffield', b. 12 Nov. 1831, Gainesville; m. there, 8 Feb. 1865, to 

Sarah-BeUey Towsley, b. 24 July, 1847, at G., dau. of John and 
Harriet-Janett (Cravath) of G. Farmer. Res. 1873, OaineavilU,!^, 7. 
Children born in Gainesville : 

1. Herbert- John* , b. 5 Nov. 1865. 

2. ateUa-Totoslay*, b. 10 Sept. 1869. 
Amy Amelia*, b. 28 July, 1834; d. in G., 27 Mar. 1862; buried there. 
Martha-Eliza', b. 27 Feb. 1837; m. there, 20 Feb. 1862, to L.-D. Mc 

Wethy. Warsaw, N. T. 

6299. 6. John-McKnight-Ballou% b. 9 Jan. 1840, d. 30 Dec. 1 872, Poughkeepsie ; 

m. Cold water, Mich., 1 Jan 1861, £. Ransom, who d. in P. He m. 
2d, N.Y., 14 Dec. 1871, Mattie Warring. Poughkeep«ie, N. T, 

6300. 7. Ebenezer-Marvin-TooP, b. 21 Nov. 1848, Castile, N.Y. ; d. 30 Dec. 

1 866,Gaine8ville ; buried there. He m. at Kalamazoo, Mich. , 16 Nov. 
1865, Anna-Bigelow Alcott, b. 8 Aug. 1842, Rochester, N.Y., d. of 
William- Washington and Deborah- Bigelow (Bangs). Miller. 

Child : 
6300» Cfu^Us-JSktrneit-Marmn*, b. July, 1866 : d. in infancy. 

6801. 2. Ai>KLiA-M., b. 24 Feb. 1807, Bennington, Vt. ; m. Rodolphus-W. Hewett 
of Hermitage, N.Y. Res. 1873, Peoria, LI. 

6302, STEPHEN* [1184] (John*, John\ Kenelm\ Kendm') b. 21 Aug. 1747, 
Bodieit€r Sec.; married . Settled in Ohio many years ago. 

Children bom in Rochester: 
6308. 1. Bbthiah, b. 25 Apr. 1774. 

6304. 2. Abigail, b. 19 Feb. 1776. 

6305. 3. Kbziah, b. 27 June, 1780. 

6306. 4. JoHK, b. 8 Sept. 1782. 

6307. 5. Wbst, b. 25 July, 1786. 

6308. DEBORAH* [1193] {John\ John*, Kendm*, Kenelm}) b. 22 Mar. 1763, 
R ; m. there, 8 Jan. 1792, Thomas SHBBMAN, s. of John and Mercy. Farmer. 



6295. 




6296. 




6297. 


4. 


6298. 


5. 



562 Descendants of John^ Window. K 

Children bom in Rochester: 
6809. 1. Zkphakiah, [6317] b. 1 Jan. 1702; d. 1888; m. Margaret-B. McGluthen. 
6H10. 2. Otis, [6323] b. 7 Jan. 1794; m. Rhoda Sherman. 

6811. 8. Sarah-Kekne, [6348] b. 14 Jan. 1796; d. 1845; m. Thomas Snow. 

6812. 4. < Sylvira, [6358] b. 1797; m. 8 June, 1827, Jireh Clifton. 

6313. 5. \ Hannah- WiNSLOw, [6367] b. 1797; d. 18 Nov. 1860; m. James-Ham- 
mond Snow. 
6814. 6. Lbonabd, [6383] b. 14 Feb. 1800; m. 29 Nov. 1828, Anna Sherman. 
6315. 7. Dbborah, b. 19 Jan. 1802; died unmarried, 1850. 
6316 8. Thomas, [6890] b. 7 Jan. 1804; m. 7 Jan. 1828, Jane-West Bonnej. 

6317. ZEPHANIAH^, [6309] (i)<j6(?raA» ( WtntZenr) Sherman, Jo%n\ John*, Ken- 
dm\ Kendm\) b. 1 Jan. 1792; d. 1838; m. R., 9 Sept. 1820, Margaret-Bonney Mc- 
Gluthen, b. 8 Sept. 1801, R, dau. of Jos. and Lydia. .Rochester, Mass. 

Children bom in Rochester: 

6318. 1. JoHN-WiNSLow, b. 13 May, 1822. Mariner. 

6319. 2. Geohgb-Bonnbt, b. 8 Feb. 1824. Mariner. 

6820. 8. William-Hknrt, b. 24 June, 1826. Res. New Bedford, Mass. 

6321. 4. Isaac-Whitnbt, b, 10 June, 1828; d. 11 Dec. 1851. Sail-maker. 
6822. 5. Zbphaniah-Thomas, b. 11 Jan. 1832; d. 29 Apr. 1855. Carpenter. 

6328. OTIS', [6310] (Deborah* ( Winslow) Sherman, John\ John*, Kenelfn\ Ken- 
elm},) b. 7 Jan. 1794; m. Middleboro, Mass., 11 Aug. 1822, Rhoda Sherman, b. 15 
Nov. 1802, M., dau. of Job and Lucy (Thomas) of M. Farmer. Boehester, Mass. 

Children born in Rochester: 
6324. 1. OnB-THOMAs\ b. 9 Sept. 1823; m. 22 Feb. 1846, Abby-H. Durfey, b. Ply- 
mouth, Mass. ; m. 2d, 4 Mar. 1866, Maria-C. Ashley. House carpenter. 

Res. 1870, New Bedford, Mass. 
Children bom in New Bedford: 
6826. 1. Thomas-Otis% b. 7 May, 1847. Res. 1870, Taunton, Mass. 

6826. 2. Benjamin-Durfey% b. 26 Apr. 1854; d. 28 Mar. 1857, N.B. 

6827. 8. Annie-M»., b. 13 Jan. 1867. 

6828. 4. Henry-C*., b. 26 Oct. 1869. 

6829. 2. Rhoda £tson% b. 16 June, 1825;*married, 8 Deo. 1843, Weston Howland. 

Ship carpenter. Res. 1870, MaUapoisett^ Mass. 

Children: 
6880. 1. Charles- W»., b. 29 May, 1845; d. 14 Feb. 1848. 

6331. 2. Julia-Frances", b. 18 May, 1849. Book-keeper. N.BridgewaUr, Mass. 

6382. 8. \ Clara- W»., b. 10 Mar. 1852. 

6338. 4. ( £mma-B*., b. 10 Mar. 1852. 

6884. ^8. Phbbb-Thomab% b. 9 June, 1827; m. 81 Jan. 1852, Washburn PackArd. 

Shoe manufacturer. s.p. N. Bridgewater, Mass. 

6885. 4. Job Nelson', b. 18 Apr. 1829; married, 80 July, 1868, Henrietta Holmes. 

Blacksmith. Res. 1870, North Bridgewater, Mass. 

Children born in North Bridgewater: 
0836. 1. Edward-Nelson", b. 12 Nov. 1864. 



K Eldred, Shennan^ SnoWy CUftofiy Bolles. 663 

«337. a. Grace-Darling*, b. 3 Mar. 1869. 

6338. 5. Bi.i\ b. 14 July, 1881, Rochester; m. 16 Nov. 1853, Susan-West Taber, 

d. of Bartholomew- West and Fannie-Nickerson (Chase.) Shoemaker. 

8. p. MarioUy Plymouth Co.^ Mom, 

6389. 6. LuciNDA^ b. 18 July, 1883; m. 10 Nov. 1857, David Eldred, b. 5 Aug. 

1838, Falmouth, Mass., s. of David and Martha (Robinson) of F. Shoe 

manufacturer. Ncrth Bridgewater, Mom. 

Children bom in North Bridgewater: 
6840. 1. Charles- W»., b. 8 Oct. 1858. 

6341. 2. James-0»:, b. 21 Dec. 1861. 

6342. 8. 8u8iin-A*., b. 10 Nov. 1866. 

6348. 4. Herbert- W«., b. 1 Feb. 1869; d. 18 Oct 1869. 

6344. 7. CHABLOTTi&-CLAiiK% b. 1 Jan. 1885; m. 15 Oct 1865, Nathaniel-Bonney^ 

Sherman [6898], b. 28 Dec. 1836, R., s. of Thomas* and Jane-West 
(Bonney) of R. Whaleman. North Bridgewater, Mom. 

6345. 8. jAiofis-GiiXBSPiB-BuRNBY^ b. 9 Nov. 1840; m. 4 Nov. 1864, Lucina- 

Perry Landers of Plainfield, Yt, dau. of Freeman and Lucina (Dunn) 
of Vt. Farmer. Res. 1870, Bochater^ Man. 

Children born in Rochester: 

6346. Bessle-Borden*. 

6347. Melissa-Freeman". 

6348. SARAH-KEENE*, [6311] (Deborah* iWinslow) Sherman, John\ John\ Ken- 
dm\ Kendm\) b. 14 Jan. 1796; d. 1845; m. in R., 24 Jan. 1819, Thomas SNOW, 
b. 20 Ang. 1793, Mattapoisett, Mass., s. of Thomas. Sea-captain. Mattapoisett, Mast. 

Children born in Mattapoisett: 

6349. 1. Otis-Shbrman% b. 24 Mar. 1820; m. Sandwich, Mass., 28 June, 1849, 

Jane- Wing Cromwell, b. 30 Apr. 1830, New Bedford, Mass., dan. of 
Thomas-Byron and Eliza-^acy (Howland), of N.B. Sea-captain. 

' Res. 1870, Dartmouth, Mass, 

Children : 

6350. 1. 8ara-Lizzie% b. 3 Jul^, 1850, New Bedford. 

6851. 2. Gulielma-Howland", b. 15 June, 1855, EaSt Freetown, Mass. 

6352. 8. Lehella-Mariou*, b. 8 Aug. 1866, Dartmouth. 

6858. 2. Benjamin-Franklin^, b. 3 May, 1822. Res. 1870, Taunton, Maae, 

6354. 3. Jobhua-Thohas^ b. 9 May, 1824. Res. 1870, Aeuthnet, Man. 

6855. 4. Pjbter- Young', b. 8 July, 1827. Sailor. Res. Fairhaven, Man. 

6356. 5. Anson-Evbrbtt% b. 27 Nov. 1829; died at sea, 80 Nov. 1858. 

6357. 6. Alfred- Watson', b. 24 May, 1885; died 80 Apr. 1837. 

6858. BYLVINA^, [6312] {Deb<yrah* {Wimhw) ZhermBsi, John\ John*, Kenelm\ 
Kenelm^) b. 1797, Rochester; m. 8 June, 1827, Jireh CUITOlil, b. Vi iJlov. Vim, 
at R., 8. of Savory and Thankful (Dexter) of R. Shipwright. Marion, Mghm. 

Children bom in Rochester : 
6^59. 1.- Deborah- WiKSLOw', b. 3 Nov. 1828. 

6360. 2. Cathbrinb', b. 25 June, 1830; d. 7 Feb. 1865, Marion; m. there, 8 .Tan 
1853, John-H. Bolle«. 



564 Deaceiidanta of Deborah^ ( Winalow) Shemum. K 

Children born in Marion : 
6861. 1. Lovicy-C»., b. 13 Nov. 1868. 

6363. 2. Emma-C^., b. 6 May, 1862. 

6868. 8. Jirbh-Wat80R% b. 28 Feb. 1834; married, 15 Jan. 1858, Charlotte- Wash- 
ington Slocum. 
Child: 
6864. Alice-Florence*, b. 27 Apr. 1863, Taunton, Mass. ; d. 21 Mar. 1868, 

New Bedford, Mass. 

6365. 4. Benjamin- Satory^ b. 81 Jan. 1888; d. 6 Jan. 1870, Marion; m. Taunton, 

21 Nov. 1865, Margaret-EUen Chandler, b. 2 Sept. 1845, dau. of Abiel 
and Ellen (Elsler) of Lexington, Mass. Machinist. 
Child: 

6366. Benjamin-Chandler*, b. 38 Dec. 1866, Taunton. 

6367. HANNAH-WINSLOW*, [6313](/)^fte>raA* (WiuBUm) Sherman, Jb^n«, »Mii% 
Kendm^y Kenelm\) b. 1797; d. 18 Nov. 1860, Mattapoisett, Mass.; m. 24 Sept. 
1830, James-Hammond SNOW of M., b. 19 Dec. 1794, at M., s. of Prince and Mar- 
tha (Dexter). He d. 18 May, 1849, at Worcester Insane Asylum. Mariner. 

Children born in Rochester: 

6368. 1. Laura-Ann% b. .19 July, 1831; m. Mattapoisett, 39 Feb. 1844, Ephraim 

Dexter, b. 1 Oct. 1811, at M., s. of Gideon and Mary (Dexter) of M. 

Mattapoisett^ Mass. 
Children bom in Mattapoisett: 

6369. 1. Oscar-Fitzland*, b. 6 Apr. 1845; d. 13 Sept. 1846. 

6370. 3. Sarah-Amanda', b. 31 Dec. 1847. 

6371. 8. Philander-Ephraim*, b. 6 Nov. 1849; d. 35 Nov. 1860. 
6373. 4. Phebe-Adelaide% b. 14 May, 1856; d. 26 July, 1860. 

6378. 2. Jambs-Loring% b. 27 May, 1825; m. Westport, 11 Mar. 1846, Louisa 
Pettey. House carpenter. * Res. 1870, Westparty Ma$M, 

Children : 

6874. 1. Elisha-F*., b. 80 Dec. 1847. 

6875. 2. Charies-M*., b. 18 Dec. 1857. 

6876. 3. Cora-W*., B. 22 Sept. 1862. 

6377. 3. Roland- Williams', b. 24 June, 1888; m. New Bedford, 10 Dec. 1855, 
Elizabeth Robins. Painter. Res. 1870, Fall Biver, Man, 

Children : 

6878. Louisa-S*. 

6879. Susan-H*., not living. 

6880. Hannah-S*., not living. 

6881. Abbie-HV 

6382. 4. Hiram-Mblvin', b. 8 June, 1886; married at New Bedford, 5 May, 1856. 
Abbie Gifford. Painter, s.p. New Bedford, Maw, 

6883. LEONARD*, [6314] {Deborah* iWimUno) Sherman, John\ John*/ Kenelm% 
Kenelm\) b. 14 Feb, 1800, m. Middleboro, Mass. ; m. 29 Nov. 1828, Anna Sherman, 
b. 28 Dec. 1810, M., dau. of Job and Lucy (Thomas) of M. BudiesUr^ Mast. 



S Shennariy Otomwdi^ SmiUicj Larkm. 565 

Children: 

$884. 1. LBVi-¥r., b. 11 Jan, 1829; d. 27 Dec. 1852; married Mary • ^ who 

died 29 Sept. 1856. 
Children : 
«885. 1. John-Wing*, b. 19 Mar. 1851. 

6886. 2. Levi-Wil8on% b. 12 May, 1853. 

6887. 2. Elbbidob-G'., b. 26 June, 1833; d. 15 Sept. 1858. 
6388. 8. LucT-A\, b. 28 May, 1835; d. 9 Mar. 1849. 

6889. 4. Jo«EPH-L\, b. 80 July, 1837; d. 11 Dec. 1861. 

6390. THOMAS*, [6316] {Deborah* ( JTi/ia^ew ) Sherman, John\ John\ EeruUm*, 
Kmsim^) h. 7 Jan. 1804, Rochester, Mass. ; married there, 7 Jan. 1828, Jane-West 
Bonney, b. 13 Mar. 1807, Plympton, Mass., dnu. of Nathaniel and Lydia (McLaugh- 
lin) of P. Res. 1870, Mochester^ Man. 

Children bom in Rochester: 
639L 1. THOMA8-AuGr8T08% b. 12 Nov. 1882; m. New Bedford, 26 Nov. 1856, 
Lucy-Maria Chase, b. 26 Nov. 1838, N.B.. dau. of Jeremiah and Chloe 
P., of Dartmouth. Carpenter. Res. New Bedford till 1860. 

1870, BocheOer, Masi. 
Children : 
6693. 1. Lewis-Austin', b. 6 Apr. 1858. 

6398. 2. Harriet-Augusta^ b. 15 July, 1865. 

6394. 8. Charles-Edward", b. 25 Sept. 1867. 

6395. 2. Jane-Maria^, b. 19 Jan. 1835; married at Rochester, in 1857, Joseph-How- 

land Cromwelly of New Bedford, Mass., b. 1 Apr. 1828, N.B., s. of 
Thomas and Eliza (Howland) of Martha's Vineyard. Seaman. 

Res. 1870, nocheUer, Mass. 
Children : 
6896. 1. Edward-Howland', b. 10 Apr. 1858. 

6397. 2. Mary-West', b. 80 Apr. 1801. 

6393. 8. Nathaniel-Bonkey^ b. 23 Dec. 1886; manied at Rochester, 25 Oct 
1865, his cousin, Charlotte-Clark' Sherman, of R. [6344], b. 1 Jan. 1835, 
R., dan. of Otis* and Rhoda (Sherman) of R. Seaman. 

Res. 1870, liorth Bridgewater^ Mass. 

6399. 4. Emily-Tatlob^ b. 2 Feb. 1845; married at Rochester, 26 July, 1863, 

Walter-Gray Smillie, b. 22 Aug. 1841, at R, s. of James and Julianne 
(Pariow) of R. Millwright Res. 1870, Bochester, Mass. 

Children : 

6400. 1. Walter-Gra>», b. 26 July, 1866. 

6401. 2. Isabel-G'., b. 2 Apr. 1871, Rochester. 

6402. HANNAH', [1202] {Jedediah\ John\ Kenelm\ Kendm\) b. 14 June, 1758, 
Barre, Mass. ; d. 2B Jan. W47, Enosburg, Vt, and was buried there. She married 
at Brandon, Rutland Co., Vt, 24 Mar. 1785, Joseph LABKIN, b. 21 Sept. 1758, 

New Haven, Conn., probably s. of Edward and (Loring). He died 5 July, 1811, 

Fairfield, Vt, and was buried there. His will was also recorded there. Farmer. 

Res. Brandon, Waltham and Fairfield^ Vt. 



566 De9cend(mt8 of Jedediah* Wmdow. ^ 

Children bom in Brandon: 

6408. 1. Sarah, [6414] b. 2 Feb. 1786; d. June, 1872; m. 2 Sept 1810, Elijah 

Sherman ; m. 2d, Joseph Montague. 

6404. 2. Polly, b. 6 July, 1787; d. 27 Dec. 1797, atB. 

6405. 8. Edwabd, [6488] b. 1 Sept 1788; d. June, 1871; m. I Dec. 1814, Asenath 

Stewart 

6406. 4. JosHUA-LoRiN, [6456] b. 4 June, 1791; d. 18 Sept 1868; m. Laura 

Leonard. 

6407. 5. Joseph-Freeman, b. 20 Apr. 1798; d. 81 Dec. 1796, B. 

!![nn' !* •! ^"^"^ I b. 26 Jan. 1795 ; both died 9 Feb. 1795, B. 

6409. 7. fWiNSLow, f ' ' 

6410. 8. Christiana, b. 12 Mar. 1796; d. 14 Jan. 1798, B. 

6411. 9. Orpha, [6467] b. 5 Aug. 1798; d. 1845; m. 26 May, 1818, WiUiam- 

Joseph Beeee. 

6412. 10. Cyrus, [6471] b. 8 Oct 1800; m. 9 Oct 1826, Sarah-Andrews Homer. 
6418. 11. HiRAM-AuousTus, [6477] b. 17 Feb. 1805; m. Thankful Gay; m. 2d, 

Jane Abbott 

6414. SARA.H", [6403] (ira»7iaAnTrin«2t?w)Larkin, Jedediah\ John*, Kmelm\ Ke- 
nelm\) b. 2 Feb. 1786, Brandon, Vt ; d. June, 1872, North ' Brookfleld, Mass. ; m. 
Fairdeld, Franklin Co., Vt, 2 Sept 1810, Elijah SHEBMAN, b. 16 Sept 1786,. 
Newlown, Conn., s. of Ezra and Esther (Hard) of F. Jukice of the peace. Black- 
smith. He died 14 May, 1832, Fairfield, and was buried there. She married 2d, 
Waterville, Vt, February 1845, Joseph MONTAGTJE, a soldier in the war of 1812; 
was present at the battle of Plattsburg. Carpenter. Kes. Brandon, Vergennes, Wal- 
thuin, Fairfield, Pawlet, and Shaftsbury, Vt. ; also North Brool^field, Mom, 

Children: 

6415. 1. LAURA-LARKm', b. 4 June, 1811, Fairfield; d. 23 Feb. 1842, Cambridge, 

Vt. She married at Fairfield, 25 Dec. 1829, John^H. Page, of C. 

6416. 2. Orpha-Eliza\ b. 19 Apr. 1813, Pawlet Vt ; d. 27 Oct 1860, Fairfax, 

Vt She married at Fairfield, Vt, 1 Dec. 1831, Valorous Meeker, of 
Fairfax. 

6417. 8. Carolinb% b. 20 Nov. 1814, Pawlet; d. 27 July, 1834, Keysville; m. 

Fairfield, 8 Oct 1830, Jonathan Lamb, of Burlington, Vt. 

6418. 4. Rb»8BELaer-Rebd% b. 23 Dec. 1818, Fairfield ; married there, 29 Jan. 

1848, Chuissa Soule, of F. Kes. 1870, 8t, Albam, Vt, 

6419. 5. Ctrus-Larkin^, b. 18 Dec. 1820, Fairfield; married there, 19 June, 1848, 

Fanny-F. Barber, of F., who died 29 Dec. 1860. He died 27 Dec 
1860, Lancaster. 

6420. 6. EzRA-lT., b. 10 May, 1822, F.airfield; married there, 80 Jan. 1850, Abigail- 

P. Colbum, of F. Res. 1874, Eaat Fairjidd, VL 

Children: 

6421. 1. Laura-Barlow», b. 29 Apr. 1851, Fairfield. 

6422. 2. Henry-Colburn*, b. 14 June, 1854, *' 

6423. 8. Hiram-Larkin», b. 23 Aug. 1857, Fletcher. 

6424. 4. Sylvia-Colhum', b. 4 June, 1860, 

6425. 6. Rensselaer", b. 9 May, 1865, '' 



IL Edwa/rd^ LarJcin and DescendmUa. 567 

W36. 7. Mykon-WinbloV, b. 1 Oct 1828, Pairield; was drowned 14 July, 1840, 

Waterville, Vt 
6427. 8. Johk-Jay% b. 22 Jan. 1826, " ; m. North Brookfield, Mass., 

19 Sept 1844, Martha-E. Tyler, whose parents resided in N. Brookfield. 

Res. 1870, North BrookfiM, Mom, 
Children bom in North Brookfield: 
642& 1. Myron-Winslow", b. 9 July, 1846; enlisted, August, 1864, in Mass. 

4th Heavy Artillery, and served until the close of the war. He 
married, June, 1860, Ella Thompson, of N.B. 

Res. 1870, WeA BrookfiM, M<m, 

6429. d. Maiy-Emma*, b. 11 June, 1850; married Alfred Stevens, of Dana. 

Mass. Res. 1870, Niyrtk BrookfiM^ Mam, 

6480. 8. George-Henry*, b. 28 Sept 1854; d. 8 Oct 1854, N.B. 

6481. 4. Myra-Eliza*, b. 15 Aug. 1858; d. 12 June, 1859, N.B. 

0482. 9. Gkorge-Hamilton', b. 2 Mar. 1828, Fairfield; m. Fairfax, Vt, 12 Aug. 
1855, Cordelia-M. Howard, of Fletcher, b. 8 Dec. 1827, Fairfax, dau. of 
Ck>rodon and Harriet (Richardson) of Bryant, Iowa. Photographer. s.p. 

Res. 1875, Elginy lU. 

6488. EDWARD*, [6405] {EdnnaK* iWimbw) Larkin, Jedediah\ John\ Eendm\ 
K^dm\) b. 1 Sept 1788, Brandon, Vt ; m. Westford, Vt., 1 Dec., 1814, Asenath 
Stewart, b. 7 Sept 1792, Crown Point N.Y., dau. of Uriel and Anna (Holgate) of 
W. She died 8 Sept. 1855, Enosburgh, Vt., and was buried there. Clothier, after- 
wards a farmer. Res. Westford, Waterville, Montgomery and, 1870, Bnotburgh^ VL 

Children : 
6484. 1. Miiiebva-Stbwakt% b. 18 Sept. 1815, Westford, Vt ; m. Montgomery, 
Vt, 15 Sept. 1836, Scott Keith, b. 8 Apr. 1806, Sheldon, Vt, s. of 
Unite and Sally (Davenport) of S. Farmer and justice of the peace. 

Res. 1870, Iratburg, Vt, 
Children : 
5485. 1. Helen-Marion*, b. 16 July, 1887, Montgomery; m. Enosburgh, Vt, 

80 June, 1858, Frederic- William Fairbanks, b. 27 Sept 1886, Shel- 
don, s. of Joseph and Julia (Hildretb) of S. Farmer. 

Res. 1870, ShdcUm, VL 
Children: 

6486. 1. Alke-Carru^, b. 26 Mar. 1860, Enosburgh. 

6487. 2. Edm-Minerva*^ b. 11 Apr. 1864, Fairfield. 
6438. 8. AMin^lmb^, b. 21 Jan. 1867, '' 
0489. 4. Florenee-Maf^^ b. 19 June, 1868, 

6440. 2. Warren-Larkin", b. 27 Sept 1842, Cambridge, Vt ; m. Albany, Vt., 

28 Feb. 1864, Emma-M. Butler. 
Children: 

6441. 1. dayUm-W*., b. 5 Feb. 1865, Enosburgh. 

6442. 2. FrancU-Waf/land^, b. 27 Oct 1866, ** 

6448. 8. Frederie-B"., b. 7 Sept. 1868, E. ; died there, 9 Sept 1868. 

6444. 4. (kra-A\, b. 8 Oct. 1869, Albany, Vt 



568 De%cend<ints of JedediaJi^ Winslow. K 

6445. 8. Alice*, b. 1 Aug. 1840, Enosborgh; died there, 20 Dec. 1858. 

6446. 4. Edward- Winslow*, b. 27 Sept. 1855, E. 

6447. 2. FLOREMziA-EEzfA*, b. 26 Mar. 1825, Waterville, Yt. ; m. Bnosbnrgh, 6 

Apr. 1847, Virgil Bogue, b. 25 Jaly, 1828, at E., a. of Sbenezer and 
Roxana (Loomis) of E. Res. Brw^burgh^ Vt. 

Children born in Enosborgh : 

6448. 1. Martha-Josephine', b. 22 Aag. 1848; married in E., 8ept. 1869, 

Henry-C. Waller, b. 6 Aug. 1844, E., s. of Chester and Philinda 
(Lawrence) of E. 

6449. 2. AdarEImina', b. 22 Aug. 1849. 

6450. 8. As^nath-Isabel', b. 15 Aug. 1852; d. 6 Oct. 1861, Enosburgh, and was 

buried there. 

6451. 4. Charles-Virgir, b. 19 Dec. 1855. 

6452. 5. Edward-Herbert", b. 3 Jan. 1858. 

6453. 6. Homer-Adelbert", b. 4 June, 1861. 

6454. 7. Stella-Isabel", b. 9 Dec. 180*3. 

6455. 8.. Mary-Alice", b. 26 Aug. 1867. 

6466. JOSHUA-LORIN", [6406] {Hannah* (Window) Larkin, /«foiiaA^ John'. 
Kendm^ Kendm\) b. 4 June, 1791, Brandon, Vt. ; d. 18 Sept. 1868, Stockton, N. Y., 
and was buried there. His will was recorded in Chautauqua, N.Y. He married at 
Fairfax, Vt., 6 July, 1817, Laura Leonard, b. 4 Jan. 1797; d. 2 Dec. 1868, Stockton, 
and was buried there. Farmer. Stockton^ N. Y, 

Children: 

6457. 1. Lewis, b. 14 Dec. 1818. Res. 1874, Union City, Erie Co., Pa, 

6458. 2. C7NTHIA, b. 8 Aug. 1820, in Vermont. 

6459. 8. Charles, b. 20 July, 1822, ** 

6460. 4. George, b. 15 Sept. 1824. " 

6461. 5. Laura-Jahe, b. 17 Oct. 1826, ** 

6462. 6. Joseph, b. 22 Nov. 1828, " 

6468. 7. PoLLY-AjfN, b. 18 Sept. 1880, Stockton, N.Y. 

6464. 8. Frankliu, b. 8 Aug. 1838, " 

6465. 9. LoREN, b. 8 Dec. 1837, Stockton; was married by A-D. Morton, Chau- 

tauqua, N.Y., 7 Feb. 1864, to Celestia-R. Hopsou, b. 25 Apr. 1846, at 

C, d. of Schuyler and Angeline (Howard) of C. Farmer. 8.p. 

Res. Maquoketa, Iowa, and, 1874, Stockton, Jf. F. 

6466. 10. Caroline, b. 5 Mar. 1840, Stockton. 

6467. ORPHA*, [6411] (Hannah* iWinsloto) Larkin, JedediiOi^ John\ Kendfn\ 
KendTn\) b. 5 Aug. 1798, Brandon, Vt ; died in 1845, Black Earth, Wis. ; married 
in Fairfield, Vt, 26 May, 1818, William-Joseph Beese, and resided in Wisconsin. 

Children; 

6468. Joseph. 

6469. JusTtH. 

6470. Sarah. 



K Zarkiny WUooXy AtkinSy Mat/nard. 669 

W71. CYRUS*, [6413] (EdnnahHWindow) Larkiii, y^dtfJwA*, John\ Kenelm\ Ke- 

iidm\) b. 8 Oct. 1800, Brandon, Vt. ; m. Watenrille, Vt, 9 Oct 1825, Sarah-An- 

drewg Horner, b. 8 Aug. 1805, Cambridge, Vt, d. of James and Thcodocia (Rice) 

of W. He baa held town and connty offices. Woolen manufacturer and farmer. 

Res. 1874, Elgiru, Kane Co.y lU. 
Children: 

W72. 1. Emily', b. 6 Sept 1826, Enosburgh, Vt ; m. Elgin, 26 Aug. 1847, Calvin- 
Elijah Wilcox, bom in Schoharie Co., N. Y., s. of Gen. Elijah and Sally 
(Shuler) of Elgin. He died 24 Apr. 1851, Acapulco, Mexico, on his re- 
turn from California. s.p. She married 2d, at Elgin, 21 Aug. 1854, 
David-Chichester Scofield, b. 21 Dec. 1803, Rensselaerville, N.Y., s. of 
Michael and Betsey (Nicolds). Nurseryman and fanner. 
Child by 2d marriage : 
6478. Frank*, b. 12 Nov. 1855, Elgin; died there, 19 May, 1865. 

1474. 2. Cybus-Horker^ b. 20 May, 1880, Watenrille, Vt ; m. St Charles, III.,- 
23 Aug. 1854, Jane-Elizabeth Johnson, b. 4 Jan. 1829, Putney, Vt, 
dau. of Ashbel and Olive (Davis). She died 2 May, 1874. Farmer. 

Res. 1875, Blgin, III. 
Children bom in Elgin: 

6475. 1. May', b. 20 May, 1855. 

6476. 2. Frederick-Ashbel', b. 18 Aug. 1861. 

6477. HmAM-AUGUSTUS*, [6418] (ffmnah*{Wlnsl(w)Jjaxldn,Jedediah\ Jokn\ 
Kenelm\ Km^m\) b. 17 Feb. 1805, Brandon, Vt ; m. by Rev. Charles Cotton, Dun- 
bam, P.Q., 22 Nov. 1828, Thankful Gay, bom in D., d. of Robert and Ludia (Baker) 
of D. She died 5 Jan. 1839, at D. He married 2d, in D., 8 Oct 1840, Jane Abbott, 
b. 18 Aug. 1809, St Armand, P.Q., d. of Jonas and Mary (Reynolds) of St A. 
Farmer. Res. 1874, Johmon, Vt. 

Children : 

6478. 1. JoHN-W^, b. 12 Sept 1880, Dunham, P.Q. ; d. 24 Apr. 1882, P.Q. 

6479. 2. Orbh-Kbmf*, b. 16 Mar. 1838, D. ; d. 4 May 1856, P.Q. 

6480. 8. ELiZABBTH-Ais[n\ b. 2 Dec. 1884, D. ; m. P.Q., Sept 1858, Hiram Atkins, 

bom inD., s. of John and Eliza (Wales) of D. He died March, 1860, 
P. Q. Carriage-maker. She married 2d, in P. Q. , October, 1864, Dewitt 
Holland, bom in Bolton, P.Q., s. of John and Clementine (Dyer) of B. 
Drayman. Res. 1875, Mechanicdwffy Champaign Co.^ O. 

Children: 

6481. Clinton*, bom in September, 1865, P.Q. 

6482. Eva', bom in Mechanicsburg, O. 
6488. John H«., born '» 

6484. 4. ELIZA-THAKKFUL^ b. 15 Oct 1838, P.Q.; married there, 2 Oct 1867, 

Stephen-Austin Maynard, b. 18 Mar. 1839, Stanbridge, P.Q., s. of 
Stephen and Lucretia (Baker) of D. Farmer. Res. 1875, Dunham^P. Q. 
Children: 

6485. 1. Annie-Lucretia', b. 16 Mar. 1870, P.Q. 

6486. 2. Hattie-Eliza*, b. 14 Feb. 1872, P.Q. 



570 DeacendarUe of JededicJC Wimlow. ^ 

6487. 5. Herbbbt-Chauncet*, b. 4 Oct. 1841, P.Q.; m. by Rev. H-D. Hodge, 
Johnpon, Vt., 4 Oct 1867, to Alma-Hen dee Balch, b. 6 Nov. 1848, at 
J., dan. of Allen and Jane (Andrews) of J. Fanner. 

Res. 1875, John9(m, R 
Children born in Johnson: 

0488. 1. Allen-AugU8tus% b. 25 July, 1867. 

6489. 2. Jennie- Viola', b. 7 Nov. 1869. 

6490. 8. Burton-Chauncey», b. 24Feb.n872. 

6491. 6. Abbib-Janb^ b. 4 May, 1843, St. Armand, P.Q.; m. Johnson, Vt., 25 

Dec. 1871, Edwin-Knight Balch, b. 12 Oct 1845, J., s. of Allen and 
Jane (Andrews) of J. Farmer. Res. 1875, Johnsm, Vt. 

Child: 

6492. Ina-Mabel', b. 1 Oct. 1872, Johnson. 

6498. 7. Harlan-Win8low», b. 4 July, 1848, P.Q.; d. 24 Feb. 1852. 

6494. DEBORAH', [1204] {Jedediah\ John\ Kendm\ Kmdm\) b. 24 June, 1702, 
Brandon, Vt. ; died in her native town; married there, John LXXLL, who died in 
Brandon. He was s. of John and Elizabeth (Goodspeed). Brandon^ Vt, 

Children bom in Brandon : 

6495. 1. Betsey [6502] b. 1 June, 1787; d. 4 Aug. 1846; m. John Crooks. 

6496. 2. Salmon, b. Mar. 1789; died unmarried. 

6497. 8. Malikda, is deceased ; married Dr. Qriffin, and probably removed tc 

Highgate, Vt 

6498. 4. Lucius, b. 4 Nov. 1793 ; died in Brandon. 

6499. 5. Albin, [6537] b. 16 Sept. 1795; m. 21 June, 1821, Amersha-Malinda 

Clifford. 

6500. 6. JoHN-WiNSLOW, bom in 1800; died in Brandon. 

6501. 7. JoHN-WmsLow, borninl802; ** 

6502. BETSEY*, [6495] {Deborah* iWinshw) Lull, Jedediah*, John\ Kendm\ JT*. 
ntffoii',) b. 1 June, 1787, Brandon, Vt. ; d. 4 Aug. 1846, Malone, Franklin Co., N. Y., 
and was buried there. She married, 2 Apr. 1809, John CB00K8, b. 27 Apr. 1777; 
d. 19 Dec. 1864, and was buried in Malone. Farmer. 

Children bom in Malone: 

6508. 1. JoHN-WiKSLOW% b. 10 Apr. 1810; has been twice married. 

Res. 1873, Mahn&, N. 7. 

6504. 2. LucnTS-HoLBBOOK*, b. 21 Mar. 1812 ; married . Res. 1874, Brandon^ Vt, 

Children: 

6505. Warren*, was unmarried in 1873. 

6506. Elizabeth*, married Henry-Htirrison Lee. Res. 1878, MtUlandy F^ 

Child: 

6507. Oertrudd'^ 

6508. Watsent. 



K Cleavelandy Taylor^ Crooks^ Mcintosh^ Fm^r^ Barrett. * 671 

6500. 8. Brt8ey-Ei.izabkth% b. 14 Nov. 1818; married Camden-C. Oleaveland, 
who is now deceased. Res. Malune and Banger^ N. T, 

6510. 4. Su8AK-Jakb\ b. 17 Oct. 1815; married Taylor. 

651 1. 5. OB8A)n78-TTLEB% b. 11 Aug. 1817 ; was married by Jas-B. Downing, Bangor, 

Franklin Ck)., N.Y., 81 Aug. 1841, to Betsey Conger, b. 1 Mar. 1817, 
in B., dan. of Oliver and Hannah (Wood). She died 2 Aug. 1864, 
Malone, and was buried there. He married 2d, in B., 18 Feb. 1865, 
Ellen-A. Bigelow, b. 11 Noy. 1836, at B., dau. of James and Lucretia 
(Frank) of B. Farmer on the old homestead. Res. 1874, Mahne, JV. F. 
Child: 

6512. Alice-Melissa", b. 5 Aug. 1844, Malone; d. 12 July, 1869; married 

September, 1866, Sebra Mcintosh. 

6513. 6. Darius- Adkian', b. 28 Aug. 1819; m. Brandon, 16 Dec. 1841, Abigail 

Walker, b. 31 Dec. 1819, dau. of George and Lurana (Childs) of New 
Salem, Mass. ' Res. 1874, Brandon, VL 

Children : 

6514. 1. Herbert-Darius', b. 80 Sept. 1842; married, 18 Aug. 1862, Eliza- 

Gertrude Halsey, born in 1842, dau. of John. Druggist. s.p. 

Res. Montpelier and Rutland^ Vt 

6515. 2. Lillian-EUza*, b. 28 Apr. 1844; d. 22 May, 1848. 

6516. 3. Lillian- Abigail', b. 30 Oct. 1849; married, 8 Nov. 1867, George-B. 

Farr. 
Children: 

6517. 1. Qwrgt-Yolnef, b. 17 Apr. 1869. 

6518. 2. Martha^Laiian*, b. September, 1870 or ^71. 

6519. 4. William- Adrian', b. 18 Dec. 1851; was unmarried at the last date of 

conununication with the family. Telegraph operator at Ticonderoga, 
N.Y. 

6520. 7. CARI/)8TIN-ALBra^ b. 9 Nov. 1821 ; was married by Mr. Blackman, at 

Malone, 12 Oct 1843, to MaUnda ButterOeld, b. 24 Mar. 1822, dau. of 
Loderick and Anne (Carpenter) of Dickinson, Franklin Co., N.Y. 
Farmer. Res. 1875, Banger, K Y. 

Children bom in Bangor : 

6521. 1. G-W'., b. 20 June, 1844; d. 4 Aug. 1847, B. 

6522. 2. D-C*., b. 2 Aug. 1845; d. 18 June, 1865, Summerset Point, Va. 
6528. 8. Joseph-P., b. 20 Apr. 1847; married, 18 May, 1870, F-J. IU>88, b. 20 

Apr. 1849. 
Child: 
6624. Rugene'C\, b. 10 Nov. 1878. 

6525. 4. E-M'., b. 8 June, 1849; married, 4 July, 1866, Horace Barrett, b. 23 

July, 1848. 
Children: 

6526. 1. AnnabeU^, b. 18 July, 1868. 

6527. 2. Arthw^y b. 24 Sept. 1871. 

6528. 5. T-A^., b. 4 Mar. 1851 ; married Marvin Berry, b. 16 Jan. 1852. 
6520. 6. Ueorge-W«., b. 18 Mar. 1858; married, 28 Nov. 1873, Irene Berry, b. 

28 Nov. 1858. 



572 Descend<mt8 of D^xyrah^ ( Wmdow) LutL ^ 

6580. 8. Harbt-Fbakklin^, b. 5 Sept 1824; married Reed. 

Res. 1878, MoMMma Qpring^ N,T. 
Child: 

6531. Daughter*, living in 1873. 

6582. 9. Amo8-Greenough\ b. Jan. 1827; was muried in Malone, by Rev. T. 
Richie, 22 Sept. 1858, to Elizabeth-Ann Barry, b. 10 Oct 1830, at M., 
dan. of James and Lydia (Richie) of M. Merchant Postmaster of £. 
Conemangh, Cambria Co., Pa. Res. Pittsford, Vt 

1874, Jfofon«, Jl^.r. 
Children bom in E. Conemangh : 

0588. 1. George-Washington*, b. May 185a 

6584. 2. William-Amos", b. » Jnly, 1861. ^ 

6585. 8. Warren-Barry*, b. 2 Sept 1865. 

6586. 10. PRANCI8-CR0BfWELL^ b. 26 Jan. 1829; d. 18 Sept 1861, Bangor, N.T., and 

was there buried; m. Plattsburgh, N.Y., September, 1853, Adelaide 
or Adaline Taylor, of B., who died in 1871 or% B., and was buried 
there. They have had three children, of whdm one is dead. 

6587. ALBIN*, [6499] {pixyrM (,Windiyw>^ Lull, Jtded\ak\ John\ Kendm^ Ke- 
ndm\) b. 16 Sept 1795, Brandon, Vt. ; was married there, by Rev. E. Hibbard, 21 
June, 1821, to Amersha-Malinda Clifford, b. 5 Mar. 1799, Pittsford, Vt., dau. of 
Simeon and Susannah (Martin) of B. Postmaster in Cass, III. Farmer. 

Res. Cass, HL, Brandon, Vt, and, 1874, Lockport, Will Co,, III. 

Children : 

6588. 1. Luc^J8-MAKTIN^ b. 29 Apr. 1822, Brandon; m. by James McClintock, 

Esq., Lyons, Cook Co., III., 2 Oct. 1846, to Elizabeth-Thompson Brown, 
b. 14 Nov. 1825, Erie, Pa., dau. of William-Henry and Mary (Bowen) 
of £. She died 27 Aug. 1859, Downer's Grove, and was buried at 

Lockport He married 2d . Justice of the peace and merchant 

Res. Downer's Grove, Lemont, Altona, and, 1874, Lockport, HI. 
Children : 

6589. 1. Edward-Austin*, b. 14 Sept 1847, Downer's Grove, Du Page Co., 

Ill ; d. 15 Apr. 1864, Lemont, Cook Co., IlL 

6b iO. 2. Ella-Emma*, b. 19 Mar. 1849, D.G. 

6541. 3. RoUin-Albin*, b. 6 July, 1851, D.G. ; d. there, 28 Sept 1855. 

6542. 4. Willard-Martin*, b. 29 June, 1856, D.G. 

6543. 5. Jennie-Elizabeth*, b. 6 Jan. 1862, Lemont; d. there, 8 Aug. 1862. 

6544. 6. Henry-John*, b. 24 Apr. 1866, Altona, Knox Co., III. 
C545. 7. Charles Edward*, b. 2!Feb. 1869, ** 

6546. 2. Ostin-Albin', b. 30 Aug. 1828, Brandon; d. 20 Jan. 1845, Cass, IlL 

6547. 8. Ann-Amer8HA% b. 8 Apr. 1825, B. ; was married by Rev. P. Taylor, at 

Caas, 28 May, 1846, to George Gaylord, b. 20 »Feb. 1820, Whitehall, 
N. Y., 8. of Henry and Clarissa (Blartin) of W. 

Res. Cass, and, 1874, Lockport, HL 



K Gaylwdy LvXly Baichdder. 573 

Children bom in Lockport: 

6548. 1. George-Henry*, b. 29 Oct 1847. 

6549. 2. Adda-Ann', b. 6 Sept 1849; d. 7 July, 1851, L. 

6550. 8. Frances-Ann*, b. 8 Apr. 1852. 
6651. 4. Albin-Pascal", b. 13 Aug. 1854. 
6552. 5. Simeon-Willard", b. 19 Aug. 1856. 

tJ558. 6. Lucy-JuUa% b. 13 Nov. 1858; d. 10 July, 1864, L. 

6554. 7. Edward-Lull«, b. 17 Jan. 1862. 

6555. 8. Clari8Ba-John8on^ b. 6 Jan. 1865. 

6556. 9. Laura-Leonora', b. 20 Apr. 1868. 

6557. 10. Rabert', b. 25 Feb. 1872. 

6558. 4. Fraksxim-Ru8H% b. 10 Mar. 1827, Brandon, Vt ; d. 17 Apr. 1869, Lock 

port. 

6559. 5. B£Lkn-Mabio?i\ b. 24 Sept 1829, B. ; died there, 8 May, 1833. 

6560. 6. Simeon-Willakd', b.7 Jan. 1832, B. ; m. by Rev. Dr. Samuel-Wm. Lynd, 

14 Sept 1859, to Leonora-Maria Lynd, b. 26 Aug. 1838, Cincinnati, O., 
dan. of Rev. Dr. Samuel- Wm. and Leonora-Maria (Stoughton) of Chicago. 
Grocer and dry goods merchant Res. Dowuer^s Grove, Di. 

1874, Lockp<niy 10. 

6561. 7. Julia-Augusta^, b. 10 Apr. 1834, Brandon. 

Res. 1874, EoansUm, Oook Co,, HI. 

6562. 8. PrrT-BoAiu>MAii\ b. 16 Nov. 1836, Cass, Bl. ; d. 1 Feb. 1864, Chicago, Ul. 
6568. 9. £mma-Adelaidb% b. 27 June, 1889, Cass; died there, 16 Jan. 1844. 
5564. 10. Francr8-Julina\ b. 15 Apr. 1842, Cass; died there, 23 Jan. 1844. 

6565. JUSTIN', [1207] {Jedediah^ John\ Kendm\ Kendm\) b. 22 May, 1770; 
d. 12 Nov. 1851, aged 82, Brandon, Vt ; married there, 27 Sept. 1791, Abigail 

Underwood, of Connecticut, b. 22 Aug. 1768, dau. of William and (Horton) of 

Conn. She died 6 Nov. 1851, aged 84, Brandon. He went to Barre with his father's 
family, when seven years of age. Was a volunteer for the battle of Plattsburg, but 
reached there when it was over. Farmer. Brcmdon^ Vt. 

Children: 

6566. 1. Jb&bmiah, [6572] h. 22 Aug. 1798; d. 16 Aug. 1861; m. 10 Nov. 1814, 

Sally Green. 

6567. 2. Justin, [6584] b. 22 Aug. 1795; married . 

6568. 3. Chmter, [6589] b. 17 July, 1797; d. 29 June, 1871; m. 8 Apr. 1840, 

Anna-Green Goss. 

0569. 4. Saixt, [6594] b. 24 Jan. 1799; m. 29 Nov. 1831, Jesse Batchalder. 

0570. 5. EiiASTua, b. 25 Aug. 186l ; d. 8 June, 1805, Brandon. 

6571. 6. Erastus-Wabd, [6596] b. 9 Oct 1808; d^ 13 June, 1863; m. Susan Kel- 
lum; m. 2d, Sarah-Thomas Vaughan. 

6572. JKBKMTAH*, [6566] {Justin\ Jede^Uah\ John\ Kendm\ Kendm\) b. 22 
Aug. 1798, Brandon, Vt ; d. 16 Aug. 1861, at B., and was buried there. He was 
married in his native town, by Rev. Mr. Hibbard, 10 Nov. 1814, to Sally Green, b. 
20 Aug. 1794, dan. of Arba and Hannah (Tucker) ol B. She died 21 Sept 1872, at 
B., and was there buried. Farmer. Brtmd&n^ Vh 



674 DescendcmU ofJerenviah^ Winslaw. K 

Children: 

6578. 1. LovraA-PAKSONs', b. 8 Mar. 1816, Brandon; was married there, by Rev. 
Harvey Curtis, 8 Mar. 1886, to Joseph Noyes, b. 16 July, 1816, at B., s. 
of Daniel and Thankful (Morse) of Leicester, Addison Co., Yt. Farmer; 
makes over 400 lbs. of maple sugar yearly. He resides on Birch Hill, 
formerly Sugar Hollow. Bnxndon^ Vt, 

Children bom in Brandon: 

6574. 1. Joseph-Augustine*, b. Jan. 1887; d. 15 Oct. 1841. 

6575. 2. Harvey-Augustus', b. 28 Mar. 1848 ; was married at Rutland, by Robert- 

B. Barney, 21 Jan. 1863, to Sally-Stanley Parker, b. 11 Sept. 1843, 
at R., dau. of Samuel and Sybil (Hayward) of R. Butcher. 

Res. Brandon^ VL 
Children bom in Brandon: 

6576. 1. Jmni6'Amand(^y b. 14 Mar. 1867. 

6577. 2. Qmce-BM, b. 80 June, 1872. 

6578. 8. George-Edgar*, b. 28 Feb. 1847; d. 24 Feb. 1847. 

6579. 4. Sarah-Amanda*, b. 28 Nov. 1848; d. 26 Feb. 1858. 

658a 5. Alice-Adelaide', b. 27 Feb. 1852; m. Rutland, Vt, by Rev. J-G. 

Johnson, 19 Nov. 1872, to Chauncey-Hayward Thomas, b. 5 Dec. 
1887, a. of Augustus and Rebecca (Hayward) of R Fanner. 

Res. Brandorty Vt. 
Child: 

6581. BerthorAlictfy b. 2 Sept. 1878, Brandon. 

6582. 6. Arthur", d. 17 Jan. 1855, the day of his birth. 
6588. 2. WiLLiAM-AuQUBTiNB^ b. 24 Aug. 1822; d. 28 Aug. 1824. 

6584. JUSTIN', [6567] (Jiutin\ Jedediah\ J6hn\ Kendm?, Kenelm\) b. 22 Aug. 
1795; died before 1864; married . Farmer. Res. Fountain Green, III, 

Children: 

6585. William-Henbt, served in the war; was killed in 1868, at Nashville, Tenn. 

6586. Cha£lb8, was killed in the army, 1864, two miles from Atlanta, Ga. 

6587. Mary, married Buchanan. Res. St, Louia, 3fo. » 

6588. Rosa; unmarried. Res. Fountain Orave, III. 

6589, CHESTER', [6568] {Justin*, Jedediah\ John\ Kenelm\ Kendm\) b. 17 

July, 1797, Brandon, Vt ; married there, 8 Apr. 1840, Anna-Green Goss, b. 17 Oct 

1818, dau. of Rttfos and Anna (Green) of B. He^died 29 June, 1871. 

Brandon, VI. 
Children : 

6590. 1. Charles-Marius', b. 10 Feb. 1841, B. ; married, 17 Aug. 1870, Mary- 

Elizabeth Biackmer, of B., who died there, 81 Aug. 1878. 

Children: 

6591. 1. Charles-Gardner"^ b. 28 Aug. 1871. 

6592. 2. Mary-Blttckmer*, b. 22 Aug. 1873. 



^ DeBoendanU of Justin Winslow. *76 

6598. 2. Akna-Go88\ b. 25 Oct 1848, Brandon; d. 1 Apr. 1862. "She early con- 
secrated herself to the Savior. On the first of March, 1857, she united 
with the Congregational Church in Brandon, and ever maintained a 
consistent christian character. She was naturally remarkably amiable, 
modest, and unassuming — all who knew her loved and respected her. 
She had been well cared for by her affectionate and pious parents, and 
her young mind was well stored with useful learning. She was a de- 
voted Sabbath-school teacher, faithful in her labr>rs, and prompt in her 
attendance, respected and beloved by the superintendent and by all the 
school. Her death is a heavy blow to all her friends, and especially to 
her parents, lor she was a model daughter. But the Master has called 
her home to rest, and by this providence speaks to us, ^ Be ye also 
ready.*" — VermanA Ohrtmide, 

6594. SALLY*, [6509] {Ju«tin\ Jedtdiab>, John\ Kenelm\ Kenelm\) b. 24 Jan. 
1799, Brandon, Vt. ; married there, 29 Nov. 1831, Jesse BATCHELDEB, b. 8 Sept. 
1794, 8, of Samuel, of Northwood, N.H., and Nancy (Lowe) of Northampton, Mass. 
He 18 deceased. Cabinet-maker. Brandon, Vt. 

Child: 
6595. JxJLiua-AuGUSTUS, born in Brandon ; died there, aged five days. 

[Several other children died young.] 

6596. ERASTUS-WARI)*, [6571] {Jw*tin\ Jedediah\ John\ Kenelm\ Kendm\) b. 
9 Oct. 1808, Brandon, Vt. ; d. 18 June, 1868, in B., and was buried there. His will 
was also recorded in that town. He was married by Ezra June, Esq.. Brandon, 9 
Sept. 1830, to Susan Kellum, who diet! 4 Mar. 1838, in that place, and was there 
buried. He was married 2d, Woodstock, Vt., by Rev. Thomas Southgate, 22 July. 
1838, to Sarah-Thomas Vaughan, b. 13 July, 1811, Plymouth, Mass., dau. of Olivei ' 
and Sarah (Churchill) of P. Farmer. Brandon, Vt. 

Children bom in Brandon: 
6.'i97. 1. Martha-Eliza bkth', b. 22 July, 1831 ; was married by Rev. J-D. Kings 
bury, Brandon, 1 Jan. 1857, to Alonzo Oibbs, of Bridgewater. 

Res. 1878, We«t Ltbamm, NJL 
Child: 

6598. Lyman-Alonzo*, b. 81 Jan. 1858, Brandon. 

6599. 2. Hiram-Kei.lum', b. 1 Mar. 1833; m. by Rev. C-A. Tliomas, at B., 25 

Nov. 1855, to Melvina-Ruan Roberts, b. 15 Sept. 1837, d. of Oscar-F. 
and Anna- Amanda (Buel) of B. She died 2 May, 1857, B., and was 
buried there. He was married 2d, by Rev. C-A. Thomas, at B., 23 Nov. 
1858, to Agnes-Adelia Phelps, dau, of David-Locke And ^Vonj-Bavveu 
(Smith). Farmer and postmaster. 

Res. Harmony, Fillmore Co., Minn., and, 1874, Camion, VI. 
Children: 

6600. 1. Rollin-Oscar*, b. 8 Sepl. 1856, Brandon. 

6601. 2. Hattie-Melvina', b. 1 May, 1861, Harmony, Minn. 
0602, 8. Albert-Henry', b. 18 Mar. 1860, Brandou. 



57C Thomas-Good^peed^ Window. K 

CC03. 8. Susan- Augusta*, b. 14 ^far. 1837; d. lOct. 1840. 

6604. 4. Hobacb-Orlando', b. 17 Feb. 1889; d. 9 Mar. 1839. 

6605. 5. Henrt-Ebastu8% b. 19 Nov. 1841; in 1878 was munarried. 

Res. Brand&n, VL 

6606. 6. Heman-Ward\ b. 7 Sept. 1844; d. 25 Sept 1847. 

6607. 7. MART-AuGU8TA^ b. 18 Dec. 1846; d. 19 Sept 1847. 

6008. THOMAS-GOODSPEED*, [1210] (Jedediah\ J6hn\ Km^m\ Kendai\) 
married Pbila Daniels. He was a prominent business man. He settled in Paris, 
N.Y. ; removed to Utica, N.Y. 

Children ; 

6609. Mtbon-Danibls*, died October, 1865, Angola, N.Y. ; married, 23 Jan. 

1833, Altheda-Hinman Strong, b. 22 Mar. 1812, Rutland, Jefferson Co., 
N.Y., dau. of Orrin and Huldah (Titus) of Byron, N.Y. She died 2 
June, 1846, Angola. [For Strong family see Sbrong Oenealogy^ p. 992.] 
Carpenter. Res. Angola^ If. 7, 

Children: 

6610. Almirar. 

6611. Lydia-Ann'. 

6612. Titus-PhilemonT. 
6618. Marilla\ 

6614. Laura\ 

6615. Martin*, res. 1870, in Ohio. 

6616. Harriet*. 

6617. Patty*. Bob. 1S70, Brant, \N.T. 

6618. Ai^Nzo-DouGLASS*, b. 7 July, 1812; married, 8 May, 1846, Lydia-Ann 

Strong, b. 28 Aug. 1820, Marshall, N.Y., dau. of Orrin and Huldah 

(Titus) of Byron, N.Y. Farmer. Res. Detroit, Mich. 

Brant, ErU Co., N, T, 
Children: 

6619. 1. Julia-Altheda', b. 24 Dec. 1848; d. 2 Sept 1865. 

6620. 2. Amelia-Florella', b. 11 Dec. 1851 ; m. 5 Feb. 1870, Levi-Jobn Barwin. 

6621. 3. Adeline-Estelle', b. 24 Oct. 1855. 

[Records of other descendants of Jedediah* may be found in the Addenda, as 
they were received too late for publication in their proper place, a part of our account 
of the family haying been already printed, and the serial number added to the 
remainder.] 

6622. DR. LEMUEL*, [1212] {Nathaniel^ John\ Kenelm\ Kenelm\) b. 1 Apr. 
1755, Salisbury, Ct.; d. Aug. 1828, Will iston, Vt His funeral sermon was preach- 
ed by Rev. Loren Brewster, from Habbakuk 3: 17, 18, verses chosen by himself. 
He married Elizabeth Beach, b. 26 Sept. 1756, Goshen, Conn., and died 17 Oct. 
1822, Williston, Vt On account of his health, in 1810, he removed with his family 
to Louisville, now Norfolk, St. Lawrence Co., N.Y. ; was the first physician of that 
place. He afterwards practiced in Williston, Yt. 



^ NcOhmulrFUch^ Wimlow. 577 

Cluldien: 

6623. 1. INATHANiHX-FrrcH, [6625] b. 27 July, 1780; d. 81 July, 1864; m. Sarah 

Smith ; m. 2d, Fanny (Burroughs) Barney. 

6624. 2. EuzABSTH, [6648] b. 6 Jan. 1784; m. 12 July, 1804, £ben Judson. 

6626. NATHAOTEL-PITCHS [6628] {Lmuel^y 2fathanid\ John\ Kenclm\ Ke- 
nelm\) b. 27 July, 1780, Richmond, Mass. ; d. 81 July, 1864, Norfolk, N. Y., and 
was there buried. He married Sarah Smith, b. 22 May, 1783, Lanesboro, and died 
21 Feb. 18 — . He married 2d, at Norfolk, Fanny (Burroughs) Barney, whose parents 
resided in Potsdam. She died 14 Feb. 1870, Norfolk. He emigrated to New York 
State in the year 1811, and settled in the then town of Louisville, now Norfolk, St 
Lawrence County. He engaged in farming, but, soon receiving the agency of Con- 
stable and Van Ness tracts of lands, his attention was mainly devoted to that busi- 
ness. He was appointed County Judge in the year 1815, and held the office until 
1823, when his teim of office was terminated by his election to the Assembly. From 
the organization of the county in 1802, and for many years afterwards, the Federal- 
ists were in the ascendency. In the year 1818 Mr. Winslow was put in nomination 
by the Republicans for the Assembly, and was renominated and defeated (but by de- 
creasing majorities) every year, until 1823, when he was elected; and so well satis- 
fied were the people of the county with his course in the Assembly, that, receiving 
the nomination the next year, he had no opposing candidate. He was for eight years 
saperviaor of the town in which he lived, then called Stockholm. Mr. -Horace* Allen 
[6977] says of him: '• Judge Winslow was a man of good mind, a devout Christian, 
and a warm friend." Farmer. NorfdUOj N. F. 

Children: 
6626. 1. ELOfl-LEMTjELT, b. 26 Dec. 1806, Williston, Vt ; graduated at Union 
College, Schenectady, in 1835. He then turned his attention to civil 
engineering; was employed in the survey of some railroads in New York 
State, and canals and railroads in Michigan. Abandoning that profes- 
sion, he went to Malone, N.Y., and engaged as principal of the academy 
there, where he remained for several years, during which time he studied 
law and was admitted to practice, but never devoted his attention to 
the profession afterwards. He was appointed superintendent of schools 
for Franklin County in 1845, held the office two years, and was then 
elected member of Assembly. It is truly said that he discharged the 
duties of the various positions he held during his life with credit to him- 
self and satisfaction to his employers and constituents. In 1848 he left 
Malone for California, where he pursued the business of mining and 
merchandising with variable success, until his death in 1854, in Volcano, 
Cal. 
6627. 2. George-Smith^ b. 18 Aug. 1808, Williston, Vt. ; commenced life as a 
common-school teacher. Subsequently was elected 8Ui)erintendent of 
schools in the county of St. Lawrence, also county clerk two terms — six 
years. He held several other offices, such as justice of the peace, etc. 
ne has also been county clerk for several years in Hastings, Dakota Co., 
Minn. He was married at Cooperstown, Otsego Co., N.Y., by Rev. 



57S Descendants of NailianlelrFiicK Winslow. K 

Joseph Rawson, Episcopal minister, 8 Oct. 1844, to Harriet-Jeannctte 
Ingalls, dau. of Samuel-Moulton and Sally (Northup) of Cheshire, 
Berkshire Co., Mass. Fanner. Res. Stockholm, Ogdensburg, Canton, 
Potsdam, Gouverueiir, and Parishville, N.Y. 1876, Uastings, Minn. 

Children; 

«628. 1. Ella-Madora», b. 15 July, 1845, Gouverneur. 

0629. 2. George-Lemuel^, b. 19 June, 1847, ** 

6630. 3. Frederick- Smith', b. 12 Mar. 1853, Canton; died in 1878; 

0631. 4. Edwin-Lawrence*, b. 13 May, 1855, */ 

6682. 8. Mauy', b. 3 July, 1810, W'illistou, Vt ; was married by G-B. Rowley, Nor- 

folk, N.Y., 10 Dec. 1852, to Benjamin Pinney, born in 1803, in Ver- 
mont He died 11 Dec. 1862, Potsdam, St. Lawrence Co., N.Y., ami 
was there buried. Farmer in Potsdam. s.p. 

She res. 1876, iVW>Al, If, Y. 

6683. 4. Maria-Elizabeth- Ann^ b. 24 *Aug. 1812, Norfolk, N.Y. ; married there, 

28 Jan. 1840, Moses Sweet, b. 6 Jan. 1814, township of Brome, county 
of Brome, P.Q., a. of Amos, of township of Brome, and Relief (Gil- 
man) who was a native of Gilmanton, N.H. Collector of customs, 
Dominion of Canada. Res. Potsdam, N.Y., township of Brome, P. Q. 

1870, Ilemmingfordy Iluntifigdoft Co., P. Q. 

Children bom in Potsdam, N.Y. : 

6034. 1. Alice-Jane-Smith\ b. Nov. 1840; married, 13 June, 1865, Ralph- 

Archibald Gage. 

Children born in East Faniham, P.Q. : 

0635. 1. Archibald-Ehs-\Vws7oic*', b. 15 June,' 1866. 

6636. 2. Ulysses-Sherman*, b. 20 Apr. 1869. 

66^7. 2. Almon-Jackson-Winslow», b. 10 Mar. 1842. 

6638. 8. Adelia-Amarette-Augusta", b. 14 July, 1845, 

6639. 5. SERENrus-NATHANiKi.-FiTCn', b. 18 Oct. 1817; was unmarried in 1876. 

Clerk. Res. in California, and, 1876, Sedalia, Mo. 

6640. 6. Leonard-Eben-Beexjh', b. 24 Jan. 18*20; m. Fonddu Lac, Wis., 25 May, 

1857, EmmaFoote, b. 11 May, 1828, Canton, N.Y., dau. of Henry and 
Amelia (Bird) of C. She died 12 Oct. 1870, and was buried in Clinton, 
Mo. Druggist at Canton, St. Lawrence Co., N.Y., ten years; agricul- 
turist, and secretary of St. Lawrence Co. Ag. Soc. ; also loan agent. He 
removed from St. Lawrence C'ounty to St. Louis, and from thence, on 
account of ill health, to N orris Forks, Mo. 

Res. 1876, ClwUm, Benry Oo,, Mo. 
Cliildren: 

0641. 1. Anna', b. 6 Jan. 1858, Canton, N.Y.; d. 2 Dec. 1863. 

6642. a. Emma", b. 24 July, 1860, ♦* 

6648. 8. Maimee», b. 27 Dec. 1861, *» 

6644. 4. Elos-Leonard", b. 12 .\ug. 1869, Norris Forks, Mo. 



^ JBUizabeUh ( Wimlaw) Jud^on. 579 

ms. 7. Eliza-Sakah', b. 4 Sept. 1822, Norfolk, N.Y.; was married there, by 
Rev. J-B. Rowley, 1 Feb. 1847, to Abel-Atwood Hall, b. 19 Oct. 1821, 
Raymondville, N.Y., a. of Erastus and Elizabeth (Jackson). Farmer; 
justice of the peace eighteen years. Res. Raymond ville, N.Y. 

1876, Norwood, formerly Nar/olkj N. Y. 
Children: 

6646. 1. EUzabcth-Jackson', b. 19 Nov. 1847, liuymond ville, N.Y. ; married 

Phelps. 

6647. 2. Erastus-Fitch*, b. 26 Dec. 1854. 



6648. ELIZABETH', [6624] {Lemuel^, Nathanid', John\ Kendm\ KeMLm\) b. 6 
Jan. 1784, Salisbury, Ct. ; was married by Hon. Solomon Miller, Williston, Vt., 12 
July, 1804, to Eben JTJDSON, b. 5 May, 1779, Sunderland, Vt., s. of Michael, of S. 
He died 29 June, 1818 or '14, at Louisville, now Norfolk, N.Y., to which place they 
removed, March, 1810, from Williston, Vt. He filled various offices of trust in St. 
Lawrence County. Mr. Horace' Allen furnishes the following item in regard to him : 
*' Mr. Eben Judson and Mr. Erastus Hall were not members of the Church of Christ, 
but believing that the observance of the sabbath conduced to morality, they, soon 
after their arrival, agreed to hold religious meetings alternately at the house of each, 
at which a sermon should be read; and that their families should not remain and 
visit after the meeting was dismissed. These meetings were kept up for some time 
without prayers, when one Montiigue, who came to build a mill, heard of the meet- 
ings, attended, and was the first worshiper who could sing and pray.'' 

Children: 

6649. 1. Hkkby-P., b. 18 Apr. 1805, Williston, Vt ; d. 15 May, 1855, Norfolk, N.Y. 

He was a successful merchant and held many offices of profit and trust, 
among which was that of postmaster. 

6650. 2. Jumus, b. 27 May, 1806, Williston, Vt He has held various town offices, 

and performed the duties of commissioned officers in the Uniformed 
/ Militia Guards. Res. 1878, JiaymondsUU^ St. Lawrence Co., iV. Y, 

6651. 8. Bphbaim, b. 21 Dec. 1807, WilHston, Vt. ; d. 8 Feb. 1855, Brasher, N.Y. 

Farmer; and has held various town offices. 

6652. 4. RoBdUB-W., b. 17 Aug. 1810, Louisville, N.Y. He first engaged in teach- 

ing; at the same time studied law, and was after a few years admitted 
to practice. Became a good speaker and orator, delivering orations on 
the 4th of July, temperance lectures, etc., in St. Lawrence Co., N.Y. 
When the war broke out he lectured in all the towns in that part of 
New York State, to aid in getting volunteers for the Union army ; was 
very successful wherever he went. Li August, 1862, he, by his own 
labor, raised the 142d Regt. N.Y. Vols., and left Camp Wheeler in 
Ogdensburgh, the 1st of October, 1862, as Colonel. Remained with 
the regiment till honorably discharged on account of ill health, when he 
returned to Ogdensburgh and resumed his former business as counsellor 
^l law. R^- IS'^'^i Ogdewimrgh, N. Y. 



580 Ewnnah' {Winslow) TutOe. K 

6658. HANNAH^, [1213] {Nathaniel*, John\ Kendm\ Kendm\) b. 14 Feb. 1757, 
Salisbury, Conn. ; d. 28 May, 1802, Williston, Vt,, and was tlicre buried. She mar- 
ried in Goshen, Ct., 1780, Timothy TTTTTLE, b. 12 June, 175-, at G., 8. of Timothy 
and Hannah (Waddams) of G. He died 14 June, 1814, at W., and was buried there. 
As eariy as his age permitted, he entered the Revolutionary army, in which he served 
five years, being engaged in many memorable battles, such as Cowpens; was in camp 
at Valley Forge, at the time of great suffering. They removed, in 1787, to Willis- 
ton, Vt., then called *' Green Mountain Territory," and there spent the remainder of 
their lives. He was a farmer. 

Children: 

6654. 1. Philo-Jttdson, [6660] b. 8 Mar. 1781; d. 1848; m. Mabel Lee; m. 2d 

[Ransom]. 
6055. 2. Clement, [6687] b. 27 Mar. 1788; d, 23 Aug. 1828; m. Semantha Augur; 

m. 2d, Abigail Ketch um. 
0656. 8. TmoTHY, [6729] b. 29 Apr. 1787; d. 8 Oct. 1865; m. Priscilla Farns- 

worfh. 

6657. 4. Richmond, [6739] b. 20 Feb. 1790; m. Lovina Morton. 

6658. 6. Electa, [6791] b. 16 July, 1792; m. 15 Oct. 1810, Zophar Beach. 

6659. 6. Grace, b. June, 1795, Williston, Vt. ; died in 1797. 

6660. PHILO-JUDSON*, [6654] {Hannah'' {Window) TniXl^y Nathanid\ John\ 
Kenelm^ Kenelm\) b. 8 Mar. 1781, in Connecticut; died in 1848, Louisville, St 

Lawrence Co., N.Y. ; married Mabel Lee. After her death he married 2d, 

[Ransom], who died about 1819. Parmer, Madrid^ N. Y, 

Children: 

6661. Adaline^ is deceased ; married Silas Stowell, of Waddington, St. Law- 

rence Co., N.T., and had one son and two daughters. 

He res. 1874, Jacksmy Midi. 

6662. Eliza-Ann% married Ransom Shisldon, of Lisbon, N.Y. They removed 

to Wisconsin in th« winter of 1867, and he died in the following spring. 
They had four sons and three daughters, all of whom married, and all but 
two res. in New York State. She res. 1874, Boyalton, Waupaca Co,, Wi*, 
6668. Hakbiet% married Isaac Sheldon, of Lisbon, N.Y. Tliey had several 

cliildren, four of whom married. The youngest son res. Lisbon, N.Y., 
also the youngest daughter. The eldest daugliter res. in Minnesota. 

Res. 1874, lAdfon Centre, 8t. Lawrence Co,^ N. Y, 

6664. Philo-Judson", (the only child whose name we have) was educated for 

a Cong, minister; in 1874 was agent of Life Ins. Co. 

Res. Owatonna, Steele Co., Minn. 

6665. Horace^ married Mary-Ann Mayne, who died in the spring of 1852. He 

married 2d, her sister Esther Mayne. He bad two sons and one daughter 
by the first marriage, and one son and three daughters by the second 
marriage. Some of the children are deceased. 

Res. 1874, OffdcnOurgh, If. Y. 

6666. Semaktha^ died of cholera in the summer of 1849-50; married Alfred 

Tate, an Englishman, who died November, 1854. Res. Canada We$t. 



K Desoendant8 of Siannah* {Whislow) TutUe. 581 

Children: 

6667. 1. Hary-Agnes*, b. 18 Dec 1846; married, 12 Jan. 1865, Wallace-E. 

XimbaU. 

Child: 

6668L Gertrude, b. 28 Oct. 1866. 

6669. 2. AnnA-Maria*, b. 6 Mar. 1848 ; married, 1 Aug. 1868, Anson-M. Kinyon. 

Cldld: 

6670. Vu>la\ b. 5 May, 1870. 

6671. Philo-Judson^ b. 19 Apr. 1821, Madrid, N.Y. ; was married by Rev. Mr. 

Miller, Lonisville, N.Y., 6 Sept 1846, to Thesta Taylor, bom in 1828, 
at L., dan. of Loren and Caroline (Caryl) of L. She died 8 May, 1848, 
L., and was there buried. He was married 2d, by Mr. Fisk, 
Madrid, 28 Sept 1849, to Abigail-Eliza Rice, b, 2 Oct. 1827, Oswegatchie, 
Bt Lawrence Co., N. Y., dau. of Daniel-H. and Sylvia (Axtell) of Chester, 
"Windsor Co., Vt. Town supervisor, captain of militia, and farmer. 
Res. Louisville, Madrid, and Lisbon, N.Y. 

• 1874, Merton^ Minn.; P.O. add., OwatannOy Steele Co.y Minn, 
Children: 

6672. 1. Thesta', b. 18 Apr. 1847, Louisville, N.Y. ; d. 21 Feb. 1850, Lisbon, 

N.Y., and was buried in Louisville. 
6678. 2. Frederic-Daniel*, b. 81 July, 1850, Lisbon; m. Wasioja, Dodge Co., 

Minn., 28 Jan. 1874, Lydia Miller. 

6674. 8. Charles-Leslie*, b. 15 Sept 1852, Lisbon; m. Prairieville, Rice Co., 

Minn., 11 Nov. 1878, Cornelia-Maria Chapin. 

6675. 4. Alice-Comclia*, b. 21 Aug. 1854, Lisbon; m. Mankato, Blue Earth Co., 

Minn., 28 July, 1873, John-Marion Burgess. 

6676. 5. Harriet*, b. 1 Feb. 1857, Lisbon; died there, 19 Feb. 1862. 

6677. 6. Eva-Lovicy*, b. 4 Mar. 1859, *' 

6678. 7. Ernest-Linden*, b. 29 Nov. 1863, ** 

6679. 8. Stella-Mary*, b. 81 Jan. 1865, " 
0680. 9. Alton-Philo*, b. 8 Mar. 1867, ** 

6681. 10. Florence-Eliza*, b. 10 July, 1869, Meiton, Minn. ; d. there, 5 Sept 

1869. 

6682. 11. Floy-Bertram*, b. 2 July, 1872, Merton. 

6683. Iwawowha', married about 1847, Chaunccy-L Oroutt, of Louisville, N.Y., 

and had two daughters. The eldest died of consumption, about 1862, 
and the other was about twenty years of age in 1874. 

Ree. 1874, Mauena Centre^ St. Lawrence Co.^ 2f. T. 

6684. Wallacb-W^., married Martha Graves, of Chase's Mills, St. Lawrence Co., 

N.T. Res, 1874, Chase's Milh, X Y. 

Child: 

6685. GeorgeS b. 8 Sept 1866. 

6686. Helbm\ died young. 



683 Descendants of Hcmnah* ( Window) TutUe. * ^ 

6687. CLEMEN'T, [6655] (Hannah* ( Window ) Tuttle, Nathaniel*, John\ Kmelm\ 
Kenelm\) b. 27 Mar. 1788, Richmond, Mass. ; d. 23 Aug. 1828, Murray, N.Y., and 
was buried there. He married, Williston, Vt., 6 Jan. 1807, Semantha Augur, b. 26 
Dec. 1786, Richmond, Vt., dau. of Felix and Esther (Taylor) of W. She died 21 
June, 1824, Murray, Orleans Co., N.Y., and was buried there. Maj. Gen. OC. 
Augur, of the U.S.A., was her nephew. He married 2d, Nov. 1826, Abigail Ketch- 
um, b. 18 Apr. 1788, dau. of Jesse and Molly (Robins) of Newark, L.I. She died 17 
Aug. 1870, Murray, and was there buried. Justice of the peace. Murray, N. T, 

Children ; 

0688. 1. Esther, [6692] b. 16 Dec. 1808; m. 3 Sept. 1826, John Thompson. 

6689. 2. Felix, b. 22 Sept. 1810, Madrid; d. 19 Dec. 1825, Kendall, N.Y. 

6690. 3. Apollos-Augur, [6710] b. 9 Oct. 1823; m. 15 Oct. 184.5, Travor. 

6091. 4. Egbert-Kbtchum, [6720] b. 11 Aug. 1827; m. Emily King; m. 2d Han- 
nah Frink; m. 8d, Anna-Eliza Strunk. 

6692. ESTHEir, [6688] {Clemeht\ Hannah* ( TTtw^WJ ) Tuttle, Nathanid\ John*, 
Kenelm\ Kenelm\) h. 16 Dec. 1808, Madrid, N.Y. ; m. Batavia, Genesee Co., N.Y., 
3 Sept. 1820, John THOMPSON, b. 21 Feb. 1798, Waterford, N. Y., s. of John and 
Betsey (Raymond) of B. Farmer and grocer; has retired from business. Kes. Bur- 
lington, Yt. ; Kendall and Batayia, N.Y.; Jackson and Battle Creek, Mich. 

1878, Ann Arbor, Washtenato Co., Mich. 

Children : 

6693. 1. Semantha", b. 1828, Batnvia; died the same year. 

6604. 2. Elizabeth', b. 29 Apr. 1829, Batavia; m. Ann Ari>or, Mich., 6 Feb. 1860, 
Andrew-Jackson Sutherland, b. 24 Oct 1824, Geneva, N.Y., s. of Col. 
Castle and Nancy- Ann (Gardner) of A. A. [Castle Sunderland was a 
gun-maker, and had charge of the New York State Arsenal, during the 
war of 1812; was at the taking of Fort Eric, and was comnitgsioned 
Colonel in 1826; d. 1862, at Ann Arl>or, Mich., in the triumph of faith.] 
Keul estate and life ins. agent, etc. ; notary pulilic: trustee of First M.E. 
Church in Ann Arbor, class leader and Sunday -school teacher. 

Res. 1873, Ann Arbor City, town of Ann Arbor, Mich, 

Children born at Ann Arbor: 

6695, 1. Alice-Louise', b. 20 Nov, 1850; m. Ann Arbor, 2 An*?. 1871, Otis- 

Erastus Haven, b. 29 July, 1849, New York city, s. of Dr. Erastus- 
Otis, ex-president of Michigan Univerbity, now residing in New 
York city. 

Child; 

6696. Oraa^\ b. 22 Oct. 1872, A. A. 

6G07.' 2. Clement-Tuttle% b. 3 Sept, 1853; d. 23 September of the same yc:u-, 

at Ann Arbor. 
6098. 8. Edward- A |>ollos', b. 2 Feb. 1857; died the same day. 



^ Descendants qf Cleme7\f Tattle. 683 

6609. 3. Ci.EMKNT-RiCHMOND», b. 17 July, 1831, BaUvia; in. Battle Creek, Mich., 
28 Nov. 1857, Emily-Ermina Parker, b. 8 Feb. 1840. Medina, 

Orleans Co., N.Y., dau. of Charles and Dcborah-Isabell ( ) of Battle 

Creek, and natives of Woodbury, Conn. Merchant and fanner. 

Res. New York, CaHfomia, Ann Arbor, and, 1878, BaWs Omk. Mich. 

Children bom in Ann Arbor, except the youngest: 
6700. 1. JennieElizabeth*, b. 1 Oct. 1858. 

•701. 2. Annie-Ermina*, b. 4 July, 1860. 

6702. 8. Charles-Parker*, b. 6 Aug. 1868. 

6703. 4. Nettie-Thompson*, b. 8 Aug. 1867; died 4 October of the game year, 

at Ann Arbor. 

6704. 5. Alice-Louise*, b. 8 June, 1868. 

6705. «. Susan-Emma*, b. 16 Nov. 1872, Battle Creek. 

6706. 4. WiLLiAM-FKAifCis*, b. 15 Jan. 1835, bcio, Wnshtcnaw Co., Mich,; d. 30 

June, 1889, Aim Arbor, and was there buried. 

6707. 5. Edward-Emoby*, b. 29 Apr. 1839, Ann Arbor; is an invalid and unmar- 

ried. 

6708. 6. Albejct-Apollos*, b. 21'Dec. 1843, ** ; died there, 11 Dec. 1847. 

6709. 7. WtLLis-JuDBON*, b. 17 , 1849, *♦ ; died there, 9 Oct. 1849. 

6710. APOLI.OS-AUGUR', [0690] {Olement\ Hannah* ( IV'waiew) Tuttla, Nathan- 
id*, John\ KeneUi^, Kendm\) b. 9 Oct. 1828, Murray, N. Y. ; was married by 

Thomas-C. Gardner, Dexter, Washtenaw Co., Mich., 15 Oct. 1845, to Travor, b. 

29 Dec. 1827, 200 Mulberry 8t, New York city, dau. of Absjilom and Charlotte 
(Miller) of A. A. Cooper. Res. Ann Arbor and York, Washtenaw Ca, and Milan, 
3fonroe Co., Mich. 1873, Saline^ Washtenaw Co.y Mich. 

Children : 

6711. 1. CHAKLOTTE-SEMAKTnA, b. 9 Muf. 1847, Auii Arbor. 

6712. 2. Emma-Maussa, b.4 June, 1849, ** 
C5713. 3. Clement-Richmond, b. 14 July, 1851, ** 

6714. 4. Frakcks-Mai.ixda, b. 15 July, 1853, ** 

6715. 5. Lizzie- SuTHEULAKD, b. 16 Aug. 1855, ** 

6716. 6. Andrkw-Apollos, b. 12 Dec. 1858, Saline. 

6717. 7. Richard-Harrison, b. 11 Nov. 1860, Milan. 

6718. 8. Esther-Jane, b. 17 Nov. 1862, ** 

6719. 9. Egbert-Grant, b. 8 Nov. 1865, York. 

6720. EGBE UT-KETCI1UM^ [6691] (Clement*, Hannah* ( Winslmc) Tuttle, Nathan- 
iel*, John*, Kenehn*, K€netm\) b. 11 Aug. 1827, Murray, N.Y. ; was married by Rev. 
Ely Hannibal, Clarkson, Monroe Co., N.Y,, 27 Nov. 1850, to Emily King, b. 7 Nov. 
1629, dan. of Marvin and Charlotte (Hull) of James, Orleans Co:, N.Y. She died 24 
May, 1864, Pocstenkill, Henssclaer Co., and was buried in Olarkson, N.Y. He mar- 
ried 2d, Rochester, probably N.Y., 20 Dec. 1864, Hannah Frink, dau. of David. 
She died 28 July, 1867, ilamliu, Monroe Co., N.Y., aud was buried in Clarkson. He 
married 8d. at Brock|)ort, Monroe Co., N.Y., 24 Apr. 1870, Anna-Eliza St ruuk, dau. 
of David and Hannah (Hancr). Farmer and pathmaster. Res. 1878, Hamlin, N. T, 



584 Deacendanta of Hmmah!' ( Wiruilow ) Tuiile, 

Children born in Hamlin : 

6721. 1. SaraH'Louisb*, b. 17 Not. 1851; died in infancy. 

6722. 2. SABAH-Aira% b. 8 Feb. 1853; married, 10 Nov. 1870, Charles Ferris. 

Child: 

6728. •, b. 30 Aug. 1871. 

6724. 8. Maet-Elizabbth', b. 25 Feb. 1856. 

6725. 4. LouiBB% b. 22 May, 1858. 

6726. 6. Elt-Haniobal*, b. 17 Sept 1860. 
0727. 6. Emily-Mabia", b. 19 Dec. 1865. 
6728. 7. David-Haner', b. 24 Mar. 1871. 

6729, TIMOTHY', \(iQm] {mnnah* iWimlato ) Tuttle, Nathanid\ John\ Kendm\ 
Kendm\) b. 29 Apr. 1787, Williston, Vt. ; d. 8 Oct. 1865, Lockport, Niagara Co., 
N. Y., and was buried at Cambria, in the same county. He married at Jericho, Vt, 
24 Sept. 1810, Priscilla Farasworth, b. 20 Mar. 178i), at J., dau. of Benjamin and 
Uebecca (Wilson) of J. She died 7 Mar. 1844, at C, and was there buried. Farmer. 
They resided in different towns in Orleans, Genesee, Monroe, and Niagara counties. 

Children : 

0730. 1. Alzina', b. 18 Oct. 1811, Williston, Vt ; d. 28 June, 1857. 

0731. 2. MmoN-WiNSLow*, b. 18 Nov. 1818, Murray, N.Y. ; m. by Rev. H. Pettit, 

Somerset, Niagara Co., N.Y., 24 Oct 1847, to Amanda-M. Brown, b. 19 

Dec. 1827, Ridgeway, N.Y., dau. of Augustus and Permelia (Irons) of 

Lockport, Niagara Co., N.Y. She died 6 May, 1866, at L., and was 

buried in Cambria. He was mai'ried 2d, by Rev. E-R. Sawyer, Gaines, 

Orleans Co., N.Y., 29 Apr. 1868, to Elvira Irons, dau. of Rev. Ara and 

Mary (Niles) of G. Farmer. Res. Murray and Ridgeway, Orleans Co., 

and Cambria, Niagara Co., N.Y., and Muskegon, Mich. 

1878, Lockport, N.Y. 
Children: 

6732. 1. Lavem*, b. 17 June, 1848, Lockport 

0733. 2. Medora*, b. 5 July, 1850, L. ; married Marcus- A. Lafler, of Herscy, 

Mich. 
6734. 8. Olin', b. 9 Oct 1864, L. 

0735. 3. IIarjion', b. 9 July, 1821, Murray. Res. 1873, IlilUdnU, Mich. 
6736. 4. >Iondana', b. 21 June, 1824, Bergen, Genesee Co., N.Y. ; married 

Jeff^es. Res. 1873, WUaon, Niagara Co., N, T. 

0737. 5. Urana\ b. 10 Dec. 1825, Bergen; is deceased. 
6788. 6. BENJAMiN-FaANKLiN% b. 10 Jan. 1828, Murray, N.Y.; is owner of a coal 

mine. Res. 1873, Shamburg, Perm, 

6789. SERGT. RICHMOND*, [6657] (HarmaJi* (.Window) Tuttie, Nathaniel*, 
John\ Kenelm\ Kendm\) b. 20 Feb. 1790, Williston, Vt ; married there, 9 July, 1815, 
Lovina Morton, of W., b. 6 May, 1794, Windsor, Conn., dau. of Diodate, who rem. 
from E. Windsor to Williston about 1794, and Jemima (Rockwell). She died 80 



^ Sergt. Richmond^ TutHe. 585 

Aug, 18G7, Mishawaka. In 1811, he commenced business for himself in Hamilton, 
N. Y. ; in October of the same year was wrecked on the first steamer that erer floated 
on Lake Michigan. He lay on the wreck twenty-four hours in a severe storm, and 
suffered much. In 1812, the war between Great Britain and the United States broke 
up his business, and he joined a one-year company, called dragoons, whose business 
was scouting and carrying despatches. He was appointed sergeant. Two of his most 
intimate friends were arrested by the enemy and executed as spies, and many fell in 
battle, until they were reduced to sixteen, and discharged before the year was up. 
He was at the battle of Ogdensburgh when it was taken, and was at Snckett^s Harbor 
whUe our army and fleet went up the lake to Little York, leaving 400 as guard. 

In 1815, they settled in Potsdam, N.Y. In 1819, they removed to Rochester, 
N. Y., and, about the third year after, he was attacked with inflammation of the eyes, 
losing the use of them for several years, which broke him up in business again. In 
1826, they changed their residence to Brockport, and, in the fall of 1827, both united 
with the Methodist Episcopal church. Ever after, his house was called the ** Meth- 
odist Tavern, " and was a welcome home for all the itinerancy. He was soon ap- 
pointed trustee, steward, and class leader; held the offices many years, and had the 
financial part in superintending the erection of three churches, two brick and one 
wooden. In 18<i5, he went to Mishawaka, and commenced business again. There 
he found five Methodist brothers and formed a class, he being leader, and in a shoit 
time obtained preaching once in two weeks. That church has since grown to be 
the largest and most wealthy in the district. He filled the office of coroner eight 
years. He was always a staunch temperance man. In 1870, his dauG^hter writes, 
'' He is now in his eightieth year, hale and hearty. He feels that his work is nearly 
ended, and is waiting, ready and willing when the sununons comes to say farewell." 
Saddler and harness maker. Res. 1873, MUhawaka, Si. Joseph Co,^ IruL 

Children : 

6740. 1. SoN% died 4 Nov. 1816, Potsdam, N.Y., the day of his birth. 

6741. 2. Louisa-Cakolinb', b. 16 Oct. 1817, Williston, Vt. ; ra. Brockport, N.Y., 

1 Jan. 1835, Albert Hudson, b. 1 Dec. 1815, West Hartford, Ct, son of 
Benjamin and Harriet (Dickinson) of Sabula, Jackson Co., Iowa. Shoe 
and leather merchant lies. 1874, Muhawdka^ Ind, 

Children: 

6742. 1. Frances-Maria", b. 2 Jan. 1836; d. 13 Sept. 1836, at M. 

6743. 2. George-Richmond*, b. June, 1838, M. ; was married by Rev. Dr. 

Shaw, Rochester, N.Y., 11 Apr. 1862, to Frances-Julia Hagamon, 
b. 30 Apr. 1839, at R., dau. of Charles-Dyer and Harriet (Stone) of 
R. 3Ierchant. Res. 1809, Toledo, 0. 

Cliildren bom in Toledo: 

6744. 1. Frances- Oe(yrgiana% b. 7 Mar. 1865; d. 16 July, 1805, T. 

0745. 2. Louis^, b. 25 Mar. 1866. 

0746. 3. Emma-Frances*, b. 17 July, 1807, 

0747. 4. Oeorffiana\ b. 31 Aug. 1868. 



586 DescendaiUs of Hannah* ( Winalow ) TutUe. K 

(5748. 3. Edwin-Russell*, b. 3 June, 1841 ; d. 22 July, 1842, M. 

6749. 4. Elbert-Ard', b. 20 June, 1844; d. 11 Jan. 1845, M. 

6760, S. Emma-Leonard% b. 10 Feb. 1846, M. ; d. 6 July, 1868; married, 22 

Oct. 1865, Col. Newton Bingham, b. 6 Mar. 1841, s. of Alfred and 
Anna (Miller) of M. He enlisted at Goshen, in the 48th Ind. Vols. ; 
went into camp as a private, in November, 1861, and rose by merit 
and valor to the oflSce of colonel. He participated in many hard- 
fought battles; was at luka, Corinth, Vicksburg, Qoldsborough, 
etc. ; marched with Qen. Sherman to the sea, and, at Savannah, 
took charge of his regiment. He died 25 Nov. 1868, and was bur- 
ied with Masonic honors, on Thanksgiving-day, at Mishawaka. 

6751. 6. HaiTiet-Lovina", b. 29 Apr. 185-; married, 20 Dec. 1868, James-Rus- 

sell Hudson, s. of James-Hartwell and Rozella (Barton) of 8aug- 
atuck, Mich. 

Child: 

6752. Bertlia-Louu^, b. 26 Oct. 1869, Rochester, Minn. 

6753. 7. Clara-Louisa', b. 21 July, 1856,' M. 

0754. 8. Edward-Albert', b. 17 Feb. 1860, M. 

0755. 3. Son', b. and d. 27 Dec. 1818, Rochester, N.Y. 

6756. 4. Maria-Eliza\ b. 27 May, 1821, Rochester; m. Mishawaka, 7 Feb. 1837, 

Andrew-Moores Wing, b. 28 Nov. 1811, Fort Ann, Washington Co.! 
N.Y., s. of Benjamin and Betsey (Hatch). [Benjamin and Betsey 
(Hatch) were married 15 May, 1800, Falmouth, Mass., where Betsey was 
born, 16 Mar. 1780; d. 20 July, 1863, aged 83, at Mishawaka. Imme- 
diately after their marriage they went to Saratoga Co., N.Y. She was 
gr. ch. of Thomas Tupper, of Lynn, who, with Richard Bourne, purchased 
the Sandwich lands in 1637. "In his regard for the spiritual Interests 
of the Indians Mr. Tupper preached to them, although he was not edu- 
cated for the ministry. He founded an Indian church near Herring 
river, supplied with a succession of ministers of his name. A pastor, 
his great grandson, died in 1787." AUen's Bwg. Diet.] He went to 
Mishawaka in 1834; after his marriage in 1887 he emigrated to White- 
side Co., III., on Little Rock creek, and called the ** Grove," Genesee; 
removed to Fulton City, 1838; returned to Mishawaka in 1840; went tJ 
the land of gold in 1849. He has been ruHng elder in the, Presbyterian 
church nearly twenty years. Dry goods merchant. 

Children: ^''' '®^^' ^^^'^^ Tnd. 

6757. 1. Louisa-Jane", b. 15 Nov. 1887, *» Grove"; d. 15 Nov. 1888 FulUm 

City. 

6758. 2. Henry-Richmond*, b. 4 July, 1840, Fulton City; d. 24 July 1*41 M 

6759. 3. Son, b. 8 Jan. 1842; d. 12 Jan. 1842. ' ' 

6760. 5. Jane.Ahn\ b. 5 Aug. 1823, Rochester; d. 16 Dec. 1866, Mishawaka, after 

a long illness. She married there, 80 Apr. 1846, Capt Solomon-Henry 
Fountain, a descendant of the Huguenots, b. 1 June, 1818 Delawar^ 
s. of Henry and Rebecca ( ), who settled in Delaware at a^ early da7 



K Descendants of Sergt. Richmond^ TutOe. 687 

In October, 1863, he was appointed lioutenaot to enlist a company, 
which was Co. D., 128th Regt., First Brigade, First Division, 28d Army 
Corps, organized at Michigan City, mustered into U.S. service 19 Jan. 
1864. He was in the battles of Chattanooga, Dalton, Hesaca, Altoona, 
Kennesaw, Atlanta, Colombia, Franklin, Newbem, Wiscforka, and 
others. In one of his letters he wrote, '* I have stood in line of battle 
eight days, some kind of a battle each day." In another he says, **For 
the last twenty days we have been in a battle or skirmish every day." 
He was in Gen. Thomas' Division, and was sent back from Atlanta to 
Nashville; was followed by Gen. Hood, who had an army two to one. 
At one time both armies were in line of battle eighty rods apart. There 
were two brave colonels, Col. Miller of the nnion army and a rebel 
colonel, who had met several times in battle before, and knew each other 
at this time by their horses. They challenged each other to a combat, 
rode to the center, and as they passed each other the rebel colonel fell 
at the hand of the union colonel. He says, **I could but feel sorrowful 
to see so brave a man fall, even if he was an enemy.*' 

The regiment was ordered to Washington from Nashville in great 
haste, and from there to Newbem, N.C. While leading a charge against 
the rebel breastworks at Wiseforks, 19 March, he fell, shot in the head. 
He was taken to Newbem Hospital, and died IS Apr. 1865 ; his remains 
are interred at Newbem. 
Children: 

6761. 1. Richmond-Henry*, b. 9 June, 1847, Mishawaka. Merchant and post- 

master in Mishawaka, Ind. 
Helen-Lovina*, b. 4 Jan. 1850, M. 
William*, b. 6 Feb. 1852, South Bend. 

May-Maria*, b. 35 July, 1854, S.B. Res. 1878, MUkatodka, Ind, 

George-Morton*, b. 27 Mar. 1856, S.B. 
Minnie-Avillia*, b. 20 Aug. 1859, S.B. 
Mart- Amelia', b. 19 Nov. 1826, Brockport, N.Y. ; in 1874, was unmar- 
ried. 

6768. 7. Sarah-Am amda', b. 18 Sept. 1829, Brockport; has been a teacher. She 

married, as 2d wife, Mishawaka, Ind., 15 May, 1855, Oliver-Hamilton 
Kain, of Elkhart, Elkhart Co., Ind. ; b. 18 Apr. 1822, Winfield, Herki- 
mer Co., N.Y., son of Dr. Oliver-Langworthy-Babcock and Nancy 
(Babcock), of Paris, N. T. Attorney and counsellor at law, and politi- 
cian. Res. 1874, Elkhart, Ind. 
Cliildren bom at Elkhart: 

6769. 1. Edwin-Ran,lall«, b. 9 Feb. 1857; d. 6 Sept. 1868, E. 

6770. 2. Sarah-Emma', b. 17 July, 1859; d. 17 Sept. 1868, E. 

6771. 3. Kate-Almira*, b. 11 May, 1864. '. 
e;72. 4. Louie-Haria*, b. 20 Mar. 1867. 

677a. 8. Susan-Marakda', b. 13 Sept. 1829, Brockport; has been a teacher. She 
was married, as 2d wife, Mishawaka, Ind., by Rev. Mr. Tansey, 4 Aug. 
1851, to Andrew BUiaon, of La Grange, Ind., b. 11 Jan. 1817, Castle- 



6762. 


2. 


6768. 


8. 


6764. 


4. 


6765. 


5. 


6766. 


6, 


6767. fl 


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588 Deacendanis of Harmdh* ( Window ) TtUtle. K 

derry, Tyrone Co., Ireland, a. of Thomas and Jane (Armstrong) of La 
Grange. He is of Scottish descent; came to this country witli his 
parents when only two years old. Attorney and counsellor at law. 

Res. 1874, La Orange, Ind. 
Children bom in La Grange: 
6774. 1, Thomfts-Emmet", b. 12 Aug. 1853 ; grad. in the Law Dept of Michigan 

University, 25 Mar. 1874. 
0776. 2. RoUin^, b. 4 Nov. 1854. 

6776. 8. Emma-Frances«, b. 8 Mar. 1857. 

6777. 4. George*, b. 7 July, 1850; d. 29 Aug. 1859, La Grange. 

6778. 5. EUen-Maria*, b. 16 Mar. 1801. 

6779. 6. Alice-Hamilton*, b. 25 Sept. 1804. 

6780. • 7. Mary-Letitia% b. 13 Jan. 186G. 

6781. 8. Leni*, b. 9 May, 1808. 

6782. 9. Harriet-Sophia', b. 15 Mar. 1833, Brockport, N.Y. ; m. Mishawaka, 12 

May, 1852, Samuel Stone, of Elkhart, b. 25 Mar. 1822, Spafford, N.Y., 
8. of Joseph and Polly (Millington) of Defiance, O. Btiker, and brick 
manufacturer. Removed, in 1856, from Elkhart, Ind., to Olmstead Co., 
Minn.; 1867, to Rochester. Olmstead Co., Minn., where they were re- 
siding in 1874. 
Children: 

6783. 1. Flora-Adelia', b. 8 Apr. 1854, Elkhart, Ind. 

6784. 2. Charles-Willis', b. 5 Apr. 1857, Minnesota. 

6785. 8. George-Edwin^ b. 23 May, 1869, " 

6786. 4. Frank-Morton*, b. 12 Apr. 1868, ** 

6787. 6. EUen-Maria», b. 8 Dec. 1866, " 

6788. 6. Hattie-May", b. 29 Oct. 1868, Rochester. 

6789. 10, Ellen-Janei^ b. 6 May, 1887, Mishawaka; died there, 80 Sept. 1839. 

6790. 11. Ellkn-Morton\ b. 30 Sept. 1840, M. ; married there, 28 Jan. 1868, Rev. 

Cornelius Hover, b. 30 June, 1836, Mercer Co., Pa. He united with 
the M.E. church in his seventeenth year; entered Delaware College, 
■ Ohio, March, 1856; was licensed to preach, 1861, at Beach Grove, Addi- 
son Circuit, Urbanna Dist., Cincinnati Conference; was received by the 
North Indiana Conference, 10 Apr. 1862, and continued a member of 
the same until 18 Apr. 1869, at which time he was transferred by 
Bishop Simpson to the Minnesota Conference, and stationed at Owatonna, 
Steele Co., Minn; 1869, *70, was stationed at Hastings, 3liun. 

Res. 1874, Polk City, Polk Oo., Iowa. 

6791. ELECTA*, [6658] (Hannah^ iWinslow ) Tuttle, Nathanid*, John\ Kendm\ 
S:endm\) b. 16 July, 1792, Williston, Vt. ; married there, 15 Oct. 1810, Zophar 
BEACH, b. 16 Nov. 1788, Litchfield, Conn., s. of Noah and Elizabeth (Harrison) of 
L. They removed from Williston to Litchfield, October, 1888; and from the latter 
place to Bethlehem, Litchfield Co., Conn., Nov. 1840. Mr. Beach was drafted in 
the last war with England, October, 1813; was discharged two weeks after he was 
mustered into service. He also volunteered for a short time in 1814, and was in 



K Beach^ Lake^ Chamberlain^ Bearddley^ Averill. 589 

the militia service at the battle of Plattsburgh ; was discharged soon after the battle. 
Fanner. Res. 1873, BethUJiem^ Conn, 

Children: 
•7M. 1. Louisa-Mabia', b. 8 Mar. 1822, Williston; m. Bethlehem, 80 Nov. 1843, 
Konnan Ijake, b. 14 Nov. 1807, at B., s. of Amos and Catherine (Black- 
man) of B. Kes. 1878, Bethlehem, Conn. 
Children bom in Bethlehem : 
5798- 1. Sophronia-Elizabeth", b. 11 Oct. 1844. 

6794. a. Ellen-lone*, b. 39 Sept 1848. 

6795. a Norton-Beach', b. 19 Dec. 1851 ; d. 23 ]^lnr. 1852, B. 

6796. 4. Herbert-Watson% b. 15 Sept. 1853. 

6797. 5. Arthur-Beach*, b. 18 Aug. 1860. 

6798. 6. Geoige-Tuttle", b. 18 June, 1862. 

6799. 2. Sophboria-Elizabeth', b, 16 June, 1825, Williston, Vt. ; d. 12 Oct. 1852, 

B. 

6800. 8. Nokton-Ttjttlb% b. 2 Apr. 1827, W. ; d. 26 May, 1842. 

6801. 4. MIKEBVA-CABOLINB^ b. 20 Aug. 1830, W. ; d. there, 15 Apr. 1832. 

6802. 5. Maby-Mabilla% b. 7 Feb. 1833, W. ; d. there, C Mar. 1832. 

6808. BBTHIAH», [1214] (Nathaniei", John*, Kenelm\ Kenelm\) b. 31 Dec. 1759, 
Salisbury, Conn.; d. 2 June, 1820, Massena, N.Y. ; married in 1781, Samuel 
rH4MT^''"^T.ArWj of Richmond, Yt, who died 11 Nov. 1823, Massena. lie was 
a Revolutionary soldier; was at the defeat and surrender of Burgoyne. They re- 
moved from Richmond, Vt, about 1812, to Massena, A\ Y. 

Children : 

6804. 1. Er.TZABETH* or Esthbr*, bom in 1784; died in 1802, Lower Canada; mar- 

ried, in 1801, Elisha Beardaley. 

6805. 2. RuFUS*, b. 24 Feb. 1788; died in 1840, New Brunswick. He went from 

Montreal, as supercargo or agent for a company there, to the Bay of 
Chaleurs, on fishing voyages. On the third voyage he married and 
i-emained tliere. H- 

6800. 8. Fbbelove*, b. 22 Mar. 1790 ; mari-ied in 1810, Truman AverilL Removed 
to Kalamazoo County, prob. in Michigan; was residing in that State in 
1873. 

6807. 4. Eunice", b. 12 Feb. 1792; married, 8 Apr. 1818, Oliver Bobinaon, of 

Massena, who died there, 6 Jan. 1838. 
Children bom in Massena: 

6808. 1. Rufus-Whiting', b. 27 Apr. 1814; d. June, 1840. 

6809. 2. Lucius-AugU8tns\ b. 17 July, 1816; married, 9 Not. 1841, Nancy 

Hutchins. Merchant. Res. 1873, Massena, JVC F. 

6810. 8. Samuel-Winslow', b. 1 Jan. 1821; married, 1 June, 1844, Lucy 

Hutchins. Res. 1878, Massena, JV; 7. 

6811. 4. Olive-Bethiah*, b. 20 May, 1823; m. Massena, 81 Jan. 1839, llugli 

A l len, b. 1 Nov. 1812, s. of Ichabod and Polly (Cunningham) of M. 
He d. 2 Dec. 1865, Stockholm, St Lawrence Co., N.Y., and was 
there buried. Farmer. She was married 2d, by Rev. 8-F. Danforth, 



590 Descendants of NathanieV Winslov). ^ 

at Stockholm, 26 Oct 1866, to Andrew White, b. 30 May, 1822, 
Peru, Clinton Co., N.Y., a. of Jacob and Sally (Chandler) of P. 

Res. 1873, Stockholm, N. T. 
Children born in Stockholm: 
0813. 1. JRufoi?, b. 1 Feb. 1842; was mustered into service in the 100th 

N.Y. Regt., at Camp Wheeler, Ogdensburg, 27 Aug. 1862; was 
instantlykilledby a rebel bullet, 8 June, 1864, Cold Harbor, 
near Richmond. 
G813. 2. Mar^, b. 19 Feb. 1845; d. 28 Feb. 1868. She married at Hop- 

kin ton, N.Y., 6 Sept. 1864, Rufua Marsh, born in Stockholm, 

8. of Harry and Maria ( ) of S. Farmer. 

Res. 1873, moekholm, N. 7. 
Children : 

6814. 1. Henry*, b. 4 Oct. 1866; died In 1889. 

6815. 2. Cary», born in 1888. 

6816. 8. Olitei*, b. 24 Apr. 1847; m. Stockholm, 6 Jan. 1872, Olive-E. 

McLoud, b. 30 Mar. 18ol, S., dau. of James-Madison andMary- 
J. (Loverin) of Hopkinton, N.Y. Farmer. 

Res. 1873, Stockholm, if. T. 
0817. 5. Asa-Lewis% b. 24 Mar. 1826; married, 24 Feb. 1851, HenrietU Mans- 

field. He was killed in battle, 17 June, 1863, Aldie, Va. 

6818. 6. Henry-Truman', b. 2 Apr. 1828; married, 4 Jan. 1854, Clarinda Cum- 

mings. Many years ago he went to New York with a drove of 
horses, and that is the last that was known of him by his family. 
Merchant. Res. Madrid, N. Y. 

6819. 7. Oliver-Chamberlain^ b. 24 June, 1831; was married byN-A. Staples, 

Lexington, Middlesex Co., Mass., 14 Sept. 1856, to Adeline Viles, 
b. 25 Nov. 1830, at L., dau. of Joel and Sally (Smith) of L. In 
1849, he went to Lexington, remaining there till 1856, when he 
moved to Madrid, and there engaged in the mercantile business with 
his brother Henry-Truman* ; bought out his interest in 1860, and 
went into partnership with his brother Lucius- Augustus', who, after 
three years, returned to Massena. Merchant. 

Res. 1873, Madrid, N. Y, 
Children bom in Madrid : 

(J820. 1. Lucius- Augustus, b. 26 June, 18.*i8. 

6821. 2. Frederic- WUliam\ b. 28 Sept. 1859.' 

«8>2. 8. Mith'Francet^y b. 8 July. 1801. 

6823. 8. Eunice-Louise^ b. 16 Mar. 1834 ; in 1873 was unmarried. 

6824. 5. Prudence*, b. 22 Mar. 1794; d. 20 June, 1835, at Comstock, Kalamazoo 

Co., Mich., while on a visit, and was buried at Gull Prairie. She mar- 
ried in Richmond, 6 Mar. 1821, her cousin. Dr. Jason^ Winslow [7036], 
b. 6 July, 1790, Hillsdale, N.Y., s. of John* and Mary (Covell) of Medina, 
O. At the age of four years, be removed with his parents to Williston, 
Vt. When twenty years old, he commenced the study of medicine with 
Dr. Perigo, of Burlington, Vt., and surgery with Dr. Pomeroy of the 
same place. He was surgeon at the battle of Jiake Champlain, in 1.S12. 



K NaOifmid^ Window. 691 

HaYing lo8t hit health by close appUoatioii to rtody, he traveled nearly 
two years to regain it, and after that went to Hopkinton and read medi- 
cine with Dr. Spragae. From thence he went to Ogdensbnrg, N.Y.f 
attended lectorea, and received hia diploma in 1820. He commenced 
practice in Stockholm, St Lawrence Co., N.Y., where he remained 
until May, 1884, when he removed to Bichland, Gnll Prairie, Kalamasoo 
Co., Mich. From thence he went, March, 1840, to Grand Rapids, Mich., 
where he practiced nntii his death, which occurred there, 16 Mar. 1848. 
He married 2d, Dorr Prairie, Ind., 18 Sept. 1888« Rhoda Skinner, b. 81 
Dec. 1798, Jericho, Chittenden Co., Yt. She removed with her parents, 
while yonpg, to Stockhohn, N. Y. In 1884, left there for Dorr Prairie, 
Ind. After her husband's death she retnmed to Stockholm. She mar^ 

ried 2d, 81 Jan. 1845, Kent, of Hopkinton, St. Lawrence Co., 

N. Y., and res. there in 1870. 
Children bom in Stockholm: 

6825. 1. Ilaria-A\, b. 1 Sept 1828; m. 24 Jnly, 1864, Heman Leonard, of 

Grand Rapids, Burt Co., Mich., b. 80 Apr. 1812, Parma, Monroe Co., 
N. Y. Importer of qneen's-ware, china, and glass. 8.p. 

Res. 1878, Grand Bapids^ Mich. 

6826. S. MaTy-Ann\ b. 26 Apr. 1825, Stockhohn; m. Grand Rapids, 18 Oct 

1847, Charles-M. Nichola, b. 20 Sept 1820, Batovia, N.Y.; d. 28 
Sept 1861, Cannon Township, Burt Co., Mich., where they resided. 

She res. 1874, Orand Bapidiy Mich, 
Children: 

6827. 1. Aha • IP., b. 6 Oct 1848, Cannon ; in 1870 was studying medicine. 

6828. 38. Mary-E^.y b. 8 May, 1850. 

6829. 8. BmeUn&'ir.f b. 28 July, 1851. 

6830. 4. KaU-M^.y b. 18 June, 1854. 
essi. ff. EdUi^, b. 17 June, 1858. 

688S. NATHANIEL*, [1211] (NathanUI^, John\ Kmdm\ KeMlm\)h. 9 April, 
1761, Salisbury, Conn. ; d. 80 April, 1S81, Williston,. Yt t' Having received a fine 
education, he spent many years in teaching; and some of our eminent men were his 
pupils. Subsequently he devoted his time to agriculture, occasionally filling public 
offices of trust and honor; and to superintending the education of his children." 
[Blak^9 Biog, Diet,] He removed from Salisbury', Conn., to Williston, Vt, soon after 
the close of the Rev. war, having previously married, 15 Mar. 1784, at Sheflleld, Mass., 
Joanna Kellogg, b. 4 Jnly, 1766, at 8., dau. of Amos and Prudence (Sedgwick) of S. 
By her he bad three sons and three daughters, all of whom are now dead. Mrs. Wins- 
low d. 14 Feb. 1810, at Williston. He married 2d, at Hudson, N. Y., 18 Jan. 1812, 
Anna Hannah, b. 15 July, 1770, Bethlehem, Conn., dau. of Alexander and Mary 
(Calhoun) of B. She died at W., 2 Oct 1864. He had by her one daughter, who, in 
1870, was residing on the homestead. The detenniningiorce that made Williston the 
borne of Nathaniel* may be traced to Thomas Chittenden, bom at East Guilford, 
Conn., who moved to Salisbury a short time before the marriage of Nathaniel* 
Winslow, where for twenty-four years they were neighbors and friends. In 1774, 
> TlM Iftod records of SftlUbnry show a dMd giTen bj Nathaniel* In 17M. 



592 * Nathanid^ Window. K 

Mr. Chittenden, with his family, emigrated to the yidnity of the Onion riyer. The 
Indian name of this river was Ouinooske. His location was in the present town of 
'Williston, some seven miles south-east from Bnrlington, Chittenden Co., Yt. Some 
twelve years later, 1786, Mrs. Hannah Winslow [12111, with all her family, sooghtthe 
fertile valley where resided her husband's former friend and townsman, then the 
first Governor of the newly organized State of Vermont. Partly owing to troubles 
with New York, Vermont would not join the confederacy in 1777, but at a convention 
held at Westminster it was declared an independent State. [See ^14. ] It was admitted 
into the Union in Feb. 1701. Gov. Chittenden resigned the gubernatorial office in 
the smnmer of 1797, and died 25 August of that year, aged 69 years. Mr. Winslow 
possessed a fine farm at Williston, and carried on a wrought iron nail factory. 
When, in advanced life, he was about to retire from business, he became involved in 
the failure of a man, to whom he had lent the use of his name, thereby losing the 
greater part of his property. 

From the Beeorder we add the following: 

Mr. Winslow descended from a line of unbroken pious ancestry extending back 
to the time the pilgrims landed at Plymouth. At an early age his mind and heart 
became possessed of the principles of evangelical religion as embraced by his ances- 
tors and inculcated in the instructions, prayers, and example of a devotedly pious 
father. He made early profession of his Christian faith, the fruits of which were 
evinced in a subsequent Christian character, eminently pure, uniform, and consistent. 
The sanctification of the Sabbath commencing with the shades of Saturday evening, 
daily morning and evening family devotions, and family religious instructions and 
duties of Christianity, were ever observed and enjoyed by him with the same uniform 
and conscientious fidelity which characterized the piety of the pilgrims. The latter 
part of his life was principally devoted to agricultural pursuits. A considerable 
part of his early life was devoted to teaching, and many of his pupils are still living 
in various parts of the country who cherish a grateful remembrance of his faithful 
and affectionate instructions. In his own family his ** doctrine dropped as the rain 
and his speech distilled as the dew." Possessing a delicate and uniform constitution 
and a retiring and domestic disposition, he was seldom from home except when ne- 
cessity demanded, but devoted his leisure time to reading and to intellectual and 
religious instruction of his children. Both by his precept and example, he inculca- 
ted in an eminent degree the Christian sentiment that an idolatrous love of the world 
is exceedingly base as well as sinful, infinitely beneath the proper dignity of a rational 
and immortal soul on its way to God. It is questionable whether he was ever known 
to express in any way, to his children, a desire that they should become possessed of 
wealth or worldly distinction, but thousands of times has he earnestly prayed with 
them and for them that they might be saved from these snares and give their undi- 
vided hearts to the great concerns of the soul, religion, and eternity. *^0n a certain 
occasion," said his pastor, in his funeral sermon, '^ a child of his overheard a voice of 
prayer in a place of retirement, and, on listening, perceived it to be the voice of his 
father praying for him. On hearing a father's prayer offered in secret for him, that 
the Holy Spirit might renew his heart, and make himi willing to renounce the world 
and become an instrament of promoting the Redeemer's Kingdom in the salvation of 
men, he became immediately serious, found no peace till* he believed in Christ, and 



K Nathaniel^ Window and Descendards. 593 

is now a nunister of the gospel." He cherished a deep interest in all the religious 
societies and enterprises of the day, which are preparing the way for millenial glory, 
and according to his ability, and often even beyond his ability, as most Christians 
would judge, contributed to their support. Disappointments, loss of property, 
bodily infirmity and aeyere sickness, of which an uncommon share fell to his lot, 
never seemed to disturb the Christian serenity of his souL He practically regarded 
them as " light afflictions which are but for a moment." A few weeks previous to 
his death a cloud seemed to settle on his mind, ancl, for a season, he nearly relin- 
quished bis Christian hope. It was occasioned by a zealous inspection of his ** past 
unfaithfulness," as he expressed it, " in a near prospect of eternity." But the cloud 
passed away, light from heaven again shone, he beheSd a forgiving and smiling God 
in the face of Jesus Christ, and having commended himself, his family, his distant 
children, and all the dear interests of the Redeemer's kingdom in the world to God, 
still sitting erect in his chair, he folded his hands, closed his eyes, and, with a gradu- 
ally retiring breath, ceased from time without a groan or struggle, and entered upon 
±e everlasting rest which remains for the people of God. 

We deem Mr. Winslow especially worthy of an extended notice in our work, as 
being the father of three honored and useful men, '* all of whom (says Rer. Pliny- 
Holton White, in the YtTmomt Beeard for July, 1864) became ministers and attained 
the degree of Doctor of Divinity,; a circumstance hardly to be paralleled in the annals 
of the American pulpit^ Wmdan, Tt. 

Children bom at Williston*: 

683a. 1. Almira, [6840] b. 7 Mar. 1785; d. 7 Mar. 1861; m. Boswell Morton. 

6834. 2. MmoH, [6860] b. 11 Dec. 1789; d. 22 Oct. 1864; m. Harriet-Wadsworth 

Lathrop; m. 2d, Catherine (Waterbury) Carman; m. 3d, Annie Spiers; 
nu 4th, Mary-W. (Billings) Dwight ; m. 5th, Ellen-Augusta Reed. 

6835. 8. CiiABissA, [6898] b. 12 June, 1792 ; d. 20 Oct. 1871 ; m. Dea. James-Bradley 

Skinner. 
6886. 4. Lotbt-Eltira, [6909] b. 9 Dec. 1796; d. 2 Nov. 1863; m. Aera Bradley. 

6837. 5. HuBBABD, [6939] b. 80 Oct 1799; d. 18 Aug. 1864; m. Susan- Ward 

Cutler. 

6838. 6. GoBDON, [6957] b. 12 Sept. 1803; d. 7 June, 1864; m. Eatherine-G. Fish. 

6839. 7. Adelia, [6962] b. 26 Sept 1814; m. 23 Mar. 1841, Norman-HinBdale 

Byington, 

6840. ALMIRA% [6833] {NathanUK^, NathaniO', John\ K€ndm\ Emidin\) b. 7 
Mar. 1785, Williston, Yt ; died there, 7 Mar 1861 ; married at Williston, December, 
1804, Boswell XOBTOK, b. 1 April, 1780, East Windsor, Ot, son of Diodate, of W., 
who removed from East Windsor about 1794, and Jemima (Rockwell). He died at 
W., 2 June, 1848. Fanner. WHOuUm, VU 

Children bom at Williston: 

684L 1. LoBBN, b. 16 Feb. 1806; d. 5 Sept 1807, W. 

6842. 2. Gbobob, [6846] b. 24 Mar. 1808; m. 15 April, 1840, Jane-Elizabeth John- 
son. 

«For dMoend*nU of Nathttnlel* Winslow see also the mlnUtnre BadkA Okati IJO908]. 



594 DeaoeiidcmU of Nathaniel^ Windlow, K 

6848. 8. Mabt-Anka, [6852] b. 28 June, 1810; m. 6 Dec 1832, Albert-Jonathan 
Fuller. 

6844. 4. Janb-Lotjiba, b. 6 April, 1813; cL 18 March, 1846, W. ; married there, 17 

May, 1887, Henry Hyde, bom in 1812, at W., son of Cabot-Henry and 
Anne (Miller) of W. He died 7 Nov. 1845, W. Merchant 8.p. 

Res. Burlington and WiUidon, Vt. 

6845. 5. Habribt-Lathrop, b. 26 Aug. 1810; d. 23 Mar. 1850, Burlington; m. 

Williston, 6 July, 1848, Ralph Landon, b. 6 June, 1818, Sunderiand, 
Vt., son of John, of S. He was killed by the railroad cars, at Swanton, 
Vt., 8 Oct 1855. Merchant s.p. Res. BarUngUmy VU 

6846. GEOROE^ [6842] (^2mtmUm/»^) Morton, Nathaniel^ Nathaniel^, Jokn\ 
Kendm\ Kenelm\) b. 24 Mar. 1808, Williston; m. 15 Apr. 1840, at Jericho, Vt, Jane- 
Elizabeth Johnson, b. 20 Sept 1812, Wallingford, Vt, dau. of Eliakim and Mary 
(Dennison) of that place. Merchant They h aye resided in Williston, where all 
their children were bom. BurlingUm^ VU 

6847. 1. Edwabd, b. 10 Feb. 1841; d. 6 Mar. 1841, Williston. 

6848. 2. Hknry, b. 28 Mar. 1842; d. 29 Iklay, 1871, Borlington. 

6849. 8. Mary-Elizabrth, b. 9 June, 1845; d. 12 April, 1878, *» 

6850. 4. KATE-WiNtfLow, b. 22 July, 1849. 

6851. 5. Hauhibttb-Lucrbtia, b. 4 Nov. 1851. 

6852. MARY- ANNA', [6848] {ALmira* ( Mwir^ ) Morton, JV<rfAan«», Nathaniel^, 
John\ Ksnelm*, Kenelm\) b. 28 June, 1810, Williston, Vt; married there, 6 Dec. 1882, 
Albert-Jonathan FULLBB, b. 18 Jan. 1807, Hartford, Vt, son of Jonathan and 
Sabra (Huntington) of New Haven, Vt Farmer. 1878, WiUutonj Vt. 

• Children bom at Williston: 

6858. 1. Ellbk-Jakb', b. 28 Oct 1838; m. Moira, N.Y., 10 Oct 1861, Philip-King 
Oleed, b. 6 Sept. 1834, Qranby, ('anada East son of John and Elizabeth 
(littlejohn) of Vermont. He is a prominent lawyer; has been U.S. 
Assessor in the third congressional district of Vermont, and held other 
important offices. 1878, Marri$nlUy VU 

Children bom at Morrlsville: 

6854. 1. Mary-Hattie*, b. 4 July, 1862; d. 6 Mar. 1872, MorrisvlUe. 

6855. 2. George-Albert*, b. 22 May, 1869; d. 18 June, 1870, ** 

6866. 2. Albbrt-Wbbstbr*, b. 80 Oct 1835; m. Brush's Mills, N.T., 31 July, 1866, 
Lavina Finney. s.p. Res. Moira, Franklin Co., N. Y., and WtHUUm^ VU 

6857. 8. Mary*, b. 26 Feb. 1888; d. 6 April, 1888, Williston. 

6858. 4. Mary-Hdntikotok*, b. 4 Mar. 1848; married at Williston, 18 Oct 1870, 

John Lincolxi, b. 28 July, 1833, Malone, Franklin Co., N.Y., son of 
Anselm and Hannah (Clapp) of M. Leather manufacturer and dealer, 
firm of Lincoln and Miller. 1878, Mcdone^ if. T. 

Child: 

6859. Qeorge-Morton*, b. 31 July, 1872, Malone. 



Rev. Miron^ Winslow, D.D,, LL.D. 595 



6860. MIRON% [6884] {Nathanid', NaUtaniel^ John\ Kenelm*, Kendm\) b. 11 
Dec. 1789, at Williston, Vt. ; d. 22 Oct. 1864, at Cape Town, South Africa, while 
retoming from India to America. 

At the age of fourteen, Mr. Winslow entered a store near Williston ; at twenty- 
one, he engaged in mercantile pursuits at Norwich, Conn. During tliese years he 
formed those correct business habits which appeared to such advantage throughout 
his life. 

After two years of successful business, he was led to think of the ministry, and 
more particularly of missions to the heathen. Impressed with a sense of his duty 
to preach the Qospel, he resigned his occupation as a merchant, and turned his 
attention to study. Having received a fine English education, and possessing quick 
powers of acquisition, a year and a half of study sufficed to prepare him for entering 
the junior class of Middlebury College, at which institution he graduated with spe- 
cial distinction in 1815. He then entered Yale, whjere lie spent some time studying 
and teaching, and received the degree of A.M. frofn that College in 1818— the same 
year in which he graduated from the Theological Seminary at Andover, where he had 
studied for about two years. * . ^ . . 

After leaving Andover, he spent six months . laboring < more particularly 
in behalf of the American Board 'of Commissionerb for Foreign Missions, and 
succeeded in raising large sums of money in the New England States for this work. 
During this time he prepared In part his */ History oT 3tisbi6iis,^'^a work of high 
rank. . « 

At an early period of his life, he thus displayed those' intellectual and religious 
traits which marked his subsequent career. It was his earnest appeals and untiring 
industry that stimulated the hearts of thousands, and interested the churches in the 
missionary undertakings of his day. i • 

Nov. 4, 1818, Mr. Winslow, together with Mr. Spaulding, ,Mr. Woodward, and 
Mr. Fisk, was ordained at Salem, Mass. ; and Prof. Most^s ^tuurt's sermon on that 
interesting occasion elicited such marked^ttdntion that it was* required for publica- 
tion. ' . ' . .r 

Mr. Winslow married at Norwich, Conn., 11 Jan., 1819, Harriet- Wads worth 
Lathrop, b. 9 April, 1796, N., dau.of Charles and Jbanna'(LeffingweJI) of N. He 
entbarked with his associates, 8 June, 1819, on the brig J/tdui, at Boston, and arrived 
at Calcutta, Oct. 19. On the 18th Feb., 1820, he and his wife reached Jafitna, Ceylon, 
aud too^ up their residence at Oodooville, July 4th, of the same year. 

From that time until 1838, he conducted the boarding and day school at Oodoo- 
ville; labored and preached in the neighborhood, and performed no small amount of 
literary work in connection with his duties as a missionary, translator, correspondent, 
etc. It was by his efforts, in a great measure, that the Batticotta Seminary was 
established at Jaffna. 

**The plan,'* wrote Mr. Winslow, *• was that of giving the pupils a good knowl- 
edge of English aud Continental science in connection with their own vernacular, 



596 Rev. Mlron' Winslow, D.D., LL.D. 



instead of Sanscrit/^ He adds, *^The institution had great influence in raising the 
standard of education in North Ceylon, and effected tlie Avhole Asiatic continent. *^ 
The Madras (English) University conferred its first degrees of B. A. on the seminary 
graduates. 

During his residence in Ceylon, Mr. Winslow wrote extensively for the 
press. ' His contributions to the Mimonary Herald, would alone have filled several 
volumes. 

Mrs. Winslow d. 14 Jan., 1883, at Oodooville, Ceylon ; and he visited the United 
States with his daughters the following autumn. He prepared a memoir of his wife, 
which is a valuable work, presenting not only an account of her character and 
labors, but a history up to that time of the Ceylon Mission, of which she had been a 
highly valued member. This work is now a standard volume of the American Tract 
Society, and has been reprinted in England and France. 

He married in New York, 23 April, 1835, Catherine (Waterbury) Carman, 
widow of Ezekiel Carman of New York City. She was born May*, 1797, N. Y., dan. of 
Gideon and Ruth (Tuttle) of New York City. He sailed from Philadelphia, 16 Nov., 
1835, reaching Madras 22 March, 1836, and proceeded thence by Madura to Ceylon. 
Returning to Madras 18 Aug., he established there a mission in which he was soon 
joined by Dr. ScUdder. Here he labored for the remaining twenty-eight years of his 
life. 

Mrs. Winslow died 23 Sept., 1837, of cholera, at Madras. Her memoir, pre- 
pared by her brother, Rev. J.-B. Waterbury, D.D., LL.D., is published by one of the 
societies. 

He m. 3d, Madras, India, 2 Sept., 1838, Annie Spiers of Madras, b. in Eng., dau. 
of Hon. Archibald, a member of the East India Board, and Margaret (Diindas) of 
England, and grand -dau. of Lord Dundas of Scotland. She died 20 June, 1843, 
Madras. He m. 4th, Madras, 12 March, 1845, Mary-W. (Billings) Dwight, widow 
of Rev. Robert-0. Dwight, D.D., of Madura, India. She was bom 1810, Conway, 
Mass., dau. of Elisha Billings. She d. April, 1852. He m. 5th, Boston, Mass., 20 
May, 1857, Ellen-Augusta Reed, b. 11 July, 1813, Charlestown, Mass., dau. of Joseph 
and Eunice (Cook) of Boston. She survives her husband, and now (1873) resides in 
Boston, where she is engaged in missionary and other useful undertakings connected 
vrith the cause. Time and space forbid any narration in this place of the labors and 
worth of the women who shared with Dr. Winslow his labors in India for the 
conversion of the heathen to Christianity. 

Dr. Winslow was engaged at an early period of his labors in Madras 
in translating the Holy Scriptures into Tamil. As late as 1850 he was much 
occupied with improvements and revisions of portions of the translation. In 1845, 
the native college and English high school were established, of which he was 
president. 

During his residence at the Madras Mission, seven vernacular schools were estab- 
lished, and four others in the adjoining station. Concerning the Mission, he pub- 



J^ev. Miron* Window, D,D., LL.D. 597 



lished four works entitled "Occasional Reports"— 1843, 1848, 1858, and 1864, 
respectively. Two to three hundred students attended the native college in 1864, 
" incladmg many Brahmins " ; and from four to five hundred pupils were in attend- 
ance at the vernacular schools. 

The publishing estahlishment of the Mission accomplished very much. Mr. 
Phineas-Tl. Hnnt and Dr. Winslow edited and supervised the material for publication. 
?Tom 1838 to 1864 (when Dr. Winslow died) tliere were published 223,000,000 pages 
of the Bible, and 810,000,000 of all other works, including gospels, epistles, com- 
mentaries, theological and school books, almanacs, newspapers, etc.— a grand total 
of 535,000,000 pages. 

Dr. Winslow's chief work was '' A Comprehensive Tamil and English Dictionary 
of High and Liow Tamil, ^* which was projected in 1838, begun in 1840, and published 
in 1862. Printed in a beautiful clear type, the quarto contains 976 pages, three col- 
umns to a page, and over 67,000 words with definitions. 

The Bound Table of New York thus noticed the work : * * It appears that nearly 
half of all the words in the Tamil language owe their English lexicographic birth 
and position to the labors of our American Orientalist. The work before us in- 
cludes both the common and poetic dialects, and the astronomical, astrological, 
mythological, botanical, scientific, and official terms, together with the names of 
authors, poets, heroes, and gods. It thus initiates the learner not only into the 
language, bat into its literature, and makes him acquainted with the philosophies, 
mythologies, sciences, traditions, superstitions, and customs of the Hindoos. . . . 
It is a great honor to American scholarship, that one of our number should have 
produced this work." 

The Beformed (Dutch) Church Mission passed the following testimonial: 
^^Besohed, That we, as a Mission, do tender our congratulations to the Rev. Miron 
Winslow, D.D., on the completion of his dictionary ; and that we regard his work as 
a noble contribntion to Oriental literature, a boon to all students and laborers in Tamil, 
and a crown of honor to its author.*' 

The work cost, to publish, from |15,000 to $20,000. Truhner's Roctyrd (London) 
priced it in 1865 at £3, 13s., 6d. 

In 1856, Mr. Winslow revidtod America, returning to Madras the following 
year. While in thic country hopoblished his *4Iints on Missions,^' a practical and 
useful manuaL 

In 1858, hor8oel7od^:od^roe of D.D. from Harvard University; in 1864, LL.D. 
from Middlobnry Colbge, Yt. 

Mr. Winslow continued unceasingly his round of duties at Madras, and adjacent 
stations. A brother missionary, writing to the Mimonary Herald^ says: '*As a mis- 
sionary, a student, a preacher, an author, he was largely a husiness man. ^lethodical 
and accurate, he looked for results in connection with labor, and went to his work, 
whatever it might be, with the'steady air of one who had a work to do. Day by 



598 Reo. Miron* Window, D.D,, LL.D. 



day and year after year, while a whole generation fell by his aide, he continued 
teaching and preaching in the school-house, church, zayat, and the public highway; 
writing, translating, compiling; giving time to Tract Society and Bible Society, also 
managing the fiuances of his own Mission and acting as agent for inland missions. 
.... His habits were regular and his mode of life simple. Rising at a quarter 
before five o'clock, he was accustomed to exercise, on foot or on horseback, for 
three-quarters of an hour before and after sunrise. Returning, he was alone till the 
breakfast hour. After a cheerful mcnl and family prayers he visited his schools, 
opening them with reading and prayer. Coming again to the house, he received the 
calls of his native assistants and others who might desire counsel, instruction, or in- 
formation. Then turning to his desk, he was occupied several hours with his Hindoo 
moonshces or Bible committee, and upon translations. Dinner was followed by atten- 
tion to the details of station and mission work, letter-writing, and study. Toward 
sundown out-door duties were resumed, visitation of schools, zayat-preaching, 
calls upon strangers or resident friends, or a drive upon the beach for refreshment. 
An early tea was ordinarily followed by attention to the accounts of the Mission and 
correspondence, varied by attendance upon committee meetings or social religious 
services." 

Speaking of his "eminently distinguished missionary life," another of the 
brethren at liladras remarks : ' Ut was also remarkable for the great amount of literary 
labor which he performed, all of which was more or less connected with his mis, 
sionary work. . . . From the character of his piety, wliich was warm, earnest- 
practical; from his excellent judgment, his gentle and affectionate yet dignified and 
courteous bearing ; from his conscientious, persevering application to every duty ; from 
his habits of punctuality, precision, and order, he was facile piu'neeps among the mis- 
sionaries of all societies in Madras. Wherever grace, gentleness, caution, prudence, 
and delicate courtesy were required, he was always selected. By Europeans and 
natives of all classes, by Christians and heathen, he was loved, esteemed, venerated, 
and will long be remembered in India." 

Another, speaking of him, says: "Firmness was one of his prominent traits. 
Once settled in the determination to pursue. a given course, he could not be easily 
moved from his purpose. What he undertook he accomplished. His labors attest 
this quality ; nor could a life-long endurance of the melting sun of tropical India take 
from his energy and perseverance." 

Dr. Winslow, Aug. 29, 18G4, sailed from Madras, reaching Cape Town, South 
Africa, Oct. 20, where he died two days afterward. 

On his departure from India various resolutions and testimonials were presented 
him, among them one from "The Madras Missionary Conference," numbering over 
forty members of all denominations, saying: "The brethren feel that in you they 
lose one whose place can never be supplied. You were always the foremost advo- 
cate of brotherly love and Christian union, and we felt that it was a privilege to have 



JSev. Miron" WinaUw, D.D,, LL,D. 599 



one who was so much respected by every division of the Church of Christ as yourself 
to preside at oar annual united communion and our annual coocerts of prayer." 

His native church said to him, on parchment, in their own way: ** After you, 
we may have many instructors of Christ. What of that? ... In fact the dear- 
bought experience of many years, lit by the grace of the Most High, has helped you 
practically to realize the true acceptation of the remarkable saying of St. Paul, which 
to many is only a barren, speculative theory, Hhe care of all the Churches.' " 

Miron Winslow was a man of true piety and religion, in humble imitation of 
that Saviour whose life was love. Said one already quoted : ** Rarely does the world 
see so beautiful an illustration of the power of Christianity to pervade the life of man 
with love." 

His type of disposition or character was much like that of his father, whom he 
greatly resembled in appearance. In him and his eminent brothers is found a power- 
fal illustration of the priceless value of early and faithful religious training combined 
with the example of an earnest Christian life. 

His children were : 

6861. 1. Charlks-Lathrop, b. 12 Jan. 1821, Oodooville, Ceylon; d. 24 May, 1832, 

New York City. His memoir was published by the American Tract 
Society. 

6862. 2. Harriet-Maria, b. 28 Feb. 1822, Oodooville; d. there, 27 Nov. 1825. 

6863. 3. Joakna, [6871] b. 5 Feb. 1825; m. Rev. George Olark; m. 2d, Col. 

George-Sturr King. 

6864. 4. Gboroe-Morton, b. 12 Way, 1827, Oodooville; d. there, 15 Aug. 1828. 

6865. 5. Harrikt-Lathrop, [6881] b. 19 Apr. 1829: d. 1 Sept. 1861; m. 21 Sept. 

1848, Rev. John-Welsh Dullea, D.D. 

6866. 6. Eliza-Coit, [6890] b. 4 Jan. 1831; d. 11 Aug. 1861; married Henry-M. 

Iieavitt. 

By 2d marriage : 

6867. 7. CATHERniB-WATBRBiTRT, b. 2 Feb. 1837, Madras, India; d. there, 29 Sept 

1837. 

By 3d marriage : 

6868. 8. Charles, [6894] b. 5. June, 1889; m. Tnes TrcTiiio y Gonzales. 

6869. 9. MiBON, [6897] b. 28 Aug. 1840; m. Adelaide- A. Mariotte. 

6870. 10. Arcribald-Spisrs, bom 10 June, 1843, Madras; died there, 10 Aug. 

1845. 



GOO 



Miron* Wmslow. 



INSCKU^nON ON THE MONUMENT OF DR. MIRON^'WINSLOW, CAPETOWN, 

a AFRICA. 

First Face. 

Miron Winslow, D.D., LL.D., 

Born December 11, 1789, 

at Williston, Vermont, United States; 

Died Oct. 32, 1864, 

at Cape Town, two days after 

his arrival on bis way to bis native land. 

Second Face. 

After tbe toils, griefs, and joys 

of forty-five years 
of devoted missionary service. 

Seventeen years in Ceylon, 
Twenty-eight years in Madras, 
, He rests from his labors, and 

His works do follow him. 

Thibd Face. 

Unselfish, Loving, and Gentle, 

yet Firnl, Energetic, Laborious, 

His earnest life 

commanded tbe love and esteem of 

Christian and Heathen. 

Fourth Face. 

His last words, 

God calls — Heaven is near. 

My peace is full. 



[We here present four genetic zones of a Radial Chart, commencing with Nathaniel*, the grandfather 

of Rev. Dr. Miron* Winslow. ] 




^ CZflPr*, Mng, DuUea. 601 

«871. JOANKA\ [6868] (Jfiivn*, ifoMani^f*, Nathan%A\ J6hn\ Kendm*, E^ 

wim\)b. 5 Feb, 1826, Oodooville, Ceylon; was adopted by Professor Kellogg, of 

Wiltiamstown. She married, Staten Island, 14 Oct. 1848, Rev. George OLABK, 

b. 14 April, 1828, Lenox, Mass., son of Joseph-R. and Eunice (Smith) of L. He 

gndnated at Williams College, 17 Ang. 1848, and at the Union Theo. Seminary, 

l^.T., 1848. He was ordained in^New York city, and settled as pastor over the Jfirst 

Presbyterian Church in St. Louis, Mo, ; he remained there but one year, being 

prostrated by cholera. He then left the field and went to Florida, where he acted 

as agent of the Bible Society until a short time previous to his death. He died 24 

Dec 1850, Tallahassee, Fla. She married 2d, in that town, 10 March, 1852, CoL 

George-Starr KING, of Florida, b. 12 Oct. 1816, Dublin, Ga., son of ana 

Jenuba (Starr) of Sharon, Conn., and Jackson County, Fla. He was Quarter- 
master-Ckneral for the State of Florida, with the rank and title of Colonel, during 
^e first year of the war. He owns a mill and is a dealer in lumber. 

1875, Apalachioola^ FranMin Oo.^ Fla, 
Their children : 

6872. 1. f Hakrist-Lathbop, b. 6 Sept. 1850, Lenox, Mass. 

6878. 2. 'Eliza-Coit, b. 6 Sept. 1850, Lenox; died there, 14 5lay, 1851. 
By 2d marriage : 

6874. 8. Ella-Wadswokth, b. 26 Dec. 1852, Newport, Fla. 

6875. 4. Florekce-Starr, b. 4 June, 1854, Santilla Mills, Camden Co., Ga. 

6876. 5. Akios-Baltzell, b. 6 Aug. 1855, Newport. 

6877. 6. Gborqe-Starr, b. 23 May, 1857, Newport; died there, 18 Sept. 1857. 

6878. 7. Carrie- WiMBERLY, b. 21 Dec. 1858, Leon Co., Fla. 

6879. a YiRGraiA-DAVis, b. 4Feb. 1861, Leon Co., Fla; d. 29 Jan. 1863, Belair, 

Fla. 

6880. 9. MiRON-WmsLow, b. 1 May, 1863, Belair. 

6881. HARRIET-LATHROP% [6865] {Miron\ Nathaniel^ Nathaniel, John\ 
K0iUlm\ Kenelm\) b. 19 Apr. 1829, Oodooville, Ceylon; d. 1 Sept. 1861, Philadel- 
phia, Pa., and was buried in Laurel Hill Cemetery. She married, at Bloomingdale, 
N. T. City, 21 Sept. 1848, Rev. John-Welsh DXTLLES, D. D., b. 4 Nov. 1828, 
Philadelphia, Pa., son of Joseph-Heatly and Margaret (Welsh) of P., and brother 
of Elizabeth-Homer, who married Francis-Olcott Allen, a descendant of Philip Par- 
sons, of Enfield, Ct. \^ee Par$om Memorial.^ Uegiaduated at Yale, in 1844, and at 
the Union Theo. Seminary, in 1848. He was ordained by the 3d Presbytery of 
Philadelphia, 2 Oct. 1848, and, with his wife, sailed for Madras, India, 10 Oct. 
1848, under the charge of the American Board of Foreign Missions. They re- 
tamed on account of ill health, 14 Mar. 1858. He was Secretary of the American 
Sunday School Union from 1853-57, and since that time has occupied the position 
of Editorial Secretary of the Presbyterian Board of Publication, Phi la. She was 
brought to the United States, when but four years of aaje, by her father, soon after 
the death of her mother, and was then adopted by Hon. Pelatiah Perit of Bloom- 
ingdale, N. Y. City. She was a graduate of Rutgers Institute, N. Y. Her ciiar- 
acter was recognized by all as one of uncommon ioveliness and excellence, com- 
bining energy with amiability, great self-sacrifice, and uHectiou. She died with iv 
clad trust in Christ. Under date of April 2, 1873, Mr. Dulles writes; *' I am happy 



602 D69ceiida/ni8 qf Rev. MirorC Window^ D.D. 1^ 

to say that the dix sons of my wife, Harriet-L. Winslow, are all members in full of 
the Presbyterian Church, and, to some degree, honoring their ancestry by thei^ 
Uye8.»' 

He married 2d, Philadelphia, 2 Feb. 1865, Nataline Baynard, of that city, b. 13 
Jan. 1829, Caroline Co., Md., dau. of Nathan and Eliza (Hardcastle) of Caroline 
Co. Philadelphia^ Pa. 

Their children: 

6882. 1. John- Welsh, b. 4 Aug. 1849, ^[ndras, India. 

6883. 2. Charles- WmsLOW, b. 29 Nov. 1850, Madras. 

6884. 8. Pkrit, b. 27 Feb. 1852, Ootacamund, India. 

6886. 4. Joseph-Hkatly, b. 27 May, 1853, Philadelphia, Pa. 

6886. 5. Allen-Maot, b. 19 Aug. 1854, *' 

6887. 6. WiKSLOw, b. 8 Apr. 1856, Philadelphia; died there, 2 Aug. 1856. 

6888. 7. William, b. 25 Oct. 1857, 

6889. 8. Auna-Stille, b. 26 Feb. 1800, *' 

6890. ELIZA-COIT, [6866] (Miron*, Nathanid\ NathonM^, John\ Kendm\ 
iTwi^m*) b. 4 Jan. 1881, Oodooville, Ceylon; was adopted by Christopher-R. Roberu, 
of New York City. She died 11 Aug. 1861, at Staten Island, N.Y. ; married in New 
York, Henry-Marty n LEAVITT, a merchant in that city. 

He res. New York City, and, 1878, Parity France. 

Children bom at Clifton, 8taten Island: 

6891. 1. JoBEPHiNE-A., b. 16 May, 1857. 

6892. 2. Mabt-C, b. 24 Oct. 1858. 
6898. 8. Margaret-R., b. 18 Dec. 1860. 

6894. CHARLES', or CARLOS\ M.D., [6868] {Miron\ Xathanit^, Nathamel\ 
John*, Kenelm^y K&nelmK) was born 5 June, 1889, Madras, India. In 1844, he and his 
younger brother, Miron', were sent to England, and placed under the care of Rev. 
J-B. Byers, at Pembroke, Wales, where they remained till 1848, when they were 
sent to America, and entered the boarding-school under the charge of Rev. Mr. D. 
Hemenway, at Snffield, Conn. Here they remained till 1856, when they entered Phillips 
Academy, Andover, Mass., graduating there in 1859. They then entered Yale Col- 
lege, but in accordance with the wish of their father, after the fall term, went to 
Williams College, Williamstown, Mass. Here they remained together until the 
breaking out of the war in 1861, when Miron enlisted in tlie army. Charles remained 
and graduated 6 August, 1868, when he received an honorary appointment, and de- 
livered an oration. During the same year he delivered the poem before the annual 
meeting of the Adelphi Union Society. He entered. 30 Sept. 1803. the Episcopal 
Theological Seminary, West Philadelphia; but on the 4th Jan. 1864, commenced the 
study of medicine at the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia. After the winter 
course of lectures was over, in the summei- of 1864, he was appointed an agent of 
the Sanitary Commission, and was sent to the front. Here he was present during 
most of the battles of Grant's first campaign, at Fredericksburg, White House, Port 
Royal, the Wilderness, and at Petei-sburgh, where lie gained cousiderable knowledge 
of dressing wounds, etc. After an absence of nearly tliree months, he returned in 



CharUi Window^ M.D. 



608 



time to attend the winter oonne of lectures at the Uniyenity. The early part of the 
nnuner of 1865 he apent as medical cadet, at Fort Schuyler, New York harbor, 
where there was a general hospitaL In Aogust of the same year he passed an 
cxamuiation before the professors of the Uniyersity of Pennsylvania, and wae 
idmitted to his degree, tliough, as the regular time of admittance had passed, his 
diploma was dated 8 July, 1866. The same month he also went to New 
York, and passed the examination for surgeon in the United States army, 
before the regular Army Medical Board, then sitting at New York, and received an 
appobtment from the President as Asst. Surgeon 62d U.S. Colored Troops, being 
commissioned 18 Ang. 180.>, Philadelphia, and mastered into service, 16 Oct. 1865, 
it Brownsville, Texas; was stationed at Laredo, Texas, as Post Surgeon of the hos- 
pital at that place, until 81 Mar. 1866. The regiment was mustered out of service 
37 April, 1866, at St Louis, MissourL For nearly a month afterwards he was retained 
on duty, as Post Surgeon at Jefferson Barracks, Mo. 

The following were officers at different times of the 62d U.S.C.T. : 
Col. T-H. Barrett, afterwards Brigadier Captain Charles Kantreuer. 

General. 
Lieut. Col. David Bransen, Philadelphia. 
*' Stanton Weaver, who, in 1870, 
was 3d Lieut., 20th Inf., U.S.A^ New 
Iberia, La. 



Major I-K. Hudson* 
** Corodon Allen. 
*' P-E. Lombar. 
'* H-R. Parsons, Locust Hill, Knox 

Co., Mo. 
*♦ P-E. Wilier. 
" E-L Woodward. 
** Wm-C. Durkee. 
" F-P-B. Coffin. 
" I-H. Looby. 
" Harrison Dubois. 
Chaplain Enos Munger. 
Surgeon Charles Winslow. 
Captain S-N. Stewart. 
*» I-N. Qott. 
*♦ D-G. Penno, 2d Lieut. 17th U.a 

Ldf entry. 
'' H-L. Dunlap. 



** Edward Ehrlieh. 
*' Jacob Pranzman. 
'* I-S. Statler. 
'^ I-A. ShotwelL 
Lieut. Adamson. 
*• Samuel McCann. 
*• A-M. Adamson. 
•* Wm-L Worden. 
'* J-H. Mead. 
*' Charles BonsalK 
*^ Martin Robinson. 
** R-B. Poster, who, in 1870, was 
at the head of Lincoln Institute, 
Jefferson City, Mo., an institute 
founded by this regiment for 
the education of the colored 
race, and which has proved a 
great success. 
2d Lieut. A. McMaken. 
Sergeant Major Jeffreys. 
Sergeant Brown. 
Sutler I-W. La Porce. 
*♦ I-P. Baker. 



This regiment fouglit the last battle of the war, at the mouth of the Rio Grande 
river, at Brazos Santiago, after the surrender of Lee, but before the news had reached 
Texas of the surrender. 

After leaving Missouri, Surgeon Winslow returned to Philadelphia, where he 
practiced medicine at 1702 Chestnut St., until September, 1866, when he returned 
once more to Laredo, Texas, practicing there until January, 1867, when he removed 
to Guerrero, Mexico, where he has since resided. He married there, 28 June, 1867, 



604 DeaoendarUs of NathanieP Window. K 

Ynes Treyino y Gonzales, bom 20 April, 1851, dan. of Domingo Trevino y Cantu and 
Bemarda Gonzales y Martines, of Gnerrero, Mexico, State of Tamaulipas. Hia wife la 
descended from Spanish and Mexican families, and belongs to the Gachnpin race, 
which dates back to the time of the conquest of the conntiy under Cortes. 

1871, Qumr&ro.SUxUof TamavUpoM^ Mexico; P.O. add. ObriK^ Twu. 

Children bom at Guerrero: 

6890. 1. Ankie-Spibrs WiNSLpw T Tbbtino, b. 10 Sept 1868. 

6896. %. Mabia Winslow y Treyiho, b. 29 Oct 1870; d. 80 Oct 1870, G., and 

was there interred. 

t 

6897. MmON^ [6869] {Uvrm^, MthanM^, NathcmuH^ John\ Kendm\ Kendm\) 
b. 28 Aug. 1840, Madras, E. India; was married at Trinity Chapel, New York, by 
Rev. C-E. Swope, D.D., 80 Dec. 1872, to Adelaide-Amelia Mariotte, bom 14 June, 
1841, K.Y., dau. of Frands-J. and Lydia-Ann (Parker) of New Yoric. She died 4 
July, 1874, New York. From the time when he was sent to England, in 1844, he 
was with his brother Charles^ [6894] at different institutions until the commencement 
of the war in 1861, when he enlisted in the 6th N.Y. Vols, '*Duryea'8 Zouaves. '• 
Lawyer and notary public. 1877, Kew York eity. 

6898. CLARISSA*, [6885] {Nathaniel^, Ifathaniel*, John\ Kendm^ Kenelm\) b. 
12 June, 1792, Williston, Vt. ; d. 20 Oct. 1871, Chicago, III., and was buried at 
Kewanee, HI. She was married by Judge Winslow, at Potsdam, St Lawrence Co., 
N. Y., 19 Nov. 1818, to James-Bradley SKINNEB, b. 16 Sept 1791, son of Ashbel 
and Rhoda (Bradley) of Jericho, HI.- He died 10 May, 1868, Kewanee, and was 
there buried. He was a deacon in the Congregational Church. Farmer. 

Res. Stockholm, N.Y., La Porte, Ind., Buda and Kewanee^ HL 

Children: 

6899. 1. SoK, died 21 April, 1820, Stockholm, the day of his birth. 

6900. 2. MiRON-WiNSLOW, b. 22 Aug. 1821, at S. ; died there, 2 May, 1825. 

6901. 8. Harbiet-Winslow, [6906] b. 21 Oct 1825, at S. ; married Thomaa-Davis 

Pitcli, M.D. 

6902. 4. Daughter, b. and d. 21 July, 1827, at 8. 

6908. 5. MmoN-WiKSLOW, b. 12 Dec 1828 ;.d. 8 May, 1829, at S. 

6904. 6. Eboca-Cbmira, b. 18 Apr. 1830, S. ; d. 8 May, 1853, Chicago. 

6905. 7. Dbztbr-Clart, b. 11 Feb. 1833, S. ; died unmarried, 8 Jan. 1861, Kewa- 

nee, IlL 

6906. HARRIET- WINSLOW, [6901] {Olaritwi^ (Window) Skinner, Nathani^, 
ydthanid', John*, Kenelm\ Kendm\) b. 21 Oct 1825, Stockholm, N.Y.; was mar- 
ried by Rev. Mr. Cunningham, La Porte, Ind., 6 April, 1852, to Prof. Thomas-Davis 
FTCGH, M.D., b. 14 July, 1829, Troy, Pa., son of Lewis-Haines and Polly-Maria 
(Root) of T. He graduated, February, 1854, at Rush Medical College, Chicago, 
IlL ; and, 1876, was Professor of Obstetrics in Cook County Hospital, and Professor 
of Diseases of Women and Children in Women's Medical College. 

Res. La Porte, Ind., Kewanee, Henry Co., III., and Chicago^ 111, 



^ Bradley^ Wetmorey Mimsan. 605 

Chfldren (adopted): 
W07. 1. Claka-Amca, b. 24 Mar. 1857. 
6908. 2. Ch ABi.BB Frkdbbick, b. 29 Jane, 1869. 

6909. LOVEY-ELVIRA*, [6886] (IfiahaiUel^, IMhanid", John\ Kenelm\K6ndm\) 
b. 9 Dec. 1796, WillUton, Vt. ; d. 2 Nov. 1868, Kewanee, lU;, at the residence of 
her daughter, Mrs. Atwater. She was married at Williston, 15 Jan. 1817, to Aera 
B&ABUEY, b. 4 July, 1795, at W., son of Joseph and Naomi (Taylor) of W. Far- 
mer. He died 80 Mar. 1846, Stockholm (now Norfolk) N.Y. Stockholm, JVl T. 

Their children were: 

6910. 1. Harkibt-Lathrop, b. 24 Feb. 1819, Stockholm; d. 28 Aug. 1822, 8. 

6911. 2. Harriet-Mabia, [6917] b. 22 Mar. 1820; d. 18 Mar. 1862; m.^ Henry. 

Atwater Wetmore. 

6912. 8. HuBBARD-GoRDON, [6925] b. 80 Oct. 1822; m. Orpha-Minerva Shaw. 
6918. 4. Charles-Miron, [6982J b. 4 Mar. 1825; d. Oct. 1867; m. Anna Crosby 

6914. 5. CEYLON-WnrsLow, b. 16 Dec 1828, Stockholm; d. 22 Feb. 1849, 8. 

6915. 6. l^ATHANiBL-FrrzLAKD, b. 27 Mar. 1881, Stockholvi; d. 16 Sept. 1882, 8. 

6916. 7. Anna-Naohi, [6934] b. 16 Sept. 1882; m. Frederic-Augustus Atwater. 

6917. HARKIET-MAKIA', [6911] (I/nfey-BMra* i Window) Bradley, Naihanid\ 
Nathaniel*, John*, Kendm\ Kendm\) b. 22 Mar. 1820, Stockholm, N.Y. ; d. 18 
Mar. 1862, Norfolk, N.Y. She married at N.. 11 Dec. 1845, Henry-Atwater WBT- 
XORB, b. 8 Felt. 1816, Burlington, Vt., son of ttussell and Merab (Atwater) of N. 

197Z, Norfolk, N.Y. 
Their children, bom at Norfolk, were: 

6918. 1. Harribt-Almira, [6922] b. 4 May, 1848; m. 2 Not. 1865, George Xun- 



6919. 2. Frbderic-Hubbard, b. 26 Mar. 1851. 

6920. 8. EvA-LoDiSA, b. 2 July, 1852. 

6921. 4. GLABA-ANiir, b. 18 Aug. 1855. 

6922. HARBIET-ALMIHA*, [6918] {Barriat-Maria^ {Bradley^ Wetmore, Lo9&y^ 
Ehira* (Window) Bradley, Nathanid^^ Nathanid\ John*, Kendm\ Kendm\) b. 4 May, 
1848, Norfolk, N.Y. ; married there, 2 Nov. 1865, George MTJNSON, b. 7 Sept! 
1842, Madrid, N. Y., son of Orson and Minerva (Shaw) of M. In May, 1869, they re- 
moved from Madrid to Grinnell, Iowa. 1878, Orinndl, Iowa, 

Their children were : 
692.3. 1. Henrt-Orsoh, b. 14 Aug. 1867, Madrid. 
6924. 2. Georgb-Fredbric, b. 27 July, 1871, GrinnelL 

6925. HUBBARD-GORDON^, [6912] (Lowfy-Ehira* iWindow) Bradley, Nathan- 
id*, Nathanid^, John*, K&ndm*, Kendm\) b. 80 Oct 1822, Stockholm, N.Y. ; was 
named by Rev. Hubbard* Winslow. He married at Madrid, N.Y., 80 Dec. 1847, 
Orpha-Minerva Shaw, b. 16 May, 1826, at M., daughter of Col. Enos and Ruth-Diana 
(Raymond) of M. Norfdh, Ni T. 



006 Descendants of Mev. Miron* WinsloWj D.D. K 

ChildreD bom at Norfolk : 

6926. 1. Oborgk-Cbtlon*, b. 19 Apr. 1850; d. 18 Aug. 1873, MineTille, Snez Oo., 

N.Y. The following appeared in the local paper, Aug. 19, 1878: 

** Mr. Bradley was a youDg man of fine promise, genial disposition, 
good business habits, and beloved by a large circle of mourning friends. 
As a kind son, and an affectionate brother, his parents, brothers and 
sisters will deeply feel his loss; but they have the warm sympathy of all 
who know them. He was in the employ of the Messrs. Witherby, as 
telegraph operator at their mines, whose respect and confidence he had 
won in a high degree. He was brought home on Thursday, accom- 
panied by his sorrowing mother, and the young friends who have won 
the eyerlasting gratitude of his parents by their kind attention during 
his sickness, and his funeral was attended at the Cong. Church by one of 
the largest congregations ever convened on such an occasion in Norfolk.*' 

6927. 2. Ellek-Frahcbs*, b. 6 Aug. loo2; m. Norfolk, N.Y., by Rev. George-B. 

Rowley, 1 Oct. 1878, to Isaac- Newton Monck, b. 6 Feb. 1851, Cardinal, 
Ontario, Can., s. of Henry and Margaret of Morrisburg, Ont. s.p. 
1888, station agent, and res. Pueblo^ Ool, 

6928. 8. Ekos-Abra*, b. 2 May, 1856; m. Norfolk, by Rev. O.-O. Barnes, 1 Oct 

1884, to Addie-Minetva Calkins, b. 1857, Peru, N.Y., dau. of Allen-D. 
and Ann-Eliza. She d. Norfolk, 9 July, 1885. lie m. 2d, by Rev. J.- 
N.-T. Goss, 9 Feb. 1888, Ida-Virginia Carpenter, b. 16 Jan. 1864, Wa- 
terloo, Wis., dau. of George-D. and Adelaide-M. q1N« Merchant and 
civil engineer. Res. NcrfoQ^ N, T. 

6929. 4. Gbkmib-Louibb*, b. 18 Mar. 1858. 

6980. 5. Obpha-Mat«, b. 2 May, 1864; d. 10 Feb. 1866, Norfolk. 

6981. 6. Olevbland-Hubbabd*, b. 24 Dec. 1866. 

6982. CBARLESMIRON', [6918] iLovey- Elvira* ( Window) Bradley, Nathaniel^, 
Ifathanisl\ John*, Kenelm*, Kendm\) b. 4 Mar. 1825, Williston, Vt.; d. Oct. 1867, 
Madrid, N.Y.; m. at M., 6 Nov. 1860, Anna Crosby of M. 

Their child : 
6988. Elmbr-Bllbworth*, b. 12 Feb. 1864, Madrid. 

6984. ANNA-NAOMT, [6916] (Lotoy-Bhira* ( Window) Bradley, Nathaniel^, Na- 
thaniel*, John*, KeuelT(i\ Kendm\) b. 16 Sept. 1882, Stockholm, N.Y.; m. at Nor- 
folk, N. Y., 24 June, 1857, Frederic-Augustus ATWATBR of Burlington, Vt, s. of 
Dr. Hiram and Delia (Wetmore)of B, Removed to Kewanee, 111., 1857; to St Paul, 
Minn., Oct 1869, and res. 1878, Delano, Minn. 18S8, Los Angele9, Gal. 

Their children were: 
0985. 1. Stblla-Kbenib*, b. Apr. 1858, Eewanee, 111.; m. 1876, James Kings- 

bury of Sidney, Australia. They have four children. 
6986. 2. Frances-Maria*, b. 13 Dec. 1860, Kewanee, 111. 
0937. 8. Edward-Paul*, b. 24 June, 1866, K. 
6938. 4. Hubbard-Bradlrt*, b. at St Paul, Minn. 




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REV. HUB3ARD WI.NSLOW, D.D. 



K £ev. SubharcT WinsloWy D.D. 607 



6989. HUBDAUD* WINSLOW, [6887] {NathanUl*, Nathanid^ John\ Kendm^ 
KeMim\) was bom 80 October, 1799, at Williston; Vermont, and died there 16 
Aagust, 18C4. 

In his Autobiography he says: '*My father aud grandfather were named Nathan- 
iel; and more gnilelessand upright men never lived. My father went to Vermont soon 
after the close of the Revolutionary war, and settled in Williston. His mother was 
a Fitch, daughter of a clergymun. There were three brothers of them, all clergymen, 
settled in Conuecticut. Prof. Fitch of Yale College descended from this family. . . . 
It was on the 80th Oct., 1799, as I am told, that the writer opened his eyes upon this 
strange ivorld. . . . About the earliest thing I remember is being one day alone in 
the room with m j motheri as she was singing the hymn, 

*A1m1 and did mj Savloar bleed.* 

I asked her why she cried, as my sympathy was excited. She said she was thinking 
of the Saviour who for her died upon the cross. She then taught me that beautiful 
hymn — it -was long before I could read— and I repeated it daily for years. It has 
always had. a powerful influence upon my heart-^aud I have repeated it to perhaps 
thousands of anxious inquirers, in private conversation, with great effect, especially 
the last verse : 

*But flowing tears oan ne*er repaj 

The debt of love I owe, 

Here, Lord, I give myself awaj, 

Tia aU that I con do.'** 

Remarking upon his childhood, between the age of five and seven years, the 
books read, tlie good minister's words while he sat upon his knee, Hubbard says: 
*' So strong were their enrly impressions, and so faithful were the admonitions and 
instrtictions of my parents, that I never ceased to regard the salvation of the soul 
as t\ie paramount object of life." During his youth he passed a portion of each 
yeav at school, and the remainder in assisting his father in the labors of the 
farm and shop. He tells us: **Most of the evenings or portions of time not spent 
in work I devoted to study and reading, and before I was twelve years old 
had thus read most of the valuable books in the town library, particularly the 
histories. " 

At the age of seventeen be taught school, in the vicinity of Williston, after 
which, at the suggestion of his brother Miron, of Andover Theological Seminary, 
be prepared for Phillips Academy, entering there in the year 1819, with a view to 
enter Tale College in 1821. The Rev. Dr. Blanchard of Lowell, Mass., was a 
fellow student of Mr. Winslow at the Academy, and from his reminiscences of Dr. 
Winslow we select the following paragraphs: 



608 Eev. Hvhbard^ WinsloWy D.D. 



'* His frame, slender in nppearancc, was sinewy and agile. His health far from 
robust, exacted of him careful attention to diet and regimen ; yet few could surpass 
him in athletic sports, or in walking, running, or in other feats of physical activity. 
All his movements indicated a nervous temperament, spontaneously active and 
incapable of indolent repose. The only rest which he seemed to require, or to be 
capable of was change of occupation. • . • His ease and rapidity of mental movement 
were always such as few have by nature, or attain to by education. His mind was 
subtle and ^cute in its perceptions, and seemed intuitively to master every subject of 
study. ... He unconsciously analyzed everything submitted to him; and could not 
forbear forming a distinct judgment on its excellencies and defects, its truth oi 
falsehood. Truth to him was vital. What he believed he believed and lived upon. 
He could not help communicating to others the light which, as he thought, shone 
upon his own path. . . . His genius for speculative thought and his insight into 
philosophical problems even then attracted notice. I well remember off-hand disqui- 
sitions of his on questions of psychology and metaphysics which revealed the same 
kinds of acuteness and vigor, tlie same combination of the analytic and critical witli 
the synthetic and constructive forms, which appear in the philosophical and theologi- 
cal writings of his later years. • . . The purpose of being religiously useful to others 
was never out of his mind. Enthusiastic in study as in everything, never delinquent 
in his lessons, he yet spent much time every day in secret devotion,* and made the 
Bible his habitual study. 

** His piety was of an eminently cheerful and hopeful type. . • • Few who were 
accustomed to listen to his prayers, or to hear him speak in social meetings, will ever 
forget the peculiarly penetrating and melting effect of his words. • . . Letters of his, 
as sportive as Cowper's, revealed an undertone of deep and abiding love to Christ, 
and an insatiable desire that all should know and love Him. His was the ' passion 
for saving souls.' He laid a spell upon those whom he addressed on their religious 
concerns. It held them to him with magic potency. As in all persons of marked 
and signal influence on others, there was in him on these occasions much more than 
could be found in his utterances. Power was felt which could not be analyzed. Im- 
pressions were made of which no explanation could be given. 

** When in later years assemblies were melted to tears by a few of his earnest 
words, at a time of no special religious interest, it was but a repetition of what often 
occurred when the academy student conducted a social religious meeting. ... As 
a result of these elements of character it is safe to say that before his graduation 
he had been the instrument of a greater number of hopeful conversions than would 
'l>e requisite to signalize a long ministry as one of very gratifying if not of eminent 
success." 

During Dr. Winslow^s academic and collegiate days, as well as previously, Ood*8 
blessing visited the schools where he taught Hinesburg, Enosburgli, near Williston, 
Vt., Bererlji Ma88.| and Norwich, Oonu., were places where scores of people under 



jR&9. RfMard' Winslow. D.D. 609 



^teMching eml>rAceGi the religion of Jesus. The position of salntatorian was 
aiogned Winalow at graduation. He entered Middlebury College (Vt) in 1821, and 
finished Ms freslnxiaxi year with distinction. Entering Yale College as a sopho- 
more be graduatecl in 1825, delivering the philosophical oration at commence- 
ment. The Greek* I^atin, and English composition prizes were awarded him 
danng the course^ also one for excellence in oratory. The prize of one hundred 
doUan for general deportment and scholarship was divided between him and Amos 
PcttingiU. 

I>nring the -winter term of senior year he was President of the Brothers in Unity, 

and conducted at times the Yale choir. Throughout life he exhibited a speciul 

tilent for sacrecl music, often acting in the double capacity of chorister and 

ptreacher. Aa a boy he played upon the fife before a company of militia in his 

native town, so in after life be soothed his tired brain with the sweet strains 

of the violin and flute, which he was often seen to take up between his hard mental 

efforts. 

Mter a year of study at Andover Theological Seminary, he entered the Yale 
Theological School. At the former place he enjoyed the instruction of Moses Stuart — 
at the latter of Dr. Taylor. During his theological course be occupied some of his 
time in teaching and imparting biblical and religious instruction, and accomplished 
much for the advancement of the Saviour's kingdom. Eminent men speak of the 
impressions made on them in their youth by Mr. Winslow during his professional 
course at New Haven. A bishop and a distinguished New York rector, among many 
others, have said that their minds were fii-st and permanently influenced on religious 
matters by him or his addresses. 

We will cull a paragraph from Rev. Dr. Ray Palmer's "Recollections of Dr. 
Hubbard Winslow," in Hours at Horns (now incorporated in ScribnerU Monthly): "It 
was indeed impossible to be near him and not feel the attraction of his genial dispo- 
sition, and of his frank and cordial manners. ... In company with others, there 
was a cheerful Tivacity and glow, and an easy freedom in conversation, which, 
together with bis warm social nature, made him one of the most agreeable of compan- 
ions. He was quick in his perceptions, earnest in his pursuit of truth, fond of discus- 
sing metaphysical and theological questions, and enthusiastic regarding the work of 
the ministry to which he was looking forward.'* 

Mr. Winslow while yet in the Seminary often preached in the vicinity of New 
Haven. He indeed collected, chiefly by appeals from different pulpits, several 
thousand dollars toward a professorship in Yale, and at the time of his graduation 
he was supplying at Litchfield the place just vacated by Dr. Lyman Beecher. He 
^radoated in 1828, and very soon received calls from several churches. He accepted 
one from Dover, N.H., where he was ordained Dec. 4, 1828. 

He married at Boston, Mass., 21 May, 1820, Susan- Ward Cutler, b. 27 March, 
1808, dan. of Joseph and Phcije (Ward) of Boston. Her mother was the daughter 



GIO I2ev. livhlard^ Window^ D.D. K 



of the then late Kev. Dr. Epbraim Ward, settled for about fifty years at West Brook- 
field, Mass. 

Speaking of his labora at Dover, Wiiislow writes in his Aubtobiography: ''I 
preached every Wednesday evening, lectured on Sunday evening, and followed tlo 
lecture with a meeting of inquiry ; and we had a regular prayer meeting cm Fri- 
day evening." 

Rev. Dr. Baron Stowe (Baptist), then at Portsmouth, late of Boston, in tlie Fam- 
ily Treasure, says: ** Of no other preacher in all that region did I hear so much that 
had a stirring effect upon my own mind, and made me anxious to know the secret of 
a power that was so generally confessed. . . . The impressions of that hour haye 
never faded from my mind and heart, and the name of Hubbard Winslow hfis ever 
since been associated with that faithful, glowing exhortation." 

Mr. Winslow's first volume, ** Doctrine of the Trinity," appeared in 1881. It was 
subsequently issued at Boston. It excited attention everywhere and ranked him at 
once as a thinker and theologian. 

Within twelve months after his settlement at Dover his salary was doubled, a 
new church edifice built, and during his pastorate there one hundred and seventy* 
four joined the church by profession. 

He resigned his cl^arge at Dover, November 30, 1881, about three years aftei 
his ordination; and on the 26th of September, 1832, he was installed over the Bow- 
doin Street Church, Boston, his health being almost entirely re-established. Dr. 
Beecher had resigned the charge to go to Cincinnati, where he was to preside over 
tlie Lane Theological Seminary, and on being asked what his people were to do, 
replied, "There's Hubbard Winslow, get him." 

His ministry, of twelve years, over this parish, cannot be given in detail or 
fullness. A brother clergyman speaking of them said : " The records of the Massachu- 
setts Association show conclusively that the number of hopeful conversions under 
the pastorate of Dr. Winslow, during the same length of time in that State, have 
never been surpassed." 

Dr. Palmer remarks of his labors: "The Bowdoin Street Church, at that time, 
was a model church, at least as nearly so as any church I have ever known; com- 
prised to an unusual extent of the best class of heare««, intellectually and spirit- 
ually, with an admirable choir under Dr. Lowell Mason, and a rare esprit de 
oorpiy the congregation was not surpassed by any in the city in general pros- 
perity." 

Mr. Winslow labored for and among young men to a large extent; delivered ser- 
mons and addresses to them; and published (1838) a volume of advice and counsel. 
While pastor at Bowdoin Street he performed a variety of labors, such as editing 
and press writing; acting as committeeman, trustee, and examiner, in and for 
colleges and schools. He interested himself largely in the public charities, waa a 
chaplain for the Legislature, and various societies; and lectured quite extensively on 



Bev, Iluhbard' MlrUow, D.D. 611 



«cleiiti&c and moral subjects within a circuit of fifty miles of Boston. During his 

pastorate "he rkever neglected a single duty in his sacred office. Said a Baptist pastor 

ot Boston: ** I think I never saw the pastor whose heart appeared to be more intently 

set upon an object than was his upon the conversion of liis people in Bowdoin Street 

Chwih." 

He -was liberal and catholic. Bev. J.-S. Stone, D.D., LL.D., then rector 
o( St. PauVs, now Dean of the Episcopal Divinity School of Harvard, writes : '*! 
tlunk he "was uncommonly free from narrow prejudices, and could embrace 
with heartfelt sympathy aud meet with hearty co-operations all of whatever name 
who loTed the Lord Jesus Christ in sincerity and walked honestly in the truths of 
the Gospel." 

Wm.-A. Brewer, Esq., thus touches on the pastorate in Boston, in the Boston 
Rtccrder: *' That Mr. Winslow was a popular preucher was attested by the crowded 
state of his large church edifice on all occasions. That his popularity was owing to 
any ^sensation character' in his discourses was not true. He combined in most 
admirable proportions the didactic with the hortatory, the suavittr in nwdo et fortiter 
in re, the whole being baptized with a solemnity and earnestness that convinced his 
auditors that he was an embassador for Christ, standing between the living and the 
dead, to win souls to his Master. '* 

Dr. Winslow visited Europe in 1840, partly to recover his health. In 1844 he 
resigned his pastorate over Bowdoin Street Church; and from that time until, 1853, 
Ike conducted the Mt. Vernon Institute, laboring as a temporary pastor over various 
churches in and near Boston ; also, preforming literary and educational duties. In 
1S50, while recruiting his health at his farm in Lancaster, Mass., he wrote his 
* ^Intellectual Philosophy." In 1853, he passed eight months in Europe, partly for 
the cause of education. In 1856, his ** Moral Philosophy ". appeared. In 1857, 
altliough in doubtful health, he accepted the charge of the First Presbyterian 
Church Geneva, N.Y. While there one hundred and forty joined the church, 
by profession. At Ovid, Phelps, and other neighboring places, where he labored 
and preached, many people united with the churches. His literary and other labors 
of the pen were constant. He was partly instrumental in establishing the *■ ' Geneva 
Club." 

The Rev. Dr. Cannon, resident at Geneva, an oflScer of the A. B.C. P.M., remarks. 
of Dr. Winslow: **Por a short time, about two years, he was p.xstor of our First. 
Presbyterian Church, in Geneva — one of the largest country churches of the denom-t 
ioation — and his ministry was eminently successful. He entered upon his work witli' 
a warm and earnest heart. ... He was abundant in labor, both as preacher and 
pastor, mingling with the people at their homes and in their social gatherings, enter- 
ing into their joys and sorrows; tlieir hopes and trials, and seeking to do them good.v 
By his warm and genial spirit he wM5n the hearts of the young, and made them. t<iti\ 
that he Wfi« their true friend. By his sage counsels of Christian experience be secured 



612 Bev. Huhhard* Winslow, D.D. 



the confidence of the aged and mature. By his stores of information and science he 
attracted the learned ; and upon all he left the impression that he was a holy man 
of God, seeking their highest good." 

He removed to New York in 1859, but continued to preacli and write. He took 
charge of the Fiftieth Street Presbyterian Church, for a time. The Rev. Dr. Rogers, 
then President of the Ministers' Association of New York, writes: *'No member of 
the Association was held in higher esteem than Dr. Winslow. His eminently fra- 
ternal spirit; his vivacity of thought, expression, and manner; liis uniform courtesy; 
his discriminating philosophic mind, and his large and liberal culture, made him a 
most valuable member. His contributions to our discussions were always of a high 
orde*-.** 

Dr. Winslow's great labors at length produced nervous prostration, and he went 
to Williston, Vermont, hoping to recover, but the Master called, and, after a few 
days of confinement to his bed, he died, 13 August, 1804. "Within sight of his native 
mouijtains, in the old house of his childhood, he quietly breathed out this life of 
mort:>lity. The Rev. A.-D. Barber has vividly portrayed the closing scenes, which 
were rich in faith, wise and fervent in counsel, calm and yet joyful, in the hope of 
soon being in the presence of God. 

After touching upon his intellect and attainments, the Rev. Dr. Ver- 
milye, of the (Dutch) Reformed Church in New York, says; **But his 
humble piety was the crowning beauty of his character and life. His close, 
as I read the incidents, impressed me deeply. It was Christian, beautiful, even sub- 
lime! ^Mark the perfect man and behold the upright; for the end of that mania 
peace.' " 

In bringing this sketch to a close, we are at a loss to adequately sum up and por- 
tray, in a paragraph or two, the character of Hubbard Winslow. He had a mind of 
great versatility; his attainments, his labors and acomplishcd works were indicative 
of tho same characteristic. Remarks the Boston Couriei': * * The mind of Dr. Winslow 
was vigorous, clear, comprehensive. His powers of argument, analytical reasoning, 
philosophical acumen were remarkable. Harmonious balance of the intellectual fac- 
ulties and conservative possession appear in all his writings. His mind was quick ; 
.... he accomplished his work while another would have been thinking upon the 
subject. 

**He added ripe scholarship to all his natural gifts. He epoke seveml lan- 
grunges; was thoroughly versed in science; in philosophy and theology he had few 
equals. He was an eloquent speaker, a persuasive preacher. . . . His reasoning was 
so simple that a child could understand it, and his style so pure and complete that 
seldom could it have been changed for the better. . . . Little children were inter- 
ested in him as well as mature manhood. ... In his religious life Dr. Winslow was 
marked by those gentle, noble, patient traits which belong to a true type of Chris- 
tianity. ... He carried cheerfulness wherever he went. Genial humor, pointed 



Hev. HubbarcT Windmo, D.D. 613 



sajiBgs fuU of significance and good will, apt datcnption, a natural manner, were 

•ppurent in his daily walk^aad JMfeBVooar&e. He had very few enemies, and if any, 

Am§ wave «if ^Aten-vwn making. He was firm and decided in his opinions, and those 

wbo differed iwitli him respected him. Seldom have we recorded the life of a public 

nan so cui^^^e as was that of Dr. Winslow. He was full of motion, and ever engaged 

in some kind of labor. . . . The sixty-four years of his life were uncommon ones, 

and the works of his hands remain as a testimony of the man and of a life nobly 

employed.*' 

It only remains to oMkea list of Dr. Wiaalow^s works, as but littl j space has been 
^ivBB thcna m t hcii w og q i ng sketch. His volumes comprise these : 

** Doctrine of the Trinity." 1831. 

*' Controversial Theology. " 1 832. 

'* Philosophical Tracts " (collected). 183:]. 

** Cliristianity Applied to our Civil and Social Helations." 1836. 

** Young Man's Aid." 1836. 

"Aids to Self-Examination." 1837. 

''Mental Cultivation." 1839. 

** Lectures to Sunday-School Teachers." 1839. 

*' Appropriate Sphere of Woman." 1837. 

** Woman, as She Should Be." 1837. 

** Relation of Natural Sciences to Revelation." 1839. 

" Design and Mode of Baptism." 1842. 

•*airistian Doctrines." 1844. 

"Intellectual Philosophy." 1852. 

** Moral Philosophy." 1856. 

" Hidden Life " (last work). 1863. 

His little work ** Are You a Christian," has been published in Boston, New York, 
Cincinnati, Loudon, Edinburgh, and, we believe, translated for the Cotitinent. Over 
two hundred and fifty thousand copies have been circulated in the English language 
ulone. 

"Tlie Young Man's Aid," published in Boston and London, has also liad a 
very large circulation,, the sale in the United States alone being over one hundred 
thousand. 

"Intellectual Philosophy" has passed through ten, and ** Moral Philosophy" 
tbrongh five editions; they are the main pillar of Dr. Winalow'a tepututiou aa ». 
thinker and writer. 



614 Bei), Iluhhardr Winslow, D.D. 



DR. WINSLOW'8 MINOR WORKS. 

** Address Before the Boston Society of Natural History." 1887. 

** Fourth July Oration, before City Authorities, etc., of Hoston.'' 1888. 

*» Authority of Civil Law. " 1838-9. 

** Address Before Educational Societies." 

** Sermon Before Ancient and Honorable Artillery." 1858. 

*» Eulogy on Webster." 1 853. 

" Boston School Committee Reports." 1850-3. 

** History of Presbyterian Church, Geneva, N.Y." 1857. 

** Manner of Keeping the Sabbath." 1858. 

* * Eulogy on E. -A. Andrews, LL. D. " : 858. 

And several Fast and Thanksgiving sermons, speeches in pamphlet form, etc. 

Dr. Winslow wrote introductions to several works» such as ** Church l^fember's 
Guide," "Life Scenes from Mission Fields," and fui-nished biographical sketches, 
and portions of them, for such works as the biographies of Isaac McLellan, of James 
llaughton, etc. 

He wrote articles, among others, for the North American Itetiew^ Presbyterian 
Iteview, Christian Reciew, the Medical Journaly and Educational Journal, lie edited 
the Sdigious Magazine with Jacob Abbott and Dr. Adams. Among the news- 
paper press to be included are the Traveller (Boston); and the Observer, Evange- 
liit, Century, Intelligencery Hound Table, of Kew York. During the last year or two 
of his life he wrote quite extensively for the New York OUeiter. 

His Addresses, very numerous, before school committees and boards, clubs, 
Sunday-schools; at dedications of churches, cemeteries, halls; at ordinations, instal- 
lations, town celebrations, and festivals, are found in pamphlet form, collected 
memorials, newspapers, etCi, from 1833 to 1864, particularly between 1836-1844, and 
1850-60. 

His children, all born at Boston, Mass., were: 

6940. 1. Anna, [6944] b. 24 Dec. 1832; died 28 Nov. 1869; married Edward 

Warren. 

6941. 2. Edward-IIubbard, [6948J b. 20 Dec. 1835; married Sept. 1859, Helen 

Ayre. 

6942. 3. WiixiAM-CoPLKY, [6952] b. 13 Jan. 1840; married Harriet-Stillmau 

Hay ward. 
6948. 4. Kknblm, [6956] born 15 June, 1843; died 24 October, 1867, Paris, 
France. 




W^^.'U/cL^^ 



REV. W. C. WINSLOW, D.D., LL.D. 



^ Descejidanis of Rev. IIub/barcT WinsloWy D.D. 615 

6944. ANNV, [6940] (Hubbard\ Nathaniel*, Nathanid\ John\ Kenelm\ Ks- 
ndm\) b. 24 Dec. 1832, Boston, Mass. ; d. 28 Nov. 1869, Grantville, Mass. ; married 
ftt BoetoQ, 13 .Ian. 1858, Edward WABBEK, b. in 1812, Palmyra, Me., son of 
Joseph, of P., and Abby (Whittier), a disUnt relative of the poet He died 80 May, 
1868, Qrantville. 

Children born in Brooklyn, N. Y. : 

6945. 1. Edwabd, b. 23 Jan. 1854; d. 24 Oct. 1858, Brooklyn, N.T. 

6946. 2. Fannt, b. 4 Feb. 1856. Res. 1878, OrantvUU, Mass. 

6947. 8. Ednah, b. 18 April, 1862— on Good Friday. 

6948. DR. EDWARD-HUBBARD', [6941] (Hubbard\ Nathaniel^ Nathaniel*, 
Johnny Kenelm^j Kenelrn},) b. 26 Dec. 1835, Boston, ^lass; was educated partly at the 
public schools, and for a time engaged in mercantile pursuits. Subsequently, he 
studied medicine at the Harvard School, and, later, at the New York University 
School, where he graduated with high honor in 1858. He practiced in New York 
till 1862, when he accepted the post-surgeonship of Fernandina, Florida, remaining 
there till Aug. 1864, when he returned to New York. Formerly he engaged a little 
in literary .work, but has been mainly devoted to his profession, in which he has 
attained much distinction. 

He married at Montville, Maine, 1 Sept. 1859, Helen Ayer, of M., b. 80 Nov. 
1836, at M., daughter of Tiiomas- Jefferson and Sarah -Elizabeth (Picard) of M. 

1874, Standard, Conn, 

Their children: 
r.949. 1. Edward- Alexander, b. 13 Oct. 1860, New York City. 

6950. 2. Hblbn-Louisb, b. 16 Oct. 1866, Staten Island. 

6951. 3. Reginald-Kbnelm, b.*23 June, 1868, Bridgeport, Ct. ; died in 1876. 

6952. REV. WILL1AM-C0PLEY% [6942] (Hubbard*, Nathaniel*, Nathaniel*, 
John*, Kenelni*, Kenelm},) was bom 13 Jan. 1840, at No. 3 Mt. Vernon Place, Boston. 
He received his early education at the public and Latin schools. Removed with 
his parents to Geneva, N.Y., in 1857, and entered Hamilton College, Clinton, N.Y., 
in the fall of 1858. His favorite studies were classics and philosophy, and he ex- 
celled in English composition. Passing the junior year at Vermont University, 
Burlington, he was instrumental in awakening interest in the University Quar- 
terly, published at New Haven, Conn., and became an editor of it. The number 
for July, 1861. contains a full and careful article by him upon the admirable library 
«»f the University. Re-entering Hamilton College, 1861, he graduated in 1862. 
While in this college he edited the University Quarterly; also the JIamiltonian; 
was one of the committee of three appointed to prepare the college catalogue for 
tne press, containing an account of the societies, and other interesting material. 
While a collegian he wrote letters and articles for the Clinton Courier, Utica Morning 
Herald, Moore's Rural New Yorker, The Boston Recorder, N T. Evangelist, etc. 

For six raonths'after graduation, Mr. Winslow, while undecided as to a profes- 
sion, lived in New York, during which period he was three months an assistant- 
editor of the World, and also a contributor to the Amerie(in Presbyterian^ The 
Ghriitian InUHligencer, Boston Recorder, etc. 



616 Bi^. WlUlavi-Coj)ley' Wlmlotr^ D.D. K 

Early iu 1863, Mr. Winslow entered the General Theo. Bemiiiaryof the Episcopal 
Church, New York City, graduating in July, 1865, and receiving ordination the 
same month, from Bishop Potter, at the Wainwright Memorial Church. He offici- 
ated temporarily at this church, delivering a commemorative sermon on the death 
of the rector, Rev. E.-R.-T. Cook, which was published in the papers; also a Thanks- 
giving sermon, published in part in the daily press. He also officiated on Staten 
Island for two months ; but having previously planned a trip to Europe, declined 
settlements as rector. 

During his seminary course, he passed a few weeks iu the West Indies for the 
benefit of his health ; and for about six months he was an associate editor, witli Rev. 
S.-H. Tyng, of the Christian Timet, afterward the PraUatant Churchman. 

In Jan. 1866, he sailed for Europe, traveling several months.— most of the time 
in Italy. He devoted two months to Rome, chiefly to the inspection of its arts and 
ruins. In 1867, Mr. W. became rector of St. George's church, Lee, Mass. In Octo- 
ber, 1870, he resigned the rectorship and removed to Boston. Beside bis ministerial 
duties at Lee, he wrote articles for Appletoh's CydopedUi^ AUibone's Diet, of AutharSy 
and letters to the Lee Chronicle and PU^field Eagle from the Adirondack woods. 
These sylvan notes were largely quoted and commented upon. His lectures, and 
courses of lectures, in Lee and various places, were upon the *' Woods," Europe, 
Church History, religious topics, etc. He also gave orations (one of them was 
published in 1870) on ** Memorial Day"; addresses before the G.A.R. ; at Masonic 
celebrations, and on other like occasions. He was secretary, and, subsequently, chair- 
man of the school committee, visiting and supervising 18 schools, of which one was a 
High School. The parish at Lee offered resolutions, published in the church papers, 
one of which was •*That the Rev. Mr. Winslow had the thanks of the parish for the 
general able and faithful manner in which he has discharged his duties as'rector, 
and, especially, for his faithfulness and ability in upholding and defending the truths 
and doctrines of religion; for his untiring labors in church improvements, and in the 
liquidation of indebtednesses." During his pastorate the parish more than doubled 
its membership. 

From November, 1870, to the present date, Mr. Winslow has resided in Boston. 
He has taken temporary charge of churches at Taunton, Dedham, Marblehead, Med- 
ford, Weymouth, Cambridge, etc. Partly owing to indifferent health, he has de- 
clined permanent settlements, although performing full duties on Sunday. 

He has written letters from Florida to the Boston Journal (spring of 1872), from 
the Green and White Mountains, the Adirondacks, and elsewhere, to the Boston Tran- 
script, beside furnishing an occasional article to a secular or religious sheet. In 
1872-3, he prepared and gave, iu various cities and towu^ of Massachusetts, a lecture 
on ** Forest Life and Scenes." Mr. Winslow frequently lectures in courses upon 
topics of religion and the world. At the Episcopal Convention for the Election of 
a Bishop, in Boston, December, 1872, his name appeared in the list of candidates 
receiving votes. His religious as well as political views are progressively conserva- 
tive rather than extreme aDd radical. 

From the Chutcli Prens of July 2, 1887, we extract the following: The university 
of Kings College at Windsor, in Nova Scotia, has just conferred the honorary degree 
of Doctor of Civil Law (D.C.L.) U()on President Barnard of Columbia College, and 



^ JDescendants of Rev, HubharcC WinshWj B.D. 617 

theBeT. W.-C. Winslow, LL.D., of Boston. Addresses were prepared by both gen- 
tlemen for the Cncaeuia, or commencement, the Rev. Dr. Winslow reading Dr. 
Bamicd'ft Tery interesting reminisceiices of Columbia College when it was King's 
College, prior to the Revolution. 

Dr. Winslow has also received the following honorary degrees: Ph.D. from 
Hamilton College; D.D. from Amherst Coll.; S.T.D., Griswold CoV., Iowa; LL.D., 
Uftiversity of St. Andrews, Senior Coll. of Scotland, and L.H.D. at the Centennary 
of Columbia Coll., N.Y. He is an honorary member of the Royal Archnological 
Soc. of Great Britain, honorary correspondent of the Victoria Inst, and PhiL Society, 
American Yice-Pres. of the Egyptian Exploration Fund, and Secretary of the Free 
Church Association ; is on the Exec. Com. of the American Institute of Civics, Life 
Member of Amer. Hist. Soc., and L.M. or member of others, foreign and American. 
On page 622 is mentioned the door knocker on the door of Rev. Gk>rdon 
Winslow, D.D., at Staten Island. It was doubtless at a very early date doing duty 
at the old Winslow house, bat as to its exact origin and date authorities differ.* 

He married in Trinity Church, Boston, 20 June, 1867, Harriet-Stillman Hayward, 
b. 18 Dec. 1835, Hayward Place, Boston, dau. of Joseph-Henshaw and Mary (Daven- 
port) of B., and niece of the celebrated surgeon Dr. George Hayward. 

Boston, Mat$, 
Their children: 

6953. 1. Josbph-Hatwabd, b. and d. 28 Nov. 1869, Lee, Mass. 

6954. 2. JosBPHUfB-HATWARD, b. and d. 10 July, 1871, Boston. 

6955. 8. Mabt-Whitmst, b. 14 Nov. 1878, Boston. 

6956. REV. KENELM% [6943] (Hubbard*, Nathaniel^, Nathanid\ John\ Kendm\ 
EeMlm\) b. 15 June, 1848, Boston, Mass. ; d. 24 Oct. 1867, at Paris, France. He re. 
ceived much of his education at the Boston public schools; was preparing for college 
at the Latin School, when his father removed, in 1857, to Geneva, N. Y. He entered 



*We quote from the Staten Kland Qcuette of April, 1883, an article credited to a Paris paper 
in ref^ard to it, and leare for f atare invefttigators to decide whether it came in the Mayflower or 
w«a procured by the grandson of the pilgrim. Got. Edward Winslow. 

**The original doorknocker, brought orer in the Mayflower^ which for several generations was 
apon the front door of the old Winslow House at Marshfleld, still standing on the Webster fiurm, 
has lately come into the possession of the Rev. W.-C. Winslow of Boston, who will probably give it 
to the Webster Hist. Society. *■ In 1850,* says the Boston 2)ranscript, * the Rev. Gtordon Winslow, 1). 
D., rector of St. Paul's, Staten Island, while on a visit to Mr. Webster, was presented by \i\m wVtV\ 
the interesting relic. It is inscribed, * From Winslow House, Marshfleld, TAass. Catne Vu tVi© Mau- 
fltnter, 1080.' And on the rim or head to receive the blows of the hammer, tbe \uacT\vUou tut^b*. 
'Presented by Daniel Webster to Dr. G. Winslow, Sept. 12th, I860.' The door-knocker is of brass, 
but soinorasted with age that some Old Mortality will have to exercis© considerable friction to 
brins back the original lustre, such as greeted the caller upon Gov. Edward Winslow and Gov. 
Josioh Winslow. Mr. Webster took great interest in the old mansion, which the builder and origi- 
nal owner named * Careswell,' and looked upon this rello as among the most valuable souvenirs of 
the Mayflower, and the Pilgrimage, As will be remembered by some, the Webster tomb is In the 
Winslow burying ground, near the tomb of Gov. Josiah Winslow, whose coat-of-ann«— the ®'**' 
being a tree out short but sprouting out, and motto Decopius Ftoi-co, is as clear and distinct as If 
pat there but yesterday." 

Hon. Wm.-T. Davis of Plymouth tells me that this door-knocker did not come over in the May- 
flower^ but was placed on said door by some Winslow owner of the house— J."^. 



618 Rev, KeneM Winslow. K 

the sophomore class of Hamilton College, Clinton, N.T., in the fall of 1861, and, in 
1864, entered the senior class of Williams College, Williamstown, Mass., completing 
his collegiate course that year. Entering the Union Theo. Seminary, New York City, 
in 1864, he finished his preparations for the ministry in the summer of 1867; but 
having the previous winter become a candidate for orders in the Episcopal Charch, 
he did not graduate with his class at the Seminary. He had previously been li- 
censed to preach, and, as a Presbyterian, had supplied pulpits, for longer or shorter 
lieriods, during the last year of his theological studies. His ordination to the min- 
istry of the Episcopal Church was postponed from July, 1867, to the autunin, in 
consequence of tlie absence of his Bishop, Eastburn, of Massachusetts, to attend the 
Lambeth Conference in England. In the interval, compelled by ill- health to take 
a voyage, he died suddenly at Paris, while resting from his journey, preparatory to 
returning to the United States. 

In connection with the gifts for his special calling, Mr. W. had decided invent- 
ive genius and talent. He could sketch and execute with facility and accuracy. 
His aptness for monogrammic and text work wa.s often called into service by his 
friends. Fond of music, he played both violin and flute with considerable skill. 
He performed tolerably well upon the piano; but the organ was his delight, and he 
performed on it with much ease and excellence as an amateur. While at college he 
took the lead in this respect. Little opportunity was afforded one so young to dis- 
play literary talents, but a number of his pieces and letters, published in the religious 
press, forecast a promising future for him as a writer. During the last year or two 
of his life he collected considerable material for a '* Winslow Genealogy," previously 
undertaken by his father, and after his death it was placed in the hands of Dr. and 
Mrs. HoHon. 

A brief sketch, signed ** Amicus," published in the Ohristian tFitn08r(Epi8Copal), 
affords us an extract or two in this place. ** His mental and religious training was in 
a good school. He had an unusually clear perception and discrimination, especially 
in the domain of philosophy and theology. He had read largely, and his knowledge 
of history, natural philosophy, and science generally, was far above that possessed 
by the majority of theological students. He had also a fluency of language which 
made him converse, write, and preach with no mean persuasive power. A rare and 
pleasing address, and a gifted elocution, with his mental culture, gave his preaching 
the characteristics of much acceptability. " 

EQs whole heart was enlisted, his whole zeal absorbed, in the work before 
him. When about to sail for Southampton, he said, ''I long to return and be at 
work I" 

Among the resolutions passed were those by his former society, Delta Kappa 
Epsilon, at Williams College, from which we make an extract. *•'' We learn with 
pain and sorrow of the death of our brother who had just entered upon active life 
with bright prospects of usefulness before him, and whose life was only reflected in 
his profession. ... a faithful brother, an esteemed friend, and one invaluable to 
the cause of Christianity and education." 

The cause of his death is supposed to have been mainly over-action of the heart. 
His remains, placed in Moutmartre, Paris, were subsequently removed to Forest 
Hills, near Boston, and on *' Alder Path," repose side by side with those of luB 
father, Rev. Hubbard Winslow. 



Reo, Gordon^ Wi/ndofo, D.D. 619 



(i957. GORDON* WINSLOW, [6838] {Naihanitl^ N<UhanUl\ John\ Kenelm', 
Kendm>y) -was bom 12 September, 1803, at Williston, Vermont, and died 7 June, 

Hia early years passed away much after the manner of his brothers Miron and 
Hubbard. Occupied at home in farming and at his father^s nail factory, at school a 
term or so each year, he made some progress in study and reading, and acquired 
good and substantial ideas of life, and the best of habits. No doubt Miron and 
Hubbard by word encouraged and by example influenced him greatly. 

Hd was a student of Phillips Academy from 1823-6. He graduated at Yale Col- 
lege 1830, receiving the degree of A.M. in 1833. He studied theology at the Yale 
School, and under his brother Hubbard at Dover, N.H. Wliile there he was under 
the care (so to speak) of the Piscataqua (N.H.) Association, and by them licensed to 
preach in 1833. 

He married at New York, 5 September, 1833, Katherine-G. Fish, b. 16 May, 
1807, in New York, daughter of Whitehead and Elsie (Gilbert) of New York, and 
cousin of Hon. Hamilton Fish, Secretary of State. 

He preached and labored among sailors in New Orleans. This kind of work 
was a part of the duties of his after life, while on Staten Island. He in time became 
familiar with medicine and surgery, and prescribed as well for the body as the 
souL At the outbreak of tlie Rebellion, the New York University conferred on 
him the Doctorate of Medicine, a degree for wliich he was quite as well qualified 
as he was for the **D.D." received previously from the Episcopal College in 
Annapolis. 

After his New Orleans residence of nearly one year, he was ordained over the 
Congregational Church in Medford, Mass«, June 12, 183-. His mind, one of order, 
reverence, perhaps fond of form in religion without foimalism, had previously been 
directed towards the Episcopal Church. 

After a year of labor at Medford, he acted on his convictions and applied for 
admission into the Episcopal Communion. He received the ordination to full or 
priest ^s orders in May, 1836, and entered upon his duties as rector of St. John's Par- 
ish, Troy, N. Y. After two years' service in Troy, receiving a eall from Trinity Par- 
ish, Elmira, N.Y., he accepted it, and there resided till 1841, when he accepted the 
charge of St. Ann's Parish, Annapolis, Md., one of tlie largest of the Maryland 
Churches. 

Daring these pastorates Dr. Winslow published several pamphlets, lie studied 
mineralogy and began his "collection," which subsequently became one oi t\\e 
choicest private cabinets of the land. At Annapolis he made close acquaintancesViip 
with United States oflScers, and performed a good deal of labor at the Naval School 
and Station. 

A bronchial trouble rendering a change of climate important to his ministerial 
life, if not life itself, he purchased a piece of land — perhaps ten acres — on the heights 



620 Rev. Gordon* Wmsloii\ D.D. 



of Staten Island, >u 1845, and erected on it a neat and tasteful cottage. Here, for 
nearly twenty years^ oc until he died, was his home. 

Of great skill and ingenuity mechanicaDy, he did much with his own hands to 
adorn and make attractive his cottage. Away from city noise and bustle was this 
charming retreat which, with its i-ustic fences and bowers, winding paths, and shades 
of maple, became a mogt delightful rural spot. One could look forth on the Atlantic, 
and tlicn, at hand, upon the miniature farm and its neat and inyiting cultivation f^. 
But these were not years of inactivity. 

Contemporaneously with his removal to Staten Island, Dr. "Winslow became 
rector of St. Paul's Parish, and chaplain of the Quarantine. The latter position he 
held for seventeen years. Flis devotion and untiring efforts while yellow fever raged, 
and at other times, are fresh in the minds of many. 

We open at another page of his life — the closing one. Close upon the cannon- 
ade at Sumter, a legion of brave men sprang up to hurl back upon traitors the 
consequences of treason. The gallant Fifth of New York (known afterward as 
**Duryea Zouaves") went forth, Gordon" Winslow as their chaplain. Their first 
effort was at Big Bethel. 

James Parton says of Winslow: **The noble Chaplain Winslow, with a few 
other men, remained behind, and, all exhausted as they were, drew the wounded in 
wagons nine miles, from the scene of the action to the nearest camp." The officer 
in command reports: **The noble conduct of Chaplain Winslow and the generous- 
hearted men who remained to help the wounded, deserves the highest praise; and 
the toilsome task which they accomplished, of dragging the rude vehicles filled with 
their helpless comrades, over a weary road of nine miles in their exhausted condi- 
tion, with the prospect of ai^ attack every minute, bespeaks a goodness of heart and 
a bravery never excelled." 

The Chaplain, during his two years as such, often acted as aid- de-camp. 
He was engaged in some form of service in nearly every battle of the war in 
Virginia. 

Just after the sad event at Fredericksburg, he wrote his brother as follows: '^ As 
for myself, I am ready for anything that turns up in the way of helping on the cause 
for which we are in the field. I am chaplain of the Fifth, but act more or less for 
the whole division. Then, as volunteer aid to General Warren, I am under orders, 
and attend with him in the surveys and mapping of the country, establishing lines of 
pickets, locating hospitals, and looking after the sick and wounded in the Division, 
Brigades, and Regiments. After the battle I selected the site for the general hospi- 
tal at Fredericksburg, and saw the wounded transported across the river and 
properly provided for." 

Dr. Winslow had a number of very narrow escapes. Under Pope, at Bull Run, 
his regiment lost about four hundred men. He had balls pass through his hair and 
beard, and his horse was wounded under him. At Gettysburg a ball struck off the 



Ret). Octrdon* Winslow, D.D. 621 



head of the officer to whom he was giving a command from Gen. Weed. After the 

Wttle of Autietam, anxious to do wliat he oould for the wounded, and desirous to 

ascertain their number, he penetrated the rebel lines, and before he was aware found 

himself riding by the side of one of the rebel generals. He rode in his company 

seven miles, and after parting from him, began to turn toward the Union lines. 

Surroonded by rebels burying the dead and gathering the wounded, he played the 

part of one of their officers. Favored by the uncertain light of evening, he at length 

reached sufficiently near the Union lines to make a sudden dash and reach a place of 

safety. 

Dr. Winslow was one of the early promoters of the Sanitary Commission, and 
was identified with its history up to the hour of his death. He held the important 
post and office of Inspector of the Army of the Potomac for the Commission. 

llajor-General Warren, under date of January, 1868, reports as follows: **Prom 
the first battle of the war at Big Bethel to the last at Fredericksburg, Dr. Wiuslow 
has shown an adaptability for his position, and a success in efforts which has won 
the confidence of all. At an early day he was elected by the Sanitary Commission 
at Washington for the responsible position of the Sanitary Inspector of the Army. 
This immense labor he sustained till the commencement of the Peninsular campaign, 
for which he received the earnest thanks of the Department at Washington. Since 
the commencement of the Peninsular campaign he has been my aid and a member of 
my staff, and has been constantly with me on the field, except when the claims of 
humanity and mercy called him to attend to the sufferings of his fallen comrades. 
His efforts in this department I most gratefully acknowledge. For days and nights 
after the several battles of Williamsburg, Hanover Court House, Gaines' Mills, Mal- 
vern Hill, Bull Run, Antietam, and Fredericksburg, the doctor has had frequent 
recourse to his experience to guide him to the best measures of improving hospitals 
for the wounded, or means of comfort and solace, which at such times of trial cannot 
be too highly valued. " 

Dr. Winslow's elder son, Col. aeveland* Winslow of the Fifth N. Y. (" Duryea 
Zouaves^'), was badly wounded in the battle of the Wilderness; and while bringing 
him and other wounded officers and soldiers to Alexandria, the sad acci<lent occurred 
by which his valuable life was cut off, in the midst of its usefulness. On the morn- 
ing of June 7, 1 804, at the mouth of the Potomac, he fell overboard from the trans- 
port steamer Mary MipUy^ and after swimming for some time upon the surface, 
suddenly disappeared as a boat was close at hand to rescue him. The remains were 
never found. 

L.-A. Hendricks, Esq., correspondent of the New York ITerald^ wrote: "A more 
popular and useful chaplain has not been in the service- ... A mind finely culti- 
vated, manners dignified and refined, a rare fund of anecdote at command, and an 
underlying vein of delicate richness, served to make him a most genial as well aa 
agreeable and instructive companion. Long in memory will live the recollectiott of 



Bee. Gordon'' ^Tindaw, DJ). ^L 



bis alternating wit and pathos, and words of coonsel nttered at the me8»-tahle, and 
around the camp-fire at nighty as were canvaaaed the events of each day, the exciting 
march or some storm of terrible tragedy. . . . Ko cast of an ancient Grecian or 
Roman hero presented a more finely moolded bead than that of Dr. Winslow, and 
his long flowing gray beard, dark gray eyes of tender but penetratire expression, and 
straight and well-built frame, although dxty years of age, suggested him as a type, 
in these duys of effeminate degeneracy rarely seen, of those great old philosophers 
who once walked the streets of Carthage and Rome.^ 

We close this sketch with an extract or two from the ChriUian Times (Episco- 
pal), found in a long editorial on the death of Dr. Winslow: *' We often thought of 
bim as a model man, in very many respects. Tliere was a soundness, a completeness 
to his character, rarely seen. His social nature was of a refined, genial, whole-souled 
cast, and well poised. . . . And yet, while frank and open, he knew that silence is 
sometimes power and wisdom. 8uch were bis discretion and prudence that he was 
frequently cognizant of army movements and plans which but few were permitted to 
know. . • . His intellectual nature was characterized by life, earnestness, compre- 
hensiveness, liberality of views, a special love for certain pursuits, and considerable 
genius. He was unambitious and made no display of bis abilities. He often declined 
honors tended him. As an instance of this he did hot accept the Diocese of Alabama, 
which his friends urged upon him. 

*' His business talent and executive abilities were remarkable. These gave him 
prominence and influence in every undertaking and employment. His accomplish- 
ments were of high order. In the departments of science be was thoroughly versed. 
.... He corresponded with various scientific bodies, and was (we believe), a mem- 
ber of the Bmithsonian Institute. His contributions to the press and cyclopedias were 
frequent. 

^^ He was very ingenious, and uncommonly skilful in the use of tools. Many 
handsome specimens of worldnanship came from his hands. Among his inventions 
may be mentioned a patented one relating to the construction of locomotive wheels. 
He had a taste for antiquarian lore and specimens, and his house contained many 
such objects of interest. Tlie huge brass knocker on his front-door was a present 
from Daniel Webster, and was taken from the *01d Winslow House' at Marshfield." 
[See page 618.] 

"His religious nature, above all, was the crowning excellence of the man. 
Prom earliest boyhood to his death he was a true Cliristian in daily walk and pursuit, 
as well as when he stood before men to * point the way of life.' His pulpit 
ministrations were faithful, vigorous, practical, and thought-inspiring efforts, appeal- 
ing to Scripture, and persuading men to duty and obedience. . . . Our friend 
and brother has closed a long and useful life — useful because it answci-ed life's 
great end. . . . His memory we will keep with us, and his influence will live 
after him like the influence of the good, a source of blessing to many generations." 



Rev, Gordon* WinsIoWy D.D, 



Hia children were: 
Vm. 1. Clbvsi^nd, [6060] b. 1836, Medford, Mass. ; d. 7 July, 1864, Alexandria, 

Va, 
6959. 2. QoRDOK, [6961] b. 30 Aug. 1888, Elmira, N.Y.; m. 18 Mar. 1866, Eliza- 
beth Wallace, dau. of William and Elizabeth (Gait). 

6960. COL. CLEVELAND', [6958] (Bet. Qwdc **, NathanUl' Kathanid\ John*, 
Kendm?, Kenehn^) born in 1886, Medford, Massachusetts; died 7 July, 1864, at the 
hospital, Alexandria, Virginia, from wounds received, 2 June, near Mechanicsville, 
Vii^nia. The f uuei*al was at Trinity Church, New York City, 10 July, 1864 ; the 
remains were placed in Greenwood Cemetery. 

He was engaged in mercantile pursuits at the breaking out of the rebellion. His 
connection with the New York City militia, and attainments in military scieqce, 
fitted him for the service, and he raised a company of men and departed with the 
Fifth N. Y. Regiment (" Duryea Zouaves "), engaging with them in all the battles and 
conflicts of two years. After the battle of Antetam, lie was unanimously elected 
colonel of the regiment. On its return, in 1863, he immediately recruited another, 
and was in every engagement of the Army of the Potomac up to the day of his 
death. 

Major-General Warren reports: " I have never known a braver oflicer." General 
McClellan and various other leading officers expressed kindred sentiments. As a 
soldier he was tried and true, brave without rashness, a strict disciplinarian, and 
possessed those executive qualities which should belong to tbose in important civil 
or military positions. Had he escaped the wounds at Mechanicsville, he would have 
entered his next engagement as a general. His title as colonel, however, clings to 
him, as he was identified with his regiment. His personal presence was very striking, 
and his regiment one of the finest in the entire service. 

6961. CAPT. GORDON', [6959] (Q<yrdm\ Nathaniel^ Nathaniel^ Jahn\ Kenelm^ 
Kendm\) b. :iO Aug. 1838, Elmira, N.Y. ; married at Baltimore, Md., 18 Mar. 1866, 
Elizabeth Wallace, dau. of Wm. and Elizabeth (Gait) of B. Captain in the 8th Inf. 
U.S.A., formerly stationed at Selma, Ala., and, 1873, at Fort Russell, Cheyenne, 
Wyoming Territory. 

6963. ADELIA*, [6889] {Nathaniel^ Nathaniel^ John\ Kendm\ Kendm},) b. 26 
Sept. 1814, Williston, Vt. ; married there, 23 March, 1841, Norman-Hinsdale 
BYINGTON, b. 20 Sept. 1815, Hinesburg, Vt., son of Anson and Theodora 
(Cunningham) of W. He died 28 Feb. 1848, W. Farmer. She resides, 1876, on 
the old homestead. WiUidan, Vt. 

Child: 
6963. , b. 15 Aug. 1846; d. 19 Aug. 1846. 



624: Winslow Memorial Monument. 



WmSLOW XEMORIAL XONUHBKT. 

A monument to commemorate the three sons of Nathaniel Winslow, eminent 
divines, who died in the same year, has been erected in the cemetery of their native 
place, Williston, Vermont. It is of Isle-la-Motte marble — a pyramid of the height • 
of eighteen feet, surmounted with an elaborately carved cross. The inscriptions on 
the four sides are as follows: — 

[1.] Thrbb BnoTnERs. 
Bom in "Williston, of the seventh [fifth] generation from the Pilgrim Fathers. 
" Tlieir works do follow them." 
wmsLOw. 

[2.] MiRON WiNSLOw, D.D., LL.D., 

Forty-five years Missionary in India, died at Cape of Good Hope, Oct. 22, 1864, aged 

74 years, 

** Thy life to the Cross was wholly devoted." 

[3.] Hubbard WmsLow, D.D., 

Author, Educator, Pastor at Boston and elsewhere, died Aug. 18, 1864, aged 64 years. 

"Always abounding in the work of the Lord." 

[4.] Gordon Winslow, D.D., M.D., 

Rector at Staten Island, N.Y., and elsewhere, entered into rest June 7, 1864, aged 69 

years. 

"In the service of his country and for his Master." 

At a meeting of the members of the Winslow family, called in anticipation of* 
the erection of this monument, at Williston, 18 June, 1873, extracts from the proof- 
sheets of the Winslow Memorial were read ; specimens of wrought nails made by the 
father at Williston, Vermont, arranged on cards side by side with older specimens 
made by the grandfather before the Revolution, at Salisbury, Conn., were exhibited; 
nud the following acrostic, iu commemoration of the manual-labor training which 
these sons received in the nail-shop of their father, was song to the tune of Uxbi'idge: 

TTith careful toil he reared his sons. 
B obust, strong-armed in faith and hope, 
On life's great mission- work each runs; 
UniW with foes of truth they cope — 

od blessed their works both far and near: 
J7eavenward their labors onward go 
Truth living to implaut and rear; 
No fears retrained them from the foe. 

ilmerica, Ceylou, Madras 

In union brought without alloy, , ^ 

L ove, faith, and hope (more firm than brass) 

i9hall bind mankind in holy joy. 



Devereaux^ KeUey^ Allen. 625 



6964. :^rERCY^ [1216] (yathaniel\ John*, Kmelm\ Kenelm\) b. 10 Mar. 1763, 
Salisbury, Conn. ; died in RichmoDd, Vt. ; married John DXVEBEAXTX, who died 
inR. 

Children : 
6965. Hkman*. He, with several of the family, removed to Norfolk^ N, T. 

G966. Alanson^. 

6967. JoHN^. 

6968. Levi*. 

6969. Henry*. He and his cousin John* Winslow [7093] fitted a store with 

goods and traded awhile in Brandon, Vt. 

6970. Polly*. 

697 1. Betsey or Elizabeth*. 

6972. Amanda*, b. 22 Mar. 1786; m. 22 Feb. 1815, Sidney Kelaey, of Stock- 

holm, N.Y., whose parents resided in S. 

Children: 

6973. 1. Sidney', b. 6 Dec. 1815. 

6974. 2. Hubbard% b. 19 Jan. 1819. 

6975. Laura*. 

6976. LOVINIA*, [1217] {Nathanul\ John\ Kmelm^ Kenelm\) b. 4 May, 1765, 
Salisbury, Conn.; d. 28 Sept. 1882, Williston Vt. ; m. there, May, 1788, Nathan 
AT.T.-gTir b. 13 Mar. 1760; d. 13 Jan. 1834, W. WiUiaton, Vt. 

Children bom at Williston: 

6977. 1. Horace*, b. 24 Apr. 1789; d. 24 May, 1866, Potsdam, N.Y. ; m. Malone, 

N.Y., January, 1817, Semantha Hamilton, b. 11 July, 1789, dau. of John 
and Sarah-IIarrietta (Stone) of Champlain, N.Y. He grad. Aug. 1812, 
Univ. Vermont, Burlington ; studied law at Essex and Malone, N.Y. ; was 
admitted to practice, and removed to Potsdam in 1816, where he resided 
tin til his death. He was postmaster many years ; Presiding Judge of St. 
Lawrence County Court seventeen years ; and surrogate of county nearly 
twenty years. She res. 1869, Potsdam^ N, 7. 

Children : 

6978. 1. Lucius-Hamilton^ b. 19 Nov. 1817; m. West Point, N.Y., 22 May, 

1844, Sarah DeWitt, dau. of John, of W.P. Gi-ad. June, 1889, West 
Point; 2d Lieut, in 2d U.S. Artillery; was four years ass»t instructor 
in Art Tactics at W.P., resigning in 1845. Major General of Militia 
of the State of California. Merchant, 

Rea. San 2?Vonci*co, CoL 

Children : 

6979. 1. Earriet-DeWiU^, b. 24 Oct 1846. 



f526 JJexreuilnntM nf yttihunlt^^ MiajJofr. 



6980. 2. Benry'Franeu\ b. 13 Aug. 1S4S. 

6981. 3. &iraA-Z.tirirt', b. 16 Mar. ISol. 

6982. 4. John-HamiUon-DeWia*, b. 28 Ang. 1853. 

6988. 2. Horace- Winalow^ b. 20 Ju!t, 1s:0: ti. 4 June, 1843. 

6984. 3. Harrict-Scmantha', b. 23 Nov. 1822; tn. Potsdam, X.Y., 1 Sept 1841, 

Wm.-A. Dart, b. 25 Oct. 1814, at P.. s. of SimeoQ and Phebe (Allen) 
of P. He waseducatt cl at 8t. Lawrence Academy, Potadam ; studied 
law with Horace Allen, and was admitted to practice, 1840; post- 
master of Potsdam, and Dist. Att'y of St. Lawrence Co., 1845; State 
Senator, 1849-52; U.S. Dist. Att'y for Northern District of New 
York, 1861 ; was appointed Consul-General of U.S. for tlie British 
North Ajnerican Provinces of Montreal, in 1869. 

Ree. 1H73, yontreal, P.O. 
Children : 

6985. 1. Caroline' Ccmelic^^ b. 18 Jane, 1842 ; married in Potsdam, 23 Jane, 

1868, Oeorge-Zolma Erwin, of P., s. of George. 

6986. 2. Harriet- Frcmee^, b. 10 July, 1850. 

6987. 2. Lkvi*, b. 9 Feb. 1792; died in Kentacky; married in Ohio, 9 May, 1822, 

, who died 2 Oct. 1824. He married 2d, Feb. 1826, [RectorJ. 

Farmer. Res. Kindsrlkook^ Pickawtay Co,^ O. 

Children : 

6988. 1. Miron', b. 1 Apr. 1823: d. 24 Jane, 1825. 

6989. 2. Minerva', b. 30 Nov. 1S2G; d. 24 June, 1832. 

6990. 3. £lizabeth-A\, b. 18 Feb. 1828; married, 16 Ang. 1858, Hichael-J. 



Children: 

6991. 1. Kates'., b. 28 June, 1854. 

6992. 2. EmmorA*., b. 11 Dec 1855. 

6998. 3. John-IP. y b. 19 Jan. 1858; d. 10 Oct. 1860. 

6994. 4. J/ay", b. 7 Aug. 1859; d. 3 Oct. 1860. 

6995. 5. Earaee-A\, h. 16 Mar. 18C1. 

6996. 4. Martha^ b. 22 Nov. 1831 ; m. 20 July, 1857, William-S. Bector. 

Children : 

6997. 1. Allen- T^., b. 8 June 1859. 

6998. 2. WiUiam'S:, b. 14 Sept. 1862. 

6999. 5. Marcus^ b. 11 Nov. 1833; d. 26 Oct. 1849 

7000. 8. LucT^, b. 24 June, 1704; married, Mar. 1S12. Daniel Pine. He was a 

deacon in the Congregational Churclu - Res. Wjfommff^ IlL 

Children: 

7001. 1. Horace', bom in 1813. 



Allen, Ta7Mi7ig^ JirowiieU, 627 



7002. 3. laxm\ b. 5 Feb. 1816; m. P.-W. Stow. 

7003. 3. Lovinia% b. 22 Nov. 1817; d. Sept. 1829. 

7004. 4. Lacy-M^; b. 9 Apr. 1819; m. Sylvester Carter. 

7005. 5. Julia-Aun\ b. 23 Judc, 1821. 

7006. 6. Samantha^ b. 26 July, 1823; m. in 1847, B.-F. Bacon. 

7007. 7. Daniel-H'., b. 20 Aug. 1826. 

7008. 8. Delia-M'., b. 7 Sept. 1828; m. David-R. Town. 

7009. 9. Nathan- A\, b. 4 Feb. 1831; m. in 1855, Susan Gleason. 

7010. 10. Andrew', b. 1833; is deceased. 

7011. 4. Minerva*, b. 25 Mar. 1796; married Elijah-S. Tambling, who died, 1869, 

in Illinois. He was a deacon of the Congregational Church. 

She res. 1869, Chica^, III, 
Children: 

7012. Villeroy'. 

7013. Minerva' married R.-J. Miller. Hardware Merchant. + 

Res. 1869, Chicago, III. 

7014. Martha', married A.-R. Miller. Res. 1870, Chicago, III 

7015. 5. Marcus*, b. 25 Mar. 1798; married Lucia Fabrique. Farmer. 

Res. 1869, CloDcrport, Breckinridge Co., Ky, 

Children : 

7016. Rev. William', grad. Danville Coll., Ky. ; married . + 

7017. Rev. Heman', grad. Danville Coll. ; died unmarried. He was resid- 

ing, in 1864, at Danville, Ky. 

7018. Samuel'. 

7019. 6. Nathan-Dkan*, b. 22 May, 1800; m. 6 Jan. 1822, Nancy Bently. 

Children: 

7020. 1. Louisa-Anna', b. 22 Dec. 1823; married, Oct. 1846, Edward- Wells 

Brownell. 

Children : 

7021. 1. MyrtU-McGet^, b. Nov. 1847, Williston. 
T022. 2. Nancy\ b. 3 June, 1851, Williston. 

7023. 3. Ellen-TAmim*, b. Jan. 1855 or '6, Williston. 

7024. 4. Charles- Allen*, b. 15 Nov. 1862, Burlington. 

7025. 2. George- Washington', b. 19 June, 1825, Williston; d. 6 Dec. 1825. 

7026. 3. George- Washington', b. 4 Jun. 1827 or '8, W. ; d. 11 May, 1864, 

Woodstock, Vt. He married, 14 Sept. 1853, Elizabeth-S. Billings, 
(lau. of Olio and Semantha (Weatherby) of W. Merchant. 

Res. Woodatock, Vt, 
Child : 

7027. CfmrleS'B\, b. Oct. 1862, W. ; d. Jan. 1864. 



Descendants of Nathflniel^ Whisloxo, 



7028. 4. Nathan', b. 13 Oct. 1832, Williaton; married, Jan. 1856, Mary Prior. 

Parmer. 

Child: 

7029. Ethan- AUen^, bom in 1858. lies. 1869, BeUe Cour, 

7030. 6. Charles-Levi', b. 19 May, 1884, W. ; married, 20 Sept. 1863, Cynthia 

Foote. Tinsmith. 

Child: 

7031. Eliea-Louim^, b. 20 Dec. 1867, Sparta, Wis. 

7032. 7. Viixerot", b. 22 Feb. 1802; d. 28 Aug. 1806. 

7033. 8. Hannah^ b. 29 Mar. 1806; d. 4 June, 1844, at the residence of her brother 

Levi* [6987]. She was unmarried. 

7034. DEA. JOHN*, [1218] {Nathaniel^ John\ Kenelm\ Kendm\) b. 4 May, 1767, 
Salisbury, Cunn. ; d. 30 Nov. 1852, Medina, O., and was there buried. He married 
at Hillsdale, N.Y., 2 Jan. 1787-8, Mary Covell or Scoville, b. 25 Aug. 1772, Philips 
Patting, N.Y., dau. of Zoccheus, who came from England and settled on Cape Cod 
and Mary (Wooden) of Hillsdale, N.Y. She died 25 Aug. 1837, Medina, and was 
buried there. Mr. Winslow was left to the care of his oldest brother, by his father, 
at the time of his death. He was one of the pioneer settlers of Williston, Vt., and 
an earnest Christian; was one of the first deacons elected in the Congregational 
church, and held the office forty-two years. Farmer. 

Kes. Williston, Vt. ; Granville and Medina^ 0, 

Children : 

7035. 1. Harry, b. 11 Nov. 1788, Hillsdale, N.Y. ; d. 25 Sept. 1814, Williston. 

7036. 2. Jason, b. 6 July, 1790; d. 16 Mar. 1843; m. Prudence Chamberlain 

[6824]. 

7037. 3. Hannah, [7047] b. 2 Feb. 1792; d. 22 May, 1861; m. Azariah Jlood. 

7038. 4. Charity, [7057] b. 6 Apr. 1794; is deceased; m. John Kilbourne Weed. 

7039. 5. Laura, [7072] b. 2 Oct 1796; d. 3 Jan. 1858; m. William-Perrin 

Baxrows. 

7040. 6. Melo, [7086] b. 31 Mar. 1799; was drowned 2 May, 1841; m. Hannah 

Follett. 

7041. 7. John, [7093] b. 19 July, 1802; d. 17 Mar. 1839; m. Betsey Brownson; m. 

2d, ISIargaret-Emily Sergeant. 

7042. 8. Delana, [7099] b. 16 Aug. 1805; m. 20 Jan. 1834, Henry Onnsby, M.D. 

7043. 9. BetskytAdrelia, b. 22 Dec. 1807, Williston. Res. 1873, Medina^ 0, 

7044. 10. Mason-Newton, b. 26 Feb. 1812, W. ; d. there 19 Apr. 1813. 

7045. 11. Mary-Lorainb, [7105] b. 25 Feb. 1814; m. 23 Oct. 1833, Clark Earle. 

7046. 12. Harriet-Nbwell, [7124] b. 1 Jan. 1820; m. 22 Dec. 1837, Ahason- 

Livingston P6ake. 



Eood, Wilson^ Weed. C29 



7047. HANNAH*, [7037] {John\ Nathaniel', John\ Kendm\ Kenelm\) b. 3 Feb. 
17Qd, LiTingston Manor, N. Y. ; d. 23 May, 1861, Sacramento, Oal., while on a Tirit 
to her daughter. She was married in Jericho, Yt, January, 1818, to Azariah BOOB, 
who ^ded %% Feb. 1850, Niles, lOch., and was there interred. Farmer. 

Children: 

7048. 1. Harbirt-Nbwell, b. 21 Dec. 1814, Jericho, Yt. ; d. 28 Oct 1888, Middle- 

bnry, Yt., and was buried there. 

7049. 2. Hakky-Winslow, b. 8 Sept. 1816, Jericho. Res. 1878, Detr&Uj Mick. 

7050. 8. Hbman, b. 4 Aug. 1818, Jericho; d. 7 Oct. 1850, California, and was 

bnried in Niles, Mich. 

7051. 4. Ansoh-Hubbakd, b. 80 Sept 1821, Middlebury, Vt; died in 1870, 

Detroit, Mich., and was bnried there. He married , 

She res. 1870, Detroit^ Mick. 
7062. 5. Hannah-Elisa, b. 28 Not. 1828, M. ; d. 23 Oct 1824, M., and was buried 

there. 
7058. 6. Hahkah-Elida, b. 20 Nov. 1826, M. ; d. there, 28 Sept 1827. 

7054. 7. Sabah-Eliza, b. 1 Sept. 1828, M. ; d. in San Francisco, Cal. ; married 

Wilson. 

7055. 8. MABT-.TAKB, b. 16 Sept. 1880, M. ; d. 29 Dec. 1858, Nilei, Mich., and was 

bnried there. 

J056. 9. Azabiah-Nbwsll, b. 81 Aug. 1884; married w 

Res. 1870, Sacramento^ Cal. 



/, 



7057. CHARITY*, [7038] (John\ Nathaniel^, John\ Kendm\ KeneLfn\) b. 6 Apr.// 
1794, Williston, Yt; married there, 6 Feb. 1817, John-Kllbonrne WEED, b. 22 
Jon. 1794, Hinesburgh, s. of John and Dorothy (Phelps) of H. He died 24 Aug. 
1858, Staten Island. She res. 1872, New Tarh City. 

Children bom in St Lawrence County, N.Y. 

7058. 1. JoHN-WiN8Low% b. 19 Jan. 1818, Hopkinton; grad. U.V.M. 1838; was 

drowned at sea, 8 Sept 1860. 

7059. 2. Hekrt-Mason^ b. 2 August, 1819, Hopkinton; died there, 28 October, 

1819. 

7060. 8. Henrt-Masom^ b. 18 Dec 1820, Hopkinton; d. 17 Dec. 1865, Cedar 

Grove, New Dorp, Richmond Co., N.Y. 

7061. 4. Maby-Dorothy\ b. 2 July, 1824, Canton, N.Y. married, NY., 21 June, 

1849, Frederick- Augustus Weed, born in 1822, Hinesburgh, son of 
Anson-Phelps and Salome (Crossman) of Hinesburgh. 

Res. 1872, HineAwrgK Vt. 
Children: 

7062. 1. Frederick-Mason*, b. 8 Apr. 1850, Hinesburgh. 
706S»^ 2. Francis-Anson*, b. 20 Not. 1851, Hinesburgh. 
7064. 8. Fanny-Adelaide*, b. 4 Nov. 1854, Western Texas. 



7065. 




7060. 




7067. 




7068. 


5. 


7069. 


6. 


7070. 


7. 



630 Descendants of Joht)* Winslow, 



4. John-Kilbourne*, b. 15 Apr. 1856, Westeru Texas. 

5. Mary-Eliza», b. 2 Oct. 1858, Western Texas. 

6. Lily», b. 22 July, 1868, Western Texas. 
Charity-Maria^ b. 29 Dec. 1826, Canton, N.Y. ; d. 25 Sept. 1828, Pots- 
dam, N.Y. 

Ira-Dutton', b. 14 Feb. 1830, Potsdam; d. 12 Nov. 1871, N.Y. 

Stepiikn-Hinsdalb', b. 17 Nov. 1831, Potsdam; grad. West Point 1854; 
was killed at Little Round Top, battle of Gettyslmrg, 2 July, 1868, while 
in command of a division of regular troops — 5tli U.S. Artillery. Was 
Brig-Gen. of Vols, and Capt. of the 5th U.S. Artillery. Was nominated 
Major-Genoral by President Lincoln, the day of his death, and conse- 
quently was not confirmed by the U.S. Senate. 
7071. 8. Hakriet-Maria', b. 29 Apr. 1834, Potsdam; ni. N.Y., 27 June, 1866, 
Dea. Charles-Edward Moore, b. 14 Oct. 1841, Beverly, Mass., 8. of 
Dennison and Susan-Jane (Picard) of Peabody, Essex Co., Mass. Rul- 
ing Elder in Reformed Church in New York City. Merchant. Res. 
Potsdam, Newburg, Wurtsboro', and Bloomingburgh, N.Y. 

1872, New York City. 

7072. LAURA', [7039] (JbA/i*, Nathaniel*, John*, Kmelm\ Kenelm\) b. 2 Oct. 
1796, Williston, Vt. ; d. 8 Jan. 1858, Kalamazoo. Michigan, and was there buried. 
She married at W., 16 Feb. 1819, Wiliiam-Peri-in BARROWS, of Bridport, Addisoti 
Co., Vt., b. 31 Mar. 1796, Woodstock, Conn., s. of Prentice and Molly (Perrin) of 
Lewis, Essex Co., N.Y. He removed from Woodstock to Lewis, N.Y., with his 
parents, when ten years of age. [After the death of his father, his mother married, 
in 1808, Rev. Cyrus Comstock, a home missionai^. They resided at Lewis until 
death, and were buried there.] Mechanic. He removed to Kalamazoo, Mich., in 
1886. Res. 1873, Witidstyr, Harlfm-d Co., Ct. 

Children boi-n in Bridport: 
7078. 1. Martha-Jane', b. 6 Jan. 1821; married, Kalamazoo, Mich., 5 November, 
1841, William-Berry Jenner. of London, Eng., b. 31 Dec. 1817, Parish 
of St. Mary-le-Bone, s. of Wm.-C. and Sarah (Berry) of L., who emigrated 
to this country 10 September, 1832. Merchant. 

Res. 1873, Allegan^ Midi, 
Children bom in Allegan: 

7074. 1. Lucy-Arabell", b. 15 June, 1843; married in Allegan, 20 Feb. 186:J, 

Lucius-Maseroft Hodges, b. 1 Apr. 1828, Crown Point, N.Y., s. of 
Dnisus and Eliza (Meagher) of Decatur, Mich. Merchant 

Res. 1870, Allegan, Mich. 
Child: 

7075. FrederiM-Jennefi*, b. 11 Nov. 1865, Lawrence, Van Buren Co., 

Mich. 



Jenner^ Barrows^ Mather. 681 



7076. 2. William-Sanford*, b. 25 Feb. 1850. 

7077. 8. Melvin-Hale% b. 35 Mar. 1853. 

7078. 4. Lanra-Ellen*, b. 8 Aug. 1857. 

7079. %. Capt. MiLO-WrN8Low% b. 12 May, 1828; married in Kalatnaeoo, Mich., 

Mary Robinson, and had two sons. He was captain in 2d Regt. Mich. 
Cavalry, but in consequence of a wound was compelled to resign. Dry 
goods clerk. Res. 1878, Detroit, Mich. 

7080. 8. WTLLiAM-PERurN% b. 1 Sept. 1825; m. Niles, Mich., 1 Apr. 1850, Emma 

Stafford, of Albany, N.Y., b. 24 Apr. 1836, dau. of Joab, of A. He 
enlisted in 5th Regiment Mich. Cavalry; was takcMi prisoner near Rich- 
mond, Ya., and confined in Andersonyille for about bix months, barely 
escaping with his life. 

Res, Kalamazoo, and, 1878, PlainweUj AUegan Oo,^ Mieh. 

Children : 

7081. 1. Julia-Staflord', b. 18 July, 1857. 

7082. 2. Susie-Benedict", b. 24 Aug. 1859. 

7083. 8. K Agnes- Winslow", b. 11 Nov. 1807. 

7084. 4. / Alice-Perrin*, b. 11 Nov. 1867. 

7086. 4. Ladra-Ann% b. 22 Aug. 1828; was married by Rev. Samuel-H. Hall, 
Kalamazoo, 15 Feb. 1852, to Rev. Oliver- V. Mather, b. 28 Jan. 1815, 
Windsor, Ct., s. of Ellsworth-Wolcott and Laura (Wolcott) of W. He 
died. 7 Nov. 1870, Windsor. 8. p. 

Res. Kalamazoo, Mich., and Williston, Y t. ; 1878, she res. WindsoTy Ot, 

7086. MILO*, [7040] {John*, NnthanUl\ John}, Kenelm?, KeTulm\) b. 81 Mar. 
1799, Williston, Vt. ; m. Jericho, Vt., 5 Feb. 1825, Hannah FoUett, who died of 
consumption 29 Nov. 1852, at Allegan, and was buried there. In 1826, Mr. Winslow 
went into the mercantile business at Richmond; in 1828, moved to Bridport, Addi- 
son Co., Vt. ; in 1880, to Middlebury, Vt, where he remained until 6 Apr. 18J55, when 
he located in Allegan, Mich., being one of its first settlers, and one of six who erected 
the first house of worship there. He was drowned, 2 May, 1841, at the mouth of 
8t Joseph^s River, while returning from Milwaukee during a heavy gale. He was 
to have united with the church the next day. His body was found four weeks after 
on the beach at Sau<ratuck, Allegan Co., Mich., and taken home for burial. He was 
greatly mourned by the people. His will is recorded in Allegan. Farmer and after- 
ward merchant. AHegan, Mich. 

Children: 

7087. 1. LuoT% b. 28 June, 1828, Bridport, Yt. ; d. 12 Dec. 1854, and was buried 
at Allegan. She married there, 11 Nov. 1845, Abram-Rensselaer 
Calkins, M.D., of A., b. 19 May, 1822, 3Ialta, N.Y., s. of Simon and 
Joanna (Lee) of Stillwater, Saratoga Co., N. Y. He died 17 Mar. 1788, 



632 AbramrRemsdaer CalkmSy M.D. K. 

Allegan. [He married 2d, 1855, Nellie BiDgham, who died 31 Sept. 
1862; m. 8d, 20 May, 1868, Charlotte Stone.] 

**Our esteemed fellow citizen. Dr. Abram-R. Calkins, died in this Tillage, on 
Monday afternoon, the 17th inst, after a brief illness, from the malignant form of 
intermittent fever. He had been taken ill on the Thursday evening previons, AH 
that the affection of his friends and the medical skill of the profession coold do, 
proved of no avail — for disease that he battled so unsuccessfully for many years, 
finally proved victor. 

<^I)octor Calkins was born in Malta, Saratoga Co., N.Y., in 1822. He removed 
with his parents to Richland, Kalamazoo Co., in 1835. In 1887, bis father died and 
he came under the guardianship of his brother, Chauncey-W. Calkins, Esq., during 
which time he prosecuted his literary education. At the age of nineteen he oom- 
menced the study of medicine at the Medical College of Geneva, N.Y., where he 
graduated two years later. He continued his sttidies under Drs. Coates and Bigelow, 
of Otsego. Subsequently Dr. Coates removed to Allegan. Dr. Calkins came with 
him, and, in 1844, he opened an office in this village and continued in the practice 
of his profession thirty years, except one year during the war of the rebellion, when 
he served as surgeon of the 17tli Michigan Infantry. 

^* He enlisted June, 1862, and served through the two battles of Antietam and 
South Mountain, when, hearing of the death of his wife, he resigned. His son 
Frank- Winslow*, was with him all the time he was in the army. 

^' In 1868, Dr. Calkins formed a partnership with Dr. £. Amsden, which con- 
tinued until within a few weeks of his death. 

** In regard to Doctor Calkins' merits as a physician and surgeon, all admitted his 
eminence and proficiency. He was remarkably good and accurate in his diagnosis 
of disease, and as energetic and thorough in its treatment. He seemed almost 
oblivious of his own comfort and health, and literally died a martyr to his profession ; 
for, on being remonstrated with by his friends in regard to his over-exertion, he 
said, ^I must do my duty and leave the result with God.' 

^* The doctor was a decided Christian man. Early in life he consecrated himself 
to science and the worship of God, and he never forgot his duties. If it was possi- 
ble, he was always in his place on the Sabbath. His charities in sustaining the 
institutions of the Church were well known in the chur^ to which he belonged, 
and better still by his pastor. Rev. J. Sailor. 

'^ He was a warm advocate and supporter of every cause and reform tending to 
the elevation and welfare of men. 

"Many, very many, will mourn his loss. Those families he so often visited as a 
ministering angel will most miss thb benefactor of mankind. The church where 
his face was so familiar, and his support so hearty and liberal, will also greatly miss 
him. The various social interests of life that he subserved so well will feel his loss. 
But he has gone. He has crossed the dark river; nor did he murmer at the dispen- 
sations of Providence that called him hence. He would have been glad to remain 
with his family, that he might subserve their interests still more, and carry out 
certain plans he contemplated for their comfort and prosperity. But he was 



^ Desoendania of Johvf Wmslow. 633 

letdy. For thirty-flve yean he had been making tha( preparation, and he could now 
approach the graye ^ like one who wraps the drapery of his conch abont him and lies 
down to pleasaBt dreams.' He leaves a bereaved wife and three children to mourn 
his loss. 

**The doctor was one of the school officers of onr Tillage, and on the day of his 
funeral the several schools were dismissed in honor of his memory. The faneral 
of Doctor Calkins was attended at his late residence, on Wednesday, by a large 
and sympathetic circle of friends. 

'*The faneral exercises were opened by Rev. J. Hamilton, who offered a prayer 
and read from the Scriptures, while the funeral discourse was delivered by Rev. J. 
Bailor, the pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, of which the Doctor was so long 
a member. This discourse was of a most affecting character and paid a high 
tribute to the Christian character of the lamented deceased. The Masonic fraternity 
of our village participated in the funeral cerenioniei.'' 

Children: 

7088. 1« Frank-Winslow*, b. 6 Mar. 1848, Allegan, Mich. ; was married there, 

by Rev. Mr. Judd, 4 Apr. 1870, to Frank-Lenora Dean, of Paw Paw, 
Van Buren Co., Mich., b. 5 Feb. 1850, Ellisburgh, Jefferson Co., 
N.Y., dan. of Dexter-Hall and Lenora-Hunnah (Jenkins) of Decatur, 
Van Buren Co., Mich. Speculator in laud and lumber. . 

Res. 1878, ManitUe, ManiiUs Co., meh. 
Child: 

7089. Maud-Lucy*, b. 28 Nov. 1872, Manistee. 

7090. 3. Frederic-Milo*, b. 19 Sept 1852, Allegan; studied medicine with his 

father's former partner. Dr. B. Amsden, of A. 

Res. 1878, Allegan, Mieh. 

7091. ^. John-Bradbubt*, b. 15 Sept. 1838, Middlebury, Vt. ; died in 1888, Allegan. 

7092. 8. MiLO*, bom and died in Allegan. 

7098 JOHN«, [7041] {John\ NathanisV, J6hn\ Kmdm\ Kendm\) b. 19 July, 
1802, Williston, Yt. ; d. 17 March, 1889, on his passage from Charlestown to New 
Tork, on board the ship An^on^ Capt. St Clair. He was married by Rev. Mr. Blod- 
get, Richmond, Vt., 11 Oct 1825, to Betsey Brownson, b. 26 July, 1805, R., dau. of 
Judge Joel, of R. She died 18 July, 1886, Potsdam, N.Y., and was there buried. 
He was married 2d, by Rev. Mr. Woodbury, Kalamazoo, Mich., 24 July, 1888, to 
Margaret-Emily Sergeant, born in Morristown, N.J., dau. of David and Margaret 

( ) of Parsippany, N.J. She died 27 Feb. 1872, Morristown, and was buried 

there. He had a store in Brandon, Yt, with his cousin Henry* Devereaux [6969]. 
In 1835 he left Yermont for Ann Arbor, Mich., where he remained a short time; then 
removed to Kalamazoo, Mich., which place be was at last obliged to leave on account 
of in health. He was a member of the Congregational chnrclu Dry goods 
merchant. 



634 Descendants of John* Winslow. K 

Children: 
7094. 1. Frances-Eltzabeth', b. 1 Oct. 1881, Richmond, Vt. ; d. 19 Mar. 1886, 

Kalamazoo, Mich. § 

7096. 2. Emily-Josephine', b. 38 Jan. 1885, Ann Arbor, Mich.; d. 15 Mar. 1867, 
Patterson, N.J. She was married by Rev. David-A. Grosvenor, >fedina, 
O., 8 Sept. 1855, to Charles- Frederick Thompson, of New York City. 
Piano and music dealer. . Res. 1878, Brooklyn^ N, Y, 

Child: 

7096. Herbert- Winslow*, b. 11 Dec. 1856, P.; died there, 25 July, 1857. 

7097. 8. JoHh'-Bond', b. 26 Mar. 1889, Parsippany, N.J. ; d. 2 May, 1887; m. by Rot. 

H.-C. Hollowell, at the Eng. Lutheran Church, Cumberland, Md., 11 June, 
1872, to Sue Troxell, b. 23 July, 1852, Flint Stone, Alleghany Co., Md., 
dau. of John and Christiana (Spouseller) of Cumberland. He was brought 
up by his uncle George-T. Cobb, of New York, afterwards of Morristown, 
N.J., and followed banking as a business. He became a member of the 
Methodist church in Morristown. Was ass*t quartermaster U.S. Vols, 
for four years and nine months. With him the name of Winslow becomes 
extinct amon^ the descendants of his grandfather, John* Winslow [7034]. 

Cumberland^ AUeghany Co.. Md, 
Child: 

7098. Herbert-Markley*, b. 22 June, 1878, Cumberland. 

7099. DELANA', [7042] {John^, NathanUf, John\ Kenelm\ Kenelm\) b. 16 Aug. 
1805, Williston, Vt. ; m. Medina, O., 20 Jan. 1834, Henry OBKSBY, M.D., b. 80 
Jan. 1805, Fairlee, Vt., s. of Ebenezer, of Copley, Summit Co., O., b. 8 May, 1771, 
Salisbury, Conn., m. 22 Oct 1797, Asenath Allard, b. 11 Not. 1766, Woodstock, 
Conn. He attended lectures at Cincinnati, C, and there received his diploni.o, 
October, 1881 ; commenced practice in 1882, in Hudson, Ohio. Physician, and after- 
wards farmer. Res. 1887, Medina^ O, 

Children: 

7100. 1. LucT-TowN», b. -24 Apr. 1886, Dover, O. ; m. Medina, 6 Oct. 1859, Egbert 

Oreen, b. 24 Feb. 1881, Pineville. Oswego Co., N.Y., s. of Barton and 
Polly-Ann (Allen) of Oswego, N.Y., afterwards of Sharon and Medina, 
O. Farmer. Res. 1876, Medina, 0. 

Children : 

7101. 1. EUen-Almira*, b. 21 Dec. 1861, M. 

7102. 2. Harry-0rm8by% b, 28 Jan. 1864, M. 

7108. 8. Ormsby% b. 18 Oct. 18—; d..20 Apr. 18—, aged six months. 

7104. 2. £llbn-Almiba% b. 26 Jan. 1842, M. ; d. 6 Nov. 1864, M. 

7105. MARY-LORAINE«, [7045] (John\ NatfMniel\ John*, KenfJm\ Ken^m',-) b. 
25 Feb. 1814, Willtston, Vt. ; married there, 28 Oct. 1883, CUrk EABLB, b. 10 



Earhy Oantt^ Vradenhurg. 



686 



July, 1807, Westford, Vt, 8. of Alpheus and Urana (Stone) of WiUiston. Justice of 
the peace. Carpenter and joiner. Res. Kalamazoo, end, 1878, Mnrquette^ Mick, 

Children: 

7106. 1. Helen-Maria% b. 9 Sept. 1834. Williston; m. Kalamazoo, 9 Sept. 1852, 

James-L. CJantt. They had three children, two of whom were living in 
1873. Printer; e?tal)liahed and edited a paper at Dowagiac, Mich. 

Res. Downgiac, Mich., and, 1873, Baltimore^ Md, 

7107. 2. Charles-Mason- WiNSLow', b. 19 Feb. 1836, Williston; m. Detroit, Mich., 

6 Aug. 1856, Nettie Shrekgast, of Port Jervis, N.Y., b. 25 Apr. 1884, 
Andover, N. J., dau. of George and Anna (Robinson) of A. She died 1 
Jan. 1869, Marquette, Mich., and was their buried. He married 2d, 
Manchester. Mich., 29 Mar. 1870, Marie-Nettie Bessac, b. 8 May, 1841, 
dau. of Wm.-IIenry, M.D., and Mary-Jane (VVhaley) of M. He was for- 
merly an editor and printer; published the KaUimazoo Gazette^ in 1855-6; 
started Lake Superioi' Netos, in Marquette, Mich., 1859, and published it 
till 1861, when it was sold and merged into the Mining Jouimal^ which 
was published in M. in 1870. He has been judge of probate, county 
clerk, register of deeds, and city recorder. Grocer and prorision 
dealer. Res. 1878, Marqu€tte^ Mich. 



7108. 
7109. 
7110. 
7111. 
7112. 
7118. 
7114. 
7115. 



7116. 

7117. 
7118. 



Children born in Marquette: 

1. George.Clark% b. 14 Oct. 1858. 
9. Anna-Mary*, b. 18 Mar. 1860. 

3. Nettie-May % b. 11 Dec. 1862. 

4. Marion-Emma*, b. 19 May, 1865. 

5. Charles-Mason*, b. 81 Aug. 1868. 

6. Rena-Bessac*, b. 7 Mar. 1871. 

7. Herbert-Rowe*, b. 19 Sept. 1872. 

8. FRAKCsa-ELizABETH^ 1). 20 May, 1888, Kalamazoo, Mich.; married there, 

19 Oct. 1858, James-Henry Vradenburg, born in Esopus, N.Y., son of 

Piatt and Sarah-Eliza (Powell) of Warren, Litchfield Co., Ct. Farmer. 

Res. Kalamazoo and Lansing, Mich.; Kent, and, 1873, Danbury^ Conn, 

Child: 

Nettie-Elizabeth*, b. 19 Oct. 1862, Kalamazoo. 

4. HENET-CiJkRE^ b. 8 Oct. 1840, Kalamazoo; died there, 18 Mar. 1851. 

5. John-Edgar\ b. 8 Aug. 1848, Kalamazoo; m. by Rev. J.-N. Elwood, Mar- 

quette, Mich., 18 May, 1868, to Jennie Shrekgast, b. 6 May, 1850, Hack- 
ettstown, N.J., dau. of George and Anna (Robinson) of Marksborough, 
Warren Co., N.J. He enlisted in the 2d Mich. Inf., Co, I, in 1862, as a 
private; was honorably discharged in the fall of 1864, and receWed a 
commission as 1st Lieut, in the 1st Mich. Mechanics and Engineers, 
-which position he held until the close of the war. lie was ii prisoner at 



636 Descendants of John* Window. K 

Andenooville three months, and was one of the few saved on board the 
ill-fated StLUana^ which was blown up on the Mississippi Riyer. Mer- 
chant. Res. Kalamazoo and Marquette, Mich., and Denver, Colorado. 

P.O., 1873, SpaniBh Peakty Colorado, 
Children born in Marquette: 

7119. 1. Nettie-Mary% b. 8 Mar. 1869. 

7120. S. Edgar-Clark*, b. 26 Nov. 1870; d. 21 Aug. 1872, and waft buried in 

Marquette. 

7121. 8. Fannie% b. 18 Oct. 1872. 

7122. 6. Fredbuick-£uqenb% b. 80 Mar. 1848, K.; d. 10 June, 1868, Marquette. 
7128. 7. Hebbert-Clark', b. 1 June, 1862, K. Book-keeper for his brothers. 

7124. HARRIET-NEWELL*, [7046] {John\ Nathaniel*, John\ Kendm\ Kendm\) 
b. 1 Jan. 1820, WiHiston, Vt. ; ni. Medina, Medina Co., O., 22 Dec. 1887, Alanson- 
Livingston PEAKS, b. 2 May, 1808, Warren, Herkimer Co., N.Y., s. of Elijah and 
Thankful (Thorpe) of Herkimer, N.Y. He died 15 Apr. 1873. Merchant in Colum- 
bus. She res. 1878, Medina, O. 

Children : 

7125. 1. Harribt-Isabel% b. 8 Dec. 1888, M«; died there, 7 Mar. 1844. 

7126. 2. Frances- Jo8EPHiNB% b. 20 June, 1840, M. ; married there, 10 Oct 1866, 

Roscoe-Emerson Bedway, b. 29 Mar. 1887, Stowe Comers, Summit Co., 
O., 8. of Daniel and Abbie (Van) of Washington, D.O. Newspaper 
editor. Res. 1878, Washington, D.O, 

Children born in Medina: 

7127. 1. Winnifred-Helen*, b. 1. Aug. 1867. 

7128. 2. Ralph-Peake*, b. 17 Feb. 1870. 

7129. 8. Mart-Ja17B% b. 21 July, 1843, Medina, 0.; married at M., 6 Oct 1869, 

John-Lewis Browne, b. 24 Jan. 1843, Flint, Mich., s. of Daniel-E. and 
Harriet (Lewis) of F. Lawyer. 8. p. Res. 1875, Wamogo, Kcmsas. 

7180. 4. Helbn-Loui8E% b. 8 Sept. 1845, Medina; died there, 18 June, 1869. 

7181. JONATHAN', [1219] {Nathanief, John\ Kenelm\ Kenslm\) b. 9 May, 

1769, Salisbury, Conn. ; married Polly Spoor, dau. of Capt. John and Lydia ( ) 

of New York State, and sister of Lydia Spoor, wife of Jared* [7137]. Farmer. 

Res. St. Albans and Willistou, Vt.; and, about 1831, MacUid^ JST.T. 

Children : 

7189. Parmkla, married Pease. 

7188. Torry-B. 
7184. Sarah. 
7186. { Maria. 
7136. (Sophia. 

[One of these daughters probably married Hosnoer* Winslow [7166].] 



J4m^ Window cmd DeecendarUa. 



637 



7187. JARED*, [1220] {Naihamd\ John\ ITeneM, Kenelm\) b. 9 June, 1771, 
SaliabaTy, Conn. ; d. 2 Nov. 1852, Waukegan, IlL ; married Lydia Spoor, dan. of 

Capt. John and Lydia ( ) of New York SUte. She died' in 1846, Freedom, 

Cattarangas Co., N.Y. Farmer. WiUUUrn^ VU 

Children: 

7188. 1. Therok*, b. 10 Apr. 1795, TTnderhill, Vt; d. 20 Sept 1867, WilKston, 

Vt. ; married there, 4 Apr. 1819, Dolly Ingalls, bom probably about 
1800, at W., dan. of Asa and Edith (Elliot) of W. She died 4 Sept. 
1832, Norfolk, N.Y. He married 2d, Montpelier, Yt., 20 Jan. 1886, 
Josephine-Phebe (Kingsbury) Colver, widow of John Colver. She was 

bom 1 Aug. 1800, Plainfield, N.H., dan. of Joseph and Sarah ( ) of 

P. She died 5 Apr. 1868, Williston. Mr. Winslow was called* into actual 
service in the war of 1812; served fourteen days, and was then dis- 
charged, in 1818. Farmer. He was justice of the peace in Stockholm, 
now Norfolk, in 1829, having moved there 8 Mar. 1820; remained there 
nntil May, 1888, when he returned to WiUUtan^ Vt 

Children: 

7189. 1. Julia-Ann*, b. 11 June, 1820, Stockholm; died, *and was buried at 

Burlington, Vt. 

7140. 2. Jason-Steams% b. 22 Mar. 1822, S. ; d. 6 Oct. 1844 or '5, Williston. 

7141. 8. George-IngalU', b. May, 1824 or '5, S.; m. Williston, Feb. 1846 or '7, 

Elizabeth Bnrbanks, of W., who died November, 1850. He mar- 
ried 2d, at W., September, 1854 or '5, Sarah IhcBiraey, of^ W., and 
emigrated to Waukegan, 111., the same falL Farmer. 

Res. 1869, Deipand^ lU, 
Children: 

7142» 1. EUen-Jan^j bom between August, 1849 and '51. 

7148* 2. Isaae-Kimball^, b. Nov. 1868, Waukegan, 111. 

7144. 8. €ha/rW^ b. Nov. 1860. 

7145* 4. Lucretia-Judith\ b. 80 July, 1827, Stockholm, N.Y.; m. Williston, 

11 Sept. 1846, George Phelps, of South Hero, Yt., b. 20 June, 
1823, 8. of Benajah and Catherine (Starks) of S.H. 

Res. 1870, South Hero, Vt. 
Children: 

7146. 1. % b. Feb. 1851; died soon. 

7147. 2. Bgbert-Amn^, b. 21 Feb. 1854; d. 18 Aug. 1856, South Hero, Yt. 

7148. 8. e<m\ b. 12 Nov. 1859; died soon. 

7149. 4. Emmo'Trm^^ b. 4 Dec. 1861. 

7150. 5. LiUi^LmiUe^ b. 20 Sept. 1864. 

7151. 0. Ida-Oertrud^, b. 12 Jan. 1866 or '7. 



638 Descendcmta of Jared^ Window. K 

7152. 5. Charles-Powers', b. 22 Sept. 1831, Stockliolm, N.Y.; m. Westboro, 

Mass., 1853, Lucy-Kichardson Holdeu, b. 29 Mar. 1834, Rutland, 
Mass., dau. of Joseph and Sarah (Sanders) of R. In 1861, he raised 
a full company of men, of which he was elected 1st Lieutenant, 
and assigned to the 18th Regiment. In August, 1862, he was com- 
missioned 1st Lieutenant of Co. E., 51st Regt M.y.M. (nine months 
men), under Col. A-B-R Sprague, of Worcester, and assigned jto 
the 18th Army Corps, under General Foster; went to Newbem, N.C., 
and accompanied the corps on several expeditions in that state, 
participating in the battles of Kingston, Whitehall, and Goldsbor- 
ough ; was mustered out at the expiration of his time of service, 27 
July, 1863. In August, 1863, he accepted a captaincy of militia, formed 
in Westboro, and in April was ordered to service for ninety days 
to do garrison duty in State defences ; was posted at Read- 
ville, to do general duty at the United States Convalescent 
Hospital; was discharged 3 Aug, 1864; was appointed Captain, 
Co. E., 4th Mass. Heavy Artillery, 12 Aug. 1864, and discharged 
17 June, 1865. Farmer and boot-finisher. Expressman between 
Boston and Westboro several years, previous to 1861, at which date 
he bought a mill in North-western Illinois, which was burned in 
February, 1862, when he returned to Westboro, He resided a few 
months with his brother-in-law, Mr. Phelps, at South Hero, Grand 
Isle, Vt., afterward at Williston, Vt., Southboro andUpham, Mass. 

Children bom in Westboro : 

7153. 1. Etaline-AMia^ b. 16 Apr. 1858. 
7164. 2. Frederic-Eugent^, b. 15 Oct. 1861. 

7155. 3. Oecn-ge-Alberf, b. 4 July, 1869. 

7156. 6. Capt. Hiram-Arro*, b. 19 Nov. 1836, Williston, Vt ; married. May, 

1859, Ednah-Adelia Barnes, of Canajoharie, N. Y. After her death 
he married, at Deerfield, N.Y., 21 Oct. 1869, Catherine Walker, 
dau. of Daniel. In 1861, he joined the 53d Regt. N.Y. Vols. ; was 
elected 1st Lieut., and soon made Captain of his company. He was 
in three hard battles on the Peninsula, but received no harm. He 
served ten months or more, when, having received intelligence of 
his wife's illness, he threw up his commission, and arrived at home 
but a few days before her death. Druggist. 

Res. 1870, Canajoharie, N,T, 

7157. 7. Sarah-Dolly^ b. 26 Apr. 1838, Williston; m. Winooski Falls, Vt, 6 

Feb. 1860, Rev. Albert-Briggs Truai:, of Colchester, Vt, b. 28 

Feb. 1835, Swanton, Vt., s. of George ard Elizabeth ( ) of S. 

In 1804, he was itinerating on St Albans District, in Bakersfield, 
Vt, and res. West Berkshire, Vt 1873, WnUrbury^ R 

Children : 

7158. 1. WiQmr-AlpTumac^, b. 23 Sept 1861, Underhill, Vt 

7159. 2. Ador Emily*, b. 9. Nov. 1864; d. 8 Oct 1865. 

7160. 8. Josephine-Elieabeth; b. 8 Oct 1868. 



7163. 


3. 


7163. 


4. 


7164. 


5. 


7165. 


0. 



K JSifniaU^ Judson^ Whipple, Gage, Lowe, DiUey. 639 

7161. a. Hiham', b. 6 July, 1797, St. Albans; married, September, 1823, Sarah 
Shaw. Res. Madrid, N.Y., and, 1878, Oha^fldd, FiUmar^ Co., Hum. 
Erastus*, b. 34 Jan. 1800, St Albans; in 1873 was unmarried. 
Mahlt*, b; 18 Oct 1802; died nnmarried, 6 Apr. 1855, W. 
Jason-S*., b. Sept 1804, Williston; d. 8 Sept. 1820, Stockholm, N.Y. 

Eko€h«, b. Sept 1806, Williston, Vt ; married Pease. 

Res. 1878, Chatfidd, Minn. 

7166. 7. HosjfBR*. bom in 1808 ; married ^ dan. of Jonathan Winslow, probably 

[7181], Res. 1878, Ohatfidd, Minn. 

7107. 8. EMiLT»,.b. 35 June, 1813, Williston; m. Burlington, Vt, 80 Oct 1884, 

T»aac-Applin Kimball, b. 18 Oct 1810, Cambridge, Vt, s. of Amos and 

Lucy (Saunders) of Glover, Vt, until 1816, afterward of Burlington Yt 

Res. 1870, WauJcegan, Lake Oo.^ IIL 
Children born in Mt. Morris, N.Y. : 

7168. 1. Bmily-Amanda', b. 18 Oct 1835; d. 9 Apr. 1836, Mt Morris. 

7169. 3. Amanda-Bmfly\ b. 35 Nov. 1837; d. 29 Aug. 1888, ** 

7170. 8. Betsey-Sophia', b. 80 Dec. 1839; d. 17 Apr. 1840, " 

7171. 0. Habbt*, b. Sept 1814, Williston; married . 

Res. 1878, Martin Ccuntiif^ Minn. 
7173. 10. MiBON*, bom in 1816, W. ; In 1873 was unmarried. 

*-7173. CHARITY', [1331] {Nathanid\ John*, Kendm^ KeMim\)h. 14 Dec. 1774, 
Salisbury, Conn. ; died in 1846, Madison, Lake Co., O. ; married, in 1789, Enoch 
JTXBeOK, b. 1764, Williston; d. 1840. He was a prominent and highly respected 
citizen. Farmer. 

Res. Williston, Vt, Huron, Huron Co., O., and Maditon, Lake Co,, 0. 

Children: 

7174. 1. Orlo, [7178] b. 1791; d. 1847; married Abigail Reed. 

7175. 3. Elvira, [7187] b. Apr. 1794 or '5; d. 3 June, 1871 ; m. Wesley-Burnhara 

Wliipple. 

7176. 3. LoviKA, [7311] b. 17 l^ay, 1796; d. 14 Apr. 1871; m. Mosea Gage. 

7177. 4. Ethan, [7336] b. 1800; d. 1845; m. Fanny Curtis. 

7178. ORLO*, [mi] (Charity^ (Winslou)) Judson, Ifatfumid^, John*, Keruim^ 
K€ndm\) bom in 1791, Williston, Yt ; d. 1847; married Abigail Reed* 

Children : 

7179. AUBILLA. 

7180. Elvira, 

7181. Layinia. 
7183. Mabt. 

7183. Mandaka. 

7184. Harriet, marri^ Lowt. Res. 1878, Ohagrin FoXU^ Cuyahoga Co., O. , 

7185. Charitt, manied Dilley. Res. 1878, Ohardon, Geauga Co., O. 

7186. Ehoch. 



C40 Descendants of Charity* (Winslow) Judson. K 

7187. ELVIRAS [7175] {Charity^ iWiMlm) ^MdMon, Nathaniel , John*, Ke/,elm% 
Ketielm\)h, Apr. 1794 or '5, Williston, Vt. ; d. 2 June, 1871, Hillsdale, Hin8dale 
Co., Mich., and was buried there. She married at W., in 1812, Wesley-Burnham 
WHIPPLB, b. 30 Sept. 1788, Danvers, Mass. ; d. 24 Mar. 1869, HiUsdale, and was 
buried there. Justice of the peace in Williston. Shoemaker and farmer. 

lies. Williston, Vt, Russell and Thompson, Geauga Co., 0., and HUUdale^ Mich 

Children: 

7188. 1. GEOR6E-CRoeHAN\ b. 2 Nov. 1813, Williston; was married in Kirtland, 

Lake Co., 0., by Rev. Truman Coe, June, 1840, to Clarion-Alluvia Hoag, 
born in 1815, N.V. ; d. Dec. 1840, Newburgh, Cuyahoga Co., O., and 
was there buried. He was married 2d, by A-H. Brainard, at Bedford, 
Cuyahoga Co., O., 19 Sept 1841, to Selinda-Nancy Brainard, dau. of 
John and Lucinda (Gofif) of B. Township trustee; teacher for over 
twenty years, afterward a farmer. Res. Williston, Vt, till 1832; Rus- 
sell, Geauga Co., O., till 1857. 1876, Thompwti^ Qeaxtga Oo.^O. 

Children : 

7189. 1. Judson-Brainard*, b. 29 Sept 1842, Bedford, O. 

7190. 2. Guernsey-GoflP, b. 12 Jan. 1847, Russell, O. 

7191. 8. Marion-Clara», b. 7 Oct 1851, 

7192. 2. Henby-Ethan', b 2 Aug. 1816. Res. lS7d, 3fendaeino^ Mendocino Oo.<, Cal, 

7193. 3. Eliza-Mitchkll', b. 29 Apr. 1818, W. ; m. Elislia Hartson; m. 2d, Char- 

les Evans, who was living in 1873. Res. OnoelL, Ashtabula Co.y O, 

7194. 4. Laviki A Judson', b. 11 Mar. 1820, W. ; married Cooper. 

Res. 1873, Mendocino, Cal, 

7195. 5. Emily-Sanford', b. 7 Nov. 1821, W. ; died Nov. 18—, Kewanee, 111. ; m. 

Samuel-Smith Stone. 

7196. 6. STKPiiEN-GrRAKD', b. 5 Nov. 1823, W. ; was Lieut Col. in the war, and 

stationed in California. In 1873 he was in the regular army, and in the 
Indian war as Captain; 1877, was Captain Ist U.S. Cavalry. 

Add. Foi^t Walla WaUa, Washington Territory. 

7197. 7. Delia-Ray\ b. 17 Oct 1825, W. ; married Wheelock. 

Res. 1873, Oakland City, and, 1877, Cloterdale, Sonoma Co., OaL 

7198. 8. Almiba-Balcom', b. 15 Oct 1828, W. ; was married by Rev. Noah Barrel^ 

Chardon, Geauga Co., O., 12 Sept 1850, to Simon-Jaqua Henry, b. 20 
Apr. 1820, in Pennsylvania, s. of John and Polly (Jaqua) of Bainbridge, 
Geauga Co., O. [See Benjamin^ Parsons MemoriaL] 
Res. Huntsburg and Bainbridge, 0. 1873, HiUsdaU, MUsdale Oo.^ MiA. 

Cliildien: 

7199. 1. Julia-Maria*, b. 21 June, 1861, Huntsburg. 

7200. 2. Susan-Janette*, b. 20 Apr. 1858, Bainbridge. 

7201. 8. Libbie-Almira*, b. 1 Dec. 1854, *» 

7202. 4. WilUam-Mason*, b. 10 July, 1850, »• 

7203. 5. Elvira-Elbertene*, b. 24 Dec. 1859, " 



^ Oag^^ Green^ Peck^ Amailon. Gil 

7204. 1>. Ekocs-Judbon^ b. 17 Nov. 1830, Williston; died onmnrned, 4 Oct. 1873, 

Cloverdale, Cal., and was there buried. Rancher. Res. Mendocino, CaL 

7205. 10. Wb8Let-Btjknham% b. 80 Mar. 1838, Russell O. ; d. 8 Feb. 1885, R. 

7206. 11. 8AinjBL-BuRNHAM% b. 27 Sept. 1886, Russell; d. 16 Dec. 1868; was killed 

in battle near Rutledge, E. Tenn., and buried in National Cemetery. 
He belonged to Co. G., 2d Ohio Cay., and held the office of Corporal. 
He was married by Rev. Mr. Stevens, Brecksville, Cuyahoga Co., O., 2 
Dec. 1856, to Sarab-Ann Rice, b. Feb. 1887; died of consumption, 2 
Jan. 1872, at Thompson, Geauga Co., 0., and was there buried. 

Children : 

7207. 1. Asa-Milford', b. 7 Sept. 1857, Thompson. 

7208. 2. Anna-Marian% b. 10 Dec. 1859, ** 

7209. 8. 8amueI-Ashley% b. 14 Dec. 1861, Bainbridge. 

7210. 12. Lucy-Hom', b. 8 Mar. 1840, Russell, O. Res. 1875, HiUsdals, Mush. 

7211. LOVINA", [7176] {Charity* i Window) J\xdMon, Nathaniel^ John*, Kenelm\ 
K€ndm\) b. 17 May, 1796; d. 14Apr.l871, Geneva, Ashtabula Co., 0., and was buried 
there. She married at Madison, Lake Co., C, in 1820, Moses GAGE, b. 14 Feb. 
1790, Herkimer Co., N.Y.; d. 29 May, 1841, Madison, O., and was buried at Geneva. 
Carpenter and joiner. Res. Madison, 0. 

Children bom in Madison: 

7212. 1. Ethan-Allen*, b. 26 Apr. 1822; was married by Rev. Mr. Webb, Perry, 

Lake Co., O. , 21 Mar. 1849, to Catherine-C. Herrick, dau. of Alderman 
B. and Theda-Ann (Sweet). Joiner. 

Res. Delafield, Waukesha Co., Wis., and, 1875, Genna^O. 
Children: 

7213. 1. Ida-Irene*, b. 4 Mar. 1850, Madison, O. ; d. 9 Mar. 1872, Geneva; 

married, 29 Jan. 1867, Charles-E. Green. 

Children: 

7214. 1. MinnU- Gertrude, b. 7 Nov. 1867. 

7215. 2. Mary-QToc^, b. 10 Aug. 1869; d. 14 July, 1875. 

7216. 8. IdorMaud*, b. 25 Sept. 1872. 

7217. 2, Myron-Ethan*, b. 7 Jan. 1852, Delatieid, Waukesha Co., Wis.; was 

married by Rev. Mr. Wescott, Geneva, 3 June, 1874, to liosa Pierce. 

Child: 

Harry-E^.y b. 11 Apr. 1875. 

8. Kate-Herrick*, b. 29 Dec. 1853, Delafield. 

4. Annie-Ellsworth*, b. 8 June, 1868, Waukesha. 
LucT-E'., b. 11 Nov. 1825, Madison. 
Myrok-W., b. 26 Mar. 1827, ** 

Lucy- Ann', b. 14 Oct. 1828, »» ; married Peck. 

Ai>aijnr\ b. 18 Sept 1881, ** ; married Axnadon. 

Myron- Winslow', b. 8 Jnlv 1884, Madison. 



7218. 




7219. 




7220. 




7221. 


2. 


7222. 


8. 


72^8. 


4. 


7224. 


5. 


7225. 


6. 



642 Deacendcmts of Charity' {Winslaw) Judaan. K 

7226. ETHAN*, [7177] {Charity (Wtmbui) Judton, JfatAonirf*, Jo1in\ Egndm\ 
Kendm\) bom in 1800: diod in 1845, Madison, Lake Ca, O. ; married Fanny Curtis. 

'Children : 

7237. Sabah, married Wndaworth. Res. 1878, PainMoilU, Lake Oo.^ 0. 

7228. Lucius-K Res. 1878, BMtUng, HUUdale Oo. Mick. 

7229. RHODA», [1222] {N(Uhaniel\ John\ Kendfn\ Kendm\) b. 7 May, 1777, 
Salisbury, Conn. ; d. 16 June, 1862, Stockholm, N.Y. ; married, 24 July, 1800, 
lUlph-Parker STSABNS, b. 19 Aug. 1778, Rockingham, Yt., s. of Eleazer. He 
died 26 Apr. 1868, Stockholm. Held many offices in the county, both civil and 
military. s.p. Res. Stockholm^ St. Lawrenee Co., N. T. 

7230. BETHIAH', [1225] (Prtnctf*, John\ Kenelm\ Kenelm\) b. 27 Aug. 1765, 
Sheffield, Mass. ; d. 4 Oct 1858, Preble, Cortland Co., N.Y., and was buried there. 
She was married by Rer. Mr. Dempster, Florida, N.Y., 1 Dec. 1789, to Amos 
SKEBLE, b. 27 Sept. 1766, Richmond, Berkshire Co., Mass., s. of William and 
Rhoda (Cogswell) of R He died 4 Oct. 1841, Preble, and was there buried. He 
was a volunteeriin a Massachusetts regiment the last two years of the Revolutionary 
war. His father served seven years in the same war; held a commission as a wagon- 
master. Justice of the peace, supervisor, and farmer. 

Res. Duanesburgh, Schenectady Co., N.Y., till 1808, then removed to iV«Wtf, S. F. 

Children: 

7281. 1. Frincb-Winslow*, b. 8 Nov. 1790, Florida, Montgomery Co., N.Y.; died 

in 1819, in Missouri. He was a soldier in the war of 1812. He married 

Burr, dau. of John. She died in Cortland ville, Cortland Co., N.Y. 

Res. Florida and Pret)U, N. T. 
Child: 

7282. Jnlia-Ann\ bom in 1815; married Richard-D. Comwell. 

Res. 1874, Giniland, N. T, 
7238. 2. Cynthia*, b. 22 Oct. 1792, Florida, N.Y.; d. 16 Sept 1811, Preble, N.Y. 
7284. 8. Abigaii/, b. 15 Feb. 1795, Duanesburg, N.Y. ; m. Preble, 18 Jan. 1825, 
Luman* Winalow [7289]. 

7235. 4. William- W*., b. 22 Jan. 1797, Duanesbuig; has been twice married, but 

we have not the names of his wives. Res. 1874, Himer, 29. T. 

Child by Ist marriage : 

7236. William'. Conductor on the Iron Mountain R.R., Mo. 

7237. 5. Hikam', b. 27 Oct. 1799, Duanesburg; d. 18 Dec. 1829, Preble. 

7288. 6. Iba*, b. 14 Feb. 1802, " ; was married by James Oparell, Esq., 

Spafford, Onondaga CoJ, N. Y., 4 Mar. 1830, to Mary* Winslow [7885J, 
b. 81 Jan. 1808, Florida, N.Y., dau. of Ira* and Triphena (Watennan) 
' of Preble. Farmer. Resided in Preble, where he held the following 
offices: justice of the peace, supervisor, judge of the court, assistant 
three years, and member of assembly in 1849. 

Res. 1874, Wayne, Steuben Co., N. Y 



^ Descendants qf Prince* Window* 643 

Caiildren: 

TOa». 1. CynthiarC»rdablo% b. 10 Jan. 1881, Preble; was married by Rer. 

Gardner Clark, at P., 4 Apr. 1851, to Henry-Sneyder Fuller, b. 
Apr. 1826, Tully, N.T., 8.. of Matthew and Blizabeth (Sneyder) of 
T. He died 22 Not. 1860, Syracnse, N. Y., and was buried in TuUy. 
Lawyer and District Attorney. Res. Preble and Gortlandyille, 
Cortland Co., K. Y. She res. 1874, 8yraeu$ef Onondaga Co., If.Y. 
Children born in Syracuse: 

7340, t Henry-Sheel^, b. 21 Jan. 1852. 

7241. 2. Herman-Mattheui^ b. 23 Oct. 1853. 

7242. a. Htlen% b. 8 Aug. 1835, Preble; was married there, by Rer. Samuel 

May, 8 June, 1857, to Charies-Ring Hiner, b. 10 Jan. 1881, New 
York City, s. of Daniel-Kimble and Frances (Howell). Supervisor 
and fanner. Res. 1874, Wayne^ Steuben Co,^ N. T. 

Child: 

7243. GhcarlM-mmtH^, b. 9 May, 1872, Wayne. 

7244. 7. Dr. Samukl*, b. 27 Oct 1805, Preble; d. 26 Sept 1851, Jefferson County, 

Ho., and was there buried ; married, in that county, . Physician 

and surgeon. Res. Preble, Cortland Co., and Tully, Onondaga Co., 
N.Y., and Jefferson Ca, Mo. P. O. add. Bereulanaumy J^, (Jo.yMo. 
Children: 

7245. Cora'. 

7246. Mary\ 

7247. Amos\ Mayor. Res. 1874, De Soto, Jeff. Co., Mo. 

7248. Dr. Samuel-Coleridge*, b. 16 Nov. 1830, Plattin, Jeff. Co., Mo. ; mar- 

ried, 3 Aug. 1863, Maggie-Aurc lia Long, b. 24 July, 1840. Deputy 
County Surveyor of Jefferson Co., Mo., four years; has also been 
County Surveyor of Monroe Co., III. 

He was practising medicine and res. 1874, Waehmgton Co,^ Mo. 
Children: 
7240. 1. Wimamr Arnold, b. 9 Nov. 1865. 

7250. 2. \8amneUSt.0lairance,^^^j^^^^^ 

7251. 8. } Man/'J^Olair, 



}'■■ 



7252. STEPHEN* [1226] (Princ^, John\ Kenelm\ Kendm\) b. 29 June, 1767, 
Sheffield, Mass. ; married there, 1796, Lydia Kellogg, born in Sheffield. They re- 
moved from that town to Bloomfield, Ontario Co., N.Y., in 1796; moved to Lima, 
in the same county, in 1810; started for Sandusky, O., 1811, but IBnding, while 
vinting on the way at Batavia, N. Y., that there were increasing prospects of war, 
decided to remain in B. Mr. Winslow was soon after taken with a prevailing epi- 
demic, and died 2 Jan. 1812, Batavia; was buried at West Pembroke, N.Y. 
' Farmer, and held several town offices. After her h.usband*s death, Mi-s. Winslow, 
with her children, moved' to Preble, Cortland Co., N.Y., and, aliout 1816, married 
Amos Blood, and resided in Alexander, Gknesec Co., N.Y. In 1836, they removed 
to Scio, Washtenaw Co., Mich., where she died in 1840. 



Cll Desooidafits of Stephen^ WindaiJO. 



ft 



Children: 



7258. Sabka*, died January, 1866, aged 72, Machias, Cattarangos Co., N.Y. ; 
married, about 1812, Samuel King, who died about January, 1872, in 
Yorkshire, Cattaraugus Co., N.Y. They had eleven children, ten of 
whom were living in 1871. Res. Tcrhihire^ N. Y, 

7254. SoFHBONiA*, married •— — Hawkinfl, They had a daughter, who died; 

and two sons, fine business men, who were residing, in 1871, iit 
Ypsilanti, Mich. Res. 1872, TpsUarUi, Mich. 

7255. Clarissa*, died aged 12 years. 

7256. MiRON*, died Mar. 1864, Freeport, Stephenson Co., III. ; was buried at 

Ridott, Stephenson Co., HI. 

7257. MiKBRYA*, b. 15 Jan. 1801, Sheffield, Mass. ; m. Alexander, Grenesee Co., 

N.Y., Ueorge Judd, whose parents resided in Bethany, K.Y. Farmer. 

Res. 1872, Freeport^ Stephenton C^., Ill 
Children: 

7258. Sophronia', bom in Bethany, N.Y. ; married . 

Res. 1872, SUpheMtm Co., IIL 

7259. Maria^ bom in Bethany, N.Y. ; married . 

Res. 1872, Stsphensan Co.y lU, 

7260. Maiy% bom in Batavia, N.Y. ; married . 

Res. 1872, Hardin Oo,^ Icua, 

7261. Horner^ bom in Ypsilanti, Mich. ; married . 

Res. 1872, Stephemm Co., lU. 

7262. Sarah*. 

7268. Charles*, died Aug, 1862, and was buried at Ridott, HI. 

7264. Ira*, married , and had one son and three daughters. 

Res. 1872, Leslie, Ingham Co., Mich. 

7265. Rkv. Fredbric-Caklostinb*, b. 12 July, 1808, East Bloomfield, N.Y; m. 

Preble, N.Y., 31 July, 1880, Mary-Anna Forbes, b. 12 Mar. 1812, Wil- 
mington, Vt., dau. of John and Anna (Sawyer). She died 24 Aug. 
1868, Freeport, Me. He has been in the Methodist ministry about 
thirty years. Gloved to Illinois in 1836, when the city of Chicago was 
a military post of about one thousand inhabitants, and the country full 
of Indians. Settled in Freeport, now a city of 9,000, when there was 
only one other family in the place. Res. 1872, Freeport, IIL 

Children : 

7266. !• Cornelia-Frances', b. 24 Feb. 1840, Silver Creek, Stephenson Co., 

m. ; grad. Northwestern Univ., Evanstou. III. 

7267. 2. Marcelia- Augusta*, b. 1 Nov. 1847, Nelson, Madison Co., N.Y. ; d. 28 

Feb. 1864, Freeport, 111. 

7268. 8. Dr. Frederic-Carvooso', b. 6 Oct. 1850, Cuyler, Cortland Co., N.Y. ; 

grad. Northwestern Univ., Evanston. ^ 

7269. ABIGAIL*, [1227] {Princ^, John*, Kenelm\ fCenelm\)h. 12 June, 1770, 
Sheffield, Mnss. ; married Charies NICHOLS, aiul died soon afterw.nnK in Vor- 



K DwSoendcMi^ ^' Prince^ Window. 64d 

mont; was there bmried. After her death, Mr. Nichols married 2d, Electa Skeele, 
coosm of Amos, husband of Bethiah* [7230]. They both died at Gi*anviUe. Their 
childreQ were Horace, Abigail, Bertram, and Mary-Ann. Hotel-keeper. 

Res. Granville, Vt. 
Child: 

7270. MnuAM, died aged 47; married Seymour Trowbridge, who died s.p. 

7271. DIADEMA*, [1228] {Prinet^, John\ Kenelm", Kendm\) b. 28 Feb. 1772, 
Sheffield, Mass. ; married Eliphalet HOLMAN, who died in the fall of 1849, aged 
about 84 years ; and was buried in Ohio. Farmer. 

Children: 

7272. Anna. 

7278. ANDiiKW-WmsLOW. 
7274.. Chabi.ottk. 

7275. Sarah. 

7276. Maria. 

7277. Marcus-Eliphalet, b. about 1812, Utica, N.Y. ; d. 16 May, 1874, St 

Joseph, Mo. ; m. 17 May, 1881, Cynthia* Winslow [7388], 

7278. JARED», [1229] (Prince^ John\ Kendm^, Kenelifi\) b. 10 Apr. 1774, Shef- 
field, Mass.; d. Dec. 1863, Hillsdale, Columbia Co., N.Y., and was buried there. 
He was married by Rev. Mr. Morse, at H., 19 Apr. 179.5, to Lucy Culver, of H., b. 
7 Nov. 1776, Green River, N.Y ; d. 12 Sept. 1858, Hillstlale, and was imried there. 
He removed while young to Green River, township of Hillsdale, N. Y. 
Wtis Captain of militia in 1812, and elected Colonel after the war was over; 
was many years justice of the i)eace in Hillsdale, and member of the N.Y. Legisla- 
ture in 1841. Blacksmith and farmer. Res. Slieffield, Mass., and Ilillttdaic, A". Y. 

Children : 

7279. 1. LuMAN, [7289] b. 18 Sept 1795; d. 30 Dec. 1863; m. Abigail Skeele. 

7280. 2. Charles, [7295] b. 9 Alar. 1797; d. 1872; m. Ann Goodrich. 

7281. 3. Miriam, [7803] b. 29 Apr. 1799; d. 21 Nov. 1850; m. Lyman Walker. 

7282. 4. Mary, [7312] b. Dec. 1800; m. Alva Crippen ; m. 2d, William Knowles. 

7283. 5. AuJEiiT, [7345] b. 10 Nov. 1802; d. 5 Jan. 1878; m. Pluma-Amelia 

Hill. 

7284. 6. CoRNKLiA-HoLROYD, [7848] b. 26 Mar. 1805; m. 21 Aug. 1831, Albert 

Xing. 

7285. 7. Jabed-Goodrich, [7855] b. 6 Mar. 1807; m. 15 Oct. 1834, Charlotte Dick 

son. 

7286. 8. Lucy, [7858] b. .*> Apr. 1809; m. Dr. Caleb Hubbard; m. 2d, Henry 

James Sedgwick. 

7287. 9. Sauah-Ann, [7359] b. 7 Mar. 1811; m. 21 Nov. 1831, Sidney-Alonzc 

BushnelL ^ 

7288. 10. Seymour, [7368] b. Aug. 1818; d. Nov. 1863; m. Sylvia Millai-d. 



646 Lwma/rC and ChaHes^ Winslaw K 

•7289. LUMAN*, [7279] (Jared", Princ^, John\ Kenelm^ K0nslm\) h. 18 Sept 
1795, Sheffield, Mass. ; d. 80 Dec. 1868, Hillsdale, N. Y. He was married by Ber. 
Matthew Harrison, Preble, N.T., 18 Jan. 1825, to Abigwl* Skeele [7284], b. 15 Feb. 
1795, Doanesburgh, Schenectady Co., KY., dau. of Amos and Bethiah* (Wlnslow) 
of Preble.. Blacksmith. Beceived the old farm at Hillsdale, N. Y. 

Children: 

7290. 1. Chabub8-Samuisl\ b. 18 Oct 1825, Preble; ul Canaan, Oolnmbia Co., 

N.Y., 14 July, 1850, Elizabeth Macomber, dan. of Nathaniel and Anna 
(Maxwell). Bes. 1878, Kinderhooh Columbia Oo.^ if. T. 

Child: 

7291. Hiram-Benedict*, b. 28 Aug. 1851. 

Bes. 1875, GuUderland, AJhany Co., N. T. 

7292. 2. Ira-8keelb% b. 80 Dec. 1827, Preble; m. Virgil, Cortland Co., N.Y., 

Sept. 1851, Maria Chevalier, dan. of Christian and Louisa (Gay) of East 
Virgil, N. Y. Bes. 1873, Senaea FalU, N. T. 

Child: 

7298. Luman-Edward*, b. 16 Apr. 1858. 

7294. 8. HiRAM% b. 25 July, 1881, Cortland, N.Y. ; in 1875 was unmirried and 
resided on the old farm of Jared* Winslow [7278]. School commission- 
er of the 2d Assembly District of Columbia County; was elected in 1869, 
and re-elected in 1872. Bes. 1875, Oreen Bwer, if. T. 

7295. CHABLES*, [7280] (/a»di», Prino6\ John*, Kenslm\ Kmdn\) b. 9 Mar. 
1797; died 29 July, 1872; married in Sheffield, Mass., 1 Jan. 1821, Ann Goodrich, b. 
9 Mar. 1798, at S., dau. of Joseph and Ann (Herrick) of S. He was in the forwarding 
business ; owned boats running from Cleveland to Chicago. Bes. Clec^ndy O. 

Children : 

7296. 1. Luct-Ann», b. 28 Mar. 1822, Green TUver, N.Y. ; m. Cleveland, O., 21 

Nov. 1840, Cornelius-Lansing Bussell, born in Salem, Washington Co., 

N.Y., s. of David and Alida (Lansing) of Lansingburg, N.Y. 

Hcs. Olei>elandy 0. 
Children bom in Cleveland : 

7297. 1. Cornelia*, b. 10 Aug. 1841 ; was married byBev. J-C. White, in Cleve- 

land, 2 Apr. 1872, to Luke lAScelles, b. 29 Oct 1848, Dalton, York- 
shire, £ng., s. of John and Mary (Picard) of D. 

Bes. 1877, 12 LivingtUm Place, N. T. 

7298. 2. Charles-Winslow*, b. 20 Feb. 1844; d. Apr. 1878, Cleveland; m. there, 

Jane Colvin. Bes. Cleodondy O, 

ChUd: 

7299. ChrruiUarAMa\ b. 7 Mar. 1872, Cleveland. 

7800. 8. Alida*, b. 4 Oct 1845. 

7801. 4. Lansing*, b. 22 June, 1855. 

7802. 2. CoRNKLiA% b. 10 Jan. 1829, Preble; d. 19 Oct. 1837, Cleveland. 

. 7803. MIBIAM*, [7281] {Jared^, Princ^, John\ Kenchn\ Kenelm\) b. 29 Apr. 
1799, Hillsdale, N.Y. ; d. 21 Nov. 1850, Milan, Erie Co., O. ; married at Hillsdale, 5 



K WalkeTy Williame^ Weaver, Chnjpjjen^ Knowles. 647 

Not. 1823, Lymau WALKBB, b. 80 May, 1799, TuUy, Onondaga Co.,. N.Y. Tliey 
resided in Onondaga County from 1822 to 1842, with the exception of 1887-8, when 
they lired in Homer, Cortland Co., N.Y. In 1842 they moved to Ohio. 

Rei. 1870, Ahnepeey WU. 
Children : 

7804. 1. Chaiilottb-Cobkblia% b. 12 Ang. 1828, Tally ; married in Ohio, Sept 

1848, Josepb-P. Williams. They resided in Milan till the spring of 
1860, then went to New York City, where he was engaged in mercantile 
bosineas until 8ept 1862, when he died, and his wife returned to Ahne- 
pee. Wis., and died about 1871. 
Children: 

7805. Martha*, married Weaver. 

7306. Henry*. 

7807. 2. Charles-H£NRT% b. 5 Sept. 1828, Tolly; married Eliza Whittlesey. He 
graduated at Western Reserve College, Hudson, O., 12 Sept. 1850; 
studied law with Judge Chatfield, in Kenosha, Wis. ; was admitted to 
the practice of law in 1858, and soon after established himself at Mani- 
towoc, Wis. In 1855 was elected to the Legislature of the State, and 
again in 1856; in the spring of 1857, was elected county judge of Mani- 
towoc Co. In 1862 he was commissioned captain, raised a company of 
volunteers, and joined the 21st Wis. Reg. ; was promoted to the rank of 
Major; accompanied Sherman in his march through the Southern 
States, etc. After the expiration of his term of service, was discharged, 
and, in 1873, was practicing his profession at ManiUnooCy WU, 

Child: 

7308. Lois*. 

7309. 8. jARED-WmsLOW*, b. 2 Feb. 1888, Tully; d. 11 June, 1854, Toledo, 0. 

7310. 4. LucY-ANN^ b. 8 Apr. 1835, '* ; d. 8 June, 1886. 

7311. 5. Horace\ b. 8 May, 1888, Homer, N.Y. ; after his mother's death, resided 

with his sister, Mrs. Williams, in New York, and was in a whole- 
sale store until the winter of 1861, when he went to Manitowoc, 
Wis., to visit his father and brother, and in April, 1861, volunteered, 
and joined the 5th Wis. Regt. He was elected 1st Lieut, in Co. A., 
and went into the Army of the Potomac ; was promoted to the rank of 
captain, and engaged in nearly all the battles of that army, up to the 
time of his death. He received a number of severe wounds (one of 
which was in his right shoulder, from which the ball was never extracted) 
in the seven-days' fight before Richmond, and was killed in the battle 
of Rappahannock Station, Ya., 7 Nov. 1868. 

7812. MARY«, [7282J (Jared^, Prlnc^,John\ Kenelm\ Keneim\) b.81 Dec. 1800, 
Hillsdale, K.Y. ; married there, 81 Mar. 1819, Alva OBIPPEN, b. 8 Aug. 1796; d. 
18 Mar. 1846, Barre, N.Y., and was there buried. Clothier. She married 2d,* 
Knowlesville, N.Y., 29 Aug. 1861, William KNOWI#ES. Res. Barre,Orleans Co., 
IHUsdttle, Columbia Co., Clarkson, Monroe Co., and Attica, Wyoming Co., N.Y. 

1874, KnatcIestUU, iV. T. 



648 Descendants of Ja/red^ Winslow. K. 

Children: 
7818. 1. Ahk-Thakb*, b. 22 Jan. 1820, AnsterlltJi, N.Y. ; m. Barre, N.Y., 2 July, 
1845, Gershom-O. Holdridge. Res. 1869, Le JS^, N. Y. 

Children: 

7314. 1. Mary.Rebecca', b. 20 Sept. 1846, Riga, N.Y. 

7315. 2. Ger8hom-Alva% b. Feb. 1849, " 

7316. 8. Charles- Winslow', b. May, 1851, *• 

7317. 4. Marthn-Ann«, b. Jan. 1854, *' 

7318. 5. Louisa-Adell*, b. 1856, Canaan, Mich. 

7319. 6. A-Lincoln', b. 7 June, 1861, Wyoming, N.Y. 

7820. 2. Cornelia*, b. 8 May, 1823, Austerlitz; m. Barre, N.Y., 18 Dec. 1844, 

Julius-C. Cotton, b. 2 Jnly, 1820, Attica, N.Y.; d. 19 Mar. 1875, Oak- 
land, Cal. ; and was there buried. Builder. Res. 1875, Oakland, Cat, 
Children : 

7821. 1. Frank-Eugene^, b. 21 Mar. 1846, Attica, N.Y. ; was married by Rev. 

L. Hamilton, Oakland, CaL, 28 Dec. 1878, to Maggie Beat^e. 

7822. 2. Florence-Cornelia*, b. 1 May, 1849, Attica; was married by Rev. J- 

0. Fillmore, 16 Aug. 1871, to Alfred- W. BurreU. 
Child: 
7323 Graee-WinBhu^, b. 16 Jan. 1874. 

7324. 8. Henry-Crippen% b. 9 Apr. 1852, Oconomowoc, Wis.; d. 29 May, 

1852. 
7825. 4. Jared-Crippen', b. 14 May, 1855, ** 

7326. 6. Ernest-Julius", b. 18 Oct. 1859, Roche-a-Cri, Wis. 

7327. 6. Mary*, b. May, 1861, 

7328. 7. Charles-Earle*, b. 1865, Carson Valley, Nevada Ter. 

7829. 8. Jared-Win8L0w\ b. 5 Apr. 1825, Austerlitz; m. Attica, N.Y., 27 Nov. 
1855, Rosa-O. Beman. Conductor on a Western railroad. 

Res. 1869, Milwaukee, WU. 
Child: 
7380. Nellie-Beman*, b. 8 Sept. 1859, Milwaukee. 

7331. 4. Alakbon-D£Lo88\ b. 26 June, 1828, AusterliU; m. Attica, N.Y., 81 July, 
1855, M-Adelia Smith. Res. 1869, Wareaw, ^. Y. 

Children bom in Knowlesville: 
7832. 1. Frank*, b. 20 Mar. 1860. 

7883. 2. May*, b. Oct. 1863. 

7884, 3. Ina*, b. May, 1865. 

7385. 5. LucY-WiNBLow', b. 8 Sept. 1830, Attica; d. 8 Dec. 1865, K.; married 
there, 4 Oct. 1855, Ira-M. Luther. 
Children: 
7836. 1. Homer*, b. 20 Sept. 1836, Sacramento, Cal. 

7387. 2. Frank-J*., b. 27 Sept. 1858, Placerville, Cal. 

7388w 3. Nellie-Nevada*, b. 17 Aug. 1860, Carson Valley, Nev. 

7339. 6. RoBERT-£]iM£TT\ b. 14 Apr. 1884, Attica. Res. Milwaukee^ Wi». 

7840. 7. Hei!KY-Cottos% b. 20 Oct. 1836, Attica; married in Nevada, December, 
1865, Dorcas Olds. Res. 1869, MounUtin Lodge, liec. 



^ CoUuiiy Kluy^ Ilhcock. 649 

Child: 
7341. Nettie', b. 10 Dec 1866, Nevada. 

TSia. 8. Mary-Lovi8A% b. 11 Apr. 1889, Attica; was married by Rev. J-J. Ward, 
Ridgeway, N.Y., 13 Sept. 1859, to Edgar-Brainard Gk>tton, b. 29 Dec. 
1835, Attica. He died 29 Nov. 1862, Ridgeway, N.Y., and was buried 
there. Merchant She res. 1875, KnowUnilU, JV. F. 

Child: 
7343. Kate', b. 7 June, 1860, Oconomowoc, Wis. 

7844. 9. Irad^ b. 18 Sept. 1841, Barre, N. Y. ; died there, 14 Sept. 1848. 

7345. ALBERT*, L7288] (Jared\ Prince\ John\ Kenelm\ Kendm\) b. 10 Nov. 
1802, Hillsdale, N.Y. ; d. there, 5 Jan. 1873. He married at H., 25 Nov. 1825, 
Phema-Amelia HilL b. 1805, Alford, Berkshire Co., Miiss., dan. of Jonathan and 

(Wilcox) of A. She died Oct. 1865, Monterey, Mass., and was buried in Bar- 

rington, Berkshire Co., Mass. Merchant and Deputy SherifL 

Res. Hillsdale, N.Y., and for 25 years before he died, in New York City, 

Child: 

7346. Col. Albert-Henry^, b. 10 May, 1828, Hillsdale; was married by Rev. 

Henry Olmstead, Brauford, New Haven Co., Conn., 3 July, 1855, to 
£llen-MC. Squire, b. 29 Apr. 1832, at B., dau. of Orrin-D. and Annie 
(Frisbie) of B. He was Colonel of the 8th Ohio Vols. ; served three 
years and two months ; was in the Second Corps of the Army of the Po- 
tomac during that time, and received honorable mention in all the great 
battles and skirmishes of that corps from 22 June, 1861 to 25 July, 1864. 
Merchant. U.S. Deputy Marshal. Has resided in several towns, coun- 
ties, and states. Res. 1874, New Tcfh Oily. 
Child: 

7347. Hubert-Holcombe", b. 17 May, 1856, Branford, Conn. ; d. there, 18 

Oct 1859* 

7348. CORN ELI A-HOLROYD*, [7284] (Jared\ Prine^, John\ Kendm\ KeMlm\, 
b. 26 Mar. 1805, Hillsdale, N.Y.; m. Green River, N.Y., 21 Aug. 1881, Albert 
KINO, of Suffield, Ct., b. there, 14 Sept. 1800, s. of Fidelio and Elizabeth 
(Granger) of S. He died 25 Aug. 1862, Tully, N.Y., and was buried there. He 
removed to thattovfn in 1831. Merchant She res. 1874, Syraouae^ NT. 

Children: 

7349. 1. I8ABELLA\ b. 21 Jan. 1884,* Tully; d. there, 9 Jan. 1885 

7350. % CoRNELiA% b. 17 Dec. 1836, •* ; m. by Rev. B. Morley, at Tally, 22 

Nov. 1860, to Frank Hiscock, b. 6 Sept. 1834, Pompey, Onondaga Co., 
N.Y., 8. of Richard and Cynthia (Harris) of P. Lawyer; District Attor- 
ney in 1875. Res. 1875, Syracuae^ N T. 
Children bom in Syracuse : 

7351. 1. All>ert-King«, b. 22 Oct 1862, 

7352. 2. Fidclio% b. 13 Apr. 1860. 

7353. 8. Elizabeth', b. 2 May, 1842, Tully; in 1875 was-unmarried. 

7354. 4. Fidelio', b. 81 Oct. 1840, Tully; d. there, 20 Oct. 1865. • 



650 Descendants of Jared^ Wmslow. K 

7355. JABED-GOODRICH*, [7285] (Jared^, Prine^, John*, Kendm\ Emdm\)h. 
6 Mar. 1807, Hillsdale, N. Y. ; was married by Erastua Corning, Salina, Onondaga 
Co., N.Y., 15 Oct. 1884, to Charlotte Dickson, b. 10 Oct. 1813, Middlefleld, Hamp- 
shire Co., Mass., dau. oi John and 31artha (Gleason) of S. , Supervisor and member 
of Wisconsin Ter. Legislature. Res. Green River, Tully, and Liverpool, N. Y. ; also 
Weston, Mass. ; removed to Bcloit in 1843. 1873, Beloit, Wu. 

Children: 

7356. 1. Charles-Dickson, b. 1 July, 1835, Salina ; m. by Rev. Fayette Royce, Beloit, 
Rock Co., Wis., 10 Sept. 1872, to Mary-Ingols Manchester, b. 22 Apr. 
1836, New York City, dau. of Otis and Hannah (Ingols) of B. Hard- 
ware merchant. Res. Salina, N.Y., and Weston, Mass. 

1873, Behni, WU, 

7867. 2. Rbv. Lyman-Wai.kkr, b. 16 Sept. 1840, Salina; grad. Beloit College, 

Beloit, Wis., 1803; Andover Theo. Sem. 1867; went horseback across the 
plains to Qalifomia, for his health, in 1868, and was pastor of the Congro- 
gational church at Hydesville, Cal., from April, 1869, till April, 1872; re- 
tamed during the summer, and in October went to Peshtigo, Oconto Co., 
Wis., as acting pastor of the Cong. ch. Res. 1873, Penhtigo, Wis. 

7858. LUCY*, [7286] (Jar^, Prino^, John\ Kendm\ Kenelm\) b. 5 Apr. 180», 
Hillsdale, N.Y. ; m. Tully, N. Y., 19 Mar. 1883, Dr. Caleb HX7BBABD, of Liver- 
pool, N.Y., bom in Cortland, 8. of Solomon and Permelia (White) of Cortlandville, 
N.Y. He died 28 Apr. 1853, Syracuse. She married 2d, at Tully, 25 Mar. 1856, 
Henry-James BSBQWICX, b. June, 1817, Pompey, N.Y., s. of Stephen and Anna 
(Baldwin), of P. He died 22 June, 1868, Syracuse Lawyer. 8.p. 

She res. 1874, Syt-acusey N. Y. 

7359, SARAH-ANN*, [7287] {Jar^, Prince*, John\ Eendm\ Kenelm\)h, 7 Mar. 
1811, Hillsdale, N.Y. ; married tliere, 21 Nov. 1831, Sidney-Alonzo BXTSHNBLL, 
b. 12 Nov. 1806, Coeymans, Albany Co , N.Y., s. of John-Hanly and Sally (Prindle) 
of Clarkaon. Res. East Clarkson and JSyracuse, iiT. F. 

Children born in Clarkson : 
7360. 1. Fuances-Elizabbth^ b. 80 June, 1834; d. unmarried, 81 July, 1859, 0. 

7861. 2. Mabiok% b. 17 Nov. 1838. Res. 1874, Symeune, N, T. 

7862. 8. LucT% b. 6 Sept. 1841; m. Clarkson, 15 Oct. 1862, Joseph-Perry 

Jackson, b. 10 Nov. 1840, Brockport, N. Y., s. of William and Mary 
<8mith). Res. 1874, 8L LouUy Mo. 

Child: 

7868. Arthttr-Dean% b. 6 July, 1873, St. Louis. 
7864. 4. FL0BBl^CB^ b. 21 Oct 1846. 

7365. 5. JoHK-WiLLi8% b. 6 Oct. 1849; m. liochestcr, N. Y., 12 Nov. 1872, 
Harriet-Elizabeth Cady. 
Child: 
7866. Sidney*, b. 15 Aug. 1873. 

7367. 6. Henby-Sedgwick', b. 7 Feb. 1853. 



K Wicks^ Trowbridge^ Thomas, Steele, Smith. 661 

7W8. SETMOim*, [7288] {Jared^, Prine^, John\ Kenelm\ Kendm',) b. Aug. 
181«, Hillsdalo, N. Y. ; d. Nov. 1863, Urbana, O. He was married by Rev. Timothy 
Woodbiidge, D,D., HiUsdale, N. Y., 26 Oct. 1884, to Sylvia Millard, of Stockbridgc, 
Mass. [For Woodbndge flonily see Parallel Chart in Appwdie^ pp. 82^8.] 

She res. 1870, Urhana, 0. 

Children: 

7369. Frances, married £-B. Wioks. Res. 1870, UHmuo^ O. 

7370. Emma; is not living. She married Weed or Bead. 

TO71. IRA*, [1280] (Prine^y John\ Kendm^, Kenelm\) b. 7 June, 1776, Sheffield, 
Mass. ; waa named after Ira Allen, brother of Ethan. He died 10 Nov. 1862, at his 
daughter's, in Elbridge, Onondaga Co., N. Y. ; married in Florida, Montgomery Co., 
N.Y., Tryphena Waterman, b. 29 Mar. 1782, Chatham, N. Y. ; d. 4 Mar. 1856, Pre- 
ble, N. Y., and was buried there. She was daughter of Elisha and Mary (Vaughn) 
of C. Saddler and harness-maker: also farmer. 

Res. Florida, Duanesburgh, Schenectady Co., and PrebU^ Carthnd Co , N,T, 

Children: 

7872. 1. Ira*, b. 11 July, 1798, Florida, N.t. ; married . Res. BIgin, 10. 

7373. 2. Brthiah*, b. 2 Feb. 1802, F. ; died in Noble Co., Ind. ; married Samuel 

Trowbridge, who also died in Noble County. 

Children: 

7374. David-D'. Res. 1874, KendaUvUU, Ndt>U Oo., Ind, 

7375. William-H\ ** " 

7376. 8. Matiij>a*, b. 11 Aug. 1804, F; m. by J. Hyde, Esq., Morristown, N.Y., 

5 Apr. 1824, to Elijah Thomas, b. 12 Feb. 1804, Canaan, Columbia Co., 
N. Y., s. of Daniel and Joanna (Holister) of 0. Blacksmith and farmer. 
Res. Morristown and North Russell^ St. Lawrence Oo.^ N.T. 
Children : 

Kate% b. 23 Nov. 1831, Morristown, N.Y. 

Col. Winslow-M»., b. 15 Feb. 1833, M. Res. 1874, Avbum, N. Y. 

Ira\ b. 5. Apr. 1835, M. ; d. 25 Feb. 1852; RusseU, N.Y. 
Loui8a^ b. 1 Feb. 1887, M. 
Sarah', b. 5 Oct. 1839, M. 
Martha\ b. 25 Jan. 1848, R. 
7. Mary\ b. 6 Aug. 1847, R. ; d. 21 Feb. 1878, R. 
HARKiuLir*, b. 8. Aug. 1806, Florida, N.Y. ; married Samuel-C. Skeele, 
and is now deceased. He res. 1874, Cancutota^ N. Y, 

7385. 6. Maby«, b. 31 Jan. 1808, Florida, N.Y. ; m. 4 Mar. 1830, her cousin, Ira* 

Skeele [7238]. 

7386. 6. Sarah-Ann», b. 21 Jan. 1810, Florida; married Willis Smith. 

Res. 1874, EUmdge, Onondaga Co.^ N. Y. 

7887. 7. Charles-Nichols*, b. 18 Jan. 1812, Preble, N.Y. ; married . 

Res. 1874, Lamar ^ Plymouth 0>., Iowa. 

7888. 8. CYXTHtA*, b. 11 Dec. 1814, Preble; was married by Esq. Brown, Morris- 



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652 DeseendanU of Ira^ Winslow. K 

town, St. Lawrence Co., N.Y., 17 May, 1831, to Marcus-Eliphalet* Hol- 
man [7277], born about 1812, Utica, N.Y., 8. of Eliphalet and Diadema* 
(Winslow). He died 16 May, 1874, St Joseph, Richmond Co., Mo. 
Farmer. Kes. Porter, Gallia Co., O., and St. Joseph, Mo. 

1874, arant OUy, Wm^th Co,, Mo. 
Children : 
7889. 1. Maria-LomBa% b. 28 Dec. 1883, Momstown, N.Y. ; d. 22 Apr. 1835. 

7390. 2. Andrew- Jackson^ b. 11 Apr. 1836, at M. ; served three years in the 

late war and was engaged in many hard battles; d. 20 Oct. 1865, at 
Allen's Landing, Perry Co., Mo. 

7391. 8. Maria-Louisa', b. 23 Aug. 1840, Prescott, Upper Canada; was mar- 

ried by Rev. A. Moore, Jackson Co., O., 14 Feb. 1867, to Andrew- 
Jackson Sheridan, b. 4 Sept. 1843, Perrysville, Carroll Co., O., s. of 
Andrew, ,of Jackson, O., who died 18 Apr. 1872, and Margaret 
(Pillars) who died 6 June, 1873. Sewing-machine agent 

Res. 1874, Orant Gityy Worth Co.j Mo 
Children; 

1. OynthiorFiyrena^ b. 28 Apr. 1868, Grant City. 

2. Herbert-MeboiU^, b. 11 Aug. 1870, Savannah, Andrew Co., M«>. 
8. IrarWindou>\ b. 11 June, 1874, Grant City. 

TIyphena-Diadema^ b. 23 July, 1842, Prescott, Canada; d. 26 Mar. 

1866, Porter, Gallia Co., O. 
Jasper-Elipbalet', b. 1 Dec. 1845, Prescott. 
Julius-Augustus% b. 12 Aug. 1848, Porter; d. there, 7 Mar. 1852. 
Marcus- Augustus^ b. 2 May, 1855, Porter. 

7399. 9. Elwha*, b. 9 Dec. 1816, Preble; m. by Rev. Mr. Lewis, Truxton, N.Y., 

9 Sept 1840, to Jane Gilbert, b. 6 Jan. 1818, Middletown,0., dau. of 

Richmond and Catherine ( ) of T. Merchant, postmaster, and 

commissioner of highways. 

Res. Preble, Truxton, and, 1874, Virgil, N. T. 
Child: 

7400. John-E^, b. 5 Feb. 1849, Virgil. 

7401. 10. Abigail*, b. 17 Aug. 1818, Preble; married Egbertson, who is 

deceased. She res. 1874, Syracu^, K Y. 

7402. 11. WnxiAM*, b. 3 Sept 1820, P. ; is not living. 

7403. 12. Miriam*, b. 26 July, 1824, Preble; m. by Rev. Mr. Pagsby, Homer, N.Y., 

16 Jan. 1843, to Egbert-Alanson Wright, b. 21 Aug. 1821, Windham, 
Greene Co., N.Y., s. of Henry and Martha (Egbertson) of W. Farmer. 
Res. Preble, Homer, and, 1874, LUtU York, Cortland Co., N. F. 
Children : 

7404. 1. Anna-Maria', b. 15 Jan. 1844, Preble. 

7405. 9. Harriet-Francelia\ b. 19 July, 1845, atP; m. by Rev. Wm, Cobb, at 

P., 23 Feb. 1864, to David-William Carver, b. 4 Sept. 1889,Spafford, 
Onondaga Co., N. Y., s. of David and 31alissa (Higley) of S. Farmer. 

Res. 1874, Homer, JV. V. 



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•^ Nortooodj Dodge^ Cole. 653 

Children born in Homer: 

1. Frederic-Damd^^ b. 9 Feb. 1865. 

2. EaUie-Augtuta^ b. 18 Oct. 1867. 

Mary-Amanda\ b. 22 July, 1847, Preble. 

Emma-Jane^ b, 17 Feb. 1849, ** 

Lewifl-Corydon', b. 17 Jan. 18o3, •• ; m. by Rev. George-P Tum- 
bull, at Truxton, Cortland Co., N.Y., 21 Feb. 1874, to Martha De- 
vendorf, b. 7 Oct. 1854, Little Falls, Herkimer Co., N.Y., dau. of 
Andrew and Catherine (Stanton) of Herkimer County. Fanner. 

Res. 1874, Homer, If. 7. 

7411. 6. 1 Robert\ b. 20 May, 1866, H. 

7412. 7. *Rollin% b. 20 May, 1866, H. 

7418. JOSIAH», [1371] (5/kw*, Nathaniel^, MthanieP, Kendm\) b. 25 Sept. 
1733; d. 26 Dec. 1778, and was buried at Vinal Haven, Me. He married at Fox 
Island, 15 Dec. 1767, his cousin, Penelope Kent, b. June, 1743, daik of Ezekiel and 
Susanna (Bryant) [Winslow], wid. of Nathaniel* Winslow [1919]. She died 22 Dec. 
1820, Vinal Haven. They settled at Fox Island, now called Yinal Haven, Me., 
1769-70. After Mr. Winslow's death, his widow removed to Camden, 12 Mar. 1812, 
with her son-in-law, Wm. Norwood. 

Children: 

7414. 1. Susanna, [7417] b. 4 Nor. 1768; d. 81 Oct 1848; m. Dr. Ezekiel-God- 

dardDod^e. 

7415. 2. Lydia, b. Apr. 1771 ; d. Sept. 1790, Vinal Haven. 

7416. 8. Debobah, [7451] b. 21 Nov. 1778; d. 81 Oct. 1848; m. William Norwood. 

7417. SUSANNA* [7414] (Jotiah^ Snow*, Ifathanid\ NathanieP, Kendm\) b. 
4 Nov. 1768, Marshfield, Mass, on the farm where Daniel Webster lived and died ; 
d. 31 Oct. 1848, Thomaston, Me. She married there, 21 Aug. 1798, Dr. Ezekiel- 
Goddard DODGE, b. 18 Apr. 1765, Abington, Mass., 8. of Rev. Ezekiel and Mary 
(Goddard) of A. He died 5 Aug. 1819, Thomaston, where he settled in 1790. He 
practiced medicine thirty years; represented the town in the Legislature, where he 
exerted a strong influence. 

Children: 

7418. 1. Nathaniel-Cushino', d. 9 Mar. 1799, the day of his birth. 

7419. 2. E2BKiEL-GoDDARD% b. 29 Aug. 1800; d. 1 July, 1869, Thomaston, Me., 

and was there buried. He married, 18 Dec. 1850, Eliza- Jane Clough. 8.p. 

Res. ThomastoTu, Me, 

7420. 8. Mart-Goddard^ b. 23 Dec. 1801, Thomaston; married there, 20 Jan. 

1825, William CJole, of Nashville, Tenn., bom in Virginia, s. of John 
and Rebecca (Wills) of Tennessee. He died 22 Apr. 1849, in Tennes- 
see. Merchant She has a chair which once belonged to Gov. Josiah' 
Winslow. [See Goo. KdwanV Window MeTnorial.] 

She res. 1872, Thomaetonj Me. 



654 Descendants oj Josiak^ Winslow. K- 

They had thirteen children, of whom three only were living in 1873, vi*: 

7421. Susanna- Winslow*, b. 20 Sept. 1831, Thomaston; married there, as 

2d wife, 6 Dec. 1858, Capt. ArtemasW^d Watts, b. 18 Mar. 1814, 
St George, Me., s. of William and Jane (Henderson) of St. G. 
Postmaster of St George, 1822; Capt of militia; ship-builder and 
master mariner. They moved to Thomaston, Me., in 1828, and 
were residing there in 1875. 

Children bom in Thomaston: 

7422. 1. BandaUrCol^, b. 26 Nov. 1859; d. 24 Feb. 1860, T.' 
7428. 2. Mary-EDa\ b. 9 Apr. 1864; d. 10 Aug. 1866, T. 
7424. 8. Mtmon-Prince\ b. 23 Feb. 1806. 

742o. William- James*, b. 10 Aug. 1885, Thomaston, Me. Commission mer- 

chant at Watsonville, Cal. 1872, San Frandsotfy Cal. 

7426. Eveline-Wood", b. 30 Apr. 1837, Thomaston, Me. ; was married by 

Rev. I-Y. Cool, Santa-Cruz, Cal., 21 May, 1865, to (Jeorgo-Horton 
White, b. 7 Feb. 1830, s. of Horace-Thorndike and Mary (Ransoome). 
Res. 1872, WatMnvilUy Santa Orw Oo,^ OaL 
Children : 

7427. 1. Mary-Elitabeth*, b. 24 Dec. 1865, Watsonville; d. there, 8 Nov. 

1868. 

7428. 8. Eoraet-JavMi?^ b. ^7 Mar. 1868, •* 

7429. 8. WiUiam'SandaU*, b. 18 Feb. 1876, " ; d. 15 Oct 1870, W. 

7430. 4. narrUt-Auguata^ b. 25 Aug. 1871, ** 

7431. 4. Penklope-Wixslow», b. and d. 8 Jan. 1808. 

7432. 5. Josiah', b. 14 Jan. 1804, North Haven; d. 21 Feb. 1849, Thomaston; 

married at T., 27 Mar. 1836, Eunice Graves, b. 18 Oct 1800, So. Thomas- 
ton, dau. of William and ^fary ( ), of T. She died 28 Nov. 1871, 

Santa Cruz, Cal., and was there buried. Merchant; representative to 
Legislature; and captain of militia. lie had in his possession, at the 
time of his death, a sword which once belonged to Gov. Josiah* Wins- 
low. 

Children: 

7488. 1. Josiah- Winslow*, b. 27 Mar. 1836, Thomaston; m. Sacramento, Cal., 

12 Apr. 1868, Ellen-A. Starkweather, b. 25 October, 18—, Battle 
Creek, Mich., dan. of Alfred and Electa-B. (Rees) of B. C. Book- 
keeper. Res. 1872, San Francisco, Oak 
Child: 

7434. William-I?., b. 12 June, 1864, San Francisco. 

7435. 2. Henry -Clay', b. 10 Jan. 1838, Thomaston; m. Watsonville, Cal., 7 

June, 1864, Julia-S. Davis, b. Sept. 1841, Lynchburg, Va., dau. of 
Thomii9-M. and Sarah-B. (Schoolfield). Merchant Res. Thomas- 
ton, Me., San Francisco,' Santa Cruz, San Antonio, and Sun Jose. Cal. 

1872, Wat8onDilU, Santa Cruz Co., Cal. 



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7442. 


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K JJuttoUj Pof^r^ Moodyj Aorwccd, 655 

Children: 

T43«. 1. Maru-EUa\ b. 2e Dec. 1865, W. . 

7487. 2. Wind&vhDanii^, b. 24 Juno, 1870, W. 

74Stt. & Deborsh-Winalow', b. 5 Oct. 1889, Thomaston, Me. ; m. San Fran- 

Cisco, Cal., 2 July, 1866, George Dutton, b. x»0 Aug. 1823, Walling- 
ford. Conn., 8. of Evelyn and Almira (Hough). 

Res, 1872, 8ainta Orw, OaL 
Children bom in Santa Cruz: 

1. Eunice- ASbU^^h, 12 June, 1867. 

2. JC(hein'Julian\ b. 28 Feb. 1870. 
Ezekiel-Goddard', b. 4 Jan. 1842. Res. 1872, Watsontnlle, Oal. 
Mary-Goddarcl% b. 20 Nov. 1848, Thomaston, Me. ; m. Santa Cruz, 18 

Mar. 1861), Danforth Porter, of California, s. of Calvin and Sarah 
(Guile) of Readfield, Me. Stage proprietor. 

Res. 1872, WaUtmoitie, OaL 

Child: 

7448. Frederic-Col^, b. 24 Mar. 1871, W. 

7444. 6. PKNELOPR-KEirr\ b. 6 May. 1806; d. 18 Feb. 1807. 

7445. 7. Thomas- Devek AGE', b. 1 Sept. 1808; d. 8 Sept 1809. 

7446. 8. Robkrt-Goddard', b. 5 Apr. 1810, Thomaston, Me.; m. by Paul-H. 

Stevens, Lincolnville, 3 .May, 1881, Paim-Johnson (Lang) Studley, 
bom in Roches^ter, Mass., wid. of John Studley, and dau. of John 
and Olive (Place) of L. John Lang W4i8 in the Rev. army one year 
and three months. Farmer. Res. 1872^ Calais^ Me, 

Children: 

7447. 1. Susanna- Winslow*, b. 1833, Hope, Me. ; m. Camden, Me., 14 — ^ 

1856, James Moody, of Lincolnville, s. of William, of L. Pump 
mauufacturer. They had ^ve children. Res. 1872, CalnUt^ Me, 

744a. ». Mary-Evaline», b. 3 Mar. 1835; d. 1 Apr. 1838. 

7449. 8. Ezekiel-Goddard', b. 6 May, 1837, Hope, Me.; m. Newton, Mass., 1 

.May, 1861, Olive-E. Morrison, of Natick, Mass., b. 2 Jan. 1844, 
Lyme, N,|I., dau. of Ralph-G. and Almira (Lord) of Natick. Pump 
manufacturer. Res. Natick, Mass., Lyme, N.H., Philadelphia, 
Pa., Hartford, Ct., San Francisco, Cal., and Nova Scotia. s.p, 

lies. 1872, Haverhill, Man. 

7450. 4. William-Cole", b. 11 Oct. 1839, Hope, Me.; married, in 1863, Sarah 

Huntington, of Danville, Me., born in that place, and dau. of 

Charles. She is deceased. They had one son. Pump manufacturer. 

Re& Georgetowii, and, 1872, HaterhUL, Essex Co., Mau, 

7461. DEBORAH*, [7416] {Jo%iah\ Snou>\ Nathaniel^, Nathaniel, Kenelm\) b. 21 
Hot. 1773, North Haven; d. 6 Jan. 1849, Camden, Me. ; married in North Haven, 
8 Jan. 1804, William NOBWOOD, who died 24 May, 1824. His parents settled in 
Vinal Hayeu in 1769 or *70. 3Irs. Mary-G'. (Dodge) Cole writes : * * Mrs. Norwood Iiad 



656 Descendants oj Snow* Winslow. K 

a "Winslow coftt-of-anhs. It is said that the brothers who came over in the May- 
fhfjoer added something in the corner. John^s emblem was the root of a tree; ours 
a doTe, with an olive branch 'in his month." See Appen^^ for Winslow coat- 
of-arms. Merchant. 

Children: 

7452. 1. John-Winslow-Kbnt* b. 27 Nov. 1804; married, September, 1882, Cle- 
mentine Wood. Res. 1871, Camden^ Me, 

7458. a. WiLLiAM-A'., b. 7 Jane, 1807, Windham, Me.; m. Camden, 29 Nov. 1882, 
Evaline Wood, b. 21 Nov. 1807, Waldo, Me., dau. of Ephraim and 
Dorothy (Pendleton) of Concord, 3Ia8s. Res. 1872, Oamdm^ Me. 

Children bom in Camden: 

7454. 1. Ellen-Maria*, b. 10 Nov. 1833. 

7455. 2. Harriet-Winslow', b. 17 July, 188d, 

7456. 8. William-Edwin', b. 10 Feb. 1841. 

7457. 4. Ephraim-Wood*, b. 28 Aug. 1846. 

7458. 5. George-M-Chase', b. 29 Apr. 1849. 

7459. 8. WmsLow', b. 15 Mar. 1809; married 18 Oct. 1838, Emeline-P. Hodgman, 

who is deceased. 

7460. 4. Harribt-Grekn^ b. 28 July, 1811, Vinal Haven; married at Camden, 

Me., 7 July, 1836, GeorgeM. Chaae, b. 16 Mar. 1806, Bradford, Vt, s. 
of Moses and Deborah (Bull) of B. He died 5 Dec. 1855, Sandwich 
Islands, and his remains were brought to Calais for interment. He wus 
a lawyer; Representative and State Senator; and U-8 Consul to the 
Sandwich Islands for two years : was stationed at Lahaina, Maui. 

She res. 1872, Calais^ Washington Co.^ Me. 

Children: 

74G1. 1. George Monroe*, b. 18 May, 1837, Calais. 

7462. 2. Harriet-Norwood*, b. 4 Jan. 1839 " 

7468. 8. William-Ledyard*, b. 23 May, 1841, '* 

7464. 4. Maria- Winslow*, b. 15 Nov. 1843, " 

7465. 6. JoshusrClement*, b. 12 Sept. 1846, Camden, Knox Co., Me. 

7466. 6. Charles-Henry*, b. 10 May, 1849, Calais. 

7407. 7. Julia-Deborah*, b. 4 Sept 1853. 

7408. 5. MAniA-SRi.vKY^ b. 4 Sept. 1813; d. 10 Apr. 1815. 

7469. 0. Jo8inJA-GoDDAiu>% b. 28 Feb. 1816 ; married Marcia-A. Hall. 

Res. 1870, Bodpart, Me. 

7470. DEBORAH*, [1872] {Stunt*, Nathanul^^ Natlmniel^, Kendm\) b. 6 Apr. 
1736; married, 1778, Joseph WATERMAN. Res. Fax Idand^ Me. 

Children: 

7471. Thomas. 

7472. OrjvB, married Eamea 



K Cusliman^ Walker^ Bourne^ Waterman^ Ttipley. 657 

7473. RUTH», [1876] (OZhht*, IfManU^, NcOhanUiP, Kenelm\)h. 14 July, 1739, 
Sdtu&te , Mass.; bap.' 23 July, 1789, Hanover, Mass.; married, 10 Dec. 1767, Eara* 
OOSBXAK, of Marshfield, son of Joshua* (Bobert^^ Thamat^^ Thoma^^ Bobert\) and 
Mary (8oale) of Duaboiy, Mass. She was adopted bj her uncle Nathaniel* Winslow 
[1882]. 

Child: 

7474. Ruth*, b. 12 Oct. 1768; d. 27 May, 1780, aged 21 yean; married Levi 

Walker, b. 9 July, 1766, s. of Isaiah aad Bathsheba (Sherman) of 
^lurslifield, Mass., and brother of Asa, husband of Abigail* Baker. [Ap- 
pendix, p. 41.] He died 20 Dec 1854, aged 88 years. Farmer. 
[ Walker Gen,, p. 874.] MarJ^UHd, Mass. 

Child: 

7475. Ruth-Winslow\ b. 29 Apr. 1787; married Capt William Bourne, of 

Marshfield. Both died within a few yeafs, leaving no children but 
by adoption. Walker Qen,, p. 879. Removed to Knox, Me. 

7476. MAJOR NATHANIEL*, [1377] (O/mhjt*, NiUhtnieJ*, Nathaniel^, Kendm\) b. 
6 Oct. 1741 [Ax. toreoorde cfJosiaJC Windovi], South Scituate, Mass. ; bap. 11 Oct. 1741, 
Hanover, Mass. ; d. 27 Aug. 1808, aged 67 years, S. Scituate, and was buried there. 
He was married by Rev. Thomas Smith, in Pembroke, Plymouth Co., Mass.. 21 Nov. 
1765, Pembroke Bee., to Sarah Hatch, b. 9 June, 1747, in that town, dau. of Isaac and 
Sarah (Little) of P. They were both of Pembroke at the time of their marriage. She 
died 12 Apr. 1826, 8.8., and was buried there. Mr. Deane, in his History of Scituate, 
describes him as ^^a man who inherited the bold spirit of his distinguished ancestors. 
He was a firm patriot in 1776; entered the army, rose to the rank of Major, and ac- 
quitted himself with honor in the southern expeditions. He succeeded to his father's 
residence.^ Ship joiner. BoiUh Scituate, Mass. 

Children, probably sill bom in South Scituate: 
7477. 1. Nathahdbl, [7485] b. 8 Aug. 1767; d. 7 Feb. 1880; m. Clarissa Curtis. 
747a 2. Sabah, [7514] b. 29 Aug. 1769; d. 22 Mar. 1845; m. Thomas Waterman; 
m. 2d, Ebenezer Oopeland. 

7479. 8. "Wai^ter, b. 1772; died early, in South Scituate. 

7480. 4. JofliAH, b. 1774; 

7481. 5. AiniA, [7582] b. 21 May, 1776; d. 14 Aug. 1818; ul Dea. Wm-Potnam 

Bipley. 

7482. 6. Judith, [7587] b. 1780; d. about 1860; m. Elisha Tolman. 

7483. 7. Lydia, [7544J b. 15 Oct 1785; d. 1 Aug. 1828; m. Dr. Anthony Oollamoz^ 

7484. 8. AViKMAM, [7600] b. 8 Jan. 1788 ; d. Jan. 1858 ; ul Sarah>Oushing Waterman. 

7485. NATHANIEL*, [7477] {Nathaniel^, OUtm^, Nathaniel, Nathan^, Kendm\) 
b. 8 Aug. 1767, South Scituate, Mass. ;..d. 7 Feb. 1880, Hanover, Mass., and was 
buried at Scituate. He married, 18 Oct 1796, Clarissa Curtis, b. 1 June, 1777, Han- 
over, dau. of Ebenezer and Mary (Randall) of H. 8he died 81 Jan. 1819, at 8., and 
was buried there. Ship carpenter. Scituate, Mass. 

Children bom* at Scituate, except the youngest: 
7486. 1. Ruth, b. 18 July, 1797; d. 15 Apr. 1884, Hanover, and was buried in 
Scituate. She was unmarried. 



C58 Descendants of NcUlianiel^ Wimloio. • ^ 

7487. 2. Mart, [7492] b. 28 Feb. 1799; d. 25 Jan. 1889; m. James Wright. 

7488. a. Clarissa-Curtis, b. 15 June, 1801; d. 29 July, 1852, Hanover, and was 

buried at Sdtuate. Sl)e was unmarried. 

7489. 4. .Harriet, [7504] b. 7 Feb. 1804; m. 8 Oct. 1829, Ira Stetson, 

7490. 5. ' JosiAH, b. 7 Feb. 1804 ; was married by Calvin Wolcott, Hanover, Mass., 4 

Oct. 1829, to Abigail Curtis, b. 17 Aug. 1806, at H., dau. of Lemuel, of 
H., who died 9 Jan. 1842, and Abigail (Rose), who died 23 Aug. 1853. 
Ship joiner, s.p. Res. 1873, on Washington St., about one mile north 
of the Four Comers, Hanorer, Mass. 

7491. 6. Sarah, [7509] b. 22 Oct 1806, Hanover; d. 15 ^lar. 1S54; m. Wm. Ourtia. 

7492. MART^, [7487] (Ndthanid*, Nathaniel*, Oliver*. N^ithani^, Nathaniel*, 
Kenelm\) b. 22 Feb. 1799, Scituate, Mass.; d. 25 Jan. 1839, South Boston, Mass., 
and was buried in Forest Hill Cemetery. She married James WBIGHT, of South 
Boston, s. of Jesse and Hannah (Ford) of S. He died 22 July, 1841. Ship carpen- 
ter. South Bastoriy JUam. 

Children: 

7498. 1. Mart*, b. 11 Nov. 1818, Scituate; d. 6 Feb. 1819. 

7494. 2. James*, b. 21 June, 1820, South Boston. 

Res. 1873, 311 SUver st., 8ou^ Boston, Mom. 

7495. 8. Mary', b. 20 Feb. 1823, South Boston. 

7496. 4. Clauissa-Curtis', b. 4 Mar. 1825, South Boston; m. as 2d wife, 26 June, 

1846, James-Henry Dickaon, b. 5 June, 1816; d. 26 May, 1851. [He 
married Ist, Sophia Fears, and had a son George-Henry, b. 12 Sept. 
1841, m. 17 Sept. 1868, Lily Rockwood, of N.Y. Their children were: 
1. Jame&-Warren, b. 30 'June, 1870; 2. George-Emrif, b. 18 Nov. 1872.] 
He was son of Samuel-Russell Dickson, who married in 1808, Mary 
Churchill, b. 21 Jan. 1786, and had seven children. 

Child: 

7497. Clara-Geraldine', b. 15 June, 1847; d. 6 A]>r. 1874; married, 11 Dec 

1872, Arthur NeiUon, of Salem. In 1874, he was clerk for George- 
Shattuck' Shaw (a descendant of John^ Winslow: see Memorial). 

112 Wa^UngtonsL, Boiuon, 
x^. Child: 
/ 
7498/ darar-mim^ b. 4 Apr. 1874. 

7^. 5.' William*, b. 1 Apr. 1827, South Boston. 

7500. 6. TH0MAS-FpRD% b. 24 June, 1829, South Boston; d. 26 Apr. 1856. 
/7501. 7. Hbinry», b. 29 Nov. 1831, South Boston; perhaps m. Mai^- Williams* Cur- 
tis. [See 7510.] 

7502. 8. Charles*, b. 22 Dec. 1833, " ; d. 10 Jan. 1839. 

7503. 9. Sarah-J*., b. 28 Apr. 1836, ** ; d. I Jan, 1839. 



K Sf^t^orij Curtisy Wriffht, Watennan^ Copdand. 659 

7504. IIAUUIET, [7489] (Nathaniel^, Nathanid", Oliver*, Nathani^, Nd^nuP, 
Kenelm\) b. 7 Feb. 1804, Scituate; ni. as 2d wife, 8 Oct. 1829, Ira STETSON, of 
AbiDgton, who died about 1871 . They removed to New Bedford in 1833 ; to Western 
New York in 1837; and to Wisconsin about 1858; in 1873 slie resided at 

Waupaca, Waupaca Co., Wu, 

Children: 

7505. 1. Nathan iBi>WiN8L0W, b." Aug. 1830, East Abington. 

7500. 2. Ira-Austin, b. Feb. 1832, " 

7507. 3. Julia-Akn, b. 1834, New Bedford. 

7508. 4. Henry-Josiah, b. 1837, '' 

7509. SARAir, [7491] {Nathtnul*, Nnthtniel\ Olivet^, NtUhanU^, Nathaniel^, 
Kenelm\) b. 22 Oct. 1806, Hanover, Plymouth Co., Mass; dietl there, 15 Mar. 1854; 
was married there, by Calvin Wolcott, 3 Mar. 1833, to William CXTBTIS, of Hano- 
ver, bom in that town, 9 Apr. 1800, s. of Snow and IJatlisbcba (Hatch) of H. He 
died aged 71 years, having always lived in the house in which he was bom. Fanner. 

Hanover, Mom. 

Children bom in Hanover: 

7610. 1. Mary-Williams', b. 27 Dec. 1833; married, 6 Aug. 1862, Henry Wright. 
[See 7501]. Res. Hanover, Ma^, 

Children born in Hanover: 

7511. 1. Willie-Thomas', b. 1 Feb. 1864; d. 8 Feb. 1864, Hanover. 

7512. 2. Charles-Weston*, b. 7 June, 1806. 

751JI. 2. Sarah-Jane", b. 4 May, 1839; d. 16 Feb. 1858, Hanover, 

7514. SARAH', [7478] (iVa«Aa/i/di», Oliver^, Nathaaief?, NatJioniei:', Kenelm\)h, 2% 
Aug. 1769, South Scituate, Mass. ; d. 22 3lar. 1845, 8. Scituate, and was buried 
there. She was married, in her native town, by Rev. David Barnes, D.D., Mar. 1790, 
to Thomas WATERMAN, b. 17 Oct. 1765, 8, 8., s. of Capt. Anthony aud. Deborah 
(Foster) of 8., and grand-son of Thomas Waterman. [See MemoriaU of MarshfiM, 
p. 40.] He was a house carpenter in Scituate. He died 18 Feb. 1792, S. Scituate, 
and was buried there. 

"Capt. Anthony Watcmian came from Marshfield, 1760, and settled on the 
farm that was Capt. Joseph Sylve-ster^s. Here he erected a tannery, and conducted 
the business successfully. He married Deborah, daughter of Joseph Foster of Ply- 
mou^" [For an account of his children see HUt of Scituate, See also 7528.] 

She was married 2d, by Rev. David Bames, D.D., 8. Scituate, Mass., 4 Dec. 
1797, to Ebenezer COFELAND, b. 20 Oct. 1753, 8.8., s. of Josq)b and Elizabeth 
(Tolman) of S.S., having come **into Scituate from Bridge water, 1780, adescendant 
of Lawrence Copeland, an early settler in Braintree. He married Elizabeth, daugh- 
ter of Captain Benjamin Tolman, 1785, and succeeded to the family residence of 
Captain Tolman. It is the place occupied by the family of Ebenezer Copeland *** * 
forty rods east of the Episcopal church hill. Here he built a tannery. The children 
of Joseph C>opeland have been remarkable for longevity.'' Several of them lived to 



660 Descendant of Xaihaniel'' Window. K 

bo more than ninety years of age. For names and details see Rui. of SeituaU, 
Ebenezer Copeland was a tanner and currier. He d. 7 Dec. 1810, S.S., and was 
buried there. His will was recorded in Plymouth, Mass. South Seituate, Mom, 

Children bom in S.S. : 

7515. 1. Capt. Thomas^ b. 20 Mar. 1791 ; d. 24 May, 1861, in his native town, and 

was buried there. He married, in 1819, Olivia-Sylvester Barstow, b. 3 
Aug. 1795, Scituate, dau. of Thomas andLydia (Sylvester) of S.S. She 
died 14 Mar. 1865, S.S., and was buried there. He was captain of 
militia. Ship-carpenter— built several ships at the North River, S. 
Scituate. He resided east of the brook, at the ancient Copeland place. 

South Seiluate^ Mass. 

Children born in S.S. : 

7516. 1. Sylvia-Barstow', b. 20 May, 1821; d. 8 Aug. 1844, S.S. 

7517. 2. Thomas-Barstow', b. 9 Jan. 1830; m. Baltimore, Baltimore Co., Md., 

by Rev. William Speak, 20 June, 1867, to Clara Crooker, b. 16 Apr. 
1850, S. S., dau. of Isaac and Mary- Ann (Conkling) of Baltimore. 
He has held all the town offices, and was a Member of the Legis- 
lature in 1872. Ship-builder. Res. on the old homestead. 

1873, P.O., Hanover^ Four Comsrs, Mass. 
Children bom in S. S. : 

7518. 1. Thomas-Kdwin*, b. 4 May, 1868. 

7519. 2. Oeorgs-Crooher*, b. 31 Oct. 1870. 

7620. 2. Sarah', b. 6 Oct. 1798; died much beloved and lamented, 7 Dec. 1844, 
Hanson, Mass. She was married by Rev. Samuel Deane, S. Scituate, 
25 Dec. 1818, to Rev*. Nathaniel Wales, bom in N. Bridgewater, Mass., 
s. of Thomas and Mary (Hobart) of N.B., gr. s. of Dea. Nathaniel and 
gr. gr. son of Dea, Thomas Wales; both of whom were of Stoughton. 
He studied at Bangor, Me., and, 25 Sept. 1827, was ordained pastor of 
the first church in Belfast, Me., where he died in 1828, and was buried 
in Hanson, Mass. She married 2d, Martin Beal, of Hanson. Furniture- 
maker. Res. 1878, North Bridgewater^ Mass, 

Children : 

7521. 1. Sarah-Copeland', b. 29 Sept. 1819, Hanson, Mass. ; married Joseph-A. 

Wilde, of Campello, Plymouth Co., Mass., a native of that place. 
Res. N. Bridgewater and Campello, Mass. 

7522. 2. Mary-Hobart% born in 1821, Hanson, Mass.; d. 22 Aug. 1838. 
7528. 3. Elizabeth-Frances*, born in 1827, Belfast, Me.; married Charles 

Gardner, of N. Bridgewater. Res. N, Bridgewater, Mass. 

7524. 4. Joseph*, bom in 1835, Hanson, Mass. ; married in N. Bridgewater, 

, and had one daughter. He early enlisted in the war of the 

rebellion, and died at Gettysburg, 30. July, 1863. 

She rc8. iV. Bridgewater. Mum, 



K Turner J Watermatij JScUeSj Sylceater^ Elpley. COl 

75d5. 8. £i.iZABKTii% b. 6 Feb. t800; was married by Rev. Samuel Deane, South 
Scituate, Mass., 31 Dec. 1823, to Capt Joshua-Davis Turner, of Hing- 
ham, Mass., b. 20 Jan. 1796, S.8., s. of Harris and Jael (Whiting) of S.8. 
He died 29 Sept. 1836, at H.. and was buried in Soutii Scituate. He 
was captain of a military company in Hingham. Wheelwrigiit. 

Her P.O. add., 1873, South Hingham, Mass, 
Children bom in Hingham: 

7526. 1. Joshua-Davis*, b. 15 Feb. 1825; m. Ablngton, Mass., byliev. Horace- 

B. Walker, 15 July, 1849, to Hannah-Lovell Beal, b. 24 July, 1826, 

at A., dau. of David and Hannah (Pratt) of A. She died 5 Sept. 

1869, Hingham, and was buried in S. Scituate. Wheelwright 8. p. 

, Add. 1873, South Hingham, M<u$. 

7537. 2. Elizabeth-Copeland*, b. 7 Apr. 1827; d. 16 Jan. 1832, Hingham. 

7528. 4. Huldah\ b. 26 June, 1804; was married by Hev. Calvin Wolcott, Hanover, 

Mass., 6 May, 1830, to Capt James Waterman, b. 19 Feb. 1798, Scitu- 
ate, s. of Anthony, of S. S., and Deborah (Waterman), [She was dan. of 
Nathaniel and Mercy (Otis) of Scituate Harbor. This Nathaniel was 
brother of Capt. Anthony Waterman.] and gr. son of Capt. Anthony and 
Deborah (Foster) of S. Tanner and currier; ** conducts the tannery in 
the southern part of the town, at the ancient Tolman and Copeland 
place." Hist, of Scituate, p. 378. Res. 1850-51, at West Roxbury, also 
res. in South Scituate, Mass. Add. 1878| Eamaver^ Mats. 

Children bom in South Scituate: 

7529. ' 1. Lydia-Copeland*, b. 8 Feb* 1881 ; was married by Rer. Samuel Cutler, 

in St. Andrew's church, Hanover, Mass., 24 Dea 1869, to John- 
Burton Bates, of H., bom there, 17 Feb. 1826, i. of Joseph-Sewell 
and Sarah (Barstow) of H. Merchant. 

Res. 1878, 8(nah Seituate^ Mass, 

7530. 2. Elizabeth-Turner*, b. 2 July, 1838^ d. 26 June, 1856, Hanover; 

was married there, in St. Andrew's church, 81 May, 1855, to Michael- 
Robert Sylvester, b. 84 June, 1825, at H., s. of Michael and Martha 
(Reed) of H. 8.p. He res. 1878, Harumer, Man. 

7581. 8. Ebenezer-Copeland*, b. 1 Mar. 1840; m. at St. Andrew^schuich, Han- 

over, 10 Nov. 1868, Lucy-Abby Barstow, of H., born there, 25 
Ji(h. 1840, dau. of Capt Nathaniel-and Abby (Hanunett) of H. She 
died 20 Jan. 1873, Hanover. Clerk, i.p. Bo$ton^ Mam, 

7582. ANNA', [7481] (Nat:hanid\ Oliv&t*, Nathaniel, NathanuiP, Keftelm\) b. 21 
May, 1776, South Scituate; d. 14 Aug. 1813, Plymouth, Mass., and was buried 
there. She was married by Mr. Deane, at Scituate, 24 June, 1810, to Dea. William- 
Putnam KIPLET, bom in 1776, s. of Nathaniel and Elizabeth (Bartlett) of Ply- 
mouth. Merchant He died in November, 1842, and was buried in Plymouth. His 
will is recorded in that town. His second wife was Nancy (Hatch) March, widow 
of Nathaniel March, of Portland, Me. 



C62 DescendarUs qf JTaihaniel^ Window. K 

Child: 
7583. Akn-Elizabbth\ b. 7 Jan. 1812, Plymouth; was married in Boston, by 
Dr. Blagden, 20 Jnne, 1882, to Andrew-S. Karoh, b. 27 Feb. 1811, 
Portland, 8. of Nathaniel and Nancy (Hatch) of P. Merchant. He 
died 22 Dec. 1854, Roxbury, Mass., and was buried in Forest Hill Ceme- 
tery. Res. Boston, Roxbary, and, 1873, Newton^ Middlesex Co.^ Mas$. 
Children: 

7534. 1. Andrew-S'., b. 24 June, 1833, Boston; married, 5 Nov. 1856, Susan-B. 

Hutchings. After her death, he married, 20 June, 1870, Melissa 
Jencks, of Manchester, N.H. Merchant. Botton, Mate. 

7535. 2. Eliztibeth-R*., b. 26 June, 1835, Roxbury, Mass.; married, 3 Aug. 

1856, George Leonard, Jr., of Boston. 

7536. 8. Annie- Winslow*, b. 18 Oct, 1841, Roxbury; married, 29 May, 1861, 

George- A. Flint, of Boston* 

7537. JUDITH*, [7482] {Nathaniel^, Oliver*, Nathaniel, Nnlhaniel*, Kenelm\) 
born in 1780; died about 1860, Lowell; married Elisha TOLKAN, s. of, probably. 
Charles* of Scituate, who married Mary Sylvester in 1774, and had sons: Elisha, 
who died before 1831, and Charles; and grand-son of Elisha*, who was son of 
^* Captain Benjamin' Tolman, who came to Scituate from Dorchester in 1709. He 
was the son of John^ and grandson of Thomas* Tolman, who came from England 
and settled at Dorchester before 1640." Hut, of Scituate. Elisha Tolman lost his 
life by falling through the hatch of his ship, in the North river of iScituatc, before 
1831. SeituaU, Mas*. 

Ohiidren: 

7588. 1. Mabt, was unmarried in 1878, and lived with her brother, George-Barden\ 

7589. 2. Eluha, b. abt 1813, married . Shipwright. 

Res. 1878, Medford, Mavt. 

7540. 8. Barah-Hatch, married John-Calvin "Wilder, of Hingham, son of John, of 

H. He died in 1873. She res. with her brother, Georgc-Barden^. 

Xy/m, Mtui. 

7541. 4. Gborgb-Babdbn, born about 1820; in 1873 was unmarried. 

Res. LyrM, Maes, 

7542. 5. Judith, married David Wilder, brother of John-Calvin, who married her 

sister, Sarah-Hatcif, and son of John, of Hingham, who died at Hano- 

7548. 6. WiNSLOW, died aged about 14 years. 

7544. LYDIA*, [7483 1 (yiUhaniel^i Oliver', Nathaniel}, mthaniei^, Kenelm\) b. 
15 Oct 1785, South Scituate, Mass.; d. 1 Aug. 1828, Pembroke, Plymouth Co.. 
Mass.; was married by Rev. Mr. Barnes, at S.S., 4 Sept. 1809, to Dr. Anthony 
OOIXAKO&E, of P., b. 15 Jan. 1787, West Scituate, s. of Capt. Enoch* {John\ 
Peter^y Capt. Anthony^^) and Hannah (Cushing) of Gillman Plain, W. Scituate. Dr. 
Collamore graduated at Harvard College, 1805; was justice of the ]>eace, and 
representative to the Massachusetts Legislature. He died 21 Sept. 1847, Pembroke, 
and was buried there. Pembroke^ Mast, 



^ Hdmesj Batch. 6fi3 

Children bom in Pembroke: 

7545. 1. Sophia- Ank% b. 29 Jtmei 1810; was married by Rev. Morrell Allen, at 

P., 17 June, 1832, to Rer. Cyrus Holmes, b. 9 July, 1800, Halifax, 
Plymouth Co., Mass., s. of Nathaniel and Jerusha (Bartlett) of H. He 
died 19 Aug. 1849, Hanover, and was buried there. He was fitted fur 
college at Phillips Academy, Exeter, N.H. ; ^ad. Dartmouth Coll. 1828, 
and at Andover Theo. Sera. 1881 ; was principal of thA academy in Wo- 
bum, from 1831-35. He then liad the offer of the Classical Department 
of the High School in Northampton, Mass., which he accepted. He 
afterward preached for a time, but ill-health compelled him to abandon 
his cherished profession, and in 1840 he moved to Hanover. Mass., and 
was principal of the academy iu that place. He was chosen liy the town 
as Representative to the General Court in 1848-9; after a few months' 
attendance, was compelled to return home on account of his health, and 
died the following August. She was married 2d, by Rev. James Aiken, 
at Hanover, 24 Aug. 1862, to Dea. Darius Holmes, b. 15 Dec. 1802, 
Halifax, brother of her first husband. He is a deacon in the Congrega- 
tional cliurch. Carpenter; also has a large farm. 

Res. Woburn, Northampton, Hanover, and, 1873, Halifax, Masi, 

7546. 1. Elizjibeth', b. 24 Apr. 1833, Woburn; died there, 20 Sept. 1834. 

7547. 2. Cyrus-Collamore*, b. 2 Oct 1836, Northampton, Hampshire Co., Mass. ; 

m. Hanover, Mass., by Rev. James Aiken, 14 May, 1865, to Martha- 
Reed Sylvester, b. 20 Dec. 1839, H., dau. of Michael and Sarah 
(Curtis) of H. He enlisted in the 18th Reg. Mast. Vols. ; was in the 
second battle of Bull Run, and wtis discharged on account of wounds 
received. He was shot in the jaw, the ball passing in on one side 
and out on the other side of his face, taking out a piece of the jaw- 
bone and the under teeth. He soon recovered, and, by the h *lp of 
tlie dentist, has a good set of teeth again. Merchant, and editor of 
a paper published in Newbern, Res. 1878, Newbem^ Oraeen Co.^ N. C, 
. Child: 

7.VIS. Miiihie-Ann*, b. Aug. 1867, Newberm. 

754^. 8. Luther- Wright*, b. 15 Sept. 1839, Halifax; died of yellow fever, 9 

Oct. 1864, aged 25 years and 24 days, at Newbern, N.C., where he 
was engaged in the mercantile business. He was a young man of 
much promise. 

7550. ^ Sophia- Ann", b. 20 Apr. 1842, Hanover; was married by Rev. Edwin 

Bissell, at the residence of her uncle, Sumoer Richardson, Esq., 
Winchester, Mass., H Jan. 1872, to Emmons Hatch, of W., b. 22 
Oct. 1889, Mnrshfiel*], .Mass., s. of Emmons and Beulah (Ford) of M. 

Res. 1873, Wh^hmter, Mass, 

7551. 5. Thomas-Bartlett", b. 14 May, 1844, Hanover; enlisted in the 24th 

Reg. Mass. Vols., for three years; served his full time and received 
an honorable discharge. He was in many battles, but received 
no wounds. In 1873, he was engaged in businen in Silver City, 
Idaho. 



664 Descendants of Lydia*^ ( Window) OoUamore. ^ 

7558. 6. . EUzft^kjUunore*, b. 10 Har. 1848, Hanover; died there, 30 Jnl j, 1848. 

7753. T.'Nancy-CollamoreP, b. 10 Mar. 1848, Haoorer; died there, 31 July, 

1848. They were buried there, in one grave. 

7554. «. Horace^ b. 15 Jan. 1812; m. l^ Simon Clongh, Fall River, Man., 28 

May, 1886, to Kary-E. Chace, b. 16 Jan. 1812, Jamaica, Yt, daa. of 
Simeon and Lucy (Brightman) of Fall River. Deputy Sheriff of Middle- 
•ex Co., which office, in 1873, he had held fourteen years; had been 
selectman and assessor of Wobum six years. Res. Fall River, six yean; 
Westport, four years; Beaton, two years; and in the State of Michigan, 
one year. Rea. 1873, Wolmrn^ Middlamf Ga.y Mats. 

Children: 

7555. 1. Eliabeth-HolmesP, b. 7 Apr. 1887, FaU River; was married, as 2d 

wife, by Rev. Daniel March, Wobum, Mass., 15 Nov. 1860, to 
Francis-H. Knight, b. 11 May, 1831, Lexington, Mass., s. of Lo- 
anmii and Mary (Robbins) of L. He has has been a member of the 
school committee and treasurer of the public library. By a former 
marriage, he has a son Olarence-Crosby, b. 21 July, 1858, Lexington, 
Mass. Carpet-dealer in Boston. Res. Lexington two years; Read- 
ing; Mass., eleven jests, that being hii address in 1874. 

Children: 

755e. 1. Lksie-Loensc^f b. 6 Oct 1861, Lexington, Mass. 

7557. 2. Mary^CdOamor^^ b. 24 June, 1864, Reading, Mass. 

7558. 8. NeOU- WintUm^, b. 23 Oct. 1867, 

7559. 4. Annie-Kdtoina*, b. 28 May, 1869, *• 

7560. 2. Henry-Anthony*, b. 16 May, 1842, Westport, Mass. ; d. there, 14 Sept 

1843. 

7561. 8. Edward-Chace", b. 15 Nov. 1847, Woburn, Mass. 

7562. 4. Horace-Winslow*, b. 20 Sept 1856, Wobum; died there, 6 Apr. 1862. 
7568. 8. Eliza-Hall*, b. 14 Jan. 1814; m. by Rev. Morrell Allen, Pembroke, 

Mass., 22 Nov. 1887, to Sumner Biohardson, b. 7 Mar. 1811, Wobum, 
8. of Thomas and Rebecca (Buckman) of W. s.p. 

Res. 1873, Wiiuihsder, Middlssn Oo., JVom. 

7564. 4. WiLLiAM% b. 80 Apr. 1816 ; d. 15 Oct 1867, Weymouth, Mass., and was 

buried at Pembroke; m. by Rev. A-D. Duncan, Hanover, Mass., 18 

June, 1843, to Ludnda Stetson, b. 11 May, 1823, Green, BCe., d. of Eli- 

sha and Betsey (Barstow) of U. Farmer. 

His widow res. 1873, North Pembroke, Mass. 

Children bom in Pembroke : 

7C65. 1. Ludnda- WilliamsV b. 15 Jan. 1844. 

7566. 2. Charies-Edward*, b. 10 Feb. 1846; d. 19 May, 1848. Pembroke, and 

was buried there. 

7567. 8. Helen-Maria*, b. 20 Feb. 1847; d. 14 May, 1861, Pembroke, and was 

buried there. 

7568. 4. Charles-Edward*, b. 8 Dea 1849. 



^ MitoheUj Richxvrdson^ ColUniutre, (565 

75C9. 5. Morgan-Stetson', b. 26 Jan. 1858; d. 4 Feb. 1854, Pembroke, and 

was boned there. 

7570. 6. Winslow", b. 8 June, 1855. 

7571. 7. Lydia-Winalow', b. 13 Oct 1857. 

7573. 8. Oilman", b. 13 Jan. 1860; d. 33 Apr. 1860, Pembroke, and was bur- 

ied there. 
7578. 9. Nancy-Maria", b. 34 Feb. 1868. 

7574. 10. Flora", b. 34 May, 1865. 

7575. 5. Nancy- WiNSLOw*, b. 37 Dec 1818; m. by Rer. Sereno Howe, at Pern- 

broke. 28 Not. 1844, to Nahum Mitchell, b. 80 Jan. 1818, Marshfleld, s. 

of jHplieth, who died in Marshfield, 1859, aged 88, and Sarah (Holmes) 

who was living in 1874, at the advanced age of 94 years. Shipwright. 

Res. East Boston, Mass., and, 1878, MK^ford, Middlesex Co., Maes, 

Children : 

7576. 1. Ella-Richardson", b. 81 July, 1848, Bast Boeton; d. 8 May, 1859. 

7577. 3. Emma-Winslow", b. 32 July, 1853, " ; d. 20 Aug. 1854. 

7578. 8. Flora-May", b. 1 May, 1858, Medford; d. 10 Aug. 1862. 

7579. 4. Edward-Winslow*, b. 20 May, 1865, Medford. 

7580. 6. Lydia-Winslow^ b. 21 Mar. 1831 ; m. by Rev. Morrell Allen, at Peni- 

broke, 11 Nov. 1840, to John-8. Bichardson, b. 11 Feb. 1818, Woburn, 
Mass., s. of Dea. Calvin and Sarah (Steele). Trader. 

Res. Jeffersonville, Ind., and, 1878, Wineheder^ Mue$. 

Children bom in Wobum, now Winchester: 

7581. 1. Lydia-Ella", b. 3 Aug. 1844; d. 26 June, 1848. 

7583. 3. John-Winslow", b, 15 J.une, 1846; m. by L-G. Barrett, at Winchester. 

3 Jan. 1873, to Rebecca-R. Bumham, b. 8 Dec. 1846, Wobum, dau. 
of Richard and Eliza- A. (Hubon) of W. Butcher. Res. Jefferson- 
ville, Ind., North Andover, Mass., and, 1878, Wineheeter, Maee, 
7588. 8. Adalissa", b. 26 Apr. 1849; m. by R-T. Robinson, Winchester, 6 Oct 

1868, to Joseph Stone, b. 14 Feb. 1842, Boston, Mass., s. of Joseph 
and Lucy-T. (Wetherbee) of W. Fanner. 

Res. 1878, WmehetUr, Mate. 
Children bom in Winchester: 

7584. 1. Marien\ b. 9 Aug. 1869. 

7585. 3. HDward-Ola/i/t(m\ b. 1 Feb. 1871. 

7586. 4. Annie-Steele", b. 80 Apr. 1851. 

7587. 5. Emma-CoUamore", b. 15 Aug. 1854. 

7588. 6. Lillie-May". b. 25 Jan. 1857. 

7589. 7. Sadie-Steele", b. 8 Feb. 1860; d. 16 July, 1862, W. 

7590. 8. Henry-Calvin", b. 1 Dec. 1864; d. 8 July, 1865, Jeffersonville, Ind. 

7591. 7. Theodobe*, b. 6 Sept 1828; ul by Rev. Mr. Bennett, Woburn, Oct 1844, 

to Sarah-Isabella Beers, b. 15 Nov. 1824, at W., dau. of William and 
Elizabeth-Plimpton (Johnson) of W. She died 12 Sept. 1854, Wobum, 
and was buried there. He was married 2d, by Rev. E. Beecher, Boston, 



^66 DeacendanU of Naihanid * WiruiUyw. K 

Mass., 19 Aug. 1859, to Josephine-Augusta Fleming, b. 16 Aug. 18'<)0, 
South Boston, Mass., dau. of John and Ellen (Lane) of 8.B. He has 
been a member of the prudential committee. Was assistant engineer; 
also First Lieut, in Co. F., 6th Reg. Mass. Vols., for nine months. Cab- 
inet-maker. Res.Wobum, Brighton, and, 1873, GanibridgepoH, Middle$ex, 
Co., Mass, ; bus. add. Gamer of Bast BrooJdine and Albany «t*., Botton. 

Cliildren born in Cambridgeport, except the first three, who were bom in 
Wobum: 

769S. 1. William-Anthony*, b. 20 July, 1845 ; m. by Rev. Kinsley Twining, at 

Cambridgeport, 19 Nov. 1868, to Frances-Towne Averill, b. 21 
June, 1850, Castine, Hancock Co., Me., dau. of Charles-Henry and 
Rebecca (Fuller) of Cambridgeport. He served as private in Co. 
E., 60th Reg. Mass. Vols. Inf., for one hundred days, having been 
mustered in 16 July, 1864, and discharged 30 Nov. 1864; was sta- 
tioned at Indianapolis, Ind. In the antumn of 1664, he re-enlisted 
in the 02d Reg. Mass. Vols, for one year, but served only one 
month, from Apr. 5 to May 5, 1865, as the regiment was mustered 
out on account of the close of the war. Organ-action maker. 

Res. Roxbury, and, 1873, CaniMdffipaHy Mau. 

7508. a. Theodore- Webster*, b. 7 Sept 1848. 

7594. 8. Sarah-Isabella', b. 21 Mar. 1851. 

7505. 4. Nellie-Briard*, b. 21 May, 1857; d. 9 Jan. 1860. 

7596. 6. Lizzie-Josie*, b. 29 May, 1861. 

7597. 6. Carrie- WiDslow*, b. 28 Mar. 1864. 

7598. 7. Nellie-Lighthill", b. 24 Sept 18G6. 

7599. 8. Mary-Maud*, b. 24 May, 1872. 

7600. WILLIAM*, [7484] (Nathaniel*, Oliver^ NathaiiieP, yiUhanieP, Kenelm\) b. 
a Jan. 1788, Scituate, Plymouth Co., Mass.; d. 4 Jan. 1853, South Scituate, and 
was there interred. He was married by Samuel Dean, at S., 16 Jan. 1819, to Sarah- 
Cushing Waterman, b. 25 May, 1800; d. 7 Jan. 1854, S.S., and was bur. there. She 
was dau. of Samuel and Sandi* (Cuebing) of Scituate, and gr. d. of Capt Anthony 
and Deborah (Foster) Waterman, who came to S. from Marshfield in 1760. Sarah* 
Gushing was a daughter of Hawks^ in tlie line of Dea, Jouph*, Joseph*, John*, Mat- 
thew^, wn of Peter^ of N^folk, uhwse grandfather hadpoMeimd large estates in Lomlxtrd 
St,, London. — Hist, of Scituate and Savage's (/en, Diet.) Mr. Wm. Winslow's will is 
recorded in Plymouth, 3Iuss. He remained at S. Scituate on the paternal estate. 
Farmer and captain of militia. P.O. add. llanoter, Plymouth Co., Mau, 

Children : 

7601. 1. 8arah-Waterman\ b. 26 Aug. 1830, Scituate; d. 20 Dec. 1855; she 
married in Plymouth Co., Mass., Charles Tohnan, l>. ^ Mar. 1815, s. of 
C harlesi He died 21 Oct 1846, So. Scituate, and was there buried. $he 
married 2d, Samuel Tohnan, cousin of her tirst husband, s. of 
Samuel and gr. son of Samuel. Res. 1873, on the old homestead of Maj. 
Nathaniel* Winslow. • South ScUuaU, Mass. 



K Tolnutn^ Faunce, Stetson. 667 

Children, one by each marriage : 

7609. 1. Charles', b. 10 Mar. 1848, &S.; nu by Rev. James Aiken, 8.a, 6 

Apr. 1865, to Lizzie-Thomas Hatch, d. of Israel and Abigail-Ford 
(Ames) of Marshfield, Mass. P.O. add. 1873, Eaiu>ver, Mau. 

Child: 

7603. Sarahr Elizabeth*, b. 9 Mar. 1869, So. Scitaate. 

7604. 3. SamuelV b. 8 Dec. 1852, S.S. Machinist FUMurgh, Mom, 

7605. 2. Adeline-Fbakces', b. 12 Oct. 1823, South Scituate; m. by Samuel Cutler, 

Hanover, Mass., 20 July, 1845, to George raunce, b. 12 Aug. 1816, 

Kingston, Plymouth Co., Ma^s., s. of Kilbom and Nancy (Cook) of K, 

Carpenter and builder. lies, 1874, Kmgstm, Mats, 

Children bom in Kingston, where all, except the eldest, were residing in 1874 : 

7606. 1. Elmer*, b. 20 Apr. 1846; ^^grad. Mass. Institute of Technology, 

Boston, 1871, in the department of Qeoiogy and Mining Engineer- 
ing, and, in 1874, was following his profession in Georgetown, 
Clear Creek Co., Colorado ; was also one of the editors of the Mining 
JSeview in that town." 

7607. a. Ellen', b. 31 Jan, 184a 

7608. 8. Winslow*, b. 11 Apr. 1850, Kingston, Mass. ; m. by Rot. Joseph 

Peckham, at K., 15 June, 1876, to Nellie-Josephine Stranger, d. of 
Joseph-A. and Marcia (Faonce) of K. Carpenter. 

P.O. add. Kinifdan^ Ma$$. 

7609. 4. Myron', b. 26 Sept 1852. 

7610. 6. LinusP, b. 16 0(;t. 1854. 

7611. 6. Alton*, b. 25 Nor. 1856. 

7612. 7. George*, b. 11 Dec. 1858. 

7613. 8. Bertha*, b. 15 Jane, 1861. 

7614. 9. Sarah-Cushing*, b. 26 Apr. 1864. 

7615. 8. Charlotte- Aira^ b. 22 July, 1826, Scituate; died there, aged about 20 

years. 

7616. 4. EuJEN-CuBHiKQ', b. 19 Mar. 1830, S. ; d. 24 Feb.1864, South Scituate ; m.by 

Bey. Mr. Winchester, atS.,10 Jan. 1855, to Stephen Stetson, s. of William 
and Deborah (Stetson) of 8. ^* Stephen, who married Experience Pahner, 
1762, descended from the Comet [Robert Stetson] through Joseph, Rob- 
ert, William, and William. 8t^hen*8 sons (Stephen, Charles, and Wil- 
liam) are of the seventh generation, and the children of Charles are 
the eighth generation who have inhabited the same spot of ground.** 
Bitt. of Scituate. The family allied with Winslow probably belong to 
this branch. Res. 8. SdtuaU; P.O. add. 1874, ffaneveti Mam. 

Child: 

7617. Herbert-Winslow*, b. Nor. 1856. 

7618w 0. William-Samtjsl% b. 28 Sept. 1888, Scitaate; m» by Joseph Freeman, 
Hanover^ Mass., 18 Apr. 1856, to Hannah S. Church, d, of William and 
Lucy-B. (Sylvester) of H. 

Res. 8. Scituate; P.O. add., 1875, ISanatet, Man, 



668 Descejidants of OUvei** Winslow. K 

Child: 

7619. Charlotte-Elizabeth*, b. 80 Nov. 1859, 8.8. 

7030. 6. Jane.Richakd8\ b. 8 Apr. 1886, Scituate; died in Infanoj. 

7621. 7. Nathaniml-Walteb', b. 10 Mar. 1840, Scituate; m. . He enlisted in 

the 18th Reg. Mass. Vols. ; lost his life 20 Sept 1861 or '9, in the Poto- 
mac, while retreating across tJiat river, near Sharpsburg, Md. 

7622. JOHN', [1878] ((Mcm^\ NaihinitH}, Hatfutnid', Kenelm\) b. 28 Jan. 1748, 
Scituate, Mass. ; bap. 5 Feb. 1748, Hanover, Mass. ; d. 8 Jan. 1827, and was buried 
in the Winslow burial-gromid, Winslow Hill, Nobleboro, Maine. He married in that 
town, Dorothy Simmons, of Waldoboro, Me., bom in 1752, Duxbury, Mass., dau. 
of Dea. Nathaniel and Mercy (Simmons) of D., afterwards of Waldoboro. She 
died 28 Sept. 1814, Nobleboro. He was a ship-carpenter, and removed to the east, 
landing first at Pemaquid, now Bristol, Me., where he worked at his trade. He 
afterwards resided for a time in Waldoboro, now known as South Waldoboro, on 
the east side of the Macdomac River. He, with James Hall, built the first vessel 
constructed in that place. He purchased land of the Smiths, who owned most of the 
tract lying east of Pemaquid Pond, in Nobleboro, which was incorporated in 
1782. He, at the first, lived near this pond iu a log house. As the country became 
settled and roads were built, his farm was divided by tlie county road, leaving suf- 
ficient land for two farms on the north (afterwards occupied by his sons, Nathaniel- 
Oliver and Joseph), while on the south was the homestead, where he built a *' timber 
house" and spent his days. In 1817, he deeded the homestead to Josiah and Snow, 
his youngest two eons, occupying the old house with Josiah, Snow building near 
him. His request that the property should never be sold out of the name, has been 
faithfully regarded by his descendants. His sons all served in the war of 1812, and 
received pensions. John and Joseph were captaiUBi Nathaniel was a lieutenant, 
Josiah a drummer, and Snow a fifer. IfoNeboro, Maine. 

Children: 

7628. 1. RtTTH, [7682] b. 4 Oct. 1877; d. 7 June, 1888; nu Nathaniel Meaervey. 

7624. 2. DoROTHT, [7690] b. 18 May, 1779; d. 28 June, 1860; m. Elijah HalL 

7625. 8. John, [7806] b. 80 Nov. 1780; d. 15 Mar. 1852; m. Nancy Hall; m. 2d, 

Jane Clark; m. 8d, Charlotte Clark. 

7626. 4. Nathanibl-Oliveb, [7871] b. 14 May, 1788; d. 2 June, 1871; m, Abigail 

Hall; m. 2d, Rachel Chapman. 

7627. 5. JossPH, [7925] b. 26 Jan. 1786; d. 2 Feb. 1866; m. Chloe HalL 
7028. 6. Sarah, [7979] b. 1 Oct 1787; d. 8 Aug. 1869; nL Jesse Dunbar. 

7629. 7. Raobkl^ b. 26 May, 1789; died unmarried. 

7630. 8. Josiah, [8074] b. 29 Feb. 1792; m. Mary Austin; m. 2d, Sarah (Dunbar) 

Winslow, wid. of his brother Nathan iel-Oliver. 
7681. 9. Snow, [8090] b 4 Jan. 1796; d. 18 Oct 1854; m. Elizabeth Hock. 

7682. RUTH*, [7628] (John\ OUo&r^, MtharUei^y Nathaniel^, Kendm\) b. 4 Oct 
1777, Nobleboro, Maine; d. 7 June, 1888, aged 60, Jefferson, lincoln Co., Maine, 
and was buried there; m. Nobleboro, 18 Dec. 1799, Nathaniel liESEBVET, of 
Bristol, Me., bom in 1769, Bromcn, Lincoln Co., Me., s. of Nathaniel, of Hope, Me. 



K Ifeservey^ Robinsony Pease, Moody, Gudworih, Eugley. 669 

He died 19 May, 1849, aged 80, Bremen, and was buried in Jefferson. He was by 
occupation a mason. Held the office of ensign. 

Bea. Brmnm; P.O. add. J^ff&rmm^ Me. 

Children: 

7683. 1. Nathakibl, bom in Kobleboro, Me. ; is now deceased. He married 

Rachel Jackson, of Jefferson, Me. After ber death ho married 2d, 

Uimer, of Thomaston, Me. ; m. 8d, Anne Conant, of Rockland, Me. 

She res. 1878, BoekUmd, Me, 

7684. 2. Samobi*, [7646] b. 8 Aug. 1799; m. Mary Ring: m. 2d, Adaline Sbo- 

man. 

7685. 8. MiLBS, is not living. He married Jane Young, of Jeffeiaon, Me. We 

have been referred for information to Dennis Meservey, of Waldoboro, 
Me. She res. 1873, Jeffemrn, Me, 

7636. 4. Elsib, married Charles Bobinson, of Jefferson, Me. 

Res. 1875, East Jefferson, Me, 
7687. 5. Sallt. married Ambrose Pease. Address for information J^lrs. Sarah 
(Pease) Alhorn, wife of Gardner Alhom, Waldoboro, Me. 

Res. 1876, Waldofx^, Me. 

7638. 6. Aldbn, is deceased. He married Betsey Shuman, of Jefferson, Me. His 

son Sewall res. Searsmont, Me. 

7639. 7. John, born in Jefferson, Me. ; died there, 3 Jan. 1849, unmarried. He 

had lived in tliat town with his brother Wm. 

7640. 8. Wu-i,iAM, [7655] b. 31 July, 1811; d. 11 Dec 1878; m. Eliza Nash. 

7641. 9. Caroline, [7667J b. 10 Aug. 1813; m. 11 May, 1835, William Moody.- 

7642. 10. Nancy, [7674] b. 16 Oct. 1816; d. 21 Jan. 1871; m. Thomas Cudworth. 

7643. 11. Janb, [7684] is deceased. She married Abial Eogley^ of Nobleboro. 

7644. 12. Dauohtek, died young. 

7645. 13. Bon, ** 



7640. SAMUEL', [7634] {Ruth* (TFtW<w) Meeervey^ J6hn\ OUifef*, NatJuiniel^, 
Nathaniei^, KeMlm\) b. 8 Aug. 1799, Nobleboro, Me.; d. 20 Mar. 1850; married 
Mary Ring, of Jefferson, Me., b. 1 Dec. 1801; d. 5 Feb. 1821. He married 2d, 
Adeline Shuman, of J., b. 27 May, 1802. 

Children: * 

7647. 1. 8AMUFT.-W., b. 28 Nov. 1820; died in 182-. 

7648. 2. Mart-K., h. 22 Dec 1822. 

7649. 8. Adblinb, b. 23 June, 1824: died in 183-. 

7650. 4. Janb-R., b. 9 Jan. 1827; d. 24 Feb. 1802. 

7651. 5. Sahttel-Liscob, b. 24 Oct. 1885. Add. 1873, Lynn, Mau. 

7652. 6. LoRBNDA-B., b. 23 July, 1833. 
7658. 7. Lauba-A, b. 7 July, 1885. 

7654. 8. WttLiAM-S., b. 28 Apr. 1837; d. 6 Sept. 1864. 



670 Descendants nj RuM {WhisJow) Meservey. K 

7655. WTTJJAM', [7640] {Ruik* {Win$bw)TKeBtitv^y, John\ OUxfr\ Nallmtuel*, 
KnthanieP, Kenelm\) h. «l July. 1811, Jefferson, Me.: d. U Dec. 1873, aged 62 y., 
6 m. ; m. Nobleboro, Me., by Wni. Rollins, 5 Oct 1837, to Eliza Nash, b. 6 Oct, 
1815, at N., dau. of Samuel and Margnret (Sprague) of N. Farmer. 

Her add. \^li, Ea^ Jeffermn, Me. 

Children bom at Jefferson: 

7666. 1. Lorbnzo-Allen', b. 27 Jan. 1888, m. Jefferson, 18 Dec. 1862, Sarah- 
Winslow* Dunbar [7998] b. 21 Sept. 1839, Freedom, Me., dan. of Jesse, 
Jr., and Sarah (Clark) of Nobleboro. Farmer. 

Res. 1878, J^ermn^ Me. 
Child: 

7657. Ulric-Day», b. 29 Nov. 1866, Jefferson. 

7658. 2. Julia- Auiff*, b. 2 Dec. 1888; d. 1 June, 1855, Jefferson. 

7659. 8. CAROMKE-ADELxroE*, b. 25 Sept* 1841; d. 18 June, 1868, J. 

7660. 4. Sarah-Jane*, b. 17 Apr. 1844 ; was married by Rev. Wm. Tilley, Jeffer- 

son, 7 Jan. 1869, toHenry^Bond Ohisam, b. 19 Mar. 1819, at J., & of 
Rev. Samuel Chisam, Baptist minister of J. and Mary-Ann (Bond). 
Fanner. Res. 1873, Jtffer^on^ Me. 

7661. 6. Oscar-Judson", b. 21 Mar. 1846; m. New Castle, Me., 1 Dec. 1869, Marj- 

Olivia(Hall) of New Castle, bom there, 23 June. 1847, dau. of Ephraim 

and Sarah ( ) of N.C. Farmer. Res. 1878, Jtfftrmr^ Me. 

Child: 

7663. Minnie-Loyle*, b. 20 Oct. 1870. 
7668. 6. Ci.ARA-£!tfBLiNE% b. 29 Mar. 1849. 

7664. 7. Isaac-William*, b. 12 July, 1851, 

7665. 8. Ida-£mma*, b. 21 Dec 1858. 

7666. 9. Leslik-Adokiram*, b. 30 Sept. 1857. 

7667. CAROLINE', [7641] (;?tt<^«(irw*^cw)M6t«nr*y,JWln», Oliter^. Nathmu^, 
Naihanuff^ Kenelm^) b. 10 Aug. 1813, Jefferson, Me. ; was married there, by Rev. 
Samuel Chisam, 11 May, 1835, to William MOOD Y, of Nobleboro; bom there. 12 
Feb. 1815, s. of Daniel and Betsey (Dunbar) of N. Farmer. 

Res. Nobleboro, Liberty, and, 1876, 8atUh Liberty, Me. 

Children: 

7668. 1. William-Heitoerson, b. 1 Oct. 1886, Nobleboro. 

7669. 2. Helen-Amanda, b. 7 May, 1838, '* ; d. 24 Sept 1855, Liberty, 

Waldo Co., Me. 

7670. 8. Hknry-Waterman, b. 31 May, 1842, Liberty. 

7671. 4. Nancy-Delora, b. 12 Apr. 1844, '* 

7672. 5. Akson-Lerot, b. 14 Mar. 1847, ** 

7678. 6. ARTELL-SmNEY, b. 28 Aug. 1852, *' ; d. 20 Sept. 1855, at L. 

7674. NANCY' [7642 J (Ruth* (Whishw) lUeuervey, John*, Oliver*, Nathan iel\ 
ITaihaniei^, Kenelm\) b. 16 Oct, 1816, Jefferson, Me. ; d. 21 Jan. 1871, Bremen, Me., 
and was buried there; m. in Lincoln, Me., Capt Thomas CITDWOBTH, of B., I>. 
tliere, 2 Apr. 1809, s. of Joseph. Sea-captain, 

Res. Bremen, trnd, 1875, WaUlof^oro, Me. 



K Flcu/*j^ Fl^f^ley^ Dinamore, HaUy Chapman^ Rollins. 671 

Childrea born in Bremen, except the eldest, who was born in Jefferson: 

TC75. 1. Nancy-E»,, b. 28 Nov. 1840; d. 5 May, 1871, Nobleboro, and was bnried 
there; m. by Sarauel-W. Jackson, Waldoboro, Me., 19 Dec 1868, to 
Myrick-L FUggr, s. of John and Sarah (Matthews) of N. 

Res. 1872, Wald<korOy Me. 
Children born in Nob1el>oro : 

7676, 1. Annie-L*., b. 22 Oct. 1865. 

7G77. 2. Leonora-M*., b. 27 Nov. 1869. 

7678. 2. Mauy-EV, b. 28 Aug. 1842; m. Damariscotta, Lincoln Co., Me., 24 Oct. 

1873, . 1872, Waldoboro, Me. 

7079. 8. WiLLiAM-A»., b. 5 May, 1844; married in Everett, Middlesex Co., Mass., 4 

Apr. 1869. 

7680. 4, Tiiomas-Dana», b. 19 June, 1846. 

7681. 6. Clara% b. 28 Mar. 1848. 

7082. 6. Lesteh-F*., b. 7 July, 1651, 

7083. 7. TiiEoDORE-S*., b. 12 Dec. 1858. 
• 

7684. JANE'. [7648] {Buth* iWinslow) Mewnrey, John^ Olkei^, Nathaniel^, Na- 
IhanieP, Kenelm\) married Abial SUGL2Y, of Nobluburo. 

He res. 1878, Nubldjoro, Me. 
Children : 

7685. Sarah*, married Melville Dinsmore. 

7G8C. Son*, died young. 

7687. ALBiONa, married Emma Dinsmore, of N. Res. 1878, Nobleboro^ Me. 

7688. Martha*, in 1872 was unmarried. 
76d9. Emma*. *' '* 

7690. DOROTHY*, LT624J {Johi\ OUter*, Ifathaniel}, NathanieP, Kendm\) b. 18 
Muy, 1779; d. 28 June, 1860, Nobleboro, Me.-, married there, 5 Nov. 1795, Elijah 
TTAT.T.^ b. 7 July, 1773, at N., s. of Setli and Jane (Oldbam) of N. He died 19 Jan. 
1827, Nobleboro, and was buried tliere; a^ was also his wife. Nubld)urOj Me. 

diildreu bom in Nobleboro, except, periiaps, Zenas: 

7091. 1. Zenas, [7708] b. 7 Apr. 1796; d. 28 July, 1863; m. Hannah Austin; m. 

2d, Nancy-Jane Chapman. 
7692. 2. Damakis, b. 29 July, 1798; married, 20 July, 1815, Daniel Chapman. 
After his death she married Stacy BoUins, of Nobleboro. For informa- 
tion address Orris Ingraham, Rockland, Me. Res. 1876, Boeklandy Me. 

Skth, [7720] b. 25 Dec. 1800; m. Jerusha Rollins; m. 2d, Lydia Rollins. 

>ViN8Low, b. 27 Dec. 1802; died and was buried in Nobleboro; married 
. She res. 1872, South China, Me., as did also her family. For in- 
formation add. John Hall of that place. 

llo^CE, [7732] b. 14 May, 1805; m. Silence Oliver. 

Almond-G., b. 16 Oct 1807. Res. 1872, Sheepscot Bridge, Nemcaetle, Me. 

£lbi{ii>ge-Gkkry, [7768Jb. 19 Dec. 1810; m. MaryVannah; nL 2d, Char- 
lotte [Vamey]. 

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7693. 


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7694. 


4. 


7695. 


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7697. 


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672 Descendants of John^ Winslow. K 

7698. 8. Jaite-Oldham, [7784] b. 10 July, 1818; m. William Siderlinger. 
7899. 9. TnoMAS-GABDNER, [7799] b. 19 July, 1816; m. Lujcinda Rollina. 

7700. 10. Julta-Ann, b. 5 Mar. 1819; in 1872 was unmarried. 

7701. 11. Harrtet-Neweij^ b. 25 June, 1821; died unmarried, 10 Feb. 1860, 

Nobleboro, and was buried there. 

7702. 12. AuQUSTua-LYMAN, [7804] b. 12 June or November, 1828; m.. Henrietta- 

Palmer Rollins. 

7708. DEA. ZBNAS\ [7691] (Dorothy* (Window) Hall, John\ Olwer*, Nathan- 
fl^j NathanU^^ Kendm\) b. 7 Apr. 1796; d. 28 July, 1868, Nobleboro; married 
there, 29 Jan. 1818, Hannah Austin, b. 24 Dec. 1796, dau. of John and Hannah 
(Hall) [Plummer]. She died 27 June, 1851, Nobleboro. He married 2d, Nancy-Jane 
Chapman, born in N., dau. of Jacob and Jane (Chapman) of N. She died 4 May, 
1866, at N., aged 40 yrs., 7 mos. He was a deacon in the First Baptist Church in 
Nobleboro. Nobleboro^ Me, 

Children bom in Nobleboro: 

7704. 1. Austin*, b. 28 Oct. 1819; married . 

Res. Damariacotta, Idneoln Oo,^ Mb. 

7705. 2. Elijah*, b. 6 Nov. 1822. 

7706. 8. Nelson*, b. 80 Aug. 1825. 

7707. 4. Hannah-Elizabeth*, b, January, 1886; m. Nobleboro, 18 Oct. 1867, 

Adouiram-Judsou Merrill^ b. 26 Nov. 1831, in N., s. of Benjamin and 
Patience (Rollins). Rea. Nobleboro^ Me. 

Children bom in Nobleboro: 

7708. 1. Alice-Patience*, b. 28 Feb. 1859. 

7709. 2. Wendall*, b. 8 Apr. 1861 ; d. 21 Sept. 1862, Nobleboro, and waa 

buried there. 

7710. 8. Maria-Hall*, b. 28 Dec. 1868. 

7711. 4. Frank-Austin*, b. 12 Aug. 1865; d. 20 Mar. 1872, Nobleboro, and 

was buried there. 

7712. 5. Beunie-Sewall*, b. 24 June, 1868. 
7718. 6. Atherton-Judson*, b. 24 Feb. 1871. 

7714. 6. Zenas-Judson*, b. 21 Mar. 1838; m. Nobleboro, 14 Nov. 1864, Addie- 

Elizabeth Hatoh, b. 1 Mar. 1884, dau. pf James and Nancy (Hall). 

Res. 1872, Nobbion^ Me. 
Children bom in Nobleboro: 

7716. 1. Estelle-Virginia*, b. 18 Feb. 1866. 

7716. 2. Iziline-Adalaide*, b. 17 Apr. 1868. 

7717. 6. Coua-Ann*, b, 17 Dec. 1856. 

7718. 7. Daughtub*, b. 1 June, 1857 ; died the same day. 
7^19. 8. Chesteb*, b. 20 Oct 1860. 

7720. SETH', [7698] {Dorothy* {Window) Hall, John\ Oliver*, IfathanieP, Ke- 
Mlm\ Kenelm\) b. 25 Dec. 1800, Nobleboro, Me. ; married Jerusha Rollins, dau. of 
Anthony and Jerusha (Palmer). She died 25 May, 1825. He married 2d, Lydia 
Rollins, b. 18 June, 1801, sister of his first wife. P.O. add. 1872, Bremen^ Ms, 



K Cotton^ Flint, JlalL 673 

Children; 

7731. I. Sbth*, b. 19 Apr. 1825; married Elizabeth Vaimah, of Koblebor<H dau. of 
George and Elizabeth (Genthner). 

Child: 

7723. George-Edward*. 

7728. 9. Albert-SmithV b. 25 May, 1827; d. 23 Oct 18G7, Damariscotta, Me. ; m. 
Nobleboro, 20 Dec. 1849, Ann-Maria Barstow, of N., dan. of George 
and Oliye/Anstin) of K. He was a joiner by trade. 

P.O. add. 1872, Damari$caU<h ^^' 
Children: 

7724. 1. Ida-Jemsha', b. 18 Apr. 1851, Nobleboro; m. Belfast Me., 25 Feb. 

1872, William-Henry Ootton> of N., g. of Henry-Page and Emeline 
(Seiders). Res. 1872, DamariteaUa MilU^ Me. 

7725. S. Lilla', b. 29 Jan. 1856. 

7726. 8. Marcia-£mma*, b. 16 Mar. 1859. 

7727. 4. Hudson*, b. 8 Mar. 18G2. 

7728. 5. Ella*, b. 4 July, 1866. 

7729. 8. Edwabd-Kavenauoh*, b. 29 Feb. 1632; m. Nobleboro, 24 Dec. 1856, 

Jennie-C. Merrill, of N., bom there, 11 Mar. 1885, dau. of Benjamiu 
and Patience (Rollins) of N. She died 24 June, 1858, Noblebora 
Grocer. 8.p. He res. 1872, NcbUboro, Me, 

7780. 4. Jebubha*, b. 12 Sept 1834; d. 17 June, 1852, at N. 

7731. 5. Ltdia-Janb", b. 5 Oct 1838; d. 3 June, 1848, at N. 

7782. HORACE% [7695] (DarMy* (Winflaw) Hall, John\ Oliver^, Nathaniel^, 
IfathanieP^ Ken^\) b. 14 May, 1805, Nobleboro, Me. ; was married there, by Wil- 
liam Rollins, Esq., 24 Dec. 1829, to Silence Oliver, b. 26 Jan. 1804, at N., dau. of 
Elijah and Sarah (Palmer) of N. Carpenter. Res. 1875, NobUboro^ Me, 

Children bom in Nobleboro: 

7738. 1. Nahcy-Jane», b. 2 May, 1830; m, by E. B. French, Esq., Damariscotta, 
Me., 28 June, 1854, to Thomas Flint, b. 24 Dec. 1824, Nobleboro, s. of 
Joseph and Sarah (Jones) of D. Res. 1872, Mocklojud, Ktw9 Co,^ Me. 

Children bom in Rockland: 

7784. 1. Prank-Chester*, b. 5 Oct 1856. 

7735. 2. Carrie-Jane*, b. 28 July, 1858. 

7736. 8. Herbert-Hall*, b. 14 Jan. 1861. 

7737. 4. George-Alvin*, b. 8 Aug. 1865. 

7788. 5. Oscar-Eugene*, b. 1 Dec. 1869, 

7789. 3. Makt-Adalink*, b. 11 Jan. 1833; m. Nobleboro, by M-.T. Felley, 26 

June, 1865, to William-Bryant Hall, b. 26 May, 1828, at N., s. of Dan- 
ieland Abigail (Hatch) of N. Res. 1878, ybUebaro, Me. 



6T4 DesoendanU of John^ Winsloto. K 

ChildrcD : 

7740. 1. Eldora-AdaHne*, b. 20 Apr. 1867. 

7741. 2. Frederic-All8tott% b. 15 Nov. 1860. 

7742. 8. WiUie-Everett», b. 28 May, 1868; d. 2 Aug. 1872. 

7743. 8. Georgb-Lobiwq*, b. 7 Mar. 1834; in. by Rev. William-H. Copeland, No- 

bleboro, 10 May, 1865, to Sarah -Elizabeth Kussell, b. 22 June, 182tf, at 
N., dan. of Cushing-Barker and Dorcad (Uollius) of N. PoHtmaster. 

Res, 1872, 2^'obUboro, Me. 

7744. 4» Claka- Augusta*, b. 5 Jan. 1837 ; m. by Rev. Moses-J. Eelley, Nobleboro, 

25 May, 1854, to Ephraim-Bradford Chapinan, of Damariscotta, Me., b. 
18 Aug. 1831, atN., a. of Ephraim and Nancy (Cbaptnan) of D. 

Res. 1872, ThomastM^ 2U. 
Children: 

7745. 1. Orville-Bradford*, b. 81 May, 1855. 

7746. 2. Isadoro-Augusta*, b. 14 Apr. 1859. 

7747. 8. Celia-Camey', b. 22 Sept. 1860. 

7748. 4. Edith-May», b. 1 June, 1869. 

7749. 5. Fannie-Campbell% b. 1 Aug. 1871. 

7750. 5. Sarah", b. 2 Aug. 1889; was UDmunied in 1873. Res. Notleboro^ Me. 
7701. 6. Harriet- Amanda*, b. 8 Dec. 1842; m. by Rev. Wm-H. Copcland, No- 

bleboro, 23 June, 1864, to Edward Chapman, of Damariscotta, b. 16 
Mar. 1837, at N., a. of Ephraim and Nancy (Chapman) of D. 

Res. 1872, WaJdobaro, Me, 
Child: 

7752. Helen-May*, b. 16 July, 1869. 

7758. 7. Helkn-Aurklia*, (twin of Harriet- Amanda*) b. 8 Dec. 1842; m. by Rev. 
Enos Trask, Nobleboro, 8 'Aug. 1865, to James-Edward PiUabury, of 
N., b. 6 Feb. 1840, in that town, s. of Thonius-Grein and Elizabeth 
(Dunbar) of N. Res. 1872, Feona^ iiU 

Children : 

7754. 1. Helena*, b. 26 Mar. 1866. 

7755. 2. Hattie Amanda*, b. 16 July, 1868. 

7756. 8. Horace-Hall*, b. 26 Jan. 1870. 

7757. 4. Bessie-Aurelia*, b. 18 Dec. 1871. 

7758. 8. Arlktta-Maria*, b. 1 Dec. 1845; m. Nobleboro, by Rev. Moses-J. Kelley, 

20 Oct. 1866, to Asa-Hutchings Snow, of N., b. 7 Oct. 18;W, at N., s. of 
Cushing and Lucy-Kimball (Hntchings). Res. 1872, DamaruoaUa^ Ms. 

Children: 

7759. 1. Henry-Russell*, b. 2 Jan. 1868. 

7760. 2. Lizzie', b. 6 June. 1869. 

7761. 8. Annie-Grace*, b. 17 Mar. 1872. 

7762. 9. Hobaob-Altim*, b. 27 Jan. 1849; in 1872 was unmarried. 

Res. JMleboro, Its. 



^ SaUj BenneTy Yannah. 675 

7763. ELBRIDGE-GERRT^, [7697] {I)(yroih^ {Windm) Hall, J<?An», Olwet^, 
Nalhaniel^^ NathmUl^, Keuelm\) b. 19 Dec. 1810, Nobleboro; married there, 6 Feb. 
1831, Mary Vannah, of N., b. there, 26 Mar. 1810, dau. of Henry and Elizabeth 
(Kecne) of N. She died 21 February, 1852, Nobleboro. He married 2d, 
China, Me,, 25 Dec. 1854, Charlotte Vamey, b. 21 Oct. 1825, C, dau. of Nicholas 
and Sarah (Laiigdon) of South Cldna. f*armer and mechanic. 

Res. 1875, Nobleboro, Me, 

Children: 

7764. 1. Miles-Maxwell', b. March, 1832, Nobleboro; married there, 22 Oct. 

1856, Sarah-Abigail* Winslow [7912], b. 11 Oct 1841, in N., dau. of 
Nathaniel-Oliver^ and Sarah (Dunbar) of N. Res. 1876, NobU^xnv^ Me, 
Children bom in Nobleboro: 

7765. 1. Mary-Susannah*, b. 22 Dec. 1857; d. 80 Not. 1872, Nobleboro, aged 

14 y., 11 m., 7 d., and was buried in the Winslow burial-ground, 
Winslow Hill. 

7766. 2. Omeville-Denwood*, b. 7 ilar. 1861. 

7767. 2. Cynthia- J A>'E*, b. Oct. 1833, China, Me. ; m. Nobleboro, 8 Apr. 1853, 

Josiah- Austin^ WinslOw [8079], b. 29 May, 1827, atN., 8. of Josiah* and 
Mary (Austin) of N. He died 1 Dec. 1856, Nobleboro. She was mar- 
ried 2d, by-Eld^r Chism, Jefferson, Lincoln Co., Me., 5 Nov. 1858, to 
Phineas-Pillsbury Benxier. Farmer. Res. 1876, Nobleboro, Me, 

Children: 

7768. 1. Josiah-Afton*, b. 9 July, 1854, Nobleboro. 

7769. 2. Mary-Ella*, b. 3 Mar. 1856. 

7770. 8. Nettie*, b. 1 Jan. 1857; d. 27 Dec. 1857, N. 

7771. 4. Etta*, b. 23 Mar. 1859, Nobleboro. 

7772. 5. Emerson*, b. 5 Aug. 1860, '* 

7773. 8. Ozias-Emekson*, b. 21 Feb. 1886, Hallowell, Me. ; died there, 6 Mar. 1847. 

7774. 4. Er^BKiDOE-DEXTER*, b. 30 July, 1838, Hallowell; married . 

Res. Efut BoftoTiy Mem. 

7775. 5. Martha-Aldana*, b. 27 Apr. 1841, Hallowell; m. by William Seiders, 

Waldoboro, Lincoln Co., Me., 15 Oct. 1859, to Oscar Vannah, b. 7 
June, 1836, Nobleboro, s. of Cliarles and Betsey (Umberhind) of N. 
Farmer. Res. 1876, Nobleboro, Me. 

Children bom in Nobleboro: 

7776. 1. Carrie*, b. 5 Aug. 1860. 

7777. a. Lorenzo*, b. 2 May, 1864. 

7778. 3. Wilbert*, b. 17 May, 1867. 

7779. 4. Minnie*, b. 15 Feb. 1878. 

7780. 6. Henuv-Eli JAH*, b. 8 Sept. 1846, Hallowell; married ^ 

Res. 1876, in Mm'mippi, 

7781. 7. AsBURY-HoLMAK*, b. 3 Aug. 1849, Nobleboro; married . 

Res. 1876, Palmyra, Otoe Co., Nebraehi, 

7782. 8. ORiiANDO-WiLLiK*, b. 15 Sept 1855, Nobleboro; d. there, 4 July, 1860. 

7783. 9. Wn.ME-EuoKNE*, b. 23 Aug. 1862, ** 



076 Descendants qf John^ Winslow. K 

7784. JANE-OLDHAM*, [7608] {Dorothy {WlnOaw) Hall, Mn\ Oliver*, JVo- 

thaniel^, Nathaniel^, Kenelm\) b. 10 July, 1818, Nobleboro; married there, 29 Dec. 

1831, William SIDEBUKOEB, b. 8 Not. 1809, Waldoboro, 8. of Daniel and Mary 

(Stizer) of N. Bes. 1875, NobUbaro, Mains. 

Children born in Nobleboro: 

7785. 1. Zena8-Hall«, b. 23 June, 1883. P.O. add. 1872, Quiney, Mam. 

7780. 3. WiLLiAM-AtJGDSTUB*, b. 23 Sept 1888; m. Nobleboro, 16 Feb. 1852, 
Phebe-PilUbury Rollins, b. 7 Not. 1885, dau. of Frank and Lydia 
(Palmer) of N. Shoemaker. Res. 1872, NobUboro^ Me. 

Children born in Nobleboro : 

7787. 1. Alvarado-Valenza*, b. 16 Apr. 1858L 

7788. 2. Idella-Maria», b. 14 Dec. 1858. 

7789. 8. Anstin-Hall*, b. 18 Dec. 1861; d. 81 Ang. 1864, K., and waa boned 

there. 

7790. 4. Ernest-Edwin*, b. 20 Feb. 1866. 

7791. 8. Joseph- WmsLow*, b. 14 Dec. 1885. 

7792. 4. Elijah-Nbwell*, b. 7 Feb. 1887; m. 'Nobleboro, 28 Oct. 1867, Susan- 

Bethiah Gliddcn, b. 6 Feb. 1851, dan. of Nathaniel and Mary-Jane 
(Chapman) of N. Res. 1872, Jfob/ebotVy Me. 

Children bom in Nobleboro: 

7793. 1. Alva*, b. 81 Dec. 1868. 

7794. 2. Daughter*, b. 20 July, 1872. 

7705. 5. Philkna-Janb*, b. 11 Sept 1840; d. 19 Doc. 1858, Newcastle, Me., and 

was buried in Nobleboro. 

7706. 6. Adoniram-Judson', b. 18 Dec. 1846. P.O. add. 1872, Weymouth, Mam. 

7797. 7. Zorades-Carey*, b. 10 May, 1848; married in N., 8 Sept 1868, Sarah- 

Jane Qenthner, dan. of Joel and Mary- Jane (Trask). 

Child: 

7798. Inea-Zorada*, b. 9 Apr. 1869, Nobleboro. 

7799. THOMAS-GARDNER', [7099] (Dorothy* {Win^^) ^aH, Jbhn\ Oliver*, 
Nathaniel^, Nathaniel, Kendm\) b. 17 July, 1816, Nobleboro, Me.; married there, 27 
Dec. 1840, Lucinda Rollins, b. 20 Mar. 1817, dau. of Robert and Elizabeth (Chapman) 
of N. Shipwright Res. 1875, ITobleboro, Me. 

Children bom in Nobleboro: 

7800. 1. Lizzie- Aira*, b. 7 Mar. 1846; m. Nobleboro, 6 Ang. 1870, Rockwood 

Puffer, 8. of Nathaniel and Susan (Hunt) of Boston, Mass. They have 
one child. Res. 1872, Bo^an Highlander Musi. 

7801. 2. Mart-Ella», b. 26 July, 1851. 

7802. 8. Chableb-Melvillb*, b. 20 Dec 1858. 
7808. 4, WniSLOW*, b. 1 May, 1856. 



K HaUy Fackhardy Plumer^ Morgan^ White. 677 

7804. AUGUSTUS-LYMAN', [7709J {JhrOh^* (TTi/wfew) Hall, John\ Olwef", 
NathanieP^ JSat/ianifiP^ Kenelm\) bom in 1823, Nobleboro; married there, 4 July, 
1866, Henrietta-Palmer Eollinsj b. 10 June, 1880, at N., dau. of Frank and Lydia 
(Palmer). . Ees. 1875, NobUlxnv, Me. 

Child? 

780o. NoBRis-ZE]!rA8, b. 18 Mar. 18G7, Nobleboro. 

7806. CAPT. JOHN*, [762o] {Jolin\ OlUw*, Nathaniel, Nathaniel, Kendm\) b. 
80 Not. 1780 ; d. 15 Mar. 1852, and was buried in Nobleboro ; married there, 9 May, 
1802, Nancy Hall, of N., b. 18 July, 1781, dau. of James and Hannah (Keene) of 
Nobleboro, formerly of Marshfield, Mass. After her death he married 2d, Jane 
Clark, of N, ; married 8d, Nobleboro, 15 Nov. 1810, Charlotte Clark, of N., b. 28 
Apr. 1788; d. 4 Jtfn. 1850, Newcastle, and was buried in Nobleboro. He was cap- 
tain in the 'war of 1812, and received a pension. DamamcoUa MUU, Nobldboro, Me, 

Children: 

7807. 1. DBA. Isaac, b. 8 Jan. 1803, Nobleboro; married there, 24 Dec. 1826, Jane 

Oliver, dau. of Elijah and Sally (Palmer) of N. s.p. 

Res. 1875, JNobleboro, Me, 

7808. 2. Harvey, [7821] b. 1804; d. 21 Apr. 1847; m. Eunice UalL 

7809. 8. John. Res. 1874, Freedom, Me. 

7810. 4. Nakcy, b. 22 Feb. 1812, Nobleboro; d. 15 Nov. 1851; m, Capt Cyrus 

Packhard, of Newcastle, Me. He res. 1874, NeiccaUle^ Me, 

7811. 5. JosiAH, b. 18 Aug. 1818, Nobleboro; d. 6 Oct. 1850; m. Nancy Rowell, 

of Jefferson, Me. Res. DamarUMtta Milla^ Me. 

7812. 6. William-Blackstonb, [7848] b. 8 Mar. 1815; m. Abigail Linscott. 

7813. 7. Janb, b. 8 Mar. 1817, Nobleboro; d. 18 Aug. 1855; m. James Plumer, of 

N. Res. 1874, DamaruieoUa MUU, Me. 

7014. 8. Pbrcival-Z., b. 10 Nov. 1818; d. 17 Jan. 1847; married Sarah Rowell, ol 
Jefferson, Me. 

7815. 9. Bradford-D., [7852] b. 10 Oct. 1820. Nobleboro; d. 11 Jan. 1878; m. 

6arah (Rowell) Winslow, wid. of Percival-Z. He is also said to havi- 
married [Ames], who may have been his first wife. 

7816. 10. Albion-K-P., [7854] b. 19 Aug. 1822; d. 8 May, 1874; married ^ 

7817. 11. Abigail, [7857] b. 11 Sept. 1824, Nobleboro; ra. Charles Morgan. 

7818. 12. Harriet-N., b. 25 Jan. 1826, Newcastle, Me. ; married White, of 

Massacliusetts. Res. 1874, Jamaica Plain^ Ma^, 

7819. 18. JosKPH, [7805] b. 6 May, 1828, Newcastle; m. Anna-E. Hammond. 

7820. 14. Jackboh, b. 13 Dec. 1831, Nobleboro; d. 19 Aug. 1832. 

7821. HARVEY^, [7808] (Jb^V John^, Olker*, Nathaniel}, NaihanuH^, Kene1m\) 
bom in 1804; d. 21 Apr. 1847, Nobleboro, and was buried there; married EunVce 
Hall, of N., bom in 1811; died in 1858, Nobleboro, and was buried there. 

Nobleboro Me. 



078 Descendants of Raroey' Window. ^ 

Children: 

7822. Thomas-Emerson*, was sergeant in Co. F, 5th Maine Vols. ; d. 20 July, 
1861, Harrison's Landing, Va. He married «t Newcastle, Me., Mary- 
Ann Campbell, of N., b. 18 Dec. 1831, N., dau. of James and Eunice 
(Chapman) of N. She died 11 Jan. 1860, Newcastle, and was buried at 
Damuriscotta. Res. Damariscotta, afterwards at F(n'tkmd^ lU. 

Children bom in Damariscotta: 

7828. Alvah*. 

7824. Emerson*. 

7825. James'. Res. 1872, Sh^pseot Bridge, Me. 

7826. •, died young. 

7827. Bebtha*, married Joseph Wellman, of Waldoboro, Me. 

Res. 1872, Waldotxxro, Me. 

7828. Isaao-Ttler*, b. 21 Dec. 1834, Nobleboro; m. by Rev. S-H. Merrill, 

Portland, Me., 28 July, 1859, to Isabella-McDonald Tait, b. 13 Dec. 
1832, Wallace, Cuml)erland Co., Nova Scotia, dau. of Robert and Mary 
(Carens) of W. Sea-captain. Res. Nobleboro, Damanscotta, and 
Portland, Me. P.O. add. 1874, RoekpoH, Eaaex Co., Mate. 

Children, of whom the first two were bom in Portland, and the others In 
Rocki)ort: 

7829. 1. Jennie-Etta', b. 28 Nov. I860, 

7830. 2. Eunice-Amelia', b. 9 July, 1862. 
7881. 8. Rita', b. 14 Feb. 1867. 

7832. 4. Clarabella', b. 8 May, 1868. 

7888. 5. Jessie', b. 81 Dec. 1869. 

7884. 6. William-Tyler», b. 18 Feb. 1872* 

7885. Nancy-Janb', b. 2 Sept. 1840, Nobleboro; m. by Rev. A- A. Miner, Boston, 

11 Aug. 1868, to John-Fairfield Merry, b. 5 Miir. 1889, Edgecomb, 
Lincoln Co., Me., s. of Capt. John and Sarah-Ann (Glidden) of E. He 
was appointed Ensign in the U.S. Navy, October 18th, 1862, and order- 
ed to the U.S. frigate Macedonian^ which was captured by Commodore 
Decatur in the U.S. frigate Constitution, in the war of 1812. December 
2d, 1862, he received orders to join the U.S. gunboat Moree, attached 
to the North Atlantic Blockading Squ>idron, Rear Admiral Lee com* 
manding; reported for duty on the 7th of the same month. Was on 
duty about Fortress Monroe until the spring of 1863, when the Moree^ Li. 
Comdr. C-A. Babcock, was ordered to the York River, as the senior 
ship. There he was under fire for the first time. The U.S. mail-boat 
Swan was steaming up the river York. When nearly to West Point she 
was fired on by a rebel masked battery that had been thrown up the night 
before. The Morse was lying some three miles distant, at anchor, and 
the captain was on shore. Ensign Merry being the ex-ofiicer, or 1st 
lieutenant, the command of course devolved on him. He immedintely 
caused the cable to be slipped, and steamed towards the battery, at the 



lAeui. JoknrFawfidd Merry. 019 

time opening fire with long range shell, bat nearing the enemy, 
he used fire second fuse, and continaed the fire as rapidly ^ possible. 
After expending about two hundred rounds, the enemy beat a retreat 
Captain Babcock came on board in a tugboat during the action and 
gave him orders to ^/^ on shore, after the fight was over, and set fire to 
the houses near the battery, the inhabitants being in the rear in the 
woods. This was done, and he then returned to the ship, which was so 
much disabled that it was necessary to take it to the Norfolk Navy Yard 
for repairs. 

After several engagements on the York with the enemy, they were 
ordered to Washington for the protection of that city, at the time the 
battle of Gettysburg was fought. When Lee retreated, the Morne went 
back to the James River, and was present at the bombardment and cap- 
ture of Fort Powhatten. This fight was a bloodless one on their side, 
the rebels retiring as they advanced to assault. The works having been 
levelled, and a reconnoisance made at the river iu force, they returned 
to Fortress Monroe; were again on the York river, and at the '^ White 
House Landing " when the battle of Cold Harbor was fought. Soon after, 
had a very severe engagement for five hours with the rebel Gens. 
Wade Hampton'9 and Fitz Hugh Lee's artillery, the Mcru being much 
injured. They, however, succeeded in keeping the rebels in check until 
Gen. Sheridan arrived, when he put the enemy to flight 

After having served on board the J/cttm for about twenty-two months, 
clearing rivers of torpedoes, doing picket duty, etc., etc., Lieut. Merry 
was taken sick with fever, and sent by the surgeon to the Norfolk Hos- 
pital. Two months later, having- recovered, he was appointed to the 
U.S. steamer Osceola^ Capt Clitz, U.S.N., attached to Admiral David-D. 
Porter's fleet, which was being rendezvoused at Hampton Roads for a 
premeditated attack on Fort Fisher. The Oiceola cruised in search of 
blockade runners until December, 1864, when the fleet arrived off the 
Cape Fear River, and, on Christmas day, attacked the Fort, bombarding 
it for three days. The Osceola was hulled several times, once by a ten 
inch shot, twenty-seven inches below the water line, enterinj^ the star- 
board boiler and scalding seven men, two of them fatally. In a short 
time the ship was in a 'sinking condition, the shot hole being so far below 
the water's edge that it was difficult to repair. This was, however, 
done, and all the ammunition having been destroyed, fresh powder and 
shell was procured from the store ships, so that the Oiceola was ready 
for the next day's fight. 

It is well known that the first attempt at Fort Fisher was a failure. 
On the 18th of January, 1865, the fort was again attacked by the fleet, 
the army landing with assistance from the navy. On the 16th of Janu- 
ary, 1865, a naval brigade was landed from the fleet to co-operate with 
the army in assaulting the fort and Lieut. Merry commanded the com- 
pany from the Osceola, At 8 p.m. the assault was made, the naval force 
being repulsed with great loss. He was wounded twice; the first time 



680 Zieut. John^Fairfidd Me^'ry, 

severely in his right thigh, the bullet passing through the fleshy part; 
the second time one passed through his left thigh, breaking the bone ; 
was also slightly wounded in his right leg below the knee. His clothes 
bore marks of the enemy's missiles in nine different places, and his 
Bword scabbard was cut off. For gallantry in this fight he was promoted 
to the grade of Master. He was taken to the Norfolk Hospital for treat- 
ment, where, for four weeks, he daily expected the amputation of his 
left leg would be necessary. After remaining there two months, he was 
transferred to his home, but was forced to use crutches about one year. 
When sufficiently recovered he was ordered to ordnance duty at the 
Navy Yard, N.Y., where he ren^ined about six months, when he was 
appointed to the Ohio Reeeiving Ship^ at Boston. 

March 12th, 1868, he received a comuiissiou in the Regular Navy, 
and, in the October following, orders to report to Rear Admiral S-C. 
Rowan for duty in the U.S. Asiatic Squadron. He remained in China 
and Japan for more than three years, taking part in the Corean expedi- 
tion under Rear Admiral John Rodgers. After his return from China, 
Feb. 24'th. 1872, he was ordered to duty at the Navy Yard. Portsmouth, 
N.H., and, February Sth, 1873, to the Juniata^ fitting for sea at Boston; 
June 16th, 1878, was detached from the Juniata^ on account of ill-health 
and lameness, resulting from his >vounds. October 3d^ 1878, he was or- 
dered to the naval rendezvous at Boston, where, in 1874, he was on duty. 

His commission of Lieutenant, which he received in China, beara 
date March 20th, 1870. 

Lieut. Merry has favored us with the following accotmt of his an- 
cestry : 

*'My ancestor, Richard Merry, came to America in the year 1685. 
He^ with others, among them the Rev. John Wheelwright, were sen- 
tenced by the Gen. Court to leave the.jurisdiction of Boston on account 
of their religious belief. Mrs. Hutchinson was banished soon after for 
a similar belief, something like ^antinomianism.' The Puritans called 
it 'sedition.' They left Boston in the winter of 1687 for the Pisca- 
taqua River, and there founded and settled what is now Exeter, New 
Hampshire. 

Where Battery Wharf now is, in Boston, was known as 'Merry's 
Point' up to the time of the Revolution, when it was changed to 
'Battery Point.' My great-grand-father, Joseph Merry, migrated from 
Dover, N.H., tothe Damariscotta River, about 1750, and took up a tract 
of land, the greater part of which my father now owns. My grand- 
father, Samuel Merry, was a captain in the war of 1612, and my grand- 
father, Nathaniel Gliddeu, a colonel. "My father derives his title of 
* Captain ^ from having been a ship Master." s.p. 

Res. Nobleboro and Damariscotta, Me. ; Boston and SomamUe^ Mam, 



K DescendanU of John WinsUno. 681 

7836. KsTpia- Abigail', b. 17 Oct 1848, Nobleboro; m. by Dr. Wm-H. Shailer, 

Portland, Me., 7 Dec. 1867, to Newell-Wetherbee Foster, b. 29 Dec 
18S7, Macbiag, WasbingtoQ Co., Me.« 8. of Capt. Jeremiab-B. and 8arab- 
Hamilton (Marshall) of St. George, Knox Co., Me. First lampist in 
U.S. Lighlrhoase employ. Bes. Warren, Damariscotta, Brewer, and 
Aagusta, Me. 1874, Portlandy Me, 

Children bom in Portland : 

7887. 1. Ralph-Emerson*, b. 27 Ang. 1869. 

7888. 2. George-Prye*, b. 14 Sept. 1872. 

7839. 8. Bertha-Merry*, b. 29 July, 1874. 

7840. Edwin-Habvbt*, b. 6 May, 1847, Nobleboro; nL by Rer. Israel Luce, 

Portland, Me., 20 Jnne, 1871, to Clara-A. Hunt, dan. of James-M. and 
Sarah- A. (Webster) of Gray, Cumberland Co., Me. He is junior partner 
of the firm of D. Dadley & Co. Res. Nobleboro and Bristol, Me. 

P.O. add. 1874, Nwtpariy Psnobwt Co., M4. 
Children: 

7841. 1. Alice-May*, b. 7 Mar. 1872, PorUand. 

7842. 2. Bertha-H»., b. 12 July, 1874, Newport 

7848. WnXIAM-BLACKSTONE', [7812] (John\ John\ OUver^, Nathaniel^, JVa- 
thaniePy Kendm\) b. 8 Mar. 1815, Nobleboro; was married by Rev. Enos Trask, 
Jefferson, Lincoln Co., Mc., 16 Nor. 1887, to Abigail Linscott, b. 27 Dec. 1818, at 
J., dan. of Jeremiah and Mary (Linscott) of J. Boot and shoe maker. 

Res. 1875^ PUUUm, Me, 

Children bom in Pittston: 

7844. 1. William-Jacksoh*, b. 21 Aug. 1889; m. by Rev. Wm. Tilley, Jefferson, 

6 Oct. 1804, to Fanny-M. Hall, b. 28 June, 1841, at J., dau of Frederick 
and Fanny (Ross) of J. Boot and shoe maker. 

P.O. add. 1878, Sh^p^caU Bridge, Lincoln C^., Me, 
Children: 

7845. 1. Nellie-Augusta', b. 28 Aug. 1865, Pittston. 

7846. 2. Hattie-Lizzie*, b. 19 Aug. 1867, '* 

7847. 8. William-Frederick*, b. 4 Dec 1869, Newcastle. 

7848. 4. Jame»-Hiram*, b. 19 Mar. 1872, '* 

7840. 2. Hkwry-Stikson*, I). 19 Sept. 1842; m. by Rev. Wm. Tilley, Jefferson, 27 

Dec. 1864, to Katie-M. Hodgkins, dau. of David and Hattie ( ) of J. 

P.O. add. 1878, PUteUm, Me. 
7850. 8. Johh-Edwin*, b. 21 Mar. 1846. 
7861. 4. HATTflD-ADBT*, b. 22 June, 1851. 

7852. BRADFORD-D'., [7815] (JohH\ John\ OWwr^, Nathaniel^, NatkanieP, 
Kendm\) b. 10 Oct 1820, Nobleboro, Me. ; d. 11 Jan. 1873; married Surub (Rowell) 
Winslow, widow of Percival-Z'. [7814]. He is also said to have married [Ames]. 



^82 DeacendanU of John* Wvaalcu). K 

ChUd: 

7858. Ednor, married in Nobleboro, 28 Not. 1872, Burton-Zorades' Winslow, 
[7968] b. 25 Oct 1848, Nobleboro, 8. of Lyman-HalP and Lydia-Sylvester 
(Trask) of N. Res. 1873, DamarUcoUa Mills, Nobldjoro, Me. 

7854. ALBION-K-P*., [7816] {John*, John\ Oliver*, Nathaniel}, Nathaniel^, K^ 

nelfn%) b. 19 Ang. 1822, Nobleboro; d. 8 May, 1874; married . 

Res. 1874, DamariseaUa MUU, Me. 
Children : 

7855. 1. Amidok, b. 4 May, 1858, Nobleboro; d. 16 Aug. 1862. 

7856. 2. Hattib, b. 10 May, 1856, Newcastle. 

7857. ABIGAIL^ [7817] (John\ John\ Oliver*, Nathaniel^, Nathaniel*, Kendm,'i 
b. 11 Sept. 1824, Nobleboro; was married there, by Elder Shaw, 17 Nov. 1853, to 
Charles MORGAN, b.l7 Mar. 1824, in Maine, s. of Paul and Mary (Hall). Ship car- 
])enter. Res. Nobleboro and Newcastle; P.O. add. 1875, DamariseoUa MiU$, Me. 

Children bom in Newcastle: 

7858. 1. Hakry, b. 25 Sept. 1854. 

7859. 2. LouiSA-M., b. 8 June, 1856. 

7860. 8. Frank, b. 80 July, 1857. 

7861. 4. Abbie, b. 9 Mar. 1859. 

7862. 5. Hattie-W., b. 17 Jan. 1862. 

7863. 6. Nettie-P., b. 16 Jan. 1865. 

7864. 7. Cariue-L., b. 16 Feb. 1867. 

7885. JOSEPH', [7819] (John*, John*, Oliver^, NathanieP, Nathaniel:', Kendm\) b. 
6 May, 1829, Newcastle, Lincoln Co., Me. ; was married by Rev. John Pingree, New- 
castle, 8 Mar. 1854, to Anna-E. Hammond, b. 5 June, 1832, Jefferson, Me., dan. of 
Luther and Harriet (Haines) of Nobleboro. Blacksmith. 

P.O. add. 1875, DafnariscaUa MUU, NoUebaro, Me. 

Children bom in Nobleboro: 

7866. 1. Effie-H., b. 18 Oct. 1855. 

7867. 2. Edward-P., b. 23 July, 1857. 

7868. 3. Emma-P., b. 29 Aug. 1861. 

7869. 4. Maby-E., b. 9 June, 1865. 

7870. 5. Angib-T., b. 8 Mar. 1869. 

7871. DEA. NATHANIEL-OLIVER*, [7626] (John\ OUver*,NathanieP,NathanieP, 
Kenelm},) b. 14 May, 1783, Nobleboro, Me.; d. 2 June, 1847, in his native town, and 
was buried in Winslow burial-ground, Winslow Hill. He married in N., 24 Feb. 
1806, Abigail Hall, b. 25 May, 1783, at N., dau. of James and Hannah (Keene) of 
N. She died 12 April, 1840, Nobleboro. He married 2d, in that town, 4 Mar. 1841, 
Rachel Chapman, b. 5 Oct. 1798, in N., dau. of Jouutiiaii and Rachel (Knowlton) of 



^ Chapmaiiy PUhhiryy Branny IlaU^ mUy Miner. 683 

N. He seired as lieutenant in the war of 1812, and receiyed a pension. He was 
doncon of the First Baptist Ohnrch in Nobleboro. Farmer. 

8he res. 1872, Headinff, M<m, 
Children bom in Nobleboro: 

7872. 1. Rachel-Sampson, [7880] b. 18 Jan. 1808; m. Hartley- Wood Chapmas. 

7873. 2. Elsib, [7902] b. 29 Nov. 1810 ; d. 24 Mar. 1889 ; m. John-Calvin 

Pillsbiiry ; m. 2d, John Brann. 

7874. 8. Nathanikl-Oliver, [7906] b. Nov. 1818; d. 2 Feb. 1846; m. Sarah 

Dunbar. 

7875. 4. M ARTHA-HoPKiKS, [7918] b. 25 Jan. 1815 ; d. 16 Sept. 1807 ; m. Allen Hall. 

7876. 5. James-Hall, b. 6 Oct. 1817; m. 18 Dec. 1842, Avis-B. Fnles; m. 2d, 2 

Nov. 1844, Patience Braley. who died 17 Nov. 1847; m. 8d, 24 Apr. 
1858, Manila Hussey. Carpenter, ship-joiner, and house-builder. [Hut.qf 
Thcmatton and Hochland^ Me.^ p, 465 ; pub. 1865.] Removed from Noble- 
boro to Thomaston, Me. ; in 1875 was residing in the latter place. 

7877. «. Ctrus-Newcomb, b. 17 Apr. 1^20; m. Nobleboro, 23 Aug. 1842, Sarah 

Genthner, of N., b. 15 May, 1S20, at N., dau. of John and Sarah (Hall) 
of N. Farmer. Removed to Thomaston, but returned to Nobleboro, 
Me., where he was residing in 1875. 

7878. 7. WiLLLAM, b. 22 Mar. 1822; d. 4 Oct. 1841, Wakloboro, Me.; was buried 

in Nobleboro, in the Wiuslow burial-ground. 

7879. 8. Hartbon, b. 8 Aug. 1825; d. 25 Feb. 1842, Nobleboro, and was buiied 

in the Winslow burial-ground. ' 

7880. RACHEIi.SAMPSON\ [7872] {NathanuHrOUMr*, John\ OUoei^, Nathaniel}, 
NaUianieP^ Kenelm\) b. 18 Jan. 1808, Nobleboro, Me.; m. there, 7 May, 1827, Hart- 
ley-Wood CHAPICAK, b. 17 Apr. 1806, at N., s. of Dea. William and Sarah 
(Plummer) of N. Physician. Great FalU, Btrafford Co,y N.H. 

Children: 
7881. 1. Hartlet-Sewell*, b. 18 June, 1828, Waldoboro, Me. ; m. 17 Nov. 1847, 
Hannah-Elizabeih Maxwell, b. 8 May, 1826, Exeter, Me., d. 5 June, 
1857, Great Falls, N. H., and was buried there, in Forest Glade Cemetery. 
He married 2d, 7 Apr. 1859, Arthama-Hayes Garland, b. 25 Apr. 1881, 
Alton, N.H. P.O. add. 1872, Great FalU, Strafford Co,, NH. 

Children bom in Great Falls: 
78Sa. 1- Elvaretta-Ermiana\ b. 1 Feb. 1848; d. 24 Sept. 1870, and was buried 

in Forest Glade Cemetery, Great Falls. She married, 11 Jan. 1808, 

Andrew-Simon Hill. 
7888. ^- Emma-Izora*, b. 28 Aug. 1850; d. 27 Nov. 1854, and was buried in 

Forest Glade Cemetery. 
78S4. 3. Frederic-Leslie', b. 25 Dec. 1854. 

7885. ^- Frank-Gerald% b. 1 July, 1870. 

7886. 2. Rhydbt^ia-Winslow*, b. 18 Oct. 1829, Waldoboro; married at Great 

Falls, N.H., 26 Apr. 1854, George-Albert Miner, b. 8 June, 1822, Lyn- 



684 Descendants cf JoKvf Window. ^ 

don, Vt He enlisted, 20 May, 1861, in Co. P, 4th. Reg. N. H. Vols,, 
and died 10 May, 1866. Her P.O. add. 1872, Qrwt Falls, N.H. 

Children: 

7887. 1. Martha-Abbie*, b. 7 Oct 1856. 

7888. %. WUber-Iiaroy% b. 1 Aug. 1858; d. 35 Aug. 1864, Great Falte, N.H., 

and was buried in Forest Glade Cemetery. 

7889. 8. Adeline- Adelia*, b. 1 Sept. 1860. 

7890. 8. Phbbb-Pillsbu&t*, b. 14 June, 1884, Jefferson, Me.; ol Barnard, Me., 

28 8ept 1855, John-Haines Wing, b. 14 Sept. 1827, Wayne, Eennebeo 
Co., Me. ' P.O. add. 1872, Bebee, PUccUagrtii Oo.^ lis^ 

Children bom in Sebec: 

780L 1. Lizzie-Izora', b. 12 Oct. 1861. 

7892. 2. Carrie-Isabel*, b. 11 Oct 1806; d. 17 Dec 1867, at & 

7893. 4. Sabah-Abiqail*, b. 25 Dec. 1837, Warren, Me. ; d. 8 Ang. 1861, Great 

Falls, and was buried there, in Forest Glade Cemetery. 
7S94. 5. Martha-Lsbbbtby*, b. 22 Jan. 1841, Great Falls; married there, 27 Not. 
1800, Ed win- Worth Blood, b. 11 Sept 1888, Hayerhill, N.H. 

P.O. add. 1872, Beading, Mam. 
Children bom in Reading: 

7898. 1. Lilla-Frances*, b. 2 Apr. 1865. 

7896. 2. Charles-Edwin*, b. 15 Oct 1866. 

7897. 8. Carrie-Ella% b. 10 Oct 1868. 

7898. 6. Clabbnob-Luidbh*, b. 1 Dec 1843, Springrale, Me. ; enlisted as priyata 

in Co. F, 4th N.H. Vols., 19 Apr. 1861; rose to the rank of captain, 
and was discharged 17 May, 1865. He married at Great Falls, 29 Dec 
1865, Fannie Brown, b. 10 July, 1849. 

P.O. add. 1872, Great FaU$, N.K 
Children bom in Great Falls: 

7899. * 1. Mabel', b. 18 Aug. 1866; d. 20 Aug. 1868, Great FaUs, and was 

buried there, in Forest Glade Cemetery. 

7900. 2« James-Pitt-Mortimer*, b. 16 Apr. 1868. 

7901. 7. Ontillb-Demwood*, b. 25 May, 1846, Great Falls; enlisted 10 May, 1861, 

at Corinth, Me., in Co. D, 6th Me. Vols., and served three years. He 
married at Reading, Mass., 11 June, 1869, Mary Carpenter. 

P.O. add. 1872, 8yraeu»e, N.T. 

7902. ELSIE', [7878] {NaihaniBl'0lh9r\ John\ Oliver*, Nathaniel}, Nathaniel}, 
Kenelm\) b. 29 Nov. 1810, Nobleboro, Me. ; d. 24 Mar. 1889, Gardiner, Me., and 
was buried there; m. in Nobleboro, 18 Feb. 1880, John-Calvin PILLSBXntTy b. 14 
May, 1809, at N., a. of Rev. Phineas and Sarah (Green) of N. He died in October, 
1884, Nobleboro. She married 2d, in that town, 29 Nov. 1888, John BRAUm, of 
Gardiner, Mc 



Winslow^ Iliill^ Crammer. ' 6S5 



Child: 



7903. Datid-Gbbkn*, b. 2 May, 183-, Nobleboro; ra. Union, Knox Co., Mo., 1 
Jan. 1858, Aravesta-M. Uawes; m. dd, in Union, 1 Jan. 1863, Uannah 
Walcott. Carriage manufactarer. Res. 1872, Uniojij Jfik 

Children bom in Union: 

7904. 1. Arave8ta-Hawes% b. 13 Dec. 1859. 

7905. 2. John-Calvin*, b. 9 Dec. 1865. 

7906. NATHANIEL-OLTVER', [7874] (Nathanisl-OliMr^, John\ OUvei^, yd- 
thanid^, Nathanu^, Kenelm\) b. Nov. 1813, Nobleboro; d. 2 Feb. 1846, at N., and 
^was bnried there; married, 20 Jan. 1839, Sarah Dunbar, of N., b. 1 Feb. 1813, 
in N., dan. of Joseph and Martha (Chapman) of N. She married 2d, in her native 
town, 15 Jan. 1849, Josiah* Winslow, the uncle of her first bnsband [8074]. 

NobUbaro, Me. 

Children bom in Nobleboro: 

7907* 1. Nathaniel-Oscar*, b. 23 June, 1840; m. JeflPerson, Me., 81 Dec. 1861, 
Mary-Frances Turner, b. 17 Apr. 1841, Nobleboro, dan. of James and 
Mary (OUver) of N. Res. NobUboro, M4. 

Children bom in Nobleboro; 

790a 1. Everett-Isaac*, b. 27 Oct 1869. 

7909. 2. Jessie-May*, b. 17 Oct. 1864. 

7910. 8. Charles-Spurgeon*, b. 15 July, 1867. 

7911. 4. Clara-Colby*, b. 10 Nov. 1869. 

7912. 8. Sabah-Abioail*, b. 11 Oct; 1841; m. Nobleboro, 22 Oct. 1856, Miles- 

Maxwell* Hall [7764], b. 24 Mar. 1S3^ in N., s. of Elbridge-Gerry' 
and Mary (Vannah) of N. Res. 1872, NobUboro^ He, 

Children born in Nobleboro: 

7913. 1. Mary-Susannah*, b. 22 Dec. 1857; d. 80 Nov. 1872. Noblcl)oro. and 

was interred in the Winslow burial-ground, Wiuslow Hill. 

7914. 2. Onville-Denwood*, b. 7 Mar. 1861. 

7915. 8. Raohkl-Zerelda*, b. 17 Aug. 1848; ra. Wtildoboro, ^Ic., 4 Aug. 18C6, 

Lowell Crammer, of W., b. 15 May, 1844, at W., s. of Samuel and 
Eunice (Caler) of W. Res. 1872, Vlnal Ilnven, Waldo Ca.y Me. 

Children : 

7916. 1. Frank-Johnson*, b. 28 Apr. 1867, Nobleboro. 

7917. 2. Sarah-Ada*, b. 23 July, 1869, Waldoboro. 

7918. MARTHA-HOPKINS', [787o](iVrf^/wrtie^-Or;w/-*,J?V//i*, Olhcr\ rr.ahnnifi}, 
Baikaniel^, Kenelm\) b. 25 Jan. 1815, Nobleboro; d. 16 Sept 1867, AVa!doboio, 
Lincoln Co., Me.; married atN., Sept. 1887, Allen HATiL, b. 5 Feb. 1815, aiN., s. of 
Daniel and Mary (Genthner) of N. ^lip-carpenter. He res. 1872, Waldoboro^ Me, 



0S6 Descendants of CapL Joseph* Win slow. K 

Children: 

7919. 1. Laubaetta-Jane, b. 28 Feb. 1838, Nobleboro; m. 81 May, 1862, (George- 

Henry lancoln, b. October, 1888, Washington, Knox Co., Me. Miller. 

7920. 2. IIaiux>w.Morsr, b. 17 Feb. 1842, Waldoboro; enlisted at Damariscotta, 

Me., 19 Jane, 1861, in Co. £., 4tb Reg. Maine Vols., CoL Uiram-G. 
Berry commanding; was discharged at Rockland, Me., 17 July, 1864. 
He mamed, 17 Sept 1865, Lonisa Robinson, of Angasta, Me. Farmer* 

Res. 1872, Attgusta, Ms. 

7921. 8. Ctrus-Bratnard, b. 2 Mar. 1844, Waldoboro; m. 8 Oct. 1868, Mary- A. 

liockwell, of Washington, Me. Joiner. Res. 1872, Belfast^ Me. 

7922. 4. Martha-Abbib, b. 29 Nov. 1848, Waldoboro. 

7928. 5. Charlbs-Allbn, b. 5 Apr. 1854, Waldoboro; died there, 81 Dec. 1854. \ 
7924. 6. Lizzie-Mabilla, b. 8 Sept. 1858, " 

7925. CAPT. JOSEPH*, [7627] {John\ Olivm^, Nathaniel^, NaihanUl^, Kene/m') 
b. ^6 Jan. 1786, Nobleboro; died there, 2 Feb. 1865; m. Waldoboro, Me., 8 Oct. 
1809, Chloe Hall, b. 4 Jan. 1791. at N., dau. of James and Hannah (Keene) of N. 
He was'captain of Light Infantry in 1814, and was called out as Coast Guard; re- 
ceived a pension for his services. Ship-carpenter. His widow was living in 1875. 

Hohleboro, Me. 

Children bom in Nobleboro: 

7926. 1. Maria\ b. 30 Oct. 1810; d. 12 May, 1884, Nobleboro, and was buried 

there, in the Winslow burial-ground, Winslow Hill. She married at 
Nobleboro, 28 Nov. 1830, Willium-Chasu Trask, of Windsor, Me., b. 21 
Dec. 1806, Appleton, Me., s. of Abiezer-Edson and Mary- Ann (Johnson) 
of W. Farmer. 

Res. Buda, Bureau Co., Ill, and, 1872, Richland^ Kalamazoo C^., MUih, 
Children: 

7927. 1. Joseph-Winslow*, b. February, 1831, Nobleboro; d. 22 Nov. 1851, 

Vassalboro, Me. 

7928. 2. WilliamV b. probably in November, 1832, Thomaston, Me. ; d. Feb 

1838, Vassalboro. 
:92a 2. Joseph', b. 15 July, 1812: d. 10 Mar. 1840, Ifallowell, Me., and wasiburiec 
there; married in II., Flora Davis, of H., duu. of John 2d and Belinda- 
Howard (Mudgett; of H. bhe died in Hartford, Ct Book-keeper. 

Res. Poitland, Augusta, Nobleboro, and Uallowell^ ife 
Child: 
7980. Charles', born in Ilallowell, Me. ; in 1872 was a railroad conductor ii 

New York State. 

7931. 3. Sophia', b. 27 Jan. 1814; d. 9 May, 1807, Buda, 111. ; married as 2d wifi 

Nobleboro, 31 Aug. 1835, William-Chase Trask, husband of her sistf 
Maria' [7926]. Farmer. Res. 1872, Bkhland, Miet^ 

Children: 

7932. 1. Ann-Maria», b. 23 d., 9 m., 183G, N. ; d. 5 d., 5 m., 1855, Buda, HI 



Fish^ WatUy KirJy^atrick. 



C87 



7088L %. Althen-Delia*, b. 16 d.,8 m.,1888, Windsor, Me. ; m. by Rev. F-B. Ives, 

^ Tiskilwa, Bareau Co., 111., 4 I^Iar. 1865, to Edwaid-Payson Fish, b, 

14 Sept 1881, Clarkson, Monroe Co., N.Y., 9. of Josiah-L. and Mary 

(Pierce). Bcs. Princeton, Bureau Co., 111., Eaobnoster, Johnson 

Ca, Mo., and Columbia^ Boom Oo.y Mo. 

Children: 

■nWl. 1. Sdw(iT^8herman\ b. 28 Apr. 1866, Princeton; died there, 8 Sept 

1867. 
7935. 2. Emma-Maf^, b. 6 Mar. 1869, Princeton. * 

7986. 8. WUliB-Olarenct^, b. 14 Dec. 1870; d. 4 Aug. 1871, Columbia, Mo. 

7987. 8. Veste-Jane*, b. ';^5 d., 8 m., 1840, Vassalboro; d. 21 d., 5 ul, 1868, 

Buda, m., and was buried there; was married at Annawan, III., by 
Key. Wni. McDermond, to Benjamin-Franklin Waite, b. 7 Aug. 1838, 
in Ohio, s. of Richard and Mary (Hill) of Ohio. Dry goods mer- 
chant and grocer. He res. 1872, Buda^ Bureau Oo.^ IIL 
Children: 

1. EUa-SelP, bom in Concord, Bureau Co., HI. 

2. J^mnitf- FMta*, bom in Neponset, *^ ** 
4. Bebecca-Frances*, b. 20 d., 10 m., 1848, Vassalboro; m. DoTer, HI., 

by Key. L-L. Lansing, 17 July, 1862,- to William-Long Kirkpatrick, 
b. 5 Feb. 1841, La Salle Co., III., s.of William and Cornelia (Benson) 
of Tiskilwa, III. Photographer. Res. 1872, Qeneseo, Henry Co.^ lU, 
Children bora in Tiskilwa: 

1. Lyman- Wirulaw*, b. 20 Feb. 1864; d. 1 Aug. 1865, Tiskilwa. 

2. JesM'LeweUm^ b. 14 June, 1868; d. 20 Sept 1868, '' 
ft. Eugene-Harlow*, b. 2 d., 4 m., 1845, Vassalboro; d. 25 d., 6 m., 1872, 

Buda, 111. ; was married there, by Rev. Chester Corueli, 1 Feb. 1870, to 
Harriet-Maria Brown, b. 25 Feb. 1844, Providence, Bureau Co., IIL, 
dau. of James-Amold and Vianna (Wilkinson) of B. Res. Enob- 
noster, Johnson Co., and Lexington, Lafayette Co., Mo. 

She res. 1873, Buda, lU. 

7944. 6. William-Gardner*, b. 18 d., 10 m., 1847, Vassalboro; died there, 27 d., 

12 m., 1852. 

7945. 7. Ella-Adelle*, b. 1 d., 7 m., 1848, Vassalboro; d. 10 d., 10 m., 1854, 

Buda, HI. 

7946. 8. Alonzo-Chandler*, b. 28 d., 8 m., 1849, Vassalboro; was unmarried 

in 1878. Res. Richland, Mich. 

7947. 9. Sarah-Emeline*, b. 22 d., 7 m., 1851, Vassalboro; d. 5 d., 5 m., 1850, 

Buda. 

7948. 10. Tallman-Jacob', b. 14 d., 9 m., 1852, Vassalboro; in 1873 was unmar- 

ried. Res. Buda, III. 

7949. 11. Emma-Cbloe*, b. 6 d., 9 m., 1854, Buda; in 1878 was unmarried. 

Res. Buda, Hi. 

7950. 4. ALraBUS^ b. 12 Nov. 1816; died unmarried, 5 Not. 1839, Nobleboro, 

and was buried there, in the Winslow burial-ground, Winslow HllL 



79331 
7939. 
7940. 



J941. 
7942. 
794S. 



11 



688 DescendatUe of CwpL Joseph* Witisloto. ^ 

7951. 5. Qborob^ b. 13 Jan. 1818; m. Nobleboro, 26 Deo. 1889, Lncy-Ann Oentb- 

ner, b. 12 Apr. 1822, at N., dan. of John and Sarah (Hall) of N. 8he 
died 14 Apr. 1847, at Nobleboro, and was bnried there. He married 
2d, Waldoboro, Me., 17 Oct. 1847, Lncy-Ann Cole, a native of W., dao. 
of Abram and Maria (Castine) of W., where she died. He married 8d, 
in W., Clara Eeene, also bom in W., dan. of Robert-Miller and Clara 
(Bnrket) of W. Farmer. P.O. add. 1875, Waldoboro, Me. 

Children: 

7952. 1. Elonso^Theodore*, b. 19 Nor. 1841 ; died unmarried. 
7958. 2. Chandler-Marcellns*, b. 22 May, 1848; died onmarried. 

7954. 8. Lncy-Ann*, b. 2 Feb. 1845; m. Nobleboro, Me., 11 Jan. 1868, Cbapin- 

Jndson Oenthner, b. 9 June, 1882, at N., a. of James and Sabra 
(Dunbar) of N. House joiner. Bes. 1872, HMUborOy Mi. 

Children bom in Nobleboro: 

7955. 1. Jams^-Dwibat*, b. 18 May, 1869. 

7956. 2. WaU^, b. 22 July, 1871. 

7057. 4. Bon*, b. 10 Nor. 184-, Waldoboro; d. 17 Oct. 1846, W., and was 

buried tiiere. 

7958. 5. Annie-Maria*, b. 22 Oct. 1848, Waldoboro; married there, 19 May, 

1866, William-James Winchenbach, b. 29 Nov. 1845, at W.* a. of 
James and Harriet (Havener) of W. 
Children bora in Waldoboro: 

7959. 1. OlairibeP, b. 6 June, 1867. 

7960. 2. OharleS'Frederid^^ b. 8 June, 1868. 

7961. 8. NeUio-GertrutW, b. 29 Nov. 1869. 

7962. 4. Mctry-EM, b. 26 July, 1871. 
By 8d marriage: 

7968. 6. •, b. 16 Jan. 1855. 

7964. 6. Qabdikbb% b. 20 Sept. 1820 ;d. 15 Apr. 18—, Thomaston, Me., and was 

buried in Nobleboro; married atT., 80 Oct. 1847, Susan Jordon, a native 
and resident of T. He was a wheelwright. 8.p. 

She res. 1872, Thomaston^ Me, 

7965. 7. John\ b. 1 Oct 1822; died unmarried, 20 Mar. 1851, Nobleboro, and was 

interred there, in Winslow burial-ground, Winslow Hill. 

7966. 8. AyBRT\ b. 7 Jan. 1824; d. 17 Aug. 1824, Nobleboro, and was interred in 

Winslow burial-ground. 

7967. 9. Lymah-Hall', b. 17 July, 1825; m. Nobleboro, 6 Nov. 1847, Lydia- 

Sylvester Trask, b. 14 Feb. 1828, Jefferson, Me., dau. of Rev. Enos and 
Sarah (Haggett) of N. Farmer. Res. 1875, NoUeboro, Me. 

Children born in Nobleboro: 

7968. 1. Burton-Zorades*, b. 25 Oct 1848; m. Nobleboro, 28 Nov. 1872, 

Ednor* Winslow [7858], dau. of Bradford-D\, of N. 

Res. 1878, DamarisooUa MiUa, NMebaro, Me. 

7969. 2. John-Marshall*, b. 18 Aug. 1850; married, 6 Dec. 1871, Clara-Amelia 

Colby, of Waldoboro, b. 28 Feb. 1850, Richmond, Me., dan. of Dr. 
George-Washington and Amanda-M. (Chase). 



K Sarah* ( Winslow) Duribar and Descendants. 689 

Chnd: 

7970. MabelrOhtM^, b. 11 Dec 1872, Kobleboro. 

7971. 8. Lyman-Enos% b. 6 Sept. 1852. 

7972. 4. Ira», b. 16 July, 1855; d. July, 1858, Nobleboro. 

7973. 5. Carrie', b. 28 July, 1856; d. 8 Aug. 1856, *' 

7974. «. Lynda- AdeUa', b.' 23 Feb. 1860. 

7975. 10. Emily', b, 17 June, 1827; married Austin. 

Rea. 1872, Vimalharo, Me. 

7976. 11. Uriah', b. 7 June, 1829; d. 6 Nov. 1829, at N., and was buried there, in 

"Winslow burial-ground. 

7977. 13. 1ba.\ b. 6 Mar. 1831 ; d. 8 July, 1857, unmarried, at Nobleboro, and was 

buried there, in Winslow burial-ground. 

7978. 18. Ye8TA-Makia', b. 6 Oct 1888; married Austin. 

Res. 1872, VatsalborOf Me. 

7979. SARAH*, [7628] {John\ Oliver^, Nathaniel, Nathaniel^, Kmelm\) b. 1 
Oct 1787, Nobleboro, Me. ; d. 8 Aug. 1869, at N., and was interred there. She 
married in her native town, 25 Dec. 1805, Jesse DTJNBAB, b. 4 Apr. 1782, Bridge- 
water, Mass., 8. of Jesse and Mary (Stone) of N. He was a farmer and surveyor. 
The following obituary notice was written on the occasion of his death : 

•'In Nobleboro, Dec. 8, [1872] Jesse Dunbar, aged 90 years. He was bom in 
Bridgewater, Mass., and moved with his parents to Nobleboro, Me., when eleven 
years of age, and lived upon the same place seventy-nine years, until he was called 
to bis home alK>ve — bright views of which cheered his last hours. He was a much 
respected citizen, a kind husband and father — his virtues were manifest daily. Some 
seventy-three years ago he found hope in Christ, and united with the Congregational 
Church. But about forty-seven years since, changing his views in regard to baptism, 
he was baptized by Father Pillsbury and united with the First Baptist Church in 
Kobleboro, with which his late companion was already connected, and spent the 
remainder of his long life an esteemed member. His house was a home for the 
servants of Christ His eleven children were all baptized into the fellowship of the 
same church with their parents, and the ten who survive them are all still members 
of Baptist churches; two of whom, Albert and Melzar Dunbar, are among our well- 
known and esteemed Baptist ministers.'^ Seven of these children have been teachers. 

Res. 1875, Nobleboro, Me. 

Children born in Noblebofo: 

7980. 1. Jessb, [7991] b. 81 Oct 1806; m. Sarah Clark; m. 2d, Ruth Amea. 

7981. 2. Sarah, [8000] b. 16 Oct. 1808; m. Elisha-B. Palmer, 

7982. 8. Mary, [8020] b. 12 Sept. 1810; m. D. Moody. 

7983. 4. Anqelinb, [8028] b. 8 Nov. 1818; m. Lot Cli&pman. 

7984. 5. Albert, [8030] b. 21 Jan. 1815: m. Elizabeth Rich. 

7985. 6. Melzar, [8085] b. 10 Jan. 1817; m. Minerva Hopkins. 

7986. 7. Urstila-Abigail, [8047] b. 22 May, 1819; m. Rev. James-Sullivan Trask. 

7987. 8. Newell, b. 8 Apr. 1821 ; died unmarried, 14 Apr. 1842, at Nobleboro. 

7988. 9. Dorotht-Janb, [8056] b. 28 Dec. 1823; m. John- Weeks Ferkiiuu 



690 Descendants of 8a/rah^ ( Winslow) Dunbwr. K 

7989. 10. EowABD-WmsLow, [8060] b. 16 Apr. 1826; m. Lucinda-Pool Barnhanu 

7990. 11. LoBSNZO, [8068] b. 19 Oct 1829; m. Angeletta Hall. 

7991. JESSE', [7980] {Scnrah^ (WimUno) Dunbar, John\ Olim^, Nathaniel^, No- 
thanUJ^, Kendm\) b. 81 Oct. 1806, Nobleboro, Me. ; died there, 14 Oct 1878, and was 
buried in Jefferson; m. by Rev. Phineas PiUsbury, 20 May, 1827, to Sarah Clark, b. 
15 Mar. 1807, at N., dau. of John. She died 18 Jan. 1849, Palermo, Knox Co., Mc, 
and was buried there. He married 2d, Ruth Ames, b. 24 July, 1806, Jefferson, Me. 
Wheelwright She res. 1875, Jtffefrmm^ Ma. 

Children bom in Freedom, Waldo Co. Me. : 
7992. 1. BuBL- Williams', b. 80 Dec 1828. 
7998. 2. Alva-Lincoln*, b. 26 May, 1830. 

7994. 8. Mabtha-Janb*, b. 12 Feb. 1888; married Chatmcey-A. Swift, of Mont- 

ville, Me., b. 26 Mar. 1817. 
Children: 

7995. 1. MariUa-M>., b. 8 Jan. 1858. 

7996. 2. Ckra-A*., b. 81 Jan. 1855. 

7997. 8. Wilmot-H*., b. 24 Feb. 1859. 

7998. 4. Sarah-Winslow*, b. 21 Sept. 1889; was married by Rev. Wm. Telly, 

Jefferson, Me., 18 Dec. 1862, to Lorenzo-Allen* Meservey [7656], b. 27 
Jan. 1888, in J., a. of William^ and Eliza (Nash) of J. Farmer. 

Res. 1878, J^srrnn^ Me. 
ChUd: 

7999. Xnrick-Day», b. 29 Nov. 1866, Jefferson. 

8000. SARAH', [7981] (Sarah!' ( If in«iw) Dunbar, John,\ Olivm*, NatfumUJ^, No- 
thaniaP^ Eenelm\) b. 16 Oct. 1808, Nobleboro; married Elisha-B. PAUCEB, of N., 
b. 1 Jane, 1807; d. 10 Nov. 1868, Brewer, Me. She res. 1872, Bretcer VUlage, Me, 

Children : 

8001. 1. Halset-Hkla«, b. 8 Nov. 1888, Nobleboro; d. 19 Sept. 1861, Brewer; 

married Jane Maddox, of N., bom there, 7 July, 1885. 

Children: 

8002. 1. £lwood-A*., b. 18 Dec. 1859, N. ; d. 21 May, 1861, Brewer. 

8008. 2. Mary-E*., b. 9 Jan. 1868. 

8004. 2. Arlinda-E*., b. 18 Jan. 1836, Nobleboro; married John-Leisbman Clark, 

of Newcastle, Me., bom there, 21 Dec 1826. Res. 1875, NeiocaaUe^ Me. 
Children bom in Newcastle: 

8005. 1. Julia-C, b. 29 Nov. 1856. 

8006. 2. Lovesta-W*., b. 9 Nov. 1858. 

8007. 8. OrUndo.p»., b. 12 Aug. 1860; d. 20 Aug. 1861, Newcastle. 
800a 4. Berthena-A*., b. 16 Nov. 1861. 

8009. 5. Sarah-P*., b. 1 Apr. 1863. 

8010. 6. John-LV, b. 23 Feb. 1866; d. 28 Feb. 1866, Newcastle. 

8011. 7. Sophronia-M*., b. 24 Aug. 1867. 



K Choifpman^ Moody ^ CcMand: 691 

8012. 8. B£BTH]BKA-A^, b. 5 June, 1838, Nobleboio; nurried John-W. Ghapmu, 
of Nobleboro, b. 26 Mar. 1881, at K. 
Ouldren; 

8018. 1. Edward-B*., b. 4 Sept 1858, Nobleboro, 

8014. 2. 8arab.£*., b. 29 May, 1861, Newcartle. 

8015. 4. Orlakdo-A*., b. 22 Nov. 1840, Nobleboro; married 8arah-a Dennett, of 

Brewer, b. 18 May, 1887. 

8016. 5. TwiNOLro8-0% b. 21 Mar. 1843, Nobleboro. 

8017. 6. Sarah-J'., b. 10 Oct. 1845, ** 
80ia 7. Btron-W*., b. 16 Mar. 1849, *« 

8019. a Saiidford-R*., b. 2 Mar. 1852. 

8020. MARY^, [7982] {aarah\ (Windaw) Dunbar, John\ Olwm^, Nathaniel^, 
JSiatham^, Kenelm\) b. 12 Sept. 1810, Nobleboro, Me. ; married D. MOODY, of N., 
b. 30 Dec. 1810. * Res. 1872, Thomaston, Me, 

Children bom in Thomaaton: 
8021. 1. Ainr-MEDORA*, b. 12 Sept. 1835; married Joseph Oatland, of T., b. 11 
Aug. 1836. Rea. ThonuuUm^ 2U, 

Children bom in Thomaston : 

1. Osgood-S*., b. 28 Dec. 1859. 

2. Carrie-A*., b. 6 Dec. 1861. 
8. Bdward-K*., b. 7 Nov. 1865. 

Kbki>ali/-W*., b. 1 July, 1887; d. 6 Jnne, 1855, T. 
Mart-Ada*, b. 12 Jan. 1846. 
Absiabrt-D*., b. 2 Aug. 1849. 

8028. ANGELINir, [7983] (JSarah* {WindmD) Dunbar, Mn\ Otinei^, JITathanisP, 
Nathaniel, Kendm\) b. 8 Nor. 1813, Nobleboro; married Lot CHAPMAN, of N., 
b. 10 Ang. 1818, at N. Res. 1872, Nahant^ Mau, 

ChUd: 

8029. Ahista-S., b. 17 Aug. 1851; d. 15 Sept 1868. 

8030. REV. ALBERT', [7984] {8arah^ {WitUUno) Dunbar, /aJbi», Oliim^, No- 
tkanieP^ Nathaniel^^ Kendm\) b. 21 Jan. 1815, Noblebqro, Me. ; m. by Rev. Cbarles- 
G. Porter, Hope, Knox Co., Me., 21 June, 1842, to Elizabeth-Talbot Rich, of H., b; 
31 Jan. 1821, dan. of Rev. Samuel and Grace (Gilkey) of H. 

Res. Camden, Knox, Patten, Freedom, Springvale, ai^d, 1875, Alft^ M$. 

Children: 

8031. 1. Albert- Watlaitd, b. 17 June, 1848, Knox; d. 1 April, 1860, Alfred 

8032. 2. JuDSON-BoARDMAN, b. 6 July, 1848, Pattfltt. 

8033. 8. LizznB-D., b. 12 Oct. 1850, Freedom. 

8034. 4. Alics-D., b. 12 Aug. 1857, Alfred. 

8035. REV. MELZAR\ [7985] {Sarah* (Win$UM) Dunbar, Mn\ OditDm^, if«- 
ikani^, NathanieP, Kmelm\) b. 10 Jan. 1817, Nobleboro; m. by Rev. Amos-R 



8022. 




8028. 




8024. 




8025. 


2. 


8026. 


8. 


8027. 


4. 



692 Descendants of Sarah* ( Winslow) Dunhar. K 

Pendleton, Jefferson, Me., 15 Dec. 1842, to Minerva Hopkini, of J,, b. there. 21 
June, 1822, dan. of David and Esther (Trask) of J. 

Res. 1875, AddUon, WaMngUm Oo., Ms. 
Children: 

8086. 1. EuziixA-MnfERYA*, b. 1 Jan. 1844, Hope, Me.; married Calvin Leaoh, 

of Penobscot, Me., b. 7 Jan. 1885. 
Children: 

8087. 1. Eugene-C*., b. 18 Nov. 1868. 

8088. 2. Albert-Preston*, b. 8 Nov. 1868. 

8089. 2. Claua-Pkescott*, b. 15 Dec 1845, Albion, Me.; married Jamea-H* 

Davia, of St. George, Me., b. 28 Jan. 1888. 
Children : 

8040. 1. Herbert-H»., b. 25 Apr. 1867. 

8041. 2. Louisa-B*., b. 5 July, 1869, St. Geoige. 

8042. 8. EuGENB-KiNCAiD*, b. 11 Oct. 1847, Albion. 
8048. 4. Melzak-Pre8T0N% b. 19 Nov. 1849, Monroe, Me. 

8044. 5. Lucy-Thacher*, b. 23 Jan. 1854, ** 

8045. 6. Ella-Maria% b. 17 Sept. 1856, Surry, Me. 

8046. 7. JoHN-BiCKMORB*, b. 20 Oct. 1864, St George. 

8047. URSULA-ABIGAIL^ [7986] (SoroA* {mnshw) Dunbar, John\ OHwr*, 
Nathaniel^, Nathaniel^, Kenelm\) b. 22 May, 1819, Nobleboro, Me. ; was married there, 
by Rev. Enos Trosk, 26 Sept. 1842, to Rev. James-Sullivan TBASK, of Jefferson, 
b. there 13 Apr. 1817, s. of John and Betsey (Hilton) of J. He is a Calvinistic 
Baptist minister; labored as a missionary seven years, in Washington county, being 
located at Princeton, Me. Res. 1875, Nobleboro^ M$. 

Children: 

8048. 1. Evandbr-Sullivak*, b. 18 May, 1845, New Hampton, N.H. 

8049. 2. Paulina-Ursula", b. 14 May, 1847, Nobleboro; d. there, 28 Aug. 184a 

8050. 8. LoRENA-Ai«iGBLiNE% b. 27 May, 1849, " ; m. Brunswick, Me., 18 

Sept 1867, Edward-Tappan Hodge, of North Edgecomb; Me., b. 10 
Mar. 1844, £., s. of William and Abigail (Tappan) of E. Farmer and 
teacher. Res. 1872, N<yr1h Edgeeomb, 2U. 

Children bom in Edgecomb: 

8051. 1. Willie-Edward^, b. 17 July, 1868; d. 20 Aug. 1869, B. 

8052. 2. Abbie-Tappan*, b. 18 Aug. 1869. 

8058. 4. James-Newbll% b. 18 Aug. 1852, NobleborQ. 

8054. 5. Albert-Spurgeon*, b. 19 Apr. 1859, ** 

8055. 6. Judson-Hassbltinb*, b. 16 Feb. 1861, '* 

8056. DOROTHY-JANE', [7988] (Sarah* {Winslow) Dunbar, John\ Olwei^, 
Nathaniel*, IfathaniO*, Kendm \) b. 28 Dec. 1823, Nobleboro, Me.; married there, 4 
Nov. 1852, Johh Weeks PEBKINS^ b. 81 Jan. 1825, at N.. s. of Paul and Mary 
(Grlndlc) of N. Shipwriglit. Res. 1872, Nobleboro, Me. 



K Descendants of John* Whislaw. 693 

Children: 
8057. 1, JoHN-Ai«8TON, b. 28 Dec 1858. 
8068. 2, LoBEKZO-DuKBAB, b. 12 Feb. 1855. 
8059. 8. Estella-Jaicb, b. 26 Mar. 1857. 

8060. EDWARD-TrarSLOW», [7989] (Sarah* {Windaio) Dunbar, John\ Olker, 

NaUumieP^ Nathatii^, ^melm\} b. 16 Apr. 1826, Nobleboro, Me. ; m. Edgecomb, 

Me., 4 Nov. 1852, Lncinda-Pool Bornham, b. 18 June, 1880, E., dau. of Daniel and 

Malinda (Wheeler) of £. Bookseller and stationer; selectman, superintendent of 

sehoolfli and has been representative to the State Legislature. 

Res. Nobleboro, Newcastle, and, 1875, DamariiOfttaf Ms. 
Children: 

8061. 1. Edwabd-Evkbbtt, b. 18 Jan. 1854, Nobleboro. 

8062. 2. LizziB-LuciKDA, b. 24 Nov. 1855, *'' 

8068. 8. EJENDALL-MooDT, b. 18 Sept. 1857, ^* 

8064. 4. WiLLis-BuBHHAM, b. 25 Feb. 1860, ** 

8065. 5. Hbrbebt- Allen, b. 22 Mar. 1862, ** 

8066. 6. HATTiB-WmsLow, b. 7 Sept 1864, Newcastle. 

8067. 7. Mbbton-Whbblbb, b. 7 Nov. 1867, *♦ 

8068. LORENZO', [7990] {Sarah* (WirMhw) Dunbar, J(^n\ Oliver^, ITathanUl^, 
NathanieP, Kenelm\)\K 19 Oct. 1829, Nobleboro, Me.; m. Thomaston, Me., 18 June, 
1856, Angeletta Hall, b. 18 May, 1887, at N., dan. of David and Abigail (Hatch) of 
N., and gr. dau. of Frederick and Lydia (Bryant) Hatch and of Daniel and Mary 
(Guthiie) HalL She died 12 June, 1870, Nobleboro. Farmer. 

He res. 1875, NoblAoro^ Ms. 

Children bom in Nobleboro: 

8069. 1. Ella-Jakb, b. 17 Jan. 1857. 

8070. 2. Edson-Lorbkzo, b. 15 July, 1850. 

8071. 8. Sabah-Akgelinb, b. 17 Mar. 18G2. 

8072. 4. Ahoib-Mabia, b. 20 Mar. 1864. 
8078. 5. OusTiHA, b. 25 Aug. 1866. 

8074. JOSIAH*, [7680] (John\ OUmt^, Nathaniel^, Wal^ameP, Kendm\) b. 29 
Feb. 1792, Nobleboro, Me. ; married there, 25 Dec. 1815, Mary Austin, b. 13 Oct. 
1795, in N., dau. of John and Hannah (Hall) [Plummer] of N., and gr. dau. of 
James and Hannah (Eeene) Hall, of N., formerly of Marshfield, Mass. She died 
81 Jan. 1845, Nobleboro, and was buried there, in Winslow burial-ground, Winslow 
HilL He married 2d, in his native town, 15 Jan. 1849, Sarah (Dunbar) [Winslow], 
b. 1 Feb. 1818, in N., widow of Nathaniel-Oliver' Winslow [7906], and dau. of 
Joseph and Martha (Chapman) of N. He was a drummer in the war of 1812 and a 
pensioner. Farmer. Bes. 1875, NdUeboro^ Me, 

Children bom in Nobleboro: 

8075. 1. Maby', b. 16 Oct. 1816; d. 5 May, 1841, Nobleboro, and was buried in 
Winslow burial-ground, Winslow Hill; married in N., 21 Aug. 



694 Srmd' Window.^ K 

18a7, Thomas Genthner, b. 28 June 1812, In N., s. of John and Sarali 
(Hall) of N. He died 2 Mar. 1872, Waldoboio^ Me., and was buried 
. there. He was a merchant. 

Child: 

8076. Almeda*, b. 8 Apr. 1888, Kobleboro; died there, 18 Deo. 1848, and 

was buried in Winslow burial-ground, Winalow HilL 

8077. 2. Haitkah-Hall*, b. 13 Aug. 1810; in 1875 was unmarried. 

Res. NobUboro^ lU. 

8078. 8. Sakah-Thoicas% b. 9 Apr. 1823; in 1875 was unmarried. 

Res. Nbbleboro, Ife. 

8079. 4. Jo8iAH-AuSTm% b. 29 May, 1827; d. 1 Dec. 1856, Nobleboro, and waa 

buried there, in Winslow burial-ground. He married in Jefferson, Me., 
27 Aug. 1846, Lucy-^nu Yannah, b. 15 Jan. 1827, Nobleboro, dau. of 
Charles and Elizabeth (Umberhend) of K. She died 10 Aug. 1849, at 
N., and was interred in Winslow burial-ground. He married 2d, in N., 
8 Apr. 1858, Cynthia-Jane* Hall [7767], dau. of Elbridge-Gerry* and 
Mary (Yannah) of K. She married 2d, Phineas-Pillsbury Bennor. 

Bes. Ifoblebcn^ Ms. 
Children: 

8080. 1. Leslie-Chase', b. 3 Dec. 1847, Noblebora 

8081. 2. Josiah-Afton*, b. 9 July, 1854, *• 

8082. 8. Mary-Ella*, b. 3 Mar. 1856. 

8083. 4. Nettie*, b. 1 Jan. 1857; d. 27 Dec. 1857, Nobleboro, and was buried 

in Winslow burial-ground, Winslow Hill. 

8084. 5. Hblbn- Augusta', b. 26 Oct: 1830; married William Yannah, of Noble- 

boro; born there, 15 Nov. 1828, s. of Charles and Elizabeth (Umber- 
hend) of N. Res. 1875, NMAoro, M4. 

Children bom in Nobleboro: 

8085. 1. Keldeo*, b. 7 Aug. 1857. 

8086. 2. Hudson*, b. 6 July, 1859. 

8087. 8. Mary-Lizzie*, b. 8 Nov. 1860. 

8088. 4. Nettie", b. 6 Nov. 1863. 

8089. 6. Hekbibtta*, b. 13 Apr. 1885 ; d. 27 Dec. 1851, and was buried in Winslow 

burial-ground, Winslow Hill, Nobleboro. 

8090. SNOW*, [7631] {John*, Olwer*, Nathaniel, Nathaniel^, KeMlm\) b. 4 Jan. 
1796, Nobleboro. Me. ; died there, 13 Oct. 1854, and was buried there, in Winslow 
burial-ground, Winslow HilL He married in Waldoboro, Me., 25 Dec. 1818, 
Elizabeth Hoch, of W., b. 9 Mar. 1799, W., dau. of George and Annie (Weller) of 
W.. both of whom were Germans. He was a fifer in the war of 1812, and a pensioner. 
Farmer. He lived on the old homestead. [See 7622]. In 1875, his widow was 
Btill residing there. Ndtieboroy Me, 

Children bom in Nobleboro : 
iOOl. 1. BLizABETK-Am*, b. 16 Mar. 1820; m. Boston, Mass., 19 Nov. 1843, 



^ WaUkeTy Gamage. 695 

C^ige- Washington Walkttr, of Alma, b. ff June, 1818, at A., a. of 
William and Elizabeth (Dunham) of A. Shipwright. 

P.O. add. 1875, NdfMforo, M$. 
Children: 
809a. 1. Qeorgia*, b. 10 Aug. 1844, Boston, Mass. ; m. Kobleboro, 17 Apr. 

1868, Abram-Tarr Gamage, b. 1 Nov. 1888, Bristol, Me., a. of 
Oliver and Angeline (Tarr) of Damariscotta, Me. Seaman. 

Child: 
8QML MarcM^Iklano- Herbert, b. 28 Ang. 1866, BristoL 

80M. 2. Yesta-Ann*, b. 8 Nov. 1845, Alma; d. 14 May, 1849, and waa boned 

in the German borial-groond, Waldoboro, Me. 

8095. 8. Adoniram-Jadson*, b. 15 Jan. 1848, Alma. 

8096. 4. Vesta-Ann-Elizabeth*, b. 8 Aug. 1851, Waldoboro. 

8097. 5. Hattie-Eldridge*, b. 14 Jan. 1859, Bath, Me. 

8098. 2. A8A-WsLLER% b. 29 June, 1822; was manied oy Renben Off, at Waldo- 

\xxOy Me., Sunday, 81 Oct 1846, to Mary-Catherine Caler, b. Friday, 
19 Mar. 1826, W., dau. of Cbarles-Ludwig and Mary (Genthner) of W. 
* Blacksmith; has worked for the Government on stone tool-making. 

Res. in Waldoboro; Rockland, Me., eight years; and Fox Island, Me., 
seventeen years. P.O. add. 1874, Vkudhaven^ KruM 0»., i/«. 

Children: 

8099. 1. Ann*, b. May, 1848, Waldoboro; d. 1848. 

8100. 8. Charles-Eaven*, b. Tuesday, 8 June, 1849, Waldobora 

8101. 8. Clarence- Weller*, b. Thursday, 1 Feb. 1851, •* 

8102. 4. Mary- Anna*, b. Saturday, 11 Feb. 1858, Rockland, Knox Co., Me. 
8108. 5. Hattie-Ella*, b. Wednesday, 6 Apr. 1856, " ; d. Saturday, 7 

Feb. 1868, Yinalhaven. 

8104. 6. Franklin-Snow*, b. Saturday, 9 Oct 1859, Y. ; died there, Monday, 

21 Feb. 1868.' 

8105. 7. Clarice*, b. Wednesday, 26 Nov. 1861, Y. ; died there, 27 Jan. 1868. 

8106. 8. Franklin-Herbert*, b. Wednesday, 9 Jan. 1863, Y. 

8107. 9. Emily-Kittredge*, b. Saturday, 15 July, 1867, Y. 

8108. 3. NEW1SLL^ b. 12 Feb. 1825; m. Nobleboro, 24 Mar. 1847, Mary-Jane Watts, 

b. 24 May, 1829, at N., dau. of Samuel and Damaris (Yannah) of N. 
Merchant. Res. 1875, Waldoboro^ ifd. 

Children born in Waldoboro, except the eldest two, who were bom in 
Nobleboro: 

8109. 1. Mary-Luella*, b. 28 Apr. 1848. 

8110. 2. HarUnd-Newell*, b. 26 May, 1849; m. Waldoboro, Me., 16 June, 

1870, Mary-Helen Kennedy, b. 10 Oct 1850, Jefferson, Ma., dau. of 

John-Henry and Mary ( ) of W. Merchant. 

Obnd: 

8111. Bt>9i0'KimMd\f^ b. 11 Aug. 1871, W. 



696 Descendants of Snow* Window. K 

8112. 8. Samael-Siiow*, b. 29 Jan. 1851. 

8118. 4. Leroy*, b. 18 Sept. 1868. 

8114. 5. lizzie-Etta*, b. 24 Sept 1855. 

8115. 6. WUHe-Stone', b. 4 June, 1857. 

8116. 7. Lillie-Eveleth', b. 28 May, 1859. 

8117. 8. Jennie*, b. 18 May, 1861. 

8118. 9. Alice-Stella", b. 28 Jan. 1864. 

8119. 10. Son*, b. 9 Aug. 1871; d. 2 Oct. 1871, and was buried in Waldoboro. 

8120. 4. Harribt-Reid^ b. 8 Aug. 1829; m. Alma, Me., 18 Oct. 1846, Daniel- 

Osborne Watts, b. 11 May, 1821, Nobleboro, b. of Samuel and Damans 
(Yannuh) of K., and brother of the wife of Keweir [8108]. Ship joiner. 
Res. Waldoboro, Me., and Chinese Camp, Tolumna Co., California. 

Children bom In Waldoboro: 

8121. 1. Alton-Daniel*, b. 26 July, 1847. 

8122. 2^ Myron-Winslow*, b. 8 Sept. 1849. 

8123. 8. Clara-Elizabeth*, b. 8 Oct. 1851. 

8124. 5. JoBL^ b. 25 Dec. 1883; d. 4 Aug. 1868^ Cairo, DL, and was buried in 

Mound City, Dl. ; mariied, 81 Dec. 1854, Catherine-£. Crammer, of 
Waldoboro, a native of that place, dau. of Samuel and Eunice (Caler) 
of W. He enlisted in the Union army; was private in Co. 1, 21st Reg. 
Me. Vols. House-joiner. Bei. NoUAoro^ Me. 

Children bom in Nobleboro: 

8125. 1. Alda-Stella*, b. 29 May, 1856. 

8126. 2. Isabel*, b. 2 May, 1859. 

8127. 8. Joel- Llewellyn', b. 4 Mar. 1868. 

8128. 6. Ro8Coe-Orebnb% b. 28 Dec. 1886; m. Nobleboro, 81 Jan. 1857« Laura- 

Ann Davis, of Waldoboro, born in Washington, Lincoln Co., Me., dao. 
of Leonard and Sarah (Speed) of Waldoboro. Farmer. 

Res. 1875, NMebor^ M$. 
Children bom in Nobleboro: 

Edmund-Newell*, b. 4 Feb. 1858. 
Almeda*, b. 4 Nov. 1860. 
Elizabeth-Jane*, b. 80 Nov. 1862. 
Sarah-Ellen*, b. 28 July, 1865. 
Sandford*, b. 80 Nov. 1867. 
6. Leonard*, b. 81 Mar. 1870. 

8185. JOSEPH*, [1880] (Oliver^ Nathaniel}, Naihanui^, Kenelm\) b. 8 Sept 
1758, Scituate, Mass. ; d. 28 Sept. 1796, aged 43 y., 25 d., Waldoboro, Me., and 
was buried there. He married, 24 Jan. 1798, Mercy Hunt, of W., after 1772, b. 9 
Nov. 1768, Duxbury, Mass., dau. of John and Mary (Simmons) of W., and niece of 
Dorothy Simmons, the wife of John' Winslow [7622]. He was a house-joiner in 
Waldoboro, Me. His widow married David Robbiiis,* of Union, Me., and had a 

• David Bobbins, born 21 Mar. 1788. Walpol«, Mass.; d. 12 Aur. 18JJI; married Elisabeth , the 

first womao who went to reside in the town of Union. She died 18 June, 1801. He owned the first 



8129. 


1. 


8180. 


2. 


8181. 


8. 


8182. 


4. 


8133. 


5. 


8184. 


6. 



^ Woodoocky BurUj Olidden, ChUd^ Palmer, Dvmbw. 697 

daughter Sally, who married James Woodcock, and 2d, Nathaniel Hunt In 1873 
her P.O. add. was South Waldoboio, Me. Mrs. Bobbins died 12 Dec. 1848, Waldo- 
boro, and was buried there. 

Children: 

8180. 1. Bbthiah, [8188] b. 24 Sept 1798, Kobleboio; d. 12 Jan. 1849; m. Na- 
thaniel Glidden. 
8187. 2. EsTHBB, [8190] b. 7 May, 1797, Waldoboro; m. Spencer Mera 

8188. BETHIAH*, [8186] {Jowph\ Oliver^, Nathaniel:', Nathanid', Kendm\) b. 
24 Sept 1793, Nobleboro, Me. ; died in that town, 12 Jan. 1849; married, 26 Sept 
1818, Nathaniel Glidden, of N., bom there, 4 Jane, 1790, s. of Nathaniel and 
Martha (Wheeler) of N., and gr. i. of Tobias Glidden. He was killed on the Knox 
and Lincoln Bailroad, at Nobleboro^ 4 Oct 1871, and was buried there. Spar-maker. 

NdbUbm>,Me. 

Children bom in Nobleboro: 

8182. 1. JosEFR.WiMBLOW% b. 11 Dec 1818; married, 17 Not. 1844, Abbie-Shel- 

don Genthner, of Nobleboro^ b. 25 Oct 1821, dan. of James and Sabra 

* (Dunbiff) of N. Shipwright Bes. 1872, NeweatOe, Uncoln Co., Me. 

Children: 

8140. 1. Son*, b. 9 Dec. 1846; died the same day. 

8141. 2. Georgiana-P., b. 27 May, 1849, Newcastle; m. Wiscasset, Me., 5 

May, 1868, Arthur-0. Child, b. 11 Apr. 1848, Bristol, Me., a. of 
Alexander and Lucretia (McKown) of B. Sea-captain. 

Children bom at Newcastle: 

8142. 1. Alexcmder-McKown\ b. 24 May, 1869. 

8143. 2. Lueretia% b. 6 Aug. 1871. 

8144. 8. Hattie-Forbes*, b. 15 Feb. 1858. 

8145. 2. Bethiah', b. 28 Feb. 1815; d. 8 Oct 1816. 

8146. 3. Statiba', b. 15 May, 1817; m. Nobleboro, 24 Feb. 1889, George Palmer, 

B. of Elisha and Jane (Bollins). Farmer. s.p. Rbb. Nobleboro, Me, 

8147. 4. Mbbct-Ahn\ b. 20 Sept 1819; m. Nobleboro, 26 Oct 1837, Joseph- 

Chapman Dunbar, b. 10 Oct 1812, at N., s. of Joseph and Martha 
(Chapman) of N. Shipwright Bes. 1872, NdbUbarOy Me. 

Children bom in Nobleboro: 

8148. 1. Joseph-Boscoe*, b. 26 Apr. 1838; enlisted as private, Apr. 1861, in 

Ca £, 4th Beg. Maine Vols. ; was in all the battles in which his 
regiment took part, from that of Bull Run to Antietam, September, 
1862. He died 80 Dec. 1862, Baltimore, Md., and was buried in 
Nobleboro. He was unmarried. 

hocse, sleigh. Mid hack in the town. His son Darid, b. 20 Feb. 1788, d. Jolj, 18fi0. He married Ljdia 
lUxoy, and bad sereral ohUdren ; M^ry-Weeks, the 7th, was born IS Nor. 18S5, Union, and married 
1 Norember, 1848, SamneP Winslow \fa&S\. The 18th child of David and two others, given In the 
OUtory <jf VfUon, JIMim, most hare been children of the second wife, as his first wife died In 1801. 



698 Descendants of Bethiah^ ( Winslow ) Oliddm. ^ 

814». 8. Mercy-AogusU', b. SB Jan. 1840; d. 19 Dec. 1871, Belfast, Me., and 

was buried in Nobleboro; m. Waldoboro, Me., 9 Dec. 1857, Martin 
Knowlton, of N., b. 15 Oct 1835, in K, s. of Andrew and Mary 
(Maddox) of K. Calker. 

Res. Kobleboro, Damariscotta, and, 1872, Belfati^ Mb, 
Children: 

8150. 1. AUhea'Augustok^y b. 20 Mar. 1859, Kobleborou 

8151. 2. Lena-May*, b. 8 Jnne, 1864, Damariscotta. 

8152. 8. Bvin-Leujt^, b. 29 Dec. 1867, ** 

8153. 4. Ina-BeU^, b. 16 Apr. 1870, Belfast 

8154. 6. Edwin-WUber^, b. 14 Dec 1871, " 

8155. 8. Walter-Scott% b. 14 Mar. 1842; enlisted, June, 1862, in Co. K, 16th 

Reg. Elaine Vols. ; was sergeant He was wounded at the battle of 
the Wilderness, May, 1864, and continued in the hospital until fall ; 
returned to his regiment, February, 1865. He was afterwards 
captured at Hatch's Run, Ya., and remained in Pemberton Prison 
ten days, when he was released on parole. He reached his regiment 
in time to witness the surrender of Lee at Appomattox. He was 
discharged, June, 1865, at Augusta, Me. In 1872, he was unmarried. 

8156. 4. Harlow-Elijah', b. 2 Apr. 1844; enlisted, August, 1862, in Co. G, 20th 

Reg. Maine Vols., and was killed by a shell, in front of Petersburgh. 
24 June, 1804. He was unmarried. 

8157. 5. Lewis-Winfield*, b. 8 June, 1847; enlisted, Feb. 1864, in Co. I, 82d 

Reg. Maine Vols. ; was discharged, July, 1865, at Bangor, Me. In 
1872 he was unmarried. 

8158. 6. Laura-Bethiah*, b. 20 Sept 1840. In 1872 was unmarried. 

Res. NdUebaro, Mt. 

8159. 7. Bion-Bradbury*, b. 11 Mar. 1852; was unmarried in 1872. 

8160. 8. Meanbec-Rawson*, b. 12 May, 1854; '' '* 

8161. 9. Esther-Olivia^, b. 22 Oct 1856. 

8162. 10. Owen-Duncan^, b. 2 July, 186'l. 

8168. 5.^ Martha-Wheeler^ b. 10 Jan. 1822; m. Jefferson, Me., *7 July, 1841 
Bartlett-Lincoln Chapman, of Kobleboro, b. there, 2 Juno, 1821, a. of 
Jesse and Jerusha (Rollins) of N. Res. NdUeboro^ Me, 

Children bom in Nobleboro: 

8164. 1. Charles-Rollins", b. 29 Sept 1841. 

8165. 2. Evalyn-Martha*, b. 17 Nov. 1844; m. Nobleboro, 27 Apr. 1864, George 

Husaey, b. 26 Feb. 1826, Freedom, Me., s. of Nathaniel and 
Charlotte (Hussey). Butcher. P.O. add. 1872, IToblebaro, Me. 

Children bom in Nobleboro: 

1. Ef>ereUrQeorg^^ h. 26 Apr. 1869. 
. 2. LoUie'Evalyn\ b. 16 Feb. 1872. 

Everett-Bartlett*, (twin of Evalyn-Martha") b. 17 Not. 1844. 
Ella*, b. 15 Feb. 1852. 
Annie-Jemsha", b. 29 Apr. 1856. 



8166. 




8167. 




8168. 


8. 


8169. 


4 


8170. 


5. 



K JSidher^ {Winslau)) Mere. 699 

817L 6. Colin-Campbell', b. 18 Jan. 1858. 

8173. 7. Jennie-Statira-GIidden', b. 8 Jan. 1865. 

8173. 6. Aldaka', b. 29 Oct 1824; m. Nobleboro, in November, 1846, Newell 

SalL Rea. 1872, NoUdwro, Jfo. 

Children bom in Nobleboro: 

8174. 1. Alda-Bethia", b. 29 Mar. 1847. 

8175. 2. Newell- W«., b. 6 May, 1860. 

8176. S. Elias*, b. 24 Sept 1858. 

8177. 4. MoseB-Lester*, b. 9 June, 1868. 

8178. 5. Agnes-Fallon*, b. 29 Apr. 1861. 

8179. 7. Nathaniel-Bkadlby', b. 8 Sept. 1827; married, 9 Feb. 1854, Rachel-O. 

House, b. 6 Jan. 1888. Shipwright Reg. 1872, NeweaaUe^ Me. 

Children bom in Damariscotta: 

8180. 1. Osmond', b. 1 Dec. 1860. 

8181. 2. Maria% b. 28 June, 1864. 

8182. 8. Pbkbz\ b. 8 Oct 1829; d. 20 Mar. 1882. 

8188. 9. Nelson-Cutlbb', b. 1 May, 1881 ; married Mary-Melissa Knowlton, b. 17 
Sept 1840, at Nobleboro, Me. Res. 1875, Noblebaf^ Ife. 

Children: 

8184. 1. Mary-Ann«, b. 81 May, 1857. 

8185. 2. George-Nelson', b. 29 Dec. 1860. 

8186. 8. Edwin-Wilber*, b. 24 Apr. 1872. 

8187. 10. Sok\ b. 21 Oct 1888; died the same day. 

8188. lU £sTHBR-OLITIA^ b. 9 Oct 1884; married Dodge. Res. Chrdinsr^ Me. 

8189. 12. Llkwklltn-Tilstoh^ b. 2 July, 1889. 

8190. ESTHER*, [8137] (e^wpV, Oliver^, Ncahaniet}, Nathaniel^, Kenelm\)h. 7 
May, 1797, Waldoboro, Me. ;'was married by Nathaniel Robbins, Esq., Union, Me., 
6 Sept 18—, to Spencer MEBO, b. 21 Oct 1794 [1798, Sist of Union, Me,\ Union, 
s. of Amariah and Susannah (Robbins) of U. Selectman and farmer. 

Res. 1874, Vhim, Me, 

Children bom in Union: 

8191. 1. Her]con% b. 17 Feb. 1821; married, 10 Dec. 1846, Electa- Avoline Litch- 

field. Res. 1874, Warren, Lincoln Go., Me. 

Child: 

8192. Arthur-Leroy*, b. 8 Jan. 1847. 

8193. 2. Eli-Spragub% b. 10 Dec. 1822; married, 27 Jan. 1847 [22 Jan., met. of 

Union\, Elizabeth-Libbey Eellock. Res. 1874, Avqwita, Me. 

Child: 

8194. Eldon-Hcrbert*, bora in May, 1849. 

8195. 8. Lauba-A'., b. 24 April, 1826; d. 4 Not. 1850, Union. [She d. 2 Not. 

1849, J5wt. qf Union; 4 Nov. ace to grave-Uone.] 

8196. 4. BLiSHA-HABDmo*, b. 1 Apr, 1827; m. 8 Jan. 1854, Mary-F. Fogler. 

Res. 1874, Unim, Me, 



700 Descendants of NaihamieC WuislovK K 

8197. 5. 8fenobb\ b. 4 Nor. 1829. Res. 1874, (kmd&n, Waldo Co., M$. 

8193. 6. Sabah-Pbaitcbs', b. 16 Sept 1832; married, 27 June, 1858, Elijah-V. 

AndersoxL Res. 1874, Warren, Lincoln Co.., Me, 

8199. 7. Akbok-P*., b, 2 June, 1885; married, 6 Aug. 1865, Annie-R. Bachelder. 

Res. 1874, TMan, Kno» Co., Me. 

8200. a 0HB9TB&-H*., b. 25 Mar. 1841. Res. 1874, San Bemardkw, CdL 

8201. OLIVER*, [1881] {OUtei^, Natkamia^, IfathanieP, Kenelm\) b. 18 Jan. 

1757; married . He was a Revolutionary soldier, and drew a pension; was 

living in 1881.~iR8t. nff ScUuate^ pp. 140 and 890. 

Child: 

8202. Olitbb, was living in 1881. 

8208. RUTH*, [1885] {Nathanid\ HaOumi^, IMianUP, Kene7m\) b. 19 Aug. 
1751, Marshfield, Mass. ; was the only child of her parents, who lived to mature 
years, the others dying early of *^ throat distemper." She died 14 Aug. 1817, aged 
67 years, ace. to grave-stone in Marshfield burial-ground. She was married in her 
native town, by William-M. Shaw, 26 Mar. 1778, to Luke WADS WORTH, of M., 
b. 10 July, 1748, Diixbury, Mass. [Perhaps Luke was bom 27 Dec. 1748, Duxbury, 
8. of Ichabod* {Deo, John*, Dea, John*, Christopher^,) and Anne (Hunt). This Luke* 
removed to Marshfield. — JJut, of Diui^ry, p. 880.] He was selectman, treasurer, 
justice of the peace, and farmer. He died 15 Sept. 1880, aged 86 years, ace to 
grave-stone in Marshfield burial-ground. His will was recorded in Plymouth County, 

Manf{field, Mas*, 



Children bom in Marshfield: 

8204. 1. WiKSLOW, b. about 1779; d. 9 Nov. 1825, aged 46 years, ace. to grave- 

stone in Marshfield. He was unmarried. 

8205. 2. loHABOD, [8208] b. 21 Apr. 1788; d. 4 Jan. 1864; m. Mary Carlton. 

8206. 8. Nathaniel, born about 1786; d. 80 Apr. 1840, in the 55th year of his age, 

ace. to grave-stone in M. He was a farmer, and uuraarried. 

8207. 4. Luxe, b. 14 Jan. 1791; d. 21 July 1791, aged 6 months and 7 days, ace 

to grave-stone in M. 

8208. ICHABOD', [8205] {Ruth* {Window) Wadsworth, Nathaniel*, Nathaniel*, 
Nathaniel', Kenelm\) b. 2*1 Apr. 1788, Marshfield, Mass.; died there, 4 Jan. 1864; 
married there, 15 Apr. 1812, Mary Carlton, b. 16 Nov. 1789, Derry, N.H., dan. of 

Johu and Mary ( ) of D. She died 10 May, 1871, Marshfield, and was buried 

there, as was also her husband. He was a farmer. JSotUh Marsh/ield, Mass, 

Children bom in Marshfield: 

8209. 1. RuTH-WiNBLOW% b. 22 Apr. 1818; m. Duxbury, Mass., by Rev. Mr. 
Atkins, 18 Oct 1880, to John Chandler, of D., b. 24 July, 1807, in D., a. 
of Peleg aud Mercy (Darling) of D. Farmer. 

Res. 1874, South MartH^fidd, Mass, 



^ Nathaniel^ Window. 701 

Chndren bom in Marshfield : 

8310; 1. Lucius', b. 2 June, 1886; d. 14 Sept 1886, Marehfleld. 

82U. 2. 8amuel-Thompson% b. 22 July, 1888, d. 26 July, 1846, Mai«hfield. 

8212. 3. Mary-W»., b, 24 July, 1851; married, 14 Apr. 1878, Barl-A, Osbonu 

bom in HaUfaz, Plymouth Co., Maae. 

8213. 8. IcHABOD% b. 18 Jan. 18^5; in 1874 waaunmanied. Faraier. 

Res. Afar»\fldJ, Mom. 

8214. 8. Ma&y*, b. 6 Sept. 1817; in 1874 was unmairied. Rea. MankJiM, Mom, 

8215. 4. 8arah% b. 25 Deo. 1818. Upon her graTe-ftone, in Hanhfleld, ia the 

following: 

** Here lies interred 

the body of an infant, 

Dan' of Ichabod Wadsworth 

and Mary his wife, 

it died Deer 25, 1818, 

Lived one score of hours. ^ 

8216. 5. 8arah% b. 18 Jan. 1820; married William Sprague, of Duxbury, where 

he died. She married 2d, Ebenezer Pratt, of Middleboro, Mass. 

Res. 1870, Middiebcxro, JTom. 

8217. 6. Li7Kb\ b. 22 June, 1822; in 1874 was nnmarried. Farmer. 

Rea. Manf^field, Mass, 

8218. 7. JoflK% b. 18 Dec. 1824; d. 20 Feb. 1860, in Marshfield, and was buried 

there. 

8219. & 8amu£L-Thomp80N% b. 24 Feb. 1880; d. 28 Sept 1886, Marshfield, and 

< was buried there. 

8220. 9. Abigail^ b. 24 Feb. 1880; died in infancy, and waa buried in Marahfield. 

8221. NATHANIEL*, [1586] (8eth\ James\ NathanieJ}, Kenelm\) bom in 1780, 
at Rochester, Mass., according to the family record audMrs. Wealthy' (Qunn) Has- 
Idos [8236]; d. 4 Not. 1808, t^underland, Franklin Co., Mass. He married, 23 Apr. 
1758, ace to Bochester Bseards, 17o7, ace. to Hev. Lucius- liobinson' Paige [1024], 
Thankful Randall, bom in 1737, Rochester, Mass., d. 16 Oct 1797, ^(ontague, 
Mass. Mrs. Haskins, to whom we are indebted for much of our information con. 
ceniiDg her grandfather, writes that he was married in Rochester, and that some of 
hii children were bom there, and the remainder in Montague, Mass., he having re- 
moved thither before the marriage of any of his children. The town-clerk of Mon- 
tague informs us that he can find no record of birth, marriage, or death of 
the Winslow family. On the assessor's valuation list of M., for the year 1701, 
ire the names of Nathaniel and Seth Winslow, and on the one for the year 1818, is 
that of Martin Winslow. The following grants of land were taken from tlie Qreen- 
field Records: 

1781, Nov. 17, from Ithamar Bouker to Nathaniel Winslow. 

1787, Oct 8, from Joseph Wood, of M., to Nathaniel Winslow, of M., land 
lying in M., south-west comer of Miller's Plain Division. 

1800, from Nathaniel Winslow, of M«, to Jabez Upham, of Sunderland, Masg. 



Wa DescendimUoflfcUhameP Window. K 

Children bom in Rochester and Montague: 

Dblitbbakob, [83d9] died in Richmond, N. H. ; married Geofge BiiAinu 
Abioahi, married in Royalston, Mass., Elisha Eingsley. Both died in 
Western Massachusetts, many years since. They had a large family, 
bat we have not been able to obtain records of descendants. 

8224. Sabah, [8230] b. 10 Mar. 1767, R ; d. 1 May, 1849; m. Martin Quim. 

8225. Thomas, died unmarried. He joined the Revolutionary army. When be 

left home for tlie battle-field, his mother went with him two miles on 
foot, then bade him a last farewell, for he returned no more. 

822(l. Sbth, married Sarah Farnum, of Sunderland. His name appears on the 
assessor's valuation Hst of Montague, in 1791. He removed from that 
town to New York State. Martin Winslow, whose name appears on the 
Taluation list of M. for 1800, may have been his son. 

82S7. LtdiA) [8255] married George- W. Fuller, of Royalston. 

8228. Clabissa, married Cook. Removed from New Hampshire to Ohio 

or New York State. 

8229. DELIVERANCE*, [8222] (moharM^, 8dh\ Jamet^, mohanUP, Senelm\) 
married George BTTTFUM, of Richmond, *^a man of property." Both died and 
were buried in Richmond, N.H., where they had lived. They had eight children, 
some of whom may be now living in that town. A son committed suicide while in 
a state of melancholy. He was maiTied and liad several children. Another son, 
Joseph, married and had a daughter, who died of small-pox. She was married, but 
we have not ascertained the name of her husband. Joseph died soon after his wife 
and daughter. Rea. lUcknumd^ N.H. 

8280. BARAH«, [8224] {NalhanU^, 8eth\ Jam^, NathanisP, EeMlm\) b. 10 
Mar. 1767, Rochester, Mass. ; d. 1 May, 1849, Wat-erville, Ohio, and was buried 
there; married Martin OUNN, b. 80 Aug. 1769, Montague, s. of Asaheland Hiank- 
ful (Marsh) of M., formerly of Sunderland, Mass. He was justice of tlie peace and 
first postmaster of Montague; lived on the old homestead where he was bom. In 
1818 he removed to Waterville, Lucas Co., Ohio, where he died 12 Oct 1819; and 
was there buried. " 

Children bom in Montague: 

8281. Wkaltht, [8286] b. 8 May, 1788; m. Henry Haaking, 

8282. WiLLABD, is now deceased. 

8283. Fakny, married Ha sk i n a, oldest a. of Henry, husband of her sister 

Wealthy [8286], He died in Portage, Wood Co., O. Their daughter 
married Joseph Clark, and res. 1872, Portage, O. 

8284. Mabtin, died aged 1 yr., 10 m., 8 d., in Ohio. 

8285. Albbbt, died in Waterville, O., aged 10 y., 9 ul ; was killed by light- 

ning, on the bank of the Maumee River. 

82|6. WEALTHY', [8281] (Sarah* (TTwwZewr) Omm, muhanisi^, '8ah\ James', 
KaihanitPf Kmslm^) b. 8 May, 1788, Montague, Mass. ; married there, as 2d wife. 



K WeaUhif {&unn) Sasfcins and Descendants. 703 

1 Jan. 1815, Henry HASKXNS, b. 18 Not. 1772 or % New Salem, Miiss., second son 
of Joseph and Mary (Smith) of that place. He died 18 Mar. 1842, Prescott, form- 
erly New Salem, and was buried there. He was a farmer and joiner. 

Mra. Haskins writes that the Ilaskins race were numerons, and the men mostly 
joiners. Many of them had large families, her husband being the father of sixteen 
diildren. His father liyed to the age of eighty- two years, and his mother was one' 
hundred years and six months the morning she died. The wife of Paul Haskins, 
his father's brother, lived to the age of one hundred years, six months, and fourteen 
days, and the wife of Silas Haskins to the age of one hundred years and one month. 
The wife of a brother in Wilmington, Yt, being somewhat deaf, stood in the 
pulpit beside the minister, and listened to her centennial sermon, on her one 
hundredth 'birth-day. These wives were hard workers, had frugal fare, and long 
survired their husbands. 

Res. Montague and Prescott, and, 1878, she res. 218 Pine 8t.^ BprwgfiM, Mass. 

Children bom in Prescott or New Salem: 

8287. 1. MoHTAGtm*, b. 2 Dec 1816; d. 10 Jan. 1817. 

8288. 2, Thankful*, b. 29 June, 1818; m. by Rev. George Daland, Prescott, 1 

Jan. 1840, to Squier-James Alacomber, b. 4 Dec. 1815, New Salem, s. 
of Ebenezer and Sally- Ann (Jewell) of N.8. Brick-layer and plasterer. 
Res. New Salem, and, 1874, NbrtJiarr^pton^ Mass, 
Children: 

8289. 1. Flora-L*., b. 8 Oct. 1840; was married by ^<ev. D-M. Crane, North- 

ampton, Mass., 17 Aug. 1863, to Edwin-C-. fiouilsy, b. 25 Dec. 
1837, B. of Charles and Mary (Blakely) of Qreenfield, Mass. Brick- 
layer and plasterer. Res. Shelburne, Heath, and Northfield, Mass. 

1874, Northampton^ Mass. 
Child: 

8240. Earrdd'Washburn}\ b. 9 Apr. 1872, Northampton. 

8241. 2. Albert-M\, b. 4 Dec. 1842, Prescott. 

8242. 8. Charies-B*., b. 13 June, 1849, Northampton. 

8243. 4. Frederick-A^, b. 16 Mar. 1852, '' 

8244. 8. Naomi*, b. 19 July, 1820; d. 17 Jan. 1845, Prescott; was married there, 

by Rey. George Daland, 22 May, 1889, to Horace Hnnty b. Feb. 1801, 
New Salem, s. of Dayid and Abigail (Haskins) of N.S. Merchant; ha- 
held the office of justice of the peace. Res. 1878, PrtsooU^ Mass 

Children born in Prescott: 
8249. 1. Nelson-Haskins*, b. 12 May, 1840. 

8246. 2. Lorana-Sophia*, b, 27 May, 1842. 

8247. 3. < Horace-Farnum* b. 16 Jan. 1845; d. 8. May, 1863. 

8248. 4,«Naomi-Haskins*, b. 16 Jan. 1845; d. July, 1851. 

8240. 4. JuLLA-Amf', b. 12 May, 1822; was married by Kev. John Shepherdson, 
at Prescott, 25 June, 1845, to William-Steel Bemis, b. 10 Juno, 1819, 
Brotns, N.Y., s. of Luke and Susan (Steel) of Royalston, Mass. Res. 
Fresoott, Orange, and South Royalston, Worcester Co., Mass. s.p. 

1874, Charlemont^ FranMin Oo.^ Mam, 

12 



704 Descendant of Nathanid* Window. K 

8250. Q. SopHBomA*, b.21 Octl824; wasmarried byRey.E-B. Turner, Portage, O., 
4 July, 1855,4ioCharle8-CtirtisEdd7yb.7 Jan. 1829, Oswego, Oswego Co., 
N.T., 8. of Benjamin and Mary (Perry) of Swan Creek, Pulton Co., O. 
He died 2 Not. 1864, Lexington, Fayette Co., Ey., and was bnried 
there. She married 2d, Sunderland, Mass., 10 Apr. 1866, Philip 
Attleton, b. 24 Sept 1811, Springfield, Mass., 8. of Abel and Chloe 
(Prink) of Spr. B.p. Res. 1878, 218 Pine «t., Springfield, Afass. 

8851. 6. Qbhbt-Willard*, b. 21 Jan. 1827; was married by Rev. John Shepherd- 
Bon, Kew Salem, 24 Sept 1846, to Sosan-Putnam Wheeler, b. 26 Not. 
1827, N.S., dan. of Archibald and Lois (Powers) of N.S. Cabinet- 
maker. Res. Prescott, New Salem, Hampshire Co., and Athol, Worcet- 
ter Co., Mass. 1874, Oranffe, FranMin Ch.y Mata. 

Children: 

8255. 1. Ella-Naomi*, b. 24 Oct 1851, New Salem; m. Orange, Mass., 23 

Jnly, 1869, George-Lonis Cobb, born at O., 5 Ang. 1848. 
8258. 2. Sarah-Eliza*, b. 25 Oct 1852, New Salem; was married at Orange, 

25 July, 1871, to Henry-K. Adams, b. 22 Not. 1847, Conway, 

Franklin Co., Mass. 
8254. 8. Solomon-Foote% b. 8 Sept 1858, Prescott 

8255. LYDIA", [8227] (Nathaniel^, 8eth\ Jame^, Nathaniel^, Kenelm\) surriTcd 
her brotliers and sisters, and died iuN.H., at thehoaseof her daagbter, Mrs. Blancli- 
ard. She married George- W. FULLBB, of Royalston, Mass. Farmer and team- 
ster. Res. Royalston and Montagae, Mass., and I^ew York State. 

Children : 

8256. Daughter, married in Montague, Mass., Blanchard. 

8257. Hiram, worked on a farm with hisnncle, Martin Gunn, for a few years. 

8258. Clarissa. Mrs. Haskins, to whom we are indebted for information con- 

cerning this her cousin, relates some singular incidents. She states 
that, when a few weeks old, the child started in her sleep and broke her 
arm, and that daring her life, she broke her limbs twenty-seven times. 
She crept ecTeral years, then walked by the aid of crutches, but afterward 
became able to attend school and to pei-form almost every kind of domestic 
labor. She was of diminutive stature, being only twenty inches in lieiglit 
Her father once while out riding discovered a team behind him, which he 
at first thought had no driver, but on investigation found the occupiint 
of the carriage to be a dwarf of thirty inches. He invited him home to 
see his daughter, and the little gentleman was so pleased with the little 
lady that he made her an offer of marriage, wliich she, true to her aex, at 
first declined, but subsequently accepted, and they were married. Some 
enterprising townsman persuaded them to exhibit themselves, he mak- 
ing thereby a good speculation; but their ambition soon prompted them 
to assume the entire responsibility, and they purchased a horse and 
carriage, hired a driver, and commenced business for themselTCS. They 
aocomnlated in this way a handsome fortune, and bought a farm in 
Ohio, which they left in other hands while they continued their tours of 



K Sarah' (^Winslaw) Chwndler. 705 

exhibition. Sbe died soon after the birth of her second child, and her 
husband a few montha hilar. Their first child died, but at what date it 
unknown to us, as these are aU the facts we have been able to obtain con- 
cerning this family. 
8869. Wealthy, was drowned while attempting to cross a liTor on horseback. 

Ck>BKBLIU8. 



8261. SARAH*, [1588] {Bamaba^y Gilbert, Ifathanid^, Kmelm\) was married al 
North Yarmouth, Me., 9 Dec. 1762, to Peleg CHAMDLEB, b. 27 Apr. 1735, and 
originally of Duxbury, Mass. He was son of Philip^ of D., (Jo9eph\ Jo9eph\ 
Edmund}, 0f D., 1688) and Rebecca (Phillips).— ^w^. of Duxbury, p. 242. They 
removed, after their marriage, from Korth Yarmouth to New Gloucester, a distance 
of fifteen miles, being conveyed thither in an ox-cart, the first wheeled vehicle that 
had ever been used to perform that journey. They were two of the five members 
who composed the first church in that town, which was of the Orthodox Congrega- 
tional order. He died 24 Aug.. 1810. She died in 1828, New Gloucester. Dea. 
Andrew-C*. Chandler, of N.G., a gr. grandson of Sarah* (Winslow) Chandler, was 
living in 1871, on the farm of Philip* Chandler [8278]. Mrs. Sarah* Keith, of N.G., 
1871, is a grand-daughter of Sarah*. Nmo OUnusetUr, Ms, 

Children bom in New Gloucester: 

8262. 1. Mbrct, b. 16 Sept 1768; m. Fisher Hatch, of N.G. She died, probably 
in 1823. Mercy Hatch, who res. St Louis, Mo., is a descendant of 
Mercy* (Chandler) Hatch. 

Sarah,' b. 18 J>cc 1765; d. 18 Dec. 1776, N.G. 

Philip, [8278] b. 28 May, 1767; d. Nov. 1828; m. Deborah Hewetl, ol 
N.G. ; m. 2d, Jane [Moody], of Portland, Me. 

Martha, [8279] b. 12 Aug. 1769; d. 9Doc. 1832; m. Capt Isaac ParaonSi 

Peleo, b. 26 July, 1771; d. 19 Mar. 1773, N.G. 

Pelbg, [8308] b. 9 Sept 1773; d. 18 Jan. 1847; m. Esther Parsons. 

Geougk- Washington, b. 7 Dec. 1775; d. 9 Feb. 1778, N.G. 

Sarah, b. 27 June, 1778; d. 3 Dec. 1780, N.G. 

Rbbsgoa, b. 17 Aug. 1780. 

Salome, [8362] b. 22 Sept 1783; d.'l6 Dec. 1828; m. Dexter BsMOi^ 

Samubi^ b. 11 Aug. 1785; d. 20 Sept 1785, N.G. 

8278. PHILIP*, [8264] (Sarah* (Window) Chandler. Bamaba^, Gilbert, Jfa- 
tkanid", Keuelra\) b. 28 May, 1767, New Gloucester, Me.; d. Nov. 1828; married 
Deborah Hewett, of N.G. ; m. 2d, Jane [Moody]. Farmer. Nmo Olmiemter, Ms, 

Of their children: 

8374. DsBOBAH, (eldest daughter) [8275] married, 16 Dec. 1818, Gen. Samuel 
Fesaenden. 

8275. DEBORAH', [8274] (dau. ^ PhUip* Chandler,) married, 16 Deo. 1818> 
Qen. Samuel FBSSENDBN, h. 16 July, 1784, Fryeburg, Me., l. of Rct. WiUiam* 



8268. 


S. 


8264. 


8. 


8265. 


4. 


8266. 


5. 


8267. 


6. 


8268. 


7. 


8269. 


8. 


8870. 


9. 


8271. 


10. 


8272. 


11. 



706 Oen. Samuel Fessenderi. K 

{WUliam\ WiUiam*, NiehoUt^y of Cambridge, Mm.,) and Sarah (Clements) of P.,.wlio 
was dan. of Samael Clements, for whom Gen. Samuel Fessenden was named. His 
early education was at Fryeburg Academy. He fitted for Dartmouth College, from 
which, in 1806, he took his degree, with high reputation as a scholar. *^ He {laased 
his legal studies under the direction of the Hon. Judab Dana, of Fryeburg, and was 
admitted to the bar in 1809. He first established himself in New Gloucester, but in 
1822 removed to Portland, where he formed a connection in business with Thomas- 
Amory Deblois (anU, toL zxii, p, 199), which was continued until 1854, when the 
partnership was dissolved in order that he might take his son Daniel-W. into business 
with hiuL The new firm continued until 1861, when, advanced in years, and with 
the honors and burdens of more than fifty years of professional life upon him, and 
with the respect of the community, he retired from all active duty in his profession 
to the repose of private life, and died in Portland, March 19, 1869, aged 84 years 
and 8 months, preceding his distinguished son to the grave only about six months.** 
** Samuel Fessenden, in early life, by a course of general classical reading, stored 
his mind with a copious knowledge. His standing in college was among the best 
scholars, a rank he sustained in after life. In 1828, he was elected a member of the 
Maine Historical Society; and in 1846, Bowdoin College conferred upon him the de- 
gree of Doctor of Laws. In 1828, on the death of President T^ler, of Dartmouth 

HON. WIUJAM-PITT, {9on of Gen, 8amMel and (Greene) Fessenden f) horn S Oct. 1800, 

in Bosoawen, N.H.; was baptized at<ree*bl7 to the forms of the Episcopal Church, Daniel Webster 
being his godfather. He died 8 Sept. 1809, Portland, and was buried there. He was married at 
Westbrook, now Deering, Me., by Ber. lohabod Nichols, D.D., of Portland, Me., S8 April, 1838, tu 
Ellen- Maria Deering, dan. of James and Almlra (Dsley) and gr. dao. of Nathaniel and Dorcas (Milk) 
Deering. Mrs. Fessenden died suddenly, S8 July, 1857. 

In 1868. Bowdoin College conferred upon him the degree of doctor of laws, and the same honor 
was conferred by Harrard University In iStM. 

Inheritinau In no small degree, his father^s mental qualities as a scholar, lawyer, and legislator, 
he was especially remarkable for his ready sarcasm and wit. Endowed with a fine, nervous tempera- 
ment, and studious beyond his years, he entered Bowdoin OoUege before he had attaiue«l the agt> of 
thirteen, an4 graduated with high honors in 1828, before he was quite seventeen. Such precocitv 
has but few parallels— one is that of Edward Everett; another, that of the Qreat Premier of England, 
then in the height of his power, for whom he was named. 

On leaving coUege. young Pitt studied, under the supervision of bis father, the profession of 
law with the Hon. Charles-S. Daveis, of Portland, one of the best read lawvern of the Cumberland bar, 
whose kind and able counsel, and peculiar line of chancery practice, cultivated and developed th&t 
activity of mind and Mkill, and readiness in equity pleading, and those brilliant powers that carritsd 
him with undeviatiug step to the head of the bar of Maine, and to the leadership in the ISenate of 
the United States, and would have given hfm the highest seat on the bench of the Supreme Court of 
the State, had he been willing to sacrifice th^ noble aspirations of the political life into whioh he 
indeed had been unwillingly drawn, for the quiet and solid rewards of judicial ofQoe. 

After spending four years In the study of law, he was admitted to the bar at the age of twenty- 
one, and on commencing practice modestly sought the quiet little village of Bridgeton, Me. 

After two years' practice there, he removed, in 1829, to the larger field of Portland, and joined 
his father and Mr. Deblois in their extensive practice, bringing to it a ready furnished mind, a keen 
intelleet, and a certain self-possession which gave him a position far in advance of the young prac- 
titioners who were hfs cotemporarles. Finding three able lawyers too much for one office, he sought 
for a short time his fortune in Bangor. From thence he was drawn in 1^192, and finally and perma- 
nently established himself In Portmnd, whioh thenceforth was t <^ scene of his professional and po- 
litical triumphs. In the year last named, he entered into law partnership wltn the Hon. William 
Willis, and the firm oontmaed for twenty years to do a successful business. It was during this pe- 
riod that Mr. Fessenden acquired his hl^ihest reputation at the bar, and it may be said that lor 
clearness of statement, keenness of analysis and closeness of lo^ic, no member of the profession in 
Maine was his superior. During this period he also attracted grt^at attention in legal circles by hU 
argument before the Supreme (^urt, by which he succeeded in reversing a decision of Judge Story 
relative to the responsibility of an innocent owner of real estate sold at auction, by frauds commit- 
ted without his knowledge by the auctioneer. His argument in this, as on all forensic oooasions, 
was remarkable for its logical force and legal aooteuess. 

In 1888; at the age of m, and afterwards, in 1888, he was offered and declined the whig nomination 
to Congress, but consented to serve the city of Portland In the Maine Legislature, in 1838, *88, *46, 
'48, *58, and '64. If there are any other instances in our history where a young man hsA, beforto 
reaohing his thirty-fourth year, twice refused to go to Oonjcress, while jet consenting to sit la the 
btate Legislature, we are not acquainted with them. 



^ Oen. Samuel and Hon. Wm-PiU Fessenden. 707 

College, he was spoken of as president of that institution, bat his arersion to chang- 
ing his mode of life suspended farther effort. He early took a deep interest in the 
political afEairs of the country, as his father, who had represented the town in the 
general court of Massachusetts, had before him. Both were strong and undeviating 
federaliste of the Washington and Hamilton school." 

** Samuel Fessenden was the representative of New Gloucester in the general 
court of Massachusetts in 1814, '15, and '16, and a senator from the county in 1818 
and '19, adyocating throughout, with great power, the principles of the federal party. 
The last year of his senatorship, the district of Maine swung from her ancient 
moorings by the slde.of the old commonwealth of Massachusetts, into independent life. 
In 1825 and '26, he represented Portland in the legislature of the new state. After 
that he became engrossed in his law business, to the exclusion of everything else." 

*^ His commanding figure, his full, round voice, his emphatic and graceful elo- 
cution, his powers, physical and mental, peculiarly qualified him for a prominent po- 
sition in a deliberatiye assembly. He distinguished himself so much in the legisla- 
ture, that, in 1818, he was elected Major-General of the 10th Division of the militiu 
of Massachusetts — a commission he continuod to hold under the separate organiza- 

In 1843, he received the vote of hia party In the LegiAiature for the Senate of the United States, aa 
he did again in 1845, whUe a member. In 1850, he accepted the nomination and waa elected to Co - 
Kreaa, but hia seat, through an error in the retams, was given to hia competitor. Mr. F. refused 
to conteat the case before Congress, apparently from a principle which had marked bis prerious 
course— that he would not ask for oflioe, much less contend for it. 

In 18B4. the Kansas-Nebraska bill having arisen, the free-soil democrats voted with the wbigs, 
and elected Mr. Fessenden. on the first ballot, to hia cliief and permanent sphere of usefulness, tne 
United States Senate. This coalition of f^ee-aoU demucrata and old-line whiga inaugurated the 
formation of the republican party in Maine, of the neceasity of which Senator Fessenden was 
one of the most oonspicnous and powerful adTOcatea. 

He took hia seat in the Senate, Feb. Stt, 1854, and a week afterward, on the night of the 3il 
of March, delivered a apeech of electrical efTeot againat the passage of the Kansas-Nebraska bill 
which immediately lifted him into national fame*. He was re-elected to the Senate in 1859, with 
out the formali^ of a previous nomination, and again in 1864. He was fifteen years in the Sen- 
ate oninterruptedly, save from June, 1864 to March, 1865, when he consented to hold, through the 
darkest hours of our finance, the ofSce of Secretary of the Treasury. On the resignation of 
Mr. Chase, Mr. Feaaenden waa very aolicitooa for the appointment of aomebody who, by hia reputa- 
tion and financial skill, would at once command the public confidence and preserve the credit of 
ih» goverument, and went to the Preaident to talk to him about it. To hia great surprise, the Pres- 
ident told him he had concluded to nominate WiUiam-Pitt Fessenden, of Maine. MV. Fessenden 
protested against the nomination and refused the office, pleading physical inability aa well as want 
of confidence iu his fltueaa for the place; but Mr. Lincoln assured him that he tiad the confidence 
of the capitaliata of the country, and that, in fact, he bad already aent his nomination to the Sen- 
ate, and it woold be confirmed before he could reach his seat. Such an appeal could not be resist- 
ed, and he accepted, with the condition that he was to serve only until a fit man could be found 
fbr the plaoe. 

A newspaper writer has aaid: 

**Mr. Cnase, while our armiea were struggling in the agonies of the conflict from the Wilderness • 
to Bichmond, and when gold had risen from M> to 180, and was threatening lo rise to :i80, having i e- • 
signed. Mr. Fessenden caught the faUing standard with true political courage, and held it until the 
aorrender of the rebel armies. 

He took charge at a time when it was too late to change policies and impoaaible to reform them. 
Nevertheleas be atopped the iaaue of greenbacka, which had faUen to 40 centa on the doUar. He 
held the office dialntereatedly to preveut the loss of confidence from embarrassing the government, 
and, as soon as the fearful crisis had passed, resigned his portfolio and returned to the Senate to 
which he was re-elected. To the writer of this sketch he once said: 'I took the office reluctantly i 
and as a matter of duty, and vacated it just as soon as I could.' '' 

The first six years of his service iu the Senate he was a member of the Committee on Finance, 
and. in his later terms, was the chairman of that committee. He was also a mem))er of the Library 
Committee, and one of the regeuts of tbe Smithsonian Institution. He was also chairman of the 
Joint Special Committee on Heconsti-uctiou, and prepared its report, which, in point of ability, has 
been called the great work of his life. 

When the secession movement rose to its height in 1861, he was chosen a member of the famous 
Peaee Congress, and used his influence to avert the horrors of civil war. Finding the Southern 
States determined and immovable in their purpose to aever their connection with the Union, he 
nromntlv declared for coercive roeasurea. During the long years of bloodshed which followed, he 
iliqypJrted Mr. Lincoln's administration by his votes, his speeches, and his writings, and laat. but 

> A Southerner who listened to tbia apeech in the Senate, exclaimed. In the midat of it, ** Why, 
what a man is thlsl All his guns are double-shotted.** 



708 Oen. Samvd and Ron. WwrPiU Fessendm. K 

tion of Maine for fourteen years, and which fairly ratiUed him to the title of 
* General,' by which he was commonly known." 

"General Fessenden followed the federal party into its various changes: to na- 
tional republican, under John-Quincy Adams, and to whig, when Clay led off the 
party. In 1841, he was the candidate of the anti-slavery party for Gk>vemor of the 
state." 

*' Probably no lawyer in Maine ever argued so many cases to a jury as General Fes- 
senden, and perhaps none tried more important questions of law before the court 
Certainly none was more successful in civil or criminal practice. For over half a centu- 
ry in active practice, in the courts of Cumberland, he was, for many years, the acknowl- 
edged head arid Nestor of the bar, which has always been famous for its legal ability. 
Perhaps General Fessenden's closest competitor for many years was the late Simon 
Greenleaf, the distinguished author of the Treatise on Evidence, whose authority is 
accepted wherever the English language is spoken, or the common law recognized. 
[See Alemojial, of Benjamin} Parwns.] In fidelity to the interests of his clients, 
General Fessenden probably never had his superior. In criminal trials his devotion 
was absolute; and we have it from his own declaration, thnt lie never defended 

not least, gave bis foar sons to the armf, one of whom lost his life and another a limb, in oon- 
seqnenoe of wounds recelyed in battle. 

He went with his party when he thouRht it was right, and nothing on earth could induce him to 
go with his partf when he thouglit it wiik wrong. His aim was to do right. 

His character is weU summed up in some lines attached to his name in the Memoirs of the 4/kh 
Congress* 

**Appl7 your eye-glass and minutely soan 

The Corm und features of a wondrous man — 

Sharp in his phTsique— you could well expect 

ShHrpness and boldness in his intellect; 

Beady in thought and irony— tiot wit. 

Behold in Fes»snden our modern Pitt. 

He speaks; and steel-clad weapons from his bxela 

Sweep like a tempest o*er the hilli« of Maine. 

Then like a etormking, with UDpitying eye. 

He views the prostrate forms around him lie. 

Gold in his temper, and of icy glow, 

He shines like his ICatahdin crowned with snow; 

No smiles or blushes leave their genial trace 

Upon his Norman, frigid, thoughtful face. 

Though seeming strange, the truth must be confessed 
That lerrid elements control his breast. 
Like fires which in volcanic mountaius glow. 
Whose summits glisten with eternal snow.'* 

His heart was AS tender as a woman*s, and an appeal was never made in vain to the kindness 
which ruled bis character. Once an estrangement between him and another senator occurred on 
' account of a few words spoken in delHite. After a' few days that senator sent htm, from his desk, a 
note Raying: ** If I have ofFended vou, I ask your forgiveness. If you have offe<ided me, 1 have 
forgotten it." Mr. Fessenden did not keep back his tears as he crossed the chamber to shake 
hands with his old friend, from whom he had been t«>mporHi*ily separated. Another striking ex- 
ample has been published. Mr. Fessenden once made a remark which was interpreted as an insult 
to Mr. Seward. When informed of it, and seeing such a meaning could be given- to hts words, he 
instantly went to Mr. Seward and said: *' Mr. Seward, I have iusuTted you; I am sorry for it, I did 
not mean it.** This apology, so prompt, frank, and perfect, so delighted Mr. Seward tnat, grasping 
him by the hand, he exclaimed: "God bles;} you, Fessenden, I wish you would insult me again." 

Mr. Fessenden was one of the guests so mysteriously poisoned at the National Hotel, Washing- 
ton, in 1858, a calamity which caused great horror throughout the country. He never fully recov- 
ered from its effects, and it is believed the disease which resulted in his death had its remote ori- 
gin in the malaria then introduced into his system. A post-mort.-m examination confirmed all that 
his physicians had believed. 

His high example of spotless integrity cannot be without its influence upon those who shall 
oome after him. and, repeated from eeneratinn to gnneration, will last forever. His cliaraoter is 
worth more to his country than his deeds. Mr. Sumner pronounced the judgment of the Senate 
and the people when he spoke of him as of perfect integrity and austerest virtue, and inaccessible 
to the temptations which, in various forms, beset the avenues of public life. 

**Tnie friend, steady leculer, wise counsellor, considerate patr ut, devoted to liberty and hi« 
country,** (said another paper,) **be has gone to his reward, and the greatest of tboso who spoke 



K Gen. Samuel Fessenden and Descendants. 709 

A person whom be believed to be guilty of the offence with which he was 
charged, and thnt indeed he had never been consulted by any snch." 

"He was the author of two orations, delivered when a young man, and of a treatise 
on the Institution, Duties, and Importance of Juries. A genial man, the frosts of 
age failed to chill tlie enthusiasm of his early youth. He was a sincere Christian, 
and a gentleman of the old school; stately, kindly in presence, liberal to the poor, 
and an indulgent parent The purest sources of his enjoyment and the best influences 
of bis life, be found in the domestic circle." 

New Eng. Hist, and Oen, Register^ Vol. xxv. No. 2. 

Of his children, viz. : nine sons and two daughters — five of the sons were edu- 
cated at Bowdoin College and three at Dartmouth ; four were educated to the law ; 
three studied medicine, and one theology. Three have been members of Congress. 

Res. New Gloucester and Portland^ M$, 

8276. Samxjel-Clbmsnt, married Abby Grosvenor. He was a member of 

Congress. 

8277. Thomas-A-D., was also a member of Congress. 

8278. DAiiiKirW., was in business with his father from 1854 to 1861. 

[We have not the names of the other children.] 

or listened to these enlogiea wUl be fortunate Indeed if, when his work below is done, he shal^ 
leave behind him a life as pure and useful, a character as npricrht and honorable, a reoord as un- 
eelflsh and praiseworthy as that of Witliam-Pitt Fessenden. ^—[Compiled ft cm an article hj Capt. 
Qf'o-Henry Preble, U.S.N., in the New Eng, BUtond Qen. Beg.^ Vok XxV, Ad. 2, where is found a Hue 
likeness of Hon. WmPitt Fessenden.] 

Children: 

1. Habt. b. 16 June, 1832; d. 10 Deo. 1843. 

2. Qkn. jAias-1>BBRiKO, b. 28 Sept. ISaS; fr^d. Bowdoin College, 1863; married. 6 Nor. 1860, Franoee 

Cushine Greeley. He entered the United States Army as an additional Ald-de-Camp, with the 
rank of Co.oiiui. 16 July, l^&aH', was promoted t > BriffadierOeneral. 8 Aug. 1864, and honorably 
mustered out of service as a Brigadier and Brevet si aJor-Geueral, 15 Jan. 1866. 

a. WiLLiAM-H WABD, b. 5 May, 1835; teoeived the degree of LUH. froiu H irvafd Law School, 1880; 
and Bowdoin College conferred on him the honorary degree uf A M.. 1866. 

1 Owe. FuANCia, b. 18 Mar. 183«, Portland; grad. Bowdoin CoUege, 1856, H.U., I860; m. Portland, 28 
Aug. 1868, Ellen- Winslow* Fox [10718J, b. 16 Aug. 1839. Poitland. Me., dau. of Judge Edward, of 
P., aud Luoy-BUen' (Winslow) (NaVmn\ JofmK Nalhan\ James*, Job*, Kentlmil). He entered 
the United States Army as a Cnptalu of 19th Reg. of Infantry, May 14, 1861; was on recruiting 
duty, July, 1861, to Jan. ltH\2; commanding a oorapanv in the Army of the Cumberland to Apr. 
1N^; was fogagi'd at the battle at Shiloh, and sevorely wounded in the arm; was C< lonel of tne 
25th Beg., Maine Vols., Oct. Itm to Jan. 18b3; commanding 8d Brigade, Casey's Division, in 
department at Wasbinurton, &o. : commanding Ist Brigade, Aberoromble's Division, and engaged 
in the battle of Chantllly, Va.; Colonel of 80th Maine vols., and engaged in the Bed Biver cam- 
paigu; oommandinga regiment aud enffageil iu the battle^ of Pleasant Hill and Monett's BluH, 
La.; waHKeverely wounded and lost his right leg. Brigadier-tieueral of United States Yolun- 
tt'ers. May, 1864. Member of Military Cororaission, Washln^on, D.C., and commanding 1st 
Infantrv Division, Department of West Virginia, to July, 1865. Commanding Ist Brigade, Han- 
cock's Corps, July, 1866. He was a member of the Board for examination of officers, July to 
August, 1865; member of the Wlrts Military Commis^tion, August to October, 1865; was president 
of the Court of Inquiry, and of a Military Commission, Nov. 1866 to Jdar. 1866; was assistant 
oominiasioner of the Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen, and Abandoned Lands, Maryland, West 
Ylrginia, and the ShenandoahValley, JulV to September. 1866. 

Brevet Major-Qeneral United, States Volunteers, 19 Nov. 1866, for gallant and meritorious 
•er\' ices in the field during the war; was promoted Brevet Major united States Army, 6 July, 
1864, for gallant and meritorious services at I he battle of Shiloh, Tenn., where h» was severe^ 
wounded in the arm. Brevet Lieuteiaut Colonel United States Army, 6 July, 1864, for gtUant and 
meritoxious services at Monett's Bluff. La. Brevet Colonel and BrigHdier^General United States 
Army, 18 Mar. 18(Ui. Brevet Major-General United States Army for meritorious and saiiant 
services duringthe war. Declined the nppointment of Lieutenant-Colonel of the 46th Infantry, 
August, 1866. Was transferred to the :c8th U.S. Infantry by the re-orgauixation of the Army. 
Retired on his own application, with the rank of Brigadier- General United States Army, 1 
Nov. 1866. Bes. 1873, Ft>rtland, Me. 

ChUd: 

Edward-Fox, bom April, 1866. 

%k Samuel, b. Jan. 1841; grad. Bowdoin College, 186L He was mortally wounded at BullRun, Ya., 80 
Aug. 1862, and died at CentrevUle. 1 Sept. 186S; was First Lieutenant in the Sd Mttine Battery 
and acting aid to Brigadier General Z-B. Tower when wounded. 

[fiisk <uuiChii.BeffiM€r, Vol xxv, Na 8]. 



710 Ca:pt laaao^ Farsan§. K 

8279. MARTHA* [8265] (Sarah^ (Windaw) ChmOlar, Barnaba^, QiUber^, Nc^ 
thaniel*, Kendm\) b. 12 Aug. 1769, New Gloucerter, Me.; d. Dec. 1882; married 
at N.G., 19 Jan. 1790, Capt. Isaac* PABSONS, b. 12 Aug. 1766, N.G., s. of Ck>L 
Isaac*, of N.G. 1761, {Dea, latuu?, Ebenee^, ^^ff^y) and Salome (Merrill). [^^ 
Memorial of Jeffrey^ Parians,] He was clerk of the first parish in New Gloucester 
twenty-nine years; selectman and assessor fifteen years; and an officer in the Maa- 
sachosetts militia thirteen years. The following obituary notice appeared in the 
Christian Mirror at the time of his death: 

In Glenburn (formerly Dutton) 9th inst.[8 Oct 1838], Isaac Parsons, Esq., aged 78. 

The death of this man will be lamented by a numerous circle of friends who 
have known him for i^any years. Although he moved in a retired sphere and waa 
unambitious of public notoriety, still there are many who knew his worth and will 
drop the tear of sorrow that they shall see his face no more in the land of the living. 
Capt. P. was the eldest son of tiie late Col. Parsons of New Gloucester. His whole 
life has exhibited one continued series of laudable sobriety, inoffenMveness, and 
regularity. It is believed that no man ever sustained a more irreproachable charac- 
ter, that there is no man living who can with truth accuse him of a mean, immoral, * 
or dishonorable act, that no man ever saw him ^ve way to a gust of sudden pas- 
sion, or knew the sun to go down on his wrath. In th^ town of New Gloucester, 
where he was bom and brought up, and where his foibles (if any) were known, it is 
believed that no solitary instance of one can be found who ever felt a spirrt of hos- 
tility towards him. For three-score years the writer of this article traveled with him 
on the journey of life, and during all that period never knew the deceased to use 
bitter invective or reproachful language towards any human being, nor heard him 
utter a profane word. He was uniform in all things. Adversity and prosperity 
seemed alike to him — he neither shrunk under the one ror rejoiced at the other. 
His equanimity of mind was unusual. If death entered his windows and took from 
him a promising son or an only daughter, he moved on in the even tenor of his way 
without a sigh or a groan, his resignation apparent in all he said and did. He 
seemed to give up all his concerns into the hands of Providence, and regulated his 
desires by the laws of obedience^ He carried in his breast a little Paradise^ and a 
Heaven in prospect. He sat above the reach of fortune, and beheld with an air of 
unconcern, under his feet, all the storms and tempests that dash in pieces other 
men's felicity. 

He never coveted success or feared disappointment. He opened his door no less 
cheerfully to want than to abundance. His religion was practicaL If to remember 
the Sabbath-day to keep it holy — ^if to fear God and keep his commandments — ^if 
to do to others as you would that they should do to you — ^if there be any virtue in 
keeping these oonmiands, then Capt Parsons was a virtuous, good man. Com. 

Nmo Qlauoeiter, Ms. 

Children bom in New Gloucester: 

8280. 1. Rbbbcoa, b. 18 Deo. 1798; d. 14 July, 1794, N.G. 

8281. 2. Pblbo-Chandlbu, b. 16 Jan. 1796; d. 21 Jan. 1801, K.G. 

8282. 8. Ebkn, M.D., b. 11 June, 1798; was taken ill while on a visit to his father, 

and died at his house, 16 July, 1826. He received the degree of M.D. 
from Bowdoin College, in 1825| and, for about six months, practiced 



Descendants of Sarah* ( Window ) ChancUer. 711 

his profesaon at Whitefield, Me. He married, 12 Jan. 1826, Miriam 
Swett, of Windham, Me., b. 5 June, 1805, dan. of Cnrtis, of W., b. 25 
Aug. 1768, and Loranah (Pnrinton), b. 7 Apr. 1775. s.p- 

She rea. 1871, P&rtUmd^ Me, 
4. Isaac, [8288] b. 8 May, 1801; d. 21 Dec 1824, N.G. 
8284. 5. Hankah-Akdbbbon, b. 8 Aug. 1803; d. 5 Dec. 1808. Her death wa« 
occasioned by a fall from a chaise. 

6. Nathan, [8289] b. 28 Dec. 1804; m. Nancy Doe; m. 2d, Aurelia-Paysou 
Brown. 

7. MoBSs, [8299] b. 10 Feb. 1807; m. 80 Sept. 1839, Betsey Dyer. 

8887. 8. MikBTHA-CHAHDLBB, b. 9 May, 1809; d. of consamption, 10 Mar. 1827, 
W.O. 

8288. ISAAC, [8288] {Mmiha* (OhandUr) IfanonM, Sarah* (Winshw) Chandler, 
JBsmo&u*, Gilbert, Nathaniel^^ Kendin\) b. 8 May, 1801, New Gloncester, Me. , 
died there, 21 Dec 1824. The following article, taken from the Maine Qa^Me of 
1825, was written by a college claaa-mate, Wm-Pitt Fessenden, a. of Gen. Samuel 
Ftaenden[8276]: 

**When self-esteem, or others' adulation. 
Would cunningly persuade us we were something 
Above the common level of mankind. 
The grave gainsays the smooth-complezioned tale, 
And with blunt truth acquaints us what we arc'' 

It is not often that I attempt to deal with serious subjects. Yet to the most 
careless and supine, such subjects must sometimes necessarily occur. We look back into 
the short period we have passed since first our opening faculties awoke to full per- 
ception, and the recollection of scenes that are gone forever forewarns us that but a 
little while, and all that now cheers and exhilarates must flee away. If our memory 
brings to us aught of pain and sorrow, it excites our fears for the future. If it recalls 
aoght of pleasures, we lament that, in being so transitory, they have left us nothing 
but to regret their remembrance. But so it is. And perhaps it is well for us, that 
these fond regrets, these delicious lockings back, these fears for the future, should 
thus perpetually recur. To him who will allow himself time for reflection, and who 
will condescend to draw wisdom from trifles, they are oi benefit in reminding 
Mmtliat 

**A11 that's bright must fade. 
The brightest still the fleetest** 

Historians tell m, that when Xerxes, seated on an eminence, reviewed his rast and 
almost countless army, when he saw his millions marching in proud array before 
their sovereign, their hearts buoyant with the hope of conquest, and their bosoms 
beating high with martial excitement, he wept at the reflection, that, but a few 
fleeting years and all that goodly assemblage must pass from the earth, and all those 
proud hearts be cold and senseless. What a lesson for a barbarian to teach us. It 
is but an oft-told tale, that the sorereign and his subject must one day lie side by side, 
that his gay apparel wiU decay as fast as the other's more simple habiliments, that his 



7J2 IsaaS Pa/rsons. K 

ioepfcie will indeed one day be no more to him than a palmer's walking-staff, that hii 
gorgeous palace must cramble into rains, and he mnst exchange his ** large kingdom 
for a little graye." Death makes no distinctionB. It annihilates time itself. Visit 
yonder graye-yard and read there the records of its doings among us. The blast of 
the desert, at the 'same time that it tears np by the roots the old and gnarled oak, 
spares not the yoang and tender sapling. The modest and tender flower too, it sweeps 
away. So, old age bows beneath the blast of death; middle life falls with yiolence 
to the earth; youth perishes in its pride and comeliness; and, last of all, infancy is 
crashed to atoms beneath its foot 

It was bat a short time since that I saw annoanced in the weekly chronicle of 
mortality the death of a young man, who, if aaght of worth coald saye, would 
have yet been spared. It was a simple annunciation, a mere record of his age, the 
disease of which he died, and the time of his departure. In those who knew him 
not, it awakened no emotion. But to me, who had known and reverenced Ms tal- 
ents and his virtues from infancy, it was the occasion of deep and serious regret. 
He was the victim of an hereditaiy consumption. His life was short and unpro- 
ductive of events, but yet, perhaps a brief statement of his history may not be 
uninteresting. 

Th<* father of L P. was a small farmer in the vicinity of the neighborhood 
where l dwelt, when I first saw him. Burdened with the cares of a large family, 
he could do no more than, by their aid, support himself and them. 

Till late boyhood, he of whom I speak was kept upon the farm, diligently ex- 
erting himself in his vocation, and little dreaming of aught else than spending the 
remainder of his days in cultivating the paternal acres. His health began then to 
decline, and he was forced to recruit, and at length wholly to cease his exertions. 

Even at this early period, he had given evidence of those fine natural powers 
which afterwards gained him so much credit. I have still in my possession many 
occasional pieces of poetry written by him under all the disadvantages of his situa- 
tion, and which evince a strength and vigor that needed only the pruuiug-knife of 
elegant liteiature to make it start up into a luxurious and noble growth. It was at 
this time tliat he first began to think of obtaining an education. But his funds 
were inadequate to the object. He was able to obtain some books from his friends, 
and with these he commenced his operations. His zeal was indefatigable. Often 
you might see him, when the whole village beside was wrapt in sleep, by the light 
of his solitary taper, bending over his books, his pale face lighted up with the 
flashes of intellectual gratification. He was soon fitted for college, but poverty 
stood in his way. 'He resolved, however, to conquer this obstacle. Ko one would 
assist him; he determined to assist himself. He took a school at the best wages he 
could get, which indeed were small, and in that way acquired something to begin 
with. Hard was his lot through the three years of his college life. He obtained a 
petty office, and this helped him some. He was rigidly economical, but still he 
needed assistance. He taught school in his vacations, and yet he had not enough. 

**81ow rises worth, by poverty deprest.** 

.o one ever better exemplified this than did my departed friend. He made 
out, however, to get through. He finished his collegiate course, a poet, a scholar, 



K Imua ParwM. 718 

•ad a Ohristian. At this time his health had worn mach worse. His oontinned 
application, his nnrendtted, ferrent industry, had poisoned the Tory springs of hit 
existence. But brighter days began now to dawn upon him. Some benevolent in« 
diyiduals, who had become acquainted with his worth, had succeeded in procuring 
him the aid of a society, formed with the design of assisting young men of talents 
tnd morals in procuring an education. He was accordingly placed at one of oar 
most flourishing institutions, as a stadent of dirinity, and here he recommenced his 
labors, with renewed zeal and increased hopes. But, alas! soon these hopes were 
blighted. His friends had confidently asserted that, as his ill-health was owing solely 
to his great ezertionS) he would soon recover it when placed in a situation so compare 
atively easy. But it seemed as if his exertions wore all that had preserved him in 
being. His intense assiduity, his great labors, had left him no time to die. But 
now that they were at an end, and he could look forward with confidence to future 
years of ease and tranquility, disease and dckness came upon him like a whirlwind. 
In a little more than a year from his leaving college, he died. He was deposited 
in the little burying-ground of his native village, and naught but a narrow mound of 
earth points out his grave to the traveler. 

I could tell something of his love too — but I have said enough, perhaps too 
much, already. 

A young man in consumption is at any time an interesting object. We weep to 
see the fond hopes of parents blighted in the opening, to see disease, slow and 
deadly, taking the place of health and vigor, to see the brilliancy of the eye waxing 
faint, the fair and comely cheek assuming the sallow hue of death, and the whole 
form wasting riowly away before the touch of its fell destroyer. This is far more 
terrible than sudden and instantaneous dissolution. This latter bursts upon us like 
a thunder-stroke; for a while our frightened senses reef beneath the shock, but 
owing to our natural ela<)ticity, it passes away, and leaves no impression. The 
former is a continual moving spectacle. While beholding such gradual and yet 
ceaseless decay, we feel as if ia the presence of the King of Terrors, and careless 
indeed must be that man who could forget the lesson which it brings him. Hut 
Itow much heavier is the blow when, in addition to all this, genius, learning, and 
piety become the victim of this insatiable monster. In such the world is interested. 
While around the couch of a child, a father, a mother, friends and relations pour 
their unavailing tears, the spirits of present and future time bewaUtlie loss of genius 
and of viitue so transcendent as was his. For myself, I never look up to the win- 
dow where so oft I have seen him sitting, wrapt in his intensity of thought, without 
bowing with instinctive reverence. And I almost expect to see his pale face look- 
ing out upon me, and returning my salutation witii one of tliose heart-beaming 
tjiiilvs which I so much valued. The turf which covers his remains is sacred to mu. 
And whenever I visit the spot where he sleeps, and contemplate again the beauty, 
the excellence of his character, I almost imagine myself to have received a spark of 
that heavenly flame which blazed so brightly in his bosom. p. 

His brother Nathan* informs us that he left about one hundred pages of manu- 
icript, proSe and verse, which were destroyed in 1864, when the house of his 
brother Moses* was burnt Among the poems were the following: — Lines composed 
on the death of his grandfather Chandler, in 1819; '* Mental Diverdty,'* which was 



T14 Nathan' Pareons and Descendants. K 

delivered befcte the Philharmonic Society of New Gloucester; ** Tower of Babel ;^ 
** Acrostic on the name Sarah Chandler;" ^* Envy;" and *' Description of Lewiston 
Falls." Among his prose articles were: — ** A Pedagogae's Defense;'' ** A Forensic 
Disputation ; ^ and sereral themes. 

8289. NATHAIT, [8286] (Martha* (Ohandler) Parsons, Sarah^ ( Window) Chand- 
ler, Bamdbai^^ QiXbere^ NaGumieiP, Kendm\) b. 28 Dec. 1804, Now Gloucester, Me. ; 
m. Glenbum, Me., 17 Apr. 1884, Nancy Doe, b. 12 Jan. 1810, Washington, Me., 
dau. of Samuel and Abigail (Fitch) of G. He married 2d, Atkinson, Me., 18 Jane, 
1851, Anrelia-Payson Brown, b. 21 Mar. 1821, dau. of Jacob and Malinda (Clifford) 
of A. About 1829 he removed from New Gloucester to Roxbury, Mass., remaining 
there a year. He then went to Dntton, now Glenbum, Me., where he has since 
resided. Glenbum Centre was then a wilderness, b\it Mr. Parsons wrote, in 1871, 
that, from his farm, he could see twenty towns lying in the distance, and Mt. 
Katahdin, some ninety miles away. He has taught school twenty-one seasons; has 
held various town ofSces, having been selectman, overseer of the poor, assessor of 
taxes, and town treasurer; has also been treasurer of the Glenbum Bible Society, 
clerk of the Congregational Church, and a member of the Sabbath School Committee. 

Olenlmm^ Me, 
Children bom in Glenbum: 

8290. 1. Martha-Chanblbb*, b. 8 Feb. 1835; m. Chicago, UL, 17 Nov. 1858, 

Henry Eldridge, b. 28 Dec. 1822, Ashfield, Mass., s. of Eli and Susan 
(Hall) of A. He was educated at Sanderson Academy, Ashfield; re- 
moved to Dwight, III., where he has been a deacon of the Congregational 
Church since 1805; has also been justice of the peace two years. Mer- 
chant, and agent for Florence Sewing Machines. Res. 1871, Ihoight^ UL 

Child: 

8291. Alice-Hall», b. 19 Sept. 1861, Dwight. 

8292. 2. Johk-Peeham*, b. 15 Mar. 1887; married in D., 24 Oct. 1866, Lisde 

Fitch, of Bristol, Me., bora there, 28 Nov. 1886, dau. of Harratt and 
6ally-D. (McFarland) of B. House and sign painter. 

Res. Dwight, ni., and, 1871, M Dorado, Komaa. 

8293. ^. Esthbr-Chandleb*, b. 9 Aug. 1889; d. 4 Mar. 1866, and was buried iu 

Oak Woods Cemetery, Chicago, HI. 
B294. 4. jAifBS-BiBNBT*, b. 17 Dec. 1842; enlisted at Bangor, Me., 4 Aug. 1862, 
in Co. A, 18th Reg. Maine Vol. Inf. ; in 1863, the regiment was trans- 
ferred, and was known as the ** First Maine Heavy Artillery." He wus 
sergeant in Co. A, and was in the First Brigade, Third Division, and 
Second Army Corps; was at the siege of Petersburg and Richmond, and 
present at the surrender of Gen. Lee, at wliich time his regiment, which 
Aad numbered two thousand, was reduced to three hundred. He assisted 
in carrying his colonel, Daniel Chaplain, from the field at Deep Bottom, 
where he was mortally wounded. At the time of his discharge at B., 
6 June, 1865, CoL B-B. Shepherd was in command of the regiment, and 
Samuel-E. Burnham captain of his company. Dealer in agricultural 
implements, etc. Res. 1871, Dwight, lU. 



K Moses' Pa/rsons and DescencUmU. XIA 

8295. 5. Makt-Nancy', b. 15 July, 1858; d. 20 July, 1858. 

8296. «. Ibaao-Nathan*, b. 10 Jan. 1855; d. 26 Apr. 1858. 

8297. 7. Hblbn-Maby*, b. 5 Dec 1859. 

8298. 8. Hahiiah-Aurblia*, b. 81 Sept 1868. 

8299. M08ES\ [8286] {Martha* {Chandler) Parsons, Sarah* {WinOow) OhaBdler, 
Barnabas^, OOber^, NaihanieJ^, Kendm\) b. 10 Feb. 1807, New Gloucester, Me. ; m. 
Brewer, Me., 80 Sept 1839, Betsey Dyer, b. 28 Dec. 1815, Bucksport, Mo., dau. of 
Jesse and Hachael (Cobb) of Bucksport, Brewer, and Yarmouth, Me. Farmer; 
selectman and town clerk several years; taught school twenty-four winters. He 
removed from New Gloucester, Me., to Glenburn, in 1882; represented the Orono 
and Glenburn District in the Legislature in 1857. In July, 1864, his buildings were 
bamed, and in November of that year, having sold his farm, he removed to Portland, 
May, 1865, to North Yarmouth; ^d May, 1866, returned to Glenburn, where he was 
residing in 1871. P.O. add. Ba^ Bangor^ Me. 

Children: 

8800. 1. Isaac-Henry*, b. 25 Oct 1840, Glenburn; m. by A-K-P. Small, Bangor, 

Me., 15 May, 1864, to Jennie Thomas, b. 2 June 1839, Centre Harbor, 
N. Y., dau. of Bradbury-J. and Sally (Smith) of Durham, N.H. He en- 
listed in the 18th Reg. Maine Vols. ; when near Washington, had a 
fever, and for eighteen months after was unable to utter a loud word. 
The late Dr. Quimby restored his voice by external manipulations. 
Farmer. Res. Olenlnum; P.O. add. 1872| Eaa Banger, Me. 

Children bom in Glenburn: . 

8801. 1. George-Henry*, b. 11 Feb. 1865. 
8302. 2. Ernest-Delmont*, b. 17 Apr. 1872. 

8808. %. Cubtis-Amubose*, b. 9 Jan. 1844, Glenburn; m. by Rev. Edward-Payson 
Tbwing, Portland, Me., 3 Dec. 1868, to Lucy-M. Stevens, b. 1 Jan. 1845, 
Portland, dau. of Dani^, of P., b. 12 Aug. 1813, Westbrook, Cumber- 
land Co., Me., d. 6 Feb. 1867, at P., and Sarah (Kimball), b. 22 Jan. 
1813, Eennebnnk, Yort Co., Me. Merchant. Res. 1872, PorUandy Ml 

8304. 8. Jahbs-Oscab*, b. 25 Nov. 1845; d. 80 Sept 1846. 

8305. 4. James-Oscab*, b. 15 Mar. 1848; m. Bangor, Me., 24 Dec. 1808, Ella- A. 

Gibbs, b. 24 Dec. 1848, Glenburn, dau. of Eben-Easey, b. 27 Jan. 1817, 
at G., and Mary- Ann (Pierce), b. 3 Mar. 1819, Orrington, Me. Farmer. 

P.O. add. 1871, Batt Bangor^ M§, 
Children: 
8808. 1. Louise-Gibbsf, b. 20 Mar. 1870. 

8307. 2. Minnie-Blanche*, b. 20 July, 1872, G. 

8308. PELEG', [8267] {Sarah* {Winslaw) Chandler, Bamdb(u\ GUbere^ No- 
tkanieP, Kendm\) b.9 Sept 1773, New Gloucester, Me. ; d. 18 Jan. 1847, Bangor, Me. ; 
married at N.G., 7Dec. 1797, Esther* Parsons, b. 18 Jan. 1775, N.G., dau. of Col. 
Isaac*, of N.G., {Deo. leaa^, Ebenaer*, Je^ff^^ of QloueeMt^^ ifa«i.,). and Salome 
(Merrill). [See 8279, and Memorial ^ Jeffrey^ Pareom,] He grad. at Brown Uni- 



716 DeacmiMnta of Jitdge Pdeg'' Chandler K 

rerrity, 1795; practiced law in N.G. until 1826, when he remoTed to Bangor, con- 
tinning to practice there until his death. He held the office of jndge. * Bangor^ Me. 

Children horn in New Gloucester: 

8809. 1. Bbtsbt-Pabsons, [8819] b. Of Sept 179|; d. 11 Apr. 1860; m. Dr. Josiab 

Beane. 

8810. 2. Esthbb-Parsonb, b. 20 Aug. 1800; d. 18 Sept. 1800, N.G. 

8811. 8. Chablbs-Parsons, [8882] b. 29 Oct 1801 ; d. 17 Nor. 1857; married h 

8812. 4. Haknah-Akdbrson, b. 18 Sept 1808; d. 25 June, 1808, N.G. 

8818. 6. Sarah-Mabia-Winblow, [8884] b. 18 Dec. 1805; m. Rev. Ariel-Pari^ 
Chute. 

8814. 6. Tesophilub-Pabsons, [8840] b. 18 Oct 1807; m. Eliza-Julia Schlatter. 

8815. 7. Hamnah-Andbrson, [8853] b. 18 June, 1809; d. 20 Jan. 1868; m. Wm- 

Henry Bopes. 

8816. 8. Esthbr-Parboivb, [8860] b. 24 Jan. 181&; d. 10 Apr. 1846, New York 

(^ty; m. Harry-Quincy Andrews. 

8817. 9. Horacb-Philif, b. 18 Apr. 1814; d. 28 Jan. 1818. 

8818. 10. PBLBChWHinrAK, b. 12 Apr. 1816; lawyer, firm of Chandler, Thayer 

& Hudson, 27 Court St Res. 154 Beacon 8t.^ Bontan^ Mase. 

8819. BETSEY.PARS0N8^ [8809] (dau. of Pdeg" Chandler,) b. 5 Sept 1798, 
New Gloucester: d. 11 Apr. 1860, Bangor, and was buried there. She married, 27 
Oct 1822, Dr. Josiah DEANS, of Phippsburg, Me., bom in 1796, s. of Zadoc, of 
Minot, Me. In August 1820. he commenced practice in Bowdoinham; Nov. 1821, 
removed to Phippsburg, where he had an extet\8ive practice, being highly esteemed 
for his skill. He died 26 May, 1854, and was buried in Bangor. Phippdnirg, Me. 

Children r 

8820. 1. Henby-Martyh", b. 8 Nor. 1823, Phippsburg; d. Oct 1866, Tahiti, 

Society Islands. 

8821. 3. Sarah-Maria*, b. 28 Nov. 1824, P. ; d. 27 Nov. 1851, Bangor, at the 

residence of her father. She married, 22 Oct 1846, Rev. Thomas-Dnvee 
Sturtevaat, of Portland, Me., b. 18l9; d. 18 May, 1850, Sacramento, 
Cat 

Child: 

8822. Thomas-Carpenter*, b. Dec. 1849; d. 16 Sept. 1851. 

8823. 8. Esthbk-Paesons', b. 9 July, 1826, Phippsl)urg; married, 27 July, 1846» 

Rev. Lemuel-Chandler SpofCbrd, of Bedford; N.H., who died 12 Apr. 
1869, La Porte, Ind. 
Children : 

8824. 1. Henry-aiandler*, b. 20 Apr. 1858, De Pere, Wis. : d. 10 June, 1859. 

8825. 2. John-Frederic*, b. 6 Oct 1856, »* 

8826. 4. JosiAH-PoRBUSH*, b. 11 Feb. 1828; probably died young. 

8827. 0. Eliza*, b. 8 June, 1830, Phippsburg; married. 26 Dec 1866, uames-Samnel 

Bow^i of BangOT. Lawyer and U. 8. Commissioner. 

Rea. 1871, Bangor, Me. 



^ Descendants of Sarah* ( WinOow) Chandler. 717 

8338. 6. MAHY-FsssaNDBii*, b. 28 Sept. 1888, Bangor. 

8329. 7. Jortf.pBBDERio', b. 8 Sept. 1885, *• ; d 2 Jan. 1872, New Or- 

leans, La. 

8380. 8. Annib-Clevblakd*, b. 28 Aug. 1887, *' ; married, 25 July, 186?, 
Rev. Clay Uc Oauley, of Cbambersburg; Pecn. 

8831. 9. JosiAH- Whitman*, b. 1889, Baogor; d. 5 Oct. 1859, Galyeston, Texas. 

8S32. CHARLES-PARSONS', [8311] (t. of Pdeg* Ohasidler,) b. 29 Oct 1801, 
New Gloucester, Me.; grad. Bowdoin College, 1822; d. 17 Nov, 1857, Foxcroft, Me. 
We add the following notices of his death: 

We regret to learn' that Hon. Charles P. Chandler, senator elect from Piscata- 
quia county, died very suddenly, of disease of the heart, at his residence in Foxcroft, 
on Tuesday evening last. He had been in his usual health until a short time previous, 
when, feeling rather unwell, he took some medicine, but was soon found to be dying, 
and expired before the physician could be recalled. 

He was a man universally respected and beloved for his estimable qual- 
ities of both head and heart; and his death will be deeply lamented by a large 
circle of friends and acquaintances, not only in his own county but throughout the 
State. He was known and relied upon as a man of the strictest integrity, sterling 
good sense, and sound judgment, and enjoyed in the highest degree the confidence 
of all with whom he had intercourse or association. The people of his town and 
county fully appreciated his abilities and worth, and have frequently testified thereto 
by placing him in many positions of responsibility and honor. He has filled many 
important town ofiSces, and has several times represented his district in the House i>f 
Representatives, and also the county in the State Senate — and was at the time of his 
death a fienator elect In him the republican party has lost an able, earnest, and 
faithful advocate of its principles, and the community a valuable member. 

Bangor Whig, Nov. 10, 1857. 

Chart«e8 Parsons Chahdlier. — On a bleak day in January, ten years ago, three 
brothers met, from long distances, in a remote village near Portland, to lay in his 
ancestral burial-place the mortal remains of an honored father. He was a man of 
marked character, of a commanding presence, and had inspired his children with 
affectionate admiration. His sons were of the same profession with himself, and 
owed whatever of success they had attained to his own instructions. They had re- 
moved his natural body to his and their native town, in compliance with his dying 
request, and the unostentatious monument that marks the spot recites that it was 
erected by his surviving sons ** in atlectionate respect for the character of their fatlier, 
teacher, and friend.** And now, within a tew days, the oldest of these sons, and the 
one most beloved perhaps by that father, has passed forward to join his friend and 
early master in the law. Few men were more generally known throughout hig 
native State; no man was more beloved and respected ; and although his decease has 
been everywhere referred to, a few more words will l>e pardoned by those who knew 
him. Lideed, there are circumstances in his personal history that cannot fail of 
encouragement to men who never heard his name. 

Educated for the bar, and entering upon the profession with the seal, 
Msrgy, and laudable ambition of an ardent spiiit, and with prospects as fair as any 



na Eim. Chartea-Parmmi' Chandler. K 

num of his age, he toon perceired that a hereditary and increaabg tendency to deaf- 
iieas most greatly impair his naefalDefli in thii occnpation, if it did not entirely debar 
him from the practice. For yean he stroTe in silence against this strengthening^ 
conrictioii, a^ when at length it became certain that any cure, or eren slight 
mitigation was not to be expected, he calmly submitted to this darkening shadow of 
his profeadonal socceas. He felt, as all deaf men most and do feel, that this infirm- 
ity affects the mind as well as the body; that one debarred from all the ordinary inter- 
eoorse of society, hearing only what is specially addressed to him, is like a traveler 
who looks on a beantifnl scene in natnre through an inverted telescope or a colored 
glass, receiring no adequate impression of its real character; or like one whoee only 
impiesdon of a landscape is derived from the sketches of an artist. He felt, too, as 
deaf men naturally feel, a sensitiveness for the defect, and a desire to witlidraw 
entirely from socie^, from a feeling of repugnance at the prominence which it is 
mpi to give tliem, and an indisposition to annoy their friends by taxing kindness 
to excess in the casoal intercourse of life. But he did what many deaf people are 
uable to do. He reaisted, and successfully resisted these feelings snd this course of 
action; and great was his reward in so doing. 

Of a gentle and retiring nature, he could never force himself upon others. He 
never made himself or his infirmity prominent; although entirely conscious of the 
overshadowing misfortune oi his life, and often suffering intensely on account of it» 
ha suffered in silence, and always maintained an outward tone of cheerfulness, that 
made him a most desirable companion for the grave or the mirthfuL Such was his 
manner, the delicacy, rimplicity, and truthfulness of his chan cter, that no one felt 
bound to make special exertiona on his behalf; and when he was {vesent, there was 
no embarrassment because he did not hear. 

He was never in the way, and no man's society was more eagerly sought, al- 
though It was quite difficult to converse with him at alL But he always preserved a 
just and proper self-respect. Grateful for the sympathy of all who knew him, he 
never soi^t to increase it, and, well knowing that pity is next akin to contempt, 
he was too consdoos of his own mental {K>wers to sllow the patronizing air of coarse 
men towards a physical infirmity; and for those, if there were any, who would sneer 
and mock his weakness, he had no word of remonstrance. He knew his burthen, 
and strength was given him to bear it with firmness, dignity, and cheerfulness: 

To no perverse suspicion he gave way. 

No languor, peevisnness, nor vain complaint. 

It would have pained him when living to have these things said, but now that 
he is gone, it is proper that they should b^said, by way of encouragement and warn- 
ing to those in a similar condition. 

Nor did he relinquish his profession. Having l>ecome thoroughly fitted for its 
practice by long years of study and experience, he Iiad no idea of sacrificing the ad- 
vantages so painfully acquired, bat determined to persevere in the same direction, 
although fully conscious of the difficulties and mortifications to be encountered ; and 
tills he did with fsir jraccess for thirty yeara, although, of course, debarred from some 
portions of its multifsrious duties. He always found enough to da A well-read 
lawyei^ a safe counsellor, a sagaciois man, he was consulted far and near. No man 



^ Bern. Charlea-Parsom' Candler. 719 

was more desenredlj tnuled with the dearest rights of others. He carried into life 
the i^ayer of the great moralist, for the ability and the disposition to settle, adjust, 
and terminate controrersies; to calm the angry passions of men; to establish peace 
among neighbors; to aid the oppressed ; to protect the innocent; and to see that the 
guilty soilered no wrong through prejudice or passion. He was uniTcrsally regarded 
as a peacemaker; and he annihilated, in his own community, the prejudice against 
the bar, and forerer destroyed the Tulgar error, that a lawyer is necessaiily the 
prcMnoter of strife or the exciter of angry passions in men. 

Although not destitute of ambition for public life, he, for many years, dis- 
couraged all attempts to thrust him forward. But of late he was induced to accept 
some positions of honor and of trust. He had been a member of both branches of 
the Legislature, and he performed the duties to the great satisfaction of his con- 
stituents; and, what, sometimes seemed singular, no member seemed better posted in 
the daily proceedings of those bodies, or was listened to with greater respect in 
debate, €Uthouffhhee(nildiufthkn'(mewn^th€atDa$$aidbyothe^ 

Hiese are no mere complimentary phrases, and indiscriminate praises of the 
dead. What is here said is carefully considered, and although from the pen of one 
who knew him well, and who has been these many years filled with admiration for 
his character, and gratitude and consolation for the light of his example, there are 
thousands of living men who know that these statements come short of the truth. 
There is no man living who will question them. 

The departure of this good man was in harmony with his life, calm, kindly— 
without a struggle to prevent the passing spirit from leaving its last impression of 
peace upon his features. He was sitting by the fireside, almost engaged in con- 
versation, when he appeared to drop asleep, as was not unusual at this time of the 
day. His manner of breathing attracted attention, and it was soon found that the 
isfint had passed on, and the ear that heard not was unstopped forever. 

The burial took place on the last day of the week. The body was laid out in 
citizen's dress, and those present thought there never was a face more noble and 
beautiful in death. The wrinkles in the high forehead were all smoothed out—the 
eyee lightly closed as in sleep, and a most benignant smile rested upon the mouth, the 
last imprint of the departing spirit The feeling in the community was a sermon to 
the faiUiless. Old men would hang over the corpse with streaming eyes, and then 
stoop down and kiss the face and move silently away, while threugbout the com- 
munity there was a general feeling of sadness. The body was laid in a gentle 
dedivi^ <m the banks of the Piscataquis: 

And yon tall pine tree, whose composing sound 
Was wasted on the good man's living ear, 
Hath now its o^n peculiar sanctity ; 
And, at the touch of every vfandering breeze, 
Murmurs, not idly, o'er his peaceful grave. 

From a Batton paper. 

The announcement of his death was made to the Senate by Mr. Hamlin, of 
Pmobscoti who Kdd: 

Mr. PBXsiDiDrr; I would take this oocadon to announce through you to the 
Senate, the death of the Hon. Oharlet Parsons Chandler, member elect to this board 

18 



Y20 Son. Chades 'Pardons' Chandler. ^ 

from the county of Piscataqais, who died at hit leddence in Fozcroft, in Norember 
last, at the age of fifty-six years. 

On the day of his decease, he was apparently in good health, and engaged in 
his usual business; and on the evening of the same day, while sitting in his chair, at 
his own fireside, he suddenly expired, without a struggle or a groan, and almost 
without the notice of his family by which he was surrounded. 

•As he has no colleague upon this fioor, as one of the Senators from the adjoining 
county of Penobscot, and which formerly embraced within its limits the constituency 
of the deceased, I have thought it not improper in me to make this announcement, 
and to pay some slight tribute of respect to the character of our lamented friend. 

He was bom in the town of New Gloucester, in this State, and more than thirty 
years ago he located himself in the valley of the Piscataquis, vifhere, for several 
years he taught an academy. He soon opened a law office in the town of Foxcroft, 
where he continued to practice to the time of his decease. ♦ ♦ ♦ 

The Governor of the Universe has summoned him to another scene of action. 
His labors here are finished ; there begun. 

My acquaintance with the deceased waa short We met one year ago as 
strangers. I first learned his worth in the committee room, 

*^ Where his social converse was itself a feast '^ 

Affable, courteous, unassuming in his every day deportment— a sate and correct 
adviser — an industrious and faithful legislator— 100 |>ar^ Mfri$nd». His death is a 
loss, not only to his family, but alike to his constituents— the Senate the State; 
but 

**Thee to deplore, were grief misspent indeed, 
It were to weep tliat goodness has its meed; 
That there is bliss prepared in yonder sky, 
And glory for the virtuous when they die.** 

The resolutions were then unanimously adopted by rising. 

On motion of Mr. Jones, that Senator was charged with a message to the House, 
informing Uiat body of the death of Hon. Charles P. Chandler, Senator elect, from 
the Tenth Senatorial District; and subsequently reported that he had delivered the 
message. 

Mr. Chapman moved as a further mark of respect to the memory of the deceased, 
that the Senate do now adjourn. And the Senate adjourned to Monday at eleven 
o'clock. 

Mr. Chandler married, but we have not the name of his wife. In 1871, she was 
residing in Foxcroft, Me. 

Child : 
8888. Maj. Chari.rs-Psll, enlisted in the Union army, and was killed in battie, 
in Virginia — date unknown. He was a lawyer in Foxcroft 

8884. SARAH-MARIA-WINSLOW, [8318] {dau. of Pdsf COiandler,) b. 81 
Dec. 1805, New Gloucester, Me. ; m. by Rev. John Maltby, Bangor, Me., 85 Apr. 
1886, to Rev. Ariel- Parish OHUTB, of Sharon, Mass., b. 16 May, 1809, Byfield,' 



^ Theophilu8'Par8Wis' Chandler. 731 

Essex Co., Mass., s. of Richard and Dorothy (Pearson) of Byfield Parish, Rowley, 
Mass. Clerk in the U.S. Treasury Department Res. Oxford, Pownal, and Harrison, 
Me. ; Wobarn, Milton, Lynnfield, Byfield, Ware, Chelsea, and, 1871, Skamn^ Momm. 

Cadldren: 

8885. 1. Ellvh-Maria, b. 23 May, 1887, Oxford, Me. ; married, 20 Sept. 1856, A- 

D. Baoon, M.D., of S. Res. 1872, Sharon, Man, 

8886. % FRAKCBa-PBABSOK, b. 2 Jnne, 1840, Pownal, Combedand Co., Me. 

Res. 1872, Sham^ Momb. 

8887. 8. Richard-Hehbt*, b. 14 Mar. 1843, Wobarn, Middlesex Co., Mass. ; soon 

after the commencement of the late war. enlisted as private in the 85tb 
Mass. Reg. ; was taken prisoner at the battle of the North Anna, re- 
maining in prison seren months, when he wss exchanged on parole. 
He was then a captain in the 59th Mass. Recent In 1872, he was 
engaged in the lumber business, in Missouri. 

8888. 4. EtfTHBR-AHDBBwa*, b. 22 June, 1846, Milton, Norfolk Co., Mass. ; d. 31 

Dec 1866; married, 8 July, 1866, Edgar-M. Hickaon, a clerk in the U.S. 
Treasury Department 

8889. 5. Sabah-Babnss^. b. 80 July, 1848, Harrison. Cumberland Co., Me. 

8840. THB0PH1LU8-PARS0NS', [8814] ($. of Pdeff* COiandler,) b. 18 Oct. 
2807, New Gloucester, Me.; nu Philadelphia, Pa., 20 Sept 1837, Eliza-Julia 
Schlatter, b. 29 May, 1809, Phila., dau. of William and Catherine- Vaughn (Lyon) of 
P. He was Assistsnt U.S. Treasurer in Boston, four years, during the late war. Was 
a lawyer in Bangor, Me., from 1880 to 1837, since which time he has practised in 
Boston. In 1877 his address waa Ko. 5 TmmnU 8L; res. BroMim, Moms, 

Children: 
8841. 1. Mabt-Elizabbth*. b. 23 Sept 1838, Boston, Mass. ; married there, 28 
July, 1858, Edwin-Augustus Oibbens, b. 20 Mar. 1834, at B., i. of 
Daniel-Lewis and Mary-Richardson (Howe) of B. He grad. Harvard 
University in 1855; in 1877, was a teacher in New York City, 543 
Fifth Arenne. 

Baa. Boston, Brookline, and Waltham, Mass. ; and iVSno Tori OUy, 

Children: 

8842. 1. Chandler*, b. 18 June, 1859, Boston. 

8348. 2. Daniel-I^wis*, b. 21 May, 1^1, Waltham. 

8844. 8. Frances- Vaughn*, b. 13 Nor. 1862, '' 

8345. 4. Constance*, b. 8 Sept. 1864, «' 

8846. 2. CoL. Cuarlks-Ltok*, b. 27 Dec. 1889, Boston. Immediately after the at- 
tack on Fort Sumter, he gave up his ousiness, and devoted his attention 
to raising a company of three years volunteers from the town of Brook- 
line. After much trouble and some delay, he was mustered into the 
service of the United States, May 19th, 1861, as Second Lieutenant in 
Company A., First Massachusetts Regiment In June, he accompanied 
this regiment to Washingtcm, and, in July, partici p ated in the campaign 
to Centreville, the fight at Blackburn's Ford, and its attendant marchea. 



722 Od. Charl^Lyonf ChaaicU&r. R 

On this campaign he received his flnt baptism of fire, and showed the 
germs of that ability to command troops, which afterward rendered 
him so conspicaous. 

He was commissioned First lieutenant, March dlst, 1862. On the 
anlTsl of the First Mass. Regiment before Yorktown, Lieutenant Chan- 
dler was detailed by General Heintzelman, as assistant on the works, 
and served in that capacity up to the time of the evacuation of that 
place by the rebels. At Fair Oaks, he was again detailed as engineer 
upon the works erecting there, which duty he performed until he left, 
with the army, for the James River— not omitting to join his regiment 
in the numerous skirmishes of the month of June. At Glendale and 
Malvern Hill he was with the regiment, having taken command of Com- 
pany A, after Captain Wild was wounded at Fair Oaks. At Harrison^s 
Lauding he was again engineering, and superintended most of the works 
in the front of Hooker's division. In August, he left the Army of the 
Potomac to accept a commission as Captain in the Thirty-fourth Massa- 
chueetts Regiment, which regiment he joined near Alexandria, Va., in 
September, 1803. They were on garrison duty until the summer of 
1863, when the regiment was ordered to Harper^s Ferry. During the 
fall of that year they had some skirmishing with the enemy, and several 
severe marches, in all of which Captain Chandler distinguished himself 
as usual. In the spring of 1868, Major-General Berry, then commanding 
a division in the Army of the Potomac, hearing of the high character 
Captain Chandler was gaining, made application to the War Department 
for him as aid-de-camp. The application was endorsed by Generals 
Hooker and Sickles, but was not granted on account of the remon- 
strance of Colonel Wells against having so valuable an officer taken 
from his regiment In the npring of 1864, he was appointed lieutenant- 
Colonel of the Forty-first Mass. Regiment, and left the Thirty-fourth ; 
but, while in Boston awaiting orders, he was commissioned Lieutenant- 
Colonel of the Fifty-seventh Mass. Regiment, a regiment just formed, 
which he joined at Washington in May, 1864. He started with this 
regiment on Grantee campaign, and. Colonel Bartlett having been 
wounded in almost its first engagement, led it through the sanguinary 
conflicts of the Wilderness, until he fell, while rallying his men, at the 
North Anna River, May 24th, 1864, having been three years in the ser- 
vice of his country, and never having once faltered in his resolve to 
fight for her life unti| his own was taken or hers made perpetual 

Colonel Chandler^s character was such as to attract the respect and 
love of all who knew him. He was invariably cheerful, and con- 
siderate of others. Having great self-control, a mind clear and practical, 
of analytical powcr^ and capable of original investigation and thought, 
possessed great executive ability. He was firm of purpose, with 
much true independence, and a judgment mature and sound for one so 
young. These qualifications made him a cool and able leader, and those 
who had most closely watched his brief bat glorious military career 



^ on. ChofrU^rL^ofC ChcmdUr. 72S 

had the hi^^ert hopes of hit contlnaed and increased usefolness in the 
anny. General Bsrtlett wrote of him: ^^ Every officer and man that I 
hare been to see in the;.hospitals here speaks of Colonel Chandler's brave- 
ly and devotion with filling eyes. I never saw men who^ in so short a 
time^ had snch a feeling of admiration for any man's conduct. His loss 
was felt throughout the corps.*' General Ledlie, who commanded the 
division in which the Fifty-seventh was included, wrote : *' I feel thati am 
only telling the strict truth when I say that I never knew a more gallant 
and chivalrous soldier, a more genial and kindly gentleman." 

His last letter home expressed firm confidence in the power and love 
of the Lord to protect and guide him. His last commands to those of 
his men who had tried to carry him from the field were of self-renunci- 
ation, bidding them to leave him to die, and to save themselves; and we 
learn from one who was with him to the end, that he died happy. 
Truly he had counted the cost, and was ready for the sacrifice. 

His kindness to his men, his modesty and his braveiy, made him 
beloved by alL Even the enemy, into whose hands he fell after being 
wounded, showed the respect they bore for his gallantry by the care and 
attention ^ven him during the short interval before his death. 

The above, extracted from a collection of letters and obituary no- 
tices by his devoted friends among the officers of the army and the gov- 
smment, but faintly exhibits his estimable character and patriotic 
service. The reader will find much more to interest him in the little 
memorial volume printed for the use of the kindred of the lamented 
Colonel Chandler. 
8347. 8. Frahobs-Yaughn*, b. 18 Mar. 184d, Boston; m. Brookline, Mass., 19 
Aug. 1882, CoL William-Latham Gaudier, b. 18 July, 1889, Marblehead, 
Mass., s. of John and Susan (Wheelwright) of Marblehead, aft. of Bos- 
ton. He was commissioned First Lieutenant in the Ist Mass. Reg^Yols., 
May, 1861, and Captain and Aid-de-Camp of U.S. Vols, in 1862; was 
Brevet Major, Lieutenant-Colonel, and Colonel; resigned his commission 
May, 1868. He has been engaged in mining. Res. Empire City, Clear 
Creek Co., CoL, and Boston, Mass. Brooldin$^ Mam. 

Child: 
8848. Charles-Henry-Wheelwrighf, b. 7 Feb. 1864, Brookline; died therci 

29 May, 1864. 
8349. 4. Thbophilds-Parbons*, b. 7 Sept. 1845, Boston; an architect at 57 

Broadway, N.Y., with Russell Sturgis, Jr., & Co. 
8859. 5. Alfred-Du Pokt«, b. 18 May, 1847; in 1871, was a lawyer in New York 
dty, No. 78 Broadwi^; and, in 1878, in Boston, No. 5Tremont St. 

Res. BroMinSf Mass. 
8851. 8. AiJOB-Au0DaTA% b. 10 Dec 1848, Brookline. 
8352. 7. SmiXXB-CBAffi*, b. 4 Apr. 1854, «* 

8858. HANNAH-ANDERSON', [8815] {dau. ^ iWi^ Ohaadlar,) b. 18 June, 
1809, New Gloucester, Me.; d. 20 Jan. 1868, at Washiogton, D.C., while there 



724 EdADwrdrElMik^ Bopes. K 

aadsliiig in the cnn of our dck aoldieiB. She was married in Bangor, Me., probably 
about the month of Febroary, 1884, to'miliam-Henry BOBES, b. 9 Jan. 1809, Salem, 
s. of Hardy and Hannah (Bison). He grad. Watenrille College, Me. ; resided many 
years in Femandina and Palatka, Florida, on acconnt of ill health, and died at the 
latter place, 5 Nov. 1866. She is the anthor of a book entitled '*Siz Months in 
Kansas'*, John-P. Jewett, Boston, publisher, 1856; also of ''Cranston House," anovel, 
Otis Clapp, Boston, publisher, 1859. She resided in New Gloucester until the age 
of eighteen, then in Bangor and Foxcroft, Me. ; Milton, Waltham, Cambridge, Bed* 
ford, and Boston, Mass.; Lawrence, Kansas; and Georgetown, D.O. 

Children: 
8854. 1. Eliza*, bom about 1885, Foxcroft; died in infancy. 
8356. S. Edwabd-Blsok*, bom about 1887, Milton, Mass., sends us an account of 
his experiences during the late war as follows: I was- present at the 
attack made upon Lawrence, Kansas, May 25, 1856, by border ruffians, 
under Atchison and Stringfellow; was in action under Gen. James-H. 
Lane, as a private in Co. A, Ist Reg. Kansas Free State Militia, at 
Franklin, Kansas, Aug. 12, 1856 ; also under Gen. Lane, as a priyate in 
Bickerton's Artillery, at Fort Saunders, Aug. 15, 1856; was also in 
action under Capt Walker, as a private in Bickerton^s ArtHlefy, at 
Fort Titus, Aug. 16, 1856; was sick in hospital at Lawrence, Kansas, 
during the engagement of Sept 14 and 16, 1856. When the war of the 
^bellion broke out I did not have faith in the patriotism of the North, 
but after I found they were going to fight 1 concluded that I was a 
coward not to be doing my share, and so I started from the Rocky 
Mountains with that intention. I endeavored to obtain a cmn- 
mission in Kansas, and, failing to do so, became disgusted with my 
own sel&shness in trying to get an officer's berth, and went to the front 
and enlisted as a private. While on my way, I was arrested at EUenboro, 
Ya., on charge of being a rebel spy, and was kept a prisoner two weeks 
at Comwallis, Richie Co., Ya., at Wheeling, and at Camp Chase, 
near Columbus, Oliio. When , was released the military authorities re- 
fused to give me tranq>ortation, and being nearly out of money I walked 
to Winchester, Ya. — 485 miles — making the trip in 16 days. I then, 
Jane 20, 1862, enlisted in Co. D, 2d Mass. Inf., and was in action at 
Cedar Mountain, Antietam, Cbancellorsville, Beverly Ford, Gettysburg, 
Resaca, and before Atlanta; was also on duty at Park Barracks, New 
York City, in August, 1868, when the draft was enforoed. I was 
<' orderly'' in the Provost Marshal's office at Tullahoma, Tenn., in the 
winter of 1868 and '4, and agidn at Atlanta, Ga., in the autumn of 1864. 
I went through Georgia, the Carolinas, and Yirginia, under Gen. Sherman ; 
marched in grand review before President Johnson, and was dischaiged 
at camp near Washington, June 18, 1865, snd sent to the rendesvoos at 
Readville, Mass., before my discharge was given into my possessioa. I 
was oourtmartialed once for '* standing on my beat," and acquitted; was 
never punished and never uromoted. My old captain, Mr.. I^niel 
Oakey, lives in your city. 

In 1871 he was unmarried ; P.O. address, Voluna^ Florida, 



K Shkmer^ Afubwos^ JBearoe. 725 

8356. 8. William*, bom about 1889, Miltoo; died in infancy. 

8867. 4. Axiob-Shkfsbbd% b. 18 Dec. 1841, Walfham, Mass. ; ro. Nashua, N.H., 
22 Jan. 1868, Jairas-Leander Skinner, bom in Jamaica, Windham Co., 
Yt, a. of Jairoa, of Amhorst, Mass., and Mary (Streoter), whose mother^a 
maiden name was Abigail Parsons, a daughter of George Parsons, of 
Boston. Abigail lived in Danby, Yt In each of the four gcmeratiocs 
succeeding that of George Parsons was a child bearing his full name. 
See J^pre\f^ Parwns Memorial. Mr. Skinner served in the Union 
army; raised Ck>mpany D, 27th Massachusetts Yolunteer Infantry, 
and enlisted in that regiment, 6 September 1861 ; was orderly sergeant 
ten months; second lieutenant eleven months; first lieutenant one year; 
and captain seven months. He was taken prisoner at Dmry's Blufi^ Ya., 
16 May, 1864, and was imprisoned at Richmond, Ya., Macon, Ga., and 
Charleston and Columbia, S.C. ; escaped from the latter place, 29 Nov, 
1864. He was mustered out of service, 1 Jan. 1866, at Washington, 
D. a Postmaster at Amherst Res. 1876, Amh^rdf Mam. 

Children: 
8858^ 1. Esther-Chandler*, b. 6 Dec. 1866, Amhent 

8369. 2. Bdwazd-Lyman% b. 8 Mar. 1872, " ; died there, 5 Aug. 1872. 

8360. E3THER.PAR80NS', [8816] (dau. ^ iVb^ Chandler,) b. 24 Jan. 1812, 
New Gloucester, Me. ; d. 10 Apr. 1846, New York City; m. Bangor, Me., in 1888, 
Hany-Qoincy ANDBBWS, bom in 1810, Lafayette, Onondaga Co., N.Y. He is 
now deceased. Res. Bangor, Penobscot Co., Me., and New Ym^ OUitf. 

Child: 
836L Hsrbt-Chahdlbb, b. 10 Apr. 1846| New York; has been engaged In 
studying law in that city. 

8862. SALOM£% [8271] {Sarah^ {WMbw) Chandler, Bamabat^, QUberi^, Nor 
ikaniO', Kendm\)b. 22 Sept. 1788, New Gloucester, Me. ; died there, 16 Dec 1828; 
married there, 6 Oct 1806, Dexter BBABOE, of N.G., b. 17 Aug. 1781, Bridge- 
water, Mass., s. of Job and Sarah (Keith) of B. He died 8 Sept 1868, Portland, 
Me. [Job Brabox, b. 10 Apr. 1749; d. 26 Aug. 1828; m. 2 Nor. 1780, Sarah 
Keith, b. 7 Dec. 1764; d. 8 Nov. 1888. Children: 1. Dexter, b. 17 Aug. 1781; 2, 
Sardk, b. 2 Aug. 1784; 8. Emmah, b. 18 Mar. 1789; d. 8 May, 1817; 4. Lydia, b. 16 
Oct 1791 ; d. 80 Aug. 1888; 6. Ford, b. 18 Mar. 1794; d. 26 Sept 1888; 6. Oharlee, 
b. 12 Oct 1796; d. 18 NofT. 1796; 7. BueannorKeUh, b. 17 July, 1798; d. 2 Jan. 
1828. For a more extended account of this family see Menwrialef Mn^ WMow.] 

New OUmeeiter, Me 

Children bom in New Gloucester: 
8868. 1. S▲MUSL-FBS6BNDBN^ b. 12 July, 1812; d. 80 Apr. 1881, N.G. 
8864. 2. CHABLBS-DErrBB% b. 4 July, 1816; m. Portland, Me., 11 Apr. 1848, Lo- 
rana' True [8402], b. 4 Oct 1818, N.G., dau. of Jonathsn, of N.G., and 
Deborsh* (Winslow). She died 8 May, 1859, Pwtland. 

He res. 1871, Bniland^ Me. 



726 Barnabas Window and Deaoendante. ^ 

Children bom in Portland: 

88G5. 1. Charles-Greenleaf, b. 80 Deo. 1846. 

8366. 2. AUce-Chandlex*, b. 2d Feb. 1851. 

6367. 8. 8abah-Holmah-Chakdlvr% b. 2 June, 1820; m. Readfield, ffennebeo Co., 
Me., 25 Not. 1841, John-Bean Fillebrown, of R. 

Rea. 1871, Fatmauth, Oumberiand €k^ Mk 

Children: 

8868. 1. Marinda-Jflne*, b. 22 Aug. 1842, Readfleld ; m. by Rev. B-H. Bailey, 

Falmouth, 81 Dec. 1868, to Whitman-Spragae Dyer, of Portland, 
Me., 1. of Christopher and Lucy-Amelia (Sprague) of P. 

Res. 1872, Portland, Me. 

8869. 2. John-Holman*, b. 15 Sept 1846, R. 

8870. 8. Mary-Lelia«, b. 80 Oct. 1862, P. 

[Three other children of Salome* (Chandler) Bearce died in infancy.] 

8871. BARNABAS*, [1689] {Barndba^, CHJbert^, NathmuH}, Kendin\)h. 12 Mar. 
1746, North YarmdUth, Me. ; d. Jan. 1811, New Gloucester, Me., and was buried 
there; his will was recorded in Portland, Me. He married, in North Yarmouth, 
Deborah Qlass, whose parents were of Duxbury, Mass. She died in New Gloucester, 
and was buried there. He married 2d, Eingstop, Mass., 14 June, 1776, Deborah 
Bradford, of E., b. 28 July, 1752. Farmer. 

Res. Poland, and N&w OhucesUr, Cumberland Go., Ms. 

Children bom in N.G. : 
8872. 1. Jambs, [8880] b. 8 Apr. 1770; d. 8 Feb. 1857; m. Maiy Merrill; m. 2d, 
Mary Eaton. 

By 2d marriage: 

2. RizpAH, b. 11 Mar. 1777; died unmarried, 5 Aug. 1799. 

LoRANA, [8899] b. 17 Feb. 1779; d. 14 Jan. 1801; m. Edward* PanKxni. 
Ci^ARissA, b. 29 May, 1781 ; died unmarried, 7 Oct. 1799. 
Edwabd-Parsons, b. 2 Apr. 1783; died unmarried, 26 Mar. 1805. 
Deborah, [8400] b. 25 Apr. 1786; d. 80 June, 1880; m. Jonathan TroA. 
Rbbeooa, [8418] b. 28 Apr. 1788; d. 11 Feb. 1828; m. WUUam Martin. 
Philip, [8419] b. 7 Oct 1790; d. 8 Feb. 1874; m. Bethia Hideout 

■ 8380. JAMES', [8872] {Bamabag^, Barnabas*, Gilbert*, Ninthani^, Ksndm\) b. 8 
Apr. 1770, New Gloucester, Me.; d. 8 Feb. 1857, N.G., and was buried there; 
was married there, by Rev. Samuel Foxcroft, in 1794, to Mary Merrill, bom in N.G. , d. 
1798, dau. of Moses, of N.G., and Mary (True). Moses Merrill died in the year 1821, 
aged 79. He was a deacon of the Congregational Church for many years ; was justice 
of the peace and colonel; served in the Revolutionary war as captain, or coloneL 
Mr. Winslow married 2d, in Durham, Cumberland Co., Me., 1799« Mary Eaton, of 

Londonderry, N.H., bom in Haverhill, Mass., dau. of William and (Sawyer) of 

H. She died 18 Mar. 1860, aged 85 y., 6 m., New Gloucester, and was buried there. 
Farmer. j^mo OloueeiUr^ Ms, 



8878. 


2. 


8374. 


8. 


8875. 


4. 


8876. 


5. 


8877. 


6. 


8878. 


7. 


8879. 


8. 



^ DeBo&ndants of Barnabas* Window. 727 

Chfldren bom in Kew Oloacestor: 
8881. 1. RaPAH% b. 81 May, 1796; d. 37 Deo. 1866, Portland, Me. 

Bee. New QUmeaUr^ M$. 
By 8d maniage: 
8388. 2. Mabt\ b. 88 Dea 1800; d. Jura, 1880, Kew Gloaoester. 
8888. 8. LoKANA*, b. 88 Sept 1802; d. 18 Aug. 1820, ♦* 

8884. 4. JoHH% b. 10 Sept. 1804; married in N.G., 1 Mar. 1840, Julia-Ann Knight, 
b. 2 July, 1816, Bloomfield, Somerset Co., Me., dan. of Edmnnd and 
Jane (Baton) of Bloomfield and Corinna, Me. Farmer. 

Bee. 1871, Km9 OhucetUr^ Mk 

Children: 
8886. 1. Mary-Jane*, b. 17 Mi^, 1841, K.G. ; m. Lewiston, Me., 16 Sept. 1862, 

George-Knowlee SmbaU, b. 8 Sept. 1828, Lnbeo, Me., i. of Joseph 
and Fhebe (Biown) of L. Fanner. Bea. 1872, Deering^ Ms. 

CUld: 

8886. irOie-Florgn^^ b. 28 Ang. 1866. 

8887. 2. Tme-Pendleton% b. 88 Nov. 1842, N.G. ; d. 9 Ang. 1868, East Boston, 

Mass. ; was buried in N.G. He was an expressman, and was nn- 
married. 

8888. 8. Jobn-Shepley*, b. 8 Jan. 1846; m. Stowe, Mass., 16 Sept 1868, 

Frances- Ann Brace, dan. of Hiram and Hannah (Lawrence) of Stowe. 
Fanner. Bea. 1872, Sudbury^ Mam. 

ddld: 

8888. FrmJ^BtmOe/, b. 26 Ang. 1871, New Gloucester. 

8890. 4. George-Sterens*, b. 12 Deo. 1846, N.G. ; clerk in Blackstone Maricet 

Boston. Bes. 1874, BasUmy Mam. 

8891. 6. Charles-Abner", b. 26 Apr. 1849, N.G. ; m. Stowe, Mass., 11 Jan. 

1872, Mary-Trun Brace, dan. of Hiram and Hannah (Lawrence) of 
S. 

8892. 6. Joseph-Drammond*, b. 9 Ang. or Sept, 1868, N.G. ; died there, 9 

Jan. 1854. 
8898. 7. Ann-ElizarPendleton*, b. 9 Oct 1866, N.G. ; d. 21 Mar. 1866. 

8894. 6. Jamibb\ b. 7 Oct 1806; d. 4 May, 1869, Dorham, Me. ; m. Madison, Me., 
10 Oct 1888, Sarah Knight, of Bloomfield, Me., bora there, 2 May, 1817, 
dan, of Bdmnnd and Jane (Eaton) of Corinna, Me., and sister of Julia- 
Ann Knight, the wife of John' [8884]. She died 7 Mar. 1868, New 
Gloncester. He married 2d, in that town, 1869, Bliza-Ann Coshman, 
dan. of Chandler, of Paris, Oxford Co., Me. Farmer. 

Bes. 1878, Durham^ Andromoggin G»., M§. 

Children bora in New Gloncester: 

8896. i. Howsrd*, b. 81 Jan. 1842; in 1872 was unmarried. 

Bee. New OUnteuUr, Me 
tt306. 2. AlTsh*, b. June, 1860. 



728 Descendants of Bamdhof^ Winslow^ K 

8897. 8. Miltoa-Chandler*, b. 13 Apr. 1864. 

889a 6. Sarah', h. 8 Jan. 1811 ; d. Feb. 1816, N.G. 

8899. LORAKA*, [8874] {Bamdba^, Bcumaba^, QiWm^, NaOuuiie?, Kendm\) b. 
17 Feb. 1779, New OloQcester, Me. ; d. 14 Jan. 1801 ; married, 5 Oct. 1800, Sdward* 
Parsons, born in N.G., 8. of Bdward*,of N.G., {Samud\ JSamiul^, Jeffrey^^ ^^ff^rey^t) 
and Abigail (Thoits). The second wife of Edward* Parsons was Lucretia Chase. 
After her death he married Sd, in Brunswick, Me., Jane Eincaid, of that place, dan. 
of Patrick and Mary (Stanwood) of B. She died, bat we know not at what date- 
lie died of consumption in Brunswick, ^le., leaving an only child by his third wife, 
bearing his name. In 1872 this son was residing in Brunswick, Me. For a record 
of ills family see the Memorial of Joffm^ Ptwnons. 

8400. DEBORAH', [8877] (Bamdba$\ Bamaba^, Gilbert, Nathaniol^, Kendm\) 
b. 25 Apr. 1786, New Gloacester, Me.; d. 80 June, 1880; married, 1 Jan. 1811, 
Jonathan TBUE. Now GUmeedot^ Mo. 

Children born in New Gloucester: 

8401. 1. DaBOBAH% b. 22 Dec. 1811; died unmarried, March, 1841, Portland, Me. 

8402. 2. LoRAKA^ b. 4 Oct 1818; d. 8 May, 1859, PortUnd; married there, 11 

Apr. 1848, Charles-Dexter^ Bearce [8864], b. 4 July, 1816, N.G., i. of 
Dexter and Salome* (Chandler) of N. G. He lea. 1871, FifrUand, Mo. 

Children: 

8403. 1. Charles-Greenleaf*, b. 20 Dec 1846. 

8404. 2. Alice-Chandler*, b. 22 Feb. 1851. 

8405. 8. Jonathan-Grbenleap^ b. 7 Mar. 1S16; d. 19 Oct 1867, Portland, and 

was buried in Evergreen Cemetery, Deenng, Ciunberland Co., Me. He 
was married by Rev. F. Beecher, at P., 2 Sept. 1844, to Hannah- Johnson 
Frothingham, b. 17 Aug. 1824, dau. of Stephen and Harriet (Beck) of 
P. She died at P., 18 Not. 1845, and was buried in Evergreen Cemetery, 
at Deering. He was a commission merchant; of the firm, True and 
Frothingham. Fimiland, Me. 

Child: 

8406. fiannah-Johnson*, b. 11 Aug. 1845, Portland; was nuuried there, by 

Bev. Benjamin Bailey, 17 Dec 1868, to Henry-Theophilus Carter, 
b. 4 June, 1845, Westbrook, Cumberland Co., Me., a. of Caleb-Stod- 
dart and Jane- Alice (Churchill) of P. Piuprietor of a brush manu- 
factory. Res. 1874, PorUandf Me. 

Children bom in Portland: 

8407. 1. OlarchChunMI^, b. 18 Dec. 1869. 

8408. 2. PhUip-Greenlec^^ b. 29 Oct 1871. 

8409. 4. Pebsis-Temple', b. 28 Nov. 1819; was married by Rev. J-W. Chickering, 
* Portland, 1 Mar. 1847, to Peletiah Whitney, b. 28 Sept 1819, Madrid, 

Me., a. of Sahnon and Abigail (Bray) of M. 

Res. Madrid and, 1872, FoHiandy Me. 



^ WAitnez/, MarUn, True. 729 

Child: 

8410. Frank-William*, b. 6 Sept 1851, P.; grad. Portland High SchooU 

28 June, 1871 ; in 1872, was studying music, and res. in Port- 
land. 

8411. 5. Sarah-C*., b. 8 Hay, 1822; d. 29 Dec 1889, PortUnd. 

8412. 6. Habbxbt-IT., b. 22 Sept. 1825; d. 26 June, 1887, «' 

8418. REBECCA*, [8878] (Barnabas\ Barnabas*, OUhtH^ ITathaniel^, K€ndm\) 
b. 28 Ai». 1788, New Gloucester, Me. ; d. 11 Feb. 1828, at N.Q., and was buried 
there. She was married, in her native town, 8 Mar. 1814, to William MABTIN, b. 
12 Apr. 1789, Poland, Me., s. of Ezekiel and Mary (SUncUfield) of P. Fanner 
tnd miller. Bes. New Gloucester, Cumberland Co., Me. 

1878, Boat Poland, Androieoggin Cb., Jr«. 
Children bom in New Gloucester: 

8414. 1. Sbth, b. 14 May, 1817. P.O. add. 1874, ITaiih M(maundh, Mi. 

8415. 2. Oabouns-Woodmah, h. 18 Apt. 1815. 

8416. 8. Embunib-Dayis, b. 14 May, 1817. 

8417. 4. Gujcan, b. 18 Mar. 1821. Res. 1874, LatMr Glouce$ter, M%, 

8418. 5. Sbwbll-Nklson, b. 14 June, 1826. P.O. add. 1874, X^pfpet QUmeeater, Me. 

8419. PHILIP*, [8879] (Barnabas^ Bamdba^, Gilbert, Nathaniel^, Kenelm\) b. 
7 Oct. 1790, New Gloucester, Me. ; d. 8 Feb. 1874, at N.G., and was buried there; 
m. 4 Feb. 1818, Bethia Rideout, b. 80 Aug. 1791, dau. of Reuben and Deborah 
(Blanchard) of Pownal, Cumberland Ca, Me. She died 28 Sept 1881, N.G., and 
was buried there. Farmer. M0W OloucmtUt^ Me. 

Children bom in New Gloucester: 

8420. 1. Janb-Richa^D8on\ b. 1 May, 1815; m. by Rev. Samuel Shipley, N.G., 1 

Oct 1841, to Joseph True, b. 2 May, 1818, Freeport, Cumberland Co., 

Me., 1. of William and Eunice ( ) of F. Fanner and ship-carpenter. 

Res. Freefioti^ Me. 

Children bom in Freeport: 

8421. 1. Josephine', b. 10 July, 1844. 

8422. 2. Asaph*, b. 20 Apr. 1848. 
S423. 8. Jane-R*.y b. 9 Dec 1850. 
»424. 4. Harriet-J*., b. 4 June, 1858. 

8425. 2. Babnaba8% b. 16 Jan. 1817; d. 26 Apr. 1866, New Gloucester, and was 

buried there; was married at N.G., by Rufus Sawyer, Esq., 26 Nov. 1842, 
to Martha-S. Bailey, dau. of James- Webster and Hannah (Smith) of N.G. 
He was a carriage manufacturer. Res. New QkuoeaUr^ Me. 

Children bom in New Gloucester: 

8426. 1. .Winfield-Augustus*, b. 9 Not. 1848. 

8427. 2. AUce-Augusta*, b. 9 July, 1850. 

^428. 8. Hartley-Willis*, b. 10 Aug. 1851 ; d. 7 Feb. 1857. 

b429. 4. Shner-EUtworth% b. d July, 1862. 



730 Descendants of PhUip' Window. K 

8480. 3: Peoup', b. 1 Sept. 1818; m. by Rev. Daniel Clark, Windham, Me., J» May, 

1842, to Emily Hawks, b. 15 Jane, 1815, W., dao. of Benjamin and 
Tunsiii (Cobb) of W. Woolen manufacturer. 

Rea. New Gloucester, and, 1874, Gardiner^ Etmubge Oo.^ Ms. 
Children bom in Gardiner: 

8481. 1. Adrianna*, b. 18 Feb. 1844. 

8482. 2. Alfred-Richardson*, b. 26 Not. 1845. 
8488. 8. Arthur*, b. 80 July, 1847; d. 1 Oct. 1848. 

8484. 4. Henrietta*, b. 1 Jan. 1849; d. 2 Nov. 1852. 

8485. 5. Philip-Henry*, b. 8 July, 1852; m. by Rev. Orrin Bartlett, 19 June, 

1878, to Luella-Alvetia Scribner, dau. of Harvey and Susan-Estia 
(Abbott). 

8486. 4. AuitED-RiCHARDSOH^ b. 15 May, 1820; died unmarried, 22 May, 1842, 

Grafton, Mass. 

8487. 5. Aiaioh-K-Pabis*, b. 37 Mar. 1822; died unmarried, 26 Aug. 1846, 

Gardiner, Me. 

8488. 6. Judith-Bradfobd^, b. 24 Feb. 1823; died unmarried, 8 Aug. 1846, 

Gardiner, Me. 

8489. 7. Nathanibl-Ridbout*, b. 9 Mar. 1825; m. by Rev. N-A. Soule, Hallowell, 

Kennebec Co., Me., 2 Deo. 1847, to Emily-Melville Hayes, b. 2 May, 
1827, H., dau. of Wentworth and Olive (Kimball) of H. She died 16 
Nov. 1878, Chelsea, Me., and was buried in Pittston, Me. He was 
representative for the State of Maine, in 1878. Farmer and lumberman. 
Res. Gardiner, Me. ; in 1842 removed to Chelsea, Me., where he was 
living in 1875. 

Children: 
8440. 1. Otis-Alvin«, b. 2 Nov. 1848, HallowelL 

844L %. Emily-Etta*, b. 28 Jan. 1858, Chelsea, Me. ; m. by Albert-A. Rotch, 

Esq., Easton, Mass., 11 Aug. 1874, to Marcellus Dunton, a. of David 
and Lydia (Noyes). 

8442. 8. Axmie-Cora*, b. 21 Jan. 1861, Chelsea. 

8443. 8. HswrnvCHANDLBB^ b. 28 Mar. 1828; m. by Rev. Mr. Loring, Pownal, 

Me., 15 Nov. 1855, to Henrietta True, b. 18 Mar. 1888, at P., dau. of 
William and Slizabeth-A. (Wyman) of Freeport, Me. Paper manufac- 
turer. Res. Gardiner, Me., and, 1874, Bcut Peppereli^ Ma$^ 

Child: 

8444. Nellie*, b. 26 Oct 1861, Gardiner. 

8445. 9. 8bwsll-Pat80h\ b. 10 June, 1880; m. by Rev. Mr. Jackson, at Gardiner, 

28 May, 1854, to Caroline-A. Kuox, b. 15 Sept. 1882, at G., dau. of Levi 
and Dolly (Freer) of G. Farmer and carpenter. 

Res. Gardiner, Mars Hill, and, 1874, JJm, Aroodook Oa.^ ii^ 

Cbildrra: 

8446. 1. Herbert-Willis*, b. 6 Dec. 1860, Gardiner, Me. 

8447. 2. Arthur-Sewell*, b. 15 Feb. 1868, Alars Hill, Aroostook Ca, Ma. 



K Davis, Pratt, Pa/rker, Oriffin. 731 

8i4a S. Linward-Elmer*, b. 27 Oct 1866, Mare Hill, Arooitook Ca, Me. 

8449. SEABURY*, [1596] {QHbert', GUbm^, Ifathaniei^, K0ndm\) b. 1 Mar. 
1744; married . 

Children: 

8450. IIakhah, died nomarried, at Tannouth. 

8451. Mabt, died at Freepoit. 

8452. JsREiOAH, married Wealthy Alden. They had three sona. 

Res. P&rUemdy Me. 

8458. 8AMUEL% [1597] iGUbert', Gilbert^, NathaniaP, Kenslm\) b. 12 June, 1747, 
O.8., North Yarmouth, Me.; d. 8 Aug. 1826, Freeport, Me., and was buried there; 
married, 24 Jan. 1775, Mary Bartolle, who died 27 Not. 1807, at F., and waa buried 
there. He waa a farmer and mechanic. Fteepart^ Me. 

Children bom in Freeport: 

8454. 1. Solomon, [8402] b. 18 Nor. 1776; married . 

8455. 3. Gkokgb, [8466] b. 24 Jan. 1779; married . 

8456. 8. Patience, [8472] b. 14 May, 1781; married Samuel Davii. 

8457. 4. Hannah, [8500] b. 11 Mar. 1783; d. 4 Sept 1862; m. Timothy Pratt. 

8458. 5. Samuel, [8521] b. 3 Feb. 1785; married . 

8459. 6. Allen, b. 29 July, 1787; ^* went to New York years ago"; according to 
another account, *' went to sea and was never heard from/* 

8460. 7. Amos, [8523] b. 11 Sept. 1791 ; d. 6 Jan. 1855 ; m. Ruhama Churchill. 

8461. 8. WiLLLAM, b. 3 May, 17 — ; died in Dartmoor prison, in the war of 1812. 

8462. SOLOMON*, [8454] (Samuel^, GUberf, QHJber^, Nathanv^, Kendm\) b. 18 
Not. 1776, Freeport, Me. ; married . His descendants reside at Paris Cape, Me. 

Children: 
8468. Mabt-Jake, married Parker. Res. 1875, Tafmouthy Me, 

8464. Mm AND A, married Grifflxi, and is now deceased. 

8465. Jaibus, is not liying. He married Dunning. 

8466. G£ORG£«, [8456] {Samuel^ Oiihert^, Gilbert^ Nathaniel^, Kendm\) b. 24 
Jul 1779 ; married . 

Children: 
8467. Levi, ** went away and was never heard from.** 
. 8468. Geouge, married Abigail Winslow, dan. of Asa. The other children of 
Asa were Sarah, Benjamin, Mary, Asa-P-C, and the following who arc 
now deceased : Lydio, Adoniram-Judson, Adouiram (who waa killed in 
the late war) Gilbert and Edward. 

8469. Sajcuxl, married and had one son. Res. 1875, Freepcrty Me, 

8470. Phebb, is deceased. 

8471. Bbuben, married • Bea. Farmington, Me., and, 1875, Kingfidd, Me, 



732 DeaoendanU qf Sam%ul* Window. ^ 

8472. PATIBNCB*, [845«] (fiamiusl^, GUbert', Oilber^, IfathankP, Kendm\) h. 
14 Maj, 1781, Freeport, Me. ; married Samuel DAVIS, s. of John and Sarah (Cutter). 
Mrs. Nicholas Grant, of Yarmouth, Me., is a descendant of Patience*. Fr^epmij ifd. 

ChUd: 
8478. Sasa^, b. 27 Sept 1808, Freeport; married there, 27 Sept. 1827, John 
Beabiiryy b. 24 Oct. 1802, Yarmoathi Me., a. of John and Lucy (Grant) 
of Y. Mechanic. Res. 1874, Tamundh^ M$. 

C9iil&ien: 
8474* 1. Samuel-Davii^, b. 6 Aug. 1828, Y.; married there, Not. 1861, 

Eunice Dilliogham, b. 26 Feb. 1882, Freeport, dau. of Sewell and 
Hannah (Fogg) of F. Mechanic. Res. 1875, TarwktnOk^ ITs. 

Cfhild: 
8478. Oharlm-Alphew^, b. 6 Mar. 1857, Y. 

8478. 8. Julia-Helen*, b. 14 Jan. 1880, Y. ; died there, 28 June, 1849y married 

there, 28 Jan. 1848, Hosea-Hsley Chase, bom in 1815, N. Yarmouth, 

s. of Thomas, of Y. 

Child: 

8477. mim-Ihle!^, b. 5 Mar. 1849, Y. 

8478. 8. William*, b. 11 Jan. 1832, Garjand, Penobscot Co., Me. ; m. Yannouth, 

19 Aug. 1856, Sarah-Fostina Mitchell, dau. of Benjamin and Hannah 
(WiUard) of Chebeague Island, Me. Mechanic 

Res. 1875, Chebeague Idomd, OumSbetkmd Ca.^ Me. 

Children: 

8479. I. Mary-AdeMd^^ b. 25 Mar. 1857, Yarmouth, Ma. 

8480. 2. BmO^CIatoUnf, b. 22 Mar. 1859, «« 

8481. 8. BenjaminrMUehdl^y b. 17 June, 1862, «« 

8482. 4. Edgar-Wmf, b. 4May, 1865, «« 

8483. 6. Maud-BteLyn^y b. 5 Apr. 1869, Chebeague Island. 

8484. 6. Johii^Frankiin\ b. 22 Oct. 1871, «' 

8485. 4. Sarah-Elizabeth*, b. 7 Dec 1834, G. ; m. Abington, Masa, 1 Nor. 

1859, Nathaniel-Clift Bogera, b. 18 May, 1833, Marehfield, Maas., 
a. of Rowland and Philinda (Clift) of M. He died 1 Mar. 1875, 
Ablngton. Merchant Rea. AbmnfUm^ Mate. 

Children bom in North Weymouth: 
8488. 1. WUUiu^, b. 80 Aug. 1860. 

8487. 2. mien-Cliff^, b. 15 Aug. 1864. 

8488. 8. Parhm*, b. 9. Apr. 1866. 

8489. 8. John-Smith*, b. 11 Dec 1836, G. ; m. Yarmouth, 5 Jan. 1868, XUen- 

Jane Yeaton, b. 30 Nor. 1838? Richmond, Me., dau. of John end 
Anaa-BarlMira (Orflf) of Augusta, Me. Mechanic 

Res. 1875, Tamtmth, Me. 



^ li'eneh, Pratt, Richa/rdson. 788 

Child: 

8490. G0rtf%M, b. 17 Mar. 1867, Y. 

%m. 0. Frank*, b. 14 Oct 1888, G.; married in Y., 1 Jan. 186$, Priwdlla- 

Hyde Coffin, b. Aug. 1884, dan. of Simeon and Joanna (Bdgecomb) 
of Freeport, Me. Mechania Rei. 1875, Tarmo^ Mk 

Children: 
8498. 1. WaUer-Eoutard^, b. 8 Oct 1866. 

8493. 2. Edna.Francee, b. 24 June, 1870. 

8494. 7. Patience*, b. 24 Oct 1840, Yarmouth; died there, 28 June, 1841. 

8495. 8. Ammi-Davis*, b. 27 Jane. 1842, Yarmouth ; married there, 15 June, 

1865, Mary Mason, b. 8 Jan. 1841, Y., dan. of Jonathan and Lydia 
(Re^) of Y. Painter. Rea. 1876, Tarmoulh^ Ml 

Children bom in Yarmonth: 

8496. 1. Mary-Alie^, b. 23 May, 1866. 

8497. 2. misn^Daoif^ b. 20 Apr. 186a 

8498. 8. lAwy-Gran^, b. 21 Oct 1878. 

8492. 9. Alice*, b. 18 Jane, 1848, Yarmonth; m. East Weymouth, Mass., 4 Jan. 

1874, BelarPratt French, b. 4 Apr. 1846, E. W., s. of Bela and Lucy 
(Loyell) of E.W. Merchant Res. 1875, Ea$t Weymouth, M<m. 

8500. HANNAH*, [8457] (8amud\ OUbert^, QUber^, Kathanie^, Kenelm\) b. 11 
Mar. 1788, Freeport, Cumberland Co., Me.; d. 4 Sept 1862, Concord, Mass., and 
was buried in Sudbury, Mass. ; married Timothy Pratt, b. 27 July, 1780, a. of David 
snd Rebecca (Chandler) of North Yarmouth, Me. He died 17 Feb. 1865, Concord, 
and was buried in Sudbury. Farmer. [Hannah Humphrey of Bangor, Me., and Mary 
Rickerson of South Acton, Me., are among her d^cendants.] 

Res. Canton, Me., Jay, Franklin Co., Me., and dmwrd^ Mom, 

Children: 

8501. ABTHtm*. 

8502. Da»ikl\ 
8508. Aimis^. 

8504. HAOTlAH-WmBLOW*. 

8505. Mabt-Fittb\ was married by Hewer Dow, at Canton, 28 May, 1889. to 

Jesse-Cooledge Richardson, b. 26 Mar. 1816, Jay, Ue. 

Res. 1874, Oaneard, Middleteig Oo., Jfajts. 
Children: 

Emma- Jane*, b. 25 Apr. 1840, Jay. 

Darius-Osman*, b. 1 Aug. 1842, *' 

Willard-Sherman*, b. 24 Aug. 1844, Jay. 

Deborah-Meggs*, b. 24 Dec. 1846, ** ; probably died young. 

Deborah-Pratt*, b. 8 Feb. 1848, " 

Willard-Laforest*, b. 2 Aug. 1849, *' 

Mary-Hannah*, b. 12 Jan. 1851, '' Res. 1874, Concord^ Man. 

Norman-Hudson*, b. 20 Jane, 1852, ** 



8506. 


1. 


8507. 


2. 


8508. 


8. 


8509. 


4* 


8510. 


5. 


8511. 


6. 


8512. 


7. 


8518. 


a 



784 DeacendanU of Samud^ WinsUyvo. ^ 

8514. 9. Lucy-Chase", b. 2 Sept. 1858, Concord, Mass. 

8516. 10. Annette-Lincoln", b. 19 Oct 1864, *• 
8616. 11. Jesse-Stone*, b. 11 Apr. 1866, *♦ 

8517. 12. Hattie-Winslow", b. 10 Aug. 1867, ** 

8518. 18. Ellen-Groer", b. 10 Apr. 1859, ** 

sew. Timothy-Wainwriqht'. 
8620. Abtson-Enight^. 

8621. SAMUEL*, [8468] (acmud\ Gilbert', Qi[beH\ Nathanul^, Kenelm\) b, 3 
Feb. 1786, Freeport, Me. ; married . 

Child: 
8522. Fbahklzn^Sawter, married Prudence Seabury. Res. 1876, Partlandf Me. 

8628. AMOS', [8460] {8amud\ QxXhert^ QilheH\ Nathaniel, Eendm\) b. 11 
Sept. 1791, Freeport, Me. ; d. 6 Jan. 1855, BuckficLd, Oxford Co., Me., and was 
buried there; married inB., 11 Sept. 1818, Ruhama Churchill, b. 1 Feb. 1794, at 6., 
dau. of Jabez and Maria (Benson) of B. Tanner, farmer, and ship-builder. Li 1813 
he removed from Freeport to Buckfield, Me., where, in 1872, his widow was 
residing. 

Children : 

8624. 1. Solomon^ b. 21 Aug. 1819; is a mechanic, and unmarried. 

Res. Buckfield, and, 1874, South Parii, Me. 

8625. 2. HuBAM^ b. 12 Mar. 1822; d. 26 Jan. 1853, Ann Arbor, Mich., and was 

buried there. He married in A. A., 1 Jan. 1849, Elmira-Eliza Colburn, 

b. 18 Oct 1824, dau. of Jephtha and Mercy ( )• Farmer. 

Ann Arbor, Mich. 

Children born in Ann Arbor: 
8526. 1. George-Henry', b. 10 Mar. 1851. • Res. 1872, Ann Arbor, Mich. 

tt527. 2. Amos-Huram*, b. 8 Feb. 1858. 

8528. 8. Stbphen', b. 19 Auoj. 1824. Res. 1874, Bubhfidd, Me, 

8629. 4. Mabia^ b. 22 Dec. 1826; was married by Joan Dcnnet, Esq., Paris, Me., 

16 Nov. 1847, to Kathaniel-Greenleaf Biimpus, s. of Nathaniel 

Res. 1874, S^uth Paris, Ojford Co.^ Me. 

Children: 

8630. 1. Augusta", b. 26 Mar. 1860, Paris. 

8531. 2. Frank-Herbert", b. 20 Oct. 1852, Buckfield. 

8532. 3. Adelaide*, b. 20 May, 1856, 

8533. 4. Nellie-Olindia', b. 4 Dec. 1861, ** 

8634. 6. Marinda% b. 17 Aug. 1829; d. 14 Sept. 1850, Dcdham, Mass., and was 
buried there ; m. Buckfield, 17 Sept. 1848, William-A. Gk>bum, b. 23 
July, 1825, atD., s. of Charles and Hannah (Allen) of D. He died 23 
May, 1852, Dedham, and was buried there. He was a machinbt. 

Res. Winchester, Middlesex Co.« Mass., and Dedham, Mim. 



K Cli/% Keith. 785 

Child: 
B685. Charles-William*, b. 8 Jane, 1850, Winchester, Ma«. ; m. Dedham, 

by 2rL. Mudge, 21 Oct 1878, to Emma-A. Ck>ogiii8, b. 9 Feb. 
1858, Oxford, Me., dau. of Samuel and Eliza (Luryey) of D. Car- 
penter. Res. Boston, Dedham, and, 1874^ EcuA Dedham^ Mem. 

8588. 8. George-Clinton', b. 12 July, 1832; was married by John Dennet, Esq., 
Paris, Me., 28 Apr. 1861, to Lydia Lamrock, dau. of John and Letitia 
(Henderson). Res. 1874, Jfmoay^ Mi, 

Child: 

8587. Edward-Clinton*, b. 29 Nor. 1882, Paris, Me. 

8588. 7. A>io8-EsNDALL% b. 28 July, 1884; was married by Jairos Harlow, Esq., 

Buckfield, Me., 20 Mar. 1857, to Melissa Jordan, dau. of Isaac and 
Louisa (Monk) of B. Ret. 1874, Buelfifldd^ Mk 

Children bom in B. : 

8539. 1. lilia*, b. 28 SepL 1857. 

8540. 8. Marinda", b. 14 Mar. 1859. 

8541. 8. Lorena", b. 2 Jan. 1865. 

8542. GILBERT", [1600] {Gilbai^, GiJber^, NathmU^, JZjm^iS) k 6 June, 1768| 
died at sea; married . He was a sea-captaiol 

Children: 
8548. Fanmt, died unmarried, in Boston, Maai. 
8544. Phebb, died unmarried, in Yarmouth, Me. 

8545. DEBORAH*, [1603] (AnM/wy* GUber^, ydthanieP, Kendm\) died before 
1770, at which date **her father came to East Bridgewater, with her three children." 
Hist, of BridgewateTy p. 187. 8he married Nathaniel OUFT, of Marshfield, Jdass., 
who died about 1768. 

Children: 
R546. 1. Deborah, [8549] d. 1777, aged 29; m. George Keith. 

8547. 2. Nathaniel, died in 1778, aged 22 years. 

8548. 8. Anthokt-Winslow, [8554] married, 1777, Bethiah On. 

8549. DEBORAH*, [8546] [DAorah* {Winslow) Clift, Antfumy^, Gilbert, Na- 
ikaniaP^ Kenelm\) died in 1777, aged 29; married, 1768, George* KEITH, bom in 
1742» East Bridgewater, Mass., s. of Joseph* (Joieph\ Jame^^ a Scotchman, and the first 
minister of Bridgewater; was ordained, Feb. 1664. He came from Scotland in 1662 
when about eighteen years of age, having been educated at Aberdeen). [Joseph 
married Susannah Field in 1721, and lived near Easton; settled in E. Bridgewater 
about 1781. He afterwards married, 1768, Keziah (Perry) Bailey, widow of Capt. 
Israel Bailey. She died in 1796, aged 90. He died in 1777, aged 78. j5uC. ^ 
BridgewaUr\. Geoige^ married 2d, in 1780, Elizabeth Ford. He died In 1819, 
iged77. 

u 



736 DescmdmUa of Deborah' ( Window) CUfL ^ 

Child: 

8550. Georob^ bora in 1760; died in BostODy Mais. ) Burried • 

lies. Boilonf Msm, 

Children: 

8551. 1. Stephen*. 
8553. 9. Nathaniel*. 
8668. 8. George*. 

8554. ANTHONY- WINSLOW*, [8648] (Ddforah* (Winslow) Olift, AiMonif*, 
Gilberts, Nathaniel}^ Kenelm\) married in 1777, Bethiah Orr, bora in 1757, East 
Bridgewater, Mass., dan. of Hon. Hu£^ and Mary (Bass) of E. Br. Hon. Hogh (s. 
of Robert Orr, of Loohwinloch, shire of Renfrew, Scotland,) was bora 2 Jan. 1715, 
O.S., Mar's year, Hansel Monday, and came to America 7 Jane, 1740, settling in E. 
Br. — iSs<. of BridgmcOer. 

Children : 

8555. Nathaniel*, died before 1818; married in 1799, Abigail* Byram, bom in 

1775, Bridgewater, Mass., dan. of Josiah* (JeiMe*, Nieholcu^^ Gapt. NichoUu^^ 
MelioUu^) and Sarah (Hall) of B. She manied 2d, in 1818, Job Turn- 
er, of Pembroke, Mass* 

Children: 

8556. Angier-Byram*, died early. 

8557. Belus*. 

[Two daughters also, but we have not their names]. 

8558. MAROA1lBT^ (eldest daughter) married in 1804, Dea. Samuel Seen, s. of 

Lemuel, of Pembroke, afterward of E. Bridgewater, Mass. 

Children: 

8559. Samuel*, married Rhoda Churchill, dau. of Eleazar and Lucy (Otis) 

of W. Bridgewater. 

8560. Margaret*, married Isaac Nutter. 

8561. Sarah-Jaue*, married Arrin Holbrook. 

8562. Lusanna*. 

8563. • Harriet*. 

8564. Mary*. 

8566. Bethiah-Orb\ died in 1886; married, 1813, Charles* Mitcliell, her 

cousin, born in 1788, s. of Cushing* of E. Bridgewater, (Col, EdwartP^ 
Enmgn EdwanP, JSxperienct^^) and Jennet (Orr), dau. of Hon. Hugh Oir, 
ofE.Br. [See 8554]. 

Children: 
8568. Hannah*, died in 1884, aged 18 years. 

8567. Asa*. 

8568. Charles-Cushing*. 

8589. Lusanna- WiN8LOw\ married, 1*818, Thomas* Wkitnum, bom ia 1790, & 
of Thomas*, of S. Br., aft of Tamworth, N.H., {OapL Smecm^ Dm. 



K Whitman^ Keith^ Thomas^ Faxor^ llobart^ Rai^. 787 

Tkoma%*^ ITichoM^ Thoma^^ John\ of Weymouth), [Thomas* married in 
1781, Lydta Sherman, dao. of Anthony and Silence (Ford) of Roclu'^ter, 
afterward of E. Br. He died in 1832, E. Br., aged 42. She married 
2d, as 2d wife, in 1889, Joseph* Chamberlin, bom in 1792, s. of Joseph* 
of Br., (yathanieP, N<dhanid\ Froodom\ TTwi*., Henry*, Henry\ Henry\ 
^WfngKamiy Mass,, 1638). Joseph' married in 1784, Sarah Bass, bom in 
1761, dao. of Capt Jonathan and Snsann^ (Byram) of Br.] 

Children: 
$570. Alice*. 

8571. Simeon*, died young. 

8578. PHn>BLiCA% married in 1815, Qeorge* Keith, bom in 1790, s. of Eleazar* 
of Br., (Joseph*, Joseph^ James^, first minister of Br,) and Elizabeth* 
(Mitchell) {Ool. BdwartP^ Snsiffn Edward}^ EbBperiene^)^Bist. of Bridge- 
wUer). 

8578. PRISCILLA*, [16031 (AnOumy*, QHh&r^, Nathaniel^, Kendm\) dieil in 
1807, aged 70; married James THOMAS, of Marshfield, Mass. He was in the army 
with Gen. Winslow, at Annapolis Royal, and there died. Mr. Winslow, his father- 
in-law, settled in East Bridgewater about 1770, bringing with him this widowed 
daughter and the following children: 

8574. 1. Jambs, [8578] died in 1828, aged 72; married Mary Holbrook. 

8575. 2. Winslow, [8579] b. 28 Aug. 1757, Marshfield; died 1828, aged 71; m. 

Polly Cole. 

8576. 8. Pbiscilla, [8589] married in 1783, Samuel Faxon. 

8577. 4. Dbborah-Winslow, [8593] died in 1834; m. Noah Hobart 

8578. JAMES*, [8574] {PrisciUa* ( Window) Thomas, Anthony^, Gilbert, NathanieP^ 
KenJm\) died, in 1828, aged 72; married in 1810, Mary Holbrook, who died in 

1836, aged 81, She was dau. of and Sarah (Pierce). and gr. dau. of Elisha 

PieroSi of Scituate, Mass., who married Sarah Edson, dau. of Captain Josiah. Ha 
grad. Harvard University in 1778; was an agriculturist and school-master; was also 
a magistrate, and representative of the town of Bridgewater in 1790. 8.p. 

Bridgewater, Mass 

8579. WINSLOW*, [8575] (iVi««ito*(TriwZ(w)Thomaa,^nt*<my«, Oilbert*, M- 
thani^, Kendn^,) b. 28 Aug. 1757, Marshfield; died in 1828, aged 71; m. 25 Nov. 
1790, Polly Cole, of Middleborough, b. 1 Fob. 1767, dau. of Edward. 

Children : 

8580. 1. Nathan% b. 11 Mar. 1798; d. 5 Nov. 1810, aged 18 years. 

8581. 2. MABY-WmsLOW', b. 29- Jan. 1798; m. 27 Dec. 1819, Dea. William' Har- 

ris, b. 22 Feb. 1794, Charlestown, Mass.; d. 4 Aug. 1852, E. Bridge- 
water, and was there buried. He was son of Dea. William* {Benjamifi*, 
Arthuj^, Imat^, haa^^ Arthur^,) and Alice (MitchellX dao. of Cushing 
Mitchell, <^ Bridgewater. Farmer; town-clerk twenty-five years; town 



738 DesoendanU of PrisciUa' {Winslow) T/umas. K 

treasurer; representative two yean. — But. of BridgewaUr. She mar- 
ried 2d, £. Br., d5 Dec. 1878, Robert Orr. Res. BaU BridgeioaUt^ Mast. 

Children bom in E. Bridgewater: 

8582. 1. Benjamin-Winslow*, b. 10 Nor. 1828 ; was married by Rev. Na- 

thaniel Frothingbam, Boston, Mass., 4 Jane, 1850, to Jalia-Ann 
Orr, b. 7 Mar. 1828, B., dau. of Robert and Melinda (Wilbur) of B. 
Lawyer; state senator, 1857; town representative, 1858 ; district 
attorney from July, 1858 U> July, 1866 ; collector of internal 
revenue from June, 1866 to Mar. 1878 ; member of congress since 4 
Mar. 1878. Res. Dorchester, and, 1875, JSast BridgewaUt^ M<m. 

Children: 

8688. 1. Mary 'Melinda*^ b. 10 Feb. 1852, Boston. 

8584. 2. Rdbert-On*, b. 8 Nov. 1854, ** 

8585. 8. AUee-MUeheW, b. 5 6ec 1856, E. Br. 

8586. 4. Oeorge- Win$l<no\ b. 18 July, 1860, E. Br. ; died there, 24 Not. 

1861. 

8587. 2. Lucia*, b. 81 Mar. 1881 ; in 1875 was unmarried. 

8588. 8. William-Thomas*, b. 20 Dec. 1838; ** 

8589. PRISCILLA*[8576] (PriaciOa* {Window) Thomas, Anthmy^, Oilberi^, iVo- 
thaniet^y Kenelm\) married in 1788, Samuel FAXON, a. of Elisha, from Braintree, 
Mass., who settled in East Bridgewater, Mass., but afterwards removed to Rhode 
Island. 

Children: 

8590. Charlbs. 

8591. Luther. 

8592. Prisciluu 

[There were other children, also grandchildren, but we have not their 
names]. 

8598. DEBORAH- WL^SLOW*, [8577] {PriseiUa* {Wmthw) Thomaa, Anthanj/*, 
QUbert\ NaihanieP^ Kendm\) died 8 Doc. 1884, Foxborough, Mass., aged 67; mar- 
ried, 1789, Noah* HOBABT, a. of Col. Aaron* (/jooe*, Aaron*, Thamas\ Edhiund\) 
and Elizabeth (Pillsbury) of Abington, Mass.— ifiit. ^ Bridgewater. He died 24 
Jan. 1856. Foxborough, Man. 

Children: 

8594. Jambs-T. 

8595. Nathanibi^ was loet in the steamboat Lexington in 1840. 

8596. Aaron. Bet. 1875, Boiton, Mam, 

8597. Albert. 

8598. Dbboraji. 

8599. Jakb. 



^ Joanna^ (WtMlaio) BiOoh. 789 

8600. J0A:NNA», [1607] (/oft*, flffl6«i», iTot^anlrf*, JTim*^",) b. 18 Mar. 1755, 
Marehfield, Mass.; died there, 23 Sept 1840; married there, 27 Feb. 1787, Dea. 
Charles* HATCH, b. 18 Jan. 1765, Scitaate, Mass., s. of Benjamin* and Mercy 
(PhilUps) of S. He died 13 Oct. 1828, at Marshfield. Lived at "Two Mile," a 
strip of land two miles in length, lying on the North ^iver. It was set off to Scitu- 
at« abont 1700, but was restored to Marshfield aboct 1792, and was therefore at the 
time of the birth and marriage of Dea. Hatch a part of Scituate. He removed, after 
the latter event, to the easterly part of Marshfield, where he remded until his death. 

1. *WTLTJA1I> HATCH, merobant, about 1685 brougbt from Sandwiob In Kent, in tbe BeraOes^ 
John Witherby. Master, his wife Jane, fire children and six aerranta, aa is shown in the Hitiory of 
Scmdwich^ Enffland, He settled in the town of Scituate, Mass., and was the .first ruling elder of the 
second church, founded there about 1648. He died 6 Nov. 1661, In that town. For his will see 
Bittcry of Scituate. His widow married in 1668, Elder Thomas King* who was chosen to succeed 
Elder Hatch in the second church. She died soon after her second marriage. For descendants of 
the daughters of WUliam> Hatch see 8avaffe*9 Gfeik Dictionary. 

Children born in England; 

& AxN, ra. 2 Not. 1648, Liaot. James Torreyi of Scituate, where ha JUlsd the ofBoe oC town 

clerk. •{• 

H Hanicab, m. 6 Dec 1648, Samuel Utleyy of S. -|> 

4L WAijnB, [9] m. 6 May, 1660, Elisabeth Holbrook. 

6b WiLLiiii, \jir] m. 18 May, 1668, Susanna Annable. 

6. Javx, married John Lovell* of Weymouth, f 

7. Jbbxmiab, [47] m. 1667; Mary Hewaa. 

fll AUOB. 

9, WALTERS, [4] (mm of Elder Win^, HatOh«) bore arms tn 1648, when be must baya been oTer 
sixteen years of age. He married, 6 May, 1660, Elisabeth Holbrook, dau. of Thomaa>, of Weymouth* 
and Experience* (LeIandX who was dau. of Hopestill' Leland. He took a second wife, 6 Aug. 1074, 
Savage^s Gen» DieUomarif. He settled in Scituate, **Two MUe,** on a point of land north-east of 
Stoney Coye, and aoutb-east of the second sodety^s meetlng>lioiisa. His desoaadaats are in Marsh- 
field and SoitOAte.'^mtLtfaoiimaU, 

Children: 
la IUNiUB,b.ttMar.l6Bt. 
11. SAicoKL,b.0 Dec 16511 
n jA]ri,b.7Mar.l681 

13. AsnPAS, b. 1668L 

14. ISRABU 

16. J08KPH. 

16. BsTRiA, b. 81 Mar; 186L 

17. JoH2i,[l8]b.8Jaly,tt64;iB.80I>ee.l606,MaryFoel«i; 

1& JOHN«. [17] (IFaltevMniUamiOb. 8 July, 1664; BMcrled. 80 Dea 1608, Mary Foster. 

9m,**TwoMa4t**3oUuate,MM». 
Chfld: 
19. JoRir, IdO] b. 90 Oct. 1607: n. Grace Stetson. 

9a JOHN«, [iq (JoAM, WaUm; WUUam^) b. 90 Oct. 1097; married, 96 Mar. 1719, 6raoe Steteon. 

Bea. *' Two Mile,'* 8oUtkUe,Ma$8. 
Ohildren: 
«L BnuLumi*, b. 98 Jone, 1781; married, 96 June, 1740, Mercy Phillips, b. 4 Aug; 179^ dan. of 
Joseph and Meroy (Bamea). Bb^ '' Two MO^** ScUwUt^ Ma$^ 

Children: 
99L t Molly*, b. 97 Jan. 1749; d. 90 July, 1897; m. 19 Jan. 1764, Joseph Ciift. 

98. 9. Mercy*, b. 7 Mar. 1744; d. 6 Mar. 1781; m. 10 Not. 1768, Samuel Tiiden. 



740 JDescendanta of Joanna^ (Window) RatoK K 

Chfldren bom in Martbficlct: 

8601. 1. Elizabeth, b. 28 Not. 1787; m. 12 Apr. 1827, Jeremiah Beals. 

Res. 1870, North BridgmoaUr, Mau. 

8602. 2. Mebct, [8608] b. 14 Aug. 1789; d. 25 July, 1842; m. Capt Azel Ames. 
8608. 8. JoB-WiNSLOw, b. 10 Aug. 1791; died unmarried, 5 Apr. 1825, Marshfield. 

8604. 4. Chakles, [8635] b. 15 Not. 1793; d. 16 Feb. 1870; m. Mary Ames. 

8605. 5. Gilbert, b. 8 Apr. 1796; d. 18 Aug. 1797, at Marshfield. 

8606. 6. Joanna, b. 28 June, 1798; d. 80 Sept 1799, »* 

8607. 7. Luther, [8658] b. 6 July, 1800; m. AbigaU-Peterson Phillips. 

24. & John*, b. 9 Deo. 1745; d. 12 Mar. 1819; m. Deborah Oakman. 

25. 4. Grace*, b. 26 Mar. 1748; d. 28 July, 1824; m. Samuel Tiiden. 
28. 0. Benjamin*, b. 28 Feb. 1760; d. 80 Feb. ITSa 

27. 6. Benjamin*, b. 1 Mar. 1751; d. 9 Sept. 1821; m. 18 Jan. 1785, Sarah Wales. 

28. 7. Antbonj-Eames*, b. 18 Apr. 1758; d. 11 Sept. 1842; m. 28 Feb. 1782. Bethia Rogers. 

29. a Charles*, b. 18 Jan. 1765; d. 18 Oct 1828; m. 27 Feb. 1787, Joanna* Winalow [8600L 

80. 9 Daughter*, b. 8 Apr. 1707; d. 8 Apr. 1757. 

81. 10. Oelia*, b. 16 Apr. 1758; d. 21 Mar. 1796. 

83. 11. Agatha*, b 14 June, 1762; d. 4 Deo. 1857; m. 16 Aug. 1781, Thomas Rogers. 

83. 12. Deborah*, b. 10 May, 1766; d. 6 Apr. 1809: m. Joshua Ford. 

84. 18. lohabod*, b. 8 May, 1767; d. 17 July, 1845; m. 9 Deo. 1794, Bebtooa Uogua, 

85. Gbaos*. 

86. MiLBT*. 

87. WILLIAM*, [6] {tonof Elder Wm\ HatOh,) married, 18 May, 1852, Susanna Annable, Oao. o( 

Anthony and Jane( ) of Plymouth, Mass. He lired on the homestead at Soituate; remored to 

Swansey, wharo he was liTing in 1690; and Uv poffterity may bo found in thai Tiotnity.--JKf<; itf 
Scituate. 

Children: 

88. t Lydia*, b. 28 Apr. 1658; died aged four days. 

89. 2. Ltdia», b. 7 Jan. 1655; married, in 1678. John BarstOW, of Soituate. A considerable iraot 

of land was laid out to him west of the south meeting-house common, extending to Jordan 
lane. His house was fifty rods south of the present road, and was afterward ownad by * 
John Buggies, and stood upon land belonging, in 1881, to Pickles Gushing. 

Children: 
4a 1. Job«,b. SMar.lOTa. 

41. 2. Jeremiah*, b. 28 Aug. 1682. 

42L 8. John*, b. 16 Feb. 1681 

48. 4. Jerusha*, b. 21 Not. 1687; died soon. 
44. 6. Susanna*, b. 6 May, 1689. 

46. 6. AbigaU*, b. 8 Mar. 1692. 

4A. 7. Lydia*, b. 2^ Mar. 1696. 

47 JEREMIAH., PI (son o/^ WmK Hatch,) msrrted Mary Hewes, dso. of John, -the 
Welshman," and had fourteen children bom from 1658 to 16T8. He settled near his brotherWal^ 
with whom he was engaged In ship-buUding many years. He was surreyor, selectman and ra^ 
sentative 1676, ♦6, '9, and '80. Some of his descendants Uts in Vermont. " Two MOt,'' SciiuaU, Mau. 

Children: 
4a jERmiB, who ^ suooeeded his father in his residenoe and oallina,** 

49. John. 
60. 



61. Joaipo. 
6flL Tbokas. 
61 jAias,b.4May,m4 

Crhenamasof thedaughtersawnol ni«itlon6dlnthsfl2itonro/flW««nfr, Crem wli!ohm»Mi 
«f onrlnldrmation hasbaoi obtained.] «^«w, crem wnfohmiMih 



K Aims, KimiaU. 741 

8e08. MERCY», [8608] (Joaima^ (WintUHti) Hatch, M^, GUberl^, Nathaniel?, 
KokOm^} b. 14 Ang. 1789, Marshfleld, Mast. ; died there, 25 July, 1842; married in 
her natiTe town, 14 Nov. 1811, Capt. Azel* AXES, of M., b. 7 Sept. 1783, North 
Bridgewater, Mass., s. of Job*, of N. Br., (Dmid*, John\ John\ William}, of Brain- 
Irat,) and Mary pyke), dan. of Samuel, of N. Br.- He died 8 Mar. 1842, at Marsh- 
field* See Hiit. of Bridgewater fo/t the Ames family. Manhfidd, Man, 

Children: 

8609. 1. Dka. Azkl^ b. 4 Jan. 1813, Marshfield; m. Boston, Mass., 12 June, 1837, 

Louisa Lnfkin, b. 5 Apr. 1807, Chester, N.H., dau. of Humphrey and 
Lois (March) of a Res. 1870, Ohdeea, Mau, 

Children: 

8610. 1. Azel-Winslow*, b. 6 July, 1888, Marshfield; d« 12 Jan. 1842, Boston, 

Mass. 

8611. 2. Isabella-Louise', b. 2 July, 1841, Chelsea; married there, 24 Apr. 

1861, Dea. Albert-Laburton Kimball, of Bradford, Mass., bom in 
that town, 15 Sept. 1837, s. of Albert and Elizabeth (Day) of B. 
He has been a shoe manufacturer at Haverhill, Mass. 

Res. 1871, Bradford, Man. 

Children bom in Bradford: 

8613. 1. CharU^Amet^, b. 24 June, 1864; d. 17 Sept 1865» B. 

8613. 2. I Mara-JeaneM, b. 16 Oct. 1868. 

8614. 8. < Oeorge-Edmmd?, b. 16 Oct. 1868. 

8615. 4. Herbert -Windau^ J b. 22 Jan. 1871. 

8616. 8. Azel», M.D., b. 16 Aug. 1845, Chelsea; m. Marshfield, 10 Oct 1866, 

Sarah-Deering-Thomas Ames, b. 18 Nov. 1843, M., dau. of Dea. 
Elijah and Sarah-Ann (Thomas) of M. Surgeon and physician, also 
genealogist and historian ; has been engaged, for several years, on 
the annals of Marshfield. He is the author of **A Plea for the 
Working Girl,'' a conscientious, able, and philanthropic work. 

Res. 1871, Wahffield, Mam. 

8617. 2. Job\ b. 28 June, 1815, Marshfield; m. Boston, Mass., 7 Aug. 1845, Mary 

Clark, b. 8 June, 1819, Lyme, N.H., dau. of Jonas and Dolly (Hunt) of 
L. Ba has retired from business. Res. 1870, OheUea, Maee, 

Children: 

8618. L Job-Winslow*, b. 20 Nov. 1846, Boston. 

8619. 2. Charles-Francis*, b. 20 July, 1848, Chelsea. 

8620. 8. Marietta-Clark", b. 28 Apr. 1862, •* 

8621. 4. Frederic-Carlton*, b. 6 Sept. 1854, '* 

8622. 8. Mebct-HatchV b. 14 Apr. 1818, Marshfield; died there, 1 Dec 1828. 

8623. 4. JoANSA-WiHSLOW^ b. 3 May, 1821, M.; died there, 11 Oct 1822. 

8624. 5. Elizabbth\ b. 8 May, 1823; was unmarried in 1871, and resided with 

her sister, Mra. blckinsoiL 



742 Descendants of Jowrmcf ( Wlndcyw^ Haidh. ^ 

8625. 6. Lois*, b. 2 Oct 1825, Manhfield; married there, as 2d wife, 5 Nor. 1851, 

Key. Erastns Dickinson, b. 1 Apr. 1807, Plainfield, Mass., s. of Ebeneser 
and Elizabeth (Yining) of P. He graduated from Amherst College in 
Aug. 1882, and entered the ministry 25 Se^it 1885; has been pastor of a 
church in Canton, Mass., in Chaplin and Colchester, Conn., and in Sud- 
bury, Mass. He represented the towns of Sudbury, Stow, and Wayland 
in the General Court of Massachusetts, in the year 1864. [By a former 
marriage he had a daughter, Ellen-Maria Dickinson, now deceased, who 
was married, 7 Aug. 1857, to Rev. William-Hayfes Ward, on the editorial 
staff of the Independent in 1876, s. of Rev. James and Hetta (Hayes) of 
Abington, Mass. She had one son, Herbert-Dickinson, b. 80 June, 1861, 
Waltham, Mass. In 1873 he was at Lausanne, Switzerland, acquiring an 
education*] Res. 1870, JBricbUmrgh^ If,J. 

Children: 

8626. 1. Mary-Elizabeth*, b. 28 May, 1854, Colchester. 

8627. 2. AUce-Amelia«, b. 9 Feb. 1856, Sudbury. 
8. Frederic-Erastus', b. 17 June, 1860, " 
4. Lois-Ames', b. 6 Nov. 1863, ** 

8680. • 5. Carrie-Vining*, b. 29 Jan. 1867, Sudbury; d. there, 7 Oct. 1867. 

8681. 7. Rev. Marcu8% b. 26 Feb. 1828, Marshfield; m. Syracuse, N.Y., 15 Oct 

1853, Jane-Angeline Yandenburg, b. 25 June, 1823, La Fayette, N.T., 

dau. of Cornelius and Elizabeth ( ) of S. He studied medicine at 

Harvard Med. Coll., and the College of Physicians and Surgeons, New 
York City; in 1853, was under appointment of A.B.C.F.M. as missionary 
physician to Africa, but, being providentially prevented, was settled as 
Orthodox Cong, pastor, inPaterson, N.J., June, 1854; was afterward 
settled in Westminster, Mass. In April, 1862, he was appointed super- 
intendent and chaplain of the State Lidustrial School for Girls, in 
Lancaster, Mass., which has since been his field of labor. 

Res. 1870, ZaneagUTf Man, 

Children: 

8682. 1. Ella-Elizabeth*, b. 28 Dec. 1855, Paterson. 
8638. 2. Marcus- Judson*, b. 12 May, 1858, Westminster. 
8584. 8. Herman-Yandenburg*, b. 7 Aug. 1865, Lancaster. 

8685. COL. CHARLES*, [8604] (Jeanna* (Window) Hatch, J»*, Gilbert^ 
Nuihtmiet^^ Kendm\) b. 16 Nov. 1793, Marshfield, Mass.; died there, 16 Feb. 1870; 
married there, 27 Jan. 1820, Mary Ames, b. 4 Apr. 1798, at M., dau. of Tllden and 
Sarah (Rogers) of M. E(ut Maanhfidd, Mas$. 

Children bom in Marshfield: 
6636. !• Chablbs-Tildbk^ b. 29 Sept. 1821; married in M., 22 Nov. 1849, Maiy* 
Agnes Hatch, b. 17 July, 1831, at M., dan. of Elisha and Rachel (Rogers) 
of M. Res. Mard^fiMy Masi. 

Children: 
8687. 1. Wendell-Pranklin*, b. 21 Fob. 1851, M. ; died there, 5 Sept 1851. 



K Fiyrd, Keep, Keem. ' 743 

868& 2. Roeella-Agnes*, b. 2 Feb. 1857, M. ; died there, 25 Dec. 1857. 

8639; 3. Charles-Russell', b. 6 Aug. 1864. 

8640. %. Mart-Ahe8% b. 26 Not. 1828; married in M., 25 Jan. 1849, £zra Ford, 
b. 26 Oct. 1820, M., •. of Samuel and Mercy Pamon) of M. 

Rea. Mmr9f{fidd^ Man. 
Children born in M. : 
9641. ' 1. Roscoe-Ezra', b. 17 3Iar. 1860. 

8642. 2. Ada-Louisa", b. 14 Apr. 1852. 

8643. 8. SARAH-£LIZABBTH^ b. 16 Feb. 1826; d. 16 Dec. 1826, M. 

8644. 4. HARCiA-AueD8TA\ b. 23 Feb. 1828; died at M., 12 Aug. 1866; married 

there, 28 Not. 1850, Samuel Keep, b. 28 Mar. 1822, Sheffield, Mass., s. 
of George and Elizabeth (Obamberlain) of 8» Bei. Mars^flMf Mao. 

Children bom in M. : 

8645. 1. Emily-Jane", b. 21 June, 1858. 

8646. 2. Elizabeth-Chamberlain*, b. 27 Aug. 1859. 

8647. 5. GiLB«RT-Wiii8L0W% b. 10 Jan. 1830; d. 9 July, 1830, M. 

864& 6. MATn.DA-ALiCBRA% b. 11 Jan. 1831 ; m. Marshfield, 22 Jan. ia54, Nathan 
Fordy b. 16 Dea 1814, at M., s. of Charles and Lydia (Jenkins) of M. 

Res. Marsl^fidd^ Mats^ 
Children bom in M. : 
8649. 1. Annie-Winslow*, b. 27 Feb. 1855. 

8G50. 2.' Ellen-Jenkins*, b. 20 Apr. 1856; d. 20 Oct. 1856, IL 

8651. 8. Charles-Everett*, b. 15 July, 1857. 

8652. 4. Chester-Sumner*, b. 18 Mar. 1862. 

8053. 5. Lucius*, b. 3 Jan. 1865; d. 25 Aug. 1865, M. 

8654. 7. ELLBN-LouI8A^ b. 9 June, 1833; m. Marshfleld, 1 Jan. 1860, Benjamin- 

Franklin-Hatch Keene, b. 20 Jan. 1832, at M., s. of Benjamin and 
Nancy (Sherman) of 31. 

8655. 8. Franklin-Winslow\ b. 12 Feb. 1836; m. North Bridgewater, Mass., 18 

Dec. 1860, Vesta Howard, b. 15 June, 1833, N. Br., dau. of Sidney and 
Sally (Tiittlefield; of N. Br. 

Child: 
8666. Marcia Ellen*, b. 21 Jnly, 1867, IL 

8057. 9. Susan- Adbiarna*, b. 9 Sept 1839; was unmarried in 1870. 

Res. ManJ^fiM, Man, 

8658. LUTHER*. [8607] {Joanna^ {Wina<m) Hatch, Job\ Gilberts, Nathaniel, 
KencJm\i\j. 6 July, 1800, Marshfleld, Mass.; married there, 7 Feb. 1822, Abigail- 
Peterson Phillips, b. 23 Apr. 1808, at M., dnu. of Daniel and Abigail (Thomas) of M. 
Daniel Phillips was bom 14 Feb. 1762, Marshfleld; married there, 17 Sept 1797, 
Abigail Thomas, of M., b. 4 Nov. 1774. He was son of Nathaniel Phillips, b. 29 
July, 1718; married Joanna* White, b. 5 Dec. 1713, dau of Cornelius*, b. 28 Mar. 
1682, gr. dau. of Daniel', b. 1655, and gr. gr. dau. of Peregrine', b. 20 Nov. 1620, 



744 Luther^ Ilaick and Descendants. K 

on board tbe Mayflow$r^ 8. of William* and Susanna (Fuller) who, after the death of 
her husband the ensuing spring, became the wife of Edward* Winslow, afterward 
Governor of Plymouth Colony. [See Q<n>, Edwcvi'^ Window Memorial^ also Intro- 
duction to this volume.] In 1870 Mr. Hateh had served as town-clerk of Marshfield 
twenty-six years, and as XT. S. assistant assessor many years; had also been notary 
public, and, in 1837, justice of the peace. Bes. 1870, Marshfield, Man, 

Children : 

8659. 1. ABIOAIL-PH^LLIP8^ b. 14 Jan. 1824, Bcituate, Mass.; m. Marshfield, 23 

Oct 1858, William Sherman, a native of M., 8. of Asa and Polly ( )^ 

natives of M., who, in 1870, had been married more than seventy years. 
At that date, he was nearly ninety-seven years of age and she about 
ninety<fi ve ; and both were in the enjoyment of comfortable h ealth. s. p. 

8660. 2. Joanna-Amanda^ b. 7 Jan. 1829, Marshfield ; married there, 2 Jan. 1858, 

Cupt. Daniel-Dexter Baker, of Duxbury, aft. of New York City, b. 1823, 
8. of Daniel* (JTo;. Elijah^ Samuel*^ Kenelm*^ Eleanor* ( Window) Baker^ 
Ken€lm\) and Zeruiah-Bryant (Walker) of D. [See Appendix, No. 284, 
p. 46.] He was, for several years, a master mariner. In 1871, was a 
broker and commission merchant in New York City. Res. BroMyn^ N. Tm 

Child: 

8661. Addie-Dexter*, b. 20 May, 1867, Marshfield. 

8662. 8. MERCY-ELizABETn% b. 21 May, 1838, M. ; in 1870 was unmarried. 

8668. 4. Luthek-Phillips^ b. 17 Jan. 1839, M. ; m. Weymouth, Mass., 17 May, 
1864, Lizzie- Wise Clark, b. 2 Aug.* 1843, W., dau. of Robert and Fannie 
(Brown) of N. Weymouth. In 1870 they res. N. Weymouth, Mass. 

1872, Mardifield^ Ma9$. 

Child: 
8664. Luther-H*.y b. 1 Aug. 1868, Weymouth. 

8665. KENELM*, [1930] {Kenelm\ Kenelm\ Nathaniel, Kenelm\) b. 24 July, 
1756; d. 1 May, 1847, Windsor, Me.; m. by Rev. Kilbom Whitman, 26 Oct. 1794, 
PembroJce ifec., to Susanna Fuller, of Pembroke, Mass., b. 27 Nov. 1774; d. 12 Aug. 
1849. He was of Bristol at the time of their marriage. He removed from Marsh- 
field, Mass., to the Stete of Maine, about 1783. Windtor, M$. 

Children: 

8660. 1. Deborah, b. 30 Sept. 1795: d. 12 Nov. 1803. 

8667. 2. Abigail, b. 11 May, 1797: d. 18 Sept. 1801. 

8668. 8. Nathaniel, [8677] b. 27 Mar. 1800; d. 1864; m. Thirza . 

8669. 4. Almira, [8685] b. 19 Oct 1801; d. 17 Oct. 1845; m. John-W. Lawson, 

or iJamoson. 

8670. 5. Joseph, b. 30 July, 1803. 

8671. 6. Bahah-F., b. 27 Mar. 1806; m. 20 Feb. 1828, Samuel Trouaat. 

8672. 7. Benjamin, b. 9 Apr. 1808; d. 21 Mar. 1812. 

8678. 8. Elikabkth, b. 12 July, 181 1 ; m. Samuel Wheeler, of Windsor. Me, 



^ Descendant of KeneLmf Window. 745 

8674. 9 Isaac, b. 10 Jan. 1814. Hefl. 1870, yrinShmn^ }£•. 

8675. 10. 1 Martha, [8690] b. 1 Sept. 1817; d. 26 Mar. 1861; m. Levi Perkins. 

8676. 11. 'Mart, b. 1 Sept. 1817; d« 1823. 

8677. NATHANIEL*, [8668] {Keruim\ Kendm\ Kendm\ Nathaniel, K€ndm\) 
b. 27 Mar. 1800; died, 1854, in California; married Tbirza ^. 

CShildren: 

8678. Velonia-K*., bom in 1829. 

8679. Elizabbth-A*., bom in 1831 ; married William Johnson. 

8680. Nakct% bom in 1882; d. 1861 ; married £. Murolu 

Child: 

8681. Charles', d. 18 Jan. 1868. 

8682. Bdwari>-P\, bora in 1884. 

8683. • ADBLiKB% married B. Murch. 

8684. Si:rena% married F-A. Pennington* 

8685. ALMIRA', [8669] {Kenelm\ Kenelm\ Kenelm\ Nathaniel, Kenelm\) b. 19 
Oct. 1801; d. 17 Oct. 1845; married, 9 Apr. 1826, John-W. LAW80H or JAMB- 
80K. 

Children bom in Windsor, Me. : 

8686. 1. Mab;t-Jakb, b. 8 Dec. 1826; married William OnuMb 

8687. 2. SnsAK, b. 1 Apr. 1829; married LeaTitt. 

8688. 8. William, b. 15 Mar. 1831. 

8689. 4. WiNSLow, b. 6. May, 1837. 

8690. MARTHA*, [8675] (Kendm*, Kendm^, KerudftJ, Mthmie?, K«ndm\) b. 1 
Sept 1817; d. 26 Mar. 1861; married, 2 Deo. 1841, Leri PS&KINa 

Children bom in Windsor, Me. : 

8691. 1. Mart-W., b. 2 Feb. 1843. 

8692. 2. Gborox, b. 26 Jan. 1852. 

8693. ABIGAIL*, [1981] {Kendm\ Kendm\ NtUhanieP, Kenelm\) b. 28 June, 
1758; d. 14 Apr. 1836; m. Marshfield, Mass., 9 June, 1777, to John OALUSON, 
b. 6. Aug. 1754; d. 6 Sept 1840. Eunice Bourne, sister of Abigail who married 
Kenelm* Winslow [1929], marned John Gallison, of Marblehead [Iliat, of Cape Ood^ 
Vol. II, p. 301]. Was he the father of John mentioned above? Tlieir first two 
ciiildren were bom in Marshfield, the others in Maine, to which State they had re- 
moved. We are Indebted to Joseph* Willard [1888] for records of this family. 

Windham^ M$. 

Children: 

8694. 1. Josefs, [8708] b. 23 Sept 1778; d. 1867; m. Hannah AtwoocL 

8695. 2. John, [8718] b. 81 May, 1780; d. 1864; m. . 

8696. 8. Abigail, [8781] b. 1788; d. 1839; m. J. LowelL 



746 Descendants of Abigail* {Window) OaUison. K 

8697. 4. WiKSLOw, [8789] b. 1787; d. 1865; m. . 

8698. 6. PoLLT-L., b. 1789; m. 25 May, 1814, R Davis. 

8699. 6. Stlvanub, [8758] b. 1792; d. 1826; m. Mary Alden. 

8700. 7. Charlotte, [8769] b. 1794; d. 1880; m. J. Leavitt. 

8701. 8. Hbnbt, b. 1796. 

8702. 9. Eliza, b. 1802; m. K. doudman* 

8708. JOSEPH*, [8694] {AligaU^ {Wimhw) Oallison, Kendm^ Kenelm\ Ka- 
tlianiePy Kenelm\) b. 28 Sept. 1778, Marshfield, Mas8«; died in 1867; married Han- 
uali Atwood. 

Cliildren: 

8704. 1. Hannah*, b. 8 June, 1800 ; married Coy ; she married 2d, 

Clark. 

8705. 2. Abigail- W*., bom in 1802; is deceased; married Lombard. 

8706. 8. Sophia^ bom in 1806; died in 1852; married Jefferson Cuahing. • 

Child: 

8707. Helen-C»., bom in 1837 {?); married C-H. Coy. 

8708. 4. Henrt\ bom in 1807 ; died the same year. 

8709. 6. William', born in 1809. 

8710. 6. JosEPH-H\, b. 13 Mar. 1812. 

8711. 7. Chablotts% bom in 1814; d. 1855; married R. BuzzelL 

Children : 

8712. 1. Avery*, bom in 1844. 

8718. 2. Helen*, born in 1849. 

8714. a JoHN-M^, born in 1817; m., probably, Elvira' Hall [11475], b. 15 Feb. 

1807, Buckfield,* Me., dan. of Nathan' and Susan (Forbes) of B. 

8715. 9. Edward\ born in 1818; died in 1852; married B. Pierce. 

Child: 

8716. James*, bom in 1849. 

8717. 10. Amanda-M\, bom in 1820; married George-B. TourteUot^ 

8718. JOHN*, [8695] {AhigaiJ^ i^WiMUw) QtsX^on, Kendm\ Kendm^ iTottflH- 
t0^, KefMlm\) b. 81 May, 1780, Marshfield, Mass.; died in 1864; married ^ 

Cliildren: 

8719. 1. Winslow', born in 1814; d. 1816. 

8720. 2. Henry', bom in 1816. 

8721. 8. JoHN-W*., born in 1820; d. 1847; married Clarissa Cilley. 

Child: 

8722. Helen-L*., bom in June, 1848. 

8723. 4. Sabah', bom in 1822; d. 1844. 

8724. 6. Nakgt', born in 1824; is deceased; married Hiram Lovett. 
8*725. 6. Su8AK-E^, bom in 1826. 



K Zowelly Mansariy Strattony Stockman^ WMtaker, WiUey^ Nash. 747 

8726. 7. WmLiNGTON\ born in 1828; d. 1851, 

8727. a Cybus-L'., b. July, 1880. 
872a 9. GsBBNLBAF-W^, bora in 1832. 
8729. 10. Frakcbs\ bora in 1884; d. 1830. 
8780. 11. OLr?:BR-R^, bom in 1886. 

8731. ABIGAIL*, [6696] {AUf^U^ {Windcno) 09XL\Mon, Kendm\ Kmdm\ Ka- 
thanid^y KeMlm\) born in 1788, Windham, Maine; died in 1839; married J. 
LOWELL. 

Children : 
8732. 1. HiRAV, b. 1805. 

8783. 8. OTRX78, b. 1807; died 1820. 

8784. 8. Thohas, b. 1809. 

8785. 4. Eliza, b. 1811 ; married V-O. Hanflon. 
8736. 5. Dabids, b. 1813. 

8787. 6. Urbain, b. 1815. 

8788. 7. Abnbr, b. 1818 ; died 1822. 

8789. WINSLOW', [8697] (Abigail^ {Wmd<no) GalliBon, Kenelm\ Kenelm\ if<^ 
tktmid^, Kenelm\) bom in 1787, Windham, Me. ; died in 1865; married . 

Children: 

8740. 1. Abigail*, bom in 1808; d. Janoary, 1858; married Martin Strattoiu 

Children: 

8741. 1. L-Ellen*, bora in 1850; married C*W. Stockmaiu 

8742. 2. Martha-E*., bora in 1851. 
8748. 8. John-H'., bora in 1853. 

8744. 8. JoHK', b. 1810; d. 28 Jmie, 1868; married ^ 

Children : 

8745. 1. Era8tu8-W*., b. 14 Jan. 1842. 

8746. 2. Miriam-E*., b. 8 Apr. 1848; married, November, 18GS, J-H. Whit- 

aker. 

8747. 8. Howard-M»., b. 17 July, 1844; d. 13 June, 1865. 

8748. 4. Yaahti-A*., b. 19 Ang. 1845; married, November, 1868, Eben Wor- 

cester. 

8749. 6. Flora-A*., b. 29 Nov. 1847; d. June, 1868. 

8750. 6. Martin-C*., bora 1850; d. 1850. , 

8751. 7. Purbot-H*., b. 26 Sept. 1851. 

8752. 8. Loui&A-L'., bora in 1813; married I. Willey. 

8753. 4. CAROLiMifi^ bora in 1815 ; married David Nash. 

8754. 6. Hbnby^ bora in 1817. 

8755. 6. MART-AHKB^ bom in 1819; married William-N. DaYi% who died in 1865. 

8756. 7. W^ISL0W^ bora in 1822. 
8767. 8. JAXis-W*., bom in 1824. 



748 Descendants qf Abigad^ {Winslow) GaJUson. ^ 

8758. STLVANUS', [8699] {Miga\^ (Fi»«Zcw) Oalliton, Kwdnk\ Ksnim\ JPTo- 
thanisP, Ktndm\) bom in 1793, Windham, Me. ; died in 1826 ; married, d5 Jinj, 1S14, 
Mary Alden, who is deceased. 

Children: 

8759. 1. ^ b. Oct 1815; d. Oct 1815. 

8760. 8. Mabt-W*., bom in 1817; d. 1858; married E-A. Pendleton. 

Children: 

8761. 1. Frederic-H«., b. 7 Nor. 1888, 

8763. 3. Frances-E*., b. 6 Sept 1841. 
8768. -8. Adelia-E*., b. 5 Jan. 1844. 

8764. 4. Almatia-A*., b. 4 June, 1847; d. 3 Jane, 185II. 

8765. 5. Edna-J»., b. 15 June, 1861. 

8766. 6. Mary-W'., b. 19 Nov. 1858. 

8767. 8. GEORaB-R'., b. 10 May, 1830; d. 8 Nor. 1833. 

8768. 4. 0HARLOTTB-A^, b. 8 Nov. 1823. 

8769. CHARLOTTE*, [8700] {AhigaiJI^ (WtmUno) GallUon, KmAm^, Kendm\ 
Naihanu^, Kendni\) bom in 1794, Windham, Me.; died in 1880; married J. 
LBAVITT, who is deceased. 

Cluldren: 

8770. 1. Mitchell, b. 181& 

8771. 3. JoHH, b. 1830. 

8773. 8. Mabgarbt-A., b. 1823; married HunneweO* 

8778. 4. Abigail, b. 1824; d. 1828. 

8774. 6. Sarah, b. 1826; married Hawkins. 

8775. 6. Mart, b. 1828; d. 1881. 

8776. JOSEPH*, [1932] {Kendm^ Kendm^ Nathaniel, Ken€lm\)h. 12 Nov. 1760, 
Marshfield, Mass; died probably in 1806. He sailed from Baltimore, as captain of 
a vessel, and, being taken sick on the passage, was put on shore at St. Augustine, Fla. 
From that place he wrote two letters to his friends, the last one, dated in 1806, sta- 
ting they would not probably hear from him again, and it is supposed that he died 
soon after. He was. married by Rev. William Shaw, at Pembroke, Mass., 20 Apr. 
1797, to Susanna Baker, a native of P., b. 15 Oct 1768, dau. of John, of P. They 
removed to Kennebec Co., Me. She died 10 Jan. 1822, Abington, Mass. 

Children bom in Pembroke: 

8777. 1. Ruth, [8781] b. 16 Dec 1797; d. 29 Oct. 1869; m. John Brighaaa; m. 2d, 

Cotton Graves. 

8778. 3. Kbhrlm, [8788] b. 8 Sept. 1799; d. 26 Nov. 1868; m. Orra Pope. 

8770. 8. John-Baksb, [8796] b. 7 June, 1801; d. 28 Nov. 1870; m. BmeUne 

MitchelL 
8780. 4. Joseph, [8808] b. 7 Nov. 1805; m. Rebecca Bennett; m. 3d, Ly^Ka-Ajeii 

Stephens. 



^ Brighaniy Gr<w€8^ Kei^ Shaw. 749 

8781. RUTH«, [8777] (Joseph^ Kenelm\ Kendm^ IfathanUiP, Kenelm\) b. 16 Dec. 
1797, Pembroke, Mass. ; d. 29 Oct. 1869, Bridgcwater, Mass. ; m. Abiagton, Mass., 
12 Not. 1817, John BBIGHAM, b. 1 Aug. 1792, Marlboro, s. of Jotbam and Lucy 
(Thompson) of Sudbury. He was a machinist; and died 19 Sept. 1881, Abington, 
where he had resided. [See Hkt. of Marlboro^ p. 848.] She married 2d, Boston, 
Mass., 20 Dec. 1889, Cotton GBAVES, who was a farmer and resided at 

Sunderland^ Masi. 

Children bom in Abington: 

8782. 1. JoHN^ b. 81 Dec 1818; in 1870 was unmarried. Hes. BridgmaUr^ Man. 

8783. 2. CnAHLKS% b. 2 Apr. 1820; d. Apr. 1822, Abington. 

8784. 8. Charles-Lbb', b. 10 Sept. 1823.; d. 26 Nor. 1837, A. 

8785. 4. Su8A^'-BAKBIl^ b. 26 Sept 1825 ; m. Bridgewater, 24 Dec. 1846, Henry- 

Thomas Keith, b. 27 Oct. 1820, Br., 8. of Howard and Lucia (Harding) 
of Br. He died 19 May, 1853, at Br. ; was a carpenter. 

She res. 1870, Bridgewater^ Matt, 

Children bom in Bridgewater: 

8786. 1. Leora*, b. 8 Nov. 1847. 

8787. 2. Henrietta', b. 27 June, 1853. 

[One of these daughters married George-D. Davis, of Newton, Mass.] 

8788. CAPT. KENBLM*, [8778] (JowpA*, Kenelm\ Kendm\ Nathaniel:^, Kendm\) 
b. 8 Sept. 1799, Pembroke, Mass. ; d. 26 Nov. 1868, Bridgewater, Mass. ; married 
there, 80 Sept. UB22, Orra Pope, b. 13 Aug. 1802, at Br., dau. of Benjamin, of Br., 
and Mary (Pierce) of Soituate, Mass., and gr. dau. of Ichabod Pope, who removed 
from Dartmouth to South Bridgewater. He was captain of a military company. 
Manufacturer of cotton-gins. In 1870 Mrs. Winslow was living with her daughter, 
Mrs. Shaw, at Bridgewater, Mass. 

Children: 

8789, 1. BENJAMiN-FRANKLra', b. 17 Nov. 1828, Bridgewater; made several voyages 

on the Mediterranean as an officer; went to California in January, 1849, 
and returned in 1854. He was a farmer until the breaking out of the 
rebellion, when he enlisted, 28 Aug. 1861, in the First. Mass. Battery; 
served in McClclIan^s campaign on the Peninsula, and then returned to 
Alexandria; was in the battles of Bull Run, Antietam. Savage Station, 
etc. In August, 1862, he was attacked with chronic diarrhea; was dis- 
charged on the 15th of December, at Williamsport, and returned home, 
but never recovered from the effects of the disease. He died 4 Apr. 
1864, at Bridgewater. He was unmarried. 

8790. 2. Orra-Pikrce', b. 13 Nov. 1825, Bridgewater; married there, 22 Sept. 

1847, Minot-Curtis Shaw, b. 5 Mar. 1828, Weymouth, Mass., s. of Sam- 
uel and Abigail (Curtis) of E. Bridgewater. He was a boot and shoe 
dealer in Georgia at the commencement of the war, and sacrificing every- 
thing, returned with his family to East Bridgewater, Mass., where, in 
* 1870, he was engaged in his former occupation. 



760 Descendants of Joseph* Window. K 

Chfldrenborn in East Bridgewater: 

8791. 1. Kenelm-Winslow*, b. 19 Mar. 1850; married, I June, 1878, Mary-Ben- 

nett Gardner, of Nantucket. 

8792. 2. Walter-Curtis', b. 9 Aug. 1852. 

8798. 8. Lester-Arnold', b. 27 Mar. 1855; d. 18 May, 1856, E. Bridgewater. 

8794. 4. Mary-Winslow*, b. 80 Mar. 1868. 

8795. 8. Mabt% b. 29 Mar. 1881, Bridgewater; died there, 80 Oct 1855. 8he was 

unmarried. 

8796. JOHN-BAKER*, [8779] (7aMpA», KmuHm\ KeMilm\ NaJthani^, Kenelm\) 
h. 7 June, 1801, Pembroke, Mass. ; d. 28 Nov. 1870; m. Bridgewater, Mass., 26 Nor. 
1829, Emeline* Mitchell, b. 28 June, 1799, Br., dau. of Edward% of Br. {Edward'^ 
Col, Edwtrd^y Endf/n EdAoard\ Experimo^^ of Plymouth, Duzbuiy, and, late in life, 
Bridgewater.) The wife of Edward* was Chloe' Washburn, b. 1768, dau. of CapU 
Abraham*, of Br. (Nathaniel^ John\ John\ Jokn\ J0hn\ of Duxbury, aft. of S. 
Bridgewater.) The mother of Edward* Mitchell was Jane* Latham, a descendant of 
John^ Winslow, us follows: (OAaWei*, OhiUon\ Stuoftna* {Window) Latham, John* 
WiniUWy of Plymouth, Mass., aft of Boston.) [See Memorial qf John* Window.'\ He 
was a hatter. She res. 1874, Bridgewater^ Maai, 

Children born in Bridgewater: 

8797* 1. Josbph-Bakeb^ b. 20 Aug. 1880; was married by Dr. Thompson, Taun- 
ton, Mass., 28 Oct 1867, to Myra Deane, of T. In 1846 he went to 
Boston, where he remained nine years, and then remoyed to New York 
city ; in 1864 was head clerk of the copper mining business. Eagle River, 
Lake Superior; in 1870 was commission merchant in Boston. s.p. 

Res. 1874, BridgewtUer, Mau, 

8798. 2. Chlob-Janb', b. 11 Apr. 1882; m. Bridgewater, 8 June, 1854, Chaiics- 

White Hubbard, of N.H., b. 24 Apr. 1828, Thetford, Vt, s. of Orange 
and Loanna (Boardman) of Chaiiestown, N.H. Res. 1874, PiUdntrg^ Penn, 
Children born in Pittsburg: 

8799. 1. Lucy-Jane*, b. 20 Apr. 1856; d. 6 Dec. 1862, Pittsburg. 

8800. 2. Lurania-Emeline*, b. 15 Aug. 1860; d. 14 Feb. 1862, P. 

8801. 8. Ellen-Elizabeth*, b. 16 June, 1882: d. 20 Oct 1862, P. 

8802. 4. John-Winslow*, b. 18 Dec. 1864. 

8803. 5. Charles-White*, b. 28 Sept 1866. 

8804. 8. Johi7-Abbott^ b. 26 Not. 1885; married, 4 May, 1860, Eatharine-Smith 

Loring, of Hanson, Mass., b. 7 Feb. 1889, Pembroke, Mass., dau. of 
Edward-Smith and Ann-Beal (Jones) of P. He served in the late war, 
enlisting for nine months, 17 Sept 1862; in 1864 he re-enlisted; was 
wounded in the leg and head, and, in June, 1864, was in the hospital at 
Philadelphia; was discharged 14 July, 1865. He was at one time in 
Libby Prison. Furnace-man. Res. 1874, Bridgewater^ Mau, 

GhUd: 
6805. Qeorge-Herbert*, b. 21 Aug. 1861, Bridgewater. « 



^ Ahigail* {Winslow) Veazie and Descendants 751 

8806. 4. iLccT.WASHBDRN\ b. 6 July, 1839; d. 20 Aug. 1840, Bridgewater. 

8807. 5. * WILLARD-LYON^ b. 6 July, 1839; d. 13 Feb. 1840, '* 

8808. JOSEPH*, [8780] {Joseph^ Kendm\ Kendm\ KathanieP, Kenelm\) b. 7 
Nov. 1805, Pembroke, Mass.; d. 9 May, 1869, Brady's Bend, Armstrong Co., Pa., 
and was buried there. He married at Wareham, Mass., in 1827, Rebecca Bennett, 
who died in that town, July, 1830. He was married 2d, by Rev. Mr. Boyce, Boston, 
Mass., 28 Nov. 1837, to Lydia-Ayers Stephens, b. 17 July, 1820, dan. of Joseph and 

Sarah ( ) of Boston. He was a manufacturer of railroad iron. He first settled 

in ^ya^eham, afterward lived in South Boston, Mass., and at Brady^s Bend, Penn. 

Children : 

8809. 1. JosEPH% bom in 1828, Wareham; died in infancy. 

8810. 2. Reb»cca% bom in 1830, Wareham; ** 

8811. 8. Charles-Brigham\ b. 28 Oct 1838, South Boston, Mass.; was married 

by Rev. Reuben Skill, Pittsburgh, Allegheny Co., Penn., 12 Sept. 1861, 
to Emma Cupples, b. 22 Feb. 1844, at P., dau. of Alexander and Ann 
(Skare) of P. Res. Boston, Mass., Brady's Bend, Penn., and, 1874, at 
Hutchinson, Reno Co., Kansas, where he was a draggist; firm of Wins- 
low and Albright. 
Children : 

8812. 1. Annie-Lydia", b. Friday, 2 Sept. 1864, Brady*s Bend. 

8813. 2. Harry-Dudley% b. 22 Mar. 1866, Brady's Bend. 

8814. ABIGAIL*, [1934] (Jo9eph\ Kendm\ Nathaniel, Kenelm\) b. 20 Jan. 1750; 
d. 21 Sept 1827; m. Boston, Mass., 29 Apr. 1773, Bo»ton Bee., Benjamin VEAZIE, 
of Boston, b. 9 Feb. 1745, Braintree, Mass. ; d. 28 June, 1814. They resided in 
Providence, RI., for a time. We have not the names of the parents of Mr. Veazie, 
but his son Joseph* writes: *^ I have my father's genealogy. The Veazies came from 
the north of England as Protestants, and settled in Braintree and Quincy; and 
another branch of the family. Catholics, settled in Maryland, Cecil County. Many of 
the name are living there, one a late Governor of Maryland." 

Children : 

8815. 1. Benjamin, b. 16 Oct 1773; died unmarried, 19 Sept 1819. 

8816. 2. Abioaiu b. 9 Aug. 1775; d. 22 Mar. 1840; married Palmer. She 

was living with her grandmother Winslow in 1791, at the time of the 
death of Joseph* Winslow [1936], her parents having removed to Provi- 
dence, R.I. g.p, 

8817. 8. Joseph, b. 9 Mar. 1777; d. Feb. 1779. 

8818. 4. Mary, b. 17 Aug. 1779; died unmarried, 14 Feb. 1844. 

8819. 5. Joseph, b. 17 Aug. 1781; d. Feb. 1783. 

8820. 8. John, b. 28 Feb. 1782; d. 1 Aug. 1821; married Dinah , born in 

1792; d. 15 Jan. 1857. s.p. 

8821. 7. Sally, b. 28 Dec. 1784; died unmarried, 10 July, 1846. 
8. Joseph, b. 28 Dec. 1788, Providence or Boston; died intestate, 17 May, 

1863, Providence, where he had resided. His real and personal estates 

la 



752 Dt, Ebefiezer* Winslow and Descendants. K 

were large, and it was necessary to go back to Kcnelm* Winslow [358] 
to find the heirs on his mother's side. Joseph* Willard [1888J was the 
lawyer employed for this work. Although they were very numerous on 
both the Winslow and Veazie side, there were several hundred dollars 
for each one of the seventh generation in families numberinp^ four or Sivii^ 
after deducting all the expenses of litigation. 

8828. 9. Susan, b. 5 Apr. 1790; d. 9 Apr. 1791. 

8824. 10. Samuel, b. 18 July, 1792; died unmarried, 14 July, 1836. 

8825. DR. EBENEZER", [1951] (Haekiah*, Richard*, Jol^, K6ndm\) b. 28 Aug. 
1742, probably in Freetown, Mass. ; married, 27 Feb. 1766, Swansey JRec.^ Elizabeth* 
Eddy [2020], b. 25 Oct. 1745, Swansey Mec., d. of Constant and Mary* (Winslow) 
of S He married 2d, Catherine Gardner. Ebenezer Winslow of Somerset and 
Catherine Gardner of Warren were published 24 June, 1798, Somerset Hec Somerset, 
previous to its incorporation in 1790, formed a part of Swansey, and was called the 
Shawomet Purchase. — Ma)*$, JIut. CoUectioriB, Swansey^ Mau, 

Children, of whom eleven were by the first wife and four by the second: 

8826. 1. John, [8840J b. 28 Nov. 1766; m. Bethany Brayton ; m. 2d, Mary Brayton. 

8827. 2. Humphrey, [8863] b. 19 Sept. 1768; m. Sarah Mason. 

8. Ebenezer, [8876] b. 1 Sept, 1770; m. Polly . 

4. Betty, b. 19 May, 1778, Swansey Bee. The following is copied from the 

records of Somerset, Mass: '* Somerset, October 24th 1798, this may 
certify that Edward Gardner of Warren and Betsey Winslow of Somerset 
was married October the 24 Day 1798 by me Russel Maaon Elder." 

8830. 5. Anna, b. 1776; d. 12 June, 1781, agedS yrs., 5 mos. 

8831. 6. Mary, b. Dec. 1777; d. 81 Mar. 1778, aged 3 mos., 12 days. 
b832. Nancy, [8881] m. 7 Aug. 1806, Capt. Preserved Bead. 
8838. William, [8892] b. 11 May, 1781; married Ann . 

8834. Mary, b. 12 June, 1790; d. 22 Feb. 1792, aged 1 y., 8 mos., 10 days. 

8885. Henry, [8894] m. 10 May, 1821, Lurancy Hanka. 

By 2d marriage: 

8836. Edward. 

8887. Betsey, b. 81 Oct. 1802; m. 17 May, 1827, Joseph-F. Ohaoe, of Swansey. 
She was of Somerset at the time of her marriage. [Somerset Bee. J 

8838. James, b. 14 July, 1804; d. 24 ^'ov. 1806, aged 2 yrs., 4 mos., 10 day». 

8889. Sauah, b. 1807; married [pub. 14 July, 1832, Somerset Iiee,\ John-A. 

Wood, of Swansey. She was living in Somerset at the date of her mar- 
riage. 

8840. DU. JOHN**, [8826] {Ehenezer*, HeuHah^ Richard}, Jub\ KeMlm\) b. 28 

*Dr. ChsrlesF^. Winslow writes that bo oftea heard his father, Benjamin* [908S], speak of thrat 
ffeoeratlonfl uf Dr. Winslows, aU of whom were noted for skill and «reat popularitj in their neighbor> 
hood— fcrandfutber, sou. and grandson. He canuot now reoail with certainty the names bj which 
be called them. He thinks they llred for a whUe together, or in the vioinitj of each other, and 
didan extensire country practice, succeeding each other. It is his Impression that there was a Job 
smougthem, and that one of them wan llring as late as 1810, or perhaps later. His father spoke of 
them so much that be la quite sure he must naTS known them personally, and is positire that ths 
yoottger of ths three was namsd John, 



8843. 


8. 


W44. 


4. 


8845. 


5. 


8840. 


6. 



Bakery Ber^Ofniny Paichy Eddy. 753 

Nut. 1766, SwanBey Eec.; was married **byllus8el Mayson Elder of a Church of 
Christ in Swansey," 80 Sept. 1790, to Bethaoy Bray ton, of Somerset. He was re- 
siding in Somerset at this date. He was married 2d, ''by Philip Head Elder of a 
Baptist Cbnrch in Swansey," 17 Feb. 1803, to Mary Brayton, of Somerset Ho was 
liTing in Swansey at the time zi his second marriage. The dates of birth of their 
children were copied from the records of Swansey: 

8841. 1. , [8850] married Baker. 

8842. 2. Bbtsbt-Painb, b. 21 Mar. 1795. [David Gray, Esq., of Somerset, and 

Betsey Winslow, of Swansey, were joined in man iage 23 Aug. 1823. 

Somerset Bee, This may have been some other Betsey or Elizabeth. See 

8866.] 
Nathan-Read, b. 13 July, 1797. 
Jo JIN- William, b. 8 Dec. 1803; was probably a physician and practiced 

bis profession in Swansey. 
Elizabbth-Eddt, b. 24 Mar. 1805. 
Chablbs-Bratton, b. 13 May, 1807; was married by Elisha Slade, Jr., 

pastor of the Baptist Church, 1 Jan. 1834, to Amanda Slade, of Somerset. 

Somenet Bee. He was of Swansey at the time of his marriage. He 

probably married, Aug. 1837, Betsey-E. Brown. 

8847. 7. Sarah-Ann, b. 19 Jan. 1808. [Perhaps this is the daughter *' Nancy" 

who married Benjamin, ace. to Mrs. Lucinda-M. Hills, 8919.] 

8848. 8. Fbancib-Uicuhokd, b. 8 Dec 1809. 

8849. 9. Fbancis, b. 13 Dec. 1818. 

[One of the daughters married Mr. Slade, ace. to Mrs. Hills. Jonathan 
Slade 8d, of Somerset, and Caroline-B. Winslow of Swaosey were pub- 
lished 18 June, 1841, iyornerset Bee.] 

8350. % [8841] (Jbhn\ Ebenexer*, Eegekiah*, Bichard'.M^ £«w^*,) married 

BAKER. 

Children: 
8851. 1. •, b. 5 Apr. 1823, Swansey, Mass. ; m. Lynn, Mass., 2 Sept. 1846, Ed- 
win Patch, b. 12 May, 1820, Hamilton, Mass., son of Joseph and Mary 
(Cleaves) of H. s.p. Res. 1870, Lynn, Mosm, 

Adaline-M'., b. 9 Oct. 1824, Lynn, Mass. ; d. 29 May, 1845, Swansey. 
Charles-P*., b. 5 July, 1827, ** ; m. Gilmanton, N.H., 11 Oct. 

1849, Sarah-P. Chesley, a native of G. 

Children : 

1. Ezra-C»., b. 17 July, 1858; d. 29 May, 1854, New Bedford. 

2. Lijude-Winslow", b. 18 July, 1855. 

3. Charles-Ed win', b. 8 Sept. 1861. 

Carolinb-E'., b. 21 Jan. 1830. 
Hbnrt-A*., b. 28 Mar. 1840, Swansey. 

Anna-EV, b. 18 Dec. 1841; m. Bristol, R.L, 29 Jan. 1860, Comelins-S. 
Xddy, b. 26 Dec. 1838, Swaosey. 



8853. 


2. 


8853. 


3. 


8854. 


i 


8855. 




8856. 




8^57. 


4. 


8858. 


5. 


8859. 


6. 



754 DescendaaUa of Ebenszer^ Wmaluw. K 

Children : 

8860. 1. Adaline-B»., b. 80 Oct. 1860, Swansey. 

8861. 2. Charles-HV, b. 17 Feb. 1869, Benlcia, California. 

8862. 7. JoHN-E*., b. 7 Jan. 1845, Swansey; d. there, 29 June, 1845. 

8868. HUMPHREY, [8827] {Blwiexer^ Hegekiah\ Richard^, Jotf", Kefulm\) b. 19 
Sept. 1768, SuoanMy Bee; married Sarah Mason, of Warren [pub. 26 Aug. 1792, 
Scfmeraet Sec], He was living in Somerset at the tune of his marriage. 

Their children are recorded in Swansey : 

8864. 1. Sarah, b. 5 Feb. 1796. 

8865. 2. Ebenezer, [8872] b. 2 July, 1798; d. 7 Feb. 1866; m. Jane-Holt Vickary. 

8866. 8, £lizabbth-B., b. 8 Feb. 1801. [David Ctey, Esq., of Somerset, and 

Betsey Winslow, of Swansey, were joiued in marriage, 23 August, 1823, 
Samertet Bee,] 

8867. 4. Mary, b. 27 July, 1803. 

8868. 5. Ezra, b. 4 Jan. 1806. 

8869. 6. Mason-Holdbn, b. 28 Aug. 1808. 

8870. 7. Catharihb-Painb, b. 12 Feb. 1811, 

8871. 8. HuMPHRBY, b. 11 Jan. 1814. 

8872. EBENEZER*, [8865] {Humphrey*, Ehenezer*, Hezeliah^ BieharcP, Jol^, Ke^ 
nelm\) b. 2 July, 1798, Sioaneey Bee,; d. 7 Feb. 1866, Newport, R.I. ; married, 1 
June, 1828, Jane-Holt Vickary, b. 24 July, 1803, Newport, d. of Hugh and Ann-H. 
(Holt) of N.-^Holt Oen., p. 281. 

Children: 

8878. 1. Mary-Jaot, b. 18 Apr. 1829; d. 30 Sept 1837. 

8874. 2. Sarah-Ann, b. 21 May, 1882; d. 12 Aug. 1838. 

8875. 3. Francbs-Maitlda, b. 5 Dec. 1839 ;d. 30 May, 1843. 

Inscriptions copied from grave-stones in Newport cemetery. 

Sacred 
to the memory of 
EBEN WINSLOW • 

Bom at Swansey, Mass. 

July 2nd 1798. 

Died at Newport, R.I. 

Feb. 7. 1866 

An honest man is the noblest work of Qod. 

Sacred 

to the memory of 

three children of 

Eben and Jane H Winslow 



^ Head, MiteheU, Can. t65 

Sarah Ann 
Bom May 21 1882 
Died Aug 12 1883 

Mary Jane 
Bom April 18 1829 
Died Sept 80 1837 

Frances Matilda 

Bom Dec 5 1889 

Died May 80 1848. 

Suffer little children, and forbid them not, to come 

onto me ; for of such is the kingdom of heaven. 

8876. EBENEZER*, [8828] {EbeMzer\ IIaehiah\ Richard, Job*, Kendm\) b. 1 
Sept. 1770, Swofuey Bee; married Polly . Swanseyy Ma»9, 

The dates of birth of the following children are from the Swansey Records: 

8877. 1. Stltakia-Allkn, b. 22 July, 1801. 

8878. 2. Mart, b. 1 Dec 1802. 

8879. 3. John-Kbllt, b. 21 Apr. 1804. 

8880. 4. William, b. 8 Jan. 1806. 

8881. NANCY*, [8882] (Ehenem*, Heeekiah\ Richard^, M\ Kenelml) was mar- 
ried by Benjamin Mason, elder of a church in Swansey, Mass., 7 Aug. 1806, to 
Capt Preserved BBAB, of Somerset, Mass., b. 18 Dec. 1777, Swansey, s. of Nathan 
and Content (Braiton). She was of Somerset at the time of her marriage. He was 
formerly a sea-captain. — Reed Gen. 

Children bom in Swansey : 

8882. 1. Cathekimk^ b. 12 June, 1807. 

8883. 2. NATHAiff^ b. 8 Sept. 1809. 

8884. 3. Frahois^ h. 6 July, 1812; married Frances Sanderson. 

Children: 

8885. ). Cata*, born in 1852, San Francisco, CaL 

8886. 2. Charies-G»., born in 1855. 

8887. 4. £yBLiNB-M\, b. 18 Feb. 1815; married William MitchelL 

8888. 5. Elizabeth', b. 17 Feb. 1817; married George- W. Carr. 

8889. 6. EBKMBZBR^ b. 1 Feb. 1821. 

8890. 7. Mabia% b. 16 Nov. 1828. 

8891. 8. CH▲BLBB-Q^, b. 27 May, 1829. 

8892. WILLIAM*, [8888] (HRfcneser^, Eeeekiah*, Riekard*, Jdb\ Kenelm\) h. 11 
May, 1781, BwrnneeyBee,; married Ann . 



56 -£^ra* Winslow. 



Child: 
889a. Elizabeth, b. 3 July, 1818, Bmtntey Beo» 

8894. HENRY^, [8885] (Ehenaeer^ Hezekiah\ Richard^, J6(^, JTtfweZwi*,) born prob- 
ably about 1790, in Rhode Island, or perhaps in Somerset, Mass. ; was married by 
Rev. Ebenezer Blake, at Mansfield, Tolland Co., Ct., 10 May, 1821, to Lurancy 
Hanks, of M., b. 12 July, 1801, d. of Uriah and Sally (Keeny) of M. He was a 
druggist He removed from Rhode Island; in 1871, was in California. [She was 
married 2d, by Rev. Ilezekiah Ramsdell, at Mansfield, Ct, 23 Apr. 1833, to Horaco-C. 

Lathrop, b. 23 Apr. 1801, Tolland, Ct , s. of Rowland and Hannah ( •) of T. He died 

21 Apr. 1864, Middletown. He was a miller, add dealer in pumps. In 1873 she was 
residing in Waterbury, New Haven Co., Ct ; and in 1876, with her son at Middle- 
town, Ct She has also resided in New London, Ct, East Bridgewater, Mass., and 
Hutchinson, Minn.] 

Child: 

8895. Hbnbt-Milleb^ b. 3 Jan. 1824, Mansfield, Ct. ; was married by Rev. 

Harvey Miller, Meriden, Ct., 4 Feb. 1852, to Hannah-Jane Williams, of 
M., b. 14 Nov. 1829, d. of Robert and Rachel (Baldwin) of M. Brit- 
tania turner. Res. Ellington, Meriden, and Waterbury, Ct 

1873, 7 CromSt,, MiddleUnon, CL 

Child: 

8896. Lizzie-Reynolds*, b. 31 May, 1855, Meriden. 

8897. EZRA*, [1952] {Eeeekiah\ lUchard^, Jdb\ Kenelm\) b. 10 May, 1751, Htrd- 
wick, Mass. ; about the year 1797, lost his life by being thrown from a horse. He 
m. Rosamond Spooner, b. 21 Mar. 1751, dau. of Thomas and Rebecca (Paddock), and 
sister of Aldon Spooner, who printed, at Windsor, the first newspaper issued in Vermont 
[For further information concerning this family see Spooner Memoriaf. ] Mr. Winslow 
was a man of sterling integrity, and strictly religious; was a stanch royalist, and de- 
clared in a public assembly that if God gave him another son he would name him 
after the king. He was a farmer and drover, and paid for his farm in Continental 
money. He lived in Swansey, Mass., Barnard, Vt, and Hard wick, Mass., where he 
was residing at the time' of his death, haviug removed thither in the early days of 
the Revolution. Jeduthan Spooner and Rosamond Winslow administered on bis 
estate, and, 7 March, 1797, made a payment to Ebenezer Winslow. The distribution 
of his real estate was made 6 June, 1797. The following persons were men- 
tioned: The widow Rosamond, who received her thirds; the eldest son Thomas, who 
had a double portion; Sukey Babbitt, the eldest daughter, and wife of Abel Bab- 
bitt; Alice Dexter, the second daughter, and wife of Clark Dexter; also Joseph, the 
second son; Ezra, the third son, Rosamond Winslow, the third daughter, and Rex, 
the youngest sua ; all of whom were minors at the date of the distribution. Jedu- 
than Spooner was also guardian of Ezra, Rosamond, and George-Rex. Tlie widow 
married 2d, Richard Ransom, of Woodstock, Vt, a Congregational minister, and 
died in 1829. ffardaiek. Mam. 



K BMitt, DeQ^sTy Sharp. t57 

Children : 

8898. 1. SusAjr, [8905] b. 1778; d. 28 Apr. 1816; m. Abel Babbitt. 

8899. 2. Thomas, [8917] b. 15 Sept. 1776, Hardwick; d. 15 Feb. 1853; m. Theo- 

dosia Pierce. 
890C. 3. Alice, [8948] b. 16 Nov. 1777; d. 20 Feb. 1862; m. Clark Dexter. 

8901. 4. Joseph, [8962] died at the West; married Anna Curtis. 

8902. 5. Ezra, [8967] b. 10 Apr. 1782; d. 27 Mar. 1857; m. Anna Pratt 

8903. 6. RosAMOin), b. 1785; d. 13 Sept. 1803, and was buried in Hardwick. 

8904. 7. GBORes-RBX, [8990] b. 16 Oct. 1788; d. 29 Oct. 1862; m. Lucy Clark. 

8905. 8USAN«, [8898] {E9ra\ Hmekiah\ Richard^, M", Kendm\) bom in 1778; 
d. 28 Apr. 1816, Barnard, Vt ; m. as 2d wife. 19 Apr. 1794, Abel BABBITT, of 
Barnard, Vt, a of Abel and Elizabeth (Hathaway.) He died at the age of 84 years. 

BerHty^ Mau, 
Their children, all of whom are said to have removed to the western country, 
were: 

8906. 1. Stltia-D., b. 14 Nov. 1795; '* was a school-teacher on the Cape'' [Cape 

Cod]. She married, 4 Jan. 1821, Daniel Sharp. They had a daughter 
and perhaps other children. Res. 1870, South Bend^ FruL 

8907. Frakk-C., married Res. 1870, MinuU Plsatant, Mick. 

8908. SuBAF. 

8909. Stephbh. 

8910. Eliza. 

8911. JOSBFB. 

8912. Ltmax. 

8913. Lucius. 

8914. CAIILI8I.S. 

8915. Rosamond. 

8916. Cbockbk. 

[All of these children are deceased with the exception of the first two 
mentioned.] • 

8917. THOMAS*, [8899J {Skra\ Hwhiah\ Richard^, Jet!', Kendm\) b. 15 Sept 
1776, Hardwick, Mast. ; d. 15 Feb. 1858, Barnard, Vt. ; married there, 22 Apr. 1800, 
Theodosia Pierce, of East Windsor, Ct, bom in 1780, Windsor, dau. of Joseph and 
Sarah (Bnnce) of W. She died 29 May, 1849, Barnard. Mr. Winslow, being the 
eldest son, received a double portion of his father's estate ; removed early to Barnard, 
Windsor Co., Vt., ^there his children were born. 

8918. 1. Kzra.Spookeb% b. 1 Nov. 1806; m. Pike. N. Y., 4 Oct 1829, Lu- 

cinda Packard, of iioyalton, Vt., dau. of Benjamin and Mehetable 
(Fobes) of R. She died 27 Oct. 1831, at Pike. Dry goods dealer; 
afterward a publisher of mathematical works, **Win8low's Compre- 
hensive System of Mathematics," etc. P.O. add. 1875, Dancille, HL 

Child: 

8919. Ludnda-Marcella', b. Thursday, 25 Aug. 1831, Pike, N.Y. ; m. Hart- 



758 Descendants of Ezra Winslow. K 

ford, Ct., 18 May, 1861, Richard-Merrill HilU, of H., b. 4 June, 
1883, Bedfordshire, England, 8. of Richard and Letitia (Merrill). 
Stone-cutter or marble-worker. 

Res. Hartford, CollinsTille, and, 1875, CanUm^ CL 
Children: 

8920. 1. Annie-Louis^, b; 28 Mar. 1866, Hartford. 

8921. 2. Wmiam'Iidbert\ b. 12 Aug. 1871, Canton. 

8922. 2. Horace- Joseph^ b. 4 Nov. 1808; married . sp. 

Res. 1875, BamardyVt 

8923. 3. ALDEN-SpooNER^ b. 7 Oct 1810; d. 29 Aug. 1845, Ware, Mass.; m. 

Belchertown, Mass., 24 Aug. 1887, Bethiah Kenfield, of Enfield, Mass., 
b. 19 Jan. 1819, at B., dau. of Shubael and Bethiah (Felton) of E. He 
was a machinist in wood and iron. The following appraisers of his estate 
were appointed 4 Sept. 1845: Joseph Hartwell, Freeman Pepper, and 
George Wiuslow. She res. 1870, Ware, Mass. 

Children: 

8924. 1. Lacien-Spooner*, b. 6 Maj, 1889, Enfield, Mass. ; married there, 31 

Jan. 1864, Martha- J ackett Kenfield, of E., b. there, 20 Mar. 1887, 
dan. of Silas and Judith (Jackett). She died 22 July, 1872, En- 
field. s.p. He res. 1874, Ei\field, Mass, 

8925. 2. Oscar-Fltzell*, b. 20 Feb. 1841, North Amherst, Mass. ; ul Enfield, 

Mass., Apr. 1865, Elizabeth-Elzina Tils6n, of E., bom there, 81 Dec. 
1848, dan. of Caleb and Esther-Dean (Stone) of E. 

Res. 1874, E/^/Uld, Mass. 
Children: 

8926. 1. WaUsr-FrederieJI^, b. 22 July, 1867, Enfield. 

8927. 2. BoseOarBaneroft*, b. 11 Jan. 1870, " 

8928. 8. Jasp&r-A*., d. 25 July, 1872. 

8929. 8. George-Arthur*, died aged a few weeks. 

8VdO. 4. 8TLViA-BABBrTT% b. 27 Jan. 1814^ married, as 2d wife, Ware, Mass., 25 
May, 1841, Albert' Winalow [4785], b. 24 July, 1797, Uxbridge, Mass., 
s. of Ebenezer* and Lucy (Taft) of Enfield, Mass. 

Res. Uxbridge and, 1874, Warei, Mass. 

Child: 

8981. Jasper-Albert', b. 15 Apr. 1842, Ware, Mass. ; enlisted in 16th Reg. 

Conn. Volunteer Inf., July, 1862; |md died of yellow fever, 14 OcU 

1864, Newbern, N.C. 

8983. 5. Su8AN-Babbitt\ b. 8 Jan. 1816, Barnard, Vt. ; married, as 2d wife, 

Chicopee, Mass., 8 July, 1849, WiUiam-Sanford Jenka*, of North Brook- 

1. *JO£nBPH> JENKS. of Lynn. Mass., 1645, a blacksmith employed at the iron works, oame. a 
widower, is the tradition of the family, from Hammersmith or Hounslow, Co. Middlesex, or Coin- 
brook, in the edge of Bucks, near London. He was an ingenious workman; in 1652, was engaged to 
cut the dies for our coinage, says report; and Boston, in 1654, we find by the record, gave power to its 
selectmen to contract with him for engines to carry water, in case of fire. He died March, 1688. His 

second wife, Elisabeth , died in July, 1679. [Our account of the Jenks family is derired from 

Sonfoge^t Otn. Dictionary and from a record in the hands of W-S. Jenks, of Worcester.] 



field, Mass., b. 20^ Mar. 1818, Brookfield, 8. of Oliyer-A. Jenks. Shoe- 
cotter in the Bay State Shoe Manufactory. 8.p. Res. Worcsiter^ Mao. 

Children: 
I. 1. JosBPH, [8] born In England; d. 4 Jml 1617; m. Esther Ballard, 

BjSd marriage: 
8. 8. Sakab, (probably); m. 28 Jaly, 1697, John ChllSOn. 

4. 8. Samusl, [08] b. 1654; d. 1788; m. Elicabeth Darling; m. 8d, Elizi^th [Floyd]. 
a. 4. DxBORAH, b. 11 June, 1668. 

6. 5. JoHK, [101] b. S7 Jnly, 1660; d. 1698; m. Sarah Merriam. 

7. 6i. Paiokl, [107] b. 19 Apr. 1668; m. Catharine Balcom or Boloom. 

& JOSEPH*. [2\ (fon of Jo$eph^^) bom In Eagland; lived a short time at Concord, and in Warwick, 
R L, afterward in Pawtuoket— bnilt. it is said, the first house in that plantation. His forge was 
destroyed in Philip's war. He married Esther Ballard, dan. of William; and had, besides six daagh- 
wrs, fonr sons, of whom each built a house at Pawtuoket. He was an Assistant of the Colony; d. 4 
Jan. 1617, aged 84. Several thousand are numbered In his posterity; some of the eighth generation 
are in Ohio. 

Children: 
9l Got. Joseph*, bom in 1666; was a Tery useful man; agent of the colony in London several 
years, and Governor five years, but resigned the office; d. 15 June, 1740, in his eighty-fourth 
year. He married Martha Brown, dau. of Jamea; Res. Pro9idenc4t B,L 

Chfldren: 
Ifll Joseph*, died young: 
11. Obadlah«, married , 

Children: 

18. Oapt. Xbeneger*. 
18w Oapt Jtremiah*. 
14. Catherine*. 

16u Capt. Kathaniel«, married— -> 

Children: 

16. 1 John; 

17. 8. JbMpM. 

1& John*, married — w 

QiUdren: 

19. JoMph*. 

21. Wartha«. 

2i Lydia*. 

28. Mary*. 

:^t. Esther*. 

25. Maj. NATBimn.*, b. 29 Jan. 166S: took the oath of allegiance toCharlesII. May, 1689; married 

^^ Bes. j^gptdeHcs, i7./. 

Children: 

SO. Jonathan^, married b 

Children: 
57. JcnaVMiiK 

28. Jeremiah*. 

89. John*, 

80. Nathaniel*, married ^-> 
Children: 

81. JoAit». 



760 Descendants of Thomas* Winslow. K 

8988. 6. Lucena-Spooner\ b. 27 Aug. 1818, Barnard, Vt. ; died there, 27 Jan. 
1844; m. Aug. 1842, Ira Joyce, of Woodstock, Vt. 

Res. 1875, Sharon, Vt. 

2BL lehdbodK 

S3. Jamea^. 

84. Hannah^. 

d5. Elisabeth*. 

d6. Elder Ebenezkr*, bom in 1009; d. 14 Aag. 17S6; was ordained in 1719. after a good part if bin 
days had passed in ciTil life, bat in no public office. He mednled Mary Butterworth. 

Baa. JVorttfeaiw, &Z 
Children: 

87. 1. Sarah«, b. 80 Deo. 1096. 

38. S. Ebenezer«, b. 17 Sept. 1099; married 

Child: 
89. NaOtanK 

4a 8. Judge Daniel*, b. 18 Oct. 1701; married - < 

Child: 

41. John^. 

42. 4. rhebe«. b. 10 Jan. 1708 
4S. 5. Rnf U8«, b. 18 Dec. 1701 

44. 0. Rachel«, b. 1 Deo. 1708. 

45. 7. Mary*, b. 17 Oct. 1708. 
40. 8. Josephs b. 85 June, ITiL 

47. 9. Mercy*, b. 80 Aug. 1718. 

48. 10. Son*, died soon. 

49. 11. Benjamin*, b. 8 Nor. 1714. 

50. 12. j Freelove*, b. 18 Sept. 1717. 

51. 18. } Noah*, b. 18 Sept. 1717. 
B8. 14. Jotiah*. b. 8 Apr. 1780. 

58L JuDOK WrLLUM«, died 8 Oct. 1705, in hit ninetj-llrat ytu; married Patience Spragmi 

Be*. Ptovidenee, R. I 
Children: 
54. Jonathan*, miArried - -- 

Children: 

581 Gideon*^ married 

Children: 
50. Olirer*. 

67. Daniel*. 

58. B«njamin» 

Ofll Jonathan*. 

01, WilUam*. 

(tt. Jonathan^t married 

Children: 
68L Nehem'ah" 

0< Brown*. 

06w SMiolcu^, married — 

Children: 

M. S*^i®l*' married and had sons: 1. Horace^ and «L Eraerv». 

^- H?n?5? married and had sons: 1. John'. W.I. ; 8. Charles William^ S. Qeorge- 

^ Harvev*, married and had a son Levi'. 

TQL William*, married . 



WiUey, Jenka, ScoU, Whipple, Tefft, Brown, MiUer. 761- 

Child: 

Ellen-Elizabeth*, b. 19 June, 1848, Woodstock, Vt. ; married Hiram- 
A. Willey, of Sharon, Vt Res. 1874, NorwicK Vk 

GfaUdren: 
71. WUUam: 

7% Chrttiophei* 

7K Joseph: 

74. Johnf. 

7X Vargaret*. 

7^ PatleDCe*. 

77. De». John«, marrtod — 

Children: 



79. Hmry^. 

8L Thcmaa^. 

82. Lawrtnet^t 

89. Jmiac^, 

SL SnsMinA*. 

8S. BBtbeH. 

Sa. Meroj^. 

87. JoAmrA*, married Sylruiiis 8oottt and died 1796. In her 86th year 

88L Abigail", married Samnel W h I pplOr *'^^ '^^^ eleven ohtldren. 

89. ELtzABXi^", married TefTt. 

90. Sauah*, married Nathaniel BroWn. 

91. Mart*, married, as 2d wife, her unole Daniel* Jen kS [107]. 
9S. SaTBER*, married Samnel Miller, ^^ Behobuth. 

98. SAMUEL*, [4] (aon of Joseph^,) was freeman in 1091; preriooe to that date he married 
Elizabeth Dariing; m. 9d, Elizabeth [Floyd], who died 6 Jane, 1757, in her 88th year. He died in 1788. 

Children: 

H4. 1. Savuel, b. 11 Not. 1887. 

9a. 2. JoHX, died you nfT. 

96. & Elizadsth, b. fl8 June. 1699. 

97. 4. Mart, b. S7 Dec. 169.5; died unmarried, 17 July, 1799, 

98. 6l Joseph, died young. 

99. 6. Abigail, b. S Not. 1709. 
100. 7. Nathan, b. 85 Mar. 1706. 

101. JOnN*. [6] (Bon qf JottephK) was freeman in 1691, and dledfai 1808. Re married. 11 Inly, 
1681, Sarah Merriam, dau. of William. After the death of her husband, she married John LewlS. 

ChUdren: 
103. 1. Elkabkth. b. Mar. 1688. 
\m. % Sarah, b. IS Jnjy, 1686. 
lOi. 3. Deborah, b. 5 June, 1090; died young. 

105. 4. Hakkah, b. SO Jan. 1691; died young 

106. 5. JoBK, b. 6 Apr. 1697; had three wires and nineteen children, of whom twelve were married; 

one was father of Rev. William Jenks, who gradoated H.C. i:97. 

107. DANIEL*, [7] {ton ofJoteph\) married Catharine Baloom or Bolcom; m. 2d, Mary* Jenks [CIJ, 
dan. of his brother Joseph*. He built the first mills in the regioo of Cnmberia&d. 

Children : 
106. 1. Abigail, b. 8 Jnly, 1091 



763 Descendants of Ezra* Winslow. ^ 

Children of Ellen-Elizabeth* (Joyce) Willey : 
8S35. Frederie-mram'. 

8986. JtMfirMarrM. 

8937. Dwy-BeO^. 

8938. Frank- WinsUM*. 

8939. Ma/ry-Lucma*. 

!?^?* I'^^^^^^^'l \h, 18 Dec. 1820, Barnard; d. 19 Dec. 1820. . 

8941. 8. 'LucIEH^' ' ' 

8942. 9. LuciU8-BowMAN% b. 8 Nov. 1822, Barnard; married in New York City, 9 

Apr. 1868, Mary- Ann Crump, b. 2 Apr. 1826, Birmingham, Eng., dau. 
of James and Mary- Ann (Bullock) of New York City. Spectacle-maker. 

B.p. Res. 1876, New York OUy. 

8948. ALICES, [8900] {Bgra^ ffesiekiah\ Hichard*, Job\ Kenelm\) b. 16 Nov. 
1777, Hardwick, Mass. ; d. 20 Feb. 1862, Rensselaer Falls, St. Lawrence Co., N.Y., 
and was buried there. She was married by Rev. Thomas Holt, at Hardwick, Ang. 
1799, to Clark DEXTEB, of Ogdensburg, N. Y., bom in 1775, Hardwick, Mass. ; 
cl. 24 Aug. 1830. He was a blacksmith. After living for some time in Hardwick, 
he removed to Barnard, Vt., and thence, after a residence of several years, to 
Gouvci'ueur, N. Y., where he was drowned in attempting with horses to cross a 
stream, before bridges were abundant 

Children bom in Bamard : 

8944. Lorinda', died in Bamard, Vt. 

8945. EzRA-WiNSLow', died in Gouverneur, N.Y, 

8946. Eliza^, is also deceased. 

8947. Rhoda^ died in Bamard. 

8948. Albert-Clark^, b. 9 Dea 1806; married at Oswcgatchie, St. Lawrence 

Co., N.Y., in 1842, Day, dau. of David, of DePeyster, St. Lawrence 

Co., N.Y. Farmer. 

Child: 

8949. Clark^, b. Oct. 1843, Oswegatchie. 

8950. RosAMOND-SpooNBR^ b. Jan. 1810 ; was married by Rev. Benjamin Bar- 

low, Ogdensburg, N.Y., 22 Aug. 1837, to William Melhinch. born in 
1815, Hebron, Washington Co., N.Y. He was very active in the work 
of the Sanitary Commission; resided in Cleveland, Ohio, many years, but 
in 1875 was living in Illinois. s,p, 

8951. Ransom-Richard', b. Feb. 1812. 



109. 


2. Mabtha, b. 5 Aug. 16Qa 


110. 


8. 8D8AKKA, b. M May, ITW. 


111. 


4. DAiOEub. UMar. 17QB. 


112. 


5. Hankah, b. 16 Feb. 170L 


Hi 


6. EuTH. b. 9 Dec. 1705. 


114. 


7. Jo8UB» b. 6 Mar. 1709. 




Bf 2d marriage: 


115. 


a. Mabt. 



-K HiU^ Iluichins^ Buckman^ Mor^. 763 

8^2. 8olon-Pordyck\ b. 8 Aug. 1815; was married by Mr. Titus, Ogdensburg, 
N.Y., 20 Sept. 1854, to Catherine Hartley, dau. of John-S. and Abigwl 
(White) of €k)uyerneur, N.Y. Lumber merchant. 

Res. 1875, Ben$telaer Falh, St, Lawrence Co.^ K Y. 

Children bom In Lisbon, 8t. Lawrence Co., I^.T., as follows: 
8958. 1. WilUam-W»., b. 8 Aug. 18-. 

8954. 2. Albert-C»., b. Oct. 1857. 

8955. 8. Edward-H'., b. Dec. 1859. 
8950. 4. Florence*, b. 4 Nov. 1863. 

8957. 5. Herbert', b. 8 July, 1866. 

8958. Sxjsan-Janette^ b. Feb. 1818; was married by Rev. J-A. Savage, Ogdens- 

burg, N.Y., 18 July, 1848, to Charles Hill, b. 14 Nov. 1815, Albany, 
N.Y. Res. 1875, Cleveland, Ohio. 

Children bom in Ogdensburg: 

8959. 1. Charles-William-Herbert*, b. 24 May, 1849. 

8960. 2. Alice- Amelia*, b. 6 Dec. 1853; married David Hutcliiiis. 

Res. 1875, OgderuSmrg, N, Y. 

8961. Geobqs-Wilkb8\ 

8962. JOSEPH*, [8901] {Egra\ EewMah^ RicharcP, M\ Kendfn\) died at the 
**We8t"; married Anna Curtis. She married 2d, 22 Aug. 1820, John Washburn. 
[See 5900.] Mr. Winslow removed from Barnard, Vt., to Stockbridge, N.Y. 

Children : 

8963. 1. LoRiNO-SpooNEit, b. 12 Mar. 1808; married Joanna Richmond, who died 

leaving no children. He married 2d, Mary Brown, and had seven sons, 
all of whom res. near Saginaw, Mich. He is a very influential man ; has 
been a temperance lecturer. Res. 1874, Saginaw^ Mich. 

8964. 2. Clabibsa, b. 18 Sept 1811 ; married . 

8965. 8. JosEPH-H., b. 22 Aug. 1815. Perhaps the same as Henry given below, as 

the dates of birth of only three children have been sent to us. 

8966. 4. Hrvrt, removed to Stockbridge, but returned to Barnard, Yt., where he 

died. 

8967. EZRA*, [8902] (.Ewa*, Hezekiah^ Richard^, Jdl^, Kendm\) b. 10 Apr. 1782, 
Hardwick, Mass. ; d. 27 Mar. 1857, Ware, Mass. ; married, 1 Jan. 1807, Anna Pratt, 
of Rutland, Rutland Co., Yt., b. 16 June, 1783, at R ; d. 26 June, 1858, Ware. 
Resided in Barnard, Yt ; removed, probably in 1836, to Ware, Mass. 

Children: 

8968. 1. EuzA, b. 17 Jan. 1808, Barnard, Vt ; d. 8 Feb. 1829; married, 14 Mar. 

1828, Thwing Buckman, of Betliel, Windsor Co., Vt s.p. 

8969. 2. Nathas-Curtis, [8974] b. 11 Aug. 1811; d. 16 Feb. 1860; married Anna 

Beckwith. 

8970. 8. Alicb-Mabia, b. 20 Aug. 1817, Barnard; d. 20 Dec. 1836, Ware, Mast. 

8971. 4. Martha-Elmira, [8983] b. 28 Jan. 1820; m. Calvin-Parsons Morse. 



764 Descendants of Ezra* Winslow. K 

8972. 5. Mabt-Ccbtis, [8988] born in Bftrnard;.!^ deceased; m. Newell Gone. 

8973. 6. Edward, b. 21 Dec. 1827, Barnard; in 1870 was unmarried. 

Ues. Lafcrenee^ Kansas, 

8974. NATHAN-CURTI8^ [8969] (E^a\ Eira\ Hetekmli^ Richard}, J<^, AV 
nelm\)h, 11 Aug. 1811, Rutland, Vt. ; d. 16 Feb. 1860, PhilHpston, Worcester Co., 
Mass.; m. WliitehaU, N.Y., 12 May, 1886, Anna Beckwith, of W., b. 11 Oct. 1817, 

at W., dau. of Dyer and Susanna ( ) of W. She died 2 Feb. 1869, Ware, Mass., 

and was buried there. He was a blacksmith and carpenter. 

Res. Whitehal!, N.Y., and Ware, Mass. 

Children: 

8975. 1. Nathan-Edward*, b. 4 June, 18H7, Whitehall; d. 20 Oct. 1845, Ware. 

8976. 2. Rkv. Ezra-Dyer*, b. 6 Sept. 18^9, Whitehall; received the degree of 

A.M. from Wesleyan University, 3Iiddletown, Ct, July, 1870. He was 
married by Rev. ^Ir. Martin, at Ware, Mass., April, 1859, to Sarah- Jane 
Ay res, b. 4 Feb. 1841, Barnard, Vt., dan. of James-P. and Martha-T. 
(Flagg) of Woburn, Mass. Res. WhitehaO^ 1?).Y., Ware, Franklin, and 
Aubumdale, Mass. 

Child: 

8977. Arthur-Francis*, b. 19 Sept. 1860, Phillipston, Mass. 

8978. 8. Susan-Elmiba", b. 4 June, 1842, Whitehall; married Walter Whitak«r. 

Res. 1870, Auburndale, Muu^ 

8979. 4. Laurinda-Eliza*, b. 19 Apr. 1844, Whitehall; married Henry WithereU. 

Res. 1870, Ware, i/i/«». 

8980. 5. Edward-Cubtis*, b. 30 Oct. 1848, Ware, Mass. 

Res. 1870, Avbumdale, Mam. 

8981. 6. Myron-Ellison", b. 6 Feb. 1858. P.O. add. 1870, 4 Province St.^ Boetan. 

8982. 7. Harix>n-Newellon*, b. 28Aug. 1855. 

8983. MARTHA-ELMIRA*, [8971J {Ekra\ Ezra\ Hezekiak\ Richard}, Jol^, Ke- 
nelm\) b. 28 Jan. 1820, Barnard, Vt. ; married, 6 Oct. 1844, Calvin-Parsons MOKSE, 
s. of Calvin and Lucinda (Parsons). Res. 1874, Wiire, Mom. 

Children born in Ware: 

8984. 1. Clara-Augi'sta. b. 28 Oct. 1848; d. 26 Nov. 1852, Ware. 

8985. 2. Adda-Mrlita, b. 28 Feb. 1850; d. 10 Mar. 1852. 

8986. 3. Jennie-Elizabkth, b. 29 Oct. 1862; d. 22 Feb. 1853, Ware. 

8987. 4« Edward-Parsons, b. 18 Nov. 1855. 

8i^ MARY-CURTIS', [8972] {iSa-a; Ekra', Hezekiah\ RichartP. M\ Kendm\} 
bcrti in Barnard, Vt ; is deceased ; married Newell CONB, of Ware, MadS. 

Child: 

8989 Ellen, married . 

[Two other children, bat we have not their names.] 



^ Oeorge-Jiex' Winsiow and Descendants, 705 

8990. GEOUGE-REX', [8904] {Ezra^ Hezekiak^ Richavd\ Jdl^, Kenehn\) b. 16 
Oct. 1788, Hardwick, Mass.; d. 29 Oct 1862, Ware, Mass., and was there buried. 
He married in Barnard, Vt., 10 Mar. 1314, Lucy (Hark, b. 11 July, 1790, Petersham, 
Mass., dau. of David and Pbebe (Dean) of P. Blacksmith; also held various town 
offices. Kes. Barnard, Yt, and Ware, Mass. His widow res. in Enfield, Mass., with 
her daughter, Mrs. Gillett 

Children : 
8991. 1. Dakiel-IUnbom\ b. 10 Jan. 1815, Barnard; d. 22 Feb. 1878, Ware, and 
was buried there; married at W., 1 Oct. 1840, Sarah-Perry Tisdale, of 

W., b. 20 Jan. 1814, dau. of John and Sarah ( ) of W. Blacksmith. 

Res. Ware^ Ma$$, 
Children bom in Ware: 
8IK^ 1. Francis-Daniel*, b. 29 Aug. 1843; married at Ware, 24 Sept. 1868, 

Emma-Electa Phinney, b. 25 Dec. 1842, Wendell, Mass., dau. of 

Roland-Blackmore and Emeline ( )• Blacksmith. 

Kes. 1874, Ware, Mau. 
Children: 
8998. 1. Edgar-Danish, b. 4 Apr. 1864. 

8994. 2. Minnis-Emma*, b. 16 Aug. 1865. 

8995. 8. Waldo-Franeu^, b. 4 Mar. 1867. 

8996. 4. Charle8-Edwm% b. 10 Mar. 1869. 

8997. 2. John-Tisdale", b. 9 Nov. 1847 ; was educated at a mercantile college. 

He married at Ware. 8 Mar. 1872, Abby-E. Gates, of W. 

8998. 3. Oscar-Judson*, b. 28 Mar. 1858. 

8999. 8. LucT-EvEiiiNB^ b. 10 Apr. 1816, Barnard; d. 8 June, 1876; was married 

by Rev. A. Guernsey, in Ware, 12 Feb. 1837, to Lorenzo Fairbanks, 
b. 4 June, 1811, at B., s. of Luther and Lucy (Lewis) of B. 

Res. Ware, Man, 
Children bom in Ware : 

9000. 1. Francis- Augustas', b. 19 Nor. 1887; d. 20 Sept. 1838, and was buried 

at Ware. 
Henry-Lucius*, b. 27 Jan. 1S39, 
George-Edwin', b. 8 Oct. 1840. 
Luther-Monroe', b. 8 Oct 1842. 
Jnlia-Eyeline*. b. 20 Mar. 1844; d. 12 July, 1870, and was buried at 

Ware. She was married in W., by Rev. A-P. Perkins, 1 Oct. 1868, 

to William Watson, of Hillsboro, 111. 

Child: 

9006. Francis- AuguUiu^, b. 20 June, 1870 ; d. 26 Oct. 1870. 

900Q. 6. Jasper-Lorenzo*, b. 20 May, 1847. 

9007. 7. Abbie- Annette', b. 27 Feb. 1850; m. by Rev. E. Tattle, at Ware, 10 

May, 1870, to Henry Morgan, of Palmer, Mass. 
9006. 8. Lizzie-Jane', b. 17 Nov. 1852; d. 19 Oct. 1857, and was buried at 

Ware. 



9001. 


2. 


9002. 


8. 


9003. 


4. 


9004. 


6. 



766 Descendants of George-Rex* Wiivdow. K 

9000. 9. Charles-Rafas*, b. 30 Sept. 1855. 

9010. 10. Lucy-Emma', b. 17 Aug. 1857. 

9011. 3. Db. Jo8BPH-WIN8Low^ b. 8 Mar. 1819, Barnard, Vt. ; received the degree 

of M.D. from Berkshire Medical College, in 1845; married in Enfield, 
Mass., 18 May, 1857, Emily-Eveline Bement, b. 3 Feb. 1885, Ashfield, 
Mass., dan. of Dr. Jared, of A., and Emily* (Smith), who was dan. of 
Dr. Enos* Smith (Phinehat^, ChiUab*, Chileab', Samud^), for many years a 
physician in A., and an active and influential citizen. The father aiid 
mother of Mrs. Winslow dying when she was quite young, she w:is 
adopted by her uncle Edward* Smith of Enfield Mass. (son of Maj. 
David*, who was brother of Dr. Enos*), whose first wife, Eliza Smith, 
was her mother's sister. 

Dr. Winslow is a skilful physician and surgeon ; has been justice of 
peace for the last fourteen years, and county coroner seven years, which 
office having been abolished, he was appointed by the governor, June, 
1877, medical examiner for Hampshire county, which office he now 
holds. He removed from Enfield to Easthampton, Mass., in 1861. 

Res. 1887, Eoitkamptony Mom. 
Children : 

9013. 1. Susan-Ellen*, b. 25 May, 1860, Enfield. 
9018. 2. Edward-Smith*, b. 2 Feb. 1866, Easthampton. 

9014. 4. Dr. Jasper-Clark*, (twin of Joseph- Winslow') b. 8 Mar. 1819, Barnard, 

Vt.; d. 18 Dec. 1886, Danville, 111.; married at Half Moon, N.Y., 12 
Apr. 1848, Mary- Jane Morris, born in that town, 31 May, 1824, daughter 
of Theodosius and Gillettie (Schouton) of Half Moon. He was senior 
warden of the Protestant Episcopal Church; served as alderman and 
mayor. Was by profession a dentist ; also a horticulturist and geologist, 
being a discoverer of undescribed fossils, among others of the Nautilus 
Winslowii, a name applied at the Smithsonian Institute, Washington, 
D.C. Res. DarmOe, lU. 

Children : 

9015. 1. Persis-Laurenda*, b. 15 Jan. 1849, H. M. ; d. 25 Jan. 1859, New Haven, Ct. 

9016. 2. Charles-K*., b. 80 May, 1859, Springfield, HI; d. 14 Feb. 1886. 

Danville, IH 

9017. 5. Georob-Edwin^ b. 9 Dec 1820, Barnard; m. Ware, Mass., 25 Oct 1843, 

Elouisa Cooke, b. 2 Nov. 1820, Johnson, Vt., dau. of Joshua and Abigail 
(Bliss) of Chicopee Falls, Mass. Carriage-maker. Res. 1877, Ware, Man, 
Children : 

9018. 1. Edwin-Cooke*, b. 4 Jan. 1845, West Brookfield; married at North- 

ampton, Mass., 5 Aug. 1771, Sarah-Loud Strong, b. 26 Feb. 1843, 
Pittsburg, Penn., dau. of Sidney and Eliza (Warner) of N. Drug- 
gist. Res. Wart*, Boston, and, 1877, l>anmUe, lU, 

9019. 2. Joseph-Augustus*, b. 19 Mar. 1846, Ware; died there, 18 Mar. 1847. 

9020. 8. Sarah-Elouisa*, b. 11 Feb. 1848, Ware; m. there, 25 Dec. 1867, William- 

Henry Oibbs, b. 22 May, 1842, Greenwich, Mass., s. of Lucas and 
Electe (Dunbar) of W. Machinist. Res. 1874, Eart/ard, Conn, 



K Job^ WhiBiow and DeaceiidcmU, 767 

9W1. 4. Joseph-William', b. 27 Dec. 1849, Ware; married there, 18 Not. 

1869, Sarah-Jane Lynde, b. 11 Jan. 1850, Leicester, Mass., dau. of 
Edward-Bangs and Mary- Jane (Colby) of L. Carpenter. 

Res. 1874, OUbertvUle^ ffarduoiek^ Mom. 
Children: 
9023. 1. \ is deceased. 

9023. 2. S(m\ b. 6 Feb. 1874, Gilbertville. 

9024. 5. Rosamond', b. 24 Mar. 1854, Ware; died there, 8 Not. 1863. 

9025. 6.* £mily-Jane% b. 27 Mar. 1859, Springfield, 111. 

9026. 7. Persis-Lillian*, b. 19 Not. 1860, Ware; died there, 11 July, 1862. 

9027. 8. George-Harry', b. 8 Apr. 1863, «• 

9028. 6. Persis-Lubinda*, b. 1 June, 1826, Barnard, Yt ; married, as 2d wife, at 

Ware, Mass., 15 Sept. 1868, Daniel-Bates Gillett, b. 21 July, 1819, South 
Hadley, Mass., s. of Daniel, Jr., of S.H., who was born in Windsor, Ct, 
and Edith (Bates), bom in Granville, Mass. He has held the offices of 
selectman, county commissioner, and state senator. Woolen manufac- 
turer, and treasurer of the Minot Manufacturing Company. By a former 
marriage he had two sons: Daniel-Bates and Rufus-W., M.D. B.p. 

Res. 1877, Ei^fUUL, Masa. 

9029. JOB', [1958] {Hezehiah^ Bichard^, Job^, E€Mhm\) died when his son Job 
was an infant, probably in Massachusetts, leaving a wife and another son named 
Thomas. His wife's name was Margaret Cooley, b. 13 Not. 1757, Greenwich, Mass., 
dau. of Benjamin and Mary (Needham) of G., and sister of Col. Benjamin Cooley, 
one of the first settlers of Pittsford, Yt [She married 2dy Peter Rice, of P., and 
died 81 Dec 1808.] Farmer. PUUfw^ Vt. 

Children: 

9030. 1. Thomas, [9032] died in Hamilton, O. ; m. Sarah (Squires) Mead. 

9031. 2. Job, [9084] bom in 1788; d. 18 June, 1828; m. Lucy Spencer. 

9032. TUOMAS*, [9080] (Jo6*, Eezekiah\ Richard^, /oft", ^«i«;wi»,) died in Hamil- 
ton, Butler Co., Ohio; married, in 1802, Sarah (Squires) Mead, widow of Timothy 
Mead, and probably dau. of widow Mary Squires, who married in 1791, Dea. Caleb 
Hendee, of Pittsford. Mr. Winslow resided in Greenwich, Mass. ; removed to Pitts- 
ford, Vt., about the year 1802, and from that town about 1818, but to what place 
we have not been informed. — Bidory qfPUUford^ Ff., p, 317. 

Child: 

9083. 9 married Hume ParrizL Firm of Parrin ^ Johnson. 

Res. 1874, Cineinnati, Ohio. 
[There were four other children, of whom only one was living in 1871.] 

9084. JOB«, [9031] {Job\ Eeeekiah\ Richard', Jdt^, Kendm\) bom in 1783. 
Hardwick, Mass. ; died 18 June, 1828, aged 45, at Pittsford, Yt., and was buried 
there. He married in that town, in 1807, Lucy Spencer, a native of Pittsford, dau. of 
William, of P. She died 13 July, 1825, at P., and was buried there. He enlisted 
and served a short time in the war of 1812 ; was at the battle of Plattsburgh as a 



768 Judge HoraoerSpenoefi^ Winslow* ^ 

Tolunteer; was also a private and afterward lieutenant of militia. He was a fanner 
in Pittfiford; '* located on the south part of the Rice farm. He had, as early as 28 
Jan. 1809, bought of Peter Rice (who had married his widowed mother) fifteen acres 
from the south part of his farm, and soon after built the house which, after his mar- 
riage, he occupied till his death in 1828/' This house is now standing, about one 
hundred rods south of Ransom Burditt*8. — Hilary o/PU^ford^ Vt.^ p. 352. 

Children: 
0085. 1. Elhanak-Spj&ncbb, [0044] b. 27 Jan. 1808; m. Elmina Slngsley. 

9086. 2. Horace, [9064] b. 12 Oct 1809; m. Mary-Rice Henry. 

9087. 8. William, [9076] b. 15 Sept» 1811; m. Frances Enapp; m. 2d, Fannie- 

Barker Wheelock. 

9088. 4. CoRODON, [9080] b. 1 July, 1818; m. Sarah- Ann Wheaton. 

9089. 5. LoTAL, b. May, 1815; d. 25 Mar. 1887, and was buried in PittsfordL Ho 

was killed by the kick of a horse. 

9040. 6. Mart, died young. 

9041. 7. Harriet, ** 

9042. 8. Frankldc, [9087] b. 1 July, 1821 ; m. Sarah-Horton Paine. 
9048. 9. Charles-M., [9094] b. 1 Mar. 1828; m. Nancy-E. Smith. 

9044. ELHANAN-SPENCER^ [9035] (J6b\ M\ Hezekiah\ Richard*, Jd^, K^- 
ndm\ ) b. 27 Jan. 1808, Pittsf ord, Vt. ; married there, 8 Mar. 1888, Elmina Kingsley, b. 
10 Jan. 1812, at P., dau. of Joshua and Lucy (Robinson) of P., and gr. dau. of Nathan- 
iel and Rebecca (Edgerton), also of P* He was captain of militia in Pittsford. 
Farmer. Res. 1871, Newton^ Jasper Co,^ Iowa. 

Children born in Pittsford, Vt : 
9045. 1. Charlbs-Frai^cis*, b. 1 Sept. 1885; nL Newton, Iowa, 25 Deo. 1861, 
Anne Turck, b. 9 Sept. 1888, Qeneva, Ontario Co., N.Y., dau. of Abram 
and Mary (Draper) of G. He enlisted at Newton, to serve one hundred 
days, 21 May, 1864, in Co. B, Capt. Joseph Rodgers, 48th Reg. Iowa 
Infantry; was. discharged 20 Oct. 1864, at Rock Island Barracks. 

Res. 1871, IfewUm^ Iowa. 
Children bom in Newton : 
jK)46. 1. Harriet-Caroline*, b. 16 Aug. 1864. 

9047. 2. AJma-Kingsley*, b. 80 Apr. 1867. 

9048. 2. Thomas-Soott^, b. 25 Apr. 1830; d. 80 Sept 1836. 

9049. 8. Judge Horaob-Spenoer", b. 18 July, 1887 ; m. Pittsford, Vt, 7 Nov. 1858, 

Sarah-Emily Duoklee, b. 2 Oct 1837, at P., dau. of Siloeand Elizabeth 
(Booth) of P. The following extracts are from an article written by E- 
B. Sherman for the VermonJb Heeord and Farmer: — Conspicuous among the 
Yermonters in Iowa, and as an example of what patient industry, unswerv- 
ing integrity, and persistent fidelity to principle can accomplish, may be 
mentioned Hon. Horace-8. Wmslow, Judge of the Second Circuit of the 
Sixth District of Iowa, and residing in Newton, Jasper County. He was 
bom in Pittsford, July 18, 1837. Having received a common school 
education in the district school of his native town, and about a year of 
•* finishing " at Brandon Seminary, he entered, when 18 years of age, the 



Judge Horace'Spencer^ Winslow. 769 

law school in Ponghkeepsie, N. Y. ReinainiDg there but a few months, 
he removed to the Ohio State National Law School, where he was gradu- 
ated with honors in 1856. Having previously determined to seek his 
future livelihood in the West, he turned his steps immediately ih that 
direction, and arriving in Newton, the newly fledged lawyer decided to 
i^main and practice his profession. Possibly he may have been in- 
fluenced in making this decision by the important and unpleasant fact 
that his pecuniary resources had been reduced to five cents when the 
stage reached Newton. Notwithstanding his practical efforts to illus- 
trate the virtue of economy, he had denied the inner man the accustomed 
solace of ** daily bread " until a slighted and indignant stomach had be- 
come imperative in its demands for its ** rights,*' and i-etrenchment in 
some other direction. Thus it was that Winslow became an Attorney at 
Law at Newton, at the age of 19 years. Oa taking a careful inventory 
of his ** goods, chattels, and effects" on that summer morning, he found 
himself plus Kent's Commentaries and Chitty's Pleadings, a limited 
wardrobe, and the aforesaid **five cents," lawful money of the United 
States ; and minus a '' square meal," and entirely innocent of 
any knowledge of the peculiar ** Code " of Iowa, under which 
practice is essentially different from the ** common law" meth- 
od taught in the schools. ... It would not be diflScult for 
a fertile imagination to conceive a combination of circumstances 
more pleasing. But Winslow had habits of industry, acquired 
among the hills of Vei-mont ; he had more than the modicum of ** pluck " 
which is accrttdited to a ** Green Mountain Boy"; and he had an un- 
faltering faith in his future success; and zealously applied himself to. the 
necessary measures to achieve it. Newton was at this time rather a fron- 
tier part of civilization than otherwise, and the method of conducting 
suits there was not always modeled closely after the Supreme Court ut 
Washington. The first suit brought by **Esq. Winslow" was for the 
balance of an account of about |«1 The defendant did not relish the 'free- 
dom of speech " of this maiden effort, and upon the rendition of the ver- 
dict, he conunenced an ** assault and battery vi et armis," with such vehe- 
mence and ability that the sheriff was compelled to interfere and protect 
the lawyer from this novel and striking mode of taking an appeal from 
the judgment of the court to a castigation of the attorney. It is perhaps 
unnecessary to remark that this peculiar *' practice " is not a part of the 
regular **code" of Iowa, though formerly not an unfrequent episode. 
During the second year of his practice, and before it had become lucra- 
tive, Winslow was offered $500 per annum to become the uttoniey of an 
association of liquor dealers, and defend them for violation of the 
law. Tempting as was this offer, he indignantly refused it, and declared 
he would not defend a rumseller, if the alternative were starvation. In 
1862, Winslow was elected District Attorney for the Sixth Judicial Dis- 
trict, which ofllce he held for four years, and then returned to his regular 
practice. In 1868, he was nominated as the Republican candidate for 
Judge of the Second Circuit of said district, and elected by an over- 



770 Descendants of ElAa/nmirSpencer' Winslow. ' K 

whelming majority of aboat 8,000. At tbis time the firm, of which he 
was the senior member, were attorneys for two raibxiads, one bank, and 
for the county, beside having a large and lucrative general practice, 
both in the State and U. 8. courts. Judge Winslo w was but 81 years of age 
when elected to the Bench, and is the youngest meml>er of the Bar who 
has donned the ermine in the State. He is a hard student and deeply in- 
terested in everything bearing upon the profession. His briefs and 
arguments before the Supreme Court are clear and logical, and without 
any attempt at rhetoric or eml>ellishment As a citizen he is public- 
spirited ; as a public officer, diligent, faithful, and incorruptible. With 
a position so high already attained, there seems no obstacle to the attain- 
ment of the highest honors in the gift of the State, should his aspira- 
tions tend in that direction. [See also HUtory ofPUUfard, Vt., p. 591.] 

Res. 1874, Newton^ Iowa. 
Children: 

9050. 1. Kate-Elizabeth*, b. 14 Mar. 1800. 

9051. 2. Jessie-Loraine\ b. 21 Mar. 1862. 

9062. 4. Claribsa-Mabia*, b. 12 Dec. 1838; m. Newton, Iowa, 18 June, 1856, 
Jeffrey-M. Stone, b. 10 July, 1820, Granville, Licking Co., Ohio, s. of 
Samuel and Nabby (Stedman) of Bennington, Licking Co., Ohio. 
Wholesale merchant Firm of Bobbins, Stone & Hyde, 510 Broadway. 
Res. Granville, O., Newton, Iowa, and, 1871, New York City. 

Children: 

9058. 1. Samuel- Winslo w», b. 81 May, 1857, Granville, O. 

9054. 2. Virgil-Hillyer*, b. 1 Aug. 1861, Newton, Iowa. 

9055. 5. Willard-Childs', b. 8 Aug. 1841 ; m. Newton, 25 Dec. 1864, Barah-Ellen 

Reynolds, b. 18 Dec. 1842, New Washington, Clarke Co., Ind., dau. of 
Bamum and Martha (Mathews) of N.W. He enlisted 15 July, 1861, at 
Burlington, Iowa, in Co. B, Fifth Iowa Infantry; served under Colonels 
Worthington, Matthias, Banbury, and Sampson; and under Captains 
Chapman, Tait, and Pennywitt. Farmer. In 1865 he settled in New- 
ton, Iowa, where he was residing in 1871. 

Child: 

9056. Horace-Loyal*, b. 23 Dec. 1867, Newton. 

9057. 0. Luct-Elmina*, b. 15 Aug. 1848; m. at Newton, 21 Sept. 1865, Samuel 

Fcdlor, b. 10 June, 1835, Bucyrus, Crawford Co., Ohio, s. of Andrew 
and Elizabeth (Myers) of Cumberland Co., Pennsylvania. He enlisted 
in Co. D, 40th Iowa Reg. ; was discharged after three years service. 
Judge and farmer. Res. Malak, Jasper Co., loWa; removed, in 1865, to 

ifmcton^ Jmoa, 

Children bom in Newton : 

9058. 1. Clarence-Winslow*, b. 7 Dec. 1867, 

9059. 2. Elnaer-Judson*, b. 22 May, 1868. 
90C0. 8. Harland'-Justln*, b. 16 June, 1869. 



K Hcrac^ Winslow and Descendants. Ill 

1K)6I 7. Georqk-Fbajiklin*, b. 8 Doc 1846; d. 4 Sept. 1860, I^ewion. 
9062. 8. Habrikt-Slua% b. 10 Apr. 1840; d. 6 Aug. I860. 
906a. 9. Hblek-Mabt*, b. 17 Julj, 1854. 

9064. HORACB\ [9086] (Job\ Job*, Heuhiah\ Richard^, Joti', Kendm\) b. 13 
Oct. 1809, Pittsford, Vt ; married there, 8 July, 1888, Mary-Rice Henry, born in P., 
dan. of Heman and Polly (Blood) of P. Farmer and mechanic. 

P.O. add. Croton, and, 1876, Hartford, Uckmg Oo., Ohio, 

Children: 
9066. 1. Mart-Jaks*, b. 16 Dec. 1889, Pittsford; m. Hartford, O., 6 Sept. 1865, 
Henry-Dwight Edgerton, a. of Samuel and Phebe (Ross) of Watson, 
Hich. Res. Hartford, Ohio, and Watson, Mich. 

1874, Allegan, Allegan Co.^ Mitk. 
Child: 

9066. Prank- Winslow*, b. 12 Sept 1866, Watson. 

9067. 2. George-Henrt*, b. 15 Noy. 1848, Hartford, O. , m. by Rev. John Sailer, 

at Allegan, 6 Oct 1668, to Julia-Evelyn PuUen, b. 10 Mar. 1847, at A., 

dau. of William and Nancy ( ). He enlisted at Hartford, O., 22 

Aug. 1862, in Co. F, 118th Reg. Ohio Vol. Inf., Col. Wilcox, from 
Columbus, Ohio, commanding; served until the close of the war, and 
was honorably discharged at Cairo, Illinois. He was one of several hun- 
dred soldiers detailed to guard rebel prisoners at Camp Douglass, Chicago. 
While acting in this capacity, a plot was laid to kill the guard and set at 
liberty the prisoners, who numbered more than ten thousand. It was, 
however, discovered the evening before it was to be carried into execu- 
tion, the leader captured, and a large amount of fire-arms and ammunition 
seized at their headquarters, a house in the submbs. Farmer. Res. 
Selma and Watson, Mich. 1874, Clam Lake, Westford Co., Mich 

Children : 

9068. 1. James-Horace', b. 20 Sept 1870, Watson. 
0069. 2. Mary-Edna', b. 9 Sept 1878, Allegan. 

9070. 8. Harribt-Amelia*, b. 28 Oct 1847, Hartford, O. ; in 1874 was unmarried. 
V071. 4. Wbslky-Lbwis', b. 19 Sept 1849, Hartford, O. ; m. by George-G. West, 
Johnstown, Licking Co., O., 29 Apr. 1878, to Mary-£liza Quimby, dau. 
of Caleb and Lydia (Markwith) of Jefferson, O. Mechanic. 

Res. 1875, Aln'onia, AUegan Oa.^ Mi^ 
Child: 
9072. Frederick-Atton*, b. 22 3!nr. 1878, Hartford, O. 

9078. 5. Herbbrt-Edward% b. 28 Apr. 1856, Hartford. 
9074. 6.1ADA-L0UIBA*, b. 11 July, 1858, Hartford. 
9076. 7. «lDA-LtjiELLA«, b. 11 July, 1858, ** 

9076. WILLIAM\ [9087] (M*, J<^, Sixekiah^ mofun^, Jo^, K0nelfn\) b. 15 
8ept 1811, Pittsford, Yt ; was married by James Jordan, in Croton, O., to Frances 



772 Descendants of Jdb^ Window. K 

Knapp, who died at C, and was buried there. He married 2d, Ogdensburgh, N.T., 
17 Apr. 1847, Fannie-Barker Wheelock, b. 8 Apr. 1818, Pittsford, dau. of James and 
Lucy (Barker) of O. He has been postmaster and town treasurer eighteen years; 
farmer and merchant. Bemoyed from Vermont about 1884. 

Res. 1874, MUan^ Eris Co.t 0. 

Children bom in Croton: 

9077. JosEPHiNE-LxJOT, d. 25 Feb. 1860, and was buried in Croton. 

9078. Elbertine-Amblia, d. 28 Dec. 1846, " 

9079. Jamks-Willib, d. 9 Jan. 1854, ** 

9080. CORODON\ [9088] (Job*, Job", Htaekiah\ Bichard*, M", KeneZm\) b. 1 
July, 1813, Pittsford, Vt.; m. Trenton, Delaware Co., O., 27 Oct. 1842, Sarah-Ann 
Wheaton, born in Trenton, Essex Co., N.J., dau. of Silas and Mary (Egbert) of Tren- 
ton, N.J. Res. 1871, Dmiven^ McLean Co.y Hk 

Children: 

9081. 1. Fbanobs-Louisa, b. 8 Aug. 1848, Licking County, O. ; died there, 1 Sept 

1848, and was buried in Haitford, O. 

9082. 2. CoRmTHiA-AnN, b. 17 June, 1846, Knox County, O. 
9088. 8. WiLLiAM-FRANKLm, b. 18 June, 1848, Knox County, O. 

9084. 4. MiMiTiB, b. 14 June, 1850, McLean Co., 111. ; is deceased. 

9085. 5. James, b. 1 Sept. 1854, " ; d. 15 Nov. 1854, McLean Co. 

9086. 6. Maby-Elizabeth, b. 24 May, 1856, ** 

9087. FRA^KLLN'% [9042] (Job*, Job\ Hezehiah\ Eichard\ Job\ Kendm\) b. 1 
July, 1821, Pittsford, Vt. ; married there, 22 Sept. 1845, Sarali-Horton Paine, b. 23 
Apr. 1825, at P., dau. of Asa and Harriet (Horton) of V.—Hi$t, of PitUfordy Vt,^ p. 
717. He enlisted at Brandon, Vt., 20 Aug. 1862, in Co. G, 12th Vt. Reg., and was 
mustered into service 4 Oct. 1862 ; oflBcei-s: Gen. Casey, Col. Asa-P. 31unt, Capt. 
Ebenezer-J. Ormsbee; was discharged 18 May, 1863. Farmer. Res. New Bedford, 
Mass., Pittsford, Vt., Albany, N.Y., Hartford, O., and Leicester, Addison Co., Vt. 

1874, Brandon, Rutland Co.y VI. 

Children: 

9088. 1. E|IMA-L*., b. 9 Aug. 1846, Hartford, O. ; was married by Rev. E-H. Bying- 

ton, Windsor, Windsor Co., Vt, 12 Nov. 1868, to James Lawrence, of 
Brandon, Vt., bom there, 8 Oct. 1844, s. of 0-E. and Emeline (Wood) 
of B. Trader. Res. Windsor and, 1874, Brandon^ Vk 

Child; 

9089. May-Etheline*, b. 1 May, 1872, Brandon. 

9090. 2. LoTAL-D*., b. 18 June, 1848, Leicester, Vt. ; was married by Rev. Charles 

HiU, at Whitehall, Washington Co., N. Y., 27 Nov. 1870, to Ella-L. 
Mallory, b. 29 July, 1852, Sudbury, Rutland Co;,.Vt., dau. of Nathan 
and Louisa-M. (Prior) of S. Farmer. 

Res. Leicester and, 1874, Brandon^ RuiXand C^., Ft. 



^ Zuthet* Wmslow and Bescefidanie. 773 

ChUd: 

009L Edna-Ida*, b. 2 Aug. 1878, Brandon. 

1K>93. 8. £lla-A*., b. 8 Sept. 1850, Leicester; was married byC-A. Thomas, D.D., 
Brandon, 12 Nov. 1868, to Braman-J. Williama, b. 5 Nov. 1845, at B., 
•i of Orrin and Lydia (Lindsley) of B. He served one year in the war of 
the rebellion. Farmer. Bea. Benson and, 1874, Brandon^ VL 

CbUd: 
9098. Frank-Winslow*, b. 18 Sept. 187B, Brandon. 

9094. CHARLES-M\, [9048] (Job'', Job^, Uezekiafi^ Michard*, J6^, KefMLm\)\^. 1 
Mar. 1828, Pittsford, Vt ; married, 5 Jan. 1848, Nancy-E. Smith, of Rutland, Vt, 
b. 8 Feb. 1831. He was adopted by Elder Anthony Rice, son of Peter Rice, who 
was the second husband of Margaret (Cooley) Winslow [9029], the grandmother of 
Charles-M*. He inherited the Rice farm, which he occupied till April, 1864, when 
he sold it to Ransom Burditt. [See 9034.] A year later, he removed to Brockport, 
N. Y., where he was residing in 1878. 

Children : 

9095. 1. Aliob-L., b. 21 Feb. 1850; in 1870 was a teacher in the Commercial De* 

partment of the State Normal School at Brockport, N. Y. 

9096. 2. LouiSE-A., b. 4 Jan. 1858. 

9097. 3. Elldb-N., b. 7 Feb, 1856. 

9098. 4. William-Ney, b. 27 July, 185^ 

9099. 5. Ohablbs-L, b. 28 Sept 1860. 

9100. LUTHER*, [1955] {Wmiam\ Richard^, Jdb\ Kendm\) b. 7 June, 1747, 
(O.S.); d. 21 Feb. 1881, Fall River*, Mass., aged 83y., 8m., 8d.; was married by 
Thomas Gilbert, of Freetown, Mass., 28 Aug. 1778, to Lucy White, b. 7 Feb. 1750 
(O.S); d. 80 Oct. 1779, Fall River, aged 29y., 8m., lOd. He married 2d, 17 Aug. 
1780, Julane Cory, bom on Long Island, died in 1791 or '2 ; married dd, 2 Nov. 
1793, Hepzibah Smith, b. 18 July, 1764, Taunton, Mass., d. Id May, 1810; m. 4th, 
Kaomi [Davis]. Fall River, Masi, 

Children: 

9101. 1. Luther, [9111] b. 19 June, 1774; d. 1801; m. Phebe* Valentine [12761]. 

9102. 8. Frederic, [9168] b. 24 Not. 1775; d. 29 Jan. 1859; m. Mercy' Valentine 

[12765]. 
9108. 8. Merrick, b. 21 May, 1777; died unmarried. 

By 2d marriage : ' 

9104. 4. Lucy, b. 11 May, 1781; d. 81 Jan. 1786. 

9105. 5. GiDEOK, b. 19 Dec. 1782; died unmarried. 

* FaU River vas formerly a part of Freetown, and was incorporated as a distinct town by the 
name of Troy, in 1808. In 1884 its name was ohansed to that of the river within its borders, at the 
juoction of which with the Taonton river, the viilaga is built. Freetown was incorporated in 1688, 
and wan bo called beoaase its purchasers were freemen. The first settlers were from Plymouth, 
AlarshUeld, ocitnate, and Taunton. Among the early names are Winslow and Marston. {HisL of 
t^Ul River, with f)netown aivd Tiverton, and Barber's Moms, i/ist. Coil.] 



774 (7apt iMther* Window and De^cmdanU. K 

9106. 6. William, b. 16 Jan. 1785; is deceased; married ^ and left two 

daughters, both of whom died in South Carolina. 

9107, 7. Sabah, [9180] b. 2 July, 1787; d. 12 July, 1857; m. Isaac Borden. 

[Three other children, by the second wife, lived but a short time.] 
By 8d marriage: 
0108. 8. JuLAKB, b. 9 June, 1798; in 1871, was unmarried. 
1)109. 9. Jakes, bom in 1796; died 1885, in South Caioiina; married at the South, 

and left children. 
9110. 10. Smith, [9182] b. 29 May, 1800; m. Prissy-Deane Andros. 

9111. CAPT. LUTHER*, [9101] {Luther*, Wmiam\ HicharcP, J6b\ KeruHm\) b. 
19 June, 1774; died in 1801, at the West Indies, and was buried there. He married 
in Freetown, Mass., 15 Nov. 1796, Phebe* Valentine [12761], b. 16 June, 1771, F., 
dau. of William and Sybil* (Winslow) of F. He was a sea-captain. His widow mar- 
ried 2d, at Freetown, 1809, John-Perrit Webb, b. 14 Oct 1777, New London, Ct., 
s. of Naphthali and Elizabeth (Squires) of Norwich, Ct. Inn-keeper and farmer. He 
died 14 Oct 1848, Lenox, Madison Co., N.Y. She died there, 5 Feb. 1856. Their 
child, Jane*, was unmarried in 1874, and residing at Oneida, Madison Co., N.Y. 

Children: 

9112. 1. Lucy, [9116] b. 26 Jan. 1796; d. 16 Aug. 1844; m. Thomas-Durfee 

Chaloner. 
9118. 2. Wm-Valektine, [9181] b. 29 July, 1797; d. 26 Dec. 1854; m. Susan- 

Luther Caned y. 

9114. 8. Ltither, [9184] b. 18 Nov. 1798; d. 2Feb. 1865; m. Sally Wilson. 

9115. 4. Sybil, [9151] b. 15 June, 1800; d. 20 May, 1827; m. James Graham. 

9116. LUCy, [9112] (Luther*, Luther^, Wmiam\ Richard^, Jdf^, Kendm\) b. 26 
Jan. 1796; d. 16 Aug. 1844, Fall River, Mass.; was married by Joseph Read, Esq., 
8 Sept 1814, to Thomas-Durfee OHALONBB, b. 20 Sept 1789, s. of Walter and 
Hope (Durfee) of F.R. Carpenter. FaU Bioer^ Mam. 

Children bom at Fall River: 

9117. 1. LucT-WiN8L0W», b. 6 Aug. 1815; was married by Rev. J-P-W. Ware, at 

Fall River, 21 Jan. 1845, to Charies Seward, b. 13 Oct 1811, Bangor, 
Me.« s. of William and Mary (Trafton) of B. Carpenter. 

Res. 1874, FaU Bk>er^ Man. 

Children bom at Fall River: 

9118. 1. Mary.A\, b. 18 Dec. 1845. 

9119. 2. Jane-C»., b. 17 Nov. 1847. 

9120. 8. WilUam-T*., b. 18 Mar. 1851. 

9121. 4. Hattie-G*., b. 1 Jan. 1855. 

9122. 1L William-Valehtihe*, b. 12 Feb. 1817; was married by W. Allen, Way- 

land, Mass., 1 Nov. 18—, to Mary-Bocon Dudley. 

Res. Boston, Wayland, and, 1874, Woreuttr, Ma$$. 



K Descendants qf Capt. Luther* Winslow. 775 

Children: 
9128. 1. WilUe-Dudley*, b. 29 Mar. 1851, BoBton; d. 84 Not. 1851. 

9124. 2. Walter-Lewi8% b. 20 Not. 1852. Ret. 1874, FaU JUver, Jftw. 

9126. 8. Winslow-Thomas*, b. 12 July, 1859, Wayland. 

Res. 1874, Wareeder^ Man. 
9128. 8. Ahh-Elizabbth*, b. 27 Mar. 1821; d. 19 July, 1839, Fall RWer. 

9127. 4. Janb», b. 16 Jan. 1824; died 9 Dec 1847, Fall River. 

9128. 5. Thomas- W*., b. 10 May, 1826; in 1874 was nnmarried. 

Res. Copperopolia, California. 

9129. 6. 6bobob-Grats8*, b. 21 Apr. 1828; in 1874 was unmarried. 

Res. 1874, OopperopoUs^ Col, 

9180. 7. LuTHBB-W*., b. 5 Mar. 1882; in 1874 was unmarried. 

Rea. Ifm» Bedfcfdy Mom, 

9181. WILLIAM-VALENTINE', [9118] (XnOdr*, lAOhm^, Wmom\ Eiehard\ 
JW, Kenelm\) b. 29 July, 1797; d. 26 Dec 1854, Oneida, N.T., and was buried 
there; was married by ReT. R-M. Randall, Fall RiTer, Mass.^ 22 Not. 1842, to 
Snaan-Lutber Canedy, b. 19 Jan. 1812, at F.R., dau. of W-B. and Susan-Hughes 
(Luther) of F.R He was postmaster and merohant at Oneida, N. Y. 

She rei. 1874, FaU Ek>er, Mau. 

Children bom in Oneida: 

9182. 1. WiLLiAM-LuTHBB, b. 24 June, 1849; 1874, he was a book-keeper, and un- 

married. Rea. FaU Riv&r^ Ma$$, 

9183. 2. SusiK-PHEBB-HuGHBfi, b. 28 Aug. 1852. Res. 1874, FaU Mii>&r^ Man. 

9184. LUTHER', [9114] (XuM^, Lathei^, Wimam\ Richard^, Jol^, Kenelm\)h. 
18 Not. 1798, at Troy, afterward Fall River, Mass. ; died there, 2 Feb. 1865; was 
married there, by Joseph-E. Read, Esq., in 1825, to Sally Wilson, b. 15 July, 1804, 
dau. of Hezekiah and Wealthy (Terry) of F.R. She died, 81 Mar. 1859, at F.R. 
He held Tarious town offices; was. selectman from 1835 to 1889. Farmer. 

FaU Biver^ Mao, 

Children bom in FaU River: 

9185. 1. Harribt", b. 14 May, 1826; d. 22 Sept 1858, Taunton, Mass., and was bur- 

ied there; was married by Josoph-E. Read, Esq., 15 Aug. 1847, to 

Charles-Frederic Johnson, b. 5 Mar. 1828, at T., s. of Charles and 

Abigail (Codding) of T. Res. Taunton, Mm. 

C^ldren bom in Taunton: 

9136. 1. Abbie-Elizabeth*, b. 16 May, 1848. Res. 1874, Taunton, Mau. 

9137. 2. Charles-Luther^, b. 1 Jan. 1852. '* 

9188. 8. William-Edward*, b. 17 Sept 1854. *« 

9189. 4. Harxiet-Estelle*, b. 28 Sept 1857; d. 8 Feb. 1870. 

9140. 2. LuTHBR*, b. 27 July, 1827; married . Res. 1875, FaU Fiver, Man. 

9141. 8. WiLLiAM-VALmiTiNB', b. 11 Juue, 1829; d. 2 Oct IWO, Fall RiTer. 



776 Descendants of CapL Luihcr Winslow. ^ 

• . 

9142. 4. Chablks*, b. 8 Apr. 1881 ; was married by Rev. Erastus Maltby, at Taun- 

ton, 18 Sept. 1860, to Henrietta-M. Elsbree, b. 18 Oct 1839, Fall River, 
dto. of Henry and Mary-IL (Davis) of F.R. Mariner. 

Res. 1874, Fall River, Ma». 
Children bom at Fall River: 

9143. 1. Charles-F»., b. 29 June, 1868: d. 11 Aug. 1804. 

9144. 2. Henry-L*., b. 22 Nov. 1865. 

0145. 5. Wbalthy-Jane', b. 5 June, 1888, Troy, now Fall River; was married, as 
2d wife, by Rev. Erastus Maltby, at Taunton, 18 Mar. 1860, to Charlc^ 
Frederic Johnson, whose first wife was Hariiet* [9185]. He was bom 
5 Mar. 1828, Taunton, s. of Charles and Abigail (Codding) of T. He 
has been a member of the school committee, i-epresentative to (General 
Court, justice of the peace, and assessor. Brick manufacturer. s.p. 

Res. 1874, Taunton, Mas$. 

9146. 6. Phkbe-E*., b. 15 Jan. 1885; d, 9 Jan. 1842, Fall River. 

9147. 7. George*, b. 6 Sept. 1887; d. 14 Nov. 1888, 

9148. 8. Sarah-Elizabeth*, b. 23 Sept. 1842; was married by Rev. Mr. Jamca, 

Pall River, 29 Dec. 1864, to Philip-H. Wilbor. b. 3 Jan. 1843, Little 
Compton, R.L Carpenter. Res. 1874, Steep Brook, Fall Rwer, Mass. 

Children bom in Fall River: 

9149. 1. Harry-D*., b. 9 Aug. 1865. 

9150. 2. Annie-E*., b. 9 Apr. 1867. 

9151. 8YBIL^ [9115] {Luther'' Luther*, WiUiam\ Rvchard", M^, Kenelm*,) b, 
15 June, 1800, Fall River, Mass. ; d. 2X) May, 1827, Lenox. N.Y., and was buried 
there; was married by Ira Olds, at Lenox, to James OBAHAM, of Canastota, in L., 
b. 5 Mar. 1799, s. of James and Eunice (Gaines) of Connecticut. He died 6 Aug. 
1840, Nashville, Tenn., and was buried there. 

Res. Madison, Canastota, and Lenox, N. Y, 

Children: 

9152. 1. Fbamobs-Marcia*, b. 16 July, 1822, Lenox; was married by Erw in Allen, 

D.D., Vemon, N.Y., 4 Feb. 1846, to Geoige-Whitefield Bronsoii,b. IC 

Oct. 1819, Vernon Centre, s. of Ira and Clarissa (Foote) of Chatham, 

Ct Farmer. Res. 1874, Vernon Centre, Oneida Co., JV'. F. 

Children bom in Vemon : 
9158. 1. Ira-Graham*, b. 8 Dec. 1846. 

9154. 2. Clara-Frances*, b. 8 Jan. 1850; was married by Rev. E-H. Bonney, 

at v., 8 Jan. 1878, to Willard-Dellart Mason, b. 22 Feb. 1849, at 
v., 8. of Charles and Marian (Newell). Book-keeper. 

Res. 1874, New Fork City. 

9155. 8. George- Hosmer*, b. 25 Mar. 1852. 

9156. 4. James-Harvey*, b. 7 Jan. 1859. 

9157. 2. HAnRiET-MARiA\ b. 8 Feb. 1824, Lenox; was married by Washington 

dtickney, Vernon, 10 June, 1856, to Warren Olark, b. 4 Apr. 1806. at L., 



K Frederic* Window and DesoendanU. 777 

«. of Sylvester And Mary (Perkins) of East Haddam, Ct. Farmer. Res. 
Cana8tota,N.T., and Ann Arbor and Green Oak, Mieh. 

1874, South Lyon, Mich. 

Children: 

9158. 1. araham-W*., b. 28 Mar. 1857, Lenox. 

9159. 2. Agnes-J'., b. 27 Dec. 1859, Green Oak. 

9160. 8. Cbarlotte-Phkbb*, b. 28 Aug. 1826, Canastota, N. Y. ; was married by 

Jasper-R. Gregory, at Vernon, 16 Jan. 1854, to Edmund Hills, of V., b. 
9 Nov. 1824, Sullivan, Madison Co., N. Y., s. of Edmund and Lois 
(Elolmes). Lumber dealer. Res. Canastota and Syracuse, N.Y. 

1874, Boche^ter, JV. 7. 

Children: 

9161. 1. Winslow-Holmes^, b. 18 Dec. 1854, Syracuse. 

9162. 2. Charlotte Maria*, b. 9 Aug. 1858, '* 

9168. FREDERIC*, [9102] {Luther*, WiUiam^ RieharcP, Job\ Kcnelm\) b. 24 
Nov. 1775, Freetown, now Fall River, Mass. ; died at F.R. 29 Jan. 1859; married 
in Freetown, October, 1804, Mercy* Valentine [12765], b. 27 Apr. 1782, at F., dau. 
of William and Sybil* (Winslow) of F. She died 21 Dec. 1888. He was a sea-captain. 
[See foot-note to 9100, concerning Fall River.] ^aU Hiver, Mau. 

Children: 

9164. 1. Rowena', b. 25 Feb. 1806. Res. 1873, FaU Rlter, M<m. 

9105. 2. GEOROE^ b. 14 Nov. 1808; was drowned, Sept. 1841, in Long Island 
Sound, and buried at filack Rock, Ct. He married in Fall River, 1889, 
Ruth Rickctson. In 1873 she was residing with her daughter, Mrs. 
Eddy, at West Newton, Mass. 

Child; 

91 G6. , married Caleb-Frank Eddy, of Fall River. 

Res. 1873, Wevt Newtotiy Mass, 
9167. 3. Frkdbric\ b. 8 Sept. 1811, Fall River; was married by Abner Jones, 12 
Jan. 1834, to Lydia Peirce, b. 10 Feb. 1810, dau. of Elijah. She died 6 
June, 1838. He was married 2d, by Philemon Russell, 20 July, 1841, to 
Clarissa Borden, b. 18 JJay, 1813, dau. of Amos and Mary (Hathaway) 
of F.R. Sea-captain. Res. 1876, FaU Elver, Mam. 

Children, none of whom were married in 1875: 

0168. 1. Mercy-V'., b. 10 Nov. 1843. 

0169. a. George*, b. 19 Apr. 1845. 
11170. 8. Isaiah-B*., b. 17 Jan. 1846. 

9171, 4. Mary-H«., b. 2 Oct. 1849. 

9172. 4. Lucy', b. 81 Aug. 1816; in 1874 was unmarried. Res. FdU River, Mem. 
9178. 5. Albert', b. 2 June, 1820, Fall River; m. New York City, 16 May, 1849, 

PermeU Chace, b. 18 Dec. 1820, Assonet, in Freetown, Mass., dau. of 



778 Smith* Winslow and Descendants, K 

George and Amy (Hathaway) of A* Ho was city marehal in 1867-8. 
Master mariner. Res. 1878, FaU Biver^ Ma8$. 

Children: 
9174. 1. Hope*, b. 14 Feb. 1850, Assonet. 

0175. 2. Amelia', b. 8 Dec. 1851, Fall River. 

9176. 3. Ella-Frances*, b. 19 May, 1858, F.R. 

9177. 4. Frederick*, b. 22 July, 1856, ** 

9178. 6. Albert*, b. 2 Mar. 1857, " 

9179. 6. William', b. 7 Feb. 1824. Res. 1873, FaU River, Man, 

9180. SARAH*, [9107] {lMih^\ Wmiam\ Richard^, M\ Kendm\) b. 2 July, 
1787; d. 12 July, 1857; married Isaac Borden, of Bristol, R.L 

Child : 

9181. , married Richard Smith, of Bristol. B,QB,Bri$tol^ RL, but jpcnds 

the winter months on his plantation in Cuba. 

9182. SMITH*, [9110] (Lutlier^, WiUiam\ Richard^, Jol^, Kenslm\) b. 29 May, 
1800, Fall River; m. Berkley, Mass., 20 Sept. 1827, Prissy-Deane Andros, b. 
17 Nov. 1802, at B., dau. of Rev. Thomas and Sophia (Sanford) of B. He was 
a rex)resentative in 1888, and selectman in 1834; was elected alderman 4 Nov. 1856. 

Res. 1871, on the old homestead at Fall River^ Mom. 

Children bom at Fall River: 

9183. 1. Isaac-Border^ b. 20 July, 1828; d. 30 June, 1858, West Indies; married 

Grace Baird, of Philadelphia. He was a seaman. 

Child: 

9184. Isaac-Borden*, bom in Philadelphia. In 1871 he was residing at Fall 

liiver, Mass., with his grandfather Smith* Winslow. 

9185. 2. TnoMAS-SMiTfi% b. 27 Sept 1830; d. unmarried, 22 Feb. 1858, Fall River. 

9186. 8. Orin-Fowler^ b. 4 Dec. 1832; married, Boston, 2 Nov. 1869, Jennetta- 

Ann Hatton, b. 29 Dec. 1835, Chepstow, Eng., dau of William and Ann 

( ) [Daniels] of C. Weigher and ganger. He resided at Fall River 

until 1850; in 1855 removed to Boston. 

P.O. Add. 1874, 29 JBawkim Street^ Boston. 
Child: 
9181 Sophie-Hepzibah*, b. 7 Aug. 1860, Boston. 

9188. 4. Jaubs-Hbnrt^ b. 14 May, 1836; married Elizabeth Goodier, b. 29 May, 

1889, Manchester, Eng. Machinist Bes. 1871, FaU River, Maw, 

Children bom at Fall River: 

9189. 1. Leander-Andros*, b. 27 Mar. 1859. 

9190. 2. Henry-Smith*, b. 21 Nov. 1867. 

9191. 5. Elizabkth-Bordbn^, b. 7 June, 1843; in 1871 was unmarried. 

Res. Fall River, Mass. 



K Reed, WrigUington^ Baker, LobdeU. 779 

9192. JOHN*, [1959] (Tnttiam*, BicKard^, J6b\ Kenelm\) b. 12 Sept. 1765; d. 14 
Sept 1829; married, 18 Jane, 1784, Bethiah Spooner, of Taunton, Mass., b. 17 Oct. 
1763, dan. of Ebenezer and Mary (Morton) of Middleboro. She died 12 Feb. 1887. 
He married 2d, Mary Merrick, of Freetown, Mass. Shoemaker. Fall IHverj Man, 

Children: 
9198. 1. Ebekbzbr-Spooksr, [9208] b. 6 Oct 1785; d. 9 May, 1822; m. Candace 
Weaver; married 2d, Elizabeth Reed. 

9194. 2. Mabt-Mbrrick, b. 6 May, 1787; married Daniel Beed, s. of Daniel and 

Sarah ( ). Res. 1870, FaUBMer, Mass, 

9195. 8. Seth, [9214] b. 27 Jan. 1789; d. 20 Dec. 1863*, m. Dorcas Hathaway. 

9196. 4. Pelhax, b. 9 Not. 1790; died at sea, aged about 18 years. 

9197. 5. John, b. 17 Oct 1702; m. 18 June, 1821, Electa Nichols, dau. of James 

and Rachel ( ). Res. 1870, Bennington^ Vt. 

9198. 6. Hbrct, b. 22 Oct 1794; m. John Wrightington. 

Res. 1871, Fall Biver, Mass. 

9199. 7. Daniel, b. 24 Feb. 1797; m. 18 Sept 1828, Ruth Marvel, dau. of Robert 

and Betsey ( ). Res. 1870, Warren, BL 

9200. 8. Bethia, b. 18 June, 1799; in 1870 was unmarried. Res. FaU Biver^ Mass, 

9201. d. Frbdbrick, [9228] b. 19 Mar. 1801; m. Betsey Marvel; m. 2d, Phebe 

(Slade) Cartwright; m. 8d, Phebe-Ann [Dexter]. 

9202. 10. Elizabeth, b. 8 Apr. 1808; in 1870 was unmarried. Res. FaU Biter, Mass. 

9208. EBENEZER-SPOONER*, [9198] (John\ William', Bicliard\ M\ Kenelm\) 
b. 6 Oct 1785; d. 9 May, 1822; married Candace Weaver, who died 8 June, 1810, 
aged 24 years, ace. to Dea. Ebenezer* Winslow's account book of tomb-stones made, 
etc. [806.] He married 2d, 80 July, 1812, Elizabeth Reed, dau. of Lieut Jonathan 
and Ellen (Law), and gr. dau. of Jonathan and Eunice (Weaver). Mrs. Winslow 

married 2d, William Baker, and 8d, Lobdell ; and had Benjamin- W., Ichabod^ 

James, Ruth, who died 20 Oct 1798, aged 22 years, Clarissa, who married 

Cromell, and Richmond. — Beed Family^ p. 424. 

Cliildren: 
9204. 1. Ebenezer^ b. 7 Dec. 1814; married, 8 Mar. 1840, Christiana-L. Hartwell, 
b. 15 Dec. 1819, dau. of Alfred and Fanny (Brown). She died 14 Apr. 
1859. He married 2d, 10 Nov. 1860, Mary-Ann Miller. 

Res. 1870, Schuyler's Fads, Plattdmrg Township, M T. 
Children : ' 

©205. 1. George-H*., b. 25 June, 1845; d. 19 Aug. 1864. 

9206. 2. Frank-E»., b. 10 Aug. 1850. 

9207. 2. Daniel-B\, b. 24 May, 1821; married Abigail Church, b. 5 June, 1821, 

dau. of John and Lucia ( ). Res. Burlington, Vt, 

Children: 
920a. 1. Lucy-Emma*, b. 21 Sept 1847. 

9209. 2. Josephine-A*., b. 21 Feb. 1849. 

9210. «. CharlefrA*., b. 8 Oct 1851. 



780 Seth* Window and DescendanU. ^ 

9211. 4. Orrin-E«., b. 12 Sept. 1855. 

9212. 5. Martha-E»., b. 4 Sept. 1858. 
9218. 6. Mary-A*., b. 12 May, 1861. 

9214. SETH», [9195] (John\ WiUiam^ Bichard*, Job\ Eendm\) b. 27 Jan. 178ft, 
Fall River, Mass. ; d. 20 Dec. 1868; married in Freetown, Mass., 8 Feb. 1818, Dor- 
cas Hathaway, b. 8 Oct. 1795, at F., dau. of Malboum and Nancy (Marvel) of F. 

Fall River, Minus. 

Children bom at Fall River, with the exception of Mercy: 

9215. 1. Mercy', b. 20 Nov. 1818, Freetown, Mass. ; married at Fall River, 29 Nov. 

1841, Joel-Blackinton Arnold, b. 23 Nov. 1815, Cumberland, R.I., 8. ol 
Welcome and Wealthan (Blackinton) of Barrington, R.I. il^Iachinist. 

Res. New Bedford and, 1871, Fall River, Mai$. 
Children : 

9216. 1. Osman-Lemoyne-Clarkson', b. 17 Jan. 1845, Fall River. 

9217. 2. Pelham-Torrey*, b. 26 Feb. 1848; d. 21 Jan. 1850, New Bedford, and 

was buried there. 

9218. 2. Capt. Thomas-Hathaway', b. 18 Nov. 1821 ;d. 6 July, 1867, Fall River; 

married there, 15 July, 1849, Mary Borden, dau. of Amos and Polly 
(Hathaway) of F.R. She died 18 July, 1867. He was a sea-captain. 

Res. Fall River, Mom. 
Child: 

9219. Velma*. b. 26 July, 1855, Fall River, 

9220. 8. Pblham\ b. 15 June, 1828; was a teamster, and died at Matamoraa, 

Texas, during the Mexican war. The date of his death is not known by 
his friends. 

9221. 4. Gn^BKRT-HATHAWAT*, b. 10 Aug. 1825; m. Fall River, 19 June, 1859, 

Irene Hathaway, born in 1881, at F.R., dau. of Oeorge and Mehetabel 
(Chase) of F.R.. She died 10 July, 1865. Quarryinan. s.p. 

Res. 1871, Fall River, Mau. 

9222. 5. JoHK^ b. 16 Jan. 1829; m. Fall River, 80 Sept. 1860, Amanda-Frances 

Buffington, b. 24 May, 1840, F.R., dau. of Daniel and Eliza (Gray) of 
F.R. Machinist. He was in California nearly three years. 

Res. 1871, Fall River, Mau. 
Children bom in Fall River: 

1. Luella-Frances*, b. 15 Sept 1868. 

2. Minnie-Rebecca*, b. 10 Dec 1867. 
SETH-WILLIAM8^ b. 26 May, 1832; d. 1 Sept. 1835, Fall River. 
Abiel- Williams^, b. 29 Sept. 1885. 
£msline-Lans% b, 8 Jane, 1889; in 1871 was unmarried. 

Res. FaU River, Mau, 

9228. FREDERICK*, [9201J iJohn\ WiUiam\ Richard", Jdt^^ Kenelm\) b. 19 
Mar. 1801 ; married, 20 May, 1826, Betsey 3Iarvel, dau. of Robert and Betsey (^— ). 



9228. 




9224. 




9225. 


6. 


9226. 


7. 


9227. 


8. 



^ Chace, Dexter^ Tiiikham. 7S1 

She died 24 Jan. 1837. He married 2d, 17 July, 1887, Phebe (SUde) Cartwright, 
widow of Foster Cartwright. She died 14 May, 1841. He married 8d, 5 Sept. 1842, 
Phebe-Ann [Dexter], widow of Stephen Dexter. Res. 1870, Someriet^ Mom, 

Children: 
•229. 1. Spoonbr% b. 6 Mar. 1827, Fall River; married, November, 1868, Marietta 
[Aldrich], widow of Theodore-Nelson Aldrich. Res. 1870, TaunJUtn^ JTom. 

Children born in Taunton : 

9280. 1. Ann»-Chace*, b. 28 Aug. 1865. 

9281. 2. Fiank-Bvcrett», b. 19 Nov. 1857. 

9282. 8. Marietta*, b. 6 Feb. 1860. 
9288. 4. Carrie-Dexter*, b. 12 Jan. 1868. 

9284. 2. Fbsdsrigk^ b. 26 Mar. 1829, Somerset, Mass. ; married, 10 May, 1855, 
Joliette-Graves Wood, dan. of Gkorge and Mercy (Weaver). 

Res. 1870, TaurUfiny Man 
Children: 

9235. 1. Julietta', b. 19 Mar. 1856, Taunton. 

9236. 2. Linus- Archer*, b. 8 Nov. 1858, Somerset 

9287. 8. ANNA-ELIZABETH^ b. 27 June 1831, Somerset; d. 3 July, 1876; married, 

28 June, 1851, Clark Ohacey s. of Clark and Nancy ( ). 

Res. 1870, Somm'set^ MasB. 
Children bom in Somerset: 

9288. 1. IdarBelle*, b. 27 Oct 1857. 

9289. 2. lizzie-Clark*, b. 12 Sept 1862. 

9240. 4. Carolinb-Ford^ b. 16 Apr. 1833, Somerset; d. 21 Feb. 1867, Providence, 

R.I. ; m. 9 Sept 1858, Charles-Henry Dexter, s. of Stephen and Phebe- 
Ann ( ). [See 9228.] s.p. 

9241. 5. Phbbb-Sladb^, b. 15 Apr. 1841, Somerset; married there, 12 June, 1866, 

John-Gilbert* Tinkham [4899], b. 4 Mar. 1839, Freetown, s. of John, 
bom in Middleboro, and Hannah-Gilbert^ (Winslow), bom in Freetown, 
Mass. Book-keeper. Res. 1877, Sotnersetj Ma$t, 

Child: 

9242. Adalaide-White***, b. 16 Dec. 1S70, Somerset 

9248. WESTON*, [1964] {Bdtcard*, Richard}, J6b\ Kendm\) b. 20 Apr. 1761; d. 
19 Jan. 1827; married, 21 Jan. 1776, Elizabeth* Winslow [^72], b. 28 Apr. 1755, 
dau. of George* and Phebe (Tisdale) of Freetown. She died 7 Oct 1848. He was a 
member of the Society of Friends. Dartmouth^ Mass. 

Children: 

9244. 1. RuFUB, b. 17 Oct. 1776; d. 23 Aug. 1858, Scipio, N.Y. ; married and left 

three children. 

9245. 2. Joseph, died young. 

9246. 8. Lydia, b. 23 June, 1781 ; d. 12 June, 1807. 



783 SyhiV {Window) Russdl and Descendants. K 

9247. 4. Sybil, [9250] b. 4 May, 1783; d. 1808; m. Perry Bussell. 

9248. 5. Abigail, b. 28 July, 1790; d. 19 Dec. 1868. 

9249. 6. WssTON, b. 8 July, 1792; d. 18 Jan. 1827; rem. to Ohio and married. 8.p 

9250. SYBIL*, [9247] (F«ftw» Edward\ Richard^, Job\ Kenelm\)h. 4 May, 
1783; died in 1808; married, 10 Apr. 1800, Perry BTTSSELL. The dates of tliia 
family are found oa the New Bedford Quaker Meeting Eeoordi. Mr. Ruasell married a 
second time, and had Sudan, John, and Elizabeth. 

Children : 

9251. Wme, [9253] died 10 Sept 1844; m. Elizabeth Smith. 

9252. Akn-H., [9267] married Artemas Willard. * 

9258. WING*, [9251] {ByfnJ^ {Window) BuBSell, We»Um\ Edward^, Eichard^^ 
Jc^^ Kenelm\) died 10 Sept. 1844, at Syrncnae, and was buried in Buffalo, N. Y. 
He was married in tiie Friends meeting, New Bedford, Mass., 8 Sept 1825, to 
Elizabeth Smith, of K.B., b. 27 Dea 1793, S., dau. of Abraham and Zerviah (Rick- 
etson) of New Bedford. Druggist Res. Buffalo and Syracuse, N.Y. In 1875 she 
was in Napa City, California. 

Children: 

9254. L Lydia-Savagb^, bom in New Bedford, Mass. ; was married by Rev. Samuel- 

J. May, Syracuse, 19 Apr. 1848, to Wells-David Walbridge. 

Res. 1875, Napa City, Oak 

Children bom in Buffalo: 

9255. 1. Ru8sell.David% b. 1 July, 1849. 

9256. 2. Joseph-S*., b. 16 June, 1851; d. 7 Jan. 1852, and was buried in 

Forest Lawn Cemetery, Buffalo. 

9257. 8. Elizabetb-Russeir, b. 18 Jun. 1852; d. 10 Feb. 1854, and was buried 

in Forest Lawn Cemetery. 
9268. 4. Caroline-Taber*, b. 22 May, 1858; d. Fob. 1860, at B. 

9259. 6. Sarah-Loui8a\ b. 4 Not. 1861; d. 18 Aug. 1804, New Bedford, Mass., 

and was burled in Buffalo. 

9260. 2. RoBEBT-WiNG% b. 12 Oct 1832, New Bedford; was m. by Rev. Wm-M. 

Blackburn, Erie, Pcnu., 29 May, 1862, to Elizabeth-C. Curry, dau. of 
W-C, of Erie, who died 6 Feb. 1871, and Ruth-E. (Jones), who died 8 
Feb. 1865, Buffalo; both were buried in Erie. Merchant 

Res. Syracuse and Buffalo, .N.T. ; Mead ville and, 1875, Erie, Fean. 

Children bom in Erie: 

9261. 1. William*, b. 17 Apr. 1863; is deceased. 

9262. 2. £mma-Y*., b. 15 Oct 1864. 

9268. 8. Sybil', b. 28 Oct 1866; is deceased. 

9264. 4. Sylvia-0*., b. 10 Jan. 1871. 

9265. 5. Qeorge-Cain', b. 24 June, 1874. 
9265\ 6. Elizabeth-C*., b. 9 July, 1875. 



K Willard, Dcmol^ Wheaton^ Pitcher^ Hale^ LutJierj But^ncm. 783 

9266. a. Stkphen-Smith*, b. 8 May 1884, New Bedford; died aged eight months, 
at Buffalo, and was buried there. 

9267. ANN-H'., [9252] {SyUL* {Wirnhvo) BuaseU, WesUm\ ^ward\ Eiehard% 
Jcll^y Kendni\) married Artemas WILLABD. Hes. 1775, Fall Biver, Mass, 

Child: 

9268. AhkibV married James Davol. 
Child: 

9269. Annie*. 

9270. JOB*, [1972] (Oliver*, Jo9eph\ Jotl'y Kenelm\) b. 28 June, 1746,, 5waw«jy 
JUe, ; married Sarah Luther, born in Swansey. The town clerk of Swansey informs 
us that no further record of Job* is found there. 

Children : 

9271. Edward, died at sea, unmarried. 

9272. Abner, married in Bristol. He died at sea. s.p. 

9278. John-Perry, [9281] died at Fairhaven. Mass. ; married . 

9274. . Gardner, [9288] died at sea; married Martha Lake. 

9275. Job, died young. 

9276. Job, [9306] married Sophia Logan. 

9277. Mary, or Polly, [9311] b. 30 Apr. 1774; d. 8 Jan. 1857; m. Joseph 

Wheaton. . 

9*-*78. Sally, [9837] married Edward Pitcher; m! 2d, Coomer Hale. 

9279. Nancy, [9889] married Coomer Luther, of Warren, R.L 

9280. Elizabeth, died in childhood. 

9281. JOHN-PERRY*, [9273] {Job*, Oliver^, Joseph^ Jt^, Kenelm\) died at 

Fairhaven, Mass., where he had resided; married . Soap-maker. 

She res. Fairhaten^ Mans. 
Children : 

9282. Johk-Pbrrt. Res. 1876, Fairhaven, Mim, 

9283. Edward. 

9284. Ann- Eliza, married Capt. Butnum. 

9285. Sbraphine. 

9286. Sam CTRL, is deceased. 

9287. Abnrr, is deceased. 

9288. GARDNER*, [9274] (/<?6*, Oliver*, Jo9eph\ Job\ Kene!m\) d\eci in 1816 (?) 

at Havana, and was buried at Point, opposite the Moro Castle. He married 

Martha Lake, of Portsmouth, Rhode Island. She died 3 Apr. 1870, aged 81, at 
Warren, R.L, and was buried there. He was a privateer in the war of 1812. 

Re*j. Providence and Warren, H L 



17 



784 Descendants of JoV IVinslow. K: 

Cliildren born in Warren: 

9289. 1. Maby-Akn', b. 30 Nov. 1812; married in Warren, George PABKBB, b. 

23 Oct. 1811, W. Res. 18 ;G, Warrm, JL I. 

Children : 

9290. JosepliL*., b. 19 May, 1834, Warren. 

9291. George-H»., b. 27 Sept. 1835, »* 

9292. Abby-C»., b. 29 Jan. 1840, ** 

9298. Charles*, b. 12 Nov. 1844, *» Res. 1875, Warren, R.L; Add. 

Karle & Prew'a Ezpresa, Providence, RL 
9294. William*. 

9296. Leonard*. 

9296. i Gilnian% 

9297. • «Mary*. 

9298. Annie*. 

9299. Jamea-B*. 

9300. 2. GARDNKR%b. 10 Sept. 1814; m. Hallowell, Me., 29 June, 1842, FTarvey, dau. 

of Capt. Harvey and Henrietta (Bessey). [Capt Harvey was formerly from 
Duxbnry, Mass., and isconsinof Miss Marcia Tiiomas, author of MemoriaU 
of Marihfield.] He went to San Francisco, California, in 1849, remaining 
there nineteen months. He had followed whaling three or four years 
previous to this date. Painter. 

Res. 1874, 89 BartleU St., Ch(trU$t<nim, Ifass. 

Children: 
onOl. Harvey- Alphon'so*, b. 23 Dec. 1844; d. 9 Feb. 1869, Hallowell, Me. 

9302. Charies-Alonzo*, b. 30 Dec. 1847; m. Charlestown, 19 July, 1873,' 

Abbie Davis, b. 11 June, 1854, d. of Joseph, who was house and 

carriage painter of South Boston, and Joanna ( ). Painter. 

• Res. 1874, 89 BartUtt St., Charleatown, Ma$$, 

Child : 
9808. Franhlin-Alomo*, b. 18 April, 1874. 

9304. Miriam- Hoi ton', is deceased. 

9305. Henry-Franklin*, b. 5 Sept. 1855; d. 12 May, 1870. 

9306. JOB*, [9276] (Jdb\ OUcrr^ Jon^ph*, Job\ KeneW,) married Sophia Logan, 
of Providence, R. I. He went from Warren to Providence, to work for Messrs. 
Brown and Ives. The workman who was discharged in order that he might fill his 
place was so enraged that he threatened to take the life of Mr. Winslow, who waa 
found dead shortly afterward in Seekonk River, just north of India Bridge. This 
man was known to have been in the toll-house as Mr. Winslow passed through on hii 
way home. Warren^ IL L 

Children: 
9307. Wiixtam', k deceased; married — Stoddard. 



S Miller^ liemingtcnj Whea^on^ iMh^^ Uwvoes. 785 

CSiild: 
9»0a William- Alonzo*, is deceased; married , His widow married 

Naaman Miller, aod, in 1876, res. Providence, RI. 

[There were several pther childrem but we liave not obtained their 

names.] 

98(W. Juma', married Remington, and is deceased. Res. New York City. 

9310. £LiZABETfi% is not living. 

9311. MAUV, [9277] (Job\ Olitet^, Joseph*, Jdf", Kenelm\) b. 80 Apr. 1774, 
Nantucket, M«iss. ; d. 8 Jan. 1857, Providence, U.I., and was buried there; m. 
Warren, li.1., in 1801, Capt, Joseph WHEATON, bom in 1774, at W., s. of Perez 
and Betsey (Cole) of Swansey, Mass. He died 13 Nov. 1S18, in W., and was buried 
m Nantucket, Mass. He was a sea-captain. Joseph w-is the only child of Betsey 
Cole, but there were several children by the second wife, Betsey Jolls. The follow- 
ing dates were copied from grave-stones iu Warren: Perez Wheaton died at sea 
Sept. 1794, aged 44 years, Betsey, his widow, died May 14, 1840, aged 85 years. 
Perez, their son, was lost at sea, in 1807, aged 23 years. Thomas Jolls, their son, 
was killed in the IT. S. ship Chempeake, June 4, 1813, aged 19 years. 

Warren, R.l. 

Child: 

9312. ARDF.rjA-ADAMS, [9318] b. 22 June, 1803, W. ; m. G July, 1828, James 
Luther. 

9818. ARDELlA-AD.\MS^ [9312] (Mary* (Winilaw) Wheaton, Job*, Olif>er\ 
Joseph\ Job'*, Kenslm\) b. 22 June, 1803. Warren, K.I. ; was married there, by Isaac 
Stoddard, 6 July, 1828, to James LUTHER, b. 22 Aug. 1803, Swansey, Mass.; d. 
9 June, 1873, Providence, K.L He was a house-painter. 

She res. 1876, Providence, HI. 

Children; 
9314. 1. Mary- Wheaton*, b. 2 Apr. 1829, Warren, R.L ; was married by Rev. Thos. 
Carv^T, Providence, R. I., 1 Jan. 185.). to J^throMitchel Hawes, a. of 
(ieorge, of Wrenthara, Mass., and Maria (Qreen), a Quakeress, of Frank- 
lin, Mass. George Hawesdied in North Providence, and was buried in 
Providence. Farmer. She has resided in Smithfield and Johnson, R.I. 
In 1876 their addrcas was Prooidetice, H.L, care of Jlatoee Brothers, JVV>j. 
23 and 25 Dyer JSt., and 29 West Waehington .Varket, Nmo York City, 

Children : 

9815. 1. Emeline-Augusta*, b. 17 Mar. 1851, Cranston, U.L 

9«16. 2. Loring-Pond', b. 5 Aug. 1863, Smithfield, K.L 

9817. 8. Maria-Louise', b. 16 Nov. 1856, 

98ia 4. Carrie- Wheaton*. b. 24 Oct. 1860, 

W119. 6. Charles-Erving*, b. 24 Mar. 1863, '' 

9820. 6. Minnie Adama', b. Jan. 18~, N. Proyidenca. 

9391. 7. Idv^^na*, b. Mar. 18—, " 



786 Descendaiiia of Job* Winslow. K 

i 
9322. 2. Elizabeth-Eddy', b. 24 Dec. 1830, Warren; m. by Rev. Franci« SmiUi, 

at Providence, 25 Aug. 1850, to Cornelius Mahony, b, 29 Feb. 1828, 

P., s. of Cornelius and Martha-Champlin (Hill) of P. Cabinet-finisher. 

Res. Gardner and Clinton, Mass. ; Colchester and New London, Ct. ; aod 

Children bom in Providence : 
9828. 1. Wiiliam.Lewis», b. 1 Oct. 1851. 

9S24. 2. Walter-Leonard*, b. 21 Oct. 1858. 

9825. 3. Martha-Champlin% b. 9 xMar. 1^56. 

9326. 4. Clinton-Raymond% b. 5 Apr. 1878. 

9827. 8. Jambs-Edwahd", b. 29 Apr. 1888, Providence; married there, ; also 

married a second time, but we have not ascertained the names of his 
wives. House-painter. Res. Taunton, Mass., and, 1876, Pracidenee^ R,L 

Child : 

9828. Charles-Irving', b. 12 Oct. 1860, Providence. 

9829. 4. Ardelia*, (tmn of James-Edward*^) h. 29 Apr. 1883, Providence; was mar- 

ried there, by Rev. Richard Livesey, Apr. 1856, to Andrew-Jackson 

Simons, s. of Alfred and Eunice ( ) of Connecticut. He died Jan. 

1859, Providence, and was buried there. He was a top-roll coverer. 
Res. Taunton, 3Iass., and Providence, R L She married 2d, probably 
Joiin Manchester. Res. 1876, Central Folk, U.I. 

Child: 
9880. Edward-Everett*, b. 8 June, 1855, Providence; died there. May, 1859 

9o81. 5. Cyrus- Butler', b. 17 July, 1835, Providence; was married there, by Rev. 

Wm. Deming, 9 Apr. 1867, to McEinnon, d. of Locke and Margie 

( ) of the British Provinces. Paper-hanger. 

Ret. 1876, Protidmce, R, I. 
Children born in Providence: 
9882. 1. Cyrus-Butler', b. 1 Aug. 1870. 

9888. 2 Margie-Flora', b. 15 Oct. 1872. 

9384. 8. WilUam-Wheaton', b. 1875. 

9385. 6. WiLLiAM-B*., {twin qf Cymg-Butler^,) b. 17 July, 1885, Providence. 
9330. 7. Emeline-A*., b. 18 May, 1842, P. 

9887. SALLY*, [9278] (Job\ Oliver\ Joseph^ Job\ Kanekn^) married Edward 
Pitcher, of Warren, R.I. After his death she married Coomer Hale, of Warren. 

Child by Ist husband: 
9838. Capt. Au.en-G., bom about 1800; married Eliza Blaisland, of Bath, Me. 
Sea-captain. For many years sailed from the ports of Philadelphia and 
New York. s.p. Res. Bath, Me. 

9889. NANCY*, [9279] (J»*, Oliver*, Joseph*, JoU*, Kenelm\) married Coomei 
LTTTHEB, of Warren, R.I. Both are now decoiised. 



K Burkcy Johnson^ Waldo. 787 

Children : 

d340. Gborgb-Pkrrt, married Naomi , and is deceased. 

She res. 1876, Long Plain, Mom. 

9341. Ann-Eliza, married Burke. 

She res. 1876, LewU Station, BarringUm, Ii.L 

9343. HEifRT-A. Res. 1876, Barrington, R.I. 

9343. CAPT. PELEG», [1976] (Joseph^ Joseph\ Job\ Kendm\) b. 13 Dec. 1743, 
Swan»ey tUc., at Dighton, incorporated 1712, and formerly a part of Taunton, 3Iass. ; 
d. 19 Aug. 1800, Putney, Vt., aged 56, ace. to gravestone. He married, probably at 
Dighton, Betsey Holloway, of Shelburne, Franklin Co., Mass. This town was origi- 
nally a part of Deerfield, called Deerfield North- West. — Mass, Hist. CoUoetionM. She 
was a sister of Hannah Holloway, who married Elder David Long, and had a daugh- 
ter Hannah who became the wife of Dr. George* Winslow [9446], The wife of Peleg* 
died in Shelburne and was buried there. He was a ship-carpenter and became a 
sea-captain; made several voyages to China. Some of the curiosities collected by 
him were consigned to Dr. George* Winslow. of Charlemont, on the death of his 
mother. He was also a farmer. Removed from Dighton to Putney, Vt, with his 
father and brother Joseph. 

Children: 

9344. 1. Elizabeth, [9348] b. 1765; m. Simeon JohnsoiL 

9345. 2. Peleg, [9369] b. 11 Nov. 1769; d. 27 Jan. 1805; m. Rhoda Dutton. 

9346. 8. WiLLiAii, bom in Putney, Vt. ; died there unmarried, aged 50 or 60 

years. 

9347. 4. George, [9446] b. 11 Jan. 1788; m. Hannah Long; m. 2d, Olive Long; 

married 3d, Harriet Severance. 

9348. ELIZABETH*, [9344] (Peleg\ Joseph^ Joseph*, J<^, Kenelm\) bom in 
1765, at Dighton, Mass., or Putney, Vt ; married Simeon JOHNSON, bora in 1761, 
Lancaster, Mass. Removed from Putney to WUliamstowny Vt, 

Clfildren: 

9349. BET8By^ b. 6 Dec. 1787, Putney; m. Williamstown, Vt., 6 Mar. 1811, 
Abiathar Waldo, M.D., of W., .b. 14 Feb. 1780, Alstead, N.H., a. of 
Edward and Jemsha (Thompson) of A. He pursued his medical studies 
in Alstead; died 3 March, 1826. She res. 1871, WiUiamstown^ Vt, 

Children bora in Williamstown: 

9358. 1. Erasmus-Darwin", b. 27 Jan. 1812; died unmarried, 3 July, 1843. 

9351. 2. Cordelia- Viana", b. 12 Apr. 1816: died unmarried, 23 July. 1864. 

9352. 8. Wiuslow-Putnam', b. 20 Nov. 1819; died unmarried, 24 Oct. 1848. 

9353. 8iMEOM% b. 22 Jan. 1791, Dummerston, Vt. ; died in 1878; married, 5 

May, 1829, Hannah Royce, b. 18 Sept. 1796, Marlow,N.H., dau. of Dea. 
Andrew and Lucina (Beck with). He was a volunteer in the war of 
1812. 8.p. Res. 1871, WiUiamstoum, Vt. 



788 Pelcff Winslow and Descendants. K 

9354. Nancy', b. 4 June, 1797, Dammerston; m. Northficld, Vt, 29 Apr. 1834, 
Leonard Latham, b. 12 Dec. 1805, N., s. of James and Polly (Robinson) 
of N, He died 7 Oct 1867, Hartford, Vt. He was a farmer. Rca. 
Moretown, Northfield, and Hartford, Vt. sp* 

She res. 1871, WmiamiUfvm, Vt. 

9855. George- WiKSLOw', married Theodate Purington, of Colerain, Mass. 

She is now deceased. He res. 1871, Post Mills, Orange Co,, Vt. 

Children: 

9356. Elizabeth*, married Rev. Taylor, who was practicing law in 

1871. 

9357. Keziab*, married . 

9358. Alanson', married — . In 1871, his son was residing at White River 

Junction, Windsor Co., Vt. 

9359. PELEG«, [9345] {Peleg\ Josep?i\ Joseph*, Job*, Kenelm\) b. 11 Nov. 1769t 
Putney, Vt. ; died there, 27 Jan. 1805, of fever, aged 85, and was interred in the 
Winslow burial-ground at P. lie was married by Judge Duncan, at Dummerston, 
Vt., toRhoda Dutton, b. 21 Mar. 1771, at D., dau. of Samuel and Rebecca (French) 
of D. He followed the sea for a number of yeai-s; was also a fanner. After his 
death his widow remained at the homestead, carrying ou the farm until the year 1818, 
when her son Aaron-Martin' returned from Shelburnc, .Mass.. wlicrc he had been 
living with John Taylor, and relieved her of this responsibiliiy. Four or five years 
later he made an arrangement to take care of his motlier and pay iiis two brothera 
md two sisters their respective portions. 3Irs. Wiusiow died 26 June, 1862, at 
Dummerston. aged 91 years, and was buried in the Winslow yard at Putney. The 
Ijfimestead was situated in Putney, Vt, 140 rods north of the Dummerston line. 

Children born in Putney: 

9860. 1. Rhopa, [9365] b. 12 July, 1795; d. 23 Dec. 1ST4; m. Valentine Augustus 
Kerr. 

9361. 2. Aaron-Martin, [9896] b. 6 Oct. 1797; d. 27 3Iay, 1875; m. Aurelia- 

Spaulding Willis. 

9362. 8. Rbbbcca-Frengh, [9405] b. 28 Mar. 1800; m. 3 May, 1826, ^Tartin 

Oates. 
i*868. 4. Peleg, ;9426]b. 6 Aug. 1802; d. 16 July, 1871 : m. Nancy Bolles. 
»»64. 6. Samtjel-Dutton, [9445J b. 26 Nov. 1804; m. Sarah- W. Joy. 

9865. RH0DA% [9360] iPeleg\ Peleg\ Josejyh\ Joseph\ Job*, Kenelm\)h. 12 July. 
1795, Putney, Vt. ; d. 23 Dec. 1874, Westminster, Windham Co.. Vt., having spent 
her declining years with her son Alonzo-Darwin". She was married in Putney, 16 
July, 1811, to Valentine- Augustus KERB, b. 8 Mar. 1788, at P., •• of Moses and 
Lydia (Beard) of Massachusetts. He died 27 May, 1859, at P. Putney, Vt, 

Children: 

9366. 1. Ltdia-BeardV b. 9 June, 1812, Putney; was married bj James Tiffta, 
V\ ardsboro, Vt, 8 Mar. 1836, to Clark Bacon. 

Res. 1873, Dummerston, Vt 



K Nororo98i Kidder^ WiUardy Piper^ Billings. 789 

CLUd: 
9867. Harriaon-Kerr*, b. 84 Oct. 1842, Haverhill, Grafton Co., N.H. ; la de- 

ceased. January 2, 1864, be enlisted as a private in Co. E, 9tb 
Reg. Vt. Vols., and July 3, 1865, was commissioned Lieutenant of 
Co. C, belonging to the same regiment. 

9368. 2. Bbtsey-Holloway*, b. 3 Dec. 1814; died unmarried, 28 Aug, 1842, Haver- 

hill. 

9369. 8. Mabia-Rhoda*, b. 5 Mar. 1817, Newfane, Windham Co., Vt; m. by Rev. 

Mr. Wilder. Dummerston, 3 Dec. 1839, to Samuel-Julius Noroross. Res. 
Chesterfield, N.H., Londonderry, Brattleboro, and Dummerston, Vt. 

Children bom in Londonderry: 
9870. 1. Luthera-Lorain*, b. 2 Nov. 1842 ; was married by Rev. Mark Carpen- 

ter, Brattleboro, Vt., to Horace Kidder. Res. Putney, Vt 

Child: 
9371. HattU-Maria}*, b. 7 Sept. 1865, Putney. 

937d. 2. Ellen-Maria*, b. 23 Jan. 1846; was married by Rev. Mr. Dwight, at 

Putney, to Warren WiUard. Res. Putney, Vt. 

Children bom in Putney : 

9878. 1. AUee-Maria'\ b. 81 Jan. 1865. 

9;i74. 2. Mabd-2{&ra}\ b. 18 Jan. 1872. 

9375. 4. Almira-Abioail*, b. 26 Feb. 1819, Putney; m. Londonderry, Vt., 28 Feb. 
1847, David-Austin Piper, b. 25 Feb. 1820, Weston, Windsor Co., Vt., 
s. of Thomas and Betsey ( ) of W. Farmer, Res. Weitton, Vt, 

Children bora in Weston: 

1. Abby-Almira*, b. 22 Nov. 1847; d. 1 Mar. 1848, W. 

2. Sidney-David', b. 22 Sept. 1849. 
8. Ella-Gertrude*, b. 14 Dec. 1850. 

4. I Twin sons*, b. 23 Aug. 1856; one was not living, and the other died 

5. ' 20 Sept 1856, W. 

6. Ebner-Bdwin*, b. 25 Oct. 1858. 
Lovina-Alviba*, b, 1 Mar. 1821; died unmarried, 17 Jan. 1851. 
George- WiHSLow*, b. 10 JVui. 1823; d. 2 Aug. 1825. 
KEBECCA-FREKcn*, b. 11 Mar. 1825, Putney; married there, 20 Nov. 

1849, Seth-Pierce Billings, b. 30 July, 1812, Hardwick, Mass., s. of Dr. 
David and Elizabeth (Pierce) of H. Farmer. Res. 1870, Hardwick^ M<m. 

Children born in Hardwick : 
9385. 1. Henry^Pierce*, b. 13 Nov. 1652. 

i);$86. 2. Lizade-Ella*, b. 25 Dec. 1856. 

9887. 8. Makt-Amn-Luthkra*, b. 18 June, 1827; died in the spring of 1868; mar 

Tied, July, 1850; Harvey Piper. 
9388. 9- Geokob-Auoustos*, b. 26 July, 1832; married, Mar. 1867, Emily Miles. 

Res. 1873, Putney, Vt. 



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790 Descendants of Pele^* Window. K 

9389. 10. Phiijnda-Melvina*, b. 24 Not. 1835; died unmarried, 4 May. 1859. 

0300. 11. Alonzo-Darwin*, b. 19 Dec. 1888, Putney; married there, 17 June, 1869, 
Mary-M. Gorham, b. 4 Oct. 18—, Irasburg, Vt., dau. of James and 
Temperance (- — ) of Coventry, Vt. He took part in the late war, en- 
listing, 30 Nov. 1861, in the 8th Reg. Vt. Vols; through the siege of 
Port Hudson, was in the Department of the Gulf, under Gen. Butler; re- 
moved to Virginia, 12 July, 1864, and served under Gen. Sheridan in 
the Shenandoah Valley ; was in eight battles, but was not wounded or 
taken prisoner. He re-enlisted 5 Jan. 1864, and was discharged 28 June, 
1865 ; was sergeant during the last term of his enlistment. 

Res. 1870, Westmimter West, Vt 

9391. 12. Waurbn-Waldo*, b. 29 Jan. 1842, Putney; was married by Rev. Mr. 

Foster, Dummerston, Vt., 9 Oct 1867, te Addie-Lucy Whitney, dau. of 
Roswell and Submit (Grout) of Westminster. Fanner. 

Res. 1875, Putney, Vt. 
Children : 

9392. 1. Effie-Lovina*, b. 8 July, 1868, Westminster. 

0393. 2. Walter-William*, b. 28 Dec. 1869, Putney. 

0394. 3. Leslie-Gui*, b. 16 Nov. 1871, ** 

0395. 4. Eugene-Augustus', b. 28 Jan. 1875, <' 

9896. AARON-MARTIN', [9361] {Pd6g\ PeUf, Joseph", Joseph\ Jdb\ Kenelm\) 
b. 6 Oct. 1797, Putney, Vt ; died there, 27 May, 1875; m. Colerain, Mass., 22 Nov. 
1827, Aurelia-Spaulding Willis, b. 2 July, 1808, at C, dau. of Maj. Daniel and 
Martha (Snow) of C. After the death of his father he went to live with John Taylor, 
a farmer of Shelbume, Mass., where he remained until he was twenty-one years of 
age, when he returned to the old homestead where he was born, and took charge of 
the farm. This was in the 6th school district, one of the '' West Hill '^ school dis- 
tricts, and was 140 rods north from the Dummerston line, three and one half miles 
from the Brookline bounds, and 85 rods north of the location of the house of 
his grandfather, Capt Peleg* Winslow [9343]. June 25, 1838, he was thrown 
from a carriage and received severe injuries. Two of the bones of his leg were 
broken in two different places, and the knee joint injured so as to produce permanent 
lameness. Farmer, and breeder of Thoroughbred Short-Horns. Putney, Vt, 

Children bom in Putney: 
9397. 1. Samuel-WillisV b. 17 Nov. 1828; was drowned 14 June, 1854, while 
bathing in Green River, Greenfield, Mass., where he was a carpenter and 
joiner at the time of his death. 
0398. 2. Sakah-Lokg', b. 28 Feb. 1832; d. 9 Aug. 1834, Putney. 
0300. 8. Pkleg*, b. 16 Feb. 1834; m. Edinburgh, Saratoga Co., N.Y., 19 Feb. 
1868, Lucinda-Gratiu King, b. 10 Mar. 1839, E., dau. of Samuel- War- 
rincr and Sally (Noyes) of E. Farmer, and breeder of Thoroughbred 
Short- Horns. s.p. Res. 1878, Putney, Vt. 

9400. 4. Henry-Maktin*, b. 21 Dec. 1837; m. Heatli, Mass., 28 Aug. 1862, Abbie- 
.lane Kendrick, b. 25 Feb. 1842, at U., dau. of William and Sarah- 
Joelyn (Brooks) of H. Farmer, and breeder of Thoroughbred Short- 
Horns. Res. 187a, Putney, Vt 



JK Hehtcca- French^ ( Winslow) Gates and Descendants. 701 

Child. 

9401. Mary-Abby», b. 10 May, 186D. 

9402. 5. JoHH-MiLTOH*, b. 16 Dec. 1840; d. 24 Sept. 1853, P. 

9403. 6. Sarah-Lokktte*, b. 10 Apr. 1846. Res. 1873, Putney, VL 

9404. 7. Georgb-Washington*, b. 31 Oct. 1847; d. 28 Feb. 1S62, P. 

9405. REBECCA-FRENCH^ [9362] {Peleg\ Peleg", Joseph', Joseph^ Job\ Kenelm\) 
b. 28 Mar. 1800, Putney, Vt. ; was married there, by Rev. Mr. Andrews, 3 May, 1826, 
to Martin GATBS, b. 25 Feb. 1791, Dummerston, Vt., s. of Lieut. Daniel aud Sarah 
(Moore) of D. He died 31 Dec. 1859, at Dummerston, and was buried there. His 
will was recorded in that town. He held the various town offices. Farmer. 

DummerBton, Vt, 

Children: 

9406. 1. Martin-Win8I^w«, b. 19 Feb. 1827, Dummerston; m. Springfield, Mass., 

28 Mar. 1855, Rosella-Lucy Cook, b. 19 Oct. 1831, dau. of William and 
Anna-Haven (Gates) of D. He was recruiting officer for the town of 
Dummerston, during the late war; has also been selectman and town 
treasurer. Farmer. Res. 1S72, Dummertton^ Vt. 

Children bom in Dummerston: 

9407. 1. Frank- William*, b. 1 Apr. 1867; d. 14 Nov. 1863, D, 

9408. 2. Charles-Martin\ b. 15 Apr. 1860. 

9409. 3. Rosella-Rebecca*, b. 3 June. 1868. 

9410. 4, Frederic- Wallace*, b. 20 June, 1805. 

9411. 5. Lizzie-Anna*, b. 12 Dec. 1867; d. 4 Mar. 18C8, D. 
1>412. 6. Ralph-Cook*, b. 3 Oct. 1869. 

U413. 7: Dana-Francis*, b. 19 Feb. 1872. 

0414. 2. J^ARAH-MooRK*, b. 6 June, 1828, Dummerston; married there, 7 June, 

1855, Frederic-Appleton Fish, b. 11 Oct, 1819. Athol, Mass., s. of Jason 
and Sophia (Merriam) of Fayettevillc, Vt Wheelwright. 

Res. 1872, Vayettwille, Vt. 
Children bom in Newfane, Windham Co., Vt. : 

0415. 1. Ida-Sophia*, b. 23 June, 1856: d. 1 Oct. 1856. N. 

9416. 2. Carlton-Gates*, b. 15 Jan. 1858; d. 2 Sept. 1859, N. 

9417. 3. Abbie-Erama*, b. 80 Nov. 1860. 

9418. 4. Frank-Leslie*, b. 17 Sept. 1863. 

9419. 8. Danibl-Wbbster*, b. 24 Nov. 1881, Dummerston; married there, 6 Nov. 

1860, Emily-Kliznbeth Ormsbee, b. 2 Nov. 1833, at D., dau. of Ira and 
Elizabeth (Miller) of D. Farmer. 
Children : 

9420. 1. Jlary-Lilla*, b. 4 Feb. 1864. 

9421. 2. Jennie-Emily*, b. 7 Jan. 1866. 

9423. 3. Lula-Elizabeth*, b. 9 Dec. 1867; d. 19 Mar. 1870, D. 

9428. 4. Luna-Elizabeth*, b. 21 Dec. 1869. 

0424. 5. Minnie-Estelle*, b. 27 Oct. 1871. 

94d&. 4. EicMA-R*., b. 15 Oct. 1842; married, Aug. 1864, Lewis-H. Lynda. 

Res, 1873, DummersUm, Vt. 



7^2 Descendants of Pdeg" Winslov). K 

i'4'J^. PELEG', [9363] ^PeleQ\ Pdtg\ Jowph\ Jo8eph\ Job\ Kme!m\) b. 6 Aug. 
1802, Putney, Vt ; d. 16 July, 18T1, Townshead, Vt., and was buried there. He 
was married by Joseph Duncaa, Duininerston, Vt., 22 Dec. 1825, to Nancy Bolles, b. 
19 Dec. 1804, Rockingham, Vt., dan. of Lemuel and Polly (Chamberlain) of Chester- 
field, N.H. Farmer. Res Dummerston and Putney, Vt., and Bangor, N.Y. 

She res. 1873, Ihw/ish^nd, Vt. 

Children born in Dummerston: 

0427. 1. George*, b. 6 Feb. 1827; died of cancer in the face, 9 Feb. 1868, Towns- 

hend. He married 6 Apr. 1852, Abby-Abigail White, b. 7 July, 1381, 

Putney, Vt., dau. of Hiram and Abigail (Harris) of Townshend. Farmer. 

She res. 1878, TomUhend, Vt. 
Children bom in Townshend: 

9428. 1. George-Peleg*, b. 25 Nov. 1860. 

9429. 2. Fanny- Abby*, b. 17 Jan. 1867. 

9430. 2. Nelson*, b. 18 Apr. 1830; m. Townshend, 29 Dec. 1859, Hattie-Maria 

Osgood, b. 22 May, 1838, at T., dau. of Joseph and Susan (Richardson) 
of T. liua. 1873, Totoniliend^ Vt, 

Children: 

9431. 1. Susan-Maria*, b. 12 Sept 1860. 

9432. 2. Lemuel', b. Nov. l«6i; d. 19 Apr. 1803. 
y483. 8. Edward', b. 8 June, 1864. 

0434. 4. Hariand-Osgood', b. 21 Apr. 1870. 

U435. 5. Daughter', b. 5 Apr. 1878. 

0436. 8. SAMtEL-DuTTON*, b. 17 Apr. 1832; m. Keene, N.H., 6 Dec. 1859, Mary. 

Klizabeth Willis, b. 12 8ept. 1833, Kast Alstead, N.H., dau. of David 

and Betsey (Wood) of A. He is a deacon in the Congregational Church. 

Merchant; firm of Winslow Bros. lies. 1872, Totcmhend^Vl, 

Children born in Townshend: 

9437. 1. JohnSamuel', b. 6 Dec. 1852; d. 25 Sept 18G3, Townshend. 

9488. 2. Clara-May'. b. 12 May, 1865; d. 81 Dec. 1865, 

9430. 8. Clarence-Willis', b. 30 Alay, 1868; d. 26 May, 1870, '» 

94l0. 4. Lotic-May', b. 16 Aug. 1871. 

9441. 4. Khoda- Augusta*, b. 6 Apr. 1887; died unmarried, 15 Apr. 1859, Towns- 

hend. 

9442. 5. ('APT. Lbmlri.-Ithamar*, b. 6 Dec. 1840; enlisted at Bondviile, Vt., 9 

Dec. 1861, in Co. H, 8th Keg. Vt Vols. ; was made 3d sergeant of Co. 
H, at its formation, 14 Jan. 1862; served in said company until 14 Jan. 
1863, when he was wounded, losing the index linger of his right hand at 
Patterson vi lie, La., on Bayou Teche. He was then placed on detached 
service as clerk in the U.S. General Marine Hospital, New Orleans, La., 
remainiug thei^ till 20 Dec. 1863, at which date he was promoted tothe 
captaincy of Co. B, 2nd lieg. U. S. C. Inf., by special order of Maj. 
Gen. N-P. Banks, on authority of President Lincoln. He served in this 
regiuicut until July, 1864. when it was consolidated with the 20tii U.S. 
C. Inf., the two forming the 74th Ucg. U. S. C. Inf., in which be was 



K Dea. SamuelDuUon' Wimlow. 793 

assigned a position as captaiu of Co. H, sernng in that capacity until he 
wnb mustered out, 24 Nov. 1865, at the expiration of his term of service. 
He was married by Rev. Henry-Martin^ Parsons, at Springfield, Mass., 
24 Sept. 1868, to Mary-Rebecca McMaster, b, 23 May, 1842, Brownhelm, 
Lorain Co., Ohio, dau. of Henry, b. 8 Dec. 1796. Amherst, Mass., and 
Hannah (FTyde), b. 8 Mar. 1802, at A. [For biography of Rev. H-M\ 
Parsons see Comet Joseph^ Parwm M&morial.] Res. 1873, Fay^UevilUy Vt, 
Children born in Newfane, Vt. : 

9443, 1. Clara-Frank', b. 28 Oct. 1869. 

9444. 2. Anna-May% b. 28 July. 1871. 

9445. DEA. SAMUEL.DUTTON\ [0364J (Pel€g\ PeJeg^ Joseph*, Joiieph\ M\ 
Kendm\) b. 26 Nov. 1804, Putney, Vt. ; was married by Rev. William Hodges, New- 
fane, Vt., 17 Jan, 1842, to Sarah- W. Joy, of P., b. 15 July, 1814, in Putney School 
District No. 5, two miles east of Brookline, and two miles north of Dummerston. 
She was the daughter of Capt. Cromwell and Sally (Miller) of Putney, and gr. dau. 
of Moaet Joy, of P. He is a deacon in the Baptist Church. 8.p. 

Res. Putney and, 1873, Townikend, Vt. 
We add the following newspaper article which exphiins itself: 
A very interesting picnic of the Winslow family, including the widow and all 
the living children and grandchildren of the late Peleg Winslow, also Dea. Samucl- 
D. Winslow and wife, with a few specially invited friends, was held last week 
Thursday, on the pinnacle of the hill formerly belongingto Peleg Winslow, lying im- 
mediately west and overlooking the old homestead of the family. The day 
was most agreeably spent by all present, in feasting, conversation, singing, toasts 
and responses, and in relating such incidents of early experiences as the day and 
occasion brought to mind. In response to the toast, '*The family friendships — 
may they long remain unbroken," Dea. S-D. Winslow said that he considered the 
present a very pleasant and profitable occasion, and one long to be remembered by 
those! present. He was glad to be one of the number, and trusted friendships 
manifested at this time would long continue. He hoped we should all appreciate this 
and all otlier blessings of life, and should be mindful of our obligations therefor, 
showing by our daily lives our constant appreciation of those mercies which 
we enjoy from day to day, which come from that source from which *'all blessings 
flow." ** Old in years but ever young in heart," was offered, and Mrs. Nancy Winv 
low [942CJ was called upon for a response, which she was too mucli overcome by the 
memories which the occasion called forth to give, only by tears of mingled sorrow 
and gladness. Another toast was responded to by a four years old sou of Nelson 
Winslow [94 oO] most beautifully and touchingly singing ^> In the Sweet Bye-and- 
Jlye," which drew tears from the eyes of all present. In response to a call, Dea. S-D. 
Winslow 2d [948^ made the closing address, which was full of interesting reminis- 
cences of the past, and allusions to the days of childhood and youth passed so pleas- 
antly in the midst of these green hills and valleys. He referred also in fitting words 
to the wanderings of many of those present to distant parts of the^ountry, as the path 
of duty called each to go forth from his early home. After the conclusion of the 
remarks, the descent from the hill commenced, and all returned to their own houses, 
wearied but much happier for the experiences of the day. 



734- Dr. G^-orge* Winslow. K 

9440. DR. GEORGE*, [9347] iPeleg\ Joseph*, Jossph\ Jdb\ Kenelm\) b. 11 Jan. 
1783, Putney, Vt. ; d. 2 Nov. 1848, at Big Rock, III. ; married in Shelburne, Mass., 
September, 1808, his coasin Hannah Long, born in 8., 2 Mar. 1783, iau. of Elder 
David, of S., and Hannah (HoUoway), b. 19 Mar. 1758, sister of Betsey Holloway, 
the wife of Peleg* Winslow [9343]. Elder David Long, b. 16 Feb. 1753, was a 
Baptist clergyman, preaching in Shelburne many years. He and his wife both died 
and were buried in that town. Mrs. Winslow died of consumption, 27 July, 1812, 
Coleraine, Mass. He married 2d, Shelburne, Mass., 3 Jan. 1813, Olive Long, cousin 
of his first wife. She was bom in S., 10 Apr. 1790, dau. of Stephen and Nancy 
(Lawson) of S. She died 1 Jan. 1822, in Coleraine, and. was buried there. He mar- 
ried 3d, at Halifax, Vt., 1 May, 1822, Harriet Severance, of S., born there, October, 
1700, dau. of Solomon and Hannah (Hoyt) of S., and cousin of Edward Hitchcock, 
a former pi-esident of Amherst College. For the following account of Dr. Winslow 
we are indebted to his eldest son, George-Washiugton^ [9463], who writes that his 
father was engaged in farming until he was of age, when he studied medicine with 
Dr. Silas Long, Sen., of Shelburne, and with Dr. Hamilton, of Conway, Mass. 
About the time of his marriage he selected for himself and wife a house in Coleraine, 
Franklin Co., Mass., where he grew rapidly into a good practice, being frequently 
called in consultation to adjoining towns. He was the leading surgeon of that part 
of the country, and had he been half as careful in attending to the collection of his 
dues as he was faithful and skillful among the sick, would have been a wealthy 
man in a few years. In December, 1826, he removed with his then large family to 
Charlemout, some twelve miles distant, practicing there with equal success for twenty 
years. 

In the fall of 1846, three of his children having already gone to Big Rock, 
Kane Co., Illinois, and each of those remaining having an eye on a future ^' home in 
the West,'^ he, after visiting his relations in Vermont, bade a last farewell to his 
New England home, and with his wife and nine children (one only being left behind 
for a few years) crossed the Green Mountains, and, as was then the custom, took 
passage on a canal-bout for Buffalo. Going thence by steamboat around the lakes to 
Chicago, he, by a land journey of fifty-five miles, reached the residence of his son-in- 
law, Franklin-C.^Severance, at Big Rock. Before he was fairly settled in his new 
home, his services as a physician, as well as those of his son, Lawson- Armstrong^ 
[0488], who had just completed his medical studies at Pittsfield, Mass., were called 
into requisition among the sick in that vicinity. 

He practiced his profession for the space of forty years, not abandoning it until 
a few days before his death, even after he needed medical treatment more than 
some whom he was attending. He died at Big Hock, 2 Nov. 1848, aged 65 yrs,, 10 
mos., and 21 days; and was buried in the grave-yard at Big Rock, fourteen miles 
west of Aurora, where stands a marble spire monument, some si;cteen feet high, 
made of the Vermont marble, from the justly celebrated quarry at East Dorset. 

This monument is located on high ground and can be seen for miles around, 
and, although not, geologically speaking, **The Te«iimouy of the Rocks," yet it will 
be ** authority "in cTeciding the degree of cousinship existing between any and all 
who shall, in coming time, be able accurately to trace back their ancestors through 
different generations until they reach tlie name of cither one of the children of *' Old 
Dr. Winslqw, whose monument stands in Big Rock.'' 



^ Dr. George* Winslow and Descefidants. * 795 

The iMcription in raised letters, on the On the north sAei 
front or west side of the spire, is simply Children, 
the name ** Winslow.** Q^^^ge W. 
David L. 

^ ^ David L. 

On the south side as follows: Hannah L. 

Ebenezer W. 
Parents. Ebenezer W» 

Asaph W 
Gea Winslow, M.D, Lawson A. 

Olive P. 
Hannah Long. Solomon E. 

Robert H. 
Olive Long^ Charles H. 

Darwin (.'. 
Ilarriet Severance. William O. 

It may be proper to state that after the death of Dr. Winslow's son Solomon 
Edward', who was unmarried, it was decided to request the eldest son, George-Wash 
ington\ then in the marble business, to erect a monument for the Winslow family, 
where this one is now placed, the expenses being paid out of the deceased brother** 
estate. J5i^ Hock, III, 

Children, eleven of whom were bom in Coleraine, and the ladt five in Charle- 
mont: 

9447. 1. Geokoe- Washington, [9463] b. 9 Aug. 1809; m. Mary-Gray Barber; m. 

2d, Lovina-Smith Clark. 

9448. 2. David-Lono, b. 9 June, 1811; d. 4 Apr. 1812, Coleraine. 
By 2d marriage : 

9449. 3. David-Lono, [9473] b. 7 Oct. 1813; d. 28 Apr. 1875; m. Abigail-Childs 

Hawks. 

9450. 4. Hannah-Lovina, [9478] b. 27 Feb. 1815; d. 1848; ra. Franklin-C. Sever- 

ance. 

9451. 5. Ebenezbr-Woodward, b. 15 Jan. 1817; d. 30 Mar. 1817, Coleraine. 

9452. 6. Ebenezeh-Woodwaud, [9483] b. 21 Feb. 1818; married Martha-Ellen 

Walker; m. 2d, Sarah-Eliza Kiune. 

9453. 7. AsAPii-WiLLis, [9486] b. 13 Nov. 1819; d. 27 May, 1856; m. Orra-Jane 

Ballard. 

9454. 8. LAWsoN-ARMSTnoNG, [9488] h. 3 Dec. 1821 ; m. Mercelia-Prudence Hatch. 
By 8d' marriage: 

9455. 9. Pblbg-Severance, [9494] b. 3 Mar. 1823; m. Mary- Alice Unudnli. 

9456. 10. Habbiet-Elizabbth, [9498] b. 15 Aug. 1824; ui. Dr. ^lerritt Franklin 

Potter. 

9457. 11. Olive-Pkhmklia, [9504] b. 25 Feb. 1826; m. Samuel-Lee Potter ; ut 2d, 

Hiram Kennedy* 



?96 Descendants of Dr. George* Window. ^ 

9458. 12. Sorx)MON-EDWARD, b. 20 May, 1828: died unmarried, 8 Apr. 1857, Kane- 

villo, Kane Co. , III., and was interred in Big Rock cemetery. 

9459. 13. RoBKRT-IIoYT, [9511] b. 2 Sept. 1829; m. Mercy-U. McDole. 

9400. 14. Charxes-Hknuy, [9518] b. 5 Aug. 1831; m. Celeste-Mary-Augiista Hall. 
9461 15. DARWiN-CoRDENro, [95201b. 22 Feb. 1834; m. Mattie-W. Hatch. 
9462. 16. Wii.i.iam-Otis, b. 28 June, 1837; died unmarried. 6 July, 1859, Big Rock, 
and was interred in Big Rock cemetery. He was a medical stodent 

9463. GE01lGE-WA8HIXGT0N^ [9447] {George\ Pdt^, Jon^h\ Joseph', Job\ 
Kenelm\) was born 9 Aug. 1809, Coleraine, Mass. He informs us that he attended 
the common school from about 1814 to 1822, when he went to Shelbaree and com- 
menced the study of the Latin language at Pomeroy's Grammar School. In the spring 
and summer of 1823, he was a meml)er of Sanderson's Academy in Ash field, Mass., 
where he continued his Latin. In September of that year, his father having deter- 
mined to prepare him for the medical profession, he sent him to the Berkshire Medical 
School, at Pittstield, Mass., in order that he might have the benefit of a course of 
lectures. These having been completed, he still. pursued his medical studies, divi- 
ding his time, however, between labor on a farm and school duties, until the spring of 
1820, when he abandoned the idea of ever having the title of M.D. attached to his 
name to denote that he was a member of the medical profession, choosing rather the 
same distinguished alphabetical characters to represent a calling as honorable, 
and one that, in the opinion of some eminent physicians, is rendered flourishing by 
the ignorance and blunders of those claiming to Iiave a thorou<;h knowledge of tl)e 
healing art, viz. : thatof a Marble Dealer. In December, 1820, he removed with his 
father to Ch ar lemon t, Mass., where he pursued this avocation until 1831, when he 
went to Buffalo to take charge of the marble works there, none being at that time 
further west. After four years, his eyesight b^coniing very much impaired by tlie 
business, he removed to Kalamazoo, then cailed Bronsou, in Kalamazoo County, 
Michigan. .This beautiful town is sometimes called *'The New Haven of the West." 
Here, in the fall of 1835, he, with a partner named Caleb Sherman, commenced trade, 
first in groceries and provisions, adding soon after crockery, hardware, dry goods, 
etc. After some two years and a half it became apparent that, owing to shipwrecka 
of goods on the lakes, *• wild-cat money,-* and other losses, success was out of the 
question. The result was that ten years of hard work and economy were successfully 
devoted to the puipose of paying up an indebtedness of several thousand dollars, 
•when, in the spring of 1848, he again commenced the marble business on shares, 
having for his part of the capital, knowledge of the work, a good reputation during 
twelve years residence in the place, sound health, and a will that was determined to 
find a way to regain that which was lost. His partner was Frederick Field, then of 
Niles, Michigan, but afterward of East Dorset, Vt., who supplied the stock during 
some four years of their copartnership, and with whom, after its dissolution, he 
dealt for t>iventy-five years. 

In 1850, when that long to be remembered epidemic, the '* yellow fever," pre- 
vailed to such an extent throughout the country, he dropped his mallet and chisel, 
and, leaving his wife and three children, crossed the plains to the far-famed £1 
Dorado, on the Pacific sh^e. As he left home on the 27th of February of that year, 
and returned the 30th of January, 1851, only four montlis were spent at the diggings. 



K Oeorge- WoHhingUyrC Window. 797 

His hard labor provecl to no purpose until just at the close of the season, when suc- 
cess crowned his efforts. Judicious investments of the profits, combined with the 
results of a moderately productiye business for the last tweuty years, have placed 
bim and his family where, with economy, they may enjoy the necessaries and com- 
forts which belong to the middle class. lie h:v.; been supervisor and, for about six 
years, a member of the town council. 

Miss Lizzie>R*.Winslow [8896], of Middletowu, Ct, favoredus with the following 
extract from the Kalamazoo Directory : 

''George Winslow & Co., Dealers in Marble Monuments, etc., at Nos. 15 and 17 
Portage St. Mr. Winslow, the senior member of the firm, has a name that is aa 
familiar to the people of Western ^lichigau as that of any business man that was 
ever among us. He commenced the business in wliich he is now engaged, in 1848, 
on Eleanor St., his establishment being one of the very first in this part of the State. 
A practical mechanic, a gentleman of taste and culture, there are very fenr men better 
adapted to the business (requiring so large a knowledge of the finer arts) than Mr. 
Winslow. He has been here since 18uo, and hns been actively engaged in business 
since that time. 

Mr. Miller, his partner, is also a practical workman. The firm are doing a very 
large business, employing steam works. Tlicy use Vermont marble, said to be the 
best in use for monumental purposes, being susceptible of a very high polish, 
yet very hard and durable. The machinery in their works is complete, and their 
facilities ai*e most extensive and perfect in all respects The finest work in this part 
of the State is done at their establishment. Avery large marble-yard is attached to 
tliis first-clas.s manufactory." A partnership was alter ward furnied between .Mr. 
Winslow and his son George-Clark* Winslow, which expired by limitation in 1877, 
when the father retired from the business. 

Mr. Winslow married at Halifax, Vt., 80 ^lay, 1837, Mnry-Gray Barbor, b. 20 
Apr. 1814, Charlemont, Mass., 8d dau. of Rufus and Abigail (Wight) of C. She 
died 27 May, 1839, Kalamazoo, Mich. He married 2d, Plaiufield, Will Co., HI., 13 
May, 1841, Lovina-Smith Clark, b. 9 Dec. 1816, Greenfield, Mass., only dau. of 
Erastus and Lovina (Smith) of G., both of whom were natives of Coleraine, 3Ias8. 
Mr. Clark was the second woolen manufacturer who set up the power loom in New 
England. He died IT Nov. 1872. aged nearly 85, at Decatur, Mich. His wife died 
1 Sept 1884, Niagara Falls, Canada. Res. 1877, KalamoMO^ MuA. 

Children bom in Kalamazoo: 
94G4. 1. Mart-Isabella', b. 8 Feb. 1830; d. 80 Mar. 1841, K, 

By 2d marriage : 
9465. 3. Daughter", b. 6 Mar. 1842; died the same day, 

!!!!' ^M^""'* . \^' 1''' Jan. 184:?; d. 18 Jan. 1843. 

8467. 4. * Daughter*, f 

9468. 6. Mabt-Kate', b. 21 June, 1844 : married, 28 June, 1871. William-L. Hunter, 

b. 9 Nov. 1835. in the parish of Elton, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, s. of 

William and Sarah ( ) of Kansas. Wholesale grocer; firm of C-U. 

Bates & Co. 

Res. 1877, KaUinmzoo. Mich. 



798 Beo, David-Long^ Hinslrw. C 

Child: 
9468*. Harriet-Winslow*, b. 4 Dec. 1875, K. 

9469. 6. Isabel-Hammah*, b. 25 Apr. 1846; d. 6 Feb. 1851, Kalamazoo. 

9470. 7. Gborge-Clabk*, b. 26 July, 1848; was m. by Rev. Jas-A-B. Stone, D.D., 

Kalamazoo, 27 Aug. 1878, to Alice-Josephine Smedley, b. 5 June, 1850, 
Gasport, Niagaia (?o., N.Y., youngest dau. of Elisha and Hannah M., 
who moved to Kalamazoo, 11 April, 1866. Marble-dealer; was in part- 
nership with his father until 1877. when he became sole owner of the 
marble works, his father having retired from business. 

Res. 1877, Kalamazoo^ Mich, 

9471. 8. Hattie-Lovina*, b. 4 May, 1852; was educated at the State University, 

Ann Arbor. In 1877 was unmamed. 

9472. 9. Edward-Long*, b. 20 Feb. 1855; is a worker in marble, and, 1877, fore- 

man of the steam marble works, Kalamazoo, Mich. 

9478. REV. DAVID-LONG\ [9449] {Qe(yrge\ Pdeg\ Jo^h\ Jo9eph\ Job\ Ke- 
nelm\) b. 7 Oct. 1813, Coleraine, Mass; d. 28 Apr. 1876, Squaw Grove Township, De 
Kalb Co., HI., and his remains were interred in Big Rock cemetery. He married in 
Deei-field, Mass., 5)1 Aug. 1836, Abigail-Childs Hawks, b, 2 Apr. 1816, D., dau. of 
Waitstill, Jr., and ^Icliscent (Blodgett) of D. He joined the New England Confer- 
ence of the Methodist Episcopal Church in the regular order of graduation, at its 
session in Boston, June, 1836, and was ordained Deacon by Bishop Elijah Hcdding; 
at the session in Lowell, in 1840, was ordained Elder by the same bishop. In 1847, 
he was settled over the M. E. Church in Salem, Mass. Removed in ISoS to Illinois, 
and united with the Rock River Conference of the M. E. Church, and, in October, 
1870, was placed on their superannuated list. 

^^At last so quietly did he sink to rest that his wife and family scarcely 
thought they were looking on death. His friends do not know that he was conscious 
of the approach of the messenger who * bade him suddenly remove' to his eternal 
home. The disease which terminated his life was probably an affection of the heart, 
with which he had suffered for some years ; but though death came thus suddenly, 
his coming was not entirely unexpected, and brother W. was living in full and 
constant preparation for the great event. A few evenings before his death, he joined 
with his family in conversation upon the Bible doctrine of special providence in 
all the minute affairs of life; and in his remarks upon the subject he mentioned, 
with deep interest, some of his own experiences, in which he had felt assured that 
God had ordered his steps with a Father's wisdom and love. He undoubtedly felt, 
also, that the loving Father who watches over us in life wisely chooses for his children 
the time and circumstances of their death. * Precious in the sight of the Lord is the 
death of his samts,' " — ZionU Herald, 

We also add the following from the Aurora Beacon : 

"He was a good preacher, faithful pastor, and devoted Christian. He was 
retiring in manner, not given to forcing his opinions on others, yet he had the wis- 
dom to know when to speak. There was dignity without hanteur in his deport- 
ment among the people, so that he was liable to be misunderstood, and unap- 
preciated, until he was better known. His charity, like the bounty of heaven, was 



^ ' Fahs^ Severance. 799 

large toward his brethren and all the people. He would not think evil, and hence 
did not speak evil/' 

His widow res. 1877, 8quaw Grove; P.O. add. Hinckley, DeKaJb Co.^ IlL 

Children: 

W74. 1. Rdth-Ei.I2a*, b. 13 Aug. 1837, Cumberland, R.I. ; married, Shabbona, 

DeKalbCo., 111., 5 Mar. 1867, James-Abraham Fahs, b. 28 Nov. 1835, 

Mechanicstown, Frederick Co., Md., s. of Tobias and Araminta (Wil- 

lard) of Peotoue, Will Co., lU. Fanner. 

Res. 1877, Sauaw Grade, De Kaib Co., JU. 
Child: 

9475. Helen-Lenore*, b. 5 Aug. 1870, Squaw Grove. 

9476. 2. Haiwah-Meli8CK2»t», b. 15 Nov. i SlJU, .Mansticld, Mass. ; grad. 28 June, 

1861, ut Clark Seminary, Aurora, 111., in the full classical course; and 
has since been engaged in teaching in Pavilion, Batuvia, Aurora, Peotone, 
White Rock, and Squaw Grove, fil. 

Res. 1877, Squaw Grove, lU. ; P.O. add. Hinckley, III. 

9477. 8. Rev. George- W a itstill", b. 4 Aug. 1B42, Southwick, Mass. ; m. Troy, 

Penn., 10 July, 1871, Lizzie Spaulding, b. 3 Alar. 1839, Cavendish, Vt., 
dau. of Nathaniel and Annie (Swift) of Springfield, Vt. Mrs. Winslow 
was formerly a teacher in the last-named town. She contributed much 
information for the Spaulding Genealogy. He grad. June, 1867, at the 
North-western University in Evanston, 111., and, in 1872, was principal of 
the Preparatory Department of that institution. 

Res. 1877, LiAon, Kendall Co., IlL 
Children : 

9477». 1. George- Alman», b. 1 Apr. 1873, Evanston. 

9477^ 2. Charles-Spaulding*, b. 22 Sept. 1876, Lisbon. 

9478. HANNAH-LOVINA^ [9450] {George*, Pelef, Joseph*, Joseph^ Jot^, Ke- 
nelm\) b. 27 Feb. 1815, Coleraine, Mass. ; died in 1848; married Franklin-C. 
SEVlfBAKCE, first or second cousin of Harriet Severance, third wife of Dr. George* 
Winslow [9446]. His P.O. add. 1877, Hinckley, De KaJb df. IlL 

Children: 

9479. Henbt, married . + 

9480. Geohge, married . + 

9481. Mart, graduated at Clark Seminary, Aurora, III., where she has been a 

teacher; was unmarried in 1877, and engaged in teaching at Hinckley, 
HI. P.O. add. Hinckley, 111. 

9482. Ellen, also graduated at Clark Seminary, and has been a teacher in that 

institution; was unmarried in 1877. P.O. add. Hinckley, III. 

9488. EBENEZER-WOODWARD^ [9452 j (George*, Peleg\ Joitph\ Jof^eph^, Jdb^, 
Kejulm\) b. 21 Feb. 1818, Coleraine, Mass. ; was manied by Rev. Levi Walker, 
Clarion, Bureau Co., 111., 3 June. 1850, to Martha-Ellen Walker, b. 6 Feb. 1832, 
Hebron, N.Y., dau. of Rev. Levi and Betsey (Pond) of Clarion. She died 7 Jan. 
1857, Sublette, Lee Co., III. He married 2d, Piano, 111., 21 June, 1859, Sarah-Eliza 
Kinne, b. 12 Apr. 1833, Syracuse, N.Y., dau. of ^sop and Lydia (Beebe) of S. 
Dealer in agricultural implements. Res. 1877, Mendota, III. 

Children: 
9484. 1. Chablbs-Edoab, b. 20 Apr. 1852, Clarion; died there, 8 Sept. 1852. 

By 2d marriage: 
9486. 2. Ellbk-Florinr, b. 18 Ang. 1801, Sublette; died there, 27 Aug. 1801. 

18 



800 Descendants of George* Winslow. K 

9486. ASAPH-WILLIS', [Uo^]\Georg6\ Peleg\ Joseph*, Joseph^ Job\ KeTidm\) 
b. 13 Nov. 1819, Coleraine, Mass. ; d. 37 May, 1856, Batavia, 111., and was 
buried there. He married at B., 1 May, 1849, Orra-Jane Ballard, b. 29 Oct 1830, 
Fort Edward, N.Y., d. of Charles and Frances (Van Nortwick) of B. He was a shoe- 
maker, and resided at Aurora and Batavia, III. Mrs. Winslow was married by Elder 
Rawson, 16 Feb. 1868, to Franklin GX7BTIS. They resided two years on his farm 
situated five miles west of Batavia, then removed to Rochelle, Ogle Co., III. In 1874 
they were keeping the hotel in Geneva, Kane Co., III. Res. 1877, Batavia^ IIL 

Child: 
9487. FRANCKS-LETrriA-HANNAH*, b. 31 May, 1852, Aurora, III. ; was married in 

Batavia, III., by Rev. John Scott, 14 'Nov. 1873, to Azro-Meridan 
Spencer, b. 2 Dec. 1844, Yorkshire, N.Y., s. of Edward and Clarissa-F. 
(Holden) of Hudson, Mich. Mechanical engineer. 

Res. 1877, Batavia, IIL 
Children: 

9487». 1. Franklin- Asaph*, b. 25 July, 1374, Geneva, HL 

9487'*. 2. Hairiet-Mary% b. 6 Feb. 1876, Batavia. 

9488. LAWSON-ARMSTRONG', M.D., [9454] (Oearg^\ PeUg\ Jo9t^h\ Joseph*, 
Job*, Kenelm\) b. 3 Dec. 1821, Coleraine, Mass. ; m. Sugar Grove, Kane Co., 111., 31 
July, 1851, ^lercelia-Prudence Hatch, b. 4 Jan. 1830, at Otselic, Chenango County, 
N.Y., dau. of Jethro and 3Iinerva (Peirce) of Aurora, 111. Physician and surgeon; 
grad. in 1857, from the Iowa Medical College, at Keokuk, Iowa. 

Res. Coleraine and Charlemont, Mass. ; Sugar Grove and, 1877, Aurora, III. 

Their children were born in Sugar Grove, with tlie exception of the youngest 
who was born in Aurora : 

Kasson-Hatch, b. 17 Aug. 1852; d. 27 June, 1863, Aurora. 
Lawson-Long, b. 12 May, 18.*j4; d. 28 Mar. 1857, Sugar Grove. 
Charlks-Edward, b. 19 Aug. 1855; in 1877, was in Oberlin College. 
Fayettk- Darwin, b. 26 Aug. 1857; ** was in Beloit College, Wis., 
class of '79. 

9493. 5. Mattie-Minerva, b. 26 Dec. 1858; '* was in Oberlin College, class 
of »79. 

9494. PELEG-SEVERANCE', [9455] {George\ Peieg*, Joseph*, Joseph*, Jolf*, Ke- 
nelm\) b. 3 Mar. 1823, Coleraine, Mass. ; m. Sugar Grove, III., 6 May, 1847, Mary- 
Alice Randall, b. 26 June, 1828, North Stonington, New London Co., Ct., dau. of 
Jedediah and Philura (Peckham) of N. Stonington. Farmer. 

Res. Charlemont, .Mass., Sugar Grove, Big Rock, and, 1877, Hinckley, III. 

Children : 

9495. 1. Mart-Isabklla, b. 28 Oct. 1849; d. 30 Mar. 1850. 

9496. 2. Frank-La wsoN, b. 16 Aug. 1851; married in Aurora, 10 Oct. 1872, Ida- 

Esther Palmer, b. 17 Feb. 1858, Alontgomery, III., her father being of 
English and her mother of German descent. Since May, 1872, he has 
been station agent and telegraph operator at Hinckley, III., which was 
incorporated as a village in 1877, when he was elected clerk; has also 
been notary publi(; for the last four years. Res. 1877, HindsUy, IIL 

0497. 3. Mary-Beli*k, b. 26 Nov. 1853; was unmarried in 1877. 

9498. HARRIET-ELIZABETH', [9456](G'<wvtf«, PeUg", Joseph*, Joseph*, JO*, Ke- 
Mlfn},)hAb Aug. 1824, Coleraine, Mass. ; m. Charlemont, Mass., 28 Aug. 1846, MerritW 



9489. 


1. 


9490. 


2. 


9491. 


3. 


9492. 


4. 



K Potter^ Kennedy^ Whi difiy Wilmarthy Johnson. 801' 

Franklin POTTEB, M.D., t>f Charlemont, born there, 19 June, 1820, s. of Samuel 
and Sophia-W. CRice) of that place. He grad. Harvard Coll. 1846. 

Res. 1873, KatievilU, Kane Co., lU, 
Children bom in Kaneville, excepting the eldest, who was born in Charlemont: 
W99. 1. Hannah- WiN8TX>w, b. 16 June, 1852; d. 27 Nov. 1853, Kaneville, 
»500. 2. Franklin-Samukl-Lee, b. 1 Mar. 1855. 
9501. 3. Cora-Celestink, b. 19 May, 1861. 
9502- 4. Hattie-Sophia, b. 18 Oct 1865. 
9303. 5. Winslow-Mark, b. 9 Jan. 1867. 

9504. OLIVE-PERMELIA', [9457] (George*, PeUg\ Joieph\ Ja$eph\ Joff", Kendm},) 
b. 25 Feb. 1826, Coleraine, Mass. ; m. fog Rock, III., 26 Nov. 1846, Samuel-Lee 
PQTTEB, b. 21 Dec. 1824, Charlemont, Mass., s. of Samuel and Sophia-W. (Rice) 
of C, and brother of Dr. Merritt-Franklin Potter, who married Harriet-Elizabeth^ 
[9498]. Farmer. After their marriage they resided at Big Rock until May, 1848, 
when they removed to Squaw Grove, De Kalb Co., III., where he died 20 July, 1855. 
She married 2d, at Squaw Grove, 6 Mar. 1858, Hiram KBNNBDT, b. 7 Jan. 1818, 
Castile, N. Y. ; d. 10 Aug. 1864, Squaw Grove. She res. Big Hock, III, 

Children: 

9505. 1. Harriet-Sophia, b. 25 Sept. 1847; attended school at Charlemont, Mass., 

and New York City, from September, 1856, to July, 1864, when she re- 
turned to her home in Illinois; married at Squaw Grove, 14 May, 1809, 
John-Charles WMldin, of Big Itock. Farmer. -|- Res. Big Hock, III, 

9506. 2. Gsohqe-Samusl, b. 24 Sept. 1849, Squaw Grove; married . 

Res. 1877, Squaw Orove, III. 

9507. 3. Mart-Olive, b. 26 Aug. 1*851. 

9508. 4. Orlando-Brunson, b. 6 Jan. 1854, Squaw Grove; was educated at Men- 

dota College, Mendota, 111. 

9509. 5. Sam del-Lee, b. 1 Oct. 1855, Squaw Grove. 
By 2d marriage: 

9610. 6. Craioe-Cordenb, b. 16 Sept. 1800, ** 

9511. REV. ROBERT-HOYT', [9459] (George\ PeUg\ Joteph*, Joteph\ Job", Ko- 
nelm\) b. 2 Sept 1829, Charlemont, Mass. ; married, 25 Aug. 1851, Mercy-U. McDole, 
b. 14 June, 183 — , dau. of Jesse and Achsah (Spooner). He served as lieutenant in 
the late war; was a prisoner in the South six months, with Gen. Prentiss. 

Res. 1877, Batavia, Kane Co., III. 

Children: 

9512. 1. Helen-Harriet*, b. 21 Sept. 1858; married Albro-A. Wilmarth. Ma- 

chinist. Res. 1877, Jackaon, Mich. 

Child: 
9512*. George-Henry*, b. 22 Dec. 1876, Jackson. 

9513. 3. JessikGeougiana*, b. 8 Feb. 1856; m. Batavia, HI., 4 Oct. 1876, Rossi- 

ter-Preston Johnson, s. of Spencer and Mary f Johnson) of B. 

Res. 1877, Oardm Orove, Xoi Angeia Co.^ CaL 
9614. 8. Frbderic-Edward*, b. 6 July, 1858. 

9515. 4. RcBHtELLSWoRTH*, b. 3 May, 1861. 

9516. 6. Hoyt-Adik", b. 12 Dec. 1803. 
9617. 6. Leo-P*., b. 10 Nov. 1866. 



802 Descendants of Joseph* Window. K 

9518. CITARLES-nENRY% M.D., [9460] {Qeorge\ PeUg\ Joseph*, Jo9eph\ Job\ 
Kenelm\) b. 5 Aug. 1831, Charlemont, Mass.; m. Keoknk, Iowa, 25 Oct. 1860, 
Celeste-Mary- Augusta Hall, b. 22 Nov. 1837, East Cbarletnont, Mass., dau. oi Joel- 
Augustus and Mary-Richards (Miner) of K. Mrs. Winslow is well known as a poet- 
ess and contiibutor to the periodical literature of the day. Her father was a distant 
relative qf the late Rear- Admiral Andrew-H. Foote ; and her mother, who was a 
writer of ability, was a descendant of the families of Lyons, Richards, Holman, Bel- 
cher, Treat, ani Ohetwood. Dr. Winslow commenced his medical studies in 1852, 
with his brother, Dr. Lawson-A*. Winslow, of Aurora, 111. ; and graduated in 1858, 
from the Iowa Medical College, at Keokuk, of which the distinguished Prof. J-F. 
Sanford, M.D., was dean. He practiced in Illinois five years, previous to removing, 
in December, 1861, to Keokuk, Iowa, where he has since resided. He was surgeon 
of a ward in the U.S. Post Hospital in that town, during the spiing of 1862, but re- 
signed on account of ill health, and resumed general practice. He is also a dealer 
in drugs. • Res. 1877, Keokuk, latoa. 

Children : 
9519. 1. Herbert-Hall, b. 23 Nov. 1868, Keokuk; manifests decided literary 

tastes, and is writing serials for the local paper. 
9519*. 2. Arthur-Severance, b. 5 Aug. 1871. 

9520. DARWIN-CORDENIO\ [9461] {Oeorge\ Peleg*, Joseph*, Joseph\ Joh", Ke- 
fielm\) b. 22 Feb. 1834, Charlemoift, Mass. ; m. at Sugar Grove, Kane Co., 111., 10 
Oct. 1869, Mattie-W. Hatch, b. 13 Jan. 1840, Port Leyden, Lewis Co., N.Y, dau. of 
Jethro and Minerva (Peirce,) of Aurora, HI. Fanner. Res. Charlemont, Mass., Big 
Rock, Sugar Grove, and Squaw Grove, III. In 1877, was half owner of a drug store 
in Aurora, III., where he resided. 

Children born in Squaw Grove: 

9521. 1. Katie-Minerva, b. 10 Sept. 1860. 

9522. 2. Son, b. 17 Apr. 1862; died the same day. 

9523. 3. George-Roval, b. 21 July, 1863 ; d. 20 Oct. 1864, Sugar Grove. 

9524. 4. Teresa-Harriet, b. 30 July, 1866; d. 26 Aug. 1868, Aurora. 

9525. 6. Jettie-Darwiw, b. 13 June, 1869; d. 22 May, 1875, ** 
9525*. 6. Gertrude-Mat, b. 19 Nov. 1872, Hinckley, De Kalb Co., 111. 

9526. JOSEPH*, [1978] (Joseph*, Joseph^, Jot?, Kenslm\) b. 1 June, 1761 ; came 
with his father from Dighton, formerly a part of Taunton, Mass., to Putney, Vt., 
where he served the town as selectman ; was also representative several years. He 
married at Royalston, Worcester Co., Mass., 9 July, 1784, Anna Webber, of Reho- 
both, Mass., ace. to one of her descendants, but of Royalston, ace. to Worcester Co. 
Jiecords, She was born 24 Aug. 1759; and died 30 Oct. 1802, ace. to gravestone in 
Putney. He died 1 June, 1830, ace. to gravestone in P. Farmer and drover. 

Pu^, VL 

Children bom in Putney: 

9527. 1. Anna, [9530] b. 24 Aufr. 1785; d. 22 Apr. 1830; m. James Works. 

9528. 2. Joseph, b. 24 Feb. 1793; d. 24 Sept. 1795, aged two years, ace to grave- 

stone in P. 

9529. 3. JostPH- Webber, [9571] d. Oct. 1889; m. Mary Shaw. 

9530. ANNAS [9527] {Joseph*, Joseph*, Joseph\ Job'', Kenelm\) b. 24 Aug. 1785, 
Putney, Vt. ; died in that town, 22 Apr. 1830 ; married in Putney, James WORKS, of 
Royalston, Mass., born there, March, 1783; d. 27 Feb. 1851, at P., and was buried 
there, as wa« also his wife. Farmer. Putney, Vt. 

Children : 
9531. 1. JamesS b. 13 Jan. 1807, Royalston, Mass. ; d. 5 Dec. 1868, Brattleboro, 
Vt., aged 56; married Elmina White. 
Children: 
C532. Rufus*, married , and had two children. P.O. add. Shrew^bwrjfy Vt 



K WarkSj ReadUy HawJca^ Hurley^ Crosly^ SUbhins. 803 

9538. Laiira*, married Edwin Headla. 

•534. George*, married . Ret. 1874, Shrevointry, Vt. 

9585. 2. LouiSA% b. 24 Aug. 1808, ace. to Mr$. EdnnaK' MiiUr, [20 Aug. 1809, ace. 
to Benj€min\ 24 Aug. 1812, ace. to ffannah-LouiMa* (Hawht) Hurley]. 
She was married by Israel Hutchinson, Brattleboro, Yt., 6 Apr. 1842, to 
Charles-Phelps Hawks, of Deerfield, Masa, bom in that town, 7 Sept. 
1807, s. of Waitstill and MeUscent (Blodgett) of D. He d. 21 Jan. 1875, 
in Coldwater, Michigan, and was buried there. Farmer. 

Res. Deerfield and Williamsburg, Mass., and Coldwater^ Mich, 

Children: 
9530. 1. Hannah-Louisa*, b. 14 Oct 1845, Williamsburg; was married by Perit 

Lincoln, at Coldwater, 8 May, 1863, to Nealoii-Ellsworth Hurley, 
b. 26 July, 1843, Walworth, Wayne Co., N.Y. Parmer. 

Res. WilUamsburg and Deerfield, Mass., and Cfotdwater^ Mich. 

Children bom in Coldwater: 
9587. 1. Anna-Maria^ b. 23 July, 1867. 

9538. 2. ElUu>orth% b. 11 Sept. 1868; d. 21 Sept 1868. 

9539. 8. Elmer-EUiwarth*, b. 26 Jan. 1871. 

9540. 2. Charles- Wesley*, b. 18 June, 1847, Deerfield, Mass. ; married . 

Res. 1870, Coldwater, Branc/i Co., Mkih. 

9541. 8. J08EPh\ b. 1 June, 1810, ace. toMn. Miller, [10 June, 1811, ace. to Ben- 

jamin'], Putney; married Calista Allen, of Brattleboro, Yt, dau. of 

Newman Allen. She died at Brattleboro. s.p. 

In 1870, he res. Clintonville, HI., and, 1875, at Crete. Nebraska. 

9542. 4. Anha-Mabia', b. 18 Jan. 1812, ace. to Mrt, Miller, [17 Jan. 1813, ace. to 

Ber^min^y 19 Jan. 1813, ace. to her daughter^ Mrt. SteiibinB], Putney. 

She died 6 Feb. 1867, Sandwich, De KalbCo., HI., and was buried there; 

m. Westminster, Yt, 3 Jan. 1833, Thomas Crosby, b. 1 Feb. 1811, 

Dummerston, Yt, s. of Isaac and Rebecca (Crosby). He died 3 Mar. 

1868, and was buried in S. Sandwich^ lU, 

Children, besides several who died young: 
9548. 1. George-T*., b. 15 July, 1834, Brattleboro; d. 7 Jan. 1866, Sandwich, 

HL, and was interred in Irving, Iowa; m. Marshall town, Iow:i. 27 
Apr. 1861, Charlotte-A. Shalfer, b. 25 Aug. 1844, Antwerp. Puul- 
diug Co., Ohio. Engineer. Res. Brattleboro, Yt, Keesoville and 
Buffalo, N.Y., Elgin, HL, Clinton and Belle Plaine, Iowa. 

Children: 

9544. 1. NeUie-G*., b. 27 Feb. 1862, Clinton, lowar d. 28 Aug. 1864, 

Belle Plaine, and was buried at Irving, Iowa. 

9545. 2. Anna-M*,, b. 11 Aug. 1863, Clinton; d. 81 Aug. 1864, Cedar 

Rapids, Iowa, and was buried in Irving. 

9546. 3. Georife-Luther'Hough; b. 4 Jan. 1866, Sandwich. 

9j47. %, Maria-Louisa', b. 7 Nov. 1842, Keeseville, N.Y. ; m. Elgin, 111., 20 

Oct 1860, Edward-E. Stebbins, b. 14 Dec. 1837, Boston, Mass., b. 



0J48. 


1. 


0549. 


2. 


Uo50. 


8. 



604 Descendants of Anna* ( Wvislow ) Worlcs. ^ 

oi Roderick and Elizabeth (Gale) of Sandwich, 111. 

Res. Keeseville, N.T., Elgin, Sublette, and, 1875, Sandwich, lUL 

Children: 

Anna-E*., b. 23 May, 1862, Sandwich. 
Qeorge-IP., b. 28 Sept 1865, Sublette. 
Frank'E*., b, 13 Oct. 1868, Sandwich. 
[One other child whose name we have not ascertained.] 
0551. 5. Sarah\ b. 9 Oct 1814, Putney; m. Brattleboro, Vt, 11 Aug. 1841, War- 
ren Wilder, of P., bom there, 22 Mar. 1816, s. of David, b. 6 Apr. 1797, 
P., and Ruth (Mclntyre). Farmer. After his death she married 2d, 
Henry Yale, of Lenox, N. Y., b. 17 Mar. 1802, Johnstown, N.Y. Shoe- 
maker; has been postmaster. Res. Putney and Brattleboro, Vt, South 
Deerfield, Mass., and Chittenango, N.Y. 1870, Lenox, N,T. 

Clulilren by first marriage: 
9552. 1. Edwin-Leander», b. 18 July, 1842; is deceased. 

9558. 2. Edward-Morton', b. 14 Sept 1844; married . + 

Res. 1870, ClarkmUe, N. T. 
9554. 8. Sarah-Minerva', b. 8 May, 1847; married William Blodgett 

Res. 1870, Clyde, Wayne Co,, N. T. 
bo85. 4. Ida-Mma% b. Sept 1852; died aged 5 y., 8d. 

?556. 6. Hannah"', b. 6 Aug. 1816, Putney; was married by Addison Brown, at 
Brattleboro, 13 3ilar. 1839, to Col. Nathan Miller, of B., b. 13 Aug. 
1795, Dummerston, Windham Co., Vt, s. of Maj. William and Hannah 
(Word en), and gr. son of Wm. Miller, one of the first settler^ of Dum- 
merston, and a surveyor of that town. He learned his trade at New 
Salem, and after working as an apprentice at Eeene and Ithaca, N. Y., 
returned to Dummerston; in 1832, removed to Brattleboro, Vt, 
where he died 19 Dec. 1871. His will was recorded in the latter place. 
He was by occu})ation a harness-maker. 

In 1875 she was residing in Braitldforo, VL 
Child: 
9r57. Frederick-William*, b. 14 Oct 1845, Brattleboro. 

9558. 7. Benjamin\ b. 6 Apr. 1818, Putney; married, 1 Jan. 1848, Sarah Hart of 

Claremont, N. H., b. June, 1821, dau. of lohabod. She died 10 Feb. 
1851, aged 29 years. He res. 1870, Putney, VI, 

Children bom in Putney: 

9559. 1. John- Webber*, b. 3 Oct. 1846; m. Brattleboro, Vt., in 1869, Florence- 

Ellen Estabrooke. Machinist Res. 1875, Brattleboro, VL 

9560. 2. Electa-Gertmde*, b. 28 Dec. 1847, Putney ; was engaged in teaching 

at Elgin, HHnois, in 1 870. She married Charles-O. Ounn. Tliey 
have had three or more children, two of whom are dead. 

Res. 1875, Crete, Keffraeka. 

9561. 8. Johk-Webber^, b. 11 Sept 1821, Putney; married Lydia Grant, of Maine. 

Res. 1870, Dowiwy, Cedar Co.^ Jawa, 



ff JoBcpK Window. jBO^i 

Children: 

956a. Ida*. 

9563. Jessie', married WilUam — . Res. 1876, Downey, Iowa. 

Childreu : 

9564. John*. 

9565. Jessie, 

9566. 9. Gborok% b. 17 Sept 1823, Putney; married Temperance Rutherford, of 

Elgiu. Hes. 1870, OlitUonviOs, lU. 

Children : 

9567. Frederick-Janics*. 

9568. Aima-Miiriu'. 

9569. Alice-Ma>*. 

9570. George*. 

9571. JOSEPH- WEBBER*. [0520] (JjAfph\ Jo9eph\ Jof^h\ Job*. Kendm\) bom 
in Putney, Vt ; removed to Boston, Mass., .March, 183Ji, and died there in October, 

1839. He married Mary Shaw, dau. of Abraham, of Putney, Vt. She died July, 

1840. Botitony Mau, 

Tliey had two children: 

9572. Joskph-Webbkk, died in Boston, s.p. 

9573. Lbmon-T., died in Boston, s.p. 

' 9574. JOSEPH*, [2024] {Job\ Joseph*, Job*, Senslm\) bom in Dighton, for- 
merly a part of Taunton, Mass. ; died about October, 1774, at East Greenwich, RI., 

and was there buried. He married m E. G., Mary , who died 'al Oct. 1761, a 

few months after the birth of her son William. He married 2d, at St George, Ber- 
muda Is., Colony of Great Britain, about 1762, Isabella JSiggs, born in March, 1742, 
dau. of Samuel, of Bermuda. She died February, 1842, aged 99 yrs. and It) mos., at 
Nantucket, Mass., and was buried there. Dr. Charles-P'. Winslow thus writes in 
relation to this marriage of his grandfather, who had been at sea early in life, and 
was taken, if he remembers the tradition correctly, by some French vessel, in the 
French difQculties with America, retaken by the English and carried into Bermuda: 
"Here he remained some time, and fell in love with a beautiful and sprightly girU 
. . . Her name was Isabella Higgs, a name now very respectable and numerous in 
the Somers Islands, or the Bermudas, as they are more commonly called. . . . 
She lived till she was one hundred years old lacking two months. I remember this 
remarkable old woman very well, for over twenty years previous to her death ; and 
my second daughter, who is named Isabella in honor of her, resembles h^r in physical 
build and manners and character to such a wonderful extent as to often remind me 
of that very aged and bright woman." After the death of her husband she lived with 
her two sons Benjamin* and Joseph*, at Nantucket, Mass. Dr. C-F*. Winslow states 
that his father told him, that in the earliest conflicts of the Revolutionary era his father 
was engaged as a volunteer, in an encounter with the British invaders. He had not 
clear knowledge of the occasion, but remembered his appearance in the military 



806 Descend<int$ of JoBepK Window. K 

trainings, and the great agitation of society incident to the trying times of thai 
period of the American war. 

He remained in the Bermudas from about 1755 to about 1769, and then returned 
to Dighton, Mass. ; afterward removed to East Greenwich, RL, where he died. He 
was a ship-builder. 

We quote the following from Dr. Winslow concerning his ancestry : — ** My father 
traced my grandfather's connections into Dighton and Somerset, and he often told 
me that we sprang from a branch of the Winslows who had removed from Plymouth 
to that neighborhood. I have no knowledge of the name of my great-grand- 
father ^Vinslow. Tiie Doctors Winslow of Dighton, physicians for three generations, 
were considered relations of our branch of the family." [See 8825, and account of 
descendants; also for a grouping of this family in the earlier generations, and for 
English Winslow ancestry, see Radial Chart, Vol. I, p. 100.] 

Children: 

9575. 1. WiLiJAJt; b. 27 June, 176lKin Rhode Island ; was brought up by his moc(iei-*t 

parents, who moved '^ West," tuBing him with them. 

By 2d marriage : 

9576. 2. Mauy, b. 81 Mar. 1760, St. George, Bermuda Is. ; died unmarried, in April 

or May, 1843, at Nantucket, about one year after the death of her •r.other. 

When a child she was left with her grand-parents, by her parentis, whc^, 

finding that they could not do without her, concluded to send for her, 

and she reached New York the day the posters were up, stating that the 

tea was thrown overboard (1773). 
Oliver, b. 17 Nov. 1766, Bermuda; died at sea, unmarried, aged about 

30. He was master of a ship. 
Benjamin, [9582] b. 2 Aug. 1768; d. 22 Dec. 1839; m. Jedidah Hussey; 

m. 2d, Phebe Horrox. 
Perry, [9672] b. 12 Sept. 1770; married Judith Green. 
Samuel, b. 19 Sept. 1772; died in Dighton, Mass. 
Joseph, [9677] b. 20 Jan. 1775; d. 19 June, 1828; m. Betsey ComHtock. 

9582. BENJAMIN*, [9578] {Josej^h*, Joh\ Joseph*, Job\ Kendm\)h. 3 Aug. 1768, 
Bermuda Is. ; d. 12 Dec. 1839, Nantucket, Mass. ; married there, October, 1792, 
Jedidah Hussey, a native of that place, aged 17, dau. of Robert and Elizabeth (Wing) 
of Newport, R.I. She died 29 Apr. 1802, Nantucket. He married 2d, 2 Aug. 1802, 
Phebe Horrox, of Nantucket, b. 21 July, 1766 or '67, iii that town, dau. of Thomas, 
of Liverpool. England. She died 10 June, 1847 or 1853, at Nantucket. Thomas 
Horrox was a seaman in a British vessel which was cast away on the shores of Nan- 
tucket Island, about 1750 or ^oo. He there remained and married Anne Mooere, by 
whom he had several sons and daughters, the eldest of whom was Phebe btfore-men- 
tioned. He is believed to have been of the same family as the celebrated mathe- 
matician and astronomer, Jeremiah Horrox, whose theory of lunar motions afforded 
assistance to Newton, who always spoke of him as a mathematical genius of the 
highest order. [SeeKncyclopcBdia Americana.] 



9577. 


3. 


9678. 


4. 


9579. 


5. 


9580. 


6. 


9681. 


7. 



^ HiMseUy Swainy Fosier^ Pocie, 807 

Mr. Winslow was a blacksmith, and learned his trade at Bast Greenwich, RL, 
where he lived with his mother, who was left a widow dating the Revolutionary 
war. He acquired considerable property, which he subsequently lost in commerce 
and shipping. He was noted for his integrity and kindness of heart In his religious 
sentiments he was extremely liberal. He removed to Nantucket, Mass., about 1792, 
and there his children were bom. 

9588. 1. Eliza, r^SST] b. 19 June, 1792; m. 22 June, 1809, Daniel BusselL 

9584. 2. BENJ/Vi, [9621] b. Sept. 1803; m. Mary-Matcey Baker. 

9585. 8. Shuba£L-Moobbs, [9640] b. 21 Apr. 1805; d. 2 June, 1872; m. Ann- 

• Davis Baker. 

9586. 4. Charlbs-Frbdbrigk, [9668] b. 80 June, 1811; d. 1877; m. Lydia Jones. 

9587. £LIZA% [9588] (BenjamW, Jo$eph\ Job*, Joseph^ Jotl", Kendm},) b. 19 June, 
1792, Nantucket, Mass. ; married there, 22 June, 1809, Daniel BXTSSELL, b. 10 Oct 
1784, Nantucket, s. of Daniel and Lucinda (Swain) of K. He was for a long time 
master and in part owner of the ship EmeXy a whaling-vessel which, about 1820, was 
struck by a whale and sunk, compelling the crew to take to the small boats. He 
died 19 Jan. 1858. In 1875 she was residing at 67 Pearl St, Nantucket, Mass., 
*' with vigor, eyesight and cheerfulness unabated.'* 

Children bom in Nantucket: 
958a Eliza- Wing*, b. 8 July, 1812; d. 6 Sept 1886; m. Nantucket, 28 May, 
1881, Charles-Folger Swain, s. of Frederic and Ann (Coffin) of N. He 
married 2d, Mary-F. Leggett Merchant He res. 1871, BrooUyriy L.L 

Children: 

9589. 1* Augusta-Swan*, b. 16 July, 1882; married, Feb. 1859, Robert Foster, 

bom in New York, s. of Prof. Foster, of the Polytechnic Institute, 
Brooklyn. 

Children: 
0590. ZtUis**. 

UoOl. Jfary**. 

9592. ^itA*'. 

9393. 9. Eliza-Wing*, b. 17 Oct 188—; married in New York, November, 

1858, Samuel Poole, a merchant Res. 1871, LaureneSy K<Ni$a$, 

Children, all of whom are deceased except the eldest: 

Or.O^ AHhur": 

1)005. Sugen^. 

•.»5a6. Alice^^. 

9)97. JTyra". 

9598. AuguUa?^. 

9599. 5m**, died in infancy. 

9600. Danikl*, b. 5 June, 1814 ; married Susan Brock. After her death he lna^ 

ried Winifred-B. Cobb. He is State Agent for released convicts. 

Res. 1871, Linden Park, eor, ofQay ^., Botton^ Mam. 



808 Descendants of ElhcH {Winslow) EussdL K 

Children, unmarried in 1871: 
0601. Frederic-Cobb*. 

9603. Eugene*, b. 20 Aug. 1846. 
9608. Jkdidah-Hubsbt*, died in infancy. 

9604. LuGT*, married Judge Edward-Moores Gardiner, s. of Rowland and Susan 

(Moores) of N. Judge of Probate. Res. 1878, Nantucket, Jfojt. 

Children: 

9605. Walter*, grad. Brown University. 

9606. Richard-Fletclici*, was unmarried in 1871, and boarding at the St. 

James Hotel, Boston, Mass. 

9607. John-Fremont*, bom about 1856. 

9608. Fletcher*, died in infancy. 

9609. Grace*, died aged eight years. 

9610. Jambs*, was unmarried. Master-mariner* 

9611. Rachel*, an invalid and unmarried. 

9012. PH£BB-AifN*, married at Nantucket, James-Leonard Fiaher, of N. lie 
sailed about 1863 or '4, and had not been heard from in 1871, at which 
date she was living with her mother at 67 Pearl St., Nantucket, Mass. 

a.p. 

9613. Benjamik-Frakklik-Winslow", married Phebe-Folger Gardiner, dau. of 

George- Washington and Rebecca (Drew). State officer of the prison at 
Charlestown. Res. ChaHutown^ Man, 

Children : 

9614. George-Gardiner*. 

9615. Florence*. 

9616. Winslow*. 

9617. Charlbs-Frederic*. Master-mariner; in 1871 was unmarried. Hct. 

Oregon. 

9618. Hbnry-Clat*, d. 21 Sept 1863, in the Navy. 

9619. William-Swain*, married Lydia-B. Coffin. Res. 1871, San FrancUoo^ CaL 

Child: 

9620. Mary-Eliza', is deceased. 

[We have not ascertained the name of the twelfth child of Eliaa^ (Wins- 
low) Russell.] 

9621. BENJAMIN', [9584] (Benjamin*, Joseph*, Job*, Joseph*, J<^, Ken€lm\) b. 
Sept 1803, Nantucket, Mass.; married there, 5 Aug. 1.831 or % Mary-Maxcey 
Baker, b. 14 Jan. 1812, dau. of James and Ruth (Maxcey) of N«, and sister of Ann- 
Davis Baker, wife of Shubael-Mooers' [9640]. 

Res. 1873, 45 AlUion St,^ Charlestown, Mass, 

Children : 

9622. 1. Benjamin*, bom about 1833-4; died in infancy. 

9623. 2. Pukbb-Akn*, b. 80 Jan. 18^6; m. Nantucket, Mass., 13 July, 1857, Wil- 



^ Macj/y Colemany Folgety SpaiMingy KmegeVy Alley^ Lee. 809 

liam-Hussey liacy, of N., born there, 18 May, 1826, i. of George and 
fionice (Easton) of '^.^Maey Gen., p. 280. He was, in 1878, Register 
of Deeds for Nantneket County. Res. NarUucketj Ma$i. 

Children : 

9624. 1. Carrie-Lonise*, b. 18 Apr. 1858, Nantucket. Ret. 1868, Botton^ Mtm. 

9625. 2. Susan-Rebecca", b. 28 June, 1860, Nantucket; died there, 17 July, 

1860. 

9626. a. Joseph-Henry", b. 15 June, 1861, «* 

9627. 4. Isabel- Winslow*, b. 80 Aug. 1865, Boston, Mass. 

9628. 5. William-Frank", b. 17 July, 1867, " 

9629. 6. Mary-Jennie", b. 1 July, 1870, Nantucket 

9630. 8. Mart- Jamb", bom in 1841 ; died in infancy. 

9631. 4. Mart-Janb*, b. Nov. 1842; m. Charlestown, Mass., 5 Sept. 1865, Alfred 

Ckaeman, of Nantucket Res. 1878, 247 Saratoga Si,, Bait BotUm^ Mau. 

Children : 

9632. 1. Susan- Winslow*, bom in 1866, Charlestown, Mass. 
9688. 2. Nellie", bora in 1871, East Boston. 

9684. 8. Arthur", bom June, 1878, Charlestown. 

9635. 6. LucT-RussELL*, b. 23 Apr. 1844; m. Charlestown, Mass., 8 Aug. 1865, 
Francis-Edward Folger, of Nantucket. 

Res. 1878| 61 EUn SL^ CAarlettowny Matt. 

Children bora in Charlestown: 
9686. 1. Sarah-Macy", bora in 1866. 

9637. 2. Carrie-Tobey", bora in 1871. 

9638. 6. Eate-Colbmai«', b. Oct. 1849; m. Charlestown, Mass., June, 1873, John- 

F. Spaulding, of C. Res. 1873, 12 Irffing Place, CharleaUmoru, Man. 

9639. 7. Eixen-Maria", b. 1852; m. Charlestown, Mass., 18 Bfay, 1878, Charles- 

Henry Krueger^ of Cambridge^ Mass. 

Res. 1874, 45 AlUt4m 81,, CharUUawn, Mass, 

9640. SHUBAEL-MOOERS*, [9585] (Benjamin^ Jouph^, Job\ Jo9eph\ Job\ Ke- 
nelm\)b. 21 Apr. 1805, Nantucket, Mass. ; died there, 2 June, 1872; m. by Rev. L^ 
F. Swift at N., 22 "May, 1832, to Ann-Davis Baker, b. 14 Jan. 1814, dau. of James 
and Ruth (Maxcey; of N., and sister of Mary-Maxcey Baker, wife of Benjamin* 
[0021 J. I^c^- ^^^^i Nantueketj JTom. 

Children bora in Nantucket: 

0641. 1. Mary-Elizabetth", b. 10 Mar. 1836; married, 29 Sept. 1857, Leander-F. 
Alley. He was lieutenant in the 20th Mass Reg., and was killed at the 
battle of Fredericksburg, December, 1862. She married 2d, 25 Jan. 
1866, Thomas-J. Lee, of South Bridgewater, Mass. 

Res. 1873, Mrth Bridgewater, Mm. 

Children: 
9642. 1. Emma-P*., b. 4 July, 1860. 



810 DtBcendanUof BenjamirC Winslaw* K 

By 2d marriage: 
W43. 2. Louisa-F*., b. 22 Aug. 1869. 

fif44. a. Sakah-S*., b. 9 Nov. 1837; married, 11 Sept. 1860, Gcorgc-A. Veeder. 

Bes. 1873, NantuekU, Matt. 

Children: 

9645. 1. Charles-Edward*, b. 10 July, 1801. 

9646. 2. Mary-Frances*, b. 18 Apr. 1864. 

9647. 8. ShubablMookrs', b. 8 Aug. 1839; d. 24 Apr. 1865, at Armory Square 

Ho8[»ital, Washington, D.C., from wounds received at the battle of 
Petersburg, April, 1865. He married, 9 Mar. 1864. Anna-F. Turner. 

8. p. 

i»648. 4. LoDiSA-B*., b. 21 July, 1841 ; married, 22 July, 1869, Luther-B. French, 

of Oilman ton. Res. 1878, Charlastoum, Matt, 

9649. 5. Phebb-Moobbs*, b. 9 June, 1843; married, 5 Nov. 1865, Richard-C. 

OibbSy Jr., of Nantucket Res. 1873, Nantueket^ Matt. 

Children: 

9650. 1. Richard-Firman*, b. 12 June, 1867, Nantucket 

9661. 2. Henry-Derbyshire*, b. 6 Sept. 1869, Talcahuano, Chili; died there, 9 

Not. 1870. 
9652. 6. Ai9i7-B'.^ b. 1 Jan. 1845; married, 7 Sept 1869, Williaro-R. Bunker. 

Res. 1873, North Bridgeu>ater^ Matt, 

Children: 
9658. 1. William- WinsloV, b. 19 June. 1870; d. Oct. 1870, Nantucket 

9654. 2. Frank-Wiuslow*, b. 7 Mar. 1872, N. Bridgewater. 

9655. 7. BE17JAM1N-F*., b. 28 Jan. 1847; in 1873 was unmarried. 

Res. SauUh Abingtojiy Matt, 

9656. a Ltdia-W*., b. 24 Jan. 1849; married, 6 May, 1868, Waldo-Everett 

Josselyn, of S. Abington. Res. 1873, South AUngUm^ Matt. 

Children : 

9657. 1. William- Wallace*, b. Feb. 1870. 

9658. 2. Waldo-Everett*, b. Aug. 1872. 

9659. 9. TiioHAB-C*., b. 11 Mar. 1851; in 1878 was unmarried. 

Res. Dridiewater^ Matt. 

9660. 10. Charles-C*. , b. 8 Fob. 1853; d. 3 Sept 1855, Nantucket 

9661. 11. William-Fletcher*, b. 28 Mar. 1855. 

9662. 12. SU6AI7-A*., b. 19 Jan. 1858. 

9663. CHARLES.FREDERICK% M.D., [9586] {Bcvjamin*, Jotej>h\ Jo^, Joteph\ 
Jdb\ KeMlm\) h, 80 June, 1811, Nantucket, Mass. ; d. July, 1877, Salt Lake City, 
Uuh; married in N., 1 July, lSo8, Lydia Jones, b. 14 Oct 1814, at N., dau. of 
Daniel and Elizabeth (Arthur) of N. She died 23 Dec. 1874, Boston, and is buried 
in Mount Auburn Cemetery. He received the degree of M.D. from Harvard in 1833 
^ and settled in early life in Nantucket, where be held several local offices. Ho 



K Charles-Frederick'' Winslow, M.D. 811 

was 81 bseqnestly Consular Physician at Lahaina, Sandwich Islands, and at Callao, 
Peru; wis also U.S. Coa^ul at Paita, Peru, S. A. In November, 1873, he was chosen 
President of the Delta Phi Society, Salt Lake City. He has been a great traveler, 
and his family have, with him, circumnavigated the globe, residing also for four 
years in Europe. He is the author of the following works: 

Cosmography, published by Cronby & Nichols, 18&S; Discourses : — Preparation 
of the Earth for the Intellectual Races, published by Crosby & Nichols, 1855; 
Nazarite's Vow, published by Crosby S< Nichols, 1855; Cooling Globe, published by 
Walker, of Boston, 1364; Force and Nature, published by • Macmillan & Co., Lon- 
don, 1869. 

The following extract is from the Daily TrUmne^ of 1874, Salt Lake City: 
AmoD^ the Thanksgiving gu. herings in this city, we hear of none more attractive 
than the dinner party at Judge Haydon^s, over which Mrs. Haydon presided with 
her acciiAtomed grace, cheering the entertainment with her versatile talents of con- 
versation and music. Among the guests were Governor Woods, Chief Justice 
HcKean, Colonel Wickizer, Dr. Winslow, and General Blanchard, of Hartford, a 
highly cultivated gentleman, the guest of our highly esteemed Chief Justice. The 
feast of reason and flow of soul seem to have been generous and uninterrupted, and 
continued from six o'clock till midnight. Philosophy, the arts, music, wit, and 
poe8>, all lent their aid to the enjoyments of the evening. The banquet was pre- 
facea by an appropriate ** grace " from Judge McKean,and was closed by the follow- 
ing original ode read by Dr. Winslow. We are indebted to Judge Haydon for a 
copy of the Doctor's, verses. 

THANKBQIVING LAY. 



BY C-F. #IHflT.OW. 



The days, and months and changing years 

Roll jjwiftly by. and witi them bring 
Cold winter snows, and human tears. 

Sweet blooms, and smiles of joyous Spring*, 
Warm summer with its grassy meads, 
Bich autumn with its fruitful seeds. 
Abounding for the thousand needs 
Of man and beast throughout the earth. 
To whom the Great Supreme gWes birth. 
AlS countless as the flakeS of snow, 

Untold as woman's endless pains, 
For every pang and human woe. 
Tor all the chilling blasts that blow, 
The smiles of God diffused below. 
Descending oft in copious rains. 
Distilling soft iu nightly dews, 
Are changed to flowers of charming hues^ 
To com, and wine, and nutrient oUa, 
Abundant fruits and teenaing soi\a. 



812 Charles-Frederick' Winslow, M.D. ^ 

Wliere'er we turn from zone to zone, 

We view celestial gifts alone. 

The Magians say that Good and 111, 

As hostile agents roam the earth, 
Great offspring of Almighty will. 

Both bad and good of heavenly birth. 
And ^, of other race and fame. 
Obeying laws of Christian nniMc. 
Confess tliese agents all the stime, 
Whatever their origin or claim. — 

For right and wrong from age to age, 

Whatever tJie doctrines of the sage, 
Contest the power of God for sway, 
The jp}»opite believe who may. 

But Anally the good prevails; 
The sunstiin'e dissipates the mms; 
The joys ot life exceed the pains, 

And songs of earth transcend tlie wails. 
Hence, thanks to God for spring and fall. 

For winter's cold and summer's heat, 
Alike for honey and for gali, 

For all to mortal man are meet 
To tin Jehovah's great behests, 
And win the soul to heavenly feasts. 

And now especially we raise 

With all the nation round us bent, 
One universal song of praise 

For all these blessings kindly Sent. 

When years on years have passed away 

And hearts now young are growing old, 
When friends are parted here for aye. 

The same glad story shall be told. 
The same thanksgiving lays besun^. 
And great and small, and old and young, 

•\s9embled round the festal board, 
8hal* join with sweet and hallowed tongue, 

A hundred millions in accord, 
To bless the goodness of the Lord. 

He and his family ha e resided, among othi^r places^ in Nantucket, Mass. ; La- 
haina, S. Is. ; San Francisco. Cal. ; Boston, Waltham, and West Newton, Mass. ; 
Paris^ France; Munich, Heidelberg, and Baden Baden, Gennany; Luzerne, Switzer- 
land; Rome, Italy; Callao and Paita, Peru, S.A. The last years of his life were 
spent in Salt Lake City, Utah Territory. The editor of the Boston Journal learning 
of his death, wrote concerning him: *'Dr. C-F. Winslow was a native of Nantucket, 
and formerly a practicing physician in Boston, where he was widely known and 
esteemed as a man and a gentleman of superior scientific attainments. During the 
war of the Rebellion he visited Europe with his family, remaining scvenil years, and 
while there wrote a work entitled *• Nature and Force," which received high encomi- 
imis from eminent European scientists. Of late years he lias beea engaged in min- 
ing enterprises in Utah. He was very fond of scientific pursuits, possessed warm 
lympathies and a genial tempeituneut, and his decease will be deeply regretted by a 
numerous circle of friends and acqnanitauccs. " 



K 



GhuTlea-Fredei^ick' Winslow, Jf.D. 813 



Saturday, 7 July, 1877, he completed a work in hand, and was feeling better 
in health than for a few days previous. In the evening several friends were sitting 
in his ibom, chatting until 9:15, when all but two left. A few moments after, he 
rose and walked toward tlie bed, remarking that he would lie down awhile, and 
died as he was standing, probably of heart disease, from which he had been for 
some time suffering. 

An extract from the wUl of Dr. Winslow is here given : 
**I request, order, and command that, if in the course of eight and fortj hours It be known posi- 
tirely and clearly proven that I am dead, mj heart may be removed from my body by some compe- 
tent anatomist, and placed immediately in a strong kIaab vessel having a ground glass stopper 
accurately fitted to the same, and that this vessel be immediately filled, for the porpose of embalm- 
ing my heart, irlth a saturated solution, in hot water, of muriate of ammonia, sal ammonia, and the 
corrosive subkimate of mercury, and with the highest proof alcohol, this mixture to consist of 
equal parts of alcohol and the saturated solution of sal ammonia and the corrosive sublimate, each 
of these salts being added to the boiling water until it will dissolve no more. The alcohol may be 
added to the solution while it is yet hot. and the vessel filled therewith. The vessel must be stop- 
ped and sealed and the stopper securely covered with wet parchment and tied. I order this vessel, 
with its contents thus prepared and when cold, to be put into a thick oak plank box, made of the 
sixe to Just receive it, and this box I order to be saturated with coal tar; this I wish enclosed in a 
plain pine case and buried in the grave and over the remains of my dear and venerated mother, in 
the " South of Newtown '' burying-ground, in the island of Nantucket, where I was bom. My dear 
and excellent father, to whom I am indebted for my enlarged views of nature, lies by her side, and 
the same mound marks the resting-place of both, and a single stone records the birth snd death of 
each. Thus may this sacred spot be known where I wish my heart to rest forever, after my heart 
has been removed and embalmed as above directed. I order that my body be burned in the most 
convenient manner that my executors, or the friends or persons with whom I may dwell at the 
time of my death, may be able to adopt. I should be satisfied if the method of cremation as prao- 
Uoed by the ancient Bomans was adopted, but, if this be not convenient or practicable, my body 
may be burned in a retort, as is now practiced in such cases in Oermanv After this process is 
completed, I desire and order that aU that may remain of my bones ibd 'ishes may be gathered up, 
placed Id a strong glass vessel similar to the one before described, uid that this be treated In the 
same manner as that which shall contain my heart. It is my desire and command that this be 
taken to the cemetery of Mount Auburn, near Cambridge, Mass., and placed in the sam<*> grave and 
upon the coffin which contains the precious remains of my great, dear, and venerated win.** 

In compliance with the will theteremony of cremation was performed, 81 July. 

From among several addresses reported on the occasion, we give an extract from 
that of Dr. J-F. Hamilton : 

'' It would not be right to sav that Dr. Charles F. Winslow Is no more. Let us rather believe 
that what of him was immaterial has. according to his own belief, returned unto the Gtod who gave 
it, while what of him was material is left with n^ to be disposed of in Ic^ral and solemn obedience to 
his oral and written commands. Dr Winslow was a man of mark. No one could vnow him, no one 
could even meet him. without being impressed with the great strength of his native and acquired 
endowments. Bom in New England, and Educated there and in Europe as a physician aud sur- 
geon, his high attainments and great siu-oess in his profession, bis subsequent devotion to science, ' 
his extensive travels and philosophii^ observation^ his acquaintance on terms of equality with 
eminent men, and his own published works, all forbid that his name should soon pass out of the 
memory of his fellow-men. Home months since, our deceased friend said to a friend of his, 'Did 
you ever see a human body in process of decomposition disinterred ?* On being answered in the 
negative, he said, *If you had seen it you would recoil from the dread mysteries of the grave and 
wish your dead body to be burned. It is because of my reverence for the human body that I wish 
mine to be burned, end the ashes preserved.* '' 

Children of Dr. Charles-Frederick' and Lydia (Jones) Winslow: 
9664. 1. Charles- William', b. 22 July, 1839, Nantucket; m. by Rev. 8-W. Rowe, 
Jamestown, Chautauqua Co., N.Y., 20 Jan. 1868, to Isadore-Rebecca 
Keeler, dau. of Zalmon-Gould, of J., formerly of Ridgefield, Fair- 
field Co., Ct., and Joanna-Boyden (Crosby) of Brattleboro, Wind- 
ham Co.. Vt. He graduated in June, 1858, at Rensselaer Poly- 
technic Institute, Troy, N.Y., with the degree of Civil Engineer, 
pursuiug his profession in ^leadville, Pa., and Jamestown, N.Y., 



81i Descendants of Joseph* Winslow. K 

from September, 1858 uutU August, 1863, when, having given up 
active occupation as an engineer, lie took the position of Assist- 
ant Auditor of the Atlantic and Great Western R.R., and settled 
in Meadville. In March, 1869, he removed thence to Paterson, 
New Jersey, to fill a similar position on the Erie R.R., and, in September, 
1871, returned to Meadville as Auditor of the Atlantic and Great Western 
R.R.; March, 1873, moved to St. Thomas, Elgin Co., Prov. Ontario, 
Canada, as Auditor and General Accountant of the Canada Southern 
Railway Line. Res. 1877, St. Louis, Mo. 

Children : 

9665. 1. Charles-Keeler*, b. 14 Sept. 1863, Jamestown. 

9666. 2. Frederick-Barrett*, b. 4 Nov. 1864, Meadville, Pa. 

9667. 3. Coriaande', b. 6 Dec. 1867, 

9668. 2. Elizabeth- JoNBB*, b. 25 Oct. 1840, Nantucket; married in Boston, 5 

May, 1870, Joseph Shippen, b. 10 Sept. 1839, :Meadville, Pa., youngest 
son of the late Chief Justice Henry Shippen, of M., and Elizabetli-Wal- 
lis (Evans), who died in 1873. He grad. July, 1860, Harvard College; 
is a lawyer. Res. 1877, 8t, LouiSy Mo, 

Children bom in St. Louis: 
9668». 1. Joseph-Franklin*, b. 17 Aug. 1871. 
9668*. 2. Kathleen-Maud*, b. 19 Dec. 1873. 
9668«. 3. % b. 19 Oct. 1876. 

9669. 8. Isabella", b. 7 May, 1848, Nantucket. 

Res. 1877, Harrk Avenue^ Jamaica Plain^ Mast, 

9670. 4. MARLi-LouiSA-CROWNiNSHipLD", b. 6 July, 1845, Lahaina, Island of Alaui, 

Sandwich Islands. Res. 1877, Harris Aventte, Jamaica Plain, Mass, 

9671. 5. Frederick', b. 1 Feb. 1661, Nantucket ; married, Chicago, 111., October, 

1876, Emma Castle. Res. 1877, (HI CUy, Pa, 

9672. PERRY*, [9579] {Joseph^ Jdb\ Josq^\ J6b\ Kmdm\) b. ' 12 Sept. 1770, 
Dighton, Mass. ; died at sea, aged about 36; married in East Greenwich, RL, Judith 
Green, who died in that town. He was master of a vesseL East Qreenwieh, Mass. 

Children: 
9678. Oliyer^, after the death of his parents, was brought up by his uncle, 
Benjamin* Winslow. He went to sea when a young man, and became 
master of a whaler. About the year 1838, having acquired considerable 
property, he left Nantucket to reside in the interior of New York State. 
He married, but we have not ascertained the name of his wife. 
Children: 

9674. Roland". 

9675. Judith*. 

9676. Judith^, is deceased. ''She was a devout woman, thoughtful of Qod 

duly, and practically good." She married at East Greenwich, 

Eldridge. ^ Res. East Orcenwich, R.I. 



C Caj)t. Joseph* Winslow and Descendants. 815 

9677. CAPT. JOSEPH*, [9581] (Joseph^ M\ Joseph\ Job\ Kenelm\) b. 20 Jan. 
1775, East Greenwich, R.I., three months after the death of his father; d. 19 June, 
1838, Nantucket, Mass. ; married there, 19 June, 1804, Betsey Comstock, b. 19 June, 
1785, dau. of John, of Nantucket and East Haddnm, Ct., and Lydia (Gardner), dau. 

of John and Kezia ( ) of N. She died 29 lilay, 1867, at N., and was buried there. 

Merchant. Nantucket, Man. 

Children bom in Nantucket: 

9678. Samuel-Higos', b. 23 Mar. 1805; was married by Seth-P. Swift, at N., 

July, 1825, to Sarah Godfrey, b. 12 Sept. 1808, at N., dau. of John and 
Betsey (Gardner) of N. She died 28 Sept. 1838, (the day that her son 
George- Washington* was drowned) at Nantucket, and was buried there. 
He was married 2d, by Mr. Sanford, at Harwich, Mass., 16 Oct. 1839, to 
Hannah (Small) Ellis, born in H., dau. of Daniel and Prisciila (Clark), 
both natives of 11. Butcher; also captain and pilot. 

Res. Newport, R.I., and, 1874, Nantucket, Maes, 
Children bom in Nantucket: 

9679. 1. Andrew-I)iUon% b. 29 Mar. 1826; m. byElisha-E. Baker, Centreville 

Mass., 17 Aug. 1856, to Amelia-Rose Morton, dau. of William and 
Sophia (Small) of C. 

9680. 2. George-Washington*, b. 10 Aug. 1828; was drowned at Nantucket 

28 Sept. 1838. 
By 2d marriage : 

9681. 8. Mary-Ann», b. 18 Aug. 1840; m. by J. Benton, Taunton, Mass., 18 

Aug. 1860, to Charles- Warren Merrick, a. of William and Eliza 
(Perry). He died 12 July, 1863, New Bedford, Mass. She was 
married 2d. by George Whittaker, Lynn, Mass., 18 Sept. 1872, to 
George- Ed ward Oorham, s. of Benjamin and busan (Snow) of Nan- 
tucket. 

9««9. 4. Samuel-Perry", b. 10 Mar. 1843.* 

9688. 6. Sarah-Jane', b. 20 June, 1847. 

9684. Mary-Ann^ is deceased. 

9685. . George- Wasuington', , ,. , , , 

9686. 1 Tuoma8.Jeffer80n\ ^'^'"^ "^^^^ ^^^^''^^^ ^^"^ ^^ ^^"'^^ ^^^ ^^ *'-^- 

9687. GKORGB-WA8UINGT0N^ b. 11 Mar. 1811; m. by Rev. Seth-P. Swift, at 

Nantucket, 6 Mar. 1832, to Mary-Wing Starbuck, b. 4 Sept. 1815, 
Duunesburgh, N.Y., dau. of Paul and Mary (Allen) of N. Blacksmith. 

Ris. 1873, Nantucket, Maes. 
Children born in Nantucket: 

May-Abby», b. 80 Sept. 1832; d. 19 Nov. 1832, aged 6 weeks. 
Isabel-Higgs», b. 11 Mar. 1834; d. 10 Sept. 1834, aged 6 montlis. 
Thomas-JeffersonV b. 18 Sept. 1835; d. 7 Jan. 1886. 
Henry-Clay', b. 7 Feb. 1837; m. Nantucket, 28 Nov. 1866, Caroline- 
Amelia Briggs, 1). 10 Dec. 1834, Duanesburgh, N.Y., dau. of Job 
and Sarah-llinkley (Davis) of N. 

li) 



9688. 


1. 


9689. 


2. 


9690. 


3. 


9691. 


4. 



81C Descendants of Cwpt Joseph* Winslow. K 

9693. 5. Lydia-Morrow», b. 4 July, 1840; d. 5 July, 1842, aged 2 yeara. 

Sew. 5; 1 wnuam", \^' ^^ ^^y* ^®^^^ ^- ^ '^"^y^ ^®^^» ^'^^^ ^ °''"'^^' ^^ "^"^^ 

9695. 8. Joseph*, b. 15 May, 1846; d. 6 Sept. 1846. 

9696. 9. Lydia-Morrow*, b. 23 Aug. 1847; m. Nantucket, 2 Oct. 1866, James- 

]\Ioland Bamsdell, b. 22 Feb. 1847, at N., s. of William and CU- 
rinda (Fisher) of N. 

Child: 

9697. Olafr%nda\\}. 8 Oct. 1867. 

9698. 10. George-Millard*, b. 29 Oct. 1853. 

9699. 11. May-AUen*, b. 11 Nov. 1855. 

9700. Thomas-Jbfperson^ b. 22 Feb. 1813; was drowned. 

9701. Capt. Perby\ b. 24 Mar. 1815; married . He is a retired ship- 

master; has lost his eyesight. Res. 1875, Nantucket^ Mass, 

9702. ELIZA-ANN^ b. 24 June, 1818; m. by Thomas Pierce, at Nantucket, 17 

Aug. 1832,. to Asa-Fairbanks Bates, b. 1 Apr. 1807, Sturbridge, Mass., 
8. of Lyman and Jerusha (Fairbanks) of S. He died 30 Oct. 1848, Nan- 
tucket, and was buried there. Mariner ; first mate. 

She rei. 1873, Nantucket, Moms. 

Children bom in Nantucket: 

9703. 1. Betsey-Ann*, b. 19 June, 1834; d. 18 Nov. 1835. 

9704. 2. Mary-Jane*, b. 1835; d. 30 July, 1887. 

970"). 8. Emily-Haven*, b. 4 July, 1837; d. 23 Sept. 1859. 

9706. 4. Thomas- Jefferson*, b. 6 Jan. 1839; m. by Samuel-D. Hosmer, at Nan- 

tucket, 12 May, 1869, to Susan-Cobb Hammond, dau. of Edward and 
Susan (Oobb) of N. She died 17 Dec. 1873. Quartermaster on the 
steamer Neptune, Central Wharf. a. p. 

P.O. add. 1874, Boston^ Mom. 

9707. 5. Lizzie-Ann', b. 29 Sept. 1841; m. by Samuel-D. Hosmer, at Nan- 

tucket, 5 May, 1867, to Edward-B. CJoffln 2d, b. 9 Mar. 1837, N., a. 
of Edward-G. 2d, and Lydia-G. (Swain) of N. Shoemaker. 

Bes. 1874, Nantucket^ Mau. 

9708. 6. Perry-Winslow*, b. 15 Feb. 1844; d. Oct. 1845. 

9709. 7. Perry-Winslow*, b. 16 Oct. 1847. 

9710. Capt. Joseph', b. 26 Aug. 1821 ; married . He is a retired ship-mas- 

ter. Res. 1875, Nantucket, Mass. 

9711. William-Hbkkt', b. Mar. 1824; enlisted in the 20th Mass. Infantry, and 

was killed 11 Dec. 1862, at the battle of Fredericksburg, in a skirmish 
which occurred in the latter part of the afternoon. He married Almira 
Barlow, dau. of Levi, and had two sons. After the death of her hus- 
band she removed to Providence, R.L, where she was residing in 1873. 

9713. CAPT. JOB*, [2025] {Job\ Joseph*, Jotl", Eeiielm\) b. 17 Nov. 1788, Digh- 
ton, Mass.; d. 14 Dec. 1809, New Lebanon Springs, N.Y., in the 72d year of his 
age ; and was buried there, in the family yard, which has always been reserved when 



^ Copt. Job* Window. 81T 

the fann has passed into the hands of strangers. He married Temperance Hayden, 
a Aative of East Haddam, Ct., and probably dau. of Ebenezer, of Saybrook, Ct. On 
the records of that town, Liber 7, p. 538, is found a deed of one-fourth acre of land, 
fi^ven by Ebenezer Hayden to Job Winslow, 14 Dec. 1759. She died 21 Mar. 1777, 
in her 41 st year, ace. to gravestone in East Haddam. He married 2d, Mary Rogers, 
b. 10 April, 1750. She died at the house of her son John* Winslow, 20 Feb. 1831, 
and was buried at Westford, on Warren Fellow's land, where others also were 
buried. 

Dr. Charies-Prederick' Winslow [9663], grandson of Joseph^, writes: 

" These young men, Joseph and Job, came from the region of Somerset and 
Dighton, Mass., to Rhode Islan'i and Connecticut, and there settled about the mid- 
die of the eighteenth century.'' 

John-Flack' Winslow [9740], grandson of Job*, writes: 

•*My grandfather's name was Job Winslow, born at Dighton, Massachusetts; 
the year of his advent I do not know. He was bred a shipwright, serving his ap- 
prenticeship at D. Very soon thereafter he removed to 'Mouth of Connecticut 
River' (either to Saybrook or Lyme); and at Saybrook established a ship-yard and 
followed tlie business of ship-building. Some years after he purchased a farm in 
and removed to Canaan, Columbia Co., in this State [New York], where he died 
somewhere about the year 1806 or '7. He had two wives, and, by the first, two sons, 
viz. : Job, the eldest, who never marrietl, and Richard, my father, both born at 
Lyme, Ct. [The town clerk of Lyme writes us: **I have carefully examined from 
1743-1844 the records of marriages, births, and deaths, and do not find the name of 
Winslow recorded there." Perhaps these two sons were born at Saybrook or East 
Haddam, Ct.] By the second he had several children; the only two I recollect 
ever seeing were John and a daughter named Temperance ; both were married, but I 
have no knowledge of their families." [The family record sent us by Mrs. Lydia- 
Ann' (Winslow) Deming [9784] does not give this daughter Temperance.] Captain 
Winslow removed, late in life, to New Lebanon, Columbia Co., N.Y. 

*' Received Kinderhook the eighteenth day of August in the year of our Lord 
one thousand eight hundred and six of Mr. Job Winslow (by tlie hands of his son 
John) one of the possessors of Land in the patent of Mawignunck the sum of thirty 
four dollars and seventy nine cents which with former payments is in full of the 
principal and Interest of the sum which by the award of the Commissioners appointed 
by law to settle the controversy between the proprietors of »aid patent and the pos- 
sessors of Laud within the same was charged upon the said Job Winslow. 

Witness P Silvester ) nominated by the said Commtsslonera 

N Schorch > to receive said monies." 

Besides the original of this receipt, Mr. and Mrs. Deming have in their posses- 
sion deeds of several parcels of land which her father owned in Michigan. 

Children: 

9718. 1. Judith, bom about 1761 ; d. 17 Oct. 1782. " Mrs. Judith, dan'' o^ Capt. 
Job and Temperance Winslow, in her 22d year," ace. to gravesiono in 
East Haddam, Ct. 



818 liic/uird* Winslow. ^ 

9714. 2. Job, or John. There is a gravestone of Job or John [illegible] between 

the stones of Judith and Makefield. 

9715. 8. Makefield, bom about 1766; d. 5 Sept. 1782. •♦Mr. Makefield, son of 

Capt. Job and Temperance Winslow, in his 17th year," ace. to gravestone 
in East Haddam. 

9716. 4. Job, died unmarried; was very deaf. Mechanic and ship-carpenter. 

9717. 6. Richard, [9727] b. abt. 1771 ; d. 9 Jan. 1847; ni. Mary Coming. 
By 2d marriage : 

9718. 6. Polly, b. 25 June, 1778; d. 27 Mar. 1842; married Darling. 

9719. 7. LuciXDA, b. 6 Feb. 1780. 

9720. 8. Sallv, b. 27 Aug. 1781 ;d. 1 Feb. 1837. 

9721. 9. Betsey, [9766] b. 27 Jan. 1788; married HilL 

9722. 10. John, b. 81 May, 1784. Res. 1852, Sprin^d, Otaego Co., N. ?. 

9723. 11. Dayid-Griffin, [9768] b. 70ct. 1786jd, 10 June, 1869; m. Lucretia Gray ; 

m. 2d, . 



9724. 12. Joseph, [9807] b. 21 Nov. 1788; married . - 

9725. 18. HoPKY, [9809] b. IJuly, 1793; d. 12 Sept. 1847; married CrandelL 

9726. 14. Temper ANCK, ace. to John-Flack' Winslow. She mariied . , 

9727. RICHARD-, [9717] {J6b\ Jdb\ Jo9ep1i\ Jch\ Kenelm\) born about 1771, in 
Connecticut, d. 9 Jan. 1847, aged 76, Albany, N.Y. ; m. Hartford, Ct, 17 Jan. 1804, 
Mary Corning, b. 18 Feb. 1783, eldest dau. of Asa and Cynthia (Seymour) of H., 
and sister of Jasper Corning, of New York City. She died 13 Feb. 1805, aged 82 
years, 9 months, Broadway, Albany, N.Y. Following the practice characteristic of 
Connecticut citizens, Mr. Winslow went from the place of his nativity, and is found 
at xVlbany, N.Y"., about 1800. He soon owned and commanded a vessel plying be- 
tween New Y'ork and Albany, continuing as captain of the same till after 1807. The 
demand for iron led him to purchase an establishment for the manufacture of iron 
from the ore, and for converting the same into cast-iron articles of public need. 
He was first to cast the ten-plate stoves, which for a long time were held in high 
esteem. He resided at Albany, with the exception of five or six years, when he was 
in Bennington, Vt, engaged in the manufacture of iron in company with the lato 
Wm. James, of Albany. On his return to that city in 1818. he became connected 
with the Commissary Department of the Army; was at Phittsburg at the time of the 
battle there. 

During the period of his connection with the army his wife and children were 
in Hartford, Conn., where the sixth child, 4lames^ was born 17 Feb. 1815. Leav- 
ing the army, he resumed his former business as owner and master of vessels on the 
Hudson, in which he continued until about 1827, when he went into the 
flouring business on Norman's Creek, about a mile south of Albany, his family 
residing, first on Quackcnbush street, and second, on Division street. This manu- 
facture, with increasing purchases and sales of flour and grain, continued till 1834, 
when, at sixty-two years of age, a highly honored citizen, he retired from business, 
residing on Broadway to the time of his death. His funeral sermon was preached 
9th of January, 1847, by Rev. Dr. Fisher, and his body was placed in the family 
vault in the Albany cemetery. 

Prior to 1826-7, he had been for many years a member of Dr. Chester's charch| 



^ JiichardrHmry'' Window. 819 

the Second Presbyterian, of Albany. About thU time the Foui*th Presbyterian 
Church was organized, of which he was one of the founders, and, from the firat. one 
of the elders, most earnestly laboring for its growth, efficiency, and benign influ- 
ence. During the thirteen years subsequent to his retirement from mercantile life 
be devoted himself to religious and benevolent efforts. 

Albany, N. Y 
Children : 

0728. 1. John', b. 28 July, 1805; d. 22 Aug. 1805. 

»729. 2. Richaiid-Henry', b. 10 Sept. 1806, Albany; d. 15 Feb. 18G1, Wnstport, 
Ct. ; m. New York City, 10 Dec. 1829, Rachel Robertson, of N.Y., dau. 
of Archibald and (A brum). He married 2d, 9 Feb. 1854, Mary- 
Elizabeth Fitch, of Norwich, Ct., b. 27 July, 1827, New Hartford, Ct, 
dau. of Stephen and !SIary-Ingraham (Rogers) of New Hartford, and 
adopted dau. of Asa Fitch, of New York City, who lived for many years 
in the immediate neighborhood of the church in University Place. No 
children by the second marriage. 

In 1824-5 he went to Cunandaigua, and entered, as clerk, in the mer- 
cantile house of Deacon Thomas Bcales, where he remained about two 
years, and then went to Maranhnm, Brazil, S.A., as c]crk under his 
uncle, Leonard Corning, then and there a merchant, and American 
Consul of the port. 

He remained in South America two or more years, and, returning 
to the United States, soon went into business with Mr. Minot Morgan 
under the firm name of Morgan & Winslow, West Street, New York. 
Thus continued until about 1832, when he commenced in Wall Street, as 
exchange broker, associated with Mr. Tilley Alien, the firm name being 
Allen & Winslow. Mr. Allen retired some three years later, when a Mr. 
Perkins became his associate, and the business continued several years 
under the firm name of Winslow & Perkins. Mr. Perkins having retired 
in 1849, J-F-D. Lanier became his associate, and the business was con- 
tinued under highly prosperous circumstances till 1859, when Mr. Wins- 
low retired from business to his country home, the ** Compo House," at 
Westport, Conn. 

He was the originator of the Railroad Bond System, in 1 849. At that 
time Western railroads hardly existed, even in idea; and to inspire confi- 
dence in them, intelligence and unwavering faith was necessary on the • 
part of those presenting these enterprises to public favor. For this office 
he was peculiarly fitted ; be was a man whose earnest convictions and 
great energy seldom failed to impress his own views upon all with whom he 
came in contact. The commencement made by the firm in negotiating 
these securities was, however, in a very small way; but the great success 
of their first negotiations fully vindicated the representations made, large 
profits being realized by the purchasers of these securities ; and thence- 
forward the operations of the firm were distinguished for their magnitude 
rather than for the difficulties to be overcome. In a short time its ope- 
rations extended to almost every State in the Union where railroads 
■were in progress. 



820 liiohardrReiiry Winalow. K 

Mr. Winslow was a man of more than ordinary gifts and capabilities; 
positive in his characteristics; remarkably intelligent and accomplished 
in business affairs ; and intimately acquainted with financial matters. In 
bis intercourse with his business associates he was a man of 
admitted force and impress! veness ; and at a conversationalist, very in- 
teresting, not to say fascinating. He was deeply interested in the Qen- 
ealogy of the Winslow family ; and, with John' Winslow [50S3] and Rev. 
Dr. Hubbard* Winslow [6939], planned a meeting, at Plymouth, of those 
bearing the name. When it was suggested that there mi^ht be some 
who would be unable to bear tJie expenses of the journey, he 
replied that he would take care of all such cases. He died at 
his country-seat, and his remains were placed in the family vault 
in the Albany cemetery. His widow was married at Westport, 
Ct., 30 Apr. 1874, by Rt. Rev. John Williams, Bi's'iop of the diocese of 
Connecticut, assisted by Rev. L-S. Steven^ rector of the church, to Dr. 
Richard-Channing-Moore Page, of Virginia, bom.abo]it 1847. We ex- 
tract the following from an article in the New York Evening Mail of 19 
June, 1874, entitled **01d New York," and written by R-W. Newman. 
** He [Richard-Henry' Winslow] married Asa Fitch's adopted daughter, 
and, on his death, left her a large fortune. She retired to Westport, 
Ct , where a month ago she married a gentleman twenty years her junior. 
She built and endowed the church in which slie w is married, and had a 
great wedding; seven Imndred invitations were given out, and Pullman 
palace cars employed to take up her city friends." 
Children : 

9730. 1. Emma-Henrietta*, b. 23 Apr. 1831 ; married William-B. Putnam, of 

New York City. Res. 419 MadiMon Avenue^ H^^to York (My. 

Children: 

9730% 1. Tarrant, b. 19 Jan., 1852. 

9730^ 2. Clifford*, b. 7 July, 1854. 

9730«. 3. Arc/iihald-liobert8on\ b. 15 May, 1856; is deceased. 

9780*. 4. Cornelia*, b. 10 Dec. 1859; is also deceased. 

9730*. 5. Emma-Ad^l^, b. 15 Dec. 1867. 

9781. 2. Julia- Adelaide", b. 13 Oct. 1832; mafried John-S. Dickerson. Firm 

of John-S. Dickerson & Co., importere of metals, cor. Cliff and 
Fulton Sts., New York City. Ch. : 1. Franli^, b. 1858; m. 17 May, 
1877, Clara Secor; Res. 3 W. 38th St. N.Y. 2. Lulu\ b. 1854. 

9732. 8. Geraldine- Augusta", b. 13 Feb. 1839; in 1874 was unmarried, and 

resided with her mother in New York City. 

9738. 8. Edward-Thomas', b. 11 Dec. 1808, Albany, N.Y. ; d. 13 Jan. 1850, Ge- 
neva, N.Y., aud his remains were placed in the family vault in Albany 
cemetery. He was a man of methodical habits, of excellent executive 
abilities, industrious and energetic, and won the affection and respect of 
all with whom he came in contact. He died too early to reap much of 
the fruit of his sagacity and forecast; was one of' the leading and 
most efficient members of the American Express Company, of which he 
was one of the founders. He resided in Buffalo, N. Y., until within a few 
years of his death ; was married in that city, by Rev. A-T. Hopkins, 
8 Oct. 1837, to Sarah Coit, b. 11 Nov. 1816, dau. of George and Hannah 
(Townsend) of Buffalo. She res. 1873, Bvffalo, N. F, 





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Children born in Buffalo: 
0784. 1. Hannah-Coit% b. 24 Sept. 184^; m. by Rev. Frederick Warren, at 

Buffalo, 29 Sept. 1864, to Dr. Joseph-Ridge way Wetherill, of Buf- 
falo, b. 23 Feb. 1840, Burlington, N. J., a. of Samuel-Ridgeway and 
Ann-Shores (Wilson) of Burlington. Dentist. Res. New York City 
three years, Albany four years, and Buffalo, N.Y., twenty-three 
years; was residing in the latter place in 1874. 

Children born in Buffalo: 

Samud-Edward^, b. 7 Aug. 1865. 
Jennie- WUion\ b. 20 Aug. 1867. 
Mary-Windatc*, b. 30 Mar. 1370. 
Charles- Coit\ b. 18 Aug. 1872. 

George-CoitV b. IG Oct. 1844; m. by Rev. Charles Taylor, at Buffalo, 

8 Oct. 1878, to Carrie-Livingston Davis, b. 5 Feb. 1853, at B., dau. 

of William and Margaret (Taylor) of Cohoes, N.Y. Clerk in 

Comptroller's office. Res. New York City and Albany, N.Y. 

1874, 96 West JfoJiawk 8L, Buffalo, N. T. 
9740. 4. Johk-Flack% b. 5 Nov. 1810, Bennington, Vt. ; married, 12 Sept. 1832, 
Nancy-Beach Jackson, b. 29 Aug. ISlo, second dau. of. William and 
Susan (Halscy) of Rockaway, Morris Co., N.J. She died 9 Dec. 1861, 
Troy, N.Y. s.p. lie married 2d, Poughkeepsie, N.Y., 5 Sept. 1867, 
Harriet Wickes, b. Albany, N.Y., 7 Sept. 1837, dau. of Rev. Thomas- 
Scudd«r and Julia (Penniman) of P. 

Mr. Winsiow's education was acquired in Hartford, Conn., and 
Albany, N.Y. Leaving school, lie served about two years' clerkship 
with the old house of W. A A. Marvin, of Albany ; then went to New 
York, and, there having served a few months' clerkship, was sent by 
his principals to New Orleans to establish a branch house in that city. 
In this he succeeded; but was compelled by the unhealthiness of the 
climate, finnlly, to abandon the utMlertaking. 

He returned to the North in the summer of 1831. In November of 
that year, the month of his majority, he went to New Jersey as the 
agent and manager of the iron works at Boonton, belonging to the 
*'New Jersey Iron .Co.," and owned by parties in the city of New 
York and in England, then recently established after English models. 
These were much the largest works in this country. 

He continued in the managcrocMt of the aforesaid iron works till 
late in 1884, at which time he purchased the Clinton iron property, in 
Bergen County, N. J., where he had a short time before discovered ex- 
tensive deposits of hematite iron ore not before known to exist 

He remained in this business until about the close of 1886, when he 
sold all his iron interests in New Jersey to an incorporated company, 
and, in June, 1837, removed to Troy, N.Y., where he became partner 
with ErastuB Coming and James Homer in the Albany LronWorks, located 
at Troy. 



822 Descendants of John-Flack. Window, K 

For thirty years, under the various firm names of Corning, Horner 
& Co., Erastus Corning & Co., and Corning «& Winslow, this business 
relation continued uninterruptedly, terminating in 1867. 

He was also a partner in the Rensselaer Iron Works, consisting of 
rail-making, at Troy, and blast furnaces at Hudson and Fort Edward. 

From 1863 to 1868, Mr. Winslow was associated with the late John 
A. Griswold in the manufacture of steel by the Bessimer process, which 
they first introduced into America, being the proprietors of the patent 
for the process. Tlieir establishment was the parent of the many later 
works in the country for this manufacture, which marks an era in rail- 
way progress and economy — there now being such steel rails in use, which 
have outworn twenty successive iron rails. This industry has, in many 
departments, proved eminently beneficial to the country at large. 

In 1861, Mr. Winslow with Mr. Griswold and Captain John Erics- 
feon, of New York State, built for th« Government, and almost at their 
own risk, the first monitor, whose achievement in Hampton Roads in 
her fight with the rebel ship 3/«?7umaA has become a part of the naval 
history of our country. The secret Instory of this little monitor, her 
conception by Capt. Ericsson, her appreciation by his associates, and the 
difiSculties they experienced in impressing her value upon the naval de- 
partment of the Government, the embarrassments they encountered in 
having her adopted by the department, and the risk assumed by them 
as the condition on which she was ado])ted, when written, will show an 
amount of faith, loyalty, ^nd sagacity on their part, not surpassed by 
any private patriotic undertakings during the war ; and had they not 
succeeded in getting President Lincoln to share with them this confi- 
*dence, it is certain her advent would have been greatly delayed, if not 
entirely prevented. They afterward built some eight other vessels of the 
"monitor " type for the government during the rebellion. 

From 1863 until his removal from Troy to his future home on tlie 
bank of the Hudson at Poughkeepsie, Mr. Winslow was president of 
the Board of Trustees of the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute at Troy. 
He was also, from 1863 to 1868, one of the four proprietors of the ex- 
tensive iron mines in Moriah, Essex County, N.Y., during which period 
and subsequently their development has placed them among the largest, 
if not most extensive, of any east of the Alleghany Mountains. 

In 1867 he withdrew from active connection with the iron business 
to the enjoyment of his home on the Hudson. 

UNITY OF RESULT FROM DIVERSITY OF MEA^*S. 

Mr. Winslow, who skilfully planned and executed implements of 
defence for the preservation of the Union, has been equally active in 
aid of a system which, if fully executed, will have a binding force 
toward the perpetuity of our nation. 

The plan of presenting, in chart form, the lines of descendants from 
the settlers of Colonies and the founders of States to the present time, 
showing the branches from common stocks, now rooted in all the coun- 



^ J)e8cenda7its of Uichard* Winslow. 823 

tics of the Union, was early appreciated by Mr. Winslow as an element of 
national strength. Tliis element of strength is still increased by the 
system devised for the extension of these lines, a system arailable to 
future generations, securing bonds of perpetual union. 

It is the desire of those enlisted in this national work to publish a 
series of these charts. Already genealogical items sufficient for over 
five hundred have been collected ready for the press — each of which 
when printed may be separately framed for the parties whom they most 
intimately concern, those of more general interest being also hung in 
conspicuous places in some of our public halls ; moreover, all may be 
gathered into large folio books, atlas form. 

These silent mementos widely dispersed in the public and private 
libraries of the land will be *' monitors" for the perpetuity of the Union. 
Res. 1877, at **Woodclifl," on the Hudson, 1 1-2 miles north of 
Poughkeepde, N.Y. 
Children by 2d marriage: 
9741. 1. Julia-Wickes*, b. 37 Aug. 1868, Poughkeepsie ; d. there, 16 Feb. 1875. 

0742. 2. Mary-Coming*, b. 10 Feb. 1873, 

9743. 5. William^ b. 12 Jan. 1813, Bennington, Vt ; died unmarried, 6 Not. 

1833, Albany, N.Y. 

9744. 6. Jame8% b. 17 Feb. 1815, at Hartford, Ct, where his mother resided while 

his father was commissary of the army; d. 18 July, 1874, in New York 
City. The following obituary notice appeared in the New York Time$ 
of July 19, 1874: *' Yesterday morning, at 11 o'clock, Mr. James Wins- 
low, of the well-known firm of Winslow, Lanier & Co., bankers, of No. 
37 Pine Street, died at his residence. No. 44 West Twentieth Street, of 
pneumonia. Mr. Winslow was as well as usual on Tuesday last, but on 
returning from his banking-house tliat evening he was suddenly attacked, 
and suffered greatly until his death. He was much respected in financial 
and business circles. Mr. Winslow was 56 years of age. He leaves a 
wife, two sons, and two daughters. His youngest son, Mr. James-N. 
Winslow, left a few days since on the sloop-of-war Stcatara^ on the 
Government expedition to observe the transit of Venus." lie was Vice- 
President of the Third National Bank. He married in Madison, Indiana, 
18 Mar. 1847, Margaret-Downing Lanier, b. 24 Feb. 1827, in M., dau. of 
James-Franklin-Doughty and Elizabeth (Gardner) of M., afterward of 
New York City. Res. New York City and ** Cedar ClifE," about two 
miles south of Poughkeepsie, N.Y. 
Children ; 

9745. 1. Margaret-Lanier*, b. 80 Apr. 1848, Madison, Ind. 

Res. 1877, Poughkeep9U, N. F. 

9746. 2. Edward', b. 14 Jan. 1850, New York City. Member of the firm of 

Winslow, Lanier <& Co., New York City. Res. 1877, Orange^ N.J. 

9747. 8. James-Norton", b. 19 Mar. 1851, Madison. In 1874, was a member 

of the U.S. Government expedition to observe the transit of Venus. 

Res. 1877, Poughkeepm, N. 7. 



•824 Descendants of Richard'' Wlnsloijo, K 

0748. 4. Anuie-Gardner', b. 12 June, 1865, New York City. 

Res. 1877, PauglJoeepsis^ ii. T, 

9749. 7. Augustus-Sydbnham' b. 17 April, 1818, Albauy, N.Y. ; married, 

Troy, N.y., 32 Sept. 1846, Susan-Louise Jackson, b. 4 Sept. 1824, 8th 
child and 3d dau. of William and Susan-D. (Halsey) of Rockaway, 
N.J. He went to Cincinnati in early life; has grown with its growth, 
attained to a fine social position, and is identified, both in feelings and 
interest, with its enterprises and prosperity. He was engaged in the 
iron trade until about 1865, at first with Maynard French, from Albany, 
but afterward conducted the business in his own name. 

Add. 1877, 8.E, cor. Fourth 8t. and Broadway, GincinncUi^ Ohio. 

Children : 

9750. 1. Anna-Louise', b. 2 Sept. 1847, Troy, N.Y. ; married 26 June, 1873, 

Lieut. John-Conrad Mallory, First Lieutenant of Engineers, U.S.A., 
son of Garrick Mallory, Esq., of Philadelphia, Pa. He was former- 
ly Professor of Mathematics at West Point U.S. Academy. 

Add. Army Headqtuirtera, 102 Stockton St., San Franciaco, CaL 

ChUd: 

WmdovD*, b. 27 June, 1874, West Point, N.Y. 
Henry- Winslow', b. 4 Apr. 1849; d. 18 Dec. 1852. 
Howard-Sydenham", b. 7 Feb. 1851, Cincinnati; graduated at the 
Polytechnic School, Troy, N.Y. Res. 1877, Cincinnati, Ohio, 

Alice-Halscy^, b. 14 July, 1852; d. 28 July 1853. 
John-Flack', A.B., b. 24 May, 1855"; grad. H.U. June, 1876. 

Res. 1877, Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Chauncey-Rose*, b. 28 Oct. 1859, Cincinnati; grad. Phillips Academy, 

.Andover, Mass., June, 1877. Res. 1877, Cincinnati., Ohio. 

Lkonaud-Corning', b. 28 June, 1820, Albany, N.Y. ; is a man of ardent 

tempcrument, earnest and sincere in his convictions, and faithful in his 

labors of love; is a member of the ^letliodist church. He was formerly 

a successful merchant in New York City, but retired from business some 

years since. He married, •4 Mar. 1846, Sarah-Caroline Teller, b. 10 

June, 1823, Rhinebeck, N.Y\, dau. of Morris and Hannah (Ackerman) 

ofR. 

In reply to a request for a more extended account of himself, he 
states: ** I have nothing to ^i\e you respecting my life, with the excep- 
tion of the grandest and most glorious experience which I bad in the 
month of March, 1866, when I found the religion of the Lord Jesus 
Christ experimentally, in conformity to the words of our dear Lord and 
Master, who said * Ask and ye shall receive,' *seek and ye shall find,' 
* knock and it shall be opened unto you ' ; and by His grace I am enabled 
to say this moment that my dear Savior is supremely precious to my 
soul above every other blessing. God has been and is very good and merci- 
ful unto me, for which I do praise His Holy name. I have been a mem- 
ber of the Methodist Episcopal Church since the year 1866, and in the 



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meaatime a class leader, and am now a licensed exhorter. My desire 
is, by the help of the Lord, to be faithful unto death." 

Res. 1877, Poughkeepaie, N, Y. 
Children : 

9755. 1. Richard', b. 8, Dec. 1846. Res. 1877, Paughhsepsie, N.i'. 

9756. 2. John-Flack', b. llJan. 1850. aerk. Res. 1877. Chicago, III. 

9757. 3. Caroline-Teller', b. 1 July, 1853; d. 13 Jan. 1858, New Hackensack, 

Dutchess Co., N.Y. 

9758. 4. Leonard-Charles', b. 27 Nov. 1854. Carriage- trimmer. 

Res. 1877, Kanmt City, Mo. 

9759. 5. Mary-Cookman', b. 9 Aug. 1866. Res. 1877, Poughkeepsie, N. 7. 

9760. 9. Mary', b. 17 May, 1828, Albany; d. 14 Dec. 1824. 

9761. 10. Mary-Jake% b. 16 Apr. 1827, Albany; married there, 12 June, 1861, Hen- 

ry-William Dwight, b. 16 Mar. 1825, Richmond, Mass., s. of Edwin- 
Wells, b. 17 Nov. 1789, Stockbridge, Mass., and Mary (Sherrill), b. 19 
May, 1801, Richmond, Mass. Resided, 1870, in Easthampton, Mass. ; 
in 1874, he was Superintendent of the American Express, Albany, N.Y. 

Res. 1877, PiU^fiMy Maw, 
Children: 

9762. 1. Mai-y-Winslow* , b. 12 Nov. 1853, Auburn, N.Y. 

9763. 2. Fanny- Adam', b. 3 Apr. 1855, Albany. 

0764. 3. RichanMIenry-Winslow*, b. 18 Jan. 1859, Albany. 

9765. 4. Edwin- Wei Is' b. 11 Aug. 1863, Auburn. 

97G6. BETSEY", [9721 J (Job\ Job\ Jo9eph\ JcHf", KeMlm\) bom 27 Jan. 1788; 

married Hiil. Res. St, Joseph Go,, Ind, 

Child : 

9767 Marvin. Res. 1875, Bhomfield, St. Joneph Co,, Ind. 

9768. DAVm-GRIFFIN', [9723] (Job', Job*, Joseph^ Job\ Kendm\) b. 7 Oct. 
^1786, East Iladdam, Ct. ; d. 10 June, 1869, Metamora, Lapeer Co., Mich., and was 
buried in Oxford, Mich. He married in Canaan, Columbia Co., N.Y., 22 Aug. 1812, 
Lucretia Gray, b. 5 Mar. 1793, dau. of John and Lydia-Ann (Gilbert). She died 
27 May, 1848,, Oxford, Oakland Co., Mich., and was )niried in Washington, Macomb 

C ounty. 3Iicli. He married 2d, , who died in 1875. He was a farmer. Res. 

C'larkson, Monroe Co., N.Y. ; removed to Michigan in 1826, and settled in Oakland, 
Oakland County. 

Children : 

9769. 1. Sallt-Maxfield\ b. 22 April, 1813, New Lebanon, N.Y. • d. 12 July, 

18T1, Richland, Dakota Territory, and was buried there: m. by Uriah 
Adams, Jr., Oakland, Mich., 10 Sept. 1836, to Shepherd Yotrng, who 
died Nov. 1874, Chicago, 111. He was a farmer. Had several children. 

9770. Frank", (the eldest son), res. 1875, Chicago, III, 

9771. 2. hUnr, b. 22 July, 1815, CUrkson, N.Y.; ra, by Joshua Taylor, Baq., 

Oakland, Mich., April, 1832,' to William Lockwood, b. 19 Dec. 1814, 
in New York State, s. of Jeremiah and Lydia (Arnold). 



826 Descendants of JJavld-GrijlJin* Wlnslow. K 

ChildrMi, of whom the eldest two were born In Washingtou, 3iacomb Co., 
and the others in Addison, Oakland Co., Mich. : 
0772. 1. Cathcrine-LucretU*, b. 39 ^pt. 1834. 

9773. 3. Jeremiah", b. 13 Dec. 1836. 

9774. 3. David-Griffin', b. 4 .^lar. 1838. 

9775. 4. Joseph -Ahmson', b. 9 .Mar. 1841. 
977G. T). Sarah-Maria', b. May, 1844. 

9777. (J. John-Calvin', b. 4 Nov. 1847. 

9778. 7. Thaddeus-Atfeud*. b. 9 June, 1851. 

9779. 3. Betsey', b. 10 Oct. 1817, Ciarkson; m. Addison, Oakland Co., Hich., 

by Elder Snow, 11 Dec. 1849, to Jacob Bowens or Bowers, b. 30 .Mar. 
1806, Essex Co., N.J. ; d. 1 Sept. 1858, Addisou, Mich., and was buried 
there. Res. AddiaoH^ Mich. 

Children born in Addison : 

Minnie-Cecelia', b. 21 Jan. 1851; m. by Elder llcdgcr, in Orion, 

Oakland Co., Mich., 20 Mar. 1858, to Johu-Kiuney Taylor 
Carrie-Ro/.ella% b. 13 Dec. 1852; ni. by Elder John Buchanan, Shel- 
by, Macomb Co., Jklich., 20 Dec. 1871, to Albert McGracken, who 
died 25 Feb. 1876. 
Emma-Alice', b. 20 Mar. 1855. 
Ada-DougUs', b. 37 Apr. 1860. • 

LvdiaAnk', b. .33 Feb. 1820, Clarksou, N.Y. ; m. by Calvin-C. Pants. 
Esq., at Auburn, Oakland Co., Mich., 3 Sept. 1838, to Orin-Erastus 
Deming, b. 8 Dec. 1808, Cattaween. Tioga Co., >'.Y. Justice of the 
peace. P.O. add. 1875, Oaktcood, Oakland Co., Midi, 

Children: 
9785. 1. Oriu-Herr", b. 3 Dec. 1839, Orion, Oakland Co., Mich.; m. in 

Michigan City, Ind., 10 Aug. 1862, Frances Little, dau. of David. 
Architect. P.O. add. 1875, Wixom^ Oakland Co,, Midi, 

Ehsha-Fletcher*, b. 8 Sept. 1841, Orion, Mich. ; in 1875 was unmar- 
ried. Farmer. Kes. Oakwood, Mich, 
Hattie-Cecelia*, b. 1 February, 1843, Orion; d. June, 1873, and 
was buried in Oak wood cemetery, Oakland Co., >Iich. She was a 
teacher. 
Daniel-Polk', M.D., b. 18 Dec. 1844, Elba, Lapeer Co., Mch. ; was 
unmarried in 1875, and practicing medicine at Cans, TutcoUi Co., Mich. 
Wil lard- Augustus', b. 8 June, 1847. Brandon, Oakland Co., Mich. ; 
• died there, 23 Aug. 1852. 

Sarah- Augusta', b. 29 Sept. 1851, Brandon: died there, 13 May, 1864. 
Willie-Egbert', b. 22 Oct. 1853, ^* ; in 1875, was attending 

school at Oxford. 
Henry-Platt", b. 22 Mar. 1850, Brandon. 
Almon-Frank', b. 11 May, 1861, 
Sophia-Hammond', b. 17 Oct. 1822, Clarkson, N.Y. ; d. 5 Feb. 1865, 
Pontiac, Oakland Co., Mich. ; married James Mulligan, born in Ireland, 



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the son of a nobleman. He has married again and res. 1875, Flint, 
Genesee Co., Mich. 

Child: 
97»5. Jamea-David^, b. 24 Dec. 1855, Pontiac, Mich. 

9796. 6. Eli8ha-Plktchf.r\ b. IG Oct. 1824, Clarkson, N.T. ; d. 1 Sept. 1841, 

Oakland, Mich. 

9797. 7. Abby-Calkiks', b. 7 Apr, 1827, Oakland; d. . 20 Oct. 1856, Oregon, 

Lapeer Co., Mich., and was buried in Lapeer; m. by Rev. Samuel 
Morse, Oakland, Micli., 15 Apr. 1840. to Dan K"ewcomb, b. 8 June, 
1818, in Nova Scotia, 3. of Benjamin and Abigail (San ford) of Nova 
Scotia. "Farmer. 

Child lK)m in Addison, Oakland Co., Mich. : 

9798. Abby', b. 'J Oct. 1847; d. 10". Tan. 1848, Addison. 

9799. 8. HoPKY-CRANDEtL', b. 89 Oct. 1829, Oakland : married in Detroit, Wayne 

Co., jftich., William Cole. s.p. In 18T0 they resided in Minnesota. 

9800. 9. Jui-ia\ b. 12 Apr. 1832, Oakland; d. 25 Aug. 1804, in Brandon, and was 

buried in Pontiac, Mich. ; m. in Pontiac, Thomas Loeney, bom on the 
Isle of Man. Farmer. Bmndon^ Mich. 

(liildren bom in Pontiac: 

9801. 1. Edward -ShimmonB\ b. 24 Aug. 18G0. 

9802. 2. Tliomas-Caley*, b. 4 Feb.' 1862. 

9803. 10. Almon-Mack', b. 20 Jan. 1836, Oakland, Mich.; in. by Esquire Riley, 

Wilkinson Co., Miss., 4 July, 1808. to Paralee-Tabitha AlcGraw, born 
in 1853, Mount Pleasant, Wilkinson Co., Mias: Uamess-maker and 
saddler. add. 1875, Oxford. Midi. 

Children: 

9804. 1. Fletcher-Grfffin', 1). 10 Nov. 1809,,Mt. Pleasant, Miss. 

9805. 2. Victoria-Lucretia', b. 9 May, 1872, Brando^, Mich. 

9806. 3. David-Willie\ b. 25 Mar. 1874, Oxford, . '' 

9807. JOSEPH*, [9724] {Job\ Ji>b\ Jo9eph\ Job\ Kendm\) b. 21 Nov. 1788; 

married . In 1875 his wi<low wa& living With her son Wesley'. 

P.O. add. Coml)% C(yrnipj% Dryden, Lapep- Co., Mich. 
Child: 

9808. Wksley. P.O. add. 1875, Combs Corners, Dryden, Lajteer 6V, Mich. 

9809. HOPEYS [9725] {M^, Job\ Jowph\ Job'^Kemlm^) b. 1 July, 1793; d. 12 
Sept. 1847; married CBAKDELL. 

Child: 
9810. .loHX, was living in 1875. 



830 Man/ ( Winslow) [Merrill] Pote. ^ 

9811. 3irAnY», [2033] (iVoM^n*, Jam<M«, J6b^, Kendm\) born in 1739, Falmouth, 
Me. ; waa conadered the handsomest girl in Cumberland County. Slie died in 1832, at 
F. She married [pub. 1 Nov. 1766, Falmouth, Portland Bee.] Joshua MBBBIIX, 
of Portland (Falmouth), who died in 1782, and was buried at F. He was an officer 
in the Revolutionary army. She married 2d, Greenfield BOTE. a. of William. 11a 
was buried on Wolf's Neck, Freeport, Me. Sea-captain. 

Falfnauih, Me. 

Children: ' 

9818. Jambs, [9822] married Hannah Hall 

9818. Joshua, [9831] b. 2 Feb. 1758; d. 10 Nov. 1837; m. Mary Thompson. 

9814. Eleanor, [9882] b May, 1759, Falmouth; m. Seward Porter. 

^815. Elias, [9914] married [int. pub. 11 Mar. 1784,] Elizabeth FuUeiton. 

9816. Chakitt, [9923] married Josiah Noyes. 

9817. Salome, [9927] married James MerrilL 

9818. Hbzkkiah, [9935] b. 22 Feb. 17C8; nu Freeport, Me., 1790, Charlotte 

Pote. 

9819. Dorcas, [9947] died about 1847; m. Capk. William Pote. 

9820. Samuel, died in infancy. 

9821. Sybil, [9985] b. 21 Feb. 1779; d. 17 Jan. 1841 ; m. Abia ChamberlaixL 

9822. GEN. JAMES*, [9812] (Jfory* {WimUAo) Merrill, Nathan^ James*, Jdb*, 
Kenelm\) married Hannah Hall. Mrs. Hannah Merrill died in 1826, aged 68, I\frt- 
land Bee, 

Children, all of whom were deceased in 1872, except Charles: 

9823. Joshua. 

9824. Pbtbr. 
9826. Seward. 

9826. Charles. Res. 1872, Detroit, Miefk 

9827. Lucy. 

9828. Dolly. 

9829. Elmika. 
9880. Nancy. 

[Two of the grandchildren of James* Merrill are Mrs. Jacob- T. Lewis and 
James' Prince; both res. 1872, Portland, Me.] 

9831. CAPT. JOSHUA*, [9813] {Mari^ {Winslm) Merrill, Nathan", Jame^, 
M^, Kenelm\) b. 2 Feb. 1758; d. 10 Nov. 1837, and was buried in Falmouth; m. IG 

Dec. 1783, Alary Thompson, b. 30 July, 1762, d. of Joseph and Sarah ( ) of P. 

Deacon and selectman. Mariner. Falmouth, Me, 

Children bom in Falmoutli : 
9832. 1. £MMA^ b. 11 Aug. 1786; d. 29 Jan. 1861. She married Ephraim 
Xerrill, of New Hampshire, who died 29 Nov. 1865, aged 78. 

Children : 
9888. 1. Joshua*, b. 1807; d. 7 May, 1868, and was interred at Falmouth, Me. 

9884. 2. Mary-Susan*, b.4 Mar. 1812. Res. 1872, MaHtn'i Point, Falmouth, M&. 












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831 



^^885. 2. Joseph^ b. 81 Aug. 1787; died and was buried in Augusta, Me. He 
married, 1 April, 1812, Abigail-Matilda Pope, b. 15 July, 1792, dau. of 
John, of Sandwich, Mass. She died 16 October, 1864, Portland, and 
was buried in Augusta, Me. Res. Falmouth, Portland, and Halbwell, Ms, 

Children: 
•886. 1. Julia-OctaTia*, b. 23 May, 1818, Portland; m. 17 Nov. 1835, Henry 

Page, b. 6 Apr. 1809, Augusta, Me., son of Levi and Mehitable 
(Haines) of A. He died August, 1843, Augusta. She married 2d, 
Charles-W. Jones. 

Child: 

*^7. Benrutta-Octavia^ bom in Portland; perhaps m. Oardinar. 

98aa 2. Ann-CascoIine^ b. 24 Oct. 1815, Falmouth; m. Portland, 17 Sept. 

1832, Ai Staples, of Augusta, b. 8 Mar. 1808, Gorham, Me., s. of 
Ai and Eunice (McLellan) of Q. Merchant. Res. 1872, Auguita, Me. 

Children: 

9839. 1. mnrietta-Oiueolin^, b. 30 May, 1833; d. 15 Oct. 1884. 

9840. 9. Henry-OunuU\ b. 80 Nov. 1835. 

9841. 8. Owrge-FrarU^, b. 23 Sept. 1838; d. 11 Sept 1846. 
9842 4. Oearifiana% b. 23 Feb. 1849. 

984a. 5. Frederic-Qrantham^ b. 6 Feb. 1858. 

9844. 3. Margaretta-Matilda' b. 24 Mar. 1821, Windsor, Me ; d. 17 Sep. 1822, W. 

9845. 4. George-Henry*, b. 8 Apr. 1814, W. ; died there, 1 Aug. 1828. 

984€ 2 Joshua\ b. 8 Mar. 1796, Falmouth; m. 22 Feb. 1820, Emily , b. 2 

Aug. 1799. 

Children; 

9847. 1. Robert-Adams', b. 29 Jan. 1821. 

9848. 2. David-Noyes*, b. 6 Oct. 1824; d. 11 June, 1841, at sea, three days 

from Ilavuna ; was buried at sea. 

9849. 8. Emma-Ann-TumerV b. 20 Apr. 1828; d. 26 June, 1862, and was in- 

terred at Falmouth. 

9850. 4. Harriet-Ellen% b. 25 Nov. 1832; married, December, 1855, David 

Looke, of Addison, Me., s. of David, of A. 

9851. 5. Margaret-Jane*, b. 14 Aug. 1835; m. 5 Sept. 1853, Walter- W. Iiooke, 

whose parents resided in Addison. Sea captain. 
Children: 

9852. 1. Eurnia-EmUy*, b. 9 Aug. 1854. 

9853. 2. Charles- WUlarcP, b. 6 Mar. 1859. 

9854. 3. Riehardr Anderson*, b. 17 July, 1864. . 

9855. 6. Charles-Leon', b. 8 June, 1888; m. 17 Feb. 1867, Helen BucVnaiA, of 

Falmouth. 

9856. 7. Ellis-Aliltimorc', b. 8 Apr. 1846. 

9867. 4. MABT-ANN^ b. 7 Nov. 1798, Falmouth; m 27 Oct. 1818, Capt. George 
Tomer, b. 7 Sept. 1796; d. 9 Sept. 1848. He was a large real estate 



832 Descendants of Mary^ ( Winslow ) [Merrill] Pole. K 

and ship owner. Bes. Falmouth, and, after marriage, in Westhrook and 
Cape Elizabeth, Me. 
Children : 
9858. 1. George- Wm*., 1). 10 May, 1821; m. 11 Jan. 1843, Eliza-K. Springer, 

whose parents resided in Portland, Me. She died 14 Oct. 1855. 
Children : 
9869. 1. Mary-Elimheth\ b. 28 May, 1846; m. 2 Aug. 1866, Granville 

Batchelder, whose parents were of Portland. 

9860. 2. Oeorg^, b. 15 June, 1848; d. 31 Mar. 1849. 

9861. 3. Alic^, b. 20 Jan. 1850. 

9862. 4. Josephine*, b. 11 Mar. 1852; d. 16 Dec. 1852. 

9863. 5. PhUrF*., b. 24 June, 185n. 

9864. 6. Edward!', b. 3 May, 1855; d. July, 1855. 

9865. 2. Emma", b. 31 Mar. 1824; d. 20 Sept. 1825. 

9866. 3. Joseph-Edward', b. 5 July, 1826; d. 9 Feb. 1861. He married, 20 

Dec. 1848, Almira-A. Dyer, whose parents resided in Portland. 

Children ! 

9867. 1. Geoi-ge-V,, b. 23 Sept. 1849. 

9868. 2. Frank-Dyei*, h. 6 Feb. 1858. 

9869. 4. Henry-Merrill", b. 4 .Mar. 1828; m. 17 Apr. 1850, Martha-Ellen Hard- 

ing, of Portland. 

Children : 

9870. 1. Charleg-Hr, b. 11 Apr. 1852. ' 

9871. 2. h^'ederick-Adami\ b. 23 Apr. 185C; d. 21 July, 1856. 

9872. 5. Daughter", b. 23 May, 1832; d. 24 May, 1832. 
9378. 0. Scwaid-Merrill", b. 24 May. 1838; d. 21 ^^ept. 1833. 

9874. 7. Mary-Hall", b. 24 Oct. 1839; d. 20 Sept. 1840. 

9875. 5. Edward-Preble', b. 15 Nov. 1805, Fahnoutli, Me. ; m. by Rev. Mr. 

Pomeroy, Gorham, Me., 13 Nov. 1832, to Mary Strout, b. 24 Apr. 1806, 
dau. of George and Comfort (Fernery) of G. Farmer. 

Children bom in Falmouth : 

9876. 1. Eliza", b. 28 Aug. 1833. . 

9877. 2. George-Preble", b. 2 June, 1886. 

9878. 3. Edward-Scott", b. 13 Apr. 1839. 

9879. 4. William-Pitt", b. 29 Nov. 1843. 

9880. 5. ^lary-Adehiide", b. 7 May, 1847. 

9881. 0. Joseph-Emeiy", b. 9 Mar. 1850. 

9882. ELEANOR", [9814] (Jfary" {Wimlow) Merrill, Nathan*, James\ Job\ Ke^ 
nelm\) b. May, 1769, Falmouth, Me.; m, Seward POBTEIt, b. April 1753, Wey- 
moutli, Mass. 

Children: 

9883. 1. Joseph, b. 8 Apr. 1778, Falmouth; died in Preeport 

9884. 2. Samiei., b. Apr. 1779, *• ; died in Portland. 



9885. 


3. 


9886. 


4. 


9887. 


5. 


98S8. 


6. 


9889. 


7. 


9890. 


8. 


9891. 


9, 


9892. 


10. 


9893. 


11. 


9894. 


12. 


9895. 


13. 



JoKrC Neal. 833 

Joshua, b. 1 Nov. 1780 or '81, Freeport; died in Westbrook. 

Saaah, b. 19 July, 1782, " ; died in Camden. 

Sbwakd, b. July, 1784, ** ; died in Augusta. 

Mary, [9896] b. 5 Apr. 1786, ** ; m. 12 Juii3, 1808, Joel HaU. 

Eli AS, b. 17 June, 1787, *' ; died in the West Indies. 

William, b. 17 Sept. 1788, Falmouth; was consul to Tripoli, Africa, 

where he died. 
Lt. Ebenezer, b. ^lay, 1790, Freeport; was lieutenant of the privateer 

Dash, and lost nt sea. [See 9987.] 
Capt. John, b. 27 Nov. 1792, Freeport; was captain of the privateer 

Dofih, and lost at sea. [See also 9962 and 9987. ] 
Charles, b. 17 Juno or July, 1794, Freeport; died in New York City. 
Lt. Jeremiah, b. Feb. 1796, Freeport ; was lieutenant of the privateer 

Dathy and lost at sea. 
George, b. 2 July, 1797, *• ; died in Savannah, Ga. 

9896. MARY^ [9888 {Eleanor^ {MeniU) Porter, .Vary* (Wimhw) Merrill, iVV 
fAon*, Jame*^, Jdb^, Kendm^) b. 5 Apr. 1786, Freeport; married, as second wife, 12 
June, 1808, Joel HATJi, b. 5 Dec. 1776, Falmouth, Me.; d. May, 1851, Portland. 
Merchant. Portland,, Me, 

Children : 
9897. 1. Er.EAXOR*, b. 22 Jan. 1809, Portland; married there, 12 Oct. 1828, John' 
Neal [11297], b. 25 Aug. 1793, P., s. of John and Rachel* (Hall) of P. 
** After some experience of commercial pursuits in Baltimore he ap- 
plied himself to legal studies and became a member of the bar, but has 
chiefly distinguished himself as a most voluminous contributor to letters 
— novels, plays, poems, history, and critical reviews without number, 
bearing witness to his indefatigable industry, versatile talent, and ease 
and sprightliness of style. Commencing authorship by a hydra-headed 
critique, of sufficient magnitude 'to make a small book,' on the works 
of Lord Byron, published in The Portico, he soon acquired sufficient 
courage to essay his first novel, which was given to the world in 1817, 
entitled 'Keep Cool,* followed by 'The Battle of Niagara, Goldau, 
the Maniac Harper, and other Poems,' by John O'Cataract, 1818; 2d 
edition published under the name of the author, 1819'. 3. *Otho'; a 
tragedy, 1818. 4. ' Index to Niles' Register,' 1818. 5. ' History of the 
. American Revolution,' by Paul Allen, 1821. iMr. Neal wrote the por- 
tion (about one fourth of the whole) of this book, beginning with the 
Declaration of Independence and ending with the first volume. Dr. 
Watkins was his colleague. 6. * Our Ephraim ' ; a play. 7. ' Logan ' ; a 
novel, 1821 ; repub. in London. 8. ^ Seventy-Six ' ; a novel, 1822, written 
in twenty-seven days ; republished in London, 8 vols. 9. ' Randolph ' ; a 
novel, 1822, written in thirty-six days; repub. in London, 4 vols. 10. 
'Srrata, or The Works of Will Adams' ; a noveL 1822, written in less 
than thirty-nine days ; repub. in London, 4 vols. 1 1. * Brother Jonathan' ; 
written during the author's visit to England, 1825-27, and pub. in Lon- 
don 3 vols. 12. 'Rachel Dyer,' 1823. This is a story on the subject of 

BO 



834 John NeaL K 

Salem witchcraft. 18. 'Authorship, by a New-Englander over the Sea,' 
1830. 14. *The Down-Easters ' ; a novel, 1831. 15. *Ruth Elder* ; a 
novel. 16. * One "Word more, intended for the Reasoning and Thought- 
ful Unbelievers', Boston, 1854, 12mo. On Mr. NeaPs return to Portland 
from his European tour in 1827, he commenced the publication of Th^ 
Yankee^ a weekly miscellany. In a short time he tansferrred his peri- 
odical, and himself with it, to Boston. At the end of a year it was 
merged in the New England Oalaxy^ and Mr. Neal retired to Portland. 
In the following letter he says: *I have been a contributor to journals* 
papers, and magazines at home and abroad for thirty-six years, among 
which are The Portico^ Journal of the Thnes and Telegraphy Analeetic 
Magaeine, North American Beoiew, N. T. Courier and Enquirer, N T, 
Mirror^ Brother Jonathan, Ladie^ Companion, New England Galaxy, most 
of the annuals, Blackwood, The Western Beview, ColbumU New Monthly, 
The European, British and Foreign, Sartam's and Oraham^s Magazines, 
and many others not now recollected. I (lave wholly edited The Tele- 
graph, of Baltimore, and the Brother Jonathan, of New York, and helped 
edit many others long enough to have them sink or stop. It would be 
quite impossible for me to remember all I have written, even where 
I have no reason to be ashamed of it, having published what would 
amount, I should think, to a hundred octavo volumes at least, on subjects 
far too numerous to mention.' " — AlliboTuPs Dictionary. 

'^Physically, Mr. Neal was a splendid specimen of a man, of 
vigorous frame and familiar with manly exercises. He was the first to 
establish a gymnasium in this country, opening one in Portland soon 
after his return from Europe, and throughout his life he encouraged 
the practice of fencing and sparring. He was essentially an athlete, and 
was proud of his brawn and sinew. 

** As a promoter of art, and of all liberal studies, he has left a broad 
mark on the history of Portland. He was a man of varied, if not accu* 
rate information, and was enthusiastic in the promotion of everything 
tending to the general culture of the people. He had mastered many 
subjects of study, spoke several languages, and was always ready to 
discourse on any or all subjects. He was quick to encourage talent in 
the young, and to recognize the merits of others. At a time when art 
was little appreciated in this country he was always ready to patronize 
and encourage young artists, and many who have since achieved fnine as 
painters or sculptors, owe their first word of encouragement to him. He 
was a swift critic, frank and confident in the expression of his opinions, 
but generous in his recognition of merit, wherever found. 

** As a man, he had many noble and some contradictory qualities, 
like all positive men, he made warm friends and bitter enemies. He 
was honest, generous, warm-hearted, but quick, irascible, and sometimes 
passionate. His leading trait was impulsiveness, which occasionally led 
him into hasty words and acts, but this was balanced by the manliness 
and rare courage, which led him freely to own his mistakes. Another 



John NeaL. 836 

characteristic trait was his frankn^is. He was an out-spoken, forth-put- 
ting man, who never withheld a word or n blow from any coDsideration 
of policy or expediency; what he thought he said, and said it heartily 
becanse he thought it was right. He had also a generous enthusiasm 
which led him to espouse the cause of the down-trodden and the op- 
pressed. Every one of any pretentions who ever came to Portland seek- 
ing sympathy and aid, found a warm friend in John Neal. His trustful- 
ness was sometimes imposed upon by adventurers, but he always stuck 
to his proteges to the last. He was probably the first man in this coun- 
try to advocate woman-suffrage, having declared in favor of giving the 
ballot to womeu in a 4th of July oration delivered in Portland aa early 
as 1888. 

**His last years were quiet and uneventful. Surrounded by bis 
friends, crowned with honors, in the assured hope of a better hereafter, 
he peacefully sank to rest, on the 20th of June, 1876, at the ripe age of 
nearly eighty-three years." — Maine Oeneahgut and Biographer, 

**0n the 20th of June, [1876] this well-known author died, after a 
long and exlceedingly busy life. . . . His parents were members 

of the Society of Friends; but at the age of twenty-five he received a 
formal dismissal, finding his tastes incompatible with a continued rela- 
tion to that society. At an early age he engaged as a shop-boy, but ever 
energetic in self-instruction, we find him, at the age of twenty-one, 
teaching penmanship and drawing. Next he is interested in the dry- 
goods trade succesively in Boston, New York, and Baltimore. In the 
latter place he formed a partnership witli John Pierpont; but a very 
brief career, which terminated in the failure of tJiis partnei-ship enter- 
prise, satisfied Neal of his unfitness for commercial life. He concluded 
to try the law. While reading the customary treatises he also studied 
foreign languages and contributed to periodical literature. 

**He was admiticd to practice before the Maryland Bar in 1819. 
Literary avocations occupied a great part of his time, however, until a 
trip to England, in 1824, where he contributed articles to various peri- 
odicals, and became acquainted with the celebrated Jeremy Bentham, 
who invited him to take up his residence at his house. 

•* In 1827 he returned to America and settled in Portland, where 
be employed himself in practicing the law, writing, and lecturing. He 
was also a very earnest advocate of physical exercises, and excelled as a 
gymnast and fencer. 

** Besides his numerous contributions to periodical literature, he is 
the author of several independent works, among which are * Brother 
Jonathan,' * Rachel Dyre,' 'Bentham's Morals and Legislation,' *Truo 
Womanhood,' 'Wandering Recollections of a Somewhat Busy Life,' 
♦Portland Illustrated.' 

'*Many of our readers will remember his sprightly sketches con- 
tributed from time to time to the Phrenological Journal. He always en- 
tertained a warm regard for the journal, and was himself well versed in 
the doctrines of the science." — Foicler^s Phrenological JoumaL 



9899. 




9900. 




9901. 




9902. 


2. 


9908. 


3. 


9904. 


4. 


9905. 


5. 


9906. 


2. Ma 



836 Descendants of Mary {Porter) UaU. K 

President of Portland Institute, Railroad Director and Treasurer. 
Res. Boston, New York, Baltimore, Md., Paris, London, and 

88 StnU Street, Portland^ Me. 

Children: 

9898. 1. Mary*, b. 23 Dec. 1829, Portland; m. 80 June, 1862, Robert-H. Sher- 

woody of New York. 

Children: 

1. Eleanar'NeaV\ b. 9 April, 1858, Portland. 

2. Lavra}\ b, 1 Feb. 1856, New York City. 
8. Margaret'Neal'\ b. 29 Aug. 1857, New York City. 

James*, b. 6 Jan. 1881; d. 26 Aug. 1856, Grenada. I^caraagaa. 

Margaret-Eleanor*, b. 11 June, 1834. 

Eleanor*, b. 17 Oct. 1844; d. 17 Sept. 1845, Portland. 

John-Pieipont*, b. 28 Nov. 1847. 
Maroarktte-Anke*, b. 5 Dec. 1810, Portland, Me. ; married there 14 
Mar. 1832, Robert-Southgate Boyd, of P., b. 24 Oct 1804, P., s. of Jo- 
seph Coffin and Isabella (Southgate) of P. Merchant. Res. Portland, Me. 

Children: 

9907. 1. Joel-Hall*, b. 9 Dec, 1886, Portland; m. 18 Feb. 1862, Mary-C. Whft- 

more. 

9908. 2. Samuel-Stilhnan*, b. 16 May, 1888, Portland; m. 6 Oct. 1864, Harriet- 

Eliza Churchill. Lawyer Res. 1872, 8t, LcmU, Mo, 

9909. 8. Robert-Southgate*, b. 11 Dec. 1842, Portland; m. 29 Sept 1869, 

Elizabeth-F. Wilson. Merchant. Res. 1872, 8t. Jxmie, Mo. 

9610. 4. William-Edward*, b. 4 June, 1844, Portland; d. 1 June, 1845. 

9911. 8. William-Edward*, b. 1 Feb. 1824, Portland; d. 29 Jan. 1865. He mar- 

ried 20 Sept 1855, Jane-L. Gertz, of P., who died 18 Dec. 1859. 

Children : 

9912. 1. Margaret-Boyd*, b. 22 Sept 1866. 

9912. 2. Eleanor-Neal*, b. 19 Oct 1859; d. 15 Dec. 1868. 

9914. ELIAS*, [9815] ( Jfory* ( TFtnifow) MerriU, Nathan*, Jamet^, M^\ Kendm\) 
married [int pub. 11 Mar. 1784, Falmouth, Me., Portland Bee,] Elizabeth FuUerton. 
Elias Merrill died 1828, aged 65, Portland Bee. 

Children : 

9915. WiLLiAM-T., died unmarried, aged 28. 

9916. Hknry, married Deering. 

9817. Nathaniel, died in infancy. 

9918. Mart-Ann, married Samuel Ghadwic^ 

9919. Charles, died in infancy. 

9920. Ebbn, died unmarried, aged 84. 

9921. Harriet, married Henry Barbour. 

9922. Blias, married Emma-A. Hobbs. 



K MerrriU^ Noyes^ HigginSy Dillingham. 837 

9028. CHARITY", [9816] {Mary' {WintUmf) Merrill, Nathan*, Jamee, M\ Ke- 
nilm\) married Josiah NOTES. 

Children, all of whom are deceased: 

9924. Mehitablb. 

9925. Sybil. 

9926. Nathan. 

9927. SALOME^, [9817] {Mary^ {Window) Merrill, Nathan*, JarM^, M\ K0- 
helm\) married James MEBBILIt. 

Children: 

9928. Zachakiah. 

9929. Mart. 
9980. Charftt. 

9931. ASENATO. 

9932. Dorcas. 
99:]3. Leonard. 
9934. Franklin. 

0935. HEZEKIAH*, [9818] {Mary^ {Win$hw) Merrill, Nathan\ Jamet^, Jcb\ 
Kenelm\) b. 22 Feb. 1768, Falmouth, Me.; m. Freeport, in 1790, Charity or Char- 
lotte Pote, bom in 1778, Falmoutli, d : of Capt. Greenfield and Jane (Grant). Ship 
carpenter. Freepoi't^ Me. 

Children : 

9936. 1. Sophia, b. 19 Jan. 1792, Freeport, Me.; d. Mar. 1867, West Bath, Me., 

and was buried there. She married, in 1819, Thomas Higpgins, whose 
parents resided in West Bsth. They had two daughters and three sons. 

9937. 2. Greenfield, b. 26 Aug. 1794, Freeport, Me. ; m. 1819, Clarissa Cnm- 

ming8, of F., who died in 1837. He married 2d, in 1840, Eliza Curtis. 
Had five children. Res. Freepart, Moms. 

9938. 3. Josiah, b. 9 Dec. 1797, Freeport, Me.; died there, in 1798. 

9939. 4. Samuel, b. 1 Jan. 1800, ** ; died in 1827, and was buried at 

Omoa, Bay of Honduras. 

9940. 5. JuiiiAH-W., [9941] b. 2 June, 1811, Frteport, Me. ; married, in 1836, 

Catharine-A. Litchfield. 

9941. JOSUH-W\, [9940] Heuhiah\ Mary* ( Window ) Merrill, Nathan\ Jame^, 
/oft*, Kenelm\) b. 2 June, 1811, Freeport, Me. ; married, in 1836, Catharine-A. Litch- 
field, of F. Wolfs Neck, Freeport, Me, 

Children, all of whom were residing in Freeport, Me., 1872: 
9942. JosiAH-P. 

9948. Hkkrt. 

9944. WiLLiAM-G. 

9945. 80PHIA, married Frederick Dillingham. 

9946. Sabah. 



838 Descendants of Nathm^ Winslow. ^ 

0947. DORCAS*, [9819] {Mary^ {Wind(AXi) Merrill, NaJthin\ Jame^, jQb\ Ke- 
nelm}) died about 1847, Freeport, Me. ; married Capt. William POTB, bora in F., 8. 
of Capt. Greenfield (her mother's second husband) and, probably, Jane (Grants of 
Falmouth. He died in Frceport. Sea-captain. FreeporL Me. 

Children : 

9948. 1. JAHE^ b. 24 Dec. 1791, Freeport; died there in 1867; married Charles 

Bogers, who is now deceased. 

Children : 

9949. Robert*, res. in South Carolina. 

9950. William-P*., was a sea-captain. Res. Freeport, Me. 

9951. Charles', res. in Illinois. 

9952. Samuel*, ** 

9953. Edwin*, res. in Washington Territory. 

9954. Ellen*, res. in South Carolina. 

9955. Mary- Ann*, married Bice. Res. Poional, Me. 

9956. 2. Daughter^ died in infancy. 

9957. 3. Mary- Ann', b. 30 June, 1793, Freeport; died, in 1865, Danville, Me.; 

married Hugh Nevins. 

Children: 

9958. Capt. Elias-M*. Res. 1872, Auburn, Me. 

9959. Frederic*. 

9960. Elmira*, married Thomas-J. Freeman. Res. 1871, Weet Auhum, Me. 

9961. Mary- Ann*, married Freeman. 

9962. 4. Robert', b. 8 Feb. 1795, Freeport; is deceased; sailed in the Da$h. [See 

9892.] 

9963. 5. Joanna', b. 27 June, 1796, Freeport; died in infancy. 

9964. 6. MmiAM', b. 4 Apr. 1798, *' *' 

9965. 7. Eliza', b. 11 July, 1801, Freeport; married there, 9 Apr. 1826, Benjamin 

Iiufkin, b. 28 July, 1800, F., s. of Samuel and Experience (Riggs) of 
Gloucester, Mass. He died 9 or 15 Mar. 1872, Freeport. Farmer. 

Res. 1871, Freeport, Cumberland Co., Me. 
Children: 

9966. 1. William*, b. 20 Mar, 1827, Freeport; married , and res. 1872, in 

Iowa. 
9967 2. Albert*, b. 7 Jan. 1831, F. ; m. Lynn Grove, Jasper Co., Iowa, 9 Oct 

1855, Catherine Griffin, dau. of Gresham-R and Miranda (WinsJow) 
of Freeport and Yarmouth, Me. Res. 1872, Newton, Jasper Co., Iowa. 

Children: 

9968. 1. Mary*, b. 21 Jan. 1858, Lynn Grove, Iowa. 

9969. 2. Arthur*, b. 18 Dec. 1862, Newton, " 

9970. 3. Berman*, b. 1 Aug. 1871, *' »* 

9971. 8. Aaron*, b. 26 Nov. 1884, Freeport; was drowned in Casco Bay, Me., 

13 June, 1853. 



^ Thoin/psony Kenna/rd^ Ghoaie^ KendaU^ Seavey^ King. 839 

9973. 8. William', b. 27 July, 1803, Freeport; died at sea; married Eleanor Ken- 
dall who is deceased. • 

9973. 9. Dorcas', b. 11 June, 1805, Freeport. Res. Pai-Oandy Me. 

9974. 10. Eleanor', b. 31 July, 1807, ** ; d. 23 Oct. 1871, Windham, Me., 

and was buried in Raymond, Me. She married Joshua Thompson, bom 
in Pownal, Me., s. of Edward and Sophia (Pote) of F. He died in 1849, 
Raymond, Cumberland Co., Mc. School-teacher at the South, and mer- 
chant. She married 2df Raymond, Timothy Kennard. Farmer. 

Res. 1872, EaU Wmdham, Me. 
Children by first marriage : 

9975. Arthur*, bom in Raymond. 

9976. Sophia-Pote', b. Nov. 1844, R. ; married Isaac-Bassett Choate. 
99<7. Edward-William", b. Oct. 1846, R. Res. 1872, LoweU, Ma$$. 

9978. 11. Joanna', b. 15 Dec. 1808, Freeport. Res. 1871, Freeport, Me. 

9979. 12. Sophia', b. 29 Sept. 1811, " ; was married by Rev. ZenasThomi>- 

son, at F., 7 Apr. 1836, to Horatio-Gates Kendall, bom in 1801, at F., 
8. of Robert-Rogers and Margaret (Rogers). He died 18 Sept. 1838, 
Monroe, Mich. Colonel of Militia. Merchant She married 2d, Free- 
port, Capt. Samuel-Allen Dennison, b. 2 Jan. 1812, F., s. of Joseph 
and Dorcas (Lufkin) of F. He died in 1850, Valparaiso, S.A. Sea- 
captain. Res. Portland^ Me. 

Children : 

9980. 1. Horatio-Pote*, bom in 1837, Monroe, Mich. 

9981. 2. Juliet-Margaret", b. 13 May, 1838, ** ; m. Portland, Me., Mar. 

1864, Henry-Malcolm* Seavey [9996], b. 3 Sept. 1840, at P., s. of 
Elizur-Deming and SybiP (Chamberlin) of Chicago, III. Pork-pack- 
ing and shipping. 8.p. Res. 1872, Chicago^ III. 

9982. 3. Harriet-Allen", b. 11 Apr. 1845, Freeport. 

0983. 4. Eliza-Lufkin", b. 11 Dec. 1846, •* ; m. 26 June, 1873, Isaac- 

Garrison-Mullenneaux King. Res. 1872, BrooJdyn, L.I. 

9984. 6. Sophia-Pote", b. 6 Oct. 1848, Freeport; d. 1 Nov. 1871, Portland, 

Me., and was buried in Evergreen Cemetery, Decring, Me. 

9985. SYBHi*, [9821] {Mar^ {W%mlou>) Merrill, Nathan\ Jame8\ J(^, Kendm\) 
b. 21 Feb. 1779, Falmouth; d. 17 Jan. 1841, Scarboro, Me. She married in Free- 
port, Aug. 1794, Abia CHAMBEBLIN, b. 8. Nov. 1768, Pembroke, Mass., s. of 
Nathaniel and Eleanor (Whitman). He died 22 Nov. 1856, Cape Elizabeth, and 
was buried at Scarboro. Blacksmith. 

Children: 

9986. 1. Joshua', b. July, 1795, Freeport. He sailed in the schooner Begulat<yr^ 

1817, and was never heard from afterward. 

9987. 2. Earl% bom in 1797, F. ; is deceased ; sailed in the Dcuh, Dec. 1814. [See 

9891, 9892, 9894, and 9962.] 

9988. 8. Nathaniel^ b. 27 Dec. 1798, F. ; d. 4 Apr. 1869, Scarboro, M6. 



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Mary^ born in F. ; died aged one year. 

CHARLE8^ V *' ** *» 

Mary', b. 8 Jan. 1804, Limington, Me. ; married Kickersoxu 

Res. 1871, Portland, Ms, 
Charles^ born in Limington; died aged 11 months. 
Cyrus', b. July, 1807, L. ; died Feb. 1846, Scarboro. 
9. Ellen-Porter', b. 7 Mar. 1809, L. ; married Judge Samuel Tappan, b. 19 
Nov. 1801, Saco, York Co., Me; d. 8 Feb. 1868, Lyndonville, N.Y. 
He was a cousin of Lewis Tappan, of Brooklyn, N.Y. He was an offi- . 
cer in the war of 1812; county judge and **ex gratia " counsellor-at- 
law; occasionally furnished articles in prose and verse for the press; 
was a niling elder of the Presbyterian church, and a liberal supi)orter of 
the gospel, s.p. She res. 1871, Lyndontille^ N, T, 

0995. 10. Sybil', b. July, 1811, Albany, N.Y. ; m. Scarboro, Cumberland Co., Me., 
27 Oct 1839, Elizur-Deming Seavey, b. 12 Oct. 1816, S., s. of Eli and 
Sally (Harmon) of S. Hardware merchant Res. 1872, Chicago^ III. 

Children bom in Portland, Me. : 

9996. 1. Henry-Malcolm", b. 3 Sept 1840; m. in Portland, Mar. 1864, Juliet- 

Margaret* Kendall [9981], b. 18 May, 1888, Monroe, Mich., dau. of 
Horatio-Gates and Sophia* (Pote) of M. Pork-packing and shipping. 
8. p. Res. 1872, Chicago, lU. 

9997. 3. Edwin-Forrfest", b. 19 Apr. 1846; married . He enlisted in 72d 

Regt HI. Vols., under General Thomas ; served three years as private. 

Child: 

9998. Edith'ForreBf, b. 18 Apr. 1868, Chicago. 

9999. 8. William-Chamberlin", b. 19 May, 1856. 

10000. 11. JosEPH^ b. 8 May, 1818, Scarboro. 

Res. 1871, Ocean House, Cape Elitaheth, Me, 

10001. 12. Capt. William, b. 14 April, 1815, Scarboro. He was a sea-captain, 

and, on a passage from Hong Kong, was killed by the falling of the 
boom, 21 Aug. 1856 ; was interred at Portland, Me. • 

10002. 18. Abia\ b. 9 Feb. 1817, Scarboro. Res. 1871, Portland, Me. 
10i>08. 14. EARL^ b. 27 Apr. 1818, 8. ; d. 1821, 8. 

10004. 15. MERRILL^ b. 1820, S. ; died aged 8 months, at S. 

10005. 16. Joshua^ b. 31 May, 1821, S. ; was living in 1871. 

10006. 17. Eliza- Ann', b. 14 Sept. 1825, S. ; married tliere, 16 Nov. 1847, William- 

Tappan Jones, b. 18 Apr. 1818, Portsmouth, N.H., s. of John and 
Nancy (Trepethen) of P. Teacher. Res. Scarboro and Portland, Me. 

1872, Peak's Island, Portland Harbor, Me. 

Children bom in Portland : 

10007. 1. Ellen-Tappan% b. 16 May, 1849; m. Peak's Island, Me., 5 Dec. 

1871, Christopher Way. 

10008. 2. James-B'.. b. 9Aug. 1850. 

10009. 8. Winthrop-Stanwood% b. 21 Feb. 1852; d. 29 Apr. 1858. 



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10010. 4. Almira-Welch*, b. 21 Mar. 1854; d. 21 May, 1858. 

10011. 5. c Annie-Margaret', b. 23 Aug. 1856; d. 20 Apr. 1858. 

10012. 6.lLucy-Knowlton», b. 23 Aug. 1856; d. 18 Sept. 1856. 
10018. 7. Winthrop-S"., b. 27 Sept. 1858. 

10014. 8. Alice-E*., b. 13 Jan. 1861. 

10015. 9. Herbert-A»., b. 27 Aug. 1868. 

10016. EBENEZER», [2034] {Niithan\ Jame^^ Job\ ir«w«7m\) bora in Palmouth, 
Me. ; married Susan Eennard or Varney, of Windham, Me. Farmer. 

Res. Fahmmthf Me. 
Children: 

10017. Kehbmiah. . 

10018. DoBCAS, married Jedediah Allen, of Lemington, Yt. 

10019. Anna. 

10020. Joshua, married Pinkham, of Litchfield. 

10021. Lois, married Jacob Marston, of Windham. 

[There were other chiiaren whose names we have not ascertained.] 

10022. NATHAN*, [2035] {Nathan*, Jame»\ Jdl?, Kendni\) b. 1 Apr. 1743, Fal- 
mouth, Me.*; d. 7 Nov. 1826. He m. 25 Sept. 1764, Jane Crane, b. 12 Nov. 1742, 

d. of Richard, who was killed by Indians, 20 Aug. 1747, and Margaret ( ),who d. 

13 April, 1762, Georgetown, aged 43. Mrs. Winslow d. 30 Mar. 1805. He married 
2d, Mary Vinal. *'Mrs. Mary Winslow, widow of Nathan, late of Westboro [per- 
haps Westbrook, Me.], d. 25 Feb. 1849, aged 89, Vassalboro, Me."— iVew England 
nut. and Gen. Beg., 1849, p. 296. Mechanic. Falmouth, Me, 

Children : 
10023. 1. Eleanor, b. 15 Aug. 1765; d. 81 Jan. 1846, Albion, Me.; m. Stephen 
Harper, whose parents were of Westbrook, Me. They had several 
daughters. Farmer. Res. Albion, and Westbrook, now Deering, Me. 
Elijah, b. 26 Nov. 1767; died, unmarried. May, 1791. 
RiciiAUD, [10083] b. 6 Sept. 1769; d. 9 Aug. 1857; m. Mary-Nash Grandy. 
Jonathan, [10066] b. 21 May, 1771; d. 14 May, 1858: m. Mary Smith. 
CfiARiiT, b. 7 Sept. 1773; d. 25 Aug. 1774. 
Charity, b. 23 Jan. 1776; d. 23 Aug. 1776. 

Fanny, [10121] b. 24 June, 1777; d. 30 Aug. 1825; m. John* Winslow 
[12065]. 
8. Aaron, [10136]b. 28 Oct. 1779;d. 27 July, l«o4: m. Sarali-Frye' Deanc. 
Hbzekiah, b. 29 Jan. 1783; d. 16 Nov. 1849; married Annie or Nancy 
Jones, b. 30 Apr. 1785, dau. of C'apt. John, of Westbrook. s.p. 

10033. 10. Janb, [10162] b. 24 June, 1785; d. 25 Apr. 1826; m. Benjamin Boody. 

10033. RICHARD", [10025] (Nathan^ Nathan\ James^ Jot^, Kenelm\) b. C 
Sept 1769, Falmouth, Me.; d. 9 Aug. 1857, Cleveland, O. ; m. Camden, Camden Co., 
N.C., 16 Feb. 1812, Mary-Nash Grandy, a native of that place, bom June, 1788; d, 
18 Oct, 1858, Cleveland. 



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842 Ricliard* Winslow. K 

We add the following biographical sketch : 

**0n the evening of Sunday, August 9th, 1857, died, at the ripe age of 88, 
Richard Winslow, the father of the Winslow family that have filled so important « 
place in the commercial and shipping history of Cleveland. 31 r. W. was born in 
Falmouth, Me., Sept. 6, 1769, being descended in a direct line from Kenclm Wins- 
low, brother of Gov. Edward Winslow, who played so important a part in the early 
history of Plymouth Colony. In 1812, ]SIr. Winslow removed to North Carolina, 
where he lived, for many years, at Ocracokc, becoming largely interested in com- 
merce, both internal and marine. Soon after his removal to that State he married 
31is8 Mary-Nash Qrandy, of Camden, N.C., who l>cctime the mother of eleven chil- 
dren, of whom but four, N.C., H.J., R.K., and E.N., are now living. Mrs. 
Winslow died in October, 1858, having survived her husband a little over one year. 

In 1830, he decided to leave North Carolina and try his fortune in the West. A 
preliminary tour of observation brought him to Cleveland, tlien lively with business 
and more lively still with expectancy of business to come from the completion of the 
canal, then in partial operation. Like many who preceded and more who followed 
him, Mr. Winslow was struck ^ith the natui*al advantages o& Cleveland, and con- 
cluded to try his fortune here. The site of what is now known as the ** Winslow 
Warehouse," on the river, was owned by C. M. Giddings and Capt. Bclden, and a 
building was then in course of erection on it. Mr. Winslow purchased the property. 
He had strong faith in the growth of the city, but others did not have it to the 
same extent, and he was strongly urged not to attempt business so far down the river, 
where they deemed it impossible for trade ever to reach him. Immediately on conclud • 
ing his purchase, he went to the eastern cities where he purchased a large stock of 
teas and groceries, which he sent with his son N.C. to Cleveland, in the autumn. 
The stock arrived in December, and was at once opened on Superior Street opposite 
Union Lane. In the ensuing May, Mr. Winslow followed with his family, purchased 
a lot on the S.E. comer of the Public Square, and contracted with Levi Johnson for 
the erection of the house that was occupied by the Winslow family until the death 
of Mrs. Winslow. Unlike most of the early settlers in Cleveland, Mr. W. came with 
capital to invest at once in business, and by prudent management and far-seeing en- 
terprise that capital rapidly increased. He soon became agent for a line of vessels 
between Buffalo and Cleveland, also for a line of canal-boats. Tlie first step toward 
his own interests, which subsequently assumed such proportions, was commenced by 
building the brig North Carolina. A few years later he was inter'^sted in building 
the steamer Bunker UUl^ of 456 tons burden, which, at that time, was considered a 
very large size. To these were added, by himself and sons, so many other lake craft 
that the family ranked among the foremost, if not the very foremost ship-owners on 
the chain of lakes, their sail-vessels, propellers, and steam-tugs being found every 
where on the western lake waters. In 1854, Mr. Winslow retired from business, 
leaving his interests to be carried on by his sons, who inherited their father's business 
qualities. In his retirement, as in his active business life, he enjoyed the friendship 
of a very large social circle, to whom his frank, generous manners, warm attach- 
ments, and spotless honor commended him. He was a favorable specimen of 
the old-school gentleman, warm and impulsive in his nature, quick to conceive 
and prompt to act, cordial ia his greeting, strong in his attachments, and cour- 
teous to all. His death was accelerated by an accident, wlrich 83riou8ly injured a 



'y liic/iurd* and Nathan- Crane' Wivslovh 843 

leg he had badly injured several years before. To the last he preserved his 
faculties and his cheerfulness, and, but for the injuries he received, would probably 
have lived many years longer. He was no politician, never sought office, but at 
the same time felt a keen interest in public affairs, and did not neglect bis duties or 
privileges as a citizen. The three brothers in active conduct of the large interests 
known as the '* Winslows," are distributed as follows: I9.C. at Buffalo (during the 
season of navigation), H. J. at New York, and R. K. at Cleveland; all of whom 
have been eminently successful."— -4nnt/aZ Obituaries, CroAy, 1857, p. 399. 

*' Mr. Winslow attained an abundance of wealth, well earned by his industry 
and probity. He reared a large family to men's estate, and saw them rank among 
the respected and esteemed. He has gone to his grave without a foe, falling like a 
shock of wheat fully ripe. While a void has been left in the business ranks and in 
the social circle, the example of the man still lives, teaching a lesson in favor of in- 
tegrity and manliness, which will not lose its good effect so long as the name of 
Richard Winslow is remembered.''— C7/tfM2a;i{2 Herald. 

CleMland, Ohio, 
Children: 

10034. 1. NathanCkake', b. 10 Dec. 1812, Camden, N.C. ; d. Wednesday, June 
9, 1880, Cltveland, O. ; m. 9. Jan. 1889, Cleveland, Mary-Ann Clarke, 
b. Sunday, Oct. 1, 1815, Unadilla Forks, N.Y., dau. of Dr. Welcome- 
Arnold and Mary (Brown) of Cleveland, formerly of Whitestown, N.Y. 

Mr. Winslow had suffered from a stroke of paralysis in May, 1870, 
but the immediate cause of death was Bright's disease, from which he 
had suffered during the previous two years. 

At a meeting of the Cleveland Board of Trade Mr. R-T. Lyon said : 
** It is my painful duty to announce to the Board the death of Mr. N.-C. 
Winslow. He was not a member of this Board, but has been long iden- 
tified with the growth of the city, his energy and means contributing 
greatly to its prosperity. I therefore beg leave to offer the following 
resolution : ' Whkrbas, This Board of Trade has heard with profound 
regret of the death of Mr. N.-C. Winslow, who, although not a member 
of our organization, has been so long identified with the business inter- 
ests of our city and the lakes as to be rightly considered one among us, 
be it therefore, Hei^lved, That the sincere regret and sympathy of this 
Board is with the family, relatives, and friends of the deceased, and as 
a slight tribute of respect to his memory no session will be held on the 
day of his funeral, Saturday^ the 12th inst.'" Seconded by Mr. J.-R 
Sprenkle, and unanimously adopted. 

Mr. Winslow removed with his family from North Carolina to Cleve- 
land in 1831, and became connected with his father in the Lake trans- 
portation business, from which he retired in 1801, leaving entire control 
of the business to his sons. In 1862 he removed from Cleveland and es- 
tablished himself in Buffalo, the firm consisting of himself, his eldest 
son, Henry-C, and his son-in-law, Mr. John-B. Williams. A few years 
later he retired altogether from active business, and resided in New 
York, he and his wife spending a portion of Iheir lime V\tVv tUeVx daug\\. 
ter, Mrs. Williams of Baltimore, Md. • 



844 Nathan- CrauG^ Winslow. K 

Mr. Winslow had much of his father's ability, etiergy, and business 
sagacity, and his career was uniformly successful. The details of the 
extensive business, in which he was so long cnga|i^ed, show his innate 
capacity for large enterprises. He was a gentlemen of fine character^ 
with a clear and vigorous mind, cultivated tastes, a large amount of 
general information, honorable, kind, and generous, and always the up- 
right Christian gentleman. His influence was felt in any community in 
which he lived. 

Mr. Winslow died at the house of Iiis venerable mother-in-law, Mrs. 
W.-A. Clarke, 659 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland, O. His funeral was at- 
tended at Trinity P.E. Church at 3 p.m., June 12. The services were con- 
ducted by the rector. Rev. Dr. Brown, assisted by Rev. James-A. Bolles. 
Sixteen pall bearers, nine of whom, elderly gentlemen, viz. : Hon. John- 
W. Allen, Hon. Henry-B. Payne, Col. Charles Whittlesey, Capt. D.-P. 
Nickerson, H.-M. Younglove, Charlos Hickox, Asa Hall, R.-T. Lyon, 
and James-F. Clarke, preceded the body. Eight young men, M.-A. 
Hanna, Thomas Walton, William Andrews, Col. O.-H. Payne, .T.-V. 
Yates, J. R Chad wick, George-C. Tracy, and Frank- W. Parsons, bore 
the casket. A large number of relatives and friends of the deceased 
were present, among them Mr. Cyrus Clarke of Buffalo, Capt. W. Egan 
of Chicago, and Mr: R.-P. Fitzgerald of Milwaukee. 

At the church the cofiin was adorned with beautiful decorations of 
white flowers and evergreens. The impressive funeral services of the 
Protestant Episcopal Church were solemnized. The rector spoke briefly 
of the commercial standing of the departed, of his industry and Chris- 
tianity, and of the universal respect in which he was held by his fellow 
men. The remains were interred in Lake View Cemetery, Cleveland. 

The widow of Mr. Winslow, Mrs. Mary- Ann (Clarke) Winslow, sur- 
vived her husband but a few years. She spent much of her time after 
his deceaseMn traveling, mostly in Europe, where she spent the winter 
of 1883 and the spring of 1884, returning to America in June, and passing 
the summer and autumn with her mother in Cleveland, who d. 5 Jan. 
1885. After her mother^s death Mrs. W. returned with her daughter, 
Mrs. Williams, to the home of the latter in Baltimore, and died there of 
angina pectoris, 10 Mar. 1885. 

Mrs. W. possessed a bright intellect, was noble and generous, and 
through the added advantages of an excellent education, and opportuni- 
ties afforded by extensive travels at home and abroad, was a delightful 
companion, a most accomplished woman.— [<S^^ Appendix.] 

Mr. Winslow had resided at Ocracoke, N.C., Cleveland, O., New 
York City, and Buffalo. N.Y. 

Children born in Cleveland, O. v 

10035. 1. Caroline-Susan*, b. 23 Sept. 1839; m, in Cleveland, O., 15 Nov. 

1859, John-Batler Williama of Baltimore. Md., b. 25 Dec. 1887, 
Charleston, S.C., s. of John and Harriet (Butler) of B. Mr. Williams 



WiUiams. 



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represents a southern family who have been representative citizens 
of Baltimore for many years, but were originally from North Caro- 
lina. In 1870 or *71 he was director of the Com and Flour Ex, 
change of B. ; also a member of the National Board of Trade of the 
United States. Mr. W. is a business man. In 1877 was a commis- 
sion merchant. Res. 1887, Btltimore^ Md, 

Children : 

1. Nathan-WvMlaw\ b. 26 Aug. 1860, Cleveland, O. 1887, lawyer, 

practicing before the bar. 

John*^ b. 9 Nov. 1861, Buffalo, N.Y. ; is engaged in business. 

Henry- Winilow*, b. 6 Oct. 1864, Buffalo. 1887, a lawyer prac- 
ticing at the bar. 

Harriet Butler* , b. 11 June, 1866, Buffalo. 

Richard- Gordon*, b. 9 Nov. 1870, Baltimore, Md. 

Mary-Clarke*, b. 15 Feb. 1879, B. ; d. of scarlet fever, 13 Feb. 
1880. 

Kate-Wimhnc*, b. 2 Apr. 1881, B. ; d. of scarlet fever, 6 Jan. 

1884. 
Henry-Clarke*, b. 23 Dec. 1840; d. 14 Dec. 1876, Buffalo, N.Y.; 
married in B., 8 Dec. 1863, Josephine Woodruff, b. 6 Aug. 1844, 
Dansville, Livingston Co., N.Y., dau. of Lauren-Curran and Kate 
(Bradner) of B. We add the following in relation to his death : 

It is with sincere sorrow that wc learn of the death oi^ Mr. 
Henry C. Winslow, one of the most esteemed, beloved, and worthy 
of the young men of Buffalo. The sad event was not unexpected. 
For some time Mr. Winslow had been afflicted with chronic dis- 
orders. of a complicated character, and for|Which he made a tnp to 
Europe a little over a year since. For the past few months he had 
been a frequent sufferer, and his constitution was in bad condition 
to endure the attack of scarlet fever which seized him a few weeks 
ago. Since then his condition has been one that caused the gra- 
vest apprehension to his physicians and his friends. When, there- 
fore, the announcement was made, **He'is dead, "though it brought 
teai-8 to the eyes of those who knew and loved him, it did not find 
them unprepared for the sad event. 

It is not too much to say that there was not a young man in Buf- 
falo more respected and loved by those who knew him than Hen- 
ry Winslow. He had no enemies, and his friends were without 
number. He made no effort to win popularity — was modest, re- 
tiring, and prone to minding his own business. But his noble quali- 
ties of head and heart were so marked that a knowledge of his 
character and disposition secured for him the esteem and affection 
of all with whom he was brought in contact. By instinct, upon 
prlooiple, and in conduct, he was always a thorough gentleman. 
He wafl a loyal friend, a most affectionate son, a fond and exem- 
plary husband, and was devoted to his beautiful children. It la 



846 Henry 'ClarV Winalow. K 

but a few months since two were taken from that little flock. 
Their grief-stricken father hardly realized that he would follow so 
soon. He leaves a wife and five children. Death has made sad 
havoc in this affectionate and interesting family. 

For several years he had been engaged in business in Buffalo, 
and was connected with a house composed of, probably, the wealth- 
iest vessel-owners on the lakes. In liis mercantile transactions, as 
in his family and in society, Henry Winslow adhered to a i>olicy 
which secured for him universal respect, esteem, and affection. At 
the time of his death he was a member of the Vestry of Trinity 
Church. 

A meeting of the Board of Trade was held at 11 o'clock 
this, morning, S. S. Guthrie, Esq., occupying the chair, at the re- 
quest of the President. 

Mr. Guthrie announced the death of Mr. H. C. Winslow, and 
ftsked what action the Board would take. 

Mr. Frank W. Fiske moved that a committee of five be ap- 
pointed to report to-morrow mornings at 11 o'clock, appropriate 
resolutions. Carried. 

The Chair appointed as such committee, Messrs. Frank W. 
Fiske, William Meadows, Charles W. Gibson, James R. Smith, 
and Stephen C. Clarke. 

The Board then adjourned. 
• Commercial Advertiser, Dee, 14, 1876. 

**The funeral ceremonies were conducted by Rev. Dr. L. 
Van Bokkelen, rector of Trinity Church, and Rt. Rev. A. C. 
Coze, D.D., Bishop of the Diocese. 

After reading a portion of the services and a prayer, Dr. Van 
Bokkelen said it became him, as rector of the church to which the 
dear departed had belonged, to add his tribute to those already 
offered in the series of resolutions previously prepared and made 
public. It was with feelings of the deepest sorrow and regret tliat 
he, in common with those present, no less than others, contemplat- 
ed the untimely end of him for whom they gathered to do the last 
earthly honor. His duty here below was completed both to his 
neighbor and himself, and theie could be none who would say that it 
was not well done. The speaker did not propose to speak at any 
length; words would .fall far short in the present emergency to 
convey the sorrow and the agony of the bereaved ones and their 
sympathizers. Finally, let all make it a bouuden duty to prepare 
themselves as fully to meet the dread sununous as had he who 
had been called to the great hereafter. 

The concluding services and prayer were pronounced by the 
Bishop. 

The following gentlemen comprised the pall-bearers : Dr. Wal- 
ter Cary, William Lovering, O. G. Steele, Jr., M. H. Hanna, 



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BroDSon C. Rumsey, Frank W. Fiske, Stephen C. Clarke, J. W. 
Yates. Messi-s. Hanna and Yates, friends of the deceased, are 
from Cleveland, whence they were summoned to perform tliis last 
fad office for the departed. 

The remains of the deceased were deposited temporarily in the 
yault of the Delaware Avenue M.E. Church. 

At a meeting of the Vestry of Trinity Church, the rector, Rev. 
Dr. Van Bokkelen, in appropriate terms announced the death of 
Henry C. Winslow, Esq., a member of the Vestry, who, after a 
brief illness, had been called from the work of earth to the rest of 
Paradise. The following resolutions were then adopted : 

Maolwd, That this Vestry has heard with deep sorrow that 
death has removed from his work on earth their friend and associ- 
ate, Henry C. Winslow, who for nearly three years has been active 
and efficient in his efforts as a vestryman to advance the interests 
of Trinity Church. 

Jieiolvedy That we extend to his afflicted family and relatives 
our sympathy, with the assurance that we recognize the weight of 
their bereavement in losing a loving husband and father, a devot- 
ed, worthy son, an affectionate brother and friend. 

Be9olvedy That a copy of these resolutions, signed by the rector 
and church wardens, be sent to the family of our deceased friend, 
and that they be recorded in the minutes of the Vestry." 

Res. Bt^ff'alo, N. 7. 
Children bom in Buffalo: 

1. Kate-Woodruff*, b. 19 Feb. 1864. 
Nathan-Howard^, b. 16 Sept. 1866. 

Mary-aiarh^, b. 26 July, 1868; d. 11 June, 1876, Buffalo. 
Josephine-Woodruff*, b. 22 Apr. 1870. 
Fanny-Hammond*, b. 4 Apr. 1872. 

iMuren-Woodruff*, b. 22 May, 1874; d. 80 Apr. 1876, Buffalo. 
Caroline- Qrandy*, b. Feb. 1876. 

8. George-Richard*, b. Jan. 1848; d. July, 1843, Cleveland. 

-Gaston", b. I4 Apr. 1845; m. at Westminster Church, 
Brooklyn, L.I., 30 Apr. 1868, Mary-Ida Stone, b. 14 May, 1847, 
New York City, dau. of Henry and Mary-Louise (Heath) of Brooklyn. 
Mr. Winslow was educated in the public and private schools of 
Cleveland, at Burlington College, N.J., and at Prof. Overhiser's 
Classical School in Brooklyn. In July, 1868, he was sent to Europe 
to complete his education; was at Chateau de Lancey, near Geneva, 
and at Vevay about twenty months. He then went to Dresden, 
Berlin, and Wies\^aden, remaining in those places until November, 
1867. In Oct. 1872 he returned to Europe and traveled in England, 
France, Spain, and Italy; was in Paris at the time of the death o( 
Eenelm^ Winslow [6956] in that city. Mr. W. was a ship-ownei 
until the winter of 1885-86, when he disposed of all his Lake prop 



848 ' B^cendanU <^ RlclixiTd^ Winsloiv, K 

erty (steam and rail}, retired from active business, and settled with 
his family, Apr. 1886, at Bay Ridge, N.Y. 

Res. 1887, Bay Bidgt, L,L, N. T. 
Children: 

10050. 1. HeUn'BrigUie\ b. 11 May, 1870, Brooklyn^ L.I. 

10051. 2. Pauline- MareehaJ^,h. 1 July, 1872, Buffalo, N.Y. 

10052. 3. Marp'Lauue^, b. 26 Jan! 1875, B. 
10052* 4. Benry'Clarke\ b. 27 June, 1877. B. 
10052* 5. WilUam'Oastan*, Jr., b. 24 Sept. 1882, B. 

10058. 2. RICHABD-QRA^'DY', b. 23 Sept. 1814, Camden, N.C.^ died unmarried, 
20 May, 1854, Cleveland. 

10054. 8. Hezekiah-Jonks^ b. 8 Dec. 1815, Camden ; was married by Rev. Mr. 

Canfield, at Cleveland, 8 Apr. 1846, to Helen-Mar Clarke, bom Friday, 
2 Sept. 1825, at Whitesboro, N. Y., fourth dau. of Dr. Welcome-Arnold 
and Mary (Brown) of Whites^own, N.Y, afterward of Cleveland, C, 
and sister of the wives of Nathan-Crane^ [10034] and Rufus-Kiug' 
[10057]. Res. New York City, and Cleveland, O. 

1877, Portland, Ms. 

Children: 

10055. 1. Richard', b. 17 Oct. 1848, Chicago, 111. ; graduated at Heidelberg 

University, and has resided ten years in Europe, where he is now 
traveling, 1877. 

10056. 2. Helen-£righty^ b. 26 Sept. 1850, Chicago; d. 15 Dec. 1807. The 

following obituary notice appeared at the time of her death: '' In 
Paris, France, on Sunday, Dec. 15, of typhus fever, Helen-Brighty, 
SB. seventeen years, only daughter of H-J. and Helen-M. Winslow, 
formerly of Cleveland, Ohio, now residents of this city." 

10057. 4. RuFU8-KiNQ% b. 15 Sept. 1817, Ocracoke, N.C. ; m. by Dr. Patter- 

son, Chieago, III., 2 June, 1852, to Lucy-Brown Clarke, born Tuesday, 
12 June, 1820, Leonardsville, N.Y., third dau. of Dr. Welcome-Arnold 
and Mary (Brown), and sister of the wives of Nathan-Crane^ [10034] 
and Hezekiah-Jones^ [10054]. Ship-owner; also extensive owner of 
real estate. . 

Res. 1878, 358 Superhr JStreet, Cleveland, OJUo. 
Child : 

Annie-Clarke", b. Easter Sunday, 8 Apr. 1855, Cleveland. 
Hrkuy-Knox% b. 81 Mar. 1819, Ocracock, N.C. ; d. 80 Sept. 1826. 
CvRDs-HoMEit', b. 12 Dec. 1820, O. ; d. 2 Sept 1824. 
Lydia-Janb% b. 28 July, 1822, O. ; d. there, 13 Sept. 1824. 
Edwin-Newton*, b. 26 Feb. 1824, O. 

Res. MJ87, unmarrfed, 436 Superior St, Cleveland, 0, 
Caroline-Susan', b. 7 Apr. 1826, O.; d. 8 Apr. 1882, Camden. 
Harriet-Williams', b. 28 Mar. 1828, O.; d. 18 Apr. 1832, C. 
Mary-Jane', b. 80 Jan. 1881, Buffalo, N.Y. ; d. 18 Apr. 1882. 



10058. 




10059. 


5. 


10060. 


6. 


10061. 


t . 


10062. 


8. 


10068. 


0. 


10064. 


10. 


10065. 


11. 



K Jonathan^ HVindow and Descendants. 849 

10066. JONATHAN*, [10026] {Nathan^ Nathan*, Jam€s\ J6b\ Kenelm^) b. 13 
May, 1771; d. 14 May, 1858; married, 31 Jan. 1796, Mfcry Smith, b. 6 July, 1774, 
Windbam, Me.; died 10 Oct. 1849, aged 75 years. She was dau. of Rev. Peter- 
Thatcher and Elizabeth (Wendell) of W., and sister of Elizabeth-Hunt Smith, the 
wife of Dea. John^Farwell. [See Memorial of Henry^ Fa/ruM,] Farmer and scythe 
manufacturer. Res. Saccarappa, Old Town, and Album, M$. 

Children: 

10067. 1. Elijah, b. 11 Nov. 1796; died in 1874-5; married Mary-Elizabeth-Tap- 

pail Fairfield, of Unity, Me. He married 2d, Sarah Libby. 8.p. 

She res. 1875, OMna, Me. 

10068. 2. Mabt-Smith, [10076] b. 11 Jan. 1798; m. John Welliniftoxi. 

10069. 8. EuzABBTn-WKKDBLL, b. 12 Mar. 1800. 

10070. 4. Jahs-Cranb, b. 24 Nov. 1801. 

10071. 5. Fahwy, [10105] b. 1 May, 1808; m. Daniel-Webster GhrifftxL 

10072. 6. Nathan, bom 15 June, 1805. [A person named Nathan Winslow was 

found dead in hiff berth on board the Baltimore steamer William Law- 
rence, 29 Aug. 1878. He died from rheumatic disease of the heart] 

10073. 7. Smith, b. 16 June, I8O7. 

10074. 8. Nancy, b. 24 Feb. 1809. 

10075. 9. Hezbkiah, [10110] b. 17 Jan. 1811; m. Jane Craine-Biidges^ Winslow 

[10137]. 

10076. MARY-SMIT^^ [10068] (Jonatkcm\ Nathnn\ Naihm\ Jame^, •W, Ko^ 
ii«2w»,) b. 11 Jan. 1798; m. 14 Aug. 1818, John WBLUNGWON. Representative 
to State Legislature. He kept a hotel in Albion, Me. ; was also a farmer and trader. 

Children: , 

10077. 1. Almika*, b. 12 Nov. 1819 ; married Gilkey. Res. 1870, Bdfa$t, Me. 

1007a 2. Jane-T*., b. 8 July, 1821; m. 1 Jan. 1838, Silas-Y. Hussey, of Albion, 
Me. Res. 1870, AWion, Me. 

Children: 

10079. 1. Isabel-CV, born 2 Feb. 1889; married, 1 July, 1856, Joel Kelly, of 

Unity, Me He enlisted in the Union Army, Feb. 1864, and died 
14 Oct. 1864, aged thirty-three years. » 

10080. 2. John-W*., b. 17 Aug. 1842. 

10081. 3. Charles- W»., b. 22 Oct. 1844; m. 18 Oct. 1867, Grace L. Osgood, of 

Palermo. 

10082. 4. Fanny- W., b. 5 Oct. 1848. 
10083*. 6. Burt-SV, b. 12 Oct. 1851. 

10084. 6. Mary.J»., b. 2 Feb. 1854. 

10085. 7. Frederick*, b. 4 June, 1858. 

10086. 3. LucY-P»., b. 30 Mar. 1823, Albion, Mo. ; married Nathan-C. Ayer. 

P.O. add. 1874, Bangor, Jf«. 



850 KnowUany EimUin, BwriieU^ Orijffm. K 

Children: 

10087. Helenft-Wellington*. 

10088. Anna-Marston*. 

10089. Frederick-Wellington*. 

10090. Winslow-Bartlett*. 

10091. Nathan-Edward*. 

10092. 4i Mabt-S'., b. 7 Apr. 1825; married Rev. I-C. Knowlton. 

Res. 1870, New Bedford, Mau. 
10098. 5. JoHN-P*., b. 27 Mar. 1827; d. 7 July, 1828. 

10094. 6. Fanny*, b. ?0 Mar. 1829; d. 81 Aug. 1852; married Timothy-H. Hamlin^ 

of WinsloW, Me. He res. 1870, WaterviUe, Me. 

10095. 7. JoHN-P*.. b. 14 May, 1881; married, May, 1858, Maria Green, of Albion. 

He went South and has not been heard from since the war. 

10096. 8. Elizabkth-W*., b. 18 Aug. 1883; married W-A. Bartlett. 

P.O. add. 1870, Bangor, Me. 

10097. 9. Emily-G*., b. 26 Sept. 1885; d 8 Feb. 1859; married, probably as 2d 

wife, Timothy-H. Hamlin, of Winslow, Me. 

10098. 10. Charlss-B*., b. 8 Sept. 1887; married, Sept. 1860, Helen-A. Rider, of 

Washington, Me. Res. 1870, AUrianj Me. 

Children: 

10099. 1. Mary-E*., b. 4 May, 1864. 

10100. 2. Fanny-0*., b. 8 June, 1869. 

10101. 11. Nathan-R*., b. 27 Noy. 1839; married, 26 Jan. 1861, Blisa-J. Rider, of 

Palermo. Res. 1870, AUwn^ Me. 

Children : 

10102. 1. John-R*., b. 28 Oct. 1865. 

10103. 2. Frederick-N*., b. 6 Oct 1867; d. 6 Feb. 1869. 

10104. 12. Ellrn-K*., b. 27 Dec. 1842; d. 7 Feb. 1859. 

10105. FANNY^ [10071] (Jonathan*, Nathan^ Nathan*, Jam^, Jot^, Kendm\) 
b. 1 May, 1803, Falmouth, Me. ; m. by Rey. George Wilkins, Albion, Me., 16 May, 
1886, to Daniel- Webster OBIFFIK, s. of Aaron and Margaret (Webster) of Bangor, 
Me. Res. 1874, Stark, Somenet Co,, Me. 

Children: 

10106. 1. Maby-Elizabbth*, b. 15 Apr. 1838, Passadumkeag, Penobscot Co., Me. 

10107. 2. Jonathan- Winslow*, b. 24 Feb. 1840, Passadumkeag; m. by Rev. L-L. 

Howard, at Rome, Eennnbeck Co., Me., 15 Sept. 1862, to Nancy-P. 
Huntress, bom in Effingham, N.H., dau. of Robert and Betsey (-'*—) 
of E. Justice of the peace, town agent, sewing-machine agent, and 
merchant Res. Stark, Me. and 1874, Frederkk, Md. 

Child: 

10108. Jennie-Maud*, b. 14 Aug. 1864, Stark. 



K RacTdiff^ DuUy^ Howland^ McLaughlm. 851 

10109. 8. Subah-Jakb*, b. 4 Jan. 1842, Passadumkeag ; m. by Hey. Mr. Mitchell, 

MadiBOD, Me., 20 June, 1861, to John-P. Backliff, b. 2 Mar. 1827, 

Anson, Me., s. of William and Mary-Elizabeth ( ) of Stark, Me. 

Town-treasnrer, fanner, and hub manufacturer. 

Res. Wattsburg, Pa., and, 1874^ Btarh^ Mk 

Children bom in Stark : 

10110. 1. Andrew-Burt*, b. 2 Nov. 1864. 

10111. 2. Fanny-Iaora*, b. 1 June, 1866. 

10112. 8. Lillian-Maud*, b. 13 Feb. 1868. 

10113. 4. Jambs-Andbbw*, b. 4 Apr. 1844, Napienrille, Dn Page Co., HL 

10114. 5. Lauba-Ahn', b. 18 Dec. 1846, Napierville ; m. at Stark. Me., 16 April, 

1866, John-N. Buley, b. 25 Nov. 1888, S., s. of Joseph and Mary ( •) 

of 8. House-oarpenter. Res. Chicopee, Mass., tnd, 1874, ForHand^ M$. 

Child: 

10115. Frederick-Arthur*, b. 29 Mar. 1868, Portland. 

10116. HEZEKIAH% [10076] (Jonathan; Nathan^ Mthan\ Jam^, Jat^, Ke- 
n§hi\) b. 17 Jan. 1811, Albion, Me. ; m. Westbrook, Me., 4 May, 1889, Jane-Craine- 
Bridges^ Winslow [10187], b. 14 Nov. 1808, Readfield, Me., dau. of Capt Aaron* 
and Sarah-Frye* (Deane) of Westbrook. Lumber dealer, but retired from business 
several years since. Res. Bangor, and, 1871, Portland^ Me. 

Children: 

10117. 1. Hakkibt-Jahb, b. 26 Dec. 1840, Bangor; d. 4 July, 1842, Portland. 

10118. 2. Sarah-Janb, b. 24 July, 1848, B. 

10119. 8. Mabt-Elizabsth, b. 14 May, 1846, B. ; d. 26 Sept. 1858, Portland. 

10120. 4. Fahnib-Elizabsth, b. 80 June, 1849, Portland ; died there, 81 Jan. 1868. 

10121. FANNY*, [10029] (Nathan\ Nathan*, Jamei\ Jct^, Kenelm\) b. 24 June, 
1777; d. 80 Aug. 1825, Albion, Me.; married, 80 Aug. 1807, John* WINSLOW 
[12065], b. 8 Jan. 1779, Falmouth, Me., s. of Oliver* and Sarah (Hanson) of F. He 
married 2d, in 1882, Lydia Ramsdell, of Hallowell, Me. He died 5 Oct. 1848, aged 
64 ; was a sea-captain until the time of the embargo, in 1812, when he became a faiv 
mer. He had a wonderful memory and was thoroughly conversant with the Bible, 
also with ancient and modern history, and all mattera pertaining to our Government. 
He was a member of the Society of Friends. AWion, Me. 

Children : 

10122. 1. Mart-C»., b. 27 Jan. 1811; m. 28 Oct. 1880, WilUam Howland, who 
died 11 May, 1838. He was a farmer. She married 2d, 25 Aug. 1842, 
James McLaugUin, a minister of the Society of Friends. 

Children: 

10128. 1. William-H*., b. 6 Aug. 1881. 



852 Descendants of Nathan^ Window. K 

10124. 2. Francis-WV, b. 23 Aug. 1888. 
By 2d marriage: 

10125. 8. John-W*., b. 18 May, 1843. 

10126. 4. Georgc-W*., b. 23 Apr. 1845. 

10127. 5. Mary.£»., b. 18 May, 1849. 

10128. 6. James-M*., b. 6 June, 1851. 

10129. 2. Gbobgb-W*., b. 22 Nov. 1812; d. July, 1836. 

10180. 8. MABTHA.-C*., b. 1 1 Mar. 1817 ; married, 17 May, 1842, Benjamln-O. Foster. 
Lumber merchant Bes. 1875, Bangor^ Ms, 

Children : 
10131. 1. Fannie-D'., b. 20 June, 1848. 

10182. 2. George-Winslow', b. 28 Sept. 1845. 

10133. 8. Lillian', b. 18 Apr. 1850. 

10184. 4. Mary-Kate*, b. 18 June, 1852. 

10135. 5. Martha-Aline*, b. 7 Dec. 1856; d. 26 May, 1857. 

10136. CAPT. AARON*, [10080] (Nathan\ Nathan% Jamet^, J<^, Kenelm\) b. 28 
Oct. 1779, Westbrook, Me. ; died there, 27 July, 1854, and was buried in Evergreen 
Cemetery. Ilis. will was recorded in Portland. He married in Readfield, Me., 25 
Feb. 1808, Sarab-Frye* Deane, b. 23 Jan. 1788, Exeter, N.H., dau. of John* of Exe- 
ter, and afterward of Readfield, Me., b. 14 July, 1749; d. 15 Aug. 1819; m. 6 Oct 
1778, Sarah Bridges, of Andover, Mass., daughter of Moody Bridges. [John* Deane 
was son of John', b. 5 September, 1719, d. 14 Beptemper, 1768, married, 1 March, 
1744, Abigail Lord, b. 15 Jan. 1723-4, d. 21 Nov. 1778, dau. of John and Abigail 
(Oilman); gr. son of Dr. Thomas*, of Exeter, N.H., b. 28 Nov. 1694, Boston, d. 1768, 
Exeter, m. 2 Oct 1718, Deborah Clark, b. 8 Nov. 1699, d. 6 Sept 1785; dau. of 
Rev John, of Exeter; and gr. gr. son of Thomas^ of Boston, Hampton Falls, and 
Salisbury, who died about 1787. His wife was Jane* Scammon, b. 21 June, 1667, 
d. 9 Oct 1726, dau. of Richard^ of Dover and Exeter. — JOeane OeMology.] Mrs. 
Winslow died 2 Feb. 1864, Westbrook, Me., and was buried in Evergreen 
Cemetery. Sea-Captain and farmer. Res. Read field, Portland, and Westbrooky Me. 

Children: 

10187. 1. Jahb-Crainb-Bridgbs^ b. 14 Nov. 1808, Beadfield, Me. ; m. Westbrook, 

Me., 4 May, 1889, Hezekiah' Winiriow [10116], b. 17 Jan. 1811, Al- 
bion, Me., s. of Jonathan* and Mary (Smith) of A. He retired from 
the lumber business several years since. [For children see 10116]. 

Res. Bangor, and, 1871, Portland^ Me. 

10188. 2. Nathas^ b. 24 Mar. 1811, Readfield, Me. ; m. Hiram, Me., 28 Sept 1838, 

Lorinda Clements, b. 16 Dec. 1813, at H., dau. of Eli and Ruth (Hans- 
cum) of H. She died 22 Oct 1863, Gorham, Mc. He married 2d, in 
that town, 18 Sept 1866, Lydia (Clements) Dyer, b. 6 May, 1815, at H., 
sister of his first wife. He has followed the sea the greater part of his 
life; was master of a ship from Portland, Me., thirty eight years. 

Res. 1875, Gm-hatn^ Me. 
Children: 

10189. 1. Sarah-Frances*, b. 6 June, 1889; d. 1 Jane, 1862. 



Jones J HudBOfiy Seavey. 



853 



louo. 

10141. 
10143. 



2. Helen-Augnsta', b. 22Koy. 1846; d. 6 Dec. 1849. 
8. Ellen-Lorinda», b. 18 Nov. 1860. 

8. Harriet- Jbwett% b. 7 Mar. 1818, Readfield; was married by Rev. Z. 
Thompson, at Westbrook, Me., 9 May, 1848, to Thaddena-Broad Jones, 
b. 1816, Portland, Me., s. of John and Margaret (Broad) of P. After 
his marriage he was engaged in trade in Bangor, Me., where he was 
elected captain of the Bangor Rifle Company, going as snch to the cele- 
bration of the completion of the Banker HiU monament in 1848, on 
which occasion he took a severe cold, from the effects of which he died 
at Bangor, 11 Feb. 1844, one week before his daughter was bom. Mrs. 
Jones res. Westbrook, Me. ; in 1874 her P.O. add. was Portland, Me. 



Child: 



10143. 



10144. 
10145. 



Theodora-Broad*, b. 17 Feb. 1844, Bangor; m. Portland, by Rev. 
Asa Dalton, rector of St. Stephen's church, 14 June, 3869, to 
Thomas-Campbell Hudson, b. 18 Sept 1841, at Hull, Canada, s. 
of William and Jane (Campbell) of Ottawa, Canada. He served 
in the army upward of four years, and was twice slightly wound- 
ed ; was then promoted to a position in the War Department, at 
Washington, where he remained for about five years, when he 
resigned. Manufacturer. They res. 1874, in Deering, which, pre- 
vious to 1871, was a part of Westbrook, Me. 

P.O. add. Portland, Me. 
Child: 

WindoW'Thomat^, b. 4 Oct. 1871, Westbrook. 



SARAH-BRIDaBS^ b. 11 Aug. 1815, Westbrook; married, as 2d wife, Port- 
land, 10 July, 1864, Marcian Seavey, b. 19 Apr. 1804, Scarborough, 
Me., s. of David and Eunice (Deering). We are indebted to Mrs. Sea- 
vey for many records of her Win slow ancestors. Homeopathic phar- 
maceutist, 92 Exchange St. a. p. Res. 1875, Tolman Place, PMland, Me. 

10146. 5. Chari.e»-Deakb% b. 8 Feb. 18l8, Westbrook; enlisted 21 Jan, 1862, in 

Co. F., 3d Vermont Reg. ; was taken prisoner in June, at the battle of 
Gettysburgh, and placed in Libby Prison; was exchanged with others 
and taken to Fortress Monroe, where he died 1 Sept 1862. He m. 22 
Dec. 1853, Louisa-Barnes Witham, dau. of Thomas and Anna (Camp- 
bell) of Minot, Me. Removed from Westbrook, Me., to Island Pond, 
Yt, where his widow was residing in 1871. 

Children: 

10147. 1. Annie-Lizoe*, b. It Mar. 1855. 

10148. 2. Mary-IsabellaV b. 18 July, 1857. 

10149. 3. John-Witham', b. 5 Oct. 1859. 

10150. 4. Nathan-Edward% b. 4 May. 1961; d. 21 Jan. 1864. 

10151. 6. Edwari>-Ciuinb\ b. 14 Dec. 1822, Westbrook ; married, 4 Dec. 1845, 



854 Descendants ofNaUum^ Wmslow. K 

Louisa-Peabody Hamlin, of Baxton, Me., dau. of Jacob and Sarah 
(Lombard). Cabinet-maker. 

Bes. Weatbrook, and, 1871, Steep FaUi^ Standish^ Me. 

Children: 

10152. 1. Charles-Henry*, b. 13 Dec. 1848. 

10158. 2. Albert-Norton^, b. 2 Sept. 1851. 

10154. 8. Annie-Crosby*, b. 4 Apr. 1857. 

10155. 7. Franceb% b. 26 Aug. 1826, Westbrook; died there, 8 Aug. 1883. 

10156. 8. Horace^ b. 7 June, 1829, Westbrook; married there, 6 Sept. 1858, 

Phebe Dow, dau. of Hiram and AUce (Moody). Optician. Res. West- 
brook, Lewiston, and Minot Comer, Me. 1874, West Minat, Me. 

Children: 

10167. 1. Mary-Ellen% b. 7 Oct. 1854. 

10158. 2. Roscoe-Dow*, b. 20 Mar. 1855. 

10159. 8. Frederic*, b. 23 Feb. 1862. 

10160. 4. Sarah-Bridges*, b. 14 Aug. 1868. 

10161. 5. Horace*, b. 5 Feb. 1865. 

10162. JANE*, [10032] {Nathan", Nathan\ Jame»\ J<^y Kendm\) b. 24 Jan. or 
June, 1785; d. 25 Apr. 1826; married Benjamin BOODY, who is deceased. 

Children: 

10163. 1. Aror-JoifM, b. Oct. 1807. 

10164. 2. Jaistb-Crakb, b. 22 Aug. 1809; married Minot. 

P.O. add. 1875, MarriWs Comer, Deeru^, Me. 
10166. 8. Nathak-W., b. 12 Apr. 1811. 

10166. 4. Elbanob-Mabia, b. 22 May, 1813; married Hawes. 

P.O. add. 1875, MorrUVs Comer, Deering, Me. 

10167. 5. Martha-Fbances, b. 2 July, 1815; in 1875, was teaching in the Ingra- 

ham School, one of the public schools in Boston. 

10168. 6. Hbkrt-Bond, b. Mar. 1817. 

10169. 7. Charles-Edward, b. 21 June, 1819. 

10170. 8. Fredbrio-Bluah, b. 4 July, 1821 ; is deceased. 

10171. 9. j George, b. 15 Aug. 1824. 

10172. 10. JHarribt-Sabah, b. 15 Aug. 1824; in 1875, was teaching in a pubyc 

school in Boston, called " Snelling Place Primary." 

# 
10173. JOB*,. [2036] {Naihan\ Jame$\ Jotf", Kendm\) b. 4 Jan. 1746, Falmouth, 
Me. ; d. 2 Dec. 1833, and was buried in Friends Cemetery, Falmouth; his will was 
recorded in Portland, Me. He married in Windham, Cumberland Co., Me., 29 Dec. 



K DescendarUa of Job* Wmslow. 855 

1772, in FrieHds meeting, Mary Robinson, b. 19 May, 1752, dau. of Timothy* and 
Sarah ( ). She died 19 Nov. 1824, Falmouth, and was buried in Friends Ceme- 
tery. Mechanic, blacksmith, and farmer. Falmouth^ Me, 

Children bom in Falmouth, all of whom belonged to the Society of Friends : 

10174. 1. MiBiAM, [10186] b. 10 June, 1774; d. 1817; m. Jedediah Austin. 

10175. 2. Abigail, [10278] b. 7 Mar. 1776; d. Nov. 1851 ; m. Lemuel Hawkes. 

10176. 8. Sarah, [10286] b. 22 Apr. 1778; d. 24 Nov. 1870; m. John Lane; m. 2d, 

Timothy Bobinson. 

10177. 4. Content,' b. 81 May, 1780; d. Dec. 1780. 

10178. 5. EuNiCB, [10345] b. 9 Jan. 1782; d. 1852; m. John Dudley. 

10179. 6. Content, [10414] b. 7 Jan. 1784; d. 31 Aug. 1867; m. James Header. 

10180. 7. Job, b. 4 Mar. 1786; was drowned 9 Mar. 1790. 

10181. 8. Mabt, [10426] b. 2 May, 1788; m. Nathan Hawkes. 

10182. 9. Ltdia, b. 28 Feb. 1790; d. 11 Mar. 1815; married John MorriBon ; m. 

2d, Jepson. 

10188. 10. Peace, b. 20 Jan. 1792; married Robert Ok)ulding, an Englishman, not 
knowing that he had another wife until she followed him to this coun- 
try, when he fled. She married 2d, in the summer of 1831, Obadiah 
Huasey^ of China, Me., who died in 1833; m. 3d, in 1888, Daniel 
Babb, of China, Me., whose parents lived in Brooks, Me. He died 5 
July, 1871, at B. Farmer. g.p. 

10184. 11. Rachel, [10436] b. 13 May, 1794; m. Bryant Simmona; m. 2d, Jacob 
Bailey. 

10186. 12. Hannah, [10446] b. 30 Sept. 1797; d. 26 Oct. 1871; m. Ezra Hawkes. 

•TIMOTHT B0BIN80N married Sarah , fTimothy Robinion was bom 1 Aug. 1710, ion ot 

Timothy and Mary ( ) of Dorer, Savage's Gen. Diet, Whether the flrat-named may be the Timo- 
thy mentioned aboTe we are not able to determine.] 

Children: 
L SnPBur, b. 14 Feb. 1742; d. 28 Aug. 1820; married Content AUey, b. 28 July, 17G2; d. 18 Not. 1818. 
Her parents lired in Lee, Mass. Mr. Robinson removed from Berwick to Windham, Me., abt. 
1789. Bis sons were farmers, and his daughters married farmers. 

Children: 
1. Patience, bom 26 June, 1778, Berwick; was buried inVassalboro, Maine. She married 
Peter AUan, of that town. [For information concerning this family address Mary Run- 
nels, of South China, Me., 1872.] 
a Stephen, b. 16 June, 1781, Berwick; is deceased; married Mary Robinson, dau. of Timothy, 
of DoTsr, Me. 

ChUd: 

BHfuM, Res. 1872, Parton^field, Me, 

Z, Timothy, b. 80 Aug. 1784, Berwick; d. 8 Feb. 1886, and was buried in Friends burial-ground 

at Windham; m. Sarah* (Winslow) Lane [10286], wid. of John Lane. 
4. John, bom 22 March, 1787, Berwick; was buried in Friends buriaI*ground, Windham; 
married Bmma Read, dau. of Noah, of W. [For information address Joseph Cartland, of 
South Windham, Me., 1872. See 11168.] 
6k Miriam, b. 94 September, 1790, Windham; was buried in Parsonsfield, Me.; married Charles 

CtHl&Ad. 
t, Lydia, bom 6 June, 1798, Windham; was buried at Westbrook, Maine; married Josiah* 
Whulov [10605]. 
t SuuH, b. Mar. 1746; d. 12 Feb. 1778, Falmouth; married there, 11 May, 1768, James* WlMtow 110450]. 
8. Mabt, b. 19 May, 1752; d. 19 Nov. 1824; married Job* Wi&tlow [10178]. 
4. Jon, married Tabltha* Winslow [2080]. 



856 Miriam* ( Winslow) Atcsiin and Descendants. K 

10186. ]^riRIAM% [10174] (M^, NaVian\ Jamn\ J<^, ^«ujfoii',).b. 6 Oct. 1774, 
Falmouth, Cnmberland Co., Me. ; died in 1817, and was buried in Pownal, Me. She 
was married at F., by Friends ceremony, to Jedediah AUSTIN, b. 30 July, 1762, P. ; 
d. Mar. 1838, Pownal, and was buried there. His will was recorded in Portland. 
The name of his second wife was Anna Tory, by whom he had one son, James-Tory. 
Farmer. P&wnal, Me. 

Children: 

10187. 1. Peace', b. 28 Aug. 1792; married Caleb Hawkea, who died before 1873. 

She is also deceased. They had two children. 

10188. 2. Comfort^ b. 3 Nov. 1793; is deceased ; married Josiah Jones, of South 

China, Me. [See 10194.] 
Children : 

10189. Cynthia*, m. Jonathan Stoddard. Res. Appletan^ Me. 

10190. Jeremiah", m. 2d, Mary Jones. Bcs. 1877, China, Me. 

10191. Miriam*, died about 1850; married Amos Jonea. + 

Res. Jaekion, Me. 

10192. 8. DAViD-SAia)8% b. 10 Feb. 1795; probably died young. 
10198. 4. Cynthia^ b. 18 Oct. 1796; died aged about 18, unmarried. 

10194. 5. MABY^ b. 2 Feb. 1798; is deceased; married, as 2d wife, Josiah Jonea, 

whose first wife was her sister Comfort'. He married 8d, Ann . 

[See 12080.] He is now deceased. 
Children: 

10195. William*, m. Mary Runnels, of China, Me. + 

Res. 1 877, on the homestead, South China^ Me. 

10196. Samuel-H*., married Margaret-B. Hawkes, dau. of Isaac, and adopted 

dau. of Thomas-B. Kicbols, of Yassalboro, Me. He married 2d, 
, of Ohio. Res. 1872, Richmond, Va., and, 1877, Ohio. 

10197. Clarkson*, married Elvira Runnels, sister of Mary. She died, leav- 

ing one child. He married 2d, . Res. 1877, South China, Me. 

10198. 6. JoB-WiNSLOW^ b. 12 Dec. 1799, Pownal, Mc, petitioned the Legisla- 

ture and had his first name dropped. He died, 4 June, 1866, South 
Brooks, Me., and was buried there ; m. Windham, Me., 1820, Mary- 
An»' Lane [10318], b. 17 Sept. 1803, Freeport, Mc, dau. of John and 
Sarah* (Winslow) of Freeport. She died 6 Dec 1857, South Brook^ 
and was buried there. He married 2d, Martha (Russell) Hathaway. 
In 1833, removed from Pownal, Me., to South Brooks; in 1872 his 
widow resided in Thomdike, Me. 
Children, of whom seven were bom in Pownal and four in South Brooks: 

10199. 1. Miriam*, b. 22 Oct. 1821; m. Brooks, Mc, 23 Feb. 1843, Oliver 

Jones, b. 22 Dec. 1815, s. of Samuel and Nancy (Sherman) of 15. 
Farmer. Res. Brooklyn, N.Y., and, 1877, Sterling, Rice Co., Kanm». 
Children bom in Brooks, Me., except the youngest: 

10200. 1. Eenry-Bobinson*, b. 18 Feb. 1844; married in Brooklyn, 13 

May, 1868, Louisa Miller, of B., b. in New York City, 22 Nov. 
i6U, dau. of Daniel Miller, of N.T. Res. 1877, Brooklyn^ If. Y. 
Children: 

10201. 1. Daalel.MlUer», b. 11 Mar. 1670, a 
10203. Xary-Loaisa**, b. 16 Mar. 187S, B 



K 




10308. 


8. 


10204. 


8. 


1020S. 


4. 



Foster^ JoneSy Foss^ Robinson^ Davis. 



857 



10200. 

10200*. 

10207. 

10208. 



10200. 



10210. 
10211. 
10219. 



10218. 
10214. 
10215. 

10216. 
10217. 
10218. 

10219. 

10220. 



10221. 

10223. 



BdwQfdrBofnTuon*, (twin of Henry-Robin8on») b. 18 Feb. 1844; 

d. 14 Oct. 1858, Windham, Me. 
AlUm\ b. 33 Oct 1847; d. 26 June, 1861, Harrison, N.Y. 
EUa-Maria\ b. 33 Jan. 1850; m. Brooklyn, L.L, 28 Dec. 1873, 

William-A. Foster, b. 4 Apr. 1852, s. of William-Henry, oi 

Purchase, N.Y., b. 6 Not. 1824, and Mary- Ann (Adams), b. 

28 Feb. 1828. Mason. Res. 1877, WhiU Plaim, N. T. 

Children; 

1. Charles!*, b. 12 Oct 1874, White Plains. 
& Edith, b. S3 Aug. 1878. 

5. Oliur- Wirulou^y b. 9 Apr. 1862, Harrison, Westchester Co., N.Y. 

Res. 1877, Sterling, Kan$a». 

3. Sarah-Ann*, b. 10 Sept. 1823; d. 17 Sept 1853, and was buried in 

South Brooks, 3Te. ; m. Brooks, 28 Jan. 1841, Daniel Jones, b. 33 
July, 1809, brother of Oliver [10199], and s. of Samuel and Nancy 
(Sherman) of B. He res. 1877, Brooki,^ Me. 

Children bom in Brooks: 

1. Charlei-Lindley^, b. 10 Jan. 1842; married in Brooks, 7 Apr. 
1863, Harriet- V. Damon, b. 6 Aug. 1845. 

Children : 

1 Charie».Albert>*,b.S6Deo. 1864. 

S. Arthur'", b. IS Aug. 1S7S; d. 12 Jan. 1878. 

3. narrieUBobinion*, b. 33 Oct 1843; m. Brooks, 35 Jan. 1866, 

Samuel Foss, b. 26 Mar. 1843. Res. 1877, Brookt, Me. 

Children bom in Brooks, Me. : 

1. EthelHandi*, b. 29 July. 1868, 
aLIiia>»,b.»May,1875. 

8. William-A*., b. 80 Aug. 1845; married in Belfast, Me., 35 Sept 
18C9, 3fary-E. Damon, sister of Harriet-V. Damon [10309]. 

4. OUter-Wimlow*, b. 17 Jan. 1847; d. 13 Mar. 1866, Lowell, Mass. 

5. Horace*, b. 23 Nov. 1848. Res. 1877, Brooke, Me. 

6. Sarah-Ann*, b.*9 Jan. 1851; d. 17 Sept 1853, and was buried in 

South Brooks. 
8. Willinm', b. 10 Oct 1825; d. 13 Oct 1835, at Pownal, and was 
buried there. 

4. Almira-Fry», b. 3 Feb. 1827; m. Brooks, Me., 35 Dec. 1844, Lewis 

Bobinson, b. 1 May, 1817, Windham, 3!e., son of Stephen and 

Anna ( ) of W. ; m. 2d, 20 Oct. 1866, Adrian Davis. 

She res. 1875, Wettport Central VUlage, Man. 
Children: 

1. Stephen-Wtnelou^, b. 13 Oct 1845; married in Mississippi, 31 

Jan. 1868, Mary- Anna Pergason, who is deceased. 
3. Lewie-Henry*, b. 37 Apr. 1848; m. South Boston, Mass., 17 Apr. 
1871, Eyaette Woodman, b. 17 June, 1850, dau. of William, 



853 



Descendants of Miriam* ( Winslow) Austin. 



K 



10224. 
10235. 



10226. 

10227. 

10228. 
10229. 

1023a 



10231. 


1. 


10232. 


2. 


10283. 


8. 


10284. 


4. 


10285. 


5. 


10286. 


6. 


10237. 


7. 


10238. 


9. Job 



10289. 



10239*. 
10240. 



10241. 
l0241^ 



b. 6 May, 1820, Portsmouth, N.H.,. married there, 26 Sept. 
1845, Harriet-R. Brinand, b. 13 Sept 1819, Kittery, Me. 

Res. 1875, BoUan^ Mtm. 
Children: 

1. Percy- Alton 1*, b. 10 Feb. 1872, South Boston. 

2. Herbert-Lewii", b. 7 Sept. 1874, 

5. Cynthia*, b. 22 Feb. 1829; d. 1 Sept. 1859, and was buried in South 

Brooks, Me. She married. Mar. 1855, Oilman Boberts, b. 14 Apr. 
1841 ; he married 2d, Harriet-A. Dingee, Calais, Me., and res. 1877, 
Waldo, Me. 

Children : 

1. Mari4tta\ b. 28 Dec. 1855, Brooks, Me. ; died 26 Sept. 1877, 

Waldo, Me. 

2. Lucy-Ellen*, b. 23 Nov. 1858, Brooks; d. 23 Aug. 1-859, B. 

6. Lucy-£*., b. 21 Feb. 1831 ; died in 1832, and was buried in Pownal. 

7. Mary*, b. 22 Nov. 1832; died unmarried, 17 July, 1855, and was 

buried in South Brooks. 

8. Lydia*, b. 29 Not. 1837; married at Friends meeting-house in 

Brooks, according to Friends ceremony, 22 Sept. 1859, Charles 
Griffin, b. 10 Jan. 1832, Mamaroneck, N.Y., son of Daniel and 
Anna (Cornell) of M. ; gr. son of Joseph and Pbila (Bfiller) of M., 
and of Thomas-L Cornell and Amy (Fisher) of Scarsdale, N.Y. 
Farmer. Itos. 1877, Mamaroneck, K T. 

Children bom in Mamaroneck: 
Danier, b. 24 July, 1860. 
Jiioj*, b. 2 Aug. 1862. 
Mdry-Emma*, b. 1 May, 1865; d. 1 Aug. 1866, and was buried 

at Purchase, in Harrison, Westchester Co., N. Y. 
Charles -Win8lotif\ b. 26 Dec. 1866. 
Jetse-FUher^, b. 19 June, 1869. 
WiUiam^ b. 17 Mar. 1871. 
7. Amy'Lydia\ b. 24 Jan. 1878.^ 
John-Winslow*, b. 16 Aug. 1839; d. 25 Feb. 1840, and was buried 

in South Brooks. 
Charles-Lane*, b. 10 Jan. 1841 ; married Lizzie Clifford. 

Res. 1877, SatUh Brooks, Me. 
Child: 

8on\ bom in 1877. 
11. James- Winslow*, b. 17 July, 1842; married in Boston, Mass., 18 
NoY. 1874, Annie-Lizzie Gay, bom in Waldo, Me. 

Res. 1877, on the homestead, 8otUh Brooks, Me, 
Children : 

1. Harry- Winslaw^h. 20 Oct. 1875, Brooks, Me. 

2. l>atighter% born in 1877. 



10. 



Fry^ Hanson^ LcmCy EocmSy Luce. 



859 



10243. 7. Ltdia^ b. 8 May, 1801; is deceased; married Ebenczer Pry, of Vaseal- 
boro, Me., and had two sons, neither of whom are living. 

10243. 8. Sabah^ b. 26 Aug. 1805; married John Hanson, of N.H. 

P.O. add. 1873, Weare, N.E 

10244. 9. JsBBMiAH% b. 1 Jan. 1808; d. Sept. 1877; married Rebecca Jones. 

Res. LynnptUe, Jwptfr Qo.^ Iowa 

Children: 

10244*. Stephen*. 

10244^ Henry-Alfred*. 

10244«. Daughter*, died young. 

10245. 10. Lucy', b. 18 Apr. 1809; d. 29 Nov. 1844. She married John Lane, of 

Weare, N.H., b. 24 June, 1805; removed to South Brooks in 1833. 

P.O. add. 1873, Brookt, Me. 
Children: 

10246. 1. Mary-Austin*, b. 8 June, 1881 ; d. 3 Jan. 1832. 

10247. 2. Lucy-Maria*, b. 24 Oct. 1832; m. Monroe, Waldo Co., Me., 20 Aug. 

1854, George Evans, b. 22 Aug. 1829, s. of Jeremiah and Sally 
(Bellows) of Waldo, Waldo Co., Me. 

Bei. 1875, Ban FranciKa^ CcO. 
Children: 

10248. Charle$J*.y is deceased. 

10249. Georgs-L:, " 

10250. AnnU^. 

10251. Franki^. 

10252. 8. John-Edwin*, b. 11 Mar. 1886; d. 10 Mar. 1887. 

10253. 4. Sarah-Jane*, b. 17 Jan. 1838; m. by Friends ceremony. Brooks, 

Waldo Co., Me., 16 Aug. 1855, James Cole, b. 29 Mar. 1828, s. of 
Elijah and Elizabeth (Jones) of Durham, Androscoggin Co., Me. 
Farmer. Res. 1877, Thamdikey Waldo Co.^ Ms. 

Children: 

10254. 1. Oetyrge-Mehin^, b. 19 Aug. 1856. 

10255. 2. John-Henr^, b. 15 June, 1859; d. 20 May, 1862. 

10256. 3. Sarah-Liezie^, b. 19 June, 1868. 

10257. 5. Martha-Ellen*, b. 16 June, 1839; m. Waldo, Me., 1 Sept. 1857, 

Miles Luce, b. 25 Mar. 1821. Farmer. Res. WoMq^ Me. 

Children: 

10258. 1. Prinee-Bdwin^ b. 30 July, 1858^ 

10259. 2. Miles-Irving^, b. 20 May, 1862. 

10260. 8. NeUie-Maud^, b. 13 Mar. 1868. 

10261. 4. BeHie-Olaude\ b. 26 Mar. 1872. 

10262. 5. Boby", b. 8 Mar. 1874; died the same day. 

10268. «. Charles-Edwin*, b. 19 Sept. 1841; married, 18 Mar. 1863, Ada-Har- 

net Rich, b. 1 Oct. 1845, Brooks, dau. of Samuel-Loren, of B., b. 



860 Abigail* ( Winslow) Hawkes and Descendants. ^ 

25 Apr. 1797, and Sally (Batchelder), b. 2 May, 1803. 

Res. 1873, Brookt, M4 
Children : 

10264. 1. WilliamL*., b. 5 Apr. 1864. 

10265. 2. MiUUOreen\ b. 8 Apr. 1868. 

10266. 8. •, ( . ^ . ,. , . 

10*>67 4. * S twins, bom m 1870; died m seven weeks. 

10268. 5. Charles- Alb^t\ b. 27 Aug. 1872. 

10269. 6. Emma' Gertrude, b. 18 May, 1875. 

10270. 7. James-OUver^, b. 9 Nov. 1848; d. 1 Nov. 1844. 

10271. 11. ALv^l^ b. 24 Oct 1810; d. 11 Aug. 1872 ;m. China, Kennebec Co.. Me., 

16 June, 1838, Harriet Jones, b. 5 Mar. 1814, in C, dau. of James and 
Hannah (Sampson) of Greene, Me. Shoe manufacturer. 

Res. Pownal, and, 1872, Freeporty Me. 
Cliildren bom in Freeport: 

10372. 1. Gustavus% b. 28 Apr. 1889; married . + 

Res. 1873, Lynn^ Ifau, 
10278. 3. James-Everett*, b. 80 Apr. 1841. 

Res. 1873, 150 Nbrlh Fifth St,, PhiladetpJUOy Pa. 

10274. 8. Edward-Young*, b. 23 May, 1842. Res. 1873, Freeport, Me, 

10275. 4. Helen-Persis", b. 9 Mar. 1844; married . + 

10276. 5. Emma-Eliza", b. 28 Aug. 1848; married . + 

Res. 1878, Lifun^ Mau. 

10277. 6. Hattie-Estella*, b. 10 Mar. 1858. 

10278. ABIGAIL*, [10175] [Jdb\ Nathan^ Jamei\ M\ Kene!m\) b. 7 Mar. 1776, 
Falmouth, Me. ;* d. Nov. 1851 ; married, as 2d wife, Lemuel Hawkes. Farmer. 

Children, three sons and three daugliters, of whom 

10379. .1. Isaac', b. 10 Mar. 1803, China, Me.; m. by Friends ceremony, Esther 

Holly, who died leaving three children, all of whom were living in 
1873^ and two were married and had families; married 2d, by Friends 
ceremony, at Durham, Me., 2\) Jan. 1835, Lucy (Jones) Rogers, widow 
of John Rogers, and dau. of Thomas and Esther (Hacker) Jones, of 
Brunswick, Me. She died 15 Aug. 1863, Manchester, Me., and was 
buried there. Farmer and stone-cutter. 

Res. Falmouth, and, 1872, Manchetter, Kennebec Co., Me, 

Children by second marriage: 

10380. 4. Isaac-Warren*, b. 11 Nov. 1885, Hallowell, Me.; married by Friends 

ceremony, at Manchester, lile., 4 Mar. 1863, Sarah-A. Sampson, b. 
4 Nov. 1831, Hallowell, Mc, dau. of Proctor and Lydia (Farr) of 
M. Member of the S.S. Committee, selectman and farmer. 

Res. 1873, Mancheeter, Me. 
Children born in Manchester: 

10381. 1. Alfred' W., b. 11 Dec. 1803. 



^ Sdra/i* ( Winstow) \_Laiie\ Eoblmoiu bCl 

10283. 2. Lucy-r,, b.20 Sept. 1865. 
10983. 8. Edgar-S"., b. 12 Oct. 1867. 

10284. 6. Liicy-Ann% b. 19 Mar. 1838, Hallowell. 

10285. 6. Mary-Elizabeth', b. 6 Jan. 1840, ** 

10286. SARAH*, [10176] {Job\ NMan\ James^ Job\ Kenelm\) b. 22 Apr. 1778, 
Falmouth, Me. ; d. 24 Nov. 1870, Windham, Me. ; married John LANE, who died 
of yellow-fever, at Harpswell, Me. She m. 2d, Windham, Timothy BOBINBON, 
b. 30 Aug. 1784, Berwick, 3Ie., s. of Stephen and Content (Alley) of W., and brother 
of Lydia Robinson who married Josiah' Winslow [10595]. He died 8 Feb. 1865, 
Windham. He was a farmer. [See foot-note to 10173.] 

Children by the first husband nine in number, of whom only the two first men- 
tioned ivere probably married. One daughter and three sons are said to have died 
in South W^iudbam. 

10287. 1. William', b. 14 Apr. 1802, Freeport, Me. ; died 27 Apr. 1863, Portland, 

Me. ; married there, 5 Sept. 1824, Sophia Wiggins, of P., b. 22 Nov. 
1801, Parsousfield, Me., dau. of Nathaniel and Jennie (Nealy), who was 
born at Portsmouth. 31 aster-builder. 

She res. 1872, Ocr. Wilmot and Oxford StreeU, Portland, Me. 

Children bom in Portland : 

10288. 1. William-Henry*, b. 8 June, 1825; m. Portland, 7 Dec. 1848, Julia 

Cox, b. 4 Sept. 1827, East Boston, Mass., dau. of Warren and 
Sallie (Speed) of Boston. In 1872, he was connected with the 
Erie R.R. Res. MeadvUU, Pa, 

Children: 

10289. 1. Edmn'Ccx\ b. 27 Sept. 1850, Portland; d. 27 July, 1854, Dun- 

kirk, N.Y. 

10290. 2. Annie-EUa\ b. 27 July, 1852, *' ; d. 20 May, 1857, D. 

10291. 3. WiUie-W^, b. 17 Dec. 1853, Dunkirk. 

10292. 4. Horace-E*., b. 14 Aug. 1855, D. 

10293. 5. Warren-C:, b. 25 Nov. 1857, D. 

10294. C. KU-Carwn*, b. 29 Sept. 1859, D. 

10295. 7. Zeander-L\, b. 14 November, 1801, D. ; d. 19 July, 1865, Mead- 

ville, Pa. 

10296. 2. Ann-Maria*, b. 18 Aug. 1827; married in New York, 8 Sept 1855, 

Capt Moses-Havens Sawyer, b. 6 June, 1827, Mystic, Ct, son of 
Capt. Jeremiah and Emeline (Kelley) of M. Sea-captain. 

Res. 1875, Mystic, Ct, 
Children : 

1. HorUnse-BonaparU*, b. 2 Feb. 1856. 

2. WUliam-Eenry*, b. 7 Jan. 1862, Mystic; d. 22 Oct. 1862, Portland. 
Mary-Jane', b. 16 July, 1830. 
Charle8-Babson','b. 16 Oct. 1832; d. 9 Jan. 1870, Portland; married 

there, 24 May, 1855, Lydia Waterhouse, born in 1832, at P., where 



10297. 




10298. 




10299. 


3. 


10800. 


4. 



862 Desceiidants of SaroA* ( Window) [Lane] Hobinson. 



K 



her parents resided. Master-builder. She res. 1872, Portland^ Ms. 
Children bom in Portland ; 
10801. 1. Alie^EUa\ b. 15 Jan. 1856. 

10303. 2. Franl^, b. Jan. 1858. 
10308. 8. Annie-Sawyei*, b. 1860. 

10304. 4. Fhrenee-May\ b. 1862. 

10305. 5. CirrarBeir, b. 1864. 

10306. «. wmu^, b. 1866; d. 1866, Portland. 

10307. 7. Oharlef, b. 1870; d. 1870, •* 

10808. 5. Sophia-Estella', b. 21 Sept. 1887; m. Portland, 8 Sept. 1856, Walter- 

Fearing Gk>oldf b. 16 July, 1830, Eastport, Me., son of Franklin 
and Mary (Daverson) of Campobello, N.B. Grocer. 

Res. 1872,PM2«k2, ir«. 
Children bom in Portland : 

10809. 1. WaUer'Fra7iklin\ b. 17 Aug. 1857. 

10310. 2. OlareMe-Oregofi', b. 4 May, 1866. 

10311. 6. Caroline-Augusta', b. 22 Mar. 1839; d. 1874, in Portland; m. Bos- 

ton, Mass., 7 or 8 Oct. 1858, Charles-Ifving Trowbridge, b. 21 
Apr. 1837, P., 8. of EUsha of P., b. Bunker Hill, Charlestown, and 
Maria (Stinson). 

Children: 

10312. 1. Ida-BeOr Caroling, b. 21 July, 1859, Portland. 

10313. 2. Charle^Irwni/'y bom in 1862, P. 

10814. 8. WiUiam-Lan^, b. 28 Nov. 1865, Wobum, Mass. ; died there, 15 

Feb. 1866. 

10816. 7. Claudius-Mortimer*, b. 12 — ^, 1842; married in Portland, Dec 

1869, Enmia-£. Lowell. Fancy and fresco painter. 

Res. 1878, P&rtland, Me. 
Child: 

10810. C<arie-AuffUita\ b. 9 June, 1871, Portland. 

10817. 8. Sarah-Jennie*, b. 2 Feb. 1846. 

Res. 1872, 75 Oxford St.y Portland, Me. 

10818. 2. MART-Aira', b. 17 September, 1803, Freeport, Me. ; d. 5 Dec 1857, South 

Brooks, Me. ; m. Windham, Me., 1820, Job-Winslow' Austin [10198], 
b. 12 Dec 1799, Pownal, Me., son of Jedediah and Miriam* (Wins- 
low). He died 4 June, 1865, South Brooks, and was buried there. 
Res. Pownal and South Brooks, Me. His second wife was Martha (Rus- 
sell) Hathaway, who was residing, in 1872, at Thorndike, Me. For de- 
scendants see 10198. 

10819. 8. SAiiAH-JANB\ died in Windham, Me., aged 28 years. 

10820. 4. Charles^, died aged about 22 years. 

10821. 5. Gborqb^ died aged about 18 years. 

10822. 6. Amanda^, died at an earlier age than the last-mentioned. 
10828. 7. JoHN% died early. 

[Two other children by the first marriage.] 



K Hobinson^ SylveBter^ AtidnSj Dudley. 

Children by 2d marriage: 

10S24. 10. Harribt% b. 9 Dec. 1816; married John-W. Bobinton. Farmer, i-p. 

Res. 1872, Sfmik Windham, Me. 

lOft^. 11. Edwabd-Cobb^ b. 25 Feb. 1818; married, 25 October, 1848, Sarah-Jane 
Fraser, b. 10 Mar. 1820, Athens, N.Y., dau. of William and Elizabeth 
(Folger) of A. After her death he married, 8 Sept. 1859, Mary* Hussey 
[10429], b. 20 Jan. 1880, China, Me., dau. of Francis and Hannah^ 
(Hawkes) of Dnrham, Me., and gr. dau. of Nathan Hawkes and Mary* 
(Winslow). Chair manufacturer in New York City; office, 160 West 
27th St Res. 1872, Mamaraneck^ We9teh«$Ur Oo.^ N» T. 

Children : 

10326. 1. Sarah-Elizabeth*, b. 6 Aug. 1844. 

10327. 2. Angeline- Wilson*, b. 25 May, 1847. 

10328. 3. Edward*, b. 25 July, 1850; d. 2 Feb. 1854 

10829. 4. Mary-Frances", b. 14 May, 1853. 

10830. 5. Edward-Fraser*, b. 28 Dec. 1855. 

10881. 6. Maria-Louise*, b. 20 July, 1860. 

10882. 7. Alida*, b. 13 May, 1862; d. 12 Oct 1863. 

10833. 8. Emma-Fraser*, b. 26 Apr. 1864. 

10834. 9. Ida', b. 31 Dec. 1865. 

10335. 10. Francis-Hussey*, b. 18 Sept 1867. 

10336. 11. Jennie*, b. 4 Aug. 1870. 

10337. 12. nsNRY^, b. 26 Mar. 1820; married, Dec. 1854, Lydia yamey,b. 26 Sept 

1826, dau. of Ebenezer, of Albion, Me. He remained at home until 

1844, when he went to New York City, where he was in the grocery 

business with his brother Edward^, about two years, and for the same 

length of time with A- A. Gould, in the Bowery. He then returned to 

the homestead and lived with his father. 

Res. 1872, South Windham, Jf#. 
Children : 

10338. 1. William-Henry*, b. 15 Apr. 1856. 

10339. 2. Herbert-Winslow*, b. 27 July, 1857. 
10840. 3. Edward-Franklin*, b. 17 Mar. 1860. 

10341. 4. Edward-Osbome*, b. 2 Apr. 1862. 

10342. 5. Elma-Frances*, b. 3 Apr. 1864. 

10348. 18. Elizabeth^ b. 27 Apr. 1822; married Eliphalet Sylvester. Fanner. 
She married 2d, Charles Atkin*. 

Res. 1872, South Windham^ Me. 
Child by first marriage : 

10344. Charles-Henry*. 

10345. EUNICE*, [10178] (Job\ Nathan*, JafM^, J6b\ Kenelm\) b. 9 Jan. 1781, 
Falmouth, Me. ; d. 27 Oct. 1852, China, Me., and was buried in tie Friends burial- 
ground, South China; m. in Friends meeting, Falmouth, 1 d., 1 m., 1806, John 
DTJDLBT, of Winthrop, Me., born there, 5 d., 11 m., 1775, son of Micajah, a 



864 



Descendants of Job^ Winslaw. 



B, 



minister in the Society of Friends, and Susanna (Forster). He died 27 Oct. 1847, 
China, Me., and was baried in the Friends burial-ground, South China. Farmer. 
[For Dudley Family see Nete England HUt. and Gen, Meghtfr, Vol. X, p. 139.] 

Res. Durham, Winthrop, and China, Me, 
Children: 

10846. 1. JANB-W^, b. 18 d., 13 mo., 1806, Dnrham, Androscoggin Co., Me. ; died 
in 1844, Somerville, Me., and was buried there; m. by Rev. William 
Bolar, at China, 28 Oct. 1886, to Erastus Tobey, of Patricktown, who 
is deceased. Res. Somerville, Me, 

Children : 

10347. Lydia-Jane*. 

10348i, Maj. George-IIenry*, after the death of his father, being at that time 

about eight years of age, was cared for by his uncle Henry' Dud- 
ley. He served as private in the army of the Potomac ; was pro- 
moted to the rank of lieutenant, under Gen. Banks, in Louisiana, 
then to that of ^Tajor; was stationed on Brazos Island, Texas. He 
served until the close of the war. In 1867 he went to the State of 
Mississippi as overseer of a cotton plantation, owned by a company 
in Massachusetts, who employed one hundred and fifty negroes. 
He died of congestion of the brain, September of the same year. 
He is said to have been an energetic young man, wliose courage 
has rarely been equaled. 

10849. Joseph*, was killed in the army, by a collision of cars, while he had 

Southern prisoners in his charge. 

10360. John-D'., died young. 

10851. 2. MICAJAH^ b. 19 d., 10 mo., 1808, Durham, Me. ; d. 27 Mar. 1873, Castle 

Hill, Aroostook Co., Me., and was buried there; m. by Jonathan 

* Clark, China, Kennebec Co., Me., 27 Sept 1888, to Olive Clark, 

b. 11 July, 1811, China, dau. of Ephraim and Olive (Braley) of 

New Bedford, Mass. Farmer. 

Res. China, Presque Isle, and Caitle BUI, Me. 

Children bom in China, Me. : 

10362. 1. Paulina-Clark*, b. 16 Mar. 1835 ; m. by Rev. Wm. Bolar, at China, 

6 July, 1856, to Aaron-Clark Vamey, of C, born there, May, 1832, 
8. of William and Hannah (Clark) of Castle Hill. He served in 
the Union army, and was killed at Fort Wagner. She married 2d, 
China, 27 Nov. 1866, John-Payne Roberts, bom 4 Sept. 1827, 
Brooks, Waldo Co., Me., s. of Daniel and Mary (Haskall) of Knox, 
Me. Res. 1874, Preeque /#/«, Me, 

Children : 

10853. 1. Frederic-Dudley^ y\i. \(i Ki^T, 1857, China. 

10354. 2. Otutavti9'Ben9on\ b. 3 Jan. 1862, Castle Hill. 

10355. 8. MarHlla'Bi'aIey\ b. 1 Feb. 1869, ** 

10350. 2. Allen-Marden*, b. 23 Oct. 1836; m. by Rev. William Bellmaln. at 



^ McLaugldin^ Sawyer. 865 

Mtpleton, Me., 21 Sept 1861, to Susan-Ann Waddell, b. 17 Feb. 
1842, Lubec, Washington County, Me., dao. of John and Kesdab 
(Owen) of N.Y. Farmer. 

Rea. China, and, 1874, Pre$gue Ids, Me, 
Children bom in Castle Hill : 

10857. 1. Qeorgkina-Bean; b. 13 Sept. 1862. 

10858. 2. 8anf&rd^/ierman*, b. 25 Aug. 1864. 
108o9. 3. NeUie-Qrant*, b. 27 Aug. 1868. 

10360. 4. Olwe-Sawyer*, b. 6 Dec. 1870. 

10361. 5. AnrutU-Peas^,}}. 19 Aug. 1872. 

10362. 3. Mariam- Arietta', b. 1 July, 1838; d. 18 Sept. 1841, China. 

10368. 4. Martilla-Braley*, b. 18 May, 1840; d. 9 Aug. 1862, China; m. by 

Rev. Mr. Saunders, of Augusta, 24 August, 1859, to Albert 
KcLauglilizi, of A. He died 19 Feb. 1862, at Augusta, aged 
thirty-eight years. 
Child: 

10864. CharUi-Wesley*, died 27 Aug. 1862, China, aged two years. 

10U65. 5. Adaline-Fairfield*, b. 28 July, 1842; d. 19 Oct. 1863, at Mapleton; 

was married by Rev. Mr. Given, at Castle Hill, 4 Sept. 1860, to 
Jotham-Sewell Sawyer, b. 17 July, 1836, New Sharon, Me., s. of 
Joshua and Abigail (Riggs) of N.8. He died 10 June, 1878, 
Mapleton, aged thirty-eight. 

Children: 

10366. 1. HenrUUa-CaU^, b. 23 Aug. 1861, Castle Hill. 

10867. 2. Herbert-Eugene^ b. 13 Mar. 1863, Mapleton; died there, 1 Oct 

1866. 
108C8. C. Olive-Clark*, b. 20 May, 1844; d. 6 Oct. 1870, at Castle Hill; m. by 

Rev. William Bellmain, at Castle Hill Plain, 29 Sept 1861, to 
Jefferson Sawyer, b. 28 Feb. 1837, New Sharon, s. of Joshua and 
Abigail (Riggs) of N.S., and brother of Jotham-Sewell, who mar- 
ried Adaline-Fairfield* [10365]. 

Res. Castle Billy Me, 
Children bom at Castle Hill: 

10869. 1. Milton- James*, b. 29 Dec. 1863. 

10370. 2. (7Aar/tf«-F<»/tfy», b. 15Nov. 1865. 

10371. 8. Emma-Louisa*, b. 16 July, 1808. 

10372. 4. Franh-Ellsicorth*, b. 9*Feb. 1870; d. 27 Feb. 1870, Castle Hill. 
10378. 7. Micajah-Henry*, b. 30 June, 1840; m. by John Waddell, Jr., 18 

Oct. 1873, to Arietta Drake, b. 11 Mar. 1856, Lyndon, Aroostook 

Co., Me., dau. of Rodney and Louisa ( ) of Mapleton. 

Res. 1874, Oastle EUl, Me. 
10374. 8. Frwices-Clark*, b. 17 Apr. 1848; was unmarried in 1874. 

Res. Castle mU, Me, 
10875. 0. John-Wesley*, b. 80 July, 1850; was unmarried in 1874. 

Res. Castle IlUl; P.O. add. Prea^ue Me, Aroostook Co,^ Me, 

22 



866 Descendamis of Eunice* ( Win$l(m) Dudley. K 

10876. 8. JoHK-M\, b. 7 d., 12 mo., 1809, Dorham, Me. ; married Fanny Clough; 

m. 2d, Mary-8. Rollini. Res. 1872, AlbioTi^ M$. 

Children: 

10877. Mary^Frances-. 

10878. Ellen*, died young. 
By 8d marriage: 

1087ft. Ellen*. 

10880. Hattie*. 

10881* 4. GBOROB-PHILBROOK^ b. 28 d., 2 mo., 1812, Durham, Me. ; m. Hallowell, 
Me., 10 Apr. 1835, Sarah Prescott, b. 4 Jan. 1814 [7 Jan. ace. to iV^ 
ecu Memorial]^ Monmouth, Me., dan. of Joseph and Nancy-Dearborn 
(Blake) of M. ; and gr. dau. of Samuel and Mary (Rundlett) of Sanborn- 
ton, N.H., and of Asahel Blake and Sarah (Dearborn) of Monmouth, 
Me. [See PrescoU Memorial, Part II, p. 814.] She died 4 Jan. 1832, 
East Boston, Mass. In 1878, he was in the asylum at Taunton, Mass. 
Builder. Res. Hallowell, Me., and, 1872, Bkut BaUon^ Mam. 

Children : 

10882. 1. Sarali-Jane', b. 12 Jan. 1836, Hallowell, Me. ; m. by Rev. Chester 

Field, East Boston, 20 June, 1858, to Maj. Oliver Libby, bom 27 
Dec. 1829, Wellfleet. Bamstoble Co., Mass., s. of Richard and 
Hannah (Holbrook) of Hampden, Penobscot Co., Me. Major of 
the 71st Regt New York State National Guard. Restaurant pro- 
prietor. Res. East Boston and New York City; office, 1878, 187 
FulUm 8t.t N. T. Res. an Main Stj East Orange, E$$ex Co,, NJ. 

Children: 
10888. 1. OUoW, b. 21 Apr. 1861, New York City: died there, 28 Apr. 

1861. 

10884. 2. OltDer-O:, b. 19 Sept. 1862, N.Y. ; died there, 19 July, 1863. 

10885. 8. Jennis-N^ b. 15 Apr. 1864, N.Y. 

10886. 4. Walter- FraneU% b. 26 Feb. 1872, East Orange, N.J. 

10887. 2. George-Edward*, died aged about two years. 

10888. 8. Emma-Annette*, b. 10 Dec. 1844, East Boston; was married therSf 

by J-H. Tilton, 24 Dec. 1868, to Lyman Boane, b. 81 Jan. 1835, 
Bast Brookfield, Mass., s. of Joseph and Acbsah (Steyeas) of East 
Brookfield. Res. Fortress Monroe, Norfolk, and Petersburg, Ya. 

1878, Baet Brool^fieldy Man. 

10880. 4. George-Bradbury", b. 10 Dec. 1848, East Boston; married . 

Res. 1878, Ek^fle St., East Boston, Man. 

10890. 5. Mary-Maria', b. 27 July, 1851, East Boston; was unmarried in 1878. 

1089L 5. Mathbw-F\, bom 9 d., 9 m., 1813, Durham or China, Me. ; is deceased. 

He married Patience Hutchina. She res. Chma^ Kminebec Co., Ms, 

Children: 
10892. Cynthia*. 



K Tobey^ Marr^ French^ Emery^ QiddingB, 8W 

10898. Charles*. 

108»i. David*. 

10895. t, Hbkbt^ b. 9 d., 2 mo., 1815, China; was married by Friends ceremony, 

Yassalboro, Me., 6 d., 8 mo., 1845, to Emily-E. Parker, daa. of George 
and Deliyerance (Jenkins) of Y. He has been a teacher, farmer, insur- 
ance agent, and clerk in the State Department. 

Res. Boston, Mass., and, 1872, Ea$t YamSboro^ Me. 
Children bom in Vassalboro : 

10896. 1. George- Edwin*, b. 29 d., 12 mo., 1846; was educated at Colby's 

Institute, Waterville, Me. In 1872, he was a teacher of mathemat- 
ics in the Friends school, at Providence, R.L 

10897. 3. Henry-Wilson*, b. 28 d., 1 mo., 1849; in 1872, was in Haverford 

College, Pennsylvania. 

10898. 8. Howard-Channing*, b. 8 d., 1 mo., 1858. 

10399. 4. Elwood-Earle*, b. 80 d., 4 mo., 1859. 

10400. 7. Ltdia-Winslow^ b. 28 d., 4 mo., 1818, China; was married in that town, 

by Rev. Edward White, 5 Aug. 1839, to Hanson Tobey, b. 20 June, 
1818, 8. of Joseph and Martha (Murray) of Somerville, Me. He died 
of consumption, 2 Aug. 1848, at S., and was buried in China. He was 
a farmer. She was married 2d , by William Clusin, in Somerville, 10 
Nov. 1850, to James Marr, b. 22 May, 1823, Palermo, Waldo Co., Me., 

son of Nathaniel and (Conick) of Grinnell, Iowa. Res. 1874, 

Week's Mills, China, Me., where he had lived seventeen years. 
Chilli ren: 

10401. 1. Martha-Emeline*, b. 27 Jan. 1840, China; died of consumption, 16 

Nov. 1866, at Vassalboro. 

10402. 2. Warren-H*., b. 8 Feb. 1841, China; enlisted, July, 1862, in the 19th 

Reg. Me. Vols. ; went South, and was taken sick with typhoid 
fever; partifflly recovered, returned home, and died of consump- 
tion, 18 Oct. 1863. 

10403. 8. Mary- A*., b. 10 June, 1842, Somerville; m. China, 11 Apr. 1863, 

George-E. French. 

10404. 4. Cynthia-Ellen*, b. 26 Feb. 1844, S. ; m. Vassalboro, 26 Aug. 1863, 

James-E. Bmery. 

10405. 5. Franklin-D*., b. 1 July, 1846, S. ; married, 8 March, 1869, Lucy-J. 

Martin. 

10406. 6. Edwin*, b. 22 Nov. 1847, S.; d. 18 May, 1848. 

10407. 7. Rose-Etta*, b. 10 Nov. 1852, 8. ; m. China, Me., 14 Dec 1873, 

Frank-P. Oiddinga. 

10408. 8. George*, b. 10 June, 1856, China. 

10409. 8. Chable8% b. 10 d., 2 mo., 1821, Chuia; married Adaline Wedgewood; 

m. 2d, Jane Reynolds. Res. 1872, BaUoweO^ Me. 

Children: 

10410. Florence*. 

10411. Eldana*. 



868 DeseetidanU of Job^ Window. ^ 

10412. Virginia', died young. 

10418. Virginia*. 

10414. CONTENT*, [10179] {J6b\ 2fathan\ Jcm^, J»», JTdfiafei",) b. 7 Jan. 
1784, at Falmouth, Me. ; died Aug. 1867, Westbrook, formerly a part of Palmoutli, 
and was buried in the Friends cemetery; m. at Friends meeting, Falmoutli, James 
MEABEB, bom in 1777. Rochester, N.H., died in Falmouth, and was buried in 
the Friends cemetery. His win was recorded at Portland, Me. He was a painter, 
carpenter, and farmer. . FakMuih^ Me. 

Children : 

10415. MARY^ born in China, Me, 

10416. LYDIA^ 

10417. Hannah*. 

10418. Jane', 

10419. JoB-W*., b. 12 Sept. 1808, China; m. in Friends meeting, Falmouth, Me., 

2 Dec. 1846, Sarah- W. Winslow [11622], b. 23 Mar. 1817, Westbrook, 
Me., dau. of Benjamin' and Lois (Lunt) of W. She died 4 Apr. 1871, 
Westbrook, and was buried in Portland Cemetery, Decring, Cumber- 
land Co., Me. Stone-cutter. P.Q. add. 1872, Beering^ Me. 

Children born in Falmouth : 

10420. 1. Mary-J»., b. 14 June, 1848; d. 18 Dec. 1869, Westbrook. 

10421. 2. Benjamin- WV, b. 14 Aug. 1862; m. Portland, Me., 25 Dec. 1871 or 

'2, Allada-F. Milliken, b. 7 Aug. 1854, Westbrook. 

10422. JoKATHAN-A\, (twin of Job-W^) b. 12 Sept 1808, China; married Han- 

nah . Res. 1872, Dttring^ MorrUP» Corner^ Me. 

10428. Louisa^, bom in Falmouth, Me. 

10424. Charlbs^ 

10425. Ctnthia*. ^ 

10426. MARY*, [10181] {Job\ Nath(m\ Jamet^,' J6(^, K«neim\) b. [% May, 1788, 
Falmouth, Ale. ; is deceased ; married Nathan HAWXSS, of Durham, Me. Farmer 
and tanner. 

Children: 

10427. JosBPH^ is a tanner. Res. 1872, Dwrham^ Me. 

10428. HANNAH^ married Francis Hossay. Res. 1872, Durham, Me. 

Child: 

10429. Mary*, b. 20 Jan. 1880, China, Me. ; married, as 2d wife, 8 Sept 

1859, £dward-Cobb' Bobineon [10325], b. 26 Feb. 1818, A>n of 
Timothy and Sarah* (Winslow) of Windham, Me. Chair manu- 
facturer in New York City; office, 160 West 27th St. 

Res. 1872, Mamaroiieck, WesteheUer Oo.^ K Y. 
ChUdren: 

10480. 1. Maria-Dmiee^.*, b. 20 July, 1860. 

10481. 2. Alida\\ b. 13 May, 1862; d. 12 Oct 1868. 



^ JSimmonSy BaUey^ Hofwhsy McUhew^j liobi/nsofiy Duncan. 869 

10433, 8. Bmma'Fram*,\ b. 26 Apr. 1864. 

10433. 4. /<io»,% b. 31 Dec 1866. 

10434. 5. Franeii-HuMieyW b. 18 Sept. 1867. 
104&5. 6. Jenni^,\ b. 4 Aug. 1870. 

104«6. RACHEL*, [10184] (Job*, Nathan*, Jame^, Jo^', Kenelm\) b. 18 May, 
1794, Falmottth, Me.; m. Portland, Me., July, 1821, Bryant SIMKOKS. She m. 
2d, as 2d wife, at Friends meeting-house, Hallowell, now Manchester, Me., 10 Feb. 
1840, Jacob BAILSY, of Leeds, Me., to which place he remoyed when he was 
sixteen years of age. He was a native of Plymouth, Mass. [By his former marriage 
Mr. Bailey had a son Ezekiel, who, with his two sous Moses and Charles, resided in 
Winthrop, Me., where the sons owned an oil-cloth factory.] Within a year and a 
half of his death they sold their property in Leeds, and moved to Litchfield, now 
called West Gardiner, Me., seventeen miles from their former residence. There he 
died, 14 Dec. 1857, aged eighty-seven years. His widow remained six years in Man- 
chester, and then went to live with her daughter in Conway, N.H., where she was 
residing in 1872. ' 

Child: 

10487. MART-Wn78LOw\ b. 8 Sept. 1822, Portland, Me. ; married, 2 June, 1842, 

Rev. Joseph Hawks, of Boston, b. 5 July, 1814, Harvard, Mass. He 
is a member of the Maine Conference of the Methodist Episcopal 
Church; in 1872, had been engaged in preaching thirty-two years. 

Res. Ccmoay, N,K 

Children: 

10488. Mary*, married Albert-H. Mathews. Manufacturer of agricultural 

implements. Res. 1872, Voldbrook, Masi, 

X0489. Elizabeth", b. 9 Dec 1844, Falmouth, Me. ; was married by Rev. 

Joseph Hawks, Mechanics Falls, Me., 28 Dec. 1869, to Charles- 
Henry BobinsoV b. 81 July, 1840, Bath, Me., s. of James-D. and 
Mary-Elizabeth (Robinson) of B. Manufacturer, and dealer in sup- 
plies for machines of all kinds. Res. 1872, 8t, Paul, Minn. 

Child: 

10440. Mary'Eliaabeth\ h. 29 Oct. 1871, Conway, Carroll Co., N.H. 

10441. Abba*. 

10442. Lonada*, married Frank Buncaa. Ship-chandler. 

Res. 1872, Bath, Me. 

10443. Joseph-Mathew*, in 1872, was a student in the North- Western Uni- 

versity, Evanston, HL 

10444. Frank*. 

10445. Bvalyn% 

10446. HANNAH*, [10185] (.W, Nathan*, /«m^, Jol^, Kenelm\) b. 80 Sept. 
1797, Falmouth, Ms.; d. 26 Oct 1871; married in her native town, 10 July, 1816, 



870 Descenda/nU of Nathan* Winalow. K 

Ezra HawkeSj b. 21 May, 1792, Windham, Mc Fanner. Rca. Angusta, and Chi- 
na, Kennebec Co., and Deering^ Cumberland Co.^ Me. 
Children bom probably in China, Me. : 

10447. 1. AijnKA% b. 28 Aug. 1817. 

10448. 2. Edwabd% b. 20 Feb. 1819. 

10449* 8. KATHANIBL^ b. 28 Dec. 1821 ; m. South Kingston, Washington Co., RL, 
28 Jan. 18—, Mary-A. Collins, b. 25 Dec. 1826, 8.K., dau. of Timotby- 
C. and Mary-Ann (Gardiner) of 8.K. Granite contractor. Res. Port- 
land, Jackson, Westbrook, and, 1872, MarrUPe Corner^ Deering^ Me. 
Child: 

10450. Moses-N'., b. 6 Apr. 1851, Jackson, Waldo Co., Me. 

10451. 4. Mathbw-P\, b. 10 May, 1828. 

10452. 5. Abbt', b. 16 June, 1824. 
10458. 6. MARY-W^, b, 2 June, 1826. 

10454. 7. Hannah- W»., b. 12 Feb. 1828. 

10455. 8. CYNTmA.J»., b. 7 Apr. 1831. 

10456. 9. EzBA', b. 22 Mar. 1884. 

10457. 10. JoB-WrasLOw% b. 5 Nov. 1885. 

10458. 11. J-JoHN-GnRNST\ b. 9 Sept. 1888. 

10459. JAMES*, [2037] {Nathm\ James\ J6(^, KeneW,) b. 7 Sept. 1746, Fal- 
mouth, now called Westbrook, Me.; d. there, Jan. 1829; m. there, 11 May or N<>- 

vember, 1768, Sarah Robinson, bom March, 1746, dau. of Timothy and Sarah ( )» 

and sister of Mary who married Job* Winslow, and of John who married Tabitha* 
Winslow. [See 10178.] She died 12 Feb. 1778, Falmouth. He married 2d^ in that 
town, 8 Mar. 1779, Elizabeth Austin, b. 20 Oct. 1760, Westbrook, dau. of Benjamin 
and Susanna ( ). Farmer. Settled in Falmouth, Me. 

Children: 

10460. 1. Ltdia, [10474] b. 24 Oct. 1769; d. 7 Mar. 1826; m. Amos Hawkes. 

10461. 2. Mabt, b. 16 Nov. 1776, Falmouth; married Nicholas Austin, of Canada, 

where they resided. -4- 

10462. 8. Thankful, [10493] b. 18 Oct. 1780; d. 80 May, 1824; m. Joseph Allen. 
10468. 4. Esther, b. 4 Feb. 1782; d. 19 Not. 1782, Westbrook. 

10464. 5. Isaiah, b. 21 June, 178e; d. 8 Oct. 1786, W. 

10465. 6. Levi, b. 80 June, 1785; d. 30 Sept. 1786, W. 

10466. 77 Isaiah, [10509] b. 28 Jan. 1787; d. 26 Feb. 1858; m. Phebe Pride, 

10467. ^. James, [10565] b. 81 Jan. 1789; m. Hannah Sylvester. 

10468. 9.^ JosiAH, [10595] b. 28 Mai. 1791 ; m. Lydia Robinson. 

10469. 10. Cyrus, [10622] b. 25 July, 1798; d. 19 Apr. 1847; m. Frances Poster. 

10470. 11. Sarah, [10669] b. 11 Sept. 1796; m. Benjamin Boody; m. 2d, EHsha 

Jones. 

10471. 12. Abram, [10673] b. 12 Sept. 1798; m. Mary Deering; m. 2d, Betaey 

Frost; m. 3d, Phebe Crossman. 
10478. 18. Noah, b. 10 Oct. 1800, Falmouth; d. abt. 1869, Bumham, Me., and was 
bui'ied in Unity, Me. He married Dorcas Jones, a native of Windham, 



Lydic^ ( Winslow) Hawhes wnd Descendants. 



871 



Me., datL of Lemuel aod Catherine (Allen) of W., and gr. dau. of Lem- 
uel Jones and Waite (Estes). 
10478. 14. Aba, b. 1 July, 1804; d. 25 Jnly, 1807, Falmouth. 



10474. LYDIA*, [10460] {Jamu\ NcOhan*, Jama?, /<**, iT^wfon',) bom 24 Oct 
1769, FalmoQth, Me., d. 7 Mar. 1826, at Windham, Me., and was buried there; m. 
21 Jan. 1789, Amos HAWSES, b. 19 Oct 1762, Marblehead, Mass., s. of Amos and 
Deborah (Flint). He died 23 Nov. 18—, Windham, and was buried there. Farmer. 

Windham^ Me. 

Children bom in Windham: 



10475. 
10470. 
10477. 



1047a 
10479. 
10480. 
10481. 
10482. 
10488. 
10484. 



10489. 
10486. 
10487. 
10488. 



10489. 
10490. 
10491. 
10492. 



1. Lbvi\ b. 1 Oct 1789; d. 2 Oct 1866. 

2. £LIJAH^ b. 24 Nov. 1791; was drowned at sea, 28 Mar. 182B. 

8. SABAH^ b. 24 Mar. 1794; d. 20 June, 1867, Windham; married, 10 June, 
1824, Elisha Jones, b. 19 June, 1798, Branswick, Me., a. of Edward 
and Mary (Tuttle) of Durham, Me. He married 2d, 27 Jan. 1869, Sa- 
rah' (Winslow) Boody [10669], born 11 Sept 1796, Falmouth, dau. of 
James* and Elizabeth (Austin) of F. 

Res. 1878, WUidkmn Centre^ Me. 

Children bom in Windham: 

1. Charles*, b. 20 June, 1825. 

a. Lydia-M»., b. 18 Mar. 1827; d. 27 Oct 1^32. 

8. Mary-H*., b. 22 Mar. 1829. 

4. Martha-H»., b. 2 Aug. 1831; d. 4 Nov. 1882. 

6. Amos-HV, b.'ll Dec. 1884; d. 28 Aug. 1861. 

6. Martha-B»., b. 29 Apr. 1887. 

4. WIIXIAM^ b. 8 July, 1796; d. 8 Sept 1855, Salem, O.; m. 8 Apr. 

1824, Martha Cobb, of Windham. Comb manufacturer at Portland; 
was afterward clerk in a dry-goods store in X.;^nn. 

Children: 

Joshua-O*. 
Ljdia-M*. 

5. Mabt', b. 2 Sept. 1798; d. 19 Dec. 1828, Windham. 

6. Phbbb% b. 30 Aug. 1801; d. 11 Nov. 1888, Windham; married, 27 Sept 

1827, David' AUen, of W., bom there, 12 d., 8 mo., 1795, son of Ebd- 
neser and Charity' (Pope) of W. For differing dates see No. 10845. 
Bee Chart of AUeyne Family, pp. 286-7. 



Child: 



WDliam-H*., b. 10 Ang. 1828. 

7. THAl^CFUL^ b. 7 June, 1808. 

8. SAlnJEL^ b. 7 July, 1807. 

9. Olivhb', b. 15 Jan. 1811 ; d. 17 Oct 1828, Windham. 



P.O. add. 1876, Oimioay, JT.it 
Res. 1878, Windham, Me, 



873 ThmlcfvP ( YfifMhyw) Alien. K 

10498. THANKFUL', [10462] (/am«», Nathm\ Jcme^, Jc^, Smelm\) b. 18 
Oct. 1780, Falmouth, Me. ; cL 80 May, 1824, Yassalboro, Kennebec Co., Me., and 
was buried there; married in Friends meeting-house, at F., 80 Sept 1801, Joseph 
ALLEN, b. 7 Jan. 1778, Windham, Me., son of Peletiah and Hannah (Hall) of Ma- 
tinicus Island, off Penobscot Bay, on the coast of Maine, and gr. son of Francis and 
Mary Allen, who came from England and settled in Eitteiy, Me. He died at Y., 8 
Apr. 1861, and was buried there. He was a farmer; settled in Yassalboro, where 
he spent the remainder of his life, with the exception of five years' residence in 
Windham. We extract the following from isui account of the Allen and Hall fami- 
lies, furnished by Joseph-Hair Allen and his sisters: 

** Peletiah Allen and Hannah Hall were married in Falmouth, Maine, 1766, in 
a public religious meeting of the Society of Friends, according to the custom of said 
society; and, in 1770, settled in Windham, then an unbroken forest from their log>- 
cabin to the Canada line. Maine was at that time called a province or district of 
Massachusetts, and was not admitted into the Union as a sovereign State until 1820. 
We, his children Phebe, Hannah, and Joseph, reside on the farm on which our father 
settled. We have heard him relate that, in traveling seven miles to Friends meet- 
ing on the banks of the Kennebec river, with spotted trees to guide him, there bein^^ 
no roads, he was under the necessity of taking down seventeen pairs of bars, to ac- 
complish his object. [See Chart of the Alleyne Family, t)p. 286-7.] 

Three brothers by the name of Hall came to this country from England. One 
of them was drowned, as we have heard, another returned to England, and the third, 
Ebenezer, father of Hannah (Hall) Allen, our grandmother, soon after settled on 
Matinicus Island, off Penobscot Bay, coast of Maine, which he purchased. By his 
first wife Hannah, he had three children, viz. : Ebenezer, Susannah, and Hannah, 
the mother dying when the last-mentioned was only one day old. He married 2d, 
a lady by the name of Green, by whom he had three more children, viz. : Peter, 
Phebe, and Tabitha. While these three children were quite young the Indians were 
at war with the whites. Ebenezer Hall and his family were the only inhabitants of 
the island. A party of savages surrounded and attacked the house which was built 
with logs and constructed with reference to their probable assaults. It was success- 
fully defended by the inmates for three days and nights, when, all being still for 
some hours, Mr. Hall, supposing the Indians had retired, raised the scuttie- window 
and ventured to look cautiously forth. The enemy being in ambush immediately 
fired, and he fell back into the house, the frightened children crying out 'Father is 
dead.' Finding the principal defender was now out of the way, they battered down 
the door, took the mother and her three children prisoners, plundered the house of 
such things as they cared for, set fire to it, and drove their captives before them to 
Canada. These three children were soon separated from their mother, and have 
never since been heard from. The mother was afterward exchanged, and made her 
way on foot to €k>rham, Maine, where she became the wife of Chitman COBB. The 
three older children, by the first wife, were all from home at the time of the attack, 
and thus escaped the fate of the rest of the family. Ebenezer owned a schooner and 
was out coasting; Susannah and Hannah were at school in Portland. The last-men- 
tioned married Peletiah Allen, as before stated. Susannah married William Proctor, 
and lived in Windham, Me. Ebenezer settled on Matinicus Island, and married 



Descendants of ThankfuP ( Window ) AUen. 



873 



10495. 
10496 



3. 



Susannah Tonng. They had fifteen children, all of whom married and had families. 
He died at the age of eighty years, leaving of living descendants, fifteen children^ 
one-hondred-and-fiye grandchildren, and forty-five great grandchildren.'* 

Children born in Yassalboro, excepting the last two who were born in Wind- 
ham: 

10494. 1. Phbbs% b. 17 Nov. 1802; was unmarried in 1878. 

Res. South Vcusalboro^ Me. 
Ltdia», b 10 May, 1804; d. 16 Jan. 1825, V. 

Jaues\ b. 80 Mar. 1806; married in V., 20 Oct. 1838, Mary Gordon, b. 
18 Apr. 1810, Windsor, Kennebec Co., Me., where her parents resided. 
Bhe died 1 June, 1872, Orneville, Piscataquis Co., Me. Parmer. 

Res. 1873, OmevilUy Me, 
Children: 

10497. 1 Charles-Winslow*, b. 29 Aug. 1885, Y. ; in 1878, was unmarried. 

10498. 8. Clara-Ridley', b. 13 Feb. 1838, V.; m. Bumham, Waldo Co., Me.» 

26 Apr. 1858, Hannibal-Daniel Dodge, b. 28 Aug. 1831, at K, s. 
of Elisha and Mary (Einiball), of B. He died 81 Jan. 1869, Fill- 
more, Mo., having removed, in 1868, from Bumham to that place. 

She res. 1878, OmeoUU, Me, 
Children born in Bumham: 

10499. 1. Marshall-nannibaJ*, b. 1 June, 1859; d. 20 Jan. 1869, Fillmore. 

10500. 2. £mma'ArleUa\ b. 2 Aug. 1860. 

10501. 8. Madora-Clara; b. 6 Jan. 1862. 

10502. 4. Achsah-Elieabeth; h. 2 Nov. 1863. 

10503. 5. Charlee-WifuUnt^ b. 10 Oct. 1865. 

10504. 6. Mary-Alined, b. 2 Dec. 1867, 

10505. 8. James-Oliver*, b. 25 Oct. 1850, Augusta; in 1873, was unmarried. 
10606. 4. Hakmah^ b. 1 Mar. 1808; in 1873, wa j unmarried. 

Res. South Vaeealboro, Me. 

10507. 5. A8A-WiW8LOW% b. 5 Apr. 1813; d. 29 June, 1824, Bloomfield, and was 

buried in Yassalboro. 

10508. 6. Josepu-Hall^ b. 16 Jan. 1815. Famicr and manufacturer. In 1873, 

he was unmarried and living on the homestead at South Yassalboro, Me. 

10509. ISAIAH*, [10466] (James\ Mthan\ Jame$\ Job*, Kenelm\) born 28 Jan. 
1787, Westbrook, formerly Falmouth, Me., d. 20 Feb. 1858, Casco, Me.; m. in F., 
24 Jan. 1811. Phebe Pride, bom in that town, 6 Oct. 1788, dau. of Isaac, of F., and 
lliriam (Ray). She died 29 June, 1870. Farmer. 

Children: 
10510. 1. Eijza'beth-Anh% b. 21 Jan. 1812; d. 7 Aug. 1860; married, 27 Jane, 
1888, Robert Spiller. 

Children: 
10611. 1. Jonas-Davis*, b. 21 Apr. 1884; d. 12 Oct 185S. 

10512. 2. Isaiah-Winslow*, b. 5 June, 1886. 



10528. 
10524. 
10526. 


1. 
2. 
8. 


10526. 


4. 



874 Descendants of halah^ Window. K 

10513. 3. Francis-JV, b. 25 July, 1838. 

10514. 4. William-Henry*, b. 23 Oct. 1840; d. 81 Dec. 1840, 

10515. 5. Phebe-Jane', b. 29 Jan. 1842. 

10516. 6. Emma*, b. 11 June, 1844. 

10517. 7. Alpheus', b. 24 Sept. 1846. 

10518. 8. Eliza-Ann-Winslow*, b. 24 Jan. 1849. 

10519. 9. Cyrus- Winslow*, b. 6 Mar. 1852. 

10520. 10. Philinda*, b. 14 May, 1854. 

10521. 2. Franci8% b. 4 Not. 1814. 

P.O. add. 1872, Shxodon, Outagamis (h.y WU. 

10522. 8. Gkorge-Randall\ b. 25 Dec. 1816; married Sybil- Ann Dyer, b. 24 

May, 1828, Sebago, Me., dau. of Daniel, b. 16 Nov. 1780, Limington, 
Me., d. 5 May, 1888, at S., and Martha (Johnson), b. 17 Not. 1781, at 
L., d. 28 Sept. 1852, at S. 

Res. 1878, Catco, WM'» MilU, Cumberland Co., Me. 
Children: 

Vurnan-Eastman", b. 12 Oct 1848; d. 28 Sept. 1868. 
Dennis-Erastus*, b. 8 Sept. 1845 ; d. 26 Mar. 1861. 
Edgar-Bloomfield", b. 19 Jan. 1849. 

Lunetta*, b. 18 May, 1851 ; married, 27 Not. 1867, LeTi-Greenleaf 
Small, b. 16 Feb. 1845, Oasco, Me., a. of LeTi and Jane (Lorett), 
born in Windham. 

Children: 

10527. 1. Frederic-Brasttu*, b. 31 Aug. 1869. 

10528. 2. MelMn\ b. 24 Oct. 1870. 

10529. 8. WUUam*, b. 4 May, 1872. 

10580. 5. Anson- Jordan', b. 28 June, 1855. 

10581. 6. Harriet", b. 1 Aug. 1858. 

10582. 7. Anthony-True*, b. 29 June, 1860. 

10588. 8. Randall*, b. 8 Sept 1862; d. 8 July, 1868. 

10584. 9. George-Nelson*, b. 4 May, 1866. 

10586. 10. Anna*, b. 16 Feb. 1869; d. 22 Jan. 1871. 

10586. 4. E8THEB% b. 24 Feb. 1818; d. 20 Mar. 1818. 

10587. 3. Mabt-Jai7E^ b. 10 Dec. 1820; married in Casco, Me., 35 Apr. 1848, 

Lemuel Dyer, b. 12 Mar. 1817, Limington, Me., s. of Daniel and Mar. 
tha (Johnson), and brother of Sybil-Ann Dyer, wife of George-Randall* 
Winslow [10522]. 

Children: 

10588. 1. Dennifl-Adelbert^, b. 28 Dec. 1844; d. 6 Sept 1845. 

10589. 2. ElizapAnn*, b. 6 Apr. 1846; m. Limington, Me., 7 Sept 1867, James 

Taylor. 

10540. 8. Pamela-A*., b. 22 Sept 1847; m. Denmark, He., 4 Nor. 1862, 

Stephen-H. Perry. 

10541. 4. Dennis-Adelbert*, b. 22 July, 1849. 



Deaoendanis of Isaiah* Winslow. 



875 



1054S. 5. LiDda-H*., b. 9 Aug. 1851 ; m. Bridgeton, Me., 26 Feb. 1869, DaTid 

Steams. 
10548. 6. George-Q*., b. 10 Nov. 1858, 

10544. 7. Mattie-J*., b. 9 June, 1856. 

10545. 8. Jonaa-W*., b. 16 Dec. 1858. 

1^)546. 6. SoN\ b. 15 Jan. 1828; died the same day. 

10547. 7. Jo8iAH\ b. 15 Mar. 1824; m. 18 Jan. 1862. Eunice (Strout) Robinaon, 

dau. of George and Eunice ( ), She died 6 Dec. 1863. He m. 2d, 

18 Feb. 1866, Sarah-E. Small, dau. of Simeon and Almira ( ). She 

died 9 Sept 1867. He married 8d, "24 Sept. 1868, Lucy-£. (Spiller) 
Foster, dau. of John and Mary ( ). 

Ree. 1870, WOb't MUU, Gcuoa, Ms. 
Children : 

10548. 1. CIara-F»., b. 16 Oct 1862. 

10549. 2. Son*, b. 6 Sept 1867; d. 24 Nov. 1867. 
10660. 8. Edith-A»., b. 15 Dec. 1870. 

10551. 4. Alfred", b. 26 Sept 1872. 

10552. a IsAIAH-PBIDB^ b. 23 Jan. 1825, Casco, Me. ; m. Limerick, York Co., Me., 

19 Feb. 1856. Hannah-S. Leavitt, b. 7 May, 1830, Ossipee, Carroll Co., 
N.H., dau. of James-G. and Lydia (Sherman) of Parsonsfield, Me., 
afterward of Padonia, Kansas. Justice of the peace, county commis- 
sioner, postmaster, and farmer. Res. Limerick, Limington, Casco, 
Windham, and Portland, Me. P.O. add. 1878, Padonia^ Kamoi. 

Children born in Padonia, except the eldest: 

10658. 1. James-L*., b. 18 Dec. 1856, Limerick. 

10554. 2. MaryE*., b. 6 Jan. 1859. 

10655. 8. Julia-A».. b. 4 Nov. 1860. 

10556. 4. Carrie-Er, b. 11 Apr. 1863. 

10557. 5. George*, b. 5 June, 1866. 

10558. 9. Harriet% b. 27 Apr. 1827; d. 5 Oct 1828. 

10559. 10. Miriam-Pridb% b. 24 Aug. 1829. 

10560. 11. NoAH% b. 22 Apr. 1832; married, 25 Dec. 1864, Caroline Plummer, h. 

21 May, 1843, dau. of Jeaae. Rm. 1870, WMi MUU, Coica, M0. 

Children : 

10561. 1. Samuel', b. 28 Dec. 1865. 

10562. 2. Clarence*, b. 16 Jan. 1868. 

10563. 8. Minnie- J*., b. 21 Feb. 1869. 

10564. 4. Yuman-Eastman*, b. 80 Nov. 1870. 



10565. JAMES', [10467] (Jame^, 2fathan\ Ja$nm^, M^, Kendm\) b. 81 Jan. 
1789, Falmouth, now Westbrook, Me. ; was married at Friends meeting-house, Fal- 
mouth, 28 d., 2 mo., 1816, to Hannah Sylvester, of Raymond, b. 12 d., 5 mo., 1789, 
Duxbury, Mass., where her parents resided, and afterward in Raymond. She died 



87ft Desceiidaats of James^ Winslow. K 

25 d., 1 mo., 1802, and was buried in the F ..nds burying-ground, Windham, Me. 
He was a member of the Society of Friends ; removed to Windham, 9 d., 4 mo., 
1822. Farmer. Res. 1870, Windhavt, Cumberland Co., Me, 

Ohildren bom in Windham, excepting the eldest two who were bom in West- 
brook: 
10506. 1. £LiZABBTk-BRADFORD% b. 4 d., 2 mo., 1817; was married by Rev. Wm. 
Warren, at Windham Corner, 4 Oct. 1846, to Daniel Hawkes, of Port- 
land, Me., b. 28 Apr. 1805, Windham, s. of James and Rebecca (Rob- 
inson) of W. He was a farmer and currier while living in Maine. In 
1858, he removed from Portland to Kansas on account of his health ; 
d. 31 July, 1863, at Carson, Brown County, in that State, and was 
buried there. 
Children bom at No. 99 Green St., Portland, except the youngest: 

10567. 1. Daniel-Oliver', b. 12 Aug. 1847; died of diphtheria, 19 Aug. 1860, in 

Kansas, and was buried there. 

10568. 2. Emily- A nn', b. 18 Sept. 1848; was for several years a teacher. She 

was married by Rev. Mr. Gates, in Carson, Kansas. 2 Oct. 1869, to 
George-Rouudy-Thomas Roberts, b. 16 Apr. 1847, Ludlow, Vt., 
t. of James and Maria (Coy) of L. Farmer. 

Res. 1870, HcmUn, Kan$a9. 
Child: 

10569. Maria-Elizaheth*, b. 14 Oct 1870, Hamlin. 

10570. 8. Franklin-Solomon', b. 15 Jan. 1850. Farmer. 

10571. 4. Ella-Maria*, b. 29 Aug. 1851 ; has been engaged in teaching. 
10578. 5. Sarah-Elizabe*h% b. 4 June, 1853; died of ch'^lera infantum, 20 Aug. 

1858, Portland, Me., and was buried there. 
10678. 6. Charies- William*, b. 7 June, 1854. 

10574. 7. Alice-Jane*, b. 23 July, 1855. 

10575. 8. George- Henry*, b. 27 July, 1858, Carson, Kansas. 

10576. 2. Luct-Anh*, b.' 80 d., 11 mo., 1818; d. 23 d., 2 mo., 1820, W-stbrook. 
10677. 3. Mary-Chatman% b. 22 d., 9 mo., 1820; m. Windham, Me., 29 Oct 

1847, Noah Hanson, of W., b. there, 14 Dec. 1814, s. of Joseph and 
Lydia (Hanson) of W. He was County Superintendent of Public 
Instruction and township trustee six years; county commissioner two 
years; postmaster twelve years; teacher eighteen years; and farmer; 
was also a merchant in Portland, Me., eleven years, removing, October, 
1857, from that place to Carson, Kansas, where he was residing in 1870. 

Children bom in Portland, except the youngest: 

10578. L MarthapEUen*, b. 28 Aug. 1848; m. Carson, 15 May, 1870, Marshall- 

Jacob Welcome, s. of Stephen-D. and Clarinda ( ). 

10579. 2. Howard-Byron*, b. 12 Apr. 1851. 

10580. 8. Irving-Milton*, b. 4 Oct 1858. 

10581. 4. Walter-Herbert*, b. 15 Mar. 1857. 

10582. ). Oscar-Alonzo*, b. 12 Oct. 1861, Carson. 



Joaiah^ Winalow and DesoendanU. 



877 



10588. 
10584. 



10585. 
10586. 
10587. 
10588. 
10589. 



10500. 

10591, 
10592. 



10593. 
10594. 



4. R^FUS^ b. 13 d., 7 mo., 1822; d. 1 d., 6 mo., 1845, Windham. 

6. Frawcm*, b. 10 d., 9 mo., 1824; m. by Rev. A. Lincoln, Gray, Mo., 2 

Oct 1853, to Algeline Legrow, of Windham, bom there, 15 Oct. 1829. 

Teacher. P.O. add. 1870, Prug^ue I$U^ Arooitook Oo.^ Ms. 

Children: 

1. Marietta', b. 14 Jan. 1855, Windham. 

2. Florabel', b. 24 May, 1856, ** 

8. Frank-E»., b. 22 Dec 1858, Westbrook. 

4. Willie-H»., b. 17 Nov. 1860, Mapleton, Aroostook Co., Me. 

6. SARAH-SfLVBSTER^ b. 22d., 8 mo., 1826; m. Windham, 27 Oct. 1869, Jo- 

seph-Clement Chute, of W., son of Josiah and Catlierine (Clement). 
Farmer. Res. 1870, Windhamy Me. 

Children bom in Windham: 

1. George-Clement*, b. 8 Oct. 1860; was drowned 6 July, 1868; and 

was bnried in Windham. 

2. Edward-Winslow', b. 2 Feb. 1862. 

7. Oliver^ b. 28 d., 11 mo., 182^; m. Windham, 15 Nov. 1868, Margaret- 

Jane Rboades, b. 15 Nov. 1844, in Nova Scotia, dau. of James and Ab- 
bie (Patten) of N.S. Fai-mer. Res. 1870, Windham, Me. 

Child: 

George-Edward*, b. d Jan. 1866. 

8. Louis A-ELLSM^ b. 21 d., 1 mo., 1888. 



10595. JOSIAH*, [10468] (James\ Nathan\ Jamet^, JbJ*, Kenelm\) b. 28 Mar. 
1791, Falmouth, now Westbrook, Me. ; m. Windham, Me., 8 Feb. 1816, Lydia Rob- 
inson; of Windham, bom there, 5 June, 1793, dau. of Stephei* and Content (Alley) 
of Berwick and South Windham, Me. She died 29 Apr. 1871, at Westbrook, and 
was buried there. Farmer. [For Robinson family, see foot-note to 10178.] 

Res. 1870, Baccarappa, Me., and, 1872, Wentbrooh, Me. 

Children bom in Westbrook : 

10596. 1. Esther', b. 22 Nov. 1816; d. 7 Feb. 1817, W. 

10597* 2. Content', b. 26 Dec. 1817; married at Westbrok, 28 Aug. 1839, 
Charles' Hamblin [11237], b. 26 Sept. 1817, Windham, s. of Allen and 
Lydia* (Winslow) of W. He died 12 Jan. 1845, Windham. He was a 
mason. She married 2d, Portland, Me., 26 June, 1856, James' Pope 
[11090], b. 17 May, 1808, Vassalboro, Me., s. of Ebenezer* and Sarah 
(Chase) of V. Farmer. Removed from Westbrook to Vassalboro. 

Res. 1872, Ea$t VcMolboro, Me. 
Ciiildren: 

10598. 1. Lydia*, b. 8 Sept. 1840, Westbrook; died there, 8 Oct. 1843. 

10599. 2. Harriet*, b. 29 Nov. 18^2, ** ; d. 14 Aug. 1866, East Vassal- 

boro, Me.; married at V., 29 June, 1865, Charles-H. Jones. 



873 Descendants of Joaiah* Winslow. K 

10600. 8. Edward-Winslow*, b. 11 Sept. 1858, Vasaalboro. 

10601. 8. Mary\ b. 9 May, 1819; d. 9 Feb. 1820, Westbrook. 

10602. 4. Charle8\ b. 20 Nov. 1821; d. 20 July, 1822, Westbrook. 

10608. 5. Stephen-Robihbon', b. 21 May, 1823; m. Windham, Me., 2 Dec. 1853, 
Hannah Hacker, b. 16 Sept. 1823, Vassalboro, dau. of Jeremiah and 
Sarah (Read) of W. and Y. Boot and shoe maker. 

Res. 1872, Saeoarappe^ Me. 

Children bom in Westbrook: 

10604. 1. Sarah-Maria*, b. 8 Jan. 1854; d. 3 Mar. 1854, Westbrook. 

10605. 2. Ella-Frances', b. 16 Aug. 1856; d. 23 Aug. 1^857, W. 

10606. 8. Alfred-Boody*, b. 24 Oct. 1858. 

10607. 4. Ellen-Augusta«, b. 17 Aug. 1860. 

10608. 6. Edwari>-B\, b. 80 Oct. 1824; m. by Rev. H-B. Abbott, Portland, Mc, 

24 Dec. 1861, to Juliett Hamblen, b. 1 July, 1827, P., dau. of William 
and Busan-Lowe (Bartlett) of Gorham, Cumberland Co., Me. He was 
a shoemaker ten years; afterward a farmer and stock-raiser. Res. 
Portland, Poland, and Westbrook, Me. ; in 18G8, removed to Padonia, 
Brown Co., Kansas, where he was living in 1873. 

Child: 

10609. Marlon-Hamblcn«, b. 15 Feb. 1864, Westbrook. 

10610. 7. JANK-BooDY^ b. 9 May, 1826; d. 17 Oct. 1832, Westbrook. 

10011. 8. Cynthia', b. 9 May, 1829; d. 11 Aug. 1857, Parsonsfield, Me.; m. 
Westbrook, 28 Oct. 1851, John-Brackett Cartland, b. 31 Aug. 1824, 
P., 8. of Silas and Ann (Brackett) of P. Res. Ftarmm^flcld, Me. 

Children bom in Parsonsfield : 

10612. 1. Martha-Elma», b. 29 May, 1853. 

10613. 2. Cynthia- Winslow*, b. 10 Aug. 1857. 

10614. 9. CTRU8^ b. 20 July, 1832; died in infancy, at Westbrook. 

10616. 10. Ltdia-Maria', b. 15 Aug. 1834; married in W., 2 Mar. 1859, Isaiah- 
l^oah Hacker, b. 15 Mar. 1820, Vassalboro, Me., a. of Jeremiah and 
Sarah (Read) of V. Farmer. Res. 1872, WeiOrooi, Ms, 

Children bom in Westbrook: 

10616. 1. Albert-J*., b. 25 Aug. 1860. 

10617. 2. Emma-Lydia', b. 3 Dec. 1862. 

10618. 3. Charles*, b. 24 June, 1864; d. 23 Aug. 1864. 

10619. 4. Hattie-Hamblen*, b. 27 Nov. 1865. 

10620. 5. WiUie-Isaiah*, b. 1 Nov. 1870. 

10621. 6. Sarah-Maria", b. 27 April, 1872. 

10622. CYRUS*, [10469] (Jamei\ Nathan\ JametF, Job*, Kenelfn\) b. 25 July, 
1793, Westbrook, Me.; d. 19 April, 1847, Casco, Me., and was buried there. His 
will was recorded in Portland, Me. He was married in Freeport, Me., by Rev. Mr. 
Mason, 18 Dec. 1815, to Frances Foster, bt 6 Mar. 1798, P., dau. of Benjamin and 



Welch^ SmiUi, Tucker. 



879 



Rebecca (Curtis) of P. Farmer, and, in winter, a teacher of common schools. Res. 
Wcstbrook, Preeport, Vassalboro, Raymond, and Casco, formerly a part of Raymond. 
He was a worthy member of the Society of Priends in Casco ; was loved and re- 
spected in life, and in death lamented. In 1874, his widow was living in Casoo 
with her son Matthew-Franklin'. • 
Children: 

10623. 1. Rbbecca-Fostbr', b. 26 Sept. 1816, Frecport; d. 28 June, 1855, Casco, 

and was burilsd there; married in C, 14 Jan. 1885, Robert-B. Welch, 

b. 18 Apr. 1811, s. of James and Polly ( ) of Raymond, Me. He 

died 3 Jday, 1842, Lexington, Me., and was buried there. She married 
2d, Seba Smith. Res. Raymond, Lexington, and Catco^ Me, 

Children, of whom the first three were born in Raymond and the others in 
Lexington, Me. : 

10624. 1. Cyrus- Winslow*, b. 10 Dec. 1835; left home just before the war of 

the rebellion, and has not since been heard from. 

10625. 2. Alvin*, b. 15 Aug. 1837; m. by Rev. A-W. Pottle, Westbrook, 12 

Mar. 1868, to Mary Bailey, b. 12 May, 1838, Saccarappa, Cumber- 
land Co., Me., dau. of Isaac- W. and Bethiah ( ) of S. He 

served in the late war, enlisting as private in the 1st and 10th 
Maine Vol. Regiments. Res. Westbrook and Portland, Me., and 
four years in Mason City, Cerro Gordo Co., Iowa, where he en- 
gaged in farming. His health failing, he returned to the State of 
Maine. In 1874 he was steward of the steam-ship Dirigo. 

P.O. add. Saccarappa, Me. 
Child: 

10626. . Frank-Woodtwrf, b. 27 "Nov. 1868, Mason City. 

10627. 8. Freeman*, b. 22 June, 1839; d. 11 May, 1850, Poland, Me. 

10628. 4. Robert-B*., b. 26 Apr. 1842; served in the war, and died while on 

the march, about 17 Apr. 1863, New Orleans, La. 

10629. 5. Charles-BV, d. 29 Jan. 1843, Lexington, Me. 

10630. 2. Jamks-Allen', b. 8 Aug. 1818, Vassalboro, Me. ; m. by John Sawyer, 

Esq., Raymond, Me., 9 Jan. 1842, to Eliza-Jane Gerry, b. 15 Nov. 
1818, at R., dau of Jacob and Dorothy (March) of Poland, Me. Stove 
and hardware dealer. Res. Lexington, Poland, and, 1874, Bath^ Me, 

Children : 

10631. 1. Ellen-Frances*, b. 23 Dec. 1845, Poland; m.' by Rev. Nahum 

Brooks, of Manchester, N.H., 5 Oct. 1869, to Henry-Sewall 
Tucker, of Bath, born there in 1847, s. of George- Washington 
and Mary-Ann (Reed) of Both. Clothing store, 1876, 765 Washing- 
ton Street. Res. 34 Appleton Street, Boeten, Mass, 

Chikl: 

10682. Harry 'Windaul', b. 1 Feb., 1871, Boston. 

10683. 2. Albert-Gerry*, b. 9 Sept. 1850, Poland, Me. ; was married at Bath, 

by Rev. Mr. Heath, of Brunswick, 25 Aug. 1873, to Rachel-Hyde 



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Pescendants qf Oyrwf Window. 



K 



McDonald, of Birth, born there, 15 May, 1850, daii. of Jacob and 
Rachel (Hyde) of Bath. Store and hardware dealer. 

Res. 1876, BaJth, Me. 
10684 a Adelaide-Dora% {twin of AWert-Qerr^,) b. 9 Sept. ia50, Poland; m. 

in Bath, by Rey. JO. Flske, of that place, 25 Dec. 1872, to Wal- 
ter-Forrest Karston, of B., bom in 1849, DanriUe, Me., s. of 
William-Frost and Barah-DewiU (CarriUe) of B. Teacher. 

Res. 1874, Somerrille, Mass., and, 1876, BriOol, R,L, 

Children: 

10635. 1. CharUB-WinMaw*, b. 28 Sept. 1878, Bath. • 

10636. 2. Frederic-Sftearman*, b. 7 July. 1876, Somenrille, Mass. 

10637. 4. Charlie-Freeman*, b. 12 Nor. 1856, Bath; died there, 8 Mar. 1864. 

10638. 6. Emma-Jane*, b. 26 May, 1858, B. 

10639. 8. WATTHEW-FRAKKi,ni% b. 4 May, 1821, Raymond, Me. ; was married in 

Caaco, by Rer. James Ldbby, 27 Dec. 1846, to Deborah-Roberte Small, 
b. 14 Feb. 1819, Gray, Cumberland Co., Me., dan. of Robert and Ann 
(Lawrence) of G. She died 8 Sept. 1859, Otisfield, Cnmberland Co., 
Me., and was buried in Casco. He married 2d, . He was a mem- 
ber of the Legislature in 1863. Farmer. 

Res. Westbrook, Otisfield, Harrison, and WMU MUU^ Catoo, Me. 

Children: 
10040. 1. Cyrus-Roscoc*, b. 80 Sept 1847, Casco; enlisted in the Union army 

at the age of fifteen, and served till the close of the war. 

Res. 1874, Lancaster, N.H. 
10641. 2. Helen-May*, b. 21 Dec, 1858, Casco. 

10042. 8. Charles-Franklin*, b. 19 Aug. 1859, Otisfield, Me. 

10643. 4. WiLLiAM-Fo8TKR% b. 28 Dec. 1822, Casco; m. Portland, Me., 14 June, 

1847, Lois-M. Noble, b. 3 May, 1823, Casco, dau. of John and Eliza- 
beth (White) of C. She died 10 Aug. 1859, Cumberiand, Me., and 
was buried in Casco. He married 2d, Freeport, Me., 16 Sept 1861, 
Lizzie-D. Grant, b. 7 May, 1840, PoArnal, Me., dau. of Reuben and 
Dorothy (Gross) of Freeport. 

R^ 1874, Tarmouth, Cumberland Co., M$. 

Children: * 

10644. 1. Frederic-A*., b. 6 Ang. 1849, Westbrook, Me. 

10645. 2. Rosetta-L*., b. 15 Aug. 1851, Raymond, Me. 

10646. 8. Sarah-L*., b. 8 July, 1853, Yarmouth, Me. 
IO647! 4. Newell-F*., b. 21 May, 1855, 

10648. 6. William-L*., b. 18 June, 1859, Cumberiand, Me. 

By 2d marriage: 

10649. 6. Charles-G*., b. 6 April, 1863, ** 

10650. 7. Herberts*., b. 9 Apr. 1868, Yarmouth, Me. ; d. there, 81 Mey, 1869. 

10651. 8. Albert-P*., b. 2 June, 1870, ** 

10652. 9. Franklin-S*., b. 14 May, 1878, •* 



K Duran, IlaU, Todd, Welh, Cool:. 881 

10653. 5. OLnrK-CoFFIN^ b. 28 Nov. 1825, Casco; m. by Rev. B-D. Peck, Port- 
land, Me., 1 Oct. 1852, to Nathaniel Duran, b. 10 Dec. 1816, Durliam, 
Me,, 8. of Nathaniel and Mary (Young) of D. Miller. 8.p. 

Res. 1874, W^'t MUU, Cateo, Me, 

10651 6. Johs-Babtol', b. 14 Sept. 1827, Casco; was married there, by Rev. D- 

Y. Stevens, 9 Nov. 1856, to Mnria-H. Sawyer, b. 11 Sept. 1836, Stand- 

ish. Me., dau. of Lemuel and Esther-G. (Purington) of 8. He has 

been a merchant; in 1874 was a lumberman and cattle-broker. 

Res. Casco, and, 1874, Windham^ Me, 

Cbihiren born in Casco: 
10655. 1. Fanuy-R*., b. 17 Mar. 1858; d. 16 Apr. 1862, Casco, and was bur- 

ied there. 
10C56. 2. Sarah-M'., b. 20 Aug. 1859. 

10657. 7. Ltdia-Robihson^ b. 7 Apr. 1880; married Hall; and probably 2d, 

Todd. Rea 1876, Bra4f<n^d Street^ Portland, Me. 

Children by Ist marriage: 

10658. AJice-A*. 

10659. John-P». 

[These two children were brought up by their aunt Sarah-Jane* 
(Winslow) Cook, 10668.] 

10660. 8. DoROA8-JoiiEB% b. 14 June, 1832, Casco; married there, 24 Nov. 1851, 

Richard-Maybury Webb, proprietor of Webb's Mills, b. 31 Jan. 1818, 
Casco, s. of William-Eider and Mehetabie (Maybury) of Webb's Mills. 
He died in that place, 11 Dec. 1866. He had been a merchant and 
carriage manufacturer. She res. 1874, WebbU MUU, Ccuoo, Me, 

Children born at Webb's Mills: 

William-Herbert^, b. 18 Aug. 1852; died in 1878. The year pre- 
vious he was a clerk in Bath Hotel, Bath, Me. 
Charles-Merritt*, b. 29 Oct. 1854; in 1872, was clerk in a dry-gooda 

store, Boston, Mass. 
Jennie-Lind% b. 4 Dec. 1856; died in 1873. 
Florence-Percy*, b. 11 Mar. 1859; d. 6 Mar. 1870. 
Mamie', b. 16 Aug. 1861. 

Abraham-Lincoln', b. 27 Dec. 1864; d. 28 Feb. 1871. 
7. Fannie-Gertrude', b. 22 June, 1866. 
9. Sarad-Jane^ b. 81 Oct. 1834, Casco; was married there, by Daniel-M. 
Cook, Esq., 1 Nov. 1854, to Benjamin-Francis Cook, b. 24 July, 1832, 
C, s. of Richard, Esq., and Mary (Maybury) of C. He has served as 
constable, collector, and street commissioner. Farmer. 

lilrs. Cook mentions the following incident regarding her child- 
hood: *' When I was a child of four years, a teacher once told me to 
tell my mother not to spend her time in curling my hair, but to use 
that time in prayer to God. It is said I answered indignantly, stamp- 
ing my little foot at her, ^God curled my hair, mother never did.' 

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888 Descendants of James^ Winslow. K 

My Bistere hastened home and informed my parents that I swore at the 
teacher, and they thought I deserved chastisement. My fatlier took 
me on his knee, saying, * Ton have given your teacher a wiser and 
truer answer than one older could have done. I hope it is a leeson 
that will benefit her, teacliing her not to meddle with Gkni's works.' 
That teacher never troubled me again concerning my duty to God or 
my parents. She had her answer in full." 

We are informed that a picture of Gk)v. Edward' Winslow, which 
hangs in Memorial IJall, Boston, bears a striking resemblance to ^Irs. 
Cook. She has no children, but has brought up Alice-A*. and John- 
P*. Hall, children of her sister Lydia-Hobinson* [10657]. 

Res. Casco, and, 1874, Attbutm, Me. 

1066D. 8ARAH', [10470] (Jams^, Nathan* Jame^, M", £enelm\) b. 11 Sept 
1796, Falmouth, now Westbrook, Me.: m. 15 Apr. 1830, Benjamin BOOOY, of W., 
f. of Robert and Margery (Hill). After his death she married 2d, as 2d wife, 27 
Jan. 1859, Elislia JONES, of Windham, b. 19 June, 1798, Brunswick, Me., a. of 
Edward and Mary (Tuttle) of Durham, Me. He married Ist, 10 June, 1824, Sarah' 
Hawkes [10477], b. 24 Mar, 1794, Windham, dau. of Amos and Lydia* (Winslow). 

Res. 1878, Windham Centre, Me. 

Children: 

10670. 1. Fbanklhi, b. 8 Feb. 1881; d. 11 July, 1840. 

10671. 2. Alfrkd-A., b. 8 Sept. 1838; d. 29 Aug. 1851 

10672. 8. Lizzie- W., b. 11 Feb. 1885; m. David-H. Walker, of Casco, Me. 

10678. ABRAM*, [10471] (James*, Nathan\ Jamee^ Jo&*, Kenelm\) b. 12 Sept 
1798, Falmouth, Me. ; m. Scarboro, Me., 7 Sept. 1825, Mary Deering, of S., born 
there, 7 Jan. 1808, d. 27 Sept. 1828, Windham, Me. She was dau. of Jeremiah and 
Mary (Sawyer) of S. He married 2d, Limington, Me., 10 June, 1830, Betsey Frost, 
of L., bom there, 2 Oct 1810, and died tiiere, 11 May, 1885. She was dau. of 
Wingate and Anne (Mitchell). He married 8d, in Durham, 29 Sept 1886. Pbebe 
Crosman, of D., born there, 4 Mar. 1798, dau. of Solomon ahd Mehetable (Goddard) 
of D. Res. 1878, Windham, Me, 

Children: 

10674. 1. Mabt-Ann', b. 8 Mar. 1827, Limington, Me. ; m. there, 1 Mar. 1860, 

Isaac^ Jones [10703], b. 5d., 8mo., 1827, Brunswick, Me., s. of Thomas 
and Hannah* (Winslow) of B. He died in B., 27d., 12mo., 1864. 
She married 2d, in Stand ish. Me., 19 June, 1869, Oliver-Pope* Allen, 
[10805] b. 13 Jan. 1884, Windham, Me., s. of Nathan^ and Mary (Estes) 
of W. Tanner and currier. Res. 1876, Idminfftan, Me. 

Children: 

10675. 1. AUoe-Maria*, b. 10 May, 1861, Brunswick, Mo. 

10676. 2. Emily-Mary*, b. 17 Jan. 1865, '* 

10677. 8. Freddie*, b. 16 Aug. 1871, Limington; d. 23 Oct 1871. 



^ Wenkoorihy JoneSy NoriUey^ Sorion. 883 

1007a 2. Mabia-Bet8By\ b. 3 Jan. 1842, L. ; married there, 14 Jan. 1868, Jo- 
seph-Hill Wentworth, b. 31 July, 1844, Brixton, s. of Eben and Pris- 
cilla (Hill) of Cape Elizabeth. In 1876, he was cashier at the Western 
Union Telegraph oflBce, Portland, Me. 8.p. 

10679. JOHN*, [2038] {Nat1uin\ Jamea*, Job\ Kenelm\) b. 2d., 8mo., 1751, 
Falmouth, Me.; d. 6d., 7mo., 1829, Westbrook. He married at Friends meeting, 
Salem, Mass., 22d., 6mo., 1780, Lydia Hacker, of S., born there, 6 Aug. 1756, dau. 
of Jeremiah and Lydia (Smith) of a She died lid., 4mo., 1839, Portland, Me. 
They resided in that part of Falmouth which is now Westbrook, occupying the pa- 
ternal mansion. He was a minister of the Society of Friends; also a mechanic 
For an extended description of his character see Annual ObituarUi^ 1858. 

Children bom in Falmouth : 

10680. 1. Jbrbmiah, [10691jb. 20d., 9mo., 1781; d. lid., 8mo., 1858; m. Sarah 

Norris. 

10681. 2. HAI9NAH, [10698];b. 30 d., 4 mo., 1783; d. 25 d., 5mo., 1869; m. Thumas 

Jones. 

10682. 3. Nathan, [10706] b. 27 d., 3 mo., 1785; d. 9 d., 9 mo., 18G1 ; m. Comfort 

Hussey; m. 2d, Mary Belcher. 
10688. 4. Isaac, [10718] b. I d., Imo., 1787 ;d. 25 d., 7 mo., 1869; hl Sarah Hus- 
sey. 

10684. 6. ISAiAH-H., b. 2 d., 9 mo., 1788; d. 16 d., Imo., 1834; was drowned in 

the Presumpscut River, which runs by the old Winslow farm. He 
married iu Friends meeting, Philadelphia, Pa., Id., 9mo., 1828, Ra- 
chel-F. Clement, of P. After her death he married in Friends meet- 
ing, Portland, Me., Id., 8 mo., 1833, Phebe" Pope [11117], b. 2 d., 
12 mo., 1807, dau. of Joseph* and Hannah (Taber), and gr. dau. of 
Elijah Pope and Phebe* (Winslow) of Windham, Me. She died 2 d., 
8 mo., 1852, Lynn, Mass. He was a manufacturer of machine and hand 
cards. 

10685. 6. Cynthia, [10723] b. 12 d., 4 mo., 1790; d. 28 Apr. 1866; m. Ezra 

Northey. 

10686. 7. Amy, b. 27 d., 12 mo., 1792; d. unmarried, 14 d., 3 mo., 1816, West- 

brook, Me. 

10687. 8. Sarah, [10731] b. 4 d., 5 mo., 1795; m. 1 d., 5 mo., 1888, Rufus 

Horton. 

10688. 9. Lydia-Hackkr, [10733] b. 8 d., 6 mo., 1798; m. 30 d., 8 mo., 1825, Caleb 

Jones. 

10689. 10. Maria, [10748] b. 1 d., 12 mo., 1800; m. Isaiah Jones; m. 2d, John 

Horton. 

10690. 11. John, [10748] b. 11 d., 1 mo., 1808; d. 4 d., 8 mo., 1836; m. Phebe- 

Pope' Cobb [IIOIOJ. 

10691. JEREMIAH', [10680] (John\ Nathan*, Jamet^, Job\ Kenelm\) b. 20 d., 
9 mo., 1781, Falmouth, Me. ; died 11 d., 8 mo., 1858, Havre, France. His brother 
Isaac* was with him at the time of his death. We copy the following from the 



884 Descenda/nU of John* Window. K 

papers of Rey. Hubbard' Winslow [6989] and those of his son Kev. Kenelm' [6956]: 
*^ Jeremiah Winslow, for nearly half a century, resided at Havre, where he ac- 
cumulated a large fortune, chiefly in a successful management of the whale fishery. 
Previous to his residence in Havre, he resided temporarily in New Bedford, Mass., 
and is familiarly remembered by many who enjoyed his society at that time, and 
subsequently, during his frequent visits there, and in their business relations with 
him. As an upright merchant he was esteemed, and, as an accomplished gentleman, 
a warm-hearted and sincere friend, he was beloved by all who knew him at the time 
of his death." He married in New Bedford, 2 d., 8 mo., 1824, Sarah Norris, of 

London, Eng., dau. of Henry and Sarah ( ). 

Children: 
10692. Cabolinb^, married Albert Techamer. They spend a portion of the 
year in Havre, France, and the remainder in Berne, Switzerland. 
Children: 

10698. Henry', in 1870 was unmarried. 

10694. Albert', ** •* 

10695. Oboroiakkb*, died before 1880. 

10696. Chablb8-£dwaiu>% b. 20 Apr. 1828; m. 26 Oct. 1854, , a native of 

France, who d. 19 Feb. 1867. He is Chevalier de la Legion dlionnenr* 

Res. 1878, JEbere, France. 
OhiUlren: « 

10696*. 1. Robert', b. 18 July, 1856. 

10696»». 2. Sarah', b. 18 Apr. 1857. 

10696«. ii. Marguerite', b. 7 Dec. 1858. 

10696'. 4. Mathilde', b. 5 Sept. 1860. 

10696«. 5. Clementine', b. 6 Nov. 1862. 

10696'. 6. Francois'. 

10697. Maria% married William leselin, a native of Switzerland. Her death 

occurred after that of her father. Res. Eamre^ FnmM, 

Children: 
10697*. 1. Qeorgine', b. 24 May, 1858. 

10697*. 2, JulieV b. 8 Oct. 1854. 

10697*. 8. Rodolph', b. 12 Jan. 1856. 

10698. HANNAH', [10681] {John\ Nathan\ Jamet^, Jof^, Kenelm\) b. 80 d., 
4 mo., 1788, Falmouth, now Westbrook, Me. ; died 26 d., 5 mo., 1869, at W. ; mar- 
ried there, at Friends meeting, 1 d., 12 mo., 1819, Thomas JONES, of Brunswick, 
Me., (father of Isaiah, husband of her sister, Maria' [10743]) b. 7 d., 5 mo., 1770, 
Merryconeag, now Harpswell, Me., s. of Lemuel of M., b, 30 d., 7 mo., 1780, Hano- 
ver, Mass., and Wait (Estes), b. 81 d., 8mo., 1733, also at Hanover, dau. of Edward 

and Patience ( ), He died 5 d., 1 mo., 1868, Brunswick. Was a minister of 

the Society of Friends and a farmer. 

Children born in Brunswick: • 

10699. 1. E8THBB% b. 20 d., 8 mo., 1821; in 1876 was unmarried. Bes. West- 



BuffuTTij AUe7ij SewaU, 



885 



brook, Me., with her aunt, Lydia-Hacker* (Winslow) Jones [10733]. 

10700. 3. Nathan- WrN8Low% b. 2 d., 1 mo., 1823. Res. New Torh City. 

10701. 3. THOMAS^ b. 19 d., 8 mo., 1824; died unmarried, 5 d., 2 mo., 1845, 

Brunswick. Me. 

10702. 4. Mabia\ b. 29 d., 1 mo., 1826; d. 11 d., 7 mo., 1854; m. 5 mo., 1851, 

John-Henry Bufhim, b. 80 Mar. 1821, Berwick, Me., s. of John and 
Lydia (Estes) of B. He married 2d, Salem, Mass., 12 February, 1863, 
Rebekah-Maria^ Northey [10724], b. 81 May, 1825, 8., dau. of Ezra 
and Cynthia* (Winslow) of 8. Shoe manufacturer. s.p. 

Res. 1878, Lynn, Man. 

10703. 5. I8AAC^ b. 5 d., 8 mo., 1827; died 27 d., 12 mo., 1864; m. Limington, 

York County, Me., 1 d., 3 mo., 1860, Mary-Ann' Winslow [10674], 
of L., born there, 3 Mar. 1827, dau. of Abram* and Mary (Deering) of 
L. He was a farmer and resided in Brunswick, Me. She married 2d, 
Standish, Me., 19 June, 1869, Oliver-Pope* Allen [10865], b. 13 Jan. 
1834, Windham, 3Ie., son of Nathan' aud Mary (Estes) of W. Tanner 
and currier. Res. 1876, LimingUm^ Me. 

Children : 

10704. Alice*, bom in Brunswick, Me. 

10705. Emily*. 



10706. NATHAN*, [10682] {Jolin\ Nathan*, James*, Job'', Kenelm\) b. 27 d., 8 
mo., 17:^5, Falmouth, now Westbrook, Me; died 9 d., 9 mo., 1861, Portland, Me. 
His powers of invention were considered remarkable. He was also noted for both 
moral and physical courage. He was one of the earliest abolitionists in Portland, 
and for many years the most prominent abolition lecturers were entertained by him 
whenever they came to the city. His house was once surrounded by a mob on this 
account, when Steplien Foster took refuge there. He married in Friends meeting, 
Portland, Me.. 1 Oct 1811, Comfort Hussey, bom in that city, 28 Jan. 1786, dau. of 
Samuel-Fothergill and Thankful (Purinton) of P. She died 28 Jan. 1848, Funchal, 
MadeirA. He married 2d, in Portland, 12 Aug. 1849, Mary-Belcher Vaughan, b. 2 
Jan. 1794, at P., dan. of William, of P., and Elizabeth (Jordan) of Saco, Me. He 
engaged early in trade, and was for many years a hardware merchant 

PorUand, Me, 

Children bom in Portland: 

10707. 1. Fbkdbuic-Frakklin', b. August, 1812; died in infancy, at Portland. 

10708. 2. Louiba-Makia', b. 9 Sept 1814; d. 5 Nov. 1850, Boston, Mass. ; married 

in Portland, 9 June, 1836, Samuel-Edmund Sewall, bom in B., 9 Nov. 
1789, 8. of Joseph and Mary (Robie) of B. He married 2d, 18 June, 
1857, Harriet' (Winslow) List [10715J. He has long been known as 
a lawyer and earnest reformer, and has been very active and efficient 
in improving the laws of Massachusetts. Boston, Mass, 

Children: 

10709. 1. Lucy-Ellen*, M.D., b. 26 -Apr. 1887, Boston; grad. 1863, at the 

New England Fem. Med. College, Boston ; in 1874, she was prac- 



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Descendants of John* Winslaw. 



10710. 
10711. 



10712. 



lOTiS. 
10714 



10714« 
10714*. 
10716. 



10716. 
10717. 



tising successf ally in that city. 

Res. No. 8 Park Squai^ BotUn, Mom, 
2. Loaisa-Winslow*, b. 8 Jane, 1846, Roxbury. Res. Melrose^ Mas$. 

8. Lucy-Ellen^ b. 20 Jan. 1816; d. 20 Aug. 1856, Germantown, Penn.; 
m. Portland, 22 Oct 1838, Edward Fox, b. 9 June, 1815, P., s. of 
John and Lucy- Jones (Oxnard) of P. He was judge of the Supreme 
Court of Maine in 1862-3, and of the U.S. District Court in 1866. 

He res. 1878, Portland, Mt, 
Children bom in Portland: 

1. Ellen-Winslow', b. 16 Aug. 1839; m. in Portland, 26 Aug. 1863, 

Gen. Francis Fessenden, b. 18 Mar. 1839, in P., s. of Hon. Wm- 
Pitt and Ellen-Maria (Deering), and grandson of Gen. Samuel 
Fessenden [8275]. For his military record see page 709 of this 
Tolume. Res. 1878, Deering St,^ Portland, Ms. 

CWld: 

EdwardrFofe, b. Apr. 1866. 

2. Edward-Winslow*, b. 26 Dec. 1846; grad. 1867, Cambridge Law 

School; d. Feb. 1877. He married Anna- Winslow Dana, of Port- 
land, Me. She res. 1878, Vaughn St., P&riland, Me. 
Children: 

1. EUiell^. 

2. WiniUno*: 

4. HARRIET^ b. 30 June, 1819; m. in Portland, 20 June, 1848, to Charles 
List, of Philadelphia, afterward of Boston, b. 5 May, 1816, in Ger- 
many, 8. of John and Catherine ( ). He died 15 Apr. 1856, Melrose, 

Mass. She was married 2d, by Rev. Mr. Stebbias, at Portland, 18 
June, 1857, to Samuel-Edmund Sewall, an eminent lawyer of Boston, 
bom there, 9 Nov. 1789, s. of Joseph and Mary (Robie) of B. She is 
the author of a poem entitled **To the Unsatisfied," which was pub- 
lished in The Waif, a collection of poems edited by H-W. Longfellow; 
also of one entitled ** Morning and Night." Mr. SewalPs first wife 
was Louisa-Maria^ Winslow [10708]. 8.p. 

Res. 1878, Mdroee, Mass. 
Frederic-Franklin', bom in 1822; died in infancy. 



6. 

6. Frbdbric-Frakklin', b. 2 Oct. 1824; d 2 Aug. 1848, Dorchester, Mass. 



10718. ISAAC^, [10683] (John\ Nathan*, Jame$\ Jdl^, Kendm\) b. 1 d., 1 mo., 
1787, Falmouth, now Westbrook, Me.; d. 25 d., 7 mo., 1869, Augusta, Me.; m. 
in Friends meeting, Portland, 11 d., 5 mo,, 1816, Sarah Hussey, a native of P., dau. 
of Samuel-Fothergill, and Thankful (Purinton) of P., and sister of Comfort Hussey, 
who m. Nathan* [10708]. He was a sea-cnptain and merchant in Havre, France; 
carried on the whaling business there with his brother Jeremiah* [10691], and was 
with him at the time of his death. They were the first to introduce the whale 
fishery into France. When he retired from active life he settled in Danvers, Mass., 
bat after the death of his wife went to reside in Philadelphia, Pa. 



K Taylor^ Narihey^ Bufvm, Horton. 887 

Child: 

10719. EMILT-ANNBTTI6^ b. 6 Julj, 1822, Havre, France; m.Thiladelphia, Pa., 

19 June, 1851, Franklin Taylor, of P., b. 16 December, 1822, Bristol 
Township, Bucks Co., Penn., s. of Anthony and Mary (Newbold) of 
that place. His paternal and maternal ancestors came from England, 
in 1677, and settled in West New Jersey. He graduated at Princeton 
College in 1840, and is a lawyer. In 1870-1, they were traveling in 
Europe. P.O. add. 1878, OermarUown, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Children: 

10720. 1. Edward-Winslow*, b. 18 June, 1854, Germantown. 

10721. 2. Frederick-Winslow*, b. 20 Mar. 1856, G. 

10723. 8. Mary-Newbold», b. 18 Dec. 1857, Philadelphia. 

10733. CYNTHIV, [10685] (John\ Nathan^ Janm\ J<^, Kendm\) b. 13 d., 
4 mo., 1790, Falmouth, Me. ; d. 28 Apr. 1866, Salem, Mass., at the house of her son 
William'. She married at Friends meeting, Falmouth, 16 July, 1821, Ezra 
NOBTHEY, of S., born there, 9 Apr. 1779, s. of WUliam and Rebekah (Collins) of 
S. He died in S., 22 May, 1855. Alerchant. 8alem^ Mau, 

Children bom in Salem : 

10724. 1. Rbbekah-Maria', b. 31 May, 1825; m. Salem, 12 Feb. 1863, John-Hen- 

ry BufRina, of Portland, Me., b. 30 Mar. 1821, Berwick, Me., s. of 
John and Lydia (Estes) of B. He married first, 5 Nov., 1851, Maria' 
Jones [10702J. Shoe manufacturer ; was also, in 1878, engaged in the 
lumber business. s.p. Res. Lynn, Mats, 

10725. 3. WiLHAM% b. 14 Apr. 1829; m. Brooklyn, KY., 18 June, 1862, Marga- 

ret-Folger Anthony, of B., b. 19 July, 1833, Providence, R.L, dau. of 
Edward and Helen-Maria-Hastings (Grieve) of P. In 1878 he was 
President of the Salem Marine Insurance Company. Rea. Salem, Mate. 
Children: 

10726. 1. Herbert-Winslow*, b. 39 Oct. 1864, Salem. 

10727. 2. Ed ward- Anthony*, b. 7 Mar. 1867, ** 

10728. 8. William-Ezra', b. 11 Feb. 1869, '* 

10729. 4. Kenelm-WinslowV b. 11 Apr. 1870, '• 
10780. 5. Henry-Buffum', b. 39 Aug. 1874, '* 

10731. SARAH', [10687] (John\ Nathan\ Jamts\ Job'', Kenelm\) b. 4 d., 6 mo., 
1795, Falmouth, Me. ; married there, at Friends meeting, 1 d., 5 mo., 1833, Rufus 
HOKTON. of Portland, Me., b. there, 2 Apr. 1795, only son of Rufus and Abigail 
(Lord) of P He died very suddenly from hemorrhage of the lungs, 19 Aug. 1867, 
while on a visit to his friend Samuel Taylor, of Fairfield, Me. For several years he 
was one of the directors of the Androscoggin and Kennebec R.R. ; also director of 
the Manufacturers and Traders Bank, and of the National Traders Bank for nearly 
thirty years, being President during half that time. They settled in Portland, Me. 
In 1870 his widow was residing at the old family mansion in Westbrook, Me., with 
her sister Mn. Lydia-Hacker* (Winslow) Jones [10733]. P.O. add. Portland, Me, 



888 Descendants of John* Winslou). ^ 

• Child: 

10782. LTDIA-HACKER^ b. 21 Feb. 1838, Portland; died there, 20 Feb. 1841. 

10788. LYDIA-HACKER*, [10688] {Jokn\ Nathan\ Jam^, Jcb\ Kendm',) b. 
8 d., 6 mo., 1798, Falmouth, Me. ; married, 80 d., 8 mo., 1835, Caleb JONES, of W., 
B. of Israel and Martha (Good wine) of Durham, Me. In 1878, they were residing in 
Westbrook, Me., five miles from Portland, on the home farm of her father. 

P.O. add. Portland, JU. 

Children bom in Durham, with the exception of the three younger: 

10734. 1. Mabtha-Phebe\ b. 21 Oct. 1828; d. 10 June, 1853, Westbrook. 

10735. 2. Caroline^ b. 27 Oct. 1827; was unmarried in 1873. 

10736. 8. JoHN-WiNSLow', b. 27 June, 1829; m. J^lilton, N.H., 7 Feb. 1865, Ade- 

laide-Eliza Doldt, of M., b. 23 June, 1846, Wolfsboro, N.H., dau. of 
James and Eliza-Etta (Stevens) of M. He is extensively engaged ia 
putting up canned goods, more particularly sweet corn, known through 
the country as ** Winslow's Green Com." During the packing season 
of 1869 he employed, in at least six establishments in different towns 
in Maine, 2,000 hands, and packed, of com alone, 1,900,000 cans. 

Res. 1878, Westbrook; P.O. add. Portland, Me. 
Child: 

10787. William-Northey*, b. May, 1866. 

10788. 4. Sabah-Maria', b. 16 April, 1831; m. Westbrook, Me., 20 Oct 1864, 

David Jones, b. 25 Nov. 1888, Bmnswick, Me., son of Lemuel and 
Maria (Buffum) of B. Farmer. 

Res. We$tbrooi; P.O. add. Portland, Me. 

10789. 5. Fbai»klin% b. 9 Jan. 1888 ; d. 8 Aug. 1856, Westbrook. 

10740. 6. Caleb-Augustus', b. 5 Jan. 1886; m. Westbrook, 25 June, 1868, So- 

phronia-Bllen Laribee, b. 29 Jan. 1845, W., dau. of John and Sarah- 
Little (Millioner) of W. Farmer and mechanic. 

Res. Westln-ook; P.O. add. Portland, Me, 

10741. 7. Isaiah- WiNBLOw', (twin of Caleb- Augustus^) b. 5 Jan. 1836; d. 28 Feb. 

1841, Westbrook. 

10742. 8. LYDIA-WINBLOW^ b. 10 Feb. 1840; d. 7 Apr. 1841, W. 

10748. MARIA*, [10689] (John*, Nathan*, Jamet^, Ml", KeneLm',) b. 1 d., 12 mo., 
1800, Falmouth, Me.; d. 22 d., 3 mo., 1872, Philadelphia, Pa.; married in Fal- 
mouth, at Friends meeting, 1 d., 6 mo., 1830, Isaiah JONES, b. 1 d., 1 mo., 1799, 
Brunswick, Me., s. of Thomas and Esther (Hacker) of B. [See 10698]. He died 
10 d., 7 mo., 1834, Portland, Me. He was a hardware merchant in that city. 
She married 2d, at Friends meeting, Falmouth, 22 d., 8 mo., 1889, John HCR- 
TON, of Philadelphia, Pa., born 19 d., 6 mo., 1790, Salem, Mass., s. of John and 
Elizabeth (Ward) of 8. He died 28 d., 1 mo., 1865, Piiiladelphia. Builder. 

She res. 1870, 820 South Fourth 8L, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Child: 

10744. AiiFBED', b.20 Apr. 1831, Portland, Me. ; m. Brooklyn, N. Y., 21 Oct. 1863, 
Martha-Holland Anthony, of B., b. 22 Aug. 1837, Providence, R,I., 



K John^ and Dr. JohrC Winslow. 889 

dan. of Edward and Helen-Maria-Haatings (Grieye) of B., and sister of 
Margaret-Folger Anthony who married William' Northey [10725]. 
GcnU manager of the Tioga Improvement (coal mining and transport* 
ing) Company. Res. Portland, Me., 1831-89; Philadelphia, 1889-53; 
Coming, Steaben Co., N.T., 1853-64; and Philadelphia since 1864. 

P.O. add. 1878, Qermantom^ FhiiadelphiOy Pa. 
Children born in Philadelphia: 

10745. 1. Laura-Anthony*, b. 30 July, 1864. 

10746. 2. Arthur- Winslow', b. 24 May, 1866. 

10747. 8. Helen-Lucretia*, b. 23 Dec. 1869. 

10748. JOHN*, [10690] (John\ Nathan\ Jame»\ Job*, Kenelm\) b. 11 d., 1 mo., 
1808, Falmouth, Me. ; died 4d., 8 mo., 18^)6, Lynn, Mass. During his absence from 
home on a traveling excursion South, in the interest of the firm with which he was 
connected, his health gave way, and upon his return it was thought best to place 
him under medical treatment in Boston. He failed so rapidly that he could not be 
taken home to Portland, but died at the house of Mrs. Olive^ (Cobb) Oliver [11014]. 
He married at Friends meeting, Portland, Maine, 5 d., 3 mo., 1835, Phebe-Pope^ 
Cobb [110101, of P., b. 25 Mar. 1818, Parsonatteld, Me., dau. of Edward and 
Phebe* (Pope) of P., and gr. dau. of Elijah and Phebo* (Winslow) Pope, of Wind- 
ham, Me. She died 15 d., 2 mo., 1837, Portland. He was a hardware merchant. 
For Cobb family see [11000], and for Pope family [10750]. Portland^ Me. 

Child: 
10740. JoHN^, M.D., was born 14 Mar. 1836, Lynn, Mass., at the house of Mrs. 

Olive' (Cobb) Oliver [11014], where Mrs. Winslow remained for a time 
after the death of her husband, whom she survived about one year. 
He was consigned by his mother to the care of her sister, Mrs. Lydia' 
(Cobb) Neal [11032], and her husband, Peter-Morrill Neal, who 
brought him up as if he were their own son. He was fitted for col- 
lege at Phillips Academy, Exeter, N.H. ; entered Harvard University, 
1855; received the degree of A.B., 1859, and A.M. in course. After 
two years devoted to teacliiug, he began the study of medicine at the 
Medical Department of Harvard University, 1861 ; entered service of 
U.S. Sanitary Conmiission, June, 1862, and was employed on Hospital 
Transports for three months ; then entered U. S. Army service as Act- 
ing Medical Cadet; was later appointed Acting Assistant Surgeon; 
and in these capacities was on duty at Union Hotel U.S.A. General 
Hospital, Georgetown, D.C., and at Mt. Pleasant U.S.A. General Hos- 
pital, Washington, D.C., till the close of the war, July, 1865. Re- 
sumed medical studies in New*York City, and received degree of M. D. 
from Bellevue Hospital Medical College, N.Y., 1866, and from the 
College of Physicians and Surgeons, N.Y., 1867. From that date till 
1872 was in hospital and private practice in New York ; was Attend- 
ing Physician to Out-Door Department of Bellevue Hospital, 1868-72; 
Assistant Physician to Nursery Hospital, and to Idiot Asylum, Ran- 



890 Phel)e {Wiridow) Pope a7id DesceTidanta. K 

dairs Island. 1869-70; Demonstrator of Anatomy, Woman's Medical 
College of N.Y. Infirmary, 1869-73 ; Assistant Sanitary Inspector, 
Metropolitan Board of Health; Life Insurance Examiner, etc. In 
June, 1872, removed to Ithaca, N.Y., where lie has been engaged in 
the practice of his profession up to the present time, 1878. He res. 
1836-41, Portland, Me.; 1842-49, North Berwick, We.; 1850-64, Lynn, 
Mass.; 1866-71, New York City; 1872-78, Ithaca, N.Y. 

John* Winslow had eleven children, of whom ten married, and were living in 
1829, the date of his death. We have in our records twenty-nine grandchildren; 
twenty-nine great grundcliildren ; and three great greatgrandchildren. The fol- 
lowing surnames have been introduced by intermarriages with other families: Baf- 
fum, Fessenden, Fox, Horton, leselin, Jones, List, Northey, Se wall, Taylor, Tschamer. 



10750. PHEBE*, [2040] {Nathan*, Jame^*, Job"", Kenelm\) b. 2 mo., 1753, in 
Falmouth, now Westbrook, Me. ; d. 8 d., 9 mo., 1843, Windham, Me. ; m. by Friends 
ceremony, at F., 19 ii., 5 mo., 1768, Elijah POPE, a native of Boston, b. 28 d., 12 

mo., 1742, 3d s. of Robert* and Phebe ( ) of B. {Bee. of JSaiem Monthly Meeting 

of Friendi,^ He owned a large farm ; was a blacksmith by trade, as were also several 
of his sons, for a time at least. He died 8 d., 8 mo., 1828, Windham, and was bur- 
ied there. Res. Falmouth and Windham^ Me 

Children bom in Falmouth, and all deceased: 

10751. 1. Robert, [10763] b. 7 d., 6 mo., 1769; d. 1 d., 7 mo., 1841; m. Alary 

Allen. 

10752. 2. Sarah, [10777] b. 23 d., 8 mo., 1770; d. 24 d., 11 mo., 1835; m. John 

Ck>ok. 

10753. 3. Charity, [10844] b. 22 d., 9 mo., 1771; d. 21 d., 4 mo., 1814 ;m. Eben 

ezer Allen. 

10754. 4. Samuel, [10886] b. 80 d., 12 mo., 1773; d. 24 d., 1 mo., 1860; m. Mary 

Wing, of Sidney, Me. 
10756. 6. NathaiK, [10982] b. 28 d., 3 mo., 1775; d. 20 d., 1 mo., 1859; m. Phebe 
Allen. 

10756. ft. Phkbb, [11000] b. 19 d., 10 mo., 1776; d. 2 d., 6 mo., 1853; m. Edward 

Cobb ; m. 2d, Eli Haines. 

10757. 7. Sibtl, [11041] b. 9 d., 4 mo., 1778; d. 23 d., 1 mo., 1865; m. Joshua 

Jenkins. 



* 1. JOSEPH^ POPE, d. about 1667; married Qertrade . He came to this eon ntr y In 1684, la* 

the Mary and John, of London; was made freeman, 17 May, 1637; in 1666 WM panialiad for going to 
Qualcer meeting. 

Children born in Salem: 
2. L DAMASI8', b. 28 d., 4 mo , 1649; m. Joshua Boffoa. 
8. 8. Hannah', b. 20 d., 7 mo., 1645: died young. 

4. 8. Hannah^, b. 26 d.. 8 mo., 1648; married Caleb BaStia. 

5. 4. Oborob*. b. 8 d., 7 mo., 1649; died young, 

6. ft. JosSFS*, b. 27 d., 10 mo., 1650; m. Bathshua Folger. 

7. 6. BBNJAl^N^ b. 4 mo., 1653; m. Damarls Shattuok. 

8. 7. Sakobl*, b. 18 dn 6 mo., 1656; m. 28 d., 1 mo., 1686, Bxerotie Smith. 



K Descendants of Phebe^ ( Winslow ) Pcfpe. 891 

1075a. 8. Ebbnbzsb, [11081] b. 29 d., 1 mo., 1780; d. 10 d., 10 mo., 1834; m. 
Sarah Chase ; m. 2d, Ann Uogertf. 

10759. 9. Joseph, [11115] b. 17 d., 10 mo., 1781; d. 8 mo., 1822; m. Hannah 

Taber. 

10760. 10. John, [11130] b. 11 d., 3 mo., 1783; d. 4 mo., 1864; m. Lydia Taber. 

10761. 11. Tabitha, [11157] b. 8 d., 1 mo., 1785; d. 6 d., 9 mo., 1856; m. John 

Cartland. 

10762. 12. Elijah, [11181] b. 12 d., 10 mo., 1786; m. Hannah Taber. 

ChUdren: 
8L 1. Damarls', b. 2 mo., 1687; died in a few montha. 
101 & Samuol*, b. 11 d., 6 mo., 1689; d. SI d., 9 mo., 1769; married Sarah , b. 5 d., 8 mo., 1698; 

d. 10 d.« 1 mo., 1778. 

Children: 
It 1. Elizabeth*, b. 16 d., 4 mo., 1716; d. 6 d., 6 mo., 1716. 

M. «. Robtrt*, [27j b. 9 d., 6 mo., 1717; d. 22 d., 8 mo.. 1776; married Phebe • 

18. 8. Ebeneter*, [41J b. 28 d., 1 mo., 1719-20; m. KUsabeth . 

14. 4. Sttet*, b. 18 d., 12 mo., 1721 2; d. 16 d., 11 mo., 1725-6. 

16. 6. Philadelphia*, b. 26 d., 12 mo., 17244; d. 8 d, 3 mo., 178a 
M, 6. Sarah\ b. 2 d., 5 mo., 1726; d. 4 d., 4 mo., 17bn. 

17. 7. Rttth\ b. 6 d., 1 mo., 1728-9; d. 80 d., 1 mo., ITW. 

18. . 8. Samuel*, b. 27 d., 7 mo., 1781. 

19. 9. Hmry*, b. 14 d., 6 mo., 1788; died the aame night. 
A 10. Hannah*, b. 20 d., 7 mo., 1784. 

21. 8. Margaret", b. 12 d.. 10 mo., 1691. 

tt. 4. Edos', b. 1 d., 2 mo., 1695. 

«. 5. Hannah*, b. 17 d., 2 mo., 1697. 

M. 6. Elizabeth*, b. 23 d„ 6 mo., 1606. 

S. 7. Eunioe', b. 12 d., 8 mo., 1700. 

H 8. Ruth*, b. 11 d., 8 mo., 1706. 

«r. ROBERT*, [12] (Sfim««I», Samuet^, Jo»tphi,) b. » d., 6 mo., 1717; d. 22 d.. « mo., 1776. Caeoo 
B»y, Kalniouth, Me.; m. Phebe , born 8 d., 11 mo., 1716, Boston, Mat, 

ChUdren born in Boston: 
»• 1. JoHK, b. 29 d .. 10 mo., 1740. 
». i RoBBBT, b. 14 d., 10 mo., 1741; d. 9 d., 6 mo., 1742. 

30. 8. Eluah, 1>. 28 d., 12 mo.. 1742; d 8 d., 8 mo., 1828; m. 19 d., 5 mo., 1766, Phebe* Winslow [10750]. 

31. 4. Abigail, b. 9 d.. 12 mo.. 1748. 

^ 6. Pbkbb. b. 7 d.. 8 mo., 1746; d. 20 d., 8 mo., 1746. 

a. 6. 4 Phebk, b. 6 d., 8 mo., 1746; d. 9 d., 11 mo., 1747. 

W. 7.{ Robert-Browjc, b. 6 d., 2 mo., 1748; d. 4 d., 6 mo., 1748. 

^ 8 JofiEpB, b. 19 d.. 11 mo., 1748; settled in Auffusta, Me. 

». » EuzABETH, b. 20 d., 2 mo., 1750. 

87. 10. Phbbk, b. 3 d., 7 mo.. 1751; ; d. 29 d., 4 mo.. 1824; m. WUllam* Winslow tll787>. 

». 11. Sabah, b. 1753; lived but a few weeks. 

3B- IS. Robbbt. b. 3 d., 9 ma, 1754. 

^ 1^ Hakxah, lired but a few days. 

41. EBENEZER*, [18] {SamueH^, Sumuei^, Jamph^) b. 23 d., 1 mo., 1719-30; married Elizabeth , 

b. 5 d., 12 mo., 17l7.ia £o»ton, Afcus. 

Children: 
^ 1* Klbabstb, b. 6 d., 7 mo., 1746; d. 22 d., 7 mo., 1748. 
«. t RoBiBT, b. 1 d., 7 mo., 1746; d. 11 d., 8 mo., 1747. 
H 3. Ebbxszxr, b. 4 d., 11 mo., 1748-9; d. 16 d., 8 mo., 17411 

, ^ *. — , died in 1760. 
^' 6. tilts, b. 2d., 10 mc, 17W. 



892 DesceiidanU of Phebe ( IVmslow) Pope. ^ 

10T03. ROBERT*, [10751] {Pheb^ (WiniUno) Pope, JVotAa/i*, Jame$\ Ji^, Ke- 
ndm},) b. 7 d., mo., 1769, Falmouth, Me. (Massachusetts until 1820); dl 1 d., 7 
mo., 1841, and -was buried in Pownal, Me. ; m. Windham, Me., 1 d., 5 mo.. 1794, 
Mary Allen, of Windham, born there, 22 d., 1 mo., 1708, sister of Phebe Al- 
ien who married Nathan* Pope [10982], of Ebenezer who married Charity* Pope 
[10844], and of Joseph who married Thankful* Winslow [10493]; and d. of Pele- 
tiah. of Kittcry, Me. (s. of Francis and Mary Allen), and Hannah (Hall), d. of Ebe- 
nezer, who came from England, and lived on Matinicus Island, Me. She died 5 d., 
11 mo., 1847, Pownal, and was buried there. [See account of Halls and Aliens, p. 
872, and Chart of Alleyne Family, Vol. I, pp. 280-7.] Blacksmith and farmer. 

PowMdy Guniberland Co.^ Me, 

Children bom in Pownal: 

SoN% b. 8 d., 2 mo., 1795. 

IsAAC% b. 10 d., 12 mo., 1795; died unmarried, 17 d., 2 mo., 1863; 
was a blacksmith and farmer, and lived on the liomestead in PownaL 

Hannah^ b. 26 d., 8 mo., 1797; d. 9 d., 9 mo., 1814. 

Phkbk\ b. 26 d., 2 mo., 1799; unmarried. Res. 1876, WindlMtfiy Me. 

SARAH^ b. 1 d., 2 mo., 1801; d. 19 d., 3 mo., 1815. 

Almira.% b. 8 d., 1 mo., 1803; d. 12 d., 8 mo., 1820. 

Lydia\ b. 9 d., 8 mo., 1804; d. 8 d., 9 mo., 1889. 

MARY^ b. 22 d., 4 mo., 1806; unmarried. Res. 1876, Windham, Me, 

Robert', b. 28 d., 8 mo., 1808; m. Windham, 26 d., 11 mo., 1847, Ju- 
liette Kennard, b. 4 d., 6 mo., 1828, Raymond, Me., d. of Elijah, of 
Windham, and Lucy (Perry) of Raymond. She died 4 d., 1 ino., 1876, 
Windham, and was buried there. Wool-carder, cloth-dresser, and 
woolen manufacturer. Res. Pownal, and 1876, Windham CeiUrej Me. 

Children born in Windham; 

10778. 1. Lucy-M»., b. 22 d., 9 mo., 1851 ; d. 29 d., 4 mo., 1875, 

10774. 2. EUen-P"., b. 27 d., 1 mo., 1854. 

107:5. 8. Charles-Frederic*, b. 12 d., 7 mo., 1858. 

107.0. 4. Juliette-Kennard*, b. 10 d., 12 mo., 1860. 

10777. SARAH', [10752] (PhM" ( Witaloio) Pope, Nathan*, Jatnes^ J6b\ Kenehn\) 
b. 33 d., 8 mo., 1770, Falmouth, Me. ; d. 24 d., 11 mo., 1835; married, 30 d., 10 
mo., 1793, JohnOOOX, of Raymond, Me., b. 25 d., 5 mo., 1765; d. 15 d., 5 mo., 
1884. Farmer. Vassalboroy Me. 

Children: 

10778, 1. Phbbb', b. 27 d., 7 mo., 1794; m. Vassalboro, Me., 28 d., 8 mo., 1817, 

John Hobby, b. 13 d., 1 mo., 1794, s. of Remington, of V. She marw 
ried 2d, Joshua Cobb, s. of Nicholas and Desire ( ) of Limington. 

Children: 

10779. 1. William-Henry*, b. 25 d., 11 mo., 1818; m. 27 d., 5 mo., 1845, 

8arah-C. Gilkey, b. 26 d., 5 mo., 1826, d. 32 d., 12 mo.' 185o! 



10764. 


1. 


10765. 


2. 


10766. 


8. 


10767. 


4, 


10768. 


5. 


10769. 


6. 


10770. 


7. 


10771. 


8. 


10773. 


9. 



K Pinhham, NicJiols. 893 

He married 2d, 27 d., 11 mo., 1851, Bsther-B. GUkcy, b. 12 d., 

8 mo., 1818. 

Children : 

10780. 1. Joteph'ES'., b. 30 d., 1 mo., 1847. 

10781. 2. WiUiam-B^,, b. 22 d., 12 mo., 1848. 

By 2d marriage: 

10782. 8. John-E'., h. 18 d., 9 mo., 1852. 

10783. 4. James-O^., b. 4 d., 6 mo., 185—. 

10784. 6. WaUer-O"., b. 10 d., 1 mo., 1857; d. 1 d., 10 mo., 1858. 

10785. 2. Anstress-GV, b. 1 d., 1 mo., 1820; d. 12 d., 10 mo.. 1862; m. 24 d., 

9 mo., 1846, CbarlesQ. Pixikham, b. 16 d., mo., 1819, d. 23 d., 
1 mo., 1872. 

Children : 

10786. 1. AlUn-Or, h. 28 d., 7 mo., 1848; d. 11 d., 10 mo., 1848. 

10787. 2, iEdward'E*., b. 30 d., 8 mo., 1850. 

10788. 8. » CharleS'S*., b. 30 d., 8 mo., 1850. 

10789. 4. John-H\, b. 15 d., 2 mo., 1858. 

10790. 5. Al/rtd'T*.y b. 11 d., 4 mo., 1855. 

10791. 8. Joseph-C*., b. 17 d., 9 mo., 1821; d. 2 d., 9 mo., 1846. 
I079i. 4. Sarah-C»., b. 1 d., 1 mo., 1823; d. 19 d., 11 mo., 1847. 
1079:t. 5. Lucy-N»., b. 23 d., 6 mo., 1824; d. 16 d., 10 mo., 1846. 

10794. 6. Louisa-J*., b. 24 d., 5 mo., 1830; m. 8 d., 6 mo., 1853, Stephen 

Nichols, b. 29 d., 6 mo., 1831. 

Children : 

10795. 1. J'BdwartPy b. 6d., 7 mo., 1854. 

10796. 2. 8adie-L*., b. 29 d., 2 mo., 1856. 

10797. 8. Annie-M*„ b. 29 d., 1 mo., 1871. 

10798. 4. Williani'IP,, b. 14 d., 8 mo., 1872. 

1079U. 7. John-EV, b. 28 d., 1 mo., 1837; d. 17 d., 4 mo., 1847. 

10800. 2. Robert', b. 4d., 11 mo., 1795; d. 20 d., 11 nro., 1795. 

10801. a. iDaniki/, b. 23 d., 9 mo., 1796; d. 3 d., 12 mo., 1798. 

10802. 4. 'Elijah', b. 23 d., 9 mo., 1796; married, 26 d. 8 mo., 1824, Jadith — ;-, 

b. 31 d., 12 mo., 1801; d. 23 d., 11 mo., 1875. 

Children : 
10808. 1. AlmiraV b. 28 d., 6 mo., 1825; d. 24 d., 9 mo., 1826. 

10804. 2. Albert*, b. 17 d., 2 mo., 1827; married, 7 d., 9 mo., 1851, . 

10805. 3. Almira-PV, b. 28 d., 5 mo., 1828; m. 25 d., 10 mo., 1849, . 

10806. 4. Saruh-.Iane*, b. 11 d. 7 mo., 1829; m. 26 d., 10 mo., 1848, . 

10807. 5. Rachel-GV, b. 25 d., 8 mo., 1831; d. 12 d., 8 mo., 1869; m. 18 d., 

8 mo., 1849, . 

10808. 6. Eliza% b. 27 d., 7 mo., 1882; d. 2 d., 8 mo., 1832. 

10809. 7. John-M»,, b. 15 d., 6 mo., 1884; m. 6 d., 2 mo., 1861, . 

10810. 8. Edward-H»., b. 17 d., 5 mo., 1836; d. 14 d., 8 mo., 1843. 



10811. 




10813. 




10818. 




10814. 


5. 


10815. 


6. 


10816. 


7. 


10817. 


8. 


10818. 


9. 


10819. 


10. 


10820. 


11. 



894 DescendanU of PKAi ( WimTxm ) Pope. K 

9. Elijah', b. 6 d., 5 mo., 1889; m. 28 d., 9 mo., 1865, . 

10. George-D*., b. 27 d., 3 mo., 1841 ; m. 1 d., 11 mo., 1868, . 

11. Edward-HV, b. 10 d., 6 mo., 1844; m. 27 d., 11 mo., 1868, . 

Samuel% b. 17 d., 1 mo., 1799; d. 30 d., 10 mo., 1819. 

6. Robert*, b. 18 d., 5 mo., 1800; d. 28 d., 10 mo., 1874; m. 22 d., 9 mo., 

1825, . 

Jo8bph\ b. 1 d., 8 mo., 1802; d. 11 d., 1 mo., 1889. 
Danibl% b. 7 d., 1 mo., 1804; was Hying in 1876. 
Edward', b. 25 d., 5 mo., 1805; d. 4xi., 11 mo., 1840. 
Joira', b. 27 d., 1 mo., 1807; d. 14 d., 12 mo., 1808. 
JoHN\ b. 24 d., 8 mo., 1808; d. 24 d., 12 mo., 1811. 

10821. 12. Ebenkzkr', b. 29 d., 1 mo., 1810; d. 21 d., 9 mo., 1840; m. China, 

Me., 31 d., 12 mo., 1886, Mary Jones. 

Children: 

10822. .1. Lydia-P»., b. 18 d., 9 mo., 1887, South China. 

10823. 2. Mary-Eliza", b. 17 d., 8 mo., 1841, ** 

10824. 18. Mary-Amn\ b. 25 d., 4 mo., 1812; m. 25 d., 2 mo., 1841, Rufos Xax- 

field, b. 7 d., 7 mo., 1817; d. 26 d.,2 mo., 1847. He lived in Ray- 
mond, Me., and was s. of Josiah and Nancy (- ), She married 

2d, 29 d., 11 mo., 1849, Levi Yamey, of Windham. 

Res. 1876, Wind^Mm Centre, Me, 
Children: 

10825. 1. Nancie-Blizabeth', b. 8 d., 8 mo., 1842; d. 30 d., 9 mo., 1866. 

10826. 8. Joseph-Estes*, b. 80 d., 5 mo., 1843; m. 7 d., 8 mo., 1867, Delia 

J. Baker. P.O. add., 1876, Windham Centre, Me. 

Children: 

10827. 1. Ina-B"., b. 8 July, 1871. 

10828. 2. Mahel-B\, b. 18 Mar. 1873. 

10829. 8. Kate-Lydia', b. 12 d., 6 mo., 1845; m. 2 d., 9 mo., 1866, Edward-M. 

Lee Gro, who died 80 d., 6 mo., 1868. 

Her P. O. add. 1876, 61 Brackett Street, Portland, Me, 
Child: 

10880. JZtftoar^Wf*., b. 2 d., 12 mo., 1867. 

10881. 4. Rufus- Andrews*, b. 22 d., 3 mo., 1847; m. 81 d., 8 mo., 1868, 

Anna-May Baker. P.O. add., 1876, Windham Centre, Me. 

Child: 

10882. Iva-JT., b. 5 d., 11 mo., 1871. 

10888. 14. Charitt\ b. 27 d., 4 mo., 1814; d. 18 d., 12 mo., 1816. 

10884. 15. Sakah^ b. 29 d., 12 mo., 1815; d. 1 d., 4 mo., 1874; m. 2 d., 6 mo., 

1842, Samuel-R. Jep«on,of China, Me. 

Children : 

10885. 1. El«a-C»., b. 19 d., 12 mo., 1848; married Abner Branson. 



Jej^orty Allen. 



W& 



108M. 
10837. 
10838. 
10839. 
10840. 
10841. 
10842. 



10843. 



Children: 

1. ifferbert-Vr., b. 1 d., 2 mo.,1873: d. 9 d., a4no., 187a. 

2. < HattU'8'.^ b. 1 d., 2 mo., 1872; d. 9 d., 2 mo., 1872. 
8. I Sarah-A*., b. 19 d., 4 mo., 1875. 

4. 1 Mira-E",, b. 19 d., 4 mo., 1875. 

2. , died 3 mo., 1874. 

8. Arvilla-A»., b. 1 d., 8 mo., 1850. 
16. Eliza% b. 29 d., 5 mo., 1818; d. 17 d., 9 mo., 1840; married Tbomai 

Jepaon, of China, Me. 
Child: 

Clarkson*. 



10844. CHARITY*, [10753] (PMd» {WImUm) Pope, UTathan^ Jamet^, Jot^, 

Kenelm\) b. 22 d. 9 mo., 1771, Falmouth, Me.; d. 21 d., 4 mo., 1814, Windham, 

and was there buried. Married in F., 29 d., 10 mo., 1794, £l>enezer ALLBN, of W., 

b. 17 d., 3 mo., 1767, W. ; d. 25 d., 2 mo., 1851, in W., and wasburied there. His 

will is recorded in Portland, Me. He was s. of Pattiah and Hannah (Hall), and 

brother of Mary Allen, wife of Robert* Pope [10763], and of Piiebe Allen, wife 

of Nathan* Pope [10982]. [For chart of Alleyne family see p. 284.] He married 

2d., 5 d., 1 mo., 1816, Elizabeth Southwick, b. 5 d., 12 mo., 1776; d. 12 d., 8 mo., 1825. 

He married 3d., 11 d., 11 mo., 1830, Elizabeth Hussey, who died 15 d., 10 mo., 1839. 

Farmer. Res. Windham^ Cumberland C<?., Me, 

Children, of whom none of the daughters were married, ace. to Mrs. OllTer, 

[11014]. 

10845. 1. David', b. 12 d., 8mo., 1795, Windham; died 8 d., 8 mo., 1850, W., 

and was buried there. Married in W., 30 d., 8 mo., 1827, Phebe^ 

Hawkes, b. 80 d., 8 mo., 1801; d. 11 d., 11 mo., 1829, d. of Amos 

and Lydia* (Winslow) of W. For differing dates see No. 10488. He 

married 2d, 11 d., 2 mo., 1841, Eunice Stevens, d. of Nathaniel and 

Molly ( ,). Farmer. She res. 1876, Windham^ Me, 

Children: 

1. WiUiam-H*., b. 10 d., 8 mo., 1828. 

P.O. add. 1876, Ckmway^ N,lL 

2. Joseph-M*., b. 19 d., 12 mo., 1842. 

3. Lydia*, b. 11 d., 1 nio., 1844. 

4. Phebe-Hawkes*, b. 29 d., 7 mo., 1846. 

5. Moses-B*., b. 31 d., 11; mo., 1846. 

6. David*, b. 9 d., 2 mo., 1850. 

2. Mary', b. 29 <!., 12 mo., 1796; d. 20 d., 10 mo., 1815. 

3. Sarah', b. 29 d., 3 mo., 1798; d. 21 d., 6 mo., 1826. 

4. Nathan', b. 22 d., 12 mo., 1800, Windham; d. 22 d., 7 mo., 1857; m. 
by Esq. Bishop, in Westbrook, Cumberland Co., Me., 13 d., 7 mo., 
1828. Mary Estes, b. 29 d., 4 mo., 1804, d. of Isaac and Lydia (Troti) 
of Raymond Cape, Cumberland Co., Me. Millman and farmer. 

Res. Windiham, Me. 



10846. 

10847. 
10848. 
10849. 
1085O. 
10851. 
10852. 
10853. 
10854. 



896 DesGendmvta of Charity* ( Winslow ) A len. 

Cliildren born in Windham: 

10855. 1. Is^ac-£»., b. 16 d., 10 mo., 1828, Windham, Me.; was married by 

Jacob Clark, in Gray, Cumberland Co., Me., 27 d., 7 mo., 1856, to 
Sarah-A. Bennett, d. of William and Sarah (Weeks) of Gray. 

P.O. add. 1876, North Qarham^ Curnberland Co.^ Ms. 
Children: 

10856. 1. Eugme-U,, b. 31 d., 5 mo., 1868, Gray. 
10867. 2. Julia-Ar, b. 8d., 3 mo., 1862, •' 

10858. ' 3. HaUU'V*., b. 16 d., 3 mo., 1864, Windham. 

10859. . 4. JBaw-J/nftc/*, b. 14 d., 8 mo., 1874. ** 

10860. 2. Henry- W«., b. 15 d., 4 mo., 1880, W. ; m. 6 d.^ 8 mo., 1858, 

Lorana-W. Dolley, b. 4 d., 7 mo., 1883. He married 2d., 5 d., 
11 mo., 18C3, Abbie-F. Lowell, b. 16 d., 9 mo., 1839. 

P.O. add. 1876, Portland. Me. 

10861. 2. Isaiah-P\, b. 15 d., 3 mo., 1882, W. ; m., 5 d., 5 mo., 1855, Melinda- 

E. Rbodes, b. 28 d., 5 mo., 1836. 

P.O. add. 1876, Windham, Me. 

Children : 

10862. 1. Jame$'IP,, b. 12 d., 8 mo., 1857. 
1086;]. 2. Jennie-E*,, b. 29 d., 12 mo., 1861. 

10864. 8. Clara-B\, b. 7 d., 2 mo., 1866. 

10865. 4. Oliver-Pope% b. 18 d., 1 mo., 1834, W., m. Standish, 3Ie., 19 

June, 1869, Mary-Ann' (Winslowj Jones [10674], b. 3 Mar., 1827, 
Limiugton, Me., d« of Abraham* and Mary (Deering) of L. Farm- 
er and currier. Hes. 1876, Limington^ Me, 

10866. 5. £dward-C*., b. 2 d., 10 mo., 1835, W. ; m. 15 d., 5mo., 1858, Mary- 

8. Bennett, b. 1 d., 4 mo., 1884. 

P.O. add. 1876, Windham, Me. 

Children: 

CharU-T*., b. 12 d., 8 mo., 1859. 

Martha-A\, b. 21 d., 5 mo., 1868. 

Oeorge-E*., b. 3 d., 7 mo., 1865. 

Sadie-Mr, b. 16 d., 9 mo., 1867. 

Eo$eoeJ*., b. 8 d., 6 mo., 1870. 

Albert*, b. 16 d., 7 mo., 1872. 
6. Benjamin-Franklin*, b. 7 d., 1 mo., 1889, Windham; m. by Obadiah 
G. Cook, Esq. 10 d., 2 mo., 1872, to Lizzie-B. Harmon, b. 9 d., 
1 mo., 1838. 

Child: 

10874. Freddie- O'., b. 15 July, 1878. 

10875. 7. Eliza-E*., b. 24 d., 9 mo., 1843; d. 22 d., 9 mo., 1850. 

10876. 5. Phsb«% b. 7d., 12 mo., 1801; unmarried. 

Res. 1876, Windham Centre, Me. 



10867. 


1. 


10868. 


2. 


10869. 


3. 


10870. 


4. 


10871. 


5. 


10872. 


6. 


10873. 


6. BcE 



K Eaiea, Post, ShaWy Eeadley, BrowndL. 897 

10877. C. Ltdia% b. 1 d., 11 mo., 1803; d. 15 d., 2 mo., 1887. 

10878. 7. Jo8EPfl\ b. 7 d., 10 mo., 1805; d. 1 d., 4 mo., 1806. 

10879. 8. Hajinah\ b. 25 d., 2 mo., 1807; d. 1 d., 1 mo., 1827. 

10880. 9. Sybil\ b. 5 d., 2 mo., 1809. 

10881. 10. £MMA^ b. 14 d., 1 mo., 1811; d. 18 d., 10 mo., 1826. 

10882. 11. Tabitha% b. 1813; died aged four days. 

10883. 12. Chabitt% b. 16 d., 8 mo., 1814; d. 14 d., 11 mo., 1828. 

By 2d marriage: 

10884. 18. JofliAH\ b. 20 d., 2 mo., 1818; married Mary Hacker, dan. of Jeremiah. 

Rea. 1876, BoiAon^ Mau. 

Child: 

10885. George. 

16886. SAMUEL*, [10754] {Pheb^ {Window) I^>pe,Naihan\J<mei^,J<>b\Kendm\) 
b. 30 d., 12 mo., 1773, Fahiimith, Me.; d. 25 d., 1 mo., 1860, Chili, Monroe Co., 
N. Y. ; was buried in Wheatland. He married in Friends* meeting, Sidney, Kennebec 
Co., Me., 28 d., 10 mo., 1802, Mary Wing, of 8., b. 1 d., 6 mo., 1788, Sandwich, 
Mass., d. 5 d., 8 mo., 1859, Chili; was buried at Wheatland. She was dau. ot 
Benjamin and Mary (Hoxie) of S. Settled in Sidney, and had a large family. In 
1827, they decided to go **We8t." He bought a farm in Wheatland, near Scottsville, 
Monroe Co., N.Y., where they spent the remainder of their lives. His will is re- 
corded in Rochester^ Monroe Co., N.Y. 

P.O. ScotsviUe, N. T. ; res. ChUiy N. 7. 

Children bom in Sidney, of whom the sons, with the exception of Samuel, were 
farmers : 

10887. L Nathan, [10900] b. 19 d., 8 mo., 1803; d. 28 d., 5 mo., 1867; m. 1830, 

T.^er Butler; m. 2d, 28 d., 8 mo., 1836, Mary Post; m. 3d,' 11 d., 
8 mo., 1856, Alice Nellis. 

10888. 2. EiJZA, [10902] b. 12 d., 1 mo., 1805; m. 28 or 28 d., 13 mo., 1824, Allen 

Bates, s. of Benjamin and Sarah ( ). 

10889. 8. Nancy, [10928] b. 24 d., 11 mo., 1800; married, 1 d., 6 mo., 18^7, 

Isaac Post. 

10890. 4. Lucy, [10933] b. 28 d., 8 mo., 1808; married, 28 d., 9 mo., or 25 d., 10 

mo., 1828, Peter Shaw. 

10891. 5. Christiana, b. 2 d., 9 mo., 1810. 

10892. 6. Mary, [10957] b. 18 d., 7 mo., 1812; m. 6 or 12 d., 2 mo., 1835, Jtanea- 

H. Headley, who died 10 mo., 1858. 

10893. 7. Joseph, b. 20 d., 7 mo., 1814; d. 15 d., 1 mo., 1816, Sidney, Me. 

10894. 8. Joseph, [10963] b. 25 d., 4 mo., 1816; m. 20 d., 11 mo., 1840, Anna- 

Maria Dewel. 

10895. «. Lydia-L. [10969] b. 4 d., 8 mo., 1818; m. 2 d., 6 mo., 1851, Allen-C. 

BrownelL 

10896. 10. Samuel-W., [10971] b. 8d., 6 mo., -1820; m. 12 d., 7 mo., 1848, Helen- 

Ruth Avery. 

»4 



898 Descendants of Phebe^ ( Winalow ) Pope. K 

10897. 11. Caroline-H., b. 80 d., 1 mo., 1822; m. 1 d., 12 mo., 1852, William 

Slater. 

10898. 12. GBOReB-HATTBN, b. 6 d., 10 mo., 1825 ; d. 8 d«, 10 mo., 1846, Chili, N. Y. 

10899. 18. William. 

10900. NATHAN^, [10887] {Saimu^, PhM (TTintZaw) Pope, JfotAon*, JcaM%\ 
Job'', Kendm\)\). 19 d., 8 mo., 1803; d., 28 d., 5 mo., 1867, Shelby, Orleans Co., N.Y. ; 

married in 1830, Tamer Butler, dan. of Jeremiah and Hannah ( ); married 2d, 

28 d., 3 mo., 1886, Mary Post, dau. of Gilbert and Elizabeth; married 3d, 11 d., 
8 mo., 1856, Alice Nellls. Farmer. 

Child by first marriage: 
10901. Samuel-Bdtler, b. 1888, Orangeyille, Wyoming Co., N.Y. ; d. 80 d., 7 
mo., 1868, Chili, N.Y. 

10902. BLIZA% [10888] {acmusC', Phebe^ {Winshw) Pope, Nathan*, Jame$\ Joff", 
Kenelm\) b. 12 d., 1 mo., 1805; married 28 d., 12 mo., 1824, Allen ESTES, 8. of 
Benjamin and Sarah ( ). 

Children bora in Wheatland, Monroe Co., N.Y.: 
10908. 1. Elizabeth", b. 4 d., 12 mo., 1825; d. 11 d., 5 mo., 1842; married, 2 d., 
2 mo., 1841, William Sates. 

10904. 2 Lusana-Goddard", b. 30 d., 4 mo., 1827; m. Wheatland, 4 d., 10 mo., 

1848, John M. Stokie, of Wayhmd, Allegan Co., Mich. 

Children: 

10905. 1. Francelia*, b. 1 d., 7 mo., 1851; m. 1 d., 1 mo., 1872, Samuel Blli- 

son. 

Child: 

10906. Ora^\ b. 4 d., 10 mo., 1874. 

10907. 9. Maria-Elizabeth*, b. 14 d., 4 mo., 1856. 

10908. 8. Alton-Everett', b. 14 d., 11 mo., 1858. 

10909. 4. Morris-Ellsworth*, b. 11 d., 6 mo., 1860. 

10910. 5. Ashley- .Moore*, b. 20 d., 10 mo., 1864. 

10911. 6. Edwin*, b. 18 d., 9 mo., 1866. 

10912. 7. Earl*, b. 10 d., 9 mo., 1869. 

10918. 8. Sabah*, b. 26 d., 12 mo., 1829; m. Wheatland, N.Y., 1 d., 10 ma, 1846, 
Levi Shotwell. Res. 1876, Maple, Ionia Co.^ Mick. 

Children: 

10914. 1. Eliza-Amelia*, b. 10 d., 5 mo., 1856; m. 10 d., 1 mo., 1876, Charles- 

D. Biker. 

10915. 2. Freeman*, b. 21 d., 7 mo., 1862. 

10916. 4. Mabt-Pope\ b. 1 d., 1 mo., 1881; m Wheatland, 24 d., 9 mo., 1854, 

• Isaac ShotwelL Res. 1876, Fff'e Lake, Travene Co., Mieh. 



^ Ste warty Hide^ Post^ ShaWy Bowermany Tenney. 899 

Child: 

10917. Thdrston*, b. d., 6 mo., 1865. 

10918. 5. Benjamin-H*., b. 7 d., 2 mo., 1837; m. Chili, Monroe Co., N.Y., 80 d., 

10 mo., 1855, Ellen Ricky. Res. 1876, Jack$(m, Mick. 

Child: 

10919. Elizabeth', b. 18 d., 10 mo., 1856. 

10920. 6. William', b. 7 d., 10 mo., 1839; d. 5 d., 11 mo., 1859. 

10921. 7. CAROLfNE-E', b. 15 d., 2 mo., 1843; m. Wheatland, N.Y., 8d., 1 mo., 

1862, John Stewart. Res. 1876, CoUaim Station, Mich. 

Children: 

10922. 1. Chester-F*, b. 18 d., 10 mo., 1862. 

10923. 2. Carl-Archie', b. 17 d., 1 mo., 1864. 

10924. 8. Eva-Eliza', b. 25 d., 8 mo., 1867. 

10925. 4. Charles-Delberf, b. 9 d., 7 mo., 1872. 

10926. 8. Alton-P'., b. 18 d., 7 mo., 1844; m. Caledonia, Monroe Co., N.Y., 23 

d., 11 mo., 1864, Mary Maxwell. 

P.O. add. 1876, SeottniOe, Monroe Co., N.T. 

10927. 9. Akgelina-P'., b. 19 d., 10 mo., 1849; m. 13 d., 12 mo., 1870, Sherman- 

Heath Hide. P.O. add. 1876, ScottstUU, N, Y. 

10928. NANCY', [10889] {8amuel\ Phebt^ {Wimlaw) Pope, Nathan^ Jatnes^, 
M^, Kenelm\) b'. 24 d., 11 mo., 1806; married, 1 d., 6 mo., 1837, Isaac POST, t. of 
Gilbert and Elizabeth ( ). 

Children bom in Rochester, N. Y. : 

10929. 1. Mart-Elizabbth', b. 5 d., 6 mo., 1840. 

10930. 2. James-Elmer', b. 27 d., 9 mo., 1845; m. Rochester, N.Y., 5 d., 9 mo., 

1871, Helena Rogers. 

Child: 

10931. Frederic'. 

10932. 3. GsoRQB-H'., b. 10 d., 7 mo., 1848; died in Rochester. 

10933. LUCY', [10890] (Samuel*, Pheb^ {Willow) Pope, Nathan*, Jame4\ 
M\ Kentlm\) b. 28 d., 8 mo., 1808; married, 28 d., 9 mo., 1828, Peter SHAW, s. 
of Benjamin and Sarah ( ). 

Children : 

10934. 1. Maria-Canninq', b. 25 d., 6 mo., 1829, Chili, Monroe Co., N.Y. ; m. 

Caledonia, Livingston Co., N.Y., 9 d., 10 mo., 1851, William-B. 
Bowerman. Res. 1876, Hanover, Jaekeon Co., Midi, 

Children: 

10935. 1. Etta', b. 10 d., 12 mo., 1852, Caledonia, N.Y. ; m. 5 d., 5 mo., 

1870, Russell Tenney. Res. 1876, Hanover, Mich, 



900 Descendants of Phebe' ( Wiiislow ) Fops. ^ 

Children born in Hanover, Mich. : 
10936. 1. Jeme'\ b. 28 d., 8 mo., 1871. 

10987. 2. Earnest'^ b. 26 d., 8 mo., 1878. 

10988. 8. Irving'\ b. 2 d., lOmo., 1875. 

10989. 2. Carrie*, b. 28 d., 5 mo., 1864, Hanoyer, Mich. ; married, 28 d.. 9 

mo., 1870, Eddie Bose. Res. 1876, Cherokee, Cherokee Co., Mich. 

Children: 

10940. 1. Clara'\ b. 1 d., 10 mo., 1871, Hanover, Mich. 

10941. 2. Clyde'% d. 13 d., 10 mo., 1873, Cherokee, Iowa. 

10942. 8. MabeP\ b. 8 d., 10 mo., 1875, ** 

10948. 8. Josephine*, b. 28 d., 2 mo., 1857, Hanover, Mich. 

10944. 4. Nellie*, b. 22 d., 5 mo., 1861, *' '* ; d.8d..9mo.,1864. 

10945. 5. Willie*, b. 2 d., 12 mo., 1865, *' " 

10946. 6. Nellie*, b. 9 d., 9 mo., 1871, *• ** 

10947. 2. Henry-Proctor*, b. 27 d., 8 mo., 1831, ScotUville, Monroe Co., N. Y. ; 

married, 8 d., 10 mo., 1850, Paulina Smith. 

Res. 1876, SeoUevUle, If. T. 

Children : 

10948. 1. Frank*, b. 14 d., 7 mo., 1854, Caledonia, N.Y. 

10949. 2. Charies*, b. 20 d., 8 mo., 1856, Geneseo, N.Y. 

10950. 3. Mary*, b. 18 d., 12 mo., 1857, Geneseo, N.Y. ; d. 5 d., 10 mo., 1863. 

10951. 8. Nakcy-Pope*, b. 20 d., 2 mo., 1833, Mendon, Monroe Co., N.Y. ; d. 20 

d., 8 mo., 1862, Chili, N.Y. ; m. 8 d., 8 mo., 1853, Charles Pixley. 

Children : 

10952. 1. William*, b. 10 d., 5 mo., 1855, Chili, N.Y. 

10953. 2. Alice-J*., b. 2 d., 8 mo., 1856, Geneseo, Livingston Co., N.Y. 

10954. 4. JosEPHiNE-B*., d. 4 d., 10 mo., 1842, Mendon, Monroe Co., N.Y; died 

there 9 d., 6 mo., 1845. 

10955. 6. JossFHiNE-B*., b. 27 d., 11 mo., 1849, Caledonia, Livingston Co., N.Y. ; 

married, 7 d., 8 mo., 1871, Dr. Solon Briggs. 

Res. 1876, Newirk, N, T. 

10956. 6. Hbrbbt-H*., b. 27 d., 8 mo., 1860, Caledonia, N.Y. ; died there, 20 d., 

10 mo., 1870. 

10957. MARY', [10892] [aamiae^, Phebe^ {Windou>) Pope, Nathan\ Jam^, 
Jof^y Kenelm\) b. 18 d., 7 mo., 1812; is deceased. She married, 6 d., 2 mo., 1835, 
James-H. HEABLBY, who d. 10 mo., 1858. He was s. of Uartas and Rebecca ( ). 

Children : 

10958. . 1. Elizabeth-Carter, b. 81 d., 12 mo., 1835, Henrietta, Monroe Co., N.Y. 

10959. 2. Lydia-Maria, b. 5 d., 8 mo., 1838, Henrietta, Monroe Co., N.Y. 

10960. 8. William, b. 14 d., 7 mo., 1840, Shelby, Orieans Co., N.Y,; d. 28 d., 

11 mo., 1869, in Virginia. 



f 



K Brownd\ SlaUr. OOl 

10961. 4. Edward-Evbrbtt, b. 7 d., 7 mo., 1842, Shelby, N.Y. 

10962. 5. (^EOBQE, b. 8 d., 7 mo., 1846, Shelby, N.Y; married, 26 d., 7 mo., 1874, 

Phebe Wheelock. Res. Medina, OrUaru Co.^ li. Y. 

10963* JOSEPH*, [10894] {Samuel^ PhO^ ( Wintlow) Pope, Nathan*, Jame»\ 
Jci^y KenelmK) b. 25 d., 4 mo., 1816; married, 20 d., 11 mo., 1840, Anna-Maria 
Deuel, daa. of Abraham and Elizabeth ( ), 

Children bom in Chili, N.Y. : 

10964. 1. Elbekt-Alonzo*, b. 23 d., 1 mo., 1845; in. 22 d., 12 mo., 1870, Lillian 

Fenn. Res. Toledo, 0. 

• Child: 

10965. Florence-Lillian*, b. 8 d., 11 mo., 1871. 

10966. a. Myron-Holly\ b. 14 d., 4 mo., 1847. 

10967. 8. GEOReB-HATTBK", b. 28 d., 6 mo., 1855. 
10068. 4. Albert- Joseph*, b. 28 d., 11 mo., 1858. 

10969. LYDIA-L*., [10895] (Samuel*, Phebe* (Win9loio) Pope, Nathan*. Ja7nes\ 
Joh\ Ken£im\) b. 4 d., 8 mo., 1818; married, 2 no., 1847, Allen-C. BBOWNSLL, 
8. of David and Rebecca ( ), 

Child: 
10970. Alice, b. 20 d., 5 mo., 1855, Shelby, Orleans Co., N.Y. 

10971. SAMUEL-W^ [10896] (Sumud*, Pli^* ( Window) Pope, Nathan*, JametF, 
Job^, Kendm},) b. 8 d., 5 mo., 1820, Sidney, Kennebec Co., Me.; m. by Rev. J-M. 
Peebles, at Genoa, Cayuga Co., N.Y., 12 d., 7 mo., 1848, to Helen-Ruth Avery, 
dan. of Edwin and Julia-T. (Collins) of G. Mr. Pope was a school teacher some 
years. • Res. Genoa, Cayuga Co., N.Y., 1846-51, Rochester, N.Y., 1851-55, Buffalo, 
1855-60, Louisville, Jefferson Co., Ky., 1860-76. In the latter place he and his son 
Charles have been engaged in the manufacture of Excelsior plows. 

Res. Louietilley Ay. 

Children, all unmarried in 1876: 

10972. 1. Chablbs-Hknrique, b. 16 d., 4 mo., 1849, Genoa, Cayuga Co., N.Y. 

Res. 1876, Louisville, Ky. 

10973. 2. Jknnib-Avbrt, b. 11 d., 4 mo., 1851, Genoa, Cayu^;^ Co., N.Y. 

10974. 8. Arthur-Lkwis, b. 7 d., 4 mo., 1857, Buffalo, Eric Co.. N.Y. 

Res. 1876 LouinilU, Ky. 

10975. 4. Fbbd-Edward, b. 6 d., 2 mo., 1807, LouisviOe, Jefferson Co., Ky. 

10976. CAROLINE-H\, [10807] (Samuel*, Phehei* (Winslow) Pope, Nathan*, 
Jamei^, Jdt^, Kendm\) b. 30 d., 1 mo., 1822; (MtefiMecO; married, 1 d., 12 mo., ^ 

1852, William SLATSB, s. of Earnest and Louise (-7—). IW^-AT • v»» ^ d ^ . olt ^•vw.-^ \ 

Children: ^^ ^ ^^_ l^,^- 

10977. 1. Ella-M., b. 27 d., 3 mo., 1854, Rochester, N.Y. \^*id\cd VA*ii-vc oif ttt- 




^M* W^^Vvm^f n O .C. I -So tj\i o t o^\^ • ^^^ ic ^^ 






10978. 


2. 


10979. 


3. 


10980. 


4. 


10981. 


5. 



he* (Wmslow) Pope. ^ ^m - ^^ \^ 
5, Rochester, N.Y. L*^H«r,V^lKn^a.f dU 5 X 



903 Descendanis qf Phebe' ( Wmslow) Page. 

Edwik-^ b. 6 d., 9 mo., 1856, 

Frank-H., b. 6 d., 9 mo., 1858, Rochester, N.Y; d. 8 d., 6 mo., 1863, 

Metomen, Wis. «. 

LuLU-L., b. 6 d., 5 mo., I860, Chili, N.Y.rt'iUca b»|ftrH#^^o AureViV i^ ^^ 
Hbrbbbt-E., b. 24 d., 7 mo., 1864, Metomen, Fond Da Lac Co., Wis. 

10982. NATHAN*, [10755] (P/W^ {Window) Pope, Nathan\ Jame^, Jotl", Ke- 
ndm\) b. 28 d., 3 mo., 1775, Falmotfth, Me. ; d. 20 d., 1 mo., 1859, Windham, Me., 
and was buried there. His will was recorded in Portland, and burned in the fire of 
1866. He was married in W., by Friends ceremony, 3 d., 5 mo.. 1804, to Phebe 
Allen, b. 1 d., 1 mo., 1778, sister of Ebenczer, who married Charity* [10844], and 
of Mary, who m. Robert* Pope [10763] ; and d. of Pattiah and Hannah (Hall) of 
Matinicus Island, Me. For Chart of Alleyne family see p. 286. Mrs. Pope died 
2d., 11 mo., 1849, Windham, and was buried there. He was a member of the So- 
ciety of Friends, which he served in various ways. . The latter part of his life was 
spent at the homestead taking care of his parents. He, with the assistance of his 
sons, carried on the farm in addition to his business as cioth-dHesser. 

Res. Falmouth and Windhatn^ Me, 

Children bom in Windham : 

10983. 1. IflAiAH, [10992] b. 5 d., 7 mo., 1805; d. 27 d., 4 mo., 1872; married 
8arah-W. Cook. 

Oliver, [10998] b. 28 d., 11 mo., 1807; married Maria Cook. 

Joseph, b. 5 d., 12 mo., 1809; d. 4 d., 5 mo., 1817. 

.Jane, b. 22 d., 5 mo., 1812; died unmarried, 30 d., 11 mo., 1868. 

Elijah, b. 18 d., 4 mo., 1814; d. 27 d., 10 mo., 1814. 

Elijah, b. 7 d., 9 mo., 1815; d. 21 d., 1 mo., 1856, Windham; m. 26 d., 
10 mo., 1844, Mary Moore, b. 22 d., 7 mo., 18^5; d. 6 d., 12 mo., 
1844. She was d. of Lindley-Murray Moore, of Rochester, N.Y. He 
was a dentist. 8. p. 

10989. 7. Joseph, b. 1 d., 8 mo., 1817. 

10990. 8. Nathan, b. 30 d., 12 mo., 1819; m. 80 d., 12 mo., 1846, Lydia Maxfield, 

b. i4 d., 7 mo., 1822. Res. 1873, Windham, Me. 

10991. 9. Hannah- A., b. 10 d,, 5 mo., 1822; died unmarried, 30 d., 10 mo., 1863. 

10992. I8AIAH', [10983] {Naihan\ Phebe\ (Window) Pope, Nathan^ Jame*\ 
Job* Kendm\) b. 5 d., 7 mo., 1805, Windham, Me. ; d. 27 d., 4 mo., 1872; married. 
28 d., 8 mo., 1839, Sarah-W. Cook, of Casco, Me., b. 20 d., 3 mo., 1810; d. 5 d., 
7 mo., 1850. 

Children: 

109Q3. 1. Ltdia-A., b. 23 d., 6 mo„ 1840; d. 16 d., 4 mo., 1864. 

10994. 2. Eliza, b. 9 d., 7 mo., 1842; d. 26 d., 11 mo., 1864. 

10995. 8. Phbbb-L., b. 25 d., 7 mo., 1844; was living in 1876. 

10996. 4. Mary, b. 30 d., 3 mo., 1847; d. 10 d., 1 mo., 1848. 

10997. 5. Mart-M., b. 6 d., 12 mo., 1849; was living in 1870. 



10984. 


2. 


10985. 


3. 


10986. 


4. 


10987. 


5. 


10988. 


6. 



^ Cobb^ HaineSy Dunha/m^ Lewis^ Parker^ Chipitiaii^ Uhikley. 903 

10998. OLIVER', [10984] {;fai'han\ PhAe^ (Wimlim) Pope, Nathan>, Jame$\ 
JdH', Keneim\) b. 28 d., 11 mo., 1807, Windham, Me. ; married, 27 d., 10 mo., 1848, 
Maria Cook, b. 26 d., 8 mo., 1806, d. of Dauiei and Jane, his wife, of Casco, Me. 

Res. 1878, Windham Centre, Me. 

Child: 

10999. Nathan-Oliver, b. 9d., 1 mo., 1850; married in 1877. 

Res. Windham Centre. 

11000. PHEBE*, [10756] {Phebe'' ( Winshw) Pope, Nathan^ James\ Lieut. Job\ Ke- 
nehn\) b. 19 d., 10 mo., 1776, Falmouth, Me. ; d. 3 d., 6 mo., 1853, New York City, 
while on a religious visit, and was buried in Lynn, Mass. She married in Fal- 
mouth, 29 d., 8 mo., 1799, Edward* COBB*, b. 4 d., 5 mo., 1775, Falmouth, 8. of 
Samuel^ and Olive (IngersoU) of what is now called Portland, Me. They were both 
recorded ** ministers of the Gospel " by the monthly meeting of Friends held in Wind- 
ham, he in 1814 and she in 1818. He was not a Friend by birth, but joined the So- 
ciety while a young man. Carpenter. Res. Portland, except about eleven 
years, 1813-24, in Parsonsficid and Windham, Me. He died o d., 11 mo., 
1832, and was buried in Portland, Me. She married 2d, us 2d wife, Port- 
land, 29 d., 11 mo., 1838, Eli HAINES, of Brownsville, Fayette Co., 

1. * ELDER HBNRT> OOBB oame from England (probably from Kent) to Plymouth, Mass., 
aboat 1629; was of Scituate in 1683, one of the founders of the church, 8 Jan. 1685, of which he was 
that year chosen deacon. Removed, in 1689, to Barnstable, where he died in 1679. RepresentatiTe 
in 1645, and six years more; deacon about 34 years; was ordained Ruling Elder of th6 Barnstable 
Oongregational Church in 16?0. He married Patience Hurst, who was buried 4 May, 1648. She was 
probably dau. of Oea. James Hurst. He married 2d, 12 Deo. 1649, Sarah Hinckley, dau. of Samuel of 
Soituate and Barnstable, and sister of Qor. Thomas Hinckley, the last Qovernor of Plymouth Col- 
ony before it was united to Massaohusatts. 

Children: 

2L 1. John, b. 7 June, 1632, P. 

& 2. Jaius, b. 14 Jan. 1635, P.; m. 86 Deo. 1668, Sarah Lewis, dau. of George [See 1746]* 

4. 3. Mary. b. 24, bapt. 28 Mar. 1637, S.; m. as 2d wife, 15 Oct. 1657, Jonathan Dunham. 

6. 4. Haxnah, bapt. 6 Oct. 1639, S.; m. 9 May, 1661, Edward Levis [See p. 197, Winalaw Memoriat\, 
6i 6. Patisncb, b. 15 Mar. 1612; m. Aug. 1667, Robert Parker. 

7. 6. Gbrshok, b. 10. bapt. 12 Jan. 1645. 

8. 7. Elbazkr, b. 80 Mar., bapt. 3 Apr. 164& 

9. 8. Mkbitablx, b. 1, bapt. 7 ^'ept. 1651; died ae. 6 months. 

10. 9. Samvbl, b. 12 Oct 1654; d. 7 Deo. 1727; m. 20 Deo. 1680, Elizabeth Taylor. 

11. 10. Sarah, b. 15 Jan. 1658; died in » few days. 

12L 11. JoKATHAN, [17] b. 10 Apr. 1660; m. 1 Mar. 1683, Hope (Chipman) Hnckins. 

M VL Sabah, b. 10 Mar. 1663; m. 27 Deo. 1686, Samuel CUpmaft or BenJ. Biakley. 

14. 18. Hknrt, b. 3 Sept. 1665; m. 10 Apr. 1690, Lois Hallett. 

15. 14. Mehitable, b. 15 Feb. 1667. 

16. IS. EXPSRIKKCB, b. 11 Sept. 1671. 

17. DEA. JONATHAN', [12] (Hetiryi,) b. 10 Apr. 1660; m. 1 Mar. 1683, Hope (Chipman) Hockings. 
dau. of John Chipman and widow of John Hackings. [Seo 3976.] 

Res. Barnstable Mass., and Bortiaiul^ Me. 
Children: 

18. t Sakokl [28], b. 28 Feb., bapt. 6 Apr. 1684; married . 

• See serial nwnben 1746 and 1844 of the Pilgrim Record Series {Winulouf Memoriati: also, the 
Lewis Chart on page 197, Vol I. atid Uie Grand Radial Chart ordered by Dr. Winaiow^ Lewis, a 
copy of which may be seen at the rooms of the New EnyLaiid Hiatoric-OenecUoffical Society, 18 Somer- 
hU street, Boston, in the Library of Congress^ and many Public Librariee of America and Bngiand. 



904 DescendanU cf Phebe* ( Window ) Pope. K 

PennsyWania, a natWo of Vkginia, b. 14 d., 1 mo., 1*781, s. of — — and 

(Miller), fle died 4 d., 4 mo., 1869, in Salem* Ohio. His firet marriage was 

6 d., 9 mo., 1802, to Ruth ^filler. They had two sons, Chalkley and 

Miller, and four daughters, Tamson, Atlantic-Ocean, Lydia, and Sarah, who all 
married. 

Children : 

11001. 1. JosnuA, b. 11 d., 2 mo., 1801, Portland; died there, 11 d., 8mo., 1810. 

11002. 2. Olive, [11014] b^ 5 d., 5 rao., 180JJ, Portland; m. James Oliver. 

11003. 8. William, b. 4 d., 7 mo., 1803, Portland; died there, 2 d., 11 mo., 1805. 

11004. 4. Martha-Simpson, [11024] b. 5 d., 9 mo., 1804, Portland; m. William 

Hawks; m. 2d, John Stanley, Jr. 

11005. 5. Edward, b. 17 d., 11 mo., 1805, Portland; d. there, 16 d., 8 mo., 1806. 

11006. 6. Mary, b. 24 d., 4 mo., 1807, Portland; died there, 26 d., 8 mo., 1807. 

11007. 7. William, b. 1 d., 10 mo., 1808, Portland; died, unmarried, 14 d., 10 

mo., 1844, Brownsville, Pa. 

11008. 8. Samuel, b. 18 d., 1 mo., 1810, Portland; died tbere, 7 d., 9 mo., 1810. 

11009. 9. Mary, b. 19 d., 4 mo., 1811, Portland; d. 10 d., 6 ma, 1874, Lynn, 

Mass. 

11010. 10. Phebe-Popb, b. 25 d., 3 mo., 1813, Parsonsfield, Me. ; died 16 d., 2 

mo., 1837, Portland; married there, in Friends meeting, 5 d., 3 mo., 
1835, John* Winslow [10748], b. 11 d., 1 mo., 1803, Falmouth, s. of 
John* and Lydia (Hacker) of F. He died 4 d., 3 mo., 1836, Lynn, 
Mass. 

11011. 11. Lydia, [11032] b. 26 d., 8 mo., 1815, Parsonsfield; m. Peter-MorrcU 

Neal [12170]. 

11012. 12. Cynthia, b. 16 d., 6 mo., 1816, Parsonsfield; d. 26 d., 4 mo., 1829, 

Portland. 

11013. 18. Louisa, b. 16 d., 8 mo., 1818, Windham; died 27 d., 1 mo., 1837, P. 

19. 8. Jonathan, b. 88 Apr. 1688. 

SO. a. Ebkkezkr, b. 10 Apr. 1688. 

81. 4. Joseph, b. 84 A-og., bapt. 21 Sept. 1690. 

88. 5. Ltdia, b. 7 Jan., bapt. 6 Mar. 1693. 

28. SAMUEL*. [18] {JonaJthaiC^, Uenty^,) b. 23 Feb., bapt. 6 Apr. 1684; married ^-^ Deaooa of 
BeT. Thomas Smith's Churoh, the first in Falmouth (Portland). 

Child: 
2L 8amuel\ m. — . 

Child: 
8Bk Samuel*, was married by Bev. Samuel Deane, D.D., 27 Jan 1774, to OUre Ingersoll, dno. of 
Nathaniel and Joanna ( ). He d. about 1784; she d. about 17tfl. Bes. Falmouth. 

Children (all but Joshua 'died of consumption): 

86. 1. Edv)nrd\ b. 4 d.. 5 mo., 1775; d. 3 d., 11 mo., 1832; m. 29 d., 8 ma, 1799. Phebe* Pope 

lllOOO]. b. 19 d., 10 mo., 1776; d. 8 d., 6 mo., 1853. 

87. 8. Joshua*, b. about 1777; unmarried; killed by a fall, 1796. 

88. a. Naihamef, b. about 1778; unmarried; d. 1800. 

80. 4. JSamuel\ was married by Rev. Samuel Deane, D.D., 88 Not. 1801, to Sally Lmit^ 

W. ib Fnmcui*, m rried Jane Snow, of Rockland. 



^ Oliver y Btiffuniy Chcise. 905 

11014. OLIVE', [11002] (PhOe" {Papd) Cobb, Phebf^ {WimUm) Pope, Naihan\ 
/«««», Jol?, Kenelm},) b. 5 d., 5 mo., 1802, Portland, Me. ; m. there, in Friends 
meeting, as 2d wife, 10 d., 11 mo., 1825, James OLTVEB, b. 20 d., 5 mo., 1794, 
Lynn, Mass., s. of Henry* and Ruth (Newhall). He resided in Lynn, Mass., except- 
ing about five years (1828-1888) spent in Portland, Me. He was taught to make 
shoes, but was afterwards bank clerk under his brother Benjamin; then in United 
States Branch Bank, Portland ; then cashier of a small new bank in Portland ; then 
cashier of Lynn Mechanics Bank, which position he filled over twenty years, and re- 
signed in 1853. Has since done some insurance business. Died 17 d., mo., 1878. 
He was respected and beloved for his integrity, genial disposition, and charity to 

• HENBT OLIVKR, (Son of Henry. ) wm born 89 ''., 9 mo., 1748, O.S., [10 d., 10 mo., N.S.] Marble" 
head, Essex Co., Mass. ; d. 16 d., 12 mo., 1818, Lynn, Mass. ; married Ruth Newhall, b. 8 d., 5 mo., 1751, 
O.S., Lynn; died there, 89 d., 9 mo., 1824. She was daughter of Tolman and Mary (Leggaree) 
[Blythe]. The latter was bom 10 mo., 1713, O.S., Lynn, and died there, 1 mo., 1798, N.8., aged 84 
years. Mr. OliTer was a teacher for many yuars. His sons were all taught to make shoes prepara- 
tory to manufacturing and carrying on the same business on their own account, when they should 
arriTe at manhood 

Children bom at Lynn: 
t HiNRT, b. 22 d., 10 mo., 1771; died In 1856. 
1 WiLUAM. b. 27 d., 4 mo., 1774; died 4 mo., 1880. 
1 David, b. 5 d., 4 mo., 1779; was drowned, 6 mo., 1785, 
4. BcNJAMiK, b. 16 d., 5 mo., 1782; d. 29 d., 5 mo., 1856; was a teacher, and afterwards cashier of the 

Lynn Mechanics Bank, which position his brother James subsequently filled, 
i Steprbk, b. 29 d., 8 mo., 1785. 

6. David, b. 4 d., 10 mo., 1787; was living in 1876. 

7. RcTBY, b. 8 d., 6 mo., 1790; died 3 d., 8 mo., 1866; married 19 d., 10 mo., 1808, Israel BdfoB, who died 

9 d, 4 mo., 1874. 
t IIA.MKAB, b. 28 d., 12 mo., 1798; d. 10 mo., 1793. 
9l Jamks, b. 80 d., 5 mo., 1791; m. Pembroke, Mass.. 8 d., 5 mo., 1821, Elisabeth Brown, b. 10 d., 5 mo., 

1^, Pembroke, d. of Smith and Lydia (Gould) of Providence, R.L, afterward of Pembroke, 

Mass. She d. 80 d., 11 mo., 1888. He married 2d. 10 d., 11 mo., 1^ OUvo' Oobb [11014]. He d. 

17 d., 6 mo., 1878. 

Children by first marriage : 

Lydia-Maria, b. 18 d., 3 mo., 18^ Lynn, Mass.; d. 29 d., 11 mo., 1888, Portland. 

Elizabeth-Brown, b. 7 d., 10 mo., 1823, Lynn; married there, 28 d., 6 mo., 1843, Pliny-Earle 
CBA8X, LL.D., S.P.A.S., b. 18 d., 8 mo., 1820. Worcester, Mass., s. of Anthony and Lydia (Earle) 
of W. He grad. Harvard University, 1839. Jn 1878 was Professor of Philosophy in Friends 
Collfgo at Haverford, near Philad«!lphix Appointed 187L Author of numerous papers on 
Philosophy, Cosmology, Meteorology, and Philology. Res. Philadelphia^ Pa 

Children bom In Philadelphia: 
1. Jamv^Anthonj/^ b. 3 d., 4 mo., 1844; m. Brookfleld, Chester Co., Pa., 7 d., 18 mo., 1870, Mabel* 

Elnin Marshall, b. 28 d., 9 mo., 1813, Mill Creek Hundred, Newcastle Co., Delaware, dau. 

of Abner and Ann- Eliza (Pyle) of Brookfleld. P.O. Chadd^s Ford, Pa. Grad. Haverford 

College, 1860. Civil engineer for a mining company. 

. Res. 1877, Hazlekn^ Luume Co^ Pa, 
Children: 

1. Oscar-Marshall, b. 16 d., 18 mo., 1871, Brookfleld. 

8. Warren-Abner, b. 37 d., 8 mo., 1875, Hasleton; d. 3 d., 7 mo., ISTS. 
8. Elixa-Browny b. 11 d.. t mo., 1846. 
8. Kdicatfi'Oiiver^ b. 88 d., 10 mo., 186a 

4. William-Barker, b. 6 d., 1 mo., 1858; d. 86 d^ 6 mo., 1878, Philadelphia. 
8l Maria Brown^ b. 14 d.. 9 mo., 1856. 
i. Harriet-Kenned if, b. 4 d.. 7 mo., 1868. 



906 Descendants of PheU {Pope) Cobb. K 

the poor. Like most of the Olivers, he was warm-hearted, impulsive, sobject to 
frequent turns of depression, but at other times as much elated and enthusiastic. 
He had much of humor and of poetry in his composition, was very fond of nature, 
and particularly of flowers and children. His ways, like his early training, were 
not systematic, but he was full of originality. He was a natural mechanic, and 
could use tools of many different crafts; and if he had not the tool he wanted, he 
could make it. 

Children: 

11015. 1. Martha-Cobb*, b. 2iJ d., 9 mo., 1826, Lynn; res. there 1876. 

11016. 2. James-Edwards b. Id., 3 mo., 1828, Lynn; died 9 d., 4 mo., 1829, 

Portland. 

11017. 8. James-Edward*, b. 27 d., 7 mo., 1829, Portland, >Ie. ; grad. Harvard, 

1849; member National Acad. Sciences; Professor of Mathematics in 
Cornell University. Ithaca, N.Y. ; appointed 1873. 
1U18. 4. Ltdia-Maria*, b: 12 d., 10 mo., 1881, Portland; d. 26 d., 8 mo., 1833, 
Lynn. 

11019. 6. Louisa-Phebe*, b. 29 Jan. 1838, Lynn; married there, 8 d , 8 mo., 1807, 

Gilbert-Congdon HOAG, b. 31 d., 8 mo., 1843, Tainworth, Carroll Co., 
N.H., s. of Moses, of Sandwich, N.H., and Sara (Fry) who was d. of 
. Benjamin and Lydia, of Sandwich. He is General Agent for the Provi- 
dent Life and Trust Company of Philadelphia; Office, 119 Devonshire 
Street, Boston. Res. 1878, Auburndale^ Masi, 

Children bom in Lynn, excepting the youngest: 

11020. 1. Martha*, b. 22 d., 12 mo., 1868, 

11021. 2. William", b. 18 d., 11 mo., 1870. 

11022. 8. Clarence-Gilbert', b. 15 d., 2 mo., 1873. 
11022*. 4. Louis', b. 7 d., 7 mo., 1877, Aubunidale. 

11028. 6. Marv-Ellbm*, b. 28 d., 2 mo., 1841, Lynn. She has taught school since 
1862, and intends to make teaching her profession. In 1878 she 
graduated Ph.B. at Cornell University, Ithaca, N.Y. 

11024. 3IARTHA-SIMPS0N', [11004] (Phebe* (Pot^e) Cobb, PhOt^ (U'lWow) 
Pope, Hathah*, Janus\ Jdb'^ lCenelm\) b. 5 d., 9 mo., 1804, Portland, Me.; married 
in Windham, 3Ie., 4 d., 3 mo., 1824, William HAWBB, b. 3 d., 7 mo., 179G, W., 
8. of Amos and Lydia* (Winslow) of W. [10474]. He died 3 d., 9 mo., 1855, Salem, 
Columbiana Co., O. He was a farmer. She married 2d, as 2d wife, Salem, O., 
6 d., 8 mo., 1857, John STANLEY, Jr., of Dauiascovillc, Mahoning Co., O., b. 19 
d., 9 mo., 1795; d. 28 d., 7 mo., 1876, at D. Furuicr and woolen manufacturer; 
also carpenter and cabinet-maker. DamascoeiUe^ 0. 

Children bom in Portland: 
11025. 1. JosHUA-CoBB*, b. 27 d., 1 mo., 1825; died 22 d., 10 mo., 1857, Lynn; 
married in Manchester, Kennebec Co., Me., 29 d., 10 mo,, 1849, Sarah- 
Smart Gilbert, of M,, b. 7 d., 10 mo., 1824, Parkman, Me., d. of Bailey 
and Sally-B. (Smart) of P. She died 13 d., 4 mo,, 1872, Lynn, where 
they resided after marriage. Baker. Lynn^ Mau, 



^ Stanley^ Neal^ Barney^ Cheney^ Jetikma. 907 

Cliildren bom in Lynn: 
11026- 1. WiUie-B*., b. 1 d., 3 mo., 1855; d. 24 d. 12 mo., 1858, Lynn- 

11027. 2. Maria-Louisa*, b. 2 d., 10 mo., 1856; d. 7 d., 12 mo., 1858, Lyno. 

11028. 2. Ltdia-Maiua*« b. 28 d., 12 mo., 1827; married, Damascus, Mahoning 

Co., O., 31 d., 3 mo., 1859, Jehu STANLEY, of D., b. 5 d., 9 mo., 
1824, who died 24 cL, 8 mo., 1861. He was a farmer. 

DanuMCOtUU, 0. 
Child: 

11029. Martha- Walton*, b. 29 d., ft mo., 1860. 

11030. 8. Edward-Cobb*, b. 27 d.j 7 mo., 1831; d. 13 d., 3 mo., 1832, Portland. 
U081. 4. Ellen-Louisa*, b. 18 d., 7 mo., 1838; d. 17 d., (» mo., 1834, Portland. 

11032. LYDIA% [11011] (Phebe* (Pope) Cobb, PhOe* (Winslow) Pope, Nathan\ 
JametF, Job\ Kenelm\) b. 26 d., 3 mo., 1815, Parsonsfield, Me. ; m. Portland, 8 d., 9 
iQO., 1836, Peter-Morrell NEAL, b. 21 d., 9 mo., 1811, North Berwick, Me., 8. of 
Elijah and Comfort (Morrell) of N.B. He was Mayor of Lynn, Mass., from 1862- 
06; was in Mass. House of Representatives 1871-2, and in Massachusetts Senate 
1876. Lumber merchant . Res. 1878, Lynn^ Man. 

Children : 

11033. 1. Edward-Cobb', b. 18 d., 9 mo., 1841. Lumber merchant. 

Res. Lynrij Man. 

11034. 2. Mart-Louisa*, b. 6 d., 7 mo., 1847, North Berwick; m. Lynn Mass., 

23 d., 6 mo., 1869, William-Mitchell BABNET, bom in Nantucket, 
Mass., 8. of Matthew and Sally (Mitchell) of N., and gr. a. of William 
Mitchell, of N., the astronomer. In 1876, he was book-keeper in 
North Bank, Boston, and boarded, with his family, at 100 Beach 
Street, Lynn, Mass. 

Children bom in Lynn : 

11035. 1. Edward-Neal*, b. 28 d., 2 mo., 1871. 

11036. 2. Mary-Lydia*. b. 29 d., 1 mo., 1874. 

11037. 8. Charles-Neal*, b. 27 d., 6 mo., 1875. 

11038. 3. Ellen-Maria*, b. 4 d., 1 mo., 1849, North Berwick; m. Lynn, 12 d., 5 

mo., 1875, John Eugene CHENEY, b. 12 d., 2 mo., 1847, Lowell, 8. of 
John-Lorenzo and Cynthia-Bailey (Crain). Chief engineer on bridges, 
and has un olhce in Boston. Res. 1876, 100 Beach Street, Lynn, Mass. 

Child: 

11039. Herbert-Neal', b. 17 d., 3 mo., 1870, Lynn. 

11040. 4. William-E'., b. 16 d., 6 mo., 1854. 

11041. SIBYL*, [10757] {Plubt^ ( Wirulotc) Pope, Nathan*, Jame^, Job\ KenelM\) 
b.9d., 4 mo., 1778, Falmouth, Me.; d. 28 d., 1 mo., 1865; married, as 2d wife, 
lamo., 1802, Joshua JENKINS, of North Berwick, Me., b. 27 d., 1 mo., 1768; d. 
*^ d., 3 mo., 1855. He was bon of Elijah and Mehitable ( ) of North Berwick, 



908 Descendants of Phebe ( Window) Pope. K 

Me. He had a son Elijah by a former wife. Farmer. They resided in North Ber- 
wick, Me., and during the latter part of their lives at New Garden, near Salem, Co- 
lumbiana Co., Ohio, where their children settled around them. 

Children born in North Berwick: 
11042. 1, Nathan^ b. 1 d., 1 mo., 1804-, died 9 d., 8 mo., 1870, Lynn; married 
there, 17 d., 4 mo., 1883, Alice-B. Johnson, b. 7d., 1 mo., 1811; died 

22 d., 5 mo., 1837. She was dau. of Ezra and Anna ( ) of Lynn. 

He married 2d, 2 d., 1 mo., 1845, Content Jenkins, b. 14 d., 5 mo., 

1816, dau. of Stephen and Jemima ( ) of Eliot, Me. He was for 

many years in the Custom House, Boston. Res. Lynn^ Mau. 

Children: 
11048. 1. William-Edward% b. 18 d., 7 mo., 1835; married 18 d., 8 mo., 

1863, Gertrude-E. Jones. Book-keeper. Res. 1876, Boston, Mom, 

11044. 2. Nathan-Clarkson*, b. 22 d., 3 mo., 1837; died 12 d., 8 mo., 1837. 

11045. . 3. Alice*, b. 6 d., 9 mo., 1845. Teacher in the High School at Lynn. 

11046. 4. James-Ezra*, b. 1 d., 6 mo., 1851. Book-keeper in Central Nat 

Bank, Lynn. 

11047. 2. EDWARD^ b. 4 d., 7 mo., 1805; died 28 d., 10 mo., 1868; married Id., 

6 mo., 1831, Rhoda-Elizabeth Baitlett, adopted daughter of Joseph 
Pinkham, of Dover, N.H. Tailor. 

Children: 

11048. 1. Hannah- Sawyer*, b. 26 d., 4 mo., 1832; married 5 d., 8 mo., 1857, 

Samuel WILLIAMS, s. of Casper and Hannah ( ) of Winona, 

Columbiana Co., O. Justice of the peace and farmer. 

Res. 1876, Columbui. 0. 

Children : 

Edward'IP., b. 6 d., 5 mo., 1859, Salem, O. 
CharUs'Coiper^, b. 4 d., 8 mo., 1861, Winona, O. 
WalUr-Thvmaif*, b., 6 d., 8 mo., 1867, ** 
Arthur-Samuel^ y b. 27 d., 8 mo., 1869, '' 
LUlian*^ b. 10 d., 2 mo., 1876, Columbus, O. 

Joseph-Edward*, b. 15 d., 8 mo., 1839; d. 23 d., 1 mo., 1843. 

', b. 20 d., 12 mo., 1842; m. 1 d., 7 mo., 1874, Rebccca-8. 
Leeds, who died 12 d., 4 mo., 1875. She was dau. of Dr. Ezra 
and Elizabeth ( ) of Philadelphia. 

Child: 

11056. Eebecoa-ElUaheth^yh, 81 d., 8 mo., 1875. 

11057. 3. MlRIAM^ b. 7 d., 9 mo., 1806; d. 2 mo., 1843; m. David Clougli, 

11058. 4. M£HITABLB^ b. 6 d., 4 mo., 1808; married 29 d., 2 mo., 1844, Timothy 

Coppock, of Salem, Ohio, who died 8 d., 6 mo., 1855, s. of John, of 
Ohio. She married 2d, 29 d., 10 mo., 1857, Abraham MO&BIS, of 
Alliance, Ohio. 



11049. 




1. 


11050. 




2, 


11051. 




8. 


11052. 




4. 


11053. 
11054. 


2. 


5. 

Joe 


11055. 


8. 


Jos 



AUeHy Williams^ Oliver. 



909 



Child: 

11059. Timothy*, b. 80 d., 4 mo., 1845; d. 24 d., 7 mo., 18CC. 

11060. 6. Phbbe\ b. 25 d., 11 mo., 1611; m. 1 d., 10 mo., 1840, Lewis Allen, of 

JjimiDgtOD, Me., s. of Jedediali and Dorcas ( ) of L. Hod. 17 d., 10 

mo., 1850. She married 2d, 30 d., 9 mo., 1852, Casper WILLIAMS, 
of Winona, Columbiana Co., Ohio. He died 29 d., 9 mo., 1874. 

Child: 

11061. Elizabeth*, b. 26 d., 7 mo., 1841; died 8 d., 12 mo., 1844. 

110C3. 6. Sarah\ b. 21. d., 5 mo., 1814; died 22 d., 7 mo., 1854; married 4 d., 
11 mo., 1841, William-Breed OLIVEB, of Lynn, Mass., b. 8 d., 8 mo., 
1808. 



Children: 

11083. 1. James-Wallace*, b. 7 d.,» 4 mo., 1845; died 29 d., 11 mo., 1847. 

11064. 2. William-Theodore*, b. 80 d., 1 mo., 1847; died 7 d., 10 mo., 1848. 

11065. 3. Charlotte-Huldah% b. 11 d., 12 mo., 1848. 

11066. 4. James- Wallis*; b. 25 d., 7 mo., 1850. Book-keeper in the First Na- 

tional Bank of Lynn. 

11067. 5. Annie-Elizabeth*, b. 6 d., 8 mo., 1852; died 25 d., 7 mo., 1853. 

11068. 6. William-Theociore*, b. 18 d., 8 mo., 1854. 

11069. 7. WiLLTAMVb. 27 d., 11 mo., 1815; married 80 d., 8 mo., 1848, Lydia 

Miller, b. 14 d., 6 mo., 1828, d. of William and Rebecca ( ) of 

Brownsville, Pa. Farmer. 

« 
Children : 

11070. 1. Joseph-Edward*, b. 28 d., 2 mo., 1849, Winona, Columbiana Co., 

Ohio; married 1 d., 2 mo., 1870, I.aura-.I. (Brosius) Oysier, b. 15 
d., 4 mo., 1847, d. of Charles and Mary-L. (Brosius), and widow of 
Pleasant-Thomas Oyster. 

Cliildren : 

11071. 1. AJheH'C*,, b. 30 d., 1 mo., 1871, Winona. 

11072. 2. Alic6-L\, b. 3 d., 9 mo., 1872, ** 

11073. 3. Oliver-M*., b. 28 d., 9 mo., 1874, Alliance, O. 

11074. 2. Elizabeth*, b. 22 d., 11 mo., 1851, Winona, O. 

11075. 3. Esther-F*., b. 22 d., 7 mo., 1854, Lexington, now Alliance, Stark 

Co.. O. 

11076. 4. William-Miller*, b. 25 d., 4 mo., 185G, Alliance, O. 

11077. 5. James-Oliver*, b. 7 d., 4 mo., 1858; d. 7 d., 3 mo., 1801, Alliance, O. 

11078. 6. John-P*., b. 4 d., 6 mo., 1862, Alliance, O. 

11079- 7, Mary-K*., b. 22 d., 8 mo., 1864, Damascus, Mahoning Co., O. 

11080. 8. EuzABBTH^ b. 11 d., 4 mo., 1819; died 5 d., 11 mo., 1835. 



910 



Descendants of Phebe^ ( Window) Pope. 



11081. EBENEZER** [10758] PhA^ {Wirabw) Pope, Nathan^ Jamm^, JoU", Ke- 
nelm\) born 29 d., 1 mo., 1780, Falmouth, Me. ; died 10 d., 10 mo., 1834, VaBsal- 
boro, and wag buried there. His will is recorded in Augusta, Kennebec Co., Me. 
He married, 21 d., 11 mo., 1804, Sarah Chase, of Sidney, Me., b. 13 d., 10 mo., 
1786; died 14 d., 3 mo., 1830, or 1832, at V., and was there buried. She was dau. 
of Stephen and Hannah (Bliffin) of Unity, Waldo Co., Me. He married 2d, 22 d., 
8 mo., 1883, Ann* (Winslow) Rogers, b. 24 Sept 1790, Falmouth, now Portland, 
Me., dau. of Oliver* and Sarah (Hanson) of F. She married 8d, Vassalboro, 23 
Nov. 1837, Josiah JONES, b. 20 Feb. 1792, Brunswick, Me., s. of Stephen and 
Eunice (Hacker) of B. He died in 1867; was an elder of the Society of Friends 
[See 12080]. Vawdbara^ Me. 

Children born in Vassalboro: 

11082. 1. HBzicKfAH\ b. 7 d., 5 mo., 1806, Vassalboro; marrieJ there, in Friends 

meeting, 25 d., 11 mo., 1829, Rebecca (Starkey) Wing, dau. of Moses 
Starkey, of V., and Eunice, who was probably dau. of John and Eliza- 
beth Fabcr, of Portland, Me. , Farmer. Res. 1876, East Vassalboro^ Me. 

Children, according to Friends Monthly Meeting Record: 

11083. 1. Daniel-Starkey*, b. 29 d., 8 mo., 1830; d. d., 5 mo., 1838. 

11084. 2. Mary-Elizabeth*, b. 12 d., 8 mo., iS'.V^; m. lo d., 11 mo., 1854, 

Stephen-Nichols TABEB, s. of Daniel and Rebecca ( ) of 

Vassalboro, Me, 

Children bom in Vassalboro: 
11084*.t 1. Al/red'Henry', b. 29 d., 10 mo., 1856. 

11084^ 2. Aliee-BOeeoa^ b. 20 d., 2 mo., 1859. 

11084*. 3. Maria-WiiW, b. 14 d., 10 mo., 1861. 

11084*. ' 4. Frank-Daniel^, b. 19 d., 2 mo., 1865. 

11085. 8. Charlei-Henry*, b. 24 d., 8 mo., 1837; m. 8 d., 8 mo., 1863, Angelia 

Marden, dau. of Samuel and Margaret ( ) of V. 

Children: 
11085*. 1. lFi7Zw«i-Je^ti^*n«*, b. 8d., 9mo., 1866. 

11085^ 2. Herbert-Hezekiafi^ b. 4 d., 1 mo., 1869. 

11085«. 8. EUa-BAece^, b. 12 d., 8 mo., 1871. 

11085*. 4. Samud-Marden; b. 12 d., 12 mo., 1874. 

11086. 4. George- Hamilton*, b. 17 d., 6 mo., 1843; m. 81 d., 12 mo., 1865, 

Lizzie- Francis Sibley, d. of Peter and Esther ( ) of Sidney, Me. 

Children : 

11087. 1. Oeorge-Lineol