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The funeral of ViTiUiam· Russell
WOGdside' was held yesterday after-

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noon from his late home at Bun-
gan uc, the- 'services being conducted
by Rev. A. E. Kelley. Mr. \Yood-
side's death occurred on Tuesday l.. -1. 4 J( ~
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and resulted from pneumonia. His 1
age was 69 years, 4 months and 9
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days. He was born in this town, the
son of Owen and Rebecca (Page)
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Woodside. His wife and three ~ ( t( J./ ~.'-t J j)
daughters 'survive him, 'Miss Grace,
'\ who is missionary in India, Mrs, -'~~.l~Ji""~6
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. Charles Carruthers and Miss Harriet
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brothe;-, John O. Woodside and a
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Woodside is a man who will be
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Frances Marston Woodside


Daughter of John Owen Woodside
and Mary Elisabeth Fisher Marston

) John OWen Woodside ~~


Son of Owen Woodside
and Rebecca Mathews Page

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Owen Woodside
Son of John Woodside
and Elizabeth Owen

John Woodside
Son of Vincent Woodside
and Mary Lemont

Vincent Woodside
Son of Capt. William Woodside
and Anne Vincent

" Capt. William Woodside


Son of Rev. James Woodside
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WOODSIDE FAMIIX. 1.

1st Generation •
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.. Rev. James Woodside was born and educated in England, and took
-._--" orders in the Church of England. Previous
to 1718 he was preaching in a Presbyterian Church in Garvago
in the Bann Valley, Ireland, to the Scotch-Irish. In the
summer of 1718, Rev. James Woodside and his sons William and
James, with 40 families of about 160 sailed from Derry Lough,
Ireland. They landed in Falmouth then settled in Brunswick~
He and his son William built a large blockhouse at Maquoit.
In 1718, the proprietors of B~nswick, who were Puritans
and the Scotch Presbyterian settlers, invited him to preach
for six months on probation. He preached here at the Fort
at the Falls. He was not puritanical enough to suit the
settlers, so in 1720 he returned to England and his son
James soon followed, but his son William remained and be-
came a prominent man in the Settlement.
In 1726, Rev. James Woodside sent an oil Portrait of
himself, painted by Gibson, to his son. A descendent has
Willed the painting to the First Parish Congregational
Church in Brunswick.

2nd Generation
~. Capt. William Woodside of the second generation, son of
Rev. James Woodside, was born in
1703 and came to this country in 1718. He died in Bruns-
wick Jan. 31, 1778, aged 75 years.
He obtained command of the Blockhouse at Maquoit in
1726. In 1727 he was commissioned Captain of a Company
of Soldiers from Brunswick, Me., during the Indian Wars
of 1727 and was afterwards appointed Chaplain of the Army
at the Siege of Louisburg in 1750. He received his comm-
iSSion as Chaplain from Lord ~don. He was a well known
Indian trader, was also justice of the peace and acted as
trial justice.
Capt. Woodside's service in his Company in 1727 was
52 weeks and 3 days, his payment being four pounds per
month. He served in Capt. David Dunning's Alarm List in
1757, and with him his sons Vincent and William Jr.
Capt. William Woodside married at Brunswick, Anne
Vincent, who died Dec. 1, 1745, aged 40 years. She was
the daughter of Capt. William Vincent, one of the pioneer
settlers of BrunSWick, and his wife Anna , who
died Oct. 5, 1798, aged 63 years. Capt. William Vincent
was located at the west end of Brunswick in 1752.
On April 30th, 1747, the marriage intentions of Capt.
W1lliam Woods1de and Jean Christy of Boston, Mass. were
pub~ah.d, but no record of this marriage has ever been
;"",' tovac1. In 174' he recei ~ed a deed from the First Church
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WOODSIDE FAMILI, Contd.

in Boston for 350 acres of land in the westermost end ot


Maquoit, beginning at Puggymuggy River. The York County
deeds state that the price paid for this land was 50 pounds.

, His will was dated May 10th, 1776. It was written


by Vaster George Harwood, and Capt. Woodside's son-in-law,
Deacon Samuel Stanwood, was the executor. His gravestone
is in Old First Parish Cemetery.
Children of Capt. Wm. Woodside and Anne Vincent;
3rei generation

-, 1. James Woodside, born Sept. 18, 1727; died


Jan. 30, 1741
* 2. Vincent Woodside, born Sept. 25, 1729, died
Sept. 13, 1802, married Mary Lemont, daughter
of John Lemont and Elizabeth McLanathan.
3. Anna Woodside, born Aug. 19, 1731, married
Richard Starbird.
4. William Woodsidetl.Jr., born Oct. 11, 1733, died
, Oct. 14, 180l, married
Elizabeth Hunter.
5. Margaret Woodside, born Jan. 20, 1735; died Mar.
24, 1798; married Judah Chase.
6. ~Woodside, born March 5, 1738; died Sept. 1812,
married Aug. 26, 1776, Deacon Samuel
Stanwood.
7. Anthony Woodside, born May 23, 1740; died Feb. 25,
1806; married Mrs. Sarah McFarland •
.
8. Jean Woodside, born March 14, 1742; died Mar. 28,
1778; married James Dunning.
9. Sarah Woodside, born Jan. 13, 1744. Probably died ~
in youth.
,rd2. Generation
Vincent Woodside
was born Sept. 25, 1729 in Brunswick,
died in Brunswick Sept. 13, 1802. He
was a soldier in Capt. David Dunning's Alarm List 1757, Selectman
in 1763. Married Dec. 1, 1753 Mary Lemont, born in Georgetown
1727, died in Brunswick Oct. 12, 1826, aged 99 years. She
was daughter ot John Lemont, born in Lpndonderry, Ireland in
1704, died in Georgetown, Me. He came to America at 18
years and married Mrs. Elizabeth McLanathan of Ireland.
Their ch1ldren, 4th Generation;
1. ~ Woods1de, born July 15, 1755; died 1784; married
Oot. 29, 178, A1exander:Robertson ot
Brunawiok.
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WOODSIDE FAMILY, Contd.

5th Gen.
Mary Robertson, married Jotham Varney.
5th Gen.

, John Robertson, lived in Weld, Me., Married

4th Generation.
6th Gen.
Oldest son married Octavia Skolfield.
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2. William WoodSide, who died Nov. 1, 1844 aged 71 years


married Mrs. Susan (Dunlap) Dunning.
She was the daughter of Samuel Dunlap and Susanna Stan-
wood. She married first Andrew Dunning. She was born
Aug. 23, 1783; died Mar. 16, 1833. No children
4th Generation
3. Sarah WoodSide, born Aug. 5, 1761; died May 7, 1858,
aged 96 years, 9 mos. Married Mar.
1791, Edmund Mountfort, born in Falmouth Apr. 7, 1764,
died in BrunSwick May 6, 1823, aged 58 yrs., 9 mos.
4th Generation
4. Vincent Woodside Jr. born in Brunswick May 21, 1763,
married Aug. 29, 1793 his cousin
Elizabeth WoodSide, born at Brunswick May 17, 1771,
the daughter of William Woodside and Elizabeth Hunter.
He was a farmer at Bunganock and built a mill there.
4th Generation
.>fi, 5. John Woodside born Jan. 25, 1769; died Dec. 25, 1856;
married Oct. 15, 1797, Elizabeth Owen,
born in Port land, May 29, 1771; di ed May 15, 1830, aged
69 years, the daughter of William Owen and Mary Dunning.
4th Generation
6. Elizabeth WoodSide, deceased unmarried.
4th Generation
7. Margaret WoodSide, married July 17, 1792, Stephen Minott.
5th Gen.
Mary Minott, Mar. James Sampson of Bowdoinham
6th Gen. Henrietta Sampson, Mar. Robert Butter-
field of Bowdoinham.
4th Generat10n
4 Jane WoodSide, who died June 4th, 1823; Mar. Oct. 11,
1798, Joseph Warren Eaton, born 17--,
died in spring of 1857. His father was at the battle
of Bunker Hill and named the son after Gen. Warren.
Joseph Warren Eaton was a farmer and bricklayer.
WOODSIDE FAMILY, Contd. 4.

5th Gen.
Edward Woodside Eaton, born Mar. 6, 1799, died
Mar. 14, 1872. A master

, mariner at Bowdoinham. Married Ann Eisher who


died 1833.
6th Gen.
Isaac W. F. Eaton, born June 24, 1839. An artist
and engraver. Unmarried.
6th Gen. Mary Eaton, born Dec. 18, 1846
5th Gen. Warren Eaton, born Apr. 29, 1802; died
Dec. 26, 1818
5th Gen. Clarissa Eaton, born Sept. 10, 1804; died 1806
5th Gen. Ithias Eaton, born Apr. 14, 1810; marri ed a
Miss Bryant.
!2th Gen. Mary Eaton, born June 1807; died when past 80.
5th Gen. Eliza Eaton, born Apr. 16, 1813; died Aug. 7,
1813. I

5th Gen. Ann Lemont Eaton, born June 22, 1814, died
Apr. 16, 1877, married
Oct. 6, 1840 Harrison R. Hubbard born in
Vermont.
4th Generation
Sarah Woodside, born in Brunswick Aug. 5, 1761; died
l1ay 7, 1858, aged 96 years; married Mar.
1791 to Edmond Mountfort, born Falmouth Apr. 7, 1864, died
in Brunswick May 6, 1823.
The Children:
5,th Gen. ' 8
Hannah Mountfort, born Dec. 17, 1792; died June ,
1892, aged 99 years; married
7 ,Jan. 28, 1816 Capt. Anthony Morse"born Brunswick
, Feb'. 14, 1793; died Dec. 28, 1875, son of Capt.
Anthony Morse and Susannah Eliott.
6th Gen.
Eleanor Dunning Morse, born Feb. 2, 1817;
died Feb. 28, 1900
married Oct. 10, 1833, Timothy Foster Brad-
ley, born in Brunswick June 3, 1812; died
Aug. 23, 1866, aged 74, son of Foster Brad-
ley &Di1. Phoebe Stearns •
.
6th CHi.
Catherine Woodside Morse, born 1818; died 1819.
6th Gen.
Juliette Morse, born Feb. 4, 1821. Died in the west.
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WOODSIDE FAKI~J Contd.

6th Gen. Contd.


Sarah Jane Morse, born Feb. 11, 1826; Marr1ed
Aug. 2~849, Capt. Joseph Ewing Snow, born
in Brunswick, Feb. 18, 1818; died London, Eng.,
July 6, 18~1, aged 33 yrs.
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6th Gen.
Catherine Woodside Morse, born in Brunswick
July 11, 1827;
married in Boston, Mass., July 11, 1849 to
James Gre Munroe of Boston, but born in
Waterford, Maine, Aug. 11, 1826, son of
William Munroe & Elizabeth Atherton. He died
June 6, 1890. Many years a farmer in Wash1ng-
ton State.
6th Gen.
George Washington Morse, born BrunSWick, Apr.
23, 1830; mar. May
13, 1866, 1~s. Mary C. Leary, nee Miss McCrack-
en, born in Australia in 1839. A farmer in
Washington State and sea captain.
6th Gen.
Andrew Jackson Morse, born Dec. 31, 1832,
died Jan. 1, 1833.
6th Gen.
Mar1a Morse, died 1 week after b1rth.

4th Generation
Second child of Sarah Woods1de and Edmund Mountfort:_
5th Gen.
John Mountfort, born Brunswick, Nov. 28, 1794,
died Jan. 7, 1795.
5th Gen.
Mary Mountfort, born Jan. 11, 1796, died April 2, 1875;
mar. June 24, 1832 Abizer Snow, born in
Brunswick.
6th Gen.
Wm. M. Snow, b. Dec. 1832; d. Mar. 19, 1833.
6th Gen.
Rodney Forsaith Snow, b. Dec. 21, 1834;
d. June 6, 1835.
6th Gen.
Gilbert K. Snow, b. Dec. 21, 1834; d. at Havana,
Cuba, July 13, 1856
6.
WOODSIDE FAMILY, Contd.
6th Gen., Contd.
Sidney A. Snow, b. Dec. 21, 1834; d. Mar. 10,
1874; mar. Dec. 29, 1869,
Mary Purington, b. Sept. 3, 1834, dau. of Rev.
Elisha Purington.
6th Gen.
Rodney Forsaith Snow, b. May 17, 1837. Died at
sea, date unknown.
6th Gen.
Sarah M. Snow, b. Brunswick May 2, 1838; mar.
June 28, 1859, Geo. E. Parsons,
born Brunswick May 2, 1835; died May 23, 1895,
son of Edw. Thoit Parsons and Janet Kincaid.
5th Gen:
Esther Mountfort. b. Brunswick June 11, 1196, d. at
Harpswell, Me., April 21, 1882; mar.
David Wilson, b. Brunswick, Me., Aug. 24, 1193, d. May
5, 1840, the son of Deacon James Wilson and Keziah
Chandler.
5th Gen.
William Mountfort, b. July 20, 1198; d. April 19, 1894;
Mar. Feb. 26, 1824 to Margaret Camp-
bell, b. St. George, New Brunswick, Jan. 19, 1808, d.
Oct. 28, 1866.
6th Gen.
Vincent Mountfort, b. Feb. 28, 1825; killed Sept. 16,
1864 on the James River. Mar. at
Bowdoin, Maine, Mar. 4, 1841, Mary Ann Harmon, born
New Gloucester, Me., dau. of Joseph Harmon and Ellen
Philbrook,
6th Gen.
John Mountfort, b. Aug. 4, 1828; mar. Mary Robinson
of Belfast, Me. (Appa's parents.)
6th Gen.
Sarah Evelyn Mountfobt, b. Oct. 1, 1830, lived at
Bowdoin, Me., mar. Apr. 1,
1854, Cornelius Tarbox Anderson, b. Gardiner, Me.,
Aug. 27, 1836.
6th Gen.
Margaret Ann Mountfort, b. Aug. 20, 1836; d. 1875.
6th Gen.
Mary Etta Mountfort, b. Cct. 19, 1832; mar. John
·,Aubens b. July 3, 1834, son
of Albert G. Aubens and Mary B. Grover.
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WOODSIDE FAMI~, Contd.

6th Gen. Contd.


Hannah Maria Mountfort, b. Dec. 9, 1837, resided at
Bowdoin, Me., mar. Apr. 20.
1862, Chas. H. Merryman of Bowdoin.

, 6th Gen.
Rebecca Raymond Mountfort, b. Aug. 27, 1839, lived
at Great Island; mar.
Nov. 28, 1858, Samuel Trufant, Jr., b. July 29, 1837.
6th Gen. Wm. Mounttort, Jr., b. Mar. 9, 1842; mar. Aug. 7,
1877, Clara Hall, b. Bowdoin, Me.,
Oct. 21, 1853, dau. of A1Dert Hall and Mary
6th Gen.
Geo. Washington Mountfort, b. Mar. 17, 1844
d. Oct. 2, 1886.
6th Gen.
Albert Mountfort, b. May 24, 1847, lived Nashua, N. H.,
mar. Jan. 2, 1886, Hattie Abbott, b.
Orono, April 16, 1864, dau. Oscar Abbott and Margaret
A. Jewett.
6th Gen.
Edw. Franklin Mountfort, b. Jan. 1, 1850
d. Aug. 17, 1850
6th Gen.
Ada Isabel Mountfort, b. Oct. 10, 1854; mar. Dec. 24,
1896, Isaac William Coombs,
b. West Bath, Mar. 28, 1854, son of Hiram Coombs and
Esther Ann Rogers.

The sixth child of Sarah Woodside and Edmund Mountfort:


5th Gen.
Vincent Mountfort, b. Brunswick July 20, 1801, d. Apr. 19,
1850; mar. Rebecca Matthews Raymond,
b. Mar. 15, 1805; d. July 23, 1869, dau. of Anthony Coombs
and Mary Whitehouse.
6th Gen.
a daughter, b. 1827; died same day.
6th Gen.
Edmond Mounttort, b. Mar. 19, 1828; d •. 2 yrs.
6th Gen.
Edmond Mountfort, b. Mar. 9, 1831, lived in Ca11fornia.
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WOODSIDE FAMILY, Contd.

'. 6th Gen. Contd.


Warren Eaton Kountfort, b. Oct. 3, 1834, died in Boston,
aged 75 yrs. Mar. Jan 31, 1865,
Abbie Eliza Alexander, born June 2, 1840, died July 2,

,
1872, dau. of Hiram King Alexander and Sarah Phinney.
6th Gen.
Capt. Robert Mitchell Mountfort, b. Dec. 7, 1837; d. at
Tacoma, Washington,
July 1, 1914; mar. Dec. 1868, Helen Susan Hunt, Bruns-
wick, dau. of Jeremiah Hunt and Salome Woodside.
6th Gen.
Ellen Maria Mountfort, b. Sept. 13, 1840; d. in Bruns-
wick, 1917, aged 77 yrs.; mar.
Nov. 21, 1858, Joseph Arthur Woodside, b. Magnadavie,
New Brunswick, June 25, 1836; d. Brunswick, Me., May
20, 1898, son of Arthur Woodside and Phoebe Monroe.
6th Gen.
James Henry Mountfort, b. Mar. 21, 1844; d. at sea
Dec. 20, 1871.
6th Gen.
AhthbnT Raymond Mountfort, b. July 19, 1847; mar. Feb.
16, 1870, Marcia Jane Hogan,
b. Bowdoin, Me., July 4, 1849, dau. of Adihoram Hogan
and Jane Dunham.

5th Gen.
Margaret Mountfort, b. July 1, 1804, d. Mar. 2, 1898; mar.
Warren Eaton, b. Oct. 1787; d. 1857.
5th Gen.
Elizabeth Mountfort, b. Apr. 15, 1807,; d. 1880; mar.
Capt. Robert Mitchell.

Records of Vincent Woodside of the 4th Generation,


Son of Vincent Woodside ani Mary Lamont.
4th Gen.
Vincent Woodside, b. Brunswick, Me. ,. May 21, 1763; mar. Aug.
29, 1793, Elizabeth Woodside, b. Brunswick,
Me., May. 17, 1771, dau. of Wm. Woodside and Elizabeth Hunter.
5th Gen.
Mary C. Woodside, b. May 21, 1794; d. Sept. 13, 1881, aged
86 years. Called Polly Woodside. Adopt-
.- ed by her grandmother, Mrs. WIl. Woodsid~, when 18~ld.
WOODSIDE FAMILY, Contd. 9.
5th Gen •• Contd.
Robert Patten Woodside, b. Mar. 6, 1796; d. Apr. 29, 1865;
mar. July 29, 1823, Elizabeth Alex-
ander, b. Brunswick, June 11, 1797; d. June 4, 1875; dau.
or William Alexander and Betsy Campbell.
6th Gen.
Caroline G. Frances Woodside, b. Jan. 6, 1824; mar.
Edward James of Bruns-
wick, Jan. 21, 1851, who died Feb. 1889.
6th Gen.
Mary Elizabeth Woodside, b. May 8, 1826; d. May 27,
1896; mar. Jan. 10, 1860,
James R. Hawkes, b. in Portland, Jan. 22, 1817, d.
May 8, 1891.
6th Gen. Hiram Alexander Woodside, b. Dec. 2, 1828, d.
Mar. 10, 1910; mar.
Mar. 16, 1856, Emily A. (Cook) Harmon, b. New Gloucester,
Me., Feb. 25, 1830, dau. of Joseph H. Cook of Topsham,
who married Roxanna Haskell of New Gloucester, Me., Emily
A. Cook Harmon, married 1st, John C. Harmon of Brunswick.
6th Gen.
Aletta Raymond Woodside, b. Nov. 8, 1830; mar. Nov.
27, 1851, Thomas J. Henry,
b. Dec. 11, 1812, d. June 14, 1890.
6th Gen.
Harriet Amanda Woodside, b. May 13, 1837; mar. June
June 19, 1862, Barzi11ai R.
Miller, b. in Boston Jan. 18, 1836.
5th Gen.
Capt. Benjamin Woodside, b. Nov. 29, 1797; d. Aug. 6, 1880.
Sea Capt. and then farmer; mar. 1st,
Mary Eliza Merryman, b. Brunswick, Me., Sept. 6, 1796, d.
July 2, 1839, dau. of Thomas Merryman and Mary Melcher.
Mar. 2nd L Zoa Melcher, b. Brunswick Feb. 19, 1812, d. Apr.
28, 1848, dau. of Noah Melcher and Susanna Purinton.
Married 3rd, Rebecca Spear Dunning, b. Dec. 2, 1806; d,
Jan. 10, 1864, dau. of
Robert DUEning.
Children of 1st marriage;
6th Gen.
Capt. Thomas Barzi11ai Woodside, b. Feb. 28, 1828;
d. Sept. 22, 1854.

6th Gen.
Anna Woodside, b. Brunswlck, Dec. 11, 1829, d. Medford,
Mass., Ju17 18, 1918; mar. Sept. 28,
1854, George Washlngton .eans, b. Freeport, Me., Sept.
28, 1826; died at Medtord, Kass., Jan. 10, 1913, ~.
80n ot 'lhomas M!an8 and his 2nd wite, Margaret Chase.
WOODSIDE FAMILY, Contd. w.
6th Gen., Contd.
John Averill Woodside, b. Feb. 1, 1832; d. Mar. 26,
1856, aged 24 yrs.
6th Gen.
Mary Elizabeth WoodSide, b. Aug. 6, 1834; d. Apr. 19,
1900; Mar. Jan. 27, 1859,
Henry Seth Joyce, who died Mar. 24, 1887.
6th Gen.
BenJ. F. Woodside, b. July 6, 1836;.d. Dec. 1839.
Children of 2nd marriage;
6th Gen.
Capt. Marshall Augustus Woodside, b. Feb. 27, 1841;
d. in California,
May 21, 1908.
6th Gen.
Georgianna Woodside, b. Dec. 13, 1842; d. Nov. 2, 1847.
6th Gen.
Vincent Woodside, b. Aug. 5, 1844; d. Nov. 8, 1847.
6th Gen.
Josephine Woodside, b. May 10, 1846;
Children of third marriage;
6th Gen.
Georgianna Woodside, b. Aug. 30, 1852; mar. Leonard
Hazen. Lived in Somerville, Mass.
6th Gen.
Sarah A. Woodside, b. Jan. 9, 1854.
6th Gen.
Florance Woodside, b. Apr. 12, 1855; d. Dec. 3, 1856.
6th Gen.
John A. Woodside, b. Sept. 20, 1856; d. Dec. 1856.

The Fourth Child of Vincent Woodside and Elizabeth Woodside;


5th Gen.
Capt. Wm. Woodside, b. Brunswick, Dec. 17, 1799; d. Apr. 8,
1859; mar. Oct. 24, 1832, Catherine C.
Chase, b. Brunswick, Oct. 13, 1805; d. July 16, 1887., dau.
Samuel Chase and Mary Stanwood.
6th Gen.
Mary S. Woodside, b. Oct. 22, 1833; d. Nov. 24, 1920.
6th Gen.
Wm. Henry Woodside, b. July 4, 1835; d. in Peru, Apr. 21,.
1853, aged 17 yrs.
11.
WOODSIDE FAMILl, Contd.
6th Gen. Contd.
I

Julia M. Woodside, b. May 5, 1837; d. Aug. 22, 1918.


6th Gen.
Frances Amelia Woodside, b. May 21, 1839; d. June 9, 1913.
6th Gen.
Capt. Arthur Vincent Woodside, b. Nov. 17, 1841; d.
Nov. 25, 1877.
6th Gen.
Edward H. Woodside; b. Mar. 21, 1847; d. May 1, 1928.
5th Gen.
Arthur Woodside, b. Brunswick d. in Brunswick, 1856;
. mar. Phoebe Monroe, b. Magnadavie, , New
Brunswick, 1824, dau. of Joseph Monroe of Hardwick, Mass.
(a cousin of Pres. Monroe) who married Fanny Varden, dau.
of Capt. Varden, commander of an English Man-Of-War, who
married Frances Milliken.
6th Gen.
Frances Elizabeth Woodside, b. Jan. 25, 1825; mar.
in New Brunswick, June 27,
1857, Stephen Young, who died in 1859; a mi11man at
Magnad~e; , New Brunswick.

6th Gen.
Benjamin Woodside, died at about 2 years.
6th Gen.
Mary Ann Woodside, b. June 24, 1829; d. 1903; mar.
Sept. 12, 1851, James Andrew
Gummer, born Brunswick, July 23, 1826; d. June 6,
1890, son of Samuel Gummer and Eleanor Dunning.
6th Gen.
Vincent Woodside, b. Oct. 25, 1833; mar. Feb. 28,
1862, Mary F. Brown, born Boston,
died July 13, 1890, dau. of Nathaniel Brown and Mary
G •
6th Gen.
Joseph Arthur Woodside, b. M~~vie" New Brunswick,
June 25, 1836; d. M~ 30, 1898;
in Brunswick, Maine; .ar.~Nov. 21, 1858, Ellen Maria
Mountfort, b. Sept. 13, 1840.
6th Gen.
Emma Varden Woodside, b. Jan. 3, 1838; d. June 23,
1907,.lived in Medford, Mass.,
married Nathaniel Allen ot 'Richmond, Maine.
6th Gen.
Geo. Alphonso W006l1iide, b. Dec. 18, 1840; mar. liar.
12, 1868, Clar1ssa K. Hunt,
who "died Jan.· 18, 1892.
WCODSIDE FAMILY, Contd. 12.

6th Gen.! Contd.


Clara Woodside, b. June 1843, lived in Medford; mar.
Apr. 1859, Geo. Hooker of Medford.
6th Gen.
Alice Rebecca Woodside, b. Feb. 1845; mar. John
Wiggin of Mou1tqnboro, N. H.,
who died 1892.
6th Gen.
Janette Woodside, b. Mar. 1, 1848; mar. Geo. Porter,
Medford, Mass.
6th Gen.
Elizabeth Woodside, died May 1878.

Records of John Woodside of the 4th Generation,


son of Vincent Woodside and Mary Lemont.
4th Gen.
~ John Woodside, born in Brunswick Jan. 25, 1769; died bec. 25,
1856. A farmer at Brunswick. Married Oct. 15,
1797, Elizabeth Owen, born May 29, 1771; died May 15, 1830,
aged 69 yrs., daughter of Wm. Owen and Mary Dunning. .
1f~h ~I Ow ~r7/ a r~ de--h ~ .. ( " 13 r ~ 71.,J- w;,- h.. .,..l3cJ Tit .. ~...~u d .s 1.,[' Te r 7.:::>
Their children: €/,··:&.db~ rh (!J,..,en
5th Gen.
Samuel Woodside, born Apr. 25, 1799; died Feb. 22, 1872.
Lived in Portland, Me.
Mar. (1). Emily Harford
" (2). Sarah Haley
Children of the first marriage:
Emily Woodside; mar. Alvin Neal.
Jane Woodside; mar. Chas. Wells.
5th Gen.
Lemont WoodSide, b. June 28, 1801; d. Feb. 15, 1850; mar.
Elizabeth Dunning.
Their children:
6th Gen.
Rachel Woodside, mar. Gustavus Shanning.
6th Gen.
Harriet Augusta Woodside, mar. June 1855, Rev. James
Barbour Crawford, who died
Mar. 31, 1869, aged 40 years, Pri~of Bucksport Sem.
6th Gen.
Samuel WoodSide, Mar. Lucinda Rodick.
6th Gen. ---
Winf1eld Scott Wood.ide, died in 1865.
WOODSIDE FAMI~, Contd. 13.
5th Gen.
K Owen Woodside, b. Apr. 18, 1803; d. Apr. 15, 1865; mar.
Dec. 12, 1833, Rebecca Matthews Page, born
June 10, 1802; died Sept. 3, 1893, dau. of Dr. Wm. Page
and Charity Matthews.
6th Gen.
Elizabeth Owen Woodside, born Nov. 17, 1834; died
b.lf?-q!Ji~q May 8, 1895; mar. Feb. 7,
1854, Josia.n Luht .J.4-. /1 I / 'j-
,<fIji IS''> t.>/;;z../Y.:J. .
Children; Rebecca~ James~' John, b. !S///i"~'
Abbie ,~. V.:.tfH' Josiah Jr., b.ll/~/>.r"¥
f.1L
6th Gen.
Abbie Neal Woodside, b. June 25, 1836; mar. Oct. 1,
1856, John H. Peterson.
Their children; William Owen, Freddie, Emmy, Nellie A.
6th Gen.
John Owen Woodside, b. Aug. 30, 1838; d. Brunswick,
Me.• , Sept. 15, 1916; mar. Jan.
1, 1865, Mary E. F. Marston, who died Sept. 15,
1873, dau. of John Marston and Mary Jane Fisher.
Their children;
Frances Marston and Carrie Russell.
6th Gen: d.
William Russell Woodside, b. Jan. 2, 1840; mar.
June 1st, 1870, Laura
J. Marriner, born Mar. 11, 1848; died Jan. 15,
1920, dau. of Jedediah Marriner and Eliza Ann
Woodside.
6th Gen: d,'i ,b r; ~ 'J.) / S- f.)-
Chas. Page Woodside, born Dec. 31, 1842, deceased.
6th Gen.
Lucy Moody Woodside, b. May 22, 1846; d. Aug. 30, 1850. ?
I !'i>".. -r-
L;'~ ,
,'7I If-So

5th Gen.
Harriet WoodSide, b. Mar. 10, 1805; d. Dec. 28, 1892; mar.
Apr. 8, 1838, James Couillard, born
It Bath, Dec. 6, 1806.
6th Gen.
Charles Couillard, b. Aug. 29, 1840; d. Apr. 3, 1880;
mar. June 1, 1863, Arrabine
Wil11ams, born Feb. 28, 1841.
5th Gen.
David Woodside, b. Apr. 29. 1807; d. Oct. 17, 1875; mar. 1n
New 'tork. 01 ty, Ell zabeth Phinney.
14.
WOODSIDE FAMI~, Contd.

6th Gen.
Walter Woodside.
6th Gen.
Cora Woodside
6th Gen.
Other children

5th Gen.
Eliza Ann Woodside, born Mar. 1814, died MaY 10, 1881; aar.
Nov. 11, 1843, Jedediab~arriner.~)j~~~~~
6th Gen.
Mary Lavina Marriner, b. . - , 1--. d. mar.
Geo. Clea1i:8.s. ..::.

6th Gen.
Laura J. Marriner, born Mar. 11, 1848; d. l:9-a.9 ;jlf:2 0
mar. Wm. Russell Woodside.
6th Gen.
Ha~'ie E. Marriner, born Jan. 27, 1850; ated Feb.
12, 1899.
6th Gen.
Lucy Owen Marriner, died in youth.
6th Gen. lt5'bi
Effie L. Marriner, born June 28, ~; mar.
Edwin Springer.
5th Gen.
Lucy Moody Woodside, b. Sept. 3, 1809; died June 1, 1812.
5th Gen.
Esther Woodside, b. Dec. 7, 1812; d. Feb. 6, 1890; Mar.
Squire Stanwood.
5th Gen.
Charles Woodside, born Mar. 14, 1818; died Dec. 2, 1883;
mar. Mary Cobb.

Records of Anna Woodside of the 3rd Generation.


3rd Gen.
Anna Woodside, b. Brunsw1ck, ... , Aug. 19, 1731; mar. 1nten-
tions to Richard Starbird of Brunswick,.Me.,
Oct. 19, 1750, son of Thomas Starbird and Abigail Dam
of Dover, N. H.
15.
WOODSIDE FAMILY, Contd.
4th Gen.
Anna Starbird, b. Brunswick, Me., 1751; died at Bristol, Me.,
Mar. 1812; mar. 1773, John Huston, who was
born 1743 at Bristol, Me.
5th Gen.
Wm. Huston, b. Sept. 21, 1774; d. Oct. 28, 1824; mar. Dec.
21, 1800, Betsy Huston, b. May 13, 1768; d.
Nov. 12, 1836.
5th Gen.
Jack Huston, mar. 1820, Sally Hunt of Strong, Me., Their
daughter, Nancy Jane Huston, mar. William
Stewart. His son, John Stewart, has the old Richard
Starbird Bible.
5th Gen.
James Huston, mar. Nancy Nichols.
5th Gen.
Sally Huston, b. Feb. 9, 1781; d. July 1859; mar. 1800,
Robert Huston, Bristol, Me.
Grand-daughter mar. Wm. Clark Achorn.
5th Gen.
Betsy Huston, unmarried.
5th Gen.
Ann Huston, mar. Thomas Stevenson of Belfast, Me.

2nd child Ann Woodside and Richard Starbird.


4th Gen.
Mary Starbird, born 1757; died Bristol 1837
4th Gen.
Susan Starbird, died in Brunswick when young.
4th Gen.
Sarah Starbird, b. at Brunswick in 1764; d. 1862; mar. James
Huston of Bristol, a cousin of her sister
Ann's husband. He was born 1763 and died soon after his
marriage. She married 2nd, about 1805, Wm. Huston, born
1764; died April 1846 -- a brother of her first husband.
Children of 2nd marriage:
5th Gen.
Esther Huston, b. Oct. 29, 1805; d. 1881; mar. Nov. 21,
1833, Thaddeus Weeks,"- o. Jefferson, Me.,
Feb. 10, 1799; d. at Newcastle, Jan. 31, 1778
6th Gen.
Laura Weeks. born 1842; died Oct. 1919; mar. Jan.
10.- 1870. 'rhODlaS C. Kennedy.
WOODSIDE FAMILl, Contd. 16.
5th Gen.
James G1lmore Huston, b. 1809, l1ved at Damar1scotta;
mar. 1838, Eme11ne N1chols, who
died in 1867.

Records of William Woodside of 3rd Generation.


3rd Gen.
William WOOdSid~b. Maquoit, Brunswick, Me., Oct. 11, 1733;
l' d. Apr. 4, 1801. In 1757 member of David
Dunning's alarm list of soldiers, selectman 1756 - 1770 and
1771; mar. Elizabeth Hunter, b. in Topsham, Me., Sept. 13,
1733; d. Oct. 5, 1798; dau. of Adam Hunter and Mary Lithgow.
4th Gen.
Anna Woodside, b. Dec. 3, 1755; mar. Jan. 12, 1803,
Ebenezer Stanwood of Brunswick, Me.
4th Gen.
William WoodSide, Jr., b. Apr. 24, 1760; d. May 12, 1816,
in his 57th year. Mar. Nov. 9,
1782, Katherine Haddon, born Brunswick, Mar. 2, 1759; d.
Apr. 20, 1833 or 53.
4th Gen.
Mary Woodside, b. Sept. 3, 1763; d. Feb. 11, 1807; mar.
Mar. 27, 1788, John Haddon, b. Brunswick,
Me., Mar. 3, 1764; d. Bowdoinham, Cct. 6, 1828, abn of
Geo. Haddon & Elizabeth Potter.
4th Gen.
Capt. James Woodside, b. June 19, 1768; d. Aug. 8, 1855;
mar. Annie Lemont, who d. Apr. 25,
1868. No children.
X 4th Gen.
Elizabeth WoodSide, b. May 17, 1771; mar. Aug. 29, 1793,
Vincent WoodSide, b. May 21, 1763,
son of Vincent Woodside and Mary Lamont.
4th Gen.
Adam WoodSide, b. Oct. 24, 1773; d. Nov. 1815. Lived
at Maquoit; mar. Feb. 23, 1796, Ha4nah
Chase, who died Nov. 10, 1822, aged 49 years. She
married 2nd time Thomas Lamont.
The children:
5th Gen.
Margaret WoodSide, b. 1797; d. Feb. 8, 1860, aged 63 yrs.;
liar. Dec. 17, 1818, Samuel Graffam. No
oh1ldren.

\
WOODSIDE FAMILY, Contd. 17.
5th Gen.
Susanna Woodside, mar. Joseph Graffaml b. Brunswick, June,
1800; d. Oct. 13, 1~62.

6th Gen.

,
Emery Graffam.
5th Gen.
Elizabeth Woodside. Unmarried.
5th Gen.
Mary Ann Woodside, mar. Wm. Starbird, born Brunswick, Oct.
11, 1811, son of Wm. Starbird and Ruth
Graffam.
5th Gen.
Child died Nov. 10, 1825, aged 20 yrs.
5th Gen.
Nancy Wo.odside, b. 1802; d. June 4, 1886; mar. WID. i~&p
~., b. Brunswick, Me., Sept. 11,
./1;7t(~~ 1796;
.., d. Sept. 5, 1853 •
6th Gen.
Charles Woodside Stanwood, b. June 12, 1827.
6th Gen.
Capt. Hugh Dunlap Stanwood, b. Nov. 10, 1829, lost at sea
Dee. 1860, aged 31 yrs.
6th Gen.
Robt. J. Stanwood, lost at sea 1860, aged 20 yrs.
6th Gen.
George M. Stanwood, Lived in So. Portland. Mar. June
1863, Mary Ross. No children.

6th Gen.
James W. Stanwood, b. 1846; d. Sept. 11, °1846.

Records of Wm. Woodside of 4th Generation.


4th Gen.
Wm. Woodside, Jr., b. Maquoit, April 24, 1760; d. May 12, 1816.
Mar. ·Nov. 9, 1182, Katherine Haddon or Hayden,
b. Brunswick, Me., Mar. 2, 1159; d, Apr. 20, 1853, aged 94 yrs.,
dau. of George Haddon and Elizabeth Potter.
Children:
5th Gen.
Elizabeth Woodside (Aunt Betsey). b. Apr. 15, 1783; mar. at
Somersworth, N. H., Feb. 26, 1805, Capt.
Asa Keith of Great Falls, N. H.
WOODSIDE FAMILY, Contd. 18.
5th Gen.
Susanna Woods1de, b. Apr. 14, 1784; d. June. 6, 1799, aged
15 years.
5th Gen.
Wm. Woods1de, b. Aug. 9, 1786; d1ed at sea, Sept. 1, 1811.
5th Gen.
Isabella Woodside, b. Dec. 11, 1787; died at Bowdoinham, Apr.
13, 1855; mar. James Thwing Hathorn, b.
Woolwich, Me., June 1, 1786; died at Bowdoinham, Jan. 1, 1856.
5th Gen.
Nancy Woodside, b. Brunswick, Me., July 5, 1789; d. Aug. 13,
1830; mar. July 2, 1809 to Nathaniel Merryman,
b. Oct. 25, 1788; d. Apr. 10, 1876, son of Thomas Merryman
and Mary Melcher.
5th Gen.
Mary Woodside, b. July 8, 1796, died at Guilford, Me., Dec.
1868; mar. Mar. 2, 1820, John Dunning, b.
Brunswick, Sept. 5, 1795; died Brunswick, May 17, 1833, son
of Dea. Andrew Dunning and Jeannette Stanwood.
5th Gen.
Hannah Woodside, b. Feb. 27, 1793; d. at Abbott, Me., July
2, 1850; mar. Henry Townsend, b. Freeport,
Me., Feb. 14, 1793; d. at Richfield, Me., Mar. 17 r 1874.
Many children lived in west. (See Sinnett's Gen.)
The Eighth child of Wm. Woodside and Katherine Haddon.
5th Gen.
George Woodside, b. Dec. 30, 1794; d. July 4, 1869; mar. Susan
P. Dunning, dau. of David Dunning and Elizabeth
Hunt.
Children were born at Brunswick, Me.
6th Gen.
Adam Woodside, b. May 18, 1822; d. Aug. 11, 1862; mar.
Eliza A. Curtis, b. Jan. 27, 1829; d.
June 4, 1879, dau. of Theodore Curtis and Susan Town-
send. No Children.
6th Gen.
Salome Green Woodside, b. Oct. 11, 1823; d. Dec. 29, 1887;
mar. Nov. 1842, Jeremiah Hunt, b.
Brunswick, Aug. 22, 1812; d. Apr. 9-, 1881, son of Jeremiah
Hunt and Mary Given.
6th Gen.
Anstress B. Woodside, b. Oct. 10, 1825; d. Nov. 20, 1880;
mar. lat, Theodore K. Curtia, born
Kay 24, 1820; d. Oct. 10, 1858, son ot Theodore Curt1.
and Susan Stanwood.
WOODSIDE FAMILY, Contd. 19.
Mar. 2nd, Joseph Lunt.
... -
I
6th Gen •
Geo. Woodside, b. May 30, 1828; d. Mar. 24, 1858; unmarried.
6th Gen.
Albion P. Woodside, b. Oct. 29, 1830; d. June 3, 1893; mar.
Mar. I, 1859, Harriett M. Colby, b. May
7, 1841, dau. of Allen Colby of lewiston and Esther Crosby.
6th Gen.
Wm. Lithgow Woodside, b. Oct. 16, 1832; d. Dec. 1852.

The Ninth child of Wm. Woodside and Katherine Haddon.


5th Gen.
Rebecca Woodside, b. Sept. 3, 1796; d. July 4, 1680; mar. Kov.
25, 1815, Charles Toothaker, born Brunswick,
June 1, 1792, died trov. 5, 1872, son of Gideon Toothaker and
Abigail Rodick.
6th Gen.
Charity Page Toothaker, b. Apr. 3, 1816; d. July 4, 1640;
mar. Dec. 10, 1E35 , Richard Greenleaf
Dearborn, born in NeV! Hampshire Cct. 23, 1812; died Cct. 23,
1839.
6th Gen.
Joan Toothaker, b. Cct. 7, 1817; d. Mar. 28, 1887; mar. Sept.
23, 1846, John S. 1<:arri tt, b. Jan. 9, 1818;
d. Aug. 20, 1889.
6th Gen.
Chas. Hiram Toothater, b. Jan. 17, 1819; d. Feb. 3, 1892;
mar. June 20, 1845, Uary S. Mi 11ay ,
b. Sept. 6, 1813; d. July 16, 1889, dau. of Nathaniel
Uil1ay and Jeanette Kincaid.
6th Gen.
John H. Toothaker, b. Mar. 13, 1821; d. San Francisco, l.iay
1, 1880; mar. Rebecca Aubens.

6th Gen.
Abigail Rodick Toothaker, b. Apr. 8, 1824; drowned Dec. 4,
1836.
6th Gen.
G1deon Toothaker, b. Feb. 5, 1827; d. Dec. 3, 1852

6th Gen.
Geo. A, Too4haker, b~ 1829; d. 1877; Sept. 5, 1851 mar.
Harriet Eleanor Harmon.
20.
WOODSIDE FAMILY, Contd.
6th Gen.
- Henry T. Toothaker, b. Feb. 16, 1831; d. Nov. 25, 1868;
mar. Nov. 3, 1852, Emma Dow Winslow
who died in leWiston aged 74 years, the dau. of Prince '
Baker Winslow and Sarah Neel Hall.
6th Gen.
~ Edmund Dearborn Toothaker, b18·79M~y 19 , ~834;cd·HJune 5'b 1824
:,7 , rna r • J.nary • armon,. ,
d. Dec, 26m 1884, dau. Curtis Harmon.
6th Gen.
Albert Toothaker, b. Dec. 28, 1826; d. at Portland aged
77 yrs.; mar. June 17, 1865, ~dia
Peterson, b. Apr. 24, 1841; dau. of Stephen L. Peterson
and Harriet M. Kincaid.
6th Gen.
Mary Ann Tcothaker, b. July 13, 1838; d. Oct. 9, 1839.

The Tenth child of Wm. Woodside and Katherine Hacidon.


5th Gen.
John WoodSide, b. July 13, 1799; d. June 16, 1876; mar. Nancy
l~elcher, b. Brunswick, Cct. 26, 1802; d. Sept.
12, 1875.
6th Gen.
James WoodSide, b. Jan. 21, 1825; d. Aug. 16, 1899;
mar. 1st, Margaret Douglass, July 26, 1867.
mar. 2nd, Diantha Winship of Ctisfield, Me.,
Dec. 2, 1871.
6th Gen.
N..artha WoodSide, b. Dec. 4, 1827; d. May 26, 1599;
cJ.
mar. 1st, nov. 19, 1851, Wm. F. Hooper,
d. Apr. 23, 1853; mar. 2nd, Apr. 2, 1874, Ira Andrews, d.
!!ov. 20, 1893. No children.
6th Gen.
John Woodside, Jr., b. Sept. 6,1829; d. at Haverhill, Mass.,
mar. June 3, 1853, Frances Irwin M.arry-
man, born Brunswick }!ov. 11, 1831, dau. John Merryman and
Ellen McJ:.annus.
6th Gen.
Alpheu8 P. Wcodside, b. Dec. 8, 1831; d. in California June
27, 1896. Unmarried.
Louisa Ann WoodSide, b. Brunswick, Oct. 22, 1836; d. Portland,
aged 76 yrs.; mar. Apr. 12, 1856, Geo.
Washington Wagg, b. Sangerville, Me., Jan. 24, 1834; d. in
Auburn, Jan. 1, 1892, son of James Wagg and Dorcas Adams.

6th Gen.
William A•.Woodside, b. July 13, 1842; mar. "A Brunswick,
Me. lady." No children.
WCODSIDE FAPHIY, Contd. 21.

The Eleventh child of Wm. Woodside and Katherine Haddon.


5th Gen.
Huldah Woodside, b. June 15, 1808; d. May 2, 1866, lived at
Brunswick, Me.; Mar. Aug. 14, Eliphalet
Parshley, b. Gilmantown, N. H., Oct. 6, 1794; d. at Brunswick
Sept. 17, 1879, son of Joshua C. Parsh1ey and Hannah Gilman.
6th Gen.
Wm. James Parshley, b. July 11, 1822; d. in Boston, Dec.
24, 1879; mar. Ceremia Bradley of
Boston. No children.
6th Gen.
Hannah C. Parshley, b. Feb. 26, 1824; d. at Saco, July 23,
1899; mar. Moses Francis Dunning.
6th ':len.
Katherine Parshley, b. July 9, 1826; d. Sept. 21, 1837.
6th Gen.
John Woodside Parshley, b. July 9, 1826; d. Nov. 29, 1881;
mar.(lst) Dec. 29, 1849, Julia Ann
Work, b. Topsham, May 1827; d. Apr. 28, 1851. r:Iarried (2nd)
July 18, 1852, Mary L. ROGers, b. Salem, I.:ass., June 12,
1825; d. at Fitchburg, Mass., Sept. 6, 1896. Dau. of
Robt. B. Rogers.
6th Gen.
Emeline Parsh1ey, b. Brunswick, June 23, 1834; d. Aug. 28,
1907; mar. at Brunswick, Charles Fred-
erick Davis, b. Cape Elizabeth, Dec. 16, 1829, son of 'Hm.
Bishop Pool and Susan Briggs, adopted at 4 yrs by Jacob
Davis and wife Rachel of Minot, Me. Took Davis' name.

Records of Mary Woodside of 4th Generation.


4th Gen.
Mary Woodside, born Brunswick, Me., Sept. 3, 1763; d. Bowdoin-
ham, Me., Feb. 11, 1807, age 43 yrs; mar. 1~ar.
27, 1788, John Hayden, b. Brunswick, Me., Mar. 23, 1764; d.
at Bowdoinham, Oct. 6, 1828 - 65 yrs., son of Geo. Hayden and
Elizabeth Potter.
5th G-en.
Elizabeth Hayden, b. July 6, 1788; d. at BowdOinham,
Feb. 18, 1869; mar. Chapman Jennings,
d. Oct. 19, aged 88 yrs.
5th Gen.
George Hayden, b. Jan. 8, 1790, lived at Sangerville, Me.
Mar.(lst) Betsey Potter, b. 1794; d. May 14,
1832. Mar.(2nd) Feb. 13, 1833, Hannah Hall,
widow of Elijah Hall.
22.
WCCDSIDE FArnLY, Contd.
5th Gen.
..
,. y ! /
Catherine Hayden, b. Dec. 18, 1792; mar. Isaac Shurtleff •
5th Gen.
V Wm. Hayden, b. Jan. 2, 1795; d. at Litchfield; mar.
Hannah Earle.
5th Gen.
Nancy Hayden, b. Sept. 1, 1797; mar. Joseph Durgin, Dec.
25, 1821, of Lisbon, Me.
5th Gen.
Jane Hayden, b. Jan. 8, 1800; d. Aug. 20, 1850. Lived
at Bowdoinham; mar. (1) Sept. 23, 1824,
Capt. David Buker, b. r{ay 6, 1798; d. May 26, 1834;
mar. (2) Addison Uetca1f. No children.
5th Gen.
Phoebe Hayden, b. Apr. 29, 1802; d. at Bath, Me; mar.
Deacon Wm. Whitmore.
5th Gen.
John Hayden, b. Nov. 11, 1804; d. Jan. 18, 1846.
5th Gen.
li:ary Hayden, b. rove 11, 1804; d. Feb. 19, 1877; mar.
I John Springer, b. 1805; d. Oct. 7, 1860.
Y L1 ved at Hampden, I\;e.

Records of Dargaret Woodside of the 3rd Generation.


3rd Gen.
l.:arsaret Woodside, b. Brunswick, Jan. 20, 1735; d. Mar. 24,
1788 (or '98). Marri age intentions dated ~
April 8, 1752 to Judah Chase, b. 1726; d. at Brunswick, Jan.
11, 1204, ased 78 yrs. He located at Brunswick, };·~e. as early
as 1752. 3erved in French & Indian Wars.
Children:
~/
4th Gen.
Anne Chase, b. !',:ar. 3, 1753; d. Sept. 20, 1822, aGed 67 yrs.
mar. Sam'l StanvlOod, Jr. of Brunswick, r.~e.
4th Gen.
James Chase, b. ~ar. 23, 1755.
4th Gen.
Mary Chase, b. Aug. 5, 1757.
4th Gen.
Isaac Chase, b. Aug. 27, 1759; mar. Sept. 30, 1780, Lucy
Rideout.
4th Gen.
William Vincent Chase,-b. Nov. 2, 1761.
23.
WCCDSIDE FAMILY, Contd.
4th Gen.
Capt. Anthony Chase, b. Cct. 3 t 1763; d. May 11, 1742;
mar. (1st) Annie Anderson, b.
Freeport, and d. at Brunswick, ne., Dec. 3, 1808, ased
39 yrs., dau. of Joseph Anc.erson and Jane Means.
Married 2nd, Jennie Anderson, dau. of Joseph Anderson
and Jane Means.
Children of 1st marria5e;
5th Gen. -
Sallie Chase, mar. Apr. 25, 1832, Joseph Means of
Bath.
5th Gen.
Jennie Chase (?) mar. James Dunning of Brunswick, Me.
5th Gen.
Annie Chase, mar. Starrett Anderson of Freeport, ~e.

5th Gen.
George Chase , lived in Portle.nd, mar. Almyra Creech.
5th 3-en.
Capt. ~obt. Chase; mar. ~ary Stanwood of Brunswick,
I~e •

5th 3-en.
Alfred Chase.
6th Gen.
Margaret Chase, m. David Ransom of Brunswick, Me.
Children of 2nd marriase, of Capt. Anthony Chase.
5th Gen.
Elizabeth Chase, lived at Richmond; mar. John B.
Holrr.an.
5th Gen.
Hannah Chase, mar. Albert Batchelder of Boston.

4th Gen.
Judah Chase, b. Nov. 16, 1765; mar. publish~rlent to Eli zabeth
Call, Sept. 27, 1813.
4th Gen.
Uar5 a ret Chase, b. Nov. 7, 1767; mar. Oct. 29, 1786 to James
Stanwood, b. Brunswick, Feb. 28, 1763, son
of Wm. Stanwood and Elizabeth Reed.
5th Gen.
David Stanwood.
24.
WOODSIDE FAMILY, Contd.

-'- 5th Gen.


Margaret Stanwood, b. at Brunswick, Aug. 13, 1790;
d. Dee. 1, 1845; mar. Mar. 20,
1812 I Campbell Alexander of Richmond.

5th Gen.
') James Stanwood.
!

5th Gen.
Judah Stanwood.
5th Gen.
Elizabeth Stanwood.
4th Gen.
Nathaniel Chase, b. Jan. 17, 1770; d. at Litchfield, L:e.,
June 3, 1860; mar. Rebecca Small, b.
Topsham, July 15, 1777; d. 1861, dau. of John Small and
Hannah Preble.
5th Gen.
Hannah Chase.
5th Gen.
Daniel Chase, b. Apr. 24, 1806; d. Jan. 11, 1889; mar.
Lucy Heath, b. July 7, 1811; d. Sept. 12,
1875.
5th Gen.
Deacon Wm. Chase, b. Brunswick, 1~e., d. at Litchfield,
Dec. 29, 1893; mar. (1st) r.iay 28,
1832, Mary J. Alexander, b. Litchfield, AuS. 6, 1812;
d. !.Tay 28, 1884, dau. of James Alexander and Sally
Lydston. !':ar. (2nd) Mrs. Elizabeth 1:axwel1, who died
in 1894.
5th Gen.
Sarah Chase, b. June 16, 1811; mar. Feb. 11, 1838,
Robert Alexander.
5th Gen.
Isaac Chase, b. Wales, L'e., 1818; d. in Litchfield,
Apr. 24, 1886; married Mary P. Stinson.

Records of Anthony Woodside of the 3rd Generation.


3rd Gen.
Anthony Woods1de, b. Brunswick, May 14, 1742; d. Feb. 25,
1808, aged 70 yrs. Buried at Maquoit.
Marr1ed Jan. 2, 1764, Mrs. Sarah McFarland, who died in
Brunswick, Oct. 1, 1820, aged 86 yrs.
25.
WOODSIDE FAMILY, Contd.
The children born in Brunswick;
- 4th Gen.
James W. Woodside, b. Dec. 18, 1764; d. Jan. 20, 1805 --
41 yrs.
4th Gen.
Capt. William Woodside, b. July 6, 1766; d. June 13,
) 1829 - 74 yrs. Bur. Maquoit
Cemetery; mar. Sarah Dunlap, who d. Feb. 15, 1853,
aged 50 yrs, dau. of Samuel Dunlap.
5th Gen.
Robt. Woodside, died at sea, Dec. 15, 1820, aged
19 yrs.
5th Gen.
Hannah Woodside, d. Dec. 11, =!-835, ased 35 yrs.
5th Gen.
Thomas Woodside, d. Feb. 18, 1870.
5th Gen.
Stinson Woodside, mar.
6th Gen.
Sarah Howe Woodside, b. West Bath and died
in 1854; mar. Cct. 25,
1849, James Lunt, b. Brunswick, r.1e., Dec. 1,
1821, died t!ew York City, son of Josiah Lunt
and Polly Cole.
7th Gen.
Jane Aubens Lunt, b. 1,T. Y. City, July 31,
1850.

5th Gen.
Jane Woodside, b. Cct. 1794; d. Feb. 13, 1850;
mar. Mar. 17, 1816, Capt. Robert
Ross, b. Brunswick, Cct. 7, 1783, d. Dec. 17,
1766.
4th Gen.
Ann Woodside, b. Feb. 1, 1768; mar. Jan. 21, 1793,
(2nd wife) Samuel Woodward, b. New
Mea. dows , Brunswick, 1':e., Nov. 22, 1749, a Rev.
Soldier and Baptist minister at New UeadoVls Church,
son of Feter Woodward and Judith Gatchell, dau. of
Capt. John Gatchell. Bur. in New Meadows Cemetery.
Both lived to be over 80 years old.
5th Gen.
Sarah Woodward, b. Dec. 11, 1793; d. Aug. 9, 1868.
26.
WCODSIDE FAMILY, Contd.

-- 5th Gen.
Peggy Woodward, b. Apr. 19, 1796.
5th Gen.
Washington Woodward, b. July 28, 1797; mar. Apr. 25,
1822, Susanna Thomas. (Washing-
ton inherited his father's farm with the big white
house south of New Meadows Baptist Church). d. Aug.
8, 1871.
5th Gen.
Anthony Woodward, b. Feb. 8, 1801; d. May 3, 1880.
5th Gen.
Lavina Woodward, b. d. Oct. 15, 1804, ae.
2 yrs.

4th :}en.
Anthony '![oodside, Jr., b. Brunswick, r.:e., Jan. 27, 1770;
d. Dec. 14, 1847. A farmer at
Wales, 1.:e.; mar. r.':ar. 4, 1804, Eli zabeth (Betsy) Pitcher,
who died in 7Tales, l.:ar. 3, 1878.
5th Gen.
Roxanna Woodside, b. Sept. 7, 1805; d. at Lisbon,
Ite., 1877; mar. Aug. 8, 1830,
Dr. Wm. ~,~cLellan, b. Newfield, Me., Feb. 18, 1803,
the son of Wm. McLellan. Grad. Bowdoin Medical
College - 1828. In 1830 located in Litchfield
Corner. Built the house which is now known as the
Billings House. l':any descendants.
5th Gen.
2nd child of Anthony Vioodside, Jr.
Thomas Woodside, b. Wales, ~e., Sept. 21, 1807; d.
San Francisco.
5th Gen.
Calvin Woodside, b. Wales, ~e., Sept. 3, 1809, d •
.) June 21, 1866; mar. Oct. 10, 1835,
Emily WhitturJ of Lisbon, dau. of Daniel 'ilhittum,
and Sybil Staples.
6th Gen.
Sybil Maria Woodside, b. Sept. 18, 1836; d. at
LeWiston, Dec. 1874; mar.
Frank Tebbetts.
6th Gen.
Elbridge Gerry Woodside, b. Wales, It.e., Dec. 24,
1838; resided Beverly,
Mass.; mar. Julia Ann
Chapman, ~. Bethel, vt., Nov. 20, 1833; d. Oct. 7,
1900, dau. of Zebrlna Chapman & Almira Cowan.
27.
WCODSIDE FAMI~, Contd.

- 6th Gen.
Edwin Woodside, b. June 2, 1840, resides Sabattus;
mar. Jan. 24, 1871, Sarah AdelIa
Wadlin, b. Northport, Me., Nov. 8, 1848, dau. of
John Wadlin and Nancy Handley of Hope, Me.
7th Gen.
"' !

T1leston Woodside, his son, lawyer.


6th Gen.
Albert Woodsiae, b. July 7, 1842; d. at Wales,
Sept. 5, 1844.
6th Gen.
Mary Frances Woodside, b. July 2, 1844; mar.
Nov. 30, 1871, Alden
Stephen Potter, son of Geo. Potter and Kartha
Cowan of Litchfield.
6th Gen.
Dr. Albert Woodside, b. Jan. 12, 1846; d. at
Rockland, Me., aged 64 y rs •
Grad. from Bowdoin College in 1869; in 1874 from
Bowdoin Medical School; mar. Jan. 3, 1875, Alice
S. Hunt; b. Sept. 17, 1845, dau. of James F. Hunt
and Uary Ann Dunni ng •
7th Gen.
Mary Woodside.
7th Gen.
Josephine Woodside.
6th Gen.
2mi ly Josephine Woodside, b. June 9, 1848; d. at
Viales, Jan. 16, 1870.
Unmarried.
6th Gen.
) Geo. Franklin 'Woodside, b. Mar. 30, 1851; mar.
Luella Spofford.

6th Gen.
Charles Willis Woodside, b. Nov. 16, 1853; d.
Apr. 21, 1871.

5th Gen.
Elbridge Woodside, b. Wales, May 13, 1812; d. about 1888.
Lived in Roxbury, Mass. and Califor-
nia. Married Oct. 11, 1835, Lavina Shepherd Chase of
Mass.
WCODSIDE FAMIIX, Contd. 28.

-- 5th Gen.
Jonathan Franklin Woodside, b. Wales, Me., Nov. 27,
1814. Lawyer in Boston;
mar. Helen F. Winslow of Boston.
5th Gen.
Child died in infancy.
5th Gen.
Anthony Woodside, Jr., b. Wales, Me., Nov. 28, 1820;
d. at Roxbury, Nov. 13, 1847.
Physician.

4th child of Anthony Woodside.


4th Gen.
Arabella WoodSide, b. Apr. 20, 1772.
4th Gen.
Thomas Woodsid.e, d.. Se:;:,t. 6, 1804, ln his 28th year.

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Copied in 1949 for Frances Marston Woodside


by Eva M. Woodward, Brunswick, Me.
1.
WILLIAM WOODSIDE'S WILL
. - May 10th, 1776 •

In the name of God -- Amen --


In the 10th day of May, 1776, I, William WoodSide, Esq.,
being weak of body but of perfect mind and memory, thanks
be given to God therefore, calling to mind the mortality
of my body, and knowing it to be appointed for all men once
to die, do make and ordain this my last will and testament.
That is to say principally and first of all, I give and
recommend my soul into the hands of God that gave and my body
I recommend to the earth to be buried in decent Church burial
at the discretion of my executors, not doubting but that at
the general resurrection, I shall receive the same ahain by
the mighty power of God and as touching such worldly estate
as it has pleased God to bless me with in this life, I give
devise and dispose of in the following marmer and form;
Imprim~s - First, I will a~d bequeath to my son Vincent
Woodside, my watch.
Item - I give to my son, William Wcods1de, my silver
pe!=per box.
) Item - I ~ive to my dau~hter Chase, 2 silver spoons
Item - I "':i ve to my dauF:hter Jenny, one cow and six sheep.
Item - I give to my daughter J!ary, my silver tankard
and six sheep and one cow.
Item - To my daughter Anna Starbird, 2 silver spoons,
one cow and six sheep!
Item - I give to my ~randson William Starbird, my land
lying on the northerly side of the Churches Right, and the
2.
WILLIA1f WOODSIDE'S WILL, Contd.

westerly end of land under the improvement of William Woodside ,


Jr., and Joining on the bay with the 1/2 of Chases part of the
sawmill at Puggymuggy which he now occupies and likewise ~~ar­

tingls Point from the road with the salt hay and eight tons of
thatch forever.
Item - To my son Anthony, all my homestead, House and barn
lying and being at Maquoit, with all my implements and utensils
be10nsing to my farm and my other tools with all the remainder
of my salt hay and thatch.
Furthermore, I will and bequeath to my sons Vincent and
Anthony, my forty-ei3ht acres of land to be within the Churches
Right on the southwest side of ~y son Vincent Woodside i~c1uding~~~

1/4 part of the mill and the privilege thereunto belonging to


my son 'tlilliam and lil<:ewise 1/4 part of mill privi1eses to my
son-in-law Chase and Erandson ;:m. Starbird to be between them.
Item - I ;"i ve to my Erancidau~hter Anna, daush ter of my son
Y;"illirup, 2 silver teaspoons, 8.nd to my 6randdaughter Anne
Stanwood my sold buttons, 8.nd to rr.y son-in-law Chase my
Cutlass and belt, and my wearing apparel to be equally divided
between my three sons.
) The curtains to my bed that I lie nov,' in, I 5i ve to my
dau[hter r.lary, and all my other household fur~i ture indoors
to be equally divided among my four daughters, excepting one
bed and bedding which I 8:i ve to my ~~randson Vim. Starbird. And
after my funeral charges is paid whatever is left after my
executors have received what debts is due to me, to be divided
between my three sons and four daughters.
WILliAM WCODSIDE'S WILL, Contd.
3.
I do likewise ordain, constitute and appoint my trusty and
well beloved friend, Samuel Stanwood, Executor of this my
last will and testament, revoking and disallowing all former
Wills and Testaments, Legacies and Bequests, notifyting and
confirming this and no other to be my last Will and Testament.
In Witness Thereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal
the day and year above written.
Signed, Sealed and Published, Pronounced and Declared
by me, the said William Woodside Esq., as his last ~ill and
Testament in presence of us;

George Harward
Thomas Harward WILLIAM WOODSIDE
y David Dunning Jun. ( Seal)


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MARSTON FAMILIES. 1.

Wil11am Marston, Senior, patriarch of Hampton, N. H. branch, was


born 1n England, (tradition says in
Yorksh1re County) about A. D. -1592. He came to Salem, Mass. in
1634 with his family and two brothers, Robert and John. He
received a grant ot land from the General Court ot Mass. in 1636.
o In 1638 he settled in Hampton, N. H. His wife died about 1660~
He was a Quaker and suffered persecution tor his re11gious
beliet. In 1657 he was tined 15 pounds tor keeping a paper and
two books ot Quaker doctrine in his home. He died in Hampton
June 30, 1672, aged 80 years.

o Thomas Marston, eldest son ot·Wm. Senior, was born in England


about 1617, in Yorkshire. He went to Hampton
in Oct. 1638. When he married io,1647, -Mary Estow, daughter
of Wm. Estow, Esq. He was prominent in town· business affairs.
He died in Hampton Sept. 28, 1690, leaving nine children.
Ephriam Marston, third son of Thomas, was born in Hampton,
N. H., Aug. 8, 1654. He married ~b. 19, 1677,
Abial Sanborn, daughter of Lieut. John and Mary (Tuck) Sanborn.
He settled in Hampton on the homestead left him by his father.
He was a farmer and brewer, possessed of much real estate and
one of the most distinguished citizens; was representative
to General Court for several years and was a government con-
tractor and took a prominent part in all public affairs.
To each of his five sons he deeded a farm and settled them in
life. He died from cancer Oct. 10, 1742. Abial, his Wife,
was born Feb. 25, 1653, and died Jan. 3, 1743, aged 90 years.
He had nine children.
John Marston, oldest son of Ephriam, was born in Hampton Dec.
17, 1680. He married Nov. 4, 1703, Bethiah
Tuck, daughter of Deacon John Tuck. He lived for a time in
Falmouth, Maine. He had five children.
John M. Marston. Jr., second son ot John, was born in Hampton,
N. H. July 24, 1713, married June 23,
1736, Susanna Blake of Hampton. In 1740 he bought a large
o tract of land in Falmouth, Maine, in a locality known as
Blackstrap Hill, and moved there. In 1742 he bought another
lot of land on Presumpscot River in Falmouth, also a lot of
upland on Falmouth Neck, (now City of Portland.) He was
deputy Sheriff. He built a two story house in Portland and
h#
tavern there until his decease in 1769 or 1~0. His widow _
kept it unt1l 1774, then his son Brackett until 1781, then I
son Daniel 1n 1782. rhis tavern was on the site of J. G.
Hay's store on Middle Street and was moved across the street
1n 1833. (It was 1n a state ot good preservation in 1833.) j
It was a famous house 1n those days and 1n it Capt. Mowatt was <
kept prisoner atter hi. captu~ on Munloy Hill, Qy Colonel
Thompson in June 1775. He b&41 nine or ten ch1ldren. D1ed
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IlARSTON FAMILIEh,YODtd.

Brackett Marston, son of John, was born in Falmouth in 1747.


Married Oct. 26, 1770 Mary Gerrish of Fal-
mouth. He settled in that part of the town where Portland
now i8', on Middle Street. He kept the Marston Tavern unt1l
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Oct, 1781, but was drowned in Portland Harbor before the
exp1rat1on of his last year's license, aged 7e&l'"8. He
served in the defence of Falmouth during the Revolutionary
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War. He had four children.
SiaonMarston, son of Brackett, was born in Portland Apr11
3, 1779. He married Mary Frost of Freeport
on Jan. 2, 1800, dau. of Wm. Frost and Love But1er. He
11ved in Freeport, Danville and other towns in Maine. He
served· in defence of Portland in War of 1812. He was an
architect and builder. He died in East Poland July 13,
1855. He had eight children.
i2hD Marston, son of Simon Marston and Mary Frost, was born
.' in Danville, Maine, Aug. 25, 1808. He married
Mary Jane Fisher, daughter of Jer*miah Fisher and Mary
Emmons, born in Georgetown, Maine, March 8, 1812. He died
in BrunSWick Sept. 6, 1882. He was a carpenter. Mary Jane
F1sher Marston, his wife~ died in Brunswick Dec. 10, 1885.
Their. children:
~ 1. Mary Elizabeth Fisher Marston, born in Bangor,
Jan. 16, 1839. Married in Danville, Jan. 1,
1865, to John Owen Woodside. Died ~n Brunswick
Sept. 15, 1873.
2. Edwin,W. Marston, born in Houlton Feb. 7, 1842,
Died in Litchfield Jan. 3, 1868.
3. Charles E. Marston, born in Houlton Nov. 7, 1844,
Married in Brunswick, Lilla F. Davis on Dec. 7,
1884, Died ____________
4. John Jeremiah Marston, born in Auburn March 21, 1846,
Married in Portland, Medora Morton, died _________
5. Wealthy Frances Marston, born in LeWiston, May 16,
1848. Married in Brunswick to Osborne J. Rogers,
died Nov. 10, 1880.
6. Sylvanus Fisher Karston, born in Danville Sept. 10,
1849, married in Litchfield,Emma M. Sloman; married
2nd in Litchfield, Annie Jenk1ns, died _ _ _ __

Jame. 8. Marston, born 1n Danville July 24, 1851,


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MARSTON FAMILIES. 1.

Wl11lam Karston, Senlor, patriarch of Hampton, N. H. branch, was


born ln England, ( tradl tiOD say s in
Yorkshire County) about A. D. -1592. He came to Salem, Mass. in
1634 with hls fam1l.y and two brothers, Robert and John. He
received a grant ot land from the General Court of Mass. in 1636.
o In 1638 he settled ln Hampton, N. H. Hls wife died about 1660~
He was a Quaker and suffered persecution for his religious
belief. In 1657 he was tined 15 pounds for keeping a paper and
two books of Quaker doctr1ne in hls home. He d1ed in Hampton
June 30, 1672, aged 80 years.

o Thomas Marston, eldest son of'Wm. Senior, was born in England


about 1617, in Yorkshire. He went to Hampton
in Oct. 1638. When he married In, 1647 , -Mary Estow, daughter
of Wm. Estow, Esq. He was prominent in town business affairs.
He died in Hampton Sept. 28, 1690, leaving nine ch~ldren.
Ephrlam Marston, third son of Thomas, was born in Hampton,
N. H., Aug. 8, 1654. He married ~b. 19, 1677,
Ablal Sanborn, daughter of Lieut. John and Mary (Tuck) Sanborn.
He settled in Hampton on the homestead left him by his father.
He was a farmer and brewer, possessed of much real estate and
one of the most distinguished citlzens; was representative
to General Court for several years and was a government con-
tractor and took a prominent part in all public affalrs.
To each of his flve sons he deeded a farm and settled them in
life. He died from cancer Oct. 10, 1742. Abia1, his Wife,
was born Feb. 25, 1653, and died Jan. 3, 1743, aged 90 years.
He had nine children.
John Marston, oldest son of Ephrlam, was born ln HaMpton Dec.
17, 1680. He married Nov. 4, 1703, Bethlah
Tuck, daughter of Deacon John Tuck. He lived for a time in
Falmouth, Maine. He had five children.
John M. Marston, Jr., second son of John, was born 1n Hampton,
N. H. July 24, 1713, married June 23,
1736, Susanna Blake of Hampton. In 1740 he bought a large
tract of land in Falmouth, Maine, in a locality known as
B1ackstrap Hill, and moved there. In 1742 he bought another
lot of land on Presumpscot R1ver in Falmouth, also a lot of
upland on Falmouth Neck, (now City of Portland.) He was ~~~
deputy sheriff. He bullt a two story house in Portland and '~
tavern there until his decease in 1769 or 1~0. His widow _
kept lt until 1774, then hls son Brackett untll 1781, then
son Daniel in 1782. rhis tavern was on the site of J. G.
Hay's store on Middle Street and was moved across the street
in 1833. (It was in a state of good preservation in 1833.)
It was a famous house in those days and in it Capt. Mowatt was
Thompson in June 1775.
1n his 57th year.
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kept prisoner after h1. capture on Munjoy Hill, by Colonel
bat nine or ten children. Died
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MARSTON FAMILIES, Contd.

Brackett Marston, son of John, was born in Falmouth in 1747.


Married Oc~. 26, 1770 Mary Gerriah ot Fal-
mouth. He settled in that part of the town where Portl&D4
now ia, on Middle Street. He kept the Karston Tavern unt1l
Oct.. 1781, but was drowned in Portland Harbor betore the
expiration of his last year's license, aged 34 years. He
served ln the defence of Falmouth durlng the Revolutlonary
War. He had four chlldren.
Simon Marston, son of Brackett, was born ln Portland April
3, 1779. He marrled Mary Frost ot Freeport
.' ( on Jan. 2, 1800, dau. of Wm. Frost and Love Butl.er. He
llved ln Freeport, Danvllle and other towns ln Malne. He
served' ln defence of Portland ln War of 1812. He was an
architect and bullder. He dled ln East Poland July 13,
1855. He had elght chlldren.
John Karston, son of Slmon Marston and Mary Frost, was born
- ln Danvllle, Malne, Aug. 25, 1808. He married
Mary Jane Fisher, daughter of Jeremiah Fisher and Mary
Emmons, born in Georgetown, Maine, March 8, 1812. He died
in Brunswick Sept. 6, 1882. He was a carpenter. Mary Jane
Fisher Marston, his wife, died in Brunswick Dec. 10, 1885.
Their children:
~ 1. Mary Elizabeth Fisher Marston, born in Bangor,
Jan. 16, 1839. Married in DanVille, Jan. 1,
1865, to John OWen Woodside. Died ~n Brunswick
Sept. 15, 1873.
2. Edwln,W. Marston, born in Houlton Feb. 7, 1842,
Died ln Litchfleld Jan. 3, 1868.
3. Charles E. Marston, born in Houlton Nov. 7, 1844,
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died Nov. 10, 1880.
6. Sylvanus Fisher Marston, born ln Danvllle Sept. 10,
1849, married in Litchfield, Emma M. Sloman; marrled
2nd in L1 tchtleld, Annie Jenkins, died _ _ _ _ __
7. James S. Karston, born in Danville July 24, 1851,
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