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CONTENTS.
fAGE

Introduction
1.

3 3

Sources of the History


Origin of the Family.

2.

4
7
11

3.

Landmarks and Heirlooms

Signs and Abbreviations

Descendants of Robert Barker


Descendants of John Barker
Appendix
Index

12

75 90
91

INTRODUCTION.
i.

Sources of the History.


starting-point
for

The

a
is

genealogy of the descendants of


an essay by
is

Robert Barker, of Duxbury,

Hannah 6 Barker (341),


obtained the

written in 1S30, and a chart that

supposed to have been drawn

up by Dr. Joshua 5 Barker


father, Isaac 5

137).

Hannah Barker

genealogical material from Bethiah 5 Barker (129) and from her

Barker

(,190),
),

who had conversed on

the subject

with

Mary Barker
3

(31

born 1677, died 1772.

Both essay and

however, contain many errors, and neither give any dates. The former have been corrected, the latter supplied, and many missing names restored by a careful examination of the town
chart,

records of Duxbury, Pembroke, Scituate, Marshfield, Hanover,

Dartmouth, Abington and Charlestown, by searching the deeds and wills of Plymouth Co. and the church records of Pembroke,
Scituate,

broke

and

Hanover and Marshfield, and the archives of the PemNantucket Monthly Meetings of Friends. Occafrom Lincoln's History of
Scituate,

sional assistance has been also derived

Hingham, Winsor's Duxbury, Deane's


over, Briggs' "Shipbuilding on

and Barry's Han-

North River" and "Records of

Hanover," Edes'"Memorial of Josiah Barker," and Noyes' "Barker Pedigree" (Reg. 1899). Especial acknowledgment for helpful suggestions and valuable material is due to Miss Susan A. Smith
of No. Pembroke, Miss Susan B. Willard of

Hingham, Mary A. Albertson of Philadelphia, Dr. Edu. T. Tucker of New Bedford, and Dr. L. V. Briggs (v. John, .30) of Boston. The latter generously allowed the author to examine the exhaustive abstracts
of Barker deeds

made by him at Plymouth, and Mr. W. W. Bryant of Brookline kindly gave access to the genealogical manu-

scripts of his mother, who was, during her lifetime, the chief an thorny on Pembroke history. The members of the Barker familv

who have rendered

most assistance in the collection of da. from private sources arc Abraham Barker (307) of Philadelphia, Boston, Miss Florence S. Barker Edward T. Barker (5621
the
.;'

(541

of

Norwell and Miss Eleanor

B.

Barker of Hanson

(John.

many others have contributed important facts. Mr. perof Philadelphia (of the Delaware family Barker Jesse J. Barker all the notes on mitted the use of his verv full manuscript
162), while
)

families of

America

(v. p.

).
is

The genealogy

of John Parker's descendants

much

less

comis

plete than the record of his brother's family, because there

no

family tradition upon which to base an investigation, so

that

original records, often defective, are our only source of information,

and because many members of

this family early


lost.

emigrated

to

distant places,
2.

where

all

trace of

them has been

Origin of the Family.


is

This work

confined to the descendants of Robert and John

Barker of Plymouth Colony (as early as 1632). but there are


several other distinct
families of this

name, which trace their

origin to the early settlers of this country.

There

is

group of

Barkers about Concord*

Mass.),

who

are derived from Francis

(1640). another around Rowley and Ipswich,


John.

who

begin with

Others descend from Richard of Andover 11643), while


Branford, Pomfret, audi other Connecticut
Island family, which includes the Perkshire

there are families at

towns.

The Rhode

branch, comes from James of Newport** (1634), the Delaware


line

from Samuel of Newcastle Co. Maine families originated mainly

1685), while the X. H. and


at

Ipswich;

the

Virginia

branch came

from Pennsylvania, and the various groups*** scat-

tered through the state of

Xew York

appear, in most cases, to


in

have emigrated from Connecticut.


persons of this

Even

Plymouth

Co., Mass.,

name

are occasionally found


c

in the early records,

who

cannot readily be
(v.

nnecteel

with either

Robert or John

Barker
It is

Appendix).
all

not probable that

persjons bearing the

same name are


for,

descended from a

comm

>n ancestor

even

in

England,

when

This is (.tin- investigated by T. Herbert liarkcr of N". Cambridge, Nfass. **Thrir genealogy appears in .1. >. Austin's '"iCo Allied Families"; J. .' Harker of Philadelphia ha< a fuller list. ***Some of these lines are iraci.il in J. C. Parshall's "llarker Genealogy."
<

surnames were assumed several centuries ago, there were many


tailors,

smiths and drapers

in different parts of the


<)i

country,

who

were designated by the name


kinship existed
:

their 'trade,

although no bond of

there were

many

individuals

frown or white, small


tinct families of

or strong.

Accordingly,

who were peculiarly we find many disfirst

Barkers, which bear different coats-of-arms and

reside in

various counties of England.

The persons who

bore this

name
trees

doubtless

made
it

it

their business to strip the bark,

from the

and bring

to

town

for sale,

and there was conse-

quent^
I2C0

Barker wherever there was a Tanner.


f

The Barkers
with

Co. Salop

commence
le

their pedigree in the year

Randulph
his

de
to

Coverall,

whose descendant
Darker
of

William
a

changed
tury
iii

name
and

William
Jesse
J.

about

cen-

later,

Mr.

Barker
to

Philadelphia

valuable

essay "has

endeavored

connect the Rhode


this ancient

Island,
stock.

Delaware and Plymouth families with


But the

English

link consists simply in the existence of a

James,

Robert, John and Samuel in Shropshire at about the same time


that these

names appear
a

in

America, ami

it

is

quite probable that a

Robert and

John Barker might be found At any


Darker.-(

in several

other coun-

ties at tiiis periul.

rate.

Robert and Francis are

common

names among
to a

the

of
</.

Suffolk

(Reg. Vols, 49-51), and

Robert barker of London

[645), the King's printer, belonged

Yorkshire family.
line with this

It

would be interesting to connect our

Plymouth
of

Robert Barker,
is

who
Ring

issued the

first

edition

King James'

Bible and

supposed

to be the

grand-nephew of
is

Sir Christopher Darker. K. D., Garter

of

Arms, but there


It is

no more
that, as

definite evidence here than in Shropshire.

possible

Gov. Echv. Winslow was

printer by trade, his wife.

whom Leyden

records show to have been Elizabeth Darker of

"Chetsum" (perhaps Chesham, Co. Berks), may have belonged to this Londi n family, but we bud no indication that Gov. Winslow
was
in It

any way connected wth the Darkers


would seem
that the
is
:

in his colony.

nly guide to an English origin for the

Plymouth family
for these

the

c<

at-of-arms that they bore.

The evidence

arms

is

unusually clear and satisfactory.


J.

Some

fifteen

years ago Mrs. Richard

Barker 15821 of Tiverton, R.


in a

I.,

State

Historian of the D. A. R., found

Providence junk shop a deed

.T

Vv\

in signed by Samuel (25) and Francis (29) Barker of Scituate the frontispiece 1694, with a seal bearing the amis found upon

of this book.*

careful drawing,

made

at the

time of the dis-

covery, remains in Mrs. Barker's possession, though the deed lias Now these arms are assigned by since been destroyed by hre.

Middlesex and Surrey, and we know that the early settlers of Scituate were called "the men of Kent," so this coincidence points to Kent as the probable home of Robert and

Burke

to Kent,

John Barker before their emigration to the


3.

Xew

World.

Landmarks and Heirlooms.


of the oldest houses that have remained standing in

Two

Xew

England until recent years are associated with the history of the
Barker family.

The

old house at

Pembroke was
Robert
it
1

built

by Robert 1

Barker somewhere about 1650.


as early as 1628, but

Tradition has placed the date

we know
(v. p. 12

that
),

Barker was living


till

in

Marshheld

until

1648

and

was not

1653 tnat ne

petitioned for the laying out of lands at Xamassakeessett, which


is

the Indian

name

for

what

is

now Pembroke.

The

earliest por-

was a single room built of tlat stones laid in and covered with a shed roof. It was about twenty feet square and only six feet high, with a huge fireplace that took fully
tion of the structure

clay

third of the side wall.

In 1722 the walls were covered with

sheathing and other rooms added, so as to form a large wooden


building.

The

locality

is

healthful, for
in

we

are told that

no child
supplied

or

young person ever died


in

the house, while the large brook,


illustration,

which appears

the

foreground of our

power
ring,

for a sawmill,

and

at the proper season

was

filled

with her-

which were an abundant source of income

to the

owners of

the property.

Moreover, the house was, for several generations,

a sort of tavern,

much frequented by
to hold court at

travelers

from Boston.

Here

Judge Samuel

Sevvall, as his diary tells us, stopped for refresh-

ment on

Ids

way

Plymouth, and

in

i68t Robert

Barkers wife was


the neighbors (v.
in carpentry,

fined for selling cider to the Indians.

The
sold to

products of the farm of mure than a hundred acres were


p.

19

),

and the occupants of the house engaged


trades.
u-es a
seal

shocmaking and other


(307)

In fact, the Barkers


of

Abraham Barker

"f

Philadelphia

unknown provenance,
lions

which exhibits the 'arne crest, but omit^ the bend and substitutes three (or the bars on the upper part of the >hield.

rampant

i.

'

".

':

fir

'

'

of Duxbtiry (that part set off as

Pembroke

in

1712) seem to have


their

been unusually energetic and industrious,


occupations
is

and the variety of

truly remarkable.

The strength

of the building

and
its

its

central position, perhaps


it

also the existence of a well within

walls, caused
in

to be

made

garrison-house during Philip's

War

[679; a part oi the barri-

cade of hewn timber remained as late as 1777, ami the loopholes were visible when the house was destroyed. It is said, however,
that the occupants
l'.arker

were never molested by the Indians.


the last

Peleg"

(343) was

member

of the family to reside in the


in

homestead, and, after his death without issue

1S83, the house


a

soon

fell to

pieces: only the ruins of the

chimney and

few foun-

dation stones
silver

now

remain.

Some

ancient heirlooms, such as a hue


(

tankard and

a pastel of

Prince Barker

189), were scattered

and sold

to strangers:

the land also has passed out of the family.


.still

At Scituate Harbor
lias

stands a comfortable house, which


It

been

in the

possession of our family since 1604.


1

was

built

by John Williams, the father-in-law of John


1634, according
t
>

Parker, as early as

Deane, and was for a time used as a garrisonits

house, as appears from

massive inner walls of brick pierced

with loopholes.
childless in

1694. and

land, to his

John Williams, died two hundred acres of grand-nephew, Samuel Williams 3 Barker, who was
of the builder, Capt.
left

The son

the house, with

then only eight years of age. John-, probably


In

During

his minority his

father,

managed
for

the farm, and perhaps lived in the house.

3 1743 this Williams Barker, as he was usually called, sold a

half of the

farm

569

to his son,

Samuel

4
,

and the

latter's son,
in

W il!iams

:
'

l'.arker, the last of

John

Parker's descendants to live


to Wiscasset,

Scituate, in

1792,

upon

his

removal

Me., sold the

house and farm for 1,000 to Benjamin 3 Parker (193) of Pembroke, a descendant of Robert
ike Scituate property
fell
1
.

Upon
younger
still

the death of
son,

Benjamin 5
;

to his

Samuel

P.'

1347'.

and
liis

his son,

Samuel
(590).

P. 7

(478)

lives in the

homestead with

son Otis*

Thus

six,

perhaps seven, generations of

Barkers have occupied the old house.


state of preservation,

The building

is

in a

good

though the interior has been pretty thor-

oughly modernized, and stands upon high ground with an extensive

view of

tlie

harbor and the open

sea.

The Pembroke house occupied by Benjamin 5 Barker and built more than a hundred years ago, is situated about
from the old garrison-house,
the traveled road,
in a lonely spot at
still

(193"),

a mile

a distance from
habitable.

and

few years ago was


found near the

Xails

and other forgings are


by the pond
(v. p.

still

site

of the old furnace

14

).

Miss Susan B. Willard of Hingham

possesses a fine portrait of Bethiah Little Barker (21), and the

sword of Capt. Francis Barker (52), which was also carried by Mr. Arthur Swan of Dorcheshis son. Gen. John Barker (13S).
ter

has the kilter's cane, and Mr. Rogers of

Hingham

the iron
1722,

fire-back and crane,

which were

cast at the old furnace in

and put

in the original garrison

room

of the

Pembroke house,

when

it

was remodeled

(v. p. 7

).

SIGNS

AND ABBREVIATIONS.

To each name is prefixed a number, which appear? twice, once under name of the person's parent, with date of birth and death, and once independently, with marriage, names of children and other personal hisThe numbers in brackets, as (23. 3, 1) are the numbers beh nging tory.
the
to

the ancestors

of the person

thus

designated,

and enable the reader


the line, as
*,

quickly to trace his pedigree.


the generation

The numbers above


)

indicate

{see pp. before,

13

ff>

after,

about.

adm., administrator appointed. Adv., Genealogical Advertiser.


A. R., Abington Records.
b.,

born.
baptized.

bp.,

bur., buried.

Bry. Ms., Bryant Manuscript


Cent.,

Cemetery

inscription.

Ch. R., Church Records.


Co. R., County Record?.
Col. R., Colonial Records.
'

d.,

died.

D. R.,
F. G.,

Duxbury Record?.
Family Genealogy. Family Record.

F. R.,

H. B., Hannah Barker's Manuscript. H. II.. Hingham History. Han. H.. Hanover History.

H.

R.,

Hanover Records.

inventory of estate made. L., Elisha Leonard Manuscript at m., married.


inv..

New

Bedford.

M.
N.

R..

Marshfield Records.

Mid.
P. F.,

R.,

F.,

Middleboro Records. Nantucket Friend-' Records.

P. R..

Pembroke Friends' Records. Pembroke Records.

pub., published intention? of marriage. Reg., Hi-torical and Genealogical Register.

R. H.. History of Rindge, N. H.


S.

R.,

Scituate Records.

Sm. Mem.. Smith Memorial by Miss Susan A. Smith.


Tiv. K.. Tiverton (R.
I.)

Records.

wid.,
will,

widow.
1

(with a date) will probated.


1

2 (with.

number) mentioned

in

the

will

of

person

desig-

nated by the number.

I.

THE DESCENDANTS OF ROBERT BARKER


OF DUXBURY.
The
first

mention of Robert Barker

is

found

in the

Colonial
servt. of

Records under the date Jan. 20, 1632:

"Robert Marker,

John Thorp, complayned of

his

Mr. for want of clothes.

The

complaint being found just, it was ordered that Thorp should either foorthwith apparell him. or else make over his time to some
other that was aide to provide for him."

He was

later

bound

to

William Palmer as
Apr.
1.

carpenter's apprentice, and

his time

was out
in 1616.

1637.

This date probably marks the attainment of his

majority, so that
In

we may suppose him

to

have been born

1641

he. with others, bought from Jonathan, son of Elder

Brewster, a ferry and one hundred acres of land at Marshfield,

and

in

1643 he was a

member

of the military

company

in

that

town under
veyor
in

Lieut. Xathaniel
in

Thomas.
In 1648 he

He

held the office of sur-

Marshfield
in

1645 and 1648, constable in 1646, and was

admitted freeman
for 45 shillings,
retail wine.

1654.

bought a house and land


1646 to keep an inn to
his interests in

having been licensed

in

Although he did not entirely give up


1669, he seems to have
2,

Marshfield, where he kept his liquor license until 1666 and was

grandjuryman
about
1

in

removed to Duxbury
a tradition that he

650-1655, for Aug.

1653, he desired the laying out of


7).

lands at Naraass'akeeset

(v. p.

There

is

came with Dolor Davis and


in a

a negro, and stayed the first winter

dug-out.

He

appears as surveyor of Duxbury from 1054 to

1656, in 1672, 1677, 1679.


at

and grandjuryman 1684-5.

The

court

him 9 1-2 acres of land at Robinson's Creek, North River, Duxbury, which was perhaps the He prospered in his new home, and left at nucleus of his estate.
Plymouth. Mar.
5,

1667-8. granted

his

deadi. in

[691, 142,
7.

is.

[id.

He

married Lucy Williams,


fined for selling

who
will.

died between Mar.

1681-2,

when she was

cider to the Indian-, and Feb. 18. 1689, the date of her husband's

The inventory

of his

e.-tate

was taken Mar.

15,

691-2.

Children
2 Robert, 3 Francis,
b.

Feb. 27, 1650-1,


,

d.
d.
(/.

Sept. 25. 1729 [P. F.]

1720-1

(adm. Feb. 9)
1718.

4 Tsaac,
5

1710 (inv. June 5).

Abigail,

d.
,

May,
1697-f-

6 Rebecca,

d.

2 Robert 2 (1)

111.

(1st) Alice

(2d) Oct.

7.

1705,
I.

Phebe

Marsh, widow

of Jonathan Marsh, of Jamestown, R.

[James-

town R.]
Children
7
:

Abigail,
/'.

b.

Oct. 24, 1682.


1,

8 James. 9 Caleb,
10
11

Jan.

1083-4. d.
1085. d.
7,

May
Aug.
</.

16.

1718.

b.

May

24.

25.

1772.
.

Deborah, b. Nov. Luceanna, />. Nov.


5.

1680.

1736
,

( ).

7,

1689, d. July
,

1769.

12 Robert, b. July
13 Alice, b.

1693, d.

1759 (adm. July 2).


[P. F.].
v.

June
Sept.
P>.

3.

1695, J. Dec. 4. 1778.

14 Lydia,

b.

5.

1697. d. Feb. 20.

1776.

[N.

Sa\age

and Winsor give him four more children, but

27.]

Robert 2 Barker began


lieutenant under Mai.
Philip's

his career as a soldier,


4,

and was made a


1675, but during

James Cudworth Oct.

War

abruptly terminated his connection with the com-

pany, probably, as Deane suggested, because he had become con-

vinced of Quaker principles.

The record
wa_\

is

that he

was degraded

and

fined 15s., because he


in a

"broke away from the army, when they

were on the march,


ethers."

mutinous

and by

his

example allured
Friends,
in his

Several zi his associates

in this

movement were

and the meetings of the society were regularly held


about the year 1700.
lie early utilized the water

house
of the
a

power

brook, on which his father's house stood, for in 1681 he

owned

sawmill there, and

in

1684 held land


in

at

Pudding Brook, where he

was given liberty to build a dam smithmg?) also occupied his time
iy)
l

1693.

Farming (and
years
(

black-

in later

1707 and 1715an< l

and he held the

offices

of constable
to

1685)

surveyor

1087).

His interests extended

Rhode

Island, for he deeds

land in 1707 for 36 to "his uncle Robert of Jamestown."


3
l'

Francis 2 (i)
("tin;
b.

///.

Jan.

5.

1675,

Mary, dan. of Thomas Lin-

Ti

husbandman") and Margaret (Langer) Lincoln of


Feb. 10, 1647-8.

Hingham,

13

Children

15 Francis,

b. b.

Oct.

9,

1675,

d.

young.
171S
</.

16 Joshua,

Nov.
/>.

16,

1676. d.

).

17 Elizabeth, iS Josiah.
b. &.

Oct. 31, 1677.


1679,
J.

Apr.

17,
,

171

1.

Sept. 21,

1718.

19 Ruth,

Jan. 31, 1681-2,


b.
b.

20 Francis,
2\

Oct.

18,
,

1682, d.
16S6, d.
,

1733. J73417 10.

Thomas,

22 Elisha,
21 Ebenezer,

d. d. d.

in the

army,
1756.
1725.

Apr.
Dec.

10,
5.

24 Isaac.

[D.

R]

Francis
colony;
in

Barker was especially active

in

the service of the

16S6 he was empowered to treat with Scituate and


in a

defend the rights of Duxbury


of a tract of land, he

controversy about the division

was

a deputy to the General

Court

at
in

Plym1689,

outh

in 1686, 1694, 1701, 1703,

and constable
also

of

Duxbury

selectman in 1685 and 1686.


Oct.
2,

He was
is

commissioned an ensign
years was in operain

16S9.

The furnace
its

that for so said

many

tion at

Furnace Pond, and

to be the first built


his sons

the

United States, owes

existence to

him and

and nephews.

In 1702 Francis (3), Robert {2y or 2), Samuel (25), Josiah (18),

and Joshua (16) Barker, with Michael Wanton, who afterward married Abigail Barker (7), contracted with Lambert Despard to set up a furnace, the builder to receive one-fourth share of the
furnace and 180, and
his cousin,
in the

same year Francis Barker

sold to

John Barker of Scituate, one-eig"hth of the furnace


Fie (or his son, 20) aplater he

and land on the herring-brook for 25.


pears as cordwainer in 171
cient wealth to
1
;

two years

had gained
his

suffi-

rank as a gentleman, and deeded

property

to

his children then living.

H. B. thinks that his descendants are


spirit, their

"distinguished for their adventurous


lies,

numerous famialthough

and for early death, particularly

in infancy,

many

lived to great age."

4 Isaac- (1)

in.

Dec. 28, 1665, Judith, dau. of Gov.

Thomas
(In

and

Mary

(Collier)

Prence

of

Plnnouth,

1710+-

1691' she married

\Ym. Tubbs of Pembroke.)


"

Children

25 Samuel,

b.

Sept.

2,

16C7, d. Feb.
,

1,

1738-9.
1754.

26 Isaac,
27 Robert,
b.
,

d.

May

7,

1673, d. Sept. 6, 1765.

'4

28 Jabez, 29 Francis, 30 ReL-cca.


31
d.
,

1694.

Mary,

6,

Mar.

2,

1678,

32 Lydia, 33 Judith,

34 Martha, b. 35 Bathsheba,
if-94

16S0, d. Feb. 15, 1772.

trat

[N. B. The fact that an administrator was appointed for Francis' e^'ate in (Mar. 2f>) indicates that he was among the older children; the Utter of a Ii nison names Samuel as '"eldest brother"; the daughters are arranged in the order in which they appear in their grandfather's (1) will, Bathsheba being not named,

but designated a^ the youngest."]

Isaac 2 Earker was surveyor of


in

Duxbury
130.

in

1674 and constable


is

16S7; his estate was valued

at

There

a tradition that
II.

his wife

and

all

her seven sisters were very beautiful.

B.

characterizes his descendants as averse to change of place, fond of


society

and good cheer, and attentive

to

woman, who "from


improvement
at

the
in

beginning had equal rights and privileges and shared not only
the property, but in the opportunities of

home

and abroad."
5 Abigail*
( 1 )

m. Joseph, son of John and Frances Rogers of

Marshfield,
-

d.

17 16.

6 Rebecca 2
1617
-or

( 1 )

;;;.

William Snow of West Bridgewater,

b.

1624X.

d.

1708X

He came

in the

"Susan and
Duxbury.

Ellen"'

in 1635,

and lived
12,
I.

in

Plymouth
m.

in 1643, later in

3 7 Abigail

1)
( ?

(1st)

Feb.

8,

1709, William Carr

of
b.

Jamestown, R.
Oct. 16, 1681)
beth (or
1741.
;

son of Caleb and Phillip (Greene) Carr,

(2d.)

1716 Michael, son of


of Scituate.
b.

Edward and
9,

Eliza-

Mary

Wanton

Apr.

1679, d. June 13.

[P.F.]

Both the Wantons, father and son, were associated with the
Barkers
in

shipbuilding,

and were prominent ministers

in

the

Society of Friends (v. Deane, pp. 51, 54. 56, 371-77)-

8 James 3
[will 8]

(2. 1)

w. Hannah, dan. of Daniel Allen of Abingt

>n

and Sandwich [deed].

Children
36 James,
b.

Feb.

5,

171

1.

37 Alice, b. June 3, 1 7 1 3 38 Daniel, b. May 23, 1714,

15

39 George, b. May 16, 1716, 40 Stephen, b. Apr. 8, 1718. 41 Lydia. b. Apr. 8. 1718.
[X.
]i.

d.

1738 (adm. Feb.

2).

[A. R.J

R. appears the marriage of a James Barker to Hannah Wanton, Oct. 2, 1710 (v. 2->, but the birth of Janus' (Si first child does not agree with this d.-.tf. .-ind his wife was Hannah Allen, as his will shows. Either there was another fames Barker tr -m Scituate (.v. Deane, p. 373 or James in D. K. is an error for

In

1>.

Robert

(v. 27.)]

James 3 Barker was a house-carpenter at Abington in 1713. The James who was a "joyner" at Scituate in 1732 must have
been
his

son

(36).

8 9 Caleb

(2,

1)

))i.

Ann

Carr, of Jamestown, R.

I.

(?),

b.

16S9,

d.

May
:

1769, at

Pownalborough, Me.

Children
42 Robert,
43 John,

Mar. 27. 1712. d. Feb. 9. Aug. 15. 1714. 44 Elizabeth, b. Mar. 17. 1 717. d. Oct.
b. b.

1796.

21,

1724.

45 Caleb, b

Oct. 29. 1719.


b.

</.

July

23. 1742.
19.
.

46 Joshua, 47 Gideon, 4S Joshua,


49 Charles,
50 Ann.
''.

Feb. 22,

1721-2. d. Oct.
1723, d. Jan.

1724.

b. b.
b.

Dec
July
Feb.

.22,

1798.

17.
5.

1726. d.
1729.

Aug.

19, 1754.

Feb.

14.

1730. d. Jan.

15,

1732-3.

[P.
171*).
in

Caleb

Barker was a founder


at

in

Scituate,

Hanover,

1732 and 1751.

Harps well,

1763.

In the Boston Gazette for

Jan. 15. 1754. he advertises "cast bells for meeting-houses,

from

a smaller even to a greater, even to one of two thousand weight."

Deborah 3 (2,1) /;/. (1st) Feb. 13. 1706-7. Prince, sou of [S.R.] Arthur and Elizabeth (Prence) Howland of Duxbury. 1:1) 1720 Benjamin, soft of Josiah and Lydia Keen of Duxbury,
to
b.

July 26, 1682,

d.

1736X.
/;/.

[F. R.]
7,

12 Robert" (2, 1)

Oct.

1722. Lydia

Booth

[S. R.].

His

Wife was alive


his

in

1759,

when he made

his will;

in this

he mentions

"kinsman Nathaniel Pitcher."


in

He

lived in Scituate.
in

where he

appears as yeoman
13

1726 and gentleman

1747.

Alice'

(2,1)

in.

June

5.

1712.

Matthew, sun of Richard


^J2^.

Estes of Boston [F. G.].

He was

a tanner in Scituate in

Lydia3 (2,1) ///. Jan. -Mar. 1728, Ebenezer, son of Thomas [F. G.] and Sarah Dodson) Stetson, b. July 22, [693, d. 1778.
14
(

16

\y Elizabeth

(3,

)///.

Jonathan, son of Lieut. John and


23. 1677 or Jan.
1,

Man[Reg.

Bryant of Plymouth,
48. 47

b.

Mar.

[678-9.

and

will

16.]

18 Josiah 8 (3, 1)

///.

Sarah Macomber.
Oct. 24, 1706, Cornelius, son of Ensign
b.

19

Ruth 3

(3,

111.

Cornelius and

1680 [S. R.J.

Mary Doughty) Briggs of Scituate, They removed to Swanzev, Mass.


(

Dee.

10.

20 Francis 3

(3, 1)

111.

Dec. 28, 1710. Mary, dan. of David and


b.

Sarah

(Cushing)

Jacob of Hanover,

July

15,

1692

[S. R.,

H.

II.]

Children

51 Joshua,

b.
b.

Aug.

26.
.

171

1.

d.

Jan.

1.

1785.
16.

52 Francis,
53 Mary.

1714. d.
d.

June

1795.

young. young.
young.

54 David. 55 Sarah.

d. d. d.
</.

56 Deborah,
57 Lucy. 5S Lucy,

young. young. young. young.


young.

d
d. d.

59 Lucy. 60 Sylvia,

[X. L>. Joshua and Francis are children of Francis in P. K.. and in 173J Joshua deeds his pew in the meeting-house, ivhich was left him by "his lather. Francis."]

Francis 3 Barker was a "master shipwright," hut

in

1719 he

was also interested

in a

foundry

at

Pembroke, and by 1726 he had

attained the rank of gentleman.


21

Thomas 3

3,

///.

May

22. 1711, Bethia, dan. of Isaac


b.

and
1751

Bethia Little of Marshfield,

Dec.

1694.

d.

(Jet.

9,

[M.R.J.
Children
61
:

Thomas,

b.
b.
b.

Feb. Feb.

17. 17.
18,
.

1712 [P.R.],
1715
f

d.
d.

Dec.

10.
.

1789.
1790.

62 Bethiah.
63 Nathan,

P.

Dec.

1716. d. 1717. d.

R], Nov.
Feb.

,}o.

1722. 1705.

64 Abigail,

b.
/>.

11.

65 Elizabeth,

June
Jan.

14.
17.
2(>.

1720. d.

Nov.

28,

1722.

66 Elizabeth, 67 Nathaniel, 68 William,


b.

b.
b.

1724-5.

(/.

Jan. 2\. 1804.


17.^5.

Dec.

1727, d. Sept. 27,

June

30,

1720. d. July

I,'.

1729

[H.

II

Thomas" Barker signs himself as mason of Plymouth in 171 and as dealer at Pembroke in 1713. By 1732 he ranked as gentlei

man, and

in

1733 he was a magistrate.


living in
3

He

died in Carolina.

Mis

widow was

Boston
in.

in

1745.
1,

23 Ebenezer

(3, 1)

Nov.

1710, Deborah, dati. of Isaac


b.

and Deborah (Buck) Randall of Scituate,

Aug.

2$,

1693,

d.

Aug.

7.

1768.
:

Children

C9 Dehorah.
70 Elizabeth,
71
7.?

b.

Dec.
Feb.
5,

25,
o.

17

m.
18.
15.

b.

1712-3,
1781. 1774.

Elisha,

b.

Sept.

1715. d. Oct.
'7-4d-

Josiah,

b.

June

73 Ruth.^

Ebenezer 3 Barker was a "housewright"

at Scituate in 1718, at

Pembroke

in

1738.

lie

sold one-eighth part of his sawmill on

the herring-brook in 1743.

His estate amonnted


31, 1719,

to 426.

24 Isaac"
ton [P. R.]

(3. r)

///.

Aug.

Hannah Barker

of

Abing

Children

74 Ebenezer,
"5 Isaac,

b.

May

12,

1721

[A.

R.].

76 Hannah,
77 Elizabeth, 78 Mary.

Isaac" Barker in 1718

and 1722 appears as

'"husbandman" of
In

Scituate, but in

1720 and 1721 he kept an inn at Abington.


sold for i"355 his mansion-house, barn

1727 his

widow

and land

to Francis 3

Barker (20).
(4.1
i

2^

Samuel 3

in.

(i-st)

Nov.

22,

1711. Deborah, dan. of


/'.

John and Mary


l

Berry)

Wing
1

of Sandwich.
1

Aug.

21, 1680.

(/.

7 3' 7 7
]

[D. K.. B.C.];


(

2d

Jan. 21.

1718. Bethiah, dan. of


/>.

John and Mary


rf.

Brown) Folger

of Nantucket,

Nov.

24, 1692,

Jan. 29, 1774 [F.R.].


:

Children
79 Deb-

.rail.

b.

1712-1717.
12.

(/.

Jan. 30, 1792.

80 Judith,
81

b.
b.

Jan.

1720. d. Aug:. 4 .1739.

Robert,

Feb. 23, [722-3, J. Apr. 26. 1780.

82 Samuel,
83 Josiah.

b.
b.

Feb.
Sept.

14.

1725
1728.

6,
</.

d.

June

22.

1801.

17.

July 21, 1803.

|X. F.]

18

Samuel"'

Barker held the


in

office

of constable in
in

Duxbury

in

1693; he was a bricklayer


lie

the

same town

171

1,

hut in 1714

bails

from Sandwich.
(

26 Isaac 3 (4,1) m.
-

)ct.

23, 1707, Elizabeth, dau. of


b.

Peleg and
d.

Mary (Holden) Slocum Aug 18, 1774.


.

of Dartmouth,

Feb. 12, 1689-90,

Children

84 Mary,

b.

Aug.
b.

1,

1708 [D. R.].


.

d.

1788+.
1801.

85 Sylvester,

May
,

1710. d.
d.

Mar.

5.
.

86 Peleg,

b.

Aug.

17 12.

1788X.

87 Prince, b. Feb. 9. 1716. </. Jan. 27. 1784. 88 Elizabeth, b. Dee. 9. 1719, d. Apr. 10. 17.^0. 89 Lydia,
Isaac"'
d.

Aug.
(

15.

1754.

[P. F.]

Barker was a cordwainer

1713.1735) and merchant;


to the neighbors,

his

farm also supplied cheese, meat and corn


a grist mill

and he had
reads,

on the herring-brook.

One

of his accounts

"For keeping John Scales 16 days,


in laying out roads, erecting

Gallon of

winding-sheet. Trouble of cleaning ye bedding."'

Rum, A He was much


in active

engaged
business.

waterworks, and

His extensive holdings


which Isaac

in real estate

brought him into

many
in his

law-suits, in

Little,

who

then carried on the fur-

nace at the pond, was his most frequent adversary.

small

room

house was

set

apart for his study, an unusual procedure at

that time,

and he was fond of reading and meditation.


at

1740 he went to hear Whitefield

Plymouth, and

his

About mind was

unbalanced by the eloquence of the famous preacher, so that he

became

insane,

and was chained by


the homeftead.
to ruin in

his waist to a window-sill in

the large
sill

room of

The

iron ring remained in the

until the

house went

1883.

His son Peleg was apbefore his


a

pointed his guardian in 1742. and


his estate

in 1754. just

death,
of

was divided among

his children.

He was

member

the Society of Friends, and a witty conversationalist, even during


his
.

insanity.

The following document

affords

interesting evi-

dence of the custom of the day. and shows us that even the Friends
in this

section of the country had not entirely given

up the prac-

tice

of enslaving the Indians:


to
i->

"These are him have what


I

any Tavern keeper where this indian may come to desire you to let convenant for him. for he is in pursuit of an indian boy of myn and if should Rive him money he would disguis himself and you may see what i- convenant for him My lad is about 17 year-, of age, his cloaths are. leather briches, a (>lain jacket with a .-.hurt white woolling one under it, old shoe-, mended on the uper

19

leather, an old beaver hat. short hare, gray yearn stokins, new -tockt. convey to me ye subscriber, or to him s-hall uak up sd runaway and ISAAC lall have a sufficient reward. Pembroke, ye 3d oi ye mo. called October, 73 ,J this for his journey. keep the bearer Let
1
-

Who
this

forever indian

BARKER.

Isaac

Barker's

widow

Lived

to

great age, and, "although

toothless, she could eat the hardest biscuit with ease." [H. B.].

2/

Robert 3

(4.

in.

Apr.

1.

t.697.

Hannah, (probably) dan.


of Scituate,
b.

of
25,

Edward
1

and Elizabeth (Mary-?)


Aug'. 16, 1726.

Wanton

July

677,

d.
:

[P. F., will.]

Children

90 Isaac,
91
(j2

b.

Mar.
b.

15,

1699,

Edward,
Mary,
b.

-May
b.

13.

1701.
18,

93 Margaret,
fX. R.

Apr.

1704 [S. R.]

Savage and Winsor give these children to Robert 3 (2). but Lydia O-O was born to Robert 2 Sept. 5, 1697, later than this marriage. So we follow II. I!., who gives them to Robert". Deane (p. 373,) make:- Hannah Wanton wife of lames llarker. perhaps in agreement with 1). K. (v. 8), but P. V. cited by Xoyes give her to Robert. Moreover, we kn iw by James Barker's v will that his wife was daughter of Daniel Alien of Abington. All James' children were horn in that town, and he died there in the year that the last child was born. We may notice, also, that Robert's son is named Edward, apparently for his grandfather.]
(

Robert 3 Barker was a blacksmith of Tiverton


2& Jabez 3
(4,
i)
111.

in 1712.

Jan.

(Apr.)

6,

1710, Rebecca, dan. of


b.

Joseph and Elizabeth Russell (of Dartmouth?),

Jan. 3, 1688,

d.

May

24, 1764.
:

Children

94 Constant,
95

b. b.

May
Jan.
5,

30,

171

1,

Hannah,

1711-1-'.

96 Joseph,

b.

May

10.

1715.

97 Seth, b. Aug. 15. 1717. 98 Frances, b. Jan. 29, 1719-io.

Q9 Isaac,

b. b.

Apr.

21,

1723. 172s,
'

100 Jabez,

Aug.

29.

[h]

Jabez

Barker removed
till

perhaps net
wright

1709,

to Dartmouth probably about 1703. when he was exercising his trade as wheel-

in that

town,

lie kept his interests in

Duxlmry, where he

held land in 1709 and 1713, but resided in Dartmouth, where for

many

years and as late as 1740 he served as town clerk.


(4,1.)

30 Rebecca'"'

m.

John,
b.

son

of

Josiah

and

Hannah

(Dingley) Keen of Duxbury,


31
(

i66r.
in.
(

(01-34)

.Marv
s

:;

(or Martha") (4.


of Jolin

ist)

Crosby;
I

rcl)

1716, Josiah,

in

and Margaret

Window

Miller,

b.

Oct. 27, 1679,

</.

Dec.

1732 (Apr.

15,

1729) [Reg. 1897J,

[H.B.]
33 Judith'
1

(4,

')

;//.

July 18, 1713. Daniel, son of Daniel and


of Tiverton,
b.

Mary (Sampson) Rowland


4,

May

29, 1691, d. July

1752 [Tiv. R., F.G.j.


3 35 Bathsheba

(4,1)
J

m. Dec.

4,

1718, John, son of Daniel


b.

and Mary (Sampson)

lowland of Tiverton,

July 29, 1696,

d.

May

1,

1754 [Tiv. R., F. G.].


in.

37 Alice* (8,2,

Brenton.

38 Daniel 4
Children
101

(8, 2, 1)

Daniel,

102 Mary.
103

Hannah.

This

may have been

the Daniel Barker

who

served in 1776 as a

private under Capt. Lincoln of


4 39 George (8,2,

Hingham.

1)

was

a shipwright of Scituate in 1744.

41

Lydia 4 {8,2,

1)

probably m., 1736, John Crocker of Barn-

stable, b. 1709.

42 Robert 4

(9,2,1)

in.

Aug.
b.

24.

1737,
1713,

Hannah, dau. of
(/.

.Thomas and Mare Ilowland,


[P.R.]
Children
104 105
:

Sept.

2T,,

Dec. 27, 1795.

Thomas,
Ann.
b.

b.

Apr.

29.

1738,

Sept. 21, 1739. d.


b.
b.

May

or June, 1744.

106 Elizabeth,
107

Feb. 25.
10.

1743.
.

Hannah,
b.

Jan.

1745. d.
</.

1830+.
1753.

108 Robert, 109 Mercy,


110 Gideon,

b.

1740-48.
1747-49. Jan.
, ,

Jan.

16.

d.

Oct. 28. 1749.

b.

1754,

in Robert,
112 Joshua,
4

b.

1756, d.

Mar.

31.
.

1836.

[H. R.].
in 1738, but

Robert Barker was a "housewright"' of Pembroke


after 1759 he

was connected with a Hanover foundry.

(2d) 1760X, 43 John* (9, 2, 1) m. (1st) Grace (Carr?) (Stetson) Estes of HanElizabeth and William Susanna, dan. of
;

over,

b.

June

27, 1737.
first

Children (by
1

wife)

13

John,

114 Carr.

in

John 4 Barker was a founder at Hanover 1763 he hails from Povvnalborough, Me.
46 Joshua 4
(9, 2, 1)

in

1751 and 1759. but

Children

115 Sarah.

116 Joshua.
117 Huldah,
1

18

Robert

E.,

4 47 Gideon Hodges, b. Apr.

(9, 2,
3,

1 )

;//.

Rachel, dau. of Robert and Rachel


6,

1755,

d.

July

1849.

Children

119 Charles,

/'.

Mar.
/'.

20.
10.

1774,
1776.
d.

120 Diadamai,
121

Jan.
1.

Caleb,

b.

Apr.
b.

1779.

at sea,

1797.

122 Abigail,

Aug. 6, 123 Nathaniel Hedges, Aug. 7, 124 Daniel.


/>.

17S2.
b.

Feb.
1/.

2,

1784,
19.

17S7,

May
14. 19.

1849.

125 Ira.

/>.

July

19.

1790. d.

May.

1870.
5,

126

Thomas Howland,
Charles
:

/'.Dec.

1795. d. Fob.

1812.

[F. R.].

jj9

Children
126 126

A
B

Anna,
Elizabeth,
1
(

51

Joshua

20, 3, 1)111. Oct.

1746, Abigail, dau. of

Thomas

(21) and Bethiah (Little) Barker. Children


:

127 Deborah,

b.

Oct. 22. 1747,


10.

d.

Mar.

4.

1832.

128 Sarah.

/>.

Apr.
/>.

1751. d.

Sept.

14, 11.

1815.
1828.

129 Bethiah,

Dec.

16.

1753. d. July

[F.

].

Joshua

Barker served as lieutenant


in the

in the

West Indian cam-

paign of 1740 and


other wars.

Cuban expedition

of 1762, as well as in of benevolence, honor

He was

a brave officer, a

man

and amiable manners.

Havinsf served his Kins: for so

manv

years, he

remained loyal during the Revolution, and


srah

his

daughters
f

shared

his views. Del

was

a very gifted conversationalist,

her mind was stored

with the best literature

and her discourse

was seasoned with wit and kindly satire. Although she lived to a great age, her intellect remained sound and vigorous to the end. Bethiah wrote the family genealogy (v. p. 3), and was devoted
to history

and

travels, while

Sarah interested herself

in

philosophy

and

logic.

All three sisters were affectionate in their disposition,

kind and charitable to the poor and sick, and of unflinching integ-

H. B. declares that she had never known a family where there was such perfect harmony and so much intellectual enjoyrity.

ment.
4 52 Francis (20.

3. 1)

;;?.

Apr. 24. 1738, Hannah, dan. of John

and

Grace
d.
:

(Stockb ridge)
Jan.
8,

Thaxter

of

Hingham,

/>.

Jan.

27,

1719-20,

1773.

Children
131
I3_'

130 Hannah,
Francis.

b.
/'.

Fel). 6.

1738-9- d.

Nov.

27.
1.

1787.

Feb.

6.

1740-1. d. Oct.

1793.

Mary,

/>.

7 "3. Feb. 26, l74/>.

U3

Joshua,

July
/>

14.

1745- d.

134 Elizabeth. 135 Lucy.


/'.

Oct.
1.

11.

1747. d.

Mar. 14, I75-Mar. 14. 1752.

Mar. 31, 175-'. Mar. 13. 1752. 137 Joshua, b. Mar. 24. i/53- (/ Apr. 2. 1800. 138 John, b. Aug. 3. 1755. d. Nov. J?. 1828.
Oct.
1749- d.

130 Grace,

b.

Jan. 29,

1/5-- d.

H lI -l139 Thomas, b. Apr. 3. 1758, d. Aug. 14. 178-' Francis 4 Barker was an esteemed citizen of Hingham, a master
l
-

shipbuilder and a captain in the militia.


4 56 Dehorah (20.3.
1

111.

1741 (pub. July 12), Col. John,


Belle

in

of lion.
Scituate,

John and Elizabeth (Holmes) dishing of


b.

House,

Aug.

16, 1722 [F. G.].

4 59 Lucy (20,3,

///.

(1st) Jan. 15, 1744. Onesimus, son oi


b.

Thomas and Joanna (Tinkham) Macomber,


Apr. 24,
61
1

June

1720.

d.

79

2d

Curtis [M. K.j.


1st)

Thomas

(21,3.

//;.

Ferabee Pugh, dau. of

'

Savage of Cornwall. Eng., ami widow of Col. Francis Pugh; Elizabctl 1754, Penelope Craven, dau. of Dr. Samuel and
and widow of
Craven,
b.

<

June

17.

1728, d.

1793+-

23

Children:
140
141

Thomas.
Elizabeth,
b.

</.

young.

1745X.

d.

1830.

Thomas 4 Barker removed


tions

to

North Carolina, where he became


man.

a prominent lawyer and a wealthy

He owned

three planta-

on the Roanoke, and more than three hundred negroes; he


the teacher and friend of Gov.

was

the influence of his uncle.

Samuel Johnston. Doubtless Chief Justice Little, was of great assist-

ance to him.
revise

He was

appointed one of four commissioners to

and modify the laws of the Province.

Though

Col. Bar-

ker was a Loyalist, his wife was an ardent patriot.


at

She presided

the

their

agreement

famous meeting of Edenton women when they drew up to drink no more tea till the tax was remixed;
occasion the British soldiers had seized a horse from

when on one
animal
free.

her husband's stables, she cut the halter with a sword and set the

The

portrait of Col. Barker here published

is

photo-

graphed from

a painting by Sir

Joshua Reynolds, now

in the pos-

session of his descendants in

North Carolina.

62 Bethiah 4 (21,3,1)
son of Isaac,
in 1755.
b.

m. Gen. John

Winslow
1774.

of

Plymouth,

May
the

2j, 1702, d.

Apr.

17,

Gen. Winslow,

removed

Acadians from Nova Scotia by command of


his

Gov. Shirley, though much against

own

wishes.
in

In 1762 he
Co.,

was chief
and
at

justice of the

Court of

Common

Pleas

Plymouth

one time he served with James Otis on a commission apthe

pointed to settle

boundary between Massachusetts and


also active in the

Xew

Brunswick.

He was
Otis.

Stamp Act

agitation in

company with

64 Abigail 4 (21.3.
cis

m. Oct.

1746, Joshua, son of Fran-

(20) and

Mary (Jacob)
1
)

Barker.

69 Deborah 4 (23.3,
Marshfield [Co. K.J.
low,
b.
(

111.

June

7.

1729.

?son of Gilbert and

Anthony Winslow of Mercy (Snow) Wins-

Apr. 24, 1707).

70 Elizabeth 4

(23,3,1)

m.

Aug.

17,

1736,
b.

Seth,

son

of
d.

Thomas
1772

audi

Mnry (Ewell) Bryant


7).

of Scituate,

Feb. 12. 1714.

(will,

Aug.

24

COL.

THOMAS BARKER.

25

f
1 )

y\

Rhsha

(23,3,

in.

Jan. 25, 1738, Elizabeth, dau. of [saac


b.

and Elizabeth (Tucker) Bowen of Pembroke,


25,
1

1721X.

d.

Xov.

79

[Cem.].

Children
142 Mary.
b.

May

2,

17.40.

d.
(/.

143 Elizabeth,

Nov. 15. 1813. June 19, 1786.

144 Joshua,
145 Ruth.

146 Isaac

Bowen,
/>/>.

b.

Oct. 23.
10
5.

1753.
</.

</.

Apr.

22,

1845.

147 Josiah.

Aug.

1760.

1789X.
[P.

148 Francis, bp.

May

1765.

R .].

Ehsha

Barker was a "joyner"

at

Pembroke

in

1738, bnt calls

himself a "shipwright" in 1764.


4 72 Josiah (23,

3,

///.

Sarah, dau. of
b.

Thomas and Joanna


1713.
</.

(Tinkham) Macomber
f>,

of Marshfield,

Oct. 27,

Jan.

1786 [M. R.]


:

Children

149 Ebenezer. 150 Deborah,


151

b. b. b.

Aug.
Oct.

3.
5.

1739. d 1741.
(/.

July

10.

1781.

1786+.
Mar. Mar.
27.
,

Thomas,
/>.

Oct. 29. 1743.


Sept.
2,

</.

1780.

152 Joanna, b
153 Sarah. 154 Ursula. 155 Sarah,

1745.
1747.
1741).
1

d.

1786+.
1748.

Sept.

14.
5.

d.

2.
,

/'.

b. b.

Mar. Aug.
6,

d.

1786-f.

6.

75

156 Lydia.

Feb.
is

1754. d.

Mar

23.

1830,

[F. R.]

Josiah

Darker

rated as gentleman of

Pembroke

in

1754 and

1769, and left an estate of 002.


ing-.

He

occupied himself with farm-

7^ Ruth'

(zt,,

3,

1)

;//.

Feb. 24. 1742-3. John, son of


b.

Kenelm

and Patience Baker of Marshfield,


4 7$ Isaac (24,3,
1

Oct.

18,

1719 [M. R.]

).

This
111.

may have

been the Dr. Isaac Bar-

ker of Middleboro,

who

(ist) Apr. 7, 1760, Zerviah Carter of

Dartmouth; (2d) June

14.

1764. Abigail

Robbins.
Sept.
1,

Letters of
178S.

administration were granted to his

widow

He

was one of the best-known


character, of

physicians in Massachusetts, an original


entertaining stories were told.

whom many
3,

76 Hannah 4 (24.
78 Mary 4 (24,
3,

[)

m.

Brown.
Tiger.

1)

m.

26

4 79 Deborah

(25.4,1)

;;/.

Aug.
Mar.

15.
5.

1738, Jonathan, son of

Jonathan Burnell of Boston,


81

d.

1799 [F. R.].

< Robert 4 (25.4,


(

C\
1
)

111.

1st) Feb. 16, 1744, Jedidah, dan. oi

James and Rachel


d.

Brown) Chase
,

of Nantucket,

b.

Feb. 15, 1723,

Sept.

14.

1762: (2d) Apr.

1763, Sarah Gardner, dau. of

Abishai and Dinah (Starbuck) Folger of Nantucket, and widow


of Hezekiah Gardner,
b.

Oct. [6, 1739.

d.

Mar.

24, 1833.

Children

157 Judith,

b.

Fch. 24,
b.

1745.
1747,

d
(/.

Jan. 20.

1822. 1S36.

158 Margaret, 159 Lydia. 160 Mary.


161
b.
b.

July

9.

Mar.
Sept.
8,

10.

Sept. 2~, 1749.

t/.

1833.
,

Mar.
b.

10.
.

1752,

rf.

1754. 1763.

Mary,

b.

1756.

d.
1,

162 Robert,
163 James,

b.
b.

June Nov.
July

26.
11, 12,

1757, d. Jan.

1782.

1759,

d.

Jan.

16,

1832.

164 Francis,
165 John.
b.

1762. d. Dec. 30, 181 2.


,

166 Hezekiah,
168 Jedidah,

Mar. 3, 1764- d Apr. 1764. b. Aug. 3. 1765. d. Jan. 1795. 167 Sarah, b. Oct. 1, 1767. d. Mar. 3. 1795.
,

b.

Dec.

3,

1770. d. Dec.

II,

1831.

169 Mary,
170
171

b.

May
b.

30.

1773. d. Jan. 31,


13,

1861.
13.

Abraham,
Isaac,
b.
b.

June
16. 17.

1775. d.
rf.

Aug.
8 or
26,

1820.
5,

Feb.

1778,

May
Dec.
in

Aug.
1871.

1797.

172 Jacob,

Dec.

1779,

rf.

[N.

P..

F.

].

Robert

Barker removed

1772 from Nantucket to

Swan

Island in the Kennebec River in order to escape the troubles of

war.

He

died at sea.

82 Samuel
Bartlett

(25,4,1) m. Feb. 10, 1747, Christian, dan. of and Judith (Bunker) Coffin of Nantucket, b. June 18,
7,

1730,

d.

May
:

1805.

Children

173 Phebe, 174 Prince,

b.

Sept. 27, 1748.

d.

May

25,

1825.
,

b.

Aug.
b.

2^,

1750, d.

Aug.

1779.

175 Elizabeth,

July

14,
1.

1752. d.

176 Latham,
177 Peleg,
b.

b.

Mar.
,

1754. d.

May 2S, 1819. May 2. 1S24.


,

1760, d.
d.

June
Sept.
(/.

1816.

178 Isaac, 179 Judith. 180 Deborah,


b.

Oct. 20. 1780.


d.
3,

1845.
J..

July

21,

1770.

Sept.

1845.

[N. F.].

Resided

in

Pembroke and Nantucket.

27

83 Josiah* (25,4, Apr. (2d)

/;/.

rst

1753. Elizabeth, dan. oi Richard


/.

and Mary (Star buck) Mitchell of Xantucket,


9.

Aug.

12.

1737.

(/.

[761

Elizabeth Coffin, dan. of

George and
</.

Eliza-

beth Hiissey of Xantucket, and widow- of Peleg Coffin,


13,

June

1805.
:

Children
181

Hepsabeth,
b.

b.

Dec.

6,

1754.

rf.

Sept. 20. 1798.


5,

Mar. 31, 1757. rf. Dec. 183 Elizabeth, b. Nov. 3. 1764, d.


1S2 Eunice,
184 Jpsiah,
b.
/'.

1838.
.

1858.

Feb. 20, 1765,

rf.

July

13,

1818.
10.

185 Samuel,
[85

1771. d.
rf.

June
1794.

1839.

Sarah.

Aug.

17.

[NET

84 Mary'

(26. 4.

1)

m.
a
little

Bennett.

Mary Bennett became


sumably
at

insane after her husband's death,


In
1788, pre-

and was under the care of one of her brothers.


the demise of her brother Peleg,
I.,

Isaac

Anthony of

Portsmouth, R.

was appointed her guardian.


in.

4 85 Sylvester (26,4, 1)

Oct.

3,

1751, Capt. Joseph, son of


of Hanover,
b.

Henry and Abigail (Stockbridge) Josselyn


,

Dec.

1699,

d.

Apr. 30. 1787.

Sylvester Barker only surrendered after a siege of six years


to the suit of Capt. Josselyn.

"He

declared that he loved the very


literally true, for she
she.

ground she stood upon, which proved


no peace after her marriage, because
pos-session of

had
in

would not put him


like thy

her land.

Xo

one entered a meeting-house with

more grace ami dignity than she: 'walk


was a command
86 Peleg*
Children
:

Aunt

Josselyn'

that

rung
])
111

in infant ears."

(11. B.)

(2(>, 4,

Barsheba

186 Robert,
187 Lydia,

b.
b.

May
b.

3.

1734.

Apr. n, 1738,
Feb.
is
13.

188 Susanna,

1749.

Peleg 4 Parker

said to have been "a jolly soul, fond of fun

and

frolic" (II. P.).

8y Prince 4 (26,4, 1)
72 1,

in.

Nov.

6,

1746. Abigail, dau. of Benjab.

min and Deborah (Parker, 10) Keen of Pembroke,


1

Feb.

6,

d.

Sept.

2,

1790.

28

Children

189 Prince,

b.

Oct. 26, 1747.

d.

June
Jan.

24,

17S1.

190 Isaac,

b.

May
b.
fr.

1.

1749. d. Dec.
c/.

15,
7,

1825.

191 Abigail,

Jan. 29, 1751. Jan. 29.

17S9.

192 Deborah.
193

1753.
i7.r (>.
(/.

Benjamin,

b.

New

30.

June

nj.

1837.

[F.

Prince 4 Barker "was a kind-hearted, honest man. that every-

body loved:

his hospitality

extended

to all

and

his

house was a place of general rendezvous" (H. B.).

55 Elizabeth 4 (26,4,1)

in.

Apr.

15,

1752,

Samuel Gould of

"Bestown"
8<j

[P. R.].
1)
1)

Lydia 4 (26,4,
1

m. July 25, 1745, Nathaniel Little.


in.

56 Joseph

(28, 4.

Jan. 12. 1738, Rebecca, dau


b.

of Ger-

shorn and Rebecca (Ripley) Smith,


1792.

Apr.

14,

171

1,

d.

Oct. 24,

Children:
194
I

lizabeth.
b.

195 Ruth.

b. Aug. Aug. 29.

16.

1738.

1740. J.

Mar.
(/.

26,

1769.

190 Edward,
197 Phebe, 198

b.

Apr.

20.

1743.

Dec. 24. 1756.

b. Aug. 29, 1745. Judah (Judith), b. Jan. 31. 190 Abraham, />. Feb. 2^. 1750-1,
/'.

1747-8. d. Jan.
J.

9.

1797.

Feb.

6.

1770.

200 Joseph,

Sept. 2J. 1754.

[L.]

98 Francis 4

28. 4. 1) m. Oct. 22. 1747. Sarah, dau. of


b.

Samuel

and Sarah Howland,


4 99 Isaac (28,4,
1

Aug.
m.

31,

1731.

May

30. 1745, Elizabeth, (?) dau. of

Isaac and Elizabeth HowlaVid of Tiverton.

Children
201

Bathsheba.
b.

b.

Jan. 13. 1740,


8,

202 Michael,

Aug.

1748.

.-

203 Rebecca, b. Mav 14. 1751, 204 Mary. &. Feb. 24. 1753/ 205 Isaac, b. Aug. 4. 1754.

206 Elizabeth,
207 "Ann, iog Ruth,
-\

b.

Oct. 30. 1753,


30.

Nov.
/>.

1757,
1730.
</.

2CS Rhnc'a,
b.

July
6,

18,

July

17O1.

Dec.

12.

i8si.

fl-

100 Jabez 4
<!

(28,4, 1;

,,,.

1747 (pub. Oct. 5), Meriba Borden

Tiverton.

29

Children

210 Susanna,
211 Mary.
b.

b.

Mar.
18.

3,

1749,

June
b.

1751,

212 Sylvester, 213 Robert,


b.

Sept. 12. 1753,


8,

Mar. 2. 1756, d. July 214 Stephen, b Aug. 4. 1750,


215 Penelope,
b.

1835.

Sept.
2^,,

5,

1761,

216 Lemuel,
217 Rebecca,

b. b.

Jan.

1764.
176/. d-

June

13.

Dec. 26, 1843.

[L.

102 104

Mary 5

(38, 8. 2. 1)

m.
1)

Tidmarsh.
m. Eunice (Hodgson?).

Thomas"
:

(42, 9,

2,

Children

218 Thoma?. 219 Eunice, 220 Ezekiel.


221

b.

Apr. 30, 1764,


Sept. 27, 1767,
2, d.

b. b.

Oct.

2,

1767.

Molly,

b.

Sept.

1770,

222
223

224
225 226
[N. B. The chart (v. Introd. p. 3.) gives him nine children, the records supply the names of four. II. B. mentions "a Ilodpson" as wife of another Thomas (60, but family letters prove her in error; perhaps she belongs here.]

This
in

is

probably the

Thomas

Iiarker

who

served as a private

the Hingiiam

regiment of Col. Lincoln during' the Revolu-

tionary

War.
mi.

106 Elizabeth 5 (42,9.2,1)

Sept.

13,

1770. Bachelor, son


b.

of Bachelor and Joanna (Hatch)


d.

Wing

of Hanover,

1745,

Apr.

7,

1808

[II. R.].

107 Hannah'' (42,9,2.1) m. (1st) Dec.


of Isaac and Lydia (Jones)
</.

12.

1804. Isaac, son


b.

Keen

of Pembroke,

Apr. 27. 1736,

July

7,

1815;
/).

(2d) Dec.

18. 1817. Lot,

son of Isaac and Lydia

(Jones) Keen,

Mar.

6,

1743, d. Mar. 17, 1826 [P. R., L.].


for-

When Hannah
bands. time
hi.-,

Barker was nearly sixty years of age her

tune was told, and the fates declared that she should have two hus-

As

she was

still

unmarried, she remarked that she had no


to her first consort.

t<>

lose,

and soon she was united


at

After

death she married,

the age of seventy-two, her husband's

brother ami her

first live.

ft

mi Robert 5
i/73, d. Oct.
i,

'\

n
1)
111.

(42, 9, 2,

Feb.

4.

1798. Deborah, dan. ot


b.
,

Stephen and Abigail (Turner)


1849.

Bailey of Pembroke,

Children

227 Robert,

b.

July
b.

15.

1799,
1.

rf

Mar.

18,

1S79.

228 Deborah, 229 John,


230 Eli/a.
b.
b.

Sept.
14,

1801,

Feb.

1804. d.
d,

1S73 (will, July 28).


i%71

Sept. 25. 1806,

[F. R.]

Robert"'

Barker was a Friend, but was disowned because he


in a

made

cannon-balls

Xew York

foundry.

In 1800 he sold for

1000 the homestead near the land of Jeremiah Hall.


110 and 112 Gideon 5
5 (42,9,2,1) and Joshua

(42,9,2, 1)

are said to have descendants in the state of

Xew

York.

Gideon 5

Barker was a blacksmith


120 Diadamar' (47,

at

Pembroke

in

1794.

9, 2, 1)

m. 1822 (pub. Nov. 5), Dr. Levi

Lincoln [Bry. Ms.].


122 Abigail 3 (47,
9, 2,
1
)

m.

Phillips.

124 Daniel 5 (47,

9,

2,

1), m.

1812

(pub.

May

2),

Betsey

Bourn of Bridge water.


Children
:

231 Caleb,

b.

Feb.
b,

4,

1S13.
6,

232 George,

Nov.

1817,
1822,

2^
125

Eliza,

/'.

Apr.
b.

30,

234 Betsey,
Ira"'

Oct. 28, 1827.


111.

[Bry. Ms.]
Jul. 23,

(47, 9. 2, 1)

1812,
9,

Deborah
d. Jul.

B., dau. of
17, 1869.

John and Bathsheba Sylvester, k. Apr.


Children:
235 Ira Thomas,
b.

1793,

Feb. 21. 1813.


15.

d.

Mar.

27.

1869.

236 Deborah,
23R Joshua,

b.

May
b.

1816, d.
14,

1S71

(adm. Jan. 23).


1SS5.

^37 Waiters Burr.


/>.

Aug.
6.

1818. d. Dec. 13,

Aug.

1820,
21,

239 Lucy Ann, b


241

Apr.
/>.

1822, d.
4,

Apr.

24, 1892.

24 John Sylvester,
Adeline,
b.

Jan.
6,

1S24.

Apr.

1826.
b.

242

Hannah

Elizabeth,
b.

Dec. 20, 1828,


18,

243 Cordelia,

Aug. 3. 1830. J. Dec. 244 Susan Church, />. Aug. 28. 1832,
245

1876.

Abby France-.
Pauline,

/>.

Sept.
b.

18.

1834.
18.

/.

Oct. 24,

1880.

246 Bathsheba Maria,


247 Helen
b.

Sept.
10.

1836.

July

1839.

[F.

R.]

131

Francis

(52, 20, 3,

m. Sept. 27, 1764, Grace, dau. of


b.

Hezekiah and Grace (Hatch) Leavitt of Hingham,


1748,
d.

May

15,

Dec.

10, 1790.

Children
248 Francis, b Sept. 1. 1765. d. Dec. 12, 1765. 249 Francis, b. Feb. 8. 1767. d. Oct. 14, 1768. 250 Grace, b. Jan. 15, 1769. d. Oct. 14. 1771.
251
Elizabeth,
/.

b.

Feb.
3,

3,

1771.

252 Francis,
253 Francis, 254 Charles,
255 Charles, 256 Francis,

Oct.

1773, d.
17.

young.
d.

b.
b.

Sept.
Sept.

1775.

young.

7,

1777. d.

Sept. 19. 1777.

b.
5.

Sept.

19,

1784, d. Jan. 16. 1785.


d-

Sept. 20. 1790.

Dec.

20.

1790.

[H.

Francis
132

Barker was captain of a Hingham company


5

in 1771.

Mary
June

(52, 20,

3,

1)

m. Oct. 26, 1775, Thomas, sun of


b.

Samuel and Abigail (Smith) Thaxter of Hingham,


1748,
(/.

Aug.

25,

20. 1813.
3

137 Joshua

(52, 20, 3.

in.

Oct. 17. 1779, Susanna,


b.

clan, of

Benjamin and Susanna (Joy) Thaxter of Hingham.


1755,
d.

Jul.

13,

Feb. 20, 1828 (at Deerfield).


:

Children

2 57 Joshua

Thomas,

b.

Nov.

12. 1780, d. d.

Aug.
1P57.

13.

1782.

258 nuzabeth, 259 Susan, b. Oct.

young.
24,

18.

1782. d.

Aug.

[H. H.]

Joshua by
in
all

Barker was a strong Tory, but was highly esteemed

classes in the
a

community.

He was

a practising physician

Hingham. and
it

member
he

of the Massachusetts Medical So-

ciety;

is

said that
it

tried every

new medicine upon himself


his

be-

fore giving

to his patients.

He was

graduated from Harvard

College

in

1771.

His wife, who was

own

cousin, was, like

himself, very

handsome and
5

fine-looking.

138 John

(52. 20, 3,

was not married, but devoted

his life

to military service.
in

He was commissioned
1814 and continued

captain in 1788, major


1812.

1797, lieutenant-colonel in 1801 and brigadier-general in


retired
in

He was

to reside

in

Hingham.
a very

Originality of thought and brilliancy of intellect

made him

agreeable companion, and he was a great favorite with young


people.

32

141

Elizabeth 3

(61, ai, 3,

l)

/.

Col.

William

Tunstall.

Elizabeth 5 Barker was early

left

an orphan, and was reared by


at

her kinsman, Gov. Peyton Randolph,


she was addressed by

Williamsburg, Ya.. where

she refused.

Thomas Jefferson and Patrick Henry, whom Her descendants now reside in North Carolina.
in.

3 142 Mar}- (71, 23, 3, 1)

June

15,

1760, Dea. Josiah, son of


b.

Rev.
1738,

Thomas and
d.

Judith

Miller) Smith of Pembroke,


II.].

Feb. 26,

Apr.

4,

1803 [P. R., Han.


3.

3 143 Elizabeth (71, 2^.

r)

m. Feb

.1,

1770, Joseph, son of

Joseph and Mary (Homer) Ramsdell


1743.
d.

of

Pembroke,

b.

Jul.

3,

Aug.
1

5.

1817 [P. R., Han.


m.

II.].

145 Ruth" 171,23,3, 1)

Ellis.
,

146 Isaac
dan. of
12.

Bowen 5 (71, 2^. 3, 1) in. Nov. 29, 1792, Elizabeth, William and Mary (Turner) Torrey of Pembroke, b. Oct.
d.

1766,

Apr. 2^,

85 1.

Children:
260 Elizabeth,
261
b.

July

30.

1793. d.
b.
</.

Mary

(Polly) Turner,
&.

262 Ruth,
263 Maria,

Sept.

10, 14.

1706.

Aug. 27. 1868. Nov. 22. 1794. d. Dec. Aug. 19, 1890.
Nov.
Mar.
Feb.
22.

24,

1866.

b.
/>.

Mav

179S, d. Feb. 18, 1876.


i8co. d.
29.

264 Bowen,

Mar. 11. 265 Sophronia. b. Apr.


266 Josiah,
267 Francis,
b. b.

1874.
11.

1802. d.

Dec.
8.
1,

1882.

Sept. 24, 1804. d

1873.

Dec. 22. 1806.

c/.

[863

[P. R.. F. R.]

Isaac

P>."

Barker was

a ship and house carpenter.

147 Josiah"' (71, 2^.


of Jacob

3,

1)

in.

May

26,

1785, Elizabeth, clau.


b.

and Freelove (Phinney) Thomson of Middleboro',


1766 [Mid. R.].
27,, 3,
1
)

June

17.

5 5 149 Ebenezer (72,

?;;.

Apr.

2.

1761, Priscilla, dan. of


b.

Capt. John and Ruth (Sturtevant) Loring of Plympton,


l

Aug.

7>

737<

d.

Oct.

3,

1811.

(Apr. 23. 1786, she

111.

Thomas Ma-

goun.)
Children
:

268 Priscilla, 269 Josiah,


23,
fr.

b.

(at

Pembroke) Feb.

3.

1762, d. Oct. 14.

1838.
Sept.

(at

Marshfield) Nov.

16,

1763,

(/.

(at Charleston)

r847-

33

270 Loring.
9.

b.

(at Marshfield)

Aug.

5,

1765, d.

(at Charleston)

Apr.

1848.
b.

271

Macomber,
/)

(at

Marshfield)

Oct.
1806.

5.

1767,

d.

(at

Demerara.

Briti-h Guiana)

Mar.

272 Ebenezer,

Sept. 26, 1769,

1854 or 1855. 273 Deborah. />. (at Trenton) Aug. 18. 1771. d. 274 John. b. (at Trenton) July 24, 1773. d. (at Salem) Aug. 17, 1839.

275 Sarah.

b.

(at
b.

Pembroke)
(at

Jan.

4.

1777. d.

\777 or 1778.
1779.
d.

276 Thomas,

Bridgewater)

May

8.

Nov.

i-.

1856.

[F.R.I.

Ebenezer
he was second

Barker followed the trade of blacksmith.


lieutenant at the fort
at

In 1771

on the Gurnet
at

in

Harbor; he served
in

Lexington

in

1775 tinder Col.

Plymouth Bailey, and

1778 as

first

lieutenant

under Col. Jacobs


I.

the battles "i

Tiverton and Quaker Hill, R.


150 Deborah (72, 23,
[P. R.].
3, 1)

m. Sept.

10, 1761,

Thomas Randall

151

Thomas
:

(72, 23,

3,

1)

m. Jan.

8,

1767, Olive Ford.

Children

277 Barnabas, b. Dec. 22. 1767, 278 Elisha. b. Oct. 7, 1769,

d.

1795.

279 Thomas, b. May 7. 1772, 280 ^uve, b. Nov. 25, 1774,


281 Hannah,
b.

Apr.
18.

8,

1777.

282 Sarah,
1

b.

Jan.

1780.

[P. R-j

Thomas" Barker
what

in

1794 was a forgeman

at

Pembroke; some-

later he lived at

Marshheld.
3,
1

152 Joanna" (72, 23.

/;/.

May

30, 177

Caleb Tilden of

Marshfield
[P. R.].
j

son of Joshua and Sarah Tilden,

b.

Nov.

13,

1745)

54

Ursula"'

(72,

27,,

3,

1)

111.

1768, Jonathan

Crooker of

Pembroke.
5 155 Sarah (72,23,

3,

1)

/;/.

Aug.

19, 1773,

Constant Little of
/'.

Marshfield

son of Ephraim ano Alice Little,

May

27, 1749)

[P.R.J.
156 Lydia"'
(

72, 23, 3,

;//.

Nov.

7,

177^. James, son of

James
19.

and Sarah Spra.qiie of Marshfield,


1836 [P. R., V. P.].

b.

Apr.

1,

1759.

d.

Nov.

34

157 Judith

(81, 2?, 4.

1)

in.

Feb.

4.

1762, Shubael, son of


b.

Reuben and Theodate (Coffin) Gardner


1742.

of Nantucket,

Jan. 7,

158 Margaret

15

(81, 25. 4,
{

;//.

1st) Feb. 7, 1765. Paul,

son

of George and Elizabeth


29,

1741.

(2d)

180S,

Hussey of Nantucket, b. May Thomas, son of Thomas and


b.

Judith Jenkins of Hudson, X. Y..

1741.

He was Mayor

of

Hudson, and one of the founders of


5 159 Lydia (81, 2?,

the city.

4,

///.

Jan. 29,

1767, Francis, son of


b.

Francis and

Man

Paddock

Swain of Nantucket,

Nov.

10,

1745, *: Jui. 14, 1814.

1539356
4,
1
)

163 James" (81,


of

2^,,

m.

1st)

Feb.

2,

1786, Sarah, dau.


b.

William and Hephzibah Coffin of Saratoga,


14,

d.

Dee.

1804.

2d

Apr.

9,

1807. Lydia, dan. of Prince and


b.

Deborah Gardner of Nantucket,


Children
:

Dec.

14, 1778, d.

Dec.

1S46.

283 Robert,

b. b.

Apr.
Oct.

6.

17S7. d.

June

20.

1844.

2S4 Lydia.

13,

1788, d. Jan. 10. 1790.

285 William, b. Aug. 28. 1790. 286 Benjamin, b. Nov. 22, 1705,

d.

Feb.

16,

1823.

2S7 Isaac,

b.
h. b. &.

Feb.

16.

1797.
1798.
</.

288 James,
289 Sarah, 290 Lydia.
292

Nov.

18,

Aug.

23,

1800.

Jan. 29. 1808,

291 Elizabeth.

Aug. 28. 1809. d. Dec. J, June 23, 181 1. J. May


/>.

1888.
13.

1815.

Mary Gardner,
r
'

b.

July

II,

1S14.

[X.
4,

F.. F.

R.l

164 Francis

(81, 2j, 4,

;/;.

June

17S6, Deborah, dan. of


</.

Sylvanus and Anna Russell,


Children 293 Anna. h. Apr. 8, Nov. 294 Thomas,
:

b.

May

18, 1763,

Apr.

1,

1842.

1788,
3.

/>.

.1793. d. Sept.

10.

1819.

if>7

Sarah"' (81. 25, 4.

/;/.

Andrew
in.

Si^r onrney of Boston.


1807, William, son of
b.

168 Jedidah 5 (81, 25,

4,

July
of

9,

William and Mary (Barney)


1

Macy

Nantucket,

Dec.

10.

75L

d.

Allg. 16, 18 14.


4.
1

169 Mary"' (81, 2?,


of Snhthhcld, R.
I..

/;/.

1st)

Apr.

8,

1813, Walter Allen


[847,

J.

June

2^,,

[845; (2d)
1769,
</.

\)cc. 30,

Moses

Farnnm

of Waterford, Mass..

b.

Aug.

31, 1855.

i/O Abraham"' (81, 25,

4,

1)

m.

May

17,

1809, Priscilla, dau.


b.

of Gerard and Rachel (Wilson)

Hopkins of Baltimore,

Dec.

4,

T7S0.

Children
295 Sarah,
b.

Fe.b. 28.
b.

1810,

t/

Jan. 29. 1845.


181
cf.

296 Henry Hopkins,


297

Dec.

19,

1.

c/.

Dec.
1.

3.

1858.

Ann

Mifflin, b.

May

21, 1813,

Mar.

1899.

172 Jacob

1"'

(81, 25, 4, 1)

//;.

Aug-, zy, 1801. Elizabeth, dau. of

Thomas and Anna (Rodman) Hazard


2,

of

New

Bedford,

b.

Dec.

1783, d. Sept. 18, 1861.

Children

298 Robert, 299 Robert,


300

b.
b.

June
July

II,

1802. d. Sept. 28, 1803. 1804.


</.

20.
b. b.

Dec. 24, 1830.


1807. d. 1846.

Thomas Hazard,

June
Aug.
/'.

21. 21.

301 William Hazard,

1809. d. Sept. 17. 1879.


11,

302
303

Andrew Sigourney, Anna Hazard. Oct.


/>.

Nov.
25,

181

1.

</.,

Aug.

11,

1846.

1813.

304 Jacob,

b.

May

2^.

1816. d. Apr. 27, 1842.


/.

305 Elizabeth Hazard.

July

4.

1817, d.

May

1878.

306 Sarah,

/>.

July 27, iSrg,

307 Abraham, b

June
28,

3,

1821,
</.

308 Mary,

b.

June
b.

1823.
18.

Jan.

9,

1S26.

309 John Wells,


Jacob"'

Dec.

1825.

d.

Dec.

18.

1825

[F. R.].

Barker was a very versatile and active man.

Not

>nly

banker and a careful student of


cessful lawyer and politician.

was he one of the shrewdest business men of his day. an political economy, but also a

able suc-

When

only twenty-one years of


in

age. he

was engaged
five vessels,
in the

in the

commission business

New York

and

owned
owner
tains

United States.
vessels.

becoming ultimately the second largest shipHe employed chiefly Nantucket cap-

for his

When
first

Fulton built his

first

steamboat,

Jacob Barker imported the

marine engine

into this country,

and

as

his

trade extended to

European

countries, especially to
sell

Russia, he was commissioned to buy and


foreign governments.

ships for several


all

During the war of


British,

18 12,

of his ships

were captured by the


losses,

but,

in

spite

of these

enormous

he raided nearly $S.ooo,ooo for the government, saying,


I

"If the country breaks,

want to break with


3*

it."

He founded

JACOB BARKER.

37

the

Exchange Bank
first

in

1815, established the

"Union" newspaper,
In

and was the


politics

to advocate the building of the Erie Canal.

he was an ardent follower of Jefferson, an original


1

mem-

ber of

Tammany Hall, and nominated Jackson for 'resident in He also served a term in the State Senate. In 1834 he 1820. removed to Xew Orleans, where he was admitted to the bar. and He opposed the secession of Louisiana, later engaged in banking;
and
in

1865 was elected to Congress, but was not permitted

to

take

his seat.

Having

lost

his large fortune by the war, he came to


s >n

Philadelphia, and lived witli his

Abraham
his claim.

until his death.


in

He

never received a dollar of the money that he raised


steadfastly refused to

]8r2, as he

compromise
his life

One
of the

oi the

many
of

dramatic incidents

in

was

his rescue

portrait

Washington from
by the British;

the

at the

White House, when the city was threatened request of Dolly Madison he carried it to a
was
hastily leaving the city.
illustrated

place of safety, while everyone else

The shrewdness
story.

of Jacob Barker
in

is

by the following
Bros., he

When

only a boy

the

employ of Hicks

arranged

for the insurance of a vessel already at sea, but the

company was
At
last

very slow to sign the policy, hoping to escape the

liability.

Mr. Barker announced that they had heard from the


greedy agent, supposing the vessel to be
policy
safe, at

ship.

The

once signed the

and delivered

it.

but was greatly discomfited to learn that

the ship

was

lost

and

his

company was
4,

liable for a large

amount.

173 I'hebe" (82. 25,


b.

[)

///.

Mar., 1810. Jonathan Wheeler,

Sept.

2-j.

1748.

(/.

May

26, 1825.
1)
;/;.

5 175 Elizabeth

{^2, 2j, 4,

Ebenezer, son of

Thomas

and Mary (Fitch) Bailey.


176 Latham"' \^2, 25,
dan. of Peter Fitch and
1750, d.
181
4,

1)

m. Jan.
of

6,

1782. Sarah Osborne,


b.

widow

Samuel Osborne,

Sept. 21,

Aug.

2,

1829.
4,
1
)

Hepsabeth"' (^^, 25,

;;/.

May
May

24. 1774,

William Ilam-

mett of Boston.
182 Eunice5
(83, 25, 4.
1)
/;/.

2S,,

J778. Peleg, son of


b.

Peleg and

Elizabeth
F.J:

Coffin

of

Nantucket,

Nov.

3,

1756, d.

1784+ [X.

3s

5 183 Elizabeth (83, 25.

4, l)

m. Mar. 29, 1787, Benjamin, son


b.

of William Rotch of

New

Bedford,
;/;.

Sept. 12, 1764.


30, 1786, Elizabeth, dan. of

3 184 Josiah (83, 25,

4, 1)

Nov.

William and Ruth Folger of Nantucket.


Children:
310 Sarah,
,311 Josiah.
313 Lydia,
b.
b.

Nov. 13. Mar. 2.


b.

1787, d.
1789. d.
18,

Aug.

II,
,

1794.
i8Ck>.

312 Elizabeth,
b.

Apr.
18,
b.

1790. d. Sept. 22, i860.

Apr.

1790, d.

Mar.

20,

1817.

314 William Folger, 315 Eliza. 316 Sarah,


317

Nov.

9,

1793, J.

Aug.

20,

1794.

b.

May
b.
/>.

5.

1796,
6,

Mary Ann.

Apr.
8,

1804,

318 Martha.
Josiah"'

June

1806, d.

Mar.

5,

1896

[F. R.]

Barker was a judge.

His daughter, Martha, taught


years.

school in Brattleboro, Yt., for


185
cf

many

Samuel 5
Holl,

(83. 25. 4. 1) m.
(/.

Rebecca, dan. of Joseph Parker

Woods

Dec.

7, 1847.

Children
319 Joseph P., 320 Nathaniel,
321 Francis.
b.

June

24,

1795, d. Jan. 23,


d.
d.

1819.

young.
young.
(killed in S. A.).

322 Isaac,
322 Susan,

b. b.
b.

Dec.

7,

1799. d.
22,

1821

Nov.
/'.

1801, d. in Illinois.
d. d. d.

324 Eliza,
325 John

Sept. II, 1807,

Mar.. 1850.

S..

Jan. 22, 1810.

young. young.

326 Rebecca,

327 Henry P., b. Jan. 14.. 1813, 328 Samuel, b. Sept. 6, 1815,

329 Charles C.
330 John,

b.

Mar.

12.

1818,

< 186 Robert"' (86, 26,

^
4, \)

m.

May

20. 1759, Elizabeth (Betty)


b.

Turner

dan. of
:

Amasa and
1760, d.
Jul.
16.

Elizabeth Turner,

June

4,

1729)

Children
331
2,^,2

Peleg./'.

Apr. 27

',

young.
1763. d

Israel Turner,
/>.

b.

young.

333 Joshua,

5. 1774. d. June 2, 1816. 334 .Sylvester. 335 Robert. /'. Dec. 26. 1777. d. young. </. 1844? (adm. Jan. 336 Charles.

Nov. S, />. Nov.

1772, d.

young.

15)

[P. R-]

The wife of Robert 5 Barker was an excellent m axim was, '"Spend and God will send" [H. B.].
39

cook.

Her

3 ]8j Lydia (Sb, 26,

4,

1 )

m.
1
)

;//.

Brown

or

Bowen.

188 Susanna 5

86, 26. 4,

Burrington.
Bryant, widow.

1S9 Prince 5 (87, 26, 41

m.

Children
337 Deborah,
b.

1773X.
d.

338 Abigail, 339 Prince, 340 John.


b.

1777X.
.

young.
at

</.

young
1
)

sea.

190

Isaac"'

(87, 2(\ 4,

/;;.

Apr. 24, 1791


b.

Bridget, dau. of

John and Hannah Almy of Tiverton,


6, 1S51.

Sept. 20, 1762, bur. Nov.

Children
341

Hannah,
b. b.
b.

b.

Apr.
18,

14,

1792, d. 1837 (will. Oct. 3).


d.

342 Isaac, 343 Peleg. 344 Eliza,

May May
Nov.

1793(4),
1

Jan. 14. 1871.


d.

Hi).

795 (4),

Apr.

3.

1883.
[F. R.]

18.

1798. d. 1866 (will, Jan. 22).

Isaac' Barker,
vent,

upon

his father's death,

found the estate

insol-

and mother, aunts and nieces dependent upon

his exertions.

By borrowing money, he saved

the homestead from being sold at

auction, and carried on the business of clothier.

About
fire,

the year

179S a valuable belt-hammer was destroyed by

and nine
rebuild-

months

later his fulling-mill

burned

to the

ground.

The

ing of the belt-hammer and the


involved him
in

mismanagement

of his

foreman

considerable debt, so that he abandoned his busi-

ness and devoted himself to farming.


figure,

He

exhibited a

fine,

manly

and was a very

skilful

horseman.

"He had

a sound head
in-

and a ready tongue, and though an unlettered man, he was an


sharp and cutting
sarcasm.

teresting companion, full of apt sayings and anecdotes," and often


in his

Yet he had a kind heart, and

cared for his relatives generously; he educated his children carefully

and was ready to join

in their

amusements.
the

He was

memupon

ber of the Friends, and

greatly

enjoyed

attendance

Quarterly and Yearly meetings.


192 Deborah' (87, 26,
4, 1)
;;;.

Jul. 31, 1777, Seth,

son of Seth

and Abigail (Church)


5 193 Benjamin

I'.riggs

[Oh. R.}.
1)

iSy, 26, 4,

;;/.

(1st)

Jan. 2j, 1785, Ann,


<>f

dau. of

Abraham and Susanna (Anthony) Darker


40

Tiverton,

b.

June 17 (Aug. 29), 1750,

(/.

Aug.

16,

I/89: (2d) June 23. 179:,


b.

Rebecca, dan. of Capt. Samuel Partridge of Boston,

1752,

d.

Aug.

11, 1835.
:

Children

345 Abraham,

b.

Nov.

16.

1786.

</.

Feb. 24. 1855.


5,

346 Susan Ann, fe. Apr. 27. 1788. d. Mar. 347 Samuel Partridge, b. Aug. 2. 1792. </.

1861.

in

West.

Benjamin

Barker was

a sickly child,

and

nervous disease
to

made him melancholy and


however, he outgrew
this

unsociable.

As he came
in

manhood,

weakness, and

1779 took half of the


his

Barker

fulling- mill

near the homestead.

By
lie

second wife he
in

obtained a large fortune, which he invested judiciously

land

and became a very successful fanner,


house and farm
property
in

bought the Barker

in

Scituate (v.
first

p.

9), he received considerable

Tiverton by his

wife, and in

nearly every acre that his grandfather had possessed.

Pembroke he owned Me made

himself one of the wealthiest


estate

members

of the family, and left his

unembarrassed to

his children.

5 194 Elizabeth (96, 28,

4,

111.

Jan.

5,

1770, Increase, son of

George and Elizabeth (Allen) Smith.


5 195 Ruth (96, 28,

4, 1)

;/:.

Feb.- 7, 1765,

William, son of Hund.

newell and

Mary Hathaway,
4,
1 )

b.

Jan. 19, 1734,

Aug.

27, 17^5.

5 197 Phebe (96, 28,

111.

Sept. 21, 1766, Stephen Sisson.

198 Judith

(96, 2S. 4.

;//.

Cook.
m, 1766
(pub. Mar.

5 203 Rebecca (99, 28, Rouse.

4,

1)

22),

John

204 (or 211) Mary 5 (99, 2S,


son of Daniel and

4,

1)

m. Apr.
b.

5,

1770, Luthan,

Mary (Slocum) Rowland,


4, 1)

Sept. 15, 1746.

205 Isaac" (99, 28,

m. 1775 (pub. Apr. 4), Rhoda Cook.

206 Elizabeth 5 (99, Cook.

28. 4. 1), m. 1773 (pub. Jan. 30),

Joseph

208 Rhoda 5 (99,

28, 4, 1) m. Oct. 8, 1780,

Pardon Cook.

41

2C9 Ruth'' (99, 28.


ezer and Zerviah

4,

m. Apr.

19, 1778.
b.

Obed, son
3,

or

Eben19,

(Sherman) Cushman,

Jan.

1755,

d. Jul.

^33210 Susanna5 (100,


2S, 4, 1)
b.
111.

Nov. 29, 1770, Thomas, son of


5.

Prince and Deborah Allen,


211, see 204.

Nov.

1743.

213

Robert'"'

(100, 28,
b.

4.

1)

m. Jan. u. 1781, Ruth, dau. of


20, 1760, d. Feb. 13, 1817.

John and Lydia Tucker,


Children
1

Xov.

348 Jabcz.

('.'.

Apr.
b.

1,

17S2, d. Jan. 29, 1S50.


8,

'

349 Esther,, 350 John. b.


.

Mar.
23,

17S4. d.
d.

Mar.

S,

i860.

May
Aug.

178(1,

Dec.

18,

1834.

351 Isaac,

b.

25.

1788, d. Dec. 18, 1857.

352 Ruth.
-

b.

Jul. 4,

1793. d.
11.

May
(/.

2.

1860.

353 Joseph, b. Nov. 354 Lydia, b. Nov.


355 Rhoda.
/'.

1797, d. Sept. 12. 1S61.


1707,

11.
12.

Aug.

iS.

1852.

Aug.

1799. d.

Apr. 21. 1883.

[L]
8.

214 Stephen 5 (too, 2S


(2d)

4, 1)

m. (ist) June
b.

1782, Margaret,

dau. of Samuel Trip of Sandwich,

May

16, 1760, d.

1S02 (pub. Apr. 17),

Sylvia

Sowle,

dau. of

John

and

Patience (Tucker) Ricketson, and

widow

of Jethro Sowle.

Children
357

356 Samuel,

b.

Sept. 17. 1783.


7,

Akkn, b. 358 Abraham,

Dec.
b.

1785.
15,

Jul.

1788,

359 Lemuel, b. June 360 .Margaret Trip.


361 Rebecca.

18.

1790, d.

May

1.

1873.

[L.].

216 Lemuel 3 (too,


William and Maria
Children
:

28. 4,

m. Nov. 28, 1793, Maria, dau. of


Trip,
b.

(Hammond)
5,

Oct. 17. 1772.

362 Phebe,

b.

June
b.

1794.
6,

363 William,

Dec.

1796, d. 1802,
</.

June
Dec.

29,

1863.

364 Nancy. 365 Maria,

/>.

Apd.

13,

Feb. 25, 1817.


10.
5.

b.

Oct. 26, 1806,

d.

1894.

366 Lemuel, b. June 18. 181 1, 3O7 Jabez, b. Mar. 27. 1818,

d.

June

1S79.
[L.].

217 Rebecca"'
of
Ji

100, 28, 4,
(

;;/,

Apr.
b.

12, 1792,

Benjamin, son

hn and Levena

Harmon) Chase,

Aug.

2S, 1761, d.

June

21, 1850.

42

22j Robert
-

(in,

dan. of Dea. Gideon

m. Apr. 3. 1822. Mary C Pfaey. Thomas and Lydia (Cushing) While. a-nJ
42.
T). 2.
1
) .

ft

w ido, v o f-rs n Traty.


-

b.

Apr. 29. 1805.

</.

Jan.

7.

1892.

Children

36S George Cushing,

b.

Mar.

7,

1826, d. Jan. 4,

1892.

22S Deborah" (in, 42.


235 Ira Thomas'
1

9, 2,

1)

in.

Spragtte.

(125. 47, 9,
/>.

2,

1)

w. Sept. 13, 1836.


1893.

Ann

Dean Rich
Children
:

of

Medtord,

Nov.

8.

1S13,

d. Jul. 10.

369 William Henry Peru


)

Stilhnan.

&.

Jan.

6,

1839,

</.

1S73X

(at

Lima.

b. Aug. 24, 1843, d. Aug. Timothy Francis, b. Oct. 9. 1845. 372 Wesley Pickering, b. Apr. 9. 1847, 373 Chalks Stevens, b. Sept. 26, 1849,

370 Irving Scudder,


371

18,

1844.

374 Irianna Florence,


375

b.
b.

Oct. 29, 1851.

d.

May

26,

1858.

Edward Spooner,

Mar.

6.

1853.

236 Deborah 8 (125. 47, 9, 2. 1 ;//. Sept. 9, 1838, George, son of Elijah and Martha (Hatch) Clapp of Xorwell, b. Jan. 5. 1818
i

[F.G.].

237 Watters Burr

(125, 47. 9.

2,

1)

m. Sept. 5 (20), 1841.


b.

Lucy. dan. of Stephen and Sylvia


1820,

(Damon) Sherman,

(Jet. 4,

d Feb.
r
:

2.

1S83.

Children

376 Lucy Burr. b. May 30, 1843, 377 Laura, b. June 23, 1847,
378 Walter Scott,
b.

Jul. 2?,

1S51. d.

Mar.

20,

1888.

238
of

Joshua'"' (125. 47, 9, 2, 1) ;h.

Apr. 23. 1843, Sarah

B.. dan.
b.

Benjamin and Louisa (Skinner) Norwood of Lynnfield,


(/.

Jul. 23, 1819,

Mar.

5.

1879.

Children
379 380

Mary Ellen, b. June 3. 1846. d. Oct. 16, 1879. Velma Jeannette, b. Apr. 5. 1853. 381 Benjamin Norwood, b. Jan. 20. 1S56, d. Oct.. 382 Anthony Irving, b. Apr. 19, 1859. </. Aug. 19. Resides in W'oburn.
239 Llxcy

1858. 1863.

Ann

125, 47, 9, 2,

in.

Sept. 6, 1846, John, son


.
.

of Levi and Ruth Beal of Hanover,


1893.

b.

d.

Dec. 31.

43

240 John Sylvester 6 (125, 47.


Isaiah Crocker oi Osterville,
/>.

9, 2,

1)

m.

Mary

E., dau. of

Jan.. 1839, d.

May

12, 1877.

Children

383 Lizzie B.. b. Nov. 384 Chester Sylvester,

2,
b.

1S60, d.

young

Sept. 19. 1862.


;//.

241 Adeline'"'
P.,

.125, 47, 9. 2. 1)
i

(1st) Jul. 3, 1853. Blaney

son of Benjamin and Sally


d.

Phillips)

Darker of Hanover,
(2d) Jan.
1,

b.

Oct. 22, 1831,

Apr.

15.

1856 (John, 99).


.

1863,

Charles Lincoln,

d.

Mar. 1892.
9. 2.

242 Hannah Elizabeth 6 (125. 47.


Rev. John
son,
b.

1)

>;/.

June

21,

1846,

\V.,

son of John and Betsey R. (Tubbs) Willett of Han-

May

22, 1824, d.

Aug.

21, 1897.

6 243 Cordelia

125. 47, 9. 2.

?/z.

Jan. 16. 185

1,

Isaac, son of
b.

John and Betsey R. (Tubbs) Willett oi Hanover,


1827,
d.

Sept. 2S,

Aug., 1892.
(125, 47. 9,
2, 1)

244 Susan Church

m. Nov.. iS

Edwin
1892.

C, son
245

of

Zenas and Lydia Jenkins


Frances'
(

of

Hansen,
1)
111.

d.

Aug.

9,

Abby

(125, 47,
)

9. 2,

1S57. Albert, son of

George and Eliza


246 Bathsheba

Day

Tcrrey of Scituate.
(125, 47, 9,
2.

Maria'"'

r)

m. Oct. 22,

1854,
b.

Martyn C, sun
,

of
d.

Ebenezer and Mary Thayer of So. Hanover,


Feb.
2-j.

1873.
111.

6 247 Helen Pauline

125, 47. 9, 2, 1)

Dec.

16, i860.
3,

Amos,

son of Nathaniel and


251 Elizabeth 6

Mary Chamberlain,
1)

d.

Mar.

1881.

<

131. ^2, 20, 3.

m. Aug.

13.

1795, Capt.
b.

Luther, son of Xathaniel ami Lucy (Beal) Lincoln,


1764,
</.

Aug.

22,

1823 (in
(

Xew

Orleans).
1
)

259 Susan''

137, 52, 20. 3,


(

;/;.

May

30, 1808, Rev. Samuel,


b.
,

son of William and Katharine


1776, d. Oct. 8, 1859.

Wilder) Willard,

260 Elizabeth 6
P.,

146. 71, 23, 3,


1

m. Aug. 17, 1817. Martin


b.

son of David an
d.

Mercy (Parris) Sturtevant,

Sept.

10,

1791,

May

29, 1852.

44

263

Maria'"'

146, 71. 23, 3, 1)


first
(/.

///.

Rev. Joseph, son of Joseph

and Phebe (Match) Torrey,


Church,
/'.
,

pastor of the So.


i

Hanson

Baptist

1787,

Apr. or May,
3.

S3 5

265 Sophronia

(146, 71, 23,

1)

///.

Thaxter

Reed

of Abington.
>"

266

Josiah''

I Ci 146, 71. 23/3.

&

R
1
)

in.

Nov.

5.

1S34. T'diza. dau. of


b.

Pickels and
ICS13, d.

Rachel

(Ciishing")

Cashing- of Hanson,

May

1,

Apr. 2c\ 1893.


:

Children

385 Elizabeth dishing,

3&6 Eliza Ciishing, 387 Isaac Bcnven, 38S Albert Smith,

b.

b. b.

b. Aug. 28, Nov. 5, 1837. Xov. 25, 1839.

1835. d. Apr. 30. 1837.


</.

Oct

1,

1S68
1875.

^-

Mar.

2_\

.Mar. 31, 1843,

389 Mary Elizabeth, b. Jan. 26, 1847, 390 William Torrey. b. Feb. 14, 1851. 391 Lydia Holmes, b. Mar. 12, 1837

[F. R.]

Josiah

Barker was

Selectman of

Hanson

for seventeen years,

ensign

in

the militia,
;

and deacon
27,,

in the

Baptist Church.

267 Francis'
dan. of
1809,
d.

(146. 71,

3,
(

1)

///.

Oct. 20, 1839, Elizabeth,

Thaddeus and Mercy


Aug.
:

Fuller

Churchill of Kingston,

b.

22,,

88 1.
Oct.
b.

Children
392

Mary

Frances,

b.

8,

1840,
10.

393 Francis Churchill,

Xov.

1842. d. Dec. 25, 1842.

394 William Bowen, b. Xov. 10, 1842. 395 Maria Deleno, b. Mar. 21, 1845, d. Jul. 396 Ellen Sophronia.
/'.

30.

1847.

Sept.

5,

1846,
d.
d.

397 Isaac Thaddeus. b. Aug. 7, 1850. 398 Francis Irving, b. Sept. 30, 1852, 399 Edward Irving. />. Jan. n, 1855.

Jan. 26, 1877.

Apr.

2,

1853.

d.

young

[F.

R.j

Francis Barker was for


physician for the

many
and

years a Baptist missionary and


of Johnson Co., Kansas.

Shawnee Indians

He

was married
268

at the mission,

his children

were

born there.

Priscilla

140. 72. 2$, 3.


(

in.

Xov.

25, 1781, Tilden, son


b.

of Daniel and

Mary

Ramsdell) Crooker of Hanover,

1755-

d.

Sep:. 8. 1818 [I Ian. 11.].

269 Josiah'
II,

; 1

149. J2, 25, 3.


1

111.

Dec.

9,

1787, Penelope, dati.


d.

of Capt. Seth an
1841.

Mary

Turner) Hatch,

/>.

Xov. 24. 1759,

May

45

Children

400 Sarah, 402 Mary.

b.

Feb.

10,
b.
1.

17S8, d. Sept. 24, 1845.


13,
rf.

401 Josiah Hatch,


fc.

Aug.
1704,

1789.

cf.

1856X.
1874.

Aug.

Nov.

30,

403 Ebenezcr. b. Sept. 9, 1796. </. Jan. 4. 1808. 404 Seth. b. Jan. 17. 1799. d. June 20. 1866.

Josiah 6 Barker enlisted

in the

Revolutionary army -when only


his father in Col. Jacobs'
I.

thirteen years of age, and served with

regiment; later for short periods

in R.

and elsewhere.

In 1782

he was on the frigate, "La Hague," under Capt. Manley, on a


cruise in the
ing,

West Indies. After the war, he took tip ship-buildand built some vessels in St. Andrews and St. Johns, X. 1'
I".

as earlv as 17S6.

In 1795 he opened a shipyard at Charlestown


S.

and was so successful that he was made


in

Xaval Constructor

1S11.

lie

built

the sloop "Frolic"

(1813), the "Virginia"


(.18421

(1818), the

"Warren" (1826),

the

"Cumberland"

and

many made
still

other vessels.

He

rebuilt the "Constitution" in 1834. and

the plans for the "Portsmouth'* (1843),


list

which was

in

1899

on the

of ships of the

United States Navy.

He was

letired July 7, 1846.

270 Lcring

149. J2, 23, 3, 1)

;;;.

June

5.

1791,

Mary, dan.

of
11.

F-uward and Margaret (Roberts) Ross of


b.

St.

Andrews, X.

1769,

(/.

March

31, 1838 (in Charlestown).

Children:
405 Priscilla,
b.

Sept.
b.

1,

1792,

406 Margaret Ross,


407

Jan. 28.
7,

1794. d. Jul.

17.

1865.

Edward Ross. b. Sept. 40S Mary Ann. Apr. 27,


/
: .

1795. d. June, 1796.

I79'.

409 Ebenezcr,
411

/>.

May
b.

3.

1799. d.
8,

410 John Loring,


Harriet,
b.

Dec.
17.
b.

1802. d.

Aug. 28. 1839. Aug. 2^, 182,;.


,

Jan.

1805, d.

1889.

412

Thomas
Edward

Motley,
b.

Nov.
1809,

10.

1806.

</.

Apr.. 1863.

4'3 George, 414

Mar.
b.

26,

Ross,

Jul. 24.

181

1.

d. Jan..

1S13.
first

ring Barker was a ship-carpenter, and resided


Ik, later in

in St.

Andrews, X.

Charlestown.

Mis wife's father was an

officer in the British

Xavv during
(

the Revolutionary
in.

War.

271

Macomber 6

149, y2, 23, 3. 1)

Elizabeth Millard of \Y.

Edmiston, X. Y.

46

6 272 Ebenezer (149, 72. 23,

3.

1)

m.

Bedlow and

lived in

Ticonderoga, N. Y.
Children
:

415 Peleg,
8 David, 273 Deborah (149. 72, 23, 3. 1) m. Sept. 24. 1798, son of David and Rebecca (Chandler) Oldham, b. Aug. 17. 1776,

d.

April

1.

1861.
i
-T

274 John

(149, 72, 2$,

3,

m. Oct. 20, 1756.


142) Smith,
b.

Ruth
April

B.
12,

dau.

of.Dea. Josiah and

Mary (Barker,

1773

[Han. H.].
Children
:

416 Maria, b. Dec. 3, 1797, d. young. 417 Ruth. b. Jul. 16, 1798, </. June 7. 1885. 418 John Loring.
b.
b.
,

1800. d.

1800-1803.

419 Mary Smith, 420 John. b. Jan.


421 Sarah,
b.

Dec.

23,
rf.

1800.
at sea.

31,

1804,

Nov. 16. 1805. J. Dec. 28. 1891. 422 Elizabeth, b. Mar. 8. 1807, 423 William Bentley, b. Oct. 8, 1808. d. Oct. 6.

1846.

424 Judith Miller, b. Jul. 20, 1810. J. May 4. 1857. 425 Joshua, b. Sept. 26. 1811, d. at New Orleans.

426 Isaiah.
427 Jacob,

6.
/'.

Nov.

26.

1812,
d.
2j,,

Sept. 24. 1816,


b.

Nov.
1818,

20, 1893.

428 Lydia Sprague.

Nov.

Resided

in

Pembroke and Salem.


1) m.

[!'.

R.. Sni.

Mem.]
d.

276 Thomas" (149. 72. 23,


Salem).
Children
429
:

3,

Hntchins,
young.

1858X

(at

Mary Ann,

d.
,

430 Macomber,
431 Abigail.

d.

act.

18.

432

Mary Ann,
3,

8 277 Barnabas (151, 72, 23,

1)

111.

Jan. 29, 1792. Huklafa

Sherman.
Children:
433 Huldah, 434 Barnabas,

Resided

in

Marshfield and Pembroke.

47

2jS Elisha 6 (151,

72. 23, 3,

1)

mi.

(1st)

Feb.

15,

1797, Re-

becca, dau. of Elisha and Elizabeth (Studley) Curtis of Hanover.


b.
-

</.

Sept. 17. 1798: (2d)


b.

Aug.
d.

2,

1S01,

Deborah

C. Bartlett

of Kingston,

April 21, 1782.

1846.

Children

435 Elisha. b. Nov. 29, 1797. 436 Nathaniel C. &. June II, 1802.

d.

Feb. 22, 1830.

437 Clarissa Bartlett. b. Jan. 4. 1804. d. Jan. 22. 1826. 43S Frederick Bartlett. b. Dec. 22, 1S05. d. Mar. 5. 1808
-

439 Charles, b. Jul. 19. 1807. </. Aug. 20. 1843. 440 Barnabas, b. Jan. 13, 1S10. d. Jan. 19. 1834. 441 Deborah C, b. Jul. 7. 1812, d. Dec. 30, 1835.
442 George M., 444 Rebecca
b.

Sept.
b.

16,

1814. d. Dec. 15, 1835.


24.

443 Susan Bartlett,


P.. b.
b.

Nov.
II,
1.

1816, d.

May

30,

1893.

Apr.

1819, d. Jan. 28. 1851.

445 Benjamin,

Oct.
b.

1821, d.
24.

young.

446 Peleg Bartlett,

June

1823. d.

Aug.

20,

1843

[F.

R.]

Elisha Barker was a ship-builder, and


built the "Sally"* in 1802.
6 279 Thomas (151, 72, 23,

among

other vessels

3,

1)

m. Feb. 10, 1796, Urania,


7,

dau. of Robert and Ruth (Crocker) Ho\vland,6. June

1776.

Children

446A Michael, 446B Thomas, 446C Urania,

Resided

in

Woodstock, Conn.
(

280 Olive 6
son of
11,

151, 72, 2$, 3.

1)

m. 1792 (pub. Jan. 26) Isaac,


of Marshfield,
b.

John and Sarah (Chapman) Rogers


R., F. G.i will

June

1767 [M.

151].

281 Hannah*' (151. 72, 23,


son of Elisha and Elizabeth
d.
(

3,

1)
)

m. July 22, 1798, Reuben,


Curtis of Hanover,
b.

Studley

I/62,

March

9,

1806 [M.

R..

Han. H.].
1
)

283 Robert"
dau. of
1877.

[63, 8t, 2^. 4,

m.
b.

March
Aug.
16.

19,

1807, Lucretia,
d.

Janus and Eunice Hussey,

1787,

March

7,

Children

447 Edward Hussey. 44S James Hussey, b. 1816.

449 Mary,

48

286 Benjamin 6 (163, Si. 25, 4, 1) m. Nov. 6, 1S16. of Obcd and Eliza (Swain) Coleman, b. Jnly 6, 1796.
2S7 Isaac 8 (163. Si.
of David and Phebe
25. 4. 1) m.

Eliza, dau.

June

23. 1839, Sally M.. dan.


b.

Andrews

of Nantucket,

Dec.

4,

1S05.

289 Sarah'' (163. Si,

25. 4.

1)

m. Presbury, son of Joshua

and Benlah

Wing

of

New

Bedford.

290 Lydia" (163, Si, 25, 4, 1) in. Aug. 3, 1S43. Heman, son of Alvan and Phebe Crocker oi Barnstable, b June 5, 1S09, d. July
19.

1856.

292 Mary Gardner" (163, Si,

25.

4,

1)

m. Aug.

II,

1S36,

David
293

G., son of Frederick

and

Ann

Swain.

Anna'''

164, Si, 25, 4, l) m. Sept., 1807,

George

G.. son

of George and Rebecca (Slocum) Folger of Nantucket.

294 Thomas

(164, Si, 25, 4, 1)

m. Dec. 21, 1S26,

Anne

G.

Morgan

of Pa.
(170, 81, 25, 4,
1
')

295 Sarah
son of

in.

Jan. 6.
</.

1S29, Sanderson,

and

Mary (Sanderson)
(

Robert,

Jan., 1S64.

296 Ann Mifflin 8


F.,

170. 81, 25, 4,

;//.

Jan. 4. 1S44. William


b.

son of Dr.
d.

Thomas and Joanna


15,

(Giles) Johnson of Md..

1798,

April

1S62.
1
')

301 William Hazard''

172. Si. 2?, 4,

;//.

Nov.

14,

1S32,

Jcanette B., dau. of William and Catherine (Barber) James of

Albany, X. Y.,
Children
:

b.

1814.

d.

May
.

8.

1842:

450 William, b. 451 Elizabeth Hazard, 452 Robert,


b.

1834.
23.

<1.

Mar.

2,

1889.

b.

May
.

1846.

1840. d. Feb. 8. 1863.


1842, d. Sept.
18,

453 Augustus James,

b.

May,

1863.

303 Anna Hazard'''


G., son of

172. Si, 25, 4,


(

>

;;;.

Oct.

3,

1S40.

Samuel

Thomas W. and Lydia

Gray

Ward
1)

of Boston.

305 Elizabeth Hazard''' (172. Si, 2?.

4.

m. (ist) Baldwin

Brewer

of Wilkesbarre,

'a.

(2d) Thompson, son of

Thomas and

4?

Mary (Underhill) Van Zandt

of

New York:

(y\) John Jacob,

son of John and Ellen (Long) McCaulis.

306 Sarah"

172. 81. 25, 4,

m.

1st)

John C. Harrison
Orleans;
:

of

Baltimore: (2d) William G.

Hunt

of

New
C).

Vttorney-

General of La., 1876: Secretary of the Navy, 18S1


Russia. 1882:
b.

Minister to

1824 (at Charleston,

S.

d.

Feb. 2j, 1884 (at

St. Petershnrg').

307

Abraham8
J.

(172, 81. 2?,

4,

1)
(

///.

(1st)

June

3,
b.

1842,

Sarah, dan. of William arid Deborah


10,

Fisher) Wharton,

Dec.

1821,

Dec. 29. 1866-: (2d) June 28. 1871, Katharine, dan.


(

of

James and Phebe


:

Riggs) Crane,

b.

Feb. 15, 1822.

Children

454 Jacob,

b.

June
b.

iS,

184,4, d.
b.
1.

Mar.

18,

1851.

455 William Wharton,

Jul. 27.

1844, d. Mar.. 1845.

456 Wharton,

May

1846. 1849. d.
1852. d.

457 Abraham. /'. Sept. 458 Sig:.urney. />. May

29.
15,

June Mar.

6, 4,

1851. 1882.

459 Deborah Wharton, b. Dec. 28. 1854. 460 Elizabeth, b. Jan. 4. 185.S, d. Jan. 6, 1S60.
461

Anna

Ferris,

b.

Oct. 28, 1861,

Abraham''' Barker, like his father, began his business career at


a very earlv age.
\\

hen only sixteen years


his father

old.

he was emanci-

pated at

New

Orleans by
in

under an old Spanish law, and

went into partnership


profits

banking business.

The

firs:

year's

were $24,000. and Jacob Barker was taken into the firm

as his son's junior partner in order to give ance.


years,

him advice and

assistin
five

In

1842
to

Abraham Barker having earned $50,000


Philadelphia,

came

and.

with
Co.

his

brother Sigourney,

formed the firm of Barker Bros.

&

In 1845 he

was elected
1

to

the Philadelphia Stock Exchange,

where he has originate

several
1

important improvements, such as the publication of printe

lists

of transactions for each day and the establishment of a clearing-

house.

they were

These methods have since been universally adopted, but le was one of the charter first devised by Mr. Barker.
1

members
to

of the I'nion League Club, which was funned


in
its

in

1862

uphold the Union

dark days and combat the Southern


at

sympathies that controlled the best Philadelphia society


time.

that

In 1879 Barker Bros. & Co. were commissioned

to

have

tour ships built for the Russian government and spent S3. 500.000:
similar orders have been received

from other European countries,


twenty years.
in

and only

this last

year credits were received from the Russian


interval of over

government

after an

Abraham
sold
for
a century.

Darker retired from the stock exchange

[899, and

$9,000 the seat that he had occupied for more than half

The

directors of the

exchange voted him the privilege of the


life,

floor

for the balance of his

an honor never before granted to any

one, and
acter

all

his colleagues unite. 1 in testifying to the

pure char-

and firm integrity of the "Xestor of finance."

business

career of sixty-three years certainly entitles him to this honorable


designation.

311 Josiah 8

184. 83, 25, 4,

;;;.

Ellen

of Liverpool, Eng.

Children

462 Josiah.
463 William,

Resided

in

La.

317 Mary

Ann 8

(184, 83, 25,


b.

4.

;;;.

Richard, son of Daniel

.and Sarah (Greene) Rowland,


6 323 Susan (185, 83. 25,

1800.

d.

T874 [E. G.].


of

4,

1)

in.

Abraham Wood

New

Bedford.

324 Eliza

(185, 83. 2?.

4, 1) in.

list

Thomas, son

of Retime)

Pinkham

(2d)

Thomas Corey
John"
1

of Dartmouth.

3 2 5 (or 330)
7,2S

185, 83. 25. 4.

///.

Lydia Sampson.

Samuel'' (185, 83, 25.

4,

m. Jan., 1840,

Mary

S. Elet-

cher of Dartmouth.
-

334 Sylvester'
Oct.

'

186, 86, 26, 4,

;//.

Rev. Jacob, son of James

and Hannah (Putnam)


11. 1835.

Flint of Cohassct, bp.

Aug.

20.

1768.

(/.

2>^7

Deborah 6 (189,

^y. 26, 4.
I.

1)

111.

Sept.

25.

1818.

Isaac

Chase of Portsmouth, R.
338 Abigail"

189. 87, 26. 4<

,.

_ Dwelley.

52

t,.\2

Isaac'

[90, $~, 26. 4,

m. Feb.

5,

1822, Sarah, dan. of


b.

Isaac and W'ekhia


1794,
(/.

(Winsor)

Little of

Marshfield,

Sept.

29,

Oct. 15. 1885.

Children
464 Peleg,
4'>5
b.

Jul.

l6,
/>.

1823,

rf.

Nov.

16.

1866.
15,

Samuel

Otis,
b.

Jul. 26. 1824. d.


3,

Nov.

1849.

466 Sarah,
4 r>7

Nov.
/>.

1826,
1828, d. Sept. 26, 1885.

Hannah.

Jul. 2,
b. b.

468

Thomas

Rotch,

Jan. 22, 1850.

d.
</.

Dec.

7,

1838.

469 Delia Cushing,


6 343 Peleg

Dec.

12,

1831.

Dec. 23. 183S.

of

190, $7, 26, 4, 1) in. Nov. 7, 1847, Abigail S.. dau. Samuel and Lucy (Delano) Loring of Duxbury. b. Dec. 1,
(

1805,

(/.

Jan. 10, 1878.

345 Abraham''

[93, Sy, 26, 4, 1)

m. Jan.

7,

1819, Margaret,

dau. o\ David and Hephzibah (Mitchell) ButTtun of


I., b.

Newport

R.

Aug.
:

27, 1789, d.

Nov.

4,

1839.

Children

470 Eleanor,
472

b.

Dec.

4.

1820.
d.

471 Benjamin. v /. Sept. 24, 1822,

Apr.

14.

1897.
20.

Abraham Tnbmas,

b.

Jul. 7, 1824. d.
c'>.

Nov.

1869.
8,

473 Elizabeth Huntington,

Aug.
9,

11,

1826, d.

May

1900.

474 Margaret Buffum, 475 Anne,


b.

b.

Apr.

1829,
15,

Jul. 20, 1832, d.

Dec.

1857.

346 Susan

Ann

(193, Sy, 26, 4, i)

111.

Oct.

I,

1812, David,

son of David and Hephzibah (Mitchell) Buffum of Newport, R.


I.,

b.

Dec. 25, 1787,

d.

Dec. 30. 1873.

347 Samuel Partridge" (193, Sy,


Boston,

26, 4, 1)

m. Feb. 27, 1818,


of

Catherine, dau. of William and Deborah


b.

(Hubbard) Cooch

Nov.
:

2j, 1796, d. Feb. 25, 1876.

Children

476 Rebecca, b. Oct. 28. 1819. d. June 477 Catherine Augusta, b. Nov. 9. 182

17,
1.

1840.
16.

d. Jul,

1881.

478 Samuel Partridge, b. Dec. 4. 1824, 479 Susan Ann, h. Apr. 3. 1826. d. Oct.
.

5.

1843.
14,

480 Jane Eliza,


481 Benjamin,

b. b.

Mar.
7.

16,

1827. d.

Nov.
18.

1827.

482 Prince,

b.

May May 23.


b.

1831. J.

May
9,

1891.

1836, d.

Nov.

i860.

483 Sarah Elizabeth,

Apr.

13.

1838.

53

348 Jabc//

213, ico. 28, 4,

m. Pec. 27, 1801,

Amy

dan.

of Job) Smith of Westport.

Children

484 Sally Warren, 485 Meriba Smith.


486 487

488 489 490


491

Aug. 15, 1802. Aug. 8, 1804. </. Apr. 5. 1891. Susanna Allen, b. Aug. 18, i8c6, d. Jul., 1849. Esther. \ Sept. 15, 1808. d. Jan. 17. 1891. Lydia Howland, b. Jul. 29. 1810, </. 1874c?) Robert Henry, b. June 15. 1813, Rutli Tucker, l>. Aug. 7. 18 15. </. Dec. 27, 1894. Job Smith, h. Aug. _o. 1818,
b.
/>.
.

492

Amy

Smith,

/>.

May

29,

1S20,

349 Esther' 1213, Sarah Devol. b. Feb.

100. 28, 4,
11,

;;/.

Pardon, son of David and

1783.

350

John'' 1213, 100, 28, 4.

///.

1813 (pul). July 13),


b.

Amy,
d.

dan. of Daniel and Sarah

(Wood) Howland,

April

5.

1792,

March

27, 187;.
:

Children

493 John YV' .>(!. 494 Joseph, b.

/'.

May

21.
,

1819, d.
1833,
</.

Aug. Mar.
;/;.

6,

1899.
i860.

17.

351

Isaac

,J

(213, 100, 2S,

4,

1)

Hannah Powers

of Hart-

land, Vt.

352 RutlP

213, 100, 28. 4.


Priscilla

in.

Aprn

12,

1827, Otis, son of


b.

Mordecai and
1795,
a.

(Rogers)

Ellis of

Hanover,

Xov.

4,

May

22. i860.
;

353 Josej
Dec.

h'

213. ico. 28. 4,


(

m.

May

2S. 1826, Sarah, dau.


b.

of Benjamin and Rebecca


1?<J2, d.
3.

Barker, 217) Chase of Dartmouth,

1866.

354 Lydia" 1213, ico. 2^,


Peter Wind......

4,

in.

May

22, 1825, Dr.

Simon

355 Rh.xla' (213, 100. 28,


of William

4,

111.

Aug.

31. 1836, Albert, son


b.

and Rebecca Gifford of West Falmouth,

Aug.

31.

1804,

d.

April 21, 1883.


214, 100. 28. 4,
en'
ii\.

356 Samuel"
if>,

1st)

Dec.

19.

1803

Feb.
of

1804) Sarah, dan.


/'.

Roger and Lydia (Peckham) White


d.

Westport,

Sept. 28, 1783.

1809: (2d) July 26. 1820, Sarah,

54

chu. of Daniel and Sarah

(Wood)

lowland,

b.

Nov.

15, 1800, d.

June

7.

1886.

Children:
|

405 Charles White, b. Sept. 17. 1805, 496 Peleg Trip. b. Jul. 8. 1809. d.

d.

Nov.
,

i,

1872.

1850 (in Cal.).

497 Sarah White,

b.

Apr.

22.

1S22, d.

Sept. 28, 1877.

3?? Alden

(214, 100. 28. 4, 1)

m. July

3,

1S06, Mehitable,
b.

dau. of Holder and Elizabeth (Trafford) Tucker,

[789+.

Children:
49S Margaret Trip.
b.

Feb.

1.

1807, d. Oct. 9, 188S.

499

Mary Ann,

b.

Oct. 22, 1809,

358 Abraham" 1214. 100.


beth, dau. of
d.

28, 4. 1) m.
(

1st)

May,
/;.

1807, Eliza-

Roger and Lydia


12.

Peckham) White,
1819, Elizabeth
b.

Feb.

1,

1790,

Jan.

1,

1819: (2d) Oct.

J.,

dau. of Prince
d.

and Elizabeth (Jenney)


1 871.

Hammond,

Feb. 12, 1798,

Jan.

I,

Children
500 Stephen Borden,
501 Eliza
b.

June

8,

1S08, d.

voung.

Ann, b. Aug. 502 George F., 50 \ Alexander R.,


504 Sarah,
505 Mary,
507
b.
b.

11, 1S12,

1S20,
24, 1S21,

Apr. 506 Fucy Aiken,

Abraham,

50S Sophia Gooding,


509 Robert T., 510 Frank A., 510A Elizabeth

Hammond,

510B William T.,


214, 100. 2S. 4. 359 Lemuel Sowle, and widow of
1

1)

in.

May

aau. of

27, 1S19,

Ruth

Allen,

Allen.

361 Rebecca"

1.214, 100, 28, 4, 1)

m. July

8,

1S47, Capt. Ben-

jamin Kelley.

362 Phebe

fi

(216, 100, 2S.

4,

1)
b.

in.

Jan. 16, 1813,

Abraham,

son of Isaiah Borden of Fall River,

April 21, 1790.

55

$63 William' (216, 100.


1

28, 4. l) m. (ist) July 8,

1818

Nov.

3,
b.

1819), Susanna, dan. of Abner and Sarah Potter of Dartmouth,


1790, d. Oct., 1835
/;.
;

2d

May

17,
1,

1836, Rebecca, dan. of


</.

Abner

and Sarah Potter,


Children
511
:

May
25.
8.

2^, 181

Oct.

4,

1887.

William,

b.

Dec.

1820, d. Feb.

19,

1894.

512 Elizabeth,

b.

Feb.

1824,
10,

513 Abner P., />. June 11, 1826. d. Sept. 514 Charle- O., />. Feb. 11. 1831, 515 Susan 516 Sarah, 517
P.. b.
b.

1881.

Oct. i~. 1837.


5,

Oct.
/'.

183S.

June 17. 1840, R.. b. Nov. 25, 1842, 518 519 George F.. b. Aug. 3. 1844. d. Nov., 1846. 520 Caroline A., b. Nov.
M.,
.

Anne Abby

1870.

521

Henry

II..

b. Jul.

7.

1848. d. Oct.

11,

1889.

522
524

Emma
Warren

F., b.
b.

523 Avis H.,

Nov. 28, 1850. Nov. 3, 1854.


July
7.

S., b.

1858.

365 Maria' (216, 100, 28,


5

4,

;;;.

Sept.

1,

1825, Moses, son

of George and

Mary Smith

of Hoosic, X. Y.

3C&

Lemuel'"' (216, 100. 28, 4,]


b.

;;;.

Ruth, dan. of Abner and


d.

Sarah (Sherman) Wilcox,


:

Oct. 25, 1810,

Aug.

20, 1890.

Children 525 Nancy Maria, b. June 2?. 1833, d. Jul. 14, 1867. 526 Alice Sherman, b. Feb. 11, 1835, d. Dec. 21, 1S91. 527 Benjamin Peckham, b. Aug. 1, 1838. d. Nov. 1, 1841.
52S Charles Lemuel,
b.

Sept.

12,

1840, d.

Nov.

1,

1841.

529 Ruth Almy, b. Aug. 28. 1843, 530 Adelaide Frances, b. Oct. 20, 1855,
6 367 Jabez (216, 100, 28, White.

4, 1;

in.

May

19,

1840, Sarah Jane

Children

531 Helen,

b.

Aug.

9.

1843,

Early emigrated to the West.

368 George Gushing 7 (227,

11. 42. 9, 2,

111.

Dec. 26, 1852,


(Bartlett)

Hannah

Elizabeth, dan. of Algernon S. and


b.

Hannah
Aug.

Sylvester of No. Bridgewater,

July, 1830, d.

23, 1883.

Children
532

Mary

Elizabeth,
b.

b.

Oct.

7.

1853. d.
19,

May
1859.

9.

1S86.

533 Robert,

Jan. 2~, 1859.

d. Jul.

56

William Henry Stillman 7 (235, 125, 47, Hephzibah C. Sanders of Medford.


3''>9

9, 2, 11

w. 1864,

Children
534 Freeman,
b.
,

1S66,

7 371 Timothy Francis (235. 125,47,9,2, r) m.

Clara Steiner of Germany.

Children

535 Lulu, 536 Florence,

Wesley Pickering7 (235, 125, 47. 9, 2, 1) in. June, 1873. Georgianna T., dau. of Joseph H. and Anna Mary (Chase Westcott of Medford.
2>72
1

Children

537 Ernest Pickering,

b.

June

23,

1S76,

375

Edward Spooner
6,
:

(235, 125, 47, 9,

2, 1)

;//.

Apr.

10, 1882,

Lucy M., dan.


b.

of William

and Mary

Ann (Chadbourne)

Morse,

Mar.

1S53.

Children

538 George Albert, b. Aug. 16, 1883, 539 Elsie May. b. Feb. 19, 1SS6,

Boston agent of 376 Lucy Burr 7


1S40.

Home
(21,7,

Life Insurance Co.


125, 47, 9, 2,
(

r)

in.

May
b.

31,

1866.
13.

Elbridge, son of Joseph and Jane

Paine)

Briggs,

June

7 377 Laura (237, 125, 47, 9, 2, 1) ///. Nov. 22, 1868, Melvin, son of Constant and Mary (Little) Little of Xorwell, b. April 3.

18437 378 Walter Scott (237, 125, 47, 9, 2, 1) ;/;. Nov. 18, 1874, Mary. dau. of Warren and Eveline (Bowker) Cushing, b. Feb.

19, 1853.

Children

540 Roland, b. Aug. 26. 1875. 541 Florence Sheldon, b. June 26, 1878.
7 379 Mary EILn (238, Gibson of Medford.

125. 47, 9. 2,

m.

George

57

380 Velma Jeannette 7 (2$$, 125, 47,9, William Frederick, son of Thomas and
Davis of Woburn.

2,

1) m. Oct. 5, 1874,

Margaret (Davison)

386 Eliza dishing7 (266,


missionary

146, 71, 23, 3,

i)

in.

July

9,

1867,

Rev. Josiah R., son of Rev. Josiah R. and Eliza Goddard; Baptist
at

Ningpo, China.

388 Albert Smith 7 (266, 146, j\, 23, 3, 1) in. Oct. 26, [894, Ellen B. .Maxwell, dan. of John S. and Rebecca (Mershom)
Blackmar, widow of a missionary
Bishop's Conversion."
to India,

and author of '"The

Albert S. 7 Barker was appointed to the U. S. Xaval


at

Academy
of
in

Annapolis

in

185,9.

He was
Philip and

present at the
>Lhe

bombardment

Fts.

Jackson and

St.

capture of
in

New

Orleans

1862.

He was commissioned Ensign


in

1862, Lieutenant in 1864

and Lieutenant-Commander
tion, 1873-74,

1866.

While

at the torpedo-sta-

man in America to hre dynamite in shells. Being made Commander in 1877 and placed in charge of the "Alert," he explored many islands near Xew Guinea in search of a shipwrecked crew, and when in command of the "Enterhe was the
rirst

prise," 1882-86, he took deep-sea

soundings around the world. In


to 1891

1886 he became Lighthouse Inspector, from 1889

he was

connected with the Bureau of Navigation, and from 1891 to 1892


in

charge of the Washington


in

Navy Yard.

His Captain's comin

mission was received


the

1892,

and he was placed

command

of

"Philadelphia."
is

For several years he was captain of the


of the Brooklyn
in

''Oregon," and

new Commandant
to the

Navy Yard.

He was advanced

rank of Rear-Admiral
146, 71, 23, 3, 1)

1899.

7 389 Mary Elizabeth (266,

nt.

Jan. 26, 1880,

Rev. Joseph
the So.

I'..,

son of Seth and Matilda (Smith) Read, pastor of


Baptist Church,
b.

Hanson

May

12,

1830.
1) in.

7 390 William Torrey

266. 146, 71,


II.

2T,, 3,

June

24, 1878.

Susan W., dan. of Henry


Kingston.
Children
54.}
:

and Elizabeth (Real) W'arden of

54J Elizabeth Cushing,

b.

Sept. 15, 1870,


18S1,

Louisa Real,

b.

Jan.

17,

58

REAR-ADMIRAL ALBERT

S.

BARKER,

U. S. N.

59

544 Mari n Appleton,

b.

Jan.

13.

1884,

545 William Bowen, b. Jan. 6, t88o, 54') Judith Drew, b. Jul. 30. 1892, 547 William Torrey,
b.

Any.

[8,

1895,

7 ///. Oct. 25, [873. 392 Mary Frances (267, 146. 71. 2$. 3, William L.. son of John and Serena Martin) Miles of So. Han1
I

son,

b.

May

12,

1836.

3<j4

William Bowen 7 (267,

14''.

71. 23. 3.

;//.

Mar.

4.

1869,

Rose IX, dau. of Charles


rett oi

W. and Sarah
b.

Morris (SpurloclO Gar-

Lea

mpti

n,

Kans..

Oct. 6. 1847.

Children
548 Nettie Lee,
/>.

Jan.

iS.

1870, d. Dec.

4.

1870.
18.

549 James Francis, b. Oct. 18. 1871, </. Oct. 550 Sarah Elizabeth, b. -May 20, 1874,
551

1871.

Rose

Etta.

b.

552
55.3

Mary

Etta. b.

Aug. 2Q. 1879. Aug. 29. 1879,


/>.

William Albert Garrett,

Sept. 18. 1887,

7 396 Ellen S phrohia

(2(.y,

[46, 71. 23. 3.

m.

1871, Milton, son of Charles and Sophia Titterington of


rence, Kans.,
b.

March 25, Law-

Mar.

24.

L848.

400 Sarah
Robert
b.

(269, 149. J2. 23,

3,

1)

m. Jan.

18.

1818, Capt.

B.,

son of

Thomas and Mary


</.

(Ball) Edes of Charlestown,

Sept. 3, 1787,

Sept. 22. 1802.


i)
in.

7 401 Josiah Hatch (269, 149. J2. 23.

3,

Nov. 21, 1813.

Mary
554

C. Shattuck of Charlestown.
:

Children

Mary

Cordelia, bp. Jan.

1.

1S15.
1,

555 Charles Frederick Waldo, bp. Jan.

1815,

550 William Henry, bp. Jul. 20, 1S17.


557 Josiah Hatch,

558 Mary,

402 Mary 7 (269, 149.


hlehead,

J2, 23, 3.

1)

;;;.

Jan.
)

11,

1818, Capt.

Francis A., son of John and


b.

Mary
July

Archbald

Biirnham of Mar-

Sept. 17, 1787,

d.

18,

1873 (at Xo.


3.
1

Han-

in

I.

403 Ebenezer 7 (269, 149. ~2. 2$.


dau. of Dr. Jabez and
5, 1801.
(/.

;//.

Jan. 21. 1827. Sally,


b.

Lucy
1890.

Loring) Fuller of Duxbury,

April

Xov.

13.

60

Children

559 Caroline Tufts, b. Feb. 4. 1830. 560 Eben Francis, b. Mar. 8. 1833, 562 Edward Tobey, b. Apr. 14. 1840.
-

T .i<2,

Frederick Alden.
7

b.

Jan.

5.

1845. d.

Aug.

31,

1S80.

Ebenezer
building, as

Barker .was associated


his brother, Seth.
1

with

his

lather

in

ship-

was

,<

r&.
;;;.

404 Seth' (269,


Dec. 23, 18 19,

149. 72, 23, 3. i)

March

29, 1840, Harriet


b.

Sarah, dan. of Isaac and Alice (Carter')


</.

Mead

of Charlestown,

June 20, 1854.

Children

564 Alice Mead.

b.

June

19,

1848. d. Apr.

4.

1864 [Han. H.].

405 Priscilla 7 (270. 149.

~2, 23, 3,

1)

m. (1st)

May

2.

1816,

James M. Pierce: 12(1) 1833X. William, son of Seth and Deborah (Sampson) Spragne of Duxbury, b. Dec. 28, 17S0, (/. Oct. 17.
1840; (3d) Capt.

Robert
/'.

B.,

son of
3,

Thomas and Mary


(

(Ball)

Edes

of Charlestown,

Sept.

1787,

/.

Sept. 22. 1862.


i)

406 Margaret Ross

(270, 149, ~2. 23,

3,

m. Oct.
b.

4.
,

1818,
1788,

Micajah, son of Buckminster Rice of Sudbury,


(/.

Aug.

May

3.

1873 (at Concord).


7

[Charlestown Rec]
3,

408 Mary Ann


Benj. Litchfield.

(270, 149, y2, 23,

1)

m. Aug.

1825.

409 Ebenezer 7

(270,

149,

J2,

23,

3,

1)

;;/.

Dec. 25.

1827,
of St.

Lydia, dan. of Donald and Margaret (Ross)

McLachlan

Andrews. X.
Children
:

1!..

b.

Dec. 2j, 1798.

565 Arabella Douglas. />. June 0. 1831, 566 Arabella Wood. b. Nov. 15. 1833,

d.

Mar.

26,

1832.

Resided
officer in the

in

Charlestown.

His wife's father was a Highland

Revolutionary War.
(270.
14').
b.

41

Harriet 7

J2, 2$, 3,

1)

in.

Nov.

5.

1826,

Ira

Goodrich of Charlestown.

Mar.

7,

1800, d. Feb. 12, 1870.


1)

412 George7 (270.


(at Charleston, S. C.

149. y2. 2$. 3,

m. April, 1832. Lydia,


b.

dan. of James and Lydia P. (Stetson)


) ,

Pollard,

April

2T,.

1806

d.

Sept. 6, [866.

61

Children

567 George Frederick, b. Jul. 14. 1835, 568 James Loring, b. June 12, 1841,

569 Margaret Frances,

b.

June

18.

1844.

419 Mary Smith 7


Stephen
2 3>
I

(274,

149,

J2,

23,

3,

1)

m. June.
b.

1827,

T., son of

799' d.

James and Mary (Down) Westcott, June 13, 1874 [Sm. Mem.].
149.

Nov.

422 Elizabeth 7 (274,

y2,

23,

3,

1)

m.

Sept.

18,

1827,
25,

Edward C,
1806,
d.

son of
2,

July

Asa and Ruth (Chessman) Howe, b. Aug. Resided at Whitman. [Sm. Mem.] 1855.

7 423 William Rentier (274, 149, ^2, 23, 3, 1) 111. April 26, 1836, Sarah Ann, dan. of Michael and Abigail Noyes of Charles-

town,

b.

May
:

2j, 18 16, d.

March

28, 1851.

Children

570 Lydia H.,


571 Joshua R.,

b. b.

May
Nov.
b.

17.

1837, d. Jan. 24, 1841.

27. 1838,
17,

572 Sarah Ann.

Feb.

1840,

573 Maria E., b. Sept. 17, 1842, d. Dec. 20, 1845. 574 Charles, b. Nov. 17, 1844, d. Nov. 11, 1845.

[Sm. Mem.]
1837,
,

7 424 Judith Miller (274, 149, y2, 23, 3, 1) m. Dec. William, son of James and Mary (Down) Westcott, b.

14,

d.

Nov.

15, 1870.

7 427 Jacob (274, 149, y2, 23, 3, 1) in. Jan. 1, 1844. Maria Louisa, dau. of Eben and Sarah (Sanborn) Upton, b. Sept. 4,

1821.

Children

575 Henrietta Hoyt,

b.

May

2,

1845 [Sm. Mem.]-

431 Abigail 7 (276, 149. 72, 2^,

3,

l)

m. June

17,

1804, Ab-

salom

Phillips.
7

435 Elisha Mar. 17, 1798.


Children
:

(278,

151, j2, 2$, 3,

1)

111.

Charlotte Emery,

b.

575 A Charles,

b.

Dec.

4,

1819,

575B Rebecca, b. May 30, 1821, 575C Elisha C, b. Sept. 18, 1822",

575D

Julia A.,

b.

Oct. 28. 1824.

62

575^ 575F 575G 575H 575K 575L

Clarissa,

b.

Mar.
Dec.
Jan.
b.

10.

1820.
1827,

John

E.,

b.
b.

28,
18.

George,

1830.
2.

Henry
-Mary

A.,
Jl..

Jan.

[832,

b.
b.

Jan. 28. 1834,

Caroline,

Dec.

6.

1835.

Elisha Barker removed from Hanover to Methuen, where he


resided for a few years, and then removed to Portland, Me.

437 Clarissa!

27S, 151, 72. 23.

3,

1)

///.

Charles Keen.
(

439 Charles;
Children

2~S, 151, 72, 23.

3.

///.

ist)

Dec.

14,

1831,

Ellen Torrence of Pembroke,


:

(2.1).

576 Susan Ellen.


7 441 Deborah C. (2yS. 151, ~2. 2$.

3.

;//.

March n.
Stetson,
b.

1829,

James H., son of


26. 1805.

Thomas and

Lyciia

(Hollis)

Xov.

7 /;;. Feb. 28. 1830. 2j8, 151, 72. 2$. 3, 443 Susan Bartlett Roger; son of Melzar and Clarissa (Stetson) Stetson of Scituate,
(

b.

Dec.
-444

19.

1803,

d.

July

1,

1885.
131. J2, 23. 3.
t)

Rebecca P. T 1278.
T., son of
b.

/;;.

April 2^

1841.
of

Thomas

Dea. Seth and Joanna (Turner)


d.

Whitman

Pembroke,

Feb. 16, 1813,

July 19, 1S90.


dan. of

7 447 Edward (283,

163, 81, 25, 4. 1) m.

James Athearn.

448 James Hussey 7 1283.


dan. of Joseph P.arney.

163, 81. 2^, 4

11

m.

Man

('..

Children:
577 James, b. Jan. 578 Elizabeth S..
8.

1840.

449 Mary
451

(283, 163. 81, 25, 4,

in.

Henry Bigel
1
I

-.v.

Elizabeth Hazard 7

1301,

172, 81, 2^. 4.

in.
1

Dec.

17.

1862, George, son of

George and Mary (Cab hi

[iggiuson ot

Boston,

b.

Aug.

6,
7

1834.

456 Wharton
garet

(307, 172, 81, 25. 4. 1)

in.

Oct. 16, [867. MarOct. 16, 1848.

C,

dan. of Joseph and Rachel Baker,

b.

63

Children

1872, 570 Samuel II.. b. Feb. 580 Rodman. />. Nov. 23, 1873.
.

581 Folger,

b.

Nov.

8,

1876.

Wharton

Barker

is

prominent

political

economist, and has

written an important treatise on "Bimetallism."

He
year

is

an alumof
the
a

nus and trustee of the University of Pennsylvania, a


the

member
(

American Philosophical Society, and


the

this

1900)

Populist candidate for President of the United States.

When

young man,
order of

Russian

government decorated him with the


sendees
in

St. Stanislas for his

connection with the shipIt


is

building entrusted to his father's firm.

unusual that three

generations, grandfather, father and son, attain to such promin-

ence

in

their country's history,


145'))

Jacob 3 (172), Abraham 6 (.307)


In
a

and Wharton 7
parallel

of the

three

more exalted station, the Adams, John, John Quince and Charles
Barker.
itself,

Francis, at once suggests

but few other such cases can be

found.
7 459 Deborah Wharton (307,

172, 8r, 25, 4, 1)

m. April

14,

1875,

Edward
Anna

Mellor.
Ferris 7 (307. 172. 81, 25, 4. r)

461

m. Dec. 19, 1888,

John M.

Scott.
7

466 Sarah

(342.

190, Sy, 26, 4,

1)

m.

1st)

Jan. 26,
16,

1848,

Frank, son of Bateman and


d.

Amy

Munroe,

b.

Mar.

1824(5),

Aug., 1849; (2d) Xov. 2^, 1852, William, son of William and
of Portsmouth, R.
I.,

Ruth (Cook) Anthony


June
2^, 1872.

b.

Feb. 27, 1824,

d.

7 467 Hannah (342,

190, 87, 26, 4.

m. Aug., 1851, William


Josselyn,
b.

B.,

son of William and


</.

Xabby (Barstow)

Xov.

17,

1823,

Dec.

2-?,

1898.

470 Eleanor 7 (345, 193, ^7. 26,4, 1) m. Xov. 9, 1848. Christy, son of John and Sarah (Thompson) Davis of Brooklyn, X. \
.,

b.

Aug.
471

25,

8 14.
1
)

Benjamin 7 (345. 193, ^7, 26, 4, 111. Dec. 1, 1847. CathDennis of Cranserine J., dan. of James and Hannah (Jackson)
ton, R.
I.,

b.

Dee.

7,

1S29.

64

Children

582 Richard Jackson,


583 William Herl
584 Benjamin,
b.

/>.

Jan. 27, 1849, Oct.


4.

ert.

b.

1855, d. Jan. 20, 1857.

Jul.

10.

1858,^
b.

585 Katharine Wheaton.

Ja.n.

25,

1863,

472 Abraham Thomas 7 (345.


22, 1857, Ellen M., dan. of

193, 87, 26, 4, 1)

;//.

ist>

April

Thomas ami Lydia (Purinton) Frve


</.

of Yassalboro, Me.,
14, 1869,

b.

Jan. 7. 1829,

Oct.
(

13,

1868; (2d) June


Willetts

Sarah, dau. of Valentine and Jane


b.

Rushmore)

of Skaneateles, X. V.,

April

14,

1837.

Children

586 Edward,

b.

Jul.

14.

1859.

597 Abram, /'. Jan. 14. 1861, 588 Margaret Buff urn. /. Jan. 589 Ellen Frye,
j?7,
b.

7.

1864, d. Dec.

13,

1889.

Pen.

4,

1868,

Elizabeth Huntington 7 (345, 193, Sy, 26,


1'.,

4,

1)
)

111.

Jan. 4,

1866, Joseph
of

son of Estes and


15.

Miriam

Philbrick

Newhall

Lynn,

b.

July

1823,

rf.

Sept. 2, 1869.

7 474 Margaret Buffum (345.

193, 87. 26, 4,

1
')

m. (1st) Dec.

3,

18465

Dr. Charles

B.,

son of
b.

Edmund and Anne (Bunker)


d.

Ca-tes of

Vassalboro, Me.,
1895, Willett,

Sept. 19, 1820,

Jan. 10. 1888; (2d)

Jan.

30.

son of Seburn and Sarah


b.

(Carpenter)

Dorland of Utica, X.
VVhittier, Calif.
J.

Y.,

July

11,

1822,

d.

Oct. 22, 1899 (at

7 in. March A/7 Catherine Augusta (347. 193. S~. 26, 4. 1843, William \Y., son of Dr. Thomas Kendrick of Boston,
1
)

16,
b.

June 29, 1820,

d.

[ulv 23, 1863.


7

478 Samuel Partridge


1854,

(347.

193. Sy. 26, 4,

1)

in.

July 30,
Otis,
b.

Almcda

L.,

dau. of James and

Almeda (Coleman)

Jan. 27, 1829.

Children

590 Oti>.

b.

Mar.

8.

1856,
b.

591 William Kendrick.

Feb. 20. 1859.

d.

Mar.
4,

8,

18S7.

7 485 Meriba Smith (348. 213, 100. 28,

1)

m.

March

10,
b.

1824, Jonathan,

son of
,

Philip and

Meriba (Devoll) Tripp,

Nov.

2,

1S00,

d.

1878.

65

486 Susanna Allen 7 (348, 213. 100, 28, 4, 1) m. son of Thomas and Betsey Francis of Tiverton, R.
d.

Ezra,
I.,

July

1,

1893.
4.
b.

7 487 Esther (348. 213, 100. 28, son of Martin and Luranna Lake,

1)

m.
d.

Ephraim,
Xov.
18,

Dec. 21, 1797.

1876.
7 489 Robert Henry (348, 213, Eunice T. Maxfield.

100. 2S. 4.

m.

7 490 Ruth Tucker (348, 213, 100. 28, 4, 1) 1:1. July 4. 1832, Francis, son of Marcellus and Nancy (Whitfield) Past. b. Jan.

12, 1808, d.

Nov.

12, 1S59.

492

Amy

Smith 7 (348, 213,

100, 28, 4. 1)

111.

Lyman

Potter.

493 John

Wood

(350, 213, 100, 2S,

4,

in.

Dec.

16.
b.

1862,

Ruth

P.,

dau. of William and Lydia Briggs of Dartmouth,

Jan.

15. 1831.

Children
592

Mary

J.,

b.
b.

Feb.

15,
9,

1863,

593 Lizzie P..

Feb.

1864,
1869.

594 Sarah X..


595 Annie H..
7 494 Joseph

b.
b.

May
Apr.

19,

12, 1871.

(35,0, 213, 100. 2S, 4,

m. Aug. 21, 1865, Char-

lotte A., dau. of


b.

Arnold and Mahala Thomas oi Xo. Dartmouth,

Tunc

5,

1S44.
6

v
214,
(

495 Charles White"


1825, Sylvia, dau. of
24, 1806, d.

^^C>,

100,

* 3. 28. 4.

\
I)

m. April 29,
b.

Henry and Edy


1

Howland) Tucker,

July

June

24.

881.

Children

596 Lydia White, b. Mar. 7, 1826. d. Tan. 16. 1S95. 597 Stephen, b. Jan. 28, 1828. d. May 12. 1831.

June 7. 1831. (/. Jul. June 10. 1833, 6co Sarah White, b. May 7, 1841, 6ci Fdith Howland, b. May 7. 1841, 602 Charles White, b. Nov. 18, 1843.
598 Stephen, 599 Cynthia,
b. b.

1,

1895.

603 Henrietta Tucker,

fr.

Dec. 2Q. 1846.

66

7 497 Sarah White (356, 214. lco, 28, William W. GifFord of So. Dartmouth.

4,

m. Oct. 2$,

7 498 Margaret Trip \$?y. 214, too. 28, 4. i) ;:/. 1825, Rodolphus, son of William and Diana (Smith)

Feb.
li

1;.

.viand

of Dartmouth,

/>.

Nov.
7

5.

1805.

rf.

Oct. 12. 1878.

499 Mary Ann {^7- 2I 4- too, 28. James Hathaway Potter of Dartmouth.
501
Eliza

4.

i)

;/;.

June

2->,

L830.

Ann

(358. 214. 100, 28.

4,

,;/.

March

6.

1832.

Thomas Lapham.
511 William 7
(363. 216,
1

ico.

28. 4,

>

/;;.

Sept.
b.

22,

1842.
11.

Mary, dan. of Galeb an


1820.
d.

Hannah (Davis)

Slade,

April

Oct. 12. k;co.


:

Children
604

Mary

Elizabeth,

0.

Oct.

7,

1847.

512 Elizabeth 7 1303, 216, 100. 2S.

4,

;//.

1st)
s in

1843.

William Maxrkld:

2A

April

12. 1848.

Charles W.,

of Joshua

snd Deborah (White)

Potter.
10c, 28, 4.

7 513 AJbner P. (363. 216.

ii

///.

Sept. 30,

1853,
b.

Sarah Anne, dan. of Joseph and Elizabeth (Giftord) Davis,


Oct.
15,

1830.
:

Children

C05 Nellie

5.

M.,
J..

b.
/>.

Dec. 23, 1864 (in Payti.Poru).

606 Annie E.

.May
Dec.
4.

i.

l866 (in

La Tox,
>x,

111..).

Abby G08 Mary


607

I.

L.. b.
b.

[867
23.

(m La T

111.).

F. R..

Apr.

1S71

(in X...

Dartm
ii

>utb)

514 Charles O. 7

?<<$.

216.

100,
1

28. 4.

/,;.

Oct. 33

1872.

Ida B., dan. cf William and 515 Susan P.


7

Mary

Packard) Thurston.
4.
1

Warren

G.,

(^^. 216, ico, 28. Abner and Edith


31.

;;/..

[st

Aug.
n,

4.

1858,

Wo

>d

Siss

;(2di

May

[864,

David

A., son of

Aimer and Edith

(Wc

1)

Sisson.
7

516 Sarah

131:3, 216.

100, 28, J,

//;.

Dec. 26. [864,

Henry

C, son

of

Th mas and Ann (Winjr)

Uakcr.

517

Anne M.

(363. 216, 100, 28,4, 1) m. Oct., 1863,

Lemuel

M., son of Joshua and Deborah (White) Potter.

518 Abby R. 7 (^3, 216. 100. 28.

4.

m. July

17.

1S67,

Ed-

ward

\\\, son of Russell

and

Emma

(Gardner) Hicks.
'

519 George E. 7 (303, 216, 100, 2S. 4. in. Aug., [869, Anne, dan. of William and Eliza (Mason) Houghton.
1
)

520 Caroline A. 7 3^3. 216, 100,


Sept. 24, 1843,

28, 4.

m.

March

19,

1867,

James PL. son of Lewis and Susan (Wheeler) Damon of Elgin,


111.,

b.

d-

Jan. 21, 1892.

521

Henry H.
1850.
d.

(363. 216, 100. 28, 4,

m. Sept.
(

15.

1875,
b.

Emma
May

M., dan. of John H. and Phebe Maria

Heerd) Ames,

10,

June

9,

1899.

7 523 Avis H. (363, 216, 100, 28,

4.

r)

;;/.

Sept.

3.

1879. Een-

ner

C.,

son of Fenner and Lydia (Millard)


S.
7

Brownell.

(363, 216. 100. 28. 4, 1) m. Jan. 25, iS8i, Alice K., dau. of Robert K. and Elizabeth A. (Thatcher) Remington,
b.

524 Warren

April 29, 1861.


:

Children

609 Harold Remington, b. Aug. 25. 1882, 610 Edith Rebecca, b. May 23, 1884,

525

Nancy Maria 7
O., son of

('366, 216,

100. 28. 4. 1)

;/;.

(1st)

June

3,

^S
d.

John

Lucy

Little of

Dartmouth,
Isaac Covert of Calif.

Sept. 29, 1863; (2d)

526 Alice Sherman 7 (366, 216, 100, 28, 4. m. John C, sen of Roland and Mary How-land of Dartmouth,
1
)

1859,

d.

Dec. 21, 1896.

529 Ruth Ahny 7 (366, 216, 100, 28, Henry W. Ivory of X. Y.

4.

111.

Aug.

28,

1864,

530 Adelaide Frances 7 (366, 216. 100, 28.


1877,

4,

1)

in.

Mav

30,

Charles H.,
b.

son

of

Moses and Sarah Jane (Howland)


d.

Tucker,

April 21, 1848,

Feb.

2,

1892.

68

$32

Mary

Elizabeth 8

(368, 227,

ill, 42. 9,

2,

1
')

///.

April,

Thomas, son of khabod (Alden) and Elizabeth (Simmons) Loring, b. March 15, 1853.
18S0. Ichabod

558 Mary- (401, 269,

149, 72, 23, 3. 1)

m.

Webster.
[)
)

s 559 Caroline Tufts (403,

261;,

149, 72. 23, 3,

;/;.

Dec.

12.

1855, Justin, son of Nathaniel ami

Ann
of

lowland

Winsor, His-

torian of

Duxbury and Librarian


Oct. 22, 1897.
2^.9,

Harvard University, author


etc.,
b.

01 a bibliographical history of the United States,

Jan.

2,

183

1,

d.

560 Eben Francis* (403.


1871, Ellen
S.,

149, y2, 23, 3,

r)

;//.

Jan. 12,

dau. of

Samuel M. and Ellen (Stetson) Eelton of

Thurlow, Pa.
561

Lucy

Luring'- 1403. 269, 149, y2, 23, 3, 1)


S..

in.

April 24,

1862, Dr.

John

son of Augustus Whiting.


3,

562 Edward Tobey s (403. 269, 149, 72, 23,


1S99, Elizabeth

;//.

Nov.,

Leonard Parker, widow of Frederick Alden BarSuperintendent of Delivery


in the

ker (563)-

Edward

T. Barker

is

Bos-

ton Postofrice.

563 Frederick Alden 5 (403. 269, 149,


19,

-j2,

23,

3,

1)

in.

Oct.

1871,

Elizabeth

L..

dau.

of

Mitchell and Jane

(Mitchell.)

Hooper

of Bridgewater.
:

Children

611 Eben,

b.

May

9.

1873,
s

566 Arabella
1854,

Wc

>d

(409, 270. 149, y2, 23,

3,

1)

m. Dec.

3,

George

E., son of Eliab P.


b.

and Mary (Tufts) Mackintire

of Cambridge,

Dec.

2.

1833.
"j2,

8 567 George Frederick (412. 270, 149,

23, 3,

m. Aug.

15,

1861,

Mary

M..

dau.

of
b.

George and Minerva


Jan. 29, 1838.

Merwin

Tread-way of
Children
612
:

Xew Haven,
Louisa,
b.

Mary

May
b.

24.

1863,

m. June
d.

20,

1883.

Charles

E.

Munroe. 613 George Treadway,

Sept. 27, 1866,

Aug.

12,

1867.

69

Treadway, b. Aug. i. Mel mire. 615 Alice Maud. b. Aug. 24, [S70,
614 Clara

1868,

m.

Mar.
1S74.

7.

1893,

William

S.

d.

Apr.

13,

616 Alice Loring,

b.

Jan.

16,

1S77.

George
tific

F. s
I.

Barker graduated
In

in

1S58 from the Sheffield Scien-

SehcM

[S58-9 and [860-1 he was chemical assistant at


liege.

Harvard Medical C

[861-3 professor of natural science

at

Wheaton College

(111.),

1863-5

processor of chemistry at the

Western University of Pa. and a: the Albany Medical College, where he was graduated M.D.in 1863, and [865-7 demonstrator,
[867-72
Yale.
sity-

professor

of

chemistry

in

the-

medical department
at the

at

Since 1872 he

lias

been professor of physics

Univer-

of Pennsylvania.

At one time he made a special study of


at

toxicology"

and gave evidence

several
is

murder

trials; his testiin

ny

in

the Lydia

Sherman

case
a

inserted

Wharton and
ami concluin

Still's

Medical Jurisprudence as
Prof.

model of

lucidity

siveness.

Barker has also acted as expert


lie

many

im-

portant patent cases,

has contributed
j<

seme

sixty

valuable

papers to various

scientific
1

tin als.

and has published a workused


in

on Elementary Chemistry
lated into

1870,

[891), which has been transis

French ami Japanese and

at

the University of

Tokyo;

his text-b
en"

A
the

of

Physic^ appeared

1892.

He
In

has long
[881 he

been an edit r
served as
I".

American

Journal oi Science.

S.

C nmissioner
where
n

to the International Electrical


:i

Ex-

hibition a: Pari^,

lie
i

was dee, rated with the order


r,

mander
a

the Leg;

Hon

and

in

1884.

he became a

Commembeen
of

ber of the U. S. Electrical Commission.

Since 1859 he
for the
its

lias

member
was

of

tin-

American Association
its
.1

Advancement
in in

Science, and was


lie
is

vice-president in 1870,
the

president

1879.

Preside;::
1

American Chemical Society


of Science,

[891, and
a

a vice-; resident
f

the

American Philosophical Society,


honorary
(

mem-

ber

the Xati

nal

Academy

>r

foreign)

member
ciati

of the Royal Institution of Great Pritain,


I.

British Asso:iete
ciety.

m.

nd
des
h

Institute of Electrical Engineers, S

Inter-

nationale
i.

Electriciens

and German Chemical S


D.

He
of

Ids

tin-

norary degrees of Sc.


1

from the University


I

Pennsylvania

1898.)

and EL. D. from Alleghany College

1898)

and McGill University (1900).

PROFESSOR GEORGE

F.

BARKER.

Sc. D.

LL.

71

568 Janus Loring s (412. 270. 149,


r868,

J2, 23, 3,

1)

;//.

April 24,

Mary
:

C.

Rasche of Berkeley,

Calif., b.

May

3,

1843.

Children

617 Lydia Gertrude. /'. Jan. 12, 1869, 61S Georgianna Loring, b. Nov. 7. 1870,

619 Frederic Pollard, 620 Loring James, b.


621

b.

Aug.
2.

28,

1873.

May
Jul.

1880,
1848, d. Jul. 26, 1890.

James Henry,

b.

10,

25,

s 569 Margaret Frances (412, 270, 149, 72. 23, 3, 1) ;. Dec. 1807, Robert D. Kelly of Fremont, Neb., /'. (in Galloway,

Scot.) Jan. 12. [839.

571

Joshua R. s (423. 274.

149,

-J2.

21. 3.

in.

Fidelia, clan, of

Luther and Fidelia (Leonard) Rowland of Xor-

well, b. April 12, 1843. J. July 28, 1893.


///. Jan. 6. 1850. ?J2 Sarah Ann" (423. 274. 149, 72, 2$. 3. 1 b. Dec. 24, 1831. J. March 10,
)

Isaiah Albert Rogers of Maiden,


1893.

s $25 Henrietta Hoyt (427. 274. 14a 72. 2^, 3. 1867, George P.. son of George 1'. and Caroline A.

1)111.
(

Feb. 22,

Dean) Far-

rington,

b.

Feb. 22. 1841,

d.

Oct.

8,

1876.
3,

575A Charles" (435, Nancy A. Stevens.


Children 621 James Henry,
:

27S. 151. 72, 2$,

11

111.

Oct.

1,

1844,

b.

Jul.

10,

1848, d- Jul. 26,


2.

rSO/O.

June -2.}. 1849, J. Sept. 623 Charles Theodore, b. Dec. 3.


622 Ida.
b.

1849.

1850.
19.

624 .Mary Ella,


625 Edwin,
b.

b.

Jul. 5. 1S52. d.
17.

May

1897.
1S73.

Jan.

1864.

</.

.Mar. 30.

576 Snsan Ellen 8 (439, 278.


Daniels.

151. J2, 23. 3.

.)

in.

5"

James 8 (451. 283,

163, 81, 25, 4.

///.

Josephine Sarras-

queta of

New
:

Orleans.
Reynolds.

Children

626 Bertha May.

;;/.

I.

11.

627 James F.. ;;;. Kate Spooner. Child: Josephine S.. b. 1899.
628 Josephine Mabel. C29 Laura Stella.
;>;.

\V.

H. Mayhcw.

72

578 Elizabeth* 1451, 28^, 163, 81, 25. 4. 1) m. (1st) Major Louis C. Overman, I'. S. A., /. 1808; (2d) 1899, William C.
(

Boone.

582 Richard Jackson" (471. 345. 193. 8y, 26,


19, 1873,

4.

;;;.

Oct.

Eliza

II.,
b.

dan. of Muses T. and Eliza T. (Harris) Law-

ton of Tiverton,

June

22, 1856.

Children

63b Richard Jackson,

b.

May

22,

1S75.

8 585 Katharine Wheaton (471, 345. 193. 8j, 26,

4,

m. Apr.

30, 1891, Effing-ham C. Haig-ht of Eall River, son of Effingham

and Harriet Ccck of Chappaqita, X. Y.,

b.

May
4,

31, 1855.

586 Edwardr (472. 345, 193. 8j, 26.

1)

/;/.

Jan. 14, 1885,


b.

Edith, dan. of John D. and Clarissa C. Flint of Fall River,


25. 1864.

Feb.

Children

631 Clarissa,

b.
/>.

Jul.

3.

1890.
5,

63 J Margaret.

Apr.

1893.
1894.

633 Phyllis,

b.

Mar.

14.

587

Abram

(472. 345, 193, 8y, 26,

4,

1 )

m. June 12, 1900.

Avis L., dait. of Robert B.

and Dency Eugenia (Marvin) ChapOct. 13, 1S73.

man

of Providence, R.

I.,

b.

8,

William Kendrick" (478, 347, 193, 8y, 26, 4, 1) m. Dec. 1885. Mary. dan. of William II. Hammond of Scituate.
591

Mary J. Charles E. Grow


592

(493. 350, 213, 100, 28, 4.


of Glover.
\'t.

///.

Oct.

I,

1884,

s 593 Lizzie P. (493, 350, 213, 100, 28, 4, 1) m. June 9, 1888, Robert F., son of Warren and Phebe Seabury of Little Compton,

R. L,

b.

Aug-.

1 1

,1857.

594 Sarah
ford.

XV

(493. 350, 213, 100, 28, 4, 1)

in.

Sept. 10, 1889,

Charles X., son of Jonathan and Luranna Winslow of

New

Red-

1853, Reuben, son of William and Diana

596 Lydia White" (495, $;{\ 214, loo, 28, 4, r) ;;/. Sept. 15. (Smith) Huwland. b.
12. 1818.

March

73

Stephen 8 (495, 356, 214, 100, 28, 4. 1) in. (ist) April 5. (2d) June 2$, 1859, Abigail [851, Abigail White of Fairhaven Xantucket. <\\ of Sn
ji)j
;

Children

634 Lillian

I-'.,

/>.

May

23.

1866,

J.

Sept.

9.

1884,

Frank Peckham.

635 Grace G.,

b.

636

Emma,

.'>.

Aug. 16. 1S70. Aug. 27, 1875.


4,

599 Cynthia* (495, 356, 21 j, ico, 28, Capt. John IK ran of Dartmouth.

m. Sept.

3.

1857,

600 Sarah White 8 (495, y^C\ 214, 1867, Joseph C. Francis.


601 Edith
23. 1861,

100, 28, 4, 1)

in.

March

15.

Howland 8

(495. 35(\ 214, 100, 28,

4,

1)

in.

Dec.

Joseph C. Haskins.
4,

602 Charles White" (405, 356, 214. 100. 28. 1865. Emily, dau. of Capt. Elihu C. Kelley.

1)

in.

May

15,

T.,

8 604 Mary Elizabeth (511. 363, 216, 100, 28, 4, 1) son of J tshua and Deborah (White) Potter, b. Dec.

in.

Alden

29, 1832.

605 Nellie
1882. Francis
17,

S.
II.,

M.

(513, 363, 216. 100. 28,

4,

1)

in.

March
b.

30,

son of Capt. John and Betsey A. Ellis,

April

1863.

6c6 Annie E.
9,

J.

513, 363, 216, 100, 28, 4,

m.

ist

June

1886,

J.

Edward, son
b.

of Capt. Joseph and Harriet Gelette of


</.

Fairhaven,
Dr.

Oct. 17, 1863,


Allen,
L.
s

Mar.

1,

1888; (2d) Dec.

9, 1897.

James

II.

b.

Xov.. 1865.
100, 28, 4.
P.
1)
in.

607 Abby
1884. S.
ford,
b.

I.

(513, 363, 216,


of

Dec. 25.

Edward, sen
Nov.
9, 1861.

Job L. and Phebe

Shaw

of

New

Bed-

608 Mary
1888,

F.
F.,

R. 8 (513.

3(13,

216. 100. 28. 4, 1)

111.

Oct. 21,

Samuel
b.

sen of Samuel and Adeline Gifford of

New

Bedford,

Oct. 20, 1856.

74

II.

THE DESCENDANTS OF JOHN BARKER OF DUXBURY AND MARSHFIELD.

John 1 "Barker came to Marshfield in 1638, when he bought the ferry at Jones River, and also carried i>n the trade of bricklayer. He was fined 2cs. "for drawing blood upon Henry Biaque." In
1651 he was admitted freeman, and Doc. 14, [652 he was
at his ferry,

drowned
in

leaving an estate of 131.

He

had married

1632,
after-

Ann, dan.
wards.

of

1653,

Ann Williams married Abraham Blush


Ji

hn and

of Scituate.

She

(Blish)

of

Boston and

Barnstable, and died Feb.

16.

[657-8.

Children
2 John.
3

/'.

1650, d. Dec.

1.

172c;

[Reg.

0.

78

Anna. 4 Deborah, 5 Mary.


2 John-'
1
1

m.
1

1st) Jan. 18. 1676-7, Desire, dau. of


b.

Anthony

and Ann
d.

Clark

Anr.able of Barnstable,

Oct. [6,

1658 [F. R.]l"

July 24, 1706; (2d) Jan. 22, 1706-7, -Hannah dishing-, dan. of
of

Thomas and Hannah Lcring


Jeremiah dishing,
Sarah
Children
.'
: ,

Hingham, and widow


a.
I

of Rev.

b.

Aug.
( /.

9,

1664,
7.

May

30, 1710: (y\)


9.

b.

1660,

Sept.

1730

Reg. 2.65,

178].

Jchn.
7

b.

May
b.

4.

1078. '/
i( :8o,

i/3p(
12.

Desire,

Sept. 22,

d.

Jan.

1700-10.

8 Anne. o Anna.

b.

b.

Aug. Nov.

jo.
1.

i'A-\

,/.

Nov.
,

22, 1CS2.

1683, d.
23,

1730!
86. d.
J.

).

10

i!

Samuel Williams, b. Apr. Barnabas (will 2),


Mary,
2
.

if

Aug.

0.

1754.

1763 (will. Apr. 21).

12

d.

17.30

[M
[6S9, and

R-. S. R-l

John
1706,

Barker lived

in

Barnstable 1676-83, was deputy from

Marshfield to the General


1712 and
1719.
for In the

Conn

in

fr

in

Scituate

in

[680 "Serj. John

Barker was freed

from bearing arms


In early
life

wounds

in

the late

war' [Col.

R.J.

he prosecuted his uncle John Williams for misuse of his office as guardian, and paid much attention to legal matters

throughout his
so
in

life.

He
He

served as justice of the peace, and was

much

respected that he was often chosen referee or attorney


died in Scituate.

important eases.
4 Deborahi)

m. July. 1660, William Barden of Barnstable,


/.

afterwards of Middlebcro,
1

1624X.

d.

1691

(will

Mar. 22,

691-2).

( John 3
(

2,

//;.

is:

Hannah
en'

(/.

Jan. 30,

1713-14:

2,\

Jan.
/'.

5.

1714-5. Bethiah. dan.

Dea. William Ford of Scit(

uate,
left

-Mar. 10, 1687-8, d. 1747-r-.


)

In this year she dee. Is land

by her father.
:

Children
13
,

Abner,
b.

b.

June
3.
b.

24,

1703,

14 John,

Jan.

1704-5,
14.

15 Jonathan,

June
19.

1706. d.

May

24.
14.

1724. 1744.

16 Desire,
17

b.

Feb.

1707-8. d.

June

18
-

Anna, b. Oct, 19, -1709. Hannah, b. Mar. 19.

1712-3,

19 Joshua,

20 Bethiah,
-

21

i\ehemiah,

22 Oliver,

[M- R.].
lived in Marshfield.

John

Barker
(2.

3 7 Desire

1)

m.

Nov.

20,

1700.

Capt.

Samuel, son of
[

Nathaniel and Mehitable (Rigby) Turner of Scituate


<)

S. R.].

Anna 3

12.

ri

m.

Mar.

11.

1713-4, Robert

Thompson

of

Scituate [S. R.j.


10

Samuel Williams"26.

(2,

m. Dec. 25. 1706. Hannah, dan. of Scittiate.


b.

of Rev. Jeremiah and

Hannah (Loring) Cushing

Mar.
"

1687-8.

Children:
23 Samuel,

b.
b.
h.

Oct.

4.
1,

1707. d.
1709.

1782 (will.

Aug.

3).

24 Ignatius,
23

Dec.

Hannah,

May
Jul. 2.

16,

1711,

26 Ezekiel,
27 Deborah,
11

b. b.

1714,
1.

May
I

1720, d.

1751

[S. R.]

Barnabas 3

2.

wi.

(is*) April

3.

1710.

Hannah, dan. of
b.

Thomas and Hannah (Jenkins) Turner of Scituate Harbour,


June
15, 1697, d.

1763;

2d.

May

4.

1736,

Mary

Xeal of Scituate.

Children
.

28 Sarah,

b.

June. 1721,
b.

29 Barnabas,
30 Hannah,
-

Apr.

13,

1723.

( /.

Mar.
16.

23.

1797.

b. b.

Jan.

17. 19,

1724. d.

May

1792.

31
t,2

Thomas,
Desire,
b.

Aug.

1726.
1728.

Apr.

25,

33 John. bp. June 27. 1731.

34 Lydia, bp. Apr. 21, 1734.

d.

1764-f.

35 William,

/>/\

36 Mercy, bp.
.

May May 7.

1,

1737,

1738,
rf.

37 Joshua; bp. Nov. id. 1740. 38 Lucy. bp. June 26. 743.
1

Dec. 22, 1804.

39 Lucy. bp. Oct. 7, 1744. 40 Content. /'/\ Apr. 5. 1747.


41

(/.

Apr.

25. 1821.
2,

Bathsheba,

bp.
/>.

Apr.

15.

1750. d.

Aug.

1830.
[S. R.. R.

42 Zipporah,
|X.

Oct. 23.
this
a

1752.
distinct

H.]
that

1!. Denne calls

family,

but

he

evidently

was

unaware

John- had a son Barnabas. Though the name does no: appear in Scituate record-. is found in John's will. it The name is so umif-ual that he must he the same a; John's son; besides, he has a daughter. Desire.]

12

Man"

(2,

')

/;/.

Jan.
)

f>,

1713-4,

Ensign, son of Capt.


b.

Stephen and .Hannah


d.

Ensign

Otis of Scitnatc,

Jan. 29, 1691,

1730X
13

[S. R.j.

Aimer'
:

(6, 2,

m.

Deborah

Children

43 Benjamin.

/;.

Jul.

1736,

Aimer 4 Barker was a blacksmith


16 Desire 4
(6, 2,

at

Marshfield

in

1735.

1)

;;/.

Nov.

14,

1728, Samuel, son of John


b.

and Sarah (Smith) Kent of Scituate.


[F. G.].

Dec.

18,

1703.

d.

I//4+

17
J.

Anna

(6, 2,

1)

m. Mar. 25. 1725. Anthony Karnes [Adv.

105].

20 Bethiah 4

(6, 2,

;//.

July 31,

1738.

James Johnston of

Scotland [Co. R.].


27,

Samuel

(10, 2,
15.
b.

1)
d.

in.

ist)
11,

Deborah Gorham of Barn1738;


(

stable, b.

Nov.

1717. 1718.

Dec.
2.

2d

Patience

If

>\v-

land of Bristol,

</.

May

1803.

Children

44 Patience,

b.

Oct. 27. 1740,

77

45 Hannah,
.

b.
b. b.

Jul.

5.

174-'2,

46 Williams,
47 Deborah,

Sept.

1744.

June

14.
b.

1747.

</

Jan.

10.
d. 4.

1819.

4S Samuel Williams,
.

Jan. 12, 1740.


d.

June
1S35.

8,

175.V

45 Jeremiah, p. .Mar. 31. 1752, 50 Bethiah, b. June .27. 1755.


51

Oct.

Samuel,

b.

Aug'. 21, 1762.

rf.

Jul.

5.

1840.

[S.

R.]
in

Capt.
1782.

Samuel 4 Barker appears

as a

gentleman of Scituate

24 IgnatiusChildren
:

10, 2, 1)

m.

52 Mary,

Resided
25

in
4

Lebanon, Conn.
1
)

m. Hannah (10, 2. Stephen and Hannah (Ensign)


4 27 Deborah
(

1737
Otis.

),

Joshua, son of Capt.


[F. G,].

b.

1711

10,

2.

m. June
(

6.

1750, Rev. Shearjashub,


)

son of Hon. Meletiah and Desire


pastor of the First Church,
b.

Chipman

Bourn
Aug.

of Scituate,
14,

Dec. 21, [699,

d.

1768.
in

Shearjashub Bourn was graduated from Harvard College


1720. ordained to the ministry
in the parish.
in

Scituate in

1724 and installed

Paralytic affections compelled

him
a

to tender his

resignation in 1761.

He was married

four times. Deborah Dar-

ker being his third wife.


his family.

His given name was

ccaimon one

in

26 Sarah 4
[S. R.J
; (

11. 2,

;//.

1st)

Nov.

n>.

74

Lewis Lombard

2d

Job Xeal of Scituate


1)
111.

[will 11].

4 29 Barnabas (11, ,2,

Sarah, dan. of William


b.

and Desire
Children

Bacon) Greene of Barnstable,

Dec. 27, 1723,

</.

Feb. 20, 1797.


:

53 John. bp. Feb. 23, 1752, d. July 25, 1819. 54 Mary. bp. Apr. 7. 1754. d. July 27, [796.
.55 David. .56 Barnabas,
*
.

d.

Jan.
13.

16.

1816.

b.

1757, d.

Nov.
Oct.

1798.

},y

Lemuel.
b.

58 William,
t

1762.

</.

25,

1830.

IS. R.. 11.

R.]

Barnabas 4 Barker took an active part


Scituate and in the Revolutionary

in

the civil affairs oi

War.

He removed

with his

family about 17S0 to Rindge. X.

II.

78

30 Hannah 4

(n,
b.

2,

1)

in.

7-*.

James, son of James and


of

Hannah

(Stovvell)

Briggs of Scituate and great-grandson


d.

Walter Briggs,

Feb. 27, 1719,


Jr.,

May

29. 1804

[will 11].

James Briggs,
tionary wars.

was

in the

French and Indian and Revoluv-

He

built

the

"Columbia." whose captain disc

ered the Columbia River


vessel.

The
Otis.
///.

7th child of

in 1792 and gave it the name of his James and Hannah (Barker) Briggs,

Thomas Barker Briggs


James
17S7)
child,

(b.

July

13,

1757)

m.

Lucy, dan. of
(b.

Their 2d child dishing Otis Briggs


Little
8,

Feb. 2~.

Mercy
(b.

Thomas,

clati.

of

Ichabod.

Their 7th

Lloyd

April

1S30) m. Sarah E. E., dan. of


S. (b. Jan. 29,
{b.

Noah

B.

Kent, and had Harriette

1S60),
1863).

1861) and Lloyd Vernon

Aug.

13,

Yelma The last named

(b. Oct. 20.


is

the author of "Shipbuilding en


historical

North River" and other valuable

works
1
(

(v. p. 3).

2,2

Desire

11. 2.

1)

;//-.

13,

Bell.

36 Mercy 4
Scituate.

11. 2.

m. Dec.

1757,

Anthony Collamer

of

4 27 Joshua (11,2, 1) in. Oct. 28, 176''), Mary, dan. of Joseph and Elizabeth (Tchnan) Copeland of Scituate, b. Nov. 3. 1740.

d.

Jan. 2/, 1829.

Children

59 Mary. />. Aug. 14. 1767, d. Jan. 25, 1787. 60 Content, b. Mar. 13. 1769, d. Mar. 20. 1820. 61 Nabby. b. Jan. 10. 1771. </. 1861X-

62 Rhoda,
>

b.
b. b.

Nov.

5,

1772, 1774.

63 Joshua,

Oct. 22.

^64 Joseph,
.

Nov. 13. 1776, 65 Elizabeth, b. Mar. 15. 1779, 66 Benjamin, b. Jan. 28. 1781, d. Dec. 24. 1863. 67 Desire, b. Mar. 18, 1783, d. Feb. 17, 1871. 68 Lettice. b. Feb. 22. 1785. d. Apr. 12, 1S63.

EF.

R.]

Resided

in

Boston and Hanover.


2,
1
)

38 Lucy' (11,

;//.

Nov.

8,

1764, King, son of


b.

David and

Rebecca (King) Lapham of Marshfield,

Oct.

4,

1743 [M. R.l.

40 Content 4

11. 2,

m.
b.

tst)
</.

Sept. 26, [763, Capt. BenjaSept. 24. 1785;


1

min Lapham of

Scituate,

1740.

2d

Jona-

79

than, son of Ebenezer arid

Hephzibah (Cole) Sherwin of Rindge.


Feb. 23. 1804.
of
of

X. H..
41

b.

Sept. 26, \~2(j,


1

</.

Bathsheba-

Moses ami Abigail


Rowley, Mass..
b.

(n, 2, 1) m. Oct. 2S, 1780. David, son Emerson) Hale of Rindge, X. II., earlier
(

Mar. 22. 1755,


2,
1
)

d.

X'ov. 22. 1830.


11.

42 Zipporalv4 (11,

///.

Jonathan Ingalls of Rindge, X.

44 Patience"

(27,,

10, 2, 1)

m. June 10, 1761, Thomas, son of

Thomas and Anna (Stockbridge)


^733-

Joslyn of Hanover,

b.

Sept. 26,

45 Hannah"' (27,, 10, 2. 1) in. 1763 (pub. Jan. 31'). Nathaniel, sen of Seth and Elizaheth Bryant, /'. Oct. 10, 1738 [M. R.. Reg.
48.48].

46 Williams 5 (2^,
Children
69
:

10, 2,

1)

;;/.

Sarah

Sallie. b. Sept. 29. 1778.


/>.

70 John Williams,
71

Oct.

7.

1782,

Ruth Leach,

Jan. 27, 1785,


b-

72 Elizabeth Thatcher,

Jan. 29.

1787.

[S.

R.]

Removed

to Wiscasset, Me.,

about 1790.
m. fist) Oct.
12,

49 Jeremiah"'

(21,,

10. 2,

1)

1775. Abigail,
of Barnstahle.

dan. of Col. David and Abigail (Sturgis)


b.

Gorham

Mar.

5.

1740.

d.

June

29.

1790: (2d) Dec. 17. 1790, Susanna,


b.

dan. of Richard Garrett of Barnstable,


3/>.

I/69.

d.

June

'794: '3d) Eunice, dan. of Jeremiah Riggs of Gorham, Me..


1770,
(/.

Xov.

10.

1799:
17.

14th)

1802

(pub. July

2),

Mary
of

Williams; (5th) Xov.

Garrett, and
:

widow

of

Temperance G. Gorham, dau. Judge William Gorham. /. 1840.


1808,
(

Children

75 Jeremiah Cushing, 74 David


75 Mary,

b.

1778, d. Dec. 19, 1810.

Gorham,

b.

17S6. d.

Apr.

15.

1830.

76 Eliza,
77 Ab.by.

Dr. Jeremiah Barker acted as a surgeon

in

the navy during

the Revolution; at one time, being taken prisoner to Halifax, he

saved his gold by running

it

into

button-moulds and wearing

it

So

on

his clothing.

He was
lie

with Com. Preble on his flag-ship

at

Tripoli,

where
his

contracted yellow fever, from which he died

many

years

later.
life

He remained

close friend of Corn.


in

Preble
Dr.

throughout

and attended him

his

last

illness.

Barker had
in

a library of a

thousand volumes, one of the largest

Maine

at that

time.

lie

was the

first

man

in

America

to receive

an honorary degree from the Edinburgh College of Physicians

and Surgeons.
about 1780, then
51

He removed
to

from Scituate Gorham, Me., in 1809.

to

Portland,

Me.,

Samuel-'' (23, 10, 2, r)

m. Mar. 27, 1806, Hannah, dau. of


b.

Simeon Jones of Pembroke,

Jan.

15,

1774,

(/.

June

22, 1872.

Removed

to

Hanson, where he practiced medicine.


2,

53 John" (29. ii,


of William H.,
b.

1)

m.

1st)

Dec.

7,

1795,

Hannah, dau.

and Elizabeth (Morrison) Smith of Peterborough, X.


8,

May
of

1761,

d.

Aug.

2S,

1813;

(2d)

Sally C. Barker,

widow

David Barker (55).


:

Children
79 John.

78 Hannah,
.

b.

Apr.

24,

1801,

b.

Nov.

28, 1804,

54

Mary (Polly) 3

(29.

11,

2,

1)

m. June

I,

1793,

Andrew,

son of Lieut. Richard and Elizabeth (Seton) Kimball of Boxford

and Rindge, X. H.
55 David"'
Lieut.
(29,
11.
2.

i)

m.

Mar.
II.

17,

1783,

Sally, dau. of

James Crumbie
:

of Rindge, X.

Children
.

80

Thomas Crumbie,

b.

1803,

Dea. David"' Barker and Ins brother William (58) were contractors,

and

built the

meeting-house
11. 2,
1
)

in

1796.

56 Barnabas'' (29,
Children
82 Ann, S3 Mary, 84 Susan. 85 Sally, 86 Ruxby M.
:

m.

Elizabeth

81 Elizabeth,

Si

87 Rebecca, 88 Barnabas,

Barnabas 5 Barker came from Rindge, X.

II.,

to Charlestown.

His three youngest children were minors was probated [Wyman].


3 57 Lemuel (29,

in

1799.

when

his will

11, 2, 1)

m.

Children

89 Sally, bf. 90 son,


91 daughter,

1792,

92 daughter.

Removed

to

Concord. X. H., about 1793.


11, 2,

58 William 5 (29,

1)

m. Oct. 28, 1794, Sarah, dau. of


b.

George and Abigail (Boyd) Payson of Walpole, X. H., ! 3, l 775, d. June 19, 1852.
Children
93
:

July

(Polly) Hale. b. Dec. 15. 1795. d. Apr. 94 William, b. Dec. 15, 1796, d. Jul. 30, 1823. 1801, d. young. 95 Sarah, bp.
, ,

Mary

16,

1819.

96 George Payson,

b.

Oct. 25, 1807.

d.

Jan. 28. 1848.

60 Content 5

{7,7,

11,2, 1) m.
b.

Henry, son of Henry


April 25, 1764,
d.

and Bethiah (Baker) Perry of Hanson,


10,

Aug.

1S37 [F. R.].

62 Rhoda 5 (^7,

i,

2, 1)

m. Jan. 27, 1793, John, son of

Henry

and Bethiah (Baker) Perry of Hanson,


63 Joshua 5 (^7, n,
2,

[P. R.].

1)

m.

1798 (pub. Dec. 15), Aurelia

Sherman

of
:

Xew

Bedford.

Children

97 Elizabeth. 98 Mary, 99 Clarissa.


'
,

d.
,

1870X. 1870X.

100

Demy,

d.

ior John,

-102 Joshua.
-

103 Joseph,

Joseph' (37, 11, (2d) her sister.


f)4
1

2, 1)

in.

1st)

Phoebe Hopkins;

82

65 Elizabeth 3 {$-, u,

2,

1)

m.

1823 (pub. Mar. 22), Otis

Sherman

of Scituate.

66 Benjamin 5 (37, 11, 2, 1) m. (1st) Dec. 27, 1807, Sarah. dau. of Lot and Diana (-Howland) Phillips, b. June 11, 1788, d. Sept. 11, 1833; (2d) Nov., 1834 (or Dec, 1836), Lydia How-

and Sally (Barnes) Jennings, and widow of Jonathan Howland of Hanson, b. Aug. 6, 1790. d. Sept. 7, 1874.
Children
:

land, dau. of Isaac

104 Joshua,
.

b.

Oct.
b.

14.

1808. d.
9.

Mar.
d.

6.

1868.
9.

105 Lot Phillips,


.

Apr.
17.

1S11. d. Sept.
2.

1888.

106 Benjamin,
107 Sarah,
b.
/'.

b.

Jan.
12,
7,

181

Feb. 26. 1885.


20.

Jul.

1813, J.

May
Mar.

1897.
,

108 Polly. 109 Jane.

Aug.
Apr.
Apr.
b.

1815, J.
1820,

1892.

b.

17,

no

Lydia.

b.

10.

1823. d. Feb.

1850.

in Huldah.
112 Lucius,
.

Mar.

14.
8,
b.

1825. d. Jan. 14, 1S97.

b.

June

1828.

113 Blaney Phillips,

Oct. 22, 1831.

[P. R., F. R.]

67 Desire 5 (37, 11, 2, 1) w. Jan. Nov. 18, 1782, d. Oct. 24, 1822.

1,

1806.

Byram Sampson,

b.

68 Lettice 5 {37, 11,2, 1) m. Dec. 20. 1807, Isaac, son of Isaac and Lydia (Hatch) Hobart of Hanson, b. Dec. 31, 1784, d. Feb.
2/, 1873-

74 David Gorham* (49, 23,


Josselyn of Portland. Me.,
b.

10.

2,
rf.

1)

m.

1805.

Deborah

B.

1782.

April

u.

1846.

Children
114
*

Susan Garrett,

b.

Nov.

16.

1806, d. Feb. 18. 1861.

115 Moses.

116

Mary

G., b.

i8co. d.
b.

117 Eliza Clark,

June 13, June 23..1812.


/>.

1837.
(

/.

Dec. 2?. 1896.


25.

118 Jeremiah dishing. 119

1S14.
(/.

rf.

Jul.
13.

1881.

Abby

Gorlu.ni.

b.

1817.

Aug.
)

1846.

75 Mary* (49, 23, son of Portland.

10. 2,

m. Oct.

5,

1800,

Benjamin John-

76 Eliza" (49,

23. 10. 2,

i)m.
m.

Rev^Clark^Gorham.

77 Abby" (49, 23.


idence, R.
I.

10. 2.

Johnson of

Prov-

83

8 78 Hannah (53, 29,

11, 2,

1)

m.

Stephen Jewett.
<

6 Eunice ... 79 John ($3, 29. ii, 2, 1) m. (ist) May 10. 1830, Nov. 23. Ct., &. Montville, of Thompson dau. of Rev. Amos G.

1801,

(/.

Aug.

9.

1842; (2d) Harriet Eliza, dan. of John Gray of

New

York.
to

Removed
Co., Fla.

New York

City

in

1827, later to Stark. Bradford

80 Thomas Crumbie 6 (55, 29,


Children
.

11, 2,

1)

m.

119A George Frank,

Thomas

C. 6

Barker was

a physician in

Bangor, Me.

His son

resides in Lowell.

82 Ann* (56. 29,

11,

2,

1)

w. Nov. 15,

1807, Jonathan L.

Whiting of Charlestown.
84 Susan" (56, 29,
11, 2,

1)

m.

1816. Miles Jones of

Savannah (Ga. ?).


86 Ruxby M. 9 (56,
29, 11, 2, 1)

m.

1817 (pub. Aug.

2), Isaac H. Robbins of Savannah.

96 George Payson 8 (58, 29, 11, 2, Coit of Norwich. Ct., d. Feb. 5, 1874.
v

1)

m.

Abby

Children 120 George Payson,


:

b.

Dec. 24, 1835,

d.

Jan. 28. 1868.

121

Sarah,
ii, 2, 1)

98 Mary" (63, 37,

m.

Taylor of
13,
r

N. Y.

104 Joshua" (66, 37,


of Capt.

ii, 2,

i)m. Mar.

83

Deborah, dau.
b.

Thomas and Mary (Munroe)


1849.
:

Sturtevant,

1809,

d.

Aug.

7,

Children

122 Deborah,

b.

May
b.

22.

1834. d.

Mar.

2.

184^.

123 Sarah Jane,


124 Joshua, 125 Eveline,
b. b.

June, 24, 1836.


6,

Dec.

1837. d. Jan. 25.

1853. 1864.

Nov.
Dec.

18,
b.

1840, d.
25,

May
1843,

19,

126

James Munroe,
b.

May

127 Alfred,

20.

1847. d.

May

16,

1871.

128 Mary,

b.

Jul.

15.

1840, d. Sept.

14,

1849.

84

iOj Lot Phillips 6

(.66,

37, 11, 2,

in.

Deborah

D.,
b.

dau. of Eli and Elizabeth (Rogers) Super of Livermore, Me.,

Nov.

2.

1815.

d.

May

22, 1891.

Children
129 Sarah Elizabeth,
Philip Henry,
&.

May
b.

26, 1842,
ig,
.

130 Florinda Williams,


131
b.
b.

Sept.

1843.

1845.

132

De Witt

Clinton,

133 Frederick Quincy, 134 Helen

b.

Mar. 28. 1847, Mar. 28, 185 1,


Jul. 3.
22,

Amanda,

b.

Oct. 23. 1S52,


b.

Edwards, 136 George Cilman, /'.


135 William

1854,

May

1864,

106 Benjamin

(66, $j. 11, 2, 1)


(

w. Nov. 10, 1839, Deborah


b.

C,

dau. of Zachariah and Sarah


:

Brooks) Damon,

Oct.

3,

1815.

Children
138
139

137 John.

b.

Nov.

3,

1840,
b.

Hannah Briggs
Deborah Ann.
b.
fr.

Nov.
2^,

12,

1842,

b.

Apr.
2,

1844,

140 Charles,
141

Oct.

1847,

George,

Jan. 23, 1851,


b.

142 Sarah

Emma,
b.

Feb.
31,

24,

1854,

c/.

Mar.,

1895.

143 Ida Jane,

Mar.
b.

1856,

144 Albert Francis,

Oct. 24. 1859,

107 Sarah 6 (66, 27< n.


of

2,

i)

m. July

4.

1840, William, son

Eben and Eunice


10S Polly 6 (66,

Bisbee.

2)7-

ll , 2

>

William Webber of Mason,

Vt.

109 Jane

(66, 27-

n,
1,

~.

(1st) July 8, 1840, Rev.


b.

Ed-

ward
10,

S.

Shepherd of Deerfield, N. H.,


Oct,
1811,

Aug.

17,

1819. d. Jan.

1851; (2d) June


b.

1856, El-bridge, son of


6,
d.

Benjamin Tobey

of Whitcfield, Me.,

Nov.

8,

1879. 1842, Florin, son of


b.

110 Lydia 6 (66, 27- u.

2,

1)

m. Jan.

15,

William and Bethiah (Josselyn) Estes of Hanover,


1

Nov.

14,

82 1.

in Huldah
of

r
'

(66, 27' IT

' J une

5>

^65, Reuben, son


b.

Lemuel and Lydia (Holbropk) Paine


3,
1

of Rockland, Me.,

May

81 6,

c/.

Mar.

25, 1872.

85

ii2 Lucius 6 (66, 37, 11.

2,

1)

m. (ist) Mar. 25, 1S50,

Mary

M., dau. of Enoch and Melinda Livingston of Hopkinton, N. H.

(2d)
Children
145 Charles,

146 Frank,
147 Minnie.

14S Linda,
149 Blaney Phillips,
b.

Dec. 28, i860,

d.

Sept.

4,

1899.

Resided

in

Elmira, X. Y., and

in

Kansas.
2,

113 Blaney Phillips 6 (66, 37, 11,


line

1)

m. July

3,

1853,

Ade-

(241), dau. of Ira


b.
:

125) and Deborah (Sylvester) Barker of

Norvvell,

April

6,

1S26.

Children

150 Nellie,

d.

young.
10, 2, 1)

114 Susan Garrett 7 174, 49. 2^,

m.

Nathaniel,

son of Nathaniel and Eunice (Elder) Mosher of Gorham, Me.,


d.

1832.

117 Eliza Clark 7 (74. 49, 23,


F.

10, 2, 1)

m.

1852, Caleb

Poor

of

Westbrook, Me., son of Thomas and


b.

m.

(Brevard)

Poor of Newbury, Mass.,

April

10,

1802,

d.

Sept. 15, 1880.


1)

118 Jeremiah Gushing 7 (74, 49/23,

10, 2,

Sarah

E., dau. of
b.

dover, Me.,

Moses and Dorothy (Bragg) Merrill of AnAug. 25, 1815, d. May n, 1854.
b.

Children
151

152

Abby Gorham. Mary Poor, b.

Apr.

19.

1847,

Oct. 23, 1850,


b.

153 Frederick Gushing,

Nov.

23,

1852,

119

Abby Gorham 7

(74, 49, 2^,

10,

2,

1)

m.

1837, Daniel
(

Carpenter of Westbrook, Me., son of Nathan and Lydia


ford) Carpenter of Attleboro,
/>.

Padel-

May

25, 1807, d.
11, 2,

Aug.

17, 1885.

120 George Payson 7 (96, 58, 29,

1).

A.

B., Yale, 1856,

and admitted

to the

bar 1859; practised law

in Buffalo,

N. Y.
58. 29, II, 2, 1)
z.

121

Sarah 7 (96,

Sept.

5.

1867,

Edward N.

Gibbs, cashier of

Thames National Bank


86

of Norwich, Ct.

7 123 Sarah Jane

(104, 66, 37,

11,

2,

1)

m. June 24,

1854,

Francis
b.

B.,

son of Francis (Barker) and

Lucy

(Corthell) Ellis,

Jan. 2^, 1831.

124 James

Mimroe

7
(

104, 66, 37, II, 2, 1)

m. Aug. 28, 1870,


b.

Jane S., dan. of Caleb and Polly

Thomas

of Marshfield,

Oct.

M,

1845.
:

Children
155

154 Frederick

II,

b.

Jul. 2,
b.

1872,
30,

James Munroe,

May

18S4,

129 Sarah Elizabeth 7 (105, 66. ^j, II,


Lot, son of Fzra and

2,

1)

m.

May

6,

1864,

Xahby

Phillips,

b.

i84iXII,
2,

7 130 Florinda Williams

(105, 66, 37,

1)
b.

m. Jan. 30,

1865, George, son of John L. and Harriet Elms,


131
line

Jan. 30, 1835.

Philip

Henry

(105, 66, ^j, 11,

2,

1)

m.

Caro-

H. Bates, dau. of

Nahum
b.

and Maria Keene, and widow of

Christopher

W.

Bates,

Jan. 9, 1845.
105, 66, ^j, 11. 2, 1) m.
,

7 132 l)e Witt Clinton

dau. of Theodore and Sarah (Turner) Hobart.

Children

156 Preston,
7 133 Frederick Quincy

(105, 66, 37, 11,

2,

1)
b.

m. April 12,

1872, Celia, dau. of

Edward and Sarah


Jul. 30,
7

D. Beal,

Dec. 2J. 1853.

Children

157 Louis

Morton,

b.

1874.

134 Helen

Amanda

(105, 66, ^y, 11,

2, 1)

m.

Horace Tower of Hanover.


135 William

Edward 7

(105, 66, 37, 11,

2, 1)

m. Jan. 28, 1876,

Eliza M., dau. of Benjamin H. and Sophia

M. Stevens.

Children

158 Clifton,

b.

Dec.
b.

5,

1880,
26, 1887,

159 Estella M., 1(0

Apr.
2.

Ruth M.,
7

b.

Oct.

[894,

137 John

(106, 66, 27-

!I

>

>

Ist )

April 28

l8
'

"

Ellen A., dau. of Cyrus A. and Jane P. (Stetson) Dyer,

b.

July

87

30,

1843.

d.

Dec.

5,

1800
II.

{2d) Dec. 25, 1S87, Ida C, dau. of

Henry D. and Lucy


Children
:

(Catlin) Reynolds of Harvington, Conn.

161 Alice

Edna,

b.

Oct. 25, 1873,


b.

162 Eleanor Burton,

Aug.
7
(

11,

1877,
i.

138

Hannah Briggs
Nov.
13,

ic6, 66, 37, II, 2, 1)

Sept. 16, 1863,


of

Herhert, son of George and


bury,
b.

Hannah (Chandler) Raker

Dux-

1842.

139 Deborah

Ann

(106, 66, 37.

1 1,

2,

1)

;;;.

Nov.

8,

1864,

Francis, son of Josiah and Sophia Chamberlain,

b.

Aug.
13,

29, 1840.

140 Charles 7 (106, 66, 37, H,


\V., dau. of

2,

1)

i.
b.

Aug.

1871, Flora

Martin and Almira Bourne,

May

8.

1854.

Children

163 Grace,

b.

Feb.

10,

1873, d.

Nov.

11,

1873.

141

George 7 (106,

66, 37, 11, 2, 1)

m. Feb.

1,

1900,

Eva V.

Brown.
142 Sarah

Emma

(106, 66, 37, 11,


(

2,

1)

m. Nov. 24, 1875,


b.

Horace
12,

S.,

son of Rufus and Annie S.

Brooks) Crane,

Aug".

1853.

144 Albert Francis

7
(

106, 66, ^7, 11, 2, 1) m. Jan. 12, 1888,


II.

Lucy C, dau.

of

Henry D. and Lucy


b.

(Catlin)

Reynolds of

Harvington, Conn.,
Children
164 Albert

Feb.

11,

1869.

Damon,

b. b. b. b.

Apr.

4.

1889,

165 Marjorie Dean, 166 Robert Harris


167 Arleen Muriel,

Jul. 20, 1890,

Mar.

29.

1895,

July, 1898,

Resides in Brockton, Mass.


7 149 Blaney Phillips
1

112, 66, ^7,

n,

2, 1)

in.

Nov.

30, 1885,
b.

Elizabeth, dau. of Michael Glindon of Jamestown, N. V.,


22, 1862.

Jan.

Children
168

Mary

Elizabeth,
b.

b.

Nov.
18,

4.

1886, d. Jan. 18, 1887.

169 Iua Frances.

Feb.
b.

1888,
17,
6,

170 Alice Gertrude,


171

Jan.
b.

1870. d. Jan. 22, 1895. 1893,

Dorothy Loretta,

Oct.

\~2 173

Wilhelmina Maria, b. Feb. Frank Glindon, June 4.


/'.

28,

1896,

1899,

151
Olco'tt

Abby Gorham 8
B.

118, 74. 49, 23. 10, 2, 1) m. Dec. 7, 1882,

(Brown) Poor

Poor of Portland, Me., son of Sylvanus and Fdiza of Andover, Me., b. Aug. 23, 1838.
2},.

153 PYederick Cnsliing" (118, 74, 40,


1888, Florence Fdla,
ball of

10, 2. 1)

m. Feb.

2,

dan. of Henry T. and Sarah (Hoar) Kimb.

Rangeley. Me.,
:

Jan. 10, 1864,

d.

May

12, 1893.

Children

174 Florence Ella,

b.

May

10,

1893.

S9

APPENDIX.
Other persons named Barker
in

Plymouth Colony and County.

MIDDLEBORO.
his

Jonathan: inventory of widow, Jane.


i

his estate, Oct. 31,

1690, mentions

John,

111.

Xov.

8.

1755.

Thankful

Ward

of Tiverton, R.

I.

HANOVER.
3 Abigail

C,

in.

Danforth X. Sylvester.

4 Ann, in. Sept. 10. 1770. Luther, son of Xathaniel and Hannah (Withered) Rabbins, b. 1737.
5

Elizabeth,

in.

April

11,

785. Jabez R., son of

Benjamin

and Elizabeth (Crooker)


6 Hannah,
7
i.

Bates.
1

May

3,

7.V>.

Elijah Clashing.
d.

Huldah, dan. of Joshua and Martha,

Sept. 8, 1849.

8 John. Jr.,/;;. Jan. 31, 1 760, Susanna, dan. of Jonathan and Jerusha Wight, b. July 30, 1737.

9 Joshua, in. April 21, 1782, Sarah, dan. of Ezekiel and tha rainier, b. July 20. 1737.
10 Martha,
11
</.

Mar-

Aug.
6,

7,

1847, at

Hanson.
Estes.
b.

Mary,

;/;.

Feb.

1856,

Reuben
75

12
13

Xahhy (Mrs.),
Richard,
//;.

d.

Aug.
1

28, 1863.
1
.

Dec., 1766.

;/;.

April 2^.

Mary

Pratt.

14 Ruth.

1760X, Caleb Turner.

PEMBROKE.
15 Abel,

1790X. Experience Gould, b. 75516 Lydia, ;;;. Feb. 20, 1751, Jeremiah Crooker.
111.
1

DUX BURY.
17

Hannah,

/;;.

June

29,

1767,

Samuel Smith of Great Nine

Partners, X. Y.

MARSHFIELD.
18 Deborah, m. Jan.
ir,

1830, Jairus Sprague.

SCI TU ATE.
19 Isaac, m. Jan. 25, 1719, Elizabeth I 79 I dau. Mary, bp. 1721.
;

Barstow; she died Xov.

2 5-

20 James,
21

d.

1801.
7,

Mary, wife of James, adm. July


(/.

1752.

22 Sarah, minor,

1794.

90

INDEX.
The numbers
nair.es in the text.

refer not to pages, but to the

The

birth-date oi each individual

numbers prefixed to the is added to his name.

I.

DESCENDANTS OF ROBERT BARKER.


)

Abigail

(Abby
(1682) (1717) (i/S 1 )

1660X

Anthony Irving 1859) Arabella Douglas (1831)


(

382
5' '5

64
191

"

(1833)

565

(I775X)
(1782)

338
122 431

Augustus James (18+2) Avis H. (1854)...


Barnabas 1767) (I795X)
(

453 533
277

(1820X)
I.

1867) R. (1842)
(

L.

607 518
245
51

434
-+40

"

Abby Frances
Abner

(1834) P. (1826) (1751)

Ba hsh
;

^ U0S00
t

l8l )

3:

(1746)

201
-'46

Abraham
,

( J 775)

199 170

Maria (1836) Benjamin (1756) U795)

193

286

<!* y7W) 1 20 *) V
(1821) (1849)
.

1% 3^
507
307

(i&O
"

445
'

(1S22) (1831)
(1858)

471 481

584
1856) (l83 8)
(

457
(1824)
172

Thomas

Abrani vi86i) Adelaide Frances (1855) Adeline (1826) Albert Smith (1843) Alden (1785) Alexander R. (1815X)

587 530 241 3S8

Norwood Peckham Bertha Mav


Bethiah 1171s)

381
527

".....

626 62
l2g

I753

Betsey

(1827)
(i8co.)

357
503
I3

Bowen
Caleb

2^4 264

See Isaac.
(168.) (1719)

AHce

(1695).-

9
45
I21

(1713)

37

Loring (1877)

Maud Mead

(1870)

(1848) Sherman (1S35)


(1820.)

616 615 564

5^
492 302
50 105 207

(1779) (1813) Caroline (1835)


..

231

Amy

Smith

"

Tufts (1830)

6)

575 $2Q
S3')

Andrew Sigourney
Ann(a) (1730)
(1739)

(1811)

Carr (1740X) Catherine Augusta (1821) Charles 1729)


(

114

477
49 119
33'>

0757) (1760X)
('788) ( l8 32)

'

(1774)

126A
293 475 595 606 461 303 517 297

" "
"

(1780X)
(1784)

255
139

(1807)

A. (1871) E. J. (1866)
Ferris
(1861)

(1819)
C.

575A
574 329 (1815). 555 528 514

"

"
"

(1844) (1818)

Hazard (.1813) M. (1840)


Mifflin (1813)

Frederick

Waldo
1S40)

" "

Lemuel
0.(1831)

9'

Charles Stevens U849)


1S50 Theodore White (1S05)
1

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(1843)

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