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THE

HUNTINGTON FAMILY
IN

AMERICA
of the

A Genealogical Memoir

Known

Descendants of

SIMON HUNTINGTON
FROM

1633
Including Those

to

1915
Retained the Family

Who Have

Name, and Many Bearing Other Surnames

PUBLISHED BY THE

HUNTINGTON FAMILY ASSOCIATION


HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT

1915

Pkkss UK

THE HAKTKOKIt PKINTING


(ELIVIU
l6

CO.,

GEEK SONS,) STATE STREET, HAKIKOKH, CoNN.

PREFACE.

1151732
" Genealogical

This book may be considered as a continuation and development of a Memoir of the Huntington Family", published in 1863, by the
It has not been thought necessary to specify in the numerous passages copied from that work with little or no change.

Rev. E. B. Huntington.
text the

The preparation
this

of the present

volume began with the election of Samuel

Gladding Huntington as Histoi'ian


secretary of the Huntington

in 1907.

He

collected

much

material for

book, but was, unfortunately, unable to continue and complete

Famih

Association, Richard
it,

it. The Thomas Huntington,

has given

much

time and labor to

N.

J. has also assisted in preparing the

and Samuel Huntington of work for the press.

Plainfield,

The attempt has been made to trace and record all the descendants of In some cases, howSimon Huntington, whatever surnames they may bear. ever, data which might properly have l)een included in this book were omitted because they are contained in other genealogies to which reference is made.
Complete success
therefore be surprising
errors and- defects in
in

such an undertaking

is

impossible, approximate
for. It will

accuracy and completeness being the best that can be hoped


if
it.

not

this

book

fall

into the

hands

of persons

who

discern

If this should be the case

it is

earnestly reipiested

that the correct information be

sent to the Secretary of the Huntington

Family Association.

The numbers used


to of

in this

book

to

designate individuals and show their


1.

ancestry, are thus explained.

Simon, the

common
1. 3.

ancestor.

The figure The next


1. 4.

which begins every


1. 1.

series, refers

following numbers denote the sons


for AVilliam, 1. 2. for

Simon

in the order of their birth respectively;


for

Christopher,

Simon, and

for

Thomas.

designated was a

In like manner the subsequent numbers show in ea^h case that the person Thus 1. 1. 1. 7. is the first, second, third, or later chUd.
1. 1. 1.

combination for William, the seventh child of John


child of AVilliam
1. 1.

who was
1. 2. 4.

the oldest
12.

the oldest child of Simon

1.

Similarly

means
1. 2.

the twelfth child of the fourth child of Christopher, the second child of the
original Simon, viz
4. 12. 1.
:

Jeremiah whose oldest

child, again, has the

numbers

and

so on.
*,

The character

prefixed to names in the

lists

of children, is used to in-

dicate the parent of a child or children mentioned later in this book.

Meetings of the Huntington Family.

FIKST MEETING.

The
3,

first

1857.
it

An

meeting of the Family was held in Norwich Town on September account of the meeting, and of the preliminary action which
is

brought

about,

contained

in "

Genealogical Memoir of the Huntington

Family," published by the Rev. Elijah B. Huntington in 1863.

SECl>ND MEETING.
first meeting, the second was held September 3, 19<t7, in the First Congregational Church, Norwich Town, Conn. The program of the meeting was as follows:

In accordance with a vote ])assed at the

fifty

years

later,

1.

2.

Organ Voluntary, Reading from the


Pi-ayer,

3.

4.
5. 6.
7.

Address of Welcome,

Soprano Solo, "The Lavender Reply to Welcome,

...... ...... .....


Scriptures,
.

Miss
S.

Mary Avery.
Huntington.

Rev. Henry

Rev. Henry S. Huntington.


Miss Louise Pratt.

Rev. (ieorgc H. Ewing, Pastor of the Church.


Girl,"
.

Rev. John T. Huntington.

The Huntington Hymn,

written by Mrs. John

W.

James, daughter of

8. 9.

Ralph Huntington of Boston, and sung Reading of Psalm CXLVIL


Address,

at the first

Family Meeting.

" English Ancl^stry of Margaret Baret," a paper by Mr.

George

S. Porter.

10.

Rev. George
.

W.

Huntington.

11.
12.

Address, " Our Early Ancestors,"

"The

Historic

Homes

of

Norwich Town," a

Samuel H. Huntington, m.d. 2)aper by Frederick Putnam


Miss Louise Pratt.
S.

Gulliver.
13.
14.

Soprano

Solo, "

Absence,"

.....

Address, "

The

Significance of

Our Gathering," Rev. Fr. James O.

Huntington.

15.

Open

and Formation of the Huntington Family Association, the Committee of Arrangements for the meeting being authorized to appoint a Board of Control, or Executive Committee, having power to fill vacancies in its number, and thus to be self-perpetuating. It was also voted to hold the next Family Reunion teq years later, but this was later changed to five years by a vote taken by mail.
Discussion,

THIRD MEETING.

The
First

third Family Reunion was held on Sept. 6th and 7th, 1912, in the

There was a preliminary luncheon at the General Jabez Huntington House which was kindly placed

Congregational Church, Norwich Town.

6
at the disposal of the
tlu'

HDNTINGTOX GKNKALOOV.

Committee as a headcjHarters for th*- im-oting of 1912. by owniT Thoinas Huntington, wlio rcsidi's in London, Kng., and tlie afternoon si'ssion was lield at v. m. witli the following program, the Kev. John T.
:i

Huntington, the President, presiding.


1.
2.

Reading
Prayer,

of the Scriptures,

.... ......
. . .

Rev. Geoige H. Ewing.

Rev. (Jeorge U'ilson Huntington.

3.

Address

4.

of Welcome, Hon. Frederick .laliez Huntington. Address, " The Preciousness of a Lasting Friendsliip," Rev. John T.

Huntington.
f).

Music.
Address,

6.

"The Uses

of

Old Families

in the

Republic," Hon. Huntington

Wilson.
7.

Music,
Ad<lress, "

8.

The Present

Status of the Huntington Family," Mr. Samuel

(iladding Huntington, the Historian of the Family.


9.

Business Session for Appointment of Committees.


In the evening
Prof.

(jf the same day a bampiet was held at the Wauregan John Hates Clark presided and made the opening address. Speeches, some of them ([uite informal, were also delivered by Rev. James (). 5. Huntington, Henry Strong Gulliver, Secretary R. Thomas Huntington, Robert W. Huntington, Jr., and Prof. Ellsworth Huntington, and in conclusion one verse of Old Hundred was sung.

House.

On
stitution

Saturday Sept.

7tli,

a busint-ss meeting was lield at 9 a. m.. Prof.

Ellsworth Huntington presiding.

Reports of committees wer*- received, a conollicers

was adopted, and the following


President,

were elected.

Rev. Fk. James (). S. Huntington. Pkok. John Hatks Ciauk. .Second Vice President, Pkok. Ei.ls.\vokth Hi'XTiNci Third Vice President, Hon. Hitntington Wilson. Historian, Mk. Sami;ei, (iI.adding Hcntiniiton. .Secretary, Mr. 11. Thomas Huxtington.
First Vice President,

r<>\.

Tlic l)usiness scfjsion having been concluded,


carricil out.
1.

tlic

following pni.;rain was

Prof. .lolin Hates Clark prcsiiling.

l'ra\er,
liislorical

2.

Address, "

Huntington.
.'(.

.Music,

I.
;').

Address,

"

...... .....
Fivi-

Kev. I)a\id Crosliy

untinglon.

Huntington Congressnuii," Kc\. Henry .Strong


Prof.

Herbert Yerrington, Oi-ganist.


I'rof.

'I'lie

Fine Virtue of Clannishness,"

(ieorge Hnntinuton.

Singing the Huntington


I'ln-

Hymn.
(liei-e

.\sso<iation then adjourned to

Following the adjournment


the (Jen. Jabez lujuse.

Many

of

meet in 1917. was another very pleasant luiuheon at the family al>o went on an excni-sion to Ni'W
M.

London by steamer, leaving

at 2 p.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
With much
of the able

regret, it has been decided not and interesting addresses delivered

mentioned.

and cost

of

volume any Family Reunions above This conclusion has been reached in order to keep down the size The genealogy is necessarily more voluminous than the book.
to include in this

at the

that contained in the

Memoir
the

of 1863.

The

following

is

Constitution of the Huntington Family Association.

ARTICLE
The name
ciation.

I.

of this organization shall be the Huntington Family Asso-

ARTICLE
The
living

TI.

object of the

Association shall be to promote fellowship

among

the descendants of the Huntington settlers in America; to help one another in

up to the best that has come down from our ancestors; and and preserve tht* records and traditions of the Huntington family.

to collect

ARTICLE

III.

MEMBERSHIP.
Membership in the Association shall be open to any descendant of Simon Huntington and Margaret Baret, to any other person bearing the name of Huntington who shall be approved by a unanimous vote of the Executive Committee, and to the husband and wife of any of the persons above mentioned.

ARTICLE
Srction
Treasurer an
at the
1.

IV.

Each member

of the Association shall


dollar,

initiation fee of

one

pay to the Secretaryand a membership fee of one dollar

beginning of every second year beginning with the year of initiation.


2.

Sec.

INlembership in the Association shall lapse unless the

payment

is

made

due is sent out by the Secretary, but may be restored by vote of the Executive Committee on the payment of back dues.
within six months of the time
notice that the fee
is

when

Sec.

3.

payer a
only of
ciation.

life life

The pavment of ten dollars at one time shall constitute the member, not subject to the payment of future dues. The income membership fees shall be used for current expenses of the Asso-

HUNTINGTON GKNEAl.OGY.

ARTICLE
Reunions shall be held uuce in nated by the Executive Committee.

V.

KKUNION8.
live years, at a

time and place to be desig-

ARTICLE
Section
wliose
(hitit'S 2.
1.

VI.

OFFICKHS.
Tlie ofiicers of the Association shall be a President, a
first,

a second and a third Vice President, Secretary Treasurer, and an Historian,


shall

be those which ordinarily ajjjjertain to

thes' oHices.

Skc.

Election of officers shall be by ballot, and the camlidate re-

ceiving the higher

number

of votes for each office shall he declared elected.

Skc.
written

3.

It shall

be the duty of a nominating convention of three

mem-

bers appointed by the Executive Committee, to furnish to the Secretary a


list

of one or

more caudidatcs
also be

for each olHce.

Nomination of can-

didates for office

may

made

l)y

any member of the Association, proin

vided such nominations be


the

submitted

writing to the Secretary before

time of election.
list

It

shall

be the duty of the Secretary to present to

the Association a
officers shall

of all the candi<lates

nominated

tor office, wliereu|KMi

be elected in the

manner

prescril)ed l)y Section 2 of this Article.

Skc.

4.

In case any office becomes vacant by death or otlierwise, the


to
till

Executive Committee shall have power

it.

ARTICLE
The
afl'airs

VII.

KXKCUTIVK COMMITTKE.
of the Association shall be entrusted to an Executive

Com-

mittee, consisting of the officers already named.

This committee

shall

meet at
respects

the call of the President or Secretary.

It

shall

have
it

full

power

in all

during the interval l)etween reunions, except that


ness
in

shall not incur indebtedit

excess of the receipts from fees or other sources, nor shall

pledge the

Association to any

new

policies without the vote of tlie Association.

ARTICLE
This Constitution may be amended
present at any Reunion.

VIII.
l)y

a majority vote of the members

GENEALOGICAL MEMOIR.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

11

Simon Huntington,

the Puritan Immigrant.

Our knowledge of his ancestry is derived from a report of investigations made by Gustav Anjou, a genealogist, for Henry Edwards Huntington.
(1. 3. 6.
7. 6. 2. 2.

4.)

of whom nothing else is known with absolute had three children born in England (perhai)s in Hempstead) Richard, Thomas and Elizabeth. Richard, the oldest child, born about 1460, married in 1498 Alice, daughter of Simon Loring, of Little Sampford, and had

One Thomas Huntington,

certainty,

five sons,

Robert, Christopher, born Dec. 18, 1500, John, Simon,


Christopher,
the

(who died

young,)

and Richard.

second of the sons of Richard,

7, 1537, Elizabeth, daughter of George Bailey, (or Bayley,) of London, and had issue George, born Jan. 9, 1538, and seven other sons and one daughter. George married, Aug. 5, 1580, Anne, daughter of Robert

married, April

Fenwick, and had

issue (1,)

Margaret, born

May

11, 1581;

married Jan. 27,

1607, Joannes Spencer; (2,) Samuel, born Feb. 16, 1582, an officer in the

army

King Charles the First; (3,) Simon, born Aug. 7, 1583, our ancestor' June 2, 1585, and married, Jan. 15, 1609, Marie Whitewood; (5,) Andrew, born Jan. 18, 1587, and mai-ried, June 1, 1609, Elizabeth, daughter of William Rockwell; (6.) Robert, born March G, 1589. Thus the
of
(4,) George, born

descent of our

common

ancestor

is

traced back through four generations.

Simon Huntington was ])robably married once before his marriage with Margaret Baret, .June 21, 1627. though of this it is impossible to speak with certainty. Margaret Baret was the daughter of Christopher Baret, who was Mayor of Norwich, England, in 1634 and l(i48, and died in August, 1649.

The church records of Roxl)ury, Mass., contain the earliest record of the Huntington name known in New i^ngland. It is in the handwriting of Rev.
John
Eliot, the pastor of that ancient church.
It is

a "record of such as

adjoined themselves unto the fellowship of this church of Christ of Rox-

borough, as also of such children as were born unto them under the holy

covenant of
is

this church,

who

are most properly the seed of the church."

This

the record of Margaret Huntington.

Margaret Huntington, Widow, came

in 1633.

Her Husband

died

BY THE WAY OF THE SmALL PoX. ShE BROUGHT Children vs^ith her.
This is practically all that is certainly known of the progenitor of the Huntington Family in America. The rest is tradition, inference and conjecture.

Margaret Huntington, the widow, married Thomas Stoughton


or 1636,

in

1635

and moved with him

to

Windsor, Conn.

He was prominent
25, 1661.

in the

early history of that settlement, and died there

March

12

huntington obnbalogy.
children.
*
1.

*
*

2. 3.

William. Christophku, born [)rol)at)ly Simon, born in 1G29.

in the

Spring of 1628.

4.
.0.

Thomas. Ann, all that

is

known

of her

is

what

is

found

in the li'ttcr of

Peter

Baret. printed in the ''Gene^'.ogical

Memoir

of the Huntinj^ttm

Family," published in 1863.

ev
16

M M
ab
th
Pl
IV
tv

h
ti

w
fc

William
and

1. 1.

his

Descendants.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

15

1. 1.

William Huntington.
With
respect to the parentage of

WilUam

the evidence

is

meagre.

How-

ever the letter of Peter Baret to Christopher Huntington, dated April 20, This letter was published in the " Genealogical 1650, is of some importance.

Memoir

of the Huntington

Family"

of 1863.

In

it

the writer, a brother of

HuntingtonJ Stoughton, directs the division of the sum of about 140 between her children, Christopher, Simon, Thomas and Ann, and the investment of Thomas' share until he should " come to be cajiable to emWilliam is utterly ignored, which plainly suggests that he was not ploy it." Rev. E. B. Huntington drew this innearly related in blood to the Barets. ference, and said that the letter " suggests that William is more jjrobably a With all due respect it must be said that in brother than a son of 8imon." this he went too far, as William might well have been a son of Simon by a first wife, who died before his marriage to Margaret Baret. According to our information, Simon was about forty-four years old when he married Margaret.
]\Iargaret (Baret,
jNIarriages entered into at that

age were more often second than

first

marriages.

Thus

of 37 first marriages of

men

of the second, third


all

and fourth generations


of the

of the

Huntington Family, being

those in which

we know the ages

husbands, only nine of those husbands were over thirty, only one over thirty-five, and all were under forty. Their average age was slightly under
twenty-six.

The average age

of those generations

of the husbands in the seven second marriages was about forty-one. The report of Gustav Anjou the

Henry Edwards Huntington, f 1. 3. 6. 7. 6. 2. 2. 4. J beforementioned, gives the names of four brothers of Simon Huntington, but no William among them.
genealogist to

Thus there seems


boy from ten
to

to

a son of Simon than a brother.

be more reason for supposing William to have been If, at the time of the immigration, he was a

eighteen years of age, he would naturally have come with the

But before very long his rising feeling of independence might impel him to strike out for himself. So, apparently, he did not go to Connecticut with Margaret and her children, but is found in Salisbury, Mass.,
rest of the family.

as early as 1640.

His descendants have been heretofore classed as descendants of Simon, and there is no reason for a change in this respect, although we may greatly doubt if Margaret Baret was their ancestress. At a general meeting of the freemen of Salisbury, on the 26th of 10th month in 1642, it was ordered that thirty families should remove to the west
side of the

Powow

river, the dividing line

between Salisbury and Amesburv.

William's was probably one of the families

who then

crossed the river and

became one
" Salisbury

of the pioneers in the

new

settlement of Amesbury, then called

New

the old Salisbury, as he

Towne." He, however, retained possession of his share in was recorded as " townsman and commoner," there, on

16

HUNTINGTON GENEAI.OOY.
lie also paid tin- tax for the support of the
first

the third of twelfth month, 1650.

Rev. Wni. Wonuster, who was pastor over the


to his death, in 1662.

church

in Salisbury,

down

He married Joanna
in

Bavley, a daughter of John Bayley

who

caiiif
in

from Chippendale, Eng.,

the shij)

"Angel

(Jabriel "

and was
lie

wreckeil

the terrihh- storm off the coast of I'eniiKpiiil. Aug. 15. 1635.

was a great grandson of (ieorge Hayley (or Bailev, ) the great grandfatlier of Simon Huntington. lie went from Salisbury to N'ewl)ury, in 165(1, and died Tiiig relationship is fully shown by the recorded names, and there in 1651. the will of John Hayley, sen in which he provides that his son John shall pay In comi)lianee with this provision, in 1652, John Bayley,jr., certain legacies. of Newbury, made a de<'d, in which he gave to the above .loanna and her two Trailition makes William Huntingchildren, a lot of land on the .Merrimac.
;

ton a religious man, and that he was a

man

(f

enterprise, and of a thoroughly

English

spirit

is

evinced by his oi;cupancy of that exposed outpost of the

English setth'ments of that day

o{)position
in
tin-

to Frencli

encroachments being

the mainspring to the settlement of that frontier town.

The

residence of

Wm.

Huntington,
llovt.

in

16H5-6,

is

given

the ''lloyt Family." as next to


Itanks of the Merrimac,

Thonias

This was in Pleasant


is

NalNy, on
isi.'!
1.
;{.

where the
<tf

river

a half mile wide, an<l altngelber a beautiful place.


iiail
1.

part

this

famil\ possi'ssi<jn
of Mrs. Davis, (1.

nut in
1.

lircn alienated,

being then

in the

jmssessinn

7.

1.

H.).

The
and
lielj)

following minutes were copied from the Salisbury


to indicate the

Town

Ki-eords.

character and position

<if

William Huntington.

165;j-4, 1st

month.

One

acre ami nin'ty-two rods, his sliare of the Beach

Conunon.

Being one of the sixty-two persons of the division of the nu-adow


river's

toward Merrim;u-

river, and the great Creek toward Merrimac and the Barberry Meadow, he drew lot No. 55.

mouth

1654, Ist month.

He
He
is

is

enrolled as one of the present inhabitants and

commoners

of the
2!.

New Town.
recorded as drawing land by
lot,

1658, Oct.

the thirteen to who.sc children 5<M acres of laud were given.

and he was one of His st)n John is


Howntinton
laiil I'lit at

mentioned as the child to inherit his .share. " A towns shiep is 1660, 10th month.
bis son."

grantic<l to Willi

for

1661,

He was one

of

tin-

twenty-llvr Ik wlioni lots were

the

Lion's mouth.
acres, "
1. IK" drew 120 acres of land; and in March. Kit;-.'-,}, tliiriy West of pond near Children's Land." New Town, 11th month IHth day, 1663. lie clnw lots, "between Hani|)-

1662, April

tf)nshire

and I'owf)W river," and

in

l"it!7,

12th ninnti* isth

i\;\\

lie

drew

lots in

four

j)la'es.

In 1664

Wm.

Hnntinglnn bought
river.

ol .lulin

lloyl,scn., a

lot

of land adjoin-

ing his

own on Merrimac

lie dicil about the year 16H!.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
The deed
record of
of

17
March
24th,

Joshua
1. 3.

(ioldsinith

and Mary,

his wife, dated

1689 or 1690, indicates that William Huntington was dead at that date.

See

Mary

1.

CHILDREN.
*
1.

2.

John, born on Sabbath, the last week in Aug. 1643. James, died on the fifth day of the twelfth month, 1646.
probably the second son, and died in infancy.

He was

3.

Mary,

born May 8, 1648, in Amesbury, and married on the 14th day of the 6th month, 1667, Joshua Goldsmith. They probably had no children.
(1. 1. 1. 2.)

bond from Jeremiah Davis, son of Mary,

dated Dec.

3,

1720, and acknowledged


ington, of

May
:

22, 1723, formerly in possession of

Enoch Hunt;

Amesbury, says

"

Am

holden and firmly bound unto ray honored

my Aunt Mary Gouldsmith, widow " the bond pledging her maintenance during her natural life. Joshua Goldsmith and his wife Mary, sold " for and in consideration of valuable satisfaction in hand, already received in land and other good pay, of John Huntington, and for other good and lawful motives us thereunto inducing, do sell, &c., unto the abovesaid John Huntington, one-third part of the housing and lands, being the contents of, specified in a deed or gift, under the hand and seal of Jno. Bailey, of Newbury, in the County of Esse.x, formerly given and granted by the said Bayley unto our mother, Johannah Huntington,
grandfather, John Huntington, and

and to John and Mary, her two children, bearing date the 4th of the eleventh month, 1652 as also all right, &c., to all lands, goods, &c., belonging to our father, William Huntington, now deceased; this dated 24 day March one thousand six hundred eighty-nine or ninety, re-aflirmed or acknowledged and yielded up the right of dower, March 1, 1692-93."
;

1. 1. 1.

John Huntington,
Aug. 1643; married Dec.
1686, Elizabeth Blaisdel.

born

in

25, 1665, Elizabeth

Amesbury, on the Sabbath the last week in Hunt; married, second, about
first

He

died about 1729.

He had
built in

a seat assigned him in the

Congregational meeting house

Amesbury, and the records show that he was on terms of good will He was at one time and intimacy with the first Pastor of that church. constable of the town, and appears to have been a man of character and
influence.

children, born in amesbury, mass.


1. 2.

Hannah, born Aug. 16, 1666, and died Aug. 17, 1666. Mary, born Nov. 5, 1667, and married Mar. 24, 1687, Abraham
She married again Mar.
5,

Joy.

1689, Jeremiah Davis.

18
*
3.
1,

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGV.
Elizahetii, born in or about lf!69. born Nov. 19, 1671, and niarried
29, 1692.
5.
6.

Hannah,

AVilliani

Chandler, Nov.

Sarah, born Nov. 1, 16 72, and died young and unmarried. Susannah, born Feb. 4, 1674, and married Dec. 20, 1699, Andrew
Downer.

*
*

7.

8.
9.

William. Samuel. Debokah, born


Elliot.

Se])t. 22,

16X7, and married Jan.

8,

1713,

Edmund

1.1.1.3.
Elizabeth (Hunt in<;ton) Hoyt, born
year 1669; married
in

Amesbury,

in or

about the

Thomas and He was a farmer and a man of iVIary (Brown) Iloyt, of Amesbury, ]\lass. She died Jan. 29, 1721-2. Her grandchildren, as entered note and infiuence. in the " Hoyt Family Gen." are fifty-three in number, all of the name of Hoyt her great grandchildren of the same name are 121, and her great great grand22,

May

1689, Lieutenant Thomas, son of

children are 142.

children.
1.

2.
3.

John, born July 25, 1689, and married Sarah Barnard. Jacob, born June 19, 1691, an<l married Joanna King.

4.
5.
6.
7.

Mary, born Aug. 15, 1693, and married John Lancaster. David, born Mar. 12, 1695-6. Sarah, born May 4, 1698. and married Joseph Bartlett. Timothy, (Lieut.) born -June 24, 1700; marrii'd Sarah Challis. Elizabeth, born Mar. 4, 1701-2.
Thomas, born Jan. 18, 1703-4, and married Rutii Barnard. Micah, (Lieut.) born Jan. 18, 1704. Daniel, born Jan. 23, 1707. David, born Oct. 27, 17o!), and mai-ried Mary (.iuinliy.

8.
9.

10.

11.

1.1.1.7.
in Ainesl)ury, and "intended marriage" Dec. 11, 1708, and married Jan. 27, 170.S-9, Mary, daughter of Richard and Mary (Fowler) Goodwin. He is pi-obably the

William Huntington,

born

William who again "intended marriage" Oct.


1725, as scconil wife,

widow Mar>'

C'()ll)y.

lie

23, 1725, and married Dec. 19, was executor of his father's will.

CHILDUK.N. horn in AMESBIRY, MASS.


*
1.

2.

1709-10. John, born Jan. Lydia, born A\n\ 6, 1711.


.'>,

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
3.

19

Mary,

born Jan.

13, 1712-3.

4.
5.

6.

*
*

7.

8.
9.

Sarah, born Nov. 3, 1716. Elizabeth, born Jan. 15, 1716-17, and married Nov. 8, Andrew Whittier. Deborah, born Jan. 17, 1717-8, and married June 23, Thomas Homan of Danvers, Mass. William, born Nov. 5, 1719. Timothy, born Aug. 3, 1721.
Judith, born Apr.
wife.
9,

1739,

1739,

1727, and was the only child of the second

1. 1.

1.7.
5,

1.
His wife was a Friend, and

John Huntington,

born Jan.

1709-10, and married Abigail Jones.

He

resided on the homestead of his grandfather.


of his children married

some

among

the Friends.

CHILDREN, BORN IN AMESBURY.


*
1.

John, born Aug.

15, 1737.

2.

Mary, born
in

Oct. 11, 1739, and married

John Peaselee.

They

lived

Newtown, N. H.

3.

Merriam, born

4.

Jan. 19, 1741, and married, first, Thomas Challis, and for her second husband, Stephen Brown. They lived in Newbury, where they had children. Susannah, born Nov. 14, 1743, and married John Peaselee, of Weare, New Hampshire.
of

5.

6.

William, born May 18, 1747. Sarah, born May 8, 1750, and married Micah Sawyer They had cliildren.
Elijah, born April
17, 1753.

Newbury.

7.

1.1.1.7.1.1.
John Huntington,
born Aug.
15, 1737,

and married Hannah Weed.

He

occupied the homestead of his grandfather.

He

served in the Revolu-

tionary

War

in Capt.

John Currier's company;

also in Capt.

Simeon Brown's

company.

children, born in AMESBURY, MASS.


1.

2. 3. 4.

*
*

5.

Jacob, born Sept. 28, 1758, and died single about 1779. Benjamin, born April 24, 1760. Moses, born May 25, 1763. John, born Aug. 25, 1766. Hannah, born Aug. 23, 1768, and died without children, Sept. 1841, in Amesbury.

10,

20
6.
7.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

Mary,

lived in Aiiiesl)nrv, anl died siiipk- al)out 1H14. HvimI in Anirsburv.

Abigail, marriod David CuiTicr, and

8. 9.

David, l>orn May i:{, 17 70. Sarah, married Daniel Pa^re, and
children and grand-eliildren.

lived

in

IJerwick.

Tliev bad

10.

Judith, born Amesbury.

Ajril

12,

1773, and died

sinirle,

Jnne

If),

ISol, in

1. 1. 1. 7. 1.
Bkn.jamin Huntington, born Apr. Weare, N. II.

1.2.
married P^lizabeth Buxton,

24. 176n;

and

lived in

CHILDRKN. BOKN
*
1.

IN

WKAKK,

N. H.

Hannah,

born Dee. 13, 1781.


3,

*
*

2.

Jacob, born Sept.

1783.

3. 4.

Sarah, born

Oct.

9, 178.5.

Bktsy, born Feb. 14, 17S8; married in Mareli. IsKi, Timothy Mathews, and had no children. Slu' died May 1.5, liS72.

*
*

b. 6.
7.

Thomas, born Feb. 2(t, 1791. Anna, born Feb. 20, 1791.
'
'

) >
)

r,,

1 WINS.

8. 9.

Lydia, died younj;;. 179 7. John, born Auj:.


.5,

Bkn.jamin, born Oct. 1799; married,

first,

Sally linxton: second.


thini,

Mary A. Beard, who died Leavitt, who died Apr. KJ.


Pcabody, Mass.

Sei)t. l.S9;L

3,

is.5(i;

MatiMa
I,

J.
in

He

died Dee.

IS.s.S,

1. 1. 1. 7. 1.

1.2.
l)orn
19,

1.
1.",
1

Hannah (Huntington) rrniN ion,


tlian Turinton, of Lincoln, Vt.

Dee.

7si

niarried .lona-

She died Jan.


MM.DItKN.

18.5.").

<

Hkn.iamin.

l)orn Sej)t. 11, 1x03,

and died
in

in

Ohio, Die.

U>. l.So9.

John, born Sept.

21, 1807,
Ifi.

and died
and died

Ohio, Jan. 10,

is;f7.

Kli.iam, born Dec.

1809.
in

Jatoh, born Dec.

16. ISIS,

Lincoln. Mar. 11,

l.s.^7.

Thomas, Ikmii Keli. II, IIuldah (i., l)orn Sept.

IKIH.
13, 181H.

HUNTINGTON GENKALOGY.

21

1. 1. 1. 7. 1.

1.2.2.

Sept. 3, 1783, in Weare, N. H.; married, Huldah Gove, of Weare, N, H., and settled the same year in Henniker, N. H., where his son, Joseph John, resided. He was a strong, powerful man, with great powers of endurance, was a prominent member of His first the Friends Society, and was highly esteemed by all who knew him.

Jacob Huntington, born


4, 1809,

May

wife

died

Oct. 20, 1819.

He

married for his second wife, Feb.


4,

1,

1824,

Mehitable Heddering, who died Mar.


Lavinia H. Breed, for his third wife,
15, 1857.

1827, and he married in Oct. 1829,

who

died Oct. 13, 1859.

He

died July

CHILDREN.
*
1.

2.

Elijah Shown, born June 15, 1811. Elizabeth, born Mar. 29, 1813; married Oct.
(1. 1. 1. 7. 1. 1. 3. 4.)

21, 1834, Jacob,

3.

4.

* *

5.
6.
7.

and died Sept. 16, 1838. Sarah, born May 31, 1815, and died June 15, 1834. Robert G., born May 21, 1817, and died Oct. 22, 1819. Franklin Theophilus, born Aug. 21, 1830. Huldah Gove, born Mar. 23, 1834.

Son, born July

25, 1838,

and died Sept.

27, 1858.

(?)

8.

Joseph John, born Mar.

16, 1840.

1. 1.

1.7.

1.

1.2.2.

1.
Henniker, N. H.;

Elijah Brown Huntington, born June


married Oct. 24, 1838,
Breed,

15, 1811, in

Mary

Peaslee, daughter of Richard and Bethia


5,

(Huzzy)
a farmer,

who was born

Jan. 26, 1815, and died Feb.

1864.

He was

and belonged
6,

to the Society of Friends.

He

died in Henniker, N. H., Nov.

1886.

child.
*
1.

Sewell

Cha.sk, born

May

5,

1856.

1. 1.

1.7.

1.

1.2.2.

1. 1.
;

Sewell Chase Huntington, born May 5,


at

1856

married Sept.

21, 1880,

Hillsborough

Bridge, N. H., Georgianna, daughter of Elbridge G. and

Mary (Goodwin)
and died
in
is

He He
is

Barker. She was born Mar. 12, 1852, in Hillsboro, N. H., Warner, N. H., June 11, 1899. a caretaker of a summer estate, and is living in Henniker, N. H.

a Protestant, (non-sectarian).

22

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
CHILDREN.
].

An Infant
Eva Maky,

Son, born Sept.


born Dee.

1, 1882,

and d'wd the same day,

at

Henniker, N. H.
*
2.

26, 1885.

1. 1.

1.7.

1.

1.2.2.

1.

1.2.

Eva Mary (Huntington) Jameson, born Dec. 26, 1885, in Henniker, N. H.; married Feb. 6, 1904, Sharon, son of Ozias and Hannah Maria (Hovt) Jameson, of Warner, N. H. He was born Sept. 13. 1879. They are now living in Henniker, N. H. Mr. Jameson is a mechanic.
CHILDREN.
1. 2.

3.

Roberta May, born Aug. 11, 1905; died Theron Sewell, born Oct. 22, 1906. Ula May, born Aug. 9, 1909.
Roland, born Nov.
15, 1911.

the same day.

4.
5.
6.

Helen Louise, born Oct. 10, 1913. Earl Huntington, born April 28,
1. 1. 1. 7. 1.

1915.

1.2.2.5.
21,

Franklin Theophilus Huntington, born Aug.


niker,

1830, in

Hen-

N. H.;

married in June, 1853, Lavina, daughter of Zaccheus and

Hannah
Apr.

((ireene) Gove.

She was born Nov. 1834,


8,

in

Weare, N.

H.; died

10, 1904.

He was

a farmer, and an Elder in the Society of Friends.


1909.

lie died in North Stratford, N. H., May eminent minister of the Friends Society.

Mrs. Huntington was an

CHILDREN.
* *
1.

2.

Laura Etta, born May 22, 1854. Dana Everett, l)orii Dec. 13, 1857.
1. 1. 1. 7. 1.

1.2.2. 5.
born

1.
22, 1854
;

Laura Etta (Huntington) Fhwlkk,


12, 1879, in

May

married

Fell.

Henniker, N. H., John Willis, son of ,Iohn Chever and Martha Jane (Morse^ Fowler. They are now living in Beverly, Mass. 'J'his is Mr.
Fowler's second marriage.

CHILDREN.
1. 2.

3.

Infant Daughter, born Dec. 12, 1880; Hei'.bkrt Edwin, born .Ian. 1, 1882. Maud Anna, born Apr. 3, 1890.

died Dec. 14, 1880.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

23

1. 1. 1. 7. 1. 1. 2. 2. 5. 2.

Dana Everett Huntington,


13,

born Dec.

13, 1857; married, first,

Aug.

1879, in Great Falls, N. H., Laura Etta, daughter of Sylvester and

Hannah (Atwood) Woodward.


Vt.,

She was born Aug.

11, 1857, in

Bridgewater,

and died June


6,

2,

1885, at Henniker, N. H.

He

married, second, in Lynn,

Henry and Evelyn She was born Nov. 13, 1862. He is a member of the Society of Friends. He was a Selectman of Henniker, N. H., from 1895 to 1898, and in 1900 and 1901, and Representative in the N. H. Legislature in 1899 and 1900. He is living in Biddeford, Me.
Mass., July
1886, Cora Evelyn, daughter of William

T. (Clough) Gale.

CHILDREN, BORN IN HENNIKER,


* *
1.

N. H.

Edna Laura,

born June

2,

1885.

2.

3.

4. 5.
6.
7.

Elizabeth May, born Oct. 14, 1888. William Franklin, born May 5, 1890. Lavina Gove, born Dec. 31, 1893.

Phebe Ellen, born May Evelyn Gale, born Jan. Etta Louise, born Sept.

6,

1895.

11, 1900.

2], 1902.

171 122. 21
'^

Edna Laura (Huntington) Hatch,

born June

2,

1885, in Henniker,

N. H.; married June 2, 1903, Harry Cephas, son of Joseph Kendall and He was born in Woodstock, Vt., Oct. 15, 1881. Elvira (Harding) Hatch. He has lived in Henniker, N. H., since Aug. 1899. He is a farmer and
a graduate of the Troy, N. Y., Business CoUese.

They

are Methodists.

children, born in henniker,


1.

n. h.

2. 3.

George William, born Apr. 28, 1904. Joseph Kendall, born Feb. 22, 1906.
John Edward, born Nov. 29, Grace Elizabeth, born Oct.
1907.
8,

4.

1909.

1. 1. 1. 7. 1. 1. 2. 2. 5. 2. 2.
Elizabeth
]\Iay

(HuntingtonJ Corbett, born


Abigail (Stewart J Corbett.

niker, N. H.; married Apr. 20, 1910, in North Stratford,

son of William and Mass., Feb.


4,

HenN. H., Henry James, He was born in Boston,


Oct. 14, 1888, in

1887.
is

Mr. Corbett
Orchard, Me.

a railroad

fireman

and a Baptist.

They

live in

Old

24

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
CHILDREN'.
1.

Frances Elizabeth, born


in Biddeford, ^le.

Sept. 27, 1911,

and died Sept. Me.

29, 1911,

2.

Harriet Phebe, born Apr.

18, 1913, in Portland,

-M.

M^ m

A^ m

J-

\-

e^^9

f^m 13*

23, 1834, in HenniN. H.; married in May 1857, in Henniker, N. H., Joshua, son of Joshua Mr. Buxton was a surveyor, and belonged to the Society and Mary Buxton. of F'riends. He was Town Selectman of Peabody, Mass., and died there Jan.

IIuLDAH Gove (Huntington) Buxton, born Mar.

ker,

31, 1898.

:Mrs.

Buxton died Mar.

22, 1906, at

Peabody, Mass.

CHILDREN.
*
1.
2.

Horace Francis,
Alice
J.,

born Mar.
12,

1,

1858.
13, 1861.

born Feb.

and died Feb.

3.

4.

Arthur H., born and died Feb. 6, Henry Herbert, born Apr. 13,
Bessie Wilson

1863.
1869; married

July

17,

1895,

Raymond.

They

are living in Peabody, Mass.

1. 1. 1. 7. 1. 1. 2. 2. 6. 1.

Horace Francis Buxton,


Pike, in Danvers, Mass., in 1883.

born Mar.

1,

1858; married Lydia Alice

They

are living in Danvers, Mass.

CHILDREN.
*
1.

2.

3.

Walter Staples, born May 9, 1884. Herman Albert, born Oct. 20, 1886. Mary Ethel, born Sept. 21, 1891.
1. 1.

1.7.

1.

1.2.2.
May
9,

6. 1. 1.
Anna
Elizabeth
are living in Peabody, Mass.

Walter Staples Buxton,

born

1884; married

Butler, Nov. 28, 1906, in Danvers, Mass.

They

child.
1.

Alice, born Dec. 1908.

1. 1.

1.7.

1.

1.2.2.8.

Joseph John Huntington, born Mar. 16, 1840, in Henniker. N. H.; married, first, May 15, 1861, Mary Tubbs, daughter of Jonathan and Mai-y
(Favor) (lordon.

She was born Feb.

28,

1840, and died Apr.

1,

1900, in

Henniker, N.

11.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

"

25

His second wife was Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Brown, daughter of Moses Mossman and Mary Ann (Richardson^ Willis. They were married at Lynn,
Mass., Aug. 15, 1907.

She was born in Sudbury, Mass., Fel). 28, 1841. This was Mrs. Huntington's second marriage, her first husband being Courtland Mr. Huntington is a farmer and Elder in Mosier Brown, of Deering, N. H. the Quaker Church, at Henniker, N. H.

CHILDREN, BOKN IN HENNIKER,


* *
1.

X. H.

Henry Francis,

born Apr.

3,

1864.

2.

3.

* 4.

Alice Josephine, born Apr. 29, 1868. Arthur Nelson, born Feb. 7, 1879. Mabel Gertrude, born May 22, 1882.

1. 1.
at

1.7.

1.

1.2.2. 8.
Apr.
3,

1.
June
1,

Henry Francis Huntington, born


(Jones) Herbert.
at

1864; married

1891,

Henniker, N. H., Hattie Pjvelyn, daughter of Thomas and Charlotte Helen

She was burn


2,

at

Merrimac, N. H.,

May

28, 1866,

and died

Henniker, N. H., Feb.

1907.

He

married, second, at &outh Hadley,

Mass., Jan. 27, 1909, Jennie Amanda, daughter of Eugene Henry and Clara She was born at South Hadley, Mass., Sept. 30, 1875. Jane (Stacy) Lyman. He is a farmer, and a member of the Methodist Church. They are living in Henniker, N. H.

children, born in henniker,


1. 2.

n. h.

3.

Lester William, born Apr. 4, 1895. Horace Herbert, born May 15, 1897. Albert Edward, born Dec. 25, 1903.

1. 1. 1. 7. 1.

1.2.2.8.2.

Alice Josephine (Huntington^ Craine, born Apr. 29, 1868, in Henniker, N. H.; married in Hillsboro, N. H., May 8, 1894, Herbert Linwood, son of John W. and Lottie A. Craine. He was born in Deering, N. H., Oct. He is a mill operative and member of the Methodist Church. 28, 1870. They are living in Hillsboro, N. H.
child.
1.

Glenna Mae,

born July

20, 1902, at Hillsboro,

N. H.

1. 1.

1.7.

1.

1.2.2.8.4.
born

Mabel Gertrude (Huntington) Gammell,


Henniker, N. H.; married at Hillsboro, N. H., Sept.

May

22, 1882, in

14, 1904,

Elwin Merton,

26

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

son of Samuel Curtis and Melinda Melvina (Burbank) Gammell.

born

in Hillsboro,

N. H., Jan.

Congregational Church at

He was and is a farmer and a member of the Henniker, N. H., where their children were born.
16, 1876,

CHILDREN.
1. 2. 3.

Alice Mary, born July 26, 1905. LiNDLEY Herbert, born Dec. 20,

1906. 1908.

Evelyn Gertrude,

born Nov.

2,5,

1. 1.

1.7. 1. 1.2.3.
born Oct. 9, 1785; married Oct. She died Dec. 2, 1870.
4,

Sarah (Httntington) Gove;


Robert Gove, of Deering. N. H.

1804,

children.
1.

Hannah,
sons.

born Aug.

6,

1806; married Herod Chase, and had two

2. 3.

John, born Dec.

21,

1807; was married and had two children.

Huldah

R.,

born July 26, 1813: married James N. Estes, of So.

4.

five children, one of whom, James F.; married Margaret E. Stark. Anna H., born Oct. 12, 1818; married Amos Breed, and had three

Danvers, and had

children.

1. 1.

1.7.

1.

1.2.5.

Thomas Huntington,
Anna Johnson.
Weare, N.
H.,

She
all

died,

his Hfe,

born Feb. 20, 1791; married Nov. 27, 1816, and he married Mehitable Johnson. He lived in and died in 1855.
n. h.

children, born and lived in weare,


*
1.

Anna

J.,

born Apr. 26, 1820. born

2.

Sarah

G.,

May

10, 1822,

3.

Mary J.,

born July

15, 1824,

and died May 11, 1841. and died Oct. 18, 1826.

1. 1.
Mrs. Chase died June

1.7.

1.

1.2.5.

1.

Anna J. (Huntington) Chase, born


2,

Apr. 26, 1820; married

Dow Chase.

1859.
n. h.

children, born and lived in weare,


1.

2. 3.

Benjamin H., born Sept. 18, 1839. Sarah J., born May 21, 1841, and died Mar. Nathaniel J., born Apr. 28, 1H43.

10, 1842.

4.
5. 6.

Geokgr D., born Jan. 3, 1847, and Asa P., born Mar. 7, 1850. Sarah M., born June 6, 1854.

died

May

11, 1851.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

27

1. 1.

1.7.

1.

1.2.6.
20,

Anna (Huntington) Buxton,


Buxton
;

born Feb.

1791;

married Daniel

they lived in So. Danvers, Mass.

1.

Mary

Ann, born

in 1822;

married Alfred Manning, and had two

children.

1. 1.

1.7.

1.

1.2.8.

Purinton.
in

John Huntington, born Aug. 5, 1797; married June 20, 1821, Peace He was a farmer, and lived in Weare, N. H., where he died
CHILDREN.
1,

1832.

* * *

2.

James Harvey, born May 20, 1822, and Sally Maria, born Aug. 17, 1825.
Ezra, born Mar.
20, 1829,

died Sept. 19, 1831.

3.

4.

William Collins,

born Mar.

29, 1831.

1. 1.

1.7.

1.

1.2.8.2.
17,

Sally Maria (Huntington) Emerson, born Aug.


Nov.
9,

1825; married

1847, George Emerson; resided in Lynn, Mass., where she died Sept.

23, 1893.

1.

Mary

B.,

born

May

16,

1851.

She married
in JNIarch, 1911.

in

1902,

Hugo O.

Alund.

Thev had no

children.

She died

1. 1.

1.7.

1.

1.2.8.3.
Weare, N.
H.; married in

Ezra Huntington,
Danvers, Mass., Sept.

born Mar.

20, 1829, in

4, 1851,

Mehitable Gardner, daughter of Jacob and


in

Hannah (Reed) Bodge.


is

She was born


of the

Danvers, Mass., Oct.

19, 1828,

and

living in Ayer,

Mass.
steam plant of the Amoskeag Mfg. Corp.
I.,

He was superintendent He was a graduate of the


member
from 1867 to 1871.

Friends' private school in Providence, B.

of the Friends Society,

and representative

in the State Legislature

He

died in Manchester, N. H., Feb. 27, 1906.

28

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

CHILDREN, BORN IN MANCHESTER,


1. 2.

N. H.

Ellen Luce, born

July

8,

1853.

She

resides in Ayer, Mass.


in

Alice Carter, born Dec.


Oct. 19, 1889,T?'loyd

18, 1856;

married

Manchester, N. H.,

Thompson, son of John Gilman and Harriet (Thompson) Meade. He was born July 5, 1853, in Northwood, N. H.. and is a graduate of Dartmouth College. He is a merchant, and a member of the Congregational Church, in Manchester, N. H. They have resided in Natick, and Spencer, Mass.; also in Brooklyn, N. Y.
*
3.

Harvey Moore,

born July

10, 1866.

1. 1.

1.7.

1.

1.2.8.3.3.
born July
16,

Harvey Moore Huntington,

1866, in

Manchester,

N. H.; married at Minburn, Iowa, Mar. 18, 1890, Mary Ann, daughter of John Jenkins and Lucinda Ellen (Adams) Osborn. She was born Aug. 4, 1871. He has lived in Manchester. N. H., and moved to Ayer. Mass., in Nov. 1905, where he is employed as an engineer.

He

is

a Universalist.

CHILDREN.
1.

2. 3.

Paul Osbokn, born Jan. 22, 1891. Ruth Beatrice, born May 23, 1902. Frederick Wolcott, born Feb. 10,

1904.

1. 1. 1. 7. 1.
married
in

1.2. 8.4.

29, 1831, in Weare, N. H.; Newark, N. J., Oct. 2, 1855, Sarah Ann, daughter of Thomas and Margaret (Pickles) Chadwick, who was born Dec. 21, 1831. Mr. Huntington He moved to Newark, N. J., in as a boy lived in Lynn, and Boston, Mass. 1855, and lived in Boston from 1871 to 1876; in Minburn, Iowa, from 1876 to 1882. He was a manufacturer for years and later a farmer, and belonged to He was a Commissioner from Iowa to the World's the Society of Friends. Exposition, at New Orleans, La., in 1885, and State Oil Inspector for Iowa. He died at Des Moines, Iowa, Aug. 4, 1897.

William Collins Huntington, born Mar.

children.
*
1. 2.

3.

Clarence William, born May 31, 1857. Emily Purinton, born Aug. 7, 1859. Fred Henry, born May 13, 1861.
(Jkorgk Emerson, born Aug. 18, 1S66; died Sept. 1866. Ida May, born Apr. 23, 1868. She is asst. curator of the Historical Department of Iowa, founded by Charles Aldrich.

4.
5.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

29

1. 1.
N.

1.7.

1.

1.2.8.4.

1.
31,

Clarence William Huntington, born May


J.;

1857, in

Newark,

married in Des Moines, Iowa,

May

23, 1883, Edith,

daughter of Randall

Watei-nian and
1860.

Mary (Toan) Chapin.

She was born

in Olena, Ohio, Oct. 5,

He

lived in Boston, Mass., from 1871 lo 1876,

and moved

to

Des Moines,
in

Iowa, in 1876; to Marshalltown, Iowa, in 1893; Oskaloosa, Iowa,

1900,

and Elizabeth, N.
is

J., in

1902.

He now

resides in Minneapolis,

Minn.
St.

He

Vice President and General Manager of the Minneapolis

&

Louis

R. R. Co.

He was
until 1914.

the General Superintendent of the Central R. R. of

New

Jersey

He

is

a Congregationalist.

CHILDREN.
1.

2.

3.

William Chapin, born April 13, 1884, in Des Moines, Iowa. IIklen, born May 9, 1888. John Chadwick, born January 16, 1896, in Marshalltown, Iowa.

1. 1.
Iowa; married Febrnar}'
1883,

1.7.
8,

1.

1.2.8.4. 1.2.
born

Helen (Huntington) Berryhill,


James Guest and Virginia Joynes
is

May

1911, in J^liza])eth, N. J.,

9, 1888, in Des Moines, James Guest, Jr., son of

(Slagle) Berryhill.
1!)03,

a graduate of the Iowa State University,

He was born July 24, and of Harvard Law

School, 1906.

He

is

a lawyer, and resided in Des Moines, Iowa, but in 1914

moved

to

Pasadena, Cal.

children.
1.

2.

James Guest, born June 22, 1912, in Des William Huntington, born January 18,

Moines, Iowa.
1914, in Pasadena, Cal.

1. 1.
married Nov.

1.7.

1.

1.2.8.4.3.
May
13,

Fred Henry Huntington,


7,

born

1861, in

Newark, N.

J.;

1889, in Avoca, Iowa, Harriet Estelle, daughter of Jared

Dickey and Emily Diantha (Downes) Irwin. She was born February 22, 1868, In Des Moines, Iowa. He has lived in Des Moines, Iowa, from 1897 to the present time.^

He

is

a locomotive engineer.

children.
1.

William Earle,

born July 31, 1890.


18, 1903.

2.

Ruth May,

born March

30

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

1. 1.
lived in

1.7.

1.

1.3.
married Hannah Page, and
15, 1854.

Moses Huntington, born May

25, 1763;

Amesbuiy, Mass., where he died Jan.


CHILDKF.N,

BORN
179 7.

IN

AMESBURY, MASS.

*
*

1.

Enoch, born Dec.


John, born Sept.

27, 1794.
7,

2.

3.

Ruth, born

Sept. 9, 1799, died in 1800.


16, 1801. 22, 1803.

* * * * *

4.
5. 6.
7.

Jacob, born Jan.


Phillip, born

May

Daniel, born Mar. 17, 1806. Moses, born May 6, 1809.

8. 9.

Lydia Jones, born May 14, 1812. Ephraim Morrel, born July 16, 1816.

1. 1.

1.7.

1.

1.3. 1.

born Dec. 27, 1794, in Amesbury, Mass.; married Rebecca Flanders, who died in Dec. 1869. He was a shipmaster and farmer. He was j)resent at the first meeting of the Family in 1857; also he and his four brothers, John, Jacob, Daniel and Moses were present at the old homestead gathering at Amesbury, INIass., Sept. 25, 1884, when over two hundred of the descendants of the Huntington Family were jjresent. He died in his native town in Dec. 1884.
in Oct. 1821,

Enoch Huntington,

children, born in amesbury, mass.


1.

Hannah

Louise, born July

9,

1822.

She was a teacher, and died


9,

2.

November 24, 1911. Moses, born March 15,

1824, died

August

1825.

3.

Alexandek McRak,
^NlosES

born ^Lay

15, 1825.

4.

died

Page, born Augvist 30, 1827; married Rhoda Hartlett, who He was a mechanic. He died April 6, March 14, 1880.
31, 1829.

1892.

5.

Jacob Randall, born July

1. 1. 1. 7. 1.

1.3.
born

1.

3.
15, 1825, in

Alexandek McRae Huntington,


^lass.;

May

Amesbury,

married March

11, 1874,

Lurana

Giles.
life

He was
was spent

a teacher, and at one


in

time resided

in California,

but most of his

Amesbury, Mass.,

where he died November

13, 1908.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
CHILDREN, BORN IN AME8BURY, MASS.
1.

31

Walcott, born January


while in
batliiiiir

2.

Helen

A.,

1, 1875, was drowned September 2, 1886. born Aug. 10, 187 7.

at Salisbury

beach

1. 1.

1.7.

1.

1.3. 1.5.
31, 1829, in

Jacob Randall Huntington, born July


married August 13, 1857, Harriet N. Janvrin.

Amesbury, Mass.;
is

He was
design,

the pioneer carriage

maker

of his native

town which

called the

"carriage town."

He

took great pride in building carriages of beautiful


finish.

and

of

good material and

He

presented

Amesbury with a

monument

of Josiah Bartlett, one of the signers of the Declaration of Inde-

pendence, who was for a long time a highly esteemed citizen of Amesbury. Mr. Huntington died September 18, 1908.

CHILDREN, BORN IN AMESBURY, MASS.


* *
1.

Fanny Janvrin,

born August

1,

1858.

2.

Mary Joannah,
1. 1.

born Aug.

3,

1859.

1.7.

1.

1.3. 1.5.

1.
1,

Fanny Janvrin (Huntington) Poyer,


bury, Mass.; married John St. Sauveur Poyer.

born August

1858, in

Ames-

CHILD.
1.

John

St.

Sauveur, born

Sept. 6, 1882, in Merrimac, Mass.

1. 1.

1.7.

1.

1.3. 1.5.2.
Gage, born August
3,

Mary Joannah (Huntington)

1859, in

Ames-

bury, Mass.; married January 28, 1890, Frank S. Gage, of Haverhill, Mass.

CHILD.
1.

Harriet Hazeltine,

born March 15, 1894.

1. 1.

1.7.

1.

1.3.2.
7,

John Huntington,
married, in 1821,
Abigail C.
in

born September

1797,

in

Amesbury, Mass.;

Hannah Jones, who died, and Vining, who died January 5, 1899.
27, 1888.

he married, second, in 1850,

his native town,

He was a thriving farmer occupying a portion of the original homestead, where

he died October

32

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
CHILDREN, BORN IN AMESBURY, MASS.
1.

Philip

J.,

born

in

November, 1822, and died


in 1826.

in 1825.

2.

John Dkan,

born

3.

4.

born March 28, 1827; she was a teacher and died March 1, 1902. Philip Jones, born May 23, 1831, and died in November of the

Ruth Ann,

same year.
5.

Moses Newell, born December


curiosities
to the

20, 1834.

He

wa!< a collector of

from

all

over the world.

He

presented his collection

Amesbury

public library, together with several thousand

dollars.

He was

much

respected citizen of his native town,


23, 1907.

where he died December

1. 1.
September
28, 1856,

1.7.
Page.

1.

1.3.2.2.
in

Amesbury, Mass.; married Union Army throughout the Civil War, and, although he was in twenty battles, was never wounded. He was one of those who went to California in 1849 around Cape Horn, a six months' trip. He lived on part of the original house lot, where he died Sepborn in 1826,

John Dean Huntington,


Mary
J.

He

was

in the

tember

9,

1906.

CHILDliKX,
*
1.

BORN IN AMESBURY, MASS.


21, 1858.

Hannah Makia,

born August

2.

3.

Alfred Lewis, born August John Dean, born in 1862.


Katie, born September
7,

5,

1860; married Nellie York.

4.

1865; died June 29, 1885.

X.

A.

-L .

f .

X.

J. .

ijm

rm^ </.

X.
21, 11,

Hannah Makia (Huntington)


married William O. Morrill,
Ai)ril 8,

1880.

IMoiuull, born .\ugust She died November

1858;
1891.

Mr. Morrill died

in 1908.

CHILDREN.
1.

Mary
Sarah

Alice, born February


().;

12, ISSl.
3,

2.

born

February

1882;

married

Frank

1).

Bailey.

3.

They lived in West Newbury, Mass. Katiikrine Leigiiton, born March 26,
1904.

1881, and died

May

23,

4.
5.

Hannah Maria,

born

May
4,

17, 1886.

6.

William O., born May Irma S., born April 21,

1888.

1890.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

33

1. 1.

1.7.

1.

1.3.2.2.3.
in 1862, in

ried July 4, 1890,

John Dean Huntington, Jr., Mary E. Madden.

born

Amesbury, Mass.; mar-

CHILDREN.
1.

2.

Katie Addie, born April 20, 1892. Beatrice May, born February 1, 1894.

3.

Bertha Imogene,

born December

1,

1898.

1. 1. 1. 7. 1. 1. 3. 4.

Jacob Huntington, born January


ried, first,

16, 1801, in
1.

Amesbury, Mass.
1. 1. 2. 2. 2.),

mardied

October
16, 1838.

21,

1834, Elizabeth (1.

1.

7.

who
1891.

September

He

married again June 20, 1842, Hannah Peaselee.

He
His

was a successful farmer in his native town, where he died wife, Hannah, died November 1, 1861.

May

4,

children, born in amesbury, mass.


*
1.

2.

Benjamin Franklin, born September 7, 1838. Elizabeth H., born May 15, 1844. She was a
bury, October 13, 1914.

resident of

Ames-

3.

John Warren,

born August

10, 1853.

1. 1.

1.7.

1.

1.3.4.

1.

Benjamin Franklin Huntington, born September 7, 1838, in AmesDecember 2. 1863, in West Newbury, Mass., Sarah Elizabeth, daughter of Charles Brown and Abigail Thurlow (Brickett) Sawyer, She was born September 27, 1842. He was a of West Newbury, Mass. farmer and a member of the Friends Society. He died May 10, 1907, in
bury, Mass.; married

Amesbury, Mass.

He
so that

took such an interest in his

own immediate

progenitors, as to have his

copy of the Huntington Memoirs rebound and inter-leaved with blank pages,
he could enter the items of interest pertaining
(1. 1. 1. 7. 1. 1. 2.)

to all
I.

descendants of

which he had and had about 30 pages of information entered therein, when he died. It was owing to his efforts and enthusiasm that the Mass., and N. H. Huntingtons had their reunion in his home grounds, in Amesbury, Mass., September 25, 1884, when many gathered and spent a very profitable and enjoyable time. Mrs. Huntington died July 29, 1914, at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Sargent, in Amesbury, Mass.
(1. 1. 1. 7.
1.

Benjamin

and Moses

3.)

collected,

34

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
CJIILDKEN,
*
1.

BOUN

IN AMESBl'KY, MASS.

2.

3.

Lizzie Iskaella, born October 25, 1864. Ellen Augusta, born October 2, 1860. Mabel Sawyer, born February It, 1.S78, and died June

22, 1878.

1. 1. 1. 7. 1.
v'5-Lr^ziE ISRAELLA

1.3.4.

1. 1.
25, 1864,
in

(Huntington) Sargent, born October

Amesbury, Mass.; married September 24,1894, in Amesbury, Mass., "Walter Heman, son of George AVashington and Myra Sargent. He was born in West Amesbury, Mass., November 1, 1855. Mr. Sargent was a fanner and a Congregationalist. He <lied in Haverhill, Mass., September 17, 1902. Mrs. Sargent is a life member of the Huntington Family Association, and an enthusiastic worker in the cause. She has helped the historian very much in collecting data of the descendants of William, the first son of Simon the Emigrant. She resides in Amesbury, Mass.

child.
1.

Franklin Huntington, born January

24, 1900, in ]\Ierrimac, INIass.

1. 1. 1. 7. 1.
bury, Mass.; married Decemlier
son of John

1.3.4. 1.2.
2.

Ellen Augusta (Huntington) Austin, born October


ti.

1869, in Ames-

1905, in Amesbury,

INIass.,

Willis Freeman,

Freeman and Anna AnriUa (Whittier)

Austin.

He was born

in

South Hampton, N. H., (October 2(1, 18G6. He is a farmer, and moved from South Hampton, N. H., to Amesbury, Mass., in 1887, where they now reside.

They

are Calvinistic Baptists.

children, born in amesbury, mass.


1.

2. 3.

Benjamin Huntington, born January 25, 1907. Elizabeth Whittier, born September 7, 1908. Helen Aurilla, born Decemlier 2f). 19(t9.

1. 1. 1. 7. 1.

1.3.4.3.

John Warren Huntincjton, l)orn August lo, 18.')3, in Amesbury, Mass.; married Mary Estlicr, daughter of David and Estlur (Meirill) Morse,
Octol)er 24, 1877.

She was born

in

Xewl)nryport, Mass.

CHILD.
*
1.

Edna Thomas,

born

November

18, 1878.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

35

1. 1. 1. 7. 1. 1. 3. 4. 3. 1.

Edna Thomas (Huntington) Takbox,


married Fred Elroy, son of Fred Orlando and

born November 18, 1878;

Mary

(Jones) Tarbox.

He

was born

in Biddeford, Me.,

June

25, 1881.

They

reside in

Amesbury, Mass.

CHILDREN.
1.

2.

Philip Elkoy, born September Fred Warren, born February

6,

1913.

18, 1915.

^ ^ JLJLOX
->

*^00 f KjtC

1. 1.
Plurua Sargent,
avIio

1.7.
May
18fil.

1.
22,

1.3.5.
1803, in Amesbury, Mass.; married

Phillip Huntington, born


died
in

in

Haverhill, Mass.

He had

a meat

market

in Haverhill,

and died

in that town,

September

8,

1880.

CHILDIJEN,
1.

BORN

IN

HAVERHILL, MASS.
and married Walter Dale.
child.

Caroline
in

A., born in 1829,

She died

May, 1850, leaving one

2.

Charles

Otis, born in 1831; married, in 185 7,

Mary

Merrill.

He

died August 18, 1893.

* * *

3.

4.
6.
6.

James Albert, born June 29, 1834. Ellen Frances, born June 8, 1836. Frederick E., born April 18, 1838. Susan Louise, born March 18, 1840.

1. 1.
married June

1.7.

1.

1.3.5.3.
29, 1834, in Haverhill, Mass.;

James Albert Huntington, born June


8,

1860, Harriet Evans.


28, 1903,

They

resided in Haverhill, Mass.,

where she died November

and Mr. Huntington died

May

11, 1907.

CHILDREN, BORN IN HAVERHILL, MASS.


1.

Walter Evans,
He

born August

5,

1861, and died

May

28, 1865.

2.

Ralph, born December Evans, born July


8,

30, 1868,

and resided

in Haverhill,

Mass.

died January 20, 1909.


1871, and died

3.

June

25, 1877.

1. 1.

1.7.
6,

1.

1.3.5.4.
born June
8,

Ellen Frances (Huntington) Sleeper,


hill,

1836, in

Haver

Mass.; married January

1859, in Haverhill, Gilman Longee, son of

Joseph and Susanna (Longee) Sleeper.


October
9,

He was

born in Alton, N. H.,

1831.

36

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
Mr. Sleeper was a shoe manufaeturer.

Alton

to

Gilmanton, N. H.
22, 1.908.

He

attended the

Removed, when verv young, from Gilmanton Aeademy, and

moved

to Haverhill, Mass., in 18.52, wlieri- he resided at the time of his death,

which occurred April

Mr. Sleeper was appointed postmaster in 1888, by President Cleveland, and served four years. He was president of the Common Council, and was He was a grandson of Benjamin Sleeper, also Registrar of Voters four years. who was m the Revolutionary War.
CIIILDUEN. liOHN IN IIAVERHILI,, MASS.
1.

2.

3.

4.
.5.

Carrie Huntington, born September 8, 1861. Harry Herbert. Ijorn October 27, 1865; died June 19, 1.S66. Margie, born May 2.s, 18(i7; died September 30, 1867. Clifforu Henry, born August 22, 1S72; died April 14, 1873. Helen Louise, born March 20, 1874; married, June 6, 1894, in Haverhill, Mass., Leonard William Durkee. They live in
Haverhill, Mass., and have three children.

1. 1. 1. 7. 1. 1. 3. 5. 6.

Susan Louise (Huntington) Poore, born March


in June, 1865, in Haverliill, Mass.,

18,

1840; married,

He was born in (Hall) Poore. and was a widower previous to this marriage. He was a farmer and a Congregationalist. Newbury, Mass., July Ki, 181, and her husband
27, 1901.

Moses Hall, son of Ebenezer and Alma West Newbury, Mass., November 17, 1822,
Mrs. Poore died
in the in West November

same

tow7i

children.
*
1.

2.

Clara Augusta, born May 7, 1866. Fred Huntington, born June 24, 1868; married, in Dover, N. H., Addie May Dorr, December 25, 1895. They are living in West

3.

May

4.

Newbury, Mass. They have oni' child. Frances, born October 17, 1874; died Dect'uilier 2.s, 180O, in West Newbury, Mass. Eben Stone, born January 24. 1.S76; living in West Newburv,
Mass.
.">,

5.

PiiiLLir Allen, born July

1881; married, October

4.

1905, in

Newbury,

]\Iass.,

Mary Dyer Xoyes.


cliild.

They

live in

West New-

bury, and have one

1. 1. 1. 7. 1. 1.
Ci.AHA

3. 5. 0. 1.
May
7,

AiGUSiA
June
3,

(I'odUi;) .Iame8, born


isid, in

lS(i(i.

in

llaverliill,

^lass.; married,

Newl)uryi)ort, Mass., IMarceilus .lames, of

West Newbury, Mass.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
CHILD.
1.

37

Stanley Huntington.

1. 1. 1. 7. 1. 1. 3. 6.

Daniel Huntington, born March


in

17, 1806;

married December

1,

1844,

North Berwick, Me., Sarah Whitridge, daughter of Jedediah and Esther (Osborne) Estes. She was born in North Berwick, Me., May 29, 1809. He was a farmer, and belonged to the Society of Friends. He died in Amesbury, Mass., January 24, 1887. His wife died in the same town August
25, 1902.

Mr. Huntington purchased


Bagley,
is

in

1845 the homestead of Cajitain Valentine

tlie

hero of

tlie

" Captain's Well," by

still

to be seen
is

on the place.
for the

The house

John G. Whittier. The old well is now called " The Huntington
(or Quakers), a portion

Home," and
of
it

home

New

England Friends

being occupied by Miss Sarah Alice, only daughter of Daniel.


property at her death to the Quakers' Association.

She gives

this

children, bokn in amesbuky, mass.


* *
1. 2.

3.

George Franklin, born August 24, Sarah Alice, born May 29, 1850. Daniel Edwin, born May 3, 1852.

1846.

1. 1. 1. 7. 1. 1. 3. 6. 1.

George Franklin Huntington,

born August 24, 1846, in Amesbury,

Mass.; married, October 22, 1868, at Portsmouth, N. H., Susan Jeannette.

daughter of Simeon Eaton and Susan Dow.


in Seabrook,

She was born November

2,

1852,

N. H.

Friends.
of

Mr. Huntington was a carriage painter, and belonged to the Society of He, with his wife and four children, were drowned by the upsetting a saU-boat in Plum Island River, below Newburyport, October 7, 1882.

children.
1.

Herbert Elsworth,
Lives in Pond
Hills,

born March

6,

1869, in Seabrook, N.

H.

Amesbury, Mass.

2.

Nellie May, born July


October
7,

3.

14, 1870, in Amesbury, Mass.; died Newbury, Mass. Carrie, born October 14, 1872; died February 25, 1882, in Ames-

1882, in

bury, Mass.
4.

George Daniel,
ried, in

born January 20, 1874, in Amesbury, Mass.; mar5,

Maine, October

1910,

Cora Hood.

They are

living in

California.

38
5.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
Lillian Maud, born June 19, 1876, in Amesbury, Mass. She married, November 8, 1913, Lawrence W. Pierce, of West Acton, Mass. They resided in South Orleans, Mass., in 1915. Arthur, born November 23, 187 7, in Amesbury, Mass.; died in Newbm-y, Mass., October 7, 1882. Grace, born May 9, 1880, in Amesbury, Mass.: died October 7, 1882, in Newbury, Mass. Nettie, born June 11, 1881, in Amesbury, Mass.; died October 7, 1882, in Newbury, Mass.

6.

7.

8.

1. 1. 1. 7. 1. 1. 3. 6. 3.
married,
of

Daniel Edwin Huntington, born May 3, 1852, in Amesbury, Mass.; first, March 27, 1878, in South Hampton, N. H., Emily Jewell, daughter Franklin B. and Jemima ^^'iLliams (Perry) Brown. She was born in South
8,

Hampton, N. H., February


1890.

1861, and died in Lowell, Mass., October 23,

He

married, second,

Lizzie, daughter of

November 16, 1893, in Amesbury, Mass., Mary John Webber and Sarah Frances (Marston) Chase. She
This was her second marto the Society of Friends.

was born
riage.

in

Stratham, N. H., October 26, 1847.

Mr. Huntington was a farmer, and belonijed

He

died October 23, 1914.

CHILD.
1.

Perry Wallace,

born July

19,

1879; married,

November
live.

8,

1902,

Nina Hamet Paige,

of Manchester,

N.

H.,

where they now

1. 1. 1. 7. 1.

1.3.7.

in

Moses Huntington, born I\lay 6, 1809, in Amesbury, Mass.; married July, 1833, Cynthia W. Je])seu. Slie died March 8, 1908, aged 94 years. He was a farmer and minister to the Friends, and held in high esteem in
where he passed away April
CHILD.
1.

his native town,

11, 1899.

Abraham

Jepsen, born June 20, 1834, in Amesbury, Mass.; marAnnie Crosby. He died May 6, 1907. They had no children. Mrs. Huntington died September 22, 1913.
ried July 27, 1870,

1. 1. 1. 7. 1. 1.

3. 8.

Lydia Jones (Huntington) Uavis, born May 14, 1812, in Amesbury, He died February 3, 1899, and Mass.; married Joel H. Davis, of Amesbury.
liis

wife died

December

29, 1868, both in

Amesbury, Mass.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
CHILDREN, BORN IN AMESBURY, MASS.
* * *
1.

39

Eliza Huntington, born

in 1840.

2. 3.

Moses

E.,

born in 1843.
in 1849.

Joel Augustus, born

1.1.
Mass.; married in

1.7.1.1.3.8.1.
1840, in Amesbury,
successful farmer of

Eliza Huntington (Davis) Winship, born in November 1864, Abial R. Winship, a West Newbury, Mass. He died September 3, 1870.

CHILDREN, BORN IN WEST NEWBURY, MASS.


1.

Abial LaBurton, born October


1868.

4,

1865, and died

December

24,

2.

3.

Ellen Huntington, born July 6, 1868. Lydia Gertrude, born March 14, 1870.

1. 1.

1.7.

1.

1.3.8. 1.2.
July
6,

Ellen Huntington (Winship) Jones, born


;

1868, in

Newbury, Mass. married August 18, 1888, Willard Jones, who died vember 1897. Mrs. Jones died May 15, 1905.
children.
1. 2.

in

West No-

Marion, Gladys.
1. 1.

1.7.

1.

1.3.8.2.

12, 1867,

Moses E. Davis, born in 1843, in Amesbury, Mass.; married December Anna E. Bailey. They reside in Amesbury, Mass.
CHILDREN, BORN IN AMESBURY, MASS.
1.

Lydia Huntington, born December


1882.

25,

1868

died

December

23,

2.

Sarah Bailey,

born October

23,

1870; died January 29, 1892.


;

3.

4.

Elizabeth Frances, born December 15, 1873 died Charles Edwin, born May 30, 1881; married in
Morrill.

April

4, 1875.

1901, Ella K.

1. 1. 1. 7. 1. 1.

3. 8. 3.
;

Joel Augustus Davis, born in 1849 in Amesbury, Mass. married January 6, 1872, Eliza Huntress. They live on part of the original farm owned by the first William Huntington in Amesbury, Mass.

40

HTJNTINGTOX GENEALOGY.

CUILDHEN.
1.

Willie, born

May

20,
7,

1873

died

December
in

28, 1886.

2.

May

Ida, born July

1875; married

1898 Charles C. Jones.

3.

Mercy Jane,

born August 27, 1880.

1. 1. 1. 7. 1. 1. 3. 9.

Ephraim Morrel Huntington,


Vining.

born July

IG,

181G, in

Amesbury,

Mass.; married 1848-9 Ruth Curtis, daughter of Josiah and Esther (Clough)

She was born December

12, 1824.

Mr. Huntington was a teacher


in

and farmer, and both he and his wife taught


J.,

Vineenttown and Raucocas, X.

from 1852 to 1855

had charge
Canada,

of a boarding school
in

under the care of


all

Friends
ton,

in Pictun, Ontario,
J.,

1856 and 1857; of a school at Tucker-

N.

from 1858

to

1860; and of one of the William Penn Schools for


deaths.

denominations, from 1860 to 1876.

In 1876 they retired from teaching and


tlieir

resided in their homestead in Amesbury, Mass., until

He

died

May

17, 1877,

and

his wife,

February

6,

1909.

CHILDREN.
* *
1.

Charles Edward,

born October
4,

29, 1850. in

Amesbury, Mass.

2.

Ellen, born November

1855, in

New

Jersey.

1. 1. 1. 7. 1. 1.

3. 9. 1.

Charles Edward Huntington, born October 29, 1850, in Amesbury, first, March 3, 1885, in Philadelphia, Penn., Anna Maxwell, She was born in Philadelj)hia, daughter of Thomas and Charlotte Wiegand.
Mass.; married,
27, 1860.

May

He
Craven.

married, second,

She was born


10, 1898.
is

in

Mary (Craven) Hart, daughter Tuam, Ireland, April 10, 1864.

of

John and Agnes

Tliey were married

October

He
lived in

a salesman for the Steinert piano, and a real estate agent,

lie has

New

Jersey and Canada;


in

in

Philadelphia from 1860 to 1876; in Amesresides, since

bury from 1876 to 1888, and


1888.

Lawrence, where he now (1909)

CHILDREN.
1.

Maxwell

2.

Ritchie, born February 22, 1886, in Philadelphia, Pa., where he is now living with his mother. Charles Harold, born October 29, 1899, in Lawrence, Mass. He
resides in his native town.

HUXTINGTON GENEALOGY.

41

1. 1. 1. 7. 1. 1. 3. 9.
December

2.
4,

Ellen (Huntington) Sargent, born November


31, 1879, in

1855; married,

Amesbury, Mass., Edwai'd Byron, son of Benjamin Franklin and Julia W. (Williams) Sargent. He was born February 12, 1852, in Merrimac, Mass. Mr. Sargent was president of the First National Bank of Merrimac, Mass., and Trustee of the Savings Bank. He was also in the carriage business and a coal dealer, a prominent member of the Masonic Lodge and of the Congregational Church. He died August 9, 1902, in Merrimac, Mass. His wife lives in Merrimac, Mass.

CHILDREN.
*
1.

2.

Byron Huntington, born February 26, 1882, in ]\Ierrimac, Charles Harold, born May 1, 1883; died May 23, 1885.
Lydia Helen, born September
is

Mass.

3.

18, 1886, in

Merrimac, Mass.

She

a graduate of the Boston Art Normal School, and Supervisor

of

Drawing

in Beverlv,

Mass.

1. 1. 1. 7. 1. 1. 3. 9. 2. 1.

Byron Huntington Sargent,


in

born February 26, 1882, and married

Merrimac, Mass., September 18, 1906, Abbie Welcome, daughter of Alexander and Elizabeth Smart. Mr. Sargent is a coal dealer, director of the First He National Bank of Men-imac, and trustee of Merrimac Savings Bank.

belongs to the Masonic and other organizations.

child.
1.

Eleanor Smart,

born June

29, 1909.

1. 1. 1. 7. 1. 1.

4.

ried

John Huntington, born August 25, 1766, in Amesbury, Mass.; marJemima Bunker, and lived in Lincoln, Vt., where he died July 5, 1853.
CHILDREN.
* *
1. 2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

* *

7.

8.

Stephen, born in 1794. Moses, born July 15, 1797. Daniel, born September 4, 1799. Lydia, born December 24, 1801; married March 31, 1850, Nathan C. Gove, in Pontiac, N. Y., where the famil) lived. John, born February 13, 1804. Hannah, born February 28, 1809. She lived in Lincoln, Yt. Sarah G., born November 26, 1810. Mary, born August 13, 1813.

42

HUNTINGTOX GENEALOGY.

1. 1. 1. 7. 1. 1. 4. 1.
Poore,

Stephen Huntington, born in who was born in January, 1806.


their children

1794, in Lincoln, Vt.:

married

Mary
Mass.,

They

lived in

West Newbury,

where

were born.

CHILDREN.
*
1.

2.

John Lewis, born December 30, 1825. MiCAJAH Poore, born April 15, 1828.

3.

Mary

Elizabeth, born July

1,

1833

married Kendrick Winter

Pickett of Georgetown, Mass., where they lived.


4.

William Henry,
bury, Mass.

born March

4,

1841,

and lived

in

West New-

5.

Moses Poore, born January

22, 1846.

1. 1. 1. 7. 1. 1. 4. 1. 1.

John Lewis Huntington, born December 30, 1825, in Lincoln, Vt.: married October 23, 1849, Elizabeth Ann Bailey, of Newbury, Mass., who was born IVIay 2, 1828. They reside in Georgetown, Mass.
CHILDREN, BORN IN GEORGETOWN, MASS.
1,

2.

Myra Ellen, born June 17, 1852. Joseph Bailey, born April 15, 1854; died August
1. 1. 1. 7. 1. 1. 4. 1.

25, 1854.

2.
West Newbury,
Antietam.

Mass.; married

Micajah Poore Huntington, Mary Smith, who was


in the

born April

15, 1828, in

born June, 1828, in Newburyport, Mass.


at the battle of

He was

Union Army, and was wounded


CHILI).

1.

Stephen Arthuh, born

October, 1859,

in

Newburyport, Mass.

1. 1. 1. 7. 1. 1. 4. 2.

MosFs Huntington, born

.July

1."),

1797, in Lincoln, Vt.; maiTit'd Eliza-

beth Varney, of Pontiac, N. Y., where the family liave lived.

CHILDREN.
1.

2. 3.

Lewis Varnky, born August 18, 1825; died June 7, 1832. George, born June 23, 1827; died in 1857. Nathan (t., born November 16, 1830; married Lydia Ddlingham,
and lived in Granville, N. Y. Lydia, born December 24. 1833.

4.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

43

1. 1. 1. 7. 1. 1. 4. 3.

Daniel Huntington, born September


ried

4,

1799, in Lincoln, Yt.; marin Pontiac,

Phebe Chase Gove, and resided

N. Y.

CHILDREN, born IN PONTIAC,


*
1.

N. Y.

Anna Buxton,
William

born

May

20, 1824.

2.

Elvira, born March


D., born

13, 1830,

and married Selden Waite.

3.

May

13, 1836.

1. 1. 1. 7. 1. 1. 4.
June

3. 1.

Anna Buxton (Huntington, Morrison) Davenport,


1824; married,
first,
7,

born

May

20,

1843, at Lincoln, Vt., Cyrus, son of David and

Mercy (Smith) ]Morrison. Mr. Mon-ison was born April 19, 1819, at Lincoln, Vt. He was a farmer and a member of the Society of Friends. He resided at
different times in Pawlett, Vt.,

and Granville and Evans, N. Y.

He

died

Se[)tember, 1868, at his residence in Cold Spring, N. Y.

Mrs. Morrison married, second, Calvin Davenport in East Randolph,

N.

Y., in 1872,

where she died November

22,

1907.

This was Mr. Daven-

port's second marriage.

He had

retired from business,

and was a

JNIethodist.

CHILDREN, (MORRISON.)
1.

Harriet Adelia, born May


Levi Bunting, February
living in
9,

25, 1845, in Pawlett, Vt.;

married
are

1865, in Evans, N.

Y"^.

They

2.

Eden, N. Y. Helen Elvira, born February 1, 1849, at Granville, N. Y^, married Horace Franklin Hovey, in East Randolph, N.Y''., in 1870, where she died August 1, 1901.

3.

William Henry, born


ried

April

8,

Dora Southwick,

in East

1856, in Evans, N. Y. Randolph, N. Y., 1879.

He

marare

They

living in Smethport, Penn.

1. 1. 1. 7. 1. 1. 4.

5.

John Huntington, born February


Lavina Meader, and resided

13,

1804, in Lincoln, Vt.; married

in Lincoln, Vt.

children, born in LINCOLN, VT.


*
1. 2. 3.

Sarah Jane, born June 24, 1830. Achsah M.. born September 10, 1833, and
Eliza M., born January
25, 1837.
11, 1842.

married William Taber.

4.

Clark

S.,

born October

44

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

1.1.1.7.1.1.4.5.1.
Sarah Jane (Huntington) Elliot,
Vt.;

married Robert

Elliot,

born June 24, 1830, in Lincoln, and resided in Lincoln. Vt.

CHILDREN, born IN LINCOLN. VT.


1.

Cynthia

S.,

born September

19, 1851.

2.

Trvin(;, born August 31, 1853.

1. 1. 1. 7. 1. 1. 4. 7.

Sarah

G.

Nathan Green.

(Huntington) Green, born November They were residents of Lincoln, Vt.

2G,

1810;

married

children, born and lived in LINCOLN, VT.


1.
2.

3.

4.
5.

Louisa, born November 17, 1835; died in 1856. AViLLiAM H., born February 3, 1839. Irvin B., born June 10, 1846; died IMarch 10, 1847. Mary P., born November 29, 1848. Nathan L.. born November 26, 1850.

1. 1. 1. 7. 1. 1. 4. 8.

Mary (Huntington)

Puhinton, born August

13,

1813; married Elijah

Purinton; she died June 25, 1850, in her native town of Lincoln, Vt.

children, born in LINCOLN, VT.


1.

2.

8.

John, born August 29, 1836. Lydia, born January 14, 1838. Horatia N.. born December 31, 1839.

4.
5.

LiNDLY H., born May 19, 1844. Moses H., born June 11, 1847.
1. 1. 1. 7. 1. 1. 8.

David Huntington,
died
in

l)orn

May

13, 1770, in
9,

Amesbury Mass.; married

Lydia Currier, who was born January

1768, and died October 14, 1835.

He

March

1841, in

liis

native town.

children, born in amesbury, mass.


1.

2.

* *

3.

4.
5.

David, born August 23, 1799; died October 7, 1800. Rebecca, born February 19, 1801. Eliza, born November 10, 1804. Lydia, born October 28, 1808, and died February 28, David, born March 19, 1813.

1829.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

45

1. 1. 1. 7. 1. 1. 8. 2.

Rebecca (Huntington) Page, born February


Mass.; married in October 1826, Isaiah Page.

19, 1801, in

Amesbury,
27, 1832.

She died January

CHILD.
1.

Lydia, born January

29, 1829,

and died

in April, 1844.

1. 1. 1. 7. 1. 1. 8. 3.
Eliza (Huntington) Goodwin, born November
Mass.; married, October
28, 10, 1804, in

Amesbury,

1827, David Goodwin.

They

united with the

Congregational Church in their native town in 1834.

CHILDREN, born IN AMESBURY, MASS.


1.

John

2.

3.

H., born October 14, 1828, and died April 18, 1834. Sophia, born January 8, 1830 married October 28, 1852, John Merrill they had one child. Rebecca, born October 30, 1831.
;
;

S.

4. 5.

David W., born

April

4,

1833.
;

John

H., born April 30, 1836

married October

28, 1860,

Eliza G.

Brookings of Newburyport, Mass.


6.
7.

Lydia

A., born July 31, 1838,


J.,

and died March

9,

1843.
18, 1843.

Hannah
Ephraim
Eliza

born August 11, 1840, and died June


9,

8.
9.

a., born April

1843.

A., born

April

9,

1843; married July 29, 1860, William

Brookings of Newburyport, and had one son.

1. 1. 1. 7. 1. 1. 8. 5.

David Huntington, born March


November
23, 1834, Clara

19, 1813, in

Osgood, who was born December 8, 1814. employed in the Everett Mills, and resided in Lawrence, Mass.

Amesbury, Mass.; married He was

children, born in LAWRENCE, MASS.


1.

2. 3.

4.

5.
6.
7.

8. 9.

10.

Clara A., born July 2, 1836. Charles S., born February 12, 1838, and died in September, 184 7. Sarah B.,l)orn Alay 15, 1840. Jamks N., born October 16, 1841 married December 10, 1860, Betsey Ann Maguire, and lived in Lawrence, Mass. Ellen O., born March 30, 1843, and died in July, 1855. Laura A., born October 26, 1844, and died August 7, 1845. Thomas A., born July 25, 1846, and died in August, 1850. Charles T., born N^ovember 8, 1849. Frank D., born April 21, 1851 resides in Newburyport, Mass. Ellen A,, born August 21, 1855.
; ;

46

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

1. 1. 1. 7. 1. 5.

William Huntington, born May


They
lived in

18, 1747,

and married Lydia Buxton.

Amesbury on a

i)art of

the original homestead.

CHILDREN, BORN IN AMESBURY, MASS.


*
1.

2.
3.

4.

Amos, born August 8, 1771. Sauah, married James Buxton, and had a family. Merriam, married -Jedidiah Peasely, and had children. Elizabeth, married Samuel Osborne, and had children.

1. 1. 1. 7. 1.

5. 1.

Amos
Content

Huntington, born August

S,

1771, in Amesbury, Mass.; married

()sl)orne,

who

died in 18(i0.

Tliey were life-long residents of Ames-

bury, Mass., and belonged to the Society of Friends. Mr. Huntington was able at ninety years of age to do a good day's work.

He

lived on part of
ISfil.

the original Huntington homestead,

where he died

in

September,

children, born in amesbury, mass.


1.

Willia:\i, wlio died young.

2. 3.

4. 5.
6.

Patiknce, married Ira Buxton, and had children. Sarah, married Stephen Clough. Lydia, married Oliver Bartlett, Merriam, married Eli Beade, and lived in So. Hamj)ton. Phebe, born March 1816, and died young.

7.

Nathan, born October


Elizabeth, born
in

8,

1818.

8.

Aju-il,

1821

became the second wife

of Eli

Beade, and lived

in So. IIamj)ton.

1. 1. 1. 7. 1.

5.

1.

7.

born October 8, 1818, in Amesbury, Mass.; marSusan Emery in .Vmcsbiiry. They lived on part of the original Hunting'I'hey were members of ton homestead, where all their cliildrcn were born. the Congregational Church.
ried

Naihan Huntington,

CHILDRI.N.
1.

2.

Louisa, born July 10, 1847. Susan, born November 23, 1848.
18.'>0. Sarah, born July Nathan, born December l(i, 1853; resides Hlla J., l)orn March 9, 18r)5. Emery Osuourn, born May 26, 1860.
.'>,

3. 4. 5.
6.

in

Merrimar, Mass.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

47

1. 1. 1. 7. 1. 7.

He

died in

Elijah Huntington, born April Amesbury in 1818.

1 7,

1753,

and married Elizabeth Rowell.

children, born and lived for some time in amesbury, mass.


1.

Hannah, born

in 1785; married

James Herbert, and died

in 1820,

leaving no children.

2.

3.

4.
5.

John, born December 3, Moses, born in 1789. Abigail, born in 1791.

1786.

Mary,

born in 1793.

6.
7.

8.

9.

in 1795, and died in 1818. Lydia, horn in 1797, and married Reuben Evans, in 1816. Stephen, born in 1799. Elijah, liorn in 1801, and lived in Salisbury, Mass.

William, born

1. 1. 1. 7. 1.

7.2.

ried

John Huntington, born December 3, 1786, in Amesbury, Mass.; marHe was a shipmaster, and resided in Wilmington, N. C, Ruth Drowne.
in 1839.

where he died

CHILD.
*
1.

William, born July

3,

1821, in Wilmington, N. C.

1. 1. 1. 7. 1. 7.

2. 1.
C; mar-

William Huntington, born


ried Harriet S.

July

3,

1821, in Wilmington, N.

Browne,

of

North Carolina.

CHILDREN.
1.

Mary

2.

3.

January 31, 1848. Homer A., born January 6, 1857. Thomas Marshall, born February 23, 1859. He was a physician in Amesbury, Mass., and met a tragic death December 3, 1913, It is supposed that he stooped to jiick ill Newburyport, Mass. up his cane, not seeing an approaching train, which struck and killed him instantlv.
D., born

1.1.1.7.1.7.3.
Moses Huntington, born
Hoyt, and resided
1861.
in

1789 in Amesbury, Mass.; married Betsy

in his native town,

where he died suddenly, February

12,

48

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
CHU.DKKN.
1.

Charles
1H4.3,

II.,

bom June

2o, 1817;

married Mary .lane Latham

in

and had no children.

2.

3.

Daniel II., born April .30, 1820. William F. M., born April 20, 1K27.
1. 1. 1. 7. 1. 7. 3. 2.

Daniel
married, in

IItntington, born April 30, 1820, in Amosbury, Mass.; 1844, Sally H. Ilorne, and resided in Aineshiiry.
II.

CHILDREN, BORN IN AMESBIMIY, MASS.


1.

2.

William William

A.,

born June 20, 1848, and died

in the

same year.

A., born

November

30, 1849.

3.

4.

Henry Lewis, born August Elizabeth, born in 1x5 7.

4,

1852; resides

in

Amesbury, Mass.

1. 1. 1. 7. 1.

7.8.
in

Stephen Huntington, born


Betsey Ilorne, and died
in 1841.

in

1799,

Amesbury, Mass.; married

CHILDREN, BORN IN AMESBfRV, MASS.


1,

2.

Elizabeth Abby.

II.,

married Daniel Leonard of Lawrence, Mass.

1. 1. 1. 7. 7.
\\'illiam
an<l married,

Huntington, torn November ()<-tober 26, 1748, Mary Norton.


CHILDREN.

o,

1719, in Amesbury, Mass.,

1.

2.

Judith, born in Salisbury, June 21. 1749, and married, in 177.s, Wm. Hrown, of Salisbury. ihey had cliildrcn. Hannah, born Auu^ust 28, 17.')4, and married .Moses Iloyt, Scplcml>cr 24, 177;i. He was a son of Theodore and llannali (ChIIin) lloyt, and liorn ,\ugust 21, 17,')2. He was a shipwright, and reeeived a pension for revolutionary serviee. She died January
.

1(>,

1832, having liad four


1."),

<

hildren.

3.

Isaac, born July

]7'>x.
(

4.

William, horn
family.

in

Amcsbiirv.

)clnlicr is, 17ti2.

and died willmut

.).

LniKAiM, twin
lie iiad

l)rotiuT of

tiie |>rcceiling, ilied

aisowithout a
lish, olT

fainilv.

gone out with four


furious
picke<l
l)Ut

olliers to

take

Xcwhiirv port
near Ipswicii,

bar,

when a

snow storm
up.

disal>Ied

tluin.

and they were


E2)hraim lived

One

of

them was

alreailv dead, .nul

a short time.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
1. 1. 1. 7. 7. 3.
Isaac Huntington, born
ried
in

49

Amesbur}', Mass., July 15, 1758, and mar-

Hannah Gould; they

resided in Amesbury, Mass., where their children

were born.

children.
1.

2.

Judith, born about 1797, married Joseph Follensbee, of Amesbury, Mass., where they had a family. Hannah, born in 1800; married, and had a family in New Hampshire.

1. 1. 1. 7. 8.
born August 3, 1721, at Amesbmy, Mass.; marSouth Hampton, N. H., Sarah Dow. He married, She was the second, Mrs. Sarah (Gould) Jewell, widow of Henry L. Jewell. daughter of Joseph and Mary Colby Gould. She was born at Amesbury,
ried, first, April 25, 1750, at

Timothy Huntington,

Mass., June 19, 1730.

CHILDREN.
*
1.

2. 3.

Timothy, born June 3, 1753. William, born June 6, 1756. Thomas, unmarried. Resided

in Boston.
Elliot, of

4.

Mary, born August

6,

1758

married Mr.

Concord, N.H.

* *

5. 6.

Benjamin, son of the second wife, born John, also son of the second wife.

in 1766.

1.1.1.7.8.1.
Hampton, N. H.; Joanna He came to Litchfield, Me., with his brothers Benjamin and John, in 1 782. He owned a farm near the corner, which he sold to Andrew Tibbetts, in 1795. He moved in a short time to Richmond, Me., and was accidentally drowned in Pleasant Pond, by the upsetting of his boat, while out
3,

Timothy Huntington, born June


first,
.

1753, in South
;

married,

Molly Rowell, December

16,

1776

second, about 1780,

hunting with his son John, about 1800.

CHILDREN.
1.

2.

3.

4.
5.
6.

Polly, born in 1782; married Samuel Cleaves, March 17, 1805, and lived in Whitefield, Me.; died in 1822. John, born in 1785 married Elizabeth Booker in December, 1805, and lived in Gardiner, Me.; died July 24, 1870. Hannah, born in 1790; married James Booker, and lived in Gardiner, Me.; died September 13, 1873. DoLLy, married Levi Goodwin, August 5, 1809. Judith, died unmarried. Timothy, born in 1797; married Ehzabeth Goding; lived in Richmond, Me., and died October 4, 1850.
;

50

HUNTINGTON GKNEALOGY.

1. 1. 1. 7.
A\'ii.i,iA\i

8. 2.
17o6.
ill

IIi'M iNi.ToN. linrn

.Iiiiu'

(i,

So. Haiiipton, X.

II.,

and

"

intended marriage," January

16, 1779,

with Sarali (inodwiii.

He

served in

the Revolutionary war, and died in 1H32.


(IIII.OKKN. B<ll!N ANM> DIKD IX A^t *
1.
"2.

KSBIK Y, MAS>.

3.

WiM.iAM, Thomas, died in 1822, witliuiit a taniily. Timothy, ilied in IS-JS. without a family.
born in 170.

4.

Isaac, married

Uad^er. and died

in

isjp.

1.1.1.7.8.2.1.
WiLMAM
Hannah
Iloyt,

lliNTiNGroN,
and died

i)()rn

ill

17.s(i,

in

Ameshury. Mass.; married

in 1H23.

CIin.KUKN. nolIN IN AMKsnruY, MAsy.


1.

Sai,i,y,

liorii

ill

l.sOO;

married

.lenkiiis,

fir.<t,

and David

Morrill, second.

Tiiey live<l in .Salisbury, Mass.

* *

2.
3.

Ei'HKAiM, born

in l.sdl.
in

William

H., liorn

isil.

1. 1. 1. 7.

8. 2. 1. 2.
in

Olive

El'HKAlM HrNTiN(}TON, boni in IHOl, McGan. He lived in Ameshnrv, Mass.

Ameslmry, Mass.; marrietl

1.

William
I$rake.

II.,

bom

in

is-jc, in

Ameslmry, Ma>>.

married IMiilene

1. 1. 1. 7.
AVii.i.i

8. 2. 1.
in

;j.
.\iiiesbiir}
,

\M

II.

liiN riN<iH>N, born


liveil in

IMl.iii
II.

Mas-o.

married

Mary

lilasikll.

They

Hrentwood, N.

CIlILnitKN. nollN IN ni!KNT\VOOI>. N.


1.

II.

\i;v,

born

in

1.S3.'"),

married Oliver Carter, and had one child.

2. 3.
1.

Kmklink, born

in

1.H3H.
12.

SaI! All. born in ix

Hannah
C'liAKi.iis,

II.,

l>orn in
in 18

IHI
ll.

I.

5.

born

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

51

1. 1. 1. 7. 8. 5.

Benjamin Huntington, born


September
1,

in 1766;

married Judith Collins, who died

1841, in Litchfield, Maine, aged 74 years and 8 months.


1,

He

died in Litchfield, January

1845.

CHILDREN.
*
1.

2.

Joseph, born October 7, 1786. Sally, born December 7, 17S7; married Joshua Walker.

* *

3.

4.
5. 6.
7.

Timothy, born October 21, 1790. William, born August 23, 1792. Ann, born November 2, 1794; died April 13, 1858. Elizabeth, born July 28, 1797; died young. Elizabeth, born May 5, 1801 married Randall Noyes, and
;

lived

in Atkinson,

Me.
1804.

*
*

8. 9.

Benjamin Joshua, born March 14, Daniel True, born June 16, 1806.
Judith, born April gor, Me.
11,

10.

1808; married William Wilson of Ban-

1.1.1.7.8.5.x.
in Litchfield, Me.,

Joseph Huntington, born October 7, 1786, in Warner, N. H.; married, March 22, 1811, Mary Babb, born September 2, 1790, in
Me.
She died October
29, 1854.

Litchfield,

He

died October

3,

1856.

children.
1.

Joseph G., born March 29, 1812, in Litchfield, Me.; married, November 3, 1837, in Blanchard, Me., Deborah C, daughter of
Francis and Sarah (Chandler) Sturtevant.
29, 1820.

She was born

May

2.

Benjamin Babb, born May


Uriel, born September
8,

26, 1814.

3.

1815; married, February 20, 1842, in


18, 1885.
7,

Augusta, Me.; died July


4.

Mary, born
son, Me.,

July 25, 1817; married, December


of Orneville,

1843, in Atkin5,

Reuben Yeaton,
19,

Me.; died September

1850.
5.

Elizabeth, born May

1819; married October 25, 1840, in

6.

March 18, 1890. George W., born December 16, 1820; married, November
Atkinson, Me.; she died
1848, in Lowell, Mass., Almira J. Potter; died

9,

May

17, 1901.

7.

Curtis, born March


July
1861.
12, 1846,

30, 1822; died April 28, 1846.


14, 1823;

8.

James C, born September


Ruth
ler) Sturtevant.

married in Blanchard,

]\Ie.,

and Sarah (ChandShe was born November 26, 1825, and died in
D., daughter of Francis

52
*
9.

HUNTI.Vr.TON r.KNEALOGY.

William

* 10.
11.

Harvkv

F., born June 20, 1825. Spkixgeu, born December

12, 1827.
S,

Emily, born May 29. 1H29; married, October Me., Brackett Gowen, of Bradford, Mi-.

1847, in Atkinj-on,

12.

* 13.

183.3. DiANTHA J., born N<ivfmbt-r 8. 1X31. Died July Frank Atwood, born Au<fust 9, 183<). lie is the only child living, and was born in Atkinson, Me. The rest of the children were
!i,

born

in Litchfield,

Me.

1. 1. 1. 7. 8.

5. 1. 2.

Ben.jamin Babb llfXTiNGToN, born May "i'i, 1814, in LitchlicM, Me.: manned, June 10, 1841, in Atkinson, Me., Aurelia (iilman, who was l)orn May 8, 1814, in Clinton, Me. Mr. Huntinorton was a millwrijiht, and a Methodist. He lived in Litchfield, Oldtown, and Atkin.son, Me.; in New York State, jn-obably in Wellville: moved to Hudson, Wis., in October, 18.54; to New Richmond, Wi.s., in 1886.
where he died October 30, 1880.
Mrs. Huntington
dieil

Jaiuiary 30, l!Hi3.

CHILDKEN.
1.

CiiAKLEs Fhkkman, August 7, 1883, in

l)orn May 2i>, 1S4_', in New Richmond, Wis.


4,

Atkinson,

Mc:

ilied

2.

3.

Cakolink Maria, born April Helkn Aurklia, born March


cett.

1H4

7.

2.5,

lH4!t. in

Oldtown, Me.; married,

April 10, 1870, in N'W Richmond, Wis., Frank Roinello Faw-

She died April

18, 1H74, in

Auburn. Cal.

4.

Edward Payson,
.Icrome Beech

born March 15, 1855, in Hudson, Wis.; married,

New Richmond. Wi.s., Alice, daughter of Martha Jane ( Brookbauk) iloiu's. She was born ill Midrose, Wis., June lH, 185!S. He was a meujber of the Metliodi.st Church, luilding the ollicc of secretary and treasurer from Fel)ruary, 1889, to September,
Fel)ruary 19, 1879, in
.iiid

1.S93.

He was

editor and publislier of the North Wisconsin

News,

Clear I/ake, Wis.; Lc Sueur County News, Le Sueur, Minn.:

New

Richmond Voice, N'ew Richmond,


2H,

is.,

wiicre he died Octoln-r

1H93.

Mrs. iluntinglou
in

is

living in
in

\Vapato. Wash.

father died

Clear Lake, Wis.,

1892.

Her Her mother died in

N<n-th Yakima. Wash., in 191)7.

There are no

chililreii.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
1. 1. 1. 7. 8.
Me.; married,

53

5. 1. 2. 2.

April 4, 1847, in Oldtown, Richmond, Wis., July 4, 1866, Harvey, son of Harvey and Elenor (Spear) Law. He was born March 2.3, 1838. Mr. Law is a carpenter, and a Methodist; he was Class Leader and also Trustee for twenty years. He was a private in the War of the Rebellion, Co. A, 12th Regt., Wisconsin Volunteers. He enlisted October 5, 1861, and was discharged July
in

Caroline Maria (Huntington) Law, born

New

26,

1865.

They

are

now

living in

New

Richmond, Wis.

CHILDREN.
1.

2.

3.

9, 1871; married William Wesley Barnum, of New Richmond, Wis. Jessie Huntington, born March 25, 1873; died in New Richmond, Wis., May 5, 1874. AuRELiA Helen, born June 13, 1875; married, in New Richmond, Wis., September 2, 1903, Charles Maxon Todd. They

Edith Helen, born June

are living in Chicago,

111.

1. 1. 1. 7. 8. 5. 1. 9.

William
ried,

F.

June

24, 1849, in

Huntington, born June 20, 1825, Bradford, Me., Mary Going.


children.

in Litchfield,

Me.

mar-

1. 2.

3.

4.
5.

Daniel, born in Bradford, Me. AYiLLiAM H., born in Bradford, Me. Fred W., born in Bradford, Me. Ernest M., born in Bradford, Me. Ralph A., born in Lower Lake, California.

1. 1. 1. 7. 8. 5. 1.
Eusebia Neville Campbell.
son.

10.

Harvey Springer Huntington, born December 12, 1827; married He died January 6, 1905. They had at least one
child.
1.

Ralph Addison,

born July 14, 1870, in San Francisco, California; married January 14, 1905, in Fruitvale, California, Mary Elthea
(Berry) daughter of Pliny and Ellen Maria (Whittemore) Brewer; she was born October 14, 1853. Mr. Huntington is a physician and surgeon, and a graduate of the College of Physicians and Surgeons, of San Francisco, in 1900. He lived in San
Francisco until 1903, in Fruitvale, California, until 1907, and

was traveling

in

Lake

Co., Cahfornia, in 1908.

They

are Con-

gregationalists.

54

HUNTINGTON GKNEALOGY.
1. 1. 1. 7. 8. 5. 1.

13.
;

Frank Atwood IIuntingtun,


niarrifd

February
Citv,

22,

1H72, in

(laugbter of .James -Sheldon, anil


in

l.s.JG, in Atkinson. Me. i), San Francisco, California, Laura Caroline, Maria I^ouisa (Alh n) Folzer. She was born

born August

New York

March

23, 143.

ever

He moved from Atkinson, Me., to California, in 1858, where he has lived since. He worked for several years in the lumber mills, then engaged in
is

the manufacture of UKichinery in Saa Francisco. California; invented what

known

as

llic

Huntington Centrifugal

Roller C^uart/. Mill,

now used

in all

mining countries.

He

is

now

living in

Oakland, Cahfornia.

CHILD.
1.

Makik

Loi'isk, born September 18, 1873, in San Francisco, Cah-

fornia; died

June

22, 1895, in

Oakland, California.

1. 1. 1. 7. 8.

5. 3.
He
married Abigail

Timothy Hunting
Hall,

idn, born October 21, 17!)0.


3,

who

died

November

184 7.

He

died January 14, LS4U.

CHILDUKN.
1.

JuMA,

born April

1,

1813.
12, 1814,

2.

Sally, born Decemln'r


Boston.

married a

AVilliaras,

and

lived in

3.

AnniK, born November


in Litchfield.

2U,

l.si.s,

married

Woodward.
lie

an<l lived

4.

.Vlimikis,
gist in

l)()rn

Se])teml)er Ki, 1S2U,

is

married,

was

drug-

Ahfumouth, Me.
^
\

f).

<;.

William, born Octoln-r 13, 1.S24. Hknky, born October 13, 1824.
Daniel, born in 1827; died Bktsky. born .lune 8, 1830.
in

Twins. Lived in California

in l.sGO.

7.

N'irgiuia.

8.

1. 1. 1. 7. 8.

5.

1.
in Litchfield,

William Huntington, i)orn

.\ugust 23, 17!t2.

Mc;

married

May

20, 1813,

Mary, daugliter of Daniel ami Kli/.abeth


Me., Noveiiibcr 17,
17it5.

She was

l)orn in Howdoiii,

Cunningham, He was a farmer, and a


(I'ottcr)

soldier in the

war of 1812.
\|)ril
l.'f,

He

dieil iu
tlie

Last I'ittston. .Me., October 11, 1854^

His wife died

187u, in

same town.

CHILDUKN.
* *
1.

2. 3.

William Haukison. Samukl Whitmokk,


;\nn, born
in

born born

.Vugiist 23. 1811.

May

17, IHitj. 17,

Litchfield,

Mc..

March

118;

married James
30,

Holland, of llallowcll. Me.


llallowell, .Me.

She died September

1851, in

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
4.

55
January
20,

JosiAH Simpson, born


ber 25, 1894.

in Litchfield, Me.,

1820; mar-

ried Sarah Sergeant in 1848; he died in Cornwall, Cal., Septem-

5.
6.

Judith Collins, born November 18, 1821. Benjamin, born in Litchfield, Me., October
Norway, Me., January
29, 1889.

20,

1823

died in

7.

Emma

J., born in William Kimball

Litchfield, Me.,
;

lives in J^ast Pittson,

8.

9.

* 10. * 11.
12.

Daniel, born in Litchfield, same town September 5, 1828. Elizabeth, born in Litchfield, Me., July 2, 1829 married Edmund Dudley lives in East Pittston, Me. Albert Clakk, born September 21, 1831. Ellen Maky. born November 26, 1833. Adelia Susan Lancaster, born in East Pittston, Me., September 5, 1837 married her cousin Francis Marion (1. 1. 1. 7. 8. 5. 8. 4.). They live in East Pittston, Me.
; ;

November, 4, 1825; married Me. Me., August 24, 1827, and died in the

1. 1. 1. 7. 8. 5. 4. 1.

William Harrison Huntington,


Me.
Spencer,

born August 22, 1814, in Litchfield, Married Maria Louisa, daughter of Daniel Wilcox and Mahala (Morgan)

November

28, 1861,

near Hazelton, Iowa. about 1851

She was born

in

Schroon.

N. Y., January

25, 1824.

He moved
Chicago,
111.;

from Maine to
to

Illinois

lived in Naperville

and

moved

Independence, Iowa, about 1853-55; then

to Fair-

banks, Iowa, and to Oelwein, Iowa, in 1878.

He was a Methodist Protestant mini.'^ter in middle life, and served the M. P. Church at Fairbanks, Iowa, as pastor a few years. The Church is not now in existence. He attended the Kent's Hill College. Later he became a farmer in Fairbanks, Iowa, and then took up the shoe business in Oelwein, Iowa. He was
stricken with partial paralysis about 1875,
9,

1886.

His wife died March

30. 1910. in the

and died in Oelwein, Iowa, August same town.

CHILDREN.
1.

Emma

Ann, born August

28, 1862; died

May

10, 1863.
8,

2. 3.

Maky, born January 13, 1865; William Spknckr, born June


ried,

died September
23, 1867, in

1881.

Fairbanks, Iowa; mar-

May
3,
;

2,

1889, in Oelwein, Iowa, Sarah ^Martha Ahinoam,

daughter of Samuel and Hannah (Park) Smith.

She was born


Minn,

June
1878

1871, in Oelwein, Iowa.

He

lived in Oelwein, la., until


;

then in Bellefontaine, O., until 1896

in Minneapolis,
;

in 1897; St. Paul, Minn., 1900;

Kansas City, Mo., 1908

Atlanta,

Ga., 1913.

He

is

a civil engineer in structural steel work, and a

graduate of the University of Iowa.

He

is

a Methodist.

56

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

1. 1. 1. 7. 8.

5. 4. 2.
17,

Samuel

^^'llIlM()KK

Huntington, born May

1816, in Litchfield,

Me.; married, first, Susan Lancaster, sei-oml, Sally Ann, born March 19, 1817. She died October :i, 1849, and he married for his third wife Caroline, June 30, 1850. She was born December 5, 1815, and died April 20, 1874. The second and third wives wen- daughters of E])hraim and Sally (Laughton) Mayo, of
llalluwell,

Me.
in 1S7G,

He

married for a fourth wife,


in

Myra

(4ray of Hallowell,

Me.

He

and East Fittston. Me. His daughter Mrs. Emma Caroline Nason, says of him in her recent book " Old Hallowell on the Kennebec." "Mr. Huntington moved to Hallowell about 1840, and was one of the five
spent his youth
l^itchtield

of that

town

to vote for

James Birney,

abolitionist candidate for j)re3ideut of

the United States.

He was

at that time a comparatively

new

resident in Hall-

owell, but he soon identified himself with the jjolitical


in the town,

and commercial interests

and was recognized as an al4e business man, and a largc-hcartcd,

generous, public spirited citizen."

For more than twenty-five years he was one of the prominent merchants and manufacturers of Hallowell, and an active supi)orter of all reforms. In the early sixties after having finished a contract for making clothing for the He retained his resir. S. Army he removed his business to Augusta, Me. dence in Hallowell, though, until his death, which occurred November '20, 187(3.

CIULDHEN, I50KN IN HALLOWELL, ME.


*
1.

Samuel Lancastkk,

born October 22, 1843.

*
*

2. S.

4.
5.

Caroline, born August 6, 1845. Julius Francis, born March 17, 1852. Alice Mayo, born April 2, 1858. CiiAiJLKS Franklin, liorn December 1,
1S7(), in

Emma

1805, and died Jaiuiary 8,

Hallowell, Me.

1. 1. 1. 7. 8. 5. 4. 2. 1.

Samuel Lancaster Huntington,


well, Me.; married, in

born October 22,


7,

184;{, in

Hallo-

Boston, Mass.,
.'},

November
1801
l)y

1877, Nellie A. Yeaton,

who was

Ijorn

December

184.S, in

Chelsea, Me.
in

He
a

began his business career

assisting his father

factured clothing for the sohliers iluring the Civil war.


successful business, selling clothing specialties at

who manunow engaged in wholesale. He lives in

He

is

Augusta, Me.
CIIILIi.
1.

Mary Wentworth,

born August

14, 1878, in Hallowell,

Me.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

57

1. 1. 1. 7. 8. 5. 4. 2. 2.

Emma Caroline (Huntington)

Nason, born August

6,

1845, in

Hallowell, Me.; married, IVIay 23, 1870, in Hallo well, Me., Charles H., son of

Joseph Frost and Mary Thompson (Welch) Nason.


well, Me.,

He was

born in Halloreputaa

November 25. 1845. Mr. Nason is a merchant. Mrs. Nason is an author of wide spread tion. One of her latest books is " Old Hallowell, on the Kennebec,"
story full of interest in dealing with the old town in INIaine.

home

She has been a

great lielp to the Historian, in furnishing the rej)ort of the jNIaine Huntingtons.

The)' are living in Gardiner, Me.

CHILD.
1.

Akthuk Huntington,
married June

born February

3,

1877, in Augusta, Me.;


of the late Dr.

4, 1D15,

Edna Walton, daughter

W. Updyke

N. J. He is a graduate of the Cony High School, Augusta, Me., and Bowdoin College, M. A. He also received a degree of Ph. D. from Columbia University,
Selover, of Railway,

in in

June, 1915.

He
is

is

assistant professor of English Literature


in

Union Theological among them are "Heralds and Heraldry in Ben Jonson's Plays", "Masks and Entertainments," 1907, "Talks on Theme Writing and Kindred Subjects," 1909, "Short Themes and Long," "James Shirley, Dramatist; a Biographical and Critical Study," 1915.
Seminary.

New

York University, and an instructor

He

the author of

many books

1. 1. 1. 7. 8. 5. 4. 2. 3.
Julius Francis Huntington, born March 17, 1852, in Hallowell, Me.; married. May 20, 1885. in Hallowell, Me., Helen Frances, daughter of Jacob She was born in Manchesand Marcia (Safford) Thomas, of Hallowell, Me. ter, Me., March 2, 185tJ, and died in Charleston, Me., February 19, 1907. They, resided in Hallowell, Norway, Augusta, and Charleston, Me. He is now a resident of Augusta, Me. CHILDREN.
1.

2.

Philip Francis, born April 10, 1886 died April 15, 1889, way, Me. Richard Thomas, born April 14, 1889, in Norway, Me.
;

in

Noris

He

graduate of University of Maine, B. A. June, 1913

also of Col-

umbia University (N. Y. C.) June 2, 1915; degree Bachelor of Literature in Journalism and is a member of the editorial department of the Era Publications, N. Y. C. He is a lineal descendant from John Thomas, who came to this country in the ship "Hopewell", July 11, 1635, and who settled in Marshfield, Mass.

58

nUNTINGTOX OENKALOOY.
1. 1. 1. 7. 8.

5. 4. 5.

in Litf-hficld. Mt-., NoAngust 12, 1844. Albion WashHe was born ^lay 31, ington, son of Epliraim and Sally (Lorton) Mayo. .Mr. Mayo was a shipsmith, and a Methodist. He 1820, in Hallowell, Me. His wife died in Boston, Mass., died in Rockland, Me., February 2, 1896.

Judith Collins (IlrNriNciToN) Mayo, burn


18, 1S21;

vember

married

in

llallowell, Me.,

September

7,

1899.

CHILOKKN.
1.

Clara Ellen,

born in Portland,

iSIe.,

September
1,

10,

1848; died

2.

October 25, 1849, in Portland. Emma Augusta, born in Portland, Me., April
Deering,

1851; married in
in

May

21, 1882,

Ceorge York, and died


July
11.

So. Portland,

.3.

November 19, 1909. Clara Eudoka, born


So. Portland,

in Portland, Me.,

is.">,3:

married

in

4.

.5.

June 6, 190G, Henry Bidwell Walton. William Alonzo, born in Portland, Me., November 1, 185.5; married October 12, 187.5, in Boston, Mary Jane Fuller: died in Boston, June 24, 1909. Clakenck Eugene, lioni January 2. 18.")8; died January 2, 1858, in Portland. Me.

1. 1. 1. 7. 8.

5. 4. 10.
21, 1831, in

Albekt Clakk HuNTiN(iTON, boru September


ton, Me.; married,

East Pitts-

October
1844.

21, 1863, in

I.,a

(irande, Oregon, Helen Elizabeth'

daughter of Janu'S and Elizatx'th (Rowland) Baker.


don, Iowa, Ajiril
ti,

She was born

in

Cory

He moved

from East Pittston,


;

Mi'., in .January,

1854, to California, where

he engaged in mining removed from California to Oregon in I860, and became a merchant. He is at the jn-esent time a caj)italist in La Grande^ Oregon. He is a Methodist and was trustee of the Church for a number of
y'ars;
.Mrs.

was one of the Huntington

earliest pioneers of
dicil in

Union County.
!.

Portland, Oregon, Noveml)er


(

1905,

IIII.KUKN.
(Ji-andc.

1.

ICdii'ii

JMiLA, born

in

La

Ore, Marcii
9,

4, 18tj6.

2.

3.

4.

Walter Albert, l)()rn February 14, Mary, born May 10, 1874; died June Emma Dora. l)orn Octf)lier 14, 1877;
1. 1. 1.

187(i; died

June

IC, 1878.

1875.
1878,

liied .Iiine 17,

7. 8. 5.

I.
l)orn

10.
.March

1.
4, 1S(16, in
i.a

I'-Diiii

I'.oi.A

Hr.N riNO ION) CruKV.

(Jrande,

Oregon; marricil, in i.a (irande. Decemln'r 20, isss, (Jeorge Haskins. son of He was Col. George Byron and Jennie Clarissa Virginia (Gaines) Curry.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
born
in

59
is

Vancouver, Wash., November

6,

1865,

Mr. Curry
is

a graduate of

the Bhie Mt. University, in the class of 1884.

He

a journalist, and was, lay

delegate to the General Conference, at Baltimore in ]\Iay, 1908.

They
are

are

Methodists, and he

is

a trustee of the Church.

living in

They have lived in California, Washington and Oregon, and La Grande, Ore.
CHILDREN.
1.

now

2.

3.

George Huntington, born June 8, 1892. Helen Clare, born October 16, 1894. Albert Rodney, born April 10, 1899.

1. 1. 1. 7. 8. 5. 4. 11.

Ellen Mary (Huntington) Moody, born


November
26,

in

East Pittston, Me.,

1833; married Gilman Moody.

Lives in

New

Castle,

Me.

children.
1.

Alice Calistia, born

in

East Pittston, Me., July

7, 185.5

died

Sei)tember 27, 1859, in the same town.


2.

Emma

3.

in East Pittston, Me., September 9, 185 7; Richmond. Me., January 21, 1877, William L. Nelson. They live in Richmond, Me. Percy Jones, born in East Pittston, Me., December 4, 1859 married, in Brentwood, Cal., August 6, 1885, Mattie Elsia Pierce.

Kimball, born
in

married

4.

They live in Knightsen, Alice Mary, born in East


in Alna, Me.,
live in

Cal.

Pittston,

February

12,

1862;

married,

June
in

6,

1878, Bertram G. Cunningham.

They

New

Castle,

Me.
East Pittston, Me., April
29,

5.

Nellie May, born


in Alna, Me.,

1864; married,
live in

May
Me.

30, 1893,

Ozro K. Bryant. They

North

New
6.

Castle,

J]lbert William, born in New Castle, Me., June 1, 1866; married, in Brentwood, Cal., February 18, 1891, Annie M. Dieffenbach.

They

live in

Sanger, Cal.
in

7.

Lizzie Ardell, born

North

New

Castle, Me.,

December

26,

1868; married, in East Pittston, Me., June 17, 1886, James A.

8.

Huntington. They live in Litchfield, Me. Florence Adelia, born in North New Castle, February
married, in North
live in

14, 1871;

New
in

Castle, Me., Charles H.

Wight.

They

Gardiner, Me.

9.

Clara Georgia,
live in

born

North

New

Castle, Me., July 14, 1873

married, in Alna, Me., April 30, 1893,

WiUiam

F. Geyer.

They

North

New

Castle,

Me.

60

HDNTINGTON GRNKALOGT.

1. 1. 1.
IiKN.iAMiN Josin A
IJtclifu'ld. Mt'.,

7. 8. 5. 8.

April

L'.i,

Hi'NTiNOTox, liom March 14. 1804; married, in Is.'Jo, Lyilia Ann. dair^Iitcr of Jusliiia ami Comfort

(Cotton) Chick.

again,

He ilicd in Litchfield, Mc .Maich 7, lH."j!i. Mrs. Iluntin'j;ton married Thomas linker, a widower, and died in (Jardiner, Mv., in 1891.
IIIII.DKKX,
1.

BOKN
:{,

IN
l.sSl

I.ITt IIKI I.I.K,

MP:.

Sauaii

K., l.orn April

she

.lied in 1S49.

2.
^^.

Lydia Ann, horn Deeendier

14, 1H3-_'.

LrcY Julia,

horn August

1.").

1k;14; she
l.'S.

died Xoveinher

"25,

1849.

* *

4.
.0.

U.
7.

8.

*
*

9.
1(1.

18;J6. Francis Makion, horn March Maky Abhy, horn March 13, l.s3(;. IIknky Ai.bkrt, born June 11, 1838. George Kingsbiry, horn July 22, 1840; married 11. Etta Tallman, of Richmond, Me., March 6, 1873. They had no children, lie was a soldier in the 3d Keginient Maine Infantry in the Civil War. They are hotli dead. lliRAM Stacy, horn December 3, 1S4 2; died Fehrnary 11, 1844Daniel True, born .Septemher 25, 1847.

* 11. * 12.

Rebecca Davis, born Septemher 25, 184 7. Frederick Shorey, horn Decemher 23, 1849.
liEN.JA.MiN .losiiiA, born

Novemher

27, 1851.

1. 1. 1. 7. 8.

5. 8. 2.
14, 1832. in Litcidleld'

Lydia Ann (Hi ntington) Cubb, horn December

Me.; married, Decemher 3. 1850, Ezra Cobh, of Brunswick, Me. 8id'd in Litchlield, Me., where Mrs. Cobh died in 1S6G.

They

re-

children.
1.

George.
Ellkn. Frank. Daiijhtkk.

2. 3.

4.

1. 1. 1. 7. S. 5. S.
I'i!AN< IS
.Mc.
;

I.
13.

MxRioN nimriN<;ToN,
.iiim3,

tiorn

.March
Me..

1S36,

in

Litchlield.

inanied,

1H57,
1.

in
7.
.s.

W'hitclield.
.'>.

Adelia Susan Lancaster,

(laughter nf William (I.


Slie

I.

4.)

and .Mar\ ('unninj,diam Huntington. wa>


ISiiH,

was

1)1)111

in

East

I'ittsttui, .Me.

.Mr. iliintingtoii
M'.,

a sliDt'inaker,

and a
South

Fret'

Ihiptisf.

I'hey lived
18(;!t.

in

Ijitthlicld,

until
in

removed

to

ISlonmiiiith, .Me., in

to

Riclunond, .Mc,

1H!15,

then to East

ritt-ston.

Me., where Mr. Huntington died September 16, 1905.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
CHILDREN.
1.

61

Son

(iin-named.) born in East Pittston, Me.,


later.

March

2)S,

1859; died

about two weeks


2.

Louise Marion, born


married
in

in Litohfield, ^le., September 16, 1860; Richmond, Me., \\^iHiam H. Hinckley. They live in Gardiner, Me.

3.

4.

Carrie Emma, born in Litchfield, Me,, April 28, 1865. Fannie Lancaster, born in South Monmouth, Me., December
1868; died in East Pittston, Me., February 26, 1911.

5,

1. 1. 1. 7. 8. 5. 8. 4. 3.

Carrie
field,

Emma (Huntington) Howe,


13, 1887, in

born April 28, 1865, in Litch-

Richmond, Me., Irving Colby, son of Rufus B., and Cordelia C. (Silver) Howe. Mr. Howe was born in Rumford, Me., April 23, 1865. They have lived in Richmond, Me., and moved to
then to Spencer, IVIass., February 22, Mr. Howe is a barber, a member of the Methodist Church, a teacher in the Sunday School, and a Mason, holding office in the Lodge.
;

Me.; married, June

Brookfield, Mass., in October, 1888

1892.

They

are living in Spencer, Mass.

CHILDREN.
1.

Rufus Joseph, born

in Brookfield, Mass.,

August
15,

15, 1889.

He

is

a graduate of Tufts Dental College, Boston,


2.

IVIass.

Edward Huntington,
Mass.

born January

1891, in

Brookfield,

3.

4.

Marion Louise, born September 22, 1892, in Brookfield, Mass. Everett Colby, born October 22, 1896, in Spencer, Mass.
1. 1. 1. 7. 8. 5. 8. 5.

Mary Abby
field,

(Hitntington) Buker, born March


died June
2,

13,

1836, in Litchhis

]Me.

married, October 12, 1855, Edward, son of

Thomas Buker by
Me.

first wife.

Mary Abby

1914, in Gardiner,

children.
1.

Francis.

2.

Emma.
is

the record as found in the first Memoir published in 1863. There have been eight other children born since then, whose names we have been unable to obtain.

This

1. 1. 1. 7. 8.

5. 8. 6.
11, 1838, in Litchfield,

Henry Albert Huntington,


married,

born June

Me.

December

4, 1858,

Elizabeth Doyle, of Bowdoinham,

Me.

62

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
CHILDREN.
1.
2.
',].

Son, dead.
8f>N, (lead.

Nkli.ik, marricil.

York; she lived

in

Lewiston. Me.

1. 1. 1. 7. 8.

5. 8. 9.
SL']>tfnibfr 25,

Daniel Tkik Huntinoton, born

1S47, in

Lit<hfield,

Me.; married. Dcri'mher 2H, lx7it, in Litclifidd, .Me., Alnieda Colin", daughter She was born in Gardiner. Me.. .Inly of Hiram and Eliza O. {I>ill) Haines. He is a shoemaker, a Free Will Baptist, ami serves on the Finanee 25, 151.

Committee

of that

Church.
in

He

served in the Civil

War
2,

with the 31st Maine


lHfi4,

Volunteers, as private

Co. I;

he enlisted March
in 1865.
in

and was

dis-

charjied at the dose of the


ton,

War.

He

has lived
.Mass.,

in Hallowell,

Lewisin

.Vuburn, and Gardiner, Me., and Richmond, Me.

Lynn.

and now resides

rilll.DRKN.
1.

Hkn.IAMIN

FiJANti!*, l)orn October

.SO,

1872, in Litchfield, Me.;

marricfl in
2.

Auburn.

.Me.; lives in
3,

East Aul)urn, Me.

ViiKU Dklukkt, born January


in

187H, in LitchfieM. Mc.; niarritd,

Hallowell, Me., and lives in Auburn,

Me.
married,

.3.

Hi, I, A

-May, born .June 25, 1877, in


22, 1S98, in

West Ganliner, Mc.;

June

Lewiston, Me., Harry Augustus Smith.

They

live in .\iiburn,
1.

Me.
I.hhO, in

Sakah K.mma,
April 25,

born .January 27,

Litchfield. Me.; married,

18!)!t,

in Lewiston, Me.,

Enoch
10,

C. Smith.

They

live in

Auburn, Me.
5.

ARTuru HiNKLKY, bom


lives in .Vuburn, .Me.

February

1883, in Richmond, Me.;

i].

Gi;ok<;ia Etta, born .lime 21, 1SH5. in Kichmoml.

Mc;

is

married

and

lives in

Lynn, Mass.

1. 1. 1. 7.

S. o. S. lO.
first,

Rebecca Davis, (Hintinoton, Mann) Hathaway, born September


25,

1HI7, in Litchfield, .Me.; marricfl,

.Vujrust 27.
Ilr

]M2.

in

Wales, Me.,
in

Orrin, son of

James and

I>ottie

(Sonic) Mann.
Lisbon, Me.

was born

Webster.

Me., and died February 10,

l!)on. in

He was

a farmer,

and a
in
in

town

oflicer for ten years.

He was
lMH!t,

a liaptist.

His wife <iivorced him, and


Iwirn

Seattle.

Wash., .January,

married his i)rother Charles, who wa'*

Welistcr,

Mc, and

died

in

Fir,

wav, December

1", i:io;), in

Wash. She married, third, James F.. HathaThey reside in Kdnmnds. Wa.sh. Hailard, Wash.
first

Mrs. Hathaway has had no riiildrcn since her

marriajje.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
CHILDREN, (MANN.)

63

Laura Estella,
October
27,

born June

17, 1865, in Litchfield,

Me.; married,

1888. in

Lisbon, Me., Elmer

Ellsworth Rogers.

They
in Fir,

live in

Richmond, Me.
born

Frank Herbert,
George Henry,
in Fir,

May

5,

1867, in Litclifield, Me.; married,


Ball.

Wash., in 1894, Mary

They
They

live in Fir,

Wash.
Wash.
live in

born January 27, 1870, in Wales, Me.; married,


live in ]Milltown,

Wash., Helma Swanson.


born June
8,

Lucy Ellen,
Ballard,

1873, in Wales, Me.; married, Sei)t. 19,

1891, in Fir, Wash., George

Washington Toop.
1876, in

They
;

Wash. Albert Davis, born March


Vancouver, B. C.

19,

Wales, Mc.

lives

in

1. 1. 1. 7. 8. 5. 8. 11.

Frederick Shorey Huntington, born December


]\Iyra

23,

1849

married

He married again, Sophronia Hodgdon, wlio died in Richmond, Me. Hodgdon, who died August 8, 1882, in Damariscotta, Me.
children.
1.

A Daughter, who

is

now
of

living in Boston,

Mass.
in

2.

Son, who

is

supposed to have been


the Boston

lost

the wreck of the

Steamer Portland,

&

Portland Steamship Co.,

November

27, 1898, off

Chatham,

]\Iass.,

when 157

lives

were

lost.

1. 1. 1. 7. 8. 5. 8.
Me.; married, July

12.
27, 1851, in

Benjamin Joshua Huntington, born November


field,

Litch-

died

March

27, 1880.

who

died about 1894.

Bowdoinham, Me., Mary Troufaut, who He married again in Bowdoinham, Mary Louise Small, He died January 21, 1912, in Lewiston, Me.
16, 1871, in

children.
1. 2.

3.

4.

5.

William L., born March 26, 1872. Stagey B., born December 23, 1873. Herbert H., born July 20, 1879. Edward. George.
1. 1. 1. 7. 8. 5. 9.

Daniel True Huntington, born June


married Rebecca Wilson.

16,

1806, in Litchfield, Me.;

64

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
CHILDREN, BORN AND I.IVKD
1.

IN I.irrnFIKLD, MK.
liad

Ai.viN, married
.*<oldit'r

Jourdan, and

family.

He was

in the Civil

War.

2. 3.

Rebecca, died unmarried. David, died unmarried.

1. 1. 1. 7. 8. 6.

May

John Huntington, married Mary, daiijrhter of Xehemiah Hutehinson, He came from Amesbury, Mass., in 1782, and lived after his 15, 1796.
in the

marriage

plarc

owned hy William

V.

Adams,

in

I860, and

moved

to

Irasburgh, Vt., in 1819.

chii.drkn.
1.

2.

3.

Levi, born December 1, 1797; died young. Lydia, married Francis Burns, and lived in Adrian. Mich. Benjamin, died in Litchfield, Me., September 12, 1887, aged 84
years.

4.
.5.

Thomas, l)orn July 9, 1804; lived in Adrian, Mich. Nehkmiah, liorn 18o6; married Cindendla Baker in
in

18.*? I;

lived

Gardiner and Hallowell, and died


A])ril 27, 1808.
die(l in

in (juincy, Mass., in 1875.'

6.
7.

Levi, born

William,

Irasburg, Vt., in 1843.

8.
9.

Mary.
AlMGAiL, married
SAi,r,Y, l)orn
.Vpril
1,

Metcalf;

settleil in

Manchester, N. H.
Metcalf;
st'ltlcd

10.

isil; married

in

Manchester, N. H.
11. 12.

13.

John, born August .S, Isis; livt-d in Irasburg, ^'t. (Irani; lived in Salem, Mkiiitable, married Joskph, lived in Irasburg, \'t.

M;iss.

1. 1. 1. 7.
Lkvi HuNTiNcroN,
Winslow,
S.
l)orn
.\pril

S.

(>. (>.
in
l.itrlitirld.

27,

isn.s,

Me.; married
jic

I'hoebe K. Winslow; lived in (lardint-r and

lialii.

Me.

in

l.s,)(i

niovid to
Civil

He was

a cnnlractor

in

railroad building.

During the

War

all

trace of liim was lost.

CHILDREN.
*
1.

'I'lloM

AS Nki.hon, born October

li,

l.s;{3.

2.

I'llOEUE

LukLLA.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

65

1. 1. 1. 7. 8. 6. 6. 1.

Thomas Nelson Huntington,


Drummond and Lucinda
February
Baptist,
3.

born October
INIe.,

6,

1833, in Gardiner,

]\Ie.;

married, June 25, 1866, in Bowdoinham,


(Pattee) Fisher.
is

Lauretta, daughter of

Mr. Huntington

in Batli, Me.,

and served as and has been deacon of Trinity Church, Philadelphia, Pa., since 1887. He lived in Hallowell in 1838, moved to Augusta, then to Bath in 1849, to Philadelphia, Pa., in 1883, and to Yineland, N. J., in 1910, where

She was born in and shoe business; is a secretary and treasurer in the Church on Nortli Street
in

James Topham, Me.,

the dry goods

they

now

live.

CHILDREN.
1.

Fkkd Fisher,

born January

14,

1868; died July 10, 1882.


died
1876.

2.

3.

Annie Maria, born February 6, 1870; Edward Augustus, born December 8,

December

31, 1878

1. 1. 1. 7. 8. 6. 6. 1. 3. Edward Augustus Huntington, born December


of William

-s,

i,S76,

in

Bath,

Me.; married, June 28, 1911, in Philadelphia, Pa., Marion Helena, daughter

and Elizabeth (Bartenbach) Thomas; she was l)orn in Philadelphia, He is a teacher and a graduate of the Philadelphia School of Pechigogy. He is a Baptist, and has served as trustee of the Church and Assistant Superintendent of the Sunday School for about teu years. He lives
Pa., jNlay 5, 1885.
in Philadelphia.

child.
1.

Elizabeth Lauretta, born July

18, 1913.

1. 1. 1. 7. 8. 6. 6. 2.

Phoebe Luella (Huntington) Small, born


Gardiner, Me.; married Charles C. Small.

in

She died

in 1878.

children.
1.

2.

Sarah Elmer

F.
L.

1.1.1.8.
Samuel Huntington,
1

born in Amesbury, Mass.; married, April

7,

708, Elizabeth Martin.

children, born in amesbury, mass.


*
1. 2.

Samuel, born January 13, 1709-10. Elizabeth, born March 2, 1711-12.

tJO

HUNTINGTON OKNKALOliY.
3.
4.

JniiN, l)oiu DeceiiibcT 24, 1714.

Anne,

l)oni

March

16, 171fi-17,
aii<l

ami mairnMl. Diri-inlur

LT).

17|ti.

Moses Onlway,
*
5.
(i.

lived in Aiiieshury.

Jonathan,
David,

Ijorn Feliruarv 20, 171!t-2i.

l)orn

Fcbniaty

2,

1724-5: prohalily
ot militia at

tin-

David

wlict

wa>

in

an Arafsl)niy coiniiany
7.

Bunker

Hill.

Jacob, born De(enii)er

29, I72<!.

1. 1. 1.

S. 1.
1.'!.

Samiki. iliNTiNGioN, born .laimary

1701)

in, in

Aniesbnrv

Mass.;

marricil, .lannary ID, 17.I7, Aliitrail Ma.xlield, of Salislmry.

IllI.DHKN,

BOKN

IN AMK>BritY.

M AS8.

1.

* * *

2.
:{.

4.
r>.

Jacob, boru June 10, 1741. John, boru Dec-ember 21, 174:^. JOSHCA. JoSKPH, Ijorn in Aincsbury, June

7,

17.'>;{.

Joanna, married

Jost'ph Colby, ot

Weare, X. H.

1. 1. 1. 8. 1. 1.

Jacob Huntington, born June


June
13, 17(;5, Elizabeth (iodin,

l(i.

1741, in Amesbury. .Mass.: married,


in his native

and lived
(

town.

IMI.DKKX.

Tile
1.

iiii-tiis

in this

lamily are on the


2.'i,

Amesbury

iveords.

I\iioi>.\,

born Xovend)er
.Vpril 21,

1 7(i6.

2.

Tabitha, born

TCs.

;i.

(JiDKoN, born Se|)tember

19. 1770.

1. 1. 1. S. 1. 1. 3.
(JiDKoN lllNPiNGToN, b(irn Se|)tend)er went from Franeestnwn to Maisliticld. \'t.,
.

19,
in

177n.
1N(i2.

in

Ame>l)nrv, Mass.

lie

His wife's name was

Elizabeth

Cmi.MUKN. BolJN
1.

IN

It-

II

l,I>,

r.

.loiiN,

was marrii'd ami had


H., also

a lamily.

lie

kt'|it

ixiaiiliii'j

house

for .Veadeuiy seliolars in


2.

Tin-tloril, \'t.

.\ma8A

had a tamily, and was a


8iii;,dr

larnici'

and ran

saw mill

at Marshfield. Vt.
:{.

Ukisy, was

living

at .Mai>hlield in

1M."0.

I.
.").

Mahy, married Leonard


HoxiNA, married
Vt.
Ilufus

.Moons, and lived

in

IMainfield.

\'{.

Campbell, and kept

a tavern at .Montpelier,

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
1. 1. 1. 8. 1. 2.

67

John Huntington, born December 21, 1743; Weare, N. H. He served in the Revolution John Stark. He died in 1813.
lived in

married Betsy Hoyt, and


for five years

under Gen.

children.
*
1.

2.

Abner, born in 1782. Samuel, born in 1784, and died

in 1797.

3.

4.

5.
6.

John, born in 1786. Moses, born in 1788; married Olive Peterson, and lived in Weare, N. H. He died in 1846, leaving no cliildren. Betsey, born in 1790; married Jonathan G, Fifield of Weare, N.H. Hannah, born in 1794 married Solomon Holt, of Groton.
;

7.

8.

Benjamin, born in 1796. Samuel, born in 1798; married Harriet M. Hoag, and
Concord, N. H.

lived in

He
1801
;

died in 1838.

9.

Harriet, born
N. H.

in

married Lewis Lull, and lived in Warner,

1. 1. 1. 8. 1. 2. 1.

Abner Huntington,
ried

born
lived in

1782, in

Deborah Boynton, and

Weare, N. H.

Weare, N. H.; marShe died in 1853.

CHILDREN, BORN IN WEARE,


1.

N. H.

2.

Fanny, born in 1810. Betty, born in 1813 married Joseph M.


;

Sargent.

3. 4.

John, born Benjamin.

in 1815.

1. 1. 1. 8. 1.

2.3.
Phil-

John Huntington,
brick,

born in 1786,

in

Weare, N. H.; married Mary

and lived

in

Bennington, N. H.

children, born in weare,


1.

n. h.

Richard, born

in

1809; married
in 1811;

Ehza Chase, and

lived in

Nashua,
lived
in

2.

N. H. Elizabeth, born

married

Burrils,

and

3.

4.
5.

6.

Weymouth, Mass. John, born in 1813, and lived in New Orleans, La. Moses, born in 1815, and lived in Nashua, N. H. Shuea, born in 1817 married John Sumner of Nashua, N. H. Olive P., born in 1819.
;

6S

HUXTIN(JT()N GENKALOGY.

1. 1. 1. H. 1. 2. 7.
I)KX.i.\MiN IIi'XTiNciToN, Ijuni
ill

ll'.H',,

iu Wfiiiv,

X.

II.;

luarrifd Polly

Wilkins, and ri-sided in Ids native town, wliero his ehildivn won- horn.
(

IIII.DKKN.

1.

2.

Andkkw W., l)orn in ls-2s. Makgaukt a., l)orn in l.s.;i.


1. 1. 1. s. 1.
;5.
dani' (^nitiley.

JosurA IlrNTiXGTox,

horn
II.

in

Anushury. Mass.: married

Tlioy lived in Franeestown, X.

CIIII.DltKX.
1.

2.
.S.

Thomas. Jaxk. who


SrsAx. Bktskv.
Sami'KI.,

niai'ried

Xatiian Slei-per.

4.
o.
(!.

niarrii<l

David Cochran, and lived

in

Xew

l>o>ton.

-Joiix. lived in
is

Francestown.

said to have ifone early to Marsldield. A't.

7.

David,

lived in ]\Iarsh(ield.
in X'^ashna.

s.
it.

JoslU'A, lived at one time

Haxxaii,
Sai.i.y.

lived in Franeestown.

10.

11.

AuHiAir..

1. 1. 1.
.I(kSK1MI

cS.

1.

4.
in

IlfXTiNMiiox,

liorn .Inne 7,

17.5.'{.

.Aniesiniry. Mass.:
1!..

married
jso-.'.

Mairji
nnileii

3,

1775,

Mary

Colhy.

Tiiey lived

in

Francestown. X.
Lovcjoy,
_'.').

where they
J.

with the Con;j;regational church in 1779.

IShe dieil .laiuiary

lie Miarrieil again,

August

18, 1802, Persis lie died

who
and

also united witli


his

the Congregational Church,


2(i,

Octoher

IS.'U.

widow May

1842.
(II ii.i>ki:n.

1.

(ii:(i!<i

i:,

Ixjrn
liorii

Xnvcinhcr
in

14. 177ii.
1

2.

.loSKlMi.
17711.

Uennington. then Society Land. X.

1..

.Inly

."il

.'!.

.M

Ain, limn .lnl\ .'II. in Novcniher IS.'fJ.


iu

17s.'!,

married Iddo )sgood. of Keenc. X. V.. She united with the Congregational church
(

Franeestown.
('.. I.orii

in

ISlli.

She had no children.


7ss.
17l'l,

* *

I.
."(.

.loiiN

.Vpril

2<).

KSC.
.'Id,
1
"_'

.\iii(iAii.,

horn Decemlier

<;.

Kiiii

S..

horn Se|)leinlier

and nnilcd with the Second


X.
II.

Congregational cluirch
7.

in Xashiui.
17!).'^i,

Slie

was never married.


1),

Saiiaii. horn

January
'.K

30,

and died Fehruary

17!)5.

8.

SAMri;i,. horn .lulv

179t).

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
1. 1. 1. 8. 1. 4. 1.
married, in 1801,

69

George Huntington, born November 14, 1776, in Francestown, N. H.; Mary Clark. He died February 2, 181C, in Bennington,
in

N. H. After his death his widow moved to the Black River Valley, York, where she died.

New

CHILDREN, born IN BENNINGTON,


1.

N. H.

Joseph, born about 1802; married Rebecca Potter, lived in Dexter, N. Y., in 1859, and had quite a large family of daughters.

2.

Mary, born

1804.

3.

Hugh

4.
5. 6.

Clark, born 1806. Lydia, born 1808, and had a family. Isaac L., born 1810, had five children, and lived in Theresa, N. Y. Sarah, born in 1812, and had a family of daughters.

1. 1.

1.8. 1.4.2.

Joseph Huntington, born July 31, 1779, in Bennington, then Society Land, N. H.; married November 1809, Rebecca Pettee, who was born July 29
1783.

He was

a wheelwright.

He moved

to

Francestown

in 1823,

where he

and

his wife united with the Congregational church.

children, born in BENNINGTON,


1.

N. H.

Catherine

P.,

born December

7,

1810.

2.

Rodney

S.,

born October 20, 1812.

3.

John, born August 12, 1814; married. May 25, 1841, Lucy Boardman, who died in Nashua, N. H., July 22, 1852. He married again, April 6, 1854, Sophronia D. Parker, of Merrimack, N. H. He was a machinist and patternmaker, and resided in Nashua, N. H., from 1852. They were Congregationalists.

4.
5.
6.

George, born October

8,

1817, and died February 15, 1827.

Heman,

born July

16, 1819,

and died October

2,

1831.

Joseph, born September

22, 1823.

1. 1.

1.8.

1.

4.2.2.
20,

Rodney
born February

S.

Huntington, born October

1812; married, January

7,

1841, in Manchester, N. H., Emeliue R. Colley of Bedford, N. H.,

who was

He was a patternmaker, and resided in Nashua, N. H., 8, 1820. where he had been since 1845. They were Congregationalists.
children.
1.

2. 3.

Josephine A., born in Manchester, N. H., December 6, 1841. Elmer C, boru in Manchester, N. H., December 14, 1844.

4.

Quincy M., born in Nashua, N. IL, Kate Maria, born in Nashua, N.


December
15, 1860, of diptheria.

April 12, 1851.


H., August 12, 1852, and died

70

HTTNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

1. 1.

1.8. 1.4. 4.
They
lived in Keene.

John

C. IIintin<;tun, born April 26, 1786, in Francestown, N. H.; mar-

ried in July. 180H, Charlotte Austin.

N. Y.

CHILDREN, BORN IN KEENE,


*
1.

N. Y.
22, 1809.

Ma KG A RET Ann
.JoSKi'ii,

Fisher, born October


17, 1813.

*
* *

2.
.'5.

born January 17, 1811.

Mary

Colry, born February

4.
5.

John C, born June 7, 1814. James Fisher, born October 25, 1815; married Susan Macfarlin. They lived at Au Sable Forks, N. Y., where he died May 4, 1850.
They had no children. George, born March 12, 1817. and died March 16, 1820. Moses Bradford, born March 31, 1818. Roxana Dart, born July 9, 1820. Charlotte, born June 26, 1822, and died May 9, 1843. Rhoda Catherine Stevens, born March 5, 1824, and
August 14, 1831. RiTii R., born October
12, 1826.

6.

7.

8.
9.

10.

ilied

* 11.

1. 1.

1.8. 1.4.4.
June
13, 1843,

1.
Gii.man, born October 22, a shoe maker

Margaret Ann Fisher (IIintington)


1809, in Keene, N. Y.; married,

Murray Gilman,

and farmer. She was a member Keene, N. Y.

of the Congregational cluiirh.

and lived

in

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
3.

71

4.
5. 6.
7.

born November 15, 1848. Ida Jane, born May 2, 1851. Sarah Eva, born August 31, 1853. John Charles Fremont, born June 20, 1858. James Franklin, born July 15, 1860.

Helen Louisa,

8.

Henry,

born August 30, 1862.

1. 1. 1. 8. 1. 4. 4. 3.

Mary Colby (Huntington)


N.
8,

Kent, born February


Kent, a farmer.

17, 1813, in

Y.; married,

February

28, 1833, Lincoln

Keene, She died August

1859.

children.
1. 2.

Rhoda

C.

3.

Clarissa M. Eliza A.

4.

George W.

Mary

A.

Lydia a. Charlotte R.

1. 1. 1. 8. 1. 4. 4. 4.

John
to the

C.

Huntington, born June

7,

1814, in Keene, X. Y.; married

Eliza AMssil.

He was

a farmer, and lived in Schroon, N. Y.

They belonged

Methodist denomination.

children, born in schroon,


1. 2.

n. y.

Julia.

3.

Samuel. George.
Jane.

4.
5.
6.

Sarah Ann.
Albert.

1. 1. 1. 8. 1. 4. 4. 7.
married December
29, 1815.

Moses Bradford Huntington, born March 31, 1818, in Keene, N. Y.; lU, 1847, Sarah Ann Macfarland, who was born December
They
lived in

North Elba, N.

Y.,

where he was engaged

in farming.

They were

^Methodists.

children, born in north ELBA,


1.
2.

N. Y.

3.

born October 26, 1848. James Wallace, born November 13, 1851. Ada Isabell, born May 13, 1854.

Ann Maria,

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

1. 1.

1.8. 1.4.4.8.
Wasiiiukx,
\>(>r\\

KdXAXA Daim
Kt'e-m-.

{I1(

ntincjtox)
l.'>.

July

9,

1H20, in

N. Y.; married, February

1.{H, Alon/.o

Waslihurn. a farim-r living

in

North Elba, X. Y.

They were

Methcjdists,
IX

CHII,I)RKX,
1.

BORN

XOKTIl

KI.liA.

X. Y.

ClIAHI.ES A.

2.

ClIAKl.OTTK B.

3.

DALPHtN
i^i.EAXon.

C.

4.

1. 1.
N. Y.: married, July

1.8. 1.4.4. 11.

Ri TH K. (IlrxTixtiTox) Wasiiiukx, born October 12, 182G, in Keene, 4. 148, Abel Washburn, a farmer living in North Klba,

\.

Tbty were Meth(jdists.


ciiili>i:kn.
1.

horn

in

ndrtii

ki.ija,

n.

y.

2.

Oka Jank. Ci.ara E.


Sarah
E.

3. 4.
.").

AuEi, E.
(ir.ORCiK.

1. 1.

1.8. 1.4.5.
luirn

AiucAii, (HrNTixci ion) Biimi,


ton. \.
II.;

Derember

3(>.

7HS, in Benning-

inarrifd in
2S,

Knvember
IS'.Hi.

INOH. Ebenezer Burtt,

who

died in 1841.

She

(lic.l

January

<

HII.DREN.

1.

ElKXK/.KI!.

2.

Lyi>ia.

3.

f^LDRIDGE.

4.
5.
6.
7.

Samuel.
Geor(;e.

Orandal. Mary.
Francis.
Lydia, Sainuel, George,

8.

Mary and Kraneis were dead

in 1868.

1. 1. 1. S. 1. 1. s.

Sam

I.I

X rix<iT)X, born .Inly


iiaiiiiah Stiekiiey;
tiieir

!',

7:is, in Bennini,'t(>n,

NovemlMT

11,

IS'.'l,

llity

X. 11.: married wrrr both mcmi>ers of the Con-

gregational ehurch in

native town.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
CHILDREN, BORN IN BENNINGTON,
1.
2.

73
N. H.

Joseph

F.,

burn February
^Nlay 28.

6,

1832.
17,

Mary
Ruth

Persis, born N<,vember


A.,

1833

died October 21, 1837.

3.

born

1838; she lived in

De

Soto,

Wis. in 1863.

1. 1.
Mass.; married Elizabeth

1.8.5.
20,

Jonathan Huntington, born February


*
* *

1719-20 in Amesbury,

CHILD.
1.

Elizabeth, born

in

Amesbury, September

IG, 1763.

Christopher Huntington
and
his

1. 2.

Descendants.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

77

2
his

Chkist(jphkr Huntington, probably accompanied


sor,
7,

mother to Windmarried, October

Conn., where he must have spent his youtli.

He

liere

1652, Ruth, daughter of

Wm.

Rockwell, " a prominent and highly respected

member

of the conmiunity."

He

removed, probably, in the spring of 1G54,

to

Windsor records, and the death of another in ]\Iay, 1654, on those of Saybruok. Here he remained until the spring of 1660, when, with a company of the Saybrook colony who had organized themselves into a church, under the care of Rev. James Fitch, he removed to the valley of the Yantic, and with his brother Simon, aided in laying the foundations of the new town of Norwich. He had now reached the prime of his manhood; and proved himself one of the most efficient and useful of the hardy pioneers. His name occurs often in the earlier records of this enterprising town, and always in honorable relations. His house lot was one of the prominent localities in the settlement. In 1668 the general court granted him 100 acres of land, not more than twenty acres of it In 1678, appointed town clerk. In 1685, he was one of the to be meadow. twelve patentees of the new town of Norwich. In 1686 his name occurs as
Sayljrook, as the birth of one child appeared in l()5o, on the

one of the committee "


minister."

to

make

provision

for

maintaining the reverend

His death had occurred

in 1691, as

appears from the probate of his

will.

No He
of

stone marks the resting place of this pioneer of the Norwich settlement.
sleeps, doubtless, not far
rest,

from the banks of the pleasant Yantic,

in the

meadow where

unmarked, the mortal remains of so many of the pioneers the early settlement of Norwich.

CHILDREN.

The death
1.

2.

3.

4.
5. 6.
7.

* * *

of the first Christopher, and the births of all but the first two of this family, are on the Norwich records. CiiKiSTOPHER, born in 1653 lived one year and four months, and died in Saybrook. The first fact appears on the Windsor records, and the second was taken from the Saybrook records, before they were burnt in the old fort. Ruth, born April 13, 1653, and probably a twin with the above Christopher. She probably died in infancy. Ruth, born in Saybrook, in April, 1658; married, March 26, 1681, Samuel Pratt of Saybrook, who came to Norwich with the early settlers. They had one child recorded in Norwich, Samuel Pratt, born February 11, 1683; she died February 14, 1683. Christopher, born November 1, 1660. Thomas, born March 18, 1664.
;

John, bom March

15, 1666.

Susannah, born

in

August, 1668.

78
8.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
Lydia, or as the records liave chosen to enter the name, Lydyah, was born in Norwieli, in August, 1H7'J. Ann. horn in Norwich, October 25,167."): married October is, I61i7 Jonatlian, son of Thomas and Mary (Kiidd) Bintrham. Her husl)and was l)orn April 15, 16 74, and was the third of eleven His father was afterwards (U-acon of the Windham children.
church.
their

9.

He had a family and descendants respectable both numbers and for their characters.

in

1.2.4.
Christopher IIintington, born
"the
first

in Norwieli,

November

1,

1660, being

born of males

in the

town."

Born, thus, during the

first

year of the

and destined to grow up in its infancy, and spend his manly vigor and mature age in its forming period, he was also designed and used Vjy Providence, as a prominent contriliutor to the pro9])erity of its most vital secular interests, and a marked j)illar of support to those of religion.
history of his native town,

His character, molded, mainly,

l)y

the very best of

all

influences, those of a
toil,

quiet home, in which every-day piety hallows every-day

and over wliich a


its

sense of duty rules as the deepest incentive to

its

labors and

pastimes alike,
In a period

unfolded early with every element of consistency and strength.


of

exposure and calling often for extreme advi'nture. he became resolute and In an age devoted to the revival of" a simjile and primitive jiiety, he fearless.
inflexible Christian

became a humble,

at his disposal, trained himself to the

and with the best and am])lest means most intelligent and eflfeetive discharge of
;

every duty, either to

God

or the world.
first wife.

He

married, for his

May

26, 1681, Sarah,

born January, 1663,

daughter of Deacon Thomas Adgate, by his second wife, ]Mrs. Mary Biishnell, She was the mother of his first widow of Richard liushnell, of Saybrook.
ei""ht children,

and died

in

Norwieli, in February, 1705-6, aged 42.

He mar-

ried for his second wife, in October, 1706, Mrs. Judith (Stevens) Brewster,

widow

of Jonathan Brewster, a great grandson of the venerable J^lder Brewster,

the spiritual guide and teacher of the Mayflower pilgrims.

She became the


plain

mother

of four cliildren.
liini

In 1684 the town grant

parcel of land on a

siiiail

near

tlie

mouth

of

Crane brook.
1

In each of the years 16!)1. 1705 and

70!. lie is

on the record as
clerk,

tlie

first

townsman.

He succeeded

Riciiard

Biislim-U, as

town
in

which

otiice

he

transmitted, in due time, to his son Isaac.


In 1695 or '96 he

was appointed deacon, and

lliis

olliee

si

rved with

marked

abilitv to the close of his life.

He

ap|H'ars to iiave

l)eeii

a prai-tical
in

surveyor; and his decision on a dispute regarding land


early day.s an end of
his uncle
all strife.

titles,
tlu'

was

those

He

was, aec<n'dingly, on

commission with

Simon,

to re-ileed the lands

whose

titles

were

in disjiute.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

79

He had become
show.
"all that

In 1705, July 21, he and his brother

an extensive land holder, as the early records abundantly Thomas deed to John Elderkin,

partnership, as
ton, as

our one hundred acres of upland and meadows, which we hold in it was given to us by our honored father, Christopher Huntinghis last will

by

and testament."
in

Conn. Colonial Records show that

Christopher was deputy to the General Court,

he was appointed Justice of the Peace,

May and August 1710, and May 1714, and October 1715.
his
hill in

that

He

died in Norwich,

AprU

24, 1735,

and

remains were interred, as his


the southeast corner of

venerable headstone shows, on the brow of the


the uptown burying lot in Norwich.

CHILDREN, BORN IN NORWICH TOWN, CONN.


*

Ruth, born November 28, 1682. Christopher, born September 12,


Isaac, born February 5, 1688, Jabez, born January 26, 1691.

1686.

Matthew,

born April 16, 1694.

Hezekiah, born December 16, 1696. Sarah, born January 5, 1699-1700. Jeremiah, born December 15, 1702, and
Judith, born September 10, 1707. John, born November 14, 1709. Elizabeth, born May 6, 1712. Jeremiah, born December 20, 1715.

died the next year.

1.2.4.
Ruth (Huntington) Wheelock,
1682; where she married, January
8,

1.
born
in

Norwich, November
IVIass,

28,

1707-8, Ralph Wheelock, of

Windham,
in 1683.

Conn., a son of Capt. Eleazer Wheelock, of Mendon,

who born

She deserves especial notice in this memoir, both for her own great personal worth, and for the excellence and eminence of her descendants. Every tradition respecting her makes her a woman of unusual intelHgence, and of rare piety. Her home, the main theater of her life, was blessed equally by her timely instructions, her holy example, and the administration of a gentle yet She died in Windham, September 1, 1725. firm discipline. Her husband married for his second wife Mercy Standish, by whom he had but one child^ Mary, born November 28, 1728. Ralph Wheelock, the husband of Ruth, was chosen deacon of Windham church in 1729. He died in Windham, October 15, 1748.

children.
1.

2.

Elizabeth, born July Eleazer, born April

18, 1709.

22, 1711;

graduated at Yale College 1733,

with much distinction, and ordained to the work of the ministry, in

80
Lebanon,
in

HUNTINGTON GKNKAI.OOY.
1735, wlicrc he laborrd in
tlie

niiuistry,

and

in

the

work
of

of tt-aohing, until 1770.

Wliih- luri' he ri-ceivt'd the degree


i)f

Doctor of Divinity from the Uuiversily

Edinburgh.

Dur-

ing these years he liad been espeeially sue<-e8sful in teaching

Indian youtli
vicinity, led

and Hanover, X.H., .\cademy for the thorough training of su<di English ami Imiian youth as might be commi-tti'd to his care. Thither he repaireil. ami here he had the satisfaction of laying the foundations of what has since become Dartmouth College, of which he was the first President. He married for his first wife, Mrs. Sarah Maltby, a daughter of Rev.
post,

and the growth of the him to seek a more retired


;

wliite population in that

was chosen

as the best place for establishing an

John Davenport,

of Stamford, Conn.,

and

for his seioiul.

Miss
first

Mary Brismade,
wife,

of Milford.

Conn.

Ruth, a daugiiter of his

was the wife of Rev. Dr. Wm. Patten, 1). D.. of Halifax, ^lass., and mother of the Rev. Dr. Wm. Patten, of Hartford, Conn. She was a woman of marked accomplishments. Another daughter, Mary, marrii-d Prof. Woodward, of Dartmouth College^ John graduAi)igail married Prof. Ripley, of the same college.
ated in the
first

class of

Dartmouth,

in 1771.

and succeeded

bis

father in the Presidency of the college, which office he

filleil

nearly forty years.

His only child, a (laughter, became the wife

of the Rev. Dr. Allen, of

Northampton, and President

of

How-

doiu College.
RiiTii, born

Two

other of Eleazer's sons. Col. Eleazer, and


at

James, also graduated


3.

Dartmouth College.
Pomcroy. of

May

25, 1713.
.i.

4.

AnKiAir,, born March

1717; married the Rev. Dr.

Hebron, Conn., and was the mother


to
5.
t>.

of seven diildren,

who

lived

honor their parentage.


20, 1720.
7,

John, born January


Saijaii. born .July

and died on the


of

2!)th

of sanu- month.

1725
t-ii

married, December 21, 1742, tinseph


lii-st

Hingiiam. and hatl se\

chiliiren. the

whom was

Jerusba.

born ()ctoi)er 15. 1713; married. Septendn-r 19. 1769. Rev. !^amuel Kirklaml. the missionary to the Indians in Oneiila.

Ni-w York,

and father

ol

Dr.

.lolin

Kirkland.

tin-

distinguished President of

Harvard Universitv. trom isio

to 1.S2S.

Cuius urn
I

i;

II

in<;
I.

ion, born
IS.

in

Norwich. Septrnd)er

12. ItiSii,

and

married,

first.

I'llHiiaiy

1717

Al>igail.
tlu'

widow
2,

of

Harnabas l^athrop,

wiio had ilied

.Mav 27.

I71n.

She lierame

motiier of eight children and

died .lune

2, 173<i.

He

married, second.

May

1733. Eli/alieth Ensworth.


2.
1

of Canterlmry, Conn.,

who

hail

one child, and died March

7.31-5.

He

married, third, .June

4, 174<>,

Mary Rrewster, who died without

children, De-

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
cember
24,

81

when he mavried, fourth, February 7, 1750-1, Mrs. Mary who died March 14, 1761. This Christopher removed to Xorwich, West Farms, and here he lived, a useful man and consistent Chrif-tian, and died February 11, 1759. His first
1749;

Gaylord, of Hebron, Conn.,

wife was the

fifth

daughter of Caleb and Margaret (Post) Abel, and was born

March

16, 1690.

CHILDREN.
This family were
*
1.

all born in Norwich and recorded Christopher, born June 20, 1719.

there.

2.

3.

Elisha, born September 22, 1720. Ruth, born August 3, 1722, and married Joshua Sherman
She died
in 1742. 26, 1723.

in 1741.

4.

AzARiAH, born November

* * * *

5. 6.
7.

Margaret, born November

23, 1724.

8.
9.

Theophilus, born September 12, 1726. Barnabas, born May 29, 1728. Sarah, born April 27, 1730. Elizabeth, born February 3, 1734-5, and died October

25, 1758.

1. 2. 4. 2. 1.
Christopher Huntington, born June
20,

1719,

in

Norwich, Conn.
lived in Bozrab,

He

married, September 29, 1748, Sarah Bingham.

They

Conn., where he died suddenly in March, 1800.

children.
This family were
1. 2. 3.

all

born

in

Norwich,

New

Concord Society.

Christopher, born July 14, 1749, and died in 1759. Sarah, born January 28, 1750-51, and died single in Bozrah. Abigail, born June 13, 1753. She married, November 17, 1778,
Job Talcott,
of Bolton,
14,

Conn.
1755.

4.

Ruth, born August

She married, September

22, 1775, in

the distinguished divine. Dr.

Thomas Baldwin, who was born

Bozrah, Conn., December 23, 1753, and was settled as pastor of


the second Baptist church of Boston,

who

died August 29, 1825.

November 11, 1779, and She was an amiable woman, and an


of

excellent wife.

young.
*
5.

They had six children, the most Her death occurred February 11, 1812.

whom

died

6.

Thomas, born October 28, 1757. Christopher, born March 31, 1766.
1. 2. 4. 2. 1. 5.

Thomas Huntington,
first wife, in

born October 28, 1757.


14, 1779,

He

married, for his


of

Windham, October

Nabby, daughter

Ebenezer and

OJ

HUNTINGTON GKNKALOGY.

Sarah (Clark) liackus. and tor bis second wife, a Griswold. He lived at one time in or near Middletown, Vt., and was a justice of the ])eaee for Rutland county. He was also a deacon of the Baptist church in Middletown, al)out
the year 1X20, after which
lie

rt-nioved to Dresden,

>'.

Y.. as a letter to Dr.

Joshua Huntington,

in

lHo2. states.
(

iiii.i)i:i;x.

The
tliem,

first

five
1

of

tiiis

family were lorn in Bo/.raii, and

last, ))rol)al)ly. in

Middletown. Vt.

have
(1.

lieen
."5.

unable to learn anything definite from any of


(3.

though Elijah.

4. 3. 11.

J visiting that
in

j)art

of

Vermont,

in iJSln.

found the family then residing there, and


1.

very respectable circumstances.

2.

3. 4. 5.
<i.

Backus. John. Erastis,


Naijuv.
^iiXKi;\A. NoKI,.

liorn in Bozi-ah,

Conn.

X*

f^m ~m

i-w

X* O* Oa
l'hel)e

EitAsi'cs llcN riN(rroN, born in Bozrah. Conn., man-ied,

Fulsom.

CHILDREN.
*
1.

Back IS

Bkn.ia.min, born in Fairliaven, Vt.

1.2.4.2. 1.5.3.
I>A(

1.

Bkn.jamin HcNTiN(;TON,born in Fairhaven. A"t.: married, .\pril 20, l.s.")l, in Dresden, N. Y., Lydia Eunhemia, daughter of John and Ho.xana ( Elethorp) Nichols. She was born January 29, 1S32, at Crown Point, N. Y. He was a laborer, and niove<l from New York state in lS,5f) to Shawano. Wis., where he died Sej)temlici- 1. l!ti)4. He served in the Civil War as jtrivatc in the 32d Wisconsin Regiment, Co. G, and was mustered out at the
close of the war.

MS

They

are Baptists.
CHII.DKICN.

1.

Jri.iAii ia
ried

1'iiii>ii.ia,

born July

11. 1K53. in

Dresden, X.

V.:

mar-

March
in

30,

1874, in Sliawano. Wis..

Harry .Vamn Hadeau

they live
* * * *
*
2.

Bran(h)n, Wis.

3. A.
.';.

Gkoimjk WiMiKit, born January 3. IS.jo, in I'iconderoiia, N. V. CiiAiNCY BAKrs, l)()rn Novend)er 2;">. I.s."i9. in Sliawano. Wis.
Ei.MF.K Ei.i.swoirni, born February 23,
l.S(il,

and died

in infancy.

Wir.i.iAM Shkr.man. born

May

3,

1H64, in Eldorado, Wis.

(J.

7.

Bkrtik ERNKsr. born .\pril RosK Lykia, l)orn .Inly 21,

23. 1871, in

1S71. in

Sliawano, Wis., Alva Osburn.

Empire, Wis. Shawano. Wis.; married, Tliey live in Shawano, Wis.

in

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

83

1.2.4.2. 1.5.3. 1.2.


George Wilber Huntington,
N.
Y.;
7,

born January
also dead.

3,

1855, in Ticonderoga,

married March 30, 1874, in Shawano, Wis., ^latilda Jesse.


1904, in Shawano.

He

died

July

His wife

is

CHILD.
1.

Charles Benjamin, born

lived in

Deer River, Minn.,

in 1908.

1. 2. 4. 2. 1. 5. 3. 1. 3.
born November 25, 1859, in Shawano, September 4, 1881, in Shewano, Wis., Anna ]Maria, daughter of Sorn and Julia (Hanson) Peterson. She was born July 1, 1862, in Winchester, Wis., and died Xovember 10, 1893, in Shawano, Wis. He married, second, September 28, 1895, in Shawano, Loa Belle, daughter of Henry and Mary Elizabeth (Howe) Cole. She was born September 11, 187 7, in Shawano, Wis. He is a laborer, and moved from Shawano City, Wis., March 29, 1907, to Gresham, Wis., where they now live. They are Methodists.
Wis.:

Chauncy Backus Huntin(tTON,


married,
first,

children.
1.

William Benjamin,
in

born July

14, 1882, in

Shawano, Wis.;

lives

Gresham, Wis.
born October
18, 1904, in
19, 1884, in Shawano, Wis.; married Townsend, Wis., Charles Henry Cole.

2.

Anna Maria,
September

They
3.

live in

Shawano, Wis.
21, 1888, in Marinette, Wis.; lives in

John Elmer,

born February

4.

Shawano, Wis. Gertie, born December Wis.

12,

1890; died July 23, 1896, in Shawano,


1897, in Shawano, Wis.;

5.

Ethel Elizabeth,
lives in

born February

16,

6.
7.

Gresham, Wis. Denie, born and died May

Eva Luella,

12, 1899, in Marinette, Wis. born January 23, 1901, and died July

1,

1902, in

Shawano, Wis.
8.

9.

10.

11.

born October 5, 1902, in Shawano, Wis.; Gresham, Wis. Myrtle Willma, born February 21, 1905, in Shawano, Wis.; lives in Gresham, Wis. Bernerd Erwin, born June 28, 1907, and died July 5, 1907, in Shawano, Wis. Vernerd Erwin, born June 28, 1907, and died November 14,
lives in

Chauncy Raymond,

1907, in Shawano, Wis.

84

HUNTIN'GTOX ORNKALOOY.

W'li.i.iAM

biiKKMAN
lit-

1 1

T x iiNii lox.
I.s8.").

lioiii

May

.5,

l.S(i4.

ill

El Dorado.

Wis.; married Novcnilu-r 17.


rlolin

in Shawiiiio.
tiiiii'

Wis., Bessie Mae, daujrliter of

Scars.

iiian-ii'd

a sih'oikI

.\uirust G. 1H9^. in Sliawano, Wis.,

Matrona
died

Ellen, dauirlitei- of Denis


IS. 1.S9G. in

and .Marv
\\is.

.Malissy

(Vance) Sullivan.

She
in

Jiiiif

Shawano,
(

lie married, third. .Inly 4.

l!o(.

Belle Plaine. Wis.. Eleanor

Jertrude. daiiuhtei' of Syiliiey Pliillander

and Silva

Almira (Prouty)

\'aii

Ornian.

She was
:

liorn

May

IS. 1SS2.

He
and

is

a carpenter

and

stuiieiiiasou
\'.)i>:>
:

lie

lived in Sliawano City. Wis.:


to

moved
19(i6,

to C'randon, Wis.. to (rresliani.

March Wi<.. March


_'.",

hack

Shawano. Wis., .March


lives.

_'.

1.

1Ihi7.

where he now

ClllLDRKN.
1.

A\'ai

IKK Er(;KXK, horn June


horn .May

2.'!,

issc, in Sliawano. Wis.: lives in

iMarinctte. Wis.
2.

Chestkr Dk Vax,
Gresham.
^^
is.

14. ls!i4, in

Shawano. Shawano.

A\'is.:

livi-s in

;{.

Mm,

I,

ICY Vioi.A, horn A]iril is.

1S!h;, in

A\'is.:

lives

in

Gresliani.
4.

Wis.
-i."),

Haki-EY Ehnkst, horn April


(ircsham. Wis.

1901. in

Shawano. Wis.:

lives in

.").

WlNKEi!i>
lives in
()i!A

Ai:N()1.i>.

horn Septemi)i'r

L'7, llo;i,

in IJclIc I'lainc

Wis.;

6.

Gresham, Wis. LiciM.K. born Ajiril


Wis.

2, 190.'), in

C'laiidon. Wis.; lives in (Jres-

liain,

1.2.4.2. 1.5.3.
Bi;i{
III'.

1. a.
"i.'i.

1S71, in l'aii|)ire. \\'is.: IIiXTixcrnx. horn A]>ril 1S9'2. in Shawano. \Vis.. .Vnna Lisetle. daicj,hlcr of She was horn Ajiril (i. 1S7I. Auiinst Jolin ami Caroline (Kemnety) ivenschel. in Ik'rlin, Germany. He lived in Shawami. Wis.; moved to .loluisoii .Siding, lie is a liarber. Wis., May 21, 1!MI4 moved to Crandon. Wis., .May 2, 190."), and then to (iresham, Wis., where he now li\c>. They are Mcthodi>ls.

Ei;XKSi

married Septemlier

I.

ciiiiniiKN.
1.

III'

K \i( Ki,h>,
.Vi.i Ki!i,

liorii

.Inly II. is!(|, in

.Shawano,

\\'i>.

2.
:i.

HiiMiK IIakky

horn .lamiary 21,


9,

l.S9i, in

.*^hawano. Wis.

Ci.irioKi), horn July

1.S97, in

.Shawano, Wis.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

85

1. 2. 4. 2. 1. 6.
Chkistopheu Huntington, born March
2U, 1794,

31, 1766.

He

married,

Lucy, daughter of Jeremiah and Dorothy (Hills) Culver.

May He was a

physician,

and resided

in

Bozrah, where he died, July

17, 1821.

His widow

was, in 1857 living in Manchester, at the age of 89, with her daughter, JMrs.

Marble.

CHILDREN.
This family were
*
1.

2.

all born in Bozrah, Conn. BALinviN, born October 17, 1795. Nauby, born August 3, 1797, married, February 27, 1813, Horace Bidwell, of South Manchester, where they resided in 1858. He was a farmer. The}- had children.

Ruth

*
*

3.

4.
5.

Christopher, born July 22, 1799. Elisha Hyde, born December 3, 1803. T^UCY, born December 21, 1805, married

the Hon.

AVm. B. Spooner,

merchant, of Boston, where they resided.


*
0.

Sarah, born May

2.

isio.

1. 2. 4. 2. 1. 6. 1.

married

Ruth Baldwin (Huntin(tTOn) Boutelle, born October in December 1818, David Boutelle. He was a merchant

17,
in

1795;

Boston,

Mass., where his wife died in December. 1823.

CHILDREN.
*
*
1. 2.

Mary Baldwin,

born December

12, 1819.

Caroline Ruth, born June

18, 1823.

1. 2. 4. 2. 1. 6. 1. 1.

Mary Baldwin (Boutellk) Snow, born December 12, 1819; married November 13, 1838, Benjamin Snow, Jr., who was born October, 1813. ]\lrs. Snow died October 21, 1851, and her husband died INlay 16, 1892.
CHILDREN.
*
*
1. 2.

Francis Hi^ntington, born June

29, 1840.

3.

Martha Boitelle, l)oi-n April 13. 1842. Mary Caroline, born July 30, 1844; died
Benjamin Hall, born October
P^MMA Louise, born April
1,

August

19, 1847. 17, 1874.

4.
5.

13,
;

1848; died January


died July 28, 1851.

1851

86

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

1.2.4.2.
Jane

1. 6. 1. 1. 1.

FitANCis iriNTiNcjTox Sxow, born June 29, 1840: married July 8, 1868, Aiki-n, who was born June 5, 1843. He died SepU-niber 16, 19U8.

Dr. F.

There was never an educator II. Snow, and the news of

in

Kansas so well known


death
in

to its people as

his

Delafield. Wisconsin, on the

twentietli of Septeml)er, brought a sliock of rrief

and a sense of pain and perini])aired

sonal loss to tens of thousands of our citizens.


for about a year,

His health had bi'en

and during that time he had been ai)le to render little active service in his department of university work. But through the summer, which he spent in Wisconsin and Michigan, there had been such improvement in his
conditi(jn that a complete restoration to health

was hoped

for.

At the

last

the

end came suddenly and almost painlessly. Francis Huntington Snow was of New
Fitchburg,
]\Iass.,

1-higland ancestry,

and was born


in the

in

June

21).

1840.

In

l.Sd'i

he was graduated from Williams


taught for a time

College with the

first

honors of his

class.

He

Fitchburg

High School, and took a course in the Andover Theological Seminary, but was induced by the late Governor Charles Robinson to come to Kansas as a numHere began the rt'al work ber of the first faculty of the University of Kansas. of Doctor Snow's life, and from Sc])tcn)ber, IStJG, to the day of his death, tlu-re was no break in his connection with the institution that ln' loved so dearly ami served so efficiently; this service extended over more than forty-two years
Trained as a
classical student,

circumstances reipiired Doctor Snow to give


it

himself to scientific studit-s; and

was

in this fiehl that his


first

great work as a

teacher and investigator was done.


necessary that cmc

In that

faculty of three

men,

it

was

man

should cover the fields of work that are

now

distributed

among more than two .score of instructors; but as the university and its faculty grew, Doctor Snow gradually narrowed the (iel<l of his greatest activity, until
in

the later years of hjs

life tin-

major

p;n

ot iiis

work was

in

entomology.

In

this field

he earni'd an enviable
gi\ing to the university
al

re|)iilation

as a scientific investigator.
all

For

thirty yeais be led collecting e.\])editions to

jiarts of tlu>

country that re-

sulted

in

museum one
iiis

of

the largest autl most valuable

entoinologif

collections in

thi'

I'nited Stales, and

he turned

his

scientifit-

kunwletlge (o practical account in

plan

foi-

saving farm crops from the

ravages of the chihch

liugs.

In aildition lo liicse manifold activities.

Doctor
years

Smow conducted
of his

meteorological investigations of gi-eat \alue,and the

last

lite offereii a

course of study

in

organic exobition to ad\anced students

of the university.
in l.H!)o

Doctor Snow was elected the


in this

fifth

chancellor of

tlu'

University of

Kan>as, and

capacity served with rare


in

a<

ceptance for eleven years, the

longest tenure of service for any chancellor


to
lo
tlic pieseiit

the history of the institution up

lime.

In chancellor Snow's adniinistralion the institution began


of

take on the cliaracler

re:il

university; and the buildings. e(|ui|iment,


all

size of faculty,

and nundxT of students,

|iractically
ti>e

doubled within

tliis

period.

In met'ling the prolileins

and making

necessary adjustments

in a

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
transition period like this, cool

87

judgment and

skill

are indispensable; and the


to the university

watchfulness and tact of Chancellor


points of vantage, and averted

Snow gave

numerous

many dangers

that seemed impending.

The
in-

arduous labor, the heavy weight of responsibility, and the nervous strain
volved in the work of the chancellorship proved too

much

for the

endurance of
resigned the
of

Chancellor Snow, and his hitherto rugged health gave way.


History, which position he held for the rest of his

He

chancellorship in 1901, and was appointed to the professorship


life.

Natural
he was

Doctor Snow was trained


a teacher of men;
if

for the Christian uiinistr}-,

and

all his life

he taught from the class-room and the laboratory rather than from the pulpit, none the less he tauglit lessons of divine truth and righteousness.

And

his

buoyant

ho])c. his inflexible integrity, his tireless energ\-,

his contagious enthusiasm, his loving faith, his simple manliness,

all

these

touched the

lives of those

thousands of students with

whom

he came
action.

in

contact

as a benediction, stimulating

them

to noble irleals of life

and

CHILDREN.
1.

William Appleton,
1899.

1)orn .Tune

2^),

1869; drowned October


l.s7o.

10,

2.

3.

Martha Boutelle, born September 10, Mary Margaret, born August 10, 1872.

4.
5.
G.

Edith Huntington, born September 12, 1875. Francis Law^rence, born December 8, 1882. Harold Hokton, born September 17, 1888; died June

9,

1889.

12421B1
Mahtha Boutelle (Snow) Wallace,
George Wallace, who was born December Mrs. Wallace is a resident of Xewton, Mass.

12
born Ajnil
13.

1842: married
2G, 1900.

22, 1835,

and died July

children.
1.

Mary Huntington,

born December

1,

18GG.

2.

3.

4.

MAR(iARET Snow, born January 25, Kate Boutelle, born November 3, Robert, born March 22, 1884.

1870. 1875.

1.2.4.2. 1.6. 1.2.


September

Caroline Ruth (Boutelle) Dole, born June 21, 184fi, Abram S. Dole.
CHILDREN.
1.

18,

1823

married,

2.

David Boutelle, born March 28, Thomas Richardson Boutelle,

1849.

born February

4,

1851.

88

HL'NTINGTON GKNKALOGY.

1.2.4.2. 1.6.
CiiinsKHMiKi!
.M;irv \\'(1)1). of
.IiiMc N. 1m;!4.
ill

;j.
1

Ill

N Tixc Tox. bDiii


lli'

.Iiilv

2J.

79^.

aiiil

marrifd.

in

1><23,
dieil,

Wiiidliaiii.

was

a di-aU'r in

slioi'S. in

Hartford, and

that city, ids wife surviving

him

aioiit

a dcizen \ears.

IMl.KIIKX. t)l:X

IX

IIAl; IKolIIt.

(UXX.

1.

C'liAKi.KS. born

May

29. 124.
2!>.

2.

(jKoiiCK. Ijorn
litT

XovcnduT
Ill'

ix2t;.

and died

in .Mol)ili'. Ala..

Septemin

29,

l.'.i.

was
4.

at tlu' time of his ik-ath a ch-rk

comnHssion h(juse.
*
.'{.

Ili:xi;v.

horn .Scptcmbrr

1S29.

1.2. 1.2.
CiiAiti.K.s

1.

(>.

3. 1.
May
29. 1.S24:

IIixi

IX(;

lox,

i)orn

in

Hartford.

married

at

(u-neva, X. Y.. Au<;iist 24.


in<.Cton. 111.

I.s4t!.

.Susan .\mi'lia Tondinson.

and lived was

in Hlooni-

He was

for a time in the shoe business, but later

a railroad

engineer.

His wife was horu June 20, 1827, and died November
of (Jeneva.

IH. 1k.")7.

and

was a daughter of Harvey Tonilinson.


cmi.nitKX,
1.

X. Y.
ii.i..

lioi.'X

IX

lii.ooMixcTOX.
.'!<i.

.Maim

Isaisi.i.i.a. l)orii -July

1.S4 7.

2.
.S.

(Jkoim;!-:

Wii.i.ia.m. born

June

22. 1S;jO, antl died

Ei>\VAl!i)
18.54.

IlAiiVKV. born

November

27. ISfiS,

Mareh and died

l.i.

is.">4.

.Xpril

24,

1.2. 4. 2.
Hi;xi;v
1
1

1.

(5. ;5.

3.
I.

rx

riX(;

ox.

Iiorii

in

iiaitt'oni. Se|itcinlier

1S2II;
isi!'.

married.

Septend)er
livinsr in

I.

IS.jO.

Iluldah (row.

who was

born. .lanuaiy 21.


in is"),s.

He was

Valparaiso. Ind.. and was a farmer


(

II

II.DKKX.
II..

IIOI.'X

IX

AI.rAltAISd.

IXI>.
2(!,
l.s.").'{.

1.

Ciilsis loriiKi:

born April

(I.

1851, and died Xovendier


12. 185;{.

2.

Amki.ia Ki:ax(
(4koU(;i.
W'ii.i.i

i:s.

born .Marcli

3.

am, born .\ugust

11.185.").

1
lOi.j.SiiA

I
.'!.

IlvDK

Ilr.v riNiiToX.

born I)eeendn'r

l.so.t.

His early

life

was spent
long
with

in his nativ*'

town,

in llic

family of a liani \Miiking farmer, where he


Ibit

aecpiiriMl habits of inilnstr\

and tconoiny.

he was too aini)itious to delve

'

among the stony litlds of M(j/rah. ami tried his fortune at shoe making, Again he made an attempt in S<heneehis eMer brother, in Hartford.
where he married, Sep-

tady. X. Y., and in a few months reniove<l to Geneva,

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

89

tember 19, 1825, Phebe AA'hite. Remaining here about three 3'ears, he went to Canandaigua, where he lived about the same time, when he removed to his permanent home in Penn Yan. He was a man of unusual activity and energy in business, knowing no such word as fail. For the last three or four years of his life he was engaged in business in Chicago, 111. He was, also, i)resident of the ^lercantile Bank, at Beaver Dam, Wisconsin. lie was attacked with paralysis on the Gtli of January 1857, in Chicago, where he died on the 15tli of the same month. His remains were intered in Penn Yan, where his family had continued to reside.

CHILDREN.

The first two Penn Yan.


1.

of this familj'

were born

in

Canandaigua, and the


11, 1827,

rest in

Charles Porter,

born September

and died

in

Canan-

daigua, October 18, 1829.


2.

Mary

3.

4.
5.

C.

Catherine, born October 17, 1829; married, at Penn Yan, September 2, 1850, James Morgan, son of Samuel S. and Sarah (Armstrong) Chapman of Penn Yan. He was born October 10, 1827, and lived in Cincinnati, Ohio in 1860. P^DWARDS White, born February 3, 1832, and died in Penn Yan, October 18, 1833. Edward.s Charles, born June 10, 1834. Lucy Sophia, born June 20, 1836, and lived in Penn Yan in 1860. William Spooner, born October 2, 1839.

1. 2. 4. 2. 1. 6. 4. 4.

Edwards Charles Huntington, born June


7,

10, 1834, married,

October

1857, Cornelia Bradley, daughter of

Wm.

Send) Lamport.

He was

a druggist in his
111.,

Henry and Mary Ellen (Townnative town, until November 1859,


Avas living in 1860.

when he removed

to Galesburg,

where he
child.

1.

Cora Louise,

born February 22, 1859, in Penn Yan, N. Y.

1. 2. 4. 2. 1. 6. 4. 6.

William Spooner Huntington,


X.
Y.; married,

born October

2,

1839, in

Penn Yan,

October

1859, in Springfield,

]\Iass.,

Fannie A. Dearborn.

She was born in Gilmanton, N. H., and died August 6, 1909, in Concord, N.H. He was cashier of the First National Bank in Washington, D. C, where he died March 1872. They were Episcopalians.
,

children.
1.

2.

Daughter, died in infancy. William Spooner, born January

15, 1871.

90

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

1.2. 4.2. 1.6.4.6.2.


Wii.i.iAM
ton,
I).
(".;

Spooneu Huntington, born January


A])ril
7,

1.").

1X71. in

WashingLouise,

married,

l!Ou,

in

Hradfonl. Vt..

Katlierini'

(laughter of

Harry Elwood and Annie Maria (Weston) Parker.


Lisbon. N. H.

She was born

July
X.

<.K

187!. in
is

llf
II.

TreasuiH'r of the .Meii'iniack County Savings Bank, of Concord.


lived in

He

Washington,

I).

C. and moved

to

Concord. X.

II..

where

he now

lives, iu 1883.

They are

Episcopalians.
ClIIM).

1.

Pahkkk, born Januarv

2('>.

1!11.

1. 2. 4. 2. 1. 6. 6.
.Sauaii
1X2H.
(

lIiN riN(iT()N) Maijiu.k, born

May

2.

ISlo; married.

.Vpril

.'!<

Henry

.Marl)]c. a

paper nianut'acturer. of North Manchester. Conn.


CIIII.DKKN.

1.

Hariukt Elizabktii.
CuAin.KS.

liorii

October

12, 1829.

2.
.'}.

Hknky.
(iKoRtiK,
is

4.

dead.

1.

2. 4. 2. 1. 6. 6.
March
.Mr.
2.'i.

1.
October
12,
Ct.,

Hahhiet Em/.ahktii (Mauiu.k) WiiiTK,


Manchester,
Ct.:

born

1829, in

married.

18.")3,

in

Manchester,

Morgan

Edward, son
18, 18;iU, in

Henry and Wapping, Ct.


of

Jt-rusha (Hai'ber)

White.

He was born October,


lit-

White was a
lie

inillwiiglit in early life,

later iu the Postal servict-.


Civil
11)02.
\\ ar.

where

served 20 years.

but

scuta substitute.
Congregationalists.

He

died

in

and was was drafted for the Manchester. Ct.. OctoJHT 2."!.

They were
Mrs. Whit"

was living

in

.Manchester, with her daughter Harriet,


CKII.I).

iu i;Mt8.

1.

llAi:i;ii.r

II

riNc; rox,

born October

4, 18;')8, in

Mancluster. Ct.

1. 2. 4. 2. 2.
Ei.ihiia

Hun

riN(iT(N, born Septt-mbcr 22. 1720, in


;il,
1

Xorwich, Conn.

He
died

married, December

7fio,

Dinah. dau'_ditcr probal)ly of .Samuel and Dina


l)orn in

(Hatch) Chapman.
as aj)pears

She was

New

London,

iluly 2o. K.'iJ.

He

from the Xorwich records, February

12, 17ti(i.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
CHILDREN.
Both children of this family have their births recorded * 1. Elisha, born April 23, 1762.
2.

91

in

Norwich,

Dinah, born February 13, 1765. and married, May 19, 1786, Samuel Judd. At least, such a marriage is on record, and this is the
probable Dinah.

1. 2. 4.

2. 2. 1.
West Farms, Xorwich. 3, 1765, and who
3,

Elisha

IIuNTiN(iT<)N, born April 23, 1762, in

He

married, ]\Iay 20, 17.S4,

Nancy Rudd, who was born July


died in Franklin, Februai'y

died January 25, 1848.

He

1833.

CHILDREN.
This family were all born in Franklin. * 1. Charles, born June 8. 1785.
* *
2. 3.

Anna, born January Merane, born Ajn-il

31, 1787.
23, 1789.

* *
* * *

4.
5. 6.
7.

Asher, born August 14. 1791. Talitha, born February 13, 1794. Lydia, born December 29, 1795. Jonathan Rudd, born December
ZiBA. born September
12, 1801.

14, 1798.

8.

1. 2. 4. 2. 2. 1. 1.

Charles Huntington, born June


1."),

8,

1785, in Franklin, Conn.; married

Cynthia, daughter of Eleazor and Prudee (Rogers) Tracy, of Franklin,


1809.

March

He

died in Norwich, October

1,

1816.

children, born in franklin, conn.


1.

Cornelia Rudd, born


and had

A])ril 10, 1811,

married Joseph

II. Pettis,

thi-ee children.

They

lived in Brooklyn, N. Y.

2.

Carlos Tracy, born August 6, 1813, married, June 6, 1854, Ellen J. Cobb of Norwich city. He returned from a successful visit to
California,

and was afterwards a money broker

in

Wall

street,

3.

New York. Nancy Rudd,

born September 22, 1815, married George Howard, and had three children. Thev lived in Tan-vtown, N. Y.

1.2. 4. 2. 2.
Anna
married, February 25, 1813, John Cook.

1. 2.
resided in Norwich, Conn.

(IIuNTiN(iTON) Cook, born January 31, 1787, in Franklin, Conn.:

They

Mrs. Cook died

in

Norwich, February

5,

1860.

92

HUNTIXOTON GENEALOGY.
CHILDREN.
1.

HiTH Ann.

born

December

IG, 1K17; niiirriiMl

Wm.

II.

Huek. of
S.

Albany, N. Y.
2.

Sakah

IIowaui). born November


born Novemlu-r

is. IHlSt;

married \.

Went-

worth. of Xorwicb eity.


3.

LrcY Latmkui',

l.i.

ls-22: marrii'<l

William Clfur

shire, of All>any.
4.

N. Y.
7,

LvDiA Tkacy, born August

ls-27.

>

4.

>

>

Q
April
2:{.

Mkkank

(lIiNTiN(ir()N) IJknnkt, born


2!,

17s!i; married,
Tliis

in

Franklin, January

IHIG, Jonathan B. IJennet, of

Canteibmx.

tamilv

lived in Nelson. N. Y..

where she died

in

October.

1S.")2.

Ciril.DltKN.
1.

CiiAiti.KS Tt itNEli.

born November

27, ISKJ.

2.
;J.

TAKixtx IlrxTiNGTON, born June


AIautjia, who
is

2."^,

Isis.

dead.
Ki. IHllt.

4.
."j.

Mekane.
Joseph

born November
born

H..

November

27, 1.S22.
4,

G.
7.

AsAiiEL P^MSiiA, born July

182G.

Palmeh.

12
AsiiKi:

4 2 2

14
She was born
is.ji;.

lIiN

i.NciToN, l)orn

August 14.17!n.in Kiimklin. Conn.: marrietl


in

Lydia. dawghtcr of Daniel and l.ydia (Rogers) Hyde.


lin,

Frank-

Conn., .\iigust

2."),

17It.').

Tliey lived in Vernon. Conn., until


I'a.. in

IS."!."),

when
I.*".

they went to

I'ennsylvania, and to Athi-ns,


1.H2.

He

dird ,hine

1G0; his wife died August 27,


Cirii. DICI.N.
1.

IXCII'I

l.Mi

rili:

A>l.

WKKE KoKN

IN

KKNON. CONN.

2.

and diet! July 2, 1819. Lvi>i A Ji III TiA. bniM Angust24, 1818, and died October 19, 1819. II\i;i;ii,i ilvi.i;. lK)rii July 17.1820: married, .\ugust 2."). 1839, i-iicins II. Heniiet. and died .Vpril 21, 1842, leaving one daughter
IIai!i:ii:i

IIvli;, Ikmii J.uinary 12, 117,

who
4
.)

has since died.

IIk/.ekiaii. iiorn October 19. 1X22.

^^l.|\ Ti;
Xa.n< V

\<

>

Ih.iii

Ocfobci-

1,

I.S24.

Mauia.

l)orn .May 14, 1.S27.


.'U.

CiiAiti,E> OscAii, born Deceinl)er

1X29.
S|)rini:lield. I'a..

K\

1,1

V.N

IIvDK, born June

IH. 1H;{9. in

and died

in .Vthcns, I'a.,

Decetubur

IG, 180G.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

93

1.2.4.2.2.1.4.4.
Hezekiah Huntington, born October
married,
19,

1822, in Vernon,

Conn.;

November
15, 1890.

18, 1850,

Sarah

INI.

Gates.

He was
2,

a farmer and lived in

East Smithfield, Penn., where he died September

1884.

His wife died

October

CHILDREN.
1.

2.

3.

Florence Caroline, born in July 1851 died in 1877. Charles Asher, born in January 1855. George Lincoln, born in East Smithfield, January 21,
;

18()2.

4.

William, born

in 1867; married,

December

29, 1893, Effie Vineer;

they lived in East Smithfield.

1. 2. 4. 2. 2. 1. 4. 4. 2.

Charles Asher Huntington, born


Pa.; married, April
1,

in January, 1855, in East Smithfield,

1880, Lucinda Knickerbocker.

They

are living in East

Smithfield, Penn.

children.
1. 2. 3.

4. 5. 6.
7.

Hezekiah Hyde, born September 16, 1881. William Clay, born May 8, 1883. Florence Eveline, born August 16, 1884. Harriet May, born February 22, 1887. Charles Vergne, born April 19, 1889. Fred Earl, born May 17, 1891; died February

1896.

Wynne Ray,

born September

12, 1892.
5,

8.

George Leslie,

born September

1894.

1. 2. 4. 2. 2. 1. 4. 4. 3.

George Lincoln Huntington,


21, 1862; married, in

born in East Smithfield, Pa., January


28, 1886, Grace,

East Smithfield, July


29, 1863.

AVilliam Danforth, and


Porte, Ind.,

Mary Amelia (Northrup) Lane.


Mr. Huntington
N.
Y.,
is

December
1,

daughter of She was born in La a farmer, and a member

of the Disciples

Church.
1908
;

They moved from East


to Ithaca,

Smithfield, Penn., to
1,

Penn
1910.

Yan, N. Y., April

where they now live, March

children, I50RN IN EAST SMITHFIELD, PENN.


1.

William Lane,

born July 12, 1887; married,

in

West

Burlington,

Pa.,ApriI 28, 1909,


2. 3.

AnnaMayFoulke

they liveinBurHngton,Pa.
Ithaca,

Flora May, born October 13, 1888; lives in Gertrude Amelia, born February 16, 1890

N. Y.

lives in Ithaca,

N. Y.

94
4.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

Wakkkn

Danfoktii,

l)orn

May

tl,

lHtl; inarriufl,

May
in

24, 1911, in

5.

Neva lone Ilarkness; they live Joseph Lei.and, horn November 20, 1892; lives in
Springfield, Pa.,

Athens, Pa.

Croton-on-the-

6.

Hudson, N. Y. Anna Belle, born June


X. Y.

26,

1894

lives in

Croton-on-the-PIudson,

7.

8.
9.

George Eveuett, horn September 9, 1H97; died July 2fi, 1898. Arthur Ray, lK)rn March 13, ls99; lives in Ithaca, X. Y. Grace Evelyn, born December 29, 190<; lives in Ithaca, N. Y.

non, Conn.; married, July

Lydlv Tracy (lIiNTiNtrroN) Gates, horn October 11, 1824, She died May 9, 4, 1848, James M. Gates.
CHILI).
1.

in

Ver-

1883.

Ednaii, died A])n]

11, 1882.

12422.
Nancy Maria
Smithrield, I'enn.. Sei)teml)er
."JO,

fi

(IItntinc; Ton) Vooi; mis, born

May

14, 1827, in

Vernon,
die<l
in

Conn.; married September 10, 1845, William


1905.

Edward Voorhis.

She

CHILDREN.
*
1.

Ci.ARENCE

lilNiillAM.

2.

Wilson Fremont.

1242214B1
Clarence
Celia Burt.

IiiN(;nAM Voorhis, Imrn


live in

married, October 27, 1877,

They

East Smithfield, Penn.


CIIII.DKEN.

1.

Edna Maim a,

born October
14,

l.S,

187.s.
ti,

2.

Mary

Eola, born June

1HK3; died February

1H85.

3.

Wil.i.iA.M, l)orn .lunc 18, 1886.

2
live in

>

I.
;

H 2
married,

Wilson

I'iikmoni

\'ooI!HIS,

bom

November

2n. 1877,

Carrie E. (ow'll; they

Athens. Penn.

CHILDREN.
1.

2.

IImmkt IOdwaick, born .July 19, 1S81. Gkoimje IIira.m, born November 19, 188().

3.

Harry Malcolm,

born October

19, 1889.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

95

1.

2. 4. 2. 2. 1. 4. 7.
13,

Charles Oscar Huntington, born December


ber 28, 1864, Lydia Dunn.

1829; married Octo-

He was

a harnessmaker in Athens, Pa., and died

November

22, 1893.

CHILDREN.
*
1.

Lillian Harriet, born January

19, 1866, in

Athens, Pa.

2.

Luella Dunn, born February


Robert F. Page.

9,

1868; married October 28, 1889,

She died

in Athens, Pa., April 10, 1892.

1.2.4.2.2.
married, September 16, 1885, Dr.
of Athens, Pa.

1. 4. 7. 1.
19,

Lillian Harriet (Huntington) Cowell, born January

1866;

Edward M.

Cowell, a successful physician

CHILDREN, BORN IN ATHENS, PA.


1.

Grace Francesca,
1888.

born November
1889

24,

1886

died

November

12,

2.

Son, born August

5,

died the same day.

3.

4.
5.

Margaret Evelyn, born July 20, 1890. Sarah Louise, born January 20, 1892. Edward Huntington, born August 29, 1899.

1. 2. 4. 2. 2. 1. 5.

in

Talitha (Huntin(JTOn) Lathrop, born February 13, 1794; married, Franklin, Conn., December 2, 1824, Azariah, son of Andrew Lathrop, of
They
resided in Vernon, Conn.

Bozrah, Conn.

children.
1.

A. Willis, born April 24, 1826, a lawyer in Iowa.

2.

3.

4.
5.

Huntington, born August 17, 1827. Philena Maria, born April 25, 1829, and is Eliza L., born November, 1831. Nancy Huntington, born October 3, 1835.
E.

dead.

1.

2.4.2.2. 1.6.

Lydia (Huntington) Peck, born December 29, 1795; married in Frankhn, Conn., March 26, 1818, Asa Peck, of Franklin. She died in Norwich,
Conn., October 12, 1853.

96

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
CHILDREN.
1.
'2.

3. 4.
5. 6.

Lydia T., married Clement Smith, and lived in New Haven. Conn. Makia, born August 5, 1S21, and is dead. Samukl RlM)I), born March 17, 125, and lived in Toledo. Ohio. Thomas Scott, born November li>, 1X29, was in the Union army. Gko. Whitfield, born January 12, 1832, was in the Union army.

Henuy

M., born June, 1839, was also in the Union army.

1040017
.Jonathan Kidd IjiXTiNciToN, born December 14, 1798. They lived 4, 1823, Linda Haker. where he died, October 15, 1856, and where she lived in 1860.
Conn.; married, September
in

Franklin,

in

Vernon.

1.

town

in

Jui.ia Ann, born May, 1853.

in

Vernon, June

28, 1827,

and died

in the

same

O
bom

J.

O O
Ellis.

1
12,

K
1801;
married,
in

ZiBA IIiN iiNGToN,


Conn., December
died,
2:5,

September

Franklin,

1824,

Nabby

They

lived in Franklin,

where he

September

30, 1828.

CHILDREN, BOHN
*
*
1.

IX I'KANKLIN,
15, 1825.

CONN.

.\biiv

Jank, born November


Ellis, born July

2.

Samuel

14, 1827.

1. 2. 4. 2. 2. 1. 8. 1.

Aimv Jank (HuNTlN(iTON) Tka(


15.

i)orn in Friuiklin. Conn.,

November

1825; married

November

4,

1846, .Mniond Tr;icy of Franklin. Conn.

Cim.MUKN.
1.

()l.l\

KU RlDl).

2.
;{.

William. Lydia Ellis.

1.

2.

I.

2. 2. 1. S. 2.
bom
.Inly
II,

Sami'KI, Ki.ms llrNTiN<}ToN,

1827, in

Franklin, Conn.

married Caroline Sophia Morse.


died

He

died Septendier 19, 19o7, and his wife

December

25, 1911.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
CHILD.
1.

97

ZiBA Jedidiah, born April


in

4,

185&, in Franklin, Conn.; married,

first,

Clara Jane, daughter of Albert Morgan and Clarissa (Graves) Mott.

and died April 17, 1911, in Mariva Caroline, daughter of David Henry and Mary Ellen (Collins) Snow. She was born in Mansfield, Conn. He is a farmer and a Methodist, and lives in Griswold, Conn.
She was born
3,

Lebanon, Conn., June

1854,

Griswold, Conn.

He

married, second,

May

16, 1912,

1.2.4. 2. 5.
in Norwich, November 23, 1724, and married October 13, 1747, John, son of John and Margaret (Hyde) Tracy, and she was his first wife. She had four children, and her descendants have been both numerous and respectable.

Margaret (Huntington) Tracy, born

children.
*
1.

98

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

1. 2. 4. 2. 5. 3.
Mau(;ai!ET (Tii.vcv) Stokks, marrk'd Benjamin
Conn.
ClIII-DKKN.
1.

.Storrs of

Mansfield,

I^ATIIKOI'.

2.
;i.

Hick INS.
jMaucakkt. Oliveh.

4.

1. 2. i. 2. 6.
lIUNTiNGTox, born Septcniln-r 12, 17"2(>, in Norwich, Conn. 1 ".O."), Lois, daugliter of Samuel and Experience (Hyde) They live<l in Gifford, who was liorn, also in Norwich, February 25, 173U-1. Norwich, New Concord Society, now Bozndi, where he was a deacon in the
TiiK<JlMiil,i'.s

Hi- niarrii'd

January

.'{,

Congregational chuich, and

its

clerk I'rom 17(11 to 177.S.

In 17.so

jn'

went

to

Lebanon, \.
'i'lic

II.

and
of

<iied in LSI.").
all

births
in

this

family are
whi(di
is

recorded

in

Norwich, though they

oecuri-eil

that

jiart

of

it

now

the town of I'xizrah.

CHILDREN.
*
*
1.

'riiKoPillLl'S, born

November

23, 17.53.

2.
."5.

* 4.
5.

Samitel, born July 29, 1756. HiUAM, born August 24, 1758. ZiBA, born October 26, 1760.

AuEL. born
17
7.S.

I)ccend)er

2, 17(;2,

and died

in

Norwich. Septcnilicr

!.

li.

L(H8,

i)orn

May

11,

7i.').

ami
11.

niari-icd.

May
in

1.').

17S(;,

Samuel
t.

r^athroi), of

!>cliau(in,

N.

Siic

died

Lebanon, April

1X46.
7.

.ALvHGAitKT, born Novendu-r

2,

1 7il><,

and married Uufns Lathroj),


still

and lived
(ISCd.)

in

Chelsea. Vi.

llor

docendants

live in

Chelsea.

H.
!).

I'ltiKi,,

born

May

7.

17 71.
2o, 177ii.

Neiik.MIAH. born
180:i,

.Vpril

lie

graduated

at

Dartmouth
N. V..

in

and entered the

legal

profession in

iV-lerltoro,

in

1807.

He

nuirried. in

IM 7,

Ilannali N. Lathrop. of Lel)anon

N.
a

II.

lie attained of

some

distinction in his |)ioression.


in
1S2.">

He was
and died.

memluT

the state

legislature
lH."j.'>.

and

'2il,

nuieli respected,

Marcli 26,

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
1. 2. 4. 2. 6. 1.

99

Theophilus Huntington, born November 23, November 1, 1777, Ruth Talcott, of Bolton; and,

1753.
for
liis

He

married,

first,

second wife, at

Lebanon, N. H., December 31, 1795, Phebe, daugliter of Capt. James Hall. He went to Western New York, and died at Clarence, Erie County, July 11,
1830.

His

first

wife tlied at Chelsea, Vt., February 10, 1793, and his second,

October

10, 1823.

CHILDREN.
Tlie
1.

first

birth in this family

is

the only one on the Noi'wich ivcords.

RrTii, born December 28, 17 78; married Dr. Ainsworth, of ]Mc<lina,


Ohio, where she died in February, 1855.

3.

>-

Between Ruth and Asenath were two daughtei"s and a

son.

4.)
5.

Asenath, born November


Tunbridge, Vt.

2, 1783, in Lebanon, N. II.: married Richard Andrus, of Chelsea, Vt., and in 1860 resided in North

.1
8.

Between Asenath and Abel


r
ters, all of

Hall, were three sons

and three

dauirh-

9.

whom

died in infancy.

10.

11..

* 12.
13.

Ajjel Hall, born October 2, Theoda, born November 27,

1796.
1799, married a Mr. Leech.
2,

14.

Lois Gifford, born April Mr. Parker.

1801, married October

2,

1823, a

1. 2. 4. 2. 6. 1. 12.

Abel Hall Huntington,


Ann
in

born October
26, 1807.

2,

179G; married, in 1822,

Lucy

who was born September Erie county, N. Y., and liis widow
Jones,

He

died September 23, 1828,

in

May, 1846.

children.
1.

Lucy Ann Jones,


AiJEL Hall, born

born September

26, 1823,

and lived

in

Kansas.

*
*

2.

May

7,

1825.

3.

4.

Joseph Warren, died at the age of two years. Joseph AVarren, born December 25, 1828.

1. 2. 4. 2. 6. 1. 12. 2.
ried,

Abel Hall Huntington, born May 7, 1825, in Lancaster, N. Y.; September 26, 1847, in Town Line, N. Y., Permelia Valkenburg.
in Hurley,

mar-

She

was born

N. Y., February

1,

1824.

loo

HUNTINGTON GENKALOGY.

on C. B.
for

He was a builder, and was for many yt-ars Superintendent of Buildings, & Q. R. R., west of Chicago. He was a Congrepationalist. and was many years a member of the Hoard of Kdueation in (ialeslun-;^. 111., beginThey
Col.,

ning with the year 1870.


(ialesburg,
in
111.,

lived in

and Denver,
5, 1X9.').

where he died

Xew York State, May 2tj, litOu.

Princeton,

III.,

His wife died

Denver, January

CIIII.DI'.KX.
1.

LiCY

.Mii.i,i>().\,

born October 14,

184f>. in

Lanca>ler, X. Y.: mar-Inhn

ried

December

13, 1871, in fJalesburg,

111.,

Benjamin Hol-

gate; they live in Denver, Col.


*
!.

."5.

Hklen Amelia, born August 13, 1850. Rkuhkx Milo, born November 2-i,
Denver, Col.
Idkli.a Lrci;i-TiA,
liorii

in

Lancaster. N. Y.
Princeton,
111.:

18.'..'{.

in

lives in

4.

May

IM, l>t5fj, in (Jale-biirg. HI-: lives in

Denver,
o.

C.,1.

MAK^ Anna,
Gulesbwrg,

Imrn December
III.

.'il,

l.s'j.s;

died

A|)ril

;.

18G8, in

(i.

CATHKKiNE KvA.
ried, lirst,

boru NovcndjiT

Hi, 18(J1, in (ialesburg.

111.:

mar:

second,

November 18, March 10, 18;tl,

1881, in Denver, Col., .lo.seph Blidden


in

Denver,

Col.,

.\rtliur Fish:

lives in

Denver, Col.
*
7.

IsAiJEL J^Ai KA, born October 17,

lisilS, in

(ialesburg.

111.
III.:

s.

Artuik Hakhis,
July
10,

born

May

"28,

1869, in (ialesburg.

and died

1869, in (Jalesbur<i-.

1. 2.

1.

2. 6. 1. 12. 2. 2.
i;{,

Helen Amelia

IIintington) Johnston, born August


in

185n. in

Lancaster. N. Y.: married,

Denver,

Col.,

February

24. lie

Alexander and Susan Brown (Farrington) Johnston.


9, lH.-)6, in

James, son of was born September


1X7.'),

Quin<y,
lie

HI.
a

Mr. Johnston was


lingtoii
Itoiite.

locomotive en^ineei' with the


a

('.

W.

<k

^^.

\\.

K., I>ur-

was

CongregationalisI
.Mouticcllo,
Ind.,

;iiid

a
(

deacon

in

tliat

ChiM"ch.
.Mr.

They lived

in

Quincy,
H.

111.,

and

iiilesbiirg.

111.,

where

Johnston died March

191.'!.

Mrs. Johnston lives


t

in (ialesliurg. HI.

iiii.i>i;kn.

1. 2.

(Ikokge AiiKL, born

.Vpril 20, 1877. in

Galcsburg,

111.

i^ESLlK .Ia.mks, born October 29, 1881,

in (J;ilesburg,

111.

1
(iK<iK<>E

>

(5

1.

12.

!2.

2
18,

AuEL
live in

.loiiNSlON, born April 20, 1H77: married

March
in

19, 1908,

in .Vrcher, Neli., Alice L.

Baker.

She was born May

l.s."),

Central City,

Neb.

The\

Coimeii BlulTs, Iowa.

HUNTINGTON GENKALOGY.
CHILDREK.
1.

101

2.

Helen Louise, born December 22, 1908, Ruth Huntington, born September 1.
Towa.

in

Archer. Neb.

1913, at Council BlufTs,

*>

*>

fi

12 2 2. 2.
29,

Leslie James Johnston, born October


married in Townlcy, Mich.,
living in Washincrton, D. C.
Aii<>iist

1881, in Galesburii,

III.;

12,

1908, Louise

M. Baker.

Tliey are

CHILD.
1.

Eleanor

jNIay, born

Jannarv

2f).

1913.

1. 2. 4.

2. 6.

1.

12. 2.7.

Isabel Laura (Huntington) Davis, born October 17, 1863, in Galesburg, III.; married, June 26, 188S, Joel Davis. Mrs. Davis died August 16, Her busljand is living' in Boulder, Col. 1894, in Denver, Col.
childkkn.
1.

Stanley Huntington, born August


lives in Boulder, Col.

2(i,

1.S90, in

Denver,

Col.;

2.

Myrtlk Anna,
November
1.5,

born March

29.

1892, in Denver, Col.:

married

1911, in Denver, Col.,

Donley.

Joseph
N.
of
Y.;

1. 2. 4. 2. 6. Wauken Huntington, horn


14, 1850, in

1.

12. 4.
25. 1828. in Erie Co.,

December

married November

Darien, N. Y., Harriet Ester, daughter

Samuel and Sally ^laria (Hurd) Johnson, of Town Line, Erie Co., N. Y. He was a blacksmith and a machinist. He moved from Town Line, N.Y.,
111.,

to Princeton,

in

1852-3

then to Galesburg,
IlL,

TU.,

about 1857
1,

to Aurora,

111.,

about 1865

then to Princeton,

where he died April

1894.

His wife

died in the same town July 11, 1904.

CIIILDKEN.
*
*
1.

2.

3.

Albert Wakriin, born September 27, 1851, in Town Line, N. Y''. Louisa Jane, born August 15, 1853, in Princeton, 111. Charles Frank, born May 13, 1857, and died November 27, 1860,
in Princeton,
111.
7,

4.

Lucy Maria,

born August 26, 1859, and died December


III.

1906,

in Princeton,
5.

Wilbur Kendall,

born September 27, 1863, and died August 22,


111.

1864, in Princeton,

102
(i.

IIUNTINOTOX GRXKALOOV.

Joseph Leon, born March


September
in
9, l!tOH,

3,

1867; married in Santa Anna, Cal.,


dauirliti-r of Pliillip

Clara Kosine,

Lissettf (SmitliJ Cronenbcrgi-r, of Findlay,()hiu.

Jacob and She was born

Plymouth,

().,

DeccnilxT

H,

1H77.

lie

is

an osteojjathic ])hys(

7.

)m:iha, Neb., Santa where they now live. He gi-aduated from the American School of Osteopathy in June, 1904. IlAKP.iKr Hki.l, born Septeml)er 24, 1868, and died December 22,
ician.

They

liavc lived in Kirksville, Mo.,

Barbara,

Cal.,

and Princeton,

111.,

1875, in Princeton,
8.

111.

Claka Lof,
in

born September 13, 187o. and died December 16, 1910,


III.

Princeton,

1. 2.

4. 2. 6. 1. 12. 4. 1.

Ai.iiKitT Waukkx Huntington, born September 27, l.s.^1, in Town Line, X. v.: niarrie<l, in Princeton, 111., July 8, ].S73, Mary Caroline, dauu;hter of Joseph and Sarah (Steinbrook) (iarrett. She was born in Vinton, ().. May
12, \sr>3.

He

is

a photo<rrapher.

CHILDRKN.
*
1.

Ei.LA Bi.ANCii, born April 17,

187.').

2.

Mahy
ton,

LoiiSK, born September


111.,

21, 1.S7S

married, ,Fnne 20,


Tliey
livi;

i:t02,

in PrineetiMi.
111.

Herman Louis Simon.

in

Prince-

;{.

JoSF.PH Ai.HKKT,
.March
ton,
5,

liorn

.Vugust 19, 1883; married, in Chicago,

III.,

1909,

Martha Matilda Kickmcier.


is

They
married,

live in Prince-

111.,

where he

chief of the Fire Department.


2.">.

4.

Kith Gakkktt,
111.,

born December

l.s,S(i:

in

Princeton,
live in

October

16, 1906,

Kveret Nathan Harrington.

They

Princeton,

III.

1.
Li.
I,

2. 4. 2.

(5.

1.

12. 4.

1. 1.
i

(Huntinoton, Stkinmaxn) Uk( k \vi h. born April 7, 187.', in Priiieelon, III.: married, first, December 23, 1S97, Martin, son of He was born in Lanark. III., .\piil 1, .Martin and Mary (Sivelly) Steinmann.
A

Hi ,AN(

II

1H71.

Mr. Steinmann
III.

is

a real estate broker, and has lived in

Dixon and

Chicago,

Mrs. .SteinmaiiM in.inied, second, .Inne 29. 191o.


Burt, son of

jn

Chicago,

111.,

Ldwin

Ldwin Kiithven and Julia


Hidgebury, Pa.
19o.s.

Philiira (Hurt)

Beckwitli.
a physician

He was
and
sur-

l)orn .Inne M, 1.H70, in

.Mr.

lieckwith

is

geon, a graduate of K.xeter Acailemy, N. H. 189.); Harvard University, 1899,

and

Herring

Medical College,

He

is

an Kpiscopal Theosophic, has


in

liveil in

New York

City and LImira. \. V.. am!

(liicago.

Ill,

their present

resilience.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
Dr. Beckwitli was previously married to Miss Grace Street.
his ancestry, in the

103

He

traces

Beckwith Genealoiiy, direct to tlie sister of Robert the Bruce, of Scotland, and, on his mother's side, the Burt Genealogy takes the ancestry direct to the sister of William Penn. Dr. Beckwith comes of a long line of professional men, and men of
character of high repute.

CHILD, (StEFNMANN)
1.

Ruth Huntington,

born September 21, 1901, at Chicago,

111.

1. 2. 4. 2. 6. 1.

12. 4. 2.

Princeton,
son

Louisa Jane (Huntington) Bryant, born August 15, 1853, at 111.; married. March 7, 1877, in Princeton, 111., Lester Raymond, of Arthur and Henrietta Raymond (Plummer) Bryant. He was born
is

September 8, 1848, in Princeton, 111. Mr. Bryant Bryant died June 12, 1910, in Princeton, 111.

an

oi'ohardist.

Mrs.

CHILDREN, nolIX IN
1.

I'i:iNCET< )N, ILL.


23,

Hattie HuNTiNcnoN, born June


1900, Charles Otis Brigliam.

1878;

married March
111.

3,

They

live in Princeton,

2.

Arthur Warren,
1905, in Truro,

born August 28, 1879; married, September


Blair.

17,

3.
4.

Nova Scotia, Lillian Sara Frank Raymond, born May 15, 1881. Louise, born March 11, 188(i,

o 4 o

fi

>

Samuel Huntington,
ried

born July 29, 1756, in Bozrah, Conn.

He

mar-

Mary Bennet,

1783, and went to Buffalo, N. Y.

He

enlisted in the

army

of the revolution, April 23, 1777,for three years,

and was enrolled


N. Y.

as sergeant.

CHILDREN, HORN IN lUFFALO,


1.

2. 3.

Polly, born in 1784. Samuel, had no children. Philura, married a Baptist clergyman.

1.2.4.2.6.3.
Hiram Huntington,
lived in Chelsea, Vt.
of

born August

24,

1758, in Norwich, Conn.

He
They

married in Chelsea, Vt., in 1796, Lucy Perkins, and was a farmer.

His wife was a daughter

of

Jacob and Martha Perkins,

Windham, Conn., and died December 9, 1831. entered the army of the revolution in 1777.

He

died

May

8,

1835.

He

104

HUNTINGTON GENKALOGY.
CHILDRKN.
This family were
*
1.

all

born in Chelsea, Vt.


179x.

2.

Laika, born in Aujrust, Jacoh 1'kkkixs.

3.

Lrc'iA, born January is. 1S05, and lived unmarried in Boston, Mass.

4.

Hakicif.t. born September. l^Os. ami died September, 1810.

1.2. 4. 2. 6. 3.
Laiua
where
lie
(

1.

IliN

i.\(i

1(n)

BLODtiKTT,

bom

Aujiust, 179.S, in Chelsea, Vt.:

married, in Isis,
died

lela I'dodgett.

'Hiey lived several years in Hoston, Mass.,

March

4, 1857.

CHII.DHKN.
1.

2.

Zekiaii Huntington, born 1820; married. Samuel A. Clifford, and had tour children. LfciA Caholink. born in 1827 married in 1847, Asa 11. Hrown.of Montpelier. ^'t., and hail two daughters.
:

3.

lIiiiAM

Wayne Huntington,
L..

born

in 1833: died in Para. Hrazil.

1854.
4.

.Mahy

born

in

1837; married in 1856, Charles H. Collagher, of


son.

\\ est

Newton, and had one

1. 2. 4. 2. 6. 3. 2.
,Ja(<>i

1'kkkins Huntin<;t<)n, born


1828, Betsy Spear,

in

April. 1800, in

Chelsea, Vt.:

and was a Baptist minister livinji in LondonHis wife was a dau<fhter of Dr. Moses and .ludith Spear, of derrv, Vt. He married for his second wife, V^ershire, \'t., and died in Chelsea in 1848.
married
in

in

1850. Aseuath Stevens, of I)al)ni-y. X.


N't.

II.

lie

was

in

lS(il. ])astor of

the

Baptist church, in Guilford,

CIIILDKKN.
1.

.JuinTii
185(i,

Spear, born
V^t.

in

Clielsea.

Vt., in

1830: married.
in

May

19,

Rev. Elliot Merrifield, and was settK-d

West Wards-

boro,
2.
3. 4.

They

ba<l

two children.
in 18;J2.
in

Lucy

I'kkkins, born in Thetfonl, \t.,


.Jank, born
I'lsii,

Mary

in

Thetfonl.

1834.

AuAnKi.i.A

born

in Ira, \'t., in 1843.

1. 2.
/iHA N.
H.,
1

I.

2.

(J.
2(!.
1

1.
7(iO,

ITN<; Ki.v,
.\pril

born
2,

Octoiu-r

married Sela (Jrecn.

1794.

and a man greatly respected.

Norwich, Conn. in He He was a wealthy farmer in Lebanon, He was considerably in jmblic life as

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
justice of the peace, for

105

years a

more than twenty years deputy sheriff, and for two His first wife died Xovember 29, 1818. He married for his second wife, in INIarch, 1823, Hephzibah Hunton, who died May 9, 1836. He died January 15, 1838.

member

of the state senate.

CHILDREN.
This family were
1.

all

born

in

Lebanon, N. H.
27,

Zeruah, born December


Hezekiali Ford.

1794; married

in

-lanuary. 1823,

She died
1796; died

jNlay,

1825, in Lebanon, N. H.
9.

2.

ZiBA, born July

9,

November

1797.

* *

3.

Fanny, born September


ZiBA, born September
6,

17, 1798.

4.
5.

1800.

Adnah, born
in Ohio.

July 17, 1802; married Lucy Conant, who died.

He

married, second. Sarah Miller.

He was

a carpenter and resided

6.

Harry, born

-June 22, 1804,

and

<lied single,

August

14, 1833, in

Lebanon, N. H.
7.

Alvan, born November


a farmer

25, 1806;

married Emily Downer, and was


Ohio.
10.

living; in Strongsville,

8.

Julia, born October


S. Pierce.

4,

1809;

married February
18,

1836,

John
22,

9.

They lived in Boston. Matilda Caroline, born January


1836,

1811; married

May
child

James H. Pushee,

of Boston.

They had one

and

resided in Boston.

* 10.

Edwin Nehemiah,

born June 24. 1816.

1. 2. 4. 2. 6. 4. 3.

Fanny (Huntington) Peck,


A^^ Peck, of Lebanon, N.
II.,

born September
7,

17,

1798; married John

November

1821.

CHILDREN.
1.

2.

Eli, born June 12, 1824. Alonzo, born January 7,

1826.

3.

4.

John Murray, born January 26, 1830. Parthenia Waters, born December 13,
1. 2. 4. 2. 6. 4. 4.

1832.

Ziba Huntington, born Sejjtember

6,

1800; married
in 1858.

March

5,

1835,

Sarah Sprague; he was living in Lebanon, N. H.,


CHILD.
1.

Emma, born February

14, 1839, in

Lebanon, N. H.

106

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

1.2.4.2. 6. 4. 10.
Edwix Nehemiaii Huntington,
X. IL; married January
l(j,

born June

24,

ISKJ. in

Lebanon,

1844, Laura Pierce.

'I'hey resided in Leljanon,

N. IL, where their children were born.

CHILDREN.
1.

Alice Gkhtisude, born September


1857.

20, 1847,

and died April

13,

2.

Carrie Matilda, born July

8,

1850.

1. 2.

4.2. 6.8.
7,

Uriel Huntington, born May


in 1796,

177L

in

Norwich, Conn.,

iiml

married,

Betsy Hough.

He was
to

a graduate of

Bowdoin

College, and

became

a physician.
region,

He moved

Bowdoinham, Me., early


of"

in the

settlement of that

and continued

to reside there until his death.


is

"

He was

man

of

respectable parts," and

spoken

by the old residimts with a good deal of

respect, as having been professionally kind

and

skillful,

and a worthy and

active

member

of the Baptist church in Howchjinham.

children.
All of this family died of consumption.
1.

Delia, born

in

1796, and die<l October

2,

1827.

2. 3.

Hannah, lioni in 179s, and died January 18, 18.S5. MiXKKVA, l)()rn iu ISdO, and died ]Mareh 14, 1826.
Solon,
IJiiiKL,
<licd

4.
5.

February

16, 1830,

aged

23, in the

West

Indies.

married Sarah Moulton, ami died, having had no children.


in

His widow married,

Colonel George Lyons, of

Topsham, ]\Ie., September New York City.

2,

1859,

1.2. 4.2. 7.
Barnara.h HuntiN(;ton,
l)orn

May

29,

1728. in Norwich, Conn.

He

married Decend)cr 11, 17.01, Anne Wright, of Hebron, and lived iu Frankliui Conn., where he was deacon in the Congregational church. He was a soliil

man, "an active and worth." He was one

iuliiu-ntial

of the selectmen of

issued a call to the patriots of

and highly respected for his moral Norwich, who, on May 30, 1774, the town to meet on the sixth of the next month
patriot,

"to take into Consi<lcra(i()U the Mclancholly


tutional Liberties Right

by the Enemies of his

."situation of our Civil and Constiand Privileges which are threatened with ilestruction, Majesty'.'* Happy Reign and Government over the

American Colonies."

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

107

character as a
in Franklin,

His wife was born October 18, 1725, and lived until July 21, 1821. Her woman and a Christian was one of great excellence. He died
April 14,
17,S7.

The

births of this family are all recorded in Norwich,

and they occurred

in Franklin,

then the West Farms parish of Norwich.

CHILDREN.
1.

Anna, born October

19, 1752.

Hartshorn of Franklin. *
* * *
2.

She married, June 18, 1776, She died October 6, 1777.

Silas

3.

4.
5.
6.
7.

Barnabas, born July 5, 1754. AzARiAH, born June 6, 1756. Mary, born September 12, 1758. AsAHEL, born March 17, 1761.
Elizabeth, born July 17, 1763. Rebecca, born September 5, 1765.

*
* *

8.
9.

GuRDON, born July

31, 1768.

10.

Lucy, born December 4, 17 70, and died December 21, 1773. Hezekiah, born October 12, 1773, and died unmarried in 1838.

1.

2.4.

2. 7. 2.
5,

Barnabas Huntington,
married,

born July

1754, in Norwich, Conn.,

and

November

13, 1788, Abigail,

daughter of Joshua Perkins of Lisbon,

Conn., where he was a successful farmer.


tional
7,

church in Hanover Society, Lisbon.

He was a deacon of the CongregaHe died in Lisbon, Conn., October

1841,

and

his wife.

May

7,

1843, in the 77th year of her age.

children.
* *
1. 2.

3.

Clarissa, born May 3, 1791. Lucy, born in 1793. Barnabas, born June 30, 1800; married, October 13, 1823, Juliette Morgan, and died October 29, 1825, having had no children.

1. 2. 4. 2. 7. 2. 1.
in Lisbon,

Clarissa (Huntington, Bottom) Smith, born May 3, 1791; married, Februaiy 20, 1810. Martin Bottom, who was a farmer, and who
She married,
for her second husband, in April, 1820,

died.

Rufus Smith, and

they lived in Griswold.

CHILD,
1.

(bottom.)
2,

Martin

H., born

December
CHILDREN,

1810.

(smith.)

2.

3.

4.

Rufus, born September 17, 1821. Mary, born November 7, 1825. John B., born December 13, 1832; the
in 1858.

last one, alone,

being alive,

108

HUNTINGTON GEXKALOGY.

1.2. 4.2. 7. 2. 2.
Lucy (IIuNxixciTox) Bishop,
B.arzillai Bishitp,

l)oni in

179.S:

married March

10, 1815,

who

(lied AjjpII 11. IX.U. in

Lisbon. Conn.

CHILDREN.
1.

Bakzii.lai H., born

A\)v\\ 25,

ISHI; died October 15, 183S.


15, 1S18.

2. 3.

Nathan

Pki!KINS, l)orn Feljrnary

4. 5.
(1.

Samuel, born April 9, 1821; died April 11, 1821. Roger Adams, born August 12, 1822; died February 12, 1855. Lucy, born Septemlier 1, 1824; died Augu.^t 25, 1851. Mary, born July 24. 1828; married Rev. Charles .\yer. and died
August
17, 1913.

7.

Ki.izAnr:TH. born July 24, 1828: died August 24. 1848.


AiiKiAii,, born .\ugiist 2s. 1830: died

8.

January

31, 1855.

1. 2. 4. 2. 7. 2. 2. 2.

Nathan Perkins
married, February

IJishop. born February 15, 1818, in Hanover, Conn.:

16, 1X40, in

William and Nancy (Bingham) Lee.

Hanover, Conn., Nancy, daughter of Deacon She was bf)rn Sejrtember 19, 1817. in

Hanover, Conn.
Legislature in I860.
school and church.
It

Mr. Bishop was a farmer. He was

lie represented the


(irst

selectman of the

Town of Lisbon. Town and held

Conn.,

in

offices in

has been written of bim that

'"he
life

visitor in

many

households.

His

was a mo(lel citizen and a wekome<i was an example of the Christian living

which he profes.sed." On tiic liftietli anniversary of his marriage, as he looked upon his children and grandchildren, he was able to say, "not one has brought He lived in Norwich, Conn., where he died .\ugust ilisgrace upon the house." 'I'liey were His wife died April 2S. is!i2. in Norwicli, Conn. 10, l!ts.
Congregationalists.

CHILDREN, BURN
*
* *
1.

IN

HANOVER, CONN.

Nathan

2. 8. 4.

Lee, born March 6, 1841. Lrcv Hi'ntin<;ton, born S'ptember 9, 1842. Nan( V BiNGHA.M, born January 21, 1845.

Barzillai Perkins, born February

10, 1852.

1. 2. 4. 2.

7. 2. 2. 2. 1.
6,

Nathan Lke
November
in

Bisiioi',

born .March
Conn.,

1S41, in Hanover, Conn..: married.

15, 1869, in Mansfield,

.Julia

Kiizabeth .\rmstrong: they live

Norwich, Conn.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
CHILDREN.
1.

109

2.

Fannie Arxold, born in 1873. Kathekine Trowbridge, born

in 1877.

1. 2.

4.2. 7.

2.

2.2.

2.

Lucy Huntington (Bishop) Witter, born September 9, 1842, in Hanover, Conn.; married November 1, 1865, in Mansfield, Conn., Nathan Witter they live in Worcester, Mass.
:

children.
1.

Hubert, born

2.

Helen

and died in infancy. Bishop, born in 1868; died in 1911.


in 1867,

3.

Edward William,

born in 1874.

1. 2. 4. 2. 7. 2. 2. 2.

3.

(Bishop) Cary, born January 21, 1845, in Hanover, Conn.; married March 10, 1871, in Norwich, Conn., Charles WUliam Cary. She died April 28, 1892, in Norwich, Conn. Mr. Cary is also dead.

Nancy BiNimAM

children.
1.

Frederick William, born

in 1872.

2.

Hubert

Bishop, born

in 1873.
in 1876.

3.

Henrietta Woodsworth, born

1.2.4.2.7.2.2.2.4.
Barzillai Perkins Bishop, born February
married January 16, 1879,
live in in

10, 1852, in

Hanover, Conn.;

East Hartford, Conn., Ellen

M. KUbourne. They

Norwich, Conn.
is

Mr. Bishop
sale grocers, of

senior

member

of the firm of Bishop, Bidwell

&

Co., whole-

Norwich, Conn.

children.
*
1.

2.

Harriet Kilbourne, born April 2, 1881. RoBEUTs Huntington, born June 9, 1884.

3.

Marion Lee,

born

May

31, 1886.

1. 2. 4. 2. 7. 2. 2. 2. 4. 1.

Harriet Kilbourne (Bishop) Rose, born April 2, November 4, 1903, Stephen Edward Rose, of Elmira, N. Y.

1881; married,

110

huntington genealogy.
childrp:n.
1.

Hklkx KiLBoruxK,

horn Ft-bruary
l)orn

'J.

l!)0.j.

2.

Mary

Mc^^'lLLIAMS,

March

Hi, 190(5.

3.

DoK<jTHY Bishop, born October

14, 1907.

1.2. 4. 2. 7. 3.
AzARiAH Huntington,
married January
9,

born June

6,

17.56,

in

Norwich, Conn.

He

1791, Parnell, daughter


l)orn in 1757.

of

John and Anna (Vibbcr)


1)S19,

Champion.

She was
1833.

He was

a deacon of the Franklin cluirch.

a farmer and a worthy citizen.

His wife died April 22,

and he died

November

7,

CHILDREN.
This family were all born in Franklin. Anna, born September 2, 1792; married November 30, 1809, 1. Stephen, son of Josiah and Mary Robinson, of Canterbury, and
lived in Attleboro, Mass.
still

He

was a teacher and a farmer, and


13,

later a ])hysician, j)racticing his profession in Providence,

2.

3.

4.

where he died, Sei>tember 27, 1833. She died December 1819, leaving three sons and one daughter. AzARiAH, born September 11, 1793. AsAHEL, born February 10, 1795. Henry, born September 19, 1798, and died October 3, 1817.
.

1. 2. 4. 2. 7. 3. 2.

AzARiAH Huntington,
married November,
ington homestead,
181."),

born September

11. 17!I3, in

Franklin. Conn.;

Lavinia, daughter of Benjamin and Martha (Carey)

Greenslit, of Franklin.
in

He was

a thrifty farmer, and occujiied the old Hunt-

Franklin, having added to the original territory laid out


to his great grandfather, Christopher.

by the town

of

Norwich
I

ClIILDItKN liOIJN IN

1{

ANKI.IN, CONN.,

(W

IIIK

oltKilNAL lIUXTlX(iTON

IIOMESTEAn.
*
1.

2.

JuLiKTTR Lavinia, born October 1, 1816. Parnkll. born March 4, 1819; married, in March,
Dickenson, of Franklin, where they lived.

1S3.").

Western

3.
4.

Sakau Fli/a.
Lues born
,

born October

17. 1S22.

in

No\ember

l.s-2t),an(l

died in

lanklin. in Xoveml)er,

1K37.

* *

.').

AlitHEA

lyDiti), lioiii in

Seplemlier,
1,
1.h3(.

1.S28.

6.

Hk/.kkiaii, born i'eliruarv

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

Ill

1.2.4.2. 7.3.2.
in Franklin, Conn.; married in

1.
1,

Juliette Lavinia (Huntington) Hastings, born October


children.
1.

1816,

March, 1834, Tracy Hastings, of Franklin.

2.

Sophia Tracy, who married Rev. Isaac Clark, of Elmira, N. Y. Lucy Ariana, who married Ezra Smith, of Franklin, and had
one son.

3.

Martha

Jane, who

died.

1.2. 4.2. 7. 3.2. 3.


Sarah Eliza (Huntington) Kingsley,
Franklin, Conn.; married, February 15, 1844,

born October

17,

1822, in

Henry Kingsley

of Franklin.

children.
1.

Henry Huntington.
Silas Hartshorn.

2.

1.2. 4. 2. 7.3.2.5.
Alithea Lord (Huntington) Hall, born in September, 1828, in Franklin, Conn.; married, in September, 1845, Amos A. Hall, music teacher
of Willimantic.

CHILDREN.
*
1.

2.

3.

Althea Adelaide, born August Ella Gertrude, who is dead. Anne Wright.
1. 2. 4. 2.

12, 1846.

7.3.

2. 5. 1.
born August

Althea Adelaide (Hall) Potter,


field,

Conn.; married, September 28, 1872, in

New

12, 1846, in MansYork, N. Y., William

Augustus, son of William R. and Cynthia A. (Bowen) Potter.


April 12, 1848, in Norwich Town, Conn.

He was

born

Mr. Potter

is

a newspaper editor,

and

is

now

living in Providence, R.

I.

children.
1.

Frederick Huntington, born


Conn.; married.
live in

July

24, 1873, in Willimantic,

May

13, 1905,

Augusta Staley Rossiter; they


17,

New York

City, N. Y.

2.

Allan Francis,
married, April

born February
12,

1875, in Norwich, Conn.;


;

1909, Louise

Bacon Horton
14, 1878, in

they live in

Providence, R.
3.

L
born December

Marguerite Hall,
and died June
],

Norwich, Conn.,

1892, in Providence, R.

112

HUNTINGTON OENKAI-OGY,

1.2. 4. 2. 7. 3. 2. 6.
HK/,KKr.\ii

IIiNTiNUTON.

boiii

February

1,

1H30, in

Franklin, fVmn.;
old homestead,

married, Oetober 11, 1853, I'^rances H. Smith. and lived on


in Franklin.

tlic

CHILDREN.
1.

2.

Henry

3.

4, 1855, and died Mareh Leslie, born January 29, 1857. AsAHEL Adelbert, bom July 1, 1860.

Hezekiah, born June

26, 1856.

1. 2. 4. 2. 7.

3. 2. 6. 2.
in

Henry Lkslie Huntington,


of

born January 29, 1857,

Franklin, Conn.:

married, September 15, 1880, in Norwich, Conn., Carrie

Amanda, daughter

Maxon Palmer and Cornelia Jane (Dow) Lewis, of Norwich, Conn, She was born January 4, 1861, in Norwich, Conn, He is a graduate of the Natchaug High School, Williniantic, Conn. He is a farmer and a thoroughbred prohibitionist. They live in Yonker.'^, N. Y.
CHILDl'.KN.
1.

Flokence Palmer, born July


ried in Yonkers,

28, 1881, in

Norwich, Conn.; mar-

N. Y., June 12, 1906. Leonard Tierpont. son He was of Lovell King and Philena Josephine (Ladd) Smith. born January 2, 1867, in Plainfield, Conn. Mr. Smith sells builders' supplies. He is a Methodist, and was a widower
previous to this marriage.
2. 3.

4.
5.

6.

A<;nes Lavinia, born January 1, 1883, in Norwieii, Conn. Bessie Dow, born September 17, liS88, in Yonkers, N. Y. Robert Leslie, born April 23, 1890, in Yonkers, N. Y. Marion Manola, born March 24, 1892, in Yonkei-s, N. Y. Esther Jiliette, l)orn December 28, 1895, in Yonkers, N. Y.

1. 2.

1.

2. 7. 3. 3.
in

AsAUEL

IIuNTiN(iT()N, l)orn

Franklin. Conn., February 10, 1795;


live<l.

married Sarah Gaylord, of Utica, N. Y., where he

lie

was a goldsmith,

and died October

31, 1822.
<IIII,I>i:i N,

HOl:N

I.N

UTICA, N.
9,

Y,

1.

Saham

Fi.i/.a,

born February

1821; lived wifii lur brollier in


she Itecame
all
tlic

Boston, Mass., until his death,


his children,

when

guardian of

and lirought them up with


1,

a mother's care.

She

died August

1898.
liorn

2.

lli'.NHY

AsAHK.L,

about

182.'*,

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

113

1.2.4.2. 7. 3.3.
Henky Asahel Huntington,
Utica,

1.

N.

Y., Elizabeth

Amanda, daughter
and died

born about 1823; married in 1850, in of Mr. and Elizabeth (Holbrook)


in 1858, in Boston, Mass.
111.,

Blake.

She was born

in 1829,

He was
and

wholesale clothier, and had lived in Utica, N. Y., in Chicago,


in Boston, Mass.,

finally

where he died February

20, 1864.

They were

Presbyterians.

CHILDREN, BORN, AND THEIR HOME HAS ALWAYS BEEN IN BOSTON.


1.
2.

Emma

3.

E., born February 15, 1851. Louise, born May 26, 1852. Cornelia D. born August 29, 1856, and died July

Sarah

1,

1909.

1.2.4.2.7.4.
Conn.,

born September 12, 1758, in Norwich, and married, June 25, 1778, Jonathan, son of Samuel and Lurena (Fitch) Rudd, who was born May 20, 1756. They lived in Norwich, where

Mary (Huntington) Rudd,

she died in 1851.

CHILDREN.
1.

Rev. Dr. John Churchill, born May


minister.

24,

1779, an

Episcopal

2.

3.

RiCARDO, born March 19, 1781; who married Lydia Ladd, of Franklin, and had one daughter. Charles, born February 10, 1784; married, and had a book store in Hudson, N. Y., and had two children, Edward Huntington, of Kenosha, Wis., and Mrs. Mary Matthews, of Buffalo, N. Y.

1.2. 4. 2. 7. 5.
born March 17, 1761, in Norwich, Conn. At an became a Christian and resolved to devote himself to the work of the gospel ministry. Under the teaching of his pastor, the Rev. Dr. Nott, so lately the patriarch of the Connecticut ministry, he fitted for college and entered Dartmouth, where he was graduated in 1786, with the first honors of his class. His scholarship and talent are sufficiently evinced in thus standing first in a class which numbered on its lists such names as those of the Hon. Moses Fiske, Hon. Calvin Goddard, Norwich, Conn., Hon. Charles Marsh, ll. D., of Woodstock, Vt., and the Rev. Dr. Jonathan Strong, s. t. d., of Randolph,
early age he

Asahel Huntington,

Mass.

His theological studies were pursued under those eminent teachers of the
day, the Rev. Dr. Backus of Somers, and the Rev. Dr. Hart of Griswold, Conn.,

by both of whom he was commended, office on which he had set his heart.

as

one eminently worthy of the holy

114
At
tlu-

HUNTINGTON GENKALOGY.
earnest solicitation of the churdi and society in Toj)sfield, Mass.,
to tlie

he was ordainod there

work

of the gospel ministry,

November
2,

12, 1789.

AVhile here, successfully engaged in his work, he married, June

1791, Alethea,

daughter of

J)r.

Elisha I^ord. a celebratt'il physician of Abiiigton, Conn., in

whom

he found a most timely and efficient helpmeet.

Of his labors in Topsfield. I am happy to (juote the following testimonial from the interesting address given by the Hon. Xehemiah Cleveland, at the In the address itself, he speaks of the Topsfield Bi-<entennial Celebration.
good sense, of the unfailing and the blameless life, which made Mr. Huntington so safe a model and so sure a guide. In a note, in which he speaks more in detail of the life of Mr. Huntington, he says: " Here for nearly With a twenty-four years, flowed on the even and useful tenor of his way. people not ])arti(ularly easy to please, he lived in unbroken harmony. He was
most useful and acffptal)le ministry,
discretion, of the mild l)enevolence
of the i)lain

orthodox

in his opinions, but

pertinacity.

His preachirjg was plain, sensible, and

was too discreet to urge them with uireusive His whole in|)ractical.

marked by social ease, by benevolent solicitude, and by judicious kindness, that he secured their warmest love, as well as Compelled by the His instructions were not confined to the pulpit. esteem. straitness of his income, and the wants of a growing family, he occasionally
tercourse with his Hock was so

For several years before his death, be received into With what fidelity and ability he ac((uitted The language of affectionate himself in this relation, many still remember. veneration with which, at the late celebration, Judge Cunnnings and Mr. Benjamin A. (iould recalled the luune and virtues of their earliest teacher, will not soon be forgotten In the hundreds who listened to those glowing
taught the town school.
his family, pupils

from abroad.

words of pi'aise and jfiatitiule." "In the midst of his strength ami usefulness, this truly good man was sudlie died of the malignant sore throat, Aj)ril 22, 1813, after dcnlv cut down, an illness of four days. The funeral sermon 'was preached to a weeping audit-nce

bv

his

intimate and

long tried

friend, Hev.

Isaac

Hraman

of

New

Kowley." Of Mrs. Huntington,


fourth year of her age,

tlie

widow thus

l)ereaved, wiio spent Iter last years in


isf)*), in

the family of her eldest son, where she died, .\ugust 'M,

the eighty-

we have
:

this testimonial in

an ol)ituary notice taken

from the Puritan Recorder 'Mrs. Huntington was particularly happy

in

her relation to the church


in

and people

of Topsfield.

There was

blending of dignity and gentleness

Her intercourse with her j)erson, that prepossessed every one in her favor. the people was marked l)y prudence, kindness and condescension, by a lively
and sorrows, and by many self-denying labors to do good The writer knows not that she ever had an enemy: he is cerThrough all her earthly pilgriniiige it was tain that she bad many friends. Her own comforts, the aim of this excellent woman to live not unto herself.

sympathy

in their joys

among them.

and even wants, were forgotten

in self-denying efforts for the

good of others.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
It

115
;

was her pleasure

to nurse the sick

living witnesses gratefully recall her fearless

and minister and

to the afflicted

and many

faithful devotion to
life,

them

in

the hour of suffering

and danger.

In the closing scenes of her

there were

Her remains the calmness and peace, if not the triumphs of Christian faith. were deposited in the burying ground at Topsfield, by the side of that dust over which she had so many times shed, during her long widowhood, the tears
of fond

remembrance."

CHILDREN.
This family were
1.

all

born

in Topsfield. 10, 1792, 26, 1794,

2.

Alethea, born October Alethea, born January

and lived but five days. and died August 26, 1814.

* *

3.

4.
5.

6.

Elisha, born April 9, 1796. AsAHEL, born July 23, 1798. Hezekiah, born June 30, 1800, and died, unmarried, June 8, 1828. Mary Ann, born August 18, 1802, and died, unmarried, i\Iay d,
1836.

1. 2. 4. 2. 7. 5. 3.
April 9, 1796, in Norwich, Conn.; graduated and received his medical diploma. He commenced his professional life in Lowell, to which place he had removed in 1824, two years before the incorporation of that city. In the following year, May 31, 1825, he married Hannah, daughter of Joseph and Deborah Hinckley, of Marblehead, who was born October 2, 1800. As a physician and as a citizen, he rapidly rose to a deserved eminence in the enterprising city in which he had located himself. Perhaps few of its citizens have been more esteemed for an intelligent and practical interest in every movement which has promised to promote the pros,
at

Elisha Huntington, born


in 1815,

Dartmouth

parity of his adopted city, or of his native state.


their educational, social,

His name
as the

is

identified with

and

civil progress.

Both

several years,

and

as lieutenant governor of the State,

of Lowell for he discharged his public

mayor

duties with very great acceptance.

Huntington Hall, by order of the city

government named from him, teem in which he was held.

will long be a faithful witness to the public es-

On

the death of Dr. Elisha Bartlett, m.d., late professor in the College of

New York, Dr. Huntington was appointed by the Middlesex North District Medical Society to prepare a suitable commemoraPhysicians and Surgeons, in

This excellent tribute was delivered before that body, December and published by them. His wife died September 19, 1859, how much lamented, the following obituary notice, from the Journal and Courier, of Lowell, attests "It is seldom the grave closes over any one among us who has left so many holy, pleasant, and enduring recollections as cluster about the memory of J\Irs. Huntington. Early a resident of our city, she had gathered about her a large circle of friends who enjoyed her intelligence and cultivation, and who will never forget her
tive address.

26, 1855,

IKi
kindness and
hf)9])itality.

HUNTINGTON GKNKAI-OOY.
as well as her ready

them.
lost

In the death of Mrs. Huntington, the ]K)or

sympathy in all that interested and stifferinj: have indeed


lier

a friend, whose words of kindness and counsel as well as

tinosienta-

lioiis charities,

have soothed and gladdened many a sorrowful heart.


CHII.DKEN.

He

died

Deeendjcr

13, 1865.

1.

Jamks Fkekman.

horn Sej)teml)er

(i,

1S2G, in Lowell Mass.


3,

2.

FuANCis Clevp:i,and, horn January

1X30, in Lowell, Mass.: and


in

was engaged in the wholesale dry goods husiness, of Jenkins & Huntington, New York City, >'. V.

the lirm

He

died

November
3.

1,

1863.
3,

Mary

Hincki.ky, horn Se])teniber


IK'
a

1833

married Fel)ruary
12, 1827.

H,

1861, Josiah Parson.s, son of Josiali Parsons and ^lary (I'ratt)

Cooke.

was horn

in Boston, Mass..

October
in

Mr.
'47.

Cooke was

graduate of Harvard University

the class of

He was Irving
Sciences, a

Professor of chemistry and mineralogy, in

University, and president of the American

Academy

of

Harvard Arts and


Xewport.

member

of the National

Academy, and received the

degree of LL. D. at Cand)ridge, England.

He

died

in

R.

L, Sei)tembcr 3, 1894. 21, 1!I1.

^Irs.

Cooke died

in Caml)ri<lge, Mass.,

May
4.

IsA.\C Mansi'iki.d, born Decemlier 15, 1836, and died October 12.
1837.

5.

Wii.i.iam Rk.kd, born Septendier 20, 1838.

1.
Jame.s

2.

I.

2. 7. 5.

:i.

1.
6, 182(i
;

Fkkeman H in riNcJTON,
Hale
3(t,

born S('])tember
Wiii])ple.

married,

first.

May
an<l

30, 1848, Ellen Soi)hrouia

She was born


July
17,

May
1873,
2i:.

4,

1827,

died Xovendu-r

1867.

He

married,

.si-cond,

Louisa
.Mr.

\V. F.

Dana.

She was born October

24, 18^2,

and died .May

li04.

Huntington died
rnioii

May

18, i;Ht6.
in

hardware business in .Marietta. O. He was in the 1861, was eoninussioned as 2il Lieut, of the On November 4, 1861, he was connnissioned as 1st Ohio Light .Vrtillery. Captain of Hattery 4 1st Ohio Ligiit .Vrtillery. His Uattery was soon after attached to Oeneral I>andcrs' command and opc-rated in the Shenandoah He seived in liiis N'aliey during .laekson's raid. Later he was Vallc\

He was engage<l Army and on

the

()et(ilier 3,

assigned to

(lie

.\rih\ nf the

i'nlduiae,

and took
to the

|)art

in

the baltU'S of Fred-

ericksburg, Chaneellorsvilie and (Jettysljiirg.


,\fter (Jettysbui-g
lie

was invalided
lOrie.
.\t

Reserve Corps, on wliieh he


at

served
f>n

in

and un
he

liie

defenses of \\'asliinglon, and


the liattle of
until
his

the coiifederan- prison


He|)ul)lic,

Johnson

Island,

Lake
.\t

eellorsvilie,

foiiglil

his

l)atteiy

and at Changunners were l>ayonotted wliile


I-'ort

serving their pieces.

Ila/el (Jrove
in re|K'Iling

and

at Chancellorsvilh' his battery ren-

dered distinguished service

Jackson's turning movement.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

117

In this engagement he received injuries which later necessitated his


giving up active

command

of his Battery.

At the

close of the

war he was

dis-

charged from the service with the brevet rank of Major.

He was
1.

a Unitarian.

CHILDREN.

Kate Whipple,
"November

born December

3,

1849, in Exeter,

N. H.; died and died

24, 1863.

2.

Frank Henry,
August

born June born April

22,

1851, in Lowell, Mass.,

15, 1852. 16, 1856, in Marietta, Ohio.


9,

3.

Edward Wells,
Oliver
ried,

4.

Mayhew
August

Whipple, born June

1858, in Marietta; marAvas

31, 1888, Ellen Balcli.

She

born February 25,

1864.

5. 6.

Alice, born August 8, 1860, in Marietta, Ohio. Herbert, born March 31, 1865; married, August Honore Misgill; she was born January 10, 1869.
children.

12, 1896,

^lary

They have no

1.2. 4.2. 7. 5. 3.
Edward Wells Huntington,
mari-ied,
28, 1861.

1.

3.
Ohio;

born April

16, 1856, in Marietta,

October

29, 1879,

Frances Everett Priestman.

She was born October

child.
*
1.

Frederic William, born January

16. 1881.

1.

2.4.2. 7. 5. 3.

1.

3.1.

August
1883.

Frederic William Huntington, born January 16, 1881; married, 21, 1911, Mary Catherine McLaughlin. She was born February 21,
child.
1.

Mary

Hinckley, born August

7,

1913.

1.

2.4.

2. 7. 5. 3. 1. 5.
8,

Alice (Huntington) Pew, born August


married. June
2,

1860, in Marietta, Ohio;

1887, William A. Pew, Jr.

He was

born November

30, 1858.

children.
1.

Mary Huntington,

born February

10, 1889.

2.

3.

4.

Alethea Huntington, born April 11, 1892; married, November 28, 1914, Edmund Johnson Barnard. Catherine Whipple, born May 19, 1893. Harriet Winchester, born October 29, 1894.

lis

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

1. 2. 4. 2. 7. 5. 3. 5.
Wii.i.iAM

Kkkd IlrNTiNGTOX, bom

at

Lowell, Mass., Sept'inl)iT 20,

1838;

married, October 14, 1803, Theresa, daughter of

Dr.

Edward and

Margari't Wendell (Phillips) Ri-ynolds, of Boston.


2!,

1837, and died

September

24, 1872.

She was born December Her mother was a sister of Wendell


in

Phillips.

He

graduated from Harvard College

1859.

He was

Class Poet, and

also Phi Peta

Kappa

poet in 1870.

He was

assistant in Chemistry at Har-

vard, under Prof. J. P. Cooke, for one year after graduation.


for the ministry of the Episcopal

He

then studieil

Church under Rev. Erederick Dan Huntington (afterwards Bishop of Central New York), and was his assistant at Emanuel Church, Boston. On December 3, 1862, he was ordained as a ])riest at All Saints Cliurcli, Worcester, Mass., and on the same day began his rectorship of that Church, which continued for twenty-one years. On November 1, 1883, he became rector of Grace Church, New York, and so continued until his death, which occurred at Nahant, Mass.. July
26, 1909.

Eroui 1871 until his death, he was a delegate to the General Convention
of the Protestant Episcopal

Church

in

the United States, and took a most

active part in the

House

of Deputies.

He was

the author of the following woi'ks:

The Church Idea, an essay Towards Unity, 1870.


Conditional Immortality, 1878.

The Causes of tlie Soul, A Book of Sermons, 1891. The Peace of the Church, The Bohlen Lectures fur The Good She])herd and Other Sermons, IDOC.

18!ti.

National Church.

Psyche:

Study

of the Soul.

The

Spiritual House.

Tlu'ology's

Eminent Douuiin.

Poi)ular Misconceptions of the Ejiiscopal Church.

Short History of the Book of

Common

Prayer.

E(ur

Key Words

of Religion.

Sonnets and a Dream.

And many magazine


He was
D. D., D. C.
D.
S.
1).,

articles

and pinnphlcts.

the recipient of the following degrees:

Columbia,
L.,

187;5.
1S!I(>.

I'niversity of the South,

Princeton,
!)..

189(1.

T.

Harvard, 189H.
Hobarf, 1899.
Yale, 1902.

L.
S.

II. I).. r. 1).,


I).,

EL.

Union, 1909.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

119

The one dominant purpose of his whole life was the furtherance of Church Unity (organic unity and not mere federation). In 1870 he published the "Church Idea," which embodies his hopes for unity, and portrays the possibilities of the Episcopal Church as the germ of the "church of the reconciliation."

which he delivered at the Church Congress months before he died, he quoted from a sermon on Church Unity he had preached in Trinity Church, Boston, in
the
of an address
in Boston, in jNIay,

At

end

1909, only two

1865, the following passage:


"

Allow me

to suggest three jjrominent characteristics

by which a truly
.a

National Church in this country would be known.


ditions of

Let us term them the con:

American

Catholicity.

They

are these

a simple creed,

varied

worship, a generous polity."

He then closed his address with these words " For these principles I have, during the four and forty years, through
:

evil

report and through good

report, contended;

and by them
published

stand,

strengthened by the ancient watchword, 'Hope on, hope ever.'"

Here follow extracts from a


Outlook, shortly after his death.
" Probably no

triliute to

his

memory

in

The

church

in

New

York

is

known

to a larger

number

of people

throughout the United States than Grace church.

One

of the most ])erfect


it

churches architecturally in the country, the lovely bit of garden by which


is

framed emphasizes its position on Broadway, where the tides of life rise and fall six days in the week. To many people this fine structure, with its religious atmosphere, its dignified services, and its delightful music, has been, by reason of its wealth and the social jirominence \of its membershij), only a
" fashionable church."

As

a matter of fact,

it is

one of the most generous and

active churches in the country, carrying

on a work which would tax the

strength of

many

large communities, with a rector as devoted as the most

consecrated missionary, and as burdened with work as a pioneer preacher on


the frontier."
" What might have been a church of the idle rich was under his ministry, under that of his predecessor. Bishop Potter, a church of tireless workers a pulpit which might have been the vantage-ground for the display of oraas
torical gifts, or for self-advertising in

some of

its

many

forms, was a place of

inspiration

and

spiritual leadership
in restless

a parish which might have tempted a a singularly quiet spirit in the cen-

man
tral

to

spend himself

energy seemed to confirm Dr. Huntington's

habits as a student

and thinker.

He had

roar and tumult of the great city; he was a self-effacing preacher of the
organizers in the metropolis, he was one of
liis

highest truth from a pulpit of the greatest prominence


less
its

one of the most tiremost studious and meditative


;

men.

sermons were never what used to be called " great

efforts "; for Dr.

Huntington had both the preaching and the literary instinct, and his pulpit utterances were notable for a certain beautiful simplicity, which was not only an expression of the fine sincerity of his nature, but of his ripe culture and his

120
sense of art in writing.
his initials

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
There was a vein of
]x)etry in

him, and occasionally

appeared

in

connection with some striking sonnet called forth by

some appeal

to his imagination or to his quick

moral sense.

His courage was

as pronounced as his ijuietness of manner, and the prophet in

him

lost

no whit

of force because he did not go about clad in rough garments or


in the desert."

make

his

home

ritual, and lie succeeded in his Prayer Hook of his Church; at the same time he conducted services in his church so simple that people unacquainted with his Church's ritual felt at home while participating in them. He was a believer

"

He

recognized the power and place of

efforts for the revision of the

in

the dignity and the greatness of his conniuinion, and was i)roud to be called
;

Churchman movement fur

but he was a leader within his


affiliation

own Church

in

more than one

with other bodies of Christians; he was a supporter

in jtarticular of the successful effort to

open the pulpit

of the churches of his

communion

to ministers of other

denominations, and for over forty years was

a staunch advocate of church union.


easy to enter by means of sermons on

As a preacher he was
j)ublic

scholarly

and

devout, and he avoided the sort of publicity into which clergymen often (ind
it

did not hesitate to speak clearly on matters of even a

and current events; and yet he ]>olitical nature whenever

He was a devoted follower and worshipper and he acknowledged his Master as a friend and companion fjut he had a faith which was not exclusive, but inclusive, and wliich coniitassi-d others whose faith was not as his." " As preacher, organizer, spiritual guide and consoler this rare man hid his own griefs and trials behind his vocation as the teaciier and helper of his fellows. His reticence about himself seemed to concentrate all his power on helj)fulness for others. His life was lived under the shadow of a great bereavement, so sacred in its memories that it was rarely if ever sicken of in his jiresence but his deep and beautiful fidelity to one dear memory sent sadness through his whole nature, and gave him a rare power of consolation. The ojx'U gi'ave of a stranger was to him a place of pt-rstmal sorrow, and every grief to which he ministered was interpreted by his own grief. His sympathy was quick and fertile in resource, and his first thought was one of practical helpfulness. But his keen intelligence kept guard over his generous nature, and his service was as wise as it was iieartfelt. In his own communion his lifelong effort was to bring men of divergent views to a better uiulerstanding and a more eflicient co-ojieration. His clearness and quickness of mind, his jirecision and force of statement, his wit and his ironic spirit were best seen in
they called for moral judgment.
of Jesus Christ,
: ;

the General Conventions of the Episcopal Church.

He

debater

in

these
in

assemblies,

and

always

wise

was the most effective and far-seeing leader.

consecrated servant

sympathy with the democratic movement of the age, and a ot humanity, Dr. Huntington nevt-r s|Mike smooth words when fiery ones were neeih-d never courted |>opuIar favor; never sought recognition of any kind more than once refused to be made a bishop; was unspoiled by universal affection, and uncorrupted by reputation and inBuence;
; ;

Thoroughly

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
wore to the end the white flower
he had
lived, calmly, quietly,

121
life
;

of a blameless

and beautiful

and

died, as

doing his work to the very end."

CHILDREN.
*
*
1. 2.
3.

Francis Cleaveland, born April

3,

1865, in Worcester, Mass.


;

Margaret Wendell,

born July

6,

1866

in

Nahant, Mass.

* 4.

Theresa, born December 23, 1867; in Mary Hinckley, born July 30, 1870;

Boston, Mass.
in

Nahant, Mass.

1.

2.4. 2. 7. 5. 3. 5. 1.
3,

Mass.; married, June 15, 1904, at St. James,

Francis Cleaveland IIuntincjton, born April Long

1865, in Worcester,

Island,

N.

Y.,

Susan

Louisa, daughter of Prescott Hall and Cornelia Stewart (Smith) Butler, of

Long

Island, N. Y. She was born August 10, 1879, in St. James, N. Y. Mr. Huntington is a lawyer, a member of the firm of Huntington, Rhinelander and Seymoure, a graduate of Harvard University in 1887, and of the Harvard Law School, in 1891. He served as corporal in Troop A, N. Y., U. S. Volunteers, in the

Spanish war; enlisted May 2, 1898; was discharged in December, was appointed Commissioner of Prisons, N. Y. State, July, 1907. They are Episcopalians, and live in New York City.
1898.

He

children.
1. 2.

3.

Prescott Butler, born July 26, 1905, at St. James, L. I., N. Y. William Reed, born January 28, 1907, in New York City. Christopher, born February 27, 1911, in New York City.

1.2.4.2.
Mass.
;

7. 5. 3. 5. 3.
born December 23, 1867,
in

Theresa Huntington Robbins,


married,

Boston,

November

14, 1888,

Royal Robbins.

-He was born December

12, 1865.

They

reside in Brookline, Mass.

CHILDREN.
*
1. 2.

Royal Elisha, born March 11, Theresa Reynolds, born May

1890.
8,

1893.

1.2.4.2. 7.5.3.5.3.
Royal Elisha Robbins,
Eugenia Greenough.
She was born September
child.
1.

1.
6,

born March 11, 1890; married, March


8,

1913,

1886.

ViOLETT, born January

27, 1914.

122

HUNTINGTON GKNEALOGY.

1.

2.4.

2. 7. 5. 3.

5.4.
.Fuly

Maky

IIincklky (Huntington) Thompson, born


5,

30, 1870, in

Naliant, Mass.; married, September

1896, in Northeast Harbor, Me., Wil-

liam Goodrich, son of Charles Oliver and Maria ((JoodrichJ Thompson.

He

was born in Peacham, Vt., November 16, 1S64. He is a lawyer, a graduate of Harvard College, 1888, and Harvard Law School, 1891. He was Assistant U. S. Attorney for the Dist. Mass., 1892-94. He is an Episcopalian: and Terre Haute, Ind., 1883-4 Cambridge, lived in Worcester, Mass., 1868-188.S ]\[ass., 1884-190.5; Chestnut Hill, Mass., 1905, where they now live.
;

CHILDREN.
1.

Miriam Phillips,

born October 30, 1899, in Cambridge.


21, 19(0, in

INIass.

2. 3.

Katharink, born November

Cambridge,

^fass.

4. 5.

AViLLiAM Huntin(;ton, born June 2.5, 1903, in Northeast Harbor, Me. Charles Goodrich, born A])ril 22. 1906, in Chestnut Hill. .Mass. Margari'/i" Wendell, born November 2<), 1914.

1.

2.4.

2. 7.

5.4.

Asahel Huntington,
college at Phillip's

born July

23, 1798, in Topsfield, Mass.; fitted for

Academy, Andover, Mass., and entered Yale in 181.5, where he graduated in 1819. After leaving college he commenced liis legal studies at Newburyport. and, after some interruptions, completed them at Salem, Essex county, Mass., in 1824. In March of that year, he was admitted to the
bar, and connnenced the practice of law at Salem, and continued in practice

with marked success and high reputation, until


repeatedly a

18.51.

During

this time,

he was

member

of the legislature of Massachusetts.


;

In 1853, he was a

member
mayor

of the constitutional convention in that state

and the same year was


;

of Salem.

He was

attorney for the county of Essex

attorney for the

district, consisting of

the counties of Essex, and Middlesex, in the administra-

was divided, held the same oflice was a})pointed clerk of all the courts iu Essex county; when he retired from ))ractice, and accepted the ollice, which he held until his death. He was for many years an active and efHcient protion of criminal cases;
district

and when the


In 18.51,

for the district of Essex.

lie

life,

moter of tlu' temperance reform in his oOicial capacity, as well as in private he devoted his time, talents, and services to the cause; and as a legislator, and advtjcate. he was iustrunu-utal in advancing its interests and promoting
;

its

success.

Mr. Iluntinglun married, August 1.5, 1.S42, widow Tucker, ol Salem, whose maiden name was Caroline Louisa Deblois. He died in Salem, Mass., after a brief illness, September 5, 1870.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
CHILDREN.
1.

123

William Deblois,
for college,

born August 25, 1843; was engaged in

fitting

2.

3.

ment. He Sarah Louisa, born July Arthur Lord, born June

when, in 1861, he entered the service of the governwas on board the U. S. steamship Cambridge.
23, 1845.
14, 1848.

1. 2. 4. 2. 7. 6.

Conn.

Elizabeth (Huntington) Tracy, born July 17, 1763, in Norwich, She married, December 13, 1781, Calvin Tracy of Coventry, and they
settled

removed west, and

upon the Holland Purchase

in

New

York.

children.
1.

Anne Huntington,

2. 3.

4.

5.

6.
7.

born January 12, 1783. Calvin, born March 16, 1784. Chester, born in November, 1787. Elizabeth, born November 4, 1789, and died June 28, 1795. Irene, born July 2, 1792, married Samuel Loomis of Coventry. Elizabeth, born June 17, 1796, married Arad Talcott.

GuRDON Huntington,
Mary, born June
8,

born July

13, 1798.

8.

1800.

1.

2.4. 2. 7. 7.
5,

Rebecca (Huntington) Ellis, born September


Conn., and married,

1765, in Norwich,

November

23, 1785,

Stephen

Ellis of Franklin,

and

re-

moved with her

sister,

Mrs. Tracy, into the state of

New

York.

children.
1.

Hezekiah
Mary, born

H., born October

5,

1781. and died

May

18, 1795.

2.
3.

Urania, born November


April
9,

28, 1786.

1789.
21, 1794,

4.

Rebecca, born May

and died

May

15, 1795.

1. 2. 4. 2. 7.

8.
in

Gurdon Huntington,
first,

born July 31. 1768,

Norwich, Conn.; married

Januai'y 24, 17 99, Esther, only daughter of Benjamin and


of

Hannah (Atwood)

Martin

Woodbury, Conn. She was a most excellent Christian woman, and died in Cairo, N. Y., November 16, 1819. He married, second, in November 1821, Mary S. Prudden of Litchfield, South Farms. She survived him a few
years and died in 1854 at Beloit, Wisconsin.

124

HUNTINOTON GENKALOGY.

He pursued his early studies with his pastor. Rev. Dr. Nott, and was a companion and fellow pupil with the no less venerable Dr. Eliphalet Nott of Union College. After pursuing his medical studies with Dr. Lord, about the year of 1794. he removed to the banks of the Susquehanna, and located himself at

Unadilla.

New

York.

His Here he became a successful and deservedly popular physician. rides extended often forty and fifty miles, and a more welcome visitor never entered those scattered homes. In this laborious field, journeying by day and by night, often winding his solitary way along almost untrodden paths, and fording unbridged streams, he was both a cheerful and hai)])y man and a skillHe accumulated a handsome property, and atful and prosperous physician. tained the highest honors in the gift of his townsmen. He was a member of In 1813 he the New York assembly from Otsego County, from 1804 to 181(K removed to Cairo in Greene County, N. Y., where he continued to residt' until

his death,

July

13, 1847.

Dr. Huntington
terian church.

made a

profession of religion in 1816, joining the Presby-

a consistent member of tlie church, of which he was also an elder at the time of his death. He was a very retiring man. abounding much more in the good deeds of an excellent spirit, than in ostentaHe was a most genial and companionable man, just such as tious professions. every one hails as a friend. He had no enemy, and his memory is yet fragrant with the most precious savor of his generous and sanctified nature. 'Jliis family which consisted of seven children, five of them ilying in infancy, were all born at Unadilla, N. Y.
evei-

He was

CHII.DHKN.
*
*
1.

2. 3.

Hannah A., born May 26, 1800. Anna Minerva, born March 14, A Son, who died in infancy.
Children
J

1802.

4.

who

died in infancy.

1.

2.4. 2. 7. 8.

1.

IIintington) I5ams, born May 26. 1800, in Unadilla, X.Y.; lie rtsi(h'(i many married, October, l.S2.'i, Calvin Halis, of Oswego, N. Y. years in New York city, and was at oin- time an alderman of the first ward. Mr. Halls died in Oswego, in .lunt-, 1847, where his wiilow resiiied with her

Hannah

A.

sister,

Mrs. IJrewstcr,

in

18r>.S.

CUII.DRKN.
1.

(iiiKDON Ih'NTiNOTON,

bom

in

August, 1826.

IIknkiktta K., born in March, 182. Both of them dying in New York city.
2.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

125

1.2.4.

2. 7. 8. 2.
born March
14, 1802, in

Anna Minerva (Huntington) Brewster,


Oswego.
terms, and

Unadilla, N. Y.; married, in October, 1826, the Hon. David P. Brewster, of

Mr. Brewster was a member of the United States Congi'ess first judge of Oswego county court, from 1833 to 1841.

for

two

child.
*
1.

Lucius Huntington, who was born

in

Oswego, July

31, 1827.

1.

2.4. 2. 7. 8. 2.
in

1.
Y.,

Lucius Huntington Brewster, born


married, October
9,

Oswego, N.

July 31, 1827;

1851, Maria P. Baron.

children.
1.

2.

Anna Huntington. William Baron.


1.

2.4. 2. 8.
born
Aju-il 27, 1730, in

Sarah (Huntington) Kingsbury,


1775.

Norwich,
5,

Conn., and married, ]May 12, 1756, Asa Kingsbury,

who

died September

children.
1. 2.

Asa, born

INIarch 12, 1757.

3. 4.

Sarah, born April 8, 1761. Eunice, born November 9, Lucy, born June 20, 1771.

1767.

1.

2.4. 3.
5,

Isaac Huntington, born February


and
tian,

1688,

and married February

21,

1715-16, Rebecca, great-grand-daughter of Rev. John Lathrop, of England,


later of Scituate

jiublic service, in

and Barnstable, Mass. which he continued all his

life.

He was early brought into the He was a professed Chris-

in 1731, on whose records his name often show he was regarded as a sound and safe ecclesiHe was appointed, October 21, 1746, on a committee, with astical counselor. Simon Tracy, his cousin Daniel, and Philip Turner, to " labor for the conviction and recovering of the Separates." These were the irregular and heterodox members of the church to which he belonged. He was, as successor to his fatliei", chosen town clerk, December 6, 1726, yet had performed the duties of the office, from an apparently unknown date, commencing his services

having entered the church

occurs, in relations which

126
during the
official

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
period of his father, and with the aid of his son Benjamin,
to his

by his hand, being on more than a month previous to his death. This record was "examined" and attested by his son. He died, in the homestead built by his father, on soil taken from the Indians, February 23, 1764, transmitting both his home and his office to his youngest son. His widow died April 27, 17 74. CHILDREN.
deatli, the last entry,
little

continuing them

down

own

the 9th day of January, 1764, but a

This family were


1.
2.

all

born and recorded

in

Norwich.

Rebecca, born November


Isaac, born August
25,

17, 1717,

and died June

5,

1725.
in

1719.

He

purchased land

the

New

Concord Society of Norwich, now Bozrali, in 1744, where he married, January 24, 1749-50, Lucy Edgerton. He was a substantial farmer, and a prominent man in the town. He was
a

member

of the Connecticut Convention in 1788,

which

ratified

the Constitution of the United States.


children,

He

died,

having had no
1800, in

March

23, 1799, as his

gravestone attests, "in hope of


his

a glorious immortality."

Lucy,

widow, died

May

4,

her 77th year.


*
3.

Sarah, born April

17, 1721.
2,

4.

Nehemiah, born January

1722-3, and married,

March

14,

She was daughter of Gershom and Mary (Bird) Hinckley, and was born in LebaHe was a non, September 24, 1727. They had no children. man of property and enterprise, having established the Iron Works in the eastern part of Bozrah, which were subsequently improved by Nehemiah Huntington Fitch, who purchased the property. The Iron works wei-e removed many years since, and on the same ground now stands the beautiful village, built and improved by the brothers Fitch. The following is the inscription " In memory on his gravestone in the Bozrah burying ground of Nehemiah Huntington, Esq., a worthy officer both in church beneficent, hosjjitable, and pious a kind ano and state tender husband, an indulgent master and a good neighbor. H^died Jime 16, 1780." His widow married in 1782, Dr. Elisha Tracy, the disHer gravestone stands by tinguished physician of Norwich. the side of her first husband's in the Bozrah burying ground* and has the following inscription: "In memory of Lois Trac_> relict of Dr. Elisha Tracy, who died October 3, 1790, in the 63rd year of her age, having been a few years separated from
1748-9, Lois Hinckley, of Lebanon, Conn.
:

5.

Nehemiah Huntington, Pjsq., her former husband." Dorcas, born February 23, 1724-5, and married, ^lay
William Lathrop of Norwich.

13, 1745,

There

is

no other record con

nected with their names than that of his death, July 15, 1770.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
6.

127
24, 1746,

Rebecca, born December


Daniel, (1.
3. 9. 3.)

4,

1726.

She married, July

April 15, 1798.

7.

8. 9.

*
*

10.
11.

born Xovember 26, 1728. Samuel, born March 23, 1731 and died in 1737. Joseph, born November 15, 1732 and died January Elijah, born December 21, 1734. Benjamin, born February 22, 1786.
]\Iai?y,

29, 1813.

* 12.

Abigail, born July

29, 1739.

1.

2.4. 3. 3.
Bliss of Norwich,
in

Sarah (Huntington)
married,

Bliss, born April 17, 1721, in Norwich, Conn.;

December

6,

1747,

John

who was born May

16,

1717, and died April 15, 1809.

Mrs. Bliss died

Norwich, January

25, 1806.

CHILDREN.
1. 2.

3.

4.
5.

John, born March 14, 1748-9. Elizabeth, born January 4, 1750-51. Zepheniaii, born July 8, 1753. Sakah, born February 9, 1757. William, born December 2, 1766.

1.2.4.3.7.
Mary
Conn.;
died,

(IIuNTiN(iToN) Fitch, 'born November


3,

26,

1728, in Norwich,

married, September
13, 1707.

1750,

Ebenezer Fitch

of

Norwich, where he

February

children.
1.

2. 3.

Eunice, born March 23, 1752, and Gerard, born July 14, 1753.

died August 31, 1753.

4.
5.
I
)

Eunice, born April 17, 1755. Nabby, born August 4, 1757.

6.
7.

Ebenezer, born October 29, 1759. Roger, born September 13, 1761.

Mary, born January

3, 1

764.

8.

9.

10.

11.

Oliver, born July 23, 1766. Elizabeth, born November 10, 1768. Sarah, born August 10, 1771. Charles, born November 8, 17 75.

1.2.4.3.10.
Elijah Huntington, born December 21, 1734, in Norwich, Conn.; married, December 19, 1764, Anna, daughter of Joseph and Mary (1. 3. 9. 2.)
Cajiew,

and went same year into Bozrah, where he lived and died, a useful

128
and honored man.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

He was

member

of the Connecticut legislature in 1791.

Thou;h early called into the service of his country, having served in three

campaigns
His

of the old

French AVar, he preferred the


life

less

exposed and

less

noticed, yet none the less useful,


first

of a fai-mer.

wife died April

9,

1770, and he married, the second time,

21, 1771, Lydia,

daughter of Thomas and

Ann (Bingham)

Baldwin,

March who was

born, October 19, 1740.

After a distressing confinement of eleven years, with an obstinate rheumatic complaint, induced at
first

by

his exposures in his military

campaigns,

he died

in

Bozrah, March 20, 1814.


illustrative of the character of the

The

following extracts from his correspondence, during his third and last

campaign, are here inserted, as


tario,

man, and

OnAugust 8, 1760, he thus writes to his father in Norwich, Conn.: "After a long and tedious march of thirty-one days from Schenectady, I arrived at 1 call our passage from Schenecthis place in good health, the 29th of July. tady to this place a march, though we came by water all the way, only at three carrying places for we were obliged to wade a good part of the way up the Mohawk River to Fort Stanwix, at the head of the river, which is about 140
as containing authentic history of those days.

From

the

camp

at Fort

miles from Schenectady.

In this distance there

is

one carrying place of about

one mile.

From Fort Stanwix, we

carry about one mile again, and then take

into

Creek, which runs to the westward, and is a very small stream running * * * Yesterday the two snows that we have in Oneida Lake. this (Ontario) Lake went down it, one of twenty and the other of eighteen guns, with a party of batteaux with them containing about 2,000 men. I expect the remainder of the armj' will go after them to-morrow or the next day, at furthest, to give the French a visit at Oswegoehwe."

Wood

Camp
Honored Father:

at Montreal, 10th

September, 1760.

We landed on this Island, about eight miles above the city, last Sunday, and marched down within about two miles of the city, where we encamped without any opposition. Monday the French General capitulated. The inhabitants of Canada are to enjoy their habitations and become subjects of Great Britain. The regular troops are to be held as prisoners of war, and they are about four thousand. The Indians have never given us any trouble,
but rather fallen in on our side. Sir, you have doubtless heard of our success at Fort Levee, now William

We took a brig of fourteen guns and 120 There we landed on the two islands, on one side of the island that the French fort was on, and on the main on the other the French firing upon side of it; and began to entrench and build batteries our men from their fort, but doing but little damage. The 23d we got our batteries open, and began to play upon them from the two islands and the main. The 25th, in the afternoon, the French surrendered and were all made
Augustus, on the 17th of August.
of the fort.

men, within sight

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
prisoners of war.
five pieces of

129
and they had
thirty-

There were about 300 men


I

in the fort,
tell

cannon, but no bombs.


Col. Fitch lost

cannot

how many men we

lost,

but

two men by the wounds on board our snows. The 31st we embarked at Fort William Augustus for this place, and we lost as many men in coming as we did at the siege, by reason of the falls in the river. Capt. Smith, from New London, had five men drowned. * * * Sir, we have orders for all the Provincials to march to-morrow morning back to Oswego, which gives the regiments a great deal of uneasiness for we are now 271 miles from Oswego, and one half of the way a strong current, and it is not further, I suppose, from Albany by way of Crown Point, which way we always expected to go. The reason of our going by the way of Oswego, I cannot tell unless it be to work on the fort. Honored Sir, these lines leave me in good healtth, as I have been ever since I left home, for which I desire to be thankful. Let God have the praise of our success over the enemy and may we never have occasion for another campaign in this country again. Sir, your most obedient son,
our
loss is

but small.

******
Elijah Huntington.

P. S.

The

city of

Montreal

is

about a mile in length and half a mile in

Gen. Amherst lies above the city, with about men; Gen. Murray, from Quebec, below it, with about 4,000 soldiers and 3,000 marines; and Col. Haviland, from Crown Point, with about 6,000
breadth, witlain the walls.

10,000

men

on the other side of the river."

children.
Concord Society, Norwich, now Bozrah, and their births are all on the N orwich records. * 1. Anna, born June 4, 1767. 2. Isaac, born October 21, 1769, and died June 12, 1770. * 3. Rebecca, born January 11, 1772. 4. Eunice, born December 28, 1773, and died single, in 1802. * 5. Isaac, born November 7, 1775. * 6. Elijah, born December 10, 1777. * 7. Wealthy, born January 8, 1780.
This family were
all

born in

New

8.

Nehemiah, born

April 20, 1782.

1.2. 4. 3. 10.
mai-ried.

1.

Anna (Huntington) Fitch, born June 4, 1767, in Norwich, Conn.; May 18, 1796, Capt. Oliver Fitch. They lived in Norwich, where
7,

she died January

1808.

Her husband married


CHILDREN.

again,

June

20, 1811,

Miss

Susan Finney.

He

died April 13, 1814, in his forty-seventh year.

1. 2.

Edward Gould,

born

May

31, 1799.

Charles, born July

15, 1803,

and died January

7,

1808,

130

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

1.2.4.3. 10. 3.
11, 1772, in Norwich, Ezra Lathrop. She lived in Bozrah on the farm which her father had owned. She died in May, 1812, in Norwich,

Rkbecca (Huntington) Lathrop, born January


Uecember
19, 1796,

Conn.; married,

Ct.

After the deatli of his wife Mr. Lathrop married


field, Ct.,

Mary

Pierce of Plain-

and had two sons one

of

whom was
CHILDREN.

still

living in

1860 on the home-

stead of his grandfather Huntington.

1.

2.

Mary, died young. Mary, born June


Essex,
Ct..

21,

1803;

married Alanson Hough, m.d., of

where she died.


5,

3.

Eunice, born October was

1806; married,

first,

John, son of Capt.

William Kelly of Bozrah, who died leaving one son, Henry, who
living in Norwich City in 1862. She married, second, George Harrington, of Essex, where she died. Rebecca Jank, born December 17, 1811. She was in early life a devoted Christian, and went to India in 1839. as a missionary, where she became the second wife of the Rev. Mr. Cherry. A CHILD, died in infancy. A CHILD, died in infancy.

4.

5.
6.

1. 2. 4. 3.

10. 5.

He 7, 1775, in Norwich, Conn. was a farmer and occupied till his death, a jjart of the territory first taken up by his ancestor in Bozrah. He was a very retiring and unambitious, \ et He nuirestimable man, and was always held in esteem in his neighborhood. ried, November 27, 1807, Hannah, daughter of Joshua and Hannah (Dart) Maples, who was a most affectionate and excellent woman, and a member of She died March 24, 1838, aged 52 years. He married the Baptist church. He died again, April 30, 1839, Mrs. Esther, widow of Dr. Scott, of Bozrah. June 27, 1842, his widow surviving him several years.
Isaac Huntington, born November
children.
This fauiUy were all born in Bozrah. * 1. Wealthy Ann, born October
2.

8,

1807.

Charles Maples, born

July 13, 1809.

He was

a farmer, though

an invalid for much of his earlier life. He married, November 18, 1833, Clarissa, daughter of William Kelley, of Bozrah, who
died, having

he had lived on a part

had no children, November 29, 1853. Until 1857 of the farm which his ancestors took from
it.

the aboriifinal inheritors of

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
3.

131
She was the subject '31, and was pro-

Lydia Baldwin, born September


pounded
for admission to the

6,

1813.

of a revival of religion in Bozrah, in 1830 and


scarlet fever entered the family

Congregational church, but the

4.

and suddenly withdrew her to She died September 2, 1831. Hannah Dart, born September 3, 1815, married Henry W. He was Hough, M. D., son of William Hough of Bozrah. located in the practice of medicine in North Killingly, and still For many years she was the subject of a most later in Putnam. afflictive physical disorder, in the progress of which she lost all power of locomotion, so that she became as helpless, physically, Yet with unexampled patience, and with a serene as a babe. and quiet smile, she would sit all day, and with the only motion of her arm left under her control, turn over the leaves of some book, which she was reading, or wave the fan, whose cool breath she could yet feel. She died January 7, 1855, a peaceful and
the church above.

5.

Her husband married, again, Mary Tripp, of Putnam, and was in 1862 a surgeon in the Union army. Isaac, born November 2, 1817, and died of consumption, in Bozrah,
hopeful death.

April 20, 1849, unmarried.


6.

Eunice, born November

17, 1820,

and died

of scarlet fever, Octo-

ber 10, 1831, in Bozrah.

7.

8.

Mary, born May Joshua Henry,

24, 1826.

born June 28,


in

1833.

teaching school, and fitted himself for college.

He commenced, early, He entered

Dartmouth College

commencement
1858.

He

1854, and removed to Amherst at the sophomore year, where he graduated in was, when last heard from, teaching a private school
of his

in Mississippi, 1860.

1.2.4.3. 10. 5.
Wealthy Ann (Huntington) Gager,

1.
8,

born October

1807, in Bozrah,

Conn.; married, September 18, 1827, Samuel Austin, son of Captain Samuel

and Cynthia (Meech) Gager. He was born about 1804, in Bozrah. He was a farmer, and lived in Bozrah, where he died, in June, 1846, from an accident. His wife died Jiily 15, 1844, in Bozrah.

children.
*
*
*
1.

2. 3.

Maria Ann, born September 15, 1828. John Jay, born August 14, 1831.
Lydia Eliza, born June 16, 1834. Charles A., born June 15, 1837.

4.

132

HUNTINGTON GENEALOOY.

1.

2.4. 3. 10. 5.

1. 1.

Maria Ann (Gager) Fox, born September 15, 1828, in Bozrah, Conn.; May 1, 1848, Roswell, son of David Austin Fox. He was born November 14, 1828. He was a prominent physician and surgeon of Wethersfield,
married
Conn., where he died October 25, 1898.

His wife died February

2,

1915.

CHILDREN.
1.

John Gager,
ersfield,

born April

7,

1852; died

March

17, 1853, in

Weth-

Conn.

2.

3.

Charles James, born December 21, 1854, in Wethersfield, Conn. He was a physician, and died April 17, 1913. Edward Gager, born August 8, 1859.

1. 2. 4. 3.

10. 5.
8,

1. 1.

3.

Edward Gager

Fox, born August


in Wethersfield,

1859, in Wethersfield, Conn.;

married October 26, 1892,

Frances Stoddard, daughter of

George Lewis and Elvira Maria (Woodhouse) Wells. She was born October Mr. Fox is a physician and sargeon, a 31, 1869, in Wethersfield, Conn. graduate of the year 1883, of the medical department of the University of the They City of New York, and is a prominent citizen of Wethersfield, Conn.
are Congregationalists.

CHILD.
1.

Kenneth Lewis,
1.

born January

30,

1896, in AV^ethersfield, Conn.

2.4. 3. 10. 5.
;

1. 2.
married, June 15, 1867,

John Jay Gager, born August 14, 1831 Francis Hough. He died in December, 1912.
CHILDREN.
1.

Mary

2.

3.

H., born in 1868. Lilie Eliza, born in 1870.

Samuel Arthur

A., born in 1868.

1. 2. 4.

3. 10. 5. 1. 3.
16,

Lydia Eliza (Gager) Lathrop, born June


Milton Nuton Lathrop.

1834

married, John

She died

in

December, 1866.

CHILD.
1.

Charles Edwin, born

in'1855.

HUNTIKGTON GENEALOGY.

133

1. 2. 4. 3.

10. 5. 1. 4.
1837
;

Charles A. Gager, born June


They
live in

15,

married Harriet Frances Fargo.

Norwich Town, Conn.

CHILDREN.
1.

2. 3.

A Daughter died in infancy. John Austin, born, Wealthie Ann, born in 1860;
,

died at the age of 49.

married Edwin Lathrop.


Kallion.

4.
5.

Carkie Adel, born in 1870; married E. E. Abel. Charles Adelbert, born in 1876; married Myra

1.2.4.3. 10.5.7.
Mary (Huntington) Yerrington,
Conn.; married October
7,

born
of

May

24, 1826, in

Bozrah,

1847, E.

W., son

Joseph Yerrington, of Norwich,

where

tliey lived.

children.
1. 2.

3.

4.
5. 6.

Marietta Taylor, born November 23, 1849. Theodore Webster, born August 17, 1851. Arthur Meech, born June 2, 1855, and died January Charles Arthur, born November 11, 1858.
Anne, born October,
22,

4,

1859.

1862

married Allen Baer of

New

York.

Mary.
1. 2. 4. 3.

10. 6.
10, 1777, in

Elijah Huntington, born December


of

Norwich, Conn.

He
in

married, in 1803, Lucretia, daughter of Elisha and Alice (Tracy) Leffingwell,

Norwich.

She was born

in

Norwich, November

14, 1782,

and died

Bozrah, in 1816.
in his native

He
;

married, for his second wife, June 13, 1821, Olive,

daughter of Joshua Stark, of Bozrah.

He was always esteemed and respected where he proved himself equally useful in promoting its His second wife, a most excellent woman, secular and religious prosperity. died in Bozrah, September 26, 1862.
town

children.
This family were all born in Bozrah. * 1. Philura Leffingwell, born March 23, 1805. * 2. WiNSLOW Tracy, born August 25, 1807.
*
3.

4.
5.

Caroline Matilda, born September 29, 1809. Lucretia Leffingwell, born September 18, 1822. Albert E., born August 4, 1828.

6.

Alfred

J.,

born June

11,

1834

in

1862 was in the Union ai-my.

134

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

1.2.4.3. 10. 6.

1.
23,

Philura Leffingwell (Huntington) Lathrop, born March


Deacon Charles Lathrop, of Norwich, and brother
sionary
sisters,

1805, in Bozrah, Conn.; married March, 1832, Christopher Leffingwell, son of


of that noble

band

of mis-

the grandchildren of Abigail, (1.


to Cleveland, Ohio,

2. 4. 3. 1. 2.).

They went

where they resided

at the

time of her

death, August 13, 1843.

She was a woman


uniform piety.

of sterling

good sense, and of unusually earnest and


CHILD.

1.

Elizabeth Hutchins, born February

8,

1836, in Cleveland, O.;

married, William Merriam, and lived in Cleveland.

1.

2.4. 3. 10. 6. 2.
25, 1807, in

WiNSLOW Tracy Huntington, born August


He
Pittsfield

Bozrah, Conn.

entered early on the study of medicine, and received his diploma from the

Medical School
proof of his

in 1829.

He commenced

almost immediately, after

graduating, the practice of his jJrofession, in East Iladdam, Conn., where he

and won for himself the confidence and esteem of He married, June 1, 1830, Ahnira In the summer of 1834, Dr. H. went to Albany, Carson, of Pittsfield, Mass. where he was invited by a circle of friends, to establish himself in business. He remained there only a few months, and located himself in Brooklyn, now Ohio City, where he rapidly secured an extensive practice, and at the same time engaged in speculations in real estate. While here, his wife died, in February, 1838. He married, for his second wife, in Akron, Ohio, July 12, 1840, widow Julia (Swift) Babcock, daughter of Chief Justice Swift of Windham, Conn., author of the Digest of Connecticut Laws. He removed to Akron, Ohio, where he fell a victim to his professional duty, dying December He was a 23, 1849, from a wound received at a post mortem examination. warm friend, generous to others rather than just to himself, an earnest inquirer after truth, both in reference to his profession and to religion, and as eager to propagate, as to embrace, whatever he felt convinced was true.

made good

skill,

a large circle of patrons and friends.

children.
1.

Henry
ber

King, born

in 1831, in

East Haddam, Conn.; died Septem-

10, 1831, in

East Haddam.

2.

3.

William Henry, born June 29, 1832, in East Haddam. Frances Elizabeth, born July 30, 1834, in Albany, N. Y. Miss Huntington taught for many years in Baton Rouge, La., and in
later years

was an earnest worker

in the cause of the

Women's

Christian

Temperance Union, and

for

many

years a jjrominent

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
officer in that

135
25, 1911, at the

body.

She died November

home

Blanchard, and the burial services held at the Second Presbyterian Church, in Cleveland, Ohio, were very impressive.
of
S.
4.

W.

All who knew her loved her, for her lovino; Christian sjiirit. Cornelia Winslow, born August 3, 1837, in Ohio City, O.; married November 15, 1860, in Cleveland, O., William Silliman,
(1. 2. 4. 10. 2. 9. 6.).

5.

Winslow, born
place.

in

1841, in Akron, O.; died in 1843, in the same

6.

7.

8.

LuCRETiA, born in 1843; died in 1845, in Akron, O. Julia Almira, born August 6, 1845, in Akron, O. Emily Lucretia, born April 12, 1849, in Akron, O.; married, June 28, 1890, Harry Cannon Starkweather. He was born at Greenwood, Lake, N. Y., November 20, 1860. They are living in New York City. They have no children.

1. 2. 4. 3.

10. 6. 2. 2.

boin June 29, 1832, in East Haddam. March 25, 1832, in Cleveland, O., Mary Caroline, daughter of William Henry and Mary (Weld) Staiile}', of Cleveland, O. She was born in Genesee, N. Y., March 25, 1837, and died February 19, 1893, in Cleveland, O.
Conn.; married

William Henry Huntington,

He is secretary and treasurer, of the Hawaiian Sugar Refining Co. a Presbyterian, and lived in Cleveland, O., previous to his removal Francisco, Cal., where he now lives.
children.
1.

He
to

is

San

Carolyn Winslow,
Cal.

born March 21, 1864; lives in San Francisco,


19, 1868.

2.

Alice Louise, born June

3.

Ralph Stanley, May 10, 1910,


August

4, 1878; married in New York, Bess Nonearl, daughter of Robert Henry and Sally Alice (Harrison) ChUton, of Dallas, Tex. She was born,

born October

9, 1879, in Bradenburgh, Ky. Mr. Huntington was a resident of California from 1898 to 1909, and now resides in Cleveland, O. He is an artist, and

a theosophist.

1.2.4. 3. 10. 6. 2.2.


land, O.; married, in Cleveland,

2.
19, 1868, in

Alice Louise (Huntington) Gardner, born June

Cleve-

George Henry, son of George W\ and Rosaline (Oviatt) Gardner. He was born in Cleveland, O., June 9, Mrs. Gardner is a graduate of Bradford Seminary, 1888. They are Presbyterians, and live in Cleveland, O.
.

136

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
CHILD.
1.

Kenneth Huntington,

born March

14, 1896.

1.2.4. 3. 10. 6.2. 7.


Julia Almira (Huntington) Barnes, born August 6, 1845, in Akron, O.; married, August 19, 1873, in East Cleveland, O., Hiram Payson, son of Henry and Grace Ann (Litzenberg) Barnes. He was born March 31, 1841, in Morgan Township, O. Mr. Barnes is a graduate of Kenyon College, of the year 1868, and Lane
Theological Seminary, 1872.

He

is

a Presbyterian minister.

In the Union

Army

during the Civil War, he belonged to what was known in the State of
tlie

Oliio as

"squirrel Hunters."
of

Ohio who, at tlie call of the Governor, volunteered for the when Kirby Smith was threatening to enter it near Cincinnati, were called "Squirrel Hunters," from the fact that these men armed themselves with such arms as tliey possessed, consisting of rifles, and shot'The
defense of the State,

men

guns, which they were accustomed to use in hunting squirrels and other game.

They served

" the State about six weeks, and, although the " Squirrel Hunters "

volunteered to serve without pay, the Ohio Legislature recently passed a Bill
giving the "Squirrel Hunters" one month's pay, ($13.)
jVIr.

Barnes and

his family live in Clintonville, O.

children.
*
1. 2.

Emily Melissa, born May 14, 1880. Henry Huntington, born June 2, 1886,

in

Mt. Vernon,

O.; died

May

31, 1896, in

Dresden, O.

1. 2. 4.

3. 10. 6. 2. 7. 1.
14, 1880, in

Emily Melissa (Barnes) Callen, born May


O.;

Windham,
Callen.

married in Clintonville, O., August


reside in Clintonville.

16,

1910, to Alfred

Baron

They

CHILD.
1.

William

Huntington, born February

3,

1915.

1.

2.4. 3. 10. 6. 3.
29, 1809,

Caroline Matilda (Huntington) Hamlin, born September


in

Bozrah, Conn.; married, September 16, 1835, in Cleveland, O., Daniel Ranny, Jr., son of Daniel Ranny and Ruth (Ward) Hamlin. He was born

August
terian,

30, 1800, in Utica,

and

led the choir of the First Presbyterian


first

He

oro-anized the

Mr. Hamlin was a cabinet maker, a PresbyChurch for several years. He led the Band when General reed band in Buffalo.
N. Y.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
Lafayette was in Buffalo,
ing of the Erie

187

when

the three Thayers were hung, and at the openof

Canah

It

was said

him

that "his

word was

as good as his
calls

bond."

Rev. E. B. Huntington,

in the

Huntington Genealogy,

him a

financier.

His father was Ensign Daniel R. Hamlin, in the War of the Revolution, Mr. Hamlin, Jr., came to Buffalo from Utica in 1825, and lived there the
rest of his
life.

He

died July 23, 1881, and his wife died

March

6,

1878.

CHILDREN.
1.

Charles Winslow, born July


ried,

20, 183(i, in Cleveland,

Ohio; mar1908.

March

8,

1883, in Williamsville, N. Y,, Carrie LeClear


3,

Young.

He

died in Govvanda, N. Y., September


IST.

His

widow
2.

lives in Buffalo,

Y.
3,

Charlotte Lucretia, born September

1839, in Buffalo,

N.

Y.,

3.

and died September 29, 1840, in Buffalo. Harriet Cornelia, born August 25, 1842,

in Buff'alo,

N. Y.

1.2.4. 3. 10.6. 3. 3.
Harriet Cornelia (Hamlin) Macniel, born August
Buffalo,
25, 1842, in

N. Y.; married June 13, 1876, in Buffalo, Dugald, son of John and Mary (McCollom) Macniel. He was born in 1848, in Kil Martin, Scotland, in the " Hielan's." He was a physician, and a graduate of the University of
Buff'alo.

They were

Presbyterians.

Dr. Macniel died

March

21, 1885.

His wife

died January 18, 1914, in Buffalo, N. Y.

children, born in buffalo, n.


1.

y.

2.

Caroline Huntington, born April 3, 1877. Elizabeth Hamlin, born June 18, 1881.
1. 2. 4. 3.

10. 6. 3. 3. 2.
;

ried
of

Elizabeth Hamlin (Macniel) Olmsted, born June 18, 1881 marAugust 26. 1903, in Buffalo, N. Y., Dr. Charles Morgan Olmsted, graduate Bonne University, and student at Goettingen, Germany. Mrs. Olmsted
in the
is

graduated at Buffalo Seminary and Smith College, Northampton, Mass.,


class of 1902.

They

are residents of Buffalo, N. Y., where Dr. Olmsted

practicing physician.

children.
1. 2.

Dugald Macniel, born March 21, John Barton, born July 5, 1905.

1904.

3.

4. 5.

Elizabeth Allen, born March 12, 1910. Charliss Huntington, born September Huntington, bom December 15, 1914.

1,

1911.

138

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

1. 2. 4. 3. 10.
1822, in Bozrah, Conn.; married, March, 1853,
of Granville, Ohio.

6.4.
18,

LucRETiA Leffingwell (Huntington) Stark, born September


Lemuel
B., son of

Joshua Stark,

She died

in 1856.

children.
1.

Olive.

2.

An infant

son.

1.2.4.3.10.7.
born January 8, 1780; married, September 21, 1807, Joseph W., son of Jared aud Margaret (Grant) Tracy, of Norwich, Ct. He was born March 9, 1773, and died April 3, 1845. She united with the first Congregational church in Norwich in 1842, and died in New York City, July 11, 1849. They resided in Norwich, Ct.

Wealthy (Huntington) Tracy,

children.
1.

Jared Winslow,
York
City.

born

May

29, 1812,

and

for years lived in

New

2.

James Joseph, born December


chant in

3,

1814, and

was a hardware mer-

New York

City.

3.

Edward

4.

5.

6.

Huntincjton, born April 21, 1817; married, January Louisa H. Thomas, and resided in New York City. Sarah Grant, born August 21, 1819, and died in 1838. Cornelia Margaretta, born October 15, 1822, and lived in New York City. Lydia Huntington, born July 3, 1825, and was also living in
10, 1856,

New York

City, in 1860.

1. 2. 4. 3. 10. 8.

Nehemiah Huntington,
earlier years

born April
so that

20, 1782.

He was

for

many

of

liis

he lost almost entirely the years usBut he was characterizi'd through life for his ually devoted to education. sterling good sense and judgment, and still more for his gentle and kind heart. If anything else was needed to render him beloved and esteemed, and trusted by all who knew him, it was his strict conscientiousness. He seemed to feel
an
invalid, so

much

no other motive than duty


dut\',

they best
8,

and how faithful he was to every conviction of knew who saw him most. He married, for his first wife, Sep;

tember
found
in

1814,
all

Nancy, an older

sister of his

brother Elijah's wife; and he

lie most prized and needed. She had mental endowments of a high order, and a personal culture which

her

those qualities and attainments

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
fitted

139
She was no less gifted

her to grace any

circle in
spirit
;

which she might move.

with the graces of the


earnest as

being characterized for a piety as uniform and

it was unobstrusive. She was most happy and skiUful in tlie social and religious training of the family; yet she was felt to be as well fitted to

lead in the social gatherings of her sisters in the church.

harmoniously two such kindred spirits would move along through life was foreshadowed by a little incident, which transpired soon after their marriage. The one had been accustomed to regard the evening of Saturday as apart of the Christian Sabbath, and the other observed that of Sunday. They engaged a perpetual regard for each others convictions, by a systematic avoidance of all work and secular pastime on both evenings, though they taught their children to reverence the evening of Sunday as sacred time. Mrs. H. died July 12, 1835, most deeply lamented, yet not to be forgotten by those who had enjoyed her acquaintance. "I know of no one, so well prepared to go, and of no one whom we shall miss so much," was the heartfelt testimony of one of her neighbors, who had known her long and well. And many years after her death, the gifted Mrs. Sigourney was pleased to give her testimonial to the personal worth of one "whose friendship I so much prized." Mr. H. married, for his second wife, December 21, 1841, Mrs. Anne, widow of Jirali I. Hough, and daughter of Timothy and Sorloma (Strong) Hinckley, of Lebanon, a most amiable and excellent woman. He was chosen deacon of the church in Bozrah, several years before his death. From the commencement of the sabbath school and temperance enterprises, in this country, he was in theory and practice, a warm friend of both. Indeed, in every work which promised to promote human comfort or salvation, he was ever ready to engage. He was as steadily at his place in the prayer meeting in the busiest season of the year, as in his seat on Sunday in the church. This good man was taken to his rest, June 2, 1852, leaving, it is believed, no enemy beliind him.
together,

How

CHILDREN.
This family were
^ *
1.

all

born in Bozrah.

Nancy Leffingwell,

born June

14, 1815.

2. 3.

Elijah Baldwin, born August Elisha Tracy, born December

14, 1816.

28, 1817, and married in Norwich, September 2, 1844, Malvina, daughter of Dr. Thomas Boswell. He was a jeweler, and the character he bore, and the esteem he secured, are well set forth in tlie sermon preached by his pastori Rev. Dr. Bond, on the Sabbath following his death. His disease had been one inexpressibly trying and painful, and terminated his useful life, on Wednesday, February 16, 1859. "The example of an esteemed member and brother of our church, who,

since the last sabbath lias 'finished his course,' furnishes a fresh

and convincing

illustration of the

power there

is

in the

hope of

salvation to sustain and cheer the soul amidst the pains of pro-

140

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
tracted disease, and in the hour of death.

For many a month

he has borne

his life-wasting sufferings in tlie patience of hope.

With
him

cheerfulness and consideration he set his house in order, in

prospect of death, and

when

the expected crisis came,

it

found

so peaceful, so cheerful, so hopeful, so full of love, that the

scene was divested of those sad and painful sensations, so often awakened in the chamber of death. He looked at death with the eye of faith, and in the light of hope looked at it as a sleep in Jesus from which he fully expected to awake to a higher and purer life in that kingdom where he had laid up treasures for

eternity."

4.

William Dyer,

born December

18, 1821.

1. 2. 4. 3. 10. 8. 1.

Nancy Leffingwell (Huntington) Thompson,


married, October 25, 1841, in Bozrah, a merchant, and lived in Norwich, Ct.
C't.,

died October 28, 1880, in Norwich, Ct.

born June 14, 1815; Alba Cornwall Thompson, who was He died Mai'cli 30, 1881, and his wife They were Episcopalians.
CT.
19, 1842, died

CHILDREN, BORN IN NORWICH,


1.

Elizabeth Huntington, born August


17, 1891,

December

Bristol,

R.

I.

2.

Malvina Huntington,
Ct.,

born

May

11,

1845
;

married, in Norwich,

April 24, 1867, Robert Smith Abel!

she died

March

8,

1889,

in
3.

Warren, Ohio.
born July 23, 1848; died August 29, 1848,

Frank Huntington,
in

Norwich,

Ct.

4.
5.

Annie, born August


Norwich, Ct.
ist

30, 1849.
;

Caroline Hamlin, born March


of

died August 24, 1912, in 5, 1855 She was an accomj)lished musician, and an oi-gan-

wide repute.

1.2.4. 3. 10. 8. 1.4.


ried,

30, 1849, in Norwich. Ct.; marAugust 24, 1871, in Norwich, Ct., Samuel Nott, son of John Hazen and Abby Ann (Hyde) Peck. Mr. Peck was a dry-goods merchant, in 1864 he moved to Toledo, O.,

Annie (Thompson) Peck, born August

in

1870 to Greenville, Mich., in 1872 to

New

Britain, Ct., in 1874 to Hartford.

Ct., in

1886 to Detroit, Mich., in 1898 to Pontiac, Mich., and in 1899 to Cleve-

land, O.,

where he died January 27, 1902. They were Congregationalists, and Mr. Peck was a deacon in the church fi-om 1896 to 1898. Mrs. Peck lives in

Detroit, Mich.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
CHILDREN.

141

Louis Huntington, born September 27, 1873, Ct.; died November 8, 1878, in Toledo, Ohio.

in

New

Britain,

Annie Huntington Hyde, born September


O.; married,

12, 1879, in Toledo,

June

26, 1901, in Cleveland, O.,

John Folger Davis.

They live in Detroit, Mich. Etta Hyde, born May 3, 1885,


in Detroit,

in Toledo, O.; died

May

18, 1886,

Mich.

1. 2. 4. 3.

10. 8.2.

Elijah Baldwin Huntington, born August 14, 1816, in Bozrah, March 6, 1843, in Windham, Conn., Julia Maria, daughter of Deacon Thomas and Laura (Lathrop) Welch, of Windham, Conn. She was born May 25, 1817, in Windham, Conn.
Conn.; married

Mr. Huntington was a preacher and a teacher and genealogist. He was and received from that College an honorary master's degree in 1851. He was licensed to preach by the New
a graduate of Yale college in the class of 1840,

London Association
pastor
t^f

of Congregational Ministers in 1845. He was ordained a church in Putnam, Conn., in 1848, and was there until 1850; was

dismissed from this charge on account of vocal weakness, after which he engaged in teaching, and devoted a large jjortion of his time to the preparation
of the

Huntington Memoir, which he published

in 1863.

From

that time to

the date of his death, he spent his leisure hours in collecting

material for a second edition, which he ho])ed to

jjrint.

and compiling The data which he

gathered have mysteriously disappeared.

Mr. Huntington published the Huntington Memoir, Genealogy of the Lathrop Family, Soldier's Memorial, and Histoiy of Stamford. He lived in Bozrah, Windham, North Killingly, Meriden, Stamford and Putnam, Conn., also in South Coventry Conn., where he died, December 27, 1877. His wife
died
in

March 20, 1901, Windham, Conn.

in Ridgefield,

Conn., and was buried beside her husband

CHILDREN.
1.

2. 3.

Abbie Swift, born April 7, 1845, and Windham, Conn. Julia Swift, born September 1, 1846,

died February 12, 1846, in


in

Windham, Conn.
Killingly,

Clara Louisa,
in 1870.

born July

27, 1848, in

North

and died

4.

5.

born September 25, 1850, in North Killingly, and died December 24, 1850. Edmund Clement, born May 30, 1852, and died September 9,
1852, in Meriden, Conn.

Sarah Lee,

142

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

1.2.4.3. 10. 8. 2.2.


Scott, born September 1. 1846, in Windham, Conn.; married, August 17, 1879, AVillard Stanly, son of James and Sarah A. Scott. He was born August 17, 1851, in New York. Mr. Scott and faniiij' are living in the old homestead, bought from the Indians by their ancestors who were among the first settlers of Ridgefield, Conn. ]\Irs. Scott died June 30, 1886, in Ridgefield, Conn. She assisted her father greatly in the preparation of the First Memoir.

JuMA Swift (Huntington)

1.

Louisa Huntington, born July

17, 1880, in Ridgefield,

Conn.

1. 2. 4. 3.

10. 8. 4.
18,

William Dyer Huntington,


Conn.; married,
first,

born December
1847,
in

1821, in Bozrah,

November

16,

Norwich, Conn., Mary Ann,


26,

daughter of Thomas Kinne.


Conn., and died July 27, 1848.
field,

She was born October

1817, in Nonvich,
19, 1852, in

He

married, second,

May

Spring-

She was born March 29, 1830, He was a marketman and a Baptist. He lived in in Springfield, N. Y. Norwich, Conn., then moved to Providence, R. I., about 1853, then to Edgewood, R. I., where he died December 28, 1905. The second Mrs. Huntington
N. Y.,
Calista,

daughter of James Reed.

died

November

27, 1907, in Providence,

R.

I.

CHILDREN.
*
1. 2.

William Tracy,

born July

16, 1848, in

Norwich, Conn.
I.;

Mary Anna,

born

May

28,

1855, in Providence, R.

married,

July 25, 1887, in Providence, R. T., Charles Henry, son of He was born February Charles and Charlotte (Roatli) Kinne.
3,

1856, in Norwich, Conn.

Mr. Kinne was professor of modern

languages in Brown University, 1879.


lege, Pa., until

He He

lived in State Col111.,

September, 1890; in Chicago,


30,

until

September,

1893; in Durham, N. H., until 1896.

died in Edgewood,

R.
*
3.

I.,

March

1899.
I.

lliey

were

Baptists.

Mrs. Kinne

resides in Providence, R.

James Reed, born August

30, 1865, in Providence,

R.

I.

1.2.4.3. 10.8.4.
William Tracy
married, July
1,

1.
Norwich, Conn.;

Huntington, born July


I.,

16, 1848, in

James and Sarah Adline (Colwell) Miner. She was born September 24, 1855, in ProviHe lived in Norwich, Conn., and dence, R. I. Mr. Huntington was a clerk. moved to Providence, R. I., in 1854, where he died March 31, 1912. Mrs.
1875, in Providence, R.
Claribel, daughter of

Huntington and children reside

in Cranston, R. I.

They

are Baptists.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGT.

143
became

A
a
years.

tribute from the

I.

O. O. F.

" Tn early life Brother Huntinofton

member

of the Central Baptist Church and was very active there for several

After his marriage he transferred by letter to the Stewart St. Baptist


his wife

Church, of which
to the

was a member.

Order

of

Odd

Fellows, and formed

Our brother was strongly attached among the brethren of that Order

some of the sweetest and dearest friendshijis. He was able therein to perform some of his best work in assisting others, and was consecjuently active and happy among the brethren there from March 11, 1873, when he joined Crescent
Lodge, No.
24, the

remainder of his

life.

He was

Recording Secretary of the

Lodge two different terms covering several years, and Treasurer several years."

years, Financial Secretary

two

CHILDREN.
1. 2.

Gertrude Louise,

born March

17, 1876, in

Providence, R.

3.

A Son, born and died April 1, 1878. Arthur Parker, born February
R.
T.

10,

1888, in East Greenwich,


]\Irs.

This

is

an adopted child, the son of


as

Huntington's

sister.

He

enlisted

apprentice in the U. S. Navy, in the

hosjjital corps,

to the 1st Brigade,

Corps, at

and was on the U. S. S. Prairie, and was attached Second Advance Regiment, U. S. Marine the taking of Vera Cruz, Mexico, in 1914.

1.2.4.3. 10.8.4.3.
James Reed Huntington,
born August 30, 1865, in Providence, R. L:
married, June 22, 1892, in Providence, R. L, Elizabeth Royal, daughter of

Gideon and Mary (Monarch) Ta\'lor. She was born in Providence, July 21, 1870. Mr. Huntington is a buokkeej)er, and a Baptist. He lives in Providence.

Mrs. Huntington died there December 21, 1910.

CHILD.
1.

Royal Reed,

born December

1,

1895, in Providence, R.

1.2.4.3.11.
married March

Ben.tamin Huntington, born in Norwich, February 22, 1736. He 5, 1767, Mary, daughter of Joseph and Mary (1. 3. 9. 2.) Carew, and widow of James Noyes Brown. She died Ajiril 24, 1777. He was chosen to succeed his father in the office of town clerk, March 5, 1764,
and resigned the
Barnabas
jjost to his

(1. 2. 4. 2. 7.),
first

together the

son Phillip. He was one of the selectmen, with Samuel Trac}', and Elijah Brewster, who called revolutionary meeting held in Norwich, June 6, 1774.

144

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
CHILDREN.
This family were born
*
1,

in

Norwich.
8,

Mary, born March

1768.
26, 1770.

2.

Phillip, born September

3.

4.

Alice, born March 21, 1773. She married, in 1802, AVilliam Baldwin, and died, having had no children. Daniel, born June 10, 1776. He married, in November, 1803, Sarah Potter, of New London, and died, without children,
October
12, 1805.

His wife was born December 23, 1780, and

died, April 8, 1850, as her grave stone attests.

1. 2. 4. 3.

11.

1.
8,

Mary (Huntington) Carpenter,


Conn.

born March

1768, in Norwich,
in

She married, October

29, 1791,

Gardner Carpenter, and lived

Norwich.

children.
1.

2.

3.

4.
5.
6.

George, born July 27, 1795. Elizabeth, born October 12, Gardner, born March 29, 1802. Henry, born November 10, 1804. John, born March 4, 1807. Charles, born October 21, 1810.

Mary

1797.

1. 2. 4. 3. 11. 2.
Philip Huntington, born September
married, January 17, 1796, Phila Grist,
26, 1770, in

Norwich, Conn.
30. 1806,

He
38.

who

died

November

aged

He was
4,

chosen town clerk, immediately on the death of his father, September

11, 1801,

and served

in this office until his death,

which took place February

1825.

child.

1.

Benjamin, born

in

Norwich, April

24, 1798.

1. 2. 4. 3.

11. 2.

1.
Town, Conn.;
to

Benjamin Huntington, born

April 24, 1798, in Norwich

married September 80, 1830, in Norwich, Conn., Margaretta Dunlap Perit. He was a merchant. He was elected Town Clerk February 14, 1825,

who died February have been handed down from father


succeed his father
first

4.

The

office of

town clerk seems


to

to

to son, as

Christopher Huntington, the

male child born


1764.

in

Norwich, was elected town clerk,

succeed Richard

Bushnell, and the

office

was held by Isaac,

January

9,

His son,

December 6, 1726, to Benjamin, succeeded him March 5, 1764, and held


his son, from

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
the office to September 11, 1801,

145

when he resigned

in favor of his son Phillip,

who

held the

office until his death,

the office until

February 4, 1825. His son, Benjamin, held October, 1830, when the office was removed to the City of

Norwich.

CHILDREN, BORN IN NORWICH TOWN, CONN.


*
1.

2.

3.

born July 5, 1831. Son, born and died March 24, 1833. Margaret Dunlap, born July 15, 1834, and died January

John Webster Perit,

8,

1908.

4. 5.

Pelatiah Webster, born July 2, 1836. Benjamin Newton, born May 21, 1838; married, September 1862, Sarah T. McMahon. No children. He died September
1903.

3,
,

Mrs. Huntington

lives in

Columbus, Ohio.
1842; lives in Norwich Town^
29, 1861,

6.
7.

Son, born and died February

13, 1840.
8,

Sara Leaming, born September


Conn.

8.

Thomas Dunlap,

9.

born July 26, 1844, and died September from a fever taken in the camp of the Union Army. Henry Clay, born January 11, 1848, and died February

19, 1848.

1.2.4. 3. 11.

2. 1. 1.

John Webster Perit Huntington, born July 5, 1831, in Norwich Town, Conn.; married February 18, 1857, Mary Applegate, who was born January 6, 1836, and died December 25, 1878, in Wilbur, Ore. He died June
3,

1869.

He was one of the early pioneers of the Pacific Coast, as he went to Oregon in the fall of 1849. He lived for some time at Oregon City, Clackamas County. He then removed to Polk County, where he was engaged at different times in teaching and farming. From Polk County he removed to the Umpqua Valley, and settled in Douglas, (then Umpqua,) County near Yoncalla, where he located on a tract of land which he cultivated as a farm, but practised surveying to some extent. In 1860 he was elected to the lower house of the State Legislature. He was appointed Superintendent of Indian Affairs for Oregon by President Lincoln, in 1863, and reappointed in 1867 by President
Johnson.

CHILDREN.
*
1.

Benjamin, born September

3,

1859.

2.

John Webster Perit,

born August 21, 1861, and died in 1869.

1. 2. 4. 3. 11. 2. 1. 1. 1.
October

Benjamin Huntington, born Sept. 3, 1859, in Yoncalla, Ore.; married 8, 1880, in Yoncalla, Mary L., daughter of James and Margaret

R. (Swift) Miller.
in

1915, at Yoncalla, Oregon.

She was born September 17, 1861, and died January 10, He is a farmer and owns a ranch of 1,000 acres Yoncalla, Oregon.
10

146

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

CHILDREN, BORN ON THEIR FATHER'S FARM IN YONCALLA, OREGON.


1.

Benjamin, born September

22, 1881.

He

is

Principal of the

High

School in Eugene, Oregon.

*
*

2.

3.

Webster, born January 5, 1883. Perit, born March 10, 1885.


Phillip, born December
13, 1886.

4. 5.
6.
7.

Margaretta, born September 10, McKiNLEY, born May 31, 1890.


James, born December
31, 1891.

1888.

8.
9.

Thomas, born May 4, 1894. Anna, born March 13, 1896.


Sara, born J)ecember
8,

10. 11.

189 7.

Mary, born August

21, 1899.

12.
13.

Ruth, born March 2, 1902. Rachel, born December 10,

1903.

1.2.4. 3. 11.2.
Webster Huntington,
at Forest Grove, Ore.,

1. 1. 1. 2.
9,

born January
1888.

1883; married June

7,

1906,

Edna

Euria, daughter of Willis Uria, and Margaret


4,

(Dewey)

Vail,

who was born July

children.
1.

2. 3.

Bernice Elsie, born February 10, EuLA La Villa, born, November 3, Evelyn Irene, born November 26,

1907.

1909.
1911.

1.2.4. 3. 11.2.
Perit Huntington, born March

1. 1. 1. 3.
1885; married
April
is 7,

10,

1909,

Helen Gertrude Garceau. She was born March 25, 1890. He man, and lived in Mahnomen, Minn., but is now, 1915, a resident
Oregon.
ClIILDRKN.
1. 2. 3.

a dray-

of Sisters,

Perit Felix, born December

30, 1909, at

Helen Gertrude, born February 6, Ruth Webster, born November 25,

1911, at

Mahnomen, Minn. Mahnomen, Minn.

1912. at Drain, Oregon.

4.

Mary

Miller, born March

3,

1915.

1.2.4. 3. 11. 2.
1908, Frances Smith,

1. 1.

1.4.
13,

Phillip Huntington, born December 13, 1886; married January who was born June 26, 1888, in Oakland, Ore.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
CHILDREN.
1.

147

Alberta, born August

25,

1908; died in 1911.

2.

Child, born

in October, 1914.

1.2.4. 3. 11.
Conn.; married,
first,

2.

1.4.
2,

Pelatiah Webster Huntington, born July

1836, in Norwich,

June 3, 1858, in Columbus, O., Jane Nashee, daughter of David Wagner and Margaret (Nashee) Deshler. She was born July 14, 1830, and was the widow of Richard H. Beeson. She died May 25, 1867, in Columbus, O.

He

married, second, October

3,

1872, Frances, daughter of Calvin Theo9,

dore and Harriet Sollace.


25, 1879, in

She was born February

1849, and died January

He
bus, O.

Columbus, O. married, third, Ida Herminia Nothnagel,


is

May

2,

1882, in Colum-

He

a banker, and established the

Huntington National Bankj of

Columbus, O.

He

is

member

of the Presbyterian Church.

children.
1.

BenjAiMin, born July


bus, O.

28, 1859; died

February

12, 1864, in

Colum-

2.

* *

3.

4.
5.

Thomas Dunlap, born September 4, 1861, in Columbus, O. Webster Perit, born February 20, 1865, in Columbus, O. Theodore Sollace, born September 2, 1873, in Columbus,
Francis Ropes, born September
bus, O.
3,

O.
1898,

1875; married June

9,

in Columbus, O., Adeline Clark Ulrick.

They

live in

Colum-

6.
7.

Baldwin Gwynne,
Edith, born March
bus,
O.,

born January
9,

13, 1879, in

Columbus, O.
live in

1883; married September 26, 1911, in ColumJr.

WUliam Ardenne Loving,


2,

They

Rich-

mond, Va.
8.

Phillis, born October


bus, O.

1884; died August 26, 1885, in Columdied September 28, 1886, in Colum

9.

Ralph, born January


bus, O.

24, 1886

10.

Margaret, born December


in

20, 1887; married November 27, 1910, They live in Columbus, O., Elliot Southworth Church. Kansas City.

1.2.4. 3. 11.2. 1.4.2.

I
O.;

Thomas Dunlap Huntington,


married June
reside.
14, 1889, Jessie

born September 4, 1861, in Columbus, Lee Hibbard, in Columbus, O., where they

now

148

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
CHILDREN.
1.

Rachel Leffingwell,

born

in 1892.

2.

3.

Constance, born in 1895. Pelatiah Webster, born

in 1897.

1.

2.4. 3. 11. 2.
Anna Harlow.

1. 4. 3.
20, 1865, in
in

Webster Perit Huntington,


O.;

born February

Columbus,
married,

married,

first,

1886,
,

She died

1907.
in

He

second, October

1912, Arabella Bogie.

They

reside

Mt. Sterling,

Kentucky.

children.
*
*
1.

Jane, born

in 1887.
in

2.

3.

Deshler, born in 1888; married Ruth, born in 1890.

August, 1913.

1.2.4. 3. 11.
1912,

2. 1. 4. 3. 1.
, ,

Jane (Huntington) Bone, born Hugh Mortimer Bone.


child.
1.

1887; married

May

Hugh Huntington,

born June

1913.

1. 2. 4. 3. 11. 2.

1.4.3.3.
, ,

Ruth
ber
,

(Huntington) Carlile, born 1912, William Arthur Carlile.


,

1890; married Octo-

child.
1.

William Arthur,

born December

1913.

1. 2. 4. 3. 11. 2. 1. 4. 4.

Theodore Sollace Huntington,


bus, O.;

born September

2,

1873, in Colum-

married, January

29,

1902, in

Columbus, O., (irace Livingston,

daughter of Samuel and ^Martha


28, 1870, in

W.
is

(Taylor) Lee.

She was born September


His wife died

Camden, N.

J.

He

a graduate of Princeton University, in the

class of 1895.

He

is

a banker, and lives in Columbus, O.

July 21, 1908, in Cobourg, Ontario.

children.
1.

Theodore Lee,

born March
18, 1908,

28, 1904, in

Columbus, O.
19, 1908, in

2.

Son, born July


Ontario.

and died July

Cobourg,

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

149

1.

2.4. 3. 11.2. 1.4. 6.


born June
13, 1879, in

Baldwin Gwynne Huntington,


bus, O.,

married January 20, 1904, Mina Maybei Monypeny.

They resided

Columbus, O.; in Colum-

and

in

New

London, Conn.,

in 1912.

CHILDREN.
1. 2. 3.

Ann, born, 1905. Francis Sollace, born


,
,

1907.
,
,

John Webster Perit, born

1909.

1.2.4. 3. 12.
Abigail Huntington Lathrop, born July
1728, and died February 25, 1810.
29, 1739, in

Norwich, Conn.

married December 20, 1764, Azariah Lathrop, of Franklin,


" happily exemplified the
.

who was born in She was a most excellent woman, who

meek and

quiet spirit of the gospel."

Among

her

grandchildren were the missionary sisters

the
C.

first ]\lrs.

]Myron AVinslow,
buried in

Mrs. Cherry, Mrs. Hutchins and Mrs. Perry, three

of

whom were

heathen ground at Oodooville, Ceylon, and Rev. Dr. Daniel Lathrop, Mrs.

William

A. Hallock, of

New

York, and

L.

Lathrop,
9,

who married
1820.

PhUura LeflSngwell H.

(1. 2. 4. 3. 10. 6. 1.).

She died March

children.
1.

2.
3.

4.
5.
6.
7.

Charles, born January 11, 1770. Nabby, born March 24, 17 72. Charlotte, born April 16, 1774, and BuRREL, born May 25, 1776. Gerard, born August 19, 17 78. Charlotte, born February 21, 1781. Augustus, born February 11, 1785.

died

November

3,

1777.

1.2.4.4.
Jabez Huntington, born
first

in Norwich, Conn., January 26, 1691. He June 30, 1724, Elizabeth, daughter of Rev. Timothy and Esther (Stoddard) Edwards, who was born in East Windsor, Conn., April After her 14, 1697, and who died in Windham, Conn., September 21, 1733. death, he married for his second wife. May 21, 1735, widow Sarah Wetmore, He who died in Norwich, March 21, 1783, in the 83d year of her age. removed to Windham, Conn., where he attained high rank among the distinguished men of that important town, both in civil and in mUitary life, being a deputy to the general court in 1726, and at his death, September 26, 1752,

married for his

wife,

a colonel of the Connecticut militia.

150

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
CHILDREN.
*
1. 2.

3.

* *
*

4.
5.
6.
7.

Elizabeth, born in I^orwich, November 1, 1725. Sarah Ann, born in Norwich, June 20, 1727. Tryphena, born August 27, 1729, and died in East Windsor, August 19, 1745, Jerusha, born August 24, 1731. Hannah, born in Windham, July 22, 1736. Jabez, born in Windham, April 15, 1738. Anne, born in Windham, January 20, 1740, and married, May 3,
1765, Benjamin, (1.
3. 9. 6.)

of

Norwich, where she died, Octo19, 1742,

ber
8.

6,

1790.
in

Samuel, born
1743.

Windham, October

and died January

15,

9.

Lucy, born
field,

in

Windham, June

16, 1744.

She married Colonel Ex-

perience, a son of Huckins and Eunice (Porter) Storrs, of Mans-

1801.

where she died, February 6, 1801, and he died Tuly 22, His birth was September 18, 1734, being the second in a

family of twelve children.

1.2.4.4.1.
1725.

Elizabeth (Huntington) Davenport, born in Norwich, November 1, She was married in Windham, by the Rev. Stephen White, November

Hon. Abraham, son of Rev. John and Martha (Gould) DavenConn. Her husband was born in Stamford, 1715, and graduated at Yale, 1732. He was a most worthy, and truly noble man, sus" Colonel taining many offices, civil and military, with very marked ability. Davenport was possessed of a vigorous understanding and invincible firmness of mind, and of a weight of character which for many years decided, in this county, almost every question to which it was lent. He was early a professor of religion, and adorned its doctrines by an exemplary conformity to its precepts." He was for many years one of the council of the state, and at his death was judge of the Fairfield county court. " Of his country and all its great interests he was a pillar of granite." So testifies no lower authority than Dr. Dwight, to the character of Colonel Davenport. His wife, who was quite infirm, for the last few years of her life, died December 17, 1773. After her death he married again, August 8, 1776, Mrs. Martha Fitch. He died in
16, 1750, to the

port, of Stamford,

1789.

children.
*
1.

John, born January

16, 1752.

2. 3.

Abraham,

21, 1753, and died October 25, 1754. Elizabeth, born September 16, 1756, married, August 8, 1777, James Coggswell, M. D., of Preston. Her daughter, Alice, became the wife of the Rev. Dr. Samuel Fisher, of Greenbush, and mother of Rev. Samuel Ware Fisher, of Cincinnati, Ohio.

born October

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
*
4.
5.

151

James, born October 12, 1758. Huntington, born April 18, 1761, and died October

22, 1769.

1. 2. 4. 4. 1. 1.
married,

John Davenpo'rt, born January 16, 1752, May 7, 1780, Mary Silvester, daughter of
chosen a

graduated at Yale, 1770,


the Rev. Dr.

Noah

Wells.

He was

member

of congress to

fill

the vacancy

made by

the death of

his brother

James, and continued for eighteen years a member.


28, 1830.

He

died

November

CHILDREN.
1.

Elizabeth Huntington,

virho

married the Hon. Judge Peter

W.

RadclifCe, of Brooklyn, N. Y.
2.

John Alfred,
and had

who married P^liza M. Wheeler, among whom are Rev. J. S. Davenport, an Episcopal minister at Oswego, N. Y., and Rev. James Radcliff Daveni)ort, who graduated from Yale College in 1830; married, Mehetabel W. Newell, and had among other children a
a graduate of Yale,
six children,

3.

John Alfred, born in Francestown, N. II., where his father was then settled, February 7, 1840. This son graduated from Yale in 1861, was, for a short time, assistant professor of mathematics in the U. S. Naval Academy; then studied law, and was admitted to the bar in New York City in 1867. He became a prominent lawyer in that city, and died of typhoid pneumonia in Cincinnati, O., May 5, 1890. He married, August 15, 1874, Mary Fairfax, daughter of Gouverneur and Patsey Jefferson (Gary) Morris, of IMorrisania, N. Y. She survived him with two daughters. Mary Wells, who married James Boorman, of New York.
son,

4. 5.

Theodosia, who died unmarried. Theodore, who married Harriet


and had a family

G. Cheesebrough, of

New

York,

of seven children.

6.
7.

Rebecca Ann, who


Matilda,
had a family

died unmarried.

the wife of Rev. Peter Lockwood, of Binghampton,


of seven children.

who

1. 2. 4. 4.

1.4.
1758,

James Davenport,

born October 12,

graduated at Yale

in

1779; married Abigail Fitch, and after her death, Mehetabel Coggshall.

He

was a member of the Connecticut legislature, and judge of county court. In 1796 he was chosen member of Congress, in which office he died suddenly, August 3, 1797.

152

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
CHILDREN.
1. 2.

Betsey Coggshall, who married


Abigail Fitch, the wife
York.

Chas.

W.

Apthorp, of Boston.
Philip

of that gifted
first

preacher, Rev.

Melancthon Whelpley, of the


3.

Presbyterian church of

New

Mary
in

Ann,

the wife of the no less eminent servant of God, Rev.


first

Matthias Bruen, the

pastor of the Bleecker street church,

New

York.
the wife of the Rev. Dr.

4.

Frances Louisa,

Thomas

Skinner, of

the Union Theological Seminary.

1.2.4.4.2.
born in Norwich, June She married August 22, 1748, Hezekiah Wetmore, of Middletown, and for her second husband, February 19, 1758, Samuel Beers, of Stratford, when' she died, December 4, 1784. Her second husband died October 17, 1 !i8, a<ied seventy years, and four months.
20, 1727.

Sarah Ann (Huntington, Wetmore) Beers,

children,
1.
2.

(wetmore.)

Tryphena, baptized July 8, 1750. Hezekiah, baptized March 3, 1754.


CHILDREN.
(beers.)

3.

Lucy, born September


town, L.
I.

10, 1760,

and married Geo. Smith,

of Smith-

4.

Sarah Ann,
field,

born June

6,

1762, married

David Beers,

of Fair-

Conn.
Pitt, born April
2,

5.

William

1766, married Anna, daughter of

Jonathan Sturgis, of in Albany, N. Y.

Fairfield,

and became an eminent lawyer,

1.

2.4.4.4.

vember

born August 24, 1731; married NoLebanon, Conn., John, son of Moses and EUzabeth Mr. Clark was a physician, and a graduate of Yale in (1. 3. 6. 1.) Clark. 1749. He was born January 7, 1728, and died December 23, 1822, in Utica, N. Y. Mrs. Clark died in Utica, N. Y., December 14, 1823.
7,

Jerusha (Huntington) Clark,


1751,
in

CHILDREN.
1.

John, born June 13, 1752; married Abigail, daughter of the Rev. Samuel Moseley, of Hampton, Conn. Mr. Clark was a physician in Lebanon, and had a family of eight children.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
*
2.
3.

153

Jabez, born November 2, 1753. IsRAHiAH, born May 16, 1755; died June

1,

1755.
1840, in Utica, N. Y.;

4.

Jerusha, born May

7,

1756; died July 1757;


died

8,

she had never married.


5.

Hezekiah, born
]Mi-.

December

19,

married June

2,

1785,

Lucy, daughter of the Hon. Moses


Clark was a physician.

Bliss, of Springfield,

Mass.

He

March

4,

1826

they had

ten chUdren.
6.

7.

8.

9.

10, 1760; married, August 14, 1780, Ebenezer Bushnell. She died October 12, 1785 they had one son. Deodatus, born July 27, 1762; married, February 2, 1794, Nancy, daughter of Daniel Dunham, of Columbia, Conn.; they had ten children. Mr. Clark was a physician, and resided last in Oswego, N. Y. Hannah, born May 19, 1764; married, May 22, 1789, the Hon. George Bliss, of Springfield, Mass. She died September 19, 1795; they had four children. Henry, born May 4, 1766 married, February 1, 1796, Mary Ann, daughter of Capt. Vine Elderkin, of Windham, Conn.; they had
; ;

Tryphena, born February

six children.

"

* 10.
11.

Erastus, born May

11, 1768.

Thaddeus, born February

12, 1770;

married,

March
]\Ir.

24, 1802,

Deborah, daughter of Dr. Joseph Baker.


physician, and died February 15, 1854.

Clark was a

12.

They had eleven chilwhom, Sarah Jane, became widely known, under the nom de plume of Grace Greenwood. Elizabeth, born February 2, 1772; married, November 11, 1795, the Rev. Ludovicus Weld. She died August 21, 1854. They had five children, one of whom, Lewis, became the distinguished successor of the Rev. Thomas H. Gallaudet in the American Asylum at Hartford, Conn., for the education of the deaf and dumb.
dren, one of

1.
daughter of Jedidiah Elderkin.
2,

2.4.4.4.
2,

2.

Jabez Clark, born November


1838.

1753; married, April

1787, Annie,

She was born Mr. Clark was prominent in civU life.

INlarch 6, 1761,

and died July

children.
1. 2.

3.

4.

Elizabeth, married Walter King, of Utica, N. Y. Anna, married Edward Vernon, of New York City. Jerusha, married Jesse W. Doolittle, of Utica, N. Y. Charlotte, married Hon. Samuel Huntington Perkins, son

of

Anna

(1. 3. 4. 5. 5. 4.)

He was

a prominent lawyer in Phila-

delphia, Penn.

154
5.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

Edwards, married May


1802, in

28,

1823, Harriet Perkins, sister of the

Hon. Samuel Huntington Perkins.

She was born AprU

19,

Windham, Conn.
for

Mr. Clark was an attorney at law, was County Court, and resided in Windham, Conn.

many

years Judge of the

1.2.4.4.4.10.

Erastus Clark, born ^lay


1812.

11,

17G8; married,

first,

Sophia Porter;
1,

second, Sophia, daughter of Capt. Royal and Lora (Elderkin) Flint, July

She was born


13, 1854.

November

Windham, Conn., November He died November 6, 1825.


in

3,

1783, and

died

CHILDREN.
*
1.

2.

3.

4.

Sophia, born June 1, 1813. Elizabeth, ])orn November 1, 1815, and died August 19, Erastus, born November 20, 1818, and married January Frances Beardsley. He died December 31. 1900. James, born in 1820; died in infancy.

1889.
26, 1846,

1.

2.4. 4. 4. 10.1.
1,

Sophia (Clark) Walton, born June

1813; married, October 10,

1837, in Utica, N. Y.,

son) Walton.

He

John Stevenson, son of Joseph and Elizabeth (Stevenwas born in Nmf Qnlragiw:, May 16, 1809, and died Febru3,

ary 26, 1877.

She died March

1885.

lijur^.
2.

CHILDREN.

Anne

Eliza, born October 27, 1838; married, March 2, 1859, Theobald, son of Alfred and Celestine (Fletcher) Forstall, of New Orleans. He was born October 31, 1836, and died in
Chicago,
lU.,

January

19, 1890, leaving nine children.

3.

Elizabeth C, born January 18, 1840, and died April 28, Thomas Hubbard, born September 7, 1842, and died
1843.

1841.

April

4,

4.

Edward McGehee,
14, 1845.

born December

31, 1843,

and died September

5.
6.

Seymour, born February 15, 1846. Grace, born July 30, 1848; married, October
Richmond, and died April

26, 1871,

Frank Earl

26, 1881, leaving four children.

7.

8. 9.

Sophia C, born April 18, Frederick, born October


Isabel, born April

1850, and died January 12, 1857.


18, 1851,

10.

Cornelia Van

and died April 3, 1859. and died April 2, 1859. Renssalaer, born September 24, 1856, and died
24, 1853,

October 13, 1857.

HUNTINGTON GENEAXOGY.

155

1.2.4.4.4. 10. 1.5.

ried,

14, 1846, in New Orleans, La.; marSeptember 21, 1870, in Lyons, N. Y., Mary Emily, daughter of Joseph fitaed and Emily Elizabeth (Smith) Pollok. She was born June 14, 1851. O^'y'l/*) J Mr. Walton is a certified public accountant, and a graduate of Williams /

Seymour Walton, born February

College in 1868.
in

He was

^^
'

Professor in the Northwestern University, Professor

Marquette College, and Dean of the Walton School of Accountancy. He moved to Chicago, HI., in 1880, where he now lives. They are

Presbyterians.
.

< .%^^tJ^

^(, l^$^0
CHILDREN.
1

^
1. 2.

^fj^
A
i

Edward Seymour,

Emma

born December 5, 1871. <3> <^<HC / Lee, born November 17, 1874; lives in Chicago, HI.
born

l^i^C^

3.

Frank Richmond,

May
24,

27, 1876

lives in

Chicago, it,
live in

4.

Albert, born October


Mass.

(Cc^ 7 /^Z <

1877; married, October 25, 1905, in

Philadelphia, Caroline Sawtelle Piers.

They

Lexington,

iky

They have a daughter, Mary

Piers, born July 4, 1907.

1. 2. 4. 4. 5.

/*

(^<t
26, 1762,

CC
an and her

Hannah (Huntington) Tomlinson,


She married January
officer in the

born in Windham, July 22, 1736.


of Stratford, Conn.,

17, 1760,

Gideon Tomlinson,
in

army.

She died

Stratford,

December

husband, January 19, 1766.

CHILDREN.
1.

Jabez Huntington, born December

24, 1760. He married Rebecca Lewis, daughter of Joseph, of Stratford, and had four children, of whom Gideon, was governor of Connecticut from

1827 to 1831.

1.2.4.4.6.
in Windham, Conn., April 15, 1738, graduated and married, August 6, 1760, Judith Elderkin, who was born in Norwich, March 2, 1743. He was early introduced into public life, and continued in it, meeting its various responsibilities acceptably, until his death. He was a member of the Connecticut council from 1764 to 1781, and was high
at Yale, 1758,
sheriff of

Jabez Huntington, born

Windham
24, 1786.

county at his death, November 24, 1782.

His wife died

September

CHILDREN.
This family were born
1.

in

Windham and
born June

six of the births are 26, 1761,

Amanda Sarah,
Chaplin.

on the records. and married Benjamin

158
2.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

Amanda Anna,
They had
lawyer.

several children, one of

born April 21, 1764, and married Gurdon Backus. whom, Gurdon Huntington,
College, and

graduated in 1806, at Williamstown


3.

became a

4.

5.

6.
7.

8.
9.

She married Horatio Waldo, and 7, 1765. Bingham, Vt. Jabez, born August 23, 1767. He married Elizabeth Champlin, and within two weeks after his marriage he was accidentally killed in Philadelphia, whither he had gone to purchase stock in his business, which was that of carriage making. Jedidiah, born August 11, 1769, and died at sea, on a whaling voyage, never having married. Hezekiah, born July 24, 17 71, and died single, in St. Croix. Philomena, born about 1773. She married a Boardman. Joseph Spencer, born September 6, 1775.
lived in

Hannah,

born August

William Henry,

died young.

Mrs. Boardman

(1. 2. 4. 4. 6. 7.)

made

a statement dated July 30, 1835,

and acknowledged before a justice

of the peace, according to

which her
2.

sister

Amanda son, who

Sarah, married

WUliam

Chaplain, and died about 1821, leaving one

died two years later at Pensacola, Fla.;

had, besides Gurdon H. Backus two children

Amanda Nancy (1. who died young; her

4.4. 6. 2.)

sister

Han-

nah married, first, Mr. Wales, and lived with him in Charleston, S. C, and She married Mr. Bingham as her second husband, who died about 1828. had a daughter who married E. Kingonbath and lived in Cornish, N. H. According to Mrs. Boardman's statement, her brother Jabez, died at Port Jedidiah was supposed to have died of yellow au Prince, W. I., about 1789.
fever at Philadelphia in 1793.

Mrs. Boardman was the only one of the family living


resided in Norwich, Vt.

in

1835,

and then

1. 2. 4. 4. 6. 8.
Joseph Spencer Huntington, born in Windham, Conn., September 6, 1775; married September 16, 1797, Nancy Morgan of Norwich, Conn., who was born June 15, 1778, and lived with her daughter, JNIrs. Ward, in her later
years.

After their marriage they lived in Vermont.


yellow fever, in Newburgh, N. Y., October 15, 1805.

J\Ir.

Huntington died

of

children.
*
1. 2.

Betsey Morgan,

born July

15, 1799. 29, 1801,

Thomas Jefferson,

born September

and died

single in

3.

Norwich, October 1, 1825. Nancy E., born February 23, 1804.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

157

1. 2. 4. 4. 6. 8. 1.

Betsey Morgan (Huntington) Cheesbrough, born July 15,1799; married Elam Cheesbrough of Lisbon, Conn.
CHILDREN.
1.

158
5.
6.
7.

HUNTINGTON GENEAXOGY.
Sakah, born April 18, 1733, and died May Elizabeth, born November 14, 1734. Samuel, born March 14, 1736. Amos, born September 4, 1739. Ame, born August 5, 1746.
Elias, born September
2,

8,

1733.

8.
9.

10.

1749.

1.

2.

4.5.

1.
20,

Mathew Huntington,
and
in 1745

born March

1720-21, married, in

1742,

Elizabeth Heath, of Preston, daughter of Richard Adams, of Massachusetts,

removed to Mansfield, Conn. He was appointed first Lieutenant engaged in the French War of 1756-'60; for which he enlisted a company of about sixty soldiers from Mansfield and vicinity, and In attempting to started with them for the seat of the war on Lake George. take up the Hudson, a number of barges, the task proved more than a match One after another of his men gave out, and for the strength of his company. to supply the deficiency, as far as possible, he exerted himself all the more earnestly, aiding with his own muscular arms the tugging at the boats, until he But he succeeded in taking his entire charge over the last rapids in his way. had overtaxed his mortal powers, and he fell suddenly, a victim to exertions He wliich were deemed even in that day of prodigies, almost superhuman. His widow subsequently married Capt. Peleg Heath. died at Greenbush. An old sword which he used, about four feet long, with an immense guard above the hilt nearly ten inches in diameter, was for several years in the family, but was subsequently worked up into butcher knives.
in 1755.

He was

children.
This family were
1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

all born in Mansfield, where their births are recorded. He married, in 1765, Martha FreeAsa, born October 19, 1743. man, and died without children. Jonas, born March 28, 1746, and died June 26, 1751. Abel, born December 24, 1748. Mary, born October 26, 1751, and died unmarried. Jonas, bom August 19, 1754.

1. 2. 4. 5. 1. 3.
'

Abel Huntington,

born in Mansfield, Conn., December 24, 1748; marin Willington, in 1790.

ried Sarah Tuttle,

and died

children.
1.

Matthew, was
GURDON.

killed

by lightning

in the

house of his uncle Jonas.

2.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGT.

159

1. 2.

4.5. 1.3.2.

GuRDON Huntington,
1S(2,

and worked

his

way

as Batavia,
influence.

N. Y.

He

He

lived at

Conn., with a very small amount of money in what was then the Western wilderness, as far had a family, and acquired considerable wealth and one time in Rochester, N. Y.
left

into

GuRDON.
1. 2. 4. 5. 1. 5.

Jonas Huntington, born August


in Mansfield, Conn.,

19,

1754; married,

March

26, 1778,

Rhoda, daughter of Eleazer and Elizabeth (Wright) Baldwin. She was born December 25, 1758, in Mansfield, Conn. Mr. Huntington killed and packed beef and pork, tanning, curing, and making the hides into harness and saddles. During the Revolution, he was mustered in on the Lexington alarm, and was detailed to obtain and send forward supplies. He died November 26, His wife died October 16, 1824. 1830.

CHILDREN. BORN IN MANSFIKI.D, CONN.


1.

Sarah, born February


Hanks, and lived cember 23, 1852.
in

3,

17 79

married,

December

28, 1800, Elisha

She died DeShe had five daughters, of whom three had families: Eveline, who married John Ostrander; Rosilla, who married Job Got? ]\Iary, who married Jonathan Sayre all of them residing in Scanona, near Bath, N. Y., in 1860.
;
;

Bath, Steuben County, N. Y.

2,

3.

Betsey, born February 28, 1781. Eleazer, born August 23, 1783; died December
field,

15, 1790, in

Mans-

4.

5.

6.

Conn. Asa, born August 25, 1785. He was a teacher, and later a weaver and dyer. He died April 22, 1826, in Mansfield, Conn. Polly, born January 10,1788: married, December 1, 1831, Stephen Brigham, and died May 31, 1852, in Mansfield, Conn. Olive, born January 13, 1790; married Hazard Johnson, and had

7.

8.
9.

two children, Samantha, who married a Fenton, and John. She died in Mansfield, Conn., April 30, 1863. John, born May 18, 1792; was a teacher and a farmer, died single in August, 1822, in Bath, X. Y. Charissa, born March 5, 1794. George, born August 24, 1796; married, May 15, 1819, Anna Xeally, and went to Bath, Steuben county, N. Y., where he died

November

19, 1866.

He commenced

his life as teacher

and

far-

mer, and followed the latter vocation,

"among the mountains

of

160

HUNTIXGTON GENEALOGY.

* 10.

He was early which offices he filled fi'om 1826 to 1830, when he was appointed under sheriff; and in the next year he was elected high sheriff for Steuben county, for three years. In 1835, he was elected state senator for the senatorial district embracing Chenango, Cortland, Tioga, Tompkins, Chemung, Steuben, and AUegany counties, which office he held He was appointed, in 1840, United States marshal four years. to take the census in his county, and later a justice of the peace in the town in which he lived. He had no children. Marvin, born February 9, 1799.
Steuben, on a tributary of the Cohocton river."
elected constable

and

collector of taxes,

* 11.

DwiGHT, born May

15, 1801.

1.2. 4. 5. 1.5. 2.
Betsey (Huntington) Dunham, born February 28, 1781; married Josephus Dunham in Mansfield, Ct., September 6, 1795. They went West in 1810, and lived in Lebanon, O., and both died there. Mrs. Dunham died December 1, 1872, and Mr. Dunham April 9, 1838.
CHILDREN.
1.

Henrv, born July


September

21, 1797, in Mansfield, Ct.

He

died

unmanned

21, 1814, in

Lebanon, Ohio.
25, 1799, in Mansfield, Ct.

2.

Samantha, born November

3.

Julia, born May 10, 1802, in Mansfield, Ct.; married, July 16, 1821, James Anderson, and died August 10, 1835, leaving four small children. Two died quite young, and the baby, George, was adopted by her sister Adeline, making him the heir of her
property.

4.

5.

6.

Josephus, born September 6, 1804, in Mansfield, Ct. He died unmarried, June 10, 1826, in Lebanon, O. Adeline Charissa, born January 12, 1809, in Mansfield, Ct.; He died Septemmarried, first, George R. Crawford, in 1830. ber 5, 1840, and she married again, Isaac Harrison, a prosperous woolen manufacturer. He left her all his personal and half his real estate, and the use of the rest for life, and made her his executrix, and wished her to keep George, her nephew, as her own, as they had no cliildren. In 1856 George Anderson married Ruth Maxwell, and continued the business, and had some Mrs. Harrison died in December, 1900. children. Caroline, born August 18, 1812, in Lebanon, O., where she died
April 27, 1845.

7.

Calvin, born February 26, 1815, in Lebanon, O.; married Adeline Hall, in Dansville, N. Y. He died leaving three or four children.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
8.

161
O.;

Clara, born August 23, 1817, Coles and died November 8,

in

Lebanon,

married Joseph

1862, leaving eleven children and

9.

Myra Shannon,

10.

some grandchildren. born January 17, 1820, in Lebanon, O. She died unmarried April 14, 1844, in her native town. Cordelia, born April 20, 1824, in Lebanon, O.; married, January 15, 1867, George W. Henderson, after the death of her niece who was the first Mrs. Henderson. She was living in 1909, in Warren, Ind.

1. 2. 4. 5. 1. 5. 2. 2.

Samantha (Dunham) McAlmont,


field,

Conn.; married,

March

8,

Nockamixon, Pa., October 30, His wife died February 9, 1839.

25, 1799, in MansMcAlmont, who was born in 1794, and died in HorneUsville, N. Y., January

born November

1821, Daniel

22, 1864, in Little

Rock, Ark.

CHILDREN.
*
1. 2.

3.

4.
5. 6.
7.

John Josephus, born December 19, 1821. Julia Ann, born October 16, 1823, Samuel Huntington, born December 7, 1825. CoRYDON Hanks, born November 18, 1827. RoziLLA Adeline, born July 23, 1830. Myra Cordelia, born July 4, 1832. Mary Cresida, born July 7, 1835; died May 28,

1838.

1.2.4.5. 1.5.2. 2.1.


born December 19, 1821; married in North Almond, N. J., October 22, 1845, Martha Jane Gregg. She was born July 16, 1828, in North Almond. Mr. McAlmont was a physician, and a graduate of the Western Reserve College in Cleveland, Ohio, in 1849. Later he was Professor of Materia Medica and Therapeutics, in Arkansas Industrial University, from the first
session to his

John Josephus McAlmont,

death in 1896.

CHILDREN.
*
1.

Myra, born October

2.

Mary

1, 1846, in Weymouth, O. Cresida, born February 29, 1848, and died March 1849, in Weymouth, O.

29,

1.2.4.5. 1.5.2.2. 1.1.


Myra (TMcAlmont) Vaughn,
married,

born October

1,

1846, in

Weymouth,

O.;

Rock, Arkansas, Francis Terry, son of Charles Milton and Judith Mosely (Terry) Vaughn, who was born June 6,
14, 1866, in Little

November

1844, in

Rockingham, N. C.

162

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

He was

Mr. Vaughn is a lawyer, a graduate of the Albany Law School in 1865. brought as a child to Pulaski County, Ark., and from there to Little Rock, Ark., where he has. lived ever since. He was district prosecuting attorney for two or three terms, also judge of

the same district for more than one term.

He

served in the Confederate army


shot in the elbow on the

from the spring of 1862 to July


ruff's

4,

1863,

when he was

ramparts at Helena, Ark., losing his arm.

He was

in

Major WiUiam Wood-

battery of artillery, and was praised for his Itravery.

CHILD.
*
1.

Milton, born October

28, 1867, in Little

Rock, Ark.

1.2.4.5. 1.5.2.2.
Milton Vaughn,
Mr. Vaughn
is

1. 1. 1.

born October 28, 1867, in Little Rock, Ark.: married,

April 10, 1907, in Little Ruck, Jeannette Clara Reiehardt.


a physician,

and they

live in Little

Rock, Ark.

He

gradu-

ated from Alfred I'niversity in Alfred,

New

York,

in

June, 1888, and from the


in

medical department of the Arkansas Industrial University in Little Rock,

1892

was

for several years in a

drug

store,

and was three years

city physician.

In July, 1898, he entered the U.


till

S.

Army,

as contract physician, serving in

Cuba
and and

1902,
still

when he went
in the
till

to the Philippines; in 1903 returned to the States

was

U.

S.

Army

service in Utah, Uintah Lidian Reservation

Fort Crook
Rock,
Ai'k.,

1905,

when he resumed
resides.

the practice of medicine at Little

where he

CHILD.
1.

Martha Jeanette,

born January

11, 1908.

1.2.4.5.1.5.8.
Charissa (Huntington) Reynolds, born March
field.

5,

1794. in ]\lans-

Conn.; married, September 26, 1813, Christopher, son of Samuel and

Amy

(Weaver) Reynolds, a farmer of her native town. Mr. Reynolds died January 21, 1871, and his wife died September

24,
it

1860, in their native town.

children.
1.
2.

3.

4.

Adeline, born May 2, 1814, and married Jacob S. Eaton. Melissa, born JNlarch 14, 1816, and married Charles Shuniway. Elizabeth, born March 14, 1818, and married Asa Saunders. Sarah, born -January 31, 1820, and married Fayette Barrows.
Julia, born October 8, 1821. Glenn W., born November 25, 1823, and married Elizabeth Eaton. Jane, born January 9, 1826, and died August 8, 1827. John, born July 28, 1827, and married Martha Slater.

5.

6.
7.

8.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY,
*
9.

163

10.

George Huntington, born Febraary 8, 1829. Edwin, born March 23, 1830, and married Mary

J. Spencer.

He

11.

was chief engineer of the Allis-Chalmers Co., of Milwaukee, Wis., many years, and was Vice President of this Company at the time of his death, February 19, 1909. Benjamin Franklin, born January 29, 1833, and married Amanda Hawkins, and died May 25, 1905. He was chief engineer of

Omaha Water
Civil
12.

Co., for

twenty years, and in the Navy during the


11,

War. Albert W., born December Runyon.

1835, and

married Rebecca

1. 2. 4. 5. 1. 5. 8. 5.
Julia (Reynolds) Derby, born October
burn) Derby.
8,

1821

1842, in Mansfield, Conn., Leander, son of Joseph Hartwell

married October 24, and Jane (Col-

He was born July 18, 1815, in Leominster, Mass. Mr. Derby was a horn-comb manufacturer In 1851, with a party from
fields of California,

Leominster, he started for the gold

and, in crossing the

Isthmus of Panama, contracted a fever, and lived only a few days after reaching California. He died October 24, 1851. Mrs. Derby died August 22, 1909,
in Amityville,
jST.

Y.

They were

Congregationalists.

children.
1.

Viola Annette, born December


married, September
1,

^,

1845, in Leominster, Mass.:

1880, in Jersey City,

N.

J.,

the Rev.

Henry Bromley.
children.

Mr. Bromley died in 1896.


1,

They had no
Leominster,

2.

Adelaide Charissa, born September


Mass.

1847, in

1. 2. 4. 5. 1. 5. 8. 5. 2.

Adelaide Charissa (Derby) Niles, born September


Leominster, Mass.;

1,

1847, in

married, June 23, 1874, in Port Washington,

WUliam Francis
lon,

Niles.

He

died April 28, 1891.

His widow

lives in

N. Y., Baby-

N. Y.

children.
1.

2.

Joseph Huntington, born April 2, 1875, in Leominster, died November 16, 1914, in Tucson, Arizona. Arthur Winslow, born March 20, 1877, in Leominster,
died^October 21,^1903, in Babylon, N. Y.

Mass.;

Mass.;

3.

4.
5.

Glen

Frederick William, born May 11, 1879, in^Jersey City, N. J. Harold, born August 6, 1881, in Jersey City, N. J. Charles Albert, born April 15, 1883, in Jersey City, N. J.

164
.6.
7.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
Ruth, born July 28. 1884, in Jersey City, N. J.; died next day. Viola Adelaide, born October 2, 1886, in Jersey City, N. J.; died December 19, 1886. Edwin Reynolds, born April 19, 1888. in Babylon, N. Y. Alice Charissa, born June 17, 1889, in Babylon, N. Y.

8. 9.

1.2.4.5.
Ct.;

1.

5. 8.9.
February
8,

Geokge Huntington Reynolds,

l)orn

1829, in Mansfield,
3,

married Abbie E. Brown, of Westfield, Vt.

He

died January

1906.

and early in life he became responAs boys, he and his brothers built bridges and sible for his own support. made their own wagons, sleds and other playthings, exhibiting much skill. He went to work on a farm at the age of eleven years, working on land that
the ninth of twelve children,

He was

afterwards became a part of the large estate that he established at ]\lanstiehl

Depot, and
for

at the

age

(jf

.")

he "hired out" to Chauncey

Dunham

of Mansfield

$6 a month and "keep." Mr. Dunham living in a house that is still standLater Mr. Reynolds attended a private ing on the farm of Edwin Reynolds. school taught by i\Ir. Dimock, a student from Yale, and then he went to work
as a woolen mill s])innei-,

and was employed


did his
iii'st

at

Ludk)w, Mass., Broad Brook,

Wilsonville and Merrow, Conn., successively.

In the mill at
did
it

Merrow he

mechanical construction work, and

so successfully that he decided to give

up sj)inning and thereafter devotin

ed himself to mechanical work. He began work on steam machinery at Leominster, Mass., and
exhibited an engine of his
Crystal Palace,

1856

own

designing at the American institute fair in the


this

New

Yoi'k.

For

he was awarded

a gold

medal and was

made

sujjerintendent of the fair for the following year.

In 1859 he was appointed chief draughtsman of the Delamater Iron Works and in 1862 he became superintendent and general managei' of the ^lystic Iron works at Mystic Bridge. Here ships and engines foi- the use of the government during the Civil war were built and wlien the war was over he returncil to the Delamater works, of which he became sui)erintendent, holding this j)ositioii until 1884, when he went to the Crane Elevator Company of Chicago and took charge of their large plant. This company was absorbed by the Otis Elevator

Company and he was continued

in the

concern's employ as engineer.

He

has

been consulting engineer for the Pneumatic Dynamite Gun Coni])any of New York and the Locomobile Company of America. He made a special study of
the problems of elevator l)uilding and dynamite gun construction, and, as a result of his inventions in these

and other

lines,

over one hundred patents were

taken out by him, some of these patents being very valuable, covering .im])ortant improvements ma<le by him. He has built guns for England and Italy, and
the gun construction of the dynamite cruiser Vesuvius was from the patents

owned by him and done under


some residence
there.

his personal su])ervision.

In 1885 he established an estate at Mansfield Depot, and erected a hand-

I
I

The farm

is

one of a thousand acres, and for a number

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
of yeai's past

165

to improving the place.

Mr. Reynolds had resided there constantly, giving his attention For many years his home was at Pelham Manor,
of the school board of that place eight years.

N.

Y.,

and he served as president

CHILDREN.
1.

George Osman,

of

the

firm

of Hitchcock,

Dermandy and

Co.,

New
2.

York.
H., chief engineer of the great Allis-Chalmers Co. of Mil-

Irving

waukee, Wis.

1. 2. 4. 5. 1. 5.

10.

ried,

born February 9, 1799, in Mansfield, Conn.; marJanuary 13, 1822, in Mansfield, Conn., Lois, daughter of John and Lois Thompson. She was born February 24, 1799, in VVillington, Conn. He was They lived in Mansfield, Conn., Honeoye, N. Y., a teacher and a farmer. soon after 1824, in McGrawville, N. Y., 32 years, in Truxton, N. Y. 1861, then He flied August 8, 1868, and his wife, Honeoye, X. Y., where they died.
April
8.

Marvin Huntington,

1860.

Mrs. Huntington was a consistent


four years.

member

of the Baptist

Church

for forty-

CHILDREN.
* *
1. 2.

3.

Jonas Munroe, born December 6, 1824. Charles Egbert, born October 9, 1827. Aurora F., born Xovember 10. 1831, in Honeoye, N.
December
4,

Y.,

and died

1911.

1.2.4.5.
Conn.;

1. 5.

10.

1.

Jonas Monroe Huniington. born December 6, 1824, in Mansfield, married, November 17, 1850, in Honeoye, N. Y., Sabrina Amelia, daughter of lleuben and Priscilla (Haskcl) Slicarer. She was born March 30,
1826, in Honeoye, N. Y.
^Iv.

Grawville, N. Y.;

moved

to

Huntington Honeoye, N.

is

a joiner.

He

has lived in
1850;

JNIc-

Y., in

the Fall of

Adams
he

County, Wis.,

in the Fall of 1855; to

(irand Rapids, Wis., in 1864,


11, 1899.

Avhei'e

now

His wife died in Grand Rapids, October were Baptists, and he always atten<led that Church.
lives.

His people

children.
*
* * * *
1.

Dwight Monroe,

born Sej)tember 26, 1853.

2.

3.

4.
5. 6.

Charissa Amelia, born April 26, 1855. Celestia Priscilla, born July 29, 1857. Jessie Estella, born June 6, 1861. George Marvin, born April 8, 1863.

Mary Aurora,

born

May

17, 1866.

166

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
1. 2.

4.5. 1.5.10. 1.1.

born September 26, 1853, in Honeoye, N. Y.; married January 30, 1879, in Stirling, 111., Georgianna, daughter of George P. and Henrietta (Bennet) Warner. She was born March 10, 1860. He is a machinist and proprietor of a garage. They are Baptists, and live in Grand Rapids, Wis. CHILDREN.
1.

DwiGHT Monroe Huntington,

Elizabeth Gertrude, born November


1915, William

9, 1880; married July 23, Smith Fishback. He was born in Lexington, Mo., in 1865, and has been with the Pacific Express Co., as agent for twenty years she is a trained nurse, and lives in
;

Grand Rapids, Wis.


*
2.

3.

Grace Norma, born September 10, 1882. George Bennet, born July 1, 1884. He is
for his father in

a machinist and works

Grand Rapids, Wis.


4,

4.

Ruby Hazel,

born April

1894; lives in Grand Rapids, Wis.

1. 2. 4. 5. 1. 5. 10. 1. 1. 2.

Grace Norma (Huntington) Fahrner,


Sterling,
111.;

born September 10, 1882, in

married November 28, 1906, in Grand Rapids, Wis., Walter Jewett, son of John and Magdelene (Kiechelbolfer) Fahrner. He was born
of

February 19, 1882. Mr. Fahrner is a physician and surgeon, and a graduate North Western College in 1905 they live in Joliet, 111. They are Roman
;

Catholics.

children.
1. 2.

Marion Hazel,

born January

8,

1909.

Walter Charles,

born April

14, 1910.

3.

Richard Huntington, born June


1. 2. 4. 5. 1. 5.

30, 1913.

10.

1.

2.
26, 1855, in

Charissa Amelia (Huntington) AVood, born April


Honeoye, N.
Y.;

Grand Rapids, Wis., Carroll Hinman, son of Thomas Jefferson and Lucy Maria (Sherwood) Wood. He was born in Greene, N. Y. Mr. Wood is a farmer and a railroad engineer they have Uved in Fond du Lac, Wis., Minneapolis, Minn., Alisden, Dakota, and Grand Rapids, Wis., where they now Uve. They are Episcopalians.
married January
1,

1877, in

children.
1.
2.

Lucy Maria, born March 31, 1878. George Hinman, born November 20,

1880.

3.

4.

Jesse Earl, born July 2, 1882. Clara Emma, born August 2, 1886, and died December

1,

1887.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

16^

1. 2. 4. 5. 1. 5.

10.

1. 3.

Celestia Priscilla (Huntington) Thomas, born July 29, 1857, in Roche a Cri, Wis.; married July 10, 1876, in Grand Rapids, Wis., Truman Gillett Thomas. Mr. Thomas was a railroad engineer, and when he first went to Spokane, bought a mining claim. Later with some others he went into the mines, and has never been heard of since. They lived in Grand Rapids and Altoona, Wis., Hartington, Neb., and Spokane, Wash.
CHILDREN.
1.

Mildred Amelia,

born October 14, 1877, in Green Bay, Wis.; married in Spokane, Wash., ISIay 18, 1902, George William Fox. Thej'^ live in Ocean Park, Cal.
6,

2.

Georgie Orlanda, born August


Neb. Lettie Edna, born January
in Hartington,
6,

1879, and died July 28, 1884,

3.

1881; died August 11, 1884, in

Hartington, Neb.
4.

Shirley Yolanda.

Ijorn
]

married, January 20,

October 29, 1882, in Grand Rapids, Wis.; 9(14, in Spokane, Wash., Sidney Albert,

5.

son of Sidney f^lward and Susan Ann (Van Sickle) Child. He was born, November 29, 1880, in Aurora, 111., and moved to Spokane in the fall of 1883, where they now live. j\Ir. Child is a real estate man. Truman Gillett, born March 7, 1886, in Hartington, Neb., Uves
in S|X)kane,

Wash.
26, 1888; died

6.

Henry

O.,

born January

March

7,

1888, in

Har-

tington, Neb.
7.

Hazel, born December

29,

1890, in Hartington, Neb., and died

July 24, 1893, in Spokane, Wash.

1.2.4.5. 1.5. 10.1.4.


Jessie Estella (Huntington) Clock, born June 6, 1861, in Roche a October 21, 1888, at Stevens Point, Wis., James M., son of Minard and jNIary Ann (Holcomb) Clock. He was born December 18, Mr. Clock is a carpenter, and has lived in Diamond, 1846, in Johnstown, N. Y.
Cri, Wis.; married,

La.,

Harmon,

111.,

and Slayton,

INIinn.,

Woolsey and Sjiringfield, where they now live.

So. Dakota,

Grand Rapids, Wis.,

children.
1.

2.

3.

Victor Ilas, born September 7, 1889, in Springfield, So. Dakota. Wyman Huntington, born February 15, 1891. Aurora Irma, born December 11, 1903, in Grand Rapids, Wis.

168
1.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

2.4. 5.

1. 5.

10. 1. 4. 2.
15, 1891, in Springfield,
S. D., to

Wyman Huntington
S. D.;

Clock, born February

Margaret Irene, daughter of William Marion and Annie Emily (Cory) Mitchell; she was born in Marcus, Iowa, June 6, 1891. He is a carpenter and lives in Slayton, Minn.
married, August 28, 1912, in Milbank,

CHILDREN.
1.

Alice Bernice, born November

7,

1913.

2.

Son, born March

19, 1915.

1. 2. 4. 5. 1. 5. 10. 1. 5.

George Marvin Huntington, born April 8, 1863, in Cottonville, Wis.; married May 19, 1890, Charlotta Lucinda, daughter of John Baptist and Martha Mary (Reinhart) La Haie. She was born April 7, 1869, in Grand He is an elecRapids, Wis., and died in Bishop, California, April 16, 1915.
and was appointed as lineman for service on the Isthmus of Panama by the Canal Commission, June 28, 1905. He arrived on the Isthmus, July 14, 1905, was transferred to the Panama Railroad as assistant electrician, and Service commenced July 5, 1905, given charge of E St. Plant, at La Boca. and ended February 1, 1908. He was Supt. of Nash Bros. Electric Plant, Grand Rapids, Wis., from December 1891, to March 1, 1896; electrician for Grand Rapids Pulp and Paper Co., seven and a half years Suj)t. and Manager of Electric and Water Co., of Grand Rapids, Wis., for seven months, previous He lived in Grand Rapids, Wis., to appointment for service on the Isthmus. to June 1905, La Boca, Canal Zone, to February 1908, Los Angeles, Califortrician,
;

nia from

AprU

30, 1908.

The

family

now

reside in Bishop, California.

They

are Baptists.

children.
1.

Lois Laura, born December 24, 1890; lived in Freeport, lU. She is a trained nurse, and has been in the service of the Department of the Interior at the Government Sanatorium, Fort Lapwai, Idaho, but resigned after her mother's death, to keep

2. 3.

Monroe Harold,
Ethel Aurora,

house for her father. born April


born

28, 1894.

He

is

a dealer in horses.

May

16, 1896.

1. 2. 4. 5. 1. 5.

10. 1. 6.

born May 17, 1866, in Grand Grand Rapids, John, son of Jons and He was born December 16, 1856, in Eslof by Sissa (Mun^on) Hanson. He is a farmer and lived in Sweden until 18 "2, in MichiSallerups, Sweden. They are now living in gan from 1876 to 1880, and in Wisconsin since 1880. Koepenick, Wis. They are Lutherans.
Rapids, Wis.; married,

Mary Aurora (Huntington) Hanson,


May
11, 1891, in

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
CHILDREN.
1. 2.

169

Helene Gerda, born April 7, 1893. Ralph Huntington, born October 23,

1903.

1. 2. 4. 5. 1. 5.

10.2.
9,

Charles Egbert Huntington, born October

1827, in McGrawville,

N. Y.; married April 24, 1851, in Cortland, N. Y., Julia, daughter of Lyman and Cynthia (Salisbury) Darby. She was born January 12, 1828. He was a farmer, and later in the flouring mill business. They lived in McGrawville, N. Y., and moved to Truxton in 1859, to Cortland in 1870, and to Elmira, N. Y., in 1879, where he died July 23, 1913. He was a Baptist.

children.
*
1.

2.

Herbert, born April 5, Helen, born December


first,

1853.
1,

1858, in McGrawville, N. Y.; married,

February

4,

1891, in Elmira,

N.

Y.,

Almon Mehuron,

son

of

Almon V. and Ann


11, 1893.

Eliza (Mehuron) Bullard.

He was

born

in Cuttingsville, Vt.,

October

May 12, He was a

1853, and died at Kirksville, Mo.,

merchant.
24, 1909, Otis, son of

She married, second, November September


1,

Henry
born

P. and Juliette Cornelia (MeiTick) Dockstader.

He was

1851, in

Charleston, Pa., and

is

an architect.

They

reside in Elmira, N. Y.

1. 2. 4. 5. 1.

5. 10. 2. 1.
5,

Herbert Huntington, born April married May 21, 1879, in Cortland, N. Y.,
Harriet (Davenport) Shaw.

1853, in

McGrawville, N. Y.;

Lillie,

daughter of Daniel J. and

She was born,


in

in

June, 1853, in Elkland, Penn.

He

is

a graduate of Syracuse University, in the class of 1876.

He

is

an

editor

and publisher.

He hved

Truxton, N. Y., moved


in 1907,

to Cortland,

N.Y.,

in 1870, to Wellsboro, Penn., in 1881, to Canandaigua, N. Y., in 1885, to Kingston,

N.

Y., in 1906, to Tottenville,

N. Y.,

where they now

live.

They

are Unitarians.

He

practiced law at Cortland, N. Y., from 1877 to 1881, published papers

and Canandaigua, N. Y., and was editor of Kingston, N. Y., Daily Leader, from September 1906, to June 1907. He is now editor and pubhsher of the Staten Island Transcript. He is a member of the Phi
at Wellsboro, Penn.,

Beta Kappa, and a Mason.

children.
1.

2.

Katherine Davenport, born August 14, 1881. Lois Tennant, born Api-il 29, 1887. She is a teacher of the violin.

170

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGT.

1. 2. 4. 5. 1. 5.

11.

DwiGHT Huntington, born May 15, 1801, in Mansfield, Conn.; married, November 27, 1823, in Mansfield, Conn., Lucretia, daugliter of Richard and Merab (Corning) Starkweather. She was born in JVIansfield, Conn., September 23, 1802. He was a shoe maker at the age of sixteen, later a merchant,
silk dealer,

and farmer.
1,

He was

also a tavern keeper for eleven years.


4, 1881,

He
Conn.

died December

1880.

His wife died July

both

in Mansfield,

CHILDREN, BORN IN MANSJ'IELD, CONN.


1.

John, born July

3,

1825

mari-ied in Mansfield, Conn.,

May

26,

1875, a widow, Margaret (Long) Hooper.


18, 1904, in AVillington,

He

died September

Conn.

2.

Henry, born August


Cornelia, born July
field,

6,

1827.

3.

13, 1829,

and died March

12, 1898, in

Mans-

Conn.
14, 1858, in

4.
5.

Andrew Jackson, born June 22, 1831. Louisa, born May 23, 1833, and died May
Conn.

Mansfield,

6.

Lucretia, born March


field,

23, 1839,

and died April

5,

1900, in

Mans-

Conn.

1. 2. 4. 5. 1. 5.

11. 2.

Henry Huntington,
first,

born August

6,

1827, in INIausfield Conn.; married,

April 25, 1855, in Northfield, N. Y., Jane, daughter of George Jasper

and Elizabeth (Vreeland) Cadmus. She was born in Castleton, N. Y., May 27, 1833, and died in Mansfield, Conn., December 20, 1861. He married, second, June 27, 1867, in Willimantic, Conn., Elizabeth Antoinette, daughter of James and Margaret (Frame) Starkweather. She was born March 22, 1841, in Avon, Ohio, and died in New Haven, Conn., December 24, 1885.

He was a bookkeeper, clerk, and Notary Public from 1874 to 1899, a farmer, and acting school visitor member of School Board twenty-five years, and Auditor of Town Accounts for several years.
;

He
to

lived in

New York

City, from 1846 to 1848, in Bath,


in 1849; in

N. Y., from 1848


in

1849;

in Castleton,

N. Y.,

New York

City in 1849 to 1852; in


;

Brooklyn, N. Y., 1852 to 1855; in Mansfield, Conn., 1855 to 1856


field,

North-

N. Y., 1856 to 1861

Mansfield. Conn., 1861 to 1899.


2,

Sharon, Mass., December 11, 1899, where he died November


buried in Mansfield, Conn.

He moved to 1911. He was

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
CHILDREN.
1.

171

DwiGHT Cadmus,
in Mansfield,

boru November born March

5,

1855, and died April 25, 1856,

Conn.
11, 1857, in Northfield, N". Y.;

2.

George Augustus,
of

married, September 11, 1889, in Hartford, Conn., Grace, daughter

Abel and Sarah Goodell (Holt) Johnson. She was born in She was a widow previous to this marriage, her first husband being Rogers Randolph Frisbie. He is in the real estate business, and tunes and sells pianos. He graduated from the New England Conservatory of Music, in
1852, in Willington, Conn.

the tuning department.

He

has lived in Mansfield, Conn., 1861;

Baltimore, Md., 1880; Nashville, Tenn., 1881; Conn., 1882; Sharon, Mass., 1899, where they

West Haven, now live. They

are Baptists, and he was Trustee of the Church in Sharon for

one year.
*
3.

Lena May,

They have no children. born November 11, 1867.


25, 1873, at Mansfield

4.

Ernest Henry, born December


Conn.; married

Depot,

December

23, 1899, in Hartford, Conn., Belle,

daughter of Charles W. and Harriet E. (Fitts) Emerson. She was born June 1, 1876, in Hartford, Conn. He is a machinist. They live in Woonsocket, R. I., and have no children.

1. 2. 4. 5. 1. 5. 11. 2. 3.

Lena May (Huntington) Brigham,


Mansfield, Conn.; married, July
9, is

born November

11,

1867, in

1889,

February 26, 1856. Mr. Brigham and lives in Whitewood, S. D.

Nathan Brigham. He was born a manufacturer and dealer in lumber,

children, born in law^rence county,


1.
2.

s.

d.

Lillian Estelle, born March

4,

1890.

3.

Ruth Starkweather, born July 26, 1892. Ralph Huntington, born September 11, 1894.

4.
5.

Howard Nathan,

born September

19, 1896,

Lewis Henry, born October

30, 1902.

1.2.4.5. 1.5. 11.4.


Andrew Jackson Huntington,
Conn.; married,

born June

22,

1831, in Mansfield,

She was born in Newburyport, and was founder and proprietor of the Huntington Bakery, of Hartford, Conn. He died March 8, 1898, and his wife died June 27, 1896, both in Hartford, Conn.
Gerrish.

March 20, 1856, and Hannah (Pike)

in Hartford, Conn., Eliza Pike, daughter of

Mass., in 1823.

He was

a baker,

172

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
CHILDREN.
1.

Charles Gerrish, born October


married, January
1,

21,

1856, in Hartford, Conn.;

1896, in

Hartford, Conn., Mabel Anna,

daughter of Lewis Clesson and

Ann

Eliza (Arnold) Grover.

She was born December 21, 1872, in South Norwalk, Conn. He was in the banking and manufacturing business. He graduated from the Hartford High School in 1875. He died August 8,
1908, in Hartford, Conn.

After graduating at the public high

school he entered the employ of the Connecticut River


ing

BankCompany, where he remained several years as bookkeeper. In 1898 he became connected with the advertising department of the Pope Manufacturing Company, and in 1900 went with the Electric Vehicle Company as advertising manager, and continued as such to the day of his death.
in educational and politiand had always been a conservative Democrat. In 1900 he was appointed police commissioner by INIayor Harbison, serving for three years, and, at the expiration of his term, was
fire

Mr. Huntington had been interested

cal matters,

appointed

commissioner by Mayor Henney.


fire

Owing

to the

pressure of other duties, he resigned from the

board after a

year of service.
trict in

He was

four years chairman of the Northwest

School district committee, and, on removing to the South dis1897, he became a member of the committee of that and was re-elected annually to 1908. In the days when the bicycle was most popular he took an active interest in organizing cycling affairs, and was for two years chief consul of the League of American Wheelmen of Connecticut. He is thi' author ot the Road Book of Connecticut, which went through several editions. He was a member of the Hartford Lodge of INIasons. Mrs. Huntington resides in Hartford with hei" widowed mother. Mary Louise, born May 18, 1858. She lives in Mansfield, Conn. Jennie, born August 6, 1860, and died September 7, 1862, in Hartford, Conn.
school,

2.

3.

4.

Gilbert Dwight, born

Janiuiry 11, 1864.

1.2. 4. 5. 1. 5. 11. 4.4.


Gilbert Dw^ight Huntington, born elanuary 11, 1864, in Hartford, Xovember 15, 1894, in Ncwburyport, INIass., Judith Anne, daughter of Charles Edward and Sarah Moody (Cook) Plummer. She was
Conn.; married,

born September 28, 1871.


until

He

is

a salesman, and lived in Hartford, Conn.,

May,

1899,

when he moved

to Newburyi)ort,

Mass.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
CHILDREN.
1. 2.

173

Gilbert Gerrish, born April 8, Charles Edward, born March

1897, in Hartford, Conn.


23, 1900, in

Newburyport, Mass.

1.2.4.5.3.
Lydia (Huntington) Galusha, born
tember
10,

April 25, 1728; married, Sep-

1745, Jacob Galusha, of Preston, Conn.,

who went

in 17 75 to

Shaftsbury, Vt.

She died

May

6,

1764.

CHILDREN.
1.

Mary,

2. 3.

4.
5.

6.
7.

8.
9.

born November 10, 1746, David, born October 30, 1748. Jacob, born December 28, 1 750. Jonah, born February 11, 1753. Amos, born April 1, 1755. Elijah, born October 23, 1757. Olive, born December 4, 1759. Lydia, born June 1, 1762.

Anna, born May

6,

1764.

From

the third son the late Gov. Galusha, of

Vermont, was descended.

1.2.4.5.4.
born October 30, 1730, and married in 1756, He owned and lived on a of Preston, Conn. farm on the east side of the Quinebaug, about nine miles north of Norwich, and one and a half south of Jewett City, Conn., from which place he moved, in 1779, to Shaftsbury, Vt., where he died November 14, 1794.

Nathan Huntington,
of

Amy, daughter

John Brown,

CHILDREN.
This family were
*
all

born in Norwich, and have their births recorded

there, though the place of their birth


1.

2.

was in the present town of Griswold. Lucy, born February 26, 1756. Zeruiah, born September 29, 1757 married, David Cole, of KingsHer name is, as above, on .the Norwich record, bury, N. Y.
;

though the family have


*
3.

it

Jerusha.
family record, as dying in infancy,
rest of the family.

4.

Samuel, born June 3, 1759. Elizabeth, appears on the


John, born October
8,

though not on the town records, with the


*
*
5.
6.
7.

1763.
23, 1765.

Henry, born September


Elizabeth, born May
bury, Vt.

28, 1767;

married Simon Bottom, of Shafts-

Two

of her sons were, Colonel

Lemuel, and Judge

Nathan Huntington Bottom


March, 1848.

(1. 2. 4. 5. 8. 1. 1.)

She died

in

174
8.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
Eunice, born February
ley, of

married the Hon. Timothy StanShe had eleven children, all of whom died before her death, excepting her daughter Mary, Mrs. Asa H. Billings, of Rochester, N. Y., at whose house she died, in November, 1850. "She was remarkable for her intelligence and great mental capacity."
12, 1769
;

Greensboro, Vt.

1. 2. 4.

5.4.

1.
26, 1756, in

Lucy (Huntington) Burnham,


Conn.
their

born February

She married Asa Burnham, and resided in Bennington, children were born. She died in August, 1827.

Vt.,

Norwich, where

CHILDREN.
1.

Eleazer, born July

2.

1780, was a lawyer, residing in Aurora, N. Y., and was twice a presidential elector. He married, first, Caroline Matilda, daughter of Hon. Walter Wood, who died June 27, 1832, leaving two sons and one daughter. His second wife was Urania Smith, who had no children. Rebecca, born Fe])ruary 5, 1782, andinarried Abel Cole, in 1808.
15,

They
3.

lived in Hanover, Shelby county, Indiana,

and had ten

children.

Julia Ann, born Mai-ch

20, 1784,

Mattoon, of Lenox, Mass.


near Cincinnati, Ohio.
4.

and married, in 1805, Charles She had five children, one of whom
of

was the Rev. Chas. N. Mattoon, President

Farmers' College,
of

5.

Polly, born June 2, 1786 married, in 1804, AUen Draper, Shaftesbury, and had ten children. Asa N., born January 9, 1789; married, Martha S. Hammond,
;

in

1818.
6.

7.

8.

Lucy, born March 8, 1791; married, George Galusha, in 1810, and had eleven children. Sophia Adaline, born April 15, 1797 married, Seneca Wood, of Aurora, N. Y., in 1816, and had two children. Charlotte Maria, born June 9, 1803; married Sherman Smith, of Aurora, N. Y., in 1S25, and had three children.
;

1.

2.4. 5.4. 3.
3,

Samuel Huntington,

born June

1759, in Norwidi, Conn.

He was

a physician in Greensboro, Vt., and married, January 24, 1780, Bethia Dogget. He died December 7, 1823. The following stiitement is made by his grand-

daughter, Mrs. Hatch (Eliza,


1851.

1. 2. 4. 5. 4. 3. 3. 1.)

in a letter to

Dr. Joshua, in

"With high

reputation as a physician and surgeon, which he retained

to the close of his life,

he removed

to Shaftsbury, Vt.,

Greensboro.

He was

a surgeon in the army during the last war.

and subseijuently to He was

also a custom-house officer in 1812."

HUNTINGTON GENEAXOGY.
CHILDREN.
1.

175

Robert, born October


Bethia, born October
in

21, 1780, in Plainfield, Conn., died

February

14, 1784, in Shaftsbury, Vt.


2.

21,

Lansingburgh, N. Y.

1780; married, Elisha Janes, and lived She died October 27, 1851, in Lan-

singburgli.

* *

3.

4.
5.

John, born March 20, 1782, in IShaftsbury, Vt. Henry, born March 20, 1782. Betsey, born January 17, 1784, and died March
Shaftsburj'.

12,

1795, in

6.

Mary,

born November

3,

1785,

and died March

17,

1809,

in

Greensboro, Vt.
7.

Robert, born June

time in Kosciusko, Miss.

8.

became judge. reports him as having received a collegiate education. RoxANA, born December 15, 1788, and died June 16, 1809,
Greensboro, Vt.

and was a student. He lived at one He was in the. practice of law and Mrs. Hatch (Eliza, 1. 2. 4.5. 4. 3. 3. 1.) reports
28, 1787,
in

9.

Nathan,

born

Ai)ril 25. 1792,

and died March

30, 1796, in Shafts-

bury, Vt.
10.

11.

Sophia, born May 15, 1794; married, Dr. Thomas Wright, of Cincinnati, and lived in Carthage, Ohio. Elizabeth, born December 6, 1797, and died May 12, 1809, in
Greensboro.
in the family

There were two others

who

died in infancy.

1.

2.4. 5.4. 3. 3.
He died October He was a man
1840, and his honored for his
8,

John Huntington,
Martha Bayley, and
intelligence

born March 20, 1782, in Shaftsbury, Vt.; married,

lived in Greensboro.

wife in September, 1850, in Perry, N. Y.

and

social worth,

and especially

for his overflowing benevolence.

children.

I
*

1.

Eliza, born July TU., in which


Florida,
in this

29, 1808; married,

state

they lived.

Chauncey Hatch, of Belvidere, She spent some ten years in


to her for

and the family are indebted

much

that appears

record of her branch of the family.

2.

3.

Nathan, born September 8, 1810. Mary, born February 11, 1813.


Samuel, born February
in October, 1838.
22, 1815,

4.

and lived

in Peru,

111.

He

died

* *

5.
6.

John, born January 1, 1818. Charles B., born December

23, 1820.

176
7.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
Abigail, born August born August
in 21, 1823, 21, 1826
;

and died November

12, 1855.

8.

Martha,

married Charles Smith, and lived

East Boston, Mass.

1.2. 4. 5. 4. 3. 3.2.
married

Nathan Huntington, born Ann Saunders, and lived

September
in

8,

1810, in Greensboro, Vt.;

Boston, Mass.

He

died in May, 1842.

1.

Annette.

1.2. 4. 5. 4.3.3.3.
boro, Vt.;
11, 1813, in GreensHardwick, Vt., Benjamin, son of Andrew and Betsey (Jewett) Comings. He was born December 2, 1810, in Berkshire, Vt. Mr. Comings was a farmer, had lived in Berkshire, and moved

Mary (Huntington^

Comings, born February


7,

married, January

1835, in

to Greensboro, Vt., in 1840, then to St. Joseph, Mich., in 1871.

They

-were

Comings was deacon of the Church for twenty He was also a member of the Board of Selectmen, and assistant years. County Judge, for two terms, 1866 to 1868, and member of Mich. State LegisCongregationalists, and Mr.
lature,

from 1861 to 1864.

He

died October 26, 1872, at St. Joseph, Mich.

His wife died October 10, 1874.

CHILDREN.
1.

Ann Elisabeth,
ried,

2.

born October 24, 1835, in Berkshire, Vt.; marDecember, 1861, in Burlington, Vt., Calvin Brewer Anderson. She died May 2, 1863, in Enosburgh, Vt. Charles Andrew, born December 12, 1837, and died May 27,
1838, in Berkshire, Vt.

3.

Samuel Huntington,
married,
first,

born August
in

4,

1839, in Berkshire, Vt.;

March 7,1864,
111.,

Flint, j\Iich.,
111.,

Sarah Pierson
died

second, in August, 1887, in Chicago,


in 1902, in Chicago, 24, 1907, in
4.

Harriet Pierson; third,

Lydia Newcomb.

He

December

Fairhope, Ala.

Lucy Jane,

lives in St. Paul,

born September 30, 1841, in Greensboro, Vt. She Minn., and kindly gave the Historian the inforthis famil}'. in (Jreensboro, Vt.;

mation regarding
5.

Mary Sarepta,
ried,

born October 12, 1844,

mar-

July 30, 1871, in Oberlin, O., Cornelius Beach Bradley.


live in

They
6.

Berkeley, Cal.
28, 1846, in

Ella Fidelia, born October


lives in St. Paul,

Greensboro, Vt.

She

Minn.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
7.

177
Greensboro, Vt.; mar-

George Fisher,
ried,

born March
12, 1874, in

18, 1849, in

October

Barre, Vt.,

Emma Fanny

Currier.

8.

They live in Eau Claire, Wis. Abigail Frances, born April


ried,
er.

9,

1851, in Greensboro, Vt.; mar-

July

6,

1872, in Des Moines, Iowa, Charles Delavan Park-

They

live in St. Paul,

Minn.
16, 1853; died

9.

Andrew Benjamin,
in

born June

August

12, 1855,

Greensboro, Vt.

10.

Charles Sumner,

born July

3,

1855,

and died January

15, 1857,

in Greensboro, Vt.

1.2. 4. 5.4. 3.3. 5.


John Huntington,
born January
1,

1818, in Greensboro, Vt.; married

Rachel Loving, and lived in Freeport,

lU.

children.
* *
1. 2.

Samuel Averill,
Isabel, born July

born September
31, 1849.

15, 1847.

1. 2. 4.

5.4. 3. 3. 5.

1.

born September 15, 1847; married, N. Y., cousin, Jane Elizabeth (1.2.4.5.4.3.3.6.1.) daughter of Charles Bailey and Mary (Buell) Huntington. She was born March 30, 1850, in Perry, N. Y. He was a farmer, and lived in Des Moines, Iowa, DeKalb Co., 111., Chariton, Iowa, and Perry, N. Y. He was a bugler in

Samuel Averill Huntington,


26, 1869, in Perry,

February

the

War

of the Rebellion,

having enlisted with the 8th Regiment,

111.

Volunin
5,

teer Cavalry, Co. K, April 4, 1864.

Somonauk, DeKalb Co., HI. 1888, both in Des Moines, Iowa.

He lived He died May 11,


They were
children.

at the time of

enUstment

1886.

His wife died April

Presbyterians.

1.

Luella Mary, born May


Louis, born October

20, 1872.

2.

17, 1874, in Perry,

N. Y.; married, in Perry,

N. Y.,

in 1897, Eleanor Hutton.

He

died

November
Mich.

9,

1898, in
is

Perry, N. Y.

They had no

children.

Mrs. Huntington

now

Mrs. Roscoe Brokaw, and


*
3. 4.

lives in

Ann Arbor,
17, 1880.

Charles Bailey, born November


Winterset, Iowa.

Jessie, born in November, 1883, in Des Moines, Iowa, and lives in

5.

Nellie, born January


July
3,

24, 1886,

in

1910, in Winterset, Iowa, Leroy H. Burdick.

Des Moines, Iowa; married, They live

in Hornellsville,

N. Y.

12

178

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
1. 2. 4.

5.4. 3. 3. 5.
Santa Anna,

1. 1.

LuELLA Mary (Huntington) Tannek,


X.
of
Y.; married, April 13, 1910, in

born

May

20, 1872, in Perry,

Calif.,

George Washington, son

Samuel and Julia (Sheldon) Tanner. He was born November 8, 1861, in Mr. Tanner is a former, and removed fi'om Pine Plains, N. Y. to Santa Anna, Calif, in December, 1909. They are Presley terians.
Pine Plains, N. Y.

CHILD.
1.

Marian

Isabel, born June

18, 1911.

1. 2. 4. 5. 4. 3. 3.
Iowa; married, June 21.

5. 1. 3.
17, 1880, in

Charles Bailey HrxTiNciTdN, born November


190(5, in

Des Moines,
JNI.

Perry, X. Y., Minnie, daughter of Jabez

and Ella Amelia (Mayhew) Herring, who was born November 19, 18 79. He They is a farmer and a graduate of the Wiseonsin College of Agriculture. are members of the Congregational Church, and reside in Perry, N. Y.
CHILD.
1.

Louis Edward, born November

18, 1910.

1.2. 4. 5.4. 3. 3. 5. 2.
married October

Isabel (Huntington) Webb, born July 31, 1849, in Taunton, Mass.; 1, 1867, Samuel son of John and Eliza (Cahalley) AVel)b.
7,

He was born July Mr. Webb is


lived in

1841. in Petersburg,

111.

a salesman, a graduate of Jones College, St. Louis.


until 1901,

He

Des Moines, Iowa,

when he moved
111.,

to Glendale, California,

where he now lives. He was a Corporal

in Co.

G, 145th Kegt.,

during the Civil War.

CHILDREN, BORN IN DES MOINES, IOWA.


*
1.

*
*

2.

Edna, born July 2, 1872. Clarence Avekill, born July

17, 1874.

3.

Walter,

born September

14, 1880.

1.2. 4.
December
3,

5.4.3.3. 5.2.
born July
2,

1.

Edna (Webb) MacMillen,


1902,

1872, in Des Moines; married


live in

John

AV. Mac]\Iillen.

They

Los Angeles, California.

children.
1.

John Albert.
Jennie.

2.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

179

1. 2. 4. 5. 4. 3. 3. 5. 2. 2.

in

Clarence Averill Webb, born July 17, 1874 married, June 26, 1901, Des Moines, Iowa, Vivian, daughter of Thomas A. and Lona (Ingham) Robinson. She was born February 22, 1876, in Vermillion, S. D. Mr. Webb is a dentist and a graduate of North Western University Dental
;

School in 1898.

They

are Unitarians, and live in Des Moines, la.

CHILDREN.
1.

2.

Rachel Loring, born May 19, 1902, in Des Moines, Marcella, born May 20, 1907, in Des Moines, Iowa.

Iowa.

1.2. 4. 5.4. 3. 3. 5.2. 3.


Walter Webb,
1909, Nellie Cheshire.

born September

14,

1880; married in Boone, Iowa, in

They

live in

Glendale, California.

children.
1. 2.

Basil.

Alice.

1.
Lucy Jane
January
1887.
2,

2.4.5.4.3.

3. 6.

Charles Bailey Huntington, born December 23, 1820; married, first, Olin, in Perry, N. Y.; second, November 19, 1846, Mary W.,
She was born in Vermont,
1824.

daughter of Richard and Eliza (Wheelock) Buell.

He
is

was a farmer.

He

died in Perry, N. Y., August 12,

He

was a Presbyterian.
living (1914) in Perry,

Mrs. Huntington
very active woman,

N.

Y.,

aged 90 years, and

is

much

interested in our book.


n. y.

children, born in perry,


1.

Jane Elizabeth, born March


1869, in Perry,

30, 1850;

married, February 26,

N.
5,

Y.,

Samuel Averill
2,

(1. 2. 4. 5, 4. 3. 3. 5. 1.).

She died April


2.

1888.

Eleanor Eliza,

born April

1853

married, April

8,

1886, in

Des Moines, Iowa, Joseph James, son of James E. and Sara (Kirk) Gaston. He was born December 22, 1842, in Stark Co.,

He was married once before. They Mr. Gaston is a dealer in agricultural implements. have lived in Des Moines and Council Bluffs, Iowa, and are now
Ohio.

They belong to the Christian Church. Mr. Gaston's father was one of the early pastors of the Christian Church, in Des Moines, la.
Uving in Winterset, Iowa.

180
*
3.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
IIenkietta Mary, born June
26, 1856.

4.

BuELL C,

born February

9,

1860, and died January 28, 1861, in

Perry, N. Y.

* *

5.
6.

Elbert Charles,

born March
born July
6,

18, 1863.

Arthur Richard,

1866.

1. 2. 4. 5.

4.3. 3. 6. 3.
26, 1856, in
1\.

Henrietta Mary (Huntington) Sheldon, born June


Perry. N. Y.; uaarried, August 14, 1884, in Perry, N. Y., Huraie

Sheldon.

He was He was

born in Perry, N. Y., January


a

9,

1858, and died February 15, 1909.

member

of the Congregational Church at Perry Center, and an


lives in Perry,

active worker.

Mrs. Sheldon

N. Y.
n. y.
;

children, rorn in perry,


1.

Arthur Huntington,
ber
4,

born November 22, 1886

married, Septem-

2.

Mabel Drake, of Elmira, N. Y. They purchased the home farm, where they now live, in Perry, N. Y. Della M., born March 12, 1889; married, March 18, 1913, in Perry, N. Y., Earl C. Watson. Mr. Watson is a farmer, and they live in Perry, N. Y.
1911,

1.2.

4.5.4.3.3.6.5.
born March 18, 1863,
in Perry,
live in

Elbert Charles Huntington,


water, Colorado.

N. Y.;

married, February 24, 1886, in Perry, N. Y., Ella Olin.

They

Edge-

children.
1. 2.

John.

Harold.
1. 2. 4. 5. 4. 3. 3. 6. 6.

Arthur Richard Huntington,


married, April
Perry, N. Y.
3,

born July

6,

1866, in Perry, N. Y.;

1889, Nellie Phillips, in Perry.

He

died

1899, in Perry, and his wife married

Mr. Tobey Kennerson.

November 12, They live in

child.
1.

Frances, born January

22,

1895

lives in

Perry Center, N. Y.

1.2.4.5.4.3.4.
Henry Huntincjton,
1852.

born March 20, 1782; married, January 24, 1807,

Elizabeth Parmalee, and lived in Greensboro, Vt., where he died.

May

22,

His wife died

Ajtril

7,

1830.

He was

a useful and honored man, and

held offices of trust in the town where he resided.

HUNTINGTOX GENEALOGt".
CHILDREN, BORN IN GREEN8BOEO, VT.
*
*
1.

181

2.

* * * *

3.

4.
5.

6.
7.

Caroline, born February 4, 1808. RoxANA, born June 14, 1810. Betsey, born October 6, 1812. Esther Bethia, born October 20, 1815. Henry, born June 3, 1818. Ellen S., born December 11, 1820, and lived

in

Greensboro.

Farnham Parmelee,

born July

4,

1825.

8.

Eunice Carter, born March 31, 1830; married, July 19, 1855, Edwin Derby, and lived at Cedar Rapids, Iowa. They had one son, Edwin, now dead.

1. 2. 4. 5. 4. 3. 4. 1.
Caroline (Huntington) Cook, born February
boro, Vt.;
4,

1808, in

Greens-

married, in 1830, Charles Cook, a farmer of Greensboro, where


13, 1857.

she died

December

182
7.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

Parmelee Augustus,
City, Minn.

born April

6,

1846; married, August 29,


22, 1909, in

1874, Ellen R. Doane.

He

died

November

Rush
in
5,

8.

Abbie Maria, born May 7, 1848; married, October 5, 1876, Newberry, Penn., Henry Ancil Babbitt. She died August
1892, in East Hardwick, Vt.

9.

Josiah Nelson, born July

20, 1849; lives in Pittsburgh,

Penn.
1876, in

10. 11.

Son, not named.


23,

Susan Estelle, born July

1854; married, October


;

5,

Newberry, Penn., Samuel Gibson Updegraff berry, Penn.

they live in

New-

1.2.4.5.4.3.4.2.
Levi Nelson Stevens, born May
June
3,

1.

9,

1834, in Greensboro, Vt.; married,

1860,

Emma

Elizabeth Roberts.

She was born July

3,

1842, at

Chateaugay, N. Y.

They

reside in Los Angeles, Cal.

children, born in chateaugay,


*
1.

n. y.

*
*

2. 3.

Mabel Emma, born June 6, 1861. Henry John, born May 29, 1865. Sarah Edna, born December 7, 1872.
John Roberts,
born October

4.
5.

1874.
12, 1879.

Roxana Huntington,

born April

1.2.4.5.4.3. 4.2.
Mabel Emma (Stevens) O'Connell,
gay, N. Y.; married

1. 1.
6,

born June

1861, in Chateau-

James D. O'Connell.
n. y.

children, born in chateaugay,


1.

Guy.

2. 3.

Henky. Grace.

1. 2. 4. 5. 4. 3. 4. 2. 1. 2.

Henry John Stevens,


1897, Florence

born

May

29,

1865; married,
is

December

26,

Runyon

Stanford.

Mr. Stevens

an attorney at law.

CHILDREN, born IN LOS ANGELES, CAL.


1.

Esther Runyon, born November

21, 1898.

2.

Kathryn Elizabeth,

born January 23, 1900.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

183

1.2. 4.5. 4. 3. 4.2. 1. 3.


Sarah Edna (Stevens) Osgood,
gay, N. Y.; married,

March

24, 1898,

born December 7, 1872, in ChateauJohn Hamilton Osgood. They live in

Los Angeles, California.

CHILDREN, BORN IN LOS ANGELES, CALIF.


1.

2.

RoxANA, born January 3, 1903. John Hamilton, born September

6,

1904.

1.2.4.5.4. 3. 4. 2. 6.
Helen Esther (Stevens) Blossom,
Vt.; married,

bora July 17, 1844, in Greensboro,

January 15, 1868, in Baltimore, Md., Charles Frederick, son of George Washington and Sarah (Herrick) Blossom. He was born in Morristown, Vt., February 14, 1837. Mr. Blossom was a merchant, and lived in Winooski, Vt.; also in Colorado, and in Waverly, Iowa, in 18G8. He died in Mrs. Blossom resides in Bellows Falls, Vt. Campo, Calif., June 24, 1888.

He

was, and she

is,

a Congregationalist.

children.
*
1. 2.

Guy Charles, born November 14, Helen Huntington, born July 2,


National City,
Falls, Vt.
Calif.,

1870.
1874.
10,

3.

Frederick Nelson Herrick, born September


and died January
6,

1883,

in

1896, in Bellows

1. 2. 4. 5. 4. 3. 4. 2. 6. 1.

Guy Charles Blossom,


They
live in Arlington,

born November

14, 1870, in

Waverly, Iowa;

married, August 15, 1899, in East Hardwick, Vt., Jennie Amelia Shedd.

N. Y.

except the first were born


1.

children, in la grange township,

n. y.

2. 3.

Charles Nelson, boi-n July 23, 1900, in Bellows Imogens Anna, born June 29, 1905. Marjorie Ripley, born May 31, 1907.

Falls, Vt.

4.
5.

Harry Vincent,
Dorothy Elaine,

born June 16, 1909. born January 12, 1911.

1.2. 4.5.4. 3.4. 2. 6. 2.


Helen Huntington (Blossom) Lewis,
Co., Colo.; married,

born July

2,

1874, in Custer

June

28, 1899, in

Bellows Falls, Vt., Frederick Crowel

Lewis.

They

live in

Bellows Falls, Vt.

184

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
CHILD.
1.

Esther Carolyn, born November

17, 1909, in

Bellows Falls, Vt.

1. 2. 4. 5. 4. 3. 4. 3.

Betsey (Huntington) Hall, born October


Vt.; married, in

6,

1812, in Greensboro,
at

June 1831, Josiah

Hall, a farmer,

and lived

Cedar Rapids,

Iowa.

children.
1.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
CHILDREN.
1.

185

Charles Dustan,

born August 11, 1848, and died August 16,

1849, in Champlain,

N. Y.
July
16, 1850.
9,

2. 3.

Henry Dustan, born Laura Corbin, born


Albany, Ga.

April

1854, and died July 11, 1857, in

4.

Frederick Walter, born November


1859, in Albany, Ga.

21, 1858,

and died July

6,

5.

6.

Daniel Nelson, born January 13, 1861, in Atlanta, March 23, 1880, in Colorado Springs, Colo. Willie C, born April 7, 1864, in Atlanta, Ga., and
27, 1864, in Meridian, Miss.

Ga., and died

died August

7.

Pllny Corbin, born June

23, 1868.

1.2.4.5.4. 3.4.5.2.
Henry Dustan Huntington,
married January
of
16, 1877, in

born July

16, 1850, in Craftsbury, Vt.;

Guelph, Ontario, Canada, Jennie May, daughter

Ferdinand Cecil Dwight and Angelina Johnson (Judd) McKay.

She was

born in Warren, N. Y.,

May

12, 1854.

He was
Academy,

a United States Cavalry Officer, a graduate of

West Point Military

in 1875.

He was

stationed at Fort

Fred

Steel from 1875 to 1877,

Fort Sandes, Wyoming, 1877 to 1878, Fort Custer, Mont., 1878 to 1881, Fort
ElUs, Mont., 1881 to 1882, Fort Assinniboine, Mont., 1882 to 1884, Fort Bidwell, Colo.,

1884 to 1885, Jefferson Barracks,


4,

till

the time of hjs death, which

occurred

May

1886.

He was

in the

Cook Campaign

of 1876, the

Bannock

War and most

of the

Indian Campaigns during the years 1876 to 1886.

He

served in Co. D. 2d

He was considered a brilliant officer, a fine horseman, and one of the finest shots in the Regiment, being a qualified marksman. Mrs. Huntington and their son reside in Miami, Florida.
United States Cavalry.

CHILDREN.
1. 2.

Charles McKay, born February


Florence, born April
7,

30, 1882.

1886; married, April 29, 1907, in Des

Moines, Iowa, Ralph Middleton Parker.


ant in the 5th Cavalry, United States
Schofield Barracks, Honolulu, H.
I.,

He was first Army they


;

Lieutenlived
in
is

in 1911.

Lieut. Parker

now, January

26, 1915,

commandant

of

Norwich

I^niversity, at

Northfield, Yt.

1.2. 4. 5. 4.3. 4. 5. 7.
Pliny Corbin Huntington, born June
George
23, 1868, in

Des Moines, Iowa;


20,

married, September 13, 1893, in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Adella May, daughter of

W. and Amanda

K. (McDowell) Hale.

She was born February

186
1872, in

HUNTINGTON GKNKAI.OGY.

versity of

Cedar Rapids, Iowa. He was for three years a student in the UniVermont. He lived in Des Moines, Iowa, until 1878 in Colorado Springs, from 1878 to 1881 in Vermont, from 1881 to 1887 in Chicago, from 1887 to 1889. He is business manager of the Realty Dock and Improvement Corporation, of San Francisco, California, where he now resides, 1914. He is
;

a Congregationalist.

CHILDREN.
1.

2.

Cecil Stewart, born June Helen, born November 27,

26, 1894.

1895.

1. 2. 4. 5. 4. 3. 4. 7. Farnham Parmelee Huntington, born July 4,


Vt.; mai-ried, in 1858, in

1825, in Greensboro,

Champlain, N. Y., Frances Mary, daughter of Cyrus

and Sarah (Bowron) Savage. She was born October 29, 1831, in Champlain, N. Y. Mr. Huntington was a civil engineer, and lived in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. He moved to Champlain, N. Y., in 1861, and to Huntington, West Virginia, in 1874, where he died August 17, 1906. His wife died September 21, 1908, in the same town. He was a Congregationalist, and served as Deacon of the Church in Champlain, N. Y., for three years, until his removal to Huntington, West
Virginia.

CHILDREN.
1.

2.

3.

Nellie Mika, born December 8, 1859, in Cedar Rapids, Iowa; lives in Huntington, West Va. Charles Parmelee, born November 27, 1861. Cyrus Savage, born in 1865; died in 1866, in Champlain, N. Y.

1.2.4. 5.4. 3.4. 7.2.


Charles Parmelee HuNTiN<iT(N, born November
Rapids, Iowa; married in July, 1888,
ton,
in

28, 1861, in

Cedar

Minneapolis, Minn., Edith Penning-

daughter of Fred and Margaret (Pennington) Seal.


15, 1871, in Hastings,
is

She was born

August

He
and

a clerk,

Minn. and has lived in Champlain, N.


in

Y.,

and Minneapolis, Minn.,

since

August 1886,

Huntington, West Virginia.

CHILDHEN.
1.

2. 3.

4.
5.

Marion Louise, born March 5, 1890, in Minneapolis, Ethel Seal, born August 9, 1892. Margaret Frances, born October 4, 1895. Helen Savage, born June 24, 1898.
Frances Edith, born November
first

Minn.

26, 1908.

All but the

of these children were born in Huntington,

West

A^irginia.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

187

1. 2. 4. 5. 4. 5.

John Huntington,
in 1840.

born October

8,

1763, in Norwich, Conn.; married

Olive Clark, and was a merchant in Middlebury, Yt.

He

died in Shaftsbury,

CHILDREN.
1. 2.

Olive, man-ied a Wadsworth,

o Middlebury, Vt.

3.

Amy, died young. Laura, married William H. Bottom, and


Canada.

lived in Oxford,

Upper

4.

Fanny, born August

29, 1793.

1.2.4.5.4.5.4.
Fanny (Huntington) Barton,
September
1,

born August 29, 1793, married, Febru22, 1831,

ary 13, 1814, Gardner Barton, a lawyer of Shaftsbury, Vt.,


1791.

She died March


in Shaftsbury Vt.

who was born and her husband, January 7,

1847, both of

them

children.
1. 2.

Jane Eliza, born October 22, 1814, and died Januaiy 18, 1853. Edwin Huntington, born August 1, 1816; and was a merchant in

New York
3.

City.
14, 1818,

Lorenzo Milton, born June

and was with

his brother

4.
5.

6.

Edwin in business. An infant Son, born and died, February 14, 1821. An infant Son, born and died, February 22, 1822. Caroline Amy, born February 7, 1823, and died August
the same year.

23 of

7.

8. 9.

An infant Son, born and died, September 10, 1825. Fanny. Mary Ann, born July 8, 1827, and died December 28
year.

of the

same

10.
11.

Mary

Gardner

Angeline, born October born March 22, 1831.

7,

1828.

1. 2. 4. 5. 4. 6.

Henry Huntington,
ried twice;
first,

born September

23, 1765, in

Norwich, Conn.; mar-

Chloe Stanley, and second, widow Peggj' Brown.


19, 1846.

He was

farmer in Shaftsbury, where he died, August

188

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
CHILDREN.
1.

2.

3.

Eunice, born June, 1792, and died December 8, 1797. Chloe, born April 12, 1794. Ruth, born June, 1796, and died, single, in Shaftsbury, October
1838.

1,

4.
5.

6.

Julia, born October 17, 1800, and lived in Shaftsbury. Mary, born June, 1802, married, February, 1823, Asa H. Whipple, of Shaftsbury, where they lived. She died October 12, 1839, leaving one daughter. Emily, born April 6, 1806, married, October 1831, Charles Spencer, She died, March 8, 1853, leaving three Jr., of Shaftsbury.
children.

1.2. 4. 5. 4. 6. 2.
Chloe (Huntington) Douglass, born
uary, 1814, George
1832.

April 12, 1794; married, Jan-

Douglass, of Shaftsbury, Vt.,

who

died

September

6,

Ten

of her grandchildren

were living

in 1860.

children.
1. 2.

Henry H. Norman R.
Thomas, born October
York City
in 1860.
13,

3.

1819

was a hardware merchant

in

New

4.
5.

Chloe

L.

6.
7.

Margaret George S.

A.
14,

Charles, born May York City in 1860.

1829

was a hardware merchant

in

New

No

records obtained since 1863.

1. 2.
1767, Peace Clark.

4.5. 8.

Amos Huntington, born September 4, 1739. He married February 4, He went to Shaftsbury, Vt., where he became a man of
in

some distinction
Shaftsbury

civil

and

military

life.

Captain
29, 17 77,

Amos Huntington,
by Major (ieneral
Fort Ticonderoga

Company

in

Colonel M(jses Rul)inson's regiment, \'ermont Militia

Infantry, called into continental service on

June

Arthur

St. Clair, for

the defence of Fort Ticonderoga during the northern in-

vasion of Lieut.-(4en. John Burgoyne's army.


until its evacuation,

Served

at

July

<!,

17 77, and during

the retreat in the desperate

7, 177 7, in which [he was] made prisoner by the Brunswick Germans inider Major General Friederich Adolphus, Baron de Riedesel, who commanded the British wing was taken to Quebec and con-

battle of Hvibbardton, July

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
fined on a prison ship until October 24, 1777,

189
to Lieut.-General

and then sent

Sir

Henry

Clinton, commaudinfi;

British araiy in

New York

Citv,

and by

arrangement, placed on parole as prisoner of war, in exchange for Captain

William Farquhar, H. B.

'M.

20 Regiment Foot,

the Convention of Saratoga, October 17, 1777.

who had been captured at Captain Amos Huntington

was not exchanged and released from his parole as a prisoner oC war until March, 1782, his continental service having thus embraced a period of four years and about ten months. He siibsecjuently devoted himself to the peaceful pui'suits of husbandry, and enjoyed the confidence, and shared in the honors awarded by his fellow citizens. He was emphatically a jieace maker. He
died in Shaftsbury, July
2,

1822, a

member

of the Baptist church.

CHILDREN, BORN IN SHAFTSBURY, VT.


* * *
1.

Amos, born August


Lydia, born

21, 1768.

2.

3.

May 16, 1770. Matthew, born May 27, 17 72.


Elias, born October
31, 17 74.

* *

4.
5.
6.

7.

Daniel, born November 8, 1776. Asa, born January 1, 1780, and died in 1788. Peace, born June 23, 1782, and died Ajn-il 19,

1785.

1.2. 4.5.8.
Amos Huntington,
Pamelia Hurd, March
town, and a
9,

1.
in Shaftsbury, Vt.; married,

born August 21, 1768;

1794.

member

of the

He was many years a magistrate Baptist church. He died September


CHILDREN.

in his native 24, 1848.

This family were


1.

all

born

in Shaftsbury.

Peace, born July

17,

1795; married, Nathan Huntington Bottom,


(1. 2. 4. 5. 4. 7.)

a son of Elizabeth

and Simon Bottom.


4,

He was

judge of the county court, and died August

1855, leaving his

widow and
2.

four children in Shaftsbury.

Mrs. Bottom died Feb-

ruary 22, 1864.

Amos Clark,
in 1816,

born August 28, 1796. He entered Union College and sustained a high character for scholarship, but died after a two days' illness of inflammation of the bowels, Feb2,

ruary
3.

1820.
13,

Myron, born September


but died early in
life

1798.

He

was a

successful farmer,

from typhus fever, August 20, 1825.

Nathan, born March

5.

21, 1800, and resided in Rochester, N. Y., where he was a successful member of the bar of the Supreme Court of the state of New York. Died September 15, 1882. Harlow, born September 26, 1801.

190
6.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

Pamela, born June


parents."

26, 1804.

" a pattern of female worth,

She

died, single,

She was a most excellent woman, and of filial devotion to her aged in Rochester, N. Y., March 1, 1845.

* *

7.

8.
9.

Geokge, born October 7, 1806. Elon, born September 3, 1808. Calvin, born October 14, 1810. He was successfully engaged in mercantile life. Spent the summer of 1856 in Europe, and was
located in
in

New

Orleans, La. (1860.)

He

founded scholarships

both Vassar College and the University of Rochester, N. Y.,


1,

and died November

1896.

1.2.4.5.8.1.5
Harlow Huntington, born September
born at Pittstown, N. Y.,
26,

1801, in Shaftsbury, Vt.;

married, June 12, 1826, Margaret Ford, daughter of Timothy Hyde,

who was

May

21, 1804.

They

resided in Shaftsbury, where he

was a tlirifty farmer and wool growei-. He was elected deacon of the Baptist church of Shaftsbury, in November, 1836. Died, May 12, 1864 his wife died
;

March
*

24, 1888.

CHILDREN, BORN IN SHAFTSBURY, VT.


1.

2.

Myron, born March 20, 1827. Jenett p., born March 11, 1833, and
ber 24, 1839.

died in Shaftsbury, Septem-

3.

Harriet Ellen,
1.

born August 30, 1838.

2. 4. 5. 8. 1. 5. 1.

Myron Huntington, born March 20, 1827, in Shaftsbury, Vt.; married, March 6, 1850, Mary L. Cross, grand-daughter of General Samuel Cross. He owned and improved the old homestead of his grandfather, Amos.
children.
* 9
*
3. 4. 5.
6.

Franklin Amos, born December 5, 1850. Charles Hyde, born December 17, 1853. William Galusha, born December 5, 1856.

*
* *

Helen Jane, born June 23, 1859. Henry Cross, born May 11, 1861. Harlow Myron, born September 8,

1864.

1. 2. 4. 5. 8. 1. 5. 1. 2.

Charles Hyde Huntington, born


Vt.; married,

Feliruary 17, 1853, in Shaftsbury,

January 1, 1878, in Bennington, Vt., Lydia, daughter of Elijah and Polly (McDonald) Squires. She was born in Shaftsbury, Vt., June 2, 1856. He is a farmer, and moved from Vermont to Illinois in February, 1869; to Shaftsbury, Vt., in December, 1871 to Fort Scott, Kansas, in 1879;
;

to Boise, Idaho,

where they lived

in 1910.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGT.
CHILDREN.
1.

191

Mary

2.

Louise, born July 13, 1879, at Fort Scott, Kan., and died Barber county, Kan. Stella, born January 27, 1881, in Hiattville, Kan., and died in
in October, 1884, in

October, 1887, in Lockport, Kan.


3.

Alice May, born October

3,

1884, in Sharon, Kan.

4.
5. 6.

Charles Hyde, born July 26, 1888. Frank Myron, born July 3, 1890, in Boise, Idaho. DoLLiE JEimiE, born April 27, 1894, in Boise, Idaho.

1.2.4.5.8. 1.5. 1.2.4.


CiiARLKS

Hyde Huntington,

born July

26, 1888, in Lockport, Kan.;

married, July 28, 1909, in Baker City, Oregon, Eunice Rosa, daughter of

James Sylvester and Louisa (Crabtree) Backus.


in to

She was born June 4, 1892, Douglas Co., Oregon. He is a teamster, and moved, in 1890, from Kansas Boise, Idaho, where he now lives.
CHILD.
1.

Rosa Maude, born August

2,

1910, in Boise, Idaho.

1. 2. 4. 5. 8. 1. 5. 1. 3.

William Galusha Huntington,


bury, Vt.; married January
ter of
111.

born December
111.,

5,

1856, in ShaftsDelilah, daugh-

1,

1881, in Belvidere,

Emma

Horace Phelps and Sally (Lawson) Barney. She was born in Palatine, He is a farmer, and moved from Shaftsbury, Vt., to Belvidere, 111., in

1869, to Fort Scott, Kan., in 1879, to Pijjestone, Minn., in 1886, to Liberty,

Neb., in 1896, where he

now

lives.

They

are Baptists.

CHILDREN.
1.

May

L.,

born February

1,

1882, in Hiattville, Kan.; married

Decem-

ber 28, 1904, in Liberty, Neb.,

Guy

William, son of William A. and Martha

Ann (Custer) Stahl. He was born in Washington, Iowa, October 30, 1881. He is a farmer. They live in Liberty, Neb. * 2. Florence Helen, born July 28, 1884. 3. Merle William, born February 24, 1894, in Pipestone, Minn. 4. Chester Lawrence, born May 14, 1895, in Pipestone, Minn.

1.2.4.5.
ried,

8. 1. 5. 1. 3. 2.

28, 1884; marJanuary 1, 1913, Fred Geer, son of Edgar E. and Georgia Ann (Geer) Harden. They reside in Billings, Mont.

Florence IIklen (Huntington) Harden, born July

CHILD.
1.

Jessie Huntington, born October

18, 1913.

192

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

1. 2. 4. 5. 8. 1.

5. 1.4.

Helen Jane (Huntington) Goodwin, born June 23, 1859, in Shafts111., May 15, 1890, John Walter, son of Joseph and Frances (Coultrip) Goodwin. He was born in the Isle of Sheppy,
bury, Vt.; married, in Belvidere,
bricklayer,

County Kent, England, November 19, 184 7. Mr. Goodwin was a mason and and moved from P]ast Church, England, to America in June, 1870.

He
111.

died in Belvidere,

111.,

July 18, 1910.

Mrs. Goodwin

lives in Belvidere,

He

was, and she

is,

an Episcopalian.

CHILDKEN.
1.

2.

Walter Huntingtun, born February 23, 1891, in Belvidere, Helen Huntington, born June 25, 1896, in Belvidere, 111.

111.

1.2.4.5.8. 1.5. 1.5.


Henry Cross Huntington,
married,

born

May

11,

1861, in Shaftsbury, Vt.;

November 9, 1887, in Belvidere, 111., Anna Eliza, daughter of Hezekiah and Calista Mary (Stockwell) Hull. She was born April 18, 1862, in
Belvidere,
111.

He

is

a farmer, and lived in Pipestone, Minn., in 1886, and in


111.,

1887 moved to Belvidere,

where they now

live.

They
ill.

are Baptists.

children, born in belvidere,


*
1.

Laura Ethel,

born April

2,

1889.

2. 3.

LiDA May, born January 22, Eaul Hull, born September

1894.
23, 1897.

1.2.4. 5. 8.
Laura Ethel (Huntington)
dere,
111.;

1. 5. 1. 5. 1.
Silvius, born April
111..

2,

1889, in Belvi-

married, June 24, 1909, in Belvidere,


Carrie (Uting) Silvius.
lived there.

Charles Augustus, son of


22, 1884, in

Wells

Lyman and
111.,

Belvidere,

and has always

He was born October He is a carpenter.

CHILD.
1.

Verna Ethel,

born October

5,

1910, in Belvidere,

111.

1.2. 4. 5. 8. 1.5.
Harlow
^NIyron

1. 6.

Huntington, born September 8, 1864, in Shaftsbury, Vt.; married, December 26, 1888, in Belvidere, 111., Clara Imogene, daughter of Hezekiah and Calista Mary (Stockwell) HuU. She was born December 18,
1863.
111.,

He

is

a farmer, and moved, in 1869, from Shaftsbury, Vt., to Belvidere,


live.

where they now

They

are Baptists.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
CHILDREN.
1.

193

2.

Neva

FiiED Roy, born September 24, 1889, in Belvidere, 111. Calista, born June 18, 1891, in Belvidere, 111.

1.

2.4. 5. 8. 1. 5. 3.
30, 1838, in

Hakriet Ellen (Huntington) Bottum, born August


Sliaftsbury, Vt.; married, October 8, 185G, in Shaftsbury,
of

Horace Barlow, son

bury.

Lemuel and Abia (Andrus) Bottum. He was born July 3, 1826, in ShaftsMr. Bottum was a merchant, and a member of the General Assembly of Vermont in 1874. He was a Baptist, and clerk and treasurer of that Church. Mr. Bottum died April 21, 1905, and his wife November 24, 1891, in
Shaftsbury, Vt.

children.
1.

Harlow Alfred,
Alice

born July 30, 1857; married, October

15,

1879,

May

Barton.

They

live in

South Shaftsbury, Vt.

2.

Calvin

H., born January 27, 1862; lives in South Shaftsbury, Vt.

3.

Horace Burt,
Mary Grace
Neb.

born March

16,

1867; married, October 19, 1887,

(1. 2. 4. 5. 8. 4. 2. 3. 2.)

They

live

in Benedict,

4.

Ralph Hyde,

born March

6,

1873; married, September 14, 1899,


live in

Amy

B. Harrington.

They

South Shaftsbury, Vt.

1. 2. 4. 5. 8. 1. 7.

George Huntington,
(1.2.4.5.3.).

born October
15, 1809,
5,

7,

1806; married,

March
1864.

8,

1832,

Abigail, daughter of Gov. Jonas Galusha, of Vt., son of Jacob' and Lydia

She was born April

and died April

1,

He was

appointed deacon in 1854, and died June

1896, in Rochester, N. Y.

children, all born in SitAFTSBURY, VT.


1.

Amelia Charline,
months
at

born March

16,

1834.

She spent eighteen

Mt. Holyoke College. She was a member of the second Baptist Church, and resided in Rochester, N. Y., where she died

August
*
2.

19, 1915.

George Clark, born December

20, 1836.

*3. * 4.
5.

Ward,

born October 20, 1838.

Julia Ann, born July 9, 1843. Jonas G., born November 23, 1846; died August
Shaftsbury, Vt.

20, 1848,

in

6.

Jeannette p., born June 19, '1849. Calvin Galusha, born August 22,
man.
is

1851.

He

is

a retired business
10, 1866.

He removed

to Rochester,

N.

Y.,

March

He

member

of the Baptist Church, at

Prudential Committee.
13

He

lives

one time a member of the in Rochester, N. Y.

194

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

1.2.4.5.8.
George Clark HuNTiNciTOX,
Vt.;

1. 7. 2.
in

born December 20, 1836,

Shaftsbury,

She died April 13. lOOti. He owned a store in Downieville, Cal. He served through the Civil War, fighting Indians in California. He died June 6, 1905.
CHILD.
1.

man-ied Meta Roberts, September 5,1871.

DiSA Roberts, born May

19, 1873; resides in Brooklyn,

N. Y.

1.2.4.5.
Ward
He worked
list

8. 1. 7. 3.
20, 1838, in Shaftsbury, Vt.;

Huntington, born October


June
26, 1872, in

married

Tillie Briggs,

Peekskill, N. Y.

for his brother in Downieville, Calif.

She died March 9, 1884. He was the first man to en-

from that town, and served through the Civil W'ar.

He

died at Fort

Scott, Kan.,

December

2,

1912.
N. Y.

CHILDREN, BORN IN ROCHESTER,


1.

George Brkhis, born December 22,1873;


quoit,

married, in Ironde-

N.

Y., July 16, 1901, Belle,

daughter of Moses Hills and


a graduate of the University

Mary Jane (Page)

Gilbert.

He

is

of Rochester in the Class of '96,

and the Theological Seminary in 1901. He is a clergyman, but not ordained. He was Registrar in the University for two years. Is now Recording and Assistant Secretary of the American Baptist Foreign Mission Society, in Boston, and has resided in WoUaston, ^lass., since
1903.

2.

May, born

]May 30, 1881.

She

is

a fine musician,

and

resides in

Fort Scott, Kan.


3.

Ward

Galusha, born May

30, 1881; married.

May
Hill

13. 1911, in

and Salome (Rust) ^loore, of Richards, ]\Io. She was born August 4, 1885, in Pottawattanie Co., Iowa. Mr. Huntington is a baker. He served in the regular army, from July 13, 1905, to November 13, 1905, and moved from Rochester, N. Y., to Fort Scott, Kan., where he now lives. The}' are Baptists.
Fort Scott, Kan., Jannie, daughter of

Sam

1.2.4.5.

8. 1.

7.4.

Julia Ann (Huntington) Dewey, born July 9, 1843, in Shaftsbury, Vt.; married, October 19, 1870, Keuben T. Dewey, of St. Albans, Vt. She was a member of the Baj)tist Church, ^^'hen cjuite young she fitted herself to teach the ornamental branches of education. Mr. Dewe}' now resides in Mrs. Dewey died August 29, 1882. Fairfax, Vt.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
CHILDREN.
*
1.

195

2.

3.

4.

January 24, 1874. Charline, born January 10, 1876; died January 17, 1877. RuSHA Ardell, born January 22, 1878 died August 7, 1904. Julia Huntington, born August 20, 1882 now living in
A., born
;
;

Gertrude

St.

Albans, Vt.

1.2.4. 5. 8.
Gertrude
Ajsril 4, 1900,

1.

7.4.

1.
24,

A.

(Dkwey) Doughty, born January


They

1874; married,

Edgar Millard Doughty.

reside in Brooklyn, N. Y.

children, born in BROOKLYN,


1.

N. Y.

Egbert Woodin,

born January

21, 1901.

2.

3.

4.

Julia Huntington, born February 7, John Van Vlock, born July 27, 1909. Henry Millard, born April 28, 1911.

1903.

1. 2. 4. 5. 8. 1. 7. 6.

Jeannette
Mrs.

p.

(Huntington) Wake, born June


F.

19, 1849, in Shafts-

bury, Vt.; married

Eugene
Mr.

Ware,

of Fort Scott, Kan.,

October

22, 1874.

Ware was one

of the earliest graduates of Vassar College, graduating in

the Class of 1872.


brilliant

Ware was

U.

S.

Pension Commissioner, and was a

lawyer and author.


1,

He

wrote the book of poems entitled "Ironquill."

Hedied July
*

1911.

CHILDREN.
1.

Abby Huntington,

born January
9,

4, 1876.

2.

Jennie, born December

1877; died January 10, 1878.

*3.
*
4. 5.

Eugene Huntington, born October 2, 1879. Jeannette Huntington, born October 26, 1884. Amelia Huntington, born January 31, 1888. She
of

is

a graduate
19,

Vassar College; married Justus Nathan Baird, October

1911.

1. 2.

4.5. 8.

1. 7. 6. 1.
4,

Abby Huntington (Ware)

Nies, born January

1876;

married

Frederick Harold Nies, d.d.s., of Brooklyn, N. Y., June 20, 1906. side in Brooklyn, N. Y.

They

re-

CHILD.
1.

Frederick James, born June

22, 1910, in

Brooklyn, N. Y.

196
1.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

2.4. 5. 8. 1. 7. 6. 3.

Eu(;ene Huntington Wake, born October


Kan.;
1904.

2, 187'J, in Kansas City, married Mary Jeannette Spencer, of Lawrence, Kan., December 28,

CHILDREN.
1.

2.

3.

Jeannette, born November 20, 1905. Eugene Huntington, born April 2, 1907. Mary Matilda, born November 25. 1909.
1.

2.4. 5. 8.

1. 7. 6. 4.
26,

Jeannette Huntington (Ware), Nelson, born October


She
is

1884.

a graduate of Vassar College,

and married Samuel

Ral])li

Nelson, June

19, 1907.

child.
1.

Spencer Wake, born November

5,

1911.

1. 2. 4. 5. 8. 1. 8.

Elon HuNTiNciToN,
ried,

born September

3,

1808, in Shaftsbury, Vt.; mar-

October

17, 1835, in

Shaftsbury. Vt., Anjenette, daughter of Peleg and


9,

He had 1814, in Shaftsbury, Vt. and had lived in Shaftsbury, Vt., in New Orleans, La.. New York, N. Y., and Rochester, N. Y., where he died September 20, 1899. His wife died March 14, 1883, in Mandarin, Fla. He was a Ba])tist, and was trustee of tlie University of Rochester for fifty years
Olive (Mix) Cole.

She was born A\ni\

engaged

in various business enterjjrises,

uj) to

the time of his death.

CHILDREN, BOKN IN ROCHESTER,


1.

N. Y.

Alcesta Flora, born October


N. Y.

27,

1837; lives in

Irondequoit,

2.

* 3.
4.

Albert, born October 25, 1839. Susan Pamelia, born August 18, 1841. Frank, born July 14, 1848; married in New York
1898, Mrs. Melissa Gibl)S.

City, in July,
editor.

He

is

an author, and

He

graduated from the University of Rochester


Editorial assistant,

in 1868.

He was

Bureau

of Ethnology,

1902-03, Bureau of

Census, 1904-06, Department of Agriculture, 1907.


lived in Rochester, N. Y., 1868-69, Europe, 1869-72,

He luis New York


His
in

and
5.

vicinity,
in

1872-1901;

in

Washington, D. C, since 1902.


18, 1909.

wife died

New

York, November
19,

Kate, born April

1850; married,

September

10,

1873,

Rochester, N. Y., James


College in 1910.

Monroe Taylor, d.d., ll. d. Dr. Taylor was president and Chairman of the Faculty of Vassar

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
6.

197

Carrie, born August 18, 1852; married, October 22, 1873, in Rochester, N. Y., John Colgate Jessup. They live in Flatbush,
Brooklyn, N. Y.

7.

Willie, born June


N. Y.

18, 1854,

and died July

19, 1856, in Rochester,

1. 2. 4. 5. 8. 1. 8. 2.
Albp:rt Huntington, born October 25, 1839, in Rochester, N. Y.; mar18G8,in Rochester, X. Y.,Mary Bell. She was born in London, England, in 1848. He was a speculator and orange grower. He moved from Rochester, IST. Y., to Mandarin, Fla., about 1868; later to Jacksonville; to Brooklyn, N. Y., about 1899, and to Plainfield, X. J., in 1902, where he died, October 13, 1909. His wife died March 17, 1911, in Brooklyn, N. Y. He served in the Civil War as 1st Lieutenant in the 8th X. Y. Cavalr}'. He enlisted September 6, 1862, and was discharged December 8, 1864.

ried, Aj)ril 21,

children.
1.

Gra(;e, born March


ville,

9,

1809, at Point Pleasant, Mandarin, Fla.;

married, April 25, 1889, Ambrose


Fla.

Broham Warde,

in

Jackson-

They

live in

London, Eng.
9,

2.

Xathan Calvin,

born October

1870, at Point Pleasant, ]\Ian-

darin. Fla.; died July, 1896, in Denison, Texas.


3.

Blanch, born January


married, August
22,

5,

1875, at Point Pleasant,

19n3, at

Xetherwood,
live in

Albert Joseph Turner.


4.

They

Mandarin Fla.; X. J., Elizabeth, X. J.


Plainfield,

J^lon Calvin, born October


Fla.;

17, 1878, at
19l;5,

Point Pleasant, Mandarin,

married, June

10.

in

Brooklyn, X. Y., Florence

Chittenden, daughter of ^Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mott Turner.


is

He

a graduate of the Bethel Military

Academy, Warrenton, Va.,

5.

is now a traveling representative of automobile accessories. They live in Brooklyn, X. Y. Kate, born February 6, 1888, in Jacksonville. Fla. She lives in Ban don, Oregon.

and

1.2.4. 5. 8.
Rochester, X. Y.; married,
B., son of

1. 8. 3.

Susan Pamelia (Huntington) Hooker, born August 18, 1841, in Xovember 14, 1861, in Rochester, N. Y., Horace

Horace and Helen (Wolcott) Hooker. He was born December 7, was a nurseryman, an engineer and contractor. He lived in Marietta, Ohio, about six months, in 1865, after the Civil War. During the war, Mr. Hooker was 1st Lieutenant, acting Ca2)tain and Major in the 1st and 8th X. Y. Cavalry, and 2d Engineer Regiment of the West Wisconsin Volun1837, and
teers.

198

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY,

He

enlisted

November
field, to

7,

1862, and

was discharged November

12, 1864.

He

helped raise a company for the 8th N. Y. Cavalry, but resigned before
accept a commission in the Engineer Regiment of the
in Rochester,

they went to the

West.

He

died at his

home

N. Y., August

25, 1914.

CHILDREN, BORN IX ROCHESTER,


*
1.

N. Y.

2.

Albert Huntington, born November 25, 1865. Frances Margaret Huntington, born June
finished

10, 1868. She and published the Hooker Genealogy, that Commander
for.

3.

Edward Hooker for many years gathered data Elon Huntington, born November 23, 1869.

4.
5.

Harry

Mix, born July


4,

18, 1872.

Paul, born February

1875; married, December 26, 1913, Grace

Kendall, daughter of Dr. Charles


*
6.
7.

W. and
2,

Julia (Chapin) Wilbor.

Horace Willard,

born November

1876.

8.

Jeanette Huntington, born December 24, 1881. Thomas, born May 4, 1883; died September 12, 1884,
N. Y.

in Rochester,

1. 2.
N.

4.5. 8.

1.

8.3.

1.

Albert Huntington Hooker,


Y.; married,

born November 25, 1865, in Rochester,

June

30, 1891,

lena (Hanson) Jones.

Ambolena, daughter of Kiler Kent and AmboShe was born August 24, 1869.

CHILDREN.
1.

2. 3.

4.
5.

Ambolena Jones, born August 17, 1893. Albert Huntington, born April 6, 1895. Roger Wolcott, born March 30, 1897. Emily Louise, born June 15, 1899. Margaret, born May 27, 1901.
1. 2. 4. 5. 8. 1. 8. 3. 3.

Elon Huntington Hooker,

born November 23, 1869,

in Rochester,

N. Y.; married, January 25, 1901, Blanche, daughter of Dexter Mason and Addie (Miller) Ferry, of Detroit, Mich. Slie is a graduate of Vassar CollegeHe received his early education in the public schools of Rochester, and continued his technical training in the night schools of the Mechanics Institute. He then went to the University of Rochester, from which he graduated in 1891. Later he studied at Cornell University, where he obtained the degree of PH.D., and gained a travelling fellowship which allowed him to go abroad and continue his studies in hydraulics at the Zurich Polytechnicurn and the

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
Ecole des Fonts et Chaussees, Paris.

199

to this country he spent sevand was one of a commission of contracting engineers who insDected the Panama and Nicaragua Canal routes in 1898. He was appointed by Governor Roosevelt deputy superintendent of public works in the State of New York, and was engaged, among other duties,

Returning

eral years in engineering

work

in the fiekl,

in the investigation of the expenditure of nine million dollars in the improve-

ment

of the Erie

Canal system.

In IflOl
in

he resigned to engage in timber,

mining and railroad enterprises


organized and became

the

Southwest.

Two

years later he

Development and Funding Company, building and operating engineering and industrial enterprises. Afterward he with others formed the Hooker Electrochemical Company, a concern which has a large manufacturing plant at Niagara Falls, produces caustic soda and chloride of lime, and has proved a great success. In the presidential campaign of 1912 he was treasurer of the National
president of the

Progressive party.

He

lives in

Greenwich, Conn.

CHILDREN.
1.

Barbara

Feki!y, born November

23, 1901.

2. 3.

4.

Adelaide Ferry, born June 10, 1903. Helen Huntington, born January 1, 1905. Blanche Ferry, born October 2, 1909.

1.2. 4. 5. 8. 1. 8. 3.6.
N.
Y.; married.

Horace Willard Hooker, born November May 31, 1906, Ruth, daughter of the
Ward,
of Rochester,

2.

1876,

at

Rochester,

Rev. George

Kemp and

Caroline Editha (Pierpont)

N. Y.

children.
1. 2.

3. 4.

Horace Willard, born March 5, 1907. Kenneth Ward, born October 26, 1908. Ruth AVard, born October 21, 1911.
Jeanette Huntington, born June
21, 1913.

1.2. 4.5.8.

1.

8.3.7.

Jeanette Huntington (Hooker) Trimble, born December 24,1881, in Rochester, N. Y.; married January 25, 1911, Edward Maurice, son of Edward Riggs and Mary (Callender) Trimble, of Rochester, N. Y. His wife is a Mr. Trimble is a member of the E. M. Trimble Company. graduate of Vassar College. They live in Rochester, N. Y.
CHILDREN.
1.

Thomas Hooker,

born October 20, 1911.


April 13, 1914.

2.

SusANNE Huntington, born

200

HUNTlN(5}TON GENEALOGY.

1. 2. 4. 5. 8. 2.

married, June 17, 1790, Russel Loomis,

Lydia (Huntington) Loomis, born May 16, 17 70, in Shaftsbury, Vt.; who was born in Litchfield, Conn.,
3,

August 30, 1764. She died April There were eleven grand-children.

1835, and he died February 22, 1842.

CHILDREN, ALL BORN IN SHAFTSBURY, VT.


1.

Lydia, born March

18, 1791

married, in 1809,

Truman Galusha,

grandson of Lydia,
2.

(1. 2. 4. 5. 3.)
;

and lived

in Jericho, Yt.

3.

4.

5.

Asa, born November 3, 1793 married October 16, 1816, Clarissa, daughter of Gen. Samuel Cross, and lived in Shaftsbury, Vt. Julia, born October 23, 1796, and died in 1816. Daniel, born October 29, 1798; married, 1822, Eliza Beach, and lived in Bennington, Yt., where he died in 1833. married INlary W., daughter of Russel, born August 3, 1801
;

6.
7.

Stephen Avery, and lived in Saratoga, N. Y. Warren, born July 9, 1806. Alfred, born October 14, 1810.

1. 2. 4. 5. 8. 3.

Matthew Huntington,
ried,

born

May

27, 1772, in Shaftsbury, Yt.; mai--

May

12, 1793,

Mary

Catlin,

and resided

in

Rome, N.

Y.,

where he died,

January

11, 1857.

He was

a farmer.

children.
*
1.

2.

Asa Clark, born May 22, 1794. Mary, born March 5, 1798; married, July
man.
1826.

They

lived in

Rome, N.

Y.,

18, 1822, George Stedwhere she died September 2,

3.

Sarah, born October


month.

24, 1799,

and died on the 26th

of the

same same

4.

Matthew,
month.

born July
L.,

1,

1801, and died on the 10th of the

*
*

5.

Matthew
Amanda,

born

May

25, 1803.

6.
7.

James, born March

25, 1805.
10, 1827,

born May 31, 1807; married, November Burrows, of Rome, and continued to reside there
1809; married,
8,

David

until

her death,

8.

September 13, 1839. Lydia, born November


G. Wright.

5,

May

10, 1827,

Thomas

She died February

1834.
.

'

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

201

1.2. 4.5.8.3.
Asa Clark Huntington, born May
ried

1.
mar-

22, 1794, in Sbaftsbury, Vt.;

November

15, 1815, in Shaftsbury,

Laura, daughter of Ebenezer and


21, 1793, in Shaftsbury, Vt.

Sarah (Buck) Clark.

She was born November

He was

a farmer, and lived in Shaftsbury, moved to Manlius, N. Y., in 1815


;
;

to Floyd,

N. Y., in 1816 to Westernville, N. Y., in 1822 or '23 to Rome, N. Y., 1852, where he died November 9, 1865. His wife died March 24, 1880,

in

Rome, N. Y.

They were

Baptists.

CHILDREN.
1.

Mary, born September


21, 1840,
ville, N. Y. Ansel, born August

24, 1816, in Floyd,

Milton Utley.

N. Y.; married, October She died February 9, 1881, in Western-

2.

9,

1818, in Floyd, N. Y.; married,

14i 1848, Caroline Porter.

He

died April 18, 1890, in

December Rome,

*
*

3.

N. Y. Elon, born April

8,

1820, in Floyd, N. Y. 1822, in Floyd, N. Y.


;

4.
5. 6.

Martha, born February 19, Amanda, born June 24, 1823


Ann, born March
N. Y.
22,

died

March

30, 1902, in

Rome, N. Y.

1825; died
11, 1827.

May

2,

1828, in Westernville,

7.

(tEORGE, born January

Jay, born March 29, 1829. 9. Jane, born April 26, 1831; lives in Rome, N. Y. * 10. Laura, born February 8, 1834. The last five of this family were born in Westernville, N. Y.
8.

1.2.4.5. 8. 3.
Elon Huntington, born
February
1,

1. 3.
first,

April

8,

1820, in Floyd, N. Y.; married,

1843, in Westernville,

N.

Y.,

Mary Morse, daughter of Henry and


9,

Sarah (Morse) Utley.

She was born October

1824, in Westernville, N. Y.,

and died March


(Foote) Morse.

9,

1845, in the same place.

He

married, second, January 22,

N. Y., Lucy Emeline, daughter of William and Amelia She was born October 23, 1820, in Galway, N. Y., and died May 29, 1886, in Troy, N. Y. He was a merchant, in coffees and spices. He died June 12, 1884, in New York City, N. Y. CHILDREN.
1846, in Cranesville,
1.

Mary, born February


William Gushing.

2. 3.

15, 1845, in Westernville, N. Y.; married She died ]May 3, 1882, in Gainesville, Ga. Charles, born January 4, 1847, in Rome, N. Y. Jane, born May 26, 1850, in Troy, N. Y.; died April 7, 1888, in

Troy, N. Y.

202
4.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

Fannie Grace, born April 25, 1863, iu Troy, N. March 8, 1899, in Xew York, X. Y,, Edward West,
Clay and Adeline Frances (West) Johnson.
19, 1867, in Chicago,
oculist,
111.

Y.;

married,

son of

Henry
and an
in

He was

born July

]Mr.

Johnson

is

a physician,

a graduate of the College of Physicians and Surgeons of

New York City, N. Y., 1898. He moved to Keene, 1872, to New York City, in 1894, to Walpole, N. H., in
to

N. H.,

1900, and

N. Y.

City, again, in

1904.

He

resides in Syracuse, N. Y.
in the

His maternal grandmother, was Alma Alden, a descendant


sixth generation from

John and

Priscilla Alden, of

Plymouth,

Mass.

1. 2.

4.5. 8. 3. 1.3.2.

Charles Huntington, born January 4, 1847, in Rome, N. Y.; married, first November 4, 1868, in Troy, N. Y., Henrietta, daughter of David Boyd. She was born in April 1852, in Troy, N. Y., and died March 31, 1886, in Troy, N. Y. He married, second, August 27, 1886, in Mechanicsville, N. Y., Mary She was born Francis, daughter of Abram and Eliza (Vandecar) Lansing.
April 11, 1849, in Troy, N. Y.

He

is

a salesman, and lives in Troy, N. Y.

He

served in the Civil

War

as a private in Co. K,

N. Y. Heavy Artillery, en-

listing

January

26, 1864,

and receiving

his discharge

June

15, 1865.

They

are Baptists.

CHILDREN, BORN IN TROY,


1.

N. Y.

William
in

Stitt, born September

15, 1869,

and died June

25, 1897,

Troy, N. Y.

2.

Lucy Emeline,

born December

7,

1871, and died September 15,

1872, in Troy, N. Y.
3.

4.
5.

Carrie Emeline, born July 8, 1873, and died. Elon Charles, born December 21, 1875. Nancy Jane, born November 13, 1878, and died October
in

5,

1905,

Troy, N. Y.
12, 1881.

6.
7.

Laura Alice, born August Arthur Dav^id, born May


in

20, 1884,

and died February


and died July

5,

1885,

Troy, N. Y.
16, 1886, 23, 1891, iu

8.

Ansel Bolton, born January


Troy, N. Y.

9.

Lester Roy, born December

13, 1887.

1. 2. 4. 5. 8. 3.

1.4.
in

Martha (Huntington) Gregory,


N.
Y.; married,

born February 19, 1822,

Floyd,

August

28, 1856, in

Rome, N.

Y., Silas Belden, son of

Joseph

and Rachel (Bullock) Gregory. Lake, N. Y.

He was

born October 28, 1826, in Sand

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

203

Mr. Gregory was a Baptist clergyman, and a graduate of Madison UniHe died in Sacramento. Calif., May 7, 1880. His wife died May 27, He married a second time, Harriet Barber, by 1871, in Whitesboro, N. Y. whom he had two sons. He was Pastor of the Baptist Church at Little Falls, N. Y., for nine years, and for one year, of the church at Portsmouth, Va. He was then called to the chair of Theological Instruction at Wayland University, Washington, D. C, which he filled with marked ability. He resigned this position to become Pastor of the Baptist Church at Niles, Mich., where he remained three years. He made a tour of Europe to recuperate his health. He served the Home Missionary Society in several capacities, one of which was as President of Leland University in New Orleans.
versity.

CHILDREN.
1.

Emma Huntington,
Clara Louise,

born July

29, 1857,

and died November

13,

1863, in Little Falls, N. Y.


2.

born February

4,

1861, in Little Falls, N. Y.

1.2. 4.5. 8. 3.
George Huntington,
born January
married, June 11, 1867, in Rome, N. Y.,

1. 7.
N.
Y.;

11, 1827, in Westernville,

Nancy Anna, daughter

of

William

W. and
N. Y.

Lorania (Gray) Oliver.

She was born August

27, 1831, in Springfield,

He was

a farmer, lived in Westernville, N. Y., and removed to Rome,

N.

Y., in

March, 1852. and

They

Avere Baptists,

and he was Deacon

of the First

Baptist Church in Rome, N. Y.

He was

appointed at the age of 25.

He

died

June

20, 1892,

his wife July 27, 1871, in

Rome, N. Y.

CHILDREN.
*
1.

Georgiana, born June

13, 1868, in in

2.

Martha,

born June 24, 1871,

Rome, N. Y. Rome, N. Y.

1.2.4.5.8.
N.
Y.; married,

3. 1. 7. 1.
13, 1868, in

Georgiana (Huntington) Hibbakd, born June


June
28, 1893, in

Rome, N.

Y.,

George Leonard, son

of

Rome, John

bridge, Mass.

Fenton and Anna (Gage) Hibbard. He was born Ajjril 28, 1865, in SouthAir. Hibbard is a Baptist minister, a graduate of Colgate University in 1890,

and

of its Theological

Seminary

in 1893.

He was

Pastor at

Fiskdale, Mass., from 1893 to 1897. then went to Grafton, Mass., Avhere they

now

reside.

CHILD.
1.

Harvey Leonard,

born September

20, 1898, in Grafton,

Mass.

204

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY,

1.2.4. 5. 8.3.
Jay Huntington,
August
1832, in Soutli East.
27, 1856, in Brookshire.

1. 8.

born March 29, 1829, in Westernville, X.Y.; married,

N.

Y.. Caroline Scott.

She was born

May

22,

Putnam

Co.. N. Y.

He was

a Baptist clergyman, and

preached
ton,

at

N.

Y., 1861,

North Bennington, N. Seneca Falls, N.

Y., in the late 50's, then, successively, at

Can-

Y.. 1863, Sardinia, N". Y., 1866, Bucyrus, O.,

1868, Niles, Mich., 1871 to 1878, Grass Lake, Mich., 1878 to 1880, Greenville,

Mich., 1880 to 1882, Howell, Mich., 1882 to 1884, Galion, O., 1885 to 1887,

Milan, Mich., 1887 to 1892, Plymouth, Mich., 1892.

He was
Army,

a graduate of

Colgate University and Theological Seminary.

He

served, during the Civil ^Var, in the Union

in a clerical capasoldier.

city in the enlistment office at Elmira,

N. Y., and was an enlisted

He

died February 23, 1895, in Plymouth, Mich.


in Milan,

His wife died March 17, 1890,

Mich.

CHILDREN.
* *
].

William Smith,

born June 10, 1858, in Xorth Bennington. Vt.


9,

2. 3.

George, born October Grace, born June 7,

1861, in Canton, N. Y.

1863, in

1897, in Detroit, Mich., Ernest

Rome, N. Y.; married, April Darwin Hutton they live


;

22.

at

4.

Royal Oak, Mich. Edward Jay, born November

25, 1869, in

Bucyrus.

().;

died Jan-

uary 11, 1874, in Niles, Mich.

1.2.4. 5. 8. 3.
William Smith HuNTiN(iTON,

1. 8. 1.
10, 1858, in

born June

North Benningwas born March

ton, Vt.; married, ]\Iay 11, 1881, in Niles, Mich., Althea Poole, daughter of

William Lysander and Lydia Florilla (Poole) Taggart.


16, 1860. in Niles, INIich.

Siie

He
Seneca

is

a locomotive engineer, and has lived in

Falls,

N. Y., Sardinia, N. Y., Bucyrus,

1870; to Jackson, Mich., in 1879; to


Miss., in 1908,

where they now

live.

North Bennington, Vt., moved to Niles, Mich., in IJirmingham, Ala., in 1890; to Amory. They are Ba])tists.
O.;

CHILDREN.
1.

Edward

Scott, born July 22, 1882, in Jackson, Mich.; married, August 5, 1903, in Birmingham, Ala., Marie Louise, daughter of John and Janie Theresa (Walter) Lynch. She was born February
2,

1884, in Tuscaloosa. Ala.


is

2.

sales manager of a hardware Imsiness, and Birmingham, Ala. They are Baptists. Gertrude, born October 9. 1,S85, in Jackson, Mich.; lives

He

lives in

in Port-

land, Oregon.
3.

Arthur William,
lives in

born October

18, 1896, in

Birmingham,

Ala.;

Amory, Miss.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
1.

205

2.4.5. 8. 3.
born October
9,

1. 8. 2.
1861, in Canton, N. Y.; married,

George Huntington,

December 2, 188(j, in Saginaw, Midi., Elizabeth Ilotchkiss, daughter of George Lord and Julia Sigourney (Hotchkiss) Burrows. She was born June
17,

1866, in Saginaw, Mich.

He
in

is

a manufacturers' agent.

He was

the

Saginaw, Mich., from 1882 to 1884; was with the D. M. Ferry Co., Detroit, j\Iich., from 1884 to 1890 in the shoe business,
Principal of the
;

High School
to

in Detroit,

1890

1892

photograph (portrait) business, Detroit, 1894

to

1910.

He
in

is

a graduate of

Brown

University, in the Class of 1882, and has lived

Canton, N. Y., Rome, N. Y., Seneca Falls, N. Y., Sardinia, N. Y., Bucyrus, O., Niles, Mich., Kalamazoo, Mich., Providence, R. I., Saginaw, Mich., and in
Detroit, Mich.,

where they now

reside, since 1884.

They

are Baptists.

CHILDREN, BOKN IN DETROIT, MICH.

1.

2.
.3.

George Burrows, born December 26, Alice Grace, born January 27, 1893.

1890.

4.

Edwin Jay, born October 7, 1895. Albert Lord, born June 22, 1900.

1.2. 4.5. 8.3. 1. 10.


Laura (Huntington) Tucker,
ville,

born February

8,

1834, in Western-

August and Aclisah (Tracy) Tucker.


Y.; married,

N.

22, 1860, in

Rome, N.
in

Y., Jii-eh, son of Jireh

He was

born January 30, 1835, and was a


1860, and lived in

clergyman, a graduate of INIadison University,


1871, in Alton,
in Chicago,
Jll.

North

Bennington, Vt., Newton, Mass., and Lebanon, N. H.


III.

He

died April 24,

Mrs. Tucker lives with her daughter, Mrs. Whedon,

children.
1.

Alice May, born November


married June
den.
18, 1907, in

9,

1864, in North Bennington, Yt.:


111.,

Chicago,

Alfred Ebenezer Stan-

2.

They live in Chicago, 111. Carrie Maria, born December 20,


ried

1866, in
111.,

Xewton, Mass.; mar-

August
live in

22, 1909, in Chicago,

Henry Whitman Whedon.


1868, in Newton, Mass.;

They
3.

Chicago,

111.

Alfred Huntington, born October 18, died May 6, 1869, in Newton, Mass.

1.2.4.5.8.3.5.
L. Huntin(;ton, born May 25, 1803, in Rome, N. Y.; marJanuary 25, 1826, in Bennington, Vt., Mary, daughter of John and Mary (Wait) Henry. She was born in Bennington, Vt., and died in Troy, N. Y., He married, second, October 18, 1850, Helen B.
ried, first,
,
, .

Matthew

Livingston,

who

died in Bath, N. Y., in 1899.

206

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

He was
lyn,

a merchant,

and had

lived in Troy, N. Y., 1835 to 1850,


to

N.
6,

Y., 1850 to 1853; then

uary

1859.

He was

moved member of the

Rome, N.

Y.,

Brookwhere he died Jan-

Baptist Church.

CHILDREN, ALL BOKN IN ROME,


* *
1. 2.

N. Y.

Henry Edwards,

born April

1,

1827.

*
*

3.

Charles Raymond, born January 3, 1830. Catherine Mary, born February 26. 1832.

4.
5.

Lynde Catlin, born September Hiram Landon, born January


in

17, 1834. 12, 1838;

died August 26, 1856,

Rome, N. Y.
born July
4,

6.

James Alonzo,
Rome, N. Y.

1841; died January 12, 1842, in

1.2.4.5. 8.2. 3.5.


Henry Edwards Huntington,
born April

1.
1,

married August 10, 184 7, Eliza Colfax, daughter of J. born November 7, 1829, in Pompton, N. J., and died in

He was

a merchant in Chicago,

111.,

and

later in

Rome, N. Y.; She was St. Paul, Minn. Troy, N. Y., and died in
1827, in
S.

Baldwin.

Kalamazoo, Mich., in 1865. They were Baptists.

children.
1.

Mary

E.,

born in Troy, N. Y., Sei)tember


in Troy,

10, 1849.

2.

Kate, born
1853.

June

21,

1852, and died in Troy, August,

3.

Alice, born

in

Troy, December 21, 1853.


28, 1862.

* 4.

Lidie Baldwin, born January

1.

2.

4.5. 8.3. 5. 1.4.

Lidie Baldwin (Huntington) Thiessen, born January 28, 1862, in 111.; married October 8, 1884, in Troy, N. Y., Louis John, son of Martin and Louisa (Toedt) Thiessen. He was born June 22, 1857, in Troy,
Chicago,

N. Y. Mr. Thiessen

is

a seaman.

They

live in

Troy, N. Y.

CHILDREN, HORN IN
1.

Tl!OY, N. V.

Henuy

Louis, born October

15, 1885.

He

is

a graduate of Rensse-

laer Polytechnic Institute,


civil engineer.
2.

and

lives in Pittsburgh, Pa.

He

is

Nina Cynthia,
University.

born June

1,

1888.

She

is

a graduate of Cornell

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
3.

207

Carl Martin,
and
is

born September

12, 1890.

He

is

civil

engineer,

4.

Ruth

Panama, erecting a Government building. Huntin(tTON, born February 25. 181)3. She is a graduate
in

now

of Vassar College, in Poughkeepsie, N. Y., having graduated in

June, 1914.
b.

Louis John, born February

13. 1902.

1. 2. 4.
N.
married September

5. 8. 3. 5. 2.
born January
3,

Charles Raymond Huntington,


Y.;
4,

1830,

in

Rome,

1849, in Troy, N. Y., Julia Maria, daughter

of Charles

Hubbard. She was born November 25, 1830, in Troy, N. Y. He was a commission merchant, and lived in Brooklyn, N. Y. He removed to Chicago, 111., in 1860, where he died March 12, 1886. His wife died March 4,
1891, in the

same

city.

They were

Baptists.

CHILDREN, BORN IN BROOKLYN,


1.

N. Y.

* *

2.

Julia, born June 10, 1851. Eva Calin, born November

13. 1853.

3.

4.

Kate Jacobs, born January 24, Charles Raymond, born July


in Chicago,
111.,

1856.
15, 1857;

married June

19, 1888,

Edith Young, and died December

20, 1891, in

Chicago,

111.

1. 2. 4. 5. 8. 3. 5. 2. 2.

Eva Calin (Huntington) Coon, born November 13,


N.
Y.; married

1852, in Brooklyn,

son of

November 6, 1879, in Chicago, 111., Rev. Reune Runyon, Jr., Rev. Reune Runyon and Emiline (INIcCowen) Coon. He was born
111.; is

July

2,

1848, in Peoria,

a Baj)tist clergyman, a graduate of the Univer-

sity of

Chicago, 1874, and the Baptist Theological Seminary, 187 7.


is

He was

founder and editor of the " Inter-State Baptist" in 1906, and


of the "Baptist

associate editor

Record" (1910).
Island,

They have
111.,

lived in Vernon, Mich., St.


AVis.,

Cloud, Minn., Berlin, Wis., Princeton,


since 1906 in

Oshkosh,

Peru, Neb., and

Grand

Neb.

children.
1.

Raymond Huntington, born June 27, 1883, in St. Cloud, Minn. He received the Rhodes Scholarship from Nebraska, and studied
in Oxford, Eng.,

from 1904

to

1906; married August

4,

1908, in

Kearney, Neb., Mary


2.

Emma

Bryan.
11,

They

live in Liberty,

Mo.

Julius McCowen. born October


lives in Chicago,
111.

1884, in St. Cloud, Minn.;

3.

Jesse Drake, born October


in Chicago,
111.

11,

1884, in St. Cloud, Minn.; lives

208
4.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

Edward Judson,
March

born June

17, 1887, in

.St.

Cloud, Minn.; died

30, 1888, in St. Cloud,

Minn.
1890, in Berlin, Wis.;
lives in

5.

Anna Mary,

born February

17,

South Dakota.

1. 2. 4. 5. 8. 3. 5. 2. 3.

Kate Jacous (Huntington) Ege, born January 24. 1S56, in Brooklyn, X. Y.; married, July 11, 1882. in Chicago, 111.. Charles, son of Andrew Smith and Mary Ann (Marshall) Ege. He. was born November 5, 1849, in Cordova, Mr. Ege is a clergyman, a graduate of the Chicago University. 1877, and 111. They have lived in Chatsworth, 111., Fair Haven, the Divinity School, 1882. Minn., Washington, 111., Aledo, 111., Osceola, 111., and Rock Island, HI., where
they

now

live.

children.
1.

2.

3.

Lucius Hubbard, born March 30, 1883, in Chatsworth, 111.; married, June 2, 1909, in Rock Island. 111., Nettie Elna Wauglin. They live in Rock Island, III. Marshall Livingston, born November 4, 1884, in Fair Haven, Minn.; died January 21, 1894, in Rock Island, 111. Charles Huntington, born October 15, 1886, in Washington, 111.;
died by drowning, February 17, 1895, in Cordova,
111.

4.

Stanley Smith, born August

22, 1889, in Aledo,

111.

1.2.4.5. 8. 3.5. 3.
Catherine Mary (Huntington) Jacobs, born February
Rome, N.
Y.; married
26, 1832, in

September 9, 1852, in Brooklyn, N. Y., Nathaniel Poole, He was born October 31, son of Charles Piatt and Cynthia (Ppole) Jacobs. Mr. Jacobs was one of the most prominent business 1821, in Adams, N. Y. men in Detroit from 1848 to 1862. Later in life he was Consul General of the United States at Calcutta, India. He was a graduate of the Boston Latin He lived in Paterson, School, and was a widower previous to this marriage. N. J., Detroit, Mich., Calcutta, British India, from 1862 to 1872. He died They April 30, 1879, and his wife died February 19, 1899, in Detroit, Mich.
were Episcopalians.

CHILDREN, BORN IN DETROIT, MICHIGAN.


*
1. 2.

3.

Albert Poole, born November 12, 1853. Charles Huntington, born July 17, 1865. Catherine Mary, born September 17, 1867, and
in Detroit,

died in 1858,

Mich.

4.

Nathalie Poole,

born October 10, I860.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY
5.

209

Kate Huntington,

born April

8,

1869, in Detroit, Mich.; married

June 26, 1905, in Detroit, Frank Banghart, son of Roger Thomas and Harriet Lucinda (Banghart) Walker. He was born April 25, 1867, at Hunter's Creek, Mich., and was a widower previous
to this

marriage.

He

is

a surgeon, a ph.

b.,

University of

Mich., 1890; M. d., Detroit College of Medicine, 1892; Professor


of Surgery in Detroit College of Medicine, 1907 to the present

time,

and Secretary and Treasurer of Detroit College of Mediand Providence Hospitals since 1907. He lived in Lapeer, INIich., from 1872 to 1890, then moved to Detroit, where they now live. They are
cine in 1912; attending surgeon to St. Mary's

Episcopalians.

6.

Isabella Huntington, born December

24, 1879.

1.2.4. 5.8. 3.5.3.


Albert Poole Jacobs,
Grinnell, d. d.
at

1.
Detroit, Mich.;

born November

12, 1853, in

married, June 13, 1899, in Jackson, Mich., Grace, daughter of Daniel T.

She was born in Jackson, Mich. Mr. Jacobs was an attorney law and an author, a graduate of the University of Michigan, B. a. 1873;
Dept., U.
of.

Law

M., ll.

b.,

1876.

They were
13, 1899,

Episcopalians, and Mr. Jacobs was

Vestryman

of St. Paul's

Cathedral, Detroit, Mich., from 1877 to 1899.

when he moved

to

June Birmingham, Mich., where he died January 30,


lived in Detroit, until

He

1909.

CHILDREN.
1.

2.

Albert Charles, born May Charlotte Mary.

21, 1900, in

Birmingham, Mich.

1.2.4.5. 8. 3. 5.3.2.
Charles Huntington Jacobs, born
married June
1,

July 17, 1855, in Detroit, Mich.;

Mary, daughter of Bela and Sarah (Baughman) Hubbard. She was born October 9, 1856, in Detroit, Mich. Mr. Jacobs was one of Detroit's most prominent business men, partner of Buhl, Sons and Company, and vice president and manager of the Buhl Stamping Company, which concern, under his management, became the largest of its kind in the world. He was Secretary-Treasurer, and General Supt. of the Detroit Meter Co., member of the Detroit Board of Commerce, American Gas Institute, Fruit Growers' Association of Cal., Detroit Club, Sons of the American Revolution, Psi Upsilon Fraternity, and the founder, in 1891, of the Detroit High School Scholarship Fund, by means of which already fifty persons have been enabled to obtain a college education. Mr. Jacobs' health failed in 1905, and his heart became affected, so that he was obliged to drop his work in 1907, and go to California to live. His
1881, in Detroit, Mich.,

death occurred in the

Band Hospital in Ventura, California, March His wife now resides in Los Angeles, California.
14

5,

1909.

210

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
CHILDREN, BUUN IN DETROIT, MICH.
1.

2.

Edward Hubbard, born July 1, 188'i. Robert Huntington, born February


scholar,

20,

1884.

He was

a fine

3.

and had won the FhilUj) Scholarship at Ann Arbor, Mich., in 1.903, and the John Harvard Scholarship at Harvard, a year later. He was also a member of the Psi Upsilon FraterHe was drowned at Cedar Falls, N. II., in the river nity. Ossipee, September 7, ldo5. Mary King, born December 13, 1885. She lives with her mother
in

Los Angeles, and

is

Secretary and Treasurer of the Girls

Friendly Society of

St.

John's Church, a very flourishing branch,

which she established.


4.

Grace Litchfield,

Livingstone, August 28, 1912.


6.

born August 13, 1887; married Robert Bruce They live in Detroit, Mich.
10, 1893.

Charles Huntington,

born June John Harvard Scholarship, and is at Harvard College, (1914.)

lie has

won

the

just entering his Junior year

1.2.4.5.8.3.5.3.2.
Edward
ried, in

1.

1908, Iva

Hubi5A1{d Jacobs, born July 1, 1882, in Detroit, ]Mich.; marMaynard, of Detroit, Mich. They live in ^VilIiamsville,

N. Y.

CHILDREN.
1. 2.

Robert Huntington, born January Donald, born July 4, 1910.

1909.

1.

2.4. 5. 8. 3. 5. 3. 6.

in

Isabella Huntington (Jacobs) Davies, born December 24, 1879, married, December 2, 1908, in Detroit, Mich., Thomas Stephen, son of Thomas and Isabella (Bow) Davies. He was born May 31,
Detroit, Mich.;

1883, in Detroit,

]Mich.

Mr. Davies

is

mechanical and

civil

engineer, a

graduate of the University of Michigan,


in the

b. s. 1907.

He was

Junior Engineer

U. S. Geological Survey, investigating conservation of fuels, from September, 1908, to January 1, 1910. He has given special attention to testing engineering and bridge work, and is associated with the Canadian Bridge Co..

of Walkerville, Out.

They are Epi8coj)alians.


child.

1.

Florence Huntington, born October

13, 1914.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

211

1.2.4. 5.8. 3. S. 4.
Lynde Catlin Huntington,
married, October
4,

born September

17, 1834, hi

Rome, N.

Y.;

1859, Clara Frances, daughter of Judge J. B. Thomas.

of the firm of

She was born December 2, 1836. He was a commission merchant, a member Huntington Bros, and Voyell, Chicago, 111. He died May 10, 1887, in Chicago, 111., where his wife is now living.
CHILD.
1.

Charles Griswold, born October


ried,

16, 1860, in

Chicago,

111.;

mar-

January

26, 1907, in

Madison, Wis., Rose Florence, daugh-

ter of Frederick

and Frances (Buhlman) Knobloch.


in

She was
111.

born June 23, 1870, in Oakwood, Wis.

He was manager of the Huntington Hotel, He was 2d Lieutenant of Co. G, 1st Regiment,
Service.

Chicago,

Illinois

National

Guard, and for nine years a member of the Veteran Corps, Local

He

died suddenly in the Huntington Hotel, June 15,


is

1911.

His widow

living in Chicago.

1. 2. 4. 5. 8. 3. 6.

James Huntington,
first,

born

March

25, 1805, in

Rome, N. Y.

married,

Henry, who died. He married the second time, Eleanore McKee, and resided in Rome, N. Y. He was engaged in
28, 1828, Sojjhronia

May

farming.

CHILDREN.
1.

John Henry,

born January born July

1,

1830; married, October 15, 1856,

Hattie T. Hubbard, and lived in Troy, N. Y.


2.

Matthew

J.,

25,

1833; married, April 12, 1855, Hester


.

A. Bigsby, and lived in Utica, N. Y.


3. 4.

Pope Catlin, born July

30, 1835,
13,

Mary

Alida, born June


M.,

5.

William
year.

bom

July 28,

and lived in Rome. 1839, and lived in Rome. 1841, and died August 26
22, 1845,

(jiL,

~r ^^>tJM
' ,

5? '^

/
'
'

*^

of the

same

6.

Martha McKee,
ton,

born March

and lived

in

West

Arling-

7.

Vermont. Albert B., born January

25, 1848,

and died July

19, 1855.

1. 2. 4. 5. 8. 4.
Elias Huntington, born
January
4,

in Shaftsbury, Vt.,

October 31, 1774; married,

1798, Aurelia Galusha.

He was
8,

a prosperous farmer in Shafts-

bury, Vt., where he died September

1854.

His widow died April 30, 1862,

aged 84 years.

212

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
CHILDREN.
This family were
1.

all

born

in

Shaftsbury.
29, 1801.

2.

3.

George, born February 27, 1799, and died July Jacob Galusha, born Xovember 1, 1800. Truman Clark, born July 25, 1802; graduated
in

at

Union College

1824, and entered on the profession of law.

He was

state's

attorney several years.

He

married Caroline jNlunroe, and after

practicing law a shoi-t time, retired to the old lionistead. wliere

he resided thereafter.
4.

Harriet

*.5.
6.

20, 104, and married in Shaftsbury, George Stedman, of Rome, N. Y., whose first wife Avas ^lary (1. 2. 4. 5. 8. 3. 2.). She I'esided in Rome, where she died January 3, 1838. Alonzo, born September 1, 1805.

A.,

born July

October

24, 1836,

Norman

S.,

born ]\Iarch

6,

1808; married,

in

1839,

Semanthe

Strong, and was a farmer in Illinois.


7.

Jane, born May

24,

1810; married, January

2,

1840, Smith Har-

pending, of Shaftsbury.
a printer and editor.
8.

He

died in 1843, in Virginia.

He was

He

left

one sou, Ogden G.

AuRELiA JMiRANDA, boiu July 4, 1813; married, December 3, They lived in Danville, 111., where she 1840, John M. Cole. died, in 1846, leaving one daughter, who was horn in 1844.
Delos, born September 20, 1815, and lived in Minnesota. Eveline, born May 24, 1821, and died single, in Buffalo, N.
Y.,

9.

10.

May
11.

15, 1849.
6,

Jennette, born January


ruary
9,

1824, and died in Shaftsbury, Feb-

1825.

1.2.4.5.8.4.2.
flACOB
Vt.;

GALUSHa HuNTiNGTON,

boru November

1, 18in, in

Shaltsliury.

married Patience, daughter of Hon. John H. Olin, of


living in Shaftsbury, Vt., in 1860.

Sliaftsl>ury,

and

resided several years in Buffalo, N. Y., engaged in the stone cutting business.

He was

CHILDREN.
1.

2.

Edward, born July 25, Anna Augusta, born


died October
3,

1832, in Shaftsbury.

Juh-

9,

1835, in Buffalo City, N. Y., and

1855, in Buffalo.

3.

Algernon Olin,

born October

26, 1837, in Buffalo City.

4.

Caroline Maria, born July

13, 1843, in Buffalo City.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGT.

213

1. 2. 4. 5.

8.4.2.3.
born October
26, 1837, in Buffalo,

Algernon Olin Huntington,


of

N.Y.;

married, January 21, 1864, in White Creek, N. Y., Sarah Elizabeth, daughter
Niles. She was boi*n August and died in Shaftsbury, Vt., August 4, 1897. He is a farmer, and moved from Buffalo, N. Y., in the Fall of 1855, He is a Presbyterian. Shaftsbury, Vt., where he now lives.

Nathaniel Morton and

Mary Ann (Wing)

6,

1845, in ^Vhite Creek, X. Y.,

to

CHILDREN.
*
1.

Alice Sophia, born February

22, 1865, in Shaftsbury, Vt. 16, 1866, in Shaftsbury, Vt.

2.

Mary Grace,
John Grant,
ember

born September

3.

born June

1,

1868, in Shaftsbury, Vt.; married, Dee-

16, 1891, in Shaftsbury,

May

Barton.

They

live in Noi'th

Bennington, Vt.
*
4.
5.
6.

Sidney Olin, born

Manh

4,

1871, in Buffalo, N. Y.
in Shaftsbury, Vt.

Charley Henry,

born June 27, 1873,

Irexa Blanch, born Novt-mber 3, 1875; married March 11, 1896, in Shaftsbury, Vt., Xorman Bottum. They Uve in South Shaftsbury, Vt.

1.2. 4.5. 8.4.2. 3.


Alice
Lane, son of
Shaftsbury, Vt.;

1.

Sophia (Huntington) Niles, born February 22, 1865, in married, March 7, 1882, in Eagle Bridge, N. Y., Martin David Samuel and Poll} Ann (Lane) Niles. He was born May
Avas prior to

28, i860, in Shaftsbury, Vt.

Mr. Niles
at Troy,

January,

{)0o.

a farmer, since that time, he has

been Deputy Superintendent of the Metropolitan Life Insurance Co., stationed

N. Y.
in

He

lived in Shaftsbury,

^'t.,

and moved

to

Troy, N. Y., in

February, 1899; then to AVynantskill, N. Y., where he now resides.

He was

town auditor
Trustee.

Shaftsbury for six years, from 1884 to 1890, and also School

CHILDREN, BURN IN SHAFTSBURY, VT.


1.

2.

Susie Agnes, born September 23, 1883; married, December 31, 1902, in Troy, N. Y., Eli Perry Vines, Jr. They live in Wynantskill, N. Y. Mabel Louise, born :May 29, 1886, and died July 23, 1886, in
Shaftsbury, Vt.

3. 4.

Mabel

Louise, born March

20. 1888.

5.

Floyd Huntington, born May, 7, 1890; Uves in Wynantskill, N.Y. Algernon Olin, born April 10, 1893; lives in Wynantskill, N. Y.

214

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

1.2.4.
Mabel Louise
of Charles

5. 8. 4. 2. 3. 1. 3.
20, 1888, in Shafts-

(Niles) Vanderpool, born March

bury, Vt.; married, September 11, 1911, in Troy, N. Y., Charles Wesley, son

May

Wesley and Ann Eliza (Talmadge) Vanderpool. He was born and has been a member of the Seventh Day Advent Church for twenty years. They reside in Troy N. Y.
27, 1875,

CHILD.
1.

Bettina, born August

23,'

191

2, in

Troy, N. Y.

1. 2. 4. 5.

8.4.2. 3.

2.
16, 18G6, in

Mary Grace (Huntington) Bottum,

born September

Shaftsbury, Vt.; married, October 19, 1887, in Shaftsbury, Vt., Horace Burt,
son of Horace Barlow and Harriet Pollen (1.2.4.5.8.1.5.3.) Bottum.
lie

was

born March

16, 1867, in Shaftsbury, Vt.

They

lived in Shaftsbury, Vt.,

They are Baptists. and moved to Benedict, Neb., March

7,

1892, where they

now

reside.

children, all but the first born in benedict, nkb.


1.

Raymond Huntington,
Vt.

born November
Iowa.

22, 1888, in Shaftsbury,

Resides in Des

INIoines,

2. 3.

4.
5. 6.

Ruth May, born February 8, 1894. Horace Olin, born August 16, 1895. Frank Milton, born January 20, 1897.

Harlow Alfred, born February 15, Bernice Edna, born July 30, 1904.

1899.

1.
ried,

2.4.

5.

8.4.2. 3.4.
4,

Sidney Olin Huntington, born March


June
12, 1894, Bessie

1871, in Buffalo, N. Y.; mar-

Augusta, daughter of John William and Caroline

Eliza (Briggs) Holmes.

N.
15,

Y.,

She was born December 24, 1872, in Schenectady, and resides with her cliildren, in North Troy, N. Y. He died June 1907. At the time of his death he was in the retail lumber business.

CHILDREN.
1.

Mildred Bernice,

born June

11, 1895.

2. 3.

Sidney Olin, born May 23, 1898. Caroline Elizabeth, born September

26, 1907.

HtTNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

215

1. 2. 4. 5. 8. 4. 5.

Alonzo Huntington, born September


ried,

1,

1805, in Shaftsbiiry, Yt.; mar-

November

28. 1833,

Patience Lorain Uyer, she was a daughter of Daniel


tliat
6,

Dyer, one of the early settlers of


the Hon. J. T. Hatch, and

part of the country.


1801.

She was born


Co.,

in

Clarendon, Rutland Co., Vt., Angust

He

studied law in Buffalo with

commenced

business in

Wayne

N. Y., where

he practiced about two years, removing then to Chicago, where he opened his
office in 1835.

years, but

He engaged extensively in the land speculation of the next few was driven from the fruitless operation by the revulsions of 1837, and returned to the practice of law. He was elected in 1836-7 state's attorney for the seventh Illinois circuit for two years, and on the expiration of this term he was re-elected for the same period, during which he showed himself an energetic and efficient prosecuting officer. He died in 1881. ^Irs. Huntington She was held in much esteem, both for died in Chicago, October 23. 1861. her superior mental and social qualities and for her sincere piety; and her sudden death was felt to be no common bei-eavement. She' was a lineal descendant of William Dyer, Secretary of the Rhode Island Colony, Commander-inchief upon sea against the Dutch for Rhode Island in 1653, and one of the founders of Newport; and his wife Mary, the Quaker, who suffered religious martyrdom on Boston Common in 1660; of Roger Williams, founder and governor of the same colony, and of Captain Edward Hutchinson, of Boston, killed in King Philip's War (1675), and a grand-daughter of Major Gideon Olin, of the Revolutionary Army, who was member of Congress from 1803 to
1807.

CHILDREN.
1.

Susanna Maria, born


and died
in

in

Wallingfoid, Yt.,

November

11, 1835,

Chicago,

111.,

December

22, 1839, of

malignant

scarlet fever.
2.

Stella Aurelia, born


in the

in

Chicago. December 28, 1837, and died


21, 1839, of

same

place,

December
in
2,

malignant scarlet fever.


25, 1842,

3.

Henry Alonzo,
Cliicago,

born in Chicago, March 23, 1840.

4.

Daniel Dyer, born


January
born

Manchester, Yt., July

and died

in

1845, of malignant scarlet fever.

5.

Jay Galusha,

in Chicago,
2,

October 23, 1844.

6.

Frances, born February

1848.

1. 2. 4. 5. 8. 4. 5. 3.

Henry Alonzo Huntington,


married, in 1863, in Chicago.,
111.,

born March
S.,

23,

1840, in Chicago,

111.;

Frances

daughter of Col. Joseph Henry

and Jane Amy (Childs) Tucker. She was born June 27, 1839, in Rochester, N. Y. She was also a granddaughter of Rev. Elisha Tucker, d.d. Col. Tucker was of Cumberland, Md.

216

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He was educated at various private schools in Chicago, and at Phillips Academy, Andover, Mass. At nineteen he began the study of law, in which he was interrupted by the outbreak of the Civil War. In September, 1861, he raised in Indiana a troop for the Ninth Illinois Cavalry, with which he served
but six weeks, resigning his volunteer commission to accept a second lieutenancy in the Fourth United States Artillery, October 24th, 1861. He was

engaged

in the battle of Shiloh, siege of Corinth,

Murfreesborough campaign,

Woodbury, TuUahoma campaign, and was under fire at Perry ville. Promoted to a First-Lieutenancy May, 1863, he served in the Army of the Potomac until the Twelfth Corps was ordered to Tennessee. Detached in 1864 for mustering and disbursing duty, for four months he performed arduous service, involving heavy money responsibility, to the entire
battle of Stone's River, action of
satisfaction of the

Treasury Department.

He

then rejoined his battery at

from that duty, and while serving with his battery at

and when relieved Barry, Washington, D. C, in July, 1865, was appointed Aide-de-Camp to Major General Ilalleck, whom he accompanied to San Francisco. Relieved from Staff duty at his own request, he rejoined his regiment, and continued to serve therewith' at Fort Washington and at Fort Leavenworth, until his resignation November 19th, 1869. He was brevetted First Lieutenant, Captain and Major for "gallant and meritorious services" at the battle of Shiloh, at the battle of Stone's River, and during the war." On the outbreak of the Railway Riots, July 23d, 1877, he was commissioned Lieutenant-Colonel and Assistant AdjuNashville, Tenn., was again detached for recruiting service,

Camp

'

tant (jeneral of the First Brigade, Illinois National Guard.


that time
is

His usefulness at
letter

attested by letters from the Brigade

Commander, the Adjutant-

General of the State, and the Governor, and by the order of the

"reluctantly" accepting his resignation, and thanking him for his devotion
" both to the State and Nation in past days of perU, and for his distinguished
services in advancing the interests of the Illinois National Guard."

Major

Huntington's interest in literature was lifelong, and he had contributed to the


"Atlantic Monthly," " Lippincott's Magazine,"

"The

Dial,"

and the "Chicago


to

Tribune," before accepting the literary editorship of the latter in July, 1883.

Two

years later he resigned his place on

"The Tribune" and went

Europe,

where, after travel in France, Switzerland, Italy, Germany, Belgium and England, a long sojourn at
Italy

and

to

Rome, during which he was presented to the Queen of His Holiness Leo XIII, and a residence of ten years at Paris, he
Besides an occasional column on some literary

finally settled at Versailles.

article "Modern Greek Literature" for Johnson's Universal Cyclopaedia; the introduction to " Tales from the ^gean,"

topic in the

"Tribune" he wrote the

Greek of Bikelas, a memoir of General Alexander Caldwell McClurg, collaborated as one of the Commission of Four appointed by General Horace Porter, American Ambassador to France, in the com})ilation of " Les Combattants francais de la (Juerre amercaine 1778-1783," published in 1903 by the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and delivered an address on Washington, (February 22, 1904), printed in the Year Book of the American Club
translated from the

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
of Paris.

217

Major Huntington and Colonel Charles Chaille-Long conducted the on the Sd of July, 1900, of the statue of Washington in the Place d'lena, Paris. He was a Knight of the Legion of Honor (France), was a Knight of the Royal Order of the Saviour, (Greece); a member of the Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the U. S., (proposed by General Sheridan, General Sackett, and Colonel Loomis) of the Sons of the American Revolution; of the Society of Colonial Wars; of the Chicago Literary Club, of wliich he was once President; of the American Art Association of Paris, (life) of I'Association pour I'Encouragement des Etudes Grecques en France; of the American Club of Paris, of which he was President (1906); and, until his resignation in 1897, he was a member of the Chicago Club. He was one of the founders and an officer of the Chicago Civil Service Reform
ceremony
at the inauguration
;

League, and for two years a Vice-President under the leadership of George William Curtis.

of

the national organization

He was

an Episcopalian, and died in Versailles, France, July

30, 1907.

CHILDREN.
1.

Douglas Francis St. George, born November 21, He is a graduate from Public School, Chicago, TU.

1864, in
in 1882,

was educated in the classics by Dr. Clifford Mitchel of Harvard He University, and later attended lectures at Sorbonne, Paris. is a man of letters, and an Episcopalian. Removed to Washington in 1864, Scituate, Mass., 1878, London, 1884, Paris, 1888, Rome, 1889-90, New York, 1891, Paris, 1892 till 1902, and since in Versailles, where he now resides.
2.

Edith
port,

St.

George, born
She
is

November

12,

1866,

at

Spencer-

N. Y.

the second wife of Benjamin Mairs, son of

Dr. John and Sarah


5,

Ann

(Mairs) Wilson, married

November

Mr. Wilson was born in Pittsburg, Pa., November His first wife was Frances (1. 2. 4. 5. 8. 4. 5. 6.) whom 5, 1848. he married in November, 1874. He is a lawyer, a member of the Protestant Episcopal Church, and was for some time American Vice Consul at Antwerp, Belgium. He received the degree of Doctor Juris in 1871 from the University of Heidelberg.
1908.

He

was a member of the


Pa.,

Illinois

State Legislature, has resided

in Pittsburg,

cago,

111.,

Washington, D. C, Brussels, Belgium, ChiNashville, N. C, and Paris, and now resides in Ver-

sailles,
3.

France.
St.

Alonzo
Kan.

George, born June

2,

1868, at Fort Leavenworth,

Studied art in Chicago Art Institute; also in Paris under


;

Wm.

British

Bouguereau and Tony Robert Fleury in Rome in the Academy and under Senor Jose GaUegos. Member of Societe des Artists, Paris; American Art Association of Paris American Club of Paris Societe des Amis des
; ;

218

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
Arts de Seine et Oise; Union Internationale des Beaux Arts et
des Lettres; Alliance Francaise.

Exhibited in Paris
of Paris;

Kunstlerhaus; Prague llodolfinum

League of American Exposition, Buffalo; Pennsylvania Academy; Chicago Art Institute; Versailles Salon, etc., etc. Honorable Mention, Medal. Member of Art Jury at various exhibitions abroad; of Jury of Municipal Art League, Chicago, 111., 1909.
Studio at Versailles, France.
3

Vienna American Art Association American Artists, Paris and London; PanSalon;
St.

Petersburg Salon;

rue dc Mademoiselle.
S])ink, liorden

Permanent address
Block, Chicago.
4.

in

America, care of A. E.

Henky

St.

George, born May


in Paris.

23, 1872, in Chicago,

111.

lie

is

married and resides


5.

Elizabeth
sailles.

St.

George, born March

4,

1874; resides in Ver-

France.

1.2.4.
111.;

5. 8. 4. 5. 6.
2,

Frances (Huntington) Wilson, born February


in

1848, in Chicago.

married in November 1874, Hon. Benjamin Mairs Wilson, who was born
5,

Pennsylvania, November
J\lrs.

1848.
]\Ir.

Wilson died June


first wife.

20, 1904.

Wilson married November

6,

1908,

a niece of his

(See

1.

2. 4. 5. 8. 4. 5. 3. 2.).

They

are living in

Versailles, France.

children.
1.

Huntington, born

in Chicago,

111.,

December
Mo.

15,

1875; married

April 30, 1904, Lucy Wortham, daughter of


via (Bowles) James, of St. James,
13, 1880, at St.

Thomas and Octa-

She was born September

James, ]Mo.

He

studied in various jjreparatory

schools

a course in the law department of George


sity,

and graduated from Yale University (a. b.) 1897; took Washington UniverAvas

and

admitted after examination to be a


Aj)peals

member

of the

and the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia; appointed Second Secretary of the Legation at Tok^'o, May 4, 189 7 Secretary of the Legation at Tokyo, October 10, 1900; Charge d'Affaires from January until June, 1901, in September 1902, from February 24 until June 2, 1903,
l)ars of

the Court of

and from November 19, 1905, until May, 1906 Secretary of the Embassy, May 26, 190fi; Third Assistant Secretary of State, June 22, 1906; designated Cludrman of the Board of Examiners for the Consular Service, under Executive order of June 27, 1906; appointed Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary to
;

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
Roumania and Servia and Diplomatic Agent
in Bulgaria,

219
Decem-

ber 17, 1908, but did not go to post; Envoy Extraordinary and
Minister Plenipotentiary to Argentina, January 11, 1909;

when

about to proceed to his post he was offered and accepted the


Assistant Secretaryship of State under President Taft; appointed

Assistant Secretary of State,

March

5,

19C9; designated Chair-

man

Board of Examiner's for the Diplomatic Service, under Executive Order of November 26, 1909; accredited as Embassador Extraordinary on Special Mission to the Ottoman Empire, September 30, 1910; appointed a member of the committee to represent the Department of State in the inquiry ordered by the President into the economy and efficiency of the Executive Departments of the Government, October 19, 1910; Delegate to the Ninth International Conference of the Red Cross, Washington, May 7 to 17, 1912; resigned from the Department of State, March 19, 1913, because in discord with the foreign policy of the Democratic Administration. He was a delegate to the International Congress on Hygiene and Demography, at Washington, in 1912, and chairman of its committee
of the

on organization.
of the State of

He is

member of the

Society of the Cincinnati

Rhode

Island, of the Society of Colonial

Wars, of

the Sons of the Revolution, and of the Loyal Legion.

He

has

published articles on Immigration, the Foreign Service, South

American Trade, " Dollar Diplomacy," National Defense, and


other political and economic subjects.

Sarah Loraine,

born February

14,

1883, in Chicago,

111.,

and

died in Providence, R. L, in August, 1887.

1.2. 4. 5. 8.5.
Daniel Huntington, born November
ried, first, Clarissa,
8,

17 76, in Shaftsbury, Vt.; mar-

May

She died and he married for his second wife, January 2, 1825, Mrs. Laura A. Goddard. For about forty years he practiced medicine in Shaftsbury, Vt., when he removed to Perry, N. Y., where he died May 15, 1862.
26, 1823,

daughter of Gov. Jonas Galusha of Vermont.

CHILDREN.
This family were born
1.

in Shaftsbury, Vt.
3,

Lydia, born September


29, 1809.

1798, and died in Shaftsbury, January

2.

Nancy, born

April

7,

1800; married, in 1826, Jeremiah Clark, of

Shaftsbury, where they resided, and she died, August 26, 1831.

* *

3.

Daniel Galusha, born February


Jonas,

17, 1802.

4.

bom

February

27, 1804.

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5.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

Mary Myranda,

6.
7.

8.

born August 14, 1806, and died in Sliaftsbury, December 25, 1813. Martin, born December 28, 1808. Edwin, born July 15, 1811, and died in Sliaftsbury, July 28, 1816. Elon, born June 3, 1814; married, October 10, 1850, F. R.
Galusha, and lived in Kalamazoo, Micbigan. Clarissa, born April G, 1817; married, December, 1834, Afartin Andrus, brother of her l)rother Daniel's wife. She died October
26, 1855.

9.

10.

Lydia Myranda, born October


Cal., in 1860.

20, 1827; married,

1848, E. B. Galusha, and they were living in

September 26, San Francisco,

1.2. 4. 5. 8.5. 3.
Daniel Galusha Huntington, born February
bury,
17,

1802, in

Shafts-

September 30, 1822, in Sliaftsbury, Vt., Oretta Andrus. She was born February 13, 1805, and died January 11, 1857. He married, second, ]\Iarch 1, 1860, Mary L. Cobb, who died August 14, 1868. He was a farmer, and lived in Vermont; later moved to Perry, N. Y., to He Conistock, Mich., and to Edgerton, Wis., where he died March 29, 1877.

Vermont

married,

first,

was a Baptist.

CHILDREN.

1.

* *

2.

3.

Edwin O., born August 22, 1823. George Byron, born January 21, 1827. Xancy Amelia, born ]\Iarcli 15, 1833.

4.

Mary

Clauissa, born August

10, 1840.

1. 2. 4. 5. 8. 5. 3. 1.

Edwin
bune,

O.
7,

Huntington, born August


1844.

22,

1823; married Jane A. IJath-

March

He

died in Rochester, N. Y.

CHILD.
*
1.

Ella,

l)orn

August

29, 1847.

1.2.4.
Ella (Huntington)
Miller.

5. 8. 5. 3. 1. 1.
Rochester, N. Y.

^Iillkr, born August 29, 184 7; married Edward


in

Mrs. Miller lived and died

1.

Harry.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

221

1.

2.4.

5. 8. 5. 3. 2.
born January 21, 1827
;

George Byron Huntington,


October
3,

married,

first,

1849, Janette E. Galusha,

who

died October 29, 1851, in Castile,

X. Y.

He

married, second, Sarah Jane Smith, September 14, 1859.

She died

May

1,

1876.

He

married, third, Mrs. INIary A. lirewer (Johnson), October

He died March 16, 1899. He was a man noted for the gentleness of liis manners and kindliness of his disposition. He was a scholarly man of acknowledged abilit}-, coupled He possessetl pleasing and winning manners, and in all with great modesty.
24, 1882.

his social

able, kind

and business relations he bore the character of an estimable, honorHe joined the Baptist Church at an early age, and and true man was always a devout Christian. His widow lives in Los Angeles, California.

CHILDREN.
*
1.

2. 3.

Janettk E., born October 20, 1851. Charles Elmkr, born August 25, 1861, in Comstock, Mich. Edwin Waltkr, born February 16, 1864, and died June 28,
in

1884,

Luverne, Minn.

4.

George Lincoln,
ried,

born April

8,

1867, in Comstock,

^Nlich.;

mar-

June 20, 1900, in Geneseo, 111., Minnie Luella, daughter of Jacob J. and Aurelia E. (Ehrlich) Schuck. She was born January 17, 1867, in Geneseo,
circles.
111.

They

are both pojjular in musical

He was

brought up on a farm

fifteen years of age,

in Dane Co., AVis., until when the family moved to Rock Co., Minn.,

locating on a farm, adjoining the city limits of Luverne.

In 1889 he graduated from the Luverne

High School and

then entered the University of Minnesota, graduating from the


Scientific

Course

in 1893.

He

took a year in the


feel

Law

school in

the

same

institution, but, as

he did not

impelled to enter the

legal profession, he

went

into mercantile business in

Luverne for

a brief time, and then decided to become a physician.

He

enter-

ed the Xorthern Institute of Osteopathy


in 1899.

at Minneapolis, (later

merged with the ^jarent school at Kirksville.) and was graduated In October of the same year, he began pi-actice in St. Paul, where he remained until December, 1912, when he removed to California, where he took a Post Graduate course and, in October, 1914, began jn-actice in Pasadena, Cal., which will be his futute home. Dr. Huntington is a member of the American Osteopathic Association, of which he was Vice President for one year, and also of the Minnesota State Osteopathic Association, of which he was President the first two years of its existence. He was Secretary of the State Board of Osteopathic Examiners for seven years, receiving his appointments under Gov-

222
ernors

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

Van Sant and


higli

Johnson.

His professional record has been

one of
this

achievement, and he stands among the leaders of


his profession.

branch of

5.

Arthur Elon,

born October

8,

1868, in Edgerton, Wis.

1. 2. 4. 5. 8. 5. 3. 2. 1.

Janette
October

E.

(Huntington) Lane, born October

20,

1851

married,

24, 1871,

Wyman

Lane.

She died July

29, 1874.

1.

Edward
French

H., born July 26, 1874.


City,
111.,

He

is

a practicing physician at

and

is

married.

1.
Mich.;

2.4.

5. 8. 5. 3. 2. 2.
born August 25, 1861, in Comstock,

Charles Elmer Huntington,


married, August 25, 1892, in

New

York, N. Y., Dora

May

Dixon,

daughter of John and Alice (Crawford) Guthrie.

She was born February 22, 1856, in York, N. Y., and died February 17, 1905, in Long Beach, Cal. He is a merchant and banker, and moved from Michigan to Edgerton, Wis., in 1867; to Luverne, Minn., in 1884, and in 1908, to Long Beach, Cal., where
CHILD.
1.

he now resides.

Ruth Loraine,

born July

13, 1903, in

Luverne, Minn.

1. 2. 4. 5. 8. 5. 3. 2. 5.

Arthur Elon Huntington,


B. and Emily (Comstock) Smith.

born October

8,

1868, in Edgerton, AVis.;

married, June 28, 1894, in Algona, Iowa, Jessie Paine, daughter of Lewis

AL

She was born

vember

18, 1899, in

Colorado Springs, Colo.

and died NoHe married, second, June 25,


in Wisconsin,

1903, in St. Paul, Minn., Hattie T., daughter of

Watson W. and Martha E.


Wis.

(Engle) Minor.
in 1903.

She was born February

26, 1876, in Retreat,

lawyer, and a banker, a graduate of the University of Minnesota,

He is a Law Dept.
;

He

lived in Edgerton, Wis.;

moved

to Luverne, Minn., in 1884

to

Ellsworth, Minn., in 1893; back to Luverne, in 1898; to St. Paul, Minn, in


1900, and to Upland, Cal., where he the School Board, and City Council.

now

lives, in
is

1906.

He

has served on

He

a Baptist.

CHILDREN.
1.

Helen Comstock,

born October
5,

12, 1897, in Ellsworth,

Minn.

2.

Winifred, born September

1906, in St. Paul, Minn.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

223

1. 2. 4. 5. 8. 5. 3. 3.

Nancy Amelia (Huntington)


of Selden

Castile, N. Y.; married, Se])teniLer 10, 1855, in Castile,

and Mary (Taylor) Higgins.

Higgins, boru March 15, 1833, in N. Y., Barton B., son lie was born January 29, 1828. Mr.
111.,

Higgins was a druggist, and moved from Perry, N. Y., to Dixon,


in 1898,

in July,

1858; to Brooklyn, N. Y., in 1882; to N. Y. City, in 190, to Yonkers, N. Y.,

where he died October

10, 1912.

They were

Presbyterians, and Mr. Higgins was elder and trustee of the


111.;

church, also superintendent of the tSunday School for 20 years, at Dixon,


also trustee of ^A'estminster

Church, Brooklyn, N. Y.

Mrs. Higgins died in

Dixon,

111.,

March

22, 1865.

CHILDREN, BORN IN DIXON,


1.

ILL.

Flora Belle, born November


1860, in Dixon,
111.

25, 1859,

and died February

27,

2.

Arthur Sheldon,
Floyd Barton,

born August

2,

1862.

3.

born March

12, 1865,

and died August

21, 1865.

1. 2. 4. 5.

8. 5. 3. 3. 2.

ried,

Higgins, born August 2, 1862, in Dixon, 111.; marJanuary 18, 1887, in Dixon, 111., Annie, daughter of Dr. James Kent and Nancy Grace (Barker) Soule. She was born April 30, 1864, in Belvidere, III. Mr. Higgins is in the retail china and glass business, established over a

Arthur Sheldon

quarter of a century in
terian

New York City. He is a member of the First PresbyChurch in Yonkers, N. Y., where he Uves. He has been President of the Board of Trustees and the Men's Association, and is still a member of the Executive Committee of the Men's Association.
CHILD.
1.

Charters Kent,

born January

5,

1891, in Y'onkers, N. Y.

1. 2. 4. 5.

8. 5. 3. 4.
born August
10, 1840, in

Mary Clarissa (Huntington), Chabtree,


Perry, N. Y.; married
]\Iarcli 4,

John Dawson, son of Jonathan Ileward and Ann (Dawson) Crabtree. He was born in Nottingham, Eng., November 19, 1838. He served three and a half years during the war of the Rebellion. He enlisted as a private in Co. A, 13th 111., was transferred to 3d Mo. Cavalry, Co. M, and was brevetted Major at muster, and
1863, in (ialesb\n-g. Mich.,

resigned on account of illness of his wife.


State Legislature, and was County, Circuit

He

served one term in the Illinois

and Appellate Judge for years in Illinois, 13th Judicial District. He lived in Dixon for forty years. His wife died June 16, 1872, and he married Anne Fargo, who survives him with six children. He died May 20, 1902, in Dixon, 111.

224

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
CHILDREN.
1.

Harry Huntington,
married October
is

born February

23,

1867, in

Dixon,
Gilbert.

III.;

20, 1900, in Morrison,

111.,

May

He

manager

of the office of Grant Bros. Construction Co., R. R.

Contractors, in Los Angeles, Cal.

He "is
many

a fluent reader and

speaker of Sjjanish, and has had


his firm

translations to

make, as

has l^een constructing the AVest Coast R. R. in Mexico.


III.

He

enlisted April 26. 1898, in Co. G, 6th

Vol. Regiment, as

a private in the Spanish war; was sworn into the U. S. service

May

11, 1898,

and was

in

General Miles' expedition when he


regiment being the
first

landed in Porto Rico,


to land in

fluly 25, 1898, his

Porto Rico.

He was

discharged from service

Novem-

ber 11, 1898.


*
2.

They

live in

Los Angeles, Cal.


10, 1870, in

Edwin Hewahd,
1.

born September

Dixon,

111.

2.4. 3. 8.

5.

3.4. 2.
10,

Edwin Hewahd Crabtkee,


married, July 17, 1901, Francena

born September

1870, in Dixon,

111.;

Edith, daughter of Charles Shepard and

Harriet Amelia (Redfield) Wilson.


1875.
eering,
years.

She was born

in

Sterling,

111.,

May

29,

He

is

a graduate of the Northern Illinois


fijllowed the profession of

Normal School

in civil

enginfifteen

and has

mining engineer for the past

He

is

also

(1914) Secretary and General Manager of the Western


of Denver, Colo.,

Mica Mining and Milling Company,

where he

resides.

children.
1.

2.

Edwin Heward, born June 16, 1905, Robert Wilson, born September 10,

in

Lewistown, Montana.

1907, in Reno, Nev.

1. 2. 4. 5. 8. 5. 4.

ried, first,

Jonas Huntington, born Februaiy 27, 1804, in Shaftsbur}-, Vt.; marFebruary 26, 1828, in Vermont. Abby Alma, daughter of Pliny and Laura Augusta (Beach) Goddard. She was born March 25, 1807, and died August 17, 1842, in Perry, N. Y. He married, second, November 9, 1843, in
Shaftsbury, Vt., Parthenia, daughter of George and Lucy (Burnham)
fial-

usha.

She was born December

1.

1818. in Shaftsbury, Vt., and died in Min-

neapolis, Minn., in 1898.

He was a physician, and lived in Shaftsbury until about 1834, when he In 1859 he moved to Kalamazoo, Mich., and about removed to Perry, N. Y. 1867 to Minneapolis, Minn., where he died February 27, 1887.
children.
*
1.

2.

Theodric Romeyn, born September 2, 1829, in Shaftsbury, Clarissa Augusta, born March 20, 1836, in Perry, N. Y.
September
3,

Vt.
;

died

1842, in Perry, N. Y.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
3.

225

William Westel, born November 12, 1840, in Perry, N. Y.; married, first. May 28, 1865, in Kalamazoo, Mich., Laura Aristine,

daughter of Samuel and Eleanor Beach CGoddard) Ran-

som.

She was born


11, 1904, in

in

1840 in Kalamazoo, Mich., and died

March

Rogers, Ark.

He

married, second, Januarj'

25, 1905, in Mobile, Ala.,

Daisy Rosella, daughter of James H.

and Sarah Elizabeth (Ashby) Middleton. She was born October Mr. Huntington was in the real 26, 1869, in Edenburg, Ind.

and was at one time in the lumber business. He Kalamazoo College, Class of 1861. He was for several years County Treasurer of Hennepin County, Minn.and Collector of Taxes for the City of Minneapolis also for several years Treasurer of the Board of Education of the City of Minneapolis, Minn. He lived in Perry, N. Y., until 1858, and then moved to Kalamazoo, Mich., in 1866 he moved to Minneapolis, Minn., then to California in 1905. He died December 16, 1913, in South Pasadena, Cal. Mrs. Huntington resides in South Pasadena.
estate business,

was a graduate

of the

1. 2. 4. 5. 8. 5. 4. 1.

Theodric Romeyn Huntington, born September


bury, Vt.
ter of
;

2,

1829, in Shafts-

married,

first,

April 10, 1851, in Perry, N. Y., Caroline M., daugh-

Samuel Chapin. She was born in Perry, N. Y., and died July 29, 1852, same place. He married, second, November 8, 1853, in Perry, N. Y., Elizabeth M., daughter of Joel Fox. She was born in Perry, N. Y., and died in Minneapolis, Minn. He was a physician, a graduate of the Jefferson Medical College, in Philadelphia, Penn., in 1851. He lived in Perry, N. Y,, moved to Mt. Morris, N. Y., in 1853; returned to Perry, N. Y., in 1856; moved to Kalamazoo, Mich., in 1857 then to Minneapolis, Minn., in 1866, where he died March 11, 1873. He received his early education at Perry, N. Y., took an academic course at Lima, N. Y., and then his medical course in New York and Philadelphia, Penn. He practiced as an allopathic physician until 1856, when he became a convert to homeopathy, which he practiced very successfully to the time of his death. He was a Baptist.
in the
;

CHILDREN.
*
1.

2.

Abby Augusta, born May 9, 1852, in Perry, N. Y. Frederick William, born October 25, 1854, in Mt.

Morris,N. Y.;

married in 1879, Louisa, daughter of John and Marj' Ryder.

He

had a common school education, and at the time of his death was District Passenger Agent for the Canadian Pacific Railway at Philadelphia, and was an active worker in the Masonic Order.

He
15

died

May

11, 1912, in Philadelphia,

Penn.

*226
*

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
3.

Hahuy Beach,
Elon
O., born

born

in

December, 1859,

in

Kalamazoo, Mich.

4.

December

30, 1869, in Minneapolis,

Minn.

1.2. 4.
N.
of
Y.;

5. 8.

5.4. 1. 1.
born

Abby Augusta (Huntington) Gale,


married September
lie
9,

May

9,

1852, in Perry,

1870, in Minneapolis, Minn.,

Amory

Francis, son
3,

Amory and

Caroline Elizabeth (Goddard) Gale.


is

He was
and

born March

1848,

in Worcester, Mass.

in the insurance, loans,

real estate business.

He

lived in Worcester, Mass., until

1853, since then in Minneapolis, Minn.,

where his wife died September 7, 1901. He is a Baptist, is President of the Minnesota State Convention of Baptists, and has been Trustee and Deacon of
the Chui-ch for the past fifteen years.

CHILDREN, BURN AND MAKKIED IN MINNEAPOLIS, MINN.


*
1.

2.

3.

Caroline Huntington, born October 13, 1874. Lucy Jeannette, born July 31, 1876; married November 27, They lived in Norfolk, Va. 1898, Albert Robert Turnbull. Frances May, born May 3, 1878; married October 6, 1903, Cecil Bayless, son of Charles Samuel and Emily Brown (Harvey) Chapman. He was born March 22, 1877, in Dubuque, Iowa. He is an architect, and moved from Dubuque to Des Moines,
la., in

1885; to Minneapolis, Minn., in 1889; to Milwaukee in

1898; and to Minneapolis, again, in 1902, where he

now

resides.

They

are Baptists.

1.

2.4.

5. 8.

5.4.
6,

1. 1. 1.
Octiiber
1.?,

Caroline Huntington (Gale) Johnston, born


^Minneapolis, Minn.; married, October

1874, in

1903, in Minneapolis, Minn., (ieorgc

Henry, son of George Henry and Amanda Malvina (Jenkins) Johnston. He was born June 13, 1874, in Detroit, Minn. He is a graduate of the University of Minnesota, Class of 189 7, and received the Degree of m.a., at Harvard. He was at one time Professor at CoUege, and is now Cashier of the Citizens State Bank of Wales, N. D.

He
removal

lived in Detroit, Minn., until 1887;


to

then

in

Minneapolis, until

iiis

Wales, N. D.,

in 1905.

They
1st

are Baptists, and live in AVales, N. D.

His father was adjutant of the

Mass. Volunteers.

children.
1.

Amory Gale,

born July 25, 1904, in Minneapolis, Minn.

2.

Lucy Jeannette,

born August

6,

1907, in Wales, N. D.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

227

1.2.4.5. 8.5.4.
Harky Beach Huntington,
^licb.; married,

1. 3.
in

born in December, 1859,

Kalamazoo,
daughter of

March

30, 1880, in Minneapolis, Minn., Adelaide,

James and Mary Scrimgeour.

CHILDKEN, BORN IN MINNEAPOLIS, MINN.


1.

2.

Bessie Myrle, born January 22, 1882; married Lon Crawford; they live in Fairland, Minn. Ethel Scrimgeour, born March 16, 1883; is a trained nurse, in
Worcester, Mass.

3.

Abby Helen,
apolis,

born November 22, 1886; died

in 1888, in

Minne-

Minn.
born March
7,

4.

Harold Romeyn,
apolis,

1888; died in 1888, in Minne-

Minn.

1.2.4.
Alinn.;

5. 8.

5.4. 1.4.

Elon Obed Huntington,


married,

born December 30, 1869, in Minneapolis,

March

20, 1899, in

daughter of Emily Blackwell.

New York, N. Y., Anna, the adopted She was born September 7, 1872, in New

York, N. Y.

He
Degree
1896.

is

a graduate of the University of ^Vlinnesota, Class of 1892, with the


8.,

of B.

He

is

a surgeon in the U.

Spain! and in

and Surgeons, New York, Navy, and served during the War with He is a Baptist, and the family the Philippine Insurrection.

and

of the College of Physicians


S.

reside in Chilmark, Mass.

CHILDREN.
1. 2.

Elon Gale,

born June

4,

1902, in

New

York, N. Y.

3.

4.

Frederick Romeyn, born March 17, 1905, in Montclair, N. J. Wilfred Horace, born January 25, 1908, in Montclair, N". J. Albert Preston, born June 11, 1910, in Chilmark, Mass.

1. 2. 4. 5. 8. 5. 6.

Martin Huntington, born December


married, Januaiy
2,

28, 1808, in

Shaftsbury, Vt.;

1845, in

New

Orleans, La., Julia, daughter of Samuel

and Hannah (Moore) Blydenburgh. She was born in He was a merchant of hardware, paints and 28, 1820.

New
oils.

York, February

New York
5,

to

New

Orleans in 1843, to Rochester, N. Y., in 1852.


Baptists,

He moved from He died in

Brooklyn, N. Y., January 19, 1890, and his wife died in Holley, N. Y., April
1903.

They were

228

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
CHILDREN.
1.

Claha, boru December


Rochester, N. Y.

24, 1845, in

New

Orleans, La.

She

lives in

2.

Edgar, born

April 23, 1849, in

New

Orleans, La., and died Sep-

tember, 1849, in Perry, N. Y.


3.

Emma,

boi-n April 23, 1849, in

New

Orleans, La., and died

May

31.

1850, in Perry. N. Y.
4.

Florence, born May


ary
6,

30, 1853, in Rochester,

N.

Y.; married,
Ilai-ris,

Janum. d.

1886, in Rochester, N. Y.,


live in

Edward

Eliot

They
*
5.

New

York.
12, 1858, in

Lillie, born January

Rochester, N. Y.

1. 2. 4. 5. 8. 5. 6. 5.
Lillie (Huntington) Seaman, born January 12, 1858, in Rochester. N. Y.; married, July 15, 1879, in Rochester, N. Y., Frank ^Morgan Seaman.
1.

Julian Huntington, born December


lives in

8,

1889, in Brooklyn, N. Y.;

Yonkers, N. Y.
20, 1893, in

2.

Philip Huntington, born November lives in Yonkers, N. Y.

Yonkers, N. Y.;

1.2.4. 6.
Hezekiah Huntington, born in Norwich, Conn., December 16, 1696. He married for his first wife. July 9. 1719, Hannah Frink, who died Sej)tember He married for his second wife, ]\Iarch 23, 174.S-9. widow Dorothy 4, 1746.
Williams, of Bristol, Conn., and she died, Fcbrnary 27, 1774,
In 1721 he
in

her67thycar.

and

liis

wife united with the First Congregational Church of Norwich,

of

1737.

which they both became useful mend)ers. being himself appointed deacon in In the civil history of his town and state, he also became a prominent

man.

He showed

himself ever ready to second and aid any enterprise, either

in business, in civil or in religious affairs,

which promised

to

promote the secuof the

lar or religit)us interests of his native

town.

He was

member

Con-

necticut Council from 174n to 1743, and again from 1748 to 17 73.

He was

appointed ensign in May, 1728.


the Connecticut Militia.

He

attained the rank of lieutenant-colonel in

As

the crisis of our revolutionary history approached,

he took a decided stand with the patriots of that day. His name is at the head of that committee of fourteen, of the prominent patriots of Norwich, who were called by their fellow-townsmen to direct the movement of the people, in lie was prominent in the earnthe threatened contlict with the mother-land,
est controversy

which ended

in nuiking

Norwich half-shiretown

of the county.

He won the
his brother,

third place in that

honored

trio,

consisting of James, (1.4. 10.) Isaac,

and himself.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
;

229

He proved himself an intelligent and scholarly man and we find his name among the subscribers to that work, so rare for its day, the Chronology of Thomas Prince. lie was deputy to General Court in May, 1734^^, and assistlie was appointed Judge of the County and served in this olhce. with no less success and distinction than in others he had filled. In the midst of his official duties he died very suddenly, in Xew London, February 10, 17 73. His gravestone in the old " His burying-ground, in Norwich Town, contains this well-earned tribute piety, affability, prayers and example, wisdom and experience, endeared him to his friends and the State."

ant from 1751 to 1756 inclusive.


in 1752,

Court

CHILDREN, BORN IN NORWICH, CONN.


1.

Hannah,

2.

born July 1, 1720, and died, unmarried, March 23, 1744. Anne, born August 1722. She married, July 28, 1747, Prosper Wetmore, who was a prominent man in Norwich, being high sheriff of the county, when he died, in 1788. They had one sou, Andrew, born in Norwich, October 30, 1751,
!,

and died next month.


for his second wife,

She died August 12, 1754. He married Keturah C'lieesebrough of Stonington, by

3.

4.

whom he had six children. Eunice, born December 1, 1724, and died October 30, 1732. Hkzekiah, born August 10, 1726. He graduated at Yale in 1744, and died a captive in (Quebec, ]\Iay 14, 1747, as Sylvester Judd
states.

5. 6.

Elias, born October Abigail, born June


1748,

31, 1721),
22,

1731.

and died May 20, 1730. She married, first, September


birtli is

1,

Thomas

Frink, and for her second

husband, Rev. Mr.


recorded in Nor-

Conant.

She had one daughter whose

wich: Hannah, born July 20. 1740.


7.

8.

9.

Elljah, born March 2, 1732-4, and died April 13, 1734. Eunice, born June 12, 1735, and married, March 24, 1757, John Williams. She died 1766. Dorothy, born September 27, 1737, and married, April 26, 1764, Rev. Abiel Leonard, 8. x. d., of Woodstock. They had one daughter. After the death of his wife, Dr. Leonard married a jNIiss Green, of Bi-istol, R. I., by whom he had five childi-en. Dr. Leonard was born in Plymouth, Mass., November 5, 1740, and was a son of Rev. Nathaniel and Priscilla (Rogers) Leonard. He graduated at Harvard College, in 1740, and was settled in Woodstock, Conn., (Muddy Brook), in 1763. In 1775 he was appointed chaplain in the revolutionary army, and continued in this service until 1778. The following extract from Rev. Mr. Learned's account of the churches and ministers in Windham
County, Conn., will explain his mournful end.
that in the

" Tradition says

summer

of 1778, he

was

called

home from

the

army

230

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
by the sickness of a child furlough, he was met on
been superseded in
put an end to his
14, 1778."
10.
life,
;

that having overstaid the period of

his return

by the report

that he

had

office.

This news so affected him, that he western part of Connecticut, August

in the

GuRDON, born August 14, 1739. He graduated at Yale in 1757. He married November 8, 1764, Mrs. Lydia Lathrop, and died in
His widow Norwich, December 28, 1767, leaving no children. married Elisha Lathrop, January 11, 1775, and had by him two

11. 12.

sons and one daughter. Lucy, born December 18, 1741, and married Samuel Williams. Hannah, born November 3, 1750. She married, December 11, "A 1771, Joshua (L 3. 3. 4. 1. 3.) and died April 23, 1815. memorial of her virtues will live as long as any one remains who had the happiness to know her."

1.2.4.
Sarah (Huntington) Bingham,
5,
;

7.
in

born

NorAvich Town,

Ct.,

January

1699-1700; married April 23,1724, Thomas, son of Thomas Bingham of Windham she was bis second wife. The record of their children's birth is on
th^ Norwich books as follows.

CHILDREN.
1.

2. 3.

Sarah born March 7, 1730-1. Thomas, born October 12, 1732. Tryphena, born September 30, 1735.

1.2.4.9.
September

Judith (Huntington) Leffingwell, born in Norwich Town, Ct., 10, 1707; married November 10, 1725, Samuel, son of Samuel

Leffingwell.

He

died August

6,

1753.

children.
1.

Hannah,

born September 22, 1726.

2.

3.

Judith, born January 28, 1728-9. Joanna, born February 21, 1730-1.

4.
5.
6.
7.

Samuel, born May 22, 1732. Cyrus, born September 12, 1734. Jeremiah, born January 17, 1736-7.
Eunice, born June 20, 1739. Sarah, born June 26, 1742. Asa, born June 4, 1745. RuFUS, born April 16, 1750, and died November

8.
9.

10.

28, 1752.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
1. 2. 4.

231

10.

Norwich, Conn., November 14, 1709, and married, November 5, 173.5, Civil, daiigliter of Simon and Mary (Leffingwell) Tracy of Norwich. She was born December 8, 1712, and died February 13, 1748-9.

John Huntington, born

in

He

married, for his second wife, in 1749, Mary, sister of his


the town
to

first

Avife,

who

died,

March 7, 178ti. His name occurs on among its officers, though he does not seem

records occasionally

have been prominent, as his


in

brothers were.
first

He

united with the First Church in Norwich, in 1742, his


is called Sibil, in 1744, and his second wife brewing a considerable portion of his life.

wife,

who on

the record
in

1758.

He was engaged

CHILDKEN.
1.

He graduated at the New John, born in Norwich, August, 1736. Jersey CoUege in 1759, joined the First Church in Norwich in 1760, and received his INTaster's degree from Harvard in 1763. He
entered the Christian ministry, being ordained and installed

over the third Congregational church in Salem, Mass., September

fullness

His early ministry gave much promise of future useand eminence, but the hopes of his people and friends Quick cousumjition brought him to were soon disappointed. what all good peojik' thought to be an untimely end. Though he had scarcely made proof of his fine talents, yet he had won a generous confidence in his great abilities, and still more in his
28, 1763.

deep and fervent piety.

He
1738.

died, without marrying, in Salem,

May
*
* *
2.

30. 1766.
6,

Solomon, born August

3.

Andrew,

born July

8,

1740.

4.
5.
6.
7.

Ezra, born June

21, 1742.

* *

Thomas, born January 13, William, born December


Caleb, born
17, 1795,

1744-5,
30, 1746.
4,

in

Norwich, February
(1. 3. 6. 2. 4. 1.)

1748-9.

He

married, June

Anne,

who

died in Norwich, Septem-

ber 16, 1851.


1788,

He

united with the First

and was chosen deacon of it cellent man and devout Christian.

in 1808.

Church of Norwich in He was a most exdied

He

lived to a very advanced

age, preserving his faculties remarkably.

He

March

1,

1842.

They had four children who died

in infancy

and were not named.

1.

2.4. 10. 2.
in

Solomon Huntington, born

Norwich, Conn., August

6,

1738.

He

married Dimis Fuller, and lived in Hebron, Conn., where he was a saddler. He died June 4, 1798. and his widow is believed to have died in East Haddam,
in 1800, to

which place she

is

said to have

moved from Hebron.

232

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
CHILDREN.
This family were
1.

all

born
1

in

Hebron.
1

Civil, born in

765, mai-ried Caleb Gillet of Colchester in

790,

and

died in 1841.
2.

They had

children.

See

1. 3. 6. 2. 1. 1.

DiMis, born in 1767, married Samuel (1.

3.

6.

2.

1.

5.)

of

East

Haddam.
3.

Mary,
Vt,,

born in 1769, married Benj'amin Bissel of

St.

Johnsbury,

where she died March


in 1771.

13, 1813.

* *

4.
5. 6.

Solomon, born
John, born
OziAS, born

in 1775.
in 1777.

He

lived in Norwich, Conn.,

where he died

July 20, 1810, having never married.


*
7.

8.

Ralph, born in 1779. Philoxena, born in

1781, married

Heman

Phelps, a farmer of

Syracuse, N. Y., in 1799, and died June 19, 1829.

9.

Jahed, born December


6. 2. 1. 1. 1.)

22, 1784.
(1. 3.

10.

Lauija, born in 1786, married, April 1817, William Silliman


of East

Haddam, and died May

2,

1826.

1.2.4. 10. 2.4.


Solomon Huntington,
and from 1837
in Milan, Ohio,

born

in

Hebron, Conn.,
died,

in

1771; married
in

in

1797, Betsey Fowler, and lived in East

Haddam, Conn., and


June
5,

Lenox, N. Y.,

where he

1848.

children.

The
1.

first

four of these children were born in East


25, 1799,

Haddam.
single,

Joseph Fowler, born October


29, 1847, in Milan, Ohio.

and died

August

2.

3.

DiMis Fuller, born December 4, 1800, and died November 4, 1814. Elizabeth, born August 22, 1802, and died August 15, 1880, in
Benzonia, Mich.

4.

Margaret Hurlburt,
March
1,

born September

8,

1804, and died single,

1843.

5.
6.

Solomon Theodore,

born February

6,

1807.

Laura Harriet,
ber 10, 1840, in

born February

20, 1809,

and died

single,

Octo-

New

Haven, Conn.
January
31, 1811.

7.

William Ozias, born

in Colchester, Conn.,

1.2.4. 10.2.4.5.
Solomon Theodore Huntington, born February
Ohio; married, in 1832, Laura Hall, in Lee, Mass.
6,

1807, in Milan,

They

resided in Syracuse,

N. Y., where two


18, 1873.

of their children

were

born, and where he died February

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
CHILDREN.
1.

233

Laura Ann,
N. Y.

born in Lee, Mass., in March, 1833; died


in Lee, Mass., January, 1836,

in

Syracuse,

2.

William, born

and died

in 1845. in

3.

Martha,
cuse,

born in Syracuse, N. Y., in August, 1846; died


in

Syra-

N. Y.
Syracuse in 1847, and died in 1852.

4.

Louis Theodore, born

1.

2.4.10.2.4.7.
31,

William Ozias Huntington, born January


Conn.; married, July
2,

1811, in Colchester,

David She was born, January 21, 1817, in Lynn, Mass. He was a farmer, and moved from Lynn, Mass., to Milan, Ohio, in 1845; His wife to Benzonia, Mich., in May, 1864, where he died April 19, 1892. died, in the same town, March 31, 1879. He was a member of the Congre1839, in Lynn, Mass., Elizabeth, daughter of
Oliver.

gational Church, serving as Trustee for a long time.

CHILDREN.
1.

Harriet Elizabeth, born August


married, January
C,

24,

1841,

in

Lynn, Mass.;

187G,in Benzonia, Midi., Dr.


in

Dunlap, and died April 30, 1905,


*
2. 3.

High

Point,

James Morgan Mo.

Sarah Maria, born April Charles William, born

25, 1844.

April 19, 1846, in Milan, O., and died


23, 1848, in Milan, O.,

in April, 1847, in Milan, O.


4.

William Joseph, born October

and died

*
*
*

5. 6.
7.

December, 1848, in Milan, O. Margaret, born March 9, 1850. Edward Theodore, born October

17, 1852.

Ralph Walter,

born January

19, 1857.

1.2.4. 10.2.4. 7.
Sarah Maria (Huntington) Hubbell,
Lynn, Mass.; married, June
bell.

2.
born
April
21,

1844,

in

14, 1866, in

Benzonia, Mich., John James Hub-

She died

May

1,

1884, in

Benzonia, Mich.

Mr. Hubbell resides

in

Manistee, Mich.

children.
1.

Clarence William,

consulting engineer, Detroit, Mich.

2.

3.

John, civil engineer, Portland, Ore. Rena, married Mason Smith. They

live in

L'onwood, Mich.

234
1.
married,

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

2.4. 10.2.4. 7.5.

Margaret (Huntington) Smith, born March 9, 1850, in ISIilan, O.; May 6, 1875, in Benzonia, Mich., David, son of Thomas and Elizabeth (Richey) Smith. He was born, October 2, 1834, in Mansfield, ()., and

was married once previous to this marriage. Mr. Smith was a farmer, and attended Oberliu College three years. He served through the Civil War as first sergeant in the First Independent Ohio Battery. He enlisted in 18(51, and was mustered out at the close of the war. He was a successful teacher in Illinois, was in the mercantile business for about five years in Mansfield, Ohio, and County Judge for several years in Oskaloosa, Kansas; a man of culture and sterling character. He moved from Mansfield, Ohio, to Lyons, Kan., in 1878; to Oskaloosa, Kan., in 1881, where he died, March 14, 1902. Mrs. Smith removed to Manhattan, Kan., in November, 1902, where she now resides. He was, and she is, a Congregationalist.

CHILDREN.
*
1. 2.

Guy Huntington,
October

born December

2,

1876. 1879, in Lyons, Kan.; died,

William Oliver, born January


21, 1885, in Oskaloosa,
8,

8,

Kan.

Nellie, born February


1880, in Lyons.

1880, in Lyons, Kan.; died February 18,

*4. *5.
*
6.
7.

Jay Latimer, born October 22, 1881. Stanley Van, born March 25, 1883.
Curtis Avery, born December
12, 1885.

8.

Margaret Grace, born January 31, 1888. Harlan David, born October 28, 1890, in

Oskaloosa, Kan. He was Assistant in JournaHsm in Kansas State Agricultural College, and lives in Los Angeles, Calif., and is writing for the magazines.

1.2.4. 10.2.4.7. 5.1.


Guy Huntington Smith,
He
is

born December

2,

1876, in Mansfiehl, O.;

married, January 13, 1904, Cora Hughes, of Versailles, Mo.


a salesman in Topeka, Kansas, where they reside.

CHILDltEN.
1.

1'aul Huntington, born January 22, 1905.

2.

Wendell Logan,

born October

7,

1907.

1. 2. 4.

10. 2. 4. 7. 5. 4.
22, 1881, in Lyons, Kan.; married,

Jay Latimer Smith, born October


February
21, 1910,

Blanche llobertson, of Manhattan, Kan.

He

is

County

Agriculturist for Coos County, Ore.

HtJNTlKGTON GENEALOGY.
CHILD.
1.

235

David Robertson, born May

31, 1913.

1. 2. 4.
ried,

10. 2. 4. 7. 5. 5.
25, 1883, in

Stanley Van Smith, born March


June
2,

Oskaloosa, Kan.; mar-

1913, Myrle Peppers, of Fort Collins, Colo.

He

is

County Agri-

culturist for

Pueblo County, Colo.

CHILD.
1.

Laura

jNIargarkt, born August

11, 1914.

1. 2. 4.

10. 2. 4. 7. 5. 6.

Curtis Avery Smith, born December 12, 1885, in Oskaloosa, Kan.; married, June 4, 1909, in Portland, Ore., Nona McDonald, of Davenport, Iowa. He is financial clerk for the Inspector of Prisons in Alberta. They reside in Edmonton, Alberta. CHILDREN.
1.
2.

Helen Margaret, born November 13, Betty Josephine, born June 30, 1913.
1. 2. 4.

1910.

10. 2. 4. 7. 5. 7.

Margaret Grace (Smith) Graves,


loosa, Kan.; married,

of

Kansas City,

born January 31, 1888, in OskaAugust 7, 1909, in Manhattan, Kan., Roy Ralph Graves, Kan. He is professor of dairying in the Oregon State Agri-

cultural College, in Corvallis, Ore.

1.

Robert Jackson,

born July

17, 1913.

1. 2. 4.

10. 2. 4. 7.6.
born October
17, 1852, in

Edward Theodore Huntington,


ter of Curtis Chittenden

Milan,

Ohio; married, September 17, 1879, in Benzonia, Mich., Sarah

Emma, daughShe was born


to

and Martha Jane (Smith) Baldwin.

December

28, 1854, in Mansfield, Ohio.

He
Mich.

lived in Milan, Ohio, until

May,

1864,

when he moved

Benzonia,
in the

He was

a farmer, and lived on the old homestead, near Benzonia,

Mich., untU 1892,

when he moved

to

Benzonia Village, and was a clerk

general store four years.


for himself since 1897.

He

has been in the general merchandise business


at present

They

are Congregationalists, and Mr. Huntington


of the

is

Deacon

and Treasurer

Church, and has held these

offices for

a number of years.

236

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
CHILDREN, BORN IN BENZONIA, MICH.
1.

Nellie Adda, born August

18,

1880

married June

27, 1906, in

Benzonia, Mich., John Franklin, son of Neil and Jean (Morrison)

Munroe. He was born November 10, 1876, in ElkEapids, Mich. Mr. Munroe is a dentist, a graduate from the University
of

Michigan Dental College

in 1903.

They

are Congregational-

ists,
2.

and

live in

Benzonia, Mich.
29, 1882.

Elizabeth Belle, born June

3.

4.

Ethel Alice, born Harold Baldwin,


in

July

17, 1884.

born June
27, 1899,

27, 1892,

and died March

28, 1899,

Benzonia, Mich.

5.

Dorothy, born July


zonia, Mich.

and died August

12, 1899, in

Ben-

1. 2. 4.
January

10. 2. 4. 7. 7.
born January
19, 1857, in
]\Iilan, O.;

Ralph Walter Huntington,


married,
first,

4,

1887, in Spiegel Grane, Fremont, O.,

Cook, she was a cousin of Mrs. Rutherford B. Hayes.

Adda Scott She was born Novem-

ber 24, 1858, in Hartford City, Tnd., and died October 15, 1891, in Fremont, O. He married, second, June 30, 1898, in Buenos Ayres, Argentine Republic,

Eva Rose, daughter of Dr. Dion and Annie Blanch (Newbery) Thomas. She was born December 7, 1868, in Brooklyn, N. Y. He moved from Milan, O., to Benzonia, Mich., in 1864 to Norwalk, ().,
;

1878; to Pensacola, Fla., in 1884; to Moss Point, Miss., in 1886; to Cincinnati, O., in 1889; to N. Y. City, in 1895; to the Argentine Republic, S. A.,
in

in 1896,

where he now

lives.

to

He was sub-manager of the S. A. branch of the General 1910. He is now a patent attorney, practising in Buenos He was
a

Electric Co.

up

Ayres, and has

been admitted in the Supreme Court of the Argentine Republic, as an expert


public translator.

member

of a gold prospecting expedition sailing

from

New York

to

Terra del Fuego

in 1896, in a pilot

boat purchased in N. Y.

for that purpose.

He is now (1914) president of the ''American Society of the Biver Platte," He a patriotic organization of the United States citizens in South America.
was secretary three years, and vice president two years.

They

are Congregationalists.
S.

children, born in BUENOS AYRES, ARGENTINE REri'HMC,


1. 2.

A.

Annie Elizabeth, born July 8, 1899. Rose Purcell, born March 23, 1901.
1. 2. 4.

10. 2. 5.
in

John Huntington,
Townsend, and

born

in

Hebron, Conn.,
1'.

1775; married Eleanor

lived in Syracuse,

N.

He

died August 24, 1825.

huntington genealogy.
children, all born in syracuse,
1.

237
n. y.

Almond

F.

2. 3.

4.
5. 6.
7.

Eleanor. Minerva. Mary. Laura, married Angeline.


Ozias.

a Henderson.

8.

John, was

at

one time a carriage maker

in Peterboro,

N. Y.

1. 2. 4. 10. 2. 7.

Judith Horr.

Ralph Huntington, born in Hebron, Conn., in 1777; married He received his medical diploma from the Black "River
Surgeon
in

in 1806,

Medical

Society, he was
phis,

the

War

of 1812,

he practiced medicine

in

Men>1,

Mich.

He was

deacon in the Baptist Church there, and died March


13, 1862.

1861.

His widow died July

CHILDREN.
1.

Lewis, born in 1807, and married Matilda H. Hollister, in 1846. He was blind, and engaged in the grocery business in Canton, N. Y.

2, 3.

* *
*

Caroline M., born in 1809. Ozias, born April 11, 1812.

4. 5.
6.

Charles Ralph, born in 1814. Franklin Willis, born .January Sarah A., born in 1820; married,
living in

20, 1817.
in 1838,

Ayres White, a teacher,

Ogdensburg, N. Y.
B.,

7.

Elizabeth

born in 1823

married, in 1848, Rev. Allen

McLean,

a Baptist clergyman, and lived in Michigan.

8.
n.

Edwin Laura
Susan

G., born in 1827.

H., born in

1830, and married, in 1851,

Samuel

Flint, a

merchant, of Brockville, Canada West.


10.
J.,

born in 1836.

1.

2.4. 10.2.7.
February
8,

2.
23, 1809, in

Caroline M. (Huntington) Mitchell, born November


Denmark, N.
Mitchell.
Y.; married,

1830, in Morristown, N.

Y^.,

Ervin

W.
His

He was

born October
18, 1894.

15, 1802, in

Leeds, Upper Canada.


Y'.

He was
wife died

a farmer, and died June 21, 1881, in Ogdensburg, N.

December

238

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
CHILDREN.
*
1.

John

M., born December 17, 1830, in Morristown, N. Y.


F.,

2.

Lewis

born January

18,

1833, and

was

killed

at

Edwards

Ferry, Va., October 22, 1861.


3. 4.
5. 6.

Emily Jane,

born September

12, 1835.

Elizabeth L., born April 22, 1837; married June 28, 1855. Harrison, born May 12, 1840; married July 12, 1863.

Laura

D.,

born February

22, 1845; married,

February

19, 1867,

A. MacDonald.

1.

2.4. 10.

2. 7. 2. 1.
17,

John M. Mitchell, born December married, first, May 27, 1867, Amelia Carey;
Lillie

1830, in Morristown, N. Y.,


3,

married, second, January

1888,

M. Rosenbarger.
child.
1.

Caroline

A., born

November

12, 1890.

1.2. 4. 10.2. 7. 3.
Amarilla Delia Hyde.

OziAS Huntington, born April 11, 1812; married, September 14, 1837, She died November 16, 1896. He died April 7, 1892.
children.

1.

2.

3.

*
* *

4.
5.
6.

Charles Willis, born November 16, 1838. Freeman Farnum, born in 1840. Sarah A., born in 1842; married Ambrose Walker. Minerva Elizabeth, born August 6, 1844. Byron Ozias, born December 9, 1848. Alpha Delaware, born April 30, 1854.
1.

2. 4. 10. 2. 7. 3. 1.
16,

Charles Willis Huntington, born November


town, N. Y.; married, January
ter of
9,

1838, in ]\Iorris-

1867, in DePeyster,

David
is

S.

and Cynthia (Day) Walker.

N. Y., Eleanor, daughShe was born February 21,


1884, in Parishville, N. Y.

1843, in DePeyster, N. Y., and died September

6,

moved from Parishville to Ogdensburg, N. Y., in 1875. He is a graduate of the Ogdeusburg Academy. He served in the Civil War as Sergeant of Co. A, 16th New York ^'olun-

He

a merchant and farmer, and

teer Infantry; enlisted in June, 1861,

and received

his discharge in June,

1863.

He served as justice of the peace for four years, and has been Superintendent of the Sunday School, in the Baptist Churcli, of which he and his
wife are members.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
CHILDREN.
1.

239

Frank Willis,
in Rochester,

2.

May 16, 1870, in Ogdensburg, N. Y,; lives N. Y., where he is in the laundry business. Laura Louise, born August 1, 1873; and raamed June 15, 1900, They live in Denver, in Ogdensburg, N. Y., Silas Stanley Stone.
born
Col.

8.

Freeman Ambrose,
N. Y.

born January

17,

1878, in

Ogdensburg,

4.
b.

Herbert Wesley, Eleanor Adelia,


married,

born August
1914,
in

22, 1880, in Parishville,

N. Y.

born August 26, 1884, in Parishville, N. Y.;


25,

March

Carlson, of Svanhals, Sweden.


ate of the

Ogdensburg, N. Y., Eric Axel She is a trained nurse, a gradu-

Ogdensburg City Hospital.

They

live

in

Ogdens-

burg, N. Y.

1.2.4. 10.
X.
Y.; married,
live in

2. 7. 3.

1.4.
in Parishville,

Herbert Wesley Huntington,


June
29, 1911, in

born August 22, 1880,

They

Ogdensburg, N. Y., Mary Frances Bristow. Buffalo, N. Y., where he is a lawyer.

CHILDREN, BORN IN BUFFALO,


1.

N. Y.

Laura Schell,

2.

May 25, 1911. AiLEEN Frances, born May 30, 1913.


born

1.

2.4. 10.2. 7. 3.4.


born August
6,

Minerva Elizabeth (Huntington) Kellogg,


married,

1844;

November

6,

1866, Lieut.

Van
1,

Patten Kellogg.

He was

born Decem-

ber 30, 1842, and died September

1905.

He

served in the Civil

War.

children.
* *
1. 2.

Horace Ozias, born April 30, 1868, in Ogdensburg, N. Y. Minerva Huntington, l)orn February 12, 1870, in Ogdeusburf>-,
N. Y.

3.

ViviENNE Amarilla, born March


1873, in Junction City, Kan.

8,

1872, and died August 24,

4.

Frederick Van Patten, born December


City,

8,

18^5, in Junction

Kan.
born March
7,

5.

Alpha Byron,
ried,

187 7, in Junction City, Kan.; marINIartha A. Galloway.

6.

June 26, 1901, in New York, Halsey Willis, born June 2, 1882, 12, 1883, in New York, N. Y.

in

New

York, and died

May

240

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

1.

2.4. 10. 2. 7. 3.4. 1.

Horace Ozias Kellogg,


married

Emma

born April 30, 1868, in Ogdensburg, N. Y.; Jane Van Boskerck; she was born August 5, 1872, in Yonkers,

N. Y.

CHILDREN.
1.

Emma

2.

Rosabelle, born April 23, 1892, in Baltimore, Md. Carrie May, born December 30, 1893, in New York City, and died March 3, 1899, in White Plains, N. Y.

3.

Martha Minerva,

born Julv 27, 1899,

in AVhitc Plains,

N. Y.

1. 2. 4.

10. 2. 7. 3.4. 2.
born February
12. 1870,
8,

Minerva Huntington (Kellogg) Banker,


in

Ogdensburg, N. Y.; married, February Charles Freemont Banker.

1891, in

New York

City, Dr.

CHILDREN.
1.

Edna Grace,

born April

28, 1893, in

New York

City.

2.

4.

Charles Freemont, born November 26, 1896, in Brooklyn, N. died November 27, 1901, in Brooklyn, N. Y. Marion Elizabeth, born April 16, 1898, in Brooklyn, N. Y.

Y.;

1.

2.4. 10. 2.7. 3. 4. 4.


8,

Frederick Van Patten Kellogg, born December


City, Kan.; married,

1875, in Junction

December

18, 1898, at

Stony Point, N. Y.,

Anna Dora

Conkling.

children.
1.

Frederick Van Patten, born January


N. Y.

16, 1901, at

Stony Point,
Y.

2.

3.

Anna Vivienne, born December 23, 1904, at Stony Point, N. Dorothy M., born February 20, 1910, at Hackensack, N. J.

1. 2. 4.

10. 2. 7. 3. 5.
born December
in
9,

Byron Ozias Huntington,


daughter of John Montgomery.

1848

married, Sarah,

She died

Og<lensburg, September 17, 187 7.


City.

He

is in

the insurance business in

New York
child.

1.

Byron Fred,

born April

15, 1876.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

241

1.2.4. 10. 2.7. 3.5.


Byron Fred Huntington,
married, April
3,

1.

born April

15,

1876, in

New York

City

John She was born May 25, 1874, in New York City. He is a graduate of Riverview Academy, 1891, a traveling salesman, and a Baptist. They reside in New Rochelle, N. Y.
1897, in Baltimore, Md., Estelle Ottile A., daughter of

and Ernestine Schroder.

CHILD.
1.

Hazel Sarah, born March

29, 1899, in Baltimore,

Md.

1.2.4. 10.2. 7. 3. 6.
Alpha Delaware Huntington,
N.
Y.; married in 1884,

born April 30, 1854,


in

Margaret Ryan,

N. Y.

City,

in Ogdensburg, where he died April 3,

1910.

CHILD.
1.

Ozias Alpha, died

in 1892.

1. 2. 4.

10. 2. 7. 4.
mar-

ried, first, in 1841,

Charles Ralph Huntington, born in 1814, in New York, N. Y.; Mary S. Jones; married, second, Eliza Ann Healey.
CHILDREN.

*
*

1.

2.

Judith, born November 3, 1842. James Jones, born August 10, 1844.

Mary

3.

Charles, born March


John Muse.

10,

1847
6,

lives in

Kansas

City,

Mo.

4.

Flora Sophia, born May


She died

1855; married in Bowling Green, Mo.,

in October, 1903, in

Bowling Green, Mo.

*5.
6.

Hattie Lucretia, born April 26, 1858. Franklin Homer, born October 23, 1862
City,

married in Jefferson

Kansas City, Mo. Bailey Myron, born October 31, 1871; married January 9, 1901, in Louisiana, Mo., Sarah Victoria, daughter of William Henry and Nancy Caroline (Spencer) Owen. She was born October They live in Louisiana, Mo., where he is at the head 23, 1879. of a department store. Clara D., born September 18, 1874; married in Louisiana, Mo., and
lives in

and
16

lives in

New

Mexico.

242

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
1. 2.4. 10. 2. 7.4. 1. Mary Judith (Huntington) Howell, born Novombor

3,

1842, iu

Bowling Green, Mo.; married, March 13, 1867, in Bowling Green, Mo., James He was born March 13, 1842, in Bowling Green, INIarvin, son of Eli Howell. Mo. ]Mr. Howell was a farmer. Mrs. Howell died April 18, 1894, in Bowling
Green, Mo.

Mr. Howell

is

also dead.

They were

Baptists.

CHILDREN, BOKN IN PIKE COUNTY, MO.


1.

AuTHUR Maywood,
Washington.

born December 22, 1867;

lives in

Tacoma,

2.

3.

4.

Charles Erastus, born May 4, 1869; lives in St. Lonis, Missouri. Homer Huntington, born August 21, 1873, and is dead. Jay J., born August 30, 1875 lives in Los Angeles, California.
;

1.2.4. 10. 2.7.4.2.


James Jones Huntington, born August
Mo.; married, December
of Peter in Liberty, Mo.,
9,

10, 1844, in

Bowling Green,

1866, in Liberty, Mo., Juliette Hewett, daughter

She was born ]\Iarcli 13, 1844, and died in Kansas City, ISIo., May 13, 1908. He served in the Union Army during the Civil War. He enlisted in He was a non-commissioned officer in 1862, and was mustered out in 1865. Company C, M. S. M. Cavalry, and was detached for service at headquarters in the field. He was in the U. S. Revenue Service for fifteen years.
Buel and Elizabeth (Hendley) Grant.

children.
1.

Charles Orvill,
in

born November

18, 1870, in

Liberty, ]Mo.; lives

Kansas City, Mo.

2.

3.

Anna, born February 9, 1873, in T^iberty, Mo.: married James Kay Morton, They live in Kansas City, Mo. James Jones, born April 15, 1889; married June 14, 1908, his
cousin,

Nina Alma, (1. 2. 4. 10. 2. 7. 4. 5. 2.) daughter and Hattie Lucretia ^'enable, in Kansas City, ^lo.

of

James

1.

2.4. 10.2. 7.4. 5.


Ajjril 26,
first,

Hattie Lucretia (Huntington, Venable) Smith, born


1858, in Potsdam, N. Y.; married,
ISIo.,

October

26, 1884, in

October
tist.

James Venable. He was born October 1, 1858, in i\lr. Venable was a farmer, and a Bap26, 1893, in Laddonia, Mo.

Bowling Green. Clark sville, Mo., and died

Mrs. Vena})le married, second, Sejjtember 8. 1894, in Mexico, ]\Io., He was born INlarch 16, 1820, in Springfield, Pa., and Joseph Palmer Smith. He was married once before this died December 4, 1901, in Laddonia, Mo. ^Nlrs. Smith resides marriage, and was a Deacon in the Universalist Church.
in Laddonia,

Mo.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
CHILDREN.
1.

243

(yen able).

2.

Fkank Rufus, born October 15, 1886, iu Bowling Green, Mo.;' died May 8, 1900, in Laddonia, Mo. Nina Alma, born April 15, 1889, iu Bowling Green, Mo.; married
June
14, 1908, in
(1. 2. 4. 10. 2. 7. 4. 2. 3.).

Kansas City, Mo., James J. Huntington, They live in Kansas City, Kan.
(smith).

Jr.,

CHILD.
3.

Jo Zelma, born July

4, 1896, in Laddonia, Mo., where she lives.

1.2.4. 10.
N.
Y.; married,

2. 7. 5.

20, 1817, in LeRoy, September 20, 1841, in Canton, N. Y., Susan Maria, daughter of Abiram and Sarah (Palmer) Kingsbury. She was born December 26,1821, in Ogdensburg, N. Y. He was a druggist and manufacturer of proprietary medicine. He spent his early years in St. Lawrence Co., N. Y. About 1840 he went South, and with his wife engaged iu educational work at Paris, Ky. Not being in sympathy with the institution of slavery, they returned to Canton, N. Y., where he engaged in the drug business for several years. In 1850 he removed to Port Huron, Mich., where he opened a drug and book store. Later he engaged in the manufacture and sale of proprietary medicine, known as Huntington's Family Remedies, in which business he continued until his death, which occurred in Port Huron, Mich., August 26, 1873. His wife died October 20, 1892, in Port Huron. They were Baptists.

Franklin Willis Huntington, born January

CHILDREN.
1.

Sarah Judith,

born January

15, 1843, in Paris, Ky.; died

Febru-

ary 23, 1843, in Kentucky.

* *
*

2.

3.

Adelaide Sophia, born January Flora Thompson, born January

18, 1844.

27, 1846.

4.
5.

Mary
died

Elizabeth, born July

18, 1848.
5,

Franklin Lewis, born December

1849, in Canton, N. Y., and

May

25, 1855, in Port

Huron, Mich.
1,

6.

Charles Reighly, born November


and died September
18, 1853.

1851, in Port

Huron, Mich.,

7.

George, born November


AViLLis, born April
4, 1861.
5,

24, 1853.

8.

1861, in Port Huron, Mich.,

and died

May

1.

2.4. 10.2. 7. 5.2.


18, 1844, iu

Adelaide Sophia (Huntington) Jones, born January

Canton, N. Y.; married, April 15, 1868, in Port Huron, Mich., George William, son of William D. and Sarah (Wilber) Jones. He was born June 27, 1841, in
Phelps, N. Y.

244
iMr.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
Jones was a dry goods merchant.

He

died

his wife died

December

22, 1904, in

Alpena, Mich.

December 9, 1906, and They were Episcopalians.

CHILDREN.
*
1.

Floka Eliza,
Sarah, born
Huron,
in

boin March

7,

1869.
4,

2.

November, 1873, and died January

1874, in Port

]\lich.

1. 2. 4.

10. 2. 7. 5. 2. 1.
born March
7, 1<S69,

Flora Eliza (Jones) MacGregor,


on, Mich.;

in

Port Hur-

married, July

9,

1890, in Alpena, Mich., Charles Arthur, son of


in
is

Mahlon Burwell and Margaret Jane (Banghart) MacGregor. He was born Lambeth, Canada, July 31, 1863. He was formerly a shoe merchant, and now in real estate business. They live in Alpena, ^lich.

CHILDREN, BORN IN ALPENA, MICH., WHERE THEY


1. 2. 3.

NOW

LIVE.

Arthur Huntington, born May 2, 1891. Margaret Adelaide, born December 20, Mahlon Jones, born January 14, 1899.

1893.

1.2.4. 10.

2.

7.5. 3.
27, 1846, in
INIich.,

Flora Thompson (Huntington) Avery, born January


Canton, N. Y.; married, September 14, 1869, in Port Huron,
Orlando, son of Newel and

Edward

Nancy Clapp (Eddy)

Aver}-.

He was

born Octo-

ber 23, 1844, in Bradley, Me.


enlisted in the Civil

two year.s at the Kalamazoo College, Mich., when he War, and so did not graduate. He served as corporal in He enlisted August 27, Company H, 3d Regiment Mich. Vol. Infantry. 1864, and was discharged May 25, 1866. He was a lumberman. He was a Congregatioualist, and served two years Mr. Avery was
for

as trustee of

the

church

in

Alpena, Mich.

He

died

October

9,

1899, in

Alpena, Mich.

child.
1.

Ruth Huntington,

born November

6,

18 72, in Alpena, Mich.;

married June 14, 1899, in Alpena, Henry Killmaster Gustin. She died October 25, 1899, in Alpena, Mich.

1.

2.4. 10.

2. 7. 5. 4.
18, 1848, in Canton, Huron, Mich., Frederick Allen, son of

Mary Elizabeth
N.
Y.; married.

(Huntin(;ton) Fish, born July


Mr. Fish
is

May

17, 1870, in Port

Allen and Elizia Adeline (Little) Fish.


the U. S. Customs.

Government

official in

HUNTINGTOX GENEALOGY.

245

He
as
as

attended the Kalamazoo College for three years, served seven years

Alderman, was six years in the Militia service, and for fifteen years served Deacon and Clerk of the Church. They are living in Port Huron, Mich.

CHILDREN.
1.

Alice Huntington, born August


married, February
Blanchai-d
;

17, 1874, in

Port Huron, Mich.;

6,

1902,

in

Port Huron, Mich., Mun-ay


City,

they live in

New York
3,

N. Y.
6,

2.

Susy Adeline, born


Port Huron, Mich.

.Fanuary

1880, and died July

1887, in

1. 2. 4. 10. 2. 7. 5. 7.

George Huntington,

born November 24, 1853,

in

Port Huron, Mich.:

married, Deceml)er 20, 1884, in Alpena, Mich., Fannie Scarlett, daughter of

Benjamin Frederick and Harriet (Dove) Cheesbro.


18, 1865, in

She was born January

Saginaw,

:\rich.

He
ing.

passed a competitive examination for entrance to

West

Point, the

highest in a class of eighteen, but was rejected on account of imperfect hear-

He

is

now a

traveling salesman.

They

live in

Ann

Arbor, Mich.

children.
1.

Franklin Willis, born June

12, 1889, in

Port Huron, Mich.

2.

Ralph Cheesbro,

born November

17, 1892, in Detroit,

Mich.

3.

Normandy Scarlett,
1. 2. 4.

born April

14, 1898, in Detroit,

Mich.

10. 2. 7. 8.
in

Edw^in G. Huntington, born in 1827; married Partet, and was a mechanic in Canton, N. Y.
CHILD.
1.

1849.

Catherine

Nellie

E.,

born

in 1851, in

Canton, N. Y.

1.

2.4.10.2.

9.

Jared Huntington,
ried, first,

born December 22, 1784, in Hebron, Conn.; marin 1809, in E^ast

in 1782, in

She was born Haddain, Conn. He married, second, September 9, 1818, in Gwego, N. Y., Martha Draper. She was born September 29, 1794, in Wethersfield, Conn., and died April 11, 187 7. He moved to East Haddam about 1800, and in 1810 was appointed Corporal of
6,

November

1808, in Columbia, Conn., Elvira Bliss.

Lebanon. Conn., and died

the
to

first

Company
Y".,

in the 24th in 1813.

Regiment

of Connecticut Militia.

He removed
Captain of the

Owego, N.

He was

appointed,

May

30, 1817,

246

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

Band of Musicians in the Fifty-third Regiment of Mlitia of New York. On March 17, 1821, he was commissioned, by Gov. DeWitt Clinton, as Paymaster The original warof the 19th Division of Infantry of the State of New York.
rants and commission of his military appointments are in the jjossession of his

descendants.

He was Town
for twelve years.

Clerk in

Owego

for thirty years,

and Justice

of the

Peace

He was

a Presbyterian, and a deacon in the church for


2,

many

years.

He

died in Owego, July

1861.

CHILDREN, WITH THE EXCEPTION OF THE FIRST,

WERE

BORN IN OWEGO,
1.

N. Y.

Jared

Bliss, born May 2, 1809, in East Haddam, Conn.; married, October 31, 1835, in Syracuse, N. Y., Dimis, daughter of Heman and Philoxena Phelps. She died August 8, 1851, and he died February 19, 1851, in Syracuse, N. Y.
19,

2.

Elvira Matilda, born July


1846, in Owego, N. Y.,

1819; married,
Swift.

November

26,

James IMayhew

She died Febru-

ary 27, 1854, in Brooklyn, N. Y.


*
3.

4.

Adeline Elizabeth, born September 4, 1821. Emily Catherine, born August 9, 1823; married, September
Owego, N. Y., Jared Fuller Phelps, a died November 5, 1S87, in Cazenovia, N. Y.
1842, in
dentist.

7,

She

* *

5. 6.
7.

Martha Anna,

born October

12, 1825.

William Silliman, born December 14, 1827. Harriet Laura, born January 30, 1830; married, June 4, 1856, in OwesTO, N. Y., James Mayhew Swift. She died September 10,
1901, in Cazenovia, N. Y.

8.

George Milnor,
in

born August 8, 1832; married, October 1, 1857, Binghampton, N. Y., Louise Denton. He was a pioneer telegrapher, and learned telegra])hy in 1847, and took his first office in 1848 at Jefferson (now Watkins,) at the head of Seneca Lake, then the terminus of the Erie Railroad. He was soon

made express and


duties.

ticket agent, in addition to

his telegraph

In 1850 he went to California, but returned after two

years and a half, and took position again on the Erie road as
division operator and train dis])atcher on the

Susquehanna and

Western

divisions,

in 1862 he was called to Washington, and


of military railroads

made superintendent
office

under the military

director. General D. C. IVIcCallum.

His administration of this

received high commendation from Gen. Grant.

At the

close of the

War

he went to Nashville, Tenn., and for a short

time was engaged in mercantile pursuits, and then became


superintendent of telegraph and train dispatchers on the Nash'

ville

and Chattanooga

railroad.

In 1868 he went to

New

York,

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGT.
where he was agent
he went to
St. Paul,

247
In 1873

of the

Great Southern Mail Route.

Minn., to be general passenger and ticket


in 1874 to

agent of the

West Wisconsin Railway, but returned

take the position of general eastern agent of the Piedmont Line.


the last ten years of his life, and died His wife survived him. Charles Theodoke, born November 18, 1834; married, January 23, 1890, a widow, Sarah E. Crolius, in Brooklyn, N. Y. He
lived in

He

Xew York

December

28, 1911.

9.

died

May

10, 1899, in

Brooklyn, N. Y.

1. 2. 4.

10. 2. 9. 3.
4,

Adeline Elizabeth (Huntington) Platt, born September

1821;

married October 17, 1850, in Owego, X. Y., Frederick Edward, son of William

and Lesbia (Hinchman) Platt. He was born September 21, 1819, in Owego, N. Y. Mr. Platt was a banker, and lived in Xew York City, Masillon, O., and Owego, X. Y., where he died Ajnil 22, 19u6. llis wife died January 14, 1873, in the same town. They were Presbyterians, and 'Sir. Platt was an Elder in the Church for fifty years.

CHILD KEN.
1.

Son.
died June 7, 1862, in Owego, X. Y. Lesbia, married June 1, 1901, William Anthony Klein, Owego, X. Y. They live in Binghanipton, X, Y.
in

2. 3.

Adeline Elizabeth,

Anna

1. 2. 4. 10. 2. 9. 5. Martha Anna (Huntington) Hanchett, born

October

12, 1825, in

Owego, X. Y.; married, June 27, 1848, in Owego, X. Y., Milton Waldo, son of Dr. John Wilkes and jNIargaret (Granger) Hanchett. He was born July 12,
1822, in Suffield, Conn.

Mr. Hanchett was a druggist, a dentist, and an insurance agent. After coming of age, he lived throughout his life in Syracuse, X. Y., except that for one year, 1850-1, he was a resident of Hartford, Conn. Mrs. Hanchett died September 25, 1.S90, and her husband died December 28. 1904. The\' were Congregationalists, and INIr. Hanchett was organist of the Church and superintendent of the Sunday School.

CHILDREN.
1.

Fanny Zellina,

born January

25, 1850, in Syracuse,

X. Y., and

died July 29, 1850, in Syracuse.


2.

Henry Granger,
ried, first,

born August 29, 1853, in Syracuse, X. Y.; mar22, 1886, in Dover, Del.,

June

Ophelia Murphy.

She

died February

1,

1897.

He

married, second, February 22, 1898,

248
in

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

3.

New York City, Grace Mather. Dr. Hanchett is a professor and teacher of music, as well as a homeoijathic physician. Addie Elvira, born September 9, 1856, and died November 8, 1893, in Syracuse, N. Y.
1.

2.4. 10.2. 9.6.


born December
14, 1827, in

William Silliman Huntington,


N.
Y.;

Owego,

married,

November

15,

1860, in Cleveland, O., Cornelia Winslow,

(1. 2. 4. 3. 10. 6. 2. 4.)

daughter of Winslow Tracy and Almira (Carson) Hunt3,

ington.
21,

She was born August 1889, in Syracuse, N. Y.

1837,

in

Ohio City,

O.,

and died April

He

held a position in the

Army

Line Railway during the Civil War.

He

lived in Cleveland, O., for a few years between 1860

the remainder of his

life in

Syracuse, N. Y.,

and 1867, and thereafter where he died March 28, 1912.

CHILD.
*
1.

Nellie Swift, born September

28, 1864, in

Owego, N. Y.

1. 2. 4. 10. 2. 9. 6. 1.
Nellie Swift (Huntington) Chase, born September
Owego, N.
Y.;
28, 1864, in

married, September

5,

1888, in Syracuse, N. Y., Carleton

Austin, son of Austin Carleton and Harriet

M. (Stevens) Chase.

He was

born November 25, 1864, in Syracuse, N. Y. Mr. Chase is president of the Syracuse Chilled Plow Co., and resides
in Syracuse,

N. Y.
CHILD.
born December 31, 1891,
in

1.

Marjory Huntington,
N. Y. 1.

Syracuse,

2.4. 10. 3.
8,

Andrew Huntington,
Landphere.

born July

1740.

He married,

in 1764,

Lucy

They

lived

in

Griswold, Conn., where he was deacon in the

Congregational church for fifty-one years, and where he died in 1830.

CHILDREN, born IN GRISWOLD, CONN.


1.

Lucy, born June


October, 1848.

7,

1765, married

November

10, 1785,

and died

in

2.

3.

4.
5.

6.

Andrew, born November 23, 1766. John, born January 16, 1769, and died December 21, 1772. Enoch, born June 4, 1771, and died December 28, 1775. John, born June 22, 1773, and died, unmarried, November 3, 1805. Daniel, born October 20, 17 75.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
7.

249

Betsey, born December


Prentice.

19,

177 7; married, January 18. 1815, Jobn


1,

After his death she married, February

1832.

She

8.

had a son, Andrew Prentice, by her first husband. Elisha, born July 30, 1780, and died April 7, 1784.

1.

2. 4. 10. 3. 2.

Andrew Huntington, born November 23, 1766. He studied medicine and was a practicing physician in Asbford, Conn., Westford Society. He married, February 3, 1790, Zerviah B. Smith, who was born October 15, 17 72. He died in Ashford, February 1, 1837, and his wife, May 13, 1837. He was a man of some distinction in his profession.
CHILDREN, BORN IN ASHFORD, CONN.
* *
1.

2. 3.

Sophia, born March 4, 1791. Anna, born June 4, 1792.

Elisha, born

May

23, 1793.
1,

4.

Andrew,

born August

1795,

and died August

18,

1800, in

Ashford.
5.

Horatio, born November


Ashford.

27, 1797,

and died August

15, 1800, in

G.

Lucy, born August


Ashford.

28,

1800,

and died January and died May

12,

1804, in

7.

Zeruiah, born March

29, 1803,

23, 1804.

8.
9.

Enoch Smith,
ust, 1843.

born September 30, 1804.


19, 1806,

Dan, born February

and died

single, in Mississippi,

Aug-

*10.

Matilda Clark,

born December

26, 1808.
23,.

*11.
12.
13.

Nathan Belcher,

born February
1813,

1810.

Amelia, born August 16, Andrew, born December

1811, and died


7,

June 10, 1847. and died January 4, 1827.

1. 2. 4.
ford, Conn.,

10. 3. 2.

1.

4, 1791; married, in AshJanuary 27, 1813, Deacon Elisha Byles, a good farmer, and most acceptable citizen, and deacon in the Congregational church. She was a most excellent Christian woman, and died much lamented, November 7, 1849.

Sophia (Huntington) Byles, born March

children.
1.
2.

JosiAS, born March 31, 1814.

3.

4.
5.

Abigail, born November 15, 1816. Lucy, born September 15, 1819. Andrew Huntington, born October Zerviah, born December 31, 1830.

3,

1820.

250

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

1.2.4. 10.3.2.3.
Elisha Huntington, born May
Givens.
23,

1793; married, in 1830,

Maria E.

He was

a merchant,

and died

in INIobile, Ala., October, 1853.

CHILDREN, BORN IN MOBILE, ALA.


1.

John Augustus,
of age.

entered Union College, from Mobile, in 1841, and

died of yellow fever, in Mobile in 1843, at about nineteen years

2.

Caroline Elizabeth, about three

years younger than her brother; married a Mr. Griggs of Mobile, and had a daughter, Mattie F.

1.2.4. 10.3.
Enoch Smith Huntington,
Conn.; mg-rried,
first,

2. 8.
30,

born September

1804,

in

Ashford,

September 8, 1836, in Amherst, Mass., Lucy, daughter She died June 14, 1843, in Clinton, Conn. He marof Chester Cowles m. i). ried, second, October 29, 1843, in Clinton, Conn., Elizabeth M., daughter of Edward and Sarane Wilcox, and widow of William Talcott m. d., of Winsted, Conn. She died February 1, 1852, in Danbury, Conn. He married, third, April 13, 1853, in Fairfield, Esther, daughter of Burr and Abigail (BurrJ
Lyon.

She was born, August

2,

1819, in Fairfield, Conn.,

and died August

8,

1904, in the same town.

He was He was
church
in

a Congregational minister and a graduate of Amherst College in a missionary in Tazewell County,

the class of 1831.


III.,

of the Congregational

church

in Clinton, Conn.,

from 1837 to 1842; pastor from 1843 to 1850, and of the


7,

Danbury, Conn., from 1850

until his death, April

1862.

children.
1.

Lucy, born

in

Tazewell county,

sumption, in Danbury, December 14, 1859.


of a blessed immortality.

and died of conShe died in hope She was a member of the Congrega111.,

INIay 9, 1838,

tional

church

in

Danbury.

2. 3.

Frances, born September 5, 1840. A\'illiam Smith, born in Clinton, Conn., March
in

24, 1843, and died Danbury, February 13, 1859. This young man was early a subject of grace, and was greatly endeared to his acquaintances for his estimable qualities. He was a member of tlu' Congregational church, and died in the triumphs of Christian faith.
5,

* 4.

Eliza Matilda, born March

1855.

5. G.

Andrew Buru,

born July 24, 1857.


1862, in Danbury, Conn., and died

Enoch Smith, born May 1, May 1, 1873, in Fairfield,

Conn.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

251

1.2. 4. 10. 3.2.8.2.


Frances (Huntington) Hoyt, born September
III.;

5,

1840, in Groveland,
of

married, September

9,

1862, in Danbury, Conn.,

Thacher and Mary Matilda (Wildman) Hoyt. 2, 1832, in Danbury, Conn. Mr. Hoyt was a merchant and a graduate of Yale, in the Class of 1853. He died April 15, 1904, in Danbury, Conn., where Mi-s. Hoyt now resides. She is a graduate of Mt. Holyoke Seminary. After graduation he was in mercantile business in Danbury until 1893. In 1867 he was also Inspector of Internal Revenue, and in 1868, Supervisor of Internal Revenue for Connecticut and Rhode Island. From 1893 he was Cashier of the Gas and Electric Light Company. He was a Congregationalist, as is his widow.
Eli

Henry Thacher, son He was born, March

CHILDREN, BORN IN DANBURY, CONN.


1.

Eli Thacher, born July 19, 1864; married, October Danbury, Helen Kingsland Southworth. They live
Conn.

13, 1896, in

in

Danbury,

2. 3.

Mary

Cowles, born March Amelia Huntington, born

11, 1869.

Julv

15. 1873.

1. 2. 4.

10.3.

2.

8.4.

Eliza Matilda (Huntington) Burr, born March 5, 1855, in Danbury, Conn.; married, October 13, 1880, in Fairfield, Conn., William Hanford,
son
of

William Hanford and Mary


22, 1854, in Westport,

Ann

(Jennings) Burr.

He was

born

August

Conn.

JNIr.

Burr

is

a farmer, and Avas Representative in the General Assembly,

1911-12, and President of Israel


]\Irs.

Putnam Memorial Commission, 1909-11.

Mt. Holyoke Seminary in Class of 1875. She was and he is a Congregationalist and Mr. Burr was superintendent of the Sunday
of

Burr was a graduate

School for twenty-eight years, from 1882 to 1911.


reside in Westport, Conn.

]\Ir.

Burr and

his children

His wife died February

24, 1898.

children, BORN IN WESTPORT, CONN.


1.

Lillian Huntington, born June Mt. Holyoke College, in the Class

24,

1882; she

is

a graduate of

of 1905.

2.

Mary Hanford,

3.

William Hanford,

born January 20, 1884. born May 22, 1886, and died December 29, 1903, in Westport, Conn.

4.

Morris Lyon, born March 29,1891.


University, in the Class of 1913.

He
1893.

is

a graduate of Yale

5.

Florence Jennings, born August

6,

252

HUNTINGTON GRNEALOGY.

1.2.4. 10.3. 2. 8. 5.
Andrew Burr Huntington,
born July 24, 1857,
in

married, October 18, 1888, in Southport, Conn.,

Mary Burr, daughter


;

Danbury, Conn.; of David

Hull and Marie Antoinette (Beardsley) Sherwood


15, 1857, in Southport,

she was born September

Conn.

He

is

a private secretary, and has lived in Fairfield, Conn., Springfield,

Mass., Bridgeport, Conn., and Southport, Conn., where they

now

reside.

They

are Episcopalians,

and he was clerk of

St. Paul's

Church

(P. E.) in

Fairfield, for

two years, and has been treasurer of that church ever since 1904.

CHILDREN.

Andrew Sherwood,

born March 15, 1891, in Springfield, Mass.;

married, Sarah Louise, daughter of John and Margaret (Walker) Forsyth, of Fairfield, Conn., April 12, 1915.

David Hull Sherwood,


Conn.

born October

26, 1892, in Bridgeport,

1.

2.4. 10. 3.2. 10.


born December
26,

Matilda (Huntington) Clark,


Francis Clark,

1808; married

who was married once


October

previous to this marriage.

He was

born
5,

December
1870,

23, 1798, in Chaplin, Ct.

He was

a farmer, and died February

and

his wife died

10, 1879, both in Ashford, Ct.

They were

Congregationalists.

children, born in CHAPLIN,


1.

CT.

Amelia Huntington,
1839, in Chaplin, Ct.

born February

6,

1832, and died

March

20,

2.

Andrew

3.

4.

5.

Francis, born April 19, 1838, in Chaplin, Ct., and died in the same town. FuANCLS Huntington, born February 21, 1840, and died December 11, 1868, in Albany, Kan. Andrew, born September 10, 1842 married October 10, 1872, in They live in Mamaroneck, N. Y., Emma Elizabeth Hoyt. Chester, N. Y. Sophia Matilda, l)orn April IC, 1844, and died Sei)tember 29,
April 20, 1839,
;

1845, in Chaplin, Ct.


6.

Sarah Jklina,

born August

5,

1847

married Merritt E. Galhij),

and died December

24, 1907, in

Abington, Ct.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGT.

253

1.2.4. 10.3.2. 11.


Nathan Belcher Huntington,
Ct.; nian-ied

May

16, 1833,
9,

Matilda Whiton.

born February 23, 1810, She died October

in
1,

Ashford,
1841, and

he married December

1841, Rebecca Willanl.


6,

She died

May

3,

1849, and

he married, the third time, October

1849, Jane, daughter of Francis


2,

and

Betsy Charevoy. She was born January

1805,^and died in

Ajiril.

1870.

He

married again,
Smalley.

in 1872,

Mrs. R. J. Stough, whose maiden name was


25, 1905.

Priscilla
Illinois.

She died March

He was

a farmer and resided in


to Geneseo,

In 1857 he

moved

to Elbridge,

N.

Y.,

and from there

111.,

where

he died August 10, 1885.

CHILDREN.
*
1. 2.

* *
*

3. 4.
5.

6.
7.

John, born October 6, 1834. Maria, born September 4, 1836. Andrew, born August 29, 1838. Matilda, born September 24, 1842. Thomas Rigney, born May 4, 1844 died November 14, 1844. Elisha, born October 18, 1845. Gilbert, born March 15, 1848; and died November 27, 1848.
;

1.2. 4. 10. 3. 2. 11.


John Huntington, born October 6, 1834 Schmied May 17, 1857. He died June 6, 1909.
CHILDREN.
*
1.
;

1.

married Harriet Elizabeth

Rachkl Matilda,

born October 22, 1858.


;

2.

Emma Maria,

born March 22, 1860

lives in

Sharon,

111.

3.

*
*

4.
5.
6.
7.

Charlotte Elizabeth, born January 25, 1862. John Franklin, born December 7, 1863. Henry Andrew, born August 30, 1865; lives in EsTELLA Rebecca, born December 7, 1867.
Daisy Belle, born February
21, 1905, in

Sharon,

111.

25, 1879, in Illinois, and died Oregon, Avhere she was teaching school.

May

1. 2. 4.
ried

10. 3. 2. 11.

1. 1.
22,

Rachel Matilda (Huntington) Urick,


David Urick. January
26,

born October
111.

1858

mar-

1882; lives in Sharon,

children.
1.

2.

Nathan, born January 1883 Harriet Mary, born April


April
1,

died in March, 1883.


1,

1885

married Frank

S.

Johnson,

1909.

254
3. 4. 5.
6.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

Ralph Rudalph, born March 31, 1888. Frank Huntington, born October 2, 1889. John Glen, born April 12, 1892.
AViLLAUD Eugene, born August
14, 1898.

1. 2. 4.

10. 3. 2. 11. 1. 3.
March
4,

Charlotte Elizabeth (Huntington) Little,


1862
;

married Charles E.

Little,

1886

lives in

born January Dunbar, INIinn.

25,

CHILDKEN.
1.

Mary

2.

1888; married William T. Eliza, born November November 3, 191.3. Esther Huntington, born December 15, 1891.
.'5,

Orr,

3.

4.

George Edward, born September Clarence Raymond, born August

17, 1893. 28, 1895.

5.

Ruth Elizabeth,

born August 23, 1899.

1.2.4. 10. 3.2. 11.


John Franklin Huntington,
Hilma Bott, July 10, 1894. She had two They live in Clear Lake, So. Dakota.

1. 4.
7,

born December

1863; married Mrs.

children, Ethel

and Hazelle Bott.

CHILDREN.
1.

Nathan

Irwin, born June

6,

1899

died

November

16, 1901.

2.

3.

Daisy Irene, born April 1, 1902. Lucille E., born May 21, 1906.

1. 2. 4.

10. 3. 2. 11.
1892.

1. 6.
7,

Estella Rebecca (Huntington) Claypool, born Decend)er


married Joseph
marriase.
S.

186 7;

Claypool,
live in

May 3,

He had

one daughter by a previous

They

Roseburgh, Ore.

CHILDREN.
1.

2.

3.

Claude Huntington, born February 27, 1893. John AV' illiam, born July 18, 1894. Raymond Stanley, born JNIarch 31, 1902.
AVilbur Spicncer, born December
20, 1909.

4.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

255

1.2. 4. 10. 3.2. 11. 2.


Mauia (Huntington) Van Vechten,
Ashford, Conn.; married,

born September

4,

1836,

in

Mareh

15, 1860, in Elbridiie,

N.

Y., Cornelius

Hiram,

son of Derrick C. and Maria (Hunt)


3,

1828, in Johnsville, N. Y.

bridge,
trustee

N. Y. and clerk

Van Vechten. He was l)orn December Mr. Van Vechten is a farmer, and lives in P^lThey are Cougregationalists, and Mr. Van Vechten has been
for fifty years.

CHILDREN, BORN IN AND NOW, EXCEPT THE FIRST AND THIRD, LIVE IN ELBRIDGE, N. Y.
1.

William Huntington, born November


ber 23, 1861, in Elbridge, N. Y.

2,

1861, and died

Novem11,

2.

James William, born January

10,

1863; married, November

1896, in Elbridge, N. Y., Franc L. Clark.


3.

Ella Maria,
N. Y.

born November

16,

1864; married, October

2,

1895,

Charles F. Harrington, and died

March

15, 1899, in Elbridge,

4.

Charles Francis, born

July

6,

1866; married, October 20, 1892,

May
5.
6.

Pierce, in Elbi-idge, N. Y.
7,

Harriet Alida, born April Carrie Jane, born October

1868.

5,

1869; married.

May

3,

1893, Fred

C'harles Carpenter, in Elbridge,

N. Y.

1.2.4.10.3.2. 11.3.
Andrew Huntington,
in

born August
111.,

29, 1838, in Conn.; married, first,

February, 1862, in Galesburg,

Abby

Sisson

she died in September,


111.,

1862.

He

married, second, in December, 1866, in Galesburg,

Alice

J.,

daugliter of William Betts.

ary 17, 1904.


L, 9th
111.

He

is

She was born December 18, 1845, and died Janua farmer, and served in the Civil War as Corporal of Co.

Cavalry, and received his discharge in November, 1865.


is

He

is

Congregationalist, and

a Deacon in the Church.

land, Geneseo, Galesburg

and Eantoul,

111.,

They have lived in Groveand he now lives in Poutiac, lU.

children.
* *
1. 2.

Edward Franklin, born November 2, 18G7. Henry Lucius, born November 22, 1870.
Jane Ora,
born November
5,

3.

1874, in Kantoul,

111.;

lives in

Dan-

bury, Conn.

1.2.4. 10.3.2. 11.3.

1.

P^DWARD Franklin Huntington, born November 2, 186 7, in Galesburg, 111.; married, June 14, 1893, in Urbana, 111., Anna Mary, daughter of Thomas Beveridge and Margaret Jane (Henderson) Kyle. She was born

May

5,

1866, in Crawford Co.,

111.

256

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

He is a fai-mer and a dairyman. He lived in Rantoul, 111., and moved in March, 1906, to Aberdeen, S. D., where they now live. They are Presbyterians, and he was an Elder in the Church from 1907 to 1909.
CHILDREN.
1.

Margaret

Ai^ice, born

May

5,

1894, in Rantoul,

111.
111.

2.

Ernest Kyle, born December

13, 1896, in Rantoul,

1.2.4.10.3.2.11.3.2.
Henry Lucius Huntington,
born November 22,1870, in Rantoul,
111., 111.;

Mabel Hathaway, daughter of Joseph Alonzo and Phebe Ann (Taber) Allen. She was born September 7, 1872, in Buda, 111. He is a stationary engineer, lived Rantoul, 111., and moved first to Worthington, Minn., and then to Pontiac, 111., where they now live. They are Congregationalista.
married, December 25, 1893, in JNIartinton,

children.
1. 2.

3.

4.

Harold Allen, born December 5, 1894, in Rantoul, lU. Mildred Esther, born January 15, 1896, in Rantoul, 111. Lloyd Lucius, born April 24, 1898, in Worthington, Minn. Bertha May, born March 15, 1901, in Worthington, Minn.

1. 2. 4.

10. 3. 2. 11. 4.
born September 24, 1842,
in
7,

Matilda (Huntington) Overstreet,


Groveland,
31, 1839, in
in the Civil
111.;

married, February

1866, in Elbridge, N. Y., Mitchel Edwin,

son of Milton

Lowrey and Catherine (Martin )

Harrodsburg, Ky.

War

in

Overstreet. He was born July Mr. Overstreet is a farmer, and was a private He enlisted August 28, Co. E, 33d Illinois Infantiy.

and was discharged November 27, 1862. They are Presbyterians, and Mr. Overstreet is ruling elder in the church, having been installed February 3, 1878. His mother's grandmother was Lois They live in Woodhull, 111. (1.3.10.2.1.9.).
1861,

children.
1.

2.

3.

Caroline Elizabeth, born November 10, 1866, married, July They live in Galerburg, 111. 31, 1907, William Doyle. Howard Willis, born April 10, 1868, and died March 5, 1885. George Mitchel, born September 30, 1869; lives in Galesburg,
111.

4.

Frank Willard,

born August 27, 1871

married, September 10,


III.

1903, Jennie Holmes.

They

live in

Woodhull,

HUNTINGTON GENEAXOGY.
5.

257
12,

Kate Matilda,

born March

27,

1873; married September


in Leonardsville,

6.

7.

Kan. Alice Dell, born January 21, 1875; married, September 23, 1900, Horace A. Doyle. They live in Lasita, Kan. Arthur Eugene, born February 27, 1876, and died November 2,
1897.

1894, Harry E. Doyle.

They Hve

8.

9.

Florence Belle, born December 18, 1877; married, January 25, They live in Woodhull, 111. 1899, WilHam Elmer Shetler. Lucy Huntington, born Aup;ust 25, 1879; married, July 31,1907,
Devello E. Taft. They live in Woodhull, 111. Nellie Louise, born September 11, 1880; married. May 23, 1906, Floyd E. Alexander. They live in Galesburg, III. Nathan Huntington, born October 17, 1882; lives in Woodhull,
111.

10.

11.

12.

Clara Martin, born March

3,

1885; lives in Galesburg,

111.

1.2.4. 10.3.2. 11.6.


Elisha Huntington, born October 18, 1845, in Groveland, 111.; marJanuary 17, 1882, in Geneseo, 111., Agnes Mead, widow of Orlando N. Wells, and daughter of Robert and Agnes Wilson (Mead) Getty. They lived in Groveland, Geneseo, and Galesburg, 111., El])ridge, N. Y., Sabetha, Kan., and Rock Rapids, Iowa, where they now live. They are Congregationalists. He is president of the Anchor Concrete Stone Co., of Rock
ried,

Rapids, Iowa.

child.
1.

Agnes Louise, born August

14, 1891, in

Rock Rapids, Iowa.

1.2. 4. 10. 3. 6.
Daniel Huntington, born October
Elizabeth Lord.
20, 1775; married, April 24, 1800,

substantial farmer in his native town.


5,

He was He
was

appointed
living, in

Deacon

in the

Congregational church, April

1821, and was often honored by

his fellow citizens with testimonials of

their confidence.

1862, in Groton with his son Simon.

children, born in griswold, conn.


1.
2.

Henry, born February

3.

4.

25, 1801, and died December Lucy, born April 15, 1803, and died April 15, 1838. George, born March 30, 1805. Abigail, born November 27, 1806, and died August

3,

1809.

10, 1855.

5. 6.

Andrew,

born July

29, 1808.
;

Simon, born July

married, September, 1833, Sarah 24, 1810 Worthington, of Colchester. He was in the hatting business,

17

258
and lived
master.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
in Groton, opposite

New

London, where he was

post-

He

was

in

1862 a conductor on the


1812.
19,

New London

and

Pahner
*
7.

railroad.
9,

William, born July


Griswold, Conn.

8.

Olive, born January

1817; married Rev.

Wm.

P. Avery, of

They had two children: William and


22, 1818.

Elizabeth.

9.

Sybel, born September

She

is

dead.

1.

2.4. 10. 3. 6. 3.

He was

Geoh(JK Huntington, born March 30, 1805, and died June 11, 1838. He had been married, and lived in Salost in the ill-fated Pulaski.
child.
1.

vannah, Ga.

Georgiana, an only child, died September father's home in Griswold.

2.5,

1842, at her grand-

1. 2. 4.

10. 3. 6. 5.
29, 1808; married, first,

Andrew Huntington,
1839.

born July

June 3,1835,

Lydia, daughter of (ieorge Loring, of Preston, Conn.,

who

died January 21,

He

married, for his second wife, September 10, 1840, Louisa Tyler,
d., of
2,

daughter of E. B. Downing, m.
of Lisbon, Conn.

Preston,

who died April


F.,

12, 1846.

He

married, the third time, January


in'"

1848,

Mary

daughter of Roswell Down-

Mr. Huntington was

ant in Springfield, Mass., where he was a

for many years a successful merchmember of the firm of Huntington,

Day &

Co.

He

died in Springlield, August 19, 1858.

children, born in SPRINGFIELD,


*
1. 2.

MASIS.

Andrew Tyler,

3. 4.
5.

born February 26, 1842. George Butler, born May 9, 1844, and died August 22, lis 15. Charles Butler, born AprU 5, 1846, and died May <i, 1846.

Henry, born January 20, 1849, and died April AVilliam Francis, born February 18, 1850.

9,

1850.

1. 2. 4.
Ga.; married Harriet, daughter

10. 3. 6. 5. 1.
born February 26, 1842,
in

Andrew Tyler Huntington,


of

Savannah,
Hill.

She was born in Halifax, Nova Scotia, May 16, 1844, and died in Washington, Her parents died when she was an infant. She was D. C, June 4, 1914. adopted by her aunt and uncle, Col. and Mrs. A. N. Lawrence of N. Y. He enlisted at the age of 19 in Co. F, of the 10th regiment, Mass. Volunteers, and In 1864 he participated in the cam])aigns in which the command took part.

Thomas and Sarah (Powell)

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
was transferred
July, 1865.
to the regular

259
and served
until

army

as a hospital steward,

In that year he took a position in the Treasury Department at

to New York, and entered the employ Jay Cooke, the banker, remaining until 1873. In 1878 he re-entered the Treasury Department service, where he remained until he resigned, January He was appointed Chief of the Division of Loans and Currency in 1, 1914. 1889. He died in Washington, D. C, January 26, 1915. He had always retained his interest in Springfield, Mass., and was a member of E. K. Wilcox Grand Army Post.

Washington, but, after a year, he went

of

CHILDREN.
1.

Mary Lawrence,
Louisa,

resides in Vienna, Va.

2.

resides in Vienna, Va.


31, 1914, in

3.

Guy, married October

Washington, D. C, Mrs. Annie

L. Haslett, and resides in Washington, D. C.


4.

March, was drowned.

1. 2. 4.

10. 3. 6. 7.
9,

William Huntington,
1846.

born July

1812; married, November, 1833,

Elizabeth, daughter of Joseph Tyler, of Griswold,

who died November

24,

He

married, in 1847, Eunice Avery, of Preston; after his death she

married A. E. Emmons.
1850.

He was

a farmer, and died in Griswold, March

3,

CHILDREN, BORN IN GRISWOLD, CONN.


1.

Sarah, born October


September

4,

1836.

She died

in

Springfield,

Mass.,

25, 1862.
21, 1840;

2.

Hannah,
1862.

born March

was teaching

in

Norwich

city, in

3. 4.

Daniel, born July 31, 1844, and was in 1862 in the Union army. George, born September 6, 1846, and died December 6, 1846.

1. 2. 4. 10. 4.

Ezra Huntington,
1767, Elizabeth, (1.

born June

21,

1742.

He

married, February 25,

3. 10. 2. 6.)

who
8,

died in Norwich, October 19, 1796.


1797,

He

married the second time October


1804.

widow Dean,
17, 1805,

of Franklin, Conn.,

whose maiden name was Mary Rudd, and she died

in Franklin,

He

married, for his third wife,

March

November 12, widow Lathrop, whose

maiden name was Betsey Hyde, also, of Franklin. He spent the early portion of his life in his native town, where he was respected and honored.

He

died in Franklin, in 1820.

260

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

CHILDREN, BORN IN NORWICH, CONN., WHERE THEIR BIRTHS ARE RECORDED.


1.

2.

3.

4.
5.

*
*

6.
7.

8.
9.

*10.

Charles, born November 5, 1767, and died July 25, 1775. AsHER, born February 25, 1770. Joel, born March 2, 1772. Silas, born November 13, 17 74, and died February 21, 1790. Charles, who died July 25, 1775. Abel, born February 21, 1777. Charles, born September 15, 17 79. Betsey, born November 17, 1781 married Wheelock Bingham. Anne, born May 9, 1784. David, born April 24, 1788.
;

1.2.4.10.4.2.
Asher Huntington,
in Preston,

born February 25,1770.

Studied medicine with

Dr. Philemon Tracy of Norwich, and

Conn.
in

commenced the practice of his profession He married Lucy Andnis and removed to Chenango, N.Y.,

where he died

1833.

children, born in CHENANGO,


1.

N. Y.
19, 1824, P.

Harriet, born

in 1790, married,

December

Babcock,

2.

3.

and lived at North East, in Pennsylvania. Francis, born in 1792. married in 1815 Philena Gates, lived in Lysander, N. Y., and had two daughters. Eliza, born in 1794, married John Babcock, and lived in Preston,
Wisconsin.

4.
5.

Justinian, born June

14, 1798.
;

Lucy Ann,

born

in

1803

married, in 1820, A. Babcock, and lived

in Milton,

Wisconsin.

1. 2. 4.

10.4. 2.

4.

Justinian Huntington, born June 14, 1798, married, February 8, 1823, Ambrosia Crandall, who died, March 19, 1855. He married again, October He was a harnessmaker and farmer, resid28, 1857, Mrs. Permelia Keeler. ing in South Brookfield, N. Y,
children, born
1.

in

south BKOOKFIKLI),
1824; married,

n. y.

2.

10, 1851, Eliza, born December 18, Dewitt C. Coon, and lived in South Brookfield. They had three children Ambrosia, Eulalio, and Franklin. Mary E., born January 19, 1828; married, August 25, 1847, Rhodes Barker, and lived in South Brookfield. They had three

Febi-uary

children

Charles, Elizabeth, and George.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
3.

261

Emeline

E., born August 22, 1829; married, October 12, 1852, Rev. Isaac L. Ogden, and lived in Allegany, N. Y. They had
:

four children

Walter, Rollo, Florence, and Nelson.


22, 1832.

*
*

4.
5.

FuANKLiN Charles, born December

Lucy Adelaide,

born April

4,

1836.
in

6.

Louisa, born August

18, 1841,

and lived

South Brookfield, N. Y.

1. 2. 4. 10. 4. 2. 4. 4.

Franklin Charles Huntington, born December

22, 1832, in

South

N. Y., Louise Abigail, daughter of William Franklin and Desire (Bass) Langworthy. She was born February 25, 1836, in West Edmeston, N. Y. He was a farmer. He died September 2, 1904, in West Edmeston, N. Y. He was a Universalist.

Brookfield, N. Y.; married in April, 1856, in South Brookfield,

CHILDREN, born IN WEST EDMESTON,


* *
1.

N. Y.

Shirley Langworthy, born August


IvALOO, born October
10, 1860.

5,

1859.

2.

3.

LuELLA, born May


N. Y.

12,

1863;
in

her home

is

in

West Edmeston,

Teaches school

Oneonta, N. Y.

4.
5.

Luetta, born May 12, 1863. Charles Franklin, born February


27, 1889, in

19, 1865; married, February Westmoreland, N. Y., Melvia Dorleska, daughter of Jonathan Guernsey and Melissa Clarissa (Bennett) Brook. She was born August 26, 1867, in Georgetown, N. Y. He was a farmer. They removed to Oneonta, N. Y,, in 1891, and he is

now

a commercial traveler.

J'hey are Universalists.

1.2.4.10.4. 2. 4.4.

1.

Shirley Langworthy Huntington, born August 5, 1859, in West Edmeston, N. Y.; married, November 28, 1888, in Leonardsville, N. Y., Nellie Eliza, daughter of Thomas Morris and Amanda Jane (Dye) Rogers.
She was born February 20, 1868, in Leonardsville, N. Y. He is an attorney at law, and moved from Leonardsville, N. Oneonta, N. Y., Januar}- 1, 1889, where they now live. They are Free Baptists.
Y.,
to

children.
1.

2. 3.

Franklin Charles, born November 5, 1889. Elizabeth Amanda, born July 3, 1894, and died May

5,

1895.

4.

Lowell Shirley, Dorothy Louise,

born June

23, 1897.
4,

born March

1899.

262

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

1. 2. 4.
N.
Y.; married,

10. 4. 2. 4. 4. 2.

10, 1860, in Edmeston, N. Y., Geno Clair, son of He was born August 28, 1859. J. Deloss and Cynthia (Palmiter) Rogers. Mr. Rogers is Special Agent for the State Excise Department. They are Seventh Day Baptists, and reside in Edmeston, N. Y.

IvALOO (Huntington) Rogers, born October


October
7,

1885, in Edmeston,

CHILDREN, BORN IN LEONARDSVILLE,


*
1.

N. Y.
7,

Harold Huntington,
1910, in

born

May

12, 1889; Y.,

married September

West Edmeston, N.
Edmeston, N. Y.

Winnifred

Emma

Holmes.

They
2.

live in

Donald Deloss,

born January 22, 1895.

1.

2.4. 10.4.2.4.4.4.

born May 12, 1863, in West EdmesN. Y; married, October 28, 1886, in West Edmeston, N. Y., Frank Murray, son of Henry Luther and Frances Marion Spooner. He was born January 6, 1859, in Brookfield, N. Y., and was a widower before this marriage. He is an editor, and lived in Afton, N. Y., before moving to Brookfield,

LuETTA (Huntington) Spooner,

ton,

N. Y., where they now live. They are Seventh Day Baptists, and Mr. Spooner
Trustee.

is

the Village School

CHILDREN.
1.

2.
3.

Laurence Huntington, born July 22, 1887, in Brookfield, N. Malcolm Graeme, born February 17, 1892, in Brookfield, N. Jean Francois, born September 29, 1893, in Brookfield, N. Y.

Y. Y.

4.

Margaret

Louise, born January

17, 1899, in Afton,

N. Y.

1. 2. 4.

10. 4. 2. 4. 5.
born April
4, 1836, in

Lucy Adelaide (Huntington) Chesebrouoh,


South Brookfield, N. Y.; married February
in
14,

1856, in South Brookfield,

Amos, son of Henry and Asenath (Maxon) Chesebrough. He was born May, 1828, in Brookfield, N. Y. Mr. Chesebrough was a physician and surgeon, a graduate of Castleton He was Trustee of the Edmeston, N. Y., UniMedical college, in Vermont. He was a versalist church, and Supervisor of the same town for three terms. practicing physician for forty years, beloved and honored by all who knew him. He died December 9, 1894, and his wife on June 25, 1900, both in Edmeston, N. Y.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
CHILDREN, BORN IN SOUTH BROOKFIELD,
*
1.
2.

263
N. Y.

Clarence Henry, born July 27, 1860. Carrol Amos, born April 7, 1862; married, January 25, 1888, West Edmeston, N. Y., Cora Anna Wheeler. They live
Edmeston. Philo, born October
29, 1865.

in
in

3.

1.2.4. 10.4.2.4.5.
Clarence Henry Chesebrough, born July
field,

1.

27, 1860, in South BrookN. Y.; married, January 10, 1883, in South PMmeston, N. Y., Minnie Genevieve Hooker. They live in Edmeston.

child.
1.

Florence Josephine, born October


N. Y.

22, 1886, in

South Edmeston,

1.2. 4. 10.4.2.4. 5.3.


Philo Chesebrough, m.
N.
Y.; married,
d.,

born October 29, 1865, in South Brookfield,

September

14, 1899, in

Jermyn,

Pa.,

Minnie Blanche Graves,

He

died June 30, 1909, in Scranton, Pa.

child.
1.

Elizabeth, born December

31, 1903, in Rochester,

N. Y.

1.2. 4. 10.4. 3.
Joel Huntin<jton, born March 2, 1772; married, July 26, 1801, Mary Bingham, who died; after which he married, July 1, 1813, Laura Cheney. He lived in Manlius, X. Y., and died there December 21, 1850.
S.

children, born in manlius,


1.

n. y.

Ralph Bingham,

2.

Mary

3.

born November 21, 1802; was a sailor. Sophia, born May 15, 1814. and died January 17, 1826. William Ezra, born March 29, 1816; married,* November 30, 1853, Elizabeth Huntington Safford, and lived in Baldwinsville, N. Y. She died in Phcenix, N. Y., on February 3, 1896. He died in Phoenix, N. Y., June 29, 1886.

4.

Laura Philena,

born April

11,

1818; married, June

6,

1839,

Edward M. Robinson.
5.

They

lived in Pulaski,

N. Y., where she

died June 2, 1853. Julia Maria, born September


1843, Charles Smith,

1,

1820; married,

December

27,

6.

and lived and died in Manlius, N. Y. Joel Cheney, born December 27, 1822, and died September
1823.

22,

7.

Lemuel Cheney,

born June 27, 1824.

264

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

1.2. 4. 10. 4.3. 7.


Lemuel Cheney Huntington,
1849, Julia Sharp.

They

lived in

born June 27, 1824; married, May 10, Omaha, Neb., where he died July 10, 1881.

CHILDREN, BORN IN BALDWINSVILLE,


1.

N. Y.

Laura
then,

Eliza, born December

21,

1850.
in

Married John A. WorDenver,


Col.,

January

1."),

1883, and

died

April

5,

1885.

2.

Charles Smith, born November

22, 1853.
7,

3,

Arthur Sharp,
Neb.

born December

1856, and resides in

Omaha,

1. 2. 4.
ville,

10. 4. 3. 7. 2.
22, 1853, in

Charles Smith Huntington, born November

Baldwins-

N. Y.; married, December 21, 1882, in Omaha, Cora May, daughter of Merrick and Anna (Beattie) Cumings. She was born in Clarence, Iowa. He is a manufacturer and merchant. He lived in Baldwinsville, N. Y.,
until 1861, then

moved

to

Omaha, Neb., where he now

lives.

He

was City

Councilman from 1903 chairs in his Lodge.

to 1906.

He

is

a 33d degree Mason, and has held all

They

are Presbyterians.

children.
1.

Lois, born October

9,

1883, and died

March
;

16, 1893.

2.

Jean Huston,

born

May

3,

1885; married, October 23, 1908, in

3. 4.

5.

Omaha, Neb., Ernest Anson Conaway they live in Omaha, Neb. born August 8, 1887; lives in Omaha, Neb. born June 27, 1891; married, May 6, 1911, Sidney Reed Burr; they live in Omaha, Neb. Alice Cora, born July 8, 1902; lives in Omaha, Neb.

Lemuel Cheney, Helen Cumings,

1.2.4.10.4.6.
Abel Huntington, born February 21, 1777. Pursued his medical studies with Dr. Philemon Tracy of Norwich, and received his diploma from the ConIn May, 1797, he went to East necticut Medical Convention, in April, 1797.
Hampton, L. L, and entered upon the successful practice of his profession, in which he soon achieved most honorable distinction. In addition to a good medical reputation, he secured also reputation for qualities which fitted him for public service in civil life; and was called, for a while, from his professional In 1820 he was career, for the more noisy and stirring duties of political life.
appointed by the legislature of

New York

member

of the Electoral College,

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
in

265

James Monroe. In 1821 he was elected a member was a representative in the United States Congress, from the first congressional district of New York, and through both the twenty-third and twenty-fourth congresses he both by vote and speecli
which he gave
his vote to

of the

New York

senate.

In 1833-7 he

showed himself to be a consistent democrat of the Jackson school. In 1845 he was appointed by President Polk, collector of customs for the port of Sag Harbor, and served through the term for which he was appointed. In 1846 he was a member of the convention for revising the constitution of the State of

New York. In 1853 the Regents of the New York University conferred on him the lionorary degree of m. d. Among the venerable forms present at our pleasant family meeting in Norwich in 1857, none was more so than that of this hale and" still youthfully humorous and nuich beloved and honored man. He married, in Norwich, Frances Lee, daughter of George Lee of Norwich. He died in East Hampton, May 18, 1858, after three week's
illness.

His departure was in perfect peace.

CHILDREN, BORN IN EAST HAMPTON.


*
1.

2.

Mariette, born October 9, 1800. Cornelia, born June 24, 1803, and made frequent contributions to our
of the grace

lived with her father.

periodical literature;

Sea Spray, published in 1857, will and vigor of her style, as well as a living picture of the past in that old sea-exposed domain, on which its well told tales were once the verities of human life.
resided in East

She and the be a perpetual memorial

3.

* 4.

Abby L., born August 9, 1806, and George Lee, born July 15, 1811.

Hampton.

1.2.4. 10. 4.
Mariette (Huntington) Gardiner,
in

6. 1.
born October
9,

1800; married

February, 1820, David Gardiner of Brooklyn, N. Y.

CHILDREN.
1.

John Lyon, who was

a practicang physician

at

Bull's

Head,

Dutchess County, N. Y.
2.

Charles Huntington, born in 1826; married Mary Russell Birge. He was at one time rector of the Episcopal Church at
In May, 1911, he was living in Bridgehampton, having retired from active service in the ministry. Mrs. Gardiner died June 16, 1915. Her husband predeceased her.
Ashfield, Mass.

L.

I.,

3.

Frances Lee.

She married,

in October, 1856,

Rev. C. P.

JNIaples,

then rector of Trinity Church, Portland, Oregon, but

who

after-

wards had a charge

in Ohio.

26G

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

1.2. 4. 10.4. 6.4.


George Lee Huntington,
married, October 24, 1833, in

born July 15, 1811, in East Hampton, L.

I.;

and Phebe (Coles) Hoogland.


died in East Hampton, L.
I.,

York, N. Y., Mary, daughter of Daniel She was born in 1812, in Manhasset, L. I., and
2,

New

January

1890.

He was

a physician, a graduate of N. Y. University


in Suffolk

and was Coroner


Presbyterians.

County, N. Y., for a number of terms.


I.,

He

died in f^ast Hampton, L.

and Medical School, They were February 22, 1881.

CHILDREN, BORN IN EAST HAMPTON,


*
1.

L.

I.

2.

Benjamin Hoogland, born September 21, 1835. Charles Gardiner, born March 3, 1838, and died September
1848.

8,

3.

Abel, born October


L.
I.,

14, 1840;

married, October 10, 1865, in

Islip,

Kate Stansbury, daughter of AVilliam Cory and Amelia

(Snedecor) Smith.

She was born August


life

20, 1847, in Islip, L.I.

He was a physician. He was


subsecjuently entering

in general practice for

many

years,

insurance business, becoming Medical

Director of the N. Y. Life Insurance Co.


this

He

remained with
retained by the

Company

until failing health

compelled his resignation from

active participation in the work,

when he was

Company
of the

as Consulting

Medical Director.

He was

a graduate

N. Y. University and Medical College, 1862.

He was
1.

volunteer extra surgeon near the close of the Civil War, though not enlisted.

He
is

died

November

6,

1907, in Islip, L.
J.

Mrs.

Huntington
*
*
4.
5.

living in

Lakewood, N.
9,

Mary

George, born April 9, 1850. Elizabeth, born December

1853.

1.2. 4. 10.4. 6. 4.

1.

BEN.JAMIN Hoogland Huntington, born September 21, 1835, in East Hampton, L. I.; maiTied, October 13, 1857, in Brooklyn, N. Y., Sarah Rebecca, daughter of Stephen and Mary Elmira (Powell) Hayues. He was president of the Dime Savings Bank in Brooklyn, N. Y., and held a position of great trust with A. A. Lowe and Brother. His talent was along financial and literary lines, and his opinions were much sought and discussed with interest by advanced thinkers in the modern
banking world.

He was warden and


lyn,

vestryman

in St.

Mark's Ej)iscopal Church


Calif.

in

Brook-

N. Y.,
in

for

many

years.

He
in

retired in 1906 on account of impaired health,

and died

Januarj% 1912,

San Francisco,

His wife died August

8,

1896, in Brooklyn, N. Y.

il

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
CHILDREN, BORN IN BROOKLYN,
*
1.
2.

267
N. Y.

Stephen Wallace, born October

14, 1858.

Mary Elmira, born November


ried.

25, 1860,

and died

in 1881,

unmar-

3.

4.
5.

Alice Lee, born in 1862, and died in 1878, in Brooklyn, N. Y. Cornelia, born June 4, 1864. Carolyn, born November 13, 1868; married Hamilton Parrish,
and
lives in

Bermuda.
in 1870.

6.

Frances Lee, born

1.

2.4. 10.4. 6. 4.

1. 1.
14, 1858, in

Stephen Wallace Huntington, born October

Brooklyn,

N. Y.; married, December 7, 1898, in Brooklyn, N. Y., Florence Laing. He was in the banking business for many years, and has now entered largely into the political arena of New Rochelle, where they reside, and where he
is

a very popular

He
tees.

is

at present

man. chairman

of the finance

and

local

improvement commitN. Y.

CHILDREN, born IN NEW^ ROCHELLE,


1. 2.

Stephen Wallace, born April 16, 1900. James Bogart Laing, born January 22,

1905.

1.2. 4. 10. 4. 6.4. 1.4.


Cornelia (Huntington) Keeney, born June
4,

1864, in Brooklyn,

N. Y.; married in 1886, in Brooklyn, Seth Ashby, son of Abner Chase and Susan (Ashby) Keeney. He was born March 30, 1864, in Jamaica, L. L INIr. Keeney is in the life insurance business, and lives in Santa Barbara,
California.

CHILDREN.
1. 2.

Ashby Huntington,
Gladys, born August

born November
29, 1901, in

19, 1887, in

Brooklyn, N.Y.

Denver, Colo.

1.
N.
F.

2.4. 10. 4. 6.4.

1. 6.

Frances Lee (Huntington) Erhart, born


Y.; married, April 12, 1894, in Brooklyn,

and Fany (Pfizer) Erhart.


7,

He

in 1870, in Brooklyn, William Herman, son of Charles was born in 1868, in Brooklyn, N. Y.

Mrs. Erhart died November

1902,
lives in

Mr. Erhart is a manufacturing chemist, and N. Y., and his two children with him.

New York

City,

268

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
CHILDREN.
1.

Margaret Huntington,

born iu May, 1895.


in

2.

Charles Frederick Huntington, born


1. 2. 4.

November, 1897.

10. 4. 6. 4. 4.
9,

George Huntington,
ried,

born April

1850, in East

Hampton, L.

I.;

mar-

October

6,

1874, in Pomeroy, O.,

Mary

Elizabeth, daughter of Martin and


30, 1850, in

Katherine P. (Horton) Heckard.


eroy, O.

She was born September

Pomand

He

is

a physician, and a graduate of the College of Physicians


in 1871.

Surgeons of N. Y.,

He is the author of a paper on "Chorea," which he read before the Meigs and Mason Academy of Medicine in 1872, and which was pubhshed in the Medical and Surgical Reporter. This paper described a peculiar form of hereditary chorea existing in Long Island, N. Y., which has since attracted much attention, both at home and abroad, and which has been designated by the name of "Huntington Chorea." He lived in La Grangeville, N. Y., in 1874, Asheville, N. C, from 1901 to 1902, Hopewell Junction, N. Y., from 1903 to 1914 when they removed to
Cairo, N. Y.

They

are Episcojialians.
N. Y.

CHILDREN, BORN IN LA GRANGEVILLE,


*
*
1.

2.

Katherine, born July 27, 1875. Charles Gardiner, born July 1,

1878.

3.

4.

Abel, born June 5, 1880, and died December 22, 1891, in the Hospital for Ruptured and Crippled, in N. Y. City. Elizabeth, born November 27, 1881 lives at Hopewell Junction, N. Y.
;

5.

Edwin Horton, born October 22, 1883; lived at Hopewell Junction, N. Y. He graduated from Albany Medical College in May,
1914, and in 1915 was practicing in Cairo, N. Y.

6.

Eleanor, born September 27,1885;


N. Y.

lives at Hoi)ewell Junction,

1.2. 4. 10.4. 6.4. 4. 1.


Katherine (Huntin(;ton) Hutchinson,
(irangeville,

son of

born July 27, 1875, in La June G, 1899, in Islip, L. I., Moultrie Brailsford, He was born Joscjjh Hall Waring and Mary (Fi-eer) Hutchinson.

N.

Y.; married,

March

31, 1871, in Summerville, S. C.


is

Mr. Hutchinson

in the trafllc dept. of a

Steamship Line, and lived

in

Atlanta, Ga., from 1897 to 1900, in


since 1903 in Summerville, S. C.

Augusta, Ga., from 1900 to 1903, and


are Presbyterians.

They

CHILD.
1.

Abel Huntington,

born September

1,

1900, in Augusta, Ga.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY

269

1.2.4. 10.4. 6.4.4.2.


ville,

of
in

born July 1, 1878, in La GrangeN. Y.; married, December 12, 1006, in Brooklyn, N.Y., Marjorie, daughter Robert and Mary (Bannister) Stewart. She was born February 24, 1879, Brooklyn, N. Y. He graduated from the Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn,
8.

Chakles Gardiner Huntington,

ComMarch 1900, Elizabeth, N. J., to February' 1901, Brooklyn, N. Y., to December 1903, Summervilie, S. C, to June 1907, and is now living in Cliicago, 111. They are Episcopalians.
as B.
in 1899.
is

He

now with

the Western Banknote and Engraving

pany.

He

lived in

La

Grangeville, N. Y., to

CHILDREN.
1.

Elizabeth, born December

1,

1908.
19,

2.

Charles Gardiner,

born February

1913.

1. 2. 4.
in

10. 4. 6. 4. 5.

Bridge, born December 19, 1853, married January 24, 1872, in East Hampton, L. 1., Frederick, son of Edward and Harriet (Baker) Bridge. He was born June
East Hampton, L.
I.;

Mary Elizabeth (Huntington)

Brooklyn, N. Y. Mr. Bridge for many years was connected with H. Fogg and Co.; afterwards with the China and Japan Tradinor Co., Ltd., going, as manager of said Company, in 1879, to both China and Japan. He returned in May, 1884, with serious lung trouble. He had lived in Brooklyn, N. Y., in China and Japan, and died in Morristown, N. Y., October 27, 1884. Mrs. Bridge lives in Brooklyn, N. Y. She
17, 1849, in

the firm of

is

a Congregationalist.

children.
*
1.

2.

Harriet Baker, born January 20, 1873. Elizabeth Huntington, born April 15,
married October
3,

1875, in Brooklyn N. Y.;

1900, in Brooklyn, X. Y.,

Howard

Valentine,

son of William H. and Rebecca (Higgin) Merrell.

He was

born

is a physician and surgeon, and graduated in June, 1894, from Peddle Institute, Hightstown, N. J., and from the College of Physi-

February

14,

1875. in South Branch, N. J.

Mr. Merrell

cians

ville, Pa.,

and Surgeons in New York, in 1898. from 1900 to 1905, and now lives
are Congregationalists.
21,

He

lived in

MeadN. Y.

in Brooklyn,

They
*
3.

Julia, born March

187 7.

*
*

4. 5.
6.

Frederick William, born March 4, 1879. Florence Huntington, born June 12, 1880. Edward George, born April 27, 1883, in Yokohama, died AprU 29, 1902, in Saranae, N. Y.

Jajjan,

and

270

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

1.2.4. 10. 4. 6.4.5.


in

1.
20, 1873,

Harriet Baker (Bridge, Sammis) Goodman, born January

Brooklyn, N. Y.; married October 17, 1894, in Brooklyn, to Whitefiekl Sammis. In 1902 she was granted a divorce, and in 1903 she married Harry

Goodman, of Los Angeles,

California,

where they now


(sammis.)

live.

CHILD,
1.

Kenneth Whitefield,

born July

25, 1895.

1.2. 4. 10.4. 6.4. 5. 3.


Julia (Bridge) Austin, born March
lyn,
21,

187 7, in Brooklyn, N. Y.;


Tliey live in Brook-

married November 22, 1898, Dwight Edwards Austin.

N. Y.

children.
1.

Marjorie Huntington, born September

29, 1899.

2.

Edward

Bridge, born July

17, 1904.

3.

Elizabeth Huntington, born

April 29, 1907.

1.2. 4. 10.4. 6. 4.5.4.


Frederick William Bridge, born March
married October 19, 1907, in Southold, L.
live in Southold, L.
I.

I.,

4, 1879, in Brooklyn, N. Y.; Phebe Rockwell Marshall. They

child.
1.

Frederick Marshall, born August

18, 1908.

1.2.4. 10.4. 6.4.5. 5.


Florence Huntington (Bridge) Hutchinson, born June
in
12, 1880,

Shanghai, China; married June 12, 1902, Joseph Waring, son of Philip He was born September Henry and Susan Jane Clark (Freer) Hutchinson.
3,

1877,

and died January

17, 1915.

They

lived in Summerville, S. C.

children.
1. 2.

3.

Frederick Bridge, born June 27, 1904 died Joseph, born May 12, 1906. Daniel Hoogland, born August 21, 1908.
;

May

13, 1905.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

271

1.2.4. 10.4.
Charles Huntington, born September
rieil

7.

15, 1779, in Norwich, Ct.; marAugust 3, 1810, ]\Iartha, daughter of Abel and Margaret (Tracy) Hyde. She was born July 8, 1783, and died March 10, 1830, in Chittenango, X. Y. He was an artisan, and an elder in the Dutch Reformed Church. His

influence in the church

Norwich,

Ct., in Sullivan,

and community was eminently happy. He lived in N. Y., and in Columbus, N. Y. He died in Chit-

tenango, N. Y., January 20, 1859.

CHILDREN.
1,

Margaret Elizabeth, born August


West, September
16, 1845, in

17, 1811 married Charles C. Columbus, N. Y.


;

2.

3.

*
*

4.
5. 6.

1815, in Columbus, N. Y.; died December 8, 1836, in Schenectady, N. Y. Silas Hyde, born March 18, 1818. Charles, born May 18, 1820. Joel, born in Chittenango, N. Y., October 27, 1822; graduated at Union College in 1848, and was a tutor there in 1849 and '50.

Ezra Abel, born June 12, 1813. Sarah Augusta, born May 12,

He

studied theology, and was ordained.

He
month

died August 12,


after his settle-

1854, in Albany,

N.

Y., of cholera, one

ment

as

preacher in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.


testifies

Professor Pearson, of Union College, thus


his character: "

respecting

He was

a fine scholar, and bid fair for eminence

in his profession.

His untimely death, wliile on a visit to his brother Ezra, in Albany, occasioned great grief to his friends, both here and at Milwaukee."

7.

Mary

Sophia, born June

16, 1826.

1.2. 4. 10. 4. 7. 2.
Ezra Abel Huntington,
married,
ter of
first,

born June

12,

1813, in

Columbus, N. Y.;

July

30, 1839, in

Schenectady, N. Y.,

Anna Euphemia, daughVechten.

Jacob and Katherine Van


15, 1817, in

Wyck (Mason) Van

She was born

June N. Y.

He

Schenectady, N. Y., and died April 6, 1866, in Auburn, married, second, April 16, 1868, in Albany, N. Y., Katherine,

daughter of Jacob and Martha (Van Dyke) Van Vechten. cember 27, 1825, in Schenectady, N. Y.
^Ir.

She was born De-

Huntington was a Presbyterian clergjman, and a professor in the He graduated from Union College in 1833. He was pastor in Albany, N. Y., from 1836 to January 10, 1855, professoi- in the Auburn Seminary from June, 1855, to 1893, then Professor Emeritus, from 1893 to the time of his death, which occurred July 14, 1901, in Auburn, N. Y. A memorial volume was published in 1902, containing
Theological Seminary in Auburn, N. Y.

272

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

of

photographs and addresses given at the memorial service, held in the Chapel Auburn Seminary, January 15, 1902.

The

following are exti-acts from a tribute to Dr. Huntington published


:

soon after his death

He came
was a period

to

Auburn

in

1854 from an influential pastorate

in

Albany.

It

Seminary after a time of weakness and discouragement. With Dr. Hopkins, still a young man from the old Faculty, and Dr. Edwin Hall and Dr. Jonathan B. Condit called at the same time with Dr. Huntington, the Seminary entered upon a new career of growth and wide
of reconstruction for the

iuHuence.

The

best traditions of the elder time were repeated.

Until 1867,

Dr. Huntington gave instruction in both Old and

New

Testaments.

Then

with the appointment of Professor Pierce, one of his pupils, to the chair of the

Hebrew language and


James
S.

literature,

he gave himself solely

to the

New

Testament.
Dr.

In 1884, Dr. Huntington's work was limited to


eighty, Dr. Huntington
nificant of the

New

Testament

criticism.

Riggs becoming Professor of Biblical Greek.

In 1892, at the age of

was made Professor Emeritus. These facts are siggrowth of theological education and the enlarging conception and influence of his own work As a pastor, Dr. Huntington received the degree of Doctor of Divinity from Columbia College, and the degree of Doctor

Laws many years after from Lafayette. Only the men who knew Dr. Huntington in his prime can appreciate the The Seminai-y was varied and effective work he did for Auburn Seminary.
of
his life

and he gave himself without

stint to its welfare.

He was

influential in

the counsels of trustees and Faculty.


in constant service.

His foresight and practical energy were


its

He

administered the scholarship funds of the Seminary,

won new

friends for the Seminary, increased

endowment and advanced


Seminary,
it

its

instruction.
Influential as

he was

in these general interests of the

was

to

the special

work

of teaching that

he gave himself.

Others might write books,

upon the hearts of his ))upils. To this one thing he gave He was a most acceptathe power and the joy of mission. ble preacher and often sought for, but tlie sermons were never suffered to inName, praise of men these were not cared for in terfere with his teaching. He was a patient, careful, the privilege of training men for the ministry. kindly teacher, ministering to the dull and the indifferent with more sense of His mind was clear and logical rather than obligation than to the brilliant. imaginative and mystical. He therefore insisted upon clear analysis and upon system in truth, giving the large outlines of a writer and putting emphasis upon He was familiar with the minute exegetical scholarship of recent doctrine. days and used the tools and results for himself, but did not so much ])ut them into the hands of his pupils as give them the results that satisfied his own judgment. He was a fine example of the older method of teaching. And his pupils were like his children. He had them uj)on his heart. He welcomed them to his home. He followed them in their work. He was
he chose
to write

himself.

He had

everywhere the same thoughtful, wise, generous friend.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

273
Church and
his service

He was

an example to believers

in his love of the

for the higher interests of the city.

He was

generous in the use of time and

means for every good cause. He did not suffer absorbing studies and pressing demands of his profession to be an excuse for the neglect of the common Every pastor thought of him as his duties and opportunities of the Church. He was never more happy than in the weekly prayer-meetright hand man. ing, supplementing the address of the leader, catching the thought from some word of prayer or remark of an humble disciple and pouring into it the wealth
of his Bible knowledge, his deep experience of God's grace, his earnest desu-e
to

be of help to men.
life.

It

was

to the

young men who

listened a liberal educa-

tion in spiritual

The
tious

service in every

sphere came from his heart.


genuine, from
life,

It

was simply the


facti-

outflow of a rich, cultured, harmonious manhood.

There was nothing


life.

and

professional:

it

was

all

the

He had

a Puritan

and yet such a sense of God's goodhe was full of mirth and humor. He loved little children and his childlike spirit bubbled over with joyousness of living. There was conviction with charity. He held to his own views most tenaciously. He saw no reason for changing the early views he formed of the Scriptures and Christian doctrine. But he never bolstered up " Mercy and his own views by condemning those who differed from him. truth" were met together in this life. There was rock in the character, but like the rock of some mountain glen it sent forth its sweet waters and beautiful
conscience and a most serious view of
ness,

and such

faith in " the all things for good," that

things

grew along the way.

CHILDREN.
1.

Charles, born May


Albany, N. Y.

28, 1840.

and died December

28,

1840, in

2.

* * *

3. 4.

October 22, 1841, in Albany, N. Y., and died September 14, 1871, in Auburn, N. Y. Chester, born October 19, 1843. Katherene, born August 12, 1845.

Anna Mason, born

5.
6.

Samuel Van Vechten, born November 10, Martha Hyde, born September 9, 1857.

1852.

1.2.4. 10.4. 7.2.3.


ried

Chester Huntington, born August 19, 1843, in Albany, N. Y.; marJune 30, 1873, in Xew York City, N. Y., Katherine Hazard, daughter of Edward and Elizabeth Breese (Vermilye) Smith. She was born June 8, 1852, He is an arcliitect and engineer, a graduate of Hamilin New York, N. Y. ton College, in 1866, and was a student at Columbia College School of Mines from 1866 to 1869. He was Professor of Mathematics, and Physics at Hamilton College, from 1870 to 1880. He lived in Albany, and Auburn, N. Y., up to 1855, at Hamilton College, Clinton, N. Y., to 1869, in New York City,
18

274
N. Y.,
to 1880, Flushing,

HUNTINGTON GENKALOGY.
N.
Y., to

1882, and in

Princeton, N.

J.,

from 1895

to the present time.

He was
1898.

a deacon in the Congregational church at Flushing, X. Y., from

1885 to 1906, and a member of the Flushing Board of Education from 1895 to

They are Presbyterians.


CHILDREN.
1.

Edward Vermilyk,
ried July
of
6,

born April
S.

1909, in

Xew York

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas

N. Y.: marEdwards, daughter Van Yolkenburgh.


26, 1874, in Clinton,

City, Susie

He is assistant professor of mathematics, at Harvard University. He is a graduate of Harvard College, A. b., 1895, a.m., 1897, and of Strassburg, ph. d., 1901. He lived as a boy in Flushing,
N.
Y.; taught for

two years
is

in

Williams College,

in

Williams-

town, Mass., and

now

living in

Cambridge, Mass.

They

are

Congregationalists.
2.

Tracy, born April


at

29, 1878, in Clinton,

X. Y.; died June 30, 1879,

3.

Asbury Park, N. J. Howard, born December


Princeton, X. J.

13,

1885, in Flushing, X. Y.; lives in

He

is

a prominent

member

of the

Aero Club

of

America, and has designed a new form of flying machine intended


for military scout work.
4.

Katherine, born June


Princeton, X. J.

10,

1893,

in

Flushing, X. Y.; lives in

1.

2. 4. 10.4. 7.2. 4.

Katherine (Huntington) Bigelow, born August 12, 1845, in Albany, X. Y.; married, June 24, 1868, in Auburn, X. Y., Dana Williams, son of Horace and Julia Ann (Porter) Bigelow. He was born Xovember 27, 1843, in Waterville, X. Y. Mr. Bigelow is a clergyman, a graduate of Hamilton College, 1865, and of Auburn Theological Seminary, 1868. He was j)astor of the Presbyterian Church in Fayetteville, X. Y., from l.s6.s to 1872; of the Congregational Church in Pitcher, X. Y., from 1.S72 to 1.S77. and of the Memorial Presbyterian Church in Utica, X. Y., since 1877. He was Moderator of the Synod of Xew York from October, 1904, to October. 1905, and was given the degree of D. D., by Hamilton College in 1906.
children.
1.

Anna Van Vechten,


maiTied, June
5,

born March

31, 186!), in Fayetteville,

X. Y.;

1889, in Utica, X. Y.,

Rev. James

Burton

Rodgers.

They

live in

Manila, Philippine Islands.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
2.

275
N.
Y.;

Harriet Williams,
lives in

born June Northampton, Mass.

7,

1870, in Fayetteville,

3.

Horace, born December

18, 1871, in Fayetteville, N. Y.; married, September 26, 1900, in Fayetteville, N. Y., Anna Sophia Wells. He died October 15, 1901, in New York City, N. Y. He was a

physician.
4.

Laura Gertrude,

5.

6.

born March 23, 1874, in Pitcher, N. Y.; died December 31, 1897, in Utica, N. Y. Frances Helen, born November 15, 187 7, in Utica, N. Y.; died J\[ay 12, 1879, in Utica, N. Y. Katherine Huntington, born November 9, 1880, in Utica,

N.
7.

Y.; died

July 26, 1895,

in

Utica,

N. Y.

Ruth Tracy,
now
lives.

born March

21,

1883, in Utica, N. Y., where she

8.

Mason Huntington, born February he lives in New York City.

11, 1888, in

Utica,

N. Y.;

1. 2. 4. 10. 4. 7. 2. 5.
born November 10, 1852, in November 3, 1887, in New York City, N. Y., Marie Robertina, daughter of Abraham Van Wyck and Mary Van Zandt
Albany, N. Y.;
married,

Samuel Van Vechten Huntington,

(Lane)

Van Vechten.
is

He
City,

a varnish manufacturer,
till

She was born July 22, 1857, in New York and lived in Albany, N. Y.,
1873.

City.
until 1856,

New York where he now resides. He graduated from Hamilton College in 1873. He was with Edward Smith and Company, manufacturers of varnish, beginning in March, 1879. The business was incorporated in 1889. He became treasurer and general manager in 1893, and president in 1907, which office he holds to date, (Decemthen in Auburn, N. Y.,
In October, 1873, he

moved

to

ber, 1911.)

He

has been a member, for

many

years, of the Republican

Club of
of

New

York, the Drug and Chemical Club, the

New York

Board

Trade and

Transportation, and President of the National Varnish Manufacturers' Association for three terms, of one year each, until

He

is

member

of the

November, 1911. Reformed (Dutch) Church of America, was

deacon from 1882 to 1883, again from 1899 to 1911; Elder in 1911, all in the Collegiate Reformed (Protestant Dutch) Church of New York, N. Y.

children.
*
1.

Effe Knox,

born August

16, 1888. 27,

2.

Theodore, born August

1893; died August 29, 1893.


18, 1894; died

3.

Marie Frances,

born September

May

10, 1896.

276

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

1. 2. 4. 10. 4. 7. 2. 5. 1.

Ekfe Knox (Huntington) Hayes, born August


City; married, Ai)ril 29, 1911. in

16, 1S88. in

New York
1883, in

New

York, Frank Anderson, son of Francis

Mason and Ellen Lucretia (lluss) Hayes. He was born Ot-tober 17, Deep Creek Falls, Wash. Mr. Hayes is a nieclianioal and electrical engineer, a iiraduate
College in 1907, of Columbia College in 1909, and of
tute of
tlie

of

Yale

Massachusetts Insti-

Technology

in 1910.

He

lived in Buffalo,
]\Ianor,

N.

Y.,

and moved

to

New

York

City.

They

reside in

Pelham

N. Y.

CHII.DREN.
1.

2.

3.

Frank Mason, born September 14, 1912. Maijcia Van Vechten, born August 17, 1913. Effe Lucretia, born November 4, 1912; died March

29, 1915.

1. 2. 4.

10.4. 7.

2. 6.

Gilchrist, born September 9, 1857, in Auburn, N. Y.; married, March 5, 1890, in Auburn, N. Y., John Gilchrist. He was born March 1, 1851, in Thornhill, Scotland, and died January 2ti, He was a dry goods merchant. He had lived in 1901, in Boston, Mass. Thornhill, and Glasgow, Scotland. He moved to Boston, ]Mass., in 1870. He was, and she is, a Presbyterian, and resides in Auburn, N. Y.

Martha Hyde (Huntington)

CHILDREN.
1. 2.

Huntington, born November John Mason, born August 20,

16, 1891.

1893.

3. 4.

5.

Robert, born June 4, 1895. Douglas Jardine, born September 13, 1896. Roger Van Vechten, born September 13,
1903, in Boston, Mass.

189(;; died

May

23,

1. 2. 4.
Silas
married
in

10.4. 7.4.
Maich
Cahill.
18, 181N, in

Hyde Huntington,
Lackawaxen,
2,
I'a.,

})orn

Sally

Ann

llartsville, N. Y.: She was born Novendier 29,

1822, and died ]May

1897.

He

died January

6,

1904, in Chicago,

111.

children.
1,

Joel, born March 15, 1847, 1850, in the same town.

in

Lackawaxen,

Pa.,

and died

May

2,

2.

Martha,

born December

18, 1849.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
3.

277

AsHER, born July


sas City,

8,

1851, in Lackawaxen, Pa.; married,

May

22,

1880, in Kansas, Ella

Brown, (deceased).
24, 1853, in

He

is

living in

Kan-

Mo.
born June
Lafayette, Ind.; married,
resides in Pitts-

4.

Maria Ruth,
March
8,

1891,

James Williamson Nulton, and

ton, Pa.

5.

6.

Charles Ezra, born June 22, 1856. Silas Hyde, born September 1, 1858;
Barclay, Pa.

died September

1,

1859, in

7.

Kate Mallory,
in Chicago,

8.

born March 11, 1861, in Barclay, Pa. Debir Ribgeway, born April 23, 1863, in Barclay, Pa., and
111.

died

9.

John Cahill,
Nettie

born August 30, 18G5, in Barclay, Pa.; married


;

M. Brown

they live in Kansas City, Mo.

1.2.4. 10.4.7.4.2.
Martha (Huntington)
waxen,
Pa.; married,

October

21, 1873.

Briox, born December Enos Brion.

IS, 1849,

in

Lacka-

children.
1.

Ezra Huntington,

born February

1,

1875, and died

June

23,

1875, in Pittston, Pa.


2.

Helen Stewart,
April
9,

born July 12, 1876,

in Pittston, Pa.,

and died
Kan.;

1899, in Sioux Falls, S. D.


23, 1879,
in

3.

John Huntington, born February


lives in Scenic, S.

Beloit,

D.
23, 1880, in Beloit, Kan.;

4.

Clara Louise,
January
5,

born November

married,

1907, in Ballard, Wash., Dr. Loren Burton Waddell.

They
5.

live in Everett,

Wash.

Richard Kennett,
Sioux Falls,
S.

born

May

16, 1883, in Beloit, Kan.;, lives in

D.

1.

2.4. 10.4. 7.4. 5.

married,
of

Charles Ezra Huntington, born June 22, 1856, in Atliens, Penn.: December 29, 1875, in West Pittston, Penn., Adah Estella, daughter
INIary

Orange, Penn.

(Seward) Harding. She was born March 26, 1855, in a hardware dealer, and also followed the oil business. He spent the early part of his life in Pittston, Pa.; moved to Warren, Pa., and Uved there from 1889 to 1902, when he moved to Birmingham, Ala., where he died May 4, 1908. He was a Presbyterian.

Palmer and

He was

278

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
CHILDREN.
1.

EuLALiA, born May

20, 1878, in Jefferson

City, Penn.,

and died

April 19, 1879, in Tarport, Penn.


2.

Ezra, born December


Rock, Penn.

3,

1879, and died

December

4,

1879, in

Red

3.

Mary

4.

Belle, born November 14, 1882, in Dallas City, Penn.; Birmingham, Ala. Charles Ezra, born February 2, 1886, and died February 5,
lives in

1886, in Dallas City, Penn.


5.

Baby, born June


ton, Penn.

20, 1889,

and died June

28, 1889, in

West

Pitts-

1. 2. 4.
ried,

10. 4. 7. 5.

18, 1820, in Hartsville, N. Y.; marSeptember 1, 1847, in Lackawaxen, Pa., Eliza Ellen, daughter of Charles Beardsley and Elizabeth (Barnes) Ridgway. She was born August 27, 1831, He was a Presbyterian clergyman, and a graduate of in Lackawaxen, Pa. Union College and Theological Seminary. He went to the Presbyterian

Charles Huntington, born May

Church
in 1852.

in

Wysox, Penn.,

in 1848,

then to Orwell, Pa., Presbyterian Church,

He

died in Overton, Pa., September 17, 1855, and was buried in

Wysox, Pa.
children.
*
1.

2.

Ella, born October 23, 1848. Ezra Chester, born May 21, 1850,
April 30, 1905, in Goldfield, Nev.

in

Wysox, Penn., and

died,

3.

4.

Charles Warner, born December 11, 1852. Julius Foster, born November 5, 1855, in Dushore, Pa.

1.

2.4. 10.4. 7.

5. 1.

Ella (Huntington) Clarke,

born October 23, 1848, in Wysox, Pa.;

married, January 24, 1876, in Port Jervis, N. Y., Elliott Dwight, son of Elias

and Catherine Mary Clarke. He was born November 28, 1847, in INIilford, Conn. Mr. Clarke is a manufacturer of bent carriage wood-work, and lives in Milford, Conn., where his wife died June 11, 1902.

children.
1.

Charles Elliott, born January


1892, in Milford, Conn.

5,

1877, and died October 29,

2.

3.

Martha Huntington, born November 12, 1878, in Milford, Conn. Ridgway Van Etten, born October 12, 1880, and died May 2,
1898, in Milford, Conn.

4.

CuESTKR Newton, born October

16, 1888, in Milford,

Conn.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
1.

279

2.4. 10.4. 7.5.3.

Charlks Warner Huntington, born December 11, 1852, in Orwell, May 24, 1882, at White Lake, N. Y., Alice, daughter of David Barton and Mary Catherine (Potts) Kinne. She was born December 4, 1858,
Pa.; married.
at

White Lake. N. Y. He is a dentist, and


Y., 1876, in Glean,
resides.
JST.

lived in Port Jervis.


Y., 1879
is
;

N. Y., 1863,

in

White Lake,

N-

went

to Williamsport, Pa., April 1, 1886,

where he now
1886.

He

a graduate of the Philadelphia Dental College,


in

AYhen he was but 15 years old he joined the (Dutch) Reformed church
Port Jervis, N. Y.;

then transferred to the Presbyterian church in Glean,

When he where he was deacon and Sunday School superintendent. to Williamsport, Pa., he became elder and clerk of the session in the Second Presbyterian church of that place, and retained those offices for thirteen years. He later became a member of the Congregational church in
N.
Y.,

moved

Williamsport, and was deacon and clerk.

He

is

also publisher of a prohibition leaflet,

"The Index," which

has quite

a large circulation.

CHILDREN.
*
1. 2.

Amy

Hortense, born February

9,

1887.

Barton Kinne,
1.

born July 31, 189U.

He

is

an

artist.

2.4. 10.4.
Edward
L..

7. 5. 3. 1.
9,

Amy Hortense (Huntington)


married, January 27, 1911,

Nichols, born February

1887;

son of George Wallace and Georgiana

Celeste (Beers) Xichols; he was born April 5, 1887.

He

is

a plumber, and a

member

of Co.

torius service.

K, 9th Reg. N. G. of Penn., with rank of Sergeant, for meriHe early joined the Methodist church, but later he and his wife

joined the First Congregational church of Williamsport, Pa.

They

live in

Williamsport, Pa.
School.

]\lrs.

Nichols

is

a graduate of the

WiUiamsiMjrt High

children.
1. 2.

Eleanor Huntington,

born Gctober
10, 1913.

21, 1911.

Alice Frances, born April

1. 2. 4. 10. 4. 7. 7.

Mary

Sophia (Huntixgton) Williams, born June

16,

1826,

in

Chittenaugo, N. Y.; married, September 20, 1848, in Columbus, N. Y., Isaiah

He was born June 19, 1814. Mr. Williams was a farmer. He lived in Chittenango, N. Y., until 1873; then went to Viueland, N. J., and in May 1874, to Philadelphia, Pa., where he They were PresbyterHis wife died August 9, 1912. died April 12, 1900. ians, jVli-. Williams was an elder in the (Dutch^ Reformed Church, in ChittenLoomis, son of James and Susannah Williams.
ango, N.
Y''.

280

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
CHILDREN.
1.

2.

N. Y., and She was a talented writer of Sunday School books. She wrote "The Sprag Boy" and "Hugh Pennak," published by the American S. S. Union; "The Hastings," "Dr. Trent's Cousin," "Miss Kitty," "Mr. Darwing's Daughter" and "Dorothy Dorchester," published by the Presbyterian Board of Publication. Mary Anna, born August 23, 1854, in Chittenango, N. Y., and died October 16, 1854, in Chittenango, N. Y.
29, 1851, in Cbittenango,

Helen Blanch,

born June

died in February,

1893, in Philadelphia, Penn.

3.

Frances Anna,

born April 11, 1856, and died September

10,

1869, in Chittenango,
4.

Mary
She

N. Y. Catherlne, born August


an adopted child.

1,

1869, in Chittenango, X.-Y.

is

1. 2. 4. 10. 4. 10.
in

David Huntington, born April 24, 1808. He studied theology and was
city, in 1812;

1788; graduated at

Union College

ordained deacon of the Protestant

Episcopal church, by the Rt. Rev. Bishop Hobart, in Trinity church,

New

York

and

in

1815 was ordained priest in

St.

Paul's

dmrch,

Charlton, N. Y.
in 1813.

His second wife

He married for his first wife, Ann Dows of Charlton, N. Y., whom he married in Charlton, also, was Catherine
still

Callegan; and he married for his third wife, Lydia Blakeslee Allen, of Harpersville,

N. Y., who

survived in Harpersville, in 1862.

He was
cal

a devoted Episcopalian, classing himself neither with the technii)arty,

High church nor Low church


fell

maintaining that they

who went

be-

yond, or

below the plain, simple doctrine of the church, were equally


"In every relation of
life

erroneous.

he maintained himself without reproach.

measure by the cares of the world, and adversities which he could not control, he still preserved his Christian integrity and faith to the end, and ever labored to discharge his duty to the flock to which he was mintimes, tried above
ister."

At

For several years he resided

in Harpersville

without parochial charge,

yet ministering in the


parishes.
in the

name

of Christ as

he had

calls anions; the

neighboring

His former parishioners liave


to his souls, as

fittingly testified their

regard for him


:

monument they placed


9,

memory,

l)earing the noble tribute

"He

watched for our


ville,

one that must give account."

He

died in Harpers-

April

1855.

children, born in harpersville,


1.

n. y.

2.

3.

Elizur, born April 14, 1814, and died ward passage from Spain in 1833. Ezra, born August, 1818. Joseph V. Kirk, born in 1820.

single at sea, on the

home-

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
4.

281
in the

Elizabeth, married H. V.

S.

Sherman, and went, early

California excitement, to that land of gold.

5.

Sarah Maria,

the only child of the third wife.

1.2.4. 10.4. 10.5.


Sarah Maria (Huntington) Keyes,
married August
11, 1859, in

born

in

Harpersville, N. Y.;

Iowa, Henry Plumer, son of Henry Keyes, of


in St. Louis,

Conneaut, Ohio.
to the

She died
in

Mo., October 31, 187G.

He was

graduate of Yale in 1842.

After graduation he studied law, and was admitted


184.5.

Ohio bar

August,

lie afterwards

engaged

in

mercantile

business for several years in Conneaut, and


1865, in

from June, 1856, to October,

Cedar Rapids, Iowa.


died there on

He
3,

then removed to St. Louis, Mo., but re1894.

turned to Cedar Rapids in January, 1878, and there spent the rest of his
life.

He

December

CHILDREN.
*
1.

Mary Huntington,
Helen Grant,
born

born September

1,

1861.

2.

3.

Cedar Rapids, Iowa; married Daniel B. Merry, in Albuquerque, N. M. Virginia Morley, born January 16, 1870, in St. Louis, Mo. In
17, 1862, in

May

1894, she lived in Cedar Rapids.

1.2. 4. 10. 4. 10. 5.


Mary Huntington
Cedar Rapids, Iowa; married June 23, 1886, Marchant Ramsdell, m.d., of Lampasas, Texas.
in

1.
1,

(Keyes) Ramsdell, born September


in

1861, in

Cedar Rapids, Charles They were in Eddv, N.M.,

1894.

They

resided in Cove, Oregon, in 1908.

children, born in LAMPASAS, TEXAS.


1.

Helen Huntington,

2.

Mary

born September 17, 1889. Virginia, born February 2, 1891; died in La Luz, N. M.,
23, 1898.

3.

December 10, 1894. Eunice Elizabeth, born July

1. 2. 4.

10. 5.
13,

Thomas Huntington,

born January

1744-5.

He

graduated at
Ashford,

Yale, 1768, and entered the medical profession, practicing

first in

and afterwards in Canaan, Conn. He married ]Mary Ward of Attleboro, Mass., who was born, May 8, 1753, and died March 31, 1828. He died in Canaan, Februarj' 22, 1835. He was a man of a most genial disposition, making himself one of the most companionable of men. He was especially

282
interested in the young,

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
and
for the age in

which he

lived,

devoted himself,

with no ordinary success, to their improvement.

He was

an early friend of

common

schools,

and earnestly

insisted

upon the most

efficient discipline

and

thorough instruction in them.

He

took great pains to secure good teachers

and made himself their friend and helper.

He

left

a volume of essays, which


;

evince this interest in their increased intelligence and efficiency

and which

show him

to

have been a

man

of an earnestly inquisitive mind.

CHILDREN WERE BORN


*
1.

IN

ASHFORD, CONN.

2.

Thomas, born September 29, Mary, born October 17, 17 70


Rose, a carriage maker
in

1773.
;

married, February

7,

1820, Alvan

Geneva,

3.

Erastus, born Januarys,


single in

1779.

New Yoi-k. He was a merchant

and died

Havana, September
17.

17, 1807.

4. 5.

Matilda, born December


Clarissa, born June
her
sister,

29, 1780.

1784, and lived in Charlotte, Vt.. with

Mrs. Pease.
8,

6.
7.

Horace, born July


Miles, born April

178G.

29, 1789,
15, 1792.

and died

]\Iay

1,

1790, in Ashford.

8.

Owen,

born

May

1.2.4. 10.5.
College, 1798.

1.

Thomas HuNTiNCiTON, born September 29, 1 773, graduated at Williams He entered on the legal profession in Hartford, Conn., where

he married Mary Newport Burbridge, who was boim in Hartford, June 15, 1783. He sjjcnt the latter i)art of his life in editing and adapting to American practice, several standard English law works.

Ho

died

November

9,

1833.

child.
*
1.

Ehastits, born June

9,

1808.

1.

2.4. 10.5.

1. 1.
June
9,

Erastus Huntington, born


June
14, 1855,

at Hartford, Conn.,

1808; married,

Elizabeth Hecker Vanderhoff,

who was born

in

Newfoundland,

May
was

24, 1828.
in

He was
])n)(if

member
in

of Capt. Partridge's military school.

He

1860 a

reader

Hariu'r's printing establishment, residing in

Brooklyn, N. Y.

CHILDREN.
1.

Thomas, born
James.

in lirooklyn,

N. Y., April

29. 185G.

2.

3. 4.

Mary.
Elizabeth.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

283

1.2. 4. 10. 5.4.


Matilda (Huntington) Pease,
born iu Ashford, Conn., December
29,

1780; married, June 14, 1803, in Canaan, Conn., Salmon, son of Calvin and SaUy (Ives) Pease. He was born, June 14, 1783, in Norfolk, Conn.

Mr. Pease was a farmer, and resided in Canaan, Conn., until the Fall of when he went to Charlotte, Vt., whore he died July 23, 1857. His wife died July 1, 1873, in the same town. They were Congregationalists.
1826,

CHILDREN, BORN IN CANAAN, CONN.


1.

Frederick Salmon, born May 21,1804; married, September 18, 1832, Julia Lawrence. He died March 22, 1867, in Albany. N. Y.
Calvin, born August
15, 1835,

2. 3.

20, 1806; died young.

Erastus Huntington, born September 10,1807; married

April

4.

Lydia B. Fry, of Albany. He was a paper manufacturer at Balston and Little Falls, N. Y. Aaron Gaylord, born Februai-y 22, 1811 married October 18, 1842, Aune Page. He died in Rutland, Vt. He was a graduate
;

of the University of

Vermont, and was

for jears a Congregational

minister in Norwich, Vt.


5.

Calvin, born August

12, 1813;

married Martha, daughter of Judge


11,

Howes

of Montpelier, Vt.,
in

May

1843; he graduated at the

University of Vermont

1838; professor of Latin and Greek

languages in 1842, and in 1855 elected president of the University.

He

was, in 1862, pastor of the

first

Presbyterian church iu
17,

Rochester, N. Y.
ton, Vt.

He

died

September

1863, in

Burling-

6.
7.

Thomas Huntington, born October Peter Edw^ard, born May 11, 1818;
delia,

24, 1815.

married, June 14, 1841, Cor-

daughter of Everett and Lydia (Chase) Rich.


5,

He

died

February
8.

1905, in Burlington, Vt.

Mary Matilda,
Reuben
O.,

born August 20, 1820; married, September 21,

1841, George Francis.


9.

She died

in Burlington, Vt.

born August
unmarried.

23, 1823; died

January

27, 1848, in

Char-

lotte, Vt.,

10.

Roscius Milton, born March


Charlotte, Vt., unmarried.

7,

1825; died October 12, 1844, in

1. 2. 4.
married,

10. 5. 4. 6.
born in Canaan, Conn., October
24, 1815;

Thomas Huntington Pease,


first,

April 16, 1838, Catherine Nodine, daughter of

Abraham Coon.
She

She died
died in

in

Brooklyn, N. Y.
A^'i^ia^l

He

married, second, April 17, 1848, Elizabeth, married, third, June


1852, Eliza Morris.

daughter of

Haekaliah Preston and Maria (Curtiss) Graham.

New

Haven, Conn.

He

2,

She died

in Bethel, Vt.

He

died September 15, 1890, in

New

Haven, Conn.

He

was for

fifty

years a bookseller in

New

Haven, Conn.

"284

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
CHILDREN.
1.

Caroline Matilda, born

in

Brooklyn, N. Y.. January 12, 1839; Brooklyn, N. Y., Feln-uary 17, 1841.
1849.

died in Branford, Conn., September 12, 1894.


2.

Mary Huntington,

born

in

3.

4.

William Barritt, born January 30, 1844. Salmon Graham, born in New Haven, Conn., March

3,

He

entered Yale College in 1867, but

left after tAvo years,

with-

out graduating.

He was

with George P. Putnam's Sons in

New

and from 1875 to 1901 Avas a member of the firm of Thomas H. Pease and Son, booksellers of New Haven. Since the latter date he has not been in
to 1875,

York City from 1871

business.

He

resides in

New

Haven, and has never married.

1.2.4. 10. 5.4. 6. 3.


1844; married

William Barritt Pease, born in New Haven, Conn., January 30, Mary Frances Cook. He was a captain in the United States
in

Army, and died

Samobor, Austria, October

15, 1903.

CHILDREN.
1.

Catharine Nadine, born


tober
6,

at Fort D. A. Russell,

Wyo.

Ter.,

Oc-

1871

died in Samobor, Austria, August 27, 1899.


at

2.

]\Iiriam
1873.

Halsey, born
born at

Fort D. A. Russell, Wyo. Ter.,


1874.

INIay 23,

3.

Anna

L.,

Omaha

Barracks, Neb., August


at

3,

4.

Elsie 'Huntington, born


30, 1878; died at

Sidney Barracks, Neb., September


1.,

Southampton, L.

March

19, 1879.

1.2.4.10.5.6.
married Chloe Franklin, who 8, 1786 was born in Canaan, February 15, 1793, and died February 23, 1843. He was a farmer in Canaan, Conn., where he died JNIarch 13, 1846.

Horace Huntington, born July

children.
*
1.

2.

Horace F., born October 2, 1812. Mary, born February 2, 1815, in Litchfield, January 21, 1834, Lorenzo W. King, a
builder,
lived

Conn., and married,

carpenter and master


3,

who

died in Bridgeport, Conn., February

1854.

She

with one of her daughters, Mrs. Rodgers, in Stamford,


1817.

in 1856.

*
*

3.

Miles

Tiif>MAS, l)orn Se|)tend)er


22, 1S20, in

8,

4. 5.

John, born ]May

Caaaan.
16,

Martha,

l)orn

July 10, 1825; married Willis C. Rood, a farmer

living in

Canaan.

She died August

1846, and her infant

child with her.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

285

1.2.4.10.5.6.1.
Horace
i-oe)

F.

married October

1,

Huntington, born October 2, 1812, in Canaan, Conn; 1835, Annelia Webb, daughter of Zimri and Anna (MunPreston, Conn.

Webb,

of

New

He was

for years

in

the book trade in

Columbus, Ohio.

In 1852 he removed to the city of Nbav York.

CIIIJ.DREN,
1. 2.

BOUN

IN

COLUMBUS, OHIO.

Mary

3.

Elizabeth, born July 15, 1835. Ellkn Aurelia, born July 30, 1838; married in 1896. Eladis Ortiz, and is now living in Mamaroneck' New York. Horace Howard, born December 6, 1839, and died August 25,
1840.

There

are, also, in

this

family, three adopted children

4. 5.
6.

who will be known only as having the name of Huntington. Oren William, born at Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, October 22, 1849. Hattie Maria, born in New York city, May 23, 1856. Minnie Janette.

1.2.4. 10. 5. 6. 3.
Miles Thomas Huntington, born September 8, 1817, in Hai-tford, Conn. He married, November 20, 1839, Harriet E. Pierce, and lived in
Albany, N. Y.

He

died in Canaan, Conn., September

5,

1845.

children, born in CANAAN, CONN.


1.

Sarah
ton,

2.

born July 28, 1821, and married, in 1860, William Burand lived in Albany. Horace, born July 11, 1844, and died November 30, 1845.
E.,

1. 2. 4.

10. 5. 6. 4.
22,

John Huntington,
first,

born

May

1820, in Canaan, Conn.; married,

East Canaan, Conn., Julia M. daughter of Milton and Prudence N. (Palmer) Adams. She was born September 3, 1822, in New
18, 1845, in

December

^larlborough,

INIass.,

and died February

12, 1870, in

New

Marlborough, Mass.

He
1840.
21,

married, second, February 28, 1872,- in East Canaan, Conn., Mrs.


Sanford.

Jennette L. Green, daughter of Linus

He was a farmer, and lived in New 187S. He was a Congregationalist.

She was born April 12, Marlborough, Mass. He died July Mrs. Huntington resides with her

daughter, Mrs. Kennedy, in

New

Haven.

children.
*
1.

2.

Miles Thomas, born August 14, Horace, born August 10, 1851.

1847.

28G
3.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

Martha Franklin,
ried, in

born April

10, 1853, in

Canaan, Conn.; mar-

Bridgeport, Conn.,

Thomas R. O'Hara.
11,

She died Janu-

ary 11, 1889, in Chicago,


4.

111.

5.

New Marlborough, Haven, Conn. Mary Clesson, born February 1, 1875, in Mill River, Mass.; married, September 9, 1896, in New Haven, Conn., Frank Baldwin, son of John and Cornelia (Baldwin) Kennedy. He was born March 6, 1873, in Coal Creek, Kan. Mr. Kennedy is a manufacturer, and they live in New Haven, Conn. They are EpiscoWillie John, born December
Mass.
1872, in

He

died October

6,

1901, in

New

palians.
6.

Samuel Pease,
married,

born

May

12, 1877, in

New

Marlborough, Mass.;
Jose])hine

November 14, 1896, in New Haven, Conn., Bardolph. They live in New Haven, Conn.

1. 2. 4. 10. 5. 6. 4. 1.
Miles Thomas Huntington, born August
of
in
14, 1847, in

Canaan, Conn.;

married, June 10, 1873, in Great Barrington, Mass., Lizzie Almira, daughter

Benjamin Cole and Alma (Warn) Turner. She was born March 12, 1852, Bridgewater, Conn. He is a grain dealer. He moved to Great Barrington, :Mass., May 10, 1870; later to Pittsfield, and to Amherst, Mass., in 1913. They are now living in Amherst, Mass.

CHILDREN.
1.

Frank Fkothingham, born November


ton, Mass.; married,

25, 1875, in

Great Barring-

November

27, 1905, in Bridgeport, Conn.,

Augusta Marshall, daughter of Henry Burr and Augusta Anna (Marshall) Curtiss. She was born July 29, 1878, in Nichols, Conn. Mr. Huntington is an agent for the Adams Express Co., and has lived in New Rochelle, N. Y., New Haven, Conn., Springfield, Mass., and since July 15, 1903, in South Norwalk,
Conn.
2.

Martha Augusta,

born January

10, 1880, in

Great Barrington,
Great Barrington,

Mass.; married, October 10, 1899, in Great Barrington, Mass.,

William Leavitt Benedict.


Mass.
3.

They

live

in

Grace Alida,
Mass.

born September 19, 1890, in Great Barrington,


in
Pittsfield,

She lived Amherst, Mass.

Mass.,

but she

now

lives in

1.2.4. 10. 5. 6.4. 2.


Horace Huntington,
born August
10, 1851, in

Canaan, Conn.; married

in July, 1871, in Southfield, Mass.,

Anna

Sarah, daughter of Gardner and Sarah

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
(Dow) Harrington.
She was born January
16, 1853, in

287
North Kingston, R.
I.

He

is

a metal turner.

He moved
is

to

Pittsfield,

Mass., in April, 1872, to

Springfield, Mass., in April, 1873,

and

in

January, 1880, to Meriden, Conn.,

where he now

lives.

He

a IJaptist.
18, 1912, in

Mrs. Huntington died

March

Meriden, Conn.

Fkank Buuton, born August 23, 18 79. in West Springfield, Mass. He is a niaehinist, and a Baptist, and lives in INIeriden, Conn.

1. 2. 4.

10.5.8.
May He was an
15, 1792; married,

Owen Huntington,
Eunice, daughter of
lie died

born

in Ashford, Conn.,

Thomas Day,

of Canaan.

iron manufacturer.
in

November

24, 1849, in California.

His widow was living

1858 in

IJirniingham, Conn., with his daughters.

CHILPREN, BORN IN CANAAN, CONN.


1.

2.

bom October 7, 1829, married John K. HubBirmingham. They had one child, Rosa Huntington. Annie Selinda, born June 5, 1834, and resided in New York City
CLAUI^^SA DiANTHE,
bell, of

in 1862.

1. 2. 4. 10. 6.

ary 15, 1770,

William Huntington, born December 30, 1746. He married, FebruMary Cutler. He lived in Hampton, Conn., where he died in

March, 1814.

children.

The
swept
off
1.

only record of this family which


first

the births of the

1 have been able to two children, on the AVindham records. four of the family in the same winter.

find

is

that of

An

epidemic

William, born December

6,

7o,

and died

in 1791.
Jr.,

2.

Mary,

born February 10 1772, married Samuel Fuller,


in 1774, mari-ied

in

1799, and died in 1814.


3.

Eunice, born

4.
5.
6.
7.

Sarah, born

Dr. R. Leonard of Ashford, Conn. and died in 1790. Clarissa, born in 1778, and died in 1790. Caleb, born in 1780, and died in 1790.
in 1776,

8.

Alisthena, born in 1783. Elisha, born in 1784, and died

in 1790.

288

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

1.2.4.11.
Elizabkth (Huntington) Hyde, born
in

Norwich, Alay

6,

1712.

She

married, April 19, 1733, Capt. Matthew, son of John and Experience (Abel)

Hyde, who was born in Norwich, April 27, 1711, and lived in that part Norwich which has since become Franklin. She had a pi-oniising family of She six sons and three daughters; and her descendants are very numerous. died in Franklin, May 20, 1776, and her husband, who after her death married Hannah Pember, died in Franklin in 1792, having had by his second wife six
of
sons.

CUILDKEN.
1.

Matthew,

born April

27, 1734.

2.
3.

4.
5.
6.
7.

Ely, born October 12, 1736. Christopher, born March 25, 1739; died July 2, 1760. James, born April 6, 1741. LORISSA, born October 11, 1743; died June 4, 1762.

Deborah, born

April

5,

1746,

AzRAiH, born August


Uri, born September

30, 1748.
27,

8.
9.

1751

died July

5,

1761.

Elizabeth, born August

18, 1755.

1.2.4. 12.
Jeremiah Huntington,
married,
1747-8,

November

11, 1744,
5,

born in Norwich, December 20, 1715. Sarah Reynolds, who was born November

He
21,
22,

1725, and died, April

1747.

He

married for his second wife, Febiniary

At the close of the Revolution he went to Lebanon, N. H., where he died, June 18, 1794. His first wife was a daughter His second wife was of John Reynolds of Norwich and Lydia Lord of Lyme. a daughter of Ensign Isaac and Elizabeth (Brewster) AVatrous of Lyme, and was born December 2, 1725.

Hannah Watrous.

CHILDREN, BORN IN NORWICH, CONN.


1.

Asa, born September

28, 1745,

and died, October

28, 1746.

*
*

2. 3.

* 4.
5.

Sarah, born December 15, 1748. Jeremiah, born February 8, 1751. Asa, born February 10, 1753. Samuel, born February 24, 1755, and died He was in tlie army during a part of our
Elias, born February 23, 1757. Christopher, born May 24, 1759.

in Virginia unmarried.

revolution.

6.
7.

8.

He was some time in the army, and during the war of the revolution died at the South. Andrew, born November 11, 1761.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
9.

289

Hannah, born March


second wife, Rev.

24, 1764.

She married,

May

23, 1798, as his

Noah AVorcester, n.o., the minister of ThornShe died, much lamented, They had no children. ton, N. H. in 1832, and her husband, who was deservedly eminent as
editor

and

as

an acceptable Unitarian writer, died in Brighton,


1766.

Mass., October 31, 1837, aged 79 years. * 10.

IIezekiah, born September

1,

1. 2. 4. 12. 2.

Sakah (Huntington) Freeman, born in Norwich, December 15, 1748, and married, February 2, 1775, Jonathan, son of Edmund Freeman of Mansfield, Conn. He was born March 21, 1745, O. S. They removed immediately to Hanover, N. H., where he had established himself, being with his father and some of his brothers and uncles of the same name, among the original proprietors of the township, under the charter gi-anted by Gov. Wentworth in 1761. He was much engaged during the period of the Revolution in public service, civil and military, and subseijuently he was much in public life. He was a member of the convention for forming the state constitution, and of that for ratifying the United States Constitution; and for many years was in one or the other branch of the state legislature; was one of the executive council of the state was for two terms a representative in Congress and for many years was a trustee and financial agent of Dartmouth College. He died August 20, 1808. His widow survived him many years. She was an intelligent and
; ;

devotedly pious woman.

She died, September

8,

1846, wanting but three months and a single

week

of being ninety-eight years old.

children.
1.

Peyton

R., born

November

14, 17 75,

graduated at Dartmouth Col-

lege, 1796,
2.

and was a lawyer


28, 177
7,

in Portsmouth,

N. H.
of

Jonathan, born May


grandchildren.

married

Mary Whitehouse

Pem

broke, N. H., lived in Hanover, and had five children and twelve

3.

Christopher, born February


age, and

3,

1779, left

home on an Indian

voy-

was not heard from afterwards.


6,

4.

Edward, born May


of

1781, married,

first,

Philura, daughter of

Daniel Hougli of Lebanon, N. H., and second, Elizabeth Duncan

Grantham, N. H., and had


2,

five children.

5.

Sarah, born August

1783.

6-7.

* *

8.
9.

10.

A pair of Twins, born August 15, 1785. Asa, born January 19, 1788. Samuel, born February 21, 1790. Hannah, born March 23, 1792, and lived unmarried

in

Hanover.

19

290

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

1. 2. 4. 12. 2. 8.

Asa Freeman,
Hon.

horn January
of

9,

1788, graduated at Dartmouth College,

1810, and entered the legal profession.

He

married Frances, daughter of

Wm.

King Atkinson,

Dover, N. H., and lived in Dover.

He was

member of a member
County.

the convention of 1851 fur revising the state constitution, was twice
of the state senate,

and was also register

of probate for Strafford

CHILDREN.
1.

Francis

A., a graduate of

Dartmouth, and a practicing lawyer

in

Calaveras County, California.


2.

Sarah Huntington,
Conn.

wife of the Rev. Dr. ]\larble, of

Newtown,

3. 4.

Abigail

A., wife of Dr. Alfred

W.

Pike of Lawrence,

^Nlass.

One

that died in infancy.

1.2.4.12.2.9.
Samuel Freeman,
Albany, N. Y.
born February 21, 1790.
siding at Saratoga Sj)rings,

He was a physician reand married Helen Van Rensselaer Woodruff of


children.

1.

Samuel, born
1835.

iNIay 2,

1818, and died at Metamoras, Mexico, in

2.
3.

Peyton Randolph, born October 14, 1821, and died May, 1841. Sarah Hannah, born October 6, 1826; married Rev. James S.
Bush of Orange, N.
J.,

and died March

29, 1853.
2,

4.

Hanlock Woodri'kk,
1849, while a

born January 14, 1829, and died June


of

member

Union College.
2,

5. 6.

Anna
last

Elizauetii, born October


born

1832.
4,

Charlotte Woodruff,
two dying young.

May

1835.

The

1.2. 4. 12. 3.
Lois Bates.
in Norwich, February 8, 1751, married She was a school teacher from R. J. He lived in Shaftsbury, He Vt., where he was respected, and where he became a wealthy farmer.

Jeremiah Huntington, born

died in 1831.

children, born in shaftsbury, vt.


*
1.

Jeremiah, born
Levi,

in 1781.

*
*

2.

boi-n in 1784.

3.

Benjamin, born

in 1786.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
Sarah, born
in 1790,

291
They lived in CamThey had one daughter

married Stephen Niles.

bridge, N. Y., wliere she died in 1827.

who married
Asa, born
N.
Y.,

a lawyer.

in 1792,

and married widow Newton.

He

lived at one
in Pittsford,

time in Rochester, N. Y., and died by his

own hand,

August

19, 1857.

1.2.4. 12. 3.
Jekemiau Huntington,
1802, in

1.
Shaftsbury, Vt.; married, in

born in 1781,

in

New

Fane, Vt., Lydia, daughter of Thaddeus and Sarah (Moss)


Tt.,

She was born August 6, 1781, in New Fane, Onondaga, Hill, N. Y. He was a farmer, and lived in Shaftsbury, Vt. Onondaga HUl, N. Y., where he died September
Wait.
22, 1849, at

and died November


in 1805, to

He moved
22,

1856.

They were

Presbyterians.

CHILDREN.
All but the
first

of these children

were born

at

Onondaga,

Hill,

N. Y.

* *

1.

2.

Amanda, Edward,

born January born June

2,

1803, in Shaftsbury, Vt.

18, 1806.

*
*

3.

4.
5.

6.

and died in 1828. Asa, born January 13, 1815. Sophia, born October 9, 1817; married in August 1853, at Onondaga Hill, Horace Alvord, and died January 25, 1866, at Salina,
21, 1811,

Sarah, born October 26, Samuel, born November

1808.

Onondaga Co.
*
7.

Lydia Maria, born July


is

19, 1821.

This record
this in
;

taken from a small home-made book which Jeremiah wrote

copied by his grand daughter. Miss Cornelia S. Gardiner, of Syracuse,

N. Y.

1. 2. 4. 12. 3. 1. 1.

Amanda (Huntington) Easton, born


Vt.; married, in 1829,

January

2,

1803, in Shaftsbury,

Ephraim Easton,

of

Onondaga

Hill,

N. Y.

She died

December
*
1. 2.

12, 1903.

children.

Samuel Huntington, born in 1832. Andrew, born in 1834. He had five


grandchildren.

children and a

number

of

They
in 1837

live in
;

North Dakota.

3.

Augusta, born
Harriet, born

married a Mr. Tybine, and has three


unmarried, and lives in Marengo,

daughters and one son.


4.

in

1838

is

111.

292

HUNTINGTON GENRAI.OGY.

1.2. 4. 12. 3. 1. 1. 1.
Samuel Huntington Eastox,
TheJ
are both dead.

born in 1832; married Patient Mills,

CHILDREN.
1. 2.

Frederick, lives at Rochford, 111., and has one son. Charles, lives in Rose Hill, Onondaga, N. Y., and has
children.

several

3.

4.

Albert, hves Eva, dead.

at

Rose

Hill,

Onondaga, N. Y.

1.2. 4. 12.3.
Edward Huntington,
ried, in 1847, Elisabeth
in 1824,

1. 2.

born June 18, 1806, at Onondaga, N. Y.; marKnowles, of Onondaga Valley, N. Y. She was born

and died

in 1908.

He

died in 1873.

children.
*
*
1.

Josephine, born

in 1852.
in 1864.

2.

Ansel

E.,

horn

1.

2.4. 12. 3.

1. 2. 1.
in

Josephine (Huntington) Cole, born


of East Onondaga, N. Y., and died in 1876.

1852; married George Cole,


is

Mr. Cole

a resident of Minn.

1.

Edson Jerome.
1. 2. 4.

12. 3. 1.2. 2.
in

Ansel

E.

Huntington, born

1864; married

Alma

Bell, a

widow,

who had one son (Charles)

whom

he adopted.

children.
1.

2.

3.

4.

Florence, married a Carruthers. Ethel. William. Ada, dead.

1.2. 4. 12. 3.
Sarah
married,
first,

1. 3.

(lIuNTiN(iTON,

Fellows) Spencer, born October 26, 1808; February 13,1833, Hiram Fellows; married, second, October
Dennis Si)encer.

24, 1853, Miles


Hill,

She died September

11, 1892, at

Onondaga

N. Y.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
CHILDUEN, (FELI-OWS.)
1.

293

Loyal, born

in 1834, died in 1835.

2.

3.

Sakah Sophia, born Dr. Milton A., born


War.

in 1836, died in 1844.


in 1838,

and died

in 1863, during the Civil

1. 2. 4.

12. 3. 1.5.
;

Asa Huntington,
Hill,

born January 13, 1815

married
5,

in 1834, at

Onondaga

N.

Y.,

Mary Holmes.

He

died September

1885, at Onondaga, N. Y.

CHILDREN.
1.

LoREN, born

in 1835.

2.

3.

4.

Morton, born in Eleanora, born Jeremiah, born


the Union

1836.
in 1838.
in

Married a Mr. Betts.

1840, and died in 1863.

He was

a soldier in

Army.

5.
6.

Luke Wait, born in 1843, and died in 1913. James, born in 1844, and lived in Warner, N. Y.

1.
ondaga
N.

2.4. 12. 3. 1.7.

July 19, 1821, at OnJanuary 7, 1840, Samuel, son of Samuel and Jane (Carson) Gardiner. He was born July 15, 1816, in Dalton, Mass. He went to Genesee, N. Y., in 1822; to Syracuse, N. Y., in 1838; back to Genesee, in 1841; to Akron, O., in 1844; to Milwaukee, Wis., in 1846; to New York, in 1852; to Washington, D. C, in 1867, where he lived till the lime of his death. He died in Buflfalo, N. Y., January 12, 1880. He was an inventor and jewelei*. He invented electrical devices and He was the first (Government Electrician. His electric mining crushers. meter-dynamos and battery came into use after his death, and others besides his family were benefitted.
Hill,

Lydia Maria (Huntington) Gardiner, born


Y.; married,

Mrs. Gardiner died March


Presbyterians.

22, 1908, in

Onondaga

Valley.

They were

children.
1.

Emma
to

Elisabeth, born September


4,

1,

1842, in Genesee, N. Y.;

married, September

1872, Robert Peel Minshall, and removed

Washington, D. C.

He

died

December

19, 1904.

2.

Cornelia Sophia, born May 10, 1849, in Milwaukee, Wis.; lives in Syracuse, N. Y. To whom we are indebted for the records
of

Jeremiah

(1. 2. 4. 12. 3. 1.)

and

his descendants.

3.

Ada Florence,

adopted 1864.

294

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
1. 2. 4. 12. 3. 2.

Levi Huntington, born in Mosher, moved to Onondaga Hill, N.

1784, in
Y.,

Shaftsbury, Vt.; married

Lucy

and carried on a farm of 140

acres.

CHILDREN.
1.

Jeremiah (Jould, born


ried, in

about 1808; died


Y.,

Onondaga, N.

May 17, 1876, unmarwhere he had lived many years.

* *
*

2.

Caroline.

3.

Jane Hildreth.
Lucy, died January
6,

4.
5. 6.

189 7, unmarried.

Andrew.
Olive.

1.2.4. 12. 3. 2. 2.
Caroline (Huntington) Moore, married a Mr. Moore, who
deceased her.
pre-

children.
1.

2. 3.

George C, married Hattie Jabob, married Rebecca Alice, married Deville Hubbard.
.

lives in

Newhall, Mich.

1. 2. 4. 12. 3. 2. 3.

Jane Hildreth (Huntington) West, married


dead.

a Mr.

West; both are

children.
1. 2.

George W.,

married and both he and his wife are dead.

Sarah, married a Mr. Nuckols.

1. 2. 4. 12. 3. 2. 5.

Andrew Huntington,

married Pheba Dewel.

He

died July 23, 1842.

children.
* *
1.

Jeremiah Mortimer, born May

6,

1831.

2.

Mary

Jane, born February

23, 1834.

1. 2. 4. 12. 3. 2. 5. 1.

Jeremiah Mortimer Huntington, born May


Hill,

6,

1831, in

Onondaga

N.

Y.;

married February
10,
")

4, 1849,

Louisa Bullard.

He

married a second

time,

March

1859,

in

Polly (Culver
there in 1867.

Howell.

Marion, N. Y., Amanda, daughter of Joshua and She was born in Marion, N. Y., in 1833, and died
to

Shortsville,

Mr. Huntington was a farmer, and lived in Marion, N. Y. He moved N. Y., in November, 1869, where he died January 8, 1898.

HUNtlNGl'ON GENEALOGY.

295

CHILDREN.

1.

Andrfav Charles, born October

6,

1850.

2.

Mary

Olive, born September

8,

1852, in

Onondaga

Hill,

N. Y.;

married Charles Caulkins; they


3.

live in

Auburn, N. Y.

Sarah Salina,
Shortsville.

born October 31, 1854, in Onondaga Hill, N. Y.; married in Shortsville, N. Y., Wallace Curtis. She died at

4.

5.

Carrik Louisa, born October 3, 1856, in Onondaga, N. Y.; marThey live in Kalamazoo, Mich. ried James jSlyette. Hiram Howell, born October 9, 1860, in Marion, N. Y.

1.2.4. 12.3.2.
Andrew Charles Huntington,
Hill,

5. 1. 1.
6,

born October

1850. in

N. Y.; married December

7,

1870. in Shortsville, N. Y., Celia

Onondaga Ann.
She was
1899, in

daughter of Jenison and Esther Susannah (Batchelor)


Pittsford,

Bancroft.
6,

born November 25, 1850, in Shortsville, X. Y., and died INIarch

Mich.
a carpenter and farmer, and

He was
They were
*
1.

moved from
in

Shortsville,

Michigan, in November, 1877.


Presbyterians.

He

died

Pittsford,

N. Y., to September 17,1899.

children.

Eva

Isora, born July N. Y.

27, 1872.
8,

2.

Charles William,
in Shortsville,

born March

1874, and died

June

24, 1874,

1.2.4. 12.3. 2.5.


Eva Isora (Huntington) Monroe,
Falls,

1. 1. 1.
Edwin Linus, son of He was born No-

born July 27, 1872, in Seneca

N.

Y.;

married March

9,

1890, iu Pittsford Mich.,

Guilford Dudley and Frances Agnes (Severance) Monroe.

vember 13, 1870, in Pittsford, Mich. Mr. Monroe is a farmer, and moved from Pittsford, Mich., to Harrison, Mich., where he now lives, April 1, 1909. He was a trustee in the ^Methodist church from 1896 to 1900.

children, born in pittsford, MICH.


1.

Mortimer Linus,
Alvin
L, born

2.
3.

born June 19, 1891. December 16, 1892.


Esthp:r, born

Grace Rachel
13, 1896.

May

17, 1894.

4.

Guilford Bancroft, born January


Pearl, born and died January Charles Paul, born August
12, 1897.

11, 1896,

and died March

5.
6.

19, 1899.

296
7.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

8.
9.

Frances Ann, born June 11, 1901. William Dudley, born August 14,

1902.

10.

A Son, born April 30, 1904, and died November 7, 1904. Mabel Adele, born January 9, 1908, and died December
1.

10, 1909.

2.4. 12. 3. 2. 5.

1.
9,

5.
1860, in Marion, N. Y.:

Hiram Howell Huntington,


married, January burn, N. Y.
1,

born October

1883, in Shortsville, N. Y., Grace, daughter of Elijah and

Susan HoUister (Jenkins) Uphani.

She was born


expert.

Ajjril 19, 1864, in

Sher-

He
he now

is

a mechanic, a grain
October, 1908.

drill

He moved

to Phelps,

N.

Y., in

January, 1884; to Shortsville in April, 1888, and to Richmond, Ind., where he


lives in
is

manager of the experimental department Richmond the American Seeding Machine Co.
children.
*
1. 2.

He

division of

Victor Courtland, born March

13, 1885.
19, 1887, in

Thurlow
is

Titus, born February

Phelps, N. Y.
of the
is

Dartmouth College 1910, and opathic Medical College, N. Y., 1913, m. d., and
a graduate of

He Home-

practicing in

Rochester, N. Y.
3.

Levi Howell, born December

27, 1888, in Shortsville,

N. Y.

1.2.4. 12. 3.2.5.


N. Y.; married, July

1. 5. 1.
in

Victor Courtland Huntington, born March 13, 1885, 16, 1913, in Newark, N. Y., Mina Miller.
child.
1.

Phelps,

Gertrude Miller, born March


1. 2. 4.

8,

1915, at Albany, N. Y.

12. 3. 2. 5. 2.
5,

Mary Jane (Huntington) Williams,


Onondago, N.
Y.;

married September

1854, in
21,

Rollin Williams.

He was born March

February 23, 1834, in Onondaga, N. Y., Charles 1832, in Sodus, N. Y., and died
born

April 27, 1882, in Sodus, N. Y.

children, born in sodus,


1.

n. y.
2,

Mary
Clara

J.,

born June

3,

1856; died February


10,

1874.
in

2.

A.,

born September
;

1858; married

Sodus, N. Y.,

Charles A. Laing

they live in Dodge City, Kan.

3.

Charles Joseph, born

July

13, 1860.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

297

1.2. 4. 12. 3.2. 5.


Charles Joseph Williams, bom
ried,

2. 3.
live in

July 13, 1860, in Sodus, N. Y.; marSodus,

January N. Y.

25, 1883, in Sodus,

N. Y., Ellen E. Seaman; they

CHILD.
1.

Charles Benjamin, born


in

April

7,

1885, in Sodus, N. Y.; he lives

New

York, N.

Y'^.

1.2.4.12.3.2.6.
ing his widow,

Olive (Huntington) Alvoud, married who died previous to 1870.


children.
1.

a Mr. Alvord.

He

died, leav-

2.

Thomas G., Edward.

married J. Eloise

1.2.4.12.3.3.
Benjamin Huntington, born
1841, Susan Smith,
in 1786, in Shaftsbury, Vt.; married, in

who was born

in 1791.

He was

a farmer in Springfield,

N. Y., where

all his childrtni

were born.

children.
1.

Sylvia, born
in

in 1808; married, in 1842, J. P.

1809

lived in

Minden, N.

Y.,

KeUer, who was born and had one child.

2.

Benjamin, born

in 1810.
in 1834,

3.

Mauy,

born in 1812; married,

Hosea F. Antisdel,

lived in

Cooperstown, and had two children.


4.

Lydia, born in 1812, twin with Mary; married, in 1835, Peter Hardy, lived in Springfield, N. Y., and had two children.
Isaiah, born in 1818. Julia, born in 1822; married,
in 1840, Seth B. Payne, lived hawk, Montgomery county, N. Y., and had two children. Amelia, born in 1824, and died aged twelve years.
in

5.
6.

Mo-

7.

8.

9.

Charles, born 1828, and lived single in Georgia. Samuel, born in 1832 was a merchant, and farmer, unmarried,
;

in

Springfield,

N. Y.

1. 2. 4. 12. 3. 3. 2.

Benjamin Huntington, born


who was born
in 1820.

in 1810; married, in 1839,

Elenora Rase,

They

lived in Rochester,

N. Y.

298

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
CHILDREN.
1. 2. 3.

Helen, born in William, born

1837.
in 1842.

Emma, born

in 1846.

1. 2. 4. 12. 3. 3. 5.
Isaiah Huntington, born in 1818, in Springfield, N. Y.; married, Mary Green, who was born in 1834. He was a farmer, and lived Springfield, N. Y., where his children were born.
1854,
in
in

CHILDREN.
1.

Georgiana, born
TsAiAH, born

in 1856.

2.

in 1857.

1. 2. 4. 12. 4.

Mary

Asa Huntington, born in He resided for a Mai-sh.

Norwich, February

10, 1753.

He

married

while in Canaan, Conn., where he and his

wife both died.

children.
1.

Fanny,

died in Thornton, N. H., unmarried.


25, 1781.

2.

Jonas, born April

3.

Mary,

born

May

30, 1785; married,

February

1,

1807, David, son


first wife.

of the

Rev.

Noah Worcester of Thornton, N.


in Brighton, Mass.,

H., by his

She lived
1815.

where she died November

27,

1. 2. 4.

12. 4. 2.

Jonas Huntington, born


ried, first, Polly Blodgett.

i\Iay

Marsh.

He

April 25, 1781, in Canajoharie, N. Y.; marHe married, second, She died in Chelsea, Vt. was a farmer, and died in Chelsea, Vt. They were Con-

gregationalists.

children.
1.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

299

1.2.4.12.4.2.11.
Charles Huntington,
ried,

born September 24, 1830, in Chelsea, Vt.; mar-

April

9,

1854, in Gloucester, Mass.,

Mary

Elizabeth, daughter of
3,

Edward
moved

May (Smith) Perkins. She was born Mass. He was a bookkeeper. Pie lived in
and
to Gloucester, to

September

1835, in Gloucester,

Chelsea, Vt., in 1848; later

ber 21, 1905.

Lynn, to Athol, and He was a Methodist.

to

Salem, Mass., where he died Decem-

CHILDKEN.
1.

2.

Clara May, born May 18, 1859, and died March 26, 1864. Evelyn Perkins, born October 2, 1861; married, July 1, 1888, Frederick Adams Draper. She died AprU 7, 1908. Mr. Draper
lives in Pierre, So.

Dakota.
April 16, 187 7; lives in Medford, Wis.

3.

Charles Edward, born

1.2.4. 12.6.
Elias Huntington, born February 23, 1756-7, in Norwich, Ct.; marMary (Eaton), the widow of Seth West. He removed with his father's family to Lebanon, N. H., where he lived and died on the homestead purchased by his father. He and his wife were both members of the Congregational
ried

church
*
*

in

Lebanon.

children.
1. 2.

Elias, born July 18, 1797. Mary, born in 1799.

1. 2. 4. 12. 6. 1.
Elias Huntington, born July 18, 1797, in Lebanon, N. H.; married Lucinda Putnam, February 18, 1818. He resided in Lebanon, N. H., and died February 6, 1825. Both be and his wife were members of the Congregational church.

children, born in LEBANON,


1.

N. H.
single,

Fanny
in

M., born June Hanover, N. H.

4,

1820,

and died
9,

December

9,

1851,

2.

Newton Stephen,

born August

1822.

1.2.4. 12. 6.
Newton Stephen Huntington,

1. 2.

9, 1822, in Lebanon, N. H.; married, April 30, 1844, in Hanover, N. H., Mary, daughter of Isaac and Lucy (Chandler) Bridgman. She was born February 7, 1824, and died March 3, 1906, in Hanover, N. H. Until thirty-three years of age he was en-

born August

300
gaged

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
in agricultural pursuits.

Later at Etna he became a merchant, of the

firm of

Dodge and Huntington.

Removing

to

Hanover, he was a member

of

the firm of Huntington and Simmons. In 1864 he was chosen cashier of the Dartmouth National Bank, and less

than a year later he became,

also, ti'easurer of the

and

later

he was President of both

institutions, in

Dartmouth Savings Bank, which capacities he served

until his death.

He was

not a college graduate, but Dartmouth bestowed upon


A., in

him the

honorary degree of M.
thirty-five years.

1885.

He was

moderator of the town meetings for

He was

elected representative in the State Legislature,

from Hanover,

in

1858, 1885, 1887. 1889, 1891, 1895 and 1897, and to the

State Senate in 1893.

He

died August

2,

1899, in Hanover, N.

H.

They were members

of the Baptist church.

CHILDREN.
*
1.

Mary
7,

Ellen, born August


30,

8,

1847.

2.

Fanny, born July

1853, in Hanover,

1874, in Hanover, Charles Parker, son of

N. H.; married, July Samuel Sewell and

Eunice (Colby) Chase. He was born May 6, 1845, in West Newbury, Mass. Mr. Chase is treasurer of Dartmouth College and president of Dartmouth National Bank. He is a graduate
of

Dartmouth College,

in the Class of 1869.

They

are Congregationalists, and have no children.

1.

2.4. 12. 6.

1.

2. 1.

over,

Fletcher, born August 8. 1847, in HanN. n.; married, July 2, 1872, in Hanover, N. H., Robert, son of Edward Hatch and Mary Augusta (Hill) Fletcher. He was born August 23, 1847. Mr. Fletcher is Director of the Thayer School of Engineering, connected with
Dartmouth College. They are Bajitists.

Mary Ellen (Huntington)

He

is

a graduate of AVest Point, in the Class of 1868.

CHILDREN.
1.
2.

Mary
of of of

Adklink, born May


Dartmouth College,

2C, 1873; lives in

Kdi'.Kirr

HuNTiNCTuN, born February


a. h.,

18, 1S75.

Hanover, N. H. He is a graduate
the

1890.

He

received
in 1898,

degree

Master of Arts from Harvard University

Philosophy from the same institution in

and a Doctor 1901. He had a

ti-aveling fellowship
fi'ssoi-

from Harvard

in

1901-2; was assistant pro-

of English

Literature in Washington University, at St.


lie resided in
111.,

Louis, Mo., from 190-2 to 1904.


1

from 1904

to

908, and, since the latter date, has been professor of English

Literature in Grinnell College, Grinnell, Iowa.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

301

1.2.4. 12. 6.
^Iaky (Huntington) Richardson, born
father in Lebanon,

2.
in 1799, in

Lebanon, N. H.;

married Daniel Richardson, and lived on the homestead purchased by her

N. H., where she died April

4,

1830.

CHILDREN.
1.
2.

3.

Daniel Augustus, was married and lived in Lebanon, N. IL Mary Huntington, married Daniel Hinckley of Lebanon, N. H. Elias Huntington, a graduate of Dartmouth College in 1850,
and of the Andover Theological School in 1853; married a Miss Stevens, and was the pastor of the First Congregational church in Dover, N. H.

Two

other children died in infancy.

1.2.4. 12. 8.
Andrew Huntington,
born in Norwich, November
in 1787,
11. 1761;

went

to

Lydia Davis, of Lebanon, N. H. She was born May 1, 1759. In 1830 he went to Pittsford, N. Y., where he He was in service in the War of the Revolution, and was with died in 1845. Washington in his retreat from Long Island.

Hanover, N. H., where he married

CHILDREN.
*
1.

Andrew,

born

May

8,

1789.

*
*

2.

Asa, born November

12, 1791.

3.

4.

Samuel, born May 16, 1794. Lydia, born November 16, 1796; Barzillai Bush, M. D., who was a
port,

married, September

6,

1824,

practicing physician of Brock-

N. Y.

She died

May

5,

1833.

1.2.4. 12. 8.
Andrew Huntington, born May
;

1.

was a physician, at Pittsford, 8, 1789 where he had been in practice since 1816. He married for his first wife, Lydia Munroe, of Shaftsbury, Vt., where he entered upon the practice of his profession in company with Dr. Daniel (1. 3. 9. 3. 2.) She died March 31, He married, for his second wife, Sarah Upjohn, an 1838, in Pittsford, N. Y. English lady, and for his third wife, widow Tooker, of Pittsford. He died in
N.
Y.,

Pittsford,

March

12, 1861.

He

retreived his medical education at


his practice.

Dartmouth

College,

and became wealthy from

children, born in pittsford,


*
*
1.

n. y.

Wales Munroe,
Lydia, born
six
in

born March

5,

1820.

2.

August, 1822.

3.

Joshua Munroe,
months
old.

born November

12, 1825,

and died one year and

302

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

1. 2. 4. 12. 8. 1. 1.

Wales Munkoe Huntington,


married, December
0,

born

in Pittsford,

1845, Dorothy Ann, daughter of


in practice with his father,

N. Y., March 5, 1820; James Hopkins. He

was a physician, and


Pittsford.

with

whom he

studied, in

He

graduated at the Geneva Medical College in 1842.


20, 1826.

His wife

was born January

CHILDREN, BOKN IN PITTSFORD,


1.
2.

N. Y.

James Hopkins, born November 20, 1848. Sarah Elizabeth, born December 23, 1853.
Clarissa M.,
l)orn

3.

November

4,

1859.

1.2.4.12.8.1.2.
Lydia (Huntington) Rowley, born August,
1822; married, July 26,
1843, William C. Rowley, a lawyer, and resided in Rochester, N. Y.

CHILDREN.
1.

Andrew Huntington,
Sara Evelyn,

born April 22, 1844.

2.
3.

born March, 1846.


1853.

4.

Helen, born July, 1849. Eliza Voorhees, born April

9,

1.2.4. 12. 8.2.


N. H., and was a farmer.

He lived in Hanover, 12, 1791. He was much in public life, having been a member He married for his first wife, in February 1816, of the state legislature. He Achsah, daughter of Deacon Samuel Blade, wlio died February 2, 1834.
Asa Huntington,
born November

married for his second wife, March

17, 1836,

widow Mary Redington,


JNIaine, of

of

anon, N. H., and daughter of Hon. Stei)hen

Hartland, Vt.

LebShe

was born November

28, 1794.

CHILDREN, BORN IN HANOVER,


*
1.

N. H.

Henry

Slade, born September


16, 1819,

11, 1818.

2.

Sarah, born December


married.

and died November


7,

17, 1852, un-

3.

Hannah Worcester,
16, 1853,

born August

1821; married, September


1855.

O.

S. Tngalls, a

lawyer rt^siding in Hanover, N. H.


4,

They had one


4.

child,

Asa Huntington, born December

She died January 3, 1890. Alice Swift, born Noveml)er 9, 1823; married, March 16, 1848, O. S. Ingalls, and had two children Mary Ahce, born December She 28, 1848, and Orville Huntington, born October 6, 1851. died January 21, 1853, after which her husband married Hannah
;

Worcester,

sister of his lirst wife.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
5.

303
June
6,

Fanny, born January


lege in 1846,

18, 1825; married,

1849, George E.

Spencer, a physician,

and

settled in his profession at Laconia,

They had one


October
6.
7.

child

Dartmouth ColN. II. which died young, and the mother died
his

who took

diploma

at

4,

1855.
11, 1828,

William, born November

Edward,

born July

4,

1831,

and died single, June and died March 3, 1858.

6,

1853.

1.2.4. 12. 8. 2. 1.
Henry .Slade Huntington, born September 11, 1818, in Hanover, N. II. Received his medical diploma at Dartmouth College in 1846; married Jane Lovett, of Charlton, N. Y., and settled in the practice of his profession, in Penfield, N. Y. He died in Penfield, February 23, 1861.
CHILD.
*
1.

Horace Lovett,
1.

born February

3,

1854, in Penfield, N. Y.

2.4. 12. 8.

2. 1. 1.

Horace Lovett Huntington, born February 3, 1854, in Penfield, N. Y.; married, first, in May 1877, in Hanover Center, N. H., Ruth Anjliue ^Vadrobe. She died February 10, 1878, in Hanover Center, N. H. He married, second,

Noveml)er

6,

1885, in Lebanon,

daughter of

Amos and

Abigail

N. H., Martha Melvina Hills, Martha (Graves) Camp. He is a manufacturer,


CHILD.

a dealer in lumber, and a farmer.

1.

Jennie Wadrobe, born Februaiy

8,

1878.

1. 2. 4. 12.

8.2.

1. 1. 1.
8,

Jennik Wadrobe (Huntington) Vittum, born February Hanover Center, N. H.; married, September 29, 1901, William Mrs. Vittum is a nurse, and lives in Haverhill, Mass.

1878, in

S.

Vittum.

1.

Pauline Matha Huntington, born July


Montello, Mass.

7,

1907.

She

lives in

1.2. 4. 12. 8. 3.
Saaiuel Huntington, born
1825.

May

16,

1794; married

November

11, 1817,

Eunice, daughter of Samuel Slade, of Hanover, where he died, January 17,

304

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
CHILDREN, BORN IN HANOVER,
*
*
1. 2.

N. H.

Eliza, burn January

20, 1818.

Samuel Davis,

born September 25, 1819.

3.

Lydia, born August 3. 1821; married Thompson Slade, of Hanover, where they lived and had two children, William and Lydia.

4.

Harriet Ann, born October

26, 1823, married

Gibson of

Rochester, N.Y., and had one child.

They

lived in

Dundas, C.W.

1.

2.4. 12.8.3.

1.
Hanover, N. H.;

Eliza (Huntington) Nyk, born January

20, 1818, in

married, Loren Nye, in 1840 or 1842, a farmer of Pittsford, N. Y.

CHILDREN.
1.
2.

Minerva E., born December 29, 1845 married Anscome. Samuel H., born in September 26, 1848. He was a pioneer
;

to the

State of Colorado in 1878, and to her Western Slope in 1881

taking up a homestead September


twenty-five years.

3,

1881,

where he lived
first

for

He now

resides in the City of Montrose,

Colorado.

He was

appointed as one of the

County Com-

missioners by Governor Grant in 1882.


3.

4.

Ida Stella, married Hoff. Silas Eugene, born in the Spring

of 1856,

is

dead.

1.

2.4. 12. 8. 3. 2.

Samuel Davis Huntington, born September 26, 1819, in Hanover, N. H.; married, January 28, 1847, in Blue Island, 111., Maria Devoe, daughter She was born March 27, of James Walter and Ruth (Chadeayne) Robinson. 1828, in New York City, N. Y., and died December 24, 1885, in Blue Island, 111. He was a railroad man.
In 1845, and again
in 1846,

he brought (overland) large flocks of sheep


111.

from Monroe Co., N. Y., to Cook Co., He was lame. his being a soldier.

broken ankle

in

1847 pi-evented

He
1887.

lived in Blue Island, TIL, from 1845 to 1887,

and died there March

30,

CHILDREN, BORN IN
*
1.

HUE

ISLAND, ILL.

Walter

* 2.
3.

James, born February 19, 1848. born March 10, 1850. Elizabeth Bingle, born September 27. 1851; niariied Sei)tembcr 27, 1894, in Chicago, lU., David Walter, son of Ebenezer and He was horn July 12, 1834, in Gertrude (Ilusted) Sutherland. Pittsford, N. Y., and liad been mari-ied once before this marriage. He lived in He was in the crockery business, then real estate.

Henry Robinson,

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

305

Pittsford, N. Y., until 1851, when he moved to Chicago, 111. He was one of Chicago's pioneer settlers, and lived there until his death, December 18, 1904. Mrs. Sutherland is principal of one

of Chicago's public schools.

4.
5.

Eunice Slade, born December 17, 1853. Fannie Fern, born February 27, 1856 married, October
;

3,

1877,

in Blue Island,

111.,

Heber

S.

Rexford,

Jr.,

of Prescott, Mass.

They had two


6.

daughters,

who died

in infancy.
111.

Mrs. Rexford

died October 27, 1882, in Blue Island,

IIattie Shotwell, born November 24, 1871, in Blue Island, 111.

22, 1861,

and died October

1. 2. 4.

12.8. 3.2.
born February
111.,

1.
19, 1848, in

Walter James Huntington,


111.;

Blue Island,

Hegeman. She was born in Germany, and died in Blue Island, 111. He is a farmer, and moved from Portland, Ore., to AVoodland, Washington, where he now lives.
married, April 13, 1878, in Blue Island,
Carline

CHILDREN.
1.

Howard Henry,
bell.

born December

4,

1878; married Bertie

Camp-

2.

Frances Rexford, born January


Ore., Charles Sylvester.

18, 1881;

married in Hillsboro,
Ore.

They

live in Portland,

3.

Samuel Right,
Blue Island,

born

May

31, 1900,

an adopted son.

He

lives in

111.

1.2.4. 12. 8. 3.
Henry Robinson Huntington,
111.;

2. 2.
10, 1850, in

born March

Blue Island,

daughand Jane (Hulbert) Lyman. She was born, May 1, 1852, in Lowville, N. Y., and died June 20, 1908, in Blue Island, 111. He married, second, June 11, 1910, in Delton, Wis., Elsie Belle, daughter of James Madison and Mary Elizabeth (Morrison) Hulbert. She was born, April 25, 1872, in Baraboo, Wis. He is a railroad conductor, and lived in Blue Island, 111., until 1874, in Springfield, Mass,, from 1874 to 187 7, and in Blue Island, 111., from 1877 to the present time. He has been employed by the Rock Island R. R. Company for forty-two
married,
first,

October

31, 1875, in Springfield, Mass., Susie Ella,

ter of Perley G.

years

as passenger conductor for thirty years.

They

are Universalists.

children.
1.

Henry Howard,
Blue Island,
111.,

born June

1,

1880; married, June 24, 1908, in

Amanda M.

Kehl.

They

live in

Chicago,

III.

306
2.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

Harriet Ruth,
1903, in Blue
Island,
111.

born
Island,

September
111.,

3,

1881

married August

19,

William Berry.

They

live

in

Blue

3.

Samuel Lyman,
1889.

born November

4,

1885, and died February

6,

1.2.4. 12.8.3.2. 4.
Eunice Slade (Huntington) Peikce, born December
Blue Island.
111.;

17, 1853,

in

married, July

15, 1874, in

Blue Island,

111.,

Alden I'omroy
111.

Peirce, of Prescott, Mass.

She died July


child.

21, 1883, in

Blue Island,

I.

Eva

Louise, born June

2,

1875, in Blue Island,

111.

1. 2. 4.

12.8. 3.2.4.
2,

1.

Eva Louise
17, 1898, in

Blue Island,

(Peirce) Roche, born June 111., Fred Walter Roche.

1875; married September

CHILDREN.
1. 2.

3.

Eunice Elizabeth, born June 2, 1899. Alice Peirce, born August 2, 1901. Francis Alden, born May 25, 1905.

4.

Fred Walter,

born December 20, 1906.

1. 2. 4. 12.

10.

in Norwich, Conn., Sejjtember 1, 17(56; Hanover, N. H., where he married Esther, eldest daughter of Samuel Slade, of Hanover. Here he became a reed maker, and also an extensive fanner, but removed to Haverhill, N. II., where his wife died. He died in

Hezekiah Huntington, born


to

went

1830, while on a journey to the West.

CHILDREN.
1.

2.

Fanny, married Hosea S. Baker, a farmer, of Haverhill. N. Esther, married Ezra Niles, a farmer, of Haverhill, N. H.
1. 2. 5.

11.

Thomas Huntington,

born

in

Norwich, Conn., March

18, inti4;

must

have attained sonic distinction since he a)>])carson the record, toward the close of his life with that title, which in those days had significance, Thomas
Huntington, Esq., he being a Justice of the Peace.

He married February 10, 1686-7, Elizabeth, second daughter of Lieut. William and Elizabeth (Pratt) Backus, one of the most enterprising of the

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
Norwich

307

settlers. He was a professed Christian, and as appears from contemporary records, an active and successful business man. In the Fall after his marriage he removed with his cousin Joseph, (1. 3. 4.) to aid in laying the foundations of the new town of Windham. Here his name occurs often in the

early records,

land, lying to the north of the

and always honorably. town


Mansfield, his

He
of
lot

received from his father a tract of


lying in the towns of

Windham; now

Windham and

own house

lying in the latter town.

Accord-

ingly, at the organization of the Mansfield church,

October

18, 1710,

Thomas

Huntington enters his name with ten others to constitute the new church. His wife's name is recorded among the members, on the 25th of the same month and year. He was ordained deacon, February 20, 1714-15, and is in
the recoi'd st\'led Capt.

Thomas Huntington.

In his will, dated October 31,

1732, he divides his "lands and meadows, in and about the

Swamps,"

to his three sons,


:

bears this inscription

Nauchang Cedar Thomas, Jedidiah and Eleazer. His tombstone "After he had served God and his people, Boath in
asleep in Jesus,
29,
1

Church and

State,

he

fell

November

7,

1732."
in the

His wife died, December


burying ground.

728,

and was

also buried

Windham

May

Windham records, under date of Mr. Samuel Whiting the one-half of a parcel of wilderness land, in the county of Hartford, bounded east by Nipmuc path, northerly, Windham bounds, southerly with Norwich toAvn bounds, and westerly with Shetucket river, the above north bounds to begin at Windham
Thos. Huntington, as appears from the
13, 1699, " grants

to

southeast corner."

CHILDREN.
*
1.

Thomas, born

April 22, 1688.


in

2.

Jedidiah, born

Norwich, March

14,

1692-3, where his and

his older brother's births are recorded.

The

only other records

found of him are, that notice in the sketch of his father, his admission to the Mansfield church, May 18, 1712, and his
death on the Mansfield second book of records, April
2, 1

780,

aged 87 years.

Elizabeth, born, probably,


birth
is

Windham, April 17, 1695, as her records. The marriage of Caleb Chappel and Elizabeth Huntington, December 6, 1722,
in

found on the

Windham

is

found on the Lebanon records.

It is

probably this EUzabeth.

4.

*5.
6.

Eleazer, born July 28, 1697. Ruth, born August 8, 1699. Lydia, born in Windliam, in February
June
22, 1744.

1701-2. She married, October 22, 1730, Dea. Nathaniel Wales of Windham, who died

7.

William, born March 27, 1705. Christopher, born in Mansfield, October


29, 1714.

3,

1707, and died

May

9.

Simon, born July

6,

1710.

308

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

1. 2.

5. 1.

Thomas Huntington,
]\Iansfifld,

in Mansfield,

September 6, June 25, 1716, and he

born in Norwich, April 22, 1688, aud married in 1711, Elizabeth, daughter of John Arnold. She died
niari-ied for his

second wife,

in April, 1733,

Mehetabel, daughter of James Johnson, of Andover.


occurs on the

He

joined the INIansfield

church, April 21, 1717, and seems to have been an active member.

His name

Windham
8,

records,

December

14, 1744, as

guardian for Dorcas,


letter to the

daughter of his brother

Wm.

Huntington, and administrator on his estate.

He

died January
1,

1755.

His second wife took with her a

church, July

1733, and died in Aj)ril 1740.

CHILDREN, BORN IN MANSFIELD, CONN.


1.

Mehetabel, born
Basset, Jr.

in Mansfield,

May

31,

1712: baptized June


18,

1,

1712, aud married, in iNIansfield,

March
15,

1735-6, Nathaniel

2.

Anne, born

in Mansfield,

November
jMay

1714, and

married, in

April, 1747,
3.

Edmund Hovey.
in Mansfield,
19,

Elizabeth, born
1735.

1735,

and died

May

24,

* *

4. 5.

Thomas, born June 5, 1736. Christopher, born July 7, 1738.

1.

2.5. 1.4.
1

loth of the same month.

Thomas Huntington, born in Mansfield, June 5, 736; baptized on the He was married, and lived at Fort Miller, N. Y.
CHILD.
1.

He

died in 1805.

James, born

in

Fort Miller, N. Y.

1.

2. 5. 1. 5.
in

Chkistophek Huntington, born


on the 9th of the same month.

Mansfield, July
in INIansfield,
9,

7, 1

738;
7,

and

baptizeil

He

married

May

1761, Mary,

daughter of Perez Dimock.


to

She was born October

1739.

In 1781, he went

Norwich, Vt., from which place he i-emoved

in 1789, to aid in the settlement

tion,

same state. He embratied the doctrine of univei'sal salvaand was an approved preacher of that denomination. He spent his last years in Compton, Canada East, where he died, December 14, 1810, and his From various sources of testimony, he seems to have been a wife in 1833. man of unusual tenderness of feeling, kind and generous, and ever ready to do
of Roxbury, in the

good.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
CHILDREN, BORN IN MANSFIELD, CONN.
*
*
1.

309

2.

* * *
*
*

3.

4.
5. 6.
7.

8.

Christopher, born November 11, 1761. Elijah, born August 21, 1763. Jedidiah, born August 9, 1765. Thomas, born June 10, 1767. Perez, born June 26, 1769. Benjamin, born July 5, 1771. Mary, born November 21, 1774. Lydia, a twin with Mary, died of consumption,
Roxbury, Vt.

in

June, 1792, in

9.

Gideon, born April

25, 1777.

10.

Mehetabel, born May

28, 1780,

and died of consumption,

in

Jan-

uary, 1816, in Compton, C. E., having never married.

1.

2.5. 1.5.

1.
11, 1761.

Christopher Huntington, born November


1787, in Vermont, Eunice Chadwick,

He

married, in

that state.

He moved

to

and was a blacksmith, in Randolph, of Covington, Tioga county, Penn., about 1816.

children born in roxbury, vt.


1.

Hannah,

born

in 1789;

married Gen. Thomas Putnam.

2. 3.

Shubael, born

in 1791.

4.

5. 6.
7.

Eunice, born in 1793; married Simon Clinton. Stephen, born in 1795, died from the accidental discharge musket at a training, in 1812. Sarah, born in 1797, married Loren Clark. Cynthia, born in 1799; married Letsoner Loundsbury. Sally, born in 1801; married Josiah Graves.

of a

1.

2. 5. 1.5. 1. 2.
Vt.;

Shubael Huntington, born in 1791, in Roxbury, Ketts. He was a blacksmith, and resided in

married Mary

Covington, Pa.

310

HUNTINGTON GKNEALOGY.

1. 2. 5. 1. 5. 1.

2. 6.
3,

Almond Shubael Huntington,


Pa.; married,

born October

1823, in Covington,

August 8, 1847, in Truxton, N. Y., Laura Louisa, daughter of She was born January 20, 1825, in TruxJoseph and Laura Louisa Martin. ton, N. Y., and died January 31, 1902, in Silver Creek, Minn. He was a carpenter. He lived in Truxton, and Corning, N. Y., in the year 1846; in Lindley, Pa., in 1849; in Eaton, N. Y. in 1851 in Utica, Wis.,
;

in 1857.
in the Civil

He

died in Madison, Ind.,


first

May

14, 1864.

War, with Co. K,

Wisconsin Cavalry.

He served as a private He enlisted in Decem-

ber, 1861.

CHILDREN.
1.

HiRAM

Tire, born June

4,

1848, in Corning, N. Y.; died July 29,

1885, in Oshkosh, Wis.


2.

Seymour Dalton,
1886, in

born April

14, 1850, in Lindley, Pa.,

and died
lives in

April 29, 1891, in Oshkosh, Wis.

He was

married

in the fall of

New

York,

to Elizabeth C.

King,

who now

Denver, Colo.
3.

Melville Harris, born September

29, 1851, in

Canton, N. Y.,

4.

5.

6.

7.

and died November 6, 1853, in Tioga, Pa. Flora Idella, born July 18, 1855, in Steuben, N. Y.; died May 5, 1869, in Utica, Wis. Laura Louisa, born September 26, 1857, in Utica, Wis.; died in 1876, in Omro, Wis, Mary Amelia, born April 24, 1860, in Utica, Wis.; married, April 23, 1887, in St. Paul, Minn., Marvin James Ives they live in Hasty, Minn. Almond Shubael, born July 5, 1863, in Utica, Wis.; married, October 5, 1893, in St. Paul, Minn., Julia Anna Bowe; they live in Barronett, Wis.
;

1.2.5.

1.

5.2.
He
married, for his
first

Eli.iah Huntington, born August 21, 1763.


wife, in 1792, Sally Field, of Tunbridge, Vt.,

who

died about a year after the


1779, a most estimable

marriage, leaving one son.

He

married, for his second wife, in June, 1801,


Ct.,

Lydia Parmelee, born


christian lady,

in

Newtown,

August

6,

who

died

May

27, 1851,

aged 71 years.

He was

a sohlier durit,

ing the revolution, but a providential accident, as his mother read


his entering the field as early as his eager patriotism

hindered

to do so. had enlisted and was, as lie supposed, all ready to start for the scene of But, in the afternoon, while using his axe, an strife on the following day. ill timeil blow struck his foot and disabled him, to his mother's gratitude, for Yet on his recovery he entered the army, and was in service several months.

would lead him

lie

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
nearly three years.
ually ardent

'

311

On becoming pious, his Christian zeal, which was habitand strong, moved him to enter the ministry. He accordingly commenced preaching, and for more than twenty-eight years before his death, he was the useful and much beloved pastor of the Baptist church in Braintree, Vt., where he died, among the bereave<l people of his ministry, June 24, 1828.
CHILDREN, BORN IN BRAINTREE, VT.
*
*
1.

2.

3.

4.

5.
6.
7.

Elltah, born November 5, 1793. Christopher, born March 5, 1802. Levi, born December 31, 1803, and died January 10, 1804. Jehiel, born June 23, 1805; married, June 8, 1843, Hannah Holman, and resided in Braintree, Vt. They had no children. Lydia, born April 14, 1808, and died July 2, 1808. Sally, born August 19, 1809, and died single, September 25, 1851. .Joseph, born July 27, 1811, graduated at Middlebury College in
1837, having sustained a very high character for scholarship, He studied and been offered a tutorship in the institution. theology at Newton, Mass., and was settled as pastor over the Baptist church in Willianistown, Vt. But after a lingering illness, consumption, he died April 26, 1843, lamented equally for

8.
9.

his piety and his brilliant talents. Lydia, born July 27, 1811; twin with Joseph. Samuel Pearce, born Juue 4, 1814, and died
27, 1840.

single,

November

* 10.
11.

Adoniram Judson, born July G, Nancy Judson, born Decemlier


1843.

1818.
12, 1821,

and died August

10,

1. 2. 5. 1. 5. 2. 1.
Elijah Huntington, born November
5,

1793; married at about thirty

years of age, Susan Gordon, and lived for a while in Delaware county, Ohio,

but in 1825 went to Perrysburg, Ohio, where he spent the rest of his
died from cholera, July 26, 1854, and his wife in 1857.
as a teacher, and in this pursuit took nuich interest, and
success.

life.

He
life

He commenced

met with marked

In an obituary notice of him, taken from the ''Toledo Blade,"

we

find the following testimonial to his

worth

"A good citizen has fallen. We heard of his death with feelings of the most profound regret. For twenty years j\lr. Huntington has been a resident of Perrysbui'g, and during that period he has enjoyed the confidence of the community in which he lived. He was the man perhaps, of all others, that
Perrysbui'g could not afford to lose.

Much
;

of the credit
is

which Perrysburg

has obtained for

its

fine

system of local education,

doubtless attributed to the

valuable services of Mr. Hvuitington

every enterprise of a public character

and the same may be said of almost in that town. He was a far-seeing,

312
sensible

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

man, and well acquainted with the poUtical character of this country. His memory was nnbouuded. We never knew a person who could more

readily refer to events in the past history of parties, even from the

commence-

ment
jjublic

of the

Government.

He knew He

the character and principles of every

man

of note in the nation, and formed his

own

opinions, from extensive

reading and profound reflection.

held successively several of the moat

important county
legislature

offices in

Wood

county, and was once a representative to the


loss will
is

from

this district.

His

be severely
will also

felt in

Perrysburg, and

not easily leplaced, but while this


will long retain the

true,

it

be true that Perrysburg

evidence of his wisdom, sagacity, and devotion to her

interests, in

her schools and other local improvements."

CHILDREN, BORN IN PERRYSBURG, OHIO.


1.

Sarah, born
in

in February, 1825;

mamed Edward

Olney, professor

Kalamazoo.
3,

2.

Celia, born February


Ohio.

1827; was a teacher in Sandusky City,

3.

4. 5.

and died in 1836. and died in 1856. Mary, born September 29, 1838; was a teacher
in 1829,

Clinton, born

Laura, born June


Ohio,

13, 1835,

in

Perrysburg,

(j.

Henry Clay,

born June 20, 1841;


28, 1843.

is

a printer,

and

lived

in

Perrysburg, Ohio, in 1863.


7.

JuDSON, born November

1.2.5.1.5.2.2.
Christopher Huntington, born March
5,

1802; married, August

9,

1836, Charlotte Tilson, and lived in Randolph, Vt.

children, born in braintrek, vt.


1.

Martha
Elijah

2.

E.,

Tilson, born July 19, 1837. born October 30, 1839.


born

3.

Edmund

T.,

May

3,

1842.
1847,

4. 5.

Joseph G., born February 19, Susan M., born May 1, 1854.
1. 2.

and died

May

17, 1847.

5. 1. 5. 2. 2. 2.
30, 1839, in

Elijah E. Huntington, born October


married Ellen Augusta Black.

West Randolph,

Vt.;

children.
1.

2.

Elijah Christopher. Carroll, born May 26,

1876.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
1. 2. 5. 1.

3lS

5.2. 2. 2. 2.
26, 1876, in

Carroll Huntlngton,
July
7,

born

May

Randolph, Vt.; married,

1897, in Sutton, Canada, Edith AVinnifred, daughter of

John R. and

Eliza Jane (O'Brien) Knuekey.

He
Vt.,

is

a pharmacist.

He

She was born December 29, 1876. lived in Randolph, Vt., and moved to Newport,
still lives.

August

24, 1894, Avhere he

They

are Baptists.

CHILDREN, BORN IN NEWPORT, VT.


1. 2.
3.

Vernon Carroll,

born June 29, 1898.


25, 1901.

Stanley John, born March Alton Raeborn, born May

26, 1904.

1.2. 5. 1. 5.2. 8.
Lydia (Huntington) Tilson, born July
1839, Jarvis Tilson, of Braintree, Vt.
27,

1811; married, April 25,

CHILDREN.
1.

Dwight, born

in February, 1842.
in

2.

Nancy

J.,

born
E.,

3.

Joseph M., born

in

December, 1843. December, 1847.

4.

Jonathan

born in July, 1853.

1.2. 5.

1. 5. 2.

10.
6,

Adoniram Judson Huntington,


health.

born July

1818

entered

Brown

University, and was obliged to leave bis class in the junior year, on account of

He

college course in

went into Virginia and taught, and spent the senior year of his Columbian College, Washington city, where he graduated in
In 1846 he was elected professor of the
filled

1843, and entered upon a tutorship.

Latin and Greek languages, which post he


the professorship he
to
fill,

three years.

He

spent the

next three years as pastor of a church in Virginia,

when he was

re-elected to

Columbian College, and which he continued married, June 6, 1844, in Urbanna, Middlesex county, Va., Elizabeth G., daughter of Dr. Richard A. Christian, of that place. He was pastor of the First Baptist Church in Augusta, Ga., from October, 1860, to August, 1865. He then returned to Urbanna, Va. His health was delicate, and on that account he spent nearly two years in Europe. He then returned to Washington, and resumed the chair of Latin and Greek in Columbian University, which he retained during the remainder of his Ufe.

had vacated

in

until the spring of 1859.

He

He

held this professorship, in


in 1905.

all,

about

fifty

years.

He

died in Charles

Town, W. Va.,

His wife died there in 1889. CHILD.

1.

Nannie Judson, born August

2,

1845.

314

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

1.2. 5.

1.

5.2. 10.

1.

Nannie Judson (Huntington) Wilson, born August 2, 1845, in Washington, D. C; married, in 18G8, William L} ne Wilson. He was born in Jefferson county, Va., ^lay 3, 1843. He was graduated at Columbian College
in 1860, afterward studied in the University of Virginia, served in the Confed-

erate

Army, was

professor of Latin in Columbian College from 1865 until 1871,

studying law at the same time, and, on being admitted to the bar in the latter

year engaged in practice at Charles Town,

W. Va.

In 1882 he became presi-

dent of West Virginia University, but resigned

in order to take his seat in

Congress in December, 1883. He was re-elected for the five following terms, and was conspicuous in framing the " ^Vilson Tariff Bill." He was Postmaster-General, in Cleveland's second administration, and in 1897 became president of Washington and Lee I'niversity. He received the degree of i,L.D. from Columbian College in 1883, and was a regent of the Smithsonian
Institute from 1883 to 1887.

He

died October 17, 1900.


IN

ClIILDHEN,
*
1. 2.

BORN

WASHINGTON,

D. C.

William Huntington,

born August 21, 1869.

Walter Lyne,
INIary

born July 16, 1871; mai-ried, in December, 1910,

Agnes Perry.

He was
5,

a Paymaster in the U. S. Navy,

was
3.

retired on account of ill-health,

and died March

31, 1915.

Allen Christian,

born July

1873; married, in December, 1897,

Prances Simpson.
*
4.
5.

Arthur Lee,

Mary

born November 6, 1874. Lyne, born March 31, 1877; married


25,

in

January, 1909,

Milton Rouse.
6.

Betty Huntington, born December


1904.

1879; died October

9,

1. 2.

5. 1.

5.2. 10.

1. 1.

21, 1869, at Washington, D. C; married, October 3, 1905, Euphemia Davenport. He died January 17, 1915. He was a lawyer, and author of " Rafnaland: the Strange Story of John Heath Howard," jiul)lishcd by Harper and Brothers.

William Huntington Wilson, born August

children, born in CHARLES TOWN, W. VA.


1.

Ann Davenport,

born September
boi-n

8,

1907.

2.

William Huntington,
Betsey Huntington,

born August 26, 1909.


July 27, 1912.

3.

1. 2. 5. 1. 5. 2.

10.

1. 4.
6,

Arthur Lee Wilson,

born at Washington, D. C, November

1874;

married, June 12, 1901, Elinor Wilson.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
CHILDKEN.
1.
2.

315

Mary Hungerfokd,

3.

William Lyne, born in Chloe Murdock, born


(lied

born in Lynchburg, Va., June 1 7, 1904. Nantucket, Mass., July 7, 1906,


in

Lynchburg, Ya., December

9,

1908;

March

7,

1913.

1. 2. 5. 1.

5.3.
9,

Jedidiah Huntington, born August


Richardson.

1765

married in 1794, Sarah

moved, early, to Conijiton, Canada East, where he lived He was a farmer, twenty-five years, and then removed to Bi-ighton, N. Y. He died February 25, 18.'32, at the resiand a genial and kind-hearted man.
dence of his son, H.
J., in

He

Brighton, N. Y.

children, born in BRIGHTON,


1.

N. Y.

Lydia, born March


in 1817.

14, 1795,

and died,
2,

in

Compton, Canada East,

* *
*

2. 3.

4.
5.

Samuel Dimmock, born August Horace Jedidiah, born May 7, Marshall, born June 26, 1805.
James, born August
2,

1797.

1803.

1810; died in Compton, C. E., 1813.

1. 2. 5.

1.5. 3.2.
born August
2,

Samuel Dimmock Huntington,


N.
Y.; married,
first,
liis

1797, in

Brighton,
died.

in 1823, in Palmyra,

N.

Y.;

Mary Jane Howell, who

He

married for

second wife, in 1840, Philura Reeves, and lived in Adrian,

Mich., where he was a manufacturer of woolen goods.

He

died about 1885.

CHILDREN.
1.

2.
3.

William E., born in 1824, and has been in California. James H., born in 1826, and has been in California. Edwin M., born in 1829, and married, in 1851, Lucy
They live in Adrian, Mich. Hiram Samuel, born October
6,

E. Reeves.

4.
5.
6.

1832.

Sarah J., Marquis


1846.

born
D.
S.,

in 1835,

and died in Palmyra, N. Y., in 1836. born in 1841, and died in Manchester, N. Y.,

in

7.

8.
9.

Sarah J., born in 1843, and died in Manchester in 1846. Albert H., born in 1846. Charles H., born in 1850, and died in Palmyra, N. Y., in

1851.

316

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

1.2.5.
married February
14,

1. 5.

3.2. 4.
6,

Hiram Samuel Huntington,


1858, in

born October

1832, in Palmyra, N. Y.;

Adrian, Mich., Sarah Louisa, daughter of

Samuel and Rhoda (Iladen) Gregg. She was born July 12, 1830, in Palmyra, N. y., and died IMarch 30, 1912, in Ladoga, Tnd. He is a cabinet maker, and contracting carpenter of the firm of Huntington and Son. He moved from Palmyra, N. Y., to Adrian, ISIich., in 1844, to New Albany, Ind., in 1859, to Nashville, Tenn., in 18G1, and did work for the (lOvcrnment during the War; then moved to Ladoga, Ind., in 1866, where he still lives, and where he celebrated his golden wedding in 1908.

CHILDREN.
* *
1. 2.

3.

Lizzie Gregg, born December 8, 1862. George Marshall, born February 14, 1867. Harry Gregg, born February 14, 1869, in Ladoga,

Ind.,

where he

now

lives.

1.2.5.
Lizzie

1. 5.

3.2.4.1.
born December
8,

Gregg (Huntington) Warfel, He was

1862, in

Adrian, Mich.; married, June 20, 1883, in Ladoga, Ind., Francis, son of Martin
B. and Indiana (McClelland) Warfel.
liorn ]\ray 3, 1857, in Cler-

mont, Ind.
INIr.

Warfel

is

the jniblisher of the

Ladoga Leader and a graduate

of the

Ladoga Normal School.


Schools from 1895 to 1908.

He was
They

Superintendent of the Ladoga Public

are Presbyterians, and live in Ladoga, Ind.

CIIILDKEN, llORX IN LADOGA, IND.


1.

George Huntington,
27, 1906, in

born March 28,1884; married, December

Lexington, Ky., Alleen Blaydes Christie.


1887, and died

They

live

in
2.

Kearney, Neb.
5,

Charles Martin, born May


Ladoga, Ind.

March

23, 1894, in

3.

Louisa, born December

3,

1889, and died in infancy.


1,

4. 5.

Harry Herbert,

born December

1890; lives in Columbus,

().

Nellie Grace, born Febrnary

10, 1894.

1. 2. 5. 1. 5. 3. 2. 4. 2.
IIuNTiN(rrON, born February 14, 1867, in Ladoga, mariied October 21, 1896, in Ladoga, Ind., Sophia Edna, daughter of Daniel H. and Mary Louisa (Harshbarger) Ilines. She was born July 9, 1869.
Ind.;

George Marshall

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

317

He
lives in

is

a contracting carpenter of the firm of Huntington and Son, and

Ladoga, Ind.
still

He

is

a deacon in the Presbyterian Church, elected in

1905, and

holds that

office.

grandfather,

The fourteenth of February is an especial holiday with this family, Hiram Samuel, was married on that date, and it is also the
his brother

as the birthfirst

day of the father, George Marshall, and child of George Marshall.

Harry, and of the

CHILDREN, BORN IN LADOGA, IND.


1.

2.

Charles Marshall, born February 14, 1898. Earl Gregg, born May 4, 1900; died August 19,

1902.

3.
4.
5.
6.
7.

Mary

Louisa, born April

12, 1902.

Silas Hiram, born May 8, 1905. Daisy Grace, born June 6, 1907; died March Nellie Ruth, born August 14, 1909. Eva De Lelia, born January 26, 1911.

29, 1910.

1.2. 5.

1. 5. 3. 3.

born May 7, 1803, iu Brighton, N. Y.; married in 1830, Betsey L. Griswold, and was a farmer in Brighton, N. Y. He removed to Rochester, where he died in 1854.

Horace Jedidiah Huntington,

CHILDREN.
1.

John

M., born in 1831, and died in Minden, N. Y., in 1845.

2.

Lydia

3.

4.

A., born in 1834, and died in Rochester, N. Y., in 1864. Sa.muel Marvin, born August 26, 1838. Benjamin ^Marshall, born February 22, 1840; married Sarah Whitney, November 1, 1860. He died in Rochester, N. Y., June 10, 186 7, leaving one child, George Marshall, who is now

5.

dead. Mrs. Huntington resides in Rochester, N. Y. Lucia, born December 5, 1843, and died in Rochester, N. vember 1, 18 70.

Y.,

No-

1.2.

5. 1.

5.3. 3. 3.

born August 26, 1838, in Couesus, N. Y.; married, August 18, 1863, in Osseo, Mich., Elizabeth, daughter of Cliauncy and Sarah Jane (Howell) Leonard. She was born October 9, 1837,
in

Samuel Marvin Huntington,

Osseo.
in

He was
;

a railway engineer, and lived in Rochester, N. Y., until

1852;

Lafayette, Ind., 1852-1863; Fort

Wayne,

Ind.,

1863-1866; Osseo,
3,

Mich., 1866-1872

Saginaw, Mich., from 1872.

He

died April

1892.

He

was a Universalist, and a deacon in that church in Saginaw, Mich., from 1889 to 1892. Mrs. Huntington died August 9, 1912.

318

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
CHILDREN.
1.

Florence Jane, born


is

July

2,

1866, in Fort

Wayne, Mkli.

She

principal of the normal class and supervisor of grade work, in

the Osceola county normal training class, in Evart, Mich.

2.

Lucia Blanche, born July

31, 1871.

1.2. 5.

1. 5.

3. 3. 3.2.
31,

Lucia Blanche (Huntington) Williams, born July


son of John D. and Annie (Abbott) Williams.
1869, in Green Bay, AVis.

1871, in

Osseo, Mich.; married February 12, 1894, in Saginaw, Mich., Earle Abbott,

Saginaw, Mich., until

He was born December 3(, Mr. Williams is a traveling salesman, and lived in February 9, 1905; Green Bay, Wis., 1905-1908; Evart,
They
are Episcopalians.

Mich., from 1908 to the present time, 1915.

children.
1.

2.

3.

Elizabeth Gladys, born June 27, 1896, in Saginaw, Mich. Chester Huntington, born August 6, 1898, in Saginaw, Mich. Marvin Eakle, born August 26, 1907, in Green Bay, Wis.

1.2.5. 1.5.3.4.
ried, in 1835,

Marshal Huntington, born June 26, Ann Case. He was a carpenter,

1805, in Brighton, N. Y.; mar-

and lived

in Adrian, IMich.

children, born in ADRIAN, MICH.


1.
2.

Sarah E., born in 1837, and William J., born in 1842.

died in Adrian, in 1844.

3.

Martha

A., born in 1850.

1.2. 5. 1. 5.4.
Thomas Huntington,
ried,

born June 10, 1767, in IMansfiehl, Conn.; mar(1. 3. 6. 3. 6. 6.).

September, 1795, Submit

He moved

to Couipton, C.E.,

in the spring of 1802,

where he lived respected, and died


6,

of spotted fever, be-

ing sick only thirty-six hours, ]\Liy

1811.

CHILDREN.
*
*
1.

Seth, born June


Joel, born July

13, 1796. 16, 1797.

2.

Alice, born October


6,

*
*

3. 4.

1799.
21, 1801.

Olive, born December

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY
5.

319
1806; married Alanson

HuLDA, born

in

Compton, C.
in

E.,

July

11,

Harvey, and died


*
6.
7.

Eaton, C. E., leaving no children.

Levi, born August 16, 1808. Lydia, born in Compton, C.


Fuller.

E.,

Maj- 27,

1810; married Samuel

They

resided in Compton, where they had in 1863 two

children, Albert, and Malvina, living, having lost two with con-

sumption.

1.2. 5.
Seth Huntington, born
A])ril 3, 1825,
in

1. 5. 4. 1.
Roxbury, Vt., June
13,
17!)6: married,

]Mary Hovey, whose parents were from Connecticut.

lie

was a

successful farmer, living in Hatley, Stanstead county,

Canada East.
E.

CHILDKEN, BOUN IN HATLEY,


*
1. 2.

C.

3.

Lucius Seth, born May 26, 1827. Caroline Amelia, born May 20, 1829. Clarissa Adelia, born May 20, 1829 married, May
;

15, 1849,

Jesse Hazen, and had three daughters.


4.
5. 6.
7.

Thomas Frederic,

born April

5,

1831,

and died
29, 1836.

in

March, 1832.

Frederic Alexander, born September Almira, born June 7, 1838.

Mary

P^mma, born April

24, 1842.

1.2.
ried in

5. 1.

5.4. 1. 1.
jNIay 26. 1827, in

Lucius Seth lIuNTiN<iTON, born


married a Mrs. Marsh in 1878.

Hatley, C. E.

1853, ^liriam, daughter of ]\lajor l^avid

Wood.

She

died,

marand he
;

He was

called to the

Bar

1856 he started the Waterloo Advertiser.

ment from 1862


1.S74, to

to 1882.

and made Queen's Counsel in 1863. In He sat in the Dominion ParliaHe was Solicitor General for Lower Canada from
in 1853,

]May, 1863, to ]March,

1864. President of the Privy Council from January,

October, 1875,

when he was made Post Master General.


About 1882 he removed
to

He

held this jjosition until October, 1878. City for medical treatment.

New York

He

died there

May

18, 1886.

children.
1. Russ Wood, born February 14, 1855, in Shefford, Canada East. There were three other children who died in infancy.

1.2.5.1.5.4.2.
Alice (Huntington) Crosby, born October
Vt.; married, in 1813,
16,

1797, in

Roxbury,

Ebenezer Crosby.

320

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

321

1.2. 5.
married, January

1. 5. 4. 6. 1.

Joel Thomas Huntington, born August 18, 1843, in Franklin, N. Y.; 7, 1865, in La Crosse, Wis., Lois Elizabeth Nichols, the adopted daughter of James Sadler. She was born January 7, 1847, in Chicago, 111. He is a bookkeejaer, and lives in Delton, Wis.
CHILD.
*
1.

Percy Raymond,

born October

11, 1878.

1.2.5. 1.5.4.6.
married,
first,

1. 1.
11, 1878, in Delton, Wis.;
;

Percy Raymond Huntington, born October


in Delton, Wis.,

Ruth, daughter of A. Striemer

was divorced

and married, second, December 8, 1910, George W. and Grace (Brown) Adams. Wis.

in Delton, Wis., Lulu, daughter of

He

is

a barber, and lives in Delton,

children, born in delton, wis.


1.

2. 3.

Dorothy Geraldine, born May 31, 1901. Irene Sylvia, born December 11, 1903. Joel Thomas, born October 26, 1911.

1.

>Zi

9. 1. O. O.
26, 1769, in Mansfield, Conn.; married,

Perez Huntington, born June

September, 1802, AbigaU Hatch, of Mansfield, Conn.


died in Lowell, Mass., July 19, 1847.

He

died in September,

1834, in Compton, C. E., where he had been engaged in farming.

His widow

CHILDREN.
*
* *
1. 2. 3.

Heman,

born

May

18, 1803.

4.

Anson, born December 11, 1805. Ruby, born August, 1807, and died James, born May 29, 1818.

in 1840.

II.

2. 5. 1. 5. 5. 1.
born
in

Heman Huntington,
Peperell, Mass.,

Roxbury, Vt.,

May

18,

1803; married, in
in that town,

February

7,

1832, Sybil Boynton,

who was born


engaged

April
mills.

8,

1808.^ l'^^7 lived in Lowell, Mass., he being

in

one of the

21

322

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
CHILDREN, BORN IN LOWELL, MASS.
1.

2.

Sybil Maria, born November 25, 1833, and died May 15, 1S34. Solon Heman, born September 7, 1835, and died December 13,
1836.

3.

Harriet Boynton,
1841.

born July

9,

1837, and died

November

4,

4.
5.

John P., born November 29, 1839. James Henry, born November 1,
army.

1841, and was in the

Union
19,

(d,

Hannah Amelia,
1847.

born February

19,

1844, and died A])ril

7.

Elijah Bardw^ell, born September


1847.

7,

1846, and died April 20,

8. 9.

Mary Abigail, born November 15, 1848. Martha Emma, born September 12, 1850.

1.2.5.1.5.5.2.
Anson Huntington,
ried,

born

in

Compton, C.

E.,

December

June

4,

1828, Lois Patterson, of Hartland, Vt.

11, 1805; marShe was born September

12, 1805.

He was

an engineer, and had superintendence of canal construc-

tion.

He

was, in 1860, residing in Wauseon, Ohio.

1.

George Anson,
Mass.

born in 1829, and died August

8,

1848, in Lowell.

1.2.5.

1.

5. 5.4.

James Huntington, born in Com])ton, C. E., May 29, 1818; married, in Lowell, Mass., May 2, 1846, Rachel C. Burbank, who was born in Barnet, Vt.,
June 16, 1818. They settled in Green Lake, Marquette county. Wis., where He and his wife were members of the Baptist he was a thriving farmer.
church.

children.
1. 2.

Georcje Heman, born Ajn-il 13, 1848. James Hatch, born February 9, 1850.

3.

Abby Hannah,
Alice
C.

born April 22, 1852.


13, 1856.

4.

Hatta, born August

1.

2.5. 1.5. 6.
in

Benjamin Huntington, born July 5, 1771; married, Api'il 30, 1801, Catharine Gustin, who was born April 12,
N. H., and died August
ruary 25, 1841.
6,

Roxbury,

Vt.,

1779, in Harlow,

1854, in Com])ton, C. E., where he also died, Feb-

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
CHILDREN.

323

The
Compton.
*
1.

first

two children were born

in

Roxbury,

Vt.,

and the

rest

in

2.

Thomas, born April 17, 1802. Cynthia, born April 19,1804; married Daniel Parker, and
in

lived

3.

* *

4. 5.
6.

7.

Compton, where she died, October 3, 1856. Catherine, born November 24, 1806. Josiah G., born February 24, 1809. Benjamin, born April 16, 1811. Almira, born July 14, 1813, and lived, unman-ied in Compton. She died December 31, 1837, "in the western country." Philip, born March 19, 1816, in Compton, where he died, in
October, 1820.

1. 2. 5. 1.

5.6.

1.

Thomas Huntington,
February
1802.
5,

born April 17, 1802, in Roxbury, Vt.; married, Emily Hicks, of Eaton, C. E., who was born February 14, They lived in Compton, where he was a farmer.
1827,

CHILDREN, BORN IN COMPTON.


1.

Phillip

F.,

born December

8,

1827, and died October 3, 1844.


9,

2. 3.

Caroline

S. J.,

born August

1828, and died

November

1,

1848.

Willy Josiah,

born February 19, 1832.


11, 1834.

4.
5.

Thomas, born January


Levi, born October

15, 1835,

6.

7.

8.

Charles, born November 13, December 20, 1860. Charlotte, born November 20, Leander, born July 22, 1843.

and died February 26, 1841. 1837, and died of consumption,


1839, and died August 11, 1853.

1.2.5.

1.

5.6.4.
24,

Josiah G. Huntington, born February


carpenter.

1809, in Compton, C. E.;

married, June 1833, Lucinda Heath, and lived in Compton, where he was a

CHILDREN, BORN IN COMPTON,


1.

WHERE THEY LIVED

IN 1860.

Walter,

born October
3,

29, 1833.

2. 3.

Ira, born April

1835.

DiMis, born July

24, 1837. 30, 1860.

4.
5.

Willie, born April 4, 1850, and died May Alvira, born January 16, 1852.

324

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

1. 2. 5. 1. 5. 6. 5.
ried,

April 16, 1811, in Compton, C. E.; marJanuary 1832, Mehetabel Heath, and was a farmer, in Conijjton, C. E., wliere lie died, December 31, 1846.

Benjamin Huntington, born

CHILDREN, BORN AND LIVED IN COMPTON,


1. 2.

C.

E.

3.

Esther, born April 20, 1833. Marshall, born August 19, 1834. Achsa, born September 4, 1837, and died February
Felicia, born August 4, 1843. Gilbert, born November 12, 1845.

7,

1860.

4. 5.

1.2.5.1.5.7.
Mary (Huntington) Le Baron,
born November
21,

1774; married,
6,

about 1812, Japhet Le Baron, of Hatley, C. E., where she died July

1850.

children.
1.

Elljaii Huntington.

2.

Japhet.

1. 2. 5.

1.5. 9.
Juae
16, 1815, in

Gideon Huntington, born


for his first wife,

April 25, 1777, in Mansfield, Conn.; married


for his second wife,
Bliss,

widow Day, and

ton,

Cornelia,

daughter of Samuel
Vt.,

of

Connecticut,
12, 1859.

Compwho moved to

Stratford, Vt.

Pompanoosuc,

She was born in 1781, and died June and was a farmer.

He

resided in

children.
*
1.

Samuel

Bliss, born September 10, 1816.


in

2.

Elizabeth Mehitabel, born

Compton, C.

E.,

July

17,

1818;

married, at the age of sixteen, Charles Henry Earned, an officer


in the United States Army, who was stationed in Arkansas, where she died of consumption, August 30, 1840, six months

after the birth of her third daughter.


3.

Jedidiah Pinnock, born

4.

in Compton, C. E., February 10, 1820, and was a farmer living in Pompanoosuc. Stephen Dimock, born in Compton, C. E., January 15, 1822. He

lived,

unmarried, with his ])arents on the farm.


born August
1824.

He

died in the

Union Army.
*
5.

William Avery,

9,

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

325

1.2.5.1.5.9.1.
Samuel Bliss Huntington,
1816
;

born

in

Compton, C.

E.,

September

10,

married, in 1847, Jane Babcock; and engaged in manufacturing in

New-

buryport, Massachusetts.

CHILDREN, BORN IN NEWBURYPORT, MASS.


1.

Elizabeth Barre, born May


Isabella, born October

15, 1848.

2.

10, 1850.

1.2.5.1.5.9.5.
William Avery Huntington,
married, February 11, 1846, Lydia

born

in

Hartland, Vt., August

9,

1824

H., daughter of

Charles and Matilda

Rogers, of Newburyport, and was a manufacturer in Lawrence, Mass.

CHILDREN, born IN NEWBURYPORT, MASS.


1.

Frank W.,

born June W, 184 7,


born March
7,

2.

Edward

P.,

1851.

1.2.5.4.
Eleazer Huntington, born
field

in

Windham, July
25,

28, 1697.

The Mans-

record has the same birth, dated the 7th instead of the 28th,

He mar-

ried, so the

Mansfield record

states,

February

1718-19, Deborah, daughter

of

James Hovey.

He was
7,

admitted to the Mansfield church, September 19,

1734, and died

March

1748-9.

His wife died February 26, 1784.

CHILDREN, BORN IN MANSFIELD, CONN.


*
1.

2.

Samuel, born December 31, 1729. Eleazer, born September 19, 1734.

1.2.5.4.1.
born in Mansfield, December 31, 1729, and bapJanuary 11, 1729-30. He married, May 7, 1752, Abigail, daughter of Samuel Backus of Windham. After living in Mansfield some eight or nine years he went West. CHILDREN.
tized

Samuel Huntington,

The
records.

births of the

first

four of these children are found on the Mansfield

*
*

1.

Eliphalet, born May

6,

1753.
28, 1754.

2.

RoswELL, born December

326
3.

HUNTINGTOX GENEALOGY.
Eunice, born December
26,

1756,

and married a Hebard, of

Windham.
4.

5.
6.

John, born October 21, 1759. Olive, born June 27, 1767. Samuel, born August 9, 1769.

1. 2. 5.

4. 1. 1.
6,

Eliphalet Huntington, born May


ried, in 1774,

1753, in Mansfield, Conn.; mar-

Eleanor Bugbee, and resided

in his native

town, where his child-

ren were born.

children.
1.

2. 3.

Reuben, born in 17 75. Eleazer, born in 1777. Roswell, born in 1779;


Ariel, born
in 1781.

died July

2,

1809.

4.

1.2. 5.4. 1.2.


born December 28, 1754, in Mansfield, Conn., and married, October 29, 1777, in Windham, Sarah Read. After his death his widow married Samuel Spencer, by whom she had several children.

Roswell Huntington,

child.
1.

Sarah, born

in 1778; married, in 1797,

Nathan

(1. 3. 4. 4. 1. 7.).

1. 2. 5. 4. 2.

Eleazer Huntington, born

in Mansfield,

September

19,

1734, and
18, 1756,

baptized on the 22d of the same month.

He

married,

November

He lived in MansPhebe, daughter of David Hartshorn, of Norwich, Conn. field, and was most noted for his military bearing, being a famous captain
of a noted military company.

He

died in Scotland pai-ish,


is

Windham,

in 1S08.

In the record of his children's births, he

called Ensign, at

that of his
,

seventh, and Captain, at that of his ninth child.

CHILDREN,

BORN
1.

IN MANSFIELD, CONN.,

WHERE THEIR BIRTHS ARE ON RECORD.


2,

Phebe, born November


in 1850.

1758.

She died unmarried


sister

in

Vermont,

2.

Eleazer, born March


18,

17, 1760.

baptized August 16, 1761.


1762.
3,

He and his He was drowned

accidentally,

Phebe were June


She

3.

Deborah, born September


married,

1763, and baptized October 16.

November

15, 1781,

Azariah Balcom.

Their dismission

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY,
from the South Mansfield church took place September when they removed to AVindham.
*
4.
5. 8,

327
1783,

Eleazer, born February AsENATH, born October

2,

1766.

6.
7.

February 13, 1768. She married Zebediah Tracy, of AVindham, and died in 1851, at the residence of her son, John Tracy, of AVillimantic. Shubael, born August 11, 1770. Lydia, born August 25, 1772. She lived in Vermont, and never
31, 1767, baptized

married.
8.

Zerviah, born March


Benjamin Jones.

She married 15, 1774, baptized June 5. She united with the AVindham church in 1801.

9.

* 10.

In the printed catalogue, her husband's name is written Janes. Elizabeth, born June 16, 1776, and died September 22, 1793. Ebenezer, born November 22, 1780.

1.
baptized April 12.

2.5.4.2.
2,

4.
1766, in Mansfield, Conn.,

Eleazer Huntington, born February

and

He

married, September 20, 1789, Sarah, daughter of


1

Thomas
Palmer.

Davis,

who

died July 17,

792.

He

married, January 15, 1798, Phebe

He was

a farmer and miller in AVindham.

children.

The

first six of these births are

on the Mansfield records, the

last four in

AVindham.
1.

Fanny, born June

13 or 18, 1790; married

Samuel K. Dodge, and

lived in Berlin, Pa., having

no children.

2.

Melany, born June


Norwich.

9,

1792.
24, 1798,

3.

Harriet, born May


Eliza, born March
five children.

and lived

single, in

Greenville,

4.

13, 1800;

married Andrew Davison, and had

*
*

5.
6.
.7.

Charles, born May 20, 1802. Marcia, born May 15, 1804. Minerva, born in 1808; married Nathan
chester, Penn.

Justin,

and went

to

Man-

* *

8.

9.

* 10.

Erastus, born March 18, 1810. Edwin, born March 3, 1813. Horatio, born February 5, 1816.

1.2.5.4.2.4.2.
Melany (Huntington)
Ct.;

Lincoln, born June

9,

1792, in AVillimantic,

married, in 1812, John Lincoln, of

New

Boston, AVindham; they lived in

Lebanon, Penn., where their children were born.

328

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
CHILDREN.
1.

2. 3.

John. Lucy. Emily.

4.
5.

Steadman.
Giles.

1.2.5.4.2.4.5.
Charles Huntington, born May
in 1829,
20, 1802, in

Nancy

B. Strong, of Coventry, Ct.

He was

Windham, Ct.; engaged many


in California,

married,
years as
finally

a teamster in Willimantic.
lived in

He

lived for

some time

and

New

Market, Ohio.

CHILDREN.
1.

Jane, born

in

1831;

married Dwight

W.

Keyes, and went to

Ogdensburg, N. Y.
*
2.

3.

Charles Palmer, born December George Edward, born December

18, 1833.
6,

1834.

1. 2. 5. 4. 2. 4. 5. 2.

Charles Palmer Huntington,


Conn.; married,
first,

July 23, 1854,

in

born December 18, 1833, in Coventry, Willimantic, Conn., Sarah Pamela,

daughter of Giddings Whitmore and Emily (Gaylord) Keyes. She was born in 1836, in Chaplin, Conn., and died in August, 1863, in Beaver Dam, Wis.

He

married, second, in the winter of 1865, in the village of

New

Haven,

N. Y., Fannie Maria, daughter of Daniel Hewitt and Hannah Atheda (]\Iontgomery) Davis. She was born January 1, 1842, in Oswego, N. Y., and died May 11, 1906, in Milwaukee, Wis. Mr. Huntington was a millwright by trade,

deputy collector of Internal Revenue. War, as 2nd Lieutenant and 1st Lieutenant and Captain of Company F, in the 24th Kegiment of Wisconsin Infantry VolunHe enlisted teers, and as Major in the first Regt. U. S. Vet. Vol. Engineers. August 21, 1862, and was discharged September 26, 1865.

and

later a

He

served in the Civil

He was a man
and
military side of

of strong personality

and kind

disposition, socially popular,

of vigorous physique; domestic in his inclinations,


life.

and very fond of the


always a
National
lived

man

of small means.

He was quite prominent in Milwaukee, though He held various offices in the Wisconsin
in that

Guard for many years. They were Unitarians, and he was a deacon
in Cleveland, Ohio, Portage, Wis., Willimantic,

Church.

They

Conn., and Milwaukee, Wis.,

where he died September

9,

1890.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
CHILDREN.
1.

329

Will Herbert,
ried,

born March 15, 1858, in Beaver Dam, Wis.; marJune 6, 1888, in Oslikosh, AVis., Harriet Evelyn, daughter of Denton G. and Mary AdeUa (West) Freeman. She was born October 21, 1862, in Clemensville, Wis. He is a bookkeeper and lived in Milwaukee, Wis., until 1870, in Oshkosh, Wis., till 1881, in Berlin, Wis., from 1903 to the present time. They are
Christian Scientists.
1860, in Beaver

2.

Jennie Keyes, born July

4,

Dam, Wis., and died

April 22, 1869, in Milwaukee, Wis.

3.

4.

Frank Burdo, born November 22, Mabelle Jeanette, born March


married,
first,

1867.
5,

1872, in

Milwaukee, Wis.;

November
;

23, 1892, in

Milwaukee, Wis., Alfred

Scott Witherbee

married, second, in January, 1909, in St. Louis,

Mo., Lewis Huntington Falley.

1.2. 5.4. 2. 4. 5. 2.3.


Frank Burdo Huntington,
Ohio; married
of

born November

22, 1867, in Cleveland,


Lilla,

November

25, 1890, in

Milwaukee, Wis., Helen

daughter

Henry Barnard and Eunice Elizabeth (Langworthy)


in

Kellogg.

born September 24, 1868,


troller of the

Milwaukee, Wis.

He

is

a railway

official,

She was comp]\Iich-

Chicago Terminal Transfer K. R. Co., auditor of the Lake

igan Car Ferry Transportation Co., auditor of the Wisconsin Michigan Kail-

way Co.
Milwaukee, Wis., thirty-four years; moved to Fond du Lac, moved to Marquette, Mich., for three months; then to Chicago, 111., where he now lives. He is a member of the Milwaukee Yacht Club, Oslikosh Yacht Club,
in

He Uved

Wis., and stayed three years;

sons, Illinois

Fond du Lac Yacht Club, Modern Woodsman, Knights of Pythias, Free MaInstitute of Accountants, Fond du Lac Agricultural Society, Transportation Association, Military Oi-der of the Loyal Legion, American Canoe Association, Marn-a-Wauk Canoe Club, and Roycrofters also the Twilight Club, B. P. O. Elks, and Association of American Accounting Officers. They are Christian Scientists.
;

children.
1.

2.

Kellogg, born October 1, 1891. Charles Palmer, born November

27, 1894.

1.2.5. 4.2.4. 5.3.


George Edward Huntington,
tic.

born December 6, 1834, in WillimanMilwaukee, Wis., Helen Louise, daugh- .Jf'vl ter of George Ray and Hannah Rebecca (Graff) Smith. She was born July ^y* ^r . / 16, 1843, in Buffalo, N. Y. \ j-^
Conn.; married,

May

21, 1860, in

.\^

330

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

He went to California with his father when about 1 7 years of age, and was there about two years; came to Milwaukee, Wis., in 1858; went in 1887 to Minneapolis, Minn., where he died October 1, 1899. He was a Unitarian.
CHILDREN.
1.

Minnie Jane, born September


ried, first.

30, 1861, in

May
died

30,

1882,

in

Milwaukee, Wis.; marMilwaukee, Wis., Charles Banks


1902; married, second, February

Yale,

who

November

26,

15, 1906, in

Minneapolis, Minn., Dr. Jehiel Weston Chaniberlin.

2.

They live in St. Paul, Minn. She is an Episcopalian. Frederick Cutler, born November 29, 1862, in Milwaukee,
5, 1907, in Minneapolis, Minn,, Helen Kennedy. They live in Mandan, N. D. Antoinette Smith, born November 11, 1864, in Milwaukee, Wis.; married, September 16, 1890, in Minneapolis, ]\Iinn., Harry Burton McMaster. They live in Youngstown, O. George Ray, born September 10, 1867. Harry Edward, born July 23, 1869, in New Lisbon, Wis.; mar-

Wis.; married, September


Isobel

3.

4.
5.

ried

May

4, 1891, in

Minneapolis, Minn., Lillian Baker.

They

live in Rochester,
6.

Sarah
They

N. Y. Louise, born April


3,

11,

1872, in

Tomah, Wis.; married,

October
*

1896, in Minneapolis, INIinn., Isadore Valier Gedney.

live in Minneapolis,

Minn.
2,

7.

Helen Estelle,
1. 2.

born September

1878.

5.4. 2.4. 5. 3.4.


born September
10, 1867, in

George Ray Huntington,


Wis.; married, August
4,

New

Lisbon,

Maud, daughter of Hobart Graves and Mary (Burwell) Wetherbee. She was born in Wabasha, Minn. He is general manager of the "Soo" line, M., St. P. & S. S. M. Ry., and lives in Minneapolis, Minn. They are Presbyterians.
1897, in St. Paul, Minn., Mattie

children, born in MINNEAPOLIS, MINN.


1.

2. 3.

Jane, born December 15, 1900. Mary, born June 1, 1903. {{eoroe Ray, born May 6, 1905.

1.2.5. 4.2. 4. 5.3. 7.


in

Helen Estklle (Huntington) Sawyer, born September 2, 1878, Milwaukee, Wis.; married, September 11, 1901, in Minneapolis, Minn., Charles Walter, son of Martins King and EUzabeth J]mma Sawyer. He was
Dubuque, Iowa, and is an accountant. He moved Monmouth, 111., in 1879; from Monmouth, in April, Minneapolis, Minn., where they now live. They are Episcopalians.
17, 1877, in

born October
1888, to

from Dubuc^ue, Towa,

to

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
CHILDREN, BORN IN MINNEAPOLIS, MINN.
1.

331

Walter Huntington,

born October

18, 1902.

2.

3.

Margaret, born March 26, 1904. Richard Willard, born December

29, 1905.

1.2.5.4.2.4.6.
Marcia (Huntington) Bingham,
Bingham
of

born May 15, 1804; married James Norwich, Conn,, where she died in 1850.

children, born and RESIDED IN NORWICH, CONN.


1. 2.

Eliza A. Antoinette.

3.

Mary,

married H. C. Albro.

1. 2. 5. 4. 2. 4. 8.

Erastus Huntington, born March


married April
16, 1844, in

18,

1810,

in

Windham,

Conn.;

Norwich, Conn., Ruth, daughter of John and Elizabeth (Mowry) Sly. She was born May 30, 1819, in Lisbon, Conn., and died December 7, 1864, in Norwich, Conn. He was a millwright, and died in Greenville, Conn., May 1, 1857. They were Universalists.

children.
1.

Sarah Elizabeth,
married, October
son of

born April
2,

15,

1845, in Greenville, Conn.;

1872, in Norwich, Conn.,

Chauncy Burgess,

Thomas Boswell and Mary (Dolbear) Woodworth. He was born March 26, 1846, in Montville, Conn., and is a bank
clerk.

He
are

has lived in Norwich since he was two years of age.


Universalists,

They

and

]\Ir.

dent of the Sunday School for eleven years, and

Woodworth was Superintenis now deacon

and treasurer of the church.


*
2. 3.

William Frederick, born February 10, 1848. Charles Whittemore, born July 21, 1849; married Anna Day,
and died Feb.
10, 1895, in

Norwich, Conn.
12,1853.
16, 1857.

4.
5.

J^dward Victor, born May 15, 1852, and died February Harriet Rosalie, born October 10, 1856, and died June

1.2.5.4.2.4.8.2.
William Frederick Huntington,
James and Mary (Aldrich) Robbins.
Mills,
111.

born February 10, 1848, in Nor29, 1860, in Solon

wich, Conn.; married October 20, 1879, in Osage, Iowa, Sylvia, daughter of

She was born June

332

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

He
office,

is

stationer and storekeeper, for the Illinois Central R. R. freight


111.

Chicago,

He moved

from Norwich, Conn.,

to

Osage, Towa, in April,


S. D., in

1869; to Dell Rapids, So. Dak., in April, 1880; to


to Sioux Falls, S. D., in 1888; to Chicago,
111.,

Rock Creek,

1884;

where they now reside. They are Universalists, and he has been clerk and treasurer and parish trustee from 1890 to the present time.
in 1889,

CHILDREN.
*
1.

Mary Livermore,
Ruth Sylvia,

born

May
5,

22, 1881.
8,

2.

born June

1883, and died February

1884, in

Dell Rapids, So. Dak.


3.

4.

Ethel Robbins, born March 19, 1885, in Rock Creek, S. D. Alice, born February 12, 1890, and died May 3, 1893, in Chicago,
Illinois.

5.

Gertrude Aldrich,

born September

1,

1895, in Chicago,

111.

1. 2. 5. 4.2. 4. 8.2. 1. Mary Livermore (Huntington) Bosworth, born May


Dell Rapids, South Dakota; married, July 30, 1904, in Chicago,

22, 1881, in
111.,

Ernest
2,

William, son of Edwin and Jane (Griffin) Bosworth.


1880, in Ontario, Canada.

He was

born June

He

is

a claims adjuster.

They

are Universalists,

and

live in

Chicago,

111.

child.
I.

Ethel Gertrude,

born July

19, 1905, in

Chicago,

111.

1.2.5. 4.2.4.9.
Edwin Huntington, May
in

born March

3,

1813, in

Windham, Conn.; married.

23, 1839, Emily,

daughter of Samuel and Polly Price, and was a farmer


in INIanchester,

Osage, Towa.
23, 1819.

His wife was born


lie

Wayne

County, Penn.,

October

and his wife were Universalists.

children.
1.

James Bingham, born


John, born
IIahrikt, born
in

in

Windham, Conn., March

5,

1840.

2.

in Cliaplin, Conn.,

3.

February 27, 1842. Manchester, Penn., February 12, 1844.

4. 5.
6.
7.

8.
9.

Alice, born in Manchester, March 26, 1846. Cora, born March 14, 1848, and died September 27, 1849. Edwin, born December 20, 1851. Everett Guild, born July 28, 185.?. Helen Edith, born in Howard County, Towa, September Nancy Urania, born in Osage, Iowa, February 13, 1859.

6,

1856.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGT.

333

1.2.5.4. 2.4. 10.


IIoKATio Huntington, born February
married,
in
5,

1816, in

Windham,

Coun.;

November

12, 1840, Julia Horton.

He was

a millwriglit, and resided

Osage, Iowa.
]Mrs.

He and
1891.

his wife belonged to the Universalist denomination.


in

Huntington died
1,

Osage, Iowa,

in April, 1885,

and Mr. Huntington

died January

CHILDREN.
1.

2.

*
*

3. 4.
5.

Oliver Palmer, born November 13, 1841; Eugene, born April 18, 1844. Eliza Adele, born September 23, 1846.

died August

3,

1846.

Mary
ried

Elizabeth, born February


in
St.

12, 1849.

Oliver Palmer, born June


Paul, Minn.,

11, 1851, in

Morristown, N.

J.;

mar-

daughter of

March 14, 1879, Francelia Maria, George Henry and Diantha Robinson (Woods)

6.
7.

8.
9.

Prescott. She was born June 9, 1852, in Groton, Mass. He was proprietor of a hotel in Miami, Florida, where he died November 17, 1912. His religious preference was Catholic. There are no children. Mrs. Huntington now lives in Miami, Florida. Horatio Eleazer, born September 24, 1853. AViLLiAM Henry Seward, born June 12, 1857. A Son. Julia.

1.2. 5.4.2. 4. 10. 2.


Eugene Huntington,
December
29, 1867, in

born April

18, 1844, in

Norwich, Conn.; married,

(Case) Button.

Osage, Iowa, Artemisia, daughter of William and Sally She was born May 25, 1849, in Carroll, N. Y.

He was employed in railway survey and construction work, successivelv by the Northern Pacific, Illinois Central and Iowa Pacific Railroad companies from 1867 to 1872. He was a member of the Legislature of Dakota Territory from 1884 to 1886, and Adjutant General of South Dakota from 1889 to 1891. Later he was deputy collector of internal revenue of the United States. He was a thirty-third degree Mason. From his youth he hved in Osage, Iowa, until 1878, when he moved
to

Flandreau, S. D.; thence, in

October 24, 1913.

1883, to Webster, S. D., where he died His wife and two daughters still reside there.

children.
1.

* *

2.

Marcia De Ette, born August 29, 1870. Richard Templar, born February 21, 1875.

3.

Mary Grace,

born October

10, 1876.

4.
5.

Gertrude Beulah, born February 1, 1881. Edward Wlnslow, born April 21, 1888, and
in

died

March

5,

1891,

Webster,

S.

D.

334

HUNTIKGTON GENEALOGY.

1. 2.

5.4.2.4. 10. 2.2.

born February 21, 1876; married, Milwaukee, Wis., Gertrude Brooks. He was a graduate of the Webster High School. He went to Milwaukee to take a position in the He died December Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul R. R. offices, in 1895.

RicHAKn Templar Huntington,


22, 1900, in

October

7,

1914, in Milwaukee.

CHILD.
1.

Beulah Hawthorne,

born March

22, 1903.

1. 2. 5. 4. 2. 4.

10. 2. 4.
born February
1,

Gertrude Beulah (Huntington) Rieger,

1881, in

Flandreau, S. D.; married, June 27, 1904, in Webster, S. D., Arthur J. Rieger. They reside at Rosthern, Saskatchewan, Canada.

children.
1.

Jean, born August

2,

1905.
2,

2.

James Cushman, born September

1908.

1. 2. 5. 4.

2.4. 10. 3.
23,

Eliza Adele (Huntington) Baker, born September

1846,

in

Montville, N. J.; married, July 24, 1872, in Hamlin, Kan., William B. Baker.

He was born November and stockman, and lived He was an Episcopalian.


1.

26, 1847, in Prescott, Ontario,


in

Canada, was a farmer


20, 1912.

Hiawatha, Kan., where he died March

CHILDREN.

2.

Bertha Huntington, born August 24, 1873. Julia Eliza, born June 12, 1875, in Hiawatha, Kan.; married, June 29, 1904, James Harry Leidigh. They live in Spearville,
Kan.

3.

John Huntington, born September


Texas.

24,

1877;

lives

in

Dallas,

4.

Adele Huntington,
29, 1904,

William Harvey Shaw.


Harley

born December 27, 1879; married, June They live in Concordia, Kan.
23,

5.

Gertrude Isabel,
27, 1906,

born January

1882

married,

December

Ward

Benfec.

They
16,

live in

Hiawatha, Kan.

6.

Frances Louise, born September


Missouri.

1885; lives in Kansas City,

7.

8.

William Seward, born June 26, 1887 lives in Auburn, Nebraska. Thomas Huntington, born September 14, 1891 lives in Hia; ;

watha, Kan.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

335

1.

2.5.4.2.4. 10.4.

IMary Elizabeth (Huntington) Love, born February 12, 1849, in Montville, N.. J.; married, in Orchard, Iowa, November 12, 1875, James Nelson, son of John Love. He was born December 29, 1841, in Tompkins, N. Y. He was a traveling salesman. He served through the Civil War, in the 144th
N. Y. Infantry.

He

died February 29, 1904, in Hiawatha, Kan.

CHILDREN.
1.

Ada Elizabeth,

born February

17,

1878, and lives in Spokane,

2.

Wash. Mary HuntinCxTON, born October

1.5,

1880;

mamed May

16,

1910, Frederick J. Schilling, in Sedro Wooley, W^ash.


3.

Thomas Eugene, bom November


Kan., in 1889.

22,

1882; died in Hiawatha,

4.

Ralph Huntington,
30, 1913, in

born December 15, 1884; married December Hiawatha, Kan., Bijou Meisenheimer; they live in

Hiawatha, Kan.

1. 2. 5. 4. 2. 4. 10. 6.

Horatio Eleazer Huntington, born September


bus,

24, 1853, in

Colum-

N.

Y.;

married in 1885, in Osage, Iowa,


in

I\Iary,

man.

She was born

Bangor, Me., and died

in

daughter of William ScamAnnandale, Minn., in 1888.

He

maiTied, second, in 1895, in St. Paul, Minn., Euphemia, daughter of John


Bell.

and Helen (Simpson)

She was born on Prince Edward Island.

He

is

a merchant, and lived in Osage, Iowa, from 1860 to 1877; Willmar,

Minn., from 1877 to 1887; Annandale, Minn., 1887 to 1892; Spokane, Wash., 1892 to 1900; Rosebury, Ore., 1900 to 1907, and now lives in Kennewick,

Wash.

They

are Presbyterians.

children.
1. 2.

HoRTON Sc AMMAN, Helen Euphemia,


Ruth, born July

born October
born June

14, 1887, in

13, 1897, in

Willmar, Minn. Spokane, Wash.

3.

17, 1899, in

Spokane, W^ash.

4.
5.

Winnefred Bell, born February 13. 1903, in Rosebury, Ore. Janet Winchester, born April 26, 1905, in Rosebury, Ore.
Louis Horatio, born June
26, 1908, in

6.

Kennewick, Wash.

1.2.5.4. 2.4. 10. 7.


born June 12, 1857, in Osage, Iowa; married, November 28, 1887, in Orchard, Iowa, Estelle, daughter of Gustavus and Angeline (Orchard) AA'right. She was born September
20, 1861.

William Henry Seward Huntington,

He was engaged

in

ranching and lumber business, and lived in

Osage, Iowa, and Annandale, Minn., before moving to Sumner, Wash. died December 18, 1912. He was a Universalist.

He

336

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
CHILDREN.
1.

2.

Adele, born December 7, 1888, in St. Cloud, JNIinn. Prescott, born November 19, 1890, in Orcbard, Iowa.
Julia, born September
25, 1892, in

3.

Annandale, Minn.

4.

Marcia, born June

21, 1902, in

Annandale, Minn.

1. 2.

5.4. 2. 6.

14.

wlio

Shubael Huntington, born Aua;ust 11, 17 70, and baptized October He married, November 16, 1794, Patience Tliatclier, in Columbia, Conn,, was born in 1767. He lived in New Boston, and Woodstock, Conn., and
His wife died
in

died in March, 1835.

August, 1851.

CHILDREN.
1.

Asa

H., boi-n

November, 1795, and died


1

single, in

August, 1827.

2.

Betsey, born October,


Conn.

797; married Alfred Carpenter, of Ashford,

* *

3.

4.
5.
6.

7.

8.

Clarissa, born September, 1799. Abner, born March, 1802. Eunice, born September, 1804. Waldo, born November, 1806; married, November, 1837, INIaria Ingraham, in Dudley, ]\Iass., and died, leaving no child, in November, 1838, in Auburn, Mass. Phebe, born July, 1809, and died in May, 1813. Albert, born December, 1812.

1. 2. 5. 4. 2. 6. 3.
Clarissa (Huntington) Rathbun, born in September, 1799; mar. Asa Rathbun, at Woodstock, Conn., in 1821. She died at Woodstock, March 28, 1832. He died at Thompson, Conn., September 3, 1849.
children.
*
1. 2.

ried

Amos Carroll, born December 29, 1822. James Avery, born at Plainfield, Conn., May
in

9,

1824; died single,

May,

1854.
at

3.

Elizabeth Ruth, born


died about 1830.

Thompson, Conn., February


5,

24, 1826;

4.

Shubael
Lewis
ried
T.,

H., born at Woodstock, Conn., INIarch

1828; died in

April, 1842.
5.

born at AVoodstock, Conn., March 24,1830. He marSusan B. Smith, of Livingston, N. J., and, after her death,

6.

Mary Ann Tucker, also of Livingston. Clarissa E., born March 24, 1832.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
1. 2. 5. 4. 2. 6. 3. 1.
1822; married

337

Amos Carroll Rathbun, Phebe Ann Smith,


J.,

born at Woodstock, Conn., December 29,


of Livingston,
7,

died at Madison, N.
in October, 1906.

N. J., December August 13, 1896. Mrs. Rathbun died also They were both buried at Hanover, N. J.

1851.

He

in

Madison,

CHILDREN.
1.

Ella C,
first,

born November
3,

27,

1854, at Livingston, N.

J.;

married,

2.

3.

N. Y. and she married, second, A. Harrison Taylor. They live at Chatham, N. J. Harriet Augusta, born July 25, 1861, at Livingston, N. J.; died, unmarried, at Madison, N. J., April 11, 1890, Lewis Edward, born in Madison, November 11, 1863; died, sinOctober
1883, George
of Philmont,

W. Whitman

He

died,

gle,

July 25, 1883, also at Madison.

* *

4.
5.

Charles Addison, born January 7, 1867. Elford Jarman, born June 22, 1868.

6.

Anna

single,

Louise, born at Madison, N. February 22, 1908.

J.,

November

2,

1870; died,

1.2.5.4.2. 6.3.
Charles Addison Rathbun, born
at

1. 4.
;

J., January 7, 1867 Manasquan, N. J. He attended the public schools in Madison, and was for a time a clerk in a drug store. He was graduated with the degree of ll.b. from Columbia Law School in 1889, and was then admitted by the Supreme Court of New Jersey as an attorney, and, in 1892, as a counselor at law. He is a trustee of the Presbyterian church in Madison, and was for nearly twenty years a director of the Y.M.C.A. He is also a prominent member of the Masonic Order, and of the Royal Arcanum. He is a lawyer, having an office at Morristown, N. J.; has been Prosecutor of Pleas for Morris County, and is now (1915) a member of the New Jer-

Madison, N.
of

married, October 11, 1899, Emilie

Reed Campbell,

sey Senate.

CHILDREN, BORN IN MADISON,


1.

N.

J.

2.

3.

Harriet Campbell, born November 17, 1901. Dorothy Elizabeth, born May 16, 1903. Eleanor Anna, born October 9, 1904.

1.2.5.4.2.
married, at Madison,

6. 3.

1.5.
22, 1868,

Elford Jarman Rathbun, born June


November
18, 1890,

at

Madison, N.

J.;

Agnes Halsey.

They

live

at

Madison.
22

338

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
CHILDREN, BORN IN MADISON,
1. 2.

N.

J.

3.

Elford Jarman, born November 3, 1891. Roger Halsey, born July 22, 1894. William Carol, born September 29, 1897;
1901.

died February

7,

4.
5.
6.

Gilbert Addison, born July 13, 1900; died August Miriam Helen, born July 2G, 1903. Audrey Laura, born November 6, 1905.

10, 1900.

1.2. 5. 4.2. 6.3. 6.


24, 1832;

Clarissa E. (Rathbun) Plant, born married Simeon M. Plant.


children.
*
1. 2.

at

Woodstock, Conn., Manli

Maria Ingram,

born July

14, 1852.
;

3.

4.

5.

Irving Darius, born May 4, 1854 married Rogena Irons. Elizabeth Ann, born March 10, 1857 died March 28, 1858. Frances Estelle, born January 15, 1859 married DeWitt Leverey, March 8, 1876; died October 25, 1880. Martha Ann, born May 14, 1860; married David E. MiUer,
;

July
6.
7.

4,

1876.
;

8.

Ellen Mary, born April 13, 1861 married Albert Atchinson. Eveline Frances, born June 30, 1862; died October 6, 1862. Lena Frances, born August 5, 1863; died March 15, 1864.

9.

Son, who died when a few weeks

old.

1. 2.

5.4. 2. 6. 3. 6.

1.
;

i
married Welcome

Maria Ingram (Plant) Davis,


Davis,

born July 24, 1852

November
1.

30, 1871.

children.

Mary Augusta, born August


January
13, 1890.

8,

1872

married Gurdon B. Marcy,


married Robert

2.

Carrie Edna, born August


August
29, 1891.

29, 1873;

S.

White,

3.

Esther Evelyn,

born April

10, 1875.

4.

5.
6.

Arthur Lovell, born July 13, 187 7. Walter Evans, born March 16, 1885.
Ralth Edgar, born September
6,

1889.

1.2.5.4.2.6.4.
Almira Bartlett,
his

born in March, 1802; married, November, 1834, Auburn, Mass. He resided in Worcester, Mass., where children are supposed to have been born.
of

Abner Huntington,

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
CHILDREN.
1.

339

2.
3.

Mary

4.
5. 6.

Clarissa, born in January, 1836. E., born in May, 1837, and died in April, 1840. Betsey W., born in February, 1839, and died in April, 1840. Waldo, born in April, 1842, and died in the following September.
born in April, 1845.
in

Mary Ann,

Charles, born

August, 1849.

1.

2.5.4.2.
in

6. 8.

Albert Huntington, born

Mass., in October, 1838, Lavinia Stone, and

December, 1812; married, in Auburn, was engaged in teaching.

CHILDREN.
1.

2.

Ella M., born in May, 1841. Albert W., born in April, 1843.
Elizabeth, born
in

3.

January, 1852.

1. 2. 5.

4.2. 10.
22, 1780; married,

September She was born July 21, 1786, in Partridgefield, Mass., and died June 12, 1857, in Townshend, Vt. They were Methodists. He went in 1811 to Acton, Vt., now Townshend, where he engaged in farming, a business which he pursued down to the commencement of the year 1857. He was town clerk in Townshend, eleven years, and for forty-one years a justice of the peace. He represented the town in the state legislature three years, and for the same length of time, was associate judge of the Windham county court, having been admitted to the bar in that county in 1837. He died in 1866, in Spring Mills, N. Y.
10, 1810,

Ebenezer Huntington, born November

Lydia, daughter of Jathleel and Olive (Hyde) Peck.

children.
*
1.

2.

Diana, born June 14, Lucretia, born June

1811.
25, 1815,

and died July

25, 1816.

* *
* *

3.

4.
5.
6.
7.

Ebenezer Hartshorn, born February 27, Eleazer Peck, born February 27, 1817. Jared Hyde, born February 18, 1820.
Olive, born March
31, 1822.
15, 1827.
27, 1831.

1817.

*
*

Lucretia, born April

DeWitt
9.

Clinton, born April


4, 1833.

Minerva, born March

340

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

1.

2.5. 4. 2. 10.

1.
Windham, Conn.;

Diana (Huntington) Cobb, born June


niaiTieil,

14, 1811, in

April 22, 1835, Horace, son of Daniel and Lucy (Stevens) Cobb. He was born January 15, 1808, in Windham, Vt. ]\Ir. Cobb was a farmer and a dealer in cattle and horses, and moved from Windham, Vt., in 1841 to SpringMills,

N. Y., where he died July


in

26, 1865.

Mrs. Cobb died


Unitarians.

Ulysses,

Penn.,

December

4,

1882.

They were

CHILDREN.
1.

Lucy Miranda,

born February

6,

1837, in Jamaica, Vt.; married,

April 26, 1871, in Woodhull, N. Y., William Byron Lanning. Mrs. Lanning died June 5, 1869, in Woodhull, N. Y. He hus-

band and only


2.

child are also dead.


2
7,

Daniel Horace, born December


ried, first,

1838, in Jamaica, Vt.; mar-

3.

January 21, 1863, in Andover, N. Y., Helen Bnndy second, August 23, 1870, in Woodhull, N. Y., Jennette Josephine Buchanan. They live in Coudersport, Penn. Henry Huntington, born October 22, 1841, in Windham, Vt.; married, first, January 22, 1863. in Spring MUls, N. Y., Amanda Melvina Reynolds; second, November 26, 187 7, in Woodhull,
N. Y., Robie Smith Sherwood; third, December 7, 1894, Andover, N. Y., Celia Adelaide Rosebush fourth, January
;

in

30,

1889, in Coudersport, Penn.,


in Coudersport,

Emma

Louisa Bishop.

They

live

Penn.

4. 5.

AuRELius Howard, born January 5, 1843. Lydia Peck, born January 18, 1844, and married June 28, 1865, They live in in Spring Mills, N. Y., Samuel EUery White.
Ulysses, Penn.

6.

Lyman Howell,
ried,

born
24,

May

15, 1848, in

Spring Mills, N. Y.; mar-

December

1879, in Coudersport, Penn., Edith

May

7.

November 28, 1892, in Cotulersport, Penn. George Hamilton, born March 21, 1850, and married January 4, 1870, in Spring Mills, N. Y., Ruth Florine Raymond. They live
Dickenson.
died
in Ulysses,

He

Penn.

1.2.5.4.2. 10. 1.4.


AuRELius Howard
Cobb, born January
5,

1843. in Spring Mills, N. Y.;

married, September 4, 1866, in Spring Mills, Louise Han-iet Raymond. was a prominent physician of Ulysses, Penn. Died December 7, 1914.

He

He
sity.

New

received a jjublic school education there and attended Alfred UniverIn 1861-62 he taught school and then enlisted in the 130tli Regiment York Volunteer Infantry, but later was tranferred to the First New

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
York Dragoons, serving
Confederate
until the close of the war.

341

He had

a part in the

thirty-seven engagements of the Dragoons.

He was

once caught within the

lines, but escaped. After the war he did farming for a few years. For one year he taught school at Oswayo, Mrs. Cobb being his assistant. He came to Ulysses and studied medicine with Dr. E. U. Eaton, and then attended the Buffalo JMedical College, from which he received his medical degree. He then practiced with Dr. Eaton for five years. In 1882 he opened an ofHce in Ulysses, and continued in the practice until the very minute that he Avas called to his eternal rest. He spent two or three winters in the South. He was a member of the O. A. Lewis Post, G. A. R., of this place. In politics he was a Prohibitionist, and was once his party's candidate for the Legislature. He was president of the board of health, and president of the board of trustees of the Methodist Episcopal church, of which he had been a

faithful

member

for

many

years.

CHILD HEN.
*
1.
2.

Dour Raymond,

born

May

16, 1871.

Lydia Aurelia, born

April

30,

1879.

She resides with her

mother, in Ulysses, Penn.

1.

2. 5. 4.2. 10. 1.4. 1.


born

Dorr Raymond Cobb,


(Tyrrell) Miller.
is

May

16, 1871, in

Bingham, Penn.; married,

April 16, 1895, in Syracuse, Katherine, daughter of Riley V. and Sarah H.

He

is

a gi-aduate of Syracuse University, 1892, ph. b.


of the firm of Wilson,

He

a lawyer, and
Y.,

member

Cobb and Ryan,

in

Syracuse,

N.

where he has resided since 1888.

He was

a delegate to the

New York

State Constitutional Convention of 1915.

CHILDREN.
1. 2.

Raymond Miller, born November 28, 1896, Helen Huntington, born September 13, 1898.
Katherine Tyrrell,
born October
19, 1900.

3.

1.2.5.4.

2. 10. 3.

P2BENEZER Hartshorn Huntington, born February 27, 1817, in Townshend, Yt.; married, first, September 21, 1843, in Bingham, Penn., Mary Caroline, daughter of William Greenleaf and Elizabeth (Freeland) Raymond. She was born April 17, 1820, in C'oraline, N. Y., and died October 9, 1851, in Independence, N. Y. He married, second, September 13, 1854, in Indej^endence, N. Y., Lydia Adeline, daughter of William and Mary (Wilson) Reynolds. She was born April 7, 1831, in Independence, N. Y., and died April 4, 1863, in Madison,
Wis.

342

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

He
1893.

married, third,

March

23, 1864, in

Independence, N. Y., lantha D.,


27,

sister of his

second wife.

She was born

May

1836, and died August 4,

Mills,

was a merchant, and lived in the Town of Independence, Spring Y., until 1854, when he removed to Madison, Wis., where he died April 17, 1903. He was not a member of any religious denomination, but He was an Abolitionist greatly admired Theodore Parker and his teachings. of the extreme type, and had the courage of his opinions, and the unflinching integrity and uprightness of the old time Puritan.

He

N.

CHILDREN.
*
1.

2.

LucRETiA Minerva, born January 21, 1845. Mary Maria, born June 26, 1849, in Independence, N.
in Ulysses,

Y.; lives

Penn.
1851, in Independence, N. Y.,

3.

Ellen Elizabeth, born October 3,


and died July
2,

1865, in Madison, Wis.


23, 1858, in

4.

5.
6.

Frank Reynolds, born January Hattie, born March 19, 1860.


Earle Hosmer,
born April
3,

Madison, Wis.

1863, and died

December

9,

1909.

1. 2.

5.4. 2. 10. 3.
June
16, 1868, in

1.
21, 1845, in

LucRETiA Minerva (Huntington) Gray, born January


Independence, N.
of
Y.; married,

Madison,

AVis.,

Richard, son

James and Sarah (Meredith) Gray. He was born July 17, 1844, in Ireland. Mr. Gray was the general traffic manager of the Southern Pacific R. R. He
lived in

Canada

in

1864; in Madison, Wis., in 1865; Council Bluffs, Iowa, in

1867; Omaha, 1869, and San Francisco, from 1871 to 1898.


7,

He

died January

1898.
ISIrs.

Gray

lives in

New

York.

He

was, and she

is,

a ITnitarian.

CHILDREN.
1.

2.

James Huntington, born July 25, 1869, in Council Bluffs, Iowa. Ellen Sarah, born December 28, 1870, in Omaha, Neb.; married,
14, 1905, in New York They live in Park City, Utah. Mabel, born August 29, 1871, in San

October

City,

George Deroy Blood.

3.

Francisco, Cal.

1. 2. 5. 4. 2.

10. 3. 5.

Wis.; married,

Hattie (Huntington) McDonald, born March 19, 1860, in Madison, March 21, 1882, in Madison, Wis., William Hadley, son of William and Louisa (Guy) McDonald. He was born March 23, 1859. They
St.

are residents of

Paul, Minn.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
CHILD.
1.

343

Olive Marie, born August

19, 1883, in

Hudson, Wis.

1. 2. 5. 4. 2. 10. 4. Eleazeu Pkck Huntington, born February


married,
shall
27, 1817, in

Acton, Vt.;
1822, and

December

5,

1841, in

New

Fane, Vt., Stella Maria, daughter of MarMiller.

and Sophia Charlotte (Porter)

She was born April

6,

died October 16, 1910.

He was

a Methodist clergyman, and was a

member

of the ftenesee Con-

ference from 1857 to 1887..

He

died June 20, 1887, in N. Bingham, Pa.

children.
*
1. 2.

Frederic Porter, born July 11, 1843. Julia Maria, born January 4, 1846, in Bingham, Pa.; married, December 1, 1870, Curtis William Cain. They live in Omaha,
Neb.

3.

Charlotte Sophia,
and
dited

4.

5.

6.

24, 1848, in Bingham, Pa., N. Y. Olive Peck, born September 15, 1850, in Bingham, Pa.; married, July 16, 1873, in Phelps, N. Y., Eugene Arenas, son of Ezekiel and Harriet Electa (Allen) Heseltine. He was born October 18, Mr. Heseltine is a farmer, and 1843, in Whitesville, N. Y. served in the Civil War, in Co. D, 86tli Regiment, N. Y. Vol., as private, corporal, and sergeant, and was finally brevetted second lieutenant, for gallant and meritorious services. He enlisted August 29, 1861, and received his discharge September 4, 1864. They are Methodists, and Mr. Heseltine is Trustee of the Spencer M. E. Church, and was school trustee from 1908 to 1910. Louis Kossuth, born September 23, 1851, in Bingham, Pa.; married March 20, 1878, in Raymond, Pa., Josephine Raymond. They live in Emporium, Pa. Ebenezer, born Septenilier 27, 1853, in Bingham, Pa.; married September 26, 1887, in Miles City, Montana, Elizabeth Richards.

born December

May

11, 1880, in Hornell,

They
7.

live in

Leland,

(^re.

De Witt

Clinton, born August 4, 1858, in Bingham, Pa., and died February 11, 1889, in Eldred, Pa. He was a graduate of Yale in 1887, a minister in the M. E. Church, and pastor in
Eldred, Pa.

8.

Mary

Miller, born May 21, November 9, 1887, in Miles They live in Gibbon, Neb.

1860, in Granger,
City,

N. Y.; married Montana, Charles Milo Lee.

344

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
1. 2.

5.4.2. 10. 4.

1.
11, 1843, in

Frederic Porter Huntington, born July


hend, Vt.; married, July
9,

West Towns-

1871, in Rexville, N. Y., Esther Jane, daughter of

Oliver Hamilton Commodor Victor Perry and Margaret Jane (Nelson) Reed. She was born January 18, 1851, in Sweden, Pa. They He was a farmer. lived in North Bingham, Pa., and were Methodists. He died August 5, 1911.

CHILDREN.
*
1.
2.

Eleazer Peck, born June


Ellen, born November
6,

9,

1872.

* *

1875.
9,

3.

Harrison Haven, born March


1. 2. 5. 4. 2.

1878.

10.4.

1. 1.

ried

9, 1872, in Bingham, Pa.; marN. Y., Dora A., daughter of Alexander She was born FebruRobertson and Catherine Abiale (Weast) Dillingham. ary. 17, 1875, in Arcade, N. Y. He is a baker. He was S. S. Superintendent in the Methodist Church at

Eleazer Peck Huntington,


December
9,

born June

1896, in Arcade,

Shinglehouse, Pa., for three years.

CHILDREN.
1.

De Witt

Clinton, born August

29, 1899; died

September

1,

1909,

in Heiring, Pa.
2.

3.

Olive, born September 12, 1901, in Herring, Pa. Uarda, born June 7, 1903, in Shinglehouse, Pa.

4.
5.
6.

Clinton Porter, born November

3,

1905, in Shinglehouse, Pa.


in Shinglehouse, Pa.

Eleazer Peck, born January 23, 1908, Frederick Perry, born September 26,

1912, in Shinglehouse, Pa.

1. 2. 5. 4. 2. 10. 4. 1. 2.
6, 1875, in N. Bingham, August 3, 1898, in N. Bingham, Pa., Clinton Addison, son of Addison N. and Martha (Chestnut) Clark. He was born January 4, 1860. Mr. Clark is in the milling business, and moved from N. Bingham to So. Herring, Pa., in 1898, and to Shinglehouse, Pa., where he now lives, in 1904. They are Methodists, and Mr. Clark was a member of the official board for two years, and a member of the Board of Education for two years.

Ellen (Huntington) Clark, born November

Pa.; married,

children, born in MILLPORT,


1.
2.

PA.

3.

Addison Huntington, born October Diana, born June 24, 1902. Haven Reed, born March 26, 1904.

25, 1900.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.

345

1. 2. 5. 4. 2.
Pa.; married,

10. 4.

1. 3.

9, 1878, in N. Bingham, February 14, 1906, in Shinglehouse, Pa., Arvilla Mae, daughter .She was born of Seymour Alison and Theresa Josephine (Pearsall) Farley.

Harrison Haven Huntington, born March

August

25, 1884, in Shinglehouse, Pa.


is

He

a farmer.
reside in

They

are Methodists, and he has been steward in the

c-hurch since 1907.

They

North Bingham, Pa.

CHILDREN, BORN IN NORTH BINGHAM, PA.


1.

Mae, born March


Deo, born April
2,

20, 1907.

2. 3.

1909

died the same day.

De Witt Hartson,

born January 24, 1911.

1.2. 5.4. 2. 10. 5.


Jared Hyde Huntington, born February
10, 1842,

married, January 18, 1820 Adaline Wait, and lived in Townshend, Vt., where he was a farmer.
;

CHILD.
1.

Margaret, born January

12, 1843, in

Townshend, Vt.

1.2.5.4.2.10.6.
Olive (Huntington) Lewis, born March
Vt.; married,

31, 1822, in

Townshend,

August
Y.,

26, 1847, in

Spring Mills, N. Y., Paul Burdick, son of

(Church) Lewis. He was born August 3, 1817, in and was a farmer. He lived in Independence and Andover, N. Y., in Stoughton, Wis., from 1861, in Madison, Wis., from 1867, and Beloit, Wis., from May, 1892, and died in Beloit, September 28, 1892. He was a Methodist. She resides in Beloit, Wis.

Abram and
Plainfield,

Elizabeth

N.

CHILDREN.
*
1.

Clinton Huntington, born April

8,

1851.
Y',;

2.

Bertha Clarina,
Hobart.

born January

8,

1858, in Independence, N.

married, October 14, 1891, in Madison, Wis.,

Frank Gatfield

They

live in Beloit,

Wis.

1.

2.5. 4. 2. 10. 6.

1.

N.

Clinton Huntington Lewis, born April 8, 1851, in Independence, June 26, 1887, in Oak Creek, AVis., Caroline Augusta Hobart. They live in Milwaukee, Wis.
Y.; married,

346

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
CHILDREN.
*
1. 2.

Paul Adin, born April 14, 1879. Charles Hobaet, born June 6, 1881,
January
live in
28, 1910, in Billings,

in

Windsor, Wis.; married,

Mont., Helen TenBroeck.

They

3.

4.
5.

Red Lodge, Mont. Marshall, born December 5, 1885, in Oak Creek, Wis. Marian, born October 14, 1890, in Milwaukee, Wis.
Lillian, born February
5,

1894, in Milwaukee, Wis.

1.

2. 5. 4. 2. 10. 6. 1. 1.
born April
14, 1879, in

Paul Adin Lewis,


phia, Pa.

Chicago,

111.;

married, Aug-

ust 6, 1906, in Milwaukee, Wis.,

Mary Louise
children.

Durbin.

They

live in Philadel-

1.

Janet IIobart, born


N. Y.

July 14, 1907, in Forest


19,

Hills,

Mass.
City,

2.

IIobart Durbin, born December

1909, in

New York

1. 2.

5.4.

2.

10. 7.
;

tember

LucRETiA (Huntington) Powers, born April 15, 1827 28, 1852, Joseph Powers, who was born May 10, 1809.

married, Sep-

He owned

at

one time an extensive cabinet manufactory, and was also engaged


ing industry.

in the flour-

He died February 28, 1892. in Boyne Falls, Mich. Mrs. Powers has been a member of the Methodist church for seventy-five years, and lives in Denver, Colo.
children, born in HEBRON, WIS.
1.

PvDWAKD Clinton, born October


1859, in Hebron, Wis.

18,

1853;

died

February

15,

* *

2. 3.

Ella Minerva, born October

18, 1853.

* *

4.
r>

Harry Huntington, born August 7, 1859. Edna Lucretia, born January 27, 1861.
Joseph Horace, born January
22, 1866.

1. 2. 5. 4. 2.

10. 7. 2.

18, 1853, in HeBoyne Falls, Mich., John Albert, son He died in Ludington, of John Albert and Mahala (Jackson) Chapman. Mich., January 15, 1907.

Ella Minerva (Powers) Chapman, born October

bron, Wis.; married, August 12, 1880, in

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY,
CHILDREN, BORN IN MILWAUKEE, WIS.
1.

347

Joseph Albert, born January


married Pearl
Stoll,

2.

31, 1882, in Milwaukee, ^Yis.; January 21, 1908, in Chicago, 111. Gladys Mahala, born January 7, 1886 died May 2, 1888.
;

3.

4.

Donald Huntington, born December 12, 1889. Grace Gwendolyn, born October 29, 1891; married, June
they reside.

24,

1914, at Oberlin, O., Olney l>rown Kent, of Ithaca, N. Y., where

5. 6.

Mildred Powers, born April 22, 1893. Kenneth Powers, born February 12, 1897;

died, July 19, 1898.

1.

2. 5. 4.2. 10. 7.3.


born August
7,

Harry Huntington Powers,


4,

1859

married, October

1882,

Mary

J.,

daughter of the Rev. E. J. and Faith Huntington (Hooker)


a graduate of the Wisconsin State University, in Madison.

Montague
]Mr.

(1. 3. 3. 4. 1. 1. 1. 2. 2.).
is

Powers

He

served as an

asst.

teacher in the University for one year.

He

completed

and was called to Oberlin College in Ohio as professor of French. He next went to Smith College, as professor of sociLater he held chairs at Leland Stanford, Jr. University, in California, ology. and Cornell University in Ithaca, N. Y. While teaching he spent his vacations in conducting parties on tours through Europe, and finally resigned his position in college so as to devote all
his education in Paris, France, his time to foreign travel tours.

His headquarters are in Boston, Mass.


helps

His wife accompanies him and

him on

his tours.

They

are CongregationaMsts.

children.
1.

Phillip Montague, born December 16, 1884; married, March 9, 1913, Clara MacKeil. He was for a number of years on the staff
of the

Boston Herald, but

is

now, 1915, reporter with the Ger-

2.

man army for the Associated Press of Boston. Joseph Huntington, born September 3, 1889.
of the printing

He has charge department of the Boston Bureau of Univei-sity

Travel.

1.2.5.4.2.10. 7.4.
Hebron, Wis.; married.
of

Edna Lucretia (Powers) Tourtelotte, born January May 20, 1886, John F. Tourtelotte, who

27, 1861, in
is

a promi-

nent lawyer of Denver, Colo.

Wisconsin University, at

Both Mr. and Mrs. Tourtelotte are gi-aduates Madison, Wis.

348

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
CHILDREN.
1.

Louisa Lucretia, born June


Frances, born September
3,

27,

1887

graduated from the State


at Oberlin Col-

University at Boulder, Colo., in 1910.


2.

1891

was a student
a

lege, Oberlin, Ohio, in 1910.


3.

Margaret,

born December
in 1910.

2,

1893; was

student at Denver

High School,

1. 2. 5.

4.2. 10. 7.5.

Joseph Horace Powers, born June 22, 1866, in Hebron, Wis.; married, November 26, 1892, in Bremen, Germany, Anna Minna Marie, daughter
of Victor Julius

George Sochlke, of Bremen, Germany. Mr. Powers is a professor of Zoology in the Nebraska State University, in Lincoln, Neb. He is a graduate of Wisconsin University, and received a He completed his education at Goetscholarship and returned for one year. tingen, Germany. children.
1.

Hildegard Huntington,
N. Y.

born November

2,

1893, in Brooklyn,

2.

Victor Sochlke, born July

6,

1895, in Crete, Neb.


16, 1898, in Crete,

3.

Horace Joseph,

born October

Neb.

1.2.5.4. 2. 10.8.
Vt.; maiTied, first.

DeWitt Clinton Huntington, born April 27, 1831, in Townshend, May 13, 1853, in Chelsea, Vt., Mary Elizabeth, daughter of

Salmon Joiner and Elizabeth (Fish) Moore. She was born in 1833, in ChelHe married, second, sea, Vt., and died July 22, 1866, in Spring Mills, N. Y. October 27, 1868, in Rochester, N. Y., Frances Harriet, daughter of Hiram She was born August 3, 1846, in and Harriet Frances (Wilson) Davis. Rochester, N. Y., and survived him. He was a Methodist clergyman, a graduate of Syracuse University, and was in the active ministry from 1851 to 1898; was Chancellor of the Nebraska Wesleyan University from 1898 to 1908; Chancellor Emeritus and Professor
of Biblical Study from 1908 until his death.

He was

Presiding P21der from 1871 to 1898, a

member

of the General

Conference from 1868 to 1904, a delegate to the Ecumenical Conference, London, in 1881, and fraternal delegate
to the

M.

E.

Church South, 1902.


from Syracuse University,
in

He
1

received the Degree of d. d. from Genesee College, in 1868; ll. o.


l^niversity, in 1910,

from Syracuse
905.

and

i..

n. d.

He

lived successively in Thetford,


Y.,

\'t.,

Proctorsville, Vt., Brattleboro, Vt.,

Trumansburgh, N. Y., Rochester, N. Y., Syracuse, N. Y., Rochester, N. Y., Buffalo, N. Y., Bradford, Penn., Olean, N. Y., Bradford, Pa., and finally in Lincoln, Neb., from 1891 to the time of his death, February 9,
HorneU, N.
1912.

HUNTINGTON GENEALOGY.
CHILDREN.
1.

349

2.

Chakles Finney, born June 4, 1855, in Proctorsville, died May 20, 1882, in New Orleans, La. Thomas Mooke, born March 27, 1858, in Hornell, N. Y.;
first,

Vt.,

and

married,

Sept