“THE MARCH OF TIME!

” GENEALOGY OF

CAROLYN ESTHER MERRICK JOAN GERTRUDE HATHAWAY MERRICK LOIS JANET ANDERSON MERRICK

HISTORICAL CHARTS

COMPILED BY WEBSTER HATHAWAY MERRICK 1935 ADDITIONS COMPILED BY LOIS JANET ORRIS 2006

When reading this Genealogy, you will notice that certain people (usually shown as descendants of the person headlined at the top of the page) are displayed in capital letters. We are direct descendants of these people.

Line #1 THE MERRICK LINE The Paternal Line (1) (1a) (1b) (2) Carolyn Esther Merrick, b. 1925 Joan Gertrude Hathaway Merrick, B. 1930 Lois Janet Anderson Merrick, B. 1932 Webster Hathaway Merrick, b. 1891. m. 1924 m. Esther Lillian Anderson, (3), b. 1901 dau. Of John Sanfred Anderson and Harriet Amelia Bjork Edward Clark Merrick, b. 1854, m. 1888, m. Carrie Blanche Hathaway, (5), b. 1865, d. 1920 dau. of George Willington Hathaway and Boadicea T. Nash William Wells Merrick, b. 1817, m 1851. d.1892 m. Louisa Higgins Robinson, (9), b. 1818, d.1887, dau. Of John Robinson and --- ---. Timothy Merrick, b. 1780, m. 1811, d. 1871 m. Judith Wells, (17), b. 1783, d.1862 dau. Of --- Wells and --- --- . Jacob Merrick, b. 1746, m. 1770, d. 1828 m. Judith Barker, (33), b. , d. 1818 dau. Of Esq. Eben Barker and Abilgail Morse Timothy Merrick, Jr., b. 1704, m.1728, d.1784 m. Mary Bodwell, (65), b. , d. 1805, dau. Of Eliphalet Bodwell and --- --- . Timothy Mirick, Sr., b. 1666, m. 1696, d. 1719, m. Mary Lancaster, (129), b. , d. , dau. Of Joseph Lancaster and --- --- . James Mirick, Sr., b. 1612, to America 1636, m. 1652 or 1653, d. m. Margaret --- , (57), b. , d. , John Merrick, b. about 1579, m. , d. , m. Elizabeth (?) --- , (513), b. , d. Rev. William Merrick, b. about 1546, m. . , d. , ,

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THE EMIGRANT HATHAWAYS In the early days of the New England colonization the name, “Hathaway” was often spelled as it was usually pronounced, “Hadaway”. Four of the name came over from England to America at, or about the same time, 1635; and Nicholas, from whom our line is descended, came over in 1639. It is thought that these five Hathaways, or Hadaway, as some spelled the name, were closely related; some of them may have been brothers, although that is still to be proved. The family name is supposed to have originated in Wales, although possibly in England. Due to the fact that so many of the early Hathaways were named “John”, it is not surprising that historians have erred in the compilation of their data. All the early data and records of Hathaways were very vague. The early “comeoverers”, as they are sometimes called, may have been related in England. There were many Hathaway families in England in the 1600's and there still are. For the sake of convenience I have numbered these five emigrants from 1 to 5 and give below an outline of each one, as I have it. 1. Arthur Hadaway (or Hathaway), Sr., settled at Marshfield in 1643, lived in Plymouth in 1646 and afterwards removed to Dartmouth. He married, Nov. 20, 1652, Sarah Cooke of Plymouth, a granddaughter of Richard Warren, Mayflower Pilgrim. There were many descendants. In Braintree records, Nicholas Hathaway had a land grant for four heads, Dec. 24, 1639/40. Two of these would be for Nicholas and his young son, John, and it would appear that the other two might have been Arthur and John “of Barnstable.” For further details, refer to #5226, line 2613, page 3, the first line numbered 3. Arthur Hathaway and Sarah Cooke, his wife, had at least two children, both sons. 1. John Hathaway, born Sept. 17, 1653 2. Arthur Hathaway, Jr., born in 1655. 2. John Hathaway, “of Taunton”, was a very respectable man and owned a large landed estate. He was often employed in the business of the colony. This family is almost extinct. It is said that descendants of this family were defective, deaf mutes and some blind. He died Nov. 3, 1695 3. Joseph Hathaway of Taunton. Have nothing as yet about him. 4. John Hadaway (or) (Hathaway), Sr., “of Barnstable” was born in England in 1617, as appears on Custom House records and by his own deposition dated Mar. 1, 1658/9. He came to America in the “Blessing” in July, 1635 at the age of 18. He was before the General Court in 1637. In Braintree records, Nicholas Hathaway (# 5120, Line #5) had a land grant for four heads, Dec. 24, 1639/40. Two of these would be for Nicholas and his young son, John; and it would appear that the other two might have been Arthur and John “of Barnstable”. He resided at Yarmouth in 1649 and was summoned before the Plymouth Court for lending a gun to an Indian. He resided at Barnstable in 1656. He married, (1), July 1, 1656, at the age of 39, which was very late in life for those days, Hannah Hallet, a daughter of Andrew Hallet and Mary ---, of Barnstable. Andrew Hallet came to America in 1637 and was in Plymouth in Mar.

1638/9. He was a schoolmaster and was styled a “gentleman”, a title bestowed upon few in the Colony. He was a man “possessed of a good estate.” Hannah Hallet “died early”, and John Hathaway, Sr. married, (2) Elizabeth Coleman (born in Boston, Feb. 28, 1651/2, daughter of Edward Coleman of Yarmouth). She was 21 years of age at the time of her marriage to John Hathaway, Sr. and she was 34 years younger than her husband. They removed to Yarmouth. He was intemperate and wasted his own and his wife's estate. His will was dated Aug. 3, 1689 and was probated Feb. 15, 1696/7. In it he bequeathed to his second wife, Elizabeth, and to his sons, Thomas, John, Gideon and Edward and to daughters (names not given) of his first wife, Hannah Hallet; and his second wife (Elizabeth) to bestow on her two daughters. The only names of children that can be found are mentioned in their father's will: 1. John Hathaway, Jr., born Aug. 6, 1658; by his first wife. 2. Hannah Hathaway, born 1662; by his first wife. 3. Edward Hathaway, born 1663 (?) if so, by his first wife. At least one more daughter by his first wife. Thomas Hathaway, first named in his father's will, but probably by his father's second wife, Elizabeth. Gideon Hathaway, probably by his second wife, Elizabeth. Two other daughters by his second wife, Elizabeth. 5. NICHOLAS HATHAWAY, (#5120, line #5). Our line of descent.

New England Historic & Genealogical Society April 1929 Annual Reports Report of the Committee on English & Foreign Research By George Andrews Moriarty, Jr., Chairman

The Chairman wishes to call attention to certain misapprehensions regarding the founders of this section of the country. One class of persons are obsessed with the idea that the founders were scions of noble houses, and swallow fabricated pedigrees with the greatest of ease. Another class, among whom will be found eminent historians as James Truslow Adams and several of our distinguished biographers, assert that the founders came from the lower strata of English society. This view is as misleading as the other. The truth is that the great bulk of the founders of New England came from the intelligent, selfrespecting middle class known as the yeomanry, and from the shopkeepers. But there was also a goodly percentage, and, considering the emigration as a whole, a high percentage, of the gentleman of England. The upper classes of New England were made up of members of the English county families, well-to-do merchants from the towns, and the clergy, who were graduates of the two universities. Descent from good yeoman stock is a matter for congratulation; but, other things being equal, there is no one who would not prefer to descend from seventeenth century gentlemen. It is, therefore, somewhat amusing to read the loud assertions by various investigators that the entire emigration of New England in the sixteen thirties came from the lower orders of society; and their sneers at heraldry and gentility are a form of inverted snobbery quite as amusing as that which seeks to fasten many of the honest yeomen of the seventeenth century to gentle families which which they never had or claimed any kinship.

Numbers 1, 1a and 1b Line #1 THE NAME, MERRICK The name MEYRICK, or MERRICK and variously spelled, means Guardian. The motto of the Welsh Meyricks, “Without God, nothing, God and enough”. The Merrick family boasts a coat of arms and a crest. The name has been traced by professional genealogists back to Coel Codebog, a Briton King, 262 B.C. Burke's Peerage, edition of 1887, page 946, says in part: “The Meyricks are of the purest and noblest Cambrian blood, and have possessed the same ancestral estate at Bodorgan, Anglesey, Wales, without interruption, upwards of a thousand years. They have the rate distinction of being lineally descended both from the Sovereign Princes of Wales of the Welsh royal family, and from King Edward I, whose eldest son was the first Prince of Wales of the English royal family”

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CAROLYN ESTHER MERRICK

Carolyn Esther Merrick (#1, line #1) daughter of Webster Hathaway Merrick, (#2, line #1) and Esther Lillian Anderson, (#3, line #1) was born May 14, 1925, in the SwedishAmerican Hospital at Rockford, Ill. (1a) JOAN GERTRUDE HATHAWAY MERRICK

Joan Gertrude Hathaway Merrick, (#1a, line #1) daughter of Webster Hathaway Merrick, #2, line #1) and Esther Lillian Anderson, (#3, line #1), was born May 6, 1930, in the Swedish-American Hospital at Rockford, Ill. (1b) LOIS JANET ANDERSON MERRICK

Lois Janet Anderson Merrick, (#1b, line #1), Daughter of Webster Hathaway Merrick (#2, line 1) and Esther Lillian Anderson (#3, line #1) was born Aug. 22, 1932 , in Rockford Hospital at Rockford, Ill.

Numbers 2 and 3 Line #1 1. 2. WEBSTER HATHAWAY MERRICK ESTHER LILLIAN ANDERSON

Webster Hathaway Merrick, (#2, line 1), son of Edward Clark Merrick (#4, line #1) and Carrie Blanche Hathaway, (#5, line #1) was born at 8 AM on Tuesday, October 20, 1891, at the home of his grandmother, Mrs. Boadicea T. Nash Hathaway (#11, line #5) at the south-west corner of North Winnebago St. and Mulberry St. in Rockford, Ill. He graduated from Ravenswood Grammar School, Chicago, in June 1906; attended Lake View High School, Chicago for a year and graduated from the Metropolitan Business College, Chicago in 1909. From 1910 to 1912 he was assistant cashier for the Trowbridge & Niver Co., a municipal bond house then located at suite 400, First National Bank Bldg., Chicago; and he held the same position with the Hanchett Bond Co., an outgrowth of the above mentioned concern, located at 39 S. La Salle St., Chicago. Moving to Rockford, Ill. April 25, 1912 with his mother, they made their home with his mother's sister, Gertrude Lillian Hathaway Airis, (#10, line #5 sub line #1) and her husband, John Walter Alexander Airis, at 818 Haskell Ave., Rockford. Mr. And Mrs. Airis moved from Chicago to Rockford at the same time. Three years employment with the Security Insurance Co. as assistant cashier was followed by several months with the F. W. Woolworth Co.'s S. Main St. store as assistant manager and then for the next three years he was assistant manager of the supply department of the Western Department of the American Insurance Co. of Newark, New Jersey, of which his mother's first cousin, Charles Ernest Sheldon, #20-2-1, line #5, page 2), was at that time and until his death on July 23, 1924, Western Department Manager and the company's Vice President. Failing to pass the physical examinations for enlistment in the army for service in the World War, and later in the draft, because of near sightedness, he enlisted July, 1917 as a private in Company I, Tenth Regiment, Illinois National Guard, then known as the Home Guard. Early in August, 1917 this militia company was called, together with the rest of the Tenth Regiment, all of the Ninth Regiment and the Eighth Regiment, (colored), for active training at Camp Lincoln, Springfield, Ill. While at Springfield these three regiments were called for special service on a coal mine strike that lasted until early October, 1917. Returning to Rockford he was honorably discharged at that time, but continued his association with the company for more than a year afterward. He was employed as a mechanic for several months in 1919 in the shop of the Ingersoll Milling Machine Co. and worked about a year in the shop of the Barber-Colman Co., both in Rockford. From Aug. 11, 1920 until Sept. 23, 1928 he was Classified

Advertising Manager of the Rockford Morning Star, resigning to accept an offer in the same capacity with the Rockford Daily Republic where he stayed exactly two years – until the consolidation of all three of the Rockford newspapers in Sept. 1930. The Rockford Journal, later styled the Rockford Daily Journal was organized by the then Winnebago County Judge, the Hon. George T. Lidddell on Feb. 12, 1932 and he was employed there in various capacities as advertising manager, covering both classified and display advertising; Circulation Manager and Business Manager. The combination of lack of adequate capital, multi-millionaire competition and the depression, brought an early end to the Journal and it suspended publication in November, 1934. Leaving that paper in February of that year because of the failure of the Journal to pay a living wage and owed him a considerable amount in back wages, he was appointed a Deputy Assessor by the Rockford Town Board and served under Assessor Gus S. Brown during the spring and early summer of the years 1934 , 1935 and 1936. It is of interest to note Webster Hathaway Merrick's grandmother's brother, Captain John Bird Nash, (#22, line #11), served several terms as Rockford Township Assessor in the 1880's. He married, July 16, 1924, Esther Lillian Anderson, (#3, line #1) daughter of John Sanfred Anderson, (#6, line #3) and Harriet Amelia Bjork, (#7, line #3) of 1441 Greenwood Ave., Rockford, at the parsonage of the Swedish Evangelical Lutheran Zion Church, corner of Sixth St. and Fifth Ave., Rockford. The Rev. Carl Solomonson officiated. Esther Lillian Anderson was born on Second St. in Clinton, Iowa on Jan. 23, 1901. She graduated from the Jackson grammar school, (Rockford) and attended Rockford High School. For a time she was employed in the mail order department of the H. W. Buckbee Seed Farms of Rockford, owned by John T. Buckbee, later Congressman from Illinois. From 1919 until the spring of 1924, just previous to her marriage, she was employed in the payroll department of the National Lock Co. of Rockford. Mr. And Mrs. Merrick and their children live (1935) in their own home at 1901 Latham St., Rockford, Ill. There were three children, all girls, listed here in the order of their birth: 1. Carolyn Esther Merrick, (#1, line #1) born May 14, 1925 in the Swedish-American Hospital, Rockford, Ill. 2. Joan Gertrude Hathaway Merrick (#1a, line #1) born May 6, 1930, in the SwedishAmerican Hospital, Rockford, Ill. 3. Lois Janet Anderson Merrick, (1b, line #1) born Aug. 22, 1932 in Rockford Hospital, Rockford, Ill.

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EDWARD CLARK MERRICK CARRIE BLANCHE HATHAWAY

Edward Clark Merrick, (#4, line #1), a son of William Wells Merrick, (#8, Line #1) and Louisa Higgins Robin, (#9, Line #1) was born Apr. 22, 1854 at Boston, Mass. He was educated in Boston where he graduated from the Charlestown High School, which is located immediately across the street from Bunker Hill monument, in the class of 1872. There were 47 boys in his graduating class and in later years they held class reunions. At the reunion held in 1934 it was brought out that only four of this class were still living. While in high school he was Cadet Captain of the First Company in the military training class. Of his athletic activities during his early manhood he writes, (summer of 1935) as follows: “The principle game was baseball, in which I was greatly interested. I played the game from the age of 12 (1866) until I was 21 or 22 (1875 or 1876) and I remember very well how proud I was when I was invited to join a club (The Una Baseball Club) whose members were considerably older than I. This club was considered the best amateur club in Boston and for three years in succession (1870-72) we won the Amateur Championship of New England; and we traveled all over New England, playing the clubs in the various cities. I can assure you that these were the most enjoyable days of my early life.” He attended Harvard Medical School in 1874 where Dr. Oliver Wendell Holmes was his professor in Anatomy; and President Elliott of Harvard University he remembers very well. For the next nine years he was employed by a large firm of importers and wholesalers of general merchandise and in 1883 he removed, with his brother, William Oscar Merrick, to Rockford, Illinois, and together they opened a ladies' and gents' furnishing goods store there under the name of “Merrick Bros.” They removed the business to St. Paul, Minn. In 1889, stayed there about a year, closed out the business and removed to Chicago early in 1890. William Oscar Merrick engaged in various enterprises in Chicago for the first few years and in 1900 he entered the printing business in which he is now (1936) engaged. Edward Clark Merrick engaged in the mortgage loan business and operated his own office in the Reaper Block for 19 years. Closing out the business in 1913 he removed to a small farm property that he bought at Wauchula, Florida, which he operated for two years, returning to Chicago in 1915. He later entered the employ of the Aetna Insurance Company of Hartford, Conn., at 1827 Insurance Exchange Bldg., Chicago in 1917 as statistician and auditor which position he now (1936) holds.

He was married at 9 P.M. on Wednesday, March 14, 1888 to Carrie Blanche Hathaway, (#5, line #1), a daughter of the late George Willington Hathaway, (#10, line #5) and Mrs. Boadicea T. (Nash) Hathaway, (#11, line #5), at the home of Mrs. H. W. Loomis on North Court St., Rockford, the Rev. Douglas C. Peabody of the Emanuel Episcopal Church of Rockford, officiating. The following three newspaper stores will be found of interest: From a Rockford newspaper (probably The Rockford Daily Gazette) of Wednesday, March 9, 1888:MERRICK---HATHAWAY The Approaching Nuptials of Ed. C. Merrick and Miss Carrie Hathaway --- To be Married Next Wednesday. The date has been fixed and the ceremony will no doubt be performed, if nothing unforeseen prevents, on Wednesday, the 14th. We refer to the approaching nuptials of Miss Carrie Hathaway and Edward C. Merrick, of the firm of Merrick Bros., the notion dealers. It is given out on the quiet that the ceremony will be performed at the home of the bride's mother on North Church Street next Wednesday evening, Rev. Douglas C. Peabody, officiating. Only the relatives of the contracting parties will be invited. After the ceremony the following day the couple will take a short wedding trip, and return to handsomely fitted up apartments at Mrs. Hathaway's. Mr. Merrick came here from Boston seven years ago, and has since then been in business with his brother. He has many friends. Miss Hathaway is a Rockford girl, was educated in Boston, and her many friends and acquaintances will be pleased to read of her approaching matrimonial event. Vive la Mr. And Mrs. Merrick. From a Rockford newspaper of March 15, 1888:AN IDEAL WEDDING The Nuptials of Edward C. Merrick and Carrie B. Hathaway--A Bride Most Fair, an Event Most Auspicious. Forasmuch as Edward C. Merrick and Carrie B. Hathaway have consented together in holy wedlock, and have witnessed the same before God and this company, and thereto have given and pledged their troth, each to the other, and have declared the same by giving and receiving a ring, and by joining hands, I pronounce that they are man and wife, In the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost. Amen. The hour was nine o'clock last night; the scene was the Loomis residence, the speaker was Rev. D. C. Peabody, and the words were the simple but impressive words of the marriage ritual according to the Episcopal church. One young lady who was present struck the keynote when she said: “That's what I call an ideal wedding.” It was ideal, not in the sense of elaboration or multitude of guests or gorgeousness of toilets, although the latter was by no means lacking, but because every detail indicated the perfection of good taste. The handful of favored guests were gracefully received by the bride's mother, Mrs.

Hathaway, and the hostess of the house, Mrs. Loomis. A bay window, banked with flowers in tasty arrangement, indicated where the pair would stand to receive the seal of the church upon their pledged troth. Mrs. Chandler Starr struck up Mendelsohn's Wedding March, Rev. Peabody took his station, and the wedding party came in. Miss May Loomis, the bridesmaid, leaning on the arm of W. O. Merrick, the groom's brother and his best man; the bride followed, a vision of loveliness most refreshing to look upon, accompanied by John H. Curtis, of Chicago, who gave her away according to the requirements of the service. E. C. Merrick, the groom, entered from another room, and met the radiant creature, whom he was soon to call his own, at the station by the bay window. Always charming, with beauty of face than which Rockford possesses none fairer, and with that gracefulness of heart which has shined with undisputed sway amid the circle within which she has moved—Miss Hathaway needed not the accessories of the dressmaker's highest art to proclaim her loveliness. But adorned in the pure white of the bridal dress, she made a picture that held captive all eyes, and filled every male heart with unspeakable envy for the Young Fortunatus who stood by her side. The costume was a short suit of white, watered silk, veiled in Chantilly lace. Her only ornament was a glistening diamond pin, the gift of one of her admiring gentlemen friends, who doubtless allowed his envy to take this most graceful and expressive form. In her hand she carried a bunch of rose buds, and wore at her breast a sprig of orange blossoms. Second only to the lovely bride in beauty of face, and form and drapery, was the bridesmaid, Miss May Lomis. “She looked like a dream” said one. “Have you ever fancied what a blossom or rare feminine loveliness H. Rider Haggard's “She” might make when her veil was cast aside and she stood revealed in all her supreme perfection? The fancy struck me that Miss Loomis most worthily embodied that mystic ideal.” Allowing for the very natural exuberance of expression of a devoted friend, the fact still remains that a fairer twain than the bride and her made the favoring starlight never twinkled upon in our fair city. Miss Loomis' costume was a dark green velvet skirt and bodice, with light green drapery of surah silk. She carried a cluster of pink rose buds. The house was made additionally attractive by a great number of fairy lamps which, with vari-colored shades, threw mellow light upon the festive scene. And so they were wed. The congratulations, of course they were hearty; and of the refreshments, nothing more need be said than that they were under the supervision of the mistress of the house, whose skill in matters of the cuisine have won for her the reputation, if not the name, of “The Delmonico of Rockford.” The bride and groom do not need an introduction to Rockford people. Both are identified with the social life, and both have only friends to wish them well, - no hostile hearts will speak with jealous depreciation at their present advent into these happier realms. The bride has spent most of her life here, although for several years she lived in Boston, acquiring the advantages, both educational and social, which the “Hub” affords. The groom is a member of the firm of Merrick Brothers, young and enterprising merchants, who have been steadily winning their way into increasing

public favor and confidence for the last five years, until they are recognized as two of our most substantial and promising business men. The array of exquisite presents indicated that excellent taste as well as an extravagant outlay had united in their purchase. The groom gave the bride a sum of money, of what fabulous amount no outsider may know; from the groom's father was a check for $600; from J. F. Burns, Jr., a most brilliant pin in the form of a wreath, set with ten diamonds, its monetary value undoubtedly was well up in the hundreds; a fancy folding bed, with plate glass mirror, was a gift of the groom's brother; a very handsome cabinet and bookcase combined was presented by George Hepburn, his intimate friend. There was a solid silver, gold lined, bon bon case from a relative from Lewistown, Maine, Mrs. B. E. May. This was a gem of a gift. From latter's daughter a little handkerchief, valued at only $35. A dainty French clock, a beautiful carving set, rose jars, books, works of art, bric-a-brac of varied character, made out an array that fairly made the spectators' eyes glisten. The wedding party lingered, , loth to leave a scene so replete with pleasant surroundings and rosy with the halo of future delights, until the midnight hour struck. The bride and groom left on the early morning Milwaukee train for the north. They did not lay out any definite route for a bridal trip, but will follow the dictates of fancy for the next two weeks or more. They will be “At Home” after April 18, at 208 North Church Street. The following were the guests so fortunate as to enjoy the ideal event; a star indicating that the gentlemen is accompanied by his wife:
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Charles E. Sheldon, (#20 and 21, line #5, page #1, sub line 2-1) W. T. Robertson, J. H Curtis, Chicago. Mrs. Warren Loomis. Mrs. F. M. Loomis (#10 and 11, line #5, sub line 1) Mrs. C. M. Hathaway. (#21, line #5) Mrs. Fannie Moffatt. Mrs. J. B. Nash (#22 and 23, line #11, sub line 9) Mrs. M. L. Gorham. Miss Kate Butterworth, Miss Gertie Hamilton, Miss Burton, Sterling E. J. Cleveland, W.O. Merrick, (#8 and 9, line #1, sub line 1) Geo. Hepburn. Frank Farnesworth Geo. P. Perkins, Chan Starr, W. F. Woodruff,

Miss May Loomis, Mrs. B. F. Hathaway Mrs. B. T. Hathaway, (#10 and 11, line #5) Mrs. Ireton, Miss Flora Churchill Mrs. Underwood Miss Lily Gorham, Miss Ella Richards, Miss Dora Sheldon, (#20 and 21, Line #5, page #4, sub line 4) Miss Marie Boynton, Sycamore Master J. Nash(#22 and 23, line #11, page #2, sub line 3) Fay Lewis, J. F. Burns, Jr., S. K. Flint, Boston From the Rockford Daily Gazette of Thursday, March 15, 1888: CUPID'S CAPERS --The wedding last evening of Miss Carrie B. Hathaway to E. C. Merrick, at the home of Mrs. Loomis. If the question were asked any time during the past five or six years as to who was the belle of Rockford society, probably no name would have been oftener mentioned than that of Miss Carrie B. Hathaway. During all this time rumors have been constantly afloat that she was to be married – now to this gentleman and now to that. So that when it was announced that she was to wed E. C. Merrick, on Wednesday evening, there was a diversity of opinion as to whether it was a bona fide fact or only another rumor. The wedding, however, came off last evening and as was eminently appropriate, was an elegant affair. It occurred at the residence of Mrs. Mary Loomis, on North Court Street, in the presence of a select company of friends. At nine o'clock, Mrs. Chan Starr seated herself at the piano and played a wedding march. The bridal party came down stairs and marched to the bay window in the parlor, where Rev. Douglas G. Peabody stood ready to perform the ceremony. The bridal couple were attended by Miss May Loomis, who acted as bridesmaid, and Mr. W. O. Merrick, who supported the groom. The parlor had been lavishly decorated with flowers and plants, whose bright colors seemed a brilliant prophecy for the future of the young people. The bride was arrayed in white moire silk and chantilly lace, low neck and short sleeves, pointed in back and front, no train. She wore diamonds and a corsage of orange blossoms and carried a bunch of white roses. To say that she looked enchanting, would be superfluous as she was always so, but certain it is that she never looked better than on her wedding night.

Miss May Loomis, the bridesmaid, wore a green plush skirt, with a waist and overdress of a lighter shade of green surah, cut short, low neck, short sleeves, pointed in back and, front trimmed with gold braid. She also wore diamonds, and a corsage bouquet of pink rosebuds, and carried an elegant fan. The ring ceremony was used and Mr. J. H. Curtis, of Chicago, gave the bride away. After the ceremony, a wedding supper was served. The bride and groom left this morning for the northwest. No one knows exactly where, but St. Paul and Minneapolis are undoubtedly within the plane of the journey. The presents were elegant, and there were lots of them. Prominent among the remembrances were a check for a thousand dollars from Mr. Merrick's father, and elegant diamond pin, a handsome folding bed, a beautiful cabinet, and any quantity of handsome silver tableware. A thirty-five dollar handkerchief was noticed. Numerous other pretty things were among them, but they were too many to remember. There were present at the wedding from abroad: Mr. And Mrs. J. H. Curtis of Chicago, Miss Marie Boynton of Sycamore; Miss Matie Burton of Sterling; E. J. Cleveland of Chicago; and Mr. Flint of Boston. Altogether the wedding was a most graceful one, and will be long remembered by the lucky few who received the invitation cards, written by the bride's own fair hand. Mr. and Mrs. Merrick will be gone two or three weeks, when they will return and occupy apartments at Mrs. Hathaway's. May naught but sunshine lie in the path of their wedded life. -----------

Carrie Blanche Hathaway, (#5, line #1) was born August 28, 1865 at Rockford and graduated from the Cambridge (Massachusetts) High School in 1881. She died July 1, 1920 at Rockford, of a complication of diseases that developed into paralysis from which she had suffered terribly during the last 25 years of her life. Her age at death was 54 years, 10 months and 3 days and she is buried in the Hathaway family lot, lot 29, section 3, in Cedar Bluff cemetery, Rockford, where her parents and her grand-parents are buried. Edward Clark Merrick lives (1936) at 4334 Greenview Ave., Chicago. There was one child, a son: 1. Webster Hathaway Merrick, (#2, line #1)

2. Numbers 8 and 9 line #1 (8) (9) WILLIAM WELLS MERRICK LOUISA HIGGINS ROBINSON

William Wells Merrick, (#8, Line #1), son of Timothy Merrick, (#16, Line #1) and Judith Wells (#17, line #1), was born August 23, 1817 at Louden (now Louden Center), New Hampshire. He married, June 28, 1851, Louisa Higgins Robinson, (#9, line #1) at Manchester, N.H. She was a daughter of John Robinson. (#18, line #9) and his wife, whose name is not known. Louisa Higgins Robinson was born Oct. 18, 1818 at Machiasport, Maine, and she died June 5, 1887 at Boston, Mass. William Wells Merrick, when a young man, went first to Metheun, Mass, where he was a tanner, and it is thought he was also a shoemaker, up to the time he left there for Boston. From then until his death, fifty years later, he was engaged in the leather business for himself in Boston. He died Sept. 5, 1892, aged 75 years. There were four children. 1 William Oscar Merrick was born May 29, 1852 at Boston, Mass. He was educated at Boston where he attended for three years, Charlestown High School, which is located immediately across the street from Bunker Hill monument. He was a member of the class that graduated in 1871. He was one of the original supporters of the idea of establishing a corps of Cadets in the high school and was a Cadet Lieutenant in one of the first companies formed. He was a member of the Una Baseball Club (as was his brother, Edward Clark Merrick, (#4, line #1), the best amateur baseball in New England, winning the Amateur Championship of New England in 1870, 1871 and 1872. He played first base and the out-field and was most active in baseball for many years. His first employment after leaving school was in a wholesale and jobbing shoe business on Pearl St. in Boston. After two years he went with a leading wholesale house handling fancy goods, Yankee notions, toys, games, cutlery, etc., where he remained ten years. In March, 1883, he removed, with his brother, Edward Clark Merrick (#4, line #1) to Rockford, Illinois, where they opened a ladies' and gent's furnishing goods store under the name of “Merrick Bros.” They moved the business to St. Paul, Minnesota in 1889, and they stayed there about a year, removing to Chicago in 1890. William Oscar Merrick engaged in various enterprises there for the next few years and about 1900 he associated himself with Mr. H. G. Adair, a printer—now the H. G. Adair Printing Co., 107 N. Wacker Drive, Chicago, and he has remained with this firm up to the present (1936) time. He never married. With the exception of about two years when his brother, Edward Clark Merrick, lived near Wauchula, Florida (1913-1915), these two men have lived together all of their lives. They both live now (1936) at 4334 Greenview Av., Chicago, Ill.

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EDWARD CLARK MERRICK, ( #4, LINE #1) Robert Elmer Merrick, born Dec. 21, 1860 at Somerville, Mass., which is a suburb of Boston. He died Aug. 21, 1861, aged exactly eight months. Minnie Merrick, born Oct. 3, 1862 at Charlestown, Mass. Which is also a suburb of Boston. She died Oct. 8, 1862, aged 5 days

Line #3

THE ESTHER LILLIAN ANDERSON LINE A branch of the Merrick Line (1)

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Esther Lillian Anderson, b. 1901, m. 1924 m. Webster Hathaway Merrick, b. 1891, son of Edward Clark Merrick and Carrie Blanche Hathaway John Sanfred Anderson, b. 1868, to America 1880, m. 1898, m. Harriet Amelia Bjork, b. 1873, daughter of John August Johnson Bjork and Rebecca Anderson.

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(12) Carl August Anderson, b. 1839, m. , to America 1880, d. 1928, m. Mary Eng, b. , d. , daughter of Jacob Eng and Anna Stina --- .

Line #5 THE HATHAWAY LINE A branch of the Merrick Line (1) (5) Carrie Blanche Hathaway, b. 1865, m. 1888, d. 1920, m. Edward Clark Merrick, (4), b. 1854, son of William Wells Merrick and Louisa Higgins Robinson

(10) George Willington Hathaway, b. 1832, m. , d. 1874, m. Boadicea T. Nash, (1), b. 1834, d. 1891, daughter of John Bird Nash and Rachel Cutter Banks. (20) Leonard Willington Hathaway, b. 1809, m. 1831, d. 1852, m. Caroline Maria Thompson, (21), b. 1814, d. 1898, daughter of Elisha Thompson, Jr. and Matilda Richardson (40) Warren Hathaway, Sr., b. 1786, m. 1808, d.1817 m. Jemima Dudley, (41), b. about 1789, d. 1840 (or soon after 1817), daughter of Jonathan Dudley, Jr., and Jemima Stearns (80) Simeon Hathaway, Sr. b. , m. (1), 1777, m. (2), 1793, d. m. (1) Bettee Wellington, (81), b. 1756 or 1757, d. 1792, daughter of John Wellington and Bettee Warren, m. (2), Lucy Burdon, b. 1768, d. . (160) Major Joshua Hathaway, Sr. b. 1728, m. 1749, d. 1807 m. Mrs. Mary (Reed) Evans, b. about 1727, d. 179-, daughter of Thomas Reed and Sarah Tisdale. (320) Isaac Hathaway, b. 1704, m. , d. 1744 or 1749, m. Rebecca Warren, (331), b. , d. after 1750 daughter of Joshua Warren and Rebecca Church Ensign Jacob Hathaway, Sr. b. , m. 1696 or 1697, d. m. Phillipi Chase, (641), b. 1679, d. , daughter Benjamin Chase and Phillipi Sherman

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(1280) John Hathaway, Jr., b. 1650, m. 1668, d. 1730 or 1734, m. Hannah Burt, (1281), b. , d. , daughter of James Burt and Anna ---

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John Hathaway, Sr., b. about 1629, m. (1), 1649, m. (2), d. 1705, m. (1) Martha Shepherd, (2561), b. , daughter John Shepherd, Jr. and Margaret Squire. Nicholas Hathaway, b. m. --- ---, (5121), b. , m. , d. , to America 1639, d. .

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Numbers 10 and 11 Line #5 (10) (11) GEORGE WILLINGTON HATHAWAY BOADICEA T. NASH

George Willington Hathaway, (#10, Line #5) son of Leonard Willington Hathaway, (#20, line #5), and Caroline Maria Thompson, (#21, Line #5), was born Nov. 8, 1832 and died at Rockford, Ill., April 20, 1874, age 41 years, 5 months and 12 days. He died of consumption of the lungs, resulting in hemorrhages caused by his tearing off the doors of his blazing barn to rescue his horses. He was engaged in the real estate business in Rockford and sold fire insurance, his principal income being derived from buying houses, remodeling them and then selling them. He married Boadicea T. Nash, (#11, line #5), daughter of John Bird Nash, (#23, line #11) and Rachel Cutter Banks, (#23, line #11). She was born in Parkman, Maine, Aug. 31, 1834 and died in Rockford, Ill. Sept. 9, 1891, age 57 years, 9 days. George Willington Hathaway lived long enough after his accident to convert his real estate holdings into cash, and he left his widow and his children the sum of $20,000 on deposit with the Third National Bank of Rockford. The widow and children spent the winter following his death at Jacksonville, Fla., as had been the custom of the family for a number of years prior to her husband's death. She left the money in the bank, subject to a power of attorney in favor of her late husband's brother, Franklin Leonard Hathaway, (Hist . #20, sub line 10). The intention being that Franklin could use a reasonable part of this fund in an effort to regain his health that had been impaired as a result of the care and attention he had given his brother, George, in George's last illness, and also that Franklin could take care of some odds and ends of some business affairs that were needing attention when the family left for Florida. However, when the family returned to Rockford, the fund was entirely exhausted and Mrs. Hathaway was forced to immediately begin to earn a living for herself and family. She opened a boarding house on N. Church St. in Rockford later moving to the southwest corner of Mulberry and Winnebago Sts., where she also kept a few boarders. It was conceded to be the best boarding house in Rockford, although successful only in earning a living for the family. Both George Willington Hathaway and Boadicea T. Nash Hathaway, his wife, are buried in the Hathaway family lot, lot 39, section 3 in Cedar Bluff cemetery, Rockford. This lot was purchased from the cemetery association by Caroline Maria Thompson Hathaway, (#21, Line #5) for the sum of $10 in 1854. It was placed under perpetual care in 1923 by Webster Hathaway Merrick, (#2, line #1) upon payment of $125. There were three children, listed in the order of their birth: 1 Gertrude Lillian Hathaway was born June 15, 1863, at Rockford, Ill., and married, Oct. 29, 1879, at the age of a little over 16 years, in Wisconsin, Fred Mc Cord Loomis, son of H. W. Loomis and Mary A. Loomis of Rockford. Fred Mc Cord

Loomis was born July 5, 1859 at Rockford and died July 19, 1933 at 2002 Lincoln Park West, Chicago., Ill., age 74 years and 14 days. His father was born in 1815 and died Feb. 20, 1882, age 67, and his mother was born in 1827 and died July 29, 1896, age 69. Fred Mc Cord Loomis and Gertrude Lillian Hathaway, his wife, had one child, a daughter, Marie Loomis, born in 1883 at Rockford and Died Oct. 6, 1883 at Rockford, age “3 months”. Fred Mc Cord Loomis; H. W. Loomis, his father; Mary A. Loomis, his mother and Marie Loomis, his daughter, are all buried in the Loomis family lot, lot 34, section 4 in Greenwood cemetery, at Rockford. Gertrude Lillian Hathaway Loomis divorced her husband Feb. 3, 1890 on the grounds of desertion at Rockford, (Winnebago County court docket #12,039), the degree granted by Circuit Judge Crabtree. She married, (2), Sept. 15, 1891, John Walter Alexander Airis, son of John Alexander Airis and Janet Ballingel Fergrieve Airis at the home of his parents at Janesville, Wis. John Alexander Airis was born in Windy Waces, near Kelso, in Roxburgshire, Scotland, June 18, 1815 and died Aug. 9, 1897 at Janesville, Wis., age 82 years, 1 month and 21 days. Janet Ballingal Fergrieve Airis was born Jan. 1, 1818 at Aberdeen, in Aberdeenshire, Scotland and died Aug. 22, 1914 at Janesville, Wis., age 96 years, 7 months and 21 days. They are both buried in the Airis family lot in Oak Hill cemetery at Janesville. John Walter Alexander Airis, one of eight children, was born Feb. 14, 1861 at Janesville, and as a young man served Wells, Fargo & Co. Express, as express messenger and cashier at Albuquerque and Silver City, New Mexico, and later operated a shoe store with Alexander Richardson and with Charles H. Hemming, both of Janesville, at Rockford, Ill. After closing the store, he obtained a traveling position with a shoe manufacturing concern, covering the west coast, and later with the Irving Drew Co., manufacturers of women's shoes, of Portsmouth, Ohio, he traveled in Illinois and Iowa. Retiring from the road in 1930, he is (1935) employed by the Rockford Metal Specialty Co., in Rockford. He lives (1935) with his nephew, Webster Hathaway Merrick (#2, line #1) and the latter's family, at 1325 Burton St., Rockford, Ill. His wife, Gertrude Lillian Hathaway Airis, died Jan 26, 1929, of bronchial pneumonia at Rockford, age 65 years, 7 months and 11 days. She is buried in lot 346, division E in Willwood Burial Park, near Rockford. There were no children. 2. Carrie Blanche Hathaway, (#5, line #5) 3. George Warner (or Willington, or Warren) Hathaway, was born in 1867 at Rockford, Ill. At the age of 17, (about 1884), he left Rockford in the company of a party of friends of the family and went to Montana, where at Jennings, Lincoln County, he homesteaded a quarter section of land and did a lot of prospecting and mining in his own mines, of which he had nearly a dozen, all of them containing liberal deposits of both silver and gold. In this work he was moderately successful, hampered though he was by the lack of adequate capital for complete development. At one time he was sheriff of Lincoln County, (Libby county seat), and for a time owned and operated a saloon at Libby. He married, (1), Kate ---, whose father was at one time a Governor of Utah. She died and was buried on July 26, 1904 in lot 318, section F, in the C. E. Conrad Memorial cemetery, at Kalispell, Montana. George W. Hathaway married, (2), Etta Williams, who had also been married previously and had at least one, possibly two children by her first husband. George W. Hathaway and Etta Williams Hathaway,

his wife, separated and she obtained a divorce from him at Spokane, Wash. In 1923 or 1924. She has since married, (her third marriage) Louis Grindell of Spokane and in 1924 they lived there. George W. Hathaway died at his ranch near Jennings on Nov. 22, 1931, apparently from heart failure. He is buried beside the body of his first wife at Kalispell. Waggener & Campbell, undertakers of Kalispell, had charge of the funeral. There were no children by either marriage.

Numbers 6 and 7 Line #3 1. 1. JOHN SANFRED ANDERSON HARRIET AMELIA BJORK

Johan (Americanized to John) Sanfred Anderson, (#6, line #3) son of Carl ? August Anderson, (#12, line #3) and Mary Eng, (#13, line #3) was born Nov. 13, 1868 in Sweden and came to America with his parents and three brothers, Edward Nathaniel Anderson, Claus Theodore Anderson and Martin Alun Anderson and his sister, Selma Frederica Anderson, in 1880 and settled at Rockford, Ill. On May 8, 1880. He was 11-1/2 years old when they came to America. He married, July 2, 1898, at Rockford, Hedda (Americanized to Harriet) Amelia Bjork, (#7, Line #3), a daughter of John August Johnson Bjork, (#14, line #7) and Rebecca Anderson, (#15, line #7), both of whom were born in Sweden, and the latter a widow, coming to America in 1891 with her daughters, Harriet and Charlotte. Harriet Amelia Bjork was born Nov. 11, 1873 in Sweden and came to America when she was nearly 18. John Sanfred Anderson is an upholsterer by trade and is employed (1936) as a working foreman by the Norberg-Fagerberg Upholstering Co., 207 N. Water St., Rockford. Mr. And Mrs. Anderson live (1936) in the family home at 1441 Greenwood Ave., Rockford. There were six children, listed here in the order of their birth. 1 Alma Tholena Ruth Anderson, born Jan. 15, 1899 at Clinton, Iowa and died of pneumonia and brain fever, Feb. 23, 1902 at Rockford, aged 3 years, one month and 6 days. She is buried in her parents' lot, lot 2, section 22 in Scandinavian cemetery, Rockford. ESTHER LILLIAN ANDERSON (#3, LINE #1) Ina Thelena May Anderson, born May 3, 1903, 1903 on Fourth Ave. in Rockford. She graduated from Jackson grammar school and for several years was a milliner employed in a number of Rockford stores and Chicago shops. She married Paul Gustave Swanson, a son of Gustave Swanson and Ida Josephine (Berg) Swanson, of Rockford, at the parsonage of the Swedish Evangelical Lutheran Zion church, corner of Sixth St. and Fifth Ave., Rockford, on Jan. 17, 1925, Rev. Carl Solomonson performing the ceremony. Paul Gustave Swanson was born Oct. 19, 1894 in Rockford; he is a grammar school graduate and attended Rockford High School. He was employed in the shop offices of the National Lock Co. in Rockford, leaving there in 1918 to enter Army service. He served in France, Siberia and in Russia. Returning to Rockford in 1920 he resumed his position with the National Lock Co. and later in that year he, with his brother, Harry Swanson and several other employees of the National Lock

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Co. organized the Elco Tool & Screw Corporation at 1800 Broadway, Rockford, of which Paul Gustave Swanson is (1936) Vice President and Sales Manager as well as the largest stockholder. Mr. And Mrs. Swanson and their adopted daughter live (1936) in their own home at 424 Calvin Park Blvd., Rockford. There was one child (adopted), a daughter: 1. Shirley May Swanson, born Mar. 3, 1930 at Rockford. She attended a private kindergarten for several years and entered grade 1 B in Highland Grammar School (public) in the February Class of 1936. 4 Ethel Irene Anderson, born Sept. 8, 1905 in Rockford. She graduated from Jackson Grammar school and from Rockford High School in the class of 1923. She was employed for a time as a stenographer in the main offices of the National Lock Co., Rockford. She married Aug. 14, 1926, at the home of her parents, Millard May Van Deventer, adopted son of Elmer Van Deventer and Minnie May (Brown) Van Deventer of New Milford, Ill. Millard Ray Van Deventer was born Jan. 8, 1905 at Oregon, Ill. He is employed as a retail store clerk by Schulze Baking Co. of Chicago, in Rockford, and his wife, for a time after her marriage was employed as a stenographer by Muller's Union Dairy Co., 216 S. Court St., Rockford. There were three children, all girls, listed in the order of their birth: 1 Barbara Elaine Van Deventer, born May 26, 1928, in the Swedish American hospital in Rockford. She entered grade 1 B in Hall Grammar School in the class of February, 1933. At time of writing (March, 1936) she is in grade 3 B. 2 Patricia Ann Van Deventer, born July 11, 1929 in the Swedish American hospital in Rockford. She died Oct. 19, 1934, aged 5 years, 3 months and 8 days. She died in Swedish American hospital of acute acidosis and was ill less than two hours. She is buried in her grandparents' Anderson lot, lot 2, section 22 in the Scandinavian cemetery, Rockford. 3 Nancy Rae Van Deventer, born at 6 AM on Wednesday, Jan. 29, 1936 in the Swedish American hospital, Rockford. Myrtle Davida Anderson, born Dec. 22, 1906 at Rockford. She is a graduate of Jackson Grammar School (1920) and of Rockford High School in the class of 1924. She is a Registered Nurse, a graduate of the Nurses' Training School of the Swedish American Hospital, class of 1927. After several years of private practice she accepted a position as an industrial nurse with the National Lock Co., Rockford, which position she held until immediately prior to her marriage. She was married at 9:30 AM, Saturday, Sept. 28, 1935 to George Evald Hallden, the eldest of four sons of Oscar Knute Hallden and Tekla Halldina (Hallman) Hallden of Rockford. Both of his parents were born in Sweden. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Hugh M. Bannen, Pastor of the Trinity Lutheran Church, Rockford, at the parsonage of the church. George Evald Hallden was born July 21, 1908 in Rockford. He is employed in the shop of the National Lock Co., Rockford. They live (1936) at 227

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Line #7

THE BJORK LINE A branch of the Esther Lillian Anderson Line (3)

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JOHN AUGUST JOHNSON BJORK REBECCA ANDERSON

Johan (Americanized to John) August Johnson Bjork, (#14, line #7) was born at Boras, near Gothenburg, Sweden, in 1840. He entered the Swedish army as a young man, and as was the custom in those days, the authorities changed his last name, which was Johnson to Bjork. The spelling of this last name was later changed by American born grandchildren to Burke. He had at least two brothers, both of whom held very high positions in the Swedish army and were pensioned. He married Rebecka (Americanized to Rebecca) Anderson, Anderson, (#15, line #7), one of three daughters of Andrew Anderson (#30, line #15). John August Johnson Bjork died and was buried in Sweden in 1882, at the age of 42. Andrew Anderson spent 16 years in America, leaving his wife in Sweden at the time, but he returned to Sweden where he later died. Rebecca Anderson was born at Boras, near Gothenburg, Sweden on Oct. 30, 1833 and came to America in 1891 with two of her daughters, Hedda (Americanized to Harriet) Amelia Bjork (#7, line #3) and Anna Charlotte (known as “Lottie” Bjork, settling at the home of another of Mrs. Bjork's daughters, Davida Bjork, at Davis Junction, Ill., who had come to America in 1882 and had married August Lilly. Mrs. Bjork spent the latter years of her life about equally divided between the home of her daughter Hedda (or Harriet) who had married John Sanfred Anderson (#6, line #3) and was living at Rockford, Ill. and the home of another daughter, Alma Caroline Bjork who had come to America in 1886 at the age of 15 and had married Oscar William Vickell and was living at Kingston, Ill. Rebecca Anderson Bjork died Jan. 24, 1924 at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Alma Carolina Bjork Vickell, at Kingston, Ill., aged 90 years, 2 months and 24 days, and is buried in the John Sanfred Anderson family lot, lot 2, section 22 in the Scandinavian cemetery, Rockford, Ill. John August Johnson Bjork and Rebecca Anderson Bjork, his wife, had six children, listed as follows, in the order of their birth. 1 Davida (known as “Ida”) Bjork was born in Svenlunga, Sweden, Sept. 23, 1861 and came to America in 1882 at the age of 21. She married August Lilly, son of Hokan Nelson and Ellen ---, both of Sweden. August Lilly was born at Bleking, Sweden on Mar. 10, 1863. After their marriage they lived at Pingree Grove, Davis Junction, Hampshire, Russell and Durand, Ill. During the greater part of Mr. Lilly's adult life he was engaged in railroad work, latterly at Durand as a section foreman for the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway which was

later reorganized and known as the Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific Railroad. He held this position until his death from heart failure at Durand on Nov. 22, 1930, aged 67 years, 8 months and 12 days. He is buried in the Durand cemetery at Durand, Ill. Mrs. Lilly lives (1936) with her daughters Florence Anna Lilly and Charlotte Irene Lilly and with Mrs. Elsie Victoria (Palmquist) Lilly who is the wife of her son, Arthur William Lilly, at 32 W. 72nd St., Chicago, Ill. during the winters and at the family home at Durand, Ill. in the summers. There were seven children, listed as follows in the order of their birth: 1 Elmer Almon Lilly, twin brother of Carl Lilly (line #2, below), was born at Pingree Grove, Ill. June 29, 1886 , and died of diphtheria at Pingree Grove, Aug. 12m 1889, aged 3 years, 1 month and 13 days. He is buried in the cemetery at Davis Junction, Ill. 2 Carl Lilly, twin brother of Elmer Almon Lilly (line #1, above) was born at Pingree Grove, Ill. June 29, 1886, and died at birth. He is also buried in the cemetery at Davis Junction, Ill. 3 Florence Anna Lilly was born at Hampshire, Ill. June 17, 1888. She served at Postmistress at Durand, Ill for seven years. She lives (1936) with her mother, Mrs. Davida Bjork Lilly and with her sister, Charlotte Irene Lilly and with Mrs. Elsie Victoria (Palmquist) Lilly, who is the wife of her brother, Arthur William Lilly, at 32 W. 72nd St., Chicago, lll. during the winters and at the family home at Durand, Ill. during the summers. She is not married. 4 Ada Ellen Lilly was born at Davis Junction, Ill. June 7, 1890. She is (1936) a school teacher employed in the Kalamazoo, Mich. Public schools. She is not married. 5 Arthur William Lilly was born at Davis Junction, Ill. Apr. 19, 1892 He served in the Aviation Corps of the army in America during the World War. For several years following the war he was employed by R. R. Donnelly & Sons, of Chicago. On May 28, 1934 he was admitted to the Edward J. Hines Jr. Memorial Hospital at Hines, Ill. Suffering from a severe mental disorder, thought to have been brought on by his war experiences. Abut the middle of 1935 he was removed to another hospital in the southern part of the state and his condition is reported as very much improved. He married Elsie Victoria Palmquist, daughter of Martin Nels Palmquist and Christine (?) Hultquist Palmquist, at Mount Vernon, Washington on June 10, 1924. She was born at Omaha, Nebr. March 12, 1898. She lives (1936) with her husband's mother, Mrs. Davida Bjork Lilly's and her two sisters-in-law, Florence Anna Lilly and Charlotte Irene Lilly, at 32 W. 72nd St., Chicago, Ill. There are no Children. 6 Roy Clarence Lilly was born at Russell, Ill. Mar. 23, 1894. He served in the army in America during the World War. Following

the war he secured employment as a brakeman with the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway, later reorganized and known as the Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific Railroad. For a time he lived at Kingston, Ill. He lived at the home of his mother's sister and her husband, Mr. & Mrs. Oscar William Vickell, although his railroad headquarters are at Bensonville, Ill., near Chicago. While living at Kingston he played semi-professional baseball for several years with the Kingston Township team as pitcher. He is not married. 7 Charlotte Irene Lilly was born at Durand, Ill. July 19, 1900. She is a graduate and Registered Nurse, a graduate of the Nurses' Training School of Augustana Hospital, Chicago. She lives (1936) with her mother, Mrs. Davida Bjork Lilly, her sister, Florence Anna Lilly and with Mrs. Elsie Victoria (Palmquist) Lilly, at 32 W. 72nd St., Chicago, Ill. She is not married. 2 Otto Renhold Bjork was born in a village near Gothenburg, Sweden and died at the age of two years. 3 Charles B. Bjork was born Oct. 9, 1868 at Svenlunga, Sweden. He came to America in 1888 at the age of 20. Upon entering the United States the Immigration authorities incorrectly spelled his name as “Burk” but in later years his son, Elmer Carl Burke changed the spelling to Burke, as he preferred this spelling. Others in the family followed the change. Charles B. Burke married, Feb. 7, 1895, Betty C. Muratt, daughter of --- Johanson and --- Bergson. He served 25 years as a motorman on the street car lines of the Rockford (Illinois) City Traction Co., until his death, June 21, 1923 of cancer at Rockford, aged 54 years, 8 months and 12 days. He is buried in a cement box in lot 59, section 17 in Cedar Bluff cemetery, Rockford. His widow, Mrs. Betty C. Burke, and three of their sons, Elmer Carl Burke, William Oscar Burke and Floyd Frank Burke live (1936) in their own home at 1432 Fifth Ave., Rockford, Ill. There were 5 children, listed in the order of their birth: 1 Edwin Barnard Burke was born at Gregory, Iowa, Dec. 7, 1896. He married, (1), Gertrude Reinhart, daughter of John Reinhart and Betty Kate (Fox) Reinhart of Rockford, at Rockford on Apr. 17, 1917. Gertrude (Reinhart) Burke passed away in childbirth about Jan. 7, 920 and he married (2) Nov. 19, 1920, at Belvidere, Ill., May Regina Gustafson, daughter of August Peter Gustafson and Minnie (Samuelson) Gustafson of Rockford. His second wife was born May 25, 1900 at Rockford. There were no children by the second wife. They live (1936) at 2222 Twelfth Ave., Rockford. Edwin Barnard Burke is a draftsman in the employ of the Ingersoll Milling Machine Co., Rockford. His child by his first wife was: 1 Gertrude Louise Burke, born and died Jan 9, 1920. 2 Elmer Carl Burke was born May 7, 1899 at Rockford and is engaged in

jewelry business with a partner, Emil August Johnson, under the firm name of “Johnson & Burke”, their store located at 407 Seventh St., Rockford. He lives (1936) with his mother, Mrs. Betty C. Burke, and his brothers, William Oscar Burke and Floyd Frank Burke at the family home at 1432 Fifth Ave., Rockford. He is not married. 3 Alma Caroline Burke was born Aug. 16, 1902 at Rockford. For two years she attended the Nurses' Training School of Washington Park Hospital, Chicago, leaving there just prior to her marriage to William Ray Mc Ginty of Chicago. They live (1936) at 6808 S. Danta Ave., Chicago. There was one child, a daughter: 1 Betty Mc Ginty 4 William Oscar Burke was born May 30, 1905 at Rockford. He is a mechanic in the employ of the National Lock Co. at Rockford. He lives (1936) with his mother, Mrs. Betty C. Burke, and his two brothers, Elmer Carl Burke and Floyd Frank Burke at the family home at 1432 Fifth Ave., Rockford. He is not married. 5 Floyd Frank Burke was born Jan. 14, 1908 at Rockford. He has, since childhood, been an unusually talented pianist and all around musician; in his school days and for some time thereafter, he played with several Rockford orchestras. In 1934 he organized his own orchestra, naming it, “Floyd Burke's Orchestra”, which is well known in this locality as one of Rockford's finest musical organizations. He married Helen ---, but they are not now living together. He lives (1936) with his mother, Mrs. Betty C. Burke and his two brothers, Elmer Carl Burke and William Oscar Burke in the family home at 1432 Fifth Ave., Rockford. There are no children. 4 Alma Caroline Bjork was born in Sweden April 13, 1871. She came to America in 1886 at the age of 15 and later married Oscar William Vickell. Shortly after their marriage they settled at Kingston, Ill. Where Mr. Vickell became station agent for the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway, which was later reorganized and was known as the Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific Railroad. He holds (1936) that position from which he has for the past five years expected to be pensioned. Alma Caroline (Bjork) Vickell died of cancer Mar. 18, 1931 at Kingston, Ill., and was buried in the Scandinavian cemetery, Rockford. Her body was dis-interred May 18, 1932 and was buried in lot 271, division E in Willwood Burial Park which is located a few miles west of Rockford. There were no children. 5 HEDDA (OR HARRIET) AMELIA BJORK, (#7, LINE #3) 6 Anna Charlotte Bjork, (known as “Lottie”), was born Dec. 17, 1876 at Holsjunga, (Vesterjutland), Sweden. She came to America with her mother and her older sister, Hedda (or Harriet), (#7, Line #3) in 1891, when she was 15 years old. They visited at the home of a sister, Davida Bjork at Davis Junction, Ill., who had married August Lilly. Anna Charlotte Bjork married

Edwin Carlson, son of Carl Abrahamson and Johanna Person Abrahamson of Kolaby, Vesterjutland, Sweden who were married in 1863. Edwin Carlson was born at Kolaby, Vesterjutland, Sweden, Apr. 5, 1870 and he came to America May 6, 1890. He is a tailor by trade and operated his own tailoring business on Seventh St., Rockford from 1894 until 1929. He was employed by Peterson Bros. Clothing Co. (now out of business). On Broadway, Rockford until 1932 when that firm retired from business. From 1932 to date (1936) he has been employed by Bill Peterson, Inc., Clothiers, at 408 E. State St., Rockford, as a tailor. He is also a lay minister of the Swedish Lutheran Mission Church. They live (1936) in the lower apartment of their own two-family home at 1613 E. State St., Rockford. There were six children, listed in the order of their birth: 1 Elsie Charlotte Marie Carlson was born May 2, 1898 at Rockford. She married, Jan 30, 1918 at Rockford, Lawrence Albert Farb, son of Alfred Farb and Abeline (Venstrom) Farb. Lawrence Albert Farb was born July 10, 18--. He is a farmer and they live (1936) on their farm on Maple Drive Road, east of Rockford. There were four children, listed in the order of their birth: 1 Adeline Charlotte Farb, born Oct. 6, 1920 at Rockford, Ill. 2 Eleanor Virginia Farb, born August 20, 1923 at Rockford Ill. Died June 8, 1930 of pneumonia at Rockford, aged 6 years, 9 months and 18 days. She is buried in the Scandinavian cemetery at Rockford. 3 Paul Albert Farb, born Jan. 2, 1928 at Rockford. 4 Marline Gladdis Farb, born Sept. 27, 1931 at Rockford 2 Edna Anna Sophia Carlson, born Sept. 9, 1900 at Rockford. Married, Nov. 28, 1923 at Rockford, Frederick Seele, son of August Seele and Mary (---) Seele. Frederick Seele was born Mar. 14, 1895. He is a landscape gardner and horticulturist, employed by the Park Board of the City of Rockford, Ill. They live (1936) in the upper apartment of the two-family apartment building that is owned by Mrs. Seele's parents, Mr. And Mrs. Edwin Carlson, at 1613 E. State St., Rockford. There were three children, listed in the order of their birth: 1 Elaine Marie Seele, born Oct. 7, 1924 at Rockford. She died 12 hours after birth and is buried in the Scandinavian cemetery, Rockford 2 Charlotte Louise Seele, born April 20, 1926 at Rockford 3 Frederick Seele, Jr., born Jan. 29, 1934 at Rockford 3 Everett Harold Edwin Carlson was born Oct. 15, 1902 at Rockford. He married, Mar. 20, 1929, at Rockford, Anna Cecelia Wilhelmenia Beebe, daughter of William Henry Jackson Beebe and Emma Eugenia (Erickson) Beebe of Rockford. She was born Oct. 4, 19-- at Rockford. Everett Harold Edwin Carlson for some time prior to the fall of 1935, was a butter salesman in the employ of the Johnson Home Creamery, 1210 Eleventh St., Rockford, resigning from that firm to purchase a neighborhood grocery store on Tenth St. in Rockford, which

he is now (1936) operating. They live at 2222 Tenth St., Rockford. There was one child, a son: 1 Robert Everett Carlson, born July 5, 1930 at Rockford 4 Eskell Carl Arvin Carlson was born Aug. 31, 1904 at Rockford. He married, June 2, 1931, Pearl Ardis Shaw, daughter of Albert James Shaw and Gertrude Mable (Doolittle) Shaw of Rockford. She was born Mar. 14, 1908 at Rockford. Eskell Carl Arvid Carlson is employed as a milk route driver by the Ferm Dairy, 1411 Ninth St. Rockford. They live (1936) at 2340 Sixteenth Ave., Rockford. There was one child, a daughter: 1 Camilla Louise Carlson, born Oct. 9, 1934 at Rockford 5 Emmett Nathaniel Bjork Carlson was born Apr. 22, 1908 at Rockford. As a result of an accident, he was bedridden for four years and died May 31, 1924 at Rockford, aged 16 years, 1 month and 9 days. He is buried in his parents' lot, lot 10, sections 20 in the Scandinavian cemetery at Rockford. 6 Elliott Gidrick Brunoff Carlson was born Aug. 16, 1911 at Belvidere, Ill. He is employed as a machinist by the Ingersoll Milling Machine Co. of Rockford. He lives (1936) with his parents at 1613 E. State St., Rockford. He is not married.

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THE ENG LINE A branch of the Esther Lillian Anderson Line (3)

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Mary Eng, b. , m. , to America 1880, d. . m. Carl August Anderson, (12) b. 1839, to America 1880. Jacob Eng, b. 1818, m. (1), , to America 1869, m. (2), d. 1902. m. (1), Anna Stina ---, (37, b. , d. 1874, m. (2), Malena ---, b. 1832, to America 18--, d. 1890.

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THE REBECCA ANDERSON LINE A branch of the Bjork Line (7)

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Numbers 16 and 17 Line #1

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TIMOTHY MERRICK

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JUDITH WELLS

Timothy Merrick, (#16, line #1), son of Jacob Merrick, (#38, line #1) and Judith Barker (#33, lin3 #1), was born Oct. 23, 1780 at New Hampton, N.H., and married, Jan. 19, 1811, Judith Wells (#17, line #1) who was born July 28, 1782 and died Aug. 18, 1862, aged 80. Timothy Merrick was a farmer and he died Nov. 27,1871, aged over 91. There were six children, listed in the order of their birth: 1 Asa B. Merrick, born Nov. 12, 1811; married Apr. 15, 1835, Martha Bailey who died July 26, 1883, aged 71. He died Sept. 30, 1871, aged 59 and they had two children: 1. LaRoy S. Merrick, born March 11, 1836 in New Hampshire, married, Nov. 5, 1858, Mary Blaisdell, daughter of Charles Blaisdell and they had a son born Aug. 30, 1859. LaRoy S. Merrick never liked his first name so he discarded it and took the name “Charles” instead, by which he was known all his adult life. 2 Lovicy Ann Merrick, born Nov. 19, 1841 and died July 30, 1848, aged nearly 7. The birth record in the Merrick family bible shows her first name spelled, “Lovicy”, and the death record in the same book gives the spelling as, “Lovisa”, and it was by the latter name that she was known. 2 Joshua W. Merrick, born Sept. 9, 1813; married Nov. 19, 1840 (according to the family bible) or Sept. 1842 (according to the Merrick (printed) genealogy), Sarah Angier and there was no issue. He died Jan. 23, 1896 at New Hampton, N.H., aged 82 and his widow died there Dec. 17, 1898, aged 84. 3 Mary Merrick, born June 13, 1815 (family bible record) or June 6, 1815, (Merrick (printed) Genealogy); married John L. Gilman Aug. 18, 1840, he of Somersworth, N.H., and he died May 4, 1877, aged 66. She died Oct. 17, 1897, aged 82. There was one child: 1 Lawrin A. Merrick, born Nov. 15, 1842; died Aug. 19, 1932, aged 92. 4 WILLIAM WELLS MERRICK, (#8, LINE #1) born Aug. 23, 1817.

5 Nancy Merrick, born Dec. 31, 1819; married Sept. 26, 1847, Benjamin Wentworth of Somersworth, N.H. She died Dec. 4, 1875, aged nearly 56. 6 Sarah Merrick, born Nov. 26, 1822 (family bible record) or Nov. 26, 1821 (Merrick (printed) genealogy). She never married. She died Oct. 23,1893, aged nearly 71.

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Line #17

THE WELLS LINE

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Numbers 20 & 21 Line #5 (20) LEONARD WILLINGTON HATHAWAY

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CAROLINE MARIA THOMPSON

Leonard Willington Hathaway, (#20, line #5) oldest child and son of Warren Hathaway, (#40, line #5) and Jemima Dudley, (#41, line #5), was born April 24, 1809 at Sutton, Mass. . He died of typhoid fever , Mar. 29, 1852 at Rockford, Ill., age 42 years, 11 months and 5 days. He is buried in the Hathaway family lot, lot 29, section 3 in Cedar Bluff cemetery, Rockford. He was apprenticed to a shoemaker who was called “a fine bootman”, in another town, and every Sunday he walked several miles to spend the day with his little sister, Betsey, who worshipped him to the day of her death. As a young man he taught penmanship. His father died when he was only 8 years old. He married, Apr. 3, 1831, Caroline Maria Thompson, (#21, line #5). daughter of Elisha Thompson, Jr., (#42, line #21) and Matilda Richardson, (#43, line #21) of Charlton, Mass. Caroline Maria Thompson was born Jan. 23, 1814, and died Aug. 2, 1898 at Rockford , aged 84 years, 6 months and 9 days. She is buried in the same lot as her husband. She purchased this lot from the cemetery associated for $10 on Jan. 11, 1854, immediately following the opening of the cemetery. Webster Hathaway Merrick, (#2, line #1) placed this lot under perpetual care” in 1923 on payment of the required fee of $100. Leonard Willington, his wife and children moved from Chicago to Rockford, Ill. In 1847, 14 years after the first white settler, Germanicus Kent, came to Rockford and Northern Illinois. There were ten children born to them, six of them dying under the age of 4-1/2 years, of children's' diseases – scarlet fever and measles. The children are listed in the order of their birth: 1 GEORGE WILLINGTON HATHAWAY, (#10, line #5) 2 Harriet Jane Hathaway, born Feb. 21, 1835. She married, Dec. 20, 1855, Carlton Williams Sheldon, son of ---Sheldon and Eunice Hosford. For a great many years Carlton Williams Sheldon was a fire insurance agent, with offices in the Third National Bank Bldg., Rockford, and was a member of the Board of Directors of the bank for many years. He died in 1914, aged 78, at Rockford. His widow died Mar. 6, 1918, aged 83 years and 15 days, at Rockford. They are buried in the Sheldon family lot, lo5 25, section 7 in Cedar Bluff cemetery, Rockford. There were six children, listed in the order of their birth:

1 Charles Ernest Sheldon, born July 29, 1857 at Rockford. He established at Rockford, the Western Department of the Security Insurance Co. of New Haven, Conn. And also the Western Department of the American Insurance Co. of Newark, New Jersey. For many years he was the Western Department Manager of both companies. He later relinquished the management of the Security Insurance Co. in order to devote his entire time to the American Insurance Co. of which he later on became one of the Vice Presidents. He was considered one of the most capable fire insurance executives in the middle west and it has been said, authoritatively, that he received the largest salary of any man in Rockford. He left an estate well in excess of a million dollars. He married, Feb. 8, 1883, Fannie Hunter Penfield, of Rockford, and he died July 23, 1924 at Rockford, aged 66 years, 11 months and 24 days. He is buried in the Sheldon family lot in Greenwood cemetery, Rockford. His widow lives (1935) in the family home at 1817 National Ave., Rockford. There were five children listed in the order of their birth: 1 Mary Penfield Sheldon, born Dec. 20, 1883 at Rockford. She married Harry B. Elmers, son of Edmund P. Elmers and Hattie I. Elmers of Chicago, Ill. At the home of her parents, 1817 National Ave., Rockford. He is an Assistant Manager of the Western Department of the American Insurance Co. of Newark, N.J. At Rockford, Ill. (1935) They live (1935) at 136 Douglas St., Rockford. There were three children, listed in the order of their birth: 1 Anne Elizabeth Elmers, born Apr. 1914 at Rockford. She graduated with honors in 1935, from Rockford College. She was President of the International Relations Club and was one of three to make the Honorary Forensic Fraternity (national), and was in charge of the memorial services for Miss Jane Addams in the college chapel. She is employed (135) in New York City. 2 Jean Sheldon Elmers, born Feb. 1916, at Rockford 3 Charles Sheldon Elmers, born June, 1922 at Rockford and died July, 1923 at Rockford. 2 Margaret Sheldon, born Apr. 30, 1887 at Rockford. She married, Oct. 30, 1914, Norman Frederick Thompson, Jr., son of Norman Frederick Thompson, Sr. and Adaline Eliza Emerson, of Rockford, at the home of her parents, 1817 National Ave., Rockford. Norman Frederick Thompson, Jr. was born Mar. 14, 1884 at Rockford, received his A.B. Degree from Yale in 1906; was President of the Burson Knitting Co. of Rockford and a director of the Manufacturers National Bank of Rockford, of which his father was President for a great

many years. He resigned his position with the Burson Knitting Co. to accept the Presidency of a clock company at Winsted, Conn. Which failed during the depression. He died at Winsted, Conn. March 31, 1933, aged 49 years and 17 days. Following her husband's death, Mrs. Thompson removed to Rockford with her younger daughter, Adalyn, and they are making their home (1935) with her mother at the Sheldon family home, 1817 National Ave., Rockford. Mrs. Thompson is employed by Rockford College, one of the foremost schools for women in the country, as librarian. There were three children, listed in the order of their birth: 1 Margaret Thompson, born Aug. 17, 1915, at Rockford 2 Norman Frederick Thompson III, born Nov. 7, 1916, at Rockford. Attending (1935) Yale College, as did his father, grandfather and great grandfather before him. 3 Adalyn Thompson, born Apr. 28, 1923 at Rockford. Living (1935) with her mother at the home of her grandmother at 1817 National Ave., Rockford, Ill. 3 Elizabeth Harriet Sheldon, born Aug. 13, 1888 at Rockford . She married Shaler Gordon Smith of Baltimore, Maryland, son of Frederick H. Smith of Pittsburgh, Pa. & Elizabeth (Gordon) Smith of Augusta, Ga., at the home of her parents, 1817 National Ave., Rockford, Ill. Shaler Gordon Smith is an executive, in charge of the “City Department” of the Western Department of the American Insurance Co. of Newark, N.J., at Rockford. They live (1935) at 1837 Harlem Blvd., Rockford. There were four children, listed in the order of their birth. 1 Elizabeth Shaler Smith, born March 1917 at Rockford. Was a member of the 1935 graduating class of Rockford High School, graduating with the very highest honors in her class. She was the first senior in recent years to finish high school with “A” grades in every subject and she was awarded the honor of having her name inscribed on the A B L cup. She was chosen class speaker for the commencement exercises and in addition has served as first semester senior class secretary, as home room vice president and president; edited the faculty section of the high school annual and was elected to the National Honor Society in her junior year. She has been selected as one of 14 winners of a President's Scholarship at De Pauw University, Greencastle, Ind., in the college of Liberal Arts.

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This cemetery was later subdivided into business lots and the bodies therein were removed to a common grave elsewhere, probably his body among them. 7 Charles Henry Hathaway, born May 20, 1845; died Apr. 7, 1848 of scarlet fever or measles, at Rockford, Ill., aged 2 years, 10 months and 17 days. His body was buried in the family garden until the opening of Cedar Bluff cemetery in Rockford, when, in 1854, his mother purchased, for $10.00, lot 29, section 3 and his body was placed therein. The monument is inscribed, “Our Darlings, Charlie and Carrie” and the headstone over the grave in which Charles and his sister, Caroline, are supposed to rest, is marked, “C.M.H.”, the initials of his sister. 8 Caroline Maria Hathaway, born Oct. 28, 1847, probably at Rockford, but possibly in Chicago, died Mar. 9, 1852 of typhoid fever at Rockford, aged 4 years, 4 months and 11 days. Her body was buried in the family garden until the opening of Cedar Bluff cemetery when, in 1954, her mother purchased, for $10, lot 29, section 3 and her body was placed therin. The monument is inscribed, “Our Darlings, Charlie and Carrie” and the headstone over the grave in which she and her brother, Charles, are supposed to rest, is marked with her initials, “C.M.H.” 9 Luther Albert Hathaway, also known as Albert Luther Hathaway, was born Feb. 5, 1850 at Rockford and died Jan 27, 1928 at Chicago of cancer of the liver and bladder trouble, aged 77 years, 11 months and 22 days. He married (1), Jeanie --- , and he married (2), Mary L. Van Alstine , Apr. 30,, 1877. She was a sister of Walter Van Alstine who lived in Rockford a great many years prior to his death a few years ago (Written 1935). She deserted her husband and ran off with a Mr. Smith (an intimate friend of her husband's) and took her two children, Ferre and Vera. Nothing further is known of her. He married (3), Frieda Estelle Morrison (Morrison being the Americanized spelling of the original German name). Her mother's name was Mary Bahrt Morrison. Freida Morrison Hathaway died in 1923 (?) and is supposed to have been buried in Mt. Greenwood cemetery, Chicago, as is her husband and her daughter, Florence (?). Under date of May 22, 1935, Charles F. Johnson, Vice President of the Mt. Greenwood Cemetery Association, 111th St. and California Ave., Chicago, writes that A. L. Hathaway purchased, Sept. 12, 1900, the south one half of lot 208 in section 9 and that the following burials are shown on their records: Fredericka M. Hathaway, buried Oct. 11, 1901. This may be Freida, Al's third wife, but if so, her death date, as given above, and the cemetery record of her burial do not agree. Frances E. Hathaway, (may be “Florence”), removed to this lot from Oakwoods cemetery, Chicago, on May 15, 1902. Harry Hathaway, buried Apr. 4, 1909 Albert L. Hathaway, buried Jan. 28, 1928. There were four children, not listed in the order of their birth: 1 Florence Hathaway, (may be Frances E), buried, supposedly in Mt.

Greenwood cemetery, Chicago. 2 Frank E. Hathaway; married and has children. Lives (1935) at 2256 N. Keeler Ave., Chicago 3 George D. Hathaway, married and has children. Lives (1935) at 2957 Lowe Ave., Chicago. 4 Blanche Hathaway; married William Roy Buckwalter and lives (1935) in Apartment EE, 2914 Mildred Ave., Chicago. 10 Franklin Leonard Hathaway, born Aug. 10, 1852 at Rockford, Ill., and died May 25, 1876 at Rockford, aged 23 years, 9 months and 15 days. He died of consumption, thought to have been contracted as the result of the care and attention he gave his brother, George Willington Hathaway (#10, line #5) in his last illness.

Line #21

THE CAROLINE MARIA THOMPSON LINE A branch of the Hathaway Line (5)

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Caroline Maria Thompson, b. 1814, m. 1831, d. 1898, m. Leonard Willington Hathaway, (20), b. 1809, d. 1852, son of Warren Hathaway and Jemima Dudley. Elisha Thompson, Jr., b. 1783, m. 1806, d. , m. Matilda Richardson, (43), b. 1787, d. , daughter of Captain Nathan Richardson and Mary Belknap. Captain Elisha Thompson, Sr., b. 1748, m. 1770, d. 1810, m. Abigail Dresser, (85), b. 1748, d. , daughter of Lieutenant John Dresser and Sara Scott. John Thompson, b. , m. , d. m. Ruth ---, (169), b. , d. . ,

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Numbers 22 and 23 Line #11 1. 2. JOHN BIRD NASH RACHEL CUTTER BANKS

John Bird Nash, (#22, line #11), son of Jonathan Nash, (#44, line #11) and Anna (or Anne) Bird, (#45, line #11), was born July 8, 1794 at Parkman, Maine. He married Rachel Cutter Banks, (#23, line #11), daughter of Joseph Banks and Lydia ---. Rachel Cutter Banks was born July 16, 1797 at North Yarmouth, Me, and died May 2, 1877 at Rockford, Ill., age 79 years, 9 months and 16 days. Her father, Joseph Banks was born at Freeport, Me. And served in the American Navy during the Revolutionary War. Her brother Alfred Banks' son, George Banks lives (1935) at Irene, Ill. Aged over 90 years. John Bird Nash died in 1883, aged 83 (?), at Rockford and is buried beside the body of his wife, who died in 1877, in the Nash family lot, lot 23, section 7 in Cedar Bluff cemetery, Rockford. There were eleven children, listed in the order of their birth: 1 Sarah A. Nash, born Feb. 19, 1817; married Winslow Morse and had at least one child, a daughter: 1 Sarah A. Morse, married a man named Blethen. It is possible that she was married more than once because she is supposed to have been the mother of the following three children, not listed, as far as is known, in the order of their birth: 1 Elizabeth A. Gallagher. 2 Lena Mason. 3 Levi Winslow Blethen. 2 Joanna Nash, born July 26, 1819; married John B. Jones. There is a record of at least one child, a son: 1 Augustus B. Jones; married and had at least four children, not listed, as far as is known, in the order of their birth: 1 Eudora Jones, married, (1), a Mr. Sargent; married, (2) a Mr. Hatch and they lived (1910) at Denver, Colo. She was the mother of at least one child by each marriage: 1 Rodney G. Sargent. 2 Willard P. Hatch. 2 John B. Jones. 3 Louis Jones. 4 Ralph Donovan Jones. 3 Jacob Nash, Sr., born Nov. 14, 1821; married a girl named Foss and there

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were at least two children, lot listed, as far as is known, in the order of their birth: 1 Jacob Nash, Jr. 2 Lizzette Nash; married a man named Downing. Lydia Nash, born Aug. 18, 1823, married, but there is no record of who he was, nor if there were any children. Amaranth L. Nash, born about 1824; married Solomon Hancock. She died about 1911 at Boston and her body was cremated by the New England Cremation Society, of which she was a member. Her ashes were deposited in a copper urn and placed in her husband's grave in Cambridge cemetery in Boston. There were no children. William Nash, born July 29, 1825 and died in his early childhood. John Bird Nash, Jr., born Mar. 25, 1827 and died in his early childhood. Nancy Nash, born May 2, 1828 and died in her early childhood. John B. Nash, born Feb. 14, 1831; served in the Civil War as Captain of Company G, 105th Illinois Infantry. Later on for a number of years he was Assessor of Rockford Township in Winnebago County, Ill., county seat of Rockford. He also served, for a number of years, the old First ward in Rockford, as Alderman. He married Polly McKee of Belvidere, Ill. John B. Nash was a Mason of high degree and his wife was a member of the Order of the Eastern Star. Following her husband's death she became a resident of the Eastern Star and Masonic Home located south, and immediately joining the city limits of the city of Rockford. She lived there for some years until her death on Mar. 19, 1931. John B. Nash died Feb. 1, 1893 in Rockford, age 61 years, 11 months and 17 days. They are both buried in the Nash family lot, lot 23, section 7 in Cedar Bluff cemetery, Rockford. There were three children, all sons, listed in order of their birth: 1 Guy Nash, born Oct. 23, 1859 in DeKalb county, Ill. And died of locomotor ataxia in Rockford on Jan. 12, 1890, age 30 years, 2 months and 19 days. He is buried in the Nash family lot. 2 Earl L. Nash, born Dec. 10, 1862 at Flora, Ill. For a number of years he was an undertaker in Chicago, but has retired. He married, June 19, 1884, Lottie A. Stanley, daughter of Amasa Goodell Stanley and Harriet Helme of Rockford, Ill. Lottie A. Stanley was born in 1863. They live (1935) at Orlando, Florida and their mail address is Post Office Box 958. There were three children, listed in the order of their birth: 1 First child, name not known. Died a few months old . 2 George Stanley Nash, born at Rockford, Ill. Is a prominent citizen of Orlando, Fla., having served as City Commissioner for six years; President of the Orlando Rotary Club; Publicity Director for the Orlando Chamber of Commerce, and is a past Commander of the American

Legion post there. He is a Knight Templar Mason. He was married but his wife died May 19, 1931. There are no children. 3 Fae E. Nash, married A. Carl Ackerman, an executive of Montgomery Ward & Co. and they live (1935) at Oakland, Calif. There is one child, a son: 1 Frederick L. Ackerman, a graduate of the Oregon Agricultural College and an expert electrical engineer. 3 Jay Bird Nash, born Feb. 28, 1878, at Rockford and for a great many years has been employed in an executive capacity by Marshall Field & Co. in Chicago. He married Leona A. Agnew of Rockford on Nov. --, 18--. They live (1935) at 832 Sunnyside Ave., Chicago, Ill. There was one child a son: 1 Jay Bernard Nash, born Sept. 9, 1903 10 Nancy M. Nash, born May 6, 1833 at Parkman, Maine; married Walter Johnson, and there was at least one child, a son: 1 Walter H. Johnson; lives (1909) at Lewiston, Maine. 11 BOADICEA T. NASH, (#11, LINE #5) born Aug. 31, 1834

Line #23

THE BANKS LINE

A branch of the Nash Line (11)

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Rachel Cutter Banks, b. 1797, m. , d. 1877, m. John Bird Nash, (22), b. 1794, d. 1883, son of Jonathan Nash and Anna (or Anne) Bird. Joseph Banks

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Line #23

THE JUDITH BARKER LINE

A branch of the Merrick Line (1)

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Judith Barker, b. 17--, m. 1770, d. 1818, m. Jacob Merrick (32), b. 1746, d. 1828, son of Timothy Merrick and Mary Bodwell.

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Line #41

THE JEMIMA DUDLEY LINE A branch of the Hathaway Line (5)

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Jemima Dudley, b. about 1789, m. 1808, d. soon after 1817, or 1840 (?) m. Warren Hathaway, (40), b. 1786, d. 1817. son of Simeon Hathaway and Bettee Willington. Jonathan Dudley, Jr., b. 1738, M. (1) , m. (2), 1786, d. 1805, m. (1) Mary Garfield, b. , d. m (2), Jemima Stearns, (83), b. 1760, d. 1840, daughter of Samuel Stearns and Jemima Hoyt. Jonathan Dudley, Sr., b. 1709, m. 1736, d. 1783 m. Hannah Putnam, (165), b. 1718, d. 1801, daughter of Elisha Putnam and Susannah Fuller. Lieutenant Samuel Dudley, Sr., b. 1666, m. (1), Mrs. Abigail (Rogers) King, 1704 or 1705, daughter of Samuel Rogers and Sarah Wads, m (2) , m. (3) , m. (4) , d. 1775 at age 109. Francis Dudley, Sr. b. 1640, to Amer. 1663, m. 1665, d. 1703, m. Sarah Wheeler, (657), b. 1640, d. 1713 daughter of George Wheeler and Katherine --- , (supposedly) John Dudley ( of Charlestown) not proved.

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Numbers 42 and 43 Line #21

1. 1.

ELISHA THOMPSON, JR., MATILDA RICHARDSON

Elisha Thompson, Jr., (#42, line #21), son of Captain Elisha Thompson, Sr., (#84, line #21) and Abigail Dresser, (#85, line #21), was born Sept. 13, 1783, at Charlton, Mass. He married, Dec. 25, 1806, Matilda Richardson, (#43, line #21), daughter of Nathan Richardson, (#86, line #43) and Mary Belknap, (#87, line #43). Matilda Richardson was born Nov. 30, 1787 at Brookfield, Mass., lived at Charlton and died at Grafton, Mass. There was at least one child, a daughter: 1 CAROLINE MARIA THOMPSON, (#21, line #5).

Line #43

THE MATILDA RICHARDSON LINE A branch of the Thompson Line (21)

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Matilda Richardson, b. 1787, m. 1806, d. , m. Elisha Thompson, Jr. (42), b. 1783, d. , son of Captain Elisha Thompson, Sr. and Abigail Dresser. Captain Nathan Richardson, b. 1736, m. (1), , m. (2), d. 1816, m. (1), --- ---, b. , d. , m. (2), Mary Belknap, (87), b. 1778, d. 1841, daughter of Abel Belknap and Mary Richardson. Samuel Richardson, IV, b. 1704, m. m. Mary --- , (173), b. 1720, d. , d. after 1769, .

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Samuel Richardson, III, b. 1670, m. (1), 1703 or 1704, m. (2), d. 754 m (1) Susannah Richardson, (345) his second cousin, b. 1684, d. 1726, daughter of John Richardson and Susannah Davis, m (2), Esther --- , b. , d. 1754 Samuel Richardson, II, b. 1646, m. (1), , m. (2), 1674 m (3), 1676, m. (4) 1680, d. 1712, 1676, m. (4), 1680, d. 1712 m (1), Martha --- , (1689), b. , d. , m. (2), Hannah Kingsley, b. , d. , daughter of --- Kingsley and --- --m. (3), Phebe Baldwin, b. 1654, d. 1679, daughter of Deacon Henry Baldwin and Phebe Richardson, m. (4), Sarah Hayward, b. 1655, d. 1717, daughter of Nathaniel Hayward and --- --- . Samuel Richardson, I. b. m. Joanna ---, (1377), b. , to America 1630, d. 1642, , d.

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There was a double descent in the Richardson line. Samuel Richardson, I, #1376 on this page married Joanna --- on this page.

Thomas Richaardson, Jr. #2650, line #1325, married Mary ---, #2651, line #1325. Samuel Richardson, I, was a brother of Thomas Richardson, Jr. (2752) Thomas Richardson, Sr., b. , d. , m. Katherine Durford, (2753), b. , d. . Thomas Richardson is also #5300, line #1325. Katherine Durford is also #5301, line #1325.

Line #45

THE BIRD LINE A branch of the Nash Line (11)

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Anna (or Anne) Bird, b. 1758, m. , d. , m. Jonathan Nash, (44), b. 1756, d. 1850, son of Lemuel Nash and --- --- . Adron (Aaron?) Bird, b. ,d , m. Anna ---, (91), b. , d.

. Line #65 THE BODWELL LINE A branch of the Merrick Line (1)

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Mary Bodwell, b. , d. 1805, m. Timothy Merrick, Jr., (64), b. 1704, d. 1784, son of Timothy Mirick, Sr. and Mary Lancaster. Eliphalet Bodwell.

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Numbers 80 and 81 Line #5 1. 1. SIMON HATHAWAY, SR. BETTEE WILLINGTON

Simeon Hathaway, Sr., (#80, line #5), son of Major Joshua Hathaway, (#160, line #5) and Mrs. Mary (Reed) Evans, (#161, line #5), was a private in the American Revolution in 1775 and was given an order for a Bounty Coat, or its equivalent in money, for his services. He married, (1), Mar. 4, 1777, (Waltham Vital Records), or Sept. 4, 1777, (Middlesex County Sessions), at Watertown, Mass. To Bettee (Betty or Betsey) Willington (#81, line 5), a daughter of John Willington, (#162, line #81) and Bettee (or Betsey or Betty) Warren, ( #163, line #81) the latter a descendent of Richard Warren, Mayflower Pilgrim. Bettee Willington, (wife of Simeon Hathaway, Sr.) was born Mar. 15, 1756 or 1757 at Sutton, Mass. And died May 20, 1792. Sutton Vital Records quotes her gravestone in the Ormsby (family) burial ground, “died Mar. 20, 1792, age 36” which would make her born in 1756, which is most likely correct. She died three days after the birth of her tenth child, Prudence, who was born Mar. 17, 1792. Simeon Hathaway, Sr. married (2) Lucy Burdon on June 17, 1793, (Sutton Vital Records) and the same records show the birth of their first child, Lucy Hathaway, on Jan 5, 1793, which must be incorrect. History of Sutton says that Simeon Hathaway's roof and chimney were blown from his house in the great September gale of 1815. Lucy Burdon was born in 1768 and bore him 11 children. Family correspondence tells that both sets of children, 21 in all, lived together in perfect harmony under one roof and that Lucy (Burdon) Hathaway was a wonderful mother to them all. Children: Bettee (Willington) Hathaway, first wife, was the mother of: 1 Simeon Hathaway, Jr. born Dec. 12, 1778 at Sutton Mass. 2 3 4 5 Salmon Hathaway, born Dec. 7, 1784; married Betsey Wordsworth. 6 WARREN HATHAWAY, SR., (#40, line #5). 7 8 9 10 Prudence Hathaway, born Mar. 17, 1792 at Sutton, Mass. Lucy (Burdon) Hathaway, second wife, was mother of:

1 Lucy Hathaway, (1793-1884); married John Parsons (1790-1861) and they had a daughter: 1 Sarah Jane Parsons, born 1838k married Charles Johnson, (1836-1904) and they had a daughter: 1 Lenore Johnson, born at Sutton, Mass; married Elmer Ellsworth Gilbert. She is a member of the D.A.R. 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

Line #81 THE WILLINGTON LINE A branch of the Hathaway Line (5)

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Bettee (or Betty or Betsey) Willington, b. 1757, m. 1777, d. , m. Simeon Hathaway, (80) and was his first wife. He was born. , d. , son of Major Joshua Hathaway and Mrs. Mary (Reed) Evans. John Willington, b. 1738, m. 1756, d. , m. Bettee (or Betty or Betsey) Warren, (163), b. 1739, d. , daughter of Phineas Warren and Grace Hastings. Josiah Willington, b. b. , d. . , d. , m. Mary ---, (325)

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John Willington, b. 1678, m. 1699, d. 1717 m. Hannah Morse, 649, b. 1682, d. , daughter of Jonathan Morse and Abigail Shatuck. Benjamin Willington, b. , m. 1671, d. 1710, m. Elizabeth Sweetman (Swetman or Sweetman), (1297), b. , d. , daughter of Thomas Sweetman and Isabel ---. Roger Willington, b. 1609 or 1610, to America 16--, m. about 1637, d. 1698, m. Mary Palgrave (or Palsgrave), (2593), b. , d. , daughter of Richard Palgrave and Ann Harris.

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Line #83

THE JEMIMA STEARNS LINE A branch of the Dudley Line (41)

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Jemima Stearns, b. 1760, m. 1786, d. 1840, m. Jonathan Dudley, Jr., (82), and was his second wife, he was born 1709, d. , son of Jonathan Dudley, Sr. and Hannah Putnam. Samuel Stearns, b. 1760, m. (1), 1752, m. (2), 1762, d. 1776, m.(1) Jemima Hoyt, (167), b. 1729, d. about 1760 daughter of Benjamin Hoyt and Katherine Baker. m. (2), Sarah Ann Grover, b. , d. 1777. Captain John Stearns, Jr., b. 1692, m. 1715, d. after 1762, m. Deliverance Bigelow, (333), b. 1695, d. after 1762, daughter of Samuel Bigelow and Mary Flagg. John Stearns, Sr., b. 1657, m. (1), 1681, m. (2) 1713, d. , m(1), Judith Lawrence, (665), b. 1660, d. , daughter of George Lawrence and Elizabeth Crispe, m. (2), Mary Norcross, b. 1663, d. , daughter of Richard Norcross and Mary Brooks. Charles Stearns, b. , m. (1), , m. (2), , d. m. (1), Hannah ---, b. , d. 1654, m. (2), Rebecca Gibson, (1329), b. , d. , daughter of John Gibson and Rebecca --- . ,

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Numbers 84 and 85 Line #21

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CAPTAIN ELISHA THOMSPON, SR., ABIGAIL DRESSER

Captain Elisha Thompson, Sr., (#84, line #21), son of John Thompson, (#168, line #21) and Ruth --- , (#169, line #21), was born Apr. 16, 1748. He married, Jan 25, 1770, Abigale Dresser (#85, line #21), daughter of Lieutenant John Dresser, (#170, line #85) and Sarah Scott, (#171, line #85). Abigail Dresser was born July 3, 1748 at Charlton, Mass. Captain Elisha Thompson, Sr. earned his military rank in the Revolutionary War. He died Jan 7, 1810, aged 61 and was buried in Charlton, Mass. There was at least one child, a son: 1 ELISHA THOMPSON, JR., (#42, line #21)

Line #85

THE DRESSER LINE A branch of the Caroline Maria Thompson line (21)

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Abigail Dresser, b. 1748, m. 1770, d. , m. Captain Elisah Thompson, Sr., (84), b. 1748, d. 1810, son of John Thompson and Ruth --- . Lieutenant John Dresser, b. 1716, m. 1740, d. 1789, m. Sarah Scott, (171), b. 1722, d. before 1785 daughter of Joseph Scott and Hannah Prior. Richard Dresser, b. 1679, m. 1709, d. 1728, m. Mercy Peabody, (341), b. about 1687 or 1688, d. daughter of Jacob Peabody and Abigail Towne. Lieutenant John Dresser, Jr., b. 1639, m. 1662, d. 1723, m. Martha Thurley (or Thurlow), (681), b. , d. 1700, daughter of Richard Thurley and Jane --- . John Dresser, Sr., b. 1605, to America 16--, m. m. Mary --- , (1361), b. , d. . , d. 1672,

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Numbers 86 and 87 Line #43

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CAPTAIN NATHAN RICHARDSON MARY (MOLLIE) BELKNAP

Captain Nathan Richardson, (#86, line #43), son of Samuel Richardson IV (#172, line #43) and Mary ---, (#173, line #43) was born in 1736 at Brookfield, Mass. And was a prosperous farmer. “Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolution”, vol. XIII, p. 257 says: “Nathan Richardson was a Corporal in Captain Ithamar Wright's Company of Minute Men who marched from Brookfield at the Lexington Alarm” and he was later appointed a Captain. He married, (1), Tamasin Upham at Sturbridge (?), and he married (2), Mary (Mollie) Belknap, (#87, line #43) daughter of Abel Belknap (#174, line #87) and Mary Richardson, (#175, line #87). Mary (Mollie) Belknap was born May 16, 1772, according to one record although it is supposed that her mother, Mary Richardson, died on Apr. 20, 1772. Possibly these dates are reversed. There is doubt as to the correct date of Mary Belknap's death, one record says she died Jan. 14, 1841 while another says she died Mar. 6, 1808. Her husband, Nathan Richardson, died in 1816. There was at least one child, a daughter: 1 MATILDA RICHARDSON, (#43, Line #21).

Line #87

THE BELKNAP LINE A branch of the Matilda Richardson Line (43)

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Mary (Mollie) Belknap, b. 1772, m. , d. 1808 or 1841, m. Captain Nathan Richaardson, (86), and was his second wife. He was born 1736, d. 1816, son of Samuel Richardson IV and Mary --- .

(174) Abel Belknap, b. 1739, m. (1), 1765, m. (2) , d. 1804, m. (1) Mary Richardson, (175), 1738/9, d. 1772, daughter of Stephen Richardson and Mary Sawyer, m. (2), Hannah Williams, daughter of Col. John Williams (348) Captain Samuel Belknap, b. 1707, m. 1729, d. 1771, m. Mary Josepha Lydia Stearns, (349), b. 1707, d. 1754, daughter of Isaac Stearns and Mary Merriam. Thomas Belknap, b. 1670, m. 1693/4, d. 1755, m. Jane Cheney, (697), b. 1667, d. , daughter of Thomas Cheney and Jane Atkinson. Joseph Belknap, b. 1630 or 1634, to America 1637, m. , d. 1712, m. (3) Hannah Meakins, (1393), b. 1647, d. 1688, daughter of Thomas Meakins and Sarah --- . Abraham Belknap, b. 1589 or 1590, m. , to America 1637, d. 1643, m. --- ---, (2785), b. , d. . Bennet Beltaft (alias Belknap) Richard Beltaft

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Numbers 128 and 129 Line #1

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TIMOTHY MIRICK, SR. MARY LANCASTER

Timothy Mirick, Sr., (#128, line #1) son of James Mirick, (#256, line #1) and Margaret ---, (#257, line #1), was born Sept. 28, 1666 at Newbury, Mass. Married, May 9, 1696, Mary Lancaster,(#129, line #1), daughter of Joseph Lancaster (#358, line #129) Amesbury, Mass. Timothy Mirick, Sr. died Mar. 15, 1719 at Newbury, aged 52. There were seven children, listed in the order of their birth: 1 Ezra Mirick, born Mar. 31, 1697 at Charlestown, Mass. 2 Abigail Mirick, born Nov. 28, 1698, at Charlestown; married, July 10, 1718, Stephen Ordway of Newbury. 3 Mary Mirick, born July 10, 1701 at Newbury; married, July 14, 1726, Samuel Huse of Newbury. 4 Anne Mirick, born June 24, 1703 at Newbury. 5 TIMOTHY MIRICK, JR., (or MERRICK), born Feb. 22, 1704. 6 Jacob Mirick, born May 30, 1707 at Newbury. 7 Joseph Mirick, born before 1719.

Line #129

THE LANCASTER LINE A branch of the Merrick Line (1)

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Mary Lancaster, b. 16--, m. 1696, d. , m. Timothy Mirick, Sr., (128), b. 1666, d, 1719, son of James Mirick and Margaret --- . Joseph Lancaster

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Line #161

THE REED LINE A branch of the Hathaway Line (5)

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Mary Reed, b. about 1727, m. (1) 1737 (?), m. (2), m. (1) Bailey Evans, b. , d. , m. (2), Major Joshua Hathaway, (160), b. 1728, d. 1807, son of Isaac Hathaway and Rebecca Warren. Thomas Reed, b. 1678, m. , d. 1741, m. Sarah Tisdale, (323), b. , d. daughter of Joseph Tisdale and Mary Leonard. John Reed. William Reed.

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Numbers 162 and 163 Line #81

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JOHN WILLINGTON

BETTEE (or BETTY or BETSY) WARREN

John Willingnton, (#162, line #81) son of Josiah Willington (#324, line #81) and Mary --- , (#325, #81), was born Oct. 3, 1736 (or 1738) at Weston, Mass. He married, Dec. 7, 1756, Bettee (or Betty or Betsey) Warren, (#163, line #81), daughter of Phineas Warren, (#326, line #163) and Grace Hastings, (#327, line #163). They were married Dec. 7, 1756, at Waltham, Mass. Bettee Warren was born Nov. 9, 1739 at Waltham, Mass. There were several children, of whom I have a record of four: 1 BETTEE (or BETTY or BETSEY) Willington, (#81, line #5). 2 Marshall Willington, baptized 1765. It is very likely that there were other children born between Bettee and Marshall as their dates of birth show a lapse of time of eight years, which is very unusual for these times. 3 Lucy Willington, baptized 1767; married in Watertown, Mass. 4 Clarissa Willington, baptized 1771; married in Watertown, Mass.

Line #163 THE BETTEE WARREN LINE A branch of the Willington Line (81)

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Bettee (or Betty or Betsey) Warren, b. 1739, m. 1756, d , m. John Willington, (162), b. 1736 or 1738, d. , son of Josiah Willington and Mary --- . Phineas Warren, b. 1718, m. 1739, d. 1797, m. Grace Hastings, (327), b. 1720, d. 1805, daughter of Joseph Hastings, Jr. and Lydia Browne. There is a double descent here in the Warren line. Phineas Warren, #326 on this page married Grace Hastings, #327 on this page. Rebecca Warren, #321, line #5, married Isaac Hathaway, #320, line #5 Phineas Warren was a brother of Rebecca Warren.

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Joshua Warren, Sr., b. 1668, m. 1695 or 1696, d. 1760, m. Rebecca Church, (653), b. 1678, d. 1757, daughter of Caleb Church and Joanna Sprague. ,

(1304) Captain Daniel Warren, Sr., b. 1628, to America 1630, m. 1650, d. , m. Mary Barron, (1305), b. , d. daughter of Ellis Barron and Grace --- .

There is a double descent here in the Warren line. Captain Daniel Warren, Sr., #1304 on this page married Mary Barron, #1305 on this page. Mary Warren, #1333, line #333, married John Biglo, Sr., #1332, line #333. Captain Daniel Warren, Sr. was a brother of Mary Warren. (2608) John Warren, Jr., b. 1585, to America 1630, m. m. Margaret --- , (2609), b. , d. . , d. ,

For the English ancestry of John Warren, Jr., see the next page.

The following chart showing the English ancestry of John Warren, Jr. back to Wiliam the Conqueror is taken from “Your Family Tree”, by David Starr Jordan who admits that there are possibly errors in it. A prominent British scientist not long ago (written 1936) made the statement that there is NO authentic British pedigree running back to the time of William the Conqueror. John Warren, Sr. married, (1) Elizabeth Scarlett. Christopher Warren married Alice Webb. William Warren of Devon married Alice Mable (or Marble). Christopher Warren, of Devon, England. John Warren, of Devon, England. John Warren, of Nottingham, England. William Warren married Ann --- . Sir Lawrence de Warren married Isabel Leigh. John de Warren, (1414-1475), Baron of Stockport, married Isabel Stanley. Sir Lawence de Warren married Margery Bulkeley. Sir Nicholas de Warren. Sir John de Warren married Margaret Stafford. Sir Edward de Warren married Cicely de Eaton. Sir Edward de Warren married Maud de Skegeton. Sir John de Warren married Joan de Port Sir John de Warren married Alice de Townhend. William de Warren married Isabel de Haydon. Reginald de Warren, brother of William de Warren, 3rd Earl of Surrey; Ada, wife of Prince Henry of Scotland, and Gundred, wife of Roger de Newburgh, 2nd Earl of Warwick; married Ada (or Adelia) de Mowbray.

William de Warren, (born before 1071), died May 11, 1138, Earl of Warren, Second Earl of Surrey, married Isabel, Countess di' Vermandois and he was her second husband. She was a daughter of Hugh the Great. Her first husband was Robert de Bellemont, Earl of Leicester. She died 1131. William de Warren's daughter, Isabel, married Roger Bigod. William de Warren (or de Warrenne), Earl of Warren, created First Earl of Surrey, a cousin and a companion of William the Conqueror, married Princess Gundred (or Gundreda), before 1070 and she died May 27, 1085. She was a daughter of William the Conqueror (William I), King of England, etc. and his wife, Matilda (Queen of England), a daughter of Baldwin, V, Count of Flanders. William de Warren died June 24, 1089.

Numbers 164 and 165 Line #41

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JONATHAN DUDLEY, SR., HANNAH PUTNAM.

Jonathan Dudley, Sr., (#164, line #41), son of Lieutenant Samuel Dudley, (#328, line 41) and Mrs. Abigail (Rogers) King, (#329, line 41) was born, one of triplets, Nov. 1, 1709, at Sutton, Mass. He married, Aug. 18, 1736, Hannah Putnam, (#165, line #41), daughter of Elisha Putnam, (#330, line #165) and Susannah Fuller, (#331, line #165) Hannah Putnam, a sister of General Rufus Putnam (of the American Revolutionary War), was born in 1718 and died May 21,1801. Jonathan Dudley, Sr. died Nov. 23, 1783. There were at least two children, sons, not listed in the order of their birth: 1 JONATHAN DUDLEY, JR., (#82, Line #41). 2 David Dudley, married, Dec. 16, 1773, Lois Whitney.

Line #165 THE PUTNAM LINE A branch of the Dudley Line (41)

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Hannah Putnam, b. 1718, m. 1736, d. 1801, m. Jonathan Dudley, Sr., (164), b. 1709, d. 1783 son of Lt. Samuel Dudley and Mrs. Abigail (Rogers) King. Elisha Putnam, b. 1885, m. (1), , m (2), 1714 or 1715 d. 1745 m. (1), Hannah Marble (?), b. , d. , m. (2), Susannah Fuller, (331), b. , d. , daughter of Jonathan Fuller and Susannah Trask. Deacon Edward Putnam, Sr., b. 1654, m. 1691, d. 1747, m. Mary Hale, (661), b. , d. , daughter of Thomas Hale, Jr. and Mary(Bosworth) Hutchinson. There is a double descent in the Putnam line. Deacon Edward Putnam, #660 on this page, married Mary Hale, #661 on this page. Ann Putnam, #1337, line #663, married William Trask, #1326, line #663 Deacon Edward Putnam was a brother of Ann Putnam.

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Lieutenant Thomas Putnam, bap. 1614, m. (1), 1630 (?), m. (2), 1666, d. 1686, m. (1), Ann Holyoke, (1321), b. , d. 1665, daughter of Edward Holyoke and Prudence Stockton, m. (2), Mrs. Mary (Ingersoll ?) Veren. John Putnam, Sr., b. 1583, m. 1611, to America 1641, d. 1662, m. Priscilla Deacon, (2641), b. d. .

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For John Putnam, Sr.'s English ancestry, please see next page.

The following English ancestry of JOHN PUTNAM, SR. is taken from “Your Family Tree” by David Starr Jordan. Nicholas Puttenham of Stewkley, England, 1598, married Margaret Goodspeed. John Puttenham of Rowsham, 1573 Richard Puttenham of Waughton, Bucks, married Joan ---. Henry Puttenham of Eddlesborough, 1526 Nicholas Puttenham of Penn, Bucks, 1492 Lady Anne de Hampden married William de Puttenham of Penn, Bucks. Sir John de Hampden, Sheriff, married Joan, daughter of Robert Belknap. Sir John de Hampden, Sheriff, married Joan, daughter of Sir Philip de Alesbury. Sir Reginald de Hampden married Nichola, daughter of John de Grenville. Sir Alex de Hampden, Sheriff, married Marian, daughter of Sir Bryan Herdby. Sir Reginald de Hampden married Agnes, daughter of Sir Ingram Burton. Daughter, name unknown, married Bartholomew de Hampton in Buckinghamshire. William de Fiennes, Lord of Martock. Lady Sybilla de Boulogne de Tingry married Enguerrand de Fiennes. Pharmond de Boulogne de Tingry married Matilda. It is recorded that Pharamond never married, but that his blood is there just the same. William de Boulogne. Geoffrey de Boulogne, married --- --- , of Geoffrey de Mandeville. Eustace III, Crusader, married --- --- . Baldwin, Crusader, King of Jerusalem. Baldwin, Crusader, King of Jerusalem. Godfrey, Crusader, King of Jerusalem. Eustace II, Count of Bologne, etc., married Ida de Bouillon, daughter of Godfrey IV, Duke of Lorraine. Lady Mahant de Louvaine, married Eustace I, Count of Bologne. Gerberga, Countess of Lorraine, married Lambert I, Count of Mons. Charles, Duke of Nether Lorraine, married Bonne, Countess d'Arderns, daughter of the Rioninus, Duke of the Moselle. Louis IV, King of France, married Princess Gerberga, daughter of Henry I, the Elder, Emperor of Germany, son of Otto, Duke of Saxony (married Hedwige), daughter of Arnoul, King of Germany, son of Caroman, King of Bavaria, son of Louis I, King of Bavaria. Son of Louis I, King of France, (see below). Son of Ludolph, Duke of Saxony, and his wife, Hedwige,

daughter of Everard, Duke of Frioul and his wife Gisela, daughter of Louis I, King of France. (see below) Charles III, King of France, married Egira, daughter of Edward I, the Elder, King of England 901-925, son of Alfred the Great, King of England, 872-901. Louis II, King of France. Charles II, King of France. Louis I, King of France, married Judith, the Fair, of Bavaria. Charlemange, Emporer of the West, died 814, married Hildegarde of Swebia.

Numbers 166 and 167 Line #83 (166) (167) SAMUEL STEARNS, SR., JEMIMA HOYT

Samuel Stearns, Sr., (#166, line #83), son of Captain John Stearns, Jr., (#332, line #83) and Deliverance Bigelow, (#333, line #83) of Lexington, Mass. was born in 1720. He married, (1) Aug. 19, 1752, Jemima Hoyt, (#167, line #83), daughter of Benjamin Hoyt, (#334, line #167) and Katherine Baker, (#335, line #167). Jemima Hoyt was born Dec. 25, 1729, lived in Monadnook, bore her husband four children and died about 1760. Samuel Stearns, Sr. married, (2), (published Nov. 27) 1762, Sarah Ann Grover of Grafton, Mass. by whom he had six children. He was a soldier in the American Revolution, serving in 1775 in Captain Samuel Warren's Company. He died in camp, of pleurisy, Mar. 17, 1776, and his estate was administrated by his widow, Sarah, who died Apr. 9, 1777. Most of the above was obtained from the Stearns Genealogy, vol. II, page 75. The same book, page 76, lists the children as follows: By his first wife, Jemima Hoyt: 1 Samuel Stearns, Jr. born 1754 2 Daniel Stearns, born 1756 3 Asa Stearns, born July 30, 1758. 4 JEMIMA STEARNS, (#93, line #41) By his second wife, Sarah Ann Grover: 1 Solomon Stearns, born 1763. 2 Shadrach Stearns, born 1766 and lived at Poultney, Vt. 3 Benjamin Stearns, born 1769 and lived in Vermont, ten miles from his brother, Solomon. 4 Moses Stearns, born 1771. 5 Betsey Stearns, born 1773. 6 Phoebe Stearns, born (probably) 1775.

Numbers 168 and 169 Line #21

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JOHN THOMPSON RUTH ---

John Thompson, (#168, line #21) of Charlton, Mass. married Ruth --- , (#169, line #21) and there was at least one child, a son: 1 Captain Elisha Thompson, Sr., (#84, line #21).

Line #167

THE HOYT LINE A branch of the Jemima Stearns Line (83)

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Jemima Hoyt, b. 1729, m. 1752, d. about 1760, m. Samuel Stearns, Sr., (166), b. 1720, d. 1776, son of Captain John Stearns, Jr., and Deliverance Bigelow. Benjamin Hoyt, bap. 1716, m. (1), 1726, m (2), 1738, m. (3), about 1752, d. , m. (1), Katherine Baker, (335), b. , d. 1735, daughter of --- Baker and --- --- . m. (2), Mrs. Joanna (---) Battin, widow of John Battin, m. (3) Susanna --- . Ephriam Hoyt, b. 1671, m. 1695, d. , m. Hannah Godfrey, (669), b. , d. daughter of --- Godfrey and --- --- .

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Numbers 170 and 171 Line #85

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LIEUTENANT JOHN DRESSER

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SARAH SCOTT

Lieutenant John Dresser, (#170, line #85) son of Richard Dresser, (#340, line #85) and Mercy Peabody, (#341, line #85) was born Dec. 5, 1716 at Woodstock, Conn. He received his military rank in the Colonial Wars. He married, Feb. 2, 1740, at Dudley, Mass., Sarah Scot, (#171, line #85) daughter of Joseph Scott (#342, line #171) and Hannah Prior, (#343, line #171). Sarah Scott was born Dec. 23, 1722 at Brookline, Mass.; lived at W. Roxbury and died before 1785. Lieutenant John Dresser died Dec. 7, 1789. There was at least one child, a daughter: 1 ABIGAIL DRESSER, (#85, line #21)

Line #171

THE SCOTT LINE A branch of the Dresser Line (85) (171) Sarah Scott, b. 1722, m. 1740, d. before 1785, m. Lieutenant John Dresser, (170), b. 1716, d. 1789, son of Richard Dresser and Mercy Peabody. Joseph Scott, b. 1682, m. 1708, d. after 1753, m. Hannah Prior, (343), b. 1687, d. , daughter of James Prior and Susanna ---. John Scott, b. about 1648, m. 1672, d. between 1715 and 1720, m. Hannah Duncan, (685), b. , d. , daughter of Samuel Duncan and Mary --- . Benjamin Scott, b. , m. m. Margaret ---, (1369), b. , d. 1671, , d. 1692.

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Numbers 172 and 173 Line #43

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SAMUEL RICHARDSON IV

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MARY ---

Samuel Richardson IV, (#172, line #43), son of Samuel Richardson III, (#344, line #43) and Susannah Richardson, (#345, line #43), was born Sept. 15,1704 at Woburn, Mass. He lived at Exeter, N.H. In 1720 and later at Brookfield, Mass. He married Mary --- , (#173, line #43) who was born at Exeter, N.H. In 1720. He died after 1769. There was at least one child, a son: 1 CAPTAIN NATHAN RICHARDSON, (#86, line #43)

Numbers 174 and 175 Line #87

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ABEL BELKNAP MARY RICHARDSON

Abel Belknap, (#174, line #87) of Woburn, Mass., son of Captain Samuel Belknap, (#348, line #87) and Mary Josepha Lydia Stearns, (#349, line #87), was born Jan. 13, 1739 and married, (1), Oct. 6, 1765, Mary Richardson, (#175, line #87), a daughter of Stephen Richardson, (#350, Line #175) and Mary Sawyer, (#351, line #175). Mary Richardson was born Apr. 20, 1738/9 and is supposed to have died Apr. 28, 1772, although her daughter, Mary Belknap, (#87, line #43) is recorded as born May 16, 1772. Possibly these last two dates should be reversed. Abel Belknap lived at Woburn, Mass. And at Newburgh, N.Y. He married, (2) Hannah Williams, a daughter of Colonel John Williams. Abel Belknap died Nov. 15, 1804. There was at least one child by his first wife, a daughter: 1 MARY BELKNAP, (#87, line #43)

Line #175

THE MARY RICHARDSON LINE A branch of the Belknap Line (87)

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Mary Richardson, b. 1738 or 1739, m. 1765, d. 1772 (?) m. Abel Belknap, (174), b. 1739, d. , son of Captain Samuel Belknap and Jane Cheney. Stephen Richardson, b. , m. , d. , m. Mary Sawyer, (351), b. d. , daughter of (probably) William Sawyer, Sr. and Ruth --- .

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Numbers 256 and 257 Line #1

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JAMES MIRICK, SR. MARGARET --- .

James Mirick, Sr., (#256, line #1) son of John Mirick, (#512, line #1) of St. Davids, Pembrokeshire, Wales, was born in Wales in 1612 and came to America in the ship “James” in the spring of 1636 with his three brothers, William, born 1603; John, born 1614; Thomas, born 1620; and (probably) his sister, Sarah Mirick, (#2791, line #1395). James Mirick, Sr. was in Charlestown in 1636; he married, 1652 or 1653, Margaret --- , (#257, line 1). He was a fisherman and cooper by trade and owned his own place of business on the waterfront of Charlestown. If the supposition that he was born in St. Davids, Pembrokeshire, Wales, is correct, his choice of occupation is easily accounted for, as St. Davids depended entirely upon its fishing for the support of its population. In 1657 he removed to Newbury and became a farmer. The records of Charlestown show that “James Mirick (Sr.), aged 52 years in 1664, deeded to his son, James (Jr.) in Newbury, lands situated in Newbury.” The date of his death is not found in the records, but he died before his wife, who died Apr. 2, 1708 at Newbury. There were eight children, listed in the order of their birth: 1 James Mirick, Jr., born about 1654 at Charlestown, Mass. 2 John Mirick, born in 1662 (date is incorrect – taken from the Merrick (printed Genealogy), at Charlestown; died Feb. 15, 1657 of smallpox, at Charlestown. 3 Hannah Mirick, born Feb. 6, 1657 at Newbury, Mass.; married Benjamin Knowlton of Springfield, in 1676. 4 Abigail Mirick, born Sept. 5, 1658 at Newbury. 5 Joseph Mirick, born Apr. 27, 1661 at Newbury. 6 Isaac Mirick, born Jan. 6, 1665, at Newbury. 7 TIMOTHY MIRICK, SR., (#128, line #1). 8 Susannah Mirick, born Aug. 20, 1670, at Newbury.

Numbers 320 and 321 Line #5

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ISAAC HATHAWAY REBECCA WARREN

Isaac Hathaway, (#320, line #5), son of Ensign Jacob Hathaway, Sr., (#640, line #5) and Philippi Chase, (#641, line #5), was born July 16, 1704. He married Rebecca Warren, (#321 line #5), a daughter of Joshua Warren, (#643, line #321) and Rebecca Church, (#643, line #321). Rebecca Church was of Mayflower descent from Richard Warren. Isaac Hathaway died June 7 or 17, 1744 or 1749 (various records disagree). The following inscription appears on the considerably ornamented slate stone above his grave: “In memory of Isaac Hathaway, died June Ey 7th, 1749 in the 45th year of his age.” Also: “There are more persons in Freetown bearing the name of the Hathaways than any other and have been for years past, and next to the Hathaways comes the Chases.” It is the oldest inscription to be found in the old burying ground near the First Christian Chapel in Freetown, Mass. There was a division of the estate of Isaac Hathaway in May 1750; his widow, Rebecca (Warren) Hathaway was guardian over Daniel, Susanna and Prudence. There were seven children, listed in the order of their birth: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 MAJOR JOSHUA HATHAWAY, SR., (#160, line #5). Isaac Hathaway, Jr. Daniel Hathaway. Phineas Hathaway. Susanna Hathaway. Prudence Hathaway. Jane Hathaway.

Line #321

THE REBECCA WARREN LINE A branch of the Hathaway Line (5)

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Rebecca Warren, b. , m. , d. after 1715, m. Isaac Hathaway, (320), born 1704, d. 1744 or 1749, son of Ensign Jacob Hathaway and Phillipi Chase. Note: There is a double descent in the Warren Line. Rebecca Warren, (#321 on this page), married Isaac Hathaway, (#320 on this page). Phineas Warren, (#326, line #163, married Grace Hastings, (#327, line #163). Rebecca Warren was a sister of Phineas Warren.

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Joshua Warren, b. 1668, m. about 1695 or 1696, d. 1760, m. Rebecca Church, (643), b. 1678, d. 1757, daughter of Caleb Church and Joanna Sprague.

Line #323

THE TISDALE LINE A branch of the Reed Line (161).

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Sarah Tisdale, b. , m. , d. , m. Thomas Reed, (322), b. 1678, d. 1741, son of John Reed and --- --- . Joseph Tisdale, b. about 1656, m. , d. 1722, m. Mary Leonard, (647), b. 1663, d. 1726, daughter of Judge Thomas Leonard and Mary Watson.

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(1292) John Tisdale, b. , m. , d. , m. Sarah Walker, (1293), b. , d. daughter of --- --- and --- ---.

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Numbers 322 and 323 Line #161

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THOMAS REED MARY TISDALE

Thomas Reed, (#322, line #161) of Dighton, son of John Reed, (#644, line #161) and --- --- , (#645, line #161), was born in 1878 and died in 1741. He married Sarah Tisdale, (#323, line #161) daughter of Joseph Tisdale, (#646, line #323) and Mary Leonard, (#647, line #323). There were at least two children not listed here in the order of their birth: 1 Ruth Reed; married 1742, Joseph Talbot (1721-1767), son of Jared Talbot III and --- --- . There was at least one child, a daughter: 1 Miriam Talbot, (1750-1806), married, 1774, Benjamin Wright, (1749-1824), and there was at least one child, a son: 1 John Wright, (1765-1850), married, 1811, Sarah Simmons, (1790-1869), daughter of Brown Simmons, (1748-1838) who was from a Roger Williams line; and Huldah Keene, (1756-1847). John Wright and Sarah Simmons had at least one child, a son: 1 Joseph Wright, (1824-1891); married Ann Maria Hathaway, (1828-1911), daughter of Enoch Briggs Hathaway who was a son of Stephen (4), Stephen (5) Nicholas (6), Isaac (7), John (8), John (9) and NICHOLAS HATHAWAY, (10) who was our original ancestor, (#5120, line #5) 2 MARY REED, (#161, line #5)

Numbers 324 and 325 Line #81

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JOSIAH WILLINGTON MARY ---

Josiah Willington, (#324, line #81), son of John Willington, (#648, line #81) and Hannah Morse, (#649, line #81), was baptized May 23, 1708. He resided at Weston, Mass. And married Mary --- . There was at least one child, a son: 1 JOHN WILLINGTON, (#162, Line #81)

Numbers 326 and 327 Line #163. (326) (327) PHINEAS WARREN GRACE HASTINGS

Phineas Warren, (#326), line #163), son of Joshua Warren, Sr., (#652, line #163) and Rebecca Church, (#653, line #163), was born June 21, 1718 and lived at Watertown and at Waltham, Mass. He married, May 3, 1739, Grace Hastings, (#327, line #163), a daughter of Joseph Hastings, Jr., (#654, line #327) and Lydia Browne, (#655, line #327). Grace Hastings was born, or baptized, Apr. 2, 1720 and died Sept. 7, 1805, aged 85 (one reference says that she was 87 when she died). Phineas Warren had a fine record in the American Revolutionary War. He died June 30,1797, aged 79. The Abridged Compendium says he died in 1799. There were at least two children, probably more. They are not listed here in the order of their birth: 1 BETTEE (OR Betty or Betsey) WARREN, (#163, LINE #81). 2 Lieutenant William Warren, born 1751; wounded at Battle of Bunker Hill; member of Continental Army; married, 1777, Robey (or Rebecca) Hathaway, a daughter of Major Joshua Hathaway, (#160, line #5), and Mrs. Mary (Reed Evans, (#161, line #5). Robey Hathaway was born in 1757, died 1822. Lieutenant William Warren died in 1831. There was at least one child, a son: 1 Oliver W. L. Warren, (1791-1847) of Danville, N.Y.; married Olive Smith, (1792-1842), and they had among others: 1 William G. W. Warren, (1819-1859); married, (1), 1839, Rachel Roberts, (1824-1853), and they had: 1 Julia Ann Marian Warren, (1843-1907), artist, married, (1), 1862, Henry Westlake Smith, (1865-1901), Sergeant, United States Volunteers, Civil War; and had: 1 Fannie Elizabeth Smith (1865-1901); married George Washington Ives, (b. 1860) and had: 1 Professor Walter Ives, (b. 1860) married Mary A. Parks. 2 Grace Elizabeth Ives, born Aug. 30, 1886 at Rubicon, Wis.; pupil, School of Applied Art, Battle Creek, Mich.; pupil, Firside Industries, Adrian, Mich. Compiling genealogy of Ives, Smith, Warren and Pardee families. Member, Gen. Soc. Of Mayflower Descendants.

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Married, Sept. 7, 1904, William August Albert Maluge (b. Apr. 22, 1877 at Wilton, Wis., son of Carl Maluge and Mary Ann Battalia. They live (1934) at 301 N. Peach St., Marshfield, Wis. William Lovell Ives, b. 1888; m. Alma Beulow. Carrie Nell Ives, b. 1889; m. William Carpenter. George Smith Ives, born 1891. Clifford Elihu Ives, born 1894, m. Leta Fay Albin. Sarah Rosemond Ives, b. 1897, m. Homer G. Spry. Irene Edna Ives, b. 1900, m. Hillyer Estes.

Line #327

THE HASTINGS LINE A branch of the Bettee Warren Line (#163)

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Grace Hastings, b. 1720, m. 1739, d. 1805, m. Phineas Warren, (326), b. 1718, d. 1787, son of Joshua Warren and Rebecca Church. Joseph Hastings, Jr., b. 1684 or 1685, m. 1716, d. after 1748, m. Lydia Browne, (655), b. 1697, d. 1730, daughter of Captain Abraham Browne and Lydia --- .

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(1308) Joseph Hastings, Sr., b. 1657, m. (1) , m. (2) 1684, d. , m. (1) --- --- , m. (2) Martha Shepherd (1309), b. 1662 or 1663, d. , daughter of John Shepherd and Sarah Goble. (2616) Deacon Thomas Hastings, b. 1605, m. (1), , to America 1634, m. (2), 1651, d. 1667 (?) or 1683. m (1) Susana ---, b. 1600, d. 1650. m (2) Margaret Cheney, (2617), b. , d. 1686, She m. (2) after 1667, John Burge who died before 1679/80. She was a daughter of William Cheney, Sr. and Margaret Mason.

Line #329

THE ROGERS LINE A branch of the Dudley Line (41)

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Abigail Rogers, b. , m. (1), , m. (2), 1704 or 1705, d. 1720; m. (1), a Mr. King of whom there is no record, m. (2), Lieutenant Samuel Dudley, (328), b. 1666, d. 1775, son of Francis Dudley and Sarah Wheeler.

(658) Samuel Rogers, b. 1634, to America 16--, m. (1), 1657, m. (2), 16--, d. ; m. (1) Judith Appleton, b. , d. 1659, daughter of Samuel Appleton and Mary Everard, m. (2), Sarah Wade, (659) b. , d. , daughter of Jonathan Wade and --- --- . (1316) Rev. Nathaniel Rogers, b. 1598, m. , to America 1636, d. 1655; m. Margaret Crane, (1317), b. , d. , daughter of Sir Robert Crane and Margaret Sparhawk, his first wife. (2632) Rev. John Rogers.

Numbers 330 and 331 Line #165

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ELISHA PUTNAM SUSANNAH FULLER

Elisha Putnam, (#330, line #165), son of Deacon Edward Putnam, Sr. (#660, line #165) and Mary Hale, (#661, line #165), was born Nov. 3, 1685. He married, (1) Hannah Marble (?); he married, (2) Sept. 15, 1714 or 1715, Susannah Fuller, (#331, line #165, a daughter of Jonathan Fuller, (#662, line #331) and Susannah Trask, (#663, line #331). Susannah Fuller's mother, Susannah Trask, was a daughter of Ann Putnam and Ann Putnam's brother, Edward Putnam, was the father of Elisha Putnam. Susannah Fuller was born Oct. 15, 1695 at Salem and she lived at Topsfield. Elisha Putnam came from Salem and died Jan. 10, 1745. There were more than the two children listed below: 1 Major General Rufus Putnam. 2 HANNAH PUTNAM, (#165, line #41)

Line #331

THE SUSANNAH FULLER LINE A branch of the Putnam Line (165)

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Susannah Fuller, b. , m. 1714 or 1715, d. , m. Elisha Putnam, (330), and was his second wife, he was born 11685 and died 1745, son of Deacon Edward Putnam and Mary Hale. Jonathan Fuller, b. 1673, m. 1694, d. , m. Susannah Trask, (663), b. 1676, d. , daughter of William Trask, Jr. and Ann Putnam.

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(1324) Thomas Fuller, Jr., b. 1644, m. (1), 1669, m. (2), d. 1716, 1717 or 1718. m. (1) Ruth Richardson (1325), b. , d. , daughter of Thomas Richardson, Jr. and Mary --- , m. (2) --- ---, b. , d. . (2648) Lieutenant Thomas Fuller, Sr., b. 1618, to America 1638, m. (1) 1643, m. (2) 1684, m. (3) 16--, d. 1698, m. (1) Elizabeth Tidd, (2649), b. , d. , daughter of John Tidd, Sr. and Margaret ---, m. (2) Mrs. Sarah (Nutt) Wyman, b. , d. 1688, m. (3) Mrs. Harriet (Palmer) Wilson, b. , d. .

Numbers 332 and 333 Line #83

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CAPTAIN JOHN STEARNS, JR. DELIVERANCE BIGELOW

Captain John Stearns, Jr., (#332, line #83), sixth child and son of John Stearns, Sr., (#664, line #83) and Judith Lawrence, (#665, line #83), was born in 1692 at Lexington, Mass. and was baptized May 11, 1710 at Watertown. Another reference says that he was one of several children baptized on that date at Lexington. He married, Aug. 10, 1715, Deliverance Bigelow, (#333, line #83), a daughter of Samuel Biglo, Sr., (#666, line #333) and Mary Flagg, (#667, line #333). Deliverance Bigelow was born Sept. 22, 1695. Captain John Stearns, Jr. was a blacksmith; bought 50 acres of land at Worcester on May 20, 1717, had two children baptized at Watertown and removed to Worcester by 1722. He was a Captain of Rangers, organized to repel Indians in 1648 ? (probably 1748 is meant). The death dates of Captain John Stearns, Jr. and his wife are not know, but they were both living in 1762. There were thirteen children, of whom I have a record of one: 1 SAMUEL STEARNS, SR., (#166, line #83)

Numbers 334 and 335 Line #167

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BENJAMIN HOYT KATHERINE BAKER

Benjamin Hoyt, (#334, line #167), son of Ephriam Hoyt, (#668, line #167) and Hannah Godfrey, (#669, line #167), was baptized with other children of his parent's on Dec. 16, 1716. He lived at Ipswich, Mass. And also at Hampton Falls, N.H. His Marriage Intentions were read at Lynn, Mass. The Church Record 5, Hamlet Parish Church, states that he was married, (1), Nov. 11,1726 , to Katherine Baker, (#335, line #167). She is thought to have been born at Ipswich, although her birth date is not found in the Ipswich Vital Records. She died at Ipswich Feb. 2, 1735. Benjamin Hoyt removed to Shrewsbury, Mass. 1742/5. He married, (2), according to the Ipswich Vital Records, Joanne (---) Battin, widow of John Battin of York. He married, (3) about 1752, Susannah--- . His first wife, Hannah Godfrey, bore him at least one child, a daughter: 1 JEMIMA HOYT, (#167, line #83).

Numbers 340 and 341 Line #85

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RICHARD DRESSER

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MERCY PEABODY

Richard Dresser, (#340, line #85), son of Lieutenant John Dresser, Jr., (#680, line #85) and Martha Thurley, (#681, line #85), was born June 24, 1679. He married, June 29, 1709, at Woodstock, Conn., Mercy Peabody, (#341, line #85), daughter of Jacob Peabody, (#682, line #341) and Abigail Towne, (#683, line #341). Mercy Peabody was born about 1687 or 1688. Richard Dresser died July 14, 1728 at Killingly, Conn. There was at least one child, a son: 1 LIEUTENANT JOHN DRESSER, (#170, line #85)

Numbers 342 and 343 line #171

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JOSEPH SCOTT HANNAH PRIOR

Joseph Scott, (#342, line #171), son of John Scott, (#684, line #171) and Hannah Duncan, (#685, line #171) was born Mar. 27, 1682 at Roxbury, Mass. and married, May 27, 1708, Hannah Prior, (#343, line #171), daughter of James Prior, (#686, line #343) of Boston and Susannah --- , (#687, line #343). Hannah Prior was born Sept. . 1, 1687 at Boston. Her husband Joseph Scott died after 1753 at Sturbridge, Mass. There was at least one child, a daughter: 1 SARAH SCOTT, (#171, line #85).

Numbers 344 and 345 Line #43

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SAMUEL RICHARDSON III SUSANNAH RICHARDSON

Samuel Richardson, III, (#344, line #45), son of Samuel Richardson, II, (#688, line #43) and Martha --- , (689, line #43), was born a twin with Thomas, his brother, Nov. 5, 1670. He married (1), Jan. 8, 1703 or 1704, his second cousin, Susannah Richardson, (#345, line #43), a daughter of John Richardson, (#690, line #345) and Susannah Davis, (#691, line #345). Susannah Richardson was born in 1684 and died on Aug. 6, 1726, according to her gravestone, aged 42. He married, (2) Esther --- , who died in 1764. Samuel Richardson, III held many important offices, including that of Representative to the General Court in 1732 and 1733. He died in 1754. There were several children, all by his first wife, Susannah Richardson, of whom I have a record of one: 1 SAMUEL RICHARDSON, IV, (#172, line #43)

Numbers 348 and 349 Line #87

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CAPTAIN SAMUEL BELKNAP MARY JOSEPHA LYDIA STEARNS

Captain Samuel Belknap, (#348, line #87), son of Thomas Belknap, (#696, line #87) and Jane Chaney, (#697, line #87), was born May 24, 1707. He married, Nov. 13, 1729, Mary Josepha Lydia Stearns, (#349, line #67), a daughter of Isaac Stearns, (#698, line #349) and Mary Merriam, (#699, line #349). Mary Josepha Lydia Stearns was born Dec. 23, 1707, and died May 8, 1754. Captain Samuel Belknap and his wife lived at Woburn, Mass. and at Newburgh, N.Y. He served at Crown Point at 1755 (or 1759) and was made a Captain. He died Oct. 26, 1771. There was at least one child, a son: 1 ABEL BELKNAP, (#174, line #87)

Numbers 350 and 351 Line #175

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STEPHEN RICHARDSON MARY SAWYER

Stephen Richardson, (#350, line #175) married Mary Sawyer, (#351, line #175), probably a daughter of William Sawyer, Sr., (#702, line #351) and Ruth --- , (#703, line #351). There was at least one daughter: 1 MARY RICHARDSON, (#175, line #87)

Numbers 640 and 641 Line #5

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ENSIGN JACOB HATHAWAY, SR. (641) PHILIPPI CHASE

Ensign Jacob Hathaway, Sr., (#640, line #5), son of John Hathaway, Jr., (#1280, line #5) and Hannah Burt, (#1281, line #5), was born in a garrison house at Taunton, Mass., where his parents had fled for safety from Freetown during King Philip's War. He married, Jan. 28, 1696, Philippi Chase, (#641, line #5), a daughter of Benjamin Chase, (#1282, line #641) and Philippi Sherman, (#1283, line #641). Philippi Chase was born July 5, 1679 at Freetown, Mass. And was married at Taunton. Her father, Benjamin, Chase, made his will Sept. 6, 1730, and he bequeathed to his daughter, Philippi and to her husband land in Freetown, excepting a lot 3 rods square which was to be reserved for a burying place. To Philippi he left 20 pounds and the furniture that he had moved to her and her husband's home. Ensign Jacob Hathaway, Sr. was a selectman from Freetown for 25 years and was a Quaker. There were eleven children, listed in the order of their birth: 1 Jacob Hathaway, Jr., born 1721; married Deborah (Kent) Hathaway, widow of Shadrach Hatheway. Note how our Jacob, Jr. spelled his last name. Mrs. Deborah (Kent) Hatheway's first husband was a relative of her second husband's. Jacob Hatheway and his wife lived at Suffield. 2 Benjamin Hathaway. 3 Hanna Hathaway. 4 Nathan Hathaway. 5 Joseph Hathaway. 6 ISAAC HATHAWAY, (#320, line #5). 7 Philip Hathaway. The name “Philip” came down from the Hon. Philip Sherman, (#2566, line #1283). 8 John Hathaway. 9 Guilford Hathaway. The name “Guilford” came from Guilford Dudley in the ancestry of his mother, Deborah Kent. 10 Jael Hathaway, born while his father was in “goal” (jail) for his religious views. Jael Hathaway remained a “Loyalist.” 11 Betsey Hathaway

Numbers 646 and 647 Line #323

(646) (647)

JOSEPH TISDALE MARY LEONARD

Joseph Tisdale, (#646, line #323), son of John Tisdale, (#1292, line #323) and Sarah Walker, (#1293, line #323), was born in 1656 and died in 1722. He married Mary Leonard, (#647, line #383), daughter of Judge Thomas Leonard, (#1294, line #647) and Mary Watson, (#1295, line #647). Mary Leonard was born in 1663 and died in 1726. There was at least one child, a daughter: 1 Sarah Tisdale, (#323, line #161).

Numbers 648 and 649 Line #81

(648) (649)

JOHN WILLINGTON HANNAH MORSE

John Wellington, (#648, line #81), son of Benjamin Willington, (#1296, line #81) and Elizabeth Swoetman, (#1297, line #81) was born July 26, 1678 and married, May 19, 1699, Hannah Morse, (#649, line #81), daughter of Jonathan Morse, (#1298, line #649) and Abigale Shattuck, (#1299, line #649). Hannah Morse was born Sept. 3, 1682 and married (2), 1727, Daniel White of Lexington, Mass. John Willington came from Weston and died Nov. 30, 1717. There was at least one child, a son: 1 JOSIAH WELLINGTON, (#324, line #81)

Numbers 652 and 653 Line #163 (852) (853) JOSHUA WARREN, SR. REBECCA CHURCH

Joshua Warren, Sr., (#652, line #163) son of Captain Daniel Warren, (#1304, line #163) and Mary Barron, (#1305, line #163), was born July 4, 1668 , at Watertown, Mass. He married, about 1695 or 1696, Rebecca Church, (#653, line #163), daughter of Caleb Church, (#1306, line #653) and Joanna Sprague, (#1307, line #653). Rebecca Church was a twin sister of Isaac Church, the only set of twins known in our genealogy. Rebecca Church, a direct descendent of Richard Warren, (#5226, line #2613) of the Mayflower, was born June 27, 1678 and died Apr. 1, 1757, aged 78. Joshua Warren, Sr., was born June 27, 1760 at Waltham, Mass., aged 91. There were eleven children, listed by Savage in the following order: 1 Lydia Warren, born Nov. 3, 1696. 2 Joshua Warren, Jr., born June 4, 1698. 3 Nathaniel Warren, born May 25, 1700. 4 REBECCA WARREN, (#321, line #5). 5 Elizabeth Warren, born June 19, 1704. 6 Abigail Warren, born Dec. 20, 1705. 7 Susannah Warren, born June 7, 1708. 8 Hannah Warren, born June 7, 1708. 9 Prudence Warren, born Dec. 5, 1709. 10 Daniel Warren, born July 28, 1712. 11 PHINEAS WARREN, (#326, line #163).

Numbers 654 and 655 Line #327

(654) JOSEPH HASTINGS, JR., (655) LYDIA BROWNE Joseph Hastings, Jr., (#654, line #327), son of Joseph Hastings, Sr., (1308, line #327) and Martha Shepherd, (#1309, line #327), was born Jan. 3, 1684 or 1685. As his parents were married Jan. 8, 1684, it is most likely that he was born in 1685. He married, Oct. 2, 1716, Lydia Browne, (#655, line #327), daughter of Captain Abraham Browne, (#1310, line #655) and Mary Hyde, (#1311, line #655). Lydia Browne was a sister of Deacon Samuel Browne who was the father of Beulah Browne, and she was the mother of Mary Williams, who was the mother of Eunice (Hosford) Sheldon and she was the mother of Carlton Williams Sheldon, who entered the Hathaway line by marrying Harriet Jane Hathaway, (#20-2, line #5), daughter of Leonard Willington Hathaway, (#20, line #5). Lydia Browne was born Dec. 30, 1697 and died before Dec. 15, 1730. Joseph Hastings, Jr. was a housewright and resided at Watertown and Waltham. He was a selectman in 1748 and he died after 1748. There was at least one child, a daughter: 1 GRACE HASTINGS, (#327, line #163).

Numbers 656 and 657 Line #41

(656) (657)

FRANCIS DUDLEY, SR. SARAH WHEELER

Francis Dudley, Sr., (#656, line #41, supposedly (but not proved), a son of John Dudley, (#1312, line #41) of Charlestown, was born in England in 1640. He is thought to have been a relative of Governor Thomas Dudley, Joseph Dudley and Paul Dudley. Paul Dudley was an original landed proprietor of Sutton, the town name undoubtedly given for the Sutton-Dudley family name in England. Francis Dudley, Sr. emigrated to America and settled with his father at Charlestown in 1663 and later on lived at Concord. He married, Oct. 26, 1665, Sarah Wheeler, (#657, line #41), a daughter of George Wheeler, (#1314, line #657) and Katherine --- , (#1315, line #657). Our Dudley line went from England to Ireland, and some of them were “Friends”. Francis Dudley, Sr. was a soldier in King Philip's war and received pay for his services. He is known to have been living in 1702 and is supposed to have died the following year. His war record may be found in the State House at Boston. There were six children, not listed here in the order of their birth: 1 2 3 4 5 6 LIEUTENANT SAMUEL DUDLEY, (#328, line #41). Mary Dudley; married Joseph Fletcher. Joseph Dudley, married Abigale Gobble in 1691 and he died Nov. 3, 1702. Sarah Dudley; died Aug. 4, 1701. John Dudley; married, May 16, 1697, Hanna Poltier. Francis Dudley, Jr.

Numbers 658 and 659 Line #329

(658) (659)

SAMUEL ROGERS SARAH WADE

Samuel Rogers, (#658, line #329), son of Rev. Nathaniel Rogers, Sr., (#1316, line #329) and Margaret Crane, (#1317, line #329), was born in 1634 in England and came to America in 1636 with his parents and at least two of his brothers: Rev. Dr. John Rogers and Nathaniel Rogers, Jr. He married, (1) Judith Appleton, a daughter of Samuel Appleton and Mary Everard of Ipswich. Judith Appleton died in 1659 and Samuel Rogers married, (2), Sarah Wade, (#659, line #329), a daughter of “Mr.” Jonathan Wade, (#1318, line #659) and his un-named wife, of Ipswich. Samuel Rogers was Town Clerk of Ipswich in 1653. He and his second wife were parents of at least one child, a daughter: 1 ABIGAIL ROGERS, (#329, line #41)

Numbers 660 and 661 Line #165

(660) (661)

DEACON EDWARD PUTNAM, SR. MARY HALE

Deacon Edward Putnam, Sr., (#660, line #165), son of Lieutenant Thomas Putnam, (#1320, line #165) and Ann Holyoke, (#1321, line #165), was born July 4, 1654 at Salem, Mass. And was baptized July 9, 1654 at Salem. He married, June 14, 1681, at Salem, Mary Hale (#661, line #165), a daughter of Thomas Hale, Jr., (#1322, Line #661) and Mrs. Mary (Bosworth) Hutchinson, (#1323, line #661). Mary Hale and her parents came from Newbury. She was a sister of Hanna Hale, (1663-1723), who married William Peabody, a son of Lieutenant Francis Peabody, (#1364, line #341) and Mrs. Mary (Foster) Wood, (#1365, line #341). Edward Putnam, Sr. was a Deacon of First Church of Danvers, his name being second on the list of deacons. He was a freeman in 1690 and was a member of the Witchcraft Board, but was never bitter or extreme. He was a grandfather of Major General Rufus Putnam, an officer of great merit in the American Revolutionary War. He died Mar. 10, 1747 at Salem, aged over 92. There were nine children, listed by Savage in the following order: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Edward Putnam, Jr., born Apr. 29, 1682. Holyoke (“Holbrook”) in Essex Inst.) Putnam, born Sept. 28, 1683. ELISHA PUTNAM, (#330, line #165). Joseph Putnam, born Nov. 1, 1687; was married and had a son: 1 David Putnam. Mary Putnam, born Aug. 14, 1689. Prudence Putnam, born Jan. 25, 1692. Nehemiah Putnam, born Dec. 20, 1693. Ezra Putnam, born Apr. 29, 1696. Isaac Putnam, born Mar. 14, 1698.

Numbers 662 and 663 Line #331

(662) (663)

JONATHAN FULLER SUSANNAH TRASK

Jonathan Fuller, (#662, line #331), son of Thomas Fuller, Jr., (#1324, line #331) and Ruth Richardson, (#1325, line #331), was born July 19, 1673. He married, Jan. 3, 1694, Susannah (or Susanna) Trask, (#663, line #331), daughter of William Trask, Jr., (#1326, line #663) and Ann Putnam, (#1327, line #663). Susannah Trask was born Nov. 3, 1676. There was at least one child, a daughter: 1 SUSANNAH FULLER, (#331, LINE #165)

Numbers 664 and 665 Line #83

(664) (665)

JOHN STEARNS, SR. JUDITH LAWRENCE

John Stearns, Sr., (#664, line #83), fourth son of Charles Stearns, (#1328, line #83) and Rebecca Gibson, (#1329, line #83), was born Jan. 24, 1657 at Cambridge, Mass. He married (1), 1691, Judith Lawrence, (#665, line #83), a daughter of George Lawrence (#1330, line #665) and Elizabeth Crisps, (#1331, line #665). Judith Lawrence was born May 12, 1660. John Stearns, Sr. married (2) Apr. 2, 1713, Mary Norcross of Watertown, a daughter of Richard Norcross and Mary Brooks. Mary Norcross was born July 10, 1663. John Stearns, Sr. and his first wife, Judith Lawrence, were parents of seven children, of whom I have a record of two: 1 Captain Thomas Stearns, born 1694, baptized May 11, 1701. He had the trade of a housewright (carpenter). He operated “Stearns Tavern”, an inn at Worcester, Mass. He married (1), Sarah --- , by whom he had two children, Eunice and Abigale Fullerton. He married, (2) Dec. 29, 1729, Mary Jennison (b. Aug. 21, 1708), a daughter of the Hon. William Jennison and Elizabeth --- , of Worcester. Captain Thomas Stearns was the executor of the will of his father-in-law, the Hon. William Jennison. In his own will dated Feb. 20, 1770, he mentions his wife, Mary; sons William Jennison and Thomas; daughters Eunice, Abigail Fullerton, Sarah Warland, Lucy Hubbard, Mary Raymond, Lydia Campbell and Martha Stearns. After Captain Thomas Stearns' death, Jan. 16, 1772, his widow continued the inn. She died in 1837, aged 90 (Worcester Vital Records). 2 CAPTAIN JOHN STEARNS, JR., (#332, line #83)

Numbers 666 and 667 Line #333 (666) (667) SAMUEL BIGLO, SR. MARY FLAGG

Samuel Biglo (or Bigelow and variously spelled), Sr., (#666, line #333, son of John Biglo, Sr., (#1332, line #333) and Mary Warren (#1333, line #333), was born Oct. 28, 1653. He married, June 3, 1674 (the same day as his sister, Mary), Mary Flagg, (#667, line #333), a daughter of Lieutenant Thomas Flagg, (#1334, line #667) and Mary --- , (#1335, line #667). Mary Flagg was born Jan. 14, 1658 and died Sept. 7, 1720. Samuel Biglo, Sr. was a prominent man in Watertown, an innholder, as we find he was licensed as such from 1702 to 1718. He represented the town in the General Court, 1708, 1709 and 1710. His will was dated Sept. 30, 1720 and was proved Feb. 21, 1731. Their ten children, all born in Watertown, were: 1 John Biglo, Sr. of Marlborough, Mass. Was born in Watertown, May 9, 1675. He married in Watertown, June 12, 1646, Jerusha Garfield, a daughter of Joseph Garfield and Sarah (Gale) Garfield of Watertown. Jerusha Garfield was born June 6, 1677 and died in Marlborough, Jan. 16. 1758. John Biglo, Sr. died in Marlborough, Sept. 6,1769, aged 94 years and 4 months. Their eleven children were all born in Marlborough: 1 Jerusha Biglo, born May 17, 1697. 2 Thankful Biglo, born June 9, 1699, 3 Joseph Biglo, born Jan 1, 1703. 4 John Biglo, Jr., born Oct. 28, 1704. 5 Comfort Biglo, born Sept. 23, 1707. 6 Freedom Biglo, born Feb. 14, 1710. 7 Anna Biglo, born June 25, 1712 8 Gershom Biglo, born Nov. 13, 1714. 9 Jotham Biglo, born Sept. 21, 1717. 10 Benjamin Biglo, born Oct. 17, 1720. 11 Sarah Biglo, born June 20, 1724. 2 Mary Biglo, born Sept. 12, 1677; married, Feb. 2, 1700, David Bruce, Sr. of Marlborough, where he died soon after. She had one son by him named David Bruce, Jr. of whom we have no date of birth, but he is

mentioned in his grandfather's will. She married, (2), in 1701, Thomas Read, Jr. of Sudbury, a son of Thomas Read, Sr. and Mary (Goodrich) Read. Thomas Read, Jr. was born in 1678. She died in 1707, leaving four children by her second husband: 1 Nathaniel Read, born 1702; lived in Warren, Mass, and had a large number of descendants. 2 Isaac Read. 3 Thomas Read, III. 4 Catherine Read. All four children were living in 1720. 3 Samuel Biglo, Jr. of Marlborough, was born in Watertown, Sept. 18, 1679; he married in Watertown, Mar. 28, 1705, Ruth Warren of Watertown. They moved to Marlborough where she died Apr. 12, 1716. He married (2), Dec. 4, 1716, Mary Gleason, a daughter of Joseph Gleason and Martha (---) Gleason, of Sudbury. She was born Oct. 6, 1632 and died in Shrewsbury, May 14, 1752. He died in Marlborough. Their 9 children are listed here in the order of their birth: 1 Mary Biglo, born Dec. 17, 1705. 2 Samuel Biglo, III, born Oct. 16, 1707. 3 Cornelius Biglo, born Nov. 24, 1710. 4 Jedediah Biglo, born Feb. 8, 1714. 5 Ruth Biglo, born Apr. 10, 1716. 6 Jason Biglo, born Apr. 11, 1718. 7 Ruth Biglo, born Dec. 20, 1719. 8 Amariah Biglo, born Sept. 14, 1722. 9 Martha Biglo, born Oct. 21, 1724. 4 Sarah Biglo, born Oct. 1, 1681, married Dec. 11, 1706, Josiah Howe, Jr. of Marlborough, son of Josiah Howe, Sr. and Mary (Haynes) Howe, and a grandson of John Howe , the first settler of Marlborough, Mass. Josiah Howe, Jr. was born in Marlborough in 1678 and lived there with his wife when she died there. He married, (2), Nov. 22, 1713, Mary Marble and he died Sept. 20, 1766, aged 78, leaving three children by his first wife: 1 Phinehas Howe, born 1707. 2 Abraham Howe, born 1709. 3 Rachel Howe, born 1710. 5 Lieutenant Thomas Biglo, Sr. of Marlborough, was born in Watertown, Oct. 24, 1683. He married, July 12, 1705, Mary Livermore of Watertown. They moved to Marlborough where they lived until about 1720 when they removed to Waltham where he died Oct. 6, 1756. His wife died Aug. 14, 1753. Children: 1 Thomas Biglo, Jr. born Apr. 26, 1706. 2 Mary Biglo, born Sept. 2, 1707. 3 Grace Biglo, born Feb. 7, 1709

Uriah Biglo, born July 15, 1711. Abraham Biglo, born Mar. 5, 1713. Isaac Biglo, born Sept. 1, 1716. Jacob Biglo, born Sept. 1, 1717; married, 1738, Susanna Mead and he died in 1807 (?). They had at least one child, a son: 1 Abijah Bigelow, (1756-1848); was a Minute Man at the Lexington Alarm; married, 1780, Mercy Amelia Spring, (d. 1846) and had: 1 Jacob Bigelow, (1790 – d. about 1860); lawyer, prominent anti-slavery advocate; married, 1820, Eliza Southgate, (1795-1839), a daughter of Captain John Southgate. 8 Sarah Biglo, born May 15, 1720. 9 Lieutenant Josiah Biglo, born July 30, 1730; soldier in the American Revolution; married Mary Harrington and he died in 1810. Their children are listed in the Bigelow Family Genealogy, but I have a record of: 1 William Bigelow, (1749-1813); soldier in the American Revolution; married Hepsibah Russell and had: 1 Isaac Bigelow, (1777-1854); married, (1), Frances Jackson, daughter of Daniel Jackson; he married, (2) Frances Upham. 6 Mercy Biglo (this is supposed to be the Martha who was recorded as born Apr. 4, 1686, as there is no further mention made of Martha and there is of Mercy and as she is said to have been born in 1686, that is thought to have been a mistake in the record. She married, Jan. 2, 1707, Lieutenant Thomas Garfield, Sr., born Dec. 12, 1680. He was a con of Captain Benjamin Garfield and Elizabeth (Bridge) Garfield. They lived in Watertown a short time and had two children born there. They moved from there to Lunenburg. She died Feb. 23, 1745, and he died Feb. 4, 1752. Children: 1 Elizabeth Garfield, born at Watertown, Aug. 10, 1708. 2 Eunice Garfield, born at Watertown, Aug. 23, 1710. 3 Thomas Garfield, Jr., married Rebecca Johnson, and had: 1 Solomon Garfield, born 1743; removed to Otsego County, N.Y. And married Sarah Stimson, and they had: 1 Thomas Garfield, died 1800; married Asaniatt Hill and had: 1 Abram Garfield, (b. 1799); removed to Ohio, 1817; married Elizabeth Ballou, daughter of James Ballou, IV, son of James Ballou, III, son of James Ballou II and his wife, Katherine Arnold, daughter of Elisha Arnold (and his wife Susannah) daughters of Ephriam Carpenter, son of William

4 5 6 7

Carpenter and wife, Elizabeth Arnold, daughter of William Arnold), son of Stephen Arnold, son of William Arnold who came to Rhode Island in 1737, who was born at Cheselbourne, Dorset, June 24, 1587, died about 1676, (married Christian, daughter of Thomas Peake, of Muchelney, Somersetshire); son of Nicholas Arnold, son of Richard, son of John, son of Thomas, son of Roger Arnold and wife, Joan Gamage, daughter of Sir Thomas Gamage, son of Sir William Gamage, son of Gilbert de Gamage, son of William de Gamage and wife Sarah, daughter of Sir Payne de Tuberville, cuetos of Glamorganshire, and his wife , Gwenthellean, daughter of Richard, 6th Baron de Talbot, of Goodrich, d. 1306, also of royal descent, and his wife, Sarah, daughter of William de Beauchamp, of Elmley, created Earl of Warwick, died 1298, and his wife, Maude, daughter of John Fitz-John, a descendant of William de Warren, 3rd Earl of Surrey. Abram Garfield and his wife, Elizabeth Ballou, (whose mother, Mehitabel Ingalls, was a descendant of John Billington, a passenger on the Mayflower, 1620), had: 1 General James Abram Garfield, (1831-1861); twentieth President of the United States from 1880 to the time of his assassination in 1881. Married, 1858, Lucretia Rudolph, of Hiram, Ohio. She was a descendant of James Chilton, one of the Mayflower Pilgrims; and also of William Hutchinson and his wife, Anne (Marbury) Hutchinson, of royal descent. General James Abram Garfield was descended from William the Conqueror through John Warren, Jr., (#2608, line #163). That descent is outlined on the back page of line #163 in my Lineage Chart Book. In an advertisement of the New York Life Insurance Company in the Feb. 23, 1936 issue of the Saturday Evening Post, appears the following:

“The Education of a President” A biographer of James A. Garfield, twentieth President of the United States, writes; “The struggling, hardworking boy had developed into a self-reliant man . . . He had saved from his school teaching and carpenter work about half enough money to carry him through the two years in which he thought he could finish the ordinary college course. He was growing old, and he determined that he must go that fall. How to procure the rest of the needed money was a mystery; but, at last, his good character, and the good will this brought him, solved the question. He was in vigorous, lusty health and a life insurance policy was easily obtained. This he assigned to a gentleman, who thereupon loaned him what money he needed, knowing that if he lived, he would pay it, and if he died the policy would secure it. Garfield attended Williams College, graduating in 1856. Thus did life insurance play a part in starting him upon a career which was finally crowned with the Presidency. Later in life, President Garfield, insured for $25,000 through a representative of the New York Life. He had paid their first premium on this policy only a few months before an assassin's bullet made him one of our martyred Presidents.” 7 Abigail Biglo, born May 7, 1687, married, Aug. 1, 1710, Jonathan Cutler of Killingly, Conn. They resided in Colchester, Conn. Where they had three children, but we have no further record. 8 Hannah Biglo, married, May 24, 1711, Daniel Warren and they lived in Westborough and in Shrewsbury. They had five children born before 1745, three of whom were mentioned in their grandfather's will. Daniel Warren was a soldier in the French and Indian War and is said to have been taken prisoner at Ft. Massachusetts and carried captive to Canada. 9 Sergent Isaac Biglo, Sr., born at Watertown, May 19, 1691; married on March 19, 1709, at the age of 18, by Jonas Bond, Esq., to Mary Bond

of Watertown. They lived at Colchester, Conn. He was a military man of considerable prominence, commissioned a Sergeant by the Governor in 1744. He died Sept. 11, 1751 and his widow died July 9, 1775. His estate was appraised at 2,087 pounds, 11 shillings and 9 pence. Their children, all born at Colchester, were: 1 Mercy Biglo, born July 23, 1711. 2 Isaac Biglo, Jr., born May 4, 1713. 3 Mercy Biglo, born Feb. 4, 1715. 4 Mary Biglo, born July 31, 1719. 5 Hannah Biglo, born Oct. 2, 1721. 6 Abigail Biglo, born Apr. 13, 1723. 7 Samuel Biglo, born Dec. 21, 1724. 8 Sarah Biglo, born after 1724, but no record except that she died young. 9 Sarah Biglo, born June 27, 1727. 10 Lydia Biglo, born Apr. 22, 1729. 11 Elisha Biglo, born Apr. 24, 1731. 10 DELIVERANCE BIGLO, (#333, line #83)

Numbers 668 and 669 Line #167

(668) (669)

EPHRIAM HOYT HANNAH GODFREY

Ephriam Hoyt, (#668, line #167) of Hampton Falls, New Hampshire, was born Oct. 16, 1671. He married, Apr. 25, 1693, Hanna Godfrey, (#669, line #167) of Hampton. There was at least one child, a son: 1 BENJAMIN HOYT, (#334, line #167)

Numbers 680 and 681 Line #85

(680) (681)

LIEUTENANT JOHN DRESSER, JR. MARTHA THURLEY

Lieutenant John Dresser, Jr., (#680, line #85), a son of John Dresser, Sr., (#1360, line #85) and Mary --- , (#1361, line #85), was born in 1639 in America. He married, Nov. 27, 1662, at Rowley, Mass., Martha Thurley, (#681, line #85), a daughter of Richard Thurley (or Thurlow), (#1362, lineage #681) and Jane --- , (#1363, line #681). He was a Representative to the Massachusetts General Court from 1691 to 1713 and he died Mar. 14, 1723 (another reference says that he died in 1724). Martha Thurley died June 29, 1700, at Rowley, Mass., as did her husband. There was at least one child, a son: 1 RICHARD DRESSER, (#340, line #85)

Numbers 682 and 683 Line #341

(682) (683)

JACOB PEABODY ABIGAIL TOWNE

Jacob Peabody, (#382, line #341), son of Lieutenant Francis Peabody, (#1364, line #3410 and Mrs. Mary (Foster) Wood, (#1365, line #341), was born July 28, 1664 at Topsfield, Mass. He married, Jan. 12, 1686, Abigail Towne, (#683, line #341), daughter of Edmund Towne, (#1366), line #683) and Mary Browning, (#1367, line #683). Abigail Towne was born about 1664 at Topsfield, Mass. Jacob Peabody died Nov. 24, 1689. There was at least one child, a daughter: 1 MERCY PEABODY, (#341, line #85).

Numbers 684 and 685 Line #171

(684) (685)

JOHN SCOTT HANNAH DUNCAN

John Scott, (#684, line #171), son of Benjamin Scott, (#1368, line #171) and Margaret --- , (#1369, line #171), was born about July 2, 1648 at Cambridge, Mass. He married, May 29, 1672, at Roxbury, Mass., Hannah Duncan, (#685, line #171), daughter of Samuel Duncan, (#1370, line #685) and Mary --- , (#1371, line #685). John Scott died between 1715 and 1720 at Roxbury. There was at least one child, a son: 1 JOSEPH SCOTT, (#342, line #171)

Numbers 696 and 697 Line #87

(696) (697)

THOMAS BELKNAP JANE CHENEY

Thomas Belknap, (#696, line #87), son of Joseph Belknap, (#1392, line #87) and Hannah Meakins, (#1393, line #87), was born June 29, 1670. He lived at Salem, Woburn and Cambridge. He married, 1693/4, Jane Cheney, (#697, line #87), a daughter of Thomas Cheney (#1394, line #697) and Jane Atkinson, (#1395, line #697). Jane Cheney was born June 5, 1667. Thomas Belknap died in 1755. There was at least one child, a son: 1 CAPTAIN SAMUEL BELKNAP, (#348, line #87).

Numbers 698 and 699 Line #349

(698) (699)

ISAAC STEARNS MARY MERRIAM

Isaac Stearns, (#698, line #349), son of John Stearns, Sr., (#1396, line #349) and Mary Lothrop (or Lathrop), (#1397, line #349), was born Dec. 23, 1661. He married, June 4, 1684, Mary Merriam, (#699, line #349) of Billerica, Mass., born June 14, 1664, daughter of Joseph Merriam, Jr., (#1398, line #699) and Sarah Stone, (#1399, line #699). Isaac Stearns died in 1739. There were at least two children, daughters: 1 Sarah Stearns, married, 1725, Ebeneezer Johnson, (1699-1756) who died while a member of the Crown Point Expedition. He was a son of Major William Johnson (1629-1704); Assistant, Massachusetts Bay Colony, 1684-1686 and 1689-1691. He was a Deputy of the Massachusetts General Court and was appointed Major in King William's War. He married Esther Wiswell, daughter of Elder Thomas Wiswell). Ebeneezer Johnson and his wife Sarah Stearns, had at least one child, a son: 1 William Johnson, born 1733; of Woburn, Westfield and Littleton, Mass. He married, 1760, Sarah Kendell, (b. 1734), daughter of Nathaniel Kendall and Sarah Carter. There was at least one child, a son: 1 Nathaniel Johnson, born 1762; was a soldier in the American Revolution. He married, 1787, Molly Wright, daughter of Peter Wright and Ellen Chase. There was at least one child, a son: 1 Nathaniel Kendall Johnson, (1787-1816); married 1811, Nancy Kidder, daughter of Captain Francis Kidder (of Littleton, Mass.) and an officer in the American Revolution) and Abigail Russell, daughter of John Russell. 2 MARY JOSEPHA LYDIA STEARNS, (#349, line #87).

Numbers 1292 and 1293 Line #323

(1292) (1293)

JOHN TISDALE SARAH WALKER

John Tisdale, (#1292, line #323), married Sarah Walker, (#1293, line #323) and there was at least one child, a son: 1 Joseph Tisdale, (#646, line #323).

Numbers 1294 and 1295 Line #647

(1294) (1295)

JUDGE THOMAS LEONARD MARY WATSON

Judge Thomas Leonard, (#1294, line #647), son of James Leonard, (#2588, line #647) and Mary Martin, (#2589, Line #647), was born in America in 1641 and he died in 1713. He was the Judge of the Court of Common Pleas, a physician and a Deacon in the church. He married May Watson, (#1295, line #647), daughter of George Watson, (#2590, line #1295) and Phoebe (or Phebe) Hicks, (#2591, line #1295). Mary Watson was born in 1641 and died in 1723. Of their children, I have a record of three: 1 MARY LEONARD, (#647, LINE #323) 2 Major George Leonard, Sr., (1671-1716), one of the first settlers and large landed proprietors of Norton, Mass.; Major of militia and Judge of the Court of Common Pleas, as was his father before him. Major George Leonard, Sr. married Anna Tisdale, who may have been a sister of Joseph Tisdale who married Mary Leonard, (#647, line #323), line #1, above. Among their children was a son: 1 Colonel George Leonard, Jr., (1698-1778), was a Royal Councillor from 1741 to 1766. He was a Deputy to the General Court and Chief Justice of the Court of Common Pleas. He married Rachel Clap, daughter of Stephen Clap and Temperance (Gorham) Clap. 3 Elkanah Leonard, (1677-1714); married Charity Hodges, (1682-1739).

Numbers 1282 and 1283 Line #641 (1282) (1283) BENJAMIN CHASE, SR. PHILIPPI SHERMAN

Benjamin Chase, Sr., (#1282, line #641). Most of the information given below is taken from “Some of the Descendants of William Chase of Roxbury and Yarmouth, Mass.” contributed by John Carroll Chase of Derry, N.H., as compiled for him by George Walter, Chamberlaid, M. S. of Malden, Mass. Published in the January 1933 number of the N.E. Hist. & Gen. Reg., vol. LXXXVII. Some additional data has been added from other sources, including Savage and the Compendium. Benjamin Chase, Sr., son of William Chase, Sr., ( 2564, line #641) and Mary ---, , (#2565, line #641), was born in 1639 at Yarmouth and was baptized at Roxbury, Apr. 18, 1652. He was a cooper by trade and lived at Portsmouth, R.I. and at Freetown, Mass. He married, about 1673, Philippi (spelled variously, Philippa, Philippe and Phillipi) Sherman, (#1283, line #641), daughter of the Honorable Philip Sherman, (#2566, line #1283) and Sarah Odding, (#2567, line #1283). Philippi Sherman was born Oct. 1, 1652 and was the thirteenth and last child of her parents. Benjamin Chase, Sr. was admitted freeman at Portsmouth, R.I. In May, 1674, and lived at Freetown as early as 1679 where he was chosen surveyor June 2, 1685, and constable June 1686 (Plymouth Colony Records, vol. 6, pp. 167, 187). He was chosen assessor there in 1691, and was a selectman in 1698, 1699 and 1705. On Mar. 6, 1705 he was appointed guardian of his granddaughter, Sarah Makepeace. He and his wife joined the Sabbatarian Church at Newport, R.I., April 17, 1717. In his will, dated Sept. 6, 1730 he bequeathed to his sons Benjamin (Jr.) and Walter, his lands at Freetown; to his grandson, Benjamin Grinnell his 40 acre lot in Middleborough; to his daughter, Bethia Dunham one half of a lot in Middleborough and a cow; to his daughter, Philippe Hathaway and his son-in-law, (Ensign) Jacob Hathaway (#640, line #5) land in Freetown, excepting a lot 3 rods square which was to be reserved for a burying place; to his daughter, Philippe, 20 pounds and the furniture that he had moved to his son-in-law's house; to his granddaughter, Sarah, wife of Isaac Hathaway (who was the third child and son of John Hathaway, Jr., (#1280, line #5) and Hannah Burt, (#1281, line #5) one cow; and to his grandchild, Daniel Grinnell, 5 acres. (Bristol County Probate Records). Benjamin Chase, Sr. died at Freetown, Mass. between Sept. 6, 1630, when his will was dated, and July 25, 1731. when it was proven. A list of his children follows.

Children of Benjamin Chase, Sr. and Philippi Chase, his wife: 1 Mary Chase, born about 1674. She was not mentioned in her father's will which was dated Sept. 6, 1730. It is very likely that she was not living at the time the will was drawn. She married Thomas Makepeace and there was at least one child, a daughter: 1 Sarah Makepeace, who married, Mar. 6, 1705, Isaac Hathaway who was a son and third child of John Hathaway, Jr., (#1280, line 5) and Hannah Burt, (#1281, line #5). Sarah Makepeace's grandfather, Benjamin Chase, Sr., (#1282, line #641), was appointed her guardian Mar. 6, 1705, which was the date of her marriage and that would indicate that her mother was dead at the time, thus explaining why her mother was not mentioned in her grandfather's will. One cow was bequeathed to Sarah Makepeace. 2 There was evidently another daughter, name not given, who married a Mr. Grinnell and they had at least two children: 1 Benjamin Grinnell, who was bequeathed a 40 acre lot in Middleborough, by his grandfather, Benjamin Chase, Sr. in his will dated Sept. 6, 1730. 2 Daniel Grinnell, who was bequeathed five acres of land by his grandfather, Benjamin Chase, Sr., in his will dated Sept. 6, 1730. 3 PHILIPPI CHASE, (#641, line #5). 4 Benjamin Chase, Jr., born July 15, 1682 in the region which appears in the records in July 1683 as the town of Freetown. He also lived at Portsmouth, R.I. He married, at Taunton, June 23, 1703, Mercy Simmons. Soon after his marriage, he moved from Portsmouth to Freetown. He was baptized at the Sabbatarian, (Seventh Day Baptist Church), at Newport, R.I., Sept. 25, 1716 and his wife was baptized at the same church May 15, 1717 or 1718. They had eight children, all born at Freetown. In his father's will, dated Sept. 6, 1730, Benjamin Chase, Sr. bequeathed to his sons, Benjamin Chase, Jr. and Walter Chase, lands in Freetown. Benjamin Chase, Jr. died at Westerly, R.I. In 1767. 5 Walter Chase, born at Freetown, Oct. 23, 1684; lived at Freetown and he died there. He married at Taunton, Jan. 29, 1706/7, Deliverance Simmons (perhaps a sister of Mary Simmons). They had 12 children. In his father's will, dated Sept. 6, 1730, Benjamin Chase, Sr. bequeathed to his sons, Benjamin Chase, Jr. and Walter Chase, lands in Freetown. 6 Bethia Chase, born at Freetown, Dec. 3. 1686 and was living when her father made his will, Sept. 6, 1730, in which he bequeathed her one half of a lot in Middleborough and a cow. She married a Mr. Dunham.

Numbers 1304 and 1305 Line #163 (1304) (1305) CAPTAIN DANIEL WARREN, SR. MARY BARRON

Captain Daniel Warren, Sr., (#1304, line #163), son of John Warren, Jr., (#2608, line #163) and Margaret --- , (#2609, line #163), was born in 1628 in England and came to America with his parents and a sister, Mary, and a brother, John, in the “Arbella”, embarking Apr. 8, 1630 at Yarmouth and arriving at Salem, Mass. On June 12, 1630. The “Arbella” was a member ship in the fleet under the command of Sir Richard Saltonstall. They settled at Watertown, Mass. And he married, Dec. 10, 1650, Mary Barron, (#1305, line #163), daughter of Ellis Barron, (#2610, line #1305) and Grace --- , (#2611, line #1305). Mary Barron died Dec. 13, 1715 or 1716. Daniel Warren, Sr. was a Captain in King Philip's War and swore fidelity in 1652; was elected a Selectman and served 12 years between 1680 and 1698. There were 9 children, listed by Savage in the following order, but if the birth dates as given, are correct, he did not list them in the order of their birth. Note that the birth date of Daniel Warren, Jr. and the birth date of Susannah Warren are 2 months and 20 days apart. 1 Mary Warren, born Nov. 29, 1651; married, (1), May 29, 1668, John Child; married, (2), Apr. 13, 1677, Nathaniel Fiske. 2 Daniel Warren, Jr., born Oct. 6, 1663; freeman, 1690; married, Dec. 19, 1678, Elizabeth Whitney, daughter of John Whitney. 3 Hannah Warren married, Sept. 24, 1675, David Mead. 4 Sarah Warren, born July 4, 1658. 5 Elizabeth Warren, born Sept. 17, 1660; married, Feb. 6, 1681, Jonathan Tainter. 6 Susannah Warren, born Dec. 26, 1663 and died under 15 years of age. 7 Ensign John Warren, born Mar. 5, 1666; died 1703; married Mary Browne, born Oct. 6, 1662, daughter of Jonathan Browne, Sr., (#2620, line #655) and Mary Shattuck, (#2621, line #65). There was at least one child, a son: 1 Captain Daniel Warren, (1689-1748), Colonial service; married, 1712, Rebecca Garfield, (1683-1720), daughter of Captain Benjamin Garfield who was a Representative to the General Court 11 times. Captain Daniel Warren married, (2) Elizabeth Bridge, daughter of Edward Bridge, Jr., who was a son of Edward Bridge, Sr. who was an emigrant pilgrim. Captain Daniel Warren and

(presumedly) his first wife, Rebecca Garfield, were parents of at least one child, a son: 1 Silas Warren, Sr., (1720-1792); married, 1742, Elizabeth Newton (died 1794), and they had at least one child, a son: 1 Silas Warren, Jr., (1753-1848), Corporal in the American Revolution; married, (1), 1777 Anna Newton Warren, (1761-1797), daughter of Elijah Warren. There was at least one child, a son: 1 Eli Warren, (1782-1868); married, 1802, Sinthia Legg, (1779-1863), daughter of William Legg and had at least one child, a son: 1 Levi Legg Warren, (1808-1884); married (1) Mary Ann Wood, (1814-1900), daughter of Asa Wood and Polly Stoddard, daughter of Ezekiel Stoddard, who was a private in the American Revolution. 8 JOSHUA WARREN, (#652, line #163). 9 Grace Warren, born Mar. 4, 1672; married, Jan. 20, 1691, Joseph Morse.

Numbers 1314 and 1315 Line #657

(1314) GEORGE WHEELER (1315) KATHERINE ---

George Wheeler, (#1314, line #657), fourth son and fourth child of Thomas Wheeler, Sr., (#2628, line #657) and his second wife, if he had two wives, whose name is not known. He was born in England and was baptized in Cranford, Bedfordshire county, March 28, 1605. He married (1), in England, (probably) Mary Studd, May 12, 1628. He married (2), in England, Katherine or Catherine) --- , (#1315, line #657). In 1638 he and his second wife came from Cranfield and settled at Concord, Mass. His second wife was born 1610 in England and died 1684 in America. Probably of all the Wheelers who came to America before 1640, none were of more distinction or importance to the town in which he lived, then George Wheeler. He died in Concord, Mass. May , 1687. There were eight children, of whom I have a record of four, not listed, as far as I know, in the order of their birth: 1 Mary Wheeler. 2 SARAH WHEELER, (#657, line #41). 3 William Wheeler, baptized Aug. 8, 1630, therefore born in England. He died young, probably under the age of one year. 4 William Wheeler, Baptized July 20, 1631, therefore born in England.

Numbers 1324 and 1325 Line #331

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THOMAS FULLER, JR. RUTH RICHARDSON

Thomas Fuller, Jr., (#1324, line #331), son of Lieutenant Thomas Fuller, Sr., (#2648, line #331) and Elizabeth Tidd, (#2649, line #331), was born Apr. 30, 1644 at Woburn, Mass. He married, (1), Ruth Richardson, (#1325, line #331), daughter of Thomas Richardson, Jr., (#2650, line #1325) and Mary --- , (#2651, line #1325) of Woburn, Mass. He married, (2) ----- . Thomas Fuller, Jr. died between Nov. 27, 1716 and May 6, 1718, at Windham (now Hampton), Conn. Larned's History of Windom, Conn. Says that Thomas Fuller, Jr. of Woburn settled on Hampton Hill about 1715 and he was appointed Tavern Keeper, and that in 1721 his widow was allowed to keep a public house. The will of Thomas Fuller, Jr. mentions five sons, among them, Jonathan “which dwell in Salem.” 1 JONATHAN FULLER, (#662, LINE #331).

Numbers 1326 and 1327 Line #663

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WILLIAM TRASK, JR. ANN PUTNAM

William Trask, Jr., (#1326, line #663), son of Captain William Trask, Sr., #2652, line #663) and Sarah --- , (#2653, line #663), was born Sept. 9, 1640. He married, Jan. 18, 1667, Ann Putnam, (#1327, line #663), daughter of Lieutenant Thomas Putnam, (#1320, line #165) and Ann (Holyoke) Putnam, (#1321,, line #165). Ann Putnam was born Aug. 25, 1645, and she died Nov. 14, 1676, aged 31 years, eleven days after the birth of her last child. Her husband's will was probated June 30, 1691. There were several children, of whom I have found a record of one, the last born: 1 SUSANNAH TRASK, (#663, line #331)

Numbers 1328 and 1329 Line #83

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CHARLES STEARNS REBECCA GIBSON

Charles Stearns (Stearne, Sterne and variously spelled), (#1328, line #83), was born in Nayland, county Suffolk, England, and with his brother, Isaac Stearns, (#2792, line #349) and the latter's family, he embarked on the “Arbella” under the command of Sir Richard Saltonstall, at Yarmouth, England on April 8 and arrived at Salem, Mass. June 12, 1630. News item: Salem, Mass., Oct. 12, (1235). The good ship “Arbella” which brought Governor Edict and his followers to Salem in Colonial days, will rest in a memorial here. Repainted and generally renovated, the ancient vessel will be “docked” in cement in Forest Park, where the duplicate of the original village stands. Charles Stearns shortly moved to Watertown. He was appointed a freeman May 6, 1646 and he bought of Edward Lamb a house with 8 acres of land and 3 other lots, Mar. 15, 1648. He married, (1), Hannah --- , who died June 22, 1654. He married, (2), Rebecca Gibson, (#1329, line #83), a daughter of John Gibson, (#2658, line #1329) and Rebecca --- , (#2659, line #1329) of Cambridge. According to one reference, she died June 22, 1654 , which is the same date that her husband's first wife died. This needs further examination. There were seven children by the second wife, of whom I have a record of one: 1 JOHN STEARNS, SR., (#664, line #83)

Numbers 1332 and 1333 Line #333 (1332) (1333) JOHN BIGLO, SR. MARY WARREN

John Biglo (or Bigelow and variously spelled), Sr., (#1332, line #333), was born in England in 1616 or 1617 and came from England to America in 1630. He settled in Watertown and served in the Pequot War and in King Phillip's War, as a soldier. He took the Oath of Allegiance in 1652. He was a blacksmith by trade and was chosen a Surveyor of Highways in 1652 and in 1660; Constable in 1665, 1670 and in 1671; and he became a freeman Apr. 18, 1690. He married, (1), Aug. 30, 1642, at Watertown, by Mr. Nowell, Mary Warren, (#1333, line #333), a daughter of John Warren, Jr., (#2608, line #163) and Margaret --- , (#2609, line #163). Their marriage was the first one recorded in the Watertown Town Records. Mary Warren was born in England in 1628 and she came to America in 1630 with her parents in the “Arbella”, embarking at Yarmouth, England on Apr. 8, arriving at Salem, Mass. On June 12, 1630. Their homestead at Watertown consisted of six acres. After bearing thirteen children she died, Oct. 19, 1691. John Biglo, Sr. married, (2), Oct. 2, 1694, Sarah Bemis, a daughter of Joseph Bemis and --- --- , of Watertown. He died July 14, 1703. The Bigelow Family Genealogy lists the thirteen children in the following order: 1 John Biglo, Jr., born Oct. 27, 1643; married Rebecca Olmsted, a daughter of Captain Nicholas Olmsted and Sarah (Loomis) Olmsted. Rebecca Olmsted was born Mar. 12, 1647/8. They moved to Hartford, Conn.,and purchased land there May 3, 1669. There were no children. 2 Jonathan Biglo, Sr., born Dec. 11, 1646; lived at Hartford, Conn. Where he went as a young man; married, 1671, Rebecca Shepard, a daughter of Sergeant John Shepard and Rebecca (Greenhill) Shepard. Rebecca Shepard was born at Hartford in 1650 and died before 1686. He married, (2), Mary Olcott, a daughter of Samuel Olcott, by whom he had several children. She died Mar. 7, 1697 and he married (3), Mary Benton, by whom he had no children. He died Nov. 7, 1711 and his third wife and widow married, for her second husband, May 13, 1713, Deacon John Shepard who was a brother of her first husband's first wife.

Mary (Benton) Biglo Shepard died Dec. 23, 1752, aged over 90. Jonathan Biglo, Sr.'s children are listed in the order of their birth, but the Bigelow Family Genealogy does not state by which wife they were born: 1 Jonathan Biglo, Jr., born Mar. 22, 1673; married, Dec. 14, 1699, Mabel Edwards. 2 Rebecca Biglo; date of birth not given, but she was living Feb. 23, 1696 when she was admitted a member of the First Church in Hartford. Conn. 3 John Biglo, married, Jan. 11, 1710, Abigail Richards; moved to New Jersey. 4 Mary Biglo, married Jan. 11, 1700, John Williams. She was living in 1716 when she receipted for her share of her father's estate. 5 Sarah Biglo, married, Nov. 4, 1709, John Biglo, her cousin and son of Joshua Biglo of Watertown. 6 Violet Biglo, married Sept. 1, 1709, Stephen Taylor and she was living in 1717 when she receipted for her share of her father's estate. 7 Samuel Biglo, baptized Mar. 13, 1686, died young. 8 Abigail Biglo, baptized Nov. 2, 1690,; married Joseph Sackett and lived at Westfield, Mass. She was living in 1714 when she receipted for her share of her father's estate. 9 Joseph Biglo, born 1690; married, May 21, 1713, Sarah Spencer. 10 Daniel Biglo, baptized Mar. 26, 1693; married Hannah Bidwell and they lived in Hartford. 11 Samuel Biglo, baptized Mar. 31, 1695; married Mahitable (Spencer?). 12 A child, died Mar. 5, 1697. 3 Mary Biglo, born Mar. 14, 1648; married, June 2, 174, Michael Flagg, Sr., a son of Lieutenant Thomas Flagg, (#1334, line #667) and Mary --- , (#1335, line #667) of Watertown, where they lived and died. Michael Flagg, Sr. was born Mar. 23, 1651 and died about 1711. Mary Biglo died earlier, as he married, (2), 1704, Mary Earle. Mary Biglo's children: 1 Abigail Flagg, born 1685. 2 Michael Flagg, Jr., born 1689. 3 Mary Flagg, born 1691; married, 1711, William Hager. 4 Daniel Biglo, Sr. was born Dec. 1, 1650; married Abigail (or Abial) Pratt who was a tailor by trade. They settled in Framingham in 1686 and he died about 1715. She died later. Their children, listed below, were all born at Framingham: 1 Abigail Biglo, born Oct. 28, 1689; married, Mar. 8, 1727, Abraham Belknap (not our Abraham Belknap, #2784, line #87, but very likely related to him). They lived in Framingham and at Natick.

He was born July 28, 1695 and died 1754; she died about 1734. 2 Daniel Biglo, Jr., born Nov. 24, 1691; married Rebecca Eames; lived in Framingham. 3 Abiel Biglo, born Jan. 20, 1693; married, Oct. 11, 1718, Jonathan Stone, Sr., son of Nathaniel Stone and Sarah (Wayt) Stone. He was born Mar. 24, 1690 and died, leaving 4 children. She married, (2), June 15, 1743, Samuel Walker of Natick. She was admitted to the church Nov. 17, 1728. Her four children, by her first husband, were: 1 Jonathan Stone, Jr., lived in Worcester. 2 Reuben Stone, married and lived in Rutland. 3 Simson Stone married Hannah Kendall and lived in Rutland. 4 Levi Stone. 4 Susanna Biglo, born Mar. 4, 1696; married, June 9, 1715, Stephen Jennings, Jr., son of Stephen Jennings, Sr. and Hannah (Stanhope) Jennings. He was born in 1688. They lived in Framingham where she was admitted to the church Mar. 3. 1722. He was admitted Feb. 1749. He died Oct. 8, 1763 and she died Oct. 24, 1768. Children: 1 Stephen Jennings, III. 2 David Jennings. 3 Ephriam Jennings. 4 Susanna Jennings. 5 Abigail Jennings. 6 Joseph Jennings. 5 Ephriam Biglo, born May 12, 1698; married Lydia Johnson; lived in Holliston. 6 Lydia Biglo, born Jan. 2, 1702; married Sept. 30, 1731, Martin Pratt of Hopkinton, son of Nathaniel Pratt and Abigail (--- ) Pratt. He was born in Watertown, Dec. 13, 1703. They lived at one time in Westborough, Mass. Where she was admitted to the church in 1738 by letter from Hopkinton. Their three children: 1 Lydia Pratt, born 1734 at Hopkinton. 2 Benjamin Pratt, born 1736 at Hopkinton. 3 Joseph Pratt, born Apr. 7, 1738 at Westborough, Mass. 5 SAMUEL BIGLO, SR., (#666, line #333). 6 Joshua Biglo, Sr., born Nov. 5, 1655; married, Oct. 20, 1676, Elizabeth Flagg, a daughter of Lieutenant Thomas Flagg, (#1334, line #667) and Mary (--- ) Flagg, (#1335, line #667). She was born Mar. 22, 1657 (Begelow Family Genealogy) or Jan. 22, 1654 (Compendium). She died Aug. 9, 1729. He was a soldier in King Philip's War in Captain Ting's company and was wounded. In consideration of his war services the General Court gave him a grant of land in Narragansett #2, now Westminster. They lived in Watertown and in Westminster.

All of their children who are listed below, were born in Watertown. 1 Joshua Biglo, Jr., born Nov. 25, 1677; married Hannah Fiske, a daughter of Nathaniel Fiske and --- --- . He died in 1728 and they had at least one child, a son: 1 John Bigelow, Sr., born 1715; married --- --- and had: 1 John Bigelow, Jr., (1743-1822); married --- --- and had: 1 Johnathan Bigelow, (1773-1819); married --- --- and had: 1 Samuel Bigelow, (1807-1901). 2 Jonathan Biglo, born Mar. 22, 1679 3 John Biglo, born Dec. 20, 1681; married Hannah --- and he died in 1770. They had at least one child, a son: 1 David Bigelow, Sr., (1706-1799); married Edith Day and had: 1 David Bigelow, Jr., (1732-1820); married Patience Foote and had at least two children: 1 Erastus Bigelow, (1765-1855); married Lucy Roote and had: 1 Anson Bigelow, (1794-1869); Eliza Moores, (1799-1845). 2 Asa Bigelow, (1779-1850); married Lucy Isham and had: 1 --- Bigelow, (1779-1850); Minister to France; married Jane Tunis Poulyney. 4 Benjamin Biglo, born Jan. 20, 1681. 5 Jabez Biglo There is no record of his birth date. 6 Elizabeth Biglo, born Aug. 3, 1687. 7 David Biglo, born Apr. 30, 1694. 8 Joseph Biglo, born Dec. 29, 1695. 9 Daniel Biglo, born Aug. 29, 1697. 10 Ebenezer Biglo, born Sept. 4, 1698; married Hannah Browne, a daughter of Jonathan Browne. This is not our Jonathan Browne, sr., (#2620, line #6550) but it may have been his son, Jonathan Browne, Jr. who was born in 1666. There was at least one child, a son: 1 Thomas Biglo, Sr., married Mary Griffith and had: 1 Dr. Thomas Bigelow, Jr., married Janet C. Gordon. 11 Gershom Biglo, born Sept. 6, 1701. 12 Eleizer Biglo, born Mar. 14, 1705. 7 Elizabeth Biglo, born June 15, 1657; married Lieutenant John Stearns, Sr., and lived in Billerica, Mass. Where their children were born. She

died Apr. 18, 1694. Their Children: 1 Elizabeth Stearns, born Sept. 23, 1677. 2 John Stearns, Jr., born Jan. 22, 1680. 3 Sarah Stearns, born Mar. 21, 1682. 4 Mary Stearns, born July 23, 1684. 5 John Stearns, Jr. born Nov. 26, 1686. 6 Isaac Stearns, born May 1, 1698. 7 Abigail Stearns, born Aug. 22, 1691. 8 Sary Biglo, born Sept. 29, 1659; married, July 23, 1679, Isaac Leonard, Jr., (b. Oct. 5, 1655), son of Isaac Leonard, Sr., and Mary (Stearnes) Leonard. They moved to Framingham, near the Sherburne line where they lived for many years. In 1711 he served the town of Framingham as one of it's Selectmen. He died Sept. 15, 1737. Their children: 1 Isaac Leonard, III, born May 10, 1680; married Nov. 19, 1706, Sarah Howe. They resided at Sherburne. 2 Sarah Leonard, born Mar. 16, 1682. 3 Abigail Leonard, born Mar. 11, 1684. 4 Mary Leonard, born Apr. 12, 1686; married William Bond of Watertown. 5 William Leonard, born Feb. 12, 1688. 6 Ebenezer Leonard, born Aug. 31, 1690; married, Oct. 14, 1714, Deborah Haynes; resided at Oxford, Mass. 7 Samuel Leonard, born Oct. 4, 1692. 8 Hannah Leonard, born Sept. 16, 1694; married, May 2, 1715, Obadiah Walker, Sr.; resided at Marlborough, Mass.; and had: 1 Silas Walker. 2 Hannah Walker. 3 Obadiah Walker, Jr. 9 Elizabeth Leonard, born July 27, 1696. 10 Moses Leonard, born Apr. 29, 1699; married, Lydia --- and they resided at Framingham, Mass. 9 James Biglo, Sr., date of birth not known; resided at Watertown, Mass. And he married, (1), March 25, 1687, Patience Browne, a daughter of Jonathan Browne. This is not the Patience Browne who was a daughter of our Jonathan Browne, (#2620, line #655) as she was married Mar. 6 1669. Patience (Browne) Biglo died and James Biglo, Sr. married (2) July 2, 1693, Elizabeth Child, a daughter of John (or Jonathan) Child. She died Apr. 20, 1707 and he married (3), June 15, 1708, Joanna Erickson of Boston. He died in Weston, Mass., Jan. 20, 1728 and his widow married, (2), Jan. 8, 1729, Adam Smith of Boston. The Bigelow Family Genealogy lists four children, but does not state by which wife they were born. 1 James Biglo, Jr. 2 John Biglo. 3 Patience Biglo, 4 Abraham Biglo.

10 Martha Biglo, born Apr. 1, 1662; married twice, her second husband was Obadiah Woods of East Hartford, Conn. Who died Apr. 11, 1712. The Bigelow Family Genealogy has no further record of her family. 11 Abigail Biglo, born Feb. 4, 1664; married, Dec. 10, 1684, Benjamin Harrington, Sr., son of Robert Harrington and Susannah (---) Harrington. He was born in Watertown, Jan. 26, 1662 and died in 1724. She died Jan. 12, 1754; and they had: 1 Benjamin Harrington, Jr., born Oct. 2, 1685. 2 Abigail Harrington, born Mar. 1, 1689. 3 Isaac Harrington, born Feb. 2, 1693. 4 Thankful Harrington, born Sept. 20, 1701. 12 Hannah Biglo, born Mar. 4, 1666 and died Mar. 8, 1666. 13 A son, born and died Dec. 18, 1667.

Line #333

THE BIGELOW LINE (Baguley, Bigelo, Bigelow, Biglo, Biglow) A branch of the Stearns Line (83)

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Deliverance Bigelow, b. 1695, m. 1715, d. after 1762, m. Captain John Stearns, Jr., (332),, b. 1692, d. after 1762, son of John Stearns, Sr. and Judith Lawrence. Samuel Biglo, Sr., b. 1653, m. 1674, d. , m. Mary Flagg, (667), b. 1658, d. 1720, daughter of Thomas Flagg and Mary --- .

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(1332) John Biglo, b. 1616 or 1617, to America 1630, m. (1), 1642, m. (2), 1694, d. 1703, m. (1), Mary Warren, (1333), b. 1628, to America 1630, d. 1691, daughter of John Warren, Jr., (#2608, line #163) and Margaret --- , (#2609, line #163), m. (2) Sarah Bemis, b. , d. , daughter of Joseph Bemis and --- --- .

Line #341

THE PEABODY LINE (Pabody, Paybodie, Pabodie) A branch of the Dresser Line (85)

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Mercy Peabody, b. about 1687, or 1688, m. 1709, d. , m. Richard Dresser, (340), b. 1679, d. 1728, son of Lieutenant John Dresser and Martha Thurley. Jacob Peabody, b. 1664, m. 1686, d. 1689, m. Abigail Towne, (683), b. about 1664, d. , daughter of Edmund Towne and Mary Browning. Lieutenant Francis Peabody, b. 1614, m. (1), 16--, m. (2), 16--, d. 1697 or 1698, m. (1), Lydia ---, b. , d. , m. (2) Mrs. Mary (Foster) Wood, (1365), b. 1618, d. 1705, daughter of Reginald Foster and Judith --- . John Peabody, b. 1590, m. , to America 1640, d. 1667, m. Isabel --- , (2729), b. , d. .

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Line #343

THE PRIOR LINE A branch of the Scott Line (171)

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Hannah Prior, b. 1687, m. 1708, d. , m. Joseph Scott, (342), b. 1682, d. after 1753, son of John Scott and Hannah Duncan. James Prior, b. , m. , d. , m. Susannah --- , (687), b. , d.

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Line #345

THE SUSANNAH RICHARDSON LINE A branch of the Matilda Richardson Line (43)

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Susannah Richaardson, b. 1684, m. , d. 1726, m. Samuel Richardson III, (344), her second cousin. He was born 1670, d. 1754, son of Samuel Richardson II and Martha --- . John Richardson, Jr., b. 1660 or 1661, m. 1680, d. 1715, m. Susannah Davis, (691), b. 1662, m. (2), Peter Hay, and she died , daughter of George Davis and Sarah Clarke. Lieutenant John Richardson, Sr., b. , m. (1), 1658, m. (2) 1662, m. (3), , d. 1697; m. (1) Elizabeth Bacon, (1381), b. 1641, d. , daughter of Michael Bacon, Jr. and --- --- . m. (2), Mary Pierson, b. , d. , m. (3), Margaret Willing, b. , d. .

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Line #349 THE MARY JOSEPHA LYDIA STEARNS LINE (Stearne or Sterne) A branch of the Belknap Line (87)

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Mary Josepha Lydia Stearns, b. 1707, m. 1729, d. 1754, m. Captain Samuel Belknap, (348), b. 1707, d. 1771, son of Thomas Belknap and Jane Atkinson. Isaac Stearns, b. 1661, m. 1684, d. 1739, m. Mary Merriam, (699), b. 1664, d. , daughter of Joseph Merriam and Sarah Stone. John Stearns, Sr., b. 1631, m. (1), 1653, m. (2), 1656, d. 1668, m. (1), Sarah Mixer, b. , d. 1656, m. (2), Mary Lothrop (or Lathrop), (1397), b. 1640, d. after 1735. She m. (3) Isaac Mixer, Jr. and she was his third wife. He died 1716. She m. (2) Captain William French and he died 1681. She was the daughter of Thomas Lothrop (or Lathrop) and Mrs. Sarah Linnell Eiver, his first wife. Isaac Stearns, Sr., b. 1605, m. 1622, to America 1630, d. 1671, m. Mary Barker, (2793), b. , to America 1630, d. 1677, daughter of John Barker and Margaret Williams.

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Line #351

THE SAWYER LINE A branch of the Mary Richardson Line (175)

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Mary Sawyer, b. d. .

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, m. Stephen Richardson, (350), b. ,

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William Sawyer, b. 1613, d. 1703, m. Ruth --- , (703), b. d. .

Line #641

THE CHASE LINE (or Chace) A branch of the Hathaway Line (5)

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Phillipi (or Philippi) Chase, b. 1679, m. 1698 or 1697, d. m. Ensign Jacob Hathaway, (640), b. , d. , son of John Hathaway, Jr. and Hannah Burt.

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Benjamin Chase, b. 1639 or 1640, m. 1673, d. 1730 or 1731, m. Phillipi (or Phillippi) Sherman, (1283), b. 1652, d. , daughter of the Hon. Philip Sherman and Sarah Odding. William Chase, Sr., b. about 1600, m. , to America 1630, d. 1659, m. Mary --- , (2565) , b. , d. 1659

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Line #647

THE MARY LEONARD LINE A branch of the Tisdale Line (323)

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Mary Leonard, b. 1663, m. , d. 1726, m. Joseph Tisdale, (646), b. about 1656, d. 1722, son of John Tisdale and Sarah Walker. Judge Thomas Leonard, b. 1641, m. , d. 1713, m. (1) Mary Watson, (1295), b. 1641 or 1642, d. 1723, daughter of George Watson and Phoebe (or Phebe) Hicks. James Leonard, b. 1621, m. (1), d. , m. (2) , to America 16--, d. 1691. m. (1) Mary Martin, (2589), b. d. , m (2) Margaret --- . Judge Thomas Leonard, b. , m. , d. Lydia White, (5177), b. , d. . , m. ,

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(10358) Samson Leonard, b. 1545, m. , d. 1615, m. Baroness Margaret Fiennes, (10353), b. d. 1611. (20704) John Leonard, Jr., b. 1508, m. , d. 1590, m. Elizabeth Harmon, (20705), b. , d. (41408) John Leonard, Sr., b. 1479, m. , d. 1556, m. --- --- , (41409), b. , d. . (82816) George Leonard, b. , m. , d. , m. Anna Bird, (82817), b. , d. , daughter of John Bird and --- --- . .

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Line #649

THE MORSE LINE A branch of the Willington Line (81) (649) (1298) Hannah Morse, b. 1682, m. (1), 1699, m. (2) 1727, d. , m. (1), John Willington and Elizabeth Swoetman. Jonathan Morse, b. 1643, m. 1678, d. 1686, m. Abigail Shattuck, (1299), b. 1657, d. . There was a double descent in the Shattuck line. Abigail Shattuck (#1299 on this page) married Jonathan Morse, (#1299 on this page). Mary Shattuck, (#2621, line #655) married Jonathan Browne (#2620, line #655). Abigail Shattuck was a sister of Mary Shattuck. (2596) Joseph Morse, Jr., b. about 1610, to America, 1634, m. , d. 1690, m. Hannah Pierce, (2597), b. , d. , daughter of John Pierce and Elizabeth --- . Joseph Morse, Sr., b. 1576, m. , d. 1646, m. Deborah (or Dorothy) --- .

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(10384) Richard Morse. (20768) Thomas Morse. (41536) Robert Morse of Dedham, County Essex, England.

Line #653

THE CHURCH LINE A branch of the Bettee Warren Line (163)

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Rebecca Church, b. 1678, m. 1695 or 1696, d. 1757, m. Joshua Warren, (652), b. 1668, d. 1760, son of Captain Daniel Warren and Mary Warren. Caleb Church, b. 1642 or 1645, m. (1) 1667, d. after 1713, m. (1)Joanna Sprague, (1307), b. 1645, d. 1678, daughter of William Sprague and Millicent Eames. m. (2) Deborah --- , b , d. . m. (3) Rebecca Scottow, b. , d. . Richard Church, b. 1608, to America 1630, m. 1635 or 1636, d. 1668, m. Elizabeth Warren, (2613), b. , to America 1623, d. 1669 or 1670, daughter of Richard Warren, MAYFLOWER PILGRIM, and Elizabeth --- .

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Line #655

THE BROWNE LINE A branch of the Hastings Line (327)

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Lydia Browne, b. 1697, m. 1716, d. before Dec. 15, 1730, m. Joseph Hastings, Jr., (654), b. 1684 or 1685, d. after 1748, son of Joseph Hastings, Sr. and Martha Shepherd. Captain Abraham Browne, b. 1671, m. , d. 1729, m. Mary Hyde, (1311), b. 1673, d. 1723, daughter of Job Hyde and Elizabeth Fuller. Jonathan Browne, Sr., b. 1635, m. 1662, d. 1691, m. Mary Shattuck, (2621), b. 1645, d. 1732, daughter of William Shattuck and Susannah --- . Abraham Browne, Sr., b. , m. , d. 1650, m. Lydia --- (5241), b. , m. (2), 1658, d. 1686, she m. (2) Andrew Hodges who d. 1665 Thomas Browne, b. b. , d. . , m. , d. , m. Joan --- , (10481),

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Line #657

THE WHEELER LINE A branch of the Dudley Line (41)

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Sarah Wheeler, b. 1640, m. 1665, d. 1713, m. Francis Dudley, (656), b. 1640, to America 16--, d. after 1702. son (supposedly) of John Dudley and --- --- .

(1314) George Wheeler, bap. 1605, m. (1), 1628, m. (2) , to America 1638, d. 1687, m. (1), probably) Mary Studd, b. , d. , daughter of --- Studd and --- ---. m. (2), Katherine (or Catherine) --- , (1315), b. 1610, to America 1638, d. 1684. (2628) Thomas Wheeler, Sr. b. about 1560-1565, m (1) d. , m. (1) --- --- , b. , d. , m. (2), --- --- , b. , d. . , m. (2),

Line #659

THE WADE LINE A branch of the Rogers Line (329)

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Sarah Wade, b. , m. , d. , m. Samuel Rogers, (658), and was his second wife, he was b. 1634, d. , son of Rev. Nathaniel Rogers and Margaret Crane. Jonathan Wade, b. , m. m. --- --- , (1319), b. , d. , d. , .

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Line #661

THE HALE LINE A branch of the Putnam Line (165)

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Mary Hale, b. , m. 1681, d. , m. Deacon Edward Putnam, (660), b. 1654, d. 1747, son of Lieutenant Thomas Putnam and Ann Holyoke. Thomas Hale, Jr., b. 1633, m. , to America 16 --, d. 1682 or 1683, m. Mary (Bosworth) Hutchinson, (1323), b. , d. , daughter of Edward Bosworth and Mary --- . Sergeant Thomas Hale, Sr., b. 1604, to America 1634, m. (1), m. (2), , d. 1682, m. (1) Thomasine Dowsett, (2645), b. , d. , m. (2) Margaret Tamorin, b. , d. , daughter of Sir Henry Tamorin and --- --- . ,

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Line #663

THE TRASK LINE A branch of the Susannah Fuller Line (331) (663) Susannah Trask, b. 1676, m. 1694, d. , m. Jonathan Fuller, (662), b. 1673, d. , son of Thomas Fuller, Jr. and Ruth Richardson. William Trask, Jr., b. 1640, m. 1667, d. 1691, m. Ann Putnam, (1327), b. 1645, d. , daughter of Lieutenant Thomas Putnam and Ann Holyoke. Note: There is a double descent in the Putnam line. Ann Putnam, (#1327 on this page), married William Trask, Jr., (#1326 on this page). Deacon Edward Putnam (#660, line #165), married Mary Hale, (#861, line #165). Ann Putnam was a sister of Deacon Edward Putnam. (2652) Captain William Trask, Sr., b. about 1600, m. at least once, d. 1666; m. Sarah --- , (2653) , b. , d. .

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Line #665

THE LAWRENCE LINE A branch of the Stearns Line (83)

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Judith Lawrence, b. 1660, m. , d. , m. John Stearns, Sr., (664), and she was his first wife. He was b. 1657, d. , son of Charles Stearns and Rebecca Gibson. George Lawrence, b. b. , d. . , m. , d. , m. Elizabeth Crispe, (#1331),

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Numbers 1334 and 1335 Line #657

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LIEUTENANT THOMAS FLAGG MARY --- .

Lieutenant Thomas Flagg, (#1334, line #667) was born in England in 1616 and came to Boston in the “Rose” at the age of 21, in April, 1637, as the servant of Richard Carver. He was a yeoman and settled at Watertown, Mass, and was a proprietor there in 1641. He was in the Train Band until 1681. He married Mary --- , (#1335, line #667). His will was dated Mar. 5, 1697 and he bequeathed to his wife, Mary, etc., and daughter, Elizabeth Bigelow. He died February 8, 1697/8. There were several children of whom I have a record of three: 1 Elizabeth Flagg, born Jan. 22, 1654. She married Joshua Biglo (or Bigelow), Sr., (1655-1745), a son of John Biglo, (#1332, line #333) and Mary Warren, (#1333, line #333). Joshua Bigalow, Sr., was a soldier in King Philip's War. They had at least one child, a son: 1 Joshua Bigelow, Jr., (1677-1728); married Hannah Fiske and had: 1 John Bigelow, Jr., (1743-1822); married --- --- and they had: 1 Jonathan Bigelow, (1773-1819); married --- --and they had: 1 Samuel Bigelow, born 1807, died 1901. 2 MARY FLAGG, (#667, line #333). 3 Rebecca Flagg, born July 5, 1660.

Line #667

THE FLAGG LINE A branch of the Bigelow Line (333)

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Mary Flagg, b. 1658, m. 1674, d. 1720, m. Samuel Biglo (Bigelow), (666), b. 1653, d. son of John Biglo and Mary Warren.

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Lieutenant Thomas Flagg, b. 1616, to America 1637, m. d. 1697/8. m. Mary --- , (1335), b. , d. .

Numbers 1362 and 1363 Line #681

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RICHARD THURLEY (or THURLOW)

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JANE ---

Richard Thurley (or Thurlow), (#1362, line #681), lived at Rowley and Newbury and died Nov. 10, 1685. The Thurley family originated in the South of England. He married Jane ---, (#1363, line #681) who died Mar. 19, 1684, at Newbury. There was at least one child, a daughter: 1 MARTHA THURLEY, (#681, line #85).

Line #681

THE THURLEY LINE (or Thurlow) A branch of the Dresser Line (85) (681) Martha Thurley, b. , m. 1662, d. 1700, m. Lieutenant John Dresser, Jr., (680), b. about 1640, d. 1723, son of John Dresser, Sr. and Mary --- . d. Richard Thurley, b. , d. 1685, m. Jane ---, (1363), b. , d. 1684.

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Numbers 1366 and 1367 Line #683

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EDMUND TOWNE MARY BROWNING

Edmund Towne, (#1366, line #683), was born in 1619 in England and died in 1678 at Topsfield, Mass. He married Mary Browning, (#1367, line #683). There was at least one child, a daughter: 1 ABIGAIL TOWNE, (#683, line #341).

Line #683

THE TOWNE LINE A branch of the Peabody Line (341)

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Abigail Towne, b. about 1664, m. 1686, d. , m. Jacob Peabody, (682), b. 1664, d. 1689, son of Lieutenant Francis Peabody and Mary (Foster) Wood. Edmund Towne, b. 1619, to America , m. m. Mary Browning, (1367), b. , d. , daughter of --- Browning and --- --- . , d. 1678,

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Line #685

THE DUNCAN LINE A branch of the Scott Line (171)

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Hannah Duncan, b. , 1672, d. , m. John Scott, (684), b. about 1648, d, between 1715 and 1720, son of Benjamin Scott and Margaret --- . Samuel Duncan, b. , m. , d. m. Mary ---, (1371), b. , d. , .

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Line #691

THE DAVIS LINE A branch of the Susannah Richardson Line (#345)

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Susanna Davis, b. 1662, m. (1), 1680, m. (2), , d. , m. (1), John Richardson, Jr. (690), b. 1660 or 1661, d. 1715, son of Lieutenant John Richardson and Elizabeth Bacon. M. (2) Peter Hay. Captain George Davis, b. , m. , d. 1667, m. Sarah Clark, (1383), b. . She m. (2) about 1671 Nicholas Rist (Le Risse), she d. 1698. She was a daughter of William Clark. Nicholas Davis, b. about 1595, to America 1635, m. m. Sarah --- , (2765), b. about 1589, d. . , d. ,

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Line #697

THE JANE CHENEY LINE A branch of the Belknap Line #87

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Jane Cheney, b. 1667, m. 1693 or 1694, d. , m. Thomas Belknap, (696), b. 1670, d. 1755, son of Joseph Belknap and Hannah Meakins. Thomas Cheney, Jr.., b. , m. 1655, d. , m. Jane Atkinson (1395), b. , d. , daughter of John Atkinson Sr. and Sarah Mirick. Note: There was a double descent in the Cheney line, Thomas Cheney, (#1394 on this page), married Jane Atkinson, (#1395 on this page). Margaret Cheney, (#2617, line #327), married Deacon Thomas Hastings, (#2816, line #327). Thomas Cheney was a brother of Margaret Cheney.

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William Cheney, Sr., b. 1604, to America 16--, m. , d. 1667, m. Margaret Mason, (2789), b. , d. 1686.

Line #699

THE MERIAM LINE A branch of the Mary Josepha Lydia Stearns Line (349)

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Merry Merriam, b. 1664, m. 1684, d. , m. Isaac Stearns, (698), b. 1661, d. 1739, son of John Stearns and Mary Lothrop. Joseph Merriam, Jr., b. 1629, to America 16--, m. 1653, d. , m. Sarah Stone (1399), b. , d. , daughter of Deacon Gregory Stone and --- --- . (2796) Joseph Merriam, Sr., b. about 1600, to America 16--, m. ,, d. 1640 or 1641. m. Sarah Goodstone, (2797), b. , d. , daughter of John Goldstone and Frances Jefferies.

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(5592) William Merriam.

Line #1281

THE BURT LINE A branch of the Hathaway Line (5)

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Hanna Burt, b. , m. 1668, d. , m. John Hathaway, Jr., (1280), b. 1650, d. 1730 or 1734, son of John Hathaway, Sr. and Martha Shepherd. James Burt, Sr., b. 1622, to Barbadose, 1635, m. m. Anna Taylor (?), (2563), b. , d. 1665. Richard Burt, Sr. , d. 1680,

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Line #1283

THE SHERMAN LINE A branch of the Chase Line (#641)

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Phillipi (or Philippi) Sherman, b. 1652, m. 1673, d. , m. Benjamin Chase, (1282), b. 1639 or 1640, d. 1730 or 1731, son of William Chase and Mary ---. Hon. Philip Sherman, b. 1609 or 1610, to America 1633, m. , d. , m. Sarah Odding, (2567), b. , d. 1687, daughter of George Odding and Margaret --- . Samuel Sherman, b. 1571 or 1573, m. , d. 1615, m. Phillippa (or Phillipa) Ward-Upcher (or Upcher-Ward), (5133), b. , d. , daughter of --- Ward-Upcher (or Upcher-Ward) and --- --- .

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#1293

THE WALKER LINE A branch of the Tisdale Line (323)

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Sarah Walker, b. , m. , d. , m. John Tisdale, (1392), b. , d. son of --- Tisdale and --- --- .

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Line #1295

THE WATSON LINE A branch of the Leonard Line (647).

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Mary Watson, b. 1641, m. , d. 1723, m. Judge Thomas Leonard, (1294), b. 1641, d. 1713, son of James Leonard and Mary Martin. George Watson, b. , m. , d. , m. Phoebe (Phebe) Hicks, (2591), b. , d. , daughter of Robert Hicks and either Margaret Morgan or (probably) Margaret Winslow.

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Line #1297

THE SWOETMAN LINE (Sweetman or Swetman)

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Elizabeth Swoetman, b. 1645 or 1647, m. 1671, d. , m. Benjamin Willington, (1296), b. , d. 1710, son of Roger Willington and Mary Palgrave. Thomas Swoetman, Sr., b. 1609, to America about 1645, d. 1682, m. Isabel --- , (2595), b. , d. 1709.

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Line #1299

THE ABIGAL SHATTUCK LINE A branch of the Morse Line (649)

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Abigail Shattuck, b. 1657, m. 1678, d. , m. Jonathan Morse, (1298), b. 1643, d. 1686, son of Joseph Morse, Jr. and Hannah Pierce. There is a double descent in the Shattuck line. Abigail Shattuck, (#1299 on this page), married Jonathan Morse, (#1298) on this page. Mary Shattuck, (#2621 on page #655, married Jonathan Browne, (#2720, line #655). Abigail Shattuck was a sister of Mary Shattuck.

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William Shattuck, b. 1621, m. 1642, to America 1642, d. 1673, m. Susanna (or Susannah) --- , (2599), b. , she m. (2) 1673, Richard Norcross and was his second wife. She died 1686.

Line #1305

THE BARRON LINE A branch of the Bettee Warren Line (163)

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Mary Barron, b. , m. 1650, d. 1715 or 1716, m. Captain Daniel Warren, Sr. (1304), b. 1628, d. 1691, son of John Warren, Jr. and Margaret --- . Ellis Barron, b. 1606, to America 1640, m. (1), , m. (2), 1653, d. 1676, m. (1) Grace --- ., (2611), b. d. about 1650, m. (2), Mrs. Hanna Hawkins, b. , d. 1685.

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Line #1307

THE SPRAGUE LINE A branch of the Church Line (653)

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Joanna Sprague, b. 1645, m. 1667, d. 1678, m. Caleb Church, (1306), b. 1642 or 1645, d. after 1713, son of Richard Church and Elizabeth Warren. William Sprague, b. 1609 or 1610, to America 1629, m. 1635, d. 1675, m. Millicent Eames, (2615), b. , d. 1695 or 1696, daughter of Captain Anthony Eames and Margery --- . Edward Sprague, b. b. , d. . , m. , d. , m. --- --- , (5229),

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Line #1309

THE MARTHA SHEPARD LINE (or Shepherd) A branch of the Hastings Line (327)

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Martha Shepard, b. 1662, or 1663, m. 1684, d. , m. Joseph Hastings, Sr., (1308), and she was his second wife. He was b. 1657, d. , son of Deacon Thomas Hastings and Margaret Cheney. John Shepard, b. , m. , d. 1669, m. Sarah Goble, (2619), b. , d. 1717 or 1718, daughter of Thomas Goble and Alice --- .

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Line #1311

THE HYDE LINE A branch of the Browne Line (655)

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Mary Hyde, b. 1673, m. , d. 1723, m. Captain Abraham Browne, (1310, b. 1671, d. 1729, son of Jonathan Browne and Mary Shattuck. Job Hyde, b. 1643, m. 1663, d. 1685, m. Elizabeth Fuller, (2623), b. , d. 1685, daughter of John Fuller and Elizabeth --- . Deacon Samuel Hyde, b. 1610, m. , to America 1639, d. 1689, m. Temperance --- , (5245), b. , d. .

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Line #1317

THE CRANE LINE A branch of the Rogers Line (329)

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Margaret Crane, b. , m. , d. , m. Rev. Nathaniel Rogers, Sr., (1318), b. 1598, to America 1636, m. (2) --- ---, b. --- , d. 1656 or 1655. Son of Rev. John Rogers and --- --- . He m. (2), --- --- . Sir Robert Crane, b. , m. (1), , m. (2), d. , m. (1) Margaret Sparhawk, (2635), b. , d. , daughter of Samuel Sparhawk and --- --- . He m. (2), Margaret Maidstone, b. , d. , daughter of Robert Maidstone and --- --- .

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Line #1321

THE HOLYOKE LINE A branch of the Putnam Line (165)

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Ann Holyoke, b. , m. , d. 1665, m. Lieutenant Thomas Putnam, (1320), and was his first wife. He was b. 1614, to America 1640 or 1641, m. (2) 1666, d. 1686, son of John Putnam and Priscilla Deacon. He m. (2), Mrs. Mary (Ingersoll ?) Verin, b. , d. 1695. Edward Holyoke, Jr., b. , m. (1), 1612, to America 1630, m. (2),, d. 1660, m. (1) Prudence Stockton, (2643), b. , to America 1630, daughter of Rev. John Stockton and --- --- . He m. (2), --- --- , b. , d. . Edward Holyoke, Sr., b. b. , d. . , m. , d. , m. --- --- , (5285),

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Line #1323

THE BOSWORTH LINE A branch of the Hale Line (661)

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Mary Bosworth, b. , m. (1), , m. (2), d. , m. (1), a Mr. Hutchinson, b. , d. , m. (2), Thomas Hale, Jr. (1322), b. 1633, d. 1682 or 1683, son of Thomas Hale, Sr. and Thomasine Dowett. Edward Bosworth, b. , m. , to America 16--, d. 16--, m. Mary --- , (2647), b. d. .

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Line #1325

THE RUTH RICHARDSON LINE A branch of the Susannah Fuller Line (331)

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Ruth Richardson, b. , m. , d. , m. Thomas Fuller, Jr., (1324), b. 1644, d. 1716, 1717 or 1718, son of Lieutenant Thomas Fuller, Sr. and Elizabeth Tidd. Thomas Richardson, Jr., b. , m. --- , (2651), b. , d. . , d. , m. Mary

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(5300)

Thomas Richardson, Sr., b. , m. , d. , m. Katherine Durford, (5301), b. , d. , daughter of --- Durford and --- --- . There is a double descent from Thomas Richardson, Sr. His fifth child, Samuel Richardson I, (#1376, line #43) married Joanna --- , (#1377, Line #43. His seventh child, Thomas Richardson, Jr., (2650, line 1325) married Mary --- , (2651, line #1325. Thomas Richardson, Sr. is also numbered 2752, line #43. Katherine Durford, his wife, is also numbered 2753, line #43.

Line #1329

THE GIBSON LINE A branch of the Jemima Stearns Line (83)

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Rebecca Gibson, b. , m. , d. , m. Charles Stearns, (1328), and was his second wife. He was b. , to America 1630, m. (1),. m. (2) , d. . He m. (1) Hannah ---, b. , d. 1654 (?). John Gibson, b. d. . , m. , m. Rebecca ---, (2659), b. ,

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Line #1365

THE FOSTER LINE A branch of the Peabody Line (341)

(1365)

Mary Foster, b. 1618, m. (1), , to America 1635, m. (2) d. 1705, m. (1), a Mr. Wood, m. (2), Lieutenant Francis Peabody (1634), and she was his second wife. He was b. 1614, m. (2) , d. 1697 or 1698, son of Johnson Peabody and Isabel --- . Reginald Foster, b. 1595, to America 1638, m. (1), , m. (2), 1665, d. 1681, m. (1), Judith --- , (2731), b. , d. 1664, m. (2), Mrs. Sarah (---) Martin, b. , she m. (1), John Martin, she d. . Renald Foster.

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Numbers 1368 and 1369 Line #171

(1368) BENJAMIN SCOTT (1369) MARGARET --- . Benjamin Scott (#1368, line #171), lived at Braintree and Cambridge before settling at Rowley in 1651. He married --- , (#1369, line #171) who died Sept. 22, 1692. He died between June 6, 1671 and July 14, 1671. There was at least one child, a son: 1 JOHN SCOTT, (#684, line #171).

Numbers 1370 and 1371 Line #685

(1370) (1371)

SAMUEL DUNCAN MARY --- .

Samuel Duncan, (#1370, line #685) lived at Newbury in 1638, resided at Brookline in 1672 and at Roxbury in 1674. He married Mary --- , (#1371, line #681) and he died Nov. 19, 1693. There was at least one child, a daughter: 1 HANNAH DUNCAN, (#685, line #171).

Numbers 1376 and 1377 Line #43

(1376) (1377)

SAMUEL RICHARDSIN, I JOANNA ---

Samuel Richardson, I, (1376, line #43), son of Thomas Richardson, Sr., (#1752, line #43) and Katherine Durford, (#2753, line #43), was born in England, and was baptized there on Dec. 22, 1602. He came to America with two of his brothers, Ezekiel Richardson and the latter's wife, Susannah ---, and Thomas Richardson, Jr., (#2650, line #1325). They embarked at Yarmouth, England, Apr. 8, 1630 with Governor Winthrop and his fleet, in the “Arbella” and arrived at Salem, Mass. On June 12, 1630. He settled in Charlestown, Mass. In 1636 and he was one of the founders of and the largest land owner of Woburn, Mass. In 1640. He married Joanna ---, (#1377, line #43) and there was at least one child, a son: 1 SAMUEL RICHARDSON, II, (#688, line #43)

Numbers 1380 and 1381 Line #345

(1380) (1381)

LIEUTENANT JOHN RICHARDSON, SR. ELIZABETH BACON

Lieutenant John Richardson, Sr., (#1380, line #345) was baptized Nov. 12, 1639 at Charlestown, Mass. He married, (1), Oct. 22, 1658, Elizabeth Bacon, (#1381, line #345), born Jan. 4, 1641, a daughter of Michael Bacon, Jr., (#2762, line #1381) and one of his three wives, which one, I do not know. Lieutenant John Richardson, Sr. married (2), Oct. 29,1662, Mary Pierson, of Cambridge. He married, (3), Margaret Willing. He was a soldier in King Philip's War and he died Jan. 1, 1697, aged 56, according to his grave stone. There was at least one child, a son, by his first wife: 1 JOHN RICHARDSON, JR., (#690, line #345)

Line #1381 There is considerable doubt about this pedigree.

THE BACON LINE A branch of the Susannah Richardson Line (345)

(1381)

Elizabeth Bacon, b. 1641, m. 1658, d. , m. Lieutenant John Richardson, Sr., (1380), b. . He m (2), 1662, m. (3) , d. 1697. He m. (2) Mary Pierson, b. , d. , daughter of --- Pierson and --- --- . He m. (3) Margaret Willing, b. , d. . She was daughter of --- Willing and --- --- . Michael Bacon, Jr., b. about 1608, m. (1), , to America 16--, m. (2) , m. (3), 1710 ?, d. 1688, m. (1), Mary (---) Richardson, b. . She m. (1), Thomas Richardson and she died 1670. He m. (3), Mrs. Mary (Hayes) Noyes, daughter of Walter --- Haynes and --- --- and she was widow of --- Noyes. She d. . It is not known which of the three wives of Michael Bacon, Jr. was the mother of Elizabeth Bacon, (#1381). Michael Bacon, Sr., b. 1579, m. (1), 1607, to America 1633, returned to England 1633, m. , back to America 1640, d. 1648. m. (1), Grace Blowerses, b. d. , daughter of --- Blowerses and --- --- , m. (2), Alice --- , (5525), b. , d. 1647/8.

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Line #1393

THE MEAKINS LINE A branch of the Belknap Line (87)

(1393)

Hannah Meakins, b. 1647, m. , d. 1688, m. Joseph Belknap, (1392), b. before 1637, d. 1712, son of Abraham Belknap and --- --- . Thomas Meakins, b. (2787), b. , d. , m. . , d. , m. Sarah --- ,

(2786)

Line #1395

THE ATKINSON LINE (Adkinson, Atkeson)

(1395)

Jane Atkinson, b. , m. , d. , m. Thomas Cheney, (1394), b. , d. , son of William Cheney and Margaret --- . John Atkinson, Sr., b. about 1640, to America 1663, m. 1664, d. , m. Sarah Mirick (Meyrick, Merrick), (2791), b. 16-- , to America 1635, d. , daughter (probably) of John Mirick and Elizabeth --- . Note The Merrick (printed) Genealogy says that Sarah Mirick married John Atkinsin in 1646, but it is undoubtedly in error.

(2790)

Numbers 1396 and 1397 Line #34 1396) (1397) JOHN STEARNS, SR. MARY LOTHROP

John Stearns, Sr., (#1396, line #349) son of Isaac Stearns, Sr., (#2792, line #349) and Mary Barker, (#2793, line #349), was born Dec. 23,1631, probably at Watertown, Mass. He married, (1) Sarah Mixer and she died in 1656. He was married, (2), by Thomas Hinckley, probably the future Governor of Massachusetts, Dec. 20, 1656, to Mary Lothrop (Lathrop), (#1397, line #349). She was born or baptized Oct. 4, 1640, daughter of Thomas Lothrop, Sr., (#2794, line #1397) of Barnstable, and Mrs. Sarah (Linnell) Ewer, (#2795, line #1397). John Stearns, Sr. was her first husband and he died March 5, 1668/9. His widow married, (2), May 6, 1669, Captain William French, (b. 1604), who came from England in the “Defense” to Cambridge, Mass. In 1635. He was an original proprietor of Billerica, Mass. In 1652 he was an officer in King Philip's War and was a member of the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company. He served as a Representative to the Massachusetts General Court. He married, (1), in England, Elizabeth Godfrey and he died Nov. 20, 1681, aged 78. Captain William French and his second wife, Mrs. Mary (Lathrop) Stearns, had the following children: 1 2 3 4 Mary French, born Apr. 30, 1670, married Nathaniel Drinker. Sarah French, born Oct. 29, 1671, married Joseph Crosby. Abigail French, born April 14, 1673. Hannah French, born 1676, married John Child.

Mrs. Mary (Lothrop) Stearns French married (3), June 29, 1687, Isaac Mixer, Jr. of Watertown, Mass. Who came to America in the “Elizabeth” in 1634, and there was no issue. She was his third wife as he was her third husband. He died Nov. 22, 1718 and his widow was still living in 1735, aged 95. John Stearns, Sr. and his second wife, Mary Lothrop, had six children as follows: 1 2 3 4 5 6 John Stearns, Jr., born May, 1657. Isaac Stearns, born Apr. 17, 1659. Samuel Stearns, born Sept. 8, 1659 (?) ISAAC STEARNS, (#698, line #349) Nathaniel Stearns, born Nov. 30, 1663. Thomas Stearns, born Dec. 6, 1665

Line #1397 THE LOTHROP LINE (Lathrop, Lathropp, Laythrop, Laythrope, de Lowthrope) A branch of the Mary Josepha Lydia Stearns Line (349)

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Mary Lothrop, b. 1640, m. (1), m. (2), 1669, m. (3), 1687, d. after 1735. m. (1) John Stearns, (1396), b. 1631, d. 1668/9, son of Isaac Stearns, Sr. and Mary Barker. She m. (2) Captain William French, b. 1604, to America , d. 1681, son of --- French and --- --- . She m. (3), Isaac Mixer, Jr., b. , d. 1716, son of Isaac Mixer, Sr. and --- --- . Thomas Lothrop, Sr., b. 1621, m. 1639, to America , d. 1701, m. Mrs. Sarah (Linnell or Lynnell) Ewer, (2795), his cousin, baptized 1604 or 1607, m. (1), 1623/4, to America 1635, m. (2), 1639, d. , daughter of Robert Linnell and Penninah Howse (House). Rev. John Lothrop, b. 1584, m. (1), 1610, to America 1634, m. (2) , d. 1653, m. (1), Hanna Howse (House), (5589), b. , 1623, daughter of Rev. John Howse and --- --- . m. (2), --- --- , b. , d. . Thomas Lothrop, b. , m. , d. , m. Mary Salte, (11177), b. , d. , daughter of Robert Salte and --- --- . Robert Lathrop, b. b. , d. . , m. , d. , m. Ellen ---, (22353,

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For details of the last two entries, see next page.

The ancestry of the Rev. John Lothrop, (#5588, line #1397) is in considerable doubt. The information given below is the best available at the time of writing (December, 1935). It is doubtful if a proven lineage is ever worked out, as genealogists of note disagree. “G. H. R. D.” in the Boston Transcript of Feb. 18, 1929, says that the father of Rev. John Lothrop, (#5588, line #1397), was: Thomas Lathrop, who married Mary --- , and that HIS father was: Robert Lathrop, who married Ellen --- , and that HIS father was: Robert de Lowthrop. “History of Middlesex County”, by W. R. Cutter, agrees with the first two lines above, but claims that the third line should be: John Lathrop. “The Sterling Genealogy” says that the father of the Rev. John Lathrop (#5588, line #1397) was: Thomas Lathrop who was of Bramshall of Leighe, Staffordshire, and that he married Mary Salte. Mary Salte was a daughter of Robert Salte (of Yoxall and Gauch) and his wife, who was a daughter of John Saint Andrews of Gotham, county of Nottingham, and that Thomas Lathrop's father was: Michael Lathrop. “Genealogical Memoirs of the Lo-Lathrop Families”, by Rev. E. B. Huntington, says that Rev. John Lathrop, (#5588, line #1397), was a son of: Thomas Lathrop, who resided at Etton in the Wapentake of Harthill, East Riding of Yorkshire; married Mary Salte; and that HIS father was: Robert Lathrop and that HIS father was: John Lathrop of the Parish of Cherry Burton.

Numbers 1398 and 1399 Line #699

(1398) (1399)

JOSEPH MERRIAM, JR. SARAH STONE

Joseph Merriam, Jr., (#1398, line #699), born in England in 1629, came to America and removed from Concord to Lexington. He married, July 12, 1653, at Concord, Sarah Stone, (#1399, line #699), a daughter of Deacon Gregory Stone, (#2798, line #1399) and --- --- , (#2799, line #1399). There was at least one child, a daughter: 1 MARY MERRIAM, (#699, line #349).

Line #1399

THE STONE LINE A branch of the Merriam Line (699) (1399) Sarah Stone, b. , m. 1653, d. , m. Joseph Merriam, Jr., (1398), b. 1629, to America 1629, d. , son of Joseph Merriam, Sr. and Sarah Goldstone. Deacon Gregory Stone, b. , m. , to America 16--, d. m. --- --- , (2799(, b. , d. . ,

(1298)

Numbers 2048 and 2049 Line #1

(2048) (1039)

REV. JOHN MERRICK --- ---

Rev. John Merrick, (#2048, line #1), fifth son of Maurice ap Llewellyn, (#4096, line #1) and Margaret, (#4097, line #1), daughter of Roland, was born about 1513. He was Rector of Llandegai (Llandachya-”Burke”.) Liandegai is just outside of Bangor, about 1-1/2 miles north, in Wales. Llanleschid is five miles south of Bangor. It is said the Rev. John Merrick was first in the Navy which he left to enter the ministry. He left three recorded children, to wit: 1 WILLIAM MERRICK, (#1024, line #1). 2 Gwain Merrick. 3 Maud Merrick, who married a Mr. Powell.

Numbers 2560 and 2561 Line #5 (2560) (2561) JOHN HATHAWAY, SR. MARTHA SHEPHERD

John Hathaway, Sr., (#2560, line #5), son of Nicholas Hathaway, (#5120, line #5) and --- --- , (#5121, line #5), was born about 1629 in England, or possibly in Wales. Came to America in 1639 with his father ( and probably his mother) at the age of about ten years. They landed at Boston, removing to Taunton about 1639 or 1640. Bristol County Records, vol. II, says “John Hathaway made the declaration that his knowledge of the boundaries and occupation of certain portions of the town extended as far back as 1639 or 1640”. He was about ten years of age at that period, as, according to another diposition in the same volume, a statement he made in relation to his age, shows that he must have been born in 1629. He took the Oath of Fidelity in 1657 and in 1658 he is recorded as having “seven heads in his family”. He was made a freeman in 1670 and according to Colonial laws, “none could be admitted as freemen but such as were 21 years of age, and had the testimony of their neighbors that they were of sober and peaceable conversation, orthodox in the fundmentals of religion, and such as had 20 pounds ratable estate at least in the Government”. In 1652 John Hathaway, Sr. and the brother, James Leonard (#2588, line #647) and Henry Leonard, built the first iron foundry in Plymouth County at Taunton, Mass., called the Leonard Iron Works. In 1671 in consideration of 52 pounds, he purchased the 18th lot of the Freetown lands and thereupon established his eldest son, John Hathaway, Jr., who became one of the leading citizens of that locality. In 1676 John Hathaway, Sr. was elected Constable. Of this position, Colonial history says, “the office of Constable was one of great responsibility and power, as representing the civil government and being the chief exponent of the law”. In 1680 he was elected a Deputy to the Plymouth General Court and served for five successive years. He is mentioned many times in the Plymouth Court Records as serving on the Grand Jury and as being administrator of estates. In 1696 and 1697 he was a representative to the Massachusetts General Court (Legislature) and with this, his public services end. His home was in that part of Berkley known as “The Farms”. The dwelling house was situated towards the north, where, as the deed specifies, the land abuts “on the Great River”. The place is designated by an iron tablet erected in 1889 by the Old Colony Historical Society. John Hathaway, Sr. married (1), in 1649 in Braintree at the age of 20, Martha Shepherd (#2561, line #5), daughter of John Shepard, Jr. (#5122, line #2560, and Margaret Squire Shepherd (5123, line #2561), and it is probable that she was the mother of all his six

children. She died after 1683. He married (2), Ruth ---, who died in 1705. John Hathaway, Sr. also died in 1705. The six children are listed in the order of their birth: 1 2 3 4 JOHN HATHAWAY, JR., (#1280, line #5), born Aug. 16, 1650. Abraham Hathaway, married Rebecca Wilbore; he died in 1725. Isaac Hathaway, born 1655; married Mary Pitts; he died in 1722. Ephrium Hathaway, born 1661; married Elizabeth Talbot and he died in 1718. 5 Abigale Hathaway, married James Phillips and she died in 1690. 6 Rebecca Hathaway, married Jural Talbot and she died in 1742.

Line #2561

THE MARTHA SHEPHERD LINE A branch of the Hathaway Line (5)

(2561)

Martha Shepherd, b. , m. 1649, d. , m. John Hathaway, Sr., (2560), b. about 1629, d. 1705, son of Nicholas Hathaway and --- --- . John Sheperd, Jr., b. about 1599, m. , to America 1635, d. , m. Margaret Squire, (5123), b. , d. , daughter of Henry Squire and --- --- . John Shepherd, Sr., b. , m. about 1600 (?), d. m. Rebecca Waller, (10245), b. , d. . Thomas Shepherd. William Shepherd. ,

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Numbers 2564 and 2565 Line #641 (2564) (2565) WILLIAM CHASE, SR. MARY --- .

William Chase, Sr., (#2564, line #641). The following are brief extracts from “Some of the Descendants of William Chase of Rosbury and Yarmouth, Mass.” contributed by John Carroll Chase of Derry, N.H., as compiled for him by George Walter Chamberlain, M.S., of Malden, Mass. Published in the January 1933 number of the N.E. Hist. & Gen. Reg., vol. LXXXVII. Some additional data from other sources has been added, including Savage and the Compendium. William Chase, Sr. was born in England about 1600. He was a carpenter by trade. He married in England before 1627, Mary ---, (#2565, line #641) and they had a son, William Chase, Jr., who was born to them in England in 1622 according to one record, but another record says “as early as 1627”. They came to America with Winthhrop (later to become Governor) and his fleet in 1630 and settled at Roxbury, Mass. He also lived at Yarmouth where all but his first child were born. He was the first of the Chase name to settle in New England. William Chase, Sr. and his family lived at Roxbury from 1630 to 1638; and the following information about him and his family has been copied from the records of the church at Roxbury, kept by Rev. John Eliot: “William Chase, he came with the first company, 1630; he brought one child, his son William, a child of ill qualities, and a sore affliction to his parents. He was much afflicted by the long and tedious affliction of his wife; and after his wife's recovery she bare him a daughter, who they named Mary borne aboute the middle of the 3rd month (May) 1637. He did after remove (intending) to Scituate, but after went with a company who maide a new plantation at Yarmouth.” (Roxbury Church Records, pp. 73-74). “Mary Chase, the wife of William Chase. She had a paralitik humor wich fell into her backbone, so yet she could not stir her body, but as she was lifted, and filled her with great torture, & caused her backbone to go out of joynt, & bunch out from the beginning to the end of wich infirmity she lay 4 years & a halfe, & a great part of the time a sad spectakle of misery: But it pleased God to raise her againe, & she bore children after it.” (Ib., p. 75). William Chase was named, Oct. 19, 1630, among those (who desire to be made freemen;” and he was made a freeman of the Massachusetts Bay

Colony on May 14, 1634. (Reg. Vol. 3, pp. 90, 92). “In 1639 he moved to Yarmouth on Cape Cod, was appointed constable for the town of Yarmouth by the General Court of the Plymouth Colony, Mar. 5, 1638/9, and took the oath of office June 4, 1639.” (Plymouth Colony Records, vol. 1, pp. 118, 125). “His life at Yarmouth was not a peaceful one . . . (was censured for certain actions, disagreements – evidently inclined to be self-important – brief authority). Carpenter by trade . . built house for Dr. Thomas Starr which was sold to Andrew Hallet. (Swift's History of Yarmouth, p. 29) in 1642 mortgaged to Stephen Hopkins (Mayflower Pilgrim) as security for debt of 5 pounds “his house and lands in Yarmouth containing eight acres of upland and six acres more laying at the Stony Cove.” (Plymouth Colony Deeds, vol. 1, p. 83). At the General Court held at Plymouth, June 6, 1654, the Great Enquest” presented “William Chase, Senr. Of Yarmouth for driving one pair of oxen in the yoke upon the Lords day, in time of exercise, about five miles.” (Ib. vol. 3, p. 52). “The estate of John Derby of Yarmouth was indebted to William Chase, Feb. 22, 1655 (Mayflower Desc. Vol. 14, p. 112). William Chase was a surveyor of highways in Yarmouth 1657. Will dated May 4, 1659 and witnessed by Richard Hoar and Mary Dennis: To my son BENJAMINE . . . one heifer calfe and 2 steer calves. “To my son William who hath had of mee alreddy a good portion the sume of five shillings . . . All the rest . . . to Mary, my wife . . at her death she was to dispose of one-third as she desired, the other 2/3 to go to Benjamin. Inventory follows . . . before Governor Thomas Prence. Mary Chase died on or before Oct. 6, 1659 when the division of the estate was made. Inquest followed – natural death. There were three children, listed in the order of their birth: 1 William Chase, Jr., born in England “as early as 1627”, although one reference states that he was born in 1622. He died at Yarmouth Feb. 27, 1684/5. He married, (1) about 1644, --- ; married (2) --- ---. Said to have had 4 children by each wife and that his second wife was Elizabeth Holder, but this has been proved to have been impossible in a comparison of ages . . . She was born in 1664 in Newport, R.I. No other Holder family has been found in New England before 1700. William Chase, Jr. was “a child of ill qualitys, & a sore affliction to his parents.” From Record of General Court held at Plymouth, Mar. 6, 1654/5: “William Chase, Junr. For goeing into the house of Richard Berry and taking away by violence a p'cell of flax and a smale p'cell of hose yarns, was sentenced to sitt in the stockes an houre on a training day att Yarmouth.” (vol. 3, p. 74). He lived near Herring river, on the East side of Bass river in Old Yarmouth, in the part which is now either Dennis or Harwich. His estate settled by order of the General Court June 2, 1685. His children: 1 William Chase III, probably by his father's first wife; born at Yarmouth about 1645. He lived at Portsmouth, R.I., Dartmouth, Freetown and Swansea. He married, (1), at Portsmouth, Hannah Sherman (b. Feb. 1647/8), one of the thirteen children of the

Honorable Philip Sherman, (#2566, line #1283) and Sarah (Odding) Sherman, (#2567, line #1283), who were our emigrant ancestors. William Chase III married, (2), at Portsmouth, Dec. 6, 1732, Priscilla Perry. His will was dated Jan. 23, 1732/3 and he died at Portsmouth in 1737 (before Aug. 16). He had six children by his first wife. 2 Jacob Chase, probably by his father's first wife, was born about 1647 at Yarmouth and he married Mary Hall. He died at Swansea. 3 Jacob Chase, probably by his father's first wife, was born Apr. 6, 1649, at Yarmouth. He married, 1669, Elisabeth Baker, daughter of Francis Baker and Isabel (Twining) Baker, of Yarmouth. 4 Elizabeth Chase, probably by her father's first wife, was born before 1656 at Yarmouth and married May 27, 1674, Daniel Baker, son of Francis Baker and Isabel (Twining) Baker of Yarmouth. 5 Abraham Chase, probably by his father's second wife, was born at Yarmouth and married Elizabeth ---; and he died at Tiverton, R.I. 6 Joseph Chase, probably by his father's second wife, was born at Yarmouth about 1673. He lived at Portsmouth, R.I. He married Sarah Sherman, a daughter of Sampson (or Samson) Sherman, Sr. and Isabel (or Isabella) Tripp (or Trip). Sampson Sherman, Sr. was one of the thirteen children of the Honerable Philip Sherman, (#2566, line #1283) and Sarah (Odding) Sherman, (#2567, line #1283), who were our emigrant ancestors. Joseph Chase and Sarah (Sherman) Chase, his wife, were members of the Society of Friends. 7 Benjamin Chase, probably by his father's second wife, was born at Yarmouth, lived at Portsmouth, R.I. And at Tiverton (then in Mass., but since 1747 in Rhode Island). He married at Portsmouth, Nov. 21, 1696, Amie Borden, daughter of John Borden and Mary (Earle) Borden. Amie Borden was born at Portsmouth, May 30, 1678, and died at Freetown of the Society of Friends. 8 Samuel Chase, probably by his father's second wife, was born at Yarmouth, lived at Portsmouth, R.I. And at Swansea. He married at Portsmouth, 1699, Sarah Sherman, (b, at Portsmouth) Apr. 10, 1682), a daughter of Samuel Sherman and Martha (Tripp) Sherman. Samuel Sherman was one of the thirteen children of the Honorable Philip Sherman, (#2566, line #1283), who were our emigrant ancestors. Samuel Chase died before 1758. He and his wife at at least one child, a daughter: 1 Martha Chase, who married Ezekiel Fowler, son of Samuel Fowler and Hannah Bowen who was a daughter of Samuel Bowen. Ezekiel Fowler died at Salem in 1736 and his widow married, (2) Samuel Bowen in 1749. He was, undoubtedly, a relative of her first husband's mother. 2 Mary Chase, born about May 15, 1637; buried at Barnstable or at Yarmouth,

as “daughter of Goodman Chase, ye elder,” buried Oct. 28, 1652. (Reg. Vol. 9, p. 286). 3 BENJAMIN CHASE, SR. (#1282, line #641).

Line #2567

THE ODDING LINE A branch of the Sherman Line (1283)

(2567)

Sarah Odding, b. , to America , m. , d. , m. Hon. Philip Sherman, (2536), b. 1610, to America 1633 or 1634, m. , d. 1687, son of Samuel Sherman and Phillippa (or Phillipa) Ward-Upcher ( or Upcher-Ward). George Odding, b. , m. d. , m. Margaret ---, (5135), b. , m. (2) John Porter and she d. .

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Numbers 2566 and 2567 Line #1283 (2566) (2567) THE HONORABLE PHILIP SHERMAN SARAH ODDING

The Honorable Philip Sherman, (#2566, line #1283, son of Samuel Sherman, (#5132, line #1283) and Phillipa (or Phillipa) Ward-Upcher (or Upcher-Ward), (#5133, line #1283), was born Feb. 5, 1609 or 1610 in England and came to America in 1633 single man, and settled at Roxbury, Mass. He was appointed a freeman May 14, 1634, his name being first on the list of freemen after that of Governor Haynes. During the Anne Hutchinson troubles in Boston he took the popular side but Governor Winthrop prevailed and Philip Sherman was disarmed in November, 1637, and was banished from the Colony a year later. He found it convenient to move to what is now the state of Rhode Island which Roger Williams who at that time (1637) was at Providence, advised purchasing from the Indians and that purchase was completed Mar. 24, 1638. On July 1, 1639 a regular government was established of which Coddington was chosen Governor and Philip Sherman was made Secretary (and possibly, Recorder) of what was called the Providence Plantation”. After this he frequently held office in the Colony, and having intelligence, wealth and influence, was considered and consulted by those in authority. Early records left by him show him to be an educated man. “He was a devout, but determined man”. In remaining in Rhode Island he left the Congregational Church and joined the Society of Friends. He was a member of the Court of Commissioners, 1656; Deputy to the General Court (Legislature), 1665-1667 and member of the Council during King Philip's War. He married in America, Sarah Odding, (#2567, line #1283), a daughter of George Odding and Margaret --- . George Odding died and his widow married, (2) John Porter. Sarah Odding was born in Dedham, England. There were thirteen children of whom I have a record of six. They are not listed in the order of their birth. Phillipi (or Philippi) Sherman, our ancestor, was the thirteenth and last child. 1 Samson Sherman, Sr., born 1642 at Portsmouth, Rhode Island and died in 1720; married Isabel (or Isabella) Tripp (or Trip) on Mar. 4, 1675. She was born in 1657 and died in 1716. She was a daughter of John Tripp (or Trip). Savage lists six children and gives them in the

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following order: 1 Philip Sherman, born Jan. 16, 1676. 2 Sarah Sherman, born Sept. 24, 1677; married Joseph Chase of Portsmouth, R.I. He was a son of William Chase, Jr. who was a son of William Chase, Sr., (#2564, line #641), our emigrant ancestor. 3 Alice Sherman, born Jan. 12, 1680. 4 Samson Sherman, Jr., born Jan. 28, 1682. 5 Abiel Sherman, born Oct. 15, 1684. 6 Job Sherman, born Nov. 8, 1687; married Bridget Gardiner and he died in 1747. Among other children they had: 1 Isabel Sherman, (1717-1753); married John Watson, (17101791), in 1736 and she was his second wife. John Sherman, (1644-1734); married Sarah Spooner and they had, among other children: 1 Philip Sherman, (died 1740), married Hannah Wilson and they had, among others, a son: 1 Jabez Sherman, (1704-1774), a Lieutenant in the British Navy. He married Jedidah Hawes. Sarah Sherman, married Thomas Mumford, (1625-1692) who came to Portsmouth, R.I. From England about 1650, purchased land and settled at South Kingston, near Point Judah, R.I. In 1655. Samuel Sherman, married Martha Tripp who was born at Portsmouth, R.I. In 1648 and she was one of thirteen children as also her husband . Among other children they had a daughter: 1 Sarah Sherman, born at Portsmouth, Apr. 10, 1682; married, 1699, Samuel Chase who was a son of William Chase, Jr. who was a son of William Chase, Sr., (#2564, line #641) and May --- . (#2565, line #641), our emigrant ancestors. Samuel Chase died before 1758. There was at least one child, a daughter: 1 Martha Chase, married Ezekiel Fowler son of Samuel Fowler and Hannah Bowen who was a daughter of Samuel Bowen. Ezekiel Fowler died about 1736 at Salem and his widow married, (2) Samuel Bowen who was, undoubtedly a relative of her first husband's mother. Hanna Sherman, born Feb. 1647/8. She married William Chase, III and was his first wife. He was a son of William Chase, Jr. and the latter's first wife. William Chase, Jr. was a son of William Chase, Sr., (#2564, line #641), our emigrant ancestor. William Chase III married, (2) at Portsmouth, R.I., Dec. 6, 1732, Priscilla Perry. He died at Dartmouth in 1737 (before Aug. 16) and his will was dated Jan. 23, 1732/3. He had six children by his first wife. PHILLIPI ( or PHILIPPI) SHERMAN, (#1283, line #641).

Numbers 2588 and 2589 Line #647

(2588) (2589)

JAMES LEONARD, SR. MARY MARTIN

James Leonard, Sr., (#2588, line #647), a son of Judge Thomas Leonard, (#5176, line #647) and Lydia White, (#5177, line #647), was born in England and was in Providence, Rhode Island in 1645. With his brother, Henry Leonard, he built the first iron foundry in Plymouth Colony, at Taunton, Mass. In 1652. John Hathaway, Sr., (#2560, line #5) is on record as aiding in the establishment of the foundry, known as the Leonard Iron Works. Annually, for over a hundred years the ore was dug and “charcoal iron” was made which passed for currency. This ore was mined within a half mile of the works and yielded abut 25% iron and 75% useless material-dross. James Leonard, Sr. defended his garrison house in King Philip's War. He married, (1) Mary Martin, (#2589, line #647), by whom it is thought, all of his children were born. He married, (2), Margaret --and he died in 1691. There were several children by his first wife, of whom I have a record of 3 sons. 1 Benjamin Leonard, resided at Taunton, Mass.; married Sarah Thresher and they had, among other children, a son: 1 Joseph Leonard, (1693-1775); resided at Taunton and Middleboro; married --- Harver (or Hodges). 2 THOMAS LEONARD, (#1294, line #647). 3 Captain James Leonard, Jr., born about 1643, died about 1726; lived at Taunton, Mass.; married (2), Lydia Gulliver, (1659-1705).

Line #2591

THE HICKS LINE A branch of the Watson Line (1295)

(2591)

Phoebe (Phebe) Hicks, b. , m. , d. , m. George Watson, (2590), b. , d. , son of --- Watson and --- --- . Robert Hicks, b. , m. (1), 1596, m. (2), 1610, to America 1621, d. 1647, m. (1), Margaret Morgan, b. d. 1607, daughter of --- Morgan and --- --- , m. (2), Margaret Winslow, b. , to America 1622, d. , daughter of --- Winslow and --- ---. I do not know which of these two wives was the mother of Phoebe (Phebe) Hicks. ,

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Numbers 2592 and 2593 Line #81

(2592) (2593)

ROGER WILLINGTON MARY PALGRAVE

Willington - “This family claims descent from the youngest son of the very ancient and noble family of Willington of Umberleigh, county Devon, England; afterwards of Castle Willington, county Tipperary, Ireland.” Roger Willington, (#2592, line #81) was born about 1609 or 1610 in England. He was one of the first settlers of Watertown, Mass. The family name was spelled “Willington” in England and in Ireland, and was so spelled by Roger Willington, which is proved by his signature; and was so spelled by our branch of the family, but the eastern branch changed it to “Wellington”, beginning with Roger Willington's children. Roger Willington's first home was on the site of Mt. Auburn cemetery. He was a planter; was a selectman many times from 1678 to 1691, meetings being recorded as held at “Father Willington's”. He was admitted a freeman in 1690, the same day as were two of his sons, Benjamin and Palgrave. He married about 1637, Mary Palgrave, (#2593, line #81) (also spelled “Palsgrave”, a daughter of Dr. Richard Palgrave, (#5186, line #2593) and Ann Harris, (#5187, line #2593). Roger Willington died Mar. 11, 1698 and left a “good estate”. There were six children, listed by Savage in the following order: 1 John Wellington, note change in spelling of last name), born July 25, 1638; lived in Cambridge; married Susannah Straight, a daughter of Captain Thomas Straight; probably had no children. Bond says he was a freeman in 1677, but this means no more than that he took the Oath of Allegiance, for he was not admitted a freeman. He made his will Jan. 4, 1715, and died Aug. 23, 1726. His widow died Jan. 27, 1729. 2 Mary Wellington, born Feb. 10, 1641; married, (1), May 21, 1662, Henry Maddock; she married, (2), Sept. 16, 1679, John Coolidge, (1604-1691), a son of William Coolidge of Cottenham, Cambridge, England. John Coolidge came from England to Watertown, Mass.

About 1630; freeman, 1636; selectman, 1639 and later; Deputy to the Massachusetts General Court, 1658. Mrs. Mary (Wellington) Maddock and her second husband, John Coolidge, had at least one child, a son: 1 Simon Coolidge, (1632-1693); married, (1), Hannah Barron. He married, (2), Priscilla Rogers. There was at least one child, but I don't know which wife was the mother of: 1 Obadiah Coolidge, Sr., (1663-1706); married Elizabeth Rouse of Hartford, Conn. And they had: 1 Obadiah Coolidge, Jr., (1695-1741); married Rachel Goddard of Watertown, and they had: 1 Josiah Coolidge, (1718-1780); married Mary --- and they had: 1 Calvin Coolidge, (1780-1853); married, 1814, Sarah Thompson and they had: 1 Calvin Gelusha Coolidge, (18151878); married, 1844, Sarah Almeda Brewer, and they had: l Colonel John Calvin Coolidge (184-1925), of Plymouth, Vt.; married, 1868, Victoria Josephine, (1846-1885), daughter of Hiram D. Moore, they had: 1 Calvin Coolidge, born July 4, 1872, at Plymouth, Vt.; A. B. Amherst, 1895; admitted to the bar, 1897; was councilman, city solicitor and clerk of Courts at Northampton, Mass., and Mayor, 1910 and 1911; member of Mass. General Court, 1907-1908; Massachusetts Senate, 1914-1915; Lieutenant Governor, 1917-1918, and Governor two terms, 1919, 1920; Vice President of the United States upon the death of President Harding, Aug. 2, 1923, elected President of the United States for term, Mar. 4, 1925 to Mar. 4, 1929. after retiring from the Presidency, he removed to Northampton, Mass. where he died. His widow is (1936) still living. He married Oct. 4, 1905, Grace Anna Goodhue (b. Jan. 9, 1879, only child of Andrew J. Goodhue, 1848-1923) and Caroline B. Amdrews. Calvin Coolidge and his wife, Grace Anna (Goodhue) Coolidge, had: 1 John Coolidge, b. Northampton, Mass. Sept. 7, 1906. 2 Calvin Coolidge, Jr., born Apr. 13, 1908, died July 7, 1924.

2 Abbie G. Coolidge, (187-1890). 3 Joseph Wellington was born Oct. 9, 1643; married, 1, Sarah --- who died Feb. 5, 1684, leaving no children. He married, (2), June 6, 1684, Elizabeth Straight, youngest daughter of Captain Thomas Straight. Elizabeth was a sister of Susannah Straight who married John Wellington, the first child of Roger Willington. Joseph Wellington took the Oath of Allegiance in 1677 and he died Oct. 30, 1714. There were four children by the second marriage. 4 BENJAMIN WELLINGTON, (#1296, line #81). 5 Oliver Wellington was born Nov. 3, 1646; took the Oath of Allegiance in 1677; married, late in life, Mrs. Ann (Bridge) Livermore, widow of Samuel Livermore and a daughter of Mathew Bridge. Oliver Wellington died Aug. 30, 1727 and his wife died Aug. 28, 1727 just two days previous to her husband's death. 6 Palgrave Wellington was born in 1653; lived in Watertown; married, Jan. 29, 169-, Sarah Bond, a daughter of William Bond. She bore her husband no children and she died young. Palgrave Wellington was a Physician; was made a freeman the same day in 1690 as was his father, Roger Willington and his brother, Benjamin Wellington. Palgrave Wellingnton died Oct. 22, 1715.

Line #2593

THE PALGRAVE LINE (or Palsgrave) A branch of the Willington Line (81)

(2593)

Mary Palgrave, b. , m. about 1637, d. , m. Roger Willington, (2592), b. 1609 or 1610, d. 1698, son of --- Willington and --- --- . Dr. Richard Palgrave, b. , to America 1630, m. , d. , m. Ann Harris, (5187), b. d. , daughter of --- Harris and --- --- . Rev. Edward Palgrave, b. , m. , d. , m. --- --- , (10373), b. , d. . He was Rector of Barnham Boom, County Norfolk, England, about 1540. Henry Palgrave, b. , m. , d. , m. Anna Glenham, (20745), b. , d. , daughter of John Glenham and Eleanor Brandon. Note: From John Glenham (of Glenham), lines run off to Edmund Fitzalan, Earl of Arundel; William de Warren, Earl of Surrey; William de Bohum, Earl of Hereford; King John of England; King Henry III of England; King Edward I of England and King Louis I of France. John Pagrave (of Pagrave), b. , m. Margaret Yelverton, (41489), b. of --- Yelverton and --- --- . , d. , d. , m. , daughter

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John Pagrave, b. , m. , d. , m. --- Sturmer, (82977) b. , d. , daughter of --- Sturmer and --- --- .

(165952) John Pagrave (of Pagrave), b. , m. , d. , m. Sibil Hethersett, (165953), b. , d. , daughter of --Hethersett and --- --- .

Numbers 2594 and 2595 Line #1297

(2594) (2595)

THOMAS SWOETMAN, SR. ISABEL ---

Thomas Swoetman, Sr., (#2594, line #1297) was born in England in 1609 and came to America about 1645. He was a weaver. The name, Swoetman, Sweetman or Swetman, and variously spelled, is Flemish. England introduced master weavers from the Netherlands along in the 1500's., the Swoetman family among them. Thomas Swoetman, Sr. lived in Cambridge, Mass., a suburb of Boston, on the present site of Harvard College and he died Jan. 8, 1682, aged 72. His wife was Isabel --- , (#2595, line #1297) and she received alms from the church from 1691 (nine years after her husband's death) until the day of her death, Dec. 12, 1709, a period of about 18 years. No explanation can be found for this situation and it seems strange in view of the fact that she had several children living at the time of her death, who were of adult age. Thomas Swoetman was a freeman, dated, according to Savage, May 2, 1638, but as this date is before he is recorded as having come to America, it is thought to be in error, unless the date of his arrival, “about 1645” is incorrect. There were at least six children, and Savage says, “there may also be three other children”. All were baptized except Thomas Swoetman, Jr., (fifth child). Savage lists the children in the following order: 1 2 3 4 ELIZABETH SWOETMAN, (#1297, line #81). Rebecca Swoetman, born Apr. 2, 1649; married Michael Spencer. Mahitable Swoetman, born about 1650. Sarah Swoetman, born May 2, 1654; married, Jan. 9, 1674, Joshua Treadway. 5 Thomas Swoetman, Jr., born Jan. 16, 1656; lived only a few days and was not baptized. 6 Rhamah Swoetman, born Mar. 28, 1657. The three other children mentioned by Savage: 1 Samuel Swoetman, born Apr. 19, 1659. 2 Bethia Swoetman, born July 7, 1661; married James Hewes of Boston. 3 Hepzibah Swoetman, baptized June 19, 1666; died Jan. 8, 1683, aged 73 (?) years.

Numbers 2596 and 2597 Line #649

(2596) (2597)

JOSEPH MORSE, JR. HANNAH PIERCE

Joseph Morse, Jr., (2596, line #649), son of Joseph Morse, Sr., (#5192, line #649) and Deborah ( or Dorothy) --- , (#5193, line #649), was born about 1610 in England. He embarked at Ipswich, England, in Apr., 1634 on the ship, “Elizabeth” and was a fellow passenger with an ancestor of ours, Deacon Thomas Hastings, (#2616, line #327) and his first wife, Susan ---. Joseph Morse, Jr. was appointed a freeman May 6, 1635. He married Hannah Pierce, (#2597, line #649), daughter of John Pierce, (#5194, line #2597) and Elizabeth --- , (#5195, line #2597). Joseph Morse, Jr. died Mar. 4, 1690. There was at least one child, a son: 1 JONATHAN MORSE, (#1298, line #649).

Line #2597

THE PIERCE LINE A branch of the Morse Line (649) (2597) Hannah Pierce, b. , m. , d. , m. Joseph Morse, Jr., (2596), b. about 1610, d. 1690, son of Joseph Morse, Sr. and Deborah (or Dorothy) --- . John Pierce, b. 1588, to America 1637, m. , d. 1661, m. Elizabeth ---, (5195), b. 1601, to America 16--, d. 1666.

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Numbers 2598 and 2599 Line #1299

(2598) (2599)

WILLIAM SHATTUCK, SR. SUSANNA (OR SUSANNAH) ---

William Shattuck, Sr., (#2598, line #1299) was born in 1621 or 1622 in England and was a weaver. He came to America in 1642 and settled in Watertown, Mass. He married, 1642, aged about 20, Susanna (or Susannah) --- , (#2599, line #1299) and he died Aug. 14, 1672, about 50 years of age, or as Savage has it, 58. In his will, dated 11 days before his death, he spelled his name “Shathock” and he named all of his ten children in the document. His widow married, (2), Nov. 18, 1673, Richard Norcross and she was his second wife. She died Dec. 11, 1686. The ten children are listed by Savage in the following order: 1 Susanna (or Susannah) Shattuck, born 1643; married, Apr. 12, 1661, Joseph Morse; married, (2), July 5, 1678, John Fay; married, (3) William Brigham. 2 MARY SHATTUCK, (#2621, line #655). 3 John Shattuck, born Feb. 11, 1647. 4 Philip Shattuck, born 1648. 5 Joanna Shattuck, never married; died Feb. 4, 1673. 6 William Shattuck, Jr., born 1653. 7 Rebecca Shattuck, born 1655; married, Feb. 7, 1672, Samuel Church. 8 ABIGAIL SHATTUCK, (#1299, line #649). 9 Benjamin Shattuck, died young. 10 Samuel Shattuck, born Feb. 28, 1666.

Numbers 2608 and 2609 Line #163

(2608) (2609)

JOHN WARREN, JR. MARGARET ---

John Warren, Jr., (2608, line #163), son of John Warren, Sr. of Nayland, county Suffolk, England, and his first wife, Elizabeth Scarlett, was born in England in 1585 and she was baptized Aug. 1, 1585 in the town of his birth. He came to America in the “Arbella”, embarking Apr. 8, 1630 at Yarmouth, England and arrived at Salem, Mass. June 12, 1630. The “Arbella” was a member ship in the fleet under the command of Sir Richard Saltonstall. John Warren, Jr. was about 45 when he came to America. Soon after arriving here he worked with Abraham Browne, (#1310, line #655), another of our ancestors. He settled at Watertown, Mass.; was appointed a freeman Apr. 18, 1631 and was chosen a Selectman from 1636 to 1640. He married Margaret ---, (#2609, line #163) who died Nov. 6, 1662 and she is thought to be the mother of all his children. Savage says that John Warren, Jr. came to America with his wife in 1630, and with their four children (daughters), but he fails to give their names, although he does name one daughter and two sons who were born, he says, before 1630 in England. Savage also says that their daughter, Elizabeth, was born in America, but he gives no date; and he also states that there may have been more than four children although he can find no record of any more births or deaths. Late in life John Warren, Jr. came under the censure of the laws unwisely leveled at dissension from the religious course of the major part of the inhabitants, and Bond informs us that proceedings were taken against him in 1651, 1654 and 1661. In 1651 he and Thomas Arnold were each fined 20 shillings for an offense against the laws concerning banishment. He was independent, harbored Quakers, etc. In 1654 he was fined for neglect of public worship 14 sabbaths, 3 pounds, 10 shillings. Mar. 14, 1658 or 1659 he was to be warned for not attending public worship, “but old Warren was not to be found in town”. In 1661 the house of “Old Warren” and Goodman Hammond were ordered to be searched for Quakers; but finally he died in peace on Dec. 13, 1667, aged 82. He had a good estate in lands in Watertown, Mass. Their children: 1 MARY WARREN, (#1333, line #333). 2 Captain John Warren, III, born in Nayland, county Suffolk, England, in 1622

and came to America with his parents in 1630 in the “Arbella”. He settled at Watertown and was a freeman in 1645; married, July 11, 1667, Mrs. Mary (Jennison) Bloise (Compendium gives her name as “Michal Jenison”), who was born in 1640 and died in 1713. She was a daughter of Robert Jennison and the widow of Richard Bloise. John Warren, III, was a Captain in the Indian Wars and he died in 1703. There was at least one child, a son: 1 John Warren, IV, born 1678, died 1726 or 1728; married Abigail Hastings who was born in 1679 and died in 1710. They had at least one child, a son: 1 Samuel Warren, born 1704 and died in 1775; married Tabitha Stone who was born in 1702 and died in 1765. They had at least one child, a son: l Joseph Warren, (1745-1808); married Lois Lyon, (1746-1816), and they had at least one child, a son: 1 John Warren, (1767-1828); married Susannah Grout, (1780-1837), a daughter of Jonathan Grout, and they had at least one child, a daughter: 1 Sarah Elizabeth Warren, (1820-1897); married John Warren Mason, (1814-1866) who came from Roscrae, Ireland to Boston. 3 DANIEL WARREN, (#1304, line #163). 4 Elizabeth Warren, born in America and married, about 1654, James Knapp.

Numbers #2610 and 2611 Line #1305

(2610) (2611)

ELLIS BARRON GRACE ---

Ellis Barron, (#2610, line #1305) was of the Irish family of Burnchurch, Lords of Offaly, was born in 1606 at Waterford, Ireland. He came to America in 1640; lived at Watertown, Mass and was a landed proprietor there; a freeman in 1641; constable in 1658; selectman from 1668 to 1673, and he died Oct. 30, 1676. He married, (1), Grace --- , (#2611, line #1305) who was born in Ireland and died in America about 1650. He married, (2), Dec. 4, 1653, Mrs. Hannah --- Hawkins, widow of Timothy Hawkins and she died Sept. 1, 1685. There was at least one child, a daughter: 1 MARY BARRON, (#1305, line #163)

Numbers 2612 and 2613 Line #653 (2612) (2613) RICHARD CHURCH ELIZABETH WARREN

Richard Church, (#2612, line #653) was born in England in 1608 and came to America in 1630 with Winthrop's fleet. He requested admission as a freeman, Oct. 19, 1630, yet did not take the office, but removed from Weymouth to Plymouth and was recorded a freeman of that colony, Oct. 4, 1632. In the Chamberlain Collection in the Boston (Massachusetts) Public Library is an ancient letter from Governor Bradford to Governor Winthrop, dated Plymouth, Feb. 6, 1631/2 – extract quoted: “We have therefore given warnings to all our people not to receive any as servants . . . but to acquaint us first therewith that we may inquire of their certificates of dismission . . . Richard Church came likewise as a sojourner to work for ye present. However, he is still heare residents longer than he purposed, and what he will doe, neither we nor I thinke himselfe knows, but if he resolve heare to stay, we shall require of him to procure a dismission, but he did confirm to us at the first that he was one of Mr. Webb's men and free to go to England, or whither he would, ye which ye rather believe because he came to us from Wessagasscusett upon ye falling out with his partner”. In the Pilgrim Republic”, Goodwin says: “But Church knew that he would stay in Plymouth and join his fortunes with those of Richard Warren's orphaned daughter, Elizabeth Warren”. Note – Richard Warren was dead (he died in 1628), but her mother, Elizabeth (---) Warren was alive). Richard Church married, 1635 or 1636, Elizabeth Warren, (#2613, line #653), daughter of Richard Warren, (#5226, line #2613) and Elizabeth --- , (#5227, line #2613). Elizabeth Warren was born in England and came to America in 1623 with her mother and her four sisters in the “Ann”. Richard Church was a carpenter and was one of the designers and builders of the first regular church edifice in Plymouth in 1649 and was at Charlestown in 1653 “and for final residence, sat down at Hingham in 1657”, says Savage. Giving evidence at Sandwich, Aug. 25, 1664, he called himself 56 years old and he made his will at Hingham, Dec. 25, 1668 (O.S.). He died two days later, Dec. 27, 1668, aged over 60, at Dedham, Mass. And was buried at Hingham. His will provided for his widow, Elizabeth, and equal portions to all his children, without naming them except that Joseph, on account of his lame hand, should have a double portion. His widow died at Hingham,

Mass. Mar. 9, 1669 or Mar. 4, 1670. “To name their children”, says Savage, “in order, is not easy, perhaps not all of them with confidence”. Savage lists them in the following order: 1 Joseph Church, who had a lame hand, and because of that he received a double portion of his father's estate. 2 Colonel Benjamin Church, born 1639; grew up in his father's trade, a carpenter, but instinctively allied himself to the martial family of Southworth, his wife being Alice Southworth, a daughter of Constant Southworth and a grand-daughter of Mrs. (Governor ) Bradford. Goodwin in his “Pilgrim Republic” has the following to say about Benjamin Church: “A year before the war he was making for himself a home at Saconet. At the peace he became a pioneer of Bristol, on the Mount Hope lands, but finally returned to Saconet, which later became “Little Compton”. He was made a local magistrate and represented his town in the Plymouth legislature, and after its union, in that of Massachusetts. He refused a military commission under the tyrant, Androe, but in 1689 he went against the Maine Indians as Major, commander in chief of the united troope of Massachusetts and Plymouth. At the end of the campaign, Plymouth gave him 42 pounds as her share of his salary, but Massachusetts shamefully refused to pay her part. In 1690 he was persuaded to go again, but was poorly supported and an officer of equal rank was placed over him by Massachusetts, which colony once more refused to pay her share of his pay and expenses. He was so destitute after reaching Boston that he was forced to beg his lodging from Captain Alden until he could send to his brother for a horse. The officers, whom he had held sharply to their duty, spread slanderous reports about him, and these were greedily received at Boston; but on reaching Plymouth, Church at once dissipated the malicious tales. Plymouth, in her great poverty from the War, gave him 14 English pounds, but owing to the disregard of his claims by Massachusetts, he could only meet his debts incurred for recruiting and sustenance by selling a portion of his land at a sacrifice. This treatment cut Church to the heart; yet in 1692, as the danger grew, Governor Phippe was able to enlist his services one more. On his return, Massachusetts, now a province, paid his last wages (it must have cost her a pang), but ignored her previous debts to him. In 1698 Church again raised a force for Maine and returned with valuable captures of cannon, stores and peltry. Massachusetts took to herself this prize-of-war and paid the soldiers their bare wages. The General Court once voted to dismiss them with half pay, but Governor Stoughton indignantly visited the hall and procured a reconsideration. Still, Church was left to pay his own recruiting expenses. So late as 1704, Church, then a Colonel, conducted a vigorous campaign against the Maine hostiles. His force of 1200 men, including several Plymouth Indians, operated in whale boats along the coasts and rivers. Once more the

Massachusetts Court haggled over his pay, but finally gave him his wages, with a vote of thanks, and munificently added the pittance of 15 pounds, English, toward his expenses in raising troops. Church had a contempt for meanness and imbecility, and by making enemies of mean and little men, suffered the indignities and losses which their secret slanders could induce from men far better than themselves. Long after his death, the generation which then ruled Massachusetts, (1734), sought to make some atonement for the sins of their fathers by giving his heirs 500 acres of land near his old home. In 1718, Church, then 78 years old, was living in peace and honor on his farm at Little Compton, where his ancient friends, the Scant, dwelt around him in the habits of civilization. Hearing that his sister's only son had died while abroad, he mounted his horse and paid her (Mrs. John Irish, Jr.), a visit of condolence. While returning, his horse stumbled and the venerable Colonel received injuries which soon proved fatal. His wife survived but a year. They left five sons and two daughters. Their widespread posterity should enthusiastically join in crowning of Saconet Heights with a far seen monument worthy of their great ancestor, so loyal and loving, heroic and wise “the Myles Standoffish of the second generation”. Other children of Richard Church and Elizabeth Warren were: 3 Richard Church, Jr., who died young. 4 CALEB CHURCH, (1306, line #653). 5 Nathaniel Church. 6 Hannah Church; baptized Aug. 8, 1647. 7 Abigail Church; married Dec. 19, 1666, Samuel Thaxter and she died Dec. 25, 1677. 8 Charles Church, as Savage has it, “killed by casual”, Oct. 30, 1659. 9 Deborah Church, born Jan. 27, 1657; married John Irish, Jr., says Savage, quoting from Winsor: “ as his second wife”; though another author, giving the date of this marriage as May, 1708, calls her “Priscilla”. 10 And perhaps another, Mary Church, who died at Duxbury, Apr. 30, 1662.

Line #2613

THE ELIZABETH WARREN LINE A branch of the Church Line (63)

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Elizabeth Warren, b. , to America 1623, m. 1635 or 1636, d. 1669 or 1670, m. Richard Church, (2613), b. 1608, to America 1630, d. 1635 or 1636, son of --- Church and --- --- . Richard Warren, b. , m. , to America 1620 on Mayflower, d. 1628, m. Elizabeth --- , (5227) , b. 1580, to America 1623, d. 1673.

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Numbers 2614 and 2615 Line #1307

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WILLIAM SPRAGUE MILLICENT EAMES

William Sprague, (#2614, line #1307), son of Edward Sprague, (#5228, line #1307) and --- --- , (#5229, line #1307), was born in 1609 or 1610 at Dorset, England, and came from England to Charlestown, Mass. In 1629. He married, 1635, Millicent Eames, (#2615, line #1307), daughter of Captain Anthony Eames, (#5230, line #2615) and Margery --- , (#5231, line #2615) who lived at Charlestown and Hingham. William Sprague died Oct. 26, 1675 at Hingham and his wife died Feb. 8, 1695 or 1696. There was at least one child, a daughter: 1 JOANNA SPRAGUE, (#1307, line #653).

Line #2615

THE EAMES LINE A branch of the Sprague Line (1307)

(2615)

Millicent Eames, b. , m. 1635, d. 1695 or 1696, m. William Sprague, (2614), b. 1609 or 1610, to America 1629, d. 1675, son of Edward Sprague and --- --- . Captain Anthony Eames, b. 1595 or 1596, m. , to America d. 1686, m. Margery --- , (5231), b. , d. . ,

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Numbers 2618 and 2619 Line #1309

(2618) (2619)

JOHN SHEPARD SARAH GOBLE

John Shepard, (#2618, line #1309) whose father spelled the family name, “Shepard” and “Shepherd”, and whose mother is unknown, married Sarah Goble, (#2619, line #1309), daughter of Thomas Goble I, (#5238, line 2619). John Shepard died at Concord, Mass. Dec. 15, 1669 and his widow, Sarah Goble, died between Nov. 30, 1717 and Feb. 10, 1718, at Concord. There were at least two children, probably more, those listed here being twin daughters: 1 Mary Shepherd, born Feb. 11, 1662 or 1663; twin sister of Martha Shepherd. Note that the sur name has been changed from “Shepard” to “Shepherd”. 2 MARTHA SHEPHERD, (#1309, line #327).

Line #2619

THE GOBLE LINE A branch of the Martha Shepard Line (#1309)

(2619)

Sarah Goble, b. , m. Shepard(2620), b. --- --- .

, d. 1717 or 1718, m. John , d. 1669, son of --- Shepard and

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Thomas Goble I, b. , d. , m. Alice --- , (5239), b. d. . She was, perhaps, the daughter of Ralph Mousall.

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Numbers 2620 and 2621 Line #655

(2620)

JONATHAN BROWNE, SR.

(2621)

MARY SHATTUCK

Jonathan Browne, Sr., (#2620, line #655), son of Abraham Browne, Sr., (#5240, line #655) and Lydia --- , (#5241, line #655), was born Oct. 15, 1635 in America. He married, Feb. 11, 1662, Mary Shattuck, #(2621, line line #655), daughter of William Shattuck, (#5242, line #2621) and Susanna (or Susannah) --- , (#5243, line #2621). Mary Shattuck was a sister of Abigail Shattuck, (#1299, line #649) who married Jonathan Morse, (#1298, line #649). Mary Shattuck was born Aug. 25, 1645 and died Oct. 23, 1732, age 87, at Waltham, Mass. Jonathan Browne, Sr. died in March, 1691, aged 55. There were ten children, listed by Savage in the following order: 1 Mary Browne, born Oct. 6, 1662; married John Warren, born Mar. 5, 1666; died 1703, son of Captain Daniel Warren, (#1304, line #163) and Mary Barron, (#1305, line #163). There was at least one child, a son: 1 Captain Daniel Warren, (1689-1748), Colonial service; married, 1712, Rebecca Garfield, (1683-1720), daughter of Captain Benjamin Garfield. 2 Elizabeth Browne, born Sept. 19, 1664. 3 Jonathan Browne, Jr., born Oct. 25, 1666; died young. 4 Patience Browne, born Mar. 6, 1669. 5 CAPTAIN ABRAHAM BROWNE, (#1310, line #655). 6 Samuel Browne, born Oct. 21, 1674. 7 Lydia Browne, born Mar. 31, 1677. 8 Ebenezer Browne, born Sept. 10, 1679. 9 Benjamin Browne, born Feb. 27, 1682. 10 William Browne, born Sept. 3, 1684.

Line #2621

THE MARY SHATTUCK LINE A branch of the Browne Line #655)

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Mary Shattuck, b. 1645, m. 1662, d. 1732, m. Jonathan Browne, (2620), b. 1635, d. 1691, son of Abraham Browne and Lydia --- . There is a double descent in the Shattuck line. Mary Shattuck, (#2621 on this page) married Jonathan Browne, (#2620 this page). Abigail Shattuck, (#1299, line #649), married Jonathan Morse, (#1298, line #649). Abigail Shattuck was a sister of Mary Shattuck.

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William Shattuck, b. 1621, m. 1642, to America 1642, d. 1672, m. Susanna (or Susannah) --- , (5243), b. . She m. (2) 1673, Richard Norcross and was his second wife. She d. 1686. William Shattuck also has #2598, line #1299.

Numbers 2622 and 2623 Line #1311

(2622) (2623)

JOB HYDE

ELIZABETH FULLER

Job Hyde, (#2622, line #1311, a son of Deacon Samuel Hyde, (#5244, line #1311) and Temperance --- , (#5245, line #1311), was born in 1643. He married, 1663, Elizabeth Fuller, (#2623, line #1311) born about 1650, a daughter of John Fuller, (#5246, line #2623) and Elizabeth --- , (#5247, line #2623). (Note – John Fuller was not a son of Dr. Samuel Fuller who married Elizabeth --- of Plymouth). Job Hyde and his wife, Elizabeth, both died in Nov. 1685, he aged about 42 years. There was at least one child, a daughter: 1 MARY HYDE, (#1311, line #655).

Line #2623

THE ELIZABETH FULLER LINE A branch of the Hyde line (1311)

(2623)

Elizabeth Fuller, b. , m. 1663, d. 1685, m. Job Hyde, (2622), b. 1643, d. 1685, son of Deacon Samuel Hyde and Temperance --- . John Fuller, b. 1611, to America about 1644, m. d. after 1696, m. Elizabeth ---, (5247), b. , d. . , , b.

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Numbers 2628 and 2629 Line #657 (2628) (2629) THOMAS WHEELER, SR. --- ---

“Captain Thomas Wheeler and some of his descendants” , by Homer W. Brainard, A. B. of Hartford, Conn., appearing in the July, 1935, issue of “The American Genealogist and New Haven Genealogical Magazine”, gives the following information: “Bedfordshire is a county of south Midlands (England). It has always been agricultural. No large cities mar its rural landscapes. Near its western border, about equally distant from the northern and southern ends of the county, lie the small rural parishes of Marstone Mortaine and Cranfield. Families bearing the name of Wheeler have lived in these parishes from the fifteenth century and perhaps from an earlier date. It is supposed that they were first at Marston Mortaine, going thence to Cranfield. This parish is distant some eight or nine miles southwest from Bedford, the county town, and ten miles south of Odell, the parish where the Reverand Peter Bulkeley officiated before he became the minister of Concord, Mass., in 1635”. “About 1600 three men named Wheeler were living in Cranfield, married and having families. These were Thomas, John, and Richard, “the younger” implies an older Richard. We know not how they were related. Thomas and John may have been brothers”. “John Wheeler, born about 1575; died 1644; married Elizabeth --- . Their children baptized at Cranfield: 1 John Wheeler, baptized Aug. 29, 1602; died young. 2 Elizabeth Wheeler, perhaps twin with John; married --- Halsey. 3 Sarah Wheeler, baptized June 16, 1605; married --- Nash. 4 Ruth Wheeler, baptized Oct. 21, 1606, died young. 5 Isaac Wheeler, baptized Sept. 13, 1607; married Frances --- . She married (2), Richard Cook and (3), Thomas Greene. Isaac Wheeler probably settled in Charlestown, Mass. Where he was admitted to the church Sept. 30, 1642. 6 Obadiah Wheeler, baptized Nov. 18, 1608; died young. 7 Obadiah Wheler, baptized Dec. 10, 1609; married at Cranfield Jan. 20, 1633, Susannah Wheeler, daughter of Thomas Wheeler, died at Concord, Mass. Oct. 27, 1671.

8 John Wheeler, baptized Feb. 25, 1610/11. 9 Ruth Wheeler, baptized Mar. 29, 1612; married June 25, 1633, Richard Mouse. 10 George Wheeler, baptized June 13, 1613. 11 William Wheeler, baptized June 4, 1615. 12 Joshua Wheeler, baptized July 20, 1617. 13 Isabel Wheeler, baptized Nov. 5, 1619. “Richard Wheeler, the younger, born about 1578; died --- ; married --- . Their children, baptized at Cranfield: 1 William Wheeler, baptized June 27, 1602, died young. 2 Thomas Wheeler, baptized April 7, 1606; perhaps the Thomas who settled at Milford, Conn., whose brother was William Wheeler of Stratford. Conn. 3 Henry Wheeler, baptized June 7, 1612. 4 Richard Wheeler, baptized Dec. 5, 1613. 5 John Wheeler, baptized Dec. 4, 1615. 6 William Wheeler, baptized July 4, 1616; perhaps the William Wheeler of Stratford (Conn.), who is known to have been a brother of Thomas Wheeler of Milford, Conn. THOMAS WHEELER, SR., (#2628, in #657, our ancestor, was born in England about 1560-1565 and was probably married twice. Their children were all baptized at Cranfield. 1 Thomas Wheeler, Jr., born about 1591 in England, probably by his father's first wife. He married at Cranfield, May 5, 1613, Ann Halsey and they settled in Concord, Mass. And in Fairfield, conn. He died in Fairfield in 1654 and his widow died there in 1659. His will was dated Jan. 16, 1653/54; inventory, Aug. 23, 1654, will mentions sons John and Thomas and brother, Thomas, Lieutenant (probably line #10. His will was probated Aug. 1659. Their children, baptized at Cranfield: 1 Richard Wheeler, baptized June 13, 1614; perhaps died young. 2 Anna, or Hannah Wheeler, baptized Feb. 20, 1617/18; married James Bennett. 3 Thomas Wheeler, baptized Dec. 8, 1621; died at Concord, Mass. Dec. 24, 1704 in his 84th year; married (1), Sarah Merriam; (2), Sarah (Beers) Stearns Sergeant. 4 John Wheeler, baptized Feb. 27, 1624/25; married Judith Turney; settled in Fairfield, Conn. where he died. 5 Sarah Wheeler, baptized Dec. 27, 1627 or 1628. The late Col. Charles E. Banks has Thomas baptized at this date; perhaps an error for Sarah. If not, we cannot place this Thomas. Sarah Wheeler married Thomas Sherwood, Jr. 2 Timothy Wheeler, born 1601; died at Concord, Mass. 1687, aged 86.

3 Thomas Wheeler, baptized Nov. 20, 1603; perhaps died young. 4 GEORGE WHEELER, (#1314, line #657). 5 Susannah Wheeler, baptized May 31, 167; married Jan. 20, 1633, Obadiah Wheeler, a son of John Wheeler of Cranfield. 6 Lieutenant Joseph Wheeler, baptized Feb. 18, 1609/10; died at Concord, Mass., after 1678. 7 Abiah Wheeler, baptized Jan. 17, 1612/13. 8 Mary Wheeler, baptized Oct. 20, 1615. 9 Ephraim Wheeler, baptized Mar. 16, 1618/19; married Ann --- ; freeman at Concord, Mass., 1639; died at Fairfield, Conn. 1670. 10 Captain Thomas Wheeler, (about whom this historical sketch was written by Homer W. Brainard, A.B.), was baptized Apr. 8, 1620; married Ruth Wood. “Between the dates July 26, 1675 and Oct. 13, 1675, occurred the tragic events which include the killing of eight men in Captain Wheeler's Troop, the killing of Edward Hutchinson, and the wounding of Captain Wheeler and his son Thomas. In “King Philip's War”, by Ellis and Morris, pp. 84-97, is a good account of these events, leading up to the ambuscade and mortal wounding of Capt. Hutchinson, and the relief of the survivors. It is doubtless mainly based upon Capt. Wheeler's famous narrative.” He died about 1675 and his “True Narrative” was a historical account of the highest value. It has been called “An Epic of Struggle of the Indian warfare and a literary event in the Wars of the Lord.” Children of Captain Thomas Wheeler and Ruth Wheeler, his wife: 1 Thomas Wheeler, born before 1650; died Jan. 9, 1676/7. Saved his father's life at Manamesset in Aug. 1675, although himself severely wounded. As far as known, he was unmarried, no record of wife or children having been found. Estate administered in 1677 by his brother, Joseph Wheeler. Inventory shows a horse, pistols, cutlass and gun, prized at six pounds, twelve shillings. 2 Ruth Wheeler, born about 1652; married May 7, 1673, Ephraim Jones, who died Jan. 23, 1676/7. (Concord Vital Records). 3 Nathaniel Wheeler, born about 1655; died in Concord Jan. 16, 1676/7. Estate administered by brother Joseph Wheeler in 1677. He is supposed to have been unmarried, no record of wife and family having been found. He witnessed a deed at Paugasset in Apr. 1664. He may have been of age then. If so, his birth took place earlier than 1655. Although his father may have been short for witnesses, he would hardly have made his son witness a document in the presence of Indians at the age of nine. 4 Timothy Wheeler, born --- ; married June 29, 1670 (Concord

Vital Records, p. 15), Ruth Fuller, a daughter of Lieutenant Thomas Fuller, Sr., (#2648, line #331) and his wife, Elisabeth Tidd, (#2649, line #331), of Woburn and Middleton, Mass. No children recorded. Widow Ruth (Fuller) Wheeler married (2) a Mr. Wilkins and they had at least one child, a daughter, Deborah Wilkins who married a Mr. Shaw. 5 Joseph Wheeler, born --- ; married Mary Power. 6 Ephraim Wheeler, born --- ; died Feb. 19, 1689/90, probably unmarried. 7 Deliverance Wheeler, born --- ; married Mary Davis.

Numbers #2640 and 2641 Line #165 (2640) (2641) JOHN PUTNAM, SR. PRISCILLA DEACON

John Putnam, Sr., (#2640, line #165), son of Nicholas Puttenham and Margaret (Goodspeed) Puttenham, was born at Aston Abbotts, near Aylesbury, County Bucks, England, in 1583. Family tradition has the name of a place in County Warwick, where it is unknown. David Starr Jordan, in his book, “Your Family Tree”, says that John Putnam was baptized at Wingrave, County Bucks, England, on Jan. 17, 1579 of 1580. He married, 1611, Priscilla Deacon, (#2641, line #165). Three sons, Thomas, Nathaniel and John, Jr., were all baptized, according to one reference, between 1612 and 1627 at Aston Abbotts, although Savage says that John, Jr. was born in 1630. These three brothers, together with their three sisters, Sarah, Elizabeth and Phoebe, and their parents, came to Salem, Mass. From England, according to Farmer, in 1641, although the Abridged Compendium and Savage both say it was in 1640. John Putnam, Sr. settled at Salem where he received a grant of land at Salem Village near Danvers, Mass. He became the principal land owner there, was a farmer, a mistake, though it is true that he was received that year into the church, as had been his wife in 1641. John Putnam died Dec. 30, 1662, at Danvers, Mass. There were six children, not listed, as far as is known, in the order of their birth: 1 Sarah (or Sara) Putnam, born in England; came to America in 1640 or 1641 with her parents and 2 sisters and 3 brothers. 2 Elizabeth Putnam, born in England; came to America in 1640 or 1641 with her parents, 2 sisters and 3 brothers. 3 Phoebe Putnam, born in England; came to America in 1640 or 1641 with her parents, 2 sisters and 3 brothers. 4 LIUTENANT THOMAS PUTNAM, (#1320, line #165) 5 Lieutenant Nathaniel Putnam, born 1619 or 1620 in England, came to America in 1640 or 1641 with his parents, 2 brothers and 3 sisters. He married Elizabeth Hutchinson, (1629-1698), daughter of Richard Hutchinson. The late Calvin Coolidge, President of the United States, is a descendent of Lieutenant Nathaniel Putnam and is also descended from his brother, Lieutenant Thomas Putnam. Lieutenant Nathaniel Putnam and his wife, Elizabeth Hutchinson Putnam, had at least one child, a son: (Lieutenant Nathaniel Putnam died 1700).

1 Captain Benjamin Putnam, (1664- about 1715); married, (1) 1686, Elizabeth Putnam, a daughter of Lieutenant Thomas Putnam, (#1320, line #165). She died in 1705. He married (2), probably, Hannah Tarrant. 6 Captain John Putnam, Jr., born 1627, (Savage says about 1630), in England and came to America about 1640 or 1641 with his parents, 2 brothers and 3 sisters. Major General Israel Putnam, the noted Revolutionary Ward patriot, is fifth in descent from Captain John Putnam, Jr. Hannah Putnam, (#165, line #41), who was third in descent from Lieutenant Thomas Putnam, (#1320, line #165), was sister of General Rufus Putnam. She was also fifth in descent from Captain John Putnam, Jr., down a different line. Captain John Putnam, Jr. married Rebecca Prince and they had at least one child, a son: 1 Captain Jonathan Putnam, (1659-1739), who married Lydia Potter.

Numbers 2642 and 2643 Line #1321

(2642) (2643)

EDWARD HOLYOKE, JR. PRUDENCE STOCKTON

Edward Holyoke, Jr., (#2642, line #1321), son of Edward Holyoke, Sr., (#5284, line 1321) and --- --- , (#5285, line #1321), was born in England and came to America in 1630. He married, (1), June 18, 1612. Prudence Stockton, (#2643, line #1321), daughter of the Rev. John Stockton of Kinholt, England. Prudence Stockton was born in England. Edward Holyoke was an ancestor of President Holyoke of Harvard College. He opened 500 acres of land and was a member of the Essex Court and was chosen many times as Representative to the Massachusetts General Court. He died Mar. 4, 1660 at Rumney Marsh. There were at least two children, a son and a daughter: 1 Elizur Holyoke, who discovered and named Mount Holyoke in Massachusetts. 2 ANN HOLYOKE, (#1321, line #165).

Line #2643

THE STOCKTON LINE A branch of the Holyoke Line (1321)

(2643)

Prudence Stockton, b. , m. 1612, to America 1630, d. , m. Edward Holyoke, (2642), b. , d. 1660., son of --- Holyoke and --- --- . Rev. John Stockton, b. , m. , d. m. --- --- , (5287), b. , d. . ,

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Numbers 2644 and 2645 Line #661

(2644) (2645)

SERGEANT THOMAS HALE, SR. THOMASINE DOWSETT

Sergeant Thomas Hale, Sr., (#2644, line #661), was born 1604 in England; came to Newbury, Mass. In 1634; freeman, 138; removed to Haverhill, Mass. In 1649. He was a selectman there and also later at Newbury. Was a resident of Salem in 1659 and a Sergeant of Militia. He married in England, (1) Thomasine Dowsett, (#2645, line #661), and he married, (2), Margaret Tamorin, daughter of Sir Henry Tamorin. The Newbury pioneers were all interwoven in blood and Thomas Hale, Sr. was probably connected with many of his neighbors in Newbury, Oldtown and Rowley. He died in 1682. there were at least two children: 1 THOMAS HALE, JR., (#1 322, line #661). 2 John Hale, Sr., born in 1636 and died in 1707. He married, 1660, Rebecca Lowell, (1642-1662), daughter of Richard Lowell. They had a son: 1 John Hale, Jr., born 1661, died 1725. He married, 1683, Sarah Jaques who was born in 1664 and was a daughter of Henry Jaques.

Numbers 2648 and 2649 Line #331

(2648) LIEUTENANT THOMAS FULLER, SR. (2649) ELIZABETH TIDD

Lieutenant Thomas Fuller, Sr., (#2648, line #331), was born 1618 in England and came to America in 1638 and settled at Woburn and Middleton, Mass. He married, (1), June 13, 1643, Elizabeth Tidd. (#2649, line #331). daughter of John Tidd, (#5299, line #2649) and Margaret --- , (#5299, line #2649) of Woburn. He was a blacksmith and had meadow land granted to him in 1648. He was a selectman during the years 1663, 1664 and in 1685. Removing to Salem in 1664, he was appointed a Sergeant in 1665 and a Lieutenant in 1665. He married (2), Aug. 25, 1694, Mrs. Sarah (Nutt) Wyman who died in 1686. He married, (3), Harriet (Palmer) Wilson. All his children were by his first wife, Elizabeth Tidd. He made his will June 9, 1698, and it was probated at Salem on July 4, 1698. The legatees were sons Thomas, Benjamin and Jacob, and daughters, Dean, Ruth Wilkins and her daughter, Deborah Shaw. The above has been approved for the Colonial Dames. Their children, as above, follow: 1 2 3 4 5 THOMAS FULLER, JR., (#1324, line #331). Benjamin Fuller. Jacob Fuller Dean Fuller. Ruth Fuller; married (1) Timothy Wheeler, a son of Capt. Thomas Wheeler and Ruth Wheler, (see #2628, line #657, sub line #4). She married, (2), a Mr. Wilkins and they had t least one child, a daughter: 1 Deborah Wilkins who married a Mr. Shaw.

Line #2649

THE TIDD LINE (Tead, Tedd, Tidd or Todd) A branch of the Susannah Fuller Line (331)

(2649)

Elizabeth Tidd, b. about 1617, to America 16--, m. 1643, d. m. Lieutenant Thomas Fuller, (2648), b. 1618, d. 1698, son of --- --- and --- --- . John Tidd, Sr., b. , m. (1), , m. (2), , d. 1657, m. (1) Margaret --- , (5299), b. , d. 1651, m. (2) Alice --- , b. , d. .

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Numbers 2650 and 2651 Line #1325

(2650) (2651)

THOMAS RICHARDSON, JR. MARY --- .

Thomas Richardson, Jr., (#2650, line #1325), son of Thomas Richardson, Sr., (#5300, line #1325) and Katherine Durford, (#5301, line #1325), was baptized July 3, 1608 in England. He came to America in the “Arbella” with Governor Winthrop and his fleet, embarking at Yarmouth, England Apr. 8, 1630 and arriving at Salem, Mass. On June 12, 1630. With him were two of his brothers, Samuel Richardson, I, (#1376, line #43) and Ezekiel Richardson and the latter's wife, Susannah (--- ) Richardson. They settled at Charlestown, Mass. In 1630. He was a freeman in 1638 and was one of the founders of Woburn, Mass. In 1642. He married Mary --- , (#2651, line #1325) and they had at least one child, a daughter: 1 RUTH RICHARDSON, (#1325, line #331).

Numbers 2652 and 2653 Line #663

(2652) (2653)

CAPTAIN WILLIAM TRASK, SR. SARAH ---

Captain William Trask, Sr., (#2652, line #663) was born about 1600 in England; came to Salem in 1628, before Endicott. He was a freeman. In 1630, a Captain in 1632 and was a Representative to the General Court in 1635, 1636, 1637 and in 1639. He was an officer under Endicott against the Pequot Indians and was granted much land for services in the war. He married Sarah ---, (#2653, line #663), of whom there is no record. He died May 16, 1666, and there was at least one child, a son: 1 WILLIAM TRASK, JR., (#1326, line #663).

Numbers 2728 and 2729 Line #341

(2728) (2729)

JOHN PEABODY ISABEL ---

John Peabody, (#2728, line #341, was born in 1590 in England and came from England to America in 1640, landing at Plymouth, Mass. He was an original landed proprietor of Bridgewater, Mass. In 1645. He married Isabel ---, (#2729, line #341) and he died in 1667. There was at least one child, a son: 1 LIEUTENANT FRANCIS PEABODY, (#1364, line #341).

Numbers 2730 and 2731 Line #1365

(2730) (2731)

REGINALD FOSTER JUDITH ---

Reginald Foster, (#2730, line #1365, son of Renald Foster and a descendent of Sir Richard Forester who was a brother-in-law of William the Conqueror, was born in 1595 in England settled at Ipswich, Mass. In 1638. He married, (1), Judith --- , (#2731, line #1365) and she died in 1664. He married (2), 1665, Mrs. Sarah (---) Martin, widow of John Martin. Reginald Foster died in 1681. There was at least one child by his first marriage: 1 MARY FOSTER, (#1365, line #341)

Numbers 2752 and 2753 Line #43

(2752) (2753)

THOMAS RICHARDSON, SR. KATHERINE DURFORD

Thomas Richardson (or Richeson, and variously spelled), Sr., (#2752, line #43 and also #5300, line #1325) and his wife, Katherine Durford, (#1753, line #43 and also #5301, line 1325) of West Mills, Hartfordshire, England, were parents of seven children: 1 2 3 4 Elizabeth Richardson, born in England in 1593. John Richardson, born in England in 1596. James Richardson, born in England in 1600. Ezekiel Richardson, born in England in 1602; came to America with his wife, Susannah ( --- ) Richardson and with his two brothers, Samuel Richardson, I, (#1376, line #43) and Thomas Richardson, Jr., (#2650, line #1325). They embarked at Yarmouth, England, Apr. 8, 1630 with Governor Winthrop and his fleet in the “Arbella” and arrived at Salem, Mass. June 12, 1630. He settled at Charlestown, Mass. in 1630; was a freeman in 1631; Constable in 1633; Representative to the Massachusetts General Court in 1635 and was a Selectman and one of the founders of Woburn, Mass. In 1640. He died in 1647. There was at least one child, a daughter: 1 Phebe Richardson married Deacon Henry Baldwin and they had at least one child, a daughter: 1 Phebe Baldwin, born 1654, died 1679, aged 25. She was the third wife of Samuel Richardson, II, (#688, line #43). 5 SAMUEL RICHARDSON, I. (#1376, line #43). 6 Margaret Richardson, born in England in 1607. 7 THOMAS RICHARDSON, JR., (#2650, line #1325).

Line #2753

THE DURFORD LINE A branch of the Matilda Richardson Line (43)

(2753)

Katherine Durford, b. , m. , d. , m. Thomas Richardson, Sr., (2752) b. , d. , son of --Richardson and --- --- . Note: Thomas Richardson Sr. is also #5300, line #1325. Katherine Durford, his wife, is also #5301, line #1325.

Numbers 2764 and 2765 Line #691

(2764) (2765)

NICHOLAS DAVIS SARAH ---

Nicholas Davis, (#2764, line #691) was born about 1595 and came to America in 1635 at the age of 40 with his wife, Sarah ---, (#2765, line #691) who was born about 1587 and who was about 48 at the time of the crossing. They came to America in the “Planter” and his nephew, William Lock accompanied them. There was at least one child, a son: 1 GEORGE DAVIS, (#1382, line #691).

Numbers 2784 and 2785 Line #87

(2784) (2785)

ABRAHAM BELKNAP --- ---

Abraham, Belknap, (#2784, line #87), son of Bennet Beltoft (or Belknap), (#5568, line #87) was baptized Mar. 10, 1589/90 in Sawbridgeworth, county Herts, England. The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, vol. 5, says: “he came from England with two sons” and the Abridged Compendium, vol. 2, page 390 says: “with two brothers, Joseph and Thomas” in 1637 and settled at Lynn, Mass. Where he was a landowner in 1635, according to another reference. He was, most likely, married in England. His wife's name is not of record. He served as Doorkeeper of the Massachusetts General Court and he died in 1643. I have a record of one son; it seems probable there were more than one son and several daughters. 1 JOSEPH BELKNAP, (#1392, line #87).

Numbers 2790 and 2791 Line #1395 (2790) (2791) JOHN ATKINSON, SR. SARAH MIRICK

John Atkinson, Sr., (#2790, line #1395), was born about 1640 in England; came to Boston and removed to Newbury, Mass. In 1663. He married, 1664, Sarah Mirick (Meyrick, Merrick), (#2791, line #1395), daughter of John Mirick, (#512, line #1) and Elizabeth ( --- ) Mirick, (#513, line #1). According to the Merrick (printed) Genealogy, she came to America with her four brothers (one of whom was James Mirick, Sr., (#256, line #1) our emigrant ancestor), in the “James” in the spring of 1638, and married John Atkinson in 1646. There is some basis for this marriage date because their daughter, Jane Atkinson, (#1395, line #697) married Thomas Cheney, (#1394, line #697) and this latter couple's daughter, Jane Cheney, (#697, line #87) was born June 5, 1667, which was about twenty-three years after her grand-parent's marriage date; and that is a reasonable length of time. To offset this, however, John Atkinson, Sr. and Sarah Mirick, his wife had another child, a son, John Atkinson, Jr. who was born 1666/7. All sources of the above data seem to be authentic, however, further research is necessary. John Atkins, Sr. and Sarah Mirick, his wife, had several children, of whom I have a record of two: 1 JANE ATKINSSON, (#1395, line #697). 2 John Atkinson, Jr., born 1666/7, married (1), Sarah Woodman (b. 1670), a daughter of Sergeant Jonathan Woodman and Hannah Hilton, who was a daughter of Edward Hilton. There was at least one child, a son: 1 Thomas Atkinson, born 1694; married 1719, Mary pike (b. 1695), a daughter of Major Robert Pike (d. 1706) and Susanna Worcester. There was at least one child, a son: 1 Humphrey Atkinson, (1720-1775); married, 1743, removed to Buxton, Maine, 1760; married Sarah Hals and there was at least one child, a son: 1 Theodore Atkinson, (1760-1830); married, 1786, Dolly French and they had at least one child, a son: 1 Bradbury Atkinson, (1805-1863); married, 1827, Elizabeth Peavy (d. 1875), a daughter of Abraham Peavey and Olive (Downs) Peavey.

Numbers 2792 and 2793 Line #349 (2792) (2793) ISAAC STEARNS, SR., (Stearne, Sterne) MARY BARKER

Isaac Stearns, Sr., (#2792, line #349) came from Nayland, County Suffolk, England, He was born in England in 1605 and was married there in 1622, to Mary Barker, (#2793, line #349) of Stoke (or Stock), Nayland, County Suffolk, England, daughter of John Barker, (#5586, line #2793) and Margaret Williams, (#5587, line #2793). John Barker and his wife, Margaret Williams, never emigrated to America and there was no relationship between them and the Barkers who did. Accompanied by Charles Stearns, (#1328, line #83), his brother, Isaac Stearns, Sr., his wife, Mary Barker and two (possibly three) children, embarked on the “Arbella” under the command of Sir. Richard Saltonstall, at Yarmouth, England, Apr. 8, 1630 and arrived at Salem, Mass. June 12, 1630. Very shortly thereafter they removed to Watertown, Mass. Which they founded in 1630 or 1631 (references differ). He was the first man admitted freeman in that place, 1631. He was a Selectman there several times and served on the committee which had charge of building the first bridge across the Charles River at Watertown. Savage says there were three children born in England, but other references give only two. Isaac Stearns, Sr. died June 19, 1671, and his widow died Apr. 2, 1677 at Watertown, Mass. Their eight (or nine) children are listed as follows: 1 Name unknown; born in Nayland, County Suffolk, England, baptized in 1623. Merton T. Goodrich, M.A., Genealogist, Keene, N.H. does not list this child, but Savage does list it, as above. 2 Mary Stearne, born in Nayland, County Suffolk, England; baptized there Jan. 6, 1626; came to America with her parents in 1630; married Isaac Learned. 3 Hannah (or Anna ) Stearns, born in Nayland, County Suffolk, England, baptized there Oct. 5, 1628; came to America with her parents in 1630; married either Henry or Samuel Freeman. 4 JOHN STEARNS, (#1396, line #349). 5 Isaac Stearns, Jr., born in America, probably at Watertown, Mass., on Jan. 6, 1633 (or 1632, according to another reference). He married, 1660, Sarah Beers, daughter of Captain Richard Beers, an officer in the Watertown Company in King Philip's War. He was killed in battle, Sept. 4, 1675. There was at least two children, probably more:

1 Sarah Stearns, born Jan. 14, 1661 or 1662; married, 1678, John Wheeler who was born Feb. 18, 1665 and died Dec. 1, 1736. It would seem that John Wheler was rather young, 13 years, when he was married. 2 Samuel Stearns, (1667-1721), married Phoebe Wait and they had: 1 Captain John Stearns, (1712-1792); member of the Mass. General Court, 1775-1776. Captain of Colonial Militia, Attleboro, Mass. He married, (1), Rebecca Dean, (1715-1756) and they had: 1 Sergeant Joseph Stearns, (1751-1829); Sgt. In the American Revolution; married, 1774, Rhoda Tingley, (1755-1837) and they had: 1 James Stearns, (1779-1837); lived in Richland County, Ohio; married, 1802, Abilena Harding, (1785-1850), and there was at lease one child, a son: 1 Amos Stearns, (1806-1862); married, 1828, Elizabeth Mc Cool, (1804-1844). 2 Benjamin Stearns was married and had a son: 1 Levi Stearns, soldier, American Revolution; married Lois Stoddard, daughter of Ebeneezer Stoddard. There was at least one child, a daughter: 1 Roxana Stearns, (1787-1824); married, 1816, Nicholas Groves, (1788-1866); settled at Northfield, Washtenaw County, Mich. In 1831. There was at least one child, a son: 1 William P. Groves, (1819-1899); a farmer and fruit grower; married, 1851, Harriett Fitzsimmons (1830-1892), daughter of Thomas Fitzsimmons and Eliza Watrous. 6 Sarah Stearns, born Sept. 22, 1635; married Samuel Stone. 7 Samuel Stearns, born Apr. 24, 1638; married, 1663, Hannah Manning, daughter of William Manning. Samuel Stearns died in 1683. There was at least one child, a son: 1 John Stearns, born 1677; married, 1702, Abigail Fiske, daughter of John Fiske. John Stearns died in 1729. There was t least one child, a daughter: 1 Lydia Stearns, born 1719; married 1739, Joshua Goodridge, Sr., son of Philip Goodridge (born 1669; married, 1700, died 1729) and Mehitable Woodman, daughter of Joshua Woodman.

Joshua Woodridge, Sr. was born in 1707, died in 1782 and his widow died in 1805. There was at least one child, a son: 1 Joshua Goodridge, Jr., born 1746; married 1769, Elizabeth Phelps, daughter of Ashahe Phelps. Joshua Goodridge, Jr. died in 1815. There was at least one child a son: 1 John Goodridge, born 1778; married, 1804, Susan Bosworth, daughter of Jonathan Bosworth. John Goodridge died in 1864. There was at least one child, a son: 1 Willard Goodrich, born 1821; married, 1856, Mrs. Charlotte (Colby) Dennis, daughter Hartley Colby. Willard Goodrich died in 1901 and there was at least one child, a son: 1 Willis Belmont Goodrich, born 1856; married, 1885, Alice May Taylor, daughter of John Taylor. Willis Belmont Goodrich died in 1928 and there was at least one child, a son: 1 Leon Willis Goodrich, born 1890; married 1911, Agnes Thankful Cole, daughter of Henry Cole. There was at least one child, a daughter: 1 Anita Cole Goodrich, born 1918. 8 Elizabeth Stearns married Samuel Manning. 9 Abigail Stearns married John Morse.

Line #2793

THE MARY BARKER LINE A branch of the Mary Josepha Lydia Stearns Line (349)

(2793)

Mary Baker, b. , m. 1622, to America 1630, d. 1677, m. Isaac Stearns, (2792), b. , to America 1630, d. 1671, son of --- Stearns and --- --- , John Barker, b. , m. , d. , m. Margaret Williams (5587), b. , d. ., daughter of --- Williams and --- --- .

(5586)

Numbers 2794 and 2795 Line #1397 (2794) (2795) THOMAS LOTHROP, SR. MRS. SARAH (LINNELL) EWER

Thomas Lothrop, Sr., #2794, line #1397, son of Rev. John Lothrop, (#5588, line #1397) and an “unknown” first wife, (#5589, line #1397) who who died in 1623; was born in England in 1621, according to “Genealogical Notes on Barnstable Families”, by Otis. “N.D.K.” in the Boston Transcript, August 26, 1935, writes that “Hannah Howse (House) was the first wife of Rev. John Lothrop. She had a sister, Penninah Howse, who married Robert Linnell (Lynnell) and the two girls were daughters of Rev. John Howse who died at Eastwell, county Kent, England, Aug. 30, 1630. The above is taken from the Register, vol. 66, pp. 356/7; vol. 89, p. 284, and vol. 67, pp. 260/1”. The following quotation is from the record of Rev. John Lothrop as found in Lathrop Family Memoirs”, p. 34: “son Thomas and brother Larnett's daughter, widow Ewer, were married in the Bay (Boston), Dec. 11, 1639”. “O. M.” in the Boston Transcript says: “Mrs. Sarah (Linnell) Ewer, (#2795, line #1397), daughter of Robert Linnell, (#5590, line #2795) and Penninah Howse, (#5591, line #2795), married, (2), at Barnstable, Mass., Dec. 11, 1639, Thomas Lothrop, Sr. (her cousin, although she was 14 years his senior and she with four children at that time), eldest son of the Rev. John Lothrop. Thomas Lothrop, Sr. was born in England in 1621 and he joined his father's church in America May 14, 1637 and died in 1701”. Sarah Linnell, (#2795, line #1397), was born in England in 1604 or 1607 (probably the latter), married, (1), in England, Thomas Ewer, a tailor, and they came to America in 1635 with their two children, Elizabeth and Thomas. Two other children born to them in America were Sarah and John. There has always been a controversy as to whether Sarah Linnell (Lynnell) was a daughter of Robert Lynell or a daughter of William Learned, caused, undoubtedly, by the fact that the name Linnell was spelled in many ways in those days – Linnett, Larnett, which could seem to be Larned, and so gives color to the William Larned idea. Otis, in “Barnstable Families” and Swift's “Barnstable” both say she was Sarah Linnell, daughter of Robert and Penninah (House) Linnell. The Learned Genealogy, page 18 says: “A Sarah Leonards daughter of William Leonards, was baptized at Ware, England, Sept. 30, 1604. She married in England, Jan. 13, 1623/4 Thomas Ewer, a tailor and came with him and their two children to this country in the “James”, June, 1635. He was then 40, she 28: (if so, then she was born in 1607 instead of 1604); their daughter Elizabeth, their son, Thomas 1-1/2. (Hatten's List of Emigrants”, p. 88). Regardless of her ancestry, she was admitted to the church in Charlestown, Mass., Dec. 12, 1635 and her first husband, Thomas Ewer, was admitted Jan. 3, 1635/6 and he died in 1638.

Thomas Lothrop, Sr. and his second wife, Mrs. Sarah (Linnell) Ewer, had five children, as follows: 1 2 3 4 5 MARY LOTHROP, (#1397, line #349). Hannah Lothrop, born Oct. 18, 1642. Thomas Lothrop, Jr., born July 7, 1644. Melatiah Lothrop, born Nov. 2, 1646; died Feb. 6, 1711/12. Bethia Lothrop, born July 3, 1649; married July 1668, John Hinckley; and she died July 10, 1697.

Line #2795

THE LINNELL LINE (or Lynnell) A branch of the Lothrop Line (1397)

(2795)

Sarah Linnell, bap. 1604 or 1607 (?), m. (1), 1623/4, to America 1635, m. (2), 1639, d. , m. (1) Thomas Ewer, b. about 1595, to America 1635, d. 1638, son of --- Ewer and --- --- . She m. (2), Thomas Lothrop, (2794), b. 1621, to America , d. 1701, son of Rev. John Lothrop and Hannah Howse (House). Robert Linnell, b. , m. , d. , m. Penninah Howse (House), (5591), b. , d. , daughter of Rev. John Howse and --- --- .

(5590)

Numbers 2796 and 2797 Line #699

(2796) JOSEPH MERRIAM, SR. (2797) SARAH GOLDSTONE

Joseph Merriam, Sr., (#2796, line #600, son of William Merriam, (#5592, line #699) and --- --- , (#5593, line #699), was born about 1600 in England, came to America and was admitted as a freeman from Concord, Mass. on Mar. 14, 1639 or 1640. He married Sarah Goldstone, (#2797, line #699), daughter of John Goldstone, (#5594, line #2497) and Frances Jefferies, (#5595, line #2797). Joseph Merriam, Sr. died in Jan. 1640 or 1641. There was at least one child, a son: 1 JOSEPH MERRIAM, JR., (#1398, line #699)

Line #2797

THE GOLDSTONE LINE A branch of the Merriam Line (699)

(2797)

Sarah Goldstone, b. , m. , d. , m. Joseph Merriam, Sr., (2796), b. about 1600, to America 16--, b. , d. , son of William Merriam and --- --- . John Goldstone, b. , m. , d. , m. Frances Jefferies, (5595), b. , d. . daughter of --- Jefferies and --- --- .

(5594)

Numbers 4096 and 4097 Line #1 THE WELSH ANCESTRY OF JAMES MIRICK From the MERRICK GENEALOGY, by George B. Merrick

The deductions noted below regarding the probable origin of JAMES MIRICK were made by Rev. Edward A. Mirick of the John Mirick branch of the family, from family traditions, historical gleanings from “Burke's Landed Gentry,” Doon's “Visitation of of Pembrokeshire” edited by Sir Samuel Rhys Meyrick, and from other sources. The date of birth of Rt. Rev. Roland Mirick is historical; the other dates are based upon a computation of 33 years to the generation, which in actual comparison of a long line of Miricks has been found to hold good. While many of the conclusions are reached by deduction, nothing is stated which might not reasonably be considered as not only possible, but very probable. His deductions are to be found on this page and also on pages 2048, 1024 and 512. (4096) (4097) MEURIC AP LLEWELLYN MARGARET AP ROLAND

Meuric ap Llewellyn, Captain of the guard at the coronation of King Henry VIII, Apr. 15, 1509. His will is dated 1538. He married Margaret, daughter of Roland who was Rector of Aberffraw, Anglesey, Wales. Meuric ap Llewellyn's castle at Bedorgan, Anglesey, Wales, and the same ancestral estate have been possessed, without interruption upwards of a thousand years. Burke's Peerage is authority for this ancestor of the Merrick family. It is not known how many children they had, but there is a record of four sons: 2 Rt. Rev. Roland Mirick, second son of Meuric, born 1505 at Llangadwaladr, Wales. He was made Bishop of Bangor, which office he held from 1559 to 1563, when he died. Bangor is in North Wales, just across the narrow strait (Menai Strait) which separates the island of Anglesey from the main land. During his incumbency of the Bishopric he had his younger brother, Rev. Edmund Mirick, L.L.D. as his arch deacon. 5 REV. JOHN MIRICK (MERRICK), #2048, line #1, fifth son of Meuric.

Rev. Reynault Mirick, a son of Meuric who was younger than John. He was Rector of Llanleschid. 7 Rev. Edmund Mirick, L.L.D., seventh and youngest son of Meuric, was arch deacon to his brother, the Rt. Rev. Roland Mirick while the latter was Bishop of Bangor. The family of Rev. Edmund Mirick became extinct in the eighteenth century.

Numbers 5120 and 5121 Line #5

(5120)

NICHOLAS HATHAWAY

(5121)

--- ---

Three distinct lines of Hathaways came to America abut 1639. They were: (1) Nicholas, (ours); (2), Arthur, who settled at Marshfield and afterward removed to Dartmouth; and (3) John. They probably came from Wales and may have been brothers, but this has not been proved. It is thought that John may have been the one of Blessing fame who settled in Berkley, though that has not been determined. See page headed, “The Emigrant Hathaways” in the fore part of this book. Nicholas Hathaway, (#5120, line #5), was born probably in Wales, though possibly in England, came to Boston, Mass. About 1639 with his son, John Hathaway, Sr. who was then about ten years old. They went to Taunton, Mass. About 1639 or 1640. In Braintree Records, Nicholas Hathaway had a land grant for four heads, Dec. 24, 1639/40. Two of these would be for Nicholas and for his son, John Sr. and it would look as though the other two might have been for Arthur and for “John of Barnstable”. There apparently is no record of Nicholas Hathaway's wife. In the “Old Colony Historical Society Collections” there is an article entitled, “The Early Hathaways of Taunton” from which is taken the following: “Nicholas Hathaway was one of the first settlers of Taunton. Of his previous history nothing is known, except what may be learned from notices of him contained in the records of Boston which show that he sojourned there for a season and purchased land in the vicinity before purchasing land in Taunton. A tradition has come down from past generations that he was a native of Wales, but that remains to be authenticated.” There were at least three children, sons: 1 JOHN HATHAWAY, SR., (#2560, line #5). 2 Joseph Hathaway. 3 Jacob Hathaway.

Numbers 5122 and 5123 Line #2561

(5122) (5123)

JOHN SHEPHERD, JR. MARGARET SQUIRE

John Shepherd, Jr., (#5122, line #2561), son of John Shepherd, Sr. and Rebecca Waller, both of England, was born about 1599 in England and came to America in July, 1635 at the age of 36 in the “Defiance”, with his wife, Margaret Squire, (#5123, line #2561), daughter of Henry Squire of England. They settled at Braintree, Mass. There was at least two children, probably more. 1 Thomas Shepherd, born in England; came to America with his parents in the “Defiance” in July, 1635, and lived with them in Braintree, Mass. 2 MARTHA SHEPHERD, (#2561, line #5).

Line #5123

THE SQUIRE LINE A branch of the Martha Sheperd Line (561)

(5123)

Margaret Squire, b. , m. , to America 1635, d. , m. John Sheperd, Jr., (5122), b. about 1599, to America 1635, d. , son of John Shepherd, Sr. and Rebecca Waller. Henry Squire.

(10246)

Numbers 5182 and 5183 Line #2591

(5182) (5183)

ROBERT HICKS MARGARET MORGAN (or Margaret Winslow)

Robert Hicks, (#5182, line #2591, was born in England. He married, (1) 1596 in England, Margaret Morgan who died in England in 1607. He married (2) 1610, in England, Margaret Winslow, (#5183, line #2591), (?) whom I think, although I have no proof, was the mother of the children listed below. Robert Hicks came to America in 1621 in the “Fortune”, landing at Plymouth. His second wife, Margaret Winslow, came in the “Anne” in 1622. Robert Hicks died in 1647, and among his children, I have a record of two: 1 PHOEBE (PHEBE) HICKS, (#2591, line #1295). 2 John Hicks married Herodias Long and he died in 1672. There was at lease one child a son: 1 Thomas Hicks, born 1640; married Mary Butler Washburn and he died in 1739. There was at least one child, a son: 1 Jacob Hicks, born 1669; married 1690, Hannah Carpenter, (1672-1750), and he died in 1755. There was at least one child, a son: 1 Benjamin Hicks, born 1716; married, 1736, Phoebe Titus, (1717-1800), and he died in 1744.

Numbers 5186 and 5187 Line #2593

(5186) (5187)

DR. RICHARD PALGRAVE, M.D. ANN HARRIS

Dr. Richard Palgrave, (M.D.), (#5186, line #2593), son of the Rev. Edward Palgrave, (#10372, line #2593) and his unknown wife, was born in Stepney, England and came to Charlestown, Mass. In 1629. That date, 1629, is now thought to be Old Style and should be 1630 as he came over with Governor Winthrop and his fleet. He married Ann Harris, (#5187, line #2593), of whom there is no record. There was at least one child, a daughter: 1 MARY PALGRAVE, (#2593, line #81)

Numbers 5192 and 5193 Line #649

(5192) (5193)

JOSEPH MORSE, SR. DEBORAH (or Dorothy) ---

Joseph Morse, Sr., (#5192, line #649), son of Richard Morse, (#10383, line #649), was born Nov. 4, 1576 in England and died in 1646 at Ipswich, (probably Ipswich, England). He married Deborah (or Dorothy) --- , #5193, line #649) and there was at least one child, a son: 1 JOSEPH MORSE, JR., (#2596, line #649)

Numbers 5194 and 5195 Line #2597

(5194)

JOHN PIERCE

(5195)

ELIZABETH ---

John Pierce, (#5194, line #2597), was born in 1588 in England and came from England to Watertown, Mass. In 1637. He was a Deputy to the (Massachusetts ?) General Court and died 1661. He married Elizabeth --- , (#5195, line #2597) who was born in England in 1601. She lived at Watertown, Mass. And died in 1666. There was at least one child, a daughter: 1 HANNAH PIERCE, (#2597, line #649)

Numbers 5226 and 5227 Line #2613 (5226) (5227) RICHARD WARREN ELIZABETH --- .

Richard Warren, (#5226, line #2613), was probably from Essex, although very possibly from Kent, England. His name is on the Mayflower passage list from London to Southampton, joining the Mayflower there when it set sail for America on Sept. 6, 1620. He was over 45 when he came to America and his true ancestry is very much in doubt, in fact very little is know of him. England was alive with Warrens in the 1600's and there were many Richard Warrens. Professional genealogists have about given up hope of ever tracing his true lineage. His occupation is thought to have been that of a farmer. He left his wife, Elizabeth --- , (#5227, line #2613), and his five daughters, all of whom were born in England, in England and they came to America in 1623. Richard Warren was the 12th signer of the “Mayflower Compact” and participated in the “Third Exploration” that resulted in a fight with the Indians on Dec. 17 and 18, 1620, at a place that has since been described as “The First Encounter”. In 1650 Governor Bradford wrote his “Journal of the Pilgrims” and says in regard to the division of cattle in 1627, “the ninth lot fell to Richard Warren and his companie” and “to this lott fell one of the four black Heyfers that came in the “Jacob”, and two shee goats”. In 1627 only 42 of the 99 persons who reached Plymouth on the Mayflower (some references say that there were 101 and others say there were 102), were still living there. In Bradford's list, published in his book, (above referred to) only ten male persons, including Richard Warren, had the right to use the prefix, “Mr.” before their names. Richard Warren joined the Leydon Pilgrims in July, 1620 at Southampton when the Mayflower and the Speedwell made their first attempts to sail for America. He was known in America as “the grave Mr. Warren.”. He died in 1628, and Secretary Morton, who knew him well, said of him, “He was a useful instrument, and during his life bore a deep share in the difficulties and troubles of this first settlement”. His wife, Elizabeth --- , came to America in 1623, together with their five daughters, she at the supposed age of 43, having been born, according to some references, in 1580. She is said to have been 48 when her husband died in 1628, and she lived 45 years after he died, making her 93 when she died on Oct. 12, 1673. Savage says that she was 90 when she died, but he agrees with the above date of her death. When she was borne up Burial Hill, it was entered upon the Colonial records that she, “having lived a Godly life, came to her grave as a shock of corn, fully ripe”. There were two sons born to them after their arrival in America. It should be remembered that various historical works disagree in

considerable detail regarding Richard Warren, particularly about dates and the number of his children, but the above data is thought to be authentic. Savage lists their children in the order given below, and while this does not coincide entirely with the famous Warren Genealogy, Savage claims that he has every reason to believe his arrangement is correct. He lists the five daughters and two sons as follows: 1 Mary Warren, came to America with her mother and four sisters in 1623; married, 1628, Robert Bartlett, (1603-1676) who came from England to Plymouth Colony in the “Anne” in 1623. They had at least four children, not listed here in the order of their birth: 1 Benjamin Bartlett, (1638-1691); married, 1658, Sarah Brewster and they had at least one child, a son: 1 Ichabod Bartlett, (1664-1717); married, (1), 1699, Elizabeth Waterman, (1609-1708), daughter of Joseph Waterman. Ichabod Bartlett married, (2), Sarah Snow, daughter of Anthony Snow and Abigail Warren who was a daughter of Richard Warren (#5226, line #2613). See line #5 below. 2 Lydia Bartlett, 1648-1691); married James Barnaby of Plymouth, who died about 1677. They had at least one child, a son: 1 James Barnaby, (1670-1726); married Joanna Harlow, (1669-1725), daughter of Sergeant William Harlow. James Barnaby and his wife, Joanna Harlow had at least one child, a son: 1 Captain Ambrose Barnaby, Sr., (1706-1775); married, 1728, Elizabeth Gardiner of Swansea, granddaughter of Lieutenant Samuel Gardiner. Captain Ambrose Barnaby and his wife, Elizabeth Gardiner had at least one child, a son: 1 Ensign Ambrose Burnaby, Jr., (1745-1802); married Phylena Burt of Berkley. Thereafter was at least one child, a son: 1 Rev. James Barnaby, (1787-1877); married Abigail Burt, daughter of Lieutenant Abner Burt of Berkley. 3 Rebecca Bartlett married Sergeant William Harlow, (1624-1691) who later was a Lieutenant Governor of Plymouth Colony. They had at least one child, a son: 1 William Harlow, Jr., born 1650; married, (1), Lydia Cushman, daughter of Elder Thomas Cushman. He married, (2), Mary Allerton, daughter of Isaac Allerton. 4 Elizabeth Bartlett married Anthony Sprague, (1636-1719), son of William Sprague. She died in 1713. They had at least one

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child, a son: 1 Jeremiah Sprague, (1682-1759); married Priscilla Knight, (1685-1775), and they had at least one child, a son: 1 Knight Sprague, (1711-1804), soldier in the Indian Wars and in the American Revolution. He married, (1), Mary Lewis and there was at least one child, a daughter: 1 Sarah Sprague, (1738-1831), married, 1762 Richard Southgate, Jr., (1742-1822) of Bridgewater, Vermont. He was a soldier in the American Revolution and was a son of Richard Southgate, Sr. (17141798) of Leisester, Mass. And his wife, Emily Brown, daughter of Samuel Brown. Ann Warren, came to America with her mother and her four sisters in 1623; married, Apr. 9, 1623, Thomas Little, who came from England and was at Plymouth colony in 1630. He purchased 1000 acres of land at Marshfield, Mass. in 1650 and was a member of Plymouth Military Company. He died at Soituate in 1671 or 1672. Sarah Warren came to America with her mother and her four sisters in 1623; married, Mar. 28, 1634, John Cooke, son of Francis Cooke (1583-1663), 17th Signer of the Mayflower Compact; came to America in 1620 on the Mayflower; married at Leyden, Holland, 1603, Hester Mahieu, a Wallcon and Heugenot – she died between 1666 and 1675). John Cooke died Nov. 23, 1695. Sarah Warren and her husband, John Cooke, had at least one child, a daughter: 1 Sarah Cooke, born 1635; married Arthur Hathaway of Mansfield and they afterwards removed to Dartmouth. They left a great number of descendants as is shown by the several volumes of them in the Boston Library. Arthur Hathaway and his wife, Sarah Cooke, had at least one child, a son: 1 John Hathaway, born Sept. 17, 1653. ELIZABETH WARREN, (#2613, line #653). Abigail Warren came to America with her mother and her four sisters in 1623; married, 1639, Anthony Snow of Marshfield. There was at least one child, a daughter: 1 Sarah Snow married Ichabod Bartlett (see the third #1 line on preceeding page). She was his second wife. Nathaniel Warren, Sr., born 1624 in America and married, 1645, Sarah Walker and he died in 1669, or 1667. His widow married a man named Blackwell and she died in 1700. Nathaniel Warren, Sr. and Sarah Walker, his wife, had 12 children, listed by Savage as follows: 1 Richard Warren, born 1646, married Sarah --- and they moved to Middleborough where he died in 1696 or 1697. There was at least one child, a son:

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4 5 6 7

1 John Warren, (1690-1768), married, 1713, Naomi Bates and they had, probably among others, a son: 1 James Warren, (1714-1800); married, 1744, Abigail Thomas, (1722-1807). He was a soldier in the American Revolution. There was at least one child, a son: 1 Edward Warren, (1760-1814) of Watertown, Conn., and was a soldier in the Revolution. He married Mary Steele and they had at least one child, a son: 1 Alanson Warren, (1793-1856); resided at Watertown, Conn. And married, 1818, Sarah M. Hickox, (1799-1866), daughter of Major Caleb Hickox and Ruth Scoville who was a descendent of General John Mason, (1600-1672). Jabez Warren, who died young. Sarah Warren, born Aug. 29, 1649; married John Blackwell and they had at least one child, a daughter: 1 Alice Blackwell, born 1681; married William Spooner who was born in 1680. There was at least one child, a daughter: 1 Alice Spooner, born 1718; married Roger Haskell, (1711-1750) and they had at least one child: 1 Rebecca Haskell, (1743-1838), married Captain John Granger, (1734-1783), and they had at least one child, a daughter: 1 Rhoda Granger, (1779-1809); married Seth Taylor, who died in 1811. Hope Warren, born Mar. 17, 1651. Jane Warren, born Jan. 10 or Dec. 31, 1651, probably the latter date; married, Sept. 19, 1672, Benjamin Lombard of Barnstable. Elizabeth Warren, born Sept. 5, 1654; married a Mr. Green. Alice Warren, born Aug. 2, 1656; married 1674, Thomas Gibbs and she died in 1725. There was at least 1 child, a daughter: 1 Abigail Gibbs who married, in 1697, Jireh Swift, son of William Swift, and they had at least one child, a son: 1 Nathaniel Swift, (1708-1790); married, 1730, Abia Tupper and they had at least one child, a son: 1 Isaac Swift, (1753-1802), a surgeon in the American Revolution. He married, 1775, Patience Case and they had at least one child, a daughter: 1 Patience Swift, (1784-1819), married, 1816, Rev. Thomas Lippencott, (1791-1869), a son of Barzillai Lippencott, (1760-1812)

and Elizabeth Ellet. 8 Mercy Warren, born Feb. 20, 1658; married Jonathan Delano. 9 Mary Warren, born Mar. 9, 1660; married, but the name of her husband is not known. 10 Nathaniel Warren, Jr., born Mar. 19, 1662; married Phebe Murdock and he died in 1707. There were no children. 11 John Warren, born Oct. 23, 1663; died young. 12 James Warren, born Nov. 7, 1665; died 1667, says Savage. He also says in another place in his same book, that he married, 1687, Sarah Dotey (or Doten), eldest daughter of the 2nd Edward Dotey (or Doten) who came on the Mayflower, and that they had nine children. 7 Joseph Warren, Sr., born in 1627, in America; married about 1651, Priscilla Faunce (born about 1633 or 1634), a sister of the famous ruling elder, Thomas Faunce. She was a daughter of John Faunce who came to America in 1623 in the “Anne” and his wife, Patience Morton who was born in 1615 in England. Priscilla Faunce died in 1707. Joseph Warren, Sr. was a Representative to the General Court, by annual election from 1681 to 1686 and he died in 1696 or 1698. There were six children, according to Savage, who lists them in the following order: 1 Mercy Warren, born Sept. 23, 1653; married, 1674 or in Feb. 1675, Major John Bradford. (1653-1736), living with him nearly 62 years. She died Mar., 1747. Major John Bradford was a son of Major William Bradford, (1624-1703/4) and his wife, Alice Richards, (1627-1671). Major William Bradford was a son of Governor Bradford. Mercy Warren and her husband, Major John Bradford, had at least one child, a son: 1 Lieutenant Samuel Bradford, (1683-1740); married, 1714, Sarah Grey, and they had at least one child, a son: 1 Gideon Bradford, Sr., born 1718 or 1719; was married and he had at least one child, a son: Gideon Bradford, Jr., born 1752; married and had at least one child, a son: 1 Zebediah Bradford. 2 Abigail Warren, born Mar. 15, 1655 and died young. 3 Joseph Warren, Jr., born Jan. 8, 1657; married in 1692, Mehitable Wilder. 4 Patience Warren, born in March, 1660; married 1686, Samuel Lucas who was born in 1661 in West England. He was killed in 1715 or 1716 in King Philip's War. There was at least one child, a son: 1 Joseph Lucas, born in 1689; was Deacon of the First Church. He married Meletiah --- and there was at least one child, a son: 1 Barnabus Lucas, born 1729; married Anna Pierce and

5 Elizabeth Warren, born Aug. 15, 1652 (?), probably 1662); married Jan. 19, 1688, Josiah Phinney. 6 Benjamin Warren, born Jan. 8, 1670; married, 1697, Hannah Morton, (1677-1715), and he died in 1746. There was at least one child, a son: 1 Nathaniel Warren, (1706-1767), married Sarah Morton who was born in 1718, and there was at least one child, a daughter: 1 Ruth Warren, born 1758; married Thomas Morton and they had at least one child, a daughter: 1 Jane Morton who married Chandler Burgess, (1786-1851).

Numbers 5228 and 5229 Line #1307

(5228) (5229)

EDWARD SPRAGUE --- ---

Edward Sprague, (#5228, line #1307), was born, married, died in England. There were at least two children, probably more: 1 Ralph Sprague, born 1603 in England; came from England to Salem, Mass. About 1626; removed to Charlestown, 1629; was a Deputy to the General Court in 1635, et seq.; Ensign for Charlestown, 1646; Lieutenant, 1637 to 1641 and from 1647 to 1649; member of the Ancient and Honorable Artillary Company, 1637; married Joan Warren and he died in 1650. 2 William Sprague, (#2614, line #1307).

Numbers 5230 and 5231 Line #2615

(5230) (5231)

CAPTAIN ANTHONY EAMES MARGERY ---

Captain Anthony Eames, (#5230, line #2615) was born in England in 1595 or 1596, came to America and was a landed proprietor of Charlestown, Mass. In 1634. He removed to Hingham in 1636 and to Marshfield in 1650. Was a Deputy to the General Court, 1637-1638 and in 1643 was Captain of Hingham Military Company in 1644 and 1645. He died in 1686. He married Margery --- , (#5231, line #2615) and there was at least one child, a daughter: 1 MILLICENT EAMES, (#2615, line #1307).

Numbers 5238 and 5239 Line #2619

(5238) (5239)

THOMAS GOBLE I ALICE ---

Thomas Goble, I. (#5238, line #2619) was born in Charlestown, Mass. And moved to Concord; was a freeman Sept. 3, 1634. He married Alice --- , (#5239, line #2619), who was perhaps a daughter of Ralph Mousall. They had three sons and three daughters, of whom only four children are known: 1 2 3 4 Mary Goble, baptized Feb. 27, 1636. SARAH GOBLE, (#2619, line #1309). Daniel Goble, born July 18, 1641. Thomas Goble III of Charlestown, probably removed to Concord; was a Freeman in 1690. He married Ruth --- and he died Nov. 22, 1690. There were six children: 1 Thomas Goble, III, who outlived his father. 2 Stephen Goble, perhaps the murderer. 3 Robert Goble, who died young. 4 Mary Goble. 5 Ruth Goble, born Aug. 4, 1663. 6 Abigail Goble, born Jan. 19, 1669.

Numbers 5284 and 5285 Line #1321

(5284) (5285)

EDWARD HOLYOKE, SR. --- ---

Edward Holyoke, Sr. (#5284, line #1321), is thought to be the same “Edward Hollyooke” mentioned in the will of Ann Hathaway, wife of the Immortal bard, William Shakespeare, where he is mentioned as having a claim of 20 shillings for wood. Edward Holyoke was married and there was t least one child, a son: 1 EDWARD HOLYOKE, JR., (#2642, line #1321)

Numbers 5298 and 5299 Line #2549 Note: The Tidd genealogy, to be found in the Newberry Library, Chicago, Ill. Is considered authentic. It gives the name “Tidd” as also being spelled, “Tead”, “Tedd” and “Todd”.

(5298) (5299)

JOHN TIDD, SR. MARGARET ---

John Tidd, Sr., (#5298, line #2649) was said to have been from Hartford, England and was Sergeant of the Militia camp. He was a tailor by trade. He came to America and settled at Charlestown, Mass. where he was a landed proprietor. In 1640 he removed to Woburn where he is recorded as selling land in 1652 and was a town officer. He married (1), Margaret --- , (#5299, line #2649) and she died in 1651. He married, (2), Alice --- . His will is dated 1656 and he died Apr. 27, 1657. There was at least one child by his first wife, a daughter: 1 ELIZABETH TIDD, (#2649, line #331)

Numbers 5524 and 5525 Line #1381

(5524) (5525)

MICHAEL BACON, SR. ALICE ---

Michael Bacon, Sr., (#5524, line #1381) was born in 1579 in England and he came from Ireland with his wife (first or second) and four children to Dedham, Mass. In 1633 when his name appears as one of the signers of the Dedham Agreement. He returned to England, probably in 1633. He returned to America in 1640 when he was granted the right to become an inhabitant of Dedham. He married, (1), Grace Blowerses; and he married, (2) Alice --- , (#5525, line #1381) who died in 1647/8. There were several children of whom I have a record of one, a son of the second wife: 1 MICHAEL BACON, JR., (#2762, line #1381)

Numbers 5588 and 5589 Line #1397

(5588) (5589)

REV. JOHN LOTHROP HANNAH HOWSE

Rev. John Lothrop, (#5588, line #1397), son of Thomas Lothrop, (#11176, line #1397) and Mary Salte, (#11177, line #1397), was born in England in 1584; educated at Oxford University; was pastor of First Independent or Congregational Church at London. He intended taking passage to America on the Mayflower in 1620, but he was in jail at the time. The Mayflower sailed; however, he came to Scituate, Mass. In 1639 where he was also first minister. He married (1), 1610, in England, Hannah Howse, (#5589, line #1397), daughter of the Rev. John Howse, (#11182, line #5591) and an un-named wife. The Rawlinson MS a 128 in the Bodleian Library, comprising records of the proceedings of the Court High Commission, (Ecclesiastical Division), 1632, gives an interesting account of the prosecution of the Rev. John Lothrop and his flock of dissenters. Samuel Howse and Penninah Howse, (#5591, line #2795), brother and sister of the wife of Rev. John Lothrop, were among these. Penninah Howse became the wife of Robert Linnell (Lynnell), (#5590, line #2795) of Barnstable. Rev. John Lothrop married, (2), --- --- , of whom nothing is known. He and his first wife had several children, probably not all of them are listed here, nor are they listed in the order of their birth. 1 THOMAS LOTHROP, (#2794, line #1397), their first son. 2 Jane Lathrop, (b. 1614, d. before 1683); m. 1635, Samuel Fuller, (1612-1683), son of Edward Fuller, Emigrant. Among other children, there were: 1 Samuel Fuller, (1638-1693), m. his second cousin, Ann Fuller, daughter of Captain Mathew Fuller; and had: 1 Mathew Fuller, (1663/4-1744), m. 1692, Patience Young, (1670-1746), daughter of George Young. 2 Barnabas Fuller, (d. 1738), m. Elizabeth Young, daughter of George and Hannah (---) Young. 2 John Fuller, (1699/1700-1775), m. Lydia Day of Colchester, Conn., daughter of John Day, Jr.; and had: 1 Captain Abraham Fuller, (1735-1807) a Captain in the

American Revolution; m. Lydia Gillett. 3 Hannah Fuller, m. Nicholas Bonham; and had: 1 Mary Bonham, b. 1661, m. 1681, Rev. Edmund Bonham, (1661-1734), who was Founder of the Seventh Day Baptist Church at Piscataway, N.J. 4 Lieutenant Joseph Lathrop, (1624-1702), Deputy to the Mass. General Court and member of the Council of War; m. 1650, Mary Ansell; and they had: 1 Hope Lathrop, (1671-1734), m. 1696, his cousin, Elizabeth Lothrop, (1677-1763), daughter of Malitiah Lothrop. 5 Samuel Lathrop, (d. 1699), of Scituate and Barnstable, Mass. And Norwich, Conn.; m. 1644, Elizabeth Scudder and had: 1 Joseph Lathrop, (1661-1745), m. 1696/7, Elizabeth Waterhouse (1661-1726), and had: 1 Temperance Lathrop, (b. 1704), m. 1727, John Bishop, (1685-1754), son of Samuel Bishop and Hester Cogswell.

Numbers 5590 and 5591 Line #2795

(5590) (5591)

ROBERT LINNELL PENNINAH HOWSE

Robert Linnell, (#5590, line #295), was born in England, came to America, and married about 1632, Penninah Howse, (#5591, line #2795), daughter of Rev. John Howse, (#11182, line #5591) and an un-named wife. Robert Linnell lived at Barnstable, Mass. The Rawlinson MS. A 128 in the Bodleian Library,comprising records of the proceedings of the Court of High Commission (Ecclesiastical Division), 1632, gives an interesting account of the prosecution of the Rev. John Lothrop, (#5588, line #1397) and his flock of dissenters. Samuel Howse and Penninah Howse, brother and sister of the wife of Rev. John Lothrop were among these. Robert Linnell and his wife, Penninah Howse, had at least one child, a daughter: 1 SARAH LINNELL, (#2795, line #1397)

Line #5591

THE HOWSE LINE (or House) A branch of the Linnell Line (2795)

(5591)

Penninah Howse, b. , m. about 1632, d. , m. Robert Linnell, (or Lynnell), (5590), b. , to America 16--, d. , son of --- Linnell and --- --- . Note: There is a double descent in the Howse line. Penninah House, (#5591, this page), married Robert Linnell, (#5590, this page). Hannah Howse, #5589, line #1397), married Rev. John Lothrop, (#5588, line #1397). Penninah Howse and Hanna Howse were sisters.

(11182)

Rev. John Howse, b. , m. , d. 1630, m. --- --- , (11183), b. , d. .

Numbers 5592 and 5593 Line #699

(5592) (5593)

WILLIAM MERRIAM --- ---

William Merriam, (#5592, line #699) of Kent, England, married --- ---, (#5593, line #699) and there was at least one child, a son: 1 JOSEPH MERRIAM, SR., (#2796, line #699)

Numbers 82816 and 82817 Line #647

(82816) (82817)

GEORGE LEONARD ANNA BIRD

George Leonard, (82816) lived in the Reign of Henry VI and married Anna Bird, (#82817), daughter of John Bird and --- --- . There was at least one child, a son: 1 JOHN LEONARD, SR., (#41408, line #647).

Numbers 10352 and 10353 Line #647

(10352) (10353)

LORD SAMSON LEONARD BARONNESS MARGARET FIENNES

Lord Samson Leonard, (#10352, line #647), son of John Leonard, Jr., (#20704, line #647) and Elizabeth Harmon, (#20705, line #647), was born in 1545 and died in 1615. He was the eleventh Lord of Dacre. He married Baroness Margaret Fiennes, (#10353, line #647) and she died in 1611. She had a very long line of distinguished ancestors, including King Alfred the Great, William the Conqueror, King Henry I of England, King Henry III of England, Kings Edward I, II and III of England, Llewellyn the Great, a long list of Barons Dacre( from whom her husband was descended), William de Percy, Robert Stafford the standard bearer of the Conquest, Sir Edward Neville; the great Baronial lines of Monceaux, Fiennes and Despenser. Lord Samson Leonard and Baroness Margaret Fiennes, his wife, had at least one child, a son: 1 JAMES LEONARD, (#2588, line #647)

Numbers 10480 and 10481 Line #655

(10480) (10481)

THOMAS BROWNE JOAN ---

Thomas Browne, (#10480, line #655) was born in England and lived at Hawkedon, county Suffolk, near Bury, St. Edmunds, England. He married Joan --- (#10481, line #655) and there was at least one child, a son: 1 ABRAHAM BROWNE, SR., (#5240, line #655).

Numbers 11176 & 11177 Line #1397

(11176) (11177)

THOMAS LOTHROP MARY SALTE

Thomas Lothrop, (or Lathrop), (#11176, line #1397), son of supposedly) Robert Lathrop, (#22352, line #1397) and Ellen --- , (#22353, line #137), was born, married and he died in England. He married Mary Salte, (#11177, line #1307), daughter of Robert Salte (of Yoxall and Gauch) and his wife, who was a daughter of John Saint Andrews of Gotham, county of Nottingham, England. Thomas Lothrop was of Bramshall of Leighs, Staffordshire, according to the “Sterling Genealogy”, while “Genealogical Memoir of the Lo-Lathrop Families” by Rev. E. B. Huntington, claims he resided in Etton in the Wapentake of Harthill, East Riding of Yorkshire. Perhaps both are right. Thomas Lothrop and his wife, Mary Salte, had at least one child, a son: 1 REV. JOHN LOTHROP, (#5588, line #1397).

Numbers 11182 and 11183 Line #5591

(11182) (11183)

REV JOHN HOWSE --- ---

Rev. John Howse, (#11182, line #5591, was born, married and he died in Eastwell, county Kent, England, (where he was the pastor of a church), Aug. 30, 1630. He married --- --- , (#11183, line #5591) and there were four children, not listed in the order of their birth: 1 2 3 4 Thomas Howse; whose will was drawn in London, England, Oct. 18, 1643. PENNINAH HOWSE, (#5591, line #2795). HANNAH HOWSE, (#5589, line #1397). Samuel Howse, lived in Scituate, Mass.

Numbers 20704 and 20705 Line #647

(20704) (20705)

JOHN LEONARD, JR. ELIZABETH HARMON

John Leonard, Jr., (#20704, line #647), son of John Leonard, Sr., (#41408, line #647) and --- --- , (#41409, line #647), was born in 1508 and died in 1590. He married Elizabeth Harmon, (#20705, line #647) and there was at least one child, a son: 1 SAMSON LEONARD, (#10352, line #647).

Numbers 41408 and 41409 Line #647

(41408) (41409)

JOHN LEONARD, SR. --- ---

John Leonard, Sr., (#41408, line #647), son of George Leonard, (#82816, line #647) and Anna Bird, (#82817, line #647), was born in 1479 and died in 1556. He was of Knolle and he bought Chevening Kent in 1551. There was at least one child, a son: 1 JOHN LEONARD, JR., (#20704, line #647).

had at least one child, a son: 1 Elijah Lucas, born about 1757. Was a soldier in the American Revolution. He married, 1779, Sarah Shaw, daughter of Thomas Shaw who also fought in the American Revolution, and his wife, Mary Atwood, daughter of Jonathan Atwood. Elijah Lucas died about 1806. He and his wife, Sarah Shaw, had at least one child, a daughter: 1 Sallie Lucas, (1781-1879); married, 1802, Charles Crapo, (1776 ? - 1862), son of Peter Crapo, (1743-1822) and his wife, Sarah West.

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