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1 About this time Rogers made a rash and almost insane attempt to regain his divorced wife, then united to Matthew Beckwith. A writ was issued against him in January, 1702-3, on complaint of Beckwith, charging him with laying hands on her, declaring she was his wife, and threatening Beckwith that he would have her in spite of him — all which Rogers confessed to be true, but defended, on the plea that she was really his wife. Family: F498
2 Among the marriage licenses, diocese of Exeter, Devon, England, Bishop's registry, city of Exeter, at the cathedral, is found the following, of great interest to us: "1616, Aug. 26. Christopher Averye of Iplepen and Margery Stephens of Abbotts Kerswell."

married at Ipplepen, Devonshire 
Family: F354
3 Baker's book says he was married June 22 1800 and Samuel Raymonds says Mar 22 (ADV 10/3/09). Family: F590
4 by Rev. James Allen Family: F2117
5 By Rev. Joseph Brown of New London Family: F39
6 by Reverend George Gordon Family: F44
7 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family: F18
8 David Ernest Vibber pencilled in: "By the Rev. Levi Meach Pastor Union Baptist Church, old family notes" Family: F33
9 Donald L. Jacobus, Families of Ancient New Haven, 1922-1932, 3 volumes. Family: F758
10 Evans was her second husband. Family: F346
11 Family History Library, Salt Lake City, UT, Film # 0873753 item 4. Family: F404
12 First Church of Christ Family: F61
13 first European-American wedding to take place. Family: F381
14 Found under Mary Stonebach Detweiler Family: F1661
15 from Karol:
I found a wedding announcement for Mary Alice Dewey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Tomboeke n of Winchester, IN, and Donald Martin Kinney. It was in the 20 April 1948 edition of the Tr averse City,Michigan, 'Record-Eagle.' 
Family: F2745
16 H. A. Baker says she was a widow before she married John. Family: F329
17 He then married 8 May, 1754, Mariam Baker, widow of Joshua Baker. Family: F188
18 John Loren Avery (Elisha Vibber, Oliver, Jonathan, Jonathan, Thomas, James, Christopher) was b. Nov. 2, 1840, at Bozrah; see Editorial Note on page 830; m. Sarah Belinda Mitchell, dau. of James A. and Belinda (Maynard) Mitchell. She was b. Feb. 14, 1834. He d. Sept. 11, 1865, at Norwich.

Child of John Loren and Sarah Belinda (Mitchell) Avery, b. at Bozrah:
i. John Loren, b. May 20, 1865. 
Family: F886
19 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family: F1274
20 JRV says married in Leesburg but Florida Marriage collection says it was in Marion County (ADV 10/23/09). Family: F1265
21 KINNEY, CARL D SMART, JUNE E 1946 Liber 5, page 189
Tuesday June 25, 1946 Traverse City Record Eagle
Local man weds in Rogers City
Baskets of gladioli decorated the home of Mr and Mrs George Smart of Rogers City June 15t h for the marrriage of their daughter, June, to Carl D. Kinney, son of Mrs. Wallace Kinney o f Traverse City.Rev. James Matthews of Mapleton performed the ceremony.
Miss Smart, given in marriage by her father, wore a powder bule suit with black accessoriesan d a corsage of white galdioli. her aunt, Eunice Lamb of rogers city was maid of honor. Her gr ay suit wasaccented by black accessories and a corsage of yellow galdioli. Arlene Tinker o f Traverse City was the bridesmaid. she wore a gray suit with balck accessories and a yello w galadioli corsage.
Attending the groom was Russel Smart, brother of the bride and Ben Strezlecki, her uncle.
A dinner was served following the wedding after which there was a reception for friends at th e bride's home.
Mr and Mrs Kinney left for a trip in the southern part of the state and after July 1st will b e at the home at 126 East Eighth Street, Traverse City.
Out of town guest included Mr and Mrs. Peter Visser, Mrs. Kinney,Miss Dorothy Clark and Mrs . John Cooper of this city. 
Family: F2741
22 Marriage Not Confirmed. Was Pencilled note in Baker's Book. Family: F59
23 married by Rev. Job Cushing of the Congregational church. Family: F428
24 officiator Other Clergyman Family: F869
25 Rev. Curtis Keeney Family: F291
26 Rev. Fredrie A Crafts Family: F42
27 Rev. John H. Stevens Family: F419
28 Reverend Alfred Lefft, Pastor of the Quaker Hill Baptist Church, Waterford, CT Family: F32
29 Reverend Levi Meach Family: F33
30 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family: F101
31 Reverend Robert Clark Pastor Family: F37
32 Says "marriage 19 July, 1711" - appears to be an error Family: F161
33 Sund 11 December 1737 fair &Cold

a Sacramt Day. Mr Adams pr all Day. Nathll Holt Junr a Son , Babtized Nathll. old Samll Rogers Published to Widow Earns in English Print. George Hill & Joanna vibber publisht. 
Family: F172
34 Sund. 27 March 1737 fair

Mr. adm pr all day. Jno Vebber Junr & Annie Copp of North Parish publisht here.

Shown in New London Vital Records under the name "Weber". 
Family: F192
35 The wife of Thomas was called Johanna_____________; her maiden name has not been recovered. Family: F156
36 The Wife of Thomas Williams was called Johanna ______; her maiden name has not been recovered. He died about 1705. His inventory was taken September 4th of same year. After his death his widow married Samuel Rogers, Who died 1 Dec., 1713, leaving her again a widow.
Family: F162
37 There is a newspaper clipping of their wedding announcement saved inbetween pages 30-31 in the "Pierce Gage and his Descendants" book. Family: F64
38 They had eleven children. They removed to Michigan about 1830, and were some of New England's best citizens. Family: F217
39 They were "Published" Sept. 2, 1782. Family: F387
40 Thursd 12 September fair.

I was in the North Parish to Mr Hardens & vibbers. I maryd Abrah Harden & Mercy vibber & came home in the Eveng. 
Family: F170
41 “Roxbury Vital Records.” Family: F519
42 In 1910 her son Fed lists birthplace as Wisconsin and in 1920 & 1930 as New York (ADV 10/22/09). 
43 She and her son Theodore were living with her daughter and husband Halsey Richards during the 1930 Census (ADV 9/29/2009). Adelaide J.
44 During the 1920 Census, she was living with her daughter "Mana" and husband (ADV 9/25/09). Amanda
45 Widow in 1920 with four servants listed in house with children (ADV 9/13/09). Amy R.
46 She was living with her daughter Catherine and husband Franklin Jerone during the 1910 Census (ADV 9/27/09). Anna L.
47 She was living with her daughter Gladys' family during 1920 Census (ADV 9/23/09). Annie M.
48 Ellen was a member of the Settle Monthly Meeting in Yorkshire, England. She was granted a Certificate of Removal 7d 4m 1682 (7 June 1682). Ellen and all of her children, except Ralph, arrived in Pennsylvania on the ship "Lamb", 22 Oct 1682. The "Lamb" was one of twenty-two ships, of Quakers, who arrived in Pennsylvania between December 1681 and November 1682 bound for William Penn's colony.

Further contact with other Cowgill researchers has shown that there is no proof that Ellen was the daughter of Thomas Stackhouse. Therefo re I have removed her from the family of Thomas Stackhouse. She may have died on board ship before reaching Pennsylvania. There is no proof that Ellen lived in Pennsylvania. Her children are scattered and she does not appear as a witness at the marriage of any of her children. 
49 She is listed as a widow in the 1920 Census (ADV 10/3/09). Emma
50 In 1900, she and her husband were living with his Nephew George Alfred Todd (9/24/09).
In 1910, she was a widow and living with her husbands nephew Wilbur R. Todd's family (ADV 9/24/09). 
Etta G.
51 Died before 1792 when his widowed wife Eunice _______ married Jonas Wickwire. Eunice
52 II) Fleance s of Banqui, m Guenta Princess of North Wales Fleance
53 Delos is listed as a widow in the 1930 census (ADV 10/5/09). Flora A. Sanford
54 Artemas and Hannah adopted Frank according to the 1880 Census (ADV 10/3/09). Frank M
55 Genta Princess of North Wales Genta
56 doesn't appear in the 1920 census with husband (ADV 9/13/09). Leila L.
57 I am not exactly positive is this is her death record, but I believe so (ADV 10/23/09). Leona Bell
58 This Lois might be:
Lois Roger b. 1/31/1752, daughter of Joshua Rogers?
Lois Copp b. 12/31/1754, daughter of Samuel Copp?
Lois Baker b. ~1751, daughter of James Baker?Son of Joshua and Marian Hurlburt
Lois Baker b. 1754, daughter of Gideon Baker? Son of Joshua and Marian Hurlburt

ADV 9/17/2009 
59 She was living with her husbands sister's family, Frederick P. Richmond, in 1900 & 1910 (ADV 9/13/2009). Louise F.
60 Allinfo from OneWorldTree - Margaret
61 Deducing by 1910 & 1920 census, she was bron between 4/17/1865 and 1/17/1866. NOT SURE WHY I WROTE THIS Mary
62 He had his family living in Lowell, Middlesex, MA in 1860 during the census. They were all born in Maine, including himself. Mary A.
63 She had 10 children, of which only 5 were living in 1900. She was living with her son Lee's family during the 1900 Census (ADV 10/16/09). Matildia
64 She is living with her grand-daughter Onie May (Lindsey) Kinney's family during the 1920 Census (ADV 10/4/2009). Roxie A.
65 She was born in NY according to Charles Oscar's 1880 Census record (ADV 10/5/09). Ruth
66 "In the November following the death of his wife, he married Sarah, widow or Robert Keyes. One account says she survived him, while another states that he remarried, for his third wife, Mary Keyes, in Feb. 1663, who died Dec. 20, 1668." Sarah
67 She is living with her daughter Lucretia/Lucinda's family during the 1850, 1860 & 1870 Census. There is also an age discrepancy between the two census records (ADV 10/2/09). Sarah L.
68 Alfred Jr. lists his mother as being born in Canada in his 1910 Census (ADV 10/22/09). Wife 1
69 His family is living at his parents during the 1910 Census (ADV 10/10/09). (Vibber) Wertenberger Jesse Lou
70 He and his wife are livign at her parents house during the 1930 Census (ADV 10/10/09). (Vibber) Wertenberger Melvin Jesse
71 Lulu Cemetery, Ida, Monroe, Michigan (Vibber) Wertenberger Melvin Jesse
72 found by ADV 10/10/09

Sharon LaVigne Jan. 3, 1943-June 20, 2008
last modified June 21. 2008 11:37PM
Sharon LaVigne, 65 yrs, of Monroe, died Saturday at Mercy Memorial Hospital.

Friends may call at the Capaul Funeral Home Monday from 12 Noon until services at 2 PM. Rev. Tedd Kerr, Pastor of Prince of Peace Lutheran Church, Ida, will officiate. Burial will be in Maple Grove Cemetery, Dundee.

Mrs. LaVigne was born January 3, 1943, in Monroe, to Perl and Erma (Korn) Wertenberger.

Survivors include: a daughter, Erma (Douglas) Phillips, of Traverse City, a sister, Marlene Burdis, of Monroe; and a grandchild. She was preceded in death by her parents and two brothers.

Memorial contributions for Mrs. LaVigne, may be made to the charity of the Donor's choice.

On line condolences may be sent to
(Vibber) Wertenberger Sharon
73 Descendants of George Abbott, who emigrated from England, and d. in Rowley 1647, have been numerous in many places ; but the representation in this town has been limited in number. George Abbott, Jr., the eldest son of the emigrant, was also b. in England, and settled in Andover, where he md. 1658, Sarah Farnum. He d. Mar. 22, 1689, and his widow md. Aug. 1, 1689, Henry Ingalls, son of Edmund Ingalls, the emigrant. She d. May 12, 1728, aged 90. George and Sarah (Farnum) Abbott were the parents of thirteen children. Samuel, the youngest son, b. May 30, 1678, md. June 26, 1705, Joyce Rice, dau.of Edmund and Joyce (Russell) Rice, of Sudbury. He settled in Sudbury, where his children were b. His son, Samuel Abbott, Jr., b. Aug. 21, 1716, md. 1737, Abigail Mirick, and left nine children, and among them Samuel Abbott, Jr., who md. Martha Jennings, and removed to Framingham previous to the Revolution. He d. in Sherburne, of small-pox, 1791. His widow md. Noah Eaton, and d. in the autumn of 1834. The eldest son of Samuel and Martha Jennings Abbott, was Josiah, b. Sept. 26, 1775, md. Ruth Estabrook, of Holden. Resided in Framingham.

GEORGE ABBOT, with three sons, 2 George, 2 Nehemiah, and 2 Thomas, emigrated from England. He d. in Rowley, A. D. 1647. 2 THOMAS, m. in Rowley, and d. 7 Sept. 1659, without issue.

(I) George Abbott was probably born in England and died in 1647, in Rowley, Essex county, Massachusetts, where he had lived about five years after coming from England with his family about 1642, being one of the first settlers. The early records of Rowley are missing and not much is known of him. The inventory of his effects amounted to Ł95 2s. 8d. He had three children born in England : Thomas, died at Rowley, Massachusetts, September 5, 1659; George (see forward) ; Nehemiah.

George Abbott, the immigrant ABBOTT ancestor, was probably born in England, and died in Rowley, Essex county, Massachusetts, in 1647. He was one of the first settlers there, coming about 1642 from England, with his family. The records of Rowley during the time he lived there are missing, so that not much has been found concerning him. His name was at the head of a list of fifty-nine whose house-lots were surveyed January 10, 1643. About twenty acres of land are recorded as belonging to him at that time, but he evidently owned much more than that. It is thought that the Thomas Jr. in his family was an adopted son. George Abbott died in 1647, ar>d after his death the court at Ipswich decided to put Thomas Jr. out as an apprentice to John Boynton for seven years, and guardians were appointedfor the children. Abbott left a will, according to the Massachusetts colonial records, which was referred by the general court to the Salem court, November II, 1647, but the will has not been found. The inventory of his estate was dated August 30, 1647. About three years after his death, Thomas Sr., his son, was eighth on the list of landowners, and was one of the leading proprietors and overseers, showing that his father must have owned a large amount of land. Children, born in England : Thomas Sr. ; George, mentioned below ; Nehemiah ; Thomas Jr. 
Abbott George
74 GEORGE ABBOT settled in Andover, 1655, where he m. May, 1658, Sarah Farnum, and lived near the North Meeting-house, served as sexton, and was respected ; he d. 22 Mar. 1689 ; she d. 1728, a. 90, the widow of Henry Ingalls, who d. 1719, a. 92.

(II) George (2), son of George (1) Abbott, was born in England, about 1631, and came to New England with his father's family, probably about 1642. He lived in Rowley, Essex county, Massachusetts, about fourteen years, and in 1655 he settled in that part of Andover afterwards North Andover, but now Andover Center. He was a husbandman and tailor, very thrifty and industrious, and for that day was financially well-off, being, according to the tax list, one of the five wealthiest men in Andover. He was a member of Sergeant James Osgood's militia company, 1658-59. He was made a freeman, May 19, 1669, and was elected constable, June 3, 1680: He was much respected, and for many years had charge of North Meeting House, Andover. He was married, in Ipswich, Essex county, Massachusetts, by "Mr. Bradstreet," April 26, 1658, to Sarah Farnum, who was probably born in Massachusetts about 1638, youngest of five children of Ralph and Alice Farnum, of Andover. George Abbott and wife had ten children, born in Andover, Essex county, Massachusetts. George, January 28, 1659; Sarah, September 6, 1660; John, August 26, 1662; Mary, March 20, 1664-65 ; Nehemiah, July 20, 1667 ; Hannah, September 22, 1668 ;Mehitable, February 17, 1671; Lydia, March 31, 1675; Samuel (see forward) ; Mehitable, April 4, 1680.

(II) George (2), son of George (i) Abbott, was born in England, about 1631. .After coming to New England he lived at Rowley about fourteen years, and in 1655 moved to the part of Andover, later called North Andover, and now Andover Center. He was a farmer and tailor, and was well-to-do for the times, being very industrious and thrifty. There were but four men in the town who had higher taxes thanhe. In 1658-59 he was a member of Sergeant James Osgood's militia company, and had been before that a member of Sergeant Stevens' company, according to the Essex county court records. On May 19, 1669, he was made freeman, and was chosen constable June 5, 1680. He very likely held many other offices, but the records are too confused to tell correctly. For about thirty years he was in charge of theNorth meeting house at Andover, and received thirty shillings a year for ringing the church bell. The first grant of land which he received from the town consisted of two parcels of about four and six acres each, the first including a house and orchard. The first record of his land at Salem is June 10, 1662, for land which his son John inherited. The Andover committee assigned many other lots of land to him at various times, and there are many deeds on records made by him. He became a large land-owner and very well-to-do. He died at Andover, intestate, March 22, 1688-89, aged about fifty-eight years, according to a deposition that he made in 1657, when he said he was twenty-six, and one in 1676 when he said he was about forty-four years old. His property was divided between the widow and the children, the agreement being signed January 20, 1689-90. George Abbott married in Ipswich, Massachusetts, April 26, 1658, Sarah Farnum, who was probably born in Massachusetts, about 1638; she wasdaughter of Ralph and Alice Farnum, of Andover, who sailed from Southampton, England, April 6, 1635, in the brig "James"', arriving at Boston, June 3, 1635, he aged thirty-two and his wife twenty-eight years. It is thought that they were of Welsh ancestry; they went to Dracut, Massachusetts, after leaving Andover, and were the ancestors of a prominent family. Sarah Abbott married (second), AugustI, 1689, Sergeant Henry Ingalls, who was born in England about 1627, son of Edward and Anna Ingalls, probably of Lincolnshire, England, who settled in Lynn, Massa- chuetts, in 1629. They both died atAndover, he February 8, 1718-19, aged ninety-two years, and she in 1728, aged ninety years. Ingalls' son James, who married Hannah, daughter of George and Sarah (Farnum) Abbott, was given his homestead by will of July 5, 1714, being charged with the care of the widow. Children, born in Andover: George, mentioned below ; Sarah, born September 6, 1660; John. August 26. 1662; Mary, March 20, 1664-65; Nehemiah, July 20, 1667: Hannah, September 22, 1668 ; Mehitable, February 17, 1671, died young; Lydia, March 31. 1675; Samuel, May 30, 1678; Mehitable, April 4, 1680. 
Abbott George
75 (III) Samuel, son of George (2) and Sarah (Farnum) Abbott, was born in Andover, Essex county, Massachusetts, May 30, 1678, died at Sudbury, May 17, 1739. He was eighteen years old when his brother John settled in East Sudbury, now Wayland, Massachusetts, in 1696, and doubtless went there with him about that time to live. He was constable for the
east side of Sudbury river, 1717-18; selectman, 1727-29-30-31-32-33-35-36; highway surveyor, 1707-22; town treasurer, 1720; fence viewer, 1724; and assessor, 1730. He was well-to-do, highly respectedand influential. He married, in Sudbury, June 26, 1705, Joyce, born there, August 3, 1681, daughter of Deacon Edward and Joyce (Russell) Rice. Samuel Abbott and wife had five children, born in Sudbury, Middlesex county, Massachusetts : Joyce, August 13, 1706; Martha, March 10, 1712; Samuel, February 25, 1713-14; Samuel (see forward) ; George, died in infancy. 
Abbott Samuel

children, all born at Sudbury, were : John, born June 5, 1738, died May 23, 1799; Ephraim, May 27, 1740; Jason, October 6, 1742, died at Paxton, August 9, 1770; Samuel, September 27, 1743, see forward; Sarah, February 27, 1745; Rebecca, March 19, 1748; Abigail, May 7, 1751; Abraham, January n, 1754, settled at Warwick; Abijah July 11, 1756, died April 11, 1810; Amos, 1759, died 1839, marr1ed Abigail Hayden; Jonas; Lewis; Onesimus; and Abigail.

SAMUEL A., Sudbury, m. Abigail Myrick. John, b. 5 June, 1738 ; d. 23 May, 1799 ; Ephraim, b 27 May, 1740 ; Jason, b. 6 Oct. 1742 ; d. in Paxton, 9 Aug. 1770 ; Samuel, b. 27 Sept. 1743 ; d. 1792; Sarah, b. 27 Feb. 1745; Rebekah, b. 19 Mar. 1748; Abigail, b. 7 May, 1751 ; Abraham, b. 11 Jan. 1754, Warwick; Abijah, b. 11 July, 1756; d. 11 Ap. 1810; 5 AMOS, b. 1759 ; d. 1839; m. Abigail Hayden, Wayland; s Jonas; Lewis; Onesimus; Abigail.

(IV) Samuel (2), son of Samuel (1) and Joyce (Rice) Abbott, was born May 24, 1716, in East Sudbury, now Wayland, Middlesex county, Massachusetts. He virtually inherited the homestead farm in East Sudbury, and lived in the house built by his father, on the left side of the road from Wayland Center to Concord, Massachusetts. Owing to his premature death, but little is known of him. The Massachusetts archives credit him with the following colonial war service: According to vol. XCV, p. 310, his name appears in a list dated April 25, 1757, pertaining to Captain Moses Maynard's first Sudbury foot company. He was also in Captain Samuel Dakin's company of Sudbury, 1758, in General Abercrombie's expedition against Fort Ticonderoga, and as far as known, is numbered among the unknown dead, probablyin the disastrous and unwise assault of July 8, 1758, by Abercrombie, with about fifteen thousand men, on that stronghold, which was garrisoned by about three thousand French troops under Montcalm. He was about forty-two years old. His marriage was published in Weston, Massachusetts, in 1737, to Abigail Myrick, born April lo, 1719, daughter of John and Abigail (Herrington) Myrick, of Weston. Theyhad ten children, born in East Sudbury, Wayland, Massachusetts; John (see forward) ; Ephraim, May 27, 1740; Jason, October 6, 1742; Samuel, September 27, 1743; Sarah, February 27, 1745; Rebecca, March n, 1748-49; Abigail, May 7, 1751; Abraham, January n, 1754; Abijan, July n, 1756; Amos, 1759-60.

published Nov. 18, 1737 
Abbott Samuel A.
77 Samuel Abbott, son of Samuel Abbott (4), was born in Sudbury, Massachusetts, September 27, 1743. He was a blacksmith by trade. He settled in the town of Framingham, adjoining Sudbury, on what is called the Deacon John Adams place, which he bought, May 11, 1772, of David Eames. He was a soldier in the revolution, a private in Captain
Samuel Eames company, and marched with his company at the Lexington call, April 19, 1775. He was in the service later in 1775, and in Captain Jesse Eames' company, Colonel Samuel Bullard's regiment, in 1776. He died of smallpox at Sherborn, an adjoining town, in 1791-2. He married Martha Jennings, daughter of Joseph and Rachel Jennings. She married (second) Noah Eaton. The children of Samuel and Martha Abbott were : Betsey, baptized May 15, 1774, married William Hastings; Polly, baptized August 15, 1774, died young; Josiah, born September 26, 1775, see forward; Patty, baptized June 14, 1778, died young; Sally married Amariah Forrester; Nabby, baptized June, 1783, married Thomas Hastings. 
Abbott Samuel A.
78 (V) Elijah, fifth son of Samuel and Sarah (Paine) Adams, was born at Braintree, Massachusetts, March 16, 1738, and died in Boston, August 22, 1798. He was twice married, and had two children by the first wife. About 1760 Elijah Adams married Mrs. Deborah Miner, who died February 14, 1778, at the age of forty years. There were two children : Captain Elijah, born at Boston, April 5, 1762, who followed the sea, and died at the age of eighty-three; and Moses, whose sketch follows. Elijah Adams married for his second wife Mrs. Judith Townsend, widow of Nathan Townsend, who died August 22, 1808, inher fifty-fifth year. Adams Elijah
79 Captain John Adams, brother of Joseph, at the head of the last paragraph, was the grandfather of Samuel Adams the Patriot, signer of the Declaration of Independence, Governor of Massachusetts, &c., &c. He had by his first wife Hannah , 1. Hannah, b. 24 Jan. 1685. 2. John, b. 28 Sept. 1687. 3. Samuel, of Boston, father of Samuel the Patriot, bapt. 12 May, 1689; m. Mary, only dau. of Richard Fyfield of Boston, 21 April, 1713; d. 8 March, 1748. By his 2d wife, Hannah, dau. of Anthony Checkley, Esq., he had, 4. Joseph, b. 20 Dec. 1695. 5. Mary (twin of Joseph) m. Samuel Jones of Boston, 12 May, 1715. They were m. by Rev. Mr. John Webb. 6. Thomas, b. 29 March, 1701. 7. Abijah, b. 11 May, 1702; m. Deborah Cutler, 1725; d. 1768. He lived in Boston,' and was many years Clerk of Faneuil Hall Market, to which office he was chosen 23 March, 1753. Adams John
80 (III) Joseph (2), eldest son of Joseph (I) and Abigail (Baxter) Adams was born in Braintree, Massachusetts, October 24, 1654, and died there February 12, 1737. He was selectman of his native town in 1673 and in 1698-99. In August, 1676, he and John Bass were credited to Braintree for services in the war with the Indians. Joseph (2) Adams was thrice married, and he had eleven children in all, two by the first, eight by the second and one by the third marriage. On February 20, 1682, Joseph (2) Adams married Mary Chapin, who was born August 27, 1662, and died June 14, 1687. They had two daughters: Mary, born at Braintree, February 6, 1683, married Ephraim Jones (2) ; Abigail, February 17, 1684, married Seth Chapin (2). In 1688 Joseph (2) Adams married Hannah Bass, daughter of John and Ruth (Alden) Bass, who was born June 22, 1667, and died October 24, 1705. This woman was the granddaughter of John and Priscilla (Mullins) Alden, whom Longfellow has immortalized ; and she was destined to become the grandmother of John Adams, second president of the United States. She had reason to be proud of her ancestry, but her posterity were destined to bring her more reason. To Joseph (2) and Hannah (Bass) Adams were born eight children: Reverend Joseph, January 4, 1689; Deacon John, February 8, 1691-92; Samuel, whose sketch follows ; Josiah, February 18, 1696, married Bethia Thompson ; Hannah, February 21, 1698, married Benjamin Owen; Ruth, March 21, 1700, married Rev. Nathan Webb, of Uxbridge, Massachusetts; Bethia, June 13, 1702, married Ebenezer Hunt ; Captain Ebenezer, December 20, 1704. married Annie Boylston, sister of Susanna Boylston. Of this family Rev. Joseph Adams, the eldest son, was graduated from Harvard College in 1710, was ordained and settled at Newington, New Hampshire, where he remained as pastor sixty-six years, and where he died May 20, 1783, in his ninety-fifth year. Deacon John Adams, the second son, married Susanna Boylston, daughter of Peter and Ann (White) Boylston, of Brookline, Massachusetts; she lived to be ninety-eight years and six weeks old, dying April 17, 1797. They had three sons : John, who became the second president of the United States ; Captain Peter Boylston, who lived at Braintree and was representative to the general court; and Captain Elihu, who lived at Randolph. Massachusetts, and died during the revolution, aged thirty-five. The father of President John Adams was a farmer and cordwainer, which in its original meaning signified a worker in Cordovan leather, and was finally applied to all cobblers and shoemakers. Joseph (2) Adams had a third wife, Elizabeth Hobart, daughter of Caleb Hobart, of Braintree, whom he married about 1706-07. There was one child of this third marriage, who lived but nine days: Caleb, born May 26, died June 4, 1710.

Joseph Adams, the second child of " VIII. Joseph of Brain- tree," at the head of the last paragraph, was the grandfather of John Adams, second President of the United States. He had by his first wife, Mary Chapin, 1. Mary, b. 1683 ; m. Ephraim Jones of Braintree. 2. Abigail, b. 1684; m. Seth Chapin ofMendon. And] by his 2d wife, Hannah Bass, he had, 3. Joseph of Newington, b. June, 1688; H. C. 1710; d. 20 May, 1784. 4. John, father of President John, 1691; m. Susanna, dau. of Peter Boylston of Brook- line ; d. 25 May, 1761. 5. Samuel, b. 1694; m. Sarah, dau. of Moses Paine. 6. Josiah, b. 1696; m. Hannah Thompson. 7. Hannah, b. 1698; m. Benjamin Owen of Braintree. 8. Ruth, b. 1700; m. Rev. Nathan Webb of Uxbridge. 9. Bethia, b. 1702; m. Ebenezer Hunt of Weymouth. 10. Ebenezer, b. 1704. 
Adams Joseph
81 VIII. Josefh Adams, of Braintree, the eighth son of Henry, m. Abigail, dau. of Gregory Baxter. She died 27 August, 1692. Their children were, 1. Hannah, b. 1652; m. S. Savil. 2. Joseph, b. 24 Oct. 1654; m. 1. Mary Chapin, 1682, who d. 14 June, 1687; 2. Hannah Bass; he d. 12 Feb. 1736-7. 3. Abigail, b. 1658; m. John, son of John Bass of Braintree. 4. John, b. 1661 ; lived in Boston, followed the seas, and is known in the records as Captain John Adams ; his 1st wife was Hannah ; and he m. 2d, Hannah, dau. of Anthony Checkley, Esq. Captain Adams died intestate, before 20 January, 1712. 5. Bethia(probably twin of John), b. 1661; m. John Webb of Braintree. 6. Samuel, b. 1665. 7. Mary, b. 1667 ; m. 1st, Samuel Webb; 2d, Samuel Bass. 8. Peter, b. 1669; m. Mary Webb, 1695. 9. Jonathan, b. 1671. 10. Mehitable, b. 1678 ; m. Thomas White of Braintree. Adams Joseph
82 (IV) Samuel, third son of Joseph (2) Adams and his second wife, Hannah (Bass) Adams, was born at Braintree, Massachusetts, January 28, 1694, and died July 17, 1751. This Samuel was first cousin of Samuel Adams, the elder, as he is usually called, to distinguish him from his son, Samuel Adams, the patriot. On October 6, 1720, Samuel Adams married Sarah Paine, daughter of Deacon Moses Paine; she died in Medway, Massachusetts, June 23, 1777, aged seventy- nine. Samuel and Sarah (Paine) Adams lived in Braintree, now Quincy, Massachusetts, where their eight children were born : Samuel, June 15, 1/23: Sarah, March 4, 1726; Mary, April 4, 1728; Joseph, December 17, 1730; Moses, January 31, 1733: Aaron, July 29, 1736; Elijah, whose sketch follows; and Nathaniel, January 19, 1745. Adams Samuel
83 Ruth was the sixth or quite possibly the seventh born child of John Alden [b. England c.1599-9/12/1687] and Priscilla [Mullins/Molines] Alden [b. Surrey, Eng. 1602-1685] who came to America on the Mayflower in the year 1620. Her parents married in Plymouth, Mass. in 1622 or 1623 and it was the first European-American wedding to take place. They are buried in the small town of South Duxbury that is north of Plymouth, at an old pioneer cemetery called Miles Standish Burial Ground. It is located south of where they settled in the town of Duxbury, on their 169 acre farm. Ruth was the younger sister of Elizabeth; Joseph, John, Sarah and Jonathan and the older sister of Rebecca, Priscilla, Mary and David. There was also an 11th. child that did not survive to adulthood [birth order unknown]. Ruth married John Bass [1632-1716] on February 3rd., 1657. when she was 22 or 23 years of age and they had seven children. Ruth died when she was about 40 years of age. [References: The Notes of Lillian Pear; "Descendants of Deacon & Samuel & Ann Bass," by C. T. Bass & E. L. Walton, Pg. 9, Mayflower Index, No. 622]... Alden Ruth
84 In 1930 she is listed as Alice J. Hopkins. Was Simpson her second husband? (ADV 9/29/2009) Alexander Alice J.
85 His mother was living with him in 1910 and was listed as a widow (ADV 10/1/09). Alexander Charles J.
86 A cousin Jean A. Smith and sister-in-law were living with him during the 1920 Census, I do not know the exact relation at this time (ADV 10/1/09). Alexander Frank Jerome
87 He is listed as son in the 1920 Census, did his mother re-marry Herbert E. Grant? (ADV 10/1/2009). Alexander Prentice L.
88 Baker says he died unmarried. Allen Jason
89 II. JASON (2), b. about 1700, eldest son of Samuel Allen and Lydia Hastings; married 2 April, 1723, Mary Atwell, only daughter of Joseph Atwell. He settled in North Parish and lived on the farm formerly occupied by his father. He was often elected to public offices, was selectman in the town in 1740, and held that office several years. He was chosen an elder in the church at North Parish, of which be was a member in 1749. She died 9 May, 1762. He afterwards married 22 May, 1766, widow Johannah Hill, daughter of John Vibber and relict of George Hill. He died 19 March, 1785.

Children by First Wife.
11. Joseph, b. 27 Nov., 1724; m. Priscilla Bill.
12. Mary, b. about 1727; died young.
13. Stephen, b. in Aug., 1730; m. Ann Fargo. 
Allen Jason
90 III. JASON (14), b. 4 Nov., 1740, youngest son of Jason Allen and Mary Atwell; married 21 April, 1768, Lydia, daughter of Jason Allen and Karen Fox. He settled at Montville, was a farmer, and held offices in the town. He died in May, 1817. She died 3 Sept., 1813.

27. Mary, b. 22 April, 1764; m. James Rogers.
28. Samuel, b. 17 June, 1766; m. Mary Prentis
29. Betsey, b. 23 Oct., 1768; Anson Miller
30. George, b. 8 June, 1771; m. Sarah Yale.
31. James, b. 4 June, 1774; m. Lucretia Holt.
32. Eunice, b. 26 Nov., 1776; m. Isaac Thompson.
33. Jason, b. 30 May, 1781 ; m. 1st, Nancy DeForest; 2d, Lydia White.
34. John Hastings, b. 15 Jan., 1785; m. 1st, Achsa Thompson; 2d, Nancy Hill. 
Allen Jason
91 Seems as though Baker mistakenly refers to John as Jason on page 432. It is clear after seeing that John is listed as marrying Karen Fox on page 431.

10. John, bap. 12 June, 1720; m. Keron Fox, 24 Feb., 1742-3. She was the daughter of Samuel Fox. They had one child, Lydia, b. 20 June, 1744, who married her cousin, Jason Allen, son of Jason and Mary Atwell. 
Allen John
92 IV. JOHN HASTINGS (34), b. 15 Jan., 1785, son of Jason Allen and Lydia Allen; in. 1st, Aehsa Thompson, 3 July, 1814, daughter of Nathaniel Thompson and Delight Fox. He was a farmer. He married 2d, Nancy Hill, daughter of Jonathan Hill and Charlotte Fox. He lived on the farm now owned by the town of Montville. He and his wife, Nancy, both belonged to the Congregational Church at Montville Center. He died 25 Feb., 1866. His last wife died 26 March, 1868. By his first wife he had two children.

Children by First Wife.
38. Eunice, b. 25 July, 1816; in. 25 Feb., 1844, James Ladd, and had one son, James Henry, b. in 1846.
39. Jason, bap. in 1823; died unm.

Children by Second Wife.
40. John H., b. 22 Feb., 1827; in. Cynthia Dart.
41. Charlotte, b. in Aug., 1828; m. Jared S. Rogers. 
Allen John Hastings
93 Samuel Allen first appears in the North Parish of New London (now Montville) about the year 1720. At this he was date he was a landholder, his farm lying on tho road leading from New Iondon to Colehester and Hartford through tho North Parish. This road was then the principal thoroughfare between those places. Mr. Allen then kept a tavern for the accommodation of the traveling public. His dwellingstood on or near the site of the present town farm-house in Montville. In the east room of Mr. Allen's dwelling was held religions services by Rev. James Hillhouse before the church edifice was built, and here his first sermons were preached, after his call to settle as their pastor.

Mr. Allen, with his family, came from Massachusetts a short time previous to the organization of the church at North Parish. He had been twice married. By his first wife, whose name has not been recovered, he had five sons, James, Daniel, David, Jonathan, and Samuel; these settled in Massachusetts. His second wife was Lydia Hastings, born 10 Sept., 1671, daughter of John Seaborn Hastings and Lydia Champney of Watertown, Mass. She was granddaughter of John Hastings, who first settled in braintree, and admitted a freeman May 10, 1643, and admitted to the church in Cambridge in February, 1656. Mr. Allen was one of the seven who first organized the present Congregational church in Montville. In the church-bonk, kept by Rev. James Hillhouse, is the following entry, viz.: "There were seven thatbelonged to the church at my enstallment (Oct. 3, 1722); Capt. (Thomas) Avery, Capt. (Robert) Denison, Mr. Nathaniel Otis, Mr. Samuel Allen, Mr. John Vibber, Charles Campbell, and our Deacon JonathanCopp."

He died 12 Oct., 1745, age 80 years. She died 13 March, 1752, ago 79 years.

Children by Lydia.
2. Jason, b. about 1700; in. Mary Atwell, 2 April, 1723.
3. Lydia, b. about 1703; m. John Lee of Lyme, 14 Mch., 1723.
4. Abigail, b. about 1706; m. Christopher Stebbins.
5. Stephen, b. about 1709; died 6 March, 1725.
6. Hannah, b. about 1712; m. 1st, Gideon Comstock; 2d, John Bishop.
7. Mary, b. about 1715; m. Joseph Lee of Lyme.
8. Elizabeth, b. about 1716; m. Jedediah Graves of Millington.
9. Eunice, b. about 171S; m. Joseph Brown.
10. John, lmp. 12 June, 1720; m. Keron Fox, 24 Feb., 1742-3. She was the daughter of Samuel Fox. They had ono child, Lydia, b. 20 June, 1744, who married her cousin, Jason Allen, son of Jason and Mary Atwell. 
Allen Samuel
94 Partial text: C S Andrews, 59, Prominent Hope Valley Resident, Dead.
Clifford S. Andrews, Sr. a divisional superintendent in the State Department of Public Works, died at his home on Main Street, Hope Valley unexpectedly early Saturday morning. Mr. Andrews had worked as usual on Friday and apparently was in good health right up to the time of his death. An employee of the Division of Roads and Bridges in the State Department of Public Works for 23 years, Mr. Andrews had been superintendent of the southern section that included West Greenwich, Exeter, Hopkinton, Charlestown, Richmond and Westerly for about 20 years. He maintained a deep interest in antiques andwith his wife, Edith (Avery) Andrews operated an antique business in the community. In connection with this business, Mr. and Mrs. Andrews made numberous trips throughout New England purchasing antique articles. In addition to his wife and son Loren, he leaves another son, Clifford S. Andrews, Jr.; a sister, Mrs. Edith Barber of Arcadia and five grandchildren. 
Andrews Clifford Stephen
95 Children:-Adrian Wilson, b. 8 Aug. 1854, in Amadore, m. in Galesburgh, Mich., 1 Feb. 1888, Ella Frances Chadwick (35. iv), b. 8 Nov. 1857, in Arcadia, N.Y., who d. 15 Mar. 1889, in Windom, Minn. He was graduated from Kalamazoo College in 1877 with the degree of Ph.B.; he then became a teacher and was the principal of the Madelia schools for three years after coming to Minnesota. He came to Windom, his present residence, in September, 1881, taking charge of the schools of that village for two years, and then went to Dakota, with the intention of establishing himself in merchantile business, but after spending a summer there he altered his plans, and entered the Law Department of the University of Michigan from which he was graduated with the degree of LL.B. in 1885. In July of that year heturned to Windom and opened a law office. He has built up an extensive practice, is a man of the strictest integrity, and is esteemed both as a businessman and an exemplary citizen; in politics he affiliates with the Republican party, and is present Mayor of Windom; he is an Odd Fellow and Free Mason, and is one of the prominent attorneys of the county. Ch.: Erle Chadwick, b. 29 Nov. 1888; JessieMelvina, b. 17 Sept. 1856, in St. Clare, Mich., m. 7 Feb. 1877, Thomas H. Mitchell, b. 31 Mar. 1850, in Palmyra, Wis., who was formerly a merchant, but is now proprietor of Hotel Lake View in MedicalLake, Wash. Ch.: 1. Ira Clare, b. 21 Nov. 1879, in Palmyra; 2. Jessie Pearl, b. 1 Apr. 1886, in Hitchcock, Dak.; Franklin Eugene, b. 4 Sept. 1860, d. 18 July 1862; Effie May, b. 4 May 1868, in Middleville, Mich., d. 22 Sept. 1881. Mrs. Malissa Annes obtained a divorce from her husband in 1880, and m., 2d, 25 Feb. 1884, Willis Clemmons Wesley, b. 2 Nov. 1832, in Greece, N.Y. They reside in Minneapolis, Minn. Annes Adrian Wilson
96 (III) James M., son of James Appleton, was born at Manselville, New Hampshire, 18n. and was a boy when his parents removed from that town to Deering. New Hampshire. He was brought up to, farm work, and after marriage bought a farm in that oart of the town known as West Deering. where he afterwards lived and died. May 20, 1886. In 1839 he married Caroline McCoy, of Antrim, born in 1818, and died August 24, loxi1. She was a daughter of Thomas and Betsey (McCalley) McCoy, granddaughter of Ensign John and Margaret McCoy, and great-granddaughter of Deacon Alexander McCoy, whose ancestors went fromArgyle- shire. Scotland, to Ireland, and from there came to this country, settling in Londonderry. New Hampshire, and in the part of that town which afterward was set off to form the town of Windham.James * M. and Caroline (McCoy) Appleton had three children: Alfred Appleton, born March 19, 1841: Frank D. Appleton, born January 14. 1840, and died December 18, 1904; Fred E. Appleton, born April 10, 1855. Appleton James M.
97 During the 1910 Census he was living with his son Clay's family (ADV 9/20/09). Arihood Thomas Jefferson
98 General Humphrey Atherton, son of Edmund Atherton, was undoubtedly of the ancient English family whose pedigree is given above. He was born about 1607-08, and lived in Winwick, Lancashire, England. He came to New England, 1635, in the ship "James," with his wife and three children, and settled in Dorchester. He signed the covenant of Dorchester church, 1636; was admitted freeman. May 2, 1638; deputy to general court that year, also from 1639 to 1641, and in 1653 from Springfield, when he was chosen speaker. The following year he was chosen assistant, and soon after major-general. He commandedthe Suffolk regiment, and was the chief military officer in New England. He was much employed in negotiations with the Indians, and made use of his influence with them in a great purchase in Rhode Island. He was thrown from his horse by riding over a cow, and died the following day, in Boston, September 17, 1661. The manner of his death is made a matter of comment by Hubbard as one of the judgments of God. He was captain of the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company in 1650. He married Mary Wales sister of Nathaniel Wales, probably daughter of John Wales, of Idle, England. She died in 1672. He is buried in the old Dorchester cemetery.

His epitaph reads:
"Here lies our Captain & Major of Suffolk was withal;
A godly magistrate was he, and Major General;
Two troop horse with him here comes, such worth his love did crave
Two companies of foot also mourning march to his grave,
Let all that read be sure to keep the faith as he has done
With Christ he lives now crowned, his name was Humphrey Atherton."

1. Jonathan, soldier in King Philip's war.
2. Isabel, baptized at VVinwick, January 23, 1630; married Nathaniel Wales, Jr.
3. Elizabeth, married, 1650, Timothy Mather, son of Rev. Richard Mather, first minister of Dorchester, and brother of Rev. Increase Mather, of Harvard College.
4. Consider, mentioned below.
5. Mary, born about 1647 ; married, April 9, 1667, Joseph Weeks.
6. Margaret, married, December 30, 1659, James Trowbridge.
7. Rest, baptized May 26, 1639; married, March 15, 1661, Obadiah Swift.
8. Increase, baptized January 2, 1641-42; lost at sea about 1675.
9. Thankful, baptized April 28, 1644; married, February 2, 1665, Thomas Bird, of Dorchester.
10. Hope (rev.), baptized August 30, 1646; graduated at Harvard, 1665; married Sarah Hollister, 1674.
11. Watching, baptized August 24, 1651 ; married, January 23, 1678, Elizabeth Rigby.
12. Patience, baptized April 2, 1654; married, July 7, 1685, Isaac Humphreys.
Atherton Humphrey

Benjamin Atwell first appears as an inhabitant of New London about the year 1663. He was constable of the town in 1675. No mention is made as to the time of his removal to New London, or to the placefrom whioh he came. He owned a house at New London, which he sold to Lieutenant John Stedman, previous to 1672. He died in 1683.


2. Benjamin, b. about 1668; m. Mary .
3. Thomas, b. about 1670; m. ?a. Mary, b. about 1672.
3b. William, b. about 1674.
4. John, b. about 19 May, 1675, and was at Saybrook in 1712.
5. Joseph, b. 1678; m. and died without issue.
6. Richard, b. 1679; m. Elizabeth Baker.
7. Samuel, b. 23 April, 1681; m. 1st, Mary ; 2d, Ruth Coz. 
Atwell Benjamin
100 II. BENJAMIN (2), b. about 1668; m. Mary . He settled in the North Parish of New London as early as 1705. He, with his wife Mary, united with the church at New London, 29 June, 1711. He died previousto March, 1724, at which time his wife Mary was a widow, as appears by a deed of about one acre of land released to her by John Merritt, Joseph Bradford, Robert Denison, and Marcy Raymond. He died in1723.


8. Mary, b. 11 Oct., 1703; m. Jason Allen.
9. Benjamin, b. 24 July, 1707; probably died young.
10. Joseph, b. 26 June, 1710; m. Martha Comstock, 27 March, 1734. 
Atwell Benjamin

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