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25 Oct. 1 8 10, Mary, dau. of Deacon William Porter, and, by her (who d.
23 Feb. 1821), had issue ; m. (2), 20 Nov. 1821, .Miriam, dau. of Jesse
Carpenter, and, by her (who d. 13 Aug. 1860), had issue; d. 7 April
1861.

5. Marquis, b. in Lyme, N.H., 12 July 1789 ; m., I Dec. 1814, Electa, dau. of

Samuel White, of Vershire, and, by her (who d. 28 July 1875), had issue ;
d. 21 Nov. 1840.

6. Amasa, D.D., of Lyme, N.H., b. 21 Aug. 1795 ; m., 16 Dec. 1828, Flavia, dau.

of David Booth, and, by her (who d. in Louisville, Kentucky, 26 June
1885), had issue ; d. 9 Dec. 1872.

7. John Kendrick, of whom later.

2. Elizabeth, b. in Lyme, N.H., 20 May 1791 ; m. (l) Asa Taintor, and had issue ;

m. (2), 27 Oct. 1831, Ira, son of Benoni Morey ; d. in Orfordville, N.H.,
1 6 April 1863.

3. Sarah, b. in Lyme, N.H., 2 July 1793 ; m., in Lyman, N.H., May 1830,

Joshua Thornton (who d. 27 July 1843) ; d. 1 1 Feb. 1864.

He d. in Lyme, N.H., 29 June 1822.

JOHN KENDRICK CONVERSE (1801-1880), b. in Lyme, N.H., 15 June 1801 ;
m., in Burlington, 2-1 May 1834, Sarah, dau. of Hon. Heman Allen, Member of
Congress, of Milton and Burlington, Vermont, and, by her (who d. in Burlington,
Vermont, 14 April 1873), had issue :

1. JOHN HEMAN, of whom we treat.

2. William Kendrick, b. in Burlington, 3 Jan. 1842 ; d. in infancy.

3. Charles Allen, b. in Burlington, Vermont, 17 May 1847 ; graduated at

University of Vermont, 1869 ; A.D.C. to the Governor of Vermont on
his Military Staff, with rank of Colonel, 1896-1898.

4. Frank Kendrick, b. in Burlington, Vermont, 4 Nov. 1849; m., in Brooklyn,

N.Y., 17 July 1871, Abbie Adelia, dau. of Charles Adams Connor, of
Shelburne, Vermont, and, by her, has had issue :

1. Sarah Allen, b. 10 Sept. 1874 ; m., 8 Oct. 1902, Edgar Lane

Leavenworth, of Indianapolis, and has issue :

Helen Converse, b. 10 Jan. 1904.

2. Bessie Helena, b. 7 June 1877.

1. Lizzie S., b. in Burlington, Vermont, 26 Feb. 1835 ; d., unm., at Rosemont,

Pennsylvania, 15 May 1891.

2. Julia Allen, b. in Burlington, 30 Sept. 1837.

3. Helen Christine, b. in Burlington, 7 July 1839.

4. Ida Flavia Frederica, b. in Burlington, Vermont, 24 Aug. 1851 ; m., 30 Sept.

1874, George Foster Simpson, M.D., of Fort Edward, N.Y., and North
Adams, Mass.

He d. in Burlington, Vermont, 3 Oct. 1880.



Residences 1610 Locust Street, Philadelphia, and Chetwynd,
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WOODHULL

Alfred Alexander Woodhull, b. at Princeton, New Jersey, 1 3
April 1837; m., 15 Dec. 1868, Margaret, dau. of Elias Ellicott, of
Baltimore.

General Woodhull graduated at Princeton 1856; A.M.,
1859; LL.D., 1894; M.D. University of Pennsylvania, 1859 ;
Medical Officer in the U.S. Army ; served through the Civil
War ; Brigadier-General 1904.

DESCENT

RICHARD WODHULL (1620-1690), b. at Thenford, Co. Northampton,
13 Sept. 1620 ; said to have been a member of an old Northamptonshire
family; emigrated to America 1648; settled at Setauket, Long Island; m.
Deborah , and, by her, had issue :

1 . Richard, of whom later.

2. Nathaniel, d.s.p. i6June 1680.

1. Deborah, b. 1654 ; m. John Lawrence ; d. 6 June 1742, leaving issue.

2. Ann, b. 1659 ; m., 1683, Daniel Tourneur, and had issue.

3. Ruth, m., about 1678, Samuel Edsall, and had issue.

He d. 17 Oct. 1690.

RICHARD WODHULL (1649-1699), b. 9 Oct. 1649; m -> 1 9 Aug. 1680,
Temperance, dau. of Rev. Jonah Fordham, and, by her, had issue :

1. Richard, of whom later.

2. Nathaniel, m., 1716, Sarah, dau. of Richard Smith ; d. 9 March 1760, leaving

issue.

3. Josiah, b. 9 Sept. 1695 ; m. Clementine, dau. of John Roman ; d. 24 Dec.

1761, leaving issue.

4. John, m., and had issue.

1. Dorothy, m. William Helme, and had issue.

2. Temperance, b. 1687 ; d. 1717.

He d. 1 8 Oct. 1699.

RICHARD WOODHULL (1691-1767), b. 2 Nov. 1691 ; Justice of the Peace;
m. Mary, dau. of John Homan, and, by her (who d. 27 Dec. 1768), had
issue :

1. Richard, b. II Oct. 1712; Judge; m., 1738, Margaret, dau. of Edmund

Smith; d. I 3 Oct. 1788, leaving issue.

2. John, of whom later.

3. Nathan, b. 5 July 1720 ; Captain ; m. (i), i Sept. 1751, Joanna, dau. of Isaac

Mills; m. (2), 9 March 1786, Elizabeth Smith; d. 27 Oct. 1804, leaving
issue.

4. Stephen, b. 17 March 1722 ; m., 1745, Hannah, dau. of Abraham Cooper;

d. Aug. 1775, leaving issue.

5. Henry, m. Biggs ; d. 27 Nov. 1770, leaving issue.

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1. Mary, b. II April 1711 ; m., 30 Sept. 1734, Jonathan Thompson ; d. 30 Jan.

1 80 1, leaving issue.

2. Phebe, d. unm. 17 Oct. 1734.

He d. 24 Nov. 1767.

JOHN WOODHULL (1719-1794), b. 15 Jan. 1719; Judge of the Court of
Common Pleas; m., 27 Nov. 1/40, Elizabeth, dau. of Major William Henry
Smith, and, by her (who d. 20 Dec. 1761), had issue :

1. William (Rev.), b. 3 Dec. 1741 ; graduated at New Jersey College, 1764;

m., 3 May 1767, Elizabeth, dau. of William Hedges; d. 24 Oct. 1824,
leaving issue.

2. John, of whom later.

3. Caleb, b. 30 Oct. 1745 ; d. unm. 26 March 1791.

4. Merritt Smith, b. 23 May 1748 ; m., I March 1778, Mary, dau. of Samuel

Davis ; d. 29 Nov. 1815, leaving issue.

5. Henry, b. 25 June 1750 ; d. unm. 14 Aug. 1775.

6. James, b. 3 Oct. 1752 ; m. (l), 1782, Keturah, dau. of Selah Strong ; m. (2)

Hannah, d. of Thomas Helme ; d. 1 1 Sept. 1798, leaving issue.

7. Gilbert, b. 2 April 1756 ; m., 3 Dec. 1797, Ann, dau. of William Cowley ;

d.s.p. 14 April 1799.

8. Jeffrey Amherst, b. I Jan. 1759 ; m., 3 Nov. 1784, Elizabeth, dau. of William

Davis ; d. 19 Jan. 1839, leaving issue.

I. Elizabeth, b. 2 Oct. 1754; rn., 6 Nov. 1780, Samuel Hopkins; d. 9 Nov.
1795, leaving issue.

He d. 3 Jan. 1794.

JOHN WOODHULL (1744-1824), b. 26 Jan. 1744; graduated at New Jersey
College, 1766 ; D.D. Yale, 1798; Pastor at Freehold, New Jersey ; m., 28 May
1772, Sarah, dau. of Captain George Spofford, and, by her (who d. 14 Oct. 1827),
had issue :

1 . George Spofford, of whom later.

2. John, b. and d. 10 July 1776.

3. William Henry, b. I Dec. 1778 ; d.s.p. 6 Sept. 1798.

4. John Tennent, b. 24 Aug. 1786; M.D. ; m., 22 Jan. 1812, Ann, dau. of

Colonel William Wikoff ; d. 1 8 Nov. 1869, leaving issue.

5. Gilbert Smith, b. II Jan. 1794; M.D. ; m., 25 Nov. 1817, Charlotte, dau.

of Colonel William Wikoff; d. 13 Oct. 1830, leaving issue.

I. Sarah, b. 28 March 1781 ; m., 2 Sept. 1806, Major William Gordon Forman ;
d. 13 Nov. 1811, leaving issue.

He d. 22 Nov. 1824.

GEORGE SPOFFORD WOODHULL (1773-1834), b. 31 March 1773 ; graduated at
New Jersey College 1790; Pastor at Cranbury and Princeton, New Jersey; m.,
4 June 1799, Gertrude, dau. of Colonel John Neilson, and, by her (who d. 13 Feb.
1863), had issue :

1. William Henry, b. 4 March 1802 ; graduated at New Jersey College, 1822 ;

Pastor at Freehold, New Jersey ; m., 26 Oct. 1825, Amanda, dau. of Colonel
William Wikoff; d. 4 Jan. 1835, leaving issue.

2. John Neilson, b. 25 July 1807; graduated at New Jersey College, M.D., 1828 ;

d. unm. 12 Jan. 1867.

3. Alfred Alexander, of whom later.

I. Cornelia Neilson, b. 16 May 1803 ; d. 5 Nov. 1824.

He d. 25 Dec. 1834.

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ALFRED ALEXANDER WOODHULL (1810-1836), b. 25 March 1810; graduated
at New Jersey College 1828; M.D. ; m., 26 Feb. 1833, Anna Maria, dau. of
Dr. Dirck Salomons, and, by her (who d. 20 Aug. 1862), had issue :

ALFRED ALEXANDER, of whom we treat.
He d. 5 Oct. 1836.

Residence Princeton, New Jersey.



TRENCHARD

Edward Trenchard, b. in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 17 Aug.
1850; m., ii June 1878, Mary Cornelia, dau. of William B
Stafford, and, by her, has issue :

Edith Isabel, b. 28 March 1883 > m - James Anthony Power.

Mr. Trenchard, the distinguished artist, is a member of the
Military Order Loyal Legion and is a Chevalier, Order of Bolivar,
Venezuela.

DESCENT

GEORGE TRENCHARD (1655-1712), b. 1655 ; son of George Trenchard
(probably the Rev. George Trenchard, rector of Exford, Co. Somerset, 1648, who
was one of the family of Trenchard, of Wolverton, co. Dorset) ; emigrated to
America with Penn, and settled at Salem, New Jersey ; High Sheriff of Salem Co.,
1709-10 ; m., in England, Hawker, and, by her, had issue:

1 . George, of whom later.

2. Edward.

3. John,
i. Jane.

He d. 1712.

GEORGE TRENCHARD (1686-1728), b. 1686 ; King s Attorney and High
Sheriff of Salem Co., 1724 ; m. Mary Bender, and, by her, had issue :

1. John.

2. Curtis, d. 1745.

3. George, of whom later.

He d. 1728.

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GEORGE TRENCHARD (1706-1780), b. 1706 ; King s Attorney, 1767 ; Attorney-
General, West New Jersey, 17671775 ; Surrogate General, 1772 ; Commander of
Salem Light Horse ; m. Mary, dau. of Judge Sinnickson, and, by her, had issue :

1. John, b. 1743 ; d. 1823.

2. Curtis, of whom later.

3. James, b. 1746.

4. George, b. 1748.

5. Thomas, b. 1751.

1. Jane, b. 1753.

2. Mary, b. 1755.

3. Hannah, b. 1758.

He d. 1780.

CURTIS TRENCHARD (1745- ), b. 1745; Clerk of Salem Co., 1778; m.
, dau. of Attorney Burchen, and, by her, had issue :

EDWARD TRENCHARD (1784-1824), b. 1784 ; entered the U.S. Navy as
Midshipman, 1800 ; served with distinction in the War of 1812-1815, being in
command of the Madison; appointed Captain U.S. Navy, 5 March 1817 ; in
command of the sloop -Cyane y 1819-1822 ; m. Eliza, dau. of Hon. Joshua Sands,
and, by her, had issue :

I. Stephen Decatur, of whom later.

1. Rebecca Hall, m. Captain Henry D. Grafton.

2. Matilda Sands, m. Hon. Rodman M. Price.

He d. 3 Nov. 1824.

STEPHEN DECATUR TRENCHARD (1818-1883), b. at Brooklyn, N.Y., 10 July
1818 ; Midshipman U.S. Navy, 23 Oct. 1834; Lieutenant, 27 Feb. 1847 > Com
mander, 1862 ; Captain, 1 866 ; Commodore, 7 May 1871 ; Rear-Admiral, 10 Aug.
1875 ; commanded North Atlantic Squadron, 1876-1878; m., I Dec. 1848, Anne
O Connor, dau. of Captain John Mortimer Barclay, U.S. Army, and, by her (who
d. 28 Aug. 1877), had issue:

EDWARD, of whom we treat.
He d. 15 Nov. 1883.



Residence West Islip, Long Island, N.Y.

Clubs Army and Navy, Atlantic Yacht (New York).



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DAVIS



Charles Henry Davis (Rear-Admiral), b. at Cambridge, Mass.,
28 Aug. 1845 > m - 3 1 March 1875, Louisa Maria, dau. of John
Van Pelt Quackenbush, M.D., of Albany, Surgeon-General of the
State of New York, and, by her, had issue :

1. Charles Henry, b. 23 April 1885.

2. Daniel, b. 20 Nov. 1 886.
i. Elizabeth.

Rear-Admiral Davis graduated at U.S. Naval Academy, 1864 ;
was appointed Ensign, 1866; Lieutenant, 1868; Lieutenant-
commander, 1869; Commander, 1885; Captain, 1898; and
Rear-admiral, 1904.

DESCENT

ROBERT DAVIS (1608- ), b. probably in 1608, sailed for New England from
Southampton in the ship Confidence 24 April 1638; a freeman in Barnstable before
1640 ; m. Anne , and, by her, had issue :

1. A son, d. 1649.

2. Andrew, b. 1650.

3. John, b. 1652.

4. Robert, b. 1654.

5. Josiah, b. 1656.

6. Joseph, of whom later.

7. Tristram.

1. Deborah, b. 1645, m. Greene.

2. Mary, b. 1648, m. Benjamin Godspeed.

3. Hannah, b. 1658, m. Dexter.

4. Sarah, b. 1660.

5. Mercy.

JOSEPH DAVIS (1662-1729), b. 1662, m., March 1695, Hannah, dau. of James
Cobb, and, by her, had issue :

1. Robert, b. 7 March 1697.

2. Joseph, b. 23 March 1699.

3. James, b. 30 July 1700.

4. Gershom, b. 5 Sept. 1702.

5. Daniel, of whom later.

1. Hannah, b. 5 March 1705, m. Dimoc.

2. Mary, b. 4 June 1707, m. Davis.

3. Lydia, b. 12 Feb. 1709.

He d. 1729.

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DANIEL DAVIS (1713-1799), b. 28 Sept. 1713 ; m. (i), 2 Aug. 1739, Mehitable,
dau. of Thomas Lothrop, and, by her, had issue :

1. Daniel, b. IO Oct. 1741.

2. Robert, b. 27 March 1743.

3. John, b. 7 Oct. 1744.

4. Thomas, b. 24 Oct. 1748.

5. Lothrop, lost at sea.

1. Mary, b. 29 April 1740.

2. Deborah, b. 13 Aug. 1746 ; m. (i) Josiah Crocker; m. (2) Benjamin Gorham.

3. Desire, b. 27 March 1700 ; m. Freeman Parker.

4. Ansel, b. 13 March 1752.

5. Experience, b. II July 1754 5 m> J ose ph Annable.

6. Mehitable, b. n July 1756.

He m. (2), 7 July 1761, his cousin Mehitable, dau. of John Davis and widow of
Dr. James Hersey, and, by her, had issue :

6. Daniel, of whom later.
He d. 22 April 1799.

DANIEL DAVIS (1762-1835), b. 8 May 1762; U.S. Attorney for Maine,
1796-1801 ; Solicitor-General of Massachusetts, 1800-1832 ; author of several legal
works; m. 7 March 1786, Lois, dau. of Constant Freeman, and, by her, had
issue :

Charles Henry, of whom later.

Louisa, m. William Minot.

He d. 27 Oct. 1835.

CHARLES HENRY DAVIS (1807-1877), b. at Boston, 16 Jan. 1807 ; Lieutenant
U.S. Navy, 1834; Commander, 1854; Captain, 1861; Commodore, 1862; Rear-
Admiral, 1863 ; m., 22 Dec. 1842, Harriette Blake, dau. of Hon. Elijah Hunt
Mills, and, by her (who d. Oct. 1892), had issue :

CHARLES HENRY, of whom we treat.
He d. at Washington, 18 Feb. 1877.



Residence Washington, D.C., and Jamestown, Rhode Island.

Clubs University, Knickerbocker, and New York Yacht (New
York).



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Robert Barnwell Roosevelt, b. 20 Aug. 1866; m. (i), 1890,
Grace Woodhouse, by whom he had issue :

I. Olga, b. 6 April 1891.

He m. (2), 19 Oct. 1898, Lilie, dau. of Lewis Hamersley, of
New York City, and, by her, has had issue :

1. Robert Barnwell, b. 28 June 1899.

2. Lilie, b. 22 May 1907.

DESCENT

CLJES MARTENSZEN VAN ROSENVELT, of Zeeland, Holland, who emigrated to
New Netherland, 164950, had issue :

1. Isaac.

2. Nicholas, of whom later.

NICHOLAS ROOSEVELT (1658-1742), b. Sept. 1658 ; Alderman of New York,
1698-1701 ; espoused the cause of the colonists ; m., 1682, Heyltje Jans Kunst, by
whom he had issue :

1 . Isaac.

2. Nicholas.

3. Jacobus.

4. Johannes, of whom later.

He d. 1742.

JOHANNES ROOSEVELT (1689- ), bap. at Esopus, New York, 3 March 1689,
Alderman of New York ; m. Heyltje Sjosrts, and, by her, had issue :

1. Jacobus, of whom later.

2. Cornelius, b. 1731 ; m. Margaret Haering, who d. 1821, leaving issue.

JACOBUS ROOSEVELT (1724- ), bap. 9 Aug. 1724 ; in New York Colonial
troops ; m. Annatje Bogard, and left issue :

1. James Jacobus, of whom later.

2. Nicholas, b. 27 Dec. 1767; m. Lydia Maria Latrobe ; d. 30 July 1854,

leaving issue.

JAMES JACOBUS ROOSEVELT (1759-1840), bap. 25 Oct. 1759 ; Commissary in
New York troops in the Revolutionary War ; m. Mary Helen Van Shaick, and
left, by her (who d. 1845), issue :

1. Cornelius Van Shaick, of whom later.

2. James John, b. 14 Dec. 1795 ; Member of New York State Legislature, 1835-

1840; of Congress, 1841-1843 ; Justice of the Supreme Court, 1851-
1859 5 U.S. District Attorney for Southern N.Y., 1859-1860 ; m.
Cornelia, dau. of Cornelius P. Van Ness, of Vermont, and, by her (who
d. 1876), had issue ; d. 5 April 1875.
He d. 1840.

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CORNELIUS VAN SHAICK ROOSEVELT (1794-1871) b. 30 Jan. 1794 ; m.
Margaret Barnwell (a descendant of Thomas Potts, member of the New Jersey
Provincial Congress), and, by her (who d. 1861), had issue :

1. Silas Weir, b. 1823 ; m. Mary West, who d. 1877, leaving issue ; d. 1870.

2. James Alfred, b. 13 June 1825 ; m. Elizabeth N. Emlen, and, dying 15 July

1898, had issue :

William Emlen, b. 30 April 1857 ; m. Christine Kean.

3. William, d. in infancy.

4. Cornelius Van Shaick, m. Laura Porter.

5. Robert Barnwell, of whom later.

6. Theodore, b. 22 Sept. 1831 ; Collector of the Port of New York ; m., 22 Dec.

1853, Martha, dau. of Major James Stephens Bullock, and, dying 9 Feb.
1878, by her (who d. 12 Feb. 1884), left issue :

1. Theodore, President of the United States of America, 1901

1909 (q.v.).

2. Elliott, b. 28 Feb. 1860 ; m., 1883, Anna Hall, and, by her, has

issue :

i. Elliott.

1 . Anna Eleanor.

2. Grace.

1. Anna, b. 7 Jan. 1855 ; m., 1895, William S. Cowles, Commander

U.S. Navy, and has issue :

William S.

2. Corinne, b. 27 Sept. 1 86 1 ; m., 1882, Douglas Robinson, and has

issue:

1. Theodore.

2. Monroe.

3. Stewart.
I. Corinne.

He d. 17 July 1871.

ROBERT BARNWELL ROOSEVELT (1829-1906), b. 7 Aug. 1829; New York
Commissioner of Fisheries ; Member of Congress, 18731875 : U.S. Minister to
the Netherlands, 1888-1890; m. (i), 1850, Elizabeth, dau. of John Ellis, by
whom he had issue :

1. John Ellis, m. Nannie Vance.

2. ROBERT BARNWELL, of whom we treat.

1. Margaret, m. A. V. H. Kimberly.

2. Helen, d. in infancy.

He m. (2) Marion, dau. of John O Shea, of Nenagh, Ireland, and widow of
R. Francis Fortescue.

He d. 1906.



Residences The Lilacs, Sayville, Long Island, New York, and
1 1 6 East 55th Street, New York.

Clubs Metropolitan, Players, Down Town (New York).

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Levi Parsons Morton, b. at Shoreham, Vermont, 16 May 1824;
m. (i), 15 Oct. 1856, Lucy, dau. of Elijah H. Kimball (who d.
ii July 1871) ; m. (2), 1873, Anna Livingston Read, dau. of
William Ingraham Street, and, by her, has had issue :

1. Edith Livingston, b. 20 June 1874; m., 30 April 1900, William

Corcoran Eustis, and has issue.

2. Lena Kearney, b. 20 May 1875 ; d. 10 June 1904.

3. Helen Stuyvesant, b. 2 Aug. 1876; m., 5 Oct. 1901, Paul Louis

Marie Archambaud Boson, Count de Talleyrand-Perigord, Due de
Valencay.

4. Alice, b. 23 March 1879 ; m., 18 Feb. 1902, Winthrop Rutherfurd,

and has issue.

5. Mary, b. n June 1881.

The Hon. L. P. Morton, graduated at Shoreham Academy ;
LL.D. Dartmouth College, 1891; LL.D. Middlebury College,
1893; Member of Congress, 18791881 ; U.S. Minister to France,
1881-1885; Vice-President of the United States, 1889-1893;
Governor of New York, 18956.

DESCENT

GEORGE MORTON (1585-1624), b. 1585; was probably one of the Morton
family of Harworth, Co. Nottingham, and Bawtry, Co. York ; merchant in York,
and in 1612 at Leyden, Holland; afterwards Financial Agent in London of the
Mayflower Pilgrims ; emigrated to America 1623, settled at Plymouth, Mass. ;
m., at Leyden, 2 Aug. 1612, Juliana, dau. of Alexander Carpenter, of Wrentham,
Suffolk, and, by her (who d. 29 Feb. 1666), had issue :

1. Nathaniel, b. 1613 ; Secretary of the Plymouth Colony, 1647-1685 ; m. (i),

1635, Lydia Cooper > m - ( 2 ) 2 9 April 1674, Ann, dau. of Richard Pritchard ;
d. 29 June 1685, leaving issue.

2. John, of whom later.

3. Ephraim, b. 1623 ; Lieutenant ; Justice of the Court of Common Pleas ; m. (i),

28 Nov. 1644, Ann, dau. of John Cooper ; m. (2), 1692, Mary, dau. of
Robert Shelley ; d. 7 Sept. 1693, leaving issue.

1. Patience, b. 1615 ; m., 1633, John Faunce ; d. 1691, leaving issue.

2. Sarah, b. 1618 ; m., 30 Dec. 1644, George Bonum ; d. 1694, leaving issue.

He d. June 1624.

JOHN MORTON (1616-1673), of Middleboro, Mass., b. 1616; Deputy from
Bridgewater, 1672-3 ; m., 1648, Lettice Hanford, and, by her, had issue :

1. John, b. 1 1 Dec. 1649 > ^- in infancy.

2. John, of whom later.

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3. Manasseh, b. 7 June 1653.

4. Ephraim, b. 7 June 1653.

1. Deborah, m., 1687, Francis Coombs.

2. Mary.

3. Martha.

4. Hannah, m., 1666, John Fuller.

5. Esther.

He d. 3 Oct. 1673.

JOHN MORTON (1650-1718), of Middleboro, Mass., b. 21 Dec. 1650; m. (i),
1680, Phebe, dau. of Jonathan Shaw, and, by her, had issue :

1. Joanna, b. Feb. 1682 ; m., 3 July 1705, Elisha Vaughan.

2. Phebe, b. 7 July 1685 ; m., 1719, John Murdock.

He m. (2), 1687, Mary, dau. of Andrew Ring, and, by her, had issue :

1. John, b. June 1693.

2. Ebenezer, of whom later.

3. Mary, b. 15 Dec. 1689 ; m., 1711, Joseph Hall.

4. Hannah, b. I Sept. 1694 ; m. John Cook.

5. Deborah, b. I 5 Sept. 1698 ; m. Caleb Stetson.

6. Persis, b. 27 Nov. 1700.

He d. 20 March 1718.

EBENEZER MORTON (1696-1750), of Middleboro, Mass., b. 19 Oct. 1696;
Captain of Militia; m., 1720, Mercy, dau. of John Foster, and, by her (who d.
4 April 1782), had issue :

1. John, b. 1 8 Oct. 1724.

2. Ebenezer, of whom later.

3. Seth, b. ii March 1732.

4. Nathaniel, b. 10 Nov. 1735.

1. Mercy, b. 20 Jan. 1722 ; m., 1737, Zachary Eddy ; d. 1802, leaving issue.

2. Mary, b. 29 April 1723 ; m. (i), 1743, Ebenezer Spooner ; m. (2), 1778,

Captain Jonathan Ingell.

3. Hannah, b. 8 Oct. 1728 ; m., 1748, Abishai Washburn.

4. Deborah, b. 15 July 1730 ; m., Oct. 1749, Ichabod Morton ; d. 1809.

5. Sarah, b. 30 Jan. 1734 ; m. 1769, John Barrows.

6. Lucia, b. 7 Jan. 1738 ; m., 1755, Dr. Samuel Clark.

He d. 12 May 1750.

EBENEZER MORTON (1726-1775), of Middleboro, Mass., b. 27 Aug. 1726;
m., 23 July 1753, Sarah Cobb, and, by her (who d. 22 Nov. 1781), had issue :

1. Ebenezer, b. 10 Feb. 1756.

2. Livy, of whom later.

1. Mercy, b. 8 Aug. 1754 5 d- z8 Feb. 1755.

2. Phebe, b. 27 Jan. 1758 ; m., 14 Nov. 1782, Samuel Wood ; d. 4 Oct. 1839.

3. Priscilla, b. 4 Oct. 1763 ; m., 21 May 1789, Seth Morton ; d. 19 Feb. 1847.

4. Sarah, b. 14 May 1765 ; m. John Dot>

He d. i Nov. 1775.

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MORTON

LIVY MORTON (1760-1838), of Middleboro, Mass., and Winthrop, Maine, b.
4 Feb. 1760 ; m. (i), 13 March 1788, Hannah Dailey, and, by her (who d. 4 Sept.
1807), had issue :

1. Daniel Oliver, of whom later.

2. Joseph Warren, b. 25 Aug. 1793 ; d.s.p. 1813.

3. Lendell Pitts, b. 22 March 1796.

He m. (2), 1808, Catherine, dau. of Stephen Richmond, and, by her (who
d. 6 Sept. 1849), had issue :

1. Hannah Dailey, b. 28 Aug. 1809 ; m., 20 March 1834, Horatio N. Wilbur ;

d. 26 July 1846.

2. Catherine Richmond, b. 29 May 1811 ; d. unm.

He d. 19 July 1838.

DANIEL OLIVER MORTON (1788-1852),^ 21 Dec. 1788 ; graduated at Middle-
bury College, A.M. 1812 ; Pastor of Congregational Church, Shoreham, Vermont,
1814-1831 ; of Springfield, Vermont, 1832-1837 ; of Winchenden, Mass., 1837-
1842 ; of Bristol, New Hampshire, 1842-1852 ; m., 30 Aug. 1814, Lucretia, dau.
of Rev. Justin Sheldon Parsons, and, by her (who d. 1 1 June 1862), had issue :

1. Daniel Oliver (Hon.), b. 8 Nov. 1815 ; Barrister; Attorney for Ohio; m.,

31 Dec. 1839, Elizabeth, dau. of B. F.Tyler; d. 5 Dec. 1857, having
had issue :

1. Marcus Frederick, b. 21 April 1844 ; d. 4 April 1848.

2. Levi Frank, b. 17 Aug. 1848.

3. George Deloss, b. 13 Nov. 1850 ; d. 23 Aug. 1852.

4. Daniel Oliver, b. 23 Jan. 1857 ; d. 6 Dec. 1863.

1. Elizabeth Tyler, b. 6 May 1842 ; d. 10 Sept. 1843.

2. Mary E., b. 8 March 1845 ; d. 12 Feb. 1865.

3. De Lene Lucy, b. 21 April 1854; m., 7 Jan. 1874, Ernest

Chaplin.

2. LEVI PARSONS, of whom we treat.

1. Lucretia Parsons, b. 20 Jan. 1817; m., 7 Sept. 1842, Rev. Myron Webb

Saffbrd ; d. 9 June 1886, having had issue :

1. Henry, b. 15 Nov. 1843 ; d. 20 July 1845.

2. Edwin Morton, b. 20 Dec. 1851 ; d. 30 Aug. 1877.

1. Laura Elizabeth, b. 28 Oct. 1847.

2. Mary Lucretia, b. 6 Dec. 1849 ; d. 16 Aug. 1851.

3. Anne, b. 6 Dec. 1857 ; d. 10 April 1862.

2. Electa Frary, b. 28 May 1820 ; m., 7 May 1849, Jonas Minot, and had issue :

1. Jonas, b. 18 June 1853.

2. Daniel Morton, b. 5 Dec. 1855.

1. Anna B., b. 22 March 1850.

2. Electa Morton, b. 23 July 1851.

3. Mary Lucretia, b. 16 Nov. 1859.

3. Mary, b. 5 May 1829 ; m. 27 Feb. 1856, Hon. William F. Grinnell, and had

issue :

1. William Morton, b. 27 Feb. 1857.

2. Richard B., b. 30 Jan. 1860.

1. Mary Lucretia, b. 23 June 1858.

2. Ethel Morton, b. 14 Feb. 1872.

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MORTON

4. Martha, b. 5 May 1829 ; m., 8 Aug. 1852, Rev. Alanson Hartpence, and had
issue :

I. Alanson Morton, b. 22 April ; d. 10 Sept. 1855.

1. Mary Lucretia, b. 8 Aug. 1853.

2. Lucy Morton, b. 13 Oct. 1856.

3. Martha Ella, b. 24 Dec. 1859.

He d. 25 March 1852.

Residences 68 1 Fifth Avenue, New York, and Ellerslie, Rhine-
cliff-on-Hudson, N.Y.

Clubs Metropolitan, Century, Union, Union League, Lawyers,
Republican, Down Town (New York) ; Metropolitan
(Washington).



NELSON

Cleland Kinloch Nelson, b. at Greenwood, near Cobham, Albemarle
Co., Virginia, 23 May 1852 ; m., 12 June 1877, Maria Bruce,
dau. of William Bruce Matthews.

The Right Rev. C. K. Nelson graduated at St. John s College,
Annapolis, Maryland, 1872 (D.D. 1891), University of the South
(Hon. D.D.), 1892; Rector of St. John the Baptist, Germantown,
Pennsylvania, 1 876 1 882 and of the Church of the Nativity, South
Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, 18821892 ; Bishop of Georgia, 1892
1907 ; Bishop of Atlanta, since 1907.

DESCENT

THOMAS NELSON (1677-1745), b. at Penrith, Co. Cumberland, 20 Feb. 1677 ;
son of Hugh Nelson, of Penrith ; emigrated to Virginia about 1700, and was one of
the founders of Yorktown ; m. (i) Margaret Read, by whom he had issue :

1. William, of whom later.

2. Thomas, b. 1716 ; Secretary of the Virginia Council for thirty years ; m. Lucy,

dau. of John Armistead ; d. at Yorktown, 1786, leaving issue.

3. John, of Mecklenburg Co. ; Major in the Revolution ; m. Ann, dau. of John

Carter, of Williamsburg, and had, by her, issue.



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