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2739. Henrietta.

2740. Harry Clay.

2741. .Jessie.

2742. Natlian.



Joseph, of 31 Ufa rd, Conn., awl Hadlcy, 3Iass. (JOO

1962. EDWIN" Samuel D.^ Nathan/' b., 1835, in Miltbnl, Conn.,
and in 1874 resident there; a merchant. He m. Emelia, dau.
Harvey Minor, who moved from New York City to Milford.

2751. Evjtliuc S., 1). in l!S(36.

2752. Anua Minor, b. 'Slavch, 1870.

2753. Infant daughter, b. in 1874 (expected tn be called Susan Peck).

1986. JOHN WILLIAM ^ William ' Zorrobahel '^ Joseph '^ Jo-
seph ^ Joseph ^ Joseph - Joseph,M). Sept. 2, 1839; in 1876 resides
in Spriuglield, Mass. He m., Oct. 8, 1867, Sarah Elizabetli Holt,
dau. George Gath Holt, of Newport, Florida. He left Spencer for
Worcester in 1859; in 187-4 to Springfield.

2757. George Holt, b. Oct. 14, 1870.

1996. DANIEL PRATT ^ Hira" John '^ David ^ David'^ Joseph =^
Joseph- Joseph,^ b. in Madison county, N. Y., March 22, 1837;
graduated in 1856 at Madison University, New York; in 1860, at
Columbia Law School, New York Citj-; same year, settled in Lo-
gansport, Ind., with his uncle, Ex-Senator Pratt, of that State. In
1870 he was appointed Judge of the District. In 1872 he received
the degree of LL.D. from Wabash Colleo:e and from his Alma
Mater. He is a very active, successful man. In 1876, a lawyer,
banker, professor, and owner of a daily paper. He m., June 16,
1863, I know not whom. In 1878 he is Republican candidate for
Attorney-General of Indiana.

. 2758. Helen Louisa, b. July !), 1874.

1997. HENRY NEWTON « Eden' Eden '^ Jonathan^ David*
Joseph^ Joseph '2 Joseph,^ b. Dec. 31, 1816, in Templeton, Mass.
He ra., 1^*' Miss Nancy Hinds, of Gardner, Maine; no ch.; m., 2"'''
Phebe Poore, of Winchester, Mass. He d. in 1868.

2759. John Henry, in July, 1875, in Chickopce, Ma.ss.

2760. Mary Jane.

1998. JOHN EDWARDS ^^ Eden" Eden, «b. Sept. 18, 1818, in
Templeton (Baldwinsville), Mass., and in 1876 still resides there.
He m. Dolly Woods, of Gardner.

2761. Charles EdwanLs.



610 Baldwin Genealogy.

1999. EDEN A.^ Eden " Edeii,'^ b. April 23, 1820, in Templeton,
Mass. He m., 1**- 1841, Esther Pelton, who d. 1851 ; no ch. ; m.,
2"''- Lydia W. Chapman, by whom he had two daus.

2762. Mary Elizabeth, b. in ISoo.

2763. Kate Darrow, d. aged 2 yrs«.

In 1875 residing in Tidioute, Penu.

2024. ALTHENA S.^ Asa^ Eden,« b. in BaldwinsviUe, Mass.,
Sept. 15, 1830 ; ra., Jan. 29, 1848, George Minard, of Bellows
Falls, Vt.

2775. Fannie Athene, b. Nov. 8, 1849; m. , Feb. 6. 1869, Tyler F. Williams,
of BaldwinsviUe, Mass., and have, in 1875, one .son George Tyler, b. Oct. 34, 1869.

In 1857, she ra. Edward W. Morse.

2776. -Edward Selana, b. Nov. 20, 1859.

In 1875, she resides in Cambridgeport, Mass., as Mrs. A. S.
Minard.

2025. EDEN« Asa' Eden,M». in BaldwinsviUe, Mass., July 19,
1832 ; he d. July 17, 1873. He m. 1^*- Belle M. Koundy.

2777. Arthur.

2778. Eden.

2779. Minnie.

2780. Belle.

She d., he m. 2"*^' Elvira Townsend, of Royalston, Mass.

2781. Mary Elvira.

2097. DAVID** Jareb " David ;" he m. Lucinda Southerd, and
lived in West Mansfield, Logan county, Ohio.

278.i. .Jareb, m. and has ch. ; lives at West iMinsfield.

2790. Cinderella, m. Charles Wilgus, of West Manstield; has ch.

2791. Ruth, m. recently.

2792. Alimus, killed at Yicksburg, in the army. His Uncle Silas was preseut-

2100. JON'AH^.Iareb'David;" living, 1875, in Zanesfield, Lo-
gan county, Ohio ; he m. Mary Yerrington.

2797. .Tames M.

2798. Silas L.

2799. Elizabeth Ann.

2800. Daughter.

2801. Daughter.

2802. Son.



Joseph, of 3Iilford, Uonn., and Hadley, Mass. ♦)11

2101. JOSEPIP Jarcb' David;" lives iioar Zaiieslield, Logau
county, Ohio ; m. Miss Bishop.

2m-d. Eninia.

2804. Euseba.

2805. Ann.

2806. Elliot.

2807. Son.

2808. Diiug-hter.

2102. ANDKEW« Jareb ' David," m. Caroline Bishop, sister of
the wife of Joseph. He is dead. He lived near West Mansfield,
Logan county, Ohio ; his widow m. again.

2809. David Everett.

The family all moved to Iowa.

2103. HENRY « Jareb" David;" living, 1875, at Zanesfield, Lo-
gan county, (Miio ; m. Phoebe Ann Drake.

2810. ("alvin.

2811. Al])ert.

2812. Malinda.

2813. Cora.

2814. Daughter.

2815. Daughter.

2105. SILAS « Jareb " David," b. May 24, 1834, in Stark county,
Ohio ; he m. Mary H. McCuUoch, dau. Judge X. T. McCuUoch,
of Bellefontaine, Ohio ; formerly Member of Congress. He is a
wholesale dry goods merchant in Toledo, Ohio.

2816. Sally Martiue, b. about 1861.

2817. Nellie Middleton, b. about 1866.

2818. Harry McCulloch, b. about 1869.

2157. JAMES HEN"RY« James Henry" James" James ^ Moses *
James ^ Joseph '^ Joseph.^ Living, 1876, in Jefferson, Ashtabula
county, Ohio, and keeping a hotel. He m., !**• Nancy Dodge.

2821. Bernard W., ni., and lives at the other hotel in .JeflEerson; no eh.

2822. Ida May.

2823. Fred.

His wife d., and he m. 2"''- Parney Peck.

2824. (Jora Belle, d. unm. al)out 1870.

2158. ASHBEL C.« James H." James" b. Dec. 3, 1830; in
1876, living in Cincinnati, Ohio, and a member of the well known



G12 Baldwin Genealogy.

firm of Straight, Deiniiig & Co., wholesale grocers. He m. Sophia
Smith, dau. of Azariah Smith, of Rome, Ashtabula county, Ohio.

2825. Forrester, b. iu 1855.

2185. JARED GROVER -^ ]^ehemiah ^ Asa « Noah ^ Moses *
James '^ Joseph - Joseph,^ b. in Bridgewater, Susquehanna county,
Penn., July 18, 1827. He m. Susan Theall, dau. Jacob B. Theall^
of iSTew York City. Is an M.D., now practicing medicine in Xew
York City, (8 East 41st street).

2826. Jared Grover (twin to Alfred F.), b. June 32, 1864.

2827. Alfred Freemau (twin), b. .June 22, 1864.

2188. DAVID ASA« Nehemiah^ Asa,^ b., 1833, in Bridgewater,,
Penn. Settled in Brooklyn, N.Y., and resides, 1875, at 325 Mon-
roe street. He m. Mary K. Acheson, in 1857.

2831. .Tared Acheson.

2832. David Webster, d. infant.

2189. OCTAVIUS DUNHAM « Xehemiah - Asa,« b. 1834; m.,
1859, Mary Elizabeth Logan ; resides, 1875, at 53 East 54th street,
New York City.

2833. Child, d. infant.

2834. Charlotte Mary.

2191. WILLIAM HUTCHINS^Nehemiah" Asa,« b. 1839, in
Bridgewater, Penn. He m., 1865, Eugenie Guerin, and resides,
1875, at 54 West 51st street, New York City.

2835. Francis G.

2836. William.

2220. ED WARD '^ George ^ Simeon « David ^ David ^ Joseph ^
Benjamin- Joseph,^ b. in Bloomfield, N. J., and in 1877, ch. :

2837. Frank.

2838. Eugene.

2839. George.

2234. DAVID S., « Josephus ^ David,'^ b. in Clay, St. Joseph
county, Ind. He m., 1866, Lydia M. Ruggles, of Laporte, Ind.
He resides, 1875, at 695 Larrabee street, Chicago, 111.

2846. Child d. y.

2847. Charles M.

2848. Grace E.



Joseph, of Brdford, Conn., and Hadley, Mass. (jl8

2290. FREDERICK WELLINGTON » Samuel A. • Xehe-
miah/' b. in iSTewark, N. J., July 14, 1839. lie in., Dec. 11, 18()7-,
Mary Augusta Wheeler, dau. Stephen II. Wheeler, of jS'ewai'k.
He resides, 1875, at 15 Sherman avenue, Newark.

2855. Jossie Banmrd, h. Sept. 27, 1868.

2856. Howard, b. Aug. 21, 1871.

2857. lleleu. 1). -Tuly 3, 1874.

2405. HENRY W. ^ Cyrus" Henry'' Lewis -^ Amos* Joseph '
Jonathan - Joseph,^ b. in Orange, N. J., 1831. He m. Jemima
Storrs, dau. of a Methodist clergj-man.

2861. Ann Elizabeth, b. .Jul}- 5, 1855.

2862. Henrietta, b. March, 1858.

2863. Cyrus, b. April, 1861.

2864. KateH., b. May, 18G4.

2406. GILES^ Cyrus' Henry; M). in Orange, N. J., 1833. He
is dead. He m. Emily Pierson, and his widow resides in Orange.

2865. Alice, b. July, 1857.

2866. Ida, 1). July, 1859.

2407. ALBERT^ Cyrus' Henry, M). in Orange, N. J., July 5,
1835.

2867. Charles Hooker, b. Nov. 26, 1865.

2868. Albert Henry, b. Oct. 24, 1888.

2869. Jeannette Hooker, 1). June 28, 1874.

2408. ABRAM M.« Cyrus" Henry,'' b. in Orange, N. J., July 5,
1835. He m. Elizabeth Graves. (?)

2870. Carrie Graves, b. July 23, 1868.

2420. WILLIAM RAXNEY^ Zebulon H. ' Samuel « Samuel ^
DauieP Daniel^ Jonathan- Joseph,'^ b. in Middletown, Conn., about
1840. Graduated at the Wesleyan University in 1862. He m. in
1863 ; resides, 1863, in Albany, N.Y. The firm, of which he is a
member, are general agents of a Life Insurance Company.

2871. Hattie Prior, b. in 1864.

2422. ALBERT HALE- Zebulon II.' Samuel,*' b. in Middle-
town, Conn., in 1847 ; m. in 1868.

2872. Arthur Gay lord, b. in 1870; d. in 1870.

2873. William Albert, b. in 1872.



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2425. IRWIX N.^ William D J Xathauiel « David ^ Jehiel * Dan-
iel -^ Jonathan - Joseph/b. Aug. 5, 1837; m., Oct. 19, 1865, Lucy
A. Comius, of West Bethany, :N'. Y. They live, 1875, in South-
field, Mass.

2874. Charlotte, b. Aug. 3, 1873.

2435. ISAAC R.^ William R.^ David ^ David ^ JehieP Daniel^
Jonathan- Joseph,^ b. in 1849; m., in 1870, Jennie Collar. They
live, 1875, in Southtield, Mass.

2879. William J., 1). in 1871.



Henry Baldwin, of Woburn. Massachusetts,



AND HIS DESCENDANTS.



1. HENRY BALDWIN, of Wobiiru, was a froenian there in
1652. Seweirs " History of W^oburn " says he was a subscriber in
Charlestown to the town orders for Woburn, in 1640, and after
that a distinofuished citizen of the hitter town. I doubt whether
" subscriber '' ineans he signed them. The copy in AVoburn
Records has such peculiarities of spelling as shows the w^hole w^as
written by one man, probably Edward Johnson. The name
appears there as Henry Bolden ; but his

own signature to his will is well written U ny^y /?c^tJo<JLV
and spelled. Henry was then evidently

young. On p. 385, of his valuable history, Sewell gives the date
of the town orders as 1641.

He lived at "New Bridge," or North Woburn, where in each
succeeding generation some of his descendants have lived and
been large owners of land. He was Selectman in 1681, and a
Deacon from 1686 to his death.

There is a tradition in later days that he came from Devonshire,
in England, as there is also among the descendants of John, of
Billerica. The latter married Mary Richardson cousin of wife of
Henry. I think it not unlikely that they are related. It will be
seen in my account of John, that the older tradition was that he
was from Hertfordshire. The name Henry was one very common
in the family of Bucks and Herts. The suggestion that they
came from Devonshire, has arisen apparently in later times, and
probably from the fact that the name Baldwin was there an old
on-^ — the first Earl of Devonshire, under William the Conqueror



»n t! Baldwin G-cneatbgy.

having that name. This tradition is found in the "Vinton Memo-
rial" and other places. The arms to be found in this branch of
Baldwins do not belong to the Devonshire Baldwins.

Henry m., Nov. 1, 1649 (Sewell says Nov. 1, and Savage says
Sept. 1), Phebe, eldest dau. Ezekiel Richardson, of "Woburn, and
b. perhaps in England ; bapt. in Boston, June 3, 1632, and per-
haps b. there, wdiere her parents, Ezekiel and Susanna, appeared
in 1630. He d. Feb. 14, 169| ; his widow, Phebe, Sept. 13, 1716.
His original will was admitted! to Probate April 4, 1698, where he
is called Deacon Henr^', and is to be found in East Cambridge,
Mass. His children were :

2. Susauua, b. Aug. 2, 1651 ; d. Nov. 2«, 1651.

8. Susaunah, b. Sept. 25, 1652; m. Israel Walker 2 Samuel, i Herhusbaud and
son Israel are remembered, 1697, iu her father's will. They lived iu Wobura,
where she d. March 7, 1694, and her husband m. , Dec. 10, 1696, Hannah Flagg. He
d. April 20, 1719. Cliildren: Israel. Sept. 29, 1672, d. Nov. 1, 1633; Susanna,
March 1, 1674, m., 1697, Ebeuezer Locke, and d. in 1699; PhQ?be, May 11, 1676;
Elizabeth, d. Jan. 21, 1682; Henry, b. Feb. 1, 1679; Hannah, April 26, 1681,
and d. May 8, 1681; Natliauiel, April 15, 1682; Israel, July 26, 1684; Hannah,
Sept. 24, 1686, m., October, 1706, Isaac Kendall; Abigail, Sept. 26, 1688; and
Edward, Nov. 6, 1690.

4. Phoebe, b. July 7, 1654; m., Nov. 7, 1676, as his 3rJ wife, Samuel Richard-
son, 2 s. Samuel,! Avhose 2n'l wife and infant dau. were killed by the Indians. She
d. Oct. 20, 1679. It appears by her father's will of 1697, however, that she left a
son Zachariah, b. Nov. 21, 1677, who m., Feb. 14, 1699 or 1700, Mehitable Perriu,
and d. Nov. 23, 1748. . Samuel m. a 4th wife, and had ch. (See Savage's "Genea-
logical Dictionary.'")

5. John, b. Aug. 28, 1656 ; said to have d. y. He must have been the John,
one of thirteen soldiers, impressed about Dec. 1, 1675, from Woburn, for the Nar-
raganset Expedition and the Swamp Fight.

6. Daniel, b. jMarch 15, 1659. +
7.» Timothy, b. May 27, 1661. +

8. Mary, b. Jan. 19, 1663; d. Jan. 8, 166 j.

9. Henry, b. Sept. 15, 1684; says Sewell, Nov. 15, and Vinton also.-+-

10. Abigail, b. Aug. 20, 1667; m., Dec. 4, 1705, John Reed, of Woburn, b.
in 1660, as his 2n'i wife.

11. Ruth, b. Jan. 31, 1670; living in 1697.

12. Benjamin, Jan. 20, l67i-t-.

The trouble of genealogists in dates are exemplified in the
" Vinton Memorial," making Susanna b. Aug. 30, 1650, and d.
in September, the second Susanna b. in July, and Phebe Sept. 6.

6. DAXIEL ■' Henry,! b. March 15, 1659, in Woburn, Mass.,
and continued to reside there. In 1696, he, the minister and Mr.



Henry, of Woburn, iMassachusetts. 017

Pierce each paid one penny quit rent to the town for land belong-
ing to the public, which they had fenced in to raise tobacco.
He is there called Sargeant. lie m., Jan. 6, 168i, Hannah Rich-
ardson,^ dan. Joseph and Hannah (Green), of Woburn, second s.
Samuel. He d. Jan. 24, 170f, in Wobnrn. His children were :

35. Hannah, b. in 1686.

36. Phebe, b. in 1690; d. y.

37. Henry, b. in 1693; probably d. y.

38. Joseph, b. in 1093; d. y.

39. Susanna, b. in 1694.

30. Daniel, b. Dec. 16, 1695. In 173-6, liis brother Joseph ^yas his administra-
tor, liis mother and brother John having declined. He was, says Vinton, slain by
the Indians near Dunstable, N. H., Sept. 5, 1737, but must liave been 1726.

31. Dorcas, b. in 1697; d. y.

33. Joseph, b. in 1699; a blacksmith. His will was filed March 5, 1744, and
his estate went to his brothers and sisters. Mr. S. G. Drake informed me that Dec.
8, 1738, he petitioned the House of Representatives of Massachusetts for some
allowance for the "services of his late brother Daniel Baldwin, of Woburn, dec'd
in the public service, in ye late war," and also on account of some debts he had
paid for liis said brother. May 17, 1739, he was one of a Committee of three to
divide the ' ' common lands. "

33. Dorcas, b. in 1701; m. Wyman, and was a widow in 1744.

34. John, b. in 1703, and living in 1730.

35. Rebecca, b. in 1705, and living in 1730.

36. Benjamin, b. in 1707, and living in 1730.

37. Phebe, b. in 1708, and living in 1730; m. Hamblet.

His will remembers all his children, except the first Phebe,
Henry, the first Joseph, and the first Dorcas.

7. TIMOTHY 2 Henry ,1 b. in Woburn, 1661 ; he m., March 16,
1687, Elizabeth Hill, of Stoneham, Mass., though another authority
says, of Billerica, and another of Billerica and m. June 2. She d.
Jan. 26, 1703 or 1704, and he m. 2"^^- Elizabeth Grover, dau. of
Lazarus Grover, of Maiden, July 9, 1706. His children appear in
the Records of Charlestown, Mass., where he lived for awhile; but
he removed to Stoneham, Mass., where he died, March 11, 1733
or 1734. His widow, by her will dated May 13, 1752, lodged ISTov.
8, 1756, proved in 1760, devises to her grand children Matthews
and to Samuel Grover. The grandchildren Matthews seem to
have been daughter and son-in-law of her step-son Timothy, Jr.

38. Elizabeth, b. May 39. 1688; living in 1718; d., says Vinton, April 4, 1791.

39. Timothy, b. Nov. 30, 1689. +



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40. Ralph, b. Juue 28, 1691.

41. Hanuah, b. Sept. 6, 1692; d., says Vinton, the same day; said to have d.
in 1692, but I think the one who m., July 24, 1714, Joseph Vinton, of Stoneliam.

41i. Elizabeth, b. June 21, 1695, in Charlestown.

The above is the only instance where I have found the name
Ralph given to an early Baldwin, and I trace him no further.
Timothy was living in Stoneham in 1726. He had from his father
his right in "Parly" Meadow. His will, dated July 1, 1718, was
proved March 29, 1734. It mentioned his wife, dau. Elizabeth,
grandchildren Ralph and Hannah, and son Timothy.

9. HENRY2Henry,M3. in Woburn, Sept. 15, 1664; lived in
Woburn, Mass.; he d. Jan. 7, 1739. He m., May 4, 169|, Abigail
Fiske, dau. David and Abigail (Seaborn) Fiske, afterwards of Lex-
ington, who survived. Is this Fish, as Vinton says?

42. Henry, b. Jan. 12, 1693. +

43. David, b. Aprils, 1696. +
44' Isaac, b. Feb. 20. 1700.+

45. Abigail, Feb. 13, 170|; d. Sept. 4,1704.

46. James, b. July 11, 1705; d. June 12, 1709.

47. Abigail, b. Nov. 19, 1707; m. Converse.

48. .James, b. Oct. 19, 1710. +

49. Samuel, b. Aug. 31, 1717. +

12. BENJAMIN-^ Henry,! b. Jan. 20, 167f, in Woburn, Mass.;
settled in Canterbury, Conn., about 1700, and d. there in 1759.
He m. Hannah.

50. John May, b. in 1697. +

51. Benjamin, b. about 1700. +

52. Daniel, b. in 1705. +

53. Ebenezer, b. in 1707; said to have d. y.

54. Timothy, b. in 1709. +

55. Patience, b. in 1711; m. Russ.

56. Henry, b. in 1713. +

57. Hannah, b. in 1715; d. y.

39. TIMOTHY 3 Timothy^ Henry,! b. Xov. 20, 1689. Vinton
says b. May 6. He was buried in Stoneham, Mass., his epitaph
being: " Here l3^es hurried y® body of Ensign Timothy Baldwin,
who departed this life December y® 3'''^' A. D. 1750, aged 61 years
and 13 days." His will made provision for carrying out the pro-
visions of his father's will, and mentions his wife Hannah and
dau. Elizabeth. The will of his father, dated July 1, 1718,
proved March 29, 1734, made provision for grandc^



jieiiry, of Wobimi, Massachusetts. 619

58. llalph^yyiMarch, 1714; d. May 1, 1731.

59. Haup -,., b. Sept. 4, 1715; m. Joseph Viuton, s. John, Esq. (her stepfatlier),
b. in Stoneb Ji, Jan. 24, 1714. Children: Hannah, July 15, 1734, in 1758 m. Cou.
sider Jones, of Dudley; Pelatiah, Oct. 27, 1738, m. Zipporah Jackson, of Dudley;
Ralph, Oct. 17, 1740, m. PhQ?bc Holmes; John, Feb. 14, 1742, m. Dorothy Hohncs,
of Woodstock, Conn., in 1770; Abigail, March 15, 1744, m. Jonathan Shuter of
('harlton, in 1761; Sarah, June 27, 1745, seems to have d. y. ; Timothy, Feb. 14,
1749, m. Dolly Shumway; Jemina, Dec. 10, 1753, seems to have d. y. ; Eliza betli,
^larch 8, 1756, m., in 1784, James Hascall, of Dudley; Joseph, March 2, 1758, m.
Mary AUard; and William, Auj;. 5, 1760, m. 1st, Thankful Coombs, and 2nJ. Dolly
Sabin. (The descendants further will be found in the "Vinton Memorial.")

60. Elizabeth, b. April 9, 1723; ra., Nov. 10, 1741, Joseph Matthews, of Wo-
burn. In 1752, her mother by will remembered her ch. : Elizabeth; Timothy, m.,
Nov. 14, 1763, Sarah Brown, of Stoneham; and Joseph Matthews, removed to
Stoneham.

61. Timothy, b. June 23, 1727; d. Feb. 19, 172^.

62. Timothy, b. May 19, 1729; d. April 1, 1742.

He m. Hannah Richardson =^ Nathaniel- Thomas,^ who, after
his death, m. John Vinton, Esq., of Dudley, former!}^ of Stone-
ham, and after bis death in 1760 she returned to Stoneham. In
1766 she lived with her grandson, Timothy Matthews. She had
no children by her second husband, and at one time the Select-
men, with a zeal for the safety of their finances, worthy of later
times, and aparently misplaced, warned her out of town ; no
doubt with the idea that she lived in Dudley.

42. HEN'RY^ Henry 2 Henry,i b. in Woburn, Jan. 12, 1693;
m., Nov. 7, 1717, Mary Richardson,* of Woburn, b. Jan. 10, 169|,
dau. James ^ and Mary. He settled in Pelham, N. H.

63. Henry, Feb. 27, 1717, in Woburn. +

64. Nathan, b. May, 1720. +

65. Mary, b. Jan. 4, 172|; m. Rev. Abner Bailey, of Salem. Children: (1)
Mary, m. Ist, William White, of Plaistow, and 2')d, Deacon Mo.ses Webster, of
Haverhill; she d. Nov. 7, 1823. (2) Elizabeth, m. Henry Little, of Salem. (3)La-
vinia, m. Rev. William Kellej', of Warner, N. H. ; parents, says 3Ir. Vinton, of
John Kelley, Esq. , of Exeter, N. H.

He d. in 1753, his wife surviving, who m. Jones, of Shrewsbury,
and d. October, 1798, aged 105.

43. DAA"ID3 Henry 2 Henry,! b. April 9, 1696, in Woburn : he
settled in Sudbury, Mass. His will, made Nov. 20, 1766, mentions
his wife Abigail, and children below. He m. Abigail Jemison,* of
Sudbury, b. December, 1702, dau. Hon. H a ut^^ ^ (Judge of the
Court of Common Pleas in Worcester), s. Samuel ^ Robert.^



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06. ^Yilliam, at Harvard College in 1748. + '

67. Samuel, at Harvard College in 1752. + '■; .

68. Abigail, m. Joseph Curtiss, of Sudbury, before Oct. 10, s>VO, and had a
dau., Avho m. Rev. Jonathan B©rness, of Hillsboro, N. H. / -'''/'

69. Elizabeth, m., Oct. 33, 1755, Henry Evans, of Boston, an I removed to
Nova Scotia.

70. Lydia, m. Oliver Prescott, before Oct. 10. 1770. +

71. Mar\-, who had her father's real estate in Charlemont and his negro girl
"Nett." She m., before Oct. 10, 1770, Samuel Jackson, b. Nov, 6, 1739; no ch.

He was Capt. David. In 1752-57, lie was innkeeper in Water-
town, adjoining Sudbury.

44. ISAAC 3 Henry 2 Henry,! b. February, 1700, in Woburn ;
settled in Sudbury, Mass.; he m., March 24, 1726, Mary Flagg, of
Woburn, or, as Vinton says, Abigail Flagg. He was Deacon. His
will was proved in 1759. His nephew William, " Gentleman,"
was guardian to his children, and Joseph Curtiss his adminis-
trator. His widow was Elizabeth.

73. Luke, b. Dec. 33, 1728. The Worcester Mss. says he was in the Revolu-
tionary army, carried a prisoner to Halifax, and d. there; no issue. If this
happened as other tradition saj's, it must have been the French war, as he was
apparently dead before 1759.

73 .jeduthan, b. .Jan. 13, 173^-f

74. Nahum, b. May 4. 1734. +

75. Isaac, 1). Dec. 13, 1738. +

76. Josiah, 1736 or 1737, or later perhaps, as he is last named in the will.-f-

48. JAMES 3 Henry 2 Henry,i b. in Woburn, in 1710; he m..
May 29, 1739, Kuth Richardson,* b. June 17, 1713, dau. Joseph,^ the
gr. s. of Samuel,! and settled in Woburn, on the homestead. He
d. Jan. 28, 1791;. his wife Euth, May 13, 1791, aged 78, should
be 77.

77. CjTus, b. Nov. 5, 1740; m. Ruth Wilson, of Bedford, and settled in Bos-
ton as a merchant until the Revolution, when he removed from Boston. He lived
a few years after, and d. without issue, y' .

78. Ruel, b. May 9, 1743; d. Feb. 31, 174A.

79. Loamnii, b.Jan. 10, 1744. +

80. Ruel, b. June 30, 1747. +

James is said, in SewelPs "History of Woburn," to have been a

carpenter, and a reputed master workman in the erection of the

precinct Burlington Meeting House, in 1732, still standing in

•1867. It will be noticed that James was then young. By his will,

dated 1771, he gave his wife one of his negroes.



Henry, of Wobani, Massachusetts. 621

49. SAMUELMIenry-^ Henry ,M). in Wobuni in 1717: m. 1**-
March 23, 1741-2, Elizabeth Jones, b. March 25, 1715, dan. Capt.
James and Sarah (Moore) Jones, of Weston, Mass.; she d. July 7,
1757. James ^ was s. .Josiah,' s. Lewis.^ (Bond's •' Watertown.)
Samuel is said to have settled in Weston, Mass.

81. Samuel, b. .July 28. 1743, in Falmouth. +

82. Elizabeth, b. June 18, 1745; m., Dec. 22, 1768, Ellas Jones, of East Hoosack
(Adams). He was s. Col. Elisha,^ s. Mary (Allen) Jones, s. Capt. Josiah, 2 s. Lewis i
(Bond's ' ' Watertown. ) He d. January, 1823. Children : (1) Ellas, (2) Elislia, and (3)
Jonas — all farmers in Hamlingtou, near Lake Ontario. (4) Josiah, m. Sedate Foot,
and settled as a merchant in young Upper Canada, and have a dau. Mary. (5) Ste.
phen, of Adams. (6) Mary, (7) Harriet, and (8) Electa, m. Walter King, a lawyer
of Utica, N. Y.

83. Ephraim, b. April 2, 1749; d. infant.

84. Sally, b. Sept. 15, 1750; d. Aug. 11, 1756.

85. Lucy, b. June 30, 1753; m. Capt. Charles Parsons, of Adams, Mass., a
Revolutionary officer.

86. Lydia, b. Jan. 16, 175- ; m. Newton Parmenter, of Weston, Mass.

87. Esther, b. June 27, 1756; m. Jonathan Ransom, of West Stockbridge, Mass.

88. Sarah, b. in Weston, Mass., .Jan. 28, 1759; m. 1st, Wallis, and had ch. :
Isaac, George and David. She m. 2»d, Richards, and had ch. : Rebecca and Sally.
All living in 1797.

89. Rebecca, b. January, 1763; d. January, 1763.

90. Rebecca, b. July 10, 1764; m., Cogswell.

91. Mary, b. March 15, 1756; m., Jan. 24, 1790, Isaac Hobbs, Jr., and died,
leaving no issue.



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He m. 2"*^' in 1758 (published Jan. 21), Sarah Dimond, of Need-
ham, who d. May 2, 1760; and ra. 3'-^. (published Feb. 22), 1762,
Rebecca Colton, or Cotton, of Newton. He d. July 22, 1778, aged
61, and his widow m.. Bee. 3, 1780, James Cogswell.

50. JOIIX-^ Benjamin- Henry ,^ b. May, 1697, in Canterbury,
Conn.; continued to reside there, and had children.



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