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Abigail. Bap. in ist church, Sept. 14, 1735.

1736-37. William, son of William, and Abigail Peters,
bap. ist church, Feb. 4, 1736-37.

Early Records of Manchester, Mass.
17 1 7, Febwari, Recerd Peters on tax list for 00-08-06.
171 7, July, Recerd petters 00-13-00.

17 1 7, Heads in family Recherd Peters — 5.

1 7 18, Recherd peters one of five "chowerds and feld
drivers."

1720, Recerd peters one of three "Constabals or feld
drivers."

1729-30, Ricard Peters one of three "cho wards."



Long Island. — ^This family descends from Dr. Charles
Peters, who came to this country early in the i8th century,
and who was living in Hempstead, Long Island, in 1720.



404 Divers Families

At the present da}'-, many interesting old family grave-
stones may be found there. The family has been well
known in New York City and in New York State, espe-
cially in Dutchess Coimty. Some branches settled in
Nova Scotia (1793) and in St. John's, N. B. The princi-
pal Christian names are Charles, William, James, Rich-
ard, Abel, Valentine. A history of this family, entitled A
Peters Lineage, compiled by Mrs. Martha Bockee Flint,
can be purchased of Alfred Peters, Poughkeepsie, N. Y.
Price, $2.00.

Philadelphia. — This family descends from the Revd.
Richard Peters ( 1 704-1 776), who came to this coimtry from
England and was settled in Philadelphia as assistant-
rector of Christ Church in 1735. Later he was rector of
Christ Church and of St. Peter's in Philadelphia. 1 737 he
was Proprietary Secretary in charge of the Land Office.
1762 to 1775 he was Provincial Secretary and clerk of the
Cotmcil. Mrs. N. P. Black, of Atlanta, Ga., is compiling
a history of this family. See Dorr's History of Christ
Church, and Sharpless' Genealogy.

Virginia. — It is almost impossible to place this fam-
ily or these families. A William Peters first appears in
this State in 1635. (See Virginia Magazine, VIII., p.
60.)

1645, Aug. 15, Simon Peter has land granted to him
in Virginia, and in 1652 he has fifty acres more for the
transportation of Alice Springwell. Vol. II., p. I2g,
quotes the will of Nathaniel Bacon, March 5, 1691, in
which he leaves to Elizabeth, daughter of Thomas Peters,
"if she live to the age of 21, or be married, a negro girl
named Moll, now about 10 years of age and living on
the Plantation belonging to the said Peters." There is
mention of Peters as an old family in Mead's Old Churches
of Virginia, in Surry Co., about Cabin Point chiirch, and
this family is said to have been a leading one in the



Divers Families 405

eastern part of the State in Colonial times. There was
a General Thomas Peters in Revolutionary days. In
Virginia genealogies there is mention of Martha Custis
Peters in Leesburg, 1855; of Major Peters of Naletown;
of Col. John Peters of Farquhar Co., who removed to
Kentucky, probably prior to the 19th century, and whose
grandson Belvard John Peters was judge of the Kentucky
Court of Appeals, and Chief Justice of that State from
1874 to 1876.

Bethlehem, Pa., and Philadelphia. — See Bartow
Genealogy for Peters said to descend from George, 1795,
a merchant and a Moravian.

'Delaware and Pennsylvania. — See Sharpless
Genealogy.

Kentucky. — See McDonald Genealogy. A family said
to have settled there from Wales about the middle of the
1 8th century.

Maryland. — There is a family which writes its name
Peter, and which has been well known in Washington and
in Georgetown. Mr. William Henry Peters of Norfolk,
Va., already mentioned on account of his remarkable like-
ness to some of the Boston members of the Peters of New
England, is the son of a Danish sea-captain who settled
in Newburyport, Mass., either late in the i8th century
or early in the 19th.

Thomas Peters of Plymouth, Mass., early in 1700 was
probably ancestor of the family settled in Plympton,
Mass., one of whose descendants undoubtedly was sergeant
Amos Peters, a Revolutionary soldier, who died at Mount
Airy, N. J., aged 90, Jan. 14, 1849. Some of this family
removed to Berwick, Maine. There are colored Peters
in Hanover, Mass., and many of their descendants in
Warren, Maine, a whole school district being composed
of them. It was usual in former times for slaves to take
their master's family name. One man testified that,



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whereas his name was Francis, his brother was Peters,
having, since he belonged to the Revd. Andrew Peters of
Middleton, assumed that name.

There are isolated Peters who may be of great interest
to us. Who was Arthur of Wethersfield, Conn., who died
immarried in 1690, and left his estate to Ephraim Good-
rich of the same town?

Who was Dr. John Peters, residing in Wobum, Mass.,
and who in April, 17 19, had a suit against Samuel Moul-
ton, for his services as a physician? He says he comes
from Rhode Island and is going to Boston. There is
also a mention of his being in Windsor, Conn.

Who is Capt. Peter, aged 40, in 1657, a Dutchman,
trading to the Eastward, in Oct., 1656?

Who is John Petts, or Pettis, or Pittis, of Ipswich,
Mass., in 1642, later of Hatfield, Mass., where he is killed
by the Indians in 1675?

Who is John Peters of Gravesend, Long Island, in
1652 (or 1642)?

Who is Ann Peters of the ist church in Boston, 1632?

Who is David Senior, in Capt. Joseph Robertson's Co.,
Dec. to Feb. 18, 1 710-17 11, at Annapolis Royal?

David, Jr., is killed there Jan. (or June 10), 171 1.

1 71 1, "Major Paul Mascarene's Co of New England
troops, during its being at Annapolis Royal in Her
Majesties' Service from the loth of October, 17 10, to
the loth of October, 171 1 : James Petties, Dec to Mar. 3."

Who is Jonathan Peters "Centinel," and Ebenr Petter,
of Springfield, 1722?

And Josiah, John, Elisha, and Thomas "Peter," in
Capt. Richard Bourne's Co, in 1725? Samuel Peters in
Capt. Richard Kimball's Co. 1725?

Capt. Peters in Falmouth in 1725?

Josiah and Ephraim in the expedition to the West
Indies in 1740?



Divers Families 407

John and Sarah of Newport, Rhode Island, in 17 13?

And the Peters of Richmond, N. H., formerly from
Ciimberland, R. I., late in 1700, and giving freely of their
men to Col. Doolittle's regiment at the battle of Bunker
Hill? The names of Richard, Ebenezer, Israel, and
Ephraim do not appear to belong to us, but may be of
the Salem family.

Among the early settlers of Londonderry, N. H., is to
be found a John Peters, whose widow was Lydia Peters,
apparently living in Andover, Mass., in 1777, when,-«he
receives a letter from her brother, Jonathan Stevens ?
(See Miss Bailey's History of Andover.)

Mrs. Betsey Peters, who married Isaac Cousens of
Brooklin, Maine, was daughter of Maurice Peters, and
sister of James who married in Ellsworth, Maine, in 1861,
Mrs. Mary Beal ; they are not of the Peters of New
England. (See page 122.)

It is possible that this Maurice descends from Maurice
Peters who, with wife and child, was among the Loyalists
mustered in Digby, Nova Scotia, in 1784, and who may
be of the Long Island family.



MILITARY SERVICE



Absalom, Conn., 242-243, 244
Adam, Mass., 78-79
Alexander Abercrombie, Mass., 71
Andrew, Mass., 9-13, 31 ^
Andrew, Mass., 82, 83
Andrew, Mass., 104
Andrew, Conn., 307
Andrew, Conn., 312
Andrew, N. H., 350
Andrew Washington, Mass., 88
Augustus Connate, Me., 122
Benjamin, Mass., 54
Benjamin, Mass., 75
Benjamin Franklin, Conn., 265
Charles Edward, Conn., 199
Charles Tilden, Me., 123
Comfort, N. H., 319
Daniel, Conn., 276
Daniel Porter, Me., 125
David, Conn., 270
De Witt Clinton, Conn., 249
Edmond Fanning, Conn., 204
Edward McClure, Me., 144
Edward Pay son. Conn., 251
George Pierce, Conn., 250



James, N. H., 317

James, N. H., 318

James, N. H., 320

James, Jr., N. H., 320-321 3

Jethro, Mass., 90

John, Conn., 159

John, N. H., 353

John, N. H., 354

John, N. H., 355

lohn, N. H., 355

John, N. H., 355

John, N. H., 355

[ohn, N. H., 355

John, N. H., 356

John, N. H., 356

John Andrew, Conn., 165

John Henry, Conn., 295

John Samuel, Conn., 180

Joseph, Conn., 299

Joseph, Conn., 310

Joseph Phelps, Conn., 268

Mary, N. H., 353 4

Moses, Mass., 67

Nathan, Mass., 99, 100

Obadiah, N. H., 346



^ Names of those only who served in the regular army, or of those
who were in militia companies in time of war, and were, or were likely
to be, called upon for active service, are included in this list. The
name of John Hamilton, who died while trying to save others from
drowning, should, however, be mentioned here (p. 116). Divisions are
appended in which the names of individuals are to be found.

^ "Having in mind the new demand for critical accuracy imposed
by the growing interest in American genealogy and biography, and
especially in the patriotic societies like the Society of Colonial Wars,
I have spared no pains to make my book absolutely correct. I have
tested the lists of names, the dates, and other matter, from Hull's
accounts, and am confident that they are entirely accurate. / have
realized the hnportance of absolute accuracy here, since any one who can
trace descent from one of these who are credited ivith mitilary service, has
an indisputable claim to membership in the above nam.ed society."
(Italics compiler's.) — Soldiers in King Philip's War, by George Madi-
son Bodge, A.B., Member of the New England Historic-Genealogical
Society, and Chaplain of the Massachusetts Society of Colonial Wars.

3 James Petei's, Jr. , December 17, 1777, enl. for 3 yrs. Was at Battle
of Monmouth. N. J., and joined the army under Washington.

4 She probably was the Mary Peters who died in Ipswich, Mass., aged
90, in 1830.



Military Service 409



Robert Crary, Mass., loi «
Samuel, Conn., i6i '
Samuel, Conn., 309 ^
Simon, N. H., 351-352
William (?), Mass., 64-65



William Francis, Conn., 198
William, Conn., 276
William, Conn., 278
William, N. H., 345-346
William Thompson, Conn., 166



UNPLACED.



Andrew* 1774; belonged either to a R. I. or Mass. Reg.

Andrew,^ Stamford, Conn., Capt. Hiunphrey's Co., Ap. 10, 17 78.

Andrew* private, July 5 to Aug. 14, 18 13.

Andrew* 3d reg. Conn. Line, Capt. Betts's Co. of Norwalk, — 4th Reg.
paid Feb. 8, 1781 to Dec. 31, 1781.

./IWO.S, private, Plympton, Mass. Capt. Brigham Co. Col., Cotton's
Reg. May 4, 1775. Service 3 mos. 5 days. Service 8 mos.

Asahel, Brookfield, Mass. 3rd precinct June 30, 1778. Service 10^
mos.

Benjamin (In service before), enl. Aug. 5, 1757, Col. Lyman, Capt.
Waterbury, 6th Co.

Benjamin, Nov. 18, 1757, to May 14, 1758. Col. Haviland, in com-
mand. At Fort Edward, Capt. Ferris.

Benjamin, Col. Archibald Crary's Reg. Rhode Island. Continental
troops.

Cons, Crew of the Continental Frigate Federacy lying at New London,
below Norwich, launched 1778. Capt. Seth Harding. (living in
1818, pensioner.)

Daniel, private, Capt. Oliver Capron, Col. Ephraim Doolittle's Reg.,
Oct. 6, 1775. From Richmond. N. H.

Ditto, Capt. Oliver Capron, Col. Doolittle's 24th Reg., dated Rich-
mond (N. H.), Nov. 26, 1775. Order for bounty coat or equivalent in
money for the 8 mos. service in 1775. Makes his mark.

Same, enl. June 16, 1775. Service, i mo. 20 days.

Daniel, seaman. Sept. 4. 1777.

Daniel, seaman, Brigantine Freedom, Mar. 15, 1778. Capt. John
Clouston.

David, A Muster Roll of Capt. John Robertson's Companj^ of New
England Troops at Annapolis Royal in Her Majesties' Service from
the loth of Oct. 17 10, to the loth of Oct. 171 1. David Peters Sen.
Time of Death or Desertion, Dec. Feb. 18. Days in service 132.

David Peters Jr. Kill'd June 10, Daj'^s in service, 244.

Ebenezer, A Roll of Capt. William Humphrey's Co. in the Northern
Army in the Continental Service as mustered and paid by Samuel
Ashley, Esq., Muster Master and paymaster of said Co. Ebenezer
Peters, advance wages and bount}^ 9-18. Billeting, 3-4.

Frederick, July. 1778. Private, in Col. Armand's Legion, Inde-
pendent Corps taken into Service by resolve, June 25, 1778.

George, (officers of Preston and Norwich, Conn.), 1755, Aug. 19 to
Dec. 12, Capt. Billings' Co.

1 Col. 7th Reg., 1827-1830.

2 Capt., 1809.

3 Samuel, Jan. to Ap. i, 1781, Light Infantry under the Marquis de
La Fayette, marched to the southward.

4 Undoubtedly belonging to the Peters of New England and members
of the Connecticut line.

s Sup. 3 1 1-3 12, Andrew 47S (v).



4IO Military Service

Henry, A list of men's names signed to an order for advance pay, etc,
Boston, June 3, 1776. Payable to Capt. Swan.

Same, advance pay, blanket money, etc, Jxuie 8, 1776. Residence
Wilmington, (Mass.). Same, Aug. i to Nov. i, 1776. ist Art. Co.

Same, matross, Capt. James Swan's Co., Col. Thos. Craft's Reg., Nov.
I, 1776, to Dec. I, 1776. ist. Art. Co. ist Art. Co. Dec. i, 1776, to
Feb. I, 1777. Feb. i, 1777, to May 8, 1777. Capt. Philip Maiette.
Col. Craft, service 3 mos. 7 days. Same, Dec. 1, 1777, to Jan. i, 1778
(spelled Petors) Nov. 4, 1777, to Oct. 1777. Reported absent, sick.

Henry, matross, roll of Capt. Jotham Drury, Col. John Crane, Dec.
1777.

Same, Oct. 13, 1777. (Spelled Peeters.) Term of enlistment 3
years. ListofmenfromSuffolkCo., Boston, May 25, 1777. Col. Crane.

Same, Residence Boston, Ap. 5, 1777, to Mar. 6, 1778. Reported
deserted Mar. 6, 1778. Same. Boston, Sept. 21, 1778. Reported
deserted.

Israel, private, Capt. Capron, Col. Doolittle, dated Aug. i, 1775.
Enl. May 16, 1775. Service 2 mos. 21 days. Residence, Richmond,
N. H. Same, camp at Cambridge, Jtme 24, 1775. Same, boimty coat
Nov. 26, 1775. Makes his mark. Reported discharged Sept. 16, 1775.

Capt. Howlet's Co. Pay Roll of Co. record out of Col. Ashley's Reg. of
Militia which marched from Keene, N. H. to re-enforce the Continental
Army at Ticonderoga, May, 1777, engaged May 7 — Israel Peters,
Time of discharge June 24, Time in service i mo. 18 days. Rate per
month £4-ios. Am't wages 7-4-0. Miles travel, at 2<i per mile, 120,
;^i. Am't wages and travel 8-4-0.

Jonathan, private, pay accounts Capt. Luther Bailey, Col. Bailey,
service from Jan. i, to Dec. 31, 1780. Residence Hanover. (Possibly
he was a colored man.)

Jonathan, Stonington (Conn.), Feb. 16, 1777. Hyde's Co. enl. for
war. (Prob. same) Capt. Wolcott's Co. 1777-1781. Paid Jan. i, 1781,
to Dec. I, 1781.

Jabez, 1756, Ap. 16 to Nov. 11, 4th Reg. ist. Co.

James, 1776, quartermaster, 2d Reg. Light Horse, Major William
Hillhouse, New London.

James, lieut. 3d Reg. New London, June 1, to June 15, 18 13. July
15, to 28, 1817.

John, Atkinson, N. H. 1777, 1778, 1779.

John, iT](>, Dec. 3, enl. for war; private in 7th Co. Capt. Henry
Tiebout. N. Y.

Same, ist Reg. New York Line, 4th (Col's) Co. Oct. 31, for war,
Corpl. Oct. 24, 1777. Serg^. Jan. 4, 1780.

John, Milford, Conn. 6th Reg. Pond's Co., enl. Ap. 25, 1777, for war;
deserted Sept. 19, 1777.

John F., Hartford, ist Cav., Oct. 23, 1862. Sergt. Feb. i, 1864.
Dis. June 2, '65.

John S., Middletown, Conn. 31st Reg., Jan. 30, '64, dis. June 22,

'65.

John W., Norwich, Conn. Private, Co. D., 14th R. I. Reg. Sept.
22, '63, dis. Aug. 29, '64.

Joseph, 8th Reg. 6th Co. 1775. Same, 1776, Capt. Wells' Co., 12th
Reg. marched to West Chester, deserted.

Joseph, May 24, 1777, Capt. Cliffs Co.; enl. for war, died time un-
known, {prob. same) 3rd Reg., Plainfield Co., May 24, 1777.

Joseph, 2d Reg. 1 777-1 781.

Joseph, 4th Reg., Stonington, Conn, (near R. L) Feb. 16, 1777.



Military Service 411

Joseph, 7th Reg., July 26, to Dec. 18, 1775.

Peter, 1776, Col. John Topham's Co. Reed pay £,20-1 :^-g.

Peter, private, 1812. New London, Mar. 30, 1814. 37th Inf., dis.
May 10, 1815. Col. Stephen-Tilden . (Pensioner, living in 1818).

Peter, shipped for 6 mos. on board ship Trumbull, enl. Jan. 3, 1776,
left ship, July 4, 1776.

Phihp, ist N. H. Reg., enlisted during the War, 1776. Muster and
pay roll of Capt. Farwell's Co., Col. John Stark's Reg. Same, private
May 21, aged 23, residence Alstead, N. H. Bounty, ;£2o.

Philip, men mustered from Suffolk Co., Capt. Tuckerman, Brig. Gen.
Putnam, return made by Nathl. Barber. Boston, Feb. 16, 1777.

Richard, Cumberland, R. I., 1775.

5aw«e/, ensign, 8th Co. Capt. Leonard Bleecker, Nov. 21, 1776. N.Y.

Sam-uel, ist Co. 3d. Reg., private.

Samuel, paid from Jan. i, 1781, to Dec. 31, Capt. Riley's Co., of
Wethersfield, Conn.

Simon, Mar. 16, 1777, enl. for 3 yrs., dis. Ap. i, 1780, 3d Reg. ist Co.
N. Y. private.

Solomon, Jan. i, to Dec. 31, 1781. Capt. Wolcott's Co. (Officers
from Windsor, Windham and Pomfret, Conn.)

Solomon or Thomas, Sanford's Co., May 9, 1777, for 3 yrs. Dis.
Sept. 19, 1779. (Conn. Line, 1777 to 1781.)

Wilham, Norwich (Conn.), 6th Reg., Aug. 23, 1861, dis. Jtily 5, 1863.

William, private, Muster and Pay roll, Capt. Enos Parker, Col.
Benj. Simonds; enl. Aug. 14, 1777, dis. Aug. 19, 1777. Detachment
from Berkshire Co. Reg. to re-enforce army at Bennington. Same,
Officers Mass. Militia, 2d lieut., 13th Co., 2d Berkshire Reg. Commis-
sion Oct. 8, 1779.

Same, Lieut., Capt. Ezra Whipple, Col. Benj. Simonds, enl. Oct. 19,
1780, Berkshire Co. Reg. Marched by order of Gen. Fellows on alarm
at Castleton. — Lieut., Capt. Ezra Whipple, Col. Benj. Simonds., enl.
Oct. 27, 1780, dis. Oct. 29, 1780, Marched on alarm of Oct. 27, to re-
enforce Gen. Allen at the northward. (It is probable that this William
is the son of Andrew, ancestor of the Ohio branch. See 478 V, p. 311.)

William, private, Capt. Nathan Peters' Co., Col. Timothy Danielson's
Reg. enl. Ap. 26, 1775, service 3 mos. 13 days to Aug. i, 1775. Resi-
dence Stiifield, (Conn.) Same, private, Capt. Peters' Co., Col. Daniel-
son's Reg. Residence Glastonbury (Conn.), Oct. 6, 1775, Company
returns. Same, Botmty Coat, Capt. Peters' Co., Col. Danielson's Reg.,
dated Roxbury, Nov. 20, 1875, in camp. Same, loth Co., 2d reg. Gen.
Spencer, raised Ap.-May, 1775. Troops were at Bunker Hill siege of
Boston. Arnold's Quebec expedition. All company officers, from
Suffield, Conn. Capt. Oliver Hanchett's Co. Same enl. in Capt. Ely's
Co. Nov. 25, 1776, for war, from Branford, Conn. Taken prisoner
Sept. 20, 1777. (This William is undoubtedly a member of the Lost
Tribes.)

William,'^ private, Lexington Alarm roll, Capt. Lebbeus Ball, Marched
from Granville, company of Minute men, Ap. 20, to May 18, 1775, one
month.

William,'^ private. Muster and pay roll, Capt. John Morgan's Co.
Col. Ruggles Woodbridge's Reg., enl. Sept. 18, 1777, service 2 mos. n
days. Reported furloughed.

William,^ enl. Aug. 24, 1777, dis. Nov. 29, 1777. Service in Northern
Dept.

Zachariah, ensign, Capt. Hill's Co., Ap. to Mar., 1778.

^ Undoubtedly of Peters of New England, Connecticut line.



ALLIED FAMILIES^



Abbott, 52
Adams, 109
Alden, 130
Allen, 35
Allen, 64
Allen, 69
Allen, 250
Ally, 121
Ally, 124
Anderson, 205
Anderson, 312
Andruss, 255
Aslebe, 41
Atherton, 90
Atkinson, 253
Austin, 150
Austin, 255
Averill, 121
Avery, 251



B



Bacon, 77
Bacon, 249
Bagley, 203
Bailey, loi
Bailey, 192
Bailey, 237
Bailey, 337
Bailey, (note) 337
Baker, 78
Baker, 80
Baker, 197
Baldwin, 157
Baldwin, 289
Barkuloo, 129
Bamet, 186
Barney, 342
Barry, 117
Bartlett, 132
Bates, 73
Bates, loi



Beach, 251
Beals, 339

Beamsley (Wilbourn),
Beare, 349
Beebe, 158
Belding, 324
Bennett, 117
Bennett, 233
Benson, 245
Bentley, 297
Bettis, 70
Bidwell, 134
Billings, 123
Billings, 125
Billings, 126
Billings, 351
Birdseye, 258
Black, 130
Blakely, 86
Blanc, 263
Blanchard, 76
Bliss, 190
Bliss, 221
Boarman, 105
Bond, 174
Booth, 255
Booth, 293
Bowker, 80
Bown, 215
Bowne, 128
Bradley, 146
Brewer, 35
Brewer, 271
Brigham, 91
Brooke, 142
Brooks, 118
Brown, 54
Brown, 94
Brown, 115
Brown, 126
Brown, 221
Browne, 148



^ Names of all families in any way related to Peters descendants are
included. A widow is indexed under her maiden name, followed by
her former husband's in parentheses. Family names have been left
as found, even where spellings conflict. A second mention of one
name on the same page when referring to a different individual, causes
the name to be repeated in the index.

412



Allied Families



413



Buckland, 138
Buell, 154
Bull, 137
Bull, 148
Bullen, 67
Bunker, 121
Burbank, 238
Burchard, 307
Burnham, 169
Burr, 150
Burrill, 317
Butler, 170
Butler, 340
Butman, 130



Calhoun, 247
Calhoun, 247

(Cameron), 139

Campbell, 97

Canfield, 98

Card, 232

Carleton, 102

Carleton, 118

Carlton, no

Carney (Isbestos), 104

Carpenter, 288

Carrier, 154

Case, 154

Case, 158

Case, 267

Case, 287

Caster, 327

Catlin (Stuart, Dane), 283

Chadbourn, 75

Chadwick, 51

Chadwick, 338

Chamberlain, 268

Chambers, 248

Chandler, 35

Chapin, 287

Chapman, 29

Chapwell, 304

Chenery, 63

Cheneverd, 148

Cheney, 77

Z^hester, 174

Chickering, 53

Childs, 80

Chittenden, 253

Chute, 135

(Clap), 65

Clark, 71
Clark, 72
Clark, 77
Clark, 107



Clark, 124

Clark, 134

Clark, 172

Clark, 302

Clement, 201

Clemens, 298

Clendenning, 246

Clifford, 271

Clift, 251

Cobb, 130

Cobb, 185

Cochran, 332

Coggill, 253

Coggins, 116

Coggins, 130

Colby, 332

Colby, 335

Cole, 169

Cole, 286

Cole, 287

Coleman, 122

Communy, 265

Compton, 283

Cone, 168

Connor, 234

Cook, 69

Cook, 244

Coombs, 322

Cooper, 274

Corey, 237

Cossit, 209

Cotton, 121

Cousins (Morton), 122

Covell, 244

Cowell, 87

Cowles, 144

Cradus (or Crowdus), 214

Crane, 286

Crary, 98

Crocker, 122

Crockett, 72

Crowninshield, 234

Cruse, 134

Cummings, 146

Cunningham, 115

Curtis, 299

Cushing, 146

Cushman, 135



Dadley, 234
Damrell, 200
Dart, 285
Davenport, 81
Davies, 194
Davis, 106



414



Allied Families



Davis, 270
Davis, 271
Davis, 275
Davis, 340
Day, 120
Day, 267
Descomb, 331
Devereux, 79
Dexter, 127
Dexter, 139
Dillon, 226
Dix, 72

(Dix), 126

Dobson, 210
Dodge, 69
Dodge, 113
Dodge, 131
Dolliver, 108
Drury, 134
Dunham, 132
Dunn, 131
Dunton, 64
Duryea, 129
Van Dusen, 150
Dutton, 116
Dyar, 94

Dyer (Gushing), 112
Dyer, 131



E



Eagar, 331
Eagar, 336
Eaker, 284
Eddy, 84
Edgar, 255
Edgecomb, 35:
Edson, 324
Edson, 343
Edwards, 31
Ellicott, 137
Ellis, 77
Ellis, 79
Emery, 109
Emmons, 10 1
Erskine, 117
Ewan, 88



Fairbank, 279
Fairbanks, 89
Famham, 33
Famham, 124
Famham, 125
Famham (Caulkins), 162
Famham, 316



Famham, 317
Famham, 341
Farrington, 106
Farwell, 107
Faulkner, 102
Faulkner, 103
Fay, 238
Ferguson, 184
Ferris, 262
Fessenden, 96
Fickett, 233
Fifield, 316
Fisher, 77
Fisher, 78
Fisk, 241
Fisk, 338
Fitch, 248
Flint, 115
Fobes, 237
Forbes, 77
Forester (?), 127
Forman, 142
Foster, 52
Foster, 109
Foster, 131
Foster, 335
Fowle, 119
Fowler, 15
Fowler, 121
Freethy, 125
Frie, 41
Friend, 120
Fro thin gham, 103
Frye, 108



Gale, 236
Gallt, 285
Gardner, 72
Gardner, 109
Gates, 217
Gates, 308
Gibbs, 309
Gibson, 218
Gibson, 279
Gilbert, 257
Gillette, 184
Gilmore, 73
Gilmore, 130
Gleason, 96
Gleason, 328
Goodwin, 68
Gookin, 64
Goud, 104
Gould, 93
Gould, 138



Allied Families



415



Gould, 332
Gould, 338
Gowdy, 176
Granniss, 132
Grant, 204
Graves, 168
Graves, 168
Graves, 271
Gray, 122
Gray, 126
Green, 312
Greene, 80
Grey, no
Grimn, 96
Griffing, 185
Griswold, 297
Grozelier, 107



H



Hadley, 333

Hadley, 334

Hagaman, 245

Haggens, 128

Haines, 327

Hale, 108

Haliburton, 128

Hall, 87

Hamden (or Hemden ?), 32

Hamilton, 128

Hanna, 172

Hanna, 287

Hapgood, 96

Harding, 79

Hardon, 150

Hargrave (Horton), 122

Harney, 195

Harris, 80

Hartshorn, 67

Hasbrouck, 75

Haskell, 134

Hastings, 69

Hastings, 92

Hatch, 250

Hatch, 253

Hathaway, 132

Haven, 128

Hawkes, 74

Hazzard, 87

Heard, 71

Heard, 71

Heath, 336

Heiser, 142

Henderson, 246

Henderson, 303

Heme, 168

Heme, 168



Herrick, 316

He wins, 79

Hicks, 235

Hill, 210

Hill, 285

Hinckley, 121

Hinckley, 122

Hind, 334

Hitchcock, 250

Hodgkins, 236

Hodgsdon, 198

Holman, 93

Holmes, 224

Holt, 117

Holt, 174

Hooper, 270

Hopkins, 80

Van Horn, 129

Horton, 69

Horton, 177

Hosford, 157

House, 157

Howard, 190

Howe, 93

Howland, 108

Howlett, 107

Hoyt (Stanley), 341

Hubbard, 167

Huckins, 132

Huey, 285

Huguenin, 129

Hungerford, 296

Hunter, 137

Hurlburt (Longley), 175

Hurlburt, 268

Hutchinson, 53

Hutchinson, 334

Hutchinson, 334



Ingalls, 35
Ingalls, 103
Ireland, 88



Jarvis, 257
Jarvis, 261
Jellerson, 129
Jenkens, 311
Jenkins, 202
Jewell, 329
Jewell, 339
Jewett, 276
Johnson, 116
Johnson, 197



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Allied Families



Johnson, 197
Johnson, 350
Jones, 130


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