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one child.

VIII. Children of Joseph and Theodosia Thacher:

64 (1). Sarah Elizabeth, born in ,
May, 27, 1838, died in ;
was md. in to

, son of and

his wife, born in , died

in , and had children.

63 VII. Royal, 5th child of Alexander and Elizabeth
Bullen, bom in Mendon, Mass., Aug. 3, 182 1, died in Mil-
ford, Mass., Jan. 3, 1872; md. in Uxbridge, Mass., April
18, 1850, Chloe Keith, dau. of Lyman Keith and Chloe
Rawson, his wife, bom in Uxbridge, Mass., Aug. 18, 1831,



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died in Worcester, Mass., Dec. 21, 1901, and had four
children.

VIII. Children of Royal and Chloe Keith:

65 (1). Helen Augusta, born in Uxbridge, Mass., Feb.
21, 1 85 1, living in New York in 1903; was md. in
Milford, Mass., Nov. 7, 1869, to Charles C P
Hastings, son of Charles C. P. Hastings and Anna
W. Allen his wife, born in Mendon, Mass; died in Men-
don, May 24, 1874. No children. Helen Augusta
Peters was md. (2), in Brooklyn, N. Y., Nov. 4, 1883,
to Henry W Remington, son of Jefferson Reming-
ton and Naomi Paine, his wife, born in

, living in New York
in 1903, and had two sons.

66 (2). Lowell Mason, born in Mendon, Mass., Feb. 8,
1855, died in Milford, Mass., Sept. 19, 1856.

67 (3). Anna L , born in Uxbridge, Mass., June 8,
1857, died in Providence, R. I., Dec. 15, 1880; was
md. in Milford, Mass., Sept. 8, 1875, to Frank P
Horton, son of John Horton and Elmira Cook, his wife,
born in , died
in . No children.

68 (4). Minnie K , born in Mendon, Mass., May 24,
i860, died in Worcester, Mass., Nov. 3, 1897; was md.
in Worcester, Oct. 21, 1885, to Edward W Dodge,
son of Henry Dodge and , his wife, born
in

died in , and had

one daughter.

55 V. Alexander Abercrombie,* third child of Jo-
seph and Abigail Thompson, bom in Halifax, Nova
Scotia, 1764, died at Fort Johnstone

* He must have received his education abroad, as the Rev. Samuel
Peters, of Hebron, Conn., in a letter from London, dated August 30,
1787, speaks of him, says he is an M.D. of Aberdeen University, a very
clever man, is just going home, and that his father lives in Halifax.



yo Massachusetts

(now Smithville), North CaroHna, "now called South

Fort at the mouth of the Cape Fear river," Nov. 26,

1802; md. in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Jan. 21, 1788, Sarah

Morris Salter, widow of Dr. Malachi Salter, and dau.

Judge Charles Morris of Halifax, N. S., and

his wife, bom in

died in and had five children.

VI. Children of Alexander Ahercrombie and Sarah Morris

Salter:

69 (1). Mary Elizabeth, born in Boston, Mass., ,
1789, died in , 1864;
was md. in 1802, to Louis Landais, son
of Fran9ois Henri de Landais and , his
wife, born in San Domingo, June 7, 1779, died in

, and had seven children. His father was treas-
urer of the French Government for the island of San
Domingo. Louis Landais was a cadet at West Point
in 1798, being then 19 years old; he was afterwards
commander of Fort Moultrie. In 1803, by his father's
wish, he left the army and settled in St. Pierre, Mar-
tinique, as a merchant.

70 (2). Charles Morris, born in Boston, Mass.,

, 1790 (or
1791), died in infancy.

71 (3). Joseph Thompson, born in Boston, Mass., March
23, 1792 (md., ch.).

73 (4). Harriet Smith, born in Rutland, Vt., Jan. 12,
1796, died in Waltham, Mass., Aug. 14, 1876; was md.
March 25, 1821, in Boston, Mass., to William Johnson
Bettis, son of Bettisand ,

his wife, born in

, died in

, and had three children.

73 (5). Charlotte Abigail, born in Rutland, Vt., June 30,
1798, died in Waltham, Mass., March 10, 1875; was
md. in



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1823, to Jacob Heard, son of Thomas Heard and Eliz-
abeth , his wife, born in Wayland, Mass.,
Aug. 12, 1793, drowned in Boston harbor, Sept. 15,
1827, and had two children. Charlotte Abigail was
md. (2), in March 28,
1832, to Samuel Heard, son of Richard Heard and

, his wife, born in Wayland, Mass., Dec. 16,
1800, died in Waltham, Mass., Dec. 16, 1852, and had
three children.

Alexander Abercrombie settled in Halifax, N. S., as a
physician in Nov., 1787, two years later he returned to
the States, and was in Boston, Mass., where he was an
apothecary. In 1798-99 he lived in Rutland, Vt. In
1802 he was a surgeon in the United States Army, com-
mission dated April 21, 1802, and signed by Thomas
Jeflerson.

71 VI. Joseph Thompson, third child of Alexander
Abercrombie and Sarah Morris, bom in Boston, Mass.,
March 23, 1792, died in Boston, Aug. 6, 1824; md. in
Gloucester, Mass., July 16, 181 5, Abigail Trask, dau.
Joseph Trask and Abigail his wife, bom in

Gloucester, Aug. 15, 1792, died in Gloucester, Sept. 6,
1843, and had four children.

VII. Children of Joseph Thompson and Abigail Trask:

74 (1). Harriet Louisa, born in Boston, Mass., Jan. 23,
181 6, died in ; was

md. in ,

Nov. 26, 1834, to William Clark, son of Benjamin
Clark and Catherine his wife, born in Marl-

borough, Mass., Aug. 25, 1809, died in

, June 19, 1845, and had
four children. Harriet Louisa was md. (2), in

, 1847, to Nathan
Brooks Whitman, Jr., son Nathan Brooks Whitman,



72 Massachusetts

and Ann Dix, his wife, born in Boxborough, Mass.,
July 1 6, 1828, and had five children.

75 (2). Mary Elizabeth, born in Concord, Mass., Oct. 17,
1817, died in ;
was md. in ,
July 27, 1839, to Woodbury Langdon Crockett, son
Charles Crockett and Sallie , his wife, born in
Meredith, N. H., Oct. i, 18 16, died in Salisbury, Mass.,
June 3, 1852, and had three children. She was md.
(2), in , March 6,
1859, to John Clark, son Jacob Clark and Rebecca
Sanderson, his wife, born in Meredith, N. H., ,
died in

No children.

76 (3). Charles Ives, born in Boston, Mass., Oct. 28,
1819 (md., ch.).

77 (4). Isaac Alexander, born in Concord, Mass., June
19, 1821 (md., ch.).

76 VII. Charles Ives, third child of Joseph Thompson
and Abigail Trask, bom in Boston, Mass., Oct. 28, 1819,
died in Gloucester, Mass., July 4, 1888; md. in Boston,
May 14, 1840, Eliza Ann Gardner, dau. William Gardner
and Sarah his wife, bom in Boston, April i,

1822, died in Cambridge, Mass., March 25, 1890, and had
five children.

VIII. Children of Charles Ives, and Eliza Ann Gardner:

78 (1). Charles Joseph, born in Boston, Mass., Nov. 14,
1840 (md., ch.).

79 (2). George Edwin, born in Boston, July 19, 1842,
died in Marlborough, Mass., Sept. 19, 1843.

80 (3). George Edwin, born in Boston, May 15, 1852.
(md., ch.).

81 (4). Carrie Eliza, born in Cambridgeport, Mass., Feb.
2, 1856, died in Cambridgeport, July 17, 1861.

82 (5). Carrie Eliza, born in Cambridge, Mass., Aug. i,
1864, died in Cambridge, Aug. 22, 1864.



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78 VIII. Charles Joseph, first child of Charles Ives
and Eliza Ann Gardner, bom in Boston, Mass., Nov. 14,
1840, died in ,

md. in Jan. 13, 1864, Mary Eliza-

beth Bates, dau. Abner L Bates and Mary Elizabeth
his wife, bom in Boston, Mass., Nov. 5,
1843, died in Maiden, Mass., Feb. 14, 1870, and had one
child.

IX. Children of Charles Joseph, and Mary Bates:

83 (1). Mary Lizzie, born in Maiden, Mass., April 20,
1866, died in ,
was md. in , Oct. 15, 1884, to
John F Gilmore, son John Gilmore and Catherine

, his wife, born in Cambridge, Mass., Aug. 6,
1855, died in
and had one child.

Charles Joseph md. (2) in Yonkers, N. Y., Nov. 18,
1874, Helen Mary Southard, dau. Zibeon Southard and
Helen Maria , his wife, bom in Boston, Mass.,

March 15, 1846, died in ,

and had four children.

Children of Charles Joseph, and Helen Mary Southard:

84 (2). Arthur Gardner, born in Cambridge, Mass., Jan.
9, 1876.

85 (3). Edward Southard, born in Cambridge, July 2,
1877, died in Cambridgeport, Mass., Feb. 27, 1891.

86 (4). Charles Albert, born in Cambridge, Nov. 14,
1878.

87 (5). Helen Maria, born in Cambridge, Aug. 20, 1880.

84 IX. Arthur Gardner, 2d child of Charles Joseph
and first child of his second wife, Helen Maria Southard,
bom in Cambridge, Mass., Jan. 9, 1876.



74 Massachusetts

86 IX. Charles Albert, 4th child of Charles Joseph
and third child of his second wife, Helen Maria Southard,
bom in Cambridge, Mass., Nov. 14, 1878, died in



80 VIII. George Edwin, third child of Charles Ives
and Eliza Ann Gardner, bom in Boston, Mass., May 15,
1852, died in , md.

in Oct. II, 1876, Mary Ella Viles, dati.

James Viles and Frances Ann his wife, bom in

Boston, Mass., Aug. 26, 1853, died in

, and had three children.
IX. Children of George Edwin, and Mary Ella Viles:
88 (1). Marion Frances, born in Cambridge, Mass., Aug.
24, 1877.



89 (2). Mary Edith, born in Cambridge, Feb. 12, 1879.

90 (3). George Edwin, born in Cambridge, Sept. 14, 1880.



77 VII. Isaac Alexander, fourth child of Joseph
Thompson and Abigail Trask, bom in Concord, Mass.,
June 19, 1821, died in Cambridge, Mass., Oct. 8, 1878; md.
in Oct. 25, 1842, Sarah Johanna Hawkes, dau. of John
Hawkes and Johanna his wife, bom in Bos-

ton, Mass., Dec. 9, 1824, died in Philadelphia, Penn.,
July I, 1880, and had two children.

VIII. Children of Isaac Alexander, and Sarah Johanna Hawkes:

91 (1). Sarah Adelaide, born in Boston, Mass., Aug. 29,

1843, died in ;



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was md., in May 31,

1863, to William Hobbs Chadbourn, son of George
Chadbotirn and Asenath , his wife, born

in Sanford, Me., Feb. 18, 1841, died in

, and had three children.
93 (2). Emma Eliza, born in Boston, Mass., July 27,
1845, died in Cambridge, Mass., Dec. 14, 1874, unmar-
ried.



44 IV. Benjamin, second child of William, and
Hannah Chenery, bom in Dedham, Mass., Feb. 8, 1731,
died in July 13,

1803, md. in

Maria Van Wagner, dau. of Van Wagner

and his wife, bom in

, died in
, and had two children.

V. Children of Benjamin, and Maria Van Wagner:

93 (1). John, born in

, lost at sea

94 (2). William, born in

, 1773 (md., ch.).

Benjamin Peters was a physician ; he emigrated at an
early age to Marbletown, Ulster Co., New York. In 1 761
he served in the French and Indian wars. His grave-
stone can be seen in Bloomingburg, N. Y.

94 V. William, second child of Benjamin, and Maria
Van Wagner, bom in

1773, died in

1 814; md. Margaret Hasbrouck,
dau. of Hasbrouck and

his wife, bom in



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1774, died in

1857, and had four children.

VI. Children of William and Margaret Hashrouck:

95 (1). Benjamin, born in » i799'

96 (2). Eliza, born in

, died in

; was md. in

to Jacob Blanchard, son of
Blanchard and ,

his wife, born in

, died in

, and had children.

97 (3). Jacob, born in

98 (4). Hannah, born in

, 1805, died in

, unmarried.

William was a physician.

95 VI. Benjamin, first child of William, and Margaret
Hasbrouck, bom in
1799, died in
1877; md. in

dau. and

his wife, bom in
, died in
, and had children.



97 VI. Jacob,* third child of William and Margaret
Hasbrouck, bom in

, died in ,
md. in

dau. and his

wife, bom in ,

* Said to have removed to Michigan.



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died in , and had

children.



46 IV. Adam, fourth child of William, and Hannah
Chenery, bom in Medfield, Mass., Oct. 30, 1734, died in
Medfield, March 12, 1813,* aged 78; md. in Medfield,
May 5, 1758, Olive Plimpton,! daughter of John Plymp-
ton and Abigail Fisher, his wife, bom in Medfield, Feb. 8,
1737, died in Medfield, Sept. 12, 1768, and had three
children.

Y . Children of Adam and Olive Plimpton:

99 (1). Hannah, born in Medfield, March i, 1760, died in

, 1850; was md. in Medfield,
Jan. 7, 1779, to William Clark, son of Asa Clark and
Zillah Cheney, his wife, born in Medfield,
1758, diedin , 1825, and had five

children.

100 (2). Amy, born in Medfield, Feb. 6, 1762, died in
Medfield, May 20, 1762. J

101 (3). Sarah, born in Medfield, April 16, 1767, died in

; was
md., in Providence, R. I., , 1797,

to Eleazar Ellis, ist child of Nathan Ellis and Hannah
Bacon, his wife, born in Medfield, 17 53.

died in Providence, R. I., 1805 and had

children. She md. (2), in

, James Forbes of
Rutland, Vt., son of Forbes and

*" Captain Adam Peters died March 12, 1813, aged 78 years."
(Cross of the Sons of the Revolution on his grave.)

t Gravestone in Medfield graveyard: "In memory of Mrs Olive
Peters ye wife of Mr Adam Peters who died Sept. ye 12 1768 in ye
32nd year of her age."

t " Amy Peters daughter of Adam Peters and Mrs Olive his wife, who
died May 21, 1762." (Medfield graveyard.)



78 Massachusetts

, his wife, born in

, died in
, and had one child.

Adam md. (2) Nov. 30, 1769, Margaret Dunton, widow
of Benjamin Dunton (md. Aug. 25, 1763) and dau. of
Samuel Morse and Abigail Fisher, his wife, bom in

, Aug. 19, 1737, died in Medfield, Mass.,
May 23, 18 16, aged 78,* and had six children.

Children of Adam and Margaret Morse Dunton:
103 (4). Amy, born in Medfield, Sept. 13, 1770, died in

; was
md. in (int. Medfield, March 12, 1803) to Amasa Baker
of North Yarmouth, Me., son of Baker

and , his wife, born in

, died in
, had children.

103 (5). William, born in Medfield, Aug. 26, 1772 (md.,
ch.).

104 (6). Olive, born in Medfield, June 6, 1774, died in
Medfield, Sept. 27, 1776.

105 (7). Samuel, born in Medfield, Oct. 17, 1776, died at
sea., 1799-

106 (8). Oliver, born in Medfield, Sept. 7, 1779 (md., ch.).

107 (9). Margaret, born in Medfield, Oct. 30, 1783, died
in Medfield, Aug. 26, 1785.

Adam Peters of Medfield received money for "turns
done in late w^ars in the days of Capt. Morse, the ist and
Capt. Coolidge."

MASSACHUSETTS MUSTER AND PAY ROLLS (76-173).

1776, 4th Sufifolk Regiment, April 23, Adam Peters rec-
ommended by Field officers as adjutant in Col. Ephraim
Wheelock's Regiment. Commission ordered April 23,
1776.

* "Mrs. Margaret Peters relict of Capt. Adam Peters died May 22,
1816, aged 78 years." (Medfield graveyard.)



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1776, Dec. Capt. Sabin Mann's Co. Adjutant Pe-

ters, dated Cumberland.

1778. Col. Howe's Regiment, Capt. Adam Peters, en-
listment Aug. 15, 1778, dated Cumberland.

Discharged Sept. 12, 1778. {From " Various Services," 22, 6.)

1780. 5th Co. 4th Suffolk county Regiment, Capt,

Adam Peters. (Militia Officers, &c., 28-10)

1 78 1. March 2, Col. Seth Bullard's Regiment, Capt.
Peters, Medfield. (70-/5.)

As can be seen from these reports, he served in the Rev-
olution, and was afterward captain of militia in the town
of Medfield. He was a tanner.

103 V. William, fifth child of Adam Peters, and 2d
child of his 2d wife, Margaret Morse, bom in Medfield,
Mass., Aug. 26, 1772, died in Medfield, Feb. 26, 1843,*/
aged 71 ; md. in Medfield, July 17, 1794, Mary Ellis, dau.
Jesse Ellis and Mary Harding, his wife, bom in Medfield,
1776, died in Medfield, March 18, 1835, aged 58, and had
two children.

VI. Children of William and Mary Ellis:

108 (1). Mary, born in Medfield, Dec. 27, 1794, died in
Medfield, Oct. 18, 1876; was md., in Nov. 27, 1814, to
James Hewins, M.D. (Harvard, 1804), son of Jacob
He wins of Dorchester, Mass., and of ,
his wife, born in Sharon,. Mass., July 2, 1782, died in
Medfield, Aug. 8, 1846, and had two children.

109 (2). Amy, born in Medfield, Dec. 9, 1802, died in
Medfield, Aug. 15, 1872; was md., in Medfield, Mass.,
Oct. I, 1823, to the Revd. Charles C. Sewall, son of Chief
Justice Samuel Sewall of Marblehead, Mass., and Abi-
gail Devereux, his wife, born in Marblehead, May

♦Gravestone in Medfield graveyard: "William Peters Esq. died
Feb. 26, 1843, aged 72 years Mrs Mary his wife died March 18, 1835
aged|s8 years."



8o Massachusetts

lo, 1802, died in Medfield, Nov. 20, 1886, and had ten
children.

William received a captain's commission in 1805; he
was several times selectman, and was representative in

1838-39-

106 V. Oliver, eighth child of Adam, and fifth child

of Margaret Morse Dunton, his second wife, bom in Med-
field, Mass., Sept. 7, 1779, died in Providence, R. I., July
7, 181 7; md. in Providence, Sept. , 1804, Abigail Price,
dan. of Edward Price and Mary Potter, his wife, bom in
Providence, Sept. 25, 1784, died in Providence, Feb. 5,
1825, and had 6 daughters, two of whom died in infancy.

VI. Children of Oliver and Abigail Price:

110 (1). Abby, born in Providence, R. I., July 26, 1806,
died in Providence, Dec. 24, 1888; was md. in Wood-
stock, Conn., Jan. 2, 1845, to Samuel Hopkins, son of
Jeremiah Hopkins and Susan Rice, his wife, born in
Coventry, R. I., May 16, 1796, died in Providence,
R. I., Oct. 12, 1874, and had three children.

111 (2). Mary, born in Providence, R. I., Oct. 5, 1808,
died in Coventry, R. I., Sept. 26, 1839; was md., in
Providence, May 19, 1834, to John Harris, son of
Joseph Harris and Catharine Greene, his wife, born in
Cranston, R. I., Nov. 13, 1797, died in Providence,
June 21, 1874, and had three children.

113 (3). Sarah, born in Providence, R. I., April 25, 1812,
died in Weston, Mass., July 2, 1871 ; was md., in Med-
field, Mass., Jan. 31, 1838, to John Pearson Bowker,
Jr., son of John Pearson Bowker and Mary Baker, his
wife, born in Walpole, Mass., July 17, 1814, died in
Walpole, May 14, 1885, and had 6 children.

113 (4). Rebecca, born in Providence, R. I., Aug. 7,
1814, died in Woodstock, Conn., June 16, 1871; was
md. in Woodstock, Conn., Sept. 5, 1841, to Elisha
Lyon, son of Judah L Lyon and Mehitable Childs,




BEULAH LOVETT, WIFE OF LT.-COL. ANDREW PETERS



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his wife, born in Woodstock, Conn., Jan. 22, 1803, died
in Providence, R. I., June 19, 1877, and had seven
children.



49 IV. Andrew, seventh child of William, and Hannah
Chenery, bom in Medfield, Mass., Jan. 24, 1742, died in
Westborough, Mass., Feb. 5, 1822 ; md. in
March 30, 1768, Beulah Lovett, dau. Phinehas Lovett,
and Beulah Morse, his wife, bom in Mendon, Mass., Oct.
31, 1747, died in Westborough, July 29, 1810, and had 8
children.

V. Children of Andrew and Beulah Lovett:

114 (1). Lovett, born in Mendon, Jan. 19, 1769 (md.,
ch.).

115 (2). Daniel, born in Mendon, July 27, 1770.

116 (3). Sibyl, born in Mendon, Sept. 4, 1772, died in

; was
md. in Mendon (int. Nov. 24, 1786) to Elijah Penni-
man, son of Josiah Penniman and Esther Ware of
Needham, his wife, born in Mendon, April 5, 1762,
died in Mendon, June 22, 1789, and had one child,
Lovett, born April 8, 1787.

117 (4). Amy, born in Mendon, Feb. 7, 1775, died in

; was
md. in Westborough, Mass., March 27, 1796, to Sam-
uel Daniels Davenport of Boston, son of
Davenport and , his wife, born

in , died

in , and

had children.

118 (5). Rachel, born in Mendon, Nov. 12, 1781, died
Nov. 12, 1781.

119 (6). Silvia, born in Mendon, Nov. 8, 1783, died in

, March 12, 1810.



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120 (7). Hannah, born in

, March 14, 1786, died in

, Aug. II, 1809.

121 (8). Joseph, born in , May 5, 1788.

Col. Andrew served in the French and Indian war in
1 76 1 . His name is on the Lexington Alarm roll as private,
1775, April 19, in Capt. John Albee's company; he
marched from Mendon to Roxbury, then serving eight
days. 1775, June 1 5 , he was captain in Col. Joseph Read's
regiment, and was probably present at Bunker Hill.*

1776, from Jan. i to Dec. i, he was captain in Read's
Massachusetts regiment, Continental infantry.

1777, Jan. I. He was major in Col. Bailey's 2d Massa-
chusett's regiment ; 1779, July i , commissioned lieutenant
colonel, 15th Massachusetts Reg., Col. Timothy Bigelow.
He was present at the siege of Boston, the invasion of
Canada, the surrender of Burgoyne, and continued in
service until Jan. i, 1781, having served five years and
nine months. His name continued on the rolls until
October, 1783. He was one of the original members of
the Cincinnati. In 1788 he taught school in Mendon,
Mass. 1788-89, he taught school four months in Annap-
olis Royal, Nova Scotia. 1789-90, he taught school in
Sturbridge, Mass. 1790, December, to April, 1791, and
November to April, 1792, from November, 1792, to
April, 1793, and from 1793 to 1794, November to April,
he taught school in Medfield. 1794, August 15, he was
employed by the town of Marlborough to survey for a
plan of the town. In October and November he made
a plan of the town which bears the date of December
30, 1794. He laid down the old post road and the
Concord road, ascertained the number of acres in the
ponds, and the grist- and saw-mills in the town. His
account was $11.25. i794' November, to March, 1795,

* (Massachusetts Archives, vol. Ixx., p. 40.)





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LT.-COL. ANDREW PETERS



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he taught school in Westborough, Mass., in different parts
of the town. In 1794 he bought a farm in Westborough,
where he Hved and died. In 1792-93 he was town
treasurer of Mendon, and was on several committees.
These records are taken from his family Bible, as well as
from some of his other books.

114 V. Lovett, first child of Col. Andrew and Beulah
Lovett, bom in Mendon, Mass., Jan. 19, 1769, died in
Westborough, Mass., Jan. 13, 1863 ; md. in (int. ent. West-
borough, May 24, 1796, with) Mary Plympton, dau. Capt.
Silvanus Plympton and Hannah Phipps, his wife, bom in
Medfield, Mass., Nov. 4, 1771, died in Westborough, Ap.
28, i860, and had nine children.

VI. Children of Lovett and Mary Plympton:

122 (1). Beulah Lovett, born in Westboro, April 2,
1797, died in Westboro, May 16, 1875, unmd.

123 (2). Andrew, born in Westboro, March 11, 1799,
died in Westboro, Ap. 11, 1840, unmd.

124 (3). Augustus, born in Westboro, Nov. 7, 1800
(md., ch.).

125 (4). Onslow, born in Westboro, March i, 1802 (md.,
ch.).

126 (5). Mary Plympton, born in Westboro, May 26,
1804, died at Fort Jessup, La., June 8, 1841; was md.
in Westboro, Dec. 3, 1835, to the Revd. Henry Lamb
of Boston, Mass., chaplain U. S. A., son of Dr. Jabesh
Lamb and Sally , his wife, born in

178 , died
in , and

had one daughter.

127 (6). William, born in Westboro, March 5, 1807 (md.,
ch.).

128 (7). Daniel, born in Westboro, Nov. 9, 1808, died in
Westboro, May 8, 1849, aged 40. Unmd.(?)

129 (8). John, born in Westboro, Dec. 26, 1810, died in
Westboro, Dec. 28, 1810.



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130 (9). Hannah Phipps, born in Westboro, June 23,
1812, died in Westboro, Jan. 31, 1902, unmd.

124 VI. Augustus, third child of Lovett and Mary
Plympton, bom in Westborough, Mass., Nov. 7, 1800,
died in Westboro', 1848; md. in

Nov. 10, 1830, Lucy Pollard, dau. Andrew Pollard and

his wife, bom in

, died in Detroit, Mich., Nov. 30,
1852, and had one child.

VII. Children of Augustus and Lucy Pollard:

131 (1). John Lovett, born in Detroit, Mich., July 11,
1831 (md., ch.).

131 VIL John Lovett, bom in Detroit, Mich., July 11,
1831, died in ,
md. in Worcester, Mass., Nov. 29, 1859, Mary Frances
Eddy, dau. Eddy and ,
his wife, bom in ,
died in , and
had four children.

VIII. Children of John Lovett and Mary Eddy:

132 (1). William Curtis, born in North Brookfield, Mass.,
Feb. 10, 1861.

133 (2). John Eddy, born in Worcester, Mass., Oct. 17,
1866.

134 (3). Lewis Augustus, born in Worcester, July 22,
1869.

135 (4). Charles Adams, born in Worcester, June 29,
1875-

132 VIII. William Curtis, first child of John Lovett
and Mary Eddy, bom in North Brookfield, Mass., Feb. 10,
1861, died in ,
md. in Worcester, Mass., Sept. 26, 1885, Minnie Augusta
Trask, dau. Trask and ,
his wife, bom in ,




LOVETT PETERS

WESTBOROUGH, MASS.



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died in , and had

one child.

IX. Children of William Curtis and Minnie Trask:

136 (1). Lillian Mary, born in Worcester, Mass., Aug.
10, 1887.



133 VIII. John Eddy, second child of John Lovett and
Mary Eddy, bom in Worcester, Mass., Oct. 17, 1866.



134 VIII. Lewis Augustus, third child of John Lovett
and Mar>'- Eddy, bom in Worcester, Mass., July 22, 1869.



135 VIII. Charles Adams, fourth child of John Lovett
and Mary Eddy, bom in Worcester, Mass., June 29, 1875.



125 VI. Onslow, fourth child of Lovett and Mary
Plympton, bom in Westboro, Mass., March i, 1802, died
in Peoria, 111., Feb, 28, 1855; md. in Westboro, Mass.,
Oct. 29, 1829, Hannah Parkman Tyler, dau. John Eugene
Tyler and Hannah , his wife, bom in West-

boro, Sept. 25, 1803, died in Westboro, 1857,

and had six children.



86 Massachusetts

VII. Children of Onslow and Hannah Tyler:

137 (1). Mary Lovett, born in Westboro, Mass., Ap.
7, 1830, died in

; was md. in

, Oct. 26, 1858, to Henry B. Wiston,
D.D., president of Crozier Theological Seminary, Up-
land, Penn., son of Wiston and
, his wife, born in

, died in

, and had children.

138 (2). Susan Tyler, born in Westboro, June 21, 1831,
died in ;
was md. in , May 9, 1852, to
George Blakely, son of Blakely and

, his wife, born in

, died in
and had children.

139 (3). Onslow, born in Westboro, March 11, 1836
(md., ch.).

140 (4). Hannah Breck, born in



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