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, died in

; was md. in
, Oct. 26, 1856, to John F. Rollins, son of
Daniel Rollins and Mary , his wife, born

in , July 4, 1835, died in

, and had four
children. Resides at Fort George, Fla.

141 (5). Hugh, born in
143 (6). Eugene, born in

Onslow graduated from Brown University in 1825. In
1836 he was counsellor and attomey-at-law in West-
borough, Mass. In 1837 he removed to Peoria, 111., where
he was judge of the i6th judicial circuit of the state of
Illinois.

139 VII. Onslow, third child of Onslow and Hannah



Medfield 87

Tyler, bom in Westboro, Mass., March 11, 1836, died
in



141 VII. Hugh, fifth child of Onslow and Hannah
Tyler, bom in , died in



143 VII. Eugene, sixth child of Onslow and Hannah
Tyler, bom in , died in



127 VI. William, sixth child of Lovett and Mary
Plympton, bom in Westborough, Mass., March 5, 1807,
died in Peoria, 111., Dec. i, 1862; md. in Steventown, N.
Y., Oct. 19, 1 83 1, Martha Hall, dau. Oliver Hall and
Deborah Williams, his wife, bom in Steventown, N. Y.,
April 8, 1810, died in Richmond, Ind., Sept. 15, 1895, and
had six children.

VII. Children of William and Martha Hall:

143 (1). Mary Plympton, born in North Adams, Mass.,
Aug. 13, 1833, living in Sault Ste. Marie, Mich., 1903;
was md. in Milwaukee, Wis,, April 28, 1 851, to Edward
Joseph Cowell, son of John Van Hyst Cowell and Han-
nah Marache, his wife, born in Philadelphia, Pa., July
18, 1828, died in Erie, Pa., July 12, 1884, and had
seven children.

144 (2). Sarah Phipps, born in North Adams, Mass.,
June 17, 1835, died in Chicago, 111., Nov. 29, 1901 ; was
md. in Peoria, 111., Jan., 1854, to Samuel Parker Haz-
zard, son of Stephen Hazzard and Mary Russell, his
wife, born in Dover, Del., Oct. 9, 1826,

and had three children.



88 Massachusetts

145 (3). Hannah More, born in North Adams, Mass.,
Aug. 5, 1837, living in Richmond, Ind., 1903; was md.
in , Feb. 16,
i860, to James Ireland, son of Fielding Ireland and

, his wife, born in New Paris, O., Jan.
10, 1835, died in New Paris, 0., Oct. 10, 1861. No
children .

Hannah More Peters was md. (2), in Peoria, 111.,
Sept. 17, 1863, to James Eyre Reeves, son of Mark
Reeves of Gloucester Co., N. J., and Ann Ewan, his
wife, born in Berkeley, N. J., Nov. 27, 1814, living in
1903, and had two sons.

146 (4). Andrew Washington, born in Westborough,
Mass., May 22, 1843, died in Peoria, 111., Feb. i, 1878,
unmd.

He was a private in the 86th Illinois Volunteer In-
fantry in the Civil War. He was in Southern prisons
at Danville, Richmond, Anderson ville, and Florence.
His health was shattered, and he was an invalid until
his death.

147 (5). Charles William, born in Peoria, 111., Aug. 19,
1847, died in Kansas City, Mo., April 14, 1877.

148 (6). Deborah, born in North Adams, Mass., May 15,
1840, died in North Adams, Sept. 18, 1840.

149 (7). William Henry, born in Peoria, 111.,' March 18,
1845, died in Peoria, May 19, 1845.

138 VI. Daniel, seventh child of Lovett and Mary
Plympton, bom in Westborough, Mass., Nov. 9, 1808,
died in Westborough, May 8, 1849, aged 40; md. in (int.
Shrewsbury, Mass., with Eliza E Ruggles, July 6,
1836), dau. Ruggles and , his

wife, bom in ,

died in , and

had children.



Medfield 89

115 V. Daniel, second child of Col. Andrew and Beulah
Lovett, his wife, bom in Mendon, Mass., July 27, 1770,
died in (Harvard,

1793). Removed south 1793, or later, and died soon
after. No further record.



121 V. Joseph, eighth child of Col. Andrew and
Beulah Lovett, his wife, bom in Mendon, Mass., May 5,
1788, died in
No further record.



50 IV. Jethro, eighth child of William, and Hannah
Chenery, his wife, bom in Medfield, Mass., June 13, 1744,
died in Bolton, Mass., Feb. 16, 1824, aged 80; md. in (in-
tention pub. in Holliston, Mass.) Oct. 8, 1769, Rachel
Fairbanks, dau. Fairbanks and ,

his wife, bom in , May ,

1740, died in Medfield, Mass., May i, 1792, and had 7
children.

V. Children of Jethro, and Rachel Fairbanks:

150 (1). William, born in Northborough, Mass., Sept. 13,
1770 (md., ch.).

151 (2). Rachel, born in Northborough, July 20, 1772,
died in Medfield, Mass., Dec. 28, 1786.

153 (3). George, born in Northborough, Aug. 9, 1774

(md., ch.).
153 (4). Hannah, born in Northborough, April 13, 1777,

died in Bolton, Mass., April 22, 187 1 ; was md. in

, to James

Moore, son of Josiah Moore and Abigail ,



90 Massachusetts

his wife, born in Bolton, Jan. 7, 1777, died in Bolton
Nov. 6, i860, and had five children.

154 (5). Julia, born in Northborough, April 13, 1779,
died in ;
was md. in ,
to Atherton, son of Atherton
and , his wife, born in

, died in

155 (6). Peter, born in Northborough, April 15, 1781,
died in Medfield, Mass., Aug. 3, 1789.

156 (7). Peace, born in Medfield, March 25, 1783, (md.)

Jethro was a worker in leather. He settled in North-
borough, Mass., where he was town clerk in 1800, 1801,
and 1802. He was on the Lexington Alarm roll, being
sergeant in Capt. Samuel Wood's company, in General
Ward's regiment, which marched on the 19th of April,
1775, from Northborough; service eleven days.

150 V. William, first child of Jethro, and Rachel Fair-
banks, bom in Northborough, Mass., Sept. 13, 1770, died
in , md. in

, dau. of , and

, his wife, bom in

, died in
, and had children.

153 V. George, third child of Jethro, and Rachel Fair-
banks, bom in Northborough, Mass., Aug. 9, 1774, died
in , Jan. 27, 1859;

md. in (prob.

1800), Lydia Maynard, dau. Ephraim Maynard and Eu-
nice , his wife, bom in Marlborough, Mass.,
Nov. 7, 1779, died in , Nov. 2,
1 86 1, and had eight children.



Medfield 91

VI. Children of George and Lydia Maynard:

157 (1). George, born in Feltonville,* Mass., Nov. 28,
1800 (md., oh.).

158 (2). Ephraim, born in Feltonville,* Dec. 26, 1801,
died in Feltonville, Sept. , 1803.

159 (3). Luther, born in Feltonville,* April 20, 1806
(md., ch.).

160 (4). Irene, born in Feltonville,* March 26, 1808,
died in Feltonville, Jan. 18, 1833, unmd.

161 (5). Adolphus, born in Feltonville,* June i, 1810,
died March 6, 1814.

163 (6). Adolphus, born in Feltonville,* Jan. 13, 1814
(md., ch.).

163 (7). John Howe, born in Feltonville,* Feb. 16, 1820
(md., ch.).

164 (8). Freeman S , born in Feltonville,* March 5,
1824, died in Feltonville, Sept. 5, 1825.

George removed to Marlborough, Mass., probably from.
Medfield, about 1798.

157 VI. George, first child of George and Lydia May-
nard, bom in Feltonville,* Mass., Nov. 28, 1800, died in
Ware, Mass., Oct. 28, 1849; md. in

, May 8, 1823, Hannah L Brigham, dau.

of Jedediah Brigham and Lydia , his wife,

bom in Marlborough, Mass., Oct. 3, 1802, died in Marl-
boro, March 31, 1832, and had two children.

VII. Children of George and Hannah Brigham:

165 (1). George Lewis, born in Marlborough, Mass.,
March 3, 1825 (md., ch.).

166 (2). Lydia Brigham, born in Marlborough, Oct. 20,
1826, died in Ware, Mass., Nov. 22, 1849.

George mid. (2), in Boxborough, Mass., Nov. 23, 1833,
Lydia Whitcomb, dau. Moses Whitcomb and Anna

* Now Hudson.



92 Massachusetts

, his wife, bom in Boxborough, April 25, 1813,
died in Boxborough, Aug. 5, 1841, and had two daughters.

167 (3). Hannah Maria, born in Boxborough, Sept. 16,
1836, died in Hartford, Conn., March 14, 1888; was
md. in ,
April 8, 1859, to Merrick Whiting, son of Artemus
Whiting and Nabby , his wife, born in
Springfield, Mass., May 8, 1832, died in

, and had one daughter.

168 (4). Anna Elizabeth, born in Boxborough, July 9,
1841, died in ;
was md. in Worcester, Mass., March 28, 1872, to El-
bridge Gerry Hastings, son of Rozel Hastings and
Phebe , his wife, born in

, July 21, 1840, died in

, and had
four daughters.

George md. (3), in Barre, Mass., April 26, 1843, Lydia
E Sibley, dau. of Lyman Sibley and Hannah

, his wife, bom in Barre, April 28, 1819, and had
no children.

165 VII. George Lewis, first child of George, and Han-
nah Brigham, bom in Marlborough, Mass., March 3, 1825,
died in , md,

in , Ann Maria

Stevens, dau. Moses Stevens and Maria , his

wife, bom in . ,

died in , and

had one daughter.

VIII. Children of George Lewis and Ann Maria Stevens:

169 (1). Effie, born in

159 VI. Luther, third child of George, and Lydia May-
nard, bom in Feltonville,* Mass., April 20, 1806, died in

* Now Hudson.



Medfield 93

, md. in
, May 31,
1832, Abigail Holman, dau. Abraham Holman and Azu-
bah , his wife, bom in Bolton, Mass.,

Feb. 5, 1812, died in Hudson, Mass., March 13, 1847, and
had four children.

VII. Children of Luther and Abigail Holman:

170 (1). Luther Holman, born in Feltonville,* Mass.,
May 30, 1833 (md., ch.).

171 (2). Irene Freeman, born in Feltonville,* Feb. 16,
1836, died in



172 (3). Onslow Blake, born in Feltonville,* May 21,
1839 (md., ch.).

173 (4). Warren Sibley, born in Feltonville,* Oct. 7,
1845 (ind., ch.).

Luther md. (2) in ,

April 12, 1848, Maria Gould, dau. John Gould and Anna

, his wife, bom in Ware, Mass., May

25, 1820, died in Feltonville, Mass., Nov. 12, 1855, and

had two sons.

Children of Luther and Maria Gould:

174 (5). John G , born in Feltonville,* May 8, 1850.

175 (6). Edwin R , born in Sterling, Mass., March
30, 1853, died in Feltonville, May 3, 1855.

Luther md. (3), in ,

Sept. I, 1857, Lydia Howe, dau. Solomon Howe and Sarah

, his wife, bom in Berlin, Mass.,
Aug. II, 1811, died in Berlin, June 6, 1882. No children.

170 Vn. Luther Holman, first child of Luther, and
Abigail Holman, bom in Feltonville, Mass., May 30, 1833,
died in , md.

in , Nov. 14,

* Now Htidson.



94 Massachusetts

1 86 1, Ellen Maria Dyar, dau. Smith Dyar and Mary Jane
, his wife, bom in Charlestown, Mass.,
Sept. I, 1842, died in Maiden, Mass., July i, 1883, and
had one daughter.

VIII. Children of Luther Hohnan and Ellen Maria Dyar:

176 (1). Cora Maria, born in Charlestown, Mass., Sept.
17, 1863, died in



173 VII. Onslow Blake, third child of Luther and
Abigail Holman, bom in Feltonville,* Mass., May 21, 1839,
died in , md.

in , Oct. II,

1863, Augusta J Brown, dau. Simeon Brown and

Catherine W , his wife, bom in Stowe, Mass.,

died in
, and had one son.

VIII. Children of Onslow Blake and Augusta Brown:

111 (1). Albert H , born in Hudson, Mass., Nov. 28,
1864, died in ;

md. in



173 VII. Warren Sibley, fourth child of Luther and
Abigail Holman, bom in Feltonville,* Mass., Oct. 7, 1845,
died in , md.

in , Mary Susan

Maynard, dau. Maynard, and

, his wife, bom in ,

Oct. 15, 1853, died in

, and had four daughters.

* Now Hudson.



Medfield 95

VIII. Children of Warren Sibley and Mary Susan Maynard.

178 (1). Mary Augusta, born in

, March 15, 1874, died in

; was md. in
, to
, son of and ,

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

179 (2). Irene Abigail, born in

July 24, 1876, died in

, was md. in
to ,

son of , and , his wife, born

in , died

in , and

had children.

180 (3). Nettie Bell, born in

, Jan. 6, 1 881, died in

; was md. in

to ,

son of and , his wife,

born in ,

died in ,

and had children.

181 (4). Bertha Louise, born in

, Sept. 9, 1885, died in

, was md. in
to ,

son of and , his wife, born

in , died

in , and

had children.

174 VII. John G , fifth child of Luther (first child
of Luther and Maria Gould, his 2d wife), bom in Felton-
ville,* Mass., May 8, 1850, died in

* Now Hudson.



g6 Massachusetts

, md. in
, dau. of
, and ^ , his wife, bom in

, died in
, and had children.

163 VI. Adolphus, sixth child of George, and Lydia
Maynard, bom in Feltonville, Mass., Jan. 13, 1814, died
in Ware, Mass., Dec. 12, 1846, md. in

Nov. I, 1840, Julia Ann Phelps,
dau. Samuel Phelps and Betsey , his wife,

bom in Chester, Mass., Jan. i, 1816, died in Ware, Mass.,
Dec. 24, 1857, and had one daughter.

VII. Children of Adolphus and Julia Ann Phelps:
183 (1). Julia Augusta, born in Ware, Mass., Dec. 18,
1 841, died in ,

was md. in Hardwick, Mass., June 17, 1863, to Rhesa
Griffin, son of Rhesa Griffin and Rhoda ,

his wife, born in Salina, N. Y., April 25, 1841, died in

, and had
daughter.

163 VI. John Howe, seventh child of George and Lydia
Maynard, bom in Feltonville, Mass., Feb. 16, 1820, died
in Hudson, Mass., May 10, 1887; md. in , Sept. 2,
1840, Lucy Woods Hapgood, dau. Asa Hapgood and
Phebe , his wife, bom in Marlborough, Mass., Jan. 8,
1820, died in Feltonville,* Jan. 12, 1857, and had three
children.

VII. Children of John Howe and Lucy Woods Hapgood:
183 (1). Lucy Woods, born in Feltonville,* Mass.,
June 28, 1 841, died in ;

was md. in , Jan. 25,

1866, to Charles Whitney Gleason, son of Benjamin
Whitney Gleason and Louisa Fessenden, his wife, born
* Now Hudson.



Medfield 97

in North Andover, Mass., April 9, 1841, died in

, and had one son.

184 (2). John Melville, born in i^eltonville,* Sept. 22,
1843, died in Ware, Mass., Jan. 15, 1846 (1847?).

185 (3). John Melville, born in Feltonville,* Feb. 10,
1849 (md., ch.).

185 VII. John Melville, third child of John Howe, and
Lucy Woods Hapgood, bom in Feltonville, Mass., Feb. 10,
1849, died in , md. in

, Dec. 25, 1879, Mary
F Campbell of Machias, Maine, dau. of Alexander

F Campbell and Julia Patten, his wife, bom in Co-

lumbia, Maine, June 22, 1849, died in

, and had two daughters.

VIII. Children of John Melville and Mary Campbell:

186 (1). Lucy Gleason, born in Hudson, Mass., Feb. 28,
1880, died in ; was md.
in to ,
son of and , his wife, bom
in , died in

, and had children.

187 (2). Maude Julia, born in Hudson, March 12, 1882,
died in ; was md. in

to , son of

and , his wife, born in

, died in
, and had children.

John Howe md. (2), in Feb. 19, 1868, Zil-

pah H. Leland, dau. of Eleazar Leland and Zilpah

, his wife, bom in Sherborne, Mass., Jtine 15,
1 841, died in , and had

one daughter.

188 (3). Gertrude L., born in Hudson, Mass, Dec, 26,
1868.

* Now Hudson.



98 Massachusetts

156 V. Peace, seventh child of Jethro, and Rachel Fair-
banks, bom in Medfield, March 25, 1783, died in

, md. in
, Jan. 31, 1802, Hannah Maynard, dau.
Simeon Maynard and Silence , his wife, bom

in Marlborough, Mass., Dec. 28, 1782, died in

, and had children. (No further
record.)



51 IV. Nathan, ninth child of William, and Hannah
Chenery, his wife, bom in Medfield, Mass., Aug. 26, 1747,
died in , Feb. 7, 1824,

aged 77 ; md. in Preston, Conn., June 10, 1770, LoisCrary,
dau. Crary and , his wife, bom

in , died in

, and had nine children.

V. Children of Major Nathan, and Lois Crary:

189 (1). Benjamin, born in Preston, May 20, 1771, died
May 9, 1774.

190 (2). A son (Nathan ?), born in Preston, Dec. 26,
1772, died Jan. 8, 1773.

191 (3). William S ., born in Preston, Jan. 24, 1774,
died at Niagara, June , 1804.

193 (4). Sally, born in Preston, Feb. 2, 1776, died in
Chester, Conn., Jan. 4, 1845; was md. in

(probably 1798 *) to Joel
Canfield, son of Samuel Canfield and
his wife, born in ,

died in Chester, Jan. 11, i860, aged 89, and had nine
children.
193 (5). Polly, born in Preston, May 30, 1778, died in

; was md, in

* A child, Sarah, was bom to them in 1799.



Medfield 99

Preston, Jan. 10, 1796, to Joshua Meech, son of

Meech and , his wife, born in

, died in
, and had seven children.

194 (6). Hannah, born in Preston, Dec. 18, 1780, died in

; was md. in
Preston, June 16, 1805, to Duncan McCollom of Say-
brook, son of McCollom and ,
his wife, born in ,
died in , and had
■ children.

195 (7). Robert Crary, born in Preston, July 28, 1787
(md., ch.).

196 (8). Andrew, born in Preston, July 15, 1789, died in

, unmarried.

197 (9). Eliza, born in Preston, Conn., July 7, 1793,
died in Chester, Conn. ; was married
in to Ansel Ship-
man of Chester, son of Shipman and

, his wife, born in

, died in

, and had six children.

Nathan Peters was on the Lexington Alarm roll, as
private, in Col. Wells' regiment, ser\dce 21 days, resi-
dence, Preston, Conn.

April 26, 1775, he was ensign in the 7th Co., 6th regi-
ment.* June loth and 17th, 1775, he is in Roxbury,
Mass., and signs receipts, as captain, for arms and supplies
for his company, which he has received from Aaron Blaney.
He was brigade major during the Rhode Island campaign
under Gen. Tyler. In 1780 he is credited with service
along the western coast, and did some privateering about
New London. In 1781 he made himself conspicuous
after the taking of Fort Griswold. Gen. Arnold's report
of Sept. 6, 1 781, says: "A very considerable magazine of

* Colonial Records of Connecticut.

l.cfC.



lOo Massachusetts

powder, and barracks to contain three hundred men
were found in fort Griswold, which Capt. Lemoine of the
Royal Artillery, had my positive direction to destroy ; an
attempt was made by him, but unfortunately failed. He
had my orders to make a second attempt ; the reasons why
it was not done, Capt. Lemoine will have the honor to
explain to your Excellency." It is supposed that a train
of powder was laid from the barracks to the magazine.
As soon as the Americans saw the departure of the British,
they crossed the river in boats and hastened to the fort.
Major Nathan Peters is said to have been the first to
enter.

"Perceiving the barracks on fire and the train laid,
without a moment's hesitation, he perilled life by entering
the gate, and being well acquainted with the interior ar-
rangements, rushed to the pump for water to extinguish
the fire: here he found nothing that would hold water
but an old cartridge-box ; the spout of the pump likewise
had been removed ; but notwithstanding these disadvan-
tages, he succeeded in interrupting the communications
between the burning barracks and the powder." *

195 V. Robert Crary, seventh child of Major Nathan
and Lois Crary, bom in Preston, Conn., July 28, 1787,
died in Chester, Conn., Aug. 24, 1870, aged 83; md.
in , Rosalinda South-

worth, dau. Martin Southworth and Anna , his

* "The exploit noticed in the text has been attributed to others, but
documentary evidence, afterward exhibited at the Pension office, gives
to him the honor of having been the first man who entered the fort
after its evacuation by the enemy, and of having had the chief agency
in extinguishing the fire." — History of New London, by Miss Frances
Mainwaring Caulkins.

A letter written by his brother Joseph, in 1798, refers to Nathan's
being "busy in law matters," whence we may infer that after leaving
the army he became a lawyer. In 1818 he was a revolutionary pen-
sioner as of Massachusetts.



Medfield loi

wife, bom in Chester, April, 1789, died in Chester, Dec. 14,
i860, aged 71 years and 8 months, and had four children.

VI. Children of Robert Crary, and Rosalinda Southworth:

198 (1). Sarah, born in

, 1813, died in Deep River, Conn., Sept. 17,
1877, aged 64; was md. in

to Daniel Ormistead Emmons of East Had-
dam. Conn., son of Emmons and

, his wife, born in

, died in Deep River, Jan. i, 1893, aged 65,
and had three children.

199 (2). Ann Webb, born in Chester, Conn., Sept. 7,
181 5, (living, 1902); was md. in Chester, Aug. 7,
1836, to John Nelson Sanders, son of John Sanders
and Martha Bates his wife, born in Lyme, Conn.,
Aug. 7, 181 5, died in Chester, March 12, 1899, and
had three children.

200 (3). Betsey S , born in Chester, June 17, 1817,
died in Middletown, Conn., July 5, 1866, aged 49; was
md. in to John
W Bailey, son of William Bailey and Emma J
Manley, his wife, born in

, died in
. No children.
301 (4). Nathan, born in Chester, Sept. 4, 18 , died in
Chester, Jan. 19, 1881, unmarried. He was burned to
death in his own house.

Connecticut Troops. Militia. Robert Crary Peters,
private, in Capt. Eleazer Clark's Co. Aug. 2 to 13. 1813.



ANDOVER

17 III. John, fifth child of Samuel, and Phebe Erie,
bom in Andover, Mass., Nov. 6, 1705, died in Andover,
1797, April 19; md. Phebe Carleton of and in Andover,
March 20,* 1733, dau. of John Carleton and Hannah Os-
good, his wife, bom in Andover, March 21, 1705-6, died in
Andover, March 31, 1752, and had seven children.

IV. Children of John and Phebe Carleton:
203 (1). Phebe, born in Andover, Mass., Nov. 8, 1733,
died July 3, 1738.

203 (2). John, born in Andover, June 10, 1735, died
June 23, 1738.

204 (3). Sarah, born in Andover, Dec. 19, 1736, died
June 29, 1738.

205 (4). Phebe, born in Andover, May 11, 1739, died
Dec. 5, 1822; md. in Andover, Aug. 7, 1760, Daniel
Faulkner, son of Faulkner and

, born in Andover, , died in

Blue Hill, Me., and had children.

206 (5). John.t born in Andover, Mass., Aug. 7, 1741
(md., ch.).

207 (6). Andrew, born in Andover, Mass., March 26,
1744 (md., ch.).

208 (7). Sarah, born in Andover, Mass., Oct. 24, 1751,
died about 1770, unmarried.

John Peters md. (2), in Andover, Aug. 7, 1759, Sarah
Peabody, widow of James Stevens, dau. of
Peabody, and , his wife, bom in

, 1742, died in Andover, Sept.
4, 1808, aged 86, and had two children.

* Church Records say March 20th; Town Records, March loth.
t See Maine.



Andover 103

209 (8). Ariel, born in Andover, Mass., Jan. 31, 1762,

died Jan. 31, 1849, unmarried.
310 (9). Joseph, born in Andover, Mass., June 10, 1764

(md., ch.).

John left no will, and most of his property appears to
have been disposed of before his death. His gravestone
and that of his second v^ife are still standing in the old
North Andover graveyard. His first three children died
at the time of the "throat distemper," which wiped out
entire families in Essex County.



207 IV. Andrew, sixth child of John, and Phebe Carle-
ton, bom in Andover, Mass., March 26, 1744, died in
Andover, Oct. 6, 1824; md. in Andover, Oct. 18, 1768,
Hannah Kimball, dau. Daniel Kimball and Mehitable
Ingalls, his wife, bom in Andover, Oct. 29, 1744, died in
Andover, March 14, 1822, aged 78, and had five children.
V. Children of Andrew and Hannah Kimball:
311 (1). Mehitabel, born in Andover, March 5, 1769,
died in Blue Hill, Maine, April 11, 1818; md. in An-
dover, Nov. 12, 1795, Daniel Faulkner of Blue Hill,
Me., son of Faulkner and ,

born in Andover, Mass., July 17, 1765, died Oct. 24,
1840, and had five children.
313 (2). Andrew, born in Andover, Mass., Oct. 26, 1771
(md., ch.).

313 (3). John, born in Andover, Feb. 4, 1774 (md.,ch.).

314 (4). Daniel, born in Andover, Mass., Jan. 3, 1778
(md., ch.).

315 (5). Hannah, born in Andover, Mass., Sept. 17,
1 781, died Aug. 12, 1820; was md. in Andover, Nov.
24, 1803, to Nathaniel Frothingham of Boston, son of

Frothingham and , born

in , died in

, and had children.



I04 Massachusetts

Andrew's name is on the Lexington Alarm roll as
sergeant in Lieut. Peter Poor's company, which marched
from And over to Cambridge, on the 19th of April, 1775,
serving three and a half days. It is said that he was em-
ployed on the fortifications at Charlestown, and he may
have been at the battle of Bunker Hill. He also fur-
nished supplies to the Continental army.

1213 V, Andrew, second child of Sergeant Andrew, and
Hannah Kimball, bom in Andover, Mass., Oct. 26, 1771,
died in Wiscasset, Maine, April 9, 1825, aged 54; md. in

Nancy Carney, widow of
William Isbestos and dau. Mark Carney and Susanna
Goud, his wife, born in ,

June 10, 1776, died in ,

and had nine children.

VI. Children of Andrew and Nancy Carney:

316 (1). William, born in Newcastle, Me., March 9, 1799
(md., eh.).

317 (2). Sally Carney, born in Newcastle, July 14, 1800,
died in , unmd.

318 (3). Andrew, born in Newcastle, Jan. 17, 1802, died
at sea on board schooner Grecian, July 13, 1828, unmd.

319 (4). Albert Kimble, born in Newcastle, Sept. 4, 1803.

330 (5). Hiram, born in Newcastle, March 9, 1805, died
in Newcastle, July 21, 1805.

331 (6). Nancy, born in Newcastle, Sept. 21, 1806, died
in ; was md. in

to Thomas McNally, son of
McNally and , his wife, born

in , died in

, and had children.
333 (7). Kiah Bailey, born in Newcastle, March 27, 1808.

333 (8). Nathaniel, born in Newcastle, Jan. 20, 181 1.

334 (9). Harriet, born in

died in ; was md. in





Andover 105




, to Joseph Vankirk,


son of


Vankirk and his


wife, born in


, died in




, and had children.



Andrew lived in Newcastle, Alna, and Wiscasset, Maine,
He was a trader and a shipbuilder on the Sheepscot river.
He built the old store at Sheepscot, near the bridge, and
gave the land in front of it for a road. His widow and her
three daughters in, or prior to, 1847 removed to New
Albany, Indiana, and the widow probably died in Ken-
tucky.

216 VI. William, first child of Andrew, and Nancy Car-
ney, bom in Newcastle, Maine, March 9, 1799, died in

, md. in ,



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