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DICKERMAN GENEALOGY



DESCENDANTS OF



THOMAS DICKERMAN



AN EARI,Y SETTI,ER OF



DORCHESTER, MASSACHUSETTS



Prepared and Pubi^ished by



EDWARD DWIGHT DICKERMAN

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GEORGE SHERWOOD DICKERMAN



WITH A SUPPLEMENT
Added by the latter in 1922



NEW HAVEN

The Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor Press
1922



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Copyright 1897

By E. D. DlCKERMAN



Copyright 1922
By G. S. DlCKERMAN



PREFACE TO THE EDITION OF 1922

Twenty-five years have passed since this story of the Descendants
of Thomas Dickerman was put in print, and it is over fifty years since
Albert Dickerman pubhshed his account of the Dickermans of Guil-
ford, New York. We are living now in a world that was not
dreamed of, even twenty-five years ago. Home and family filled
a larger place in common thought than they do to-day. People had
not so many other things to think of and to stir their ambitions. Going
back a step further to the early half of the last century, or to the
colonial period, this devotion to the home was still more marked.
Those who lived then were more interested in things close about them
than we are. They did not have the daily papers to bring news of
important events taking place in every land under the sun and to call
out an instant opinion. They could not communicate in a moment
with men a thousand miles away. It was not possible for them to
start out on any given day and make a continuous journey around
the world without missing a connection. Their horizon was
narrowed down to the particular spot where they lived. How could
they help making" a good deal of their homes? Instead of spending
their money in travel they used it for getting land. Instead of
buying a motor-car they built a house. Instead of working in a
manufactory or department-store they tilled the ground and lived
on its products. So home and family were everything. It was the
one open door to ambition.

A mother of many sons and daughters once told this incident of
her girlhood some hundred years ago : She and a group of com-
panions were going over together the last chapter of the book of
Proverbs, picking out by number the verses that tallied with their
birthdays ; her birthday happened to be on the 28th, and her verse,
"Her children rise up and call her blessed ; her husband also, and he
praiseth her," to which her response was, "What can be better than
that?" Such a spirit was not unusual in those days. The ablest
young men and the most beautiful maidens had it as their early
ambition to own a home and to bring up sons and daughters who
should return their devotion in lives with similar aims.



4 PREFACE.

We know the results. Our land has been occupied from these
homes, over all those broad stretches from Atlantic to Pacific. In
them character has been shaped into lasting lines of intelligence,
thrift, conscience, and given the tone which makes the nation what it
is. Who can belittle such a service or say that it is less grand than
any other, however loud the applause another may enjoy? The old
Hebrew prophet at Horeb was taught that thunder, lightning and
tempest were not so mighty as a still small voice. It is so now. The
stillness of a home is mightier than multitudes in passionate, noisy
commotion.

A genealogy, to all intents and purposes, is a record of homes and
a memorial of the men and women who have made them. It
proceeds on the assumption that those who have put their lives into
such a work should be highly honored and their names kept in remem-
brance, especially by their own children and their children's children
for generations to come. This was in mind at the first publication
of this work. While my brother lived he was highly gratified, with
me, in the cordial reception given to our united labors ; and since his
death I have enjoyed the continued indications that the work is prized
for reference in genealogical libraries. I find that it is usually
spoken of as the "Dickerman Genealogy" and this title has been
adopted in place of the former one for the new edition.

The Supplement contains information that has been gathered from
time to time in marginal notes ; with some results of fresh research,
particularly concerning the Ives, Gilbert, Tucker and Bradley fami-
lies. There is almost no limit to the additions that might be made.
In the hope that individual owners of the book may be disposed to
make additions of their own, a number of blank sheets are inserted
after the Supplement for their accommodation.

G. S. DiCKERMAN.

New Haven, Connecticut,
July 4, 1922.



CONTENTS OF THE SUPPLEMENT

Page

Short Notes here and there — pp. 17-162 7-9

Ives Family — Descendants of WilHam Ives of New Haven :

Branch of Joseph Ives of North Haven 9-14

Joseph Ives, 2d, Children and Grandchildren 10

Samuel Ives, " " " lo-ii

Thomas Ives, " " " 11-12

Ebenezer Ives, " " " 12-13

Lazarus Ives, " " " 13-14

Gilbert Family — Descendants of Matthew Gilbert of New Haven 14-20

Samuel Gilbert, Children and Grandchildren 15

John Gilbert, 2d, " " " 15-16

Thomas Gilbert, " " " 16-17

Alatthew Gilbert, 2d, " " " 17-18

Daniel Gilbert, " " " 1&-19

David Gilbert, " " " 19-20

Short Notes here and there — pp. 173-556 20-30

Nathaniel Bradley, Moses Bradley's Children 21

Sperrys and Beechers 21-22

John Dickerman — p. 253, Children 24

Charles Heber Dickerman, Children and Grandchildren 24-25

Revision of Chart X, concerning Abigail (Root) Moseley 25

Jonathan Dickerman's record in the Revolution 26

Revision of Chart XIV 27

Ezra Dickerman — p. 458, Sons and Grandchildren , 28-29

Tucker Family — pp. 122-3, and 568-73, Descendants of John and Hannah
(Dickerman) Tucker, who went from Massachusetts to Illinois,

probably soon after their marriage in 1806 30-34

John R. Tucker, Children and Grandchildren 30-32

T. J. Thompson, Children and Grandchildren 30-31

Webb, Fenger, Gilson and Kyle Families 31-32

Howard, Smith, Prudhon, Corron and Hammond Families 32

Hiram L. Tucker, Descendants :

McConnell, Swinyer and Shopen Families 33-34

Warner Family 34

George L. Tucker, Family 34

Bradley Family — Descendants of William Bradley of New Haven:

The Joseph Bradley Families of North Haven 34-35

The Stephen Bradley Families of New Haven and Cheshire 35

Elisha Bradley of Mt. Carmel and Stockbridge, Family 36



6 CONTENTS.

Daniel Bradley, 2d, of Mt. Carmel, Sons and Descendants 36-47

Daniel Bradley, 3d, of Mt. Carmel, Family 37

William Bradley of Lanesborough, Mass., Family Zl

Jabez Bradley of Mt. Carmel, Family 38

Jesse Bradley of Lee, Mass., Family 38-39

Joel Bradley of Mt. Carmel, Family 39

Amos Bradley of Mt. Carmel, Family ■. . 39-40

Moses Bradley of Mt. Carmel and Cheshire, Family 40

Miles Bradley of Mt. Carmel and Northville, N. Y., Children and

Families 40-41

Jabez Bradley, 2d, of Mt. Carmel and Northville, Family 42

Dan Bradley of Mt. Carmel and Marcellus, N. Y., Children and

Families 42-44

Dan Beach Bradley of Marcellus, N. Y. and Bangkok, Siam,

Children and Families , 44-46

Notes 4^47



PORTRAITS.

Edward Dwight Dickerman Frontispiece

Face Page
Rev. Dan Beach Bradley, M.D Supplement 44

James Ives 168

Hon. Charles Heber Dickerman 264

Mrs. Sarah (Jones) Dickerman 316

Ezra Dickerman 458



SUPPLEMENT TO THE DICKERMAN GENE-
ALOGY, INCLUDING BRADLEY, GILBERT
AND IVES FAMILIES.

In these revisions and additions invaluable assistance has been generously rendered by
Messrs. C. C. C. Bradley of Manchester, Iowa, Christopher C. Bradley of Syracuse, N. Y.,
Cornelius B. Bradley of Berkeley, California, W. W. Swinyer of Los Angeles, California,
and Donald Lines Jacobus of Mount Carmel, Connecticut, and others.

NOTES

P. 17. Thomas Dickerman 2d, was in King Philip's War. His
name is on Ledger account as receiving, Feb. 24, 1676-7, i lb.
I s. 4d.

P. 33. Dedham Records have this entry, Sep. 23. 1837, "Nehemiah
Dickerman and George Dickerman, both of Dorchester in our
right, Sullivan Bemis of Newton and Mary Bemis his wife in her
right, Maria Woodward in her right and William Woodward of
Braintree, and Martha Henderson and James Henderson of
Lowell in her right" quit claim to Nathaniel Morton all right in
dower of John Dickerman's estate to his wife Keziah.
In the text read Woodward instead of Woodman.

P. 55. Chart IV. Dates of Major John Arms should be, 1722-1770.

P. 63. Willard Dickerman Straight married Sep. 7, 1911, Dorothy
Payne Whitney, daughter of the Hon. William C. Whitney of
New York. He bore a distinguished part in the diplomatic
service of the United States in the Orient, and later as a Major
of the arpiy in the great war. He died at Paris, France, Dec. i,
1918. The N. Y. Times of Dec. 2, 1918, contains an extended
obituary with a portrait.

P. 79. Rev. Lysander Dickerman died Dec. 13, 1902, at Boston,
Mass. The Congregational Year Book of 1903, p. 22, gives a
sketch of his life.

P. 132. For Mary Daniels read Mary Staniels.
P. 143. Add to children of John Cooper 3d, Caleb Cooper, b. 1707-8,
d. Oct. 30, 1746, ae. 38, m. March 13, 1734-5, Desire Sanford.



8 SUPPLEMENT.

P. 144. Rebecca Cooper m. Daniel Ailing.

P. 154. Chart V. Add to children of Nathaniel and Ruth (Dicker-
man) Bradley, Abigail Bradley, bp. April 22, 1694. d. March
19, 1732-3, m. Dec. 15, 1 71 3, Jonathan Atwater 2d. Make same
correction on p. 178.

P. 156. Mary Cooper, wife of Abraham Dickerman, d. Jan. 4,
1705-6, ae. 66. She was probably born in New Haven.

The second wife of Isaac Dickerman was Elizabeth Ailing, as
recorded on p. 304 of this work.

102. I. Fifth line. For "second" read "first" and omit the
remarks that follow.

P. 158. IV. I. Mary Bassett m. June 24, 1734, David Doolittle,
who d. Aug. 17, 1736; m. (2) April 5, 1742, Samuel Ailing, both
of Wallingford.

3. Her sister Martha m. April 9, 1747, John Sutlifif ; she d.
Aug. 9, 1777, ae. 67, at Thomaston.

4. Elizabeth did not m. David Atwater, but m. May 21,
1740, Phineas Doolittle of Wallingford.

P. 159. 5. Thankful m. Daniel Rowe of Bristol.

6. Lois m. Dec. 4, 1755, David Luddington; she d. July,
1799, ae. 75, at Plymouth.
8. David d. unmarried.
VI. 2. Ebenezer Bassett m. Jan. 24, 1750, Susanna White.

P. 160. 3. Daniel Bassett d. Dec. 5, 1809, m. Jan. 6, 1774, Eunice
Turner. No children.

5. Abraham Bassett d. Sep. 8, 1776, m. Feb. 12, 1761, Lydia
Smith. Seven children.

VII. For Mariah read Martha.

P. 161. no. II. Samuel Hitchcock m. Mary Perkins, dau. of Daniel
and Martha (Elcock) Perkins, b. June 12, 1715, m. (2) June 11,
1764, Mabel (Punderson) Ives, widow of Lazarus Ives, b. March
19, 1726, d. 1765, m. (3) Mary (Jones) Bellamy, widow of
Samuel Bellamy, b. Dec. 5. 1721, d. Sep. 4, 1803. Mount Carmel.

2. Samuel Hitchcock 2d, m. (2) Jan. 27, 1793, Martha
(Gaylord) Ives of Cheshire.
P. 162. 3. Martha (Hitchcock) Rexford d. April i, 1774.

4. Mary Hitchcock d. July 8, 1802, ae, 62, m. Jason
Bradley.



NOTES. 9

6. Mercy Hitchcock m. Nov. 29, 1770, Joseph Gilbert.
Nos. 7 and 8 are erroneous ; the reading should be as follows :

7. Eunice Hitchcock d. Feb. 27, 1757.

8. Jal^ez Hitchcock, only child of second marriage, b. about
1765. d. Feb. 19. 1842, ae. yy, m. Experience Bishop; he was
deacon at Bethany.

HI. Abiah Hitchcock d. May 15, 1783, ae. 66, m. (2) July 18,

1 781, Matthew Gilbert.
IV. Joseph Hitchcock, 1). Fel). 13. 1717, died young. It was a

later Joseph, the youngest of the family, bp. July 14, 1728,

d. Feb. 18, 1790, ae. 62. who m. Dec. 14, 1749, Hannah

Ball.

Ives

*. 163. Chart VI. \Mlliam Ives, the settler, had two sons, Joseph
and John, both of whom went to Wallingford and had lots
assigned them in the new settlement there. John remained per-
manently and a record of his descendants is given in Davis'
History of \\"allingford. The older brother, Joseph, having
married into a North Haven family, made his home in that
parish, and his descendants constituted a separate branch of the
Ives family who lived for the most part in North Haven and
Mount Carmel till they migrated to other parts of the country.
The record of this family follows :

(i.) Joseph Ives, d. 1695, m. Jan. 2, 1672, Mary Yale, dau. of
Thomas and Mary (Turner) Yale, b. Oct. 26, 1650.
I. Joseph Ives 2d, b. Oct. 17, 1673. (2)

II. Mary, b. March 18, 1674-5, died young.
HI. Mary, b. March 17, 1675-6, m. Jan. 21, 1691-2, John Gilbert
2d, son of John and Sarah (Gregson) Gilbert, b. Oct. 3,
1668, d. Dec. 1741.
I\^ Samuel, b. Nov. 6, 1677. (3)

V. Martha, b. March 5, 1678-9, m. Eleazer Stent of Branford.
VI. Lazarus, b. Feb. 19, 1680, d. 1704, unm.
VII. Thomas, b. Aug. 22, 1683. (4)

VIII. Abigail, b. Aug. 17, 1685, died young.
IX, John, b. Jan. 18, 1686, died young.
X. Ebenezer, b. April 6, 1692. (5)



lO SUPPLEMENT.

(2.) Joseph Ives 2d, b. Oct. 17, 1673, d. Nov. i, 1751, ae. 78, m.
Jan. 7, 1700, Sarah Ball, dau. of Ailing 2d, and Sarah (Thomp-
son) Ball, b. Aug. 26, 1679.

1. John, b. Nov. 6, 1701.

2. Joseph, b. Nov. 9, 1703.

3. Ailing, b. Feb. 23, 1705-6.

4. Stephen, b. June 27, 1708, d. about 1744-5, m- May 13, 1736, Abigail

Rowe, dau. of Matthew 2d and Rebekah (Mix) Rowe, b. Jan. 17,
1712, d. about 1797; she m. (2) Joseph Sackett.

i. Mary, b. July 13, 1737, m. Jason Cooper,
ii. Rebekah, b. Feb. 27, 1738-9, d. Jan. 26, 1797, ae. 59, m. William Bradley

of East Haven,
iii. Joseph Ives 3d, b. Oct. 26, 1740, d. about 1768, m. Nov. 5, 1761,

Elizabeth Grannis, dau. of John 2d .ind Mary (Bradley) Grannis, b.

Dec. 20, 1741, m. (2) Dec. 6, 1764, Abigail Grannis, a sister of

Elizabeth, who m. (2) Job Blakeslee. This Joseph Ives was among the

founders of the Mt. Carmel church. He had four daughters : Mary, b.

July 4, 1763, Abigail, who m. Archibald McNeil, Ruth, and Joanna,

who m. Jabez Spencer,
iv. Stephen 2d, b. JIarch 16, 1741-2, m. Feb. 12, 1769, Sarah Ames, who m.

(2) Oct. 4, 179s, Samuel Mix. His estate was divided in 1793, to

his widow Sarah and children, Joseph, William, Sally, Polly, Sukey and

Patty. North Haven.
V. Enoch. His estate was divided in 1797, to his sister Mary, and heirs of

deceased brothers, and sister Rebekah.

5. Enoch, b. Feb. 12, 1711-12, m. July 31, 1735, Lydia Cooper, dau. of

Joseph and Abigail Cooper, b. Jan. 15, 1708. He d. before Aug.
25, 1744, when his estate was in probate. His widow m. Samuel
Goodsell.

6. Elisha, b. Jan. 31, 1715-16.

7. Sarah, b. Feb. 14, 1718-19, m. April i, 1735, Stephen Cooper, son of

Joseph and Abigail Cooper, b. Dec. 29, 17 12, who m. (2) Mary
Gilbert.

8. Dan, b. Jan. 3, 1721-2, d. March 27, 1776, m. Mary Piatt of Milford,

who d. July 17, 1754, in her 27th year, m. (2) Mable .

In May, 1776, administration on his estate was granted to the
widow, Mable Ives ; mention was made of "two eldest daughters,
Mary and Sarah," daughter Lydia, eldest son Dan, and youngest
son Allen.

(3.) Samuel Ives, b. Nov. 6, 1677, d. July 25, 1726, ae. 49, m.
Jan. 3, 1705-6, Ruth Atwater, dau. of Jonathan and Ruth (Peck)
Atwater, b. Dec. 31, 1688, d. May 15, 1758, ae. 69.

1. Mary, b. Dec. 5, 1706, m. Dec. 13, 1725, Caleb Todd, son of Samuel

2d and Susanna (Tuttle) Todd, b. Jan. 2, 1700. Three children.

2. Lydia, b. March 7, 1709, m. May 21, 1726, Stephen Todd, brother of

Caleb, b. Dec. 4, 1702, d. 1772, in Wallingford. Twelve children.



IVES FAMILIES. II

3. Samuel 2d, b. Sept. 16, 171 1, m. June 13, 1744, Mary Gilbert, dau.

of Joseph and Mary (Potter) Gilbert, b. Jan. 15, 1716-17.

i. Samuel 3d, b. Oct. 3, 1745.

ii. Lois, b. Aug. 27, 1747, m. William Day. Great Barrington.
iii. Levi, b. May 24, 1750, d. Oct. 17, 1826. Distinguished as a physician
in New Haven; as was also his son. Dr. Eli Ives.

4. Ruth, b. April 17, 1714.

5. Jonathan, b. Alarch 14, 1716, d. Jan. 12, 1792, m. Feb. 19, 1737-8,

Thankful Cooper, dau. of Joseph and Abigail Cooper, b. April 11,
1721.

i. Jeremiah, b. Nov. 19, 1738, d. 1825, ae. 87, m. June 7, 1768, Hannah
Bassett, dau. of Abraham and Mehitabel (Street) Bassett, b. Dec. 2.(s,
1739, d. Sep. 14, 1803. Four children. West Springfield, Mass.

ii. Ruth, b. July 28, 1740, d. Aug. 20, 1806, ae. 66, m. May 29, 1760,
Timothy Goodyear, son of Andrew and Jane (Gilbert) Goodyear, b. Jan.
I, 173s, d. Jan. I, 1816, ae. 81. Thirteen children.

iii. Mary, b. April 24, 1744, m. Sep. 9, 1765, Seth Todd, b. Feb. 16, 1738,
d. Dec. 3, 1803.

iv. Thankful, b. March 14, 1746-7, d. Aug. 1, 1834, in her 88th year, m.
Dec. 5, 1764, Uri Tuttle, son of Nathaniel 2d and Mary (Todd) Tuttle,
b. Sep. 8, 1738, d. June 18, 1822, ae. 84. Ten children. Bethany,
Conn.

V. Joel, b. May 19, 1749, m. Dec. 2, 1772, Mary Heaton, who d. July 13,
1784, in her 39th year; m. (2) Nov. i, 1785, Sarah Harrison, at
Branford. Two daughters by ist m., Sarah and Esther.

vt. Jonathan 2d, b. March 26, 1751, d. Oct. 21, 1813, ae. 63, m. May i,
1777, Sarah Bassett, dau. of John 3d and Sarah (Heaton) Bassett, who
d. April 7, 1836, ae. 85. They had a son. Leveret, b. April 25, 1778,
d. 179s, and a daughter, Sarah, who m. Allen Dickernian, page 361).
vii. Allen, b. Nov. 13, 1753, m. Rebekah Dickerman, page 464.
viii. Phebe, b. Feb. 8, 1757, m. Jan. 4, 1776, Benjamin Gaylord.

6. Damaris, b. July 6, 1718, d. Nov. 19, 1802, ae. 84, m. April 19, 1739,

Ebenezer Frost 2d, son of Ebenezer and Mary (Tuttle) Frost', b.
Feb. II, 1708, d. about 1757; m. (2) Oct. 20, 1761, Dr. John Hull
of Wallingford for his second wife.

7. John, b. Aug. 22, 1726, m. Sept. 12, 1751, Lois Barnes.

i. Martha, b. Dec. 29, 1753.
ii. Mehitabel, b. Jan. 21, 1754-5.

iii. John, b. Feb. 5, 1757, d. Dec. 10, 1847, ae. 91, m. June 22, 1780,
Esther Tuttle, dau. of Jehiel and Charity (Dayton) Tuttle, b. Sep. 14,
1758, d. Feb. 14, 1836. Removed to Barkhamstead in 1771. Eight
children.
iv. Jesse, b. Aug. 6, 1759.
V. Lucy, b. Oct. 15, 1761.
vi. Lois, b. Sep. 10, 1764.

(4.) Thomas Ives, b. Aug. 22, 1683, d. May 10, 1768, ae. 84,

m. May 4, 171 1, Anne Thompson, dau. of Lieut. John and

Rebecca (Daniel) Thompson, b. March 20, 1683, d. Dec. 12,

1751-

I. Thomas 2d, b. 1713, d. Nov. 17, 1752, m. May 21, 1740, Ann Heaton.



12 SUPPLEMENT,

dau. of Theophilus and Sarah (Earle) Heaton, b. Jan. 20, 1713,
d. June 22, 1795, ae. 82. Great Harrington, Mass.

i. Susannah, b. April 26, 1742, d. Oct. 30, 1793.

ii. Theophilus, b. Aug. 16, 1743, died in infancy.

iii. Thomas, b. Feb. 9, 1744-5, d. Dec. 12, 1751.

iv. Thomas, b. Feb. 2, 1753, d. March 8, 1814, ae. 61, m. March 2, 1786,
Ruth Foster, dau. of Hon. Jedediah Foster of Brookfield, Mass. He
had the military rank of Major General. Seven daughters and five
sons. A son, Thomas Earl Ives, was graduated at Yale College in 1822.

2. Ann, b. April 14, 1717.

3. Rebekah, b. Feb. 14, 1718-19.

4. Mehitabel, b. Sep. 4, 1720.

5. Elizabeth, b. Jan. i, 1722-3, m. Feb. 1745, Ebenezer Todd, son of

James and Lydia (Sherman) Todd, b. Aug. 24, 1722.

(5.) Ebenezer Ives, b. April 6, 1692, d. July 7, 1757, m. Jan. 17,
1714-5, Mary Atwater, dau. of Ebenezer and Abigail (Heaton)
Atwater, b. March 12, 1695, d. Feb. 3, 1772.

1. Lazarus, b. Oct. 19, 1715. (6)

2. Martha, b. May i, 1717, d. July 13, 1770, in Waterbury, m. March

II, 1740, Daniel Potter.

3. James, b. Oct. 19, 17 18, d. May 14, 1804, m. Nov. 20, 1750, Damaris

Atwater, dau. of Daniel and Abigail (Tuttle) Atwater, b. Dec. 30,
1727, d. about 1751-2, m. (2) Nov. 6, 1753, Sarah Tuttle, dau. of
Josiah and Deborah (Barnes) Tuttle, b. March 25, 1723, d. Jan,
21, 1796, ae. T2.

i. James 2d, b. Aug. 11, 1751, d. Aug. 15, 1826, ae. 75, at Great Barrington,
Mass., m. Jan. 15, 1770, Lois Turner, who d. Oct. 31, 1776, in her
29th year, grave in North Haven; m. (2) June 16, 1779, Mary Brockett,
who d. Sep. 7, 1830, ae. 71, at Great Barrington. One daughter of first
marriage, Beda, d. March 14, 1857, m. March 20, 1789, Jared Goodyear.
Children of the second marriage at Great Barrington.
ii. Damaris, b. Dec. 16, 1754, d. Jan. 11, 1839, ae. 84, m. Sep. 21, 1775,

Jesse Dickcrman, page S93-
iii. Eber, b. Dec. 16, 1756, d. Dec. 12, 1830, ae. 74, m. May 4, 1793, Esther

Mowatt, who d. Feb. 11, 1838, ae. 73.
iv. Sarah, twin with Eber, d. April 5, 1790, in her 34th year.
v. Eunice, b. Aug. 18, 1758, d. April 24, 1786.
vi. Mary, b. March 10, 1760, d. Sep. 16, 1842, ae. 82, m. Joel Cooper, who

d. Dec. 10, 1840, ae. 92.
vii. Elam, b. Dec. 16, 1761, page 162.
viii. Jason, b. about 1765, d. Sep. 7, 1794, ae. 29.

4. Miriam, b. Oct. 28, 1722, d. Nov. 11, 1792, m. Feb. 10, 1748, Jacob

Atwater, son of Jonathan 2d, and Abigail (Bradley) Atwater, b.
Jan. 22, 1721, d. Dec. 11, 1799.

5. Abel, b. Feb. 17, 1723-4, d. March 27, 1792, m. March 26, 1753,

Martha Sperry. A son Abel, daughters Martha and Hannah, son
Ira died young.

6. Mary, b. Jan. 26, 1725-6, died young.



IVES FAMILIES. 1 3

7. Ebenezer 2d, b. July 19, 1727, d. 1760, m. May 17, 1753, Mary Atwater.

No children.

8. Abigail, b. Nov. 25, 1728, d. May 12, 1773, unmarried.

9. Noah. b. Dec. 4, 1730, d. Oct. 15, 1800, m. Dec. 23, 1762, Abigail

Pierpont, dau. of Joseph and Hannah (Russell) Pierpont, b. June
6, 1743, d. Feb. 13, 1815, ae. ^2.

i. Esther, b. Aug. 22, 1765, d. Sep. 18, 1805, m. Bethuel Todd. Waterbury.

ii. Miriam, b. Aug. 15, 1768, d. Oct. 1773.

iii. Hannah, b. Aug. 18, 1772, d. Dec. 11, 1838, m. July 16, 1795, Titus

Mansfield 2d, b. 1770, d. Jan. 19, 1829, ae. 59.

iv. Giles, b. April 25, 1774, m. Oct. 9, 1799, Abigail Gilbert, of Waterbury.

V. Noah 2d, b. Sep. 18, 1776.

vi. Miriam, b. Jan. 3, 1779, in. Willard Frost.

vii. Talcott, b. July 24, 1781, d. March 27, 1859, m. Hannah .

viii. Alban, b. Sep. 8, 1788, d. Aug. 28, 1870, North Haven.

10. Eunice, b. May 4, 1732.

11. Lydia, b. Oct. 2, 1733, d. Dec. 15, 1778, m. May 22, 1755, John

Gilbert, son of Daniel and Sarah (Todd) Gilbert, who was killed
by the British in their attack on New Haven, July 5, 1779, in his
48th year. Eight children.

(6.) Lazarus Ives, b. Oct. 19, 1715. d. before Feb., 1762, m.
Dec. 28, 1743, Mabel Punderson, dau. of Thomas and Lydia
(Bradley) Punderson, b. March 19, 1726, d. 1765. Mt. Carmel.

I. Ezra, b. Nov. 6, 1744-5, d- Aug. 19, 1825, ae. 81, m. Mabel Bassett,
dau. of William and Mabel (Goodyear) Bassett, b. Dec. 2, 1746,
d. Oct. 24, 181 8, ae. ^2.

i. Mabel, b. Feb. 9, 1767, d. Aug. 4, 1834, ni. Justus Allen, son of Nathan

2d and Mary (Hitchcock) Allen, b. June 8, 1766, d. June 18, 1808.

Seven children. Colebrook, Conn.

ii. Rhoda, b. Jan. 22, 1770, d. Dec. 27, 1819, ae. 50, m. Joshua Goodyear,

son of Jesse and Hannah (Bradley) Goodyear, b. 1769, d. Nov. 15, 1817.

iii. Betsey, b. j\Iay 26, 1772, d. April 2, i8.s8, ae. 86, m. Dec. 13, 1795,

Lyman Bradley, son of Jason and Mary (Hitchcock) Bradley, d. Sep.

23, 1853. ae. 86.

iv. Jesse, b. June 29, 1774, d. Sep. 21, 1843, ae. 69, m. Mabel Goodyear,

dau. of Jesse and Hannah (Bradley) Goodyear, b. Aug. 27, 1776, d.

July 31, 1822, ae. 46, m. (2) Sukey , who d. July 12, i860, ae.

84. Eight children.
V. Ezra 2d, b. March 18, 1776, d. 1818. Yale College, 1797, INLD.
vi. Lucy, b. Sep. 23, 1778, d. Aug. 22, 1801, ae. 23, m. Dec. 31, 1797, Alvin
Bradley 2d, son of Alvin and Martha (Gilbert) Bradley, b. about 1768,
d. Dec. 7, 1820, ae. 52. He m. (2) Abigail Hall of Wallingford, page
329-
vii. Jared, b. Aug. 19, 1781, d. Nov. 16, 1857, m. Silvia Bradley, b. Nov. i,

1783, d. Aug. 26, 1858.
viii. Russell, b. Jan. 4, 1785, d. Aug. 26, 1855, m. Nov. 10, 1814, Abigail
Dickerman, page 454.

2. Lazarus Ives 2d, b. April 21, 1747, d. May 14, 1832, in Goshen, m.
Oct. 29, 1772, Chloe Beach, dau. of Amos and Sarah (Royce)



14 SUPPLEMENT.

Beach of Wallingford. Children b. at Goshen. Hibbard's Hist,
of Goshen, p. 642.

i. Mabel, b. Aug. 1773, d. 1775.
ii. Esther, b. Oct. 10, 1774, m. Tyrannus Tuttle.

iii. Jesse, b. June 21, 1776, m. Polly Miles, dau. of Samuel Miles; removed
to Homer, N. Y., where he d. Nov. 25, 1857. Four sons and six
daughters,
iv. Mabel, b. July 16, 1778, m. June i, 1801, Thomas Bartholomew. Two

sons and seven daughters.
v. Cephas, b. March 19, 1780, d. May 30, 1864, m. Feb. 14, 1808, Nancy

Clark of Cornwall,
vi. Laura, b. Dec. 7, 1781, d. unmarried.
vii. Rufus, b. Dec. 9, 1783, d. Oct. 18, 1817, unmarried.
viii. Theodore, b. March 19, 1786, m. Amanda Rogers of Cornwall.



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