Frederick Greenwood.

Greenwood genealogies, 1154-1914 : the ancestry and descendants of Thomas Greenwood, of Newton, Massachusetts; Nathaniel and Samuel Greenwood, of Boston, Massachusetts; John Greenwood, of Virginia, and many later arrivals in America, also the early history of the Greenwoods in England, and the arms online

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1886.

5037 Rosamond (Gower) b. in Fowler, Aug. 24, 1888.

5038 Millicent (Gower) b. Sept. 30, 1890.

5039 Sewall (Gower) b. Mar. 20, 1892.
. 5040 Edwin (Gower) b. July 11, 1893.

5041 Gertrude (Gower) b. Oct. 2, 1895.

5042 Cora Maud (Gower) b. Feb. 13, 1897.

5043 Mary (Gower) b. Nov. 25, 1867; m. Nov. 12, 1891,
Arthur Charles Blayney, b. in Lawrence, Kan., July
5, 1869, a farmer in Fowler, Cal. They have:
5044 Lillie Alice (Blayney) b. Aug. 18, 1892.

5045 Rosamond (Gower) b. Mar. 31, J873; residence,

Stockton.

5046 Bouradell (Gower) b. July 1, 1875; residence,

Stockton.
5047 Rosamond Cushman (Gower) b. in Maumee, O., Dec.
15, 1838; d. Jan. 15, 1840.



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5051



5048 Itobcrt AIlKit (Gowcr) b. Feb. 16, 18-1.1 : d. at Gower's
Fcrrv, la., July 1. 1845.

5049 Charles Bearce" b.' Sept. 23, 1805: d. in Guilford, Mc.,

and was buried in Monson beside his father; n. in.

5050 Horace" b. May 30, 1807; d. Jan. 2, 1863; a farmer in

Abbott, iMonson, and Guilford, Mc., and in 1856 in

Paulo Township, 111.; m. , 1832, Cordelia Blake

Gower, b. June 18, 1898, d. in Wymore, Neb., Dec. 30,
1891, sister to Robert [No. 5027]. They had:
-Citoyenne*' b. Feb. 3, 1833: ni. Oct. 16, 1854, James Foss
b. Aug. 15, 1824, d. May 31, 1886, a manufacturer of
lumber in Abbott, Me., twice representative to the
legislature and twice Senator, a Republican and

Baptist, son of Thomas and (Perry) Foss of

Saco, Me. ; she d. . They had :

5052 P:dgar (Foss) b. Oct. 28, 1855; d. July 19, 1859.

5053 Stella Lucille (Foss) b. Jan. 20, 1859; d. Mar. 27,
1879.

5054 Elmer Ellsworth (Foss) b. July 19, 1861: a book-
keeper, moved to California: m. , Mar3f Alice

Sheldon, b. in Lisbon, N. Y., Sept. 23, 1852; no
children.

5055 Stanley Pullen (Foss) b. Feb. 26, 1861 ; d. Sept. 8,
1885.

5056 Delia Cora (Foss) b. Feb. 11, 1869; d. Oct. 5, 1894;
m. T^anders. They had :

5057 Laura Bertha (Landers) b. in St. Paul, Minn., Dec.
12, 1889.
5058 Charles Gower» b. in Guilford, Me., May 24, 1836:
lumber and building material in company with his son,
C. D., in Silver City, Li., later the lumber business was
incorporated as the Greenwood Lumber Co., with C.
G. Greenwood as president; C. D. Greenwood, vice-
president; G. A. Spelbring, secretary, and M. Kehoe,
treasurer ; with yards at Silver City, Emerson, Imo-
gene and Treynor, la. ; is president of the state bank,
president and treasurer of the Squaw Mountain Tun-
nel Gold Mining Co., of Victor, Colo., and president
of the Hermosa Gold Mining Co. of Cripple Creek,
Colo. ; was a member of the 32d general assembh' of
the state legislature of Iowa ; in. in Granville, 111., Jan.
17, 1861, Mary Ai)phia Trask, b. July 1, 1840,
daughter of Ebcn and Mary (Emery) Trask of In-
dustry, Me. The^' have :
5059 Grace'* b. Apr. 16, 1862; m. Jan. 1, 1885, George
Washington Hawley, b. Nov. 11, 1861, a farmer in




Charles G. Greexvv^ood



Sixth Generation 387

Hartington, Neb., son of Curtis David and Harriet
Amelia (Campbell) Hawley of Wilmington, 111.
They had :

5060 Clarence Lester (Hawlev) b. in Silver City, la.,

Oct. 11, 1885.

5061 Edith Irene (Hawley) b. in Silver City, la., Aug.

23, 1888.
5062 Sarepta** b. June 9, 1866; m. June 14, 1894,
Maurice Kehoc, b. in Virginia, Jan. 25, 1868, a
lumber salesman in Silver City, la., and later
treasurer of the Greenwood Lumber Co., at Silver
City, son of Martin and Susan (Courtney) Kehoe
of Warrington, Va. They had:

5063 Grace (Kehoe) b. Apr. 22, 1895.

5064 Horace Dean (Kehoe) b. Oct. 10, 1896.

5065 Charles Davis" b. Dec. 1, 1867; a lumber dealer in
company with his father in Silver City, la., later
in charge of the lumber company's office at Emer-
son, la.; m. in Silver City, la.. Mar. 2, 1898,
Elizabeth, daughter of George and Elizabeth Pull-
man. Thev have :

5066 Charles George^« b. Nov. 27, 1898.

5067 Horace Elmer^" b. Oct. 7, 1902.

5068 Roscoe^" b. Dec. 4, 1904.

5069 Sarah Cordelia" b. Sept. 3, 1871 ; m. Aug. 31, 1893,
George Albert Spelbring, b. Sept. 28, 1864,
superintendent of public schools in Salem, Neb. ;
a cornetist and musical director ; was two years
one of the faculty of Lincoln, Neb., Normal Uni-
versity and 3 years one of the faculty of the
Western Normal College, Shenandoah, la. ; aban-
doned the profession of teaching in 1901 and since
that time has been active in the retail lumber busi-
ness ; is secretary of the Greenwood Lumber Co.,
and manager of one of the company's yards in
Silver City, la. They have :

5070 Paul Spelbring, b. Sept. 21, 1895.

5071 Fern (Spelbring) b. Aug. 27, 1898.

5072 Margaret (Spelbring) b. Oct. 9, 1901.

5073 Genevieve (Spelbring) b. Dec. 5, 1904.

5074 Eva (Spelbring) b. July 23, 1909.

5075 Ada Viola" b. July 24, 1876; m. June 15, 1904, John
Leonard Conger, professor of history at Knox
College, Galesburg, 111., b. July 10, 1876, son of
D. L. and Caroline (Wilkinson) Conger. They
have:



388 Gkkknwooo Gkxf.ai.ogies

5076 James Gcnibcrlintr (Conger) b. May 29, 1907.

5077 Amy Louise (Conger) h. May 28, 1909.

5078 Bouradell*^ b. in Abbott, Me., May 4, 1838; m. first,
in Metaniora, 111., Oct. 26, 1860, Hiram H. Weld,

b. , 1842, a lawyer, before he settled in business,

enlisted in the war against the Rebellion in the 8th
Illinois cavalry, Oct. 5, 1861 ; d. in Alexandria, Va.,
Jan. 25, 1862, son of Hiram and Bouradell (Green-
wood) Weld of Parkman, iMe. ; second, in Abbott, Me.,
May 9, 1864, Moses Buck, b. in Sumner, Me., Nov.
24, 1821, a lumberman, owned a sawmill in S1;ill-
water, Me., that was burnt in November of 1866;
moved to Saginaw, Mich., lumbering in company
with others, lost everything and in the spring of
1867 moved to Cheboygan, Mich., as a farmer. In
1896 he moved to Hopkins Park, 111., for better
school privileges for their children. They had:

5079 Ainslie (Buck) b. in Stillwater, Me., May 10, 1865;

left home at the age of 17 and his whereabouts
not known.

5080 Edwin Hiram (Buck) b. in Stillwater, Nov. 6, 1867;

a farmer in Cheboygan, Mich.; m. Oct. 17, 1894,
Georgiana Jensen ; residence, Aloha, Mich., P. O.
Box 33.

5081 Horace Davis (Buck) b. in Cheboygan, Mar. 20,

1869; a watchmaker, later superintendent of a

knitting factory in Fort Plain, N. Y. ; m. ,

Elizabeth Hannah Wilson, b. in Detroit, Mich.,
in 1872. They had:

5082 Ainslie (Buck) b. in Ypsilanti, Mich., , 1892;

residence, 169 Irving Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y.

5083 Lucy (Buck) b. in Cheboygan, July 20, 1872; m.

July 18, 1896, Collin Cameron, b. in Cheboygan.

5084 Mabef (Buck) b. in Cheboygan, Dec. 20, 1873; m.

in Chicago, 111., Dec. 24, 1891, Dr. Henri Bab-
cock; residence (1910) Danville, 111. They had:

5085 May (Babcock) b. Dec. 8, 1893.

5086 Joseph (Babcock) b. June 10, 1896.

5087 Charles Greenwood (Buck) b. in Cheboygan, Feb.

20, 1875 ; a printer ; address, 6406 Jackson Park
Ave., Chicago, 111.

5088 Samuel Hersey (Buck) b. in Cheboygan, May 6,

1878; residence (1910) Chicago, ifl., 2307 Dear-
born Street.

5089 May Aphia (Buck) b. in Cheboygan, July 28, 1879;

a good singer, has sweet voice.



Sixth Generation 389

5090 Horace Alexander* b. in Abbott, Mc., Feb. 24, 1840;

in the lumber and cattle business, and was president
of the National Bank in Wymore, Neb. ; m. Feb. 9,
1870, Mary Anna Cavanaugh, b. in Ballas, Ireland,
May 5, 1846, daughter of Dennis and Anna (Whe-
lan) Cavanaugh. He d. Oct. 18, 1908. They have:
5090a Cordelia Anna^ b. in Cheboygan, Mich., Oct. 24,

1872; m. Adam McMullen of Adam McMullen

Lumber Co. ; residence, Wymore, Neb.
50906 Iva BorradelP b. in Chadsworth, 111., Oct. 3, 1874 ; m.

May 22, 1895, Bridenthal; residence in

Wymore.

5091 Charles Davis* b. in Abbott, Me., Jan. 6, 1848; d. in

Tonica, 111., Nov. 4, 1864.
5092 Bouradeir b. Mar. 1, 1890; d. Sept. 2, 1875; a most
estimable Christian lady "of remarkably lovable home
qualities"; m. Nov. 20, 1831, James Henrv Gower, b.
Oct. 22, 1806; d. Nov. 13, 1879; brother^ to Robert,
[No. 5027], a merchant in Abbott, Me., moved to
Iowa City, la. and became a large dealer in real estate
from 1845 to 1877, when he moved to Lawrence, Kan.
and owned the Douglas County flouring mills. He was
a man of influence, splendid business capacity, promi-
nent in state and local aff*airs, member of the Consti-
tutional Convention of Iowa which brought the terri-
tory into the Union as a state, and trustee of the state
university. They had :

5093 Charles Henry (Gower) b. in Abbott, Me., Nov. 23,

1832 ; graduated from Knox College, Galesburg, 111.,
in 1851, and d. in St. Louis, Ky., while taking a post
graduate course, Dec. 22, 1851.

5094 James Otis (Gower) b. in Abbott about 1832; studied

in Knox College, 1848-9, but did not graduate;
enlisted at Iowa City in the war against the Rebel-
lion, May 6, 1861, in the 1st Iowa cavalry, as cap-
tain of Company F., advanced to major Sept. 1,
1861 ; to colonel,"^ Aug. 26, 1862, and breveted briga-
dier general; discharged Aug. 20, 1863; d. Sept. 12,
1866, in Iowa City; n. m.

5095 Helen (Gower) b. in Abbott.

5096 John Holmes (Gower) b. in Abbott, Aug. 19, 1837;

d. Mar. 31, 1878; entered the freshman class in
Knox College in 1856, but did not graduate; was a
miller in company with his father in Lawrence, Kan. ;
m. Jan. 12, 1876, Theresa Ryan, b. in Enniscorthy



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Greenwood Genealogies



County, Wexford, Irehind, Oct. 12, 1848, a Catholic
and is residing in Washington, D. C. to educate her
cliihlri'n tluTc. Thev had:

5097 Henry Ryan (Gower) h. Dec. 15, 1876; ^^raduated

from Georgetown University in 1898, intending to
study law for a profession.

5098 Mary Bouradell (Gower) b. May 18, 1878, in Visi-

tation Convent, Washington, D. C.

5099 Robert Horace (Gower).

5100 Thomas Greenwood (Gower).

5101 Robert Horace (Gower) b. Mar. 25, 1844; a farmer

9 miles north of Indianapolis, Ind., where he went in
1880.

5102 Frances Greenwood (Gower).

5103 Mary Cordelia (Gower) b. Dec. 26, 1845; m. Sept.

5, 1866, Justin DeWitt Bowersock, b. in Columbiana,
O., Sept. 19, 1842, a banker and proprietor of the
Bowersock Milling Co., the Douglas County mills,
formerly owned by his wife's father, in Lawrence,
Kan., has been mayor of the city two terms, rep-
resentative to the legislature in 1877, state senator
in 1896. They had:

5104 Fred Holmes (Bowersock), twin, b. Nov. 8, 1871;

graduated from Kansas State University in 1888,
and from the Northwestern University Law School,
Chicago, in 1897.

5105 Justin DeWitt (Bowersock), twin, b. Nov. 8, 1871;

graduated from Kansas University, B. S., in 1891 ;
from Harvard, A. B., 1892, and from Howard Law
School, L.L. B., 1896; in commissioner of lands
office, Kansas City, Mo.

5106 Hortense (Bowersock) b. Nov. 1, 1874.

5107 Mary Gower (Bowersock) b. Jan. 5, 1878.

5108 Jean Otis (Bowersock) b. Jan. 25, 1881.

5109 Hebe Frances (Gower) b. Nov. 23, 1849; m. May 12,
1870, Henry Massie Rector, b. Jan. 8, 1847, grad-
uated from Missouri Medical College, St. Louis, in
1874, a physician at Hot Springs, Ark., son of the
celebrated war governor Henry Massie Rector of
near College Hill, Ky. They had :

5110 William Gower (Rector) b. May 15, 1871; d. June

28, 1883.

5111 Grace Greenwood (Rector) b. Feb. 12, 1873.

5112 Henry Massie (Rector) b. Jan. 8, 1875.

5113 Ernestine (Rector) b. Dec. 13, 1876.

5114 Hebe Gower (Rector) b. Mar. 29, 1882.



Sixth Genkration 391

5115 Charles Henry (Gower) b. , 1852; attended the

Moravian school in Nazareth, Pa., and graduated
from the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor, was
a lieutenant in the Kentucky military institute, went
to New Mexico in 1877, engaged in the cattle busi-
ness and other enterprises; the last heard from him
was in 1878, and it is supposed that he was mur-
dered ; n. m.
5116 Mary Ann' b. in Hebron, Me., Apr. 16, 1811; d. May
6, 1893; m. Aug. 1, 1836, Aretas Haskell, b. Mar. — ,
1811, a farmer in Greenville, and later in Readfield, Me.
After the death of their son-in-law, they moved with
their widowed daughter to a small farm in North Vine-
land, N. J., where they enjoyed the filial affection and
loving care of their daughter, whose death was an ir-
reparable loss to her mother. After his wife died,
being left entirely alone, he went to the Chapin Home
in New York City, Feb. 22, 1894, which he found
very congenial in his loneliness, and d. July 27, 1895.
He was son of Nathaniel and Sarah (Stevens) Haskell,
of Westbrook, Me. The whole family were Universa-
lists and Republicans. They had one child:
5117 Helen Rosamond (Haskell)^ b. May 1, 1837; d. Sept.

15, 1885; m. , 1858, Charles Haskell (an own

cousin to his wife's father) a farmer in Readfield,
Me., both beautiful singers and pianists. He enlis-
ted in 1862 in the war against the Rebellion as a pri-
vate in the 3d Maine regiment ; rose to second
lieutenant, wounded in the first battle he was in,
in Virginia, and d. before his father-in-law could
reach him. They had one child who d. in infancy
and the widow went to New Jersey with her parents.
5118-f-Otis^ b. Oct. 14, 1813; m. Almeda Jackson.

3984 JOHN GREENWOOD" (John^ John^ Thomas^,
John^, Thomas^) brother of the preceding and son of John and
Lucy (Whittemore) Greenwood of Newton, Mass., and later of
Hebron, Me., the first child b. in Shepardsfield, now Hebron,

Oct. 24, ]780; m. first, , Marsena Shaw, b. in Paris, Me.,

Jan. 21, 1781, d. May 6, 1833; daughter of Jairus and Betsey
(Pratt) Shaw; second, intentions Jan. 24, 1835, Mrs. Sarah
Wittemore, d. Mar. 17, 1878, daughter of Giles Merrill. Mr.
Greenwood was a farmer in Hebron, Me., a prominent man of
afFairs, town treasurer, representative to the legislature in 1835;
d. Aug. 25, 1844.



392 Grkkxwooi) Gkxkalogies

Children:
5119 Eliza' b. Jan. 14, 1801: d. Nov. 18, 1891; ni. Jan. 1,
1821, Snnuu'l Stearns, b. Oct. 26, 1797, d. Oct. 19, 1850,
a fanner in Paris, and later in Minot, Me., son of
William and Mary (Stearns) Stearns of Paris. They
had:

5120 Eliza Jane (Stearns) b. Feb. 18, 1823; m. Mar. 31,

1844!, Lorenzo Bridgham, b. Nov. 25, 1817, a far-
mer. Democrat and Universalist in Auburn, Me., d.
June 21, 1885, son of John and Elizabeth (Green-
wood) Bridgham of Minot, Me. For ciiildren see
[No. 4117].

5121 Samuel (Stearns) b. Sept. 26, 1822; a farmer in Minot;

d. Jan 13, 1888; n. m.

5122 Mary Augusta (Stearns) 'b. Nov. 20, 1844: d. in

Minot, Mar. 5, 1886 ; n. m.

5123 Helen Marsena (Stearns) b. in Minot, Sept. 20, 1836;

d. Apr. 3, 1842.
5124 Miranda" b. Dec. 9, 1802; d. Jan. 29, 1846; m. July 4,
1820, Cyrus Bridgham, b. Sept. 24, 1795, d. May 11,
1863. He m. second, Jan. 8, 1852, Mrs. Caroline
(Bridgham) Crocker of Buckfield, d. Dec. 1, 1897, a
staunch Universalist, who m. first, Luther Crocker. She
was a daughter of William Bridgham of Buckfield, Me.,
b. in Plympton, Mass., Nov. 24, 1777, d. Nov. 13,
1861, and Hannah Bradbury, b. in New Gloucester,
Me., in 1779, d. Nov. 27, 1859. He was a farmer and
miller in West Minot, Me., a Universalist, son of John
and Sibilla (Shaw) Bridgham of West Minot. He had:
5125 Jairus Greenwood (Bridgham) b. Aug. 19, 1822; a
merchant and Congregationalist at Mechanic Falls,
Me.; d. Apr. 7, 1855; m. Apr. 26, 1854, Elizabeth
Valentine, b. in South Paris, Me., Mar. 23, 1827,
widow moved to Woburn, Mass., Oct., 1868. They
had one child :
5126 Jairus Greenwood (Bridgham) b. A[)r. 21, 1855;
graduated from Harvard Medical School in 1876,
and was house physician in the city hospital, Bos-
ton, Mass, d. Dec. 8, 1876.

5127 Elizabeth (Bridgham) b. Oct. 26, 1823; d. May 13,

1850; n. m.

5128 George (Bridgham) b. July 1, 1826; d. Nov. 24, 1895;

a farmer and Congregationalist in Minot ; m. Nov. 7,
1856, Eunice Maria Curtis. They had:
5129 Charles Curtis (Bridgham) b. Oct. 14, 1857; d.
Sept. 4, 1864.



Sixth Generation 393

5130 George Willard (Bridgham) b. Mar. 3, I860; d.

Sept. 3, 1864.

5131 Alaranda Greenwood (Bridgham) b. Mar. 3, 1862;

d. Sept. 30, 1864.

5132 Ina Eveline (Bridgham) b. Dec. 19, 1863; a teacher,

later a professional nurse in Minot ; n. m.

5133 George Forrest (Bridgham) b. Mar. 25, 1866; a

farmer in Minot; m. Mar. 6, 1891, Mira King
Verrill, b. in Minot, May 16, 1861. They had:

5134 Marion Frances (Bridgham) b. July 10, 1893.

5135 Donald Greenwood (Bridgham) b. May 14, 1895.

5136 Harry Howard (Bridgham) b. July 23, 1868; a

machinist in Worcester, Mass.; m. Dec. 21, 1897,
Katherine McCoy.

5137 Elmer Gerrish (Bridgham) b. May 18, 1871 ; grad-

uated from Middlebury College, Vt., 1897; profes-
sor of mathematics and sciences in Pulaski, N. Y.,
High School and Academ3^

5138 Oscar William (Bridgham) b. Nov. 5, 1874; a

farmer in Minot; n. m.

5139 Mira Alice (Bridgham) b. Mar. 25, 1878; in high

school in Middlebury, Vt.
5140 Cyrus Henry (Bridgham) b. Mar. 22, 1833; a farmer
in West Minot; m. Jan. 4, 1854, Emily Stetson
Crocker, b. in Buckfield, Me., Mar. 13, 1833, d. Jan.
25, 1875, daughter of [No. 5124]. They had:

5141 Elizabeth (Bridgham) b. Apr. 12, 1855; n. m.

5142 Luther Crocker (Bridgham) b. Aug. 6, 1856; grad-

uated from Hebron Academy in 1877 ; from Colby
in 1888; a school teacher and superintendent of
schools in West Minot; m. June 28, 1897, Alice
Elizabeth Grey, b. in South Boston, Apr. 19,
1873, d. Oct. 2, 1897.

5143 Emma Rosalind (Bridgham) b. Jan. 9, 1858; a

nurse in West Minot.

5144 Anna Caroline (Bridgham) b. Jan. 18, I860; d. Nov.

18, 1883.

5145 Charles Henry (Bridgham) b. Sept. 7, 1863; a

painter in Auburn, Me.; m. May 23, 1888, Laura
DufF Woodbury Woodman Perkins, b. May 30,
1867, [No. 5156]. They had:
5146 Zela May (Bridgham) b. Sept. 26, 1889.
5147 Mary Cleveland (Bridgham) b. Nov. 6, 1866; m.
Sept. 17, 1889, Charles Amos Upham, b. in Athol,
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394 Greenwood Genealogies

Mass., son of Amos Asa and Mary .Jane (Parker)
Uphain. They liad :

5148 Susie May (Uphani) b. Nov. 22, 1890.

5149 Warren Henry Amos (Upham) b. Dec. 30, 1892.

5150 Arnold Laurin (Upham) b. Sept. 29, 1894; d.

Mar. 6, 1897.

5151 Myrtie Belle (Brid^ham) b. Sept. 25, 1868.

5152 William Augustus (Bridgham) b. Dec. 13, 1870; a

store clerk in West Minot.
5153 Atasa^ b. Mar. 5, 1805; d. Aug. 4, 1851; m. as his sec-
ond wife, Dec. 28, 1836, William Lowell,* b. Oct. 30,
1803, d. Sept. 5, 1889, a merchant in West Minot, a
staunch Whig, with strong temperance and freesoil prin-
ciples and became one of the leaders of the Republi-
can Party ; was representative to the legislature in
1838 and 1841 ; in State Senate, 1853 and 1854; an in-
fluential member of the Congregational church, son of
William and Margery (Irish) Lowell of Buckfield,
Me. She had:
5154 Caroline Howard (Lowell) b. July 21, 1838; m. Oct.
7, I860, George Bailey Perkins, b. Feb. 27, 1834,
a farmer in Hebron, postoffice West Minot, Me.,
son of Elias and Polly (Davis) Perkins of Hebron.
They Iliad:

5155 Atasa Greenwood (Perkins) b. Apr. 28, 1863; d.

Sept. 24, 1873.

5156 Laura Duff Woodbury Woodman (Perkins) b. May

30, 1867; m. Charles Henry Bridgham [No.
5145].

5157 Charles Lowell (Perkins) b. Nov. 24, 1868, a

farmer at home ; d. Oct. 1898.

5158 Elmer Forest (Perkins) b. Feb. 6, 1871; a farmer

at home.

5159 William Preston (Lowell) b. Oct. 15, 1839; d. Apr.

29, 1842.

5160 Winchester Greenwood (Lowell) b. Feb. 1, 1843; a

*He m. first, Mar. 7, 1826, Almira Dunham of West Minot, who d. Mar. 7,
1833; he m. third, Apr. 3, 1853, Hannah Shaw Atwood, b. Oct. 24, 1824,
daughter of Stephen and Olive (Bridgham) Atwood. He had by first marriage,
Henry, Julia and Jane, and by third marriage, Stephen Arthur (Lowell) b.
Jan. 1, 1859, graduated from Bates College, Lewiston, Me., 1883, admitted to
the bar in Auburn, Me., 1885, moved 1891 to Pendleton, Ore., practicing law,
editing a Republican paper, and was appointed judge of the circuit court,
1895, and June 1896, elected to same position; m. in Minot, Me., June 4, 1884,
Mary Klla Purington, b. Nov. 27, 1858, daughter of Klisha and Sarah (Wil-
liamson) Purington of Embden, Me., and had William Klisha (Lowell), b.
in Auburn, June 29, 1888, Margaret (Lowell), b. in Clinton, Wis., while her
mother was visiting a sister there, July 6, 1892.



Sixth Generation 395

grocer, provision dealer and postmaster in Auburn,
Me. ; has been alderman and mayor ; m. Dec. 6,
1869, Ann Sylvinia Atwood, b. Feb. 4, 1845; daugh-
ter of Luther Bridgham and Eliza Ann (Bearce)
Atwood of aVest Minot. They had, b. in West
Minot :

5161 Ethel (Lowell) b. Jan. 15; d. Jan. 20, 1872.

5162 Eliza Ann (Lowell) b. Apr. 13, 1873.

5163 Hannah (Lowell) b. in Auburn, Nov. 11, 1874.

5164 Florence Winchester (Lowell) b. Jan. 23, 1878.

5165 Julia Long (Lowell) b. June 27, 1880.

5166 Persis (Lowell) b. June 24, 1844; d. Sept. 8, 1845.

5167 John" b. Jan. 14, 1807 ; d. Dec. 11, 1890 ; a farmer on the

homestead, Hebron, Me. ; m. first, Dec. 30, 1838, Celia

Ann Atkinson,* b. Mar. 25, 1812, d. Oct. 13, 1861;

second, Dec. 24, 1863, Mrs. Sarah Abigail (Atkinson)

Faunce,* b. Feb. 18, 1823, d. Mar. 17, 1878. He had:

5168 Adelbert^ b. June 17, 1839; an electrician in Newton-

ville, Mass. ; m. in West Anicsbury, ]Mass., Feb. 8,

1865, Francette Amelia Bradbury, b. Sept. 3, 1837,

d. at Paris Hill, Me. Oct. 28, 1897, daughter of

Enos and Lucy (Atkinson) Bradbury of West Minot,

Me. They had:

5169 Alice Gertrude^ b. in Lynn, Mass., Mar. 1, 1867; d.

in Ncwtonville, June 1, 1888.

5170 Edward Adelbert^ b. Nov. 24, 1869; a salesman in

Lynn, Mass.
5171 Rudolph® b. May 31, 1843; a farmer on the homestead
in Hebron; enlisted Sept. 10, 1862, in the 23d Maine
Regiment stationed at Harper's Ferry ; discharged
July 15, 1863, d. Sept. 20, 1880; m. Nov. 2, 1869,
Addie Bancroft, b. May 20, 1849, d. Apr. 21, 1895,

daughter of and Maria ( ) Bancroft, of

Nova Scotia. They had :

5172 John Herbert'-* b. Mar. 22, 1872; a farmer on the

homestead. Greenwood Hill, Hebron, Me. ; d. .

5173 Irving Mountford'* b. Jan. 9, 1874; a farmer in

West Minot, Me.; m. Oct. 17, 1896, Bertha May
Severy, b. Oct. 17, 1873, daughter of Onslow Ver-
lant and Mary Ann (Lothrop) Severy, of Turner,
Me.



*Sisters, daughters of Major John and Lucy (Chipman) Atkinson of
Minot, Me. Sarah Abigail m, first, Benjamin Franklin Faunce of Minot, who
d. June 13, 1856, aged 32 years, 7 months, son of Benjamin Faunce of Hebron.
She had by this marriage, Frank (Faunce) of Norway, Me., and Lucy Ann
(Faunce) m. Frank A. Millett of Mechanic Falls, Me.



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5174 Adelaide Edith" b. Feb. 26, 1875; a teacher in West

Minot, Me. ; n. m.

5175 Blaiulie Lucelia" b. June 21, 1876 ; m. June 21, 1897,

\'inton Onslow Severy, b. Apr. 3, 1869; a carpen-
ter in Portland, Me., son of Onslow Verlant and
Mar}' Ann (Lothrop) Severy, of Turner, Me.
5176 John Atkinson^ b. Aug. 19, 1845; a note, loan and
mortgage broker in Lynn, Mass.; ni. Feb. 5, 1872,
Mary Jeannette Thayer, b. May 8, 1852, daughter
of William Eustis and Mary Amarettc (Brewster)
Thayer of Manchester, N. H. They have one
daughter :
5177 Grace" b. Mar. 15, 1876; graduated from Smith
College, 1897; m. Jan. 1, 1901, Cleveland E.
Watrons, electrical engineer, b. Aug. 25, 1874, son
of J. Elmer and Susanna (Eastman) Watrons, of
Chester, Conn. ; residence. East Orange, N. J.
They have :

5178 Circly (Watrons) b. Nov. 13, 1904.

5179 Jeannette (Watrons) b. Jan. 12, 1908.

5180 Marcena Lucy^ b. May 14, 1849; m. Feb. 11, 1869,
Albion Gerrish Parsons, b. June 19, 1845, a miller
in Auburn, Me., son of Joshua and Sabilla (Bridg-
ham) Parsons of West Minot. They had:

5181 George Francis (Parsons) b. in Norway, Me., Nov.

27, 1875.

5182 Herman Kane (Parsons) b. in West Concord, Vt.,

Mar. 26, 1877.

5183 Louise Atkinson (Parsons) b. in West Concord, Vt.,

Sept. 23, 1882.

5184 Amy Greenwood (Parsons) b. in West Concord, Vt.,

Nov. 17, 1884; d. Aug. 23, 1885.

5185 Koby Marion (Parsons) b. in West Concord, Vt.,

Oct. 3, 1888.
5186 Francelia Atkinson*^ b. Feb. 23. 1850; m. Nov. 9, 1873,
Thomas Bogue, b. Mar. 17, 1850, a hotel manager in
Lynn, Mass., son of Dunn and Honora (Conolly)
Bogue, of St. George, N. B. They had:
5187 Arthur Clyde (Bogue) b. Nov. 11, 1874; graduated
from the Boston University Law School, 1898.
5188 Marsena Shaw' b. Nov. 28, 1808; d. May 1, 1888; m.
Feb. 9, 1840, Nathaniel Cushman, b. Nov. — , 1806, d.
Aug. 6, 1878, at Mechanic Falls; a carpenter in West
Minot, son of Nathaniel and Lucy (Murdock) Cush-
man of Hebron. They had.



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5189 Harriet Ellen (Cushman) b. , 1842; graduated

from Mt. Holyoke Seminary, 1864; d. at Mechanic