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whom hereafter. He built a house near the old homestead, and lived there
several years, but worked in the city in a brass-foundry. He subsequently
sold and moved to North Andover, Mass., where he now resides.

Betsey Ridlon 5 (9), youngest daughter of William 4 (3), was born in
Saco, Me., and died there, Dec. 5, 1825.



Sabra Ridlon 5 (2), eldest daughter of Nathaniel 4 (3), was born in
Saco, Me., April 15, 1827.

Luther Ridlon 5 (1), eldest son of Nathaniel 4 (3), was born in Saco,
Me., Dec. 17, 1829.

Harriet Ridlon 5 (5), second daughter of Nathaniel 4 (3), was born in
Saco, Me., Nov. 17, 1831.

Samuel Ridlon 5 (10), second son of Nathaniel 4 (3), was born in Saco,
Me., June 11, 1836; married Sept. 29, 1860, to Lucy Kendrick, and lived
in Saco. He had issue three children, of whom hereafter. His wife died
Sept. 18, 1863. Mr. Ridlon was drowned in Saco River, subsequent to
1864. He was an Odd Fellow, and his Lodge provided for his daughter,
who survived her parents. Samuel was about medium height, thick-set,
and resembled his father. He formerly worked as a shoe-maker in the
city.

Mary Ridlon 5 (23), third daughter of Nathaniel 4 (3), was born in Saco,
Me., Dec. 21, 1837, and died unmarried.

Mark Ridlon 5 (2), third son of Nathaniel 4 (3), was born in Saco, Me.,
Sept. 6, 1839, and died Sept. 9, 1864.

Henry Ridlon 5 (4), fourth son of Nathaniel 4 (3), was born in Saco,
Me., in 1841; married Charlotte Abbott, Oct. 5, 1862, and died in 1880,
leaving a son, of whom hereafter. He served in the Twenty-seventh
Regiment of Maine Infantry. He was of medium height and build, and
had sandy hair and beard. He was a Second Adventist in religious faith.

Charles Ridlon 5 (3), fifth son of Nathaniel 4 (3), was born in Saco,
Me., in 1845; served in the Union army during the Rebellion, in Com-
pany D, Seventh Regiment Infantry, and was killed in battle in the year
1864. A noble soldier.



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Nathaniel Ridlon 5 (5), sixth son of Nathaniel 4 (3), was horn in Saco,
Me., in 1845; served in the Seventh Maine Infantry, in the Union array,
during the Rebellion, and died in a Rebel prison.

Susan Ridlon 5 (6), fourth daughter of Nathaniel 4 (3), was born in
Saco, Me. No other information.

Frank Ridlon 5 (1), seventh son of Nathaniel 4 (3), was born in Saco,

Me.; married Edgecomb, and is now (1881) living on his father's

homestead farm, on the "Ferry Road." Blacksmith; is tall, and has dark
hair and complexion. Very eccentric.

Laura Ridlon 5 (1), fifth daughter of Nathaniel 4 (3), was born in Saco,
Me., and was married to Alonzo Ridlon (son of Lewis, son of Edmund),
Dec. 24, 1874. Resides at Saco.



Olive Ridlon 5 (5), eldest daughter of Edmund 4 (1), was born in Saco,
Me., Aug. 22, 1821 ; was married to Jesse M. March, Aug. 11, 1839, and
lives at Kennebunkport, Me.

Lewis Ridlon 5 (3), eldest son of Edmund 4 (1), was born in Saco, Me.,
June 22, 1823 ; married Susan Webster, July 24, 1848, and had issue five
children, of whom hereafter. Mr. Ridlon is a blacksmith by trade. Re-
sided in Biddeford. Has dark hair and beard; of medium height.

Lncinda-W. Ridlon 5 (3), second daughter of Edmund 4 (1), was born
in Saco, Me., Dec. 22, 1824; was married to Joseph Wilber, Nov. 29, 1849,
and has issue. Resides at Saco Ferry, near the homestead of her father.
She is a Ridlon in every respect.

Jeremiah Ridlon 5 (5), second son of Edmund 4 (1), was born in Saco,
Me., Oct. 21, 1826; married Emma Larey, Aug. 8, 1848, and has one
<laughter. Mr. Ridlon is a blacksmith, employed by the Saco Water-
power Company. Resides on the " Ferry Road " near his father's home-
stead. Tall and raw-boned.

Edmund Ridlon 5 (3), third son of Edmund 4 (1), was born in Saco,
Me., Feb. 14, 1828; married Mary M. Hutchins, Nov. 12, 1848, and has
txoo children, of whom hereafter. He is a steam-engineer. Resides at
Kennebunkport.

JameS-W. Ridlon 5 (11), fourth son of Edmund 4 (1), was born in Saco,
Me., Dec. 10, 1829; married Susan B. Hutchins, March 10, 1849, and has
issue five children, of whom hereafter. Engineer by profession. Resides
at Kennebunkport, Me.

Hannah-E. Ridlon 5 (8), third daughter of Edmund 4 (1), was born in
Saco, Me., March 19, 1831, and died Sept. 20, 1832.

Hannah-E. Ridlon 5 (9), fourth daughter of Edmund 4 (1), was born
in Saco, Me., May 18, 1833; was married to Josiah H. Murphy, March 27,
1851, and has issue. Resides at Kennebunkport.

Rllth-J. Ridlon 5 (6), fifth daughter of Edmund 4 (1), was born in
Saco, Me., March 15, 1835; was married to John E. Seavy, July 1, 1854,
and has issue. Resides at Kennebunkport.

Abraham Ridlon 9 (8), fifth son of Edmund 4 (1), was born in Saco,
Me., June 21, 1837; married Jemima Rage, Oct. 2, 1859, and lives at
Saco, on the "Ferry Road," so called. He is of medium height and size,
and has light hair and beard.

Mary-F. Ridlon 5 (24), sixth daughter of Edmund 4 (1), was born in
Saco, Me., Oct. 17, 1839; was married to David Wagner, April 12, 1862,
and lives at Kennebunkport.

Meliuda-M. Ridlon 5 (1), seventh daughter of Edmund 4 (1), was born



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in Saco, March 11, 1842; was married July 30, 1860 to James Huntress,
blacksmith, of Saco, and has issue.



Caroline Ridlon 5 (2), eldest daughter of Henry 4 (2), was born in
Saco, Me., Jan. 15, 1827, and died when an infant.

Caroline Ridlon 5 (3), second daughter of Henry 4 (2), was born in
Saco, Me., Sept. 24, 1828.

John Ridlon 5 (21), eldest son of Henry 4 (2), was born in Saco, Me.,
July 11, 1830. Resides in a house alone in Saco. An incorrigible old
bachelor, and one of the most eccentric, odd characters known in the
family. He moves about town moderately, and seldom speaks to any one.
He is a type of the old-stamp of Ridlons; has sandy hair and beard, light
eyes, and regular, but coarse features. Medium height; shoulders broad.
Served in the Twenty-seventh Regiment, Maine Volunteer Infantry, dur-
ing the Southern Rebellion.

Eunice Ridlon 5 (5), third daughter of Henry 4 (2), was born in Saco,
Me., Sept. 7, 1832. Deceased.

Nancy Ridlon 5 (4), fourth daughter of Henry 4 (2), was born in Saco,
Me., in 1834; was married to John Gordon, May 15, 1860, and probably
deceased soon after, as he married her cousin two years subsequently.

Daniel-N. Ridlon 5 (9), second son of Henry 4 (2) by his second wife,
was born in Saco, Me., Dec. 10, 1845; married in 1881, and resides in his
native town.

Martlia-E. Ridlon 5 (9), fifth daughter of Henry 4 (2), was born in
Saco, Me., Nov. 3, 1850; was married to Andrew A. Strom, Feb. 8, 1876,
and resides in Dayton.

Sarah-L. Ridlon 5 (12), sixth daughter of Henry 4 (2), was born in
Saco, Me., Sept. 3, 1854; was married to Charles E. Bachelder, Nov.
26, 1874, and resides in Saco.

Marianna Ridlon 5 (1), seventh daughter of Henry 4 (2), was born in
Saco, Me., May 27, 1858, and died in October, 1858.



Mary-E. Ridlon 5 (25), eldest daughter of Magnus 4 (7), was born in
Saco, Me., Sept. 22, 1840; was married to John H. Gordon, Dec. 23, 1862;
secondly, to Frederick Sweetser, of Saco.

Olive Ridlon 5 (5), second daughter of Magnus 4 (7), was born in Saco,
Me., and was married to Winfield Dennet, of Saco, July 23, 1864. Mr.
Dennet is a civil engineer.

Melville-MagllUS Ridlon 5 (1), only son of Magnus 4 (7), was born in
Saco, Me., married Nancy-Jane, daughter of Uran and Mary (Dearborn)
Earle, of Waterborough, Dec. 24, 1868 (she was born April 8, 1851), and
has had issue six children, of whom hereafter. He worked many years
as a dyer on the York Corporation in Saco, but his health being poor has
opened a market on the street. Member of the Methodist Church. Small
man ; hair and eyes brown. Highly respected as a citizen. He was the only
one of his generation Christian-named Magnus, until the author of this
book prevailed upon several to name children for our ancestor.

Elmira Ridlon 5 (3), third daughter of Magnus 4 (7), was born in
Saco, Me. Unmarried in 1880.



Frank Ridlon 5 (2), only son of Noah 4 (1), was born Feb. 28, 1838
(probably in Abington, Mass.) ; married Marietta, daughter of Samuel
Page, of Boston, Oct. 31, 1860, and has issue. Mr. Ridlon was at one



688 REDLONS OF BUXTON, MAINE.

time agent for a company in Washington, D. C, but at last account was
connected with telephonic operations, and located in Boston. He is
a large, corpulent man. Complexion light. Business capacity good. In-
herits the peculiar traits of the family.



James-Henry Ridlon 5 (12), eldest son of Alexander 4 (1), was born
Jan. 20, 1854, presumably in Illinois ; married Ellen, daughter of Isaac
Rodgers, and has issue, of whom hereafter. Resides in Middleton, Kan.
Farmer. Member of the Moravian Church. Resembles his father.

Albert-Aquila Ridlon 5 (2), second sono f Alexander 4 (1), was born
March 29, 1855, and lives at Middleton, Kan. Farmer. A member of
the Moravian Church. Unmarried in 1876.

Martha-Jane Ridlon 5 (10), eldest daughter of Alexander 4 (1), was
born March 22, 1857 ; was married to George Hibbard, and lives near
Middleton, Kan. Her uncle Peter thinks she was married to — Stout.



James-Frederick Ridlon 5 (13), eldest son of Peter 4 (1), was born
in Saco, Me., March, 1835 ; married Rachel (Sutton) Easdale, widow,
and has issue three children, of whom hereafter. He graduated at Bloom-
ington University, III, in 1862; representative in legislature of Kansas,
in 1870. Teaches school in winter, and runs a farm in summer.

Martha-Auglista Ridlon 5 (11), eldest daughter of Peter 4 (1), was born
in Saco, Me., June 16, 1836. Dress-maker in Chicago. Unmarried.

Al)igail-W. Ridloil 5 (4), second daughter of Peter 4 (1), was born in
Saco, Me., Aug. 30, 1837 [in a letter dated Dec. 28, 1882, her father
gives her birth "Septem. 12, 1837 " ; both dates were from the same au-
thority] ; was married to Isaac D. Webster, in New Brunswick, — where
she went to teach school, — and is now (1882) living at Mecosta, Mecosta
County, Michigan. Has issue.

Chester-Oliver Ridlon 5 (1), second son of Peter 4 (1), was born in
Monmouth, 111., May 13, 1849 (he was by a second wife), married Hattie
Moor, in December, 1882, and lives near his father, in Gardner, Kan.,
where he owns a well-stocked farm of two hundred and forty acres. He
resembles his father ; is mirthful, sarcastic, and humorous.

SIXTH GENERATION.

Hannah Ridlon 6 (10), eldest daughter of William 5 (4), was born in
Buxton, Me., May 3, 1844; supposed to be married.

Lewis-F. Ridlon 6 (4), eldest son of William 5 (4), was born in Buxton,
Me., Sept. 23, 1847, and died March 27, 1853.

Henry-Clay Ridlon 6 (5), second son of William 5 (4), was born in Bux-
ton, Me., Jan. 24, 1856 ; married a daughter of Samuel Dunn, of Buxton,
and lives at "Bog- Mills," so called, in that town. He learned the black-
smith's trade with his uncle, Mr. Spinney, of West Gorham, and was at
Moderation Village in 1879. A fine-looking young man ; tall, well formed,
and powerful. Resembles the Red Ion family in features of face and move-
ment. Is considered an excellent mechanic.



Eliza-Sauborn Redloil 6 (6), eldest daughter of James 5 (4), was born
in Buxton, Me., Dec. 21, 1832 ; was married to Andrew Flood, and lives
on a farm in the " Spruce Swamp" neighborhood. A beautiful, gentle-
spirited woman.



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Susan-Sawyer Redloil 6 (7), second daughter of James 5 (4), was born
in Buxton, Me., Nov. 7, 1839 ; was married to John Warren, of Standish,
and died July 20, 1876.

LoreilZO-Einery Redloil 6 (1), eldest son of James 5 (4), was born in Bux-
ton, Me., April 4, 1840; married Fannie, daughter of Andrew and Elmira
(Bennett) Gray, of Westbrook, in 1859, and has issue, of whom hereafter.
Besides on his father's homestead farm, in Buxton. Member of the Cal-
vinist Baptist Church. Served in the Twelfth Regiment Maine Infantry,
in the Department of the Gulf from 1861 to 1866, in Union army, war of
the Rebellion. Saw much hard service. Below the medium height;
thick-set, and weighs over two hundred pounds. Complexion light. A
man of sound mind; highly respected.

Amiliy-L. Redloil 6 (2), second son of James 5 (4), was born in Buxton,
Me., Aug. 28, 1842. Deceased young.



William-Ammy Redloil 6 (12), eldest son of Benjamin 5 (1), was born
in Boston, Mass., May 29, 1843 ; married Abbie A. Frost, Jan. 26, 1873,
by whom one son. His wife died in October, 1874, and he married Helen
M. Patrick. Resides at Kennebunk, Me.

Eugene-F. Redloil 6 (1), second son of Benjamin 5 (1), was born in
Boston, Mass., Aug. 22, 1844; married Susan Harmon, and has five chil-
dren, of whom hereafter. He resides at Kennebunk, Me.

Neheilliall-Ricll Redloil' (1), third son of Benjamin 5 (1), was born
in Buxton, Me., April 16, 1846; married Olive Woodman, Nov. 26, 1869,
and has issue, of whom hereafter. Mr. Ridlon is a harness-maker by
trade, and has long worked for Jason Beaty, at Saco. Lives at Kenne-
bunk.

Lucy Redloil 6 (3), eldest daughter of Benjamin 5 (1), was born May
8, 1850, and died April 8, 1852.

Charles-Sumner Redloil 6 (4), fourth son of Benjamin 5 (1), was born
Dec. 26, 1853, and died Aug. 21, 1857.



Frederkk-S. Redlou 6 (1), eldest son of Isaac 5 (4), was born in Bux-
ton, Me., Jan. 22, 1855 ; married Mary Delaney, of Saco, in February,
1881 (ceremony by the author), and resides in that city. Tall, slender,
dark hair and eyes. Fond of horses. Had a leg badly fractured in 1880.
Has issue.

Melville-H. Redlou 6 (2), second son of Isaac 5 (4), was born in Bux-
ton, Me, Feb. 19, 1857.

William Redlou 6 (13), third son of Isaac 5 (4), was born in Buxton,
Me., Nov. 3, 1862.

George-Albert Redlou 6 (5), fourth son of Isaac 5 (4), was born in Bux-
ton, Me., July 19, 1864.

Capt. Silas Redlou 6 (1), eldest son of Benjamin 5 (2), was born in
Buxton, Me., April 4, 1822; married Mary-Ann Symnet, and had issue,
of whom hereafter. He was an officer in the Florida war. He was a
man of great physical strength and proportions. Brave, adventuresome,
uncompromising, but possessed of generosity and kindness of heart. He
died at Key West, in 1865.

Sarah Redlou 6 (13), eldest daughter of Benjamin 5 (2), was born in
Buxton, Me., Feb. 2, 1824; was married to Oliver M. Gilpatric, of Gran-
ger, N. J., —where she now (1876) resides,— and has issue.
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690 BEDLOXS OF BUXTOX, MA1XE.

Benjamin-Carsley Redloil 6 (7), second son of Benjamin 5 (2), was
born in Harrison, Me., Oct. 9, 1827 ; married Eliza C. Smith, of Granger,
X. J., and is now (1876) living in Kansas, engaged in farming and stock-
raising. He has had issue several children, of whom hereafter.

Elizabeth Redloil (9), second daughter of Benjamin 5 (2), was born
in Harrison, Me., Jan. 5, 1830; was married, in 1846, to Lewis Youngs,
and (presumably) lives in Wisconsin.

Marv Redloil (26), third daughter of Benjamin 5 (2), was born in
Springfield, Me., April 18, 1832 ; was married, in 1852, to Dr. Y. B. Grif-
fith, of Oramel, N". J.

Nathaniel-K. Redloil 6 (6), third son of Benjamin 5 (2), was born in
Springfield, Me., March 5, 1834 ; married Elizabeth B. Griffith, of Gran-
ger, X. J., and has issue, of whom hereafter. He served in the Eighth
Wisconsin Battery during the Rebellion. Has been Justice of the Peace
Carries on mercantile business. A man of sound judgment and ability.

Al)igail-C. Redloil (5), fourth daughter of Benjamin 5 (2), was born
in Springfield, Me., Aug. 2, 1838, and was married, in 1855, to William
Hall, of Plainfield, Wis.

Cerena Redloil (1), youngest daughter of Benjamin 5 (2), was born
in Springfield, Me., Aug. 3, 1840; was married Sept. 4, 1855, to Thomas
Hall, of Plainfield, Wis.

AniOS-M. Redloil (3), fourth son of Benjamin 5 (2), was born in
Granger, X. J., Dec. 18, 1844. He served three years in the Seventh
Regiment Wisconsin Infantry, during the Rebellion, and was in every
engagement in which the Army of the Potomac participated, from the
second battle of Bull Run until the battle of Getteysburgh, and it was
during the long march from Fredericksburgh and back, that he contracted
disease and went to the hospital. He subsequently returned to his father's
home and died there Sept. 4, 1864, unmarried. A brave soldier.

Thomas-Leonard Redlon 6 (10), fifth son of Benjamin 5 (1), was born
in Granger, X. J., Oct. 5, 1846 ; married Delia Richardson, and has issue.
He served in the First Regiment of Wisconsin Cavalry, and afterwards in
the Eighth Battery, with his brother before mentioned, until the end of
the war. After his return from the army he studied law, and at the age
of twenty-three was admitted to the Bar of Crawford County, Wis. He
is a man of clear, strong mind, and a successful practitioner.



Maj. Beiljailiill-3I. Redloil 6 (8), eldest son of Thomas 5 (3), was born
in Sebago, Me., Oct. 15, 1833; married Mary, daughter of John and Susan
(Libbey) Houston, of Portland, and has had issue five children, of whom
bereafter. He enlisted in the First Maine Infantry; was mustered into the
army May 3, 1861; mustered into the Tenth Regiment Infantry, Oct. 4,
1862; and was subsequently in the Twenty-ninth Regiment Infantry. His
commissions and promotions were as follows : Second lieutenant Com-
pany C, First Regiment, April 28, 1861 ; first lieutenant Company C, Tenth
Regiment, Oct. 5, 1861 ; first lieutenant, Dec. 11, 1863 ; captain Company
B, Twenty-ninth Regiment, Dec. 24, 1863, and brevet-major — "for faith-
ful and meritorious service during the war" — March 13, 1865. He was
in the following engagements : Winchester, May 25, 1862 ; Cedar Moun-
tain, Aug. 9, 1862; Rappahannock, Aug. 20, 1862; Sulphur Springs, Aug.
24, 1862; South Mountain, Sept. 4, 1862 ; Antietam, Sept. 17, 1862 ; Mans-
field Cross-roads, Pleasant Hill, Mansura Plain, and Cane River Crossing,
— the last four in Louisiana. He was in the service from May 3, 1861, to



BEDL0N8 OF BVXTON, MAINE. 691

June 26, 1865, and among all the Maine officers during the war, none had
so complete a record. One who was much with him in the army says,
"Neither heat, nor cold, rain or dust, good dinners or starvation, could
affect him ; he kept pegging away from the beginning to the end, the same
' old Ben ' from year to year. He was strict and exacting as an officer,
but beloved and respected by his men." He had a beautiful sword pre-
sented him by his command, — members of Company C, Tenth Maine
Regiment of Infantry, — inscribed as follows: —

" Presented to

Lieut. B. M. Redlon,

By the Members of Company C, Tenth Maine Volunteers,

As a Token of Bespect,

March, 18 63."

Major Redlon is a carpenter and builder by trade, and since the war
has resided in Portland, where he has been a contractor. His wife and
eldest daughter were in the South during the war, and while at his head-
quarters were taken prisoners by Ashby's Cavalry, at Winchester, Va.,
during Banks' retreat, and carried to Richmond ; they were, however, sent
into the Union lines under a flag of truce. Major Redlon's trunk and dress-
uniform were also carried away, but he afterwards recovered them. He
is of medium height, corpulent, and has dark hair and beard ; is fine-look-
ing, social, jovial, and companionable. He has always possessed a military
spirit, and still becomes very animated when speaking of the war.

Christiana Redlon 6 (1), eldest daughter of Thomas 5 (3), was married
to George Hillard, a painter.

Sarah Jane Redlon 6 (14), second daughter of Thomas 5 (3), was mar-
ried to William Vaughan, of Portland, Me.

Clementine Redlon 6 (1), third daughter of Thomas 5 (3), was married
to Benjamin Vaughan, of Portland, Me.

Francena Redlon 6 (1), fourth daughter of Thomas 5 (3), died unmarried.



Emily-Jane Redlon 6 (2), eldest daughter of Nathaniel 5 (4), was born
in Portland, Me., Jan. 18, 1836, and died June 11, 1846.

Lucretia Redlon 6 (2), second daughter of Nathaniel 5 (4), was born
in Portland, Me., June 14, 1839, and dted Sept. 19, 1839.

Albert Redlon 6 (3), eldest son of Nathaniel 5 (4), was born in Port-
land, Me., Jan. 6, 1842; married Helen S. Allen, and died Feb. 16, 1870,
leaving one child.

Augusta Redlon 6 (1), third daughter of Nathaniel 5 (4), was born in
Portland, Me., May 5, 1843; a maiden-lady.

Luther Redlon 6 (1), second son of Nathaniel 5 (4), was born in Port-
land, Me., Nov. 25, 1844; married Mary M. Law, of Jersey City, N. J.,
Nov. 13, 1873, and is now manufacturing brooms in Portland.

Roscoe Redlon 6 (1), third son of Nathaniel 5 (4), was born in Port-
land, Me., July 21, 1846, and died Sept. 9, 1846.

Edward Redlon 6 (1), fourth son of Nathaniel 5 (4), was born in Port-
land, Me., March 25, 1847, and died Sept. 25, 1847.

Abbie-Jane Redlon 6 (3), youngest daughter of Nathaniel 5 (4), was
born in Portland, Me., Dec. 14, 1849, and was married to Albert G. Ran-
dall, of North Bridgewater, Mass.

Alvan-Bryant Redlon 6 (1), only son of Jonathan 5 (3), was born in
Buxton, Me., Jan, 25, 1830; married June 11, 1861, and is a resident of



692 BEDLOXS OF BUXTOX, MAINE.

Pekin, 111. No children. He has had a most singular, adventitious, and
wandering life; full of vicissitudes and discouragements. His mother
died when he was a small boy, and he was left to drift about from place
to place. In 1845 he went to Portland to learn the art of printing ;
thence, after a few months, to Dedham, Mass., and worked in a woolen
mill; thence to Boston, and worked in a printing office. He continued
to go from city to city, losing his situation and seeking employment, con-
stantly attended by misfortune, until he had traversed New England. He
was employed on the Providence Transcript when his uncle Amos was
editor; also for Brown, Thurston & Co., in Portland. During his indispo-
sition he spent his winters with relatives. In 1859 he commenced work
on the Register at Pekin, 111., and by hard work and strict economy has
managed to get a little home. In a communication to the author, written
in 1875, he says: "My mother was subject to fits of insanity when I was a
child, and at one time attempted to throw me into the fire, but was pre-
vented by some one in the house. I have wished a thousand times she
had accomplished her purpose, which, in her insensibility, she would have
done; for my life, so far, has been one of trouble and disappointment, and
1 have accomplished nothing worthy of our name."

Allliette-A. Redlon 6 (1), a twin daughter of Jonathan 5 (3) and Mary
Redlon, was born in Buxton, Me., April 6,1847; was married Dec. 11,
1868, to Johnson Varney, and resides at East Windham, Cumberland
County, Me.

Mary-F. KedlOll 6 (27), a twin daughter of Jonathan 5 (3) and Mary
Redlon, was born in Buxton, Me., April 6, 1847, and died March 16, 1865,
unmarried.



Frederick Redlon 6 (2), eldest son of Cyrus 5 (1). } I have failed to
Cyrus Redlon 6 (2), second son of Cyrus 5 (1). Vfind any other in-
Deborah Redlon 6 (1), daughter of Cyrus 5 (1). ) formation.



Albert-G. Redlon 6 (4), eldest son of Amos 5 (2), was born in Massa-
chusetts, June 26, 1842, and died in Hallowell, Me., Sept. 8, 1843.

Lydia-Maria Redlon 6 (10), eldest daughter of Amos 5 (2), was born in
Maine (Berwick?), March 4, 1844; died Nov. 24, 1864.

Martin-Luther Redlon 6 (1), second son of Amos 5 (2), was born in
Maine, Oct, 22, 1845 ; died Aug. 28, 1846.

Frederick-D. Redlon 6 (3), third son of Amos 5 (2), was born in Maine,
Nov. 5, 1847; died Oct. 28, 1849.

Etta-F. Redlon 6 (1), second daughter of Amos 5 (2), was born in
Maine (?), Sept. 4, 1857 ; was married and lives in Boston, but I do not
know her husband's name.

I(la-Luella Redlon 6 (1), third daughter of Amos 5 (2), was born Dec.
28, 1858; died Nov. 9, 1861.

Marv-E. Redlon 6 (28), fourth daughter of Amos 5 (2), was born May
17, 1863.

Franklin Redlon 6 (2), only son of Nathan 5 (1) ; is married and lives
in Portland, Me. Mason by trade.



Lephe-Alina Redlon 6 (1), eldest daughter of John 5 (11), was born in
Buxton, Me., Oct. 23, 1851. Married.



REDLONS OF CHINA, MAINE. 693



Horatio Redloil 6 (1), a son of John 5 (11), was born in Buxton, Me.,
Nov. 19, 1853. Married.

Sarah-Elizabeth Redloil 6 (15), youngest daughter of John 5 (11), was
born in Buxton, Me., Dec. 17, 1855; died Nov. 29, 1870.



Stanley-E. Redloil 6 (1), eldest son of Daniel 5 (6), was born at Pierce-
ville, Ind., July 9, 1866.

Atlee Redloil 6 (1), second son of Daniel 5 (6), was born at Pierce ville,
Ind., Sept. 21, 1869.

Clare- W. Redloil 6 (1), third son of Daniel 5 (6), was born at Pierce-
ville, Ind., Sept. 20, 1872.

Leon-H. Redloil 6 (1), fourth son of Daniel 5 (6), was born at Pierce-
ville, Ind., Nov. 8, 1873.

Burton Redloil 6 (1), fifth son of Daniel 5 (6), was born in Pierceville,



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