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Liberty. He removed to LTnion, Maine, where
he followed farming during all his active life
thereafter. He married Joanna (Curtis) Gay,
daughter of Christopher Curtis and widow of
Christopher Gay. Children: i. Ellen F., mar-
ried O. A. Burkett, of Union; one son, Fred
E. Burkett. 2. Lucy E.. married Benjamin
Burton; one living child, Lola M., lives in
Rockland. 3. Guvanus H., now of Winter-
port ; married Medora Fish ; children : Claude,
lives in Mt. Vernon, New York: Josephine,
married William Mason, of Massachusetts;
Effie, married Charles Littlefield, Providence,
Rhode Island; Raymond, of Port Chester,
New York; Earl, lives in Winterport. 4.
Charles R., see forward. 5. Sophia J., mar-
ried Orlando Welt, of Waldoboro, Maine ;
child, Rose M., married E. C. Davis, of Rock-
land. 6. Loretta A., married Henry A. Hawes,
of Union ; child, William.

(V) Charles Robinson, son of John South-

ard Dunton, was born in LTnion, Maine, Octo-
ber 4, 1846. He was educated in the public
schools of his native town, and spent his boy-
hood on the farm. Before he was sixteen
he enlisted September 17, 1862, in Company
B, Twenl} - fourth Maine Regiment, and took
part in all the engagements and arduous
service of this regiment. After the civil war
he went to Minneapolis, Minnesota, and fol-
lowed the trade of cooper for several years.
He returned to Union in 1872 and engaged in
the express business on his own account. He
built up an extensive and profitable business
with express lines from Union to various adja-
cent towns. He disposed of his business in
i88g and removed to Springfield. Massachu-
setts, where he engaged in the insurance busi-
ness for four years, and in 1806 removed to
Bangor, where he has since been engaged in
the insurance business. For the past twelve
years he has been general agent of the North-
western Mutual Life Insurance Company, of
Milwaukee, for the seven Maine counties —
Waldo. Knox, Hancock, Washington, Penob-
scot, Aroostook and Piscataquis, and he has
charge of a large number of agents in that ter-
ritory. He has written a large amount of in-
surance, probably more than any other man
in eastern Maine during the past twenty years,
and no man is better known in insurance
circles and none more popular or highly re-
spected than he. In politics Mr. Dunton is a
Democrat. He has been a member of the
board of aldermen for two years, representing
ward six. He belongs to Cooper Post, No.
124, Grand Army of the Republic, of L^nion,
Maine. Mr. Dunton is energetic, enterprising
and active. He has a wide acquaintance and
many steadfast friends attracted by his good
qualities of mind and heart, his kindly manner
and good nature.

He married, October i, 1866, Mary E.. born
October 5, 1847, daughter of Joseph Irish, of
Union, ]\iaine. Children: i. Maude F., born
March 20, 1868, died June 15, 1893; married
Orville W. Miles, of Springfield, Massachu-
setts : one daughter, Gladys, who lives with her
grandfather, Air. Dunton. 2. Rita, born .A.u-
gust 13. 1870, married Horace B. Clements, of
Springfield. 3. Nellie, died at thirteen months.
4. Sophia M.,"born in Union, January 15, 1876.
living at home.

Stephen Dudley Marsh, son of
MARSH Stephen Dudley and Betsey

Marsh, was born in Skowhegan,
died aged eighty-nine years, and was a de-
scendant of one of the early pioneers of Mas-



sachusetts, of English descent. He lived at
Greenville, Maine, was a farmer and lumber-
man, and had charge of extensive lumber
operations in that section. In politics he was
a Democrat. He married (first) Abigail
i^ragg; (second) Hannah Brawn. Children
of first wife: i. Rexaville, died in infancy.

2. Martin \'an Buren, born March 24, 1836,
mentioned below. Children of second wife:

3. Lydia Ann. 4. Stephen Dudley. 5. Will-
iam. 6. Helen. 7. Mercy, deceased. 8.
Franklin. 9. George. 10. Isa.

(H) Martin \'an Buren, son of Stephen
Dudley (2) and Abigail (Bragg) Marsh, was
born in Cornville. Maine. March 24, 1836.
He was educated in the public schools of his
native town and Greenville, whither he moved
when a boy with his parents. He worked at
farming and lumbering and as engineer and
captain of the lake boats in summer. He
learned the trade of mason and worked at it
for a period of forty years in Old Town,
Bradley and Skowhegan, Maine. In politics,
like his father, he is a Democrat. He was for
several years school agent while living in the
town of Bradley. He is a member of Star of
the East Lodge of Free Masons, of Old Town,
and of the Ancient Order of United Work-
men. He is an active and prominent member
of the Baptist church, and was one of the
founders and builders of the church at Brad-
ley, of which he was for some years the clerk.
He married, September, i860, Paulina C, born
in Brighton, Maine, July 27, 1840, daughter of

Thomas T. and (Bragden) Foss.

Children: i. Alphonso F., born 1861, drug-
gist at Sangerville, Maine ; married (first) An-
nie B. Cummings; (second) Lavinia B. Sand-
ers, of Sangerville ; children of first wife :
Everett C, Vera L. 2. Ralph Hemenway,
born in Greenville, February 3, 1863, men-
tioned below. 3. Martin Van Buren, born
March, 1865, drowned at Bradley, Maine,
aged four years. 4. Dr. Stanley N., born Au-
gust I, 1876, at Skowhegan, educated in the
public schools of Bradley and University of
Maine, graduating from the Baltimore Medi-
cal School, 1903; now practicing medicine in
West Enfield, Maine; married Bessie Butler,
of Ripley, Maine; children: Gerald E. and
Pauline. 5. Pauline, born 1878, died in in-

(HI) Dr. Ralph Hemenway, son of Martin
Van Buren Marsh, was born in Greenville,
Maine, February 3. 1863. He attended the
public schools of Bradley and entered the Uni-
versity of Maine, from which he was grad-
uated in 1888. He studied his profession in

the Bowdoin Medical School, receiving his de-
gree of M. D. in 1893. He began the practice
of medicine the same year at Lincoln, Maine,
where he remained a year and a half. He then
took a post-graduate course in the Post-Gradu-
ate Medical School, of New York City. Since
1894 he has been practicing his profession with
much success at Guilford, Maine. He is a
member of the Piscataquis County Medical
Association and of the Maine Medical Asso-
ciation. In politics he is a Republican. He
has been a member of the school committee of
Guilford since 1896 and was town treasurer in
1897-98. He is a member of Mount Kineo
Lodge of Free Masons, of Guilford ; of Piscat-
aquis Chapter, Royal .Arch Masons, of Dover,
Alaine; of St. John Commandery, Knights
Templar, of Bangor; of the Scottish Rite
bodies of Masonry in Bangor and the Maine
Consistory of Portland, thirty-second degree.
He is a member of Good Cheer Lodge of Odd
Fellows, of Guilford, joining in 1898; of the
Modern Woodmen and of the New England
Order of Protection. He has been one of the
United States pension examiners of this dis-
trict since 1898. In religion he is a Univer-
salist, and in politics a Republican. He mar-
ried, October 6, 1887, Myrtie A., born irj
Bradley, Maine, daughter of Reuben and Mary
(Banks) Holbrook. of Freeport, Alaine. Chil-
dren: I. Helen Celia, born in Bradley, May
26, 1889, graduate of the Guilford high school,
student at Colby College, class of igi2. 2.
Alice Holbrook, born in Guilford, August 19,

It is a family tradition that two
RECORD brothers of this name came
from England ; one settled in
Massachusetts and was the progenitor of the
Records, and the other went to the West In-
dies, accumulated a large fortune and died un-
married. The estate was settled by two sons
of the Massachusetts Record, who went to
the West Indies for that purpose. After set-
tling up the affairs of their deceased uncle,
they repaired to a hotel and remained over
night. In the morning their bodies were found
in bed, but the large sum of money they had
collected had disappeared. This family is of
Massachusetts quality, of good fighting stock,
forty-six of the name serving in the revolu-
tionary army. The name has been spelled
Reckord, Reccord, Recoard, Reckerd and
Rickord. John Record was in Weymouth,
Massachusetts, in 1676. He served in King
Philip's war on the Connecticut river and was
named in a petition to the governor and coun-



cil as a soldier to be recalled, there being need
of him in home defences. He married Han-
nah, daughter of Simeon and Hester Burr,
and widow of John Hobart, and had John,
Simon and Jonathan. In its migrations the
family reached Maine in 1776, alighting at
Kennebunkport, then Arundel. Daniel Record
was a soldier from that town in Captain
Hitchcock's company. Colonel Sprout's regi-
ment, from May 15, 1777, to May 15, 1780;
also in Captain Merrill's company and Colonel
Brewer's regiment.

(I) Thomas Record was born Alarch 22,
1797, and died September 29, 1872. He lived
in Canton, Oxford county, Maine, then called
Phipp's Canada. He married Harriet, daugh-
ter of Thomas and Betsy (Gurney) Record,
who was his cousin. Children : John, Betsy,
Alvin, Isaiah, Sarah Jane, Ruth, Matildah,
Gustavas and Stillman.

(II) Alvin, second son of Thomas and Har-
riet (Record) Record, was born in Canton,
Maine, March 12, 1829. He attended the com-
mon schools, and at the age of thirteen began
learning the carpenter's trade. He followed
his trade at the Aloose Hill settlement in Liv-
ermore for several years, then went to Massa-
chusetts, and there conducted a large business
as a building mover. Returning to Moose
Hill, he farmed for a few years until he
bought a half interest in a drug store at that
place. In 1870 he founded the leather board
business which became the Jay Paper Com-
pany and this was in turn absorbed by the In-
ternational Paper Company. Mr. Record was
one of the most prominent men of the town,
and while he had no desire to hold any politi-
cal office, was a shrewd manager and the man
he named was usually nominated and elected.
He was a Baptist and a trustee of that church.
He married. December i, 1853, Agrandice,
daughter of Levi Lyford. Three children:
Helen, Edward and Judson A. Alvin Record
died August 20, 1898.

(III) Judson A., second son of Alvin and
Agrandice (Lyford) Record, was born in Liv-
ermore Falls, July 19, 1863. He was educated
in the local schools and Hebron Academy.
School days over he associated himself with
his father in the paper business. In 1897 he
bought out an iron foundry, and this he de-
veloped into a large plant, and in 1901 sold
out to a corporation of which he is a large
stockholder. This concern has a large in-
dustry at Rumford Falls, Maine. The Liv-
ermore foundry has a capacity of ten tons
daily and employ about sixty men. Mr. Rec-
ord is also a director in the W. A. Stewart

Company, a Republican and a Knights Tem-
plar degree Mason, a member of the Baptist
church, of which he is a trustee, and a bass in
the male quartette connected with the church.
He married, December 30. 1883, Maud L.,
daughter of Mathew and Jeannette (Bow-
ker) Durand, who was bom March 10, 1864.
They have one child, Agrandice J., who at
present is in Colby College.

The Williams family of Eng-
WILLIAMS land and Wales is of great
antiquity. The surname is
derived from the ancient personal name, Will-
iam. Sir Robert Williams, ninth baronet of
the house of Williams of Penrhyn, was a lineal
descendant from Marchudes of Cyan, Lord of
Abergelen, in Denbighshire, of one of the fif-
teen tribes of North Wales that lived in the
time of Roderick the Great, King of the Brit-
ons, about A. D. 849.

The ancient Williams coat-of-arms of the
Welsh family is : Sable, a lion rampant argent
armed and langued gules. The crest is a
moor cock. The seat of the family was at
Flint, Wales, and in Lincolnshire. Oliver
Cromwell, the Protector, was a Williams by
right of descent, and was related to Richard
Williams, who settled at Taunton, Massachu-
setts, as shown by the following pedigree.
Alden de Cromwell lived in the time of Will-
iam the Conqueror, and from him descended
ten Ralph de Cromwells in succession, the last
of the name dying without issue. The seventh
Ralph de Cromwell married, 1551, Amicia
Berer, daughter of Robert Berer.

(I) Robert Cromwell was a Lancastrian,
killed in the wars in 1461. From him the line
to Oliver Cromwell and Richard Williams is
definitely known.

(II) William, son of Robert Cromwell, left
a daughter Margaret, who was the ancestor of
both Cromwell and Williams.

(III) John Cromwell married Joan Smith.

(IV) Waiter Cromwell married


(V) Katherine Cromwell, daughter of Wal-
ter Cromwell, married Morgan Williams, fifth
from Howell Williams, mentioned below.

(VI) Sir Richard Williams, son of Morgan
and Katherine, was born about 1495 ; married
Frances Murfyn. After reaching mature
years. Sir Richard took the name of Cromwell
under the patronage of his mother's brother,
Thomas Cromwell. He lived at Glamorgan-
shire. Wales.

(VII) Sir Henry Cromwell, alias Williams,
son of Sir Richard, was called the Golden



Knight of Hinchenbrook, Huntingdon; mar-
ried Toan Warren.

(VTII) Robert Cromwell, alias Williams,
was of Huntingdon, a brewer, and married
Elizabeth Stewart. Their first child was
Oliver, the Great Protector. Oliver Cromwell
used the alias in his youth, and in some deeds
his name is found Oliver Williams, alias Crom-

(I) Howell Williams, Lord of Ribour, was
progenitor of the Williams family of Wales.

(II) Morgan Williams married Joan Bat-

(III) Thomas of Lancashire, son of Mor-
gan, (lied in London.

(IV) John Williams, son of Thomas, mar-
ried Mari;aret Smith; died at Mortlake
in 1502. Their .son John, born 1495, mar-
ried Toan Wykys, daughter of Henry
Wykys, of Bolleys Park, Chertney, a sister of
Elizabeth Wykys, who married Thomas Crom-
well (brother of Katherine, mentioned above),
secretary to Henry VIII, Lord Cromwell of
Oakham, Earl of Essex.

(V) Richard Williams, born at Roehampton,
1687, settled at Monmouth and Dexter, and
died 1559.

(VI) John Williams, son of Richard, was
of Huntingdonshire, near Wotton-under-Edge,
Gloucester; died i=;77.

(VII) William Williams, son of John Will-
iams, was also of Huntingdon ; married, No-
vember 15, 1585, Jane Shepherd: married
(second) December 4, 1603, Jane Woodward.
His first child by the second marriage was
Richard Williams, who settled in Taunton,

(I) Richard Williams, son of William Will-
iams, was born in England. He was a tanner
by trade and settled first in Dorchester. Mas-
sachusetts, in 1633, and is first of the Ameri-
can family of Williams. His wife Frances
and sister Elizabeth were members of the
Dorchester church before 1639. He removed
to Taunton, and sold land and privileges at
Dorchester, October 20, 1646. He made his
brother Samuel, of Essington, Gloucestershire,
England, his attorney, October 21, 1646, to
sell his share of a tucke mill at Sinwell, ad-
joining Essington. He and his sister Eliza-
beth, then both in New England, were legatees
in the will of their sister Jane, of Wheten-
hurste, Gloucestershire, dated May 30, 1650,
proved June 3, 1655. Fie was a freeman at
Plymouth, June 5, 1644; deacon and deputy
to the general court from Taunton. He re-
turned to Dorchester, and was a town officer
there in 1658. He died July 13, 1683. Eliza-

beth was drowned October 13, 1688. He mar-
ried Frances Dighton, sister of the first wife
of Governor Thomas Dudley. His will was
dated May 5, 1686. when he was aged eighty
years; proved October, 1693, bequeathing to
sons Samuel, Nathaniel, Joseph, Thomas and
Benjamin; to daughters Elizabeth and Han-
nah ; wife Frances. The widow, being of great
age, made will October 20, 1703; proved
^Iarch 7, 1705-06, bequeathing to son Par-
menter (son-in-law), to the widows of sons
Nathaniel, Joseph and Benjamin ; to son
Thomas and daughter Elizabeth Bird, of
Dorchester. Children: i. John, died young.
2. Samuel. 3. Joseph, had five sons and two
(laughters. 4. Nathaniel (q. v.). 5. Thomas. 6.
Benjamin, mentioned below. 7. Elizabeth,
born about 1647; married John Bird, of Dor-
chester. 8. Hannah, married John Parmenter,
of Boston.

(II) Benjamin, son of Richard Williams,
was born in Taunton, about 1645. He mar-
ried, March 18. 1690, Rebecca, daughter of
Captain George Macy, of Taunton, immigrant,
town officer; will dated June 20, proved Sep-
tember 5, 1693, bequeathing to wife Susanna
Macy, daughters Elizabeth Hodges, Sarah
Black, Mary Williams, Rebecca Williams and
Deborah Macy. Children: i. Rebecca, born
November 27, 1690. 2. Josiah, November 7,
1692. 3. Benjamin, July 3, 1695; mentioned
below. 4. John, March 2, 1699.

fill) Benjamin (2), son of Benjamin (i)
Williams, was born in Taunton, July 3, 1693.
He married, December 22, 1720, Susanna,
daughter of Major John and Sarah (Dean)
Howard, of Bridgewater.

(IV) Rufus, only son of Benjamin (2)
Williams, was born in Taunton, in 1723. He
married. !\Iarch 11, 1745-46, Mercy, daughter
of Jonathan and Mercy (Mason) Shaw, of
Raynham. Children: i. Samuel, born at Taun-
ton. March 20, 1746: died at Grafton, New
Hampshire, July 7, 1824: removed to Grafton,
and lived on W^illiams Hill : married, January
25, 1770, Mary Case, of Rehoboth, daughter
of William and Mary Case. 2. Zebedee ( ?)
settled in Grafton, and was living there in
1790. 3. Oliver, mentioned below. Probably

(V) Oliver, son of Rufus Williams, was
born at Taunton, about 1750. He married

probably Mary , who was living at

Grafton in 1790, and had. according to the
federal census of that year, one son under
sixteen, one over sixteen, and six females in
her family. Oliver was the first of the fam-
ily at Grafton. He signed the petition for



the incorporation of the town of Grafton, New
Hampshire, in 1777, and again in 1778. Most
of the first settlers were from Rehoboth,
Taunton and vicinity. William Williams, per-
haps a brother, was another early settler.

(VI) Oliver (2), son of Oliver (i) Will-
iams, was born about 1775, and married, at
Canaan, New Hampshire, October 24, 1799,
Jemima Barney, of Grafton. They settled at
Grafton. Children: i. Oliver, born December
3, 1805; died June 22, 1879, at Auburn, New-
Hampshire ; his descendants live at Manches-
ter, that state. 2. Huron. 3. Norman Smith,
mentioned below. 4. Prudence. 5. Rosinda.
(VH) Norman Smith, son of Oliver (2)
Williams, was born at Canaan, New Hamp-
shire, in 1817, died in Monson, Maine, in 1874.
He was educated in the public schools of his
native town. He was a farmer. In 1840 he
removed to Dexter, Maine, and later settled in
Monson, where he spent the remainder of his
life. He was a Republican in politics, and was
for several years on the board of selectmen of
Monson. He was a prominent member of the
Congregational church, and held various offices
in the church and society. He married, in
May, 1844, Martha Ann Haynes, born in
Canaan, New Hampshire, in 1825, and now
living with her son, John Sumner Williams, at
Guilford, Maine. She was the daughter of
Josiah Porter and Sally (Atherton) Haynes.
Josiah P. Haynes was born in Roxbury, Mas-
sachusetts, removed to Canaan, New Hamp-
shire, and later to Monson, Maine; his w'ife
was a native of Vermont. Children: i.
Charles, died in infancy. 2. Flora Jane, born
1850, died 1880; married Joseph H. Sheppard,
of Dexter; one child, Bessie (Mrs. Charles
Turner, of Guilford). 3. Fannie P., born
February, 1853 ' married Charles W. Johnson,
foundryman, of Worcester, Massachusetts ;
one child, Charles Walter. 4. Frank B., born
1856, foundryman, living in Worcester. 5.
Sarah L., born 1858, died 1888; married Her-
bert Bennett ; one child, Sarah Bennett. 6.
John Sumner, mentioned below.

(VIII) John Sumner, son of Norman Smith
Williams, was born in Monson, Maine, July
24, 1864. He was educated in the public
schools of Monson. at Monson Academy, and
at the University of Maine, where he was
graduated in 1887. He studied his profession
in the office of Henry Hudson Jr., Guilford,
and in the law school of Boston University,
and graduated in 1890. He was admitted to
the bar in 1889, before he graduated. He
taught school two years while pursuing his
studies. In 1890 he began to practice law,

and soon took a prominent position among the
lawyers of his section. In November, 1893,
he was appointed by President Cleveland col-
lector of internal revenue for the Maine dis-
trict, and held office until 1899, being in office
two years under President McKinley's admin-
istration. Since 1899 he has been practicing
law at Guilford, Maine. He has been active
in political life and a leader of the Democratic
party. He was a member of the board of
selectmen of Guilford for several years and
has been town agent and superintendent of
schools. In 1908 he was presidential elector
from fourth congressional district. Mr. Will-
iams is a member of Mount Kineo Lodge of
Free Masons, of Guilford ; of Piscataquis
Chapter, Royal Arch Masons, Dover; and of
St. John's Commandery, Knights Templar, of
Bangor. He also belongs to Syracuse Lodge,
Knights of Pythias, Guilford, the Modern
Woodmen and the Universalist church. He
married, September 25, 1897, ITelen K. Mont-
gomery, born July 14, 1870, daughter of Rev.
Hugh Montgomery, the noted temperance lec-
turer of Lowell, Massachusetts. Children: i.
Hugh Montgomery, born September 10, 1898.
2. John H., September 26, 1899. 3- Ro&^r,
February 28, 1901. 4. Victor F.. June 5, 1904.
5. Matthew, April 10, 1906. 6. Edwin, March
21, 1907.

(For first generation see preceding sketcli.)

(II) Nathaniel, third son of
WILLT.\^IS Richard, immigrant, and
Frances (Dighton) Williams,
was born in Taunton, Massachusetts, and bap-
tizefi in the First Church in Taunton, No-
vember 17, 1639. He married Elizabeth Rog-
ers, of Duxbury, November 17, 1668. Eliza-
beth Rogers was of the fifth generation from
John Rogers, the martyr. This statement is
disputed, however, by Josiah H. Drummond,
of Portland, Maine, in his paper on "The
John Rogers families in Plymouth and Vi-
cinity," read before the Maine Historical So-
ciety, December 19, 1895. He said in this
paper that Elizabeth Rogers was the grand-
daughter of Thomas Rogers, who came over in
the "Mayflower." He doubts whether she was
the fifth generation from John Rogers the
Martyr. The children of Nathaniel and Eliz-
abeth (Rogers) Williams were: i. John
(q. v.), born August 27, 1675. 2. Elizabeth,
April 18. 1686, married John Macomber, of
Taunton, and died May 2. 1732. 3. Na-
thaniel, April 9, 1697, married Lydia King and
died in 1726.

(Ill) John, eldest son of Nathaniel and
Elizabeth (Rogers) Williams, was born in



Taiiiuon, Massachusetts, August 27, 1675, died
at the homestead, August 18, 1724. He mar-
ried Hannah Robinson, born in 1668, died
December 2. 1757. Children: i. Nathaniel,
born December 30, 1702, died December 29,
1746. 2. Silas, married Susanna Richards. 3.
Timothy (q. v.), September 28, 1714. 4-
Simeoni 1716, was twice married — (first) to
Zipora Crane, who died May 21, 1748, at the
age of twentv-four years, and (second) to

Waitstill '—, who died aged ninety-seven

years; Simeon died September, 1794. 5. Ex-
perience, married Nathan Hodges, January
22, 1728.

(IV) Timothy, third son of John and
Hannah (Robinson) Williams, was born in
Taunton, Massachusetts. September 28. 17 14.
He married Elizabeth Britten, of Raynham,
January 18, 1736, lived in Easton, Bristol
county, Massachusetts, and was for many
years town clerk. Children: i. Hannah, born
April 21, 1738. 2. Tabitha, November 17,
1740. 3. Elizabeth, March 29, 1743, died in
Woolwich, Maine. 4. Timothy (q. v.), March
10, 1744, mentioned below. 5. Nathaniel,
March 20, 1747, died September 23, 1799.
6. Olive, February 24, 1749, died August
20. 1772. 7. Lemuel, May 2, 1751, mar-
ried Anna Woolwich, born 1762, died Septem-
ber 23, 1820. 8. Sibel, April 12, 1754. 9.
Anne, September 10, 1756.

(V) Timothy (2), fourth child and eldest
son of Timothy (i) and Elizabeth (Britten)
Williams, was born in Easton, Bristol county,
Massachusetts, March 10, 1744. He was mar-
ried twice. First to I\Iiriam Thompson in
1776, and after her death, June 6. 1783, at the
age of thirty-one years, he married as his sec-
ond wife, January 2y, 1784, Margaret Ham-
bleton, of Wiscasset, Maine, born December
20, 1753. He died in Woolwich, Maine, Sep-
tember 23, 1813. The children of Timothy
(2) and Miriam (Thompson) WilHams, were:

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