Nov. 24, 1886, Lucy-Ann Taylor, b. in Belfast, Me., March 20,
1812, and now resides in Windham.
CIIII.DHEX, nOKX IX WIXDU.VM, EXCEPT LAST THREE.
1. Laura-WolcottS b. June 6, 1838; ra. Jan. 22, 1864, James-A. Webster;
res. Chicago; 1 ch., Edith-G.^
2. Walter-J.-Â», b. June 15, 1840; was a soldier in First Regiment N. H.
Volunteers, and in Fiftieth Regiment Mass. Volunteers; res.
Lowell. He owned the R.-B. Jackson place, and sold to John
Wilson, Nov. 26, 1876. He m. Oct. 1862, Mary-Abbie, dau. of John
Wilson, b. July 10, 1845. Has a family.
354 GENEALOGIES : BURNHAxM ; BUTTEKFIELD ; BUTTRICK.
3. AbbyS b. June 11, 1842.
4. Isadore*, b. April 6, 1844; in. Horace Anderson ; d. June 2, 1876. (See
5. Emilys b. June 1, 1846; d. Aug. 5, 1869.
6. Cornelia-J.S b. Aug. 30, 1847 ; d. May 7, 1879.
7. Edwards b. in Hooksett, Nov. 11, 1848 ; m. June 23, 1879, Mary Negee,
of Chicago ; 2 cli. ; res. Chicago ; dealer in hair goods.
8. Warren*, b. in Manchester, Sept. 14. 1850; m. Sept. 24, 1870, Lizzie
Fish; d. Jan. 20, 1880. He m. 2d, Nov. 29, 1880, Abbie Butter-
fleld; res. Windham; 1 ch.
9. Alices b. Sept. 1, 1852; m. Robert Morse, and d. July 3, 1876.
8. Jesse-SmithÂ«, b. June '22, 1807; d. Sept. 28, 1847; res.
9. Mary-Ann^ b. March 7, 1809; in. Vernon Wolcott, of
Shoreham, Vt. ; d. Nov. 12, 1844; 1 ch.
10. ( Augu,stus^ b. Oct. 14, 1810 ; d. se. 11 yrs.
11. < Augusta"^, b. Oct. 14, 1810 ; lives ip Windham with her
12. Charles^, b. July 19, 1812; clergyman; res. Meredith Vil-
lage, then Fayetteville, Vt. ; m. Mary, dau. of James Noyes,
for 3d w. (See Noyes family.)
13. Betsey^ b. May 23, 1813; m. William Ouston, of Dela-
ware, Ohio ; d. Sept. 5, 1860.
14. Harriet^, b. June 23, 181(3; d. Jan. 1, 1874.
15. Susan^, b. April 9, 1818; d. Sept. 5, 1872; m. Sanford
King, of Temple, N. H.
1. William-A. Butterfield-', son of Adams^ and Hannah
(Campbell) Butterfield, was b. in Bedford, Aug. 25, 1845 ; bought
his house, which stands on part of tlie original Nesmith farm,
Jan. 1882. lie m. Feb. 25, 18(57, Sophronia-L. Messer, of Haver-
hill, Mass., b. Sept. 23, 1848. Children : â€”
2, Albert-W.", b. Nov. 18, 1871.
.3. George-H.Â«, b. Nov. 17, 1874.
4. Jennie-M.8, b. Jan. 17, 1877.
5. Joseph^, b. Aug. 21, 1880.
1. Asa Buttrick^ came here from Pelham in 1824, and lived
fifteen years in the small house on Mount Epliraim, between the
James Noyes and C.-W. Campbell farms. JFe d. in town, May
17, 18G7. He m. Lydia Searls, who d. in Pelham; m. 2d, Abigail
Simpson. Children by 1st wife : â€”
GEiNEALUClliS :' BUTTUICK; CALDWELL; (ALL. 3.')5
2. Samuel-P.-, carjtentt'r, res. in Lowell; d. Sept, 26, ISOn, a>.
52 yrs. ; ni. Sophronia Katun, who d. Nov. 28, 18GG.
1. Athaliiula^. in. Joliii Wigu'in. aiul iL at Lawrence.
3. Nathan-, res. Lowt'll; ni. Mary-A. Grovenor; d. Oct. l>,
1865; overseer in mill. Ch. : EUa-M.** and Frank. ^
4. Jonas'-, li\('(l in Pelhaiit ; mi. Betsey Caldwell, and d. Sejit.
1. Mary-.\ '. la Joliii Saloue. of Nashua. She is dec.
5. Asa-, b. Dee. 11,1815; ni. Sally-Evans, dau. of Joseph and
Sally (Evans) Bean, of Brownfield, Me., b. May 11, 1803. He
bought his'plaee in West Windham 1834, and d. upon it April 25,
1876. Three eh.; 2 d. in infancy.
I. Charles-Edwin*, b. March 11, 1841; lives on home farm.
1. James CaldwelP was an early settler. April 16, 1737, he
bought of "Robert Boyes, of Londonderry, 80 acres of land, bound-
ing on James Dunlap and Golden Brook, for Â£60, This land is
situated near the homestead farm of T.-W. Simpson. His name
a))pears upon several petitions. He was chosen selectman in
1752, but election was (piashed. He m. Margaret . Little
is known of the family.* Children : â€”
2. James-, b. April 13, 1742; soldier of the Revolution.
3. Hannah-', b. P\'b. 23, 1744.
4. Thomas-, b. April 15, 1746.
5. John-, soldier of tlie Revolution.
6. Samuel-, b. March 12, 1751 ; soldier of the Revolution.
1. Pierce-S.^ b. Bosca^ven, Jan. 16, 1829; son of LemuePand
Rhoda (Swett j, and grandson of Silas CalP, of that town. Having
bought the Cutler farm of Lyman Drake, who occupied it for
several years, he came to town Jan. 14, 1869. He m. June 13,
* Much of the history of the Cakhvells, the Caswells, the Dunlaps, the
Thompsons, and other early families, will be found in the chapters embra-
cing the French and Indian and Revolutionary wars.
356 GENEALOGIES : CALL ; C7> MPBELL.
1866, Mary-E., dau. of George-W. and Marilla (Reed) Drake, of
Grafton, N. H., b. May 14, 1884. Children : â€”
3. George-M.^, b. in Boscawen, June 15, 1867.
3. Percy-J.*, b. in Windham, July 17, 1869.
4. Mary-L.^ b. in WindlÂ»ani, July 1.3, 1871.
5. Gracie-R.'*, b. in Windham, Dec. 15, 1872.
6. Harry-B.'', b. in Windham, Jan. 16, 1875.
7. Loui8-D.^ b. in Windham, Sept. 2, 1879.
By tradition, in the time of James the First of England, Sir
John Campbell, of Scotland, was duke of Argyle, am^ assisted at
the coronation of his sovereign. Daniel, a descendant, was
born in 1660, at Argyle, Scotland; settled at Londonderry, Ire-
land, and during the struggle in 1688 and '89, he became an offi-
cer under William, Prince of Orange, participated in the Battle
of the Boyne, which being won, placed William securely upon
the throne of England. He had several children, among whom
1. Henry CampbelP, b. at Londondei-ry, Ireland, 1697; m. in
1717, Martha, dau. of Capt. W^illiam Black ; he was swept in with
that great tide of emigration which was flowing to the shores of
New England. He, with his family, came to Watertown, Mass.,
and soon joined his Scotch countrymen at Londonderry, N. H., liv-
ing on the Turnpike, near Gregg's Mills. In 1733 he bought 240
acres of land in Windham, of John McConihe, upon which his
descendants still live. This land included the present farms of
Henry-C. Crowell, Hiram-S. Reynolds, part of Gardner Robin-
son's farm, ])art of F.-J. Hughes's farm, the place of Charles-K.
Barker, and the farm of Dea. Samuel Campbell. His home was
where Henry-C. Crowell now lives. He d. Oct. 1, 1782 ; ske d,
April 14, 1778, in her 85th year. They are buried in the old
cemetery on the plain. Children: â€”
2. A daughter'^, d. in Ireland ]n-evi()us to their emigration.
3. William-' , 1). in Ireland, 1719 ; d. Jan. 8, 1776, k. 56 yrs.
4. Samuel- , b. in Ireland, 1722; d. Feb. 1, 1797, a\ 75
5. James'-', was a seaman ; d. of yellow fever in London, Eng.,
6. John^ , b. in Ireland, 1727 ; d. 1758, re. 31 yrs.
7. Henry- , h. on the ])assage to America, 1733; d. at
Fletcher, Vt., 1813.
8. Daniel^ [â€¢^'*]? ''â€¢ '" Windham, 1739; settled in Amherst,
1). William- [:}] (Henry'), b. 1719. He settled on the farm
now owned by I< .-J. Hughes, known as the "Poor Farm." He
(JENEALOGIKS : JAMES CAMPBELLS. 357
was selectman in 1749; he in. Mary Gregc^, and d. Jan. 8, 1776;
slie <1. A])!-!! li;"), 1805, jc. 8'J. lie was a soldier in the French and
Indian wars. Ch. b. in Windham: â€”
10. Martha'', b. Dec. Id, 174;"); m. Spear, and settled at
BeniiinEjton, \'t. ; afterwards in Canada.
1 1. ^JoImv^ , b Sept. 5, 1747; d. May 2, 1823, ;e. 7G vrs.
IM, Mary'', d. sintrle, Nov. 1, 1812, in 63d year.
1 li, Hannah^, m. Henry Campbell. (See his family.)
1 1. llenrv' [<)2], d. Oct. 6, 1825, m. 71 yrs.; res. Windham.
ir>. David'* , d. March 11, 1830, in 73d year. Kevolu-
tioiiary soldier; lived upon the James Barker farm.
1(>. James'*. He was a soldier in the Kevolutionary war from
Windham; he was broutjht to the )>oint of death by small-pox
and cam]>-fever ; by trade a weaver. After his discharge he set-
tled in Acworth, N. H. He m. 1779, Anna Blood ; 9 ch.; m. 2d,
Mrs. Anna Nourse; 1 ch.
1. Williams <l- Barnet, Vt., 1809.
2. Molly^, 111. Eliphak't Currier; ch. : Anna-B.^, Eliza^, William'', Amos-
BJ', James"', Adeline'', Emeline'', and Eliphalet^.
.3. Amos*, m. .Jan. 28. 181Â«, Martha, dau. of David Campbell, of Wind-
ham; ch. : Eliza'', m. Kev. William-S. Lewis, of Oberlin, O. ;
Harriet'^, ra. Newton Gage; Anios'', m. 2d, Polly Ingalls.
â€¢i. Anna*, m. John Buell ; d. in Norwich, Vt.
5. Betsey*, m. Jesse Thornton.
6. Sally*", d. single, 18 UÂ».
7. Sophia*, m. Samuel Newman, of Washington ; ch. : Nancy-J.^, m.Rev.
Lorenzo Draper, of Claremont.
8. Minda*, d. young.
9. David*, m. Sylvia Taylor, of Washington; m. 2d, Nancy Parker;
ch. : Moses-D.^ Miranda*, dec, Mi^anda-S.^ Leauder-R.^
George^, James^, George-T.^, Mary-M.^, Emma-C.^
17. DanieP, soldier from Windham in the Revolution. After
his discharge he settled in Acworth, 1785. He m. Jane Wallace;
m. 2d, Ann Houston, of Bedford.
L Henry*, educated at Dartmouth College; went West.
2. Mary*, m. Luther Stuart, of Birlin, Vt. ; ch. : Henry", res. N. Y. City ;
a noted man; Voluey-N.\ had a large family; Carlos-D ^ 4 yrs.
editor JV. Y. Sun; Caroline-J. 6, m Walter Hewitt; Mary-E.^, m.
James Corning, res. Troy, N. Y. ; John-R.Â°, res. Irvington, N. Y. ;
Rosamond-C". m. Nourse, of New York.
5. Charlotte*, m. Sylvester "Deming.
6. Nancy-W.*, m. John Davis.
7. Jane*, d. young.
8. Susannah-H.*, m. T.-M. Dickey, of Acworth; d. 18G6.
9. Thomas-J.*, m. Naomi Terry ; ch. : DanielÂ°, Mary-T.^, Laura*, John-E.^,
Amanda*, Emma*, Cora*.
10. Joseph*, d. 3'oung.
11. William*, m. Nancy Nash, of Gilsum; d. in St. Joseph, Mo., 1851;
ch. : Adoniram-J.* and Rosalba-T.*.
358 GENEALOGIES : DEA. SAMUEL CAMPBELL3.
18. Dea. Samuel-  (Henry^), b. Londonderry, Ireland,
1722; d. Feb. 1, 1797. He was the tirst occiii)ant of the farm
now occupied by his a^reat-grandson, Dea. Samuel Campbell ; his
first house stood near Beaver Brook. He also built the house de-
molished by Deacon Campbell a few years since ; his education was
good, and he was one of Windham's first teachers. He became
prominent in town, and often held positions of trust; he was
clerk from 1761 to 1774 inclusive; presided in eight town-meet-
ings ; selectman in 1744, '51, '65, '66, and '67; was made an
elder in the church during Rev. John Kinkead's mini>try. He
was a soldier of the Revolution. He m. Mary Robinson, b. in
Ireland, and whose mother for 2d husband m. Nathaniel Hemp-
hill; she d. Dec 13, 17y2, in her 70th year. Ch. b. Windham: â€”
19. Sarah^, b. July 24, 1745; m. Robert Moore, killed by
Dickey in a scuffle ; m. 2d, John (?) McConihe, res. Merrimack,
20. Hannah^ b. Feb. 24, 1747; m. Henry, res. Vt.
31. Martha^ b. Oct. 31, 1748; m. John Henry, res. New
33. Mary*, b July 9, 1750; m. her cousin John^, son of Wil-
33. Henry^ b. July 14, 1752; m. ; res. Amherst.
34:. James*^, b. May 1, 1754; m. Rachel Gregg, of Windham;
liveil in Bedford; went there about 1787; had daughters and a
son, SamueP, the father of Rebecea-A. CampbelF, of Nashua.
35. Elizabeth^, b. July 2 (N. S.), 1757; su])posed to have d.
36. IsabeP, b. March 2, 1759 ; m. Houston ; res. in Hills-
borough. No ch.
37. SamueP, b. Dec. 14, 1760; went West; was married; no
38. John* , b. Nov. 3, 1762 ; d. Nov. 13, 1832, a3. 70 yrs.
39. Abner*, b. Nov. 19, 1764; m. Sarah Gregg, dau. Dea.
William Gregg, Oct. 19, 1791; 7 ch.; she d. July 17, 1804, x. 35
yrs. He m. 2d, Elizabeth, dau. of James Betton. of Windliam ;
she d. April 13, 1812; he m. 3d, Annis Aiken, of Bedford, who
d. June 5, 1839. He lived upon the Charles-K. Barker farm in
Windham; removed to Lon<londerry about 1805; was a wheel-
wright; was J. P., selectman, and sheriff, and d. Sept. 25, 1842.
1. MaryS b. Jan. 5, 1792; ni. Jabez Towns, of Loudonderry ; 7 ch. ; d.
"July 22, 1827.
2. Williiim-Crrcs;''*, b. May 19, 1798; lived in Manchester, but removed to
Ilavcriiili, Vt., on a farm, and (L lHr,!>.
'A. Bet.sey^ t). Feb. 2l'>, 179.5; ni. Tlionias ("arleton, of Derry ; d. Sept.
4. Amy*, b. Feb. 7, 1798; m. Jolin Ela, of Loudonderry; she d. Dec. 16,
5. Sally*, b. Jan. 31, 1800; m. Lvraan-K. Cheney, of Derry.
6. John', b. Jan. 19, 1802; lived in Londonderry; d. Feb. 22, 1863.
7. Samuel*, b. July 11, 1804; d. Jan. 13, 1840; unm.
GKNEAI.OCIES : HENRY CAMl'FiEI.Lf. Soi*
30. Isaat'^, \). July 11, ITtiG, settled in Acworth, 1794; in.
Nancy Miller, of Beilford, in 179;"); 7 cli. He m. lid, Fannie
Chattertoii ; in. .'M, Mrs. Susanna Hall.
1. Mattlu'w-M.^, 111. OlivL'-C. Moody, in 1816; cli. : Wilso^^ in. Mary-.I.
.Vllcofk; res. Charlestown ; Abrl^, m. Lizzie Paj;e ; m. 2d, Itacliel
Withain, res. Lowell. .Mass.; \aney\ in. Jacob Hoyce, res. Provi-
dence, K. L; .Mary", in. Hiram Bean, res. Boston; Sarah-J.'', res.
2. Henrys, in. 1822, Alinira Abel ; eh. : Emily", m. William Lewi.s, res.
Nashua; 1 ch. ; in. 2d, Haynes Bachelor, of Nashua; Julia'', m.
Joseph Tasker, res. Nasiiua; Laura"; Maria", in. George Porter,
Nashua; Mary-J.", in. John Clark; Henry", d. young.
."5 Horace^ in. 182.5, Sarah Grout; ch. : Mary-G.", m. Charles-B. Cuin-
mings, of Acworth; Sarah-.\.'', m. Henry Silsby ; Nancy'', m.
Rev. C. Dingman; Freeniau-H", in. Henrietta Grout; Sylvester'',
m. Maria Manson ; asst. surgeon 16th N. H. Vols. ; d. iu La. ;
4. Mary', m. Joseph Barney ; m. 2d, .\l)e] Bailey.
5. Isaac*, m. 1832, Dorcas Glendenuing; m. 2d, Mrs. Rhoda (Emery)
6. Nancy*, ra. John-G. Paige.
7. Sarah*, m. Zai Peck.
31. John-  (Henry^). He was born in Ireland. He lived
with his father on the home farm where Henry-C. Crowell lives ;
m. Miss Reid, and d. 175S, soon after the birth of his only child.
Child : â€”
3!ii. Henry'*, b. May 8, 1757. He was immediately adopted
by his grandfather, Henry Campbell', the emigrant. In after
years he was familiarly known as "Merchant Henry," which cog-
nomen furnishes a clew to his life-work. He lived and died upon
the Henry-C. Crowell farm. He m. his cousin Hannah, dau. of
William Campbell, and d. Jan. 31, 1835, ae. 77 yrs. Children, b.
in Windham : â€”
1. Mary*, b. Dec. 16, 1782; m. Benjamin March, of Londonderry.
2. Lydia', b. Jan. 8, 1785; m. Feb. 13, 1806, Jesse Crowell. (See Crowell
3. Hannah*, b. May, 1787 ; d. March 8. 1789, as. 1 yr. 10 mos.
4. Betsey*, b. Aug. 1781); d. May 2, 17;)0. a;. 9 mos.
5. Peggy*, b. Sept. 1791 : d. March 14, 1796, ae. 4 yrs. 6 mos.
6. John-Reid*, b. Jan. .5, 1793; d. Oct. 19, 1804, se. 11 yrs. 9 mos. 4 days.
33. Henry-  (Henry'), was b. on the passage to America,
and d. in Fletcher, Vt., 1813; m. Janet Mack and moved to Lon-
donderry, 1765. She d. 1778, se. 48 yrs. Children: â€”
34. Johns ^go], h. in Windham, Aug. 4, 1758; settled in
35. James^ , b. in Windham, June 23, 1759 ; settled in
36. William", b. in Windham, Sept. 26, 1761.
37. David^ b. in Londonderry. No record.
360 GENEALOGIES : DANIEL CAMPBELL'^.
38. CyruB^, b. in Londonderry. No record.
39. Daniel-  (Henry^), b. in Windham, 1739. He m. Jane,
dau. of John Hylands, of Windham. He and his wife started
from Windham in 1761, and with a loaf of bread and a bottle of
rum, went across the country afoot; crossed the Merrimack River
at Thornton's Ferry and reached his log cabin in Amherst, where
they stayed that night, and where he spent his life. Was a man
of an iron constitution, of indomitable will and energy ; was early
commissioned a justice of the peace by the Provincial Governor;
a very accurate surveyor ; laid out several towns in the Northern
portion of Hillsborough County ; was a member of the old County
Congress; was a man of well defined ideas and positive opinions,
leading an active life, and continued to labor on his extensive
fai-ra, which he cleared from the wilderness, until his death, â€”
making a practice of mowing a swatli with his scythe every year,
and holding the plough for a short furrow until his 99th year,
when he finally surrendered at the ripe age of 99 years, 3 months,
and 10 days, being the oldest male inhabitant that ever deceased
in the town of Amherst. Children : â€”
40. Sophia-L.3, b. Fel). 24, 1777; m. Jan. 7, 1804, James
Stockton, of Salem, Mass.; d. Se]>t, 1858; no ch.
41. Jane-Hylairds^, their youngest daughter, m. Nov. 29,
1807, Jonathan Beckett, of Salem, Mass.; d. Nov. 22, 1873, se. 93.
Ch.: Daniel-C.'*, Mary-Jane*, Alfred-H.*, d. a young man; Eme-
43. Daniel, Jr.'', their only son, Avas b. March 26, 1778. He
was a successful scholar, teacher, and farmer ; lived in Amherst ;
was selectman fourteen years ; moderator, representative, director
in the Old F"armer's Bank, and managed all kinds of business suc-
cessfully ; d, ae. 75 yrs. He m, Nov. 19, 1807, Susan Story, of
Dunbarton, who d. se, 63 yrs. Children, b. in Amherst : â€”
43. Sophia-A.S b. Oct. 7, 1808; d. Dec. 21, 1809.
44. Henry^ b. May 4, 1810 ; d. Dec. 7, 1825.
45. Louise-S.^ b. Dec. 9, 1811 ; m. Horace-F. Dinsmore, of
Francestown, Jan. 13, 1842; res. Francestown. Two daughters,
46. DanieP, b. Oct. 13, 1814; d. Oct. 3, 1819.
47. Lucina^ b. Sept. 8, 1816 ; d. Nov. 24, 1S34.
48. SusanS b. Aug. 2, 1818; d. Nov. 10, 1868.
49. Charles- Henry". The Hon. Charles-Henry Campbell
(Daniel, Jr.*, Daniel-, Henry'), fourth generation in descent from
Henry, the Scotch emigrant to Windham, was b. in Amherst,
April 24, 1821 ; received an academical education, commenced
teaching at 16 years of age ; followed teaching aii<i farming several
years, settled on the ancestral farm; m. Ann-Kebecca Tucker,
dau. of Joseph and Lydia (C'rehore) Tucker, of Milford, May 25,
1847; engaged in farming and cattle-dealing in Amheist until
1866, when he removed to Nashua, where he now resides, engaged
in real estate, and as j)ublic salesman of every description of
(]i:XKAL()(;iKS : HON'. ClIAItLKS-H. CAMl'liKIJ.'. :501
property, being the most proiniiieiil auctioiiucr in the State. He
rÂ»'|)reseiite(l the town of Anilierst in the Legishiture in the years
LSotj, '';')7, '58, '(J;i, '04, ami the Seventh Senatorial District in the
State Senate two years, being president of the Senate in 187li,
and elected to the House again in IHS-I. Of his four children
born, only one survives. Child : â€”
50. Col. George-Hylands^, b. in Amherst on the old home-
stead, Sept. "ii!, I8.')<t; educated at Phillips Academy, Andover,
Mass., and at the Harvard Law School ; read law in the office of
Jewell, Gaston & Field, of Boston. Soon after his admission
to the Suffolk County Bar, was apj)ointed private secretary and
member of the staff of Governors Gaston and Rice of Massachu-
setts, iiolding the jtosition four years, and then resumed the
practice of law. Is unmarried.
51. J<)hn='  (William-, Henry^), b. Sept. 5, 1747. He
settled upon the farm near Stone Dam, now owned l>y his grand-
son, Charles-\V. Campbell ; was a Jvevolutionary soldier; m. his
cousin Molly, dau. of Deacon Samuel Camj)bell ; d. May 2, 1823,
;e. 77 yrs. His wife d. May 17, 1831, a-. 81 yrs. Children, b. in
Windliam : â€”
5*-i. Isabella'', b. Dec. 1, 1782; m. Samuel McConihe, and resided
in Merrimack. Ch. : Maria^ b. in Windham, March 15, 1803 ;
53. William^ , b. June 25, 1784; d. July 3, 1862.
54. David-^  (William^ Henry'), b. 1757 (?), d. March 11,
1880, in 73<l yr. He bought, Nov. 22, 1784, one hundred and
forty acres of land of Hugh and Mary Graham, which included
the farm now owned by James Barker, in the west ]Â»art iA the
town. This was the place u|)On which David Camj)bell lived.
He also owned the mills on Beaver Brook, at West Windham;
was the last enlisted soldier of the IJevolution from Windham,
and was lame, caused by being wounded in the service. (See
pp. 93 and 94.) He m. Elizabeth Dickey. Children, b. in Wind-
ham : â€”
55. Rachel-Dickev*, b. July 26, 1789; d. in Windham, Oct.
8, 1853, je. 64; unm.
5(}. Mary\ b. May 1, 1791. She was a person of remarkable
loveliness of character, and was held in high esteem for her many
excellent traits and high religioiis character. She d. July 21,
1819, at the early age of 28 years. A life of her was afterwards
published by Rev. Samuel Harris.
57. Martha*, 1). Dec. 6, 1792 ; m. Amos Campbell, of Acworth,
an<l d. there; 2 ch.
58. David"*, li. Aug. 24, 1796. He succeeded his father upon
the James Barker farm, and died of consumption, June 5, 1839.
He m. Mary Marden, who d. Feb. 3, 1837, x. 36; m. Sept. 14,
1837, 2d, lier sister Mehitable Marden, who m. 2d, Oct. 2, 1842,
862 GENEALOGIES : HENRY (JAMPUELL-i.
2 Eilwin^ d. Dec. 7, 1832, ae. 8 yrs. 6 mos.
3. llarriet-N.s, d. June 7, 1843, oi. 19 yrs.
4. Solomon', d. May (i. 1842, a}. 19 yrs.
0. Martha'', d. Jan. 22, 1843, a3. 17 yrs.
(>. Mary-E.'', d. Aiii^-. 2, 1844, a;. 21 yrs. 3 nios.
59. Jal^es^ b. Auo-. 7, 1799; d. Jan. 23, 1816.
60. Hanlla]l^ b. Jan. 18U1 ; m. Janies-C. Cloyd. (See Cloyd
(>1. John\ b. July 17, 1803; ni. May 29, 1828, Mrs. Hannah
Fairtield. He lived on what is known as the Bartlett Johnson
place, near the Evans t'avra ; the house recently burned ; removed
to Nashua, and was killed by the caving in of a well.
1. James^, res. in New York.
2. John^, drowned in Nashua River.
6J5. Heni-y'*  (William-^, Henry^), lived on the farm of Ids
father, known as the "Poor Farm" ; shoemaker and farmer; m.
Isabel Gregg. He was a soldier of the Revolution ; d. Oct. 6,
1825, ffi. 71. She d. Sept. 27, 182G, se. 62. Children, b. in Wind-
ham : â€”
(J3. William'*, b. Oct. 21, 1791. He never married, and lived
in the house near the "Poor Farm " now occupied by Mrs. Jane
Cloyd. He had a very severe sickness from which he never fully
recovered. This affected his muscles in such a way, that when
he walked he did so in astam])ing and peculiar manner. He took
great interest in politics, and was well versed upon general topics ;
d. Dec. 30, 1861, as. 70 yrs. 2 mos.
64. David^ 1 122], 1). Sept. 28, 1793; went West 1846, and d.
Dec. 4, ixb2.
6.5. Hannah\ b. Nov. 13, 1795; m. Oct. 1, 1822, Jesse Crow-
ell ; d. (See Crowell family.)
66. ]Sâ– ancy^ b. A])ril 4, 1798; m. Feb. 24, 1819, Daniel-G.
Davidson. (See Davidson family.)
67. Daniel-Gregg^ b. March 30, 1801 ; m. ; lived in Charles-
town, Mass., and d. in New Orleans, 1838; no cli.
6,S. John-lieid^ , b. Sept. 1, 1805; d. in Mobile, Ala.,
March 1, 1841.
(>1>. Jenny^ b. Aug. 27, 1803; m. 2d, James-C, Cloy.P. (See
Cloyd family.) Ees. Methuen.
70. Henry-Cyrus^ b. Oct. 3, 1808; a good machinist; went
to sea for many years; returned to Windham, and d. April 2, 1854,
ae. 45 yrs. 6 mos.
71. Jolnr*  (Samuel-, Henry'), b. Nov. 3, 17(i2. He lived
where his fatlier had resided before him, on the farm which his
"â€¢randson, Dea. Samuel CMin|ibe]], now ()ccu))ies. He was an
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active aiitl inlliu'iitial man in the town, and was prominent, being
in positions of public trust for many years. He was town clerk
in IT'jy, 1801, 1805; moderator o"f annual meetings, 1810, '11,
and '14; selectman, 1794, '9;"), 180i>, '04, '06, '08, '09, '11, ':i4;
representative in 181"-', '14, '10, '10, '17, and 'l8. He m. Dec. 25,
1787, Sarah Burns, and d. Nov. 18, 183-J, je. 70 yrs. ; she d. Feb. 26,
1812, te. 45 years; he m. 2d, P\'b. 8, 1814, Sarah Anderson; ch.
b. Windham : â€”
7*^. Kobert-Moor^ , b. Dec. 18, 1789; d. April 24, 1864,
ae. 74 yrs.
73.' Samuel^ b. Feb. 11, 1792; d. of spotted fever, April 2,
1812, ae. 20 yrs. 2 mos.
74. Saliy\ 1). April 2, 1794; in. Dec. 23, 1817, John Carr;
no ch.; he d. M:iy 5, I8b0; she m. 2d, Dec. 22, 1870, Calvin Clark,
of Moretown, Vt. They lived on the Carr farm in Windham,
and he d. Dec. 2, 1871. She still lives on the farm, and tlie years
rest lightly upon her; her stej) is elastic, and her mental faculties
coni|):iratively strong. In her beautiful old age she can look back
with pleasure over a well-s])ent life.
75. JaneS b. May 81, 1796; m. Harvey Carpejiter, of More-
town, Vt. Fearing her house would be swept away in a severe
freshet, she left the liouse with her family and was drowned.
Ch.: Jane^ and Eliza^.
7(5. Sophias b. Sept. 11, 1798; m. Feb. 1, 1821, Calvin
Clark, who m. her sister Sally for his 2d wife; res. Moretown,
Vt. ; ch : SaniueF, Diantlia% Marv-Ann% .Tohn\ and Nathan''.
77. PattyS b. Dec. 10, 1800 ; m. Nov. 5, 1822, David Atwood,
of Francestown ; one son, Hardy^ a physician, m. and moved to