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the homestead, and d. 16 July 1838, a. prob. about 97. His age is erroneously
written 99 on the Town Records, and 100 on his gravestone in the new ceme-
tery. Saefamili/ of Samuel (4). His w. Elizabeth d. 13 (or 14) Dec 1826, a.
nearly 84. Her age, like that of her husband, is overrated on the records as
85, and on her gravestone as 86.

10. Barnabas, s. of Daniel (6), m. Martha, dau. of Doct. Medad Pomeroy of

Northfield, 1793, and had Mary Ann, b. 30 Jan. 1795, m. Martin Paige of

Hk. 20 Aug. 1817, and d. at Providence, R. I, 27 Jan. 1875; Frederick' A., b.
12 Mar. 1798, m. Lucy Bent, and res. in Framinghara; Martha, h. 16 Ap.
1800, m. Russell Hayes of Brattleboro', Vt., 13 June 1837, and d. — Aug.
1872; Daniel, b. 7 Mar. 1802, ra. Sally Tillottson of Northampton; Julia, b. 13
Aug. 1804, m. Doct. George Wright of ^lontague; Medad Pomeroy, b. 30 Jan.
1809, d. at New Bedford. Bakxabas the f. grad. B. U. 1791, was a mer-
chant, and town treasurer in Northfield many years until about 1805, when he
rem. to North Hampton and afterwards to Chesterfield, where he d. 14 Nov.
1824; his w. Martha d. 16 May 1845.

11. Timothy, s. of Daniel (6), m. Alinda, dau. of Samuel Hopkins, pub.
10 Nov. 1805, and had Dwight, b. 31 Jan. 1806; Adeline, b. 10 Aug. 1807, m.
James S. Davis of Warren, pub. 3 Jan. 1840, and d. 8 Jan. 1883; Samuel, b.
24 May 1809, d. at Auburn, N. Y., — Jan. 1873; Timothy Rugcjles, b. 16 Ap.
1811, rem. to California. Timothy the f. was a farmer and res. on the home-
stead; he was an assessor four yeai's, and major of militia. He d. 19 May
1812; his w. Alinda d. 5 or 6 Aug. 1832, a. 48.

12. Samukl, s. of Daniel (6), m. Rebecca, dau. of Doct. W. Cutler, 7 Sep.
1811. He res. near the Old Furnace, at the place marked with his name on
the R. ]\Iap. In company with Harmon Chamberlain he was for many years
engaged in the manufacture of iron-ware at the Furnace, and also managed a
store of English and West India goods. Being possessed of a comp(.-tent es-
tate, however, he did not apply himself very closely to business, but he was a
laborious, and persistent fox-hunter; partly, as some supposed, for pleasure,
and partly to prevent excessive corpulency. He was much engaged in public
affairs, being a selectman nine years, assessor fourteen years, and representa-
tive three years ; he was also justice of the peace, and colonel of militia.
Some of his later years were spent in Greenfield, and afterwards in Worces-
ter, where he d. s. p. 13 May 1868, a. nearly 89 ; his w. Reb'.'cca d. at Green-
field 30 July 1864, a. 76 ; both were buried in the new cemetery in Ilardwick.

13. Elijah, s. of Asahel (9), m. Abigail, dau. of John Jenney, 24 Ap. 1796
and had Martha Eddy, Daniel (d. at Ware, 31 July 1873, a. 71), Lewis,
James RoUnson, and Sarah Robinson, all bap. 12 Sep. 1810. They had also
Lucius, b. 1797, d. 8 Oct. 1803.

14. SxKi'nKX, s. of Asahel (9), m. Elsa ; no record of children. He

d. (of a cancer in the face) 11 Feb. 1817 ; his w. Elsa d. 11 Oct. 1822, a. 50.

15. David, s. of Asahel (9), m. Betsey, dau. of Capt. Seth Pi^irce, pub. 6
Ap. 1806, and had Elizabeth Reirce, b. 19 May 1807, m. David ElUs of Ware



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19 Dec. 1849, d. 30 May 1877; Hannah Robinson, b. 9 Oct. 1808, m. Hiram
P. Lee of Palmer, 15 Sep. 1841 ; David Paige, b. 30 June 1810, res. in Wai-e;
Seth Peirce, b. 1 Auo;. 1812; Iluldah Sampson, b. 28 Aug. 1814, m. Hiram W,
Leonard 23 Feb. 1834; ]\[anj Aim,h-AYt. 18 June 1820; d. nnm. 21 May
1842; William Robinson, bap. 18 May 1821, and d. same day; Lucius Flagg,
bap. 19 Dec. 1822, a physician in Barre; and perhaps others. David the f.
was a physician, with a considerably large practice in Hk. and Ware. He
res. on the homestead, and d. 15 Oct. 1833 ; his w. Betsey, d. 1 Feb. 1857,
a. 75.

16. Silas, s. of Asahel (9), m. Roxana Parkhurst of Pet. 3 Dec. 1809,
and had Elizabeth F., b. 2 Dec. 1812, m. Wm. Augustus Warner 24 May
1832, and d. 11 May 1878. Silas the £. i-es. about three miles north of the
meeting-house, at the place marked with his name on the R. Map, but spent
his last years with Mr. and Mrs. Warner. He d. 3 Feb. 1876, a. 92 years,
four months, and nine days, being then the oldest person in the town; his
w. Roxana d. 11 Nov. 1870, a. 82.

17. DwiGHT, s. of Timothy (11), m. Ann J., dau. of Franklin Ruggles, 31
Dec. 1834, and had Mary Ann, b. 31 Oct. 1835, m. William D. Cummings of
Waterbury, Conn., 18 Sep. 1855, and d. at Brooklyn, N. Y., 8 Feb. 1882.
DwiGHT the f. was a farmer, res. a few years on the homestead, and after-
wards near the meeting-house. He was an assessor five years, selectman
three years, and a justice of the peace. He d. at Brooklyn, N. Y., 23 Nov.
1881, and was buried here; his w. Ann J. d. 11 Jan. 1864, a. 50.

18. Seth Peirce, s. of David (15), a farmer, res. on the homestead, by
w. Rebecca F., had Henry Peirce, b. 13 Nov. 1852; Lizzie Ella, b. 25 Dec.
1856, ra. Herbert J. Feltou 15 Oct. 1879; Willie F., b, 27 Aug. 1860, d. same
day.

JSIary, ra. John Jackson of Paris, Me., pub. 5 Jan. 1806 ; Mary, m. John
Goodspeed 31 Dec. 1807. Elizabeth, m. Reuben Tyler 3 Ap. 1831. Mary,
m. Andrew Wood, Jr., 2 Feb. 1873. Stephen R., b. in Hk., d. at Springf.
27 Jan. 1848, a. 30.

Blackmer, William H., by w. Harriet, had Mary A., b. 1848, d. unm.

24 Dec. 1869, a. 21; Charles //., b. ■ 1852, d. 7 Dec. 1869, a. 17; Emory W.,

b. 1854, d. 24 Dec. 1869, a. 15; Frederick Wdlie, b. 10 Ap. 1858 ; George

Albert, b. 26 Mar. 1860; Herbert, b. 11 Feb. 1862. William H. the L," a.
farmer, res. on the Pet. road, at the place marked " D. Allen " on the R. Map.

2. Augustus D., by w. Rachel Jane, had a son b. 3 Sep. 1859; Charles
Sumner, b. 12 Aug. 1864. His w. Rachel Jane d. 30 Oct. 1864, and he m.
Ellen Patrill, pub. 3 May 1867.

David, m. Mrs. Abigail Cobb, 13 Oct. 1823.

Blair, John, by w. Ann, had James, bap. 23 Oct. 1748; Lucy, bap. 6
Feb. 1750-1.

James, of Western, ra. Mrs. Sarah Robinson 26 Mar. 1805.

Blake, Joseph, formerly a merchant in Boston and Hingham, rem. to Hk.
in or soon after 1763, and was one of the owners of a forge and saw-mill at
the place now known as Gilbertville. He rem. to Rutland about 1770, and in
1779 returned to Hingham. While at Hardwick he had Joseph, bap. 13 Sep.
1767, grad. II. C. 1786, lawyer in Boston, d. in Jamaica 10 July 1802; George,
bap. 16 Ap. 1769, grad. H. C. 1789, was an eminent lawyer in Boston, where
he d. 8 Oct. 1841; and at Rutland, Francis, said to have been born 14 Oct.
1774; he grad. H. C. 1789, at the remarkably early age of fifteen years, if the
reputed date of his birth be correct, and became one of the most eloquent ad-
vocates at the bar of the county; he died at Worcester 23 Feb. 1817.

Bolster, Eastman, by w. Mii-iam, had Charles, b. about 1806, d. at Bos-
ton 2 Mar. 1851, a. 45; Salome, b. about 1813, m. Edmund Yokes of Barre 3
May 1832, and d. 10 Sep. 1858, a. 45; Moses L., b. about 1818, m. Rebecca
Rich of Barre 26 June 1836, d. at Wore. 23 July 1864, a. 45 years 8 months;
a child b. — Jan. 1822, d. 15 Feb. 1822 ; Joel H., b. about 1827, d. at Wore.

18 Ap. 1849, a. 22; a child b. , d. — Feb. 1828. The following chil.

were prob. of the same family: Sally, m. Hervey Brown of Ware 27 Sep.



340 BOND — BRADISH.

182G ; AuriUa, m. Hervcy Thresher of N. Br. 5 Dec. 1826; Mnnj Eliza, m.
Lewis Shuiuway of Barre 17 Aug. 1834; William A., m. Mary Bigelow of Ox-
ford, pull. 7 Ap. 1842. Eastmax the f. came to Ilk. before 1822, was a
laborer, and res. on the east road to Gilbertville, at the \)\&cq marked with his
name on the II. Map. His w. Miriam d. in 1841 a. 59.

Bond, David, d. 13 Feb. 1847, a. 68 ; his w. Susanna d. 30 Sep. 1833, a.
58. The following may have been their chiL: David P., m. Mary R. Freeman
24 Mar. 1.S31; Simtnna C, m. Dorice D. Rogers 1 Dec. 1831.

Joiix B., of Worcester, m. Eliza Hathaway 13 Nov, 1834. Benjamin of
Ware, m. Arathnsa Bowcn 5 Oct. 1837.

BoNXEY, William, m. Fanny Crowell of Brk., pub. 17 Feb. 1817, and had

Melita, h. 1818, m. Isaac H. Hoyt of Brk. 27 May 1846 ; Isaac S., b.

1824; Christina, b. 1833, m. George L. Watkins of Washington, D. C.

11 Mar. 1858. WiLLiAM the f. d. 10 Sep. 1852, a. 65; his w. Fanny d. 8
Nov. 1863, a. 73.

2. Isaac S., s. of William (1), m. Olive Eaton of Ware, pub. 7 Nov. 1846;
she d. 16 Sep. 1857, a. 33, and he m. Mrs. Paulina Fish 10 Mar. 1864. His
chil. were Manj, b. 26 Nov. 1847 ; Clarissa (or Marj/) Ella, b. 26 Nov. 1849,
d. 5 Jan. 1850; Mary E., b. 2 Mar. 1851, d. 8 June 1851; Fanmj Maria, b.
16 June 1852.

Ruth, m. Abiel Stetson of Chesterfield 24 Feb. 1767. Luke, m. Mercy
Thomas 5 Nov. 1772. Pollt, m. John Kent of Brk. 24 Feb. 1801. Hannah
D. of Chesterfield m. Ruggles Smith, pub. 16 Mar. 1838.

BoAVEN, Sylvester, m. Abigail Rich of Ware 19 Aug. 1804, and had

Sylvester, b. ; prob. Eliza, b. , m. Anson Warren of Tewksbury 23

Dec. 1829; prob. Arathnsa, b. , m. Benjamin Bond of Ware 5 Oct. 1837,

2. Sylvester, s. of Sylvester (1), m. Mary Eaton of Ware, pub. 27 Feb,
1830, and had Henry, b. 11 Ap. 1844.

]\Ioses, d. 6 June 1830, a, 79,

Bradish, Robert, was of Cambridge as early as 1635. By his w, Mary he

had Joseph, b, May 1638; his w. d. Sep, 1638, and he m. Vashti

, by whom he had several chil. and d. 1659.

2. Joseph, s. of Robert (1), was in Sudbury, 1662, Framingham, 1672,
and returned to Cambridge about 1678. By w, Mary he had Mary, b, 10 Ap.
1665, m. John Green, 22 Nov. 1684; Sarah, b. 6 May 1667, prob. d. young;
Hannah, b. 14 Jan. 1669-70, m. Edward Mai'rett, and d. 9 Ap. 1754; Joseph,
b. 28 Nov. 1672, supposed to be the pirate who was sent to London, 16;»9, and
executed; Ruth, ni. Thomas Ford of Marshfield 5 Ap. 1711 ; John, b. 18 Sep.
1678; James, b. about 1680. Joseph the f. d. before 2 Ap. 1725, when part
of his estate in Cambridge was sold by Mary, Hannah, and John, of Canib.,
James of Westborough, and Ruth of Marshfield, described as " children of
Josej)h Bradish, late of Camb! yeoman, deceased."

3. James, s. of Joseph (2), rem, to Marlborough, m. Damaris Rice, 16

June 1708, and had Hepzihah, b. 1709; Sarah, b, 1711; Robert, b,

1712; Mary, b. 1715; James, b. 1717; John, b. 30 Aug. 1719;

Jonas, b. 7 Aug, 1724; Sarah, b. about 1727, d. 27 Aug. 1740 ; An)ia, h. 6
June 1729, ])rob. m. John Green of Ilk. 7 Nov, (or 7 Dec.) 1751 ; Joseph, h.

26 Feb. 1731-2, d. 28 Aug. 1740. James the f. seems to have res. a short
time in Westborough, and d, 13 Feb. 1768, a. 87; his w, Damaris d, 25 Dec.
1769, a. 81,

4. John, s, of James (3), purchased a farm in the northerly part of Hk.
19 Nov, 1742, being then a resident in Grafton. He m. Mary Gre(!n of South-
borough, pub, 12 jNIay 1746, and had Sarah, b. 21 June 1747, m. Joseph Nye

27 Dec. 1764; Hannah, b. 4 Sep. 1748; John, b 25 Sep. 1750; James, b. 21
Oct. 1752 ; Mary, b. 13 Aug. 1754 ; Dinah, b. 8 Nov. 1757; Ruth, b. 13 June
1760; Joseph, b. 15 Dec. 1762. John the f. was a cordwainer, and deacon of
the cliurch; traditionally di.^tinguished for the plainness of his apparel; ^ rem.
with his family to Cunniiington in 1778,

1 It was related by those who knew him, great-coat in its place with a leather strap
that Deacon Bradish often wore liis leather instead of buttons.
aprou to church on Sunday, and kept his



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5. John, s. of John (4), m. Hannah, dan. of Capt. Joseph Warner, 4 Mar.
1773, and bad Calvin, b. 26 Dee. 1773; C/iloe, b. 29 Ap. 1775; Charles, b. 20
Ap. 1778; and in Cumnun2;ton, Sarah, b. 25 Sep. 1781; Luther, b. 15 Ap. or
Sep. 1783, grad. W. C. 1804, a lawyer, Lieut.- Governor of New York four
years from 1839, and President of the N. Y. Historical Society, d. 30 Sep.
1863 ; Rowena, b. 30 Sep. 1786. JoHX the f. rem. to Cumraington, soon after
the l)ii-th of his son Charles, and was subsequentlj- a colonel.

Brady, Michael, ni. Rosanna Devlin, pub. 5 Nov. 1856, and had
Michael John, b. 7 Oct. 1857 ; Mary Jane, b. 15 May 1860 ; Peter, b. 12 May

1862 ; Margaret, b. 19 Feb. 1864 ; James, b. 2 May 1867 ; Fanny Lucretia,
b. 15 Aug. 1869, d. 13 Aug. 1871. Michael the f. d. 26 Aug. 1873, a. 52.

BuKEX, Daxiel, m. Bridget Wrin, pub. 9 July, 1862, and had Margaret,
h. 28 Feb. 1863 ; Mary, b. 19 Nov. 1864 ; Henry, h. 2 June 1867 ; Jolw, b.
22 Oct. 1868 ; Daniel Andrew, b. 26 July 1871 ; JDavid Humphrey, b. 15 June,
1874.

BuEXNAN, Philip, m. Ellen Carroll 25 June 1871, and had Philip, b. 28
Dec. 1877; John, b. 11 Sep. 1880.

BuiDGE, Samuel (s. of ]\Iatthew, who d. in Lexington 29 May, 1738,
gr. s. of ]\Iatthew, who d. in Lex. 28 Ap. 1700, and great-grandson of Deac.
John, who d. in Cambridge about 1665), m, Susanna, dau. of Nathaniel
Paige of Bedford, 9 Ap. 1734, and had Samuel, b. 6 Jan. 1735; his w.
Susanna d. 16 Jan. 1735, and he m. Martha Bowman 27 Ap. 1738, by whom
he had eleven chil., and d. 8 June 1791, a. 86.

2. Samuel, s. of Samuel (1), m. Hannah Johnson of Gr., pub. 19 Aug,
1760, and hud Joshua, b. 20 Dec. 1761 ; Susanna, b. 24 Feb. 1763; Bezaleel
(called Barzilla on the Record of Baptisms), b. 21 Nov. 1764 ; Hannah, b. 11
Jan. 1766 ; d. 22 Jan. 1767; Hannah, b. 26 Ap. 1767 (perhaps the same as
Anna, who m. Daniel Robinson of Monson 28 Ap. 1788) ; Samuel, b. 1 May,
1768. Samuel the f. inherited land in Hk. under the will of his grandfather
Paige, who died 2 Mar. 1755, and res. here as early as 1760. He prob. rem.
to Wilmington, Vt., about 17 79.
J Sarah, m. Aaron Woods of Gr. in 1786.

Bridges, Isaac, Jr., m. Deborah, dau. of Sylvanus Cobb, 27 Jan. 1795,
and had Eliza Augusta, b. 29 May, 1795, d. num., at the town farm, 12 Aug.
187 7 ; Benjamin Franklin, b. 14 Ap. 1797; Willard Moors, b. 26 July, 1798 ;
Mai-tin Kinsley, b. 1 Aug. 1800; Jonathan Fletcher, b. 20 Aug. 1802. Isaac
the f. prob. rem. from Hk. ; his w. Del)orah d. at Deerfield 3 i\Iay 1860, a. 86.

2. P^lijah, m. Cornelia K. Hervey 1 Aug. 1861, and had Nettie Cornelia,
b. 27 Oct. 1866.

Mary, m. John Barr, Jr., of N. Br., 15 Sep. 1789. Eunice, m. Sylvanus
Taylor 19 Nov. 1801. Betsey, m. William Lawrence 25 Mar. 1804. JoxAS
m. Hannah Ross 16 Feb. 1806. Josiah, d. 26 Nov. 1793, a. 20.

Brimhall, Sylvaxus, m. Triphena Johnson 14 Sep. 1783, and (2d) Lucy
Lincoln 3 July 1810 ; he res. in Barre at the time of his first marriage, and
perhaps had chil. there; by his second w. he had Lucy Lincoln, Ell/ridge
Farr, Susan Ann, all bap. 8 Oct. 1820; Mary King, bap. 29 Sep. 1822. Be-
sides these he names in his will, dated 10 Sep. 1839, Nathaniel, Joel Johnson,
and "in distant parts of the United States," St/lvanns, Joseph, and Triphena,
wife of Elijah Hartwell, also sons Aaron and Caleb, deceased. Sylvaxus
the f. res. on the turnpike, at the place marked " S. Brimhall " on the R. Map,
and d. 18 Sep. 1839, a. 82; his w. Lucy d. 27 Feb. 1847, a. 59.

Carolixe J., m. David Fish of Wore. 6 Jan. 1853.

Bkowx, Luke (s. of Luke, an innholder in Worcester, who d. 6 Nov. 1776,
a. 30, and gr. s. of Luke, also an innholder in Worcester, who d. of small-
pox 14 Ap. 1772, a. 58), m. Bathsheba, dau. of Gen. Jonathan Warner, 8
June 1798, and had Mary Brimmer, b. 6 July 1799, d. num. at Chicago,

1863 ; Bathsheba Warner, b. 9 Sep. 1801, m. Luman Scott, res. at Amh. ;
Harriet Warner, b. 21 Nov. 1803, unm. res. (1878) at Belchertown ; Elizabeth

Follelt, b. 5 June 1806, m. James Hill, res. at Worthington ; Luke, h. ,

res. at Chicago, d. 23 Oct. 1871, on board a steamer as he was ascending the



342 BROWN — BRUCE.

Mississippi River on his return from New Orleans. He left wife and chil.
LuKK the f. jrrad. H. C. 1794, was a law^-er, settled in Hk. before his marriage,
and rem. soon after 1806. After a checkered life, he d. at Enf. about 1835 ;
his w. IJathsheba d. at Sprin<j;f. 1855.

2. Moses, of Ware, m. Mercy, dau. of ]\Iaj. James Paige 10 Dec. 1807,
and res. in Ware. One of his chil. Avas James N., who res. in Hk. a deacon
of the church, and warden of the almshouse.

3. EsECK, m. Anna Waters, pub. 2 Ap. 1809, and h&A Julia Ann, b. 10
Mar. 1810,

4. Sklleck Osborx, of Fitchburg, ni. Harriet K. Whipple 1 May 1845,

and had Charles A., b. 1847, d. 9 Ap. 1849, a. 1 yr. 9 mo. His w. d. 18

Sep. 1847, a. 23, and he m. Mary Maria Whipple 5 June 1850, at which time
he res. in Hartford, Conn.

Betsey, m. A^'incent Newland 6 Sep. 1820. Sabrina, m. Daniel J. Con-
verse, pub. 23 Jan. 1826. Sarah, m. Alex. Brown, Ashford, pub. 24 Ap.
1826. Lucy, m Hiram Newland 30 Mar. 1831. Irene, m. Nathaniel Topliff
23 Jan. 1833. Huldah, d. 20 Dec. 1854, a. 72.

Browning, James, rem. from Rutland to Hardwick about 1827, with w.

Alice, and c\\\\. Fidelia F., b. 1818, m. David A. Dean 22 June 1842,

and (2d) John B. Aiken 25 Feb. 1858 ; Adeline S.,h. 1820, m. William

E. Proutv, of N. Brk. 17 Oct. 1855 ; Daniel, b. 1822, d. 8 June 1851, a.

29 ; William, b. 1824 ; Franklin, b. 1826, d. 17 July 1852, a. 26 ;

he had in Hk. diaries, twin, b. 24 June 1828, d. 1 May 1830 ; Frederick,
twin, b. 24 June 1828. His w. Alice d. 22 July 1829, a. 35, and he m. Lucy
P., widow of Orin Trow, 26 Nov. 1829, by whom he had Lucy, b. 16 Oct.
1830, m. William A. Perry 13 Nov. 1850 ; Charles ^., b. 8 June 1832 ; Harriet
E., b. 21 Nov. 1834, m. Harmon C. Spooner 14 Nov. 1855, and d. 11 July

1860; James E., b. . James the f. was a farmer, res. several years on

the old turnpike, at the place marked with his name on the R. ]\Iap, and
afterwards a few rods northwesterly from the Common. He was a selectman
three years, and d. 4 Nov. 1871, a. 82 years and 9 months.

2. William, s. of James (1), m. Harriet J., dau. of Joseph Robinson, 5
Ap. 1849, and had Franklin Joseph, b. 11 Nov. 1852, ni. Fannie, dau. of
Frazier Paige, 15 June 1876 ; Ellen Maria, b. 18 Feb. 1856, m. Timothy
Paige 11 Nov. 1874. William the f. was a farmer, an assessor two years,
and^d. 16 Mar. 1858, a. nearly 34 ; liis w. Harriet J. m. Albert E. Knight, 5
Ap. 186G, and d. 16 Sep. 1869, a. 39.

3. Frederick, s. of James (1), m. Mary Ann Witt 29 Mar. 1859, and had
Harriet Smith, b. 7 Nov. 1860. Frederick the f. d. 2 Ap. 1861, a. 32 ; his
w. Mary Ann d. 27 Jan. 1862, a. 25.

Bruce, John, with his w. Temperance (Packard), from Rutland, was ad-
mitted to the church here 1 Oct. 1789. They had Charles, d. 10 Mar. 1791,
a. nearly 5 years; Chester, d. 13 ]\Iar. 1791, a. 2 years and 6 months; also
(named in the father's will, dated 19 May 1811, and proved 7 Dec. 1824)
Joseph, John, Levi, Winslow, Timothy, and Packard. John the f. was a
farmer, and res. near Barre, at the place marked " T. Bruce" on the R. Map,
where he d. 13 Oct. 1824, a. 78 ; his w. Temperance d. 30 Sept, 1834, a. 85.

2. Joseph, s. of John (1), m. Mary Trow 28 Ap. 1799, and had a child
who d. 26 May 1803, a. 9 months and 23 days.

3. John, s. of John (1), res. in Springfield, and m. Mrs. Betsey Nye 19
May 1813.

4. Timothy, s. of John (1), m. Sally Kimball, pub. 10 Sop. 1812, and had
Elmira, b. 12 June 1813, m. J. Rhodes INLayo of New York (one of the
jurv which convicted "Boss Tweed"); Timolhy Packard, b. 30 June 1815,
ni. 'Maria Richmond 3 Mar. 1836; Asa Kimball, h. 7 Feb. 1817, m. Eli::abeth
C. Hammond of Pet., pub. 14 Mar. 1839 ; Charles Emerson, b. 4 Feb. 1819,
grad. A. C. 1845 ; John Augustus, b. 22 Feb. 1822; Scdli/ Louisa, b. 18 IMar.
1820, m. Chester R. Chaffee, and d. at Springfield — Ap. 1860; Mercy
Willia7ns, b. 20 Nov. 1827, m. Rev. Asa INIann, pub. 31 Mar. 1848, and d. 27
Au<». 1882 ; Mary Ann, b. 27 Feb. 1829, m. Benjamin Merriam of Ashtabula,



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and (2d) Prosser of Windsor, Conn. ; Julia, b. , m. Dr. J. M. Foster

of Sprinojfield ; Henrij James, b. , prrad. A. C. 1859, missionary in India,

Timothy the f. late in life rem. to S[)rino;field.

Buckley, Thomas, m. ]\Iary IMaek, pub. 8 Jan. 18G2, and had John, b.
30 Oct. 1862; Cornelius, h. 10 July 1865 ; Jlfdry Anastasia, b. 27 July, 1867;
Catherine Johanna, b. 27 May 1870. William Thomas, b. 1 June 1864 ; Timothy
Edward, b. 4 Sep. 1876.

Burgess, Luther (a descendant from Thomas, who was in Sandwich
1637, and d. there 13 Feb. 1685, a, 82), m. Alice Southworth, and had Luther,

b. about 1776 ; Joseph, h. , a mariner, impressed into the English navy,

wounded in the Battle of the Nile, and after a long absence returned to Hk.,
where he was with some diHiculty recognized ; he was pub. to Achsah Thayer
of Gr. 24 Mav 1819, had a dan. Alice, and d. at Fairhaven, Mass. ; Mary, b.
in Hk. 3 Ap.'l780, m. Jacob Earl 4 Oct. 1798, and d. 24 May 1850 ; prob.
Abigail, b. about 1784, d. 27 Sep. 1791, a. nearly 7 years. Luther tlie f.
was a shipmaster, sailing from New Bedford, but rem. his family to Hk. be-
fore 1780 ; he d. at sea about 1786 ; his w. Alice m. Benjamin Estabrook 12
Oct. 1787, and d. 3 May 1807, a. 57,

2. Luther, s. of Luther (1), m. Bathsheba Turner 24 Dec. 1797 ; she d. 16
May 1802, a. 26, and he m. Sarah Carpenter 21 July 1805. His chil. were
Luther, b. 19 Mar. 1798, a farmer, m. Prudence Earl of N. Br., pub. 25 Mar.
1822, rem. to Sturbridge, and d. 25 Mar. 1871 ; Joseph, b. 18 Nov. 1799; Na-
thaniel S., d. 6 June 1802, a. 7 mo.; Baihshebn, b. 14 Jan. 1806, m. Joseph

Cleveland, pub. 12 Sep. 1825, and d. 5 Nov. 1881 ; infant, b. , d. 26 Feb,

1808 ; infant, b. 28 Mar. 1809, d. 4 Ap. 1809; infant, b. — Feb. 1810, d, 31
May 1810; Samaniha, b. 28 Nov, 1811, d. unm. 11 Sep. 1852, having exhib-
ited extraordinary patience and cheerfulness under long-continued suifering
and disability ; Daniel Soulhworth, b. 9 Nov. 1814, a mason and builder, res. in
Wore. ; Alice Southworth, b. 5 May 1817, d. unm. 2 May 1838; Alvin Terry, b. 31
July 1819, a mason and builder, res. in Wore; Martha Howe, b. 10 Oct. 1821 ;

Elizabeth Ann, b. 12 Feb. 1824 ; child b. , 1826, d. 14 Ap. 1827, a. 1 year.

Henry Mortimer, b. 5 Feb. 1828; Edivin Kilburn, b. 3 Oct. 1830. Lttther
the f. res. many years at the place marked with his name on the 11, Map, and
d, 12 Ap. 1843, a 67 ; his w. Sarah d, 6 Oct. 1848, a. 65.

3. Joseph, s. of Luther (2), m. Thankful Taber of Providence, pub. 29 Jan.
1831 ; she d. 2 Ap. 1840, a. 41, and he m. Hannah, dau. of Capt. Peter Mayo,
5 Sep. 1841. His chil. were Joseph A., b. 25 Sep. 1833; Samuel T., b. 25 Sep.
1835, d. 23 Mar. 1836 ; Frederick W.,h. 25 June 1842, m. in Uxbridge, Sarah
Washburn — Nov. 1866; Alice A., b. 18 Sep. 1843, m. Frank W. Millett of
Portland, Me., 30 May 1874; Sarah Elizabeth, b. 19 Jan. 1845, d. 10 Jan.
1846; Elizabeth, b. 20 May 1846 ; William M., h. 25 Dec. 1847, m. Nelly Nev-
ens — Jan. 1873, res. in Wore. ; Daniel S., b. 19 Sep. 1850, d. 21 July 1851;
Sarah S., b. 25 April 1852, m. Lewis Peckham of Pet, 7 Aug. 1870. Joseph
the f., a shoemaker and deacon, res. near the Common on the Pet. road, and for
more than forty years was bell-ringer for the town; he d. 20 July 1879, a. 79,

BuRSLEY, Mary, d. unm. 9 Oct. 1791, a 28. Hannah, m. Seth Buggies
22 Nov, 1792,

Burt, Lsaac, by w. Lydia, had Lydia, b. 29 Jan. 1797; Isaac, b. — 1798,
d. 11 Ap. 1877, a. 78 years and 6 months; Mary B., b. about 1806, d. unm.
12 Oct. 1880, a. 74, Lydia, wid. of Isaac, d. I'i Ap. 1857, a. 84.

2. Ebenezer, s. of Ebenezer, was b. at Norton 9 Mar. 1766. He m. Lucy

Stacy of Taunton, 19 Nov. 1789, and had, in Norton, Lucy, b. , m. John

Ellis 15 Ap. 1817, and d. 19 Sep. 1832, a. 42 ; Nabby, b. , m. Thomas El-
lis, 11 Ap. 1820; Eunice, b. , m. Marshall Durkee ; and in Hardwick,

Nancy, b. 19 Ap. 1797, m. Jacob Thomas of Shutes. 5 Nov. 1837, and d.at N,
Sal. 2 Ap. 1852; Ebenezer, b. 19 May 1799; Abel, b. 10 Oct. 1802, d. 23
July 1803. Ebexezer the f. rem. from Norton to Hardwick in 1796, and was
pastor of the Baptist Church and Society until 19 Nov. 1827. While here he
res. in the southwest part of tlie town, at the place marked " Mr. Burt" on
the R. Map. He rem. to Ware, and thence to Athol where he d. 25 Nov,
1861. His w, Lucy d. 26 or 27 Feb. 1828, a. 67.



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3. Ebexfzer, s. of Ebenezer (2), m. Lutliera, dau. of Joseph Robinson of
Stamford, Vt., ])ub. 13 ]\Iar. 1825, and bad Lutliera R., b. G Ap. 1826, d. 23
Oct. 1834. Ebexezkk the f. d. at Ware 20 May 1850; his w. Luthera m. Job
Fry of Atbol 15 Ap. 1851.

Jonx, of Spvinirf., m. Bath?heba, wid. of Jonathan Warner, 4 June 1765.
Leonard, of Westminster, Vt., m. Susanna Fay 19 Dec. 1790. Polly, ni.
Solomon Ruimles 8 ]\lar. 1803.

BuTTKKFiELD, AnEL, m. Susanna Forbush 7 Ap. 1785.

2. A.4RON, bv w. Mary, had Hosea, b. 1796, m. Ahnira Town 11 Ap.

1820, and d. at'Gr. 5 Mar. 1851, a. 54 y. 5 mo ; Mandell, b. 1798, d. at

(ir. G Feb. 1856, a 57 y. 7 mo.; and perhaps Benjamin, b. about 1814, d. at
Brighton 7 Feb. 1856, a. 42.

Byam, Joseph, by w. Sarah, had Sally, b. 3 Sep. 1775. He sold his home-
stead in the southwest part of the town, 6 Nov. 1775, and rem. to Barnard, Vt.,



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