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Elizabeth, m. John Ellis; John; Mary, m. Edward Perry. Edmund the f.
was one of the assistants in the Plymouth Colony from 1640 to 1645, inclusive.
See Freeman Genealogy, pp. 12-24.

2. Edmund, s. of Edmund (1), m. Rebecca, dau. of Gov. Thomas Prence
22 Ap. 1646; she d. and he m. JMargaret Perry 18 July 1651. His chil. were

Rebecca, b. , m. Ezra Perry; Margaret, b. 2 Oct. 1652; Edmund, b. 5

Oct. 1655; Alice, b. 29 Mar. 1658; Rachel, b. 4 Sep. 1659, m. John Landers;
Sarah, b. 6 Feb. 1662, m. Richard Landers; Deborah, b. 9 Aug. 1665, m.
Thomas Landers. Edmund the f. res. in Sandwich, and was deputy at the
General Court of Plymouth seven years.

3. John, s. of Edmund (1), m. Mercy, dau. of Gov, Thomas Prence, and gr.
dau. of Elder William Brewster, 13 or 14 Feb. 1649-50, and had .Mn, b. 2
Feb. 1650-1, d. young; John, b. — Dec. 1651; Thomas, b. — Sep. 1653, dea-
con, selectman, town clerk, and treasui'cr of Harwich; Patience, b. ,

m. Lieut. Samuel Paine 31 Jan. 1682-3; Hannah, b. , m. John Mayo

14 Ap. 1681; Edmund, b. — June 1657; Mercy, b. — July 1659, m. Sam-
uel Knowles — Dec. 1679; William, b. ; Prince, b. 3 Feb. 1665-6, d.

young; Nathaniel, h. 20 Mar. 1669, selectman and town clerk of Eastham,
justice of the peace and judge of the County Court, d. 4 Jan. 1760; Bennett,
b. 7 Mar. 1670-1, m. Deac. John Paine 14 Mar. 1689. John the f. early rem.
to Eastham; he was a captain in 1675, actively engaged in King Philip's War,
and major in 1685; he was also deacon of the church, selectman ten years,
deputy at the General Court seven years, and assistant twenty-four years;

■ sheritr of the county, under the Andros administration, and the first named
judge of the Court of Common Pleas after the union of Plymouth and Massa-
chusetts. His grave-stone in Eastham bears this inscription: " Here lies the
body of Ma.jor John P'reeman, died October y 28"" 1719, in y" 98th year
of his age."i His w. Mercy d. 28 Sep. 1711, a. 80.

4. Edmund, s. of Edmund (2), by w. Sarah, had nine chil., res. at Sand-
wich, and d. 18 May 1720, a. 65.

5. John. s. of John (3), m. Sarah, dau. of William Merrick, 18 Dec. 1672;
she d. 21 Ap. 1696, and he m. Mercy, wid. of Capt. Elkanah Watson of Plym-
outh. His chil., prob. all by his first w., were : John, b. 3 Sep. 16 74, d. young;
Sarah, b. — Sep. 1676, m. Edward Snow; John, b. — July 1678; Rebecca, b.
28 Jan. 1680-1, prob. d. young; Nathaniel, b. 17 Mar. 1682-3; Benjamin, b. —

1 Some writers have supposed that " 98th " he was born in 1622, and that the figures in

should be y3d. As Major Freeman was a the inscription are right. At that day, it

deputy in 1654, when he was only 27 years was ver\' unusual to elect a man as deputy

old, if born in 1627, I am of opinion that before he was thirty years old.



380 FREEMAN.

July 1685; Mercy, b. 3 Aug. 1687, m. Deac. ChilUngsworth Foster; Patience,

b. , in. Eleazar Crosby 24 Oct. 1706; Susaiuudi, h. , m. John INIayo,

Jr., 22 Oct. 1712; Elizabeth, b. , ni. John Bacon, Jr., 2 May 1726; Mari/,

b. , ni. Juilah Berry 1713. John the f. res. near the line between East-
ham (now Orleans) and Harwich (now Brewster), and his death, 27 July 1721,
was recorded in both towns; his head-stone remains in Brewster; his w. Mary
d. 27 Sep. 1721, a. 62.

6. William, s. of Edmund (4), m. Mary Bodfish 6 Dec. 1726, and had
Hannah, b. 13 Sep. 1728, m. Silas Tapper 2 June 1757; Thomas, b. 4 Mar.
1729-30; Rebecca, b. 2 Mar. 1731-2, m. Jonathan Nye, Jr., 18 Mar. 1756, and
rem. to Hk.; William, b. 3 June 1734; Joanna, b. 21 Mar. 1736-7, m. Deac.
Nathaniel Paige of Hk. 13 Sep. 1759; Sarah, b. 26 July 1739, m. Levi Nye
9 June 1767; Elisha, b. 21 Nov. 1741; Joshua, b. 6 Ap. 1744; Mar?j, b. 20
July 1746, d. unm. "at a great age." William the f. res. in Sandwich, and
d. 13 Mar. 1 7«6.

7. Isaac, s. of Edmund (4), m. Deborah Foster of Barnstable 22 Nov. 1733,
and had Ebenezer, b. 19 Aug. 1734; Nathan, b. 19 Nov. 1735; Deborah, b. 2
Feb. 1738-9; Isaac, b. 11 Feb. 1741-2. Isaac the f. res. at Sandwich, and
d. 16 Sep. 1766.

8. John, s. of John (5), m. Mercy, dau. of Capt. Elkanah Watson of Plym-
outh about 1701, and had in Harwich Elkanah, b. 28 Oct. 1702, d. 21 Jan.
1713-14; Sarah, h. 26 Jan. 1704, m. Constant Merrick, pub. 17 Feb. 1726-7,
and rem. to Hk.; Mercy, b. 24 Ap. 1707; John, b. 13 Aug. 1709, rem. to Hk.;
Phehe, h. 28 Nov. 1711; Thankful, b. 6 Oct. 1714, ni. Barnabas Sears 25 Sep.
1732, rem. to Hk. , Elkanah, "b. 6 Feb. 1716-7; Mary, b. 13 Oct. 1719, m.
Roland Sears, pub. 11 Nov. 1738, rem. to Hk.; Eli, b. 27 Ap. 1722; Elisha, b.
21 May 1724; Hannah, bap. 17 Jan. 1728. JoHX the f. rem. from Harwich
(Brewster) to Rochester about 1723, and was styled "deacon" about 1729.

9. Thomas, s. of William (6), m. Phebe Hail 9 Oct. 1752, and had Lydia,
b. about 1754, m. John Newton of Hk. 15 Jan. 1778; William, b. 12 or 22 July
1757; Mary, bap. 16 Sep. 1759; Thomas, b. 1 Ap. 1762; Joshua, b. 10 Ap.
1764; Elisha, b. 3 Oct. 1766; Stephen, b. 16 Dec. 1768. Thomas the f. res.
in Sandwich until 1757, when he bought a farm in Hk., and prob. removed
immediately, as all his children born after that year were bap. in Hk., when
infants, though their births are recorded in Sandwich as well as in Hardwick.
In March, 1 7 75, he rem. to Barnard, Vt.,^ of which town he Avas one of the first
settlers, and both himself and his sons were among the most energetic and dis-
tinguished inhabitants. He d. 29 May 1811, a. 81 (the date on his head-stone
is 1812); his w. Phebe d. 1 Feb. 1806, a. 76.

10. Nathan, s. of Isaac (7), by w. Mary, had in Hk. Jane, bap. 19 July
1761 ; Deliverance, bap. 19 July 1 761, ni. Jonathan Childs 13 Jan. 1 778; Nathan,

b. 30 May 1762; Joseph, h. 1 May 1764, d. • 1767; Sarah Pope, bap. 14

Sep. 1766; Joseph, bap. 13 May 1770, prob. m. Hannah Howard 26 Sep. 1796.
Nathan the f. d. 8 Nov. 1769, a. 34, and his w. Mary prob. m. Nathaniel
Whitcomb, Jr., of Gr. 17 Oct. 1779.

11. John, s. of John (8), m. Joanna Rickett of Plympton, pub. 29 Jan.
1730-1, and had Mercy, b. 15 July 1732, m. Silas Newton of Hk. 9 Nov. 1749
(he d. 7 Dec. 1763, and she m. Leonard Robinson of Bennington 13 Mar. 1 766,
by whom she became the mother of Samuel L. Robinson, who d. in Hk. ix Jan.
1863, a. nearly 96); Watson, b. 25 Oct. 1734; John, b. 17 Sep. 1736; Sarah,
b. 15 Oct. 1737, m. Stephen Gorham 16 Mar. or Ap. 1757; Thankful, b. 13
Nov. 1741, m. Samuel Dexter 25 Nov. 1759 ; Susanna, bap. 9 Sep. 1744; ^lary,
bap. 8 Jan. 1746 ; Eli, b. 3 July 1749. John the f. accouipanicd his father to
Rochester al)Out 1723, and thence rem. to Hk. before 16 Oct. 1748, when he
■was dism. from the ch. in Roch. to the ch. in Hk., being then described as
"deacon." He was a farmer, res. on a farm adjoining the Bane line, on the

1 In a description of Barnard, the ex- in this town by Thomas Freeman and others,

traordinary tale is told that, "At the time of a distance of more than one hundred miles."

the battle of Bunker's Hill — on the 17th of Thompson's I'ermoiU, part iii. p. 7.
June, 1775 — the firing was distinctly heard



FREEMAN — FROST. 381

easterly side of Moose Brook, and taught the school in that part of the town
eight years between 1748 and 1757. He d. 24 Jan. 1804, a. 94; his w. Joanna
d. 29 Mar. 179 7, a. 87.

12. Nathan, s. of Nathan (10), m. Polly, dau, of Col, Stephen Rice, 1 Ap.

1790, and had Hollis, b. ; Nathan, b. 1798, d. 14 Nov. 1800, a. 2;

and perhaps others.

13. Watson, s. of John (11), m. Dorcas Fisk 26 Feb. 1 761, and hadyl /p/teus,
b. 23 Nov. 1767; John, h. 10 Aug. 1769; Elijah, b. 7 Oct. 1770; Watson, b. 2
May 1772; Mercy, b. 14 Mar. 1774; Abigail, b. 8 Mar. 1777; Edmund, bap.
11 July 1779; Eunice, bap. 24 Feb. 1782; and perhaps others before 1767.
Watson the f. and his w. were dism. from the ch. in Hk. to the ch. in Wil-
mington, Vt., 24 July 1785.

14. John, s. of John (11), by w. Mary, had Chloe, bap. 15 F'eb. 1767, prob.
the same who m. Andrew Haskell of Wilmington, Vt., 12 Oct. 1780. Nothing
further ascertained.

15. Eli, s. of John (11), m. Mary Rice of Barre 26 Mar. 1767; she d. 9 July
1812, a. 60, and he m. Lucy, dau. of Amaziah Spooner, 22 July 1813. His
chil. were Rachel, b. 10 Sep. 1769, m. Abel Stowell of Pet. 5 July 1792; Sam-
uel, bap. 2 Oct. 1774, d. young; Hannah, bap. 5 May 1776, d. young; Hannah,
b. 14 Nov. 17 78, m. Reuben Newton of Pet. 18 Feb. 1800; Mary, bap. 24 Feb.
1782, d. unm. 27 Jan. 1800; Samuel, b. 7 Ap. 1786; Luther, b. 19 Mar. 1790,
m. Hannah King of Barre, pub. 24 Nov. 1810. Eli the f. d. 10 May 1816 ; hia
w. Lucy d. 4 Jan. 1849, a. 93.

16. Hollis, s. of Nathan (12), m. Margaret Gray 20 Feb. 1822, and had
Joseph Allen, bap. 2 Feb. 1823; Sapphira, bap. 31 Oct. 1824; Henry Deven,
bap. 20 May 1827. Removed from Hk. early.

17. Samuel, s. of Eli (15), m. Abigail Rice 23 Ap. 1807; and had Wash-
ington Rice, bap. 17 Nov. 1813, m. Sarah Fobes of Oakham, pub. 31 Jan. 1830;
Mary Rice, bap. 17 Nov. 1813, m. David P. Bond 22 Mar. 1831; John Phi-
lander, bap. 17 Nov. 1813; Samuel Henry, bap. 21 Sep 1817, d. 11 Aug. 1818;
Rebecca, b. 1825, d. 18 June 1830, a. 5. Samuel the f. d. — July 1825.

18. Dan, Jr., pai-entage not ascertained, m. Sally Mason, pub. 10 Sep.
1812, and had a child b. , d. 27 Jan. 1813.

Nancy, m. Asaph Cleveland, pub. 20 Dec. 1824. Julia Ann A., of Oak-
ham, m. AYalter Mandell, pub. 15 Dec. 1828. Hiram, m. Olive Chamberlin
of Ware 11 Dec. 1834. Susan, m. Daniel W. Fairbanks of Cincinnati 25
June 1832. Dr. Nathaniel, of N. Sal., m. Sarah E. Hemenway, pub. 6 May
1843. Hannah, d. 22 Aug. 1826.

French, Samuel, m. Lydia, dau. of Capt. Daniel Warner, 23 Feb. 1775,
and had Lydia, b. 12 July, 1775, m. Charles Paige 20 Sep. 1795; Samuel, b. 5
Mar. 1779, m. Tabitha, sister of Loi-enzo Dow, erected at his own expense
a Fi-ee Church at Hardwick, Vt., and d. in 1848; see Vt. Hist. Mag. i. 325;
Daniel, b. 18 Jan. 1781 ; Polly, b. 5 Oct. 17 Si; Jonathan Warner, b. 28 June
1787; Justus Warner, b. 20 Ap. 1793; Fordyce, b. 13 Ap. 1795. Samuel tlie
f. rem. with his family, in March 1799, to Hardwick, Vt., of which town he
'and his sons were active and useful inhabitants. He d. 17 June 1832, a. 78;
his w. Lydia d. 28 Aug. 1814, a. 54.

2. Lemuel, m. Sally P. Luce, pub. 30 Mar. 1789, and had Lemuel, Sally,
Timothy, all bap. 20 Aug. 1794; Has/cell, bap. 5 June 1796; Bartlett Luce, bap.

10 June 1798; a child b. , d. 16 March 1800; William, bap. 7 June 1801;

Jotham, bap. 12 Aug. 1804. Lemuel the f. rem. to Westford, Vt., about
1809.

3. Timothy, s. of Lemuel (2), by w. Betsey had Orin Ruggles, bap. 1 June
1820, d. 15 Aug. 1822, a. 6; Almond, bap. 1 June 1820.

Samuel, of Craftsbury, Vt., m. Polly Ruggles 17 July 1796.

Frink, Peter, by w. , had Patty, bap. 20 Ap. 1777.

Frost, William, m. Harriet, dau. of Theophilus Hastings, 5 Feb. 1843;
she d. 29 June 1845, a. 40, and he m. her sister, Henrietta Hastings, 22 Sep.
1846. The birth of only one child is found on record in Hk. : Henrietta,
b. 15 Dec. 1843, m. Alonzo L. Alden 15 Ap. 1868. William the f. was b.
in Hubbardston, and d. 21 Ap. 1867, a. 66.



382 FROST — GRIFFIN.

2. Okin D., by w. Sophia, had Benjamin Franklin, b. 19 Nov. 18G9.

FuYK, Nathaniel, by w. , hail a child d. 9 Oct. 1831, a. 6 days; a dau.

d. 25 Sep. 1838, a. 3. Nathaniel the f. d. 12 Mar. 1838, a. 38.

Benjamin, d. 30 Dec. 1851, a. 88. Olive, w. of Jedediah, d. 20 June
1843, a. 72. AuRiLiA, m. Ira Miller 27 Mar. 1824 ; and Martha, m. Ira
Miller 12 May 1830.

Fuller, Thomas, m. Lydia, dau. of Col. Timothy Paige, 26 Nov. 1778,
and had Martin, b. 6 June 1780, m. Letitia Duncan of Hancock, N. H., and
d. at Ilardwick, Vt., 18 Oct. 1816 (his son, Thomas James Duncan, was
several years a member of Congress, and d. at AVashington, D. C, in 1876);
Thomas, b. 24 Mar. 1782, m. Sally House, was a merchant in Enosburg, Vt.,
deacon, and repi-esentative in the General Court, d. 23 Feb. 1860 (his dau.,
Cordelia H. L., m. Dr. Horace Eaton, Governor of Vermont) ; Lydia, b. 6
June 1784, m. Daniel Weld; Malinda, b. 3 Feb. 1787, m. Charles Stevens, and

d. Feb. 1857; a son b. 7 Mar. 1789, lived five days; Timoihij Paige, b. 30

Mar. 1790, m. Rebecca Duncan of Hancock, N. H., was a farmer in Hard-
wick, Vt., representative, justice of the peace, judge of the County Court,
and d. s. p. 21 July 1854; Austin, b. 13 Ap. 1792, m. Betsey Maynard, the
first white child born in Bakersfield, Vt., was a merchant and manufacturer,
representative, justice of the peace, and judge of the County Court. He rem.
from Hardwick, Vt., to Bakersfield about 1815, to Enosburg in 1822, and to
Saratoga, N. Y., in 1866, where he d. s. p. 24 Sep. 1870; Francis Enos, b.
20 Mar. 1794, a farmer in Hardwick, Vt., m. Martha Worcester of HoUis, N.
H., who d. 9 Sep. 1824, and he m. Hannah Worcester of Hollis. He d. 24
Feb. 1869 ; Rebecca Paige, b. 29 Ap. 1796, m. Alvin House of Enosburg, and
d. — Sep. 1872; John Washington, b. 4 Jan. 1799, d. 15 Aug. 1803. Thomas
the f. rem. to Westminster, Vt., about 1786, and thence to Hardwick, Vt., in
1798. The first church in that town was organized in his house, and he was
its first deacon. He endured his share of privation in the infancy of the town,^
and afterwards shared bountifully in its prosperity. He d. 1 Dec. 1823; his
w. Lydia d. 8 July 1810, a. 55.

2. Edward J., was pastor of the Calvinistic Church from 3 Nov. 1835 to 22
Mar. 1837. By w. Anna C. he had Edward Francis, bap. 8 Jan. 1837.

Mrs. Temperance, of Barre, mother of Thomas (1), m. James Lawton,
pub. 14 June 17 72. William, of N. Br., ra. Mercy Powers 3 Dec. 1767.
Sarah, of Middleborough, m. William Oliver, pub. 25 Feb. 1770. Mercy,
of Oakham, was pub. to Edmund Willis 26 Feb. 1775, and again pub. 23 Feb.
1777. ]Mrs. Lucretia, d. 5 Feb. 1873, a. 81.

Gale, Elisha, by w. Mary, had Elisha, h. 21 Nov. 1767; Rhndn, b. 4 June
1769.

Gardner, Benjamin, by w. Nancy, had Walter R., b. 28 Aug. 1843.

Sarah, m. Lemuel Gilbert 3 Nov. 1816. Roxana, m. Anson Ramsdell,
28 Aj). 1820. Martin, m. Clarissa Ruggles 7 Feb. 1821. Sarah Jane, m.
Harvey Gage of Ware 9 Feb. 1852. Benjamin O., m. Sarah P. Peck 7 Dec.
1853.

GiBBEN, Peter, m. Sarah Green 7 Dec. 1751, and had Elizabeth, b. 7 Nov.
1752; Peter, b. 1 Aug. 1754; Lemuel, bap. 22 Oct. 1758.

GiBBs, Jacob, of Quobbin, m. Bethiah Bacon 13 Mar. 1753, and had in
Hk. JJaniel, bap. 3 Sep. 1755.

Abraham, of Quobbin, m. Kezia Atwood, pub. 10 Mar. 1743-4. Isaac,
killed in the army, 8 Sep. 1755. Uriah, m. Lucy Townsend of Gr. 3 Mar.
1766.

GiFFiN, Simon, m. Abigail Higgins 24 Mar. 1761, and had Edward, b. 3
Dec. 1761; James, b. 22 Feb. 1764 ; David Dodge, b. 8 Sep. 1766, d. at Og-
densburg, N. Y., in Mar. or Ap. 1840.

1 "In 1798 Thomas Fuller came to settle numbered eleven. Tliere was a stone fire-
in Hardwick witli his wife and children, place in the centre of the house, and a hol-
For si.>c months, he, with a family of eleven, low log for a chimney." Vt. Jlist. Mag.,
occupit'd a log-house, 24 feet square, with i. 325.
Mr. William Cheever, whose family also



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2. JoHX, a drummer from the beginning to the end of the Revohitionary
War, m. Mary Weeks 7 Sep. 1769, and perhaps m. (2d) Kezia Smith 22 July
1783. His chil. were: Calvin, b. 11 Mar. 1770; Janet, h. 4 Sep. 1773; Luther,

b. 23 Mar. 1775; Abner, b. Sep. 1777; Anson, b. 17fS7, a painter and

a famous drummer, m. Anna, dau. of Paul Paige, 30 May 1809, rem. to Hard-
wick, Vt., and afterwards to N. Brk., where he d. 9 Aug. 1870, a. 83; and
perhaps Fanny, b. , who m. Willard Clark 25 Mar. 1810.

3. Abneu, s. of John (2), m. Polly Stratton of Gr., pub. 3 May 1801 ; she
d. 4 Sep. 1811, a. 29, and he ra. IVIary (or Mercy) Wicker, pub. 20 Dec. 1813,

who d. at Ware 29 Jan. 1865, a. 80. His chil. were : Alma, b. 1802, d.

26 Nov. 1809, a. 7; John W., b. 1804; a child b. 1810, d. 12 Nov.

1815, a. 5 ; James F., b. about 1823. Abner the f. d. 4 Nov. 1836,

4. John W., s. of Abner (3), m. Achsah Berry 25 Dec. 1834, and had
William H., b. about 1852, John W, the f. d. in Barre 20 May 1874, a. 69
years and 9 months,

5. James F., of AVare, s. of Abner (3), ra. Elvira A, Newton 12 Dec. 1848,
and had Eliza Augusta, b. 3 Aug. 1856, m, William A, Newton of Dana 8
Dec. 1875,

6. William H., son of John W, (4), m. Eliza J, Stevens 29 June 1875, and
had Grace Elizabeth, b. 7 Mar. 1877,

Mary S., m. Erastus P. Giffen of N, Brk,, 12 Ap, 1842, Lauriston, of
Barre, m. Mary L, Conkey 9 Ap. 186 7.

Gilbert, John, by w, , had Jemima, bap. 23 May 1 756.

2. David, Jr., of N, Br,, m, Esther Jenney 23 Mar. 1758, and had in Hk.
Esther, b. 1 Ap. 1763; Cornelius, b. 10 Mar, 1765; Susanna, b, 16 Feb. 1767.

3. Timothy, b, 25 Jan, 1747, m, Martha Rogers, pub. 13 Oct. 1771, and had
Timothy, b, 13 Mar. 1772; Charles, b. 5 Ap. 1773, m. Lydia Warner 25 Feb.
1796; Joseph, b. 1 May 1774; Patty, b. 20 Feb. 1776, m. Gamaliel Collins 21
June 1798; Rhoda, b. 12 Ap, 17 78, m. Seth Pebbles of Gr. 25 Sep, 1803;
Polly, b. 13 Feb, 1780, m, Ebenezer Collins, pub, 28 Sep. 1800; Mehetabel, b,
7 Aug, 1781; Lemuel, h. 1 Aug, 1783, m, Sarah Gardner 3 Nov. 1816; Abner,
b. 20'Mar, 1785; William, b, 14 Jan. 1787; Jason, b, 19 Jan. 1789; John, b, 11
Ap, 1792, m. Fanny Cummings 26 May 1816, selectman two years, rem. to
Prescott, and d, 4 Feb. 1862. Martha, the mother of this large family, d.
30 Jan. 1824, a. 77.

4. Lemuel, prob. brother of Timothy (3), d. 9 Mar. 1817, a. 68; his w. Be-
thiah d. 28 May 1816, a. 70, and he m. Sarah Gardner. 3 Nov. 1816.

5. Joseph, s. of Timothy (3), m. Sally Wheeler of Gr., pub. 21 June 1801,

and had Loring, b. 1802, m. Rachel Warner, 5 May 1831, and d. at Ware

15 Aug. 1868, a, 66; Hiram, b, 1808, d. at Southampton 26 Oct, 1874, a.

66.

6. Alanson, m. Ammadulce, dau. of Sylvanus Cobb, pub. 18 Sep. 1825, and
had Alanson A., b, 6 Mar. 1827, Alanson the f, d, 3 Ap. 1827, a, 31; his
w. Ammadulce d, at Charlestown 18 May 1881, a. 93.

Joseph, died in the army 4 Nov. 1755. Jonathan, of N. Br., m. Sai'ah
Amidon 5 Jan, 17 79, Jacob, of N, Br,, m. Anna Dexter 7 Oct. 1794. Per-
sis, m. John Dexter 29 July 1821. Sophronia, m. Newcomb Cleveland 17
Feb. 1824. Tilly, m. Sarah Holmes of N. Br., pub. 7 Nov. 1825, Mary E.,
dau. of Theron H., b. about 1840, m, Charles H, Barnes of Westminstei-, pub.
18 Nov. 1861.

Gitchell, David (otherwise written Getchell), by w. , had David,

bap, here 26 May 1735, by Rev. Timothy Ruggles of Rochester, ^ before Mr.
White was settled,

2, Robert, by w. ■, had Esther, b. 19 July 1737,

Glazier, Isaiah, m. Hannah, dau. of William Thomas, 8 Nov. 1738, and
bad 'Thankful (twin), b. 8 Aug. 1739, d. young; Submit (twin), b. 8 Aug.

1 On the fly-leaf of his Church Record, Isaiah son of Nathan Carpenter, and David,

Rev. Mr. Kuggles entered the following son of David Getchell; all of Lambstown,

memorandum: "26 May 1735. I baptized now Hard wick." The last two words were

Hannah, daughter of Stephen GrifKih, also added at a later time.



384 GLAZIER — GOODSPEED.

1739, m. Elisha Gilbert of Oakham 26 Nov. 17G8; David, b. 1 Mar. 1741-2;
Olive, h. 16 Mar. 1744; Joseph and Benjamin (twins), b. 31 Jan. 1745-6;
T'hankful, b. 10 Mar. 1747-8, m. Stephen Kice 23 Oct. 1770; Jonathan, b. 13
May 1751, ni. Azubah Nye 23 June 17 74; William, b. 1 Sep. 1753; Benjamin,
b. 20 June 1757. Isaiah the f. was living in 1761; his w. Hannah d. 20 June
1759.

2. David, s. of Isaiah (1), ra. Sarah, dau. of Ezekiel Pratt, 6 Feb. 1766,
and had Hannah, b. 20 Sep. 1766; Ezekiel, b. 12 Ap. 1769.

Rev. Joseph, m. Hannah W. Wilson of Southbridge, pub. 11 Ap. 1834.

Gleasox, Nathaniel, m. Sarah Johnson 14 Jan. 1771, and had Nathan-
iel, b. ; Salhj, b. , m. John Gallond of Pet. 11 June 1804; John, b.

25 Feb. 1783; Joel, h. 15 July 1785; Alexander, b. 31 Oct. 178 7. Nathan-
iel the f. d. 19 June 1806, a. 62; his w. Sarah d. 28 May 1807, a. 59.

2. Nathaniel, s. of Nathaniel (1), m. Lucinda Gleason of Pet., pub. 5
May 1800, and had Horace, h. 30 Aug. 1801, grad. W. C. 1828, lawyer and
justice of the peace many years in Boston, d. at Maiden 18 May 1877. Na-
thaniel the f. rem. to Pet., where he perhaps had other children.

3. John, s. of Nathaniel (1), m. Luthera, dau. of David Allen, 18 Nov.
1813, and had Charlotte Eliza, b. 3 Sep. 1814, m. Rev. John H. Willis 24 Nov.
1833; Charles Allen, b. 6 Jan. 1817; Mary Ann, b. 13 Dec. 1819 or 1820;
Henry, b. 25 Feb. 1823; Louisa Z., b. 9 Feb. 1831; Sarah F., b. 1 Mar. 1833,
m. Nelson Amsden, res. in Hk. ; Helen R., b. 3 Feb. 1835. John the f. rem.
to Dana about 1825, and d. 17 Mar. 1845; his w. Luthera d. 3 Oct. 1875, a.
80.

4. Joel, s. of Nathaniel (1), m. Sarah Whipple, pub. 24 June 1811, and
had Alexander W., b. about 1814, and perhaps others. Joel the f. d. 26 Sep.
1823.

5. Alexander W., s. of Joel (4), m. Mary Williams of Dana, pub. 9 Jan.

1835; she d. , and he m. Mrs. Mary Ryan 4 Feb. 1867, and had Daniel

Willard, b. 18 Aug. 1867. Alexander W. the f. d. in Ware 17 Ap. 1869, a.
55.

6. James H., parentage not ascertained, by w. Charlotte, had James Henry,
b. 15 Sep. 1849; Frederick Wilson, b. 6 Ap. 1853; a daughter b. 19 Mar.
1856; Frank Leslie, b. 16 June 1862.

Henry F., b. in Lee, d. 18 Ap. 186 7, a. 43. Ebexezer W., m. Bethia
Richai'dson, pub. 10 Mar. 1849 she d. 14 Jan. 1854, a. 55. Charles A., of
N. Br., m. Lizzie, dau. of Joel Dwight Mandell, 17 Nov. 1875.

GooDALE, Joseph, m. Abigail Warden of Pet. 15 Aug. 1780, and prob. d.
not long before 23 Jan. 1801, when Mrs. Abigail Goodale's child d. a. 3
months and 14 days.

Aaron, of Salem, N. Y., m. Betsey, dau. of Benjamin and Elizabeth Rug-
gles, 9 Feb. 1802.

GooDENOW, Jonathan, by w. Hannah, had Hannah, b. 8 Sep. 1744, m.
Aaron Powers 10 Mar. 1768; Elizabeth, b. 20 July 1746. Jonathan the f. d.
12 Ap. 1750, and his w. Hannah m. Ichabod Stratton, Jr., 1 July 1755.

2. Benjamin, m. Ruth Sanderson of Sudbury 23 Mar. 1762, and had Lydia,
h. 11 July 1 763; Benjamin, b. 11 Feb. 1765; Ruth, b. 4 Ap. 1767, m. John Car-
ter of Gr., pub. 15 Mar. 1790; Luke, h. 11 Sep. 1768; Anna, bap. 8 July
1770.

Elizabeth, m. Isaac Abbott 14 Aug. 1760.

GooDSPEED, Edward, prob. from Barnstable, m. Judith, dau. of Thomas
Winslow, 19 Oct. 1764, and had Elizabeth, bap. 24 Nov. 1765. No further
trace found.

2. SiiEAR.jASHUB, perhaps brother of Edward (1), m. Elizabeth, dau. of
Capt. Benjamin Ruggles, 20 Nov. 1766, and had Alice, b. 20 Feb. 1767;
Rhoda, b. 19 Nov. 1769, m. Philip Amidon 27 Nov. 1788; Anna, b. 31 Aug.
1775; Jocktan, b. 13 Mar. 1778; Seth, h. 11 May 1780. Shearjashub the f.
was a Revolutionary soldier, and prob. rem. fr. Hk. before 1800.

Martha, of Barnstable, m. Samuel Winslow 12 June 1760. Abigail, of
Barnstable, m. Caleb Nye, Jr., pub. 24 Mar. 1771. Nancy, m. Cyrus Perry,
pub. 28 June 1795. John, m. Mary Billings 31 Dec. 1807.



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Gore, William N., m. Sarah M. J. Cleveland, pub. 11 Feb. 1851, and had
a dau. b. 14 Nov. 1852; Almon Cleveland, b. 5 May 1858; Ecer-t Edward, b.
28 May 1860; Charles Clarence, b. 22 Nov. 1862.

Chester, ni. Cynthia M. Forbush 12 Nov. 1845.

GoRiiAM, Stephen, prob. of the Barnstable family, m. Sarah, dau. of Dea.
John Freeman, 16 Mar. 1757, and had John, b. 4 Jan. 1759; Joslah, h. 12 June
1760; Stephen, b. 19 July 1762; Silas, b. 19 Ap. 1764, m, Cynthia Hanmer,
pub. 24 Oct. 1784, and had a child, who d. (infant) 26 Jan. 1797; Joseph, b.
13 Feb. 1766; Darid, b. 17 June 1768, m. Jane Luce 8 Aug. 1791, res. in
Barre; ChaUis, b. 23 Feb. 1770: Joanna, h. 6 June 1771, ni. Mayo Luce of Pet.
1 July 1793; Priscilla, b. 26 — 1773; Eli, b. 10 May 1775.

2. John, s. of Stephen (1), m. Mary, dau. of Capt. Samuel Dexter, 3 June

1784, and had Tliomus, b. 1784, m. Hannah Utley 12 Dec. 1811, and d.

in Barre 15 Dec. 186 7, a. 83; Susan, b. , m. Natlian Taylor, pub. 27 Nov.

1806 ; John, bap. 10 Feb. 1805 ; Salli/ and De La Fayette, both bap. 24 Mar.
1805. John the f. d. in Barre 24 Ap. 1847, a. 88.

3. Stephen, s. of Stephen (1), ni. Lettiee, dau. of Samuel Thurston, 6
Nov. 1798, and had Hiram, b. 30 Aug. 1799, m. Mary M., dau. of Sylvanus
Taylor, 26 Nov. 1829, and d. at Worcester 15 Ap. 1880; Lewis, b. 15 Mar.
1801, d. at Springfield 26 Jan. 1868; SaUij Weston, b. 20 Ap. 1803, m. Beals
Thomas, pub. 21 Oct. 1837, d. 19 Dec. 1857; Lucinda, b. 15 Mar. 1805 ; Ches-
ter Field, b. 16 Mar. 1807; Joseph Warren, b. 21 Mar. 1809, d. at Springf. 18
July, 1855; William Osman, h. 10 Oct. 1811, d. 29 June 1812; William Os-

man, b. 19 Sep. 1814, d. at Athol 7 Nov. 1869 ; a child b. , d. 27 Jan.

1817, a. 3 days; Elhridge, b. 8 Ap. 1818, d. at Worcester 19 Nov. 1858.
Stephen the f. d. 7 Jan. 1825, a. 62 ; his w. Lettiee d. 22 Ap. 1831, a. 55.



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