Lucius R. (Lucius Robinson) Paige.

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Antis, m. Setli Hinkley, pub. 25 Aug. 1822. Mrs. Ruth, m. Dr. Convers
Cutler, pub. 9 July 1824. Jason, ni. Anna Newcomb 12 July 1827, and d.
at Barre 23 May 1881, a. 84. Mary Ann, m. Daniel B. Hinkley of Bucks-
port, Me., pub. 8 Ap. 1830.

Gould, Samuel, by w. Alice, had Levi, b. 22 Ap. 1763.

2. Haffield, b. in Milbury, res. in Wore, where his w. Judith d. 1808, a.
25, and in Pelham, where his w. Betsey d. 8 July 1815, a. 35 ; he then rem.
to Hk., and m. Lydia, dau. of Lemuel Ruggles, 2t) Oct. 1817. His chil. were :
Ira P., h. about 1814 ; Henry Brigham, b. 7 Sep. 1818; Austin, b. 21 Dec.
1819, m. Arathusa C. Powers 16 Oct. 1851, and d. 31 Aug. 1864; Jonathan
Leiois, b. 21 Sep. 1821, d. 27 Feb. 1823; Orin, b. 9 Dec. 1823; Cordelia, b.
20 Nov. 1827, m. John J. Newcomb, pub. 13 Mar. 1857. Haffield the f.
was a farmer, res. on Ruggles Hill, at the place marked " H. Gould" on the
R. Map, was selectman fourteen years, and d. 21 Sep. 1856, a. 78; his w.
Lydia d. 10 Mar. 1850, a. 67.

3. Ira P., s. of Haffield (2), was a school-teacher, member of the school
committee nine years, rem. to Ware, where he d. 15 Nov. 1861, a. 47; Mrs.
Martha ]\L Gould, prob. his w., and dau. of Arba Hastings, d. at Ware 19 Ap.

1850, a. 31. .

4. Henry B., s. of Haffield (2), m. Nancy M., dau. of Joseph D. Dexter,
6 May 1847, and had Ella Maria, b. 9 Sep. 1851, d. 13 Mar. 1858; Nancy
Maria, h. 18 June 1859, d. 26 June 1859; Henry Brigham, b. 23 July 1860,
d. 30 July 1860. Henry B. the f. was a selectman seven years, and d. 8
July 1863 ; his w. Nancy M. m. Joseph C. Paige 2 Nov. 1865.

5. Oren, s. of Haffield (2), m. Sarah A., dau. of Stillman Clark, 25 Nov.

1851, and had Sarah Alice, b. 13 Oct. 1858, m. Joseph S. Hillman 3 May
1882; Anna Emma,h. 31 May 1861; Lura Adelia, b. 8 Feb. 1865. Oren
the f., a farmer, res. on the turnpike, at the place marked "]\Ir. Browning "
on the R. Map; his w. Sarah A. d. 25 Feb. 1878, a. 48, and he m. Mrs.
Sarah H. Jones of Prescott, dau. of Benjamin Aiken, 16 Sep. 1879.

Olive, m. Joseph D. Dexter 15 Nov. 1818. Joseph A., m. Relief Shum-
way of Pet. pub. 18 Jan. 1839.

Granger, Daniel, had w. Catherine, who d. 25 Mar. 1825, a. 38, and he

m. , dau. of Jonathan Mead. His chil. were: Willia7n F., b. about 1806;

25



386 GRANGER — GREEN,

John 11., b. aliout 1808, d. at Boston 20 Jan. 1859, a. 50 ; a child b. 1814,

d. 20 Oct. 1815, a. 10 months; Henry II., b. about 1817 ; Timothy D., b.

1819; Catherine, h. about 1822, d. 31 Oct. 1831, a. 9; and perhaps others.
Daxif.l the f. wns a jiainter, and res. at the Furnace Village.

2. WiiLiAM F., s. of Daniel (1), m. Elizabeth K.Mead, sister of his father's
second wife, 26 Xov. 1829, and had Helen J., b. about 1841, ni. Josiah White
26 May 1863; and prob. others. William F. the f. d. 12 Feb. 1864, a. 57;
his w, Elizahelh K. d. 14 June 1879, a. 68.

3. Henry II., s. of Daniel (1), m. Lucy M. W^oodward 30 Mar. 1837, and
had Henry C, h. about 1840, a soldier in the war of the Rebellion, killed in

battle at Willianisliuro:, Va., 5 May 1862; Katie, b. , ni. John King;

Francis Wil.^on, h. 24 Mar. 1845, d. 23 Mar. 1846; Louis E., b. ; Cairie

Louisa, b. 22 Mar. 1853 ; Leslie ]\Iansoii,h. 30 July 1855; and perhaps others.
Hknky H. the f. was a painter, and res. in the Hinkley house, at the north
end of the Common. He performed faithlul and honorable service as a lieu-
tenant in the war of the Rebellion, was wounded in the battle at Hatcher's
Run, Va., 27 Oct. 1864, and d. three days later (30 Oct.), at City Point, a.
47. He was buried in the new cemetery, with public ceremonies.

4. Timothy D., s. of Daniel (1), m. Ruth Carter 4 June 1844, and had
Lydia Jane Josephine, h. 20 Ap. 1845; George W., b. 22 Nov. 1850; Louisa
Lilian, 20 June 1852. Timothy D. the f. d. at N. Brk. 20 June 1867, a. 48.

5. Danikl (2(\), m. Emily Moulton 16 June 1837, and had Emily Ann, h.
10 July 1838; Rebecca Bardwell, b. 2 Sep. 1840, d. unm. 12 Mar. 1858; Ella
Charlotte, h. 13 Jan. 1843; Susan Elizabeth, b. 1 Aug. 1846 ; Daniel Franklin,
b. 9 Dec. 1848, d. 4 Oct. 1857; Sarah Robinson, b. 19 Feb. 1851. Emily
the mother d. 11 Dec. 1855, a. 40.

6. William P., m. Samantha M. Stone 28 Oct. 1852, and had Lizzie Jose-
phine, b. 3 Mar. 1856; Nellie M., b. — Feb. 1859, d. 31 Oct. 1865; Cora
Louisa, b. 28 Nov. 1861, d. 13 June 1865. Samantha M. the mother d. 9
Feb. 1865, a. 29.

Ann Mauia, m. Joseph Robbins, pub. 23 Nov. 1851.

Grant, Philip Rosax, by w. Susan, had Susan, b. about 1783, d. unm. 25

Mar. 1813, a. 30; prob. Llannah, b. , m. Nathan Robinson 16 Oct. 1804 ;

Philip, b. about 1787; Joseph, b. 1790, d. 6 July 1791, a. 1 year, 4

months; prob. Susanna, b. , m. Samson Presho, pub. 4 Nov. 1808; Lu-

cinda, b. 1792, d. 8 Aug. 1795, a. 3 ; and perhajis others. Philip the f.

is understood to have been a Hessian soldier, captured with Burgoyne's army.
He d. 2 Jan. 1812, a. 52.

2. Philip, s. of Philip (1), m. Lucy Allen, 2 Nov. 1809; she d. 2 Feb. 1837,
and he m. Lucy, dau. of Eli Barnes, 28 Feb. 1839; she d. 26 Jan. 1846, a. 60,
according to the record. His chil. were: Electa, b. 20 July 1811 ; Lucy, b. 15
June 1813, d. unm. 10 Aug. 1835; Lewis, b. 31 Mar. 1815, m. Susan ]\I. Davis
of Falmouth, pub. 16 Sep. 1845 ; Georqe, b. 20 June 1817; Hannah Robinson,
b, 15 Mar, 1820, d. unm. 15 Dec. 1838; Susanna, b. 21 Sep. 1822; Philip, b.
9 Feb. 1825; Esther Elizabeth, b. 14 May 1827, m. Luther Smith 21 July

1847; Harriet, b. 16 Sep, 1830, ni. Cowles, and d. at Chicopee, 12 July

1870; Joseph, b. 9 Oct. 1832,

Abigail, m. Horace Stone, 14 Ap. 1822.

Grkkn, John, prob. s. of Thomas, and b. in Shrewsbury 2 Mar. 1726, m,
Anna Bradish 7 Dec. 1751, and had William, b. 21 Sep. 1752; John,h. 3 May

1754. John the f. was a tanner and a soldier. He was killed in battle 8 Sep.

1755. In his will he made provision for his wife and two children, and also
for his mother ]\Iary. His w. Anna prob. m. Stephen Fisk of Gr. 29 June
1758. Mary, of Southborough, who m. John Bradish, pub. 12 May 1746,
and Sarah, who m. Peter Gibben 7 Dec. 1751, were prob. his sisters.

2. Larkin, ni. Elizabeth Rose, pub. 15 Feb. 1756, and had Thomas, h. 16
Ap. 1757; Josiah, h. 26 Sep. 1758.

Dr. John, of AVorcester, m. Mary, dau. of General Timothy Ruggles, pub.
19 Mar. 1762. Solomon, of Leicester, brother of Dr. John, m. Elizabeth,
dau. of Colonel Timothy Paige, 29 Dec. 1763; she d. 1 Ap. 1802, a. 59. Ben-



GREEN — HANMER. 387

jAMix, m. Hannah, dan. of James Robinson, 31 Aug. 17G4. Ebexezer, m.
Elizabeth Doane of Brk., pnb. 5 Nov. 1798. John, m. Asenath Burden 29
Jan. 1801. Bex.tamin, m. Eliza Barrows, pub. 29 May 1813. Thomas R.,
of Bel., m. Persis M. Nye 9 May 1844. Lucretia, m. James Jackson 2 Ap.
1848. Mrs. Hannah, d. 25 May 1750.

Griffith, Stephen, by w. Hannah, had Stephen, b. 20 Mar. 1720-1 ;
Nathaniel, b, 24 Feb. 1722-3 ; Elnaihan, b. 9 Feb. 1724-5; Hannah, bap.
in Hk. by Rev. Timothy Ruf^gles 26 May 1735 (see note under David
Gitchell) ; Seth, bap. 23 Oct. 1737. Stephen the f. was prob. b. at Har-
wich ; iae res. in Rochester, where his first three chil. were born, but rem. to
Hk. as early as 1735, and was selectman in 1737. He is styled "Gent."
in a deed of land, having been ensign of militia.

2. David, s. of William, b. in Rochester 21 Dec. 1717, by w. Eleanor, had
Abraham, b. 29 Dec. 1745; Susanna, b. 17 Mar. 1748; Mehetabel, b. 5 Mar.
1752. David the f. settled in Hk. as early as 1745.

Hagar, Joel, for many years managed the farm formerly owned by Maj.
Timothy Billings, was a jolly " trooper " in the cavalry, m. Mary Fairbanks
27 Ap. 1824, and rem. from the town.

Hale, Joseph, m. Nabby Hanmer, pub. 3 Dec. 1786, and had Melindn,
b. 18 July 1787 ; Nabby, b. 4 Ap. 1791 ; Palt)j, b. 29 Sep. 1796 ; Zenas Ilan-
mer, h. 11 Nov. 1798; Mordecai, b. 8 May 1800. Joseph the f. was a black-
smith, and res. in what is now Gilbertville. He prob. rem. from the town
about 1802.

Almira, m. Hiram Lawrence, pub. 26 Nov. 1827. Thomas, m. Harriet
Nye of Springf., pub. 12 Sep. 1848.

Hall, Thomas, by w. Harriet M., had Electa Luella, h. 27 May 1851.

2. Houghton, had av. Joanna F., who d. 13 Aug. 1862, a. 42, and he m.

Priscilla McClintock 25 Dec. 1862. His chil. were : George, b. 1855, d.

14 Jan. 1860, a. 4 years and 8 months ; Josephine Augusta, b. 20 Nov. 1858,
d. 29 Sep. 1860; Joarma Louisa, b. 30 July 1861, d. 6 Feb. 1862 ; Charles
Herbert, b. 7 July 1865 ; Franklin Putnam, b. 19 Ap. 1868; Alfred Houghton,
b. 8 Feb. 1870.

Daniel, m. Alma Spooner, pub. 9 Feb. 1806. Sarah, m. Joseph Lee 21
June 1851. Sarah E., m. Alfred C. King 1 Oct. 1873.

Hamilton, Joseph N., m. Clara D. Prouty 16 June 1866, and had Lulu
Hannah, b. 28 Oct. 1868.

2. John, by w. Harriet E., had John Lucius, b. 25 Sep. 1868 ; and by w.
Ellen, James Frederick, b. 6 Jan. 1871.

Widow Margaret, d. 7 Dec. 1819, a. 91.

Hammond, Thomas, by w. Abiah, had Nathaniel, b. 3 Oct. 1746 ; Isaac,
b. 25 Oct. 1748; Bridget, b. 11 Sep. 1750.

2. Nathaniel, m. Martha, widow of John Wells, 6 Aug. 1746, and had
Timothy, b. 13 May 1748. At the time of his marriage, Nathaniel the f.
was styled captain. He had previously res. at Lower Ashuelot, now Swan-
sea, N. H., which was that year abandoned by the English to the fury of the
Indians. He d. before 19 July 1758, when his w. Martha m. Nathaniel
Kellogg of Hadley.

3. Gideon, liad w. Abigail, who d. 31 Aug. 1795, a. 51, and he m. Lucy
Jackson 15 May 1796. His chil. were : Elisha ; Nabby, m. Nathaniel Perry
of Pittsford, Vt., 17 Oct. 1793; Molly Nye; Sylvlna ; Sally, b. 3 Feb.
1780 ; all bap. 15 Sep. 1782. Gideon the f. was a blacksmith, and res. near
the Old Furnace. He rem. to Plainfield.

Lois, of Rochester, m. Nathaniel Merrick 29 May 1764. Hannah, of Pet.,
m. David Pratt 12 Oct. 1780. Mary, m. Timothy Fay, Jr., 7 Nov. 1822.
Perley, m. Harriet, dau. of Scotto Berry, 1 Ap. 1832. Timothy \\., m.
Mary A. Houghton of Pet., pub. 25 Ap. 1835. Joseph W., of Pet., m.
Abigail Paige, pub. 26 Ap. 1844, and rem. to Cambridge.

IJanmkr, John, son of John (who rem. from Halifax to Bridgewater in

1739), m. Martha, dau. of Joseph Prior, 176u, and had Nabby, h. 1

Sep. 1761, ni. Joseph Hale, pub. 3 Dec. 1786; Lucinda,h. 1763; Cynthia,



888 HANMER — HARWOOD.

b. 16 July 1765, m. Silas Gorliam, pub. 24 Oct. 1784; Zenas, b. 5 Nov.
1767 ; Ptnnnah, b. 8 May 1770, ni. Paul Paige 15 July 1790 ; Salmon, b. 15
Feb. 1773, (1. 20 Mar. 1791. Joiix the f. rem. to Hk. in 1770 ; all his chil.
except the last were born in Bridgewater, though recorded here ; his wid.
Martha d. 1 Feb. 1823, a. 86.

Polly, m. Ishniael Bowker of Ware 16 Sep. 1792.

Hahjion, Elijah B., by w. Nancy, had Henry, b. 14 May 1791; Cella, b.
1 Dec. 1793, ni. Francis Slason of Rutland, Vt., pub. 11 Aug. 1822; Charles,
b. 2G Aug. 1795 ; Ralph, b. 3 Nov. 1797, d. 30 Ap. 1803 ; William, b. 1 July
1802, d. 12 May 1803. Elijah B. the f. was a hatter, selectman two years,
treasurer seventeen years, res. on the turnpike, at the place marked " Mr.
Stinipson " on the R. Map, until 1798, and afterwards at the place marked
" W. JNlandell," adjoining the estate of Hon. William Mixter. After 1825
he rem. to Rutland, Vt., where both he and his w. attained a good old age.

Harkixgtox, Stephen, was here in 1735, and, by w. Elizabeth, had Daniel,
b. 16 Dec. 1737.

2. Lemuel, with w. Eleanor, dau. of Capt. John McClenathan, came to
Hk. from Rutland ; he was a tanner, and res. at the place marked " S.
Berry " on the R. Map, and afterwards, in connection with Col. Thomas
Wheeler, erected the New Furnace near Gilbertville, and engaged in the
manufacture of iron-ware, residing at the place marked " L. Harrington."
He was an assessor two years, and d. s. p. 1 Feb. 1833, a. 69 ; his w. Eleanor
d. 23 Nov. 1846, a. 90.

Lawson, m. Elizabeth McClenathan of Bi-k., pub. 13 Aug. 1821.

Harris, George, by w. Hannah, had William, h. 24 Feb. 1764.

2. Stephen, by w. Arathusa, had JSarah Abigail, b. 6 Feb. 1841 ; Harriet
Alzina, b. 4 Jan. *i843.

Oliver, m. Mehetabel Shaw 4 Sep. 1781. Margaret, m. Solomon
Mason, Jr., of Gr. 30 Jan. 1783. John, m. Abigail Ware of N. Br. 2 July
1787. Susanna, m. Calvin Bryant, pub. 25 Jan. 1789. Oliver, Jr., of
Dana, ni. Mary Barlow, pub. 24 June 1811.

Harvey, John, m. Elizabeth M., dau. of Phineas Beaman, 28 Feb. 1860,

and had Ju/tn Bernard, h. 24 Dec. 1860; Herman J., b. 1861, d. 6 Sep.

1863 ; Eddie B., h. 26 Nov. 1864, d, 10 Aug. 1865 ; Elmer Phineas, b. 4 Oct.
1868.

Mary W., m. F. La Fayette Tibbetts of Charlestown 12 Jan. 1853.
Charles A., m. Abbie H. Flint of Athol, pub. 17 Dec. 1855, and rem. to
Boston. Cornelia K., ni. Elijah Bridges 1 Aug. 1861. Jane A., m.
Horace Knight, pub. 20 Feb. 1866. Hiram W., s. of Charles M., d. 21 Dec.
1852, a. 16. Hannah R., wid. of Charles M. and dau. of Phineas Bond, d. 27
Jan. 1879, a. 7 7.

Harwood, Peter (otherwise written Harrard and Harrod), res. at Con-
cord, and had Nathaniel, John, Benjamin (b. 30 Ap. 1713), Joseph, Ebenezer,
Mary, and Hannah. See Harwood Gen., by Mrs. Sarah Robinson.

2. John, prob. s. of Peter (1), by w. Mary, had (all recorded here, though
two or three were prob. b. elsewhere) Sarah, b. 26 Feb. 1729-30 ; Lydia, b.
22 Jan. 1731-2 ; Mary, b. 3 'Slur. 1734 ; John, b. 25 June 1736 ; James, b. 3
Aug. 1737; Andrew, bap. 20 Sep. 1743, m. Rachel Higgins, pub. 3 Feb. 17 71.

3. Ben.jamin, s. of Peter (1), m. Bridget Brown — May, 1733, and had
at Concord Peter, b. 14 July 1735; he then rem. to Hardwick, where he had
Eleazar, b. 28 Sep. 1737 ; Benjamin, b. 20 Ap. 1739, m. Catherine Chauncy,
and d. at Andieri-t in 1760 ; Zechariah, b. 11 Mar. 1742, m. Lovina, dau. of
Oliver Rice, 30 Ap. 1767 ; Mary, b. 10 June 1745 ; Ebenezer, b. 2 Feb. 1749,
d. about 1753 ; Stephen, b. 25 June 1751 ; Abiyail, b. 4 Nov. 1753; and
Hepzibah, b. at Amherst 26 Nov. 1756. Ben.jamin the f. was a zealous
Separatist, rem. to Andierst about 1756, and d. 19 Aug. 1758; his w. Bridget
went with the first company of emigrants to Bennington, Vt., in June 17G1,
and d. there 8 Nov. 17()2, a. 47 ; her chil. accompanied her to Ben., and
Benjanun, son of her son Peter, was the first white child born in that town,
12 Jan. 1762. See Harwood Gen., ut supra.



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4. Abel, parentaffe not ascertained, m. Sarah, dan. of Capt. Benjamin
Ruo;2;les, 27 Nov. 1765, and had Benjamin^ b. 13 Nov. 176G, ni. Elizabeth, dau.
of Rev. Robert Cutler, and d. in Enfield 24 Dec. 1852; Sarah,h. 21 Feb.
1769. Abkl the f. was a blacksmith, boucrht five acres of land here 1 ISIar.
17G2, and d. 2 Mar. 1770, a. 28 ; his w. Sarah m. Ezra Alden of Gr. 2 Jan.
1772.

5. Andrew J., bv w. Harriet, had Albert L., b. 10 Sep. 1847.

6. Dauphix, by w. Sylvia, had Mary M., b. , d. 10 Feb. 1856, a. 14 ;

Ellen, b. about 1850, m. Thomas F. Boyle of W. Dover, Vt., 22 Jan. 187,3 ;
Mary Amelia, b. 18 May 1851.

Sarah S., m. William W. Parks of Pal., pub. 10 Feb. 1866.

Haskell, Roger, b. in En^rland, 1713, m. Elizabeth Hardy, and had John
(settled in ]\Iiddleborou2;h), WiUiain, Mark, Elizabeth, Hannah, Josiah, Roger,
Samuel, and Sarah. Roger' the f. was a fisherman, res. at Salem in 1636,
and afterwards at Beverly, where he d. in 1667. He had brothers William
and INI ark.

2. Mark, s. of Rocjer (1), m. Mary, dau. of John Smith, 20 Mar. 1677-8,
and had Roger, b. 17 Oct. 1680; John, h. 14 Feb. 1681-2; Mark, b. 5 Feb.
1683-4; Elizabeth, b. 10 Nov. 1686; Mary, h. 23 Ap. 1689; Joseph, b. 3 Nov.
1692. ]\Iark the f. was a carpenter, and res. in Beverly until 3 Ap. 1693,
when he bought a large tract of land in Rochester, to which place he rem.
soon, was town clerk in 1697, and d. 17 May 1699; his w. Mary survived.

3. Roger, s. of Mark (2), m. Joanna Swift of Sandwich 25 Jan. 1707-8,
and had Mark, b. 28 Mar. 1709; Ephraim, b. 9 Feb. 1711-12; Hannah, b. 9
Sep. 1714; Ebenezer, b. 20 Feb. 1716-17; Elizabeth, b. 11 June 1720; Joanna,
b. 26 May 1725; Sumnna, b. 18 Oct. 1730. Roger the f. res. in Rochester.

4. John, s. of Mark (2), by w. Mehetabel, had Sarah, b. 24 Sep. 1706;
Rebecca, b. 14 Dec. 1707; John,h. 13 May 1709, perhaps m. Elizabeth Law-
rence of Hk. 4 Mar. 1753 ; Roger and Andrew, twins, b. 8 Mar. 1710-11 ; Me-
hetabel. b. 3 Jan. 1712-13, m. Cornelius Cannon 5 Jan. 1732-3; Mary, h. 23
Ap. 1714, m. Dudley Jordan 23 Dec. 1739; Thomas, h. 27 Jan. 1715-16;
Zechariah, b. 11 Ap. 1718; Moses, b. 18 Sep. 1719. John the f. res. in Roch-
ester; administration on his estate was granted to his w. Mehetabel 21 June
1728. The larger part of his children rem. to Hardwick.

5. Mark, s. of Mark (2), by w. Rebecca, had in Rochester Joanna, b. 29
Jan. 1710-11; Mary, b. 3 Jan. 1 712-13 ; Thomas, b. 1 1 Sep. 1714; Mark, b. 22
Sep. 1716.

6. Joseph, s. of Mark (2), by w. Bethia, had Nathaniel, b. 26 July 1717,
d. 27 May 1729; Jane, b. 17 Mav 1719, m. Joshua Lawrence 13 July 1743,
and res. in Hk. ; Sarah, b. 4 Oct.''l720; Joseph, b. 5 Mar. 1721-2; Mary, b. 22
Mar. 1723-4; Elnathan, b. 29 Dec. 1725, m. Dorothy, wid. of David Peckhara
and dau. of James Robinson, 26 Nov. 1749; John, b. 1 Mar. 1727-8; Bethia,
b. 25 Jan. 1729-30; Abigail, b. 6 Feb. 1731-2; Hannah, h. 16 Aug. 1734.
Joseph the f. was a carpenter, and one of the early proprietors of Hardwick,
but res. in Rochester.

7. Mark, s. of Roger (3), m. Mary Spooner of Dartmouth 21 Dec. 1730,
and had Nathaniel, b.^26 Feb. 1731-2, rem. to Hk.; Samuel, b. 6 Feb. 1733-4;
Micah. b. 20 Nov. 1735 ; Joanna, b. 11 Dec. 1737; by second w. Abiah, he had
Mary, b. 24 May 1741 ; Roger, b. 31 ]\Iay 1742 (settled in Middleborough and
had s. Simeon, who was father of Mark Haskell of Oakham) ; Elisha, b. 22
Feb. 1 743-4. Mark the f. res. in Rochester.

8. Ephraim, s. of Roger (3), by w. Mehetabel, had Joanna, b. 13 May
1740; Elizabeth, b. 2 July 1741, prob. m. Nathaniel Merrick 26 June 1775;
Deborah, b. 15 July 1743; Ephraim, b. 25 Feb. 1744-5; Jabez, b. 15 Nov.
1746; Barnabas, b. 25 Sep. 1748; Elias, h. 24 Mar. 1750-1; Ebenezer, b. 1
Ap. 1754. Ephraim the f. res. in Rochester; he bought a farm here 23 Feb.
1773, but d. before 25 Feb. 1774, and his son Ephraim had the farm.

9. Roger, s. of John (4), in. Alice Spooner of Rochester, 13 ]Mar. 1736-7,
and had Rebecca, b. 20 Nov. 1738, d. young; Mehetabel, b. 17 Jan. 1740-1;
Rebecca, b. 29 Mar. 1743; Roger, b. 11 July 1746, m. Joanna, dau. of Thomas



390 HASKELL.

Haskell, 28 May 1772; Hannah, b. 15 May 1750. Roger the f. rem. to Hk.
before his niarriao;e and res. on the east side of the river (now New Braintree),
near Ditch Meadow. He d. 21 Dec. 1750 ; the inventoiy of his w. Alice was
filed 31 May 1759.

10. AxDKKW, s. of John (4), m. Jane Clark 25 Nov. 1733: she d. and he
m. Susanna Paine of Shutes. 10 July 1777. His chil., all b. in Rochester,

were Meketahel, b. 22 Dec. 1735, d. young; Mart/, b. 26 Mar. 1738, m.

Whitcomb ; John, h. 28 July 1741, m. Hannah, dau. of Rev. Robert Cutler of
Gr.. 28 Ap. 1763; Mehetabel, h. 9 July 1744, m. Fi-eeman Sears 22 Oct. 1761.
Andrew the f. was a housewrijiht ; he rem. from Roch. to Dartmouth after
1744, and thence to Hk. about 1761, when he bought a farm in the north part
of the town, which he exchanged in 1779 for the parsonage formerly owned
by Rev. .David White. His son was joint owner of the estate, and it was sold,
27 May 1795, to Dr. William Cutler. Mr. Haskell's will was proved 21 Ap.
1796, about which time he d., and his son rem. from the town; his w. Su-
sanna was living in 1795.

11. Thomas, s. of John (4), m. Hannah Goss of Brk. 12 Nov. 1 742 ; she d.
15 May 1749, a. 25, and he m. Joanna Hunt of Gr., pub. 13 Jan. 1749-50,
His cliil., all recorded here, were : Hannah, h. 12 May 1744, m. Nathan Foster
14 Mar. 1765 ; Alice, b. 17 Ap. 1746, d. 25 June 1746; Lois, h. 15 Sep. 1747,
m. Asa Curtis of N. Sal. 27 Nov. 1766; Joanna, b. 19 Jan. 1750-1, m. Roger
Haskell 28 May 1772; Rhoda, h. 20 Dec. 1753 ; Thomas, h. 14 Mar. 1755; An-
drew, bap. 10 Ap. 1757, perhaps the same who (then of Wilmington', Vt.) ra.
Chloe Freeman 12 Oct. 1780. Thomas the f. was a farmer, and res. on the
Barre road, at or near the place marked " W^ Sturtevant " on the R. Map.
He prob. rem. to Wilmington, Vt., about 1779.

12. Zechariah, s. of John (4), m. Kezia Goss of Brk. 20 Aug. 1745, and
had Sarah, b. 8 Ap. 1747; John, b. 17 July 1749; Kezia, b. 19 May 1751;
Roger, b. 2 Ap. 1753; Philip, bap. 13 July 1755; Simeon, bap. 21 May 1758.
Zechariah the f. was a tailor, and res. about a hundred rods northerly from
the turnpike on the road from Mandell Hill to Ru^gles Hill.

13. Moses, s. of John (4), m. Lydia Clark of^Roch., pub. 18 May 1751,
and had Marij, b. 22 June 1752, m. John Hedge 7 Sep. 1777; Lydia, b. 4 July
1753, m. Edward Taylor 23 Nov. 1775; Thankful, b. 10 Aug. 1754; Mehetabel,
b. 17 Mar. 1756, d. young; Moses, h. 20 Dec. 1757, m. Priscilla Hinkley 12
Jan. 1780; Mehetabel', b. 15 Oct. 1760; Alice, b. 13 July 1762; Rebecca, h. 6
Mar. 1765. Moses the f. was a blacksmith, and res. on the Barre road at the
place marked " S. Clark " on the R. Map.

14. N.\thaxiel, s. of Mark (7), m. Lydia, dau. of Dea. James Foster of
Roch., pub. 3 Ap. 1757; she d. and he m. Sarah Carter of Gr., pub. 25 May
1790. His chil. were : Prince, h. 26 Ap. 1758 ; Georrje, b. 23 Ap. 1761 ; Nathan-
iel, b. 15 July 1762, settled in Barnard, Vt. ; Mary, b. 1 July 1765; and
perhaps David, who d. at Shutes. 22 Feb. 1850, a. 81, and Lydia, who m.
Jeremiah Rowers 3d, of Gr., pub. 24 Dec. 1788. Nathaniel the f. was a
farmer and cordwainer, and res. in the northwesterly part of the town, at the
place erroneously marked "Dea. Haskins " on the R. Map; he d. 16 July
1821; his w. Sarah d. 15 Sep. 1809, a. 69.

15. Ephrai.m, s. of Ephraim (8), m. Eunice Nye of Roch. 22 Jan. 1769; she
d. 11 Sep. 1796, a. 48, and he m. :Mary Hammond of N. Sal, pub. 26 Feb. 1797.
His chil. were : Nathan, h. about 17 70, m. (then of Wendell) Lucy Knowlton
2 June 1795; Micah, b. about 1772, m. Betsey Cobb 8 May 1797; Stephen,
b. 23 Sep. 1775, m. Fliebe Robinson 27 Dec. 1801 ; Ephraim, b. 14 Mar. 1778
(these four were baj). 1 Oct. 1780) ; Eunice, b. 4 July 1781, m. Chester Powers
of Western, (now Warren), 15 Oct. 1805; Joanna, b. 27 Ap. 1784, m. the
same Chester Powers 1 Sep. 1830; Lucy, b. 27 Aug. 1786, m. Seth Clark of
Conway 17 Feb. 1808; Elizabeth, b. 17 July 1789. Ephraim the f. was a
farmer, rem. from Roch. to Hk. in 1774, and res. in the northerly i)art of the
town, on a farm bought by his father the previous year, at the place marked
" Mr. Haskell " on the R. Map. He attained old age but the date of his
death is not recorded.



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16. Prixce, s. of Nathaniel (14), m. Leah Wilder of Hinj^ham 4 Oct. 1780,
and had Edward Wilder, b. 5 June 1782, d. young; Deborah, b. 18 Mar. 1784;
and, at Barnard, Harriet, b. 9 June 1786; Prince, b. 2 Maj- 1788; Edward
Wilder, b. 29 Sep. 1789; Nathaniel, b. 30 Oct. 1791; Polh/,h. 6 Feb. 1798;
Adeline, b. 29 Aug. 1801. Prince the f. settled early in Barnard, Vt., and
was there captured by the Indians, 9 Aug. 1780, and carried to Canada. His
captivity, however, was short; for he was exchanged in season to be married
in the succeeding October, having been pub. in February. It would seem
that he did not expose his family to the dangers of a frontier life until after
the birth of his second child. He rem. his family to Barnard, was an active
citizen, and was living in 1824 on the same farm from which he was taken
captive.

17. George, s. of Nathaniel (14), m. Comfort Knowlton 25 Ap. 1782, and
had Charles Hobnan, b. 19 Jan. 1783; Abraham, b. 3 July 1784; Lydia, b. 11
Mar. 1786; Comfort, b. 22 Ap. 1789, m. Freeman Dexter, 14 Jan. 1812; Sarah,
b. 23 Dec. 1791," m. Lemuel Wicker 5 Oct. 1813; Mari/, h. 22 Dec. 1793, m.
Ira Wicker of Bridport, Vt.. 1 Oct. 1812; Abigail, b. 8 Sep. 1795, m. William
Haskell of Pet. 16 May 1821 ; Mark, b. 6 Mar. 1798; Benjamin Frnnkiin, b.
9 Mar. 1801 ; Deborah, b. 30 Sep. 1802, m. Joseph Whipple 2(1, 15 Ap. 1824.
George the f. was a farmer and cordwainer ; he inherited the homestead, and
d. at Waldoboro', Me., 25 May 1837, a. 76; his w. Comfort d. 14 or 16 Mar.
1837, a. 76. Both have head-stones in the new cemetery.

18. Ephraim, s. of Ephraim (15), m. Thankful, dau. of Capt. Zenas Phin-
ney, 24 Oct. 1805; she d. 15 Nov. 1841, a. 60, and he m. IMaria Ayers of N.

Br", pub. 5 Mar. 1842. His chil. were : jSIary Clark, b. , prob. d. unm. 3

Oct. 1838, a. 28; Thanl-ful, b. 8 June 1813, prob. d. young; Sarah Berry, b.

, d. unm. 2 Sep. 1836, a. 23; WiUiam Nye, b. 12 Mar. 1817, m. Susan B.

Johnson of Pet., pub. 29 ^lar. 1841 {Mary C., Sarah B., and William N. were
bap. 16 June 1820) ; Martha Phinney, bap. 7 June 1821, d. unm 5 May 1837.
Ephraim the f. was a farmer and inherited the homestead. He erected a new



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