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1808; and Anna, prob. m. Benjamin Padden of Kingsboro, N. Y., 28 Dec.
1806. As no other record is found of births or deaths in this family, my
account is necessarily very imperfect.

2. Mayo, prob. s. of Experience (1), m. Joanna, dau. of Stephen Gorham,

I July 1793, then res. in Pet., but soon rem. to Barre, where he had ten chil.,
all baptized here, to wit: Ariemas, Gamaliel, Calvin, Anson, Hoi-ace, all bap.
25 Jan. 1803; /)rMst7/a, bap. 4 Sep. 1803; Anna, bap. 22 June 1806; Elnathan
Gorham, and Lyndon, both bap. 10 Oct. 1811; and a dau. named Emera, bap.

II June 1815.

Prudence, m. Noah Rice of Barre, 30 Aug. 1781. Sally, m. Lemuel
French, pub. 30 Mar. 1789. Jane, m. David Gorham 8 Aug. 1791. Rhoda,
m. Moses Ruggles, 25 Jan. 1798. Jemima, m. Ira Draper, pub. 28 July 1822.

Lyscom, Ebexezer, m. Mary Hooker 8 Oct. 1764, and had Samuel, b.
30 Nov 1765 ; Persis, b. 19 Mar. 1772. Mary the mother d. 16 May 1797,

a. 57.

Maccoye, William, by w. Mary, had Hannah, bap. 4 June 1738; BeuJah,
bap. 24 ^lay 1741. William the f. was perhaps the same who m. Tabitha
Fay of Sturbridge, pub. 20 Oct. 1744. He was prob. a carpenter, an assessor
in 1737, and seems to have rem. and d. before 7 Mar. 1747-8, when it was voted
to raise fifty pounds old tenor, " to maintain Hannah Maccoye sent to this
town for that intent." She was the first pauper named on the records, re-
mained chargeable until 1765, and is sujoposed to have been dau. of William.

Mary, m. Benjamin Warren 29 May 1744.

McEvoy, Patrick, m. Ann Fehan 12 Feb. 1872.

Mahan, Michael, m. Ellen Carney 3 Mar. 1867, and had Daniel, b. 19
Sep. 1870; John Patrick, b. 22 Dec. 1876.

Mandell, John (or Mendall, as the name was formerly written, and still
is written in Bristol and Plymouth counties), res. in Marshfield, was a rope-
maker, and executed a will 10 May 1711, being then " aged and weak in
bod}-," which was proved 8 Feb. 1720. He devised to his son Johii, one
shilling, having previously provided for him; to "grandson Francis Crooker
all my rope-making tools that I do use in or about the making of ropes after
I have done using them myself;" and the remainder of his estate to his
daughters, Mercy Tinkum, Sarah Torry, Hannah Tilden, and Ruth Doty.

2. John, s. of John (1), m. Joanna, dau. of Richard Standlake of Scituate,
and had in Rochester, John, b. 15 Dec. 1688; Joanna, b. 13 May 1690 ; Moxes,

b. 24 Mar. 1695. John the f. was a farmer, res. in Rochester, and executed
his will 6 June 1738, proved 14 July 1743, directing his " body to be decently
buried by my executor after named, and my son John to be at the charge of
it, in consideration of what I have given him by deed ; " specific legacies of
personal estate are bequeathed to dau. Joanna, and son Moses, who is named
as executor.

3. Moses, s. of John (2), res. in Rochester, 1715, in Falmouth 1725, and in
that part of Dartmouth now Acushnet, 1 740 ; he was successively styled
" house carpenter," " drover," " innholder," "dealer," and " gentleman "; he
d. at Dartm. 18 May 1746, and his sons Lemuel and Paul were appointed ad-
ministrators 27 July 1746. His real estate, valued at 1200 pounds, was divided
in 1748 between his widow Susanna, and children Lemuel (or Lamuel, as he
seems generally to have written his name), Noah ^ (who was here in 1 756,

^ "We hear that on the 20th ult. a daughter about 13 years of age, intending to take a
of Mr. Noah Mandell, of Rutland District, dose of brimstone (her parents being from



416 MANDELL.

and d. in Barre in 1800 or 1801), Paul, Susanna Bailey, Hannah "Weaver, Jo-
anna Nifhols, and Mary, unmarried.

4. Paul, s. of Moses (3), ni. Susanna, dau. of Rev. Timothy Ruggles of
Rochester, 8 Feb. 1746-7, and had Hannah, b. at Dartmoutli 10 or 20 Jan.
174 7-8, m. Gen. Jonathan Warner 5 Feb. 17GG; Susanna, b. here 16 Nov.
1749, m. John Stone 12 INIay 1768, and d. at Dana 28 July 1844; Moses, b. 16
Dee. 1751; Paul, b. 31 Oct. 1753, m. Mary Brings of Pet. 28 Nov. 1776, res,
in Athol; his inventory was presented by his son Barnabas 25 Mar. 1.^07 ;
Barnabas, b. 1 Dec. 1755, d. 2 i\Iay 1758; Mari/,h. 3 Oct. 1759, m. John
Doty 19 Sep. 17 79. Paul the f. changed the orthography of his name from
Mendall to Mandell, was a " shopkeeper " in Dartm. until the spring of 1749,
when he rem. to Hk., having purchased the valuable farm notable for its
immense extent of stone wall, which still remains in possession of his pos-
terity ; his house stood on the old turnpike, at the place marked '• M. Man-
dell " on the R. Map. He was a very active, energetic, and usefid citizen. He
was captain of militia, and led his company in the expedition against Crown
Point from 20 Sep. to 12 Nov. 1756 (his brother Noah being promoted from
the office of ensign to that of lieutenant on the 29th of October), and a
second campaign in 1758, after the surrender of " Fort William Henry." At
the commencement of the Revolution, when the militia was reorganized, as
recommended by the Convention at Worcester,^ he was again elected captaia
22 Sep. 1774, and was commissioned as brigade major 13 Mar. 1778. He was
a selectman eleven years, between 1756 and 17 75, assessor thirteen years,
between 1751 and 17 75, town clerk 17 70, representative 1773, 1774, delegate
to the first and second Provincial Congress 1774, 1775, was appointed justice
of the peace by the revolutionary government 25 Sep. 1775, and helil that
olHce many yeai-s, being generally designated "Squire Mandell." He d. 16
Sep. 1809, a. 86; his w. Susanna d. 16 Dec. 1813, a. nearly 92.

5. Moses, s. of Paul (4), m. Mary, dau. of Capt. Daniel Wheeler, 28 May
1777; she d. 20 Ap. 1782, and he m. Abigail, dau. of John Mason, Esq., of
Barre, pub. 22 Dec. 1782. His chil. were : Daniel, b. 27 Oct. 1783; Martin, b.
20 July 1785; Manj, h. 20 Nov. 1786, m. Livy Lawton 5 Feb. 1810; and d.
here 5 Aug. 1874; Sidney, b. 4 July 1788, m. Eliza, dau. of David Jones of
Boston, 27 Dec. 1812, res. in Boston, had chil., among whom was David J. of
Athol, in early life a clergyman; Mason, b. 4 Mar. 1790, res. in Barre, where

he m. , had chil., and d. 4 July 1825 ; Abiyail, h. 13 Mar. 1792, m. Elijah

Utley of Boston, 25 Sep. 1820, and d. 13 Mar.' 1834 ; Moses, h. 1 Dec. 1793,
res. at Dorchester and afterwards at Barre, where he d. 3 Sep. 1866, leaving
posterity: Waller, b. 16 Dec. 1796; Clara, b. 3 Oct. 1799, m. Ebenezer
Jones, of Augusta, Me., pub. 11 Ap. 1825, and is still living, a widow, in
1883. Moses the f. was a farmer, and inherited the homestead. He was aid-
de-camp to his brother-in-law, ]Maj. Gen. \Varner, before Dec. 1782, probably
in 1781, and was thenceforth known as "Major Mandell." He was selectman
six years, between 1785 and 1817, and assessor seven years, between 1801 and
1819. He d. 18 June 1826 ; his w. Abigail d. 6 (or 7) Aug. 1840, a. 82.

6. Daniel, s. of Moses (5), m. Eliza Patrick 30 Ap. 1807, and had Martha
Eliza, b. 10 June 1808; Delphla Maria, b. 23 Feb. 1810, m. A. W. Seaver of
Northborough; William Andrew, b. 13 July 1811, grad. A. C. 1838, pastor of
the church in Lunenburg, and elsewhere, now i-es. in Cambridge; Moses John-
son, b. 14 Ap. 1813 ; infant b. , d. 22 Ap. 1815; Mary Ann, b. 29 Mar.

1816, d. unm. 10 Aug. 1839; Thaddeus Sohieski, b. 15 Feb. 1820, a merchant
in Boston, d. 23 June 1882; Georye, b. about 1822, d. unm. at Lunenburg 23
May 1861, a. 39. Daxiel the f. was a farmer, and lieutenant of militia; he
res. on the road to Barre, at the place marked " Mr. Haven " on the R. ]\lap,
and d. 26 June 1822.

home), through a mistake took from a shelf four and five o'clock in (he morning and

some copperas, and took about a spoonful in expired in about live minutes." Mass. iipy,

milk; soon after complaining, a physician 6 I'eb. 1772.

being sent for, and an emetic imme'diately 1 Journal of Each Provincial Conyress,

given, she was thought to be in a fair way p. 643.

of recovery; but waa again taken between



MANDELL — MANLY. 417

7. Martin, s. of ]\Ioses (5), m. Pliila, dau. of Joel Marsh, pub. 18 Sep.
1808, and had Delphia, b. 25 Dec. 1810, d. uiim. 19 May 1832 ; Elhridge., b.
8 Ap. 1812; Henri/, b. 12 Jan. 1814, rem. to Ohio; Charles, b. 7 Jan. i816;
Harriet, b. 24 Oct. 1818, d. 27 Feb. 1821 ; Joel D/cic/ht, h. 6 Nov. 1820 ; Pkila,
b. 5 Ap. 1824, ni. Dr. Jason B. Thomas of Pahuer (now Thorndike) 17 Ap.
1850. Martin' the f. was a farmer, a captain of militia, and inherited the
homestead; he was selectman in 1825, and d. 12 Sep. 1855; his w. Phihi d. 14
Feb. 1879, a. 91.

8. Walter, s. of Moses (5), m. Julia Ann Freeman of Oakham, pnb. 15
Dec. 1828; she d. 29 Sep. 1833, a. 29, and he m. Olive P. Whitintr 30 Nov.
1837; she d. 29 July 1838, a. 31, and he m. Adeline, dau. of Capt. Stephen
W. Paii^e, 31 Jan. 1842; she d. 3 Oct. 1842, a. 31, and he m. a fourth wife.

His chil. were Henn/ E., b. ; Danid Webster, b. 19 Nov. 1831, grad. Mid.

Coll. 1850, a teacher at Brandon, Vt., and Flushing, L. I.; Walter Greiunlle,
b. 1 Oct. 1848. Walter the f. was a farmer, and captain of militia; he res.
on the farm formerly occupied by his brother Daniel, and afterwards near the
Common. He was selectman three years, assessor nine years, member of
school committee sixteen years, and d. 25 June 1853.

9. Elbridge, s. of Martin (7), m. Lucv R., dan. of Capt. Stephen W.
Paige, 18 June 1844, and had Martin Elbridge, b. IG Feb. 1849, d. 14 Dec.
1852; William Dicigld, b. 25 Ap. 1853, m. Emma F. Clapp 10 May 1882, and
res. in Springfield; Caroline Lucy, b. 11 Mar. 1856; West Paige, b. 3 Nov.
1859, d. 18 Aug. 1861; Mabel Reed, b. 16 Jan. 1862. Elbridge the f., a
farmer, res. near the okl homestead, at the place marked " B. Fay" on the
R. Map. He was selectman in 1863.

10. Charles, s. of Martin (7), m. Martha, dau. of Dr. Joseph Stone, 3
Mar. 1846, and had Joseph Stone, b. 25 Aug. 1847; Charles Martin, b. 29 Nov.
1852; Calvin, b. 8 Mar. 1855, d. 29 Sep. 1863; George, b. 8 June 1858.
Charles the f., a farmer, res. on the former homestead of Brigadier Ruggles,
on the easterly road to Gilbertville, at the place marked " J. Mann " on the
R. Map.

11. Joel Dwight, s. of Martin (7), m. Mary Elizabeth, dau. of John Dean,
2 Ap. 1846; she d. 17 Ap. 1847, and he m. Malinda H. Winter of Ware, pub.
28 June 1851; she d. 27 Nov. 1863, a. 39. His chil. were Dwight Dean, b. 8
Ap. 1847, d. 23 Ap. 1849; Frank, b. 14 Ap. 1852; Elizabeth, b. 22 Oct. 1853,
m. Charles A. Gleason of N. Br., 17 Nov. 1875; Elliott, b. 28 June 1855, d. 31
Aug. 1859; Louis, b. 2 Dec. 1858; Arthur, b. 27 Oct. 1860. Joel Dwight
the f., a farmer, assessor three years, 1861-3, res. on the homestead, rem. to
Minnesota about 1880.

12. Algernon S., by w. Marietta, had Eliza Marietta, b. 3 May, 1852.
Widow Sarah, m. Ammiel Weeks 26 Feb. 1778.

Manly, Ichabod, m. Experience Phillips in Easton, 1739, and had

Josiuh, b. 21 Ap. 1740, prob. d. young; Mary, b. 1742; Nathaniel, h.

1744; Freelove, b. 1746 ; Reuben, b. • 1757, res. in Enfield; prob.

Josiah, b. about 1761. Ichabod the f. res. in Easton, but in his old age (prob.
in 1794, with his son Josiah) rem. to Hardwick, where he d. 11 Jan. 1799, a.
89; his w. Experience d. in 1805, a. 82.

2. Josiah, in all probability son of Ichabod (1), though the birth is not
found on record, m. Elizabeth, dau. of Seth Bryant of Bridgewater, in 1789,
and had Zebij, b. 24 Feb. 1790, m. Zebina Forbush 24 Ap. 1811; Ichabod, b.
2 July 1791, m. Liicinda Reed at Brookfield, Conn., 25 Ap. 1817; Lillia Staf-
ford, b. 12 Mar. 1794, d. 13 Feb. 1795; Lillg Slaford, b. 16 Sep. 1796; Seth

Bryant, b. 14 June 1798, m. Cynthia Jordan 12 May 1824; Benjamin Paige, h.
10 Aug. 1803, m. Sarah E. Barker. Josiah the f. rem. fi-om Easton to Hk. in
the autumn of 1794, and d. 6 Feb. 1844, a. 82; his w. Elizabeth d. 17 Mar.
1846, a. 80; she was cousin to Dr. Peter Bryant of Cumniington, the father of
the poet William Cullen Bryant.

3. Lilly Stafford, s. of Josiah (2), m. Susanna Ilorr, pub. 20 Feb. 1826,
and had Adeline, b. 10 Mar. 1827; Dwight, h. 11 Nov. 1828, d. 11 Oct. 1829;
George, b. 17 Oct. 1830; Carlena, b. 29 Jan. 1833; Elutheria, h. 13 Feb. 1835,

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418 MANLY — MARSH.

m. Charles Baker of Worcester 1 Sep. 18G3; Fanny, b. 5 Nov. 18.36, m. Wil-
liam Faio;e 26 June 1S61; Clam, b. 11 Jan. 1839-, Dwiffhl, b. 13 May 1841, d,
27 Ap. l'842; Benjamin, b. 8 Mar. 1843, ni. Nellie F., tiau. of Forester B. Ai-
ken, 23 INIay 1874; Jane, b. 16 Sep. 1845; Charles, twin, b. 25 Dec. 1849, d.
unm. 20 June 1878 (drowned at Portland, Oregon); Ellen, twin. b. 25 Dec,
1849. Lilly S., the f. was an iron-ibunder, res. on the road to Gilbertville, at
the place marked " L. Manly " on the K. ^Nlap, was selectman three years, and
assessor three years; he d. 16 Sep. 1863.

4. Geokge, s. of Lilly S. (3), m. Mary Ann, dan. of Forester B. Aiken, 23
Feb. 1864, and had George Forester, b. 14 Nov. 1865; Susan Bryant, b. 24 Jan.
1868; Fanny Maria, b. 20 June 1872; May, b. 1 May 1877, d. 19 Aug. 1877;
Charles, h. 18, and d. 19 Aug. 1879. Gkokge the f., a farmer, res. on the
homestead, was assessor three years, and has been selectman twenty years, up
to the present time.

Maxn, widow Sarah, had Joseph and Sarah, both bap. 24 Sep. 1820.

2. SouTiiwoRTH Jexkixs, m. Isabella Whitino;, pub. 19 Nov. 1827, and had
Abigail B., b. 22 Aug. 1828, m. Henry D. Fish 10 Mar. 1853 ; Calcin Whiting,
b. 2 Ap. 1831; Sarah Jenkins, b. 15 June 1834, d. 9 May 1845 ; Mary Morton,
b. 31 Oct. 1837. South WORTH J. the f. was a farmer, res. on the easterly
road to Gilbertville, at the place marked" J. Mann " on the R. Map, and d.
10 Ap. 1863, a. 64; his w. Isabella d. 31 May (1 June on the head-stone),
1869, a. 70.

3. Calvin Whiting, s. Southworth J. (2), m. Delphia M., dau. of Moses
M. Warner, 2 Ap. 1856, at Lee Centre, Illinois, and had Jennie Eliza, h. 15
Jan. 1857; Lucius Calvin Jenkins, b. 17 Ap. 1870. Calvin W. the f., a far-
mer, was selectman 1869, 1870, 1871, assessor from 1879 to the present time,
and res. on the easterly road to Gilbertville, at the place marked " Wid.
Marsh " on the R. Map.

4. Asa, was pastor of the Calvinistic Church from 19 June 1844 to 14 Oct.
1851, and acting ])astor in 1880 and 1881. He m. Mercy W., dau. of Timothy
Bruce, pub. 31 Mar. 1848, and had Ellen Louisa, b. 11 June 1849 ; Grace, b.
22 Sep. 1869. He rem. to p:xeter, N. H., in 1851.

Sarah Ann, m. Reuben Edward 28 Ap. 1828. Sarah, m. AYilliam Cush-
ruan of Tolland, Conn., 11 May 1831.

Marsh, John, of Hartford 1639, rem. to Hadley, thence to Northampton,
and ret. to Hartford, where he d. in 1688. He m. Anne, dau. of Gov. John
Webster; she d. 9 June 1662, and he m. widow Hej^zibah Lyman, who d. 11
Ap. 1683. His chil. were John; Samuel, b. about 1645; Josej)h, bap. 24 Jan.
1647; Joseph, bap. 15 July 1649; Jonathan, b. about 1650; Daniel, b. about

1653; Hannah, b. , m. Joseph Loomis; Grace, b. , m. Timothy Baker;

Lydia, b. , m. David Loomis.

2. Samuel, s. of John (1), res. in Hatfield and was representative in 1705,
1706. He m. Mary Allison 6 May 1667, and had Mary, b. 27 Feb. 1668;
Samuel, b. 11 Feb. 1670; John, b. 6 Nov. 1672; Rachel, b. 15 Oct. 1674, m.
John Wells; Grace, b. 7 Jan. 1677, m. Thomas Goodman; Mary, b. 24 May
1678, m. Joseph Morton; Thomas, b. 10 Jan. 1680; Hannah, b. 18 Sep. 1681,
m. Richard Billings; Elizabeth, b. 31 July 1683, m. Maynard Day of Hartford;
Jtuth, b. 16 June 1685; Ebenezer, b. 1 May 1687. Samuel the f. d. 7 Sep.
1728, a. 83; his w. INIary d. 13 Oct. 1726, a. 78.

3. Thomas, s. of Samuel (2), m. Mary Trund)ull of Suflield, Conn., 1702,

and had Thomas, b. 1 May 1703, d. unm. 1728; Mary, b. 27 Oct. 1704,

m. Moses Smith 1726; Samuel, b. 1706; Rachel, b. 1708;

Ruth, h. 15 Feb.. 1710; Judah, b. 25 July 1712; Joseph, b. 14 Ap. 1714, per-
hajis m. Abigail Simons 17 JNIay 1750; Ephraim, b. 5 Jan. 1717 ; Daniel, b. 12
June 1719; Martha, h. 12 Ap. 1721, prob. m. Ebenezer Marsh 17 Nov. 1741.
Thomas the f. res. in Hatfield, and afterwards in Ware ; he d. in 1759.1

4. Samuel, s. of Thomas (3), m. Zerviah, dau. of William Thomas, 18 Jan.
1731-2, and had Eunice, b. 15 Jan. 1733, d. young; Arnos, b. 15 Nov. 1733 ;

1 Thus far I have followed the genealogy of this family as published in Judd's History
of Hadlty, pp. 532, 533.



MARSH. 419

Man/, b. 13 June 1735, m. Solomon Emmons of Quobhin, 31 Jan. 1754; Eu-
nice,' b. 20 Nov. 1737; Patience, b. 20 July 1740, m. Henry Gilbt-rt of Brk. 5
Ap. 1764; ThanLful and Submit, twins, b. 1 Feb. 1741-2; Miriam, h. 18 Jan.
1743 ; Samuel, b. 18 Feb. 1744-5. Samukl the f. d. about 1745, and his w.
Zerviah m. Isaiah Pratt 2 Mar. 1746-7.

5. JuDAH, s. of Thomas (3), m. Hannah, dau. of Jabez Olmstead 4 Nov.
1736, and had Elijah, bap. 1 Jan. 1737-8; Joel, bap. 8 Ap. 1739, d. young;
Rachel, bap. 28 Aug. 1743; Dorothy, bap. 28 Ap. 1751 ; Jonathan, bap. 31 May
1752; Mari/, bap. 7 July 1754; Joel, b. 18 July 1759. Besides these were
Thomas and Judah.^ Judah the f. res. at Ware, near the mills still known as
Marsh's Mills, but his chil. were bap. at Hk.; he d. 7 May 1801, a. nearly 89.

6. Epiiraim, s. of Thomas (3), m. Sarah, dau. of Jabez Olmstead, 8 Oct.
1741, and had Noah, bap. 17 Ap. 1743; Huldah, bap. 14 Sep. 1746; Sarah,
bap. 28 Ap. 1751 ; Mary, bap. 5 Oct. 1755. Epiiraim the f. res. at Ware, but
his chil. were bap. here.

7. Amos, s. of Samuel (4), m. Beulah Leonard of Rut., pub. 16 July 1757,
and had Samuel, bap. 24 Sep. 1 758 ; Mercy, bap. 5 Oct. 1 760.

8. Joel, s. of Judah (5), m. Annis Smith 20 Sep. 1785, and had Phila, b. 17
Feb. 1788, m. Martin Mandell IS Sep. 1808, and d. 14 Feb. 1879; Delphia, b.
12 June 1790, d. unm. of spotted fever 25 Mar. 1810; Dwight, b. 19 Aug.
1793; Joel Smith, b. 21 Oct. 1803. Joel the f. I'em. from Ware to Hk. about
the year 1800, was a farmer, and res. on the easterly road to Gilbertville, at
the place marked " A. Warner" on the R. Map. He d. 12 Ap. 1804; his w.
Annis m. Jonathan Warner 18 Oct. 1807, and d., his widow, 17 May 1859, a.
nearly 94.

9. JDwiGHT, s. of Joel (8), m. Mary C, dau. of Rev. Thomas Holt, 4 Nov.
1817, and had Mary Ann, b. 1 Mar. 1819, m. Jnel W. Fletcher of Leominster
28 Ap. 1845, and d. 25 Ap. 1850. Dwight the f. was a farmer, and res. on the
easterly road to Gilbertville, at the place marked " Wid. Marsh " on the R.
Map; he was a member of the school committee, 1821-2, and d. 25 Jan. 1823 ;
his vv. Mary d. 20 Ap. 1866, a. 68.

10. Joel Smith, s. of Joel (8), ni. Abigail Drury, dau. of Josiah Gleason,
N. Br., 6 June 1837, and had Joel Diciyht, b. 10 May 1838, d. 18 Ap. 1845;
Josiah Gleason, b. 1 June 1839, d. 5 Feb. 1844 ; Charles Smith, b. 15 May 1842,
res. in Springfield, a partner in business with his father; Abby Maria, b. 4 Dec.
1843, d. 9 Sep. 1863; Henry Mandell, b. 15 Sep. 1845, d. 24 June 1847;
George Parsons, b. 16 Jan. 1848, d. 13 Ap. 1866. Joel S. the f. owned the
farm on the easterly road to Gilbertville, marked "J. Marsh" on the R. Map,
but after his marriage generally resided near the Common, and managed a
store of English and W. L goods until about 1850, when he rem. to Springf.,
where he has since transacted an extensive business as a grot;er.

11. Marcus, parentage not ascertained, by w. Tamar, had prob. Zenas, b.
about 1793; prob. Triphena, h. about 1798, d. unm. 7 Jan. 1843, a. 44; Mar-
cus J., h. about 1800; Mary, b. about 1801, m. Bartlett, and d. 24 Jan.

1873, a. 71; Tyler, h. about 1802, d. 8 Jan. 1875, a. 73; Sally, b. about 1813,
d. unm. 2 Dec. 1873, a. 60. These, and perhaps others, were probably born
before their parents rem. to Hk. INIarcus the f. prob. resided on the road to
Ware, at the place marked " M. J. Marsh" on the R. Map; he d. 10 May
1823, a. 52; his w. Tamar d. 11 Sep. 1864, a. 93.

12. Zenas, prob. s. of JNIarcus (11), by w. Fanny, had Samuel Clifford, b.
10 Dec. 1819. Zenas the f. d. 2 July 1834, a. 41.

13. Marcus J., s. of Marcus (H), m. Amelia Dexter 29 June 1823, and
had Marcus, b. about 1825, d. 3 Ap. 1855, a. 29 years and 9 months; Moses T.,

b. ; Addison Jefferson, b. 28 July 1843; and prob. several others; but

their birth is not found on record. Marcus J. the f., a farmer, res. on the
road to Ware, at the place marked '• M. ,]. Marsh" on the R. Map. He d. 9
Mar. 1880, a. 80; his w. Amelia d. 10 Mar. 1880, a. 81.

14. Moses T., s. of Marcus J. (13), m. Sarah B. Newcomb, pub. 30 Mar.
1854, and had Carrie L., b. -1 Jan. 1857; a son b. 5 Ap. 1859; Jennie L,, b.
27 Nov. 1872.

1 See Hyde's Hist. Address at Ware, 1847, p. 50.



420 MARSH — MAYO.

15, Erastus, formerly of Townsend, Vt., by w. Sarah J., had Ellen Maria,
b. 9 Nov. 1869. Erastus the f. d. 18 Aug. 1880, a. .57.

Sally, m. Elijah Cleveland, pub. 14 May 1789. Polly, m. John Oakes,
pub. 14 July 1793. Prudknce, ni. Joseph Barnard, Jr., pub. 28 Nov. 1796;
Judaii, of Ware, m. Jerusha Collins 20 Feb. 1800. Jonathan, of Ware, ni.
Mary, will, of Moses Paiie, 1 Dec. 1824. Foster, of Ware, m. Catherine S.
Fish 17 June 1846. Mary E., ni. Dimick Willis, Jr., pub. 2 Nov. 1851.
Martha, m. Alonzo Richardson, pub. 4 Feb. 1863. William A., m. Anna
A. ISIarsh of Ware, pub. 7 Ap. I860. Jokl B., m. Julia E. Babbitt, pub. 28
Feb. 1865. Lucretia, m. Alfred II. Richardson 21 Nov. 1870.

]\Iartin, Daniel, by w. Fanny, had Fanny, Mary Ann, Louisa Maria,
James Freeman, Lorenzo, Rachel, Thomas, D wight Manly, allbap. here 10 Sep.
1820, and Sarah Wilde, bap. 17 June 1821. Daniel the f. rem. to N. Br.
about 1835.

Mason, Elizabeth (wid. of John, Esq., of Barre), d. 2 Feb. 1822, a. 95.

May, Samuel B., by w. ^Slaria, liad (Jlinion, b. at Hadley 6 Dec. 1827;
Franklin, b. here 15 Jan. 1831, res. at Southbridj^e, and d. at New York 12
Oct. 1869. Samuel B. the f. d. 4 Oct. 1834, a. 32.

Maynard, George C, m. Adeline E. Perry of Wore, pub. 4 June 1849,
and had Hester Newton, b. 26 Feb. 1851; Cornelia, b. 9 Ap. 1852; and the
family soon afterwai'ds left the town.

Patty, of Sln-ews., m. Dr. Joseph Stone, pub. 11 Mar. 1816.

Mayo, John (son of John, who d. at Eastham about 1706, and grandson of
Rev. John, who was ordained colleague with Rev. John Lothrop at Barnstable
15 Ap. 1640, rem. to Eastham 1646, and thence to Boston, where he was in-
stalled first minister of the North Church 9 Nov. 1655, was disn)issed in 1673,
and after short residence in Barnstable and Eastham d. at Yarmouth in May
1676), was b. at Eastham 15 Dec. 1652, m. Hannah, dau. of Major John Free-
man of Eastham, 14 Ap. 1681, and had Hannah, b. 8 Jan. 1682 ; Samuel, b. 16

July 1684; John, b. ; Mercy, h. 23 Ap. 1688; Rebecca, h. ; Mary,h.

26 Oct. 1694; Joseph, b. 22 Dec. 1696; Elizabeth, b, 1706. John the f.

res. in Hingham until about 1700, when he rem. to Harwich, was representa-
tive six years, and d. 1 Feb. 1726. Savage's Geneal. Did., iii. 187.

2. Joseph, s. of John (1), m. Abigail Merrick 20 Feb. 1717-18, and had
Joseph, b. 11 Nov. 1718; Moses, b. 1 Feb. 1720-1; Lydia, b. 23 Rhir. 1721-2;
Thomas, h. 1 Ap. 1725; Abigail, b. 1 Dec. 1727 or 1728; Elizabeth, b. 28 Mar.
1731, d. young; Lsaac and Elizabeth, twins, b. 28 Mar. 1733; Nathan, h. 5 Ap.
1735 or 1736 ; Eunice, b. 7 Ap. 1738. Joseph the f. res. in that part of Har-
wich which is now Brewster, was elected deacon of the church 9 Mar. 1739,
was selectman eleven years, and d. in 17 72.

3. Moses, s. of Joseph (2), m. Phebe Freeman 10 Mar. 1742-3, and had
Phebe, Moses, Mary, Hannah, Issachar, Elkanah, Edmund, all bap. 3 Sep.
1758; Phebe, bap. 30 Dec. 1759; Watson, bap. 7 Feb. 1762; Katherine, bap. 7
Sep. 1766; Benjamin, bap. 28 Aug. 1768. Moses the f. res. in Harwich
(Brewster); but in his old age rem. here, ])rob. with his son Edmuml. and d.
7 Mar. 1812, a. 94, according to the record of his death; but actually 91.

4. Nathan, s. of Joseph (2), by w. Anna, had Mehetabel, bap. 15 Aug.
1762; and prob. by 2d w^ J\huy,^ had Nathan, bap. 16 Feb. 1766; Anna,
bap. 10 July 1768;' Daniel, bap. 3 Dec. 1769; William, bap. 28 Ap. 1771;
Peter, bap. 3 July 1714; Joshua, bap. 24 Jan. 1779. Nathan the f. res. la
Harwich.

5. Edmund, s. of Moses (3), m. INIartha , who d. 20 Feb. 1797, and he

ni. Abigail . His chil. were Martha, bap. 19 Nov. 1786, d. young; Ed-
mund and Ezekiel, twins, bap. 22 Feb. 1789 (Ezekiel was bap. privately, being
sui)i)Osed near death); Ezekiel, bap. 4 Sej). 1791; George, b. 24 Oct. 1801;
J'atty, b. 9 Jan. 1807, m. Wm. Hunt of Northampton, pub. 3 Dec. 1827. Ed-
mund the f., styled captain, was prob. a master mariner, and res. in Brewster

1 The Church Record calls Mehetabel, was adni. to full communion 3 June 1764.
bap. 15 Auf,'. 1762, dan. of Nathan and Tlie name of tlie motlier of the other cliildren
Auua, yet .says that Mary, w. of Nathan, is not iiienlioued in the record of baptisms.



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