Lucius R. (Lucius Robinson) Paige.

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Edward Clark, Jr., 23 Feb. 1800, d. 9 Jan. 1862; Joseph, b. 19 Mar. 1780;

Hanwih, b. Sep. 1782, m. Zadok Dimond of Springfield, 15 June 1819, d.

25 Feb. 1859. John the f. was a farmer, rem. from Bedford to Hard wick in
1757, and res. two miles westerly from the Common, on the Greenwich road,
at the place marked " Wid. Paige " on the R. Map. He d. 31 Oct. 1789
(wrongly inscribed 1790 on his head-stone); his w. Mary d. 31 May 1812, a.
74.

15. James, s. of John (5), m. Mary Stone 25 Oct. 1764; she d. in childbed
6 Jan. 17 70, and he m. Anna, dau. of Capt. Joseph Warner, 25 Oct 17 70.
His chil. were Polly, b. 8 Aug. 1766, m. Lemuel Page i of Rindge, N. IL, 26
June 1798, and d. 26 Nov. 1853: an infant d. 6 Jan. 1770; Dulhr, b. 5 Nov.
1772; Anna, b. 1 Ap. 1775, d. 11 Aug. 1777; James, b. 13 Jan. 1777, d. 4 Oct.
1777; Anna, 1). 18 Oct. 1778, m. Capt. ]Moses Allen 26 June 1802, d. 7 June
1824 ; James, b. 2 Jan. 1781; Calvin, twin, b. 8 May 1784; Fanny, twin, b. 8
;May 1784, m. Stephen Rice, Jr., 4 Sep. 1811 ; he d.'l6 Aug. 1821, and she m.
Capt. Moses Allen, pub. 7 May 1825; after his death she rem. to Boston, and
d. 15 Feb. 1873. Jaaies the f. was a cordwainer, and rem. from Bedford to
Framingham before 21 Oct. 1762, at which date he bought a farm in Hard-
wick, and prob. rem. here immediately. He res. on the Petersham road, at the
place marked " L. Paige " on the R. Map, and d. 18 Jan. 1817; his w. Anna
d. 5 Jan. 1814.

16. Ebkxezek, s. of John (5), m. Dorothy, widow of Joseph Fassett, Jr., of

Lexington, 21 Feb. 1760; she d. 6 Feb. 1779, a. 41, and he m. Susanna ,

who survived him. His chil. were Anna, b. 29 Sep. 1760, m. Benjamin Lane

1 He f^cnerallv wrote his name " Lemma descended from John Papje of Watertown,
Page," and it soappcars on the record, lie who d. 18 Dec. 1676, a. " about 90."



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9 Dec. 1779; Rebecca, b. 9 June 17G3, m. Jonathan Wilson 22 July 1784;
Ehenezer, b. 30 Mar. 1765; John, b. 18 Feb. 1767; DoIIii, b. 11 Dec. i768, d.
23 Ap. 1772; il/oscs, b. 11 Sep. 1770, d. 9 Aiioj. 1775; Lucy, b. 11 July 1772,
d. 14 Aucr. 1775; Mary, b. 24 July 1774; Joshua, b. 18 Jan. 1779; William, b.
19 Mar. 1783; Moses (posthumous), b. 9 Oct. 1784. Ebenkzer the f. res. in
Bedford, and d. 9 June 1784, a. 47.

17. Timothy, s. of John (5), m. Marcjaret AVellington of Cambrido;e 12
May 1766, and bad Joseph, b. 16 May 1767; Dorcas, b. 22 Ap. 1775, m. James
"Wright 16 Mar. 1797. Timothy the f. res. in Bedford, was a soldier in the
Revolutionary Army, and was killed in battle at White Plains, 25 Oct. 1776;
his w. ]\Iar2:aret m. Asa Fassett.

18. Nathaniel, s. of John (5), m. Sarah Brown of Lex. 10 Dec. 1774, and
bad Nathaniel, h. 25 Oct. 1775, m. Lydia Fitch, and d. in Bedford 30 Aug.
1858; Sarah, b. 22 May 1777, m. Samuel Randall, and d. in Boston 24 Mar.
1821; Timothy, h. 29 Jan. 1779, m. Isanna Harrinston of Lex. 11 Jan. 1801,
and d. at Bedford 26 Dec. 1860; John, twin, b. 3 Mar. 1781, m. Lucy Fitch,
and d. in Woburn (now Winchester) 22 Feb. 1861; his w. Lucy d. 19 Feb.
1861, a. 75; Benjamin, twiti, b. 3 Mar. 1781, m. ]\Iary Penniman 9 Sep. 1804;

she d. 25 July 1805, and he m. Newcomb of Quincy, where he d. 8 Ap.

1855 ; Christopher, twin, b. 10 Dec. 1783 or 1784, m. Lydia Wetherbee of Box-

boro, and d. 4 May 1840; Thomas, twin, b. 10 Dec. 1783 or 1784, ni. , and

d. in Carlisle 22 Aug. 1860; Thaddeus, twin, b. 5 May 1788, a colonel and cus-
tom-house officer, m. Dolly Richardson of Leominster, and d. in Boston 27
Jan. 1837; his w. Dolly was living in 1882; Ruhnmah, twin, b. 5 May 1788, m.
Jonathan Lane of Bedford, where she died 19 June 1882. All these children,
except Thaddeus, left posterity. Nathaniel the f. was a farmer, res. in Bed-
ford, and d. 31 July 1819; his w. Sarah d. in consequence of an accidental
fracture of her thigh-bone, 2 Aug. 1839, a. 92.

19. Samuel, s. of John (5), m. Molly Hutchinson of Bedford 23 Nov. 1775,
and had Rebecca, b. 4 Jan. 1778; Benjamin, b. 7 June 1780, a captain, res. in
Ludlow, Vt. ; Samuel, bap. 25 July 1784, a colonel, res. in Plymouth, Vt.
Samuel the f., before his marriage, rem. to Rindge, N. H., where his children
were born; later in life he rem. to Plymouth, Vt.

20. William, s. of William (8), m. ]Mercy, dau. of Benjamin Raymond, 6
Oct. 1768, and had Mercy, b. 7 Oct. 1769; Leonora, b. 5 Ap. 1771, d. young;
Ptcthinia, h. 5 Mar. 1773; William, b. 11 Dec. 1774; Leonora, b. 2 Feb. 1777;
and others after he rem. to Ware. It is said that " he had a son, William,
who died without issue, and eight daughters." ^ William the f. rem. to Ware,
was for many years deacon of the church there, and d. 23 June 1826, a. 81;
his w. Mercy d. at Barnard, Vt., 23 Jan. 1795, a. 48. ^

21. James, s. of William (8), m. Thankful, dau. of Benjamin Raymond, 6
Oct. 1768 (the same day on which his brother William and sister Rebecca
were married); she d. 31 Aug. 1806, a. 58, and he m. her sister Mary, widow
of James Lawton, 22 Mar. 1807. His chil. were Rcdph, b. 21 Aug. 1769, m.
Sally Thomas at Brk. 1 Aug. 1793, and rem. to Rutland, Vt., where he d. 20
Aug. 1857; Charles, b. 16 Oct. 1771 ; James, b. 14 Oct. 1773, rem. to Lafayette,
Ind., and d. 24 July 1831; Nathaniel, h. 14 Ap. 1776, rem. to Granville, Ohio;
Benjamin, h. 24 July 1778, m. Mary Ann Magoun of Ware, pub. 13 Nov. 1803,
and rem. to Richmond, Ind.; Lucinda, b. 28 July 1780, m. Joseph ^Nluzzey 25

Ap. 1799, and after his death m. Armstrong; Thankful, b. 13 Aug. 1782,

d. 24 Oct. 1795; William, b. 15 Nov. 1784, rem. prob. to Granville, Ohio;

Mercy, h. 12 Nov. 1786, m. Moses Brown of Ware 10 Dec. 1807, and (2d)

Pepper; she d. at Ware 16 June 1880 ; Lri, b. 17 June 1789, rem. to Spring-
field, Ohio. All these children, except, Thankful, survived their father. James
the f. was a farmer, and res. near Ware River, at the place marked " C. Paige"
on the R. i\Iap. He was politically iavolved in the "Shays" delusion, I)Ut
made his peace, and throughout his life was one of the most respected and

^ Hyde's HistO)-ical Address at Ware, 18i7, to her sisters, — .Tnanna, wife of Asa Whit-
p. 51. comb, Esq., and Deborah, %vife of Steward

2 She was probably at Barnard on a visit Southgate, — who then resided there.



440 PAIGE.

trusted citizens of the town. He ■was selectman eleven years, and assessor
seventeen years; he was also major of militia, by which title he was crenerally
known. He was elected deacon of the church 10 Auff. 1812, an office which
had previously been filled by his grandfather, his father, and one of his
uncles; and in which he was afterwards succeeded by his grandson, Deacon
James N. Brown. He d. 18 Feb. 1818.

22. Jesse, s. of AVilliam (s), m. IMarv, dau. of Capt. William Breckenridge
of Ware, pub. IG Jan. 1780; she d. 28 Feb. 1810, and he m, Mrs. Abigail
Wliiting 20 May 1812. His chil. were Francis, b. 12 Aug. 1780, d. unm. about
1800; Mali/, h. 13 Ap. 1783, d. 21 Nov, 1795; Christopher, b. 11 Sep. 1785;
Nancy (sometimes called Agnes), b. 31 Mar, 1789, m. Bassett Fay 22 Jan.

1811 ; a child b. , d. 17 Feb. 1792; Sally, bap. 23 Mar. 1794, m. George

Briggs of Lenox 19 Nov, 1816; ilanj, bap. 11 June 1797, d. 30 Aug. 1798;
Jesse, bap. 19 ]\Iay 1799; Hadassah, bap. 2 May 1802, m. Chauncy Dewey of
Lenox, pub. 18 Feb. 1828. Jesse the f. was a farmer, and res. on the easterly
road to Gilbertville, at the place marked "J. ]\lann," formerly the homestead
of Brig. -Gen. Kuggles. He was one of the "minute-men " who marched to
Cambridge in April 17 75, upon the " Lexington alarm," and twice afterwards
rendered service in the army. He had little culture, hut a full share of sound
common sense ; and he is remembered as a good neighbor and an honest man.
He d. 3 July 1818. His w. Abigail d. 29 Aug. 1856, a. 79.

23. CuKiSTOPHER, s. of William (8), m. Rebecca,^ widow of Rev. Elijah

Fletcher of Hopkinton, N. H., and had Elijah Fletcher, h. , grad. H. C.

1810, and d. in Virginia in 1817; James TF., b. about 1793, an eminent mer-
chant in Boston, where he d. 19 May 1868, a. 75; Christopher, b. , res. in

Nashua, N. H.; and perhaps others. Christopher the f. grad. D. C. 1784,
was the first pastor of the Congregational Church at Pittsfield, N. H., 1789;
was dismissed 1796, and after preaching for several years at Deering and
Washington, N. H., was installed as the first pastor of the church at Roxbury,
N. H., 21 Nov. 1816, from which charge he was dismissed 2 Mar. 1819, rem.
to Salisbury, N. H., and d. 12 Oct. 1822.

24. Nathaniel, s. of George (9), m. Salvina, dau. of Joshua Crowell, 1
Feb. 1781, rem. to Barnard, Vt., and had Nathaniel, h. 26 Oct. 1788, m. Nancy
Gilford 21 June 1813; Salvina, b. 15 Mav 1794, m. Alpheus Howe of Royal-
ton 20 Mar. 1817; Polly, b. , d. 30" Oct. 1795; Polly, b. 16 Dec. 1795.

Nathaniel the f. Avas a colonel, and d. 22 Aug. 1824; his w. Salvina d. 28
Aug. 1826.

25. Asa, s. of George (9), rem. to Barnard, Vt., where he m. Lydia, dau.
of Elkanah Steward, 19 P'eb. 1789, and had Rosilla, b. 25 Feb. 1790, ra. Har-
ris Pike of Waitsfield 26 Feb. 1824, and was living at Barnard in 1874; Mar-
tin, b. 8 Dec. 1791, d. — Mar. 1861; Anna, b. 19 Dec. 1793, d. 8 Sep. 1794;
Asa, b. 18 Aug. 1795, d. 23 Jan. 1862; Lydia, b. 22 Oct. 1797, d. 3 Mar. 1798;
Cyrus, h. 19 Jan. 1799, a farmer and deacon in Barnard, m. Laura Burke of
Westnunster. Vt., 19 Feb. 1826, and (2d) Elizabeth Rix of Royalton, Vt., 11
Feb. 1852, had posterity by both wives, and d. 28 Nov. 1875; Leonard, b. 7
Ap. 1801, was living at Oberlin, Ohio, in 1874; Louisa,h. 5 Sep. 1803; Hiram,
b. 3 Dec. 1805, d, 18 Ap. 1835; Luthera, b. 20 July 1809. Asa the f. was a
farmer, and d. 20 Dec. 1819; his w. Lydia d. 25 June 1847, a. nearly 80,

26. George, s. of George (9), rem. to Barnard, Vt., where he m. Betsey
Bicknell 28 Oct. 17.S2, and had Sally, b. 8 Jan. 1784, m. David Lewis, 2 Nov.
1812; George, b. 28 Auo;. 17H6, m. Mary Walker 29 Nov. 1810; Naomi, b. 1
Mar. 1789. m. Elisha Richmond 21 Dec. 1815; Gardner, b. 6 Jan. 1791, m.
Pluma McKinstry 2<i June lsi6; L-a, b. 2 Jan. 1789 (error in record, perhaps
should be 1792), m. Sarah Eaton 19 Mar. 1818; Betsey, b. 1 Mar. 1793; Bick-
nell, b. 8 Ap. 1795; Anson, b. 12 June 1797 ; Anna, b. 14 Mar. 1799.

27. Nathan, s. of George (9), m. Hannah Colib 25 Ap. 1784, and rem. to
Royalton, Vt., where he had Alfred, a jdiysician in Bethel, recently deceased;
William, Otis, Nathan, Liiviiis, Edirard, Betsey, and Hannah ; it is said there
wei"e two more daughters, who prob. d. young.

1 ller dau. Grace, by first husband, m. Hon. Daniel Webster.



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28. Paul, s. of Georrre (9), m. Perninah Hanmer 15 July 1790, and had

Erastm, b. 1791, d. 14 Sep. 1792; Anna, bap. 15 May 1803, m. Anson

Giffin 30 May 1809, d. at W. Brk. 20 Dec. 1868; Judson ; Luurimla ; Lucin-
da ; lihoda, d. at Hard wick, Vt., unm., a. 21; Arminda ; these six bap. 15
May 1803; Oiroline, bap. 24 July 1803; George Hanmer, bap. — June 1805;
Paul Whltcomh, bap. 21 June 1807, deacon in Brimfield, where he d. 14 Ap.
1876; Dwiqht, bap. 10 June 1810, m. Sally Rice of Brk. 5 Mar. 1835, and
(2d) Abigail Brown 28 Sep. 1843; d. at Springf. 17 Feb. 1881; William, twin,
bap. 5 May 1811 ; Willard, twin, bap. 5 May 1811, m. Rebecca Rice 21 Oct.
1834, d. at W. Brk. 10 Oct. 1846. Paul the f. was a farmer, and res. on the
homestead. After the death of his w. Perninah, 16 Oct. 1814, he rem. to
Hardwick, Vt.

29. Peirce, s. of George (9), m. Anna Durfee, res. in Royalton, Vt., and
had chil. : Roswell, David, Elijah, Calvin, Rile?/, Pliila, Laura, Mary, and
Elvira.

30. Timothy, s. of Timothy (10), m. Mary, dau. of Thomas Robinson, ^ 20
Jan. 1780, and had Mary, b. 28 Oct. 1780, m. Col. Thomas Wheeler 14 Feb.
1805, and d. at Ticondcroga, N. Y., 18 Sep. 1828; Sophia, b. 31 Oct. 1782, d.
unm. 23 Oct. 1861; Stephen West, b. 3 May 1785; Timothy, b. 6 Mar. 1788;
Martin, b. 27 Sep, 1791 ; Cyrws, b. 7 Ap. 1794, d. 16 Jan. 1796 ; Rebecca, b.
27 Aug. 1796, d. unm. 30 Mar. 1821; Cyrus, b. 16 Sep. 1799, d. 28 June 1803 ;
Lucius Robinson,^ b. 8 Mar. 1802. Timothy the f. was a farmer, but during
a large portion of his life was much engaged in public affairs. He was a mem-
ber of the company of "minute-men," and marched to Cambridge upon the
Lexington alarm ; he afterwards served, for short periods, several times during
the Revolution, but did not enlist in the regular army. He was lieutenant of
militia in 1784, and on the 30th of May, 1788, was commissioned Captain of
the " Cadet Company," then organized by special order of the Governor. He
was selectman from 1798 to 1810, and from 1817 to 1821, eighteen years;
assessor from 1798 to 1821, twenty-four years; also moderator of every March
meeting, with a single exception (and nearly all the other town-meetings),
from 1802 to 1821, representative in the General Court seventeen years suc-
cessively, from 1805 to 1821 inclusive; and a delegate to the Constitutional
Convention in 1820. He was commissioned justice of the peace 9 May 1803,
and of the quorum 29 Aug. 1816; and from his first appointment until his
death almost every " Justice Court" in the town was held by him. He res.
about five or six years after his marriage on the homestead, with his father,
and then erected the house which still remains on the place marked "J.
Marsh " on the R. Map, about forty rods northerly from his former residence,
and thei'e d. 29 Oct. 1821; his w. Mary soon removed to the house marked
" Wid. Paige," at the northerly end of the Common, and d. 29 Mar. 1836, a.
77. An obituary in the New England Palladium, 9 Nov. 1821, described him
as "one of the oldest members of the House of Representatives; a man who
united very many excellent and useful qualities, and who was universally es-
teemed among his acquaintances for his intelligence und unbending integrity; "
and on the next day (10 Nov.) the Columbian Centinel referred to him as
" one of the oldest members of the House of Representatives of this State; an
undeviating patriot, and an intelligent man." ^

31. Foster, s. of Timothy (10), m. Amittai, dau. of John Paige, 6 Jan.
1785, and had GarJ/ier, b. 16 Oct. 1785; Seneca, b. 15 Feb. 1788, m. ,

1 Mary Robinson was a lineal descendant 2 xhe original name was Lucius; Rohin-

from Gov. Thomas Dudley 1 (who d. at Kox- son was added by an act of the General

bury 31 July 1653), through his daughter Court.

Mercy,'- who m. Rev. John Woodbridge of 3 He was one of the " first three " who,

Newbury; their dau. Martha 3 m. Capt. for a period of about twenty years each,

Samuel' Ruggles of Roxbury 8 July 1680; held undisputed prominence in the manage-

their dau. Patience ■* m. James Robinson of ment of public affairs in the town; namely,

Boston ?> Julv 1711; their son Thomas, 5 b. Uiig.-Gen. Timothy Ruggles, from 1754 to

20 Ap. 1718, "m. Mary, dau. of Capt. Elea- 1774; Maj.-Gen. Jonathan Warner, from

zar Warner 23 Nov' 1744; and their dau. 1780 to 1802; and Timothv Paige, Esq., from

Mary,6 b. 3 Dec. 1758, m. Timothy Paige, 1802 to 1821.
Esq., as in the text.



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res. in Bfikersfield, Vt., and afterwards in Dunham, Canada East; he was a
member of the Provincial Parliament, and d. s. p. 11 Oct. 1856; Reed, b. 28
Mar. 1790, m. (at Barnard, Yt.) Eunice, dau. of Dr. Convers Cutler of Hk.,
31 Mar. 1819, was a farmer, res. in Bakersfield, Vt.. and d. s. p. 22 Feb. 1867;
Mary, b. 18 Julj^ 1792, m. Jesse Paige and d. here 19 Jan. 1823; Rebecca
Peirce, b. 17 I\hir. 1797, m. David Smith, and after his death m. Asahel Deming
of West Berkshire, Vt., 5 Oct. 1828 (they celebrated their " golden wedding "

5 Oct. 1878, and both are living in 1883) ; Foster, h. 25 Oct. 1801 ; Amittai
Cutler, b. 16 Nov. 1804, m. Lyman Hurlburt, and after his death m. Elijah
Barnes, of Bakersfield, Vt., whom she sm'vived and is living in 1S83; Sally
Warner, b. 5 Aug. 1808, m. Josiah Fay Brigham of Bakersfield, and d. 11
Mar. 1829. Foster the f. was a farmer, rem. to Hardwick, Vt., before 1800,
and thence to Bakersfield, where he d. 22 June 1843; his w. Amittai d. at
the house of her dau. in W. Berkshire, 5 Nov. 1860, a. 97.

32. Reed, s. of Timothy (10), m. Hannah, dau. of David Paige of Bed-
ford, 25 Dec. 1794, and had AhiejaU, b. 23 Jan. 1796, m. Jacob Flint 14 Nov.
1815; Mary, b. 2 Oct. 1799, m. Moses Whitney 2 Dec. 1817; Demd, b. 11
Mar. 1802, a physician at Belvidere, 111., d. in 1868; Timothy, b. 31 Aug. 1805,
■was educated at West Point, a captain in the U. S. Army, resigned, and d. at
St. Louis 14 June 1867; Nathaniel George Reed, b. 17 Aug. 1807, a farmer in
Marengo, 111., d. in 1853; William, b. 18 Ap. 1811, "went south about 1830,
and no tidings wei'e ever received from him; it is supposed that he was mur-
dered on the overland route to California; " ^ Leicellyn, b. 18 July 1816, d. 26
July 1816. Reed the f. grad. D. C. 1786, studied divinity with Dr. Emiuons of
Franklin, was a Hopkinsian after the straightest sect, and, what was then very
unusual among the orthodox clergy, was an ardent Democrat in politics. He
was ordained the first pastor of the church in Hancock, N. H., 21 Sep. 1791,
■which odice he retained through life. He published two ordination sermons,
an election sermon, 1805, and several others on different occasions. In the
*' Gazetteer " of New Hampshire, art. Hancock, he is described as " a learned,
pious, able, and faithful minister; a good citizen; an honest and upright man;
a firm patriot, and zealous and able advocate of his country's rights, which
very much endeared him to the people of his charge, who frequently elected
him to represent the town in the State Legislature of which he was a mem-
ber at the time of his death." He d. of fever 22 July, 1816, in the midst of
his usefulness, a. about 52; his w. Hannah d. 7 Oct. 1847, a. 74.

33. Moses, s. of Timothy (10), m. Lucy, dau. of David Aiken, 27 Aug.
1789; she d. 27 Mar. 1800, and he m. her sister, Mary Aiken, pub. 17 May,

1801. His chil. were, twins, b. , d. 1 ISIay 1790; Mary Aiken, b. , d.

young; Joel Sijuonds, b. 25 Jan. 1793; a child, b. , d. 1 Feb. 1795;

Lucy, b. 13 Ap. 1796, m. Anson Ruggles 14 June 1812. and d. 29 July, 1874;
Mary Ann Aiken, h. 8 Mar. 1798, m. Lysander F. Haskins of Prescott 20
May 1833, and d. 29 or 30 Mar. 1862 ; Moses, h. 6 Feb. 1800; Asa, b. 9 Dec.
1801, m. Cordelia, dau. of Maj. Gardner Ruggles, was a physician and apothe-
cary in Troy, N. Y., where he d. s. p. 19 Jam 1836 ; Hannah, h. 11 May 1804,
ni. Horace II. Hayward of Ware 12 Dec. 1826, rem. to Marathon, N. Y.,' and
d. 16 Jan. 1S45; Clarissa, b. 24 Dec. 1807, m. William Breckenridge of Ware

6 Nov. 1827, d. 9 Dec. 1867. Moses the f. was a farmer, and res. in several
houses at ditlerent times ; his last residence was on the turnpike, about three
quarters of a mile north from the Common, at the place marked "S. Weston "
on the R. Map, where he d. 5 Dec. 1818; his w. Mary m. Jonathan Mai'sh of
Ware 1 Dec. 1824, and d. in 1845.

34. Thomas, s. of Timothy (10), m. Susanna, dau. of Warham Warner
of N. Br. 17 June 1798, and had Susan Warner, b. 10 Aug. 1800 ; d. unm. at
Wore. 6 ,Iunel880; Hannah IFare, b. 22 June 1802, m. Samuel ^Voo(l of Farn-
ham, C. E., 9 Feb. 1843 (he d. 24 Jan. 1S48); Daniel Waldo, b. IS Feb. 1804,
m. Sarah Smith 1836, res. in Leno.xviile, C. E., and d. 7 Feb. 1877 ; George
Washington, b. • 18 May 1806, m. Elvira Waters of Barre, Vt., 24 Aug.

1 Windoio Memoriid, p. 154 ; from which the last name in this family and some of the
dates are taken.



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1835, res. Chicago; Almira Clark, b. 7 Feb. 1808, d. iinm. 11 Mar. 1838;
Prudence Marin"h. 15 May 1811, m. Samuel A. Porter of Wore. 5 Ap. 1831 ;
Sophia Foster, b. 4 Mar. 1815, ni. Austin Bixhy of Wore. 15 Mar. 1836 ; Letitia
Duncan, b. 2 May 1817; Thomas Reed, b. 1 June 1821, killed by the kick of a
horse 25 May 1836 ; Harriet Antoinette, b. 2 July 1825, d. 5 May 1827,
Thomas the f. was a farmer, and res. in Hancock, N. H., from about 1799 un-
til about ISIG, when he rem. to New Braintree; in 1836, when stricken in
years, he rem. to Lenoxville, C. E., and subsequently to Compton, C. E.,
where he d. 16 June 1855; his w. Susanna d. 8 Dec. 1863, a. 87.

35. WixsLOW, s. of John (12), m. Clarissa, dau. of Gen. John Keyes of
Windham, Conn., pub. 13 Auo;. 1787, and hud John Keyes, b. here 2 Aug. 1788;
Hannah Winslow, b. — Aug. 1791, m. Archibald Croswell of Broome, N. Y.,

1822; Maria C, b. 1794, m. David Cady of Florida, N. Y., 1815; Alonzo

Christopher, b. 31 July 179G ; Diana C, b. — Feb. 1799, m. Allen H. Jack-
son of Florida N. Y., 1820; Antoinette A. L., b. — Aug. 1804, m. George
Smith of Florida 1825; he d. 1828, and she m. Hon. Piatt Potter of Sche-
nectady 1836. Winslow the f, was a clergyman, and received the honorary
degree of A. M. from B. U. in 1828. He res. on the homestead in Hk. until
1790, when he rem. to the State of New York, and was settled at Stephen-
town, 1790, at Schaghticoke, 1793, at Florida, 1808, and at Broome, 1820,
■where he d. 15 Mar. 1838.

36. John, s. of John (14), m. Anna, dau. of Edward Clark, pub. 15 Sep.
1788; and had Clark; h. about 1789. JoHX the f. Avas a farmer, and res. on
the Petersham road near the town line. He was very industrious, and re-
markably successful in the accumulation of property, transmitting a very large
estate to his grandchildren. He d. 21 Sep. 1836; his w. Anna d. 27 Mar.
1845, a. 77.

37. David, s. of John (14), m. Martha, dau. of Capt. Seth Peirce, 23 Aug.
1792, and had Cutler, b, 5 Oct. 1792; John, b, 5 Mar. 1794, d. unm. 13 Dec.
1819; Huldah, b. 16 Sep. 1796, m. Col. Elbridge Cutler 20 Sep. 1817, rem. to
Hartford, Conn., and d. — Mar. 1879; Mar;/, b. 13 Dec. 1799, m. Capt.
Jonathan Webb 14 June 1819, and d. 2 Aug. 1869; Martha Ann, b. 23 July
1808, m. Dr. James M. Smith of New Haven, Conn., 25 Nov. 1829, and d.
before 1845. David the f. was a very successful farmer, and res. on the turn-
pike, about a mile northerly from the Common, at the place marked " D.
Paige " on the R. Map. He d. 22 Jan. 1854 ; his w. INIartha d. 31 July 1844,
a. 74. His second w. Fanny, wid. of Sampson Peirce of N. Br., to whom he
was pub. 15 Aug. 1845, ret. to N. Br. after his death, and d. 24 Ap. 1866,
a. 84.

38. Bex.jamix, s. of John (14), m. Elizabeth, wid. of Ezra Clark and dau.
of John Webb, 6 June 1819, and had Benjamin Franklin, b. 24 Mar. 1820;
Joseph, b. 3 Sep. 1821, d. 3 July 1831; John, b. 11 Dec. 1822, d. 19 or 20
Dec. 1822; Mary Cutler, b. 18 Dec. 1823, m. Henry Bassett of Ware 9 Ap.
1845; John W., b. 15 Aug. 1825. Benmajiix the f. was a farmer and captain
of militia; he res. on the homestead, and d. 14 Aug. 182 7 ; his w. Elizabeth d.
16 Mar. 1856, a. 73.

39. Joseph, s. of John (14), m. Fanny, dau. of Seth Lincoln of Warren
23 Ap. 1816, and had EmeUne M., b, about 1819, m.P>astus W. Paige 7 Mar.

1850; Seth Lincoln, h. sihont 1821, m. , res. in Boston, and d. s. p. 28

Mar. 1879, a. 57; Mary C, b. about 1823, m. Amasa W. Lincoln 10 June
1845 ; Joseph, b. prob. about 1825, rem. to the West, and d. several years ago;

Martha Ann, b. ; Charlotte F., b. about 1828, m. Stewart Chase of

Holyoke, b Feb. 1852; Harriet M., b. about 1830, m. Dr. H. A. Harriman
of Gardner 20 June 1853. Joseph the f. was a farmer; after his marriage
he res. in Barre, where he d. 16 Ap. 1852, a. 72; his w. Fanny d. at Spring-
field 21 July 1878, a. 80.

40. LuTHEU, s. of James (15), m. Sarah, dau. of Elijah Bangs, 22 Aug.
1802; the d. 21 Ap. 1816, a. 34, and he m. Mary, wid. of Barnabas
Hinkley, 4 Sep. 1816. His chil. were Eraslus Warner,'h. 1 July 1803; JoJin
Adams, b. 12 Feb. 1805, a mason, res. in Boston, d. 5 Jan. 1864 ; Bela Bangs,



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b. 13 July 1807, m. Rliofla Ann, dau. of Stillman Clark, 28 Nov. 1844, res. in
Boston a few 3'ears, and afterwards on tlie homestead in Hk. ; Rosamond, b.
6 July, 1809, d. 8 Mar. 1816; Snrnh Arm, b. 16 Mar. 1813, m. Capt. John
Raynion<l 31 INIar. 1833, d. 23 Sep. 1861; Fanny, b. 3 Ap. 1814, d. —
July 1814. Luther the f. was a farmer, and res. on the homestead ; he d. 18
Jan. 1843; his w. Mary d. at Bangor, Me., 11 Mar. 1849.

41. James, s. of James (15), m. Thirza Hopkins of Petersham, 8 July
1810, and had Hennj A., b. 20 July 1811; Elizabeth, b. 5 Nov. 1821, m.
Andrew J. Richardson, 5 July 1843. James the f. was a mason, resided in
Boston, wrote his name Page, and d. 2 Nov. 1846 ; his w. Thirza d. 17 Feb.
1870, a. nearly 84.

42. Calvin, s. of James (15), m. Martha Ru<rrrles 12 Nov. 1815 ; she d. 5
Aug. 1816, and he m. Philinda Gates 19 Sep. 1819. His chil. were Silvanus
Gates, b. 13 June 1820, d. 1 May 1821 ; Calvin Gates, b. 3 July 1829. Cai.vin
the f. was a mason, res. in Boston, wrote his name Page, and d. 7 July 1850;



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