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1779, d. — May 1865; Beals, b. 29 June 1781, d. 24 Aug. 1854 ; Azariah, h.
15 Dec. 1782, d. 14 Sep. 1830 ; Heman, b. 21 June 1785, d. 9 or 29 June 1843;
Mary, b. 9 Aug. 1786, d. 9 Nov. 1840; Rhoda, b. 29 Dec. 1788, d. 25 July
1789; Rhodu, b. 22 Dec. 1790, d. 21 Oct. 1865 ; Arden, b. 24 Sep. 1793, d. 4
Nov. 1874 ; Rhoba (Ruby?), b. 7 Aug. 1795, d. 1 Sep. 1814; Alpheus, b. 2
Ap. 1797, living in Athol, 1875. Amos the f. rem. soon after 1774 to N. Sa-
lem, where most of his children were born; he d. 29 Ap. 1831, a. 85; his w.
Eunice d. 26 June 1830, a. 78. For most of the facts in regard to this family
I am indebted to his grandson, Dr. Jason B. Thomas of Thorndike.

6. Joseph, s. of Amos (2), m. Mary, dau. of Elisha Billings, 17 Mar. 1774,
and had four chil., the record of whose births is mutilated so that the several

years do not appear: Isaac, b. 20 Dec. , d. 23 Feb. 17 78; Polly, b. 9 Oct.

; Isaac, h. 2 July , prob. m. Cynthia Washburn 27 Nov. 1805; Sabra,

b. 29 Aug. . Joseph the f. prob. rem. to Uardwick, Vt., and d. 9 Mar.

1841, a. 93; his w. Mary d. 11 Sep. 1819, a. 65.

7. Daxiel, s. of Amos (2), m. Mercy , and had Samuel Beals, b. 2

Feb. 1771; Betty, b. 9 Sep. 1772; Perthinia, b. 31 May 1774, m. Joseph Crow-
ell 24 Oct. 1793; Daniel, b. 28 Jan. 1776; he may have been father also of

Lucinda, b. , m. Abel Buggies 8 May 1799; Mercy, b. • , ra. Isaac

Warren 19 Oct. 1800; Abigail, b. about 1781, m. Gershom Cobb 2 May 1811,
and (2d) David Blackmer"l3 Oct. 1823, and d. 22 Mar. 1832, a. 51. Daxiel
the f. became (with his wife) a public charge as early as 1812, and i-emained
so in 1819, and prob. through life; she d. in Sep. 1824, and he d. not many
years later.

8. Beals, s. of Amos (5), m. Nancy Bigelow of N. Brk., pub. 16 Jan. 1815;
she d. 12 May 1821, a. 29 nearly, and he m. Dolly \V., dau. of Capt. Thomas
Egery, 11 Ap. 1824; she d. 23 June 1836, a. 33, and he m. Sally W., dau. of
Stephen Gorham, 28 Nov. 1837. Ilis chil. were, an infant, d. 7 July 1816;
Jason B., b. 6 Aug. 1817; Nancy B., b. 15 Dec. 1825, m. George J. Newton
8 Feb. 1855, and d. at Gloversville, N. Y., 3 or 4 June 1858; Clara E., b. 21
July 1828, m. Addison A. Hunt 16 Mar. 1852; Edwin E., b. 24 Jan, 1831, d.
at Saratoga Springs — Jan. 1868; Sai-ah J., b. 21 Sep. 1840, m. Franklin
Wait 18 Feb. 1.H62, d. at Greenfield 5 Feb. 1878. Beals the f. was adopted
by ]\Iaj. Samuel Beals (the husband of his aunt), and res. on his homestead on
the easterly road to Gilbertville, but afterwards erected a house on the turn-
pike, about a hundred rods northerly from the Couniion ; he was a faruier, and
d. 23 or 24 Aug. 1854, a. 73 ; his w. Sally W. d. at Wore. 18 Dec. 1857, a. 54.

9. Daxiel, s. of Daniel (7), m. Polly, dau. of Capt. Edward Buggies, 3
Sep. 1798, and had Asa R., h. at Penobscot 5 July 1799; Hiram, b. here 24
Nov, 1800, d. 6 Aug. 1803 ; Elihu H., b. here 30 Oct. 1802.



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10. Jason B., s. of Beals (8), m. Phila, dau. of Capt. Martin ManJell, 17
Ap. 1850, and had a son b. 30 Aun. 1855, d. 20 Sep. 1855; a dau. b. 21 Ap.
18G0, d. 14 Au<r. 1860; Martin il/., b. 28 June 1861. Jasox B., the f., a phy-
sician, res. in Thorndike, where he d. 28 Nov. 1880.

11. Isaac, s. of Isaac of Pembroke, m. INIary, wid. of Asa Hatch of Plym-
outh, 12 May 1747, rem. to Hk. in 1762, was a merchant, and engaged in
the manufacture of potash and ironware. His house and store were on the
east road to Gilbertville, between the places marked " O. Trow" and "J.
Mann " on the R. Map, which, after his death, became the property of John
Rowe of Boston. He d. in 1765; his w. Mary was administratrix 22 Oct.
1765, but d. before 28 Feb. 1766.

Patience, m. Jonathan Kendall of Leominster 10 Oct. 1745. Submit,
of N. Br., m. Richard Waite, pub. 20 June 1771. Anna, m. Decring Elwell
of AY. Hampton, pub. 20 Mar. 1791. Israel, of Gr., m. Fanny Peirce, pub.
30 Nov. 1797. Joanna, m. Jonas Barnes, pub. 24 Mar. 1806. Cynthia, m.
Lawrin Mason, pub. 15 May 1813. Lyman, was pub. 19 June 1815, to Mar-
cia Sturtevant. Israel, m. Gratia Cobb of Gr., pub. 22 Jan. 1827. Jacob,
of Shutesbury, m. Nancy Burt 5 Nov. 1837.

Thompson, Adin A., m. Marcia, dau. of James Sturtevant, 16 Dec. 1828,
and had Ljidia Jane, b. 20 Nov. 1829; Tn/phosa Elizabeth, b. 13 Dec. 1830,

m. Moore, or Morse, and d. 4 Dec. 1878, at New Salem ; James

Barfiehl, b. 21 Mar. 1832; Marcia Augusta, b. — Nov, 1833, d. at N. Sal. 20
Sep. 1852; Samuel Adin, b. 4 May 1835; Frances Julia, b. 4 Aug. 183 7.

2. Thomas E., m. Susan and had a son d. 1 Oct. 1842, a. 2 months;

Charles Henry, b. 4 Ap. 1844.

3. Caleb, m. Josephine , and had Florence Virginia, b. 31 July 1848.

James, m. Polly Sellon 20 Aug. 1777. Eunice, m. John Wallis,"jr., of

Barre 7 Feb. 1780. Nathan, of Salem, N. Y., m. Alice Ruggles 21 Dec.
1797. Irene, a widow, d. 15 Mar. 1872, a. 79.

Thresher, Hervey. s. of Timothy, and b. in N. Br., m. Aurelia Bolster
5 Dec. 1826, and had Sylvia W., b. about 1828, m. Elliot B. Trow 27 Mar.
1866; Mulinda, b. about 1830, m. William Blake of Bel. 6 Mar. 1848; Charles
H., b. about 1833, d. in Barre 28 June 1863, a. 30; Elizabeth, h. about 1835,
m. William Bates of Barre, pub. 21 Oct. 1853; Oramel S., b. 18 Sep. 1845.
Hervey the f. d. 24 Mar. 1878, a. 75; his w. Aurelia d. at N. Br. 19 Jan.
1851, a. 42.

2. Harlow, m. Irene , and had George, b. 1843, d. 25 July 1847,

a. 4; Angeline, b. 24 Feb. 1847; a daughter b. 20 Feb. 1849.

3. DxviV), m. Nancy Robbins, pub" 17 Sep. 1850, and had Delia E., b.
about 1854, m. Alfred J. Graves 25 Ap. 18 75; Harrison Orcutt, b. 12 June
1856; Lura, b. 3 Aug. 1858, d. 21 Oct. 1872. David the f. d. 3 Oct. 1869,

a. 49 ; liis w. Nancy d. 22 May 1869, a. 44.

4. Harrison Orcutt, s. of David (3), by w. Lizzie, had Maud Edith, b.
27 Oct. 1880.

5. Frederick, by w. Nancy M., had a son b. 11 June 1857; Herbert Fred-
erick, b. 11 May 1859; Effie Augusta, b. 31 Jan. 1861.

6. Elijah C., by w. Pliilinda, had Jennie Angeline, b. 28 Aug. 1863; Rob-
ert Orcutt, h. 20 Dec. 1864.

Abigail, of N. Br., m. Josiah Butler 7 Feb. 1771. Lewis, of Prescott, m.
Lydia Chase — Dec. 1842.

Thurston, Samuel, m. Sibbelah , and had Sally, b. about 1772, m.

Abner Weston 17 Oct. 1788, and d. 13 Mar. 1836, a. 63; Lettice, b. about
17 75, m. Stephen Gorliam 6 Nov. 1798, and d. 22 Ap. 1831, a. 55; Deborah,

b. about 1778, m. Col. Micah Reed, pub. 3 Ap. 1797, and d. 30 June 1828;
Paul, b. 6 Aug. 1781, d. 17 Feb. 1786; Samuel, b. 11 Jan. 1784, d. 17 Feb.
1786. Samuel, the f. became "deranged in mind" and wandered from
his home 11 Mar. 1807; his w. advertised his absence in the Massachusetts
Spy, 1 Ap. 1807, and on the 8th or 9th of the same month he was found dead,
a. 62; the church record has this remark: " Verdict of jury, that his death
was accidental." His w. Sibbelah (or Sybil) m. Capt. Samuel Dexter 26 Sep.



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1811, but, "left his bed and board " before 19 Oct. 1812; she d. in N. Br. 13
July 1849, a. 100 years, as inscribed on her head-stone in the new cemetery
in ilk., and also on the town record of N. Br., where her name is erroneously
written " Isabella."

2. Jekkmiah, ni. Sophia, dau. of Benjamin Thayer, and had Mary F., h.
about 1822, d. unm. 14 Ap. 1842, a. 20; Martha L.', h. about 1823, d.' unm. 6
Mar. 1863, a. 40. Jerkmiaii the f. d. 12 Mar. 1829, a. 34 ; his w. Sophia d.
at (ir. 7 Jan. 1858, a. 64. All were buried in the new cemetery; but only
Martha L. appears by the record to have died here.

TiBBETTS, Fraxklix La Fayette, m. Mary W. Hervey 12 Jan. 18.53,
and had Edith M., b. 16 Oct. 1854; Mary Ejfie, b. 14 May 1857; Albion B.,
b. 13 Oct. 1859.

TixxEY, Zexas D. (otherwise written Dexter Z. Tinney), of Newburg,
Me., m. Ruth Dexter 6 Nov. 1856, and ImA Harriet Maria, b. 16 Aug. 1857,
d. 6 Dec. 1864. Zexas D. the f. was a soldier in the Federal Army, and
was killed in the Battle of the Wilderness, 6 May 1864, a. 33 ; his w. Ruth d.
25 June 1881, a. 54.

GiDEOX, of Barre, m. Betsey Childs 8 Mar. 1792. Daniel, of Ware, m.
Abigail Pike 16 Oct. 1803, and d. 29 Nov. 1811, a. 63. Mrs. Tixxey, d. —
June 1825, a. 70.

TiSDALE, Abljah, m. Miriam , and had Abijah, b. 24 July 1792.

Titus, Ephraim, m. Hannah Cobb 20 Dec. 1770, and had William, b. 19
Dec. 1771 ; Seth,h. 11 Aug. 1774.

Ebexezer, of Gr., m. Patty Rich 30 Aug. 1792. George S., of Ware, m.
Hannah Stedman 1 May 1858.

Tt)TMAX, LucRETiA, m. Miles Cobb, pub. 30 Dec. 1826. Nancy, m. Sam-
uel D. Anderson of Ware 7 Aug. 1828. Lydia, m. Laertes Evans 2 June
1833. Lucy H., m. Loren Shaw 17 Mar. 1846. L. Maria, m. Addison A.
Barber of Amh., pub. 1 Sep. 1848.

TowNE, Elljah, m. Louisa , and had Harriet Malvina, b. 11 Dec.

1821, m. Dr. David Ransom of Carlville, N. Y., 19 May 1840; Paul Allen, b.
8 Dec. 1823; Rosina, b. 4 June 1825.

2. William B., m. Elizabeth , and had Carrie L., b. about 1860, m.

Frederick A. Ruggles 15 Jan. 1878; Ernest Eugene, b. 8 Dec. 1864.

3. Amos T., m. Laura M. , and had Frank ElbriiUje, b. 26 July 1869.

4. Hexry G., m. Mary Ann Warner 1 Jan. 1872, and had Percie IL, b. 22
May 1878 ; George Henry, b. 29 Jan. 18S0; William G., b. 17 Aug. 1881, d. 9
Sep. 1881. Hexry G. the f., a merchant and deacon, res. on the Common.

Almira, m. Hosea Butterfield of Gr., 11 Ap. 1820. Eliza A., of Gr., m.
John V. Presho, pub. 13 June 1857. Elbridge, m. Ella Stone of Dana, pub.
24 Oct. 185 7. John, m. Sarah Simonds, pub. 2 Nov. 1858. Charles R., d.
6 Nov. 1862, a. nearly 32. Sally, dau. of John, b. at Dana, d. 24 Ap. 1864,
a. 35.

Trask, Danforth, m. Clarissa Winter of Gr., pub. 23 Nov. 1833, and had
Gnonje Danforth, b. 15 Nov. 1834, d. 8 Mar. 1840; Charles Edwin, b. 26 Sep.
1836", d. 15 Mar. 1840; Walter Scott, b. 11 Aug. 1838, d. 12 Mar. 1840; Wil-
liam Augustus, b. 24 Feb. 1840.

2. Michael, m. Milly Rawson of So. Orange, pub. 4 May 1844; slie d. 13
Mar. 1847, a. 21, and he m. Martha Rawson, pub. 20 May 1848. His chil.
were Alden F., b. 25 Feb. 1847; Sijlcanus Michael, h. 23 Mar. 1849; Alpheus
H., b. 1 Aug. 1851, d. 12 Oct. 185l'.

David, of Leicester, m. Pamela Cutler, pub. 21 July 1816.

Trow, Bexjamix, m. ]\Iargaret , who was adm. to the church in Nor-
ton 1754. His chil. were Solomon, b. , a soldier in the French AVar, 1759;

Israel, b. about 1737; Eunice, b. about 1744, m. Philip Spooner of Pet., and d.
here 30 May 1830, a. 86; and perhaj)s others. Bexjamix the f. res. in Nor-
ton, and d. 9 Sep. 1769; his w. Margaret d. in 17.S9, a. iS6.

2. Israel, s. of Benjamin (1), m. Mary Clapj) 1 Jan. 1761; she d. here 13
June 1809, a. 71, and he ni. Pruilence Leonard of Taunton, pul). 1 Ap. 1811.
Hia chil. were Benjamin, b. 18 Ap. 1763, a soldier in the Revolutionary War,



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1778, settled in Buckland ; Israel, b. 11 May 1766, m. Hannah Makepeace 28
May 1788, and d. in N. Br., 27 Aug. 1806; Orin, b. 9 Nov. 176'J ; Lyr//a, b.

, m. Joel Spoonerof Northfield 24 Dec. 1797 ; Nancfi, b. , m. Joseph

Bruce 28 Ap. 1799. Israel tlie f. was a sergeant in tlie French War 1759,
and a captain in the RevoUitionary War, for several short campaigns ; he was
a member of the Committee of Correspondence four years, between 1775 and
1781 ; selectman four years, between 1782 and 1793; assessor six years, 17 78-
91 ; treasurer three years, 1773-75; and representative in 1784 and 1785.
About 1793 he rem. from Norton to Petersham, and about two years later to
Hardwick, where he res. during the remainder of his life, on the turnpike,
near the Furnace, at the place marked " E. Trow " on the R. Map. He d. 17
Feb. 1825, a. 88.

3. Okix, s. of Israel (2), came here with his father about 1795, and m. Han-
nah, dau. of Benjamin Robinson of Barre, pub. 26 May 1799 ; she d. 13 June
181 7, a. 41, and he m. her niece, Lucy P., dau. of James and granddaughter
of Benjamin Robinson of Barre, 14 July 1822. His chil. were Clnrissa, b. 26
Nov. 1799. d. 8 July 1803; Gardner, b. 21 Sep. 1801, d. 7 July 1803; Alma, b.
— June 1803 or 2" July 1804, m. Dan W. Lane 6 Jan. 1824, and d. in 1875;
ElUotl Beckwith, b. 10 Dec. 1805; Orin, b. 2 Jan. 1808; Anna Maria, b. 18
Sep. 1810, m. Charles C. Spooner 17 Sep. 1829; Israel Clapp, b. 20 Sep. 1815;
a child b. 14, and d. 16 May 1817. Ouix the f. was a farmer, res. on the
homestead with his father, and d. 28 Oct. 1822, a. nearly 53; his w. Lucy
P. m. James Browning 26 Nov. 1829.

4. Elliott B., s. of Orin (3), m. Anna P. King of Barre 27 Mar. 1831;
she d. 15 Aug. 1863, a. 59, and he m. Sylvia W. Thresher 27 Mar. 1866. His
chil. were Anna Maria, b. 7 Dec. 1831, m. George W. Reed of Hubbardston
11 Nov. 18G9 ; Elliott B., b. 25 Dec. 1833, m. Isabella Worthington of Ster-
ling, 111., and d. at Coloma, 111., 12 May 1862; Samuel King, b. 6 June 1836,
m.^Charlotte E. Ross of Barre 5 June 1876; Joseph K., h. 9 Aug. 1838, d. 18
or 19 Oct. 1859. Elliott B. the f. was a farmer, res. on the homestead, and
d. 7 or 8 Oct. 1879.

5. Orin, s. of Orin (3), ra. Eunice G. Robinson of Barre (sister of his step-
mother) 31 May 1828, and had Orin Clapp, b. 17 Nov. 1830; Charles Lin-
coln, b. 11 Sep. 1833; Lucian Dwicjht, b. 12 Jan. 1839. Orix the f., a far-
mer, res. on the turnpike, near Great Meadow Brook, at the place marked " O.
Trow " on the R. Map. He was a captain of militia, a selectman six years, and
representative in 1861. His w. Eunice G. d. 11 Mar. 1866, a. 51.

6. Orix Clapp, s. of Orin (5), ni. Nina Rosalie Petri at Baltimore, Md.,
3 July 185 7, and had Rosa Eunice, b. 3 Oct. 1858. Orix C. the f. d. at
Washington, D. C, 27 Oct. 1864.

7. Charles Lincoln, s. of Orin (5), m. Abbie J., dau. of Gardner Bar-
tholomew 10 Sep. 1855, and had Samuel B., b. — May 1858, d. 3 Oct. 1858.
Charles L. the f. rem. to Richmond, Ind., where he d. 15 Feb. 187 7. His
w. Abbie J. m. Joseph N. Lincoln of Hardwick.

8. Lucian Dwight, s. of Orin (5), m. Rhoda Griffin of Syracuse, N. Y., 13
Sep. 1865, and had Fannie Eunice, b. 7 Dec. 186 7; Puella Maud, b. 3 Aug.
1869. LuciAX Dwight the f., a farmer, res. with his father on the home-
stead, and has long been an energetic and very useful member of the school
committee.

Truesdale, Harvey E., of Holden, m. Anna Fellows, pub. 29 May 1850,
and had, in Hk., Etta Cordelia, b. 4 May 1851; Anna Lorinda, b. 19 May

1853 ; Mary Eliza, b. 12 Dec. 1854, m. Stearns, and d. at Holden 3 Jan.

1877.

Tucker, Robert, with wife Martha, and children Seth, Eliphaz, Joshua,
and Laban, came from Norton to Brookfield, and thence to Hardwick in 1774,
and res. at first in a house of George Field. Robert the f. d. in 1805 ; his
w. Martha d. 30 Nov. 1809, a. 74.

2. Seth, s. of Robert (1), m. Miriam Arvin (Marvin?) 17 Dec. 1807, and
had Robert, b. 22 Sep. 1808, m. Elizabeth W. Tucker of N. Sal., pub. 5 .Mar.
1832, and d. at Ware 30 June 1879; Bradford, b. 26 Miy 1811; John Maroin,



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b. 2G June 1817; Ruth A., b. 26 Mar. 1820, m. William S. Bassott 1 Dec. 1836;
Selh Porter, b. 5 May 1822, d. 22 June 1836 ; Sarah E., h. 23 July 1826. Skth
the f. (1. 14 May IS.^3. a. 89; his w. Miriam <1. 28 Aug. 1858, a. 72.

3. Joshua, s. of Robert (1), m. Sarah Johnson of Orange, pub. 10 Mar,
1790, rem. to N. Sal., and had, perhaps, Ehenezer, h. about 1807, d. here 22 Ap.
1857, a. 50; Alfred, h. about 1808; prob. Joshua, b. about 1813, d. here 22
Nov. 1836, a. 23.

4. Labax, s. of Robert (1), m. Ruth Converse of Ware, pub. 16 Oct. 1803;
she d. 30 Nov. 1809, a. 27, and he m. Anna Douglass 8 Nov. 1810. His chil.
were Seneca, b. 13 Sep. 1805; Ci/nthia, h. 12 Jan. 1807, d. unm. 7 Feb. 1865;
Laban, b. 30 Aug. 1808; John Estes, b. 7 Sep. 1811, m. Adeline Gilmore 17
Mar. 1846, and d. at N. Brk. 3 May 1872; Mary Louisa, b. 8 Jan. 1818.
Laban the f. d. 21 Nov. 1822, a. 51.

5. Alfukd, s. of Joshua (3), m. Mary ; she d. 21 June 1838, a. 28, and

he m. . His ohil. were Wllcutt, b. about 1835, d. 20 Ap. 1858, a. 23; Addi-
son Frederick, b. 11 Oct. 1845. Alfred the f. d. 26 Ap. 1866, a. 58.

6. Avery, m. Elizabeth W. , and had Lomira, h. 1840, d. 29 July

1844, a. 4; Caroline E., b. 1842, d. 2 Aug. 1844, a. 2; Freeman Sylrester,

b. 5 July 1843; a dau. b. 11 Ap. 1848, d. 17 Ap. 1848; Sarah Elizabeth, b. 7
Oct. 1850, d. 11 Jan. 1851.

7. Hiram, m. Mary E. , and had George Edivard, b. 2 Nov. 1843; Maria

E., b. 7 Ap. 1847, d. 28 Ap. 1848; Mary L., b. 19 June 1849, m. John F.
Lathrop of Newtonville 16 Oct. 1872; William H., b. about 1851 ; Frank B.,
b. 19 Oct. 1852, d. 20 Ap. 1858; Frederick Herman, b. 16 Aug. 1856.

8. Christopher C, m. Mary S. , and had Ellen Jane, b. 14 Aug. 1853.

9. Elijah F., ni. Abbie J. Newcomb, pub. 19 Feb. 1856, and had Emma
Aurfuxta, b. 25 Nov. 1858, d. — Jan. 1859; Willie Isaiah, b. 9 Sep. 1862.

10. William H., s. of Hiram (7), m. Dahliette M., dau. of Adonijnh Dennis,
30 Ap. 1867; she d. 12 Aug. 1874, a. 32, and he m. Marion A. "Spooner of
Barre 6 June 1877. His chil. were Frank W., b, 7 Mar. 1868 ; Ethehjn D. M.,
b. 3 Dec. 1871; Hoicard H., b. 24 Feb. 1879.

11. Ephraim. parentage not ascertained, m. Abigail , and had Benja-
min, b. 6 JNIay 1780; Ephraim, h. — Ap. 1784.

Clarixda, of N. Brk., m. James Vokes, pub. 16 Nov. 1784.

TuppER, Martyn, Rev., was the first minister of the Calvinistic Society
after its separation from the oi-iginal Congregational Society in Hardwick.
He was born at West Stafford, Conn., 6 Jan. 1800, grad. at Nassau Hall 1826,
was ordained here 16 Ap. 1828, and resigned 29 Ap. 1835; he was installed at
E. Longmeadow in Oct. 1835, and dismissed in Sept. 1849; after a short pas-
torate at Lanesboro' he was re-installed here 23 June 1852, and remained
pastor of the church until 1 Sep. 1870, when he resigned, and rem. to Wa-
verly, 111. He m. Persis L. Peck of W. Stafford 13 Ap."l828, had three chil. b.
here, and others in Longmeadow: Henry Alartyn, h. 10 June 1830. grad. A. C.
1859, pastor of the church and principal of the Shaw Coll. Inst, at Ontario, 111.;
Auymta Lomira, b. 4 Feb. 1832, m. Theodore E. Curtis of AVaverly, 111., 22
Dec. 1868; Emily Peck, b. 2 Oct. 1834, m. Dr. John C. Norris of Leipsic,
Dei., 14 July 1863, d. at Philadelphia 24 Dec. 1866, and was buried in the
family lot in the new cemetery; James Brainard Taylor, b. at Longmeadow 8
Nov."l839, grad. W. C. 1861, a lawyer; Elizabeth H., b. at Longmeadow 22
Oct. 1844, d. here, unm., 26 Aug. 1864. Mrs. Tupper d. at Waverly 7 July

1871, a. 67; about a year afterwards, her bereaved husband transported her
remains to Hardwick, and deposited them by the side of their cliihlrcn; after
which he visited his friends in Stafford, and there sickened and d. 31 July

1872. lie was buried here among his people, to whom he had ministered more
than twenty-five years.

TuHNKR, Bathsheba, m. Luther Burgess, 24 Doc. 1797. Frances M.,
m. Alpheus Johnson, pub. 28 Ap. 1853. Charles S., m. Alice A. Robinson
24 Nov. 1853. MuNROE, m. Clara Robinson 4 Mar. 1858. Abigail, d. 5
May 1845. a. 19.

TuTE, James, m. Kezia , and had John, b. 6 July 1732, bap. here 14

Aug. 1737; James, bap. 21 May 1738; Sarah, b. 5 Mar. 1740.



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Mrs. Catherine m. William Richards, Roxbury, 28 Feb. 18.30.

Tyler, Reuben, m. Elizabeth Billinp;s 3 Ap. 18.31, and had Reuben Cutler,
h. 4 Dec. 1832; Sarah Clementine, b. 4 July 1835 ; Elmira Elizabeth, b. 15 Auoj.
1838; adau., b. 1 Nov. 1847, d. 16 Nov. 1847. Reuben the f. d. 21 Nov. 1859,

a. nearly 52.

Sally, of Western (Warren), m. Robert Field, pub. 20 Feb. 1802.

Utley, James, m. Mary , and had Elijah, b. about 1784, m. Abigail,

dau. of Maj. Moses Mandell, 25 Sep. 1820, kept an extensive livery-stable in
Hanover Street, Boston, and d. 13 May 1824, a. 40 ; Oren, b. about 1787; prob.
Susan, b. about 1790, m. Masa Bassett 10 May 1814, and d. 17 July 1820, a.

30; prob. Hannah, b. , m. Thomas Gorham of Barre 12 Dec. 1811; Per-

ley, a partner in business with his brother in Boston; James, b. 1797, d.

4 June 1800, a. 3; Amasa Sessions and Martj Miller, twins, b. 3 ]\Iar. 1800,
both d. 13 Aug. 1803. James the f. was a farmer, removed here from Wil-
braham 1797, and res. on the road to Enfield, about three and a half miles
from the Common, at the place wrongly marked " D. Utley " on the R. Map.
He d. 15 Mar. 1812, a. 56; his w. Mary m. Moses Barnes of Brk., pub. 25
May 1813, and after his death returned, and d. here 13 Feb. 1843, a. 82.

2. Oren, s. of James (1), m. Hannah Dexter of Royalton, pub. 22 Sep. 1811 ;
she d. 19 Mar. 1829, a. 41, and he m. Susan Adams of Brk., pub. 11 Mar. 1831.

Some of his (diil. were Maria A., b. 1813, m. Braman B. Sibley of Enf.

31 Dec. 1833, and d. at Wai'e 9 May 1853, a. nearly 40; James Dexter, b. about
1815, d. 2 Feb. 1818, a. 2; Louisa V., b. about 1818, m. John L, Lewis of
Athol 25 Sep. 1843, and d. 16 Mar. 1878, a. 60; Mary, b. 1825, d. unm.

7 Dec. 1851, a. 26; Hannah E., b. 1832, d. unm. 7 Oct. 1850, a. 18;

Henrij A., b. 1836, d. at Brk. 7 Sep. 1857, a. 21. Besides these, John T.,

Rebecca TF., wife of Zelotes H. Spooner, George D., and James B., are men-
tioned, as then living, in their father's will, 28 Nov. 1850. Oren the f., a
farmer, res. on the homestead, and d. 30 Nov. 1850; his w. Susan d. 22 Mar.
1866, a. 70.

VoKES, Robert, m. Ruth Bangs of Barre 19 July 1793, and had Charles,

b. about 1806, and prob. others.

2. Edmund, m. Salome, dau. of Eastman Bolster, 3 May 1832, and had

Harriet N., b. about 1833, m. Laban Presho, Jr., 17 Mar. 1853; a son b.

1835, d. 11 Dec. 1839, a. 4. Salome the m. d. 10 Sep. 1858, a. 45.

3. Charles, s. of Robert (1), m. Jerusha, dau. of Ebenezer Perry, 29
Oct. 1844, and had a son b. 7 May 1851, d. 8 May 1851; Charles Perry, b.

8 June 1856. Jerusha the m. d. 30 May 1887, a. nearly 65.

4. Charles P., s. of Charles (3), m. Harriet S. Browning of N. Br. 4
Aug. 1878, and had Harriet, b. 12 Sep. 1879.

Waite, Richard, m. Submit Thomas of N. Br., pub. 20 June 1771, and
had Thomas, h. 10 Ap. 1772.

2. Joseph E., m. Sabra A. , and had Frank Augustus, b. 26 Aug.

1855, d. unm. 12 Dec. 1878, at W. Brookfield.

David, m. Bathsheba, dau. of Joshua Crowell, 23 Nov. 1769. Phineas,
of N. Br., m. Patty Anderson, pub. 20 Sep. 1801. Sylvina, dau. of David,
m. Ashbel Rice, pub. 21 June 1807. Asa J., of Athol, m. Mary M. Richards,
pub. 9 Dec. 1851. Samuel, d. 7 Feb. 1838, a. 60. Abigail, a widow, d.
28 Dec. 1866, a. 74.

Walker, Ebenezer, s. of Philip of Rehoboth, m. Dorothy Abell, and
had, among others, Caleb, b. 30 Oct. 1706.

2. Caleb, s. of Ebenezer (1), m. Abigail, dau. of Dr. Ezra Dean of
Taunton, and had Caleb, b. 14 Feb. 1728-9, m. Elizabeth Perrin, and d. 4
Mar. 1753; Abraham, h. 1 Nov. 1731, m. Jemima Bishop, and d. 17 Nov.
1774; Abiqail, b. 11 Feb. 1733-4, m. Jonathan Carpenter, and d. 2 Feb.
1817; Abel, b. 11 JNIay 1736; Comfort, b. 26 May 1739, m. JNIehetabel Robin-
son, and d. 14 Ap. 1815. Caleb the f, res. in Rehoboth, and d. 3 Ap. 1768,
a. 61; his w. Abigail was b. 10 Dec. 1704, and d. 1 Jan. 1795.

3. Abel, s. of Caleb (2), m. Lois Read 14 Ap. 1763; she d. 24 Mar. 1801,
and he m. her sister, Bathsheba Read, pub. 15 Nov. 1801. His chil. were



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Cyril, b. 9 Feb. 1764, d. here unni. 30 Dec. 1849; Lois, b. 18 Oct. 1766, m.
Lewis Baker of Pelh. — Feb. 1787, and d. 12 Aug. 1853; Ahel, h. 27 Sep.
1770; William, b. 2!) Oct. 1772; Abifjail, b. 13 Aug. 1775, d. unm. at Somers,
Conn., 16 Mar. 1853; Thomas, h. 18 Nov. 1777, a printer, m. Mary P^aton of
Wore, rem. to Rome, N. Y., 1799, and was president of the Bank of Utica,
and of a savings bank; Huhlah, b. 29 Oct. 1780, m. Daniel Se.xton of
Sonicrs 18 June 1812, d. 19 Nov. 1858. Abel the f. was a Revohitionary
soUlier, and a farmer, rem. from Rehoboth to Hardwick in 1779, res. near Gr.,
and d. 17 Feb. 1819, a. nearly 83; his w. Bathsheba d. 27 Jan. 1819, a. 73.

4. Abkl, s. of Abel (3), m. ]\Iary, dau. of Jesse Snow, 26 Jan. 1797, and
had Alcah. b. 9 Ap. 1798, m. Vesta' Whitcomb of Gr. 8 Sep. 1821, rem. to
Oswego, N. Y.; Horace, b. 12 Oct. 1799, d. 2 Sep. 1803; Otis, b. 28 Dec.
1800, d. 26 Aug. 1803 ; Cyril, b. 6 Dec. 1802, d. 23 Aug. 1803; Mary, b. 27
Aug. 1804; Harru^t, b. 4 Nov. 1806, m. John S. Hall. 15 Sep. 1830, rem. to
Columbus, O.; Vashti, b. 24 Sep. 1808; Ahel, b. 14 Dec. 1810, m. Sarah S.
Allen of Brinifield 14 Oct. 1835, rem. to Elgin, 111. Abel the f. was killed

by the fall of a rock 15 Nov. 1811; his w. Mary m. Crawford, and d. in

Gr. 18 Feb. 1865, a. nearly 90.

5. William, s. of Abel (3), ni. Eunice, dau. of Col. Thomas Powers of
Gr., pub. 4 Sep. 1804; she d. 29 May 1828, and he m. Mrs. Mercy Brown of
Warren, pub. 16 Jan. 1830. His chil were Lois Reed, b. 9 July 1805, m.
Joseph Cobb, Jr., of Boston 30 Dec. 1830; Thomas Powers,}). 7 Jan. 1807,
m. Marv Gibbs of Gr., pub. 26 Feb. 1836; William, b. 9 May 1810, d. 10



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