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THE GENEALOGICAL ADVERTISER.

VOLUME III.



The Genealogical Advertiser.



A QUARTERLY MAGAZINE
OF FAMILY HISTORY.



1900



VOLUME III.



CAMBRIDGE, MASS.

LUCY HALL GREENLAW.

1900.



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Vol. III. MARCH, 1900. No.



LINCOLN COUNTY, MAINE, PETITIONS.

William Blake Trask. A. M., of Dorchester, communicated to
the New England Historical and Genealogical Register (April, 1890)
a " Petition of the Inhabitants of Kennebec River for Protection,"
dated April 22, 1755, which contains substantially the same names as
the first of the two petitions here printed. As there are several names
in each petition not found in the other, and as they differ in date
nearly three years, it has been thovight advisable to print the earlier
petition here in full, with rules to indicate the position of the signa-
tures by pages.

The first of the petitions which follow is not dated, but the refer-
ence to the date of the first in the second ("in Nov"': 1752 "), and
the action of the House of Representatives on November 28, 1752,
establish its place chronologically as fully two and one-half years
earlier than the petition published in the Register.

The second petition here printed differs from the others widely in
the names of its signers. The three petitions probably contain the
signatures of a large majority of the adult male inhabitants of that
part of York County which was incorporated July 21, 1760, as Lincoln
County. The signatures are arranged in two columns in the first
petition, and in three in the second.

[263] f To the Honourable Spencer Phips Esq''. Lieu-

T, ■ r ^1 tenant Governour and Commander in Chief in

Provmce or the , ^ -r. • t- ^i tt ki» 1 •

,;r . ^^ r, <, and over s'* Provmce. 10 the Hon°'«: his

Massachusetts Bay ,, • , , ^-, -i r .1 o .1 tt

-' Majesty s Council for the same & the Honour-

l^ able House of Representatives

Humbly Shew

The Proprietors of that Tract of Land lying on Both

sides of Kennebeck River which was granted to the late

Colony of New Plymouth in their Charter & afterwards by

that Colony granted to Antipas Boys & others Together with

Sundry of the Principal Settlers & Residents within the

Limits of said Tract



Lincoln Coniify, Maine, Petitions.



1 hat the Inhabitants of said Tract had formerly the Privile-e of
holding a Court within that District & were vested with a pe "uliar
Jurisdiction of matters arising among them in Subordination to the
Government of the late Colony of New Plymouth that of Later Times
the Comts of Justice held in and for the County of vork ha^e exer
cised Jurisdiction not only over your Petitioners Tract' aford. but also
overall Lands ying to the Eastward thereof to the utmost Limits of
this Province Eastward but how or by what Law they became pos
s^essed of that Jurisdiction Your Petitioners could never yet be able to
Discover That the great Distance that Suitors, Witnesses cS. Turo s
have to Travel from said Tract to York together with the Badness &
Danger of the Roads thither are a great Difficulty and Burden to
your Petitioners the Settlers on said Tract which together with the
perplexity- arising from the Doubtfullness of such Courts Juriscict on
over them and Danger that the Judgements obtained in such Courts
in Local Actions arising among them may some time or other be
called [364] in Question and Reversed are a great Discouragement
to your Petitioners m their Settlement and th5 it would ve^ch
Facilitate and Promote the further peopling and Improvise- ^lid
Tract and Render the Expensive Efforts of your PedtioneT-s the
Proprietors to Settle the same more SuccessfuMf said District was
erected into a Distinct County Your Petitioners therefore pray you
Honour and the Honourable Houses would please to take t^leyem
ises into your wise Consideration and make your Petitioners Tiact
aford a Distinct and Seperate County with the usual Priv Wes and
Jurisdictions of a County or otherwise relieve your Petitionees upon
the premises as Your Wisdom shall Direct and Your Pet- &c ^



John Jones
James Bowdoin
Jonathan Fox
Edwd. Tyng
Nath': Thwing
Gershom Flagg
John Goodwin"
Samuel Goodwin
Ja^ Fox
John Tufts
Jonathan Reed
William Taylor
David Jeffries
Eleazer Harlow

[265] Thomas Walley
Joseph Dowse
Isaac Foster
Joseph Winslow
John Winslow



Jacob Wendell
Edward Winslow
W"". Brattle
Cha Apthorp
Thomas Hancock
Robert Temple
Willm; Bowdoin
Richd Foster
Silv. Gardiner
James Pitts
Benj^: Pollard



Thomas Roott

his

W'" / Coins

mark

his

George G M in'Gletton

mark



Lincoln Countw Maine. Petitimu.



Samuel Fowle
Habijah Weld

Setlers
James grace
James Cunningham
John Wight

his

Joseph 1/ Baber

mark
his

Martyn H Hay ley

mark
his

Michael -{- Thornton

mark
his

John Oliver

mark

Ephraim oleer
Alexander Campbell Junr
Jacob duer
Daniel Savage
Charles Snipe
William Chism
William Stinson
Joseph Paine
Micheal Malcom
Allen Malcom



Patt Drumond
Thomas Williams
Alex Campell
William Bryen
Samll Hinkley
James thompson
ebenezer Hinkley
Nathanel Berry
Nath" Larrabee
David Duning
George Harward
William Vincent
Joseph Lankester
Shubel Hinckley
William Reed
John Snell
John Spaulding
James Howard
John Howard
Samuel Howard
Moses Waymother
Silvnus Whitford
Davi Joy



[266] Philip Call

philip Call Junr
Thomas Parker

his

John Jh Hein Harring

mark

Thomas means
Townsend Smith
Ralph Kendall
John Cheney
Benjamin Kendall
elias Cheney
Andrew Reed
William Montgumry
David Reed
Robert montgumry
John Wyllie

his

Alex'^'' / ij Erskin

mark

Tho^ s' Storer

mark

Robert montgumry ju.



James W young

mark

David Lovett
Patreck Rodgers
John m'^farland
John m'^farland Jun'
John Larmond
James Huston
William Huston
William Jones
Michael Jones
William Jones Junior
Richard Jones
Anthony Chapman
Ichabod Smith
John Wadleigh
William Blackston
Joshua Smith
Lemuel Perkins
John Rollings
Samuel Hall



Lincoln County, Maine, Petitions.



his

Simon -)- Elelot

mark

Morgan Cafifry
Robert m'^gathry

his

Tho^ ) ( Selley

mark



his

Ichabod X Linscot

mark
his

Stephen X Hosdon

mark

Elisha Clark
Samuel Herdie

his

Willam 14/ Hilton

mark



[267] Nath" winslow

Nathaniel Winslow juner
Kenelm Winslow J ^'^^'■
William Rackleff
Elisha Winslow
Alexr: Nikels
Alexander Nikels Juner.
John Nikels
Henry Little
James Clark
John Balentin

his

Thomas 7" niurphey

mark

Peter Petersone
William Clark
James Clark Ju""
John Cuningham
Joseph Anderson
Samuel Anderson
James Hodg
John m'^Near
David Given
William M^Cleland

his

James /// forister

mark

Joseph Dacker
Joshua Siluester
James Day
John Decker

his

Rogels R C Colbee



J^ft |ohn Gray
James Grant
Willam Gres
Elisher Kenny
Robert Lambort
John Tomson
Nathanel Runelet
Elijah Grant
Ephiram Grant
Andrew Grant
Sheribiah Lambert
John Decker the 2 juner
John Sutton
Sam" Trask
Ebenezer : Gove
Joseph hodsden
William Boyinton
Samuel Trask J'
Sam'. Chapman
George Gray
Robert Hooper
Joseph tayler
Caleb Byinton
moses Gray
Joseph Young
Joseph Young ju"^
John mc phetres



[268] John Pope
John Rowell
John Carlton
Samuell Blanchard



Joseph Ewing
Alexander Ewing
Charles robertson
Benjamin Thompson



IJitcolfi Cfluutw Maine, Petifioiis.



Daniel Lankester
Ebenezer Smith
Thomas Stinson
Joshua Farnam
Edward Savage
William Gilmor
Thomas Stinson j'

his

John -|- gerdy

mark

Isaac Savage

his

Jams X stinson

marke

William Pumory
miles Goodwin
Ezra Danes
James Whidden
Lazarus Noble
Timothy Whidden

William f Reed

mark

Samuel Allen
William Malcom
Tobias Ham



[269] Ebenezer Standwood
Judah Chase
Sam" : Standwood
David Stanwood
Thomas Stanwood
Will"' Standwood
John Reed
William Ross
John Smart
James Elett
Andrew Ellott
Robert Smart
Thomas m^gregor
Nehemiah Ward . —
John Giuen

his

John orr

mark

Samuel Clark
James Hervey

his

William m^ -|- Nest

mark

John Starbird
Tho*. Skofield



his

william musterd

mark

AUexander potter
James Potter
John malcom

his

Robart R Dun lap

mark

John Dunlap

his

Joseph -|- Jack

mark

Joseph Smith
Will™ Speer
Robert Speer jun^
Rob', Speer
James Duning
John Phelan
John Martine
John Williams
Robert Dening
James Douglass
Will'" Woodside
W"" Woodside Juneo'
James wooden

Alexander W^illson
Robert Willson
Hugh Willson
Robert Giveen
John Mallett
James Doyle
Nathnel Barns

his

John Ul Sarrad

mark

Wait Weber
Jonenthan Webber

his

Joshua ^/ Gray

mark

Benj Bunker ^ —
Elisha Allen

his

will"" m alexander

mark

James allexonder
John AUexander
Edward Cuningham
william tarr
John mathews



Lincoln County. Maine. Petiti



ons.



Willeam Simpson
Abijah Young-
Joseph orr

his

Joshua ft Crommel

mark

John Malcom

his

John -j- Bunker

mark



Isaac Hall
George Combes
John Jorden
alexander thompson
Cornelius thompson
James thompson



[270] david Jenkins

his

Joseph S Thompson

mark

Isaac Snow
John Snow
peter comes
Abel Eaton

his

Selvanes ^ Comes

mark

his

Samuel y william

mark

Peter Combes Jr
John Gatchell
Step" Gatchell
David Doughty
John Gachell Juner
Anthony combs j""
Anthony Combs
Timothy Tebbets
Moses Tebbets
Peter Woodward
Sepren Cornish

mark

John ^ Aston

his

his

John Cornish

mark

Joshua lumbert
Beniamen whitney



Benj" Denlow

his

Corneales J Keaff

mark
his

Brant C Robinson

mark
his

Patrick wals

mark

David Trufant

his

Samuel Y melune

mark
his

Samuel X melune Juner

mark

John Solwen

his

Robert + Sedgley

mark

Nathanel X Geleson

mark

Nath Donnell

his

Tarrance T m^macken

mark
his

Timothy T Rordan

mark

Jonathan Philbrook
Jona. Philbrook junr
Job Philbrook
Isaiah Crooker
Elijah Crooker



[271] John Stinson

Philip Hodgkins

his

John W onale

mark

Stephen greenleaf
Daniel Lankester



Benjamin Pumeroy
Sameuel Wels
James Blethen
Joseph Mackentir

Josiah W Day

mark



Lincoln County, Maine, Petitions.



his

YX\\\\\ -)- Lankester

mark

James Beueridge

his

John Torp

mark
his

James X Thornton

mark
his

mathew co whelan

mark
his

Patrick -j- murry

mark

WilHam Johnson
Simon Burtton
James Drumond
William Marshall
John Blethen sen
John Blethen j. 2
Franses Wyman
Nicholas Rideout
William Rideout
David gustin

his

andrew A Beimet

mark
his

James 2 Newbury

mark



[272] John Cleary

his

John X Dun

mark

his

Timothy Dunton

mark

Stephen Greenleaf
John gray
Richard Greenleaf
Samuel Greenleaf
Simon Crosby
Joseph Greenleaf
Daniel Gray
Aaron Abbot

his

John -\- Getchel

mark
his

henery X Slomen

mark
his

Isrel CU hunewell

mark



vStephen oo Day

mark
his

Will"\ -|- Karday

mark

Francis Wyman jun"^
Nathanel Wyman
Cornelius hall
Arthur Percey
Thomas Percey

his

Timothy -f- Ruork

mark

Samll Hinkley
James m^faden
John m^^fadin
Matthew m'^Kinney
George m'^Kinney

his

John R Flan

mark

James m^faden Juner

his

Robert P poor



James Johnston
Phill: White
Obadiah Call
Phinehas Parker
William Sewall
William Philbrook
william Sproul
James morton
Robert Sprouel
James Sprouel
John m^Kown

his

Corneles Q Thornton

mark
his

John Dun



mark



his



Thomas D Hutchinsons



Ringin 1// Erskins

mark



JAricoln County, Maine, PetHions.



James Savage

his

Daniel W m=Kenney

mark

Solomon walker
moses hilton



l^-n']



his

George e Calwell

mark

Francis young

his

George e C'lark

mark

John Hiscock
Richard Hiscock
Elisha Winslow

his

Cornelious Jones

mark

Joseph Hussey
Thomas Humphrys
John m'^Farland
Ephraim mcFarlanci
Samuel M'^Cobb
John Beath
William Moor
Willim fullertown
Will'". Fullerton



uner



his



Walter W Beath

mark

Andrew m^^farland
Robert Wylie
Willim wylie
Andrew Reed

his

Henjamen X Linnaken

mark
liis

Clarke X Linnaken

mark



James miller
Walter Cean
Joseph fowles
James Crocker
arnold wethun
Charles glidden
Samuel Kelley

his

John Speed

mark



Thomas Partridge
Wilem hekes
Joseph wittum
James Stinson
John Leeman
Robert Foy
Ebenezar Leeman
Charls Blagdon
Samvel Barter

his

James -|- Brewer

mark

Samuel Barter jr

his

James X Brewer juner

mark posted

John Orr
Daniel Lenecken

his



Joseph X Leneken



[274] In the House of Repn^s Nov 28, 1752 Read and
Odered that the Pet- Serve the Prop- and Inhabts of the
within mentioned Tract of Land (non Pet-) with a copy of
this Pet" by msertmg the Substance thereof in one or more



Lincoln Count\\ Maine, Petitions. 9

of the publick newspapers ; that so they may shew cause if
any they have on Wednesday the 27th of Dec"" next if the
Court be then Sitting, if not, on the first fryday of the next
Sitting of this Court why the Prayer thereof should not be
granted

Sent up for concurrence

T. Hubbard Spk'-.
In Council; Decem^ 14. 175^2; Read & Now Concur'd

J. Willard. Secry.

Massachusetts Archives, vol. 116, pp. 26j-2y4.



[207] Governour and Commander in Chief in & over His Maj-
estys Province of the Massachusetts Bay and the Honour-
able the Council & Honourable House of Representatives.
The Memorial of

Humbly Sheweth
That a great number of the Inhabitants of the County of York to the
Eastward of North Yarmouth, petitioned the Great & General Court
in Nov"": 1752. to be formed into a Distinct & Seperate County, for
the reasons in said Petition mentioned, which Petition as we are in-
form'd was revived in Feby*. 1760. and then refered together with a
Petition from Falmouth for a New County to the next May Sessions
your Memorialists having long experienced the great charge incon-
venience & hardship of attending upon Courts at a Distance.
Humbly pray your Honours

that a New County may be formed in the Easterly part of the County
of York to be bounded on the West by a line to run from some part
of Casco=Bay to Amorescoggin River and from thence by Amores-
coggin River and all that part of the Province which lies to the East-
ward of such a line may be included in said New County ; and that
Pownallborough may be the Shire or County Town, and have the
Priviledge of being Represented at the General Court, all which will
greatly accommodate the Inhabitants and have a great tendency to
incourage the Growth & Settlements of that part of the Province.

Charles Estienne Houdelette

[Page 207, ist col.] Cassimer Mayer

Jacob Barrett Oliver Blie
Jon''. Bryant [Page 207, 3rd col.]

Simeon wyman William Storey
Sam> oldham his

Jaques Bugnon Marke X Cavner

[Page 207, 2nd col.] "'""''

Daniel goud Bennet Woods

Thomas Low Jean george Goud



LIriro/n Coiintw Maine. Pcfifions.



[Page 208. ist col.]

Benjamin Brown

his

Brant C Roberson

mark

John Andrews
James Cooper
Davi joy
Alex'. Nikels
Jona' Norcross
Jaque Goud

his

\\ '" X moore

mark

Vbram wyman
lohann Heinricli

" ht(?)

Michel Stilfirne
Abram pochard

his

I'liillip -f- Fouglu

mark

James Patterson
Jacob Swatz (?)
Phillip Mayer

his

Williard -\- Spalding

mark

lames Fraderik |aquin
Obadiah Call
Kphraim Child
Johann [illegible]

liis

Joseph J m'^farling

mark

Georg Mayer

his

James t. Coller

mark

[Page 208, 2nd col.]
david Nash
Philip Call gen
Abiathar Kendall
Mathew Hastings
lean George Pechin (?)
[illegible]"
James graves

his

John G Tarpe

mark

Jonathan Reed
Kzra Davis
lames W'hiddtn



Timoth}- W'hidden
Caleb Goodwin
Flijah Phipps

his

Francis -|- Riddle

mark
his

Ames X paris

mark
his

'I'imothy -|- m'^Greneawood

mark

his

Joseph F Hutchings

mark

William Brooks
David Clancy

his

John -(- m'^gown

mark

his

Martain VI Haley

mark

IJzziah Kendall

his

James D Blair

mark

[Page 208. 3rd col.]

his

Timothy ^ Dunton

mark
his

John © Dunton

mark

John Rowel!
Will"" groves
Ambros Colbye
Isaac Young
Joshua young-
Thomas Parker

his

John G Groves

mark

Nicodemus Place
Robert Joy
Nathanel Rundlet
Michall Sevey
Richard Holbrook
Samuel VVilli;im left.

his

Robert X Dambtrt

mark

David Reed
Sam" McCobl)
James Stewart



Lincoln Countv. Maine. Petitions.



his

Sherebiah O Lambert

mark
his

John -|- Blagdone

mark

Joshua Fowle
Joseph Backer
John Decker
James Day
Joseph Patten
Andrew Reed
And'*' mcfarland
Robert VVylie
[Page 209, ist col.]
Andrew Reed
Thomas o'neill
John Beath
William Moor
Joseph Beath
William fuUertown
John mathews
John Montgumry
Samuel Kelley
"^ William M'^Co'bb
willem wvlie

his

John X James

mark
his

Benj. X Linekens

mark

Beniamin Kelly
Joseph Barter
Henry Tebbets

his

Nathenal X Brewer

mark

(ieorge Boyd
Thomas Boyd

his

Ringing Arskins

mark
his

Alexander W x^rskins

mark

John wyllie
James Miller

Dougeall micheall
william Kellsy
Robert Sprouel
[Page 209, 2nd col.]
Robert Paul



Thos g Storey

his mark

John Lermond
William Huston
William Jones Jun'.
William Jones
John thomson
John thomson Jun'

his

J ames X Hustin

mark

Robert Huston
James Huston
Richard Hiscock
James Crocker -^

his

Backer x Hutching

mark

Robert montgumr)-

his

George Clerk

mark

francis young
James youeng
Robt m<^gathry
James Clark
John M'Kechnie
James Hodge
Job Averell
Samuel siluester

his

Thomas Th murphey

mark

[Page 2og, 3rd col.]

Abram Preble ^

his

Nemeah -f- Truner

mark

Samuel Rickerd

his

Bath -|- Fowler

mark

• ) oseph Trow
James Clark Juner
moses gray

lohann Jacob [illegible]
Philip Call

his

Dennis Lines

mark

John Spearn

Massachusetts Archives, vo/. 8j. pp.
20'J-20g.



Bristol and Bremen Families.
BRISTOL AND BREMEN FAMILIES.



Continiietl from Vol. II. page 1 12.

Children of James and Elizabeth ('J'hrasher) Hackelton :

Mehitable, born August 20, 1759; died August 23, 1759.
James. " April 16, 1760; died x'Vpril 16, 1760.

Mehitable, •' June 14, 1761 ; died September 30, 1761.
Sarah, " lanuary 24, 1762 ; married John Donaldson, Au-

gust 27, 1780; he died May 31, 1782.
Hepsibath, " September 13, 1764; died September 25, 1766.
Betsey, " January 21, 1768.

James, " March 14, 1770; married Jane Fossett, May 12,

1796; died January 6, 1852.
James Hackelton was born in JLngland, married Elizabeth Thrasher,
November 23, 1758, died April 8, 1777. Elizabeth (Thrasher)
Hackelton died September 5, 1827, aged 84 years.

Children of James and Jane (Fossett) Hackelton:

John, born January 31, 1797 ; died March 26, 1799.

Sally, " May 27, 1798; married James Sproul.

Elizabeth, '' August 25, 1800; died January 3, 1851.

James, " October r8, 1801 ; died September 5, 1810.

Henr)', " July 17, 1804; died April 26, 1831.

\\'illiam. " July 9, 1807; married Fanny Huston, No-

vember 17, 1835.
Marius, " August 17, 1809; died August 29, 1811.

Hester Ann, " September 5, 1812; married William H.

Sproul, June 4, 1844.
James Hervey, '• April 9, 1817; married Maria V\ . Nash,
September 24, 1857.
Jane (Fossett) Hackelton was born November 8, 1776. and died April
23, 1823.

Mary Jane Hanly, daughter of Roger, Jr. and Catharine ( )

Hanly, was born (October 19, 1841,

Children of Sullivan and Prtscilla (Weston) Hardy of Bremen :

Sally Maria, born August 18, 1801 ; died October 2, 1801.

Mary Ann, •• January 26, 1803.

Lucy, '• August 3, 1804.

Weston, " June 17, 1806.

Sarah, " May 9. 1808.

Harriet " December 5, 1809.

Benjamin, " March 7, 181 2.

James Madison, *• January 29, 181 4; died October i, 1839

at Natchez.
Susan K., " October 6, 1818.



Bristol and Bremen Families. 13

Sullivan Hardy was born September 8, 1779, and died February 28,

1843.
Priscilla (Weston) Hardy was born December 26, 1777, and died

June 18, 1820.
Sullivan Hardy's second wife, Jennet ( ) Fisher was born Sep-

tember 3, 1784, and died May 7, 1841. Her children were:
Charles B. Fisher, born November 29, 181 2.

William Henry Fisher, " December 16, 18 14.
Elizabeth Ann Fisher, " November 25, 1816; died in Booth-
bay.
Children of Philips and Sarah (Perkins) Hatch, married January 10,

1775:

James, born May 2, 1777.

Mary, " May 8, 1778.

Philips, " May 8, 1779.

Sarah, " May 27, 1781.

Hannah, " September 6, 1783.

Lydia, " October 3, 1784.

Nancy, " August 15, 1786.

Lucy, " March 14, 17S8.

Janey, " March 20, 1789.

Enoch, " August 13, 1790. «~-
Philips Hatch died August 13, 1854. -
Children of Howland Hatch :

Alexander, born October 19, 1794.

Phillips, " July 26, 1796.

Howland, " April 6, 1798.

Alfred, " April 28, 1800.

Elisha, " May 3, 1802.

Daniel, " May 2, 1804.

Nancy. " August 20, 1806.

Children of Abner and Mary ( ) Hatch :

Zacheus, born April 22, 1804.

George, '• June 6, 1805.

Mar)% " March i. 1808.

Charles, " May 30, 1809.
Children of Enoch and Sally ( ) Hatch:

Caroline, born May 14, 18 18. -

Mary M., " November 14, 1819.

Willard S., " June 8, 1821.

Alfred, " July 16, 1823.

Margaret, " December 29, 1824.

Henry C, " January 20, 1827.

Leonard C, " December 6, 1831.
Children of Zephaniah and Grace ( ) Hews :

Elizabeth Varion, born September 18. 1778.

Priscilla, " May 8, 1781.



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Bristol and Bremeti Families.



Children of James Hilton :

William, born July 4, 1760.
Mary, " May 4, 1762.

Jane, •' August 16, 1764.

James, - December 16, 1766.

John, - March 10, 1768.

Joshua. - in Bristol, July 10, 1770.

Joseph, •• July 18, 1772.

Margaret. •■ March 14, 177 .

Samuel, - November 6, 1775.

Children of Joshua and Hannah (Blunt) Hilton, of Bremen •
Charles V.. born July 10, 1799.



Sally 1.,
Edward H..
Horatio N..
Joshua,
Ferdinand.
Maria Y.,



November 3. 1800.

October 10, 1805; died at sea 183

December 34, 1809.

July 12, 1812.

December 23, 1818: died in California.

Augu.st 18, 1824.
Joshua Hilton was born July 10, ,770, and died in February 1840
Ham.aMBlunt) li.lton was born September r. ,780, and died April

Maria McLean Hilton died March 37. 1842. aged 2>Z years.

Children of James P. and Mary A. (Hilton) Hilton of Bremen-
Carolme H.. born June i6, 1818.


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