Lorenzo, b. Dec. 30, 1807, m. Nov. 17, 1833, Sarah C.
Chipman of Poland.
Abigail, b. July 3, 1810, d. Dec. 20, 1843.
Benjamin Merrill and Izalla Benson, both of Hebron,
were m. Mar. 22, 1821, and are ci-edited, in Hebron, with,
Izalla Ann, b. Mar. 22, 1822 ; Harriet B., b. April 17,
1824, and Ruth, b. May 17, 1826.
Joshua and Mary Merrill lived (104) near Paris line.
He d. Mar. 23, 1842. Children ;
Joseph F., b. Dec. 8, 1824, housewright, m. Jane White-
Aimals oâ‚¬ Oxford. 231
house, and had Emma I., b. 1849.
Mary, b. 1826, m. Woodbury L. Stanton, lived (104).
Mayhew C. Merrill and Susan Chadbourne, both of
Oxford, were m. Sept. 27, 1842, and had Francis A., b.
Mar. 17, 1845. Dorcas M., b. Feb. 27, 1847.
Giles Men-ill of Shepardsfield and Judith Cotton of New
Gloucester, were m. Dec. 4, 1787.
Giles Merrill of Hebron and Mary Sennet of Saco, pub.
intention of m. April 27, 1825.
Charlotte Memll of Hebron and Nathaniel Gerrish, Jr.
of Fahnouth, were m. Feb. 23, 1809.
Sally Merrill and Ira Fuller, both of Hebron, w^re m.
May 2, 1816.
Sally Merrill and William Whittemore, both of Hebron,
were m. Dec, 3, 1818.
Betsey Merrill and Reuben Cushman, both of Hebron,
were m. Feb. i*j, 1824.
Charies Merrill and Sally T. Chipman, both of Oxford,
pub. int. of m. April 15, 1847.
John McAllister came to (37) Oxford before 1850.
He was b. in 1801, and his wife, Mary Morse, was b, 1803.
David, b. Aug. 14, 1822, m. Mrs. Jane S. (Hayes) Tobie.
Mary Ann, b. Nov. 13, 1823, d. Dec. 30, 1839.
Elvira Frances, b. May i, 1826, m. Benj. Crockett.
William, b. Aug. 9, 1828, m. Bullen, and had Julia
Ann, b. July 15, 1851. Daniel Willis, b, Sept. 3, 1853.
John, b. July 9, 1829. Joseph, b. Jan. 10, 1832.
Jonathan, b. July 3, 1833, d. Mar. 26, 1834.
Jonathan, b. Mar. 29, 1835, d. June, 1842.
George, b. June 9, 1839, m. Henrietta Webber.
Thomas Millett is credited on Hebron records, with,
Edmund Chase, b. Aug. 30, 1806.
Martha Johnson, b. Nov. 25, 1808.
Nathaniel Millett, Jr. son of Nathaniel and Susan-
na (Parsons) Millett of New Gloucester, was born July 9,
232 Annals of Oxford.
1799, m. Dec. 29, 1823, Abigail French and had, bom in
Hebron, Cyrus, b. Nov. 20, 1824. Clark, b. Feb, 17,
1826. George O., b. Nov. 21, 1827. Dustin Qiiimby, b.
Mar. 6, 1829. David Henry, b. April 20, 1831.
John and Mahala Milliken are credited in Hebron,
.vith, Daniel, b. Oct. 8, 1826, and Earl L., b. Nov. 6, '28.
Joseph and William Mixer, brothers, came from Soutli-
borough, Mass. to work in Craigie's mills. William went
to Paris, and Joseph settled upon a farm in, what is now.
East Oxford, but later removed to (46). Joseph was bom
Nov. 6, 1775, m. Feb. 17, 1805, Nancy Fay, who was born
July 29, 1781, and d. May 4, 1854. He d. Dec. 19, 1849.
I Otis Fay, b. June 9, 1806, pub. int. m. Feb. 25, 1832,
with Eliza, dau. of Andrew Staples. She d. the day
appointed for the wedding, and Mar. 27, 1833, ^^ Â°^-
her sister Sally, who d. Feb. 15, 1842. He was a mil-
litia Captain, a farmer and a housewright ; in partner-
ship with Col. King, they built the meeting-house. He
m. 2d, Mar. 26, 1843, Theodora Men-ill, a sister of
Mrs. Carlton, and d. Jan. 10, 1879. ^^^ children were
Eliza Ellen, b. Feb. 11, 1836, m. Joseph A. Clark,
lives in Portland ; and Joseph Herman, b. Oct. 26,
1839, d. Oct. 30, 1840.
II Lee, b. July 20, 1808, s. Norway.
III Joseph, b. Oct. 29, 1811, d. Oct. 17, 1831.
IV Nancy Maria, b. July 5, 1816, m. Sebastian S. Smith.
V Eouisa Stow, b. Jan. 24, 1819, d. Jan. 15, 1843.
VI Elizabeth Perry, twin with L. S., m. April 10, 1840,
Stephen P. Rowe of Gre mwood ; she d. May 26, '44.
vn George Hartwell, b. Oct. 13, 1824, d. Mar. 1826.
Elias Monk of Hebron was granted a pension m 1833,
he being then 73 years of age, for service in tlie Mass. mil-
itia, in the Revolution. His wife Elice, d. Aug. 15, 1806;
he again married, Nov. 7, 1807, Louisa Ransom of Paris,
and d. Dec. 17, 1842. Children:
Lewis, b, Sept. 14, 1779, m. Mai-tba, dau. of John Bes-
Annals of Oxford. 233
sey, who waÂ« b. JuÂ»e 4, 1787, aad d. Aug. 25, 1861.
They had Rachel, b. Sept. 30, 1802, m. David H^inna-
ford, s. Norway. Sarah, b. June i, 1806, m. William
Blake of Paris, and 2d, Frederick Denning of Oxford.
Lewis, b. June 22, 1808, m. Betsey Lane ; she d. Aug.
5, 1842 ; he m. 2d, Eleanor Bucknara ; she d. June 16,
1849, ^ 41 ; he m. 3d, Nancy Russell, and d. at Welch-
ville, Sept. 23, 1890. Lucy, b. Mar. 11, 1809, m. Jes-
se Cummings of Paris, and 2d, Levi B. Rawson of So.
Paris. William, b. Oct. 29, 1811, m. Wealthy Davee ;
he d. at Buckfield, April 14, 1899. Caroline, b. Feb.
8, 1815, m. William W. Bumpas of Oxford. Mary, b.
Sept. II, 182 1, m. Job Crooker.
James, b. Dec. 12, 1782, m. May 9, 180a, Polly Jordan.
Martha, b. Aug. 24, 1784, m. James Farris, Jr.
Alfred, b. Sept. 8, 1786, m. Sept. 1808, Relief Irish, and
had John, b. Oct. 22, 1809.
Rebecca, b. Sept. 7, 1788.
Betty, b. April 4. 1791.
Lovina Bisbee, b. Oct. 17, 179a.
Millitiah, b. Oct. 28, 1794.
Elisha and Betsky Moore are credited in Hebron witli,
Dolly, b. Feb. 15, 1800, m. Ansel Fields of Paris.
Eliza, b. April 24, 1801. Milly, b. Sept. 7, 1805.
Dexter, b. May i, 1807. Dennis, b. Dec. 27, 1810.
Hollis, b. Oct, 3, 1814.
Thomas and Sarah Moore are credited in Hebron with,
Dolly, b. Sept. 21, 1797.
Samuel, b. July 21, 1799, d. Nov. 5, 1820.
Mary, b. Aug. 31, 1800, m. Oct. 25, 1821, Joseph Crock-
ett of Sumner.
Fairfield, b. June, 15, 1803 ; family consisting of wife
Nancy, three boys and two girls, were living at Craigies
Mills, in 1840. Town records say they had born there,
April, 27, 1841, John F. and their son Daniel C. m. Mar.
29, 185 1, Frances E. Gates, s. in Mass.
Moses, b. July 11, 1805, and Sally, b. July 31, 1807.
William and Betsey Moore are credited in Hebron with
Geo. Cobb, b. Oct. 18, 1815 : Harriet, b. April 13, 1818;
Samuel, b. Oct. 25, 1820; Sebastian S., b. Nov. 10, 1823,
and Hiram, b. Feb. 4, 1827. Mother died Dec. 2, 1841.
234 Annals of Oxford,
Thomas Morby, son ol John, was b. in Conn. Mar. 5,
1788, came to Oxford before 1830. His wife was Laura, b.
Oct. 24, 1797, dau. of Ezra Mellen of Wilmington, Vt.
He d. Mar. 2, 1867 ; she d. Dec. 19, 1876.
Edward Marshall, b. July 11, 1720, m. July 3, 1838, Mary
Jane Hilborn of Oxford ; he d. at Rumford.
Samantha, and Emaline, d. in childhood,
â– ^amantha Jane, b. Sept. 21, 1828, m. Wm. King Staples,
'harles Emery, b. Oct. 22, 1830, m. Aug. 26, 1857, Julia
A. Verrill of Oxford ; he d. at Partland.
"rancis Dana, b. April 22, 1834, m. June 11, 1854, Nancy
Burns of Oxford.
Henry Clinton, b. Feb. 8, 1837, m. Irene Eastman ; s. Utah.
Julia Amanda, b. Aug. 18, 1840, m. David G. Drinkwater
of Portland. Caleb, bro. of Thomas, lived in Oxford.
Salmon More}^ and Mary Stone, born c^ Oxford, were
m. Mar. 25, 1838.
Solomon Morgan and Polly Rowe, both of Oxford, were
pub. Mar. 12, 1808; she d. Feb. 27, 1825, and he m. 2d,
Ang. same year, Pollythea Bradman of Minot.
Sally, b. Oct. 25, 1809. Polly, b. Feb. 5, 1811.
Zaccheus, b. April 26, 1812. Rosamond, b. June 5, 1814.
Hannah, b. June 5, 1816. Bethia, b. Mar. 28, 1818.
Solomon, b. Aug. 28, 1820. Judith, b. July 15, 1822,
Mary Anu, b. Alar. 29, 1824.
Meribah, b. May 18, 1826. Keziah, b. July 28, 1827.
Jane B., b. Feb. 24, 1829. John S., b. July 18, 1832.
Samuel Morse, son of James and Lydia (Hall), m.
Feb. 26, 1824, Margaret J. White of Otisfield ; they settled
at Craigies Mills, where he was the miller, later a farmer,
famiiliarly called "Doctor". Their children were:
Sylvia Jane, b. Oct. 7, 1825, ra. Feb, 25 , 1849, Moses
K. Haskell of Falmouth. James W., b. June 27, 1827.
Samuel J., b. June 19, 1829.
Hosea B., b. Sept. 27, 1833.
Annals of Oxford. 235
Solomon Bradford Morse, Jr. of Wej?tbomugh, Mass.
bought the Craigie farm in 184 1 and wns evicted from it
three years later; see p. 123. He was m. in Boston, May
9, 1833, with Mary M. Cheever, and had:
Solomon Bradford, b. June 11, 1834.
Ammi C, b. Feb. 2, 1836. Edward C, b. July 21, 1839.
Mary M., b. Mar. 21, 1841. Joshua C, b. Dec. 21, 1842.
Henry H., b. Oct. 19, 1844. Charles W., b. Aug. 21, 1846.
David Morse and Sarah Morton, both of Oxford, pub.
int. m. Dec. 22, 1833.
John Marston of Bi-unsvvick, m. Jerusha, dau. of Zeb-
::dee Cushman ; lived at Craigies Mills. They had Louisa
and John Merrill, the latter lived in Portland.
Thomas and Joanna Morton are credited on the town
records of Hebron, with children, as follows :
Timothy, b. Sept. i, 1787. Job, b. Jan. 25, 1789.
John, b. Mar. 14, 1793, m. 1819, Judith Knight of Minot.
Alpha, b. Mar. 2, 1795, d. Jan. 18, 1800.
Martha, b. Oct. 31, 1797, d. Jan. 6, 1800.
Joanna, b. Dec. i, 1799, m. 1825, Daniel Crooker of Minot
Thomas, b. July 12, 1807.
Dea. Thomas Morton d. at Oxford, Aug. 28, 1839, ^ IS-
Timothy and Polly Morton are credited in Hebron Â»
with, Martha D., b. Mar. 30, 1810. Mary, b. Mar. 9.
1812. Lucy, b. May 8, 1814, d. Sept. 29, 1816. Har-
vey L., b. July 24, 1816. Ira A., b. Jan. 21, 1819. Will-
iam A., b. Apr. 5, 1823. AlmonCary, b. Jan. 29, 1825.
Job Morton, m. Jan. r6, 181 1, Susanna Whitman of
Minot, who d. Dec. 16, 1824, je 40. He m. 2d, Feb. 9,
1826, Rebecca, wid. of Jonathan Glover of Hebron.
Alpha, b. July 18, 1812. Jane Whitman, b. July 3, 1814,
m. William E. Lunt of Oxford. Silas, b. Oct. 26, 1818.
Susanna Washburn and Job Washburn, twins, b. Dec.
Richard Morton, m. July 18, 1819, Hannah C, dau.
of James Perry and had Freeman, b. July 15, 1820. James
Perry, b. Jan. 18, 1822 and others b. in Paris.
236 Annals of Oxford.
Ebenezer Morton and Emily Dyer were married in He-
bron, Dec. 1828,
Milton Morton of Oxford and Ruthella Herrick of Po-
land, pub. int. m. Jan. 8, 1852.
James Murdock of Minot and Bathsheba Turner of He-
bron, pub. int. m. Nov. 5, 1810.
James Murdock, Jr. and Ruth, his wife, are credited in
Hebron with children, as follows :
George, b. Jan. i, 1811. Lucy, b. May 4, 1813.
James, b. Aug. 24, 1816. Sylvester E., b. April 30, 1828.
Jonathan Muzzy of Ward, Mass. came to Hebron in
fall of 1814, accompanied by his son Pitt, and in the spring,
following, his wife, Militiah, with their youngest children,
joined him ; ten days were required to make the journey.
They lived on the Craigie farm about four years, and after-
wards occupied a farm (48) on the same road, about one
Â«iile nearer Norway. The family were especially interest-
ed in religion, aided in the organization of the first church
and furnished its two first deacons. The parents died in
1848, within six weeks of each other; he being 82 and she,
80 years of age. Their children were, probably, all born
before their settlement here, and some are said to have
remained at the old home ; a complete family record has
not been furnished. Their dau. Hatmah was the wife of
Alfred Hood and lived in this town ; dau. Augusta Maria,
unm. died here, Sept. 3, 1837, m, 27.
Pitt C, (Dea.) by wife Esrher, bad Martha Clark.
Charles Addison and Lowell Austin, bapt. in the first ch.
Family went to Monson, Me. in 1833, where he d. in 185 1.
Alexander Hamilton, (Dea.) had the farm adjoining his
father's; m. Oct. i, 1831, Elizabeth Thomas of Duxbury,
Mass. and had Julius, b. in 1833, went to Massachusetts.
Ellen Jane T., b. 1837, m. Henry P. Spurr of Otisfield.
Josephine, died Feb. 5, 1844. Dea. Muzzy, late in life,
moved to Norway, where he d. in 1881, m 76 years.
William H., m. May 19, 1835, Vesta Sturtevant of He-
bron. He lived for a time on the home farm and later set-
tled in the village, where he died Jan. 26, 1838, m 29 years,
leaving one son.
Annate of Oxford. 237
Jacob Mtizzy Â«nd BatbÂ«heba Bearce both of Hebron were
m. April ii, 1825.
B^TAi^FEL Myrick, shipwright, of Pembroke, bought in
J^^^A\exlnLr Shepard, two lots in his township and
'^^2\i Â«in^rd here soon after, ahhough that year his
probably settled here soon , ^ , company,
TUTom DTbury Hi crXd in Helron wit'h so'n
enlisted ^/â€¢^"^^J^^f^^^y^gs and dau. Huldah, b. Sept. 22
Joseph, b Nov. 27, I7Â»Â» ^^^^^ ^^ Vassalboro'.
Jle^d ?eb 22 x8o2 His widow, Huldah dau of Stephen
Moulin in^x8i3, pined with her brothers and sisters in a
conveyance of land in North Yarmouth.
Barnabas Myrick bought of Bezaleel, in 1795, Jot 4, m
the X^nge and the same year, of other parties, he bo t
hfrtv ac^s in lot six. He m. Oct. 31, i794' Silence, dau.
April 21, 1812, d. same day.
S.BPHB. MVK.CK son Of Be.a^el. m June 4^.807,
yillah Glover, who d. Mai. 24, 103Z. ^<^<^ x- * ;^
died in March 1868.
Children : , -^ o q^^
Bezaleel, b. May l8, 1808, -3, Dec^ 8, 1830.
Stephen b. Ma. .5. ^\-\;';'; ^VJTbJoZ
Harriet Glover, b. Aug. 7, 1814, m. jonu
teaA,*'b.^Tpril i%.3, m. Ma. X844, David B. Rob-
inson of Sumner.
Nathan Nelson, son of David, was born in Milford
vrisri^ I'J^O- had brothers Ebenezer, land m Pans, and
Set^ bought lit 9! in the 4th range in Shepardsheld. For
servi'ce inie MasL militia, in the Revolution, ^e was pen-
service in I Shepard, m i779' 1Â°^ Â°'
iX ^h ra ie, 2d dtl'now Oxford ; Lttled first in Pans,
and Ler on lot kbove named where h^ died April i, 1848.
238 Annalfi of OxfcHrd.
Jerusha (Chapin), his wife died June 15, 1841, m 82 years.
Henry, b. Jul}^ 21, 1782, d. April 4^ following.
Nathan, b. Aug. 29, 1784.
Ann, b. July 29, 1786, m. Andrew Cushman.
Lydia, b. Aug. 27, 1789, d. Jan. 22, 1809.
Charlotte, b. June 7, 1791, m. Dr. Jacob Tewksbury.
Wary, b. June 22, 1793, d. April 8, 1795.
Alexander, b. June 13, 1795, m. Mar. 1817, Lydia Loring.
Jerusha, b Aug. 4, 1797, m. Samuel Whittemore, Jr.
Austin, b. Sept. 3, 1799.
Betsey and Sally, b. Jan. 5, 1802, lived but a few days.
Nathan Nelson, Jr. son of Nathan, had a farm in
Oxford near his father's, where he died in August, 1853.
Anna (Bridgham), his wife died in January, 1866.
Erasmus Darwin, b. July 14, 1809, m. June 15, 1834,
Sophia A. Richards, who had Erasmus, b. June 20, and
d. Sept. 20, 1836. Wife d. Sept. 11, 1836; he ni. 2d,
Mar. 19, 1837, Mary Ann Pompilly.
Aurilla, died June 18, 1814.
Lydia Ann, b. Mar. 31, 1813, m. Oct. 23, 1834, Josiah C.
Caldwell of Paris,
Emmons, b. Oct. 5, 1816, m. Nov. 25, 1837, Caroline
Caldwell of Poland.
Almira, b. April 2, 1817.
Levi Chapin, b. April 10, 1819, m. Nov. 2, 1839, Mary
L. Farrington of Oxford.
Lydia Jane, b. May 6, 1821.
Jerusha Chapin, b. Feb. 13, 1823 , m. Nov. 21, 1847,
OiTin S. Bryant of Hebron.
Vddison, b. July 8, 1825, m. May 26, 1849, Mary Ann
Nelson of Oxford.
I iollis, b. Mar, 1828, m. Dec. 24, 1854, Coi-delia Church-
ill of Oxford.
judson O., b. April 14, 1831.
Corydon B., b. Dec. 12, 1833, m. Angeline, dau. of War-
ren Rich, and had born in Oxford, Nathan Alfred, b.
Nov. 16, 1859; Charles W., b. May 25, 1861 ; Georgie
A., b. Mar. 12, 1865, and Edna E., b. Aug. i, 1871.
Austin Nkl&on, son of Nathan, continued on (205)
the home farm, wiiere he died Jan. 8, 1839. ^^ ^- Mar.
1826, Laura, dau. of Asa Thayer of Paris and had :
Annals of Oxford. 239
Charlotte TewksbÂ«ry, b. April lo, 1828, d. Feb. 22, 1847.
Persie T., b. Mar. 27, 1830, m. Apiil 10, 1848, Silas
Scribner of Otisfidd.
Maiy Ami, b. Aug. 17, 1832, m. Addison Nelson.
Laura Augusta, b. Oct. 4, 1835, d. Sept. 21, 1882.
Mrs. Nelson m. 2d, Miay 10, 1840, Oliver Thomas, did
not change her residence.
Levi Chapin and Mary L. Nelson are credited in Ox-
ford, with Mary H., b. Dec. 16, 1848 and Albion, b. 1850.
Samuel Newhall, over sixty, wife, a son andtwodau's'
ind Charles, under thirty, wife, son and daughter, were
living ill Oxioi'd in 1840.
Maj. WiNTHROP BuRNHAM NoRTON, son of Dca. Nath-
aniel aud Sarah (Adams) Norton, was born July 22, 1768.
(See Personal Notice) He m. Oct. 5, 1789, Dorothy Gow-
ell, who bore him eleven children, the first in Portsmouth,
N. H. the others in So. Berwick. She d, at Oxford, March
9, 1831, ^ 58. He m. 2d, April 29, 1832, Sally, widow of
Jonathan B. Symonds of Concord, N. H. dau. of Gladwin
Chaffin. She d. Aug. 13, 1S65, ^ 74; he d. July 21, 1744.
Sarah Adams, b. July 4, 1792, m. Ambrose Allen and 2d,
William Warren; she d. at Lewiston, Jan. 10, 1873.
Lydia Maria, b. Aug. 16, 1793, m. Nov. 29, 1816, Rev.
Samuel Spring; she d. ai ITaitiord, Coni. Sept. 19, 1881.
Dorcas, m. Sept. 30, 1820, Nathan Jewett of Portland.
Dorothy Bradbury, m. Sept. 20, 1823, Charies A. Spiing.
Augustus, b. Nov. 12, 1800, d. at sea, Nov. 1818.
Nathaniel, m. Sally Ann Getty of Buffalo N. Y.
Frances Eliza, d. unm. at Oxford, May 20, 1873, je 67.
Her home, after the deatli of her father, was on Pleas-
ant street, in the cottage, formerly occupied by Alfred
Hood, being the bouse where the meeting was held for
the organization of the First Church and, by her request,
given to the church, for a Parsonage, by her adm'r.
Mary Chadbourne, b. Jan. 16, 1807, ra. Hon. J. S. Keith.
Constantia Cordelia, d. unm. at Oxfd, Nov. 21, '48, m 39.
Edwin Augustus, mÂ«rchant in Portland, b. Jan. 30, 181 1,
m. Nov. 4, '33, Abigail Bab*Â»n of Wiscasset ; he d. in Ms.
Timothy Cutler, died in infancy.
2^ Annals ot Oxford.
was drowned at the saw-mill, while trying to save property
from a great fresliet, April, 1828. An estimable yoiith.
Tlie 2d Mrs. N. was accompaQied by her son, Andrew J.
Symonds. He was given an academic education, read law
in Squire Keith's office, but did not engage in the practice,
lie served a.s Div. Qj;. Master on Gen. Perry's Staff and
Gen. Perry says, Â»'He was my companion and friend, no
better hearted fellow ever lived." He d. unm. Mar. 17.
1851, M 32 years.
JosiAH NoYBS and Lydia A. Haskell, both of Oxford, m,
vlay 7, 1844. They had Mary E., b. Aug. 13, 1845 ; Mar-
garette, b. June 17, 1846 and Eunice, b. Oct. 15, 1847.
Family removed to N. Gloucester and joined the Shakers.
William W. Oliver, b. 1805, ra. Aug. 12, 1829, Mar-
tha Keene, and settled in Oxford (51). He had sisters ii.
Portland, Jane B., wife of Rufas Stanley and Hannah, an
lAicy E., m. ian. 13, 1850, Joseph E. Lombard of Otisf'd.
Angeline, m. May 30, '55, Servetus M. Lombard of "
Diana, m. Farweli.
^ Capt. IcHABOD Packard had lot 8, in the 6th range, ist
div. and is reported to have had a grist-mill and a black-
smith shop. He was the eldest son of Reuben and Anne
(Perkins) Packard of Bridgewater, Mass., later of Hebron.
Reuben Packard died, Dec. 6, 1820, je 83 ; wife d. Mar.
10, 1820. The names of both father and son are on the
Mass. rolls of soldiers of the Revolution. His wife Rachel,
i dau. of Ephi-aim Cole of Bridgewater, d. Mar. 4, 1825,
M 57 ; he d. April 8, 1814, JH 54.
Isaac, b. Attg. 16, 1786.
Lewis, (Capt) b. Feb. 19, 1788, m. Oct. 14, 1825, Eliza-
beth Webster of Brownfield. They had, born in Hebron,
Mary Elizabeth, b. Aug. 7, 1827, m. May 30, 1847,
WilSam T. Marshall : Zebulon Lewis, b. May 30, 1829.
Capt. Lewis Packard d. Dec. i, 1843.
Annals of Oxford. S^
Kphratm, b. Mar. 13, 1790, m. May 14, r8i6, Sarah Bar-
raws. They are credited in Hebron, with Joseph B., b.
Jnly 16, 1818. Job C, b. jHtve 13, 1820; s. Jefferson.
Riiel K., b. Jan. 26, 1792, m. Feb. 23, 1817, Patience
Bowker, and had Augustus N., b. Jan. 29, 1818.
Hannah, b. Apnl 3, 1794, m. Feb. 20, 1826, Lieut. Silas
Maxim of Paris, after a brief courtship of nearly 10 years.
Cyrus, b. June 4, 1796, m. Jan. i, 1825, Sarah Barrows,
settled in Monson, Me.
Anna, b. Aug. 25, 1798, m. Mar. 10, 1821, Cornelius
Zibeon, b. Mar. 27, r8oi, d. Feb. 11, 1833 ; a member of
the senior class of the Theo. Sem. at Andover.
Olive, b. May 11, 1805.
Caroline Ann, b. Jan. 12, 1808.
George Washington, b. Aug. 7, 1810.
Ermina, b. Aug. 24, 1812, d. Nov. 19, 1816.
Rachel Cole, b. May 13, 1814,
Edward Packard, son of Josiah and Sarah (Ames), of
Bridgewater, served several enlistments in the Revolution.
He had lot 8, in the 5th range and by wife Prudence, is
credited in Hebron, with :
Anna, b. April 24, 1789, m, Nov. 26, 1807, William Ma}^-
hew of Bnckfield. Betsey, b. June 29, 1791.
Josiah, b. May 29, 1793. Prudence, b. Aug. 27, 1795.
Borredell, b. Feb. 1799, d. Nov. 7, 1806.
Experience, b. April 15, 1803. Theron, b. Oct. 22, 1806.
Abiel Packard, brother of Edward, m. Hannah Har-
ris and is credited in Hebron, with ;
Shepard, b. July 23, 1795. Lucy, b. June 6, 1797.
x\biel, b. Sept. 9, 1799. Elizabeth, b. July 22, 1801.
Sylvanus, b. Dec. 11, 1806. Ansel, b. Mar. 28, 1809.
Susanna, sister of Edward and Abiel, widow of Samuel
Sturtevant, m. 2d, John Bicknell.
Elnathan Packard of Poland and Rebecca Dunham of
Hebron^ were m. Feb. 21, 1799. Elnathan Packard and
Mercy Washburn, both of Hebron, m. Mar. 23, 1823.
Children, as per Hebron records :
Christiana, b. Mar. 8, 1809. Hiram, b. Dec. 6, 1810.
Bethany, b, July 4, 181 2. Jacob, b. Dec. 12, 1815.
Elnathan, b. July 14, 1818-
Levi A., b. July 16, 182a.
242 Annate of Oxford.
Josiah Packard and Sarah Davis pub. int. m, December
Nehemiah Packard and Betty Benuett Bray ot Mmot, in.
Oct. I, 1785.
Susanna, dau. of Reuben Packard, m. April 20, 1797,
John Buck, 3d of Buckfield.
John Palmer, farmer, age 30; wife Joanna, age 24 and
.son William, age 5, were living in Oxford in 1830.
Samuel Paris of Halifax and Sarah Pratt of Middlebo-
iough, were m. Jan. 21, 1779. He served as Lieut, in the
Mass. Stale troops, in the Revolution and was pensioned in
1832. He was one of tlie most pi'ominent of the early set-
clers, had lot 10, in the 5th range : named a Trustee in the
Act of incorporatioii of the Academy, Representative, Pres-
edential Elector, one of the Judges in the first Court of Com-
mon Pleas for Oxford county, etc. Their declining years
were spent with their son Albion ; wife d. in Portland, Aug.
1836, -Â« 77 ; he d. in Washington, Sept. 10, 1847, in his
93d year. Both were buried in Portland.
Albion Keith Paris, son of Samuel, was bom in Shep-
ardsfield, Jan. 19, 1788. He fitted for college at tlie acade-
my, taught schools and was graduated at Dartmouth in
1806. He was admitted to the bar, at Paris, in 1809 and
opened an office on Paris Hill, where he was in practice for
about ten years. He m. soon after his admission, Sarah,
dau. of Rev. Levi Whitman of Wellfleet, Mass. who, with
three daughters and two sons survived him. He was an ac-
tive politition, but never an offensive partizan ; he was el-
ected County Attorney in 181 1 ; Representative in 1813 ;
Senator in 1814 and the next yeaj", he was elected to Con-
gress. He chiinged his residence to Portland in time to rep-
resent that town in the Constitutional Convention, wherein
he received distinguished consideration. He was elected
GJovernor of Maine when only thirty-three years old and
was continued in that ofiice five years. He presided as
Judg^ in both State and United States Courts and in 1852
was elected Mayor of Portland. He died in Portland, Feb.
II, 1857, leaving a record of experience iti high offices,
unparalleled in the history of the state.
Annate of Oxford. 243
JosiAH* Pbrkins, b. 1732, sonof Josfah* and Deborah
(Bennett), g. son of Luke* and Ruth (Cushman), g.g. son
of Luke^ and Martha (Conant), g. g. g. son of Luke' and
Hannah (Long), g. g. g. g. son of Abraham' and Mary of
Hampton, N. H., whilom of Newent, co. Gloucester, Eng.
He m. Deborah Soule and settled in Bridgewater, Mass.
where, probably, all of their children were born. They died
in Hebron, wife June 15, 1805 and he. Mar. 14, 1811; evi-
dently coming here, aged, to live with their children.
Joseph Pkrkins, cordwainer, of Hebron, b. Dec. 23
.754, son of Josiah^, bought of Mr. Whitney, in 1797, I01
S, in the 5th range, 2d div. now E. Oxford. He was pen
ioned in 1819, for service in the Mass. Continentals. He
1. Oct. 1780, Susanna, b. April 18, 1763, dan. of Isaiah
uid Sally (Ring) Cushman and died Jan. 28, 1836. Wift
lied Feb. 28, 1844.
Lisanna, b. July 20, 1781, m. Philip Caldwell, s. Paris.
)liver, b. June 7, 1783, m. Sarah Elms,
arah, b. July 24 1785, m. Ephraim Washburn and 2d,
oseph. b. July 6, 1788, m. Sally Perkins,
tiaiah, b. Oct. 18, 1791, m Matilda Peterson.
.Vlaria, b, Dec. 3, 1793, m. Dean Andrews.
Luther, b, Mar. 9. 1792, m. Mary BuUen.
Kiram, b. Feb. 2, 1802, m. Dec. 1825, Ruth L. Megquire
of Poland. He was drowned Aug. 23, 1831 : 4 children.
Ebenezer Perkins of Shepardsfield, b. 1757, son of