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VOL. VI, NO.
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THE LEWIS LETTER is printed by F. C.
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List of the Books of the Lewises.
Earliest Ancestors-When and Where.
I. Randall, 1765, Hopkinton, R. I.
IL Benjamin, 1670. Stratford, Conn.
III. David L., Wales to Philadelphia.
IV. Richard, 1793, Wales to N. Y.
Y. liichard, R. I.
VI. Joseph, 1776, Vt.
VII. Joshua, 1680, Wales to Conn. "
VIII. John, 1661, Westerly, R. I.
IX. Elisha, Litchtield, Conn.
XI. George, 1733, Hopkinton, R. I.
XJI. William, 1632, Farmington, Ct.
XIII. John, 1635, New London, Conn.
- XVI. Benjamin, 1785. Wales to Wis.
VrXIX. John, 1640, Wales to Va.
XX. Levi, 1762, Siis,sex-co., K J.
XXI. Joseph, 1802, Amsterdam, N. Y.
XXIV. George, 1630, Eng. to Mass.
XXVI. Thomas, 1818, Va., Ky., Mo.
XXVII. Jariah, 1780, Westerly, R. I.
XXVIII. Joseph, 1769, N. J.
XXIX. .John, 1721, Amwell, N. J.
XXXI. Lewis, Llandaff, Wales 1816.
XXXIII. Edmund, 16-34, Lvnn, Mas.s.
XXXIV. Richard, 1706, Providence, R. I
XXXV. Robert, 1585, Wales to Va.
XXXVI. John, 1634, I\Ialden, Mass.
XXXVII. Elisha, 1770-1828.
XXXIX. Jesse, 1774, Hopkinton, R. L
XL. Francis, 1713, Wales to Xew York.
XLIII. Edward, 1744, Wales to N. J.
XLIV. William, 1640, Roxbury, Mass.
XLV. John, 1732, Ireland to Va.
XLVI. Thomas, 1745, New London, Ct.
XLVII. Zacharv. 1692, Wales to Va.
XLVIII. Joseph, Wales to Chicago.
XLIX. Thomas L., Wales to Ohio.
L. William, Coed, Wales.
LI. John, Holland to ]\Iass.
LII. William. Maryland, 1637.
LIII. Ellis, Wales to Penn., 1708
LIV. Evan, Wales to Penn., 1682.
LV. Stephen, Llanfynyd, Wales.
LVI. John, Hopkintoii, R. I., 1694.
LVII. Enoch, Cheat River, Penn.
LVIIL Benajah, Providence. R. I., 1734.
LIX. William, New .lensey, 1682.
LX. Thomas, Ditrhton, Mass., 1760.
LXI. The Shipbuilder, Pittsburg, Pa.
LXII. Marshall, Binghamton, N! Y.
LXIH. Philip, N. J.^ to Ohio.
LXIV. Benjamin. Farmington, Ct.,1729.
LXV. Augustus J., Charlestown, R. I.
LXVII. David. Wales to Del.. 1800.
LXVIII. Aaron, Va. to Ky., 1780.
LXIX. Henry, Culpepper co., Va.. 1765.
LXX. Zephaniah. New Jersey, 1734.
LXXI. Samuel, Plymouth, Ct, 1748-1822
LXXII. John, Henrico Co., Va., 1640.
(Missing numbers are of Merged Books.)
With this issue Lewisiana enters upon
its sixth year. In these years it has
doubled its size, in pages, and its influence,
in subscribers. Yet it is far short of what
the leader of family papers ought to be.
The Editor is willing that it be placed
along side of other papers of its classâ€” in
fact courts such comparison. But the fact
remains, the work is not satisfactory.
How can you and I, reader, make Lewis-
iana for the coming year more successful
thaa, in the past? What are its needs?
While the preparation of a paper of this
kind must necessarily be more or less a
labor of love and while no Volume as yet
has been self-supporting, yet if all of our
kind friends will promptly remit their un-
paid back subscriptions, the account for
Volume V will nearly balance. This fact
is encouraging as indicative that Volume
VI will be self-supporting. But with wid-
tniug influence, with more tangles and
puzzles in records calling for more re-
search and examination of authorities, ex-
penses are constantly increasing. These
must be met by new subscriptions. Don't
you know of one? Have you not a cousin
â€¢ who would enjoy the paper? If possible
send in your own subscription when you
receive this issue. What a load would be
removed from the publisher if before
August he might have cash enough in the
treasury to pay all printer's bills for the
Keaily every mail brings the promises
of records, most of which of oourse are
never fulfilled. Already in several cases
the writers have joined the great majority
and the records which they could have
given with little work must be gatliered
item by item by otiiers. Why not send
now, i.>-day, what i/o// have? The more
the Eilitor lias, tlie better can each issue of
the paper be made, and the more inquiries
concerning ancestors can be answered.
These inquiries are very numerous and
take much time to answer. But when
they, as they frequently do, lead to new
subscriptions and further records, the
Editor forgets the toil, and turns with new
zest to the next. Many a pleasant remind-
er of such searches for the missing link has
he received. Send whatever bits of his-
tory, anecdotes and information you have
in order that each number may not merely
be a mass of genealogical facts but a read-
able paper as well. Let Volume VI show
a marked advance over Volume V.
It is hoped that each issue for the com -
ing year may have an illustrated page,
either a portrait of some Lewis or else an
illustration of some place or object of fam-
ily interest. "Who will help? Some of us
have or know of Lewises who have cuts
already made. Can we secure the loan of
them? Some of the more favored in
worldly goods of our name will perhaps
willingly contribute a picture of them-
selves and the small sum necessary to
cover the cost of making a cut. The
Editor has made special terms with an
engraver for such work and will be glad
to correspond with all who desire help
here. Some one family or group of de-
scendants of some eminent Lewis could
club together and at slight expense pre-
serve for all time their ancestor's likeness.
The one portrait can be seen by the fevv
only. Who can tell how many willsee it
when printed in Lewisiana? Nearly
every Book could furnish several examples.
In Book VIII Nathaniel and his son Hora-
tio Gates Lewis were among tlie most not-
able men of their time. Who knows how
they looked? Who has a picture? Why
not have their likenesses preserved in a
more permanent form?
THE LEWIS LETTER.
was the son of Oliver and Lucinda
'(North) Lewis and was of the seventh gen-
eration from William Lewis, Farmington,
'Ct. Born at New Hartford, Ct., Nov. 5,
1784, he died at Warsaw, N. Y., Sept. la,
I860 â€” four score of honored years. For
over fifty years he and his wife, a woman
in every way worthy of hira, traversed
life's pathway together. Together they
hewed a home out of the unbroken wilder-
ness, together they fought the battles of
life, together they enjoyed the honors and
rewards of their work. For all of which
their children's children hold them in
was. MS his portrait plainly shows, a
man of great executive ability, of eminent
gn.i.j judgment, and of strictest integrity
and yet withal a genial, companionable
man lile-ssed with an almost inexhaustible
fund of anecdotes. Farmer, in active ser-
vice in tlie war of ISl'-i, elected to import-
ant town ofticcs, membiT of Legislature,
first Treasurer of Wymning-co., yet it is as
agent of the F.irmers' Loan and Trust Co.
that liis nii'uiiry will be honored by the
sons and (UuglUers nf \Vyi)niing-co. for
the wealth, irlory and l)t'aufy of the herit-
age received from 1 ln'ir r-ires through hi*
kinthiess an 1 tidrlity.
Explanations. Abbreviations, etc.
For convenience the records of the
various Lewis families are divided into
Books and each Book into chapters. At
the head of eacli Book appears the name
of the earliest known ancestor of that
family. The List of Books is a complete
index to the Books as published to this
time. jSTew Books will be added from
time to time as new branches of the Lewis
family are found. As soon as Books are
proved parts of others they will be merged
into the Books to which they belong.'
Each name is numbered when first printed
and Avhenever the name is repeated this
number follows in brackets. The abbre-
viations commonly u.sed in genealogical
work are used ; as b. for born ; d. died ; m.
married; m. (1) first wife; dau. daughter;
unm. not married ; v. p. see page ; etc Instead
of repeating the name of a place in the
same paragrapli initials only are frequently
Hints for Contributors.
Li writing matter for the printer use
only o:ic side of the sheet, note paper pre-
fcrrc 1. In giving dates, give year, month
and day whenever known. Write all mid-
dle names in full. Answer the following
([uestions an fully as possible and give
name.-j an 1 a 1 bv; jj s of su3h people as vou
tliink may 1)e able to complete the reconl
but get it yourself if possible and spare
the editor. Old newspaper files, tonih
stones, family Riblcs and rjcor.ls, o:licial
ri'cords f)f th(! town, school and church,
burial certificates, CDunty and probate
records, old deeds and letters are some of
the more important sources of informtition.
I>()n't f'tr'sci hf)W('ver the stores of infor-
mation which the old people can give â€”
Get them interested and then "pump them
dry." ^r i>l ini ) irtan, of all
don't get discouraged \'ourself. IIow can
you interest f)thers. if you your.self are not
alive with entliusiasm?
Family Record Questions.
I. Name in full; initials are often a.
source of confusion.
3. When and where born?
3. When and where married and by
4. To whom married? Always give-
name in full and in case of the wife give
her maiden name.
0. Give date of birth of your "better
half or halves."
6. Give cause, place and date of death.
â– ' 7. Names of parents-in-law, being sure
to give maiden name of your mother-in-
8. Place or places of residence.
9. What is your occupation?
10. When and where educated?
II. What public office have you lield'^
12. What service in army or navy?
13. What traditions in j^our family?
14. Give any interesting events in fam-
15. Names of your children with places
and dates of birth.
16. If they are married answer questions.
8 to 15 inclusive for them.
17. Dates of death for ch. dying unm.
18. Names of your brothers and sisters
with dates of birth and as much more of
their family history as you can give or-
obtain from them the complete record.
13. Names of j^our parents. Be sure tO'
give your mother's maiden name with
names of her parents.
20. Dates of birth, marriage and death..
21. Names of j^our father's parents.
22. Dates of birth, marriage and death..
23. Names of children with dates of birth.
21. Any further history of these uncles-
and aunts that you can obtain.
25. Anything you can learn of your
earlier ancestry. Much of this will prob-
ably be fragmentary. It is one object of
the LEWxsr.vNA t(j mike this complete for
you but you must do your part.
THE LEWIS LETTER.
BENJAMIN LEWIS, Stnitford, Ct.
By Helen Perky ?iIa\\vei,l, N. Y. City.
Record of the cli. of Conway (7) and
Adelia (Curtis) Lewis conlinned.
Hiram (oO) b. Aug. 20. 1822 ni. (1) Apr.
â– 29, 18.j0 at Clinton, N. Y., Eninieliue
Johnston; ni. (2) 1853 Sarah (d. 1873) dun.
â€¢of Appleton Tuciier. o ch. b.
41G.I. Ida m. at Canastota, N. Y., Wil-
liam Skinner. She d. at Little Falls,
N. Y., and had 1 ch.
417.II. Mary ni. Huggins and lives at
Norfolk, Kansas. I ch.
418.III. Charles m. Wertz at Canas-
tota, N. Y. He d, at Hammond, lud.
Lafayette (51) b. July 20, 1824 d. Feb.
11, 1857 in Canada, m. 18-18 Elnoradan. of
Daniel Shapley of Lebanon, N. Y. 2 ch.
b. Lebanon, N. Y.
419.1. Frances b. 1849 m. Geo. Wanger.
They reside at Hochester, N. Y. 4 ch.
420.11. Harriet b. 1851 ni. Horace Camp-
bell of Owego, N. Y. Reside in Chi-
cago. 1 son b.
By Rollin H. Cooke, Pittsfield, Mass.
Record of ch. of Joseph (IGI) and Sarah
<Blackleach) Lewis v. p. 8(J, Vol. IH.
Sarah (260) bap. Stratfoni, Ct., Nov..
1750 m. (1) Dr. Hezekiah Tomlinson b.
Dec, 1747, son of Dr. Agur and Mary
(Gold) Tomlinson. m. (2) Nov., 1785 Ukv.
Elisha Renford who d. Apr.. 1808, son of
Philip 11. of New Haven.
Mr. Renford was the tirst pastor in New
Stratford and settled there in 1765. (He m.
<1) Lydia Munson, b. 1743 d Mar. 31, 1785
and had dan. xAnn Abigail, who probably
m. Abijah Feun.) 2 ch. b. by 2d husband
421.1. Lydia b. 1786 d. 1787.
422.11. Lydia Mary b. 1789 d Stratford,
Jan. 18, 1869 unm.
Judsan (261) b. probably 1752 at Strat-
ford, m. Dec 25, 1777 Ann Tomlinson
bap. June, 1760 dau. of Dr. Agur and
Mary (Gold) Tomlinson.
By tradition her name was Nancy. B
ch. b. Stratford, Ct.
428.1. Cate b. Jan. 10. 1779.
424.11. Daniel b. Aug. 5, 1780.
425.III. Sarah b. Feb. 11, 1783.
426. IV. Rebecca b. Jan. 23, 1785.
427. V. Henry b. Nov. 3, 1787.
428. VI. William b. Oct. 0, 1789.
Rebecca (264) bap. Stratford, Ct., April,
1762(1. Jan. 1. 1823 m. Jan., 1780 Jabez
Huntington Tomlinson b. Dec. 24, 1760 d.
1849, .son (^f Gideon and Hannah (Hunting-
Mr. Tomlinson wasgraluated from Yale
in 1780 and was a fanner at Oronoque in
Stratford. 6 ch. b. Stratford, Ct.
429.1. Gideon b. Dec. 31, 1780 m. Sarah
Bradley. Was Governor and U. S.
430.11. Hannah b. Jan. 10, 1784 d. Apr.
3, 1827 unm.
431. III. Ann b. Jan. 23. 1785 m. George
432.IV. Sarah Lewis b. Feb. 7, 1787 m.
Chas. C. Nichols.
433. V. Huntington b. 1791m. Eliza Tom-
434.VI. George bap. July, 1796.
Book VI f.
JOSHUA LEWIS, Wales to Conn.
A Clipping upon Footgear.
]Mrs. Lewis has furnished to the "Jour-
nal of Hygiene" some hitherto uiipub!i.shed
manuscripts of Dr. Dio Lewis (v. p. 116,
Vol. IV) upon footgear. The renowned
hygienist said that the ankles should not
be closely fitted, because a ligature about
the blood vessels, muscles and tendons
must produce weakness. Cloth uppers
should be worn in warm weather, because
the porous texture permits evaporation
and cools the feet. Rubbers should not be-
worn except under most exceptional cir-
cumstances, because they produce tender-
ness. Walking he regarded as a most im-
portant means of health, and he said shoes
should be such as to permit easy walking
and good circulation. So long as women
walk on the same earth as men, Dr. Lewis
said, their stockings and b-jots should be
as thick and warm.
Dr. Lewis advised that children should
be allowed to run in the garden without
shoes in summer, "with their little feet in
loving contact with the bosom of mother
JOHX LEWIS. Westerly, R. I., 1G61.
CHAPTER cr.xxx (Simuel).
By J. luvrxG M.\.xson, Westerly, R. I.
Feb. 28, 1738-9.
Then Received the full of Inventory of
John 3Iaxson Executor to the will of Sam-
uel Lewis Late Deceased of . Westerly
which Was Proved In the Town Counsel
of Westerly Which Judgement Was Ap-
pealed To the Generall Counsel of the Col-
on}- of Rhode Island and they Disalowed
the Above Sd. Will
I Say Received Per Me Jonathan Lewis
AdminLstrator Signed Sealed
and Delivered J()Natii.\x LE\vis[Seal]
In the Presents of
Joseph JIaxson ye 3rd
Westerly, R. I., Feb. Ye 20th. 1738-9.
To the honinil)le Town Council of Wester-
ly these lines are to desire j'ou th:it your
lionours would be pleased to Give .^ly Son
Jonathan Lewis ye Letter of Administra-
tion upon his Fathers Estate for I myself
are not capable of riding and doing of
business bj' Reason of my age and in do-
ing of which you will oblige j'ours to
John Maxson ye 4th. Joaxxa t= Lewis.
Benjamin Buniick. mark
CHAPTER CLXxxi (Jonathan).
By Jane Lewis Chapin, Portland, Ore.
Alexander (2211) m. Ruth Ann Scudder
d. Sept. 19, 1837 (v. p. 164 Vol. V.ED.)ch.
2278.1. Joel Scudder b. Oct. 4, 1821.
2279.11. Alexander b. Oct. 1, 1823.
2280.III. Jesse Edgar b. May 17, 1825 d..
Apr. 1, 1860.
Solomon Carll (2212) m. Abigal C. Gar-
diner b. Sept. 4, 1804. ch.
2281.1. Egbert G. b. Mar. 7, 1830.
2282.11. Glorianna C. b. Feb. 22, 1834,
d. Jan'y. 15, 1869 m. Dec. 11, 186L
2283. III. Mary Jane b. Nov. 20, 1840
m. Jan. 1, 1887 Chas. M. Smith.
Gilbert Platt (2213) d. in Florida where-
he had gone for his health. He was of
literary taste and during the last two or
three years of his life he edited a paper.
Daniel Webster (2220) m. at Napierville..
111., Sept. 3, 1862, Lucia Abigail b. Jan.
11, 1841 dau. of Dea. Edward R. and Sarah
B. (Meacham) Loomis.
2284.1. Edward Henry b. at Napierville,
111., Jan. 15, 1865.
2285.11. Benjamin Bowers b.at Napierville
Sep. 30, 1866 d. Jan., 1868.
228G.in. Helen Jane b. Lexington, 111.,.
Mch. 11, 1868.
2287.IV. Franklin Demaret b. Lexington
Mch. 26, 1870 d. July 10, 1877.
2288. V. Carll Daniel b. July 31, 1876
cn.^PTER CLXxxii (John).
Charles H. (1925 v. p. 52, Vol. V.) m.
May 1, 1865 Lavinia Steinart b. Dec. 28,
1845 in Duckesville. I. T. He is proprie-
tor of the Bristol Woolen Mills of Bristol^
Tenn. 8 ch. b.
2289, L Chas. SteinarM). June 7, 1866.
2200. 1 r. Alida b. and d. July 27, 1870:
2291.111. Florence b. Nov. 1, 1871.
2292. IV. Annie Fannie h. July 3, 1872..
2293. V. Rush Cheney b. July 14, 1874.
2294. VI. Dora Louise b. Sept. 24, 1876..
THE LEWIS LETTER.
2295. VII. Frank b. Apr. 10, 1882 d. Aug.
2296. VIII. Jarimi b. July 29, 1886.
Carlos W. (1926) m. Sept. 24, 1868 at
Elizabethtown, Tenn., Nettie Rachel An-
toiuette Wilcox b. Apr. 2, 1845 at Wush-
iDgton, Tenn. He lives at Soutli Man-
chester, Ct. 3 ch. b., lirst 2 at Elizabeth-
town, last at Bristol, Tenn.
2297.1. Walter Clark b. Apr. 21, 1870.
2298.11. Laura Patton b. Aug. 31, 1872.
2299.III. Arthur Snyder b. Dec. 11, 1875
d. July 7, 1876.
CHAPTER CLXXXiii (James).
Rev. Charles B. (1304 v. p. 22, Vol. IV,
and pp. 52 and 68, Vol. V) m. Mar. 13,
1864 Emma K. b. Jan. 9, 1839 dau. of
David and Sally (Kellogg) Wyeth. He d.
Feb. 3, 1892 at Newark, O. 4 ch. b.
2300.1. Harry A. b. Feb. 2, 1866.
2301.11. Sylvenus D. b. Jan. 20, 1870.
2302. III. Lora b. Mar. 20,, 1875.
2303.1V. Rose b. Oct. 30, 1877.
Lauretta (1808) m. Mar. 15, 1873 De-
Esting son of Edwin and Belle (Patterson)
Harris. They resided (1892) at Ash, Lick-
ing co., O. 2 ch. b,
2304.1. Vadab. Mar. 33, 1877 d. infancy.
2305.11. Burrb. Aug. 1. 1881.
If anyone can give the record of Sylvanus
D. (1296) the eldest son of Jabish York
Lewis (1210) will they kindly send it to
this ofKce? Ed.
CHAPTER CLXxxiv (Israel).
Record of ch. of Beriah (728) and Sarah
(Saunders) Lewis in addition to record on
p. 76, Vol. III.
Harriet (776) d. May 2, 1821.
Christopher D. (777) m. (1) Feb. 18,
1830 Emma b. July 23, 1803 d. Dec. 17,
1832 dau. of Elisha and Elizabeth (Potter)
Lamphear; m. (2) Julia A. Lewis.
Saiah Emeline (783) m. May 25, 1844
John Clark b. May 20, 1822 at Westerly,
R. I., son of Clark and Mary (Stillman)
Stillman. She d. 1871. 6 ch. b. first 2 at
No. Stonington, Ct., rest at Westerly, R.I.
2306.1. Beriah Lewis b. July, 1845 d.Mar.,
2307.11. Horace Edw. b. Sept. 16, 1848 m.
Jan. 1, 1872 Annette b. 1851. dau. of
Peleg and Sally A. ( ) Kenyon.
2308.III. Sarah Eleanor b. Feb. 13, 1851
m. Oct. 18, 1883 Charles E. b. 1851
son of Charles and Hannah( )Cham-
2309. IV. Edw. Byron b. Sept. 9, 1856 m.
Jan. 2, 1887 Melissa b. 1857 dau. of
Benj. and Martha ( ) Tourgee.
2310.V. Mary Annette b. May 11, 1859 m.
Sept. 28, 1884 Irving W. Miner.
2811. VL Irving Clark b. Dec. 22, 1864.
CHAPTER CLXXxv (Samuel).
By Myron S. Lewis, Leadville, Colo,
Record of ch. of Stephen (122) and Alice
(Sheldon) Lewis concluded.
Arnold J. (2046 v. p. 180 Vol. V) had 1Â»
2312.1. Eunice Ann b. May 11, 1823.
2313.11. Arnold Gardiner b. Aug. 9, 1825
d. July 19, 1836.
2314.III. Joseph Allen 1). Jan. 3, 1829.
23 15. IV. Sarah Matilda b. Oct. 17, 1830.
2316. V. Eliza Patience b. Feb. 17, 1832.
2817. VI. John b. Oct. 6, 1833.
2318. VII. Stephen Gardiner 1>. Sept. 25,
1836 d. Nov. 14, 1846.
2319. VIII. Mary Abbie b. Nov. 28, 1841.
2820. IX. Hannah Elizabeth b. Mar. 28, 184L
2321.x. Henry Byron b. June 19, 1846.
Edith (2047) m. Iris Albro.
Alice (2048) m. Wm. H.Smith of Volun-
town, Ct. 4ch. b.
2822.1. Wm. Lewis.
3324. III. Alice Ann m. a Johnson, and
lived at Olneyville, R. I. ch.
2325. L Oliver.
2328.IV. Polly m. Harrison Gray and lives
at Olneyville, R. I.
WILLIAM LEWIS, Farmington, Ct.
By Rollik H. Cooke, Pittsfield, Mass.
Record of ch. of Lieut. Josiah (122 v. p.
8, Vol. Y) and Phebe (Gridley) Lewis con-
Hannah (o20) m. .Jonathan Woodruff,
bapt. Sbutbington, Ct., June 13, 1756,
son of .Jonathan and Phebe (Wiard) Wood-
ruff. Ch. b. Southington Ct.
773. III. Polly.
774. IV. Phebe.
Mark (o21) d. Cairo, X. Y., Feb. 2, 1818,
ae. 56, m. Sarah Root. b. 1766, d. 1843,
dau. of (probably) Theodore and Rebecca
lioot. Ch b. Bristol, Ct.
775. L Adna, b.
77(5.11. Theodore Root, m. Oct., 1812,
Phebe Rich. Removed to Ohio.
777. III. Sophia, b. 1796, d. 1827, ae. 31.
778. lY. Romeo, b.
77Â».Y. Harry, b.
780. YI. Willys, b. 1800, d. 1826, adm. to
church May 27, 1821 with Levina
Lewis â€” perhaps his wife.
781. YII. George H., b. 1802, d. 1833.
Weaver of Arkw^right, X. Y. She d. at
Fredonia, Aug. 31, 1872. 2 ch. b.
Estelle (44) m. Aug. 13, 1878, at Fre-
donia, X.Y., by Rev. Lester Williams, Jr.,
J. Scott Daniels of Xew Castle, Pa. 6 ch.
895.1. Laura May.
896.11. Edna Estelle.
897. III. Herbert.
898. IV. Earl.
899. V. Grace.
900. VI. Ruth.
GEORGE LEWIS, Barnstable, Mass.
By M. Lkox Lewis, Malden, Mass.
George Wilton (42, LXVI) son of George
W. (17, LXVI) and Eliza (Wheelock) Lew-
is m. May 12, 1874 at Essex Centre, Vt.
by Rev. E. X. Howe of Saratoga, X. Y.,
Mara A. ]\Iorse. 5 ch. b. ]\Ialdcii, ]\lass.
except 2d. at Essex Centre. Vt.
888.1. Morse Leon, b. Aug. 5, 1875.
889.11. Rondel, b. Aug. 7, 1877.
890. III. Verna Amies, b. May 9, 1884.
891. IV. Ivan, b. Vch. 4, 1886.
892.V. Reginald Walker, b. June 8. 1889.
El Dora (43) m. Oct. 9, 1867 at Fredonia,
N. Y., l)y Rev. H. M. Jones. Silas M.
By Rollin H. Cooke, Pittsfield, Mass.
Record of ch. of Shubael (873) and Haz-
adiah (Eddy) Lewis.
Gideon (878) was a Congregational min-
ister and resided during the Revolution at
Claremont, X. H. Later he removed to
Pa., dying at Gibson, Pa.
Jabez (880) d. Wethersfield, Vt. about
1806-7, m. about 1755, Mary Hayman (or
Hinman.) Lived at Huntington, L. I.
for some time, where Wilcox was born and
perhaps others. Rem. to Warwick, Mass.
before the Revolution. Served in army
and was at battle of Bennington and prob-
ably Hubbardstown. 9 ch. b.
901.1. Samuel, b. about 1756.
902.11. Jabez, b. about 1757, m. Mat-
903. III. Shubael, removed to X. Y.
904.IV. Wilcox, b. Dec. 1, 1768, m. Eliz-
905. V. Hannah, m. Ebenezer Whitmore.
906. VI. Abner, m. Abigail Potter.
907. VII. Jesse, m. Betsey Farrington.
908.VIII. Seth, removed to X. Y.
909. IX. Mary, d" Auij. 27, 1788, ae. 16.
Samuel (881) and S&th (886) resided at
Claremont, X. H'., during the Revolution.
Ibmnah (882) m. a Symonds and has
defendants living near Burlington, Vt.
A (lau. ni. a Maj'o.
Abner (884) was a Baptisi preacher at
Ilarwick, 1795 and Swansey, 1810, where
THE LEWIS LETTER.