.82 II. Elbridge 7 , born June 8, 1812; married, August 24, 1842,
Sarah Elizabeth Gilbert.
83 III. Addison 7 , born June 23, 1816; married, April 4, 1838,
Lorette Louisa Dunlap.
-84 IV. Lorenzo 7 , born December 7, 1819; married, November 19,
1850, Eliza Frances Breed, of Como.
DAVID 6 (David 5 , Asa*, Thomas*, Thomas*, Shadrac/i 1 }, born
February 20, 1786. Settled on the south part of his
father's original purchase at Reading, Vermont, was a prac-
tical scientific farmer, and highly respected citizen, declined
many civil offices to which he was invited, except that of
town treasurer to which he was first chosen in 1819, and
held it for twelve years. He married, January i, 1818,
Sally Kimball, born August 23, 1793, at Reading; died
February 15, 1875. He died November 30, 1859, of heart
I. David Engalls 7 , born June 3, 1819; married, January 12,
1847, Cordelia Alexander, of Hartland, Vermont. He
was a merchant in Nashua, New Hampshire, and died
October 4, 1852.
I. Walter David 8 , born December 18, 1847, resided
with his mother at Windsor, Vermont, removed
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to Stowe, Vermont ; a merchant of the firm of
Moore & Hapgood, 1877; died about 1885.
II. Sarah Allena 7 , born September 10, 1824; died June 9, 1825.
III. Mary Louisa 7 , born July 30, 1827; married, November 10,
1851, Samuel A. Hammond, an extensive farmer at
Forreston, Illinois. She died April 28, 1857.
1. David Hapgood 8 Hammond, born March 21, 1855.
85 IV. Salmon Kimball 7 , born October 19, 1833; married, Novem-
ber ii, 1858, Minerva Jane Robinson.
V. Cleora Isadore 7 , born November 28, 1836; married, Febru-
ary 3, 1863, Marcus A. Spaulding, a man of energy
and fidelity; resided with his father upon his extensive
homestead at Reading, Vermont.
1. Child 8 , died young; not named.
CAPTAIN ARTEMAS G (David 6 , Asa*, Thomas*, Thomas*,
Shadrac/t 1 }, born July 16, 1795 ; married, February 27, 1823,
Rebecca Fay. Settled on the homestead in Reading ; a
practical and industrious farmer ; died June 21, 1837. His
widow married, second, June 5, 1839, Solomon S. Yuran ;
resided in Tunbridge, Vermont.
I. Lyman 7 , born January 2, 1825; died March 2, 1826.
II. Salome Fay 7 , born December 9, 1826, was graduated from
the Female Seminary at Troy, New York; distin-
guished for genius and scholarship ; became an eminent
teacher in the South, from whence, with steadfast
loyalty, she retired at the beginning of the rebellion;
married Samuel A. Hammond, of Forreston, Illinois,
the husband of her deceased cousin, Mary Louisa 7 .
She died December 27, 1876.
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III. Sarah Myrick 7 , born June 26, 1828, graduated from Troy
Female Seminary; married, October 4, 1859, Dennis
C. Hawthorne ; resides in Leavenworth, Kansas.
1. Artemas Hapgood 8 Hawthorne, born February 3,
1861 ; died December 8, 1881.
2. Rosamond Fay 8 , born January 4, 1865 ; resides in
IV. Jane 7 , born September 18, 1831, on the ancestral farm, at
Reading, Vermont; graduated from Troy Female
Seminary, 1850; taught in South Carolina four years ;
in Illinois four years ; Vice-Principal of Cleveland
Female Seminary two years ; was in charge of St.
Agnes Hall, Bellows Falls, Vermont, and in 1869
took a lease of it for twenty years, surrendering the
work at the expiration of the lease, as the founding of
a Diocesan School for Girls rendered it obsolete.
By nature altruistic, she has devoted her life to works
V. Lucinda Bigelow 7 , born November 27, 1834; died June 12,
BRiDGMAN, 6 ESQ. (David b , Asa*, T/iomas 3 , Thomas*, Shad-
rack 1 ), born August 13, 1799. Was early apprenticed to his
brother-in-law, Edmund Durrin, Esq., a woolen manufacturer
at Weathersfield, Vermont. From 1820 to 1824 he was an
invalid. On regaining his health, he embarked in mercantile
business at Reading, and pursued it with energy and success.
In 1832 established in the conterminous town of Bridge-
water a branch store, erected a mill in Plymouth, near by,
for the manufacture of potato starch, and, having in the
meantime purchased of the heirs of his brother Artemas
the ancient homestead of his father, he also became exten-
sively engaged in farming. In 1830 he was appointed post-
master, and in 1836 a justice of the peace, which office he held
SIXTH GENERATION. 241
seventeen years, solemnizing marriages enough to indicate
a dearth of clergymen. In 1837 and 1838 he was elected
representative, served ten years as town clerk, nine in suc-
cession as chairman of the board of selectmen, five years
as trustee of a surplus revenue, and often as a county
road commissioner. He was also a director of the County
Mutual Fire Insurance Company, and repeatedly appointed
executor of wills and administrator of estates. In his
pursuits, with all his irons in the fire, he was successful
until the great crisis in money affairs in 1841-42, and the
consequent derangement of business and the passage of the
General Bankrupt Law, when he sustained heavy losses.
In 1844 he disposed of his mercantile and farming interests
at a sacrifice, and in 1853 removed to Claremont, New
Hampshire, where in 1855 he established a general store of
hardware, including agricultural implements, mechanical
tools, etc. He married, April 19, 1829, Elizabeth Morrison,
of Reading, Vermont, born June 24, 1807 ; died February 9,
1830, and he married, second, June 29, 1835, Laura M.
Weston, born April 17, 1808; died October 24, 1860. He
died January 8, 1877, and was buried by the Masonic
Fraternity, of which he was a member, with marked
expressions of sorrow and respect.
CHILDREN, all born in Reading.
I. Harriet Elizabeth 7 , born January 22, 1830 (by first wife);
died August 25, same year.
II. Sarah 7 , born May 25, 1836 (by second wife); died Sep-
tember i, 1836.
III. Mary Ella 7 , born February 5, 1838; married, October 14,
1863, at Claremont, New Hampshire, Henry A., son
of Aurelius and Frances M. Dickinson, born May 12,
1831. His father was a prominent and wealthy citizen,
and large real estate owner in Hartford, Connecticut,
242 HAPGOOD FAMILY.
where Henry was born. About 1838, the father re-
moved with his family, to Claremont, purchased the
Tremont House in that town, and for many years
carried on the hotel, taking his son Henry in with
him later. They subsequently leased the hotel, and
went into the shoe business for a few years ; but, in
1879, the hotel and store were destroyed by fire, and
as his father died the next year, that business was
not resumed. He then turned his attention to real
estate, and in 1885 was elected a member of the
Legislature, and as a member of the House, was
especially active in procuring the passage of a most
stringent insurance policy law. For several years he
had been in failing health, but his condition did not
create alarm until within four or five days of his
death, which occurred on the 4th of November, 1888.
1. Henry Grant 8 Dickinson, born June 19, 1868, at
Claremont ; graduated from the high school,
and was intended for college ; but the early
death of his father rendered it advisable for
him to abandon this course, and take up and
carry forward the large real estate and insurance
business he had established. Faithful to every
duty, and especially devoted to the welfare and
happiness of his mother, he has met that suc-
cess in business his merits deserve.
Three other children were born to this union, all
of whom died in infancy.
IV. Edgar Lyman 7 , born April 22, 1841 ; died January 28, 1875,
at Claremont; unmarried.
The following obituary appeared in a local paper :
"The death of Postmaster Edgar L. Hapgood has caused
a pang of sorrow in the breast of many of our citizens.
He was born in Reading, Vermont, 1841. When
fourteen years of his life were spent, his father, Bridg-
man Hapgood, removed to Claremont, New Hamp-
shire. In 1863, Edgar became a clerk in the store of
George H. Stowell, where, by faithfulness and atten-
tion to the interests of his employer, he won the
respect and esteem of all who knew him. In the early
part of 1870 he was admitted a partner in the livery
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business with Mr. Stowell, which relation was severed
only by his death. His fellow-citizens, appreciating
his worth, secured for him the appointment of post-
master. So ably and satisfactorily was the position
filled, that a unanimous petition of citizens procured for
him a reappointment by President Grant, in 1874. In
his death the town has lost a most worthy citizen, the
post-office department a reliable official, and the family
a loving friend and brother."
V. Laura Elizabeth 7 , born January 25, 1843; d' e d July 8, 1861.
ELMORE 6 (Asa 5 , Asa*, Thomas*, Thomas*, Shadrach*), born
October 29, 1787; married, at Jericho, Vermont, March 14,
1813, Rheuanna, daughter of William and Ruth (Wood)
Smith, born at Jericho, October 7, 1790. She died at Essex,
Vermont, September 13, 1833, and he at Bolton, Vermont,
October 16, 1854; resided at Jericho; a farmer.
I. Hannah 7 , born February 14, 1815; died at Jericho, May
II. Martin E. 7 , born October 3, 1816; married, Mary Hani-
ford; resided in Underbill, Vermont, a carpenter,
where he died October 14, 1890. No children.
III. Chloe 7 , born July 20, 1818, at Jericho, Vermont; married,
Hoyet Cooper; resided in Twin Bluffs, Wisconsin.
He died December 11, 1893.
IV. Emily 7 , born February 2, 1820; died August 17, 1828, at
V. John S. 7 , born May 9, 1822; married, November 29, 1854,
at Huntington, Vermont, Deborah Blair, born August
8, 1822, at Ascott, Canada, daughter of James and
Betsey (Cox) Blair; resides in Bolton, Vermont, an
intelligent and prosperous farmer.
I. George F. 8 , born August 26, 1856, at Richmond,
Vermont; married, April 26, 1883, at Jericho,
244 HAPGOOD FAMILY.
Effie, daughter of Azro and Martha (Pinneo)
Davis, born September i, 1864; resides in
Jericho ; a farmer. No children.
II. Ettie 8 , born May 16, 1858; died March 9, 1866, at
III. Melissa 8 , born August 31, 1863; resides in Bolton.
IV. John E. 8 , born February 15, 1869, at Bolton; a
VI. Emily 7 , born July 19, 1824; married, Chellis Wellman, of
VII. Hannah 7 , born July 10, 1826; married, Edwin Pratt,
resides in Richland Center, Wisconsin.
VIII. Adaline 7 , born October 25, 1828; married, Clark Ford;
resides in Waitsfield, Vermont; a farmer.
IX. Frank 7 , born May n, 1830; married, and resides in Twin
Bluffs, Wisconsin; a farmer.
X. Edwin 7 , born September 15, 1832, at Essex, Vermont;
resides in Wilmot, Wisconsin.
XI. Edgar 7 , born September 15, 1832, at Essex, Vermont, twin
with Edwin; died March 20, 1849, m Jericho, Vermont.
CHARLES 6 (Asa 5 , Asa*, T/wmas 3 , T/wmas 2 , Shadrach 1 ), born
November 18, 1790, at Reading, Vermont; married at Rush-
ford, New York,' November 5, 1820, Lucy, daughter of
James Kendall, of Windsor, Vermont ; resided in Rushford,
a large farmer; died November 4, 1847.
CHILDREN, all bom in Rushford, Alleghany County, New York.
I. Harriet 7 , born February n, 1822; married, in Rushford,
March 28, 1847, Perry Corse, of Norway, Herkimer
County, New York, a brother to the wife of Dexter
M. 7 Hapgood, born January 7, 1822. She died in
Rushford, March 19, 1855.
1. Ellen 8 Corse, born April 7, 1848, at Rushford;
married, January 10, 1879, Richard Van Name,
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born April 17, 1845, i n Centerville, New York.
* No children.
2. Elbert 8 , born February 12, 1850; unmarried.
3. Emma 8 , born July 4, 1852; unmarried.
86 II. Harrison 7 , born November 5, 1823 ; married, October,
1849, Helen Adaline, daughter of Nathan C. Kimball,
born August 21, 1830.
III. Emily 7 , born March 26, 1825; died at Cedar Falls, Sep-
tember 7, 1897 ; married, September 13, 1847, at
Rushford, William Allen Emerson (son of Allen
Emerson, born April 19, 1783, in Dunstable, Massa-
chusetts; died May 5, 1852, at Amity, Pennsylvania),
born June 7, 1818, at Manlius, New York; resides in
Cedar Falls, Iowa.
1. Eugene Hapgood 8 Emerson, born July 3, 1848, at
Amity, Pennsylvania; married, March 20, 1875,
at Sioux City, Iowa, Harriet E. Raymond,
born at Newcastle, Wisconsin, July 12, 1849;
resides in Siloam Springs ; a lumber merchant.
Guy L. V. Emerson, Assistant Attorney for the
Missouri, Kansas & Texas Railway Company,
residing in Muskogee, Indian Territory, is a
son of the above.
2. Augusta Emily 8 , born November 17, 1850, at
Amity, Pennsylvania; married, November 17,
1875, at South Creek, Nebraska, Luther T.
Reed, born in Tiffin, Ohio, 1846; resides in
Lamar, Missouri ; a land agent.
3. Clara Gustina 8 , born August 19, 1853, at Amity,
Pennsylvania; married, January II, 1888, at
Cedar Falls, Iowa, Charles Johnson, born in
Sullivan County, New York, July 8, 1843 re *
sides in Lakeside, Washington; a fruit grower.
4. Evangeline Alzina 8 , born April 30, 1855, at Amity,
Pennsylvania ; married, September 13, 1876,
Moses F. Batcheller, born January 3, 1853, at
Burrillville, R. I.; resides in Cedar Falls, Iowa;
5. William Almon 8 , born March 9, 1857, at Clymer,
New York; killed by lightning May 17, 1877.
6. Emma 8 , born February 21, 1859; died young.
246 HAPGOOD FAMILY.
7. Ella 8 , born February 21, 1859; twin with Emma;
8. Charles Edward 8 , born February 27, 1861 ; married,
October 28, 1885, at Cedar Falls, Elsie Smith,
born in Rockford, Illinois, August 19, 1862;
resides in Lamar, Missouri; a farmer.
IV. Nelson 7 , born November 10, 1826; died at Rushford, July
87 V. Dexter Milton 7 , born July 16, 1828; married, July 15, 1848,
Julia Corse, of Norway, New York.
VI. Charles G. 7 , born March 18, 1831; resided in Rochester,
New York; a lawyer and dealer in real estate; died
August 6, 1896, of diabetes; unmarried.
VII. Lucy 7 , born February 2, 1834; died at Rushford, Septem-
ber 19, 1838.
VIII. Jane 7 , born June 12, 1836; married, December 24, 1855,
George Lemuel Williams, born at Franklin, New York,
about 1832, died, February i, 1860; she married,
second, November 2, 1863, Peter Diamond, born in
Vermont ; removed to Battle Creek, Jackson County,
Michigan. In November, 1882, he fell from a brick
building and was instantly killed.
CHILDREN, by first husband.
1. Ida 8 Williams, born March 13, 1856, in Cattaraugus
County, New York; married, July 4, 1872, at
Napoleon, Jackson County, Michigan, William
Henry Hudson, born May 8, 1851, at Michigan
2. William F. 8 , born March 4, 1860, at Eaton Rapids,
Michigan; married, November 3, 1880, at
Battle Creek, Leah Reshon, born in Bigo,
Lower Canada, July 28, 1857.
CHILDREN, by second husband.
3. Lottie 8 Diamond, born July 18, 1864, in Augusta,
Michigan; married, September 3, 1889, Nelson
Brown, born in Battle Creek, July n, 1864.
4. Nellie 8 , born May 9, 1866, at Eaton Rapids;
died October 18, 1867.
5. Nora 8 , born June 9, 1869, at Hickory Corners,
Michigan; married, July 19, 1884, Albert
SIXTH GENERATION. 247
Brown, in Battle Creek, born September 3,
1860, in Ontario Province, Canada.
6. De Witt Clinton 8 , born July 13, 1874, at Battle
Creek; married, September 25, 1896, Minnie
Cretson, born April 19, 1871, at Galion, Ohio.
IX. George Washington 7 , born January 13, 1840, at Rushford,
New York. Served in the War of the Rebellion,
enlisted September 13, 1861, in Company D, Sixty-
fourth Regiment New York Volunteers, wounded at
the Battle of Fair Oaks, Virginia, and discharged
from the service on the 3oth of September, 1862, at
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, as corporal ; re-enlisted
as sergeant in Company B, Second Regiment Mounted
Rifles New York Volunteers, December 23, 1863, for
three years or during the war, and was discharged at
Petersburg, Virginia, August 10, 1865; wounded in
front of Petersburg, July 30, 1864. He married,
November 5, 1866, at Rushford, New York, Mary Ann
Bishop, born May 12, 1844, at Almond, Alleghany
County, New York; resides in Raymond, Clark
County, South Dakota; a farmer.
I. Frank Ashabel 8 , born June 5, 1870, at Yates,
Orleans County, New York.
TiLLisoN 6 (Asa 5 , Asa 4 , T/zomas 3 , Thomas*, Shadrach 1 ), born
April 13, 1792, at Jericho, Chittenden County, Vermont;
married, February 13, 1823, Cynthia Bliss, born in Jericho,
1795 ; died January 22, 1878. He died September, 1850;
I. Julian 7 , born April 8, 1824; married, March 16, 1851,
Harriet DavSes, born November 25, 1831, at Jericho;
died January 22, 1886. He died May 4, 1866; resided
in Jericho ; a farmer.
248 HAPGOOD FAMILY.
I. George Burt 8 , born December 22, 1856; married,
April 17, 1889, at Milford, Lassin County, Cali-
fornia, Annie Genevieve True, born October 2,
1865, at Gold Hill, Story County, Nevada.
Resides in Cedarville, Modoc County, Cali-
fornia ; a dealer in horses.
I. Elma Genevieve 9 , born March 8, 1890.
II. Jesse Almerine 9 , born July 25, 1891.
II. Ida Bell 8 , born March i, 1860; died December
III. Clark Bliss 8 , born September 18, 1865, at Jericho ;
married, May 13, 1885, at Cambridge, Vermont,
Florence Beulah Wilcox, born August 31, 1865,
I. Ella Harriet 9 , born June 18, 1887.
II. Harold Clark 9 , born May 6, 1891.
III. Beulah Francis 9 , born June 8, 1894.
II. Henry Martin 7 , born February 6, 1830; married, June 12,
1858, at Fairfax, Vermont, Olive Abbott, born May
8, 1845. He died April 9, 1872; a farmer.
I. Zeph 8 , born February 8, 1860, at Westford, Ver-
mont; married, September 12, 1885, Minnie A.
Hughes, born September 10, 1867, in Dublin,
Ireland; resides in Essex Junction, Vermont;
a hotel keeper.
I. Henry Julius 9 , born July 10, 1886.
II. Olive Beatrice 9 , born September 10, 1888.
III. John Hughes 9 , born April 22, 1894.
II. Cynthia 8 , born September 17, 1867; died April
SIXTH GENERATION. 249
BATES TURNER" (Asa 6 , Asa*, Thomas?, Thomas 2 , Shad-
rach 1 } born November 6, 1800, in Fairfax, Vermont, re-
moved to Jericho, Vermont, with his parents, in 1806.
On his marriage in 1826, he went to Lake Chautauqua,
where he remained two years. In 1828 he made purchases
of land and engaged in mercantile business, in Rushford,
New York, from which he retired, 1855, twelve years pre-
vious to his death. Few men have left a stronger impress
upon those with whom they have been connected, either in
business or other pursuits, than he. Of large stature and
commanding presence, he was equally forcible in character
and influence. He was one of the founders of the Rushford
Academy, being the first president of the board of trustees.
He also held the offices of assessor, justice of the peace, and
supervisor. He served thirty-six years as trustee of the
Baptist Church, and was deacon twenty-two years. He was
a life member of the New York State Baptist Education
Society, the American Baptist Publication, the American
Baptist Missionary Union, and the Bible Union Society.
He contributed articles to the Examiner and Chronicle, and
other religious papers, and was a man of large reading,
cultivated tastes and acquirements. He married, January
25, 1826, Alzina, daughter of Silas Taylor, formerly of
Granby, Massachusetts, and died July 6, 1867.
I. Lucia Cornelia 7 , born March 27, 1831, at Rushford; edu-
cated at Phipp's Union Seminary, Albion, New York,
and graduated 1849; had many opportunities for
travel, and was a woman of unusual culture and
attainments. She married, September 25, 1851, Orrin
Thrall, son of Timothy and Elmira (Thrall) Higgins,
born August 14, 1826, in Centerville, New York. His
father was born at East Haddam, Connecticut,
250 HAPGOOD FAMILY.
November 24, 1801 ; studied medicine and became an
eminent M. D. His mother, Elmira, was born August
18, 1807. Orrin removed to Rushford, went into
mercantile business, which he prosecuted with energy,
and became a distinguished and highly esteemed
citizen. His wife died at Rushford, September 15,
1868, and he at Olean, March 3, 1890.
1. Clara Alzina Hapgood 8 Higgins, born September
6, 1854, at Rushford ; educated at Mrs. Bryan's
celebrated school, at Batavia, New York,
together with a three years' course at Berlin,
Germany; married, October 17, 1877, Frank
Sullivan, son of William M. Smith, M. D., of
Patterson, New Jersey, born October 14, 1851,
at Angelica, N. Y., residing there and in New
York City. The Higgins' and the Hopkins',
from whom she descended, were among the first
settlers in the Plymouth Colony. Constanta
Hopkins, daughter of Stephen Hopkins, came
with her father in the " Mayflower," and married
Nicholas Snow, who came over in 1623, in the
" Ann." Mary Snow married Thomas Paine,
1650. Mary Paine married, first, James Rogers,
and, second, Israel Cole, 1669; Hannah Cole
married Samuel Higgins, 1703 ; Daniel Higgins
married Ruth Snow Browne, 1727; Israel Hig-
gins, Jr., married Elizabeth Wood Aiken, 1753 ;
Timothy Higgins married Lucy Whitmore,
1787; Timothy Higgins, Jr., married Elmira
Thrall, 1825; Orrin Thrall Higgins married
Lucia Cornelia 7 Hapgood, the mother of Clara
Alzina. Richard Higgins married Lydia Chan-
dler, and was one of the seven who had permis-
sion to establish a colony at Eastham. His son
Benjamin, married Lydia Bangs, whose father,
Edward, came over in the "Ann."
2. Frank Wayland 8 , born August 18, 1856; married,
June 5, 1878, at Sparta, Wisconsin, Catharine C.
Noble, born July 16, 1856, at Rushford; resides
in Olean, an extensive dealer in pine land, and
is also a member of the New York State Senate.
3. Edwin Hapgood 8 , born September 18, 1858; died
January 13, 1859.
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JOEL WiLSON 6 (Asa 6 , Asa*, Thomas*, Thomas 1 , Shadrach 1 ),
born April 21, 1802, at Fairfield, Vermont; married, Sep-
tember i, 1830, at Carrol, New York, Susan Harrington,
born in Whitehall, New York, August 18, 1808. Settled
in Ellery, Chautauqua County, New York, and became an
extensive and wealthy farmer and fruit grower. He died
October 21, 1883, and his widow at Buffalo, New York,
October 8, 1889.
88 I. Daniel Smiley 7 , born December 15, 1832 ; married, January
i, 1856, Clarissa Laura Johnson.
II. Mary Ann 7 , born November 19, 1834; married, December
19, 1851, at Ellery, Ephraim Cowden, born November
1 8, 1824, at Kitone. They resided in Ellery where he
died January 30, 1888.
1. Emogene 8 Cowden, born January 22, 1853 ; mar-
ried, October 10, 1868, at Ellery, Romatur
Brown ; a farmer.
2. Louise Mary 8 , born June 12, 1855; married,
December 25, 1870, at Ellery, Eugene Scofield ;
3. Ernest Joel 8 , born August 13, 1858; married,
October 29, 1890, at North Warren, Pennsyl-
vania, Mary Lott ; resides in North Warren ;
4. Morris Wells 8 , born June 28, 1861 ; married, March
8, 1895, Blanche Olmstead; resides in Gerry,
Chautauqua County, New York ; a doctor.
5. Grant 8 , born November 14, 1864; resides in
Ellery ; a cheese maker.
6. Charles George 8 , born March 15, 1867; married,
March 10, 1895, Effie Newville; resides in
Ellery ; a teamster.
7. De Forest 8 , born October 29, 1870; resides in
Ellery ; a cheese maker.
8. Mark Finley 8 , born November 10, 1874; resides
in Jamestown; a book-keeper.
252 HAPGOOD FAMILY.
89 III. Charles Elmore, 7 born February 15, 1840 ; married, October
20, 1867, Mrs. Loranda Simmons Klock.
90 IV. Albert 7 , born April 23, 1847; married, June 21, 1869,
Ella H. Baldwin. "
HORACE 6 (Artemas 5 , Asa 4 , Thomas*, Thomas 1 , Shadrach 1 },
born May 25, 1800; married, March 22, 1823, Lucy Parsons,
at Elizabethtown, New York, born February 9, 1798 ; resided
in Athol, Massachusetts; a carpenter; died June 6, 1877;
his widow died July 28, 1881.
I. Charles N. 7 , born January 25, 1825 ; died May 3, 1825.
II. Henry 7 , born February 26, 1826; was twice married; actor
and agent for a dramatic troupe ; now presumably an
inmate of the Actors' Home', Long Island.
III. Edgar 7 , born April 27, 1828; died December 4, 1852, at
IV. Abigail 7 , born August 22, 1830; died January 10, 1831.
V. Abby 7 , born January 31, 1836; married, January 21, 1858,
Otis B. Boutwell, of Montague, Massachusetts, born
December 2, 1828; was in mechanical business in