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Grinnell manufactures fine cotton goods, and under Mr.
Pierce 's management has always paid good dividends, and
its stock commands an excellent premium. Mr. Pierce has
no children.



455. EDWARD HOWLAND ALLEN* (Thomas Allen, 3 Sarah 2
Hoidand, Gideon 1 ), son of Thomas and Phebe S. (How-



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land) Allen of New Bedford, was born Sept. 9, 1831, and
died May 10, 1899. He was for many years engaged in
the brass foundry business in New Bedford, being a mem-
ber of the firm of Gifford & Allen. In later life he was
agent for a mill supply company. Mr. Allen was an active
Republican and served several years in the common coun-
cil. He was treasurer of Grace Episcopal Church. Mr.
Allen married Oct. 23, 1855, Achsah B. Wood, daughter of
James B. and Hannah (Gibbs) Wood, born 1834, died
April 26, 1901. Children:

513. i. ELIZABETH H., b. Jan. 10, 1857; d. Sept, 19, 1882.

514. ii. JAMES WOOD, b. March 11, 1859.

515. iii. CAKRIE, b. April 5, 1862.



456. JAMES PRINCE ALLEN* (Thomas Allen, 3 Sarah 2
Rowland, Gideon 1 }, son of Thomas and Phebe S. (How-
land) Allen of New Bedford, was born April 20, 1834, and
died June 9, 1881. He was a member of the firm of Col-
lins & Allen, stationers and bookbinders, New Bedford.
He married May 18, 1871, Frances T. Davis, daughter of
Henry V. and Jane M. Davis of New Bedford, born 1848,
died Feb. 14, 1906. Children :

i. JANE D., b. Sept. 27, 1872; d. Feb. 5, 1883.
ii. FRANCES H., b. June 16, 1877; d. Aug. 26, 1915, killed
in an automobile accident at a railroad grade cross-
ing in New Bedford. She was a nurse in New Bed-
ford and Fall River.



457. SARAH ALLEN ROWLAND* (Judith Allen, 3 Sarah 2
Hoivland, Gideon*), daughter of George S. and Judith
(Allen) Howland of New Bedford, was born Aug. 11, 1819
and died Jan. 22, 1890. She married Aug. 23, 1843, Cap-
tain Daniel H. Wood of New Bedford, son of John and
Lurania P. (Akin) Wood, and a brother of John Wood
(See No. 453). He sailed in the merchant service between
New York and Havre. Children :

516. i. ELIZABETH HOWLAND, b. June 8, 1844; d. Dec. 27, 1915.
ii. CORNELIA, b. Feb. 1, 1847; d. inf.

517. iii. GEORGE ROWLAND, b. July 3, 1852.



458. MARY ELIZABETH ALLEN* (James Allen, 3 Sarah-
Howland, Gideon 1 ), daughter of James and Martha T.



304 THE ROWLAND HEIRS

(Russell) Allen of Richmond, Va., was born Dec. 25, 1829
and died July 8, 1901. She married General Richard
William Heath, born Jan. 30, 1823, died Feb. 6, 1875, He
served all through the Mexican War, and later was ordered
with the United States forces to California, being given a
responsible appointment in the quartermaster's depart-
ment of the Pacific division. Leaving Richmond in the
latter part of 1848 he sailed from New York on the voyage
around the Horn. At Cruces the captain of his command
was stricken ill and died, leaving General Heath in full
command on the long voyage in the steamship California,
the pioneer ship to reach San Francisco, Feb. 28, 1849.

General Heath was a member of the first Legislature of
California, was pilot commissioner of the harbor of San
Francisco, and was warden of the port. In 1856 he was
promoted to the command of a brigade as full brigadier-
general of the state militia. He served as consul to San
Salvador. In his private business he was known as the
"Tobacco King" and in his later years was a member of
the San Francisco Stock Exchange. Children:

i. JAMES JOHNSTON, b. Feb. 12, 1853; d. June 27, 1853.
ii. MARY COURTNEY, b. April 14, 1854. Besides in San

Francisco.

iii. SARAH EITCHIE, b. Jan. 24, 1856. Besides in San
Francisco. She has written a number of short stories
of great merit,
iv. PJCHARD SELDEN, b. April 17, 1857; d. Oct. 28, 1904;

unm.

518 v. CHARLES BUSSELL, b. March 12, 1859; d. Nov. 30, 1889.
vi. MARBURY EWELL, b. March 12, 1859; d. March 22, 1875.
vii. VIRGINIA DUKE, b. Aug. 24, 1861. Besides in San
Francisco.

519. viii. JOHN, b. March 10, 1863; d. July 26, 1892.

ix. BOBERTA EDMONIA LEE, b. Aug. 5, 1864. Besides in

San Francisco.

x. LANGHORNE, b. Oct. 20, 1865; d. May 11, 1902; unm.
xi. WILLIAM BALSTON, b. Sept. 24, 1866; d. Aug. 30, 1901;
unm.

520. xii. MARIA COOKE, b. June 26, 1871.



459. CHARLES RUSSELL ALLEN* (James Allen* Sarah-
Howland, Gideon 1 -}, son of James and Martha T. (Russell)
Allen, of Richmond, Va., was born Sept. 18, 1831, and
died Dec. 20, 1875. He married Ellen H. Thompson, who
died Feb. 4, 1881. He was at one time in partnership in



SAKAH ALLEN'S DESCENDANTS 305

San Francisco with General Richard W. Heath. Daugh-
ter:

521. i. ELSIE HAMILTON, b. July 1, 1866.



460. SARAH BATES ALLEN* (James Allen, 3 Sarah 2 How-
land, Gideon*), daughter of James and Martha T. (Rus-
sell) Allen, of Richmond, Va., was born June 10, 1833,
and died Aug. 20, 1876. She married Aug. 20, 1857,
Judge Alexander Barclay Guigon of Richmond, born Feb.
13, 1831, died Feb. 22, 1878, son of Auguste and Ellen
(Smithey) Guigon. Judge Guigon 's father was a native
of Paris, France, and came to Richmond in the latter part
of the eighteenth century. The son, as a youth, was a
page in Congress, and later became a lawyer. He entered
the war between the states in 1861, and was orderly ser-
geant of the Second Battery of the Richmond Howitzers
until April, 1862, when he was commissioned a captain in
the Confederate army. In the later years of the war he
was ordnance officer of a battalion of artillery. In 1870
Captain Guigon was elected judge of the Hustings Court
of the city of Richmond, and remained in office until his
death eight years afterward. Children:

522. i. ALEXANDER BARCLAY, b. Aug. 13, 1858.

ii. ELLEN, b. Nov. 26, 1869. Besides in Richmond, Va.



461. JOSEPHINE MYERS ALLEN* (James Allen, 3 Sarah'
Rowland, Gideon 1 ), daughter of James and Martha T.
(Russell) Allen of Richmond, Va., was born Dec. 21, 1839.
She resides in Richmond. She married (1) Nathaniel
Wickliffe, a graduate of West Point, lieutenant, U. S. A.,
and an officer in the C. S. A.; (2) Chesley Kinney. Son,
by first marriage :

i. EGBERT L. WICKLIFFE, b. Sept. 30, 1866; d. young.

462. EMILY HOWLAND ALLEN* (Frederick S. Allen, 3
Sarah 2 Rowland, Gideon 1 ), daughter of Frederick S. and
Mary P. (Howland) Allen (See No. 306) was born in New
Bedford, March 27, 1835, and died in that city, March 25,
1884. She married Oct. 22, 1857, Edward Smith 8 Taber
(Joseph? Francis, 6 Benjamin, 5 Benjamin* Joseph, 3



306 THE ROWLAND HEIRS

Thomas,- Philip 1 ), son of Joseph and Deborah (Smith)
Taber, born March 15, 1826, died March 10, 1899. In his
early years he was in the counting-room of George How-
land and his two sons. In 1868 he took charge of the Morse
Twist Drill & Machine Co., New Bedford, founded during
the Civil War, and as president and treasurer until his
death developed it with great success. Children :

i. FREDERICK ALLEN, b. March 7, 1859; unm. Resides in

South Dartmouth.
523. ii. ALICE STANDISH, b. Nov. 23, 1862.

iii. SYLVIA HOWLAND, b. Jan. 24, 1872. She married Dr.
Horatio Gushing Allen (See No. 536).

These three are the only heirs to the Sylvia Ann Howland estate to
receive a double inheritance, through two lines of descent from Gideon
Howland.

463. WALTER SPOONER ALLEN* (Frederick S. Alien, 3
Sarah 2 Howland, Gideon 1 ), son of Frederick S. and Susan
B. (Gardner) Allen, was born July 16, 1858, in New Bed-
ford and died March 31, 1915, in San Diego, Cal. He
graduated from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology,
Boston, with the degree of Bachelor of Science in 1879.
Later he studied chemistry at the University of Leipsic
and was also a special student at Harvard. For three
years he was an instructor in chemistry at the Institute of
Technology, and in 1885 became secretary of the state
board of gas commissioners. From 1892 to 1896 he was
assistant to the general manager of the Boston Gas Light
Co. Later he was secretary of the Massachusetts commis-
sion to investigate the relations between street railways
and municipal corporations, and secretary of the Massa-
chusetts commission to the Paris exposition of 1900. Sub-
sequently he was connected with the American Telephone
& Telegraph Co. For thirteen years he was a trustee of
the New Bedford Free Public Library.

Mr. Allen married Dec. 12, 1899, Idee Tiller, daughter
of J. T. W. and Antoinette (Pruitt) Tiller. Children:

i. EUTH, b. Sept. 30, 1901.
ii. MARGARET, b. June 10, 1906; d. Jan. 19, 1912.

464. EDITH ALLEN* (Frederick S. Allen, 3 Sarah 2 How-
land, Gideon*}, daughter of Frederick S. and Susan B.
(Gardner) Allen, was born April 12, 1860, in New Bed-



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ford. She married Dec. 10, 1884, Frederick P. Forster, son
of Henry and Mary T. (Swift) Forster, a lawyer in New
York, now deceased. Mrs. Forster resides in Milton, Mass.
Her five sons entered the service of humanity in the world
war. Children :

524. i. DOROTHY, b. Sept. 6, 1885.

ii. FREDERICK ALLEN, b. Feb. 4, 1887. He graduated at
Harvard University in 1910, for several years there-
after living in Oregon. In 1917 he was commissioned
a second lieutenant in the National Army, and was
stationed at Camp Upton, L. I., when he met death
in an automobile accident, Oct. 5, 1917.

iii. HENRY, b. March 21, 1889. He enlisted in the Foreign
Legion of France and attended the aviation school
at Avord. Later he was transferred to the United
States aviation service. He graduated from Har-
vard in 1911.

iv. MARGARET, b. March 23, 1893.

v. HORACE WALDO, b. Aug. 9, 1895. In 1917 he was com-
missioned first lieutenant of cavalry and assigned to
the army service school at Fort Leavenworth, Kas.
He is in France with the Second Cavalry.

vi. EEGINALD, b. May 24, 1897. He is serving in the

Eleventh Field Artillery, U. S. A.

vii. GARDNER, b. Aug. 17, 1899. He entered Harvard
University in the class of 1921. In the summer
of 1918 he was a member of the Harvard Bed Cross
ambulance unit in Italy, and was awarded the
Italian war cross for bravery in carrying supplies
to cavalry.



465. GEORGE HENRY HOWLAND ALLEN* (Frederick S.
Allen, 3 Sarah 2 Rowland, Gideon 1 ), son of Frederick S. and
Susan B. (Gardner) Allen, was born Oct. 5, 1861, in New
Bedford. Graduating from Harvard College in 1883 he
entered the office of Morse Twist Drill & Machine Co., New
Bedford, and has continued with that company to the pres-
ent time. Since 1890 he has been a trustee of the New
Bedford Five Cents Savings Bank, and clerk of the cor-
poration since 1907. He has been clerk of the Unitarian
Society of New Bedford since 1895. Mr. Allen is un-
married.

466. CLARA GARDNER ALLEN* (Frederick 8. Allen*
Sarah 2 Rowland, Gideon 1 ), daughter of Frederick S. and
Susan B. (Gardner) Allen, was born in New Bedford,



308 THE ROWLAND HEIRS

Sept. 18, 1863. She married Sept. 1, 1892, George Met-
calf Kingman of New Bedford, son of George Frederick
and Betsey Dean (Metcalf) Kingman. He is teller in the
Mechanics National Bank, and is active in the affairs of
Grace Episcopal Church, of which he is senior warden and
treasurer. Children :

i. ALLEN FREDERICK, b. Dec. 18, 1893. He took the course
at Plattsburg Training Camp in 1916, was appointed
second lieutenant in the army, and sent to the Port
Leavenworth service school. Subsequently advanced
to first lieutenant he was later promoted to captain
in the Sixteenth Infantry, and went to France. Early
in 1918 he was accidentally wounded by a sentry's
bullet, and returned to duty on his recovery.
ii. METCALF, b. July 1, 1898. In 1918 he enlisted in the
United States Marine Corps, and went to Paris
Island, S. C., for training.

467. HON. CHARLES WARREN CLIFFORD 5 (Sarah P.
Allen,* William H. Allen, 5 Sarah 2 Hoivland, Gideon 1 ), son
of Governor John H. and Sarah P. (Allen) Clifford, was
born in New Bedford Aug. 19, 1844. He graduated from
Harvard College in 1865, receiving the degree of A. M.
therefrom in 1868. Studying law at Harvard Law School
he was admitted to the bar in 1868, and began practice
with the New Bedford firm of which his father was for-
merly a member, one of the partners being Hon. William
W. Crapo. He is still in active practice, in the firm of
Crapo, Clifford & Prescott. In 1876 Mr. Clifford was ap-
pointed one of the commissioners to revise the judiciary
system of the Commonwealth ; from 1884 to 1888 was a civil
service commissioner of Massachusetts; from 1898 to 1901
served as one of the commissioners on the revision of the
statutes of Massachusetts ; and in 1904 on the commission
for the revision of the building laws. He was counsel for
the owners of whaling bark Cape Horn Pigeon, and as such
took part in the arbitration between the United States and
Russia at The Hague in 1902. As counsel for the owners
of the Hope On he acted in the arbitration between the
United States and Chili at Washington in 1886. Mr.
Clifford prepared the testimony relative to the whaling ves-
sels destroyed by the Confederate cruisers which was pre-
sented to the Geneva Arbitration. He has been president
of various financial, charitable and social organizations of
New Bedford.



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Mr. Clifford married (1) May 5, 1869, Frances Lothrop,
daughter of Charles L. and Elizabeth T. (Howland) Wood
of New Bedford, born June 22, 1844, died April 28, 1872;
(2) March 15, 1876, Wilhelmina H., daughter of Governor
Henry H. and Mary A. (Slocum) Crapo, and a sister of
his partner, Hon. William W. Crapo, born April 6, 1849,
died Aug. 23, 1909. His only child, by the first marriage,
died at birth.



468. HON. WALTER CLIFFORD 3 (Sarah P. Allen* Wil-
liam H. Allen, 3 Sarah 2 Howland, Gideon 1 ), son of Gov-
ernor John H. and Sarah P. (Allen; Clifford, was born
Aug. 11, 1849 in New Bedford, and died in that city Aug.
20, 1912. He graduated from Harvard College in 1871
and from Harvard Law School in 1875, entering upon the
practice of law. In 1878 he became a partner in the law
firm of Crapo, Clifford & Clifford. He entered political
life, and after serving in the city government, was mayor
of New Bedford in 1889 and 1890. Subsequently he
served as city solicitor. He was counsel in many import-
ant cases.

Mr. Clifford married June 5, 1878, Harriet Perry,
daughter of Hon. Charles S. and Sarah (Perry) Randall
of New Bedford, who survives him. Mr. Randall was
member of Congress from the New Bedford district for
several terms. Children:

525. i. JOHN HENRY, b. May 7, 1879.

ii. ROSAMOND, b. Aug. 24, 1881. Resides in New Bedford.

526. iii. HILDA, b. July 25, 1883.

527. iv. RANDALL, b. May 12, 1889.



469. DR. ARTHUR CLIFFORD S (Sarah P. Allen,* Wil-
liam H. Allen, 3 Sarah 2 Howland, Gideon 1 '), son of Gov-
ernor John H. and Sarah P. (Allen) Clifford, was born in
New Bedford April 7, 1852, and died Feb. 26, 1881. Grad-
uating from Harvard University in 1874 he studied med-
icine at Dartmouth Medical School and the College of
Physicians and Surgeons in New York, and practiced his
profession in New Bedford. He married Kate Parsons,
daughter of Philo Parsons, who died Aug. 27, 1900. Son :

528. i. CHARLES PARSONS, b. Oct. 23, 1880.



310 THE ROWLAND HEIRS

470. ROSALIE ALLEN 5 (William H. Allen* William H.
Allen, 3 Sarah 2 Rowland, Gideon 1 ), daughter of William H.
and Martha M. (Mason) Allen, was born March 12, 1841,
in St. Louis, Mo. She married Dec. 10, 1862, Dr.
Ephraim Lawrence Herriott, and resides in San Antonio,
Texas : Daughter :

i. KATHLEEN ALLEN, b. Jan. 15, 1865; m. Dec., 1899, Chris-
topher Parker Stafford, and resides in San An-
tonio, Texas.

471. IRENE ALLEN S (William- H. Allen* William H.
Allen, 3 Sarah 2 Howland, Gideon 1 ), daughter of William
H. and Martha M. (Mason) Allen, was born April 19,
1845, in Grafton, 111. She married April 23, 1865, Ed-
mond Alvarez Pinero, an attorney at law, and resides in
Alton, 111. Children :

i. PROSPER ALVAREZ, b. Oct. 8, 1867; unm. Eesides in
Lincoln, 111.

529. ii. MARIE ELISE, b. Dec. 13, 1869; deceased.

530. iii. EDMOND ALLEN, b. Oct. 13, 1872.

472. JAMES MASON ALLEN S (William H. Allen,* Wil-
liam H. Allen 3 Sarah 2 Howland, Gideon 1 ), son of Wil-
liam H. and Martha M. (Mason) Allen, was born May 7,
1847, in Grafton, 111., where he made his home for sixty
years. He attended an academy in New Bedford for a
year and the State Normal University of Illinois for two
years. In 1864 he began work in his father's flour mill,
and in 1868 took charge of the business, which he con-
ducted until 1907, when he removed to Pasadena, Cal.,
where he now resides. He married May 3, 1869, Alice
Smith Eaton, born at Phelps, N. Y., Aug. 6, 1848; died
at Pasadena, Feb. 7, 1916. Children :

531. i. HATTIE KOSALIE, b. Jan. 30, 1870.

ii. HARRY EATON, b. Aug. 6, 1871; d. June 17, 1906.

532. iii. MASON, b. Oct. 29, 1872.

533. iv. EGBERT STUART, b. Feb. 19, 1874.

v. SON, b. Oct. 4, 1876; d. Otet. 15, 1876.
vi. ARTHUR BARRETT, b. March 31, 1879.
vii. KATHARINE HARRISON, b. Feb. 19, 1887; m. April 17,
1905, Fernan O. Toribio.

473. HARRY CLIFFORD ALLEN S (William H. Allen,* Wil-
liam H. Allen, 3 Sarah 2 Howland, Gideon 1 ), son of William



SARAH ALLEN'S DESCENDANTS 311

H. and Martha M. (Mason) Allen, was born July 31, 1850,
in Grafton, 111. He was educated in the public schools and
at Christian Brothers College, St. Louis, Mo. For ten
years he was manager of the Grafton Manufacturing Co.
at Grafton, and in 1882 he removed to San Antonio, Texas,
where for two years he published the Texas Stockman and
Farmer. Since 1887 he has resided in Pasadena, Cal. He
married at Chicago Oct. 7, 1889, Harriet McCord. Chil-
dren:

i. ELSIE ALLEN, b. Sept. 25, 1890. Is managing head of

gauze room, Pasadena Red Cross Chapter,
ii. HARRY CLIFFORD, b. Feb. 10, 1892. In April, 1917,
while in his second year in Harvard Law School, he
entered the army, and is second lieutenant in the
346th Field Artillery.

iii. AVERIC STANDISH, b. Aug. 21, 1895. Is assistant head
of gauze room, Pasadena Eed Cross Chapter.

474. WILLIAM HERBERT ALLEN S (William H. Allen*
William H. Allen, 3 Sarah- Rowland, Gideon 1 }, son of Wil-
liam H. and Martha M. (Mason) Allen, was born Oct. 12,
1853. He is president of the Title Insurance and Trust Co.
of Los Angeles, Cal. He married Elsie Pettijohn. Son :

i. WILLIAM HERBERT. A graduate of Harvard College,
he applied for military service in April, 1917, but
was not accepted, because of eye trouble. He is man-
ager of a 1200-acre grain ranch in Arizona.



475. MARTHA RUTH ALLEN S (William H. Allen* Wil-
liam H. Allen, 3 Sarah 2 Rowland, Gideon 1 }, daughter of
William H. and Martha M. (Mason) Allen, was born Feb.
20, 1858, and died Sept. 6, 1902. She married Edward C.
Stelle, who survived her. They lived in Illinois, Florida,
and California. Son:

534. i. ALLEN CLIFFORD, b. Aug. 2, 1SS5.

476. LUCY E. ALLEN S (John A. P. Allen, 4 William H.
Alien, 3 Sarah 2 Howland, Gideon 1 ), daughter of Colonel
John A. P. and Abby F. (Chaddock) Allen, was born Aug.
7, 1841, and died May 5, 1913. She married Sept. 4, 1876,
Obed Clement Nye, son of Clement D. and Susan A. (Rus-
sell) Nye. He was a member of the firm of Bliss & Nye,
crockery dealers, New Bedford. Children :



312 THE ROWLAND HEIRS



535. i. ALICE SUMMERS, b. July 30, 1877.

ii. CLEMENT, b. Jan. 1879; d. Aug. 10, 1879.



477. JOHN CHADDOCK ALLEN 5 (John A. P. Allen* Wil-
liam H. Allen, 5 Sarah 2 Howland, Gideon^}, son of Colonel
John A. P. and Abby F. (Chaddock) Allen, was born Nov.
26, 1845, and died Feb. 11, 1876. He was a merchant in
New Bedford. He married June 1, 1871, Lizzie Wood
Ricketson, daughter of Charles W. and Polly H. (Gushing)
Ricketson, born in Dartmouth Aug. 8, 1850. She married
(2) April 15, 1878, John Mitchell Allen, son of Henry M.
and Matilda E. Allen, of Marion, Mass. Children:

i. CHARLOTTE E., b. Jan. 19, 1873; d. inf.
536. ii. HORATIO GUSHING, b. Sept. 10, 1874.



478. CHARLES RICKETSON ALLEN 5 (John A. P. Allen,*
William H. Allen, 3 Sarah 2 Howland, Gideon 1 ), son of
Colonel John A. P. and Abby F. (Chaddock) Allen was
born in New Bedford Aug. 6, 1862. He graduated from
the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1885 and be-
came assistant in the laboratory of general chemistry in
that institution. From 1886 to 1907 he was at the head of
the department of applied science in the New Bedford
High School, and was director of the New Bedford Indus-
trial School, 1909-1912. In March, 1911, he became agent
for industrial education of the Massachusetts State Board
of Education and made his home in Cambridge. Entering
the war service in 1918, he was stationed at the instruc-
tors' training center, Newport News, Va. Mr. Allen took
a post graduate course at Johns Hopkins University in
1896, and received the degree of Master of Arts from
Harvard in 1903. He married at Hingham, Mass., June
29, 1889, Lissa Hobart Hall. There are no children.



479. ISABELLE FRANCIS 5 (Averic P. Allen, 4 William H.
Allen, 3 Sarah 2 Rowland, Gideon*-}, daughter of Charles S.
and Averic P. (Allen) Francis, was born Jan. 25, 1853.
She married Rev. John Adams Bellows, born May 27,
1848, at Littleton, N. H., a graduate of Dartmouth Col-
lege in 1870, Unitarian minister, teacher, editor, and lec-
turer. At one time he was instructor in rhetoric and elo-



SARAH ALLEN'S DESCENDANTS 313

cution at Bowdoin College. They reside in Brookline,
Mass. Son :

537. i. HENRY ADAMS, b. Sept. 22, 1885.

480. WILLIAM ALLEN FRANCIS S (Averic P. Allen,*
William H. Allen 3 Sarah 2 Rowland, Gideon 1 ), son
of Charles S. and Averic P. (Allen) Francis, was born
Jan. 13, 1855. He is secretary of the Tiffany Studios,
Madison Avenue, New York City. He married Mary
Winterbottom. Children :

538. i. RICHARD STANDISH, b. July 1, 1879.

539. ii. HELEN, b. Dec. 25, 1881.

540. iii. WILLIAM WINTERBOTTOM, b. July 15, 1883.
iv. AVERIC PARKER, b. March 10, 1885.

481. JAMES PARKER FRANCIS S (Averic P. Allen, 4 Wil-
liam H. Allen, 3 Sarah 2 Howland, Gideon 1 ), son of Charles
S. and Averic P. (Allen) Francis, was born Feb. 7, 1859
in New York City. From 1874 to 1891 he was connected
with the Chemical National Bank of New York. Remov-
ing to New Bedford he became auditor of the Southern
Massachusetts Telephone Co. and was subsequently assist-
ant treasurer of the New England Cotton Yarn Co. Since
1901 he has been a public accountant. He passed the
state examination for certified public accountant in
November, 1909. Mr. Francis is treasurer of the Unitar-
ian Church, of St. Luke's Hospital, and of the Union for
Good Works. He married March 3, 1885, Louise Vincent
of Tarrytown, N. Y. Children :

541. i. VINCENT, b. June 16, 1888.

542. ii. ARTHUR STANDISH, b. Jan. 13, 1890.

482. HARRIET COE HUSSEY S (William A. Hussey*
Susan Allen, 3 Sarah 2 Howland, Gideon 1 ), daughter of
William A. and Harriet (Coe) Hussey, was born March
15, 1862. She married June 24, 1886, Lyman Coleman
Flynt of Monson, Mass. He is president of the Flynt
Granite Quarries of Monson and Flynt Building & Con-
struction Co. of Palmer, Mass. Children:

i. ROBERT HUSSEY, b. April 2, 1887; m. Dec. 23, 1915,
Emily W. Beach of Detroit, Mich. Is with the Union
Central Insurance Co., in Cincinnati.



314 THE ROWLAND HEIRS

543. ii. KUTH BURLEIGH, b. Sept. 29, 1888.

iii. OLIVIA COLEMAN, b. Oct. 27, 1890.

iv. ESTHER HOLMES, b. Feb. 12, 1894.



483. HELEN ALLEN HussEY 5 (William A. Hussey*
Susan Allen, 3 Sarah 2 Howland, Gideon 1 ), daughter of
William A. and Harriet (Coe) Hussey, was born Jan. 26,
1864. She married Oct. 23, 1889, Solomon Fred Cushman,
a woolen manufacturer of Monson, Mass. Children :

i. SOLOMON FREDERICK, b. Sept. 23, 1891; m. Oct. 1,
1917, Eebecca Willowby Lane Kennedy of Washing-
ton, D. C.

ii. WILLIAM ALLEN, b. March 31, 1895.
iii. HARRIET CANDACE, b. May 26, 1905.



484. GEORGE FREDERICK HussEY 5 (George F. Hussey*
Susan Allen, 3 Sarah 2 Howland, Gideon 1 '), son of George F.
and Margaret (Clapp) Hussey, was born Sept. 24, 1859,
and died April 27, 1894. He was connected with the Medi-
cal Record, and lived in East Orange, N. J. He married
Katharine Maud Philip, who married (2) John H. Rey-
nolds of Albany, N. Y. Children :

i. MARGARET CLAPP, b. Jan. 2, 1893. She graduated at
Smith College, and was connected with the editorial
staff of the Daily Hampshire Gazette, Northampton,
Mass. In 1918 she entered the Army School of Nurs-
ing, Camp Meade, Md.

ii. GERTRUDE F., b. Sept. 13, 1894. She graduated from
Simmons College in the domestic science course, and
in November, 1917, went to France to engage in the
canteen service of the Red Cross.