large extent their lawful claims against the State of Vir-
ginia. A compromise was reached in 1892, when Mr.
Guigon resumed general practice and has devoted him-
self chiefly to corporation law. He assisted in the organ-
ization of the Richmond Telephone Co., and was general
counsel for that company for several years. Most of his
time for the last ten or fifteen years has been occupied in
the performance of his duties as general attorney of the
Virginia Railway & Power Co., although he has to some
extent kept up his general professional connection.
For many years he was counsel for the Richmond So-
ciety for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, having
prepared and procured the passage of the existing laws
in Virginia on that subject. As counsel for the Board of
Pharmacy for Virginia he procured the passage by the
Legislature of the general statute, which until 1907, con-
stituted the entire pharmacy law of Virginia. In a very
important murder case in one of the counties, where the
prisoners had been sent to Richmond jail for safe keeping,
he succeeded for the first time in the history of English
jurisprudence in procuring from the Supreme Court of
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Appeals an order enlarging the writ of error and directing
that the prisoners should remain in the city of Richmond
until the further order of the Court, This action of the
Court was taken in order to prevent lynching. All three
of the accused were ultimately acquitted.
Mr. Guigon was several times elected to the council of
the city of Richmond. From 1891 to 1894 he was captain
on the staff of the First Regiment of Cavalry, Virginia
Volunteers. He has served as president of the Richmond
Bar Association and of the Richmond Chapter of the
328 THE ROWLAND HEIRS
Alumni of the University of Virginia. Mr. Guigon mar-
ried (1) Kate Empie Sheppard; (2) Adelaide Watkins.
By first marriage:
i. ALEXANDER BARCLAY, b. Nov. 17, 1887. He graduated
from the Virginia Polytechnic Institute, and has
followed the profession of civil engineering. In
November, 1917, he volunteered in the Twenty-Third
Engineers, U. S. A., and has been in France since the
first of April, 1918. He is unmarried.
By second marriage:
ii. LISA, b. Sept. 28, 1907.
523. ALICE STANDISH TABEB S (Emily H. Allen,* Fred-
erick 8. Allen, 3 Sarah 2 Hoidand, Gideon 1 ), daughter of
Edward S. and Emily H. (Allen) Taber, was born in New
Bedford, Nov. 23, 1862. She married Oct. 10, 1883, An-
drew Gray Weeks of Boston. Children :
581. i. ALLEN TABER, b. Dec. 13, 1884.
582. ii. ROSAMOND PIERCE, b. Oct. 9, 1887.
583. iii. KENNETH, b. Dec. 30, 1889; killed in battle, June 17,
1915, near Givenchy, France, while fighting for the
The Foreign Legion of France has officially voted Mrs.
Alice S. Weeks of New Bedford as "Mother of the Regi-
ment," said a newspaper account in 1918. This signal
honor from this great fighting organization came to her
after two years of untiring devotion to American boys in
the Foreign Legion. During that time she has given them
a mother's care. They have lived in her Paris home when
on leave, and while in the trenches have received under-
wear, candy, tobacco, gas masks and other comforts.
It was the death of her idolized son, Kenneth Weeks,
who early joined the Legion, that decided his mother to
carry out her plan. She had followed him to France in
1915, had taken a house in Paris; but before her boy could
secure a furlough to come to Paris he was killed; she
never saw him again. To Mrs. Weeks, as "having lost a
splendid son in the French army, and who is now giving
to a great number of us other Americans in the war the
tender sympathy and help of a mother," James R. Mc-
Connell has dedicated his war book "Flying in France."
Friends of her son in the Foreign Legion aviation corps
and ambulance work came to Mrs. Weeks when on leave
SARAH ALLEN'S DESCENDANTS 329
in Paris. Her home and its influence expanded into a sort
of a club, and her extraordinary understanding of young
men found a large field without losing its personal char-
acter. She wrote to them at the front and sent them
necessary comforts. They got depending on her as if she
were their mother. The folks back home also depend upon
her to keep them informed as far as possible.
As the number increased she was obliged to form a lit-
tle society under the name of "The Home Service for
American Soldiers Abroad." Among its directors were
Theodore Roosevelt, Bishop William Lawrence, Dr. Mor-
ton Prince, Major Henry L. Higginson, John J. Chapman
of New York and Ralph Adams Cram, the noted archi-
tect. American headquarters were opened in Boston and
the executive committee included some of Boston's best
known persons. When the Americans went to France,
Mrs. Weeks secured a villa at Aix-le-Bains, thus main-
taining two units of home service for American soldiers.
For many months the entire expense was defrayed by
In the summer of 1918 the work was absorbed by the
524. DOROTHY FORSTER S (Edith Allen* Frederick S.
Allen, 3 Sarah 2 Howland, Gideon 1 -), daughter of Frederick
P. and Edith (Allen) Forster, was born Sept. 6, 1885.
She married Rutger Bleecker Miller, a lawyer of New
York. Children :
i. RUTGER BLEECKER, b. July 13, 1914.
ii. HENRY FORSTER, b. Sept. 36, 3916.
iii. SUSAN GARDNER, b. Oct. 4, 1918.
525. JOHN HENRY CLIFFORD** (Walter Clifford, 5 Sarah
P. Allen, 4 William H. Allen, 3 Sarah 2 Howland, Gideon*},
son of Hon. Walter and Harriet P. (Randall) Clifford,
was born in New Bedford, May 7, 1879. He was educated
at the Groton School, and Harvard University, where he
graduated in 1902. Having completed his four years'
course in three years, he spent his senior year at the Law
School and was admitted to the bar in 1904. Entering
the law office of Crapo, Clifford & Prescott, he became a
330 THE ROWLAND HEIRS
partner in the firm in 1909, and practiced his profession
until the summer of 1917. On the entry of the United
States into the world war he took the officers' training
course at Plattsburg, N. Y., and was appointed second
lieutenant of infantry in the National Army, being subse-
quently promoted to first lieutenant. He was stationed at
Camp Devens, Mass., and in 1918 went overseas with the
526. HILDA. CLIFFORD 6 (Walter Clifford, 5 Sarah P.
Allen,* William H. Allen, 3 Sarah 2 Howland, Gideon 1 ),
daughter of Hon. Walter and Harriet P. (Randall) Clif-
ford, was born in New Bedford, July 25, 1883. She mar-
ried Oct. 14, 1905, John Weiss Stedman, vice president
of the Prudential Insurance Co., Newark, N. J. They re-
side at New Vernon, N. J. Children :
i. JOHN WEISS, b. Jan. 5, 1908.
ii. HILDA CLIFFORD, b. March 8, 1910.
iii. HARRIET RANDALL, b. Dec. 14, 1912.
527. DR. RANDALL CLIFFORD 6 (Walter Clifford, 5 Sarah
P. Allen, 4 William H. Allen, 3 Sarah 2 Howland, Gideon 1 ),
son of Hon. Walter and Harriet P. (Randall) Clifford,
was bom in New Bedford, May 12, 1889. He graduated
at Harvard University in 1912, and from the Harvard
Medical School in 1917. Joining the Naval Reserve Med-
ical Corps, he was given the rank of lieutenant, senior
grade, and stationed at the United States Naval Hospital
at Newport, R. I. Dr. Clifford married May 11, 1918,
Charlotte Baylies, daughter of Walter Cabot and Char-
lotte (Upham) Baylies, of Commonwealth Avenue, Bos-
ton. Mrs. Clifford has been very active in war welfare
work, and taking up the study of wireless telegraphy be-
came an expert operator.
528. CHARLES PARSONS CLIFFORD G (Arthur Clifford,*
Sarah P. Allen* William H. Allen, 3 Sarah 2 Howland,
Gideon*), son of Dr. Arthur and Kate (Parsons) Clifford,
was born Oct. 23, 1880. He graduated from Harvard in
1903, and is now connected with Jackson & Curtis, brokers,
of Boston, residing in Milton, Mass. He married Oct. 28,
SARAH ALLEN'S DESCENDANTS 331
1903, Edith Grirmell Stone, daughter of Nathaniel H.
and Laura G. (Holdrege) Stone, born March 21, 1882
(See No. 358, i). Children:
i. CHARLES PARSONS, b. March 19, 1905.
ii. NATHANIEL STONE, b. Aug. 3, 1906.
iii. KATHARINE PARSONS, b. April 19, 1909; d. March 23,
iv. ARTHUR, b. May 25, 1914; d. May 30, 1914.
v. JOHN HENRY, b. Aug. 1, 1915.
529. MARIE ELISE PiNERO 6 (Irene Allen, 5 William H.
Allen,* William H. Allen, 3 Sarah- Howland, Gideon 1 },
daughter of Edmond A. and Irene (Allen) Pinero, was
born Dec. 13, 1869. She married Nov. 5, 1891, Emil E.
Linkogel, and is now deceased. Daughter:
i. ELIZABETH IRENE, m. Charles W. Pollard. Besides in
Alton, 111. Daughter: Marie Elise.
530. EDMOND ALLEN PINERO (Irene Allen, 5 William H.
Allen* William II. Allen, 3 Sarah 2 Rowland,, Gideon 1 -), son
of Edmond A. and Irene (Allen) Pinero, was born Oct. 13,
1872, and resides in St. Louis. He married Henrietta S.
Blanke. Son :
i. ALLEN B., a student at Kemper Military Academy,
531. HATTIE ROSALIE ALLEN G (James M. Allen, 5 William
H. Allen,* William H. Allen, 3 SaraJr Howland, Gideon 1 ),
daughter of James M. and Alice S. (Eaton) Allen, was
born in Grafton, 111., Jan. 30, 1870. She married Oct. 9,
1889, Dr. L. M. Benepe. Children :
584. i. HELEN ALLEN, b. July 12, 1890.
585. ii. LEILA MARGUERITE, b. Aug. 9, 1891.
iii. Louts MASON, b. Nov. 3, 1892.
iv. EGBERT STIENER, b. July 18, 1894.
v. OLIVE MARIE, b. Nov. 8, 1896,
vi. JAMES LORIMER, b. Aug. 23, 1902.
vii. ALICE, b. Jan. 8, 1909.
viii. RUTH, b. Jan. 8, 1909.
532. MASON ALLEN C (James M. Allen, 5 William H.
Allen* William H. Allen 3 Sarah 2 Hoivland, Gideon 1 ), son
332 THE ROWLAND HEIRS
of James M. and Alice S. (Eaton) Allen, was born in
Grafton, 111., Oct. 29, 1872. He married May 12, 1900,
Clara King. Children:
i. PHILIP, b. May 11, 1901.
ii. STUART, b. Dec. 13, 1902.
iii. HARRIET, b. May 15, 1905.
iv. ELIZABETH, b. June 11, 1908.
v. MASON E., b. May 22, 1914.
533. ROBERT STUART ALLEN" (James M. Allen, 5 William
H. Allen,* William H. Allen, 3 Sarah 2 Rowland, Gideon 1 ),
son of James M. and Alice S. (Eaton) Allen, was born in
Grafton, 111., Feb. 19, 1874. He married Sept. 17, 1896,
Betsey Bushnell. Children :
i. PRISCILLA, b. Nov. 3, 1897.
ii. KATHARINE, b. April 8, 1899.
iii. BERTHENA, b. Dec. 7, 1907.
iv. BETSEY S., b. Aug. 3, 1909.
v. HARRIET FRANCIS, b. Aug. 19, 1911.
534. ALLEN CLIFFORD STELLE 6 (Martha R. Allen, 5 Wil-
liam H. Allen,* William H. Allen, 3 Sarah 2 Rowland, Gid-
eon*}, son of Edward C. and Martha R. (Allen) Stelle, was
born in Jersey County, 111., Aug. 2, 1885. In 1892 the
family went to live in California. He attended Iowa State
College at Ames, Iowa, from 1904 to 1907, and then studied
law for two years at Stanford University, California. Since
July, 1909, he has been connected with the Title Insurance
and Trust Co., Los Angeles, Cal., of which he is the assist-
ant title officer. He resides in Pasadena, Cal. Mr. Stelle
married May 4, 1910, Adela Macneil. Daughter :
i. EUTH ELIZABETH, b. Jan. 30, 1912.
535. ALICE SUMMERS NYE S (Lucy E. Allen, 5 John A. P.
Allen,* William H. Allen, 3 Sarah 2 Hoivland, Gideon 1 ),
daughter of Obed C. and Lucy E. (Allen) Nye of New
Bedford, was born July 30, 1877. She married June 14,
1902, William Howard Russell, son of William A. and Alice
A. (Burling) Russell, and resides in New Bedford.
i. SYLVIA R., b. July 27, 1903.
SARAH ALLEN'S DESCENDANTS 333
536. DR. HORATIO GUSHING ALLEN G (John C. Allen, 5
John A. P. Allen* William H. Allen, 3 Sarah 2 Rowland,
Gideon 1 ), son of John C. and Lizzie W. (Ricketson) Allen,
was born in New Bedford Sept. 10, 1874. Graduating from
Brown University in 1897 and from Harvard Medical
School in 1901, he has practiced his profession in New Bed-
ford since 1903. Dr. Allen married Sept. 10, 1901, Sylvia
Howland Taber (See No. 462, iii), daughter of Edward S.
and Emily H. (Allen) Taber of New Bedford, a descend-
ant through two lines, of Gideon Howland. Children :
i. EDWARD TABER, b. June 19, 1905.
ii. ELIZABETH EICKETSON, b. June 25, 1907.
iii. HORATIO CUSHING, b. Jan. 29, 1909.
537. HENRY ADAMS BELLOWS S (Isabelle Francis, 5 Averic
P. Allen* William H. Allen, 3 Sarah' 2 Howland, Gideon 1 ),
son of Rev. John A. and Isabelle (Francis) Bellows, was
born in Portland, Me., Sept. 22, 1885. He graduated from
Harvard College in 1906, and for three years thereafter was
an assistant in English at Harvard. He also studied in the
Graduate School, receiving the degree of Ph. D. in 1910.
For the next two years he was assistant professor of rhetoric
in the University of Minnesota. In June, 1912, he became
managing editor of the Bellman, published in Minneapolis,
and in June, 1914, managing editor of the Northwestern
Miller, retaining his position with the Bellman. He is vice-
president of the Bellman Co., and director of the Miller
Publishing Co. He is a major in the Minnesota Home
Guard. Mr. Bellows has written many articles for the New
York Tribune, Boston Transcript and other papers, and is
the author of "A Manual for Local Defense," published
by Macmillan in 1918.
Mr. Bellows married June 12, 1911, Mary Sanger, daugh-
ter of Prof. Charles Robert Sanger of Harvard University
and his wife, Almira Horswell. Children :
i. ELEANOR, b. June 16, 1913.
ii. CHARLES SANGER, b. Oct. 20, 1915.
538. RICHARD STANDISH FRANCIS 6 (William A. Francis, 5
Averic P. Allen* William H. Allen, 3 Sarah 2 Howland,
Gideon 1 ), son of William A. and Mary (Winterbottom)
334 THE HOWLAND HEIRS
Francis, was born July 1, 1879, and married Louise Buffum
Congdon. They reside in Philadelphia. Children :
i. RICHARD STANDISH, b. June 29, 1911.
ii. WILLIAM ALLEN, b. April 20, 1914.
539. HELEN FRANCIS" (William A. Francis? Averic P.
Allen,* William H. Allen, 3 Sarah 2 Rowland, Gideon 1 ),
daughter of William A. and Mary (Winterbottom) Fran-
cis, was born Dec. 25, 1881. She married Dr. Charles
Gardner Child of New York. Children :
i. CHARLES GARDNER, b. Feb. 1, 1908.
ii. BARBARA FRANCIS, b. Jan. 20, 1910.
iii. ESTHER WHEELWRIGHT, b. Dec. 5, 1912.
iv. HELEN, b. April 17, 1916.
540. WILLIAM WINTERBOTTOM FRANCIS 6 (William A.
Francis, 5 Averic P. Allen* William H. Allen, 3 Sarah 2 How-
land, Gideon 1 ), son of William A. and Mary (Winterbot-
tom) Francis, was born July 15, 1883. He married Mar-
jory Wesson, and they reside in New York. Son:
i. DAVID WESSON, b. Aug. 17, 1918.
541. VINCENT FRANCIS (James P. Francis, 6 Averic P.
Allen* William H. Allen, 3 Sarah 2 Rowland, Gideon 1 ), son
of James P. and Louise (Vincent) Francis, was born in
Tarrytown, N. Y., June 16, 1888. He is a public account-
ant in New Bedford. He married Oct. 10, 1911, Alice
Tucker Baker, daughter of Captain George 0. and Mary
Etta (Weeks) Baker of New Bedford. Son:
i. JAMES PARKER, b. Feb. 3, 1913.
542. ARTHUR STANDISH FRANCIS" (James P. Francis, 5
Averic P. Allen,* William H. Allen, 3 Sarah 2 Hoivland,
Gideon 1 ), son of James P. and Louise (Vincent) Francis,
was born in Tarrytown, N. Y., Jan. 13, 1890. He is in the
insurance business in New Bedford. He married June 10,
1914, Martha Sidney France, daughter of Samuel C. and
Carrie A. (Hersey) France of New Bedford. Children:
i. SIDNEY VINCENT, b. Oct. 30, 1915.
ii. ARTHUR STANDISH, b. Aug. 10, 1917.
SARAH ALLEN'S DESCENDANTS 335
543. RUTH BURLEIGH FLYNT S (Harriet C. Hussey, 5
William A. Hussey* Susan Allen, 3 Sarah 2 Rowland,
Gideon^], daughter of Lyman C. and Harriet C. (Hussey)
Flynt of Monson, Mass., was born Sept. 29, 1888. She
married May 18, 1912, John Elbert Marshall of Cincin-
nati. They reside in Barrington, R. I. Son:
i. JOHN ELBERT, b. Feb. 25, 1913.
544. FREDERICK COURTIS RICHMOND" (James H. C. Rich-
mond, 5 Hannah A. Hussey, 4 Susan Allen, 3 Sarah 2 Rowland ,
Gideon 1 ), son of James H. C. and Hannah Katharine
(Courtis) Richmond, was born Nov. 19, 1862 in New Bed-
ford. As a young man, he went west and has lived for many
years at Salt Lake City, Utah, where he is engaged in mer-
cantile affairs. He is president of the F. C. Richmond
Machinery Co., and is also interested in mining. Is presi-
State Protective Committee; also a member of executive
committee of State Council of Defense, and chairman of its
State Protective Committee ; also a member of Executive
Committee of the Liberty Loan for the twelfth federal
reserve district. He married July 16, 1885, Trelore Os-
borne of Shullsburg, Wisconsin, daughter of Solomon Tre-
lore and Harriet Newell (Estabrook) Osborne. Children:
i. FREDERICK COURTIS, b. May 4, 1886; d. July 8, 1908.
ii. LAURA GLADYS, b. May 7, 1888.
iii. MARGUERITE, b. Dec. 4, 1889; m. Dr. Walter Newton
Pugh, April 3, 1915.
545. STACY COURTIS RICHMOND" (James H. C. Rich-
mond, 5 Hannah A. Hussey, 4 Susan Allen, 3 Sarah 2 Hoivland,
Gideon 1 }, son of James H. C. and Hannah Katharine
(Courtis) Richmond, was born Aug. 22, 1867 in New Bed-
ford. He graduated from Harvard College in 1890. Mr.
Richmond has been engaged in banking in New York City,
and is now the active partner in the banking house of Wins-
low, Lanier & Co., of 59 Cedar Street, New York. He is a
director in many railroad and industrial companies, and is
president of the Niagara Falls Power Co. and of its asso-
ciated companies. His residence is at Dongan Hills,
He married April 8, 1897, May Morrill Dunn, daughter
of Major William McKee and May E. (Morrill) Dunn, and
336 THE ROWLAND HEIRS
granddaughter of Lot M. Morrill of Augusta, Maine, who
was twice governor of Maine and for twelve years United
States Senator and later in President Grant's cabinet.
i. STACY COURTIS, b. May 8, 1898. Harvard, 1921. In
the summer of 1918 he was a member of the Harvard
ambulance unit in Italy, and was awarded the Italian
war cross for bravery,
ii. WILLIAM DUNN, b. June 6, 1902.
iii. JOHN PEDRIC, b. Nov. 9, 1905.
546. KATHAKINE COURTIS RICHMOND S (James H. C.
Richmond, 5 Hannah A. Hussey,* Susan Allen, 3 Sarah 2 How-
land, Gideon 1 ), daughter of James H. C. and Hannah
Katharine (Courtis) Richmond, was born Oct. 22, 1869 in
New Bedford. She married March 23, 1898, William L.
Pitcher of Easthampton, Mass. He is vice president and
general manager of the Easthampton Rubber Thread Co.
i. KATHARINE FRANCES, b. Feb. 5, 1901.
ii. EICHMOND, b. Oct. 16, 1905.
547. JAMES HENRY CROCKER RICHMOND, JR." (James H.
C. Richmond, 5 Hannah A. Hussey, 4 Susan Allen,- Sarah 2
Rowland, Gideon?-} , son of James H. C. and Hannah Kath-
arine (Courtis) Richmond, was born in New Bedford, Oct.
22, 1869, and died at Arlington, N. J., Dec. 24, 1911. He
was associated with the Glendale Elastic Fabrics Co. in
their mill at Easthampton, Mass., and later in their New
York office. He married Sept. 1, 1900, Mary Elizabeth
Dennis, daughter of Frank H. and Elizabeth (Weyrich)
Dennis of Arlington, N. J. Children :
i. ELIZABETH COURTIS, b. Nov. 29, 1902.
ii. KATHARINE COURTIS, b. April 22, 1907.
548. CLIFFORD AMBROSE RICHMOND 6 (James H. C. Rich-
mond, 5 Hannah A. Hussey,* Susan Allen, 2 Sarah 2 How-
land, Gideon 1 ), son of James H. C. and Hannah Katharine
(Courtis) Richmond, was born in New Bedford Aug. 31,
1875. He married Dec. 25, 1913, Thekla Henrietta Voll-
rath, daughter of Frederick Vollrath, of Sheboygan, Wis.
SARAH ALLEN'S DESCENDANTS 337
They reside in Easthampton, Mass. He was treasurer of
the Glendale Elastic Fabrics Co. for many years. In 1916
he acquired the control of the George Colton Elastic Fab-
rics Company, and became its executive officer. Son:
i. FREDERICK VOLLRATH, b. Dec. 23, 1915.
549. WILLIAM PENN ROWLAND, JR. B (Anna H. Rich-
mond, 5 Lydia W. Hussey,* Susan Allen, 3 Sarah 2 Howland,
Gideon*), son of William P. and Anna H. (Richmond)
Howland, was born July 21, 1886. He resides in Dallas,
Texas, where he has been connected with the Texas Drug
Co., and is at present in the cotton business. He married
Laura King. Daughter:
i. LAURA JEAN, b. May 6, 1913.
550. RICHMOND WOOD" (Isabellc F. Richmond, 5 Lydia
W. Hussey* Susan Allen, 3 Sarah 2 Hoivland, Gideon*}, son
of George R. and Isabel le F. (Richmond) Wood, was born
in New Bedford July 14, 1889. After attending the Moses
Brown School in Providence for two years he passed about
fourteen months in Ferguson, S. C., Tacoma, Wash., and
Eureka, CaL, to acquire a knowledge of the lumber busi-
ness. He has since been with the lumber firm of Greene &
Wood, New Bedford, as salesman, shipper, and member of
the office force. For five months in 1917 Mr. Wood was a
member of the Naval Reserve Force, enlisting for war ser-
vice, but was obliged to retire, owing to ill-health. He
married June 29, 1918, Julia Russell Smith of New Bed-
ford, daughter of Edward Bradford and Susan Baker
(Castino) Smith, the ceremony being performed at the
Friends Meeting House in New Bedford in accordance with
the impressive custom of the Friends.
551. RUSSELL Wooo 6 (Isabelle F. Richmond, 5 Lydia W.
Hussey, 4 Susan Allen, 3 Sarah 2 Howland, Gideon 1 ), son of
George R. and Isabelle F. (Richmond) Wood, was born in
New Bedford Dec. 17, 1892. Graduating from Harvard
College in 1916, he drove an ambulance on the French front
during the summer of that year. In the fall of 1916 he en-
tered the Harvard Medical School. During the summer of
338 THE ROWLAND HEIRS
1918 he was medical attendant at Camp Idlewild, N. H., a
camp for boys.
552. FRANK HOWLAND KELLEY B (Joseph H. A. Kelley, 5
Ann H. Allen,* Joseph H. Allen, 3 Sarah 2 Howland, Gid-
eon 1 ), son of Joseph H. A. and Isabelle F. (Crawford)
Kelley, was born Aug. 23, 1872. He holds a responsible
position with the Michigan Central Railroad in Detroit. He
married Caroline Ruff, and they have one son.
553. PERCY ALLEN GooDALE 6 (Susan H. A. Kelley? Ann
H. Allen* Joseph H. Allen, 3 Sarah 2 Rowland, Gideon 1 ),
son of Thomas T. and Susan H. A. (Kelley) Goodale, was
born Jan. 15, 1883. He married June 8, 1907, Hope
Leonard, daughter of John Wood and Alice (Ashley)
Leonard of New Bedford. After attending the Massachu-
setts Institute of Technology he engaged in the insurance
business in Boston. Children:
i. EOBKRT LEONARD, b. May 21, 1908.
ii. BENJAMIN ALLEN, b. Dec. 23, 1911.
iii. PERCY ALLEN, b. Nov. 2, 1916.
554. SARAH ELIZABETH KELLEY S (Charles S. Kelley, 5
Ann H. Allen* Joseph H. Allen, 3 Sarah 2 Howland, Gid-
eon 1 }, daughter of Charles S. and Sarah (Anthony) Kelley,
was born in New Bedford Jan. 5, 1873. She married June
19, 1895, Mayhew Robinson Hitch, son of James C. and
Louise A. (Robinson) Hitch, a leading lawyer of New Bed-
ford. Children :
i. MAYHEW ROBINSON, b. Jan. 3, 1901.
ii. SARAH, b. Feb. 12, 1905.
555. CAROLINE SWAIN KELLEY S (Charles 8. Kelley, 5 Ann
H. Allen* Joseph H. Allen, 3 Sarah 2 Howland, Gideon 1 ),
daughter of Charles S. and Sarah (Anthony) Kelley, was
born in New Bedford May 28, 1876. She married Nov. 29,
1898, Charles Gardner Akin, son of Francis T. and Mary H.
(Macomber) Akin, of the Akin-Denison Co., New Bedford,
dealers in coal and paints. Children :
i. CHARLES GARDNER, b. Aug. 5, 1900.
ii. CAROLYN, b. Oct. 4, 1901.
SARAH ALLEN'S DESCENDANTS 339
556. CHARLES SAMPSON KELLEY, JR." (Charles S. Kel-
ley, 5 Ann H. Allen* Joseph H. Allen, 3 Sarah 2 Rowland,
Gideon' 1 }, son of Charles S. and Sarah (Anthony) Kelley,
was born in New Bedford Dec. 19, 1879. He graduated
from Harvard University in 1901 and has since been con-
nected with the firm of Sanford & Kelley, bankers and
brokers, New Bedford. He married (1) Jan. 4, 1911, Lora
Standish Knowles, daughter of Joseph Frank and Angeline
W. (Bourne) Knowles, born June 4, 1887, died March 21,
1915; (2) Nov. 14, 1917, Mary Tobey Hicks, daughter of
Herbert E. and Clara E. (Allen) Hicks of New Bedford.
By first marriage:
i. CHARLES SAMPSON, b. June 29, 1912.
By second marriage:
ii. BARBARA HICKS, b. Sept. 17, 1918.
557. WILLIAM DUDLEY ConoN 6 (Elizabeth E. Kehew, 5
Sarah H. Allen* Joseph H. Allen, 3 Sarah 2 Rowland,
Gideon 1 ], son of William D. and Sarah E. (Kehew) Cotton,
was born in Boston, Nov. 1, 1875. He graduated at Harvard
College in 1897 and from Harvard Law School in 1900 and
is a lawyer in Boston. He married June 10, 1911, Hester
Sherman, daughter of Elmer E. and Helen Steele (Babbitt)
Sherman. Children :
i. WILLIAM DUDLEY, b. June 20, 1912.
ii. SHERMAN PAGE, b. May 12, 1914.
558. JOHN PAGE CoTTON 6 (Elizabeth E. Kehew,* Sarah
H. Allen* Joseph H. Allen, 3 Sarah 2 Rowland, Gideon^,
son of William D. and Sarah E. (Kehew) Cotton, was born
in Boston, Dec. 26, 1876. He graduated at Harvard College
in 1899, and is a lawyer in Boston. He married in England,